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( I II ■■! 1 1 ■n- ' lli iBBkil I A Vieux Carre courtyard, standing demure in its year-round set- ting, veiled from the passerby, chronicle to a colorful past. " O frabjous day! Calooh, Calay! " Fat Tuesday, mirth, and krewes float down barricaded streets, over glass and tin, flinging trinkets and dou- bloons to the pressing throng ' s cry of " throw me something. Mister! " ' ■ 4 7 « »•.(«» A Tulane collage-imagination ' s respite from reality: " Three Penny Opera " — the wealth that is drama, mirroring the terrestrial experi- ence in masque. Navy Cannon — comic relief from armed reality; architecture of our innocence. Snoopy — backed by the Great Pumpkin, America ' s epic contribution to military history, by whom the Red Baron was vanquished. " Sebastian " Ibis — object of odium, in the spirit of rivalry laid to rest November 5, 1966. RIP. II The campus, life ' s greenhouse, where we — directors of our own souls — nurture the spir- it, broaden the mind, discipline our faculties, train our talents, learn to learn, grow, and take growth ' s secret with us. 12 Another, with whom we share this growth. 13 Thristy, benches lie fallow on stone mosaic. V T irT " i8f; ' ii ■..■ ;■•! «A« ' " ! Scholars, faithful under torrents, treading teeming umbrella corridors, following beaten paths to appointed times. And only yesterday we came running home announcing we had just learnt to tie our shoelaces. : .Ak i i -ta • »«i« " :ii U; " ' ' - ' V,-ar- -. ' • ? i 20 21 22 ■1 23 mmmf ' 24 r 1 La Casa DeLos MARINOS a Marin a •NC ON ONE PREM I8yrs t AUSTH PR -rtir. ' J - -tiir -■ mr - f , BH K H 28 29 ' , : i»« s «£=? d J u =«E!S±SSBrH:1l 37 38 40 44 ry ' ■ ' , I » 46 J«Si 47 48 tiGAUtiGS 49 ,K " NJIt. f ' m. ' -? - v f i ii ii: « .: ' ■ " ' » ' : ' »1«S!« II !, ' «! - w ' -, " i - , " X lr ■ ' .uC- TC i(rfAir ' ' ?i .«e» :;,. ■-v. ' . 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Second Row — Jim Greenwood. Lou Campomenosi. Dennis Krauss. Jrm Darn ley, Tim Cough I in. Mike Find- ley, Tri-captain Pete Johns, Tri-captain Jerry Colquette, TrI-captain Lanis O ' Steen, Don Capretz, Herschel Richard, Schott Mumme, Vic 66 SEASON ' S RECORD Tulane 13 Virginia Tech Tulane 21 Texas A M 13 Tulane 14 Stanford 33 Tulane 20 Virginia 6 Tulane 28 Cincinnati 21 Tulane 17 Georgia Tech 35 Tulane 13 Vanderbilt 12 Tulane 10 Miami (Fla.) 10 Tulane 10 Florida 31 Tulane 7 LS.U. 21 j Jg SS 33 % i Eumont, Mike Cdmmaratd, Joe Melancon, Uwe Ponfrus, Larry MIckal. Head Coach Jim Pittman. Third Row — Defensive Backfield Coach Billy Tohill, Bobby Duhon, Bruce Guidry, Bob Picou. Dave VenTresca, El Donaldson, Mike Sontag, Tom Nosewicz, Jim Wright, Nat Toulon, Jim Jancik, Mike FItzpa trick, Dan Dembinskl. Steve hiartnett. Jim Spring, Bill Bailey, Don Smith, Mike Reed, Defensive End and Linebacker Coach Pat Culpepper, Freshman Coach Jack O ' Leary. Back Row — Defensive Line Coach Frar-k Young, Offensive Line Coach Tom " Pap " Morris, Doran Elkourl, Bruce Turner, Tom Wright, K en Tanana, Dean Smith, Hugh Morton, Tom Barrows, Blake Hamilton, Don Morris, War- ren Bankston, Calvin Fox, Jeff Miles. John Snell, Bob Dawson, Terry Therlault, Dwight Howell, Nick PIzzolatto, Offensive End Coach Joe Clark, Offensive Backfield Coach Joe Blaylock. 67 68 69 The Tulane football team, under the driving leadership of first year head coach Jim Pittman, had a winninq season for the first time in a decade. Throughout the season, the Green Wave played a hard-hittinq, opportunistic brand of football and displayed a potent rushing attack, spearheaded by Bobby Duhon, Jim Trahan, and Pete Johns, that ranked high in national ground gaining statistics. In the season ' s opener. Tulane dominated on offense and defense, defeating Virginia Tech 13-0. the only loss Liberty Bowl bound Tech suffered all year. Duhon threw a touch- down pass to Lanis O ' Steen and Uwe Pontius kicked two field goals to account for the game ' s scoring. The next week, the Green Wave took advantage of sev- eral Texas A M mistakes to down the Aqgies 21-13. Duhon scored two touchdowns on short runs and defensive lineman Vic Eumont recovered a fumb ' e in the end zone for the other Green Wave score. A M displayed a fine passmg attack, but Tulane capita ' ized on the numerous Aggie mis- takes throughout the game. The Wave travelled next to Pa ' o Alto where the Stanford Indians, led by Gene Washington and Dave Lewis, over- whelmed the Greenies 33-14. Lewis ran 90 yards from scrim- mage in the first quarter and Bill Shoemaker kicked four field goals, including a 50- and a 40-varder. Tulane ' s come- back attempt after beingdown 20-0 attheha ' f featuredtouch- downs by Chuck Loftin and Mike Findley, but Washington ' s 70 71 consistent gains on roll-outs and Shoemaker ' s toe kept the game out of reach. Travelling to Virginia, the Green Wave crushed the fa- vored Cavaliers 20-6. The Wave ' s defensive line, led by Vic Eumont and Schott Mumme, kept Virginia quarterback Bob Davis under constant pressure and long T.D. runs by Duhon and Trahan highlighted the victory. Cincinnati was next to challenge and the Wave defeated the Bearcats 28-21 in an offensive battle. The Green Ma- chine rolled up 387 yards on the ground. Pete Johns had the finest game of his career, rushing for 193 yards in 16 car- ries.Bobby Duhon also carried for over 100 yards and scored two touchdowns. Two pass Interceptions for touchdowns and a disputed call on another touchdown spelled the difference as na- tionally-ranked Georgia Tech knocked off Tulane 35-17 in Atlanta. Tech stars Kim King and Lenny Snow did little against the Greenie defense, but Tulane ' s offensive mistakes gave the Ramblin ' Wrecks the advantage they needed. Tulane then journeyed to Nashville where they had to come from behind in the second half to defeat Vanderbilt 13-12. The game, which was highlighted by two Duhon touchdown runs, was perhaps the Wave ' s poorest showing of the year, but, a glittering four quarter goal line stand preserved the victory. The Green Wave, inspired by a large Homecoming 72 73 74 crowd, played its finest game of the season against a tough Ivliami squad. The defensive team, particularly Don Cap- ■etz, Jim Jancik, and Ernie Parker, was outstanding in the- 10-10 tie. A TD pass from sophomore quarterback Warren Bankston to sophomore end Nick Pizzoiatto in the fourth quarter highlighted the offensive thrust and another fine goal-line stand late in the game averted defeat. The Florida offense, led by Heisman Trophy winner Steve Spurrier, proved too much for the Green Wave as the Ga- tors won 31-10. The game, played in intermittent rain, was close until the final quarter when two Florida TD ' s decided the contest. In the season ' s finale, played before a record crowd in the Sugar Bowl, L.S.U. defeated Tulane 21-7. Sophomore halfback Trigger Allen scored all of the L.S.U. touchdowns in the disappointing climax to the successsful first season of Coach Jim Pittman and the Tulane Green Wave. 75 f m€Mmmi Front Row — Kent Jenkins, Brad Calhoun, Starkey Smith, Mike Audirsch, Bob Venet, John Onofrio, Dick Stafford, Bart Boolcatz, Pat Jacobs, Derald Smith. Second Row — Coach Dave East, Al hlebert, Gary Smy- ers, " Mark Kirkland, Sid Jones, Jerry Kuehn, Maurice Gartman, John Mueller. Richard Redd, Jim Yarter, Bill Leen, John Haines, Dennis McAfee, Coach Leon Verrlere. Third Row — Coach Conrad Meyer, Coach George Smith, Carie Boyd. Charles Davis. Larry Stone, HHoward Culp, Vol Holden, Steve Shaw, Dale Meadows, Dennis Combs, Mike Tolle, Kyle Huber, Charlie Vodanovich, Chuck Carleton. Coach Bill Zimmerman, hiead Coach Jack O ' Leary. Fourth Row — Coach Bill Goss, Steve Boyd, Ricky Adams, Mike Marse, Charles Browning, Bob Bum- qarner, Mike Maberry, Scott hlaber. Chuck Barzilla, Bill Frey, Steve Pressley, Mike Reed, Clarence Duffee, Coach Dick Stelgerwald. freshman football The 1966 Baby Billow surged to two successive victories before bowing to the L.S.U. frosh 28-7 in Baton Rou ge. Coming into the L.S.U. game, the Billow was undefeated, having blanked Marlon Institute of Alabama 23-0 and scor- ing a victory over a tough Mississippi Southern frosh team, 22-14. The Marion game showed a quick, well-drilled Tulane offense that rolled up 422 yards to only 165 by its oppon- ents. Highlighting the game were Jim Yarter ' s 82-yard touchdown run In the first quarter and Bart Bookatz ' s 40- yard field goal. The Billow defense, led by Scott Haber, Kyle hHuber, and Jerry Kiiehn, time and again came up with clutch plays to whitewash Marlon. The Billow chalked up Its second victory by whipping the Mississippi Southern team 22-14 In Hattiesburg. Tulane wracked up a 15-0 halftlme lead and again managed to find the big plays that preserved their margin of victory. Derald Smith, a powerful fullback from Alexandria, broke the game In the third period when he scored on a 78-yard run from scrimmage. The Baby Bengals left the Tulane team on the short end of a 28-7 score in the final game In Baton Rouge. In the third quarter, Maurice Gartman tallied the only Billow touchdown when he recovered a blocked L.S.U. punt In the end lone. Lack of team work was the main factor in the Billow ' s loss to L.S.U. Several promising prospects Including Mike Au- dirsch, Dennis Combs, Wayne Franclngues, Haber, and Yar- ter, figure to play as regulars on next year ' s varsity squad. 76 77 basketball RECORD Tulane 106 Louisiana College 96 Tulane 102 Samford 104 Tulane 69 North Carolina 92 Tulane 58 North Carolina State 85 Tulane 83 LSU 93 Tulane 93 Davidson 89 Tulane 1 16 Northwestern 121 Tulane 66 Michigan State 76 Tulane 98 Detroit 94 Tulane 52 Miami of Ohio 87 Tulane 1 18 Yale 106 Tulane 99 Georgia Tech 91 Tulane 99 Stetson 76 Tulane 99 LSU 89 Tulane 87 Florida State 85 Tulane 84 Purdue 99 Tulane 96 NYU 87 Tulane 90 Florida State 100 Tulane 9! Florida Southern 102 Tulane 74 Georgia Tech 71 Tulane 11 1 DePauw 80 Tulane 75 Air Force 65 Tulane 88 Denver 86 Tulane 68 Chicago 64 Front Row: Alan Goodman, Terry Habig, Jim Thiel. Johnny Arthurs, Billy Fitzgerald, Bob Spurck. Joel Miller, John Schweers, Al Andrews. Back Row: Head Coach Ralph Pedersen. Assistant Coach Tom Nis- sallce. Dan Moeser, Mike Mucklin, Bob Beniamin, Craig Spitzer, Mitch Urbanski, Don Simmons, Rick Carlson, Manager Bill Kitchin. Assistant Coach Jim Poole. 78 79 80 The Green Wave basketball team, sparked by the fine backcourt play of sophomore Terry hiabig and senior Al Andrews, opened the 1966-67 season with a 106-96 victory over Louisiana College. Later in the week Tulane was upset in overtime 104-102 by tiny Samford University. Andrews led all scorers with 3 1 points. In their first road trip, the Greenies found North Caro- lina basketball too much to handle, losing to the University of North Carolina 92-69 and to North Carolina State 85-58. Sophomore Johnny Arthurs led the Wave against the Tar- heels with 20 points and Habig ' s 19 points paced the at- tack against the Wolfpack. After a loss in Baton Rouge to LSU, the Wave cagers, paced by a phenomenal shooting display by Al Andrews, upset always-powerful Davidson 93-89. Tulane next played host to Northwestern and in a record-setting scoring battle lost I2I-I 16. The next night the Green Wave failed to inch in on too many scoring opportunities and fell to eventual Big Ten champ Michigan State 76-66, The Green Wave hoopsters then traveled to Detroit for the Motor City Classic where they beat the host school 98-94 and lost to Miami of Ohio 87-52. Al Andrews and Johnny Arthurs were se- lected for the All-Tournament Squad. After the Christmas break the Green Wave, revitalized by the installation of four sophomores in the starting line-up, rolled to five victories in a row. In these victories, I 18-106 over Yale, 99-91 over Georgia Tech, 99-76 over Stetson, and 99-89 in revenge over LSU, Tulane hit a combined average of 57 per cent from the floor, lifting them into the ranks of the nation ' s ten best shooting quintets. The Green Wave win streak ended with a 99-84 dumping by Purdue, but the Tulane five bounced back against NYU 96-87. NYU ' s All-Amerlcan Mel Graham sank 36 points, but balanced scoring by Arthurs, Billy Fitzgerald, and Dan Moeser more than off-set his scoring spree. Some questionable home-court refereeing combined with several hot hands dealt the cagers a double defeat to Florida State and to Florida Southern. In the 100-90 defeat to Florida State, Tulane had six players in double figures, led by Moeser ' s 20 points, but they could not defend 82 themselves against guard Bill Gieen, who scored 30 points, or Dick Denford, who scored 22. The Green Wave then returned home and knocked off Georgia Tech, rated by some experts as the best of the Southern independents teams, for the second time, and DePauw. In the DePauw contest the Green Wave set a school record by sinking 25 of 26 free throws. Tulane then headed west to take on the Air Force Academy and Denver University. Al Andrews with 17 points and Dan Moeser with 16 led the attack in a come-from- behind 75-65 victory over the Air Force. The next night, Billy Fitzgerald ' s jump shot with five seconds remaining gave the Wave an 88-86 victory over Denver. Johnny Arthurs scored 24 points in the triumph and Fitz added 20. The team closed out its season with a 68-64 victory over Chicago, led by Al Andrews ' 19 points. Andrews, later selected the team ' s Most Valuable Player, became Tulane ' s second leading scorer in history. The squad ' s 14-10 record gave Coach Ralph Pederson his first winning season and Tulane its best record in ten years. With outstanding sopho- mores Johnny Arthurs, Terry Habig, Billy Fitzgerald and Bob Spurck returning with veterans Dan Moeser and Mitch Urbanski, Tulane should have one of the best basketball teams in the South next year. 83 The 1966-67 Tulane freshman basketball team finished its season with a 9-7 won-lost record. The Billow ran up an average of 85 points per game to their opponents ' 75. Leading scorer for the Billow was Bob Patterson with an average of 18.2 points per game. Al Kralovansky and Greg Robers provided the rebounding power with 152 and 139 points respectively. Kralovansky was also tops in free throws, hitting 78.1% of his tries. Ned Reese handled the floor duties with 102 assists. Top reserves for the Billow were Steve Sullivan, Hugh Savage, Tom O ' Brien, and Bob Gar- land. The strength of this year ' s squad promises to provide steady support to the varsity in the upcoming season. man First Row: Coach Ralph Pedersen, Coach Tom Nissaike, Coach Jim Poole. Second Row: Brian Reignler, Ned Reese, Hugh Savage, Tom i ' it 84 basketball O ' Brien, Don Paulsen, Dennis Riddle, Greg Robers, Al Kralovansky. Patterson, Robert Garland, Steve Sullivan. RECORD Tulane 1 14 YMCA 51 Tulane 105 Keesler AFB 84 Tulane 85 SLC 77 Tulane 78 P ' ensacola J. C. 75 Tulane 84 Pensacola J. C. 89 Tulane 104 Nicholls State 86 Tulane 78 LSU 96 Tulane 107 YMCA 73 Tulane 68 LSU 69 Tulane 67 Pensacola NAS 81 Tulane 89 SLC 83 Tulane 67 Perkinston J.C. 54 Tulane 73 Okaloosa Walton J.C 74 Tulane 94 Baton Rouge Hawks 92 Tulane 55 Auburn 80 Tulane 61 Nicholls State 62 85 First Row: Ernie Demma, Ned Reese, Mike Roos, David Anaignac, Vic Bonnaffee. Second Row: Billy Fitzgerald, Jerry Hill, John Shay, Ronnie Scott. Steve Martin, Larry Schneider, Don Simpson. Third Row: Steve Costa, George DItta, John Turner, Greg Noonan, Captain John Dalton, Bob Patterson, Johnny Arthurs, Coach Milt Retif. baseball Two All-Southeastern Conference athletes return to lead the Tulane Baseball Team ' s bid to maintain its outstanding record of recent years. Mike Roos and Ronnie Scott, unani- mous choices on the 1966 All-SEC squad, head a team which hopes to better the 1966 season record of 17 wins and 7 losses. A strong crop of lettermen provide the basis for this year ' s enthusiasm. Roos and Scott, will have the aid of Larry Schneider, Vic Bonnafee, Bobby Duhon, Toby Walcott, and Steve Martin, spelling more of the hitting strength which characterized the final SEC season. John Dalton, Steve Costa, and promising sophomores Bill Fitzgerald and Johnny Arthurs buttress the defensive force. The pitching depart- ment is headed by veterans George Ditta, 1966 five-game winner, and Joe Born. Sophomore Donnie Simpson rounds out the mound staff. The new independent role for Tulane teams, which has taken effect this year, has placed the baseball squad in a position to challenge the dominant independent team in the region, Florida State, in hopes to receive a bid to the regional NCAA Tournament. Former Coach Ben Abadie, who was forced into retirement by a serious back ailment. S6 .a f si, . . . : KS )r!W ' " i 87 88 • « ' ' «»S?»«W1(«!®»»(H wisely scheduled Florida State and other outstanding teams such as Florida and Missouri, in order to qualify for this independent bid. Success or failure will depend primarily upon the outcome of these games. The attempt to direct a winning team now rests with the new Green Wave mentor, Milton Retiff, captain of the 1955 squad. Coach Retiff, despite a late start, remains delighted with the talent he has inherited. In all, eleven lettermen return, captained by second baseman Dalton. Loss of the services of pitchers John Olagues and Bob Darrah to the Cleveland Indians and New Yorks Yankees, respectively, has struck the hardest blow to the team ' s strength. Dave Flettrich, stand-out second sacker for the past three years, has also joined the professional ranks, having signed with the Atlanta Braves. Regardless of these losses, Tulane ' s baseball future remains exceedingly promis- ing. 89 track 90 In the 1966 track season eleven school records were broken. With the aid of last year ' s impressive freshman,, the varsity, captained by Jim McAleer and David Berg, is on its way to another very successful season. Already this year Gary Groff, a top sprinter and broad jumper, has placed fifth in the NCAA indoor meet with a jump of 24 ' 2 " . The two mile relay team, consistinq of Bob Brown, Mal- colm Meyer, Dicky Rogers, and Paul Arsuaga, has the po- tential of developing into one of the finest relay teams in the country. The sprint relay team, composed of Pete Johns, Groff, Rogers, and Arsuaga, placed fifth In the nation in the Freshman division and should add strength to the var- sity. Barry Wax, Pat Glynn, and hloward Moore are the weight men and should have another fine season. Bobby Maynard will be doing the pole vaulting for Tulane this year. Coach John Oelkers is looking forward to a very suc- cessful year and hopes that two Freshmen, Rob Kelly and Gene Tomlin, will develop and fit into his future plans. jbtj ' jSii -r golf The 1967 Tulane golf feam seems to be one of the strong- est groups to have toured the Audubon links In several years. The nucleus of the team is comprised of returning lettermen Jim Thiel, Frank Wells, Wally Blessey, and Dick Rudolph, with strong support from the fine play of sopho- mores Jim Markel, Mac Miller, and Chuck Schwartz. Under the able tutalage of Coach Ines Millar, the Green Wave linksmen promise to have an outstanding season. 94 Soccer is quickly entering into the limelight as one of Tulane ' s more popular sports, although the innovation is less than five years old on this campus. The team began playing soccer whenever it could find a willing opponent. Presently, the club plays at least one game per week, and participates in a league which includes Loyola, SLC, USM, LSU, LSUNO, and USL. The team has also played non-leaguers such as naval cadets from British, French, and Norwegian ships, Eglin Air Force Base, Delgado, Germania, hfonduras, and St. Teresa Seminary. To be recognized by the NCAA is the goal most sought after by the club and the team ' s consistently high per- formance makes its future promising. NCAA recognition, however, will threaten the composition of the team, as many are foreign students or graduates and will be unable to participate in league games. But as for the future of soccer at Tulane, it is a good beginning. s«lf e»«»«s- tennis Kneeling: Bill Dubin, Richard Peters, Lee Kantrow. Standing: Coach Emmett Pare, Turner Howard, Mike Anderson, Richard Carter, Pierce Kelley. The Tulane tennis team engages a select field of op- ponents in its 1967 season. Replacing the annual SEC Championships on this year ' s schedule is the Rice Invita- tional Tournament where the Wave netters open their season. The team has much experience and depth again this year despite the loss of Frank Lamothe, former SEC star. Re- turning are veterans Richard Carter, Richard Peters, and all-SEC Lee Kantrow. Carter and Peters are playing fine tennis, and Kantrow seems to have improved his potent forehand. Other team members include junior Mike Ander- son, sophomores Pierce Kelley and Turner Howard, and freshman Gordon Traylor. Anderson ' s backhand, Kelley ' s speed, and Traylor ' s powerful serve should assure the team of a successful season. Howard presently ranks 27th in the United States. Added strength is provided by the forceful game of Bill Dubin. 96 97 98 sailing ' j The Tulane Sailing Club is one of the largest and most active clubs on campus. The Club, a member of the Inter- Collegiate Yacht Racing Association of North America, provides thorough training for its novice members and many sailing opportunities for its qualified skippers. The Club has one of the top sailing teams in the South, and last year finished fourth in the Inter-Collegiate North American Championships on Long Island Sound. This year the Sailing Team has won the Southeastern Keelboat Championships and placed second in the Team Race Championships. With continued interest by its younger members, the team should again capture the SEISA Dinghy Championships this Spring and nail down a spot in the North American Championships in Long Beach, California, early in the summer. 99 swimming Under the able coaching of Robert Watts, the Tulane Swim Team churned its way to a 6-2 season and 5th-place ranking in the Southern Intercollegiates. This was the best season the mermen have had since the start of intercol- legiate swim at Tulane seven years ago. The squad made a fine showing, led by senior standouts Paul Hebert, whose eight school records is the finest show- ing of any swimmer since John Jackson, Jr.; Robert Jourdan, team captain: Larry Curran, 1966 All-American; and Gwinn Murray. The team will miss these swimmers, but will still be aided by two-year lettermen Don Kearns, Robert Jumon- ville, sprint aces, and distance free-styler Michael Gold- stein. Other aids will include sophomore stars John Rou- quette, Allen Offner, and Gus McLain. The freshmen will also boost next year ' s squad with Robert Barber, Robert Bresnahan, and Peter Levine. 101 102 103 EDITORS: Clem Goldberger, Arnold Shelby STAFF: Klo+h. Ellen Lewis, Suzi Omstein, Ted ' ■- Jim Laughlin, Vice-President for Finance; Mary Riser, Secretary; Steve Zimnner, Vice-President for Administration; Hank Harnage, President of University Center Board; Georqe Barlow, President. George Barlow and Hank Harnage student senate The reform constitution passed by the student body in the Spring of 1966 provided a shaky basis for the new Student Senate to try its wings. A mammoth body includ- ing representatives from housing units and colleges was elected in an unusually quiet election in the fall. Evidence of self-evolution within the governing document caused fhe first three-power conference ever to be known on this cam- pus to consider fhe constitution. The aspect of students, faculty, and administrators working together on a common problem was termed by one professor " novel. " Senators fumed for weeks on the student body ' s first policy statement on discrimination. Finally they arrived at what was considered a compromise, but a major step in the right direction. The student welfare committee was perpetually in recess. The committee on academic affairs made up for the other ' s inactivity by having coffee meet- ings every week, at which everything from the theatre department to teacher evaluation were considered. Spring legislation is expected to center around attendance regula- tion revision and pass-fail grading systems. The senate came up with a major revision of the Who ' s Who selection procedure which was long overdue. There seemed to be a perpetual feud with the Graduate Student Association, which was active in activism and retained its membership in USNSA after everyone else jumped out. Finance Board underwrote everything from rock and roll shows to campus musicals, and put out untold sums of money for everyone who seemed to need it. This was the year of the soft touch. Mr. Pederson, Mr. Morgan, Presley Jackson, Jetf Yudin, Sally Viner, Steve Zimnner, Jim Laughlin, Chairman; Alan V exler, Larry Rosenblum, Max van Gilder, Penny Hulse and htank Harnage at an unscheduled Finance Board meeting. The executive officers were not idle. They gave an impetus to the growth of Project Opportunity that is hoped will continue to function in its vital role of upgrading the educational prowess of the city. As members of the Senate Committee on Student Affairs, they initiated student repre- sentation on the Calendar Committee, which is expected to be followed in the Spring by a general reevaluation of all university decision-making bodies for the appropriate- ness of students reps. They also opened the way for hoped- for reform of the conduct system, centering on due process for the student. The SBP even got off his motorcycle long enough to sign a letter to LBJ. It was a ragged year, but a clean one. It was a sort of painful transition from the comfortable old shoes to the new arch-supports. It showed great promise, however. In the words of George Barlow, " In a few years we may not need a student government. That will be when the university ceases doing things to us, and for us, and starts doing things with us. " 110 Ill Sally Viner, president; Carol Welch, vice-presidenf ; Louise Goldman, corre- sponding secretary; Susan Heatherly, recording secretary. newcomb student government 112 tulane honor board Seated: Jack Dillenberq. Joe Allen. Jeff Yudin, Paul Lamb cfiairman: Jim Morrill, Sfeve Wainger. Second Row: Scott Sanger, Niels Johnson Henry Koch, Mike Roos, Roy Brady, Gray Dugas, Jack Alltmont Third Row Cfiarles Myers, Allen We«ler, Richard Carter, Steve M,ms, George Barlow, Rick Towie, Larry Perlstein, Richard Macaluso. Walters, Marge Schwartzbek, Sylvia Sta Seated: Nat Allison. Martha vvairers, ma, ye ....u, ,. -,„ -,■ - _- - , pies, chairman; Nancy Lewi., Michelle Boiseau, _Syly,a _ Drefus._ Second newcomb honor board Row: M Sarah Leno Not Pictured: Cathy Dyer, Nolan. Suzanne Dupuy, Susan Gold, Diane Andrews, itz, Louise Goldman. Mary Crilly. Sally V.ner, Nan Cohen. 113 Pictured in Der Ra+hskeNar are members of the University Center Board. Seated, from left: Mary Prosser, Suzanne Maqinnis, Jan Alexander, Meq Burns, Sharon Hull, Jeff Yudin, Hank Harnaqe, Janie Moser, Marywill Dent. Barbara Buraess. Jean Coooer. Jamie Covell. Barbara Edin. Standing: Mary Cay Harwell, Larry Wright, Mike Fllibon, Peter Aron, Sam Levy, A, J. Friendman, Lenn Knapp, and Mr. Pederson, Executive officers or the University Center Proqram are Hank Harnaqe, President: Sharon Hull, Secretary; Jeff Yudin, Vice-President for Adminis- tration; and Jenie Moser, Vice-President for Public Relations. university board 114 tulane inter-house council Seated: RandySpencer, Andy Schwartz. Jim La Bauve, president; Mark Ringel. Larry Sinclair, Ted Hoslcinson, Dave Blake, Bill Garrett, Gary Ring. Standing: Bruce Robblns, Bill Dawson. Rex Smith, Lee Robinson, Dan Cliffe, Rob Montague. Not Pictured: Jim Bookman. Front Row: Ann McMaclcin. . Ann Patterson, Sherry hielden. Nina Mur- ray, Ruthy Grossman, Marianne Weinhold. Second Row: Louise Rogers, Rickie Price, Ann Affolter, Mary Kay Hinchey. Ann Timberlake, Mary Crilly, president; Mrs. Ricciuti, Judy Jenkins, Sue Sterne, Clem Gold- berger. newcomb inner council 115 who ' s who Bob Hawley Duro Duplechfn Steve Zimmer 117 who ' s who Sylvia Staples Bill Harlan Lee Kan+row Larry Rosenblum Gene Wright Debby Shapiro 118 Andy Schwartz Mary Criily Dan Gribbin Jeff Yudin George Barlow 119 Lenn Knapp Michelle Boisseau Max van Gilder f ,y " ' ' ' ' - ' . ' . 120 who ' s who Mike Eaqan Susan Marland Alan Wexler 121 George Riser Mary Sumner Gordon Shavi 122 who ' s who Mike Meek Jack Alltmont Ja " ie Moser 123 who s who Joseph Cocchlara Toby Kolsfad Jeff Feingoid John Bergtund hJin:i Murray 125 HALL OF FAME MISS MILDRED MOUCH MR. JESSE B.MORGAN GEORGE BARLOW MARY CRILLY JACK DILLENBERG JIM LAUGHUN JANIE MOSER MARGIE NOLAN MARY RISER MIKE ROOS JIM SAALFIELD TOM SAWYER DEBBY SHAPIRO SALLY VINER ANDREA VOGEL CAROL WELCH ' STEVE ZIMMER 126 127 mortar board Michelle Boiseau Carol Buchalter Dorothy Cornell Ann McMackin Susan O ' Boyle Linda Prusoff Mary Riser Elaine Cuellar Robilio Lynndonna Rocker Sylvia Staples Ginger Villemez Debby Shapiro, president 128 Linda Bek Debbie Brown Ann Butterfield Penny Chittim Nan Cohen Marie Dufour Sherry Heiden Judy Jenkins Nancye Lewis Malin Davis, president 129 Mr. Franz Voyt, President Marvin Ernest Beasley Harold Hampton Boles Ernest Lanier Edwards Henry Howell Harnage Leonard Kennedy Knapp, Jr. Matthew Harmon Luca Malcolm Andrew Meyers Donald Richard Mintz James Robert Nieset Gothard Joseph Reck Jeffrey John Yudin Stephen Robert Zimmer Arthur Louis Jung, Jr. Sidney Leroy Marks Jack Alltmont Roger Avner Joseph Cocchiara johnny H. Dalton James Frank Glenn Garte Daniel Gribbin Toby Kolstad Larry Rosenblum HONORARY: Jesse B. Morgan ODK 130 Vrf " " bODOPies 131 DBK Professor Andrew Reck, presic ent Salpi Adrouny Louise Bordeau James Frederick Bowers, Jr. John C. Boyce Isaac William Browder Carol Sue Buchaiter Robert Stephen Burgess Sherman Louis Carroll John Philip Clark Dorothy Veronica Connell Stephen LeBeda Cooney, Jr. Martha Amanda Crenshaw Roger L. Davis Lloyd J. DeCuir, Jr. Donna Marjorie Doyle Elizabeth Rhodes Floyd Kenneth M. Golden Patricia Ann Greene Daniel Vernon Gribbin Philip Howard Gutin Lee Charles Kantrow Richard Del Kinman Peggy Ann Kottwitz Richard Alan Kulka Phyllis Doughty Liedeker Barbara Elyse Losse Rudolph James Marshall, III Joseph Barber Mays Virginia Wood MacManus Ann Elizabeth McMackin Marilyn Gail Moffitt Charles Raymond hv lyers Michael Christopher O ' Connor Jack Noel Peterson Linda Lee Prusoff Marshall S. Redman John C. Richowsky Alicia Moody Rogan Stephen J. Saltzman Deborah Shapiro Samuel Lynn Tabor Cecil Wilton Talley Sarabess Aronoft Topper Virginia Claire Villemez ' Mark Edward Waller Linda Sue Waltman Kayla Wissner Jeffrey Lionel Wright phi beta kappa gamma sigma UNDERGRADUATES: Professor Bernard J. Capella, president Leonard Joseph Blistein James William Frank Byron Mackay Brown Norris Smith Lupo Dale Ann Marlln Michaelyn Ann O ' Donnell GRADUATE STUDENTS: James William Boginis Lynn Irvin Caraway Roger Francois de la Mare John Mauree Davis, Jr. Peter Bailey Heister Hardee C. Kilgore, III Jack E. King Hunter Beall McFadden John Sharpe Powell Maurice Gene Ransdell Donald Earl Shaw Ronald Edward Shrieves Frank Andrew Tapparo Rix Nelson Yard, Jr. FACULTY: Alfred Rappaport HONORARY: Streuby L. Drumm Wylmer Pool, president Glen W. Arceneaux Craig F. Balenti Norman L, Bleier Walter E. Blessey, Jr. Donald G. Ellis Danny Enzone James G. Fiasconaro Donald D. Gray Toby M. Kolstad, Jr. Gerald I. Latter Matthew H. Luca Ralph H. McCormick Donald Simoneaux Louis O. Smith, Jr. Joseph J. Tardo tau beta pi alpha omega alpha Christopher Merritt. president George L. Adams James R. Allen Thomas M. Beck Louis M. Buja Charles A. Bush Thomas R. Calhoun Bruce S. Eich Charles R. Fernandez Lawrence B. Getz Jack R. Goodman Robert J. Hamburger Stephen I. Katz Anthony Lazarra Lewis K. Lloyd Daryl D. Newkirk Thomas J. Safflez Michael K. Stephens Phillip Sullivan Ronnie E. Swain Richard R. Texada Joseph S. Trapani Richard P. Wilson mi m 133 llO ' I feii Conrad Meyer, III, president Harold Hannpton Boles Robert Louis Cabes Warren Allan Goldstein Edward A. Hyndman, Jr. Robert C. Leininger, II Robert Leo Lobrano Edward Fontaine Martin James Robert Nieset Byron Marshall Unkauf James William Vaudry, Jr. Thomas James Wyatt FACULTY Benjamin W. Yancey J HONORARY Harry B. Kelleher order of the coif Sigma xi FULL MEMBERS Professor Arthur Irion, president Dr. Frank P. Avonda E. Robert Burns Michael Connella, III Jim L. Culberson Donald J. Donaldson Wavell W. Fogleman Lydia J. Fontenelle Walter S. Hamilton Janet V. Hamilton Paul M. Heidger, Jr. Keith C. Hansen Harold D. Howse John T. McHale David Albert Miller John Oberpriller Padmakar Pargaonkar Dr. Kalpathy Ramanathan Dr. Ranga K. Rao Richard Rink Michael S. Rohr Florence C. Rose Harry E. Settles Mickey W. Via ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Wilmer R. Bottoms Jean Colville Claudia A. Crow David DeSha David Guttman Karl M. Land James G. May John H. Myers, Jr. Randall K. Nichols Christopher Pennington Christopher Stackpole Benes L. Trus Mary S. White 134 Donald Desales Reefe, chapter master Howard Edward Callihan, Jr. Albert William Drake William Jerry Hudson Fleetwood Burdic Joiser, Jr. Martin Touart Lott David Michael Rittenberg Christopher Coston Theis John Carter Wyle tau Sigma delta phi eta sigma Jeffrey Yudln, president David Alfery Jean Allain James Bordyn Michael Brainard Samuel T. Burguieres, Jr. Charles Carleton Kenneth Cogen John M. Cotton Joseph R. Dalovisio Stevan Dinerstein Robert Flandry Christopher Frano Gene Gindi Jerome J. Guidry Harvey Lee Hall John Harlan Michael Higgins Clint L. Irwin Charles L. Johnson Daniel S. Karin Byron Langworthy Michael Mieike Gary Mills Gary Morse Daniel Mouney • John Mueller John Onofrio Charles Peissel Thomas Scanlo Larkin Scott Richard Scupham Bertram Smith Jason Smith Wilburn Smith William B. Smith Kenneth Stucke Laren M. Tolbert Gordon Traylor Robert Wiegand Dewey L. Whitmire HONORARY Professor Harvey Craft 135 Johnny H. Dalton, president Richard T. Anderson James Bookman Frank Buchanan Stanley Carson Harold Chapman Michael Cowley Alan Cougle John Delfs Jon Friedman Bertram Froehly Robert Grossman James P. Jackson Gary Janko James Knoepp Michael Lieppman David Lifshutz J. Allen Metr Mark Paris William Reed Howard Weiss alpha epsilon delta Sigma pi sigma MEMBERS Leslie E. Beavers, president St. Paul Bourgeois, IV Vibhakar R. Dave James G. Fiasconaro Arthur John Gavigan Judy Johnson Richard Kirchofer Eckhard Mandelkow Ralph H. McCormick Stephen E. Mullins Colvin C. Norwood Miles Riemer Robert E. Rogan Ashton Ryan, Jr. Michael P. Saizan Craig Valenti William M. Yeager ASSOCIATE MEMBERS William ' Boudreaux Larry Le Blanc 136 Douglas Birkhead, president William Abbott Sally Balch Steven Bechtel James Bennett Sheryl Bolton Hazel Bond John B. ' Brown Jean J. Cooper William B. Creel Martha Crenshaw Carl Degel Augustus Fargarson Stephen L. Fisher Kenneth Golden Alan H. Goodman Wayne Jackson Donn Kurtz James F. Lacy Jean A. Lee Sergio A. Leiseca Patrick J. Murphy Michael Y. Roos Rich Sherman Curtis Tatar Beatrix B. Weinberg Marianne Weinhold Jeffrey Yudin n A pi Sigma alpha Gayle Maxwell, president Salpi Adrouny Reevyn Aronson Jackie Blye Carolyn Bush Nancy Easton Marsha Edelman Ellen Ellis Linda Eustis Kay Garland Ann Geddes Betsy Grover Michele Levine Marie Monnot Susan O ' Boyle Mary Riser Christine Robinson Jane Rush Winnie Shreve Barbara Stuckey Sharon Turboff Devra Weinstein Tanya Williams B B B 137 Annette Johnson Michelle L. Junnonville Deborah Kensel Karen L. Klingman Paula Ladd Esther Levlne Ellen Lewis Evelyn F. Menge Caria Monroe Michaele Morgan Stephanie O ' Brien Pamela E. Palmer Mary Parker Elizabeth L. Pearson Kathleen Reardon Hazel R. RIcker Pauline A. Rognoni Connie L. Runberg Ariana M. Schwartz Susan Sherman Linda Slote Kathleen Taylor Ann L. Veta Odalee C. Vonk Adrienne J. Wessler Dorothy Wilke clii beta alpha Sigma lambda Nona Grabien, presidenl- Sonia Adrouny Leslie J. Ainsworth Dagmar C. Anderson Barbara A. Backus Melissa G. Bailey Janice R. Bienn Margaret S. Burns Harriet Carter Susan C. Clark Rebecca A. Coleman Emily DeMontluzin Dorothy Drabek Janina Galler Cyrelle K. Gerson Gail Sue Gerson Cathy F. Goldstein Nancy Greene Robin P. Graubarth Cheryl L. Gregoratti Mary K. Margrave Martha Harris Bonny S. Harwood Sherry M. Heiden Marilynn F. Heyda Jessie Hunter William Rivera, president Solomon Adier Mrs. Audrey Bruce Mrs. John M. Chancellor, Jr. Joseph Davenport Mrs. Beulah Deitch Mrs. Mariette Errington David K. Fry Fernando J. Estopinal Miss Genevieve M. Grundmeyer Mrs. Judi Guth Mrs. Deirdre J. Hardy Edmond F. Heyd, Jr. Miss Beverly Jacob! Everett Karl Johnson Mrs. Cleone Jordan Charles B. O ' Connell Mrs. Katherine Robertson Mrs. Barbara Saik Mrs. Arlene Streicher 138 Gary Plosser, president Joseph E. Allen Walter Hayes Push Lee Charles Kantrow Leonard K. Knapp, Jr. Matthew hi. Luca Claude A. Mason Edward Myrick Donald Mintz Jeffrey Yudln Stephen Zimmer Professor James Murphy kappa delta phi 139 tulane scholars and fellows program FRESHMEN College of Arts and Sciences An+in, Mark Leigh Atkinson, William Hudson Badat, Randall Myron Barber, Robert Baron Beckett, Charlie Mitchell, Jr. Bock, Peter Paul Briggs, William Henry, Ml Brooks, John Barry Brotman, Paul Edward Butler, Craig Lindley Colburn, Duane Leiqh De Forest, Donald George Dunn, David Worth Eisenberq, Alan Stuart Elkin, Roy Steven Ellison, Michael William Florey, James Bruce Frederick, Clay Bruce Gochman, Charles Samuel Gordon, Murray Jacob Greenberq, Stephen Grote, John Gordon Guilliams, Stephen Edward Higgins, Michael James Hopman, Mark Allen Hunt. John Walter Johnson, Charles Lawrence Johnson, James Daniel Jones, Jerry Wayne Karin, Daniel S. Katz, Eugene Michael Keyser, Warren Benjamin, Jr. Knee hi, Raymond Lawrence, Jr. Landry, Charles El wood, Jr. LeBlang, Oren Franklin Lee, Robert Emile, Jr. Lombard, Dale Acquinas Mata, Bacilio Mares Merlin, Harold Stephen Mills, Gary Eugene Morse, Gary Louis Mouney, Daniel Francis Murphree, Gary Lynn Patterson, Robert Charles Peery, Robert Hamer Pelssel, Charles Robert Pyle, Charles Yarnell, Jr. Reese, Howard Lanier, Jr. Ringel, Marc Allan Rubenstein, Daniel Lawrence Sahley, Avery Doug la ' : Scott, Larkin Ridgway Scupham, Richard Kent Sellers, Fred Harold, Jr. Sheets. David Alan Shuchart, Stephen Robert Smith, Bertram Leon, III Smith. Jason Van Alstine Smith, Wilburn Anthony Spltzer, Philip Robert Stansell, John Dee Stein, Arthur, III Thomas, Nauman Scott Thrun, Robert Harold Torkildsen, William Halvard Vollmer, David Robert Walsh, John Breslln Wlegand, Robert, II Williams, David Monroe Newcomb College Ackerman, Judy Lee Anderson, Shirley Marie Armbrust, Deborah Anne Armstrong, Janice Dale Armstrong, Sharon Kay Ballenqer, Rebecca Susan Bear, Catherine Rachel Bedman, Janice May Chambers, Donna Jean Cohn, Jo Frances Danna, Arlene Frances deJean, Joan Elizabeth deMontluzin, Emily Lorraine Dickenhorst, Sherry Jean Drabek, Dorothy Anne Druck, Barbara Jean Favrot, Michelle St. Clair Flavin, Courtney Frantz Fleischer, Eunice Miriam Galler, Janlna RegJna Gerson. Gail Sue Gwyn, Marilyn Harris, Martha Carver Holder, Marcia Gail Huff, Suzanna Grace Jew, Jean Yam Johnson, Annette Grace Johnson, Margaret Lamb Kaye, Carole Lynn Kensel, Deborah Lynn Key, Marilyn Hart Langland, Susan Kathleen Lea, Laurie Jane Levine, Esther Fay Lewis, Ellen Douglas McCoy, Linda Ruth O ' Bryant, Susan Jo Patrick, Linda Esther Payne, Cynthia Anne Picard, Nancy Pillsbury, Karen Elizabeth Prieto, Rosary Maria Reardon, Kathleen Marie Reid, Ethel Marian Ric ks, Diane Marie Rolf, Patricia Madeleine Rosten, Barbara Beth Runnestrand, Sarah Gove Smith, Linda Gaye Stone, Kristin Dean Taylor, Kathleen Joan Ule. Ulla Jo Unglaub, Saidee Montgomery Venturatos, Kathryn Georgia Weinberger, Eleanor Wlike, Dorothy Carleen SOPHOMORES College of Arts and Sciences Benson, Craig Thomas Bodenheimer, James Patrick Bogqs, Derrell H. Brashier, Louis Colbert Bruckner, Henry Paul Buchanan, Frank Randall Burton, James Augustus Butka, Norman William, Jr. Chapman, Harold Aloyslus, Jr. Clark, Charles Kenley Colby, Thomas Vail Collier, John Tom, Jr. Connolley, John Edward Couqle, Allan Garlgue Cowley, Michael Joseph Dawson, William Benton de La ureal, Stephen Philip Delfs, John Robert Dubuisson, Edward B. Epstein, Jerry Lee Everard, Wayne Michael Forrester, Joe Edward Friedman, Jan Marshall Froehly, Bertram Martin, Jr. Garrett, William Floyd, Jr. Gavigan, Arthur John Gifford, William Ernest, III Glass, Gary Granovetter, Bruce Alan Grlswold, Raymond Bruce Grizzard, Robert Harold, II Grossman, Robert Ivin Guthrie. Norman David Horowitz, Leonard Norman Janko. Gary Steven Knight, John Ross Lanqhoff. Charles Anderson Lee, Cayce Redding Lieppman, Michael Edmond Lifshutz, David Martin Lubin, David Jack Martin, Ralph Drury Massey, Jon Grant Moore, Robert Lloyd Mulllns, Stephen Elliot Myers, Alan Michael Noonan. Gregory Robert Norwood, Co Ivin Gamble, Jr. Ochs, Richard Hagedorn Rackow, David Lee Reddoch, Samuel Edward Rhodes. Patrick William Richardson, Lee David Robbins, Jay Arnold Roberts, James Patrick, Jr. Ryan, Ashton Joseph, Jr. Salter, Charles August Schulman, Paul Richard Schwartz, Harvey David Selby, James Winford, III Seltzer, Shalom Daniel Shouse, Marcus Dillard Slaughter, Howel William, Jr. Stahl, Glenn Michael Stephens. Mark Edwin Stewart, Charles Allen Strauss, Mark Alvin Sutton, Dennis Duane Thompson, Walter C, Jr. Vinlnq, Thomas Truelsen Wachtel, Andrew Stephen, Jr. Weiner, Paul Kenneth Whitlngton, Peter Frank Wilburn, James Garnett Newcomb College Adrouny, Sonia Avner, Claudia Gail Backus, Barbara Ann Bailey, Melissa Grace Barnes, Jo Beth Blenn, Janice Rebecca Burns, Margaret Stewart Cash, Susan Luanna Cham bless, Dlanne Lynn Christian. Karen Frances Clark, Susan Campbell Coleman, Rebecca Ann Cusick, Suzanne Gertrude Daspit, Caroline Dees, Susan Derrlg, Sandra Lee Dufour, Marie Jeanne Gerson, Cyrelle Kay Goldstein, Cathy Faye Grabien, Nona Parmelee Gregoratti, Cheryl Lee Gresham, Mary Gore Guderian, Priscllla Noel Hall, Anna Inez Harqrave, Mary Karen Harris, Sharyn Kay Harwood, Bonny Sheryl Helden, Sherry Marlon Heyda, Marllynn Frances James, Barbara Ruth Johnson, Isabel Glenn Jumonvlile, Michelle Louise Kerley, Pamela Sue Kllngman, Karen Lynne LIpman, Aleda Eve Lowlnqer, Margaret Louise McGlnnle, Eileen Brig htm ore Mcintosh, Lea Chapman Martin, Diane Mary Motes, Frances Anne Palmer, Pamela Ellen Passman, Ellen Sandler Pearson, Elizabeth Leone Pyle, Barbara Elizabeth RIclcer, Hazel Rosalie RoqnonI, Paulina Amelia Runberq, Connie Lou Sachen, Linda Mary Schlosser, Jayne Lindsay Schwartz, Ariana Monica Smithloff, Linda Kay Somberq, Debra Lynne Tomasek, Virqinia Frances Veta, Ann Lorraine Vonk, Idalee Claire Wessler, Adrienne Janet Wllhite, Rita Margaret Wright, Linda Frances JUNIORS College of Arts and Sciences Alltmont, Jack Marks Anthony, Aubra Hayes, Jr. Arehart, David Wilson 140 Baquley, Bruce Howard Binford, Charles Alfred Brenner. Sayers Robert Browder, Isaac William Brown, Ronald Jeffrey Carson, S+anley David Ciborowslti, Crayton Edwin Da I ton, John Howard Devlin, John Michael diLeo. Anthony Marcus Domninq, Dary! Paul Ezell. Cloyd Lee, Jr. Fiechtl, Steven Francis Fitch, John Michael Friedman, Reuben Isidore Fuerst, Jan Fredric Ge lbs pan, Richard Barry Goldstein, Michael Carl Gow, Charles Edward Harnaqe, Henry Howell Kumin, Ivri Matthew Levin, Jonathan Evan Lilly, Charles John, Jr. Lipson, Robert Alan Meyer, Malcolm Andrew Miller. R andolph Kent Murphy, David Alexander Nadas, John Louis Newsom, Philip Penney, Richard Cole Schneider, Bruce Stanley Sellqman, Moise B., Jr. Shaw, Robert Harris Sinclair, Lawrence Michael Wilson, Larry Gordon Wlfmeyer, John Jacob. Ill Yeaqer, William Martin, Jr. Yudin, Jeffrey John Newcomb College Abercrombie, Elizabeth Jane Bond, Hazel, Inez Burqess, Barbara Churney, Sarah Sophie Cooper, Jean Sara lee Davis. Kathleen Ann Derbes, Elizabeth Marie DIehl, Katherlne Ireys Fiff, Judith Ann Fishman, Walda Katz ( Mrs.) Fried lander, Nancy Louise Goheen, Nancy J. Goldberqer, Clem Greene, Patricia Ann Grossman, Ruth Miriam Heaton, Dawn Joyce Hermann, Carol Jean Hlckok, Kathleen Klaire Kaplan, Franclne Lemley. Mary Ann McMahan. Sandra Ann Mullens. Jo Ann Parker, Janice Noble Price. Ricki Sue Ravinett. Andrea Lynn Riccluti, Nicola Edna Robinson, Christine Ann Rooers, Reqina Josepa " Rosen, Louise Shiff, Anne Louise Sorrels, Martha Evell South, Frances Dean TImberlake. Ann 5her cod JUNIORS (JYA) Colleg e of Arts and Sciences Brown, Georqe Bar re mo re Technlsche Hochschule Deminq, John WInton, Jr. University Colleqe of Swansea Herz, Thomas Mark University of Sussex Jarrott. David Michael Kinq ' s Colleqe University of London Kahn, Douqias Gerard University of South Wales, Cardiff Kravltz, Jay David London School of Economics and Political Science Jacobs, Richard Douqias King ' s Colleqe University of London Kuehne, Georqe Bruce University of Manchester Loeffler, David Harold, Jr. University of Leeds McCahill, Thomas WInfield University of Edinburgh Plotkin, Michael David University Colleqe London Ranier, Drew Averill University of Readinq Sanders, Jerry Scott University College London Smith, Bruce Ray University of Birminqham Swann, Alan Craiq University of Manchester Thellinq, Richard Carl University of Liverpool Trus, Benes Louis University Colleqe of Wales, Aberystwyth Turner, Ralph Tracy University of Bristol Wertkin, Martin Gary University of Hull Newcomb College Aronson, Reevyn leta Queen Cary Colleqe University of London Bivens, Mary Ann University Colleqe of Wales, Aberystwyth Blye, Jacalyn Irene University of Paris Brody, Frances Reqina University of Nottlnqham Cantella. Barbara Dianne University of Madrid Champeau, Cheryl Lynn University of Madrid Clark. Elizabeth Diane University of Edinburqh Cooke, Nora Campbell University of Leeds Crews, Catherine Yancey University College of North Wales, Banqor Davis, Anna Christine University of Hull Dunn, Susan Ward University of Madrid Freed man, Bemadette Westfleld Colleqe University of London Garrison, Linda Nell University of Paris Geddes, Ann Dunbar University Colleqe of North Wales, Banqor GuHer, Lois Mllqram University of St. Andrews Hauber, Eugenia Queen Mary College University of London Hoch, Judith Rose University of Manchester Hockert, Janet Louise University of Paris Johnsen, Tellse E. M. University of Southampton Kazer, Allvia Joan University of Readinq Levlne, Bonny Gale University Colleqe London Molloy, Kimberly University of Paris Morris, Susan WInslow Bedford Colleqe University of London Patrick, Susan Bess University of Paris Perwin, Cynthia Leslie University of Paris Reif. Sharon Dale University of Rome Smith, Phyllis Gall University of Paris Sowell. Carol Ann University of South Wales, Cardiff Stuckey, Barbara Gail University of Aberdeen Thompson, Nancy Jeanne University of Madrid Todd, Sue Marvin University of Liverpool Torrence, Linda Rochello Kinq ' s Colleqe London Whitfield, Mary Auqusta University of Paris Womack, Deona June University of Birminqham Yellen, Gay Claire University of Paris SENIORS College of Arts and Sciences Avner, Roqer Painter Boqdanow, William James Bowers, James Fredrick, Jr. Brown, Gordon Burqess, Robert Stephen Carroll. Sherman Louis Clark, John Phillip Cllne, Jennlnqs Evans Cooney, Stephen Lebeda, J- " . Cox, Joseph Louis, Jr. Davis, Roqer Lewis DeCuir, Lloyd Joseph, Jr. Dunkelberqer, Peter Kent Evanqelauf. Georqe, Jr. Golden, Kenn eth Miles Gribbin, Daniel Vernon Kinman, Richard Del Kulka, Richard Allen Lauland. El wood Lloyd McFarlinq, David Allan Marshall, Rudolph James, HI Mays, Joseph Barber, Jr. Myers, Charles Raymond Neely, Ronald Cline O ' Connor, Michael Christopher Oestreicher. David W., Ill Portnoy, Kenneth Steven Redman, Marshall Sidney RIchowsky, John Christopher Roybal, Robert Edward Schaffer, Charles Benjamin Smith, Greenleaf Hauqaard Stapp, William Francis Tabor, Samuel Lynn Talley, Cecil Wilton Waller, Mark E. Whitfield, Ronald Morris Yoshioka, Paul Masa Newcomb College Adrouny, SalpI Barclay, Anne Raymi Beaulieu, Anne Bordeau, Louise Buchalter, Carol Sue Connell, Dorothy Veronica Crenshaw, Martha Amanda Doyle, Donna Marjorie Edelman, Marshal Kaye Eustis, Linda Nell FInsten, Nancy Deborah Furey, Madeleine Hartley, Marllee Losse, Barbara Elyse McMaclcIn, Ann Elizabeth Macmanus, Virginia Wood Manley, Sharon Louise Melson, Diana Lynn Moffitt, Marilyn Gail O ' Boyle, Susan Elizabeth Prusoff, Linda Lee Rocker. Lynne- Donna Rogan, Alicia Moody Shapiro, Deborah Topper, Sarabess Arnoff (Mrs.) Waltman, Linda Sue Welnberq, Beatrix Beryl Williams, Tatyana Eustis (Mrs.) GRADUATE STUDENTS Birkhead. Herbert Douglas Brown, Joan Bass Brown, Suzanne Churchill, Ethelyn R. (Mrs.) Equdin, David Fisher, Stephen Lynn Frishe. Margaret Louise Hartel, Rosary Vera Herman, Helen Yomtov (Mrs.) O ' Donnell, Sheila Rose Richardson, Sheila Ann Speed, Linda Jan Wells, Dorothy Berqqulst (Mrs.) Woodford. Sylvia Lee SENIORS AT REGIONAL INSTITUTIONS Bryant, Mary Anne Furman University Dean. Barbara Rae Furman University Fi+e, James Ward Mlllsaps College Harrison, Catherine H. (Mrs.) Arlington State Colleqe Jones, James W. Trinity University McCormick, Charles L. Mlllsaps Colleqe Mercer, Frank T., II Louisiana Polytechnic Institute Mix, Louis Paul, Jr. Arlington State Colleqe Nicholson, James E. Louisiana Polytechnic Institute Sandlfer, James R. Mississippi College Slsemore, Lester K. Louisiana Polytechnic Institute 141 communicatSons To communicate is an art . . . Through these pages we communicate with those who continually communicate at Tulane . . . The Publications 142 To communicate readers become necessity reader to criticize, to acknowledge, to enfoy, to comment The communicative man is a rather stagnant soul. At Tulane he hides in the basement of the DC, unless he specializes in Law or Drama or students ' telephone numbers. There in the sanctuary of typewriters and tape recorders and badly unsharpened pencils and " On the Air " signs, the communication man has only one ambition: to create — to produce the printed or spoken word. To communicate the writer ' s mind and -fingers combine to create, to analyze, to produce . . . the writer 143 PresentinQ fo the public a happeninq: The Jamb S+aff. 1967. Ode to the Jamb Staff: Someone up there likes us — what with strained deadlines and strained nerves, but more so, strained (so, so strained) ulcers. 144 JAM BALA Y A The trick to yearbook success is to live the year back- wards. You know all the kids rushing to get the book so that they can see their picture under a club they went to once . . . for the picture. So they can have a picture of their favorite teachers . . . for voo-doo. So they can check out who is handsome and who is really as bad as everyone said. The only trouble, however, with a yearbook is that all Is lived backwards. So that when you see your picture the summer has come and only you can compliment yourself. But maybe that ' s the success of the Jamb — it ' s being such a personal thing. Sylvia Dreyfus, editor. mimEinm % • » Woodv Norwood, Classes Editor. Editor and able-bodied assistant. 145 Clem GoIdber:iLT, Head Jamb Caddy and Leader- ship Editor, smiles at Sports Editor John Freund ' s ball which hit rock bottom on the sixth tee. Somewhat lost are Dcuq Myers, Editor in Charqe of Everything, and A! Childs, Feature Editor. Leading the pack. Jeff Laden, Military Editor, and Suzanne Maginnis, Editor of Organizations. Diane Dallas, Administration Editor, and friend. A. J. Friedman, Index Editor, shows his organiza- tional balance at one of his busy staff meetings. Jim DeWoody, Desiqn Editor m charge of creative covers, holds up the world creatively. Handlinq the demonic ways of the sorority system are Babs Pollard, Editor, and Rachelle Galanti. Roommates of sorts view the fraternities of Broadway from a distance- Walt Griffin and Bob Silverberq, frat editors. The court jesters: Arnold Shelby, Communications Editor, and Meq Burns, Beauty Editor. 147 hullabaloo Mild would be the Hulla in 1966-67 thought many with a fennale editor at the helm. Mild in editorial comment, mild in stands, mild through and through. But surprise said Vogel and promptly batted out a constructive, however critical editorial. She said to the golfing partners of Schulman, Shelby and Porter to hit the key-board with excellence. And added Howie ' s experience to boot. She sent for Melson from Europe and Eggler from somewhere and they added the complementary touch necessary. So Surprise World: Vogel did it in 1967. Now you qo tell him that If he wants his picture back, he should corr get it himself. Diana Melson, Manaqinq Editor, manaqes a smile. Andrea Voael, Editor . . . Creative Journallsn- 148 Paul Schulman, Feafure Editor, goes over his weekly " Faculty Focus. " Making up a few quotes of his own Is Jim Porter, News Editor. Grand Imperial Movie Critic Jeff Howie led the staff editors this year with " Letters to the Editor " comments against him. Arnold Shelby looks as bleary-eyed as ever as he grins and bears his way through his Sports Editor- ship. The bulk of fhe paper every year Is ' made up of news, features, sports and entertainment. And thus the bulk of this year ' s work came from Jim Porter, Paul Schulman, Arnold Shelby and Jeff hlowie. 149 Bruce Eqqier, assistant managing editor and head telephone answerer, Suzanne Stamps, one year letterman. The secret to the byline Is the assignment. On the Hulla. Bruce Eggler, assistant managing editor, was the man to see for story assignments. A few of his staff writers are shown here. Barbara Edin, three year letterman. John Fitch, two year letterman. hullabaloo Bill Rushton, controversial columnist, In a pensive mood whips out another statement of value judgments. Rodolfo Pastor, h., columnist, debates a column on the use of an arty suffix in one ' s name. Joe Mays, second from left, questions George Barlow on his opinion regarding Intoxicating beverages during school hours at HUL- LABALOO ' S weekly voyage to oblivion. 151 photographers And I920 ' s revisited as J. B. walks on white hoofs. John Brown, head photographer, focuses on a charging rhino in quadrangle action. If someone is reeded in communicafion It is the visual communicator . . . the man who makes events or actions or happenings live forever by the press of a finger. 152 Pat Riley, nature photographer, tunes in on photosynthesis. Larry Rosenbium, Business Manager for Publlcaffons, presents a Hullabaloo adverflsing suggestion. Larry returns to his office only to find his phone ringing, his complaint department missing, his staple gun empty and his typewriter over-run. As Business Manager of Publi- cations, Larry Rosenbium Is re- sponsible -for the money-matters of all Tulane publications. This involves dealing with hard-nosed retailers, over-worked printers, and Irate Hullabaloo staff people who demand their pay-checks on time. Staff 153 business staff circulation Manaqer Pete Aron unloads his car with the weekly Hullabaloos. Drew Robins. Assistant ClrcLilatlon Manaqer, keeps the files up to date and the subscriptions rolling out. Assistant Business Manaqer Kal Shwarfs sets up the ads for ihe Hullabaloo before layout. WTUL This tolly bunch of fellows is TULs executive staff. Top fo bottom: Ron Scott, station manager: Jimmy Popham, program director; Brian Bruce, chief announcer: Dennis Kahane, continuity director; Roy Flukinger, production manager; Nelson Brown, public relations director; and. Bill Klinkenstein, advertising manager. The WTUL News Staff. WTUL since September has expanded, enlarged, and increased to become the third leading radio station for Tulane students. The programming this year has been sparked with regular newscasts, day-long broadcasting, a new morning show and various other novel and new shows. The publication has stepped into its own this year as a well-recognized radio station. 155 WTUL Self-proclaimed omnipotent-one Ron Scotf looks over his glasses In the patented pose. Although not elected formally by the Publications Board, Ron Scott stepped in early in the school year and proceeded to install pride in the staff members and new programming to the listening audience. Scott has rounded WTUL ' s pro- gramming to almost a 24-hour schedule. The key to any radio station the record file, its hand. 156 Robin Lindsey, chief copywriter, reads through a nightly news broadcast. Jim Friedman, Buddy Caldwell, and Bob Dawson entertain at a TUL folic fest. Laughing Boy rounds out the picture. Ian Fletcher, a beginning broadcaster, is an example of the development progran of the station. 157 Today on " Person 1o Person " we enter the office of the noted editor of the Tulane Drama Review, Richard Schechner. drama review The Tulane Drama Review is the largest and most re- spected theatre magazine in the English language. It has subscribers in fifty states and forty-two foreign countries. Last year TDR received a three-year grant of fifty-seven thousand dollars from the Rockefeller Foundation, to enable the Review to encourage research in every aspect of the theatre. Mr, Schechner is editor of the world ' s most recog- nized drama review. Pictured are three of the Review ' s regulars, Judith Reed, Chris Alderman and Donna Surla. Important people not pictured are Erilca Munk, managing editor, and Gordon Rogoff and Charles Mee, associate editors. The staff also Includes Donald Kaplan, Robert Corrlgan, Paul Gray and Alan Schneider, all of whom are graduating this year. tulane law review The Tulane Law Review, a professional legal journal, is published quarterly by students and faculty members of the School of Law. The Review is the oldest of its kind in Louisiana and boasts an inter- national circulation. It is devoted to the study of comparative law and civil law. The review publishes articles submitted by prominent members of the legal profes- sion. The student section, written by mem- bers of the Student Board of Editors, deals with current legal problems. Honor stu- dents in the School of Law comprise the Student Board of Editors. Student Editors: Front Row — Maqnuson, Note Editor; Wya+t, Editor-in-Chief: Leininger, Managing Editor. Back Row — Unkauf, Petersen. Boles, Goldstein. The Staff: Front Row — Mendler, Wyatt, Reck, Cellini. Second Row — Forrester, Nelson, Leininger, Vaudry, Boswell. Third Row — Davidson, Maqnuson, Petersen, Wertz, Boles, Goldstein, Unkauf. Top Row — Nieset, Wagar, Little, Chase. student directory The Student Directory recov- ered from a printing problem with a revolutionary Idea: the Quick Reference Campus Guide. This new concept aided the dorm students with speedy date-get- ting, note-getting, or everything else conceivable. The Directory as well retained such creditors of past year ' s as computorized print- ing, the Green Section, and or- ganized advertisements. Dick Alderman, Editor, dis- covers that the best place to hide is on the 50-yard line. Curtis Tatar, Business Man- ager, was hiding too, but the book finally came out. Staff members are, left to right: Arnold Shelby and David Lubin, Editorial Staff; Henry Kllen and Marc RInqel, Assistant staff mem- bers; Tatar. Comptroller; Alderman, Mentor: Jim Friedman, Mark Paris, Steve Festlnqer, and Scott Sanger, General staff assistants. Last year there were two maqazines — The Tireslan and Logos. In one gigantic decision, the two combined. isophia! And formed a staff: Judy Meyer, Art Editor: L. J. De Cuir, Political Editor: Bill Rushton, Format Editor: and Doug Birl;- head, Associate Political Editor. And selected an editor: Rudolfo Pastor, h. On then as an entity Sophia became the one literary maga- zine of the school. 161 EDITORS: Babs Pollard, Bob Silverberg STAFF: Rachelle Galan+i, Walter Griffin. rA i fV- i - . [M Members of the Newcomb Panhellenic Council are, front row, left to right: Judy Gusltind. Angela Altman, Carol Hermann, Caroline Dickey, Nina Mur- ray, Sue Bishop, Anna Baugh, Ri+a Herald, Twinkie Floyd, Cherry Harris Back Row: Cathy Maunsell Erica Me+z, Nancy Ham. Susan Wadick, Treecie Harrison, 166 newcomb panhellenic As a member of the Nafional Panhellenic Conference, Newcomb Panhellenic co-ordinates the activities of the nine national sororities on campus. The Council which is com- posed of three officers and two representatives from each sorority decides the regulations concerning rushing, p ' edg- ing, and initiation. To encourage school spirit and scholar- ship Newcomb Panhellenic awards a trophy each year to the sorority which has accumulated the most number of points for participation in campus activities and scholastic endea- vor. Along with this the New Orleans City Panhellenic awards a scholarship trophy to the sorority which has the highest scholastic rating. Besides various campus activities Panhellenic has partici- pated in charitable activities such as the March of Dimes. As a Christmas treat for underprivileged children, Panhel- lenic donated a block of seats for the presentation of a Christmas play. Throughout the year the Council strives to encourage a better relationship between member groups and the sorori- ties and the university. One of the activities that Panhellenic sponsors Is Rush. In this picture girls are waiting Impatiently to receive their bids. Panhellenic officers are Pat Giglio, Secretary; Ann Armltage. President: and Nancy Easton, Treasurer. 167 r?. pi beta phi The Zimple Street gang . . . Sugar for the Green Wave (dessert party for the foot- ball players) ... Pi Phi house for lunch bunch . . . Nina Shaw for governor . . . Wish I had a swing like that on my front porch ... Pi Phi en ' arges their trophy case (Pan Hell trophy) ... Pi Phi volleyball jocks . . . Greener Perm — for that Tiger in your life (Pi Phi bonfire sacrifice) . . . Happy sailing for Pi Phi . . . The ' land of Oz (Rush) . . . The arrows gleam . . . The sorority that meets together, eats together . . . Houseparties or How I learned to rush . . . This is the year of the arrow . . . The wonderful world of wine and blue . . . Founded at Monmouth College in 1867. Established at Newcomb in 1891. i On steps, left to right, Cathy Maunsell. Assistant Rush Chairman; Nina Shaw. President; Ann Timberlake. Rush Chairnnan; Vicky Hammond, First Vice-President; on porch, Dale Marlin, Recording Secretary; Ginger Villemez, Corresponding Secretary; Sissy Sharpe, Pledge Trainer; Callle Rees, Treasurer; Susan Marland, Second Vice-President. First Row: Diane Andrews, Gabriella Armstrong, Merle Ashley, Barbara Backus, Jerrye Baehr, Marilyn Bell, Lynn Berry, Evelyn Bordelon, Bunny Bourgeois, Francis Brewer, Pam Buchanan, Cecl Bush, Marilyn Coplln, Debbie Cromwell, LIsette Derbes, Sherry Dickenhorst. Second Row: Christy Donohue, Sylvia Dreyfus. Judy Drum, Sally Dupuy, Cathy Dyer, Duane Eagan, Marion Ferguson, Judy Fife. Cathy Fletcher, Ann FJoweree, Janet Garvey. Kris 168 Pledges find out that it is not so hard to play the piano. Pi Phi ' s and SAE ' s entertain children while waiting for Santa Claus to come. Gehrkin, Nan Goheen, Brenda Gooch, Ann Hall, Victoria Ham- mond. Third Row: Claudia Harold, Mary Harrington, Martha Harris, Susan Heatherly, Ann Hinkle, Jessie Hunter, Laurie Ives, Karen Killick, Suzanne Kuhn. Sally Lawrence, Jeanne Long, Ann Mackie, Lynn Mackie, Suzanne Maginnis, Jamie Mallory, Susan Marland. Fourth Row: Dale Marlin, Cathy Maunsell, Judy Meyer, Kathy Miller, Fran Moore, Margie Nolan, Pat Perkins, Barbara Pyle, Nancy Railing, Ann Riley, Jeanne Sarpy, Sissy Sharpe, Nina Shaw, Patsy Smith, Sue Sterne, Claudette Stewart. Fifth Row: Su- san Summers, Ann Timberlake. Ginger Villemez, Martha Walters, Carol Welch, Peggy Whitten, Gail Wilson, Jackye Wolfe, Paula Wood. 169 Officers of AOPI are, from left, Dollianne Hurtig, Vice President; Martha Trlckey, President; Jeannlne Mollere, Recording Secretary; Marie Mo n not. Rush Chairman; Betsy Monroe, Corresponding Secretary; Jane Hardy, Treasurer. ' OCWH HfCAU AiU ; . -.- A an AG Pi ' s throw their prize- winning sacrifice into the fire. " r First Row: Mary Margaret Abbott, Suzanne Aldige, Dale Allee. Qualey Antin, Lucy Arrington, Hutch Bader, Sally Balch, Darlene Bedle. Marcia Callery, Dede Desmond. Caroline Diclcey. Second Row: Nancy Easton. Barbara Edin, Mary Chip Enzor, Linda Eustls. Laurie Fuge, Pat Greene, Jane Hardy, Judy Hardy, Marily Hum- phries, Dolly Hurtlq, Connie Keeling. Third Row: Maryclare Mc- Enerny, Jeannlne Mollere, Marie Monnot, Betsy Monroe, Chrls+I Mortensen, Karen Oser, Judy Pea body. Susan Prager; Pat Rolf, 170 alpha omicron pi Did someone really pass the candle five times? . . . The roaches are our friends . . . Why doesn ' t Caroline ever move from that one spot by the green chair during the rush parties? . . . there ' s a longing in the heart of each AOPi . . . Jewel was elected Sergeant-at-arms . . . break time: Dolly has to ao to C.R. . . . hHey, Sally, the chandelier needs cleaning . . . why can ' t we move the couch? . . . innocent pledges: the seal in the bathtub-. . . no, Dolly, we can ' t serve Bud at the Founder ' s Day lunch . . . semester break: Mrs. Gilmer ' s visit! . . . what do you mean we don ' t have a treasurer? . . . Founder ' s Day: I think all the founders are here in person . . . kid- nap breakfast: Pat, why don ' t you look again, your name must be in the flour some- where . . . barbeque: Budweiser to the rescue! Founded at Barnard College in 1897. Established at Newcomb in 1898. ;. , i .» Andrea Rudlck. Helen Schneidau. Fourth Row: Kasey Sho+meyer, Deanie South, Martha Trickey. Ka+hy Venturatos, Donn a Wilcox, Kathy Winsberq. Barbara West. Kaye Westerfieid, Jessy Wolfe, Linda Yucis, Cathy Zehner. Here ' s mud In your eye! 171 Chi omega Matter of fact superiority — Strut it . . . But she ' s just Mississippi . . . Smile — Your fine is only $25 . . . But I think she ' s cool!!! — DING ... If anybody touches this rug ... I don ' t care how pretty pink and blue are together, Amelia says NO ... A one man zoo in OUR chapter? . . . Put the grease in these paper sacks . . . Would you believe TWO pledges from Tripoli? . . .And we are thankful for . . . the Bod . . . Just put it in the back room . . . How does she smoke three cigarettes at once? . . . You got money or good news? . . . Now where COULD I have put those pledge ribbons . . . COOL IT! . . . WHO passed the candle five times? . . . Mumble Buzz, Mumble Buzz-ROTATE!! ... Chi O, Chi O, Go Chi O, Chi O, Chi O, Go Chi O, There ' s harmony in weather fair or foul. So heed the word of the Owl. Chi O, Chi O, Go Chi O, Chi O, Chi O, Go Chi O— Founded at University of Arkansas in 1895. Established at Newcomb in 1900. .1 Whoooo is this? First Row: Betty Abercrombie, Anne Affolier, Debbie Armbrust, Anna Baugh, Linda Bek, Dede Beth el I, Minia BrennenstuI, Carol Brown, Kathy BurdJn. Martha Burck, Meg Burns, Nan Byorum, Kathy Calix. Betty Jean Campbell, Nell Campbell, Alice ' Carroll. Second Row: Cynthia Cartall, Candy Coltrane. Sandy Cook, Beth Day, Joan Dejean, Marietta Del Favero. Second Row: Angelo Delony, Mary Beth Depue, Kathryn Diehl, Carter Dudley, Debby 172 ChiO officers are: Anna Baugh, President; Anne Morris, Treasurer; Angelo Delony. Rush Chairman: Betty Jean Campbell, Secretary; Mary Riser, Vice President; Sylvia Staples, Pledge Mother. Edwards, Twinkie Floyd, Barbara Frischhertz. Sheila Fulmer, Eliza- beth Hanckes, Piquet Hanna. Third Row: Gretchen Hansen, Becky hiendrick, Mary Kay Hinchey, Judy Jenkins, Candy Johnson, Kate Keating, Ragan Kimbrell, Melinda McKinnon, Midge McLeod, Neel McNeel. Taylor Manson, Linda Martin, Mitzi Matthews, Marie Miller, Anne Morris, Paula Neal. Fourth Row: Kay Pace, Pixie Pattison, Penny Pugh, Brook Ray, Mary Riser, Bev Robert, Phyllis Robertson, Kelly Ross, Bev Spears, Alice Stalworth, Sylvia Staples, Anne Stephens, Mary Sumner, Carmen TreJgle, Candi Ulmer, Lynn Verlander. Fifth Row: Ann Wakefield, Jane Wallace, Suzanne Walter, Suzie Weber, Marianne Weinhold, Patsy Wilkin- son, Connie Yard, Beth Hood, Jane Beener. 173 Kappa House open fo JYA-Foreign Students ' party. Suzanne, what do you mean there ' s no Santa Claus? i . V- . Mifi ' .J : I t 3 T ' w First Row: Charlotte Andry. Susan Andry, Reid Barkerdmg, Laura Bayon, Sandra Boonstra, Beth Branch, Linda Braley, Mary Brown- field. Ann Butterfield, Lorraine Caffery, Kitty Claiborne, Emily Clark, Bronson Clayton. Mina Coleman. Alice Conroy, Lee Co- vert. Second Row: Martha Currie. Carolyn Davis, Malin Davis. Susan Dees, Antlonette Duchein, Suzanne Dupuy. Eugenie Ever- ett, MIchele Favrot. Elizabeth Fowler. Brian Gamble, Nicette Gensler, Mary Gresham, Elizabeth Halsey, Beverly Hammond. Patrice Harrison, Sandy Heaberlin. Third Row: Annabelle Hebert, De Ann Hines, Judy Hull, Elizabeth Jacquet, Glenn Johnson. Christy King, Louise Kyle, Ellen Lewis. Aimee Locke, Ann Luclcett, Karen MIdklff, Charlotte Montague, Maggie Moore. Janle Moser, Ann Mcllhenny, Mary Lyn Peterson. Fourth Row: Charlene Prosser, Mary Prosser, Winston Purvis. Marlon Rauers, Carolyn Read, 174 kappa kappa gamma Tiptoe through the fleur-de-lis . . . Strangled by a wayward gris-gris . . . Vote cere- brally . . . The Able Green Wave choked the Cain, anyway . . . The master switch was pulled again; hence, KAndlelight . . . Good morning, our happy hHilton time at the sound of the scream is 5:00 a.m. . . . Our group had 2 I y,, fewer what? . . . Heads we go to Amy ' s; tails we go to Bruno ' s . . . No assessments, but the contribu- tions are mandatory . . . For the twelph year in a row, our goal is skolarship ... I don ' t care how crowded the boat is, you can ' t swim in the Mississippi ... I am wait- ing, still waiting for Tuesday lunch after noon . . . WHICH pledges would you like to exchange? . . . Whee, champagne — FINALLY! . . . Stars and stripes forever . . . Where ya at, ya mother goose? Clever devil, maybe? , . . Take your choice ' — the Royal Orleans or a band, but not both! . . . Now let ' s have an alternative sugges- tion, in case of rain ... If we have creamed spinach one more time ... I don ' t care if you are Jean Lafitte, keep your hands off my Key! Founded at Monmouth College in 1870. Established at Newcomb in 1904. Marlty Read, Susan Read, Candy Robinson, Etheldra Scoqgin, Jo Gwin Shepley, Jane Shelton, Susan Shelfon, Suzanne Sheperd Susan Shipman. Alice Simpkins. Leslie Smith. Fifth Row: Linda Smith, Missy Smith, Sandy Smither, Nancy Gay Stewart. Ellen Stone, Debbie Viebig, Susan Wadick. Janet Wessler, Delia Wim- berly, Ameiie Wogan, Julia Yuill. Kappa Officers: Liz Jacquet, Pledge Trainer; Nancy Say Stewart, Recording Secretary; Judy Hull, Corresponding Secretary; Bev Hammond, First Vice-President; Susan Wadicic, President; Treecie Harrison, and Suzanne Dupuy, Rush Chairmen; Susan Andry, Sec- ond Vice-President; Janie Moser, Treasurer. 175 alpha delta pi Founded at Wesleyan College in 1851. Established at Newcomb in 1906. Rumor has it there ' s a Lavendar Lion (sort of a sorority Pink Panther) 5tall ing Broadway . . . ever seen an angel batting six-inch eyelashes? . . . and remember the greatest Peanuts event since Charlie Brown ... is there such a thing as having champagne in the veins if you drink enough bubbly? . . . ever wonder what happens to the one or two ADPi ' s who hasn ' t snagged a ring by graduation? . . . with all the student teachers, isn ' t it about time we hung out a Ding Dong School sign and (are you ready?) initiated Miss Frances? . . . Don ' t tell anyone you have Barracudas for sorority sisters without a suitable explanation ... or that we take in boarders (rest in peace, O Ham- ster!) . . . 66-67, the Year of the Fall . . . trusty crystal ball recalls to mind cake decorated like football field (not quite same scale), memorable facelift given 900 Broadway, otherwise known as Headquarters, and the warm candlelit magic of rush that each year gives the Panhellenic scramble its meaning . . . this telegram near completion, noting finally the humor of the Official Chapter Pun Person, who surveyed the eternity of peanut shells that blanketed the floor after second series parties, and was moved to remark, " This is a shell of a mess! " li ii Officers of ADPi are, from left: Joanne Sellkoff. Recording Sec- retary; Judy Racivitch, President-. Standing, from left: Angela Basiie, Corresponding Secretary; Pat Giglio, Efficiency Chairman; Suzanne Vollertsen, Vice-President; Judy Markarian, House Chair- man; Nancy Ham, Pledge Trainer; Diann Cox, Treasurer. First Row: Susan Anderson. Angel Basiie, Ann Bucaro, Alma Cha- sez, Susan Coleman, Ellen Ellis, Pat Giglio, Mary Ann Green, Cheryl Gregoratti, Gayle Grinsted, Frances Hays. Second Row: 176 Wa+ch your paws, Leo! Granny gets mugged. t M Barbara James, Mickey Jumonville, Cathy Kirgls, Cynthia Lam- bert, Alice Leicher, Joan Lisso, Sharon Manley, Judy Markarian, Madeline Mayoral, Marilynn Meador, Erica Metz. Third Row: Molly Mullins, Denise O ' Keefe, Judy Racivitch, Virginia Roach, Linda Sachen, Cheryl Schroeder. Jo Ann Selilcoff, Kathy Smith, Sherril Townsend, Bonnie Viosca. Suzanne Vollertsen. 177 Officers of Phi Mu are, from left: Helen Hasklns, Pledge Director; Sarah Johnson, Vice President; Cathy Halsey, President; Janice Parker, Rush Chairman; Jamie Covell, Treasurer ; Jill Alberstadt, Secretary. Foul Ball!![?] First Row: Leslie AInsworth, Jill Alberstadt, Ann Armltage, Kay Armstrong, Melissa BaJley, Edie Bero, Margaret Jo Borland, Dor- othy Connell, Jamie Covell. Caroline Dasplt. Dorothy Drabek. Second Row: Joan Dugas. Sandy Goodman, Nancy Greene, Cathy Halsey, Lucy Harwig. Helen Hasklns, Jackie Heckert, Carol Her- mann, Kathy Hlcltok, Sarah Johnson, Kathleen Klzzlre. Third Row: Karen Kllngman, Sharon Kozlowski, Paula Ladd, Sue Beth Lindsley. N orris Lupo. Lynn McHugh, Sandl McMahon, MIchaelyn O ' Don- 178 phi mu Les Soeurs Fideles . , . Founder ' s Day Pennies . . . Christmas mistletoe with Prince Conti . . . Toyland, Toyland, dear little girl and boyland . . . Hearts and Flowers . . . Tiger Butter Pancakes . . . Happiness: a Peanuts Party . . . Episodes at the Edgewater . . . Pink Castle and Old Lace . . . Sixty years of sisterhood ... I wan- na join the Phi Mu band . . . Monday night dinner with Del . . . Going bankrupt at Balfours . . . Fractures from football , . . the Phi Mu ' s of Zimp ' e Street! Founded at Wesleyan College in 1852. Established at Newcomb in 1906. nell, Linda Otis, Janice Parker, Reid, Cynthia Roberson, Pam Gilda Werner, Eleanor Wheels maine Lanoix, Cheryl Sims. Bette Prescott. Fourth Row: Marion Smiley, Kala Thomas, Ulla Jo Die, r, Gloria Wilbert, Pam Wild, Char- 179 kappa alpha thefa Collier and Murray stun Bahamas . . . Wall-to-wall beds at DeVille . . . House Beau- tiful . . . Annie Boo finds bees over bannister . . . Recs, re-s, and more recs . . . Rushing by candlelight, courtesy of Public Service . . . Rocks? With faces? . . . Rush for pledges and Queen . . . Screech Night at the infirmary . . . Homecoming banner on Fern Street . . . Varsity trick-or-treat ' ers . . . With Sigma Chi: footba ' l or mudball? . . . Burned beans for brunch . . . Who ' s " Who ' s Who " . . . A ' um Bazaar — or bizarre? ... Phi Kaps toast Theta — again, and again, and again . . . Organization Plus . . . No kidding? Sweatshirts? . . . Record-breaking bonfire . . . But I don ' t have a duty sheet . . . Deck the halls with Delts and Thetas . . . They were not long, the days of tinsel and champagne . . . Founders ' frolic . . . Pledges face bitter moment for sweet rewards . . . Commandoes commandeer Commander ' s . . . Wine them and dine them and dance until dawn? . . . Picnic: " And we eat (strange sounds) RAW MEAT " . . . Texas? No. ma ' m, this is Florida . . . Founded at De Pauw University in 1870. Established at Newcomb in 1914. Officers of Thefa, seated; Nina Murray, Presidenf: Sherry hleiden. Treasurer. Standing: Celeste Bradham, First Vice-President: Janet McDonald, Corresponding Secretary: Mary Crilly, Second Vice- President; Ann McMackin, Recording Secretary: Ann Herndon, Rush Chairman. First Row: Karen Adams, Gere Allison. Gretchen Amrhein, Peqgy Bradford, Celeste Bradham, Barbara Briqham, Barbi Carpenter, Donna Chambers, Penny Chit- Chotsie Collier, Jane Coolc. Second Row: Crilly, Gay Crowell, Diane Dallas, Ann Davis, Maryann DeSalvo, Martina Ellis, Nancy Faubion, Eileen Fehr, Madeleine Marion Garrard. Carol Garvin, Marilyn Goode. Julie hlack- Berck, Nancy hteather Butler, tim, Becky Coleman Mary Fu rey, 180 So fhis is what a Theta legacy looks like. O. GO -fly a kite! ney, Cherry Harris. Third Row: Sherry Heiden, Ann Herndon, Carol Herndon, Su ;an Hewl+t, Pam Kerley, Marilyn Key, Susan Kinq, Jeanne Kinsella, Nancy Lawley. Ginger MacManus, Ka+y Ma+tox, Janet McDonald. Harriet McFaul. Kathy McHugh. Fourth Row: Ann McMackin. Vycke Miller, Anna Clare Morrison. Tinker Morrison, Jo Ann Mullens, Nina Murray, Susan Nagle, Mary Parker, Linda Patrick. Ann Patterson, Kris Pottharst. Jeffi Quale, Anita Rees. Connie Runberg. Fifth- Row: Jane Rush, Marge Schwa rtzbek. Javne Schlosser, Jane Scisson, Pam Shaw, Cyndy Smith, Martha Sorrells, Marion Stewart. Bridget Sullivan, Mar- garet Webb. Judy Wiebmer, Penny Wilson, Laura Yancey, Judy Zimmerman. 181 So these are what topiary trees look (Ike! autlful project First Row: Marcia Abramson. Susan Adier, Ellen Aqress, Carol Alrov, Nat Allison, Suzanne Berman, Iris Besser, Susan Bishop. Cin i Blatt, Beverly Brickman. Dale Caolan, Nan Cohen, Jane Cohn, Jean Cooper, Julie Coplon, Rita Davis. Second Row: Margie Engel, Carole Furman, Sheryl Gingold, Kathy Slassman, Susan Gold, Jacque Goldbero, Clem Goldberqer, Louise Goldman. Sandi Goldstein, Ruthy Grossman, Bonny Harwood, Arlene Hechter, Shel- ley Herman, Rita Herold. Kathy Hutman. Barbara Hiisch. Third Row: Augusta Kamien, Laura Kaufman, Dede Keen, Janet Cohen Koppel, Peggy Kottiwitz, Joyce Krohn. Leslie Kuris, Suzy Left- wlch. Mildred Lehman n. Ellen Levin, Leslie Lewis, ' Nancye Lewis, Reva Lupin. Nancy Marks. Melanle Mintz, Jane Mundt. Fourth Row: Janis Norman. Claire Oppenheimer. Susie Ornstein, Sally Plan, Nancy PIcard. Babs Pollard, Ellen Pressburg, Linda Rabino- 182 alpha epsilon plii . . . Put an " A " upon a slim gold bar; take an " E, " a " Phi, " and that is who we are . . . Senior Banquet — Notorious for their clever skits by the Pledge class . . . Spring formal . . . lunches, fraternity mixers and charity projects . . . We ' d rather PHI-it than switch . . . Some questionable rantin ' and Raven ' . . . who owns this town???? . . . Bye, Phi Seniors . . we thought they ' d never go . . . The Tigers can ' t CATs-up . . . Who ' s the pretty girl in green and white . . . This house is my house this house is YOUR house??? . . . Super-Phllne . . . We gotta get out of this place . . . new- est innovation in a . . . college education , . . combine the TOP leaders all over campus ... It all adds up ... to A E Phi. Founded at Barnard College in 1909. Established at Newcomb in 1916. wl+z, Andie Ravinett, Leona Rosenberg. Susan Rosenthal, Joyce Royal, Beth Sampson, Linda Schneider, Karen Silven, Laura Simon. Fifth Row: Susan Staub, Joanie Steinberg, Sandy Stillman, Joanne Sundheim, Marlene Swartz, Shelley Swedlaw, Sally Viner, Jocie Weinberg, Nancy Wolf, Judy ZIotnick. Officers of AEPhi: Carol Airov, Treasurer; Ellen Agress, President; Nat Allison, Second Rush Chairman; Andie Ravinett, Vice-Presi- dent; Louise Goldman, Recording Secretary; Cynthia Roosth, Corresponding Secretary; Babs Pollard, First Rush Chairman. 183 l 4r Founded at Cornell University in 1917. Established at Newcomb in 1955. Sigma delta tau Down Yonder at Newcomb Where SIg Delts are Dwelling . . . You ' re v rong . . . that ' s close . . . Not another drone — where ' s the Queen Bee? . . . Order one gross of toosie roll pops . . . Super who?? Where ' s Harmony Hall? . . . You mean the Zoo? . . . There ' s a meeting on the 4th floor tonight . . . What ' s on Saturday Niaht At The Mc . she flashed again! II Only first and second row can smoke now , . . Anyone need a haircut? . . . Fifteen at one table In C.R. . . . incredib ' e! . . . Petty arguments about the composite . . . What kind of songs did they sing on the trolley ride? . . . Remember . . . Give us back those rollers . you know the actives always win . Another banquet, another pound . Day . . . Lunches at the house . . the Pledge Skit? . . . What — another mother? . common sense is the key word . . . Don ' t cry, to follow orders again . . . . Hey Roonie ... no awards this year? . . . . Would you believe — a Formal on April Fool ' s . the Fall party at Kolb ' s . . . Pledges refusing Hope all the Pledges like beans . . . Happy days are here M i 1 jk t ' First Row: Jackie Alfandari, Angela Altman. Barbara Antis, Jai-ice Bienn, Debbie Brown, Carol Buchalter, Barbara Cantor, Lynda Clare, Susan Clayton, Jo Cohn, Janis Dropkin, Robyn Dundee, Shila Elfmon, Mona FIshnnan. Second Row: Sydney Fleischer, Sally Forb, Rachelle GalantI, Nancy Galef. Cyrelle Serson, Sande Serth, BJ Greenwald, Judy Guskind. Greta Herman, Marilyn Herman, 184 Officers of SDT are, from left: Francis Kaplan, Recording Secretary; Beclcy Rosenfeld, Corresponding Secretary; Judy Guskind, Rush Chairnnan; Angela Altman, President; Stephanie Wasserman, Pledge Mother; Carol Brown. Social Chairman; Ruth Risenblatf. Treasurer; Mickey Kronsberg, Vice-President. The SDT club scrub. i , -L Mi. Franci Kaplan, Je an Kemp, Linda Kriger, Miclcey Kronsberg. Third Row: Lorraine Lake, Linda Lane, Sandy Lassen. Susan Lebow, Suzy Lebow, Sarah Lenowitz, Linda Lerner, Linda Lewis, Betsy Loeb, Carolyn Macow. Jeri Meer, Carol Mehlman. Susan Meyer, Mari- lyn Meyerovitz. Fourth Row: Sandy Michael. Ellen Passman, Su- zanne Perlman, Lynne-Donna Rocker, Ruth Rosenblat, Becky Ro- senfeld, Ellen Ross, RonnI Schlutz, Kay Seligman, Debby Shapiro, Jo-Ellen Sharfman, Jenifer Smith, Debbie Sumberg, Carol Vatz. Fifth Row: Be be Weinberg, Madalyn Weiner, Devra Welnstein, PSyllis Wolfson, Marilyn Zwlck. 185 I f 186 I t ' ' : ■(. - ' •- r ' V 187 188 189 190 191 tulane pan-hellenic The 1966-67 Council members Include, First Row, leff to right: Dr. Karlem Riess, Advisor; Dick Robin, Jim Northington, Milte Eagen. President; Cary Tye. Jeff Felngold. Second Row: Bill Hoclcinq, Ken Lichtenstein, R. S. Fish, John Lewis, Ross Dozler. Third Row: George Bohmfall:, Harley Cluxton, Max van Gilder. David Shaver. Bill Stayer, Barry Riggs. Fourth Row: Phil Jones. Donald Ellis, Irving Johnson. Larry Wilson, Arthur Seaver. Back Row: Grey Ferris, Charles Mills. John Henderson, Tom Sawyer, and Kent Brody. 192 193 phi kappa sigma ' 66-67 found: Hardy totaled . . . Wops In control . . . Squeaks from the dining room . . . G. K. and Skunk became buddies . . . Ates on his head ... Sir John Falstaff come and gone . . . Skycaps . . . The Great Fire . . . Mac in Jackson . . . Several bars . . . Dale ' s lightbulb (shared) . . . Local too . . . M. G. Lurkers . . . P. B. displaced . . . Finally in the jamb it deserved. Officers: Left to Right — Richard Macaluso. President; Steve Welch. Vice-President; Charles Foto, Treasurer; Dan Perri, Rush Chairman. m n o p f » l |w f W9, J Tp iM First Row: Adams. G., Allen, A., Armstrong, A.. Ates, B., Azukas, C. Barlow, G., Beckett. C, Brlnkman. P., Campbell. B., Cheney, R., Churchill, J.. Collins, S.. Cowell, H., Dalovisio. J.. Devlin. J.. Dickey. D. Second Row: Diffley, P.. Dugas, G.. Eargle. B.. Elliott, R.,-.Foto. C, Frano, C, Gray, G., Grede, D.. Guice, B., Hall, T., Hardy, B., Hawk- 194 Smiles and frowns from the side-line. Phi Kap ' s show allegiance to Tulane. Ins, S.. Hoclcert, J., Hollis, J., Hoopes, J., hlughes, B. Third Row: Hurd, J.. Hus+ad, J., Johnsen, N.. Jones, P.. Kilpa+rick. D., Knight, C, Knight, J., Knight, R., Lamb, P., Lindguist, F., Luca, M., Lum, J., Lynn, D.. Macaluso, R., McCormicIc, E., Miller, T. Fourth Row: Mims, S., Newton, J., Owens, G., Perri, D., Ramsey, C, Reynolds, B., Robin- son, R., Rolf, C, Salas, J., Salter, R., Schroeder, T., Smith, B., Smith, M.. Stastney, R., Stephens, 3., Towie, R. Fifth Row: Vining, B., Vining, T.. Wells. B.. Welch, S., Williams. B. 195 Pike officers are, from left: Jerry Sunderland, Treasurer; Phil Newsom, Vice-President; Marvin Beasley, President; William Miele, Secretary; and Ken Karpinski, Sargeant at Arms. ii ii Y k % i . d vik First Row: Baer, W., Beasley, M.. Blain, J., Blehar, J., Boese, B., Bohm- fallc, G., Bush, D., Cloud, H., Cocchiara, J., Craven, M., Dalteres, W., Davis, J.. DeMarco, R., Drell, D.. Edwards, E., Elias. M. Second Row: Elliott. J.. Farmer. W., Foret, W.. Furr, D., Goldsmith, W., Gonzalez, R., Gruntz, L., Guthrie, N., Haro, J., Higqins, D., hlumphrey, R., Pikes enjoy the hospitality of the " Playboy Club. ' Life if Cf . w. 1 h ' f Imbordino, V., Katz, E., King, B., Kolstad, T., Krupp, T. Third Row: Kublc. J., Lakey, R., Leiseca, S., Lincoln, E., Machtolff. G.. Mallon, P., Mar+In, R., Maf+hews, C, McElwee, D., Mcllwain, M., McLaren, J.. McTernan, M., Miele, W., M onroe. G., Mon+elepre, P., Newsom, P. Fourth Row: Parenton, D., Pflaum, C, Pilie, M., Pomaslci, R., Porter, J.. 196 pi kappa alpha A study break? Oh, that ' s a ten minute period in each week devoted exclusively to study . . . Flames coming from the Pike House! Fire? I doubt it ... To be good is to be h ted; bad, to be pitied; indifferent, to be forgotten . . . Eight in " Who ' s Who " ! Five in ODK! hie must be kidding ... a new house, actives, pledgeship, grad- uation, infinity ... a white Christmas this year . . . Don Juan, Romeo, and Steve? . . . the wage of sin Is a hangover . . . Emil at the Pike House. What a party! . . . Coherent thought is the faculty of a rational being, not a fraternity president . . . Politicians beget more politicians . . . cocktails, capers, and Cannibal at the Formal ... To know the game is great; to play the game is greater; but to love the game is the geatest of them all. nn n Powell, L,. Schlesinger, P., Shaw, G., Stahl, C, Stephenson, J., Sulzner, B., Sunderland, G., Suplee, S., Tally, W., Tamburo, D„ Tomlin, E. Fifth Row: Thirlot, M., Velasquez, D., Williams, J., Wilson, J., Worsley, P., Young, R., Zimmer, S. Pikes on the fire engine, where else? 197 kappa alpha order This year the Prince found a Princess . . . Purvis in the pantry? . . . Hey, Long, let ' s go for the big O at the apt. on Friday ... has snowman Don been cooled . . . Billy, is it true that Madeline ' s not back this year? . . . Artie says he ' s restless now . . . Columbia Records vs. Brother Fagomel? . . . Bill E. is still a Candy man ... say Swoop, who is the lucky girl this weekend? . . . Mike likes those long walks home . . . Creed and Dave In Vicksburg during Thanksgiving? . . . What will Martha decide? . . . Cherry ' s on the roof . . . it ' s always great when Rex comes over to get his clothes at the end of the year . . . Barr ' s fast action saved the Mansion from destruction by fire . . . Brother McCloskey wore a ring in his nose this year . . . Jeannle calls him " Pinkie " . . . can ' t count all the women the Cherub has snowed lately . . . does anyone else on this campus have parties anymore? KA ofRcers are, from left: Gary Anderson, Vice-President; Jim Swoop, Secretary; Arthur Seaver, President; and Bil! Brierre. Treasurer. First Row: Adams, P., Anderson, G.. Bane, W., Barr, T., Blessey, W., Brannon, T., Brierre, C, Brierre, W., Brown, R., Butka, N., Chapman, T., Cherry, E., Curtis, C, Coltharp, C. Second Row: Ferris, G., Fitz- patrick, M., Flack, R., Gregory, G., Gur+ler, R., hiarris, R.. Jumonville. 198 Why don ' t you slip on a tie and join us for a drinic? Student deferments don ' t mean a thing anymore! R., Koerner, E., Kostmayer, J., Lawton, 5., Le Gardeur, M., Long, J., Lutz, F., Manard, J. Third Row: McCloskey, E., Milcarek, W., Moore, J., Morse, J., Norman, R., Parish, R., Pierson, D., Rhodes, C, Saunders, J., Schall, A., Seaver, A., Smith, B., Starr. R.. Stuart, W. Fourth Row: Swoop, J., Trousdale, D., Tyler, R., vanBenthuysen, B., Vosbein, R., Walley, J., Whittlngton, P., Wiedeman, G., Williams, D. 199 fc5S».. SX ' s decorate for mad, mad world party. Sigma Chi officers, from left: Don LaGrone, Treasurer; Marshall Colcocl;, Vice-President; Bill Hoclcing, President; Tom Rydberg, Pledge Trainer; Clark Hood, Secretary. rn n. SM mA ii jk First Row: Anderson, J., Asprodites, W., Binford, C, Bradley, F., Bretz, R., Chambers. D., Colcock, M., Corbitt. R., Davis, K., Doherty, T., Fish, R. Second Row: Gano. S.. Gieselman, G., Goodbread, M., Gregory, R.. Griswold, R., Guillory, W., Hall, P., Heller, H., Hendrick- son. D., Hocking, W., Hood, C. Third Row: Kelly. R.. LaGrone, D., Lobrano, R., McCiure. W., Mebane, W., Munyon, W., Redd, R., 200 Sigma chi The year of the tool job . . . McClure: " Give me her name and number " . . . Will Ralph get a body job . . . Gano sets all time chow-down record . . . Marshall left his heart in San Francisco . . . Bradley becomes changed man who leads lustful life . . . hfocklng repossesses his seven pins . . . Miner, what was the name of your date at the P-A party? . . . Never-ending P.O.E.T.S. Club . . . Binford takes a drink . . . Quoth Akers: " I feel unusual " . . . Guillory, do you feel a draft? . . . Plant man gets nipped in the bud . . . " Orin, what is the story " . . . Algae reproduces . . . Man, don ' t overlook those safety features . . . Griswold goes out on study dates . . . " Little " Shouse will ya get off the floor " . . . When ' s the next party? . . . The year in one word: FAT. Heal! Heal! Rodqers, R., Ruddock, T., Rydberg, T., Schwartz, J. Fourth Row: Shouse, W., Smith, H., Smith, W., Spencer, R., Sullivan, S., Terkeurst. J.. Voelkel, N.. Williams, P., Witt, C, Yeazel, R. 201 alpha tau omega The cast of thousands: Bricklayers Local 712 .. . Haban ' s groovy ties and Plauche gone mod . . . four girls next door . . . Tom, our keeper of the J. B. key . . . the green piglet . . . Ernie, the one hand man . . . the Uptown Carnival and Marching Society and a new way to chug . . . our own Marvel Classics: Gatt Man, Incredible Fly Face, and Super Obnoxious Boy . . . one Greek and the Mafia ... a nnean Marine for pledgemaster . . . Gantt ' s Dog: a Canadian Legend in her own time . . . the weekend at Chuck ' s plantation, shooting turtles and things . . . since the wedding, meat of Fridays . . . good idear, Morrill . . . when Luke kicks the habit ... a nickel to biff, but two bucks to drop . . . sun gods on the balcony ... a little pull in the pan-hel council . . . sounds of the A.P.T. crowd . . . football is a thing called Hayes, 13-6, wasn ' t it, ants? ... in a pinch? wash ' em out and wear ' em again . . . cruelty is poker with Geny . . . Rip, Rip, Roaring Reprobates and friends . . . just one more Shout, baby! ATS) ofRcers are, from left: Joe Alien, Vice-President; Mike Flynn, Treasurer; Lenny Bouzon, Secretary; Mike Eagan. President. First Row: Allen, J., Barkett, G., Barr, G., Bell, J., Bisso, R., Blake, D., Bosio. B., Bouzon, L., Boswell, G., Brewer. J., Burguieres, S., Cashio. T.. Charbonnet, W., Colby, T., Dalton. J., DeWoody. J. Second Row: Dieffenbach, J., Ditta, G., Eagan, M., Eagan, T.. Elmes, C, Eustis, E., Fahs, J., Fleming, M., Flynn, M., Gatto, C, Geny. W., Gilbert, L., 202 We ' re Number One!!! " m ! P Planting another Fusli-bush. ■ " If- ' " K-- te- 5s,-K-f ? » ,0 |7J. p5 4 |E . 1 ■.4. ■ j Gootee, P., Grotf, G., Guggolz, T., Haneman, M. Third Row: Hebert, E., Hein, J., Johnson, R., Johnson, R., Kane, P., Karotkin, D., Kuhlman, W., Maselli. J., Mathes, M., Maxwell. R., McAleese, J., McKeever, R.. Miller, R.. Millet, J., Morrill, J., Morris, D. Fourth Row: Murphree, G., Mouney, D., Orr, C, Parker, C, Plauche. A.. Robinson, L, Salzer. R., Saporito, J., Schneider, L., Schupp. J.. Scott, R., Shay, J., Shipman, W., Staples, T., Verlander, R., Vorhaben, H. Fifth Row: Watts , R., Whitmire, D., Williams, G., Yearwood. J., Zurcher, W. » ' ' fe l " 203 A picture is worth a thousand words First Row: Adkins, J., Andrews. J., Briggs. hi., Carter. D.. Childs, W., Ciark. C, Chffe, D., Collier, M., Flandry, R.. Guider. B., Isom, S. Second Row: Johnson. C. Klam. W., Kupis, B., Lee, D., Lindquist. H.. Lueblce, D., Mann, S., Martin, J.. Maynard, J., McConnell. J., Millican, 204 Sigma nu 4 ' Paula and Jim are now exchanging pills as well as drop letters . . . Ragan let his haircut go to his head . . . the " Guinness Book of World Records " seems to be popular reading material . . . and did you know when the great crocodile disaster was? . . . Jerry seems to have some problem with his navigation course — especially on Saturday nights . . . the pledges finally got Troll — very unfortunate . . . the pledges got to see the other side of the Lake . . . Steve saw the Blue Max, so now he calls himself Steven and won ' t drink greasy milk . . . seems the mod Influence has taken over . . . Pratt ' s a real fan of Captain ' s Mast now ... he watches Troll trudge off to it . . . anybody want to bOwl for money? and how many homeruns did you ever hit? . . . Rhody has developed a whipped sock and McConnell has a new song out — " What ' s the Story? " — it ' s follow-up to " Day Tripper " . . . and to top the year, Jim M. has received the " Brown Crown " award! M M hM 4 V A M. Third Row: Mills, C Mookhock, W., Moroek. J.. Nicholson, J., Peery, R., Popham, J., Rodriguez, M.. Sanders. C, Sims, H., Smith, J., Walker. C. Fourth Row: Ward. C, Wilson, S., Works, R. Officers (Left to Right): Vice-President, Mike Collier; Sec- retary, Shelby Wilson; Rituist. Ray Haeuser; President. Phil Jones. 20S delta tau delta Loftin scores his first varsity touchdown, Delts go wild . . . remember the night Mulder ' s car turned black, and Johnson ' s hair turned orange? . . . the Bird cusses his woman . . . whatever happened to the Playboy Club doorman ' s hat? . . . Super Wombat Homecoming display works! . . , and what is your suppressed desire? . . . Friday afternoon, and it ' s Happy Hour . . . football becomes mudball at rush picnic . . . Harry beats the bumper pool bunny . . . Barton collects crabs in Mississippi, while Wright and Russell drive away . . . Larry and Tamzon, locked in the Sugar Bowl? . . . they don ' t call me " Car " for nothing. I ' ve got the fastest 6 cyl. automatic on the block! . . . Ban the Bomb, and Prepare to meet thy God . . . Building the new house, use cardboard . . . Cry from J. L., " I ' ve been Delt with! " . . . Delts? on Bourbon Street? . . . anybody want to borrow some drop letters? r-- - 1:5 r- a e ikMkikM Bridging the gap between money and brotherhood. n Iffi First Row: Barton. R.. BlasI, M.. Calvm, J., Capan, R., Chastant, R., Crowley, D., Daniels. J., Dinkle, R., Eason. L., Ellison, M., Farlow. R.. Fitzpatrick, K., Fleming, C, Florey, J. Second Row: Eraser, S.. Frees- 206 ATA officers, from left: Rick Geddes, Corresponding Secretary; Chuck Hall, Recording Secretary; John Spalding, Vice-President; Dan Sribbin, President; Bob Johnson, Sergeant at Arms; Randy Gunter, Treasurer. wick, D., Fullerton, L, Geddes, R., Hall, C, Hamilton, V., Hutchinson, H., Jackson, J., Johnson, J., Jourdan, R., Lewis, J., Lupton, W., Manard. R., Marcus, G. Third Row-: McBride, W., McFarling, D., Miller H " Moeller, A., Mulder, P„ Murray, G., Niehaus. C. Odachowski, E.! Powell, W., Rosemont, R., Russell, J., Russell, R., Sawyer, T., Schnittke, K. Fourth Row: Schroeder, G., Scurry, J., Sheets, D., Shirley, W., Slaughter, H., Soignier, E., Spalding, J., Talley, M., Torkildsen, W., Traylor, G., Urrate, J., Wilde, P„ Womack, D., Wood, J., Wright, L. 207 Buxfon is down for ihe ten count. Listen, Bear, I just don ' t believe that about her. First Row: Allen. M., Amman, F., Anderson. L., Anthony, A.. Bland. D.. Bond, S., Bourq, B., Brasier. L., Buffe, G., Buxton, J., Callander, R. Second Row: Carson, S.. Chase. C. Davis. D., Davis, J., Gibbs. P., Griffin, J., Griffin, W.. Howell, M., Jackson, P., Laborde. J., Landry, B. Third Row: Lauqhiin, J., Lemon, J., Leonard, J., Maxwell. J., Men- dez, C, Moore, H., Morse, C. Murphy, D., Musso, N.. Nelson, J., 208 kappa Sigma Rush week ' s " big pop rock party " sponsored by the Pan hiellenic Club . . . ten Pan Hell dignitaries assured party ' s smashing success! . . . Dick Brown ' s party . . . Scholar- ship-Leadership Award to Mark Conn . . . KS Overall Outstanding Performance Bob Jones Memorial Award to David Applequist . . . Sportsmanship to Pan Hell Football team . . . Jim and Swamp head public relations! . . . Mardi Gras produced brother- hood? . . . the mighty arm of Cleveland calls Jim-Bob . . . Language Awards to seniors . . . Chris highlight of Pan Hell Formal! Kappa Sig officers are, from left: Stan Carson, Treasurer: Carter Morse, Secretary; Jim Leonard, President; Bill Pos- tell. Ritualist; John Buxton, Vice-President. O ' Brien, D. Fourth Row: Reed, S., Reid, M., Skinner, C, Skinner, C, Toulon, N., Watson, K., Welth, G., Winter, J., Ziegler, M. 209 phi delta theta Pete and his Irish Zoo . . . " Kahuna ' s " Go Go Girls . . . The riot squad at our spring formal . . . those levee parties . . . that spirited football game with the Teps . . . " Animal " at the Tulane games leading cheers . . . Those " seething thermal pudding parties " at " the Kid ' s " pad . . . Sweetpea ' s " business " trip with S. D., The great lover- " Bird-dog S. P. Jones " . . . " Polecat " playing riverboat captain . . . Sherman ' s prolific rush girls . . . Salty ' s B. J. girls . . . Harley ' s stories about his souped up tractor . . . " One punch " getting married . . . the " Three Mad Phis " terrorizing kitchen Chem. lab. . . . Farrar chasing his Corvett down the street . . . The coming out party for the socialite Juanita . . . " Miss Jake " decorating the house during the hurricane . . . the roastbeef served by " Root " , , , " Ruby " and his tube marathons . . . Tiff playing Jekyll and hlyde . . . Dick and Moorhead in combat . . . " Zorba " cleaning off the bannister for " Geik " . . . Those all night pool games . . . " Sweet Andy ' s Mardi Gras Vino Vats " . . . Frank at the Hell ' s Angels party . . . the play productions of Jim Brown . . . the antics of " Red-neck " . . . Took, Costa and a fifth of scotch . . . Dusty catching the tub of water that night . . . and most, those Christmas parties that were so infamous on campus . . . " Key-Bo " playing Santa Claus . . . " Frog-man " praying to the Inverted Christmas Tree . . . The " Water Buffalo " . ■ • the shaving cream . . . the skits . . . the gifts . . . and the chaperone asleep on the couch. JSSfe " ' " ii Officers, Left to right: Vice-President, Franl: Lane; House Manager, Kent Putnam; Secretary, Joe Tardo; Treasurer, Tiff Birmingham; President, Ricic Sherman. : 4siii irti First Row: Bauqh, B.. Birmingham, R., Denning, D., Farrell, J., Grady. M., Guth, R., Karmgard, W., Murphy, T. Second Row: Northing+on, 210 Phi Delta rush party! M k. ih i 1 , A M m J., Oxenham, J., Peissel. C, Reese, H., Schwan, B., Sherman, R., Tardo, J., Trabue, A. Third Row; Wilkinson, J., Wray, J., Wylle, D., Young, B. 211 The fraternity that lays together stays together. 2AE officers, from left: Larry Wilson, Secretary; Mike Goodrich, Pres dent; Jim Bordelon, Vice-President; Mike Ferrell, Treasurer. r O $: . k r% r § mk§ mk First Row: Albert, E., Borbor, B., Bell, R., Bordelon, J., Bordelon, J., Brenner, S., Bresnahan, B., Brown, B., Brown, R., Buchanan, R., Caffery, C, Carlson, K., Carter, R., Charlesworth, R.. Childs, A., Childs, S., Christy, T. Second Row: Coneway, R., Dawkins, C, Dearholt, S., Dod- son, J., Dubuisson. E., Earle, T., Elliott, R., Farmer, J., Ferrell, M., Fertitta, G., Pontes, D., Garrett, B., Glynn, P., Goodrich, M., Graeber, L., Greer, L., Greer, T. Third Row: Guy, A., Habig, T., Hall, B. Harnaqe, H., Harris, B., Hartline, J., Hays, M., Henderson, J., Hill E., Howard, R., Howard, T., Johnson, R., Johnston, B., Jones. R., King A., Knapp, L., Koch, H. Fourth Row: Kyle, W., Lanoux, J., Lopez, T. Loria, A., Maberry, M., McDonald, L., McClure, J., McClure, T. Meisenbach. R., Moody. K.. Moss, L., Moye, M., Muller, R.. Norwood 212 Sigma alpha epsilon Quiet summer except that Paula kept on getting lost . . . Summer ended and Saalfield was tied up in Daytona . . . Easy Ed started off rush with a splash of color . . . This is Lace Grayson calling . . . Hey, Chiarello, it ' s what ' s-her-name . . . Irwin is engaged (exclamation point) . . . What ' s so funny about that, Vise? , . . Yes, officer, it was gold, about 3 feet high . . . General Haskins just flew by. Wo ist der root beer hall? . . . Smiling Jack hit the road in tropical clothing . . . Some- body must be enjoying TV in living color . . . No, Goodrich doesn ' t eat here . . . Somebody gave this funny looking bird to King . . . Julius Is starving the barbers . . . Homecoming was a real washout , . . Now George, if you can afford an apart- ment you can afford ... That ' s a fine . . . Where y ' at, Pat . . . Theme from the apartment — but we don ' t want to move out . . . and from the gay philosopher, from the Daytona Pen — it ' s better to have loved and lost than never to have loved all. m iM ih M mh. i, 4 But Doctor, what ' s wrong with three fraternity houses? W, Patrick, J., Pavlovich, S., Plosser, G. Fifth Row: Porter. J., Potter, H., Pyle. C, Radick, M., Reed, W., Richard, H., Saalfield, J., Schweers, J., Scott, J., Simpson, D., Skelding, R., Smith, M. Smith, T Soniat, T., Southworth, C, Spurck, R., Sutton, D. Sixth Row: Thomas, S., Tucker, D., Vise, R., Wafer, R., Walker, D., Walker, F., Watson, T., Webb, H., Wenger, C, Whalen, R., Wilbourn, J., Wilson, L., Wilson, L., Wilson, R., Worsham. J., Wortsmith, R. 213 beta theta pi Drinking classes will be held at Roy ' s Rollerama. Guest speaker: F. Steer and B. Whale . . . There will be a special address on plastering by G. S. . . . Ingalls, and a horror show will follow, starring S. Seymore and E. Potin . . . Congratulations to industrious T. Kinney for his demonstration of moonlighting at the Jungle Party . . . D. B. manufacturers ' convention will be held at the Kopper Kitchen on Saturday morning . . . initiation of Ross Dozier into P.H.A.K. club will follow . . . the Zimple Water Polo Society proudly announces the graduation of its eight honor students this past summer . . . Vethapati Pi welcomes its recently-graduated, un- employed alums . . . Pan-hel thanks us for financial assistance rendered during the fall of 1966 . . . Beta would like to acknowledge the following for their contributions to the fraternity: Barbara, Viking Meats, and The Tuane University. Beta officers are, from left: William Abbott, Secretary; Nathan Gisclair, Treasurer; Louis Jeansonne, III, President; Ned Callihan, Vice-President. First Row: Abbott, W.. Antin, W., Callihan, H., Charbonnet, M., Char- bonnet, P., Cosgrove, R., Cotter, G., Cotton. J., Depp. D., Dozier. A., Enqler. M. Second Row: Gisclair, N.. Gwin, C, Ingalls, M., Jeansonne, 214 L., Jensen, A., Johnson, R., Johnson, W., Kinney, H., McCartney, H.. Meyer, C, Meyer, M. Third Row: Miller, M., Mohle, J., Monsarrat, R., Murray, W., Riggs, B., Smith, H., Stakelum, J., Stinson, B., Theis, C, Triplette, R., Wells, F. 215 Is this a proposition? Spectators overrun ZBT display C ' First Row: Alltmont, J., Aronow, S.. Badat, R., Bear, D., Boas, P., Brody. K., Cohen, S., Cohn, M., Davidson, A., Elsasser, D., Entner, M., Evans. M., Fein, L., Feinstein, A., Feld, H., Ford, B., Fox, B. Second Row; Frank, J., Freund, J., Friedman, L., Goodkin, S., Gordon, R., Granove+ter, B., Grenader, A., Gutfman, J., Gutin, P., Horn, C Kalis. N., Kantor. H., Kantrow, L., Kaplan, J., Karotkin, J., Katz, E.. Katz, P. Third Row: Kerstein. D., Kermish, S.. Kioth. T., Lender, R., Levin, R., Levings+on, J., Levy, R., Lowenstein, S.. Lukash, R., Metz. A.. Miller, H., Mutnick, J.. Myers, B.. Myers, D., Myers. M.. Piha. R.. Pollock, A. Fourth Row: Roberts, J,, Robins, D., Robins, R., Robinson. 216 :eta beta tau Rosenblum ' s lost mynah bird . . . Hein Bird . . . the ever-dwindling junior class . . . a twenty-one year old Ricky! . . . the slowing down of the Cary-go-round . . . the pig in Boas ' bed . . . Ruben ' s in-law . . . Entner ' s reports from the pits . . . the library without Wainger . . . Eagle and Freund ' s hairlines ... a pledge-powered Homecom ing display . . . the Frogg-powered jukebox . . . Sutton the Snake . . . Bear ' s initiation . . . the Sideburns group . . . nine sophs . . . the redshirt teams . . . hiarlan bolting and streaking . . . Pittsburgh Fats . . . legacies . . . Roberts ' Moaning . . . Brody ' s passing . . . Silverberg ' s section. mf-- D., Rosenblum, L., Schwartz, C, Segall. N., Selber, J., Shackeroff, E., Shwartz, K., Silverberg, R., Solomon, A., Steinberg, H., Stern L., Sternberg, B., Sternberg, M., Strauss, M. Fifth Row: Sutton, J., Tenen- baum, S., Trivers, A., Tye, C, Velkoff. D. Wadler, D., Wainger, S., Weill, K., Weininger, S., Wolfson, S., Yudin, J. OfRcers, left to right: Jack Alltmont, Treasurer; Bruce Stern- berg, Secretary; Kent Brody, Historian; David Wadler, Vice- President; Gary Tye, President. 217 alpha mu Ralph, Ralph, Where ' s Ralph? . . . Gary, here ' s Linda again . . . who called us animals? . . . Who knows a good high school girl? I need love ... Is anybody here ■from Miami? ... I love grease . . . Jimbo, there is a Newcomb girl for you . . . Cusser — Julie — Cloud 9 ... 43 Color TV, jukebox, and connotations therein, there- of .. . Dolph, I love you! . . . Who ' s got the ZBT invitations? ... 96 monograms are for girls . . . Marlon Brando was a Sammy at Syracuse . . . pot stew, pot roast, pot bellies . . . that ' s what it ' s all about! Sammy pledge classes is busting out all over. First Row: Arnovifz, E., Aronson. D., Baron, S., Barron, J., Benno, B. Boolcmdn, B., Bramson, D., Bryan, S., Caplan, D., Coqen, K., Cummins, R., Danker, S., Danneman, S., Epstein, J., Fine, R., Fisher, G. Second Row: Flax, Z., Gardner, S., Ginsberg, S., Goldbard, G., Goldstein, M., Gorson, M., Graham, M., Green, R., hiaas, B., Harris, J., Harris, S., 218 champagne party at house rouses enthusiasm. Sammy officers are, from left: Gary Stern. Treasurer; Julian Scharfman. Vice-President; Jim Shallect, President; and Edwin Rothberg, Secretary. p rff. 1 4 ! Hillman, J., Horowitz, B., Kenner, B., Kerstein, P., Klein, S. Third Row: Klempner, M., Korotkin, J.,- Kruger, A., Kurlander, B., Laden, J., Lerner, S., Levine, N,. Levy. S., Marcus, R., Margoshes, B., Mazier, H., Merlin, S., Michelson, M., Milberg, A., Mirvis, K., Moses, R. Fourth Row: Nathan, B., Nobil, C, Nius, M., Olesky, M., Paris, M., Pichulik, L., Polster, J., Raymond, J., Robin, R., Roosth, T., Rosnick, J.. Rothberg, E., Rudolph, D., Sackman, J., Shalleck, J.. Stern, G. Fifth Row: Strelitz. S., Sussman, B., Tesler, K., Tractenberg. D., Wax. B., Whitehill, B., Wilder, S., Zilbert, S. 219 It ' s not polite to point. Proud charter member visits the house. First Row: Bouvier, R. Brotman, P., Bryan, D.. Charboneau, B. Crais, A., Derbes, D., Dunn, D., Flotte, D., Frazier, S., Grote, J., Jones, J. ijill dA Second Row: Lewis, G., Ludwig, W., Maddox, L., Marks, R., Packard, D., Richey, H., Rinehart, D., Sacco, P., Schumann. T., Shaver. W., 220 Sigma pi Has anyone seen our pledgemas+er? ... I heard the pledges say something about Mont, Monte, Montegut? Louisiana . . . What was that falling from the balcony into the shrubs? ... It was just Brazzos playing Superman again. Why? . . . What is Brian doing dripping wet? . . . Waldo is playing bombardier with the water balloons again . . . Yeah and he ' s getting accurate, too . . . Does anyone know why Steve ' s car only has three wheels? Those pledges are at it again . . . We remember the treasure hunt after the Arnny ROTC military ball, someone said something about missing distributor wires? . . . Where ' s our pledge president? Oh! He turned up missing along with the distributor wires . . . We remember when Roger put the firecracker in Craig ' s bag of Frito ' s . . . Good grief! What ' s that awful smell? OK! Who put the stink bomb in the floor furnace, phew . . . We remember trying to drown the umpires after the Sigma Pi-Phi Mu baseball game. Boy they sure floated funny . . . face down. Shinglman, F. Third Row; Slefert, M., Stayer, W., Tindell, T., Under- hill, T., Ziegler, C, Ziegler. J. Sigma Pi ofRcers are: Dave Packard, Secretary; Steve Davis, President; Dennis Bryan, Treasurer; and Bill Stayer, Sergeant at Arms. 221 alpha epsilon pi .WJ Announcement: There will be no gin game in Room 9 tonight . . . O.K. Wayne, don ' t you think it ' s about time to get off the bathroom floor . . . Hank you look tired, why don ' t you get a little sleep for a change . . . How is Murphy ' s? Dick, John, Scott . . . Hey Glenn, give us a break and put your shirt on . . . What does PC really stand for, Steve . . . Allan, where did your car go? . . . Martin, Bruce wants to borrow the phone for just five minutes . . . Guess what, Miller, you didn ' t get a letter . . . Jon told me student nurses are really fine girls . . . Bob and Lloyd enter hot car in big race . . . Todd, tell me what you can do for four days in this city . . . Ask Kevin and Bill how to dial long distance . . . Dave goes back to Africa to serve as Member-At-Large . . . Rob ' s sports predictions for this week are . . . Who is in the apartment this week, Ben . . . This is a pledge class? . . . [PC] means . . . " Silent Night, Holy Night. ' First Row: Alderman, D., Applebaum, H.. Berlin, A., Berkowitz, L.. EJster, A., Ex, M., Festinger, S., Friednnan, J., Sarte, G., Goodman, F., 222 Proof: Ape ' s have five fingers too. Officers, left to right: Glenn Garfe, President; Dick Alderman, Vice- President; Wayne Myers, Exchequer; Bruce Iteld, Member at Large; Martin PInsteIn, Secrttary. k£ AMJiik Kline, H. Second Row: Lazarus, E., Lazarus, P., Leen, R.. Lubin, D., Meyer, R., Miller, H., Myers. W., Paris, M., Perin, S., Pinstein, M., Pollak, A. Third Row: Patter, R., Richter, R., Ringel, M.. Robbins, B., Rosenblum, J., Sanger, S., Schlesinqer, E., Schwartz, A., Siegel, A., Singer, R., Slosberg. M. Fourth Row: Stein. A., Shelby. A., Storch, J., Trossman. D.. Wexler. A., Wilensly. R- Whitfield, R. 223 TE4» ' s decorate for Homecoming, Officers are, from left: Mike Dworsky, Member at Large; Jan Friedman, Treasurer; Ken Goldberg, Secretary; Steve Bolson, President: Jeff Fern- gold. Vice-President. mM First Row: Austin. W.. Bennett, P., Bien. N.. Bolson. S.. Diamond. J.. Dworsky. M.. Elkin, S.. Feingold. J.. Feldman. M.. Finkleman. A.. Friedman, J. Second Row: Sitteson. H.. Goldberg, K., Goldring, B., Hacker, J., Kaldor, M., Klinkenstein, W„ Levenstein. H.. Myers. S.. Lorin. J., Novell, K.. Phillips. D. Third Row; Pfeffer. J., Robbins. J.. Rubenstein. D.. Sabin. J.. Shapiro. G.. Simon. B.. Spitzer. f., Sterns, 224 tau epsilon phi Who can forget: fourteen houseboys — all time record; even cooks, also a record! The heat in our house, or lack of same. The Homecoming Project — What was it again? The night the Homecoming Project burned down — Who did It? We know. The parties downstairs — upstairs? The day Jeffrey made Who ' s Who — the day he called 10 girls for dates — the next day when he called some more. Tepper and his house problems. Steve driving his burning car away in the night. Steve and Sherry; Richie and Wendy: Jerry and Pat: Mike and the two girls from New York. The trip to Mexico. Dworsky ' s studying. Card games in the back room. TE P teams. The lanterns from St. Charles Ave. The occupied signs. T. V. Rudy and the hot TV. All our future architects — Problems galore. A dreamy day — Eugene. Quantitative Analysis — hard and easy — Jan and Howie. Harry ' s rushes and ads. The Cabrini Ring Dance. Jan and Ben in Alton — Jan ' s cousin — Who can forget! J., Sussman, M., Tuchman, M., Waterman, M., Weiss, H Fourth Ro Wolfe, H. It ' s difficult to be clever at a time like this 225 alplia Sigma plii Remember the King ' s abdication the Mod Bod . . . the founding father of the constitution . dive . . . the great pickle . . . lunches . . STP Chariot . . . " Goose " and " Mouse " . Alpha Sigma Phi Sings (mono or Stereo) . . . Lord . . . the Dunkleberger commission . . . Sonty the Snake . . . Ham Sandwiches and TB Kathy . Neat!! . . the breakup party . . . the swan Der Alpha Sig Rathskellar . . . the . . LSU-E and the water tower . . . 5.1% . . . Lush ' s blast ... the WAR the International Peanut Festival . . . . . . The Red Apple . . . " Hazel " . . . the world ' s record to Amite . . . the Monroe Hayseed . . . Fearless Fly . . . the thermostat? . . . the $15 master point . . . Byrne, baby, Byrne . . . " Happiness is Bourbon Street " . . . Smokey the Bear . . . that box from Panama . . . upstairs at the Alpha Sig Hilton . . . Nyack in a Kyak . . . the able-bodied seaman . . . the green avocado . . . Tasas the Greek . . . Marshall ' s return to the human race . . . the three dollar bill . . . Babbles . . . the Baton Rouge broom? Officers, left to right: Samuel Carver, Treasurer; William Gifford, Secretary; Paul O ' Gara, President; Martin Crowson, Vice-President. Jlil ill Alii First Row: Asfiy, A., Basile, R., Bazan, S., Blevins, D.. Bourqeois, St. P., Brady, R., Brown, T., Brumfield, B., Burton, B., Byrne, J., Crowson, M., DeEulis, D., Dunkelberger, P., Edwards, D. Second Row: Evans, G., 226 There ' s an Alpha Sig in every crowd- f 01 Ci o c Fulford, B., Garofalo, P., Gifford, B., Grlzzard, R., Hall, H., Hargrove, R., Heffner, S., Herpich, C, Holden, T., Kahane, D., Knecht, R., Leche, C, LoCicero, J. Third Row: Marshall. W., McLellan. C, McNab, R.. Miller, G., Miller, R., Morgan, B., Nast. J., O ' Gara, P., Serold, R., Sontheimer, R., Sfephens, B., Tassin, P., Traynor, R., Unkauf, J. Fourth Row: VanNostrand, G.. Watts, J., Williams, K.. Worrell, D., Yardley. H. 227 SURE. Chi Phi officers, from left: Mike Britt, Zeta: Bruce Wismar. Alpha; Bil Pepitone. Beta; Neville Mayfield, Gamma. hi(M First Row: Britt, M., Bruckner, H.. Chase. G., Cole, R. D onnellan, T., Haynes, L. Second Row: Hays. C, Long, W., Mayfield, N., Musser, J., Pepitone, W., Scanio, T. Third Row: Simon, J., Taormina, T., Thomas. B., Van Gilder, M., Wicks. C, Wismar, B. 228 Chi plii colony You mean he saw Neville and he still wants to pledge? . . . Chuck joined the Liberals Club? . . . Well, at least this time we finished half of the keg . . . We need forty men for a soccer squad ... All right, gang, get on your crutches and hlOLD THAT LINE! . . . Look, the casualty list is being posted . . . No, I will not drive to Belle Chasse . . . Quick, act like a girl — we need a date . . . Queen Mother? . . . All right. Max, give the kid his kite . . . Fine him for being in coat and tie . . . This is a Softball, men . . . Did he say head of crayfish? . . . Father Downs will now deliver a sermon on the evils of drinking . . . Gee, is that a funny lookin ' sand castle . . . Take off my what? Bruce has musically inclined toes . . . But John invited us, really . . . We have the strength of SAE because our hearts are pure . . . Call him collect, he ' s a fraternity brother . . , And now for our next miracle . . .! £ iMM A dated Chi Phi gathering. 229 EDITORS: Diane Dallas, Woody Norwood STAFF: Gail Christian, Dee McMillin, Janet MacDonald Gerson, Neil Howard, Karen Ci- ' ■ i! «V 1 - it:t3ri pE-ii K»fff ' ■■ ts- rif:3iif«? ' ■-, t B ■ - ' -. " r ..J-ii-J!r? IMI ' .» s ' ..i «. PS - I ! ■ ' ■ Ijk ' Kvi! --- Dr. Herberl Longenecker, President of Tulane University £ {$ fm ■ n " 1 ' ■ H 1 ' B Iv 1 _ board of administrators Darwin S. Fenner, President Front Row: Clifford F. Favrof, Mrs. Georqe M. SnelHnqs, Jr.. Darwin S. Fenner, Joseph McCIoskey, Ashton Phelps. Middle Row: Edoar B. Stern, Jr., hlarry B. Kelleher, Sam Israel, Jr., Lester J, Lautenschlaeqer, Jacob S. Landry, Gerald L. Andrus. Back Row: Georqe A. Wilson, Leon Irwin, Jr., Richard W. Freeman, Isidore Newman, II, Joseph W. Montqomery, Arthur L. Jung, Jr. 235 officers of administration Edward A. Roqqe, Director of Admissions Clarence Scheps, Executive Vice President Endicott A. Batchelder, Director of Student Records and Regisfra- tlon Beatrice M. Field, Alumni Activities Berry Becnel, Director of Junior Year Abroad Program Fred R. Caqle, Vice President for Insti- tutional Development Arthur J. RIopelle, Director of the Delta Reqfonal Primate Research Center Joseph C. Morris, Vice President E. Lee hloffman, Director of Financial Aid Jesse B. Morgan, Business Manager and Comptroller Dorothy Daspit, Academic Advisor to Freshmen 237 Dorothy J. Dale, Secretary of Adn Elnar N. Pedersen, Director, Unlversil7 Center Dr. Paul Trlcke+t, Director, University Health Service Dr. Karlem RIess, Advisor to Fraternities Penny Hulse, Budget Secretary 238 student life John H. Stibbs, Dean of Students at Tulane. Dorothy N. Ricciuti, Newcomb Counselor to Women. 239 division of student lite Rix N. Yard, Director of Athletics, 240 Wilton McCay. Jr., Associate Dean of Students Samuel McNeely, Jr., Director, International Office Edilla Kolb, Administrative Assistant Aqatha Newitt, Cultural Acfivlfles Hodding Carter, Advisor to Publications. Leiand Bennett, Assistant Director, University Center. Robert Scruton, Director, Security Charles D. Hounshell, Dean 242 nev fcomb college ' -. •. %. !■. ' 243 First Row: ELLEN IRENE ABRAMS, Miami Beach, Florida; J.Y.A.; Oreades; International League; English Society; History So- ciety. SALPI ADROUNY, New Orleans, La.; J.Y.A.; Scholars Fellows; Tulane Band. ELLEN ANN AGRESS, Miami, Florida; Scholars Fellows; Greenbackers; Recreation Committee; President of Alpha Epsilon Phi; Sweetheart of Alpha Epsilon Pi. Second Row: CAROL AIROV, Atlanta, Georgia; Scholars Fellows; Treasurer of Alpha Epsilon Phi. PILAR A. ALAVA, Guayaquil, Ecuador. JILL BETH ALBERSTADT, New Orleans, La.; Dean ' s List; A Cappella Choir; Fine Arts Committee; Secretary of Phi Mu. Third Row: ANGELA ALTMAN, Thomasvile, Georgia; Newcomb Pan- Hellenic Council; Dean ' s List; Hlllel; Lyceum Committee; Music Committee; Proiect Opportunity; Young Democrats; President of Sigma Delta Tau. SUSAN ANDERSON, Montgomery, Alabama; Big Sisters; Vice President of Alpha Delta Pi. DIANE LYNN ANDREWS, Dallas, Texas; President and Vice President of Art School; Vice President of Campus Night; Faculty Fine Arts Committee; Newcomb Tennis Team; Pi Beta Phi. Fourth Row: ANGELA BASILE, New Orleans, La.; Kappa Delta Pi; Al- pha Delta Pi. ANNA ALETA BAUGH, West Memphis, Arkansas; Home- coming Court, 1965; House Council; Inner Council; Hos- pitality Committee; Commander Angel Flight; President of Chi Omega. LINDA J. BERGER, Miami Beach, Florida; La Tertulia, Do- bro Slovo. First Row: MICHELLE ANDREE BOISSEAU, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Newcomb Student Council: President of Music Department; Honor Board; Chairman, 1966 Fine Arts Festival; Mortar Board; Student-Faculty Committee; Hospitality Committee; Big Sister. CELESTE H. BRADHAM, Conroe, Texas; Kappa Alpha Theta. BARBARA BRIGHAM, Carbondale, Illinois; Kappa Alpha Theta. Second Row: CAROL SUE BUCHALTER, Memphis, Tennessee; Dean ' s List; Scholars Fellows; French Government Scholarship; Pan Hellenic Scholarship Award; J.Y.A.; Mortar Board: Chi Beta; House Council; Inner Council; Student Faculty Com- mittee on Student Welfare: Fine Arts Committee; Lyceum Committee; Sigma Delta Tau. PAMELA BUCHANAN, New Board; Sailing Club; Pi Beta Phi. CAROLYN CONOVER BUSH, Beta; Padohad; Senior Advisor. Orleans, La.; Executive Edmond, Oklahoma; Tri Third Row: MARY KINLOCH BUSH, New Orleans, La.; La Tertulia; Pi Beta Phi. MARCIA MARY GALLERY, New Orleans, La.; Sailing Club; Alpha Omicron Pi. BETTY JEAN CAMPBELL. Columbus, Texas; Greenbackers; Secretary of Hospitality Committee: Secretary of Chi Omega. Fourth Row: HOLLY ANN CHETTA, New Orleans, La. LUCILLE ANN CIUS, North Miami Beach, Florida; House Council; Treasurer of Inter-Faith Council: Vice President of Newman Club: " Hullabaloo " Staff; Sailing Club. BETTINA CONDOS, Dallas, Texas. nev fcomb seniors First Row: DOROTHY VERONICA CONNELL, New Orleans, La.; Eta Sigma Phi; Scholars Fellows; Editor, " Tiresian " ; President, Oreades; Pan Fiellenic Council; Treasurer. Mortar Board; Chi Beta; Phi Mu. MARTHA AMANDA CRENSHAW, Greenvile, Alabama. MARY NELSON CRILLY, Belleville, Illinois; President, New- comb Resident Student Government; Elections Committee, Tulane Student Council; Newcomb Student Council; Dean ' s List; Pi Sigma Alpha; Honor Board; Assets; Angel Flight; Spirit Council; Kappa Alpha Theta. Second Row: SUZANNE LAURA DANILSON, New Orleans, La.; Alpha Omicron Pi. O. ANN DAVIS, Midwest City, Oklahoma; J.Y.A.; Kappa Alpha Theta. RITA LYNN DAVIS, Nashville, Tenn.; J.Y.A.; Alpha Epsilon Phi. Third Row: MARY ANGELO DeLONY, Florence. Alabama; inner Council; Butler House Council; Vice President, Teacher Education Association; Rush Chairman of Chi Omega. MARYWILL V. DENT, Louisville, Kentucky; President, Tu- lanians; V.P.A. Staff, University Center Board. MARY BETH DEPUE, Clinton, Iowa; U.C. Music Commit- tee; Barracudas; Chi Omega. Fourth Row: CAROLINE PAGE DICKEY, Ft. Worth, Texas; Newcomb Pan Hellenic Council; Greenbackers; Angel Flight; Alpha Omicron Pi. CHARLOTTE DORFMAN, Houston, Texas; Tulanians. SALLY DABNEY DUPUY, New Iberia, La.; House Council; Free Speech Committee; Lagniappes Committee; Green- backers; Fine Arts Committee; Hospitality Committee; Young Republicans; Campus Night; JAMBALAYA Staff; Tulane Information Service: Pi Beta Phi. 245 1 First Row: NANCY ELIZABETH EASTON, Peoria, Illinois; Treasurer of Newcomb Pan Hellenic Council; Tri Beta; Fine Arts Com- mittee; Alpha Omicron Pi. MARSHA KAYE EDELMAN, Dallas, Texas; Scholars Fel- lows; Tri Beta; J.Y.A.; Hillel; Fine Arts Committee. ELLEN BLOWNSTINE ELLIS, New Orleans, La.; Scholars Fellows; Tri Beta; Chi Beta; Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Delta Pi. Second Row: MARTINA ELLIS, Amite, La.; Kappa Alpha Theta. LINDA EUSTIS, New Orleans, La.; Alpha Omicron Pi. LORAINE JULIA EVANS, Memphis, Tennessee. Third Row: NANCY D. FINSTEN, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Scholars Fellows; Chi Beta; J.Y.A.; Fine Arts Committee. ELIZABETH FLOYD, New Orleans, La.; Chi Beta; La Ter- tulia; Chi Omega. MADELINE FUREY, Eustis, Florida; Scholars Fellows; Dean ' s List; J.Y.A.; Angel Flight; Kappa Alpha Theta. Fourth Row: NANCY GALEF, White Plains, New York; Student Council; House Council; Chairman, Newcomb Food Committee; Hil- lel; Music Committee; Cosmopolitan Committee; Sigma Delta Tau. DIANA LYNN GARCIA, New Orleans, La. KRISTEN E. GEHRKIN, New Orleans, La.; Newman Club; Pi Beta Phi. 246 nev fcomb seniors First Row: SUSAN H. GOLD, Alexandria, La.; President, Newcomb Senior Class; Student Council; ODK Leadership Confer- ence: Honor Board: Secretary, Angel Flight; Head Cheer- leader; Spirit Council; Greenbackers; La Tertulia; Student- Faculty Committee; Homecoming Committee; Lagniappes Committee; Alpha Epsilon Phi. MARY ANN GREEN, New Orleans, La.; Dean ' s List; Green- backers; Cosmopolitan Committee; Alpha Delta PI. PATRICIA GREENE. Little Rock, Arkansas: Scholars Fel- lows: Johnston House Council; Alpha Omicron Pi. Second Row: BETSY GROVER, Montgomery, Alabama; Tri Beta. GINGER GUMA, New Orleans, La.; Chairman, Fine Arts Committee; U.C. Board; Vice President, Tulane University Theatre; A Cappella Choir; Tulane Chamber Choir; Fresh- ma-n Talent Show; Alpha Delta Pi. BEVERLY E. HAMMOND, Columbus, Georgia; Hospitality Committee; Vice President of Kappa Kappa Gamma. Third Row: VICTORIA HAMMOND, New Orleans, La.; Pi Beta Phi. LAURA MASSIE HAYES, Abbeville, La.; Chi Omega. ANNABELLE HEBERT. New Orleans, La.; Padohad Com- mittee; Barracudas: Angel Flight: Kappa Kappa Gamma. Fourth Row: REBECCA HENDERSON, Montgomery, Alabama. ANN HERNDON, Dallas, Texas; Scholars Fellows; Tulane Orchestra; Kappa Alpha Theta. MARY K. HINCHEY, San Antonio, Texas; House Council; Inner Council; Greenbackers; Chi Omega. nbacke greenbackers Padohad; TertuHa. Dean ' s List; Secretary of Junior Class A Cap- Texas; G ' endy First Row: ANN HINKLE, Midland, Texe Art Club; Pi Beta Phi. LINDA L. HOWELL, Springdale. Arkansas; La JUDITH ELLEN HULL, Washington, D.C.; Greenbackers; Newman Club; Cheerleader; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Second Row: MARILY HUMPHREYS, Arlington, Tennessee; Treasurer; Fine Arts Committee; Music Committee pella Choir; Secretary of Alpha Omicron Pi. DOLLIANN MARGARET HURTIG, New Orleans, La.; Pa- dohad Committee; Homecoming Finalist: Vice President of Alpha Omega Pi. ANNA MARIE HUTCHISON, Houston, Burke Debating Society; Pi Sigma Alpha. Third Row: JUDY ANNE JACKSON, New Orleans, La. ELIZABETH ANN JAQUET, Mexico City, Mexico; Dean ' s List; Greenbackers; Angel Flight; Project Opportunity; La Tertulia; Kappa Kappa Gamma. SARAH E. JOHNSON, Tampa, Florida; Scholars Fellows; Vice President of Newcomb Athletic Council; Cosmopolitan Committee: Canterbury Club; Vice President, Phi Mu. Fourth Row: LOUISE STEWART KEPPER, New Orleans, La. KAREN B. KILLICK, Corpus Christi, Texas; Angel Flight; Pi Beta Phi. PAULA MARIE KING, Shaker Heigths, Ohio; " Hullabaloo " ; Fine Arts Committee; Modern Dance Club. First Row: JERRI C, KIRBY, Clearwater, Florida; Student Council Com- mittee; Greenbackers; Tulane University Theatre; Young Republican Club; Newman Club; Campus Night. JANET COHEN KOPPEL, Savannah, Georgia; Dean ' s List; Lagniappes; Oreades; Pauline Tulane Beauty Court; Alpha Epsilon Phi. PEGGY ANN KOTTWITZ, Houston, Texas; Dean ' s List; Spotllghters; Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Epsilon Phi. Second Row: LINDA BETH KRIGER, Memphis. Tennessee; Hospitality Committee; Sigma Delta Tau. MICKEY KRONSBERG, Charleston, South Carolina; Secre- tary, Tulane University Theatre; Campus Night; Vice Presi- dent, Sigma Detta Tau. LORITA ELAINE LAGIGLIA, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Scho- lars Fellows; J.Y.A. Third Row: CYNTHIA ANN LAMBERT, New Orleans, La.; Alpha Delta Pi. LYNDA SUE LANE. Cincinnati, Ohio; Greenbackers; Spot- lighters; Sigma Delta Tau. NANCY JEAN LAWLEY, Summit, New Jersey; Hospitality Committee; Spanish Club; Kappa Alpha Theta. Fourth Row: SANDY LASSEN, New Orleans, La.; La Tertulia; Pan Hel- lenic Council; Hillel; Spotlighters; Student Directory; Sigma Delta Tau. SUSAN LEFTWICH, Nashville, Tennessee; Freshman Class President; Greenbackers; Alpha Epsilon Phi. CAROL HERNDON LINDHOLM, Dallas, Texas; Scholars Fellows; Angel Flight; Kappa Alpha Theta. First Row: SHARON HUNTER LINGHAM, Lowndesboro, Alabama; La Tertulia; Sailing Club. BARBARA ELYSE LOSSE, Shelby, North Carolina; Scholars Fellows; " Tiresian " Staff; La Tertulia; A Cappella Choir; Pi Sigma Alpha. ANN KATHERINE MACKIE, New Orleans, La.; Pi Beta Phi. Second Row: KATHLEEN MAGINNIS, Covington, La. SUZANNE MARIE MAGINNIS, New Orleans, La.; Chair- man, Newcomb Orientation; Staff of the Vice President for Administration, University Center Board; Senate University Affairs Committee; Who ' s Who; Greenbackers; Spotlight- ers; Sailing Club; Tennis Club; Barracudas; JAMBALAYA Staff; Newman Club; Pi Beta Phi. ANNE W. S. MacNEIL, Princeton, New Jersey: La Tertulia; Canterbury Club; Tulane A Cappella Choir. Third Row: VIRGINIA WOOD MacMANUS, New York. New York; J.Y.A. ; Psl Chi; Kappa Alpha Theta. SHARON LOUISE MANLEY, Midwest City, Oklahoma; Scholars Fellows; Chi Beta: Psl Chi; Lyceum Committee; Cosmopolitan Committee; Alpha Delta Pi. NANCY G. MARKS. Memphis, Tennessee; Greenbackers; Student Information Service; Barracudas; Pep Band; Lagni- appes; Hospitality Committee; Transfer from University of Wisconsin; Alpha Epsilon Phi. Fourth Row: SUSAN MARLAND, Jackson, Mississippi; Who ' s Who; Commander, Angel Flight; Vice President, Pi Beta Phi. CATHERINE MAUNSELL, New Orleans. La.: Pi Beta Phi. GAYLE PHYLLIS MAXWELL, Miami, Florida; President, Trl Beta; Oreades. 248 newcomb seniors First Row: MADELINE ANN MAYORAL, New Orleans, La.; Newman Club; Barracudas; Spo+lighters; Sailing Club; Orientation Big Sister; Alpha Delta Pi. JANET E. McDonald, Logansport, La.; Dean ' s List; Sec- retary, Inter-Faith Council; Greenbackers; Secretary. Kappa Alpha Theta. ANN ELIZABETH McMACKIN, Salem, Illinois; Scholars Fellows; President, Doris Hall; Tulane Student Senate; New- comb Student Council: hlouse Council; Inner Council; hionor Board; Mortar Board; Greenbackers; Ann Gill Memorial Award; Secretary, Kappa Alpha Theta. Second Row: DIANA LYNN MELSON, Miami, Florida; Scholars Fel- lows; Managing Editor, ' Hullabaloo " ; Music Committee; J.Y.A.; A Cappella Choir; Madrigal Choir. ERICA CHRISTINE METZ, New Orleans, La.; Scholars Fellows; Chi Beta; Assets; Associate Editor, " Hullabaloo " ; Greenbackers; President, Alpha Delta Pi. JULIE MEYER, New Orleans, La.; Tulane University Thea- tre; Campus Night; Barracudas; Greenbackers; Pi Beta Phi. Third Row: DANA MINDLIN, Kansas City, Missouri; Newcomb Student Council; Chairman, Critical Evaluations Committee; " Hulla- baloo " Cartoonist. MARLENE MIRKES, Dallas, Texas; Hospitality Committee; Sweetheart of Phi Kappa Sigma. MARY MOFFITT, New Orleans, La.; Scholars Fellows. 249 First Row: JEANNINE MOLLERE, Metalrie. La.; Commodores; New- man Club; Secretary, Alpha Omicron Pi. MARIE LOUISE MONNOT, Norco, La.; Tri Beta; House Council; Sailing Club; Recreation Committee; Newcomb Choir; Alpha Omicron Pi, BETSY MONROE, New Orleans, La.; Alpha Omicron Pi. Second Row: MAGGIE MOORE, Marietta. Oklahoma; Treasurer, Senior Class; House Council; Treasurer, Commodores: Barracudas; Padohad; Campus Night; Vice President of Greenbackers; Kappa Kappa Gamma. ANNE H. MORRIS, Midland, Texas; Orientation Big Sister; Phi Kappa Sigma Sweetheart Court; Treasurer, Chi Omega. MADELAINE JANE MOSER, DeKalb, Texas; Omicron Delta Kappa; Secretary, Senior Class; House Council; Vice Presi- dent for Public Relations, University Center Board; Green- backers; Hospitality Chairman, University Center Program; Secretary, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Third Row: MOLLY AVERY MULLINS, West Palm Beach, Florida; House Council; Army R.O.T.C. Sponsor; Campus Night; Tulanians; A Cappella Choir; Madrigal Choir; Alpha Delta PI. R. NINA MURRAY, Edgerton, Wisconsin; Tulane Student Council; President, Butler House; Inner Council; House Council; Public Relations Committee; Big Sister; President, Kappa Alpha Theta. SUSAN NAGLE, Dallas, Texas; House Council; Angel Flight; Tulanians; A Cappella Choir; Campus Night; Kappa Alpha Theta. Fourth Row: LUCILLE MARIE NOBILE, New Orleans, La. MARGIE NOLAN, New Orleans, La.; Tulane Student Coun- cil; Secretary, Newcomb Student Council; President, Fresh- man Class; Assets; Honor Board; Athletic Council; Student Activities Board; Music Committee; Greenbackers; Barra- cudas; Angel Flight; Newman Club; Tennis Club; Pi Beta Phi. CLEMENCE E. O ' KELLY, New Orleans, La.; J.Y.A. First Row: KAREN ANN OSER, New Orleans, La.; J.Y.A.; Alpha Omi- cron Pi. SHERYL HAMILTON PARKER, Manning, South Carolina. ELIZABETH ANN PATTERSON, Vicksbu_rg, Mississippi: Kappa Alpha Theta. Second Row: JUDITH E. PEABODY, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida: Padohad Committee: Alpha Omicron Pi. ALOHA LINDA PEREZ, Maracaibo, Venezuela. KAREN PILLOW, Mavattico, Virginia: Sailing Club: Spot- lighters. Third Row: RUTH BABETTE POLLARD, Chattanooga, Tennessee: Fine Arts Committee: JAMBALAYA: Rush Chairman, Alpha Ep- silon Phi. BETTE PRESCOTT, New Orleans, La.; Oreades; Inter-Faith Council; Wesley Foundation: Phi Mu. LINDA LEE PRUSOFF, Miami, Florida: Scholars Fellows: Chi Beta: J.Y.A.; Mortar Board. Fourth Row: JUDY RACIVITCH, New Orleans, La.; Dean ' s List; Kappa Delta Pi; Sweetheart Court, Alpha Sigma Phi; Hospitality Qommittee; Newman Club; President, Alpha Delta Pi. NANCY RAILING, Dallas, Texas; Pi Sigma Alpha: Hos- pitality Committee; Greenbackers; Big Sister; Pi Beta Phi. MARKY READ, New Orleans, La.; Hospitality Committee; Kappa Kappa Gamma. newcomb seniors First Row: JEAN ADELIA RICKERT, Rockville Centre, New York; Pres- ident, Westminster Fellowship; Secretary, Inter-Faith Coun- cil; Senior Advisor. MARY ELIZABETH RISER, Laplace, La.: Secretary, Tulane Student Body: Newcomb Student Council; Mortar Board; Assets; Vice President, Chi Omega. ELAINE CUELLAR ROBILIO, Dallas, Texas; Dean ' s List; Chi Beta; La Tertulia; Mortar Board; JAMBALAYA; Music Committee; Secretary, Greenbackers; Cheerleader; Big Sister: Kappa Kappa Gamma. Second Row: LYNNE-DONNA ROCKER, Dallas, Texas; Scholars Fel- lows; Dean ' s List; Mortar Board; Who ' s Who; Chairman, Music Committee: Vice President, Young Democrats; " Hul- labaloo " - Secretary, Pi Sigma Alpha; Sigma Delta Tau. MARY FAYETH ROSSITER, New Orleans, La.; Secretary- Treasurer, Sailing Club; A Cappella Choir. BETTY JO SALERNO, Houston, Texas. Third Row: HELEN LOUISE SCHNEIDAU, New Orleans, La.; Alpha Omicron Pi. MAJORIE SCHWARTZBEK. Clearwater, Florida; Scholars Fellows; La Tertulia; Pi Mu Epsilon; Inner Council; House Council; Honor Board: Treasurer, Kappa Alpha Theta. JOANNE SELIKOFF, Montgomery, Alabama; Scholars Fellows: J.Y.A.; Alpha Epsilon Delta; La Tertulia; Commo- dores: Big Sister; Alpha Delta Pi. Fourth Row: DEBBY SHAPIRO, Shreveport, La.; Scholars Fellows; Presi- dent, Mortar Board: Newcomb Student Council: Student- Faculty Committee; Hillel; Sigma Delta Tau. SANDRA SHARPE, Texarkana, Arkansas; Inner Council; House Council; Barracudas; Pi Beta Phi. NINA SHAW, New Orleans, La.: La Tertulia; President, Pi Beta Phi. hirst Row: WINNIE J. SHREVE, Winter Park, Florida; Scholars Fel- lows; Tri Beta; House Council; Commodores; Cosmopolitan Committee; Hospitality Committee; Greenbackers. LAURA SIMON, Memphis, Tennessee; Oreades; Campus Night; Free Speech Committee; Hospitality Committee; Arab Club; Fine Arts Committee; Barracudas; Alpha Epsilon Phi. LESLEY SMITH, New Orleans, La.; Canterbury Club; Young Republicans; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Second Row: NILDA M. SOLER, San Juan, Puerto Rico; Cosmopolitan Comm ittee. BEVERLEY BRUCE SPEARS, Indianapolis, Indiana; Mortar Board; J.Y.A.; Inner Council; House Council; Hospitality Committee; Sailing Club; Chi Omega. SYLVIA STAPLES, Alexandria, La.; Scholars Fellows; Dean ' s List; Mortar Board; Chi Beta; Who ' s Who; President, Honor Board; Angel Flight; Chi Omega. Third Row: SUSAN INGRID STAUB, Wichita, Kansas; Student Council; President, Athletic Council; Who ' s Who; Student Welfare Committee; Alpha Epsilon Phi. ANN ELIZABETH STEPHENS, Atlanta, Georgia; Chi Omega. MARY STEWART, New Orleans, La. Fourth Row: NANCY GAY STEWART, Conroe, Texas; Project Oppor- tunity; Secretary, Kappa Kappa Gamma. SANDY STILLMAN, Denver. Colorado: President, Alpha Epsilon Phi. MARY NOBLES SUMNER, Hattiesburg, Missisippi; Who ' s Who; President, Assets; House Council; Angel Flight; Chi Omega. newcomb seniors First Row: MARTHA TRICKEY, Ft. Worth, Texas; Pan Hellenic Coun- cil; Greenbackers; Sponsor, A.R.O.T.C.; President, Alpha Omicron Pi. DIANA LEE UMLAUF, Arlington, Virginia; Spotlighters; Padohad Committee; Greenbackers; Alpha Omicron Pi. GINGER VILLEMEZ, Kaplan, La.; Scholars Fellows; Pi Mu Epsilon; Dean ' s List; Chi Beta; Secretary, Junior Class; Vice President, Senior Class; Historian, Mortar Board; Personnel Evaluations Committee; Public Relations Committee; Newcomb Chapel Chairman; Navy Court; Secretary, Pi Beta Phi. Second Row: SALLY VINER, San Antonio, Texas; President, Newcomb Student Body; Student Council; Junior Class President; Honor Board; Sophomore Class Vice President: Student- Faculty Welfare Committee; Oreades; Assets; Greenback- ers; Lagniappes; Alpha Epsilon Phi. BONNIE ANN VIOSCA, New Orleans, La.; Newman Club; Sailing Club; Recreation Committee; Alpha Delta Pi. ANDREA MARGOT VOGEL, Seattle, Washington; Editor, " Hullabaloo " ; Pi Sigma Alpha; Stern Internship in State and Local Government; Project Opportunity; Sailing Club. Third Row: SUSAN ANN WADICK, New Orleans, pa Kappa Gamma. LINDA WALTMAN, Shreveport, La.; J.Y.A.; Chi Beta; Psi Chi; Hillel. BEATRIX Z. WEINBERG, Potomac, Maryland; J.Y.A. Sigma Alpha; Young Democrats; Sigma Delta Taa. Fourth Row: JUDITH ELIZABETH WEINBERG, Boonton, New Jersey. CAROL ELIZABETH WELCH, Houston, Texas; Who ' s Who; Assets; Vice President, Newcomb Student Body; Student Council; Honor Board; House Council; Student-Faculty Committee; Newman Club; Pi Beta Phi. TEDI WIEDERHOLD, St. Petersburg, Florida; Hospitality Committee; Greenbackers; House Council. La.; President, Kap- Scholars Fellows; Pi First Row: GLORIA ANN WILBERT, New Orleans, La.: President, Tu- lane Education Association: Music Committee: Campus Night: Phi Mu. TATYANA EUSTIS WILLIAMS, New Orleans, La.: Scholars Fellows: Psi Chi: Tri Beta: Wesley Foundation: Alpha Omi- cron Pi. DELIA SUE WIMBERLY, Gulfport, Mississippi; Kappa Kap- pa Gamma. Second Row: CATHERINE JOSEPHINE YOUNG, New Orleans, La. JULIA GAY YUILL, Washington, D.C.; Pan Hellenic Coun- cil: Sponsor, A.R.O.T.C: Miss Pauline Tulane Beauty Court: Kappa Kappa Gamma. JUDITH ZIMMERMAN, Thibodaux, La.: Kappa Alpha Theta. 253 newcomb undergraduates First Row: MARCiA ABRAMSON, Shreveport, La.; Freshman JUDY ACKERMAN, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Freshman SUSAN ADLER, Dallas, Texas; Freshman MARY MARGARET ABBOT, New Orleans, La.; Junior BETTY ABERCROMBIE, Baton Rouge, La.; Junior First Row: GABRIELLA ARMSTRONG, Rome, Italy; Junior KAY ARMSTRONG, West Monroe, La.; Freshman LUCY ARRINGTON, Montgomery, Alabama; Freshman ADELE S. ARTHUR, New Orleans, La.; Freshman MERLE ASHLEY, Chattanooga, Tennessee; Sophomore Second Row: SONIA ADROUNY, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore ANNE KATHERINE AFFOLTER, Baton Rouge, La.; Junior LESLIE JANE AINSWORTH, New Orleans, La.; Freshman SUZANNE ALDIGE, Metairle, La.; Freshman JAN ALEXANDER, Houston, Texas; Junior Third Row: LINDA ALEXANDER, Dallas, Texas; Junior JACKIE ALFANDARI, Manhasset, New York; Sophomore DALE ALLEE, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore GERE LYNNE ALLISON, Nashville, Tennessee; Sophomore NAT M. ALLISON, New Orleans, La.; Junior Fourth Row: HELENE L AMES, Coral Gables, Florida; Junior GRETCHEN ANNE AMRHEIN, New Orleans, La.; Freshman SHERRY ANDERSON, Lake Charles, La.; Freshman CHRISTIANS ANDERSSON, New Orleans, La.; Freshman CHARLOHE ANDRY, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore Second Row: CORKY AVNER, Lake Charles, La.; Sophomore BARBARA ANN BACKUS, Paducah, Kentucky; Sophomore MARY HUTCHESON BADER, Lookout Mountan, Tennessee; Sophomore JERRYE BAEHR, New Orleans, La.; Junior MELISSA G. BAILEY, Demopolis, Alabama; Sophomore Third Row: SALLY BALCH, Chanute, Kansas; Junior REID BARKERDING, New Orleans, La.; Junior ' REBECCA BARNETT, Dallas, Texas; Sophomore LYNN BASS, Miami, Florida; Freshman LAURA BAYON, Natchez, Mississippi; Junior Fourth Row: NONA BEAR, Pensacola, Florida; Freshman DARLENE ELISE BEDLE, Matawan, New Jersey; Sophomore LINDA ELIZABETH BEK, Cocoa Beach, Florida; Sophomore MARILYN BELL, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Sophomore MARY BERANEK, State College, Pennsylvania; Sophomore Fifth Row: SUSAN ANDRY, New Orleans, La.; Junior QUEALY ANTIN, Hammond, La.; Junior BARBARA ANTIS, Crowley, La.; Freshman DEBBY ARMBRUST, Houston, Texas; Freshman ANN ARMITAGE, New Orleans, La.; Junior Fifth Row: PEGGY BERCK, Gulf Breeze, Florida; Freshman ARLENE JULIET BERGEY, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore SUZANNE BERMAN, Coral Gables, Florida; Sophomore EDIE MARIE BERO, New Orleans, La.; Freshman NORMA LYNN BERRY, Nashville, Tennessee; Freshman 254 First Row: IRIS BESSER, Montgomery, Alabama; Freshman DELIA BETHELL. Ft. Smith, Arkansas; Junior SUSAN BISFHOP, Youngstown, Ohio; Junior LEN BLACKSHEAR, Montgomery, Alabama; Sophomore VICKI BLANCHARD, South Pasadena, California; Sophomore Second Row: SANDY BOONSTRA, Mexico, D.F.; Sophomore BRENDA BOYD, East Point, Georgia; Freshman CYNTHIA BLATT, Columbus, Ohio; Freshman JANICE BIENN, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore EVELYN BORDELON, Amarillo, Texas; Freshman Third Row: MARGARET JO BORLAND, Baton Rouge, La.; Freshman MARIE ADELE BOURGEOIS, Thibodaux, La.; Junior NANCY BRADFORD, New Orleans, La.; Freshman FRANCES ALETHEA BRAGG, Arlington, Tennessee; Junior BETH BRANCH, Dallas, Texas; Freshman Fourth Row: CHERI BRASHEAR, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Freshman MINIA BREMENSTUL, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore FRANCES BREWER, Charleston, Miissouri; Sophomore BEVERLY BRICKMAN, Waco, Texas; Freshman MARY BRIDGES, Hinsdale, Illinois; Sophomore Fifth Row: SUZANNE BRIGNAC, New Orleans, La.; Junior CAROL H. BROWN, Houston, Texas; Junior DEBBIE BROWN, Greenville, South Carolina; Sophomore MARY BROWNFIELD, Ft. Worth, Texas; Sophomore LOIS E. BRYNES, Schenectady, New York; Freshman Sixth Row: ANN BUCARO, New Orleans, La.; Junior MARTHA BURCK, New Orleans, La.; Freshman KATHRYN BURDIN, Lafayette, La.; Sophomore MEG BURNS, Bellaire, Texas; Sophomore HEATHER LEE BUTLER, Ft. Wayne, Indiana; Freshman Seventh Row: ANN BUTTERFIELD, Lookout Mountain, Tennessee; Sophomore NAN BYORUM, Kansas City, Missouri; Junior LORRAINE CAFFERY, Franklin, La.; Junior ANN H. CALFEE, St. Louis, Missouri; Sophomore KATHLEEN CALIX, Decatur, Alabama; Junior !55 ' ' y Newsman Scherer talks to HULLABALOO reporter. First Row: NELL CAMPBELL, Lake Charles, La.; Junior BARBARA CANTOR, Silver Spring, Maryland; Freshman DALE R. CAPLAN, New Orleans, La.; Freshman BARBI CARPENTER, Austin, Texas; Sophomore ALICE CARTER CARROLL, Hattiesburg, Mississippi; Junior Second Row: CYNTHIA CARTALL, Del Rio, Texas: Sophomore HARRIET VANESSA CARTER, Miami. Florida: Sophomore SHERI CARTER, New Orleans, La.; Freshman CAMILLE CASON, Dallas, Texas; Freshman DONNA CHAMBERS, Prairie Village. Kansas; Freshman Third Row: MARGARET CHERRY, Beaumont, Texas; Freshman PENNY L. CHITTiM, Eagle Pass, Texas; Sophomore CATHERINE LOUISE CLAIBORNE, New Orleans, La.; Sopho- more LYNDA MICHELE CLARE. West Hartford, Connecticut; Fresh- man KITTY CLARK, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore Fourth Row: EMILY CLARK, Clarksdale, Mississippi; Sophomore SUSAN CAMPBELL CLARK, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore LOUISE CLARKE, Lake Charles, La.; Freshman BRONSON CLAYTON, Tupelo, Mississippi; Sophomore SUSIE CLAYTON, Cincinnati, Ohio; Freshman Fifth Row: CAROLE CLOSE, New Orleans, La.; Freshman NAN COHEN, Longview, Texas; Sophomore JANE COHN, V est Point, Georgia; Junior JO FRANCES COHN, Omaha, Nebraska: Freshman BECKY COLEMAN, Nashv ' lle, Tennessee; Sophomore Sixth Row: MINA G. COLEMAN, Lake Providence, La.; Junior SUSAN COLEMAN, McGuire AFB, New Jersey; Freshman CHARLOTTE COLLIER, Dallas, Texas; Sophomore CANDIS LYNN COLTRANE, Long Beach, California: Freshman ELLEN LOUISE CONLON, Pensacola, Florida; Sophomore Seventh Row: ALICE PATTON CONROY, Houston, Texas; Sophomore JANE COOK, Meridian, Mississippi; Freshman SANDRA COOK, Tripoli, Libya; Junior JEAN S. COOPER, Huntington, New York; Junior JANE COPELAND, New Orleans, La.; Freshman a n 256 newcomb undergraduates First Row: MARILYN S. COPLIN, Amherst, Massachusetts: Sophomore JULIE COPLON, Thibodaux, La.: Freshman JAMIE LEE COVELL, New Orleans, La.: Jlnior LEE COVERT, Louisville, Kentucky: Freshman JUDY CRAWFORD, Baytown, Texas: Junior First Row: SHERRY DICKENHORST, Monroe, La.: Freshman KATHERINE DIEHL, Memphis, Tennessee: Junior TORI DILLON. Ada. Oklahoma: Freshman CHRISTY DONOHUE, St. Louis, Missouri: Freshman PATRICIA DORAN, Detroit, Michigan: Sophomore Second Row: DEBBIE CROMWELL, New Orleans, La.: Freshman GAY CROWELL, Dallas, Texas: Junior ELAINE CUNNINGHAM, New Orleans, La.: Sophomore MARTHA CURRIE, Wllmot, Arkansas: Freshman NELL CURTIS, New Orleans, La.: Junior Third Row: DIANE C. DALLAS, Denver, Colorado; Sophomore CAROLINE DASPIT, Norfolk, Virginia: Sophomore CAROLYN HIMEL DAVIS, New Orleans, La.: Sophomore MALIN DAVIS, Atlanta, Georgia; Sophomore ST. CLAIRE BYRNE DAVIS, Houston, Texas: Sophomore Fourth Row: VIRGINIA DAVIS, New Orleans, La.; Freshman BETH DAY. Baton Rouge, La.; Junior JANE DEENER, New Orleans, La.: Freshman SUSAN DEES, Durham, North Carolina: Sophomore JOAN DEJEAN, Opelousas, La.: Freshman Fifth Row: MARIE CATERINA DELFAVERO, Nashville, Tennessee; Sopho- more SHERRY DEMUTH, New Orleans, La.: Sophomore LISETTE DERBES, New Orleans, La.: Junior MARYANN DESALVO, Ft. Myers, Florida: Freshman DIANE DESMOND, Manhasset, New York; Sophomore Second Row: DMITRA DOUKAS, Beaumont, Texas; Freshman DOROTHY ANNE DRABEK, Oak Park, Illinois; Freshman SYLVIA DREYFUS, Brookline, Massachusetts; Junior LYNN ELLEN DRIGGERS, Columbia, South Carolina; Freshman JANIS DROPKIN, Hollywood, Florida; Sophomore Third Row: JUDY DRUM, Ft. Smith, Arkansas; Freshman TONETTE DUCHEIN, Baton Rouge, La.; Freshman CARTER DUDLEY, Alexandria. Virginia; Freshman JOAN DUGAS, Scott, La.; Freshman ROBYN DUNDEE, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Sophomore Fourth Row: DIANE MARIE DUNN, Metairie, La.: Junior SUZANNE CHAREST DUPUY, New Orleans, La.: Junior CATHERINE LOVELL DYER, New Orleans, La.; Freshman DUANE EAGAN, New Orleans, La.: Junior BARBARA EDIN, New Orleans, La.; Junior Fifth Row: KIPPY EDMONSON, New Orleans, La.; Junior BERYL ANNE EDWARDS, Ponchatoula, La.; Sophomore DEBBIE EDWARDS, Baytown, Texas: Sophomore SHILA HOPE ELFMON, Fayetteville, North Carolina; Freshman MARGERY ENGEL, Victoria, Texas: Freshman 257 newcomb undergraduates i Q First Row: MARY CHIPLEY ENZOR, Cres+view, Florida; Sophomore EUGENIE ANNE EVERETT, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore PHYLLIS EVONIUK, Gretna, La.; Sophomore BONNIE FALCONER, Dallas, Texas; Freshman NANCY FAUBOIN, Austin, Texas; Junior First Row: KERRY E. FUGE, New Orleans, La.; Junior LAURIE FUGE, New Orleans. La.; Freshman CAROLE NANCY FURMAN, Miami, Florida; Sophomore RACHELLE GALANTI, Atlanta, Georgia; Sophomore PAT GALLOWAY, Signal Mountain, Tennessee; Freshman Second Row: CELESTE FAVRET, Metairie, La.; Sophomore MICHELE ST. CLAIR FAVROT, Baton Rouge. La.; Freshman TAMZON D. FEENEY, San Diego, California; Freshman EILEEN FEHR, New Orleans, La.; Junior KATHY FERGUSON, Charlotte, North Carolina; Junior Second Row: BRIAN GAMBLE, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore LAURIE GARDNER, Oxon Hill, Maryland: Freshman MARION M. GARRARD, Indianola, Mississippi; Junior JANET LEE GARVEY, Ft. Worth, Texas; Freshman CAROL GARVIN, Greenwich, Connecticut; Freshman Third Row: MARION B. FERGUSON, Winter Creek Farm, Kentucky; Soph- omore JUDY FIFE, Marrero, La.; Junior MONA FISHMAN, Long Island, New York; Freshman COURTNEY FLAVIN. Houston, Texas; Freshman MISSI FLEISCHER, New Orleans, La.; Freshman Fourth Row: SYDNEY ANN FLEISCHER, Richmond, Virginia; Sophomore CATHY FLETCHER, Bay Village, Ohio; Freshman ANN FLOWERREE, Portland, Oregon; Sophomore SALLY JO FORE, Richmond, Virginia; Freshman WENDY FOSNER, Westbury, New York; Sophomore Fifth Row: BETSY FOWLER, New Orleans, La.; Junior ELLEN SUE FOX, Mason City, Iowa; Freshman GERALDINE FRICKE, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore BARBARA FRISCHHERTZ, Metairie, La.; Freshman TESSIE FRUGE, Crowley, La.; Sophomore Third Row: NICETTE GENSLER, New Orleans, La.; Freshman GAIL SUE GERSON, Lafayette, La.; Freshman CYRELLE GERSON, Shreveport, La.; Sophomore SANDE GERTH. Shaker Heights, Ohio; Sophomore PAT GIGLIO, New Orleans, La.; Junior Fourth Row: FRANCINE GINDI. New Orleans, La.; Sophomore SHERYL GINGOLD, Birmingham, Alabama; Freshman KATHY GLASSMAN, Shaker Heights, Ohio; Freshman NAN GOHEEN, Paducah, Kentucky; Junior JACQUELINE GOLDBERG, Shreveport, La.; Freshman Fifth Row: CLEM GOLDBERGER, Baton Rouge, La.; Junior LOUISE GOLDMAN, New Orleans, La.; Junior SANDI GOLDSTEIN, Montgomery, Alabama; Junior BRENDA B. GOOCH, New Orleans, La.; Junior MARILYN GOODE, Seymour, Texas; Freshman 258 The Date Game. First Row: SANDRA GOODMAN, Starkville, Mississippi; Freshman NANCY GREENE, San Antonio, Texas; Freshman BARBARA JO GREENWALD, New Orleans, La.; Junior CHERYL LEE GREGORATTL New Orleans, La.; Sophomore MARY GRESHAM, Maxeys, Georgia; Sophomore Second Row: GAYLE ELAINE GRINSTED. Albuquerque, New Mexico; Fresh- man RUTHY GROSSMAN, Corpus Christi, Texas; Junior PATRICIA GUINN, Tyler, Texas; Freshman GWEN GULOTTA, New Orleans, La.; Freshman JUDY GUSKIND, Atlanta, Georgia; Junior Third Row: JULIE INGRAHAM HACKNEY, Hampton, Virginia; Sophomore ANN HALL, Houston, Texas; Sophomore CATHY HALSEY, Old Greenwich, Connecticut; Junior ELIZABETH HALSEY, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore NANCY SUE HAM, Shalimar, Florida; Sophomore Fourth Row: ELIZABETH HANCKES, New Orleans, La.; Junior FIQUET HANNA, Washington, D.C.; Freshman GRETCHEN HANSEN, Covington, La.; Junior JANE E. HARDY, Louisville, Kentucky; Junior JUDY HARDY, Louisville, Kentucky; Junior Fifth Row: CLAUDIA HAROLD, New Orleans, La.; Junior MARY HARRINGTON, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Junior CHERRY HARRIS, Roswell, New Mexico; Junior MARTHA HARRIS, Ada, Oklahoma; Freshman SHARYN HARRIS, San Antonio, Texas; Sophomore Sixth Row: LUCY HARWIG, Dallas, Texas; Freshman BONNY S. HARWOOD, Houston, Texas; Sophomore HELEN HOWER HASKINS, Irvinqton, Alabama; Junior FRANCES HAYS, Apalachicola, Florida; Junior SANDY HEABERLIN, Dallas, Texas; Sophomore Seventh Row: SUSAN HEATHERLY, Baton Rouge, La.; Sophomore DAWN JOYCE HEATON, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Junior ARLENE HECHTER, Miami Beach, Florida; Sophomore JACKIE HECKERT, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore SHERRY HEIDEN, Park Ridge, Illinois; Sophomore 259 First Row: CAROL HENDERSON, Birmingham, Alabama; Junior BECKY HENDRICK, Jachon, Mississippi; Sophomore GRETA HARMAN, Galveston, Texas; Freshman SHELLEY HERMAN, New Orleans, La.; Freshman CAROL JEAN HERMANN, Baton Rouge, La.; Junior Second Row: MARILYN HERMAN, Memphis, Tennessee; Sophomore RITA HEROLD, Shreveport, La.; Junior SUSAN HEWITT, Lubbock, Texas; Sophomore DEANNE HINES, Houston, Texas; Freshman KATHY HICKOK, Darien, Connecticut; Junior Third Row: BARBARA SHAYNE HIRSCH, Alexandria, La.; Sophomore GALEN HOLTSCLAW, Auburndale, Florida; Freshman BETH HOOD, New Orleans, La.; Junior NEIL HOWARD, Chevy Chase, Maryland; Freshman SUZANNA GRACE HUFF, Greenville, South Carolina; Fresh- man Fourth Row: LYDY JO HUGGINS, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore JESSIE HUNTER, Coral Gables, Florida; Freshman KATHY HUTMAN, Baltimore, Maryland; Sophomore MARIE JACQUELINE HYMAN, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore LAURIE IVES, San Antonio, Texas; Junior Fifth Row: BARBARA R. JAMES, Falls City, Nebraska; Sophomore JUDY JENKINS, Metalrie, La.; Sophomore CANDY JOHNSON, Shreveport, La.; Freshman GLENN JOHNSON, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore PEGGY JOHNSON, Alexandria, Virginia; Freshman Sixth Row: MICHELLE JUMONVILLE, Washington, D.C.; Sophomore AUGUSTA KAMIEN, Cleveland, Mississippi; Sophomore MARY HELEN KANE, Atlanta, Georgia; Freshman FRANCI KAPLAN, Tullahoma, Tennessee; Junior INA KAPLAN, Dallas, Texas: Sophomore Seventh Row: WALDA M. KATZ, New Orleans, La.; Junior LAURA JEAN KAUFMAN, Ashdown, Arkansas; Freshman KATE MOULDING KEATING, Greenville, Mississippi; Freshman CONNIE MARY KEELING, Littlefield, Texas; Sophomore DEDE KEEN, Waco, Texas; Freshman 260 newcomb undergraduates First Row: JEAN KEMP, Annis+on, Alabama; Sophomore DEBBIE KENSEL, Houston, Texas; Freshman MARILYN KEY, hlouston, Texas; Freshman RAM KERLEY, Paducah, Kentucky; Sophomore KAREN LYNNE KLINGMAN, New Orleans, La. Sophomore First Row: CHARMAINE LANOIX, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore ANNE STANTON LAVIGNE. New Orleans, La.; Junior SALLY LAWRENCE, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Sophomore LAURIE LEA, Atlanta, Georgia; Freshman SUSAN LEBOW, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Sophomore Second Row: RAGAN KIMBRELL, Greenville, Mississippi; Freshman CHRISTY KING, Atlanta, Georgia; Sophomore SUSAN KING, Atlanta, Georgia; Freshman JEANNE KINSELLA, Westfield, New Jersey; Freshman CATHY KIRGIS, New Orleans, La.; Freshman Third Row: KATHLEEN KIZZIRE, Gulfport, Mississippi; Junior MARCIA KLING, Dayton, Ohio; Freshman SHARON KOZLOWSKI, Maitland, Florida; Sophomore MARCIA KRATISH, Miami Beach, Florida; Sophomore LISA L. KRESSMAN, Trenton, Florida; Freshman Fourth Row: JOYCE ELLEN KROHN, Columbus, Georgia; Sophomore SUZANNE KUHN, New Orleans, La.; Junior LESLIE KURIS, New York, New York; Junior CAROLYN ALICE KUTCHER, Dallas, Texas; Sophomore DARLA KYLE, Galveston, Texas; Freshman Second Row: BRENDA I. LEDER, New Orleans, La.; Junior JUDY ANN LEE, Mobile, Alabama; Freshman ALICE ANN LEICHER, Metairie, La.; Junior MILDRED LEHMANN, Natchez, Mississippi; Freshman MARY ANN LEMLEY, Metairie, La.; Junior . Third Row: SARAH LEE LENOWITZ, Seqvin, Texas; Freshman LENDA LERNER, Memphis, Tennessee; Junior ELLEN LEVIN, Dallas, Texas; Sophomore SUSAN PERRI LEVIN, Beaumont, Texas; Freshman ESTHER FAY LEVINE, North Miami Beach, Florida; Freshman Fourth Row: LIZABETH LEVKOFF, Miami Beach, Florida; Freshman ELLEN LEWIS, Tappahannock, Virginia; Freshman LINDA SUE LEWIS, Margate, New Jersey; Sophomore LESLIE LEWIS, Houston, Texas; Freshman NANCYE ELYSE LEWIS, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Sopho- more Fifth Row: LOUISE TAYLOR KYLE, Baton Rouge, La.; Freshman PAULA LADD, Memphis, Tennessee; Freshman SARAH G. LAIN, New Orleans, La.; Freshman LORRAINE LAKE, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore SUSAN LANGLAND, New Braunfels, Texas; Freshman Fifth Row: SUE LINDSLEY, Dallas, Texas; Sophomore JOAN LISSO, New Orleans, La.; Junior PAULA GAYLE LOBUE, Hammond, La.; Sophomore AIMEE LOCKE, Dallas, Texas; Sophomore BETSY RENAIR LOEB, Morgan City, La.; Freshman 261 nevifcomb undergraduates First Row: LORETTA LOFTUS, Shawnee Mission, Kansas; Freshman JEANNE LONG, hlouston, Texas; Sophomore MARGIE LOWINGER, Highland Park, Illinois; Sophomore ANN LUCKETT, El Paso, Texas; Freshman JANET MACDONELL, Jacksonville Beach, Florida; Freshman Second Row: LYNN MACKIE, New Orleans, La.; Freshman MIDGE MACLEOD. New Orleans, La.; Junior CAROLYN MACOW, Houston, Texas; Sophomore JAMIE E. MALLORY, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore ELLEN TAYLOR MANSON, Lookout Mountain, Te nnessee; Sophomore Third Row: DIANE M. MARTIN, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore MITZI ANN MATHEWS, Tripoli, Libya: Freshman KATY MATTOX, Houston, Texas; Freshman JUDY MARKARIAN, Englewood, New Jersey; Sophomore LINDA MARTIN, Vicksburg, Mississippi; Junior Fourth Row: VAGHAN MAZURSKY, Barnwell, South Carolina; Sophomore MARILYNN MEADOR, Laurel, Mississippi; Freshman JERI MEER, Dallas, Texas; Freshman CAROL MEHLMAN, St. Louis, Missouri; Freshman JANET MELIUS, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore Fifth Row: EVELYN MENGE, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore SUSIE MEYER, St. Louis, Missouri; Freshman MARILYN MEYEROVITZ, Chicago, Illinois; Freshman SANDY MICHAEL, Winston-Salem, North Carolina; Sophomore PAULA C. MICHOLET, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore First Row: KAREN MIDKIFF, Miami, Florida; Freshman KATHY MILLER, New Orleans, La.; Freshman MARIE MILLER, Florence, Alabama; Freshman MANDY MILLER, Scranton, Pennsylvania; Sophomore VYCKE MILLER, Atlanta, Georgia; Freshman Second Row: MELANIE MINTZ, New Orleans, La.; Junior SUSAN MONAGHAN, Overton, Texas; Sophomore CARLA ANN MONROE, New Orleans, La.; Freshman CHARLOTTE MONTAGUE, Lookout Mountain, Tennessee; Freshman LORRAINE de MONTLUZIN, Bay St. Louis, Mississippi; Fresh- man Third Row: FRANN MOORE, Phoenix, Arizona; Sophomore HEATHER MORELAND, Ft. Walton Beach, Horida; Junior MICHAEL ANN MORGAN, Washington, D.C.; Freshman JAN LARUE MORRIS, Louisiana, Missouri; Sophomore ANNA CLARE MORRISON, Pinevllle, La.; Junior Fourth Row: TINKER MORRISON. Austin, Texas; Sophomore CHRISTI MORTENSEN, Mobile, Alabama; Sophomore FRANCES ANNE MOTES, Houston, Texas; Sophomore SHARON KAY MUENCHOW, Houston, Texas; Sophomore JOANN MULLENS, Prairie Village, Kansas; Junior Fifth Row: JANE LESLEY MUNDT, New Orleans, La.; Junior PAULETTE McCaffrey, Allison Park; Pennsylvania; Freshman MICHELE L. McCLURE, Ft. Worth, Texas; Freshman CLAUDIA ELISABETH McDADE, Baton Rouge, La.; Freshman MARY CLARE McENERNY, New Orleans, La.; Junior 262 First Row: HARRIET McFAUL, New Orleans, La.; Freshman KATHY McHUGH, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore LYNN MchlUGH, Nashville, Tennessee; Freshman ANNE MclLHENNY, New Orleans, La.; Junior LEE C. MclNOTSH, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore Second Row: MELINDA McKINNON, Jackson, Mississippi; Sophomore SANDRA ANN McMAHAN, Houston, Texas; Junior GENIE McMillan, Macon, Georgia; Freshman NEEL McNEEL, San Antonio, Texas; Freshman PAULA NEAL, Monroe, La.; Junior Third Row: JOANNE NIRENBERG, Dallas, Texas; Freshman KAY C. W. NOBILE, Chalmette, La.; Freshman SUSIE ELIZABETH NOLAND, Fairhope, Alabama; Sophomore JANIS NORMAN, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore STEFFI O ' BRIEN, Woodville, Texas; Freshman Fourth Row: DE DE O ' KEEFE, Denville, New Jersey; Freshman SUZY ORNSTEIN, Washington, D.C.: Freshman BARBARA SUSAN OSHEFSKY, New Orleans, La.; Freshman PAMELA MARIE ORTEGO, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore LINDA OTIS, Moline, Illinois; Freshman Fifth Row: CLAIRE OPPENHEIMER. San Antonio, Texas; Junior CATHERINE J. PACE. St. Louis, Missouri; Freshman MANEZSO PAIGE, New Orleans, L a.; Junior JANICE NOBLE PARKER, New Orleans, La.; Junior MARY LOUISE PARKER. New Orleans, La.; Freshman Sixth Row: ELLEN S. PASSMAN, Kansas City, Missouri; Sophomore LINDA PATRICK, New Orleans, La.; Freshman PIXIE PATTISON, New Orleans, La.; Freshman CINDY PAYNE, San Antonio, Texas; Freshman ELISABETH PEARSON, Chatanooga, Tennessee; Sophomore Seventh Row: PAT PERKINS, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania; Sophomore SUZANNE PERLMAN, Houston. Texas; Sophomore JANE PETERSON, Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Freshman MARY LYNN PETERSON, Ft. Worth, Texas; Junior SALLY PIAN, Dallas, Texas; Freshman 263 First Row: NANCY PiCARD, Birmingham, Alabama; Freshman MARGARET ANN POLCHOW, Metairle La.; Junior KRIS POTTHARST, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore SUSAN PRAGER, Houston, Texas; Freshman ELLEN PRESSBURG, Baton Rouge, La.; Freshman Second Row: ROSIE PRIETO, New Orleans, La.; Freshman CHARLENE LOUISE PROSSER, Baton Rouqe, La.; Freshman MARY MAL IN PROSSER, Baton Rouge, La.; Sophomore PENNY PUGH, Monroe, La.; Freshman WINSTON WENDT PURVIS, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore Third Row; BARBARA ELIZABETH PYLE, Pauls Valley, Oklahoma; Sopho- more JEFFI QUALE, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Freshman LINDA HERMA RABINOWITZ, Houston, Texas; Freshman SUZANNE RADER, St. Louis, Missouri; Sophomore SARA RAHAIM, Laurel, Mississippi; Freshman Fourth Row: BROOKE RAY, Chattanooga, Tennessee; Freshman MARION ELIZABETH RAUERS, Savannah, Georgia; Freshman ANDIE RAVINETT, Memphis, Tennessee; Junior CAROLYN READ, New Orleans, La.; Freshman SALLIE KATE READ, St. Stephen, South Carolina; Sophomore Fifth Row: SUSAN LOUISE READ, New Orleans, La.; Junior BETH REDMOND, Harrison, New York; Freshman ANITA REES, The Hague, Netherlands; Sophomore MARIAN REID, Laurel, Mississippi; Freshman ROSALI RICKER, Hot Springs, Arkansas; Sophomore Sixth Row: GINGER RIGGS, Mobile, Alabama; Junior MARSHA ANN RIFKIN, Griffin, Georgia; Freshman ANNE RILEY, Corpus Christl, Texas; Sophomore GINNY ROACH, Memphis, Tennessee; Sophomore CYNTHIA ROBERSON, Natchitoches, La.; Freshman Seventh Row: BEVERLY ROBERT, New Orleans, La.; Junior PHYLLIS ROBERTSON, Tampa, Florida; Sophomore CANDY ROBINSON, New Orleans, La.; Junior PAULINA A. ROGNONI, Panama, C.A.; Sophomore REGINA JOSEPHA ROGERS, Beaumont, Texas; Junior 264 newcomb undergraduates 1 First Row: PATRICIA ROLF, Caracas, Venezuela; Freshman LEONA ROSENBERG, Corpus Christi, Texas: Sophomore RUTH ROSENBLAT, New Orleans, La.: Junior REBECCA ROSENFELD, New Orleans, La.: Junior SUSAN ROSENTHAL, Little Rock, Arkansas; Sophomore First Row: ARIANA MONCIA SCHWARTZ, Miami, Florida; Sophomore JANE SCISSON, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Freshman ETHELDRA SCOGGIN, New Orleans, La.; Freshman KAY SELIGMAN, Bastrop, La.; Sophomore PAMELA JAYNE SHAW, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Freshman Second Row: ELLEN ROSS, Waco, Texas; Freshman KELLY ANN ROSS, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Freshman JOYCE B. ROYAL, Birmingham, Alabama; Sophomore ANDREA RUDICK, Dallas, Texas; Sophomore NANCY RUHMANN, Portland, Texas; Freshman Second Row: JO GWIN SHELBY. Shelby, Mississippi; Junior JANE SHELTON, Dallas, Texas; Sophomore SUSAN SHELTON, Ft. Worth, Texas; Junior SUZANNE SHEPARD, Dallas, Texas; Junior SUSAN SHERMAN, St. Louis, Missouri: Freshman Third Row: CONNIE RUNBERG, Houston, Texas; Sophomore JANE EVELIONE RUSH, San Antonio, Texas; Junior LINDA SACHEN, Rockledge, Florida; Sophomore BETH SAMPSON, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Sophomore ARACELLY SANTANA, Guayaquil, Ecuador: Junior Third Row: SUSAN SHIPMAN, Houston, Texas; Junior KACEY SHOTMEYER, Wyckoff. New Jersey: Junior KAREN SILVEN, Dallas, Texas; Freshman ALICE SIMKINS, Dallas, Texas; Junior CHERYL SIMS, New Orleans, La.; Junior Fourth Row: JEANNE L. SARPY. New Orleans, La.; Junior CECILIA SAWYER, Metairie, La.; Junior GAIL SCHOONMAKER, New Orleans, La.; Freshman JO-ELLEN SHARFMAN, Silver Spring, Maryland; Freshman JAYNE SCHLOSSER, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore Fourth Row: LINDA RUTH SLOTE, Miami, Florida; Freshman PAM SMILEY, Birmingham, Alabama; Sophomore CATHY ANN SMITH, Rock Hill, South Carolina; Sophomore CINDY SMITH, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore JENIFER SMITH, Dallas, Texas; Sophomore Fifth Row: RONNI SHLUTZ, Winnetka, Illinois; Freshman LINDA SCHNEIDER, Jacksonville, Florida; Junior SUSIE SCHOOLFIELD, San Antonio, Texas; Junior PAUL SCHONWALD, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Junior CHERIE SCHROEDER, New Orleans, La.; Freshman Fifth Row: KATHLEEN SMITH, Dublin. California; Sophomore LINDA SMITH, Honolulu, Hawaii; Freshman MIGNON L. SMITH, Birmingham, Alabama; Sophomore PATSY SMITH, Dallas, Texas; Junior SANDY SMITHER, New Orleans, La.: Junior 265 newcomb undergraduates First Row: DEBRA SOMBERG, Lima, Peru; Sophomore MARTHA SORRELLS, Dallas, Texas; Junior DEANIE SOUTH, Houma, La.; Junior ALICE STALLWORTH, Columbus, Mississippi; Freshman SUE STEVENS, Washington, D.C.; Sophomore First Row: CAROL VATZ, Greensboro, North Carolina; Freshman KATHY VENTURATOS, New Or leans, La.; Freshman CANDY VERLANDER, New Orleans, La.; Freshman LYNN VERLANDER, New Orleans, La.; Junior DEBBIE VIEBIG, Houston, Texas; Freshman Second Row: CLAUDETTE STEWART, Picayune, Mississippi; Junior MARION H. STEWART, Ft. Worth, Texas; Sophomore ELLEN STONE, Nashville, Tennessee; Freshman KRISTIN STONE, El Paso, Texas; Freshman BRIDGET SULLIVAN, Houston, Texas; Freshman Third Row: SUSAN SUMMERS, New Orleans, La.; Junior JOANNE K. SUNDHEIM, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania; Sophomore MARLENE SWARTZ, Dallas, Texas; Sophomore SHELLEY SWEDLAW, Birmingham, Alabama; Freshman PATRICIA ANN TALBOT, Metairie, La.; Sophomore Fourth Row: HELEN TEMPLE, Houston, Texas: Freshman EDIE THOMAS, Brevard, North Carolina; Sophomore KALA THOMAS, Metairie, La.; Freshman MARILYN E. THOMAS. New Orleans, La.; Junior ANN SHERWOOD TIMBERLAKE, Columbia, South Carolina; Junior Second Row: SUZANNE VOLLERTSEN, Memphis, Tennessee; Junior CLAIRE VONK, Pensacola, Florida; Sophomore ANN WAKEFIELD, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore JANE WALLACE, Alexandria, La.; Freshman SUZANNE WALTER, Winnsboro, La.; Junior Third Row: MARTHA WALTERS, Dade City. Florida; Sophomore PAM WATSON, New Orleans, La.: Freshman MARGARET WEBB, San Antonio, Texas: Freshman SUSIE WEBER, Alexandria, La.; Sophomore MARY P. WEED, New Orleans. La.; Junior Fourth Row: JOCELYN WEINBERG, New Orleans, La.; Junior MARIANNE WEINHOLD, Carrollton, Missouri: Junior DEVRA ELLYCE WEINSTEIN, Atlanta, Georgia: Junior SUSAN WEINSTOCK, St. Louis, Missouri; Sophomore GILDA WERNER, Metairie, La.; Sophomore Fifth Row: SHERRY TOWNSEND, San Antonio, Texas; Freshman CARMEN TREIGLE, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore ULLA JO ULE, Key West, Florida; Freshman CANDY ULMER, New Orleans. La.; Junior DEE UNGLAUB, New Orleans, La.; Freshman Fifth Row: JANET WESSLER, Gulfport, Mississippi; Sophomore BARBARA WEST, Dallas, Texas; Sophomore H. KAYE WESTERFIELD, Memphis. Tennessee; Sophomore ELEANOR WHEELER, Norfolk, Virginia: Freshman GEORGIA P. WHITE, New Orleans, La.: Sophomore 266 First Row: PEGGY WHITTEN, Ft. Worth, Texas; Freshman JUDY WIEBMER, Alton, Illinois: Sophomore DONNA WILCOX, Orange, Connecticut: Freshman PAMELA WILD, New Orleans, La.: Junior DOTTI WILKE, New Orleans, La.; Freshman Second Row: CATHERINE LOUISE WILKINSON, New Orleans, La.; Sopho- more PATSY WILKINSON, Jackson, Mississippi: Sophomore GAIL WILSON, Wichita Falls, Texas; Freshman PENNY WILSON, Dothan, Alabama: Freshman KATHI WINSBERG, New Orleans, La.; Freshman Third Row: JEAN WITT, Ramsey, New Jersey; Sophomore AMELIE L WOGAN, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore NANCY WOLF, Falls Church, Virginia; Sophomore JACQUELINE MILLER WOLFE, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore JESSY L. WOLFE, New Orleans, La.; Junior ' Fourth Row: PHYLLIS WOLFSON, Beaumont, Texas; Sophomore PAULA WOOD, Boca Raton, Florida; Sophomore ELIZABETH WRIGHT, Southampton, New York; Freshman LINDA WRIGHT, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Sophomore EILEEN WRIGLEY, New Orleans, La.; Freshman Fifth Row: LAURA YANCEY, Shreveport, La.; Freshman CONNIE YARD, Metairie, La.; Sophomore LINDA LOUISE YUCIS, Hinsdale, Illinois; Sophomore CATHY ZEHNER, Ft. Myers, Florida: Sophomore JUDY ELLIN ZLOTNICK, Youngstown, Ohio; Freshman Sixth Row: MARILYN ZWICK. Herrin, III inois; Sophomore 267 %,. " " architecture 269 ee r c H if ectu re ROBERT JAMES KEARNEY, New Orleans, La.; A.I.A,; School of Architecture Publication Staff. JEFFREY M. ROSENBLUM, New Orleans, La.; Alpha Epsi- lon Pi. undergraduates 0 ( Ai ( i ' n- J M T First Row: KAREN LAINE ADAMS, Overland Park, Kansas; Freshman. WILLIAM ALLEN BAER, St. Louis, Missouri; Freshman. LOYAS RUDOLPH BARTON, JR., Clewiston, Florida, Fresh- man. RICHARD JAMES BAUMANN, Cranford, New Jersey; Junior. JON BLOSS BLEHAR, Dallas, Texas; Freshman. Second ' Row: SAMUEL FOLEY BOND, St. Petersburg, Florida; Freshman. LINDA ANNE BRALEY, Bryan, Texas; Sophomore. KENNETH TERRELL BROWN, Ocala, Florida, Junior. NED CALLIHAN, Cincinnati, Ohio; Fourth Year. ROBERT THOMAS CAMPBELL, New Orleans, La.; Sopho- Third Row: RICHARD JOHN CHARLESWORTH, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- vania; Sophomore. ROBERT DeMARCO, Schenectady, New York; Freshman. GARY JOE EVANS, Long Beach, Mississippi; Sophomore. JAMES DUDLEY FAHS, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore. ROBERT ERIC FITTING, Midland, Texas; Sophomore. Fourth Row: KEVIN SCOTT FITZPATRICK, Gainesville, Florida; Fresh- man. ROBERT FRANK FLACK, Tryon, North Carolina; Freshman. CLIFFORD NEAL FLEMING, Bethesda, Maryland; Fresh- man. LEWIS ADOLPHUS GRAEBER, III. Marks, Mississippi; Freshman. RONNIE RAY GREGORY, Memphis, Tennessee; Sopho- more. Fifth Row: JOHN CARL HANNA, Maplewood, La.; Freshman. SANDY HINTON, New Orleans; La.; Freshman. ERIC V. HOSKINSON, Denver, Colorado: Sophomore. BEN HUGHES, Brussels, Belgium; Freshman. ROBERT HUMPHREY, Lake Worth, Florida; Sophomore. i " And malt does more than Milfon can to justify God ' s ways to man. ' First Row: inois; Fourth £k ilk Mk STEPHEN ROBERT ISOM; LaGrange Park Year. CHRIS KNIGHT, Short Hills, New Jersey; Freshman. ALLAN LEVY, Memphis, Tennessee; Fourth Year. JIM LUM, Oswego, New York; Freshman. KENAN LUPTON, Birmingham, Alabama; Freshman. Second Row: RICHARD C. MAXWELL, New Orleans. La.; Junior. GEORGE R. MILLER, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Freshman. R. H. MONSARRAT, Memphis, Tennessee; Fourth Year. NICK S. MUSSO, Thibodaux, La.; Freshman. MICHAEL D. NIUS, Atlanta, Georgia; Freshman. Third Row: GERALD S. PFEFFER, Englewood, New Jersey; Junior. GRAY PLOSSER, Birmingham, Alabama; Fourth Year. JEFF RAYMOND, North Miami Beach, Florida; Freshman. WILLIAM F. RUSHTON, Lake Charles, La.; Sophomore. CHARLES F. SANDERS, Shreveport, La.; Sophomore. Fourth Row: PETER ALAN SCHLESINGER, Auburn, Alabama; Freshman. JOHN A. SCHUPP, New Orleans, La.; Junior. JOHN SCURRY, Dallas, Texas; Sophomore. THOMAS SAUNDERS SMITH, Houston. Te as; Freshman. WILLIAM MAURICE STALEY, Nashville, Tennessee; Fresh- Fifth Row: JERRY GUY STEPHENSON, Valley Lee, Maryland; Fresh- man. BRUCE STERNBERG, Hollywood, Florida; Junior. STEVE SUPLEE, Clayton, New Jersey; Freshman. JAMES L. SWOOP, New Orleans, La.; Fourth Year. CHRISTOPHER C. THEIS, Kansas City, Missouri; Fourth Year. Sixth Row: TED P. TINDELL, Painesville, Ohio; Freshman. ANDY TRIVERS, Chattanooga, Tennessee; Junior. RALPH WAFER, Shreveport, La.; Sophomore. TED C. WOLTER, Charlottesville, Virginia; Freshman. BESSIE CAMPBELL WYMAN, Carthage, Missouri; Fresh- man. arts and sciences ii?;.■• «. Joseph E. Gordon, Dean 273 arts and science seniors First Row: WILLIAM THOMAS ABBOTT, New Orleans, La.; PI Sigma Alpha; Befa Theta Pi. S. J. ADKINS, Gainesville, Flordia; Commander, A.R.O.T.C. Drum and Bugle Corps; Sigma Nu. JOE EBERT ALLEN, Bay Sf. Louis, Mississippi; Secretary- Treasurer, Junior Class; Honor Board; Scabbard Blade; Vice President, Alpha Tau Omega. Second Row: RICHARD T. ANDERSON, Fairfield. Connecticut; Scabbard Blade; Army Rifle Team. JOHN ROBERT ATES, New Orleans, La.; Phi Eta Sigma; Pre-Med Honor Society; Phi Kappa Sigma. GEORGE H. BAKER III, Pineville, La. Third Row: GEORGE J. BARLOW, Ft. Worth, Texas; President, Tulane Associated Student Body; JAMBALAYA Staff; Tulane Com- munity Action; Phi Kappa Sigma. DAVID BARR, Gastonia, North Carolina; Tulane Track. STEVEN BECHTEL, Orlando, Florida; Pi Sigma Alpha; Pre-Law Society; Delta Tau Delta. Fourth Row: RALPH R. BASILE, Glencoe, Illinois; A Cappella Choir; Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Sigma Phi. RUSSELL T. BIRMINGHAM, JR., Nashville, Tennessee; Arnold Air Society; President, Phi Delta Theta. DONALD F. BOESCH, New Orleans, La. First Row: WILLIAM J. BOGDANOW, Houston, Texas; Scholars Fellows; J.Y.A.: Fine Arts Committee. JAMES F. BOWERS, JR., Dallas, Texas; Scholars Fellows; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega; Sigma Pi Sigma; Arnold Ailr Society; Public Relations Board; Scabbard Blade. JOHN CLARK BOYCE, Baton Rouge, La.; Dean ' s List. Second Row: ROY O. BRADY, Delray Beach, Florida; Scholars Fellows; J.Y.A.; Student Senate; Sailing Club; Alpha Sigma Phi. WILLIAM KEMP BROWN, Shreveport, La.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ALBERT E. BURNS, Bethesda, Maryland. Third Row: JOHN H. BYRNE, West Chester, Pennsylvania; Alpha Sigma Phi. GEORGE EDWARD BURCH, III, New Orleans, La. SHERMAN CARROLL, Columbia, La.; Scholars Fellows; A Cappella Choir President. Fourth Row: CLAREMONT FRANKLIN CARTER, Miami, Florida; Delta Phi Alpha; Pre-Med Society. RICHARD G. CARTER, Baton Rouge, La.; Student Council; Vice President, Arts Sciences, Honor Board; Varsity Tennis; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROGER CHENEY, Manchester, Connecticut; Sailing Club; Phi Kappa Sigma . 274 Bill Nefsky qe+s qraped First Row: JAMES E. CHURCHILL. Cazenovia, New York; Sailing Club; Phi Kappa Sigma. D. MICHAEL CLASEN, Santa Ana, California JENNINGS EVANS CLINE, Montgomery, Alabama; Schol- ars Fellows: Phi Eta Sigma; J.Y.A.; Business Manger Tiresian; Alpha Chi Sigma, Project Opportunity. Second Row: CHARLES I. COHEN, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. J. LOUIS COX, Little Rock, Arkansas. WILLIAM CROFT, New Orleans, La.; Sigma Pi. Sigma; Phi Delta Theta. Third Row: MARTIN B. CROWSON, Amite, La.; Alpha Sigma Phi. DAVID L. DALTON, Ft. Worth, Texas; J.Y.A. JAMES ROBERT DAVIS, Birmingham, Alabama; Tulanians; Secretary, PI Kappa Alpha. Fourth Row: ROBERT ELLINGTON DELONG, JR., San Antonio, Texas. JAMES CARLTON DeWOODY II, Texarkana, Texas; Jam- balaya Staff; University Center Public Relations Staff; Alpha Tau Omega. JACK STEVEN DILLENBERG, Forest Hills, New York; Presi- dent, College of Arts Sciences; Student Senate; Honor Board. 275 I arts and science seniors First Row: RICH DINKEL, Spotswood, New Jersey; N.R.O.T.C; Delta Tau Delta. CHARLES DUDLEY, Elsa, Texas; Pi Sigma Alpha; Cosmo- politan Committee; Intramural Sports Council; Varsity Track. HOWARD GRAY DUGAS, Scott, La.; J.Y.A.; Phi Kappa Sigma. Second Row: PETER KENT DUNKELBERGER, Scholars Fellows; Pan Hellenic Council; N.S.F. Research Participant; Alpha Sigma Phi. TOM EARLE, Colorado Springs, Colorado; A.R.O .T.C; Sigma Alpha Epsllon. RICHARD Y. ELLIOTT, Pompano Beach, Florida; Vice President, Student Council Elections Committee; Jambalaya Staff; Greenbackers, Vice President, Phi Kappa, Sigma. Third Row: ARTHUR ELSTER, Pt. Arthur, Texas; Pre-Med Society; Student Directory; Greenbackers; Public Relations Com- mittee; Alpha Epsilon Pi. MICHAEL ENTNER, Brookline, Massachusetts; Zeta Beta Tau. GEORGE EVANGELAUF, Madison, Illinois. Fourth Row: CLOYD L. EZELL, JR., Ocean Springs, Mississippi; Baptist Student Union; Lambda Chi Alpha. JEFFREY P. FEINGOLD, East Meadow, New York; Chair- man, Pan Hellenic Council; Executive Board, Hillel; Vice President, Tau Epsilon Phi. THOMAS M. FERRELL, San Antonio, Texas; Phi Eta Sigma; Lagniappes; Treasurer, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 276 First Row: GLENN E. FLACH, Jacksonville. Florida: Psi Chi: Kappa Delta Phi. MICHAEL DAVID FLYNN, Davenport, Iowa: Alpha Tau Omega. DELBERT R. FOSTER, Dallas, Texas: Scholars Fellows; Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Epsilon Delta: J.Y.A. Second Row: HOWARD J. FREEDMAN, New Haven, Connecticut: Chairman, Lyceum Committee. STEVE GANO, Laplace, La.: Sigma Chi. CHIP GATTO, New Orleans, La.; Student Council: Vice President, Honor Board; Student Activities Board; President, Greenbackers; Swimming Team; Alpha Tau Omega. Third Row: NATHAN T. GISCLAIR, JR., New Orleans, La.: Beta Theta Pi. JAY DAVID GLASS, Houston, Texas; Psi Chi; Fine Arts Committee. KENNETH M. GOLDEN. Miami, Florida; Scholars Fellows; J.Y.A.; Pi Sigma Alpha; Alpha Epsilon PI. Fourth Row: MICHAEL E. GOODBREAD, Jacksonville, Florida; Sigma Chi. ALAN H. GOODMAN, New Orleans, La.; Pi Sigma Alpha; Varsity Basketball; Zeta Beta Tau. MICHAEL F. GRAHAM, Miami, Florida; Lacrosse Team; Sigma Alpha Mu. 277 First Row: RICHARD E. GREDE, Elm Grove, Wisconsin: A Cappella Choir; Campus Night; Tulane University Theatre; Newman Club: A. U.S. A.; Scabbard Blade; Phi Kappa Sigma. LAWRENCE WATKINS GREER, Birmingham, Alabama; Pre-Med Society; Freshman Golf Team; Publicity Com- mittee; Greenbackers; Conservative Club; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DANIEL V. GRIBBIN, Orlando, Florida; Scholars Fellows; General Motors Scholar; Phi Eta Sigma; President, Delta Tau Delta. Second Row: WALTER P. GRIFFIN, Flint, Michigan; Jambalaya Staff; Kappa Sigma. RICHARD R. GUTH, St. Louis, Missouri: President, Phi Delta Theta. PHILIP GUTIN, Cincinnati, Ohio; Scholars Fellows; Phi Eta Sigma; J.Y.A.; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Sailing Club; Pre- Med Society; Lyceum Committee; Zeta Beta Tau. Third Row: PEDRO HAEGLER, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil; Captain, Soccer Team. TERRY E. HALL, New Orleans, La.; Phi Kappa Sigma. MICHAEL STEPHEN HANEMANN, New Orleans, La.; Scholars Fellows: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Eta Sigma Phi; J.Y.A.; Alpha Tau Omega. Fourth Row: RICHARD M. HARGROVE, Houston, Texas; Sailing Club; Anthropology Club; Alpha Sigma Phi. JOHN D. HARTLINE, JR., Paducah, Kentucky: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROBERT RUSSELL HAWLEY, Falfurrlor, Texas; Alpha Epsi- lon Delta; Alpha Rho Omicron; Cosmopolitan Committee; Arnold Air Society; Scabbard Blade; A.F.R.O.T.C. Drum )S Bugle Corps Commander; Program Director, WTUL. First Row: JOHN EDWARD HENDERSHOT, Pearsall, Texas; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Pre-Med Society; American Chemical Society; Hospitality Committee; Sailing Club; German Club; Tulane Band. CHARLES R. HERPICH, JR., Midland, Texas; Project Opportunity; Scabbard Blade; Arnold Air Society; Alpha Sigma Phi. CHARLES HORN, Alexandria, La.; Zeta Beta Tau. Second Row: MONROE M. HOWELL, Canton, Mississippi; Vice Presi- dent, Freshman Class; Honor Board; JAMBALAYA Staff. ROBERT LOGAN JAMES, Houston, Texas; Scholars Fellows; Fine Arts Committee; Liberals Club; Project Oppor- tunity. NIELS M. JOHNSON, Rumson, New Jersey; Honor Board; Tulane Sailing Club; Phi Kappa Sigma. Third Row: MICHAEL KALDOR. Hollis Hills, New York; Freshman Swimming Team; Tau Epsilon Phi. LEE C. KANTROW, Baton Rouge, La.; Phi Eta Sigma; President, Freshman Class; Vice President. Sophomore Class; Honor Board, Omicron Delta Kappa; Tennis Team; All S.E.C. Tennis Team; Zeta Beta Tau. CHARLES DANIEL KARNES, West Monroe, La.; Scholars and Fellows; Inter-House Council; Hullabaloo Staff; Project Opportunity; Adviser, Irby House. Fourth Row: WAYNE HUNT KEHM, St. Petersburg, Florida; Pre-Med Society; Padohad Committee; Co-Captain, Swimming Team; Delta Tau Delta . LEONARD A. KENNEY, Muskogee, Oklahoma; Scholars Fellows; J.Y.A.; Young Republicians; Sailing Club; WTUL Staff. ALVIN B. KING, Lake Charles, La.; President, Sophomore Class; Student Council; Honor Board; Cheerleader; Arnold Air Society; Chairman, Recreation Committee; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. First Row: WILLIAM IRWIN KITCHIN, Wake Forest, North Carolina. LENN KNAPP, Lake Charles, La.; Chairman, Publicity Com- mittee; Chairman, Lyceum Committee; House Council; Adviser. Irby House; Treasurer, Pi Sigma Alpha; Stern Fellowship; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. EARL P. KOERNER, New Orleans, La.; Kappa Alpha. Second Row: ALLEN J. KRUGER, Denver, Colorado; Jambalaya Staff; Sigma Alpha Mu. JOSEPH KUCHLER, New Orleans, La.; Tulane Inter Faith Council; WTUL Staff; Scabbard Blade. RICHARD A. KULKA, LaGrange, Illinois; Scholars Fellows; J.Y.A. Third Row: PAUL L LAMB, St. James, New York; President, College of Arts Science Honor Board; Chairman, Senate Com- mittee on Acadmic Affairs; Tulane Sailing Team; Phi Kappa Sigma. JERRY W. LA NOUX, Yazoo City, Mississippi; Lagnlappes Committee; Regional Coordinator for Region XII: Public Relations Staff, University Center, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JIM LAUGHLIN, Morehead, Kentucky: Vice President for Finance, Tulane Student Body; Basketball Team; Kappa Sigma. F ourth Row: MAURICE LEGARDEUR, New Orleans, La.; Kappa Alpha. JAMES RICHARD LEONARD, JR., Redlands, California; President, Kappa Sigma. RICHARD LEVIN, Diamond Head, Hawaii; Scholars Fellows; JAMBALAYA Staff; Zeta Beta Tau. arts and science seniors First Row: NEIL RONALD LEVINE, Englewood, New Jersey; Kappa Delta Phi; President, Campus Night; Executive Council, Greenbackers; Vice President, University Center Board; Tulane University Theatre; Student Activities Board; Sigma Alpha Mu. SAM LEVY, Denver Colorado; University Center Board; Chairman, Recreation Committee; Greenbackers; I.E.E.E.; Sigma Alpha Mu. GENE LINCOLN, Wilmington, Delaware; Pi Kappa Alpha. Second Row: BRUCE B. LUDWIG, Houston, Texas; Anchor Chain; Scabbard Blade; N.R.O.T.C. Drum Bugle Corps; Circle K; Sigma Pi. LEO LUKE MARCELLO, DeRIdder, La.; Vice President, Eta Sigma Phi; President, House Council; President, Newman Club; Pre-Med Society; Tulane Band; Tulane-Newcomb Orchestra. RICHARD M. MARCUS, V lnnetka. Mu. Third Row: ROBERT W. MARKS. New Orleans, La.; Intramural Council Sigma Pi. RUDOLPH JAMES MARSHALL Scholars Felows; Phi Eta Sigma; P Club; Dobro Slovo; Russian Club; Staff. JOHN C. MARTIN, Merced, California; Pan Hellenic Coun- cil; Alpha Phi Omega; Young Conservatives Club; Young Republicans; House Council; Judicial Committee; Manager, Varsity Football. Sigma Alpha III, New Orleans, La.; Mu Epsllon; Canterbury Math Club; " Tiresian " 279 shades of summer school First Row: E. NEVILLE MAYFIELD, JR., New Orleans, La.; Arnold Air Society; Kappa Phi. JAMES A. McALEER, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Varsity Track Team. JOHN D. McCONNELL. Dallas, Texas; Spotlighters; Sigma Nu. Second Row: DAVID A. McFARLING, Neosho, Missouri; Scholars Fellows; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Fine Arts Committee; Delta Tau Delta. JOSEPH ALLAN METZ, Dallas, Texas; Eta Sigma Phi; Tulane Elections Board, Pre-Med Society; Greenbackers; Sailing Club; Zeta Beta Tau. SCOTT W. MEYER, Copenhagen, Denmark; Secretary, Tulane Soccer Club; Cosmopolitan Committee; Arnold Air Society. Third Row: HOV ARD MILLER, Ft. Worth, Texas; Zeta Beta Tau. GARY MONTSDEOCA, Moore Haven, Florida; Pre-Med Society; Tulane-Newcomb Choir. JAMES MOROCK, Alexandria, La.; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Sigma Nu. Fourth Row: MICHAEL MUCKLIN, Racine, Wisconsin; Basketball Team. JOSEPH F. MUELLER, JR., Dedham, Massachusetts; Secre- tary. Derlckson, House Council. WILLIAM HARRY MUNYON, JR., Tucson, Arizona; Anchor Chain; Battallion Commander, N.R.O.T.C; Navy Rifle Team; Sigma Chi. 280 arts and science seniors First Row: GWINN MURRAY, Jacksonville, Florida; Varsity Swimming Team; Co-Captain, Swimming Team; " T " Club; Delta Tau Delta. MICHAEL A. MYERS, Springfield, Illinois; Tulane Student Senate; Zeta Beta Tau. JOEL A. MYERSON, Miami, Florida; Inter-House Council; Fine Arts Committee. Second Row: PHILIP NEWSON, Little Rock, Arkansas; Dean ' s List; Scabbard Blade Society; Dobro Slovo; Distinguished Military Student; Vice President, Pi Kappa Alpha. CHRISTOPHER ALAN NIEHAUS, La Mesa, California; Psi Chi; Scabbard Blade; Delta Tau Delta. JIM NORTHINGTON, Florence, Alabama; Pan Hellenic Council; Pre-Med Society: Major, A.R.O.T.C; Phi Delta Theta. Third Row: PAUL M. O ' GARA, Trenton, New Jersey; Pi Sigma Alpha; Student Senate; Pan Hellenic Council; Chairman, Student Welfare Committee; Alpha Sigma Phi. JOHN R. OXENHAM, Ft. Myers, Florida; Phi Delta Theta. ROBERT DAVID O ' BRIEN, JR., Ft. Worth, Texas; Project Opportunity; A S Honor Board; Sky-diving Club; Kappa Sigma. Fourth Row: MICHAEL O ' CONNOR, Grenta, La. GAYLE A. OWENS, Beaumont, Texas; Scabbard Blade; Phi Kappa Sigma. GRAY S. PARKER. New Orleans, La. First Row: SPIRO M. PAVLOVICH III, New Orleans, La.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DURELL READER, JR., Crestview, Florida. W. D. POSTELL, JR., New Orleans, La.; Kappa Sigma. Second Row: HERSCHEL E. RICHARD, JR., Pascagoula, Mississippi; Varsity Football; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JOHN C. RICHOWSKY, Clifton, New Jersey; Scholars Fellows; J.Y.A.; Phi Eta Sigma; House Council, Irby. RICHARD C. ROBIN, Evanston, Illinois; Sigma Alpha Mu. Third Row: RON ROBINSON, Houston, Texas; Sailing Club, Phi Kappa Sigma. MICHAEL Y. ROOS, Memphis, Tennessee; Secretary- Treasurer, Senior Class; Honor Board; Pi Sigma Alpha; Student Council; Committee on Dorm Athletics; JAMBA- LA YA Staff; A. S. Newsletter Staff; Varsity Baseball. JIM SAALFIELD, Toledo, Ohio; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Who ' s Who; Omicron Delta Kappa; Editor JAMBALAYA; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Fourth Row: TOM SAWYER, Hannibal, Missouri; Vice President, Arts Sciences; President, Sophomore Class; Who ' s Who; Omicron Delta Kappa; Pan Hellenic Council; Chairman, Honor Board; President, Scabbard Blade; Delta Tau Delta. JULIAN B. SCHARFMAN, Macon, Georgia; Vice President, Sigma Alpha Mu. LARRY SCHNEIDER, Metaire, La.; Varsity Basketball Team; Alpha Tau Omega. arts and sciences seniors — rn — BVn First Row: JOHN R. SCHWEERS, Madison, Wisconsin; Varsity Basket- ball; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JACK I. SELBER, Shreveport, La.; President, Senior Class; Student Senate; Honor Board; Intramural Council; Zeta Beta Tau. JAMES F. SHALLECK, New York, New York; President, Sigma Alpha Mu. Second Row: RONALD LEE SINGER, New Orleans, La. BROMLEY KEABLES SMITH, JR., Washington, D.C.; Tulane University Theatre; Commodore, Tu ' ane University Sailing Club. CLARK SOUTHWORTH, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Tulane Soccer Club; Scabbard Blade; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Third Row: JOHN LANCASTER SPALDING, Glenview, Illinois; Scab- bard Blade; Vice President, Delta Tau Delta. WILLIAM F. STAPP, Richardson, Texas; Scholars Fellows; J.Y.A.; Pi Sigma Alpha; German Club. JAMES GORDON STORCH, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Pre-Med Society; Recreation Committee; Hillel; Student Directory Staff; Secretary, Alpha Epsilon Pi. Fourth Row: SAMUEL TABOR, Tylertown, Mississippi; Scholars Fellows; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Pi Sigma; PI Mu Epsilon. TROY TALLY, Gadsden, Alabama; Pi Kappa Alpha. ANTHONY SANTO TAORMINA, New Orleans, La.; New- man Club; Kappa Phi. First Row: P. D. THACHER, Arlington, Virginia; Scabbard Blade; Association of the United States Army. JAMES R. TINSLEY, III, Gonzales, Texas; Dormitory Advisor. DANIEL TRACHTENBERG, Seminole, Oklahoma; Sigma Alpha Mu. Second Row: GARY STEVEN TYE, Miami Beach, Florida; Secretary, Pan Hellenic Council; Pan Hellenic Judicial Council; President, Zeta Beta Tau. JACK UNKAUF, New Orleans, La.; Alpha Sigma Phi. MAX VAN GILDER, Paris. Illinois; Tulane University Finance Board; Alpha Phi Omega; Inter-Faith Council; House Coun- cil; Wesley Foundation; Kappa Phi. Third Row: GARY KENNETH VAN NOSTRAND, North Miami, Florida; Alpha Sigma Phi. DAVID M. WADLER, Houston. Texas; Greenbackers; Vice President. Zeta Beta Tau. STEPHEN WAINGER, Norfolk, Virginia; Vice President, College of Arts Sciences; Honor Board; Student Senate; House Council; Zeta Beta Tau. Fourth Row: KARL S. WEILL, JR., Abbeville, La.; Lagniappes; Zeta Beta Tau. ALAN L. WEXLER, Galveston, Texas; Finance Board; Honor Board; Pan Hellenic Council; Alpha Epsilon PI. RONALD M. WHITEFIELD, Jacksonville, Florida; J.Y.A.; Alpha Epsilon PI. 282 First Row: CHARLES C. WICKS, New Orleans, La.; Arnold Air Society; Scabbard Blade; President, Kappa Phi. RAYMON JOEL WILENSKY, Huntsville, Alabama; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Psi Chi; Alpha Epsilon Pi. JEFFREY L. WRIGHT, Houma, La.; Scholars Fellows; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Pi Sigma; Alpha Rho Omega; Sailing Club. Second Row: STEPHEN ROBERT ZIMMER, San Salvador, El Salvador; Dean " s List; Vice President for Administration, Student Senate; Alpha Rho Omega; Padohad Committee; Green- backers; Secretary, Pi Kappa Alpha. STEVEN G. ZITOWSKY, Chicago, Illinois. 283 arts and science undergraduates First Row: ISSAACADAMS, New Orleans, La.; Junior RICHARD M. ALDERMAN, Pittsford, New York; Junior PHILIP REED ADAMS, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore JERRY ALBUM, Monroe, La.; Sophomore JOHN ALEXANDER, Urmston, Manchester, England; Junior Second Row: DAVID D. ALFERY, Hales Corner, Wisconsin; Freshman ANDY ALLEN, Dayton, Ohio; Freshman MILTON ALLEN, Houston, Texas; Freshman JACK MARKS ALLTMONT, Reserve, La.; Junior ALBERT A. ALYN, JR., San Antonio. Texas; Freshman Third Row: FREDERIC AMMAN, Monroe, La.; Freshman JOHN CHARLES ANDERSON, Homer, La.; Sophomore JOHN ANDREWS, Baytown, Texas; Freshman J. WAYNE ANDERSON, Metairie, La.; Junior HARRY S, ANDERSON, Clarksdale, Mississippi; Sophomore Fourth Row: LEE S. ANDERSON, Ft. Worth, Texas; Freshman AUBRA ANTHONY, JR., El Dorado, Arkansas; Junior ROBERT D. ANTHONY, JR., Memphis, Tennessee; Junior BUD ANTIN, Hammond, La.; Freshman HAL J. APPLEBAUM, Hollywood, Florida; Freshman Fifth Row: AIFONSO ARIAS, Panama, C.A.; Freshman ELIOT M. ARNOVITZ, Atlanta, Georgia; Freshman STEVE ARONOW, Des Moines, Iowa; Freshman ALEX R. ASHY, Eunice, La.; Junior WILLIAM ASPRODITES, New Orleans, La,; Freshman First Row: ALVIN J. AUBRY, JR., New Orleans, La.; Junior WILLIAM AUSTIN, Teaneck, New Jersey; Junior CHARLES P. AZUKAS, North Bellmore, New York; Freshman RANDALL BADAT, Miami, Florida; Freshman WILLIAM BAILEY, San Antonio. Texas; Sophomore Second Row: JAMES D. BANKS, Donaldsonville, La.; Freshman BOB BARBOR, Meridian, Mississippi; Freshman RANDY BARNARD, Westport, Connecticut; Freshman STEVE BARON, Atlanta, Georgia; Junior JOHN D. BARRETT, Houston, Texas; Junior Third Row: GEORGE BARKETT, Miami, Florida: Freshman JONATHAN DAVID BARRON, New Rochelle, New York; Jun- ior RONALD P. BARTON, Tyronza, Arkansas; Freshman PHILIP DUPONT BAUGH, Dallas, Texas; Freshman SANTIAGO ERNESTO BAZAN, Panama, C.A.; Sophomore Fourth Row: CHRIS S. BECKER, Brownsville, Texas; Junior CHARLIE M. BECKETT, JR., Anahuac, Texas; Freshman JAMES BEEBE, Panama City, Florida; Junior JOHN DAVIS BELL, Tuxedo, North Carolina; Junior FRANK BENNETT, Orange, Texas; Freshman Fifth Row: BOB BENNO, Dallas, Texas; Freshman DAVID BERCUSON, North Miami, Florida; Junior SIDNEY J. BERGER, New Orleans, La.; Freshman ROBERT W. BERGEMANN, Islington, Ontario; Sophomore RONALD S. BERGMAN, Malmi Beach, Florida; Freshman 284 mm:imimji s!!mmiis First Row: ARNOLD IRWIN BERLIN, Atlanta, Georqia: Freshman DUTCH BIEBER, Grand Junction, Colorado; Junior NEIL Z. BIEN, Brooklyn, New York; Freshman CHARLES ALFRED BINFORD, Jacksonville, Florida; Junior MILES TEEL BIVINS, Amarillo, Texas; Freshman Second Row: LAURENCE V. BLADEN. Winnetka, Illinois; Sophomore JAMES N. BLAIN, Metalrle, La.; Junior DAVID BLAKE. Villanova, Pennsylvania; Sophomore DAVID BLAND, Leitchfield, Kentucky; Freshman MICHAEL D. BLASI. River Forest, Illinois; Freshman Third Row: DAVID M. BLEVINS, Laredo, Texas; Freshman ALEX H. BLUESTONE, JR., Hollywood, Florida; Freshman PAUL DAVID BOAS, II, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Sophomore ROBERT LAMAR BOESE, Alexandria, La.; Sophomore G. LEE BOHMFALK, V eslaco, Texas; Sophomore Fourth Row; STEVEN BOLSON, Teaneck, New Jersey; Junior BART BOOKATZ, Dallas, Texas; Freshman J. Y. BORDELON, JR.. Qpelousas, La.; Sophomore CHANDLER G. BOSWELL, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore DAVID BOUDREAUX. New Orleans, La.; Sophomore Fifth Row: ST. PAUL BOURGEOIS, IV, Jeanerette, La.; Sophomore RICHARD J. BOUTALL, Metalrie, La.; Junior LEONARD N. BOUZON. Metairie, La.; Junior RANDALL W. BOWMAN, Lake Forest, Illinois; Freshman FREDERICK BRADLEY, Wllmette, Illinois; Junior Sixth Row: DEAN E. BRAMSON, Harrisburg. Pennsylvania; Freshman TIMOTHY BRANNON, Tryon, North Carolina; Freshman LOUIS COLBERT BRASHIER, Houston, Texas; Sophomore SAYERS R. BRENNER, Houston, Texas;. Junior BOB BRESNAHAN, Meridian, Mississippi; Freshman Seventh Row: JACK BREWER, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Junior CREED WALKER BRIERRE, New Orleans, La.; Junior WILLIAM VREDENBURGH BRIERRE, New Orleans, La.; Junior WILLIAM H. BRIGGS, Dallas, Texas; Freshman FRANK P. BRINKMAN III, Tyler, Texas; Sophomore 285 First Row: JOHN JACOB BRODERS, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore KENT BRODY, Skokle, Illinois; Junior BARRY BROOKS, Dallas, Texas; Freshman PAUL BROTMAN, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Freshman NELSON C. BROWN, New Orleans, La.: Junior Second Row: RICHARD BROWN, Dallas, Texas; Sophomore ROBERT E. BROWN, Coral Gables, Florida; Junior ROBERT LATHAM BROWN, Melbourne, Florida; Sophomore RONALD J. BROWN, Parabould, Arkansas; Junior HENRY P. BRUCKNER, Mexico, D.F.; Sophomore Third Row: WILLIAM P. BRUMFIELD, Baton Rouge, La.; Sophomore SKYLER DEAN BRYAN, Trion, Georgia; Sophomore FRANK R. BUCHANAN, Little Rock. Arkansas; Sophomore GREG BUFFE, Kansas City, Missouri; Freshman WILLIAM DOUGLAS BURTON, JR., Rocky River, Ohio; Fresh- man Fourth Row: NORMAN WILLIAM BUTKA, JR.. Northvale, New Jersey; Sophomore JOHN ARMSTRONG BUXTON, Dallas, Texas; Junior CLEGG CAFFERY, Franklin, La.; Freshman ALBERT B. CALHOUN, JR., Chickasaw, Alabama; Freshman NEIL A. CAMPBELL, Joplin, Missouri; Freshman Fifth Row: ROBERT CAPAN, Warren, Ohio; Sophomore DAVID M. CAPLAN, Detroit, Michigan; Freshman KEM CARLSON, Ft. Worth, Texas; Freshman TEDD CARRERE, New Orleans, La.; Freshman STANLEY D. CARSON, Miami, Oklahoma; Junior Sixth Row: DAVID C. CARTER, Jacksonville, Florida; Junior L. THOMAS CASHIO, New Orleans, La.; Junior ERNIE CASTRO, Metairie, La.; Freshman PAUL G. CATROU, Napoleonville, La.; Freshman DON L CHALMERS, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Freshman Seventh Row: T. R. CHAPMAN, Cincinnati, Ohio; Freshman PETE CHARBONNET, New Orleans, La.; Freshman ROBERT CHASTANT, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada; Freshman CHIP CHASE, Dallas, Texas; Freshman GREG CHASE, Plympton, Massachusetts; Sophomore 286 arts and science undergraduates First Row: H. ERSKINE CHERRY, Anderson, Indiana; Junior STACY JAY CHILDS, Abilene, Texas; Junior WILLIAM ALVIN CHILDS, JR., Shreveport, La.; Sophomore WILLIAM G. CHILDS, JR., Beaumont, Texas; Freshman THOMAS J. CHRISTY, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Sophomore Second Row: CHARLES CLARK, Jackson, Mississippi; Freshman CHARLES KENLEY CLARK, Dallas, Texas; Sophomore CLAUDE F. CLAYTON, JR., Tupelo, Mississippi; Freshman L. HOLT CLOUD, Birmingham, Alabama; Sophomore F. REILLY COBB, Houston, Texas; Sophomore Third Row: KENNETH COGEN, Miami Beach, Florida; Freshman STANLEY COHEN, Atlanta, Georgia; Junior DUANE LEIGH COLBURN, Sac City, Iowa; Freshman THOMAS V. COLBY, Amherst, Massachusetts; Sophomore MIKE COLEMAN, Whitehaven, Tennessee; Freshman Fourth Row: JOHN TOM COLLIER, Dallas, Texas; Sophomore MICHAEL COLLIER, Houston, Texas; Sophomore CRAIG COLTHARP, Dallas, Texas; Freshman RICHARD H. COMMINS, Atlanta, Georgia; Freshman CHARLES R. CONEWAY, JR., Houston, Texas; Junior Fifth Row: BOB CORBITT, Louisville, Georgia; Freshman KENNETH R. CORNWALL, Lockbourne AFB, Ohio; Sophomore JOHN M. COTTON, New York, New York; Freshman DAVID F. COUNTS, Houston, Texas; Freshman HENRY S. COWELL III. Charlotte, North Carolina: Sophomore Mk M I StMl k First Row: ARTHUR A. CRAIS, JR., New Orleans, La.; Freshman MARK ROBERT CRAVEN, Moss Point, Mississippi; Junior STEVEN MARQUETTE CROSS, Irving, Texas; Freshman DAVID A. CROWLEY, Mobile, Alabama; Sophomore HOWARD J. CULP, New Orleans, La.; Freshman Second Row: WILLIAM DALFERES, New Orleans, La.; Junior JOHN H. DALTON, Ft. Worth, Texas; Junior JACK DANIELS, White Bear Lake, Minnesota; Freshman STEPHEN DANNEMAN, Atlanta, Georgia; Junior JOE DALOVISIO, Lake Charles, La.; Freshman Third Row: SCOTT ALLEN DANKNER, St. Louis, Missouri; Junior HENRY BRUCE DAVID, Los Angeles, California; Freshman ALAN DAVIDSON, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Sophomore CHARLIE DAVIS, Metairie, La.; Freshman JOHN WARDLAW DAVIS, Charlesburg, West Virginia; Soph- omore Fourth Row: KENT R. DAVIS, New Orleans, La,; Sophomore CRAIG ALLEN DAWKINS, Leesburg, Florida; Sophomore ROBERT KENT DAWSON, Scottsboro, Alabama; Junior STEPHEN DEARHOLT, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Sophomore JOHN ROBERT DELFS, Amarillo, Texas; Sophomore Fifth Row: DANIEL JOHN DEMBINSKI, Chicago, Illinois; Junior ROY MOORE DEMENT, Dyersburg, Tennessee; Freshman DAVID D. DENNING, St. Louis, Missouri; Junior DENNIS J. DERBES, New Orleans, La.; Freshman JOHN DEVLIN, Houston, Texas; Junior 287 arts and science undergraduates P . First Row: ROBERT J. DEW, III, Tampa, Florida; Sophomore ANDREW L. DIAMOND, Pf. Arthur, Texas; Freshman JEFF DIEFFENBACH, St. Louis, Missouri; Freshman PETER DIFFLEY, Pensacola, Florida; Junior RICHARD K. DIMITRY, New Orleans, La.; Junior Second Row: GEORGE J. DITTA, New Orleans, La.; Junior DARYL P. DOMNING. Biloxi, Mississippi; Junior DEE D. DRELL, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore JOHN S. DODSON, Ft. Worth, Texas; Freshman THOMAS DOHERTY, Melbourne Beach, Florida; Freshr Third Row: G. PAUL DORSEY, New Orleans, La.; Junior A. ROSS DOZIER, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore ED DUBUISSON. Opelousas, La.; Sophomore DAVID WORTH DUNN, Tampa, Florida; Freshman JOHN BULLARD RAY DUNN, Metairie, La.; Freshman First Row: ROBERT S. ELLIS, Amite, La.; Freshman MICHAEL WILLIAM ELLISON, Morganfield, Kentucky; Fresh- man CHARLES ELMES, JR., Albany, Georgia; Junior DAVID ELSASSER, Miami, Florida; Freshman JOEL DOUGLAS EPSTEIN, Atlanta, Georgia; Freshman Second Row: RICHARD L EPSTEIN, Madison, Wisconsin; Freshman MARTIN T. EVANS, Alexander City, Alabama; Freshman MITCHELL EX, Highland Park, Illinois; Freshman STEVE FADEM, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Freshman RON FARLOW, McLeansboro, Illinois; Sophomore Third Row: TIM FARMER, Naples, Florida; Freshman WOODARD E. FARMER, Asheville, North Carolina; Freshman LES FEIN, Little Rock, Arkansas; Junior ARNOLD FEINSTEIN, Meridian, Mississippi; Sophomore HENRY FELD, Birmingham, Alabama; Freshman Fourth Row: AUBERT CLEVELAND DYKES, Crockett, Texas; Sophomore E. TIMOTHY EAGAN, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore D. BRIAN EARGLE, Sumter, South Carolina; Junior STEPHEN EASON, Dallas, Texas; Freshman RICHARD EDWARDS, Plainville, Connecticut; Sophomore Fourth Row: MARK R. FELDMAN, University City, Missouri; Junior JAMES O. FERRELL, St. Petersburg, Florida; Freshman GREY F. FERRIS, Vlcksburg, Mississippi; Sophomore GEORGE A. FERTITTA, Woodmere. New York; Junior STEVE FESTINGER, Lake Village, Arkansas; Freshman Fifth Row: ALLAN S. EISENBERG, Atlanta, Georgia; Freshman DAVID ALLAN ELDRIDGE, Dallas, Texas: Juni or ROY ELKIN. Miami, Florida: Freshman MICHAEL ELIAS, Laurel, Mississippi; Junior RICHARD HALL ELLIOTT, Dallas, Texas; Sophomore Fifth Row: RONNIE FINE, Laurel, Mississippi; Freshman ARNOLD FINKLEMAN, Silver Spring, Maryland; Freshman RONALD STEWARD FISH, Knoxville, Tennessee; Sophomore JOHN FISHEL, Shaker Heights, Ohio; Freshman GARY A. FISHER, Miami Beach, Florida; Freshman 288 I ■ ' -■ - ' ' ■ t p ' iM , .i fc. 1 k.- P-— U-J UJJ f - ' 1 - ' ■■ ' K I 4 _ , »-« , i i First Row: MICHAEL K. FITZPATRICK, New Orleans, La.: Junior ROBERT E. FLANDRY, Houston, Texas: Freshman ZACHARY DAVID FLAX, Englewood, New Jersey; Freshman MICHAEL N. FLEMING, Utica, Ohio: Freshman JAMES BRUCE FLOREY, Shreveport, La.: Freshman Second Row: ALAIN PAUL FLOWERS, Orlando, Florida: Junior ROY LAWRENCE FLUKINGER, Houston, Texas: Sophomore KEVIN CRAIG FLYNN, Delray Beach, Florida: Freshman DONALD PONTES, Alexandria, Virginia: Sophomore BRENT JAY FORD, Houston, Texas: Freshman Third Row: GLENN B. FOREMAN, Rayne, La.: Freshman LEE A. FORESTIERE, Harrisburg, Arkansas: Freshman ALLEN J. FORETICH, Gulfport, Mississippi: Freshman CHRIS FRANO, Tallahassee, Florida: Freshman SAM JOHNSON ERASER. Shreveport, La.: Freshman Fourth Row: CLAY FREDERICK, Arlington, Texas; Freshman AARON J. FRIEDMAN, Houston, Texas; Junior JIM FRIEDMAN, Wilmette, Illinois; Freshman- JAN FRIEDMAN, Alton, Illinois: Sophomore REUBEN FRIEDMAN, New Orleans, La.: Junior Fifth Row: BERTRAM M. FROEHLY, JR., Vandalia, Illinois; Sophomore JAN F. FUERST. Dallas, Texas; Junior DAVID EDWARD FULFORD II, Bradenton, Florida: Sophomore LAWRENCE SCHWENK FULLERTON, St. Petersburg, Florida: Junior DOUGLAS FURR, Baker, La.; Freshman Sixth Row: STUART J. GARDNER, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida: Sophomore PAUL E. GAROFALO, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore PAT GARNER, Atlanta, Georgia: Freshman BILLY R. GARRETT, JR., Lake Charles, La.; Freshman GEORGE GARRETT, JR., Pelzer, South Carolina; Freshman Seventh Row: DONALD PETE GIBBS, Ft. Worth, Texas; Freshman GREG GIESELMAN, Washington, D.C.; Freshman STEPHEN W. GIFFORD, Baton Rouge, La.; Sophomore BILL GIFFORD, Morganton, North Carolina; Sophomore STEVEN GINSBERG, Ft. Worth, Texas; Junior 289 Tulanlans entertained. First Row: HOWARD GITTELSON, Coral Gables, Florida; Freshman MARK L. GLAZER, Monroe, La.; Sophomore PATRICK JOHN GLYNN, Memphis, Tennessee; Sophomore ZANE A. GOFF, Ann Arbor, Michigan; Freshman GEORGE W. GOKEL, Hialeah, Florida; Junior Second Row: KENNETH GOLBERG, Levittown, Pennsylvania; Sophomore JERRY GOLDENHERSH, East St. Louis, Illinois; Freshman BARRY GOLDRING, Arcadia, Florida; Freshman WILLIAM A. GOLDSMITH, New Orleans, La.; Freshman MICHAEL GERALD GOLDSTEIN. Ballwin, Missouri; Junior Third Row: STAN GOODKIN, Ft. Smith, Arkansas; Sophomore FREDRIC E. GOODMAN, Kansas City, Missouri; Freshman PAT GOOTEE, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore MURRAY GORDON, Houston, Texas; Freshman RICHARD DAVID GORDON, Daytona Beach, Florida; Junior Fourth Row: MATT GORSON, Miami Beach, Florida; Freshman MICHAEL T. GRADY, North Babylon. New York; Freshman BRUCE GRANOVEHER, Jersey City, New Jersey; Sophomore CRAIG GRAY, Linthicum, Mary ' and: Junior RICHARD ALLEN GREEN, Miami Beach, Florida; Junior Fifth Row: ROGER GREEN, Houston, Texas; Sophomore TOMMY GREER, Dallas, Texas; Junior BOB GREGORY, Virginia Beach, Virginia; Freshman STEVE GREGORY, Henderson, Kentucky; Junior ARON K. GRENADER. Houston, Texas; Freshman Sixth Row: WILLIAM BRIAN GRENEWALD, Amarillo, Texas: Junior DONALD V. GREDE, Elm Grove, Wisconsin; Freshman JEFF F. GRIFFIN, Ft. Worth, Texas; Sophomore RAYMOND GRISWOLD, Maplewood, La.; Sophomore ROBERT GRIZZARD, Lakeland, Florida; Sophomore Seventh Row: GARY GROFF, New Orleans, La.; Sopbomore ROBERT IVIN GROSSMAN, Mount Vernon, New York; Sopho- more JOHN GORDON GROTE, Corpus Christl, Texas; Freshman JAMES C. GROVES, Woodville, Texas; Freshman BEN GUIDER, JR.: Vicksburg, Mississippi; Junior 290 arts and science undergraduates f- iM First Row: JEROME JOHN GUIDRY, Houma, La.; Freshman TOM GUGGOLZ, San Antonia, Texas; Freshman WILLIAM LEE GUICE, Biloxi, Mississippi; Sophomore WILLIAM C. GUILLORY, JR., Pineville, La.; Junior RONALD EARLE GORTLER, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Junior Second Row: NORMAN GUTHRIE, Newport News, Virginia; Sophomore JACK ALAN GUTTMAN, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Sophomore ARTHUR LEE GUY. Metairie, La.; Sophomore CHRIS D. GWIN, Ada, Oklahoma; Freshman ROBERT A. HAAS, Dumont, New Jersey; Freshman Third Row: TERRY HABIG, Auburn, Indiana; Sophomore JEFFREY R. HACKER, Honolulu, Hawaii; Freshman CHARLES ROGER HALL, Weston, Missouri; Junior BART HALL, Alexandria, La.; Freshman PHILIP HALL, Lab Charles, La.; Freshman Fourth Row: VINCENT D. HAMILTON, Yupa City, California; Junior ALVIN HAMMER, Columbia, South Carolina; Freshman BOB HARDY, Houston, Texas; Junior JOHN HARLAN, Morgan City, La.; Freshman HANK HARNAGE. St. Petersburg, Florida; Junior Fifth Row: JULIAN LOWELL HARO, New Orleans, La.; Freshman JACK D. HARRIS, Miami, Florida; Freshman BRADY HARRIS, Shreveport, La.; Sophomore REX CANAN HARRIS, Bronte, Texas; Junior STEVEN HARRIS, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore % ' p ' { « ' f ' L 5 " - diV-t. ' k Am First Row: STEPHEN G. HAWKINS, LaConversion, Switzerland; Freshman W. LANCE HAYNES, Baton Rouge, La.; Sophomore CAMP HAYS, Bartlesville. Oklahoma; Freshman MICHAEL HAYS, Chattanooga, Tennessee; Freshman JIM HEAP, JR., Covington, La.; Freshman Second Row: JONATHAN HEIN, Alexandria. Virginia; Sophomore HENRY MICHAEL HELLER, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Freshman JOHN HEATH HENDERSON, Mexico, D.F.; Sophomore ROBERT DAVID HENDRICKSON, Xenia, Ohio; Freshman GLENN HICKMAN, Dallas, Texas; Freshman - Third Row: DONALD HIGGINS, Tokyo, Japan; Sophomore MIKE HIGGINS, Houston, Texas; Freshman ED HILL, Houston, Texas; Sophomore SANFORD JACK HILLMAN, Atlanta, Georgia; Freshman RICHARD JAMES HOCKERT, Indianapolis, Indiana; Sophomore Fourth Row: BILL HOCKING, Kaneohe, Hawaii; Sophomore JIM HOLLIS, Houston, Texas; Freshman CLARK M. HOOD, Wheeling, West Virginia; Sophomore JAMES JAY HOOPES, Douglaston, New York; Freshman ROYDEN R. HOPKINS, Roswell, New Mexico; Sophomore Fifth Row: BOBBY HOROWITZ, Atlanta, Georgia; Freshman THEODORE CHANDLER HOSKINSON, Washington, D.C.; Sophomore TURNER HOWARD. Ill, Knoxville, Tennessee; Sophomore ROBERT SCOTT HOWARD, Knoxville, Tennessee; Freshman WILLIAM HUFF, Seattle, Washington; Junior 291 arts and science undergraduates I taSk i tl ' Si lk tfP J S First Row: JOHN K. HURD, Washington, D.C; Sophomore JAMES R. HUSTAD, North Palm Beach, Florida; Freshman JAMES HUTCHISON, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Junior VINCE IMBORDINO, Corpus Chrlsti, Texas; Sophomore GEORGE SAM INGALLS, JR.. Baltimore, Maryland; Freshman Second Row: C. LOUIS IRWIN. Morgan City, La.; Freshman MICHAEL LEWIS ISRAEL, St. Louis, Missouri; Freshman PAUL-ANTHONY ISSA, Kingston, Jamaica; Sophomore J. PRESLEY JACKSON, Little Rock, Arkansas; Junior JOSEPH JORDAN JACKSON, Dallas, Texas; Junior Third Row: PATRICK JACOBS, Dallas, Texas; Freshman BRIAN M. JAFFEE, Wautagh, New York; Freshman JIM JANCIK, Caldwell, Texas; Junior KENT JENKINS, Bogalusa, La.; Freshman CHARLES JOHNSON, Houston, Texas; Freshman Fourth Row: DANNY JOHNSON, Ft. Worth, Texas; Freshman RICHARD JOHNSON, Tampa, Florida; Sophomore ROBERT JOHNSON, Pittsburg, Texas; Sophomore ROY LOCKHART JOHNSON, Alexandria, Virginia; Freshman WM. ZURN JOHNSON, Tulsa, Oklahoma: Freshman Fifth Row: BOB JOHNSTON, Ft. Smith, Arkansas; Freshman RABUN JONES, Greenville, Mississippi; Sophomore JERRY W. JONES, Corpus Chrlsti, Texas; Freshman PHIL JONES, Charleston, South Carolina; Sophomore J. ROBERT JUMONVILLE, New Orleans, La.; Junior First Row: DENNIS SPENCER KAHANE, New York, New York; Sophomore NEAL KALIS, Hollywood, Florida; Freshman JOE ELLIOT KAPLAN, JR., San Antonio, Texas; Freshman DANIEL S. KARIN, San Antonio, Texas; Freshman DON KAROTKIN, Houston, Texas; Freshman Second Row: JOHN DAVID KAROTKIN, San Antonio, Texas; Freshman ERIC JEROME KATZ, Gulfport, Mississippi; Sophomore GENE KATZ, New Orleans, La.; Freshman PAUL RICHARD KATZ, Kansas City, Missouri; Sophomore DONALD N. KEARNS, Baton Rouge, La.; Junior Third Row: PIERCE KELLEY, Miami Beach, Florida; Sophomore BUDDY KENNER, Providence, Rhode Island; Freshman STEVE KERMISH, Montgomery, Alabama; Sophomore DAVID A. KERSTEIN, Eunice, La.; Sophomore FRED KERSTEIN, Albertson, New York; Freshman Fourth Row: WARREN B. KEYSER, JR., Cleveland, Tennessee; Freshman BEN R. KING, Charleston, South Carolina; Freshman LOU M. KING, New Orleans, La.; Freshman TUT KINNEY, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore WARREN P. KLAM, Monroe, La.; Junior Fifth Row: STEVEN R. KLEIN, New York, New York; Freshman MARK S. KLEMPNER, Miami Beach, Florida; Freshman HENRY KLINE II, Anguilla, Mississippi; Freshman WILLIAM L. KLINKENSTEIN, Miami, Florida; Junior TED KLOTH, North Miami Beach, Florida; Sophomore 292 First Row: RAYMOND L. KNECHT, Levit-town, Pennsylvania; Freshman JOHN R. KNIGHT, Seabrook, Texas- Sophomore RANDY KNIGHT, Weston, Massachusetts; Freshman SHOWALTER A, KNIGHT, JR., Bogalusa, La.; Freshman JAMES D. KNOEPP, Alexandria, La.: Junior Second Row: HENRY J. KOCH, Demopolis, Alabama: Junior ALLEN KOLIN, Houston, Texas; Freshman JEFFREY KOROTKIN, New Rochelle, New York; Sophomore GUSTAVE M. KREH, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore THOMAS M. KRUPP, Muskegon, Michigan; Freshman Third Row: WILLIAM N. KUHLMAN, Metairie, La.; Freshman MICHAEL R. KULKA, Countryside, Illinois; Freshman BENNY ADAM KUPIS, Roselle, New Jersey; Sophomore JIM LaBAUVE, Lake Charles, La.; Sophomore JEFFREY SCOTT LADEN, New York, New York; Sophomore Fourth Row: ROBERT F. LAKEY, New Orlea ns, La.; Freshman NORMAN J. LANDRY, JR., Alexandria, La.; Freshman ROBERT M. EARNED IV, Northfield, New Jersey; Sophomore EDWARD J. LAZARUS, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore PHILIP JAMES LAZARUS, Miami Beach, Florida; Freshman Fifth Row: SPENCER LAWTON, JR., Atlanta, Georgia; Sophomore LARRY JOSEPH LeBLANC, Harvey, La.; Sophomore DON LaGRONE, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Sophomore DWIGHT A. LEE, Ruston, La.; Freshman ROBERT M. LEEN, North Miami. Florida; Freshman Sixth Row: S. A. LEISECA, JR., Bethesda, Maryland; Junior ROBERT J. LENDER, Brookline, Massachusetts; Sophomore JAMES M. LEMON, Ft. Worth, Texas; Sophomore SYD LERNER, Memphis, Tennessee; Freshman JON M. LETSCHER, Bronxville, New York; Sophomore Seventh Row: HENRY LEVENSTEIN, New York, New York; Freshman JONATHAN EVAN LEVIN, New Orleans, La.; Junior NEIL MARSHAL LEVINE. Miami, Florida; Junior PETER MICHAEL LEVINE, Silver Spring, Maryland: Freshman JEFFREY LEVINGSTON, Cleveland, Mississippi; Sophomore 293 First Row: ROBERT B, LEVY, Shreveport, La.; Sophomore GUINN LEWIS, Waco, Texas; Freshman JOHN W. LEWIS, Memphis, Tennessee; Freshman JAY LIEBMAN, Frankfort, Kentucky; Sophomore MICHAEL E. LIEPPMAN, Houston, Texas; Sophomore Second Row: FRED LINDQUIST, Denver, Colorado: Freshman HOWARD GORDON LINDQUIST, JR., Evanston, Illinois; Soph- omore FRANK L. LOMBARDO, JR., New Orleans, La.: Freshman JAMES R. LONG, Memphis, Tennessee: Junior STEWART M. LONG, Atlanta, Georgia; Sophomore Third Row: WILLIAM LONG, JR., New Orleans, La.; Freshman ANTONIO LOPEZ, San Pedro Sula, Honduras: Sophomore A. J. LORIA, Gretna, La.; Sophomore TODD J. LORIN, North Merrick, New York; Freshman S. L LOWENSTEIN, JR., Nashville, Tennessee; Junior Fourth Row: DAVID J. LUBIN, Hollywood, Florida; Sophomore DONALD LUEBKE, New Orleans, La.; Junior FREDERICK NEIL LUKASH, Rockville Centre, New York; Sopho- more MICHAEL LUMMEN, Corpus Christi, Texas: Freshman FREDERICK LUTZ, Monroe, La.; Freshman Fifth Row: DAVID C. LYNN, Lawton, Oklahoma; Freshman FRED A. LYNN, Detroit, Michigan: Junior PAUL C. LYNSKEY, Miami, Florida; Junior RICHARD W. MACALUSO, Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey; Junior MICHAEL TERRANCE MADDOX, Miami, Florida; Freshman Sixth Row: PAUL J. MALLON, Roselle, New Jersey; Freshman JOHN MANARD, New Orleans, La.; Freshman BOBBY MANARD, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore PHILLIP MICHAEL MANNING, JR., Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Freshman DONALD B. MARCUS, Laurel, Mississippi: Junior Seventh Row: GARY WAYNE MARCUS, Dallas, Texas; Sophomore BARTON MARGOSHES, Miami, Florida: Freshman ROGER A. MARGULIES, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Freshman MARCUS FRANCIS MARKS, Tampa, Florida; Sophomore WAYNE ALLEN MARSHALL, Culver, Indiana; Freshman Jl 4 :l £k iiA 294 arts and science undergraduates iiiii II First Row: ALBERT ERSKINE MAR TIN III, Richmond, Virginia; Freshman RALPH DRURY MARTIN, Joplin, Missouri; Sophomore JOSEPH MASELLI, JR., New Orleans, La.; Sophomore JON G. MASSEY, Elgin, Illinois; Sophomore RONALD M. MASSEY, Macon, Georgia; Junior Second Row: MIKE MATHES, Orlando. Florida; Junior CHRIS MATTHEWS, Dallas, Texas; Freshman CRAIG W. MAUMUS, New Orleans, La.; Junior JON M. MAXWELL, Searcy, Arkansas; Sophomore MIKE R. MAYBERRY, New Orleans, La.; Freshman Third Row: HOWARD M. MAZIAR, Atlanta, Georgia; Junior ERNEST COOPER McCORMICK, Boca Raton, Florida; Sopho- more WILLIAM A. MEBANE, New Orleans, La.; Junior RICHARD L. MEISENBACH, Shreveport, La.; Freshman CHARLES E. MENDEZ, JR., Tampa, Florida; Sophomore Fourth Row: JULES MERCIER, Metairie, La.; Freshman STEVE MERLIN, Atlanta, Georgia; Freshman MALCOLM A. MEYER, New Orleans, La.; Junior RANDY MEYER, Shaker Heights, Ohio; Freshman MARC A. MICHELSON, Decatur, Alabama; Freshman Fifth Row: WILLIAM J. MIELE, Clearwater, Florida; Freshman ANDREW MILBERG, San Juan, Puerto Rico; Freshman WILLIAM F. MILCAREK, Sterling, Illinois; Sophomore MAC MILLER, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore RANDOLPH KENT MILLER, Caracas, Venezuela; Junior First Row: ROBERT H. MILLER, Metairie, La.; Sophomore ROBERT MILLER, Plainview, Texas; Freshman TERRY W. MILLER, Ada, Oklahoma; Freshman J. RALPH MILLET, JR., Metairie, La.; Junior MICKEY MILLICAN, Houston, Texas; Junior Second Row: CHARLES A. MILLS, St. Louis, Missouri; Sophomore ROBERT JOSEPH MILUNAS, Decatur, Georgia; Sophomore STEVE Ml MS, Houston, Texas; Sophomore KENNY MIRVIS, Atlanta, Georgia; Freshman WILLIAM MIZE, Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Freshman Third Row: ARMIN J. MOELLER, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore GARY MONROE, Midland, Texas; Sophomore S. ROBINSON MONTAGUE, Kansas City, Missouri; Junior PHILIP MONTELEPRE, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore KELLEY STARK MOODY, San Antonio, Texas; Sophomore Fourth Row: BILL MOOKHOEK, Baytown, Texas; Sophomore ROBERT D. MORGAN, West Wyack, New York; Freshman JIM MORRILL, Newburyport, Massachusetts; Sophomore D, L MORRIS, JR., New Orleans, La.; Sopho more CARTER DOUGLAS MORSE, Nables, New York; Junior Fifth Row: GARY MORSE, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Freshman HUGH W. MORTON, Shawmut, Alabama; Sophomore RANDY MOSES, Lubbock, Texas; Sophomore J. LEE MOSS, Lake Charles, La.; Freshman DANIEL F. MOUNEY, New Orleans, La.; Freshman 295 CTi. i ■ ' Sia and science undergraduates ik il First Row: MIKE MOVE, Sanford, Florida; Freshman JOHN MUELLER, Leawood, Kansas; Freshman RONNIE MULLER, Ft. Worth, Texas; Sophomore GARY L. MURPHREE, Lancaster, Texas; Freshman DAVID MURPHY, Ft. Worth, Texas; Junior Second Row: TIMOTHY MURPHY, Stamford, Connecticut; Freshman W. MICHAEL MURRAY, San Antonio, Texas; Sophomore JEFFREY S. MUTNICK, Wilmington, Delaware; Sophomore BRUCE MYERS, Coral Gables, Florida; Freshman DOUGLAS S. MYERS, Norfolk, Virginia; Junior Third Row: STEPHEN MYERS, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania; Sophomore WAYNE MYERS, Tallahasse, Florida; Sophomore DENNIS McAFEE, Baytown, Texas; Freshman JAY B. McAleese, Terra Haute, Indiana; Freshman HENRY ALEXANDER McCARTNEY, Germany; Junior Fourth Row: J. MICHAEL McCAUSLAND, New Orleans, La.; Junior EDWARD J. McCLOSKEY, New Orleans, La.; Junior MIKE McCLURE, Falls Church, Virginia; Freshman WILLIAM DECKER McCLURE, JR., Tulsa, Oklahoma; Junior LES McDonald, victoria, Texas; Sophomore Fifth Row: DENNIS J. McELWEE, Metalrie, La.; Freshman JOHN PAUL McGLYNN, New Shrewsbury, New Jersey; Fresh- man MIKE MclLWAIN, Jackson, Mississippi; Junior BRUCE McKEEVER, Winnetka, Illinois; Freshman GUS McLAREN, Midland, Texas; Sophomore I i f ! iitfk First Row: JOHN McLURE, Alexandria, La.; Junior THOMAS C. McLURE, Alexandria, La.; Junior ROBERT DANIEL McNAB, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore MARK STUART McTERNAN, Port Chester, New York; Freshman JERRY NAST, Corpus ChristI, Texas; Sophomore Second Row: ROBERT A. NATHAN, Miami Beach, Florida; Freshman WILLIAM F. NEFSKY, Lincoln, Nebraska; Soph omore JON NELSON, Miami, Florida; Junior JOHN C. NICHOLSON, Jasper, Alabama; Sophomore JOSEPH P. NICOLI, Phoenix, Arizona; Freshman Third Row: CLARK M. NOBIL, Miami Beach, Florida; Freshman BOB NORMAN, New Orleans, La.; Junior WOODY NORWOOD, Franklin, La.; Sophomore KENT HARRIS NOVELL, Miami, Florida; Freshman EDWARD JOHN ODACHOWSKI, JR., Colorado Springs, Colorado; Junior Fourth Row: JOHN A. OLAGUES, New Orleans, La.; Junior MARC OLESKY, Miami Beach, Florida; Freshman JOHN M. ONOFRIO, Columbia, Missouri; Freshman JOHN L. OWEN, Corpus ChrlstI, Texas; Sophomore DAVID M. PACKARD, New Orleans, La.; Junior Fifth Row: KENNETH C. PAILET, New Orleans, La.; Junior MARK PARIS, Brooklyn, New York; Sophomore MARC PARIS, Cleveland Heights, Ohio; Sophomore PAUL PARISI, Metalrie, La.; Sophomore CHET PARKER, Orlando, Florida; Junior 296 -«= N ' First Row: JAMES T. PARRINO, Call, Columbia; Sophomore ROBERT PATTERSON, Houston, Texas; Freshman JOHN WALTER PATRICK, JR., Daytona Beach, Florida; Fresh- man EDDIE W. PAULETTE, Huntsville, Alabama; Junior JOHN F. PEARCE III, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Freshman Second Row: ROBERT PEERY, New Orleans, La.; Freshman WILLIAM H. PEERY, Weslaco, Texas; Sophomore CHARLES PEISSEL, Houston, Texas; Freshman ROCCO PELOSI, Galveston, Texas; Junior WILLIAM D. PEPITONE, New York, New York; Junior Third Row: DAN PERRI, Ft. Walton, Florida; Junior NATE PERSOFF, West Palm Beach, Florida; Sophomore CURTIS E. PEW, New Orleans, La.; Freshman CHRISTOPHER C. PFLAUM. JR., New Hyde Park. New York; Sophomore DENNIS RALPH PHILLIPS, Houston, Texas; Freshman Fourth Row: LOUIS PICHULIK, Atlanta, Georgia; Junior DAVID PIERSON, New Orleans, La.; Sophorrvore RUBIN M. PIHA, Atlanta, Georgia; Junior MARTY PINSTEIN, Senatobia, Mississippi; Sophomore VICTOR PLATZ, Biloxi, Mississippi; Freshman Fifth Row: ANDREW L PLAUCHE, JR., Lake Charles, La.; Sophomore RAYMOND H. PLEDGER, JR., Kentwood, La.; Freshman ALLAN DAVID POLLAK, Wilmette, Illinois; Sophomore ALLAN W. POLLAK, Wilmette, Illinois; Sophomore JAMES POLSTER, Shaker Heights, Ohio; Sophomore Sixth Row: ROBERT E. POMASKI, Parlin, New Jersey; Freshman JIM POPHAM, Monroe, La.; Sophomore JAMES PORTER, Houston, Texas; Freshman JAMES JOHN PORTER, Las Vegas, Nevada; Sophomore HENRY McHENRY POTTER, Louisville, Kentucky; Freshman Seventh Row: M. CLELAND POWELL, New Orleans, La.; Freshman ROBERT LYNN POWELL, Marsa El Brega, Libya; Freshman GEORGE M. PROTOS, Shreveport, La.; Freshman LLOYD PYE, Roskland, La.; Junior CHARLES YARNELL PYLE, JR., Pauls Valley, Oklahoma: Fresh- 297 First Row: MICHAEL L. RADICK, Milwaukee. Wisconsin; Sophomore CLAYTON G. RAMSEY, Monticello, Georgia; Junior EDWARD F. REBENNACK, New Orleans, La.; Junior CHARLES JOSEPH REBOUCHE, Houston, Texas; Freshman DICK REDD, Dallas, Texas; Freshman Second Row: HOWARD L. REESE, JR., St. Petersburg, Florida; Freshman WILLIAM M. REID, III, Louisville, Kentucky; Freshman CHIGGY RHODES, Metalrie, La.; Sophomore THOMAS L RICHARDSON, New Orleans, La.; Freshman HARVEY M. RICHEY 111, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore Third Row: WILLIAM H. REED, Kingsport, Tennessee; Sophomore DANIEL C. RINEHART, Miami, Florida; Freshman MARC RINGEL, Glencoe, Illinois; Freshman MANUEL E. RIVERA, San Sebastian, Puerto Rico; Freshman JAY A. ROBBINS, Roslyn Heights, New York; Sophomore Fourth Row: JEFFREY BERGER ROBERTS, Detroit, Michigan; Sophomore DREW ROBINS, Houston, Texas; Freshman RONNIE ROBINS, Houston, Texas; Junior DAVID ROBINSON, Ft. Worth, Texas; Freshman LEE ROBINSON, Atlanta, Georgia; Freshman Fifth Row: MARCELINO RODRIGUEZ, Laredo, Texas; Sophomore RICHARD E. ROGERS, Metairie, La.; Sophomore CHARLES FRANCIS ROLF, Caracas, Venezuela; Junior TOMMY ROOSTH, Dallas, Texas; Freshman ROBERT N. ROSEMONT, Hollywood, California; Junior Sixth Row: STEVE ROSEN, North Miami Beach, Florida; Freshman LARRY ROSENBLUM, Memphis, Tennessee; Junior LAWRENCE S. ROSENSTRAUCH, JR., Columbus, Georgia; Freshman JEFFREY ROSNICK, Miami, Florida; Sophomore EDWIN ROTHBERG, Atlanta, Georgia; Junior 298 First Row: JOHN ROUQUETTE, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore DANIEL L. RUBENSTEIN, Paterson, New Jersey; Freshman RICHARD J. RUDOLPH, Miami Beach, Florida; Junior ROBERT WELDON RUSSELL, III, Amite, La.; Junior J. MICHAEL RUSSELL, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore Second Row: TOM RYDBERG, Omaha, Nebraska; Sophomore JAMES S. SABIN, Indianola, Mississippi; Junior PAUL THOMAS SACCO, Metairie, La.; Freshman JAY SACKMAN, Miami Beach, Florida; Freshman A. DOUGLAS SAHLEY, Cleveland, Ohio; Freshman Third Row: EDWIN SALE, Haynesville, La.; Sophomore ALAN SALOMON, Memphis, Tennessee; Sophomore CHARLES A. SALTER, Covington, La.; Sophomore RICHARD SALTER, New York, New York; Junior ROBERT SALZER, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore Fourth Row: MARC JOSEPH SAMUELS, Houston, Texas; Freshman SCOTT HOWARD SANGER, Glencoe, Illinois; Freshman LELAND SAPIER, New Hampton, New York; Freshman JERRY L. SAPORITO, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore J. C. SAUNDERS, JR., New Orleans, La.; Sophomore Fifth Row: EDWIN SCHLESINGER, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore KARL D. SCHNITTKE, Holliswood, New York; Sophomore ROBERT M. SCHREIBER, Albany, New York; Freshman JEFFREY JAMES SCHRIVER, Bethesda, Maryland; Freshman TERRY R. SCHUMANN, Chicago, Illinois; Junior First Row: BRUCE A. SCHWAN, Islip, New York; Sophomore CHARLES M. SCHWARTZ, McKeesport, Pennsylvania; Sopho- more JOHN SANDERS SCHWARTZ, Metairie, La.; Freshman S. ANDREW SCHWARTZ, Coral Gables, Florida; Junior DONALD B. SCOTT, JR., Wauwatosa, Wisconsin; Freshman Second Row: JOHN W. SCOTT, Alexandria, La.; Sophomore RONALD P. SCOTT, New Orleans, La.; Junior NATHAN SEGALL, Montgomery, Alabama; Sophomore JAMES W. SELBY, III, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore ROSS SEROLD, Vernon, Texas; Sophomore Third Row: EDWIN B. SHACKEROFF, JR., Batesville, Mississippi; Freshman EUGENE A. SHAPIRO, Forest Hills, New York; Freshman ROBERT HARRIS SHAW, Houston, Texas; Junior STEVE SHAW, Houston, Texas; Freshman JOHN MICHAEL SHAY, JR., Metairie, La.; Sophomore Fourth Row: MYRON WOLFFE SHEEN, New Orleans, La.; Junior DAVID SHEETS, Ft. Worth, Texas; Freshman ARNOLD SHELBY, Houston, Texas; Sophomore RICHARD A. SHERMAN, Anniston, Alabama; Junior GREGORY J. SHINGLMAN, River Forest, Illinois; Freshman Fifth Row: WILLIAM LEN SHIPMAN, JR., Dyersburg, Tennessee; Freshman WILLIAM WRIGHT SHIRLEY, Fayetteville, Arkansas; Sopho- more BILL SHORE, Dallas, Texas; Sophomore BILL SHOUSE, Knoxville, Tennessee; Freshman KAL SHWARTS, Phoenix, Arizona; Sophomore 299 arts and science undergraduates mkiiM First Row: ALAN SIEGEL, Miami Beach, Florida; Junior LAURENCE SCOTT SILVER. Mansfield, La.; Freshman LEONARD D. SIMMONS, JR., New Orleans, La.; Junior BARRY K. SIMON, Jackson Heights, New York; Freshman JEFFREY JAY SIMON, New Orleans, La.; Freshman Second Row: DOUGLASS TILLERY SIMPSON, Beaumont, Texas; Freshman HOYTT D. SIMS, Rayville, La.; Sophomore RICHARD SINGER, Miami, Florida; Freshman R. L. SKELDING, Clearwater, Florida; Sophomore CHRISTOPHER BARTLETT SKINNER, San Antonio, Texas; Junior Third Row: CLAY R. SKINNER, San Antonio, Texas; Freshman HOWEL SLAUGHTER, Mobile, Alabama; Sophomore BERT SMITH, Dallas, Texas; Freshman DEAN SMITH, Dickinson, Texas; Sophomore DON W. SMITH, Jena, La.; Junior Fourth Row: HOLLIS DOYLE SMITH, Atlanta, Georgia; Sophomore JASON V. SMITH, Joplln, Missouri; Freshman MONT SMITH, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Freshman J. MARVIN SMITH, III, San Antonio, Texas; Sophomore BILL SMITH, Shorewood, Wisconsin; Freshman Fifth Row: JOHN SNELL, Groves, Texas; Sophomore PATRICK D. SNUFFER, Houston, Texas; Sophomore ELMO SOIGNIER, Metairie, La.; Sophomore THOMAS SHELTON SONIAT, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore RICK SONTHEIMER, Houston, Texas; Junior First Row: PHILIP SPITZER, Miami, Florida; Freshman ROBERT WELLS SPURCK, JR., Ft. Worth, Texas; Sophomore RICHARD S. STAFFORD, New Orleans, La.; Junior PIERCY J. STAKELUM, III, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore BARRY WESLEY STANFILL, Memphis, Tennessee; Sophomore Second Row: JOHN D. STANSBLL, Caldwell, Idaho; Freshman THOMAS C. STAPLES, Pensacola, Florida; Junior RICHARD M. STARR, New Orleans, La.; Junior DALE W. STASTNY, Bay Villiage, Ohio; Junior ARTHUR STEIN III, Des Moines, Iowa; Freshman Third Row: HENRY STEINBERG, Augusta, Georgia; Freshman BOB STEPHENS, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Freshman MITCHELL STERNBERG, Hollywood, Florida; Sophomore LYLE M. STEVEN, Slidell, La.; Junior BRUCE SCHOENDORF STINSON, Baton Rouge, La.; Sopho- more Fourth Row: MARK A. STRAUSS, Little Rock, Arkansas; Sophomore MARK STEIN, Skokie, Illinois; Freshman STEVE STRELITZ, Tenafly, New Jersey, Freshman WALTER B. STUART, IV, New Orleans, La.; Junior JON LEE STUNT7, Metairie, La.; Junior Fifth Row: STEPHEN F. SULLIVAN, Jenkintown, Pennsylvania; Freshman BRUCE E. SULZNER, Miami, Florida; Junior GERARD PRESTON SUNDERLAND, Baltimore, Maryland; Junior MARK S. SUSSMAN, Coral Gables, Florida; Freshman BOB SUSSMAN, Houston, Texas; Freshman 300 ' ' Why IS that man staring at me? First Row: DENNIS DUANE SUTTON, Waterloo, Indiana; Sophomore JOEY SUTTON, New Orleans, La.; Junior BOB SWEENEY, Ei Dorado, Arkansas; Sophomore DOMINICK M. TAMBURO, III, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore CURTIS TATAR, Houston, Texas; Junior Second Row: SHELDON U. TENENBAUM, Savannah, Georgia; Junior JOHN SIMMONS TERKEURST, Pine Bluff, Arkansas; Freshman KEN TESLER, Atlanta, Georgia; Sophomore MICHAEL H. THIRIOT, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore FORREST B. THOMAS, III, Houston, Texas; Sophomore Third Row: SCOTT THOMAS, Baton Rouge, La.; Freshman ROBERT H. THRUN, River Forest, Illinois; Freshman LAREN M. TOLBERT, Slidell, La,; Freshman DAVID WILLIAM TOMANEK, Dallas, Texas; Sophomore JUDSON E. TOMLIN, JR., Mobile, Alabama; Freshman Fourth Row: BILL TORKILDSEN, Houston, Texas; Freshman NAT T. TOULON, New Iberia, La.; Junior WILLIAM J. TOUPS, Cut Off, La.; Sophomore RICHARD A. TOWLE, New Orleans, La.; Freshman TONY TRABUE, Nashville, Tennessee; Freshman Fifth Row: GORDON TRAYLOR, Shreveport, La.; Freshman RICHARD MICHAEL TRAYNOR, Mesa, Arizona; Freshman MICHAEL J. TREADAWAY, New Orleans, La.; Freshman PAUL JOHN TRINGAS, Pensacola, Florida; Freshman ROBERT TRIPLETTE, Winston-Salem, North Carolina; Freshman Sixth Row: DON C. TROSSMAN, Glencoe, Illinois; Junior DAVID M. TROUSDALE, Monroe, La.; Junior MOISES TUCHMAN, Miami Beach, Florida: Freshman DREW TUCKER, Southampton, New York; Junior MORRIS WILSON TALLEY, Bogalusa, La.; Freshman Seventh Row: JOHN TURNER, III, Providence, Rhode Island; Sophomore LAWRENCE F. TUTTLE, Covington, La.; Freshman ROBYN EASTON TYLER, Baton Rouge, La.; Freshman TOM UNDERHILL, Lexinngton, Kentucky; Freshman JIM URRATE, Metairie, La.; Sophomore 301 iA m ihm ff 5 au dk£ First Row: BALDWIN VAN BENTHUYSEN, New Orleans, La.; Junior DANNY VELASQUEZ, El Paso. Texas: Sophomore DAVID VELKOFF, Atlanta, Georgia: Junior RICK VANBUSKIRK, Mission Hills. Kansas; Sophomore RICKY VERLANDER, New Orleans, La.; Freshman Second Row: JEFF VICTOR, Waycross, Georgia; Sophomore ROBERT L VINING, Decatur, Georgia; Freshman THOMAS VINING, Decatur, Georgia; Sophomore RICHARD MARTIN VISE, Meridian, Mississippi; Freshman DAVID VOLLMER, San Antonio, Texas; Freshman Third Row: HARRY S. VORHABEN, JR., New Orleans, La.; Sophomore CHRIS WALKER, Phoenix, Arizona: Sophomore DOUGLAS R. WALKER, Rock Island, Illinois; .Sophomore ROD WALKER, Schenectady, New York; Sophomore JIM WALLACE, Bowling Green, Kentucky; Sophomore Fourth Row: DAVID WARD, Aurora, Illinois; Sophomore STEVE WARD, Russellville, Alabama; Freshman DAVID R. WARREN. Balboa, Canal Zone: Sophomore SAM WATERS, Pampa, Texas; Freshman MARK LAURENCE WATERMAN. White Plains, New York; Freshman Fifth Row: TERRY WATKINS, Atlanta, Georgia; Freshman DUANE H. WATSON, Garland, Texas; Sophomore KEITH WATSON, Ft. Worth, Texas; Freshman BERT WATTIGNEY. New Orleans, La.; Freshman JUBAL ROBERT WATTS, Bowdon, Georgia; Sophomore First Row: CARL WEATHINGTON, Montgomery; Alabama; Freshman STEVEN L. WEBMAN, Orlando, Florida; Sophomore HERBERT MITCHELL WEBB, 111, Ocala, Florida; Sophomore PAUL WEINER, Dallas, Texas; Sophomore STEVEN WEININGER, Miami, Florida; Freshman Second Row: HOWARD WEISS, St. Louis, Missouri; Sophomore GENE C. WEITH. Wheaton, Illinois; Sophomore EDWARD GRAY WELLS, 111, Wallace, North Carolina; Sopho- more ROBERT V. WELLS, Shawnee Mission, Kansas; Junior ALVIN P. WENGER, Baltimore, Maryland; Freshman Third Row: JERRY WEYAND, Seattle, Washington; Freshman RALPH S. WHALEN, JR., Lake Charles, La; Junior ' ROBERT STUART WHITEHALL, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Junior PETE WHITINGTON, Memphis, Tennessee; Sophomore GEOFFREY P. WIEDEMAN, JR., Wichita Falls, Texas; Sopho- more Fourth Row: ROBERT WIEGAND, II, New Orleans, La.; Freshman JAMES G. WILBOURN, Meridian, Mississippi; Sophomore STEVEN A. WILDER. Baltimore, Maryland; Sophomore JACQUES DAVIS WILKINSON, JR., Longview, Texas; Sopho- more GRADY WILLIAMS, Florala, Alabama: Sophomore Fifth Row: BILLY L. WILLIAMS, North Miami Beach, Florida; Freshman KENNEDY WILLIAMS, JR., Russellville, Alabama; Sophomore PAUL R. WILLIAMS, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Freshman RICK WILSON, Houston, Texas; Junior JAMES C. WILSON, JR., Birmingham, Aalbama; Sophomore 302 First Row: LARRY GORDON WILSON, Little Rock, Arkansas: Junior LARRY WILSON, Tulsa, Oklahoma: Freshman SHELBY AUGUSTUS WILSON, II, Winter Park. Florida: Sopho- more PAUL WINCHESTER, Dallas, Texas: Junior JOHN WILLIAM WINTER. IV, Ft. Worth, Texas: Freshman Second Row: CHARLES WITT, Jackson, Mississippi; Freshman JOHN WOLF, JR., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Junior HARRY P. WOLFE, Cleveland, Ohio; Junior STEVEN MICHAEL WOLFSON, St. Petersburg Beach, Florida; DAVID L. WOMACK, Gretna, La.; Junior Third Row: JOHN G. WOOD, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Junior ROBERT WORKS, JR.. Houston. Texas: Sophomore DAVID K. WORRELL, Indialantlc, Florida; Freshman PETER TRENT WORSLEY, Baton Rouge, La.; Sophomore ROBERT WORTSMITH, North Little Rock, Arkansas; Freshman Fourth Row: JAMES E. WRAY, JR., Springfield, Missouri; Freshman HAROLD WRIGHT, Shreveport, La.; Freshman LARRY WRIGHT, Dallas, Texas; Sophomore DON WYLIE, Orlando, Florida; Freshman HAROLD B. YARDLEY, Port Neches, Texas; Sophomore Fifth Row: WILLIAM M. YEAGER, Alexandria, La.; Junior JOHN C. YEARWOOD, Honolulu, Hawaii; Sophomore ROBERT YEAZEL, Arlington Heights, Illinois: Freshman EDWARD YOKUM, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore BRUCE YOUNG, Athens, Alabama: Junior Sixth Row: RONALD C. YOUNG, Lawsdale, Pennsylvania; Sophomore JEFF YUDIN, Odessa, Texas; Junior CRAIG R. ZIEGLER, Huntington Station, New York; Junior SHELDON R. ZILBERT, Miami Beach, Florida; Junior ABE ZIMMERMAN, Houston, Texas; Freshman Seventh Row: WILLIAM ZURCHER, Falls Church, Virginia; Sophomore 303 business administration 304 C. Jackson Grayson, Jr., Dean 305 lousiness seniors First Row: DONALD BEAR, Pensacola, Florida: Zeta Beta Tau. ROBERT C. BENJAMIN. Miles, Michigan; Varsity Basket- ball: President, Senior Class. LAWRENCE BAYLISS BERKOWJTZ, New Orleans. La.: Alpha Epsilon Pi. First Row: ERNEST L EUSTIS, III, New Orleans, La.; President, Fresh- man Class: Vice President, Junior Class; Inter House Coun- cil: Student Activities Board: Greenbackers; Alpha Tau Omega. MICHAEL JOHN FINDLEY, Memphis, Tennessee: Varsity Football. JAMES W. FRANK, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Dean ' s List; President, Junior Class: President, Business Student Body; Student Activities Board; Greenbackers; Zeta Beta Tau. Second Row: LEONARD J. BUSTEIN, North Bay Village, Florida; Sailing Club. ROBERT L BOECKELMAN. New Orleans, La.: Secretary- Treasurer, Senior Class. WARREN JAMES BORDELON, JR., Opebusas, La.: Vice President, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Second Row: JOHN E. FREUND, St. Louis, Missouri; Zeta Beta Tau. JOHN LLOYD GRIMM, Brooklyn, New York; President, In- tramural Sports Council. PHILLIP R. JONES, Tyler, Texas: Pan Hellenic. Council; Project Opportunity: President, Sigma Nu. Third Row: STEPHEN F. DAVIS, Peoria, Illinois; President, Sigma Pi. DANIEL R. DeEULIS, Rochester, Michigan: Alpha Sigma Phi. MICHAEL Q. EAGAN, New Orleans, La.; President, Tu- lane Pan He ' lenic Council; Omicron Delta Kappa; Who ' s Who; President, Alpha Tau Omega. Third Row: HAL HALPERIN KANTOR, Memphis, Tennessee: Honor Board; Zeta Beta Tau. NORRIS SMITH LUPO, New Orleans, La.; Secretary, Honor Board: Who ' s Who; U.C. Board: President, Freshman Law Class; " Hullabaloo " Staff; Glendy Burke Debating Society; Phi Mu. DALE A. MARLIN, Arlington, Virginia; Secretary-Treasurer, Business School: Hospitality Committee: Greenbackers; Pi Beta Phi. 306 First Row: JAMES M. MAYNARD, Bronxvllle, New York; Sigma Nu. STANLEY ALBERT MOTTA, Colon, Panama. PAUL STEVEN MULDER, Chicago, Illinois: Delta Tau Delta, Second Row: MICHAELYN ANN O ' DONNELL, New Orleans, La.; Dean ' s List; Treasurer, Phi Chi Theta; Chi Beta; Secretary, Phi Mu. ROBERT SILVERBERG, Wilmington, Delaware; JAMBALA- YA Staff; Zeta Beta Tau. A. MICHAEL SLOSBERG, Watch Hill, Rhode Island; Chair- man. Honor Board; President, Sophomore Class; Lagniappes Committee; Hillel Foundation; Alpha Epsilon Pi. Third Row: GARY M. STERN, Chicago, Illinois; Treasurer, Sigma Alpha Mu. E. GERMAIN STUMPF, JR., New Orleans, La. ELLIS JOSEPH TOUSSIER, Mexico City, D.F.; Sailing Club; Chorus. Fourth Row: WAYNE WELEY TRUXILLO, New Orleans, La. BARRY A. WAX, St. Petersburg, Florida; Varsity Track Team; Sigma Alpha Mu. J. KIRK WOOD, Sarasota, Florida; J.Y.A.; Young Con- servatives; Sailing Club; Greenbackers. Fifth Row: JACK C. WORSHAM, Tyler, Texas; Vice President, Senior Class; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 307 Lee H. Johnson, Dean engineering 308 309 First Row: GARY K. ANDERSON, Bogota, Colombia; ASCE; Vice President, Kappa Alpha Order. PERRY M. BAGALMAN, New Orleans, La.; A.I.Ch.E.; Vice President, Tau Beta Pi; Pershing Rifles. THOMAS BARR, New Orleans, La.; Kappa Alpha Order. Second Row: MARVIN BEASLEY, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Tau Beta Pi IEEE; President, School of Engineering; President, Junio Class; Scabbard and Blade; NROTC Batallion Adjutant Swimming; President, Pi Kappa Alpha. JON A. BERTUCCI, New Orleans, La.; President, A.I.Ch.E. Corresponding Secretary, Tau Beta Pi. WALTER EMANUEL BLESSEY, JR., New Orleans, La.; Vice President, ASCE; JYA; Co-Captain, Golf; Greenbackers; Kappa Alpha Order. Third Row: RONALD BOUVIER, New Orleans, La.; I.E.E.E.; Arnold Air Society; Sigma Pi. JOHN W. BRODTMAN, New Orleans, La.; Treasurer, ASCE: Pershing Rifles; Sailing Club; Treasurer, Kappa Phi. DENNY BRYAN, Palos Heights, Illinois; ASME: Vice Presi- dent, Senior Class; Sigma Pi. Fourth Row: ROBERT E. CALLANDER, JR., Biloxi, Mississippi; Corre- sponding Secretary, Southeast Region of A.I.Ch.E.; Vice President, A.I.Ch.E.; President, Sophomore Class; Kappa Sigma. JOHN WESLEY CALVIN, Hollywood, Florida; ASCE; Delta Tau Delta. JOSEPH G. COCCHIARA,JR., New Orleans, La.; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; I.E.E.E.; President, Senior Class; Pi Kap- pa Alpha. First Row: ROBERT A. COLE, New Orleans, La.; ASME; Kappa Phi. BRIAN R. DEACON, Fayetteville, New York; ASCE; Scab- bard and Blade. LOUIS A. DUGAS, JR., Mobile, Alabama; ASME. Second Row: W. McDonald DUFILHO, MetaiWe, La.; ASME. A. J. ENGLANDE, JR., New Orleans, La.; ASCE. DOUGLAS JOHN FREESWICK, Highland Park, New Jer,- sey; Delta Tau Delta. Third Row: GLENN MICHAEL GARTE, Miami, Florida; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; ASCE; " Student Directory " ; President, Alpha Epsilon Pi. THOMAS F. GERRETS, Gretna, La.; ASME; Arnold Air So- ciety. MIKE GOODRICH, Birmingham, Alabama; Representative, Schoo! of Engineering; Greenbackers; President, Sigma Al- pha Epsilon. Fourth Row: GEORGE C. GREEN, New Orleans, La.; ASME; Scabbard and Blade. HAL EDWARD HUTCHISON, Sarasota, Florida: ASME; Delta Tau Delta. LOUIS OLIVER JEANSONNE, 111, Baton Rouge, La.; Treas- urer, A.I.Ch.E.; President, Beta Theta Pi. 310 First Row: ALLEN RICHARD JENSEN, New Orleans, La.; A.S.M.E.; Beta Theta Pi. ROBERT JOURDAN, Dalas, Texas; A.S.C.E.; Swimming Team; " T " Club; Delta Tau Delta. WALTER T. KLENZ, Oakland, California; Cosmopolitan Committee; Scabbard Blade; Arnold Air Society. Second Row: TOBY M. KOLSTAD, JR., New Orleans, La.; Phi Eta Sigma; A.S.M.E.; Secretary, Junior Class; Secretary, School of En- gineering; Pi Kappa Alpha. WYLMER CRENSHAW POOL, New Orleans, La.; Student Council; President, Tau Beta Pi; President, I.E.E.E. WILLIAM McBRIDE, JR., Bakersfield, California; A.I.Ch.E.; Delta Tau Delta, Third Row: SKIP MILLER, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Vice President, School of Engineering; Vice President, Junior Class; Tulane Stu- dent Council; Engineering Student Council; Honor Board; House Council; A.S.C.E.; Delta Tau Delta. RICHARD W. MILLER, Savannah, Georgia; Freshman Base- bail. DONALD O ' CONNOR, Miami, Florida; Tau Beta Pi; I.E.E.E. Fourth Row: WILLIAM WARREN POWELL, Gulfport, Mississippi; Delta Tau Delta. CHARLES W, REID. JR., Memphis, Tennessee; Pan Hellenic Council; Padohad Committee; A.S.M.E.; President, Sigma Chi. RICK RICHTER, Miami, Florida; Alpha Epsilon Pi. Fifth Row: DAVID SHAVER, Valparaiso, Florida; Pan Hellenic Council; Sigma Pi. NEWELL ALLAN SMITH, JR., Orange, Connecticut. JOSEPH J. TARDO, New Orleans, La.; LE.E.E.; AFROTC Color Guard Commander; Phi Delta Theta. Sixth Row: DAVID L WILLS, Hollywood, Florida; A.S.M.E. WILLIAM R. WILSON, JR., Montgomery, Alabama; Phi Eta Sigma; J.Y.A.; A.I.Ch.E. BRUCE WISMAR, New Orleans, La.; Tau Beta Pi; A.S.C.E.; Gamma Delta; Kappa Phi. Seventh Row: J. HANK ZIEGLER, Pompano Club; A.S.C.E.; Sigma Pi. ROBERT I. ZIMMERMAN, New Orleans, La. Beach, Florida; Newman 311 ngineering undergraduates f ( M K 0 f ( hdk First Row: FRANK G. ADAMS, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore GARY L. ALLEN, Durnedin, Florida; Freshman JAKE ALFORD, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore MATT ANDERSON, Miami, Florida; Junior ANDREW A. ARMSTRONG, Miami, Florida; Freshman Second Row: DENNIS ARONSON, Miami, Florida; Junior BILL BANE, Batesburg, South Carolina; Junior GREGORY ROBERT BARR, New. Orleans, La.; Freshn DON BARRUS, New Orleans, La.; Junior RUSS BENNETT, Mexico City, Mexico; Freshman Third Row: REGEL L. BISSO, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore ALAN BOOKMAN, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore JAMES M. BORDYN, Hollywood, Florida; Freshman BRIAN JAMES BOURG, Westwego, La.; Sophomore MICHAEL WILLIAM BRANARO, Houston, Texas; Freshman Fourth Row: RICHARD BRETZ, Baton Rouge, La,; Freshman SAMUEL T. BURGUIERES, New Orleans, La.; Freshman JONATHAN LEE BUSH, Grenta, La.; Freshman CHUCK CARELTON, Houston, Texas; Freshman BRIAN CHARBONEAU, Memphis, Tennessee; Freshman First Row: MICHAEL CHARBONNET, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore BILL CHARBONNET, New Orleans, La.; Freshman DAN CLIFFE, Port Arthur, Texas; Junior MARSHALL GLEASON COLOCK, San Francisco, California; Sophomore STEPHEN F. COLLINS, Biloxi, Mississippi; Freshman Second Row: R. MICHAEL COSGROVE, New Orleans, La.; Junior GREG COTTER, New Orleans, La.; Freshman BRUCE PAUL CREIGHTON, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore N. CORT CURTIS, New Orleans, La.; Freshman DONALD C. DAVIS, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore Third Row: DUVAL FREDERICK DICKEY, JR., Pacific Palisades, California; Junior THOMAS L DONNELLAN,,Waco, Texas; Freshman MICHAEL DWORSKY, Ithica, New York; Junior MIKE ENGLER, Corpus Christi, Texas; Freshman JAMES G. FIASCONARO, New Orleans, La.; Junior Fourth Row: DUDLEY L. FLOTTE, Metairie, La.; Junior WILLIAM FORET, New Orleans , La.; Sophomore BARRY FOX, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore STEVAN FRAZIER, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore MICHAEL E. FREITAG, New Orleans, La.; Fourth Year . First Row: LARRY STEPHEN FRIEDMAN, Memphis, Tennessee; Freshman FRANK C. FROMHERZ. New Orleans, La.; Freshman GEORGE GARRETT, Pelzer, South Carolina; Freshman RICHARD L GEDDES, Houston, Texas; Sophomore LARRY GILBERT, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore Second Row: WILLIAM O. GENY, Nashville, Tennessee; Sophomore RICHARD JOSEPH GONZALEZ, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore DOUGLAS L. GORDON, JR., Baton Rouge, La.; Freshman DONALD GRAY, Dallas, Texas; Junior JOE GREENWALD, New Orleans, La.; Freshman Third Row: LOUIS GERARD GRUNTZ, JR., New Orleans, La.; Sophomore JOHNNY HAINES, Theodore, Alabama; Freshman HARVEY LEE HALL, Baton Rouge, La.; Freshman BLAKE HAMILTON, Kingsville, Texas; Sophomore STEPHEN HEFFNER, Plantation, Florida; Junior Fou rth Row: JERRY D. HILL, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore THOMAS W. HOLDEN, Monroe, La.; Freshman JOHN RICHARD HUERKAMP, New Orleans, La.; Freshman PATRICK KELLY KANE, JR., New Orleans, La.; Sophomore DANNY G. KILPATRICK, Lexington, Kentucky; Sophomore Fifth Row: RICHARD KIRCHOFER, Newburgh, New York; Sophomore MARK KIRKLAND, Baytown, Texas; Freshman JULIAN CHARLES KOCH, Birmingham, Alabama; Freshman CHRISTOPHER LEE KOCSIS, Mexico City, Mexico; Freshman JAMES H. KOSTMAYER, New Orleans, La.; Freshman Sixth Row: JAMES R. KUBEC, Wooster, Ohio; Junior ROBERT KURLANDER, Beachwood, Ohio; Freshman WILLIAM KYLE, Baton Rouge, La.; Junior MONROE LABORDE, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore MARTIN FRANK LAPARI, New Orleans, La.; Freshman 3 13 en@ineeringi undergraduates £i ii i i First Row: GERALD LATTER, New Orleans, La.; Junior CHARLES LECHE, New Orleans, La.: Sophomore EUGENE HUBERT LILLIS, JR., New Orleans, La.: Sophomore MATT LUCA, Spartanburg, South Carolina: Junior JOSEPH LOCICERO, New Orleans, La.; Freshman First Row: DICKIE PARISH, Port Gibson, Mississippi: Sophomore MAURICE PILIE, JR., New Orleans, La.; Freshman SAMUEL E. PONS, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore UWE R. PONTIUS, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Junior JAMES REESE, New Orleans, La.; Junior Second Row: GREGORY E. MACHTOLFF, Guthrie. Oklahoma: Freshman STEVE MANN, Houston, Texas; Freshman BILL McCUE, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore JOHN ROBERT McGAHA, JR., New Orleans, La.: Freshman CHARLES WILLIAM McLELLAN, Metairie, La.; Sophomore Second Row: JOSEPH A, REDDING, New Orleans, La.: Junior GRANT O. REED, East St. Louis, Illinois; Sophomore NOEL JOSEPH RICORD, New Orleans, La.; Junior BARRY RIGGS, Ashton, Maryland: Junior BRUCE ROBBINS, Glencoe, Illinois: Freshman Third Row: JEROME FREDERICK MECHLER, New Orleans, la.; Sophomore LARRY MICKAL, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore HOWARD AUSTIN MOORE, Dallas, Texas: Sophomore JAMES C. MOORE, Marietta, Oklahoma; Freshman MERVIN B. MOREHISER, New Orleans, La.; Junior ihird Row: TED RUDDOCK. San Mateo, California; Sophomore JOHN SALAS, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Freshman TOM SCANIO, Waco, Texas; Freshman GERALD LLOYD SCHROEDER, JR., New Orleans, La. Soph- omore THOMAS J. SCHROEDER, Biloxi, Mississippi; Freshman Fourth Row: JERRY NEWTON, Memphis, Tennessee: Freshman C. RANDALL ORR, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore WILLIAM J. PALERMO. New Orleans, La.; Junior DAVID LOUIS PARENTON, New Orleans, La.; Sophomore STEVEN PERIN, Pearl River, New York; Sophomore Fourth Row: G. ARTHER SEAVER, New Orleans, La. MILES SEIFERT, Charlottesville, Virginia AL SMITH, Metairie, La.; Freshman LOUIS O. SMITH, Metairie, La.; Junior WILLIAM B. SPENCER, Jackson, Mississipp Junior Sophomore Freshn J4 First Row: RICHARD STAFFORD, Savannah, Georgia; Freshman MORRIS CLYDE STAHL, III, Broomall, Pennsylvania; Junior BILL STAYER, Birmiingham, Alabama; Sophomore W. BRAD STEPHENS, JR., Dothan, Alabama LOUIS STERN, Lakeland, Florida; Sophomore Second Row: KENNETH J. STUCKE, New Orleans, La.; Freshman WILLIAM H. SYLL, JR., New Orleans, La.; Junior PRESTON J. TASSIN, JR., Westwego, La.; Freshman MIKE TOLLE, Baton Rouge, La.; Freshman JOSEPH FRANCIS TOOMY, II, Grenta, La.; Freshman Third Row: NORMAN H. VOELKEL, New Orleans, La.; Freshman ROBERT CHARLES WALLENBURG, New Orleans, La.; Junior JAMES M. WALLEY, JR., Metairie, La.; Sophomore ROBERT S. WALT, JR., Berkeley, California; Freshman THOMAS D. WATSON, Hollywood, Florida; Freshman Fourth Row: RICHARD WATTS, Bay St. Louis, Mississippi; Junior FRANK S. WELLS, New Orleans, La.; Junior JOHN STEVEN WELSH, Spartanburg, South Carolina; Junior DEWEY L. WHITMIRE, Jacksonville, Florida; Freshman PAUL A. WILDE, III, Glenview, Illinois; Freshman Fifth Row: JOHN W. WILLIAMS, Sanford, Florida; Freshman JOHN C. WOODWARD, Metairie, La.; Sophomore N. CHARLES WUSSOW, Dallas, Texas; Junior 315 school of lav f Cecil Morgan, Dean law seniors k MU k. Ulik it First Row: F. LEO FAUST, JR., New Orleans, La. MAYER FINKELSTEIN, Baton Rouge, La.; Phi Delta Phi; Sigma Alpha Mu. FABIO SRECO, Rome, Italy; Cosmopolitan Committee; Soccer Team. 1 1k l First Row: GORDON BICKFORD SHAW, Levelland, Texas; Off-cam- pus Senator; Pi Kappa Alpha. ROBERT A. VOSBEIN, New Orleans, La.; Phi Delta Phi; Moot Court Board; Kappa Alpha Order . EMILE A. WAGNER, III, New Orleans, La. Second Row: ORVILLE A. KENELLY, Bogalusa, La.; Sigma Tau Gamma. ROBERT L. LOBRANO, Pointe-a-la-Hache, La.; Sigma Chi. JAMES J. MORSE, New Orleans, La.; Kappa Alpha Order. Second Row: RONALD SONIAT WOOD, Metairie, La.; Phi Delta Phi. LANNY R. ZATZKIS, Shreveport, La. MALCOLM E. ZIEGLER, New Orleans, La.; Phi Delta Phi Kappa Sigma. Third Row: FRANCESCO ROBERTO NAPOLI, Palermo. Italy; Phi Al- pha Delta. PATRICK M. REILY. New Orleans, La.; Delta Kappa Epsl- lon. WILLIAM L RUNYON, JR., Charleston, South Carolina; Phi Alpha Delta; Pi Kappa Phi. 318 Olympia Brass Band welcomes Hale Boggs to Tulane. law undergraduates . ' - " f «= A f?» PI First Row: MICHAEL ALTON BRITT, New Orleans, La.; freshman. DANDO BELMONDO CELLINI, New Orleans, La.; junior. ALMA LINDA CHASEZ, New Orleans, La.; freshman. ERNEST LANIER EDWARDS, Bossier City, La.; junior. JOE C. ELLIOTT, Houston, Tex.; freshman. Second Row: CHARLES ANTHONY FOTO, New Orleans, La,; freshman. ABRAHAM GERBER, New Orleans, La.; freshman. EMILE L. HEBERT, III, New Orleans, La.; freshman. RONALD ADAMS JOHNSON, New Orleans, La.; freshman. WAYNE A. KARMGARD, Tampa, Fla.; freshman. Third Row: STEVE MEDO, New Orleans, La.; freshman. CONRAD MEYER, IV, New Orleans, La.; freshman. DAVID R, MEISTER, New Orleans, La.; freshman. THOMAS F. MILLER, Phoenix, Ariz.; freshman. DONALD R. MINTZ, New Orleans, La.; junior. Fourth Row: JOHN H. MUSSER, New Orleans, La.; freshman. EDWARD MYRICK, Lake Charles, La.; freshman. PETER NASS, Sarasota, Fla.; freshman. HELEN ELIZABETH ONEBANE, Lafayette, La.; junior. WILLIAM ROGERS PITTS, Alexandria, La.; freshman. Fifth Row: JEFFERSON H. ROWLEY, Fullerton, Calif.; freshman. CHARLES MANUEL SALAS, III, Miami, Fla.; freshman. ALVIN A. SCHALL, Greenwich, Conn.; freshman. LAWSON L. SWEARINGEN, JR., Ruston, La.; freshman. TOPPER THOMPSON, New Orleans, La.; junior Sixth Row: WALTER WATSON van BENTHUYSEN, JR., New Orleans, La.; junior. BARRY F. VIOSCA, New Orleans, La.; junior. RAYNAL BRENT YOUNG, Bossier City, La.; freshman. 319 medicine 320 Charles Sprague, Dean iTiediecal seniors First Row: RALPH B. ARMSTRONG, New Orleans, La.; Treasurer, Freshman Class; Owl Club; Nu Sigma Nu. J. SHELDON ARTZ, Shaker Heights, Ohio; Phi Delta Epsi- lon. RICHARD BASSIN, Maplewood, New Jersey. Second Row: LEWIS C. COOK, New Orleans, La. DAVID A. DEPP, Metairie, La.; Nu Sigma Nu; Beta Theta Pi, DORSET W. DYSART, Springfield, Missouri. First Row: JACK ROBERT GOODMAN, Flushing, New York; Alpha Omega Alpha. SERGIO G. GONZALEZ, New Orleans, La. ROBERT D. HOLBERT, Ft. Worth, Texas: Alpha Kapp- Kappa. Second Row: CHRIS F. JESSEN, San Francisco, California; Nu Sigma Nu. ROGER N. KLAM, Monroe, La. THOMAS WILCOX KLEIN, Stockton. California; Alpha Kappa Kappa. Third Row: DEAN F. ECHOLS, New Orleans, La.; Nu Sigma Nu. STEPHEN BRUCE EDELSON, Brooklyn, New York. JOHN OCHSNER GAGE. New Orleans, La.; Phi Chi, Fourth Row: GERVIS F. GALBRAITH, Abilene, Texas; Nu Sigma Nu. LAWRENCE G. GETZ, New Orleans, La.; Alpha Epsilon Delta Pre Medical Society; Alpha Omega Alpha; Alpha Kappa Kappa. EUSTACE STEVERS GOLLADAY, New Orleans, La.; Phi Chi. Third Row: RICHARD J. LEMEN, Lafayette, La.; Alpha Kappa Kappa. JOSEPH NADELL, Elmhurst. New York; History of Medi- cine Society. WARREN NAGATA, Los Angeles, California; Alpha Kappa Kappa. Fourth Row: THOMAS C. NAUGLE, New Orleans, La.; Phi Chi. DARREL DEAN NEWKIRK, New Orleans, La.; Student A.M. A.; President, Tulane-L.S.U. Baptist Medical Fellow- ship; Smith, Kline French Foreign Medical Fellow. THOMAS M. PARKER, Austin, Texas. 322 First Row: HAROLD SAWELSON, Miami, Florida; Alpha Kappa Kappa. IRA CLIFTON SKINNER, San Antonio, Texas; Phi Chi. ROBERT E. SNYDER, Canton, Minnesota; President of Stu- dent A.M. A.; President of Alpha Kappa Kappa. Second Row: JOHN BRUCE STOLIAR, Dallas, Texas; President, History oF Medicine Society; Phi Delta Epsilon. KENT WEBSTER THOMPSON, Pasadena, California; Alpha Kappa Kappa. MICHAEL H. WILLOUGHBY, Macon, Georgia; Phi Chi. medical undergraduates BRUNER B. BOSIO, JR., New Orleans, La.; Freshman BILL HELVlE, Caracas, Venezuela; Freshman JAMES CHESTER MOHLE, San Antonio, Texas; Sopho- more. CORBETT LEE PENTON, Corcoran, California; Freshman. 0% 323 David R. Deener, Dan, Graduate School Walter L. Kindelsperger, Dean, School of Social Work 3 24 university college graduate sctiool scliool of social work 325 graduafe school ikft m First Row: SARAH BEAUMONT, Birmingham, Alabama; University College. GRETCHEN DIANE BIROSAK, Chicago Heights, Illinois; Graduate School. JOHN S. BROWN, Pampa, Texas; Graduate School. 1 4 First Row: JANE RITTENBERG GOLDRING, New Orleans, La.; Uni- versity College. CHARLES H. GOODMAN, Ft. Worth, Texas; Graduate School. SAM G. HARRISON, Houston, Texas; Graduate School. Second Row: SUE B. BYRNE, Foley, Alabama; Graduate School. DIANA THERESA DiLEO, New Orleans, La.; Graduate School. ARTHUR JAMES FOSTER, JR., Lubb ock, Texas; Graduate School. Second Row: LEROY H. HAVERLAH, JR., Stockdale, Texas; Social Work. PAUL M. HEIDGER, JR., Lakewood, Colorado; Graduate School. REVA LUPIN, New Orleans, La.; University College. Third Row: Third Rov SHEILA KATHERINE FULMER, Melbourne, Florida; Uni- LARRY MADDOX, Jackson, Mississippi; Social Work, versity College. ECUHARD MANDELKOW, Hamburg, Germany; Gradu- RANDALL W. FUSSELL, Hazlehurst, Georgia; Graduate ate School. C 1 I °° ' HARVEY POWELL MARICE, Metarle, La.; Graduate CAROLYN GIFFORD, Mexico, D.F.; Graduate School. School. 326 First Row: ETHELYN ORSO, New Orleans, La.; Graduate School DONALD ROBERT SCHLATER, New Orleans, La.; Grad- uate School. WILLIAM FOSTER WALKER, III, Alexandria, La.; Graduate School. Second Row: MADALYN WEINER, New Orleans, La.; University College. TOYB WOLTER, Charlottesville, Virginia; Graduate School. 327 rote 328 anchor and chain Recognized for outstanding ability m Naval Science are, front row, M. Thiriot, J. Porter, R. Cosgrove; second row, D. Taylor, A. Grlswold. M. Luca, L. Silver; third row, W. Munyon, B. Ludwig, J. Jinks, G. Miller, and E. Rebenneck. pershing rifles K Company 5th Regiment, Pershing Rifles, commanded by Cadet A. L. Watson (far left). Taylor Manson is the team ' s sponsor. 329 iroold air society Commander of Arnold Air Society is Michael Frietaq. front center. Pictured with him are the members of the Society, front row, left to right, Cadets H. Boasso, W. Talley, R. Decou, P. Brown, D. Womacl, J. Bowers, J. Wilhelm, D. Kilpatrick. Second Row: R. Birmingham, W. Klenz, J. Oxenham, E. Mayfield, K. Ramsey, J. Devlin, C. Weeks. Third Row: R. Hawley, J. Bell, R. Gurtler. U. Pontius, T. Gerrets, J. McMillan, R. Bouvier, and D. Johnson. scabbard and blade Recognized for high achievement In military science In their respective branches of the ROTC are, -front row, W. Klenz. C. WIclcs, D. Kilpatrick, P. DIffley, R. Hardy, W. Bailey, D. Denning, P. Newspm. Second Row: J. Devlin, J. Bell. M. Dodge, G. Green, C. Becker, E. OdachowskI, G. Sunderland, E. Haas. Third Row: R. Hawley, J. Bowers, J. Welsh, D. SImoneaux, B. Ludwig, T. Sawyer, J. WItmeyer. 330 Pictured from left are Capt. Henry H. DeLaureal, Navy: Col. Grady F. Rials, Army; and Lt. Col. John C. Yearwood, Air Force. 331 navy Batfalion Commander William Munyon and his staff members, from left. J. Allen, E. Eustls, C. Keedy, and N. Bleier. Drill team, commanded by Albert James, passes in review. Commodores include (first row) Susan Heatherly, Brenda Gooch, Susan Shelton, Delia Wimberly, Jeanne Mollere, Aimee Locke, and Susan Ship- man; (second row) Mary Brownfleld, Susan Summers, Lee Covert, Jane Shelton, Sherry Dickenhorst, Claudette Stewart, Penny Pugh, Winnie Shrieve, Tina McAdoo, Duane Eagan, Laurie Fuge, Lisette Derbes, Karen Midkiff, Maggie Moore. v r vUt- ■ ' iv 332 ■■»t jitei i--5:r ;aj Navy Drum and Bugle Corps, Ludwiq, stands at attention. ommanded by Midshipman Bruce Johns ■ --.e !-i -:, , Color Mannin, and Brazier. Guard are Midshipmen McCormick, 333 army Ss Row: P. Newsom, J. Spalding, J. Melancon, M. Fmdley, D. Capretz. J. Myers, and T. White. (Not Pictured: D. Bryan). Army ROTC Color Guard members Carl Weathington, John Witmeyer ■ " . ' Jeffrey Tyra. Alan Bookman, and William Smith. A 334 Army ROTC Sponsors include, front, Molly Mullins, Ann Bucaro, Nancy Fau- bion, Pat Giglio, Barbara Edin, and back row, Martha Trickey, Janice Parker, Cindy Roberson, and Taylor Manson. Army Drum and Bugle Corps called to attention by Cadet Captam Shelton Adkins (far right). 335 Color Guard; Cadets W. Shirley, P. Jones, D. Morris, and M. Eberhardt. The " Sabre Jets, " Air Force Drill Team, is commanded by Cadet John Bell Guidon bearer is Robert Garland; Executive Officer is Glenn Gaudet. Cadet Robert Hawley presenting his staff to the professor of aerospace studies. 336 The " hellcats, " Arr Force Drum and Bugle Corps, commanded by Cadef Randy Gun+er. Flanking him are Guidon Bearer Jim LeBauve and Executive Officer Gary Duker. air force Cadet officers being presented betore a formal pass in re- land. Reynold Decou, James McGill. Paul Brown, and John view ceremony are, from left. Randy Sunter, Susan Mar- Bell. h ' - ' angle flight Cap+atn Robert Henry. Advisor to Angel Flight. Angel Flight Officers are, sealed, Susan Gold, Adminli tralivc Officer; Susan Marland. Commander; Linda Alexander, Executive Officer; standing, Jane Rush, Activities Officer; Susan Nagle, Information Officer; and Gretchen Hansen, Corresponding Secretary Not pic- tured is Suzanne Dupuy, Comptroller.) Members of Angel Flight are, left, top to bottom, Anne Riley, Madeline Furey, Caroline Dickey, Anna Baugh, Karen Killick, Sue Brignac, Anita Rees, Malin Davis; center, Christy King, Debby Brown, Mary Harrington, Sally Viner, Judy French, Andi Ravinett, Penny Chittim; right, Ann Affolter, Tinker Morrison, Nan Cohen, Ann Butterfield, Chotsie Col- lier, Mary Crilly. Louise Goldman, Sylvia Dreyfus. clubs 339 " 3 CENTER Program The Cosmopolitan Committee under Larry Wright Is the University ' s contact group with the International students at Tulane. The group ' s activities have ranged from smorgas- bord feasts like Fete Internationale to international nights in the Rathskeller. In addition, the committee has sponsored a program which places an American " Buddy ' with each new student to help acquaint him with American life and campus activities. " You say you only work when a phofoqrapher is around? " " Just offerinq the study-weary Tulanlans some oood clean fu . but, I tell you, I love Neqroes! These two always go in for some kind of laqniappe. You ' ll wonder where the yellow went. What do you do with a full auditorium and no speaker? Events which add a cultural flavor to the University Center program In the fields of film, literature, and the arts are presented by the Fine Arts Committee. Throughout the year, the committee under Norm Sllber sponsored events such as the Fine Arts Film Series which features films from comedy to ballet. The committee also brings varied art displays to the campus which are shown on the mezzanine of the University Center. To the Hospitality Committee falls the responsibility of making the students and visitors on campus feel at ease and welcome. The committee sponsors a weekly coffee with Informal entertainment such as the Tulanlans, the Young Singers from Guatemala, and Your Father ' s Moustache. Exam coffees are also held. Travel maps aid students In swapping rides home for the holidays, and also for exchang- ing rides to out of town football games. The committee members also sell tickets and usher for all University Center- sponsored programs and entertainment. The committee maintains the " for sale " board in the University Center for student convenience. Lagniappes plans all University-sponsored dances, and began the year successfully with the largest Freshman Dance ever. Lagniappes also sponsored Spirit dances before every home game; most of the campus enjoyed Tulane ' s biggest and best Homecoming Dance, on the Steamer President, featuring Dionne Warwick. First semester ended with a " What Me Worry? " Dance to compensate for the weeks of hard study to come. Meg Burns, chairman, opened second semester with the Campus Lover Election and Dance, followed by a Basketball Spirit Dance, a Saint Patrick ' s Day TSIF, and other festivities. 341 CENTER Program " It ' ll be a quick ride home this year for Christmas The Lyceum Committee ' s function is to provide the cam- pus with big name speakers, outstanding lecturers, and to provide a forum where students may express their ideas on a wide range of local and national topics. Lyceum under Lenn Knapp has been especially active this past year. Major speakers included such men as Richard Nixon, Ray Sherer, John Ciardi, htale Boggs, and Max Lerner. A Race Relations Series which included Leander Perez, and an Educational Forum was held by the local developments sub-committee of the Lyceum committee. The professor-exchange sub- committee compiled a list of professors who would be willing to lecture to other universities in the area. Free speech rallies were also sponsored throughout the year by the committee. " I ' ve heard of holding up the fort, but this is ridiculous. ' " Just prepannq for drogher one oi our small weekend parties ' Tulane !n+erna+ional The obiec+ive of the Padohad Committee Is to publicize upcoming University events and holidays by means of ban- ners and decorations In the Center. Padohad ' s new objec- tives of decorations and publicity have created a busy schedule for A. J. Friedman ' s committee. The theme for Hanging of the Green was " Christmas in Song " . Also new and exciting was their " Final Fling " project. Publicity was especially heavy with banners telling of such events at Fete Internationale, the Lovin ' Spoonful, and football games and other campus activities. Under the leadership of the Pado- had Executive Board, the committee functioned efficiently and actively. The Recreation Committee, as Its name Implies, has as its primary function to provide all types of recreational activi- ties for Tulane students. This committee handles annual tournaments in billiards, bowling, tennis, chess, bridge, and the other sports. The sponsoring of vacation trips and tours Is a further function of the Recreation Committee. In addi- tion to Its activities on the Tulane Campus, this committee led by chairman Sam Levy sponsors delegates to the Regional Association of College Unions tournaments and contests. The Spotllghters Committee spotlights talent on the Tulane University campus. The committee chaired by Jean Cooper has provided such shows as the Christmas Night at Tulane, the Lovin ' Spoonful , and the Grapes and Allan Show. In addition, the committee has set up and maintained the two music listening rooms in the Center. There were also second semester plans for a Bridal Style Show. " Magi ' s mob strikes again. ' 343 alpha phi omega circle k APO ' s purpose is to assemble college and university men in the fellowship of the Scout oath and law, to develop frIendsKip, and to serve the school, community and nation. In its nearly 400 chapters college men of all races, religions, and creeds participate in APO activities. APO ' s many projects include an information booth at registration, Cam- pus Carnival, and a Christmas project. It also serves as campus representative for the Red Cross, and is always a willing helper at various campus and community activities. President Vice-President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Max Van Gilder Lawrence Silver John Musser Bill Yeager Jay Robbins Jeffry Wright Circle K is a service organization similar to the Kiwanis but operating on the campus. It is both a leadership and character-building group serving the campus and com- munity. Circle K extends an opportunity to students for joint as well as individual participation in activities concerned with betterment of the campus and community. Circle K also sponsors social events from time to time. This year Tulane ' s chapter acted as host to the Circle K Regional Convention. Organized internationally in 1952, membership now exceeds 5,000 throughout the United States and Canada. Circle K came to Tulane in 1955. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Paul Dalgle Bill Clark Bruce Fox Steve Frazier sailing club The Tulane Sailing Club is one of the largest and nnost active groups on the campus. Activities such as novice cruises, skippers ' races, beer and seafood parties, the annual Christmas party with Santa Claus, and novice training fill each and every -member ' s calendar. The racing team has also been busy this year, participat- ing in the SEISA Centerboard Championships at Talla- hassee, the Douglas Cup Regatta in Long Beach, the Shell Trophy at MIT, as well as hosting several invitational regattas on Lake Pontchartrain such as the Baldwin-Wood Memorial and the Sugar Bowl Regattas. Commodore Rear Commodore Vice Commodore Secretary-Treasurer Art Seaver Bromley Smith Mike Sweeney Mary Fayeth Rossiter Greenbackers is the official spirit organization on campus, and has attempted to instill a positive attitude among the members of the entire student body by its many lively activities on campus. In one of its most active years as a campus organization, Greenbackers has sponsored and planned the following activities: well-attended pep rallies, and bonfires before the Cincinnati and LSU football games; a Spirit Dance (with Lagniappes); team send-offs; decora- tions for the goal posts; half-time shows for basketball games; and " Player of the Week " for both major and minor sports, lust to name a few!!!! In addition Greenbackers sold spirit hats, and the Newcomb pins. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Bob Whitehlll Maggie Moore Edie Thomas Buddy Lowenstein barracudas athletic council The Barracuda Swim Club promotes interest in form swimming and pageant planning and sponsors the Newcomb Intramural Swimming Meet. Tryouts are held every fall, and the membership is based on skill in performing basic strokes and special stunts. There are approximately twenty five members in the club, and they swim for several hours each week. The new members, or " Baby Barracudas " , are initiated as full members only after participation in the annual spring water ballet held in the Monk Simons Memorial Pool. The April show, which had as its theme " Colors " , high- lighted the activities for the year. President Vice-President Secretary Sally Balch Beth Day Walda Fishman Every girl of the Newcomb student body is a member of the Athletic Association. The Athletic Council, composed of officers and representatives from all the sororities and inde- pendent groups on campus, plans and supervises competitive sports, team and individual, for the Athletic Association. Tournaments held throughout the year include volleyball, ping-pong, badminton, basketball, swimming, and Softball. For the first time this year, an all girls ' bowling tournament has been held. Points are awarded to the winners of each of the tournaments, and accumulate toward the Athletic Trophy. The Council also organizes the Student-Faculty games in volleyball and Softball, which are greatly enjoyed by both groups. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Susan S+aub Margie Nolan Kathy McHugh Mary Clare McEnerny tulane Established at Tulane ' s College of Engineering in 1933, the American Society of Civil Engineers today sponsors activities of many types for engineering students. At the ' bi-monthly meetings speakers and films concerning civil engineering are presented. The group has also organized field trips for its members to construction sites, offshore drilling rigs, and fabrication and industrial plants in the New Orleans area. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Alvin Flettrich Wally " Hotrod " Blessey Tim White Walt Brodtman business society The objects of the Tulane Business Society are to enhance the academic program of the Tulane Graduate School of Business Administration by promoting faculty student rela- tions, encouraging the development of the future adminis- tration by supporting the academic program with a series of meetings of professional interest, and to provide a social framework for relaxation. President Vice-President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer H. C. Kilgore I. J. Bremner R. E. Shrieves J. E. King K. K. Singh pre-lav f students The Tulane Pre-Law Students Association is in its first year as an organization on campus. Its purpose is to get students acquainted with the requirements needed for law school, and with the opportunities for law school graduates. Throughout the year, the group has had lectures, discussions and forums, and also documentary films. Some of the very successful speakers have included: Dean of Admissions at Tulane Law School; a Louisiana State Supreme Court Jus- tice; and representatives from the F.B.I, and the New Orleans District Attorney ' s office. The year was climaxed by an annual banquet. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer David Bercuson Rick Boutall Jack Guttman Bill Brumfield pre-medical society The Pre-Medical Society acquaints all undergraduate pre- medical students with the many different fields of medicine and to each of the field ' s respective problems. The Society is made up of students who are planning careers in medicine, and it serves to present current medical trends to its mem- bership about which the undergraduate pre-medical student might otherwise be unaware. Devoted to various phases of medical education, the society has sponsored lectures on various topics, such as med-school admission and internship. This year ' s full schedule of programs was highlighted by a program on schizophrenia presented by Dr. Heath. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Neil M. Levins Lyie Steven Michael Finn Bruce Fox la tertulia Oreades is the Newcomb Honorary Classics group which meets throughout the year to promote an appreciation of the classics, to study the influence that classics have made on our life today, and also to sustain an interest in classical knowledge. The programs vary from fun ceremonies to interesting lectures like that of Mr. Shapiro. In December, Oreades celebrates the Roman pagan festival Saturnalia with Eta Sigma Phi. Second semester each year, after initiation, the Club members have a luscious Roman Banquet which they pre- pare themselves. This banquet is usually held at the home of one of the members, and ends the year ' s activities. President Vice-President Secretary (town) Secretary (dorm) Treasurer Sandra hfollan Janet Coppel Anne Lavigne Martha Sorrels Sharon Kozlowski La Tertulia, the Spanish honorary club at Newcomb Col- lege, promotes an understanding between the Spanish and American cultures, and maintains an active interest in the customs, literature, and art of Spain and South America. Meetings are held once each month, and the club ' s members converse in the Spanish language in an informal atmosphere, and present programs, such as lectures by Dr. Smither and Dr. Olivera. In addition, La Tertulia has a relationship with the Latin American Center at Loyola. The annual activities include commemoration of Columbus Day, a Christmas fiesta, Pan American Day, and Cervantes Day. In addition, a Spanish banquet in a Mexican restaurant is held to inaugurate the new officers and members. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sarabess Aronoff Topper Anne Shiff Ricki Price Regina Rogers moot court Law school training is incomplete without some experience in the practical presentation of a case in court. Ability in this phase of the work of the lawyer is obtained through the Moot C ourt program. The Moot Court at Tulane offers the qualified law student a chance to prepare and argue cases under actual courtroom conditions. For the purpose of the competition the student body in the two upper classes is divided into teams, or law firms, and the Justices of the Court are selected from these members on the basis of scholarship. The high point of Moot Court competition occurs in the third year when the two teams surviving the elimination rounds are allowed to argue a case before the Supreme Court of the State of Louisiana. President Charles Stephens Faculty Advisor Professor Leonard Oppenheim 350 tbe Fa n clut) part of the great american pop society 351 riiXUiJMitUtiiXtiM iUiUUIl.UHUUliUUmuUiLUilkU 352 inter-ffaitli council The Inter-Faith Council serves as a channel of communi- cations among all University-recognized religious organiza- tions. The membership of the Council consists of two repre- sentatives from each religious organization and, in an advisory capacity, the campus clergymen. The main pro- grams of the Council have included a religious orientation procedure in the fall, and the sponsoring of major religious speakers during the year. The year ' s activities were highlighted by a lecture by Mr. Erwin Canhan, editor of the Christian Science Monitor and honorary delegate to the United Nations. In addition, the Council helped with the International Gift Bazaar. 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A MUTUAL COMPANY ( NEW ORIEANS, U.S.A. ' O ( ompiimenid ip of FREEPORT SULPHUR COMPANY Producers of Crude Sulphur NEW ORLEANS PORT SULPHUR Hour hrome Exclusiveh CaMntaH uc piyUcf Tt PANCAKE Steak House Also RICK ' S PANCAKE HOUSE 2547 CANAL ST. Costume de rigueur is not really necessary for banking at ICB Come in your Bermudas, if you succeeded in creating La Banque like. But do come see how beau- Magnifique in La Nouvelle Or- tiful we ' ve tried to make New leans! Next time you ' re in our Orleans ' newest bank. From com- city or neighborhood, come in ments, compliments, ooohs and and see how handsome ... and ahhhs, we believe that we have helpful a bank can be. n INTERNATIONAL CITY BANK AIMD TRUST CO IVIPAMY DOXA NTOWN OFFICE— 321 ST, CHARLES AT UNION UNIVERSITY OFFICE— FRERET AT JEFFERSON AVE. NEV V ORLEANS. LA. 70130 MEMBER F=. D, I i ri J TTF ■ 111 ri I rr r J FT Jj S CASUAL CLOTHING AT ITS BEST " ONLY A MILE FROM THE NEWCOMB CAMPUS " a barn Full of dresses for the youoG ayouns at heart 8110 HAMPSOM ST. SO PACES FRO V CARRQLLTOn AVE, RID B7U ADMINISTRATION Board of Administrators 235 Officers of Administration 236 Student Life 238 ANGEL FLIGHT 338 BEAUTIES 49 CHEERLEADERS 102 CLASSES Newcomb 242 Architecture 268 A S 272 Business 304 Engineer ing 308 Law 316 Medicine 320 University College . ■ 324 Social Work 324 Graduate School 324 CLUBS Athletic Council 346 APO 344 ASCE 347 Barracudas 346 Circle K 344 Fan Club 35! Graduate Business Society 347 Greenbackers 345 La Tertulia 349 Moot Court 350 Oreades 349 Pre-Law 348 Pre-Law 348 Sailing Club 345 TUCP 340 COMMODORES 332 COMMUNICATIONS 142 FRATERNITIES .192 AEn 222 II AS 226 AT.Q 202 Ben 214 Chi Phi Colony 228 ATA 206 KA 198 K2 208 A0 210 KX 1 94 HKA 1 96 2AE 212 2AM 218 2X 200 EN 204 Sn 220 TE 224 ZBT 216 SORORITIES 166 AAH I 76 AE 1 82 AOn I 70 xn 172 KAG 180 KKE 174 M 178 HB ' 168 SAT 1 84 SPORTS 62 Football 66 Basketball 78 Baseball 86 Track 90 Golf 94 Soccer 95 Tennis 96 Sailing 99 Swimming 101 back words this was a year of words at tulane spoken and printed sincere and well thought heard but too frequently ignored of confused direction and inadequate communication of study apathy of student involvement grieving the loss of theatre cursing the design of the science block asking the meaning of gentle thursday this is the time to question our own importance at this period of desperation at this hour of coldest peace at this moment of why to develop and maintain ideals — never to be compromised to plan to aim to reach . . . the editor

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