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[• ' ■ ■ " ivi.; I If I THE TILTON MEMORIAL LIBRARY THE TXJLANE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA TULANE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA NEW ORLEANS JAMBALYA HARLAN SCHMIDT EDITOR-IN-CHIEF BILL NUSSBAUM BUSINESS MANAGER i » J t r V r R 1 « t- 1) 1 • » u ■» t A. H y .0,0, M I I ) M 4(J I i i t i I J ,5,u, n 1 I ! 1 I liO. s i ! M n ,70, I M J I { ' CON-r lTS X«»( »««iSi((jfct 1. INTRODUCTION 2. FEATURES 3. ORGANIZATIONS 4. ATHLETICS 5. SCHOLARSHIP 6. GREEKS 7. ADMINISTRATION 8. CLASSES OLIVE, GREEN AND BLUE, WE LOVE From the majestic statellness of Gibson Hall, looking serenely upon the yearlong green of Audubon Park, to the Sugar Bowl, echoing, even when empty, the Hullabaloos of thirty football seasons; from Newcomb Hall, matriarch to one thousand girls, to the University Center, sleek symbol of the unity of seven thousand students; along oak-lined walks and drives, past ivy- covered halls and modern dorms, stretches our University. Tulane University is first of all an educational institution, but it has become also a spirit; the spirit that fills a rooting section even through the most dismal of seasons, the spirit that sings in fight songs, fraternity songs, or in the shouting buzz of conversation in dorms or In the UC, the spirit that links each Tulane student to the thousands who have trod the same paths as he, and the thousands more who will follow him. . . . THEE J _ OUR YEAR 1962 DEDICATION DR. HERBERT EUGENE LONGENECKER We proudly dedicate this 67th volume of the JAMBALAYA to Dr. Herbert Eugene Longenecker, a scholar and administrator who has found his life work in the service of education. The President of Tulane University, he is a high example of devoted, able, upright, and self-effacing leadership. . ' 1%. ' vj ' rNTRODUCTiON From farms they come, from fields golden with corn, from steel-grey cities and crowded suburbs, across rivers and oceans, by car. by plane, by train, by boat, to heed the siren call of Tulane University. The student who comes to Tulane enters a world unique and totally different from any other, hie enters a city that has long been recognized as the United States ' most interesting city, a metropolis that combines centuries of Spanish, French and American heritages to produce an atmos- phere unequaled in America. And he en- ters a university that combines the finest In education with an extensive extracur- ricular scope; he walks on a campus that Is at once vitally American yet undeniably international, that offers all the necessities of life to both the stoic student and the epicurean collegian. 12 WE PRAISE THEE FOR THY PAST, O ALMA MATER! THY HAND HATH DONE ITS WORK FULL FAITHFULLY. THE INCENSE OF THY SPIRIT HATH ASCENDED AND FILLED AMERICA FROM SEA TO SEA. .Oi l i » , 3 ,y- .V«,- - «r ' -M V X t-r " - :i ; f 1 : ? , •■v:- ' ' « - OLIVE GREEN AND BLUE, WE LOVE THEE PLEDGE WE NOW OUR FEALTY TRUE, 17 »f ' ■ .v . - «?s « • il. ' • B ■; ■JLJlj im ( I hLi ' WHERE THE TREES ARE EVER GREENEST, WHERE THE SKIES ARE PUREST BLUE. w HEAR US NOW, O TULANE, HEAR US AS WE PROUDLY SING TO THEE! m •■■■■-; %■ K -.jj i 1 1 1] La iss ife.,,. ' ' - TAKE FROM US OUR HEART ' S DEVOTION THINE WE ARE, AND THINE SHALL BE! ' ■ ' ■ f - . wm ' . ' Ms k% " ■■-iV " . ' ¥ 4 . B - ' .c . •■ ■ -to ' I. v: % ■ " • « .♦ " . " ! V • f ' iL- ' Z . f.Ui i mi Hi ' 0 rflff?! WA %ff WW J ■- n 11 ■ - " iwi % 91 M FEATURES The glories and beauties of Tulane are forever evident around campus, whether they be In the sparkle of a Miss Pauline Tulane or the spontaneous excitement of a Homecoming rally. The spirit of Tulane University resounds from September to June. It walks the cam- pus with the biythe and winsome Southern beauties of Newcomb, it fills the Sugar Bowl with cheering students at hlomecom- ing in November, it parades, dances, and just has fun during the Mardi Gras Week- e nd at the beginning of March, and it un- leashes itself in a splash of student inven- tion when talented Tulanians present Cam- pus Nite at March ' s end. 26 H.I yyilss f aidllnc J uU ane MISS KATHLEEN RYAN AT MANHEIM ' S ANTIQUE SHOP r ' .v r H ] i •T v MISS ANN WILLIAMS AT THE ROYAL ORLEANS I m ' m ■:, " n isnr ' f BBPyi » 4 n IP " -: -la ■ -- iy ii rw ' i f ' MISS SUZANNE MANATT AT THE 1450 PONTALBA BALCONY ' •K . r. » ' ji ?H S — vj(. Iiii I ' - - .;r ,15 h ' X .» --«. ' MISS PATTI GAGE FISHBURNE AT THE NAPOLEON ROOM J -1 1 ., . iifMrJ ' f ' l t I MISS CAROL COOPER AT JACKSON SQUARE 2 c 1 litiU , 14. MISS MARILYN COHEN AT THE BRULATOUR COURT ii SUSAN TEMPLETON BARBARA FROST t . V i« rz. 4- " PATTI FISHBURNE ANN MARIE MAJOUE KATHLEEN RYAN JAMBALAYA BEAUTY CONTEST SUZANNE MANATT ANN WILLIAMS CATHY DONOVAN V5 .. " KATHY SANGSTER MARILYN COHEN DIANNE POTIN SHERRY BROWN PEGGY HANEMANN PAT FIRMIN CAROL COOPER PAN-HELLENIC FORMAL The 1962 Panhellenic Formal, featuring Cookie and the Cupcakes, twisted its way through a c rowded and hectic evening at the International Room in the Roosevelt hlotel. The -festive Greeks gathered en masse to savor the pleasures ushered in by the Pan-h)el council, the Roosevelt, and the delighted liquor stores. hfighlighting the evening was the presentation of the JAMBALAYA Beauty Court, Miss Pauline Tulane and her attendant beauties, escorted by members of the JAMBA- LAYA staff. Emcee Marty Davidson announced the beauties and escorts: Miss Marilyn Cohen, escorted by Danny Schwartz; Miss Carol Cooper, escorted by Buddy Rosen: Miss Pattl Flsh- burne, escorted by Johnny Graves; Miss Suzanne Manatt, es- corted by Doug Conners; Maid of hlonor. Miss Ann Williams, escorted by Bill Nussbaum; and Miss Pauline Tulane, Miss Kathy Ryan, escorted by hiarlan Schmidt. Twisting in Tux ' s to Cookie and the Cupcakes Well-Wishers Surround Queen Kathy The 1962 Pan-Hell Formal Underway HOMECOMING QUEEN cne s JSfr- ' Jana was presented during the half-time torrential rains. HOMECOMING To many of the professors, Homecoming is just another Saturday for homework, exams, and pop quizzes, but to everyone else it is a day long awaited and well planned for. Mucn of the fraternity, sorority, and dormitory decorations have been under construction since the first of the year; a Homecoming Queen and her Court have been selected; and a battery of parties for both students and alunnni has been planned. The 1961 Homecoming Queen, Miss Jane Cheney, and her Court, Miss Sally Bisso, Miss Marilyn Cohen, Miss Pat Firmin, Miss Barbara Frost, Miss Milcki Pellettieri, and Miss Virginia Wells, Maid of Honor, were presented at the Alumni Dance Friday night. On Saturday the campus was filled with returning alumni. colorful decorations, and the Law School Seniors celebrating their annual Derby Day. Everyone was cooperating one hundred percent except the weatherman, who presented us with the first dreary, cloudy day of the semester. There was a slight drizzle throughout most of the first half of the game, but when the Queen, her Court, and their escorts were on the field the sky opened to make up for the thirty-odd days of sunshine. It was all taken in stride, though, and the Queen and her Court looked extremely regal that night at the Homecoming Dance which climaxed the Homecoming fes- tivities. The rain and resounding defeat left few cheerful faces in the stands. The barristers welcome the team. The Homecoming Court presented at the Alumni Dance. ORGANIZATIONS When the Green Wave athletic teanns are faced with crucial contests and the rooting section seems overcome by apathy, the spirit groups reawaken them, and lead Tulane to further victories. A body of organizations on. campus en- ables the Tulane or Newcomb student to release his or her energies in the prodding of school spirit, to demonstrate dramatic or musical talent, or to prepare for war. The glorious name of Tulane is one thous- andfold reinforced by the students who lead cheers, blow horns, or carry rifles, for they help create, out of silence, a roaring victorious din. 48 1 « i.l , i Eii r r 1 1 1 1 f 1 fl i f 1 1 1 fc,ic;,„. , jfl 1 Httm i 1 1 1 . . ytr 11 ■ir |1 [ 1 1 " 1 H ; PP BtMn --i - 1 M i CHEERLEADERS As thousands of students shouted and roared through another football season and cheered the Wave basketballers to victory, a group of eight bubbly boys and girls was supervising and inspiring their spirit. These cheerleaders, led by Jerry Bur- ford and Jim David, infused excitement into count- less Tulane rooters wtih a set of vastly original cheers and incomparable routines. The enthusiastic eight, including also Colleen Spence, Becky HHoff- man, Karol Ann Kuersteiner, Jimmy Long, J. C. Stone, and Jim Hendricks, were also responsible for bonfires, pre-game rallies, and the notorious early- morning team sendoffs. During the football season, the group also traveled to Palo Alto, Mobile, Clem- son, and Baton Rouge in vain attempts to spark the team to victory. Not satisfied with the limits of their roles, the effusive eight are also members of Tusk or Greenbackers, devoting all their time and energy to the arousing of spirit. TUSK Believe it or not, TUSK (the name, anyway) actually means something! Yes, sports fans, the name is not merely symbolic of the elephantine spirit of the University. It comes from the epithe-| Tulane University Spirit Club. Wait. That can ' t be right. Oh yes, It ' s Tulane University Spirit Klub. That ' s better. Anyway, it ' s an honorary spirit group composed of members of fraternities and sororities on campus, and even some independents! Obvious- ly, the klub ' s purpose is the arousing of school spirit. This year, one of reorganization for the klub, was spent mostly planning next year ' s work. Tune in next year to see what happens. They did, however, spon- sor some pep rallies and bonfires, and sent tele- grams to the football team for away games. — but Webster ' s says it ' s C-l-u-b. OFFICERS BILL LEE BEN SANDERS CAMILLE WEBB VIRGINIA BEARD TOM HESS President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer 52 OFFICERS DELPH GUSTITUS President NELSON BECKER Vice-President JERRY BURFORD Secretary GUS WENZEL Treasurer The oldest spirit organization on the Tulane cam- pus, Greenbackers boasts a membership that in- cludes the most spirited people on campus, students chosen from among the masses on an honorary basis, and for their interest In school spirit and their will- ingness to dedicate themselves to their cause. Rep- resentatives of every Tulane fraternity and sorority are among the members, as well as several independ- ents. The overwhelming success of the student card section at the home football games is due to the sparkling originality and vitality of the Greenback- ers, who are sure that the innovation will quickly become an integral part of Tulane ' s spirit devices. The group was also responsible for several pep rallies, the distribution of spirit posters before home games, and the decoration of the goal posts. As always, Greenbackers distributed plaques among the senior basketballers at the season ' s end. The success of the varsity squads and the undaunted Tulane spirit are fitting testimony to the work of the Greenbackers. H GREENBACKERS 53 Alpha Phi Omega is a national service frafernity composed of former scou+s. The fraternity ' s purpose is to assemble college men in the fellowship of the scout oath and law, to develop friendship and to serve the school, community, and nation. Orientation tours for Freshman, aiding with the party for children of Tulane students and faculty at Christmas, decoration of the Campus Christmas Tree, and coordination of Campus Carnival in the spring are among the many activities of Alpha Phi Omega. ALPHA PHI OMEGA OFFICERS JOHN AKIN President CHARLES GOODWIN . . . First Vice-President TOM SALE Second Vice-President ROBERT ZEIGER Secretary WALTER LITTLE Treasurer CIRCLE K OFFICERS JAMES LEVEQUE President FRANKLIN ABELMAN Secretary CHARLES SNYDER Treasurer The son of Kiwanis Club, Circle K is a service organization for college men. The club performs any duties deemed desirable by school authorities, including the publi- cation of the pocket directory of dorm residents. Members are also interested in raising money; however, proceeds go into campus service funds. The club also sponsors social events of various kinds throughout the year, binding the students in an inexpressible fellowship and mutual desire to serve. Circle K members sum up their spirit to serve, be it campus or community, with the motto of the parent Kiwanis organization: We Build. 54 The Tulane Spirit Council is the guardian of the spirit of all Tulane and Newcomb students. Composed of the presidents of all the campus ' spirit groups, the organization seeks to keep all students aroused at all times. Its members include Delph Gustitus of Greenbackers; Tom Harman, Tusk: Lynn Haddock, Lagniappes; Herman Rotsch, Pep Band; and Jim David, Cheerleaders. Every pep rally — the bonfires, the sendoffs, the rally dances — were created out of the organization ' s desire to keep students aroused. Their success speaks for the organization. TULANE SPIRIT COUNCIL YOUNG BRUNOLOGISTS Probably the most active of all the campus spirit groups is the Young Brunologist Society, for they probably come into more contact with spirits than any one else at Tulane. The lively group has no required meetings, and although no attendance is taken, they usually meet on Friday afternoons for a laboratory section at Bruno ' s. The membership includes many of the important names on campus, but, unlike the other spirit groups, there is no limit on the number of nominees from each fraternity or so- rority, and the group is completely open to independents. There can be no question that on Friday evenings the Young Brunologists are the happiest Tulanians. 55 MUSIC AND DRAMA TULANE UNIVERSITY BAND OFFICERS JOHN J. MORRISSEY Director TED DEMUTH Assistant Director HERMAN ROTSCH President and Librarian LESTER REESE First Vice-President VIRGINIA BEARD Second Vice-President Drawing its members from all colleges of the University, the Tulane University Band, under its renowned director- composer, John J. Morrissey. Is considered by some to be one of the South ' s outstanding concert bands. The Band entertains the student body and the New Orleans citizenry at several appearances during the year. Notable perform- ances were the Christmas Concert in December, the Spring Concert in May, and the rousing displays of musical mastery at the home football games. Warmly received was their rendition of " Hold That Tiger " at the LSU game in Baton Rouge. The main function of the University Band is to give the members the opportunity to participate in a hig hly enjoyable musical experience. Members were not available for comment. PEP BAND OFFICERS HAPPY HERMAN ROTSCH Director CHARLES GRAVES Assistant Director ROGER WAGGONER Manager KENNETH BEEN Public Relations Bright green-striped blazers and bright, green-striped music are the familiar trademarks of the Tulane Pep Band, as anyone who ever attended a home basketball game will testify. Another of the spirit groups on campus, the Band is composed of fifteen voluntary members of the Varsity Band, and generates a constant flow of enthusiasm and humor at all spirit rallies, basketball games, the freshman and intersquad football games and other campus events. This year ' s band will be especially remembered for their rendition of " Three Blind Mice " at the Mississippi State basketball game. iiimin HI infr -rniiiiiiiiippMiipp|l|ip| A CAPELLA CHOIR OFFICERS ALAN CONE President RICHARD SANCHEZ Vice-President DONNA WHITE Secretary-Treasurer A trip to Mexico provided the year ' s highlight for the sixty thrushes who comprise the A Capella Choir and their direc- tor, Professor John Kuypers. The songbirds, under the auspices of the Institute Tecnologico de Monterrey and the Institute Mexicano Norteamericano Relaciones Culturales, traveled through south Texas, stopping occasionally to sing, on a twelve-day journey that culminated in a three-day stay in Monterey, Mexico, highlighted by a television performance and a bullfight. The canaries tweeted through the usual campus concert season, too, with a concert for the TU Alumni at Homecom- ing, a Christmas Concert at McAlister Auditorium, the April Spring Concert, and Newcomb Memorial Day Services. The music school faculty and various high schools also enjoyed the lush intonations of the group, which finished up the season with performances at Baccalaureate and Commence- ment, as well as a rendition of Brahms ' " Requiem " in concert with the New Orleans Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Kuypers, choir director, receives congratulations for the choir ' s excellent performance. TULANE UNIVERSITY THEATRE In November, 1961, the Tulane University Theatre (TUT) celebrated the Silver Anniversary of its founding by Dr. Monroe Lippman, head of the Department of Theatre and Speech. The regular theatre season includes four major productions under the direction of faculty members, and three studio productions under the direction of graduate students in partial fulfillment of the M.F.A. requirements in Theatre. Try-outs for any phase of the productions, cast or crew, are open to all members of the student body, faculty and staff. The plays are produced in two Intimate, air-conditioned theatres — a proscenium theatre and an arena theatre. In addition to participating in the productions, students also aid in the organlration and supervision of the theatre ' s social activities such as the annual awards banquet where outstanding students receive recognition for their superior contributions to various phases of drama. Upon completion of the Sophomore year and the requirements for member- ship, a student may be elected to Tulane ' s chapter of Pi Epsilon Delta, an honorary dramatic fraternity. Ed Seagrave, David Mays. Justine Bernard, Dave Haller, Tom Marcus, Prol. Dan W. Mullin The National Collegiate Players Is a national honorary fraternity created to foster educational theater throughout the country by officially recognizing and encouraging out- standing individuals in university theater. Following highest national standards, the Tulane Chapter has striven to elect to membership only those individuals whose contributions to Tulane theater have been continually distinguished in excellence. With this membership is bestowed national honor. OFFICERS ED SEAGRAVE President DAVID MAYS Secretary PROF. DAN W. MULLIN Advisor NATIONAL COLLEGIATE PLAYERS 61 " When We ' re Together " I ' ve been working on this problem philosophically . . , " " Phillip, you mustn ' t kiss me. What would the Ambassadors think? " " To the great liberal philosopher, Generalissimo Franco. " CAMPUS NITE Campus Nite for 1962 was a combination farce-musical comedy entitled " No Love Lost, " and was presented at New- comb ' s Dixon Hall for a three-day run from March 22 through the 24th. The production, produced, directed by, written by, and acted by students, satirized foreign aid and sex, and pro- vided an entertaining evening for three nights worth of spec- tators. The plot concerned an almost-manless island " somewhere off Europe " named Chunguria, populated by 300 women and three men, who took turns as diplomats. Marty Boor- stein played Prince Philip, the leading man. Sapho, queen of the Chungurians, was played by Jackie Cohen. Lady hHelen hiardy and Liz Caldwell were outstanding among the rest of the cast. The score and lyrics were pleasant, if not always thoroughly original. The book was written by Marty Boorstein and Russ Herman, who also contributed music and lyrics. Betsy Roosa, a freshman, was director. A helping hand was lent by Adviser Einar Pedersen, who composed the lyrics of nine of the songs. " We hate men! " " Mdxine. please don ' t — I ' ve never dene dny + ning nke this bet ' ore. What kind of a guy do you think I ann? " " Hello, there! I ' m Deus ex machinal " ' 1: MILITARY 64 i Oi I 1 LIEUTENANT COLONEL JOHN W. FUEG. USA Professor of Military Science John W. Fueg, Lt. Colonel of the Transportation Corps, US Army, assumed the position of Professor of Military Science at Tulane University on I June 1959. Lt. Col. Fueg had just returned from Korea where he had been in charge of the United States Military Assistance Inspection Program. hHe has served terms of duty in Germany, Maska, England, and Washington, D.C. Lt. Col. Fueg, who was born in Wheeling, West Virginia, was an ROTC graduate of the University of West Virginia, Asst. PMS of Linsly Military Institute, Wheeling, West Vir- ginia, graduate of the Command and General Staff College in Ft. Leavenworth, Kans., the Naval War College in New- port, R.I., and an instructor in the US Army Transportation School, Fort Eustis, Va. LIEUTENANT COLONEL JOHN B. O ' ROURKE. USAF Professor of Air Science 65 CAPTAIN RICHARD VICTOR GREGORY. USN Professor of Naval Science Captain Richard Victor Gregory was born on 16 March 1910. He attended public schools in Dinwiddle, Virginia, and entered the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, on 28 June 1928. Graduated and commissioned Ensign on 2 June 1932, he subsequently advanced to the rank of Captain, to date from I January 1951. Captain Gregory has had sea duty in the old battleships USS Pennsylvania and USS New Mexico, and on the sub- marines USS Argonaut, USS Blakely, and on the USS Tarpon. He was commended for " meritorious service " as Command- ing Officer of the USS Sargo during her Fifth War Patrol in the South China Sea, during February and March of 1942. In June 1958, Captain Gregory was ordered to the NROTC Unit, Tulane University, for duty as commanding officer of Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Unit, and Professor of Naval Science. Lt. Col. John B. O ' Rourke. Jr., Professor of Air Science, came to Tulane University from the Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, where he was Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel HO Air Force ROTC. Col. O ' Rourke is a graduate of the Lamont School ot Music, of Denver University. He was commlsssioned from Air Corps Officer Candidate School. Miami Beach, early in World War II. , , . During World War II he was Executive OtTicer of the 506th Fighter Bomber Squadron. Col. O ' Rourke commanded the Radar Stations in the Japan Sea surrounding Korea. Prior to assignment to Air University, Col. O ' Rourke graduated from Air Command and Staff College. MILITARY COMMANDERS Inspection finds cadets rigidly at attention. ARMY R. O. T. C Tulane University possesses one of only two Army ROTC units in the country devoted solely to the training of future Transportation Corps officers for our nation ' s army. Army cadets at Tulane this year were given classroom instruction in Army concepts, military history, teaching methods, marksmanship, operations, and extensive training in the numerous aspects of the Transportation Corps. The seniors returned from a rigorous six-week summer camp with the practical training to complement their classroom work. Army ' s activities, however, were by no means confined to formal instruction: the entire Battle Group drilled twice weekly; the rifle team co-sponsored the annual Mardi Gras Rifle Match, which attracted national interest: Company K-6 of the National Society of Pershing Rifles, a military fraternity, earned distinction through its appearance and victories in drill meets throughout the South: the Association of the United States Army and the National Defense Trans- portation Association provided methods for cadets to find out more about the Army, the TC, and their role in both: the Fall Banquet and the Military Ball were scenes of gracious social gathering: and numerous trophies attest to the skill of Army teams in intramural athletics. The Army cadre and cadets are especially proud of their role in giving Tulane another first-place position: our uni- versity, with 40% of her eligible males enrolled in some ROTC program, ranks first among private colleges which have all three serve ROTC ' s on a voluntary basis. This new position is due largely to the greatly expanded enrollment in Army ROTC at Tulane this year. 66 The Drill Team, Color Guard, and Drum and Bugle Corps In review. The weekly march to the Army drill Teld. Honorary Cadet Colonel Jane Cheney is presented at the Army Ball 67 P W i A i i - If Naval Battalion passes in review. NAVY R. O. T. C. An integral part of Tulane ' s educational facility, The Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps unites the military and the scholastic in a bond guaranteed to yield Naval Officers of the highest quality and capability. Stressing leadership, mili- tary aptitude, and academic proficiency the unit abounds in the ESPIRIT DE CORPS so evident in every aspect of U.S. Naval activity. The prospective midshipman may look forward to four years of top classroom training, well supple- mented by an intensive, marine-conducted drill program; plus, from one to nine interesting and highly instructive summer cruises. A brief look at the future reveals the dawning age of Nuclear Seapower; an age offering the midshipman of the present expansive career opportunities entailing new and interesting concepts of Naval procedure and technique. The N.R.O.T.C. officer preparatory course is designed to meet NAVY R. O. T. C The march from Navy Freld to HO. future needs by moulding the men of today; and upon the receipt of his commission as Ensign in the U. S. Navy, the midshipman may truly and with the utmost confidence say, " I have met the Navy ' s requirements. I am prepared to serve. " Midshipmen Battalion Staff in review. The Fall " Welcome Aboard " Dance held at the Officer ' s Club. J. 69 Midshipman First Class Glonn C. House receives hij lost payroll check discovered and returned by Rock Hudson. w AIR FORCE R. O. T. C Snappy salutes are given by cadets. The Training of future officers for leadership positions with the United States Air Force in the Space Age Is the purpose for which Detachment 320 exists. To accomplish this objective, a program of combined academic and mili- tary preparation is offered. The Basic Course during the freshman and sophomore years consists mainly of achieving drill proficiency and de- veloping leadership potential. At the same time, introductory courses concerning the history of the USAF, career fields, and the principles of warfare are taken. Orientation flights in military aircraft and visits to Air Force bases provide the basic cadets with opportunities to view the Air Force in being. The Advanced Course, composed of academically and The Air Force Cadet Group. iiM! !i]Diyi Mi.y ' d-i Air Force Cadet Officers review the Cadet Group. " B " Flight on parade. physically qualified cadets, provides for more intense academic instruction and the opportunity of exercising com- mand positions on the Drill Field and within the Detachment itself. Summer training camp at an Air Base provides for an actual taste of military life, and the Flight Instruction Program enables the cadets in the pilot category to obtain their pri- vate flying licenses. Despite the fact. that AFROTC graduates have to serve a minimum of four years of active duty, enthusiastic interest in the Air Science program is well illustrated by the record enrollment of cadets during the present year. Their willing- ness to serve their country will help insure that competent leadership will continue to be available to America as she ventures towards the stars. E " Flight preparing for review. The " Hollcats. ' mum li E Company, 8fh Regiment, is one of the 160 companies which form the National Society of Scabbard and Blade, an honorary military society. On the Tulane Campus, the society is composed of elected Army, Air Force, and Navy R.O.T.C. cadets who become eligible for membership by exhibiting outstanding military bearing in their re- spective units and by maintaining a satisfactory over-all scholastic average. The purpose of the Society is to unite in closer relationship the military departments on the Tulane campus, to preserve and develop the essential qualities of good and efficient military officers, and to prepare cadets to take a more active part in the military affairs of their communities. Above all. Scabbard and Blade attempts to pre- sent intelligent information concerning the military requirements of our country. But that is difficult. SCABBARD AND BLADE OFFICERS WARREN F. TAYLOR President ROBERT N. ENDEBROCK .... Vice-President WILFRED E. LENDER Treasurer JOEL B. PIASSICK Secretary ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY OFFICERS LARRY T. BROOKS . STERLING R. CRUGER WARREN F. TAYLOR . GLENN R. MANNING JACK O. TERRY . . . JERVIS O. BURNS . . . Squadron Commander . I . Executive Officer . . . Operations Officer . Administrations Officer , . . Information Officer Comptroller The Arnold Air Society is an organization of basic and advanced AFROTC Cadets. Members are selected on a basis of personal merit and, upon completion of the pledge requirements, become active members. There are, however, three other classes of membership, namely: Alumni, hHonorary, and Associate. The mission of the AAS is to advance air and space age citizenship, support air- power in its role in National security, further the purpose, traditions, and concept of the U.S. Air Force, create a closer and more efficient relationship within the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, and to aid in the development of Air Force Officers. This year ' s Outstanding Alumni Award went to F. Gary Powers, V2 pilot. 72 " Dufck It ' ll bo $1.75 each. " f II ' IV. ATHLETICS The glory and reputation of Tulane are compounded by the segment of the stu- dent body which participates in athletics, leading uncountable Green Wave units to an endless string of victories. When fhe red of autumn pervades New Orleans summer, and the masses of Tulane flood its Ivied walls, the giants of Tulane, the football team, shout Green Wave for all to hear, spreading the name of our Uni- versity across land and river. With the winter comes basketball, but the heat of victory thaws the Icy cold. Spring means baseball, golf, and especially tennis, and then the summer sun smiles softly on an- other glorious Tulane year. 76 u. Belying pre-season opinions that tabbed them as a threat to the established leaders of the South Eastern Conference, the men from Tulane looked a bright shade of green, perhaps from a difficult plane ride, as they were ambushed by a long-obscure tribe of California Indians, the Stanfordites of Palo Alto. Seemingly dazed by the sunny California day, the Wave was little more than a drip through their first sixty minutes of 1961 football, scoring only once, as the result of a Stanford fumble on their own one-yard line. Two plays later, Lenny Stein bulled into the end zone, but a 47-yard Stanford pass-play in the fourth quarter wrested victory from the Tulanians ' green hands and gave a 9-7 win to the fifth- best team in the west ' s Big Five conference. I " am.1. IPT-f GREEN WAVE SPLASHES TO TWO-VICTORY SEASON The following week, a tide drowned the Wave, as the Greenies invaded Mobile to do battle with the Alabama eleven that emerged from 1961 undefeated, untied, SEC champion, and the best team in the country. Tulane was not, surprisingly enough, bathed in crimson. Though the Greenie could not score, a cold Alabama team could only muster one touchdown and a field goal for a 9-0 win. Despite the inauspicious beginning, Tulane ' s men were still not dispirited, for their third game was to be played in the friendly Sugar Bowl. Although locked in the Gators ' jaws, and without a first down until the fourth quarter, chance, a stiff defense and a field goal by Soph End Connell gave the Greenies a 3-0 halftime advantage. But the Gators re- fused to remain submerged, and slowly rose from their green bathtub for two late touchdowns and a 14-3 victory. After three games, the Wave seemed to be evaporating towards an un+ied season, without a win. But, as luck would have it, the Gobblers of Virginia Tech turned turkey, and an excited Greenie unit made cranberry sauce out of them, 27-14. Leading the Wave ' s victory were Ted Miller, Gordon Rush and Donnie Cotton. Miller ran for one TD and passed to Billy Ary for another. Cotton scored on a five-yard scamper through the Gobbler line. Rush tallied on a one-yard drive, and was the Wave ' s lead- ing ground-gainer. But it was kicker Chuck Connell, with 7 points in four games, who emerged from the din of a victory as the season ' s leading scorer. It was an injury-riddled Wave, minus the services of Quarterback Burgieres, Halfback Oeschner. and Fullbaclc Stein, that seeped into the field at Jackson, Mississippi, to combat the Rebels of Ole Miss. End Lasseigne, Center Schoonmaker, and Tackle Freeman were numbered among the casualties during the game, so only five starters were intact when the dust of battle had cleared. Unlike the contest that was being fought around Jackson a century ago. this time the Rebels not only won, but annihilated their enemy. 41-0. A pass from Quarterback Ronnie Melton to Tommy Emerson. completed on the Ole Miss I -yard line, was the closest thing to a TD that the dried-up Wave could muster. Connell was still high scorer. Not believing the rave notices gained by Georgia Tech prior to its invasion of the otherwise-pleasant Tulane Home- coming, the Wave chose to aid the Yellow Jackets. Dropped punts, blocked punts and fumbles helped the Wrecks ramble to five touchdowns and a 35-0 route of the Greenies in the wettest game of the season. After the tireless effort of spirit groups and decorators to incite a Wave victory, the game was rather anti-climactic, and better forgotten. Connell was still high scorer, although his 7 points did not appear to be challenging any all-time records. The Greenies played the role of Tiger-tamer the following week, but the Clemson, South Carolina, breed proved to be Wave-eating, as they gobbled up our hapless eleven, 21-6. Another feline, habitat Baton Rouge, was reported to be S -». vvyv — =r bn 1 F F " • 1 mi F K •J vn y p Vf; -Ai-N -i i " Cliecit out on that Florida cheerleader! " Crisp blocking and effective interference won this ganne for Tulane- " Aw, anyone misses a taclcle now and then. " Tulano ' s candtddto for All-Amorican. expecting a good Thanltsgiving dinner after viewing the results of this circus. A spectacular 67-yard run by Tomnny Emerson supplied the only Green Wave score of the after- noon, and placed him in a five-way tie for second place (with 6 points) as the season ' s leading scorer. Connell held on grimly to first place with 7. The Wave got swallowed up by a Hurricane at the Sugar Bowl the following week, helped along by a questionable call by a referee on what looked to Tulane observers like an incomplete passs. Ruled a fumble, the error set up the lone Miami score in a 6-0 game. Connell wasn ' t even give an opportunity to extend his scoring lead. The Greenie wowed his followers at Tulane Stadium the next week with his second win of the season, a spine-tingler at 17-14, won at Vanderbilt ' s expense in the last 50 seconds of play. Tommy Camp scored the first TD (Connell adding the extra point), after a Domingue pass to Dellinger set the Wave into scoring position. With a minute to go, and the Greenies down 14-7, Larry Mclntire burst loose for 53 yards to the Vandy I I . Domingue then hit Dellinger in the end zone for 6 and Mclntire for the two-point play, and the Com- modores had been floated off on a Wave of green. To add insult to injury, Gus Gonzales trapped a Vandy back in the end zone after a bad pass from center for a safety and two more points. Connell prepped for the season finale with 8 points, and a bulge of two over his closest competitors. MM} Whaf did the coach say to do if the taclcler was blocked out? If at first you don ' t succeed The Greenies closed their season by playing the role of Tiger meat for the second time in four weeks. A battle was foreseen between LSU high scorer Wendell hiarris and Tulane ' s Chuck Connell, but the contest was hardly close. Although Connell, with no points, clung to his Tulane scoring sadership with 8 points for the season, hiarris scored three touchdov ;icked five conversions, and ran for a two-point try, total 25, for 96 points and an LSU record. The scream- ing Tiger fans welcomed the Green Wave offense, a com- bination of fumbles, lost yardage and intercepted passes. The final tally was 62-0, a score that was hauntingly familiar to close followers cf the Tulane-LSU rivalry. As the season concluded, Tulane boasted no all-Americans, no all-conference players, and a new coach. Maybe tomorrow . . . 82 A feeling of anxious anticipation has crept into the minds of many Tulanians as they await the unveiling of new head football coach, Tommy O ' Boyle ' s " New Look " fighting Wave eleven early next September. O ' Boyle, appointed to the head position after the resigna- tion of Andy Pilney last season, takes over the reins facing one of the toughest schedules in collegiate football. Filled with optimistic energy. Coach O Boyle has begun work not only to boost the morale of squad members during spring practice, but also to breathe life into the very backbone of any team — the student body. Approaching various campus groups, the new head mentor has spoken frankly with stu- dents asking for and accepting suggestions, discussing plans for new game uniforms and explaining the various ways in which the student body could aid in boosting the Wave to the winner ' s circle. Coach O ' Boyle ' s carefully picked new staff includes: John- ny Rauch, chief assistant and offensive coach; Fred Wallner, line coach; Jim Royer, assistant line coach; Bill Arnsparger, end coach; Don Watson, defensive backfield coach; and Doug Hafner, assistant freshman coach. New head football coach Tommy O ' Boyle is truly a family man NEW COACH NEW LOOK NEW YEAR 84 BASKETBALL 85 1961-62 Varsity Basketball Team: Bob March, Dale Gott, Wayne Pearl, Ivlike Kurtz, Bill Slaughter, Ron Ihnen, Jack Ardon, Bcb Davidson, Mike Milhollend, L. V. McGinty, Larry Getts, Jinn Kerwin, Rex Krider. Coaches: Cliff Wells, Ralph Pedersen. TULANE HOOPSTERS POST THIRTEEN WINS The 1961-62 basketball season was one of individual glory and team disappointment, of spurts of greatness as well as cold nights. As the season closed, the team could be proud of their 13-10 record, yet the 6-8 SEC mark could only be termed disappointing. The Wave began the season with a burst, not losing until it hit the road against Texas and Rice, then continuing through a long home stand with successive victories, including a 107- 77 rout of Mississippi. For forty minutes they looked invinci- ble, even without the services of Mike Milholland, who was lost at semester break for academic reasons. The next Mon- day, Mississippi State came, saw, conque red, and thus began the streak that sent the Sreenies from the top of the con- ference to the middle. The brightest star of all was Jim Kerwin, the greatest scorer In Tulane history, whose 509 points smashed the season record he himself had set the previous year. The 6-3, Long Branch, New Jersey, youth will long be remembered for the all-angle one-handed jump shots that pushed his average to 23.1 points per game. Not only was Jim the first Greenie ever to hit 500 points In a single season, he also set team records for average and total points, and was the first Tulane player to reach the 1000-point mark in two seasons. Jim was named to virtually every All-SEC team, and named as HHonorable Mention on several All-Americas. Jack Ardon climaxed a brilliant career at Tulane with 349 points for the season, a total of 1,106 for his college career, placing him third among all-time Wave scorers, and 1,062 rebounds in three years, a Tulane mark. The Lakewood, New Jersey, giant was second in the SEC In rebounds. Scrappy Wayne Pearl, the fire of the team, concluded his Tulane career with 258 points and almost as many fouls. The Wave will miss him next year, when he and other guards. Rex Krider and Bobby March, will have graduated. Soph Bobby Davidson looked promising, though, piling up a 45.6 field-goal percentage to lead the team. Playing pivot and forward, Bobby racked up 177 points for the season. The team set a record in the Ole Miss game, hitting 45 field goals among the 107 points, of which 41 points were tallied by Kerwin. The Greenies had an ultra-successful home season, with 12 wins to only two defeats, culminating in the 84-69 rout of LSU before a packed field house. For Coach Cliff Wells, the season marked his 46th as a coach and his 1 7th as leader of the Green Wave, hlis 253- 150 record at Tulane is highlighted by edges over every SEC team except Kentucky. The little professor will begin a re- building program next year, around Kerwin, Davidson, Getts, and Gott, the only remaining lettermen, and some fine pros- pects from Coach Pedersen ' s freshman quint, especially Alan Kern, and guards Steve Bell and Denny Shoup. All In all, with Kerwin popping In the jumpers, it should be a record- breaking year. 86 Coacti Cliff Wells Reserve guard Bobby March proved himself a capable bell-hendl«r ir.d playmaker during crucial sifua ions. 1961-62 Junior Varsity Baskefball Team- Back Row: Coach Pederson. Steven Son- nonbllck, Pete Russo. Ron Shrleves. Denny Shoup. Steve Bell. Jeff Gardner. Front Row: Jeff Lewis (Mqr.). Dan Stevenson. Alan Kern, NIcIc Blaqoievic. George Fisher. Mike Martinez. Senior Jack Ardon snares a rebound to add to his three-year 1,062 total Rex Krider, senior letterman, receives an award for outstanding play during his years at Tulane. SEASON RECORD Tulane 87; Louisiana College 67 Tulane 82; Florida Southern 50 Tulane 89; T.C.U. Tulane 65; Texas Tulane 65; Rice Tulane 75; S.M.U. Tulane 66; Baylor Tulane 92; ' Tulane 76; Georgia Tulane 59; Florida . 78 90 . 69 . 70 . 55 Eastern New Mexico 77 .46 47 Tulane 83; Nat ' l. Team ot Peru .... 55 Tulane 107; Ole Miss 77 Tulane 59; Mississippi State 70 Tulane 65; Vanderbilt 77 Tulane 74; Georgia Tech 77 Tulane 78; Alabama 75 Tulane 64; Auburn 8! Tulane 57; L.S.U 70 Tulane 76; Ole Miss 83 Tulane 68; Mississippi State 83 Tulane 83; Tennessee 81 Tulane 72; Kentucky 97 Tulane 84; L.S.U 69 Southeastern Conference Games Wayne Pearl, scrappy senior, goes up for two of his 258 season points Jim Kerwin. whose 509 points marlts him as Tulane ' s greatest season scorer, be- gins a scorinq drive. Larry Getts reaches high to block Wild- cat score. J Sophomort Bobby Davidson Uyt ont up o add to hit 4S.6 fiald goal ptrcanlag to Itad tha taam. BASEBALL The Tulane baseball team started 1962 with a new coach, a solid core of lettermen, and several promising sophomores. Coach Doug Hafner, able to rely on only one returning in- fielder, first baseman John Chaisson, looked with hope to Sophomores Ricky Sankey, Bobby Neider, and Tony Ceresaro to fill in the infield and to provide adequate stickwork. With two-thirds of last year ' s outfield returning, continued fine play was expected of hard-hitting leftfielder Gus Wenzel, Sopho- more centerfielder Ray Nord, and rightfielder Pete Capde- bon. In catching position, All-Southeastern Conference backstop Bob Cornett, who led the Wave in hitting last year with .333, returned for his senior season, Letterman Plauche Vlllere and Sophomore-Dick Ronniger stood out as two noted hurlers. The 1 96 1 Tulane diamondmen fared no better than their predecessors, posting a 5-14 over-all season record and a 2-12 tabulation in S.E.C. play. Coach Doug Manner 1961 Let+ermen: Bob Cornett, Plauche Villere, Gus Wenzel, John Chaisson. 90 :aa i.l:s First baseman John Chaisson in action I 1962 Pitching Staff: Plauche Vjllere, Dick Ronniger, J. C. Stone, Steve Zimmerman. 1962 Varsity Baseball Team— Back Row: Gino Nord. Rick Sankey. Billy Arthurs, Plauche Villere. Bob Neider, J. C. Stone. Gus Wenzel. Dick Ronniger. Front Row: Will Warren. John Chalsson, Tony Cerasaro, Bob Cornett, Jim Jenninqs, Steve Zimmerman. Leo Bandandi. Team captam BoDby Cornett proves valuable not only as signal cal ' ' - but for batting prowess. 1- - % 91 J Coach Emme+t Pare TENNIS The Tulane tennis team, centered almost entirely around young blood, was completely rebuilt by Coach Emmett Pare in preparation for the 1962 net season. Heading the 1962 netmen was Sophomore Andy Lloyd, second-ranked singles player in the South. Occupying the number-two position was left-handed Junior Lee Fentress who racked up 1 wins against a single loss in 1961 season play. Jimmy Morse, another Jun- ior, was expected to have a fine year playing in the third slot as he improved tremendously last year, posting an 8-3 singles record. Rounding out the team, adding valuable strength when called upon, were Sophomores Jack hiapting and Dan Rhodes, Junior Ed Austin, and Senior Jerry Variand. Lee Fentress Andy Lloyd 92 Dan Rhodes 1962 Varsity Tennis Team: Lee Fentress. Jack Heptlnq, Andy Lloyd. Dan Rhodes. Ed Austin. Jim Morse, and Jerry Vanland. ? IHV fe-J-. , 1 r 1 1 ► ' i Bill Jim Morse i 1 a 9. 1 93 i n Team captains Jack Parcelo and Jerry Greenbaum lalk over the day ' s round with Coach Innes Miller. Let+ermen Jerry Greenbaum, David Lawrence. Jacit Barcelo and Delph Gustitus sharpen up their putting. GOLF Six returning lettermen to the Greenie golf team under the watchful eyes of Coach Innes Miller pronriised Tulane one of its better teams in recent years. The 1962 golfers scheduled eight dual meets, a triangular match with L.S.U. and Rice, the Louisiana State Invitational and the Southeast- ern Conference Tournament to tempt their driving and putt- ing skills. Jerry Greenbaum, winner of the New Orleans Open, Jack Barcelo, Delph Gustitus, Jay Krachmer, Ed Olsen and David Lawrence formed the image of a winning season. Jack Barcelo blasts out of trap 1962 Varsity Golf Team — Back row: Mario Perez, Randy Winsky, Bob Franke!. Sam Stewart, Steve Pell, Bill Lee. Front row: David Lawrence, Jack Barcelo, Jerry Greenbaum, Delph Gustitus. Not pictured: Jay Krachmer. mmm .J ' 4 ' " - ' SWIMMING The 1962 version of the Tulane swimming team coached by Lowell Damonte centered itself around young, enthusiastic tankmen in its second season in intercollegiate competition. The team, facing one of the toughest schedules in the con- ference, failed to surface topside. Although losses were ex- perienced against Florida, Florida State. Georgia Tech, Mi- ami, Texas A M, Emory and Sewanee, all but a few of the standing school records were broken. Those records being submerged were in Medley Relay, 440-yard Freestyle, 200- yard Individual Medley, 200-yard Butterfly, 100-yard and 200-yard Backstroke events. John Jackson led the record- breakers, battering two individual records and swimming on the Medley Relay team. Swimmers are looking forward to next year ' s season with hopes riding on eight returning letter- men and a strong 1962 freshman squad. • •• .• • t • • • • • • • • .•♦••■-. ' ' ,,,»• ' .•.•••• 1 1. • •••••••• Coach Lowell Damonte Free itylisf John Jaclcson races toward another finish 1 ii; -.0-,.:, ... -: :. . :»,.:.:. BjCl R J- . . ' . - L Ej c , . . J- 1 S;: Frantz, Jim Fulton. John JacVson. Stcond Row: Joe Nade Elliot Sieqel. Alan Cono. CHucV Murphy Tom Billups. Medley Relay Team — One of the potent forces of the 1962 track team Team captain Jerry WInsberg displays prowess as Tulane sprinter. TRACK The 1962 track team, although not yet a top-flight crop, gave an over-all better appearance because of more depth. Sophomores were counted on for a second wind. Coach John Oelkers, talented leader of the cindermen, anticipated four or five sprinters who could keep the pace in the stiff compe- tition which is at its best in the Southeastern Conference. A fine performance was expected of Jerome Winsberg, 100- yard dash man and a member of the mile relay team. In 1961 Winsberg was a 9.8 100-yard man and also turned in a 2 1 .5 in the 220 and a 49 flat in the 440. Larry Mclntire and Tommy Ogg also performed in sprints. In the middle distance Coach John Oelkers and Team Manager Kelly Schiemberg. runs, Tom Schneider, Fred Levitin, Bob McKenzie and Lenny Stein were counted on to garner points in the 440. A weak spot in the 880 and mile runs was filled by Mike Eubanks and Tom Meek, who displayed increasing capabilities. Although lacking depth in hurdle events, Lee Cary and Larry Mclntire proved valuable. Larry Setts and Sophomore Ron Smith were again counted on to put the shot as was Emmett Grandy, broad-jumper. Rounding out the team were Lenny Stein and Jack Ardon, who were hopefuls in their respective javelin- throw and high-jump events. 1962 Varsity Track Team — Back row: Tom Schneider. Lee Gary, Steve Wagner, Ron Smith, Lenny Stein, Fred Levitin, Larry Mclntire, Tom Meek. Front row: Bob McKenzie, Emmett Grandy, Tom Ogq, Jerry Winsberq, Sidney Horn, Durham Barnes, Calvin Johnson, Jim Ciaravella. 96 Competition is strong at the dnnual Intramural All-University Swim Meet Fjcjlt Alumni Hanaro . 1, --dIcs Tournamon Win- INTRAMURALS All students receive the opportunity to participate in ath- letics through Intramurals, which offers participation in events from football to bridge for the Tulane student. Two leagues have been formed: one is All-University, drawing participants from the schools; the other is a dormitory league, with stu- dents competing for their residence halls. Nine sports drew contention first semester. Touch football winners were Law School and Bechtel House; A S and Phelps garnered swimming honors; Law School and Irby were volley- ball winners. Civil Engineering and Menuet were tennis cham- pions; Medical School and Phelps topped ping-pongers: A S and Irby were victorious at badminton. Law Scfhool and Irby won golfing competition; Army ROTC and McBryde were bowling kings; and Business Administration and Irby won at squash. Individual stars were netmen Wen Kuang Kan and Bob Mann (tennis), Vic Tsang and John Frelinger [table ten- nis), Richard Lam and Ray Lake (badminton), and Minor Pipes and Stan Kann (squash). Intramural competition was open in the spring in both divisions in basketball, handball, pool, horseshoes, free throws, track, bridge, Softball, and squash doubles. Ben Abadie was Intramural Director. CoacS Abadie congratulafes his 1961-62 Senior Managers Form inD WMmHaMMW SCHOLARSHIP No matter how many diversions there may be, the essence of a University re- mains learning, and Tulane students rep- resent themselves scholastlcally in the out- standing manner for which they have be- come reputed. 99 rz The scholastic achievements of Tula- nians are known throughout the nation and in many parts of the world, for the tradi- tion of Tulane is one of scholarship. HHope- ful freshmen join the professional clubs, associations of students who plan future work in similar fields, and the outstanding among them can also earn election to one of the lower-class honorary fraternities or sororities. Outstanding work in the upper grades is r ewarded by a variety of honor- aries covering all the colleges of the Uni- versity. 100 PHI BETA KAPPA Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest of all college honor societies, was founded in 1776 at the College of William and Mary. The Alpha of Louisiana Chapter at Tulane was established in 1909, and recognizes superior attainments in scholarship by students in the College of Arts and Sciences and in New- comb College. OFFICERS PROF. MARGARET GROBEN President PROF. HOWARD SCHALLER . . . Vice-President MISS FANNIE RAYNE RUSS Secretary PROF. KARLEM RIESS Treasurer MISS PRUDENCE MYER . . Executive Committee D. HANLIN BECKER . . . Executive Committee MEMBERS 1962 Carol Ann Au John J. Barcelo III Joanett R. Blacltburn (Mrs.) Mary Brenda Byrne Robert P. Clark. Jr. Ka+herrne Elaine Connell Richard F. Cromer Mary Goodwin Crumpler Ruth Elizabeth DeLony Stephen P. Diamond Sheryl Jean Feldman James E. Fulton, Jr. Phyllis Slaser Kenneth K. Golledge Sylvia Klumok Goodman (Mrs. Joan Gueymard Peggy Therese htanemann Aysen Kutalp Hedgpeth (Mrs.) Robert E. Hill Sylvia Ann Ibele Carole Ann Jaffe Carolyn Jo Kolb Jerry L. Mashaw Gloria Ann Massimini John A. Mead Ronald A. Pyke Marilyn Edith Reilly James R. Rest Betty Joel Rittenberg Malcolm P. Scott, Jr. Rona Ann Simonin Garland L. Standrod Floyd A. Stern George W. Tiller Gayle Auberlin Trusdel John G. VanOsdell, Jr. Betty Ann Weaver Kirk H. Webster Roy P. Williams, Jr. HONORARY Professor William Ransom Hogan OFFICERS PROFESSOR HOWARD WISSNER . . . President PROFESSOR PETER FIRMIN . . . Vice-President PROFESSOR LELAND BROWN .... Secretary Martin D. Davidson James F. Hughes Joseph J. Konzen Charles S. Simon 1 1 MEMBERS Richard A. Whann Robert S. DeLange Michael H. Mayer Wallace C. Kemper FACULTY Clinton A. Phillips Beta Gamma Sigma Fraternity rewards and encourages scholarship and accomplishments in all phases of business among students and graduates of the School of Business Ad- ministration, and fosters principles of honesty and integrity in business practices. The Alpha Chapter in Louisiana was established at Tulane in 1926. Juniors and seniors are selected by the faculty on the basis of high scholarship and promise of marked ability. ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA .. 1902 A ir 1 Alpha Omega Alpha bases ifs membership upon superior scholarship, inifiafive and independence in thinking and re- search. Election recognizes not only present accomplish- ments, but also the promise of future leadership in some phase of medicine. The Tulane chapter was founded in 1914, and includes in its activities annual lectures by prominent men in various fields of medicine, clinical discussions and an annual banquet. OFFICERS JAMES W. WELCH HEBER H. NEWSOME JOHN W. REEDER DR. W. G. UNGLAUB DR. JACK WICKSTROM President Vice-President Vice-President Secretary . Advisor MEMBERS Robert Louie Allday David Barton tHaley Kent Beasley Fernando Jose deCastro Donald Gordon Edge-ton E. Fletcher Eyster Alan Engberg Swepson Floyd Fraser Henry Wade Giles John Gordon Haddad. Jr. Lynn Eugene htickman Salvador Henry LaRocca J,hn M. Lsurui Ruitoll Lowery II Leonard Michael Mattes Peter Mayorson Loroy Henry Oetjen. Jr. Albert Prieto John Walter Reeder William Hewes Shellon III Lida Inge Swafford Frank Joseph Troncale Robert Treuting Nelson Perez Trujillo OFFI CERS JUDGE JOHN MINOR WISDOM . . President PROF. ROBERT LEAVELL Secretary John F. Andrews Lawrence K. Benson, Jr. Thomas M. Bergstedt Donald P. Endom Oscar D. Martin 1962 Daniel T. Murchlson John E. Peltier, Jr. William A. Porteous III William K. Sutor HONORARY Judge E. Howard McCalob ORDER OF THE COIF ON ' ' -fV COllF The Order of the Coif, national legal honor society, rec- ognizes senior law students for eiceptional ability and per- formance in the School of Law and in law. Scholastic achieve- ment and leadership, and service to the school and commu- nity, are considered in the election of new members. Each year a Louisiana lawyer who has rendered outstanding service to law and to the public is initiated as »j honorary member of the chapter. TAU BETA PI ATTW Tau Beta Pi, founded in 1885, was established at Tulane in 1936 to recognize the highest accomplishments of junior and senior students in the School of Engineering. Outstanding scholarship, high character and breadth of interest are con- sidered in the selection of members. The society also fosters a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering colleges of America. OFFICERS JAMES BENEDICT President WILLIAM M. BOYLE Vice-President ROBERT ENDEBROCK . Corresponding Secretary WILFRED LEHDER Recording Secretary DAVID RANDOLPH Treasurer LEEG. DeBRUEYS Cataloguer DR. ROBERT WEAVER Faculty Advisor DR. F. W. MacDONALD . . . . Faculty Advisor J. HOWELL PEEBLES, JR. ... Faculty Advisor C. A. PEYRONNIN, JR Faculty Advisor Elected In Fall 1961 Keith Arnold McKlnley Charles WInteler Rodehorst Blase Constantlus Rau Elected In Spring 1962 W.lilam Conner Ellis Thomas Michael Regan Augustus Elmer III John Barry Vinturella Henry MInard Morris OFFICERS ERIC B.JONES Chapter Master JO ELLEN STANDLEY Scribe William C. Lammey Jesse Michael Lyons MEMBERS John Flood Morton, Jr. Charles H. North, Jr. TAU SIGMA DELTA Tau Sigma Delta, national honor society for architecture students, selects its members for outstanding scholarship, leadership, character and creative ability. Nominees under- go a pledge period in which the winning sketch in the tradi- tional Gargoyle competition is selected. KAPPA DELTA PHI OFFICERS (appa Delta Phi, the oldest honorary leadership fraternity on campus, confers membership each year upon no more than ten students from the junior and senior classes, and upon one member of the faculty, for outstanding service and unselfish loyalty to Tulane. OFFICERS MRS. EDITH G. GIRAUD President MRS. ALTHA DAY KING .... Vice-President MRS. MARGOT ROPER McGINN . . Secretary ALFRED PEPPERMAN Treasurer MRS. HELEN FIFE Historian Alpha S!gmd Lambda Initiafes. 1961 Phillip K. Briel Marjorio L. Durand EnoU Fee John A. Gerighty. Jr. Jerome B. Glynn Gloria Landry Charios A. Mender Dallam O ' Brien Mary Jane Ragas Anna L. Raymond W. Findley Raymond John D. Sessum Claude E. Smith Fred M. Smith JON LEVY ALBERT PRIETO FRED F. PREAUS DR. KARLEM RIESS Preiirjcnt ■ ' ice-President Secretary Faculty Advisor MEMBERS William H. Barr Eugene Berry Nelson Caitellano Hunter Horron Jon Levy Robert Love Ihoma . McU j- Fred F Pttf ' i Albo ' - Charles Seemenn Jr. Fred Soiton 1962 Jerry Mashaw Edd e Spoto Leo A. Tra ' - J. Dudley FACULTY Dean Howard Schaller Honorary Members Charios P. Roland Patricia C. Dunn Alphd Sigma Lambda, nafonal honorary scholarship fra- ternity of university evening colleges, selects its members for distinguished scholarship and leadership. In addition, the member must carry at least 15 semester hours in subjects out- side his major field. Theta Chapter, organlied at Tulane 1954. revised its original constitution in 1957 to comply with the provisions of the national constitution. The Society of the Sigma Xi, founded at Cornell Univer- sity in 1886, and established at Tulane in 1934, recognizes outstanding achievement in scientific research and profi- ciency and promise in various fields of science. Undergrad- uates, graduate students, members of the faculty and research workers are eligible for membership. The society sponsors a series of public lectures, and awards prizes for research papers. OFFICERS DR. FRED SCHUELER Presideni DR. PETER VOLPE Vice-President DR. KARLEM RIESS Secretary-Treasurer PROF. JAMES CRONVICH . Executive Committee DR. FRED WRIGHT .... Executive Committee MEMBERS Dr. Gustav C. Bahn Dr. Gaetano Bazzano Edward A. Boudreaux Thomas D. Darby Eileen Eckhardt (Miss) Dr. Clayton B. Edisen Thomas Galvin Fa+ma M. Helmy (Miss) Sigmund N. hludson Dr. Alfredo Lopez-Santolino Dr. Stephen P. H. Mandel Louis T. Maumus Dr. Karoly Pinter David M. Serrone Konchady G. Shenoy Shu Mei Ting ( Miss) David M. Topping Dr. Louis M. Trefonas Frank J. Troncale Norman Wilks Dr. Ian R. Williams Ta-Sun Wu Dr. Paulus Zee ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Kenneth A. Blick H. William Bond Courtney C. Busch Philip J. Carroll, Jr. Harry Chun-tHoon Francis A. Dixon Paul F. Duvolsin Davis M. Egle Paul W. Fox Arlo Dean hiarris Shih-lang Hsiao Dr. Carlos Lamar Earl Larre Claude Marchand Heber H. Newsome Henry Rosenquist Edwin P. Russo Hugh A. Thompson Ronald L. Williams Dalton Woolverton OFFICERS ROBERT DeLANGE President PRENTISS CARTER Vice-President JIM TAUB SCHWARTZ Secretary C.ALEX DIETZ Treasurer DONALD RAMIREZ Historian WILLIAM H. BARR Senior Advisor DR. KARLEM RIESS Faculty Advisor PHI ETA SIGMA Albert Appleby Brian Barcelo Edwin Beckman Mark Benard August Blanco Eugene Blerhorst John Burgess Richard Burton Thomas A. Carter Marshall Casse Jerry L. Colburn Matthew Daley Richard DrezinskI Charles Fernandez Robert Gerber Jack Goldberg Dan Granoff Theodore Gi uen Carl Hanemann Donald Herzberg Robert E. Hill Ralph Hoffsten 1961-1962 Barry Jacobs Peter Katz Stephen Kociol Rene Koppel Christopher Lawler Rainer Malitzke John McPeek Dennis E. Murphy Philip Pilkington Virgil O. Rr mbo Allen Rankin Mi Gabriel Shapiro Daniel Stevenson Fred E. Seale ill Ronald Swartz Raymond Termini Robert Wangeman John S. Watson David Weisman Glenn Weller HONORARY Dean John Lawrence Phi Eta Sigma, national honor society for freshmen men, was established at Tulane in 1954. A 3.5 average or better for the first semester or for the freshman year is the require- ment for membership. ALPHA EPSILON DELTA Alpha Epsilon Delta is a national honor society for pre- medical students. The Louisiana Delta chapter was officially installed at Tulane in 1958. The object of the society is to encourage excellence in pre-medical scholarship; to stimulate an appreciation of the importance of pre-medical education in the study of medi- cine; to promote cooperation and contacts between medical and pre-medical students and educators in developing an adequate program of pre-medical education; and to bind together similarly interested students. OFFICERS ED EDGERTON President JAY KRACHMER Vice-President DAVID JOHNSON Secretary LESTER REESE Treasurer ROBERT BONINI Historian REAVES LEE Scabel Representative DR. MERLE MIZELL . . Faculty Advisor MEMBERSHIP John R. Akin Stuorf Liobormon David Allrod Jimmy Lonq C. Durham Barnes Michael Matoian Stanley Borman Christopher B. MerriH Robert Bonini Lee Nesbitt Gustavo F. Carlomagno Lester Reese Edwin O. Edgerton III Stacy A. Robacl James T. Evans Harry S. Sinqreen David H. Johnson Harvey J. Stahl Jay H. Krachmer Neal J. Walther Sidney R. Lee Nath,n $ w... «r 1961-1962 George L. Adams Charles Dru Goodwin Sheldon Artz Charles Howie Sieve M. Bailey Stephen Jensen Glenn Barnett II Philip Leone Milton Bleiweiss Phillip Marls Thomas J. Bush, Jr. Dennis Murphy Prentiss Carter James Rasmussen Philip A. Cole James Simmons William Marie Dean Jim Taub Schwarti Carl Fougerousse. Jr. Richard Teiada Lawrence G. Geti Joseph L. Trapani Edmund G. Glass Bruce Turner Herbert Goldstein Eugene Wesson Jack R. Goodman Bruce Weinberger OFFICERS SAMUEL MARSHALL President ROY LOUNSBURY Vice-President SYLVIA IBELE Secretary KAY BERGERET Treasurer CAPT. CHARLES HENRIQUES . . Faculty Advisor SIGMA PI SIGMA MEMBERS Jean Cass Edmund Christy Lattio Collins David Davis Dallas Mallerich William McNulty Gwen Nelson Jamos Rather Lloyd Rhiddlehoovor Edwin Russo Melvin Snyder Richard Velloman Daniel Velth Michael Berenson Larry Cole DInorah Esteva Joseph Gibson Brandt Grubbs William Hay Thomas Holcombe Robert Kagy V. T. H. Leung James Mackey Larry Pearce Willie A. Smith George Tiller Ballard Argus Lynn Crawford John Riley ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Car! GransTrom Frank Paris Volker Soifert Sigma Pi Sigma, honor society for students majoring in physics, was founded at Davidson College in 1921. Juniors, seniors and graduate students are eligible for membership. The Tulane chapter was established in 1950. OMICRON DELTA KAPPA Omicron Delta Kappa, national leadership honor society for men, recognizes and honors those students, members of the faculty and others who have demonstrated leadership in extra-curricular activities and service to Tulane Univer- sity. Student members must have attained at least junior standing, possess a high standard of character, and have achieved noteworthy recognition in two or more of the fol- lowing fields: scholarship, athletics, social and religious af- fairs, publications, and speech, music and the other arts. The society was founded at Washington and Lee Univer- sity in 1914. The Alpha Zeta Circle at Tulane was established in 1930. OFFICERS MICHAEL H. MAYER President WILLIAM H. BARR Vice-President DR. KARLEM RIESS Faculty Secretary DR. ROBERT WEAVER Faculty Advisor William G. Akins David P. Allred Wilbert L. Argus, Jr. John Barcelo III William H. Barr C. Elliott Bell James Benedict Lawrence K. Benson, Jr. Eugene Berry William M. Boyle Robert P. Clark James Daigle Martin D. Davidson Donald Edgerton Edwin O. Edgerton III Augustus Elmer III Thomas Gonsoulin James Hanemann William Hardcastle Ashton Hardy Hunter Herron Robert E. Hill MEMBERS Neal D. Hobson Glenn C. House, Jr. W. Howard Kisner Jay Krachmer William C. Lammey Douglas Lamppin Jamil LeBlanc James M. Long III Thomas McCay Maxwell McCombs Jerry Mashaw Michael H, Mayer Lee T. Nesbitt, Jr. Joel B. Plassick Eertholdt Ponig, Jr. Michael P. Porter Fred F. Preaus Albert Prieto Harlan A. Schmidt Charles L. Dufour Charles Seemann. Jr. Eugene Shafton Robert W. Taylor Steve Victory Clyde Waddell James W. Welch. Jr. Dudley Youman III HONORARY Dr. Luther L. Terry - Einar N. Pedersen David Ailred, Wilbert Argus, John Barcelo. William Barr. L. K. Benson, Jr., William M. Boyle, Jr., D. G. Edgerton, Ed O. Edgerton, T. F. Gonsoulin. Ashton Hardy, Glenn House, Jay Krachmer, William C. Lammey, J. L. Mashaw, Lee Nesbitt, Joel Piassick, Bert Ponig, M. P. Porter, F. F. Preaus, Albert Prieto. Harlan Schmidt, Charles Seeman, Steve T. Victory James W. Welch. 108 MORTAR BOARD Mortar Board is a national senior honorary society for women. Alpha Sigma Sigma chapter was Installed at Newcomb In 1958. Mortar Board handles the planning, organizing, and supervising of the Fresh- man Orientation Program, the directing of the Freshman government, participating in the Advisory system, and serving as hostesses at university func- tions. Members are elected on the basis of superior scholarship, outstanding participation in student ac- tivities, and unselfish service to the school. MORTAR BOARD OFFICERS PHYLLIS GLASER President BEHY WEAVER Vice-President ALLISON REIMERS Secretary SYLVIA KLUMOK GOODMAN . . . Treasurer BRENDA BYRNE hiistorian ASSETS OFFICERS CAMILLEV EBB President NORMA SOLOMON Treasurer First Row: Martha Blair, Mary B. Byrne, Mary Capps. Second Row: Ruth E. DeLony, Sheryl Feldman, Phyllis Glaser. Third Row: Sylvia Goodman, Carolyn Kenney, Allison J. Reimers. Fourth Row: Katherine Sangster, Mathile Watsky, Betty Weaver, ' mf m Harriet Bobo. Cathy Donovan, Helen Harry, Sue Mac Hatcher, Norma Soloman. Nona C. Webb, Carole Weinman, Marilyn Zlff. At the last Newcomb Student Body Meeting of the year, freshmen girls, outstanding in leadership, service, scholarship, and school spirit are tapped for Assets, honorary sophomore organization. The new members are elected each year by the outgoing members. The Assets don white dresses during the year to act as ushers at numerous school functions Including the May Day festivities. During fall orientation they are Big Sisters to the incoming freshmen. ASSETS 109 WHO ' S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES The sfudents recognized in Who ' s Who each year are nominated from approximately 600 colleges and universities. Campus nominating committees are instructed, in making their decisions, to consider the student ' s scholarship, his co- operation and leadership in academic and extracurricular activities; his service and citizenship to the school; and his promise of future usefulness. Recognition by Who ' s Who means that the student was first officially recommended from the university or college he attends and then accepted by the organization. First row, Burdine Anderson, John Barcelo, William H. Barr, James Benedict. Second row, Donald Bierman, Jonette Black- burn, Martha Blair, Sue Davidow. Third row, Ruth E. Delony, Gus Elmer, Goodman Espy, Pat Firmin. Fourth row, George Foster, Phyllis Glaser, Linda Glazer, Sylvia Goodman. Fifth row, Delph A. Gustitus, Lady Helen Hardy, Linda Hines, Katherine Knolle. Sixth row, William McAninch, John Morton, Anne McDonald, L. R. Moret. Seventh row, Tucky Moss, Lee Nesbitt, M. P. Porter, Allison J. Reimers. Eighth row, Katherine Sangster, Eliot Singer, Betty Weaver, Gnann Wil- liams. Ninth row, D. N. Wollman. Not Pictured: Neal Hobson, William Norrls, Harvey Stat Joe Standley. I 110 HALL OF FAME i 4t4JU« . JOEL GARDNER PROFESSIONALS 116 The Owl Club, a Medical Sc hool service organization, strives mainly to promote better student-faculty relations In the Medical School, to handle special problems of concern to the school, and to aid In the Improvement of medical education. Twenty-four medical students comprise the body of this group. Each spring, the Owl Club awards the Owl Club trophy at the annual Owl Club banquet to the department In the Medical School which has been most outstanding In the education of Its students. This year ' s Owl Club trophy winner was the department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. OWL CLUB OFFICERS DON EDGERTON President HENRY LA ROCCA Vice-President AL PRIETO Secretary-Treasurer THE PRE-MEDICAL SOCIETY OFFICERS NATHAN W. V EXLER President RICHARD KULER Vice-President MIKE MARVINS Recording Secretary CHARLES GOODWIN Corresponding Secretary BART LONGENECKER Treasurer Linking Tulane pre-medlcal students with those already successful In the practice of medicine, the Pre-Medical Society is one of the most successful societies on campus. Those who share visions of success In medicine as their common goal can be brought into closer fellowship by the organization. Now In Its fourteenth year, the society offers students the opportunity to hear lectures by successful doctors throughout the year, as well as the chance to tour Charity Hospital and the Tulane Medical School. The year is climaxed by a parting banquet, highlighted by the distribution of the annual publi- cation, the Pre-Medical Journal, and the presenting of awards to the society ' s most successful members. 117 MOOT COURT The outsfanding students of the Junior and Senior classes of the Tulane Law School comprise the Moot Court Board. Selected on the basis of academic achievement, board mem- bers are responsible for the drafting of the fictitious cases which provide the basis for the school-wide competition. The Court affords the law student an opportunity to obtain prac- tical experience in appellate advocacy. The Board members sit as judges. The Freshman competition is compulsory, but the Junior and Senior competition is conducted on an elimi- nation basis culminating in the Final Competition which is judged by members of the Supreme Court of Louisiana. Robert Leavell is the Board ' s Faculty Adviser. OFFICERS ASHTON R. HARDY Presiding Justice CHARLES MURPHY Recorder 118 OFFICERS CHARLES S. KING Justice ALFRED S. LIPPMAN Vice-Justice WARREN M. SIMON, JR Clerk JOHN J. ERNY, JR Treasurer RICHARDSON CAFFERY Marshall Phi Alpha Delta was founded in Chicago, November 8. 1902, to develop a strong bond among the memb-- -■ ' " e different classes at the various law schools; to form a strong link between the schools and their former students; and to establish a widespread exchange for the interchange of busi- ness, information, and matters of common interest to the members of the fraternity. Phi Alpha Delta has more active chapters than any other law fraternity, although its chapters are restricted to law schools accredited by the American Bar Association. The fraternity cultivates a closer bond of friendship and the attainment of a higher and broader attitude than that offered by the regular college course, fostering under the influence of intimate friendships those principles that tend to form a higher type of manhood. PHI ALPHA DELTA 119 SAILING CLUB OFFICERS ERSTON REISCH, JR Commodore VIRGINIA BEARD Secretary JANE ESHLEMAN Treasurer BALLARD ARGUS Training Officer FRED GARNER Fleet Captain BAY CHAMBERLAIN Social Chairman JIM DAVIES, DANIEL H. VLIET Faculty Advisers Possibly the most sophisticated group on campus is the Tulane University Sailing Club. These lovers of leisure combine the sheer aesthetic enjoyment of wind coursing through their sails with the opportunities to assume titles associated with the Navy. Among the highlights of these sailors ' year were the Sugar Bowl Regatta In December, the Baldwin Wood Regatta in the fall, and the Garner Tullis regatta in the spring. Members were delighted to find themselves now classified among Intercollegiate Yacht Racers of North America. Exciting also was the offer of special memberships in the Southern Yacht Club given by the group on a student basis. This year the club added a Luders 16 racing sloop to their collection. Club members, in the midst of instruction for beginners and racing for the experts, still took time out to be overjoyed. 120 Alpha Chi, Tulane chapter of Eta Sigma Phi, the national honorary classics fraternity, dedicates itself to the study of the classics and to the development of a greater appreciation of the languages and cultures of the early Greek and Roman civilizations. The chapter initiated a new system of pledging during the last year. Aside from the usual business meetings, the group also sponsored lectures and the Saturnalia celebra- tion, in conjunction with the Classics Department. The chapter was represented at the national convention in Bloomlngton, Indiana, this spring. ETA SIGMA PHI OFFICERS CARRICK R. INABNETT President EDGAR OLSON Vke-Presldent LAURA FREDERICK Secre-lary MAURICE E. ST. MARTIN Treasurer THETA NU OFFICERS A. J. RIZZO President CATHERINE ARNOLD Vice-President VIKI PORTER Secretary ROBERT CARTER Treasurer Organized in 1926, Theta Nu is the Professional Journalism fraternity on the Tulane campus. Only Journalism majors are eligible to this highly restricted group, and they must possess awe-striking scholastic averages. Above all, they must strive endlessly for the furtherment of achievement in Journalism and the development of student partici- pation In the Hullabaloo. The highlight of the scholastic year of the Theta Nu is the annual banquet, at which the outstanding student reporter is rewarded with a trophy, appropriately called the Reporter ' s Cup. " Publicity, however. Is one of the fraternity ' s weaker points. This year they even failed to send copy to the JAMBALAYA. 121 Organized at Newcomb in 1941, Beta Lambda chapter of Beta Beta Beta has striven to stimulate a major interest In biology, as well as to further interest and understanding in the various phases of the biological sciences. The group membership is selected on an honorary basis: to be eligible, a student must have taken freshman biology and have received a grade of B or better. The fraternity is national in its scope, yet offers many loc al activities, such as discussions, field trips, lectures, and socials, to members. BETA BETA BETA SYLVIA GOODMAN President MARY GRUMPIER Vice-President LINDA MINES Secretary PAT FIRM IN Historian DR. STEWART BAMFORTH Faculty Adviser JOHN BAMFORTH Mascot BARRACUDAS OFFICERS BONNIE BAUMBACH President GRACIA WALKER Vice-President BECKY HOFFMAN Secretary SUSAN TEMPLETON Treasurer The Rockettes of the University Center Pool, the Barracudas ' main interest is the promotion of synchronized swimming a field of interest vital to national security In those difficult times. The members are chosen on their coordination, rhythm and form In tightly fitting black swimsuits, in both basic strokes and special stunts. Initiates become full- fledged Barracudas in the spring, when their fancy lightly turns to thoughts of water ballet. The club also sponsors the intramural swim meet held at Newcomb annually. Miss Diana Williams is the group ' s sponsor. 122 The Greenwich Village-North Beach set finds its outlet on the Tulane campus at the Newcomb Art School, where girls in sunglasses, loose sweaters, tight skirts and black stockings lay furtive plans for the spreading of art appreciation on campus. Meetings are called in order to tighten the knot among undergraduate, graduate student and faculty member, and the group joins in such social highlights as the Christmas Party and the Petites Beaux Arts Ball in the Spring. But Art Schoolers take greatest pleasures in roaming the campus at night, hanging exhibits wherever the spirit may strike: at Newcomb Hall, the University Center, or on various botanical growths around Tulane. NEWCOMB ART CLUB NEWCOMB DANCE CLUB Although no definite rule may be applied, girls in the Newcomb Dance Club are generally those interested In dancing in some form. Chosen on the basis of ability demonstrated at semestrlal tryouts, the girls can perform in interpretive or modern jarz dancing, or ballet technique. Miss Frances Bush, the Advisor to the girls, proudly awards a Dance Club Key to members proven outstanding by participation in per- formances, attendance at meetings, and merit and service to the group. 123 Established at Tulane ' s School of Business Administration in 1949, Gamma Mu Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi is a cog in the most expansive professional commercial fraternity in the world, boasting 98 active chapters throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. In a delightful game conceived by the central office, Gamma Mu has racked up 100,000 efficiency points, which should be good for at least one free game (or their nickel back). Among the highlights of the Delta Sig year are tours of local firms (Jax, Regal, Dixie 45), programs with prominent businessmen as speakers, and films and discussions on vital business topics (Was General Electric framed?). The social year climaxes with the enchanting Rose Formal, at which the Rose of Delta Sig and her court are presented. DELTA SIGMA PI MICHAEL FREUND President MARTY DAVIDSON First Vice-President CHUCK SIMON Second Vice-President AL HECKER Secretary EMILE DEITH Treasurer CHI GAMMA CHI OFFICERS KATHY CONNELL President SUMIYE OKUBO First Vice-President NANCY FERRELL Second Vice-President DAV N EARLY Secretary CYNTHIA NEUMAN Treasurer SUE POLANEK Puliclty Chairnnan Replacing the Girls ' Commerce Club as the voice of the small but vociferous female minority In the School of Business Administration is Chi Gamma Chi. The sorority at- tempted this year to create ties with Delta Sigma Pi, professional business fraternity, and thus held several joint meetings during the course of the year. Also highlighting the Chi Gamma Chi social season were an orientation program for freshmen women students, rush and acceptance teas for new members, and the annual Christmas party for the Business School faculty. 124 The American Society of Mechanical Engineers serves as a means of acquainting the Mechanical Engineering student with the practical side of his profession while meeting the men he will join after graduation — men already working as mechanical engineers. The society at Tulane seeks to accomplish these objectives by monthly meetings, at which gleeful students, having pushed aside scholastic worries, hear stimulating lectures by outstanding members of industry. The members visit modern industrial plants as a means of complementing the knowledge they already possess. Each spring the group sends a representative to a regional convention composed of member clubs from Louisiana and Texas and held at some University in Louisiana or Texas. A. S. M. E OFFICERS MELVYN BACKES President LYLE FERGUSON Vice-President CLAUDE GRECO Secretary-Treasurer A. S. C. E OFFICERS PATRICK C. McKINNEY President WARREN F, McDonald Vice-Presldent DIANE E. NEWMAN Secretary A. J. COMBE Treasurer GLENN R. MANNING Librarian C. B. McCarthy Faculty Advisor Another of the active professional societies at Tulane is the campus chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers, known fondly to members as the ASCE. Founded in 1933, the organization today sponsors activities of many types for eligible engineer- ing students. At the bi-monthly meetings, speakers and films concerning Civil Engineer- ing are presented. During the year the group follows the adage, " All work and no play makes Johnny a dull boy, " sponsoring a Christmas dance, a seafood party, and a farewell party for graduating seniors at the year ' s end, as well as field trips to construc- tion sites and fabrication and industrial plants in the New Orleans area. 125 The Tulane Joint Student Branch of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the Institute of Radio Engineers was formed in order to present a more realistic view of the engineering profession to the often-idealistic college student. Through the work of the organization, students acquaint themselves with professional engineers from surrounding areas, and become informed of current developments in the field of engineering. When modern devices are too complex, the students are in- structed in their use. As a student organization, the AIEE-IRE places the larger part of the responsibility of its operation upon its student members. The eventual goal of the group is the development of professional engineers. A. I. E. E.-l. R. E OFFICERS JERRY SAACKS Chairman WARREN COURTADE Vxe-Chairman CHARLES SHORT Treasurer JOHN RUCKSTUHL Secretary for AIEE JERRY WHITTAKER Secretary for IRE A. I. Ch. E OFFICERS MORTON RAU President WILLIAM BOYLE Vice-President GARNETT BEDENBAUGH Secretary JERRY NEUMEYER Treasurer The Tulane chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, one of over one hundred on campuses throughout the nation, provides a link for students with the world outside. Opportunities to hear speakers representing every type of engineering science and to see movies protraying the uncountable achievements and advancements of the chemical industry are available to all of the group ' s members. The student mem- ber also gains invaluable insight into the intricate problems of the chemical engineer in business and society. The Tulane chapter had a brief flicker of glory last year when It was chosen from among chapters throughout the entire region to host the annual convention of the group. 126 Beta Alpha Psi is the local chapter of the national honorary accounting fraternity. It seeks to stimulate nterest and cooperation in accounting, while fostering the idea of service as the basis of the profession. The chapter promotes the study of accountancy with the highest Df ethical standards, as well as high moral, scholastic and professional attainments by its members. The group sponsors, to further their Ideals, professional speakers from various phases of accountancy, relating the study of accounting to the business world in general. Membership Is based on the extent of study of accounting at Tulane and the attainment of high scholastic proficiency. BETA ALPHA PSI OFFICERS JOSEPH M. FLECKINGER President SUSAN POLANEK Vice-President ROBERT STEINBACH Secretary LARRY GETTS Treasurer ALPHA CHI SIGMA OFFICERS W. M. BOYLE President JIM SIMS Vice-President MARTIN RAU Treasurer JERRY VIATOR Recorder Alpha Chi Sigma, represented by the Alpha Tau Chapter at Tulane, is a national professional fraternity for chemical engineers and chemistry majors, and seeks to pro- mote friendship among those In the chemical field and to advance the study of chemistry as a science and as a profession. The organization Is also represented by alumni chapters which promote the same goals for students who have graduated. 127 Newcomb girls interested in the classical languages or in the humanistic studies of Greek and Ronnan literatures can find an intellectual and social outlet in the Oreades. Not only do members have the opportunity to revel in antiquity through the study ot the cultures themselves; they are also presented with guest speakers and student dis- cussion. Oreades ' sparkling social season includes a picnic on the levee, the Roman oagan Saturnalia festival in place of a Christmas celebration, and a Roman banquet following initiation ceremonies. It also sponsors skits in the classics department classes as part of the Saturnalia celebration. Members are dedicated to the reillumination of Renaissance ideals to help lead out of these Dark Ages. OREADES OFFICERS GWEN NELSON President DEL EAGEN Treasurer JANET DUNN Secretary NATHALIE PRISE Secretary ADRIENNE LA PEYRE Social Chairman LA TERTULIA OFFICERS CYNTHIA CASON Presidente BLANQUITA SANTIAGO Vice-Presldente JO BETH JANCKE Secretary JUDY KATZ Treasurer JOHNNY QUICK Security Adviser Ole! Hasta La Vista! Cielito Lindo! And as the guitars strum gently in the Acapuico moonlight. La Tertulia rides again. The honorary club for Spanish students, La Tertulia, by means of many varied programs and meetings, attempts to bring a little bit of sunny, romantic Spain onto our trite old campus. This year, the Consul of Columbia gave a lecture on his nation, and Gilbert Chase spoke on the Golden Age of Spanish Song (1962 in the UC Cafeteria). In addition, the gang held a Christmas party, complete with Spanish carols and the traditional pinata. La Tertulia ' s members also viewed slides of Spain, and observed all Spanish holidays. Especially festive occasions for members were Pan-American Day, the annual spring banquet, and the symbolic hanging in effigy of Fidel Castro, under the supervision of Mr. Quick. 128 Pi Mu Epsllon, the national honorary fraternity of undergraduate and graduate stu- dents and faculty members, strives to promote scholarly activity in the field of mathe- matics. The Tulane chapter of the organization, in order to give complete opportunities to all students, regardless of eligibility in the national fraternity, has absorbed the Tulane Mathematics Club, and now includes all students showing a deep interest in mathematics. Featured at the meetings of the group are lectures by faculty members or visiting mathematicians, as well as informal coffee and discussion periods. PI MU EPSILON OFFICERS GEORGE TILLER President BOB BONINl Vice-President SYLVIA IBELE Secretary RALPH BLACKBURN Treasurer DR. FRED B.WRIGHT Faculty Advisor LOUISIANA ENGINEERING SOCIETY OFFICERS JAMES V. BENEDICT President W. J. JEANSONNE Vice-President DIANE E. NEWMAN Secretary MELVYN J. BACKES Treasurer The Tulane Chapter of the Louisiana Engineering Society is a small cog in a state- wide machine dedicated to the development and orientation of the engineering student. The society is designed to aid the student in bridging the deep abyss that lies between his college and his profession. At monthly meetings, guest speakers of inter- national renown address the gleeful members concerning the innumerable aspects or the engineer in his social, business and civic environments. Few members will forget Winnie Winkle ' s lecture on social climbing. The aim, though, of the society, is to inculcate the principles of professionalism into the undergraduate, to make him cognizant of the fact that a true engineer is not he who is merely technically adept, but he who is willing to dedicate himself to hours on the tracks, and to drive either diesels or locomotives! 129 And then there were those who returned from Europe, flat broke and deeply cognizant of themselves and the world. For them the SYhl (Senior Year Here) was more than anything else a long nostalgic daydream, a recollection of the bliss of being away. The forty-odd refugees, sixteen French, twenty-five British, two Spaniards, and a German, even formed their own little peer group, called the JYA Club, where they could sit around and compare travel notes. For those who do not know, the species Junloryearabroadlbus Is easily recognizable by Greek purses, Dutch hats, French hairdos, British woolens, and good old American neurotic complexes. JUNIOR YEAR ABOARD TULANE CONSERVATIVE CLUB OFFICERS RICHARD T. REGAN President PRENTICE L. G. SMITH. JR. . Vice-President JOHN FRENTZ Corresponding Secretary LAURA A. FREDRICK Recording Secretary THOMAS S. SALE Treasurer The Tulane Conservative Club is an organI atIon of conservatives of all political parties, dedicated to preserving the principles of the Constitution of the United States, States ' Rights, and free enterprise. The main purpose of the club is to foster these political philosophies on the Tulane campus. To this end the members of the club sponsor a series of programs featuring States ' Rights and free enterprise speakers. Senator J. Strom Thurmond, Kent Courtney, and Ben C. Toledano were at least prominent in this role. The club also accepts responsibility for editing and distributing Liberator magazine monthly, a close Imitation of a familiar national conse rvative monthly, and Liberator bulletin periodically. This band of States ' RIghters has proudly linked itself In name to the resurging con- servative student movement throughout the United States. 130 Operating under the quite-out-of-style thesis that the United States actually is a democracy, that all people actually are equal, and the forward motion is the only way to get somewhere, the Liberals Club stands on the Tulane campus as the spearhead of progressive social and political opinion. Not only does the Club seek to provide an open forum for the discussion of vital issues, but it sponsors study groups, panel discussions, debates and speakers with specialized knowledge as well as committments to a political, moral, or social ideology of value to the Club and to the student community. The club sponsored the Norman Thomas speech this year. Though most people were surprised to find that the Socialist did not devour little children hourly, the Tulane student body gave the former Presidential candidate a heartening acceptance and welcome. TULANE LIBERALS CLUB OFFICERS DAVE CISCEL President CHARLES COHEN Vice-President ANN LOUGHRIDGE Secretary JERRY KNOX Treasurer YOUNG REPUBLICANS OFFICERS N. CRAIG BRIGTSEN, JR President TOM GALLAGHER Vice-President LAURA FREDERICK Secretary LARRY WEIS Treasurer The Young Republicans of Tulane University are the spearheads of the current move- ment of reaction among University students. Although in theory the organization represents a link between the local party movement and the national Republican struc- ture, in practice, the group tends to uphold the more conservative ideals of the Re- publican Party in the South. Members also are given the opportunity to gain experience in the real world of politics, above the theoretical stage. The Young Republicans hold monthly meetings, but also sponsor various political films and speakers representing their point of view, hold debates on subjects relevant to their beliefs, and work in local elections for chosen candidates. The Club was well represented at the national conven- Hon last year in Minneapolis by three members and a past president of the Louisiana delegation. 131 Nearly as old as the university itself, Glendy Burke, the Literary and Debating Society of Tulane University, is the outlet for students interested in intercollegiate debate. Now in its I 16th year, Glendy Burke continued to send its debate squad around the nation, to Fort Worth for the Texas Chris- tian Inviational, to Louisiana Poly, to USL, to Miami, and, in the crowning experience of the year, on an Eastern tour. Glendy Burke also hosted a debate workshop for New Orleans colleges and universities in October, a five-state high-school forensics tournament, and an invitational debate tournament at Mardi Gras that attracted colleges including Notre Dame, Georgia, and Houston universities. GLENDY BURKE OFFICERS DONALD BIERMAN Speaker LARRY MARTIN Vice-Speaker SANDER GILLMAN Secretary-Treasurer JAMES C. CHING Faculty Adviser 132 OFFICERS ANN LOUGHRIDGE LYNN WINSTON . . 4-Pr«t!dont DEE WILSON . . . Sscretary INTER-FAITH COUNCIL The Inter-Faith Council of Tulane University operates as the official channel of com- munications between the religious organirations on campus and the University itself. There are two representatives from each of the ten campus religious groups and the presidents and chaplains of the groups in the organization. It also strives to facilitate the attempts of adult advisors and youth leaders in the planning of religious programs. The Council arranges the annual religious orientation program for Freshmen and new students, where a meeting of all Freshmen and transfer students introduces them to the -eligious organizations on campus. 133 • «4E .,- te " t ' C ■ I i ' GREEKS There is more to college than study and clubs, for every collegiate, and especially the Tulanian, is possessed of a powerful social instinct, the desire to date, party, and drink. 135 The social Instincts of Tulane and New- comb students are channeled by fraterni- ties and sororities, which offer to entering students the opportunity to meet poten- tial dating material, to assimilate into the many valuable extracurricular activities on campus, and attend a wide variety of par- ties and dances. The sixteen fraternities and nine sororities represent an integral part of Tulane life. 136 } ;••■ ir II I: ill - ' - ■dr MISS GAITHER McCONNELL Aiming at good scholarship, wholehearted cooperation with the ideals of the college, and service to its community, Newcomb Pan-Hellenic is an organization made up of two representatives from each sorority on the campus. The Coun- cil conducts sorority rush in the fall, handles hlomecoming decorations, and supervises inter-sorority athletics and Cam- pus Carnival. It awards the City Pan-Hellenic Scholarship Trophy to the sorority attaining the highest yearly scholastic average. In addition to this, the Council presents the Newcomb Pan- Hellenic Trophy to the sorority which has accumulated the most points for participation in various campus activities during the year. The accumulation of these points is a good barometer for determining the sororities which best achieve the goals of the organization. EWCOMB PAN-HELLENrC COUNCIL MARILYN DONSKY Secretary SHERRY BROWN President LADY HELEN HARDY Treasurer 138 Newcomb Pan-Hellenic Council Members Alpha Delta PI DONNA WHITE SUSAN STERNER Alpha Epsilon Phi ANN ARNOF BARBARA KLINE Alpha Omicron PI JUDY WAITE SALLY BISSO Chi Omega SUSAN SHANKLIN JANE BORISS Kappa Alpha Theta LINDA HUDSON MARTHA YANCEY Kappa Kappa Gamma CORRINE THOMAS KATHY BISHOP Phi Mu CYNTHIA HOPKINS BEUY WEAVER Pi Beta Phi MARSHA MILLER CAMILE WEBB Sigma Delta Tau SANDY SPARK COOKIE SULKIN 139 ALPHA DELTA PI V ; ji A ANN COULON President DONNA W,- : ijNIE WALLACE Vice-President Recording Secretary SANDi ' MARY RICHMOND WITTMANN Corresponding Treasurer Secretary Alpha Delta Pi, the oldest woman ' s sorority, was founded at Wesley College. In 1906 Epsilon Chapter was chartered on Newcomb ' s campus. This year the ADPi ' s were active in campus activities both as a group and individually. Epsilon claimed third place in Homecoming Decorations and first place in ping-pong doubles. The ADPi social season began with the annual pre-rush houseparty, followed by the Pledge Banquet, the Alumni Tea, a Pre-game Dessert Party given by the pledges, breakfast at Brennan ' s for the pledges, and the Alumni Christmas Party. The Spring Formal at the hHilton Inn highlighted the second semester social calendar. Many members of ADPI have achieved recognition for leadership this year. Connie Sarvay and Diana Daly were Phi Beta Kappa; Harriet Bobo was President of the Sophomore Class and elected to Assets and Honor Board; Donna White was Vice President of the Music School and Kathy Ryan was Miss Pauline Tulane. What service . . . even getting his food salted. Uh-h-ti . . . somebody doesn ' t quite belong. J Flrit Row: ANNE ALBERT BETTY ALLEN OENISE BAILLIET MADGE BECKER HARRIET BOBO GAIL BREMENSTUL Second Row: JUDY CASSIDY KAREN CLASEN HENEN COLE GRACE COOKSEY ANN DICKERSON JOAN DICKERSON Third Row: WAYNEHE FELTON VIRGINIA FLICK FRANCES FRENCH KITTY GERSTNER ANN GIRAITIS VERRY GORMAN Fourth Row: GENEVIEVE GRUNDMEYER LYNNE HADDOCK MARY HERBERT JUDITH HILL DEBORAH HIX MARTHA JAMES Fifth Row: JO ANN JUDGE KAROL KLOEPFER CAROLYN KOLB SUSAN LEVY PAT LINDSLEY MIDGIE LIHLE Sixth Row: MAGGIE LOCKEH JEAN LONBERGER MARTHA McMACKIN GAIL MELLOR ROSALIND NAPIER KASHY POWELL Seventh Row: JUDY REEVES KATHLEEN RYAN BETH SALTER CYNTHIA SCHILLING SANDRA SCHOONOVER CHARLOnE SCHULTZ Eighth Row: CAROL SCHWARTZBEK SUSAN STUERMER DOROTHY SWEAT JEAN VORHOFF AMBER WILLIAMS Not Pictured: LEE DIETER. JANE! GUILLORY. EUFCM iSJ - V.c. GINIA WARD 141 ALPHA EPSriON PHI LINDA GLAZER ANN ARNOF CECILLE MENKUS JAN BERNSTEIN DALE KULVIN President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Treasurer Secretary Alpha Epsilon Phi, founded at Barnard College in 1909, was installed at Newcomb in 1916. The busy AEPhi social calendar began in September with a pre-Rush houseparty at B ' loxi. The thirty-three best girls were pledged and then feted at Bruno ' s. The Annual Founder ' s Day Luncheon and the Fall Dinner-Dance filled out first sennester, but the fun was just beginning, for AEPhi celebrated the last semester before summer with the Spring Formal, the Senior Banquet and a houseparty at Biloxi. The AEPhis also helped lead campus life. Lynn Orkin was Newcomb Student Body President, Sue Davidow led the Newcomb Athletic Council and Linda Glazer was Senior Class vice-president. Mathilde Watsky and Phyllis Glazer were named to Mortar Board, and Phyllis was president. Promising sophomores Marilyn Ziff and Chuchi Weinman were members of Assets, while Dale Kulvin, Barbara Frost, and Lynn Orkin were named to the SAM Sweetheart Court. The AEPhi spirit was brought to the student body at all athletic contests by energetic cheerleader Becky hloffman. As usual, this year was all AEPhi. We ' ll solve all our heart problems Oh, the seriousness and importance of that weekly meeting. u ff I 9 b . , . I s flf 1 Finf Row: BARBARA AXELROD NANCY BAER JANE BERGER BRENDA BROWN JANET BLOCK LUANN BOARNETT NINA BRISKER Sacond Row: JACKIE COHEN JEANNE COHEN LEHY COLBERT GLORIA CORNELL SUE DAVIDOW RAYNA DAVIS JEAN FEINSTEIN Third Row: JONEE FINE PHYLLIS FISHMAN CLAIRE LYNN FLEET EVELYN FLEISCHER BETH FLOVk ' ERS ANN FRIEDLER BARBARA FROST Fourth Row: PHYLLIS GLASER SANDRA GOLDBERG ELAINE GREENBAUM BETH GREENBLAH BECKY HOFFMAN CAROL JAFFE SUSAN KELLNOR Fifth Row: BARBARA KLINE HOPE KORSHAK RITA KRACHMER RICKI KUTCHER FREDDA LEVIN MAUREEN LEVITAN MARSHA LEWIS Siiih Row: ELLEN LICHTENSTEIN PAULA LOWENSTEIN JANET MASTERS MARIAN MASTERS JULIE METZGER JILL MOSES GRACIE MUSSAFER Seventh Row: LYNN ORKIN KAREN PEVOW ARLEEN RAYMON JUDY REPHAN TERRY RICHHEIMER BARBARA ROSEN GAIL ROSENTHAL Eighth Row: ANN SCHUDMAK SYBIL SHAPIRO NANCY SIEGEL MARY LYNN SILVERSON MARSHA SOLOMON CAROL STEINER SHERRY VETA Ninth Row: CAROL GENE WALDMAN JUDY WALDMAN MATHILE WATSKY CAROL WEINMAN PHYLLIS WISCH JOANNE WOLF MARILYN ZIFF JANICE 2IONTS Not Pictured: Elane Baernstain, Beverly Cooper, Carol Cooper. Nan Dattel, Judy Fine. Pam Gor- min, Pat Gormin. Ann Goldsmith, Bobbi Kan er. Phyllis Magrish. Polly Opponheimer, Bett-y Nuss- baum, Marcia Silverberg, Mopsy Simon, Ruth Spirer, Linda Weil. U3 m M M BEVERLY KERR SUSAN FEE LINDA KASTRIN DARLEEN CREEVY GAIL RANGIER President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Treasurer Secretary Pi chapter, the oldest existing chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi, originated on the Newcomb campus in 1898. By means of service projects, like the annual Christmas Orphans Party, and a host of service-oriented girls, AOPi has always taken an active interest in campus life. This year, Gnann Williams was chairman of Orientation; Pat Firmin was Resident President; and Judy Waite was president of TUT. Karen Peeler served as Sophomore Class Secretary, while Mikki Pelletieri was Corresponding Secretary of the Newcomb Student Body and a member of hlonor Board. Gnann and Pat also made Who ' s Who. Jane Cheney, I960 National Football Queen, was this year ' s Homecoming Queen, and Mikki, Pat and Sally Bisso served on her court. Carol Stotts promised to keep up the tradition, for she was voted Urchin Pledge Pin-Up Queen. The AOPi ' s were no social slouches, either, highlighting the year with the pre-rush houseparty, a Pledge h ouseparty In Blloxi, the Pledge Dinner-Dance in November, the Founder ' s Day Banquet, the April Spring Formal, and the Senior Banquet In May. ALPHA OMICRON PI What interest, what animation!! Punishment ... a seat on the floor ... or just not enough chairs??? f a FIfi Row: MARY BAITS BETTY BELL GRETCHEN BIROSAK SHERRY BROWN BEVERLY BURGESS HELEN CARNEY Second Row: JANE CHENEY PATSY COLLINS BETTY DeGRYSE DELERY EAGEN PATRICIA FIRMIN JEANNE FOSTER Third Row: MARILYN GORDON JOYCE GRAVES JOAN HALIFAX VERONA HALIFAX PEGGY HANEMANN GINGER HERRING Fourfh Row: ELAINE HESTER CAROLINE HORSTING VERONICA KASTRIN PEGGY KENNER NANCY KERR SALLY KESSLER Fifth Row: MEREDITH KOTTEMANN DIANE LEBRETON MARY LUCAS DENNI MACK ANN M. MAJOUE SHARON MARY Slith Row: SUSAN McCarthy MARY McCRADY ANNEHE MICKAL KAY MOSLEY JOAN PARTAIN KAREN PEELER Seventh Row: SUZANNE PEISSEL MIKKI PELLEniERI DIANNE POTIN CAROLYN POWELL MARTHA SAPP JEANETTE SCHALEBEN Eighth Row: VIRGINIA JO SCHNEIDER GALEN SHORT HEBE SMYTH CAROL STOnS JUDY WAITE LAURA WALSH Ninth Row: • ARLYNN WENGER BARBARA WHITE GNANN WILLIAMS SUSAN WISE ANN YERGER Not Picturad: Donna B«rqstedl. Sdlly Bisso. Mary Frank Crawford. Jean Jeffsrj, Jean Thompson, Evelyn Vincent. 145 m CHI OMEGA SALLY LEWIS ELEANOR PARK BARRIE NIEHUSS JEAN BORDERS President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary LINDA YATES Treasurer Chi Omega was born at the University of Arkansas in 1895, and first hit Newcomb in 1900. Rush week this year culminated in the pledging of twenty-three girls, who were honored at a Pledge Banquet at the Monteleone. An informal dance and the Chi O- Kappa Sig orphan party highlighted the Winter social calendar. Spring semester brought the Annual Formal, an Apple-Polishing Party for faculty and the Alumni banquet. Chi O won the Pan-Hel trophy Jast year and then pulled a fourth place in hlome- coming. Outstanding members were Tucky Moss, Who ' s Who and Student Council Secretary; Mortar Boarders Mary Capps, Carolyn Kenney and Tippy Reimers; Rivers Alfred, Secretary of the Newcomb Student Body; and Ann Franks, DC Board Secre- tary. Susan Shanklin represented Tulane as First Vice-Chairman of Region 9 of the ACL). Rush Week practice — " And this Is Suzle, president ot eight clubs. " And now we ' ll discuss the Installation of a sandwich machine. Fir»t Row: RIVERS ALFRED CHRISTINA BACKER CAROL BEACH GINA BEEM LINDA BLACK BETH BOLTON JANE BORIS5 Second Row: NANCY BROWN BONNIE BURT MARY CAPPS CAROLE CARNES DINAH CONYERS CAROL ANN CRAM LYN CRAWFORD Third Row: MARY LYNN CROUCH DEBBIE DAIGRE JANE ESHLEMAN SUSAN EVES LINDA FARRELL ANNE FRANKS DAIGUE GADBOIS Fourth Row: SHIRLEY GAYLE MISSY GREEN JULIA GREGORY ZUMA LEE GRIBBEN BRENDA HANCKES CAROL HARKEY CAROL HAHEN Flfih Row: MARTHA HAYES CLAUDIA HORACK ANNE HYNES LILLIE JACKSON MARY JAMES SUSAN JETER CAROLYN KENNY Siith Row: ANN KINGSLEY SUZANNE METZLER JEAN MONTEDONICO MARY NELSON MOSS TUCKY MOSS AGGIE MULLINS JEANNIE MULLINS Seventh Row: BLANCHE NEV n ' ON JUDY NICHOLAS KAY NOBLE BETTY ORENDORF CLARA PALETOU DONIA PAYNE CAROLYN PRATT Eighth Row: TIPPY REIMERS MARY LYNN ROTH MARY SHAMBLIN SUSAN SHANKLIN JULIA SLACK NAN SMITH ANN STAPLES Ninth Row: CAROLYN VANTRESS JUNE WILKINSON NANCY WILSON MELINDA WOODS Not Pictured: Betty Ball. Ann Baugh. Pat Hoffman, Gayle Hous- ton, Judy Kaleher, Carls Kally, Judio Melvin, Courtney Parler, Linda Sharp, Judy Slacli, Linda Woods. X!! KAPPA ALPHA THETA BONNIE SHAW SUELLEN HUSTED MARTHA COLLINS LINDA HUDSON MARTHA YANCEY President Vice-Presidenf Corresponding Treasurer Rush Ciiairman Secretary Kappa Alpha Theta was founded at DePauw University in 1870. The Alpha Phi Chapter was established at Newcomb in 1914. The year began with a fabulous work-and-play houseparty at the Monteleone hlotel, followed by a very successful rush week. The beginning of formal pledging was cele- brated with a banquet at Connmander ' s Palace. Various informal gatherings such as a pledge-active baseball game, breakfast at the house Homecoming Weekend, and a Founder ' s Day Banquet highlighted Theta ' s first semester. This year the annual Christmas party was given for the actives by the pledge class. A formal at the fHilton Inn climaxed the year ' s activities. Theta is also very proud of her members who have been outstanding participants in campus life. Among them are: Kathy Knolle, President of Newcomb Honor Board and a member of Who ' s Who; Sandy Noble, Secretary of Resident Students; Susan Tem- pleton. President of Johnston House; Ann Wallace, President of Josephine Louise Dor- mitory; Colleen Spence, Freshman cheerleader; Nancy Hightower, Freshman Class Vice-President; and Nancy Watterson Freshman Class Treasurer. Bosslady and her working?? crew The Lineup . . . and what a lineup!!! II 9© Firtf Row: LUCY ADAMS SUSIE ARMBRUSTER LINDA BASS MARY ANNE BLANrHARr) TEDDY BRAY " TLLA BROOKS Second Row: BARBARA BURNETT CHARLOHE COLEMAN ANNE COLLINS TOPSY DOUGHERTY MARY ANN DRYDEN SUSAN ELLIOn Third Row: ELEANOR ELLIS MARY FARRAR JUDY FORD NANCY GALLAHER MARY GOODRICH ANNE GREER Fourth Row: BETTY GRIFFIN SU2Y HENNA NANCY HIGHTOWER VIRGINIA HODGES JUDY JONES CAROLE KILLGORE Fifth Row: KATHY KNOLLE LINDA LEE KATHY LEWIS CATHY MARSHALL CLAIRE McGHEE NINA MclNTOSH Sl.th Row: MARIANNE MILLS CELIA MITCHELL BETSY MONK SANDRA NOBLE MARY JANE ROBERTSON ELLEN ROBINSON Seventh Row: MARILYN SCHMERBECK COLLEEN SPENCE JEAN STINNETT JANE STURDIVANT SUSAN TEMPLETON SUSANNE THOMSON Eighth Row: • ' M TUCKER NN WALLACE NANCY WATTERSON JUDY WEAVER Not Pictured: Charlotte Barlor- dirj, p -- R- --.- ( .. grum- laii • Gar- rer, S_. • . ■ ' Par- sons. Jennie Lou ftopp. Cisudia Sa oobyr. Judy Stewart, Peggy Anne Tomlinson. 149 m KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA BONNIE BRENDA BYRNE LADY GREENSLIT LYNDA HARVEY SALLY MYSINS BAUMBACH Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Treasurer President Secretary Kappa Kappa Gamma was founded at Monmouth College in Illinois in 1870, and is well-represented by Beta Omicron Chapter at Newcomb. Twenty-six girls comprised this year ' s International pledge class that filled the Kappa house with fun and pride. Ginny Wells and Toby Delony swam back from Europe; and Ginny, Maid of Honor of the Homecoming Court, also introduced Patti Fishburne and Suzi Manatt to the Pauline Tulane entourage. Homecoming was a Kappa Day, for they also won the first prire and the silver trophy for decorations. Toby joined Brenda Byrne as a Mortar Board member. Cynthia Cason made it back across the Rio Grande to become head of La Tertulia. Other active Kappas were Bonnie Baumbach, President of Newcomb ' s Barracudas; Ann Cox, headliner of TUT; and Who ' s Who girls Lady Helen Hardy and Linda Hines. When the gay Kappa formal arrived with April Showers, another year drew to a close: a Kappa year. You all say you Icnow Emily Post. tjg m o .? 52 vi r i Ir . . .-ilk © jk ■r fa f) ' First Row: PAT ALVERSON BARBARA BARRY AMELIE BERNARD SUZANNE BILLET KATHY Bishop GEORGIA BYRNE CARLIE CAMERON CYNTHIA CASON Second Row: ELIZABETH CLARK PAT COCO KASSIE CONNETT LOUISE CORRIGAN SUSAN COSGROVE ANN COX MARILYN DAY ROBIN DeARMAS Third Row: RUTH DELONY LYNN DYMOND CHARLOTTE EUSTIS MILDRED PAGAN SUSAN FAY SHELBY FERRIS PATTI FISH8URNE ALICE GANDY Fourth Row: DIANNE GARREn JANE GUILLORY LYNNE HALL ANNE HAMILTON LADY HELEN HARDY HELEN HARRY SUE HATCHER MARY HEBERT Fifth Row: JUDITH H ICKS PENNY HILLYER ELIZABETH HUGHES PIXIE JASTRAN BECKY JOHNSTONE KAY KELLER MARY ANN KENT KITTY KERRIGAN Sixth Row: SALLY KIHREDGE KAROL KUERSTEINER NANCY LORBER SUSI LOVE SUZANNE MANATT JOAN MAHHEWS MARTHA McCarthy ANN MONROE Seventh Row: AY MONROE MARGARET OGILVIE LEIGH PERRILLIAT SUSAN PFEIFFER MARIA PRAH PATRICIA RANLEU ANITA REA KAY REA Eighth Row: DIANA ROWLEY BEVERLY scon JULIE SELLERS JUDY SMITH GINA SONIAT CORINNE THOMAS BONNIE THOMPSON GRACIA WALKER Ninth Row: SALLIE WEISSINGER VIRGINIA WELLS ANA MARIA WILLIAMS KABBY WILSON Not Pictured: Ann Avagno. Jane B -.-op, Diana Dymond. Linda ' " • " OS. Harriet Hunter. Susan Mayor. A " ' — V ' . Anne Woe 151 w JULIE HATTEN BETTY WEAVER CYNTHIA JANE BERGERET ROSALIE President Vice-President HOPKINS Corresponding BATCHELDER Recording Secretary Secretary Treasurer PHI MU Phi Mu was founded at Wesleyan College, and in 1906 Delta, the sorority ' s oldest chapter, was installed at Newcomb. After the annual pre-rush houseparty on the Gulf Coast, Delta ' s members returned to Newcomb and a beautifully redecorated house. Following a successful rush week and pledging came the " Big and Little Sister Picnic. " The Christmas season was highlighted by an Open hlouse. Everyone enjoyed the Annual Spring Formal at the hfilton Inn. Soon after the formal the new initiates were honored at a banquet held at Comman- der ' s Palace. Later in the spring the entire chapter participated in a workshop on the Gulf Coast where plans for the future were made. The year was climaxed by the Annual Senior Banquet. As a group. Delta participated in campus and Panhellenic activities. Phi Mu is espe- cially proud of its individual members who are active on campus. Among them are: Martha Blair, President of the Music School, member of Mortar Board, and Who ' s Who: Diana Weber, Chairman of the hHobbies and Crafts Committee of the University Center, and Francis Decker, Treasurer of the Newman Club. Some one must have quite a hand . . . like maybe no points. Sorority lite teaches many things . . . even flower arranging. } ' - ' . Fin Row: ELIZABETH AZAR GAYLE SEVILLE MARTHA BLAIR BRENDA BLAZIER BONNIE BRIGGS DERNICE BROOERICK Second Row: CAROL BROWN SANDRA CASELLI NICKIE CHRISTENSEN GEORGIA CONNELL KATHERINE CONNELL FRANCES DECKER Third Row: JULIE FRANSEN ELIZABETH GOLDMAN CAROLYN GUELL WRIGHT HARDY ANNE HICKERSON BARBARA HORNE Fourth Row: LIBBIE HUBBS KAREN HYDE MARILYN IDYLL PAT KENNEDY BETTY LANGHOFF DEANNE LANOIX Flf»h Row: ADRIANNE LAPEYRE SALLIE LOTT ANN MANRY CARREL MULLER OWEN NELSON MARY NICOLL Slith Row: MARY PALTRON GAIL PETERSON DENA PRICE JORENDA REYNOLDS SUSAN RING PAT SALIS Scvsnth Row: IDA SUE SMITH MARY NELL TAYLOR LINDA TEIJELO MARSHA TERRY MARGERY TOWNE CAROL VENTERS Eighth Row: DIANA WEBER BEVERLY WELCH MARTHA WICKETT CAROL WINKLER MRICIA WYLIE Nol Pictured: R o j e m a r •, • " • : Janof Dunn, Eleanor Faulk -. ■ Gui:a. Eileon Jenkins, Vii . Scheppegrall. 153 « PI BETA PHI ANN McDonald ruth jones kathy sangster cecile costly sondagrage President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Treasurer Secretary Pi Beta Phi, founded at Monmouth College in 1867, was installed at Nev comb College in 1891. A busy houseparty at Holiday Inn in Gulfport started the year and rush week, which culminated in the traditional pledge banquet. The Mother-Daughter Tea and the actives ' surprise breakfast for the pledges were both a success. Pi Phi topped the 1961 Panhellenic competition, then started out on the right foot this year with a second place in hHomecoming decorations. The girls are well repre- sented in campus activities, too, as witnessed by Who ' s Who nominees Kathy Sangster, Anne MacDonald and Burdine Anderson. Kathy was also a Mortar Board member, while Anne was Senior Class president, Burdine was president of the Art School, and Sandra Grage was president of Newcomb Pan-hlel. Camille Webb was Assets presi- dent, Julia Narz was Junior Class treasurer, and Gridley McKim was Freshman Class secretary. In addition, Anne and Burdine were on the Newcomb hlonor Board and Sandra, Burdine and Camille were Student Council members. Be brave girls and eat up . . . just think, a real honne-cooked meal. Home sweet home. A m Flrit Row: BURDINE ANDERSON MARY ANDERSON MARY BARKSDALE MADELYN BELL TINA BLAIR CAROL BOREN Second Row: SHANNON COOKSON MARY MARGARET CULPEPPER DIANA DAVIS SUSAN do la HOUSSAYE CATHY DONOVAN NANCY DULANEY Third Row: SUSAN ELSESSER LYNNE FARWELL MONA TEL FONDREN SUSIE FOSTER ANN FOTHERGILL NANCY GAY FouHh Row: KATHERINE HARDIN PAHY HEATH ERLY JACKIE HESTWOOD JUDY JORDAN TRICIA LYNCH MURRAY MAUGHT Fifth Row: MARY McCLOSKEY GRIDLEY McKIM MARSHA MILLER JULIA NARZ NANCY NEWTON JILL PEAVY Slith Row: JANE PMARR GERRY PICTON MARY RADFORD ROSE RAPIER JEANNE RAWLINSON DORA RIDDEL Ssvenlh Row: SUZANNE SANDLIN VIRGINIA SCHANZER SUZANNE SEEMANN DIANA SESSIONS CAMILLE SHAMIS JULIA SMITH Eighth Row: NANCY SNELLINGS EPSlE STEINER PAT SWEENEY CAMILLE WEBB SARA WILLIAMS ANN WISDOM Not Picturtd: Virginia Bajs, Martha Bc ' l, Gay Brannon. Susan B ' oll, Carol Carmichael. Joey Grace, Joan Gueymord, Ceanno Jackson. Sandy Saunders, Susan Tatum, Barbara Williams. 155 m SIGMA DELTA TAU MARILYN COHEN President LINDA BLANKSTEIN Vice-President JOAN DAVIS Recording Secretary LINDA GOLDSTEIN Corresponding Secretary JOYCE FRANK Treasurer Sigma Delta Tau was founded at Cornell University in 1917, and Alpha lota Chapter has held an important place on Newcomb ' s campus since its installation in 1955. After a successful rush week in their beautifully redecorated house, SDT ' honored the twenty-nine pledges with a party at Bruno ' s. Shortly afterwards a Big-Little Sister Luncheon was held. The Pledge-Active dated party, the Spring Retreat in Biloxi, a party with the alums, the annual Spring Formal at the hHilton Inn, and the traditional Senior Farewell Party rounded out a busy social season. In addition, SDT sponsored holiday parties at the Crippled Children ' s hlome and an orphanage. SDT members claimed numerous individual honors on campus. Among them are; Marilyn Cohen, Member of FHomecoming Court, Representative to Tulane Student Council, and Newcomb tdonor Board; Sandy Spark, Junior Class Vice-President; Norma Soloman, Assets; and Rosetta Shaikun, AEPi Sweetheart. The construction crew of Friendship 7. Knights of the Roundtable make another world-shaking decision. First Row: STEPHANIE ASHE ESLEY BEHRMAN RONA CH " ' " " ETTALEAH ROBERTA ■ MARILYN : Second Row: DORIS GINSBERG SANDY GOLDSTEIN VIRGINIA GORDON SUSAN GUREVITZ NORMA HERMAN BONNIE KAPLAN Third Row: COOKIE KAZER WESLEY KING CECILE KLEIN MIRIAM KRESS DORIS LEVY MARY LYNN LEVY Fourth Row: WENDY LUDWIG HEDY MANNHEIMER JUDI MEITIN LYNN MICHAEL NANCY MILLER MARILYN MONSKY Fifth Row: CAROL MORGANSTERN ANNEHE NIRKEN DEEDEE POLUNSKY ARLEEN ROGERS NANCY SCHUSS ROSEHA SHAIKEN Sixth Row: MARSHA SIDEL JANE SILVERBERG SUSAN SOFFER NORMA SOLOMON SANDY SPARK CARLA STERNE Seventh Row: SANDY STREIFFER COOKIE SULKIN SHARON TAYLOR JOAN TRUM MADOLYN WEISS SUE CAROL Win Eighth Row: HELEN JOAN Z.-. Not Pictured: Linett Albert. Mar- cia Angel, Diena Bajosa. Betty Goldblum. Linda Praqer, Barbora Waldman. 157 1ST Dr. Karlem Riess, Advisor to Fraternities, affectionately known as " Ducky " TULANE PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL Pan-Hel Judicial Committee (from left to right); Jerry Mashaw, James Newman, Martin Davidson, Cameron Payne, G. S. Friedrichs, Jr. 158 OFFICERS MARTIN DAVIDSON JERRY MASHAW CAMERON PAYNE JERRY GREENBAUM DR. KARLEM RIESS Chairman Secretary Treasurer Director of Interfraternity Activities Faculty Advisor Alpha Epsilon Pi— DONALD BIERMAN, HARRIS LICHTENSTEIN. Alpha Tau Omega— BEUKER AMANN, JR., HACKETT CUMMINS. Bota Theta Pi— JOHN MEADE, JAMES NEWMAN. Delta Kappa Epsilon— G. S. FRIEDRICHS, JR., ED LAYRISSON. Dolta Sigma Phi— MICHAEL COCHRAN. JAMES GABLER. Delta Tau Delta— ROBERT CLARK, PAUL JARDIS. Kappa Alpha— CAMERON PAYNE, BILL CRAIN. Kappa Sigma— DAVID BAYNE, JACOB LANDRY. Phi Delta Theta— AL CLARK, EDGAR CLOUTIER. Phi Kappa Sigma— RAY BERGERON, LAWRENCE TURNER. Pi Kappj Alpha -LANDESS MOREFIELD. JOHN OCHSNER. Sigma Alpha Epsilon— JERRY MASHAW, FRED SEXTON. Sigma Alpha Mu— JERRY GREENBAUM, JEFF KORACH. Sigma Chi— DELPH GUSTITUS. JOHN WOLLNEY. Sigma Nu-A. J. RIZZO. MIKE PORTER. Tau Epsilon Phi— STANLEY KURZBAN, STEVEN ROSENTHAL. Zota Beta Tau— JEFFREY COHN. MARTIN DAVIDSON. In I 858 the first fraternity was founded on the Tulane cam- pus. Since that time the fraternity system has grown and prospered to the extent that now there are seventeen na- tional fraternities at Tulane, ail of which are governed by the Pan-Hellenic Council. The council is composed of a junior and senior represen- tative from each fraternity. The executive function of the council is vested in the Judicial Committee, comprised of the four officers and members at large, which serves as ad- visor to the chairman and assists him in the performance of his duties. The Judicial Committee is supplemented by the Athletic Committee, chaired by the director of interfraternity activities. This committee has jurisdiction over all of the various competitive activities of the fraternities, ranging from football to swimming and scholarship. In September the Council opens the year with a welcoming banquet for all new pledges. The Council also sponsors as its major activity the annual " Greek Week, " and was one of the first campuses in the country to institute such a program. The " Week, " climaxed by the Pan-Hellenic Formal, features officer and pledge discussions and the community " Help Day, " all of which are designed to promote a united frater- nity system on the Tulane campus. 159 ALPHA EPSILON PI DONALD BIERMAN LEONARD President SILLERT Vice-President RICHARD HOWARD ISAACS HARRIS BUSSOFF Treasurer LICHTENSTEIN Secretary Pledge Master Alpha Epsilon Pi was founded at New York University in 1931. Tau Upsilon chapter came to Tulane in I 95 I . Since that time the chapter has continued to grow in siie and stature. The men enjoyed a gargantuan rush week this year, pledging 35 promising young men; then began the usual circuit of parties, including the wild hiayride, the Shipwreck Party and the Annual Sweetheart Formal. Tau Upsilon was active in many ways on campus, boasting Don Bierman, advisor to the Business Staff of the Student Directory; Nathan Wexler, president of the Pre- Medical Society; and Phi Eta Sigma Steve Whitfield. The fraternity was outstanding In Pan-hHel competition, pulling second places In Volleyball and hlomecoming decorations. The brothers also moved Into a new house. The AEPi ' s feel that they carried on the fraternity ' s traditions this year and look forward to a very promising future. I Fortunately, This Is Only Temporary! " He Was Warned Not To Attempt To Escape! " r -: ::r ; ?t-v«. a Ei [Li. - . H H ' klw i i M-a imM " " 1 ' 1 ' " b iifiJ 4iktf iilb tf 1l 1,7, r - " -■ " ' - " J ' ' °rl rf 161 Fint Row: APNOLD ABRAMSON MARVIN BERGER BERNARD BERINS L, B. BERKOVITZ STANLEY BERMAN RICHARD BERNSTEIN MICHAEL BIERNER Second Row: STEVE BLANK STANLEY BLEND HOWARD S. COHEN SAUL CORNMAN SIDNEY COTLAR MICHAEL DONSKY JAMES FELD Third Row: RICK FETTERMAN RONALD FINKELSTEIN LAWRENCE FRANK LARRY FREEDMAN JOEL FRIEDMAN RICHARD FRIEDMAN JACK GOLDBERG Fourih Row: RICH ALLAN GOLDMAN PETER GOODMAN HOWARD GORDON JACK GRAPES MICHAEL HARRIS STEPHEN HARRIS MYLES KAT2 Fifth Row: PETER KLEIN PETER KOCHMAN RICHARD KUGLER ELLIOT LAPAN BENNET LEBOV JACK LEICHER DENNIS LICHTENSTEIN Siirfh Row: RICHARD MANESS MICHAEL MARVIN DAVID MEYERS HARVEY D. MITNICK ALLEN NATHANSON LAWRENCE NEUMAN GEORGE PARU Seventh Row: JACK RAU LAWRENCE RICE CLIFFORD ROSS MIKE ROTHSCHILD LOUIS RUBENSTEIN BILL D. RUBIN LLOYD SAMPSON Eighth Row: JOEL SCHECHTER CHARLES SCHILLER MELVIN SCHNEIDMAN KENNETH SEIDEL JEFF SELIGMAN LEONARD SENTER GABRIEL SHAPIRO SAMUEL SHOSS Ninth Row: RICHARD STETZER RONALD SWARTZ BOB A. TESSLER ROY WALTER RONALD WANG BARRY WEINER MIKE WEINROBE •■ RRY WEINSTEIN Tenth Row: t-!lLLIP WEIT2MAN NATHAN WEXLER STEPHAN WHITFIELD HARRY WILKS ALLAN YASNI LONNY ZATZKIS STEPHEN ZEGAR STEPHEN ZIMMERMAN llEfl ALPHA TAU OMEGA JOHN BARCELO RICK ANDREW WILBERT President EIGENBROD DINSMORE ARGUS Secretary Treasurer Historian A ' pha Tau Oniega v as founded af Virginia Military Insfi+u+e. Beta Epsilon Chapter canne to Tulane in 1887. Since that time the chapter has continued to grow in size and stature. The men enjoyed a heartening rush week this year, pledging twenty-six promising young men; then began the usual circuit of parties, including the wild River Boat party, an emergency hurricane party, and the notorious Voo Doo. Beta Epsilon was active in many ways on campus, boasting Bill A:gus, president of the student body, and Jack Barcelo, Omicron Delta Kappa. The brothers completed construction of their new backyard patio, begun last sum- mer, and an outstanding addition to the house. The ATO ' s feel that they carried on the fraternity ' s traditions this year and look forward to a very promising future. " What Did You Say About Our Housemother? A Saturday Night At The House. il. 1 4i fci hdm First Row: DON ADAMS THOMAS AKIN CHARLES ALLEN BALLARD ARGUS BRIAN BARCELO HARRY BELIN Second Row; MATTHEW BRAATZ PHILIPS J. CARTER. JR. HACKETT CUMMINS ALAN DASCOMB MAYO EMORY LOUIS L. FRIERSON Third Row: TOM GON ' iOULIN THOMAS GRACE CARL HANEMANN JOHN HOUSEY SAM E. HYDE GEORGE JANVIER III Fourth Row: LAWRENCE JOHNSON DAVID LAWRENCE ARTHUR MEYER BOB MITTELSTAEDT JAMES McCARTER JOHN McGUIRE Fifth Row: EDWARD OLSEN WALDO OTIS DENNIS PILNEY ALBERT PRIETO JAMES REST ALBERT REXINGER Siith Row: C. E. RICHARDS F. J. RICHARDSON MICHAEL ROBERTSON CHARLES ROSSNER HUGHES SCHNEIDAU RONALD SCHRIEVES Seventh Row: JOHN SCHUPP JOHN SIMPSON S. P. STEWART ALBERT THIENEMANN MICHAEL WANEK CHARLES WESTBROOK Eighth Row: WILLIAM WILLIAMS JOHN WOOLFOLK Not Pictured: Niion Adams, Boukor Amann. Richard Coulon, KonnetS Fonto. Jeff Gardner. Fred Garner. James Kirlpatricl. George Leh- leitner. Robert Mittaltteedt. Ar- mand Schroeder. Horace Soper. Richerd Whenn. Leslie Wylie. 163 m v. iTfrM! ' w ' .-.f BETA THETA PI JAMES NEWMAN WILLIAM SHAW President Vice-Presldenf PLAUCHE PATRICK JOSEPH WELLS VILLERE ARAGUEL Treasurer Correspond nq Recording Secretary Secretary Beta Theta Pi was founded at Miami University of Ohio in 1839. Beta Xl chapter came to Tulane in 1908. Since that time the chapter has continued to grow in size and stature. The men enjoyed a sumptuous rush week this year, pledging 34 promising young men; then began the usual circuit of parties, including the wild Jungle Party. Beta Xi was active in many ways on campus, boasting William Shaw, Army ROTC battle group commander; Jim Newman, member of Pan-hHel Judicial Committee; and C. Alfred hiecker III, secretary of Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity. Many brothers, including baseballer Plauche Villere, Jr., and swimmer Charles E. Murphy, were active in sports. The Betas feel that they carried on the fraternity ' s traditions this year and look forward to a very promising future. " Bwana Say Missionary No Like Fertility Dance. " The Beta Mess. Firi» Row: CLINTON ATKINSON JAMES AYLESWORTH ROBERT BECKER TAD BLEVINS POBERT BOASBERG WALTER CHRISTY TIMOTHY CLOUDMAN Second Row: JOHN STEPHEN COMAN IRWIN DABE JEFFERY DAVIS DAVID DEPP THOMAS DUNCAN JAMES EDDY GOODMAN B. ESPY III Third Row: TIMOTHY FEINHALS BRIAN FRATER RAUL GARCIA DOUGLAS HALL KEITH HAMMEH THOMAS HARMON THOMAS HATFIELD Fourth Row: ALFRED C. HECKER MARVIN HEEBE ODOM HEEBE HAYWOOD H. HILLYER III STEVEN JAHNCKE GIBSON M.JONES HARDY JONES FiHh Row: JAMES KENT ROBERT KUHNER CHARLES R. LAKE MARTIN MACDIARMID LAURENCE McALPINE WILLIAM McWILLIAMS JOHN MEADE Slith Row: GARY LEE MILLER CHARLES MURPHY WILLIAM O CALLAGHAN CHARLES ODOM WILLIAM OSBORN ANTONIO PEREZ DAVID PETERS Sevanth Row: GARY PRIOR JAMES RASMUSSEN RAVENEL LaBARRE RIGGS EDWARD ROWLEY THOMAS SCHNEIDAU CHARLES SEEMANN JOHN SUTHERLIN LLOYD A. TERRELL Eighth Row: BORDON TIDMORE JAMES VAN HOOK MAURICE VILLERE RICHARD W. VILTER EMILE WAGNER RICHARD W. WAGNER JOHN L. WILSON HALLMAN WOODS Not Pictured: Jacl BoAsberg, Oa- v.d Duggins. Alan Engberg. Ronald French. Jacl Helm, James Helm. °-- Hierr , Jamet Lake. M- ' r " i Ronald Murlin. Hcc ' -- Donald Rhodej. W;i..a.t, " H. C. Thomas Stmonton, . Terrell. Nathaniel Troy. 165 n DELTA KAPPA EPSILON CHARLES BUDDY PAT REILY LOUIS FREEMAN CARRIERE FRIEDRICHS Secretary Treasurer Presidenf Vice-President PHILIP JAMES Pledge Master Delta Kappa Epsilon was founded at Yalo University in 1844. Tau Lambda chapter came to Tulane in 1889. Since that time the chapter has continued to grow in size and stature. The men enjoyed a tremendous rush week this year, pledging fourteen promising young men; then began the usual circuit of parties, Including the wild Debutramp party and the romping Spring Formal. Tau Lambda was active in many ways on campus, boasting Buddy Friedrichs, Pan- hellenic Judicial Committee, Eddie Layrisson, Panhellenlc representative, while others on the FHonor Boards of their respective colleges, as officers of the ROTC, members of the JAMBALAYA and Hullabaloo staffs, and as class officers. Brother Dick Roniger was a pitcher with the Greenie Varsity diamond nine. The Dekes feel that they carried on the fraternity ' s traditions this year and look forward to a very promising future. ®« 7„SU . . .! ▲7 df k J%£ { kJht k Yh Firit Row; JOHN BOLLES MICHAEL CLANN CARL CLEVELAND BAY COBB JIM CONNER Socond Row; JERRY FRIEDRICHS THOMAS ARTHUR GRANT III DAVE GRIFFIN IRA HARKEY HANS JONASSEN Third Row: BERT KEENAN RICHARD KEENAN J. S. KONNERTH ED LAYRISSON PRIEUR LEARY Fourth Row: CALVIN LENTZ LOUIS MARTIN ARTHUR E. MONROE SKIP O ' CONNOR LEE RANCK Fifth Row: WOODY REGISTER JACK RONIGER RICHARD RONIGER BUDDY ROWLEY HOWARD J. SMITH Siith Row: BREARD SNELLINGS DAVE THORNTON PETER M. VIGUERIE HENRY WALKER HENRI WEDELL Seventh Row: CLARKE WELLBORN JOHN WOGAN Not Pictured: Richard Baumbach. William Bcrah. Kaul Buhlor. Frad Carroll. William Dahlbarg. Mart Dean, Jamsi OaBuys. John Oe- Russy. Barton Jahnclo. Sam Le- Blsnc, Herbort LoBourqeois. Rob- ert Livingston, James Luttman. Ver- non Palmer, Maurice Provosty. Francis Selman. Larry Smart, Sid- " ■ ' ' - iV Louis da la Varqna. 167 IKE DELTA SIGMA PHI GARY EDDINS JAMES GABLER President Vice-President HARRY GEORGE ANTHONY LAUGHRAN CARLTON LIND LASSEIGNE Secretary Treasurer Sergeant at Arms Delta Sigma Phi was founded af City College of New York in 1889. Chi chapter came to Tulane in 1916. Since that time the chapter has continued to grow in size and stature. The men enjoyed a paramount rush week this year, pledging 28 promising young men; then began the usual circuit of parties, including the wild Bayou Brawl and the formal. Delta Sigma Phi was active in many ways on campus, boasting pledge Cliff Graf, for example, as Vice-President of Freshman Engineering. The Delta Sigs feel that they carried on the fraternity ' s traditions this year and look forward to a very promising future. " And then the drawstring broke and " Did You See Who Turned On The Lights? " . ' " ] - xcAg ' -4£ ' : -£ ' :±l i .» .-- hJfi M g l dTAd. li 169 Firit Row: ANTHONY BARDOL CHARLES BAYLES DONALD BREEN MICHAEL CHRISTISON JOSEPH CUCCIA Second Row: WILLIAM DITULLIO MAYNARD EILERS THOMAS GALLAGHER CLIFFORD GRAF JAMES GRASKE Third Row: BARNEY HATHAWAY ARTURO R. HERRERA GORDON L. KING ROGER KLAM ALBERT LANOIX Four+h Row: VERNON MARSHALL RICHARD MATASSA WILLIAMS McCOMBS ROBERT McCULLOUGH JAMES McQUITTY Fifth Row: JAMES NOBLE MICHAEL PARHAM SAMUEL PAYNE ALEXANDER ROBERTS. JR. PHILIP SALEEBY Siifh Row: JOHN SANDY ROBERT SCHWERIN DAVID SKLAR PRENTISS SMITH ROBERT SOLEM Seventh Row: JOHN STASSI STUART STOKES JOHN WAGUESPACK ROBERT WILSON ROBERT WOOD No» Pictured: Alden Bl:i:p ' .Michael Cochran, Edson Ca: ' .i. Francis Duhe. Gary Ffonti, Joseph King. Joel Martin. George Meyer. Robert Stassi. Russell Stewart. Walter Sudol, Leon Titche. m DELTA TAU DELTA ROBERT P. PAUL JARDIS LAWRENCE M. RAYMOND J. FRANK L. CLARK, JR. Vice-President MARTIN SALASSI FAUST. Ill President Secretary Treasurer Rush Chairman Delta Tau Delta was founded at Bethany College in 1958. Beta Xi chapter came to Tulane in 1889. Since that time the chapter has continued to grow in size and stature. The men enjoyed a splendid rush week this year, pledging 23 promising young men; then began the usual circuit of parties, including the wild Black Mass party, the Adam and Eve party, the Necktie party and the Rainbow Formal. Beta Xi was active in many ways on campus, boasting Willie Lehder, vice-president of the School of Engineering, and Charles North, who was vice-president of the School of Architecl-ure. Three of her members, Tim hloff, Ronnie Joseph, and Al Boudreau spent the year studying in Europe. The Delts feel that they carried on the fraternity ' s traditions this year and look forward to a very promising future. " Dammit, I got the old maid again! " fBk Delt actives strive for physical fitness award. « I ' Ti ' ' r f o n " ' T MM lMk - aW ' Flrit Row: RICHARD L. ADOLPHSON JOEL BARRY ALLISON JUSTIN J.ANSEL JAMES B. AREY. JR. PATRICK BARRON WILLIAM HOWARD SEVAN Second Row; RALPH DALE SLOUGH CRAIG BRIGHTSEN DAVID THOMAS BUTLER JOHN C. CALT TED COTONIO III WILLIAM R. CULLISON Third Row: ALBERT J. DERBES III A. EDWARD DRAGON GEORGE A. DUNCAN DAVID ECKARDT RICK FIERSTEN GLENN GATIPON Fourth Row: FREDERICK G. GUSTAFSON DAVID HEROLD JAMES J. HINDS NICHOLAS HODSON ARTHUR S. HUEY III WILFRED E. LEHDER Fifth Row: WILLIAM R. LIEBKE NOAH H. LONG. JR. WILLIAM McGRATH GEORGE A. MITCHELL JAMES R. MITCHELL GEORGE A. MONTGOMERY Sixth Row: CHARLES H. NORTH, JR. JAMES Y. ROBINSON JAMES LOUIS SCHMIT RICHARD A. SMITH ROBERT W. SUIT KEN TACONY Seventh Row: RICHARD E. VIRR LOUIS B. WEISENBURGH R. MARK WILKIEMEYER JAMES RAYMOND WRIGHT Not Piciurod: Donald R. Dunham. Richard H. Finley. Davii Gates. Walter ScoH Gibson, James Don- ald Griffith. Timothy Hoff, Wirt Jones. James Larose. Jim Megehee. John F. MofTiH. Melvin W. Price. Neal E. Schaefer. Kirl Webster. 171 ITJ KAPPA ALPHA Hl Htflii HARRY B. CAMERON WALTER THOMAS WILLIAM KELLEHER, JR. PAYNE ZANDER HARTWELL President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer The Kappa Alpha Order was founded at Washington and Lee University in 1865. Psi Chapter came to Tulane In 1885. Since that time the chapter has continued to grow in size and stature. The men enjoyed a splendid rush week this year, pledging 23 promising young men; then began the usual circuit of parties, including the wild Bushman ' s Ball, and the tra- ditional Old South Ball. Many brothers. Including Bill Ary and Sonny Parnell, Tulane fullbacks; Jimmy Morse, tennis player; Gus Wenzel, left-fielder on the baseball squad; and new football Coach Tommy O ' Boyle, were active in sports. The KA ' s feel that they furthered Southern tradition this year and look forward to a very promising future. ' Exdms can really get you down. ' Fine, Unshtanding, Shouthern Jentlemen. Mm - Q Q ' ' Ql tt ■■ ' ' 3 ' ' 5 y Firt« Row: FRED B. BALDWIN RICHARD BARNEH J. BAXTER BRINKMANN JUDD H. CHIDLOW WILBERT GRAIN ROBERT DANA Second Row: CHARLES DELU DAVID WM. CONNER ELLIS DAVID EPSTEIN EUGENE GRASSER DAVID M. GRAY, JR. JOHN WM.GROOME Third Row: ASHTON HARDY ROBERT HASSINGER NEEL HOWARD CALVIN JOHNSON HENRY JUMONVILLE RICHARD LANGENBAIIII Fourth Row: ROBERT MARVIN REGINALD MclNTYRE CHARLES MITCHELL LORD HARRISS MORRISOII JAMES T. MORSE JOHN FLOOD MORTON, JR Fifth Row: PAUL T. NELSON RONALD H. NEWMAN WILLIAM PARKS A. O. POOL, JR. JUSTIN QUERBES THOMAS REESE Siith Row: RANDOLPH REYNOLDS LEWIS ROBINSON F. A. ROUSSEL RANDOLPR SNAPP RAYMOND STARR MICHAEL STODDARD Seventh Row: EDWARD STOLLEY TIMOTHY SWOOP DAVID VOSBEIN ROBERT VOSBEIN GUS WENZEL RICHARD WILLIAMSON JAMES WOOTAN Not Pictured: Jomes R. " . ' William R. Ary. Walter Cla. borne. Cameron Gamble. Ralph Giislar. David K. Groomo, Peter H-r-- -- Bowman Kanyon, Dwight L ' : Eric Lundin, Charles M_ ,. . Thomas O ' Boyle. Ralph Parnell. Theard Terrebonne, Waller Van- Banthuysen, Michael Vise, Richard Williams. iV» KAPPA SIGMA " I Can ' t Believe You Said That. ' DAVID R. BAYNE ARNOLD K. SEALE ROBERT K. TOUPS President Vice-President Secretary Kappa Sigma was founded in I 869 at the University of Virginia. Sigma chapter came to Tulane in I 889. Since that time the chapter has continued to grow in size and stature. The men enjoyed an incredible rush week this year, pledging 21 promising young men; then began the usual circuit of parties, including the wild Jungle Party, the Stardust Formal, and the Pirate Party. Sigma was active in many ways on campus, boasting Student Council Vice-President Glenn House, Bill Lammey, Vice-President of the School of Architecture, NROTC Com- mander Tom Millican, and JAMBALAYA Editor Harlan Schmidt. Many brothers, including footballers Tommy Cato and Will Warren, were active in sports. The Kappa Sigs feel that they carried on the fraternity ' s traditions this year and look forward to a very promising future. The Four Kappa Sig Favorites. t " t WILLIAM H. MICHAEL V. HOPKINS McENANY Treasurer Ritualist First Row: HUGH GLENN BARNEn HILTON 5. BELL JOHN S. BERGSTEDT THOMAS M. BERGSTEDT WILLIAM S. BOLEN MILTON BOLLES OWEN S. BROWN Second Row: EDWARD K. CALDWELL DONALD R. CANTRcLL JOHN M. CHURCH DAVID COMBE DOUG CONNER HENRY W. CROSSETTI STERLING CRUGER Third Row: THOMAS M. DOBBS CHARLES A. DURHAM SERPELL G. EDWARDS WILLIAM N. FLOYD JOHN R. GRAVES BERNEY R. HARRISON SHELTON E. HENDRICKS Fourth Row: DANIEL HICKEY CHARLES B. HILLEBRANDT PETER W. HOLDEN ROBERT E. HOLLIDAY RUSSELL HOLMAN GLbNN C. HOUSE JAMES F. HUGHES Fifth Row: STEPHEN JASPER JOSEPH E. KEETON JOSEPH KOCHANSKY RAYMOND P. LaDUC WILLIAM C. LAMMEY JACOB D. LANDRY BERDON LAWRENCE Sixth Row: GEORGE R. LEAKE JOHN M. LESTER RINGOLD H. LUKE KIM McCLENAGHAN WILLIAM T. MILLICAN EUGENE NIFENECKER JAMES T.OGELSBY Seventh Row: WILLIAM ONEIL WILLIAM L. PIPPIN. JR. JOHN B. POSTELL FREDERICK F. PREAUS RICHARD L. RAMEY WILLIAM S. RANDALL III ALLEN C. RANKIN III Eighth Row: THOMAS G. ROBERTS PRESTON RUSSELL WALTER SCHWING HARLAN A. SCHMIDT GENE SENTELL JOHN E. SMITH, JR. ANDREW SPONGBERG Ninth Row: james f. stewart thomas w. tucker roy knox tyson warren j. unverzagt g:orge b. vaugi n s ephen t. victory john wahl Tonth Row: THOMAS W. WHEELER JAY R. WILLIAM KEENER T. WiLLIAHS ROBERT ZOLLINGER Not Pictu.-td: Elliott C. Ball. Thomas H. Coto. Leiand Do-- ; John Garroutta. Carl Jory. C LaPrairia. Roy Thomas Ne " ' -- Edward L. Powell. Michael Red- den. Frank P. Roberts, Georqe J. W. Smith, Lynn S. Zarr. 175 u PHI DELTA THETA WILLIAM H. BARR CHARLES E, PRENTISS B, President CLOUTIER CARTER Vice-President Secretary GARRY L. BAKER Treasurer Phi Delta Theta was founded at Miami University of Ohio. Alpha chapter came to Tulane in I 889. Since that time the chapter has continued to grow in size and stature. The men enjoyed a supreme rush week this year, pledging 23 promising young men; then began the usual circuit of parties, including the wild Mediaeval Slob party, the South Sea Island party, and the year-round series of Saturday night parties. Phi Delta Theta was active in many ways on campus, boasting more than its share of outstanding students, and many leaders in University activities. With the aid of alumni contributions, the party area downstairs was completely redecorated, and the third floor was given new paneling. The Phi Delts feel that they carried on the fraternity ' s traditions this year and look fordward to a very promising future. " All Right, Four Bucks. " " You Can Take That Camera And . . . " Firjt Row: LOUIS ALFARO MICHAEL J. ANDERSON FRANCIS M. BASS CHARLES P. BRIDGES JONATHAN C. BUTLER Second Row; MICHAEL B. COFFEE WREN COHENOUR DON C. COLLINS JACOB L. COSTA JAMES CROSLAND Third Row: JAMES MICHAEL DOBBS ROBERT C. EVANS CHARLES O. FARRAR GREGG J. FRELINGER JOHN D. GAY Four+h Row: JACK HEPTING TIM IRWIN DAVID M. KELLOGG ROBERT A. KYFF MICHAEL H. LYNCH Fifth Row: HARVEY MARICE WILLIAM W. MITCHELL AUGUST W. MYSING JAMES NIESET NELSON BATES PULLIAM Sixth Row: KEARNEY ROBERT JAMES scon LAWTON T. STEVENS WAREN F. TAYLOR LaVERNE THOMAS Seventh Row: THOMAS J. TOOKE S. J. TUMINELLO JAMES B. WAGNER PAUL F. WOOLVERTON Not Pictured: David W. Adams. Willord Al Clark, Chester Danne- hower, Tom W. Durden, Gillette Elvqren, Charles E. Felqer. Harry Fennorty. Floyd J. Fraser, Thomas O. Harrington, Fletcher Ames Hatch, Robert Hodges, Franit T. Howard, Robert M. Jaquemin, Burleigh Roy Kennedy. Edmund Key. John L. Kyff. Robert L Love, Donald J. Neese, William A. New- ton, John Poser, A. K. Roy. Ranald Smith. William Thompson. S. J. Tuminello. Robert E. VanNess. Charles T. Williams, John H. Whittemore, Dudley J. Youman. m PHI KAPPA SIGMA LOUIS G. WARREN B. JOHN D. JAMES W. MARC P. HEDDY CAMERON, JR. JUNG, JR. JACKSON BORTNER, JR. Treasurer President Vice-President 2nd Vice-President Secretary Phi Kappa Sigma was founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1850. Mu chapter came to Tulane in 1858. Since that time the chapter has continued to grow in size and stature. The men enjoyed an ecstatic rush week this year, pledging twenty-two promising young men; then began the usual circuit of parties, including the wild Voodoo Party, the Christmas Party, and the KKK Party. Mu was active in many ways on campus, boasting Leiand tHubbard, president of the Senior Class of Arts and Science s; Lee Nesbitt, president of the Junior Class of A S; and Bill Sellers, chairman of Public Relations of the University Center. Many brothers, including gridder Julius Sternfels, and trackmen Richard Humyhrey, Elmore Verlander and Bill Foust, were active in sports. The Phi Kaps feel that they carried on the fraternity ' s traditions this year and look forward to a very promising future. " Hi Boys! " A Slice ot Phi Kap Life. p 5 l " f rm rr s ,Vj I A iAii Fir»t Row: PAUL TERRY ANDERLINI JOHN WESLEY BARNEH OUSTIN RAY BERGERON LARRY T. BROOKS THOMAS H. BURR J. W. CABANISS Second Row: WALTER CALLAWAY ROBERT J. CARTER FREDERICK B. CHAMBERS VINCENT J. CIOLINO PORTER O. DANIEL PHILLIP J. DAVIDSON III Third Row: ROBERT S. DELANGE THOMAS E. DOLHONDE CHARLES G. DUFFY WILLIAM N. FOUST DAVID K. GAHO EUSTACE S. GOLLADAY Fourth Row: JERRY L. GRAVES THOMAS L. HARMAN FOHN C. HARRINGTON RALPH H. HARRIS O. L. HUBBARD RICHARD G. HUMPHREY Fifth Row: ROBERT E. JEFFERS SEAN A. KELLEHER ROBERT H. KILINSKI BARRY M. KNESEL PHILIP G. LEONE CLARENCE I. LEWIS. JR. Slith Row: ROBERT C. LIGHTFOOT DAVID LYALL KENNETH M. MALLON ALCIDE S. MANN PAUL D. MclNNIS JACKIE P. MURPHY Sevanth Row: LEE T. NESBITT EDMUND N. ORSINI W. T. PEARSON EINAR N. PEDERSEN BERTHOLDT F. PONlG ROBERT T. RATCLIFF Eighth Row: THOMAS M. REGAN JERRY C. ROBINSON HARRY W. SELLERS JAMES R. SUHLEFIELD MILLARD E. SWEATT MICHAEL T. TUDURY Ninth Row: LAWRENCE H. TURNER ELMORE ROBERT VERLANDER JOHN W. VINING JAMES B. WHITESIDE JERRY R. WHinAKER STEVEN B. WICKLAND RICHARD J, ZIMMER Not Picturtd: Dona a v... A-ari- i Thomds C. Bland. Heqel Branch Franit V. Endom. Jamos E. Fulton, Brad Lucas. Jim Mellin, Edward R. Richeson. Georqe P. Robbins III. Julius M. Sternfals. Chariei Sulli- .an. Robert W. Taylor. Louis C. Waddell. 179 ni pg KAPPA ALPHA LEONARD J. MARK A. HEADY C. LANDESS SAPERA Vice-President MOREFIELD President Secretary BRUCE ALBERT JOHN C. NORTH OCHSNER Treasurer Sergeant at Arms Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the University of Virginia in I 868. Eta Chapter came to Tulane in I 878. Since that time the chapter has continued to grow in size and stature. The men enjoyed a superb rush week this year, pledging 21 promising young men; then began the usual circuit of parties, including the wild " Pais do do, " the Sunday afternoon sorority parties, and the traditional Dream Girl Formal. Eta was active in many ways on campus, boasting Alan Cone, president of the Tulane Concert Choir and captain of the Swimming Team, Ed Garland and Bill Goodman, who commanded the AFROTC and the NROTC drill teams respectively, Jerry Cooper, editor of the AFROTC Air Wave, and John Abbott, vice-president of the Adelphons. The Pikes feel that they carried on the fraternity ' s tradition ' s this year and look for- ward to a very promising future. " This Is a Fire Truck, Not a Train! Lunch With The Housemother ■ ' » »! f, Fir»» Row: RABBITT ABBOTT JEFF ADAMO EDWARD H. BAIRD WILLIAM M. BOYCE PAUL P. CAMERON Second Row: DAVID BERNARD CARNES JAMES MONTELEONE CIARAVELLA. JR. ALAN FRANK CONE JERRY ALLEN COOPER J. S. DEACON II Third Row: JAMES R. DeCARLO THOMAS DONOFRIO. JR. JOE C. ELLIOn RANDALL STEVE FARRIS CARL ERNEST FEHR Fourth Row: EDWARD W. GARLAND WILLIAM E. GOODMAN RICHARD N. HANSEN FLOYD M. HINDELANG. JR. TERRY J. HISERODT Fifth Row: HARRY IRELAND DOUG LaGARDE JOHN F. LALLY III ALAIN G. LANE J. EDWARD McKENZIE. JR. Siifh Row: DAVE OFFUT ED REID CHARLES BUTCH " SCHALLER AL STEWART EARL STOLZ Sevanth Row: GEORGE JOSEPH TRIBBLE. JR. JAMES W. VAUDRY. JR. ANDREW M. WEIR Not Picturad: Dan Adamt, C. J. •■ Bowert. E. S. _■ " ■ ' ?iioB. W. FrantiaL J. W. Graon. Fra " ' ndy Lombardo. H. • Robert McCormicl, •■ mad E. W. Nelson, . ■ ' • Eddlo Spoto. L. O. Tacchi. 181 y i®i§ © ™ SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON DAVID p. ALLRED WILLIAM LOGAN PERKINS JAMES M. LONG EVAN DAVIS President McANINCH Recording Secretary Corresponding Treasurer Vice-President Secretary Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded at the University of Alabama. Tau-Upsilon came to Tulane in I 897. Since that time the chapter has continued to grow in size and stature. The. men enjoyed an abundant rush week this year, pledging 36 promising young men; then began the usual circuit of parties, including the wild Suppressed Desire Party, the annual Pledge Party, the Christmas Party, and the annual Spring Formal. Tau-Epsilon was active in many ways on campus, boasting Jon Levy, president of Kappa Delta Phi, Bill McAninch, vice-president of Arts and Sciences, and Jim David, Jimmy Long, Jay C. Stone, and Jim Hendricks, cheerleaders. Many brothers, including Lee Fentress and Ed Austin in tennis, Joe Lasseigne and Al Burguires in football. Bill Slaughter and Mike Millholland in basketball, Tom Meek in track, and Gene Wasson in swimming, were active in sports. The Ants feel that they carried on the fraternity ' s traditions this year and look forward to a very promising future. A Sea Of Faces At The Anthill Paper Cups, Not Silver Goblets. S E IMJ. Fir«t Row: BART ANDERSON EDWARD AUSTIN WM. ASHBROOKE BEAIRD NELSON J, BECKER EDWIN BECKMAN KARL BENKWITH JULIUS BERGFELD lOM BRADY Second Row: STEVE BRAHON BOB BRUCE JACK BURTON AL CHAMBLISS ROD CHASTANT AUBREY COLEMAN CHRIS D. CORBIN HERMAN CROWDER Third Row: JIM DAVID RENE DIAZ ALEX DIETZ JIM FAVELL LEE FENTRESS FRED FERREIRA O. J. FORD BILL GAHAGAN FouHh Row: PETE GAFFNEY WAYNE GALVANI RICHARD GILLETTE JAMES GODFREY TOBIN GRIGSBY NORMAN GROVES BOB HARDCASTLE JIM HENDRICKS Fifth Row: TOM HESS RUSSELL HOOK JOHN IKARD GARRICK INABNETT BILL JAMIESON STEVE JENSEN BILL JEFFERS ROYCE JOHNSON Sixth Row: PHILIP JONES JERRY LAMBIOHE DAN LATIMER BILL LEE REAVES LEE JERRY MASHAW TOM MEEK HERBERT MORTON Seventh Row: RAY McCLURE CHARLES PEATROSS BILL Pins JERRY SEALE ROBERT A. SEALE, JR. O. LARRY SECREST FRED SEXTON BILL SLAUGHTER Eighth Row: FRANK SMITH STEVE SUNENBLICK JAY C. STONE HENRY TEAFORD RICHARD TEXADA HAL THOMPSON GENE WASSON JOHN B. WATERS Ninth Row: •N WATSON -Y WATSON - - y WATTS OOUG V ' " ■ lAMES W- WILSON RY WINKELMAN .- . Li WINSTON Tenth Row: ? B YEAGER •■• " . ' ES YOUNG GlENN ZAMORSKI 183 HE SIGMA ALPHA MU JOEL PIASSICK LARRY SPELLER ROBERT LEVIN ROBERT MARVIN SHAPIRO President Vice-President Secretary STEINBACK Pledge Master Treasurer Sigma Alpha Mu was founded at City College of New York. Sigma Gamma Chapter came to Tulane in 1920. Since that time the chapter has continued to grow in size and stature. The men enjoyed a crowning rush week this year, pledging many promising young men; then began the usual circuit of parlies, including the wild Obnoxious Party, the Gril- Party and the Pajama Party. Sigma Gamma was active in many ways on campus, boasting Harvey Stahl, UC Board President; Ron Goldberg, Steve Moss and Stacy Roback, committee chairmen; Jerry Greenbaum, Pan-hlel Athletic Chairman; Bob Steinbach, secretary of Beta Alpha Psi; Elliott Singer and Randy Moret, Who ' s Who selectees; and ODK Joel Piassick. The fraternity was outstanding in Pan-Hel competition, winning the Pan-hiellenic Scholarship Trophy. Many brothers, including Jerry Greenbaum, captain of the Golf team, were active in sports. The Sammies feel that they carried on the fraternity ' s traditions this year and look forward to a very promising future. Finally, A Winner At The Samnny House. " So You Say You Want A Loan. " 4lktfiAiTLAf Jf i. 9 9 4i l1 O Q ifA i First Row: SHELDON ARTZ JACK COHEN STANLEY CO " ?N JULIAN EPS- •. BURTON Fir.- Second Row, MAYER FINftLi ' titJ ROBERT FRANKEL STEVE FREEDMAN DONALD FRIEDMAN STEVEN GELLER Third Row: MARSHALL GCRSON JERRY Gin PAUL GLAZER LARRY GOLDBLAn HERBIE GOLDSTEIN Fourth Row: JERRY GREENBAUm ARNOLD HIMMELSTEIN MARVIN ISENBERG JEFFERY KORACH KENNETH KORACH JERRERY LEH RMAN Fifth Row: FRED LEVITIN HERBERT MILLER RANDY MORET STEPHAN MOSS BRUCE PALTROW ARTHUR PULITZER Slith Row: SRuCE RHODES STEPHEN RINDLEY STACY ROBACK GEORGE ROTH MILTON RUBEN BILL SHAPIRO Seventh Row: ELLIOTT SINGER HARVEY SINGERMAN JERRY TOBIAS BRUCE TURNER ROBERT WEINER GORDON WOLF Not Picturad: Sam Altman. A J. Blocl, Bernard Burlo, Rlcs ' d Cohen. Michael Co ' Doutsch. Leonard F«i- man Fried. Rob« ' - T Gsldbero - Gordon Mevor, -•I Reiner. . aore Ranial. Sfevo ftosontna ' . 1- Bernard Woist. William -o ■ Monroe Za ' kin, MicHae ' 185 I SIGMA CHI JOHN WOLLNEY JAMES E. BYRAM President Vice-President CHRISTOPHER SCHALLER Secretary ROBERT L. SAIN Treasurer Sigma Chi was founded at Miami University of Ohio in I 855. Alpha Omicron chapter came to Tulane in I 886. Since that time the chapter has continued to grow in size and stature. The men enjoyed a remarkable rush week this year, pledging many promising young men; then began the usual circuit of parties, including the Pledge-Active Party, the Sweetheart Formal, in addition to Derby Day in the Spring. Alpha Omicron was active in many ways on campus, boasting Delph Gustitus, Green- backer ' s president, as well as leaders of various committees and groups. Charlie Genre returned, safe and somewhat sober, from JYA in Paris. The fraternity remodeled and enlarged the kitchen this year. The Sigma Chis feel that they carried on the fraternity ' s traditions this year and look forward to a very promising future. Wine, Women, And Song. v4 " » K C O " ( Mil FIrjf Row: LEE HEWLEH AStCEW II ROBERT M. 8AILLIET CLEMIT DURHAM BARNES VICTOR BARRIOS DON G. BENSON HUGH F. BURNETT Second Row: PATRICK A. CALLAHAN GARY R. CATREN JAMES L. COCHRUN JERRY L COLBURN DAVID EUSTIS JOHN D. EUSTIS Third Row: RICHARD S. FAVOR CHARLES F. GENRE DELPH A. GUSTITUS JAMES G. GUTHRIE HENRY HALLER, JR. CHRISTOPHER H. HELLER Fourih Row: ARTHUR J. JOHNSON FLEETWOOD JOINER DOUGLAS KELLY ROBERT L. LOBRANO EDWARD LOGUE DENNIS MALFER Fifth Row: ROBERT McKENZIE RICHARD MOISE BRYAN NEARN CRAIG NELSON LEE H. PARRISH WAYNE PEARL Sixth Row: THOMAS Y. PEARSON DAVID G. PERLIS RAYMOND RIZZO BENJAMIN H. SANDERS ERIC SANKEY ROY N. SELLERS Seventh Row: MARVIN E. SMITH WILLIAM E. SPANGLER scon STALLINGS MILTON E. STEWART RONALD THORNTON FRANCIS M. TOUPS Eighth Row: GERALD VARLAND GEORGE VIAULT THOMAS A. WELLS DONALD WINKLER Not Pictured: Staphon L. Boll. Tom W. 6c Josoph C. Berqoron, Re Carter. Dick L. Chick, Jair.ei r.-itor. James Eaton. Michael C " ■ v3 d Werner, Pniiip Wrengio. M7 u SIGMA NU ANTHONY J. RIZZO President HERBERT E. LONGENECKER Secretary CHARLES E. HEINBERG Treasurer MICHAEL P. PORTER Pledge Trainer Sigma Nu was founded at Virginia Military Institute In 1869. Beta Phi chapter re- turned to Tulane in I 96 I . Since that time the chapter has continued to grow in size and stature. The men enjoyed a formidable rush week this year, pledging 17 promising young men; then began the usual circuit of parties, including the wild Christmas Party, the St. Patrick ' s Day party, and the Jungle Party. Beta Phi was active in many ways on campus, boasting Hullabaloo Editor George Foster, Theta Nu President A. J. Rizzo, and Mike Porter, ODK and Phi Beta Kappa. The Sigma Nus feel that they carried on the fraternity ' s traditions this year and look forward to a very promising future. Busy As Bees Building Homecoming Decorations. Pat ' s Pad Finds Couples On Foot. mni ' ldl2k First Row: F. J. BARTHELME STEPHEN T. BENNETT HOWARD C. BOSTON DOUGLAS A. CULLEN Second Row: JERROLD DICKMAN PETER D. FARRIS GEORGE FOSTER CHARLES R. GREEN Third Row: GEORGE HARRIS ADAM M. HERTIG ROBERT E. HILL DAVID B. KRUGER Fourth Row: PHILLIP MARKS WILLIAM L NASH JAMES F. RAY VICTOR R. ROSE Fifth Row: PHILLIP SCHEPS DAVID S. SHUGHART JAMES STEWART JERRY S. SUnON Slith Row: GEORGE WERKLE WILLIAM E. WRIGHT JAMES WARSON Not Pictured: Emon A. Mahony John Mannis. John H. Matlhewi. Wm. Waton, Carl C ' emonti. Jamos Davis, John Burdett. Will iam H!qdon, William Kcnnpr Jamas Newbill. Jerry Ebersbalo- Slovall Kcndricks III. James Block- I TAU EPSILON PHI Uv u M f hdiM MALCOLM STANLEY STEVE ROSENTHAL RICHARD LEE MARTY ROBINSON KURZBAN Recording Secretary ROTH WEINSTEIN President Vice-President Corresponding Pledge Trainer Secretary Tau Epsllon Phi was founded at Columbia University in 1910. Epsilon Kappa chapter came to Tulane in 1956. Since that time the chapter has continued to grow in size and stature. The men enjoyed a comforting rush week this year, pledging 24 promising young men ; then began the usual circuit of parties and climaxed the year with the Sweetheart Formal in the spring. Epsilon Kappa was active in many ways on campus. The TEPs feel that they carried on the fraternity ' s traditions this year and look forward to a very promising future. The TEP ' s At Pat ' ! The End Of Another Sabbath. ■•-fM ■Ms-. gMh First Row: RICHARD COHEN STEVEN FAHEL NORM GALEN STEVEN GLANTZ Second Row: DAVID JONAS STANLEY KANN KENNETH KAUFMAN MARSHAL KRAGEN Third Row: LELAND LIFSCHIZ DANIEL PRESSER KENNY POLLOCK GERALD SPRINGER Fourih Row: RICHARD STRAUSS WARREN TRAHLER RICHARD TYLER MARK WICKMAN Fiflh Row: STEPHEN A. WOLF Not Picturtd: John Ballard. Philip Barlar. Jorold Benily. BanneH Braun, Tommy Jagendorf, Loiter Lit. Sanford Kulnar. Donald Miller. Richard Lee Roth. Claude Schle- sinaor. Richard Vendia. 191 T[l ZETA BETA TAU DONALD L. KORTZ HARRY P. LEBOW EDWARD LOBMAN HENRY M. President Vice-President Secretary ROSENBLUM Treasurer WILLIAM R. CAPLAN. Pledge Master Zeta Beta Tau was founded af the Jewish Theological Seminary in I 898. Sigma chap- ter came to Tulane in 1909. Since that time the chapter has continued to grow in size , and stature. The men enjoyed a glorious rush week this year, pledging many promising young men; tl-.en began the usual circuit of parties, including the wild week-end parties and the open houses after football games. Sigma was active in many ways on campus, boasting Marty Davidson, Pan-Hel President; Andy Lang, Hullabaloo Business Manager; L. A. Train, Chairman of the hlonor Board; and Ronnie Rabin, Freshman class President. The fraternity was outstanding in Pan-hlel competition, finishing second in the 1961 race and third in scholarship. The ZBT ' s feel that they carried on the fraternity ' s traditions this year and look forward to a very promising future. An Aesthetic Experience. Firjf Row: ROBERT APPLEBAUM MICHAEL BERENSON JAMES BREMAN ROBERT STEVEN BRIER JAY L. BUCKMAM JEFFERY P. C ' . FRED OAVtC •■ MARTIN D. DAVIDSON Sacond Row: MICHAEL FELDMAN ROBERT M. FlERMAN LOUIS Y. FISHMAN AVRON FOGELMAN KENNETH FRIEDMAN STEPHEN S. FROCKT JAMES M. GERSON STUART GHERTNER Third Row: STEVE GLASSMAN DAVID GOLDRING STEVEN M. GOLDRING WM. A. GOLDRING HOWARD G. GOLDSMITH GERALD GOLDSTEIN MALCOLM GOODMAN JEFF GORMAN Fourth Row: HERBERT HALPERN RANDOLPH B. HELLER FRED HIMOVIT2 NEIL M. HIRSCH HOWARD HURTIG BEN F. JACOBS R. L. KALMANS WILLIAM KAT2 Fifth Row: MICHAEL H. KOCH DAVID KORONES JAY KRACHMER WILLIAM F. KULP EDWARD LEIBMEN DONALD LEVY RONALD LIEDEKER LARRY LOEB Siith Row: IRA J. LONDON HENRY LOWENTRITT WILLIAM H. LUX WILLIAM L. MIMELES MARK L. NATHANSON JOHN PACHTER EDWIN PALMER LARRY PFEFFER Seventh Row: RONALD RABIN THOMAS RIES BERT ROBERTS GERNARD H. ROSEN RICHARD ROSENFELD JOHN ROSENTHAL PAUL RUDNICK FREDERIC SAPIRSTEIN Eighth Row: JOHN SCHIRO JIM T. SCHWARTZ WILLIAM SHENK MICHAIL S. SHEPARD S. G. SHERMAN ROBERT G. SLOANE DONALD SOLOMON STEPHEN L. SONTHEIMER Ninth Row: SIDNEY STEINER CHESTER STORTHZ JEFFREY TARTE LEE ALAN TRAIN LEONARD VEDLITZ STEVEN G. WAGNER ROBERT WEINSTEIN PETER WEIL Tenth Row: STEVEN R. WIESENBERGER REW N. WOUMAN 193 m HOWARD A. NELSON, JR. Custodian JOSEPH VILLARD, JR. Treasurer ROBERT T. LOVE Vice-President DONALD T. EDGERTON President Nu Sigma Nu Medical Fraternity was founded in 1882 at the University of Michigan by Dr. William Mayo and a group of associates. Beta lota Chapter at Tulane was founded in 1910. Its chapter house, located on St. Charles Avenue, is the largest in the national fraternity. The year begin with a very successful rush, highlighted by the annual banquet, held at the Metairie Country Club. Many enjoyable social functions were held during the year. Standouts among these were the hHomecoming Reception for alumni, two buffet- suppers, a Mardi Gras Costume Party, and the annual South Sea Island Party. The final event of the year was the annual reception following graduation held in honor of the new graduates and their families. The fifteenth Rudolph Matas Lectureship was held this spring. The guest speaker was Dr. Warren hi. Cole, professor and head of the Department of Surgery at the Among Nu Sigma Nu ' s distinguished alumni are the following: The late Dr. Rudolph Matas, one of the country ' s most outstanding physicians; Dr. hiarold Cummins, Assistant Dean on the Medical School and former head of the Department of Anatomy; Dr. Alton Ochsner, retired head of the Department of Surgery; Dr. Ralph Platou, head of the Department of Pediatrics; and Dr. Robert Heath, head of the Department of Psy- chiatry and Neurology. NU SIGMA NU WIVES ' CLUB MARILYN KNOLLE President Marcia, Abide, Mitzi Albers, Linda Barnes, Linda Butler, Lyndeil Depp, Jan Elizey, Ann Faulk, Liz Fielder, Flora French, Frankie Gay, Marilyn Grant, Sandra Riern, Ellie Hunt, Dorothy Engberg, Annette Jones, Marilyn Knolle, Sheila Latta, Terry Mason, Sara Lee Meyer, Sharon MAY LOUISE WELCH Vice-President ANN FAULK Secretary ELLIE HUNT Treasurer Mosman, Claudette Neese, Harriet Nelson, Martha Reeves, Dorothy Shaffer, Sandra Shamblin, Judy Smith, Linda Smith, May Louise Welch, Susan Youngblood. William G. Aldns, John A. Albers. Roberf N. Arrol, Edsel J. Aucoin. William C. Bailey, David L. Barnes, William S. Bass. B. Eugene Berry. William A. Bloom. C. Plowden Bridges, William R. Bridges. L. Randolph Brown. Jay B. V. Butler, Philips J. Carter. Jr.. Richard A. Coulon. Kent Cutror, O. Richard Depp III. David E. Dine. David J. Drez. Jr., William B. Drummond, Donald G. Drummond. Dean B. Ellithorpe Edgerton. Charles L. Elliott, William J. Ellzey. Alan G. Engberg. W. Page Faulh. Darwin L. Fellder, S. Floyd Fraser, Jr.. Ronald J. French, James S. Gay. John H. Gay. James H. Godfrey. Thomas P. Gonsoulln. William H. Goodloe. Jr.. Thomas A. Grant, J. Willi am Green. William R. Hardcastle. James A. Head. Jr., Hector H. Henry, Barrle C. Hlern, Thomas M. Irwin, Jr.. Euclid A. Isbell, Jr., H. Earl Jones, Robert L. Jones. Jr., Guy E. Knolle. Jr.. Jon W. Knolle. James W. Lj- . - . B. Lansing U S. Henry La Rocca. James R. La Rose. C. A. Latta. K. M. Lauqhiin, Arthur G. Lochrldge, Jr., Robert T. Love, Jr.. L. Keith Mason. Jr.. Louis T. Maumus. Frank O. IvicGhee. John H. McGowen III, Parlor H. Meyer. M. Joe Moore. John O. Mosman, Donald J. Neese. Howard A. Nelson, Jr., C. B. Odom. Jr.. James C. Parker. J. O ' Don Penix, Albet+ Prieto. H. Mallory Reeves, Glenn L. Scott. Malcolm P. Scott, Jr., Francis J. Salman, Jr.. John C. Shaffer. William R. Shamblln. Thomas W. S- • " " " ---.o C. Stohlman. Robert W. Taylor. Tony M. Toledo, Joseph John F. Walker. Philip G. Waller, Jr., Vincent Vincent III. Jame, . ' . . . ' -. Jr.. Linton A. Whltaker. Jamas A. White III, J. Dudley Youman III, John W. Youngblood. Jr. m 95 Mki GEORGE WIRT JONES JOHN MURFE- WALLACE SMITH ARRINGTON Co-Rush Chairman Co-Rush Chairman Treasurer President PHi CHI Omicron of Phi Chi was founded at Tulane on December 20, 1902, being the sixth Phi Chi chapter chartered. The present chapter house is located on famous St. Charles Avenue in the heart of one of the historic sections of old New Orleans. Built by a cotton baron at the turn of the century, " The Rock " is a definite entity among the picturesque homes along the avenue. In the fields of student government and scholarship, members of Phi Chi perennially are very active and fill positions at every level. Goodman B. Espy III as President, H. Kent Beasley as Vice-President, and James H. Patterson, Jr. as Secretary are officers of the student body. I he Senior Class clainns . H. Newsome as Vice-President, and T. D. Giles as Secretary for its officers. Phi Chi is also well represented in the Junior Class with M. B. Peorie as President, Robert E. Treuting as Vice-President, and Phillip E. Williams, Jr. as Treasurer. The Sophomore Class officers include W. hiarry Baigance as Vice-President, and John F. Tannehill as Treasurer. Phi Chi is also well represented in the Honor Council, History of Medicine Society, SAMA, and A.O.A. In the way of entertainment, the chapter leaves nothing to be desired. Anyone who has ever attended our two annual formals, the monthly parties, or the famous South Sea Island Party can surely attest to this fact. All in all our aims are simple ... to combine scholarship, leadership, and fellowship. " Did you notice that they ' ve changed the time for Dr. Klldare! " " Our future nutrition specialists. ' Stephen Aclter, Robert Alig, Robert Allday, George Arrlngton, Don B. Bane. Salvador J. Barranco, Esly M. Barreras, Jr., Haley K. Beasley, Ferdinand F. Becler, William T. Bennett, William A. Bohart, James C. Bottle. Jim B. Brame, William H. Brigance, James L. Cain, William J. Carr, Jr., Eldridge Carroll, Jr., Jack D. Clayton, Thomas J. Clemmons, Jr., Marion E. Cockrell. Jr., Solon R. Cole, George W. Cook, Jon D. Cooksey, Frank M. Crittenden, Charles H. Crocker, Chester C. Danehower, Jr., Benton C. De La Houssaye, Jr., John W. DiGiglia, James T. Doster III, Edmond C. Dyas. James S. Eaton, Jr., John B. Ederington, Louis J. Escalada, Goodman B. Espy, Benjamin B. Ferdon, Ken Fesler, William T. Finch, Richard C. Finn, John T. Fitch, Patrick M. Flanagan, George W. Freeman, Luther H. Fulcher, Jr., John V. Garoutte, Thomas F. Gilchrist. Henry W. Giles, Thomas D. Giles, Floyd S. Gonder, Jr., John K. Graham, William L. Graham. Richard J. Grayson, Jr., James D. Green, John M. Gregory, Orin T. Grier, Robert W. Griffiths, Stanley W. Haily, Daniel E. Hanby, Charles R. Hand. William L. Hand, John G. Hanklns. Gordon Hardy, Ronald Haskins, William R. Healy, Edward L. Heartfield, Chesley Hines. Jr., James B. Holder III, James A. Holliday, Jr., Ira H. Holt, George E. Hooks, Jr., Jack C. Hoover. Robert A. Houston, Evan P. Howell, Tim N. Howell, Samuel E. Hyde, Marvin H. Jeter, Jr.. John H. Johnson III, James W. Johnson. William C. Johnson, Jr., Wirt A. Jones, Jr., Oscar T. Kersey, Jr., Thomas J. Klllian. Wendell H. Kisnar. Louis F. Knoepp. Jr., Wesley W. Lake, Jr., Douglas W. Lamppin. Edwin H. Law- son, John M. Lazarus, Fredric A. Lewis. Andrew Lombardo. Jr., Russell C. Lowery, Davis C. McCool. Robert A. McCormick. Jr.. Robert L. Mc- Donald, Andin C. McLeod. Jr.. Richard L. Mackey. Frank L. Mancuso. Carter W. Mathews, David W. Meeker. William 8. Messor. Dennis F. Moore, Toxey M. Morris, John A. Murfee, Jr.. Robert M. Murfee, Guy R. Newell, Jr., Heber H. Newsomo, Jr., Charles P. O ' Brien. Ralph S. Owlngs, Jr., Donald Palmlsano. James H. Patterson, Jr., Robert M. Pat- ton, Maunsel B. Poarce, Edward E. Pennington, James A. Pittman, Ernest L. Pope, Newton G. Quanti, Jr.. Shed H. Roberson, Jr., Hugh C. Rogers, Jr., Howard H. Russell, Jr., Courtney L. Russo, William B. Sayo, John C. Scharfenberg, Harry J. Schmidt, Jr.. Richard C. Schmidt, Robert J. Schmidt. Edward G. Scott, Jr., Gall N. Shulti, Arnott D. Smith. Jr., Goor o J. W. Smith, Wallace H. Smith II, James E. Sponco. Edward Spoto, Jr.. John F. Steel, Jr.. Kenton W. Stellwagen, Michael Sullivan, Roger C. Stuttle, Jr., John Tannohlll. Rei Toeslink. Stephen R. Thomas. George W. Thurmond, Robert E. Treuting, Nelson O. Tyrone. Jr.. Guy T. Visa, Jr.. Sidney H. Warren, Jr., Kirk H. Webster. 0. I. Wilkinson, Jonathan R. Williams. Jr., Phillip E. Williams. Jr.. John T. Wilson. Lcu c C. Wilson. John F. Wood, William C. Woolverlon, John B. Your- ■ G. Zafflrlni. u 197 4 ,1 ADMINISTRATION The guiding light in the life of every Tulane student Is the adnninistration of the University, the father-lilce leadership that channels each student through his colle- giate years. 199 u From President Longenecker to Bill Ar- gus, Tulane ' s campus abounds with supe- rior administrative leadership. A compli- cated but efficient hierarchy of competent individuals provides the guiding force be- hind the student body, the University, and the individual colleges, whose deans are among the best-loved of all memories of Tulane life. The graduate of Tulane can only feel gratitude to the oft-overlooked administrators who have helped him hurdle the obstacles of collegiate life. 200 •-i-» . -- ;-r r I ' ;, ' ■( m ' - ? :.■: ' . .;:. „;iw! ' - ' ' ' ' ADMINISTRATION 202 ' ' 1 W««A:a THE PRESIDENT S MESSAGE To the Class of 1962: When a college class approaches Commencement, the outlook and prospects of its members reflect current national and world conditions. The Class of 1932 faced a depression; those of 1942 and 1952 faced war. The Class of 1962 faces troubles of unprecedented complexity. The problems of war, though difficult, are often clearly understood; the problems of depression, though perhaps not so well understood, are at least identifiable. The problems of the times you face are difficult to understand and, frequently, even to identify. Uncertainty is frustrating, and sometimes frightening. There is a compulsion to oversimplify questions in order to find easy, categorical answers. I urge you to resist this com- pulsion. Rather, it is essential to seek solutions which are the most valid, whether or not they are easiest to reach or the most comforting. The overriding purpose of your educa- tion has been to prepare you to do this. You will need far more knowledge and wisdom than we of earlier generations of graduates have had if the free society of which we are so proud is to continue in anything like its present form. Also, you will need constantly to improve your learning, knowledge and skills to have the stature neces- sary to the task. Herbert E. Longenecker President BOARD OF ADMINISTRATORS As a privately administered, non-denominational Univer- sity, Tulane is governed by a self-sustaining board, incor- porated as the Administrators of the Tulane Educational Fund. The original membership was named by Paul Tulane, to re- ceive and administer the gifts for the University. Today com- posed of prominent Louisiana citizens, the Board consists of three ex-officio members in addition to the regular member- ship: the governor of Louisiana, the Mayor of New Orleans, and the State Superintendent of Education. The guidance of the Administrators is responsible for the continuing of Tulane ' s outstanding work in research and edu- cational service as well as every phase of higher learning. Left to Right: Leon Irwin, Jr., Richard W. Freeman, Gerald Andrus, Isidore Newman, II, Clifford F. Favrot, President hierbert E. Longe- necker, Joseph M. Jones, Lester Lautenschlaeger, Ashton Phelpa, Jacob Landry, Joseph Montgomery, Dr. Charles Eshleman, George Wilson, Mrs. Marie Louise Snellings. -T ' , ' f f -■ ■. ; f ,• N A OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION Dr. Roborf L. Lumiansty. Provost; Dr. Joseph Chandler Morris, Vice- President; Dr. Clarence Scheps, Vice-President and Comptroller; Dr. Fred Ray Cagle. Co-ordinator ot Research: Dr. John Percy Dyer. Dean of University College; Dr. Thonnas Theron Earle, Director of the Summer Session; Beatrice McMillan Field. Director of Alumni Activities; Dr. Wil- liam Ray Forrester, Dean of the School of Law: Dr. John Randolph Hub- bard. Dean of Newcomb: Dr. Lee Harnie Johnson, Dean of the School of Engineering; Dr. Walter Lewis Kindelsperger. Dean of the School of So- cial Work; Dr. Maxwell Edward Lapham, Dean of the School of Medicine; John William Lawrence, Dean of Iho School of Architecturs: Alvin I. - Lyons. Director of Development; Dr. William Wallace Pec ' the College of Arts and Sciences; Horace Calvin Ronegar. the President and Director of Athletics; Dr. Howard Graha . Dean of the School of Business Administration: Dr. John Henry S( re- Dean of Students; Dr. Paul Carey Trickett. Director c ' ' ' ■ " l ' - " ., Health Service: Robert Louis Talmadge. Director • Library; F ' ?rcnce Wtnti Toppino, Registrar; Dr. Cliff Vi ■ Dire • 205 Mrs. Mildred B. Barkley, Coordinator of Activities and Secretary io U.C. Director; Mr. Louis Berndt, University Center Assistant Director; Tom McKay, Budget Officer; Dr. James C. Ching, Supervisor of Forensics; Rev. George D. Hopper, Coordinator of Religious Activities; Mrs. Flora Kelly, University Center Program Secretary: Dr. Samuel S. McNeely, Jr., Director of International Office; Mrs. Georgia G. White, Secretary to the Dean of Students; Mr. Jesse B. Morgan, Adviser to Publications; Mr. Einar N. Pederson, University Center Director; Dr. J. Karlem Riess, Adviser to Fraternities; Mr. James D. Schneider, Director of Placement. DIVISION OF STUDENT LIFE Mrs. Dorothy RIcciutI, Dean of Women The day-to-day administration of University affairs is di- rected by an efficient group of officers: a Vice-President, several deans, directors and others, who are charged with the rule of the various departments and divisions of the Uni- versity. It is through the efforts of each of these that Tulane students are counseled, advised, informed, and serviced. The Tulane student derives endless benefits from the adminis- trators, each of whom is an expert in his field. The essential role of these men and women in the conduct of University affairs, and their dedication to their work has earned warm applause and thanks from numberless Tulane students. 206 The aims of the Tulane Student Program are threefold and infinitely important. It seeks to enable the student to comple- ment his formal studies with social and cultural growth, to give him opportunities to develop his interests and apprecia- tions through companionship, and to help make his college years enjoyable both in actuality and in retrospect. New facilities — residence halls, dining areas, athletic fields and courts, health services, and the astounding University Center — have kept pace with the demands created by the increasingly in-residence character of the student body for a full campus life. The staff members of the Division of Student Life extend heartfelt congratulations to the students who have toiled so endlessly to create the 1962 JAMBALAYA for the excellence of their production: the recording for the fond memories of seven thousand Tulanians of the year ' s activities. Dr. John H. Stibbs, Dean of Studenh Dean Stibbs in conference with an interested parent Dean Stibbs with personal secretary, Mrs. White ■••■I ' -.-. ' Sk-l 207 TULANE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION The Tulane Alumni Association was incorporated in 1898, dedicated to broad principles of loyalty and service to the University and its Alumni. During the past sixty-four years it has grown from a few local alumni to a world-wide organiza- tion of more than 35,000 members living in each of the fifty states and in sixty-six countries. The Alumni Fund, inaugurated sixteen years ago, has provided more than $2,323,000 in an- nual giving for the needs of the University. The Association ' s other contributions to higher education have been equally important. The annual Tulane Conferences presented by the Association and Alumni Clubs bring to many Southern cities programs in the specialized fields of science, the humanities, law, medicine, engineering, social work, etc. Other activities include hHomecoming, reunions, local clubs and publications for alumni. The Newcomb Alumnae Association is composed of some 8,900 alumnae, graduates and non-graduates. The office is in the Tulane Alumni House where files are kept containing current addresses of former students. Clubs of alumnae are located in leading cities. The association has two national meetings annually — at Homecoming in the fall and at Commencement in the spring. All former students are considered members of the Association. Georgia S. Fischer, Executive Secretary, Newcomb Alumnae Association Beatrice M. Field, Tulane Alumni Activities Director Dr. Mason, President of the Tulane Alumni Association, crowns Home- coming Queen. Jane Kelleher Riess, President of the Newcomb Alumnae Association 208 TODAYS EVENTS 6 t5 6 30 6 30 730 800 8 30 EVENTS WEDNESDAY I BUS MEETING SRAPPAUC SOCIAL WORK LUNCHEON SOCIAL WORK UN IV CO MM ON STATISTICS PUB REL DIV UC FINE ARTS DIV OF CULTURE UC SPOTLIGHTERS HOBBIES LAGNIAPPES COSMOPOLITAN T U PAN HELLENIC RECREATION FILM DR DYER TESTEMONIAL DINNER PRE MED PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT CONCERT ROOM U STONE STU COUN A B PRES A B W C R STU COUN A B UC COMM PRES B UC COMM HOBBIES AREA ANDERSON HUNT UC COMM ANDERSON HUNT STONE CRAM STU COUN A B PRES A DIXON THE NEDERLANDS QUARTET MON THRU FRI FOOTBALL UNASSIGNED ARE THE 1962 JAMBALAYA EFFECTIVE SEPT 5 noop STUDENT GOVERNMENT 209 STUDENT COUNCIL Bill Argus, President Glenn House Vice-President Tuclty Moss, Secretary L. A. Train Representative at Large Tulane Honor Board. Left to Right: Seated, Don Bierman, Gus Elmer. Glenn House, Kathy Knoiie; Standing, John Morton, Bill Barr, Jay Buckmann, John Ailcan, Hank Winklenian, Good- man Espy. The Tulane Student Council, the voice of the Tulane stu- dent, boasts a membership of elected representatives from each of the nine colleges which comprise the University, the presidents of the colleges, and five officers. The Council ' s advisors are Dean John hH. Stibbs, Dean of Students, and Mr. Einar Pedersen, Assistant to the Dean of Students. This year ' s Student Council leader, the Student Body THE TULANE STUDENT COUNCIL 210 student Activities Board. Left to Right: Seated, Lady Helen Hardy, L. A. Train, Toby DeLony, Drew Wollman: Standing, Elliot Singer, Joe Marcal, Bill Barr, Bill Sellers, Mary Capps. Newconr b Honor Board. Left to Right: Seated, Becky Hoffman, Lynn Orkin, Kathy Knolle, Cathy Donovan, Hariett Bobo: Standing, Marilyn Cohen, Marsha Bonnell, Berdine Anderson, Sue Davidow, Sue Temple- ton, Tippy Reimers, Pat Firman. President elected on promises to combat " creeping high- schoolism " and to fight prohibition in the University Center, is Bill Argus, a senior in Architecture. hHis Vice-President is Glenn House; Tucky Moss is Secretary; and L. A. Train is Representative at Large. Among the controls exercised by the Council are budgeting in all student affairs and advising of all student organizations. The Newcomb student, however, is more nearly self-gov- erning, for the Student Government Association enables all students to participate in the Newcomb government and formulate its policies. The Newcomb Student Council, com- posed of class presidents, school presidents and student body officers, is the major division of Newcomb government. Newcomb Student Council. Left to Right: Front Row, MikU Pelliterri, Rivers Alfred, Lynn Orkin, Lady Helen Hardy; Back Row, Linda Hines, Hariett Bobo, Susan Shanklin, Tucky Moss, Phyllis Glazer, Cheryl Levin, Ann McDonald, Sue Davidow, Kathy Knolle. 1 UNIVERSITY CENTER COMMITTEES The Tulane University Center provides a beautiful and functional center for creating spirit thru students working together on common problems and projects. Students and faculty members mingle in the cafeteria, the snack bar, and the bookstore and spend many informal hours in the various lounge, sports, and recreation areas, hiere also dozens of campus organizations hold their regular meetings and their parties, teas, and dances. Lectures, art exhibits, and discus- sion sessions are frequently scheduled. Publications are ed- ited and competitions and elections held. And committees work constantly to give the University a vigorous student government and a varied and stimulating program of cul- tural and social events. Thus Tulane ' s University Center is fulfilling the purpose for which it was designed, that of a unifying force in the life of the University. " Moby Dick " presented by the Dublin Theater Players Another day, another trip to the University Center Harvey Stahl. President Marty Rothberg, Vice-President Susan Shanlclln. Vice-President Finances Anne Franks, Secretary Cosmopolitan The Cosmopolitan Committee, headed by Volker Seifert, provides a neutral ground in which the 300-odd foreign stu- dents on campus may assimilate, and in which the Tulane student may acquaint himself with political, economic and cultural systems other than his own. Contacts are made with consulates, the International Trade Mart, and International hlouse in New Orleans. Decorations The Decorations Committee strives to keep the University Center as attractive as possible by decorating for seasons and holidays, for dances and parties. Mike Toups is Chair- man of the organization. It also answers the need for any special posters required by other campus groups. Fine Arts Virginia Weissinger, as Chairman, leads the Fine Arts Com- mittee in its endeavors to stimulate interest in the arts by presenting expositions of films, plays, dance, literature, the plastic arts and painting. It also provides the opportunity for the student to exhibit his talents. 213 UNIVERSITY Hobbies Diana Weber is Chairman of the hHobbies Committee, which opens its workshop in the basement of the University Center to all students to offer complete facilities for build- ing and construction. Power tools, manual instruments, aid and advice, all are among the offerings of the Hobbies Com- mittee. Hospitality hteaded by Diane Polunsky, the Hospitality Committee tries endlessly to make visitors feel welcome on the Tulane campus, while making the student feel at home. Members are of service in conducting guided tours of the campus and University Center; ushering for concerts, lectures, and other programs; providing for prominent enterntainers (e.g. Dizzy Gillespie); and welcoming visiting varsity teams. Lagniappes Lagnaippes, with Lynne Haddock as Chairman, sponsors dances in co-ordination with the spirit clubs before every home football game, the Orientation Dance, the Home - coming Dance, and novelty dances. Lyceum The Lyceum Committee, headed by Stacy Roback, provides Tulane and Newcomb students prominent speakers on cur- rent events, plans the annual faculty lecture series, and acts as a sounding board for the expression of student opinion on the leading issues of the day. 214 CENTER Music The Music Committee, led by Chairman Warren Jung, programs all musical events sponsored by the University Center. The committee also co-ordinates and controls the two music listening rooms on the UC mezzanine. Publicity The function of the Publicity Committee, under Chairman Danny Schwartz, is to publicize and promote all University Center activities. The committee uses all forms of publicity, including the Hullaballo, WTUL, television, downtown news- papers, magazines, posters, brochures and handbills. The committee also produces the publicity booklet about the UC. Recreation Recreation for Tulane and Newcomb students is provided by the Recreation Committee, and especially its chairman, Steve Moss. This year the committee helped create a bridge club, a chess club, and an organized instructive class in SCUBA diving, as well as sponsoring films on sports from time to time. Spotlighters The Spotlighters Committee, run by Chairman Carol Graves, searches in every nook and cranny of the University for hidden talents in student and faculty members. Finally, the talent hunt culminates in programs sponsored by all committees. 215 The Tulane Inter-House Council is the governing board of the male dormitory resi- dents, composed of the presidents of each of the houses and a representative from each. The president of the council is elected by a vote of all the dormitory residents, and represents no particular house. The principal purposes of the council are the settlement of the various problems that arise among dormitory residents and the maintenance of a body through which the stu- dents can voice their opinions to the University. The Council also publishes an annual newspaper, sponsors Homecoming decoration contests, supervises freshman dormitory orientation, and sponsors various social functions during the year. This year ' s council will long be remembered for initiating campusing for men, stressing the maturity and individual freedom of Tulane dorm residents. TULANE INTER-HOUSE COUNCIL OFFICERS MICHAEL HARRIS President DANIEL SCHWARTZ Secretary-Treasurer WILLIAM RUBIN President Pro Tern HARVEY J. KELMAN Public Relations JAMES DAVIES Advisor NEWCOMB INTER-HOUSE COUNCIL OFFICERS PAT FIRMAN President SANDY NOBLE Vice-President The fourteen black-robed beauties of the Council are the representative body of the Resident Student Government Association at Newcomb, and they attempt constantly to develop some efficiency in the government of students relating to the conduct of individuals and the student body as a social group. The Inner Council wields the greatest power with jurisdiction over making rules, inflicting penalties, and enforcing their penalties with arbitrary freedom as to the severity and degree. While the success of any self-governing body is dependent upon the responsibility of the individuals who compose it, its standards are only as high as its alignment to the principle that governs all Western systems of justice: The quality of mercy is not strained. 216 COLLEGES 217 The Tulane School of Medicine, organized in 1834 as the iviedical College of Louisiana, was the first nnedical college in the Deep South or Southwest. From an institution established to train physicians to combat the diseases peculiar to the area, Tulane medical school has grown into an institution of learning as broad as the entire area of medical knowledge. Its services are international in scope. Its research programs are supported by grants amounting to $30,000,000 a year. Its fifteen departments, representing the basic medical sciences and the several clinical specialties, are housed in three buildings. The Richardson Memorial Building and Din- widdie hHall are located on the main University campus, and the hHutchinson Memorial Building is located in downtown New Orleans, adjacent to the Charity Hospital of Louisiana at New Orleans. The medical student body and faculty profit from nine annual lectureships. At the Annual Ivy Day exercises, nine- teen awards are presented to members of the senior class who have distinguished themselves in their studies. An annual Senior Scientific Session affords an opportunity for selected senior students to present results of their research projects. In addition to the lectureships, four medical fraternities spon- sor a variety of social functions during the year, a principal event being the annual Cadaver Ball. I 219 F. W. Tllton Memorial — The Law School The Law Library ... of course Dean Ray Forrester SCHOOL OF LAW The Tulane School of Law, established in 1847, has long enjoyed a distinguished reputation for training students in the fields of civil and comparative law, as well as for training students to be thoroughly grounded and highly principled practicing lawyers. The unique legal history of Louisiana, combined with the geographical position and Latin culture of New Orleans, makes it particularly appropriate that Tulane Law School should attract and serve a varied group of stu- dents with a diversity of legal programs. A distinguished feature of Tulane School of Law is that its instructio n is offered to a select student body of ideal size. The relatively snnall student body, taught by a highly qualified faculty that takes a personal interest in each student, generates an enthusiasm and high morale which nnake the task of studying law a rich and rewarding experience. The proud and imposing structure of Tilton Memorial, the Zemurray Law Dorm, tutorials, seminar classes, cases to be briefed, Tulane Law Review, Moot Court, Legal Aid, Derby Day and the Barristers ' Ball — all are integral parts of the law students ' varied activities at Tulane School of Law; all con- stitute a mixture of academic and recreational activities that go toward developing the whole lawyer and the whole nnan. 221 Dean Walter L. Kindelsperger Social Work Dean Robert M. Lumlansky Graduate School GRADUATE SCHOOL AND SOCIAL WORK The Tulane University School of Social Work was organized in 1921 and expanded in 1927 under a Rockefeller Founda- tion grant. Here specialists in human relations are trained, and, as graduates of the School, they make up the staffs of federal, state, and private v eltare agencies and institutions. The School offers a two-year curriculum, leading to the Master ' s degree, for work in such fields as family casework, medical and psychiatric social work, child welfare, and social welfare planning. In addition to their classroom studies, so- cial work students are assigned two and a half days a week to various New Orleans social agencies for field instruction. Begun in the Fall of 1961, the School of Social Work now offers a Third Year Residency program in practice, and a doctoral program leading to the Ph.D. in Social Welfare. The Tulane Graduate School, established in 1883-1884. Is the training ground for college professors and research scholars, and offers programs leading to the degrees of Master of Arts, Master of Science, Master of Fine ArJs, Master of Arts in Teaching, and Master of Education. It also offers a Ph.D. in twenty-eight fields, and in certain areas is the only school in the South to offer this traditionally highest academic degree. The Graduate School is undergoing very rapid development, having more than doubled its enrollment in the past five years, and attracts graduate students from some four hundred different institutions in all parts of the world. 223 The college of Arts and Sciences. Tulane ' s liberal arts di- vision for men, is the largest division of the University for full-time students. It offers curricula leading to the B.A., B.S., and B.F.A. degrees for its own students and general- education courses in the curricula of the schools of Architec- ture, Business Administration, and Engineering. It also pro- vides many faculty members of University College and the Graduate School. Many of the Arts and Sciences classes are held in Gibson Hall, the oldest building on campus, but the College also makes use of all or parts of more than a dozen other buildings. Major emphasis In the College In recent years has been on the pursuit of excellence in both instruction and research. Admissions standards have been raised; the quallty-of-work rules for remaining in school have been made more exacting; the faculty has been strengthened by the addition of new members: and special programs have been developed for superior students. 225 Newcomb College was established in I 886 by Mrs. Jose- phine Louise Newcomb as a memorial to her only daughter, Harriott Sophie, who died at the age of fifteen. Newcomb was the first co-ordinate college for women in the United States. As such it enjoys its own buildings and campus, its distinct traditions and history, and its own faculty, thus pre- serving the congenial atmosphere of a small liberal arts col- lege. Yet there is no academic, cultural, or social Isolation. As as integral component of a major university system, New- comb offers its students the manifold benefits attendant to Tulane. In terms of library resources, the great variety of course offerings, and the caliber of instruction assured by the presence of a Graduate School of recognized excellence, Newcomb is indeed rich in its ability to offer a truly liberal education. 227 Norman Mayer Building — Business School Go Ahead . . . Punch lt!l Dean Howard G. Schaller COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION To educate men an d women for careers in Business Man- agement, the School of Business Administration provides an undergraduate division and a graduate school. The under- graduate phase offers a four-year program integrating a broad selection of studies in the Sciences, Social Sciences, and Humanities with professional courses designed to en- gender a thorough knowledge of sound business principles. The graduate division offers a two-year program designed to acquaint students with the application of analytical tech- niques to the solution of business problems. Students with backgrounds in the liberal arts, sciences, and engineering find the Master of Business Administration program particularly suited for professional careers in business management. In addition to these instructional activities, the faculty of the School serves the business community through engaging in Economics and Business Research. The instructional and research programs have earned for Tulane ' s School of Busi- ness Administration a national reputation for quality and excellence. Slums of 2062 Homemakers of the Future Dean John W. Lawrence SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE Tulane University first offered a complete Architecture curriculum in 1907. Today the school represents a long-un- broken tradition as an early exponent of arctitectural educa- tion at the collegiate level in this country. The School offers a five-year program leading to the Bachelor of Architecture degree, and has as its first objective the professional qualification of its students to practice archi- tecture. The enrollment of students and some twenty faculty members, with many others in the University cooperating. seek the fulfillment of this objective in their joint effort to identify the decisive forces of the twentieth century, an understanding of which offers the only hope of deliverance from environmental chaos. Putting these forces to construc- tive and imaginative use is a large task: it can be performed only by men and women who are competent both in the art and science of building, and who are, at the same time, liberally educated so as to have meaningful cultural motivations. B.iilAWi nsrwHU 231 Flexibility is the keynote in the Engineering program at Tulane University. A student in this program is offered courses in the humanities and the social sciences, and is given the opportunity of participating in the advanced placement and honors sections. A student can pursue the study of Engineering through the conventional four-year program leading to the Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree, or he may extend his curricu- lum throughout a five-year period with provision for over fifty hours of humanities and social studies leading to the B.S.E. degree with a minor chosen from the liberal arts. Selected students with excellent records may arrange for study in a cooperating German or British university for full credit toward the Bachelor ' s degree. In the Master of Busi- ness Administration combined program, a student receives a B.S.E. degree after four years and a M.B.A. degree in one additional year. The choice of roads offered the Tulane Engineering student is no longer limited by a restrictive curriculum, but extends into virtually every field of study In the University program. 233 Dean John P. Dyer, University College UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AND SUMMER SCHOOL University College Building The Tulane Summer School conducts a twelve-week session in which courses are offered from the curricula of the College of Arts and Sciences, Newcomb College, Business Adminis- tration, Engineering and Graduate Schools. The credits earned in the Summer School may be applied in those col- leges, as well as in colleges of other universities offering similar programs. The session is divided into two six-week terms, except for evening courses which are conducted on the basis of a single longer term. A student may enroll in either term or both, and earn a semester ' s credit in a subject for each six-week term. In addition to the regular courses the Summer School also offers several workshops and institutes in certain fields, as well as a program in English and orientation for foreign students. Educational programs for adults are deeply rooted in the history of the University, for since the University of Louisiana became the Tulane University of Louisiana a series of courses Dr. T. T. EarJe, Dean of Summer School A Summer day . . . but still the books for adults has been conducted. Eventually there evolved a Division for Teachers which carried on classes in the evening and on Saturdays. With the establishment of the School of Business Administration, evening classes became an integral part of its program. University College was established on August 6, 1942, to carry on the work of these two important divisions of the University — The Division for Teachers, and the Evening Di- vision of the School of Business Administration — as well as other programs for the benefit of adults in New Orleans. Since 1942 University College has steadily expanded its curricula and now enjoys full status as one of the undergrad- uate degree-granting colleges of the University. The College offers a variety of programs leading to degrees and certifi- cates. The encouragement of informal adult education pro- grams is also an important phase of its work. The College derives its name from the fact that it offers courses selected from the fields of the arts, sciences, and business administration as represented in various colleges and schools of the University. Although it is primarily the evening division of the University, some of its students take day classes as well. 235 ' 0 SIS ' PUBLICATIONS 236 HARLAN SCHMIDT Editor-in-Chief BILL NUSSBAUM Business Manager Associate Editor Buddy Rosen Gayly Assigning Rival Associate Editor Hans Jonassen to His Respective Place of Importance. 1962 JAMBALAYA The 1962 JAMBALAYA Is the spontaneous expression of students in their reaction with the University they attend, for it represents, for the first time in recent Tulane history, a look at the familiar sides of campus through a totally dif- ferent perspective. Although we have tried to be impartial, we were forced to admit that several phases of the Institution need not be satirized. In any case, our only testimony is the product before your eyes; our humor is only as re- sounding as your laughter. It must be admitted that we were laying five to one to any takers that we ' d finish when the operation began to take shape last February. After all. Editor Harlan Schmidt seemed only capable of leering at young women; Associate Editor Hans Janassen ' s forte was pencil-sharpening; Associate Buddy Rosen was the Jamb mys- tery man, unseen until March I, deadline day; Copy Editor Joel Gardner seemed to be an escapee from Mandeville, a bomb always sitting on his desk; Photographer Marty Boor- stein vastly preferred Mexico to the Jamb office. In short, the corner rooms of the basement of the U.C. were in a state of thorough disorganization. 237 Sections Editors Receive News That We Actually Have A Deadline. Editors Warren Unverzagt, Doug Conner, Danny Schwartz, Johnny Graves, Janet Stell, Barbara Bloom, Sherry Brown, June Wilkinson, Kathy Sangster. Photographer Marty Boorstein Demonstrating Typical Concern for Appointments and Deadlines. But we did it. The credit must be given especially to Mas- cot Janet Stell, who lost her section, but ended up one of the driving forces behind the staff; to the corps of Freshman typists whose little fingers must be pretty calloused by now; and to the JAMBALAYA beauties who are colncidentally staff members. And without Kathy Sangster to direct all the menial tasks, the classes section would be a puzzle of uncon- nected names and faces. Then there was Bargain Bill Nussbaum keeping us honest, counting the shekels that went in and out, filling the copy room with the grossest jokes known to mankind, but selling space at a fantastic clip, pulling in the ad money that no yearbook can do without. Anyway, it was a kick for us to put this book together, and we, the staff members of the 1962 JAMBALAYA, offer heartfelt hopes that you ' ll laugh as much reading this as we did writing it. Business Staff Eddy Leibman and Bill Nussbaum (You Wonder Why We Have So Many Ads?) EDITORIAL STAFF HARLAN SCHMIDT Editor HANS JONASSEN Assistant Editor BUDDY ROSEN Assistant Editor JOEL GARDNER Copy Editor MARTY BOORSTEIN Photography Editor W.THOMAS ZANDER Photographer THOMAS SHORE Photographer LYNDA HARVEY Features DANNY SCHWARTZ Athletics KATHY SANGSTER Classes DOUG CONNER Fraternities RUTH SPIRER Sororities JOHNNY GRAVES Honorarles PORCHER MILES IV Art JUNE WILKINSON Professionals BARBARA BLOOM Administration JUDY WAITE Colleges PATTI FISHBURNE Publications SHERRY BROWN Spirit JANET STELL Organizations KATHY DONOVAN Music and Drama WARREN UNVERZAGT Military Copy Editor Joel Gardner (Who We Suspect Is the Mad Bomber on Campus), Writing His " Quiet, Noncontroversldl " Copy. 1962 JAMBALAYA Staff: Front row. Sue Weinberg, Marsha Solomon. Sandy TIce, Gretchen Blrosalt, Barbara Bloom. Janet Stell, Sherry Brown. June Wlllcinson, Cathy Donovan. Ann Williams, Back row, Warren Un- venagt, Gene Sentell, Joel Gardner. Bill Nussbaum, Doug Conner, Dannv Schwartz, Johnny Graves. When This Shot of Classes Editor Kathy Sangster Working Was Taken We Will Never Figure Out. You ' re PosiUve We Don ' t Need One More Person To Crop This Picfurd? HULLABALOO From the dim and misty past history of the Hullabaloo, there still shines forth one cardinal principle by which every year ' s staff has operated faithfully: Never let your left hand know what your right hand is doing. This year ' s staff is proud to say that it has lived up to this motto gloriously. Some of them even have the motto tattooed on their right fore- arms. The secret of their success lies in their very composi- tion, for a more delightful collection of disorganized workers has yet to grace the campus. His Editorship, George Foster, continually inspires the staff by bellowing about how little work everyone is doing, and how he is about to summarily fire them all. Associate Editor Bob Hill takes aspirin, moans, stares into the corner, and ponders philosophical problems. Feature Editor Beth Bagby, constantly decked out in raincoat and tennis shoes, sits and thinks of new reasons for having late copy, and Managing Editor Joanne Omang hums gay little tunes to her- self while busily scratching out everything but the trivia from the week ' s news. In the next office, Business Manager Andy Lang schemes to sell one-third of every page for advertising — the middle third. Assistant Don Levy and Circulation Manager Bill Katz sharpen pencils, laugh at Andy, and circulate. Amusements Editor Dean Gottehrer, alias Mark Dean, Dean Mark, Gottehrer Mark, ad nauseam, and columnists Buzzard, Clark, Marcal, Rivers, and Katz grind out their columns and gripe about their underestimated importance. Cartoonist Kay Davenport has the right idea — she just bounds into the office, throws her cartoons into the air, and bounds out with a maniacal laugh. There you have it — the hardworking and dedicated stu- dents who put out the Hullabaloo each week. As this year becomes a part of that dim and misty past, the staff would like to say that it has tried its best to both live up to the an- cient Motto, and to put out a college newspaper of a re- sponsible and serious nature. They have enjoyed the year with its work and opportunities, and hope that the Hulla has seemed as successful to all Tulanians as it has to them. OFFICERS GEORGE E. FOSTER Editor-in-Chief DAVID A. LANG Business Manage ROBERT E. HILL, JR Associate Edito JOANNE OMANG Managing Edito BETH BAGBY Feature Editoi DEAN GOTTEHRER Amusements Editoi CLYDE BUZZARD ' - Columnis ROBERT CLARK Columnis- RONALD KATZ ' Columnis JOE MARCAL ' . . . . Columnis RICHARD RIVERS Columnis- MARTIN KIRBY News Edito KAY DAVENPORT Artis GAYLE PETERSON . ... Artis GAYLE ROSENTHAL .... Fraternity and Sorority Corresponden GLORIA CORNELL MARY MATHILDE SALAUN NANCY SNELLINGS Assistan Staff Workei Staff V orke CHARLES HEINBERG Siaff V orke PHILIP B. SCHEPS Staff WoAe HERBERT E. LONGENECKER. JR Staff Worke BETSY ROOSA Staff Worke NINA MaclNTOSH Staff WoAe MARTIN BOORSTEIN Photographe W. BATTLE VAUGHAN .... .... Photographe DONALD LEVY Business Administrative Assistan WILLIAM KATZ Circulation Manage DAVID A. LANG Business Manager GEORGE E. FOSTER Ed;tor-ln-Chief 240 Sitting: Gayle Rosenthal, Dean Gottehrer, Mary Mathilde Salaun, Joanne Omang. Standing: Battle Vaughan, Beth Bagby, Martin Kirby, Ellen Conmy, Richard Rivers. ROBERT E. HILL, JR. Associate Editor Assistant Business Manaaer Donfl ' H lew and Manaaer And Lana The Tulane Student Directory Is the campus answer to the New Orleans telephone book, providing student, faculty and staff with a handy aid and reference. Not only is every Tulane and Newcomb student listed, with local addresses and phone numbers and home addresses given, but the Directory also contains a listing of University extensions and campus and student organizations. Ron Katz; the Directory artist, devised a humorous cover for this year ' s Issue. TULANE STUDENT DIRECTORY OFFICERS BOB TESSLER Editor MIKEMARVINS Business Manager MICHAEL WEINROBE Associate Editor RICHARD RUSS Assistant Editor DONALD BIERMAN Owner WAVE OFFICERS ANN LOUGHRIDGE Editor CARROLL DURAND Art Editor JAMES DAVIES Advisor When the greenest of the Greenles hit the Tulane campus, shafts of hayseed still sitting on their lower lips, only one path is opened to them: read the Wave. For until the freshmen get to glance at this handy little booklet, they have not the slightest idea of what fhls Tulane deal is all about. Fortunately, the Wave tells them. It describes Tulane ' s history and heritage, lists cheers and school songs, describes student life and government, groups on campus and the constitution. This year ' s Issue even Included (Oh holy of Holies) an autographed picture of BILL ARGUS. Even so, It is a very useful publication. 242 The Tulane Law Review, the oldest collegiate law journal in Louisiana, is pub- lished quarterly by the students and faculty of the School of Law, with ennphasis on the study of comparative law. The Review includes scholarly articles by leading advocates, as well as articles by students, dealing with current legal problems, and prepared by members of the Student Board of Editors. The Review ' s board is composed of honor students in the School of Law who have proved exceptional in legal writing. LAW REVIEW OFFICERS TOM BERGSTEDT Editor LARRY BENSON Assistant Editor BILL PORTEOUS Assistant Editor ELDON SALLON Assistant Editor WTUL WTUL is the noise that pervades the campus at 550 kilocycles, cleverly piped hrough the University electrical system. The station, the only campus organization that is self-supporting and independent, features " music, " news, drama, contests and assorted other " entertainments. " Seventy well-equipped staff members and five well- equipped executives man the well-equipped technical facilities, operating on the " carrier-current " principle of well-equipped radio transmission. WTUL is theoretically important in the publicity of campus events, information of the student body, and that old abstraction " entertainment. " This year was marked by sweeping reforms and the winning of several awards for outstanding achievement. William T. Clark III is the " general manager. " 743 %,M I i,0,i !A), ■V- ;vV CLASSES The core of any group in a dennocracy is the people who comprise it. The great- ness of Tulane is conceived in the nearly seven thousand people who populate it. 245 The glory and grandeur of the Green Wave of Tulane is in the heartbeat of the droplets that compose it. Each student gives of hinnself to the highest of his abil- ity; he is rewarded with the honor of know- ing Us University to be a great Institution. As he contributes to the University, so in future years will the name " Tulane " in- spire awe In all to whom he utters it. And he will have the satisfaction of knowing that he was a cog In a truly great machine. 246 First Row: STEVEN N. ABRAMSON, Marbville, La.; Phi Delta Epsilon. DANIEL M. ADAMS, Panama City, Florida. GEORGE LAMAR ARRINGTON, Meredian, Mississippi; Phi Chi. Dnd Re HALEY KENT BEASLEY, Dallas, Texas; Phi Chi; Alpha Omega Alpha; Vies President Medical School Student Body. WARD C. BOURDEAUX, Meridian, Mississippi. PHILIPS J. CARTER, JR., New Orleans, La.; Alpha Tau Omega; Nu Sigma Nu. Third Row: VICTOR P. CHISESI, JR., New Orleans, La. SOLON ROBERT COLE, McComb, Mississippi; Phi Chi. DAVID COOKSEY, Ashland, Kentucky; Phi Chi. Fourth Row: FRANK M. CRITTENNEN. New Orleans. La.; Phi Chi. JAMES DANIEL DEAN, Cleveland, Ohio. ALBERTO E. DE LA GUARDIA, New Orleans, La. Fifth Row: JOHN W. DeGIGLIA, New Orleans, La.; Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi. JAMES SAMUEL EATON, Gulfport, Mississippi; Owl Club. DONALD GORDON EDGERTON, Alexandria. La.; Nu Sigma Nu, President; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Owl Club, President. Sixth Row: MONTY R. ELLISON, Springfield, Missouri; Alpha Kappa Kappa; President Student Medical Association. GOODMAN B. ESPY, III, Jackson, Alabama; Beta Theta Pi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Chi; Owl Club; Chairman Honor Council; President Medical Student Body; President Sophomore Class. BENJAMIN BETHEA FERDON, Norco, La.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Chi. Seventh Row: JAMES D. GATTS, Bedford, Ohio. JOHN HAMILTON GAY, New Orleans, La.; Nu Sigma Nu; Executive Con mittee; Student American Medical Association. DOUGLAS W. GREVE, New Orleans, La.; Alpha Kappa Kappa. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE rfv ituaim ,.- -.T ' xamasasait N I 248 SENIORS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE First Row: FRANCOIS HARAVEY, Douglas, Arizona; Kappa Alpha; Owl Club. JACK CLIFFORD HOOVER, State Collegs, Mississippi; Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society, President; Treasurer of Junior Class; Omicron Delta Kappa. EUCLID A. ISBELL, JR., New Orleans, La.; Phi Chi; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Phi Beta Kappa. Second Row; W. CECIL JOHNSON. JR., New Orleans, La.; Phi Chi; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Phi Beta Kappa. GUY E. KNOLLE, JR., Houston, Texas, Nu Sigma Nu. S. H. LA ROCCA, New Orleans, La.; Nu Sigma Nu. Third Row: FREDERICK Y. L. LEE, Honolulu, Hawaii. ANDREW J. LOMBARDO, Tallulah, La.; Phi Chi. RICARDO E. LOPEZ, Panama City, Republic of Panama; Alpha Epsilon Delta. Fourth Row: THOMAS E. LOWE, JR., Houston, Texas, Alpha Kappa Kappa. WILLIAM B. MATHEWS, JR., New Castle, Pennsylvania. LEONARD MICHAEL MATTES, New Orleans, La.; Phi Delta Epsilon; Alpha Epsilon Delta. Fifth Row: GARY CLAY MORCHOWER, Dallas, Texas; Phi Delta Epsilon, President; Alpha Epsilon Delta. CHARLES B. ODOM, JR., New Orleans, La.; Beta Theta Pi; Nu Sigma Nu. JOHN H. OVERTON, Hammond, La.; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Phi Beta Kappa. Sixth Row: NELSON PEREZ-TRUJILLO, Havana, Cuba. JAMES A. PITTMAN, Tylertown, Mississippi; Phi Chi. MALLORY REEVES, Selma, Alabama; Nu Sigma Nu. Seventh Row: DAVID J. RUSSIN, Miami Beach, Florida. HARRY J. SCHMIDT, JR., Biloxl, Mississippi; Phi Chi. ROBERT J. SCHMIDT, Biloxi, Mississippi; Phi Chi. MH 249 SCHOOL OF MEDICINE First Row: W. H. SHELTON II, Tucson, Arizona; Alpha Kappa Kappa. SAMUEL SHOSS, Houston, Texas; Phi Delta Epsilon; Alpha Epsilon PI; Alpha Epsilon Delta. THOMAS LUTHER SMITH, JR., Birmingham, Alabama; Delta Tau Delta. Second Row: HARVEY TOBERT SPAR, Forest Hills, New Yorlc; Phi Delta Epsilon. WILLIE CHONGWON SUHR, Seoul, Korea; Alpha Epsilon Delta. LIDA INGE SWAFFORD, Mobile, Alabama. Third Row: VICTOR TSANG, Hong Kong. GERALD WASSERWALD, Freehold, New Jersey. JAMES WEATHERSBY WELCH. JR., Alexandria, La.; Nu Sigma Nu; Presi- dent, Senior Class; Alpha Omega Alpha, President; Owl Club. Fourth Row: WILLARD J. WING, Santa R osa, California. GEORGE H. YAMA, Honolulu, Hawaii. J. C. YANG, Seoul, Korea. MEDICAL SCHOOL UNDERGRADUATES First Row: CHARLES PLOWDEN BRIDGES. Baytown, Texas; Phi Delta Theta; Nu Sigma Nu; Pre-Medical Society; Greenbackers. JIM GAY, Biloxi, Mississippi; Nu Sigma Nu. JAMES H. GODFREY, Monroe, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Nu Sigma Nu. TOM GONSOULIN, Jeauerette. Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega; Nu Sigma Nu; Phi Eta Sigma. Second Row: SAM E. HYDE III, Atlanta, Georgia; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Chi. THOMAS M. IRWIN, JR., Jacksonville, Florida; Phi Delta Theta; Nu Sigma Nu; Adelphons. JAMES H. PATTERSON. Jr., Birmingham, Alabama; Phi Chi; Secretary of Medical School. BERT PONIG, San Francisco, California; Phi Kappa Sigma; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa. Third Row: ALBERT PRIETO, JR., New Orleans, La.; Alpha Tau Omega; Nu Sigma Nu; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Kappa Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Sigma lota; Who ' s Who; Owl Club, Secretary-Treasurer; JAMBALAYA Hall of Fame; Phi Pi Sigma. ALEXANDER P. ROSIN, Sarasota, Florida; Phi Delta Epsilon; Alpha Epsilon Delta. MALCOLM SCOTT, West Memphis, Arkansas; Nu Sigma Nu. JAMES ALEXANDER WHITE III, Alexandria. Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Nu Sigma Nu; Alpha Epsilon Delta. sanaiiammmifti m l. j««f , 250 -K SCHOOL OF LAW First Row: LAWRENCE K. BENSON. Metalrie, La.; Omicron Delta Kappa: Law Review. THOMAS MILION BERGSTEDT, Sulphur, La.: Kappa Sigma: Phi Delta Phi: Order of the Coif: Pi Siqma Alpha: Law Review. BERNARD H. BERINS, New Orleans. La.: Alpha Epsilon Pi: La Soclete du Droit Civil: Phi Delta Phi; Queens Bench; Young Democrats. A. J. BLOCK, JR., Thibodaux, La. Second Row; DONALD OGDEN COLLINS, New Orleans, La.: Phi Delta Theta: Vice- President, Student Bar Association; Student Activities Key: Phi Delta Phi. THEODORE CONTONIO III, New Orleans, La.; Delta Tau Delta; Phi Delta Phi; Young Republicans. ROYCE A. FINCHER, JR., New Orleans, La.; La Soclete du Droit Civil; Phi Delta Phi. JOE D. GUERRIERO, Monroe, La.; Eta Sigma Phi; Phi Alpha Delta: TUSK, Pi Lambda Beta; President, Freshman Law Class. Third Row: KENNETH WAYNE FORD, Houston, Texas; La Societe du Droit Civil; Phi Delta Phi; Sigma Delta Pi; Moot Court Board. ASHTON RICHARD HARDY, New Orleans, La.; Kappa Alpha; Omicron Delta Kappa; Scabbard and Blade; Moot Court Board, Presiding Justice; Student Activities Board. T. BARRETT HARRINGTON, Alexandria, La.; Sigma Chi; La Societe du Droit Civil; Queens Bench; Young Democrats. ODOM BERNHARDT HEEBE, Metairle, La.; Beta Theta PI; Delta Sigma Pi. Fourth Row: WALTER JOHN HOWARD, JR., New Orleans, La.; Moot Court Board; Phi Delta Phi; Phi Delta Phi Award. CHARLES STIRLING KING, Late Charles, La.; Kappa Sigma; Student Ac- tivities Key: Phi Alpha Delta, President; TUSK; Alpha Phi Omega; PI Lambda Beta. N. DAVID KORONES, Clearwater, Florida; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Phi. PIERRE LIVAUDAIS, Folsom, La.: Sigma Chi. Fifth Row: ROBERT D. MONTGOMERY, Bogue Chltto, Mississippi; Moot Court Board. BLANCHE MARIAN MYSING, New Orleans, La.; Moot Court Board. RONALD H. NEWMAN, New Orleans, La.; Kappa Alpha Order. J. DAVID PAINTER, Lake Charles, La.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi; Delta Sigma Pi; Varsity Football. Sixth Row; YOLANDA M. PALMER, Baton Rouge, La. FREDERIC F. PREAUS, Farmerville, La.; Kappa Sigma; Kappa Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Who ' s Who; Phi Delta Phi; Hall of Fame, I960. CHARLES FREDERICK SEEMANN, JR., New Orleans, La.: Beta Theta Pi; President, Senior Law Class: Kappa Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Who ' s Who; Moot Court Board; Phi Delta Ph i; Adelphons. FRED C. SEXTON, JR., Shreveport, La.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Kappa Delta Phi; Who ' s Who; Hall of Fame; Phi Delta Phi. Seventh Row: WARREN M. SIMON, JR., New Orleans, La.; Kappa Sigma; Phi Alpha Delta. Secretary. RHODES J. SPEDALE, JR., Plaquemlne, La.; Phi Alpha Delta. JOHN A. STASSI II, New Orleans; Delta Epsilon Phi; Phi Delta Phi, Vice- President; Honor Board; Moot Court Board. 251 First Row: NELSON JAEGER BECKER, Logansport, Ind.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Who ' s Who; Delta Sigma Pi; Sreenbaclcers; Captain, AFROTC. JOHN E. BERGSTEDT, Sulphur, La.; Kappa Sigma; Pi Sigma Alpha; Presi- dent. Pi Sigma Alpha. ROBERT CAMBELL BUCKLEY, Atlanta, Ga.; Young Democrats. JAY L. BUCKMAN, New Orleans. La.; Zeta Beta Tau; President, Honor Board; Delta Sigma Pi. Second Row: VINCENT J. CIOLINO. New Orleans, La.; Phi Kappa Sigma; La Societe Du Droit Civil; Phi Delta Phi. FRANK. A. COURTENAY, Metairie, La. ROBERT GEORGE HELLER. Monroe, La. BARRY HILLEBRANDT, Lake Charles, La.; Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa. Third Row: Ne Orleans, La.; Beta Theta Pi; Pi Kappa Alpha; Sigma Phi HAYWOOD HANSELL HILLYER III, Young Republicans; Conservative Club. HARRY L. HOPKINS. JR., St. Louis, Mo. Epsilon; Omlcron Delta Kappa; Who ' s Who HARRY IRELAND, Memphis, Tenn.; Pi Kappa Alpha; Adelphons. PHILIP E. JAMES, New Orleans. La.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Fourth Row: ROBERT E. JEFFERS, JR., New Orleans. La.; Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Delta Phi; N.D.T.A. IGNATZ G. KIEFER, New Orleans. La.; Honor Board; Varsity Football; Young Democrats; Delta Sigma Pi; Greenbackers. JERRY MASHAW. New Orleans, La.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Secretary, Pan- Hellenic Council; Omicron Delta Kappa. AUGUSTINE MEAHER 111, Mobile, Ala.; Phi Delta Phi. Fifth Row: WILBERT E. McREYNOLDS, DeRidder, La. HARRELL PAILET. New Orleans. La.; Delta Sigma Pi. CHARLES B. PEATROSS. Shreveport. La.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Vice-Presi- dent. Business Administration; Delta Sigma Pi. MICHAEL P. PORTER, New Orleans, La.; Sigma Nu; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Sigma Alpha; Phi Delta Phi; Law Review; Pan-Hellenic Council. Sixth Row: DAVID E. REDMANN, New Orleans, La.; Treasurer. Freshman Law Class; Delta Sigma Pi. CHARLES EDWARD RICHARDS, JR., New Orleans, La.; Alpha Tau Omega. PAUL R. ROGERS, Pinevllle. La. EDWIN M. SCHROEDER, New Orleans, La. Seventh Row: WARREN F. TAYLOR. JR., Monroe, La.; Phi Delta Theta; Scabbard Blade; Cadet Colonel. AFROTC; Arnold Air Society. JAMES H. C. THOMAS, JR.. Hattiesburg, Miss.; Kappa Sigma; Scabbard Blade; Who ' s Who. STEPHEN T. VICTORY, Shreveport, La.; Kappa Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa; Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Who ' s Who; Law Review. JEROME MEYER WINSBERG, New Orleans, La.; Varsity Track. STEPHEN N. ZIMMERMAN, Houston. Tex.; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Delta Sigma Pi; Varsity Baseball; Greenbackers; Pi Lambda Beta. SCHOOL OF LAW 252 -K GRADUATES GRADUATE SCHOOL AND SOCIAL WORK First Row: CARLOS BANOMERA, Quito, Ecuador; School of Law. MICHAEL BERENSON, New Orleans, La.; School of Engineering; Zeta Betj Tau; A.S.M.E.; L.E.S. ROBERT J. BERRYHILL, Plantersvllle, Miss.; School of Social Work. SUSIE BLACKBURN BOYCE, New Orleans, La.; School of English and Educa- tion; Zeta Tau Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa; Tulane Band. Second Row: WILLIAM M. BOYCE, Tallahassee, Fla.; School of Mathematics: Phi Kappa Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa; Scabbard Blade; Phi Kappa Phi; PI Mu Epsllon. THURMAN COUCH, Benton, Ark,; School of Social Work; TUSSW, Vice- President. BEATRICE ENLOE, Mansfield, La.; School of Social Work. JACKSON F. FERGUSON, New Orleans, La.; School of German; Phi Beta Kappa. Third Row: ARSENIO GIRON, New Orleans, La.; School of Music. ROBERT J. GU IZERIX, New Orleans, La.; School of Engineering; A.S.C.E.; L.E.S. ELLIOTTE M, HAROLD. JR., Metairie, La.; School of Business Administra- tion. DANIEL J. HOY, North Ohmsted, Ohio; School of Philosophy; Philosophy Club, President. Fourth Row: CAROLYN JOHNSON, New Orleans, La.; School of Social Work; Phi Mu. WEN-KUANG KAN, Taipei, Formosa; School of Engineering; A.S.C.E. BURT HENRY KEENAN, New Orleans, La.; School of Business Administra- tion; Delta Kappa Epsllon. ADAM MEHN, JR., New Orleans, La.; School of Civil Engineering; Tau Beta Pi. Fifth Row: CHARLES HAMILTON MORGAN, Landrum, S.C; School of English. NELL ANN PICKETT, Utica, Miss.; School of English. JAMES FRANCIS RAY, Baker, Fla.; Political Science; Sigma Nu; Theta Nu; Hullabaloo; Young Democrats; Sailing Club. GERALD EDWARD RUSSELL, Jackson, Miss.; School of Social Work. Sixth Row: EDWIN PRICE RUSSO, New Orleans, La.; School of Mechanical Engineer- ing; Sigma Pi Sigma; A.S.M.E. JOHN SANDY, New Orleans, La.; School of Geology; Delta Sigma Phi; Sailing Club. GILBERT G. SMITH, Anson, Tex.; School of Spanish. NILS R. STADEAGER, Gentofte, Denmark; School of Business AdminJsrta- tlon; Beta Theta Pi. Seventh Row; E. MILTON WHEELER, Chlkasaw. Ala.; School of History. JAMES A. WHITTINGTON, JR., New Orleans, La.; School of Sociology and Anthropology. DAISY C. WOODARD, Shroveport, La.; School of Social Work. JOSEPH OSCAR YOUNG, JR.; Springfield, La.; School of Political Science; Pi Sigma Alpha. 253 First Row: LOUIS E. AYFARO, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. DAVID P. ALLRED, Wichita Falls, Tex.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. President; Eta Sigma Phi; Adelphons; Phi Eta Sigma. BURDINE C. ANDERSON, Houston, Tex.; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Newcomb Art School, President; Art Club; Honor Board; Newcomb Student Council; Student-Faculty Committee. KAY EVELYN ANDERSON, Romeo, Mich.; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Beta Beta Beta; Air Force ROTC Sponsor. Second Row: JUSTIN JOHN ANSEL, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. ROBERT LEWIS APPLEBAUM, Birmingham, Ala.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Philosophy Club; Young Republicans. FERNANDO A. ARGUELLES, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; A.S.M.E.; L.E.S. BALLARD L. ARGUS, Bay St. Louis, Miss.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega: Scabbard Blade; Sigma Pi Sigma; Cadet Staff Officer, Midship- man Lt.; Tailhook Club; Sailing Club. Third Row: WILBERT L. ARGUS, JR., Bay St. Louis, Miss.; Architechure; Alpha Tau Omega; Tulane Student Body President: Omicron Delta Kappa; Tau Sigma Delta; Who ' s Who; A. LA.; Greenbackers; Cadet Staff Officer, Midshipman Lt.; Sailing Club. CATHERINE ARNOLD, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Theta Nu. CAROL ANN AU, Mansfield, Ohio; Newcomb; Eta Sigma Phi; Oreades. MELVYN J. BACKES, Metairie, La.; Engineering; A.S.M.E.. President; L.E.S., Treasurer. Fourth Row: GARRY BAKER. Sarasota, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta; Cadet Staff Officer, Lt.; Tailhook Club. JOHN JAMES BARCELO ill. New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega, President; Phi Eta Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa; Pi Sigma Alpha; German Club; Varsity Letter, Golf, Co-Captain; Greenbackers. VALRY WARD BARR, JR., Gastonla, N.C.; Arts and Sciences. WILLIAM HUME BARR, Nashville, Tenn.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta, President; Arts and Sciences, President; Kappa Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice-President; Phi Eta Sigma; Adelphons; Honor Board; Student Activities Board. Fifth Row: DIANE BYARS BARRET, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega. BONNIE BAUMBACH, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma, President: Pi Sigma Alpha; Athletic Council; Barracudas, President; TUSK. VIRGINIA LYNN BEARD, Mobile, Ala.; Newcomb; La Tertulia; TUSK; Tulane Band; Sailing Club. MADGE PIERCE BECKER, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. Sixth Row: NELSON JAEGER BECKER. Logansport, Ind.; Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Who ' s Who; Delta Sigma Pi; Cadet Captain AFROTC; Greenbackers; Cheerleader. VIRGINIA BEEM, Atlanta, Ga.; Newcomb; Chi Omega. JAMES V. BENEDICT, Metairie, La.; Engineering: Senior Class President; Student Activities Key; Tau Beta Pi, President; Who ' s Who; A.S.M.E.; Intra- mural Council; Honor Board; Louisiana Engineering Society, President. DEE BENSON, Denver, Colo.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Adelphons. enth Re Falrforest, S.C.; Newcomb. La.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; PI MARY HUGHSTON BENSON, JOHN E. BERGSTEDT, Sulphur Sigma Alpha, President. ROBERT E. BERNARD, Metairie, La.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Sigma. JAN CAROL BERNSTEIN, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi, Secretary. 254 -h N I First Row: MARVIN BERNSTEIN, New Orleons, La.; Arts end Sciences. DONALD IRWIN BIERMAN, Mianni, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsllon Pi, President; Junior Class President; Delta Sigma Rho. President; Pi Sigmj Alpha, Vice-President; Student Activities Key: Who ' s Who; Student Direc- tory, Associate Business Manager; Glendy Burke Society, President; Honor Board; Pi Lambda Beta; Young Democrats. CHARLES RALPH BLACKBURN II, San Bruno, Calif.: Arts and Sciences: Pi Mu Epsilon, Treasurer; Math Club. Treasurer. JOANETT ROGERS BLACKBURN, Ft, Smith, Arit,; Newcomb: Who ' s Who. Second l ow: HUGH BLAIN III, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences. MARTHA ELLEN BLAIR, Shawnee, Okla.; Newcomb; Phi Mu, Honor Board: Newcomb Student Council: President, Music School; Tulane-Newcomb A Cappella Choir; JYA Club; Mortar Board; Who ' s Who; Opera Workshop. LYNDA CARYL BLANKSTEIN, Milwaukee. Wis.; Newcomb: Sigma Delta Tau, Vice-President. ALBERT H. BLEVINS. JR., Franklin, La.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta PI. Third Row: BARRY BLUMENFELD. Glen Rock, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences. WILLIAM STEWART BOLEN, Shreveport, La.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. MILTON MORRIS BOLLES, Dearborn, Mich.; Engineering; Kappa Sigma, President: A.S.M.E.; Louisiana Engineering Society. JOSEPH BONNER, Chalmette, La.: Engineering; A.S.M.E.; Louisiana Engi- neering Society: Drum and Bugle Corps. Fourth Row: W. M. BOYLE, JR.. Destrehan, La.; Engineering; Tau Beta PI; Alpha Chi Sigma: American Chemical Society; A.I.Ch.E.; Louisiana Engineering So clety: Phi Eta Sigma. JOSHUA L. BRENER, New Orleans. La.: Engineering: Scabbard Blade: A.S.C.E.; Louisiana Engineering Society. ARLENE K. BREUER. San Antonio. Tex.; Newcomb; Assets: English Club. CHARLES BLOWDEN BRIDGES, Baytown, Tex.; Phi Delta Theta, Pre-Medi- cal Society: Greenbackers; Nu Sigma Nu. Fifth Row: N. CRAIG BRIGTSEN, JR., New Orleans, La.: Arts and Sciences; Delta Ta-j Delta; Young Republicans, President. JEAN BRODERS, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega, Corresponding Secretary: Young Republicans. LARRY T. BROOKS. Warrington, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma: Sabre Jets: Arnold Air Society. HARRY CLAUDE BROUSSARD, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences. Sixth Row: MARGARET HAIL BROWN. Birmingham, Ala.; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Young Republicans; Newcomb Choir; University Chorus; Dormitory Council. ROBERT CAMPBELL BUCKLEY, Atlanta, Ga.; Business Administration: Young Democrats. JAY L. BUCKMAN, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Zeta Be ' a Tau; Honor Board. President; Delta Sigma Pi. BONNIE BURT. New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Phi Sigma lota; La Tertulla. Seventh Row: BRENDA BYRNE. New Orleans, La.: Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Mortar Board; La Tertulia; English Club, President. JAMES EDWARD BYRON, Monroe. La.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Delta. J. WILLIAM CABANISS, New Orleans, La.; Electrical Engineering: Phi Kappa Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega; A.I.E.E. LOUIS G. CAMERON. JR., Shreveport. La.; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma President; A.I.E.E.; WTUL. 255 First Row: SALLY P. CANFIELD. Rockford, IIL; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. PETE CAPDE PON, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Varsity Base- balL MARY K. CAPPS, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Assets; Mortar Board; JYA Club; Student Activities Board. CAROLE SHELBY CARNES, Shelby, Miss.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Young Republicans. Second Row: CYNTHIA ANN CASON. Dallas, Tex.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; La Tertulia, President. DON J. CHAISSON, Westwego, La.; Engineering; A.S.M.E.; Louisiana Engi- neering Society; I.R.E. JUDD HENDRICK CHIDLOW, Shreveport, La.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. CARRIE THELMA CHOW, Shelby. Miss.; Newcomb; JYA Club. Third Row: BOB CLARK, Houston, Tex.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta, President; Pi Sigma Alpha; Greenbackers; TUSK: Drill Team, Pershing Rifles; Cadef Staff Officer, Major; Pan-Hellenic Council; Phi Eta Sigma. MARTHA COLLINS, Houma, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Beta Beta Beta. ALAN FRANK CONE, Winter Park, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; Varsity Letter, Swimming; A Cappella Choir; Campus Nite; Concert Choir; Universit y Chorus; Sailing Club. ELEANOR WILLIAMS COOPER, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb. Fourth Row: CECILE COSTLEY, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; PI Beta Phi; Phi Sigma lota; Le Circle Francais. ANN KENAN COULON, Atlanta, Ga.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Senior Class, Secretary. LYN CRAWFORD, Atlanta, Ga.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Sigma Pi Sigma: German Club; Philosophy Club. RICHARD FRANKLIN CROMER, Miami, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Rho; Glendy Burke Society; Phi Eta Sigma. Fifth Row: STERLING ROBERT CRUGER. Indianapolis, Ind.; Business Administration; Kappa Sigma; Cadet Staff Officer, Lt. Col.; Arnold Air Society, Executive Officer. SUE DAVIDOW, Cleveland, Miss.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Athletic Council, President; Who ' s Who; Honor Board. MARTIN D. DAVIDSON, Meridian, Miss.; Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau; Business Administration, President; Who ' s Who; Delta Sigma PI; Pan-Hellenic Council, President. JOAN CAROL DAVIS, Houston, Tex.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau, Record- ing Secretary; Art Club; A Cappella Choir. Sixth Row: BETTY DEGRYSE, Wilmette, III.; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Young Republicans. ELIABETH " TOBY " DELONY, Florence, Ala.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gam.ma; Mortar Board; Who ' s Who; Student Activities Board; JYA Club. JO-ANN DESALVO, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Oreades; La Tertulia, Secretary. BEVERLY JOAN DICKERSON. Atlanta, Ga.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta PI- JYA Club. Seventh Row: EMILE H. DIETH, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Delta Sigma PI; Alpha Phi Omega. LYNN D ' lNGIANNl, New Orleans. La.; Newcomb; German Club; Bar- racudas. ANDREW M. DINSMORE, JR., New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. MARILY SUE DONSKY, Dallas, Tex.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau; Campus NIte; Pan-Hellenic Council. 256 N I First Row: EDWARD FRANCIS DORAN. Sarasota, Fla.: Arts and Sciences. ALICE LOUISE DORSEY. Danville. III.; Newcomb; Sailing Club. RONALD JOSEPH DREZ. New Orleans, La.: Business Administration; Cadet Staff Officer. Midshipman Ensign. GARY A. EDDINS. New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences: Delta Sigma Phi, President; Pi Sigma Alpha; Alpha Phi Omega: Young Republicans. Second Row: EDWIN ESSEX ELAM, JR., New Orleans, La.; Engineering; A.I.Ch.E. HAL ELLISON. New Orleans, La.; Architecture; A.I.A.; Cadet Staff Officer, Co. Commander " D " ; Sailing Club. AUGUSTUS ELMER III, New Orleans, La.: Engineering: Engineering School, President; A.S.M.E.: Honor Board. President; L.E.S.; Tulane Honor Council, Vice-President. ROBERT NEAL ENDEBROOK, Argentia, Newfoundland: Engineering: Scab- bard Blade: Tau Beta Pi; A.S.C.E.; L.E.S.; Cadet Staff Officer, Midship- man Lt. Third Row: MICHAEL RAY EUBANKS, Lumberton, Miss.; Business Administration: Varsity Letter, Tract; Hullabaloo. ROBERT C. EVANS, JR., Gretna, La.: Business Administration. BONNIE CAROLINE FAAS, Fresh Meadows. Ky.; Newcomb: Le Circle Francais: La Tertulia; Campus Nite: JYA Club. MILDRED ALINE FAGAN, Metairie, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma: Art Club. Fourth Row: SUSAN FEE, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi, Vice-President. SHERYL JEAN FELDMAN. Columbia, Tenn.; Newcomb; Mortar Board; Athletic Council: Greenbacters; English Club. LYLE W. FERGUSON, Monroe, La.; Engineering: A.S.M.E.: L.E.S. BENJAMIN FERNANDEZ-HERMO, Miami. Fla.; Engineering. Fifth Row: ROBERT M. FIERMAN, Birmingham, Ala.; Business Administration; Zets Beta Tau. JONEE FINE. Atlanta, Ga.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. PATRICIA FIRMIN, Wood, Wis.: Newcomb: Alpha Omicron PI; Resident Student Government Association, President; Dormitory Council, President: Honor Board: Beta Beta Beta, Historian; Homecoming Court. JOSEPH MARCEL FLECKINGER. JR., New Orleans, La.; Business Adminis- tration; Bets Alpha Psi, President. Sirth Row: FRANK D. FLORES, JR., New Orleans, La.: Arts and Sciences. WILLIAM NORMAN FLOYD, JR.. Houston, Tex.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. AVRON B. FOGELMAN, Memphis, Tenn.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Pi Lambda Beta; Young Republicans. OLIVER J. FORD, Shreveport, La.; Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Seventh Row: GEORGE E. FOSTER, New Orleans. La.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu: Theta Nu, President; Who ' s Who; Intramural Council, Vice-President; Hulla- baloo, Editor; TUSK: A Cappella Choir; Campus Nite; Concert Choir; Drill Team. Sabre Jets; Cadet Staff Officer, Second Lt.; WTUL. SUSANNE FOSTER, Lubbock, Tex.; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. JULIE FRANSEN, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Phi Mu; Chi Gamma Chi; Sailing Club. ROSE MARGARET FRATELLO, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb. 257 First Row: MICHAEL HENRY FREUND, St, Louis, Mo.; Business Administration: Delta Sigma Pi, President: Senior Class, Vice-President. G. S. " BUDDY " FRIEDRICHS, JR., New Orleans, La.: Business Administra- tion: Delta Kappa Epsilon, Vice-President: Delta Sigma Pi: Panhellenic Council, Judiciary Committee. NANCY JEAN GALLAHER, Shawnee, Okla.: Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Theta: Le Circle Francais: TUT; Glendy Burke Society: International Relations Club. ANITA GARCIA, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: Phi Mu; Oreades. Second Row: JOEL GARDNER, Los Angeles, Calif.; Arts and Sciences; JAMBALAYA, Copy Editor: JYA Club. GLENN B. GATIPON, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta; Eta Sigma Phi; Pre-Medical Society. DAVID K. GATTO, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; Hullabaloo. CHARLES F. GENRE, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Alpha Epsilon Delta: Pre-Medical Society; JYA Club; Phi Eta Sigma. Third Row: CATHERINE M. GERSTNER, Gramercy, La.: Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. LYNN MARIE GILLETTE, New Orleans. La.; Newcomb; La Tertulia. DORIS JEAN GINSBERG, Tyler, Tex.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau; Art Club. PHYLLIS GLASER, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Mortar Board, President: Newcomb Student Council: Sailing Club. Fourth Row: LINDA K. GLAZIER, Ft. Worth, Tex.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Senior Class, Vice-President; Tuiane Student Council. MILTON JAMES GODAIL, Arabi, La.; Arts and Sciences. JAMES H. GODFREY, Monroe, La.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Nu Sigma Nu. SYLVIA KLUMOK GOODMAN, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: Alpha Epsilon Phi; Beta Beta Beta; Mortar Board; Student Directory; Kappa Delta Phi. Fifth Row: MARILYN LOUISE GORDON, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Art Club: Sailing Club. SANDRA GRACE LIEBKEMANN, Shreveport, La.; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi- La Tertulia: Panhellenic Council, President. RICHARD N. GRAHAM, JR., New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Cadet Staff Officer. Major; Arnold Air Society: A.S.M.E. MORGAN A. GRANT, Sarasota. Fla.; Arts and Sciences: Cadet Staff Officer, Second Lt. Sixth Row: THOMAS ARTHUR GRANT III, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences: Delta Kappa Epsilon; German Club, Vice-President: Philosophy Club. MAT MARION GRAY 111, New Orleans. La.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. MISSY GREEN, Jackson, Miss.; Newcomb: Chi Omega; Young Republicans. JERRY GREENBAUM, Atlanta, Ga.; Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Mu; Varsity Letter, Golf; Greenbackers: Cadet Staff Offic er, Lt. Company Commander; Panhellenic Council. Seventh Row: LADY TRIMBLE GREENSLIT, Atlanta, Ga.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Dance Club; Young Republicans. JUDYTH FIELD GUSTAFSON, Hamden, Conn.; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Beta Beta Beta. DELPH ALBERT GUSTITUS, Loves Park, III.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Pre-Medical Society; Tuiane Varsity Club; Varsity Letter, Golf; Green- backers, President; Panhellenic Council; U.C. Board. W. DOUGLAS HALL, Camden, Ma.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; Hullabaloo; Greenbackers; Campus Nite, President. N I J First Row: MARIAN HAM. Shreveport, La.; Newcomb; Le Circle Francals. KEITH M. HAMMETT, Metalrie, La.; Business Administration; Beta Theta PI. Treasurer: Delta Sigma Pi. Chancellor: Adelplions: Sailing Club. PEGGY THERESE HANEMANN, New Orleans. La.: Newcomb: Alpha Oml- cron Pi; Oreades: Le Circle Francals. LADY HELEN HARDY. New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma Rush Chairman: Newcomb Student Body. Vice-President: Assets; Hullabaloo; Newcomb Handbook, Editor: Young Republicans: Panhellenic Council. Treasurer; Newcomb Student Council; Student-Faculty Committee, Chair- man. Second Row: IRA B. HARKEY III, Pascagoula, Miss.; Arts and Sciences: Delta Kappa Epsllon: Hullabaloo; TUSK. THOMAS LEE HARMAN, Lakewood, Ohio: Arts and Sciences; Phi Sigma; TUSK: Sailing Club. RALPH H. HARRIS, Uvalde, Tex.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. STEPHEN R. HARRIS. New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences. Third Row: RANDY HARRISON, San Antonio, Tex.; Arts and Sciences: Kappa Sigma: Pre-Medlcal Society. LYNDA HARVEY, Nashville, Tenn.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma: JAMBALAYA, Features Editor. JULIE HATTEN, Gulfport, Miss.; Newcomb; Phi Mu, President: Green- backers. MARTHA DUKE HAYES. Shreveport, La.; Newcomb: Chi Omega. Herald; Kappa Delta Phi. Fourth Row: MARCIA ALICE HERNDON, Canton, N.C.; Newcomb; German Club, Sec- retary-Treasurer; A Cappella Choir; Opera Workshop. ARTURO R. HERRERA, Guatemala City, Guatemala: Business Administ ra- tion: Delta Sigma PI. NORMAN C. HEYD. New Orleans, La.; Engineering; L.E.S. JUDITH HALLETT HICKS, Sarasota. Fla.: Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma. Fifth Row: ROBERT EDV IN HILL. New Orleans. La.; Arts and Sciences: Sigma Nu: Hullabaloo, Managing Editor: Cadet Staff Officer, Captain. NEIL HIRSH. Chicago, III.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau.; Hullabaloo. JOHN L. HOLLEMAN, Mobile, Ala.; Arts and Sciences: Philosophy Club. CLAUDIA HORACK BRISTOW. New Orleans. La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega. Sixth Row: RENEE MARIE HOTARD. New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; English Club. GLENN HOUSE. Houston, Tex.; Architecture: Kappa Sigma; Tulane Student Body, Vice-President; Omicron Delta Kappa: V ho ' s Who: A.I.A.: Honor Board: Student Activities Board. OTIS L. HUBBARD. Monticello, Ark.; Arts and Sciences: Phi Kappa Sigma: Senior Class President; Drill Team. Pershing Rifles; Cadet Staff Officer, First. Lt. LIBBIE HUBBS. St. Louis. Mo.; Newcomb: Phi Mu. Seventh Row; ELIZABETH STIRLING HUGHES. New Orleans. La.: Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Eta Sigma Phi. JAMES F. HUGHES, New Orleans, La.: Business Administration; Kappa Sigma; Honor Board: Student Council; Delta Sigma Pi. HOWARD I. HURTIG, Leiand, Miss.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Alpha Epsllon Delta; Aldelphons. President; Student Activities Board; JYA Club. SUELLEN HUSTED, Hammond, Ind.; Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Theta, Vice- President: Barracudas. 259 First Row: PHILIP J. HYMEL, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Tulane Band; Tailhook Club. SYLVIA A. IBELE, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Delta Phi; Sigma Pi Sigma, Secretary; Math Club, Secretary; Gamma Delta, Vice-President. THOMAS M. IRWIN, JR., Jacksonville, Fla.; Phi Delta Theta; Adelphons; Nu Sigma Nu. KAREN AMI JACOBSON, Highland Park, ill.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau; Campus Nite; Tulane University Theatre; JYA Club. Second Row: CAROLE ANN JAFFE, Houston, Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Kappa Delta Phi; P i Sigma Alpha, Secretary-Treasurer; Lagniappes. PHILIP E. JAMES, New Orleans, La.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. W. J. JEANSONNE, New Orleans, La.; Engineering: Louisiana Engineering Society. Vice-President; A.S.M.E. GAIL VIRGINIA JOHNSON, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; Newcomb; Oreades; La Tertulia; Young Republicans; TUSK. Third Row: LEIF E. JOHNSON, Fort Myers, Fla.; Arts and Sciences. BRENDA ANN JONES, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; German Club. RUTHIE JONES, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi, Vice-President. S. ROSS JONES, Woodville, Miss.; Arts and Sciences; Eta Sigma Phi; A Cappella Choir; JYA Club. Fourth Row: LINDA SUE KASTRIN, El Paso, Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. MYLES MATHIAS KATZ, New Rochelle, N. Y.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Pre-Medical Society. WILLIAM RAYMOND KEEVER II, Sulphur, La.; Arts and Sciences; Varsity Football. HARRY B. KELLEHER, JR., New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Order, President; Young Republicans. Fifth Row: CAROLYN KENNEY, Paris, Ky.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Mortar Board; Le Circle Francias; La Tertulia; Young Republicans; JYA Club. BEVERLY KERR, Metairie, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Pi Sigma Alpha. IGNATZ G. KIEFER, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Honor Board; Varsity Football; Young Democrats. ANN KINGSLEY, Alexandria, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega. Sixth Row: CECILE KLEIN, Pensacola, Fla.; University College; Sigma Delta Tau; Barracudas; Greenbackers. MARION LOUISE KNEIPP, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; La Tertulia. KATHY KNOLLE, Seguin, Texas; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Newcomb Honor Board, President; Dormitory Council; Newcomb Student Council; Tulane Honor Council. J. M. KOCHANSKY, Melville, La.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Pre- Medical; Young Republicans. Seventh Row: PETER LEE KOCHMAN, Waco, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon PI; Pre-Medical Society. CAROLYN JO KOLB, Little Rock, Ark.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. DONALD KORTZ, Denver. Colo.; Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau; Senior Class, President; Scabbard and Blade; Delta Sigma Pi; TUSK; Honor Board. REX V. KRIDER, Mlddlebury. Ind.; Business Administration; Varsity Letter, Basketball. I I 260 4 First Row: RICHARD S. KUGLER, Pacoima, Calif.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsllon Pi; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Pre-Medlcal Society, Vice-President. RICHARD ARMITAGE LANGENBAHN, New Orleans. La.; Business Ad- ministration; Kappa Alpha; Delta Sigma Pi; Greenbaclters; Adelphons. ALBERT O. LANOIX. JR., New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Delta Signna Phi; Alpha Chi Sigma: A.I.CH.E.; L.E.S. DON V. LASDAY, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Tulane Band. Second Row: HARRY S. LAUGHRAN, Biloxl, Miss.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi, Secretary; PI Sigma Alpha; Greenbackers; Anchor and Chain; PI Lambda Beta; Young Republicans; Sailing Club. DAVID B. LAWRENCE, JR., New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega; Delta Sigma PI; Varsity Letter, Golf. THOMAS R. LAWTON, Highland, III.; Arts and Sciences; Drill Team, Pershing Rifles; Inner House Council. GEORGE R. LEAKE, Little Rock, Ark.; Business Administration; Kappa Sigma; Tulane Student Council; Sailing Club. Third Row: HARRY LEBOW, Balto, Mo.; Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau; Delta Sigma Pi; Senior Class, Secretary; Student Council. WILPRED E. LEHDER, JR., New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta; Engineering School, Vice-President; Scabbord and Blade. Treasurer; Tau Beta PI, Secretary; A.I.E.E.; L.E.S.; Honor Board; Cadet Staff Officer, Mid- shipman Ensign. JACK LEICHER, New York, N. Y.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsllon PI; Young Democrats. FREDDA LEE LEVIN, Dallas, Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; TUSK; Fourth Row; ROBERT L. LEVIN, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu; Greenbackers; PI Lambda Beta. MARY LYNN LEVY, Tucson, Ariz.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau. SALLYE LEWIS, Lake Charles, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega, President; Senior Class, Treasurer. LARRY M. LOEB, Morgan City, La.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; JYA Club. Fifth Row: EDWARD J. LOGUE, JR., Manhassett, N. Y.; Business Administration; Sigma Chi. I. JAMES LONDON, Baltimore, Md.; Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. DONNA LOWENSTEIN. Cola, S. C; Newcomb; La Tertulla; JYA Club. SKIPPER LUKE, Bunkle, La.; Business Administration; Kappa Sigma; Delta Sigma Pi; TUSK; Adelphons. Sixth Row: DENNI KATHLEEN MACK, Washington, D.C.; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; A Cappella Choir. JAMES E. MACKEY, Tupelo, Miss.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Pi Sigma. DENNIS JOHN MALFER, Bronx, N. Y.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Greenbackers. JOHN KENNETH MANIHA, Houston, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Gorman Club; Cadet Staff Officer, Lt. Executive. Seventh Row: GLENN R. MANNING, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Scabbard and Blade; A.S.C.E.; L.E.S.; Cadet Staff Officer, Major; Arnold Air Society, Secretary-Treasurer; Alpha Phi Omega. SARAH MANTEL, Brewton. Ala.; Newcomb; Concert Choir; Opera Work- shop. ROBERT MARCH, Star City, Indiana; Arts and Sciences; Varsity Letter, Basketball. VICTORIA ELENA MARTINEZ, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Dance Club; Opera Workshop; JYA Club. 261 First Row: JERRY MASHAW. New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Pan-Hellenic Council, Secretary. GLORIA MASSIMINI, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Eta Sigma Phi; Oreades. MARIAN MASTERS, R. Worth, Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. LYNN ANDREA MICHAEL, Miami, Fla.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau; Math Club. Second Row: WILLIAM THOMAS MILLICAN, Athens, Ga.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; ZKS; Tailhoolc Club. WILLIAM MIMELES, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau; Intramural Manager, Senior Class. HARVEY DAVID MITNICK, Flushing, N.Y.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Pre-Medlcal Society; Student Directory. ANN MONROE, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Third Row: RANDY MORET, Atlanta, Ga.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu; TUSK; Adelphons; Distinguished Military Student, Army ROTC. HENRY MINARD MORRIS, Birmingham, Ala.; Engineering; A.S.C.E.; Alpha Phi Omega; L.E.S. JOHN FLOOD MORTON, JR., New Orleans, La.; Architecture; Kappa Alpha Order; President, Architecture Student Body; A.I.A., President; Honor Board. TUCKY MOSS, Lake Charles, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Secretary, Tulane Student Body; Oreades; Dormitory Council; TUSK; Newcomb Student Council. Fourth Row: DOROTHY JEAN MULLINS, Baton Rouge, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Barracudas. WILLIAM SHEPARD McANINCH, Little Rocic, Ark.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Vice-President, Arts and Sciences; Eta Sigma Phi; Adelphons; Honor Board, Arts and Sciences; Phi Eta Sigma. JAMES WILLIAM McCARTER, JR., New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega: Pi Sigma Alpha; Intramural Council, Vice-President; Tailhook Club. ANNE McDonald, Monroe, La.; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi, President; Presi- dent, Senior C lass; Athletic Council; Dormitory Council; Honor Board, Newcomb. Fifth Row: WARREN F. McDonald, jr.. New Orleans. La.; Engineering- Vice-presi- dent, A.S.C.E.; L.E.S. KEITH ARNOLD McKINLEY, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; A.I.Ch.E. PATRICK C. McKINNEY, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; A.S.C.E.. Presi- dent; L.E.S. BILL McWILLIAMS, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. Sixth Row: CRAIG ROBERT NELSON, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Sigma Chi; Delta Sigma Pi. JERALD J. NEUMEYER, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; A.I.Ch.E., Treas- urer; L.E.S. DIANE E. NEWMAN, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Secretary-Treasurer, Senior Class; A.S.C.E., Secretary; TUSK; L.E.S., Secretary. JAMES W. NEWMAN, JR., Scarsdale, N. Y.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; Adelphons. Seventh Row: BARRIE NIEHUSS, Gurdon, Ark.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Oreades. BRUCE ALBERT NORTH, Gretna, La.; Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha; Scabbard and Blade; NROTC Rifle Team. WILLIAM NUSSBAUM, Jacksonville, Fla.; Arts and Sciences: JAMBALAYA, Business Manager; Greenbackers. HAROLD W. O ' BRIEN, JR., New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences. 262 Flrsf Row: DAVE OFFUTT, Odessa. Texas: Arts and Sciences; PI Kappa Alpha. ANNE LYNN ORKIN, Jackson. Miss.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Home- coming Maid of Honor; Newcomb Student Body President; Newcomb Stu- dent Council; Tulane Student Council: Assets. President; Who ' s Who: Cheerleader; Greenbackers; Campus Nite; Freshman Beauty Court; Honor Board; JAMBALAYA Hall of Fame. LAWRENCE HOWARD ORINGEL, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Arts and Sciences; Theta Nu. HARRELL PAILET, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Delta Sigma Pi. Second Row: LOUIS G. PALERMO. New Orleans. La.; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; A.S.M.E.: Intramural Council: Louisiana Engineering Society. DAVID PANG. New Orleans. La.; Architecture: A.I.A. FREDERICK O. PARHAM II, New Orleans. La.; Arts and Sciences. ELEANOR PARK, WInterville, Miss.; Newcomb; Chi Omega: Young Re- publicans. Third Row; CALEDONIA PAYNE, Leiand. Miss.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; JYA Club; English Club. CAMERON PAYNE, Shreveport, La.; Arts and Sciences: Kappa Alpha Order. Vice-President; Adelphons; Greenbackers; Pan-Hellenic Council. Treasurer. WAYNE B. PEARL, Otterbein. Ind.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Varsity Basketball: Greenbackers. CHARLES B. PEATROSS. Shreveport. La.; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Business Administration. Vice-President; Delta Sigma Phi. Fourth Row: MARIO EDUARDO PEREZ, Guatemala City, Guatemala; Business Adminis- tration: Varsity Golf: Varsity Soccer. LOGAN P. PERKINS. JR.. Sulphur. La.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Greenbackers. JOEL PIASSICK, Atlanta. Ga.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu, Presi- dent; Omicron Delta Kappa: Pi Sigma Alpha; Scabbard and Blade. Secre- tary; NDTA, President. MARILYN BETTY PILIAWSKY. New Orleans. La.; Newcomb: Le Circle Francais; Le Tertulla: Kappa Delta PI, Treasurer. Fifth Row: SUSAN POLANEK, Metalrle, La.; Business Administration; Delta Alpha PsI. Vice-President; Chi Gamma Chi; Gamma Delta. Secretary; Accounting Club. Vice-President. KENNEY POLLOCK. Norwalk. Conn.; Arts and Sciences; Tau Epsilon Phi; Young Democrats. NATALIE SIMONE POLMER. New Orleans. La.; Newcomb; Le Circle Francais: TUT; JYA Club. BERT PONIG, San Francisco. Calif.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa. Sixth Row: KATHERINE D. POWELL, Ft. Myers. Fla.: Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. LINDA PRAGER, Indianapolis, Ind.: Newcomb: Sigma Delta Tau. WILLIAM DONALD PURSEL. Searlngtown, N. Y.; Arts and Sciences; ing Club; Greenbackers; Young Republicans. RON PYKE, Gary, Ind.; Arts and Sciences: Theta Nu. Seventh Row: Sail- W. FREDERICK RAMIREZ. JR.. New Orleans. La.; Engineering; A.I.Ch.E. DAVID C. RANDOLPH. New Orleans, ' " A.S.M.E.; Louisiana Engineering Society. ROSE MARIE RAPIER. New Orleans. La.; Club. MORTON D. RAU. New Orleans. La. Treasurer; A.I.Ch.E.. President; Louisiana Engineering Society; Tulane Stu dent Council. La.; Engineering; tau Beta PI; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Philosophy Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma, 263 First Row: DAVID E. REDMANN, New Orleans, La.; Business; Law Class Treasurer; Delta Sigma Pi. JUDY BETH REEVES, Houston, Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Young Republicans; Sailing Club. RICHARD EDWARD REIBMAN, Norfolk, Va.; Arts and Sciences; Pershing Rifles; A. U.S.A. MARILYN REILLY, Metalrie, La.; Newcomb; La Tertulia; Kappa Delta Phi, Secretary. Second Row: ALISON JEAN REIN ERS, Jackson, Miss.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Mortar Board, Secretary; Vk ' ho ' s Who: Art Club. JAMES R. REST, Mt. Clemens, Mich.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega; Eta Sigma Phi; German Club; JYA Club. REX REXINGER, Natchez, Miss.; Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega: Honor Board; Delta Sigma Pi. LAWRENCE E. RICE, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Adelphons; Pi Lambda Beta. Third Row: CHARLES EDWARD RICHARDS, JR., New Orleans, La.; Alpha Tau Omega. ANTHONY JOHN RIZZO, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu, President; Theta Nu, President; Arnold Air Society; Adelphons; Pan-Hellenic Council. JERRY C ROBINSON, Jacksonville, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; Mark I Drill; Tailhook Club; Adelphons; Urchin, Editor. JOAN ELLEN ROGERS, Concord, Mass.; Newcomb. Fourth Row: SONJA B. ROMANOWSKI, Dallas, Texas; Newcomb; German Club; A Cappella Choir; Concert Choir. MARIA GLADYS ROMERO-GOMEZ, Tunta, Colombia; Newcomb. EDITH L. ROSENBLUM, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: La Tertulia. RICHARD ROSENFELD, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. Fifth Row: H. P. ROWLEY III, Ne Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Math Club; Young Republicans. ALAN MARSHALL RUBEN, Shreveport, La.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Pre-Medical Society, JYA. MILTON RUBEN, Augusta, Ga.; Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Mu, Vice-President; Secretary-Treasurer Business School: Delta Sigma Pi. RICHARD A. RUDMAN, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu. Sixth Row: PAUL D. RUDNICK, Winnetka, 111.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. CESAR S. RUIZ, Monterrey, Mexico; Engineering; A.S.M.E. RAYMOND J. SALASSI, JR., New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta, Treasurer; Greenbackers; Anchor and Chain; Pi Lambda Beta, Secretary. KATHERINE SANGSTER, Houston, Texas; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Assets; Mortar Board: JYA Club; Who ' s Who; JAMBALAYA. Seventh Row: LEONARD J. SAPERA, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-President; Cadet Staff Officer, Ensign. JEANNETTE SCHALCBEN, Edinburg, Texas: Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Newcomb Choir. JOHN C. SCHEFFLER, Gretna, La.; Architecture: A.I.A. VIRGINIA MARY SCHEPPEGRELL, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: Phi Mu; Sailing Club. I N I 264 N I -n) ■ III I II II —I m First Row: CYNTHIA ANN SCHILLING, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: Alpha Delta Pi. HARLAN A. SCHMIDT, Spirit Lake, la.: Business Administration; Kappa Sigma; Delta Sigma Rho; Omicron Delta Kappa; JAMBALAYA, Editor; Greenbackers: Glendy Burke Society. HUGHES SCHNEIDAU, JR., New Orleans. La.; Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega; Adelphons; Young Republicans. LAURIE SCHNEIDER, New York, N. Y.; Newcomb; Eta Sigma Phi; Oreades; JYA Club. Second Row: MEL SCHNEIDMAN, Forest Hills, N. Y.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Sailing Club. CLYDE N. SCHROEDER, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences. ANN KESSLER SCHUDMAK, Baton Rouge, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Math Club; La Tertulia; Lagniappes. MALCOLM SCOTT, Memphis, Ark.; Arts and Sciences; Nu Sigma Nu. Third Row: VOLKER A. SEIFERT, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Student Ac- tivities Key; Sigma Pi Sigma; German Club; Wave Handbook, Associate Editor; Tulane University Theatre; Delta Phi Alpha. HAYDEE SEIJAS, Caracas, Venezuela; Newcomb; WTUL; La Tertulia. ALTA SHAMBLIN. Rayville, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega. MARVIN B. SHAPIRO, Columbus, Ga.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Pre-Medical Society. Fourth Row: BONNIE SHAW, Birmingham, Ala.; Kappa Alpha Theta, President; Young Republicans. WILLIAM WESLEY SHAW, JR., New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta PI; Adelphons. MAURICE SHEMPER, Hattiesburg. Miss.; Arts and Sciences; Tulane Band: Alpha Phi Omega; President, Patterson House. CHARLES S. SIMON, South Bend, Ind.; Business Administration; Delta Sigma Pi, President. Fifth Row; RONA SIMONIN, Metairle, La.; Newcomb; La Tertulia: Kappa Delta Phi, Vice-President. ELLIOTT HILTON SINGER, Atlanta, Ga.; Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Mu: Tulane Student Council; Who ' s Who; Marketing Club, Treasurer; Accounting Club; Student Activities Board. DENNIS A. SMELT2, Tulsa, Okla.; Architecture; A.I.A. JOHN E. SMITH, Weymouth, Mass.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Senior Class. Secretary-Treasurer; Tulane Student Council. Sixth Row: KENNETH W. SMITH, Annandale, Va.; Arts and Sciences; Anchor and Chain. WILLIE A. SMITH, Prichard, Ala.; Arts and Sciences: Scabbard and Blade; German Club: Tailhook Club; Phi Eta Sigma. ROBERT L. SOBEL, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Arts and Sciences: Pershing Rifles. ROBERT SOLEM, Kansas City. Mo.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Junior Year Abroad. Seventh Row: WILLIAM E. SPANGLER. Houston, Texas; Chemical Engineering: Sigma Chi; Alpha Chi Sigma; A.I.Ch.E. GARLAND L. STANDROD. Ft. Smith, Ark.; Arts and Sciences; Philosophy Club; JYA Club. ROBERT MITCHELL STEINBACH, Dallas, Texas: Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Mu: Beta Alpha Psi, Secretary: Pre-Medlcal Society. HERBERT MARVIN TANENHOUS, New Orleans. La.; Arts and Sciences; JYA Club. 265 First Row: WARREN F. TAYLOR, JR., Monroe, La.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta; Scabbard and Blade; Arnold Air Society. JACK OLIVER TERRY, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Sigma; Arnold Air Society. BOB ALLEN TESSLER, San Diego, Calif.; Business Administration; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Pershing Rifles; Student Directory, Editor; N.D.T.A. PAT THARP, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; TUSK: Young Republicans. Second Row: LARRY COLE THOMPSON, New Orleans, La. Alpha Epsilon; Varsity Football; Varsity Letter Arts and Sciences; Sigma SUSANNE THOMSON, Presho, S. Dak. ALAN TITELMAN, Beverly Hills, Calif, dent Directory; N.D.T.A. ANNE MONTGOMERY TOMLINSON Alpha Theta; Jurior Year Abroad. Third Row: Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Theta. Arts and Sciences; Theta Nu; Stu- Frederick, Okla.; Newcomb; Kappa L. A. TRAIN, Corpus Christi, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Tulane Student Council, Representative-at-Large; Who ' s Who; Green- backers; Honor Board, Chairman; Student Activities Board, Chairman. S. J. TUMINELLO, Vicksburg, Miss.; Architecture: Phi Delta Theta; A.I.A. GERALD L. VARLAND, Ottawa, III.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Math Club: Varsity Basketball; Greenbackers. JAMES W. VAUDRY, JR., New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha; Delta Sigma Pi; Sailing Club; Marketing Club. Fourth Row: GEORGE B. VAUGHAN, Richmond, Va.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigm . JERRY VIATOR, Lutcher, La.; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; A.I.Ch.E.; Louisiana Engineering Society. DAVID C. VOSBEIN, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Kappa Alpha Order. MERLIN F. WADSWORTH, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; A.S.M.E.; Louisiana Engineering Society. Fifth Row: JOHN W. WAHL, Decatur. III.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Junior Year Abroad. GRACIA WALKER, Sea Island, Ga.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma: Pi Sigma Alpha; Barracudas, Vice-President. JAMES S. WARSON. Sarasota, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu; Pre- Medical Society; Varsity Soccer. MATHILE WATSKY, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: Alpha Epsilon Phi; Mortar Board. N I 266 fUBosa ixsiji ■ i: MmmmBmf: - .3aiiL:maTV;s kjaf ' sa? - ! N J First Row: JOHN ROBERT WATTS, JR., Ocean Springs, Miss.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. BETTY ANN WEAVER, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Phi Mu, Vice-President: Mortar Board; Phi Sigma iota; Who ' s Who; La Tertulia. A. L. WEHMEYER, Pasadena, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Greenbackers. MIKE WEINROBE, St. Louis, Mo.; Business Administration; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Delta Sigma Pi; Adelphons. Second Row: THOMAS A. WELLS. New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Sigma Chi; A.S.M.E.; Louisiana Engineering Society. VIRGINIA LOWE WELLS, Georgetown, Ky.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; A Cappella Choir; Concert Choir; Young Republicans; Home- coming Court; JYA Club. GUS WENZEL, Metairle, La.; Business Administration: Kappa Alpha Order; Varsity Basketball; Varsity Baseball; Varsity Letters; Greenbackers. R. MARK WILKIEMEYER, Atlanta, Ga.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta; Pre-Medlcal Society. Third Row; GNANN WILLIAMS, New Orleans, La.: Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Beta Beta Beta; Kappa Delta Pi; Who ' s Who; Barracudas; JAMBALAYA Beauty Court; Homecoming Court; Newcomb Orientation Chairman. EUNICE WILLIAMS, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb. C. P. WILLOZ, JR.. New Orleans. La.; Business Administration; Mark I Drill Team; Tallhook Club; Sailing Club. CAROL ANN WINKLER. New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: Phi Mu; Beta Beta Beta; Eta Sigma Phi: Oreades. Fourth Row: Arts and Sciences Varsity Tulane JEROME MEYER WINSBERG, New Orleans. La Track: Varsity Letter. SUE CAROL WITT, Columbus, Ga.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau University Theatre; JYA Club. JOANNE DORA WOLF, Corpus ChrlstI, Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; JAMBALAYA Beauty Court; Homecoming Court. DREW NEIL WOLLMAN, New York, N. Y.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Who s Who; Honor Board; Student Activities Board. Fifth Row: PAUL W. WRIGHT. Houston, Texas: Arts and Sciences. JIMMY YOUNG, Ferrlday. La.: Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. W. THOMAS ZANDER, New Orleans, La.: Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Order; JAMBALAYA; Adelphons. Jl 267 First Row: RABBITT ABBOTT, Nacogdoches, Texas; University College; Pi Kappa Alpha; Adelphons; Greenbaclcers; TUSK. • JOHN ROUSE AKIN, Shreve- port, La.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Alpha Phi Omega, Presi- dent; Lagniappes. TAD AKIN, Alton, Illinois; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega; Intramural Council; Cadet First Lieutenant. PATRICK J. ARAGUEL, JR., New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; Eta Sigma Phi. • ANN ARNOFF, McCrory, Arkansas; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. Second Row: EDWARD H. AUSTIN, JR., San Antonio, Texas; Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Varsity Letter, Tennis. BARBARA AXELROD, Houston, Texas; Newcomb: Alpha Epsilon Phi; Army ROTC Sponsor. • ROSEMARY AZAR, Lafayette, La.; Newcomb: Phi Mu; Pre-Medical Society. • NANCY BAER, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • SANDY BAGALMAN, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: La Tertulia. Third Row: DENISE BAILLIET, Thibodaux, La,; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Art Club; La Tertulia. • CLEMIT DURHAM BARNES, Bushnell, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Delta: Football; German Club; Greenbaclcers. • JOHN WESLEY BARNETT, JR., Texarkana, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; Pi Sigma Alpha: Scabbard and Blade; Arnold Air Society. • ROSALIE BATCHELDER, Baton Rouge, La.; Newcomb; Phi Mu; TUSK; A Cappella Choir; Concert Choir. • MARY BATTS, Hawkinsville, Ga.; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Order of the Coif. Fourth Row: DAVID ROBERGE BAYNE, Selma, Alabama; Arts and Sciences; .Kappa Sigma, President. • RONALD L. BECK, New Orleans, La.; Engineering. • GARNETT F. BEDENBAUGH, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; A.I.Ch.E.; L.E.S. • STEPHEN T. BENNETT, Baton Rouge, La.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu TUSK; Phi Eta Sigma. • JANE BERGER, El Campo, Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. Fifth Row: JANE BERGERET, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Phi Mu, Treasurer. • RAY BERGERON, New Orleans, La.; Engineering: Phi Kappa Sigma; A.I.E.E.; Arnold Air Society • STANLEY Z. BERMAN, Skokie, Illinois; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Pre-Medical Society. • KATHY BISHOP, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • SALLY BISSO, New Orleans, La,; Newcomb: Alpha Omicron Pi: AFROTC Sponsor. Sixth Row: BETTINA BLAIR, San Antonio, Texas: Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; TUSK; Young Republicans. STEVE BLANK, Des Moines, Iowa: Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi. • WALTER BLATTMANN, Zurich, Switzerland; Engineering. • JANET BLOCK, Memphis, Tennessee; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; JAMBALAYA. • STEVE R. BLOOM, Forest Hills, New York; Arts and Science. Seventh Row: ROBERT BOASBERG, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Beta Theta PI. MARTY BOORSTEIN, Great Neck, New York; Arts and Sciences; Hullabaloo; JAMBALAYA; Campus Nite, President; Sailing Club; Photog- raphy Club, President. • FRANK M. BORDELON, New Orleans, La.; Englneering;Junlor Class President; Louisiana Engineering Society; A.S.M.E. • CAROL BOREN, Houston, Texas; Newcomb; PI Beta Phi; Barracudas; Greenbackers. • JANE WALTON BORISS, Miami, Horlda; Newcomb; Chi Omega. Eighth Row: JAMES W. BORTNER, JR., Everett, Washington; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. • CHARLES STEVEN BRATTON, Camden, Arkansas: Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Anchor and Chain; Alpha Phi Omega. • THEODORA M. BRAY, St. Petersburg, Florida: Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Beta Beta Beta. • J. BAXTER BRINKMANN, Shreveport, La.; Busi- ness Administration; Kappa Alpha Order; Delta Sigma Pi. BERNICE BRODERICK, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Sailing Club. Ninth Row: RELLA BROOKS. Austin, Texas: Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • NANCY LAURA BROWN, Houston, Texas; Newcomb; Chi Omega. BRUCE R. BRUMFIELD, Cranford, New Jersey; Engineering; A.S.C.E. • JERRY BURFORD, Doniphan, Missouri; Newcomb; Junior Class Secretary; Assets; Dormitory Council; Cheerleader; Greenbacker. JIMMY BUSH, Little Rock, Arkansas: Aris and Science; German Club. 268 mmrrmmfom ■)!?g | fg U N I First Row: RICHARD WILLIAM BUSSOFF. Joplin. Missouri; Arls and Sciences: Alpha Epsilon Phi; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Pi Sigma Alpha: Pre-Medlcal Society; Student Directory. • DAVID T. BUTLER. New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. WALTER WILLIAMS CALLAWAY Metairio, La.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. PAUL P. CAMERON. New York. New York; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; Eta Sigma Phi. • RYCK CAPLAN, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Junior Class Vice-President; Pre-Medlcal Society. Second Row: CHARLES P. CARRIERS II, New Orleans. La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Pres.dent; Ade.phons. ROlERT J. CARIER, Ne.v Orlean-, La.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; Theta Nu; JAMBALAYA A.U.S.; N.D.T.A. • JUDITH CASSIDY, Port Arthur, Texas; Newc mb Alpha Delta Pi; Lagniappes. • JOE CHAMPEAUX, New Orleans. La. Architecture; Arnoid Air Society; Honor Council; A. I. A.; Cadet staff officer, C Captaln; Distinguished Military Cadet, 1961-62. • LOYS CHARBONNET III. Jacksonville, Florida; Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Third Row: JANE CHENEY. New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Student Council Representative; Assets; La Tertulia; Greenbaclters; Little Colonel, Army ROTC; Miss Pauline Tulane; Homecoming Queen; National Football Queen, 1961. • WALTER WIMBERLY CHRISTY, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta PI. • RICHARD D. CITRON. Detroit, Michigan; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu; Sailing Club; Young Liberals. E. EDGAR CLOUTIER, Natchitochess, La.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. • HOWIE COHEN. Glencoe. Illinois; Business Administration; Alpha Epsilon Pi; University College Student Council, Representative at Large; Greenbackers; Adelphons; Glendy Burke Society; Young Demo crats; Stu- dent Directory. Fourth Row; MARILYN COHEN. Houston. Texas; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau, President; Honor Board; Panhellenic Council; Homecoming Court; Tulane Student Council. • WREN COHENOUR. Shreveport. La.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta; TUSK. • JEFFEREY COHN, Chicago, III.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; TUSK; Adelphons; Intramural Council. HELEN COLE, Lake Charles, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta PI; Dance Club; Newcomb Choir; Opera Workshop. • ERNEST C. COLQUETTE, DeRldder, La.; Arts and Sciences; Varsity Letter Football. Fifth Row: JAY COMBE, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; A.S.C.E., Treasurer; L.E.S. • GEORGIA ELIZABETH CONNELL, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Art Club; Arthur Davis Award. • KATHERINE CONNELL. New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Phi Chi Theta. President; Young Republi- cans. • KASSIE CONNETT, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. GERALD R. COOPER. New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences. Sixth Row: JERRY ALLEN COOPER, Columbia, S.C; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. • CHRIS D. CORBIN. JR.. Ft. Smith. Ark.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • SAUL CORMAN. New Orleans, La.; Business Ad- ministration; Alpha Epsilon Pi. • ANN ALLISON COX, Birmingham, Ala.; Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma; Le Circle Francais. Secretary-Treasurer. • CAROL ANN CRAM, Franklin. La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega. Seventh Row: DARLEEN CREEVY, New Orleans. La.; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron PI. • ARTHUR F. D ' AQUIN, JR., New Orleans, La.; Engineering. • C. DELU DAVID. New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. DIANA McDowell DAVIS. Baytown. Texas; Pi Beta Phi. • E. EVAN DAVIS, JR.. Greenville. Miss.; Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Treasurer; Scabbard and Blade; Delta Sigma PI; Pi Lambda Beta. Eighth Row: MARALYN DAY, Birmingham, Ala.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • J. S. DEACON II, Belolt, Wis.; Arls and Sciences; PI Kappa Alpha. • ROBIN MARIE doARMAS. New Orleans. La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. FRANCES MAY DECKER. New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Phi Mu; German Club. • BAPTISTE J. DEJEAN, New Orleans, La.; Engineer- ing; A.I.Ch.E.; Intramural Council; Louisiana Engineering Society. Ninth Row: BOB DELANGE, Monroe, La.; Business Administration; Phi Kappa Sigma. • ALBERT J. DERBES III. Metalrie, La.; Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta. RENE DIAZ, El Paso. Texas; Architecture; Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon; Vice-President of Junior Class; A.I.A. JERRY DICKMAN. St. Petersburg, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu; Hullabaloo. • RUSSELL DIONNE, New Iberia, La.; Arts and Sciences; P! Sigma Alpha. c h lht C3 269 first Row: ERNEST HENRY DOERRIES III, New Orleans, La.; Business Administra- tion; President Junior Class; Honor board. " GRACIcLA DUCE, Mon.e- vldeo, Uruguay; Newcomb; International Relations Club. CHARLES DURHAM, Houston, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. JAY ED ELSTON, Chicago, ML; Arts and Sciences. ED EDGERTON, Alexandria, La.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Alpha Epsilon Delta, Presi- dent; Omicron Delta Kappa; Greenbackers. Second Row: RICK EIGENBROD, Meiairie, La.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega; Letter; Varsity Swimming: Green- Mobile, Ala.; Arls and Sciences: Tulane Varsity Club; Varsity Swimmmg backers. • GEORGE PATRICK ELDER, Scabbard and B ' ade; Patterson House Council. WILLIAM CONNER ELLIS, JR., New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Kappa Alpha; A.I.Ch.E. JANE BARKLEY ESHLEMAN. New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Pan- hellenic Representative. PEPPY EVES, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Sailing Club. Third Row: FRANK LAV RENCE FAUST III. New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta; Eta Sigma Phi. • RICHARD S. FAVOR, Melaire, La.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. ' MICHAEL S. FELDMAN, Newton Centre, Mass.; Arts and Sciences: Zeta Beta Tau. • LEE FENTRESS, Baton Rouge La.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Varsity Letter Tennis; Tulane Varsity Club. » RONNIE FINKELSTEIN. Hattiesburg, Miss.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon PI. Fourth Row: LOUIS YARRUT FISHMAN, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau; Delta Sigma PI; Honor Board. • BETH FLOWERS, Lexington, Miss.; Newcomb. Alpha Epsilon Phi; Athletic Council, Secretary. • JEANNE FOSTER, New Orleans. La.; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; La Tertulia; Hullabaloo; Campus Nite; TUT. • JOYCE FRANK, Norfolk, Va.; New- comb; Sigma Delta Tau. V. ANNE FRANKS, Tokyo, Japan; Newcomb; Chi Omega. Fifth Row: LOUIS McDANIEL FREEMAN, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Young Republicans. CONNIE FRIES, Towanda, Penn.; Newcomb; Sailing Club. ' BARBARA ANN FROST, Houston, Texas; Newcomb, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Homecoming Court. JAMES H. GABLER, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi, Vice-President; A.S.M.E.; Intramural Council, Panhellenic Council; Louisiana Engineering Society. • PETE GAFFNEY, Shreveport, La.; Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Adelphons. Sixth Row: WAYNE GALVANI, Dallas, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Secretary-Treasurer, Junior Class: Greenbackers. ALICE CAROLINE GANDY, Jackson, Miss.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • MANUEL RAUL GARCIA, Metalrle, La.; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. • EDWARD W. GARLAND, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; PI Kappa Alpha; A.I.E.E. • LARRY WILLIAM GETTS, Garrett, Indiana; Business Administration; Beta Alpha Psi; Varsity Letter Track. Seventh Row: MARGARET GILLIAM, Little Rock, Ark.; Newcomb: Oreades; Bridge Club. • CAROLYN LOUISE GOLDSBY, Bogalusa, La.; Newcomb. • WILLIAM E. GOODMAN, Memphis, Tenn.; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. • JOHNNY GRAVES, Hope, Ark.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; JAMBALAYA; Philosophy Club; Young Republicans. • NANCY GRAVES, Culpeper, Va.; Newcomb; La Tertulia. Eighth Row: DAVID M. GRAY, JR., Moreauvllle, La.; Arts and Sciences; Inter-Dormitory Council Representative. NANCY FAYE GRAY. New Orleans, La.; New- comb; WTUL • JOHN WILLIAM GROOME, Greenville, Miss.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. • NORMAN A. GROVES, Sherman, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • LYNNE HADDOCK, Atlanta, Ga.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Oreades; Greenbackers. Ninth Row: PETER E. HAGAN III, Metairie, La.; University College; Alpha Sigma Lambda; Who ' s Who. ' LYNNE HALL. New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; La Tertulia. HENRY (SKIPPER) HALLER, JR., Gulfport. Miss.; Business Administration; Sigma Chi; Honor Board: Delta Sigma Pi: Varsity Football Manager. • HERBERT DANIEL HALPERN, New Orleans, La,: Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau; Delta Sigma PI. • ANNE HAMILTON, Montgomery. Ala.; Newcomb College: Kappa Kappa Gamma, Oreades. 270 First Row: WILLIAM C. HARTWELL. JR., Gulfport. Miss.; Business Administration: Kappa Alptia, Treasurer; Sigma Delta Pi; Greenbackors. BOBBY HAS- SINGER, New Orleans. La.; Engineering: Kappa Alpha. ' TOMMY HAT- FIELD, Winnsboro. La.; Business Administration: Beta Theta Pi; Tulane Band. • ALAN MARK HAUFRECT, Houston, Texas: Arts and Sciences: Ameri- can Ctiemical Society: Pre-Medical Society: A Cappella Choir; Concert Choir; Young Democrats. • C. ALFRED HECKER, New Orleans, La.: Busi- ness Administration; Bela Theta Pi; Sigma Delta Pi. Secretary. Second Row: AYSEN HEDCPETH, New Orleans. La.: Newcomb; Pi Sigma Alpha. • CHARLES E. HEINBERG, Alexandria, La.: Arts and Sciences: Slqma Nu: Scabbard and Blade: Golf: Hullabaloo; Pershing Rifles, 2nd Lt. RANDY HELLER. Denver, Colo.; Arts and Sciences: Zeta Beta Tau; Hullabaloo. • SHELTON E. HENDRICKS, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. • WHITLESS T. HIMEL, JR., Marrero. La.: Engineering. Third Row: LINDA HINES, Houston, Texas: Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Beta Beta Beta, Secretary: La Tertulia: Greenbackers; Junior Class President. • GINNY HODGES, Olathe, Kansas; Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Theta: Athletic Council. • NICHOLAS E. HODSDON. Miami, Fla.; Arts and Sciences: Delta Tau Delta; A Cappella Choir; Campus Nlte; Concert Choir; Opera Workshop: Army R.O.T.C. • BECKY HOFFMAN, Mobile, Ala.: Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Honor Board Representative; Barracudas: Dance Club: Cheerleaders: Greenbackers Campus Nite. ROBERT E. HOLLIDAY, Hattiesburg, Miss.: Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. Fourth Row: CYNTHIA HOPKINS, Armonk, N.Y.; Newcomb; Phi Mu, Secretary; Young Republicans. • WILLIAM H. HOPKINS, Houston, Texas; Business Adminis- tration; Kappa Sigma: Adelphons. LINDA HUDSON, Houston, Texas; Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta, Treasurer; Dormitory Council; Green- backers; Inner Council. • JUDITH ANN HUGHES, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Chi Gamma Chi; Opera Workshop. RICHARD G. HUMPHREY. Georgetown, British Guiana: Arts and Sciences: Phi Kappa Sigma: Intramural Council: President: Track; Greenbackers. Fifth Row: GINGER HUDSON. Natchitoches, La.; Newcomb: Delia Zeta. • CAR- RICK R. INABNETT, Monroe, La.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Eta Sigma Phi, National President. HOWARD DOUGLAS ISAACS, Miami, Fla.; Business Administration; Alpha Epsilon Pi, Exchequer: WTUL. • JOHN D. JACKSON, JR., El Centro, Calif.; Business Administration; Phi Kappa Sigma: Tulane Varsity Club: Swimming; Greenbackers. ANN BROOKS JARVIS, Kansas City. Mo.; Newcomb. Sixth Row: JOE JOHNSON, El Dorado, Ark.; Architecture; Sigma Chi; A.I.A.; • CALVIN M. JOHNSON, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. DAVID H. JOHNSON, Pensacola, Fla.: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Epsilon Delta Secretary. • LAWRENCE NOEL JOHNSON, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences: Alpha Tau Omega. • THEODORE JAMES JOHN- SON, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Scabbard and Blade: Air Force ROTC. Seventh Row: HANS A. B. JONASSEN. New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon: Math Club; JAMBALAYA; Greenbackers; Young Republicans: Brunology. JUDITH MASON JONES, New Orleans. La.: Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Theta • INGERSOLL JORDAN New Orleans, La.; Business Administration. • WARREN B. JUNG II, New Orleans. La.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma, VIce-Pres,dent; Student Activities Board. • JUDITH SUSAN K ATZ. New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; La Tertulia, Secre- tary: Sailing Club. Eighth Row: JOSEPH KEETON, Birmingham, Ala; Architecture: Kappa Sigma: A.I.A; Navy ROTC. • SUSAN KELLNOR. New Orleans. La.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • DOUGLAS KELLY III. El Dorado, Ark.: Architecture; Slqma Chi; A.I.A., Secretary. • CATHRINE KEkRIGAN, New Orleans. La.: New- comb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • PETER BARRY KLEIN, Mt. Vernon, N.Y.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi. Ninth Row: ELIEZER KNEIDEL, Kfar Saba, Israel; Arts and Sciences. BARRY M. KNESEL, New Orleans, La.: Business Administration; Phi Kappa Sigma: Delta Sigma Pi. • LEROY W. KOSCHEL. New Orleans, La.: Engineering: Alpha Chi Sigma: A.I.Ch.E. JAY HAROLD KRACHMER, Miami Beach. Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Alpha Epsilon Delta, Vice-President: Omicron Delta Kappa: Tulane Varsity Club; Golf; Phi Eta Sigma. • KAROL ANNE KUERSTEINER, Tallahassee, Fla.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Cheerleaders: Greenbackers. 271 First Row: ROBERT L. KUHNER, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration: Beta Theta Pi: Young Republicans. • WILLIAM FRANK KULP. Highland Park, III.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. DALE JUNE KULVIN, Miami, Fla.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi, Treasurer. • ARMAND M. KURIS, New York., N.Y.: Arts and Sciences. • STAN KURZBAN, Miami, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Tau Epsilon Phi; Eta Sigma Phi; Math Club: Intramural Council. Second Row: STANFORD KUTNER, Elizabeth. N.Y.; Arts and Sciences. • BILL LAMMEY, Memphis. Tenn.; Architecture: Kappa Sigma; President, 4th Year Architec- ture: A.I.A.; Greenbackers. ' JACOB LANDRY, New Iberia. La.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Secretary-Treasurer, College of Arts and Sciences; Panhellenic Council. NANCY ANN LANGFORD, Metairie, La.; New- comb. • ELLIOT A. LAPAN, Gienside. Pa.: Arts and Science: Alpha Epsilon Pi; Pre-Medical Society. Third Row: WILLIAM DAN LATIMER III. Mt. Pleasant, Texas; Arts and Science: S:gma Alpha Epsilon; Tulane Varsity Club; Track, Varsity Letter; Green- backers. • REAVES LEE, Ft. Smith, Arkansas: Arts and Science: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Alpha Epsilon Delta. ERIK J. LEIKVANG, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences. MICHAEL JESSE LEVINE, Jamica, N.Y.: Arts and Sciences: Campus Nite. MAUREEN LEVITAN, New Orleans, La.; New- comb: Alpha Epsilon Phi. Fourth Row: FREDERIC RONALD LEVITIN, Portsmouth, Va.: Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Mu; Pre-Medical Society; Tulane Varsity Club; Track Varsity Letter: Track Varsity; Greenbackers. • CLARENCE IRWIN LEWIS, JR., Mobile, Ala.: Engineering: Phi Kappa Sigma; Scabbard and Blade: Alpha Chi Sigma: A.I.Ch.E. • HARRIS LICHTENSTEIN, Houston. Texas; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Student Directory; " Tulanians, " Pre-Medical Society. • EDWARD C. LIEBMAN, Dallas, Texas; Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau; Vice-President, Junior Class, Business School; Delta Sigma Pi; JAMBALAYA. • EDWARD P. LOBMAN, New Orleans, La.; Business Ad- ministration: Zeta Beta Tau. Fifth Row: JAMES M. LONG III, Cleveland, Miss.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Alpha Epsilon Delta: Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Chi Sgma: German Club; Cheerleaders; Greenbackers; Campus Nite; Tulanians. President. • BUTSIE LUCAS, Metairie, La.: Newcomb: Alpha Omicron Pi; Athletic Council. • DAVID E. LYSALL. New Orleans, La.; Business Administration: Phi Kappa Sigma; Arnold Air Society. MICHAEL H. MARVINS, Houston, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Pre-Medical Society, Secretary; Student Directory, Business Manager; WTUL Air Staff. ' BUDDY MEYER, Jackson, Miss.; Arts and Sciences: Alpha Chi Sigma; American Chemical Society; Varsity Football. Sixth Row: MARIANNE MEYERSON, Atlanta, Ga.; Newcomb; • JOAN ELAINE MILAZO, New Orleans, La.; • MARSHA MERRILL MILLER, New Orleans, La.; Phi: Young Republicans. • NANCY MILLER, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau; Student Directory. • JUDITH MITCHELL, Downey, Calif.; Newcomb; University Center Board; Maih Club: La Tertulia; Army ROTC Sponsor. Seventh Row: ARTHUR B. MONROE, New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Adelphons; Greenbackers. DON MORGAN, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration. • JAMES JOHNSON MORSE, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha; Tulane Varsity Club; Tennis Varsity. • MARY NELSON MOSS. Waterproof, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Ath- letic Council, Vice-President. • ANTHONY MUMPHREY, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Secretary-Treasurer, Junior Engineering Class; A.S.C.E. Eighth Row: AUGUST W. MYSING. New Orleans, La.: Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. • SALLY CROCKETT MYSING, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma. CARL McAFEE, Baytown, Texas; Business Administration; Varsity Football. NETA GAIL McAFEE, Baytown, Texas; University Col- lege. • MARTHA CANDACE McCARTY, Dallas, Texas; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. English Club. Ninth Row: MARY TUCKER McCRADY, New Orleans, La.: Newcomb: Alpha Omicron Pi. • MIKE McENANY, Bellaire, Texas; Architecture: Kappa Sigma; A.I.A. • L V. McGINTY, JR., Slidell, La.: Arts and Sciences; Tulane Varsity Club; Baseball Varsity Letter; Basketball and Baseball Varsities. • PAUL D. MclNNIS. May, Texas: Business Administration; Phi Kappa Sigma. • JOSEPH M. D. NADELL. Bronx, N.Y.; Arts and Sciences; Swimming Varsity Manager; Student Directory; Campus Nite; Sailing Club. Young Republicans. University College. Newcomb; Pi Be ' a SkdtMh h U N I 272 I O R S l1 First Row: JULIA TEVIS NARZ. Louisville. Ky.; Newcomb: Pi Beta Phi: Junior Class Treasurer. • RONALD NAQUIN, New Orleans. La.: Arts and Sciences: Scabbard and Blade: Glendy Burke Society: AUSA. • ALLAN NATHAN- SON. Phoenix, Ariz.: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Epsllon Pi; German Club: Young Dennocrats. • BRYAN NEARN, JR., Memphis. Tenn.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi: Greenbackors. • GWEN MARY NELSON, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: Phi Mu; Eta Sigma Phi; Oreades; Sigma Pi Sigma. Second Row: LEE TERRELL NESBITT, Rayne, La.: Arts and Sciences: Phi Kappa Sigma; Alpha Epsilon Delta: Omicron Delta Kappa: President, Junior Class of Arts and Sciences: Vice-President, TUSK; Honor Board: Student Council. • KAY FRANCES NOBLE, Lake Charles, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • SANDRA NOBLE, GuUport, Miss.: Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Assets: Dormitory Council: Inner Council. CHARLES H. NORTH, JR., Jackson. Mississippi: Architecture: Delta Tau Delta: Vice-President, School of Architecture: Phi Eta Sigma; A.I.A. • RICHARD DRAKE NORTON, JR., Metairie. La.; University College. Third Row: SAM NORWOOD III, Atlanta, Ga.; Arts and Science: Pre-Medical So- c.et : Sailing Club. • BRENDA O ' BRIEN. New Orleans, La.: Newcomb. • ED OLSEN III, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences: Alpha Tau Omega: Eta Sigma Phi; Math Club; Varsity Letter, Golf; Varsity Sports, Golf: Young Republicans. BETTY S. ORENDORF, Bowling Green, Kentucky: Newcomb: Chi Omega. • EDMUND N. ORSINI, North Little Rock, Ark.: Arts and Sciences: Phi Kappa Sigma; Sailing Club. Fourth Row: JOHN S. PACHTER, Greenwood, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. WALTER (MIKE) T. PEARSON, Fort Valley, Georgia; Business Administration; Phi Kappa Sigma. MIKKI PELLETTIERI, Houston, Texas; Newcomb: Alpha Omicron Pi; Dormitory Council; Greenbackers; Secretary, Student Activities Board; Homecoming Court; Recording Secretary, New- comb Student Body. LYN PELTER, Huntingburg, Ind.: Newcomb: A Cappella Choir; Concert Choir; Young Republicans. • JANE CAROLINE PHARR. New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: Pi Beta Phi; Young Democrats; English Club. Fifth Row: GERALDINE PICTON, Port Arthur, Texas; Newcomb: Pi Beta Phi; Lagnl- appes. • HENRY MINOR PIPES, JR., Houma, La.; Business Administra- tion: Delta Sigma Pi; Intramural Council; Varsity Swimming; President, Philps House Council: Inter-House Council. • DEE DEE POLUNSKY, San Antonio, Texas: Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau; La Tertulia. JOHN BLAKE POSTELL, New Orleans, La.: Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. DENA PRICE. St. Petersburg, Florida: Newcomb; Phi Mu; Oreades: Service Club: Anthropology Club. Sixth Row: SHIRLEY J. PRICE. Staffs., England; Newcomb: TUT. • GAIL RANGIER, Wichita Falls. Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Art School, Secretary- Treasurer; Art Club. • LESTER T. REESE. Birmingham, Ala.: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Epsllon Delta; Phi Eta Sigma; Pep Band, Tulane Band, Vice-President. • THOMAS M. REGAN, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; A.I.Ch.E. • PATRICK MANNING REILY, New Orleans, La.; Architecture: Delta Kappa Epsilon; A.I.A. Seventh Row: LINDA RITTER, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Campus Nite. • RAYMOND J. RIZZO. JR.. Bellaire, Texas: Business Administration; Sigma Chi; Delta Sigma Pi; Varsity Football. • STACY ARI ROBACK, Dallas, Texas: Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Mu: Alpha Epsilon Delta; Phi Eta Sigma; Tulane Student Body Representative; Pre-Medical Society: Student Directory, Editor. • WILLIAM P. ROBERT, JR., New Orleans, La.; Engineering: A.I.Ch.E.; Louisiana Engineering Society. • GLOVER ROBERTS, Gulfport, Mississippi; Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. Eighth Row: MARY JANE ROBERTSON, Louisville, Ky.; University College. • JIM ROBINSON, Charlotte, N.C.: Architecture; Delta Tau Delta; A.I.A.; Carni- val; Greenbackers: Anchor and Chain. • JACK RONIGER, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • BUD ROSEN. Gary. Ind.; Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau; Delta Sigma Pi; JAMBALAYA. • RUTH ROSEN. New Orleans, La.; University College; Alpha Epsilon Phi. Ninth Row: HENRY M. ROSENBLUM. Houston, Texas: Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. • H. TERRY DRUCKER ROSIN, Savannah, Ga.; Newcomb; Delta Phi Epsilon. • LOUIS A. RUBENSTEIN, Shaw, Miss.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Pre-Modlcal Society. • JOHN R. RUCKSTUHL, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; A.I.E.E., Secretary. • ALEXANDER PRESTON RUSSEL, Clarksville, Tenn.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; TUSK; Green- backers; Adelphons. MA 2 r 273 First Row: JAMES D. RUSSELL, Meridian, Miss.; Arts and Sciences; Intramural Council. • LINDA RUSSO, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb. • KATHLEEN HELEN RYAN, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Newcomb School of Music. Secretary; Opera Workshop; Young Conservatives. • BENJAMIN H. SANDERS, Laurel, Miss.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; TUSK; Anchor and Chain; Navy Drill Team. • BLANQUITA SANTI- AGO, Coral Gables, Florida: Newcomb; Dance Club, President: La Tertulia, Vice-President; Greenbackers. Second Row: CHARLES " BUTCH " SCHALLER, New Orleans, La.; Business Administra- tion; Pi Kappa Alpha: Tailhook Club; Rifle Team. • CHRISTOPHER LEIGH SCHALLER. Barrington, ill.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • VIRGINIA BANCROFT SCHANZER, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: Pi Beta Phi. • PHIL SCHEPS, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu; Math Club; Hullabaloo; WTUL; Greenbackers; Army Drill Team. GEORGE J. SCHEXNAYDER, JR., New Orleans, La.; Engineering; A.I.Ch.E. Third Row: SANDRA SCHOONOVER, Salem, III.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta PI; TUT; Young Democrats. • CAROL SCHUCHS, Frogmore, La.: Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • ROBERT R. SCHWERIN, Hammond, Ind.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi. • BEVERLY SCOTT, Dallas, Texas; Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma. KENT SEALE, Sulphur, La.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. Fourth Row: LARRY SECREST, Fort Smith, Ark.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • BILL SELLERS, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. ROY SELLERS, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Sigma Chi; Delta Sigma Pi. SUSAN SHANKLIN, Fort Myers, Fla.: Newcomb; Chi Omega; Beta Beta Beta; Greenbackers; T.U. Student Council. KEN- NETH SHUTT, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Scabbard and Blade; A.I.E.E. Fifth Row: ELLIOTT M. SIEGEL, Chicago, 111.; Arts and Sciences: Tulane Varsity Club: Varsity Letter. Swimming; Varsity Sports, Swimming: Student Directory: Campus Nite. JOHN SIMPSON, New Orleans, La.; Business Administra- tion; Alpha Tau Omega. KATHLEEN JUDITH SMITH, Birmingham, Ala.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Tulane Varsity Club; TUT; English Club. • NANNETTA SMITH, Jackson, Miss.; Newcomb; Chi Omega: Secretary. • PRENTICE L. G. SMITH, JR., Houma, La.: Arts and Sciences: Delta Sigma Phi; TUSK. Sixth Row: CHARLES A. SNYDER, Bastrop, La.: Business Administration; Campus Nite; Circle K, Treasurer. • PAULETTE SOLOW, Chicago, 111.; Newcomb. • GINA SONIAT, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Opera Workshop; Newcomb Club. SANDY SPARK, Waco, Texas; New- comb; Sigma Delta Tau; Junior Class Vice-President; Dormitory Council; Inner Council; Secretary of Johnston House. LEONARD JOEL SPILLERT, Laurelton, N.Y.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi, Vice-President; Stu- dent Directory; TUSK; Pre-Medical Society. Seventh Row: ANDREW K. SPONGBERG, Wichita. Kan.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; TUSK. • CAROL STEINER, New Orleans, La.; New- comb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Student Directory. • SAMUEL PAGE STEWART, Gallon, O.; Architecture: Alpha Tau Omega; Alpha Omega Alpha; A. I. A.; Intramural Council; Varsity Letter, Golf; Greenbackers. MICHAEL SANFORD STODDARD, Jacksonville, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. • TIMOTHY F. SWOOP, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Kappa Alpha; Varsity Sports, Track. Eighth Row: HENRY ST. GEORGE TEAFORD, JR., Americus. Ga.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. LINDA TEIJELO, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • SUSAN TEMPLETON, Terre Haute, Ind.; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Honor Board, Tulane and Newcomb: Barracudas; Dormitory Council: Greenbackers. 1 ikiTb U N I R 274 First Row: ROY TERRITO, Harvey, La.; Arts and Sciences. • CORINNE CARTER THOMAS. New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. PETER DRAKE THOMPSON, JR., Metalrie, La,; Engineering: Beta Theta Pi; Omicron Delta Kappa; A,S.M.E.: Arnold Air Society. • RON THORNTON, Baytown, Texas: Business Administration; Sigma Chi. ELEANOR M. TOLBERT, New Orleans, La.; University College. Second Row: MIKE TOUPS, Thibodeaux, La.; Architecture; Sigma Chi; Secretary-Treas- urer, School of Architecture; A. I. A. • ROBERT M. TOUPS, Baton Rouge, La.: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Sigma; Eta Sigma Phi. MARGERY TOWNE, Yarmouth, Ma.; Newcomb: Phi Mu. • SUSAN MARIE TREACY, New York City, N.Y.; Newcomb. • SANDY ULMER, Canutillo, Texas; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; German Club, President. Third Row: Pti ' ER M. VIGUERIE, Metairie, La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • PLAUCHE F. VILLERE, JR., New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; Scabbard and Blade; Baseball; Greenbackers; A. U.S. A. • JOHN VINTURELLA, Arabia, La.; Engineering; Junior Engineering, Vice-President: A.I.Ch.E.; Intramural Council. » KOSTA NICK VLAHOS, Biloxi, Miss.; Business Administration. • JEAN VORHOFF, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. Fourth Row: JUDY WAITE, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; JAMBALAYA; Newcomb Panhellenic, Secretary; TUT, President. • BON- NIE ANN WALLACE, Plymouth Meeting, Pa.: Newcomb: Alpha Delta Pi, Recording Secretary. • NEAL J. WALTHER, Waverly, la.; Arts and Sciences: Alpha Epsilon Delia. • HENRI L. WEDELL, Bronxville, N. Y.; Business Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon; TUSK. LOUIS BAYER WEISENBURGH III, Lexington, Ky.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta; Persh.ng Rides. Fifth Row: BEVERLY WELCH, Toomsuba, Miss.; Newcomb; Phi Mu: Sailing Club. • CLARKE WELLBORN, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • GEORGE WERCKLE, San Antonio, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu; Pre-Medical Society. • NATHAN SAMUEL WEXLER, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Alpha Epsilon Delta: Pre-Medical Society. President: Circle K Club, DONNA WHITE, Newton, Miss.: Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi, Vice-President: Le Circle Francais; A Cappella Choir, Secretary: Concert Choir; Opera Workshop; Music School, Vice-President. Sixth Row: JERRY R. WHITTAKER, Shoshoni, Wyo.; Engineering: Phi Kappa Sigma; A.I.E.E. • JULIE WILLIAMS, New Orleans, La.: Newcomb: Athletic Coun- cil: American Chemical Society: German Club; Campus Nite. WILLIAM H. WILLIAMS III, Metairie, La.; Business Administration: Alpha Tau Omega. • JOHN L. WILSON, Baton Rouge, La.; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; A.I.E.E. • HENRY T. WINKELMAN. Memphis, Tenn.: Architecture; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A. I. A. Seventh Row: MARY ANNE WITTMANN, Mobile, Ala.: Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi, Treas- urer; Gorman Club; Le Circle Francais. JOHN LOWELL WOLLNEY, Now Orleans, La,: Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Greenbackers. PAUL WOOLVERTON, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta; A.I.Ch.E.; L.E.S. • HALLMAN WOODS, Minden, La.; Business Administration. Beta Theta Pi. • MARTHA GAYDEN YANCEY. Shreveport, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; English Club; Pan-Hellenic. Eighth Row: LYNDA GORDON YATES, Jackson, Miss.; Newcomb: Chi Omega. • MONICA ANN YATES, New Orleans, La.: Newcomb. ROBERT J. YOUNG, Shreveport, La.; Architecture; Kappa Sigma; A.I.A. 275 First Row: LEN ABELMAN, Lake Charles, La.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Theta Sigma; Young Democrats; Circle K Club, Secretary. ARNIE ABRAMSON, Shreveport, La.; Business Administration; Student Directory; Greenbackers; Campus Nite; Adelphons; Young Democrats. • ANNE ALBERT, Baton Rouge, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Barracudas; Le Circle Francais; Greenbackers. LUCILLE RIVERS ALFRED, Shreveport, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Student Council Secretary; Student Activities Board. • CHARLES E. ALLEN III, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega; TUSK. Second Row: MICHAEL JOHN ANDERSON, Dallas, Texas; Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta; Delta Sigma Pi; TUSK. • A. EARLE APPLEBY, Columbia, S.C; Engineering; A.I.Ch.E. • SUSAN ARMBRUSTER, Cozad, Neb.; New- comb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Air Force Sponsor. • J. SHELDON ARTZ, Shaker Heights, Ohio; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu. C. ASHLEY ATKINSON, Summit, Miss.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. Third Row: CHRISTINE BACHER, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • BETH BAGBY, Palo Alto, Calif .; Newcomb; Hullabaloo, Feature Editor; Green- backers; Sailing Club. STEVE BAILEY, San Antonio, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Swimming Team. ROBERT M. BAILLIET, Thibodaux, La.; Engi- neering; Sigma Chi; A.I.E.E.; WTUL; L.E.S. • RICHARD J. BALTHAZAR, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences. Fourth Row: CHARLOTTE BARKERDING, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Athletic Council; Le Circle Francais. • W. LONNIE BARLOV , Cochran, Ga.; Arts and Sciences; Inter-House Council. HUGH GLENN BARNETT II, Lake Charles, La.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. • BARBARA BARRY, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Athletic Council. LINDA LOUISE BASS, Oklahoma City, Okla.; New- comb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Dormitory Council; Young Republicans. Fifth Row: CAROL BEACH, Nashville, Tenn.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; House Coun- cil; Inner Council; Sailing Club. KENNETH A. BEEM, Columbus, O.; Arts and Sciences; Tulane Band. • BETTY GAY BELL, Blloxi, Miss.; New- comb; Alpha Omlcron Pi; Eta Sigma Phi; Oreades. • HILTON SUTTON BELL, Newport Beach. Calif.; Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. • J. T. BILLUPS, JR., Houston, Texas; Engineering; A.I.E.E.; Swimming Varsity; V ' TUL, Technical Director. Sixth Row: LINDA ANN BLACK, Hot Springs, Ark.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Dormi- tory Council. • MILTON S. BLEIWEISS, University City, Mo.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Eta Sigma. STANLEY LOUIS BLEND, Houston, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Eta Sigma Phi; Math Club; Pre-Medical Society; TUSK; Young Democrats. BARBARA BLOOM, Montgomery, Ala.; Newcomb; JAMBALAYA, Editor of Administrations. • LUANN BOARNET, New Braunfels, Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Student Directory; Sailing Club. Seventh Row: HARRIET BOBO, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; President of Sophomore Class; Greenbackers; Honor Board Newcomb College; New- comb Student Council. • J. A. BOLLES. New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Young Republicans; Sailing Club. • BETH BOLTON, Alexandria, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Athletic Council; Dormitory Council; TUSK. MARY BOSTICK, Gilbert, La.; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Service Club. • CLAY BOSTON, Cleburne, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu; Math Club; A. I. A. Eighth Row: T. S. BRADY, Bryan, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • DONNA PATRICIA BRANNON, Montgomery, Ala.; Newcomb; Oreades; Sailing Club. • EUGENE A. BRIAN, New Orleans, La.; Engi- neering. • BARBARA BRIDGES, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb. • ROBERT STEVEN BRIER, Houston, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. Ninth Row: NINA CAROLE BRISKER, Miami Beach. Fla.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; La Tertulia; Campus Nite; Young Democrats. • STUART BROWN, Providence, La.; Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. SHERRY BROWN, Andrews, Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Omlcron Pi; Oreades; JAMBALAYA; Greenbackers. • HUGH F. BURNETT, Pine Bluff, Ark.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Swimming. • JOAN BURNEY, Mobile, Ala.; Newcomb; Inner Council. SOPHOMORES tMa ikiiiSi 276 First Row: JAMES E. BYRAM, Alexandria, La.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • GEORGIA McKINNEY BYRNE, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gannma; Art Club. • JOHN C. CALT, Palisades, N.Y.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. • MERLE DURANT CANE, Mobile, Ala.; Newconnb. • DAVID CARNES, Gadsden, Ala.; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; House Council, Secretary. Second Row: PRENTISS B. CARTER, Morton, III.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta, Secretary; Phi Eta Siqnna, Vice-President. PETER D. CASELLA, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration. • GARY G. CATREN, Westfleld, N.J.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. RONA CHAFETZ, Memphis, Tenn.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau; Vice-President Sophomore Class; Green- baclcers. • A. P. CHAMBLISS, Darien, Ga.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Third Row: MIKE CHRISTISON, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Young Democrats. • JAMES MONTELEONE CIARAVELLA, JR., New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; Pre-Medical Society; Sailing Club. MICHAEL K. CLANN, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • ELISABETH CLARK, Clarksdale, Miss.; Kappa Kappa Gamma: Greenbackers; Campus Nite, Secretary; T.U.T. • CARL W. CLEVELAND, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Football. Fourth Row: JACK COHEN, Atlanta, Ga.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu; Pre- Medical Society ' . • JACQUELYN COHEN, Easton, Pa.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Student Directory. • LETTY COLBERT, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • AUBREY L. COLEMAN, JR., Viclcsburg, Miss.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma. PATSY THEONE COLLINS, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Omlcron Pi; Art Club; Young Republicans; Sailing Club. Fifth Row: DAVID COMBE, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. • ELLEN CONMY, Blsmarlt, N. Dak.; Newcomb. • CHARLES CONNELL, Minden, La.; Arts and Sciences; Greenbackers; Football; Baseball. DOUG CONNER, Tampa, Fla.; Business Administration; Kappa Sigma; JAM- BALAYA. • JAMES P. CONNER, Metalrle, La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Sixth Row: SHANNON CLARE COOKSON, Falls Church, Va.; Newcomb; PI Beta Phi; JAMBALAYA; Young Republicans. • CHARLES CORONA, Kenner, La.; Arts and Sciences. • LOUISE CORRIGAN, New Orleans, La.; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Barracudas. THOMAS M. CORVVIN, Mobile, Ala.; Arts and Sciences. LOUIS COSTA, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. Seventh Row: TUCKER H. COUVILLON III, Marltsvllle, La.; Arts and Sciences; Sopho- more Class President; Honor Board; Student Council. ' BILL CRAIN, Shreveport, La.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha; TUSK; Panhellenic Council. • JIM CROSLAND, Longbeach, Miss.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. H. HACKETT CUMMINS. New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. RAY CUSH, Shreveport, La.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Phi Omega. Eighth Row: JANET CUTLER, Tampa, Fla.; Newcomb. • ROBERT DANA, Gulfport, Miss,; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha; Sailing Club; Phi Eta Sigma. • PORTER O. DANIEL, JR., Manhasset, N. Y.; Architecture; Phi Kappa Sigma; A.I.A. • JAMES MILTON DAVID, Logansport, Ind.; Business Ad- ministration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Young Republicans; Student Activities Board; Cheerleader; Greenbackers. • ROBERT CLARK DAVIDSON, South Bend, Ind.; Business Administration; Basketball. Ninth Row: FELIX M, DEL GRECO, JR., West Hartford, Conn.; Arts and Sciences; Pre-Medical Society. • DAVID ALAN DEPP, Metalrle, La.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. • CHARLES ALEX DIETZ, Little Rock, Ark.; Engi- neering: Sigma Alpha Epsilon; President of Sophomore Engineering Class; Phi Eta Sigma. • TOM E. DOLHONDE, Houston, Texas; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; A.I.Ch.E.; Alpha Phi Omega. • THOMAS DONOFRIO, JR., Chicago, HI.; Arts and Sciences; PI Kappa Alpha; House Council. B 3 9 277 First Row: CATHY DONOVAN, Fort Worth, Texas: Newcomb; PI Beta Phi; Honor Board; Assets; JAMBALAYA; Freshman Beauty Court. • NICKY DOWNS, Fort Plain, N. Y.; Newcomb. ARTHUR E. DRAGON, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta; Young Republicans. MILTON E. DREWES, JR., New Orleans, La.; Engineering; A.I.Ch.E. • MARY ANN DRYDEN, Metairie, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. Second Row: GEORGE A. DUNCAN, Jacksonville Beach, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. • SUSAN BARROW DUNLAP, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Dance Club. • JANET MARJORIE DUNN, Lake Forest. III.; Newcomb: Phi Mu; Oreades, Secretary. LYNN DYMOND, New Orleans. La.; Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma. DEL EAGEN. New Orleans, La.; Alpha Omicron Pi; Eta Sigma Phi; Oreades. Third Row: JERRY C. EBERSBAKER, Baton Rouge, La.; Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma; House Council. JIM EDDY, Shreveport, La.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. • LEON EDMOND, New Orleans, La.; Arts and S ciences. • ELEANOR ELLIS, Amite, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Dormitory Council. • SUSAN ELSESSER, Peoria, III.; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. Fourth Row: DAVID EPSTEIN, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. • JULIAN S. EPSTEIN, W. Newton. Mass.; Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Mu. • DAVID LEEDS EUSTIS, New Orleans, La.: Business Adminis- tration; Sigma Chi. • JOHN DOUGLAS EUSTIS, JR., New Orleans. La.: Arts and Sciences: Sigma Chi. • WILLIAM JOSEPH EVERHARDT, Me- tairie, La.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Eta Sigma. Fifth Row: MARY FARRAR, St. Francisville, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; A Cappella Choir. • EMILY JEAN FEINSTEIN, Meridian, Miss.: Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Eta Sigma Phi; Oreades. • JAMES M. FELD. Mil- waukee, Wis.; Business Administration; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Adelphons: House Council. • JACK P. FENWICK. JR.. Kosciusko, Miss.; Architecture; Kappa Alpha: Class Vice-President; A.I.A. • NANCY FERRELL, Hopkinsville, Ky.; Business Administration; Chi Gamma. Vice-President. Sixth Row: SHELBY FERRIS, Vicksburg, Miss.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • BURTON FINK, West Englewood, N.J.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu. • MAYER FINKLESTEIN, Baton Rouge, La.; Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Mu. • PATTI GAGE FISHBURNE, Walterboro, S.C; New- comb College; Kappa Kappa Gamma; JAMABALAYA; Young Republicans; Queen of Freshman Beauty Court. • JACK DEE FISHER, De Quincy, La.; Arts and Sciences; Football. Seventh Row: JOHN JAY FISHMAN, University City, Mo.; Arts and Sciences; Pre- Medical Society; WTUL. • PHYLLIS ANN FISHMAN, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • CLAIRE LYNN FLEET, Jacksonville, Fla.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Le Circle Francais. • EVELYN FLEISCHER, Shaw, Miss.; Newcomb: Alpha Epsilon Phi. MONA TEL FONDREN, Cora Gables, Fla.; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Barracudas; Le Circle Francais; La Tertulia; Greenbackers. Eighth Row: CHALON FONTAINE, New Orleans, La.: Newcomb. • JUDY FORD, Encino. Calif.; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • MARY FORD. Hunting- ton, N.Y.; Newcomb; Service Club. • ANN FOTHERGIL, Kansas City, Kansas; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. • CARL EDWARD FOUGEROUSSE, JR., Texarkana. Tex.; Arts and Sciences; Pre-Medlcal Society. Ninth Row: WILLIAM J. FOX, Columbus, Ind.; Architecture; A.I.A. C. BRYAN FRATER, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Beta Theta Pi. • ANN FRIEDLER. New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: Alpha Epsilon Phi; Hullabaloo. • DON J. FRIEDMAN, Fort Smith, Ark.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu. • JOEL M. FRIEDMAN, Bronx, N.Y.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; TUSK; Pre-Medical Society: Student Directory; Young Democrats. . i 1 ! SOPHOMORES First Row: RICHARD P. FRIEDMAN, Great Necic, N.Y.: Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsllon PI. • JERRY FRIEDRICHS, Metalrie, La.: School of Enginoerlnq; Delta Kappa Epsllon; TUSK. • LOUIS L. FRIERSON, New Orleans, La.: Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. • STEPHEN S. FROCKT, Louis- ville. Ky.: Arts and Sciences: Zeta Beta Tau; Younq Democrats. NORMAN RICHARD GALEN, New York City, N.Y.; Arts and Sciences: Tau Epsllon Phi; House Council; Pre-Medical Society. Second Row: TOM GALLAGHER. Miami, Fla.; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi; Hulla- baloo; WTUL; Tulane Conservative Club: Young Republicans Club. • JOHN DUNCAN GAY, Houston, Tex.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. • JAMIE GERSON, Houston, Tex.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Owl Club: Adelphons. ELIZABETH SPENCER GOLDMAN, Water- proof, La.; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Young Conservatives. NEIL GOLDMAN, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Pershing Rifles. Third Row: STEVEN M. GOLDRING, Greenwich, Conn.; Arts and Sciences ' ; Zeta Beta Tau: JAMBALAYA. • JERRY GOLDSMITH, Welsh, La.; Arts and Sciences: Zeta Beta Tau. • HERBIE GOLDSTEIN, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu; Phi Eta Sigma. • LINDA L. GOLDSTEIN, St. Louis, Mo.: Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau: La Tertulla. SANDRA L. GOLDSTEIN. New Orleans, La.; University College; Sigma Delta Tau; PreMedlcal Society. Fourth Row: E. STEVERS GOLLADAY, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences: Phi Kappa Sigma. • MALCOLM ARNOLD, GOODMAN, New Orleans, La.; Engi- neering; Zeta Beta Tau. • PETER GOODMAN, Great Neck, N.Y.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsllon PI. • MARY MARGARET GOODRICH, Celaya, Guanajuato; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta: Assets; TUSK; Barracudas. • CHARLES DRU GOODWIN, Montgomery, Ala.; Arts and Sciences; Pre-Medical Society, Secretary; Tulane Band, Treasurer: Alpha Phi Omega, Vice-President; House Council. Fifth Row: HOWARD WAYNE GORDON, Miami Beach, Fla.; Business Administra- tion; Alpha Epsllon Pi; Delta Sigma PI; Photography Club; Accounllnq Club, • VIRGINIA GORDON, Miami Beach, Fla.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau; La Tertulia. • TERRY GORMAN, Birmingham, Ala.; Newcomb: Alpha Delta Pi. • DALE W. GOTT JR., Valparaiso, Ind. Engineering; Baseball Varsity Letter; Basketball. HELEN LOUISE GRAHAM, Waterloo, Iowa; New- comb; A Cappella Choir. Sixth Row: MARCUS J. GRAPES, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsllon PI. • lEVA GRASMANIS, Tulsa, Okla.: Newcomb; Dance Club. • EUGENE A. GRASSER, Metalrie, La.; Business Administration: Kappa Alpha; Phi Eta Sigma; Delta Sigma Pi. • JOHN L. GRAY III, North Little Rock, Ark.; Arts and Sciences; Tulanlans. • BARTON NYE GREEN, Fort Lauder- dale, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; A Cappella Choir; Concert Choir; TUT. Seventh Row: ELAINE GREENBAUM, Atlanta, Ga.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsllon Phi; Campus Nile. JULIA GREGORY, Versailles, Ky.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Concert Choir. • BETTY GRIFFIN, Memphis, Tenn.; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. DAVID M. GRIPPING, Princeton, N.J.; Architecture; Delta Kappa Epsllon; Young Republicans; Sailing Club. • TORBIN H. GRIGSBY, Shreveport, La.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsllon; Pre-Medical Society; TUSK; Adelphons. Eighth Row: GAYLE GUENTHER, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb. • JANE GURRY, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb. • DIANE GURTNER, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb. • JOANN HABANS, New Orleans. La.; Newcomb. JOAN SQUIRE HALIFAX, Coral Gables, Fla.; Newcomb; Alpha Omlcron Pi; Le Circle Francals; A Cappella Choir; TUT; Color Girl for Navy. Ninth Row: BRENDA HANCKES, New Orleans. La.; Business Administration; Chi Omega: Chi Gamma Chi; Young Republicans. WILLIAM A. HANCOCK, Cleveland, Ohio; Arts and Sciences. • THOMAS H. HANNON. JR., Metalrie. La.; Engineering; Beta Theta PI; A.I.E.E. • PATSY HARDIN, Conyers, Ga.; Newcomb. M. CAROL HARKEY, Slldell, La.; Newcomb: Chi Omega; Barracudas. M 4tkM 279 First Row: JOHN C. HARRINGTON, Tulsa, Okla.: Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; Navy ROTO. ' GEORGE S. HARRIS, Montgomery, Ala.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu. • MICHAEL L HARRIS, St. Louis, Mo.; Business Administration; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Business Honor Board; Delta Sigma Pi; Greenbaclers; Interhouse Council, President. • HELEN HARRY, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Assets; TUT. BABS HARTNETT, Winston-Salem, N.C.; Newcomb: Dormitory Council; Campus Nite; Sailing Club. Second Row: TILLY HATCHER, Columbus, Ga.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • MARK A. HEADY, Florissant, Mo.; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. • MARC P. HEDDY, Stoughton, Mass.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. • CHRISTOPHER HELLER, Barrington, 111.; Business Administra- tion; Sigma Chi. • JACK HEPTING, Asheville, N.C.; Architecture; Phi Delta Theta; A.I.A.; Tennis. Third Row: GINGER HERRING, Vicksburg, Miss.; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • R. THOMAS HESS, Rockford, III.; Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Epsllon; German Club; Pre-Medical Society; TUSK. • ELAINE HESTER, Witchita Falls Texas; Newcomb; Aloha Omicron Pi. JUDITH HILL, San Antonio, Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; La Tertulia. • PENNY HILLYER, Pass Christian, Miss.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Young Republicans. Fourth Row: FLOYD M. HINDELANG. JR.. Gretna, La.; Arts and Sciences: Pi Kappa Alpha. • TERRY J. HISERODT, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; A.S.M.E.; Sailing Club. • RALPH C. HEWIH, JR., Winter Park, Fla.; Arts and Sciences. • DAN H. HICKEY III, Dallas, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. DONALD G. HOCH, Grapeland, Texas; Archi- tecture: A. LA. Fifth Row: RUSSELL L. HOLMAN, New Or ' ears, La.: Business Administration; Kappa Sigma; Delta Sigma Pi; JAMBALAYA. • DAVID MORRIS HOROWITZ, Miami, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Young Democrats; Inter-House Council. • JOHN J. HOUSEY, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega; ASCE.; Sailing Club. • NEEL H. HOWARD, New Orleans, La.: Business Administration; Kappa Alpha: TUSK. • VIRGINIA HAYDEN HOWE, Houston, Texas; Newcomb; Athletic Council, Treasurer; Barracudas, Pub- licity Chairman; Newcomb Choir. Sixth Row: CHARLES J. HOWIE, Texarkana, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Pre-Medlcal Society. • ARTHUR S. HUEY 111, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences: Delta Tau D elta. • FRANCIS HUMBRECHT, New Orleans, La.: Business Administration. • ANNE READ HYNES, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Art Club; Young Republicans; Sailing Club. CAROL ICE- LAND, Syosset, New York; Newcomb: Sailing Club. Seventh Row: RON L. IHNEN, Manchester, E. IKARD, Columbia, Tenn.; • TEMPLE A. INNIS, New WILLIAMS JACKSON, Mt. Barracudas; Dormitory Counc Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. Ind.; Arts and Sciences; Basketball. • JOHN uslness Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences. LILLIE Pleasant, Tenn.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; BEN JACOBS, Dallas, Texas: Arts and Eighth Row: STEVEN G. JAHNEKE, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Beta Theta Pi. JO BETH JANKE, Houston, Texas; Newcomb: La Tertulia, Treas- urer; Hullabaloo. • GEORGE JANVIER III, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega. PAUL W. JARDIS, Salem, N.H.; Arts and Sciences: Delta Tau Delta, Vice-President; Greenbackers; Panhellenic Council. BILL JEFFERS, San Antonio, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Young Republicans. Ninth Row: STEPHEN C. JENSEN, Corvallls, Ore.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • REGINA JOHNSON, Phoenix, Ariz.: Newcomb; Art Club. • ROYCE O. JOHNSON, JR., Pine Bluff, Ark.; Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JULIE JONES, Atlanta, Ga.; Newcomb; Sailing Club. • JUDY JORDAN, Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. tQ f mM 280 r First Row: PETER JAY JULIEN, Miami, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; TUSK. • RAYMOND KALMANS, Houston, Texas; Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau; A Cappella Choir; Concert Choir. • MICHAEL LESLIE KAMIL, St. Louis, Mo.; Arts and Sciences; German Club; WTUL; Glendy Burke Society. • VERONICA JEAN KASTRIN. El Paso, Texas: Newcomb; Alpha Omlcron PI; Le Circle Francais. ' RICHARD C. KEENAN, New Orleans, La.; Arts ind Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Second Row: HENRY STOVALL KENDRICK III, Montgomery, Ala.; Business Administra- tion; Alpha PI Omega. • PEGGY A. KENNER, New Orleans, La.; New- comb; Alpha Omicron PI. • JAMES L. KENT, Monahans, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; Intramural Council; Pre-Medical Society; Tulane Band; Amateur Radio Club. • SALLY KESSLER, Osweqo, N.Y.; Newcomb; Alpha Omlcron PI; Barracudas. • ROBERT H. KILINSKI, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; A.I.E.E. Third Row: SALLY ANN KITTREDGE, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma; Young Republicans. ROGER N. KLAM, Monroe, La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; German Club; Pre-Medical Society; TUSK; Alpha Phi Omega. BARB KLINE, Sioux City, Iowa; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • KAROL G. KLOEPFER, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta PI; Athletic Council; La Tertulla. • DONNA LEE KNIGHT, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb. Fourth Row: MICHAEL H. KOCH, Chicago, III.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. • JEFFREY LAWRENCE KORACH, Shaker Hts„ Ohio; Business Adminis- tration; Sigma Alpha Mu; TUSK; Adelphons; Panhellenic Council. HOPE KORSHAK, Chicago, III.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Student Directory. • MEREDITH ANN KOTTEMANN, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron PI; Art Club. MICHAEL KURTZ, Areola, Ind.; Arts and Sciences; Basketball. Fifth Row: DOUG LA GARDE, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. • JERRY F. LAMBIOTTE, Fort Smith, Ark.; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A.I.Ch.E. • DEANNE MAY LANOIX, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Phi Mu; La Tertulla; A Cappella Choir. ADRIENNE ELIZABETH LAPEYRE, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Oreades; Young Republicans. TOM LASSEIGNE, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi. Sixth Row: CHRISTOPHER E. LAWLER, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Eta Sigma. C. BERDON LAWRENCE, Lake Charles, La.; Business Ad- ministration; Kappa Sigma; Vice-President of Sophomore Class; Honor Board. • KENNETH ALLAN LAWSON, Jacksonville, Fla.; Engineering. • EDDIE LAYRISSON, Ponchatoula, La.; Business Administration; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Panhellenic Council. LINDA LEE, Sarasota, Fla.; New- comb; Kappa Alpha Theta. Seventh Row: WILLIAM H. LEE II, Lockport, N.Y.; Business Administration: Sigma Alpha Epsilon; TUSK, President: Golf. • ELAINE C. LEICHER, New Orleans, La.; University College; Hullabaloo. LINDA LEITZ, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb. • J. ANDREW LENNOX III, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences. • PHILIP LEONE JR., Essex Falls. N.J.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. Eighth Row: JOHN M. LESTER, Dallas, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. • DORIS LEVY, Savannah, Ga.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau; Dance Club. • KATHY LEWIS. Cleveland, Ohio: Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Theta. • NINA IRENE LIBEIY, Mt. Vernon, N.Y.; Newcomb; Le Circle Francais; Newcomb Choir. • LELAND HOWARD LIFSCHIZ, San Francisco, Calif.: Arts and Sciences: Tau Epsilon Phi; German Club; Pre-Medical Society; Committee of Faculty Affairs. Ninth Row: G. CARLTON LIND. Newton, Mass.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi. Treasurer; Math Club; Dolphin Club. • DAVID MICHAEL LIPMAN, Philadelphia, Pa.; Arts and Sciences: Pre-Medical Society. MIDGIE LIHLE, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. • ROBERT D. LOFTIN, Carrollton, Ga.; Arts and Sciences; A Cappella Choir. • BART LONGE- NECKER, New Orleans, La.; Sigma Nu; German Club; Hullabaloo, Sports Editor; Pep Band. 9 © " MJL 281 First Row: LENI LORENZ, Tulsa, Okla.; Newcomb. SALLIE LOTT, New Orleans. La.: Newcomb: Phi Mu; Orientation Big Sister. • WENDY LUDWIS, Shaker Heights, Ohio; Newcomb: Sigma Delta Tau: Campus Nite: TUSK. • WILLIAM H. LUX, Birmingham, Ala.: Business Administration: Zeta Beta Tau. JOHN H. LYNN, Chillicothe, Ohio: Engineering; A.l.E.E. Second Row: ANN MARIE MAJOUE, Westv ego, La.: Nev comb: Alpha Omicron Pi: Art Club. • KENNETH M. MALLON. Oakland, N.J.; Arts and Sciences: Phi Kappa Sigma. RICHARD 1. MANAS, Surfside. Fla.; Arls and Sciences: Alpha Epsilon Pi. SUSIE MANATT, Houston. Texas; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma: Athletic Council: TUSK; Freshman Beauty Court. • STAN- LEY MANDEL, San Antonio, Texas; Engineering: Alpha Epsilon Pi; Louisiana Engineering Society: A.S.M.E. Third Row: ALCIDE S MANN, JR.. New Providence, N.J.: Arts and Sciences: Phi Kappa Sigma. • HARVEY POWELL MARICE. Metairie. La.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta; Young Republicans: Conservative Club. • PHILLIP MARKS. Ft. Smith, Ark., Arts and Sciences: Sigma Nu: Pre- Med ' cal Society. • LAWRENCE M. MARTIN. Jackson, Miss.: Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. • LOUIS NORBERT MARTIN, Mobile, Ala.: Arts and Sciences: Delta Kappa Epsilon. Fourth Row: SIDNEY J. MARTINEZ, New Orleans, La.: Arts and Sciences: Amateur Radio Club. • JANET HELEN MASTERS, Ft. Worth, Texas: Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • JOAN BARRY MATTHEWS, New Orleans, La.; New- comb- Kappa Kaopa Gama. • JOHN A. MEADE, New Orleans, La.; Engi- neering: Beta Theta Pi; Panhellenic Council, A.S.M.E. • DONNA MECH- LING, Joliet, 111.; Newcomb. Fifth Row: TOM J. MEEK, JR., Camden, Ark.; Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • GEORGE WM. MEGLA, Pacoima, Calif.; Arts and Sciences: JAMBALAYA. • LOUIS KOENIG MEISEL, Tenafly, N.J.: Business Ad- ministration. • GAIL MELLOR, Louisville, Ky.: Newcomb: Alpha Delta Pi: Pi Sigma Alpha; La Tertulla; WTUL • CECILLE MENKUS, Little Rock, Ark.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Dormitory Council. Sixth Row: DAVID MEYERS, St. Petersburg, Fla.: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Epsilon Pi; Sailing Club. • MICHAEL K. MILHOLLAND, Bluffton, Ind.: Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Basketball. • HERBIE MILLER, Rome, Ga.; Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Mu; Football. • JAMES STEWART MILLS, Waterbury, Conn.; Business Administration; Baseball; Inter-House Council. • FRED MITCHELL, Miami, Fla.; Arts and Sciences: Delta Tau Delta. Seventh Row: RICHARD WELLBORNE MOISE, St. Louis, Mo.; Architecture; Sigma Chi; A.I.A. • SAM MONTGOMERY, Jackson. Miss.: Architecture; Delta Tau Delta. • P. SLADE MOODY, Monroe, La.; Arts and Sciences; Young Republicans. • LINDA IRENE MOORE, Louisville, Ky.; Architecture: A.I.A., Treasurer. • EMMETT J. MORAN, JR., New Orleans, La.: Arts and Sciences: Sabre Jets. Eighth Row: C. LANDESS MOREFIELD, Columbia, Tenn.: Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; Greenbackers. • ELIZABETH C. MORR, Evanston, HI.; Newcomb: Barracudas. • JANNA KAY MOSELEY, Durant. Okla.: Newcomb. • KAY MOSLEY, Vidalia, Ga.; Newcomb: Alpha Omicron Pi. • S7EPHEN BRUCE MOSS, Jacksonville, Fla.: Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Mu; Young Democrats. Ninth Row: CHARLES E. MURPHY, Grand Rapids, Mich.: Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; Swimming. D. E. MURPHY, Gainesville, Tex.: Arts and Sciences; German Club; Pre-Medlcal Society; A Cappelia Choir; Concert Choir: Phi Eta Sigma. • JACKIE PITTS MURPHY, Amarlllo, Texas: Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; Greenbackers. • MARIANNE MUSE, Mont- gomery, Ala.: Newcomb: A Cappelia Choir; Concert Choir. • SUSAN PATRICIA McCarthy, New Orleans, La.: Newcomb: Alpha Omicron Pi. 1 tlJ I (Ul tfSbifil i4 4lkii l iMilMmmh tMSM mmmi 282 SOPHOMORES First Row: KIM McCLENEGHAN, Fremont, Neb.; Arts and Sciences: Kappa Signna. • SUSAN McCLOSKEY. Bay St. Louis, Miss.: Newconnb: Pi Beta Phi: Art Club; Athletic Club: Barracudas. JACK B. McGUIRE, New Orleans, La.: Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. • J. EDWARD McKENZIE, JR., Kettering, Ohio; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha: Young Conservatives. • ROBERT J. McKENZIE, Houston, Texas; Arts and Sciences: Sigma Chi; Math Club: Varsity Tract. Second Row: GARY N. McLaughlin, San Antonio, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • MARTHA McMACKIN, Salem, III.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; La Tortulla; WTUL; Tulane Band; English Club; Sailing Club. • MARK LEE NATHANSON, Clayton, Mo.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. • MARILYN (MICKII NEIDICH, Beaufort, S.C; Newcomb: Sigma Delta Tau: WTUL. • PAUL T. NELSON, Huntington, W. Va.: Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha: Alpha Epsilon Delta; Young Decomrats; Pre-Medlcal Society. Third Row: CYNTHIA JEAN NEUMAN, Metalrie, La.; Business Administration; Chi Gamma Chi. Treasurer. • JUDY NICHOLAS, Shreveport, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • JAMES ROBERT NIESET, New Orleans, La.: Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. • LARRY NEUMAN, Lexington, Ky.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon PI; Pre-Medlcal Society; Pershing Rifles. ' SANDI NORTH, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: Campus Nite; Sailing Club. Fourth Row: RICHARD H. O ' BRIEN, Arabi, La.; Engineering. • JOHN C. OCHSNER, Creve Coeur, Mo.; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; Panhellenlc Coun- cil. • JEANNE E. ODENDAHL, New Orleans, La.: Newcomb; Lagnlappes: Sailing Club. MARIAN ANGELICA OMBRES, Palm Beach, Fla.; New- comb: Art Club. • WILLIAM E. O ' NEIL, Wethersfield, Conn.; Business Administration; Kappa Sigma: Vice-President, Sophomore Class. Fifth Row: WILLIAM H. OSBORN, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences: Beta Theta Pi. • MARY ELIZABETH PALTRON, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: Phi Mu: Athletic Council. • MICHAEL A. PARHAM, Springfield, Va.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Pep Band. • WILLIAM LEWIS PARKS, JR., Gulfport, Miss.; Business Administration; Kappa Alpha; Delta Sigma Pi. • JOAN ELIZABETH PARTAIN, San Antonio, Tex.; Newcomb: Alpha Omicron Pi. Sixth Row: DONALD W. PEARSON, Springvllle, Ala.; Arts and Sciences. • KAREN PEELER, Jonesboro, Ark.; Newcomb: Alpha Omicron Pi; Sophomore Class Secretary; Dormitory Council: Young Republicans. CHRISTOPHER J. PENNINGTON, Baltimore, Md.; Engineering: A.S.M.E. TONY PEREZ, JR., Mexico, D.F.; Business Administration; Bita Theta PI; Greenbaclcers: Adelphons. • DAVID G. PERLIS, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. Seventh Row: LEIGH PERRILLIAT, New Orleans, La.: Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Young Republicans. • DAVID McEWEN PETERS, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences: Beta Theta Pi. KAREN SUE PEVOW, Youngstown, Ohio; Newcomb: Alpha Epsilon Phi; Student Directory; Greenbaclcers. • LARRY PFEFFER, Houston, Texas: Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. AMAVRY PIEDRA, New Orleans, La.; School of Engineering; Math Club: A.I.E.E.; I.R.E. Eighth Row: WILLIAM LEON PIPPIN, JR.. Moultrie, Ga.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. • CLYTE D. PITTMAN, JR.. New Orleans, La.: School of Engineering. • J. K. POLLARD, Bunkie, La.; Arts and Sciences: Phi Eta Sigma: WTUL. • DIANNE HELENE POTIN, New Orleans, La.: Newcomb; Alpha Omicron PI. • CAROLYN ELIZABETH PRATT, Shreveport, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega: Sophomore Class Treasurer; Le Circle Francals; Young Republicans. Ninth Row: MARIA M. PRATT, New Orleans, La.: Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Athletic Council. • NATHALIE MARIE PRISE, New Orleans, La.: Newcomb: Eta Sigma Phi; Oreades. ' VIRGIL ORRIN RAMBO. Houston, Texas: Arts and Sciences: Phi Eta Sigma. EDWARD LEE RANCK. Biloxi, Miss.; Arts and Sciences: Delta Kappa Epsilon. • WILLIAM S. RANDALL III. Baton Rouge, La.; Arts and Sciences: Kappa Sigma. 4 1 9 1 j.,i 1 283 First Row: PATRICIA SEMMES RANLETT, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma • JAMES E. RASMUSSEN, Vandenberg A.F.B., Calif.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; JAMBALAYA. • BOB RATCLIFF, Pinevllle, La.; Business Administration; Phi Kappa Sigma; Sailing Club. • ARLEEN RAY- MON. Tuskegee, Aia.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • ANITA REA, Florence, Ala.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Second Row: KAY REA, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. BUDDY RICHARDSON, New Orleans, La.; Electrical Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega- Sophomore Class Treasurer; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Tailhook Club; Honor Board; Sailing Club. SANDY RICHMOND, Newnan, Ga.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi, Secretary: Le Circle Francais; Young Republicans. • FREDERICK L. RIEDI, New Orleans, La.; Engineering. • STEVEN RIND- LEY, Miami Beach, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu; Pre-Medical Society. Third Row: DALE S. RITTER, Allentown Philosophy Club. KEARNY QUINN Phi Delta Theta. _ _ _ , Pa.; Arts and Sciences; RICHARD RIVERS, Dallas, Texas; Arts and Sciences. ' ROBERT, JR., New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; , .,, ,,„ ... . • PAMELA ROBERTS, San Antonio, Texas; Newcomb; Young Republicans. • MALCOLM GEORGE ROBINSON, OUahoma City, OUa.; Arts and Sciences; Tau Epsilon Phi, President; Pre-Medical Society: TUSK. Fourth Row: LYNN ROCKENBACH, Little Rock, Ark.; Arts and Sciences: Pep Band; Tulane Band; WTUL; Phi Eta Sigma. • ALAN MICHAEL ROCKWAY, Miami, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Young Democrats. CHARLES R. RO- LANDO, Lexington, Mass.; Architecture; President of Class; A.I.A. • RICH- ARD RAY RONIGER, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Baseball. GAYLE ROSENTHAL, Dallas, Texas: Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Hullabaloo; Student Directory; Le Circle Francais. Fifth Row: STEVEN JEFFREY ROSENTHAL. Bluefield, W. Va.; Arts and Sciences; Tau Epsilon Phi. • JOHN F. ROSENTHAL, New York. N.Y.: Business Administra- tion; Zeta Beta Tau: Soccer. • CLIFFORD LAWRENCE ROSS, Hollywood, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; WTUL; Pre-Medical Society; Campus Nite. CHARLIE W. ROSSNER, New Orleans, La.; Aris and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. • RICKY ROTH, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu: Pre-Medical Society. Sixth Row: RICHARD LEE ROTH, Miami Beach. Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Tau Epsilon Phi; Pre-Medical Society. • MARTY ROTHBERG, Tampa, Fla.; Arts and Sciences: Pre-Medical Society: Young Democrats. • F. ALLEN ROUSSEL, JR.. New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha; Adelphons; Catacombs. • DIANA ROWLEY, Fullerton, Calif.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. WILLIAM RUBIN, Clayton, Missouri; Business Adminis- tration: Alpha Epsilon Pi; Student Directory; Dormitory Council; Inter- House Council. Seventh Row: RICHARD N. RUSS, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Pre-Medical Society; Student Directory; Opera Workshop; TUT. • ROBERT L. SAIN. Memphis, Tenn.; Arts and Sciences: Sigma Chi. THOMAS S. SALE, Haynesville, La.; Arts and Sciences: Alpha Phi Omega. Vice-President; Conservative Club, Treasurer. • MARYLYN M. SALERNO, Houston, Texas; Newcomb; Pre-Medical Society. • BETH SALTER. Alma, Georgia; New- comb; Alpha Delta Pi. Eighth Row: SUSAN SAMPEY, Sarasota, Fla.: Newcomb; Greenbackers. • LLOYD SAMPSON, Houston. Texas; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Eta Sigma Phi. • RICHARD XAVIER SANCHEZ, Evansvllle, Ind.; Arts and Sciences: A Cappella Choir, Vice-President; Madrigal Singers; Pre-Medical Society. • SUZANNE SANDLIN, Houston, Texas; Newcomb: Pi Beta Phi; Atr Club. • ERIC T. SANKEY, Arvada, Colo.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Baseball; Greenbackers. Ninth Row: FREDRIC P. SAPIRSTEIN, New York, N.Y.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Bela Tau; Young Democrats. MARTHA SAPP, Corpus Christi, Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; La Tertulla: Newcomb Choir. PAULA SHAPIRO, Shreveport, La.; Newcomb; Le Circle Francais; Hullabaloo; Campus Nite. • CHARLES P. SCHILLER. Forest Hills, N.Y.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Pre-Medical Society; WTUL. • JOHN M. SCHIRO, Cincinnati, Ohio; Arts and Science; Zeta Beta Tau. 284 First Row; LESTER R. SCHMIDT, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences. • JIM SCHMIT, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta; Sailing Club. DANIEL JAY SCHWARTZ, Tampa, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Pre-Medical Society; Sports Editor, JAMBALAYA; Greenbackers; Young Democrats; Inter-House Council, Secretary-Treasurer. • JIM TAUB SCHWARTZ, Houston, Texas; Arts and Sciences: Zeta Beta Tau; Eta Sigma Phi; Hullabaloo. • CAROL SCHWARTZBEK, St. Petersburg. Fla.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. Second Row: NED SCHWING, Houston, Texas: Business Administration: Kappa Sigma. • JOHN ROBERT SCHUPP, New Orleans. La.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega; Pre-Medical Society. • ROBERT A. SEALE, JR., Shreveport, La.; Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • KENNETH SEIDEL, Silver Spring, Md.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Student Directory. • JULIE SELLERS, Mobile, Ala.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Third Row: LOUISE CATHERINE SELZER, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb. GENE SENTELL, Houston. Texas; Business; Kappa Sigma; JAMBALAYA. • ROS- ETTA SHAIKUN. Louisville, Ky.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau: Greenbackers; Alpha Epsilon Pi Sweetheart. • CAMILLE THERESA SHAMIS. Gulfport, Miss.; Newcomb: Pi Beta Phi. • SYBIL SHAPIRO, New Orleans, La.; New- comb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. Fourth Row: WILLIAM ALLAN SHENK. Columbus, Ohio; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Philosophy Club. • MICHAEL S. SHEPARD, St. Louis, Mo.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. • STEPHEN G. SHERMAN, Alexandria, La.; Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau; Delta Sigma Pi. SHIRLEY FAY SIEGMAN, Memphis, Tenn.; Newcomb. • MARY LYNN SILVERSON, Memphis, Tenn.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. Fifth Row: JAMES R. SIMMONS, Jackson. Miss.; Arts and Sciences; Pre-Medical Society; Sailing Club. • ADAM N. SIMONS, Chicago, Illinois; Arts and Sciences: Young Democrats. • DAVID ALLEN SKLAR, Jackson, Miss., Business Administration; Delta Sigma Phi; Conservative Club; Bridge Club. • WILLIAM R. SLAUGHTER. West Lafayette. Ind.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Basketball; Greenbackers. • ROBERT SLOANE, Bala-Cynwyd. Pa.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; TUSK. Sixth Row: WILLIAM T. SLOAN, JR., Spartanburg, S.C; Arts and Sciences; Sailing Club. • ALONZO G. SMITH, JR., Gretna, La.; Arts and Sciences; Pershing Rifles; WTUL. • CAMMIE D. SMITH, Metairie, La.: Engineering; A.S.M.E. • HOWARD J. SMITH, JR., New Orleans. La.; Arts and Sciences: Delta Kappa Epsilon, Historian; Young Republicans; Sailing Club. JULIA F. SMITH, Ingleside, Texas; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Athletic Council; Dormitory Council. Seventh Row: W. GRAY SMITH. JR., Nashville. Tenn.; Architecture; A.I.A. • BREARD SNELLINGS, jr.. New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Sailing Club. • NANCY WILCOX SNELLINGS, Monroe, La.; Newcomb: Pi Beta Phi; Athletic Council;; La Tertulia; Young Republicans. • MARTA SNYMAN. Clearwater, Fla.: Newcomb; AROfC Sponsor. • MARSHA RAYE SOLOMON, Charleston, S.C; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; House Council; JAMBALAYA; Campus Nite, Treasurer. Eighth Row: NORMA SOLOMON, Birmingham, Ala.; Newcomb: Sigma Delta Tau: Assets; Dormitory Council: Student Directory, Copy Editor; TUSK; Freshman Beauty Court. • STEPHEN LOUIS SONTHEIMER, New Orleans. La.: Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. • HANK SOSSIN. Hollywood. Fla.; Architecture. JOHN E. SPEAR. Thermopolis. Wyoming: Engineering; Swimming. LARRY SPELLER, Nashville, Tenn.; Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Mu. Ninth Row: RAYMOND P. STARR, JR.. New Orleans. La.; Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. JANET STELL. Dallas. Texas: Business Administration; JAMBALAYA, Catacombs. RICHARD H. STETZER. New Orleans. La.; Engineering; Alpha Epsilon Pi. • JAMES FLOYD STEWART, JR., Fort Worth. Texas; Arts and Sciences: Kappa Sigma. MAURICE EDWARD ST. MARTIN. JR.. New Orleans. La.; Arts and Sciences; Eta Sigma Phi. Treasurer. M dim k Hmo 11 A 1 285 First Row: JOSEPH EDWIN STOLFI, Richmond Hill, N.Y.; Arts and Sciences: Gernnan Club: Pre-Medical Society: House Council, President: Inter-House Council. • EDWARD H. S,OLLEY. New Orleans, La.: Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha • JOHN C. STONE, Spring Hill, La.: Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Greenbackers. • JANE STURDIVANT, Minter City, Miss.: Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Theia. • ROBERT W. SUIT, JR., Miami, Fla. Business Administration: Delta Tau Delta. Second Row: SANDRA SULKIN, Dallas, Texas: Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau. • ALVIN SULLIVAN, Pascagoula, Miss.; Arts and Sciences. • JOHN (BUZZY) A. SUTHERLIN, New Orleans, La.: Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. JAMES R. SUTTERFIELD, Otey, Texas; Business Administration; Phi Kappa Sigma. • ELEANOR MEREDITH SUTTON, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Le Circle Francals. Third Row JACQUELINE DIANE SYLVESTRE, Belize Pre-Medical Society. ' Sciences: Zeta Beta T and Sciences: C LYNTAYLOR,W -.. -.-, - • RAYMOND H. TERMINI, Dickinson, Texas; Arts and Sciences: Eta Sigma Phi. ,.,=,, 1,, ...ritish Honduras; Newcomb; JEFFREY S. TARTE. New Orleans, La.; Arts and oeia lau. • PETER C. TAYLOR, Bordentown. N.J.; Arts I ommittee On Faculty Affairs: House Council. SHARON Winston-Salem, N.C.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau; Tulanians. Fourth Row: MARSHA GAYLE TERRY, Baton Rouge. La.; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Le Circle Francais- La Tertulia. RICHARD P. TEXADA, Alexandria, La.: Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Eta Sigma Phi. • CAROLYN THOMAS, Lake Providence, La.; Newcomb. • LAVERNE THOMAS III, Baton Rouge, La.; Arts and Sciences- hi Delta Theta; Greenbackers; A Cappella Choir; Circle K: Campus Conservatives. • LINDA INEZ MARIE THOMAS, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: Orientation Big Sister. Fifth Row: HAL J. THOMPSON. Memphis, Tenn.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • BONNIE THOMPSON, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. DAVID THORNTON, Versailles, Ky.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • DAVID BORDEN TIDMORE, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. • ANNE M. TIMMONS, Fairview, Pa.; Architecture: A.I.A.: La Tertulia. Sixth Row: GEORGE JOSEPH TRIBBLE, JR., St. Louis, Mo.: Arts and Sciences; PI Kappa Alpha. MERRILY TRIBBLE, Shawnee-Mission, Kan.; Newcomb: Le Circle Francais. • JOAN TRUM, New Orleans, La.; Business Administra- tion; Sigma Delta Tau. • MIKE TUDURY, Metalrle, La.; Architecture: Phi Kappa Sigma: A.I.A. • TANYA TURAN. New Orleans, La.; Newcomb. Seventh Row; BRUCE TURNER, Nashville, Tenn.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu. • LAURENCE HAY TURNER, JR., San Diego, Calif.: Arts and Sciences: Phi Kappa Sigma: TUSK; Panhellenic Council. MICHAEL L. TURNER, Groves, Texas; Engiiieerlng; A.I.Ch.E.: Football. KNOX TYSON, Houston, Texas: Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. SUYDIE UPTON, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; A Cappella Choir; Opera Workshop: Conservative Club, Corresponding Secretary. Eighth Row: ROBERT J. USKEVICH, Seymour, Conn.; Business Administration. • JOHN VAN HETTINGA, La Grange, III.; Arts and Sciences; A Cappella Choir. • JAMES VAN HOOK, Shreveport, La.: Arts and Sciences: Beta Theta Pi: Young Republicans. • LEONARD W. VEDLITZ, Shreveport, La.: Business Administration: Zeta Beta Tau: Hullabaloo. • GEORGE BARTLETT VIAULT, Gaithersburg, Md.; Business Administration; Sigma Chi. Ninth Row: MAURICE FRANCOIS VILLERE, New Orleans, La.; Business Administra- tion; Beta Theta Pi. • JOHN WILEY VINING. JR., Decatur. Ga.: Arts and Sciences: Phi Kappa Sigma: Young Republicans. • RICHARD E. VIRR, Topeka, Kan.: Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta; Young Republicans. • ROGER A. WAGGONER, Iowa Falls, Iowa: Arts and Sciences; Pep Band; Tulane Band. • EMILE A. WAGNER III, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences: Beta Theta Pi; Conservatives. Tenth Row: STEVE WAGNER, Denver, Colo.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau: Track. • CAROL GENE WALDMAN, Dallas, Texas; Newcomb: Alpha Epsilon Phi; Student Directory, Copy Editor. • ANN WALLACE, Kingsport, Tenn.: Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Theta; President of House Council: Inner Council. • LAURA WALSH, Houston, Texas: Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Hulla- baloo. • ROY WALTER Memphis, Tenn.; Aris and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Student Directory. • EUGENE CLAIR WASSON III, Prairie Village, Kan.: Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Epsilon; German Club; Swimming. SOPHOMORiS k£k I W i itkiife 286 SOPHOMORES First Row: JUDITH WEAVER, Wichita, Kan.; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • CAMILLE WEBB. Vernon, Texas; Newcomb; PI Beta Phi; Assets, President; Athletic Council; Barracudas; TUSK. • DIANA WEBER. Baton Rouge. La.; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Le Circle Francais; Greenbackers; Glondy Burke Society; Young Republicans; Conservatives. KAREN F. WEIGEL, Gretna. La.: Newcomb; German Club. • K. FREDERICK WEIKERT, New Orleans, La.; Enqlneering; A.S.M.E. Second Row: BRUCE L. WEINBERGER, Amarillo, Texas: Arts and Sciences; German Club: Pre-Medical Society. • BARRY WEINER, Rockville Center, New York: Business Administration; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Adelphons. EUGENE H. WEINHEIMER, JR., Groom. Texas; Arts and Sciences: German Club: Pre-Medical Society. • CAROLE WEINMAN, Atlanta, Ga.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsiion Phi; Assets; Newcomb Handbook; Campus Nite. • MARTY WEINSTEIN, Beachwood, Ohio: Arts and Sciences; Tau Epsilon Phi. Third Row: ANDREW M. WEIR. Rio Grande, N.J.; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. • LAWRENCE A. WEIS, Bloomfeld Hills, Mich.; Arts and Sciences: Kappa Alpha; Young Republicans, Treasurer. • PHILLIP M. WEITZMAN, Linden, N.J.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; German Club; Young Democrats: Phi Eta Sigma. » JOSEPH W. WELLS. JR., New Orleans, La.: Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma. • TOM WHEELER, San Antonio. Texas: Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. Fourth Row: JIM WHITESIDE. Tyler, Texas; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma: Vice-President of Class: A.S.M.E.; Honor Board; Louisiana Engineering Society. • STEPHEN WHITFIELD. Jacksonville, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Secretary-Treasurer of Class: Young Democrats: Phi Eta Sigma. PATTY WHITTY, New Orleans, La.: Newcomb. • MARK B. WICKMAN. Miami Beach. Fla.; Arts and Sciences: Tau Epsilon Phi. • STEVEN RALPH WIESEN- BERGER. Shaker Heights, Ohio; Zeta Beta Tau; Hullabaloo; Young Re- publicans. Fifth Row; JACOB T. WILENSKY, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Eta Sigma. • JOHN A. WILEELM. Bartleville. Okla.; Arts and Sciences; Pre- Medical Society; Phi Eta Sigma. JUNE WILKINSON, Jackson, Miss.: Newcomb: Chi Omega: JAMBALAYA. • HARRY S. WILKS, Hampton, Va.: Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi. JAY RICHARD WILLIAMS. San Antonio, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. Sixth Row: KAREN WILLIAMS, Mer Rouge, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Young Re- publicans. KENT T. WILLIAMS, Montgomery, Ala.; Engineering: Kappa Sigma; JAMBALAYA. RICHARD B. WILLIAMS, JR., Natchitoches. La.; Arts and Sciences. • ANN WILLIAMS, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: Pi Beta Phi. • JOHN M. WILLIAMSON, Sherman, Texas; Arts and Sciences: Pep Band; Arnold Air Society. Seventh Row: DEE WILSON. New Orleans. La.: Newcomb; TUSK; A Cappella Choir. • LOUIS A. WILSON, JR., New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Eta Sigma Phi; Pre-Medical Society. • BOB WILSON. Tampa. Fla.: Architec- ture; Delta Sigma Phi; A.I.A.; President. Phelps House. • DONALD C. WINKLER, Kensington, Md.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • PETER A. WINKLER, JR., New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences. Eighth Row: BILL WINSTON, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • ANN STUART WISDOM, New Orleans. La.; Newcomb; PI Beta Phi; Art Club; Dance Club. GORDON D. WOLF. New Orleans. La.: Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Mu. STEVEN A. WOLF. San Antonio. Texas: Arts and Sciences; Tau Epsilon Phi; Pre-Medical Society. • JOHN WINTER WOLLFOLK III, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. Ninth Row: NANCY L. WOOLNER. Fort Wayne. Ind.: Business Administration; Sigma Delta Tau: WTUL. • SCOOTAN WOOTAN. Macon, Ga.: Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. ROBERT W. WRIGHT, Murphysboro. 111.; Arts and Sciences; Football. PATRICIA WYLIE, Montgomery, Ala.; Business Administration; Phi Mu; Philosophy Club; Chi Gamma Chi. JOHN DUNCAN WOGAN. New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Young Republicans. Tenth Row: ALLAN D. YASNYI, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Delta Sigma Pi. • VIRGINIA LOU YOUNG. Metalrie, La.; University College. • GLENN JOHN 2AMORSKI. Elizabeth. N.J.: Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; German Club; Basketball. MARILYN ZIFF, Birmingham. Ala.; Newcomb: Alpha Epsilon Phi; Alpha Omega Alpha: Dormitory Council: Panhellenlc. • RICHARD J. ZIMMER. JR.. New Orleans. La.; Business Administration; Phi Kappa Sigma. • ROBERT W. ZOLLINGER, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; Kappa Sigma: Phi Eta Sigma. AtL i ilk 287 First Row: SANDRA ABRAMS, Georgetown, S.C; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau. SHARON JUDITH ABRAMS, Flushing, N.Y.: Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Tulane University Theatre. • JEFF ADAMO, New York, N.Y.; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. • DON JAMES ADAMS, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega; L.E.S.; Freshman Football. LUCY ADAMS, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. Second Row: RICHARD L ADOLPHSON, Great Falls, Mont.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. • CAROL ANN ADRAGNA, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb. KATHLEEN ANN ALBERSTADT, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb. • SANDRA SUE ALEXANDER, Bloomington, 111.; Newcomb. • BEHY ALLEN, St. Louis, Mo.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta PI; Sailing Club. Third Row: JOEL BARRY ALLISON, Houston, Tex.; Architecture; Delta Tau Delta; A.I.A. • RONALD THOMAS ALONZO, Mexico, D.F.: Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Pershing Rifles. PAT ALVERSON, Atlanta, Ga.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. TERRY ANDERLINI, San Francisco, Calif.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; Sailing Club. MARY G. ANDERSON, Houston, Tex.; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Le Circle Francais. Fourth Row: BART ANDERSON, Dallas, Tex.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JIM AREY, Narberth, Pa.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. JORGE ARIAS, Balboa Heights, Canal Zone; Arts and Sciences. • STEPHANIE MERLE ASHE, Nashville, Tenn.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau. • LEE ASKEW 111, Memphis, Tenn.; Architecture; Sigma Chi; A.I.A. Fifth Row: JAMES NORMAN AYLESWORTH, Hinsdale, 111.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Iheta Pi. • ELIZABETH ANN AZAR, Lafayette, La.; Newcomb; Phi Mu. FRANZ BACKUS, Milwaukee, Wis.; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta; Sailing Club. • BILL BAILEY, New Orleans, La.; Engineering. • EDWARD H. BAIRD, Houston, Tex.; Business Administration; PI Kappa Alpha; Intramural Council.. Sixth Row: FRED B. BALDWIN, Slidell, La.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. • DONNA RUTH BAGULEY, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb. BRUCE BARATZ, New London, Conn.; Arts and Sciences. BRIAN T. BARCELO, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. • ANTHONY BARDOL, JR., St. Louis, Mo.; Business Administration; Delta Sigma Phi; Greenbackers. Seventh Row: WINKIE BARKSDALE, Nashville, Tenn.: Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Campus Nte. • RICHARD RAWLS BARNEH, Plant City, Fla.; Architecture; Kappa Alpha; A.I.A. • JAMES VICTOR BARRIOS, Bridgeton, Mo.; Engineering; Sigma Chi; Tallhook Club. • PATRIC K. BARRON, Atlanta, Ga.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta; Pershing Rifles. • RICK BARTHELME, Houston, Tex.; Architecture; Sigma Nu; A.I.A. Eighth Row: GEORGE H. BARTLING. Chalmette, La.; Arts and Sciences; Tulane Band. • FRANCIS MARION BASS, JR., Nashville, Tenn.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. • CAROLYN ANN BAUGH, Tuscumbia, Ala.; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • CHARLES P. BAYLIS, Grand Island, N.Y.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Pershing Rifles. • GARY BEAN, Monroeville, Ala.; Arts and Sciences; Pre-Medicai Society. Ninth .pow: BROOKE BEAIRD, Shreveport, La.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • ROB BECKER, Prospect, Ky.; Business Administration; Beta Theta Pi. • EDWIN N. BECKMAN, Alexandria, La.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • LESLEY ELIZABETH BEHRMAN, Miami Beach, Fla.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau; Art Club; Newcomb Choir, Librarian. • HARRY BELIN, Washington, D.C.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. FRESHMEN ■i ' ijk 4?. « 288 First Row: MADELYN BELL, Maryvllle, Mo.: Newcomb: PI Beta Phi. • JAMES S. BENENSON, Now York. N.Y.; Arts and Sciences: Math Club: Sabro Jets. • KARL B. BENKWITH, JR.. Montgomery, Ala.: Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsllon. • EDWARD PETER BENNETT, Cllffslde, N.J.; Engineering. • MARVIN BERGER, Lakewood, N.J.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsllon Pi; Pre-Medical Society. Second Row: JULIUS BERGFELD. Tyler, Tex.; Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsllon: Freshman Football; Greenbaclters. • LAWRENCE B. BERKOWITZ. Moplewood, N.J., Arts and Sciences: Alpha Epsllon Pi: Pre-Medical So- ciety: Student Directory. • AMELIE BERNARD, New Orleans, La.; New- comb: Kappa Kappa Gamma. NANCY NEFF BERNARD, New Orleans, La.: Newcomb; Philosophy Club: Sailing Club. • RICHARD L. BERNSTEIN, Metalrie, La.; Engineering; Alpha Epsllon Pi. Third Row: JAMES M. BESSELMAN, St. Rose, La.; Business Administration; Freshman Football. • WILLIAM H. SEVAN, Houston, Tex.: Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta: Young Republicans. • GAYLE ELAINE BEVILLE, New Orleans, La.: Newcomb: Phi Mu: Newcomb Choir. • MICKEY BIERNER, Dallas, Tex,: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Epsllon PI. • SUZANNE MARIE BILLET, New Or- leans, La.; Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma. Fourth Row: GRETCHEN DIANE BIROSAK, Chicago Heights, III.: Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi: Newcomb Choir; JAMBALAYA. ' BETSY BIXLER, Dallas, Tex.; Newcomb; Hullabaloo. GEORGE M. BLACKBURN, New Orleans, La.; Architecture: Lambda Chi Alpha; A. I. A.; Tallhook Club; Circle K. JAMES BLACKWELL, Baton Rouge, La.: Arts and Sciences: German Club; Pre- Medical Society. • MARY ANNE BLANCHARD, Shreveport, La.; New- comb: Kappa Alpha Theta. Fifth Row: LOUIS CHARLES BLANDA, Harvey, La.; Arts and Sciences: Freshman Baseball. • BRENDA JANE BLAZIER, Tulsa, Okla.; Newcomb: Phi Mu; Pre-Medical Society: Young Republicans; Sailing Club. CHUCK BLECK- INGER, Oshkosh, Wis.: Arts and Sciences. • RALPH BLOUGH, Howe, Ind.: Architecture; Delta Tau Delta; A.I.A.: Saber Jets. • WESLEY D. BONDS, JR., Mobile, Ala.: Arts and Sciences. Sixth Row; MARCIA BONNELL, Alexandria, Va.; Newcomb; Honor Board Newcomb College. • MATTHEW PEARCE BRAATZ, Palm Beach, Fla.; Arts and Sciences: Alpha Tau Omega. • PATRICIA BRADY, Brownsville, Tex.; New- comb; Sailing Club. DON BREEN, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Hellcats. • JAMES M. BREMAN, Atlanta, Ga.: Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau; Philosophy Club; Hullabaloo. Seventh Row: GAIL BREMENSTUL, New Orleans, La.: Newcomb; Alpha Delta PI: Hulla- baloo. • KARON E. BRENES, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb. • BONNIE BRIGGS, Lake Charles, La.; Newcomb; Phi Mu. BRENDA BROWN, Hous- ton, Texas: Newcomb; Alpha Epsllon Phi; Student Directory. • CAROL ELIZABETH BROWN, Atlanta, Ga.; Newcomb: Phi Mu Philosophy Club. Eighth Row: BOB BRUCE, Mineola, Tex.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Dolphin Club. • EDWARD BUFKIN, Clinton, Miss.: Arts and Sciences; Varsity Foot- ball. • FRANK BUFORD, Montgomery, Ala.: Arts and Sciences. • ROBERT R. BULLARD, New Orleans, La.: School of Engineering; Conservative Club. • RICE L. BULLOCK, Miami, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Pershing Rifles; WTUL. Ninth Row: DANIEL E. BURAS. New Orleans, La.: Arts and Sciences. BILL BURDETT, Homewood, 111.: Arts and Sciences: Opera Workshop. • BEVERLY BURGESS, West Point, Va.; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron PI. • BARBARA BURNETT. Tex- arkana, Tex.: Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • THOMAS H. BURR. Shreve- port, La.; School of Englneerinq; Phi Kappa Sigma; Navy-Mark I. 289 First Row: JACK BURTON, Monroe, La.; Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Ep- silon; Honor Board Business College. • JONATHAN CALDWELL BUTLER, Jacbon, Tenn.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. FREDERICK CAIN, New Orleans, La.; School of Engineering. • EDWARD KENT CALDWELL, Baton Rouge, La.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Sailing Club. PAT- RICK CALLAHAN, Birmingham, Ala. ; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. Second Row; CARLIE CAMERON, Lancaster, Va.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Sailing Club. • HAROLD LOUIS CANCIENNE, New Orleans, La.; Arts andiSciences; Pershing Rifles. • DON CANTRELL. Houston, Tex.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. • HELEN MAYES CARNEY, Memphis, Tenn.; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Sailing Club. • ROBERT H. CARTER, Crystal Springs, Miss.; Arts and Sciences. Third Row: RONALD T. CARTER, New Orleans. La.; School of Engineering. • SANDRA LEE CASELLI, Yuma, Miss.; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • BRUCE T. CASEY, New Orleans, La.; School of Engineering: Pershing Rifles. • SUSAN CHADWICK, Fort Worth, Tex.; Newcomb; Student Directory. • FREDERICK B. CHAM- BERS, JR., Decatur, Ga.; School of Architecture; Phi Kappa Sigma; A.LA.; Navy Drill Team; Sailing Club. Fourth Row: ROD R. CHASTANT, Pine Bluff, Ark.; Epsllon; Sailing Club; House Council. • Ala.; Newcomb; Glendy Burke Society, brook. Ma.; Newcomb; Phi Mu: Pre-M« JOHN M. CHURCH, Fort Worth, Tex.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha NANCI CHERNAU, Montgomery, • LINDA CHRISIENSEN, West- dicai Society; Athletic Council. • Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. BILL CLARK, Alexandria, La.; Arts and Sciences; WTUL. Fifth Row: KAREN ANNE CLASEN, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Hullabaloo. • TIMOTHY K. CLOUDMAN, New Orleans, La.; Business Ad- ministration; Beta Theta Pi. • BAYLESS EARL COBB IV, Fort Smith, Ark.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsllon; Anchor and Chain. • JAMES LEE COCHRUN III, Naples, Fla.; Business Administration; Sigma Chi; Pershing Rifles. • PAT COCO, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma, Sixth Row: MICHAEL B. COFFEE, Jacksonville 10, Fla.; School of Engineering; Phi Delta Theta. • JIM COHEN, Helena. Ark.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. • JEANNE LOUISE COHEN, New Orleans. La.; Newcomb; Alpha Ep- sllon Phi; Student Directory. • RICHARD WILLIAM COHEN. New York, N.Y.; Business Administration; Tau Epsllon Phi. • STANLEY BURTON COHEN, Atlanta, Ga.; Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Mu. Seventh Row: J. L. COLBURN, Valparaiso, Ind.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • CHARLOTTE COLEMAN, Conroe, Tex.; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • ANNE CLARK COLLINS. Houma, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • JOHN STEPHEN COMAN. Western Springs, 111.; Business Administration; Beta Theta Pi. • DINAH CONYERS, Halls, Tenn.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Nev comb Choir; Sailing Club. Eighth Row: GRACE ELLEN COOKSEY, Scott Air Force Base, III.: Newcomb; Alpha Delta PI. • DOUGLAS E. COOLEY, Gulfport, Miss.; Arts and Sciences. • RONALD R. COOPER, New Orleans. La.; Arts and Sciences. • EHALEAH COPLON, Charleston, S.C; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau; Pre-Medlcal So- ciety; Hullabaloo. • GLORIA CORNELL, Memphis, Tenn.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsllon Phi; Hullabaloo. Ninth Row: SUSAN COSGROVE, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • GEORGELLEN COSTAN, Lynchburg; Va.; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Danes Club; Newcomb Choir. • SIDNEY A. COTLAR, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsllon Pi; Pre-Medical Society. • CAROLYN COUNCIL, R. Worth, Tex.; Newcomb. • HENRY CROSSEHI, Wellsburg, W.Va.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. 290 1 F R H M E N Firs Row: JAMES A. CROUCH. Barksdale, La.; Tulane School of Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma: House Council. • MARY LYNN CROUCH, Shreveport, La.; Newcomb;Chi Omega. • HERMAN R. CROWDER III. Yazoo City, Miss.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsllon. • ELISABETH GAIL CROWELL, Charlotte. N.C.; Newcomb; Philosophy Club: Sailing Club. • JOSEPH CUCCIA. Kenner. La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Track Team; Pershing Rifles; Sailing Club; Pre-Med.cal Society. Second Row: DOUGLAS ARMSTRONG CULLEN, Hammond. La.; Business Administra- tion; Sigma Nu. • BILL CULLISON. Pittsburgh, Pa.; Architecture; Delta Tau Delta: A.I.A. PEGGY CULPEPPER. New Orleans. La.; Newcomb: Pi Beta Phi; Philosophy Club; Art Club; Sailing Club. • IRWIN DABE. New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences: Beta Theta Pi. • DEBBIE DAIGRE, Alex- andria, La.; Architecture; Chi Omega; A.I.A. Third Row: MATTHEW DALEY, New York, N.Y.; Arts and Sciences. ALAN WILLIAM DASCOMB, Metairie, La.: Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. ROBERTA DAUM, Coral Gables. Fla.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau. • FRED VICTOR DAVIDOW, Greenville, Miss.; Arts and Sciences: Zeta Beta Tau; Hullabaloo. • PHILIP J. DAVIDSON III, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Arts and Sciences: Phi Kappa Sigma. Fourth Row: JEFFREY EDWARD DAVIS, Aiken. S.C; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta PI. • JEROME D. DAVIS, Lawrencevllle, Ga.; Arts and Sciences. • PHILLIP N. DAVIS, Tulsa. Okla.; Arts and Sciences. • RAYNA DAVIS, Amarillo, Tex.; Newcomb: Alpha Epsllon Phi; Le Circle Francais. • JAMES R. DE CARLO, Youngstown, Ohio: Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. Fifth Row: SUSAN DE LA HOUSSAYE, New Orleans. La.: Newcomb; PI Beta Phi. • F. L. DE SALVO. New Orleans. La.; Engineering; Sailing Club. • ANN DICKINSON, Glasgow, Ky.; Newcomb: Alpha Delta Pi; Lagniappes. • LEE DIETER, Eustis, Fla.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta PI. HARVEY M. DIEZ. New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences. Siith Row: DIANA JEAN DILLING. Miami. Fla.; Newcomb; Sailing Club; Conservative Club; Philosophy Club. • WILLIAM MICHAEL Dl TULLIO. Cranford. N.J.; Arts and Sciences: Delta Sigma Phi; Tulane University Theatre: Philosophy Club: Sailing Club: WTUL. • JIM DOBBS. St. Augustine, Fla.; Architecture; Phi Delta Theta; A.I.A. THOMAS M. DOBBS, Miami, Fla.; Arts and Sciences: Kappa Sigma. DAVID IVY DODENHOFF, JR., New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; A.U.S.A., Pershing Rifles. Seventh Row: JAMES S. DONALSON. Bishop, Tex.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsllon. • GAYLE ELAINE DONELLAN, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb. • MICHAEL S. DONSKY, Dallas, Tex.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsllon Pi; Pep Band: Tulane Band. • JULIET S. DOUGHERTY, Baton Rouge, La.; New- comb: Kappa Alpha Theta. CHARLES G. DUFFY 111, New Orleans. La.: Arts and Sciences: Phi Kappa Sigma: Campus Nlte: AFROTC Hellcats. Eighth Row: NANCY KEY DULANEY. Fort Worth. Tex.; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Philosophy Club. • RICHARD L. DUNAVAN. Corpus Chrlstl. Tex.; Architecture; A.I.A. • TOM DUNCAN, San Antonio, Tex.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; Pre-Medical Society. • NORMA GENE DURANT, Columbia. S.C: New- comb. • DENNIS DURAY, Chicago. III.; Engineering; Intramural Council. Ninth Row: DAWN EARLY, Chevy Chase. Md.; Business Administration. • DAVID LORAND ECKARDT. Orlando. Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta; Tulane Band: AFROTC Hellcats. • G. SERPELL EDWARDS. Houston, Tex.: Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. • R. MAYNARD EILERS. Washington. D.C.: Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Philosophy Club; Pre-Medical Society; Young Democrats; Sailing Club. • JOE C. ELLIOTT, Houston, Tex.; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. t« ilk, Q O © ' -3 Q Q 291 First Row: SUSAN ELLIOTT, Houston, Tex.; Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Theta. • GLORIA CECIL ELLIS, El Dorado, Ark.: Newcomb; Sailing Club; Philosophy Club. • MAYO EMORY, New Orleans, La.; Business Adnninistration; Alpha Tau Omega. CHARLOHE EUSTIS, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Young Republicans. ROBERT C. EVANS, JR., Nashville, Tenn.; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta; Secretary-Treasurer, Freshman Class. Second Row: DONALD O. FAREED, Los Angeles. Calif; Arts and Sciences. CHARLES O. FARRAR. JR., Harrisburg, III.; Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta. • LINDA ANN FARRELL, Houston, Tex.; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • PETER D. FARRIS, Chevy Chassis. Mo.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu. • RANDALL STEVE FARRIS, Metairie, La.; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. Third Row: LYNNE V ATKINS FARWELL, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Barracudas; Sailing Club. • STEPHEN A. FAHEL. North Bergen, N.J.; Arts and Sciences; Tau Epsilon Phi. • JAMES EDVv ' ARD FAVELL, JR., Tulsa, Okla.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • SUSAN FAY, Memphis, Tenn.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. CARL ERNEST FEHR, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; PI Kappa Alpha. Fourth Row: TIM FEINHALS, Metairie, La.; Business Administration; Beta Theta PI. Vi AYNEHE " TEETER " FELTON, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta PI; Athletic Council; VvTUL. • CHARLES R. FERNANDEZ, Franklin, La.; Arts and Sciences: Pre-Medlcal Society. • RENEE MARIE FERRARI. Mobile, Ala.; Newcomb; Student Directory; Sailing Club. • FRED FERREIRA, Tuc- son, Ariz.; Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Fifth Row: RICK FETTERMAN, Dallas, Tex.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon PI; House Council. • EDWARD A. FIELDEN, Hagerstown, Md.; Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Track. RICK FIERSTEN, Springfield, III.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. ROBERT FISHER. JR., Metairie, La.; Business Administration; Pep Band; Tulane Band; Anchor and Chain. • VIRGINIA FLICK, Metairie, La.; Nev comb; Alpha Delta PI; Tulane University Theatre. Sixth Row: LINDA FORREST, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Sailing Club. • WILLIAM FOUST, New Iberia, La.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; German Club. LARRY FRANK, Houston, Tex.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Pre-Medical Society. • ROBERT B. FRANKEL, Great Neck, N.Y.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu. • DONALD C. FRAZIER, Minden, La.; Arts and Sciences; Sailing Club. Seventh Row: LARRY FREEDMAN, Washington, D.C., Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi. • STEVE FREEDMAN, Atlanta. Ga.: Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu-,. yTUL. • JOHN FRELINGER, Highland Park, III.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta; Dormitory Council; Varsity Swimming; Vice-President, Phelps House. • FRANCES FRENCH, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Philosophy Club; Newcomb Choir. • JEFFREY K. FRIEDMAN, Biloxi, Miss.; Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. Eighth Row: MICHAEL A. FRIEDMAN, Dallas. Tex.; Arts and Sciences. • DAIGUE GADBOIS, Natchez, Miss.; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • WILLIAM W. GAHAGAN, Alexandria, La.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. RICHARD CRAIG GARBE, Crystal Lake, III.; Arts and Sciences; Pre- Medical Society. • DIANNE GARRETT, Ft. Worth, Tex.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Barracudas. Ninth Row: LIDA LOUISE GARRETT, Brewton, Ala.; Newcomb; Newcomb Choir. • NANCY DICKS GAY, Plaquemlne, La.; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Barracudas. • SHIRLEY GAYLE. Lake Charles, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Barra- cudas. • EDWIN L. GEISSLER, New Orleans, La.; Engineering. • STEPHEN LYNNE GELLER, Freeport, N.Y.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu. 3 - Q 292 I k H M E N First Row: MARSHALL FRED GERSON, New Orleans, La.: Arts and Sciences: Siqma Alpha Mu. • STUART JAY GHERTNER, St. Louis. Mo.; Arts and Sciences: Zeta Beta Tau. • RICHARD THOMAS GILLETTE, St. Petersburg, Fla.: Busi- ness Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsllon. ANN GIRAITIS. Baton Rouge, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; German Club: Le Circle Francais; Sailing Club. • JERRY GITT, Clayton, Mo.; Arts and Sciences; Siqma Alpha Mu. Second Row; STEPHEN HAMILTON GLANTZ. Baldwin, N.Y.; Arts and Sciences; Tau Epsllon Phi. • PAUL MANFRED GLASER, Newton Center, Mass.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu. STEVEN GLASSMAN, Houston, Tex.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Campus Nite. JACK R. GOLDBERG. New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsllon PI. • SANDY GOLDBERG, Norfolk, Va.; Newcomb: Alpha Epsllon Phi; Student Directory. Third Row; LARRY STEWART GOLDBLATT, Dallas, Tex.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu; Pre-Medlcal Society. • A. RICHARD GOLDMAN, Chicago, III.; Arts and Sciences: Alpha Epsllon PI; Pre-Medlcal Socie ty. • DAVID GOLDRING, Greenwich, Conn.: Arts and Sciences: Zeta Beta Tau; Hulla- baloo. • WILLIAM A. GOLDSTEIN, New Orleans, La.: Business Administra- tion; Zeta Beta Tau: Hullabaloo. • GERRY GOLDSTEIN, San Antonio, Tex.; Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau; Student Council. Fourth Row: FABIAN S. GAMEZ III, Big Spring, Tex.; Arts and Sciences: Pershing Rifles. • JEFF GORMAN, Kansas City, Mo.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Track: JAMBALAYA. TOM GRACE, Kimball, Neb.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. CLIFFORD M. GRAF, II. Homestead, Fla.: Engi- neering; Delta Sigma Phi; Class Vice-President; TUSK; Honor Board; WTUL • JAMES W. GRASKE, New York. N.Y.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi. Fifth Row: JERRY LYNN GRAVES. Palestine, Tex.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; Football. JOYCE LOUISE GRAVES. Blloxi, Miss.; Newcomb; Alpha Omlcron Pi; Sailing Club. VELEKA GRAY, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: Oreades: Tulane University Theatre; Philosophy Club. C. RICHARD GREEN, JR., Managua, Nicaragua; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu. • CHRISTINE MACPHERSON GREEN, Westfleld, N.J.: Newcomb: Newcomb Choir. Sixth Row: BETH GREENBLATT, Atlanta, Ga.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsllon Phi. • ANNE GREER, Dallas, Tex.: Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Philosophy Club. LOUIS G. GREER, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences. • ZUMA LEE GRIBBEN, Beaumont, Tex.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; JAMBALAYA. • RICH- ARD HOWARD GROSS, JR., Bluefield, W.Va.; Engineering. Seventh Row; KAY GROSSMAN. Corpus Chrlstl, Tex.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsllon Phi; Student Directory. JODY GROVES, Kansas City, Mo.; Newcomb; New- comb Choir. • GENEVIEVE GRUNDMEYER, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: Alpha Delta Pi. • CAROLYN ANN GUELL, Mexico, D.F.; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • JULIO J. GUERRA, JR., Clearwater, Fla.: Arts and Sciences. Eighth Row: DIANNE GUIDRY, Metalrle, La.; Newcomb. • JANE GUILLORY, Memphl.,, Tenn.: Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Sailing Club. SUSAN GURE- VITZ, Col umbus. Ohio: Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau; Student Directory. • FREDERICK G. GUSTAFSON, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. • JAMES GRAYSON GUTHRIE, JR., Monroe, La.; Architecture: Sigma Chi; A.I.A.: Air Force Drill Team. Ninth Row: PAUL HADDAD, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences. • VERONA HALI- FAX, Coral Gables, Fla.; Business Administration: Alpha Omlcron Pi; JAM- BALAYA; Sailing Club. FRANCES HAMILTON, Palestine, Tex.; New- comb: Sailing Club. CARL C. HANEMANN, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega; Tennis; A Cappella Choir. • THOMAS JOHN HANEMANN, Metalrle, La.; Engineering. ( f% 3 o, « » a 9 293 First Row: RICHARD N. HANSEN, Laredo, Tex.; Arts and Sciences: Pi Kappa Alpha. • J. ROBERT HARDCASTLE, Atlanta, Ga.: Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • KATHERINE DIXON HARDIN. Little Rock, Ark.: Newcomb: PI Beta Phi- Sailing Club. • WRIGHT HARDY, Savannah, Ga.: Newcomb: Phi Mu: Sailing Club. HENRY EUGENE HARRIS, Belle Chasse, La.: Engi- neering. Second Row: STEVE HARRIS, Teaneck, N.J.: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Epsilon Pi. BARNEY HATHAWAY, Racine, Wis.: Arts and Sciences: Delta Sigma Phi: TUSK. • CAROLYN HATTEN, Gulfport, Miss.: Newcomb: Chi Omega. DALE HAU ERECT, Houston, Tex.: Arts and Sciences. • PAHY HEATHERLY, Baton Rouge, La.: Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Sailing Club: Campus Nite. Third Row: MARY ELLEN HERBERT, Thibodaux, La.; Newcomb: Alpha Delta PI; New- comb Choir • MARY SUNSHINE HEBERT, Baton Rouge, La.: Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma. WARREN T. HECARD, Gretna, La.: Arts and Sciences. • MARVIN G. HEEBE, Matairie, La.: Business Administration: Beta Theta PI. BETTY HEIN, Athens, Georgia: Newcomb. Fourth Row: JAMES CLOSSON HENDRICKS, Logansport, Ind.; Business Administra - tion: Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Class President: Cheerleader; Greenbacker. SUZY HENNA, Round Rock, Tex.; Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Thet a. • NORMA HERMAN, Galveston, Tex.: Newcomb: Sigma Delta Tau; Athletic Council. • DAVID ALLEN HEROLD, Winter Park, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. • ADAM MICHAEL HERTIG, Hempstead, N.Y.; Arts and Sciences: Sigma Nu. Fifth Row: JACKIE HESTWOOD, Houston, Tex.; Newcomb: Pi Beta Phi; Sailing Club. • ANNE R. HICKERSON, New Orleans, La.: Newcomb: Phi Mu: Tulane Band. • W. VICTOR HIGDON, Quincy, Fla.; Arts and Sciences. NANCY VICTORIA HIGHTOWER, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Sailing Club. • ARNOLD HIMELSTEIN, Moorhead, Miss.: Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Mu. Sixth Row: FRED HIMOVITZ, Hanford, Calif.; Arts and. Sciences: Zeta Beta Tau. • JAMES J. HINDS, Houston, Tex.; Engineering: Delta Tau Delta: House Council. • JANE HIRSHLEIFER, Woodmere, N.Y.: Newcomb: Newcomb Choir; Tulane University Theatre; Hullabaloo. • DEBORAH J. HIX, Arling- ton, Va.; Newcomb: Alpha Delta Pi; A Cappella Choir; Concert Choir; Opera Workship. MARY ANN HOLCOMBE Armuelles, Republica of Panama: Newcomb. Seventh Row: PETER W. HOLDEN, Chappaqua, N.Y.; Business Administration; Kappa Sigma. • RUSSELL HOOK, East Grand Rapids, Michigan; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Swimming. • BARBARA HORNE, Rocky Mount, N.C.; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Young Conservatives. • CAROLINE J. HORSTING, Selma, Ala.: Newcomb; Alpha Omicron PI; Student Directory. • JERRY HUDSON, Shelbyville. Tennessee: Architecture; Math Club; A.I.A. Eighth Row: KAREN MARGARET HYDE, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: Phi Mu. • MARILYN JUDITH IDYLL. Coral Gables, Fla.; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Presi- dent, Newcomb Choir; Sailing Club. JOYCE ISAACS, Lawton, Okla.; Newcomb; Pre-Medlcal Society; Sailing Club.. MARVIN S. ISENBERG, St. Simons Island, Ga.; Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Mu; A. U.S.A. • CEANNE JACKSON, Atlanta, Ga.; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. Ninth Row: SANDY MICHELLE JAFFE, Memphis, Tenn.; Newcomb; Hullabaloo. • MARTHA JAMES, Lynchburg, Va.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Le Circle Francals. MARY JAMES, Grenada, Miss.: Newcomb; Chi Omega. WILLIAM S. JAMIESON, JR., Suisun, Calif.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • STEPHEN JASPER, Carrollton, Ky.; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. 294 Fifif Row: , XIE JASTRAM, New Orleans. La.: Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Bar- icudas. • SUSAN JETER, Florence, Ala.; Newcomb: Chi Omoga. JOHNNY CLAY JOHNSON, Holotes. Tex.: Arts and Sciences: Pre-Medical ,,-ciety: A Cappella Choir: Campus Nite. • TOM JOHNSON, New Or- •ans. La.: Engineering. • BECKY JOHNSTONE. Mobile. Ala.: Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma. Second Row: FLEET 8. JOINER, JR.: Ocala. Fla.: Architecture; Sigma Chi; President, Architecture Freshman Class; A.I.A. • DAVID G. JONAS. Denver, Colo.; Arts and Sciences: Theta Epsilon Pi; Young Democrats. MIDGE JONES, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. HARDY JONES, Stanford, Conn.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi: WTUL. • PHILLIP CLIF- FORD JONES. Tulsa, Okla.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Art Club: Sailing Club. Third Row: LINDA JORDAN. Muncle. Ind.: Newcomb: Sailing Club. JOEY JUDGE, McQueeney. Tex.: Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. • HENRY J. JUMONVILLE III, New Orleans, La.: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Alpha: Soccer. • KATIE KAMP. Coral Gables. Fla.: Newcomb. • STANLEY JAMES KANN. Shaker Heights, Ohio; Arts and Sciences: Tau Epsilon Phi; A Cappella Choir; Bridge Club. Fourth Row; BONNIE CAROL KAPLAN, Miami Beach, Fla.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau: Newcomb Choir; Tulane University Theatre. • PETER WILLIAM KAT2, Fair Lawn, N.J.: Arts and Sciences. • WILLIAM KAiZ, New Orleans, La : Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau; Hullabaloo. • KENNETH PHILLIP KAUFMAN. Raleigh, N.C.; Arts and Sciences; Tau Epsilon Phi. • LEE I. KAUFMAN. JR., St. Louis Mo.; Business Administration; Tulane Band. Fifth Row: COOKI KAZER. Miami, Fla.: Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau. • SEAN A. KELLEHER, Bellaire, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. • KAY KELLER, Fort Worth. Texas; Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma. DAVID M. KELLOGG, Weston, Mass.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta: All-Star Soccer. • PATRICIA KENNEDY, New Orleans, La.: Newcomb; Phi Mu. Sixth Row: BILL KENNER, Rogersville, Tenn.; Arts and Sciences. • MARY ANN KENT, Monahans, Texas: Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma: A Cappella Choir; Newcomb Chapel Organist. • NANCY I. KERR, Metairle, La.; Newcomb: Alpha Omicron Pi. • EVERETT JAMES KERTH. JR., New Orleans. La.; Arts and Sciences. HENRY VOGT KERTH, New Orleans. La.; Engineering. Seventh Row: TOBY KESSLER, Orlando, Fla.; Newcomb; Campus Nite. • CAROLE KILL- GORE, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Tulane Uni- versity Theatre. JOE KING, South Salem, N.Y.: Architecture; Delta Sigma Phi; A.I.A. • WESLEY CONSTANCE KING, Biloxi, Miss.; Newcomb: ' :ima Delta Tau. • MARTIN R. KIRBY, McGehee, Ark.; Arts and Sciences: Hullabaloo; Sailing Club. Eighth Row: OHN MARTIN KIRKPATRICK, JR.. New Orleans, La.; Engineering. • AVID GARY KLAPPER, Miami, Fla.: Arts and Sciences; Pre-Medical So- oty. • LURLINE KLUNG, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb. • JERRY GLENN ■ NOX. Plant City, Fla.; Arts and Sciences: Track; WTUL. • EVELYN ■ NURR. Montgomery, Ala.; Newcomb; Student Directory. Ninth Row: JOHN SAMUEL KONNERTH, Memphis, Tenn.; Arts and Sciences: Delta Kappa Epsilon. • KENNETH W. KORACH, Shaker Heights, O.: Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu. • DONNA KORNFIELD, Denver, Col.; New- comb: Student Directory; Orchestra. RITA KRACHMER. Miami Beach, Fla.; Newcomb: Alpha Epsilon Phi; Barracudas. • MARSHALL KRAGEN, Fort Worth, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Tau Epsilon Phi; Pre-Medical So- ciety. ' M 295 First Row: BENJAMIN KRELL, Park Ridge, N.J.; Business Administration; Alpha Epsilon Pi. • MIRIAM DENA KRESS. Wadesboro, N.C.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau. BRUCE KRUGER, Memphis. Tenn.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu; Glendy Burke Society. FRED PAUL KRUGER, Houston. Texas; Arts and Sciences. • RICKI KUTCHER, Hopkins, Minn.; Newcomb; Alpha Ep- silon Phi; Young Democrats; Student Directory. Second Row: ROBERT A. KYFF, Bay Village, Ohio; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. • RAYMOND P. LADUC. Utica. N.Y.; Engineering; Kappa Sigma; Sabre Jets. • CHARLES RAYMOND LAKE, Shreveport. La.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi: Tennis. • JOHN F. LALLY III, New Orleans. La.; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. • JIM LAMARE, Van Nuys, Calif; Arts and Sciences; Track. Third Row; ALAIN G. LANE, New York, N.Y.; Architecture; Pi Kappa Alpha; Air Force Drill Team. • BETTY LORRAINE LANGHOFF, New Orleans, La.; Phi Mu. • LENNY LASSEN, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences. CHARLES L. LAZARE, New Orleans. La.; Arts and Sciences. PRIEUR LEARY, Pass Christian, Miss.; Business Administration; Delta Ka ppa Ep- silon; Football. Fourth Row: BENNETT Y, LEBOV, New Haven, Conn.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon PI: Sailing Club. DIANE EVETTE LEBRETON, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • GUY L. LEEFE III, New Orleans, La.; Engineering. • JEFF LEHRMAN, Miami Beach, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu. • PER LEIKVANG, New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Sailing Club; Photog- raphy Club. Fifth Row: CAROL ANNE LEISER. Denver, Col.; Newcomb; Philosophy Club; Student Directory. JERRY LEMBERG, Coral Gables, Fla.; Arts and Sciences. • CALVIN LENTZ, Neosho, Mo.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Sailing Club. • LANA LEON, Houston, Texas; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau. • MARTHA LEVERITT, Decatur, Ga.; Newcomb; Sailing Club. Sixth Row: ROBERT ALLAN LEVIN, Skokie. III.; Business Administration; Swimming; Treasurer Dorm Council. • CHERYL H. LEVINE, Silver Spring, Md.; New- comb; President ot Freshman Class; Greenbackers; Honor Board; Newcomb Student Council; Student Facility Committee. • DONALD LEVY, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Hullabaloo. • SUSAN LEVY, Columbus, Ga.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. MARSHA LEWIS, Houston, Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Student Directory. Seventh Row: RONALD W. LEWIS, Lake Charles, La.; Arts and Sciences; Pre-Medlcal Society; House Council; Secretary Irby House. DENNIS IRWIN LICHTEN- STEIN. Houston, Texas; Business Administration; Alpha Epsilon Pi. • ELLEN L. LICHTENSTEIN, San Antonio, Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • WILLIAM R. LIEBKE, Racine, Wis.; Engineering: Delta Tau Delta. • RONALD M. LIEDEKER, Corpus Christi, Texas; Business Administration; Zeta Beta Tau. uslness Administration; Phi Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. Eighth Row: ROBERT C. LIGHTFOOT, Bethesda Md ■ Kappa Sigma. • PAT LINDSLEY, Atlanta, G • ROBERT L. LOBRANO, Pointe-a-ia-Hache, La.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • MAGGIE LOCKETT. Corpus Christi, Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Sailing Club. MARSHALL LOGAN, Orlando, Fla.; Arts and Sciences Pi Kappa Alpha. Ninth Row: JEAN LONBERGER, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi- WTUI • NOAH H. LONG. JR., Willlston, Fla.; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta • NANCY JEANNE LORBER, Metalrle, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Sailing Club; Young Republicans. • SUSI LOVE, Atlanta, Ga.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. PAULA LOWENSTEIN. Nashville! Tenn.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Student Directory. FRESHMEN i 296 c FRESHMEN First Row: HENRY LOUIS LOWENTRITT, Winnsboro, La.: Business Administration; . ' ota Beta Tou: Pop Band: Tulano Band. • GREGORY BRADLEY LUCAS, Jacksonville, Fla.: Arts and Sciences: University Chorus: Mark I Drill Team: House Council. • MICHAEL HARDY LYNCH, Biloxi, Miss.: Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. • TRICIA LYNCH, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi: Young Republicans. • DONALD F RANCIS LYNSKEY, JR., Chattanooga. Tenn.; Arts and Sciences: Pep Band; Tulano Band; Hell-Cats Drill Team. Second Row; MARTIN A, MacDIARMID, JR., Now Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences: Beta Thota Pi. • ANDREW MacDONALD. Belle Chasse, La.; Arts and Sciences; Tulane Band. • MILLICENT CARROLL MACE. DcDonogh, Md.: Newcomb. • HEDY GRACE MANNHEIMER, Houston. Texas; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau. • ANN E. MANRY, Lako Wales, Fla.; Newcomb: Phi Mu; Conservative Club; Sailing Club. Third Row; LEHMAN MARKS, Houston, Texas: Arts and Sciences; Conservative Club; A Cappella Choir; Campus Nite. PAUL MARKS, Baton Rouge, La.: Arts jnd Sciences. CATHERINE ELIZABETH MARSHALL, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Theta. • VERNON EDWARD MARSHALL. JR., Elllcott City, Md.; Engineering: Delta Sigma Phi; Soccer. • ROBERT S. MARVIN, Mexico, D.F., Mexico; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. Fourth Row: SHARON M. MARY, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron PI. • RICHARD MATASSA, Dallas Texas: A rts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Sailing Club. • MURRAY MAUGHT, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; PI Beta Phi; Barracudas. JANICE MEER, Dallas, Texas; Newcomb. • JAMES A. MEGEHEE, Picayune, Miss.; Arts and Sciences. Fifth Row: MICHAEL JAMES MEHLMAN, Menlo Park. Calif.; Arts and Sciences. • ALLEN DAVID MEISEL, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences. • JUDI MEITIN, Orlando, Fla.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau. JAMES WILLIAM MELLIN. Palatine, III.; Business Administration. • SUZANNE METZLER. Houston. Texas; Newcomb; Chi Omega. Sixth Row: JULIE METZGER. Glencoe. III.: Newcomb: Alpha Epsllon Phi; Sailing Club. • ARTHUR G. MEYER, Anchorage, Ky.; Business Administration: Alpha Tau Omega. • ANNETTE MICKAL, New Orleans. La.: Newcomb: Alpha Omicron PI. • BARRY MILLER, Linden, N,J.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsllon Pi. LEE MILLER, Spartanburg, S.C.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. Seventh Row: MARIANNE MILLS, CartersviHe. Ga.; Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Theta. • CHARLES STAIR MITCHELL, Roswell, Ga.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. • JAMES R. MITCHELL, Miami, Fla.; Arts and Sciences: Delta Tau Delta. • CELIA MITCHELL. Glasgow, Ky.; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • BILL MITCHELL, Miami, Fla.; Arts and Sciences: Phi Delta Thela. Eighth Row: BOB MITTELSTAEDT, Metalrlo, La.; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega; Mark I Drill Team. • NOEL S. MIYAMASU, Honolulu, Hawaii; Arts and Sciences: Rifle Team, • BETSY MONK, Dallas, Texas; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • KAY MONROE. New Orleans, La.: Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Sailing Club. • MARILYN JANE MONSKY. Montgomery. A ' a.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau. Ninth Row: . ' EAN MONTEDONICO, Memphis, Tenn.; Newcomb; Chi Omega: Sailing I, ub. • ROBERT V. MOORE. Galveston, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • JORGE PLINIO MORALES, Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico: Architecture: A.I.A. • CAROL MORGENSTERN, Houston, Texas; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau. • HERBERT MORTON, Montgomery, Ala.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsllo n; Navy Drill Team; Sailing Club. Jl tfM 297 First Row: HARRISS MORRISON, Columbus, Ga.: Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. • JILL FRIEND MOSES, New York City, N.Y.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • STEPHEN A. MOSES, New Orleans. La.; Engineering; Bridge Club. • DAVID A. MOSS, Granite City, III.; Business Administration. • JAMES W. MOYLES, Evergreen Park. III.; Engineering. Second Row: DOUGLAS J. MUCCIO, Miami, Fla.; Arts and Sciences. MICHAEL JAMES MULDREY, New Orleans. La.; Engineering. CARREL ANN MULLER, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • ANN MULLINS, Baton Rouge, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; TUSK. RANNEY MUNRO, Portland, Ore.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu. Third Row: BARBARA GENE MURPHY, Albany, Ga.; Newcomb. » TONY MUSARRA. Marietta, Ga.; Arts and Sciences; Freshman Football. GRACE M US- SAFER, Montgomery, Ala.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Athletic Coun- cil; Newcomb Choir; Greenbackers. • LARRY McALPINE. Metairie, La.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. • KENNETH D. J. McAULIFFE, Metairie, La.; Engineering; Saber Jets. Fourth Row: MAXINE McCLURE, Barrlngton, III.; Newcomb. • RAY McCLURE, Tampa, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • WILLIAM McCOMBS, Bloomfield Hills, Mich.; Business Administration; Delta Sigma Phi. • ROBERT SPENCER McCULLOUGH, Dyersburg, Tenn.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Pep Band. • CLAIRE McGHEE, Houston, Texas; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Sailing Club. Fifth Row: WM. P. McGRATH, Plant City, Fla.; Arts and Sciences: Delta Tau Delta. • NINA MclNTOSH, Memphis, Tenn.; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • REGGIE MclNTYRE, Independence, La.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Order. • GRIDLEY McKIM, Fort Worth, Texas; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Secretary, Freshman Class; Young Republicans. JOHN S. McPEEK. New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi. Sixth Row: J. T. McQUITTY, JR., New Orl eans, La.; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi. • MIMI McWILLIAMS, Shreveport, La.; Newcomb; Conservative Club. • ROSALIND NAPIER, Macon, Ga.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. • WILLIAM L. NASH, Carthage, N. Y.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu • JAMES BROOKS NEWBILL. Little Rock, Ark.; Arts and Sciences. Seventh Row: BLANCHE H. NEWTON, Greenville, Miss.; Newcomb; Chi Omega. NAN NEWTON, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; PI Beta Phi. • LARRY NICHOLAS. Yazoo City, Miss.; Arts and Sciences. • HUDSON R. NICHOLS. Arabl, La.; Arts and Sciences; Pershing Rifles. • MARY ELIZABETH NICOLL, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Phi Mu. Eighth Row: EUGENE NIFENECKER, New York, N.Y.; R. NIRKEN, Houston, Texas; Newcomb; rectory. • JIM NOBLE, Jacksonville, Fla.; Phi. • BETTE NOVIT, Dallas, Texas; Newcor New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences. Arts and Sciences. Sigma Delta Tau; Arts and Sciences; • ANNETTE Student Di- Delta Sigma DAVID A. NUSLOCH, JR.. Ninth Row: GERALD O ' BRIEN, Hartford, Conn.; Arts and Sciences. • WILLIAM J. O ' CALLAGHAN, Pass Christian, Miss.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta PI • HENRY F. O ' CONNOR, JR., New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • MARGARET OGILVIE, Shreveport, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Barracudas. • JIM OGLESBY, Mlllington, Tenn.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. lii i fflS ' Hi sM m Itisiii Will U E)lll H ; ' io ' Wl fei. 298 rwr rrrmi. E S H M E N Flnt Row: JIJMIYE OKUBO, Kenner, La.; Business Adminrstration: Chi Gamma Chi. • WALDO CARRE OTIS, JR.. Bay St. Louis. Miss.; Business Administra- !.on: Alpha Tau Omega. MARLENE G. FACTOR, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb. • CLARA PALETOU, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: Chi Omega: Sailing Club. • BROCK DEAN PALMER, New London, Conn.; Arts and Sciences; House Council: Photography Club. Second Row: DWIN K. PALMER, Selma, Ala.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau • BRUCE WEIGERT PALTROW, Great Necic, N. Y.; Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Mu; Freshman Track. • LEE HUNTINGTON PARRISH Hamilton, O.: Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • GEORGE PARU, Tulsa Olcla.; Arts and Sciences: Alpha Epsilon Pi. • TERRY PASSMAN. Kansa City, Mo.: Arts and Sciences. Third Row: SAM K. PAYNE. JR., New Orleans. La.; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi. • THOMAS T. PEARSON, Springfield, III.; Arts and Sciences: Sigma Chi. • JILL PEAVY, Dallas, Texas; Newcomb; Pi Befa Ph ' ; JAMBALAYA. • WILLIAM E. PECOUL, New Orleans, La.: Arts and Sciences. • EINAR N. PEDERSEN, JR., New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences: Phi Kappa Sigma. Fourth Row: SUZANNE LOUISE PEISSEL. Houston, Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • CORBETT LEE PENTON, Birmingham, Ala.; Arts and Sciences. • LARRY ALLEN PERRIN. New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; President Freshmen Engineering Class; Honor Board. • GAIL A. PETERSON, Millington. N.J.; Newcomb: Phi Mu: Hullabaloo; Sail no C ' uh. • J. VINCENT PIEROTTI, JR., Atlanta, Ga.; Arts and Sciences; Pre-Medical Society. Fifth Row: SUSAN PFEIFFER, Shreveport, La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Barracudas. MONTE EDDY PILIAWSKY, New Orleans, La.; Ar ' s aid Sciences. DENNIS PILNEY, Metairie. La.; Arts and Sciences: Alpha Tau Omega. WILLIAM PITTS, Alexandria, La.; Arts and Sciences: Sigmi Alpha Epsilon: Football: Greenbackers; WTUL. • BUSTER POOL, Meridian, Miss.: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Alpha. Football. Sixth Row: DAVID J. POTTER. Texarkana. Ark.; Business Administration; Football. • CAROLYN WESLEY POWELL. New Orleans. La.; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Barracudas. • DANIEL PRESSER, Houston, Texas; Arls and Sciences; Tau Epsilon Phi; Pre-Medical Society; WTUL. • NANCY BARRET PREWITT, Mount Sterling, Ky.: Newcomb: TUSK. PAMELA PRIDEAUX, Houston. Texas: Newcomb. I Seventh Row: GARY L. PRIOR, Cincinnati. Ohio: Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. ' • ARTHUR C. PULITZER. New Orleans, La.: Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu. • BATES PULLIAM, Fort Worth, Texas; Business Administration: Phi Delta Theta. JAY QUERBES, Shreveport. La.; Business Administration: Kappa Alpha. • RONALD P. RABIN, New Orleans, La.: Arts and Sciences: Zeta Beta Tau; President, Freshman Class. Eighth Row: MARY WALKER RADFORD, Now Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi, Sailing Club. RICK RAMEY, Liberal, Kan.: Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. CLAY RANKIN, Montgomery, Ala.; Arts and Sciences: Kappa Sigma. JACK H. RAU. New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Anchor and Chain. • JEANNE HALL RAWLINSON. Denver, Colo.; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. Ninth Row: NELVILLE JUDE REEHLMANN, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences. • TOM REESE. New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences: Kappa Alpha. • WOODY REGISTER, Cedarhurst, N. Y.; Arts and Sciences: Delta Kappa Epsilon. • ED REID. Houston, Texas; Arts and Sciences: Pi Kappa Alpha: Tulane UniversHy Theatre. • CHARLIE RENFRO, Arlington, Va.: Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma: Anchor and Chain; House Council. ImimiiMMtA ' fd -■ ' T ' f- ' ' ' " 3 MkA 299 First Row: JUDY REPHAN, Little Rocl:. Ark.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi, JORENDA REYNOLDS, Monroe, La.: Newcomb: Phi Mu. • RANDY REYNOLDS, Richmond, Va.: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Alpha. BRUCE JAY RHODES, Hollywood, Fla.: Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Mu. • TERRY RICHHEIMER, Slencoe, III.: Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. Second Row: DORA RIDDEL, Lubbock, Texas: Newcomb: Pi Beta Phi. MICHAEL RIEMER. New Orleans, La,: Arts and Sciences. THOMAS H. RIES, South Bend, Ind.: Arts and Sciences: Zeta Beta Tau: WTUL: House Counci l. • RAUENEL LaBARRE RIGGS. Ashton, Md.: Architecture: Beta Theta Pi. • SUSAN A. RING, Jackson, Miss.: Newcomb: Phi Mu. Third Row: JAMES G. RITTENBAUM, Clayton, Mo.; Business Administration. • ALEX- ANDER MIGUEL ROBERTS. JR., Miami Beach, Fla.; Business Administra- tion: Delta Sigma Phi. • BERT W. ROBERTS, Little Rock, Ark.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Pre-Medical Society. • MICHAEL B. ROBERT- SON. Tampa, Ha.; Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega. BARBARA ENGLER ROBINS, Houston, Texas; Newcomb. Fourth Row: ELLEN ELIZABETH ROBINSON, Miami, Okla.; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Sailing Club. • LEWIS S. ROBINSON III, Shreveport, La.; Arts and Sciences: Kappa Alpha. PETER W. ROBINSON. Valparaiso, Chile: Arts and Sciences: Phi Kappa Sigma; Swimming. ARLEEN JUDITH ROGERS, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau; Student Di- rectory. • VICTOR RAY ROSE, Metalrle, La.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu: Hullabaloo; Pershing Rifles. Fifth Row: BARBARA ANN ROSEN, Montgomery, Ala.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Ph GEORGE ROTH, Beachwood, Ohio; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu; Baseball. MARY LYNN ROTH, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega: Le Circle Francais. » STEPHEN LAWRENCE ROTHMAN, Kansas City, Mo.; Arts and Sciences. MIKE ROTHSCHILD, Jacksonville, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; WTUL. Sixth Row: EDWARD M. ROWLEY, JR., New Orleans, La.; Engineering: Beta Theta PI. • RALPH HOMER RUCH, Louisville, Ky.; Arts and Sciences. • SHEILA RYAN, Monroe, La.; Newcomb: Tuiane University Theatre. GORDON ROBERT SABATIER, Baton Rouge, La.; Arts and Sciences; Campus Nite. • MARY-MATHILDE SALAUN, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb. Seventh Row: PHILIP RICHARD SALEEBY, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences: Delta Sigma Phi. • PAT SALIS, Fort Worth, Texas; Newcomb; Phi Mu: Newcomb Choir. • BARD SCHACHTEL, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences. JOEL E. SCHECHTER, Woodmere, N.Y.: Engineering; Alpha Epsilon Pi. • DONALD R. SCHLATER. New Orleans, La.; Engineering; Sailing Club. Eighth Row: MARILYN SCHMERBECK. Kerrville, Texas; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta: Alpha Omega Alpha. TIM SCHNEIDAU, New Orleans, La.; Business Ad- ministration; Beta Theta Pi. • VIRGINIA SCHNEIDER, Bloomington, III.; Newcomb: Alpha Omicron PI; Sailing Club. • CHARLOTTE SCHULTZ, Memphis, Tenn.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Dance Club. NANCY JEAN SCHUSS, Beverly Hills, Calif.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau; Dance Club. Ninth Row: CELIA J. SCOTT, Boynton Beach, Fla.; Newcomb: Campus Nite. • JAMES F. SCOTT, JR., New Orleans, La.; Engineering. • JAMES M. SCOTT, Pitts- burgh, Pa.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. JERRY SEALE, Houston, Texas: Engineering: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • SUZANNE JAHNCKE SEE- MANN, New Orleans, La.: Newcomb: Pi Beta Phi; Barracudas. 300 E S H M E N First Row: JEFFREY STEWART SELIGMAN, Bastrop. La.: Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsllon Pi. • JEFFREY A. SELLS, New Orleans, La.; Architecture: Sigma Alpha Mu. • LENNY SENTER, Pierce, Fla.; Arts and Sciences: Alpha Epsllon PI; Pre-Medical Society; TUSK. • DIANA LEE SESSIONS, Dallas. Texas: Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; A Cappella Choir; Campus Nite. GARY SHAPIRO, Tulsa. OUa.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsllon PI; A Cappella Choir. Second Row: BILL SHAPIRO, Sporlonburq, S.C.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu; Track. • GORDON BICKFORD SHAW, Levelland, Texas; Engineering; Pershing Rifles. • GALEN SHORT. Houston, Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi: Sailing Club. DENNY SHOUP, MIchigantown, Ind.; Arts and Sciences; Basketball. • RON SHRIEVES, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. Third Row: DAVID S. SHUGHART, JR., Flrbourg, Switzerland: Business Administra- tion; Sigma Nu. MARSHA SIDEL, Mobile. Ala.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau. • NANCY SIEGEL, New York, N.Y.; Newcomb; Alpha Epsllon Phi. • JANE ELIZABETH SILVERBERG, Thlbodaux, La.; Newcomb: Sigma Delta Tau; Hullabaloo; Student Directory. • SUSAN ELAINE SILVERMAN. New Orleans, La.; Newcomb. Fourth Row; HARVEY A. SINGERMAN, New Orleans, La.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu. • BILLY SIZELER, New Orleans, La.; Architecture; Phi Beta Kappa; A.I.A. JUDY SLACK. Sheffield, Ala.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Campus NIte: Sailing Club. • FRANK SMITH. Qulncy, Fla.; Architecture; Sigma Alpha Epsllon; A.I.A.; Greenbackers: Campus Nite. DAVID PAUL SMITH, Laramie, Wyo.; Architecture: Zeta Beta Tau: A.I.A. Fifth Row: IDA SUE SMITH, Handsboro. Miss.; Newcomb: Phi Mu: Newcomb Chorus. • MARVIN E. SMITH II, Nashville, Tenn.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • RICHARD ALLYN SMITH. Shelton, Conn.: Engineering; Delta Tau Delta. • HEBE SMYTHE, Tribbett, Miss.; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron PI. • W. RANDOLPH SNAPP. Richmond, Va. Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. Sixth Row: FLORETTE MICHAEL SNYDER, Bastrop, La.: Newcomb; Art Club. • SUSAN SOFFER, Clayton, Mo.; Newcomb: Sigma Delta Tau. • DONALD A. SOLOMON. Louisville, Ky.; Arts and Sciences: Zeta Beta Tau. • IRA LEE SORKIN, Manhassett, N.Y.: Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsllon Pi. • FRED S. SPANGLER. Houston, Texas; Engineering. Seventh Row: COLLEEN M. SPENCE. Memphis, Tenn.: Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Theta: Cheerleader: Greenbackers: Campus Nite. • GERALD SPRINGER, Kew Gardens, N.Y.; Arts and Sciences: Tau Epsllon Phi; WTUL. • SCOTT STALLINGS, Miami, Fla.; Arts and Sciences: Sigma Chi; Navy Drill Team. • ANN MARIE STAPLES, Alexandria, La.; Newcomb; Chi Omega. BILL STEGELMEYER, Donaldsonville, La.: Engineering; Pep Band; Pershing Rifles. Eighth Row: ' ORKY STEINER. Cincinnati. Ohio; Arts and Sciences; Irby House Council; ■ ' . rUL. • EPSIE STEINER, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Art lub. • SIDNEY B. STEINER, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration; -ta Beta Tau; Hullabaloo. CARLA STERNE. Albany. Ga.; Newcomb: 9ma Delta Tau; Student Directory. • STEVE STEVENS. Shreveport. La.; ■ ' ■ ' ts and Sciences; Phi Delta Thsta. Ninth Row: ■M STEWART, Conroe, Texas; Arts and Sciences; PI Kappa Alpha. • JAMES 1 STEWART. Elkhart, Ind.; Business Administration; Sigma Nu. • MILTON E. STEWART. Pollock, La.: Architecture; Sigma Chi; A.I.A. JEANNE CAMILLE STINNETT, Brenham. Texas; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; A Cappella Choir. • STUART K. STOKES, St. Petersburg. Fla.; Engineer- ing; Delta Sigma Phi; WTUL. 301 First Row: EARL STOLZ, New Orleans, La.: Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha. • CHESTER STORTHZ, Little Rocic, Ark.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Football. • CAROL ANN STOTTS, Prairie Village, Kans.; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • RICHARD A. STRAUSS, Los Angeles, Calif.; Arts and Sciences; Tau Epsilon Phi. • SANDY STREIFFER, Metairie, La.: Newcomb: Sigma Delta Tau; Student Directory. Second Row: SUSAN RAE STUERMER, Brownsville, Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; WTUL. • STEVE SUNENBLICK, Portsmouth, New Hampshire; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JERRY STEPHEN SUTTON, Nacogdoches, Texas; Architecture; Sigma Nu; A.I.A. • MARTHA LYNN SV ANSON, New Orleans. La.; Newcomb: A Cappella Choir. RONALD S. SWARTZ, Tyler, Texas; Arts and Sciences: Alpha Epsilon Pi; Pre-Medlcal Society. Third Row: SKEETS SWEAT, Sanderson. Fla.; Newcomb: Alpha Delta Pi; A Cappella Choir; WTUL. MILLARD E. SWEATT. Dallas, Texas; Arts and Sciences: Phi Kappa Sigma. PAT SWEENEY, Hossmoor, III.; Newcomb: Pi Beta Phi; Art Club. • KEN TACONY, St. Louis. Mo.; Engineering: Delta Tau Delta; A Cappella Choir; Sabre Jets. SHELDON JAY TASHMAN, Miami Beach. Fla.; Business Administration. Fourth Row: MARY NELL TAYLOR. Northport. Ala.: Newcomb; Phi Mu; Sailing Club: Bridge Club. • ENRIQUE J. TEODORO. New Orleans, La.; Engineering. • LLOYD ANTHONY TERRELL, Louisville, Ky.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; WTUL. • SANDY THIENEMAN. JR., New Orleans, La.; Archi- tecture: Alpha Tau Omega. SANDY TICE, Waterloo, Iowa; Newcomb; A Cappella Choir; Opera Woorkshop; Sailing Club; JAMBALAYA. Fifth Row: JERRY TOBIAS, Jacksonville, Fla.: Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu. • THOMAS J. TOOKE. Shreveport, La.; Arts and Sciences: Phi Delta Theta: Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Class. WARREN BARRY TRATTLER, Forest Hill. N.Y.; Arts and Sciences; Tau Epsilon Phi. • PAM TUCKER, Millington. Tenn.; Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Theta. THOMAS WARREN TUCKER, Baton Rouge, La.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Vice- President. Freshman Class; Sailing Club. Sixth Row: TED E. TURNER. Homer, La.; Arts and Sciences. » RICHARD N. TYLER, Forest Hills. N.Y.: Arts and Sciences; Tau Epsilon Phi; House Council; Young Democrats. JANIE URIS. New York, N.Y.; Newcomb: Alpha Epsilon Phi. • WARREN J. UNVERZAGT, New Orleans. La.; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. • RAUL VALDES-FAULI, Miami, Fla.; Arts and Sciences. Seventh Row: CAROLYN D. VANTRESS. Atlanta, Ga.; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • WILLIAM BAHLE VAUGHAN, New Orleans. La.: Engineering; Photog- raphy Club: Louisiana Engineering Society. STUART VELASCO, Gulfport, Miss.: Arts and Sciences; Glendy Burke Society; Young Republicans. • CAROL VENTERS, Tampa. Fla.: Newcomb; Phi Mu; Pre-Medical Society. • ELMORE R. VERLANDER. JR., New Orleans, La.: Business Administra- tion; Phi Kappa Sigma. Eighth Row; SHERRY VETA, Cheyenne, Wyo.; Newcomb: Alpha Epsilon Phi; WTUL. • ASHTON J. VILLARS. Metairie. La.; Engineering. • BILL VILTER, Cincinnati, Ohio; Arts and Sciences; Be a Theta Pi. ROBERT VOSBEIN, New Orleans. La.; Arts and Sciences: Kappa Alpha. J. BRYAN WAGNER, New Orleans. La.; Business Administration: Phi Delta Theta. Ninth Row: RICHARD WAYNE WAGNER. New Orleans. La.; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. • JOHN F. WAGUESPACK III, New Orleans, La.: Engineering: Delta Sigma Phi; Young Conservatives. • JUDY WALDMAN, Dallas, Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Student Directory. • HENRY CLAY WALKER IV, Shreveport, La.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • PHILIP W. WALKER, Seancy, Ark.; Arts and Sciences. t E S H M e N ' | vi f - rC3 Ci r B 1 f ' 302 E FRESHMEN Flrj Row: MICHAEL WANEK, New Orleans. La.: Business Adnninistratlon; Alpha Tau Omega. RONALD WANG, Linden. N.J.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; German Club; Pre-Medical Society; Student Directory. ' JUDY ANN WARNER, New Orleans. La.; Newcomb. • JOHN BENNET WATERS. Alexandria, La.; Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Green- backers; Tailhoolc Club. • JOHN WATSON, Shreveport, La.; Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Second Row: KERRY M. WATSON, Kailua, Hawaii; Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Sailing Club. NANCY ELIZABETH WATTERSON, Connersville, Ind.; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. PETER WEIL, Corpus Chrlstl, Texas; Arts and Sci ences; Zeta Beta Tau; Pre-Medical Society; Pep Band; Tulane Band; Dormitory Council. SUSAN TONI WEINBERG, Houston, Texas; Newcomb: JAMBALAYA. • ROBERT F. WEINER, Miami. Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu. Third Row: GARY WEINSTEIN, Washington, D.C.; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Student Directory; A Cappella Choir; WTUL. • ROBERT A. WEINSTEIN, Denver, Colo.; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. • MADOLYN WEISS, Memphis. Tenn.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau; Student Directory. SALLIE HARRISON WEISSINGER. New Orleans. La.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa 3amma; Young Republicans. • KARLYN WENGER. New Orleans, La.; Newcomb: Alpha Omicron Pi; Newcomb Choir. Secretary. Fourth Row: CHARLES S. WESTBROOK, Metalrle, La.; Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega. • BARBARA A. WHITE, New Orleans, La.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • CHERYL DIANE WHITE. Chickasha, Okla.; Newcomb; Philosophy Club; Sailing Club. • DOUG WHITE. Alexandria, La.; Architecture; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A. LA. • MARTHA D. WICKETT, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Phi Mu. Fifth Row: STEVEN B. WICKLAND, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. AMBER ANNE WILLIAMS, New Orleans, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. • ANA MARIA WILLIAMS, Maracaibo, Venezuela; Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma. • RICHARD W. WILLIAMSON. Dallas, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha: Swimming. • KABBY WILSON. Birming- ham, Ala.; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Barracudas. Sixth Row: LISA WILSON, Denver. Colo.; Newcomb. • NANCY F. WILSON. Monroe. La.: Newcomb; Chi Omega: Greenbackers; Young Republicans. • REED CALHOUN WILSON, Washington, D.C.: Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • RANDY WINSKI, Michigan City, Ind.; Business Administration. • PHYLLIS WISCH, Shaker Heights, Ohio; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. Seventh Row: SUSAN WISE, Dallas, Texas; Newcomb: Alpha Omicron Pi; Athletic Council. • DORA LEE WOLFSON, Houston, Texas; Newcomb. • ROBERT H. WOOD. Redwood City, Calif.; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi. • RONALD WOOD, Metalrie, La.: Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta. • MELINDA WOODS, Tulsa, Okla.; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Sailing Club. Eighth Row: • RAYMOND WRIGHT, Birmingham, Ala.; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta. • WILLIAM E. WRIGHT. Montchanin, Del.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu. • HARRIS H. YATES, New Orleans, La.; Business Administration. • ROBERT L. YEAGER, Pomona, N.Y.; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • ANN YERGER, Mound, La.; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. I Ninth Row: • HELEN YOMTOV, Birmingham, Ala.; Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau. • JOAN KAREN ZAROWITZ, Newcomb; Sigma Delta Tau. • LANNY ZATZKIS, Shreveport, La.: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Epsilon Pi; Pre-Medical Society. • STEVEN GLENN ZEGAR. Springfield, N.J.: Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Pre-Medical Society: Track. • SAMUEL ZEMURRAY III. New Orleans. La.; Arts and Sciences. • JANICE ZIONTS, Houston, Texas; Newcomb: Alpha Epsilon Phi; Student Directory. IM 303 I A D V K K 1 I S E M K N 1 S 6 2 305 Regarding our Friends The Advertisers The JAMBALAYA is a student publication; as such, it is dependent above all upon students, who write its copy, who take its photographs, who secure its advertising money. As such, it is dependent upon the financing of the student body. Thus we all owe a debt to the advertisers who have filled the following pages. They have eased the financial burden of the student body; they have enabled the JAMBALAYA staff to produce a yearbook. The business staff of the JAMBALAYA strongly urges every student not only to support every one of the advertisers listed in the next few pages, but to ignore, at every opportunity, the competitors of the firms that have advertised in this yearbook. BILL NUSSBAUM, Business Manager INDEX Page AMERICAN PRINTING CO., LTD 310 ARNAUD ' S 317 BARNETT OPTICAL CO 312 BENNETT ' S CAMERA HOUSE 312 BENSON PRINTING CO 307 CARROLLTON REFRIGERATION 318 CHALMETTE LAUNDRY 316 CUSIMANO PRODUCE CO 312 DURAND MFG. CO 314 EMERY AND KAUFMAN, LTD 308 EMILE M. BABST CO 318 FAMOUS-STERNBERG, INC 3 14 FREEPORT SULFUR CO 308 FRIEDBERG ' S 316 GENTRY 308 GUS MAYER CAMPUS SHOP 310 J. A. MAJORS CO 308 LABICHE ' S 318 LLOYD ALEXANDER ' S ORCHESTRA 316 Page LOUBAT GLASSWARE AND CORK CO. 308 MADISON SHOP 310 MAISON BLANCHE 312 MONTAG ' S 3 14 NABORHUD WASHWOMAN 319 NEWT ' S OF NEW ORLEANS 315 PAN-AMERICAN LIFE INS. CO 311 PERRILLIAT-RICKEY CONST. CO 312 PORTER ' S 310 RAPPOPORT STUDIOS 313 ROHM ' S ,FLOWER SHOP 318 SHREVEPORT ENGRAVING 320 STAGG LIMITED 314 TABASCO 310 THOMAS W. HOOLEY SONS, INC 318 TULANE BOOKSTORE 319 TULANE CAFETERIA 319 UNIVERSITY CENTER LANES 319 UNIVERSITY CENTER BARBER SHOP 308 WHITNEY NATIONAL BANK 309 30 5 A 31 tnaw ahle Year • Congratulations to the Student Body and Faculty of Tiilanc University upon the couipk-tion of another outstandins; year of acconi|Dlishnients. • The Staff of your annual has worked exceedingly hard to give you a superb book that portrays the highlights of memo- rable activities. To preserve this excellent literaiy and photographic record, the best grades of material have been combined with skilled workmanship to provide the finest quality yearbook. • Ve are ery proud that the 1962 Staff selected us to design, print and bind the Jamb.vl.wa. W have earnestK- endea -- ored to fulfill the confidence placed in us. iii:] Mii i»kii tim; iomimxy ( omnlete U ooli 1 1 lanufacliirintj N ASHVI L LE 3, T ENN ES S EE COMPLIMENTS OF FREEPORT SULPHUR CO. NEW ORLEANS PORT SULPHUR lOTTRY _ Ljentieinen S S liop Catering to the Sou+h ' s Best Dressed S+uden+s 710 S. Carroll+on Ave. UNlversity 1-4931 UNIVERSITY CENTER BARBER SHOP To offer immediate service We now have 4 barbers to serve you CLOSED MONDAY TUESDAY-FRIDAY— 8 A.M.-6 P.M. SATURDAY— 8 A.M.-4 P.M. BASEMENT— UNIVERSITY CENTER Your Own -accident-sickness-hospital GROUP INSURANCE PLAN Designed and Approved by TULANE and NEWCOMB STUDENT COUNCIL CONTINENTAL CASUALTY CO.— (Chicago) EMERY KAUFMAN LTD. ,----3 JA 2-722! AGENTS Majors Medical Bookstores A full line of books is carried in stock at all times so that immediate delivery can be made. Subscriptions solicited for all medical periodicals in the English language. J. A. MAJORS CO. 147 S. Liberty St. 523-281 I Since 1875 THE LOUBAT GLASSWARE CORK COMPANY Complete Equipment and Supplies HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, INSTITUTIONS NEW ORLEANS 308 Alma Mater... For mort- than three-quarters of a centurv the Whitnev, hke Tulane, lias nurtured the dreams and ambitions of oung men and women. W ' itli these plans the natural and economic resources of our area have grown, and we ha e grov n witli them. ' e congratulate the University and its alumni on tlie important contribution Tulane has made in developing young men and women whose vision, courage and hard work have helped so much to build their countr) ' . |i NATIONAL BANK OF NEW ORLEANS EST i BLISHIEID 13S3 IVLEIvlBEK, F.ID.I.C 309 THE NATURAL SUIT Here ' s the most natural way how comfortable fashion can be. Choose the new natural-shoulder clothes from our distinguished collection. 50. 55. 65. - s Alumni Corner Caronde et and Gravier y - ' _ . T 4 4- " " ' Floor Rubenslein Broa. -I CANAL corner ST. CHARIES C Traditional shoulder SUITS, SPORT JACKETS, COATS, SLACKS and ACCESSORIES Priced within a College man ' s budget CARROLLTON SHOPPING CENTER TABASCO The Seasoning Supreme As every student knows, an imitation makes a poor substitute!! Always Insist on genuine ' TABASCO " brand pepper sauce when eating at your favorite restaurant, winether it be the Toodle hlouse or Galatoire ' s. AMERICAN PRINTING COMPANY, LTD. 424 Camp Street New Orleans, Louisiana " Hey you . . . getcha hands off my pole. ' 310 Pan-American Life Can Make the Difference . . . Are you prepared to meet the high cost of a college education for your chil- dren? A Pan-American educational plan is the sure way to guarantee them the ad- vantages of college. College-trained men and women can look forward to nearly $103,000 more life- time income than their contemporaries who did not attend college. Thoughtful parents realize, too, that the costs of a college edu- cation arc rising each year — up lO ' o over 10 years ago. PAN-AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE NEW ORLEANS If you want to make certain your chil- dren will have the finer things in life, a Pan-American Life Insurance Company edu- cational plan can make the difference. 311 New Orleans Office — University 6-5496 PER11ILLIAT-RI€KEY C OXS TRUCTIOX CO., Inc. L en era I (_- on ira ciord 1530 S. Rendon Street NEW ORLEANS, LA. the college man ' s fashion world . . . YT Tl P ' L els So varied are our assortments in this popular little shop ... so correct in every v ay are the clothing and accessories . . . that young men who know the best in traditional fashions are becoming pleasantly addicted to shopping here for everything they need. We hope that you, too, will find time to stop in — when you ' re down our way. MB First Floor VIF MaISON BlANCHE STOKl SOUTH 833 Common Street JAckson 5-4711—7414 BARNETT OPTICAL CO. WM. J. HASSTEHE, SR. GUILD PRESCRIPTIONS OPTICIANS CONTACT LENS SERVICE BY PRESCRIPTION Pare Marquette Arcade NEW ORLEANS, LA. " Where Quality Begins " CUSIMANO PRODUCE CO. Fancy Fruits and Vegetables Phones JAckson 5-0739-0730 213-215 Poydras Street NEW ORLEANS 12, LOUISIANA Bennett ' s 320 BARONNE STREET (Opp. Public Service B ' dg.) JA 2-051 I 312. Leaders in Photography Since 1905 RAPPOPORT STUDIOS OFFICIAL JAMBALAYA PHOTOGRAPHERS NEW YORK 17, NEW YORK 485 Fifth Avenue MUrray Hill 2-8880 313 FAMOUS-STERNBERG, INC. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES FOR MEN 400 JOSEPH STREET for all occasions " V fef : writing papers ttiat create an impression MONTAG ' S Atlanta, Georgia COMPLIMENTS OF AN ENEMY THIS BOOK IS BOUND In A Durand Cover Produced by the DURAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY 939 West Thirty-fifth Street CHICAGO 9, ILLINOIS 314 or 1 1 leu THE SOUTHS FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE SELECTION OF CONTINENTAL CLOTHES Featuring the Finest Line of Continental Clothes in the South Two Locations 730 Royal Street at St. Louis Cathedral JA 5-2839 and 622 St. Peter St. Between Royal Chartres 525-8336 " ihc- Hull I oj the Old f.ruch OihiiUr ' 315 I New Orleans ' Most Modern Orchestra Lloyd yTiexcinder 6 excinae¥ ' 5 Orchestra LLOYD ALEXANDER— IRWIN KNIGHT A.F.M. 6924 Louisville Street 2Z2-bbll Call after 6 Established JAckson 2- 1 186 Over 50 Years 523- 1926 FRIEDBERG ' S UNIFORMS FOR EVERY PURPOSE and SMART MEN ' S WEAR 521 -523 Canal Street New Orleans 16 , La. ' Pa+fy-calce, pa+fy-calce baiter ' s man :.= n G T TH IT CHALMETTE TOWCW Chalmelte EXPERT CLEANING is THE BEST for your family! Backed by 80 years of professional c)(perience, Cbalraette offers you the CHALMETTE TOUCH . . . these unsurpassed advantages: TOP QilAMT Y deaning | Persoirah ' zed DEPE CARE Frifin Sotislflcll GUARAN ' For free pick-up delivery, Call HUnter 2-2161. Cash Carry 316 ARNAUD ' S " The House of Hospitality and Friends " 801-29 BIENVILLE STREET OPEN FROM II A. M. to 12:30 A.M. (AFTER MIDNIGHT) GERMAINE CAZENAVE WELLS Ovi.ner of Arnaud ' s Restaurant, daughter oi the late Count Arnaud, founder of the restaurant that bears his name, as well as creator of many famous Creole and French dishes famed throughout the world. ARNAUD ' S— Selected the best restaurant of the South for the 2000th anniversary of the founding of the City of Paris. Few are the people v ho set foot on the sidewalk oF Nov Orleans who do not seek to learn the location of Ar- naud ' s and forthwith journey there to enjoy ihis famous cuisine. After partaking of a notable meal, guests fre- quently ask ihe derivation of a particular dish: " Is it French? " " Is it Spanish? " The answer is that it is a combination of the wizardry of the French with (he art of Spanish to make Arnaud ' s masterpieces. est auran f .Arriiaud AIR CONDITIONED 317 THREE COMPLETE FASHION STORES For Young People and People Who Stay Younj LABICHE ' S 301 BARONNE STREET, CARROLLTON SHOPPING CENTER and WESTSIDE SHOPPING CENTER. GRETNA For your best deal air conditioners to rent or buy We carry a full line of TVs, Hi-Fi ' s and Radios Carroilton lefrlgeration Service 7624 Maple Street UN 1-2501 Across the street from Amy ' s Sno Cream Rohm ' s Flowers Shop COMPLETE FLORAL SERVICE V E DELIVER 629 Cherokee UN I-36II JA 2-3619 UN 6-2865 Night Phones UN 1-1965 (uN 6-0864 THOS. W. 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