University of Alabama - Corolla Yearbook (Tuscaloosa, AL)

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XX if , M1524 qkwklcimv' QW . 1 'V'-iii ': . . 15' 251' , V1 kg ' -1 5 7:-xygi-N' 5 bv A 44' 2 lx Wi, P0193 I8 . I 'Q . A CHILLY BLAST OF WIND sweeps across The quadrangle compelling The cadets To don their heavy Tunics and en- couraging everyone io seek the indoor amusemenfs of baskelball, Christmas parties, and warm get-fogethers. P919 r l 1 9 f 5 w 'w u ,w I r 0 w 6 1 1 I ? 1 I i - ---f--, W ,.:g.v Q1 WJ THE CAPSTONE THAWS, and as needles of frost give woly To open windows cmcl shorl sleeves, The campus is once ogolin ihe scene of lively ouioloor clciiviiy. 1 Ziff' w f ' .' s ' f , f iff! " Qffnf W 7, Aoi, if-' . Q V f , "' - ,W H' vfz .,f ' 1' ' , ' Q - ff , Lv ' A' '- 1" Q Qi, if? ' A 1 - 5, 1' ,f f -fm f, an ,V it S' . fi ,f 1 , 47 ?, 4 1, , f 1 sa , 4, I f , ff 5, QL, , ,',QwZ,kb,J iw . .. 'ff .19 Q! ' fl, , 144 WKQ V W fu 'gf 4 ge: K W, f ff! X I f limi w':1::--zJ'4I.- N.- - -1 f m. v. Q' fkgg- fq ssl 5" 'ff ' W ' . 1. -. .-1,1 H f ' 5 X ,-wa-:favs ,- :1 v 4 gf ' fs! 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Nights of toil and anxiety and days of sparkle and glamour are evident as sororities turn the Capstone into one glittering extravaganza. Sorority girls descend on rushees . . . rushees and ruslners alike pour on the charm . . . ' lil!-N x rfb: le' r 77"':f."'g . v 'A--,Til .MVT . - x ' 5 lf!! . 'n-,Z rl - ,Q .T . . , . F 42-g' -A ki' vw Lf' f "' ' "Qi-.,-IQ, - J A.Eb,'L.f"i's1':i1 .-.. . 5 cmd weeks of prepciroiion ore proven on skit day. Decisions-bids . everything ciimoixes . . . Page 29 on Squeoil Night A coed pleads with an unmoved advisor . . . REGISTRATION im necessary evil of every semester-bane to the freshman and drudgery to the upper- a higher-up is summoned classman. Most often associated with frustration and weary feet, registration nevertheless marks the true beginning of each school term. . I I 4 L, -s ,, - SW ' 4, Page 30 Things just might work out BV and-VOILA-another IBM card! PEP RALLIES Qi exemplify The spirif omol enthusiasm iholt ore so much ci poirf of ony college or universify. Teors follow losses Page 32 The victorious Beolr is connonized XX . hi A I .1 hug Mag..-1, students hail on if-T1 Tide Page 33 HOMECOMING 'fills The sTreeTs wiTh bumper Troiffic, The frceTerniTy houses wiTh mouThs of hungry oilums, and Denny SToidium wiTh 50,000 Ioleoiry-eyed Toms. as 2,5 2 s..T , Q, Q . ri we Xara 77,- QN, in ew? ' -' "Q, r-. -za:-,X In . , rx T is 'T Wild disploiys reigns compus-wide. 4,4f. .T-+ GREEK and INTERNATIONAL WEEKS Many campus groups receive The focus of The CapsTone ThroughouT The school year, iouT perhaps The Two commanding The mosT aTTenTion are The Greek socieTies and The foreign sTudenTs. Greek Week spoTiighTs The TraTerniTies and sororiTies . . . as They enTerTain and are honored Pg 36 A 6 mfg x ,hr while Iniernofioncul Week is cz Time for discussion cmd undersfcmding . . . as -L. 4 sa Page 37 oamong students of cull nations CN ' ..:31'."' ,,5:,.,:f,:g Q Ag.-' 257155,-:' Szff Y X 1 X ,M .271 gre AQ We , .J.. .,... ,.,. , . 4., - Y mf., Q33 - . Avf l Vfiexf rf. ,if -mm, 'APN Xifvfw--K 'M W Nyw' X y' .2 XQ rx V Av i H 'E ,. 1 . . N ,Q K ,,..l.- 3 2 Q i m..:::ffa:-32 -21 xr: ,, , Yggx: W . N ,, f -Za. ' ""-' 2 ff, V : 2. is X km 1 :f' 'X 1, MX! wi 3,-W ,,j ' 4 ' ::.:. I Ig' ,, f S yffie . V 4 ' .fs ' a-eyfsagk ygifx :H - ,- 1 :gy ,ZZ J' V' 7 E f. K e if' 1 wg, Q5 Li' 6 A .,-,, ' -fix' 'el A X 5- 4 f ffgggw A 2 fi f X IJ- f 2 I 4 T, .5 ly ing ,V ell A X . ,A . W6 w ?fgw ' - Qx w x 9 . l Q A' V MQ, ,L ggi. ' "2f::r:" :' -e 1 ' " :if .,.. C b .,.,. , J 4 af? A be 4 N rv M'-in J- 2 M5 zrfwa.. Ni' up . MX 1 ,.,g,. WH N 3 C Q g T' T Alciboamcu electrified The oair with The excife- meni of poliiicoil rallies, Ol furious ccimpolign, omd voting olciy. Will if be Barry X 'W' 14 or Lyndon? ff? The student decides-Goldwater-2 To 1. Page 39 2 I M 4 f ,V A M, , V 31 ' ef'.ff,, ZW" - 1 FESTIVAL of ARTS brings To the University community oufsiand- ing performers in the arts, accomplished musical and dance companies, and lecfurers of national significance. The feaiured attrac- fions of this year's program included- Page 40 auihor Vance Packard . . . the Birmingham Civic Balief . .Yi 1 Eudoro Welty, novelist boritone George London . . . ond the noted ortist, Theodoros Stolmos IASON'S and SIGMA CHI DER Y JASCDNCS JAMBOREE and The SIGMA CHI DERBY Iypify Ihe madness Ihai' invades Alabama with ihe coming of spring. The Jamboree Page 42 While The Sigma Chis present the mess the gorgeous e subi ITIS. S BAMA DAY is lm, wild and wooly day at the Capstone when sfu- denls forge? The cares of academic life and board the carousel for crazy games, car- nival rides, and coHon candy. a greased pole- Speeding beds . . . Pg44 -,..f-"' 'rolkes momy forms the monica . . . AIAA ELECTIONS for Student Gov- ernment offices boast all the clamor, con- fusion, dirt, and deceit of national elec- tions, but the political system ot the cam- pus DOES produce leaders and DOES pro- vide opportunities for valuable experience in human relations. Page 46 Rl N. finally lead Page 47 io the momenf of Trufh After oi brief public ceremony -The mound on the guoioiroungie is the stoige for the springtime olroimoi of induction ot ieoiding seniors into the two moior lnonoroiries ot the coimpus- Joisons for prominent men olncl Mortor Booirol tor outstanding coeds. i the new Jasons line The mound in dripping glory Page 49 FINALS and GRADUATION Registration, convocations, research pa- pers, lalo reports. Practice teaching, military, foods labs, and practice sets. Math problems. Study halls. And finals. Sometimes the student as s l W0nd9l'S- The knowledge acquired . . is all the sweat worth it? i W 3 i - ., -' l ' i if 5 V V' f tts . , .- X f ,, I : ' ls: . .- ., s. .. , ,, , . .,', 1-,, fh5,:5evs f i " 1 . ' ' ' 'H H '--' lf' " M ' E fx ,lv-f,.1ii?.',' '-.,'.-2191? L . ' j ' ' ' ' , Q' . . - . ,fury-.,f'-, --ffl: I.. Rb ir fif' - K Mi. ' , ii .' . 5 1 ' ' . - - 5 ' ' N -' 1' ' ' . . f ' , . -- " N' ' l ., ' ' " .. , I - Q V . x V , 'Mx Q 3 17' i f -,.. l. V. v - i . . '- ' ' 1 .w ziffgs :als Wwe f ,MV ..... .,:.. ,, . , , 1 Y 4 N X p 'A s -.Q wie Ms wvgrff The mafurlfy gained -.4 assure the graduate -, A 4 nhl- his Time, energy, and efforf shal be repaid f ' 2 Page 51 A I I Q , E K, , "A good university studies and plans, and uses all of its resources to achieve and maintain the highest aca- demic goals. Excellence and competence must be our driving ambition? In these words, Dr. Frank Rose expresses his idea of a university as 'Ha habitual vision of greatness' i' Each day, every student and faculty member of the University of Alabama comes into contact with the steadily increas- ing reality of Dr. Rose's " 'vision of greatness, D for the University. Impressive physical growth evidenced by new building programs in Tuscaloosa, Birmingham, and Huntsville and impressive academic growth evidenced by steady increase in faculty salaries, in teaching caliber, in programs offered, and in student performance bear witness to the power of the strong, dedicated leadership given the University by Dr. Rose. For the last seven years, Dr. Rose has struggled to make the people of Alabama realize the importance, the necessity of top-quality education. The advances that the University has made, and the pride that Ala- bamians are coming to feel for it, bear witness to the success of his efforts. Nearing fulfillment is Dr. Rose,s desire that Alabamians, still suffering from a heritage of poverty, understand that while "parents canit leave their children plantations or great wealth . . . they can leave them this wealth-a university that will let them com- pete with the bestf' Dr. Frank A. Rose President "t"?Y C.. ,. .fv 2, 5 ., . . -. ., . ?fE5i3' 2: ' 9 I 64 Page 54 Photograph by Shel Hershorn of Black Star Page 55 The Challenge facing educators and students today has never been greater. The future of the nation is in the hands of the leaders of tomorrow, and in the hands of those who teach and prepare leaders. My pride in the great University of Alabama began before my days as a student there, and it continues to grow as each new building is erected and as programs are inaugurated and expanded. Workiiig together, We will continue to build our Uni- versity of Alabama. It must retain its role as one of the outstanding institutions of higher education in America. George C. Vlfallace Governor of Alabama GOVERNOR GEORGE C. WALLACE Governor Wallace and the Board of Trustees of the University of Alabama fx, . M459-on Page 56 J. JEFFERSON BENNETT, Administrative Vice-President' a J ALEX S. POW, Vice-President for Institutional Development JAMES H. NEWMAN, Executive Vice-President A H V 1. ,,.w .-W. -ffi-3 C. JOSEPH S. VOLKER, Vice-President for Health Affairs V' P ' ice - residents CLYDE H. REEVES, Vice-Pre-siclent for Huntsville Affairs T. SHARPTON, Vice-President for Student Affairs Kawai ?-, f -- 3'f12zz' z4xw ., Administration ROW ONE: HARRY D. BONHAM, Dean of Administration, WILLIAM E. PICKENS, JR., Treasurer and Business Manager, LUTHER C. CALLAHAN, Comptroller, GEORGE W. CROKER, Director for Contract and Grant Development, WILLARD VAN BROWN, Assistant to the President for University Relations, MATTHEW F. MCNULTY, General Director, University Hospitals and Hillman Clinic. ROW TWO: HUBERT E. MATE, Dean of Admissions and Re- cords, JOSEPH E. MICKLER, Director of University Testing Service, DR. JAMES B. MCLESTER, Director of Student Health Service, CLAUDE D. STABLER, Director of Publications, NOR- MAN M. AGNEW, JR., Purchasing Agent and Assistant Busi- ness Manager, J. RUFUS BEALLE, Land Commissioner, Univer- sity Attorney, and Secretary of the Board of Trustees. ROW THREE, EDWARD O. BROWN, Director, University News Bureau, JEFFERSON J. COLEMAN, Director of Alumni Affairs and Alumni Secretary, BEVERLY M. LEIGH, Director of Se- curity, THOMAS C. LILE, Director, Student Union, CONRAD MERRILL, Director of High School Relations and Freshman Counseling, HENRY M. LYDA, Director, Northington Campus. 'ii-?9b-S Page 58 MRS- CLAIRE F- WALL, Dil'eCT0I' of WOmen's Housing, MRS. BUNNIE LAMOREAUX, Employment Counselor, MISS NELDA CHADWICK Academics Counselor, MRS. GLENDA GUYTON, Activities Counselor, MISS OLA GRACE BAKER, Assistant Dean of Women. I Dean of Women's Office ,.-as N V MRS. SARAH L. HEALY, if'--Q Dean of Women a JOHN L. BLACKBURN, ' Dean of Men Dean of Men's Office ROBERT E. TYLER, Director, Veteran's Service, EARL WHATLEY, Counselor for Off-Campus Students, JAMES C. WILDER, Director, Ridgecrest Area, RAY SWORDS, Director of Men's Housing, BURTON L. JONES, Director, Presidential Area, JOHN E. FINCH, Director, Belmont Apartments, DAVID A. NOORDAM, Assistant to the Dean of Men. Dr. Boschung advises a student before registration. Faculty Every student is well acquainted with his professors as lecturers in class, but only occasionally does he know anything about their other contributions to University life, much less their individual interests. In addition to performing regular teaching duties and directing mas- ter and doctoral Work, professors act as directors and chairmen of special programs Within their schools, serve on University committees, and continue work on indivi- dual research projects. Many faculty members give to students much of their time beyond the hours spent on academic Work. They regularly advise student organizations and serve as fre- quent participants in student forums and cultural pro- grams. In spite of these busy schedules, most professors manage to find time for various hobbies and special interests taking them far from the constant pressures and demands of University life. Registration is as hectic for the faculty as for the students. The lecture is the basic means of transference of knowledge from professor to student. One of the most energetic faculty mcmhcrs of thc Col- lege of Engineering is Mr. Nlillard F. Cray, Professor and Head, Department of Elcctrical Engineering. llc is a member and active participant of many professional organizations and honorarics, and has deyotcd much time and effort to the Electrical Engineering Division of the American Society for Engineering Education, Wlmile serving as chairman of this group. He is also very active in the departmental and individual research pro- jects in electrical engineering, many of which are spon- sored by NASA and the Army. An expert in electrical engineering, Mr. Cray has served as a consultant for a number of legal firms in connection with the investigation of electrical accidents, in addition to representing companies such as tlte Ala- bama Power Company and providing expert testfmony in court trials. Professor and Mrs. Gray, as well as their son jay and daughter Paula, who are avid sports enthusiasts, may fre- quently be seen attending basketball games. Mr. Cray is also interested in amateur photography and has built his own hi-fi set for listening to his favorite albums. nm! lla! Professor Cray Professor Mondale Dr. Clarence Mondale, Associate Professor of English and Director of American Studies, came to the University of Alabama from Minnesota in 1960, in order to set up the American Studies Program. Indeed, this is Dr. Mon- daleis main interest, and he is quite excited about the success of the program. It is really an honors program which requires much Work in addition to the regular Arts and Sciences requirements, including twelve hours of social studies, a reading list of forty books, and a corn- prehensive examination, although American Studies graduates receive no special recognition from the Uni- versity. In addition to his primary concern with American Studies, for the last three summers Dr. Mondale has been investigating the nineteenth century oratorical tra- dition in New England, concentrating upon such figures as Daniel XVehster, Edward Everett, and WVendell Phil- lips. Dr. Mondale is aided and encouraged in his work by his lovely wife and their six children, Alex, Sarah, Eric, Peter, Leo, and Theodore Qand Manfred, the catj. Page 62 Philosophy of Law, lnlcrnal'ional, Constitutional, and Labor Law aro coursvs taught hy Mr. -lay XV. Murphy, Professor ol: Law. llc' is iixtvwstccl in john Dc-wc-y anal in relating Dcwcys philosophy ol inslriunc-nlalisin to law. IIC also arhitralcs lahor clispulcs and is a incnihmi of the National ACL1ill'Il1y ol: Arhitrators. llc is intcrcstocl in the wholc' purposo of law in a cloinouratic soc-ic-ty, ancl h in thu prohlvni ol' forming zulvqualc lc-gal syslonis for P developing countrics. At the rvquvst ol: Tho Asia Founclation, Prolicssor Murphy and his family spcnl liivv inonlhs lasl ycar in Korea, whcrc hc he-lpvcl to cstahlish a Cracluatv School of Law. llc ancl Mrs. Nlurphy. who taught at llwha Collvgc, and thvir son Stanlvy swu- the dcclicatccl. iclvalislic Korn-an lc-ac-lu-rs Mr, Murphy is quill' inlc'rc'slc-cl in ccmnlvinporary art' and is a skillful paintcr hinisi '. ill ln lillllllflll, hc lncl Stanlcy Gnjoy training.: lhpir lxyo Clvrinan short-hairm-cl pointers, Fancy and Chivl. llunling trips in his Yolks- wagon hus occasionally soryv as rvlaxalion alllvr a husv week of Uniycrsily lilc-Ia 1 ' ' -' - u yitics. r, 5 . 9, WWW k we 2 , fx , AV gt if Ffnifkif 1' IR-R:f'qif ' ':Sn..q:5 4. Professor Ramse 'Q - '- , :mr Among the many courses taught by Dr. John F. Ram- sey, Professor of History, are XVestern Civilization and advanced courses in the French Revolution, Napoleon, and the history of Spain. In addition, he has been parti- cularly interested in the Great Ideas course, which was developed six years ago as an experimental course in intellectual history. Dr. Ramsey, now chairman of the Committee on the Honors Program, has contributed much to the development of this special Arts and Sci- ences program. Its primary objective is to stimulate and encourage superior students. The first Honors course, Man and the Wforld, is taught by Dr. Ramsey. He is also an active member of the Presidentls Committee on the Foreign Student, the Tuscaloosa-University Council on the Arts Festival, and several other committees. Dr. Ramsey's special interests in history include France, Spain, the French Revolution, and intellectual history. He has traveled in 44 of the 50 states, and some 2,000 miles in Spain. He enjoys collecting books and has quite a fine record collection Cabout 480 albumsl. In recognition of his devotion to students, Dr. Ramsey received the Alabama Men,s Residence Hall Council Distinguished Professor Award in 1964. Professor Whitman The School of Commerce and Business Administra- tionis Department of Finance, headed by Dr. Marcus NVhitman, Professor of Finance, conducts research in the fields of transportation and public utilities and provides consultative aid to private corporations and to the gov- ernment. The Finance Department includes private and banking finance, transportation, and real estate. Dr. Whitman himself has taught, for example, graduate courses in private finance and courses in air transporta- tion. He also actively participates in the Transportation Forum and the Real Estate Sales Conference, both held annually here at the University. More or less connected with his field is Dr. Whitmanis collection of rifles, numbering about fifty. Dr. Whitman considers himself a student of firearms rather than a real collector. He is interested primarily in the connection between the development of firearms and the growth of industrial civilization. Although Dr. Whitman does hunt occasionally, often using a rifle made in the l860's, he finds it much more relaxing just to Walk in the woods observing the birds and game, and he has become quite an amateur natu- ralist. Arts and Sciences FREDERICK W. CONNER, Deon P'T""s- OFFICERS Wa1'ren Arrasmitlm President Betty Mauldin Vice-President Richard Feldman Secretary The College of Arts and Sciences, heart of the Uni- versity's curriculum, is the oldest and largest of the University's 15 divisions. As the center for studies in the humanities and natural sciences, the College touches every undergraduates life. Among significant new programs, the College has ad- ded the American Studies, the Russian Area Studies, and the Honors Program. The Honors Program allows gifted students to examine manis relationship to art, science, literature, politics, and the world. The College recently acquired the Alabama Museum of Natural History and developed an arboretum. Enrollment has increased 50 percent during the last five years. In addition to the 36 undergraduate majors available in the College's 18 departments, special pro- grams are offered leading to the masteris degree in 20 fields and the doctorate in nine. The College of Arts and Sciences provides a broad base of knowledge upon which to build careers in many fields. Page 66 was ROBERT D. BROWN, Deon Chemistry OFFICERS Sally Viiggins President Brenda Jordan N 'ice-President Ann Coats Secretary-Treasurer In the advancing field of chemistry, the Bachelor of Science candidate needs to have a knowledge of chemis- try comparable to that of the Ph. D. of a generation or two ago. In the face of this challenge, the School of Chemistry has increased its enrollment more than 5096 in the last six years while reworking the professional curriculum significantly in accordance with new mini- mum standards of the American Chemical Society. As of June 1, 1965, the School of Chemistry will be incor- porated into the College of Arts and Sciences. Last summer six outstanding undergraduates partici- pated in a unique program sponsored by the National Science Foundation in which they did work in advanced experimentation equivalent to graduate research pro- jects. Since the enlargement of Lloyd Hall, the number of graduates in chemistry has quadrupled and one of the finest science libraries in the South has been opened in that building. Page 67 Commerce First of its type in the South, the fifty-five-year-old School of Commerce and Business Administration has steadily upgraded and improved its original four-year undergraduate program. Today, courses are offered which lead to masteris degrees in business administra- tion and commerce, and to the Ph.D. in business admin- istration. Many students are being prepared for the business world by a new teaching technique known as "business gamef' designed to train future executives to use com- puters for management control. There are plans to in- crease the scope of the highly rated Ph.D. program which attracts world-wide applicants. A new honors program is expected to be launched this year which will enable thorough investigation into specific areas by more capa- ble students. The School of Commerce and Business Administra- tion is playing an ever increasing role of responsibility in satisfying the demands for competent, imaginative, and analytical. business men and women in the South. 2 ' N. ts- W., . . ' 'il is """"'m..., ,,,, V GFFICERS Edgar Welden President Keene Reese Vice-President Ioel Solomon Secretary my 5, ,. PAUL S. GARNER, Deon dt' yi, in... 1 ..... 1 response to todayls need for engineers oriented ally and politically as well as professionally, the Col- l of Engineering is constantly revising its program. College recently adopted a system under which a : of 98 semester hours would be common to all divi- S, maintaining a balance between technical and cul- l courses. The curriculum of each division is being ematically revamped and new programs are being blished in the fields of bio-engineering, nuclear en- zering, and digital computing. 'ue largely to the Bureau of Engineering Research the State Mine Experiment Station, research has eased ten-fold since 1957. VVhile doctorate degrees offered in four fields and masterls degrees in eight :he main campus, rnasterls programs have been ini- ed in the Huntsville Center and a bachelorps program been begun in Birminghamis new engineering cen- indicating the Widening scope of the Universityas .Gge of Engineering. Page 69 Engineering 2. Ki. fm JAMES R. CUDWORTH, Deon OFFICERS Bernard DiCiorgio President Robert Snellgrove Vice-President Ronald Davis Secretary Education OFFICERS Martha Campbell Crocker President Anne Gresham Vice-President Ellen Estes Secretary ROBERT L. HOPPER, Decm Realizing the importance of education in todayis World, the College of Education has expanded and improved many of its teacher preparation and service programs. Through arrangements with U.S. type schools in Mexi- co City, Monterrey, and Guadalajara, Mexico, and Bo- gota, Colombia, University students gain teaching ex- perience in Latin America. University staff members, with the assistance of the Ford Foundation, are estab- lishing a language laboratory at the National University of Mexico. Concerned with the continued improvement of edu- cational opportunities for the youthr of Alabama and the nation, the College has established a Bureau of School Service and an Office of Research. It also provides consultative aid in the improvement programs of local schools and school systems. By the application of more exacting standards of ad- mission and by the expansion of graduate and under- graduate curricula, the College of Education has made spectacular advances in recent times. ISS ELIZABETH NEIGE TODHUNTER, Dean OFFICERS Barbara Banlaston President Mary Ann Calm V ice-President Michael Kroelingcr Secretary Home Economics Wfitli the science of home economics now touching nearly every phase of our life, the School of Home Eco- nomics is placing increased emphasis on principles and their application. The School makes extensive use of films, visual aids, and student participation in class dis- cussions. Fully equipped laboratories and classrooms are available for putting theory into practice. Advanced undergraduate and graduate students gain experience through participation in a number of re- search projects, several of these being supported by Federal and private industrial grants. The School Was the first to operate a research laboratory of human nutrition with a full-time staff in a separate state university. Besides the various educational and research programs carried on by this division of the University, it renders extensive services to the community and state through conferences, educational television, and faculty publi- cations. Y' .Q 1, 6 9' b -. Page 7'l p-n--"" f MISS FLORENCE A. HIXSCN, Dean Nursing OFFICERS Mary Joyce Cranade President Dorcas Ann Cobb Vice-President Carolyn Howell Secretary The Universityis School of Nursing is one of only six in the South offering a Master of Science degree in nursing. A recent advance in the curriculum is that theses are now required of all masteris degree candidates in nursing majors, augmenting considerably the Wealth of research knowledge in nursing. Majors at the graduate level are available in administration of nursing educa- tion, teaching of maternal-child health nursing, and teaching medical-surgical nursing. A superior faculty has aided greatly the development of a strong nursing education program. Of the school's faculty members, over two-thirds hold graduate degrees while several are Working toward the doctorate. The advancing curriculum and outstanding faculty tend to distinguish the University's nursing program, the only one of its kind in the state, and establish it as one of national significance. -Lk: g' X ,vt N. X XX X., Page 72 .4 "X J 1 his 1-1 . 'J 6" A' OFFICERS Bill Utscy President Iulian Pinkston Vice-Presitlent Tom Henderson Secretary-Treasurer The School of Law at the University of Alabama has made significant changes in the past few years resulting in graduates of a higher quality than ever before in the School s history. Expanded courses in taxation and new seminars in labor law and criminal law are offering students the opportunity for intensive work in those fields. Besides the practice court Work required of senior law students, the "moot court" door has now been opened to first and second year students on a voluntary basis. New materials for use in courses of real property, wills, and torts have been prepared and published by faculty members using funds from the recently established Law School Founda- tion. The new annex Which will provide shelf space for 70,000 additional books, more faculty offices, a seminar room, and an auditorium-courtroom is only another Stage in the School of LaW's dramatic improvement pro- gram. Page 73 la w c h o o I M. LEIGH HARRISON, Deon Medical chool In a span of less than two decades, the Medical Col- lege of Alabama has come to stand among the top third of all medical schools in the nation. Graduates rank with the country's best medical men, according to the Nation- al Board of Medical Examinations, and compete success- fully for the rnost coveted internships and fellowships available. Q Through a new system, students are allowed time in which to work on research projects of their own, letting superior students advance at a more rapid pace while stimulating independent thinking and encouraging a greater understanding of self-teaching techniques. Medi- cal students spend their third and fourth years in active study at University Hospital, enabling the Medical Col- lege to attain its fundamental goal: to cultivate in the young doctor a "strong sense of responsibility and a deep feeling for hurnanityv in addition to his intensive sci- entific background. Page 74 E I-if 2552 .- 1' I .qc ., ' FRN .- :iff-Sfr..s.x , Q . .9 gs., 40? S. RICHARDSON HILL, JR., Deon SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Robert Lewis President Carvel IVoodall Vice-President Martha Pugh Secretary Fhe School of Dentistry, stzuiding with the top ten lull colleges i11 the nation, provides tl VHlllkll7lC service jefferson County and thc state wliilc 171'OClllCll1Q some the best dentists in Aincriczt. Coopcrutiiig with 'thc ferson County Public I"Iez1ll'h lJ0lJ2l1'lLl'1'lCllt, the School lvides dental cure for aged, lizindiciippcd, and 1'cta1'd- patients, 11111111111 patient visits to the Dental Clinic nluer between 50,000 and 60,000 ln l'UUll'l1 for this vice thc dcntul students gain cssciitiul cliniczil cx- ience. ll the field of l'0SCl1l'Cll1 thc School runlis lfifth in thc S. Much progress has lwcn inadc with Ol'lll cytology, l patients with lesions in, the 0l'1ll cavity muy, upon mination ut the Clinic, be l:Ul't'XVi1l'llGCl ol czlncer. Jver 21 dozen 1'Cf1'CSl1G1' courses are olifcwcl Llllllllillly Zllllllllli und visiting dentists, whicli points up thc iool of DCx1ltiStl'j'lS pliilosophy ol: coiitinuirig vcluczi- 1 as ll vital supple111c11t to thc clc'11l'11l prolfcssioii. Dental chool N, 2?-f-1 1Q - U-lg na..- SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Ronald Friday President Earl Pate, Ir. Vice-President James Shepherd Secretary CHARLES A. MCCALLUM, JR., Deon Page 75 Graduate chool ERIC RODGERS, Deon While striving to meet the demands of our advancii society, the Graduate School serves to quench as we as to stimulate the individuals thirst for knowledg Since many positions in our modern World can be fillt only by holders of advanced degrees, the Gradua School, with its opportunities for doctorate degrees 29 fields and master's degrees in all departments, is vital organ of the University's program. The availabili of loans, scholarships, and fellowships, granted by gc ernment, industries, private foundations, and the Univc sity, is a major factor in the annually increasing numl: of graduate students, many of Whom come from far cr ners of the globe. Graduate Work is now being offerl at the Huntsville Center, indicating the necessity of continually expanding program for these academicali select students who evoke a Kfountainhead of inspii tion and a challengef' for the entire University Wh fulfilling their own educational desires. Page 76 ,W3-.g Y ..1::1'puv-- av 7 , rfm...-- --uggy Ar ' ,1- W 'H , A ll E1 lair gl!!- L. TENNENT LEE, JR., Deon Page 77 ummer School A few years ago most students attending Summer School were those doing graduate Work or those remov- ing academic deficiencies. Now the Summer School is fully emerging into a program for those desiring to con- tinue their educations on a year-round basis. More than 5,000 students attended the 1964 session, over 5072 of these students having attended the previous semester. An annually expanding curriculum of representative courses in all divisions is being taught by regular faculty members, While the availability of air-conditioned faci- lities improves conditions for study and greatly enhances the Universityas Summer School program. Through the expanding programs of the Extension Division of the University, citizens throughout the state gain access to the resources of higher education. In addi- tion to maintaining extension centers in Birmingham, Dothan, Gadsden, Montgomery, and Huntsville, the Extension Division provides many with the unique op- portunity of continuing their undergraduate studies through its Correspondence Service. A wide variety of courses is offered, making it possible for students to com- plete as much as 251: of the work toward their degrees by correspondence. The Extension Division is also associated with the Alabama Educational Television Network. Through this service thousands of Alabamians in their homes and classrooms receive programs ranging in subject matter from the academic to the purely cultural. The education gained through the extension programs enables individuals to realize their own goals for higher education While making greater contributions to their communities. E 0 Do 0 0 Xt6llSIOIl IVISIOII JOHN R.MORTON,Dean Page 78 WILLIAM STANLEY HOOLE, University Librarian In kcvping pucc with ZLCLYLIIWLTIIICIIL l0xx'n1'cl gn-nlc-1' ZICHCLGITILC superiority, thc U11LX'L'J'SiLj'LS l'ou1'tcfc'n liln'zn'ic-S -Six on CQIIHPLIS, onc at the Mvdicul Ccntcr, and sc'x'm'11 in extension c-elltcrs-ncqui1'0 upp1'nxi1nutcly -10,000 new volumes yearly. Presently time iiiJ1'z11'ivs lionsc mu' 900,000 volumes and the anmual budget zlppiwlclu-s STOOJJOO. YY-'ith the recent opening of tim nvw 1'3llQ'illk'l'l'illQ' :mai Sciencc' Liin'u1'ics, cn1'1'cnt c0nst'1'i1c'l'im1 of tin- Lnxx' Li- i3l'2J.l'y Annex, and plans in p1'og1'vss for cninrging liw Main Lii7l'2'l1'y, thc vxpunciing iii7l'2ll'y syslmn is om- nl' the important toois nsvci ivy lin' Lil1iYl'l'SiLf' in vm-m11':1g- ing acaciolnic- cxci-iivm-c. University ibraries Page 79 Cancer research, here directed by Dr. Kochokian, is only one area of investigation at the Medical Center in Birmingham. Page 80 Research Dr. Rudolf Hermann is the director of the Research Institute in Huntsville. " :xxx ,.s1,c.Xx .G ff N Vase we Q50 ,t K .vim , x K . 'wifi ' 1 ,N Q' ist X 4 XX X " . in X E-.ix X x J f" x.,. A' " W' Dr. George Rounsefell, director of Marine Research Laboratory, conducts research on marine biology and oceanography. :men heart surgery performed at The University Hospital in Birmingham. Research, the organized effort to make discoveries, understand nature, and apply the results for the benefit of mankind, is carried on in every academic division and department of the University. On the main campus, the University maintains seven specialized research agencies: Bureaus of Engineering Research, Business Research, Public Administration, Edu- cational Research, Legal Research and Services, Re- search Lahoratory of Human Nutrition, and Alabama State Mine Experiment Station. Research also is in pro- gress in various fields such as archaeology, mental health, personal communication., and municipal government. Medical research at the Universityis Medical Center in Birmingham ranks among the top third of the nation, There, 166 intensive programs of medical and dental research are constantly contributing to the nationis health. The recently opened Marine Resources Labora- tory on Dauphin Island is seeking to establish a sounder economic and conservation base for the seafood industry. In Huntsville, the University Research Institute conducts research in the aerospace physical sciences and engineer- ing. The Institute ultimately will accommodate a full- time staff of 250 scientists and technicians. The Universityis research programs on the main cam- pus, the Medical Center, Marine Resources Laboratory, and Research Institute, make important contributions to the total research effort of the state, region, and nation. X tim Mw Num la9ssw sf .lem Col. Self, Professor of Air Science R.0.T.C. at Alabama We 'i 1 A'isis.mg.w , Col. Paddock, Professor of Military Science Page 82 The Reserve Officers Training Corps is a method which the male student can receive his diploma 2 his commission as an officer in the armed services the same day. Four semesters of P1.O.T.C. are requi of all able men studentsg four additional semesters lg a six-Week summer camp must be completed for cc missioning. On this campus, both the Army and the Air Fo offer programs leading to commissioning in their resp tive reserve departments, with outstanding students ing eligible for activation in the regulars. The progrz of both are always rated highly nationally. This y graduates from Alabama Air Force R.O.T.C. made gra on an after-entrance examination which ranked tli first in the nation, just ahead of Ohio State. Q I I w F l JJ- ,sm Q Wm ' Lu... ,, -.,,,,, M.,,.....- --S ':,,...-. H -' ...- -"-- - .. . 3-C., . .., .. '- - --...vw r --45.1- ab' Y 'JP-5-f'.,',E.417"f-"t"' .,,,,, K, , , 4 . , T' :TN ra- - - "-- , 3.-3-Q 3' -A--Y-5' NL.-. , X -1 . N.-lu. ,f A -- -gs Zh, ,lf .. lx gf 'A Y ""4i"x,-5.-T.:-. .V--Y kL,..- ,, A-: ' k -..-L-' ' s K . 1 nee ,i .+A , N N -qv-V Q -- '-ff -s.,, it lv. U. 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' ALABAMA UNION Alabama Union Board of Directors The Alabama Union, the center of Capstone activities, offers a program of activities in which every student and faculty member has an opportunity to participate. These activities are originated, administered, and financed by the students or their representatives through the co- ordination of the Student Union Board, a student-faculty committee. The Alabama Union annually sponsors International 'VVeek, Bama Aquacade, a free movie series, recreational tournaments, dances, receptions, art shows, fireside dis- cussion programs, children's activities, and assists in sponsorship of the Festival of Arts. The assistance of student groups and University departments adds im- measurably to the unification of student-faculty effort for which the Alabama Union strives. ggi X i ET 7 ll i 2. 1? 3 i i if E 1 ' 1 it E X4 -l 2, A ,,iitE?'l :- It V, H, ,' i i- , i ,E 4 .L ,,s, ,ix , . ez-it ,g i'Hi1ii5tWtvM2'- :2 jg ',f zl5r,i', fx r.,V 1 is ' A fr' .i it I '38 1? 'N 'i', 'I QQ B "" , 'g, ,Y3i gM53-gafa:i:. - ts, , Activities Lee Harrington, Chairman of the Student Union Board, applies finishing touches to the exhibit in the Activities Fair. The Alabama Union Christmas Party is an annual event eagerly awaited by faculty and student children. Annual house cleaning keeps the Union Building in good shape. Many students take advantage ofthe pingpong, pool, and game facilities provided by the Alabama Union. The Alabama Union is also a favorite place for studying or holding discussion groups. W 1: l li-y I Page 87 DON SIEGAL, Presidenf WADE BAXLEY, Secreiolry-Treasurer W . ,mweiwanwwwf - V Wffm?2C:j Adi age 88 STUDENT GOVERN 'I' ASSDCIATION . ,H W 4955? ,, ,wi V aww ZACH HIGGS, Vice President BRENDA PARKHURST, Office Secretary SGA SENATE: FIRST ROW: Rosemary Bullock, Betty Jones, Nancy Wagner, Lynn Hairs- ton, Betty Waite Graves, Lucy Dasher, Martha Whaley Barze, Kay Harris. SECOND ROW: Oliver Dickens, Red- ding Pitt, Eddie Glenn, Zach Higgs, David Copeland, Mike Allen, Pete Donaldson. The Student Government Association fills two vital roles in the working of the Capstone: it acts as a sound- ing hoard for student opinion in the college community, and it allows enthusiastic student politicians an outlet lior their aspirations. President Don Siegals very productive administration may credit itself with many outstanding accomplish- ments, including revision oli the campus Code of Laws, reapportionrnent of the legislature to remove worrisome liottleueclcs to necessary legislation, and investigation of questionable campus organizations. XVorlcing steadily and eliticiently, the SGA provided effective leadership lor the student body in a year of fluctuation and change. r 'J'-ff. as f .ef " r V 't.1,,.9: . . The SGA Executive Cabinet: Zach Higgs, Don Siegal, Mar- garet' Sims, Lee Harrington, Danny Cleckler, Charles Free- man, .laney Anderson. Not pictured is Wade Baxley. STUDENT COURT: FIRST ROW: Susan Williams, Mrs. Glenda Guyton, Glenn Powell, Professor Hayden, Jimmy Gewin, Britt Coleman. SECOND ROW: Mr, David Noordam, Beth Steinburg, Michael Aarons. S. G. . THE SGA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: FIRST ROW: Billy Tate, Craig Knowles, Lee Harrington, Zach Higgs, Elaine Koplon, Martha Adams, Vicki Kimberly, Anne Nichols, Jean Rashti, Judith Haywood, Bill Yates, Mary Frances Smith. SECOND ROW: Ron Clary, Boots Gale, Andy Lowery, Rusty Stewart, Hank Zangwill, Don Richards, James McDaniel, Guy Dryden, John Daniels, Neal Acker, Louis Sellers, Tommy Hagood, Zane Hoyt, Claude Burns, Bill Warren, Curtis Ellison. Page 90 SGA COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN: FIRST ROW: Kay Harris, Mock Election, Boots Gale, Student De bate. SECOND ROW: Earl Campbell, Spirit, Gordon Gary, Homecoming, Claude Burns, Elections Bill Shamblin, A Book, Ted Little, Alabama-Auburn Conference, Redding Pitt, International Stu dent Chairman, Tom Henderson, Debate-Symposium Committee. , ff, N swftsfeil-iin.:s 1' ' " Dr. Klitzke, Head of the Art Department, talks with Theodoros Stamos, a well-known contemporary artist The SGA Debate-Symposium Series presented "What next in Viet Nam?" who iudged The 0,-1 entries in the Fesfivgl of AHS, featuring Sen. Frank Church of Idaho, Sen. John Sparlcman ot Alabama, and Sen. Ernest Gruening ot Alaska. TRAFFIC 'COURT: FIRST ROW: Rich- mond McClintock, Mrs. Glenda Guy- ton, Mr. Marion Coley, Lynn Hairs- ton, William Mor- ris Clements, Earl Whatley. SEC- OND ROW: Mic- hael Aarons, De- van Nelson, ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS JANEY ANDERSON, President. RICHIE STARNES, Trecusurerp SANDI MESTLER, Secretary. X wifi JO ANN BOOZER, First Vice President, MARTHA NABERS, Second Vice President. Page 92 The Associated XVOIHCIT Students represents every woman stuclent on the University Campus and gives to each an opportunity to take part in her stuclent govern- ment. Its main purposes :irc to maintain social and ucucleinic stzinclurcls among University xvonien, to instill il spirit of friendliness and cooperation, and to develop L1 sense of responsibility. The campus-wicle Seminar on More-s was the most outstanding of the many new progrutns initiatecl this your, under the capable und enthusiastic leuclmsliip of Toney Anderson. The IATVS National Convention Cin Salt Luke City this yeurl, the spring Leadership Re- treat, und Honors Day enclecl this successful year. u If I U QSLQQFIM f. J f ' +5 L' I " "im " J tr I Aj Q I I .4 S? if ici.. X '1 0 s.. -. R vi- u t ,mv .tv er fx, ' QL . ' o' .'- : 4 ' A5 , - ., - 1 9 4 , ry.. , 'tfr ' ' '. e , , I "n . IQ - 1 . I'-xi-Q3 . ,I ' ,gy-.,,--if -' - . -fl., Eb rx IQTEEFZ F:-L . 1' ': ' , V i 6 ij I Q. x , W P255 I S .S E" s gigs.-I The Daisy Mae and L'il Abner contestants were presented at the Sadie Hawkins' Day Dance sponsored by Sophomore Council. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: BACK ROW: JO ANN BOOZER, First Vice President, RICHIE STARNES, Treasurer, MARTHA NABERS, Second Vice President, JANEY ANDERSON, President, SANDI MESTLER, Secretary. RIGHT SIDE: MARY JO JERNIGAN, Town Representative, BETTY VINES HALSTEAD, Senior Representative, ANN SEYMOUR, Soph- omore Representative, BOBBIE PENSON, Sorority Representative, JEAN ZEIGLER, Junior Representative, BOBBIE RODGERS, Pub- licity Chairman. LEFT SIDE: DALE CHRISTIAN, Freshman Representative, JANE O'NEAL, IAWS Contact, MARGARET SIMS, Independent Repre- sentative. ' The AWS Committees have made major contributions to University lite. Chairmen: FIRST ROW: Barbara Walker, Activities, Ann Hewitt, Public Relations, Betty Hayes, Scholarship, Wynne Alex- ander, Newsletter. SECOND ROW: Bobbie Rodgers, Publicity, Maybec Johnson, Social, Charlotte Gallogly, Cultural, Ann Lee, Constitution, Robin McCrory, Coed, Jane O'Neal, IAWS. Page 93 A,.. The .IUDICIARY COUNCIL includes two representatives of each class, with the second vice president serving as chairman. FIRST ROW: Allison Welolo, Martha Nabers, Naomi Gartinkle. SECOND ROW: Julie England, Brucie Pratt, Elaine Dauphin, Robin McCrory, Mary Ann Pounds. Quay ov i is I asf ,af vw, QW Wg, S4972 I The Scholarship Committee has set up a Tutorial Service in cooperation with the dean of each school. The HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES includes the presidents of all women's residences and the president and secretary of AWS. Page 94 im ri. sz: alfa f Booths, balloons, and streamers ' gave a festive spirit to the AWS h sponsored Activities Fair, which distributed information about cam- pus organizations. The Senior Council Hootenanny was quite successful. Junior Council members baby-sit each month for the Dames Club. The 'Cultural Committee sponsored the popular and exciting Bama Bowl, with 28 teams from the women's residences participating. COR0llA BRYAN JONES, Editor. CAROLYN ARMSTRONG, Business Manager. LARRY COBB, Sports Editor, RON FLEMING, Associate Editor Page 96 g at as .?"'y 'eff' ' , f.-A" e. " ..., ,,,,ff4i2 21,24-di", ft-N '-my BART LIDDON, Associate Editorg BETTY HAYES and WYNNE ALEXANDER, Academics and Activities Editors. CLAIRE BIRCHFIELD, Office Manager. BETH CLENNEY, Beauty Eclitorg JANIS ROGERS, Associate Editor. A kaleidiscope of academies, sports, friendships, ac- tivities-tlns is college life, a life which the COROLLA staff has tried to capture. Initiating many changes in design and format, the staff sought to portray a com- plete picture of student and faculty activity. We are deeply grateful for the cooperation of the Audio-Visual Department for taking most of the pio- tures in the hook, and for the patience of the Paragon Press which gave us 'ielbovv roomii on the deadlines. XVith a lower selling price, this COROLLA set an all- time sales high of 6,500 books. We fact, and we are proud of this book. are proud of that 'rMWMv1 wrIMsMK"1'2"Wt14f WW' 'fr Nfffm WM"W'fffMf'tW MAC COWDEN, Copy Editor. ANN HEWITT o1nd'CINDY STOKES, Class Editors. vesvf' 'N' X W ,W w , ,fafzgfgfgyiww 3 , ' vmww,.X f' A ..,. 1 ,yu - Page 98 MARY JOHNSON, Loyout Editor, JOHN MCADAMS, Assistant Loyout Editor. EARL CAMPBELL, Greek Editor, JOHNNA COATS, Index Editor XX .J A SAM BLOCK, Organizations Editor. Page 99 TED DANIELS, Soles Monoger CRIMSON WHITE The 1964-65 school year was a progressive one for both the business and editorial side of the C-W, with new equipment, increased circulation and accelerated news coverage being realized. Editorially the C-W' pushed for sweeping improve- ments in academics at the University. The University Supply Store, the main library, the American Studies Program, and various other aspects of the University were explored this year. In addition to the regular supplements for Homecom- ing and the SGA elections, the C-VV presented special supplements or features for the Festival of Arts, the Christmas holidays, the national presidential elections, and National Newspaper VVeek. It was both an exciting and a good year for the C-NV. JOHN FLETCHER, Office Monolger. I f ma- lifvff i K , 4 tk Y Q x W 2. airfa- I L ' fi , BILL PLOTT, Editor. . ,9- S .Aa it TERRY HARDWICK, Assistant Sports Ediiorg BILL CARDWELL, Sports Editor. .s.. .. ,...-,......i..,-as-,wig is , x.M..,t H ,., iff X. lwxw was K X 'T' N ,W . ,. sig 2 -rise, i ., ..,....:.v .,,v ,-..: 1 1 V it 3 uno Nowmc, copy Ednor. BILL SHAMBLIN, Managing Editor. MARSHALL SMITH, Associate Editory ANNE PLOTT, Society Editor. CLAY LILIENSTERN, Business Manager. CRIMSON - WHITE AL ROSE, Assistant Advertising Manager. ge 102 HANK CADDELL, Circulation Manager JIM NOLEN, Advertising Manager. ..g,,g3-1 ,..-. BILL SHAMBLIN, Business Age-nip NORMAN BLAYLOCK, Editorp Since its conception in 1962, COIIIHICHT, the literary magazine of the University, has made treinendous strides forward. Although it is the youngest publication on campus, Comment has established itself as a vital part of the University of Alabama by sewing as an outlet for the creative expressions of the students in poetry, prose, and art. Com-ment is a sounding board in which University professors express their views on diverse topics of both student and faculty interest. This year Comment was proud to publish articles by such outstanding people as lay Murphy, Iredell Jenkins, I. B. McMinn, and Iohn F. Ramsey, as well as the winning selections of the creative Writing contest during the Festival of Arts. Commernt hopes in the future to expand by reaching a broader range of students and in doing so become more an integral part of the University. LYNN GRETNER, Staff. COMMENT COMMENT STAFF: ALEX SART- WELL, CAROLYN ENGLE, DON ALDREDGE, LYNN GRETNER. After a narrow squeak with the Board of Pub- lications, the MAHOUT rolled back onto the cam- pus this year to hit a new low in perverted humor and downright filth. After scraping the bottom of the garbage can for Warped jokes, the MAHOUT turned to raiding publications of other campuses for a supply of Wit. As a matter of fact, it was suggested that the only reason the MAHOUT did not turn in its copy for this page was that they had no offhand source to plagarize. Well, gang, better luck next year .... WINSTON GROOM, Editor. SANDY HUFFAKER, Assistant Editorg SCOUT POWERS cmd PEGI HARMON, Art Editors. EQ . H3 4 vx Q2 N2 lf" VZ? All Nix M g Mn Y - RICHARD GROENDYKE, DAVID BOCKEL, Advertising Manager, J. B. SCHELLECIg DANA LAVENDER, TED COGGIN, Business Manager. Page 105 KITTIE MCHUGH, Office Manager I I BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS: FIRST ROW: Professor Bouncls, Dean Healy, Dean Blackburn, Dean BIackburn's Secretary, Carolyn Armstrong, Norman Blalock. SECOND ROW: Winston Groom, Ted Coggin, Professor Loomis, Don Siegal, Bill Plott, Clay Lilienstern. NOT PICTURED: Bryan Jones, Mr. Bob King, Professor Bell. BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS The duties of the Board of Publications include ap- proving prospective candidates for publication of- fices and coordinating publications Work. It is corn- posed of the editors and business managers of each student publication, the presidents of AWVS and SGA, representatives from the English and Journalism De- partments, the Dean of Wfomen, and the Dean of Men, who acts as chairman. STUDENT LIFE COMMITTEE: Don Siegal, Sandi Mestler, Dean Blackburn, Professor Locke, Professor Hagood, Dean Healy, Bill Plott, Dean Killingsworth, Zach Higgs, Bryan Jones. NOT PICTURED: Professor Murphy. The Student Life Committee advises Dr. Rose on matters pertaining to student activities. Also, the committee reviews the bills passed by the student legislature to insure their legality according to the SGA constitution. When asked by a faculty member or a student group, it investigates the actions of various student organizations. Page T06 STUDENT LIFE COMMITTEE , L' I fi " f 1' . f I ' i 1 is , 1 . - .. -4 v:-. :gl I I I ., : - .. .. I I , ,ig -f' - I r 1 I BILL CARDWELL, President. .A COTILLION CLUB STAFF: FIRST ROW: Bill Cochron, in charge of Foster Auditorium, Julian Pinkston, Business Manager: Ann Thompson, Sec- retary: Bill Cardwell, President, Larry Baker, Publicity. SECOND ROW: Dennis Huey, Publicity, Richard Kamenshine, Greek Sales: Ronnie Davis, Dorm Sales. THIRD ROW: Theron Wells, Dorm Sales: Mark Russell, Dorm Sales. COTILLION CLUB COTILLION CLUB REPRESENTATIVES: FIRST ROW: Jean Gann, Ann Thompson, Randy Thorn, Larry Baker, Dennis Huey, Richard Kamenshine, Cristina Muller, .lean Anne Price, Donna Kelley. SECOND ROW: Julian Pinkston, Bill Cochran, Hobbie Sealy, Jerry Truift, Theron Wells, Ronny Davis, David Holcombe, Mark Russell, Bobby Whit- field, Mike Matfison, Andy Reinstein, Robert Fowler. .IULIAN PINKSTON, Business Manager. ANN THOMPSON, Secretary. The Cotillion Club sets the pace of student entertain- ment at the Capstone as it annually brings the great names of show business to Foster Auditorium. This year was no exception: the line-up of stars included Iohnny Mathis and the Young Americans, trumpeter Al Hirt, the Serendipity Singers, and Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs of Grand Ol' Opry fame. The combina- tion of popular entertainers and enthusiastic leadership of the Cotillion Club guarantees a capacity crowd at every performance. Page 107 The Young Americans accompany Mathis. COTIlll N CLUB SHOWS Al Hiri' brings The Bourbon St. beat to 'Bama. Johnny Mathis sings for the Capstone. .1 Flatt cind Scruggs belt out Grand Ol' Opry favorites The Serendipity Singers swing high. Page 109 BAND ,Bama,s Million Dollar Band represents the pep, spirit, and enthusiasm of the University students as. it executes its yearly Whirlwind of performanees-fabulous football slmows, thrilling concerts, and nationwide appearances on network television. But, to think of it, little can be written about the band that has not aired a thousand times beforeg so let us merely say that, standing as one of the top college bands of the United States, the Alabama Million Dollar Band has become as much a tradition of the Capstone as Denny Chimes. "All together now . . ." I said, "All together." 'Ah that s lovely " Page110 -A ,, J ' 1 M ..- " +--f- 3-4 erm' ,, .. - - - , - ff" F' . ' ' 5'-. 1 . ,. 1 . QW' A, I "U,,',T1: 1. i QMQQT ,A 4,,5'S:i,-E aw, w ' ,,,., , '- .-A45-f f VJ. 7 5, . JMR. amy . V., W Y W 0 4 .J an is 1 .fm . 47 Y 1: ' M57 ' 1- -.2 '. A-1 ."' "wt .. ' ' -3 'T- ' .Jw : df' 1, 1' P 4. ,.s.fv.ga5 ,Q ,Skt V , V 0' 1. Ann! .H 3, -K f x ,-H - 'S 'e5't!z:.f-1. 5' ' ' 1 lg -. , ,ga ., .. , ,,'?' -'ff 1'?'.'f1.,s.' Q 5' igigi' F f -, -- ',.,.:-.ry . 3, fl QQ -. -A V1 ', "' ,' f ' '--lv 1 . I M -'...' 4 D' K Q ' "" "Q "if,-.. ., 5 ,ri uffsrsg.-. we-ZF? ' af f-aff - 'fkaxxlg' M.- . by-2:1-A, ,ig 1 vii, ai lg y up Y. 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UNIVERSITY THEATRE The University Theatre plays a lead role in the cultural drama of the University. Under the able direc- tion of Dr. Marian Callaway, Dr. Allen Bales, and Professor Gene Wfilson, students, faculty, and towns- people pool their resources to create a stimulating and enjoyable season. The theatre is a part of the speech department, but there are no requirements of curriculum or experience for participation. Fulfilling its position, the University Theatre an- nually presents tour major productions-ranging from the classics to avant-garde and from the masters to the unknown-and the student-produced Studio Theatre. Also, our theatre is the host at the Alabama Theatre Conference held on the campus in the spring. The 1964-65 season opened with Arthur Kopitis pseudo-classical tragifarce, Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mmnais Hung You in. the Closet' and lim Feelini So Sad. Next came Knock, or the Doctor Triumphanzf, a classic French satire by jules Remains. The climax of the season came in the spring with the worldis premiere of Loosebough N10 F irsl for the Festival of Arts. This delightfully funny new play by Joseph Baldwin went on a five state tour of the Southeast dining spring holidays. Closing the season was jean Anouillfs drama, lVrlll': of the Torea- rlors. Page l'l2 THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST concluded the '63-'64 season. Dr. Knock explains the germ theory to cn somewhat dubious patient. A confrontation ot the doctors in KNOCK. "Put the cottin in the bedroom" could only come from OH DAD, POOR DAD- s l ,v it :Ffh X Frantic activity backstage goes into the production ot every show. UNIVERSITY THEATRE The Moon becomes a soverign state at the conclusion of LOOSEBOUGH THE FIF An excited moment in OH DAD. DOSEBOUGH'S playwright, Joseph Baldwin. C. .Mx The prop crew works on spoce helmets for LOOSEBOUGH lf Took cz lot To get the old cor running in KNOCK. Page H5 The Captain, the crew, and the Aclmiral's relatives salute the Admiral in Gilbert and 5ullivan's H.M.S. PINAFORE. The Concert and Lecture Series enables students and faculty members to enjoy a number of outstand- ing performances by Well-known artists and lecturers. The Series Committee, including both faculty and stu- dent representatives, does an excellent job of arrang- ing varied and impressive programs each year. In- deed, their aim is providing something culturally significant that will appeal to the taste of as many people as possible. The programs this year have rang- ed from the New York Baroque Ensemble to the highly satirical play "Beyond the Fringe." Carlos Montoya, with his Flamenco Guitar, is enthusiastically received by students and faculty, meeting him at the reception helcl after the concert. Pierre Fournier, internationally known cellist, performs for the first time at the University. The University of Alabama Choral Union's Christmas Concert is included in the Concert and Lecture Series. The Japan Philharmonic performs at the University on its first concert tour in the United States The villain plots to foil everyone's happiness in the PINAFORE. Page H7 The University Symphony, concluctecl by Emil Raab, performs in concert. MUSIC The many musical programs presented at the Uni- versity add much to the cultural opportunities avail- able at the University. Offerings include performances by the well-known Cadek Quartet, the University Symphony, and the Alabama Choral Union and Uni- versity Singers, as Well as recitals by both faculty members and students. Among the outstanding special events of the year were the Collegium Musicum and the Opera XVO1'lCSl1OP production of Gian Carlo Menottiis The Old Maid and the Thief. The Cadek Quartet includes music faculty members Emil Racab,.Michael Gatozzi, Margaret Christie, and Henry Barrett. rs- i s ,,,,,,.f-W , The University's Collegium Musicum, or Baroque ensemble, performs under the Faculty member Douglas Ashley's recital was one direction of Dr. Frederick Hyde at the harpsichord. of the events of the Festival of Arts. Mr. Michael Gatozzi teaches our future violinists the intricacies of the scales. Page 119 The University Singers are always a listening pleasure. A Art faculty members, Through their teaching and Their work as artists, play a vital role in the encouragement of interest in this area of University culture. 4 Y ' ' - W5 ifiyswwma jf' Exhibits from oll fields of art-design, pointing, sculp- ture, ceramics, metolwork-provoke the interest of students ond faculty. ' f ' M, ve QM iL,,fw ' f X ' N ZZ 5 '5'f-MXW if , Nfl' ., f,,., ,. . , ,fm ,ff 1 ,J ,A With the growing emphasis on various cultural aspects ol? lite at the University, greater interest in art and art zipp1'ct-iution has developed. Art exhibits in the Union linilcling and siclcrwalk exhibits have done much to in- t-1'c-uso this interest, as have the zinnuz1l contest and let-titre inc-liicletl among the Festival ot Arts activities. Sm-h outstanding cxhihits ns that of the Keinnert Musvuin Collet-tion ol: the University of Illinois have also been nizule nvuiliible to University students. WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITIES Selected activities: CHARLES RAMPACEK: Pres., Tau Beta Pi Cengineering honoraryi, Vice Pres., Southern Regional Conference, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Student Chapters, Edgar Boyd Kay Scholarship Award, 1964, ODK, Gamma Sigma Epsilon tchemistry honoraryj. 'WILLIAM LAMPKIN: Pre-s., Tau Beta Pi tengineering honoraryig Pres., Alpha Sigma Mu tmetallurgical engineering honoraryl, Chair- man, Professional Engineer in Training Committee, United States Bureau of Mines F ellowship, winner, National VVheelahrator Scholar- ship, Distinguished Military Graduate Award. JOHN ZACHARIAH HIGGS: Vice Pres., Student Gov-erninent As- sociation, Umicron Delta Kappa, Jasons, Tau Beta Pi Cengineering honoraryi, Vice Pres., Alpha, Sigma Mu Cmetallurgical engineering honoraryi , Division Commander, Air Force ROTC. WVADE BAXLEY: Sec.-Treas., SGA, Jasons, ODK, Sec. and Treas., Kappa Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, Beta. Alpha Psi Caccounting honoraryj, Sec., Rho Alpha Tau, Treas., Inteiiraternity Council, SGA Senate. BERNARD DI GIORGIO: P1'es., Senator, Engineering School, Tau Beta Pi Cengineering honoraiyi, ODK Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon tmath honoraryj, Pres., Chi .Epsilon Ceivil engineering honorary J. JANIS ROGERS: Mortar Board, Pres., Treas., Alpha Chi Omega, Associate Editor, Index Editor, Corolla, Vice Pres., Chi Alpha Phi Cstatistics honoraryig Beta Gamma Sigma Ceommeree honoraryj, Sec., Phi Chi Theta, Pi Mu Epsilon tmath honoraryj. BETTY VINES HALSTEAD: Senior Representative, AXVS, Mortar Board, Pres., Kappa Delta Epsilon Ceducation honoraryj, Sec. Chi Delta Phi flinglish honoraryj, Vice Pres., AAUNV, Vice P1'es., Phi Mug Outstanding Junior Wloman, 1964-65. SARAH PEARCE: Pres., Sec., Gamma Sigma Epsilon Cchemistry honoraryjg Pres., Student Affiliates of American Chemical Society, American Cancer Society Research Fellowship, National Science Foundation Undergraduate Research Fellowship. PEYTON LACY: Editor, Alabama Lnio Review, Alabama Law Rc- view, Law School Executive Council, Bench and Bar ,llonorary Society, Phi Alpha Delta tlegal fratcrnityi. JUDITI-I HAYWOOD: Sec., Mortar Board, Sec., SGA House of Representatives, Academic Affairs Committee, Studcnt Activities Coin- mittee, SCA House of Representatives, Alpha Epsilon Della tprc-med honoraryi, Pres., Harris Hall, Wfonieifs Residence llall Council. BOBBIE RODGERS: Pres., Summer School AXVS, Publicity Chair- man, AYVS, Chairman, "Campus Moresv, SGA Leadership Retreat, Pres, XVilson Hall, Publicity Chairman, Wfomenis Residence Hall Council, Committee on Recreational Development of Cullman County, 1963. LYNN I-IAIRSTON: Phi Beta Kappa, 1965 Fulbright Scholarship to Spain, Vice Pres., Kappa Delta Epsilon feducation honoraryig SCA Co-Chairman, 1965 Festival of Arts, University-Tuscaloosa l'ine Arts Council, Associate Justice, Traffic Court, Exchange Editor, Malioul, Honors Program. LARRY OAKS: Board of Directors, University-Tuscaloosa Fine Arts Council, SGA Chairman, Festival of Arts, Sec.-Treas., Jasons, ODK, Pres., Association of College Unions CAla., Miss., Ga., Fla.l, Repre- sentative, Student Conference on National Affairs tTexas Aka-IJ, American Studies, Honors Program. MAURICE QRUSTYJ GOLDSMITH: Pres., Jasons, Editor, Humor Editor, Mnlioul, Chairman, Literary Contest, 1964 Festival of Arts, Chairman, Board of Publications Evaluation Committee, ODK, Phi Alpha Theta Chistory honoraryj. XVILLIAM CBILLJ VVARREN: Pres., Sigma Pi Sigma Cphysics hon- O1'2ll'yJi Chairman, Academic Affairs Committee, SGA House of Representatives, Vice Pres., Program Chainnan, Wfesley Foundation, Honors Program, Student Research Assistant, U of A Medical Center, Student Assistant, NASA. VVILLIAM MORRIS CLEMENTS: ODK, Vice Pres., Pi Tau Chi trcligious honoraryl, Rho Alpha Tau, Chairman, SGA Debate Series, 'l'raftic Court, SGA House of Representatives, Summer Advertising Manager, Crimson-lVl1ite,' XV, C. Crawford Scholarship Award, Sigma Phi Epsilon. FRANCES GARDNER MITCHELL: Mortar Board, Vice Pres., See., Alpha Beta Alpha Clihrary science honoraryl, Kappa Delta Epsilon teducation honoraryi, Vice Pres., Town Girls, Ruth Corr Library Science Scholarship, Senior Representative, AVVS Judiciary Council. MARY JOYCE GRANADE: Pres., Sec.-Treas., School of Nursing, Corr. Sec., Parliamentarian, U of A Student Nurses Association, Delegate, National Student Nurses Convention, Student Life Com- mittee, University Hospital School of Nursing. WILLIAM CBILLJ YATES: Sec.-Treas., Sigma Pi Sigma Cphysics honoraryj, Treas., U of A Conservatives Club, Chairman, Student Activities Committee, SGA House of Representatives, Pr-es., XVyman Hall, Pres. 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MARY JOHN SMITH: Mortar Board, Assistant Manager, Alabama Debate Squad, numerous debate awards, :Znd Vice-Pres., Alpha Delta Pi, Sec.-Treas., Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha Cdebate hon- or-aWl: Vice-Pres., Pi Sigma Alpha Cpolitical science honoraryb. CAROLYN ARMSTRONG: Phi Beta Kappa, Vice-Pres., Mortar Board, Business Manager, Office Manager, Corolla, Treas., Alpha Lambda Delta, Pi Mu Epsilon Cmathematics honoraryi, Palmer Award for Outstanding junior in Mathematics. JANE SEYMOUR: Pres., Delta Delta Delta, Mortar Board, Honors Program, IAWS Contact, AWS Class Councils, 4 years, Triangle Advisory Board, Kappa Delta Epsilon Ceducation honoraryj, Phi Alpha Theta thistory honoraryl, Student Health Service. LEON CBUTCHJ COOPER: Pres., Interfraternity Council, Pres., Arnold Air Society, ODK, Rho Alpha Tau, Druids, Jasons, SGA Elections Chainnan, SGA Director of Political Affairs, SGA In- ternational Student Commission, SGA Public Relations Council. KAY HARRIS: Chairman, SCA Mock Presidential Election, Chairman, SGA Senate Committee on Student Affairs, Secretary, SGA Finance Committee, Secretary, SGA House of Representatives, American Studies Program. JANEY ANDERSON: Pres., Sec., Soph. Representative, AWS, Mortar Board, Phi Upsilon Omicron Cnome economics honoraryl, Borden Company Scholarship Award, SGA Outstanding Professor Committee, Concert and Lecture Series Committee. MARTHA NABERS: Pres., Alpha Gamma Delta, Chairman, AWS Iudiciary Council Ciznd Vice-Pres., AVVSJ, Mortar Board, Treas., YWCA, Triangle, Chi Delta Phi tEnglish honoraryl. IO ANN BOOZER: lst Vice-Pres., Transfer Representative, AVVS, University Alumni Student Award, Mortar Board, Phi Upsilon Omicron thome economics horioraryj, outstanding VVoman Transfer, SGA restival of Arts Committee, Chairman, SGA Retreat. GEORGINA AMBRIOSO: Pres., Treas., International Students As- sociation, Chainnan, International Students Talent Show, Newman Club, Phi Chi Theta Cbusiness womerfs honoraryj, Beta Alpha Psi L accounting honorary J. SUZY BOLES THETFORD: Phi Beta Kappa, Pres., Outstanding Senior Award, Sigma Delta Pi tSpanish honoraryj, Vice-Pres., Spanish Club, Exchange Student, National University of Mexico, University Symphony Orchestra. MICHAEL CMIKEI AARONS: Treas., Pledge Trainer, Zeta Beta Tau, Organizations Editor, Advertising Manager, Corolla, Solicitor General, Student Coiut, ODK, Druids, Alpha Kappa Psi Ccommercej, Vice-Pres., Beta Alpha Psi Caccounting honoraryj. XVILLIAM CBILLJ COLEMAN: Pres., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, ODK, Jasons, Druids, Rho Alpha Tau, Scabbard and Blade Cmilitary hon- oraryl, Distinguished Military Student, Vice-Pres., Interfraternity Council, Chairman, Bama Day. SUSAN WILLIAMS: Corr. Sec., Kappa Kappa Gamma, Soph. Rep- resentative to AWS Judiciary Council, Chairman, AVVS Iudiciary Council 12nd Vice-Pres., AWVSI. ALLEN LEE: Alabama Debate Squad, Vice-Pres., Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha td-ebate honoraryl, ntunerous debate awards, Rho Alpha Tau, ODK, Phi A..pha Th-eta Chistory honoraryl. FOURNIER CBOOTSD GALE: Alabama Debate Squad, numerous debate awards, Manager, Debate Squad, Tau Kappa Alpha tdebate honoraryl, Honors Program, ODK, Vice-Pres., Men's Residence Hall Council, SGA Legislature. BRUCE DI PLACID3: Alabama Debate Squad, ntunerous debate awards, Pres., Tau Kappa Alpha fdebate honoraryj, Rho Alpha Tau, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta Cpre-med. honoraryi, Honors Program. 'I25 GRADUATE SCHOOL Row One: ABERCROMBIE, JERALD D., CGracl.J, Blountsville . . . ADAMS, GEORGE RAYMOND, CGracl.J, Birmingham . . . ALDRIDGE, CLYDE AUSTIN, fGraCl.J, Gracey, Kentucky . .rl ALEXANDER, LINDA, CG1'HCI.J, Reform . . . AMOS, ALBERI R., JR., CGrad.J, spring Hui . . . ANDERSON, VVILLIAM L., CGrad.J, Birmingham, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . ANTLEY, SANDRIA C., fGrad.J, Downsville . . . BAGGETT, LAVVRENCE E., fGrad.J, Cunningham, Tennessee. Row Two: BAKER, LARRY G., QGratl.D, Albertville, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . BALLARD, BARBARA, CGracl.J, Fairfield High- lancls . . . BALLARD, SAMUEL PATRICK, CGracl.J, Fairfield . . . B-ECKNELL, BARBARA XV., CGracl.J, Montgomery, Delta Zeta . . . BERRY, VVILBUR G., JR., CG1'aCl.iQ Hl11ltSVill6l Delta T311 Delta . . . BONDS, JOHN D., CGracl.J, Tuscaloosa, Theta Chi . . . BOONE, XVILLIAM G., CG1'aCI.J, Monroeville . . . BOYD, ROBERT EDVVARD, CGracl.J, Knoxville, Tennessee. Row Three: BRANSCOMB, LUCILLE, CGracl.D, Geneva . . BRASVVELL, DOUGLAS, CGracl.J, Monroe, North Carolina . . . BRETHERTON, HENRY A., CGracl.J, Mooresville, North Carolina . . . BRETTSCHNEIDER, HARRY D., fGraCl.J, Tuscaloosa . . . BROXVN, BRENDA L., CGracl.J, Tuscaloosa . . . BRUENING, PATRICIA, fGracl.J, Shreveport, Louisiana . . . BURFORD, CA- MILE NICK, CGracl.J, Houston, Texas . . . BUNDY, DIANNE, CGracl.J, Birmingham, Alpha Delta Pi. Row Four: CALDVVELL, JACK G., CGrad.J, Birmingham . . . CALLAHAM, BAYLISS O., CGraCl.J, Tuscaloosa . , . CALLAHAM, PATRICIA M., fGrad.J, Richmond, Virginia, Kappa Kappa Gam- ma . . . CAMPBELL, JIMMIE, CCracl.J, Knoxville, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . CARDWVELL, JOE, CGracl.J, Tuscaloosa, Pi Kappa Phi . . . CARGILL, DON, CGrad.J, Troy . . . CHAMBERS, MARTHA HUNT, fGracl.Jg Boaz . . . CHISOIM, PATRICIA ANNE, fGracl.Jq VVeaver. Damned wind! ,...,,W ,fl v.,- . -c 'awww Row Fioc: CRENSHAXV, HENRY THOMAS, CGracl.D, Tuscaloosa . . . DEMPSEY, J. XVAYNE, CGracl.J, Tuscaloosa . . . DICKSON, ROBERT D., CGracl.J, Albertville, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . DOUGH- TY, LAVVRENCE EDXVIN, CG1'ad.J, Tuscaloosa, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . EAST, JOE, CGracl.j, Lineville . . . ELLIS, VIRGINIA, CGrad.J, Fort Payne . . . ERCOLE, BEATRIZ GRACIELA, fGracI.J, Rosa- rio, Argentina . . . FLORES, FRANCISCO JAVIER, CGracl.J, Sa- hana Grande, Puerto Rico. Row S-ix: GAULDEN, AL, JR., CGracl.J, Birmingham, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . GIBSON, IDA FAY, CGl'?lCl.J, Greenville . . . GILLUM, HOVVARD, lGracI.J, Sylacauga, Phi Kappa Psi . . . GLASS, J. , CGracl.J, Huntsville . . . GOGGANS, BETTY JEAN, fGracl.J, Bir- mingham . . . GREEN, DONALD WAYNE, CGrad.J, Birmingham, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . GREGORIA, DANIEL G., CGrad.J, Bar- rington, Illinois . . . GRIFFIN, JOHN L., JR., CGrad.J, St. Louis, Mississippi. Row Seven: GRIFFIN, R. JEANNE, CGrad.D, Tuscaloosa . . . GROSSE, VAN H., fGracl.J, Tuscaloosa . . . HALL, WVILLIAM AUSTIN, JR., fGracl.J, Tuscaloosa . . . HALLMAN, JACQUE- LINE, fGracl.J, Northport . . . HAMRIC, DAVID EUGENE, CGracl.J, Birmingham . . . HANNAH, JAMES RONALD, CGracl.J, Alhcrtville . . . HARRIS, H. ARCI-IIE, fGracl.J, Chickasaw . . . IIAUKEHL, JUERGEN, fCracl.J, Huntsville. Row Eight: HEAD, ANTOINETTE, CGracl.D, Uniontown . . . IIEARON, JACK XVILLIAM, CGracl.J, Montgomery . . . HEISON, NANCY JANE, CGracl.J, Groose Points VVoocls, Michigan, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HENDRICKS, CHARLES, CGracl.J, Birmingham . . . HILL, LISLIE BROOKS, CGrad.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Kap- pa Alpha . . . HOLLAND, LYNN ALLAN, CGrad.J, Birmingham . . . HOLLEY, HILLMAN JOHNSON, CGracl.J, Florence . . . HOLMES, JERALD L., CGracl.J, Tylertown, Mississippi. Row Nine: HOLT, DENNIS M., CGrad.J, Tuscaloosa . . . HOLT, REX, CGracl.J, Cloverdale . . . HOPKINS, IVALTER G., III, QGracl.J, Tuscaloosa, Phi Kappa Psi . . . HOXVDYSHELL, RONALD J., CGrad.D, Lancaster, Ohio . . . HUBBARD, JOHN TRYON, JR., CGracl.J, Dothan, Phi Kappa Psi . . . HUETER, EIKE, CGrad.J, Huntsville . . . HUEY, DENNIS, CGracl.J, Hueytown . . . HULSEY, MQ OLIVER, fCrad.J, Cloverdale. Row Ten: JACKSON, GARY L., CGrad.J, Tuscaloosa, Delta Tau Delta . . . JASPER, MARTIN T., CGracl.J, VVesson, Mississippi . . . JONES, LOYL H., JR., CGracl.J, Tuscaloosa, Chi Phi . . . JORDAN, ANNETTE, CGracl.J, Mobile, Chi Omega . . . KARAI, HOSHANGSHAH, fGrad.J, Tuscaloosa . . . KERR, JAMES R., CCracl.J, Tuscaloosa . . . KETCHEM, RAYMOND B. II, CGrad.J, Tuscaloosa . . . KI-IAN, QAMAR A., CGracl.J, Karachi, Pakistan. 4 ' ,av t -4 sf ,- 'f ' '- . if:- 9- if cr .i -1? I -gi, , P qgj ,fm F5 . 5- ' 'YN 1 3 ,N 1 hi- ws. W 1: - f' f .egfgf f ' , f 0 X ,f:,.:1-1, -- .2 1 .- c, ' ,, .f.fF1f:fi 'zz ' 1' W 1 .fa ::,'.- 4- ff aw- -1 . ,, A f A Q ."f jf f Av + os' X f V FV", , ' .-if f' 1 1 ...f 3 H P--1 M . I ,1 ' f ',. ' ,vw ., ,E J. 5 5 W ,, w w w -: W A fy" , if 1, ' X: . ,I ,M . 2 - ., f 331 45" w 4: g, qua? X, GRADUATE SCHOOL Row One: KING, JAMES R., fGrad.J, Carnii, Illinois . . . KOPLEN, NORMAN, QGrad.l, Opelika, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . LA- BEUVE, MICHAEL F., CGrad.l, Tuscaloosa . . . LAIRD, CHRIS- TOPHER ELI, fGrad.J, Anniston, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . LAMP- KIN, WILLIAM' McCAIN: fGl'1lCl.l, Tuscaloosa . . . LEE, JOHN PAUL, CGrad.D, Monroevillc . . . LIVERMORE, BETSY WYNNE, CGrad.J, Fort WVorth, Texas . . . LOCKLIN, JOHN M., CGrad.l, Monroeville. Row Two: LUCAS, XVILLIAM H., fGrad.J, Tuscaloosa . . . LYNN, JAMES XV., iCracl.J, Somerville . . , MQCRAINE, BOB, fGrad.J, Zachary, Louisiana, Kappa Alpha . . . Mr.-EWEN, JERRY ALLEN, CGrad.J, Rockford, Delta Tau Delta . . . MQKNIGHT. LOUELLEN, CGrad.J, Sheffield, Pi Beta Phi . . . MePHERSON, CHARLES K., CGrad.l, Albertville, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . MA- GINNESS, SHERRIE, CCrad.J, Montgomery . . . MAI-IAN, JOHN G., CGrad.J, Mobile, Theta Xi. Row Three: MANN, HERSCHEL: CGrad.l, Ingalls, Arkansas . . . MARTIN, DONALD L., JR., QGrad.l, Albertville . . . MATHIS, MIKE, CGrad.l, Magee, Mississippi . . . MEANS, GLADYS R., CGrad.J, Fosters . . . MERRITT, XVALTER GLENN, fGrad.l, Dade City, Florida, Sigma Nu . . . MONTGOMERY, SHIRLEY JEAN, CGrad.J, Greenville, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MOODY, ED- YVARD DONALD, CGrad.J, Tuscaloosa . . . MOORE, CARL, CGrad. J, Thomasville. Row Four: MURRELL, DAVID XV., JR., CGrad.J, Tuscaloosa . . . NAGLE, HUBERT TROY, JR., CGrad.J, Huntsville, Phi Kappa Psi . . . NAQVI, SYED M. ALI, CGrad,J, Dacca, Pakistan . . . NELSON, LYNN D., CGrad.J, Mexia, Texas . . . NOVVELL, CARL H., CGrad.J, Jackson, Mississippi . . . NICOLAS, DAVID, CGrad.D, Forest Park, Illinois . . . PEARCE, SARAH LEIGH, CGrad.D, Shelby, Mississippi . . . PIERSON, XVILLIAM D., III, CCrad.J, Montgomery. Row Five: PRESTON, CURTIS H., CGrad.J, XVilbraham, Mas- sachussetts . . . PUTNAM, MANNING DONNA, CGrad.J, Tusca- loosa, Pi Beta Phi . . . RAINES, MILTON R., CGrad.lL TUSkGgGC: Delta Tau Delta . . . REED, KATHY, CGrad.J, Grenada, Mis- sissippi . . . ROLDAN, L. JERANE, CGrad.J, Mobile . . . SALTER, WILLIAM E., fGrad.J, Tuscaloosa . . . SAVAGE, CHARLES Bl., CGrad.J, Montgomery, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . SCHVVAB, JANET COOPER, CGrad.J, Birmingham. Row Six: SCREGGIN, CARROLE, fG1'ad.J, Warrior . . . SHE- ETZ, RALPH BERT, fGrad.D, Enela, Pennsylvania . . . SHIREX, RODNEY DELL, iGrad.Jg Fort Payne . . . SHULL, KENNETPL JR., fGrad.J, Anniston, Delta Tau Delta . . . SIKES, FRANCES ANITA, cGI'3d.J, Mobile . . . SIMMONS, JAMES EDWARD, CGrad.l, Tuscaloosa . . . SINGH, YUNATI-IAN B., CGrad.J, Kan- pur, India . . . SPENCER, EXTON LEE, G cl. , M t 3 Phi Delta Theta. K ra D on gomery , H0114 Seven: STEPHENSON, ROBERT G., fGrad.J, Leland, Mis- sissippi . . 4. ST. JOHN, DAVID LELAND, CGrad.J, Troy . . . SVVAMY, M. R. KUMARA, CGrad.J, Tuscaloosa . . . THIMESTER, RONATE, CGrad.J, Cologne, Germany . . . THOMAS, EVELYNE, CC1'ZlCI.J, Tuscaloosa . . . THRASHER, BILLY H., CGrad.J, Deca- tur . . . TODD, JANE ANNE, CGrad.J, Montgomery, Delta Zeta . . . TODD, WVILLIAM C., fGrad.7, sans. Row Eight: TOMPKINS, MERRILL WVAYNE, fG1'ad.J, Anda- lusia . . . TOFFEL, ELIZABETH COLEMAN, CGrad.J, Tuscaloosa . . . TREAS, CHARLES E., CGrad.J, Tuscaloosa, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . TRONCALE, JOSEPH H., fGrad.J, Gadsden, Beta Theta Pi . . . TUCKER, DENNIS FRANKLIN, CGrad.J, Mont- gomery, Kappa Sigma . . . TUCKER, JAMES MICHAEL, CGrad.J, Phenix City, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . UTZEY, TREEBYE BRITTON, CGrad.l, Millry . . . VALAVANI, HELEN, CGrad.J, Cairo, Egypt. Row Nine: VILLADSEN, ALICE WILDES, CGrad.J, Hueytown, Phi Mu . . . VILLAS, LILIAN M., CGracl.D, Rizac, Philippines . . . XVARD, VVILLIAM AL, CGrad.D, Dothan, Alpha Tau Omega . . . XVERDEHOFF, PEGGY, fGrad.J, Tuscumbia . . . WHITE, CLYDE THOMAS, CGrad.J, Decatur . . . WILLIAMS, ELIZABETH K., CGrad.l, Bridgeport . . . VVILLIAMS, ROBERT L., CGrad.J, Bridge- port . . . WITTY, STUART E., CGrad.J, Tuscaloosa. Row Ten: VVOLF, GUY I-I., II, fGrad.J, Warwick, Rhode Is- land . . . VVRIGHT, JOSEPH MICHAEL, CGrad.J, Phenix City. Our group used 37CK: more Dixie cups. LAW SCHOOL Row One: ACKER, NEAL, CLawD, Pinson, Lambda Chi Al- pha . . . ALBRITTON, JOHN NORMAN, CLawD, Montgomery, Alpha Tau Omega . . . ATKINSON, WVILLIAM HUGH, CLawJ, Tuscaloosa . . . BANKS, DANIEL B., JR., CLavvJ, Huntsville, Phi Kappa Psi . . . BARNETT, GEORGE, fLawJ, Guntersville . . . BARREN, GEORGE ROBERT, CLaWJ, Bessemer . . . BATTLE, JOSEPH L., CLawJ, Huntsville . . . BECK, WAYNE, CLaWD, Bir- mingham. Row Two: BOONE, ROBERT E., JR., CLawJ, Tuscaloosa, Sig- ma Chi . . . BONNER, JACK G., fLaWJ, Alexander City . . . BRASWVELL, NICHOLAS T., JR., CLawD, Demopolis, Kappa Al- pha . . . BRISKMAN, DONALD, CLawJ, Mobile, Zeta Beta Tau . . . BRYANT, THOMAS E., fLawJ, Tuscaloosa, Kappa Alpha . . . BURDINE, ROBERT JR., CLaWD, Tuscaloosa . . . BURKE, OZMUS S., JR., CLawJg Greensboro, Phi Gamma Delta . . . BYRNE, DAVID B., CLawJ, Montgomery, Delta Tau Delta. Row Three: CADDIS, CHARLES OWINGS, CLawJ, Mobile, Phi Gamma Delta . . . GATES, JOHN D., CLawJ, Montgomery, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . CHAPPELL, HENRY C., CLawJ, Union Springs, Sigma Nu . . . CHERNIAK, I. DAVID, CLawJ, Mobile, Zeta Beta Tau . . . CHRISTIAN, THOMAS, CLaWJ, Northport, Phi Gamma Delta . . . CLARK, LAWRENCE, CLaWJ, Tuscaloosa, Phi Gamma Delta . . . COLE, VVALTER, CLaWJ, Tuscaloosa, Sigma Chi . . . DAVIS, JAMES E., JR., CLawJ, Huntsville, Pi Kappa Alpha. Row Four: DEFEE, DVVIGHT D., CLawJ, Tuscaloosa . . . DE- WITT, JAMES G., fLaWJ, Grove Hill, Pi Kappa Phi . . . EDYVARDS, MICHAEL, CLaWJ, Birmingham . . . ENSLEN, FREDRICK T., JR., CLaWJ, Montgomery, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . EZELL, EUGENE MARK, fLaWJ, Tuscaloosa . . . FARRIS, SONNY, CLawJ, Ala- baster . . . FINCHER, JIM C., CLawJ, Tuscaloosa, Chi Phi . . . FLEMING, SANDRA, fLawD, Tuscaloosa. Tip-toe through the tulips! I Y , . . , if 'J Row Five: FLOYD, THOMAS W., CLawJ, Andalusia . . . FREE- A MAN, A. CHARLES, CLaWJ, Kennedy . . . FROHSIN, HENRY I., CLawJ, Alexander City, Zeta Beta Tau . . . FUNDERBURK, KEN- NETH L., fLawD, Tuscaloosa . . . GENTRY, ANDREW, CLawJ, Auburn, Chi Phi . . . GENTRY, SAM W., JR., CLaWJ, Auburn- Alpha Tau Omega . . . GLADDEN, BILL, CLawJ, Bessemer . . GOODLOE, JAMES VV., JR., CLawJ, Mobile, Delta Kappa Epsilon: Q Row Six: GORDAN, BURCE L., fLaWJ, Birmingham . . . GRE- i EN, ARTHUR, CLawJ, Bessemer, Kappa Alpha . . . GREEN, l PHILIP LOUIS, fLaWJ, Ridge Crest City . . . GREENE, EDGAR l VV., CLaWJ, Minter . . . HALCOMB, LARRY, fLaWJ, Tuscaloosa . . . HALFACRE, RONALD TERRY, fLaWJ, Fairfield Highlands . . . HALL, EDWARD, JR., fLaWJg Dothan . . . HALL, ROBERT EARL, JR., CLaWJ, Greensboro, Phi Gamma D-elta. Row Seven: HAMMETT, LARRY DOUGLAS, CLaWJ, Hartselle . . . HAMNER, REGINALD T., CLawJ, Northport, Delta Tau Delta . . . HARDIN, EDVVARD L., JR., CLawJ, Birmingham, Sig- ma Alpha Epsilon . . . HARE, CHARLES R., JR., fLaWD, Anniston, Kappa Alpha . . . HARRINTON, LEE, CLawJ, Scottsboro . . . HARRIS, CLAUDE, JR., CLawJ, Bessemer, Theta Xi . . . HARRIS, JAMES D., JR., fLawJ, Montgomery, Sigma Chi . . . HARRISON, GEORGE M., JR., fLawJ, Dothan, Phi Gamma Delta. ill Row Eight: HELLUMS, C. T., CLawJ, Tuscaloosa, Pi Kappa Phi . . . HELMSING, FREDERICK G., fLaWJ, Mobile . . . HIGGS, W JOHN ZACHARIAH, CLawJ1 Huntsville . . . HOYVELL, WILLIAM L.: CLawJ, Mobile . . . HUIE, ROBERT, CLawJ, Birmingham . . . HYDE, DAVID T., JR., QLaWJ, Tuscaloosa . . . JACKSON, I. K., III, CLawJ, Mobile: Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . JAFFE, ALAN B., CLawJ, Birmingham, Phi Epsilon Pi. 7 A . I How Nine: JOSEPHSON, IVARREN A., CLawJ, Alexandria, Loui- siana, Chi Phi . . . JOYNER, JESSE R., QLawJ, Atmore . . . KATZ, I BARRY L., fLawD, Birmingham, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . KELLEY, ' MARK T., CLawJ, Gadsden . . . LACY, PEYTON, JR., fLawJ, Tuscaloosa . . . LANHAM, NVILLIAM CYPRUS, fLawJ, Birming- . r I ham, Sigma Nu . . . LANKFORD, RON, CLaWD, Gadsden . . . LAN- JA NING, JEROME K., CLawJ, Birmingham, Alpha Delta Pi. , w I I hd' lg, ,--M in -L 11 '17 S K, X WY! ,rx .a..M WK' E .as-A 4 WF-4 fvsf Sf Y-Sy 'Q"""? -5 5. KI-'P -v. 9-. bf Q-M-M -- 'LIN uv-5, ?42J, 22. A LAW SCHOOL Row One: LASSITER, JOE E-, IR-Z CLawJ, Tuscaloosa' Phi Delta Theta . . . LATHAM, BERTICE EDXVIN, CLawJ, Cullinan LEAVELL, BARRY C., CLawJ, ixionigomw-y . . . LE1'rMAN, EDp1'EQ CLQWJ, Birmingham, Zeta 1Beta Tau . . . LEONARD, F. E., JR., fLawJ, Tuscaloosa . . . LEVINE, ALAN, CLawJ, Tuscaloosa , , LITTLE, TERRELL D., CLawJ, Andalusia, Pi Kappa Alpha . . LOVE, I-IILLARD XVVAYNE, CLawJ, Piedmont. Row Two: LYONS, CHAMP, JR., CLawJ, Birmingham . . . Mc- COY, DAN XV., CLawJ, Tuscaloosa . . . MCCOY, THOMAS MIKE, fLawJg Birmingham . . . Mt-CURLEY, BOB, CLawJ, Gadsden, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . ML-KNIGHT, VVILLIAM C., fLawJ, Day- ton . . . MCRIGHT, FRANK B., fLawJ, Selma, Phi Gamma Delta . . . MASRANGA, DOMINICK JOHN, fLawJ, Tuscaloosa . . . MAXXVELL, THOMAS E., CLawJ, Tuscaloosa. Row Three: MAXXVELL, THOMAS E., JR., tLawJ, Stanford, Con- necticut . . . MAY, JAMES XV., CLawJ, Tuscaloosa, Alpha Tau Ome- ga . . . MELTON, X-VILLIAM D., CLawJ, Evergreen, Kappa Alpha . . . MONEY, CHARLES S., tLawJ, Birmingham, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . MEREDITH, PETE J., tLawJ, Birmingham, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . MITCHELL, XVENDELL NV., CLaxvJ, Luverne, Pi Kap- pa Phi . . . MOON, HORACE, JR., fLawJ, Gadsden . . . MOONEY- HAM, MARLIN, CLawJ, Montgomery. Row Four: MOORE, THADDEUS JOHN, CLawJ, Greensboro . . . NELSON, AARON NV., CLawJ, Birmingham, Theta Chi . . . NOOJIN, FRANK K., CLawJ, Huntsville, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . OLIM, MAX, CLawJ, Birmingham, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . OMELIA, THOMAS H., CLaWJ, Grove Hill, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . PAD- GETT, VERNON H., CLawJ, Cullman, Delta Tau Delta . . . PAR- SONS, FRANK R., fLawJ, Tuscaloosa, Sigma Chi . . . PATTON, JAMES A., CLawJ, Tuscumbia. Row Five: PAYNE, P. PAT, CLawJ, Birmingham, Pi Kappa Al- pha . . . PINKSTON, JULIAN S., fLaWJ, Tuscaloosa . . . PIPES, WESLEY, CLawJ, Mobile, Delta Tau Delta . . . PORTER, JAMES H., CLawJ, Tuscaloosa, Alpha Tau Omega . . . POVVELL, ABNER RILEY, III, CLawJ, Andalusia, Sigma Nu . . . PRICE, EVERETTE A., JR., QLawJ, Evergreen . . . RAMSEY, EDWARD L-9 CLHWDQ DOtl1an, Alpha Tau Omega . . . RANDMAN, KENNY F.5 CI-RWD: Binningham. Row Six: SAINT, JOHN B., CLawJ, Huntsville, Delta Chi . . . SCHRAMM, HOWARD, JR., CLaWJ, Mobile . . . SIKES, STANLEY B-5 CLawJ, Tuscaloosa . . . SILVER, IRVING, CLawJ, Mobile . . . SIMS, JOHN L., JR., CLawD, Danville . . . SIMS, LARRY UL- MAN: fLaWJ, Mounclville, Sigma Chi . . . SMITH, ROY LEE, JR., frtawp, ialwnix Cay . . . SPENCER, ALFRED o., JR., qLaWp, Kingston, Tennessee. Row Seven: SPENCER, JAMES O., JR., CLaWJ, Tuscaloosa, Al- pha fau Omega STANLEY EDWIN P- CLawJ Jftckso . . . , ., , . n . . . STARNES, JOHN VVALLACE, CLawJ, Guntersville, Sigma Chi TLVER, ANGELA M., CLaWJ, Moblle . . . STEWART, DONALD XV., fLawJ, Anniston, Delta Tau Delta . . . STRAWBRIDGE, RONALD H., CLawJ, Vernon, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . THICPEN, FRANCIS, fLawJ, Tuscaloosa, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . UTSEY, WIL- LIAM L., CLawJ, Cilbertown. How Eight: VEROON, JOHN FELIX, fLaWJ, Tuscaloosa . . . VINES, KENNETH E., fLaWJ, Hueytown, Kappa Sigma . . . WALSH, JAMES C., fLawJ, Somerset, New Jersey . . . WALT- HALL, RICHARD L., CLawJ, Newborn, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . VVEATHERFORD, JIMMY, fLaWJ, New Brockton . . . WERDE- HOFF, WILLIAM, CLZLWJ, Tuscaloosa . . . VVHITE, GEORGE BURNS, JR., CLawJ, Gadsden, Phi Gamma Delta , . . WHITE, JERRY M., CLawJ, Dothan, Theta Chi. Row Nine: VVILSON, RONALD, K., CLawJ, Cottondale . . . VVOLDROP, GERALD YVAYNE, fLaWJ, ,Gadsden . . . YEAGER, THOMAS EDXVARD, JR., CLaWJ, Birmingham, Theta Chi. I'm dog tired of studying. SENIORS Row One: AARONS, BERNARD MICHAEL, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau, Druids, Scabbard and Blade, Beta Alpha Psi, Alpha Kappa Psi, COROLLA Advertising Manager, COROLLA Organizations Manager, COROLLA Beauty Ball Chairman, Solicitor General of Student Court . . . ABERNATHY, ILA PAYE, Reanolee, Education, Pi Beta Phi, Phi Chi Theta . . . ACKIS, ANNETTE, Binningham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta, University Players . . . ADAMS, IIMMY VV., Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club . . . ADAMS, IVILLIAM EARL, Phenix City, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . AGEE, JEAN- ETTE, Pine Hill, Education, Alpha Delta Pi, Phi Chi Theta, Chi Delta Theta . . . AIRD, DIANE, Anniston, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta. Triangle, Phi Chi Theta, NCAS, University Singers . . . AK- RIDGE, TERRY R., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Admini- tration, Sigma Chi, Alpha Kappa Psi, A.S.T.D .... ALEXANDER, MALCOLM, IR., Carrollton, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi, Advanced Air Force R.O.T.C .... ALLEN, RONALD T., Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . ALISON, ROBERTA, Alexander City, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . ALTMANN, AARON, WVest Orange, New jersey, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi, Hillel. R010 Two: ALTOONIAN. MICHAEL O., Anniston, Engineering, AIAA . . . AMAN, SALLIE, Boligee, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha, Secretary-Treasurer A.I.D., I.A.VV .S .... AMBRIOSO, GEOR- GINA G., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Chi Theta, International Students Association, President Newman Club, Beta Alpha Psi . . . ANDERS, CAROLYN MAXXVELL, Tuscaloosa, Education: Town Girls, Physical Education Maiors Club . . . ANDERS, LARRY, Fallcville, Arts and Sciences . . . ANDERSON, IAMES H., Prattville, Arts and Sciences, Circle K . . . ANDERSON, IANEY, Anniston, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gamma, President AVVS, Mortar Board, Phi Epsilon Omicron . . . ANDREXWS, JOHN SAMUEL: Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration: Kappa Sigma, Cotil- lion Club . . . ANDREVVS, ROBERT L.: Bridgeport. Illinois, Arts and Sciences, Basketball, Track . . . APPLEBAUM. SANDRA, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences . . . ARMSTRONG. CAROLYN, Shef- field, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha, COROLLA Staff, Mortar Board Vice-President . . . ARRASMITH, XVARREN XV.: Birmingham, Arts and Sciences: Phi Gamma Delta, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Druids, President Arts and Sciences, Fraternity Council. md V Y A - Row Three: ATKINS, FREDERICK C., Camp Lejeune, North Caro- lina, Commerce and Business Administration, S,G.A. Representative . . . ARKINS, HELEN HALL, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . AUSTIN. ALETHA LYNN, Marietta, Georgia, Home Economics, Agnes Ellen Harris . . . AUSTIN, CHARLES VV., III, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi, Alpha Epsilon Rho . . . AUSTIN, LUCY JOHNSON, Perdue Hill, Education . . . BACCUS, VIRGIL T.Z W'intield: Arts and Sciences, A.E.D.: Scabbard and B'ade, Distinguished Military Student . . . BAILEY, DEAN SELDEN, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . BALES, TIMMY L., New Market. Tennessee, Engineering, AIME . . . BALL, ACAROLYN ROBERTA, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . BAL- TZER. IANICE, Mobile: Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu, Spirit, Young Republicans . . . BANKSTON, BARBARA, Scottsboro, Home Econo- mics: Chi Omega: Phi Epsilon Omicron, Agnes Ellen Ha1'ris . . . BARKSDALE, PATRICIA JEAN, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, NCAS. Row Four: BARNES, VVILLIAM S., IR., Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . BARNHILL, BILL, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, A.E.D .... BARRETT, PATRICIA LYNN, Gadsden: Arts and Sciences, Newman Club . . . BARRICKLOW, GRANT M., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Al- pha, Vice-President of LEC., Advanced R.O.T.C .... BARRINGER, Page 136 FRANCES BRUNDACE, Coker, Nursing . . . BARRON, LEANNA, Troy, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BARTHOLOMEXN7. BESS A., Wfinfield, Arts and Sciences . . . BARTON, LOYVELL DE- VVITT, Sulligent, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BASDEN, JERRY L., Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BATCHELOR, JAMES R., JR., Birmingham, Engineering, Phi Kappa Alpha, ASME, Representative Engineering Council . . . BATES, LINDA J., Northportg Education . . . BAXLEY, RONALD, Brewtong Engi- neering, AICHE. Row Five: BAXLEY, WADE, Dothan, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Kappa Sigma, Secretary-Treasurer of S.G.A., Jasons, O. D.K .... BEASLEY, NANCY GAIL, Birmingham, Education . . . BECKHAM, SUSAN, Mobile, Home Economics . . . BECKNELL, JERRY L., Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Phi, Marketing Club, Delta Sigma Pi. How Six: BEDFORD, BOBBY D., Bfrmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . BEDSOLE, ANN, Jackson, Education, Delta Delta Delta, AAUVV . . . BECCS, PATSY G., Birmingham, Nursing, U.A.S.N.A. . . . BELCHER, OLEN, Centreville, Arts and Sciences. Row Seven: BELDING, JOHN A., JR., Huntsville, Engineering, President ASME, Pi Tau Sigma, Engineering Executive Council . . . BELL, JERRY VERNONQ Bessemer, Engineering . . . BELL, VVAYNE, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . BENNETT, JUDITH ANN, An- dalusia, Education, State AHEA Vice President, Agnes Ellen Harris. Row Eight: BENNETT, SMITHIE LEON, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . BENTLEY, SHARON F., Colum- bianna, Arts and Sciences . . . BERKE, IVAN, Flushing, New York, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Marketing Club, ASTD, SAM, Young Democrats . . . BOSHEL, VVILLIAM J., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration. You're playing Beethoven? He's losing. i 2 E 2 2 i EE Row One: BOSTVVICK, JACKSON L., JR., Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi, Rifle Team . . . BIGGER, BONNIE GAY: Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administrationg Kappa Delta, Chi Phi Theta . . . BINION, DONNA, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . BISER, JAMES RANDALL, Sylacauga, Arts and Sciences . . . BISHOP, SUSAN LYNN, Albany, Georgia, Education, Delta Zeta, Spanish Club . . . BLACKWELL, KATHLEEN, Greenville, Home Economics, Kappa Delta . . . BLACKXVELL, RICHARD R., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, President, Market- ing Club, Secretary-Treasurer Junior Chapter ROA, Alpha Kappa Psi, Scabbard and Blade, Druids, Deans List, Superior Junior Cadet Award . . . BLACKWELL, YVONNE VIRGINIA, Foley, Education, B.S.U .... BLAIR, CHARLES W., JR., Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences . . . BLAKEY, JAMES W., Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . BLAYLOCK, NORMAN R., Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta, Editor COMMENT, Board Sing along with Snow. Z -SWK' 'il W' of Publications, IFC . . . BOBO, MARY ALICE, Arab, Home Eco- nomics. Row Two: BOGARD, PATRICIA, Fayette, Arts and Sciences, Band . . . BOGARD, PAULETTE, Fayette, Arts and Sciences, Band . . . BONDS, TOMMIE EUGENIA, Russellville, Education, Agnes Ellen Harris . . . BOOZER, JO' ANN, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Kappa Delta, Vice-President A.XV.S., Mortar Board, Phi Upsilon Omi- cron . . . BOSARGE, LAURA, Meridian, Mississippi, Education, Con- servative Club . . . BOSWELL, VVILLIAM G., JR., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, R.O.T.C .... BOTELER, ROBERT C., Jasper, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . BOUTVVELL, LES- TER ADRIAN, Pine Hill, Engineering, ASME . . . BOWEN, MACK L., Beaveston, Education . . . BOVVMAN, JAMES PATRICK, Tusca- loosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . BOYKIN, SAM, Jacksonville, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Theta Tau, A.I.R.A., Air Force Cadet Club . . . BRACKIN, MARY FLOWERS, Greenville, Education, Kappa Delta. Row Three: BRANSCOMB, EUGENIA, Sheffield, Home Economicsg Council of Wesley Foundation, Home Economics Club, Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . BRASELL, LEXVIS D., JR., Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BREVVTON, JOHN C., Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta, Cheerleader, Young Republicans . . .. BRIGGS, RONALD J., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Xi, Marketing Club, University Singers . . . BRITT, BARBARA, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . BROOK, SANDRA, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta, Town Girls, Majors Club . . . BROOKE, GAYLE DIXON, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BROOKS, LUTHER, SENIORS Jacksonville, Engineering, Tau Beta Pig Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE . . . BROUCHTON, R. RANDOLPH, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BROXVN, BOBBY C., Tuscaloosa, Commerce- and Business Administration . . . BROXVN, CIVILLE, Gordo, Education . . . BROXVN, GERALD S., Fairfield, Engineering, Theta Tau, IEEE. How Four: BRONVN, JOEL M., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Presi- dent, Pi Mu Epsilon, Symphony Orchestra, B,S.U .... BROWN, PHILIP O., Tuscaloosa, Engineering, AIIE . . . BROWVN, ROBERI' M., JR., Falls Church, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma Z . . BROWN, ROLAND E., Gordo, Commerce and Business Admin- istration . . . BROWN, SID, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . BROXVN, VVILLIAM ROBERT, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Men's Resi- dence Council . . . BROWNE, PHILIP T., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci- ences . . . BRUGGE, GEORGE BENJAMIN, JR., Gadsden, Arts and Sci- ences, ASTD, Newman Club . . . BRUMBELOE, RONDA, Lanette, Arts and Sciences, Choral Conducting, Clee Club . . . BRUMLEY, JAMES T., JR., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Treasurer, Delta Sigma Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Scabbard and Blade . . . BUCAY, KENNETH, Chicago, Illinois, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, SAM . . . BUIE, ELEANOR, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci- Encfes, Delta Delta Delta, Chi Delta Phi, Kappa Delta Gamma, Town ir s. Row Five: BULLOCK, ROSEMARY, Daphne, Home Economics, Alpha Delta Pi, Senate Secretary, Vice-President of Home Economics, Bama Bell, Triangle, Alpha Delta Pi Officer . . . BURGEAS, LE- LAND HAYVVOOD, JR., Auburn, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Delta Tau Delta, Vice-President . . . BURKE, BILL, St. Simons, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . BURKE, DONNA MAC, Greensboro, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta, Triangle, Spirit. Row Six: BURNS, CLAUDE M., JR., Gadsden, Arts and Sci- ences, Menis Residence Hall Council, Student Legislature . . . BURT, E., RHUNELL, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Chi Delta Phi . . . BURVVELL, EDWVIN DUDLEY III, Huntsville, Chemistry, Chi Pi Alpha, ACS, Young Democrats, Scabbard and Blade, Marketing Club . . . BUSBY, ROBERT E., Fairfield, Engineering, Delta Chi. Row Seven: BUSEY, CHARLES, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, SAM . . . BUSH, GORDON RANDALL, Grigh- ton, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa, House Manager of Phi Sig- ma Kappa, Sabre Drill Team . . . BUTTS, VVINFRED D., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, SAM, ASTD . . . CAIN, BARBARA C., Rossville, Georgia, Chemistry, Alpha Xi Delta, Pas- tuer Society, Band. Row Eight: CAIN, EDVVARD LYLE, Decatur, Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, IEEE, Druids, Pi Mu Epsilon . . . CAIN, JOSEPH BIBB, III, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, Druids, IEEE, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Pi Mu Epsilon . . . CALD- WELL, EMILY FAYE, Jasper, Education, Pi Tau Chi Alpha Beta Alpha . . . CAMPBELL, BEASON, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha. Page 139 Row One: CAMPBELL, DEBBIE K., Birmingham, Home Econo- mics, Pi Beta Phi, Vice-President Phi Upsilon Omicron, Panhel- lanic . . . CAMPBELL, JON M., III, Sylacauga, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . CAMPBELL, ROBERT W., Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Kappa Delta, Scabbard and Blade, ROTC Officers Club . . . CANNON, JAMES W., Jasper, En- gineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, IFC, Scabbarcl and Blade . . . CAN- TRELL, KATHERINE T., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Chi Del- ta Phi . . . CANTRELL, TERRY VVAYNE, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . CARBONIE, LAWRENCE M., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GARDEN, MARION OLIVIA, North- port, Home Economics . . . CARDIN, JAMES T., Huntsville, Com- merce and Business Administration, Marketing Club . . . CARNA- THAN, ANITA E., Birmingham, Education, Pi Beta Phi, Phi Chi Theta, Spirit . . . CARPENTER, CHARLES JACKIE, Headland, Com- merce and Business Administration, Alpha Kappa Psi . . . CARPENTER, GEORGE R., Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, SAME, ASME. Row Two: CARPENTER, JAMES A., Fairhope, Commerce and Bus- iness Administration, Alpha Kappa Psi, SAM, American Society of Training Directors . . . CARPENTER, PATRICIA, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Xi Delta, Panhellanic Secretary, Greek VVeek Tea- surer . . . CARRUBA, SAMUEL C., Trussville, Engineering, Pi Mu Epsilon, ASCE . . . CARTER, ANDREW PAUL, Cullman, Engineer- ing, ASME . . . CARTER, VVIMBERLY, Montgomery, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Chi Omega, University Players, Alpha Psi Omega, Uni- versity Orchestra . . . CASTLEBERRY, ROBERT EDVVARD, Tus- cumbia, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . GATES, MARION LUTHER, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, Mar- keting Club, SAM, Deans List . . . CHAFIN, JOHN HENRY, JR., Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration, Paul Gardner Award . . . CHANDLER, FRANKLIN WOODROW, JR., Linden, Engineer- ing, ASME . . . CHARLES, GLENDA, Arab, Home Economics . . . CHATHAM, JIMMY BENSON, Morris, Arts and Sciences, Spanish Club,-ISA, International Committee, Young Republicans . . . CHAVIS, PATRICIA, Moundville, Education, President of Alpha Beta Alpha. Row Three: CHESSER, JAMES L., Fort Payne, Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Mu Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, Pi Tau Sigma . . . CHEUNG, DAVID, Hong Kong, China, Arts and Scienccs . . . CHILDS, HOYT, A., JR., Samson, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Young Republicans . . . CHRISTIAN, ALBERT D., JR., Northport, Commerce and Business Administration, Scabbard and Blade, Delta Sigma Pi . . . CHRISTOPHER, THOMAS, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, ASCE . . . CLARK, CAROL, Jackson, Mis- sissippi, Education, Wesley Foundation . . . CLARK, JACQUELYN, Mobile, Education . . . CLARK, KEN, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, SAM, Young Cons-ervatives . . . CLARK, SYLVIA J., Silverhill, Commerce and Business Administration, Sec. In- ternational School Association, Phi Chi Theta, Marketing Club, Legis- lator of Byrd Hall . . . CLEMENT, JUDITH P., Haleyville, Education . . . CLEMENTS, WILLIAM K., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . CLENNEY, BETH, Abbe- ville, Education, Alpha Chi Omega, Senior Council, Alpha Beta Al- pha, COROLLA Beauty Editor, Chi Delta Phi. Row Four: CLEVE, LOUISE, Birmingham, Education, Chi Omega, Senior Council, Spirit . . . COBB, DORCAS ANN, Hanceville, Nurs- ing, Vice-President School of Nursing, U.A.S.N.A. Vice-President . . . COBB, JOHN, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, ASCE . . . COBURN, LUKE D., Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi Omega, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Arnold Air Society . . . COCKE, XYVILLIAM M., San Antonio, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . COCHRAN, RITA, Holly Springs, Mississippi, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . COCKRELL, Page 140 .ww- if is f , vs Q' x Q.. .w .,.l - K sw JBA M. MARTHA M., Tuscaloosa, Education . . . COKER, SANDRA SUE, Collinsville, Home Economics, Agnes Ellen Harris . . . COLEMAN, TOBY, Fort Deposit, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi, Vice-President . . . COLEMAN, WILLIAM D., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President, SAE, Omicron Delta Kappa, Jasons, Druids, Rho Alpha Tau, Student Legislature, Bama Day Chairman, Homecom- ing Committee, Scabbard and Blade . . . COLEY, BARBARA, Cam- den, Nursing, U.A.S.N.A .... COLLEY, BYRON JUDSON, JR., Troy, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu. , Row Five: COLLINS, J. DAVID, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club . . . COLLINS, LINDA LOU, Nash- ville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, Pledge Trainer of Delta Delta Delta, President Swan Club . . . CONLEY, NORMA SHARON, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, AED, Pi Tau Chi . . . CONNELL, FRED H., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Delta Chi. Row Six: CONNER, NANCY, Decatur, Arts and Sciences, Band, Cotillion Club . . . CONNOLLY, JAMES W., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Newman Club . . . CONXVAY, NANCY, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . COOK, RODDY D., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, AED. Row Seven: COOK, VVILLIAM A., JR., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . COOLEY, JESSE E., Bessemer, Engineering, AIME . . . COOPER, DON W., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . COPELAND, DAVID A., Corgas, Chemistry, Alpha Sigma Phi, Sigma Pi Sigma, Pi Mu Epsi- lon, Alpha Phi Omega. Row Eight: COPELAND, SUSAN, Columbus, Georgia, Education, Cheerleader, ROTC Sponsor, Bama Day Committee, Majors Club, Le- gislature . . . COPUS, HAROLD C., Birmingham, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, President Fitss Dorm, Men's Residence Hall Coun- cil, Dean Club, Track . . . COSTA, FRANK C., JR., Harrington Park, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences, Newman Club . . . COX, RONALD L., Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, ASTD, SAM. This is Cc1roI's lost time around. - 1 li' ,- f D ,JA Row One: CRABTREE, MARVIN F., IR.: Daphne: Commerce and Business Administration: Theta Chi . . . CRAVEY, IOANNA: Robins AFB, Georgia: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Delta . . . CRAVVFORD, ANNE: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business Administration: Phi Chi Theta, NCAS . . . CRAWVFORD, HENRY: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sci- ences: Sigma Chi . . . CREED, FREDNA: McCalla: Arts and Sciences . . . CRENSHAW, DONNA: Tuscaloosa: Education: NCAS . . . CRENSHAW, GEORGE R.: Mobile: Engineering: ALAA . . . CREWS. GEORGE: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business Administration: Beta Theta Tau . . . CROCKER, MARTHA C.: Scottsboro: Education: Chi Omega: Chi Delta Phi: President of School of Education: Univer- sity Players . . . CROCKER, WVILLIAM W.: Dothan: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Tau Omega: AFROTC Officer Club . . . CROOK, CAROLINE: Union Springs: Education: Kappa Delta . . . CROW, Funiime ond cull kinds of assorted goodies . . . " 'W W' ' VW " "'f"'W"X""'f'f ' '--V 0f51"VWQWQ I 43" P - A IUDITH ANN: Montgomery: Home Economics. Row Two: CROXVE, ROBERT: Jasper: Arts and Sciences: Sigma Nu . . . CRUMP, HELEN: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Gamma Delta: Second Vice-President of Alpha Gamma Delta: Senior Council . . . CRUMP, I. SCOTT: Lanett: Commerce and Business Administration: Alpha Phi Omega: Young Republicans, Wesley Founda- tion: Young Conservatives: Marketing Club . . . CUMMINS, NORMAN C.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business Administration: SAM . . . CURRIE, ANN: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences: AAUW . . . CURTIS, MARGARET LOUISE: Elkton, Tennessee: Nursing . . . CUSIMANO, GREGORY S.: Gadsden: Commerce and Business Administration: Beta Theta Pi: Rush Evaluation Committee: Fraternity Council Judiciary: IFC . . . DAHLENE, ANNE TYSON: Birmingham: Education: Delta Gamma: C. XV. Staff: Alpha Phi Omega Sweetheart . . . DAHLKE, WVAYNE T.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering: ASCE . . . DAILY, JACK D.: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences . . . DALTON, M. GRACE: New Iberia, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences: Pi Beta Phi: Chi Delta Phi . . . D,ANGELO. I. A.. IR.: Mobile: Commerce and Business Administra- tion: Alpha Kappa Psi. Row Three: DANIEL, HAROLD LUTHER: Montgomery: Engineer- ing: Delta Tau Delta: Pi Mu Epsilon: Eta Kappa Nu: Druids: Ar- nold Air Society: IEEE . . . DANIEL, HOVVARD: Decatur: Com- merce and Business Administration: Chi Phi: Circle K: Alabama Stu- dent Unions: SAM: ASTD: Commerce Association: Pi Tau Chi . . . DANIEL, JOHN EDGAR: Clayton: Engineering: Theta Tau: Chi Ep- silon: ASCE: Engineers Executive Council, SGA Legislature: Regent Theta Tau: President ASCE: Secretary-Treasurer Chi Epsilon: Chair- man Civic Committee of Legislature . . . DANIELS, PEGGY: Pine Hill: Arts and Sciences . . . DARDER, RICHARD T.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business Administration: Phi Delta Theta: Cotillion SENIORS Club . . . DASHER, LUCY R., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Education, Alpha Delta Pi, Triangle, Education Senator to SCA, AYVS Senior Council . . . DAUM, KAREN, Miami Beach, Florida, Education, Al- pha Epsilon Phi . . . DAVEY, HELEN, Hendersonville, North Carolina, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, Chi Delta Phi . . . DAVIDOWV, GEORGE, Cleveland, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau ,. . . DAVIDSON, JOHN PRATT, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences . . . DAVIS, DIANE, Jackson, Arts and Sciences, Senior Council, Judiciary gouiici . . . DAVIS, BILL, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha, irce . Row Four: DAVIS, JOHN WALTER, III, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . DAVIS, NANCY, Mobile, Education, Alpha Chi Om-ega, Spirit, AAUW . . . DAVIS, ROBERT C., Phenix City, Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE . . . DAVIS, ROCER STANLEY, Foley, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club . . . DAVIS, SANDRA M., Birmingham, Nursing . . DAVIS, WANDA DEAN, Birmingham, Nursing . . . DAWSON, ANN, Birmingham, Home Economics, Delta Delta Delta . . . DAWSON, RICHARD L., JR,, Birmingham, Education . . . DEAN, BEN- NETT VVAYNE, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . DEASON, LOLA P., Jasper, Education, Agnes Ellen Harris . . . DEFEE, MARGARET FRANKLIN, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . DEICHAMPS, JOHN RANDOLPH, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Del- ta Kappa Epsilon. Row Fioe: DELORME, SARA, Birmingham, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Phi Chi Theta, Senior Council, Vice-President Re- sidence Hall, Spirit . . . DEMERRITT, T. ELIZABETH, Montgomery, Home Economics, Home Economics Club . . . DENTON, BETTY, Birmingham, Education . . . DERRICK, PATSY, Scottsboro, Home Economics, Phi Mu, Spirit, Agnes Ellen Harris. Row Six: DEWVITT, MYRA SINCLETON, Jackson, Education . . . DICKINSON, CHARLYE PATRICIA, Anniston, Education, Pi Mu Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, Treasurer of Mary Burke West . . . DI- GIORGIO, BERNARD E., Biimingham, Engineering, Theta Tau, Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Student Senator, President School of Engineering . . . DIKIS, DEE, Birmingham, Home Economics, Al- pha Chi Omega, Agnes Ellen Harris, AAUW. Row Seven: DOBBS, LYNDA LEE, Berry, Nursing, UCSC, UAS NA . . . DOCCETT, AUBREY C., JR., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Cotillion Club, Dorm Officer . . . DOL- LAR, JOHN F., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Theta Tau, Pi Mu Epsilon . . . DONALDSON, HARVEY M., Andalusia, Engineering, SCA Senator, Theta Tau, Engineering Executive Council. Row Eight: DONALDSON, L. FAYE, Tuscaloosa, Education, Del- ta Zeta . . . DOREEN, DALE D., Sodus Point, New York, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Alpha Phi, Marketing Club, Deans List . . . DORSEY, HENRIANNE, Elba, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Camma, Spirit, Y . . . DOSS, SHIRLEY, Boaz, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha: COROLLA. Page 143 SENIORS Row One: DOUCLASS, MARC-UERITE TRENT, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, COMMENT Alt Editor . . . DOXVLING, HENRY, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . DOWVLING, SHIRLEY XV, Pinckard, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta, Chi Delta Phi . . . DOWNS, BARBARA DYVAIN, Franklin, North Carolina, Chemistry, Alpha Xi Delta, President Pas- tuer Society . . . DREES, BARRY GOVERNOR, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . DREZEK, DONNA, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . DRIVER, ANNE, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega, AAUW, Young Republicans . . . DUBIN, NOEL CHARLES, Jackson Heights, New York, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Freshman Counciling Ser- vice . . . DUKE, JOHN PHILLIP, Hamilton, Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma, Theta Tau, EFS, Engineering Executive Council . . . DUNA- GAN, ROBERT W., Gadsden, Education . . . DUNCAN, JOSEPH R., Hartselle, Engineering, ASCE . . . DUNLAP, ROBERT T., Mont- gomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi, Scabbard and Blade, Distinguished Military Student. Row Two: DURHAM, JOSEPH R., JR., Fort Payne, Theta Tau, Sports Director Theta Tau, SGA Area Cabinet, AIAA . . . ECHOLS, MEMORY, Buminghzun, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha, COROLLA . . . ECHOLS, WVHITNEY, JR., Tuscaloosa, Education, Cadet Officers Club . . . EDMONDSON, JAMES D., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . ELDER, TOMMY, Abanda, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa, President of Phi Sigma Kappa, Cotillion Club, Cadet Officers Club, Young Democrats, Scabbard and Blade, IFC, VVABP Radio Station . . . ELLIS, FRANCES, Opp, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi, Vice-President of Alpha Delta Pi, Junior Council, Mortar Board, AMTA Piano Wlinner . . . ELLIS, JAMES P., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Chairman Election Committee Clay- sidence Hall Council, President Friedman Hall . . . ELTZ, SYLVIA ELLISON, CURTIS VV., Sumiton, Arts and Sciences, Band, Men's Re- sidentce Hall Council, President Friedman Hall . . . ELTZ, SYLVIA ANN, Mobile, Nursing . . . ENNIS, SARA COLEMAN, Livingston, Home Economics, Kappa Delta, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Spirit, Agnes Ellen Harris . . . ERNSTEIN, HAROLD, Mobile, Chemistry, Phi Ep- silon Pi . . . ESSERTIER, MARTHA TIBBY, Bridgcwood, New Jor- sey, Nursing, Chi Omega, UASNA. Row Three: ESTES, JAMES A., Oneonta, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . EVANS, JANE CARROLL, Tus- caloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club, SAM . . . EVANS, ROBERT BUD, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . EVATT, CARVIN T., JR., Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Air Force Cadet Officers Club, President Palmer Hall, Men's Residence Hall Council, Air Force Drill Team . . . FAITH, LARRY E., St. Stephens, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FALKENBERRY, JOHN C., Selma, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha, Scabbard and Blade, Sigma Delta Chi . . . FARRELL, LENORE E., Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Newman Club, Pi Mu Epsilon . . . FAR- RIS, RONALD C., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FAST, ANTHONY E., Middletown, New York, Arts and Sciences, University Symphony Orchestra, Alpha Epsilon Rho . . . FAULK, GEORGE N., Greenville, Arts and Sciences . . . FAULK, JOSEPH R., Samson, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Sigma Kappa, Rho Alpha Tau, IFC, Delta Sigma Pi, Cotillion Club . . . FEINBERG, CAROLINE, Opelika, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon. Row Four: FEINBERG, FRED, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau, Scabbard and Blade, Tennis Team . . . FIELDS, CARO- LYN ANN, Millport, Home Economics . . . FINCI-I, JOHN E., Tusca- loosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Judge on Student Court, Page 144 . af X5 f ,. H FNS an-W S . , .,., . Wy .I ,gr 'P Fr -.-l if QNX SAM, Lambda Sigma . . . FINLEY, FRANCIS PATRICK, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . FINLEY, SUZANNE, Knox- ville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta, President Alpha Xi Delta, Panhellanic Representative, SEA . . . FLORENCE, CHAR- LES, Gremen, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club . . . FLOYD, MARY HELEN, Craysville, Arts and Sciences . . . FOS- TER, ELIZABETH ANN, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha, Presi- dent Zeta Tau Alpha, Mortar Board, Triangle Advisory Board, Presi- dent SEA, Senior Council . . . FOVVLER, KAY CHARLOTTE, Tusca- loosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FRACHISEUR, GARY L., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FRANCIS, STANLEY, Bessemer, Education . . . FRANKLIN, PA- TRICIA, Phenix City, Arts and Sciences. Row Five: FRANKS, JOE J., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FRASIER, BEVERLY, Montgomery, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . FRAZER, CHARLES, JR., Selma, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . FREEMAN, LIN- DA, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Six: FRIED, ANNE, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Triangle, SGA Scrapbook Chairman, Spirit, Panhellanic, AWS House of Representatives . . . FRIEDMAN, NANCY DIANE, St. Petersburg, Flori- da, Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi, SGA Legislature, Triangle, Kappa Delta Epsilon . . . F ULMER, CHARLOTTE C., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FULMER, LINNY N., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Busin-ess Administration, Marketing Club. Row Seven: FULLER, JOHN T., Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . GABA, MARY ANN, VVinfield, Home Economics, Chi Omega, qv'- Agnes Ellen Harris, Phi Epsilon Omicron . . . GALLION, THOMAS T., Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . GAMBLE, JOE, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Tau Delta, Tau Delta International. How Eight: GAMMONS, JAMES G., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . CARFINKLE, NAOMI LOUISE, Nashville, Tennessee, Education, Sigma Delta Tau, Triangle, Chi Delta Phi, Judiciary, Class Council . . . CARRETT, JOHN A., Birmingham, Engineering, ASCE . . . GAR- RY, YALE R., Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Conservative Club. Everything was O.K. until his gloss eye fell out and his wooden leg broke. PS1 isis' Row One: GENTRY, DERA MARCO, Thorsby, Home Economics . . . GILBREATH, GLENN HAROLD, Double Springs, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Sigma Pi . . . GILL, CHARLES LEIGH, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . GILLESPIE, GAIL, Tazewell, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . GILLILAND, MYRAQ Albertville, Education, University Players . . . GILLILAND, ROY NEWTON, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, SAM! Secretary-Treasurer of the American Society for Training Directors . . . GIVHAN, SAMUEL PACE, Safford, En- gmeering, Theta Chi, ASME, Deans List . . . GODBOLD, JOHN LAWRENCE, Camden, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Phi . . . GODBALD, RONNY LEE, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma, President of A.E.D .... GODIN, RAYMOND I., Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . GOINGS, HUBERT W., IR., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Ep- silon . . . GOLDEN, STANFORD B., Demopolis, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi, Secretary of Theta Chi. Get her quick before she goes across the street. r fa. . ' - 2,511 .3 .. 1,3 t , 1' ,. - ' v w , s ,. ig M , .-.. f Row Two: GOLDNER, IVAN N., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau, President of Zeta Beta Tau, IFC Judiciary Committee, Druids, Academic Affairs Committee, Representative to Student Legis- lature . . . GOLDSMITH, MAURICE L., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci- ences, Zeta Beta Tau, President of Jasons, ODK, Phi Alpha Theta . . . GOLDSTEIN, JOEL, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . GOLDSTEIN, STANLEY, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Hillel . . . GOLSON, T. EVE- RETTE, Prattville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GO- ODEN, LYNN L., Fairhope, Education, Chi Delta Phi . . . GOODSON, JEFF, Union Grove, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GORDON, BENNY R., Hueytowng Arts and Sciences . . . GOSS, RONALD FORREST, Piedmont, Engineering, Theta Tau, ASCE, En- gineers Executive Council . . . GOURLEY, IOHN H., Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . GRAHAM, I. H., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GRAHAM, LAURA ANNE, Gorgas, Education, Delta Gamma, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Pi Mu Epsilon, Vice-President of Education. Row Three: GRAHAM, RAYMOND LEE, IR., Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Pi Sigma . . . GRANADE, MARY JOYCE, Leroy, Nursing, Alpha Gamma Delta, UASNA, President of Nursing, YVes- ley Foundation . . . GRANGER, WILLIAM ERNEST, jacksonville, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . GRANT, LARRY WELLS, Northport, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta, Alpha Epsilon Delta . . . GRAVES, THOMAS S., Selma, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . GREEN. DAVID M., Athens, Engineering, Theta Chi, Alpha Phi Omega, IEEE . . . GREEN, DOUGLAS B., IR., Hamilton, Arts and Sciences, AF- SENIORS ROTC Officers Club . . . GRIER, JAMES G., Cullman, Engineering, AIIE . . . GRIER, LYNDA, Birmingham, Education, Delta Zeta, Spirit, Y, Dorm Council, SGA Committee . . . GRIFFIN, GERRY FAY, Walkee SDUDSSS Nursing . . . GRIFFIN, JAMES RICHARD, Birmingham, Panel Sciences . . . CRIMES, VICTOR S., Huntsville, Engineering, Row Four: GROOM, WINSTON F., JR., Mobile, Arts and Sci- ences, Delta Tau Delta, Editor of MAI-IOUT, Jasons, ODK . . . GROSSE, VINSON G., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, SAM, ASTDQ Air Force Officers Club . . . GUGLIOTTA, SAM CARL, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Commerce Association, Newman Club . . . GUIN, JAMES ASTON, Bir- mingham, Engineering, Tau Beta Pig Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Pi Mu Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, AICHE . . . GUIN, VIRGINIA, Northport, Chemistry . . . GUY, LARRY WAYNE, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GUYTON. JERRY F., Sulligent, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HAGER, MARGARET, Jasper, Edu- cation, Delta Delta Delta, AAUW . . . HAGOOD, THOMAS A., JR., Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Theta Tau, ASCE, Chi Epsilon, SGA Legis- lator . . . HAIGLER, DELIA, Montgomery, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . HAIR, FOSTER JACKSON, Phenix City, Arts and Sciences . . . HAIRSTON, LYNN, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mug SGA Senate, Traffic Court, Senior Council, Triangle, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Pi Sigma Alpha, Sigma Delta Pi, Festival of Arts Committee, Alpha Lambda Delta. Row Five: HALL, GERALD ARDEN, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi, University Symphony, Band, Secretary of Alpha Sig- ma Phi, Alpha Epsilon Rho, Cotillion Club . . . HALL, JOHN E., Red Level, Arts and Sciences, Pi Sigma Alpha . . . HALLAS, BEHDAN S., Jasper, Arts and Sciences, Pi Mu Epsilon . . . HALLMARK, ROBERT N., Sylacauga, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma. Row Six: HALSTEAD, CALEB BRANDEN, Headland, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . HAMER, BILLYE, New Hope, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta, AAUW, Agnes Ellen Harris . . . HAMILTON, JAMES K., Russellville, Chemistry . . . HAMILTON, LAWSON E., III, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Pi Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, French Club. Row Seven: HAMILTON, RACHEL, Eutaw, Education, Kappa Del- ta, Panhellanic, AWS Activities Committee, Senior Council, Triangle . . . HAMLETT, EOLA, Orrville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . HAMMER, DARNELL, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta, Chi Delta Phi, Triangle, Senior Council, Historian Delta Zeta . . . HAND, CHARLOTTE, Dothan, Arts and Sciences. Row Eight: HANDS, ANNE RODGERSQ Northport, Chemis- try, American Chemical Society . I. . HANKINS, DON B., Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . I-IANNAH, BOBBY F., Athens, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HARBISON, NELL, Cullman, Home Economics, Home Economics Club. Page 147 SENIORS Row One: HARDIN, JAMES LARRY, Birmingham, Conimerce and Business Administration . . . HARLAND, GEORGE, Parrish, Education . . . HARLIN, MAXEY BARLOVV, III, Bowling Green, Kentucky, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . , . HARPER, HOXVARD, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . HARRIS, CLIFTON W'AYNE, Griffin, Georgia, Engineering . . . HARRIS, DAVID C., Binningham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HARRIS, KAY, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HAR- RIS, SUSAN, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau, Cheer- leader, Mortar Board, Triangle, Senior Council . . . HARRISON, CAROL, Birmingham, Education, Phi Mu, President of Phi Mu, House of Representatives . . . HARRISON, HAROLD M., Bessemer, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . HARRISON, THOMAS EARL, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . HART, JOHN BUDD, JR., Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Marketing Cluh. Row Two: HARVARD, CAROLE, Montgom-ery, Arts and Sciences, Pi Tau Chi, Crimson Girl, BSU Officer . . . HAUER, JOHN, Hunts- ville, Arts and Sciences . . . HAUG, M. CATHERINE, Arlington, Virginia, Arts and Sciences . . . HAVVKINS, ANNA C., Foley, Nurs- ing . . . HAVVKINS, JOHN LINDER, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . HAVVKINS, LAURA, Gadsden, Education . . . HAYNES, MARTHA JO, Sylacauga, Nursing, UANAS, Secre- tary of Senior Class . . . HAYXVOOD, JUDITH ANITA, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Secretary of Mortar Board, Secretary SGA House of Representatives . . . HEADLAND, ROBERT L., Birmingham, En- gineering, Alpha Phi Omega, ASCE, Chi Epsilon . . . HEFBAUER, BARBARA JEANNE, Birmingham, Education . . . HEINBACH, J. RENAL, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HEN- DERSON, CAROLQ Troy, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Alpha Epsilon Rho, Fiji Flapper. Row Three: HENDERSON, EDVVIN S., Tuscaloosa, Education . . . HENDRIX, FLORENCE GENTON, Oneonta, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta, Triangle . . . HERMAN, MARY ANN, Northport, Home Economics, Town Girls . . . HESLER, MELINDA LOU, Vfil- larcl, Ohio, Education, Major Club . . . HESTER, MARY JANE, East Point, Georgia, Pi Beta Phi, Senior Council . . . HICK, HAROLD, Birmingham, Education . . . HICKS, MARY, VVarson VVoods, Missouri, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . , . HIEBEL, PETER A., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . HIGHTOXVER, GLORIA E., VVinfield, Education, Chi Omega, President of Chi Omega, CORO- LLA Favorite, Treasurer Chi Delta Phi, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Public Rc- lations Council, Sigma Phi Epsilon Queen of Hearts . . . HILL, ALLEN, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . , HILL, GARY D., Moulton, chemistry . . . HILL, THOMAS W.- Tuscaloosa, Chemistry. 7 Row Four: HILL, VICKI, Birmingham, Education . . . I-IILYER, RONALD B., Tallassee, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi, Homecoming Committee, Spirit . . . HINSHAVV, JAMES H., Tuscaloosa, Education . . . I-IIXON, EDVVARD CAMERON, Birmingham, Engineering . . . HOFFMAN, SUSAN, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Education, Delta Zeta- Treasurer of Delta Zeta . . . HOIT, ZANE M., Montgomery, Engineeyi ing, Theta Tau, ASCE, SGA Legislature, AFROTC Officers Club . . . Page 148 wikg, t .I Q I VI ,. , .,,v fi f .,,., 1 I A xx . fb, K :J . 5 SN , at iw..-v N1 HOLBROOK, BOBRAg Akron, Arts and Sciences . . . HOLDER, DONNA JO, Scottsboro: Home Economics, Delta Zeta, Mortar Boardg Vice-President, Spirit: Alpha Lambda Delta, Pi Upsilon Omicrong Tri- angle-5 State Officer of the American Home Economics Association, Agnes Ellen Harris . . . HOLEMAN, CLARA FAYEg Holtg Education . . . HOLLAND, JOHN L., Bayou La Batreg Commerce and Business Administration . . . HOLLIS, MARTHA JUNE: Newton: Arts and Sci- encesg Kappa Deltag Miss Alabamag COROLLA Beauty, Miss Venus, Cinderella Girl Phi Kappa Sigma: Office Manager MAI-IOUT5 Tri- angle, Spirit . . . HOLMES, FRANK WAYNE, Troy, Engineering. Row Five: HOLMES, LESTER C., Summerdaleg Arts and Sciences . . . HOLMS, PANSY, Kinstong Home Economics . . . HOLT, WAYNE T., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration: SAM: SATD . . . HOLTER, JOHN GREGORY, Nashville, Tennesseeg Edu- cation, Sigma Chi, Swimming Team. Row Six: HOOKER, SUZANN H., Huntsville: Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Alpha Delta Pi, Phi Chi Thetag National Colle- giate Association for Secretaries . . . HOOKS, SAMUEL SLADEg Mo- bile: Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . HEMPSTEAD, JIM- MY A.g Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . HORNE, RICHARD: Bessemerg Education, Phi Sigma Kappa. Row Seven: HORTON, JEAN SHEPARDQ Jackson: Arts and Sci- cncesg Cinema Society . . . HOVVELL, JOE, Enterpriseg Arts and Sci- ences: Alpha Tau Omega, AED . . . HOVVLE, MARDIS VV., JR., az-. 4 I 3 ci B Q 29 Qs Mit A , I Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administrationg Phi Gamma Del- ta . . . HUBBARD, JAMES M., Hinterg Commerce and Business Ad- ministration: Phi Delta Theta. Row Eight: HUBBARD, KENNETH, Binningham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HUCKABEE, BOBBY E.: Siluriag Arts and Sciences . . . HUFFMAN, JO ANN, Fayetteg Home Economics, Agnes Ellen Harris . . . HUFFMAN, NETTIE ALICEg Grand Bayg Education, Agnes Ellen Harris. Some girls have olll the fun. Row One: HUGHES, M. LYNN, Lincoln, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Phi . . . HUGHES, TROY K., JR., Boaz, Arts and Sciences . . . HURST, CHARLES R., Tuscaloosa, Engineering, AIAA . . . HURT, JEANNENE R., Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, AAUVV . . . HURT, THOMAS A., Florence, Com- merce and Business Administration, Menis Residence Hall Council, SAM . . . HUTCHINS, JOE XV., Birmingham, Engineering, AICHE . . . HY- ATT, BENNY M., Arab, Commerce and Business Administration . . . IGOU, PATRICIA A., Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences . . . INGRAM, MARY FAY, Cullman, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Alpha Psi . . . INMAN, ROBERT FREDRICK, Elbag Arts and Sci- ences, Pi Kappa Phi, Alpha Epsilon Rho, Deans List . . . INSCHO, SKIPPY, Birmingham, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . IRVINE, SAMUEL Whc1t's o nice boy like you doing in ci place like this? STARKE, Springhill, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon. I Row Two: JABOUR, ERNEST E., Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . JACKSON, GARY F., Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . JACKSON, KATHER- INE, Sidewinder, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . JACKSON, PRES- TON, Birmingham, Engineering, IEEE . . . JAEGER, MARK D., Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . JAMES, GERALD E., Robertsdale, Chemistry . . . JAMES, PAUL S., Amory, Mississippi, Education, University Opera 'Work Shop . . . JOYCE, DENNIS, Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences, Theta Xi . . . JERN- IGAN, CHERRY, Mobile, Education, Alpha B-eta Alpha . . . JERNI- GAN, JENNIE H., Ozark, Education . . . JESSUP, NANCY ELIZA- BETH, Sylacauga, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . JOHNSON, A. LANIER, Lanett, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kap- pa Phi, Marketing Club. Row Three: JOHNSON, NEAL, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . JOHNSON, ROBERT F., Jemison, Arts and Sciences . . . JOHNSON, SAMUEL F OUTS, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . JOHNSON, XVAYNE B., Birmingham, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Chi Phi, Delta Sigma Pi . . . JOHNSTON, DEE, Ft. Worth, Texas, Education, Delta Zeta, Alpha Beta Alpha . . . JOHN- STON, JANICE ANN, Sheffield, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . JOHNSTON, VVALTER N., JR., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . SENIORS JOLLY, SUZANNE, Tallassee, Nursing, UASNA, BSU . . . JONES, AMELIA RIVES, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . JONES, ANDREW, Decatur, Arts and Sci-ences . . . JONES, ARCHIE C., JR., Clanton, Arts and Sciences, Band . . . JONES, BETTY Lglgigilielmag Nursing, Delta Gamma, SGA Senator, Senior Coun- ci , , Row Four: JONES, CAMILLA, Adamsville, Education, Kappa Del- ta Pi, Chi Delta Phi, Secretary Byrd Hall, SGA House of Representa- tives . . . JONES, DIANNE, Montgomery, Chemistry, Delta Delta Delta . . . JONES, JACQUELINE, Cullman, Education, Alpha Delta Epsi- lon . . . JONES, JEANNE M., Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration . . . JONES, JOHN W., Montrose, Arts and Sciences . . . JONES, JOYCE, Birmingham, Nursing, ASNA . . . JONES, JOYCE, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu, Triangle, Senior Council . . . JONES, KATHRYN LOIS, Alexandria, Virginia, Education, Alpha Chi Omega: SEA . . . JONES, MARGHERITA, Century, Florida, Arts and Sci- ences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, President of Kappa Kappa Gamma, Mor- tar Board, Senior Council . . . JONES, MARILYN ANN, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta, Cinema Society, AFROTC Officers VVives Club . . . JONES, SARA, Bowden, Nursing . . . JONES, WIL- LIAM H., Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi, IEEE. Row Five: JONES, WILLIAM L., JR., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . JORDAN, SALLY, Carbon Hill, Nursing, UASNA . . . JOSEPHSON, CHERYL V., Mobile, Commerce and Busi- ness Aclministration, Delta Gamma, Triangle, YVVCA, Phi Chi Theta . . . JUDD, JAMES R., JR., Tuscaloosa, Engineering, President SRA, Pi Tau Chi, President IEEE, Tau Beta Pi, President Eta Kappa Mu, Pi Mu Epsilon, Circle K., Dean's List, DSF. How Six: JUNGERMAN, EDWARD E., Tuscaloosa, Engineering, IEEE . . . KANE, STEPHEN D., Horrin, Illinois, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta, SGA House of Repre- sentatives . . . KEARNS, M. A., JR., Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, SAM . . . KEEPER, JAMES CASPER, Huntsville: En- gineering, IEEE. How Seven: KEITH, BENJAMIN LEON, Ft. Payne, Arts and Sci- ences . . . KEITH, MARSHALL ALSTON, Selma, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma, Intermural Editor, CRIM- SON WHITE . . . KELLER, RICHARD BAXTER, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . KELLEY, JAMES I-I., VVest Pahn Beach, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Newman Club, Air Force Officers Club. Row Eight: KEMP, WILLIAM H., Huntsville, Engineering, Theta Tau, Arnold Air Society, IEEE . . . KENNAMER, JOEL XV., Hance- ville, Engineering, IEEE . . . KENNAMER, RICHARD N., Mont- gomery, Aits and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . KENNEDY, BAR- BARA F., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu, Alpha Kappa Delta. Page 151 SENIORS Row One: KERXHALLI, MARK R., Rochester, New York, Arts and Sciences . . . KESSLER, CAROL, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, Scholarship Council . . . KETTELL, EMORY CHAR- LES, JR., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Kappa Psi, Vice-President Marketing Club . . . KEULER, LLOYD J., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . KICKER, LUDIE JO, Birmingham, Nursing . . . KIDD, ROBERT, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . KILPATRICK, JAMES HENRY, Prattville, Arts and Sciences, Circle K . . . KIMBROUGH, DON: Tuscumbia, Chemistry, Phi Kappa Sigma, American Chemical Society . . . KIM- BROUGH, RALPH D., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . KING, ELIZABETH, Blountsville, Education, Delta Gamma, Alpha Beta Alpha, Spirit . . . KING, FRANKLIN W., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . KIPFER, JUDY, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, AVVS Social Committee. Row Two: KIRKLEY, JOHN R., Northport, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, A Club . . . KITCHENS, JOHN BROWN, Roan- oke, Commerce and Business Administration, Cotillion Club, Delta Sig- ma Pi, Finance Association, Treasurer of Clayton Hall, President of Residence Hall Council . . . KITCHINGS, JERRIE G., Birmingham, Nursing . . . KLINE, ADRIENNE, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . KNIGHT, ALFRED L., Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . KNIGHT, RE- BECCA F., Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . KNOVVLES, CRAIG W., Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi, International Vice- President of Circle K., President Pro-Tem Student Legislature, Druids, President Rho Alpha Tau, Assistant Chairman Homecoming: Chair- man of Young Republicans, IFC, Cross Country Track . . . KNURR, EVELYN, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon, Tri- angle, Chi Delta Phi . . . KONIAR, JOHN E., Jasper, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi, Air Force Officer Club, Alpha Phi Omega, Arnold Air Society . . . LACKHART, HOVVARD, JR., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LAFAY- ETTE, HUGH PAUL, Baltimore, Maryland, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LAIRD, PHIL, Cordova, Arts and Sciences. Row Three: LAKE, JERRY HOVVARD, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club . . . LAMBERT, MARTHA DIANE, Huntsville, Chemistry, Phi Mu, Spirit, Pasteur Society, Chi Phi Ideal Girl . . . LAMEY, JOHN, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Golf Team . . . LAMPLEY, TADE MERRILL, Eu- faula, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . LAND, LOUIS, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Del- ta, Scabbard and Blade . . . LANE, G. THOMAS, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta, Vice-President of Phi Delta Theta . . . LANGNER, ERNEST EUGENE, JR., Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . LANGSTON, J. TRUETT, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . LANGUS, JOHN CLEMONS, JR., Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Del- ta Kappa Epsilon, Marketing Club . . . LANIER, LADONNA, Bir- mingham, Home Economics, Delta Zeta, Triangle, Agnes Ellen Harris, Phi Chi Theta . . . LANKFORD, BARRY A., Attalla, Arts and Sci- ences . . . LATHAM, MARY GRACE, Cullman, Education, Home Economics Club, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Kappa Delta Epsilon. Row Four: LAVVLER, JAMES ARGIE, Graysville, Commerce and Business Administration, Vice-President SAM . . . LAVVRENCE, VVIL- LIAM REX, Montgomery, Engineering, AIAA, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Gamma Tau . . . LAWSON, ANN, Fairhope, Education, Delta Delta Delta, Mortar Board, President Chi Delta Phi . . . LEATHERVVOOD, FAY, Florence, Arts and Sciences . . . LECKLIN, LOLA L., Monroe-- ville, Education . . . LEE, JUDY E., Tuscaloosa, Education . . . LEE, Page 152 te! ,Xml x X X X A X W X X X X if K4 t X Q N df. B X sw X, Xi N A Qs s , X ,s oss as -,sa '- wbg, if ' fag 5? -si N s X 'Q 3 N 114-,."4:i Q K 'Q . -vm pg-4 xf We s X it sf ' t 'f f ' . we . 3 , W' Y -' 'N K NELSON LENVVOOD, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . LEGGE, BETSY, Talladega, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . LEMAY, PAT, Town Creek, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Gam- ma, Fashion Editor CVV . . . LENNIOX, MILTON, Robertsdaleg Arts and Sciences, AED . . . LESTER, VICKY ROWVAN, Florence, Nurs- ing, UASNA, Secretary Phychiatric Program, Recommendations Com- mittee for School of Nursing, Triangle, Alpha Xi Delta . . . LETT, RONALD E.g Tuscaloosa, Education. Row Five: LETT, GUY HARRY, Tuscaloosag Commerce and Business Administration . . . LEVY, BURNS, D-emopolis, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Triangle, Chi Delta Phi, Phi Chi Theta . . . LEVVIS, KERMNON PARSONS, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi, Alpha Kappa Psi . . . LEXVIS, MYRA SUE, globile, Education, Intramurals Sports Chairman, judiciary Council of orm. Row Six: LEWIS, PAMELA ANN, Selmag Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi, Phi Epsilon Omicron, Agnes Ellen Harris . . . LILIEN- STERN, CLAY, Bellaire, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta, Jasons, ODK, Board of Publications, CW Business Manager . . . LINDEMANN, THOMAS D., Staten Island, New York, Engineer- ing, AIME . . . LISENBY, HENRY PATTON, Luverne, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega, Druids, Delta Sigma Pi, Bama Day Committee. Row Seven: LOERCH, CONSTANCE LEE, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha, Y . . . LOGAN, HORACE BENJAMIN, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta, Vice-Presi- dent ASTDQ. . . LONG, HELEN, Birmingham, Nursing, UASNA . . . LONG, JOHN NV., IR., Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Eight: LONG, MARY CATHERINE, Decatur, Arts and Sci- ences . . . LONG, 'WILLIAM B., Jasper, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Sigma Nu, Marketing Club . . . LOPER, CAROLYN E., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Gamma, Phi Chi Theta . . . LOTT, FRANK, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration. Vxle're Number One! ,. ,,i, gl Z 5 X KA I :sf , if: 4 ,A 155 z li Qi LEW? ' f 3 if , 2 at 1 i if , at Row One: LOVELESS, ARDEN: Birmingham: Nursing . . . LOVE- LESS, DAVID FLODY: Birmingham: Engineering: IEEE . . . LOVE- MAN, E. BARRY: Gadsden: Commerce and Business Administration: Pi Kappa Alpha . . . LUDLAW, DONALD E., JR.: Mobile: Engin- neering: ASME . . . LUDLUM, CAROLYN: Dothan: Education: Chi Omega: Spirit: Y . . . LYONS, BOBBIE JOAN: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Epsilon Delta . . . MCBRAYER, ROBERT B., JR.: Dothan: Commerce and Business Administration: Kappa Sigma . . . MCCOLLUM, CREAGH: Greensboro: Education: Kappa Delta: Spirit: Senior Council: Alpha Beta Alpha . . . MCCONNELL, JOE ED: Par- rish: Engineering: Chi Phi: Tau Beta Pi: ODK: Pi Tau Sigma: ASME . . . McDANAL, JUDY: Jasper: Education: Kappa Delta Epsilon . . . MCDANAL, KAY: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences . . . MCDANIEL, JAMES R.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering: Theta Tau: ASCE: Student Legis- . . . And they decided to drink another floggon . . g y H View YYY' ' l 1 J , e ff l la: 'Q T"""ff f S ' Y 1 ' ' V ',:3:-Wfgsyf--13, ,af 'V M igi faf -L I , 3. lf 4-" ff! Y v-5 731, 1 'ai ' f A 'gf' Q f'fQl,7 ff J.: I at gif z fi yi - , fi Zl ' , " . fifriim fu, f' ' . 5 J . if-is il: ga' 4 as 6 3 M , fjw 2 Vg? 5 gi v r 1 5 EK ggi 2 4:29 4 I H9 Q W gifs 2 fist!! J 2 ,Y , V ' Y a gi s f H 5 22' ' lie V ' sa: f tai? 1 we 51:9 5 gas. 4 1? 9 ' Y 1 zf :gin ,gf we 914010 , 5 deft if: bf Gif ,M iff r 'l TG ? if fr ai: i , Y, a is Qi 522 X ig 2? xi 2 4 +45 5 Z A Z K ls! ff as 'ig s , it Y s f t N39 40 X I 4 W if 3 1 lf, aa if 23492 4 E, 4: f 4 4 6252 ff Zi? f' . 4 'H aw I A M ir I, V 4fzfLi,... n S ' lature: Engineers Executive Council. Row Two: McDONALD, JULLAN L.: Birmingham: Engineering: AS- CE . . . MCEVVEN, JAMES D.: Tuscaloosa: Education . . . MCFAR- LAND, EDGAR C.: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business Administra- tion: SAM: ASTD . . . MCFARLAND, WARD: Tuscaloosa: Com- merce and Business Administration: ROTC: Marketing Club: Officers Club: SAM . . . MCGOUIRK, BETTY MEREDITH: Tuscaloosa: Edu- cation: Phi Mu . . . MCGOYVIN, CLEMENTINE: Jackson: Arts and Sciences . . . MCINNIS, BERNEY: Stockton: Arts and Sciences: Delta Delta Delta . . . MCINNIS, ROSEMARY: Montgomery: Arts and Sci- ences . . . MCINTOSH, LARRY N.: Huntsville: Commerce and Busi- ness Administration: SAM . . . MCINTOSH, ROSEMARY: Boaz: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Delta Pi: Young Republicans: Chi Delta Phi . . . MCKOY, BEVERLY ANN: Cullman: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Triangle . . . MCKINLEY, DAVID P.: Mobile: Arts and Sci- ences. Row Three: MCLACHRINO, ANTONIO D.: Daytona Beach, Flori- da: Education: Sigma Chi . . . McLAUGHLIN, LEON DURWARD, JR.: Ozark: Arts and Sciences: Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Epsilon Delta . . . MCNEIL, GALE: Tuscaloosa: Education . . . MCPHILLIPS, CAROLYN L.: Point Clear: Education: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Swan Club . . . MCQUEEN, WALTER G.: Fort Deposit: Arts and Sci- ences: Beta Theta Pi: Pi Mu Epsilon . . . MCRAE, GAYLE: Decatur: Arts and Sciences: Chi Delta Phi . . . MCWHIRTER, CARL: Tusca- loosa: Commerce and Business Administration: Marketing Club . . . SENIORS MCWHORTER, ROBERT TWEEDY, Decatur, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Kappa Sigma, American Finance Society, Cotil lio-n Club, Marketing Club . . . MADDOX, ROBERT XVILLIAM, Fay- ette, Education, Acacia, Spanish Club, SNEA . . . MALONE, KAY, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, COROLLA . . . MALO NE, VIVIAN J., Mobile, Comm-erce and Business Administration, 'Wes ley Foundation, Library Committee of Mary Burke . . . MANCUSO THOMAS GLEN, Montgomery, Arts and Sci-ences. Row Four: MANLY, MARY, Fairhope, Arts and Sciences . . . MA- RABLE, MARTHA N., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Phi Chi Theta . . . MARCUS, JEAN F., Huntsville, Educa- tion, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . MARONA, JUDY, Birmingham, Home Economics, Agnes Ellen Harris . . . MARSHALL, AUGUSTA, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta, Young Republicans, Daugh- ters of the King . . . MARSHALL, CONNIE, Mobile, Arts and Sci- ences, Pi Beta Phi, Chi Delta Phi, Kappa Delta Epsilon, AWS Elections Committee, Treasurer of Pi Beta Phi . . . MARSHALL, VVIL- LIAM L., JR., Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Theta Tau, Tau Beta Pi, Theta Kappa Nu, IEEE . . . MARTIN, HAYDEN TAFT, Jasper, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . MARTIN, JOHN, RUSSELL- Selma, Chemistry, Phi Delta Theta . . . MARTIN, LYNDON, JR., Haleyville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Sigma . . . MARTIN, ME- LISSA SAVAGE, Paskman, Education . . . MARTIN, SAMUEL F. JR., Tuscaloosa, Engineering, ASME. a a Row Five: MASSARI, RICHARD D., Tuscaloosa, Engineering, AIWA . . . MASON, PHILIP W., Thomaston, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Marketing Club . . . MASTIN, MILTON J., JR., Fairhope, Artsa and Sciences . . . MATHIS, JASPER L., Florence, Engineeirng, Eta Kappa Nu, Men's Residence Hall Council, President of Dorm. Row Six: MATLOCK, CHARLES G., Tyler, Texas, Engineering, American Foundermens Society, Engineering Executive Council, SAM, American Society for Metals . . . MAULDIN, BETTY, Columbus, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . MAXWELL, JAMES ALLEN, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Pi Mu Epsilon, IEEE . . . MAYO, GAYLE, Overland Park, Kansas, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha, Senior Council, Vice-President Physical Education Majors Club, SEA. Row Seoen: MAYS, DOROTHY, Pell City, Education, Phi Mu, President Chi Delta Phi, Triangle . . . MAYWELL, JUDITH SHERYL, Gadsden, Education, Majors Club, Secretary . . . MEADOYVS, BILL, Ouinton, Engineering, American Institute of Mining Engineers . . . MEAGHER, ANITA LOUISE, Birmingham, Home Economics, AID Student Chapter. Row Eight: MEEKS, WOODROW E., Elbag Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club . . . MERRELL, JERRY, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MEYER, J. PAT., JR., Columbus, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . MICKLE, I.l VV., JR., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Pri. a SENIORS Row One: MILAM, AMELIA, Gadsden, Chemistry, Pasteurs Soc- iety . . . MILAZZO, CHRIS J., JR., Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Phi Sigma Kappa, Newman Club, President AID . . . MILES, JANET A., Montgomery, Education, Phi Mu, AirForce Sponsor . . . MILLER, BONNIE, Fairhope, Education, Alpha Beta Alpha . . . MILLER, DA- VID, Leeds, Commerce and Business Administration, SAM, University Players, Sabres Finance Club . . . MILLER, DAVID EARL, Tusca- loosa, Engineering, Sigma Chi, ASME, Pi Tau Sigma, SAME, Seab- bard and Blade . . . MILLER, JACKIE ELIZABETH, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MILLER, JOE EDD, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MILLER, JOEL H., Mobile, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, SAM . . . MILLER, MAURIGE LEVON, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . MILLER, RICHARD L., JR., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MILL- MAN, BRUCE, Freeport, New York, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Alpha Epsilon Pi. Row Two: MILLS, JENNY LENELLE, Goshen, Arts and Sciences . . . MITCHELL, FRANCES, Tuscaloosa, Education, Delta Zeta, Al- pha Beta Alpha Secretaiy, AWS Judiciary, Mortar Board . . . MIT- CHELL, JOE C., Centreville, Arts and Sciences . . . MIXON, JAMES TRAVIS, Ozark, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club . . . MIXON, VVILLIAM H., Hamilton, Engineering, Theta Tau, A.I.M.E., A.S.M., A.F.S .... MONCUS, JANICE, Ashland, Education . . . MONTGOMERY, HARVEY J., Decatur, Engineering . . . MONTGOMERY, MARY FONTAINE, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta, AVVS Scholarship Committee, Daughters of the King, Spirit . . . MOODY, ANNIE PEARL, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Lambda Delta, Beta Alpha Psi . . . MOORE, JAMES B., JR., Petersburg, Tennessee, Arts and Sci- ences, Pi Kappa Phi, Sigma Delta Chi, Air Force Cadet Officers Club, Arnold Air Society . . . MOORE, JAMES HARRY, Carbon Hill, Education . . . MOORE, TERRY L., Gadsden, Chemistry, Beta Theta Pi, O.D.K., A. Club, A.S.C. Row Three: MORRIS, FRANCES JEANETTE, Elmore, Arts and Sciences . . . MORRIS, JACK NV., Binningham, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, SAM . . . MORRIS, SUSAN, Mobile, Home Eco- nomics, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MORRISON, JAMES, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MORTHLAND, MARY ANN, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta, Mortar Board, Triangle, Spirit, Concert and LectLu'e Committee . . . MOSES, ANDREW' THOMAS, JR., Evergreen, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Alpha Psi . . . MOSLEY, ELIZABETH, Dothan, Education, Alpha Beta Alpha . . . MOSLEY, TALMADGE M., Birmingham, Engineering, AIME, Pi Mu Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi . . . MOSS, BOBBY C., Reform, Engineering, ASCE . . . MOUCHETTE, ROLAND L., Tuscaloosa, Education, Band, Symphony Orchestra . . . MOYER, ROBERT, Hamil- ton, Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma, ODK, Tau Beta Pi, Theta Tau . . . MULLIN, GENE, Albany, New York, Education, Theta Xi. Row Four: MYERS, THOMAS A., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . NABORS, ROBERT, Gadsden, Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, AIIE . . . NABORS, MARTHA FAUST, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, President of Alpha Gamma Delta, Second Vice- President of AYVS, Mortar Board, Triangle, Chi Delta Phi . . . NAT- TER, CHARLES, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration Page 156 . . . NASH, JIMMY N., Oneonta, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Beta Theta Pi, Tappers Club . . . NAUCLE, HELEN, At- lanta, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, AXVS Scholar- ship Committee, Publicity Chainnan of YVVCA . . . NOLAND, RAI- FORD, JR., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . NELSON, MONROE LEE, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Marketing Club . . , NERRELL, AUBREY LEE, Cunters- ville, Engineering, AICHE . . . NEVV, LINDA, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . NOVVAK, UDO VOIKER, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Chi Secretary-Treasurer . . . NEWELL, MARSHAL KAY, Tuscaloosa, Education. How Five: NC, CIM SHEK, Savannah, Georgia, Engineering, AIAA . . . NICHOLS, MICHAEL W., Gadsden, Engineering, Theta Tau, Cotillion Club, Spirit Committee . . . NICHOLS, SARAH PRISCILLA, Northport, Education, Triangle, Town Girls, AWS Cultural Com- mittee . . . NORRIS, JAMES H., Alexandria, Louisiana, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Phi, Chairman Freshman Orientation. How Six: NUNNELLEY, DOUGLAS B., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . NUTTER, JACK N., Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . OAKS, F. LAVVERENCE, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi, Chainnan, Festival of Arts, Program Chairman Fine Arts Council, Vice-President Jasons, ODK, Union Building Committee, Honors Program . . . O'GlVYNN, ROBBIE FAYE, Jackson, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega, AXVS Committee, AID, Agnes Ellen Harris. Row Seven: OHME, HENRY R., Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . OLD, CHARLOTTE ANNE, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences . . . OLIVE, JAMES A., Childershury, Arts and Sciences . . . OLIVET, RONALD TERRY, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Band, UCSC. Row Eight: O'NEAL, JANE MONESE, Tuscaloosa, Education, Mor- tar Board, AWS Board ot Directors, Triangle, Town Girls Association . . . ORR, DONALD T., Decatur, Arts and Sciences . . . OTT, DONNA DELORIS, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Beta Alpha, House Judi- ciary Council, Spirit . . . OVERTON, EDVVARD B., Fairhope, Chemis- try, Sigma Nu, ACS. Aw, come on folks, the programs ARE different this year. Sr -Q, Q fs -5- S 5 Row One: OVVEN, CHARLES H.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences: Del- ta Tau Delta . . . OWEN, PITTMAN: Boaz: Engineering: ASME: Pi Tau Sigma . . . OWENS, JAMES C.: Tuscaloosa: Engineering- Kappa Sigma: Scabbard and Blade: Tennis Team: AICHE . . . OWENS, JAMES R.: Prattville: Chemistry: Pasteur Society . . . OYVINGS, S. KENT: Douglasville, Georgia: Arts and Sciences: Pi Kappa Phi: Phi Sigma Omicrong IFC . . . OVVINGS, THOMAS GENE: Brent: Chemistry: Pasteur Society: AFROTC Cadet Officers Club . . . OX- FORD, VICKI: Bessemer: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Chi Omega: Young Republicans: AAUW: Spirit District Council: Hall Legislature: Spirit . . . PAISLEY, PEGGY SUE: Perdido Beach: Chemistry . . . PALETTI, BARBARA: Louisville, Kentucky: Arts and Sciences: Pi Beta Phi . . . PAPPANASTES, GEORGIA: Montgomery: Arts and Sci-ences: Spanish Club . . . PARKER, CECIL M.: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences . . . PARKER, DAVID CURTIS: Birmingham: Commerce and Business Q Horns on that birthday coke! Administration: A.S.G.A. Staff: MAI-IOUT Sales Staff. Row Two: PARKER, IRENE CURTIS: Florence: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Delta . . . PARRISH, ROBERT H.: Pell City: Arts and Sciences . . . PARSONS, ELBERT H., JR.: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences: Beta Theta Pi: IFC: President of Beta Theta Pi: Cadet Officers Club: IFC Editorial Board . . . PARSONS, LARRY P.: Scottsboro: Engineer- ing: Pi Mu Epsilon: IEEE . . . PARVIN, CHRISTY YV.: Tuscaloosa: Education . . . PATTON, DAVID B., IV: Eutaw: Commerce and Business Administration: Kappa Alpha . . . PATTON, JAMES MICH- AEL: Mobile: Commerce and Business Administration: Delta Tau Delta . . . PATTON, JEAN: Bessemer: Arts and Sciences: Delta Delta Delta . . . PEARCE, SARAH JANE: Carbon Hill: Chemistry: Alpha Lambda Delta: Gamma Sigma Epsilon: American Chemical Society: Deanis List . . . PEAVY, JIM: Greenville: Arts and Sciences: Pi Kappa Al- pha: Cotillion Club: Cadet Officers Club . . . PECK, DONALD S., JR.: Jackson, ,Michigang Education: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Varsity Swimming Team . . . PEETE, JOE N.: Madison: Arts and Sciences. Row Three: PENDLEY, NICKY MARION: Boaz: Education: Alpha Phi Omega . . . PENSON, BOBBI: Freeport, Illinois: Arts and Sciences: Delta Gamma: Mortar Board: Panhellenic Council: Delta Gamma Rush Chairman: AXVS Sorority Representative: AXVS Board of Directors: Chi Delta Phi . . . PERRY, CHARLES: Covington, Kentucky: Edu- cation . . . PERRY, FAYE: Tarrant: Arts and Sciences: Cotillion . . . PETERSON, JOSEPH L, JR.: Livingston: Arts and Sciences . . . PETREY, MARTHA ANN: Petrey: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Xi Delta . . . PETTISS, MARY LANE: Mobile: Arts and Sciences: Kappa SENIGRS Kappa Gamma . . . PHELAN, STEPHEN S., Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Scabbard and Blade, Alpha Epsilon Delta . . . PHILLIPS, DONALD DEAN, Birmingham, Chemistry, Pi Kappa Phi, American Chemical Society . . . PHILLIPS, TODY M. D., Centre, Arts and Sci-ences, Theta Xi . . . PHILLIPS, XVILLIAM L., Pell City, Engi- neering, A.S.M.S .... PINKSTON, DEBORAH, Fort Belveir, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Four: PINSON, LEVVIS J., Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE . . . PINYAN, DIANNE RUSSELL, Tus- caloosa, Education . . . PIRKLE, CAROLYN VICK, Nashville, Ten- nessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Swan Club, MAHOUT . . . PITMAN, MARY MELINDA, Fairhope, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . PITTMAN, ANITA, Geneva, Education, Delta Gamma . . . PLANT, MACK ARRIN, Brewton, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . PLYLAR, RONALD, Bir- mingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club . . . POGGI, FRANCIS A., JR., Mobile, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Kappa Sigma . . . POOLE, RONALD P., Mobile, Engi- neering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, AIAA, Pi Mu Epsilon . . . POSEY, JAMES VV., JR., Guntersville, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . POWELL, GLENDA, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, French Club Secretary, Canterbury Club, NEA, Gamma Alpha Chi, Hono- rary Adv-ertising . . . PONVELL, L. CAMILLE, Northport, Education, Alpha Chi Omega, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Mu Epsilon, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Alpha Lambda Delta. Row Five: POXVELL, SALLYE JO, Falkville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, Chi Delta Phi, Young Democrats . . . PRADEOP, DESHPANDE, Bidar Mysore, India, Engineering, A.I,C.H.E .... PRESLEY, THOMAS L., Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . PRICE, RENEE, Clayton, Arts and Sci-ences. Row Six: PRICE, SHELTON L., Tarrant, Engineering, Arnold Air Society . . . PRICE, WILLIAM BRIAN, Sylacaugag Arts and Sciences . . . PRIDDY, ROBERT GLENN, Cocoa Beach, Florida, Engineering, Sigma Pi Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Secretary IEEE, Men's Residence Hall Council, President NVyman Hall, Theta Tau . . . PRITCHETT, JAMES ALBERT, Cuba, Arts and Sciences. Row Seven: PREPST, DAISY ANNE, Tuscaloosa, Education, Al- pha Gamma Delta, Majors Club, Vestry, Alpha Beta Alpha . . . PRU- ETT, CAROLYN J., Bessemer, Education . . . PUGH, CAROLYN SUE, Fort Myers Beach, Florida, Education . . . PULLIAM, JAMES, Haley- ville, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Eight: PURVIS, MONTEZ, Gorgas, Arts and Sciences . . . PUTMAN, JOSEPH FLETCHER, NVhittier, California, Education, Var- sity Swimming Team . . . QUICK, FOY, Huntsville, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . RAFALSKY, LLOYD, Birmingham, Engineering, IEEE. Page I59 SENIORS Row One: RAMPACEK, CHARLES M., Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Chi Phi, President Tau Beta Pi, Pi Mu Epsilon, Gamma Sigma Ep- silon, Theta Tau, Phi Eta Sigma, SGA Legislature, ODK, Engi- neers, Executive Council, A.I.C.H.E .... RANELLE, FRANK E., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Sigma Pi . . . RASHTI, JEAN g Fort Worth, Texas, Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Triangle, Spirit, Senior Council . . . RATCLIFFE, GARY S., St. Petersburg, Florida, Aits and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . RAY, MARCIA K., Mound- ville, Education, Alpha Beta Alpha, Deans List . . . RAY, MARY SUE, Alexander City, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Chi Theta . . . RAYBON, LARRY VV., Chickasaw, Arts and Sciences . . . REECE, REBECCA ANN, Himtsville, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . REED, DONALD KAY, Quinton, Engineering, A.S.M.E .... REED, JANE ANNE, Albertville, Home Economics . . . REICHVVEIN, LINDA JANE, Cullman, Education, Alpha Beta Alpha, Kappa Delta Epsilon . . . REID, BRUCE A., Barrington, Illinois, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi, Marketing Club, SAM. How Two: RENFRE, VICKI, Fayette, Education, Band . . . RE- NICK, THOMAS L., Mobile, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Theta Chi . . . RENZETTI, J. RONALD, JR., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . RESKES, JOHN MICH- AEL, Carrollton, Commerce and Business Administration . . . REUSS, PHILIP JOSEPH, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Newman Club . . . REYNOLDS, LA RUE, Baileyton, Chemistry . . . RHODES, PHYLLIS K., Fort Payne, Home Economics . . . RICE, LYNN H., Gulf Shores, Engineering, A.I.C.H.E., Tau Beta Pi, Pi Mu Epsilon, Gamma Sigma Epsilon . . . RICHARDS, DONALD, Oxford, Education, Young Democrats, S.G.A. Legislature . . . RICHARDSON, JANNETTE PHILLIPS, Gadsden, Education . . . RICHARDSON, JOEL B., Dora, Engineering, A.I.M.E .... RICHVVINE, ROBERT E., JR., Birmingham, Engineering, Theta Tau, Pi Mu Epsilon, A.I.A.A. Row Three: RICKARD, XVARD L., JR., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Kappa Psi, Marketing Club, Deans List . . . RILEY, ROBERT R., Ashland, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . ROBERSON, JOE T., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . ROBERTS, BETTY SUE, Panama City, Florida, Nursing . . . ROBERTS, JANICE E., Mobile, Education, Agnes Ell-en Harris, Residence Counselor . . . ROBINSON, JIBBY, Florence, Aits and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . ROBISON, EDWARD OTTS, Anniston, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Beta Theta Pi . . . ROBY, MARTHA KAY, Centreville, Education, Alpha Chi Omega, Spirit, F.T.A .... RODC-ERS, BOBBIE, Cullman, Education, Freshman Council, Sophomore Council, AWVS Board of Directors, Triangle, AWS President Summer School, Presi- dent Wilson . . . RODGERS, FRANCES, Reform, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . ROGERS, ELLEN DAVIES, Eutaw, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta, Spirit . . . ROGERS, JANIS, Nashville, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Chi Omega, President Alpha Chi Omega, Mortar Board, Associate Editor COROLLA, Evveetlieart Delta Sigma Pi, Vice President Chi Alpha Phi, Alpha Lamd- a De ta. Row Four: ROGERS, THOMAS H., Tuscaloosa, Education, Bap- tist Student Union . . . ROLFE, CHARLES PERRY, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . ROTH, PHILIP VVAYNE, Jasper, Education . . . ROY, JAYNE ETTA, Bessemer, Education, Major Club . . . RUEHL, ELIZABETH RUTH, Page 160 Q MX X X s 9 A Ex Q X Qs aa. f SX.. X N . . ,N . .xx Xsxs X X X 4 X 0 X 1 it N? 4 s X Q W X N A , XS sf is K ,ga Vs -72.5, 5:90. 5-1 t. 'Q 5 1' !X X 5 , A Q , 1 We X Q X w V Y X ai. Cullman, Home Economics, Delta Gamma . . . RUND, CHARLES, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . RUSSELL, ESTHER JEAN, Cordova, Education, Kappa Delta Epsilon . . . RUSSELL, MARY RUTH, Selma, Home Economics, Kappa Delta, Daughters of the King, Spirit . . . RYAN, JOYCE S., Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Band . . . SAGER, HUGH NORVVOOD, Brighton, Arts and Sciences . . . SANDERS, HERMAN B., JR., Brownsboro, Arts and Sciences, Cotillion Club, Marketing Club . . . SANDERS, IAMES G. IR., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club, SAM. Row Five: SANDERS, KENNETH LARRY, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . SANDVVALL, ERIC ALFRED, IR., Essex Falls, New jersey, Arts and Sciences, Theta Xi, Student Health Organization, Intramural Office . . . SANFORD, B. BRUCE, IR., Boaz, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SAPP, IAMES B., Birmingham, Chemistry, Lambda Chi Alpha. Row Six: SARTAIN, IAN F., Tuscaloosa, Education, Band, Sym- phony Orchestra, Choral Union . . . SAVAGE, MARGARET, Oak- man, Education . . . SAYVVELL, PAUL EUGENE, IR., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . SCARBOROUGH, MIKE, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Chi. Row Seven: SCHERER, EDWVIN PHILLIP, III, Louisville, Kentucky, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Eta Sig- ma, Rho Alpha Tau, ODK, Golf Team . . . SCHLEUZNER, IOHN XV., Roanoke, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . SCI-IREEDER, .K X f' ' 'fs '50 ' X j:twf'1s - -2 2 Y ...,. . Q, 4 X Aw av 1 iv Q x ,Saves X , f .W fa ff .. ..,.... 4:0 N ...., 5 Q. J fig, giwfe ' x 'V 1 4 1 v A Q., X 5' 1 f4 X-,W f 2 72 V v A ,V A I X 6 , X fm Q 2 VVILLIAM MILTON, VVetumpka, Commerce and Business Adminis tration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . SCOTT, TRAVIS H., Montgomery Com merce and Business Administration, Arnold Air Souety Band Cadet Row Eight: SCOTT, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, JR Birmingham Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi Marketinff Club . . . SCOTT, WILLIAM JAMES, Birmingham, Engineerinv Delta Chi IEEE . . . SCOTT, XVILLIAM RIDGLEY, Anniston Engineering IEEE . . . SEBRING, BETTY, Montgomery, Education President Harris Hall, Womenis Residence Hall Council, AWS House of Repie N takes the worry out of being close. si if A ,sri may How One: SEKAS, ALKIS JOHN, Th-essaleniki, Creece, Engineer- ing, Theta Tau, Chi Epsilon, Pi Mu Epsilon, A.S.C.E .... SEKAS, MARK, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, A.S.M.E .... SELF, BETTY JEAN, Birmingham, Nursing . . . SELF, MARVIN B., Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Kappa Psi . . . SELLERS, ELAINE, Greenville, Nursing, U.A.S.N.A,, B.S.U .... SELLERS, JERRY D., Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Chi Epsilon, Honorary Civil Engineering, A.S.C.E .... SEULE, JEAN PERRY, Pensacola, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta, Newman Club, Spirit . . . SEYMOUR, JANE, Lima, Peru, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, President Delta Delta Delta, Mortar Board, Alpha Lambda Delta, Class Council . . . SHAW, ALAN H., Atlanta, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau, ODK, Jasons . . . SHAW, JOHN CRAIG, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences ln your heart you know you're wasting your time. I ' , ',', Q ' is, iltf f ,,iV ,JT .ts 'N Or 'X 3? f P3 5 W f gem K5 ' . H . . . SHEA, RICHARD JOHN, Birmingham, Engineering, Chi Phi . . . SHEPARD, ELIZABETH LAMAR, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: SHEPARD, SUSAN, North Stenington, Connecticut, Edu- cation, Kappa Delta . . . SHEPARD, JOAN, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . SHOR, DAVID R., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Beta Gamma Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi, Marketing Club . . . SHERMAN, CARL MICHAEL, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . SHIELDS, RUTH ELAINE, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . SHILAND, ANNE, Birmingham, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . SHOEMAKER, JOSEPH M., JR., Orrville, Engineering, A.S.M.E .... SIBLEY, THO- MAS WAYNE, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Treasurer Clayton Hall . . . SIMMONS, THOMAS R., Jasper, Com- merce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . SIMP- SON, CAROL JOYCE, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . SISSON, LELAND C., Cadsd-en, Engineering, Theta Xi, A.I.A.A. . . . SKINNER, FRANK, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Chi Phi, Circle K, Marketing Club. Row Three: SMEDLEY, JULIE R., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences , . . SMELLEY, JANE MARIE, Northport, Arts and Sciences . . . SMILEY, CLARE, Uniontown, Arts and Sciences . . . SMITH, ANITA J., Abordson, Mississippi, Nursing . . . SMITH, CAROL H., Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta, Pi Kappa Lambda, Alpha Lamb- da Delta . . . SMITH, EMBLYN A., Toledo, Ohio, Education . . . SMITH, FLORIAN EDWARD, Silverhill, Arts and Sciences, B.S.U. . . . SMITH, FRANK H., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . SMITH. SENIORS FURMAN H., Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . SMITH, HERSCHEL DAVID, Vernon, Arts and Sciences . . . SMITH, JAMES ALLEN, II, Dothan, Education, Alpha Phi Omega, President Cotil- lion, Public Relations Council, CW, B.S.U., Dorm Officer . . . SMITH, MARTHA JANE, Tuscaloosa, Education. Row F our: SMITH, ROBERT HAYES, Huntsville, Engineering, Kap- pa Sigma, Scabbard and Blade . . . SMITH, SUZANNE, Orlando, Florida, Education, Kappa Delta . . . SMOTHERS, SARAH G., Alberts- ville, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . SNELLGROVE, ROBERT R., Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Theta Tau, Chi Epsi- lon, Druids, A.S.C.E., Vice-President Engineering School . . . SNOVV, SANDRA C., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, Fes- tival of Arts, Alpha Lambda Delta, Panhellenic . . . SOUTHERLAND, GROVER R., Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences, President AFROTC Ca- det Officers Club, Arnold Air Society, Distinguished Military Cadet . . . SPAIN, MARGARET S., Birmingham, Education, Delta Zeta, Presi- dent Panhellenic, Triangle, Festival of Arts Committee, Greek Week Committee, Rush Evaluation Committee, Sorority Evaluation Commit- tee . . . SPIEGELMAN, JACK, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . STACY, DORIS IO, Centreville, Education, Delta Zeta . . . STAGGS, WALTON B., IR, Pine Hill, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club . . . STALLINGS, MARTIN, Hart- ford, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi Omega . . . STALEUP, MARY ALICE, Mobile, Chemistry. Row Five: STANARD, DANETTE, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha, Secretary Zeta Tau Alpha, Vice-President Triangle . . . STANGE, BEN H., Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . STANTON, MARGARET RUTH, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . STARR, ANITA, Birmingham, Education, Sig- ma Delta Tau, Secretary of Sigma Delta Tau. Row Six: STEED, ROBERT PRESTON, Boaz, Arts and Sciences . . . STEEDMAN, XV. B., III, Athens, Georgia, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . STEELE, JOHN LOGAN, IR., Trussville, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club . . . STEPHENS, ROBERT S., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Marketing Club, SAM. Row Seven: STEPHENSON, DAVID D., Moulton, Engineering . . . STEVENS, RONALD I., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . STEWART, MARY L., Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . STOKES, CINDY, Rabat, Morocco, Education, Alpha Chi Omega, Class Editor COROLLA3 Secretary Senior Council. Row Eight: STOKES, VVILLIAM DAVIS, Sheffield, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha, Young Republicans, Com- merce Association, Vice-President Pi Kappa Alpha . . . STOWVE, THO- MAS P., IR., Wetumpka, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . STRAIN IVILLIAM D., Brewton, Chemistry, Sigma Nu, Rho Alpha Tau . ,,. STRONG, CHAN, Evergreen, Arts and Sciences, Triangle, B.S.U., President Mary Burke East. Page 163 SENIORS How One: STUCKEY, JANE, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha, Panhellenic . . . SUMMERLIN, CARL, Atalla, Arts and Sci- ences . . . SIVANSON, CHARLES P., Sea Cliff, New York, Engi- neering, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, A.S.N.E .... SVVANZY, MARY JANE, Gallion, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . SYKERA, ROBERT, Loxley, Arts and Sci- ences . . . TALIAFERRO, MARK, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Finance Club . . . TALLEY, LILLIAN, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Dorm Legislature . . . TALMADGE, ARMANDA- Greenville, Nursing, Delta Gamma, Student Nurses Association . . . TATE, XVILLIAM WOODS, JR., Selma, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi, House of Representatives, Finance Committee Chairman, Vice-Presi- dent Sigma Chi, Circle K, CW Copy Editor . . . TAUBER, DENNIS, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . TAYLOR, JERRY A., Section, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . TAYLOR, MARION ELIZABETH, Prattville, Arts and Sci- ences, Chi Omega, Chi Delta Phi. n Row Two: TAYLOR, RUTH ANNE, Dallas, Texas, Arts and Sci- ences, Chi Omega . . . TAYLOR, THERON FRANKLIN, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi, Band, Spirit . . , TERANTO, TERRY, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau, A.E.D .... TERRELL, ADRON, Titus, Engineering, IEEE . . . TERRY, L. WAYNE, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . THOMAS, ALAN M., Kingsway, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . TI-IOMASON, JAY E., Huntsville, Education . . . THOMASON, KATHRYN ANNETTE, Huntsville, Education . . . THOMPSON, DONALD LEE, Birmingham, Engineering, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Engineering Honor Society . . . THOMPSON, GAIL LOUISE, Arlington, Virginia, Home Economics, A.I.D .... THOMPSON, JOHN, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi, Ca- det Officers Club, Reserve Officers Association . . . THOMPSON, PAUL G., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Row Three: THOMPSON, ROBERT JOSEPH, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi, Secretary of Sigma Chi . . . THORNTON, RILEY LEE, JR., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Marketing Club . . . THORNTON, SHARON, Jasper, Education, Phi Kappa Theta, Secretary National Collegiate Association . . . THRA- SHER, BOYD, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . THURLOVV, BARRIE, Mountain Brook, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Omega, Dramatics Honorary, Chi Delta Phi, University Players . . . THURMOND, HERSHEL J., Gadsden, Engineering . . . TIDMORE, WILLIAM CAPPS, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, A.I.A.A .... TIDVVELL, GALE, Gadsden, Education, Vice-President N.G.A.S .... TINGLE, CHARLES HENDERSON, Tarrant, Commerce and Business Adminis tration, SAM . . . TODDER, NANCY L., Palm Beach, Florida, Edu cation, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . TOMPKINS, DAMON EUGENE' Birmingham, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, I.F.C., A.I.C.H.E .... TRAUDT, JAMES STEPHEN, Prattville, Engineering, A.S.C.E. 9 Row Four: TRAYLOR, RONALD LYNN, Roanoke, Arts and Sci- ences . . . TREADVVELL, LINDA LYLES, Fayette, Home Economics . . . TROHA, JOHN M., Birmingham, Engineering, Tau Beta Pi- Beta Kappa Nu, Pi Mu Epsilon, Theta Tau . . . TRONCALLI, Joi-INZ NYQ Blmllnghamg Commerc-e and Business Administration . . . TROUT- MAN, MICKIE, Fernwood, Mississippi, Education, Delta Delta Delta Page 'I64 . . . TUCKER, IACQUELINE E.g Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciencesg Delta Gamma, Vice-President Theta Sigma Phig Social Chairman Town Girls . . . TURNER, ANNg Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Mu Epsilon, Chi Delta Phi . . . TURNER, MARY ALlCEg Birminghamg Home Economics . . . VanVALKENBURGH, NANCYQ Huntsvilleg Arts and Sciences . . . VANEK, ANNETTE BURDENNEg Theodoreg Nursing, U.A.S.N.A.g B.S.U .... VANDILLEN, FRANCESg Mobileg Arts and Sciences . . . VAUGHN, CHARLES G., Gadsdeng Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pig Cheer Leader. Row Five: VIARS, RONNIE A.g Birminghamg Arts and Sci-encesg Baseball . . . VICKERS, GUY E., IR., Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . VICKERY, FRED A., Phil Campbell, Commerce and Business Administrationg Beta Alpha Phi . . . VILLADEEN, W. WVAYNE, IR., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences. Row Six: VILLAFAUA, DAVID5 Tuscaloosa, Chemistryg Co-Chair- man Internation Weekg I.S.A., American Institute of Chemical Engi- neers, American Chemical Society . . . VINES, SARA ELIZABETH, Birminghamg Educationg Phi Mug Mortar Board, Senior Representative to AWSQ Kappa Delta Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pig Chi Delta Phi, Alpha Lambda Deltag A.A.U.W .... VOLLY, IAMES CHESTER, JR., Blounts- villeg Engineering, A.I.C.H.E.g A.l.A.A ..., WADDELL, IANICEg Chatomg Education, Band. Row Seven: YVAITE, DIMPLE ELIZABETH, Tuscaloosa, Educa- tiong Phi Mug Cheer Leader, SGA Senate, Senior Council, Treasurer, Vice-President YVVCA . . . VVAITES, JAMES, Birmingham, Arts and Sciencesg Zeta Tau Alpha . . . WAITT, MALCOLM G., IR.g Mont gomeryg Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chig Scabbard and Blade Vice-Presi- dentg Crimson Guard Commander . . . WALKER, JAMES PRESTON Gaclsdeng Arts and Sciences. Row Eight: WALL, WVILLIAM JOSEPH, IR., Mobile, Arts and Sci eneesg Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . WALLACE, SANDRA ANNg An dalusiag Chemistry . . . WVALTERS, RUTH ANNE, Fairhopeg Chemis tryg Treasurer A.C.S .... VVALTON, KAREN, Birmingham, Educa tion, Phi Mug Triangleg Spirit, Did you ever have the feeling you were being followed? J 3 Row One: WALTHALL, MELAINE, Prattville, Arts and Sciencesg President of AAUNV, Vice-President Kappa Delta . . . XVARD, EU- GENE CHARLES, JR., Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . XVARD, VVILLIAM M., IR., Bessemer, Engineering . . . XVARE, MARY AU- GUSTA, Homewood, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . IVAR- REN, VVILLIAM R., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, President Sigma Phi Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Off Campus SGA Repre- sentative, Chairman Academic Affairs Committee, Vice-President Wes- ley Foundation, Deans List . . . VVATERS, IAN, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . WATSEN, CARROLL L., Lin- coln, Arts and Sciences, Counter Guerilla Company, Officers Club . . . NVEAVER, IUDYQ Robins A.F.B., Georgia, Education, Chi Ome- ga . . . YVEAVER, THURMAN CRAIG, Anniston, Arts and Sci- ences . . . WEBB, MARY, Spanish Fort, Arts and Sciences . . NVEBB, M. STEWART, Demopolis, Commerce and Business Administration, How? You just fly up. Alpha Tau Omega, Greek XVeek Committee . . . XVEBB, REX LIVING- STON, IR., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Two: XVEBBER, YVAYNE, Peterson, Education . . . WVEEKS, JANICE REBECCA, Cullman, Education . . . XVEEKS, IO ANN, Flor- ence, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . XVEEKS, KARL, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . VVEINSTEIN, ALAN, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi, Marketing Club . . . WEIN- STEIN, L. STEVE, Iasper, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . XVELLS, DOROTHY IANE, Ozark, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . VVESTBROOK, NVILLIAM MARSHALL, IR., Dalton, Georgia: Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi, AF Cadet Of- ficers Club, Arnold Air Society . . . WHATLEY, ANSLEY, Dothan, Arts and Sciences . . . WHEELER, BRENDA, Childersburg, Arts and Sciences . '. . WVHEELER, ROBERT H., Winfield, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, SAM, A.S.T.D .... VVHIPPLE, RICHARD A., Fay- ette, Arts and Sciences. Row Three: VVHITE, CAROL ANNE, Dothan, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega, Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . WVHITE, EUGENE, Tus- caloosa, Engineering . . . WHITE, FREDDA GAY, Mobile, Education . . . VVHITE, JAMES BRANTLEY, Daleville, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . WHITE, ROBERT B., Carbon Hill, Commerce and Business Administration . . . YVHITE, XVEN- DELL, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration . . . VVHIT- NEY, VVILLIAM R., Penns Grove, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences . . . VVHITEHEAD, LOUIE F., IR., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences SENIORS . . . WHITFIELD, BETTY, Montgomery, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . WHITFIELD, FRED S., Demopolis, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta, Delta Sigma Pi . . . WHIT- TAKER, JIMMY H., Panama City, Florida, Commerce and Business Admmistration, Marketing Club . . . VVHITTINGTON, PEGGY, Tus- caloosa, Education, Phi Mu. How Four: WVIESEMAN, BILL J., Talladega, Education, Theta Xi, Student Coach . . . WIGGINS, SARAH ANNE, Andalusia, Chemistry, Pasteur Society, President School of Chemistry . . . WILBANKS, AVRIL VICTORIA, Gadsden, Education . . . VVILBOURN, MACON, Tusca- loosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WILEY, SUSAN, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, Mortar Board, Pi Kappa Lambda, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Kappa Delta, Pi Tau Chi, Wesley Foundation . . . WILKERSON, ANNA MARSHALL, Tus- caloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . VVILKINSON, MARILYN S., Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Chi Delta Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Beta Kappa . . . WILLIAMS, ADELENE STEED, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . WILLIAMS, BARBARA FAULK, Birmingham, Educa- tion, Chi Omega, Alpha Beta Alpha , . . WILLIAMS, BRENDA, Tus- caloosa, Education, Alpha Chi Omega, A.A.U.S., Spirit ,. . . WIL- LIAMS, JAMES E., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . WILLIAMS, JAMES L., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Sigma Pi. Row Fioe: WILLIAMS, JAMES S., Montgomery, Engineering, A.S. M.E ,... WILLIAMS, MARTIN, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . VVILLIAMS, NEIL W., Bessemer, Arts and Sciences . . . WILLIAMS, ROSEMARY, Prattville, Education, Kappa Delta. How Six: WILLIAMSON, DAN, Birmingham, Band, CVV, ROTC . . . VVILLIAMSON, DOROTHY, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . WILLS, MIRIAM, Fort Payne, Arts and Sci- ences, B.S.U., Spirit, Residence Hall Counselor . . . WILSON, FRAN- CES, Cropwell, Education, Majors Club, Representative to Intramural Sports, Swan Club. Row Seven: WILSON, JAMES LARRY, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, A.I.M.E .... VVILSON, JAMES LAWVRENCE, Lanett, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club, SAM , . . WILSON, JAMES PHILLIPg Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Chi Phi . . . YVILSON, JOSEPH FREDRIC, Lanett, Education, Band, Alabama Cavaliers. Row Eight: VVILSON, PATRICIA JEAN, Tuscaloosa, Home Econo- mics, Phi Chi Theta, Agnes Ellen Harris . . . WVILSON, SANDRA KAY, Sierra Macha, California, Education, Vice-President of Dorm, Vice-President Senior Council, Chairman Food Service Committee . . . WINTERS, SARA CAROLYN, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, N.C.A.S .,.. WOLCOTT, ROBERT BILL, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Counter Guerrilla Company. Page 'I67 SENIORS How One: WOLFE, JAMES: Birminghamg Arts and Sciences: Fresh- man History Award: Crimson Cuard: Counter Guerrilla Companyg Vice-President Army R.O.A.g Dorm President . . . VVONC, E. ANCELLAg Jamaica, WVest Indiag Home Economics: I.S.A5 Agnes El- len Harrisg Coed Committee . . . VVOOD, CHARLES KENNETHg Titus: Engineeringg Pi Kappa Phi . . . XNOOD, SYLVIA5 Tuscaloosa: Education: Delta Zeta. Row Two: VVOODFIN, CORALIE CREENg Selma: Educationg Kappa Delta . . . VJOODHAM, DIANNE B.: Abbeville: Arts and Sciences: Theta Sigma Phig Press Club . . . VVOOLF, LEE: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences: Phi Kappa Psi . . . VVORKMAN, RONALD B.: Decatur: Chemistry: Phi Eta Sigmag Alpha Epsilon Deltag Deans List: Phi Beta Kappa. Row Three: VVRICHT, FRANK D., JR.g Springvilleg Arts and Sciences . . . WRIGHT, JAMES REX. JR.: Cuing Education: Delta Chig President Delta Chi . . . VVRICHT, THOMAS: Springvilleg Arts and Sciences . . . VVYNN, JOHN R.: Huntsvilleg Commerce and Busi- ness Administration: Theta Chi. How Four: YARBROUGH, CURTIS F., JR.: Montgomery: Com- merce and Business Administrationg Alpha Tau Omega: Secretary Alpha Tau Omega: Scabbard and Blade: Druids . . . YARBROUCH, MARY COODLOEg Eutawg Arts and Sciences: Chi Omega: Chi Delta Phi: Panhellenic: Vice-President Chi Omega . . . YARBROUCH RUBERT H.: Tuscaloosag Engineering . . . YATES, ANITAQ Tuscaloosa: Educa- tion. Row Five: YATES, RAYMOND RODNEYQ Tuscaloosa: Engineeringg Theta Tang A.I.I.E.: Engineers Executive Council . . . YATES, XVII..- LIAM T.g Birmingham: Arts and Sciencesg House Committee on Student Activities: Treasurer Conservative Club: Secretary-Treasurer Sigma Pi Sigmag Pi Mu Epsilon: Young Republicans: Chess Club: Amateur Radio Club . . . YEUELL, JANEg Andalusia: Education: Zeta Tau Alpha . . . YOUNC, JOHN XVILLIAM5 Tate, Ceorgiag Engineeringg A.A.M.E. Row Six: YOUNCSON, MARTHA: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences: Delta Zeta: University Playersg Alpha Xi Omega: Alpha Lambda Deltag Chi Delta Phi: Secretary University Players . . . YUDELSON, CAROL: Birmingham: Education: Alpha Epsilon Phig Mortar Board: Kappa Delta Epsilong Spirit . . . YUTMEYER, JUDY: Montgomeiivg Arts and Sciencesg Alpha Delta Pig Triangle: Summer Judiciary Council . . . ZIECLER, RUPERT LEONARD: Tuscaloosa: Education. Row Seven: ZIEMAN, ROSEMARYQ Mobile: Arts and Sciences: Delta Delta Delta: President of Panhellenicg Chi Delta Phi: Triangle: Social Chairman of Delta Delta Delta . . . ZIVITZ, MELVIN M.: Birmingham: Commerce and Business Administration: Phi Epsilon Pi. Page 168 N D ER RA A T E ' W E F UNDERGRADUATES Row One: ABBOTT, CAROL, CFLJ, Jacksonville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . ABELE, JOHN F., CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . ABERCROMBIE, ANNA M., fSoph.J, Bimiingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . ABRAMS, CHAR- LES I., CJr.J, Brookhaven, Mississippi, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . ABRAMS, SYLVIA, QFr.J, Brook- haven, Mississippi, Home Economics, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . ABRAMS, THERESA, fJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . ABRAMS, MAX, fFr.J, Shelby, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . ACKER, WVIL- LIAM C., fFr.J, York, Arts and Sciences . . . ACUFF, JR., FRED M., CFr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ADAMS, ANDREW H., CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi. Row Two: ADAMS, CARY, CJr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . ADAMS DON, CJr.J, Pass Christian, Mississippi, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . ADAMS, DONALD R., CFr.J, Virginia Beach, Virginia, Engineering . . . ADAMS, JAMES R., CFLJ, Northport, Aits and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . ADAMS, JENNIE, fFr.J, Northport, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . ADAMS, JOE N., CJr.J, Ozark, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . ADAMS, LUCIA, CFr.J, Orlando, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . ADAMS, MICHAEL PALMER, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . ADAMS, PAT- IRCIA ANN, CFLJ, Carrolton, Home Economics, Delta Gamma . . . ADAMS, JR., WILLIAM T., CJr.J, Birmingham, Engineering. Row Three: ADAMS, JR., WVILLIE R., fJr.J, Bimiingham, Education . . . ADCOCK, SANDRA RUTH, CJr.j, Foley, Education . . . ADDERHOLD, THOMAS C., CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . ADDY, XVILLIAM ALTON, fJr.J, Foley, Arts and Sciences . . . ADKINS, BILLIE, CFLJ, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . ADKINS, DAVID, CFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . ADKINSON, KENNETH, CSoph.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences . . . ACEE, HENRY M., lJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . AKENS, NED RANDY, CSoph.J, Cl-encoe, Engineering . . . AKRIDCE, LINDA JO, fJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Phi Mu. Row Four: ALBRIGHT, JR., CARL W., CJr.J, Tucaloosa, Engineer- ing, Alpha Tau Omega . . . ALBRICHT, JAMES B., CFLJ, North- port, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ALBRICHT, SUSAN CAROL, QSoph.J, Gadsden, Education . . . ALBRITTON, LEE Mc- CONNICE, CJr.J, Camden, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . ALDERDICE, JAMES, CFr.J, Hamburg, New York, Engineering . . . ALEXANDER, BRENDA, CSoph.J, Reform, Arts and Sciences . . . ALEXANDER, CLAUDIA, fSoph.J, Carrollton, Education, Phi Mu . . . ALEXANDER, FAYE, CFLJ, Florence, Aits and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . ALEXANDER, CLIDA MYRA, CFr.J, Hueytown, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Xi Delta . . . ALEXANDER, JAMES D., fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences. Row Five: ALEXANDER, JON R., CJr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ALEXANDER, LUKE, CSoph.J, Rus- sellville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ALEXANDER, WYNNE, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . ALFORD, JR., JIMMY, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Commerc-e and Busi- ness Administration, Chi Phi . . . ALLDREDCE, JERRY J., CJr.J, Ashville, Education . . . ALLEN, CHARLES W., fSoph.J, Eufaula, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . ALLEN, CHRIS, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . ALLEN, ELIZABETH KAY, CJr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Phi Mu . . . ALLEN, JERALD T., CJr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ALLEN, SYLVIA, fJr.D, Sheffield, Education. Row Six: ALLEN, WILLIAM, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . ALLEN, WILLIAM W., QFr.J, Enterprise, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . ALLENBERC, MIMI, CSoph.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . ALLISON, CARY LEE, CJr.J, Birmingham, Chemistry . . . 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ALVERSON, KEITH R.: CFLJ, Red Bay, Engineering, Chi Phi. Row Seven: AMBRESTER, MARY D., CSoph.J, Section, Education . . . AMBROSE, RICHARD, CSoph.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences . . . AMENDA, JOANN, QFr.J, Ozark, Education . . . AMES, ORRIN K., CJr.J, Sheffield, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . ANDERS, CHARLES LARRY, tJr.j, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ANDERS, JOE D., CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . ANDERS, RICHARD RODGER, CFr.J, Nortnport, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ANDERS, THERON E., CSoph.J, Danville, A1'ts and Sciences . . . ANDERSON, III, A. C., QSoph.J, Jackson, Arts and Sciences . ANDERSON, LAURA JEAN, QFr.J, Dothan, Home Economics. Row Eight: ANDERSON, MARY ANN, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Ailis and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . ANDERSON, PAT, tFr.J, Decatur, Nurs- ing, Delta Zeta . . . ANDERSON, ROBERT C., Cl"r.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . ANDERSON, WAYNE, tSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . ANDREWS, DON, CJr.J, Dora, Engineering . . . ANDREWS, ROY G., CJr.J, Biloxi, Mississippi, Engineering . . . ANDRZEJEVVSKI, RICHARD, CJr.J, Buff- alo, New York, Education . . . ANGER, PENNIFRED, CSoph.J, Atlanta, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . ANRRICH, RAFAEL, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . ANTHONY, JUDITH ANNE, CSoph.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta. Row Nine: ANTHONY, KENNETH C., CJr.J, Glen Allen, Arts and Sciences . . . AREY, JANET, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . ARMSTRONG, JEAN, QJr,J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . ARMSTRONG, JOHN YVAYNE, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . ARMSTRONG, LARRY E., tJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sig- ma . . . ARMSTRONG, LINDA, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . ARMSTRONG, MYERS, CFr.J, Foley, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM PRICE, CSoph.J, Ramey Air Force Base, Puerto Rico, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi , . . ARNOLD, BEATRICE BLYTHE, CFr.J, Nashville, Ten- nessee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . ARNOLD, GEORGE G., CFLJ, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Admin- istration. Row Ten: ARNOLD, JOHNNY, CFLJ, Russellville, Comme1'ce and Business Administration . . . ASHBAUGH, DOROTHY, CFLJ, Cox's Creek, Kentucky, Nursing . . . ASHBEE, JAMES ERSKINE, CFr.l, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . ASHLEY, CONNIE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Chi Omega . . . ASHURST, MICHELE ANN, CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . ASKEXV, JR., JAMES COOPER, QI-7'r.j, Alexander City, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ATCHI- SON, GATHY, CFLJ, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . ATKEISON, CAROLYN, CFr.J, Demopolis, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . ATKINS, JOHN K., fJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . ATKINSON, GENE, fJr.J, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration. John the Bc1ptistSyndrome. UNDERGRADUATES Row One: ATKINSON, MICHAEL H., CSoph.D, Piedmont, Engi- neering . . . ATTAXVRY, RICHARD, QJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci- ences, Sigma Chi . . . AUERBACH, PHIL, CJr.D, Lexington, Missis- sippi, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . AUS- MAN, JR., ROBERT I., iFr.D, Bessemer, Chemistry . . . AUSTIN, ANNE, CFLJ, Moundville, Education . . . AUSTIN, STEWART C., CJr.D, Memphis, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . AXEL, BERNARD, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . BAATH, 'NVERNER S., iJr.l, Huntsville, Engineering, Theta Chi . . . BABCOCK, DARLENE B., fFr.J, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BABIN, BETSY, iFr.D, Mobile: Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta. Row Two: BACCUS, PATTIE, CFr.D, 'Winfield, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . BACI-IMANN, TIM, QFr.J, Cullman, Arts and Sciences . . . BACON, ELIZABETH LOUISE, iJr.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BAEDER, CLELLEN, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . BACBY, CHARLES POVVELL, iSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . BACLEY, BRENDA CAIL, fSoph.j, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BAILES, XVARREN LEACH, CSoph.l, Birmingham, Education, Kappa Delta . . . BAILEY, JR., JACK L., CJr.J, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BAILEY, JIMMY B., CSoph.l, Russell- ville, Engineering . . . BAILEY, LARRY, fFr.Q, Russellville, Engi- neermg. Row Three: BAILEY, RITA FAYE, CSoph.J, Binningham, Arts and Sciences . . . BAIN, TOM, CJr.J, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . BAIRD, JAMES O., CJr.D, Sumiton, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BAKER, ANITA CAROL, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . BAKER, BRENDA, CSoph.D, Albertville, Nursing, Phi Nlu . . . BAKER, EDDY XVADE, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . BAKER, CEORCE, CJr.J, Hunts- ville, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . BAKER, III, J. K., fFr.J, Aberdeen, Mississippi, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . BAKER, LARRY, CJr.l, Montgomery, Com- merce and Business Administration, Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . BAKER, LINDA, fSoph.j, Ruleville, Mississippi, Education. Row Four: BAKER, PATTI, fFr.l, Cadsden, Education, Delta Zeta . . . BAKER, SUSAN, CJr.J, Natchez, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau . . . BALCH, ROBERT I., CJr.J, Sheffield, Engineer- ing . . . BALDONE, JAMES C., CJr.j, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . BALDONE, JR., SAMUEL CHARLES, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . BALDVVIN, MICHAEL S., CSoph.l, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . BANTON, III, HOVVARD STAN- SELL, CFr.l, Union Springs, Arts and Sciences . . . BARBER, JR., JOE C., CJr.J, Talladega, Arts and Sciences . . . BARBER, PATRICE, CFr.J, River Edge, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences . . . BAREFIELD, JR., J. FRANK, QFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi. Row Five: BARELERE, JOSEPH E., CSoph.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . BARKER, MARTHA ANN, iJr.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences . . . BARKLEY, TOMMY R., CFr.D, Albertville, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . BARNETT, DAVID L., CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . BARNETT, LUCKY L., CJr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . BARNES, F. JUDY, CJr.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . BARNES, TOMMY, fJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . BARNES, LINDA, CSoph.j, Northport, Arts and Sciences . . . BARNES, LIZ, QFLJ, Scottsboro, Home Economics, Phi Mu . . . BARNES, SUSAN, CSoph.l, Albertville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Cam- nra-De ta. Row Six: BARNETT, MISTY, fJr.J, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . BARNETT, ROBERT P., CFr.l, Talladega, Engi- neering . . . BARNHILL, DAVIS A., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BARNHILL, DORIS CELL, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . BARNHILL, JR., FRED E., CFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . BARNIDCE, LESLIE KAY, CFr.J, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BARRETT, JR. JULIEUS VVILLIAM, CJr.J, Calera, Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . BARRON, CHARLES H., CFr.J, Chickasaw, Engineering . . . BAR- Page 172 RINGER, MARGARET ANN, CFLJ, Coker, Education . . , BARTHO- LOMEW, LILLIAN VICKY, CSoph.J, XVinfield, Home Economics. Row Seven: BARTON, BARBARA JEAN, tJr.J, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . BARTON, JENNIFER S,, CSoph.J' Columbus, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . BARTON JR., VVILSON P., CSoph.J, Germantown, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . BASSALALI, NORMAN H., CJr.D, Tusca- loosa, Engineering . . . BASSETT, JOE, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . BASSETT, HOVVARD, CFr.Dg Tusca- loosa, Arts and Sciences . . . BASTON, ELLEN ANN, CSoph.J, Mobile, Education, Delta Delta Delta , . , BATCHELER, ROBERT MICHAEL, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega . . . BATES, BETTE, CFr.D, Northport, Nursing . . . BATES, CURTIS L., CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi. i a v Row Eight: BATES, JR., JAMES PAUL, fFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . BATES, JR., MILTON HUGHES, fS0ph.j, Trussville, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . BATSON, ADIN R., fFr.J, Arlington, Virginia, Arts and Sciences . . . BATSON, JR., VVALTER, ULD, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . BATTLES, JAMES W., fJr.j, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BATTLES, RANDY, CF'r.J, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, Arts and Sciences . . . BAXEN- DALE, DENNIS, CJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . BAYER, HARRY, CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . BEACKLE, ROBERT, CFr.J, Binningham, Arts and Sciences . . . BEAL, JUDITH A., CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences. Row Nine: BEARD, CHARLOTTE, fJ1'.J, Gadsden, Arts :md Sci- ences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . BEARDEN, ROMOLA, CSoph.J, Tusca- loosa, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . BEARDEN, SANDY, CFLJ, Gadsden, Nursing . . . BEASLEY, MARY, fSoph.J, Albertville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BEASLEY, JR., WILSON C., CJr.J, Bay Minette, Arts and Sciences . . . BEASON, JR., GEORGE, QSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BEA- SON, ROBERT O., CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . BEASON, ROY PRESTON, CFr.J, Gadsden, Education, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . BECK, THOMAS J., CSoph.J, Mobile, Engi- neering, Acacia . . . BEDFORD, MARILYN, CSoph,J, Mobile, Edu- cation, Zeta Tau Alpha. How Ten: BEDGOOD, CHARLES H., CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . BEDSOLE, JAMES G., CFr.J, Jackson, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . BELCHER, BETTY, CFr.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Al- pha Delta Pi . . . BELL, JR., BILL M., fFr.j, Pell City, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . BELL, BONNIE, tFr.j, Arlington, Virginia, Arts and Sciences . . . BELLAMY, NANCY, QFr.J, Gadsden, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BELLENGER, CHERIE, CSoph.J, Gadsden, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . .-BIELLENGER, DANNY, fFr.J, Cleveland, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BELLEWV, JANIS, fSoph.J, Oneonta, Education, Phi Mu . . . BELL- SNYDER, ANN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega. "Suove Charlie" andthe gong working out. 5. UNDERGRADUATES Row One: BENEFIELD, BRUCE D., QFr.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . BENERATE, JACK E., CFr.J, Oxford, Arts and Sciences . . . BENJAMIN, BETTE LEE, CFr.J, Montgomery, Nursing . . . BONNER, DAVID SCOTT, CFr.J, Reform, Engineering . . . BENNERS, II, THOMAS R., CJr.J, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . BENNETT, KAREN, fFr.J, Andalusia, Chemistry . . . BENNETT, SANDRA, CSoph.J, Hartselle, Education . . . BENNETT, SHIRLEY, CPr.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Alpha Chi Omega . . . BENSON, BET- TINA LYNNE, CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . BENSON, JOEL, CFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering. Row Two: BENTON, MARGARET BURKE, CJLJ, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . BERGER, STEVEN R., CSoph.J, Miami Beach, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Epsilon Pi . , . BORGHESE, LOUIS A., CJr.J, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . BERGMAN, RACHEL ANN, CFr.J, Aberdeen, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Esilon Phi . . . BERLAND, JAMES, CFr.J, Bnnnnghfnn, Engineer-ing . . . BERLAND, VVILLIAM E., fJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . BERNDT, MICHAEL C., CFr.J, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . BERRY, DANIEL RAY, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Education . . . BER- RY, JUDITH ANN, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . BERRY, LUCINDA, CFLJ, Montgomery, Education, Kappa Delta. Row Three: BERRY, PHILIP DALE, CFr.J, Ayer, lvfassachuset- tes, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . BERRY, SUSAN, fSoph.J, Selma, Arts and Sciences . . . BERRY, XNAYNE A., CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . BERTELLA, AN- TOINETTE, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . BESANT, LOUISE, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . BOTELER, JAMES, C1-7'r.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BE- THEA, BRENDA, CSoph.J, Elomaton, Education . . . BICANEK, JR., GEORGE, CSoph.J, Andalusia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BICKLEY, GRAY, CJr.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . BIGBEE, STEVE, CJr.J, Tuscumhia, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Four: BILSTEIN, TERESA MARIE, CJr.J, Florence, Arts and Sciences . . . BINGI-IAM, J. MICHAEL, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Com- merce and Business Administration, Chi Phi . . . BIRCI-IFIELD, CLAIRE LUCILE, tJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . BIRCHFIELD, NANCY NEAL, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Education, Phi Mu . . . BISHOP, JEAN C., fSoph.J, Mobile, Education . . . BISHOP, JOAN MARIE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Chemistry, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BISHOP, JR., JOHN VV., CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . BISHOP, ROSEMARY, CFLJ, Birmingham, Nursing, Delta Zeta . . , BITTERMAN, FRITZ, CJr.J, Ozark, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Siglitl . . . BITTNER, E. DAN, CJr.J, Ozark, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma. Row Five: BIXLER, PAUL E., QJr.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . BIXLER, VVALTER GAILLARD, QFr.J, Mo- bile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . BLACI-I, ROSALIE, QSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Sigma Delta Tau . . . BLACK, JAMES H., CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . BLACK, SARAH F., CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . BLACK, VVILLIAM T., CFr.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . BLACKLEDGE, JANICE E., CSoph.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . BLACKMAN, JR., TALMADGE H., CJr.J, Pensacola, Flori- da, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . BLACK- MARR, VIRGINIA, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sci-ences, Delta Delta Del- ta . . . BLACKMON, IVERSON B., CJr.J, Euiaula, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta. Row Six: BLACKMON, JACK E., CFr.J, Ozark, Arts and Sciences . . . BLACKSTON, JOE RONALD, CSoph,J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . BLACKWELL, L. B., CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . BLACKWELL, LINDA, CJr.J, Scottsboro, Home Economics, Delta znrn . . . BLACKXVELL, VIRGINIA LYNN, qsnpnp, Meridian, Mis- sissippi, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . BLAIR, BILLIE, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci-ences . . . BLAKE, GARY, CFr.J, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BLAKE, FRANCINE, CFr.J, Miami Beach, Flordia, Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . BLAK- NEY, PHYLLIS ANN, CFLJ, Reform, Chemistry . . . BLAKNEY, Page 174 BILLY: tSoph.D: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business Administration Sigma Nu. , Row Seven: BLAKNY, CAROL: ULD: Reform: Arts and Sciences . . . BLALOCK, DWIGHT E.: ULD: Hanceville: Commerce and Business Administration . . . BLALOCK, RENEE: lFr.D: Selma: Arts and Sci- ences: Chi Omega . . . BLANCHETTE, VERNON G.: CFr.J: Hunts- ville: Arts and Sciences . . . BLAND, ROBERT: ULD: Hanceville: Commerce and Business Administration . . . BLANKENSOPP, DIANE H., Um, Carbon Hill: Education . . , BLATCHFORD, SUSAN: CFr.j: Huntsville: Nursing . . . BLATZER, BRUCE: fFr.J: Birmingham: En- gineering: Zeta Beta Tau . . . BLAXTON, ELDON C.: QFLD: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences . . . BLOCK, ROBERT W.: ULD: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences: Sigma Phi Epsilon. How Eight: BLOCK: IR., SAM: CSoph.j: Memphis, Tennessee: Com- merce and Business Administration: Zeta Beta Tau . . . BLOTNER, SHIRLEY: fSoph.D: New Orleans, Louisiana: Home Economics . . . BLOMSTRAN, CARL A.: fSoph.Q: Birmingham: Engineering: Chi Phi . . . BLONDHEIM, ELIZABETH B.: CSoph.j: Eufaula: Education: Al- pha Gamma Delta . . . BLOOM, III, SIGMUND E.: CSoph.l: Eufaula: Commerce and Business Administration . . . BLUMBERG, LARRY GRAHAM: ULD: Dothan: Arts and Sciences: Zeta Beta Tau . . . BLUMENFELD, ALAN MICHAEL: CSoph.j: South Miami, Florida: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . BLUNKER, MILTON ALAN' 2 CSoph.l: Florence: Arts and Sciences . . . BLYTHE, GREGG: fSoph.D: r Tuscaloosa: Education: Phi Delta Theta . . . BOBB, JOYCE: CF J' Fayette: Education: Delta Gamma. 9 Row Nine: BOBBITT, BILLY T.: CSoph.j: Sylacauga: Engineering: Delta Tau Delta . . . BOCKEL, DAVID ROBERT: ULD: Jacksonville: Florida: Commerce and Business Administration: Zeta Beta Tau . . . BODNER, ALLEN: CFr.D: Heflin: Arts and Sci-ences: Phi Epsilon Pi . . . BOLIN, SUSAN: CFr.D: Birmingham: Chemistry . . . BOLTON, CONDRA DREW: ULD: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences . . . BOMAN, LORETTA: fFr.J: Hueytown: Arts and Sciences . . . BOMAR, LENN: ULD: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . BON- NECARRERE, CHERYL: CFLQ: Birmingham: Home Economics: Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BONNER, ANGELA: CFr.D: jasper: Commerce and Business Administration . . . BONNER, IAMES L.: CSoph.D: Camden: Arts and Sciences: Theta Chi. Row Ten: BONNER, SHARRON: CFLD: Birmingham: Commerce and Business Administration . . . BOOGKHOLDT, NANCY CHERYL: CFr.D: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences . . . BOOTH: CAROLE A.: CSoph.J: Hanceville: Education . . . BOOTH, JEAN: iFr.j: Gadsden: Home Economics . . . BOOTH, JOYCE: CFLD: Tuscaloosa: Education . . . BOOTH, KAREN: iSoph.D: Torrance, California: Horne Economics . . . BOOZER, KAREN P.: CFr.Dg Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business Administration . . . BOOZER, WILLIAM: CFr.j: Anniston: Engineer- ing: Phi Kappa Psi . . . BORDEN, BARBARA: ULD: Birmingham: Education . . . BOREN, GLENN EDWIN: ULD: Birmingham: Chemistry: Sigma Chi. It unscrews-. UNDERGRADUATES How One: BORNSTEIN, FREDI LOUISE: CJr.J: Birmingham: Edu- cation: Sigma Delta Tau . . . BOSTVVICK, JEAN E.: fSoph.J: Mont- gomery: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Kappa Gamma , . . BOSWELL, CHARLES: CFr.J: Mountain Brook: Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . BOSVVELL, Don B.: CFr.J: Elba: Commerce and Busi- ness Administration: Pi Kappa Phi . . . BOSYVELL, JON K.: CFLJ: Elba: Arts and Sciences: Pi Kappa Phi . . . BOTTS, LINDA CAROLYN: tFr.J: De Kalb, Mississippi: Home Economics . . . BOUNDS, HASSELL C.: CSoph.J: Jackson: Engineering: Pi Kappa Phi . . . BOUTWELL, JUDY: QFLJ: Bayou La Batre: Chemistry . . . BOVARD, JOHN M.: fSoph.J: Coral Gables, Florida: Commerce and Business Administration . . . BOVVERS, BILL: CJr.J: Hayden: Commerce and Business Administra- tion. Row Two: BOWLES, JERRELLQ CSoph.J: Banlcston: Engineering . . . BOWLIN, RONALD L.: CFr.J: Pell City: Engineering: Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . BOWMAN, NELL: CFr.J: Montgomery: Nursing . . . BOX, SPARKY: CFLJ: Sheffield: Arts and Sciences: Pi Kappa Alpha . . . BOYCHUCK, RUSS CFLJ: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences . . . BOYD, CLARENCE PIERCE: CFr.J: Emelle: Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega . . . BOYD, RICHARD R.: fSoph.J: Huntsville: Engineering . . . BOYD, RONALD: CFLD: Greenville: Arts and Sciences . . . BOYD, WILLIAM LAKIN: fFr.J: Athens: Arts and Sciences . . . BOYLES, DEXINE: CSoph.J: Brent: Home Economics. Row Three: BRACEY, JUDY: CFLJ: Huntsville: Hom-e Economics: Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BRACKIN, JR., WILLIAM BRYAN: CJr.J: Dothan: Chemistry . . . BRADFORK, CHARLOTTE: CJr.J: Uniontown: Education: Kappa Delta . . . BRADFORD, LINDA: CFr.J: Huntsville: Home Economics . . . BRADFORD, PAULA C.: CSoph.J: Arab: Home Economics . . . BRADLEY, JR., CLAUDE S.: CJr.J: Collinsville: Arts and Sciences . . . BRADY, BILL: QSoph.Q: Lanett: Commerce and Business Administration . . . BRAGAN, JR., LOUIE F.: CFr.J: Dothan: Arts and Sciences: Theta Chi . . . BRANCH, CLIFFORD LANIER: fJr.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business Administration: Sigma Alpha Epsilon BRAND CHARLES VVAYNE C : Bir- U 4 1 .4 , . . . , 4: mingham: Engineering. Row Four: BRANNON, JULIAN LINN: fJr.J: Arab: Commerce and Business Administration . . . BRANNON, MARTHA: fJr.J: Birming- ham: Arts and Sciences . . . BRANTLEY, ANITA L.: CFr.J: X1Vhistler: Commerce and Business Administration . . . BRANTLEY, LYNN: CFr.J: Troy: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . BRAS- FIELD, DANA: CFLJ: Sumiton: Chemistry . . . BRASFIELD, MAR- GARET: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education . . . BRASFIELD, NANCY: CJr.J: Demopolis: Education: Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BRASHER, JOE PROPST: fSoph.J: Fayette: Education . . . BRASHER, ROBERT E.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business Administration . . . BRAS- WELL, ADELAIDE: CSoph.J: Demopolis: Arts and Sciences: Kappa De ta. Row Five: BRASYVELL, CATHERINE: CFLJ: Demopolisg Home Ec- onomics: Kappa Delta . . . BRASWELL, JR., CRUSE: CJr.J: Demopolis: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Tau Omega . . . BRASWELL, JOSEPH EDVVARD: CSoph.J: Tuskegee: Arts and Sciences . . . BRATCHER, KAREN MARIA: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Del- ta Pi . . . BRATCHER, LINDA: CFr.J: VVarrior: Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . BRAZELTON, MARY JO: CFr.J: Madison: Aits and Sciences: Alpha Chi Omega . . . BREITLING, BARBARA: fSoph.Q: Hampton: Education . . . BROCK, KENNETH: QJr.D: Bir- mingham: Commerce and Business Administration: Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . BRECKENRIDGE, JR., JOHN MCNEEL: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business Administration: Delta Chi . . . BRELAND, JANICE ANNITA: CFr.J: Section: Arts and Sciences. Row Six: BRESSLER, BARBARA ANN: fFr.J: Birmingham: Edu- cation: Delta Phi Epsilon . . . BRETTEL, JR., CHARLES W.: QFLJ: Mobile: Commerce and Business Administration: Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . BREWER, BILLY ROY: CFr.D: Birmingham: Commerce and Business Administration . . . BREWER, GLENDA: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences: Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BREWER, STEPHEN J.: CJr.J: Fort Payne: Arts and Sciences . . . BRICE, BEVERLY BROCK: CSoph.Jg Birmingham: Education: Delta Gamma, . . BRICE, JAMES WALTER: CJr.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business Administration . . . BRICE, JANET: CSoph.J: Oneonta: Arts and -fjcfivences . . . BRIDGES, JR., JAMES -Jir- Page 176 EDWARD, CFr.J, Catherine, Chemistry . . . BRIDGERS, MYRIAL' CFr. D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha. 9 Row Seocn: BRIGGS, M. CLIFTON: ilnl, Brewton, Engineering, Theta Chi . . . BRIGHTVVELL, JR., CHARLES P., CSOph.J, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . BRINSON, RICHARD, fFr.l, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Ep- silon . . . BRITTON, EVELYN, fJr.J, Montgomery, Education, Kappa Delta . . . BRITTAIN, JR., JOSEPH PAUL, tFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Engi- neering . . . BROADUS, SHARON, CFr.l, Northport, Education . . . BROADWAY, C. DAVIS, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . BROCK, GORDON STAN- LEY, CSoph.l, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi . . . BROCK, VICKI, CJr.l, Birmingham, Home Econo- mics, Phi Mu . . . BROGDON, SHELIA, CJr.D, Gadsden, Home Eco- nomics, Phi Mu. Row Eight: BROADFOOT, WILLIAM VV., CJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . BROOKER, JR., NORTON, fJr.D, Mont- gomery, Arts and' Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . BROOKS, BARBARA K., CSoph.J, Hollywood, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BROOKS, JR., J. R., CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . BROOKS, LINDA CAROL, fSoph.D, Fairfield, Chemistry, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BROOKS, NANCY C., CFr.l, Meridianville, Education . . . BROOKE, II, ROBERT T., CFr.j, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . BROOKS, SARAH JEAN, CFr.D, Sheffield, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . BROOME, BARBARA, CFr.l, Nashville, Tennessee, Nursing, Chi Omega . . . BROSS, JOSEPH C., CSoph.l, Columbus, Georgia, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. Row Nine: BROWVDER, RALPH T., CSoph.l, McKenzie, Engineer- ing . . . BROWVN, JR., ANSLEY G., fFr.j, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . BROWN, ARTHUR, CFr.J, Sheffield, Arts and Sciences . . . BROWN, BRENDA FAYE, CJr.l, Birmingham, Chemistry . . . BROWN, CLIFTON LEDYARD, CJr.j, Magnolia Springs, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Phi . . . BROWN, DANNY J., CFr.l, Decatur, Engineering . . . BROVVN, III FREDERICK JAMES, CFr.J, Smyrna, Georgia, Engineering, Delta Chi . . . BROWN, JENNIFER, CFLD, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . BROVVN, JOHN F., CSoph.l, Guntersville, Arts and Sciences . . . BROYVN, KENNETH RICHARD, fF1'.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi. Row Ten: BROWN, LINDA FRANCES, fSoph.J, Mobile, Com- merce and Business Administration, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BROWN, MAR- GENE, fSoph.D, Griffin, Georgia, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BROVVN, MARY ELIZABETH, fF1'.J, Greenville, Education . . . BROWN, MELBA ADONA, CSoph.l, Laurel, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . BROXVN, JR., ROBERT L., CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Engi- neering . . . BROVVN, ROBERT L., CSoph.l, Orriville, Engineering . . . BROVVN, RONALD CHESLEY, CJr.l, Jasper, Engineering, Sig- ma Nu . . . BROVVN, SKIPPER, CFLD, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . , BROWN, TIM, CFr.l, Huntsville, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . BROYVNBACK, ANN, CSoph.D, Arlington, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Ten dollars? You must be kidding! J I UNDERGRADUATES Row One: BROXSON, JR., EMMETT H., QFr.D, Hartford, Arts and Sciences . . . BRUCE, BONNIE, Ur.D, Dublin, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . BRUCE, PATRICIA, fSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . BRUGCE, RICHARD ARNOLD, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Com- merce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . BRUNE, FRANCES PATRICIA, Ur.D, Pensacola, Florida, Home Economics . . . BRUST, SINA JOY, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . BRYAN, FRANKLIN D., fFr.D, Lynn, Education . . . BRYANT, GALE B., CFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . BRYANT, JR., PAUL XNILLIAM, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Sigma Nu . . . BRYANT, SAMMY, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Edu- cation. Row Two: BUCKLEY, NANCY, CFr.D, Sulligent, Education . . . BUDWEG, MELBA IRIS, CSoph.D, Cullman, Home Economics . . . BUFFALOVV, FRANCES, fFr.D, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . BUCG, BARBARA, CFr.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . BULLEN, BILL, CFr.D, Red Bay, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Chi Phi . . . BULLOCK, EDWIN HILTON, CFr.D, Andalusia, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . BULLOCK, JUDY, CFr.Dg Birmingham' Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . BUNN, ROY H., CSoph.D, Vtfedowec, Engineering . . . BURDETTE, LINDA N., CSoph.D, Clan- ton, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . BURDICK, JANICE, CFr.D, Birming- ham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega. 7 Row Three: BURCESS, AL, fFr.D, Birmingham, Chemistry, Delta Chi . . . BURCESS, GEORGE, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . BURCESS, JR., VVILLIAM POVVELL, CSoph.D, Binningham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . BURCINS, YVONNE, CSoph.D, Hunts- ville, Arts and Sciences . . . BURKE, MEREDITH JANE, CSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . BURKES, HENRY A., Ur.D, Langdale, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BURKETT, JAMES TRU- MAN, CFr.D, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . BUR- KART, CHARLES J., Ur.D, Hanceville, Commerce and Business Ad ministration . . . BURKHART, JAMES NORVIN, Ur.D, Fort Payne- Arts and Sciences . . . BURLESON, RONNIEQ CFr.D, Memphis, Ten nessee, Commerce and Business Administration. s Row Four: BURNETT, THOMAS E., fFr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . BURNETT, XVILDA, CSoph.D, Sulligent, Home Economics . . . BURNS, CEORGANNE, CSoph.D, Ozark, Education . . . BURNS, JAMES ROBERT, Ur.D, Monroeville, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . BURR, DONNA LEE, fSoph.D, Binningham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BURROUGHS, MARY FAYE, CSoph.D, Buhl, Education . . . BUR- ROWS, JR., SYDNEY JAMES, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . BURT, CHARLES N., Ur.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . BURT, MARY JULIA, CSoph.D, Sheffield, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . BURT, SUSAN, CFr.Dg Pittsvievv, Education, Alpha Delta Pi. Row Five: BURTON, JR., JAMES CARL, Ur.D, Jasper, Engineering . . . BURTON, JAMES L., Ur.D, Jasper, Engineering . . . BUSBY, PAT- RICIA J., Ur.D, Fairfield, Education . . . BUSH, WALLACE B., Ur.D- Andalusia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BUSHMAN, BAR BARA, Ur.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BUTLER, JOE W., Ur.D, Bynum, Arts and Sciences . . . BUTLER, PAM, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . BUTLER, JR. RALPH QUINN, Ur.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Admin- istration . . . BUTLER, REBECCA J., CSoph.D, Trussville, Education . . . BUTLER, SUZANNE, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Education. 9 7 Row Six: BUTLER, THOMAS W., Ur.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sci- ences . . . BUTTRAM, JR., HOBSON DYARQ tFr.D, Birmingham' Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . BUTTRAM, THOMAS L., qsepiipi Birmingham, Engineering . . . BYRD, BETTY LOU, fFr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BYRNE, REBECCA P., CFr.D, Foley, Education . . . CADDELL, HANK, CSophD, Decatur, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . CADDELL, JR., JoHN A.- CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . CADE, FRANCIS, CSoph.D, Greensboro, Nursing . . . CAFFEY, CAROLYN' w Page 'I78 fJr.D, Anniston, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . CAIN, CAROLYN, CFr.D, Silver Spring, Maryland, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu. Row Seven: CALABRO, PETE, CFr.j, Alexander City, Engineering, Beta Theta Pi . . . CALDVVELL, CARY M., QJr.J, Bessemer, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . CALDWELL, JUDI, CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . CALDVVELL, MORT, CJr.J, Jack- sonville, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . CALENDER, JOHN T., QJr.D, Rockford, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . CALHOUN, BEVERLY, CJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Delta Zeta . . . CALHOUN, CHARLES L., CSoph,j, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . CALHOUN, GENE, CFr.D, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences . . . CALHOUN, JANETTE DACE, QFLD, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Delta Zeta . . . CALLAHAN, SANDRA, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Delta Zeta. Row Eight: CALLAHAN, TALMADGE HALL, CJr.J, Pinson, Arts and Sciences . . . CALLAWAY, DICK, CFr.D, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Xi . . . CALLEN, XVAL- TON, CFr.j, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . CAM- ERON, VVAYNE, CFr.j, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . CAMPBELL, BAR- BARA, CJr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . CAMPBELL, JR., CHARLES C., CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . CAMP- BELL, JR., D. SCOTT, CJr.D, Pinson, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . CAMPBELL, EARL L., CSoph.j, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . CAMPBELL, KAY, CSoph.J, Birming- ham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . CAMPBELL, JAMES A., fFr.J, Springville, Chemistry. Row Nine: CAMPBELL, JAMES D., CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . CAMPBELL, ROBERT LEE, QJr.l, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . CAMPBELL, JR., ROBERT M., CJr.J, Grove Hill, Engineering . . . CAMPBELL, THOMAS B., CFr.J, Hueytown, Engineering . . . CANNON, KAY, CJr.J, Florala, Educa- tion, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . CANNON, WOODROW, CFLJ, Jasper, En- gineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . CANTY, CAMILLA, CSoph.j, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Mu . . . CAPE- LOTO, DAVID, CFr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . CAPOUANO, ALBERT, CSoph.J, Mont- gomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . CAPPS, WILLIAM MARCUS, CJr.j, Fairfield, Engineering, Kappa Sigma. Row Ten: CARLETON, GEORGE, fSoph.J, Grove I-Iill, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . CARLISLE, CAROLYN, CJr.j, Alexander City, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . CARLILE, RICHARD, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kap- pa Sigma . . . CARMICHAEL, GERALD W., CFr.J, Alexander City, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . CARNES, JACK L., CFr.D, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences . . . CARNES, JERRY LENN, CJr.j, Opp, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . CARPENTER, ROBERT G., CFr.J, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CARR, JOSEPH E., CJr.j, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . CARRIGAN, HAL, CJr.D, Shef- field, Arts and Sciences . . . CARRIGAN, TIMOTHY R., CFr.J, Bes- semer, Education. I said, "Look stud-." UNDERGRADUATES Row One: CARRIGER, JANET, CJr.J, Atlanta, Georgia, Education, Chi Omega . . . CARROLL, PAUL, fFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CARSON, JR., THOMAS J., CJr.D, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . CARTER, CAROL ANN, fFr.D, Selma, Arts and Sciences . . . CAR- TER, HARRY, CFr.Jg Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . CARTER, J. F., CJr.J, Abbeville, Arts and Sciences . . . CARTER, JAMIE VV., fSoph.J, Opelika, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . CARTER, JERRY W., fFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CARTER, JR., JOEL N., fJr.J, Cullman, Arts and Sciences . . . CARTER, JOYCE, CSoph.J, Double Springs, Nursing. Row Two: CARTER, LINDSEYQ CFLD, Hueytown, Engineering . . . CARTER, SARAH SPARKS, CSoph.jg Eufaula, Education, Delta Tau Delta . . . CARTWRIGHT, PAM, CFLD, Decatur, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . CASAGRANDE, ROBERT A., CJr.D, VVayne, New Jersey, Ed- ucation, Delta Tau Delta . . . CASE, CAROL, CFr.D, Birmingham, Ed- ucation, Phi Mu . . . CASEY, CURTIS MACK, CSoph.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . CASEY, JON BUNYANQ CFr.D, Binning- ham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . CASEY, KAREN DIANE, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . CASPERS, JOHN E., CSopl1.D, Moulton, Arts and Sciences . . . CASPERS, SI-IELIA, CFLJ, Moulton, Home Economics. Row Three: CASSELL, RALPH, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi ,... CASSELS, BARBARA ANNE, CSoph.D, .Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . CASTELLITTO, ANN, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Xi Delta . . . CASTRO, JOSE R., CFr.D1 Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . CATTS, ERWIN C., CFr.J, Huntsville, Engineering . . . CAUSEY, VV. J., CSoph.D, Monroeville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . CAYLEY, JUDY CATHERINE, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Chemistry . . . CHABANNESS, RENE, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Chemistry . . . CI-IAMBERLAIN, FRED T., CJr.j, Bir- mingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . CHAMBERS, ANN, fFr.J, Lafayette, Nursing. Row Four: CHAMBERS, CHARLOTTE, CSoph,J, Cullman' Home Economics . . . CHAMBERS, I-I, STEPHEN, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . CHAMBERS, JOY, CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . CHAMBERS, LANE, CELJ, Gadsden, Education- Delta Zeta . . . CHAMBERS, MARK DAY, fSoph.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration , . . CHAMBLISS, DAN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . CHAMPION, RICHARD WV., CFr.J, Fairhope, Engineering . . . CHANDLER, FRANK L., fSoph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CHANDLER, LARRY V., QJr.D, Ensley, Commerce and Business Admin- istration . . . CHANDLER, VVILLIAM V., CFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Theta Xi. Row Fioe: CHAPMAN, JR., JOHN R., fSoph.l, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . CHAPMAN, SUSAN, CSoph.J: VVarrinton, Florida, Education, Kappa Delta . . . CHASE, VV. DOTYQ CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . CHEATHAM, LAURA, CFr.J, Greenville, Home Economics, Phi Mu . . . CHENAULT, RAY, CSoph.J, Moulton, Commerce and. Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . CI-IOI, LO TUNG, CFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . CHEN, IN- GRAM THOMAS, fFr.j, Hong Kong, Engineering . . . CHENAULT, ALICE. A., CJr.J, Decatur, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . CHENE- WETH, III, BEACH, CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Delta Chi . . . CHENEWETH, LORETTA, CFr.J, Mo- bile, Education. Row Six: CHESSER, C. RANDY, fSoph.D, Lineville, Education, Beta Theta Pi . . . CHILDERS III, CYDE G., fFr.J, Attalla, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . CHILDRESS, REBECCA LYLEg fJr.j, Foley, Arts and Sciences . . . CHILES, III, JAMES C., CJr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . CHIZ, REBECCA, CFr.D, Shaw, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . CHOCRANE, ELIZABETH BRANTLY, fSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Kappa Delta . . . CHRISTIAN, JR., AARON, fJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kap- pa Alpha . . . CHRISTIAN, CHARLES M. II, CJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . CHRISTIAN, DALE, CFLD, Tusca- Page 180 loosa, Arts and Sciences, Zcta Tau Alpha . . . CHRISTIAN, STEVEN R., CFr.j, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epislon. Row Seven: CHRISTIAN, THOMAS R., fSoph.Jg Northport, Educa- tion, Theta Chi . . . CHRISTIAN, VVAYNE, CFr.D, Dora, Engineering . . . CHRISTNACHT, LUCIE ANN, CFr.D, Perdido Beach, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CHRISTY, PARTICIA ANN, CFr.J, Tusca- loosa, Education . . . CHURCH, CHERRY C., CFr.jg Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . CHURCH, HUGH, CJr.J, Andover, New York, Educa- tion . . . CICERO, JOHN B., CSoph.j, Huntsville, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . CIMINO, EDMUND L., CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, En- gineering . . .CIVILS, CHERYL, CSoph.D, Gardendale, Education, Zeta girti Alpha . . . CLARDY, GARY, CSoph.D, Athens, Engineering, Theta 11. Row Eight: CLARK, BARBARA FRANCES, CJ1'.D, Severva Park, Maryland, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . CLARK, CANDICE, fFr.J, Maxwell Air Force Base, Nursing . . . CLARK, CONSTANCE, CFr.J, Cottondale, Nursing, Alpha Xi Delta . . . CLARK, HEVVITT B., CSoph.J, Chippewa Falls, Vlfisconsing Arts and Sciences . . . CLARK, JOY LATANE, fFr.j, Elloa, Nursing . . . CLARK, M. LOUISE, fJr.l, Montgomery, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . CLARK, JR.. R. DAN, fFr.D, Lanett, Engineering . . . CLARK, SHERRY LYON, fSoph.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . CLARK, SUNDRA LEE, CSonh.l: Newton, Illinois, Home Economics, Delta Zeta . . . CLARKE, ARTHUR P., fSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences. Row Nine: CLARKE, CAROLYN BLANCHE, CFr.j, Northpoa, Chemistry, Alpha Delta Pi . . . CLARKE, CHARLES DENDALL, CSoph.J, Northport, Engineering, Acacia . . . CLARKE, JR., CLINTON H., CSoph.D, Mobile, Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi . . . CLARY, RONALD ELLIS3 CJr.l, Selma, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CLAY, ,PEGGY CSoph.J, Birmingham, Nursing . . . CLAYTON, JAMES CREED, CFr.J, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences . . . CLAYTON, STE- PHEN VV., QFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . CLECKLER, DANNY W., CJr.D, Childerburg, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Pi Kappa Phi . . . CLEMENT, JOYCE, fJr.J, Greenville, Home Economics . . . CLEMMONS, FRANCES R., CJr.D, Ethelville, Home Economics. How Ten: CLEVERDON, JAMIE, fFr.J, Summerdale, Arts and Sci- ences, Pi Beta Phi . . . CLICK, TERESA, CJr.D, Pensacola, Florida, Education, Kappa Delta . . . CLINTON, ELEANOR, CJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Xi Delta . . . CLINTON, JAMES LEWVIS, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . CLOUD, DIANE, CFr.J, Falkville, Arts and Sciences . . . CLOXVDUS, JUDITH DALE, QFr.J, Oneonta, Education . . . COAKLEY, KAY, CFr.J, Tarrant, Arts and Sciences . . . COAN, PATRICIA, QJr.J, Alex- ander, Arts and Sciences . . . COATS, ELIZABETH ANN, CJr.J, Bes- semer, Chemistry, Pi Beta Phi . . . COATS, JOHNNA LILLIAN, CSoph.J, Demopolis, Education, Delta Gamma. He must be cm officer-crude cis he is. .lc UNDERGRADUATES Bow One: COBB, W. FRANK, CJr.D, Jasper, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . COBB, JULIA, QSoph.J, York, Education, Chi Omega . . . COCHRAN, ALAN B., CJr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . GOCHRAN, CHARLES VV. III, fSoph.J, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . COCHRAN, CLAUDE, CFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . CODY, LESLIE M., fFr.J, Fort Benning, Georgia, Arts and Sciences . . . COHN, SUSAN, fFr.J, Louisville, Kentucky, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . COKER, DON, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . COKER, JANE E., CFr.J, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences . , . COKER, JANE GRAHAM, QJr.J, Syla- cauga, Chemistry, Pi Beta Phi. Row Two: COKER, JANE GRAYSON, CJr.J, Chattanooga, Tennes- see, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . COLE, CATHYE, CSoph.D, Gads- den, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . COLE, JUDITH KAYE, CJr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . COLE, MARY ANN, QSoph.J, Jasper, Home Economics . . . COLEE, NORMA GAIL, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Nursing . . . COLEMAN, ANN GRAY, CSoph.J, Greensboro, Education, Kappa Delta . . . COLEMAN, LUCILE, fFr.D, Uniontown, Education, Kappa Delta . . . COLEMAN, NORMAN BRUCE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . COLEMAN, ROGER BERRY, fJr.J, Samson, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . .COLEMAN, ROBERT T., CFr.J, Anna, Illinois: Arts and Sciences. Row Three: COLBURN, GARY, CFr.J, Fayette, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . COLEN, NANCY, fJr.l, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- vania, Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . COLLIER, E. CAROLYN, fSoph.D, Wetumpka, Education: Alpha Chi Omega . . . COLLIER, JULIA ANN, CFr.l, Montgomery, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . COL- LIER, MARYGENA, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . COLLINS, JANE, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . COLLINS, JOSEPHINE, fJr,J, Birmingham, Education . . . COLLINS, LINDA, fJr.D, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . COLQUETT. CHAR- LOTTE, CFr.D, Red Level, Arts and Sciences . . . COMER, BRENDA, fFr.J, Florence, Nursing. ' Row Four: COMER, ROBERT, CFr.j, Phenix City, Engineering . . . COMPTON, CHARLES, CSoph.J, Demopolis, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Theta Chi . . . COMSTOCK, BONITA CAROL, CFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CONERLY, ANN, CFr.J, Jackson, Education . . . CONERLY, CONNIE, IFr.l, Foley, Home Economics, Chi Omega . . . CONNELL, NORMAN LEE, fJr.J, Montgomery, Chemistry . . . CONNER, JR., CHARLES C., fJr.J, McCalla, Education . . . CONNER, LEE, CFr.l, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Phi . . . CONRAD, JAMES, CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . CONSOLA, NELSON, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences. Row Five: CONTRI, LARRY, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Pi Kappa Phi , . . CONVEY, CHRIS, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration., Pi Kappa Alpha . . . COOK, A. LARRY, CSoph.J, Phenix City, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . COOK, B. DIANA, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . COOK, BEN- SON BARNEY JR., CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration' . . . COOK, CHERLY, CFr.j, Dozier, Arts and Sciences . . . COOK, PATSY, CFr.J, Pushmataha, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . COOK, RANDALL A., CSoph.J, Winter Park, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . COOK, TOMMY, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . COOKE, RAY- MOND, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences. Row Six: COON, SUSIE, CFr.J, Selma, Arts and Sciences . . . CO- OPER, BETTY ANNE, CSoph.J, Camden, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . COOPER, CAMELLIA, CSoph.D, Reform, Commerce and Business Administration . . . COOPER, JR., CHARLES R., CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . COOPER, CLYDE MICHAEL, CFr.D, Birmingham, Engineering, Sigma Chi . . . COOPER, JERI, CSoph.J, Shelbyville, Tennessee, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . CO- OPER, MILERED, CFr.D, Meridian, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . COOPER, RONALD, CSoph.D, Fayette, Arts and Sciences Page 182 . . . COOPER, ROBERT L.: CFr.D: Elba: Engineering . . . COPELAND, BETTY: U1-.lg Tuscaloosa: Education: Sigma Delta Tau. Row Seven: COPELAND, CAROL: CFLD: Tuscaloosa: Education: Delta Delta Delta . . . COPLON, JUDY: 41122: Tuscaloosa: Education: Delta Phi Epsilon . . . COPPOCK, RONALD: QSoph.j: Oneonta: Arts and Sciences . . . CORK, DAVID: Cjizl: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business Administration . . . CORLEY, HUGH: CFLD: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences . , . CORN, DENNIS: fSoph.D: Birmingham: Engineer- ing . . . CORNETT, MARY BOOKER: ULD: Phenix Cityg Education . . . CORTE, SHARON ADELE: ULD: Daphne: Education: Alpha Gamma Delta . . . COSBY, ROBERT: CSop'h.D: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences . . . COSHATT, RONALD: fFr.Q: Pell City: Commerce and Business Administration: Delta Tau Delta. Row Eight: COSPER, JAMES DANIEL: CFr.j: Blountsville: Arts and Sciences . . . COTTO, H. STEPHEN: CFr.Dg Birmingham: Com- merce ancl Business Administration: Phi Epsilon Pi . . . COWLES, MARY LYNN: fF'1'.Dg Tuscaloosa: Home Economics . . . COYVLES, ROBERT F.: ULD: Tuscaloosa: Aits and Sciences . . . COX, CLARA: ULD: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Delta . . . COX, MARSHA KAREN: CSoph.D: Arts and Sciences . . . COX, TOMIE: CSoph.y: Florence: Education: Pi Beta Phi . . . CRABTREE. MARGARET: ULD: Anniston: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Delta . . . CRABTREE, ROGER LEE: CFLD: Binningham: Arts and Sciences: Delta Chi . . . CRADDOCK, LINDA: fFr.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Home Economics: Chi Omega. Row Nine: CRADDOCK, SARA: CFr.l: Russellville: Arts and Sci- ences . . . CRADDOCK, VVILLIAM S.: CFr.J: Memphis, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Tau Ome-ga . , . GRAIG, CLAIRE: CSoph.l: Mont- gomery: Education: Alpha Gamma Delta , . . GRAIN, DAVID: CSoph.D: Gadsden: Commerce and Business Administration: Lambda Chi Alpha . . . CRAIN, KATHY: CSoph.D: Bessemer: Education . . . CRANFORD, WILLIAM R,: CFr.D: Gadsden: Commerce and Business Administration . . . CRAVVFORD, JEAN: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education . . . CREELE, SUE: fFr.D: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences . . . CREIGHTEN, DODSON: fFr.Jg Elberta: Arts and Sciences . . . CREW, LINDA: CFr.D: Pell City: Arts and Sciences. Row Ten: CREW, THOMAS: ULD: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences . . . CREVVS, IANICE: Url: Lineville: Home Economics: Zeta Tau Alpha . . . CRIBBS, BARBARA: CFLD: Albertville: Education: Al- pha Chi Omega . . . CRIDER, PAM: CFLD: Tarrant: Arts and Sciences . . CROCKETT, DAVID VV.: CFr.j: Bynum: Arts and Sciences: Delta Chi , . . CROMMELIN, HARRIET: fSoph.D: VVetumpka: Arts and Sci- ences: Alpha Gamma Delta . . . CROOK, IR., DONALD H.: fFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences . . . CROOK, TRUDY: ULD: Mont- gomery: Education: Kappa Delta . . . CROW, KATHRYN: ULD: Birmingham: Education . . . CROW, MICHELE: CFr.D: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Kappa Gamma. ol ball. UNDERGRADUATES Row One: CROXVDER, VVILLIAM S., CJ1'.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CROVVELL, GLENN D., CJLJ, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CROVVSON, ANDRENV, tJr.D, Fairfield, Chemistry . . . CROWSON, DANIEL AL- FORD, CSoph.J, Fairfield Highlands, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . CROXSON, LINDA, CFr.D, Calhoun, Georgia, Educa- tion, Pi Beta Phi . . . CRUCE, TOMMY CLAY, tSoph.J, Bessemer, Engineering . . . CRUM, JR., FRED C., CSoph.J, Silas, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . CRUME, ALICE, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . CRUMP, FRANK M. III, CFr.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . CRU- TCHFIELD, VVALLACE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi. How Two: CRVIKSHANK, SUZANNE, CSoph.j, Sehna, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . CRYSEL, CHARLES D., CJLJ, Montgomery, Education, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . CULBERSON, MARY SUSAN, CSoph.D, Mobile, Chemistry, Alpha Chi Omega . . . CULLEN, SIDNEY, CJr.J, Coral Gables, Florida, Education, Kappa Delta . . . CULP, JAMES R., tSoph.J, Attalla, Chemistry . . . CULPEPPER, MARY ALLINE, CSoph.J, Monroeville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . CULVER, LARRY JOE, fFr.J, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CUMBUS, BEN JOE, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . CUNNINGHAM, CHARLES A., CSoph.J, Mobil-e, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . CURE- TON, JR., JACOB L., CFr.J, Greenville, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Sigma Nu. Row Three: CURPHEY, MAUREEN, tFr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . CURRAN, EDI, CJr.J, Cincinnati, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . CURRIE, MARSHA ANNE, tSoph.J, Birming- ham, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . CURRY, ALICE CLAY- BOUNNE, CSoph.D, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . CURRY, MARGARET A., tJr.l, Mt. Vernon, Home Eco- nomics, Chi Omega . . . CURTIS, RENNA LOVE, CFr.J, Mobile, Education . . . CURTIS, RICHARD A., tSoph.J, Mobile, Engineering . . . CUSIMANO, SAM, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . DAHLENE, ELLEN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Delta Gamma . . . DAHLKE, SHIRLEY, CFr.J, Birming- ham, Home Economics, Delta Zeta. Row Four: DAILEY, GEORGE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . DALEY, PATRICIA, CFr.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . DAMRON, LINDA, tFr.J, Tyler, Texas- Arts and Sciences- Zeta Tau Aloha . . . DANIEL LAUREDIA p i I , DIANE, CFr.J, Monroeville, Nursing . . . DANIEL, MARY ELLEN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Nursing . . . DANIEL, SHARON, CSoph.Q, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences . . . DANIEL, TERRY A., CJr.J, Mont- gomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . DANIEL, 'WILLIAM DAVID, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . DANIELL, SALLY, CJr.J, Anniston, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Chi Omega . . . DANIELS, CAROLYN FAYE, CFr.D, Bay Minette, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi. Row Five: DARR, CHARLES H., CFr.D, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences . . . DASHER, CAROL HARDING, tFr.D, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Home Economics . . . DAUGHTRY, DIANE, fFr.J, Daphne, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . DAUPHIN, ELAINE: CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . , DAVEN- PORT, DONNA, tF1'.J, Huntsville, Home Economics, Phi Mu . . . DAVIDSON, JOHN B., CSoph.J, Crestview, Florida, Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi . . . DAVIDSON, MARSHA, CSoph.D, Meridian, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . DAVIES, ANNA, CFr.J, Bir- mingham, Home Economics, Delta Delta Delta . . . DAVIES, BEN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Sigma Chi . . . DAVIES, MARIOA LYNN, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences. Row Six: DAVIS, ALAN M., CSoph.J, Helena, Education . . . DAVIS, CAROLYN FAYE, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . DAVIS, DAVID M., CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . DAVIS, EDWARD NEAL, CSoph.J, WVinfield, En- gineering . . . DAVIS, JR., JAMES E., CFr.J, Leeds, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . DAVIS, JOSEPH S., CFr.J, Forest Home, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . DAVIS, JOY S., CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . DAVIS. JOYCE A., fFr.J, Chickasaw, Education . . . DAVIS, LAWRENCE C., CSoph.D, Mobile, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . DAVIS, JR., Page 184 POWELL D., CSoph.D, McLean, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Beta 'Theta 1. Row Seven: DAVIS, MARILYN, Ur.D, Dothan, Education . . . DAVIS, MARTHA ANN, CFr.D, Albertville, Home Economics . . . DAVIS, RONALD S., Ur.D, Hamilton, Engineering . . . DAVIS, ROYCE EARL, CFr,D, Iemison, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . DAVIS, SALLY, CFr.D, Sulligent, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . DAVIS, IR., T. H., Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . DAVIS, IR., TINE VVAYNE, CFr.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . DAVIS, TOBY V., CFr.D, Albertville, Engineering . . . DAVIS, WILLIAM COLLINS, Ur.D, Kennedy, Arts and Sciences . . . DAWSON, NOTOMA, CSoph.D, Loxley, Arts and Sciences. Row Eight: DAY, BRENDA, CFr.D, Bimiingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . DAY, JANE ANN, CFr.D, Perdido Beach, Arts and Sciences . . . DAYEN, MILDRED, CFr.D, North Miami Beach, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . DEAN, CARY HILTON, Ur.D, Tal- ladega, Commerce and Business Administration . . . DEAN, ROBERT E., CFr.D, Flomaton, Chemistry . . . DEAN, STEVEN LEE, Ur.D, Robertsdale, Home Economics . . . DEARMAN, MARIELLA, CSoph.D, Athens, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . DEASON, BOBBY R., Ur.D, Plantersville, Arts and Sciences . . . DEASON, NORMA I., Ur.D, Bil- lingsley, Education . . . DEAVER, NELSON, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences. Row Nine: DECKER, ANN N., CFr.D, Laurel, Mississippi, Educa- tion, Delta Delta Delta . . . DECKMAN, MARY IONA, Ur.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . DEERING, MARY JOAN, tSoph.D, Foley, Arts and Sciences . . . DEERMAN, NANCY C., CFr.D, Pyffe, Arts and Sciences . . . DEES, ALLEN, CSoph.D, Mt. Meiss, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . DEES, PAT, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Home Economics . . . DEESE, ANNIE LOU, QSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . DEESE, SPENCER RAY, CSoph.D, New- ton, Commerce and Business Administration . . . DEITZ, EDVVARD T., tFr.D, Talladega, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . DELATTE, RENEE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Nursing. Row Ten: DELOACH, MARY ANNE, CFr.D, Mount Vernon, Arts and Sciences . . . DEMETROPOLIS, RONALD H., Ur.D, Mobile, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . DEMOS, IUDY, QFrD., Chat- tanooga, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . DENNIS, M. JENNIFER, CFr.D, Wetumpka, Nursing . . . DENNIS, IR., ROBERT A., Ur.D, Sylacauga, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . DENNIS- TON, GORDON, CFr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Sigma Nu . . . DENT, DICKIE, CSoph.D, Knoxville, Tennessee, Education . . .' DENT, PATRICIA, CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . DENTON, IR., THOMAS VV., Ur.D, Fort Payne, Education, Delta Tau Delta . . . DERMON III, BENIAMIN SCROVON, Oxford, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi. l'd rather switch than fight. QQ, K., ,. UNDERGRADUATES Row One: DEROY, JR., JAMES S., CELJ, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Phi . . . DERRICK, BARBARA, fSoph.J, Scottsboro, Education . . . DERRICK, ROBERT C., fJr.Jq Scottsboro, Engineering . . . DIAMOND, ROSS, CSoph.Dg Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . DICK, JONATHAN, CFLJ, Opp, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . DICKERT, DON, CSoph.J, Brundidge, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . DICKINSON, FRED R., CJr.J, Winfielcl, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . DIEHL, CATHY A., CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . DILLARD, CHARLES RANDLE, CEr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . DILLON, JANE, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education, Delta Zeta. Row Two: DINWIDDIE, BETTY, QSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . DISNEY, MARY JANELLE, lFr.J, Tusca- loosa, Arts and Sciences . . . DOBBINS, DARRELL, CFr.Dg Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . DOBBS, DAN V., CSoph.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . DOBBS, DANNY M., CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Sigma Chi . . . DOBBS, JR., HAROLD R., CJr.J, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . DOBBS, JANE, CFr.J, Gadsden, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . DOBBS, MARY, iFr.J, Crossville, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . DOBLIN, STEVE, CSoph.J, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . DODD, DUSTIN D., CSoph.J, Decatur, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma. Row Three: DODGE, RONALD K., fEr.J, Elmore, Chemistry . . . DODSON, JUDY, CFr.J, Mobile, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . DOMNANOVICH, JOSEPH M., CSoph,J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . DONALD, JIMMY, CF1'.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . DOONAN, JR., ROBERT, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . DOR- MAN, RICHARD, CFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . DOSS, JR., ARTHUR L., CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . DOSTER, JOYCE JOHNS, CSoph.J, Dothan, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . DOUAHEE, DIANE, CSoph.J, Harpersville, Education . . . DOUGLAS, BILL, CJLJ, Calcis, Engineering, Row Four: DOUGLAS, JANUEL E., CSoph.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration . . . DOUGLAS, LARRY MICHAEL, CJr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . DOUGLASS, JR., ROBERT COTTON, CFLJ, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kap- pa Alpha . . . DOW, CHARLES, fSoph.J, Sehna, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . DEVVBERRY, RALPH, CFr.Jg Binningham, Engineering, Theta Chi . . . DOVVDLE, JANE, fSop'h.J, Ethelsville, Home Economics . . . DOXVDLE, VVADE B., CJr.J, Meridian, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences . . . DOVVDY, DIANE A., QFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . DOXVNEY, JIM, CFr.D, Scot- tsboro, Arts and Sciences . . . DOXVNEY, VVAYNEQ CSoph.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha. Row Five: DOWNS, DEEGEE, CJr.J, Calera, Education, Alpha Del- ta Pi . . . DREES, BRIAN J., CFr.j, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . DREYFUS, JULIE L., CSoph.J, Hattiesburg, Missis- sippi, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . DRIVER, MELBA GAIL, CSoph.j, Dozier, Education . . . DUBE, SUSAN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . DUDLEY, MARION ALLEN, CJr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . DUEEASE, BILL, fJr.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Engineering, Kappa Sigma . . . DULANEY, EU- GENIA, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . DUNAWAY, CHARLES L., CFr.J, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . DUNCAN, ALICE ANN, CSoph.Jg Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu. Row Six: DUNN, ALICE MARIE, CSoph.J, Troy, Arts and Sciences . . . DUNN, JANE, fJr.J, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . DUNN, SANDRA E., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Delta Pi . . . DUNN, WANDA C., CFr.Jg XAIEIITIOFQ Chemistry . . . DUNN, VVILLIAM WV., fEr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . DUMAS, CHERYL, CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . DUPONT, PAYE, QSoph.J, Irvington, Arts and Sciences . . . DUQUETTE, DIANE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Home Eco- nomics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . DURAN, SANDRA, CFLJ, Pell City, Page 186 l " l xx! V Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . DURDEN, HILMAR FREDERICK, CSoph. J, Montgomery, Engineering. Row Seven: DURDEN, JIMMY, CSoph.J, Opp, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . DURHAM, DIANNE, CFr.j, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . DUROSS, DAVID, J., CSoph.J, Bethesda, Maryland, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . DYKES, JIMMY C., CSoph.j, Montgomery, CO111l11G1'C6 and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Slglillzl . . . DZWONKESKI, LYNDELL, CSoph.J, Ontario, Canada, Arts and Sciences . . . DWYER, JR., DAPHNE, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . DYER, DOUGLAS BRUCE, CJr.J, Perdido Beach, Commerce and Business Administration . . . EAGAR, RONALD M., CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . EARL, LOUISE, CSoph.J, Eufaula, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . EARWOOD, NICKEY, KFY. J, Joppa, Engineering. Row Eight: ECHOLS, WYNN, CFr.j, Birmingham, Engineering, Sig- ma Phi Epsilon . . . EDDINS, PAMELA ANNE, CJr.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Delta Delta . . . EDGAR, JR., JOHN W., CSoph.J, Piedmont, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . EDGAR, HARRY, CJr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . EDMUNDS, KAY, CFr.j, Tuscaloosa, Huntsville . . . EDWARD, JR., KERMIT' CHARLES, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . EDWARDS, BETTY, fFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . EGGART, CHARLES G., CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Lamb- da Chi Alpha . . . EGGERS, JR., THOMAS H., CSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . EHINGER, JOHN, CFr.J, Sheffield, Arts and Sciences. Row Nine: EHLERT, BETTY, fSoph.J, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . EINSTEIN, JUDY, CJr.J, Carlesle, Pennsylvania, Delta Zeta . . . EISENBURG, MARK, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . ELDRIDGE, BILLY M., CJr.j, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ELGIN, SUSAN, fFr.J, Shreveport, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Kap- pa Delta . . . ELKINS, DANNY A. L., CJr.j, Gadsden, Education . . . ELLIOTT, BOBBY O., CJr.j, Sheffield, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . ELLIOTT, EDWARD, fJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . ELLIOTT, MAR- THA O., fJr.J, Jasper, Education, Chi Omega . . . ELLIOTT, MARY WVARD, QJr.J, Fosters, Arts and Sciences. Row Ten: ELLIS, ANN, CSoph.J, Fort Deposit, Home Economics, Delta Zeta . . . ELLIS, JOHN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ELLISON, JANE, fFr.J, Mobile, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Gamma . . . EMERSON, RICHARD BAILEY, CFr.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences . . . EMERY, DONNA SUE, fSoph.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . EMMETT, GLORIA J., CFr.J, Flomaton, Education . . . EMPLAINCOURT, JACQUES, CFr.J, Lee Hall, Virginia, Arts and Sciences . . . ENGELHARDT, SARA MARLOXN, CJr.J, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . ENGLAND, JULIA GRAY, iSoph.J, Fayette, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . ENGLE, CAROLYN, CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi. First we fake The Union Building. -awe' 'l UNDERGRADUATES Row One: ENCLE, JAMES T., CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sci- ences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . ENGLE, SUE, tJr.J, Atlanta, Georgia, Education . . . ENGLISH, SHIRLEY A., fSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . ENGWALL, KAREN ALLISON, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . ENNIS, WOODSON L., CJr.J, Livingston, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kap- pa Epsilon . . . EPSMAN, LYNNE, fFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . ERDREICH, BARBARA, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . ERICKSON, FREDERICK JOHN, CJr.J, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ERWIN, RUTH, CSoph.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Education, Kappa Kappa Gam- ma . . . ESKEVV, DORIS AUGUSTA, QFr.J, Demopolis, Arts and Sci- ences. Row Two: SKERIDGE, ANNE GOODE, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . ESSIG, JR., MILTON E., QJr.J, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences . . . ESSLINGER, LINDA, fSoph.J, Hunts- ville, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . ESTES, ROSA LEE, CFr.J, Mobile, Education . . . ESTES, JR., STEVEN L., fJr,J, Mobile, Chemis- try . . . ETHEREDGE, NVILLIAM R., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . ETHRIDGE, SARAH W., fSoph.J, Birming- ham, Nursing . . . EUBANKS, IVILLIAM R., CJr.J, Carrollton, Arts and Sciences . . . EVANS, ALBERT, CFr.J, Chickasaw, Arts and Sciences . . . EVANS, ELLEN L., CSoph.J, Huntsville, Education, Kappa Delta. Row Three: EVERINGHAM, LAWRENCE, CJr.J, Vallejo, California . . . EVINS, III LUCIUS S., CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . EZELL, III CHARLES A., CJr.J, Lavaca, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . FAIR, CHARLA, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . FAIRCLOTH, JR., JAMES M., fJr.J, Northport, Engi- neering, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . FALK, TONY, CFr.J, Bay Minette, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . FALKENBURG, JUNE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . FALKNER, JEFFERSON D., CJr.J, Columbiana, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . FANT, STEVE, CJLJ, Birmingham, Engineering . . . FARB, RODERICK M., CFr.J, Mobile, Chemistry, Chi Phi. Row Four: FARBROUGH, RAY A., CFr.J, Pell City, Arts and Sci- ences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . FARGASON, JEAN CARLETON, CFLJ, Birmingham, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . FARLEY, DOROTHY, CJr.J, Baileyton, Chemistry . . . FARMER, KERRY, CSoph.J, Tallade- ga, Engineering . . . FARMER, THOMAS C., CFr.J, Alexander City, Arts and Sci-ences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . FARR, CAROLYN E., CSoph.J, Sheffield, Chemistry, Delta Delta Delta . . . FARRIOR, ROY MAR- SHALL, fJr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . FARROVV, JAMES E., QJr.J, Athens, Engineering, Theta Chi . . . FAULK, BARBRA KAY, CFr.J, Samson, Education, Phi Mu . . . FAULK, DIANE, fJr.J, Prattville, Home Economics. Row Five: FAULKNER, VERENA LAURA, CFLJ, Union Beach, New Jersey, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FELDMAN, DAVID, CFr.J, Miami, Florida, Education . . . FELDMAN, MARVIN EARL, CFr.J, Montgomery, Engineering, Alpha. Epsilon Pi . . . FELD- MAN, RICHARD H., CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . FELTON, CLAUDE EDWVARD, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts amd Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . FENDLEY, GAY, CJr.J, Fulton, Education . . . FENN, MARY, CSoph.J, Union Springs, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . FERGUSON, LINDA, CSoph.J, Sheffield, Chemistry . . . FERGUSON, SYNETTA, CFr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Delta Zeta . . . FERRELL, JR., BERTRAN F., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi. Row Six: FERRIS, JR., DOUGLAS VV., CSoph.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . FES- TINGER, LYNDA ROSE, CJr.J, Lake Village, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . FREEMAN, RICHARD WV., CJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . FIELDS, HATTIE FERN, CSoph.J, Lacey Springs, Arts and Sciences . . . FIELDS, JAMES IV, CJr.J, Gar- dendale, Arts and Sciences . . . FIEVET, HAROLD R., QFLJ, Moun- tain Brook, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FILYAW, CAR- LIS HOYT, CFr.J, Hillsboro, Arts and Sciences . . . FINCH, JAMES R., CSoph.J, Graysville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FINKBINER, JOHN A., CFr,J, Biloxi, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Page 183 Alpha Sigma Pi . . . FINNER, BEVERLY, CFr.D, West Blocton, Edu- cation. Row Seven: FIORELLA, JOAN, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences: Delta Zeta . . . FISCHER, MARY C.,, QSoph.D, Montgomery, Educa- tion, Chi Omega . . . FISHER, CHARLEY, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . FISHER, GEORGE, CFr.D, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences . . . FISHER, NANCY ANNETTE, CFr.D, Bessemer, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . FITE, SUSAN, CFr.D, Deca- tur, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . FITZ, LIBBY, CFr.D, Birming- ham, Education, Kappa Delta . . . FITZPATRICK, MARLENE, CFr.Dg Springville, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . FITZPATRICK. O. VVILLIAM, CFr.D, Bess-emer, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . FITZSIMMONS, DAY, CFr.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Phi Kappa Sigma. Row Eight: FLANAGAN, JUDY CAROL, CFr.D, Alexandria, Vir- ginia, Nursing . . . FLEMING, CAMILLYE, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . , . FLEMING, MARILYN, Ur.D, Dallas, Texas, Home Economics . . . FLEMING, RHONDA SUZETTE, CFr.D, Pell City, Chemistry . . . FLEMING, RONALD D., Ur.D, Prattville, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . FLEMING, VIRGINIA LEE, CFr.D, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . FLET- CHER, BRENT, tFr.D, Gadsden, Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi . . . FLETCHER, DORIS CROCKETT, QSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci- ences, Delta Gamma . . . FLETCHER, JOHN L., CFr.D, Richland, Washington, Arts and Sciences . . . FLORINE, RONNIE, CSoph.D, Alex- ander City, Education. ' How Nine: FLOWERS, ANNE CELESTE, CFr.D, Lexington, Missis- sippi, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . FLOWERS, PATR1CIA, CFr.D, Greenville, Arts and Sciences . . . FLOVVERS, SUSAN, Ur.D, Rule- ville, Mississippi, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . FLOYD, DANNY, lSoph.D, Goshen, Arts and Sciences . . . FLOYD, IAN, CFr.D, Me- taire, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . FLOYD, VVANDA, CSoph.D, Dozier, Home Economics . . . FOGG, DIANE, CFr.D, Mobile, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . FOLEY, JOHN, Ur.D, Foley, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FOLGER, JULIANNA, CSoph.D, Headland, Education . . . FOLMAR, DVVIGHT M., CSoph.D, Troy, Arts and Sciences. Row Ten: FOLMER, JAMES A., lSoph.D, Hueytowng Arts and Sci- ences . . . FONTE, HERBERT SPENCER, CFr.D, Zachary, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences . . . FORD, ELIPHLETQ Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Engi- neering, Phi Gamma Delta . . . FORD, SUSAN, CFr.D, Birmingham- Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . FOREHAND, ELIZABETH EVANS? Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . FOR- SYTHE, DIANE B., CFr.D, Montgomery, Education, Chi Omega . . . FOSTER, ALIDA V., QFr.D, Pass Christian, Mississippi, Arts and Sci- ences, Kappa Delta . . . FOSTER, DAVID EARL, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FOSTER, EDVVARD A., Ur,Dg Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FOSTER, IOAN, CFr.D, Greenville, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega. He bought on MAHOUT. ,. T 1 ,I UNDERGRADUATES Row One: FOSTER, SUE H., QFr.l, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . FOSTER, T. KENNETH, CFr.l, Birmingham, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . FOSTER, THOMAS LAVERNE, CSoph.J, Talladega, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . FOUNTAIN, JR., PERCY C., CSoph.l, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . FOWLER, BILLY PIERCE, CSoph.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . FOVVLER, JOAN M., CSoph.J, Binningham, Nursing . . . FOWLER, VVILBUR PHILLIP, CJr.j, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Admin- istration . . . FOX, ELIZABETH, CFr.l, Alexander City, Home Econo- mics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . FOX, JEANNINE, CFr.l, Fairfax, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . FOY, JR., ALBERT, CJr.j, Alex- ander City, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: FRANCIS, ALLAN R., CJr.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . FRANK, JR., RICHARD, CFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . FRANKLIN, JOE B., CJr.J, Jasper, Arts and Sciences . . . FRANK- LIN, RONNIE J., CJr.l, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Admin- istration . . . FREDERICKSON, JAMES GORDON, CJr.l, Sheffield, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . FREE, ROBERT, CFr.l, Selma, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FREEMAN, ELIZABETH ANN, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Home Econo- mics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . FREEMAN, JENNIFER KAYE, CFr.J, Hanceville, Arts and Sciences . . . FREEMAN, JUDY, CSoph.D, Oden- ville, Education . . . FREEMAN, PHILLIP K., CFr.l, Huntsville, En- gineering, Phi Gamma Delta. Row Three: FREEMAN, SUSAN, CFr.l, Jasper, Education, Chi Omega . . . FRIDAY, ESTELLE ALICE, fJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . FRIEDMAN, MARY, CFr.j, Jacksonville, Florida, A1-rs and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . FRISBIE, ROBERT A., fFr.l, Mobile, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega . . . FRISBIE, JR., CURTIS L.: fJr.l, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . FRIST, MARY LOUISE, CFr.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . FRITS, SUZANNE, fSoph.J, Mobile, Edu- cation, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . FUQUA, JR., XVILLIAM J., CJr.J, Columbus, Ohio, Commerce and Business Administration . , . FULMER, MELVIN, CJr.l, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . FULLER, MACKIE, QFr.J, Dothan, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Xi Delta. Row Four: FUNDERBURG, BARTOW L., CSoph.l, Birmingham, En- gineering . . . GABRIEL, XVADIE, JR., CJr.l, Bay Minette, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GAFFORD, ANCELON, CSoph.l, Binningham, Education . . . GAIA, PAMELA ANN, CFr.l, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . GAINES, MARY, QFr.J, Bowling Green, Kentucky, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . GAITTEN, JOAN, CFr.J, Sylacauga, Arts and Sciences . . . GALANES, CHRIS N., CFr.l, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GALBAUGH, CHRIS E., QSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . GALLOGLY, CHARLOTTE, fJr.D, Maxwell Air Force Base, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . GANN, GERALD, QJr.J, VVinfield, Education. Row Five: GANN, JEAN, CJr.j, Sylacauga, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . GANNES, HERBERT H., CFr.l, Enterprise, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . GANT, DIANE, CFr.l, Birmingham, Nursing . . . 'GAN'Il, ELIZABETH, CFh'.l, McMinnville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . GARDNER, JR., B. T., CSoph.l, Sheffield, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GARDNER, KAY, CJr.l, Memphis, Tennessee, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . GARDNER, LLOYD, CFr.l, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Theta Xi . . . GARDNER, WILLIAM E., CFr.l, Demopolis, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Theta Chi . . . GARMON, SHARYN, CFr.D, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences . . . GARNER, COLIE PATRICIA, CSoph.J, Fayetteville, North Carolina, Home Economics, Alpha Delta Pi. Row Six: GARNER, GLENDA, CJr.l, Birmingham, Education . . . GARNER, ROBERT, CFLD, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . GAR- RETT, DONALD RIAN, CFr.j, Birmingham, Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . GARRETT, FLOYD C., CFr.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences . . . GARRETT, JR., JAMES XV., CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . GARRETT, JOAN ELIZABETH, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Zeta . . . GARRETT, SHERRY, CSoph.l, Albertville, Arts and Sciences, Al- pha Gamma Delta . . . GARRIS, MARSHA, CFr.l, Leroy, Chemistry, Chi Omega . . . GARRISON, JEANNIE, CFr.J, Huntsville, Home Eco- Polge 190 4'vN 4, ,,,7,,. -iv 'ff 4 . 9, ff S0 1 , f - ' we if 4 A 4 f 5 a' . . I ,I 1 ,. " .,A. ' ..,,. , . g 'f m, .-., , ., . W., V f 1. J- .. Se gs' x . at . l f J' ay., , W., ,.-1. f 4 f . f 2 I 1-.:.:s: ,I if , 'I W, , I 4 t ,- as " x ,yk nomics, Delta Delta Delta . . . GARRISON, SUZANNE, CFr.J, Bir- mingham, Chemistry. Row Seven: GARRISON, JR., WVILLIAM C., CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . GARVIN, DURRICE, CFLJ, Flor- ala, Engineering . . . GARY, GORDON P., CJr.j, York, Arts and Sci- ences, Theta Chi . . . GARZAREK, JR., FRANK R., fJr.j, Fairfield, Arts. and Sciences . . . GASTON, RUSSELL, CJr.D, Starkville, Missis- sippi, Arts and Sciences . . . GAUNTT, KAY, CJ1'.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . GAUSE, MARILYN JEAN, CJr.J, Stockton, Arts and Sciences . . . GEBHART, DAVID, CFr.J, Foley, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GEE, M. MICHAEL, CFr.J, Leeds, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Ep- silon . . . GEORGE, CHARLES LOVELL, fJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi. Row Eight: GEORGE, LOREN MICHAEL, CFr.j, Chester, Penn- sylvania, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GOREN, JACK L, CJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . GEVERTZ, LEONARD, CSoph.j, Miami Beach, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . GEWIN, JOHN, QSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci- ences . . . GHEE, MARSHALL DOUGLAS, CSoph.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences . . . GIBBS, JOAN RENEE, CJr.j, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . GIBSON, JR., LEONARD G., CSoph.J, Eight Mile, Engineering . . . GIBSON, ROBERT ADAM, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . GIDLEY, ANNE G., CFr.J, Gadsden, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . GIELLE, JR., FRED H., CJr.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi. Row Nine: GIFFORD, GEORGE, CJr.Jg Nashville, Tennessee, Com- merce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . GILBERT, JR., JOEL, CJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . GILBERT, LAMAR H., CSoph.Jg Gadsden, Engineering . . . GILBERT, JR., MAU- RICE V., CFLJ, Groveoak, Arts and Sciences . . . GILES, CAROLINE, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Home Economics, Delta Gamma . . . GILES, MARY JANE, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . GILES, MIC- HAEL, CFr.D, Florence, Chemistry . . . GILES, SUSAN, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . GILLILAND, JAMES A., CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . GINSBERG, STUART MURRAY, CFr.jg Montgomery, Arts and Sciences. Row Ten: GIRTMAN III, JOHN CARL, QFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . GLASGOWV, JAMES EDWARD, CJr.J, Theodore, Education . . . GLASGOW, MARLENE, CSoph.J, Besse- mer, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . GLASGOVV, SARAH ELISE, CSoph.j, Ruston, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . GLAS- GONV, WVILLIAM J., CJr.J, Hueytown, Arts and Sciences . . . GLASS, JEANETTE J., CFr.J, Gulfport, Mississippi, Education, Delta Phi Epsi- lon . . . GLASSCOCK, BILLIE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . GLOVES, JAMES RUSSELL, fJr.j, Daphne, Arts and Sciences . . . GLENN, ANNE MARIE, CSoph.jg Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . GLENN, EDWARD M., CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Com- merce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu. Annual "South-rising." UNDERGRADUATES Row One: GLENN, REBECCA, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . GLISSON, DEANNE: fFr.lg Anniston, Chemistry, Alpha Chi Omega . . . GLOVER, EMILY, CFr.D, Leroy, Education, Chi Omega . . . GLOVER, LINDA LEE, CFr.l: Birming- ham, Home Economics . . . GLOVER, MARY FRANK, CSoph.l4 Ozark, Home Economics . . . GOBER, GERALD LLOYD, CFr.J, Binningham, Engineering . . . GOBER, DONNA LAVAUGI-IN, CSoph.l, Red Bay, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . GODDARD. JEAN, ULD, Birmingham, Chemistry, Alpha Xi Delta . . . GODFREY, FRANK M., CFr.J, Montgomery, Education . . . GODSEY, IR., HAROLD H., Ural, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: GODWIN, DONNA FAYE, Uizl, Montgomery, Home Economics, Alpha Delta Pi . . . GODWIN, LENFORD M., fFr.l, Albertville, Engineering . . . GOINGS, HAROLD, fFr.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . GOLDNER, MICHAEL S., CSoph.l, Birmingham, Comme-rce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . , . GOLDSMITH, ANITA, CIr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . GOLDSMITH, LARRY IAY, CFr.J, Memphis Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . GOLDSTEIN, MILTON I., ULD, Birmingham, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . GOLONECK, TERRY, Uni, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GOLIDAY, PENNY SUE, CFr.D, Enterprise, Nursing . . . GOLIGHTLY, TIM, CF1-.j, An- niston, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi. Row Three: GONZALEZ, RAY, QFr.j, New York, New York, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . GOOCH, BRIAN EUGENE, CSoph.J, Columbus, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GOOD- ROE, JULIE, tFr.J, Grand Bay, Education . . . GOODSON, MIC- HAEL D., CSoph.j, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Chi Phi . . . GOODVVIN, IR., FRANKLIN H., ULD, Dublin, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . GOODVVIN, KAY, ULD, Sehna, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . GOODWVYN, NANCY, ULD, Jasper, Education . . . GORDON, TRAVIS LYNN, CSoph.J, Dadeville, Arts and Sciences . . . GORDON, VICKI JOAN, ULD, Irlueytown, Commerce and Business Administration, Del- ta Zeta . . . GORDON, VVILLIAM B., Uizj, Brewton, Chemistry, Sig- ma Alpha Epsilon. Row Four: GORMAN, GLENDA, fFr.D, Birmingham, Nursing, Zcta Tau Alpha . . . GORNSTEIN, ION C., Uni, Lincolnwood, Illinois, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . GORTNEY, DONNA, CFr.2, Sylacauga, Education, Delta Gamma . . . GOTTESMAN, LINDA, ULD, Biloxi, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences . . . GOULD, HUGH A., CSoph.2, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GOYER, GINGER, CFLD, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Dcl- ta Delta . . . GRACE, I. VV., CSoph,D, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . GRADDICK, CHARLES ALLEN, fSoph.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . GRAFTON, KAY, ULD, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . GRA- HAM, BILLIE RUTH, CFr.D, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega. Row Five: GRAHAM, EDVVARD LLOYD, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . GRAHAM, GAIL, CFr.j, Grayson, Arts and Sci- ences . . . GRAHAM, MARGARET GIBSON, CSoph.l, Montgomery, Education . . . GRAHAM, IR., MIKE WV. ,tFr.l, Grayson, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GRAHAM, SANDRA, CSoph.l, Dallas, Texas, Arts and Sciences . . . GRAHAM, VVALTER I., QFr.l, Maplesville, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . GRAMLING, HARRIETT, CSoph.J, Oneonta, Home Economics . . . GRAMLING, JANICE, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . GRANT, MARY KAY, CFr.l, Live Oak, Florida, Education . . . GRANT, RODRICK, CF1-J, Birmingham, Engineering. Row S-ix: GRANT, SANDRA JANE, CFr.J, Anchorage, Alaska, Edu- cation, Phi Mu . . . GRANT, RUTH, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . GRANADE, SUSAN, CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . GRAVES, BUTCH, CFr.D, Newberry, South Carolina, Engineering . . . GRAVES, MAURIGE VANLIER, IR., lSoph.l, Hart- selle, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . GRAVES, RHODA, ULD, Birmingham, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . GRAY, ELIZABETH, fFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma D-elta . . . GRAY, PAULA, ULD, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . Page 192 wwf' we , ! Exif C F Q . iv fre' - X we dsl J :lf , m s 45" I 4 X YQ 9 4 f , W , 52419 if X610 IW wwf. -3 . J ,, -. : se:-:::-:N i -- ::,,.gi2i 1 5- egg-:' ,:,f wi. , , 5 ' f . , at S xl N91 , GRAY, RICHARD R., CFr.J, Coker, Engineering . . . GREEN, CAROL, CSoph.J, Bessemer, Education, Pi Beta Phi. Row Seven: GREEN, CAROLYN, CFr.J, Decatur, Education . . GREEN, CONNIE BETH, CFr.J, Hanceville, Arts and Sciences . . . GREEN, JERRY M., CJr.J, Pensacola, Florida, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . GREEN, JUDITH ANN, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GREEN, MARILYN, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . GREEN, NANCY, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Phi Mu . . . GREEN, TON M., fFr.J, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . GREEN, VIVIAN LOUISE, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Xi Delta . . . GREEN, WILLIAMS GREGORY, fSoph.J, Hueytown, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . GREENE, THOMAS C., fF1'.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Eight: GREENE, VIRGIL, CFr.J, Canton, Georgia, Engineer- ing . . . GREENHAVV, JIM, CFr.J, Oneonta, Arts and Sciences . . . GREER, BECKY, CFr.J, Mobile, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . GREER, FRANKLIN, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . GREGORY, CONNIE, CJr.J, Montgomery, Home Economics . . . GREGORY, GAYLE, CFr.J, Mont- gomery, Nursing . . . GREGORY, LYNN, CFr.J, Birmingharn, Home Economics, Kappa Delta . . . GRENTNER, LYNN, CJr.J, Coral Gables, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . GRESHAM, JUDY, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GRESHAM, RICHARD HENRY, CJ1'.J, Greensboro, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi. Row Nine: GRIDER, JANE NICHOLSON, fJr.Jg Wi11de1', Georgia, Education, Kappa Delta . . . GRIFFIN, ANN, CFr.D, Bessemer, Chemis- try, Alpha Delta Pi . . . GRIFFIN, BONNIE L., CSoph.D, Leeds, Education . . . GRIFFIN, CHARLES F., CFr.J, Wliistler, Chemistry . . . GRIFFIN, LINDA LEE, fSoph.Jg Greensboro, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . GRIFFIN, MARSI-IA, CFr.J, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . GRIFFIN, MERLE, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . GRIFFIN, RON- NIE RUSSELL, CFr.J, Jackson, Arts and Sciences . . . GRIFFIN, SANDRA D., CSoph.J, Jackson, Nursing . . . GRIFFIN, SUE ANNE, CSoph.J, Demopolis, Education, Delta Gamma. Row Ten: GRIFFIN, TOM F., CJr.J, Lincoln, Chemistry . . . GRIF- FIS, GEORGIA, fFr.J, Birmingham, Nursing . . . GRIFFIS, JAN, QFLJ, Birmingham, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . GRIGG, JOY, fJr.j, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . GRIGGS, GIL, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . GRIMES, ROBERT, CSoph.J, Elba, Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi . . . GRIMSLEY, GEORGE E., fSoph.D, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . GRISHMAN, DAVID, CJr.J, Biloxi, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . GRISH- MAN, NAOMI E., CFr.J, Biloxi, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . GRISSOM, FRED ALLEN, CJr.J, Russellville, Arts and Sciences. Excaliberl ,,f UNDERGRADUATES Row One: GROENENDYKE, JR., RICHARD A., CSoph.D, Birming- ham, Aits and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . GROOVER, SHERRY D., KFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . GROSS, TERRY S., CJr.D, Tusca- loosa, Engineering . . . GROVE, RUTH ANNE, CSoph.l, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . GRZYMKOWSKI, CAROL, CJ1'.l, Rochester, New York, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . GUEST, JIM- MIE ANN, CSoph.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . GUIN, EMMA KAY, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . GUIN, JOALLEN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Delta Zeta . . . GULLEDGE, GAYLORD, frm, Loxley, Arts and sciences . . . GUNN, JEFF, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering. How Two: GUNTER, JR., JACK, CSoph.J, Phenix City, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . GUNTER, SHERYL E., CJr.J, Syla- cauga, Chemistry, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . GUSTIN, BEBE, CFr.D, Bir- mingham, Commerc-e and Business Administration . . . GUTHRIE, CAROLYN C., CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Phi Mu . . . GUTHRIE, JEAN, CSoph.J, Anniston, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . GUTHRIE, JR., PAUL LAFAYETTE, CFr.l, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . GWIN, CAROLYN, CFr.J, Mobile, Education, Phi Mu . . . HABRAT, MAUREEN E., fSoph.l: Binning- ham, Home Economics, Delta Gamma . . . HACKER, EDWARD BING, CFLJ, Huntsville, Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . HAGAN, JOYCE, fSoph.J, Lexington, Kentucky, Home Economics. Row Three: HAGER, EMILY GRACE, CSoph.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . HAGLER, HILTON, CSoph.l: Decatur, Education, Kappa Delta . . . HAGLER, JR., MARSHAL E., CSoph.l, Northport, Arts and Sciences . . . HAGOOD, FRANK, CFr.j, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . HAGOOD, MARGARET R., CFLD, Evergreen, Education, Chi Omega . . . HAHN, HILDEGARDE, CFr.D, Northport, Chemistry, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HAIGLER, MITCHELL, CFr,J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . HAISLIP, JULIA ELIZABETH, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sci- ences, Phi Mu . . . HALL, EDWARD R., CSoph.D, Greensboro, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . HALL, JAMES CARLISLE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Four: HALL, JOHN, fFr.j, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . HALL, JUDY, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . HALL, KEN- NETH B., CJr.D, Phenix City, Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . HALL, ROGER, CSoph.J, Oxford, Engineering . . . HALL, SANDRA GAYLE, fSoph.l, Anniston, Education . . . HALL, TOMMY W., CFr.l, Ozark, Arts and Sciences . . . HALLBERG, DONNA RUTH, CFr.l, Orlando, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . HALLFORD, ERNEST W., CFLJ, McKenzie, Education . . . HALSELL, JANIE, CFr.D, Elizabeth, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . HAMILTON, CAROLYN B., CSoph.J, Mobile, Education. Row Five: HAMILTON, DUNCAN, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and J. WV., CSoph J' Binningham' Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . HAMILTON, III , . , . , Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . HAMILTON, MARY ALICE, fJr.i, Tuscaloosa, Education, Phi Mu . . . HAMIMSOI-IN, CAROLE, CFr.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . HAMM, JR., E. PAUL, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . HAMMOND, ROBERT T., CJr.J, Decatur, Engineering . . . HAMNER, BOBBY JOE, fSoph.l, Northport, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HAMNER, RONALD PARK, fJr.J, Northport, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Chi Phi . . . HAMPTON, BETTY, CFr.l, Nash- ville, Tennessee, Home Economics . . . HAMPTON, DON A. CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences. Row Six: HANBY, JUDITH, CSoph.j, Gadsden, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HANCHETT, JANET CAROLE, Um, Big Rapids, Michi- gan, Nursing . . . HANCOCK, DAVID E., CSoph.l, Tuscaloosa, En- gineering . . . HENDLEY, LEE WALLACE, fSoph.D, Trussville, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . HANDWERGER, JUDITH EMILY, fFr.D, Mobile, Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . HANES, BEVERLY, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . HANKINS, JUNE, CFr.Q, Hamilton, Education, Phi Mu . . . HANKS, WILLIAM L., CSoph.D, Talladega, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . HANLEY, JOHN, CSoph.D, Gaines- Puge 194 ,y,.,he mm fl .tf jliw ' ville, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega . . . HANNAH, DON, CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta. Row Seven: I-IANNERS, PATRICIA, CFr.l, Gadsden, Engineering, Alpha Delta Pi . . . HANNON, DIANNE, CJr.D, Port sr. Joe, Florida, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . HARBUCK, JAMES M., fFr.l, Enslcy, Arts and Sciences . . . HARDOGREE, A. L., fJr.j, Birmingham, Engineering . . . HARDOMAN, JR., L. B., fJr.l, Tusca- loosa, Arts and Sciences . . . HARDESTY, RAYMOND, CSoph.J, Sil- ver Spring, Maryland, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . HARDIEJOUSKI, ALEC, fEr.J, Port Arthur, Canada, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . HARDIN, CHARLOTTE, fFr.l, Mobile, Education, Delta Zeta . . . HARDIN, FRANCES, fFr.l, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . HARDIN, MICHELLE, KSoph.l, Columbiana, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Eight: HARDIN, PATRICIA, fFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sci- ences . . . HARDING, KAREN, CSoph.l, Leeds, Arts and Sciences . . . HARDWIDK, JAY, CFr.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . HARE, NICHOLAS STALLVVORTH, CSoph.D, Monroeville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . I-IARGROVE, ROBERT G., CJr.l, Binningharn, Engineering . . . HARING, NANCY, CFr.l, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci- ences, Delta Delta Delta . . . I-IARMON, MARY MARGARET, CJr.l, Meridian, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HAROLD, JERRY, CFr.l, Brewton, Arts and Sciences . . . HAROLD, MOREAU S., CFr.l, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HARPER, JR., JOHN CHALMER, QFLJ, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma. Row Nine: I-IARRELL, AVERY B., CJr.l, Birmingham, Engineer- ing . . . I-IARRELL, MADLYN M., CJr.l, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HARRINGTON, JAMES R., QSoph.D, Scottsboro, Engineering . . . HARRINGTON, JR., C. WILLIAM, CSoph.J, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . HARRIS, CAROLYN JANE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . HARRIS, JOSEPH L., CSoph.l, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . HARRIS, LAURA, CSoph.J, Elmore, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . HARRIS, LINDA, fFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . HARRIS, MARY BLEVINS, fFr.J, VVinfield, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Omega . . . HARRIS, PHILLIP MICHAEL, fFr.j, Montgomery, Arts and Sci- ences. Row Ten: HARRIS, SAM, tFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HARRIS, THOMAS, CSoph.j, Quintoro, Chile, Engineering, Acacia . . . HARRISON, AMELIA, fFr.l, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . HARRISON, BARBARA, CSoph.l, Birmingham, Chemistry . . . HARRISON, BEN- TON F., tSoph.l, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration, Sig- ma Nu . . . HARRISON, CAROL, CSoph.D, Columbiana, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . HARRISON, JR., GEORGE W., fSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . HARRISON, JOHN RUTLAND, tSoph.l, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . HARRISON, MARTHA SUE, CSoph.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . HARRISON, NANCY R., fFr.l, Mobile, Home Economics. Nobody loves me anymore! UNDERGRADUATES Row One: HARRISON, JR., RUDOLPH, CJr.J, Marion, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . HARRISON, SUZANNE, CFr.J, Eu- faula, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HARRISON, TERRY, CFr.J, Monroeville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HART, KENNY, fFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . HART, VAN E., CJr.J, Winona, Mississippi, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HARTE, JR., JOHN VV., CSoph.J, Aiken, South Carolina, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . HARTLEY, R. RICHARD, CSoph.D, Greenville, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . HARTLEY, TINA, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . HARTSELLE, DIANNA, fSoph.J, Hartselle, Education . . . HARTSELLE, RICHARD M., CFr.Q, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Two: HARWOOD, DAVID L., CJr.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . HASKEVV, JIMMY, CFr.j, Dickinson, Education . . . HASSON, ESTHER, CFr.D, Montgomery, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . HASSON, JACK I-I., QJr.D, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . HASTIE, CLARA JO, CFr.J, Stockton, Home Economics . . . HATCH, DAVID, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . HATCH, HARRIET, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . HAUN, CHARLES, CSoph.D, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . HAUN, LYNDA, CFr.J, Birmingham, Comm-erce and Business Administration, Delta Gam1na . . . HAVARD, JAMES R., CJr.J, Daphne, Engineering. Row Three: HAVARD, PAULA CLAIRE, CFr.J, Mobile, Educa- tion, Delta Gamma . . . HAVER, DIANE, CFr.J, Childersburg, Edu- cation, Delta Zeta . . . HAVVES, RUSSELL F., CFr.J, Bayou La Batre, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . HAWKINS, DONALD, CFr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . HAVVKINS, TERRELL D., CFr.J, Brilliant, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HAXVLEY, BEVERLY, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . HAVVLEY, ED- DIE, fJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . HAIVTHORNE, JAMES G., CJr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . I-IAYDEN, BILL, CFr.J, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha HAYDEN JAMES MICHAEL C11 Mont omci 5 , 'Q T'-Ds Q VY5 Engineering, Chi Phi. Row Four: HAYDEN, JR., RALPH P., fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Chemistry . . . HAYES, BETTY, CJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HAYES, JOHNNIE C., JR., CSoph.J, Talladega, Arts and Sciences . . . HAYES, PAM, CFr.J, Haleyville, Arts and Sciences . . . HAYS, ROGERS, CJr.J, Pulaski, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . HAYS, WVILLIAM HENRY, CFr.D, Birmingham: Commerce and Business Administration . . . HEARTBURG, SUSAN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . I-IEARTSILL, RANDALL N., CJr.J, Fort Deposit, Arts and Sciences . . . HELLUMS, LAVINIA, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Delta Zeta . . . I-IENCH, VICKI, fSoph.j, Satellite Beach, Florida, Education, Alpha Chi Omega. Row Fine: HENDERSON, GENE, QFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Al- pha Gamma Delta . . . HENDERSON, ROBERT GLEN, CJr.D, Jackson- ville, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . HENDRIX, DON, fFr.J, Russellville, Arts and Sciences . . . HEN- LEY, HOTHALYN, CJr.J, Abbeville, Arts and Sciences . . . HENRY, CAROL ANNE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Nursing . . . HENSON, JAMES, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . HERMAN, HENRY P., CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . HERMAN, RONALD, fSoph.J, Pensacola, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . HERMANN, JOHN NEVILLE, CJr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HERNDON, III ROBIN C., CSoph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Six: HERNER, HORACE, CFr.J, Pensacola, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . HERRING, DOB- BIE, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . HESS, CHARLES M., fSoph.J, Mobile, Engineering, Sigma Chi . . . HESTER, BARBARA JO, CFr.J, Grand Bay, Chemistry . . . HEWES, MARGARET, CFr.J, Birmingham, A1'ts and Sciences . . . HEWES, ROBERT STANLEY, fFr.J,E Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . HEVVITT, ANN, fJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . HICKMAN, EDMOND B., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education . . . HICKMAN, JR., MILTON T., CJr.J, Page 'I96 it' ' 1 if an. :Sl i ' i .. Q , hx W8 , K s N P , , 3 x K A fi . 5-she kd ,,k' 1:71, X Q W 'ft' , gf ,, . 2 s, ' 1- 5 r 53 ff- V s 'X .if 1 5' i 3 X . ,S , Hag' X 1. -1, .:4- N . -Z cuxw, ,gn A 4 F - .. xp 4 lg' if 4-5 f f ' -Q' .I 1 . . as . "1 ' I 1 ' Q , : ,QAM i ,V - . A pay, 4 I h V, ' .,1v f X f' p I. 'img r r' '--:: f V, 4, ' , , at Painter, Virginia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HICKS, CHARLES C., CJr.J, Berry, Engineering. Row Seven: HICKS, CHERRY, CJr.J, Luverne, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HICKS, HARRIET RUTH, CFr.J, Gadsden, Home Economics, Phi Mu . . . HICKS, LARRY E., CJr.J, Gadsden, Education . . . I-IICKS, PATRICIA, fFr.J, Birmingham, Home Econo- mics . . . HICKS, PATRICIA JEAN, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Delta Gamma . . . HIGGINBOTHAM, CAROLINE, CFr.J, Collins- ville, Arts and Sciences . . . HIGGINBOTHAM, JOSEPH JORDAN, 1Jr.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . HIGGINBOTHAM, PAT, fFr.J, Birm- ingham, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . HIGGINBOTHAM, SUE, CFr.D, Pinson, Arts and Sciences . . . HIGGINS, JUDI, lFr.J, Birmingham, Nursing, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Eight: HIGGINS, MARY CHARLOTTE, CJr.D, Montevallo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HILBERT, BARBARA ANNE, CJr.J, Springfield, Illinois, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . HILD- RETH, CHERYL, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . HILDRETH, RODGER PAUL, fFr.J, Brundidge, Arts and Sciences, Theta Xi . . . HILL, BYRON DOUGLAS, CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . HILL, JEAN MARIE, CFr.J, Gadsden, Edu- cation . . . HILL, JOHN DAVID, CFr.J, Talladega, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . HILL, LINDA JOYCE, CSoph.J, Binningham, Arts and Sciences . . . HILL, SAMMIE, CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . HILL, STEPHEN PAUL, fSoph.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Nine: HILL, WILLIAM ANDERSON, CJr.Jg Winfield, Chemis- try . . . HILLARD, EDWARD B., fFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . HILLARD, STELLA, fSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . HILLMAN, PATRICIA N., fFr.J, Sewickley, Pennsylvania, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HIMOVITZ, ROGER A., CFr.J, Hanford, California, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . HINDMARSH, JAMES WESLEY, CFr.J, Fort Smith, Arkansas, Commerce and Business Admin- istration . . . HINES, JR., W. C., CJr.J, LaFayette, Arts and Sci-ences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . HINKLE, ELIZABETH J., CJr.J, Huntsville: Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . HINSHAW, DOROTHY J., CJr.J, Huntsville, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HINTON, SARAH, QSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Kappa Delta. Row Ten: HIRSCH, RICKY, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . HIXON, DWIGHT, CJr.J, Perote, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . HOBBS, CINDEE, fSoph.J, Hampton, Vir- ginia, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . HOBBS, TOMMY RAY, fFr.J, Hueytown, Arts and Sciences . . . HOBSON, THOMAS RAY, CJr.Jg Arlington, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . HODGES, ELLEN, CFLJ, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Kappa Delta . . . HODGES, JR., JOHN E., CJr.J, Gads- den, Cormnerce and Business Administration . . . HODNETTE, F. BROOKS, CSoph.J, Pensacola, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . HODE, GARY LANE, CJ1'.J, Graysville, Arts and Sciences . . . HODULIK, CAROL, CJr.Jg Clinton, New Jersey, Education. Yeoh, look at him bleed! UNDERGRADUATES How One: HOFFMAN, PAULA SUE, CFLJ, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . HOGAN, LYNN, fFr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . HOGG, JOHN, CFr.J, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . HOGG, VVAYNE ALAN, CJr.D, Center Point, Com- merce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . HOGUE, JR., BLANCHARD G., fJr.D, Moulton, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Delta Tau Delta . . . HOLADAY, DELANEY, fFr.lg Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . HOLBERG, ROBERT SCHWARTZ, Ury, Mobile, Education . . . HOLCOMB, DEN- NIS, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HOLDER, KENNETH, CFr.D, Fackler, Arts and Sciences . . . HOLLE- MAN, SUSAN, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta. Row Two: I-IOLLEY, NETTA, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HOLLIDAY, WANDA, fFr.J, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . HOLLIMAN, JACK, CJr.l, Pickensville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HOLLINGS- WORTH, CHARLES EDWARD, CSoph.J, Fayette, Arts and Sciences . . . HOLLIS, CAROLYN, QFLD, Gattman, Mississippi, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HOLM, PAT, CJr.J, Waukegan, Illinois: Nursing . . . HOLMER, C. ARTHUR, CFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HOLMES, ELIZABETH, KEEP, Abbe- ville, Nursing . . . HOLMES, JR., JAMES DRAYTON, fJr.J, Fair- field, Arts and Sciences . . . HOLMES, VIRGINIA L., CJr.J, Bir- mingham, Education, Pi Beta Phi. Row Three: HOLSTON, KATHA, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . HOLSTON, KAY, fFrj, Troy, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HOLT, ALDA, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . HOLT, ELIZABETH, fFr.J, Fort Lauderdale. Florida, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . HOLT, JAN MADELINE, CSopli.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . HOLT, MARY JO, fFr.D, Laurel, Mississippi, Education . . . HOLT, RONNIE FAR- RELL, CJr.J, Elkmont, Arts and Sciences . . . HOLTER, ROBERT L., fFr.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Sig- ma Chi . . . HONEYCUTT, BRENDA, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Educa- tion . . . HQOBLER, TERRY R., CSoph.j, Jasper, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: HOOD, PAULETTE, QFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . HOOKER, PERKY, CFr.j, Huntsville, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . HOOLE, ELIZABETH STANLEY, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci- ences, Chi Omega . . . HOOP, HERBERT MICHAEL, fSoph.D, Hunts- ville, Engineering . . . HOOPER, SUE, CFLD, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . HOOTAN, GLORIA, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Educa- tion . . . HOOVER, ANTHONY EDWARD, fSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . HOOVER, MIKE V., CFLD, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . HOPPER, ROBERT L, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci-ences, Beta Theta Pi . . . HOPSON, BETSY, CSoph.J, LaGrange, Georgia, Education. Row Five: HOPSON, JAMES D., CFLJ, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . HORN, CAROL, CSoph.D, Columbiana, Education, Phi Mu . . . HORN, JACQUELINE, CFr.J, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . HORNE, JR., KENNETH C., CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . HOPE, JOHNIE WADE, CFLD, Mont- gomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . HOS- MER, COY E., CJr.j, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . , HOUCK, GENEVI O'BRIEN, fSoph.j, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HOUGH, PATRICIA JANE, CJr.J, Wyckoff, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . HOUSTON, DENNY WILL, fJrD Dawson Education HOUSTON GAIL Fr t ., 5 J , -.' ... , ,C .J, Goodwaer, Chemistry, Phi Mu. Row Six: HOUSTON, KENNETH J., CJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . HOUSTON, RANDALL FRANK, fSoph.D, Anniston, Nursing . . . HOUTZ, SUSAN KAY, fSoph,J, Slidell, Louisiana, Nursing . . . HO- WARD, BERNARD L., CFr.D, Tallassee, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . HOWARD, CHARLES L., CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HOVVARD, DAVID G., CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . HOWARD, DONALD V., CFr.J, Montgomery, Engineering . . . HOWARD, EDWIN G., fSoph.D, Tuscuinbia, Engi- neering, Kappa Alpha . . . HOWARD, HELEN JUDITH, CSoph.D, Mo- Page 198 , -if 5 fy 4453-,wt fm' , 5 ,, ' Joi' 6 ,WW ':,: .,.,, . x 1 cf ' .,.'. ..L'sL. 29 ". '.iY'- - 'w .. - ew'-",. get T QB We ae, xv 1, 2, , fr K., - l J 1 y. Qi A V I 1 :Lf . -eg Q X ,,. 452 is bile, Education, Phi Mu . . . I-IOVVARD, JUNE, CSoph.Jg Jackson, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta. Row Seven.: HOXVARD, LILLY BELLE, CSoph.D, Springfield. Pen- nsylvania, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta , . . HOWVARD, TERRY, CSoph.Jg Musclc Shoals, Arts and Sciences . . . HOWARD, JR., TOM- MY A., CFLJ: Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Kap- pa Sigma . . . HOVVELL, ANNE, CSOph.J, Eutavv, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HOVVELL, BARBARA DIANE, fFr.J, Geneva, Arts and Sciences . . . HOXVELL, LYNDA, fP'r.J, Anniston, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . HOWELL, MIKE R.g CJr.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . HOWVELL, THOMAS LARRY, CJr.D, Mo- bile, Arts and Sciences . . . HOVVELL, JR., VVILLIAM M., fFr.J, Sylacauga, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi . . . HUBBARD, III, CARL J., CJr.J, Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma. Row Eight: HUBBARD, PRISCILLA, CFr.Dg Birmingham, Home Ec- onomics . . . HUBBICH, MARTHA, CFr.J, Florence, Arts and Sci- ences, Kappa Delta . . . HUBBUCH, ANN EVANS, CJr.J, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . HUCKABEE, INA JOYCE, fSoph.J, Siluria, Arts and Sciences . . . HUDSON, CLAIRE, CFr.J, Jackson, Nursing . . . HUDSON, JOHN TURNER, CFr.Jg Auburn, Com- merce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . HUDSON, XVILLIAM B., fFr.Jg Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . HUEY, BARRY EUGENE, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . HUEY, MARTHA JEAN, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . HUFF, ROBERT PHILLIP, CSoph.J, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Nine: HUFFAKER, CALVIN S., CJr.Jg Chattanooga, Tennesese, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . HUFFAKER, ROBERT AUSTIN, CJr.J, Gentry, Arkansas, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . HUGGINS, ELLEN, CFLJ, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . HUGHES, CAROL A., fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Delta Zeta . . . HUGHES, JACKIE A., CFr.J, VVinfield, Educa- tion . . . HUGHES. JOE, fJr.Jg Cherokee, Arts and Sciences . . . HUGHES, SARAH ELIZABETH, CFr.j, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . HUGULEY, SHEALY, lFr.J, LaFayette: Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Beta Phi . . . HULGON, JEAN, CSoph.j, Crossville, Chemistry . . . HULLET, DONNA, fFr.J, Birmingham, Education. Row Ten: HULSEY, MARY CARLA, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . HUMBLE, NIXON, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Com- merce and Business, Delta Chi . . . HUNDLEY, BOB, fSoph.J, Attal- la, Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . HUNT, MARIE ARA, fFr.J1 De- mopolis, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . HUNTER, CHERYL GENE, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . HURLEY, MARY ANN, CFr.J, Miami, Florida, Home Economics . . . HURST, JR., JOHN COLEN, CSoph.J, Opp, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . HURTT, PATSY, tFr.Jg Choctaw, Chemistry . . . HUTTE, JR., JAMES L., CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kap- pa Epsilon . . . HUTTO, JR., JACK C., CSoph.J, Ozark, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma. Every bocly's our business. UNDERGRADUATES Row One: HUTTO, MARY KATHERINE, CSoph.J, Talladega, Chern- istry . . . HUVER, JACQUELINE, CFr.J, Hastings, Michigan, Educa- tion . . . HYBART, JOHN LEE, CJr.l, Hybart, Engineering . . . HYDE, JOHN RODNEY, CFr.J, Talladega, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . HYMAN, ELLEN, CFr.D, Memphis, Tennessee, Educa- tion, Sigma Delta Tau . . . HYNSON, GERALD RALPH, CFr.J, Do- than, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . INGALLS, CHARLES T., CSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . INGLE, ILA, fJr.J, Nauvoe, Education . . . INGRAM, JR., JOE C., fJr.J, Mount Olive, Engineering . . . INNES, FRED W., CJr.D, Holt, Education. Row Two: IRVIN, JR., ALLEN L., CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ISENBERG, JANICE, fSoph.J, Bir- mingham, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . ISRAEL, JEANNINE, CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . IVERSON, DONNA, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Chemistry, Delta Gamma . . . IVES, SARAH L., CJr.J, Highland Park, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences . . . JACKSON, CAROLINE, fSoph.J, Greensboro, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Kap a Delta . . . JACKSON, DICKEY, CSoph.J, Gadsden, Com- merce andl Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . JACKSON, EVELYN G., CJr.J, Sehna, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . JACK- SON, JERRY VVALTER, CFr.j, Birmingham, Engineering . . . JACK- SON, LARRY, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering. Row Three: JACKSON, ROBERT N., fFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . JACKSON, STAN- LEY BERNARD, CJr.J, Tuscumbia, Engineering . . . JACOBS, JEFFREY, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . JACOBS, PAUL THOMAS, fJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . JACOBS, RICHARD ALLEN, CJr.l, Birmingham, Engineering, Kappa Alpha . . . JACOBS, WILLIAM PARKE, CJr.J, Talladega, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . JAC- QUEMIN, III, C. J., CSoph.J, Trussville, Engineering . . . JAFFY, CARTER ALLEN, CFr.J, Hyannisport, Massachusetts, Education, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . JAMES, BRENDA, CFr.J, Pennington, Nursing . . . JAMES, JR., PRESTON, CSoph.D, Brent, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. Row Four: JAMES, SARA, fSoph.J, Russellville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . JAMES, SUSAN, CSoph.J, Brewton, Arts and Sciences . . . JAMISON, JOHN A., CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . JAMES, JR., OTIS M., CSoph.J, Tihbie, Arts and Sciences . . . JARRETT, PAMELA, fSoph.J, Atlanta, Georgia, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . JASLOVV, DONALD, CSoph.J, Pensacola, Florida, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . JAUDEBEUR, THOMAS S., fSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . JEANES, MICHAEL H., CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . JEFFCOAT, MARTHA EMMA, CFr.J, Gordon, Home Economics . . . JEFFERSON, ANSLEY, tJr.J, Lakeland, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega. Row Five: JEFFRESS, SONDRA LEE, CSoph.J, Poplar Bluff, Mis- souri, Arts and Sciences . . . JEHLE, JAMES ROY, CJr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . JEHLE, KATHRYN L., CJr.J, Montgomery, Home Economics . . . JENKINS, JOHN F., CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . JENKINS, JOHN MCLELLAN, CFr.J, Butler, Arts and Sci-ences . . . JENNINGS, BETTY, CJr.J, Birmingham, Chemistry, Delta Gam- ma . . . JENNINGS, LAURIE E., fFr.J, Gonzalez, Florida, Nursing . . . JENSON, ELIZABETH, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kap- pa Delta . . . JERNIGAN, FRAN, CFr.J, Mobile, Home Economics Al. JERNICAN, KAY, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau p a. Row Six: JERNIGAN, LOWELL, CFr.J, Evergreen, Engineering . . . JERNIGAN, MARY JO, CJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . JESLYN, JULIA V., CJr.J, Wilmington, Delaware, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . JESTER, BENNIE, CFr.J, Cullman, Education . . . JESTER, BETTY, CFLJ, Cullman, Education . . . JESTER, JR., THOMAS W., CSoph.J, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . JETER, ROBERT PERRY, CFr.j, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . JOHNSON, CAROLYN, lSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . JOHNSON, DIANNE, CJr.J, Greenville, Page 200 Chemistry, Zeta Tau Alnha . . . JOHNSON, FRED MICHAEL, CFr.J, Millport, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi. Row Seven: JOHNSON, FREDRIKA, CFr.J, Elba, Education . . . JOHNSON, GEORGE A., CSoph.J, Northport, Education . . . JOHN- SON, GEORGE VVALLACE, CJr.J, Talladega, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . JOHNSON, JEANNIE, CSoph.J, Lanett, Educa- tion, Kappa Delta . . . JOHNSON, LESLIE, CFr.D, Baton Rouge, Louis- iana, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . JOHNSON, MARIJANE, CFr.J, Foley, Education . . . JOHNSON, MARY E., CJr.J, Monroe- ville, Home Economics . . . JOHNSON, MARY REBECCA, lJr.J, Al- bertvillc, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . JOHNSON, PETE, CFr.J, Hardaway, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . JOHNSON, RONALD VVAYNE, lFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi. Row Eight: JOHNSON, SANDRA S., CSoph.J, Decatur, Arts and sciences . . . JOHNSON, STROTHER GREGG, fSoph.J, Hybart, En- gineering, Kappa Alpha . . . JOHNSON, WARREN TYSON, CSoph.J, Tuscumbia, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon . . . JOHNSTON, CAROLYN GAIL, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . JOHNSTON, HELEN, CJr.Jg Mobile, Arts and Sci- ences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . JOHNSTON, JOEL KNOX, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . , . JOHNSTON, JOHN SAMUEL, CFr.J, XVeaver, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . JOHNSTON, VV. LYNNE, CFr.J, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . JOINER, JAMES C., CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . JONES, BECKI, QFr.J, Decatur, Chemistry, Alpha Gamna Delta. Row Nine: JONES, BRYAN, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . JONES, DIANE, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . JONES, DONNA RUTH, CFr.J, Mobile, Home Econo- mics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . JONES, DOROTHY, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . JONES, GEORGE HUGH, CSoph.D, North Springfield, Virginia, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . JONES, HALCYANN, CFr.J, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . JONES, JAN, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Education, Delta Del- ta Delta . . . JONES, JOHN PAUL, CJr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . JONES, JUDITH A., CFr.J, Alexandria, Virginia, Education, Kap- pa Kappa Gamma . . . JONES, JUDY C., CJr,J, Decatur, Arts and Sciences. Row Ten: JONES, JULIAN, CJ1'.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . JONES, H. RONNIE, CJr.J, Chickasaw, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . JONES, KYRA LEE, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . JONES, LESLIE ANN: ULD, Bir- mingham, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . , . JONES, LINDA CAROL, CSoph.J, Cullman, Home Economics . . . JONES, LINDA G., CSoph.J, Mobile, Home Economics, Phi Mu . . . JONES, LOUISE, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . JONES, MARY DRUE, CJr.J, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . JONES, MICHAEL, CSoph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . JONES, ROBERT M., CJr.J, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration. Do you think they put if in the potatoes tonight? : s., f . , ,-. I - UNDERGRADUATES Row One: JONES, ROBERT XVILKINSON, CFr.D, Greenville, En- gineering . . . JONES, VVILLIAM C., CSoph.J, Norfolk, Virginia, Engi- neering, Delta Tau Delta . . . JORDAN, ANNA MARY, flr'r.J, Demo- polisg Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . JORDAN, BETSY, fFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . JORDAN, BRENDA, CJr.J, Anniston, Chemistry, Alpha Chi Omega . . . JORDAN, D. R., CSoph.J, Ozark, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Kappa Sigma . . . JORDAN, JOAN, CJr.J, Arlington, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . JORDAN, JOHN, tEr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . JORDAN, MEL, CJr.J, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . JORDAN, STAR, tFr.J, Montgomeiy, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega. Row Two: JOSEPH, JOSETTE MARIE, CFr.D, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Delta Delta . , , JOYNER, FRANK, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . JUDD, I-IARLAN B., CSoph.D, Huntsville, Engineering . . . JUDD, JORACE THOMAS, fSoph.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . JUDD, JEAN N., CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . JUNKIN, BENNETT C., CFr.J, Carrollton, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . JURKENS, JUDY, CJr.J, Maxwell Air Force Base, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . JUSTICE, JAMES TERRY, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . KAIN, CAROL, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . KAMEN- SHINE, RICHARD H., fJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Zeta Beta Tau. Row Three: KAMPMEIER, ELLEN MARGOT, CJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . KANE, MICHELE, fJr.J, Biloxi, Mississippi, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . KANE, PATRICK, fFr.J, Herrin, Illinois, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . KANEN- CHOFF, CHERRY, CFr.J, Allison Park, Pennyslvania, Education . . . KAPPLOW, VICKIE, CSoph.J, Miami, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . , KARPINSKI, ARLENE M., CFr.J, Media, Pennsylvania, Arts and Sci- ences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . KAUFMAN, RISA, fFr.J, Great Neck, New York, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau . . . KEARNS, VIRGINIA A., CSoph.J, Mobile, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gam- ma. . . . KEASLER, ROBERT GERALD, tJr.J, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences . . . KEOWVN, GERALD, CFr.J, Brewton, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: KEIKES, NICK, CFr.J, Bessemer, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . KEISTER, JUDITH ANN, tFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . KEITH, EVELYN L., QFr.J, Northport, Commerce and Business Administration . . . KEITH, MARGARET: CJr.J, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . KELLER, XVILLIAM E., fJr.J, Albertville, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . KELLERMAN, ELEANOR, tJr.Jg Pittsburg, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences . . . KEL- KEY, PHILLIP BARRY, CFr.J, Albertville, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . KELLEY, JR., J. GUY, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Scienc-es, Phi Gamma Delta . . . KELLEY, JR., JAMES F., CFr.J, Enterprise, Arts and Sciences . . . KELLEY, SUSAN, fFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Row Fioe: KELLEY, VVILNA, CFr.J, Union Town, Education, Kappa Delta . . . KELLY, JOSEPH, CJr.J, Attalla, Arts and Sciences . . . KELLY, KATHY, fSoph.J, Headland, Education, Chi Omega . . . KELLY, KENNETH, fFr.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences . . . KELLY, JR., LAMAR, tSoph.J, Midway, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Pi Kappa Phi . . . KELLY, JR., LEON, fSoph.J, Columbiana: Commerce and Business Administration . . . KELLY, LONNIE A., CJr.J, Blessburg, Engineering . . . KELLY, PATRICIA, fFr.J, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . KEMP, RONALD, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Engineering . . . KENDRICK, BARBARA, tFr.J, Roberts- dale, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Six: KENDRICK, GLENDAg CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . KENDRICK, JEANNE CAROLE, QSoph.J, Montgomery, Nursing . . . KENDRICK, MARY MARTHA, CJr,J, Tuscaloosa, Chemistry, Alpha Delta Pi . . . KENDRICK, SHIRLEY, fFr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . KENNAMER, SEABORN C., CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . KENNEDY, CARTER, CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Ep- silon . . . KENNEDY, DOUGLAS F., CSoph.J, Fairhope, Arts and Sciences . . . KENNEDY, KAY, CFr.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . KENNEDY, SARAH, CJr.D, Mobile, Page 202 'nk ww-, aff KN, ,, ' 5 ,.,. f I ' ' .f f 'Q W 5' C f x? 2 w I W- VR h Q. .-al? E ,.::i-Lg' ,4 . jf- ,,.A V l a X, ,. i I ug:- , X 1 Q , . it gf, f f We? ,gg X Arts and Sciences . . . KENT, JESSE GASTON, CELJ, Haley- ville, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta. Row Seven: KENT, LINDA, QFr,D, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . KENT, MICHAEL, CSoph.l, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . KERR, EDVVARD LAMAR, QSoph.2, Mobile, Com- merce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . KERR, JON ALAN, fSoph.J, Muscle Shoals, Engineering . . . KERR, SHERRY, fSoph.J, Binningham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . KERR, SHERRYL A., QSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . KERSHAVV, II, JOHN KNOX, CJr.j, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . KERZIC, KARL VVILLIAM, fFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . KETTIG, ANNE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Kappa Kappa Gam- ma . . . KETTWITZ, PEGGY, tSoph.J, Houston, Texas, Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi. Row Eight: KIDD, JACK, lSoph.j, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . KIDD, MARY, CJr.J, Hartwell, Georgia, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . KIKER, GERALD WAYNE, CFLJ, Adamsville, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . KILGORE, CLEO, fJr.J, Truss- ville, Home Economics . . . KILGORE, VVILLIAM HENRY, fFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . KILPATRICK, DIANE, fJr.J, Frisco City, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . KILPATRICK, EULA JEAN, CFr.J, Frisco City, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . KIMBERLY, JAN, fFr.J, Binningham, Arts and Sciences . . . KIMMONS, LARRY, CJr.J, Huntsville, Engineering . . . KING, ARVIN, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences. How Nine: KING, DOROTHY SANDRA, QFr.J, Atmore, Nursing . . . KING, EDDIE MARTIN, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . KING, JESSE THOMAS, tjr.J, Anniston, Engineering, Pi Kap- pa Phi . . . KING, NORMAN RICHARD, CJLJ, Collinsville, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . KINSAUL, REGINA J., tFr.1, Tus- caloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . KING, WILLIAM LARRY, QSoph.Q, Blnningham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . KINZER, LEITA, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . KIRBY, VIRGINIA KAY, QJr.l, Mobile, Chemistry . . . KIRCZEW, REBECCA HINSON, fSoph.J, Sel- ma, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . KIRK, ROBERT BOND, QSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Adninistration. Row Ten: KIRKPATRICK, RAYMOND, CFr.J, Winfield, Arts and Sciences . . . KISER, VVILLIAM JOSEPH, CFr.J, Binningham, Com- merce ancl Business Administration . . . KLEIN, BERT LOUIS, CFr.1, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . KLEIN, HENRY MARTIN, CJr.J, Uniondale, New York, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . KLYCE, MICHAEL JOSEPH, CJr.J, Mountain Brook, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . KLYCE, ROBERT WIL- LIAM, CSoph.J, Mountain Brook, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . KNIFF, JEANNE, CFr.J, Bedford, Pennsylvania, Education, Alpha Xi Delta . . . KNIGHT, JOHNNY El, CSoph.J, Jackson, Commerce and Business Administration . . . KNIGHT, VICKI, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . KOCH, CHARLOTTE ANNE, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics. Holy Rollers! UNDERGRADUATES Row One: KOEPPEL, KAY: CFr.D: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Busi- ness Administration: Phi Mu . . . KOHN, JEFF: CFr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences: Zeta Beta Tau . . . KOPEL, RICHARD LEE: CFr.J: Utica, New York: Commerce and Business Administration: Alpha Epsi- lon Pi . . . KOPLON, ELAINE: CJ1'.D: Opelika: Education: Delta Phi Epsilon . . . KOSLOW, RONALD LEE: CSoph.J: Fort WV0rth, Texas: Commerce and Business Administration: Kappa Sigma . . . KRAFTSOW, SUSAN: QFLJ: Fort McClellan: Arts and Sciences . . . KRAKUS, KATHLEEN: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Education . . . KRAUSE, TYRRELL: fJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences . . . KREEGER, MICHAEL: fJr.J: Huntsville: Engineering . . . KROELINGER, MICHAEL D.: CJr.J: Huntsville: Home Economics: Beta Theta Pi. Row Two: KRUPP, MARGARET M.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Education . . . KUCH, EDWARD V.: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences . . . KULMAN, KAY: CFr.J: Houston, Texas: Education: Sigma Delta Tau . . . KUMMEL, BARBARA: CJr.D: Letohatchie: Chemistry . . . KUP- PERSMITH, LAURIE: CSoph.J: Mobile: Chemistry: Delta Delta Delta . . . KUSHNER, HAROLD: QFr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences: Zeta Beta Tau . . . KUSTER, JULIENNE: CSoph.J: Normal, Illinois: Arts and Sciences: Delta Delta Delta . . . KWATER, JAMES L.: CSoph.7: Montgomery: Engineering: Phi Kappa Sigma . . . KYLE, AMELIA: fSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences: Zeta Tau Alpha . . . KYSER, JO ANN: QSoph,J: Fairhope: Commerce and Business Administration: Kappa Kappa Gamma. Row Three: KYZER, CHARLES: CFr.J: Hueytown: Engineering . . . KYZER, DONALD: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sci-ences . . . KY- ZER, RONALD: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering . . . LABORDE, KENNETH: CSoph.D: Huntsville: Engineering . . . LACOSTE, JIM: QFr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business Administration: Delta Tau Del- ta . . . LACEY, JR., HUBERT L.: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Education . . . LACEY, ROBERT ANDREW: CFr.D: Mobile: Engineering: Sigma Chi . . . LACKEY, MARY CARLETON: CFr.J: Birmingham: Home Eco- nomics: Kappa Delta . . . LACY, VIRGINIA: CFr.J: Anniston: Educa- tion: Phi Mu . , . LAGRONE, GLENDA: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Com- merce and Business Administration. Row Four: LAGROVE, BARRY D.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Com- merce and Business Administration . . . LAMAR, JR., XVILLIAM BIBB: QSoph.J: Selma: Commerce and Business Administration: Kappa Alpha . . . LAMB, CHARLOTTE: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . LAMB, JAMES A.: CFr.J: Rome, Georgia: Arts and Sciences . . . LAMB, JOHN H.: CJr.J: Heflin: Commerce and Business Administration: Delta Chi . . . LAMBERT, DONALD LAMAR: QFLJ: Mobile: Engineering . . . LAMBERTH, LANEY LEE: QJr.J: Alexander City: Education: Delta Delta Delta . . . LAMON, JR., CLAR- ENCE DAVID: fJr.j: Prichard: Arts and Sciences . . . LAMOREAUX, JAMES W.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences . . . LAMPKIN, JR., LEONARD E.: fJr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences: Phi Kappa Sigma. Row Five: LAMKIN, III, WILLIAM H.: fSoph.J: Melbourne, Flori- da: Arts and Sciences . . . LANCE, JAMES HARVEY: CJr.J: Birming- ham: Commerce and Business Administration . . . LAND, HESTER B.: CSoph.J: Geiger: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Tau Omega, . . . LANDAU, JR., L. W.: CSoph.J: Albany, Georgia: Arts and Sciences: Zeta Beta Tau , . . LANDERS, DON: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences . . . LAN- DERS, DIANNE: CFLJ: Birmingham: Home Economics . . . LANE, CAROL: CFr.J: Roanoke: Education: Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . LANE, JUDY: fJr.J: Enterprise: Education . . . LANEY, RADFORD PHIL- LIP: CJr.J: Morris: Chemistry . . . LANEY, JR., JOHN MALCOLM: QFLJ: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Sigma. Row Six: LANG, BILL: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering . . . LANG, EDWARD BRIAN: fJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Sig- ma . . . LANIER, JR., JAMES GIBSON: fS0ph.J: Birmingham: Com- merce and Business Administration: Kappa Sigma . . . LANIER, JUDY: CFr.J: Birmingham: Home Economics: Pi Beta Phi . . . LANIER, LUCY: QJr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Gamma Delta . . , LAN- KENAU, PEGGY ANN: CFLD: Naperville, Illinois: Education: Delta Gamma . . . LARD, LYNN: QJr.J: Waterloo: Arts and Sciences . . . LARKIN, BETTY L.: CSoph.J: Coatopa: Education: Alpha Gamma Del- Page 204 fr- as , Alf 9-f "+.,,w 'X - 2 fm, g. Q, J -y , X' ,ff - Xu ta . . . LARKINS, DIANE, CSoph.J, Decatur, Education . . . LASKY, MARCIA, CSoph.Dg Aberdeen, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Phi. Row Seven.: LATIMER, FRANCES, CSoph.Dg Alexander City, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . LASNER, DONALD, CSoph.Dg Mobile, Gom- merce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . LAURUHN, CARLAg CFr.Dg Tarrant, Home Economics . . . LAVENDER, DANNA PAIGEg CFr.Dg Mobile, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . LAVVLEY, MIT- CHELL, QFLJQ Selma, Engineering . . . LAVVRENGE, HERMAN R., CJr.Jg Birmingham, Engineering . . . LAWRENCE, SHERRY, CFr.D5 Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . LAVVSON, GERALD VVAYNE, CSoph.Jg Morristown, Tennesseeg Engineering . . . LAYNE, TERRY, QFLJ, VVarriorg Arts and Sciences . . . LAZAR, BARBARA, fFr.J5 Birminghamg Education. Row Eight: LEAMON, JOSEPH L., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineer- ing . . . LEATHERBURY, ANNE MARIE, fFr.Jg Mobile, Education, Kappa Delta . . . LEAVELL, LAURA, fJr.Q, Montgomeiyg Edu- cation . . . LECATES, BOB, CFr.J, Florence, Chemistry . . . LECROIX, CHARLES D., fFr.Dg Athens, Chemistry . . . LEDBETTER, ANNE, fJr.Jg Tuscaloosag Education . . . LEDBETTER, DANIEL, CJr.J5 Al- bertvilleg Commerce and Business Administration . . . LEDYARD, RIC- HARD H., CSoph.D, Mobile, Engineering, Delta Tau Delta . . . LEE, ANN, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . LEE, JAMES THOMAS, QFLD, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Delta Kappa Epsilon. i Row Nine: LEE, LINDA, CFLD, Birmingham, Educationg Alpha Chi Omega . . . LEE, THOMAS E.g CFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LEE, III, VVILLIAM L., CJr.J, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . LEGUM, LOU ANN, CJr.D, Virginia Beach, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . LEON, MAURA5 CSoph.J, Sewanee, Tennessee, Nursing . . . LESTER, JAMES LARRY, QFLJ, Lanettg Commerce and Business Administration . . . LET- SON, YVILLIAM T., CFLJ, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Admin- istration . . . LEVIN, THOMAS A., CFLJ, Montgomery, Arts and Sci- ences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . LEVY, DUKE, fFr.J, Mobile, Engineering, Sigma Chi . . . LEVY, JEAN, CSoph.Jg Union City, Tennessee, Educa- tion, Alpha Epsilon Phi. Row Ten: LEVY, LYN, fJr.D, Mobile, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . LEVVIS, JANE ELLEN, CSoph.J5 Gallion, Home Economics, Kappa Delta . . . LEVVIS, JAMES, CFr.Dg Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LEWIS, JANIS, CSoph.J, Magnolia, Education . . . LEVVIS, LAURIEg CFr.J, Northportg Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . LEWIS, LINDA J., QSoph.J, Buhlg Nursing . . . LEVVIS, MYRAg CJr.J, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . LEXVIS, SARITAQ QFLJ, Mobile, Education . . . LEVVIS, VVILLIAM R., CEr.Dg Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . LEWIS, JR., WVIL- LIAM RAY, fFr.J5 Sylacaugag Education. You would think they'd go out in Q cor for thot. UNDERGRADUATES Row One: LIBBERS, DAVID, CFr.D, Enterprise, Engineering, Theta Xi . . . LIBBY, ROBERT ARNOLD, CFr.D, Jacksonville, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . LICHTMAN, CHARLES, Ur.D, Greens- boro, Arts and.'Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . LIDDEN, BART, Ur.D, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LIGHT, LUCY J., CFr.D, Fort Smith, Arkansas, Arts and Sciences . . . LIGHTSEY, JR., ROBERT C., Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LILES, JUDY, CFr.D,'Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . LILIEN- THAL, LESLIE, CFr.D, Selma, Engineering, Zeta Beta Tau . . . LIM- BAUGH, CHARLOTTE, CFr.D, Childersburg, Home Economics . . . LIM- BAUGH, JR., JAMES THOMAS, CSoph.D, Childersburg, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Two: LINDLEY, DOUGLAS, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sci- ences, Al ha Tau Omega . . . LINDSEY, ALMA FRANCES, CSoph.D, Jachin, Education . . . LINDSEY, ELLEN, Ur.D, Gadsden, Education . . . LINDSEY, JULIE, CFr.D, Cedartovvn, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . LINDSEY, MARGARET LOU, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences f . . LINDSEY, MICHAEL, CSoph.D, Bexar, Engineering . . . LINDSEY, ODIE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . LINDSEY, PAUL, CFr.D, Leeds, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . LINDSTROM, SUSAN, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education, Chi Omega . . , LINSTON, BRENDA, fFr.D, Cullman, Home Economics. Row Three: LIACHKOFF, VVILLIAM BART, ULD, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . LITTLE, C. JANE, CSoph.D, Eufaula, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . LITTLE, CELESTE, QFr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LIVEAKES, CORNELIUS, Ur.D, Fort Rucker, Arts and Sciences . . . LIVELY, WILLIAM J., CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Lamb- da Chi Alpha . . . LIVINGS, BOBBY, CSoph.D, Chickasaw, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . LIVINGSTON, ED K., Ur.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . LIVIN- STON, JACOB L., CFr.D, Akron, Arts and Sciences . . . LLYOD, CHAR- LOTTE, fFr.D, Pell City, Education . . . LLYOD, EUBERT G., CJr,D, Pensacola, Florida, Education. Row Four: LLYOD, JANET, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . LLYOD, VVILLIAM B., fSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . LOCHRIDGE, LEILA LYNN, Ur.D, San Marino, California, Education . . . LOFTIN, DONNA GAYE, Ur.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . LOLLAR, JR., COLEMAN A., CFr.D, W-est Jefferson, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . LOLLEY, RALPH, CFr.D, Silas, Arts and Sciences . . . LONG, DOUGLAS R., CSoph.D, Lake VVorth, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LONG, III, HAROLD A., fSoph.D, Mobile, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . LONG, JU- LIA, CSoph.D, Stewart, Education . . . LONG, LOUISE, CFr.D, Frisco City, Education, Alpha Chi Omega. Row Five: LONG, SARAH A., CFr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . LONGSHORE, JAMES L., CSoph.D, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LO- OMIS, LINDA, CSoph.D, Meridian, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . LOPER, LONNIE, Ur.D, Milley, Education . . . LORD, JAY, QSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . LOTT, DEDE, Ur.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gam- ma . . . LOTT, FRANCES, CFr.D, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . LOVE, KAY, Ur.D, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . LOVELACE, HESTER, Ur.D, Pensacola, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . LOVELESS, JOHN MICHAEL, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Six: LOVVE, MARTHA SUZANNE, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . LOVVMAN, JR., RONALD, CFr.D, Gadsden, Engineer- ing . . . LUCKIE, KATHERINE, Ur.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . LUDVVIG, GERALD, CFr.D, Effingham, Il- linois, Engineering . . . LUKER, FREIDA GVVEN, QFr.D, Uriah, Edu- cation . . . LUMPKIN, NANCY, CSoph.D, Bessemer, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . LUMPKIN, REBECCA ANN, CSoph.D, Gads- den, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . LURIA, ANNE H., QFr.D, Jenkin Town, Pennsylvania, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Epsi- lon Phi . . . LUTEN, JR., NORMAN S., CFr.D, Phenix City, Arts and Page 206 Sciences . . . LUXENBERC, RANDY LEE, Ur.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences. Row Seven: LYERLY, JR., RALPH THOMAS, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . LYKES, DIANE, CFLJ, Birmingham, Chemistry . . . LYLIL, DOUGLAS P., CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . LYNCH, CLIFFORD W., CSoph.D, Mobile, Engineering, Phi Delta Theta . . . LYNCH, ROBERT E., QSoph.J, York, Chemistry . . . LYNN, DANNY, CFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Theta Chi . . . LYON, JUDITH ANN, Uizj, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . LYONS, SALLY, QFr.J, Harrisburg, Education, Delta Gamma . . . McADAMS, JOHN, QFr.J, Kennedy, Arts and Sciences . . . McADORY, LOUIS, Ur.J, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences. Row Eight: McAFEE, RAY C., CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MCALLISTER, MARY JO, Ur.J, Pensacola, Florida, Education . . . MCARDLE, ROBERT, CSoph.j, Birmingham, Education, Theta Xi . . . MCBRIDE, BESS, CFr.D, Greenville, Educa- tion, Chi Omega . . . MCBURNEY, JANE, QSoph.J, Memphis, Tennes- see, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . MCCAIN, I-IENRIETTA, CFr.J, Livingston, Nursing, Kappa Delta . . . MCCAIN, ROBERT E., Ur.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MCCALEB, MARY LOU, Ur.J, Huntsville, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . Mc- CARTER, DONALD E., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . MCCASKILL, DANNY F., CFr.J: Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Nine: McCALLA, DIANA LYNN, CFLJ, VVhistler, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MCCAUSLAND, JAMES S., Ur.J, Dornington, Pennsylvania, Arts and Sciences, Theta Xi . . . MCCLENDON, CLENDA, Ur.J, Spruce Pine, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . MCCLIN- TOCK, JR., RICHMOND CHARLES, Ur.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . MCCLINTON, E. JOY, CFr.J, Hueytown, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . MCCLUSKY, VVANDA, Ur.J, Phenix City, Arts and Sciences . . . McCOLLOUGH, PAT, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MCCONAGHY, CHESTER ALLEN, ULD, Tusca- loosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MCCONACHY, RO- BERT C., CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . MCCONNELL, MARY LOUISE, CFr.l, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta. Row Ten: MCCONNELL, NELL, CFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Phi Mu . . . MCCOOL, DIANE SPRINCER, CSoph.J, Gordo, Education . . . MCCORMICK, FRED, CSoph.J, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . MCCORMICK, MIKE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . MCCRAVV, ROBERT A., fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . McCRORY, ROBIN, Ur.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . MCCULLAR, JAMES R., CSoph.J, Hueytown, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . MCDANIEL, JOE, CI-TLD, Paris, Illinois, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . McDANIEL, RANDALL E., CFr.J., Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences . . . MCDAVID, LEE A., CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega. Being pinned takes the coke, but I clon't like the icing. UNDERGRADUATES Row One: MCDONALD, LINTON GARNER, CSoph.J, Fairhope, Arts and Sciences . . . MCDONALD, MICHAEL L., QFr.J, Sheffield, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . MCDOUGLE, CYNTHIA, CFr.J, Dothan, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . MCDOVVELL, PAUL DOUG- LAS, fFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . McELROY, WVILLIAM B., CJr.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Kappa Sigma . . . MCENIRY, III, JOHN HOWARD, CFr.J, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences . . . MCGEE, MONIQUE, fJr.D, Jacksonville, Florida, Chemistry . . . MCGEEVER, FRANCES LYNN, CFr.J, Santa Barbara, California, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . MCGEHEE, JAKE ROBERT, CSoph.Jg Troy, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . Mc- GEWIN, JOHN D., CFr. J, Jackson, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: MQGILL, PHIL GRAY, CSoph.J, Prichard, Engineering . . . MCGINTY, M. MAXINE, CJr.J, Atlanta, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . MCGOUGH, MARY HELEN, CJr.J, Montgomery, Home Economics, Alpha Delta Pi . . . MCGOUIRK, DON, CJr.J, Tusca- loosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . MCGRAWV, MILAM', CSoph.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . MCGUIRE, PATTI, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Kappa Delta . . . MCHUGH, KITTIE, QFLJ, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Omega . . . MCINTOSH, ANITA L., CFr.Jg Tuscaloosa, Education . . . MCINNIS, MARY BETH, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . MCINTOSH, PATSY, CSoph.J, Cullman, Home Economics. Row Three: McKAY, BARBARA ANNE, CSoph.J, VVinfield, Arts and Sciences . . . McKEE, ELIZABETH F., CSoph.J, VVashington, D. C., Home Economics . . . MCKENZIE, GIBSON, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . McKENZIE, LYNN, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences . . . MCKERALL, MERRY E., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . MCKINLEY, MERRY, QSoph.J, Mobile, Education . . . MCKINNEN, ROBERT XV., CJr.J, Alexander City, Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . MCKINSTRY, ELOISEQ QFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Zeta . . . MCKINZEY, JANE CLAIRE, CSoph.J, Northport, Arts and Sciences . . . MCLANEY, III, C. KNOX, CSoph.J, Sprague, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta. Row Four: MCLEAN, PEGGY, QFLJ, Montgomery, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MCLELLAN, DENISE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Educa- tion, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MCLELLAN, JR., MALCOLM ROBERT, CJr.J, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration . . . McLEMORE, LAXVRENCE BEAR, CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . MQLEOD, KATIE PATRICIA, CJr.J, Pensacola, Florida, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . MCMASTERS, RO- BERT A., CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . MCMAI-IEN, KATHRYN JO, CFr.J, Leeds, Arts and Sciences . . . MCMILLAN, JAMES DAYTON, CFr.J, Weaver, En- gineering, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . MCMILLAN, ROLAND VVAYNE, fFr.J, Grove Hill, Arts and Sciences . . . MCMINN, JAN, CSoph.J, Tus- caloosa, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma. Row Five: McMULLIN, JAMES MICHAEL, fFr.J, Decatur, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . MCNAIR, JAMES RAYBURNQ CSoph.J, Tus- caloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MCNEIL, KITTY, CFLJ, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MCPETERS, JOHN SIDNEY, QFLJ, Huntsville, Engineering, Delta Chi . . . McPHAUL, CHRISTINE, CJr.J, Ozark, Education . . . MCPHERSON, L. DOUGLAS, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MQPHER- SON, REBECCA C., CSoph.J, Albany, Georgia, Education, Delta Zeta . . . MCPOLAND, HELEN, CJr.Jg Clearwater, Florida, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . MCQUILLEN, KAREN, CJr.D, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MCQUILLEN, MARSHA, QFLJ, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega. Row Six: MCTYEIRE, WILLIAM, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . MCVVHORTER, MARY SUE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Delta Pi . . . MCVVILLIAMS, GAY, CJr.J, Tuscumbia, Home Economics, Chi Omega . . . MACKAY, MARIAN ELIZABETH, fJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . MACKELDEN, TEDDI, CFr.j, Miami, Florida, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . MACOMBER, SHIRLEY, CJr.D, Huntsville, Home Economics, Alpha Delta Pi . . . MACON, FRANK, CSoph.D, Bes- semer, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . MADDOX, JR., EVER- ETTE H., CSoph.J, Prattville, Arts and Sciences . . . MAGILL, RIC- HARD, CFr.J, Prattville, Arts and Scienc-es, Beta Theta Pi . . . MA- Page 208 33135: 1 'tres i ,, iw . is 4 , Vx 5 ,as W w ,V-nr A 1 sv, A f Wx Z., L aw e, , I 2 54 1- 5 -I K S .R ix -- ,.,. as A .fwz Y Y l ,, ., ,V, W, ,V g 2 '. 4 K 4 N X t Ear X M X 1 .F I ,f 'Fx by W' .. 'si . Q, vs' . 1 lx St x X' -4 if , 1 t Askew :fy jan 4: ,I fa Q was W. a l I4 X, XX Ie -' 121.1 4 V 4 42' .v Q df: X CRUDER, BRENDA, CFr.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Education, Chi Omega. Row Seven: MAHAN, KENNETH E., CJr.J, Mobile, Engineering, Phi Kappa Psi . . . MAJORS, MARY E., CELQ, Greenville, Home Eco- nomics, Alpha Xi Delta . . . MAKOWSKI, BEVERLY A., fS0ph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . MALLINI, GINGER, QSoph.J, Daphne, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MALONE, ANNA LAURA, fFr.J, Demopolis, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . MALOY, GERALD P., CSoph.D, Albany, New York, Educa- tion, Theta Xi . . . MALONEY, KATHLEEN PATRICIA, CJr.J, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences . . . MANC-RUM, KATHRYN ANNE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MANN, PATRISHA S., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . MANNINC-,' JOHN F., fSoph.J, Cuntersville, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega. Row Eight: MANNINC, MILDRED, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . MANUEL, BILL, CFr.J, Parrish, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Chi Phi . . . MARCUS, ELLIOT, CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . MARCUS, NORRIS H., I Fr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . MARCUS, PATRICIA VALERIA, CFLD, Bimningliam, Chem- istry . . . MARKHAM, N. DEAN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Chemistry . . . MARKS, BARBARA MILLER, CJr.j, Memphis, Tennessee, Educa- tion, Pi Beta Phi . . . MARKS, BEVERLY, fSoph.J, Miami, Florida, Nursing, Sigma Delta Tau . . . MARQUARDT, III, VVILLIAM' CHARLES, CFr.J, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences . . . MARRINER, JAMES M., fJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Nine: MARSH, CARY, CFLD, Dothan, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . MARSHALL, JUDY, CFLJ, Bir- mingham, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . MARTENS, LINDA, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Chemistry . . . MARTIN, BOBBY, CFr.J, Slocomb, Arts and Sciences . . . MARTIN, CINDA, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education, Phi Mu . . . MARTIN, DONALD, QEr.J, Sheffield, Pre Law . . . MARTIN, JR., JAMES B., KSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . MARTIN, JAY., CF1'.D, Decatur, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . MARTIN, LARRY BRYANT, CJr.J, Anniston, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . MARTIN, TERRY, CSoph.J, Camden, Nursing. Row Ten: MASI-IBURN, DALE, CFLJ, Pell City, Arts and Sciences . . . MASHBURN, DONALD D., CSoph.J, Cadsden, Chemistry . . . MASHBURN, THOMAS C., CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . MASON, ANN, CFLD, Thomas- ton, Home Economics . . . MASON, DIXIE, CFr.J, Mobile, Nursing . . . MASON, KATHY, fSoph.J, Tampa, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . MASON, MIKE, CFr.j, Montgomery, Education . . . MASON, NANCY RHE, CFr.J, Cuntersville, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . MASON, ROBERT RICHARD, CJr.D, C-untersville, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . MASON, TOMMY, CFr.J, Union Springs, Commerce and Business Administration. Wild Goose? UNDERGRADUATES Row O-ne: MASSENGALE, IR., VV. I., Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . MASSEY, JR., BENNETT R., CSoph.D, Alexander, Educa- tion, Delta Tau Delta . . . MASSEY, CHARLES E., fF1'.D, Madison, Arts and Sciences . . . MASSEY, IR., RALPH EDVVARD, CSoph.D, Cha- tom, Chemistry . . . MASSIE, RICHARD VV., fFr.Dg Tuscaloosa, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . MASSINGILL, CAROL ANNE, CFr.D, Aliceville, Education . . . MATHER, ALEXANDER N., CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsi- lon . . . MATHEVVS, CHARENE, CFr.D, Graysville, Arts and Sciences . . . MATHEVVS, HUEY L., CFIZD, Eutaw, Engineering . . . MATHEVVS, MARY JANE, fFr.Dg Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta. Row Two: MATHISON, III, GEORGE B., Ur.D, Titusville, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . MATHISON, MARILYN, CSoph.D, Abbeville, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . MATHISON, WILLIAM CHRIS, Ur.D, Abbeville, Engineering, Kappa Sigma . . . MATTHEVVS, BARBARA DANE, CSoph.D, Northport, Arts and Sciences . . . MAT- THEWS, HENRIETTE, Ur.D, Camden, Nursing, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . MATTI-IEVVS, HILLARD GLENN, CFr.D, Florence, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . MATTHEWS, PAMELA HOPE, fFr.D, Mobile, Home Economics, Phi Mu . . . MATTHEWS, PAUL RICHARD, CFr.D, Scottsboro, Engineering . . . MATTHEVJS, PAULA, CFr.D, Sikeston, Missouri, Home Economics, Delta Delta Delta , . . MATTISON, MICHAEL NVARREN, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega. Row Three: MAULDIN, HEVVITT MICHAEL, CSoph.D, Gadsden, En- gineering . . . MAUSER, NANCY, CFr.D, Montgomery, Nursing . . . MAUTER, PATRICIA ANN, fFr.D, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . MAXWELL, IO ANN, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . MAX- VVELL, KELVIN, CFr.D, Northportg Arts and Sciences . . . MAXWELL, LESLIE, Ur.D, YVest Point, Georgia, Arts and Sciences . . . MAY, MARLENE, CFr.D, Jasper, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . MAYS, IR., RICHARD XV., CSoph.D, Lake VVorth, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . MAYFIELD, PHYLLIS MARILYN, fFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Del- ta Gamma .... MAYHALL, JACK, fSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha. Row Four: MAZER, LOIS LYNN, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education . . . MEACHAM, GINGER, CSoph.Dg Mobile, Home Economics . . MEADE, DEVA MARLENE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Bus- iness Administration . . . MEADE, HARDEMAN S., CSoph.D, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . MEADOWVS, E. M., Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Admin- istration . . . MEADOVVS, JACKIE, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . MEAGHER, VICKI, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . MEANS, KATHERINE, CFr.D, Montgomery, Nursing . . . MEI- GHAN, LYNN C., Ur.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gam- ma . . . MEIGHAN, MARY SPENCE, CFr.D, Gadsden, Education, Kap- pa Kappa Gamma. Row Five: MENSING, BRANNON, CFr.Dg Birmingham, Engineering . . . MERRELL, RONALD CLIFTON, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . MESHAD, MICHAEL W., CFr'.D, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . MESSINA, DARYL R,, Ur.D, Enterprise, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . MESSINGER, CAROLYN, Ur.D, Demopolis, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . METTS, DEWVEY N., CFr.D, Maxwell Air Force Base, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . MEYER, NANCY, fSoph.D, Decatur, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . MEYERS, ESTA, CSoph.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau . . . MIC- HAELS, CHARLOTTE ANNE, CSoph.D, Reading, Pennsylvania, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . MICHAELSON, JEFFRY, CSopli.Dg Foley, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau. Row Six: MIDDLETON, SUSAN, CFr.D, Scottsboro, Arts and Sci- -ences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . MILDE, DICK, Ur.D, Grant, Engineering . . . MILES, RICHARD M., CF1-.D, Merritt Island, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . MILEY, DOREEN A., CSO- ph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . MILLER, DAVID M., CSoph.D, Northport, Engineering, Sigma Nu . . . MILLER, BARBARA, CFr.D, Strasburg, Virginia, Nursing , . . MILLER, BARRY, QEr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MILLER, BETH, fFr.D, Mobile, Education, Del- ta Phi Epsilon . . . MILLER, CINDIE LESLIE, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Edu- Page 210 Q. f. 'zsvga fi ,SY ff f cation, Kappa Delta . . . MILLER, IR., ELBERT' G., CFLJ, Birmingham, Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma. Row Seven: MILLER, ELIZABETH L., fFr.j, Bessemer' Education' chi omega . . . MILLER, JR., HERBERT CRAWFORD,, Ura, Bir: mingham, Chemistry, Phi Delta Theta . . . MILLER, JOHN, CSoph.I, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MILLER, KA- REN M., fSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . MILLER, LANDON, CSoph.D, Pensacola, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . MILLER, MARCIA L., CSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . MILLER, SAMUEL JONES, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . MILLS, ANDREVV I., CSoph.D, Goshen, Engi- neering . . . MILLS, MYRNA CELESTE, CFLD, Birmingham, Education . . . MILLS, WILLIAM' CORDELL, CIr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences. How Eight: MILNER, ELIZABETH H., CSoph.D, VVetumpka, Edu-- cation . . . MILSTEAD, DONNA LYNNE, CFLD, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . MINCE, BRENDA, CFLD, Fort Payne, Arts! and Sciences . . . MIREE, BEN, ULD, Birmingham, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . MITCHELL, CECILA ANN, CSoph.D, Bir- mingham, Home Economics, Alpha Xi Delta . . . MITCHELL, GEORGE JOHN, CELQ, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . MITCHELL, H. DIXON, ULD, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MITCHELL, IIMMY, Ural, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . MIT- CHELL, KAY ALLEN, CFLJ, Phenix City, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . MITCHELL, MARY IOSITA, ULD, Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Row Nine: MITCHELL, M. C., CSoph.D, Ilion, New York, Engineer- ing . . . MITCHELL, PETER WAYNE, ULD, Luverne, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . MITCHELL, IR., P. F., ULD, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . MITCHELL, PHYLLIS, CFLD, Theodore, Home Economics . . . MITCHELL, RAY, CFLD, Brant- ley, Arts and Sciences . . . MITCHELL, SUSAN, CSoph.J, Fairborn, Ohio, Niusing . . . MITCHELL, WILLIAM MICHAEL, CFr.J, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MIZE, RONNY, ULD, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . MIZELLE, IOHN, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Engineering . . . MOAK, MARTHA, CSO- ph. D, Butler, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega. Row Ten: MODICA, SANDRA L., CFr.j, Eglin Air Force Base, Flori- da, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . MOECK, KAREN, CSoph.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MOLETTE, EUGENIA PAGE, lFr.J, Orrville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . MOLLER, PALMI, fFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . MOLLISON, BUDDY, CFLD, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . MOMAN. I. ROBERT, CIr.D, Tusca- loosa, Arts and Sciences, Theta Xi . . . MONAGHAN, PEGGY, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . MONETTE, BILL, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MONK, KENNETH E., H1-J, Ensley: Commerce and Business Administration . . . MONKE, KATHRYN LEIGHT, fSoph.D, Coral Gables, Florida, Home Economics. Gypsy Rose Hoss. UNDERGRADUATES Row One: MONTGOMERY, VIRGINIA C., CSoph.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Kappa Delta . . . MONTGOMERY, IVILLIAM JOSEPH, CSoph.D, Columbia, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . MOODY, EARLE FARLEY, CSoph.D, Dothan, Chemistry, Sigma Nu . . . MOON, GEORGE B., Ur.D, Montgomery, Engineering, Delta Tau Delta . . . MOON, LIN- DA, fSoph.D, Leeds, Arts and Sciences . . . MOORE, ARTHUR E., Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . MOORE, GEORGE B., CFr.D, Sarasota, Florida, Engineering . . . MOORE, JAMES A., CFr.D, Opp, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . MOORE, LOU- RANA JONES, fSoph.D, Camden, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . MOORE, PHILIP J., Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. Row Two: MOORE, RACHEL E., fSoph.D, Northport, Education . . . MOORE, SHERRAE A., CFr.D, Gadsden, Nursing . . . MOORE, III, PA- TRICK FRANKLIN, Ur.D, Anderson, South Carolina, Arts and Scienc-es, Delta Tau Delta . . . MORAN, DOUGLAS B., CFr.D, Grand Bay, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . MORGAN, CHARLES B., Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . MORGAN CHARLES J., CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . MORGAN, LARRY NV., CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . MORGAN, MADELYN, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education . . . MORGAN, MILLARD CLYDE, Ur.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . MORGAN, PATRICIA DALE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education, Phi Mu. 1 Row Tlzree: MORGAN, YVILLIAM VV., CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sci- ences, Sigma Chi . . . MORRIS, CHARLES T., Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . MORRIS, CHARLES XV., Ur.D, Tar- rant, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MORRIS, JODIE, QSO- ph.D, Mobile, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MORRIS, SAUNDRA, CFr.D, Winfield, Home Economics . . . MORRISON, E. LINVVOOD, Ur.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MORRISON, EDNA LEAH, CFr.D, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . MORRISON, KATHLEEN, Ur.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . MORROVV, JIMMY D., Ur.D, Piedmont, Engineering . . . MORROVV, JOYCE E., Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Education. ' Row Four: MORTON, BRUCE EDVVARD, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . , MORTON, JAMES B., Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . MORZE, GERALD A., Ur.D, Beverly, Massachusetts, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . MOSELEY, DOUG, CFr.D, Dothan, Arts and Sci- ences . . . MOSELEY, RICHARD, CFr.D, Dothan, Engineering . . . MOSES, KEN, Ur.D, Morristown, Tennessee, Education . . . MOSKO- VITZ, ELLEN, CFr.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau . . . MOSLEY, E. ELAINE, Ur.D, Birmingham, Education, Delta Zeta . . MOSS, CAROL ANNE, CFr.D, VVinfield, Education . . . MOSS, HELEN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Fine: MOSS, VICKY LANE, Ur.D, VVintield, Education . . . MOTT, NANCY, CFr.D, Selma, Arts and Sciences . . . MOUDRY, JO- SEPH L., CFr.D, Birmingham, Engineering . . . MOYER, MARY, Ur.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MUELLER, LAUREL ANN, CSoph.D, Florala, Home Economics . . . MULLER, CHRISTINA WELLES, fSoph.D, Memphis, Tennessee, Education, Chi Omega . . . MUL- LINS, DONALD RICHARD, Ur.D, Birmingham, Engineering, Delta Tau Delta . . . MULLINS, JIM, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . MULLINS, SANDY, CFr.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sci- Enfzes, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . MULVIRHILL, BECKY, fFr.D, Selma, wucation. Row Six: MUNDY, EVELYN, CFr.D, Choctaw, Nursing . . . MUNTZ, JANET, CFr,D, Birmingham, Education . . . MURDOCK, SONJA, CFr.D, Samson, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MURFEE, MAR- GARET, Ur.D, Prattville, Education, Kappa Delta . . . MURPHREE, DIANNE, fFr.D, Decatur, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MUR- PHY, BETSY, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . MURPHY, CATHERINE, CFr.D, Anniston, Arts and Sciences . . . MUR- PHY, MARILYN, CSoph.D, Northport, Education, Alpha Xi Delta . . Page 212 MURPHY, MARY, CJr.l, Birmingham, Education, Chi Omega . . . MUR- RAY, BONNIE, CFr.l, Huntsville, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Seven: MURRELL, CHARLES M,, fFr.j, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . MURRELL, LINDY, CJr.l, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . MYHAND, Cl-IERYL, CSoph.D, West Point, Geor- gia, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . , MYRICK, DAVID, CJr.l, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . MYRICK, JUSTIN, CJr.l, Saint Joseph, Tennessee, Engineering , . . NAGLE, DAVID L., CFr.l, Huntsville, Engineering . . . NAHOOM, GEORGE A., CSoph.l, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . NANCE, WILLIAM, CFr.D, Tarrant, Arts and Sciences . . . NAPPIER, JIMMY, CFr.l, Roanoke, Arts and Sciences . . . NASON, CAROLYN, CJr.D, Birmingham, Education, Pi Beta Phi. now Eighif NATIONS, FLORA MARIE, 4Ei-.7, Ui-inn, Arts and Sciences . . . NATTER, PATRICK J., CFr.j, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration , . . NEAL, JILL, QJr.l, Birmingham, Edu- cation, Delta Zeta . . . NELL, THOMAS RICHARD, fFr.l, Lowndes- horog Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . NELSON, ALIX, CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . NELSON, CELIA DEVAN, CJr.l, Birmingham, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . NELSON, JR., DUDLEY A. R., fJ1'.l, Mobile, Engineering . . . NELSON, GLENN, CFr.l, Dothan, Arts and Sciences . . . NELSON, JERRY M., CJr,D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . NELSON, LINDA, CFr.l, Tuscaloosa, Education, Delta Gamma. Row Nine: NELSON, LOWVELL THOMAS, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . NESS, SUZANNE R., CFr.l, Huntsville, Education , , . NESTMAN, CHADWICK H., CSoph.l, Chickasaw, Education . . . NEVVHOFF, JANICE, fFr.l, Atlanta, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Al- pha Chi Omega . . . NEWHOFF, MARILYNN, fJr.D, Atlanta, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . NEVVSOM, GUNTER, CSoph.l, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . NICHOLS, ANNA LU, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . NICHOLS, ANNE CARLETON, CJr.l, Tuscaloosa, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . NICHOLS, CHARLOTTE AMANDA, fFr.l, Fort Payne: Arts and Sciences . . . NICHOLS, JOAN, CFr.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau. Row Ten: NICHOLS, KATHERINE E., CFr.j, Thomasville, Nursing, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . NICHOLS, SARAH ELLEN, CSOph.l, Bir- mingham, Chemistry . . . NICOLAS, PATRICIA, CJ1'.l, Jackson, Missis- sippi, Education . . . NIEHUSS, FERN, CSoph.l, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci-ences, Phi Mu . . . NIX, CLYDE VVAYNE, fJr.D, Prattville, Arts and Sciences . . . NIX, GERALD, fFr.l, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . NOBLIN, BEN A., CJr.l, Greenville, Engineering, Acacia . . . NOE, DANNY, CFr.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . NOLAND, BRENDA, CSoph.D, Moores Bridge, Home Economics . . . NOLEN, JAMES S., fJr.j, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha. Well, I Told you to put the cot out lost night. UNDERGRADUATES Row One: NOMBERG, SUSAN, Ur.D, Dothan, Education, Sigma Del- ta Tau . . . NOEGEL, LARRY S., CSoph.D, Starke, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . NORDHOLZ, MICHAEL, CFr.D, Marietta, Georgia, Arts and Sciences . . . NORRED, KATHRYN MARIE, CFr.D, Pine Apple, Arts and Sciences . . . NORTHCUTT, MARILYN L., CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . NORVELL, MARGARET PARKER, Ur.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . NOR- WOOD, IACOUELINE, CFr.D, Choctaw, Arts and Sciences . . . NOR- VVOOD, III, LEONARD L., CFr.D, Carrollton, Commerce and Business Administration . . . NOVVELL, IR., DURYVOOD A., Ur.D, Heaclland, Arts and Sciences . . . NUNNALLY, MARY ANN, fSoph.D, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Two: NYHAN, RICHARD S., Ur.D, Huntsville, Engineering . . . OAKS, MERI LYNN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Del- ta Pi . . . OBERT, III, CLOYD I., fSoph.D, Bessemer, Engineering . . . O'BRIEN, SANDRA, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . O'BRIEN, TERRYE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Nursing . . . O,DONNELL, PATRICK MARTIN, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . O'HARA, MARY PATRICIA, CFr.D, Selma, Arts and Sciences . . . OLIVER, ROBERT L., Ur.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . OLER, LINDA L., fSoph.D, Svracuse, New York, Nursing . . . OLIVER, MICHAEL DOUGLAS, fFr.D, Selma, Pre Law. Row Three: OLSON, MARILYN, CFr.D, Decatur, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . OPPER, RAY V., CFr.D, Selma, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . ORR, RAYMOND W., CSoph.D, Birmin ham- Arts and Sciences . . . OSBORN BYRON K: r , s , , , CJ .D Collinsville, Education . . . OSBORN. IOHN A., fSoph.D, Birmingham, Chemistry , . . OSBORNE, ROSALIND, Ur.D, Birmingham, Home Eco- nomics . . . OSBOURN, JERRY, CSoph.D, Sylacauga, Arts and Sci- ences . . . OSWALT. LETHA, CFr.D, Wfinfieldg Education . . . OVERTON, DONALD EUGENE, CFr.D, Mobile: Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . OVVEN, DAVID D., Ur.D, Ashland' Arts and Sciences. Row Four: OWEN, GEORGEANNQ CFr.D, Pell City, Arts and Sci- ences . . . OWEN, RONALD S., CSoph.D, Greenville, Arts and Sci- ences- Al ha Tau Omeva . . . OVVEN SHERRY' Fr. ' Birmin ham, , p D , , C D, g Commerce and Business Administration . . . OWVENS, BYRON, CFr.D, Decatur, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . OVVENS, DENNIS, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . OVVENS, MARCIA, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . OVVENS, ROBERT B., CSoph.D, Phenix City, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . ONVINGS, LAURENCE, CSoph.D, Tarrant, Commerce and Business Administration . . . OYVINGS, NANCY, Ur.D, Douglas- ville, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . OWVINGS, PHILLIP IERFREY, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, De ta Cii. Row Fioe: OXFORD, LANA, fFr.D, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . PACELEY, W. H., CFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . PACEY, SUSAN, CSoph.D, Point Clear, Home Economics . . . PACEY, JR., PAUL G., Ur.D, Point Clear, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . PADDOCK, IACQUELYNNE W., CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . PADDOCK, PAUL B., fFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi . . . PADGETT, MARVIN, Ur.D, Evergreen, Engineering . . . PALMER, MARILYN, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . PALMER, R. DON, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences .1. . PALYA, WILLIAM, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Bcta T ieta Pi. Row Six: PARDUE, JR., ALBERT L., Ur.D, Mobile, Engineering, Phi Kappa Psi . . . PARK, FRANK SHEPHERD, fFr.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . PARK, IR., I. EARL, CFr.D, Ralph, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . PARK, KENNY, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . PARKER, BETTY, CSoph.D, Cullman, Education, Delta Gamma . . . PARKER, CLETA L., Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . PARKER, DENSON, CSoph.D, Lipscomb, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PARKER, DORO- THY R., CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . PARKER, Page 214 g ,,! . if 1, li a r me at f J . .,--ix. f.. Fiffbfab' J -. N. PL 5'-ie ' i . , .4 -, , fm -me 1 M' . iv- ut 'mf 2 , 5, . MW. .V E . K . 1 t 1 f ' f' lx 4 1 M. sq, JAMES L., CFr,D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . PARKER, IA- YNE, fFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Phi Mu. Row Seven: PARKER, NANCY, CSop'h.D, Boulder, Colorado, Edu- cation . . . PARKER, PECGEY, CFr.D, Fairhope, Home Economics, Del- ta Gamma . . . PARKER, TIM, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Sigma Nu . . . PARKHURST, BRENDA, CSo-ph.D, Florence, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . PARKS, PATSY JANE, CFr.Dg Talladega, Arts and Sciences . . . PARKS, DON, fSoph.D, Deca- tur, Home Economics . . . PARNELL, RONALD I., Ur.D, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . PARR, IR., C. RICHARD, Ur.D, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Sig- ma Chi . , . PARRISH, DOROTHY D., CSoph.D, Blountsville, Arts and Sciences . . . PARRISH, LINDA, CSoph.D, Dothan, Education, Chi Omega. Row Eight: PARSONS, DOUGLAS, CSoph.D, Brookside, Engineering . . . PARSONS, EDDIE, CFr.D, Bessemer: Arts and Sciences, Kanpa Sig- ma . . . PARSONS, MARION, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Education, Chi Ome- ga . . . PARTIN, CHARLES, fFr.D: Montgomerv, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . PASS, GLENN, CFr.D, Cleveland, Engineering . . . PASS, LANA IANETTE, Ur.D, Cleveland, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . PASSMORE, WALTER SCOTT, QSoph.D, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences . . . PATE, IERRY DEON, CFr.D: Bir- mingham, Engineering . . . PATE, JOSEPH DIXON, CFr.D, Ashford, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . PATEL, AM- RUTLAL D., CSoph.D, Navsari Gujarat, India, Engineering. Row Nine: PATRICK, FOREST STEPHEN, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . , . PATRIE, JAMES ROTH, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . PATTER- SON, IR., CHARLES L, Ur.D, Clanton, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . PATTERSON, MARSHA, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . PATTON, EUCENIA D., CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . PATTON, GAYLE W., Ur.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sci- ences . . . PATTON, III, JAMES VVILLIAM, CFr.D, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Sigma Nu . . . PATTON, MAX, CSoph.D, Mobile: Engineering, Sigma Chi . . . PATTON. SANDRA, Ur.D, Berry, Arts and Sciences . . . PATTERSON, MARY, fFr.D, Mexico City, D. F., Educa- tion. Row Ten: PAUL, KAREN I., Ur.D, Butler, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . PAULSON, STEVEN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PAYNE, BETTE LEIGH, CFr,D, Athens, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . PAYNE, ELIZABETH A., CFr.D, Bessemer, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . PAYNE, FRIEDAQ CSoph.Dg Hamilton, Education, Delta Gamma . . . PEARCE, ANNE, CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . PEARCE, DANA L., CSoph.D, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Delta Delta . . . PEARCE, JACKIE WRAY, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PEARCE, MICHAEL, CSoph.Dg Tus- caloosa, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . PEARSON, LOUISE, Ur.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Kap- pa Gamma. Let'er go, but wcxich out for "buck fever." .4- Kg H' "'v'1,-4--' I 2 J L14 UNDERGRADUATES Row One: PEARSON, JR., MARION, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . PEAT, SANDRA KAY, CFr.D, Fort Leonard VVood, Missouri, Home Economics, Kappa Delta . . . PECH- REN, ROBERT LEON, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . PECK, ROBERT VV., UrD, Mobile, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . PEEBLES, IRENE, CFr.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . PEEBLES, ROBERT H., fFr.D, Opp, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . PENDER, FREDERICK WAYNE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PENDER, THOMAS L., Ur.D, Birmingham, Education, Chi Phi . . . PENN, NANCY VV., fFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Xi Delta . . . PENNEY, ADELE, CSoph.D, Park Forest, Illinois, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: PENNINGTON, CAROL, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Phi Mu . . . PEPPER, ADELINE, Ur.D, Mooresville, Education, Kappa Delta . . . PERKINS, CHARLES F., Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PERRY, NEVVTON, Ur.D, Pell City, En- gineering . . . PERRY, PAUL, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . PERRY, SHERRY, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . PESTALOZZI, ELLEN, CSoph.Dg St. Petersburg, Florida: Education . . . PETERS, CHARLOTTE ANN, CFr.D, Elberta, Home Economics . . . PETERSON, REBECCA ANN, CFr.D, Kimberly, Edu- cation . . . PETREY, JAMES M., QEr.D, Alexander City, Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta. Row Three: PETRY, FORREST N., fSoph.D, Eufaula, Arts and Sci- ences . . . PETTY, LINDA, Ur.D, Bessemer, Education . . . PHILLIPS, EMILY JANE, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . PHILLIPS, FRANS SUSAN, CEr.D, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . PHILLIPS, HAL A., CSoph.D, Homewood, Arts and Sciences . . . PHIL- LIPS, LEONARD, CFr.D, Atmore, Commerce and Business Adminis- tratlon . . . PHILLIPS, LYNN, CSoph.D, Mobile, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Sigma Nu . . . PHILLIPS, ROBERT A., fSoph.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . PHILLIPS, JR., THOMAS MARTIN, CFr.D, I-Iuntsvilleg Engineer-- ing, Beta Theta Pi . . . PHILLIPS, SANDRA KAY, CSoph.D, Oxford, Home Economics. Row Four: PHILLIPS, VANCE SCOTT, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . PHILLIPS, WILLIAM I-I., CSoph.D, Butler, Commerce and Business Admlnistration . . . PHILPOT, TIM, CFr.Dg Pen- sacola, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . PICKERING, LAURA JEAN, Ur.D, Plantersville, Home Economics . . . PIERCE, NANCY CATHERINE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Admin- istration . . . PIERCE, STEVAN, CFr.D, Scottsboro, Arts and Sciences . . . PIERCE, RAY W'., CFr.D, WVil1iamsburg, Virginia, Arts and Sciences . . . PIERSON, RAYMOND A., Ur.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . PIETROSOVVIXZ, JR., C. V., CEr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . PIGFORD, JOAN, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta. Row Five: PILLOW, BARBARA L., CFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Delta Zeta . . . PINKSTON, NANCY VVORTH, fSoph.D, Decatur, Chem- istry, Chi Omega . . . PINION, DORIS, CFr.D, Northport, Education . . . PINYAN, WILLIAM CARL, CSoph.D, Gardendale, Engineering . . . PIT- CHER, DONNA ANN, fSoph.D, Dothan, Nursing . . . PITT, REDDING, Ur.D, Decatur, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . PITTMAN, KYM, iFr.D, Wagarville, Engineering . . . PITTMAN, W. LEE, fEr.D, Gads- den, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . PITTS, MARY ANN, Ur.D, Vinemont, Home Economics . . . PIXTON, CAROLE A., Ur.D, Magnolia Springs, Education. Row Six: PLEAS, BETTY, fFr.D, Chipley, Florida, Education . . . PLECHER, FREIDA, Ur.D, Birmingham, Education . . . PLEAS, WIL- LIAM MERCER, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . PLUNKETT, JANE, Ur.D, Cullman, Commerce and Business Admfnistration, Delta Delta Delta . . . PLUNKETT, THOMAS HAROLD, Ur.D, Arab, Edu- cation, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . PECHRAN, JOE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Engineering . . . POE, THOMAS, fE1'.D, Anniston, Arts and Education . . . PoLoWoDA, JENNIFER MAE, CFr.D, Mobile, Are and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . POLK, JUDY BARBARA, Ur.D, Mobile, Com- Page 216 merce and Business Administration . . . POLLARD, JUDY, 117112, Mo- bile, Education. Row Seven: PONNEL, VIRGINIA, CJr.J, Panama City, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . POOL, VVILLIAM F., iFr.J, Northport, Commerce and Business Administration . . . POOLE, ALFRED EUGENE, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . POPPEL, HELGA, fSoph.l, I-iuntsville, Home Economics . . . PORT, STEVAN D., CFr.J, Rome, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Phi . , . PORTER, CAROLYN L., CSoph.l, Kennedy, Arts and Sciences . . PORTER, III, IRVINE C., iJr.J, Birmfngham, Arts and Sciences . . . PORTER, SAMUEL CRADY, CJr.j, Collinsville, Arts and Sciences . . . POSNER, NAN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . POTTS, JR., JOHN MURRAY, fSoph.l, Tuscaloosa, Chemistry, Phi Delta Theta. How Eight: POTTER, MARY ANN, iFr.J, Sheffield, Home Econo- mics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . POUNDERS, TED L., CFr.J, Florence, Arts and Sciences . . . POUNDS, JR., JOHN H., CJr.J, Binningham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . POUNDS, MARY ANN, CSoph.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . POVV, MARGARET, Cjizj, Tuscaloosa, Education, Chi Omega . . . PONWELL, C. GLENN, fJr.l, Union Springs, Pre-Law . . . POVVELL, JR., EVERETT C., CSoph.J, Northportg Engineering, Sigma Chi . . . POWELL, CENIE CAROL, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Delta Pi . . . POWELL, JOSEPHINE A., fFr.l, Birmingham, Chemistry . . . POXVELL, JUDITH GAIL, CJr.J, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega. Roto Nine: POVVELL, LEXVIS W., CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . POWELL, LINDA, CFr.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpiha Delta Pi . . . POWELL, VVILLIAM DONALD, CFr.J, Bayou La Batre, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . POWER, JOHN, CSoph.J, Decatur, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . POYNER, FRANK BOUCHELLE, fJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Al- pha Epsilon . . . PRATER, SANDRA, CFr.j, Millport, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . PRATI, PAOLO, CFr.D, Reggio Emilia, Italy, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PRATT, MINNIE BRUCE, CFr.l, Centreville, Education, Chi Omega . . . PRESCOTT, JOHN, CFLD, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . PRESNALL, MARSHALL, CFr.l, Coker, Engineering. Row Ten: PRESSMAN, ANITA, CFLJ, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Edu- cation, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . PRESTON, SAUNDRA, CJr.J, Danville, Kentucky, Nursing, Chi Omega . . . PRESTWOOD, MARCIA D., fFr.l, Atmore, Arts and Sciences . . . PRICE, JEAN ANNE, CSoph.D, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . PRICE, MARY, CFr.J, Alexandria, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . PRICE, PAULA ANN, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . PRICHETT, MONA NORTON, CJr.J, York, Education . . . PRITCHETT, JR., E. E., iSoph.J, Eutaw, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . PRITCHETT, KATIE, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . PROPST, JAMEY, CSoph.J, Clanton, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta. I dreamed I wcis mcirooned on cm islcmd in my Mczidenform lei. A " -' "I T -, UNDERGRADUATES Row One: PROVINCE, MEREDITH, CFr.J, Paris, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, . . . PRUET, JR., ARTHUR XVESLEY, QFr.J, Atmore, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . PRUET, JAMES STEPHEN, CI-7111, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . PRUETT, HOWELL V., CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PRUETT, JANE, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Delta Delta Delta . . . PRUITT, OVVEN W., CJr.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . PUC- KETT, RODERICK A., CFr.D, Birmingham, Engineering . . . PUGH, MARY, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . PUGH, WILLIAM A., CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . PURDES, HOVVARD C., fJr.J, Nauvoe, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. Row Two: PURDY, MARY LYN, CSoph.J, Marietta, Georgia, Nurs- ing . . . PUTNAM, BARBARA, CSoph.J, Cullman, Education . . . PYLE, JAMES L., CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . QUAR- RIER, BARBARA, fFr.J, Pensacola, Florida, Nursing, Alpha Xi Delta . . . QUIGGLE, ANN, CSoph.J, Linden, Nursing . . . QUICLEY, RUTH, CSoph.J, Natick, Massachusetts, Education . . . QUINN, JANE S., CJr.J, Port Arthur, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . RABEN, RICHARD D., CFr.J, Atmore, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . RADCLIFF, JAMES S., CSoph.J, Andalusia, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . RADFORD, JAMES LAMAR, CSoph.J, Andalusia, Arts and Sciences. Row Three: RAGSDALE, VICKI E., iFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Delta Delta . . . RAIFORD, RALPH MICHAEL, CSoph.J, Phenix City, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . RAINEY, KENNY, lSoph.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . RALEIGH, RICHARD J., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . RAMADAN, JR., HASSAN K., CJr.J, Dade City, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration . . . RAMBO, MARTHA, fSoph.J, Mobile, Education . . . RANDALL, JOY, CSoph.J, Marion Junction, Education, Kappa Del- ta . . . RANDMAN, JUDY, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . RANDOLPH, JOHN NEVITT, CJIZJ, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . RAPER, ERNEST ALVIA, fSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering. ' Row Four: RASKIN, LEON MICHAEL, fSoph.J, Baltimore, Mary- land, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . RAST, SALLY, CFr.J, Birming- ham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . RAVVLS, CAROLEIGH, QJr.J, Athens, Arts and Sciences . . . RAWLS, LYNN, CJr.J, Birming- ham, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . RAY, CAROL LYNNE, CSoph.2, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . RAY, CHARLES C., iJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . RAY, GARY, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . RAY, GUY VVALTER, fSoph.D, Prattville, Education, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . RAY, JR., HENRY B., CJr.J, Sylacauga, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . RAY, JOE, CFr.J, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences. Row Five: RAY, LAURA LEE, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . RAY, MIDGE ANNETTE, CFr.J, Gardendale, Arts and Sciences . . . RAY, SANDRA F., CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . REA, MARCIA K., CSoph.J, Griffin, Georgia., Home Economics, Delta Zeta . . . READ, GAIL H., CJr.J, Jacksonville Beach, Florida, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . REDDINC, EVELYN A., CSoph.D, Daleville, Nursing . . . REDDOCH, JAMES F., CJr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . RED- MOND, RAEDEAN A., CJr.J, Coker, Arts and Sciences . . . REED, JOHN, CFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . REED, ROBERT L., fJr.J, Collinsville, Arts and Sciences. Row Six: REED, SANDRA, CSoph.J, Chatom, Education . . . REES, JOHN D., CSoph.J, Riverton, New Jersey, Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi . . . REES, KENNETH A., CFr.J, Montgomery, Chemistry . . . REESE RONNIE, fFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . REEVE, PETER, CSoph.Ji Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . REEVES, LEE, CJr.J, Birmingham- Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . REEVES, RONALD JOSEPH FREDERICK, CFr.J, Guntersville, Engineering . . . REEVES, SANDRA, CSop'h.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . REEVES, VVIL- LIAM T., CSoph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Page 218 Kappa Phi . . . REFF, SHEILA, fFr.l, Miami, Florida, Education., Al- pha Epsilon Phi. Row Seven: REGISTER, GEORGE, ULD, Pensacola, Florida, Com- merce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . REID, GAY CARO- LYN, iFr.D, Tampa, Florida, Home Economics . . . REID, GAIL, CSoph.l, Greenville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . REIDY, IRENE, ULD, Norfolk, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . REINSTEIN, ANDREVV C., ULD, Englewood Cliffs, New jersey, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . RENAUD, DONNA, CFr.J, Mo- bile, Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . RENNEKER, SAM L., ULD, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . RENTZ, FRANK T., 11111, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kap- pa Sigma . . . REUBEN, SUZYE, QFr.Q, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Educa- tion, Sigma Delta Tau . . . REYNOLDS, DON, CIr.J, Birmingham, Com- merce aud Business Administration. Row Eight: REYNOLDS, SARAH, ULD, Fairhope, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . REZNIK, TOBIE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Nursing, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . RHODES, PEGGY, CSoph.D, Enterprise, Nurs- ing, Delta Zeta . . . RHONE, BRENDA I., CFr.l, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . RICE, FRANCES, fFr.j, Northportg Education, Kappa Delta . . . RICE, HAROLD D., Url, Binningham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . RICE, IO ANNE, Url, Northport, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . RICE, PATRICIA ANN, CFr.D, Gulf Shores, Arts and Sciences . . . RICH, DON A., CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . , RICHARD, BLANCHEQ CFr.l, Jacksonville, Florida, Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi. Row Nine: RICHARDS, RONALD F., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . RICHARDS, STEVE, fSoph.D, Fayette, Engineering . . . RICHARDS, VIRGINIA, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . RICHARDS, XVILLIAM, CFr.Q, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . RICHERSON, CARO- LINE, CSoph.l, Decatur, Nursing, Delta Zeta . . . RICHARDSON, CATHERINE ANN, CSoph.l, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . RICHARDSON, DAVID, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . RICHARDSON, ELIZABETH ANN, Url, Cordova, Chemistry . . . RICHARDSON, IR., GEORGE G., Cjixlg Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . RICHARDSON, LILA ANN, Url, Birmingham, Education. Row Ten: RICHARDSON, RICHARD T., CFr.j, Birmingham, Chem- istry, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . RICHARDSON, ROBERT W., CSoph.l, Pensacola, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . RICHARDSON, ROBIN, CFr.l, Glencoe, Arts and Sciences . . . RICHARDSON, SALLY, CSOph.J, Bristol, Virginia, Education . . . RICH- ARDSON, SANDRA, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . RICH- ARDSON, WILLIAM CARL, CSoph.D, Gadsden, Engineering . . . RICH- TER, JACK I., CSoph.l, Cullman, Engineering . . . RICHARDSON, MINNIE LEE, ULD, Montgom-ery, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . RIDDLE, ROSIE E., CFLQ, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Al- pha Gamma Delta . . . RIDGEVVAY, RONNIE BOYD, fFr.l, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration. Dasher, Dclncer, Proncer, Comet, Vixen, and "Rc1zz!" UNDERGRADUATES Row One: RIKARD, EDXVARD RAY, CFr.J, Tuscumbia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . RILEY, III, ALFRED HENRY, CFr.J, Alexander City, Chemistry . . . RILEY, AUBREY VERNON, QJr.J, Alexander, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . RILEY, PATIENCE ALEXIS, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . RINKS, DAN B., CSoph.J, Pensacola, Florida, Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta . . . RIVES, III, JAMES V., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . ROBERSON, JOHN C., CJr.J, New Hope, Engineering . . . ROBERTS, ALLEN, fSoph.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences . . . ROBERTS, CHARLES C., CFr.J, Cuba, Arts and Sciences . . . ROBERTS, FRANI, CSoph.J, Montgomeiy, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Two: ROBERTS, JANE ELLEN, CFr.J, Albertville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . ROBERTS, MARY HELEN, LSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Phi Mu . . . ROBERTS, RONALD STEPHEN, CFr.J, Winfield, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sig- ma. . . ROBERTS, TOMMY, tFr.J, Fayette, Engineering, Sigma Chi . . . ROBERTSON, KAY VICTORIA, QFr.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi omega . . . ROBINETT, JR., CHARLES W., QE1-.p, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . ROBINSON, BETTY, lFr.J, Bir- mingham, Nursing . . . ROBINSON, LYNN, CFr.J, Atlanta, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau . . . ROBINSON, MARGIE, CSoph.J, Dothan, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . ROBINSON, ROBERT L., CSoph.J, Mountain Brook, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta. Theta. Row Three: RODGERS, JAN P., CSoph.J, Northport, Arts and Sci- ences . . . RODGERS, JOE, QSoph.J, Northport, Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi . . . RODGERS, THOMAS G., CSoph.J, Hopewell, Virginia, Arts and Sciences . . . ROEBUCK, JAMES WV., CFLJ, Eutavv, Arts and Sci- ences . . . ROGERS, JOY LYNN, CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . ROGERS, SANDRA, CJIZJ, Birmingham, Education . . . ROLE, CHERYL, CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . ROLF, LELANDQ CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . ROLLINS, VINCENT LEE, CSoph.J, Northport, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . ROSE, ALBERT S., CSoph.J, Meridian, Mississippi, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau. Row Four: ROSEMAN, RONNIE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . ROSENBLUM, DAVID, CJr.J, Marion, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . ROSENZVVEIG, CHERYE, CFr.J, New Orleans, Louisiana, Educa- tion, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . ROSS, JACK DOUGLAS, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . ROSS, MAE BETH J., CFr.J, Mc- Intosh, Nursing . . . ROSSMAN, DONALD A., QFLJ, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . ROSEN, TRUDY ANN, CJr.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . ROSS, DONNA JEAN, CFr.J, Anniston, Home Economics . . . ROVVELL, BARBARA V., QFr.J, Mobile, Home Economics . . . ROWELL, JR., CLIO, CFr.J, Greenville, Engineering. Row Five: RUMAMEL, VVILLIAM F., CFLJ, Columbus, Mississippi, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . RUPLE, SAM- UEL L., CJr.J, Bay Minette, Arts and Sciences . . . RUSHTON, CHAR- LOTTE, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . RUSS, JR., ROBERT W., CFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Alpha Tau Omega . . . RUSSELL, ELIZABETH F., CSoph.J, Deca- tur, Education, Kappa Delta . . . RUSSELL, LOUIS, CSoph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . RUS- SELL, MARGARET DIANE, CFr.J, Huntsville, Education . . . RUSSELL, MARK H., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Delta Chi . . . RUSSELL, JR., OSCAR C., CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . RUSSELL, ROBERT DOYLE, CJr.Jg Tuscaloosa, Engineering. Row Six: RUST, WILLIAM A., CSoph.J, Arlington, Virginia, Engi- neering . . . RUTLEDGE, JR., LAWRENCE R., CSoph.J, Anniston, Chemistry . . . RYAN, THOMAS C., CSoph.J, Huntsville, Engineering . . . SACK, SUSAN, CFr.J, Clarksdale, Mississippi, Home Economics, Sigma Delta Tau . . . SAEGER, EARLE, CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SALAMONE, BERNARD, CFLJ, Bes- semer, Arts and Sciences . . . SALIBA, JR., J.,E., CFr.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences . . . SALIBA, MICHAEL THOMAS, CSoph.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences . . . SALTER, DONALD VVAYNE, CJLJ, Brewton, Chem- Page 220 istiy . . . SANDERS, ROBERT L., CSoph.l, Montgomery, Arts and Sci- ences. Row Seven: SANDERSON, VERA JADINEQ CSoph.J, Tarrant, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . SANDIFER, LAURA, CFr.J, Gadsden, Home Economics . . . SANFORD, FLORENCE, fFr.l, Tus- caloosa, Home Economics . . . SANSING, SUZANNE, CSoph.l, Wood- stock, Education . . . SANTA CRUZ, GEORGE JOSEPH, tJr.l, Mo- bile, Enginecring, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . SANTORO, MICHAEL, iJr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . SARTAIN, LINDA CAROL, CSoph.J, Oakman, Education . . . SASSER, JON LAMAR, CFr.j, Tuscaloosa, Com- merce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . SATTERVVHITE JR., H. DVVIGHT, CJr.l, Birmingham, Education . . . SATTERWHITE LESLIE, CJr.J, Adamsville, Engineering. 1 a Row Eight: SAVAGE, CALVIN TERRANCE, CFI-J, Chaim, Engi- neering . . . SAVITSKY, MICHAEL J., CJr.lg Forest Hills, New York, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . SAVVYER, SUE ANN, fJr.J, Hanceville, Home Economics . . . SAWYER, WARREN J., CFLJ, Chat- tanooga, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Al- pha Epsilon . . . SCARBOROUGH, KENNETH N., CJr.J, Binningham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . SCARBROUGH, GERALD ALAN, CFr.l, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . SCHANBACHER, JO ANN, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kap- pa Kappa Gamma . . . SCHAPIRO, JAY H., CSoph.J, Elmont, New York, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SCi-IEUER, JR., HER- BERT, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . SCHILLECI, JR., J. B., CJr.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta. Row Nine: SCHILLECI, JOAN, CFr.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . SCHMIETKE, FRED C., CFr.l, Moulton, Arts and Sciences . . . SCHMITT, NANCY, CJr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Ome- ga . . . SCHMITZ, JR., JOHN N., CFLJ, Huntsville, Engineering . . . SCHNEIDER, CARL H., tSoph.J, Dothan, Engineering, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . SCHNEIDER, RAYMOND, CFr.l, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . SCHREIBMAN, H. MICHAEL, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . SCHREIBMAN, WILLIAM S., fJr.Jg Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . SCHULTZ, KATHRYN ANN, CJr.J, Foley, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . SCHULTZ, L. PAUL, CSoph.l, Bay Minette, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma. Row Ten: SCHVVARTZ, ELAINE B., CSoph.l, Charleston, South Caro- lina, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . SCHWARTZ, LYNNE, CJr,J, Nashville, Tennessee, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . SCIPLE, TIM, CSoph.J, Shugualak, Mississippi, Engineering . . . SCOGGINS, RONALD T., CJr.J, Pell City, Arts and Sciences . . . SCOGIN, ANN MARIE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education . . . SCOTT, GAIL, CSoph.J, Maxwell Air Force Base, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . SCOTT, JAMES SERAN, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . SCOTT, JANET Y., iFr.l, Bessemer, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . SCOTT, JR., JOHN ERREN, CSoph.J, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences . . . SCREWS, JOHN A., CJr.l, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega. "Give 'em hell, Bama!" ' V4 Nl- 'MV lm I .lf - UNDERGRADUATES Row One: SCUDDER, XVILLIAM R., CJr.J, Glossom, Texas, Educa- tion . . . SEAGRAVES, JOYCE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . SEALE, DIANNE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . SEALE, JERALD XV., QJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . SEALE, STEVEN, CFLD, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Theta Chi . . . SEALY, JR., A. JUDSON, CFr.D, Mobile, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . SEALY, HOBBIE, CSoph.D, Ra- mer, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . SEAY, MARTHA LOR- ING, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . SEBRING, NORA I., CSoph.J, Scottsboro, Home Economics . . . SEEBECK, ANN, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu. Row Two: SEGARS, CARL NVALKER, fFr.D, Albertville, Education, Theta Chi . . . SEGERS, CAROL, fFr.D, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . SEGREST, STARR, CJr.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . SEIPERT, BEVERLY GAIL, QSoph.J, Mobile, Home Economics, Chi Omega . . . SEIFERT, JR., LEE R., CJr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . SELF, JANIE, CFr.J, Phenix City, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . SELF, JR., WILLIAM NO- LAN, CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . SELLERS, KENT, CFr.j, Dora, Engineering . . . SELLERS, III, LEVVIS E., iJr.J, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . SELLERS, RONALD ALLEN, CFr.j, Birmingham, Edu- cation. Row Three: SELMAN, JERRY, CFr.D, Jasper, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Sigma Nu . . . SEUKOFF, PETER S., CJr.J, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences . . . SEXTON, JUDITH ANN, Ct"r.J, Mont- gomery, Education . . . SHAFFER, JUDITH ELIZABETH, QJLQ, Mo- bile, Education, Delta Zeta . . . Si-IAKEY, MARY KATHERINE, CJr.J, St. Petersburg, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . SI-IANER, TODD R., tF1'.J, Rurnson, New Jersey, Engineering . . . SHANNON PATTI, CJr.J, Childersburg, Education, Delta Gamma . . . SHAVV, JR. CHARLES JERE, CSoph.j, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Chi Phi . . . SI-IAXN7, JIM, CFr.J, Bessemer, Arts and Sci- ences . . . SHAIV, RICHARD ALAN, CFr.D, Anniston, Arts and Sci- ences, Delta Chi. a 7 Row Four: SHAW, SUZANNE, CSoph.J, Mobile, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . SHEFF, SAMUEL, iFr.J, Trenton, New Jersey, Arts and Sci- ences . . . SHEINMEL, BARRY, CFr.J, Brooklyn, New York, Arts and Sci- ences . . . SHELBY, BONNIE, iJr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . SHELL, RONALD T., CFr,D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . SHEPHERD, MARY, CSoph.J, Chickasaw, Education . . . SHERER, KATHY, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . SHERER, WVINGARD CLYDE, CSoph.J, Prattville, Chemistry . . . SHERIDAN, DANIEL JO- SEPH, QFLJ, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Ep- silon Pi . . . SHERMAN, CAROLYN, CJr.D, Anniston, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Delta Pi. Row Five: SHERMAN, DAVID, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences , . . SHERROD, JUDY, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Del- ta Pi . . . SHEW, JUANZETTA, iJr.J, Gadsden, Nursing . . . SHEW, R. SANFORD, CFr.D, Gadsden, Chemistry, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . SHIELDS, III, ROBERT L., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Chemistry, Theta Chi . . SHIKLE, DARLENE, tFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . SI-IILEY, EUGENIA ANN, fJr.J, Binningham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . SHILLING, ARTHUR, CFr.J, Den- ver, Colorado, Arts and Sciences . . . SHIREY, BILL A., CSoph.J, Hayti, Missoiui, Engineering . . . SHIRLEY, JOAN, CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta. Row Six: SHIVER, CYNTHIA JANE, CFr.J, Brundidge, Arts and Sciences . . . SHIVER, TED B., CSoph.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . SHIVERS, RIETTA, fFr.j, Talladega, Arts and Sciences . . . SHMUKLER, BARBARA LYNN, CFr.J, Rome, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . SHOE- MAKER, JOHN C., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . SHOOK, LEE M., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . SHORT, JR., WILLIAM, iJr.-jf, Mulga, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SHOSTROM, III, WILLIAM, CJLDQ Geneva, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . SHUGART, JR.,-YRICHARD Page 222 .WAV if y . I, 4'-u X , , W., ULD, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences . . . SHULSTAD, RAYMOND A., ULD, Orlando, Florida, Chemistry. How Seven: SHUMAKER, HAROLD DENNIS, fFr.D, Binningham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . SIDES, D. I., ULD, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . SIEGELMAN, DON EUGENE, CFr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SIEKIERSKY, VOLKER F., CFr.D, Hunts- ville, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi, Kappa Phi . . . SIGLER, PATRICK M., CP1-.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . SILLS, NANCY G., CFLD, Huntsville, Home Economics . . . SILVER, ROBERTA S., CSoph.D, Biloxi, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau . . . SILVER, SOPHIA, ULD, Chat- tanooga, Tennessee, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . SILVIS, BUD GRADY, CFr.D, Jacksonville, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi. SIMPSON, CATHERINE, CFr.l, Binningham, Education, Alpha De tai' i. How Eight: SIMPSON, CHARLES A., CFr.l, Hartselle, Arts and Sci- ences . . . SIMPSON, RICHARD LEE, fI7r.l, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . SIMS, MARGARET ANN, ULD, Danville, Arts and Sciences . . . SIMS, RALPH, CFr.j, Gadsden, Engineering . . . SIMS, STEVEN, CFr.j, Washington, D.C., Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . SIMS, SUSAN EU- CENIA, fSoph.J, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . SINCLAIR, THOMAS VVILLIAM, CSoph.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . SINGLETON, HAL, CFLJ, Greenville, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . SINGLETON, MARTHA, CFr.D, jackson, Home Economics . . . SINGLETON, MARY ANNE, Cl-7'r.Q, Alexandria, Virginia, Home Econo- mics. Row Nine: SINIARD, PAULA BETTE, CSoph.D, Gadsden, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . SISCO, HOVVELL, CFLD, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SISSON, OLEN BRENT, CFr.D, Gads- den, Engineering . . . SITTASON, CHARLES REX, CSoph,J, Decatur, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . SITTER, RAYMOND E., ULD, Florence, Arts and Sciences . . . SIVERT, IOAN, CSoph.j, Birmingham, Nursing . . . SKINNER, IANICE D., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Home Eco- nomics, Pi Beta Phi . . . SKINNER, LINDA, CSoph.l, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . SKIPPER, ELIZABETH, CFLD, Geneva, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . SKOOG, SHARON, CFr.j, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega. Row Ten: SLATON, LINDA, CFr.D, WVest Blocton, Arts and Sciences . . . SLAUGHTER, NORTON, CSoph.l, Bay Minette, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . SLOAN, CAROL, ULD, Scottsboro, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . SLOAN, ROBERT AVERY, CSoph.D, Binningham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . SLOAN, STEVE, ULD, Cleveland, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SLUSHER, RODNEY, CFr.D, Florence, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Theta Chi . . . SMALL, ANN, ULD, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma , . . SMALLEY, JOHNNY T., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . SMITH, ANITA, CFr.j, Bir- mingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Delta . SMITH, BETTY JOE, fFr.j, Daphne, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta. Aw, come on Joe, chili's good for you! 1 I f UNDERGRADUATES Row One: SMITH, CAROLEQ CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sci- ences . . . SMITH, CATHY, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . SMITH, CHARLES LYNVVOOD, fJr.J, Huntsvill-e, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . SMITH, CULLEN, fSoph.D, Brentwood, Tennessee, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . SMITH, DON, CJr.D, Biimingham, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . SMITH, D. JANE, CFr.Dg Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . SMITH, EDWVARD S., fSoph.J, Chevy Chase, Maryland, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . SMITH, ELLIS E., CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . SMITH, FRANKIE R., CJr.J, Tusca- loosa, Education . . . SMITH, GERALD P., CFr.j, Dallas, Texas, Com- merce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi. Row Two: SMITH, HARRIETT ELIZABETH, CJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . SMITH, JAMES A., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . SMITH. JAMES C., CFr.J, Muscle Shoals, Engineering . . . SMITH, JANICE, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . SMITH, JEFFREY VV., CSoph.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . SMITH, JOSEPH HAROLD, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . SMITH. JULIE: CSoph.l, Birming- ham, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . SMITH, KENNETH E., fJr.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . SMITH, LARRY DON, CFr.l: Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . SMITH, LAURIE, fFr.J, LaFayette, Home Economics. Row Three: SMITH, LINDA K., fJr.J, Fairfax, Arts and Sciences: Alpha Chi Omega . . . SMITH. LYNNE C., 111151 Montgomery: Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . SMITH. MARSHALL W., CSonh.l, Hueytown, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SMITH. MILTON DIXON, CJr.j, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . SMITH, MIMI, CSoph.l, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . SMITH, NANCY: fFr.l, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . SMITH. RICHARD E.: fSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . SMITH, RICHARD GARY, CSoph.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . SMITH, JR., STEPHEN HOVVARD, lIr.D, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kap- pa Phi . . . SMITH, SUSAN, fFr.J, Birmingham, Education. Row Four: SMITH, SUSAN ELIZABETH, fFr.J1 Gadsden: Educa- tion, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . SMITH, XVAURICE, CSoph.D, Silas, En- gineering . . . SMITH, VVILLARD VV., CSoph.i, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . SMITHERMAN, ANN, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education: Alpha Chi Omega . . . SMITHERMAN. IANE, CJr.l, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . SMITHERMAN, LINDA F., CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . SMITHSON, HARRIS D., fSoph.l, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . SNEAD, DAVID H,, fSoph.l, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . SNEED, ARNOLD R., CSoph.l, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . SNEED, FIFI, CSoph.D, Atmore, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Row Five: SNEED, GRETHEL L., CFr.J, Bayamon, Puerto Rico, Edu- cation . . . SNIDER, MARTHA EDD, CSonh.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . SNOVV, RICHARD MAXWELL: CFr,2, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . SOKOL, BRUCE H., CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . SOKOL, MURRAY, CFr.j, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . SOLOMON, JOEL, CSoph.D, Saco, Maine, Commerce and Busin-ess Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . SOLO- MON. SUSANNE, fSoph.l: Dothan, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . SOMMERVILLE, ADESSA, CFr.l, Huntsville, Nursing . . . SOR- RELS, RONNIE: fFr.l, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . SOUTH, BECKY, CFr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi. Row Six: SOUTHARD, DONALD J., CSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . SPAIN, MARQUITA NELL, CFr.D, Bir- mingham, Education, Delta Zeta . . . SPARKS, CAROLYN, lFr.j, Moul- ton, Home Economics, Delta Delta Delta . . . SPARKS, JR., V. VVAYNE, CJr.j, Moulton, Engineering . . . SPEAKE, JAMES F., CSoph.J, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Del- ta Theta . . . SPEAKER, E. B., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . SPEER, HARRY A., CJr.l, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SPENCER, DONALD H., CJr.l, Madison, Commerce and Business Admfnistration . . . SPENCER, JAMES E., CJr.Dg Binning- Page 224 hamg Commerce and Business Administration . . . SPENCER, LINDA A.g CFr.Jg Huntsvilleg Chemistryg Delta Zeta. Row Seven: SPICELAND, EVANSg CFr.J5 Mobileg Commerce and Business Administrationg Pi Kappa Phi . . . SPIGHT, LILLIAN ELIZA- BETHQ fSoph.Q5 Demopolisg Commerce and Business Administrationg Kap- pa Delta . . . SPIVEY, HENRYQ CF1'.Jg Foleyg Arts and Sciences . . . SPIVEY, LINDA J.5 CSoph.Dg Clantong Nursing . . . SPRADLING, PA- TRICIA LOUISEg CSoph.Jg Birminghamg Commerce and Business Admin- istration . . . SPREE, KENNON3 CFr.J5 Boligeeg Home Economicsg Del- ta Gamma . . . SPRING, RICHARD5 CSoph.Jg Memphis, Tennesseeg Arts and Sciencesg Alpha Sigma Phi . . . SPRINGS, MARTHA RAYEg CSoph.J5 Tuscaloosag Education . . . SPRUIEL, JERRY W.5 CSoph.Jg Birminghamg Engineering . . . STABILE, MARLINE5 fFr.Jg Birminghamg Educationg Alpha Xi Delta. Row Eight: STABLER, GEORGE S.g CJr.Jg Tuscaloosag Education . . . STAFF, MICHAEL D.g CJr.D5 Birminghamg Commerce and Business Administrationg Phi Epsilon Pi . . . STAFF, SUSANg fSoph.Jg Atmoreg Home Economicsg Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . STAGNER, JOSEPH L.g fFr.Jg Prichardg Commerce and Business Administration . . . STALCUP, HELENg fFr.Jg Mohileg Chemistry . . . STALLWORTH, JUDITH C.g CFr.jg Bcatriceg Chemistry . . . STAMEY, FRANCES L.g fSoph.Jg Bir- minghamg Home Economics . . . STAMPS, JEAN E.5 CFr.J5 Bay Minetteg Arts and Sciencesg Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . STANARD, DENNIS M.g fFr.Jg Tuscaloosag Commerce and Business Administrationg Kappa Sig- ma . . . STANARD, GEORGE T.g fSoph.J5 Mobileg Commerce and Business Administrationg Phi Delta Theta. Row Nine: STANBERRY, CHARLES MICHAEL5 fFr.Jg Birminghamg Arts and Sciencesg Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . STANDRIDGE, MARTHAQ CFr.Dg Tuscaloosag Education . . . STANFORD, LEIGH5 fFr.jg Mont- gomeryg Educationg Phi Mu . . . STANFORD, RONNIE LEEQ CSoph.jg Attallag Chemistry . . . STANLEY, BRENDAg CFr.Dg Tuscumbiag Arts and Sciences . . . STANSELL, DIANEg CSoph.Jg Tuscaloosag Educa- tiong Alpha Gamma Delta . . . STARKEY, JIMg CSoph.Jg Mobileg Com- merce and Business Administrationg Phi Kappa Sigma . . . STARLING, JAMES LARRYQ fFr.Jg Gadsdeng Commerce and Business Administra- tiong Phi Kappa Sigma . . . STARNES, ANNE MERIWETHERg CJr.Jg Birminghamg Arts and Sciencesg Phi Mu . . . STARNES, JOHN ROBERTg CFr.J5 Gadsdeng Arts and Sciences. Row Ten: STARNES, JULIA C.g CSoph.Dg Guntersvilleg Arts and Sci- cncesg Delta Delta Delta . . . STARNES, MARY RICHIE5 CJr.D5 Gun- tersvilleg Arts and Sciencesg Pi Beta Phi . . . STARNES, ROBERT L.g fJr.Dg Bessemerg Arts and Sciences . . . STEELE, BRUCEQ CFLJ5 Bir- minghamg Arts and Sciences . . . STEELE, NANCYg fSoph.jg 'Athensg Arts and Sciencesg Phi Mu . . . STEGALL, DOUG: flrjg Birminghamg Commerce and Business Administration . . . STEIN, RICHARD H.: CFr.Dg Montgomeiyg Arts and Sciences . . . STEINBERG, BARBARA BETH5 fFr.Dg Gadsdeng Arts and Sciencesg Sigma Delta Tau . . . STEINER, LARRY NVQ CSoph.Jg Mobileg Arts and Sciences . . . STEIN- WVINDER, ANNEg CFr.Jg Yorkg Arts and Sciencesg Alpha Chi Omega. The caption for this picture was censored. w K I t is f Q' .. Al. UNDERGRADUATES Row One: STELLA, JOAN, QFr.D, Fairfield, Home Economics . . . STENCEL, GINA, Ur.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . STEPH- ENS, BILL CARL, CFr.D, Binningham, Engineering . . . STEPHENS, GEORGE T., Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . STEPHENS, JANET, fFr.D, Atlanta, Georgia, Home Economics, Alpha Delta Pi . . . STEPH- ENS, IR., LOUIS B., CFr.D, jacksonville, Engineering . . . STERN- BERGER, CAROL, fFr.D, Atlanta, Georgia, Arts ant Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . STERNE, MARX C., Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences . . . STEVENS, ALLISON, CFr.D, Pell City, Arts and Sciences . . . STEVENS, DOUGLAS PATRICK, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Engineer- ing, Pi Kappa Alpha. Row Two: STEVENS, LINDA K., fSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . STEVENS, SHARON, CSoph.D, Bessemer, Nursing . . . STEVENS, THOMAS, fSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . STEVENS, IR., W. R., fSoph.D, VVilmington, Delaware, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . STEVENS, VV. R., fFr.D, Phenix City, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . STEVENSON, MARTHA, CFr.D, Mobile, Education, Delta Gamma . . . STEVENSON, YOUNG W., Ur.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Al- pha Tau Omega . . . STEWART, ANGELA, CFr.D, Prattville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . STEVVART, BROWNIE GRACE, fFr.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Kappa Delta . . . STEWART, IR., JAMES DAVID, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Row Three: STEWART, JR., LEWIS M., Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . STEVVART, LINDA FAYE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Chemistry, Alpha Xi Delta . . . STEWART, NANCY RHEA, Ur.D, Carbon Hill, Arts and Sciences . . . STEWART, PATRICIA DALE, Ur.D, Cambridge, Ohio, Education . . . STEWART, IR., VVILSON, fFr.D, Selma, Commerce and Business Administration . . . STIEGEL, INA-MIAE, Ur.D, Miami, Florida, Education, Delta Phi Ep- silon . . . STILL, ED, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . STIN- SON, WAYNE, fFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . STITH, STEPHEN T., CSoplr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Delta Tau Delta . . . STOCKARD, JAMES M., Ur.D, Florence, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Row Four: STOCKARD, OLIVIA, CFr.D, Raleigh, North Carolina, Arts and Sciences . . . STOKER, LINDA, fFr.D, Fayette, Arts and Sciences . . . STOKES, PAUL, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Engineering . . . STOKES, RONALD STEPHEN, CSoph.D, Ozark, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Kappa Sigma . . . STOKES, VICKI, CFr.D: Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . STONE. CONNIE, lSoph.D, Decatur, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . STONE, MARY ANN, CSoph.D, Houston, Texas, Home Economics, Chi Omega . . . STONE, SHARON L., Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . STOREY, MARY FRANCES: fFr.D, Northport, Education . . . STOUT. RODER- ICK P., fFr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi. Row Five: STRAWBRIDGE, SHIRLEY A., Ur.D, Vernon, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . STREET, CYNTHIA, Ur.D, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Omega . . . STRETHER, MARIORIE, CFr.D, Gastenhurg, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . STRICK- LAND, DON N., Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Admin- istration . . . STRICKLAND, DONNA C., CFr.D, Birmingham, Educa- tion, Pi Beta Phi . . . STRICKLAND, FRANCES C.: fFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . STRICKLAND, IRVIN ROSS, Ur.D, Minton, Commerce and Business Administration . . . STRICK- LAND, LARRY ZANE, CFr.D, Tarrant City, Engineering . . . STRINGER, IR., I. G., Ur.D, Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business Administration: Igappa Sigma . . . STRONG, PAUL F., fFr.D, Northport, Arts and crences. Row Six: STRONG, STUART, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . STRUBEL, IOHNNY, CFr.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . STUART, DAVID, fFr.D, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences . . . STUART, LINDA, CSoph.D, Bartow, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . STUART, LUCY, fSoph.D, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . STUART, MARTHA ANN, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . STUCKEY, SUSAN, CSoph.D, Dothan, Education, Delta Zeta . . . SUKIENNIK, CAROL, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Nursing, Alpha Xi Delta . . . SULLIVAN, CAROL, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . SUL- Page 226 bw LIVAN, ED, CFr.J, Wilmington, Delaware, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sig- ma Kappa. Row Seven: SULLIVAN, III, JEROME LEE, CJr.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences . . . SULLIVAN, JOHN D., CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sci- ences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . SULLIVAN, JOSEPH G., CSoph.J, Mo- bile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . SULLIVAN, WILLIAM LARRY, CFr.J, Wmfield, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . SUMMERS, MELODY LEE, CFr.J, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences . . . SURACI, JUDY, CSoph.J, Mobile, Edu- cation, Phi Mu . . . SUTTON, CHARLOTTE, CJr.J, Holt, Education . . . SUTTON, JAMES R., CFr.J, Northport, Arts and Sciences . . . SUTTON, MICHAEL O., fFr.D, Cullman, Engineering . . . SUTTON, STEVEN, QFLJ, Bessemer, Education. Row Eight: SWAIL, CLARK E., fSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . SWANSON, ANNETTE, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . SWEARINGEN, YANCEY G., fJr.J, Shorter, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . SWIFT, JR., DONALD L., CJr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TABER, JAYNE, CFr.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . TALIAFERRO, JOHN FENTON, CSoph.j, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . TAPLIN, WILLIAM C., CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . TATE, BETTY, CFLJ, Jumtsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . TATE, BONNIE GAIL, QJr,J, Adamsville, Education . . . TATE, NANCY, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Delta Pi. How Nine: TATE, PATSY, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Chi Ome- ga . . . TATUM, WANDA KAY, CSoph.J, Frisco City, Arts and Sci- ences . . . TAYLOR, CECILIA, QFr.J, Butler, Education . . . TAYLOR, JR., EDWIN VALENTINE, CJr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . TAYLOR, JR., FRANK M., QFLJ, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Ep- silon . . . TAYLOR, G. TERESA, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . TAYLOR, JAMES F., CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . TAYLOR, JERRY M., fJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . TAYLOR, LLOYD E., CJr.J, Silverhill, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . TAYLOR, NANCY, CFr.J, Shef- field, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega. How Ten: TAYLOR, PATSY V., CJr.J, Chatom, Education . . . TAY- LOR, RICHARD, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . TAYLOR, RUBYE, FAY, CSoph.j, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . TAYLOR, SUSANNA, fJr.J, Kingsport, Tennes- see, Education . . . TAYLOR, WAYNE CLARK, CJr.J, Silas, Arts and Sciences . . . TEAL, SARAH H., QFr.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Education, Alpha Xi Delta . . . TERCH, LINDA, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . TERRELL. EDMUND ARMES, CJr.D, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . TERRIER, PHIL, fJr.J, Chickasaw, Engineering . . . TERRY, II, ALLEN LEE, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi. This is The way to beat the Apes in the greased-pole contest. i G tl' m UNDERGRADUATES Row O-ne: TERRY, EDWARD LEE, CSoph.J, Decatur, Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi . . . TESNEY, ANNETTE, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . TEW, JOHN N., lFr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Admin- istration . . . THACKER, DONALD, fFr.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . THACKER, ROBERT A., CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta. Theta . . . THAMES, PEGGY, CFLD, Samson, Arts and Sciences . . . THETFORD, ROBERT T., CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . THINNES, PATRICIA LOUISE, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sci- ences . . . THOMAS, JR., DONALD S., CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Chemistry, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . THOMAS, GAYLE, CFr.J, Moundville, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: THOMAS, JAMES RAY, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . THOMAS, JANICE ANN, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . THOMAS, JANICE MICHELLE, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . THO- MAS, JILL, CSoph.J, Thomasville, Georgia, Education, Delta Gamma . . . THOMAS, KENNETH L., CFr.D, Bay Minette, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . THOMAS, ROBERT E., fJr.J, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . THOMAS, WILLIAM E., CFr.D, Oneonta, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . THOMP- SON, ALVIN J., CFr.D, Foley, Arts and Sciences . . . THOMPSON, ANN, CJr.J, Clanton, Education, Pi B-eta Phi . . . THOMPSON, BARBARA, tFr.J, Montgomery, Education. Row Three: THOMPSON, BILL, CSoph.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration . . . THOMPSON, BILLY, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Education . . . THOMPSON, CHYRAL FAYE, fFr.J, Toxey, Arts and Sciences . . . THOMPSON, FRANCES, CSoph.J, Chickasaw, Arts and Sciences . . . THOMPSON, JUDY, fFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . THOMPSON, MARIAN PHYLLIS, CSoph.J, Tus- caloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . THOMPSON, ROBERT B., CFr.J, Foley, Engineering . . . THOMPSON, VAN, CSoph.J, Phenix City, Arts and Sciences . . . THOMPSON, YVONNE SUE, fFr.J, Mobile, Chemistry . . . THORN, RANDY, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega. Row Four: THORNTON, O'WEN, fFr.J, Uriah, Education . . . THORN- TON, ROBERT E., fFr.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences . . . THORPE, JO CAROLYN, CSoph.J, Glencoe, Chemistry . . . TI-IRASI-IER, MI- KI, CFLJ, Huntsville, Education, Phi Mu . . . THREET, KAREN, fJr.J, Beaverton, Arts and Sciences . . . THROVVER, PORTER, CFr.J, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . THWEATT, KATHRYN ARNOLD, CFr.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . TICHELI, LEO, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . TIDVVELL, SUSAN, fFr.J, Gadsden, Educa- tion, Delta Zeta . . . TILFORD, JR., EARL N., CFr.D, Sheffield, Education. Row Five: TILL, JR., ARTHUR GREY, CFr.J, Forest Home, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . TILLEY, CAROL, CJr.J, Cullman, Arts and Sciences . . . TILLMAN, WILLIAM, fFr.J, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . TILMAN, MARY ANN, CJr.D, Tus- caloosa, Education . , . TILMAN, ROBERT D., CJr.J, Charleston, South Carolina, Education . . . TIMMERMAN, JR., JAMES McKISSIC, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TIPLER, JUDI G., CFr.J, Sheffield, Arts and Sciences . . . TIPPY, THOMAS R., CFrJ Jackson Engineering Phi Sigma Kappa TIPTON BILL ., 5 5 . .r... ' , ,CJr.J, Gadsden, Education . . . TITTLE, TERRY, CFr.J, Lyn, Education. Row Six: TOBINSON, ROBERT L., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . TODD, BETSY, CSoph.J, Apison, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences . . . TODD, JAMES DAL- LAS, CFr.J, Binningham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TOLBERT, JADIE, CSoph.J, Oneonta, Nursing . . . TOLBERT, LANG- LEY ANN, CJr.J, Montevallo, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . TOM- MASELLE, CHARLES S., CFr.J, Baltimore, Maryland, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . TOMPKINS, CATHY, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Nursing, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . TOWERS, RICHARD W., fJr.D, Paris, Texas, Chemistry . . . TOVVNSEND, JR., JAMES A., CJr.J: Page 228 'Q' wg: it-.' ' .Y T i 4 x gt? - - 4 "'f. I , .V ' W .4 4411. V, ' f ff sw s "W f ., My e sw 4 'V , ' ?f ,..f5' A . . , , -.54 If 3 - . -17" Tuscaloosag Commerce and Business Administrationg Phi Epsilon Pi . TOWRY, ROBERTg CFr.Jg Birminghamg Engineering. 1 Row Seven: TOUCHSTONE, TERRELLg fFr.Jg Huntsvilleg Engineer- ing . . . TOUSSAINT, GARY JAMESQ tSoph.Jg Birminghamg Commerce and Business Administration . , . TOXVNSEND, JOHNg CFr.JQ Tusca- loosag Arts and Sciences . . . TRAINA, JOANNEg CFr.Jg Annistong Arts and Sciences . . . TRAVVICK, DONALD TOWNS5 CJr.J'5 Mobileg Com- merce and Business Administrationg Theta Chi . . . TRAYWICK, BILLIE JOg CSoph.Jg Birminghamg Chemistry . . . TRAYWICK, WAYNE5 CSoph.Jg Maplesvilleg Arts and- Sciences . . . TREADVVELL, BENQ' CSoph.Jg Chevy Chase, Marylandg Commerce :nd Business Administration . . . TRENKLE, MARY PATRICIAg CSoph.Jg Huntsvilleg Arts and Sciences . . . TRIP- lA.FEl"1', PAULA5 CJr.Jg Panama C.ty, Floridag Home Economicsg Zeta Tau p ia. Row Eight: TROOPE, JR., WOODROW W.g CSoph.Jg Crossvilleg Arts and Sciences . . . TROTMAN, DAN5 CSoph.Jg Birminghamg Arts and Sciencesg Delta Chi . . . TROT F, MARY JIMQ lSoph.J5 Huntsvilleg Nurs- ing . . . TROUTMAN, LARRYg fFr.D5 Atmoreg Commerce and Business Administrationg Delta Tau Delta . . . TROWBRIDGE, NANCYg CJr.Jg Decaturg Arts and Sciences . . . TRICE, GLORIA JEAN5 CSoph.Jg De- caturg Educationg Zeta Tau Alpha . . . TRICE, LARRYg CFr.Jg Gilber- towng Commerce and Business Administration . . . TRIGG, JORE A.5 CFr.Jg Mobileg Arts and Sciences . . . TRIMMIER, JR., CHARLES STEPHEN5 CJr.J5 Mobileg Arts and Sciencesg Pi Kappa Phi . . . TROMB- LEE, JON D,g CSoph.Jg Huntsvilleg Engineering. Row Nine: TRUITT, JERRY ROSSg fJr.D5 Florenceg Engineeringg Pi Kappa Phi . . . TUBBS, FRANKIE JOEg QFr.Jg Tuscumbiag Engineering . . . TUCKER, CARLES LARRY5 CSoph.Jg Arabg Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . TUCKER, JACQUELINEg CFr.Jg Dorag Edu- cation . . . TUCKER, JAMES W.g QSoph.Jg Arabg Engineering . . . TUC- KER, MARY LYNNg CFr.J5 Birminghamg Arts and Sciencesg Alpha Delta Pi . . . TUCKER, STEVE ANNA5 CSoph.Jg Tuscaloosag Commerce and Business Administration . . . TUCKER, THOMAS VV.5 CJr.Jg Metropolis, lllinoisg Chemistry . . . TUGGLE, CHARLES5 CFLJ5 Irondaleg Commerce and Business Administration . . . TULLESS, JAMES G.5 fJr.J5 Birming- hamg Engineering. Row Ten: TUMLIN, THOMAS R.g fS0ph.Jg Fort Payneg Engineering . . . TUMSTALL, EDMUND C.5 CFr.Jg Mobileg Commerce and Busi- ness Administrationg Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . TURBERVILLE, HERBERT WILSONg CSoph.Jg Selmag Engineering . . . TURNER, GLENN E.g fSoph.J5 Pinsong Engineeringg Lambda Chi Alpha . . . TURNER, HAR- RIS L.5 CJr.Jg Birminghamg Arts and Sciences . . . TURNER, MARY ANNg fSoph.Jg Dozierg Arts and Sciences . . . TURNER, SHARON ANNQ CFr.Jg Sheffieldg Home Economicsg Delta Delta Delta . . . TUTTLE, MARYg fF1'.lg Mobileg Arts and Sciencesg Alpha Chi Omega . . . TYER SANDRAg CSoph.J5 Prattvilleg Education . . . TYLANDER, KATHLEENg CJr.J5 Vfest Pahn Beach, Floridag Commerce and Business Administra- uong Chi Omega. 1 But Mom, you know how the ole frat life is. M., ..., H.. U.. UNDERGRADUATES Row One: TYLER, JOYCE, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . TYLER, ROGER D., CFr.J, Pinson, Arts and Sciences . . . TYLER, WILLIAM D., fFr.J, Little Rock, Arkansas, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . ULMER, M. B., CFr.J, Demopolis, Arts and Sciences . . . UN- DERWOOD, JANET L., fSoph.J, Port Arthur, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . UNDERWOOD, JOEL W., CSoph.D, Enter-- prise, Chemistry, Pi Kappa. Phi . . . UNDERVVOOD, JUDITH A., CFr.J, Summerdale, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . UNDERWOOD, MYRA ELLEN, CSoph.J, Summerdale, Education . . . UNDERVVOOD, SANDRA, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . UPCHURCH, JR., JOE W., CSoph.D, Talladega, Chemistry. Row Two: VAIL, JULANNE KAYE, CSoph.J, Reform, Education . . . VAILS, LINDA ANN, CFr.D, Alberta, Canada, Arts and Sciences . . . VALENTINE, KAREN, CJr.J, Miami, Florida, Chemistry, Delta Gam- ma . . . VALESKA, DON, CJr.D, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . VANCE, HARRY J., CSoph.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . VANDEVEER, JOHN C., CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . VANN, BOBBY I., CFr.J, Huntsville, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . VAN WAGONER, KATHY, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . VAR- DAMAN, HUGH MERRILL, fJl'.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . VAUGHAN, WILLIAM TERRY, CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences. Row Three: VENABLE, JOSEPH P., CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . VERKAUF, SHERRY, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau . . . VICKERS, BRENDA JOYCE, fFr.J, Florence, Home Economics . . . VICKERY, MARY LYNNE, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . VINES, JR., BEN H., CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . VINES, EDNA, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . VINES, JUDSON B., QSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . VINES, LARRY VVAYNE, QFr.J, Hueytown, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . VINES, MARY, CJr.j, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . VINING, FRANCES L., CJLD, Tuscaloosa, Education, Phi Mu. Row Four: VIVERETTE, SANDRA, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education . . . VOGELSANG, DEBORAH ANN, CFr.D, Mobile, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . VOGHT, FREDERIC BROOK, CSoph.D, WVinter Park, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . VOL- TZ, III, JAMES WV., lFr.J, Selma, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Kappa Alpha . . . VON HAGEL, BERNARD, CSoph.l, Birmingham, Engineering . . . VON HAGEL, RAYMOND L., QFLJ, Birmingham, En- gineering . . . VON TEMPSKE, JEANNINE, CFr.J, Montgomery, Nursing . . . VON ZAMFT, STEVEN, fFr.J, Miami, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . VOOKLES, CLAUDIA, CFr.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . VORDENBAUMEN, HON- EY, CSoph.J, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta. Row Five: WADE, CHARLIE D., QFr.J, Reform, Arts and Sciences . . . WADE, RAE ELLEN, CJr.J, Mobile, Education, Phi Mu . . . WVAD- LEY, MARY ANNE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . VVAG- NER, NANCY ELIZABETH, CJr.J, Columbus, Ohio, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . WAHLSTON, LINDA K., CFLJ, Dalkeith, Australia, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . WAIGAND, BRENDA CAROL, CFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Delta Zeta . . . WAITE, CLAUDE, lJr.J, Grove Hill, Education . . . WAITES, LINDA DIANNE, fSoph.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WAITES, RICHARD, fSoph.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Delta Tau Delta . . . VVAKEFIELD, JIM, fJr.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha. Row Six: WALDROP, CHARLES, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . WALDROP, THO- MAS D., QSoph.J, Wadley, Arts and Sciences . . . WALKER, ANN, fFr.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . WALKER, BARBARA RAY, tJr.D, Pascagoula, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . VVALKER, CXROLE DIANE, CFr.J, Leeds, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . WALKER, CAROLYN MARTIN, fJr.J, Prattville, Education . . . WALKER, JR., JAMES A., CFr.D, Enterprise, Arts and Sciences . . . WALKER, JR., JAMES CLINTON, CFLJ, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences . . . VVALKER, MARY NELL, CFr.D, Page 230 Orange Beach, Nursing . . . WALKER, RICHARD, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences. Row Seven: WALKER, JR., H. E., CFr.J, Gitronelle, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WALKER, JR., JULIAN EDWARD, CJr.J, York, Arts and Sciences, Theta. Chi . . . XNALKER, TERRIEL VVADE, CJr.J, Haleyville, Engineering . . . WVALL, SCOT A., CSoph.J, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences . . . VVALLACE, CHERYL, fFr.J, West Jef- ferson, Home Economics . . . VVALLACE, JANE, CFr.J, Bessemer, Edu- cation, Phi Mu . . . VVALLACE, JANELLE RAE, QFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . WALLACE, PATRICIA ANN, CSoph.J, Roanoke, Education, Alpha. Chi Omega . . . WALSH, LINDA, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . VVALSH, MARY, CSoph.J, Lenoir, North Carolina, Education. Row Eight: WALTON, PHILIP DEAN, fJr.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sci- ences . . . WALTERS, LYNNE MQ, CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sci- ences . . . WALTON, CLANTON, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WANDER, JACKY, QFr.J, Selma, Educa- tion, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . WARD, DAVID H., fJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WARD, DAVID W., CFr.J, Parsippany, New Jersey, Commerce and Business Administration . . . VVARD, JR., THEODORE ROBERT, CSoph.D, Abbeville, Engineering . . . WARREN, JACKIE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . VVARREN, LYNN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Phi Mu . . . WASH- INGTON, LINDA, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta. Row Nine: VVATKINS, JAMES B., CJr.J, Pinson, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Delta Chi . . . WATSON, ELIZABETH REYNOLDS, fFr.J, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Omega . . . WATSON, JAMES R., CJr.J, La Crosse, VVisconsin, Arts and Sciences . . . WATSON, JOHN F., CFr.j, Brewton, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . WATSON, VVARD, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . WATT, RICHARD B., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . WATTS, JR., DEWEY M., CSoph.J, BIrmingham, Education, Delta Chi . . . WATTS, RONALD D., CSoph.J, Crossville, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . WAUGH, MATT, fSoph,J, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . VVAYNE, GILLIS HIXON, CSoph.J, Brewton, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu. Row Ten: WEAR, MARY BETH, fJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . VVEAR, PATRICIA MILTON, CJr.J, Decatur, Edu- cation, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . WEATHERS, DOUGLAS LEROY, fFr.J, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . WEAVER, JR., EDGAR W., CJr.J, Ashland, Arts and Sciences . . . WEAVER, KITTIE, fSoph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WEAVER, LINDA: CJr.D, Knoxville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . WEAVER, III, TYRE C., CFr.J, LaFayette, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . WEAVER, JR., VVILLIAM LONNIE, CFr.J, Decatur, Engineering . . . NVEBB, ALLISON, CFr.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . XVEBB, JR., HENRY WVINDER, CFr.J, Demo- polis, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega. Now, when I was in the Boy Scouts cmd we got lost . . . J f'H ' vw UNDERGRADUATES Row One: WEBB, MARIE, CFr.D, Gadsden, Nursing . . . XVEBB, MARSHA, CFr.D, Atmore, Home Economics, Delta Zeta . . . YVEBB, JR., SAM L., CFr.D, York, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . NVEB- BER, WVILLA, Ur.D, Atlantic Beach, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . WEBSTER, BRENDA J,, CFr.D, Carbon Hill, Home Econo- mics . . . WEED, SAM D., CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . VVEEKS, SUSAN, Ur.D, Frisco City, Arts and Sciences . . . WEILL, EVIE, CFr.D: Montgomery, Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . WEINSTEIN, BRUCE, fFr.D, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . XVEINSTEIN, FRANCES M., CFr.D, Jasper, Education, Sigma Delta Tau. Row Two: WEINSTEIN, JACK, tFr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . WVEINSTEIN, LYNN, tSoph.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Sigma Delta Tau . . . WEISS, JR., JAMES T., Ur.D, Ragland, Engineering . . . WELCH, ANN, fFr.D, Mobile, Home Economics . . . WELDEN, GAYLE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . WELK, SUSAN CAROL, CFr.D, Union Springs, Arts and Sciences . . . VVELLS, II, NIGEL EBEN, fSoph.D, Ozark, Com- merce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . WELLS, JR., THERON VV., Ur.D, Dothan, Arts and Sciences . . . VVESLEY, PAT, Ur.D, Cullman, Commerce and Business Administration . . . XVESSON, ROBERT CHARLES, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Education. Row Three: YVEST, JOHN L., fSoph.D, Birmingham, Engineering . . . VVEST, LANE BRADFORD, CFr.D, Columbus, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . VVEST, ROBERT C., CFr.D, Double Springs, Commerce and Business Administration . . . XVESTBROOK, ANNE, fFr.D, Dalton, Georgia, Home Economics . . . XVESTBROOKE, MADGE W., tSoph.D, Springfield, Missouri, Education . . . NVESTFAUL, DARRELL, CSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . WVESTON, MARION JACQUELINE, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . WEYGAND, KAREN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Gam- ma Delta . . . WHALEY, MARTHA ANNE, Ur.D, Montevallog Arts and Sciences Al ha Delta Pi XVHALEY ROBERT L 'So uh L -,p. 4 ', 4 .,t1.D, Troy, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma. Row Four: WVHATLEY, ADAIR, Ur.D, Columbia, Engineering, Alpha Delta Pi . . . YVHATLEY, PATRICIA ANN, tFr.D, Tusca- loosa, Home Economics . . . VVHATLEY, VICKI LYNN, CFr.D, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . VVHEELER, JIMMY, CSoph.D, Trussville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . VVHEELER, JUDI, CFr.D, Pisgah, Nursing, Alpha Xi Delta . . . WHETSTONE, DA- VID T., CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . VVHIDDEN, LARRY E., Ur.D, Nevvville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . VVHI- TAKER, MARTI, CSoph.D, Atlanta, Georgia, Nursing . . . VVHITE, BEVERLY, fFr.D, Cullman, Home Economics . . . VVHITE, CHESTER F., Ur.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Row Fioe: VVHITE, GEORGE KENDRELL, CFr.D, Oneonta, Com- merce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . WHITE, HOLLY, tFr.D, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . XVHITE, JOANN P., Ur.D, Sheffield, Arts and Sciences . . . VVHITE, LOUISE, CFr.D, Panama City, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . VVHITE, LUC- INDA, fSoph.D, Troy, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . XVHITE, PATRICIA A., CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . VVHITE, PHI- LIP, CFr.D, Cottondale, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kap ua . . . XVHITE, SHELBY EDWARDS, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . WHITE, WALTER JOEL, Ur.D, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . VVHITED, ANN, Ur.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences. Row Six: WVHITED, CURTIS L., CFLD, Tuscaloosa, Education, Beta Theta Pi . . . WHITED, JAMES GLENN, Ur.D, Oneonta, Education . . . XVHITFIELD, ROBERT BOND, Ur.D, Demopolis, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . WI-IITLEY, JOHN G., Ur.D, Mobile, Comm-erce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . WVHITLOCK, DORIS J., CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . VVHITMIRE, SANDRA R., tFr.D, Decatur, Education, Zeta Tau Alplta . . . WHITT, ELLEN CLARE, CSoph.D, Athens, Arts and Sciences . . . WHITT, KENNY, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WHITT, Page 232 X X .ns 2, ,- . ' 4 is I 2 jf vii 1 1 ,, it W. A '1 'PW' M sw ' LINDAg CSoph.Jg Fort Worth, Texasg Educationg Pi Beta Phi . . . VVHITT, NANCY MARIEQ CJr.Jg Athensg Arts and Sciences. How Seven: WVHITT, WENDALg CFr.Jg Tuscaloosag Education . . . VVHITTLE, DONNAg fSoph.Jg Gadsdeng Educationg Alpha Chi Omega . . . XVI-IORTON, JACKIE E.g CSoph.Jg Huntsvilleg Arts and Sciences . . . WIENAND, KATHERINE LEHMANg CF1'.Jg Montgomervg Arts and Sciences . . . WIGGINS, LAINIEg CSoph.Jg Birminghamg Education . . . WIGGINS, NELLg CSoph.Jg Dothang Nursng . . . WIGINTON, JANICE5 CJr.Jg Gordovag Education . . . VVILBANKS, BARBARA5 CSoph.lg Alexander Cityg Arts and Sciencesg Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . XVILDER, JAMES D.g CFr.Dg Tuscaloosag Chemistryg Chi Phi . NVILDER, JERRY WAYNEg fJr.Jg Gadsdeng Chemistry. How Eight: WVILDER, KENNETH D.g fFr.Jg Birminghamg Arts and Sciencesg Phi Epsilon, Pi . . . WILDER, RICHARD B.g CJr.J5 Louisville, Kentuckyg Commerce and Business Administrationg Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . WILKERSON, GERALD VV.g fSoph.Jg Annistong Commerce and Business Administration . . . WILKES, WILLIAM Eg CSoph.Jg Jackg Arts and Sciencesg Pi Kappa Phi . . . XVILKINS, JERRY LEROYg CSoph.lg Tuscaloosag Commerce and Business Administration . . . WILKINS, LIN- DA JUANETTEQ iJr.Jg Trussvilleg Home Economics . . . VVILKINS, SUE ELLENg CSoph.Jg Trussvilleg Home Economics . . . WILKINSON, MELANIEg CFr.Jg Hueytowng Education . . . WILLHELM, LINDA5 CSO- ph.Jg Bimiinghamg Education . . . XVILLIAMS, BETTY JEANg CFr.Jg Jasperg Educationg Alpha Xi Delta. Bow Nine: VVILLIAMS, CURTISg CJ1'.Jg Blountsvilleg Educationg Phi Sigma Kappa . . . WILLIAMS, DENNIS V.5 CFr.Jg Huntsvilleg Com- merce and Business Administrationg Delta Chi . . , WILLIAMS, DONALD G.g CJr.Jg Adamsvilleg Chemistryg Phi Kappa Psi . . . WILLIAMS, JAMES F.g CJ1'.Jg Decaturg Arts and Sciences . . . WILLIAMS, JOHN W.g CSoph.Jg Mobileg Arts and Sciences . . . WVILLIAMS, LAURIEg CJr.Jg Carrolltong Education . . . WILLIAMS, MARGARET LOUISEg fSoph.Jg Mont- gomeryg Arts and Sciences . . . XVILLIAMS, MARY JEANETTEg fFr.jg Childersburgg Education . . . WILLIAMS, NANCY JANEg fFr.Dg Bir- minghamg Educationg Delta Zeta . . . WVILLIAMS, ROSCOE A.g CJr.Jg Clantong Commerce and Business Administrationg Phi Delta Theta. How Ten: WVILLIAMS, SALLIE K.5 CFr.Jg Huntsvilleg Education . . . VVILSON, SANDRA GAILg CFr.Jg Florenceg Educationg Pi Beta Phi . . . WILLIAMS, SI-IIRLEYg iFr.Jg Millbrookg Commerce and Business Administration . . . WILLIAMS, WAYNE L.g CSoph.Jg Panama Cityg Commerce and Business Administrationg Beta Theta Pi . . . WILLIAMS, VVENDYQ CJLJ5 Mariong Home Economics . . . WVILLIAMSON, CAROLIQ fFr.Jg Bessemerg Educationg Phi Mu . . . WVILLIAMSON, DONNA5 CFr.Jg Birminghamg Arts and Sciencesg Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . VVIL- LIAMSON, ELLENg CFr.Jg Montgomery: Arts and Sciencesg Alpha Chi Omega . . . VVILLIAMSON, SUE E.5 CFr.jg Bankstong Chemistry . . . WILLINGHAM, JIMMY S.g CJr.Dg Fay-etteg Engineeringg Phi Kappa Sigma. Three vices. UNDERGRADUATES Row One: WVILLIS, SALLY VV., CFr.J, Russellville, Education, Kappa Delta . . . VVILSON, ALICE, CFr.D, Elba, Education . . , WILSON, DIANNE, fSoph.J, Fackler, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . VVILSON, EARL CALHOUN, fS0ph.J, Eufaula, Arts and Sciences . . . WILSON, JR., J. D., fFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . WILSON, JUDY, fSoph,J, Birmingham, Educa- tion, Delta Zeta . . . WILSON, JUDY ANN, CSoph.D, Elha, Home Eco- nomics . . . WILSON, KAREN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Ho-me Economics . . . VVILSON, KAY, CJr.J, Gadsden, Chemistry . . . WILSON, LEE, C Soph.D, Birmingham, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Row Two: WILSON, MICHAEL STUART, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . VVILSON, PATRICIA W., CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . VVILSON, SUZ- ANNE, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . WILSON, TRISH, CJLJ, Vicksburg, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . WIMBERLY, STEPHANIE M., CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Alpha Xi Delta . . . WINGARD, JERRY A., CSoph.J, Mont- gomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . WINNETT, PAT, fSoph.J, Virginia Beach, Virginia, Education . . . WINT- ZELL, STAN ALLEN, CJr.J, Bayou La Batre, Arts and Sciences . . . WIRT, D. MICHAEL, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . WISDOM, VV. A., CFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering. Row Three: WISE, JAN MARY, CSoph.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Edu- cation, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . VVISE, MARSHA, CFr.J, Nashville, Ten- nessee, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon, . . . WIX, WILLIAM MICHAEL' a fFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . , . WOLCOTT, JUDY, CJr.l, Rome, Georgia, Arts and Sciences . . . WOLFORD, ALVIN RICHARD, CJr.J, Grand Bay, Arts and Sciences . . . WOLIN, ELEANOR I., CFr.J, Huntsville, Education . . . WOLLAN, JANE, CFLJ, Hamilton, Home Economics, Phi Mu . . . VVOLPERS, KATHY, CJr.D, Poplar Bluff, Missouri, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . WOMBLE, DONALD Ps QJLJ, Birmingham, Engineering . . . WOOD, BECKY ANN, fJr.J, Tus- caloosa, Education, Delta Zeta. 9 Row Four: WOOD, J. E., CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . VVOOD, JR., JOE RICHARD, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Theta Chi . . . VVOOD, MICHAEL THOMAS, Cl-7'r.J, New- ton, Mississippi, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WOOD WILEY D., CJr.J, LaFayette, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . WOOD, JR., WILLIAM C., CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sig- ma Chi . . . VVOODALL, W. THOMAS, CSoph.D, Gurley, Arts and Sci- ences . . . VVOODHAM, CHERYL, fSoph.J, Trussville, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . WOODHAM, MARSHA ANN, CJr.D, Opp, Edu- cation, Phi Mu . . . WOODLEY, CHARLES L., CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . WOODRUFF, LAURIE HILBURN, CSoph.J, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta. 7 Row Five: WOODS, DOUGLAS J., CSoph.D, Decatur, Arts and Sci- ences . . . XVOODS, JOHN, CSoph.j, Birmingham, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . WOOTEN, LARRY EARLE, CJr.J, Anniston, Engi- neering . . . WORLEY, DONNA, CFr.J, Sheffield, Arts and Sciences . . . WORSHAM, GLADYS, CFr.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . WORTHINGTON, MARY CAROLYN, fSoph.J, Bessemer, Educa- tion . . . WRIGHT, JAMES H., CSoph.J, Northport, Engineering . . . WRIGHT, MARY C., CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . WRIGHT, ROBERT E., CJr.J, Jasper, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . WRIGHT, JR., WILLIAMS R., CJr.J, Montgomery, Engi- neering. Page 234 N G w 1, A ' ' ff ' -A W 1, ' V W. ' l i ff 4 , 6? , 49 :. V J . ::, ,, , X E . .A S ,- . 'If 2 7 jx f we Q4 X be X 'ter , a Q ft 5 K. I , ':"' How Six: VVURTELE, III, HENRY J., CSoph.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . WYATT, IR., WALLACE, QFLD, Ash- ville, Arts and Sciences . . . WYKER, IBBYQ QFr.Dg Decatur, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . WYNNE, HALLIE L, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . YARBROUGH, ELIZABETH, QFLJ, Montgomery, Edu- cation, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Row Seven: YARBROUGH, LAWRENCE KING, ULD, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . YATES. IOE H., QSoph.J, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . YATES, PATRICIA ANN, CSoph.Dg Arab, Arts and Sciences . . . YAVIS, CORNELIA, ULD, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences . . . YEACKLE, WILLIAM E., CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Row Eight: YEARGAN, DAVID G., ULD, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . YONKER, KAREN ANN, fSoph.D, Mobile, Education, Chi Omega . . . YORK, BETTY A., QSoph.D, Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . YORK, WAYNE ROB, Chl, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . YOUNG, EDVVIN G., CFr.l, Uniontown, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta. Row Nine: YOUNG, IANICE, CFr.j, Florence, Arts and Sciences . . . YOUNG, VVILLARD PIERCE, CFr.J, Uniontown, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . YOUNGER, MYRA N., ULD, Montgomery, Educa- tion . . . YOW, DTACK, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ZANGWVILL, HENRY S., ULD, Miami Beach, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Ten: ZAROVSKY, SUSAN, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . ZEANAH, WILLIAM REX, QSoph.Jg Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . ZEIGLER, JEAN, CILJ, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . ZEITLIN, CAROL EL, CSoph.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . ZWEIG, RICHARD ALAN, CFr.j, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau. Page 235 S 5 171. v.. 4 f 'QVMM . 04 '- X , If ,,, , 1 Q A . ....L.. . ,, . ' ww- ,, , , , , "El-M5 M W- -V -- my , ,Q .X fav ' " ' N'-SW:355..:2f55:,'-lin.,xx,if 'f,5i,LX.wfi'q1w f 1 I ' 1 1 V rw, 3 R? f I WN f Q' W J V1 T315 ff , fe. 3 f , 7 2 Q .-4? 23: X' ! ,, r The 1965 Corolla Beauties and favorites were selected from a field of fifty girls representing sororities, fra- ternities, dorms, and organizations on campus. They were chosen by a panel of judges composed of Mr. Les King, head of the photography department at Au- burn Universityg Mrs. C. O. Osborn, Birmingham modele ing instruetorg and Mr. Art Hanes, former mayor of Birmingham. The 22 finalists selected by the judges appeared at the traditional Beauty Pageant, which was highlighted this year by the appearance of the Serendipity Singers. Here the nine Corolla Beauties were chosen by popular vote. From these nine the original panel of judges then selected the top Corolla Beauty, Miss Barbara Britt. The top nine are chosen by student vote at the Corolla Beauty Ball, featuring the Serendipity Singers. E 2 i E The nine Corolla Beauties. Miss Borboro Britt is presented roses, signifying her being chosen top Corolla Beauty ' s , ff-N. J The iudges interview the nine contestants for top Beauty. Q .gf K 7 4.-4 Pclge 239 iam gargara Hifi... top This yearls reigning beauty, Miss Barbara Britt of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, typifies the Southern charm of an Alabama Coed. This lovely Alpha Chi Omega has ap- peared as a Corolla Beauty for three previous years, has been a Crimson girl, is now Tuscaloosa County's Maid of Cotton, and was a finalist in competition for the state title. Miss Britt is a senior in the College of Education with a major in Spanish. The 1965 Corolla staff is proucl to have Miss Barbara Britt represent us as our top Corolla Beauty. Nb Qs? .2 1 Ja:- , ,, .. , 1 :.4a.q.W,,N W W . eggs, - tw " 1' 4: I ... A ,gain A was ,. 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ML ' if :fr 51 .1 avg .5 ff: w we' 'fax-ff ,. f xiii! i g ' ivy . ','f5Z1z M , 9 ye- .--Q ,-.-if f ,. -1 :gr,,5 f 3:52 'I 5.-' . Qf:S'-2' W .p.q1g,,H,L, : 5 , . -. l . y.::5z.'N ff 4' 'N K' Pc f if' 21575 1 'wffliv-? ' 11 - - ' .573 CIR' 'Q-151 . . , . .-,.:1E'w1:.1'?i1"' 2 , "-f-av A,:,L3ig 1 ' 3 rf Y ff? ,, ,Q 'G' f,-Q FO0TBAll: NUMBER I IN THE NATION T964 CRIMSON TIDE: FIRST ROW: David Ray, John Williams, Jerry Duncan, John Calvert, Creed Gilmer, Dudley Kerr, John Mosley, Wayne Trimble, Leslie Kelley, Robert Rumsey, Dickie Bean, Harold Moore, John Sullivan . . . SECOND ROW: Ron Durby, Larry Wall, Joe Namath, Mike Hopper, Jim Simmons, Raymond Ogden, Gaylon McCollough, Mickey Andrews, Charlie Stephens, Kenneth Mitchell, Frankie McClendon, Hudson Harris, Buddy French, Dan Kearley, Ron Bird, Wayne Freeman . . . THIRD ROW: Cecil Dowdy, Steve Sloan, Bill Tugwell, Wayne Cook, Vernon Newbill, Paul Crane, Tim Bates, Ray Perkins, Tommy Tolleson, Ben McLeod, Lynn Strickland, Jim Fuller, Richard Cole, Jimmy Carroll, Steve Bowman, Louis Thompson . . . NOT PICTURED: Jackie Sherrill, Grady Elmore and Frank Canterbury. Paul "Bear" Bryant, Head Football Coach and Athletic Director. Final Wire Service Polls 8-0-0 4-2-0 4-2-0 4-2-0 4-2-1 3-3-0 2-4-1 2-5-0 1-4-1 1-5-1 UPI AP Alabama 1 Alabama Arkansas 2 Arkansas Notre Dame 3 Notre Dame Michigan 4 Michigan Texas 5 Texas Nebraska 6 Nebraska L.S.U. 7 L.S.U. Oregon 8 Oregon Ohio State 9 Ohio State Southern California 10. Southern California SEC STANDINGS Alabama Georgia Florida Kentucky L. S. U. Auburn Ole Miss Miss. State Vanderbilt Tennessee Tulane 1-5-0 One of Coach Bryant's many anxious moments. COACHING STAFF: FlRST ROW: Jim Goostree, Ken Meyer, Dude Hennessey, Jimmy Sharpe, Rich- ard Williamson, Sam Bailey . . . SECOND ROW: Howard Snellen- berger, Ken Donahue, Gene Stallings, Coach Bryant, Carney Laslie, Clem Gryska, Dee Powell. Everyone said that it couldnlt be done, but a group of young men and dedicated coaches proved to them- selves and the World that the impossible was possible. No one foresaw the victories and honors that 1964 would bring to football at the University. The Crimson Tide was a team described as being with- out much ability, but What it lacked was made up in heart and determination. Alabama placed Dan Kearley and VVayne Freeman on All-American and All-SEC teamsg other All-SEC selections included Steve BOW- man and Joe Namath. After star quarterback Joe Na- math injured his knee early in the season, Steve Sloan filled the gap and led the Tide to an undefeated season. To everyoneis amazement the Crimson Tide Went on to win ten straight games over some the the roughest opponents in the country, including eight conference teams. In doing this the Tide was ranked Number 1 in both Wire sewice polls and earned an Orange Bowl berth. The COROLLA Wishes to thank TI-IE BIRMING- HAM NEWS for supplying many of the pictures used in this section. P Joe Namath gains long yardage against Georgia in the opening game. Alabama opened its 1964 season, Coach Paul Bry- antis 20thi year as a head coach, by soundly defeat- ing the Georgia Bulldogs. It was the Tideis fifth straight win over the University of Georgia and the opening of another outstanding year for the Crim- son Tide. After sitting out the last two games of the 1963 season, senior quarterback Joe Namath was in brill- iant form as he completed 16 passes for 167 yards. On the ground Namath gained 55 yards and scored three touchdowns. Hudson Harris scored the other Ala- bama touchdown and David Ray rounded out the scoring with a field goal and four extra points. Veterans such as Steve Bowman, Buddy French, and Hudson Harris ttu'ned in their usual splendid performances. Alabama football will be in good hands for several years as sophmores Leslie Kelly, john Mos- ley, and Tim Bates proved themselves to be excellent football material. ALABAMA 31 GEORGIA The Georgia line stops Namath after cz short gain. Statistics: First Downs Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage Passes Pass. Intercept. by Punts Fumbles lost Yards Penalized Georgia 6 82 83 5-13 0 .4 .49 1 15 Alabama 22 224 167 16-21 0 3-49 0 53 A blocker leads the way for Steve Sloan as he sweeps around end. 262 ALABAMA 36 TULANE 6 After a sluggish first quarter the Alabama Crimson Tide came roaring back to an impressive victory over the Tulane Green VVave. Tulane never quit, but the Tide's powerful offense and stingy defense proved too much for the Greenies. Ioe Namath and Leslie Kelley furnished the Tide a one-two punch that could not be stopped. XV hen quarter- back Namath could not pass, he called on fullback Kelley to grind out the yardage on the ground. Sophomore Frank Canterbury was also outstanding as a runner and as a pass receiver. David Ray added to the Tideis victory by catching a Namath pass for a touchdown, kicking two field goals, and converting two points after touch- downs. The other Alabama tallies came on two Namath plunges, and Namath Conversion passes to Iackie Sherill and Frank Canterbury. Reflecting on the game, Tulane coach Tommy O'Boyle said, "Alabama has a fine football team, and will be hard for anyone to stop this yearf' Statistics: First Downs Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage Passes Pass. Intercept. by Punts Fumbles lost Yards Pcnalizcd Tulane 6 25 86 ll-15 0 8-37 l 25 Alabama 21 260 123 lil-20 1 3-36 1 46 Sophomore fullback Leslie Kelley turns ci flip offer being brought clown by Tulane tucklers. Page 263 ALABAMA 24 VAN ERBILT 0 Statistics: First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Passes Passes Intercept. Punts Fumbles lost Yards Penalized b Vanderbilt 10 78 89 7-22 y 3 S-47 2 55 Alabama 16 153 141 13-23 1 7-46 1 87 Joe Nczmclth keeps cz firm grip on the ball ous the rolin comes- clown in Birmingham. A rain-soaked field, a stiff breeze, and a very aggres- sive Vanderbilt team combined to make the first half a toe-to-toe battle between the Crimson Tide of Alabama and the Vanderbilt Commodores. But the second half was much different as the Tidesmen dominated play with a brilliant offense. The Alabama offense was led by Joe Namath who passed for two touchdowns and ran for a third. The two touchdown passes brought Namathis total to 24, which broke a career record of 23 shared by famed Crimson Tide greats Harry Cilmer and Ed Salem. David Ray rounded out the scoring by kicking a field goal and three extra points. Outstanding on defense were Paul Crane, lim Sim- mons, and Dan Kearly. But the team lost a key player in Iackie Sherrill, who broke an ankle which kept him out the remainder of the season. 1 -.M .mm . yv u David Ray aolcls to Alaloama's victory as he makes tics: Downs ng Yardage ig Yardage s s Intercept. by iles lost Penalized N. C. State 6 41 43 3-9 0 10-40 0 61 a spectacular catch. Alabama 19 171 171 15-18 0 4-32 3 98 Page 265 ALABAMA 21 NC STATE 0 Steve Sloan, who had played only one offensive play in Alabama's first three games because of a broken finger, took charge of the Crimson Tide from injured Ioe Na- math, and led them to an outstanding victory over a strong North Carolina State team. The two teams met as top teams of their respective conferences with iden- tical 3-0 records. Sloan took over midway in a drive that culminated with his scoring on a 1-yard plunge. He also directed drives of 51 and 53 yards that resulted in Alabama TD,s. Fullback Steve Bowman scored the second Bama touch- down and end Tommy Tolleson snared a 10-yard aerial for the remaining score. Tolleson caught 8 passes for 81 yards which broke the record of seven caught in a single game held by three other Tidesmen. In making a tremendous comeback after losing their starting quarterback, the Tide proved that it takes team effort to play winning football. Hudson Harris brings clown an unwilling State end. ALABAMA I9 TENNESSEE 8 Statistics: First Downs Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage Passes Passes Intercept. by Punts Fumbles lost Yards Penalized Tennessee 9 66 78 7-14 1 7-31 3 53 Alabama 15 166 76 7-18 2 fi-27 2 39 Couch Bryant watches from the sidelines os the Tide rolls over Tennessee. Paul Bryanfs Crimson Tide won its fifth consecutive game of the season before 48,500 fans in Knoxvilleis Neyland Stadium against the rugged Volunteers of Ten- nessee. Blocked kicks, fumbles, and rugged defensive football made this an exciting conference battle. Alabama completely dominated the first half with two touchdowns and a field goal and led 16-0 at halftime. Twice the Tide took the ball almost to paydirt but were stopped by a determined Tennessee defense. Dtuing the second half, the Vols scored after recovering an Ala- bama fumble, but the Tide came back with a field goal. Steve Bowman led they Tide's rushing with 70 yards, but was followed closely by Hudson Harris and Steve Sloan. Center Caylon McCullough accounted for an Ala- bama TD as he sprinted 22 yards after fielding a punt blocked by WVayne Cook. David Ray missed his first PAT of the year as it was blocked by a Tennessee player. End Tommy Tolleson pulls in one of the mony passes he caught this yeczr. -- 5m4N5f ik X sl ALABAMA I7 FLORIDA I4 Re-injuring his knee during the first quarter, Joe Namatlm watched from the sidelines as Steve Sloan led the Tide to a come-from-behind victory over nationally ranked Florida in one of the most exciting football games ever played. The Gators scored first, but Alabama came back to tie them when Bowman lunged over from the one, cnd- ing an 87-yard drive. Florida struck againg lhcn Bowman raced 30 yards for a second Tide score. Bays field goal made it a 17-1-I ball gainc. N'Vit'h a minute to go, Florida drove to Alabama's 13, and attempted a game-tying field goal on the fourth down. They missed. Bear Bryant had this to say about the Homecoming Saturday afternoon, i'XVin, lose, or draw, this Alabama football team takes the Number 1 spot with me. This bunch is the best crew of young folks Iive ever been aroundf, Statistics: First Downs Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage Passes Passes Intercept. by Punts Fumbles lost Yards Penalized Tommy Tolleson and David Ray rush the kicker causing him To miss what could have been the winning points. Florida 18 138 140 9-14 1 5-38 0 5 Alabama 18 220 113 8-13 1 3-43 1 5 Punts 5 36 3 57 With this kick David Ray ties an SEC mark by kicking Fumbles lost three tielcl goals in a single game. Steve Sloan unleashes another pass against the Mississippi State defense. Recovering from a first period Mississippi State touch- down, the Alabama Crimson Tide roared back to com- pletely devastate the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs' hopes of upsetting the favored Tide came crashing to the ground as 45,000 fans looked on in jacksonis Memorial Stadium. Steve Sloan completed 14 of 25 passes for 176 yards and rushed for 48. His yardage exceeded Stateis total offense by 22 yards. David Bay booted three field goals to become the holder of a new seasonis record of 10. F ullback Steve Bowman scored two touchdowns as he twice drove over from the one. Alabamals powerful offense proved to be the decisive factor as it completely controlled the ball in the second half. During the third quarter the Bulldogs had the ball for only three plays. After the first half, the defense showed its old form as Creed Gilmer and lim Simmons were crucial, and Dan Kearley made some good tackles. Steve Bowman is buried under an avalanche of L.S.U. players. Over 70,000 people, the largest number ever to see a football game in Alabama, packed in Bll'U1ll1gl1Z11Tl,S Le- gion Field to watch Alabama and LSU battle down to the wire. It was close all the way, but the Tide stove off two late LSU drives to clinch the game. The Bengals scored first, but the Tide came roaring back with Bowman driving over for the score. But LSU,s Moureau put his side on top at halftime 9-7 with a field goal. A scoreless third quarter passed, then David Bay kicked his 11th field goal. Soon after, Hudson Harris intercepted an LSU pass and raced to paydirt. Alabama's defense held as Frankie McClendon batted down three Bengal passes, and the game ended 17-9. Xfvlltll this victory the Crimson Tide clinched the SEC title and proved once again that Paul Bryant is still the Old Master as he defeated his old pupil, Charlie Mc-- Statistics: First Downs Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage Passes Passes Intercept. by Punts Fumbles lost Yards Penalized S. U. 16 97 178 15-40 0 7-40 0 43 ALAB MA I7 l. S. U. 9 An Alabama drive is Temporarily halted at the line of scrimmage. Alabama 12 148 74 7-9 3 7-48 2 G1 Clendon. ALA AMA 24 GEORGIA ECH 7 Outweighed and riddled with injuries, the Crimson Tide soundly defeated a strong Georgia Tech team at Grant Field. This meeting terminated the 46-game series between the two schools. The first half was a bitterly fought stalemate until Mike Hopper fell on a Tech fumble at mid-field. Then Joe Namath trotted in from the sideline and immediately passed to David Ray, who scampered to the one. Bow- man bulled over. Creed Gilmer recovered a Bama on- sides kick at the Tech 485 then it was Namathi to Og- den, who lumbered to the three. Ray took a pass for the score, bringing the Alabama total to 14 in 80 seconds. In the second half, the Tide scored its third touch- down as Steve Sloan directed a 91-yard march. Pray kicked a field goal to finish Alabama's scoring and to set a new national collegiate record for scoring by kick- ing. His 58 points eclipsed the 1961 mark of 55. Statistics: Georgia Tech Alabama First Downs 14 17 Rushing Yardage 155 189 Passing Yardage 29 169 Passes 4-6 9-17 Passes Intercept. by 0 0 Punts 6-37 3-38 Fumbles lost 2 0 Yards Penalized 5 25 U, .W-4 ' : -:if 1 n -1 1' 1 f ,irq . ..... . K - - I I 1 N f gs, 1 'y , .1 fa 1 1 , 1 'Y W 1 5- F 1 1 -P a's1-1ff's - H 5 .1 ,..,. , .1 fini I 1 1 X ,A WQNL4. -Q W' . A ' ' WAP 1 . -1 - fi' 11,.1.11. ,. , . ffm- Jimi' ' - ts: 1 111 -it ,, 1 1 1 ..-ff -- . . w. 1- .15 -gym ' 1. 1 Pl - . 1-v T1 .. Z' 1 A " 1 'fgfifffi Q f ',,.'e C 1. Viz we 4 is . My Q , . 1 ,M Q ' "' a. -1 K 1 11' 1 W5 L .2.,11,fsw1 h'1f:-.. , , JU!! ,' t 1 f " 1 f K ,1 ' 1- 'x K' ' K 'Z 4 - ff? '1 7 Q' 1' VZ 1' ' 7 ' . if-1s..,. N, 1 , 1 10 , fm . , an I 3315? Wai fl 11 f 1 , " 1' feb. if 1 'f' W 1 -- 4' " ' 4 ' I A ,. - m . 5 . wax. .Q-.41 111. . 1, 'V f 1 I ' f 5' ' . f M' --aw v1 L J, 4- 4 ' V 'f We 1 Fw 35" 1. 1 ' 1 H 1 9 , ' ' 4 0 if F . 1, L51 lysfwi g, U ,131 f 1 The weather wolsn'1 the only thing thot was hot for Bobby Dodd. The Tech line stops Hudson Harris in the dir. 41 i we I Y? 1- 1 f-1.-1 .1 M 1 ,. ., .1 21,11 4. T- Alc1bc1mci's line fires out as Kelley receives the hand-off. Arch-rival Auburn became Alabama Crimson Tideis tenth and last season victim in a suspense filled game that ranked among the best of this seasonis contests. The Tide proved themselves worthy of an Orange Bowl bid as they once again came from behind to win. Alabama tallied first when the ball sailed over the Auburn PUI'ltCl',S head and was recovered by Steve Bow- man in the end zone. Auburn scored, and Alabama was behind 7-6 until the opening kickoff of the second half, when Bay Ogden crossed the golden stripe after a bril- liant 107 yard return. Steve Bowman set up Bama's final touchdown when he broke loose on a 52-yard gallopg but it was a pass to Perkins that lit up the scoreboard. This season had been filled with sweet victories for the Crimson Tide, but none were any sweeter than the one over Auburn. Auburn played its finest game, but still could not match the powerful Alabama squad. Bowman brecxlcs loose on Q 52-yard run. ALABAMA 21 l AUBURN I4 Statistics: First Downs Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage Passes Pass. Intercept. by Punts Fumbles lost Yards Penalized Auburn 19 187 144 9-17 1 5-41 0 39 Alabama 10 124 121 10-14 1 6-43 0 50 Auburn's Freclerickson is stopped cnt the line of scrimmage. ALABAMA I7 TEXAS 21 The Crimson Tide proved themselves champions in defeat as well as victory as they bowed to the Long- horns of Texas in Miamfs Orange Bowl. Over 70,000 fans attended, and millions more watched on national television as Alabama came within inches of winning the first major bowl game ever to be played at night. Texas shocked Bama with two quick touchdowns. Injured quarterback Joe Namath then took the reins and hit Wayne Trimble in the end zone, climaxing an 87 yard driveg but the Texans scored again to lead at halftime 21-7. Alabama dominated the second half, scoring when David Ray booted a field goal and Ray Perkins grabbed another Namath pass. Late in the game Alabama drove to within inches of the winning TD, but the big Texas line held, and the final score stood at 21-17. joe Namath, though hurt, was selected as the gamcis most valuable player, accounting for over 250 yards in the air. The next day he signed a pro contract with the New York Jets to become the world's highest paid football ala er. Pray Ogden, Frankie McClendon and 1 Y Dan Kearly also signed with professional teams follow- ing the game. Coach Bryant and Coach Royal contemplate "Orange Bowl Beanies" given them at the coaches' stag luncheon. CUPI Wirephotol Statistics: Texas Alabama First Downs 15 18 Rushing Yardage 212 49 Passing Yardage 101 298 Passes 4-17 20-44 Passes Intercept. by 2 1 Punts 9-36 5-43 Fumbles lost 1 1 Yards Penalized 25 46 Mighty Ray Ogden gains important yardage against a tough Texas defense. Page 272 An avid Bamci ion, Gov. George Wcilloce sits in on ci practice session CUPI Wirephofoj ,, ,, .7 0 f y i i ijff F Tommy Tolleson houls in ci pass despite o Texas defender. Page 273 FRESHM N QOTBALI. Dennis Holman elucles an Auburn Tackler and races for a touchdown. Coach Bailey ancl Bill Weisman look on cluring ci crucial play. The Freshman line opens a big hole for Bobby Cannon 55,.'W?f'i6Z!QAW'sn271f6??3T5!k L. ' VTR, , 116977 Van, . ,Jem One of the most exciting and often neglected phase of athletics at the University is freshman football. Many freshman games are hard fought and offer as many thrills as the varsity contests, hut more important these games furnish valuable experience for thc young players that will soon be competing against major opponents. Coaehed hy Sam Bailey and jimmy Sharpe, the Baby Tide ended the 1964 season with a 2-2 record, which included victories over Tulane, 13-6, and Auburn, 17-0. Ali1lJ211Ht'L,S defeats came at the hands of Mississippi State, 14-7, and Ole Miss, 14-0. Standouts for the Tide included Kent Stabler, Dickie Thompson, and Dennis Holman on offense while Charlie Harris, Spud Davis, and Phil Harris sparked the defense. Steve Davis, brother of well-known specialist Tim Davis, handled all the field goals and extra points. Kent Stobler 'folks over lost minute game plans with Coach Bailey. Holman is stopped by o host of Auburn toclders. A good block frees Stclbler. Page 275 Steve Davis follows in the footsteps of his olcler brother Tim. BASKETBALL Alabamais basketball team proved to be the surprise of the Southeastern Conference this year as Coach Hay- den Riley's charges carried off their best season in many ' years. This year's cagers presented Coach Riley, Who is in his fifth season at Alabama, With the best record since he became head coach in 1960. Led by Bob Andrews, Harry Hammonds, and Ken Moses, Alabama looked brilliant at times and not so brilliant at others, This season saw underdog Alabama Win dramatic victories over nationally ranked Tennessee and conference power Kentucky. The best Word to des- cribe Alabama's basketball outlook for the future is op- timistic, as nine varsity players will be returning. Alabama's freshman squad also had a winning season. Under the capable leadership of C. M. Newton the Baby Tide Won 15 and lost 4. Hayden Riley, Head Basketball Coach. T965 ALABAMA BASKETBALL SQUAD. FRONT ROW, left to right: Tim Parker, Johnny Smith, Bob Hickey, Coach Hayc Jerry Craig, Ken Moses, Charlie Perry, manager Mike Griffin, BACK ROW, left to right: Assistant coach Winfrey S Gene Schumacher, Bambi Howland, Reese Carr, Bobby McNabb, Ernie Houck, Bob Andrews, Harry Hammonds, Assistant M. Newton. i 5 4 S S E Page 276 1965 Alabama Basketball Record Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama 114 102 76 73 72 66 80 62 62 91 68 107 95 68 51 72 75 64 83 108 90 63 75 54 72 60 Howard College Southern Miss. Florida State Memphis State Virginia Tech North Carolina Richmond Davidson Duquesne Mississippi Miss. State Mississippi Miss. State Auburn Florida Georgia Florida State L.S.U. Tulane Tulane L.S.U. Tennessee Kentucky Vanderbilt Kentucky Auburn 57 73 73 83 53 61 70 79 57 87 96 72 83 93 67 67 66 67 68 81 78 58 71 75 78 80 -' i5S, V a 3HHiIi Harry Hammonds hits for Two against Ole Miss. I I 1 1 A J 5 ! E I 2 5 Bama controls a rebound against Howard. 2 Page 278 Schumacher Tips one in against the Rebels. Page 279 Hammonds grabs a rebound from Florida State The Alabama High Tides perform at halftime. STATISTICS: Individual Single Game Highs: Points: Bob Andrews vs. Tulane 46 Q16 FG and 14 FTD Field Goals: Bob Andrews vs. Tulane 16 Q25 attemptsj Free Throws: Bob Andrews vs. Florida State 17 Q26 atternptsj Rebounds: Harry Harnmonds vs. Kentucky 18 Q44 by teaml Team Statistics: Rebounds: 1235 Q47.5 per centj Total Points: 2003 Q77 per gamej Total FG made: 755 Q44.4 per cent? Total FT made: 493 Q71.7 per Centl Hickey scores under The basket. X A. , 5.9.2 Zim A QYWHP' 27 x ' . fggyizw, Zlwwf my ' 12? LM WJ :,3mqfr L if fy, 4: 1. ' ' J , ,. 4:,, W f 69314, Maw 1 A, f Kg Q 4 hw! w 2 41, ,f fa , , Q WM ff if - 32521 ' Wy ff' 'viii f mv v x E' fy 4 Q . ,vw x . ,W 0 2 ,, 1. 1 v x ff 741 1 W ggxffz 1 b N fx ff gf The photographer seeks the protection of the bockstop css he takes This picture. BASEBALL W The prospects for Alabama baseball look exceedingly good as Coach, Ioe Sewell will have eight lettermen T returning from last year. This year's squad will also be bolstered by junior college graduates such as Dickie Towers of Paris, Texas. "We expect a better club this season," says coach Sewell, nbut our hitting and pitching must improve if we expect to be a real contender? Letter winners back are Buddy French, Clark Boler, Terry Moore, Mike Box, Sammy Bryant, Kearney Hall, David Davis, and Grady Elmore. The Crimson Tide will play a 25 game slate which includes 16 Southeastern Conference games and nine non-league engagements. 1965 ALABAMA BASEBALL SCHEDULE March April M ay 12 16 18 19-20 25 27 2-3 5-6 9-10 16-17 19-20 23-24 26-27 30-Ma 3-4 y1 Howard College HoWzu'd College Tennessee Tech Soutliern Miss. Howarcl College I-Iowarcl College Southern Miss. L.S.U. Miss. State Tulane Mississippi Tulane L.S.U. Mississippi Miss. State l l The next buffer woiches The czcfion from the on-deck circle. Joe Sewell, Hecucl Baseball Couch. 4?i"--w.5 l,U5' ' The pitcher blazes The ball across the plate cmd The batter wonders what happened To The ball. Page 284 An Alabama buffer follows Through after hifting a long fly. Q , , , 1 'f" 'L ' ' of 21 of ,,gq,l, -, t.,,wx Q A , ff -S c X , , A I A ,my The choice ofthe bot is cm important decision. That extra leap can mean the dit ference between winning or losing. March 26-27 April 3 April 17 April 24 May 1 Harold "Red" Drew, Hecid Truck Coach. May 14-15 TRACK Harold "Red', Drew,s last year as track coach promises to be a good one. The best bet with Weights seems to be Warren Hardy, who won the shot put in both the first two meets. The other mainstays are sprinters, Bob Kirk- ley and John McQueen. 1965 TRACK SCHEDULE Florida Memphis State Auburn Mississippi State Tennessee SEC Championships The high lump is cz difficult sport ond not every jump is successful. Page 286 UD W SWIMMING The swimming team, coached by John Foster, made a good showing last season Winning ten of the thirteen meets. There are only two graduating seniors: Iohn Holter, and Joe Putmang and with nine freshmen coming in, Coach Foster expects next season to have the largest and best team ever. It may be a little short on splinters but is Well supplied with divers. This year both the varsity and freshman squads finished second in the SEC. High scorers this season were Levente Batizy and Tom Allen. l 1965 ALABAMA SXWIMMINC SCHEDULE December 11 Tulane February 5 Sewanee December 14 Evansville F ebruaiy 6 Vanderbilt lanuary 9 Louisville February 13 Georgia January 23 Florida State February 25 Union January 25 Florida February 26 Emory january Z7 Ceorgia March 4-6 SEC Meet January 30 Kentucky 1965 ALABAMA SWIMMING SQUAD. FRONT ROW, left to right: Cary Davenport, John Holter, Larry Eveningham, Leveatte Bahzy Doug Long, Terry Lohr, Tom Allen. BACK ROW: Jim Williams, Joe Putman, Jerry Allclreclge, Bob Smith. Page 288 Speed counts os on Alobczmcx swimmer nears the finish line. i Alabama Swimming Coach John Foster A feast sfcurt can be 'fhe deciding fcxcfor in many races. TENNIS This, the first season Carl Baumgardner has coached, looks hopeful-attitude and skill are good. The line up, from one to six, is: Eddie Terrell, Roberta Alison, Fred Feinberg, Tony Miller, Beve Wfood, Alton Parker. In doubles, Terrell and WVood play number one. Baum- gardner says they seein smoothest of the partners. Carl Baumgardner, Alabama Tennis Coach. 1965 ALABAMA TENNIS SCHEDULE March 19 March 20 Tulane Louisiana State March 27 Pensacola Naval Air Base April 2 Mississippi State April 3 Emory April 6 Auburn April 9 Spring Hill April 10 Georgia April 15 Southern Mississippi April 16 Auburn April 23 Spring Hill April 24 Pensacola Naval Air Base April 30 Vanderbilt May 1 Murray State May 4 Mississippi State GOLF March 18 March 19 March 23 April G April 10 April 12 April 14 April 15 April 16 April 22 April 26 April 29 April 30 April 6 April 22 May 1 Jackie Manness, Alabama Golf Coach. 1965 GOLF SCHEDULE Buckhalt Inv. Buckhalt Inv. Mississippi State Georgia and Auburn Memphis State Tulane L. S. U. L. S. U. Inv. L. S. U. Inv. Auburn L, S. U. SEC Championship SEC Championship Auburn Auburn SEC Chzunpionship With five lettermen returning from last year's squad, which had a 11-2 record, the prospects for this year's golf team are excellent. In his first year as coach Jackie Maness is in the process ol? building Alabama into one of the nation's golf powers. The returning lettermen are: Phil Sherer, Iohn Larney, David Holcombe, Ab Powell, and Vance F ulkerson. l965 ALABAMA GOLF TEAM. FRONT ROW: Left to Right: Ross Diamond, Joe Sullivan, Phil Sherer, 'Chclrles Coabbe, Tommy Nicol, Jr. BACK ROW: Jackie Maness, Ab Powell, Jimmy Mitchell, David Holcombe, Robert Weinarcl, John Lomey. We ' 4. H.K "Y PVWWF 199HH61g?'l +6ih3?PY z INTRAMURALS Under the able leadership of Hank Crisp, the Uni- versity of Alabama boasts one of the finest intramural programs available in the country. This program is divided into three leagues, Fraternities, Dormitories, and Independents. Each league has two divisions, With tlze Winner of the division meeting each other in playoffs at the end of the year to determine the champion. The total points that each earns are added together at the end of the year and the team which has die most is awarded the All-Sports Trophy. Last year Chi Phi Won in the Crimson division While Kappa Sigma Won the VVhite division. jones Hallwas the winner Dorm League. Alapha Gamma Delta Won first place in YVomen,s Intramurals and Kappa Kappa Gamma placed second. .44 The tipoff begins a women's intramural basketball game. Page 292 Coach Hank Crisp, Director of Intramurals The Kappa Sigs rush the Del? kicker. There is always a fight To see who ge-1s the rebound Page 293 The bcnher sfeps ro the plate during Q crucial momeni' in This intramural con- tesf. Page 294 Everyone tries To get the bull for his Team Everyone tries for cs rebound buf only one con have if. The buffer swings and sends the ball To deep center. N Uxigx 7 MM gy K X5 JSM' M W 1 4 Q X za 45 f 'W' 54 Sy fffifm PX ffff 'QC 4 f ? W M M25 wif? KE 534 my , x 2 mfr M , 7 .'.yi3vg1iia.,g,.: ,, 5- -11-W. A mi ' vw 155-W,-'X ,g,,,:QzNV:yg5i.,,Q3 .neg ,f QM' ,M 2, E N , .4,x?,Qf2., f, .f 'U We -2- Puge 295 , . .,.. , ,ow W5 , K Y o "Wim 4 Q b , MN E K L 1 1 ,m....... W may if 'f as M avg' , ml if 'EP Rf as 's V 5' +0 Senior Panhellenic Council. FRONT ROW lseatedl: Jane Seymour, Beth Miller, Karen Valentine, Bobbi Penson, Judy Randman, Judy Barnes. SECOND ROW: Martha Nabers, Sandra Snow, Genie Brown, Jeanette Agee, Martha Elliott, Cha Murphree, Carol Harrison, Alice Chenault, Jeanny Holmes, Margherita Jones. BACK ROW: Mildred Castellitto, Suzanne Finley, Karen McQuillen, Caroline Crook, Merri Hamilton, Lynn Smith, Ann Foster, Gayle Mayo, Dede Lott. . OFFICERS P h I I P 4 S C' ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,..,,,,A,,,s,,..., ....... , a n e e n I C ClirloitZnBeard ..A, ,,s, V ice Council The University of Alabama Panhellenic Association is comprised of the sixteen national sororities on campus. The governing body of the organization is the Pan- hellenic Council, which includes the board and two delegates from each of the sororities. The purposes of the association are to maintain high fraternity life and interfraternity relations, to unify the interests of fra- ternity and non-fraternity Women, and to cooperate with the administration in developing high social and scholas- tic standards. Each year the first activity in which Panhellenic partici- pates is fall rush. The Council is responsible for com- piling rules which govern rush, pledging, and initiating on campus. Further, the organization conducts Rush W'eelc with the help of the Dean of Womenis office and previously selected rush advisors. Page 298 Pat Carpenter ..s. Pat Casey ,,.,i ,,r. President President Secretary Treasurer Officers and advisors. SEATED: Pat Carpenter, Charlotte Beard Peg Spain, Dean Sarah Healy. STANDING: Pat Casey, Mrs Glenda Guyton. At the Panhellenic banquet. The junior Panhcllenic Association is made up of members of the sixteen sorority pledge classes on the University campus. The junior Pzmhellenic Council, which is the meeting hody of the organization, is com- posed of two delegates from each. group. Junior Pun- hellenie Council furnishes Senior Pzlnhellenic with sug- gestions for rush, promotes scholarship, and encourages JUNIOR PANHELLENIC COUNCIL relations among the pledge classes on campus. In an effort to promote scholarship among freshmen sorority Women, the Iunior P2I1'IlICllCI'liC Council presents a scholarship cup to the pledge class with the highest average for the fall semester at the spring honors con- vocation. Junior Ponhellenic Council. FRONT ROW Cseatecljz Charlotte Beard, Mary Tillotson, Jeannie Fox, Nancy Penn, Marlowe Engelhardt. SECOND ROW Cseatedl: Lynne Epsman, Rachel Bergman, Marcia Owens, Suzye Reuben, Beth Miller, Donna Davenport, Hilclegarde Hahn. THIRD ROW Cstanclingj: Donna Iverson, Ellen Dahlene, Lulu Long, Marsha McQuillen, Sheila Reff, Susan Freeman, Marilyn Pace, Claudia Voogles, Jan Griffis, Becky South, Alix Nelson, Sandy O'Brien, Marquita SPOIJI1, Ellen Moskovitz. BACK ROW: Mrs. GleHClG1 Guyton, Mary Ann Potter, Connie Strickland, Kay Jernigan, Susan Weeks, Sarah Hellen Teal' PUWJCJCI Kelly, Anno l-U NlCl10l5, PUT Wilson, Mary Lou McCaleb. NOT PICTURED: Cothi Simpson. Page 299 Mrs. William Daily, Janis Rogers. W irifriir 7 II - 55 1 I -M vda auev Td 1'- Alpha Chi Omega Beauty, brains, and leadership are a tradition at Alpha Chi, and this year was no exception. At the end of Creek Week, Alpha Chi was given the Delta Tau Delta trophy, awarded each year to the most outstanding sorority on campus. We have beauties galore-Corolla Beauty and Favorite, Alabama's Maid of Cotton, Circle K Sweetheart Cior the fourth year in a rowj, Men's Residence Hall sponsor, Theta Chi Dream Cirl, and alternate Sweethearts, too. Brains, too-We won the Panhellenic scholarship trophy. Our two Phi Beta Kappas helped here. Alpha Chi also won the AWS Bama Bowl. Leadership? VV e have members in Triangle, AWS, Spirit Governing Board, Mortar Board, other honoraries, and all the class councils. Leading in another way are our cheerleader and four ROTC sponsors. It looks like another active and busy year at Alpha Chi Omega. OFFICERS: Janis Rogers, President, Brenda Iordan, First Vice President, Beth Clenney, Second Vice President, Nancy Schmitt, Trea- surer, Paula Siniard, Corresponding Secretary. 'NW v . - , All' A,f . 2? ag . Xxbf ' f - rv. ' -' 2 -'1 " " 1 Q . A ,. ,I f' . " . ,rw " X . , fe.: ., if D Q " 'Q QW s , 9-J gy l X 5 ,K , 5 'QL' la my fi ' 5 - ,, ,. 1 .- s. -.- s. ff X V N ai 5,4 , .. ., A X I ,3EW' :x.?....T' S?ii"" SQA ffm' new MN KV ,fa - . 1" A5 ,. ,K X L- ' ' 'L-Z f 4 ws 1- ,wg '. x s M X ,K 5., . . il? - if . N' X 15, 2 A E ix , .- QQ., it D X Nw 84 N ,, iv r X Qs , ,,,, - fr' W .735 s , ,. 3? 4 M. 9 'wr Q r it sf ,r 1 DST? N Q f A , 'N . as . o r ss Q t an is K . we WW 1. '-2..v ffs la if . , . , X V. X We , 3, n W Q A . ' . We i ,way -' ' , X 1. ' j rg O s ., W .A . r .L K ,V f 1 X fm wx r Q, 4 A A X x fgv f 2 -asv ix x fag? Page 300 Adams Ashley Beard Bellsnyder Bennett Brazelfon Britt Bullock Burdick Carter Clenney Collier, C. Collier, J. Cribbs Culberson Davis Dikis Driver Dunn Foster Fox Freeman Gclllogly Glenn Glisson Goldsmith Graham Gray Green Hager Harrison Hench Higginbotham, P Higginbotham, S Hobbs Holston Jarreff Jones, D. Jones, D. Jones, H. Jones, K. Jordan, B. Jordan, S. Kain Kilpatrick, D. Kilpatrick, J. Kinzer Lavender Lee Long McLellan McNeil McQuillen, K. McQuillen, M. Mallini Malone Moyer Murphree Nougle Newhoff, J. Newhoff, M. O'Gwynn Oxford Polewadu Powell Price Ras? Robertson Roby Rodgers Rogers Schmitt Shaw Silver Siniard Skoog Smifh Smifhermcin Snow Sfanfon Sfeinwinder Siewarf Stokes Sfrawbriclge Taylor Thompson Thorn Turtle Wallace Wore Whittle Williams Williamson Woodhom Yes, if is rather hard to keep up with us Joneses. Q . . Lx - 5 if :il "fi", " L ' L N "1 i. Ka " .X m-V M - sf ru.. W V 'N 1 Q fm fo Z X fm Look Mo . . . no hands. NOT PICTURED: Dugins, Grav uolds, V ann, XVV0lpe1's. I 'iv L i ..,.. aaa' ? wh ff W f I -"- JV. WW 'fjgvzf' if if!! 1 WW , V ..., . 'ffl f iwf 7 . s- 7' Af, f WW! OZ! AA. . X W 7 'W ff ..... ...,..,. ,..,......... - ....... W pf eff? iiii 5 6 , ,,,....,., ,. ,.:,,,,.,.,., W A.., X X I A 5' .... .V VV QW, JV WM .V f fe w .V f ff, i .W Z J 5 6 lee, Raymond, Rey- , at xml . Zzm r v : I 46 , fl I ' ' A ' " "" - . 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H133 Alpha Delta Pi Another year and the ADPi diamond is continuing her warm spar- kle-and no wonder, for her glow has even reached national fame! She now claims the National Debate 'Winner for the second consecutive year. Here on campus traces of her glitter can be found in every phase of University life. Not only does she claim three members of the SCA Senate, but also the secretary. There are ADPi,s on Sophomore, jun- ior and Senior Councils plus officers in the schools of Home Economics and Education. In the Spring her members were tapped for Mortar Board, Chi Delta Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Triangle, Chi Phi Theta, Alpha Psi Omega, and Kappa Delta Epsilon honoraries. The ADPi fame even drifts to the University Theater where she boasts the star of the University .Players and Blackfriars Award. Rosemary, our Mademoiselle representative, gave the chapter a shoe-painting party. She demonstrated how to put glitter on our shoes -and even make it stick to the dining room tables. Oh well, all was fun and there are still lots of ADPi shining faces who are looking for- ward to another good year. OFFICERS: Ieanette Agee, President, Frances Ellis, First Vice President, Mary Martha Kendrick, Second Vice President, Rosemary Bullock, Recording Secretary, Rosemary McIntosh, Corresponding Secretary. Abercrombie Adkins Agee Belcher Berry Brofcher haf, Q27 W' Buffalow Bullock Bundy Burt Cassels Clarke Daniels Dosher Downs Dinwiddie Dunn Ellis Esslinger Z ' Gant Garner Godwin Griffin, A. Griffin, M. Hunners Hardin Hooker Howell Page 302 AAN Kendrick Lewis Lloyd Lumpkin Macomber McGough Mclnnis Mclnfosh Mcleod McWhorter Murphy Oaks Powell, L. Powell, G. Reynolds Sherman Sherrod Simpson Sims Shephens Stuart Tale Taylor Tucker Whaley, A, Whaley, M. Yuimeyer .f f f xx ei vs.. R if x l -at . on. my Very funny! Now get off my damn 'Foot NOT PICTURED: Davis, Downs, Hill, Jones, Miller, Prichard, Smith, Underwood, W7eeks, YVoodhlam. Excuse me while I put on cs face. 3. f h f 1 ! 4.'f. :wi V. 194 1 ' an l , . - . . A 1- ' '1 I L' . I Q X A w e ' ' ' L Vfff 1 .vb 4, , Q ...M 5 1 .ww N . I , .V Q MZWU ! . ,, . :JS i., x I f , 1.-.JF L' . N x ' .Q 7 ' , "" 1 , , , 5 l ,I ""' i f""'gg:": fi ' ' V ' - 1- . , ff , - V V, X" Z :B . . - I A ,swf I b 5. Page 303 Mrs. Ethel Windham, Anne Fried. 1 1 151 'S ,W rl was Q.. NA QALISA -- Z U I 3 AAQA EYIAON ml p .fl ' h Alpha Epsilon Phi VVith another year just beginning the AEPhi's hiave already started to shine brightly. After acquiring a fabulous pledge class during rush, We are setting out to show the campus our brains and beauty. Although most of our time seems to be consumed by football Week- ends, Homecoming, pledge parties, house swaps, formals and our own private, after-curfew sessions, We managed to be in the top five scholastically. Unbelieveable as it may seem, we participated in numerous campus activities. XV e boasted eight members of Triangle. VVe wonder Where Nancy is, she must have taken up residence in the Union, heading Homecoming and Bama Dav Committees. Sheila and Rachael evalu- ated rush for Panhellenic. Wfhat a shock for Freshmen to see Anne and Nancy working on Freshmen Counseling! Once again We were very pleased to have Mortar Board tap one of our sisters, Carol. Last, but hardly least, Marcia was runner-up for the Phi-Ep International Sweetheart. Wfith all our honors, activities, and social life, We can all proudly wear our pin of pearls. OFFICERS: Anne Fried, President, Carol Yudelson, Vice Presi- dent, Nan Friedman, Secretary, Marcia Lasky, Treasurer. Abrams Bergman Blake Brown Chiz Colen Davidson Daum Fried Friedman, M. Friedman, N. Handwerger ,x' Page 304 3 Keifwitz La sky Levy Lu ria Press mu n Rashfi Reff Renaud Reznik Richard Rosenzweig Wander Weill Yudelson Zeitlin Dclrn! Six monfhs of school cmd no panty roicl yet. Why, yes, it is ca cross. Why do you ask? NOT PICTURE D: Adelson Page sos W:wr Martha Nabers, Mrs. Florence Gillespie. 4 X X r 1 Alpha Gamma Delta What beauty! W7hat brains! VVhat honors! VVhat activities! VVhat talent! Wfhat kind of mental illness is this anyway? Donit look now but I think it's those perfectly absurd AGD's. 'Scuse me, I thought I just saw an orange flash by, and there those Alpha Ghoul wheeler-dealers go. Swinging those keys, going to those meetings, playing those guitars, even squeezing in a little booking when things get dull. Ah, the raptures of running the campus, fright- ening the professors, and snowing the men all in one blow! VVhere are all 114 of them? Oh! yeah, I forgot it was a week day. Let's see-the sponsors are with the marchers, the board members are fixing elections, the judiciary chairman is cackling hysterically from somwhere up in the belfry, the council members are going crazy. No telling what the Trinagles and Chi Delta Phi's and Mortar Board- ers are doing. Oh my soul-I'm about to be mowed down by this humonstrous mass of Amazons. Wfait, itis only more of my petite little sisters coming in from their afternoon workout. VVe won the All-Sports trophy, too, you know. Must zibble off now. 150 words was all they gave us. One might think they were trying to cramp our style, but be it far from us to criticize. YVell, like the old folks say, "CEST LA VIEW and like we say- "lt's the PEANUTTIEST to be an ACD. OFF ICERS: Martha Nabers, President, lean Zeigler, First Vice President, Helen Crump, Second Vice Presidentg Florence Hendrix, Treasurer, Betsy Legge, Rush Chairman. Aird Atchison K - .-v:1 V I l K' "ff L. L. ' v Atkeisen , i r'f' 'R n'1- ' Bacon . ,I LM? Q: f V 4 2v ,. zl- I D 1 Bagley - ' ' 'I 5' Barnes f , p,,, , Bkmdheim " as 1 , ' i"' . " " ."i 'I '.." f Brasfield , 1 Sr it . , . A if 4 I' fx ima, fi 'Nl' 'AQ i, Brook - X' N X Wi., Q, x Brown , . ' I-Pr: -1-:- ':'f'.1.' V f "ff"1a, 2 rfsfi wjcff'JtZ 'I f . 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Howard ' Howell I' X l Jackson James Jessup Page 306 Jones, A. Jones, B. Jordan, A. Jordan, J. Lampley Lanier Larkin Legge Little Love Lumpkin McDougle McPoland Messinger Molette Myhand Nabers Nichols Phillips Potter Pounds Powell Prater Propst Quick Quinn Read Riddle Roberts Schultz Smith, S. Solomon Stansell Strickland Strether Stuart Swanzy Tate Tedder Underwood Van Wagoner Washington Wear Wells Weygancl Whitfield Wiley Wyker Zeigler 1-1... V , .,.,. f xl X . " E . 9.1.51 pdff. y l x 2- V K A X 7 I-f xi. L f .M -,wi -Q., 4 ,,.,:,: 3' K: in f f N, . , K, ig X , i 57' pw - 5- t. M5 ...Rf ra 7. V 1 HW- , K 'Vx M A f ' ' UA 7 M4 , t . . Oh, that's unreal. Step right up, gents. On the inside for just one dollar . NOT PICTURED: B. Aircl, C. Curry, P. Goodwin, Grainger, Gray, Giclley, Hilton, D. Harris, K. Looney, K. Nichols, S. Nichols, Owens, Rainier, jucly Smith, julio Smith, Taylor. Harris, Rowan, " ' L 1 ' ' 1 We 2' L I .ft -21,2 'ii ' .,,. V 1 ,Q - , . M1 , ' A vw. 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Ml f f if ,Q AZ.: me W,-, , 52,1-" 9 g L , 7 ff Z v i, ,.., . f..,, 652 217 . . ,,f , ' ,,.:.,41...4,1, fw , . 11, ,jk ,H ,, ,Z . P S .51 . P . P N ,zvv . if 5 .,,.., ! : ,.,.,,, . ..... I L ' Q7 a f f ., ..., . 1" f P 5" 7537 Q-- . -51.3. I I ' ffl 11.1, ff ififitifff ' A 1' "Q if A V-"'f"' ' slii L it irlli Yf iw. Xi' 2 Page 307 ff V W 9 ' 1. I " 0 21 y X K ? ' f , QM X., b , 'f on ff? f f f ,M f 1' v .. i X2 X M ' 49, 4 , W, ...ff 1 . , f xv f l f jf J? ' 2 Pix , . f' V2 L .,,. ig' nf V . V 2 f ,.,,',.fp.,f, ' f Q f , .':,:,.if' I h 3, 7- -, 'tl 'L I .' X ' f " 'nn J' it gif sf' V Mrs. Grace Caldwell, Suzanne Finley. oo 0535, , 3 . ,..' ofqv ts -v .4 .wk Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Xi Delta has become a resort area second only to Miami- We lack only the ocean. Since our house was sandblasted, the beach here is terrific! Among the notable persons found lounging around are the secretaries of both Panhellenic and lunior Panhiellenic, president of the School of Chemistry, and the president, social chainnan, and publicity chairman of the Pastuer Society. Our bathing beauties in- clude the Homecoming Queen and a COROLLA Favorite, plus various and sundry runners-up. QA real beauty sporting a topless bathing suit is our legacy, Holly Blackburnj Also found swimming-during Mon- soon season-are members of AVVS Committees, Wlio's X'VhO, Mortar Board, Spirit, the Million Dollar Band, Triangle, the CORCLLA, the C-VV, and University Players-plus Pasteur Society, Freshman Council, the Choral Union, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Chri Delta Phi, and Kappa Delta Pi. W7atch outl A hurricane of activity Will rage in the Alpha Xi Delta house again this year. OF FICERS: Suzanne Finley, President, Dwain Downs, Vice Presi- dent, Pat Carpenter, Treasurer, Linda lN7eaver, Recording Secretary, Sandra XVallace, Corresponding Secretary. Alexander Burnett Burton Cain Carpenter Ccxsfellifto Clark Clinton Downs Finley Gcddurd Green Harris Howard Jones Kelly Muckelden Maiors Page 308 Mitchell Murphy Penn Petrey Quarrier Stabile Stewart Sukiennik Teal Wallace Weaver Whatley Wheeler Wiggins Williams Wimberly OUCH! l . . . THAT's the secret handshake? Who's next to see the chief? NOT PICTURED: Beard, Byrne, Elliott, Graves, Kin Saul, Kniff, Lightcap, Mizell, Parsons, Rhone. K Z, y 4 15 f i W f, L A , f. wwf rea' -xl' f QQ Q23 , Y ff ,Q ' '- A ,7'.4 iffv g imp!- t 4 ' 5 V 3 , - Page 309 sm wwf , - my ,.v, Kev N ry.. - r ' ' Q a 9 1 X 4 Gloricu Hightower, Mrs. Puller. J P B v N7 BH ' l 'nf :'- F i 'X 4' -T' '. ' . iz 5 I ' X' - '. S- ' 540'-, 1-xg. . Q 3 .- k I .is . . I 'Wai .. 'sf TX. 2 '-s 'rw Y: 'Q ' .f 'KYLE ' .- W .. 5 I -fa,,-'amwaa g .. V. xrwyf-1 10' 'T' F W 2. We ., . '25 1 . .asa ' , QM " .AV 9'4f?? Zfwyffw Y gf . 1. W , ff . C 7,52 .... aemfal X T Ia' Q4 fs x I f. s X .align , 15 2 K . er : fi . .aw ' it 1' X YQ. .. k f XV? at , ,. W s 5 S X ,M yf , WQQN 'Y' ,1-1."i'f lk .ls Mo ,fs 7 Qyx sq, , t fs . Q .1 Z. ' V ' 1 X V x a ,f fs 4 .X 1 Y' X MH 'ET 1 in 3 QI' .. M.. W M' Wx 'K Q , 45 .-,V xr- 73:5 ,N 'pf 'fr' r be , i 5: .r . A 1 1' 5 in-ff f 5 v. X It fi ' . V A .,x, . ' 2 4.. . X x J.. . bf x' or E WE? Q X lim 9 Nap N Y 'fx .. I' .sf x "" 3 N 'Z ' .IQ asses ,.. V .ir WW as 1, . f was ,N rs. I 5 .es YQ ws X SS if W as ia hr 4 55 res 1 r K R Q AQ J N X Xx 311. Of' X 7 R e- Chi Omega Now let's go on an Owl hunt, Wfeill tell you what to do. To learn about the Chi O girls, Just follow our first clue. VVhicli sorority has two pretty ROTC sponsors marching every sun- ny Tuesday and Thursday? Which sorority claims two COROLLA beauties, three Bama Bel- les, Junior Miss Alabama, a Crimson Girl, and die sharpest chorus line in the Sigma Chi Derby? Which sorority boasts the sweethearts of Sigma Phi Epsilon and Phi Sigma Kappa, as well as Delta Chi Indian Princess? Which sorority claims the President and Vice President of the School of Home Economics, President of the School of Education, and re- cipient of the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award? Which sorority has the friendliest girls living in the best looking house on campus? Now the Owl huntis over, You've followed every clue, To see that Chi Omega girls Are smart and popular, tool OFFICERS: Gloria Hightower, President, Mary Ann Caba, Vice President, Barbara Bankston, Secretary, Langley Tolbert, Treasurer, Molly Yarborougli, Bush Chairman. TT' ,S ' . - .,. . . , s s 4 . X . bflx 'C'-4 ' X . - I p Q , . .f r. , 5 , --firass 'Z . is 'f f. t 'rx ' f-wa I 'N X if . . N. XY ,.'. pat 4 vs kk W Y SX K AX x 9 s W , X sail fi' . ,4.. .J5 I 1. V X. I . -wa s. N.-N. ss .Joss r. in ' :NM X T . .. s x .. stu, . NY . Page 310 w., 4 ' T' .vs-W. 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NOT PICTURED: Ballentine, England, C. Harrison, McConnell, Pace, Powers, Rush, Stone, Wade, Wiggins. , .f , ,, ,, , ,,,u,,,, V AJ 'WNW Z. .. -,W.v.,,.,.Wg ff ,.-, . .f.. -- , . if -,N X .. X 3, 3 Y . ' W VH, , r.,. , P A 1' - v rf-2-,.,'1r: f ' ., fx ff P' .f fb V " V - e f P ' . 1' " ,,,'. f -' 'H A'Mf,,! ' 'i V .f 7, , V -' hw.: , , ., 'fr if fl , W f rn . Q , ,7 W 2-lx ' Mah , A. + ,,k ,.,. 6V,,,-wir, f 1 , ' f f ,1- X 1 .g 0 .2 2 Ma. L. ,, , iff ,g 4' .W 2 f , Wx ' 2' Mg, X 4, x M .. ,.,. f , ,..., ' , f Lf H . ..fef , , MJ, , .MW F?--112, . 1 f 19? . . ,Q I , .,.- may Q 6 f' , W K ' .- ' . .f . .,,. . ' 5 , V '.f , ,e ' A - .e P X i , ' v , P K1-Lf 'pr X z In A 3,3111 P 1 1 I ' ,,,, f ' , .L wwf , 'a ' '- 'Z Page 311 X I f , ' I I V' ffl? L , M. , L ' S 34 H' f f , ,eh ef if M 4 7 I X ff 7 I ' 'M ,Q A '7,, 4 .V 1 -we .X X X x ,max X A me fam wx X -ffm QW: I 4 f f f A 7 X .., 7' 2 ' . W2 , 1 , my V 'V X f , rf 4 . f W , ,- .W 1 ,lif1l6I" , 7 . Z f Jane Seymour, Mrs. Georgia Davis. v' or Orrwll Q i X X 'I Qi W E 5 .GD 0 6 O 0 ai T Oy , iz Delta Delta Delta Despite the fact that some say nothing can he cornered in a round house, We Tri Deltas disproved the theory this year by cornering hon- ors ot all kinds. VVe are proud that We placed first in schiolarshi -but We didnit spend ALL our time studying. There were exciting fldotball Weekends and Homecoming, When that Kgood ole Tri Delt spiritv Was shown as We all Worked to win first place in float decorations. Tri Delta's time was Well spent in cornering beauty honors, too, with tvvo CORO- LLA beauties, Miss Venus, Crimson Girls, and ROTC sponsors, as Well as Bama Belles and alternate fraternity sweethearts. Many Tri Deltas managed to corner a place in Mortar Board, Swan Club Cwe even had the President of that, Which sometimes helpsj, Triangle, Alpha Lambda Delta, VVho's Who, and one Phi Beta Kap- pa. Tri Delta Was represented on Freshman and Senior councils, AWS committees, and Big Judiciary, plus having the sophomore represen- tative to AWS. A Tri Delta Was named President of Chi Delta Phi, also. In closing, We feel it only fair to Warn all unattached males that honors are not all that can be cornered in our round house. OFFICERS: jane Seymour, President, Dianne Iones, Executive Vice President, Pam Eddins, Treasurer, Deedi Ball, Recording Sec- retary, Eleanor Buie, Corresponding Secretary. Alexander Armstrong Arnold Babin Boll Bedsole Blockmarr Brooks Buie Coffey Coker Collins Copeland Crume Dauphin Davies Dawson Decker Douglas Earl Eddins Engwall Farr Floyd Frasier Hager Haigler Hannon Haring Hooker Hurt Garrison Gountt Goyer Johnson Jones, D. Jones, .l. Joseph Keith Kennedy Page 312 Kessler Kuppersmith Kusfer Lamberih Lawson Matthews McCaleb McConnell McGeever Mclnnis Moore Morrison, E. Morrison, K. Porkhursf Paffon Pearce Plunkett Pruetf Rogsdole Rawls Seymour, J. Shokey Simpson Smofhers Sparks Sfornes Stewart Thweutf Troufmon Walker Wuiers Wilson Woodruff Wrighf York Ziemun We ,fy , 44. few f 2 NE Q K W f - www A " Y' 6 72? Q 1 ,qw- -y of i , , , f .- 0 Z f ff Q f.,,H1l9a 4 lj! 'Vx X ,c , M ,,i' 1 vm? 1 A Q 4 53' far- Q f " ff i 4, gill 0-X , "Oh, roly-poly .... " NOT PICTURED: Abernathy, Baston, Bender, Da- vey, Garner, Golden, Hager, Hall, Hart, Hicks, H01- man, Iolmsou, Miller, Nelson, Pipes, Saywell, A. Sey- Here comes my cmcutomy tutor now. mour, Shaver, Sherer, Simms, Tu1'11e1'. ,n zi jn f , -VAV f x f X ey 1 P as f , ,W ,A M 1 Y X! f V V Q f I. , X Y 3, i , H i V ,K ' on v ' A Y gy 1 ' f , 49 ., ,,,. , 4 4 'Q' . Q! -'- ' " ' I ' 'Q 1' f , X ? wiv. i 3 -1 me A I , . - 4, gf I I . ' ' ' f- Nm: -' is , ' 'Ji'-v 4 if N, af X c. 11 i I ' ?N' .. ,,., . 9? x - WDM ,.x, an I V 'q.::7Q' 'V ,U A M, W ,. , Q V ..,.. M, 4 . ' we ff .. Q e f i ,f , 2 . f Mi.-,fw x ' juss' fx - , Q If Page 313 -' . K , , TW, P A4 fxxf , , E f x 1, 5, ' , ,,,,,f2 if ' , MWA? Mia, 33. we 1 ' 4 A A fa , f fi? I fag W, f f ,ifgsyi We , , f f , M 'sv Q, gf Wx X 4 M f,,, ff .dy f f Y' I A ,E . L 71? ' A7 .iii 612 , ff if , f 2 1 f 4 1 f f 7 f 4 W if Z f G2 U ff X 3 f f , f ? Q f - , 44 f " 3 ,,4,. .s z ., ,HX ..:a, .-.,. .M af .. , fs 4 ' ,,,, . f f X ff iffai X 4 1 , ,Q ., f ' - . C921 , f'c 46, f .., M- '- ' ' if ,M 4 1 f 42,1 K!! .iff W H 49 V, ' I ff 7 3 K iii, we .. . ...-. . X ,M f 5 f L W we 254 2 K V r . , i f ' ff s. A'- , QM .1 Karen Valentine 'A i 'ffm- ga XDR -s"lbu 1, 'T' "--..!e- I :- A I . .31-,,-" Z? 'Q .., 4 -.os sl a 'ng LA au i X. 4 5' : , 4 "u I "Q, 5...-L.. 6 A "----...w-' W1 , . t , f GE' I f 4 ' ?-isa-fgsw -1 " , ,o , f, . , gay. ' f , v 1,41 1 . , g , ?l L04 4? M' Q 7 Q' 6 W Lf , I , X Q7 L95 9' Y W x 5? , ,.-r, r Delta Gamma VVhat is it that makes an Anchor Clanker? A certain Way of looking at life and the friends she makes throughout her college years? All this and lots more. A Hannah is not only on campuses, but in every walk of life. Be she a statesman or an actress, a Writer or a housewife, shie has one tie that lasts all her life. She is a DELTA GAMMA. This tie is partly developed through the efforts of her and her sis- ters as they Work together on the many campus activities. In honora- ries, We have many in Triangle Q including the presidentj, Alpha Lambda Delta, Mortar Board, and the Vice President of Chi Delta Phi, plus many others in their individual school honoraries. In publi- cations are found the Office Manager and Art Editor of COMMENT, the Fashion Editor and Office Manager of the CRIMSON-WI-IITE, the Index Editor of the COROLLA, and loads of staff members. An SGA Senator, a sorority Representative, Vice President of AGS, Vice President of the School of Education, and other committee members of AWS make up our representation in the student government. Other activities include Spirit, Chaplain of Big Y, ROTC sponsor, Bama Belles, Crimson Girls, and fraternity Sweethearts. Every DG has that common tie that makes her part of the spirit of Delta Gamma, a true Hannah. OFFICERS: Karen Valentine, Presidentg Ann Shiley, First Vice President, Barbara VValker, Second Vice President, Mary Beth Wear Treasurer, Peggy Pickett, Corresponding Secretary. I I I A MQW kg ' 'Z . U- ai. .r ' I Fw Bike 1 I K X ,X .6 , V V . , iff- f .-5, V'ls.v,..,."f ' sm , f isa... , p K Chambers . ' ' Coats ' Cook V MQW .,., V do -x.,,L,,.:g,, K ev . " 4 .gf " -95, - , '. s .5 - gg. ' ns e 'Q' - W-N, Tn im' X if ' T Dcihlene, A N5 , fn., 5. ' -X A , Dahlene, lY'f""' . p .p ' Davis f ri Fletcher Giles . . Gortney .- , , , A ' A , , A Graham 7 i f " . Grant . it XX? . V -lf Griffin 25 ' Hobie? V, i s 7 f Harris Hclun P A I .A -- Havurd . 5, . A s' A a ' 4 Hicks, P. A -V a""a ' - Hum ' 3 ' 1 , " ' A no Iverson t 1 Jennings p King Page 314 Knight Lankencu La-May Loper Lyons McGinfy Maulclin Mayfield Nelson Parker, B. Parker, P. Paul Payne Penson Pitfman Ruehl Shannon Sherer Shiley Skipper Sloan Snider Spree Stevenson Talmaclge Thomas Tucker Valenline Walker, B. Walker, C. Wear Why not? I swim in The nude. There must be an easier way to get a Clare. NIO3 1 1 T IICTURED: Hicks, Irwin, Tones, Kite len, Pic ket, Thompson. ,A N ' i-fri ff ' af i Y - ' +1 4. M, ,J , .-'-in . , . "' T I ' ' - 'im , 1 ' ' mf af . ,f , x X . my-Q V. 'M-T W--4. 6 ll "il ' ' xzfz . f N.-,zf I , 4 55 , T-gf ,Q Q ff T ' rw . ff f fa, a . w , f Y, f ' ' is .55 ,. , .f f f :V . ...ii -f ' .1 H21 1 . I xf ,- -, f '- 1 . -f f: . . u f A ' ' 1 4 .f ,f 1 I f ow.. ' 'ff W , U f f . ' - V -N N W f, M7 , I , lu, L, z . .L T., ,L Q, ,Q K Zi? W' .. f' ?0"W -X .4-J 455 1 ' V' 'f "VV .: I "fi ' 'L - ' V f V , fm -'Q ' J .f - .1 V: ' .V-L.. , ,. 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This is the cry heard daily by the KKC,s, the Phi Mu's, Pi Beta Phi's and AXO,s as We D Phi E's added another great year of pledges to our house. After We got acquainted with our great pledge class, things really started moving. Two of our girls are on Iunior Council and one on Freshman Council. One of our pledges had her fondest wish come true when she became a member of the Alabama Debate Squad. We enjoyed a Winning volleyball season and are anxiously looking forward to basketball, hoping We can do as Well. Our social life has been filled with otu' Pledge Open House, house swaps, Home- coming, and Pledge Dance. But all of these doings are not unusual to D Phi E. The activities, parties, and studies go on every year, all year long. OFFICERS: Iudy Randman, President, Lynn Schwartz, First Vice President, Ina Mae Stiegal, Second Vice President, Linda Festinger, Secretary, Elaine Koplon, Teasurer. ssts 'i't n grsx Bresler Cooper Co plon Feinberg Fesfinger Gloss ii M Grishmcm mx Hcxsson a , Cs 1 tt sip, " lsenberg ' t is Israel D MX Kane Y' I xt . F Page 316 He was only this fall, but What a hell of ci way To spend Homecoming NOT PICTURED: Gottesman, Knurr Koplon Marcus Miller Nelson Randmun Rosen Schwartz, E Schwariz, L. Shiland Shmukler Sfernberger Sflegel Wise, J. Wise, M. Page 317 LaDonna Lanier, Mrs. Ernestine Thigpen. Q P eg, 00 P 5 0 D V F ag, X. J A Kap-repo L Delta Zeta For years the world has been awed by the stone lions of SAE, the mighty cannon of Theta Chi, and the stalwart anchor of Delta Gamma. And in the spring of 1964 the U of A campus gasped as Delta Zeta unveiled the green rocking chairs! We collapse into the rocking chairs every evening in a state of exhaustion after a busy day of running everything from Panhellenic to the Pi Kappa Phi house. Anne is always libeling up the C-VV. Charlie is the most outstand- ing student in computer science. That means she runs the U of A IBM machines. Peg patiently presides over Panhellenic. We have a monopoly on Triangle. Terry is Phi Beta Kappa. Crler keeps Druid in business. Mike, Frances, Donna, and lean are always dashing off to Mortar Board meetings. In between Mortar Board and Triangle, Frances became Miss Tuscaloosa and Miss Congeniality. Mike was named to Who's 'Who Several pledges were named to What's What, Speaking of pledges-they walked off with the first place trophies in the Homecoming Parade, Auburn Effigy contest, and the Sugar Bowl, but Bear made them put that one back. Weid love to tell you more, but space is limited. Anytime you hap- pen to be strolling down Magnolia Avenue, drop by and rock a spell and we'll finish telling you our activities and honors. Y'all come! OFFICERS: LaDonna Lanier, President, Carolyn Davis, First Vice President, Iudy Barnes, Second Vice President, Mary Ann Anderson, Treasurer, Iill Neal, Corresponding Sccretaryg Ann Iones, Recording Secretary. A ,, as X 'XY' QV yi, ,V l Mtg, f 4 Y M Y f 179 S ., .,,, l ,r X , 5 , is U15 N , my 'S , , .. J a J f.-. ti f -'.' V V ,'-. , W I, .f L V , A i.,:. i..i , 'i'ii 'i" 1 f J . .J J A at " ,il 1 . W 1 ,f f pf ff Z - ' fm: -N . 6 IWVI l'M!,1u,.f' - ,ga ' 'N lf 1 X ,. V frh., 4 if ' If 'W W A wfff V 1 9 x .. X? if 1 -. , flu x " gl' ' M 'f Y , ,,,..., W Z .1 MWF any -i ' , , A 4 6 . A ft ie -I ' ,Wi , . - ,.,. - . 'i . i I-yy? 6 f- V .. . ---' ., Of fs .... - 1. .W . '. S. 97 515 'i are r ., fifty. W +L! e ' " sr -r fa ' E , , ' xg. is i :,. v 'Q ' Se bs! n sfv p if . ., -'-' iff . J- ,. N - ' ' . L- rg . " ff- t F -N pl ..,. I . XJ nl A ' V '- 'sa w ., , 'J , ,,,, .im 1 V X fx X, B., , any ' Z v 1 an K fi R, ' f 'fi ,ps Q. 347 xg'Es?:"",,Z 'iv V V -. . V. 'fc 1 ru. s f ff fc - ' -X , ff? , 'wyag 'sf V- 54,9 Page 318 e l X K S Kgizs 8 Q K r xxx, s , s H X . 'Z "W, 5' ,f Y 'sr ' fff-pg 'YY . " dr XX XX X so Xa N a sv, , 1. f ,Q-4,, W F1-EE:-'P-'A - W A Abbott Anderson, Anderson, P Anthony Ackis Barnes Bishop, R. Bishop, S. Blackwell, Blackwell, Brown Butler Calhoun, L V B Calhoun, J. Calhoun, Chambers Clark Davis Dahlke Daley Dillon Einstein Ellis Ferguson Fiorella Garrett Gordon Grier Guin Hammer Hanes Hardin Haver Hoffman Holder Hughes Jackson Johnson Johnston Jones S M Lanier Lindsey Loomis McKinsfry McPherson Malone Milsfecxd Mitchell Mosley Neal New O'Brien Owings Payne Pillow Rea Reeves Rhodes Richerson Shaffer Smith, B. Smith, C. Spain, P. Spain, M. Spencer Stacy Sfuckey Tidwell Underwood Youngson Waigancl Webb Williams Wilson Wood, S. f.: .P nm, x i n 1. We 'K M . X 54' "'Ns,..X 6 , ,i 4' MN ve , 1 Bb 1 ka 2 X ' JF PH -:,"3'5 , fx QW' Y' 6 540' W 35, fy, X fy X A , W f N W, , . ,.,..,, , . f s . 'I ,hwy , i W f KM 3 ' .41 Wx? K, ,L ,l . P .,z ,Av :'i,f?'M47 ,. if ,if 2 f , L ' W . P This is what kind of pie? I - 1 X A ,gg - , . 1 ,I ,M l 'W ' X , 125. 26 I " , ,win Q-, ' fi ffl! f . I I iss'-N.. 'Nm f f K-'LW' li' " ' ? A M" ,.., '- 1' ,ff .1 ' elf Happiness is cz DZ wifh cz dale. NOT PICTUBED: Baker, Callahan, Cornelius, Daley, Ellis, Hellums, Rasbury, Richmond, Rush, Sapin, Shirley, Stacy, Tillotsou, Vlfeston. s X I: , Wx ,QW 4 4 , . .. si' ' 2?-pw. ' f s ,ff-.: 3 , ii: ' V' A lfjz f ' We . ,, .,. . ,i 'A , , f , , f . , ' f M f ff f "' ,,,, ' , Page 319 g '3 , f ww " Z M.. Q. . ,f f ! L gf 21 , f A , 6 4, f -- Q 'Q Wu ' 2' W. K , mf ,, , f fx f if ,ff My f ywrff, f , W J MQ " ' wjfl f W , ..w,i'1f'f' JM!! 1 W zo, Q ff 0 1 5 ' ,ff why' if bf ge f f 3 59 , X 4 f f I 'A x 0, : 2. ,, .. :QL Ml VZ W W ' ' 1 ff N' ,gf f.! 2 i. xr Caroline Crook, Mrs. Robert Daly. ataawgwmw -'fake Guzw-W E1 Kappa D Ita After one year of temporary dwellings on and off campus, we, the nomadic KDPS, have returned at last to reassume our position on the first circle. Being the first sorority on campus, we feel this beautiful new home is long overdue. Our unsettled state, however, did not affect our potential or abi- lity. Accustomed as we are to wandering, two acute thingsi' wandered into the COBOLLA office and we found them in the Favorite Sec- tion. YVhile Wandering across the quadrangle, four girls were draft- ed as ROTC sponsors. We KD,s have demonstrated our leadership, too. VVe're very proud of the KD who won Most Outstanding Fresh- man Woman of the Year. VVe claim officers in AWS lVice Presidentj, Mortar Board, Spirit CPresident and Treasurerj, Daughters of the King fPresidentQ, and AAU'W CPresidentj. We have members in Alpha Lambda Delta, Chi Delta Phi, Triangle, and numerous other honoraries. Other rewarding activities include our participation in various social events around campus, such as Old South, the Viking Party, and many stimulating evenings at the 'cTide." Our highest achievement was our outstanding pledge class of forty- five great girls. Enough of that. Now-have you heard the one about the meanest guy in the lVest . . . P OFFICERS: Caroline Crook, Presidentg Melanie Walthall, Vice President, Coralie Wfoodfin, Secretary, Mary Ann Morthland, Treas- f t L11'G1'. . A .. ,..:.iMa:a5agrfg:,: .-.. yy: , -::.:.1,,,-.Fx ., In ,,,V I, s - Q vzpfgf-arf :EE -- glfgf. , tw XV ,, . Y V. 1 V 4 . ,nw V i Mfg ..g n i It N Z: t I if , ' . - . ' Qt ' x ,, ,M '- -' r - , A: fy A 15.421, gf . Q ' ' x, Z sf- S -t me -fs ' 'Zz .. K . S ' gig' . f' S' , X ' . 'fir s 1 X 9 'K 3 v a ri . W' Q. M , t 1 , fs W A 1 ...,., ' '- 'V 1 Y i sk :ga i 5' Page 320 Ashurst Bailes Berry Bfgger Blackwell Boozer Brackin Bradford Braswell, A. Braswell, C. Britton Bruce Chapman Cl-nocrane Clark Click Coleman, A. Coleman, l.. Cox Crabtree Cravey Crook, C. Crook, T. Cullen Culpepper Dowling Elgin Ennis Eskridge Evans Fitz Foster Frist Gregory Grider Hagler Ham-ilton Hamlett Hinton Hodges Hollis Holt Hooper Hough Hubbuch, M 'Hulobucl'1, A. Huggins Hulsey Jackson Jones Jensen Joslyn Kelley Kirczew Lackey Leatherbury Lee Lewis Lovelace McCain McCollum McGuire MacKay Marshall Mathews Michaels Menaghan Montgomery, M. Montgomery, V. Morthland Murfee Norvell Owens Parker Peat Pennel Pepper Pigford Pritchett Pugh Randall Rice, F. Rice, J. Rogers Rushton Russell, E. Russell, M. Smith, A, Smith, S. Soule Spighf Stewart Stone Stuart Vordenbaumen Webb Webber White Williams Willis Woodtin In our ritual, the horns symbolize .... Once again the KD's set the pace in campus fashion. NOT PICTURED: Ehlert, Gobson, Hagler, McCol- lum, Moore, Richardson, Shieppard, C. Smith, Wkllthall. -V ., V ss" 1 ,-I, . , , 4, V ,. ,,. , iw! ,A-nw. -4 .M Lf ,- -, - M, N - I ' - ' ' f Vr 1 'A V L - by 2 ,Q "-' V " . ' 1 'i 1 . ' " -, f n'.2,f4sZ: . fr, I V f I , . y, 5 I V ' . " f ,fy ,- j 1 .... f . V .UM .. W 135, 4 .93 g. V xi: .. ,V V , ah Vi, I, , 3' ft 5, -tiny: l Av 2, M, , , 4 if , ,f,,, . ., , ,fs WI ag-WPS f , I ,f if . .. , 4, .,., ,f V L L rs. i sily I V is S riir - f L+ -V ' ' ff' ' ,,,, ,, ,,,.' 1 ., , ' ..",Lf,,.1lf...i V ,V " ""- z if , , " , "'- f fig . . . 1-. 21 'f-1 'V ll UW?-VV' VT' iz' w V. ".' I ' " in 2- . 7L.Y"VL-' r V1. 'T' i'V"f- -V .rf - . " f.'. Qi ' J L' ' L y as .. V - +L:-Vf y V ' V L it f of " f- wf 1 - y i .V , ,f - ,Q ww,g5,w sy 5' Viyggz - ' I Q , V if 'M'fffQfV 'J A M, ' 5 Aff? .-f"2'ff?,47 -5 i. 3 ' fx XVAL ,J . V . 4' ,f Vlfffl ',,VV I-' Z" l, VJ 7:42-ff . l ., ., ff-f V Qi., 44,7 f ' Wf , 1 , , ., A , ,A , ,V ,.,.1 1 . . , ,--. .. X . V all . ..,, . ,,f . . A. M4 , , . - -, 42 , W.. .,., ., 4. 4 4 ,fn M..-L, wi- if f V 41 .,, my ,N A , , .- , 1 LV rf., ,,,,-- , .V if , f V V . V ..e. ' . g I - fy .f ff- ,i 4 A , .1 , -V ff- 4134 , H V,'V. ny fwfff m. ,- .VY f- " ff , ' L .- ' . y . i S ff-Vr Vi i 'V -f 3 .4 , ,. .... - up ' 72 "'k f if X ' H. im ..,' -V,V,., N K ' V - K, :ggi r V . A .V Z I . 7 .Ll V K x - I, , K V 3 , ,, , g ,, Q f - . 4 , f. 1 . fn: ,.,. I , ' 'K 1 H? w 5 -- -'-- fy ? o f 1314225 V, S . .- i n , 44 ,gg 1, fn, 11,152-I 7,-7,1 yy, , ,i - 4, if 4 Qi fry' ff:-Us V ' - . rii. ,,,, - .,,,, , . ,,..,,,,, g , ,,.,,., , , y V .zu ,V V4 : ,xi ' ' ' f Page 321 Margherita Jones, Mrs. Estell Chesaldine. dxw 9 tim e 3? Ss l ,I Kappa Kappa amma Kappa Kappa Gamma made its debut at University of Alabama in 1927 and displays evidence of its local success through its out- standing members. The Kappa key is worn by 'fladiesn who attended Fiji Island, the Viking Party, Old South, and we even made the scene at the Phi house-once or twice. Top honors at the Sigma Chi Derby were carried off by Kappa for the second consecutive year. From the Kappa house come the following BWOC's: Ianey Ander- son, President of AWS, and Carol Self, Miss Alabama. Zilda and Missy made Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Board tapped Margherita and Ianey. Our favorite homemaker Beppy F orehand is president of Agnes El- len Harris. To top all this, two COROLLA beauties, five fraternity sweethearts, Air Force and Army Sponsors, and six Triangle members sign out at the Kappa house. They say you canit win them all-but we sure did try. Do stop by Colonial Drive to see usg we'll be glad to pierce your ears. OFFICERS: Margherita Iones, Presidentg Ann McKoy and Kay Luckie, Vice Presidentsg Ianey Anderson, Secretary, Lane Pettiss, Treasurer. Anderson Bellenger Benton Binion Brantley Brownback Carlisle 35' Clark Crow ' Curran Dodson ' ' - Dorsey J.. 'gf' W " Engelhardt Erwin Q18 I 0 R K 1 1 G-X Forehand Fritz , S Gaines ,Q ,' , Gardner Long 'li-5 -.'- ,:',,x0 H Grafton X Gfiffin Halsell Harrison Hillard Holcxday Hughes Johnston Jones, J. Jo nes, M. Jordan Karpinski Kearns Kelley Kettig Kyser Page 322 Lane Latimer Levy Lewis Long Lott Luckie McKay McLean McPhillips Meighan, L. Meighan, M. Mitchell Morris, J. Morris, S. Paddock Pearce Pearson Pettiss Pirkle Pitman Price Province Rolf Schanbacher Self, C. Small Smith Sneed Staff Stamps Stokes Vookles White Wilbanks Williamson D. C. Wilson Yarbrough . so let's have another verse that's worse than the other verse . . ." ,sf f i., 'LT -' . f- .V-gg 1. s V wx 1 the A ' 0 ,f 9' Gb' , .uf Q' L .1 515 y garage' ..w,pf ff 74,544 W 'f , 3,,,4'of' ",w f X I X , , f , W , -. : - . f .-.-. kv ff ,V A .v -7 fgmzy, , ,X Zi ,ff fum ,nf , .N fr A. 3,., X wc.: www , ewfliww ' ,-avg., , ' , YE, lx W, 7, 7"4a ef .,,.fZ'f:,f VIN a 1. ,. 1+ , Q f so 4 f J , f ,H Aw .:, ff? 'f 1. .Q fwfr- ,f-W sis L Ke If , . 'ik f 4 K V, f , , . lf. , 7,05 f xx I iw WC! , ., S , ,.,b:: 5 ,W My 1,351 -1 ,nf . Miss Alabama and the "Million Dollar Bancl"? NOT PICTURED: Allison, Boinar, Bostwick, Bunt- ing, Casey, Cochran, Davis, Fayard, Greer, Crimes, Hartman, Henderson, Herrod, Johnson, I. Self, B. VVaugli N. lVaugl1, Williamson. f , ..,, , ., f ,,,, W ' ., Ql'-i V ,.,, 4 . J ,,.. 51 r - 1 " N A ,- f 1, ,, ' 1 ,N I . X -sf' ., Q25 ,, L , 2 W - , f .ff-1-1 -1 , f, -2- 4-' fav 1 f . V 2 ,,...,..,.,. , . , . , f i X ,- i 1 ., W ' fi f f f I -. 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A 1, I K , X x Phi Mu RECIPE FOR PHI MU: Take a lot of leadership-Two A 81 S Senators, AAUVV Viee-Presi- dent, Senior Representative to AYVS, Cheerleaders, Crimson Girl, Vice-President of Spirit, Office Manager of the COROLLA, twelve members of Triangle, and members of SGA committees. Add a batch of beauties-An Anny sponsor, Air Force sponsors, two COROLLA favorites, Bama Belles, Sigma Chi and Chi Phi Sweet- hearts, and first alternate to Miss Venus. Mix with plenty of brains-Members of Mortar Board, Chi Delta Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Epsilon, and Pi Sigma Alpha, Most Outstanding junior, and six members of Alpha Lambda Delta. Spice with personality, energy, vigor, friendliness, and spirit. Decorate with the Delt Trophy for the Most Outstanding Sorority, which will be a permanent fixture in our house. Combine all these ingredients on the University of Alabama cam- pus, and you have a sisterhood-Phi Mu. OFFICERS: Carol Harrison, President, Sharon Stone, Vice Presi- dent, Anne Starnes, Treasurer, Lynn Hairston, Secretary, Karen Wal- ton, Pledge Director. Adams A 1+ - . .W .,, ,, ,L .I If , - 3. - - I . 77 . s i.:f'w9,i.,.,-CPF' I3 III-wx .ya I Q, i ii - I '. O I S ' in . " ' . Alexander ' .1 K 55-I I 1' i . ' Allen fx .r X V - ? Baker Baltzell Barnes "" Bearden Bellew Birchfielcl, C. gg Ie.. f.Irh-fI2awaz ,L . ,I A ,jx MEM Birchfielcl, N. , g .yw Brock 'y ,. IQ:-4 1 Brogdon we' 'R Q "" Q Coin - ff up Canty M ' Cast ""' Cheatham Davenport Deurman I, Derrick -. .1 - - N. , ,, ., Drezek " ' '. Q, Z . ,E I- r"""' 3 - Duncan A gal ' f - 'R' I- ff- Q Fair , 6' ' 45. 'f' Q S' , Faulk Q , I I ,X Q' G I, M ram ing ,, Grant , Green V V Guest Q - 5 I px, Guthrie ' ' A , , -I ' Hairston ' . QM- K ,I li. . I. ' Yi Haisli I 0 . I A 'I as- P ' If. l ff I, 7 ' -:I it ' . i if-iii fi M -S fi V: -rf Hallberg a I f -I ,. ,. ,nun , if ,ms .. ,,.:, , at 1 is x, . 1 H m.h - .,.. I Q 1 on X -I .I .,.. s . H'-in 'ns I I I, I, ag P . , arrison y . I I , , Hom f a A - I I.I. I , I I Houston IV, , ,,-, I 'QV , , , , K ,..k ,WL , N . .Vi g K J . 5. 35, .. 5 F' - ' I' . , I- i I e I I , Howard ara awwamaaaar.aaaemw.aa,,a.fmaI,nWa fee H? .. ,. Q 4, I ,f I H. if ,HI , I. Q- -4 . - , Jo nston ' f ,. ' .I f , ff, .. 4 ,1 'as Hz. 75:5 H.. y A I Ir, ' II 4, ,,. I'-- I A - i- wwf , fp.- 'QQWW ,' I - -1 ' fw'7-fIf- I --if 4 7 I I ' ': I -. f. . II. -If ' Q. fm ' . X . , A, ,NWW7 W1 , 1 1,9 N, , , V. ,.. .. I, M , H II, , If Jones, J. ' .I I, ' ' .-.I If.fLf'i' " lf?" " . ., rm If ""' ' L2 -' , " ' V 'O " ii, Jones L p " , f . . .Q I Kee ,el g E . ' 'fe I any 1. A, Rv .X PP t ' ' ' L ' W A 1. .. Lacey Page 324 Lambert McClendon McCrory McConnell McKerall Martin Mason Mathison Matthews Mays Miles Morgan Nichols Niehuss Oxford Parker, D. Parker, J. Pennington Ray Roberts Seebeck Smith, D. Smith, L. Stanford Starnes Steele .,,. iw .5 W "' as f ff ff ..,,,.. f . , v W' 2' I , f. f X f , f f W Mush, pledges! NOT PICTURED: Hartung, Head, Kelley, Luke, "On the steps of Phi Mu . ." Prentiss. ' 2 wfswjg, 1' X Q 's , , f .. 5 K , ff 1 , ' . 2. 1 WJ wa " wwf, H Nw., A 'M A W 5? - .""'V.,, I i ' , , if 5 V r ' ilk Tg is f A X 5 f Q 124.4 gf 1 1 ""' f , ! xv f 1 ' ff .V j f 7 Stone ff Suraci 7 b 'ff - V' Thrasher 12342 ' Vines ' Wi, nk, , " 3 , I , v,,W,,, ,,,,,f4 2,14-gvyg 3 ,ry Vlnmg Ll 212.14 , 3.1.4 ff Wade Wa rren W '1 -t "ff Waite I f yi , V 11: Wallace fgiiif Weekhqm ff., xx.: . . - - Weeks if 515753 -'iii I 9 an - While 'L ' wg! Wlillllngloh :'.52 wLL,q,,, Lf Williamson Q Wilson 9 Q11 I W 'V' AI' R I rf G I Lx ' cf. 'f 45, 46,-S, N I-,INV 1 ,. 4 142, .. 1.1 XM, X 7 , 1 . sl K f 1 . Zim QW! ' 'Fri .fwz ' v, ,Pl e M, 7 ,Ki MZ' I 1 1 ,,. ,,. Z 1 ,V Q , f X ,fm f f! , KVM' M. 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If 2 1 ,V , f':"7:Zz2W?4g-.:.' , e ' ' 4 f , x -mf f Z f s 0- fl v s f' ff .1 A f yw' f ' f . rf fy Q V 1,5 W - A, X ,, ,. l W , .,.. , 6 M ' A I 1 X f,, ff , W , , 2,7 Pi Beta Phi VVe, thle Pi Beta Phi's, being the oldest sorority in the nation, and the very last to build a new house at Bama, do hereby declare that our new abode will be started this very spring! But alas, won't it be lonesome without the Kappa Sigs, Phi Cams, or Delts living next door to us?l Why, we can even leave our curtains open without fear of "peeping tomsvl The Pi Phfs had another memorable year activity-wise, including YWCA President, Triangle Treasurer, MAHOUT Office Manager, AWS Treasurer, and Cotillion Club Secretary. Membership into Alpha Lambda Delta and school honoraries was awarded to several of our girls. As for beauties, we really rated-COROLLA favorite, KA Rose, ROTC Sponsor, and sweetheart alternates-just to mention a few. As for scholarship tlmereps always next year-or the next-or the nextl With the great new pledge class and the actives all working to- gether, the Pi Phi Arrow canyt help but hit its mark-success-again this year. OFFICERS: Alice Chenault, President, Debbie Campbell, Vice Presidentg Grace Dalton, Recording Secretary, Skippy Insche, Cor- responding Secretaryg Connie Marshall, Treasurer. ag up 4 F Y Allison K 1. 1 ' D Burton I v , Burdette Campbell 5 y Curnafhun 5 ,Q I " 'V if ' - V I -k'k Ki Chenclult ,,,, A, , , Abernathy " , M G A-l Cleverdon xy Q., pp .L , . it Coates , ji " r -- , , Coker 5 Q t V K A Cox A 1 ppsn 5? Croxson Dalton Demes Engle Falkenbu rg Fcrgcxson Ford Gunn Glasgow Graves Green Grentner Griffis Hester Hilbert Holmes Holt Huguley lnsche Keister Kidd Page 326 l Kipfer Lanier Lewis McClinfon McGraw Mann Marks Marshall, C. Marshall, J. Mason Meagher Meyer Nason Nichols Olson Pcllefii Payne Peebles Putnam Robinson, J. Robinson, M. Scoif Skinner Soufh Sfricklancl Thomas Thompson Wagner Whlfi Wilson . Look, girls! A MAN! ! NOT PICTURED: Clowdus, Frantz, Hayes, Lake, McClinton, McKnight, Price, Schilleci, Starnes, Turner, Our group had 23W fewer "mishaps"l XVHSOI1, VVOOdW2l1'fl. x , . m Q lm gl Us gk f , f f f ' pf what 1 . . S: 4 F .. , , Q, , fw fx Q 1 . M X M , : f , 7. 1 ff ,x f 'f 9 , ,im-my - in ' X 52 f ,X .... - q . ., if ' Kyfjq., -ff.g1:sg.'-Q'-',-- f f i so ,if ,. .,,, Y, , , . f i f ff Page 327 ' fa , 2 1' .. ,- , ., ,,-1 , Xi ' , vw ,,,, r , li p 74? f 1 af ff' f y V W7 f , . W J ' rf, 1.-'jffs 1 z X 9 f m f , , Vw , fy. 4 A. , ,f,,4f. 'Z ffff. 1 W, ,mf , W5 ,Q f 657 4,49 , f'f o 4452. V, X ffw V fy ff , 4' aww Qjfiy N A mf 4 f , ' 2, ' , W fi EQ 4 5 i ' f' K ' Sy . f I f If xx 1 X! J 5 all 0, Q 17 Suscun Baker, Mrs. lrmo Boone. , a s-0 V F! igma Delta Tau New year, new house, new activities constitute the new look of SDT. An excellent year was forecast from the beginning, when we pledged 15 freshmen. These pledges are already adding to our name in the way of activities and honors. Despite many obstacles of living off campus, SDT has hiked its way to many achievements. For example active members of AXVS judiciary, Triangle, Mortar Board, Alpha Lambda Delta, other aca- demic honoraries, Debate Squad, and Crimson Girls grace our slate of activities. Susan Baker, Vice President of AWS, Summer School, and member of AWS Judiciary, Naomi Carfinkle, senior represen- tative to AWS judiciary, Susan Harris, varsity cheerleader and member of Mortar Board, Susan Nomberg, Miss Alabama, Bev Marks, Presi- dent of Freshman Nursing School and member of Alpha Lambda Delta, Esta Meyers, active debator, and Bobbi Silver, Women's Sports Editor for the C-W are among the many SDT's with vim, vigor, and vitality. And to top it all off, we achieved the highest scholastic average on campus! Already we are buzzing with many activities and lots of fun strength- ened by sisterlmood. OFFICERS: Susan Baker, President, Naomi Garfinkle, First Vice President, Susan Harris, Second Vice President, Devan Nelson, Treas- urer, Anita Starr, Recording Secretary, Betty Copeland, Correspond- ing Secretary. Allenberg Boker Bernstein Bloch p Cohn f Copeland Dreyfus Epsmon Erdreich Flowers, A. Flowers, S. Garfinkle Haminsohn Harris Hyman Kaufman Kulman Marks -Page 328 May Meyers Moskevifz Nelson Nichols Nomberg Reuben Robinson Sack Silver Starr Steinberg Verkauf Weinstein, F. Weinstein, L. ". . . proof of Peking influence on our college campuses."-J. Burch l i Whclr Eagle? NOT PICTURED: K1'CtZG1', Richman. 93 if Page 329 Mrs. Annie Ruth Harrington, Ann Foster. OCGOUZD tim 'Y Emma Zeta Tau Alpha The Zetas are back in their place on Magnolia Drive with 45 of the sharpest pledges on campus to help them polish their crowns. The moon over Miami shone on a national gathering of Zetas this summer, and did our golden crowns glisten when we came back to the Capstone with the National Standards Award. And our crowns are still glistening as they are worn by the Vice President of Mortar Board, Town Girls Representative to AWS, Vice President of Tri- angle, Scholarship and Cultural Chairmen of AWS, Business Mana- ger of the COROLLA, CORCLLA beauties, and Freshman Repre- sentative to AWS judiciary. Zetas can also be seen in Pi Tau Chi, Alpha Beta Alpha, Phi Alpha Theta, Pi Mu Epsilon, Alpha Lambda Delta, and Triangle. Somehow the Zetas managed to slip a little studying in under their crowns to be second in scholarship. Once again the Zetas have proven the old adage to be true: 'The COROLLA saves the best for lastf' OFFICERS: Ann Foster, President, Wynne Alexander, Vice Presi- dent, Danette Stanard, Corresponding Secretary, Gayle Mayo, Re- cording Secretary, Shirley Doss, Historian. 'iff ,Me is .. .sk ..aS,F:..saH P A .ggi ' - -1: kim.-V. -- Q, Ria 'R H n: ,.,. ,. 4 3 er se a, M Q 1 an M . ' '- ,fav " is K N Q x M X It Q 5 s Q2 Page 330 fl' f ,sv ,N x :Ag , s . 'M Q 2.- Q N 'K , B. 'FQ Q - t as - is z , Mesa! ik Q W X av 'A' , an Q N R , if r V J 'YN W" f W Alexander Aman Armstrong Barnidge Bedford Bellamy Bishop Bonnecarrene Bracey Brewer Bridgers Brooks, B. Brooks, L. Brown Burr Campbell Cannon Christian Civils Collins Conway Crews Cruikshank Curry Damron Daug htry Dobbs Doss Duran Dwyer Echols English Fitzpatrick Fogg Foster Freeman Glenn Gorman Grzymkowski Gunter Guthrie Hahn Hanby Hardin Hayes E T .Q Higgins Hinshaw Holston Houck Jernigan, K. Jernigu n, M. Johnson, D. Johnson, M, Jones Kcxmpmeier Kyle Leg um Levy Loerch Loftin Mcxffhews Mayo Middleton Modica Moss Murray N unnally Price Reece Richu rds Roberfs Scott Smifhermcxn Siomord Sfuckey Taber Tompkins Trice Tripleft Vogelscxng Wohlsfen Wuites Whifmire Wilson Yeuell I Tolcl her Brylcreem was only for men. NOT PICTURED: I caught me one! Pinkston, Smith, Week ' , 1. Me " ' ' -- A , . 45 4 1- . I .,., I .. ... , g .-,. ,M '-uf:--1 A 1 1: 7 1,1 f .L 1 l -, Af -y, ' 1 .1 - 'ga 4 1 .n 114 , - W 5 V J .-f1fw.:,.- ..,,, 1 5 . ,,:. , by ., 2, .,,. km, f , N f If-af, - ' ' " HH. 4' 1 1 f V 1 1 , ,Z ., , , f, 'f 2 "' , J Yan- ,. ., 'ai 'lWL',f'4 ,. K fe ' fi .1 '4' 1 . jf" .52 ' f .5 z, 1 16 f fm 1 - 4 " 1 ' 1 Z 11 1 1 Z I I . , , .. ., "1-.11 ,.., - U -1 . , 1 1 - 1.--1 1 .,,. f ..,. ' " , V ,.., "5 15" " " 1 'ff X P' ,f7"' f . ' K "" ' V f4:e:.:L.::::.e:4' f f 1 ff -f 'M 1 f, 17 Q x 4, X S39 l Q 4 - ma ls- 4 XA f 'Vim 4 ,, f 'w' Vg, 4.3. is V Q.. X ..,. ,A x 11 5 az yi 1 f if Q,4 5 f 1 4 . f Wa -1, , if X 1 V, 'Lf - "Q: , Brown, S. Z 'fi-1-1 Fisher, Johansen, Parker, .ji K9 iffy 42 'US 49 K. 1 1 ,ff I .lv 11 : ff fb . 31.91 Z Ye A 1 A X if f 1 f 5 1 4 49 1 Zi QV' , H1 fw'41?'f'f 1 Z 191, X K 1X 7 1 M' 'fi W ' 4 YZ Q' Sze- 1 , X X if W ' X f f X f X Page 331 , 1 411 ' WC X 1, X 4 1 , ff , 2 K M9 Q 1 1, fc f 1 if '14, J V 1 f K5 ,y I 1 ,,...,sz L I .. '4- 3, 1 I gf? H Q mr, Wg Z, k r 1 5 5. ff , 5' f, 1 0 1, 11 1 f 1 ' .M 1, A g 1' ,Z ff . 1,,' ,.,. .fv -- 1 V ,, ,W . ' ' U glQffi, ., l --w igs m f 1 1 Z.. N. if - ,f' LZ EH ,. , I 1 1 1 . 7 f K ,-ev . -9 J 1 1 M z fy 1 4 1 K 1? Qs A i 5 eff' I7 . ,, 1 1 f 1 , , 1 W 7, ,,,,. I I ef 1 21 , 4 1 kv K 1 ..:Q.,,f., . . U, J , vw. 'fi 1. , , 'SQ , W yn I l lnterfraternity Council Left to right: President John Klyce, Judiciary Chairman Greg Cusimano, High School Relations Chairman Earl Campbell, and Secretary George Crews enjoy humorous comment in committee report. Page 332 Composed of the president or an elected representative from each fraternity, the Interfraternity Council is the governing body of the twenty-six national social frater- nities on the campus. Its purposes embody unifying the fraternities to solve common problems, promoting co- operation between the University and fraternities, and protecting the interests of the fraternities and their mem- bers. The most important work the IFC has undertaken this year concerns fraternity rushing practices. The entire rush system Was re-evaluated and from this evaluation evolved a much more highly organized and effective rush system. The Council also undertook a re-evaluation study of current pledge training programs, and this Work will probably be carried over into next year. A further progressive step was the modification of the functions of IFC Iudiciary, extending its jurisdiction and power. The first activity in which IFC participated was the annual convocation during summer counselling to ac- quaint freshmen men with the fraternity system and rushing. In addition, the Council published the CAP- STONE CREEKS for the purpose of helping those men interested in pledging a fraternity. FIRST ROW Cseatedjz George Crews, Secretary, John Klyce, President, Grant Barricklow, Vice-President, Tommy Elder, Rush Chairman. SECOND ROW: Bruce Taylor, Louis Land, Norton Brooker, Gil Griggs, John Hurst, Redding Pitt, Stan Brock, Mike McCormick, Mike Blumenfeld. THIRD ROW: Rusty Stewart, Michael Kent, Jim Rives, Earl Campbell, Pat Mitchell, Edward Hall, Doug Smith, Steven Berger. FOURTH ROW: Alan Francis, Billy Tate, Tommy Cook, Cliff Lynch, Tommy Stowe, Danny Cleckler, Bill Cochran, Bert Parsons, Jan McMinn, Gregory Cusimano. Page 333 - 'N X1 Z Mx Bill Terrill. Q- an ' ., ll QL I V I Tifigzgdklkui QS 00 A ' EAopNm: Mayall ll Q tx In LI 3: and 7 Q I iz, ui: 1 fa lb-,gg if M 0 1 12 s Q Acacia Commonly known around the campus as the "ak-aksv or the "cau- casiansf' we of Acacia are the newest members of the Creek society at the Capstone, being colonized in january of 196 4. Being new to thc fraternity system on campus, our early months found us amazed and bewildered at the complexities of fraternity life. We have, however, attempted to organize the colony exactly as an active chapter should be. This proved difficult at times because tlie colony was unfamiliar with the policies and techniques of frater- nal living. We have received invaluable assistance in these areas from the IFC, the Office of the Dean of Men, and the Acacia National Office, The colony has worked hard during the past months and anticipates activation in the spring of 1965. We hope that in the near future Acacia can be a beneficial addition to the fine fraternity system here at the University of Alabama. OFFICERS: Bill Terrill, Presidentg Ken Mosley, Vice Presidentg Kendall Clarke, Secretaryg Al N oblin, Treasurer. Beck Clarke Page 334 i E 5 . 2 i 3 i 2 1 Maddox Noblin Finally-our new house! NOT PICTURED: Etheredge, I-IH1'l'iS, Merritt, Miller, And with the intense interest Moseley, Richards, Rose, Terrill, Tucker, W7i11ard. of Dean Blackburn Page 335 l - - l ale J05 Mrs. M. D. Miller, Mike Blumenfeld. I I 'A' I i Q. Alpha Epsilon Pi This year our resort at 322 Univeristy Avenue has undergone an extensive renovation which was completed just in time for our big- gest season-Chanukah. With many 'cthank Gods' and "at last's,,' the happy men of AEPi moved back into our house early in December to prepare for the remainder of the campus year. Like always, our athletic teams are among the finest on campus. Our football team, due to the loss of various players, is facing a re- building year, with a fate similar to that of the New York Giants. Our bowling teams placed first and third, however, and our Volleyball team is currently competing in the playoffs. Politically we are very strong, having Lany Baker representing us as publicity chairman of Cotillion Club and Charles Abrams on the Creek Week Committee. Of course, we are very proud of Don Sie- gal, one of our distinguished brothers, representing us as President of SCA. And if you like parties-well, ours are the finest around. Even a freshman has heard of Hawaiian VVeekend, when the entire campus brings their leis, and experiences wild festivities-Hawaiian style- which leaves everyone talking about the great party until the follow- ing year. All of our parties are open-why not drop over some time? OFFICERS: Mike Blumenfeld, Master, Larry Baker, Lt. Master, Howard Green, Exchequer, Stuart Corenblum, Scribe, Rich Kopel, Sentinel. 'N Abrams Baker Berger Berke Blumenfeld Du Bin Feldman Geverfz Page 336 5 Goldstein Harris Himevifz Kepel Libby Millmczn Qt ,AA A Swcm Lake Ballet-AEPi style. menfeld, Coreublum, Green, Hirsch, Richter, Schwartz The other wcmy, Billy, the other wcny! ton, Zaugwill. 1 V ,lv-..K..,5.a. Page 337 y NOT PICTURED: Adelman, Alehadeff, M. Blu- Shahot, D. Sicgal, I. Siegal, Stahl, W7echser, XVeiss, Wfes- C 4 2 .4 John Hawkins, Miss Hester Romines. :d an L. 14. Qi! ' Alpha igma Phi Alpha Iota Chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi began its thirty-fourth year on campus with a new housemother, modified pledge and scholar- ship programs, and a great feeling of optimism about the coming year. Miss iiomines is Well acquainted with our attitudes as students, as she is herself a graduate student in education specialities. We are proud of her and regard her as a great asset to the house. The revised pledge program, which assures the dignity of our pledges, is designed to prepare them for able and responsible active membership. Our scholarship program attempts to provide Within the house an atmos- phere conducive to study lon Week nightsl. Each person is given the opportunity to develop his initiative and to pace himself as he Will. Never let it be said that the Alpha Sigs do not enjoy themselves. We anticipate a very active year of parties, trips, and general good times. Also, We are looking with excitement to the intramural acti- vities. Several of our members are active in hionoraries, SCA, and IFC. The Alpha Sigs Will, as always, b-e Working hard this year to achieve our goal: uto better the man." OFFICERS: John Hawkins, President, Levon Miller, Vice Presi- dent, Richard Spring, Secretary, Fred Yarbrough, Treasurer, Doug WVeathers, Social Chairman. Baker Casfleberry Copeland Finkbiner Francis Hall Hawkins Ha rdesty Jester Merrell Page 338 I 1 i 5 ' 5 I me Now if I can lust cover up These Termife holes. Once upon C1 time in Never-Never lcmd . . . NOT PICTURED: H. Copeland, Rust, Yarbrough Miller, M. Miller, S. em Richardson Santa Cruz Silvis Spring Stevens Thomas Weathers Page 339 Mrs. Erlyne Self, Cruse Braswell Alpha Tau Omega After seventy-nine years of undiminishing success at the Univer- sity, Beta Delta still stands at the forefront in the Creek world and of the fraternities at the Capstone. While living in our slightly temporary house we again managed to pledge the best boys on campus-32 new Taus. A new house was our great dream and in Iune it will be a great reality. Ground-breaking ceremonies took place on Homecoming Day and the Taus have been supervising ever since. Socially, We again managed to outdo all others. The football Week- ends will always linger in our memories and the 'gspur-of-the-moment" parties will never be forgotten. Once again the Vikings sailed into their harbor of happiness and in 1965 we revived the tme spirit of the golden days of old. As the Capstone makes ready for another year's end, we bid good- by to friends leaving and with the immortal words of a great song, we say "So long, it's been good to know you." For those returning we say: "If you can,t go first class, just donit go at allf' OFFICERS: Cruse Braswell, Presidentg Bob Thetford, Vice-Presi- dentg john Screws, Treasurerg Frenchy Yarbroughi, Secretaryg Robert Condrey, Historiang Franklin Goodwin, Public-relations. Acuff Albright Albritton ww Allison Baldwin Batchelor Bowman Braswell Broadway Carnes Chase Craddock Crocker Davis, J. Davis, T. Ellioif - Frisbie, C. Frisbie, R. Gallion Garrett Gentry MA Hagood all Hanley X' f. Harrison Hawthorne Q ' R... , " Q H 0 r n e r r 5, - f X - Howell N P Hudson Page 340 Ingalls Kerzic Land Lindley Lisenby McDuvicl Manning Maftison Morton Overton Owen Pa rfin Porter Ramsey Richards Russ Scott Screws Snellgrove Spencer Stevenson Stewart Thetford Ward Watson Webb, H. Webb, M. Wilson 'Yarbrough Dear Mom: About that 500 dollar house bill .... M at A- L HQ 9' x,..4 x . vK',i . 5 flax 3 exist! 4 9799 4 5 , 6 " ..,,.fwvf? Well, you've got to start rush early these Clays. NOT PICTURED: Boyd, Condrey, Downey, Fulker- son, Goodwin, Hard, Hutto, Jackson, Kitchen, McCrory, Monroe, Roth, Silsbee, Smith, Volz, W7a1'1'en, M. XVebb, W7offo1'd. , , X , ,A gg , , f ff..- ,, 12' .,,, M ,uf . My ww , ' b 2 2 , , , . , an -in am.. 'ff 9 'L --- , ' - .,., . -'-' f Page 341 hy 4 ly!! X-I! 2 s Q Wir Q ... f We Q' ff if 1 it W 'N X XV .',' W' 5 ,ff Y, Elbert Parsons, Jr., Miss Helen Murray ally 3 ffw' Beta Theta Pi We, the gentlemen of Beta Theta Pi, look back on the past three years with a feeling of great pride and accomplishment. Since Novem- ber of 1962, when 13 stout-hearted men conceived Beta Theta, we have progressed in a rather precocious manner to our present standing on the University of Alabama campus. Close bonds of brotherhood, high ideals, teamwork and social life are some of the factors that made our past accomplishments possible. Croups and individual honors that have come our way are first place in basketball and horseshoes, the Auburn Effigy Trophy, Secretary- Treasurer of the "A" Club, ODK, IFC Judiciary, Campus Chest Com- mittee Chairman, Vice-President of Alpha Phi Omega, Secretaiy- Treasurer of the School of Fine Arts, and various staff positions for campus publications. For two consecutive years, a Beta has led Barna's spirit as head cheerleader. Three brothers also hold athletic scholarships. But perhaps one of our greatest accomplishments and one we most enjoyed was when we moved from the crate to the cradle of the Creek system, our present location on University Avenue. These far reaching gains have made men throw up with fear and women swoon, delirious with joy. We feel that we have come a long way and achieved much in a very short period ot time. Realizing that we have only reached the end of the beginning, we look ahead to a bright future and continue forward in true Beta Spirit. OFFICERS: Elbert Parsons, Ir., President, Toby Coleman, Vice- President, Michael Kroelinger, Secretary, Aubrey Riley, Treasurer. . ' 54 . . Adams Armstrong Baeder Bosfwick Brooks Burkett , .-5' 1 . ffpggfe! f 9 . .. , M, XM . A .v s i 'fl la in ZZ Calabro Calhoun Carson Chesser Coleman Crews Cusimano Davis Durden Foster Gielle Hanks Hogg Hoover Hopper Hyde .landebeur Kroelinger Page 342 First fraternity on campus to win the Good Housekeeping Seal ot Approval. We feel pretty, oh so NOT PICTUBED Blodgett Gugsby Moody T W illiams. McQueen Magill Moore wiv' w Morse 4 Nubors Nash Palya Parsons Phillips Pruet, A. Pruef, J. Rainey Riley Robineft Robison Rolf Sanders Singleton Southarcl Swearingen Troncale Va ug hn White Whited Williams, W. Nbr' 4491-4- Page 343 N Y sting ,, , f an T -id 7X Q ' if M Lynn Hughes, Mrs. Vickie Schlosser Chi Phi Once again the strong arm of Chi Phi held back the greedy Union Building Monster, which is ever-threatening to engulf our little com- munity and which, in the meantime, belches forth' great volumes of vile odors, strange noises, and ticket bearing Supe Store cops. Meanwhile, back at the house, Chi Phi stumbled forward winning the All-Sports Trophy for the second consecutive year. Our outstand- ing pledge program was drastically changed after the performance of last yearis pledges. This year we have great expectations of initait- ing a few first semester pledges. The responsible Chi Phi's dug into campus activities and came out with three Jasons' Memberships, Five ODK Memberships, two Tau Beta Pi memberships, a Phi Tau Sigma membership, a Phi Beta Kappa Key, Editor of the COBOLLA, a seat in the Senate, editor of the SCA Bulletin CSuave Charliej and a whole host of other goodies. Already, the rumbling of the sports teams, along with the scratching of pens falthough barely audible over the party noise of the base- mentj, herald another year of uniqueness. OFFICERS, Lynn Hughes, Alpha, Joe Ed McConnell, Beta, Char- les Rampacek, Gamma, VVayne johnson, Delta, Rusty Fraser, Epsi- lon, Mike Coodson, Zeta. Alford Alverson Austin Qr:f-'vi Becknell M Bingham Bloomstran B ' ht rig well Brown, C. 'mi Brown, R. Bryant Bullen Bullock Connor Daniel Farb Gentry Goclbolcl Goodson Hayden Hamner Haun Hughes Johnson, S. Johnson, W. Page 344 Sure it's goodg "Slinger" made if. Jones, B. Jones, L. Josephson Oaks McConnell Manuel Mickle Mifchell Norris Patrick Pender Port Rampacek Shaw Shea Sinclair Skinner Smifh Terry VanDeVeer Wilder Wilson .Ava ' ' Mm 1 i i s 2 x 1 2 5 a a E l , Gosh, Ronnie. You ought 'ro be C1 cheerleader. NOT PICTURED: Adams, Blair, Carter, Fraser, Kain, Portcr, Rushing. Page 345 Mrs. Eunice Snowclen, James Wright, Jr. O ooo Cflib 00000000000 O O 0 0 0 o C Delta Chi The school year of 1964-65 finds the Alabama chapter of Delta Chi advancing in eveiy way. Starting the year off as it should, Delta Chi found 30 new pledges under her roof. These 30 men found that the year at Delta Chi had been planned with their presence and help in mind. In the field of scholarship a completely renovated system has been adopted with die sole purpose of giving every man the grades that his intellect will allow. In the area of sports the pledges have been put to the task of improving the record of a sixth place and finishing in the All-Sports race. Also high on the present list of Delta Chi objectives is the reality of a new house. The problem of a fraternity building a new house has been met with the kind of determination that has turned uncertain hopes into reality. Once again the members of Delta Chi have returned with an attitude of determination and action first in their minds. This coupled with the fact that our alumni are also Delta Chi's makes 1964 the best year of Delta Chiis greatest advance at Alabama. OFFICERS: james Wright, Ir., Presidentg Kenneth Scarborough, Vice-President, Phillip Owings, Recording Secretary, Owen Pruitt, Treasurer, John Harrison, Corresponding Secretaryg Mark Russell, Sargeant-at-Arms. Allison Barnes Bates Berg hess Brown Bu rg ess Busby Chamberlain WX Chenoweth Connell Cook Crabtree Crutchfield Handle Y Harrison Hudson Humble Lamb McCormick McPeters Meshad Miles Nelson Nutter 'Page 346 Owings Phillips Pruitt Reid Roberson Russell Saint Scarborough Sca rbo roug h Scott Scott Shaw Simpson Swail Tommasello Trotman Watkins Watts West Williams Wirt Wright Ughl NOT PICTURED: Bl'CCliC111'lClgG, Cardwell, Croc- kett, Hobson, Mercer, O'Kelly, Osborne, Patterson Pitts, Scott, Sullivan, Turner, Winlcs. 7 Page 347 The Deke's newly remodeled shelter. 1 Nnxkxw- ,cfbiXAf- K X. , a gf - -F'F"::-:. .A pr k"P0GE Q x E Hi Delta Kappa Epsilon Spurning the proposition that conformity is the rule rather than the exception, Psi Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon stands for organiz- ed individuality apart from the clash and clamor of college life. We can be proud of our newly remodeled 'KMansion on the Hillv, our revitalized grades, our ever-stalwart group of pledges, but these are only material things, and, therefore, immaterial. They are only by-products of an increasing spirit characterized by a strong position, a dynamic attitude, and a real belief in brotherhood. In our separate- ness there has been strength, and our strength has meant greatness, as evident today as at its conception one hundred and seventeen years ago. This is what makes us, but We are not drowning in otu' pool of glory, seeing only what We have done and not what lies ahead. Facing the future With a realization that our fate will be as We shape it, We expect each year of' the continued existence of Psi Chapter to expand the great accomplishments of her long and distinguished past. OFF ICERS: Not announced. Adams Bailey Bixler Black Brinsen Cook Cunningham Deichamps Dorman Drees, B.G. Drees, B.J. DuRoss Ennis Goodlee Gradclick Hillard Hooks Huffaker Hutte Irvine Jackson, R. Page 348 Jackson, T. Klyce, M. Klyce, R. Lumey Langus Lee McClintock McLemere Mather Moller Money Morgan Mullins Randolph Reeves Sullivan Swanson Taliuferre, J. Taliaferre, M. Taylor Thames Wall Zeunah See? You just blow and the wall crumbles. NOT PICTURED: Abercrombie, Brock, Clem, C0- oper, Dill, Farrington, Fountain, Kidd, J. Klyce, Mc- Donough, McMu1'phy, Mosteller, Radcliff, Taul, VVil- lou ghlny. 'Gm QI'-uw Page 349 Louis Land, Mrs. Ercelle Jordan. X xgwsilnffg. . Z' 'fx W S l Delta Tau Delta The Delt nomads have finally settled in their new S250,000 mansion. Having occupied such notorious residences as the Phi Gam Tem- porary Tent, Iulia Tutwiler and Abercrombie Halls, and the Harry Gilmer Campus Motel, the Delts are proud to announce the move into our new Delta Shelter. Not only are we of Delta Tau Delta proud of our new house, we also boast of a great year h-ere on the University campus. Three of our brothers were tapped into both Iasons and ODK honoraries, while three others were initiated into Druids, with one of them serving as Vice President. Two other brothers were tapped into freshman scholastic honorary Phi Eta Sigma. In Alabama publications, Delts served as C-W Business Manager, C-W Circulation Manager, Editor of the MAHOUT, COROLLA Greek Editor, and COROLLA Sales Manager. Delts also held the SGA positions of Spirit Chairman and Homecoming Parade Chairman. In other campus activities the Delts captured the football champion- ship, while placing third in the race for the All Sports trophy. During Creek Week activities the Delts won Step Singing and presented the coveted Delt Trophy to Alpha Chi Omega. In alignment with past Delt customs, the Rainbow Formal, Bowery Ball, Champagne Party, and a few "purple passion passoutsf' the Delts continued as a leader in social life. With the new Shelter the Delts promise no deviation from said pattern. OFFICERS' Louis Land President' Leland Burgess, Vice Presi- dent Skip Ames Treasurer Don Mullins Recording Secretary, Seabie Kcnnamer Corresponding Secretary Ames Bain Bedgoocl Bell Berry Blackman Bobbitt Boteler Brewton Burgess Byrne Campbell Casagrande Causey Chambliss Chapman Chenclulf Clements, B. Cocke Coshaft Cumbus Daniel, H. Daniel, T. Dees Denton Estes Grant Groenendyke Groom Hare Hogue Jackson Jaeger Johnson Jones Page 350 Kennamer, Kennamer, Kent LaCoste Land Leclyarcl Liliensfern Logan Mclaney Martin Massey Maxwell Mize Moon Moore Mullins Myrick Newsom Owen Padgett Patton Pipes Raines Schleusner Shook Shull Smith Stevens Stewart Stith Taylor Tillman Troutman Waites Whitfield, Whitfield, R. S. F. R. Sl few -YV , . 5,41 ,QV . -. I 1 , f .V Mn' X Km? You can't catch me in my magic helmet. in Q llii 'Ka Q , K M 9 1 Wiz -it ' , V 4, 4-'V' bf ,cf w 59" , , Uh i I ,ge-..,. X ,f :gpg fn Z A t ,i., f f Vw " " 7 of , ,L , .V Z VMQW ,f x V A gy ,- V' f , . ,lax ' Y, '.- ,t g ti., ,,ZZQ.i , , 'V V ' k jf ,Z -A . V K "" i -' ' , 1 i - ..,, 2 VV ,.,. 2 .,., . V , ' L Q z 1 f V , V. ,' . if ff J fi 4 Step on my foot one more time and "Pow!"-right in the kisser. NOT PICTURED: Carter, Christopher, I. Clements, Davis, Gibson, Iernagan, Krenkel, Lee, Northrop, Per- ryman, Rumsey, Sellers, Simmons, Spivey, Stewart, Sum- mcrford. W'-W ,,,. f I ,V ' 09- "fe f' , gf ff 4 lj.. f , 21 ' " f 'VfV ff gg, 121, E 1 :Nd I1 , sz' ,V K' 21 f , 1 H ww 1. V V-.V V A V . I ,,Wf,,f . f i f , t .,,. A i l t W ,. " N - 9' -2. f f ' pi' , ' f , " fy V , ., f v.. n , f , , - ,, fi a ww- -, ww V, , . ,fd fi, i I ,EVN -,V ,, V, ., f , W , A , A 'I' 'K -. " ., ,.. f "1 K w 2. ' -1:1 Z V , , , ' 1. V ' .2-:F Vp . ,, V ' i M , J f ' ' -.V- .Vw Page 351 Edgar Welden, Mrs. William Penn. ww S Z 2 7 8 'QF- Q 5 X X - W Q LGE 5 - 5 1 'Farsi' Kappa Alpha Kappa Alpha Order was founded in 1865 under the guidance of General Robert E. Lee for the purpose of building a new South. upon the ruins of the old, While serving at the same time to perpetrate the concepts of the ante-bellum South-the ideals of the true Southern gentleman. Kappa Alpha came to the University of Alabama in 1885. Since that time the chapter has made its mark in all activities of campus life. Once a year in the spring, the Confederacy is reborn when the KA,s entertain with the Old South Ball. The outstanding social event of the football season occurs when We have our Rose Formal, and select that symbol of Southern charm and beauty, the KA Rose. These along with numerous other parties keep KA prominent in the social life of the campus. As a part of our perpetration and continuity, We hold forth con- sistently, one of the highest scholastic averages on campus, an active participation in extra-curricular activities, and a warm fellowship which binds together these achievements. Refusing to live in the past, hoWeve1', KA will continue to look to the future, a future which holds forth a promise of success as bright as the future of our University. OFFICERS: Edgar Welden, I, Johnny Falkenberry, II, Keene Reese, III, Rodney Vifindham, IV, Redding Pitt, Vg joe McInnes, VI. Adams Allen Anthony Atchison Barr Beard Burwell Childers Coon Cooper Cravey Davis, B. Davis, T. Deas Elam Ellis Fitzpatrick Falkenberry Fraser Gamble Green Haigler Hardwick Hartzog Hill, C. Hill, L. Hopper Howard Hubbard Jacobs Johnson Jones Page 352 "A-cl-cl-ci-men, a-a-ci-a-men Lamar Leverton Lowery McDowell Mclnnis Melten Patton 'Pitt Think it will reach the Dean's office? NOT PICTURED: Alford, Arant, Bankston, Bashin- sky, Bolin, Douglas, Evans, Fulton, Gilchrist, Halter flare, Hardwick, Hearn, Henderson, Hobson, Leard, Mc: Kinney, Macrine, Norton, Patterson, Petty, Pickett Rains, Ptanier, Rogers, Runkel, Russell, E. Scruggs, XV Scruggs, Stokes, B. Strotlier, Sulzby, Tate, Thomas, XVal- ker, Why, VVelclen, VVyker. 155. Puckett Reese Relfe Ro be rtso n Simcox Sittason Smith, S. Smith, T. Stewart Stokes Sfribling Strother Sullivan Tally Turnipseecl Wheeler Wilson, M. Wilson, W. Windham Voltz Voght Page 353 fit 71 7 .lim Owens, Mrs. Marion Porter. U it 41: Kb? Kappa igma VVhen approaching New Fraternity Row, one spies a new spacious mansion, obviously larger than all the rest, situated on a plain of lus- cious green grass. This is the Universityis new athletic dormitory, and our house is to the left a little farther on. This has been our second year in this lovely home, and we would like to submit a report of our progress toward oblivion. Added: One column for Wade Baxley, Secretary-Treasurer of SGA, Iasons, and ODK. His friends Will be glad to know he has decided to join the ministry. Added: One All Sports Trophy Cdue to 27 forfeits and a lot of effortl. Subtracted: One column for Bill Baxley, past Gotillion Club Presi- dent, who finally graduated and, incidentally, is not joining the ministry. Subtracted: The 24 pledges who won the All Sports Trophy. Next year we plan to add and subtract beyond your wildest dreams. OFFICERS: Jim Owens Grand Master' Bob Smith, Grand Pro- curator' Don Hankins Grand Master of Ceremonies- Bill McElroy, Grand Scribe- Wade Barley Grand Treasurer. .qi :,. uyu, u, Adams Andrews Armstrong Bates Baxley Bitterman Bittner Boykin ,Gifs Campbell Capps Cochran Dennis v,,,,,f Dickert Dodd Dueease Etheredge Fulmer Girtman Halstead Hankins Harper Harte Hope Hopson Howard Hubbard Hutfaker Hutto Jordan Keith Koslow Laney Page 354 Lang Lanier Lord McBrayer McElroy McGouirk McWhorter Mason Mclthison, G ' W Mafhlson, Morris Morion Owens Parsons Patrie Poggi Poole Ray Schultz Smith Sfanard Stokes Stringer Thomas Tucker Vulesko Vickers Vines Waugh Wells Whaley Mrs. J. W. Moreland, Don Smith. mkcpruccm c escg , J xxx l g L 2 .F 045-w5"iQ 5 rage lw X 51 TL ,III V' Mn- H x' . ff :Z if Sf 1'1 ", '- W :llgl 5 'LQ' I f N - WW M 'W E'llamlx:lACl1lAlnlm 3 lambda Chi Alpha This year public opinion has labeled the men of Alpha Phi of Lambda Chi Alpha as being clever, genial, Witty, Wise, brilliant, sparkling, thoughtful, distinguished, celebrated, illustrious scholars and perfect gentlemen. For those of you who are not familiar with our selective band, we have little in common with the other struggling societies in the vicinity. We pride ourselves in dating shy, demure, and taciturn young ladies that personify the typical sorority girl at Alabama. fThat Was a foolish statement, Wasn't it?D Last year we made little progress in shedding our horns, therefore, the entire chapter made the dean's list. We still maintain our philo- sophy, however, that some people are lucky in love, others get married. WVe excelled in our social, political and athletic achievements through- out the year. Our members are strong advocates of Wine, Women and song and find themselves frequently associated with Epicureans. CLook it up. I had to.j This in no Way reflects upon our outstanding scholastic accomplishment. We were rated again among the top twenty-five fraternities on campus. OFFICERS: Don Smith, President, Iimmy Nolen, Vice-President, Fred Dickinson, Secretary, Beason Campbell, Treasurer. Acker Baker Barkley Burricklow Beason Brugge Campbell Crain Dicksen Eggcart Fulkner Graves Harper Harris Herne Jackson Jones Kelley Page 356 Lungner Lively Uvings Mcffurter McCuriey McPherson Neien Plan? SUPP Smith, D. Smith, E. Smith, K. Tempkins Turner Weeds Folsfesf gun in the West-next 'ro "Ringo," Tho? is. Look up, everybody, the Bear is descending again. NOT PICTURED: Coggin, Dickinson, Downey Forman, Garner, Hager, Haney, Ienkins, Loveless, Mo ore, Price, Books, Ross, I. Smith, M. Smith. Page 357 Mrs. Katherine Leggitte, Allen R. Hill. 'T' 'HHA AH' so it 'fs Phi Delta Theta Alabama Alpha of Phi Delta Theta was originally the sixth fraternity on the University campus, and received its national charter on Octo- ber 17, 1877. A University ban on all fraternities caused the chapter to run SUB ROSA until 1883. Meetings were then allowed and were held in Woods Hall, and later in Philornathic Hall. The members began a search for a more suitable chapter hall in 1905. The Pelham Brown lot on University Avenue was purchased and within three years the Phi Delta Theta House was constructed. It is now occupied by Leapard's Interiors. In 1920, a chapter house was built on our present lot and stood until the fire in 1957. Phi Delta Theta has seen as many consecutive years of service as any fraternity at the University. During its eighty-seven years of exist- ence, the chapter has enjoyed steady growth, initiating to date 996 members. OFFICERS: Allen R. Hill, President, George T. Lane, Vice-Presi- dent, Edwin P. Scherer, Secretary, Malcolm P. Smith, Treasurer. Blythe Cain Darden Davis Frazer Hannah Hays Henderson Hill Hubbard Jamison Lane Lassiter Lynch Martin Page 358 ffx Miller Nell Noegel Opper PoHs Robinson Scherer Snew Spencer Sfclndord Thacker Tobinson Williams Young, E. Young, W. Roof, hciwg, or die! These off-compus parties cure becoming o habit. NOT PICTURED: Ball, Brooker, I. Brooks, W. Brooks, Calhoun, Coleman, Debuys, Harris, Helton, Jennings, Lamar, McCrary, McCilvary, B. Mancuso, T. Mancuso, Mimms, Pankey, Powers, Shackelford, Smith, Speake, Spencer, C-. Stanarcl, Swink, Swope, VVeatl1erford, Young. Page 359 Mrs. Rose Lurie, Steve Weinstein. Q1 if KP SKK ' Quad Phi Epsilon Pi VV e at Kappa Pi Chapter of Phi Epsilon Pi, with the addition of a brand new house and the largest pledge class in several years, have taken another big step in our new "forward look." From athletics to politics to scholarship our fraternity ranks among the top on campus. Last year Phi Eps were elected to such offices as Secretary-Treasurer of the Commerce School, Vice President of junior IFC, and Treasurer of IFC. Last semester we were second on campus scholastically. Athletically, things are looking bright, too, We have a fine crop of freshmen to complement a good returning nucleus, and Phi Ep teams are really on the upswing. From Mardi Cras to Ice Marcello to Founders, Day, we have the finest parties on campus with some of the best anamei' bands in the country. The return of our wonderful housemother, Mrs. Rose Lurie, adds the crowning touchi to our fraternity. Aunt Roses warmness and friend- liness makes our house a home. All in all, this year promises to be one of the greatest in our history, with a bright future ahead. OFFICERS: Steve WVeinstein, Presidentg David Sher, Vice Presi- dent, Jack Hasson, Corresponding Secretary, Steve Doblin, Treasurer. Alfmann Boclner Capeloto Cotton Doblin Ernstein Goldstein Harwood Hasson Herman Hirsch Howard Jaslow Katz Koplon Lischkoff Olim Savifsky Page 360 Guess what, pleclges. We octives fixed supper for you ionighi. Schneider Solomon Sher Sheridan Shumaker Sfaff Touber Townsend Van Zamft Weinsiein, Weinsfein, Weinstein, Weinstein, Wilder Zivifz A. B. J. , L. Yeoh. Lonnie Folk left it here. NOT PICTURED: Blitz, Capouano, Cohen, Fried man, Iaffe, Sclmeider, Singer, Stern, Webe1', Wime1'. Page 361 if? gys - Scears Barnes, Jr. Phi Gamma Delta Phi Gamma Delta, as the second oldest fraternity on the University campus, still manifests the spirit of excellence that our founding fathers instilled 110 years ago. We point with pride to our outstanding alumni who claim Theta as home. Chief Iustice Ed Livingston, Dr. I. H. Newman, Executive Vice President of the U of A, and Fed- eral judge W. P. Cewin are only a few. The present men of Theta also carry the march of excellence for- ward in varied aspects of campus life. We boast the President of A 81 S, Warren Arrasmith, Secretary of IFC, Mort jordan, Bill Thomas, Presi- dent of Rho Alpha Tau, Senator Jim Reddoch. of the School of Com- merce, and Norman Blaylock, Editor of COMMENT. Our diversified program places great emphasis on scholarship. We ranked third in the race for the All Sports Trophy, capturing four individual championships. Socially, we have no equal. Our Christmas party, Roaring Twenties, and our legendary Fiji Island party are the highlights of our year. OFFICERS: W. Scears Barnes, President, Warren Arrasmith, Treasurer, Edward Cain, Recording Secretary, William Hines, Ir., Corresponding Secretary. QQ? Arrasmifh Austin Barnes Bennett Blaylock Breadfeef Brown Caclclis Cain Carmichael Fisher Ford Freeman, P. Freeman, R. Hall, E. Hall, R. Harrison ' Hines Howle Kelley Kershaw Page 362 Klein Lichfman Livingston Long Moore Park Pelrey Pounds Propst Reddoch Rinks Russell Schilleci Sides Sfeedmnn Sullivan Thomas Wolfson Weed White, G. White, S. Wuriele Give 'them back To The Sigma Nus. Look shcirp, fellas, we may get into the game yet. NOT PICTURED: Campbell, Finn, Graham, Jordan, Knight, Ogburn, Riser, Shelton, Slaughter, Wood. Mbfx wmv W? in--" Page 363 Mrs. Lucye French, Jim Willingham. I5 AEQuus WRAND0 I , , Phi Kappa Sigma Phi Kappa Sigma devotes this page to a moment of silence, in the belief that the reader will find it restful imidst the morass of meaning- less mish-mash to be found on the preceding and following pages of this section. OFFICERS: lim Willingham, Presidentg Mort Caldwell, Vice Pre- sidentg Leonard Lampkin, Corresponding Secretaryg Mike Baiford, Treasurerg Martin Williams, Pledge Trainer. Adams Allen Armstrong Barrett Berry Brown Caldwell Carlile Childers Crysel Dobbs Duke Dunaway Dunlap Dykes Enslen Farmer Fitzsimmons Garrett Goclbolcl Gourley Gunter Hacker Hall Hamilton Harrison, G. Harrison, T. Hiebel Hundley Jackson .laffy Jehle Page 364 Where To-The parking lot or Woods Hall? .lones Judd Kimbrough Kwafer Lampkin McKinnon McMillan McMinn Mahan Mashbu rn Meredith Metfs Miller Mitchell Moyer Owens Phillips Raiford Rentz Riley Roberis Sealy Shiver Sfarkey Starling l Personally, I prefer Mozart. NOT PICTURED: Branyon, Davis, Estes, Horn Hust, Kittrell, MCI-Iugh, Smith, Strawbridge. Stevens Thacker Tucker Whife Williams Willingham Wingard Page 365 Mrs. Sciclie Ritch, Lee Woolf. X 1 L KAPP W Phi Kappa Psi Greetings from the third floor of the Phi Kappa Psi House! What a year it Was. VV e came back a Week late for rush, but conned the Delta Chfs pledges into altering their course of destruction. Among the highlights of the year was our pledge swap with the Daughters of the American Revolution. Distinguished guestsg included Ringo Starr, Rin Tin Tin, the Second World War Qvvith the original castj, and the delivery boy from the Corner Drug Store. Once again our location behind the Administration Building proved to be an invaluable asset. When their plumbing broke down, contrary to some vicious rumors started by the Beta,s We did not make them use the outside facilities. Once again the Phi Psi's took the lead in intramural sports. Our in- tramural underwater basketweaving squad Went down in defeat only after the Chi Phiis stole that trophy also from the intramural office. Honors? Yes, tvvo ODK,s, a Who's Who, Sportsmanship Trophy . . . GFFICERS: Lee Woolf, Presidentg lim Adams, Vice Presidentg Pat Finley, Secretary, Tommy Clyce, Treasurer, Tryon Hubbard, Rush Chairman. .46--'Q' Burftrcm G I ghtly Page 366 N Howell Hubbard Kiker Nagle Owens Pardue Rollins Russell Smith Taylor Williams What do you mean I ccln'T sit clown? NOT PICTURED: Banks, Boozer, Clyce, Garrett, King, Loentul McKenna, McMullin, Mahan, Newman Ancl before we even got to the woods, she had . . . Sjekicl-Sky, Tefl-y, XMMSOH, Xyoolf, l Page 367 Hoyt Childs, Jr., Miss Mabel Foley. ,C -QM lfllfff , 1 its l l Phi Sigma Kappa Phi Sigma Kappa is having a great year here at the Capstone. Omicron Deuteron Chapter started this, its fortieth year on the Ala- bama campus, with a highly illustrious pledge class. We immediately sent these fine souls to represent us in several campus activities, but unfortunately half of them were sent back with a note saying, "Don't call us . . . we'll call youli' and the other half got lost While crossing University Avenue. In the athletic field We are holding our own. We believe in, the old saying: KIf you canit be an athlete, you can at least be an athletic supporter!" One of our pledges, jim Nasium, is an outstanding bas- ketball player, While Charlie Patterson is famous for his dribble. Our social life is highlighted by our FAM,s QFriday Afternoon Mix- ersl with such illustrious groups as the Alabama League of Unvved Mothers, the WCTU, the NAACP, Mother Hubbard's Home for the Criminally Insane, and Tuscaloosa High School. Phi Sig's even study occasionally. Led by such stalwarts as Herman four most famous BOOKWOBMD and Claude "Two Pointi' Peavy, we are a definite threat to set new academic records. We leave you with a cordial invitation to come by and meet the Phantom, but hurry, before he goes back home to Abandal OFFICERS: Hoyt Childs, lr., President, Bob Street, Vice Presi- clcntg Ronnie Parnell, Secretary, Tom Elder, Treasurer, Carey Skinner, Pledge Master. wiv Childs Garrison Genzalez Herne Milazze Parnell Pattersen Page 368 Pearce Peursen Plunkett Rice Scurbrough Sirubel Sullivan TiPPY Treaclwell White Williams Our new six-man privy under constru ction. NOT PICTURED: Bruchac, Cleokler, Dooley, Grow, Hardiejowski, I-Iipps, Morton, Peavy, Pillion, Reed, Skin- No grades .... no money .... no dates. ner, Spivey, Street. . --" er " ' ,, w X f 1 if 1 , f ' M .- . ' f"' 4 1 .- f' ' 4 1 WK, , ,ff " ' 2 . A A , . 'W' ' , ' 1 ..,. , ' , 5' ' K - , ,...,. , if . , .4 It: j, r, F323 ,,,, A ,,,1ji. . .,.,,,,e . .. N, f " . fi Page 369 Mrs. Josephine Cook, Jimmy Wakefield. '-Q were r 9 S Belt .1 -ass Q Pi Kappa Alpha Gamma Alpha Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the Uni- versity of Alabama in 1924 by Senator john Sparkman and several other under-graduates devoted to the ideals fostered by six young Virginia gentlemen in the dark Reconstruction days of 1868. Pi Kappa Alpha has steadily advanced to a position of prominence here at the University while witnessing a similar rise on the national level. It is our intention and our belief that PiKA will continue to thrive, both locally and nationally. With renewed vitality gained by the initiation of Alabama's finest pledge class of 1963, Gamma Alpha expects to participate in one of the landmark events of our forty years on campus-the opening of our home on New Fraternity Row in late December. In the new home PiKA will continue to strive toward the fullest possible mental, social, moral, and physical development of our young men through a great diversity of activities. In addition to frequent appearances at Bama's best sorority houses, Pikes are: Chairman of the Concert-Lecture Committee, Chairman of the Senate Campus Activities Committee, Chairman of Auburn- Alabama Day, and Vice Chairman of Homecoming. Additionally, Pi- KA is an active participant in IFC, Druids, Rho Alpha Tau, and the intramural sports program. As we view our past with pride, we look to the future with confidence. OFFICERS: lim Wakefield, President, Bill Stokes, Vice President, Mike Kent, Secretary, lVayne Malone, Treasurer, Avery Sloan, House Manager. Q, X Burnett gaze Batchelor Box Burgess Ccdell, H. Cnclell, J. Christoin k 1 1 Coch ran Convey Davis Douglass Dow Frederickson Gcxulden Green Greer Horington Hayden Kent Lindsey Little Page 370 lt's getting deep. 2f"f21ffif 'iugiy r - Now we'll be oble 'ro lecun against The woll. NOT PICTURED: Clark, Drennen, Gaines, Hall Henderson, labour, Jones, Loveman, Major, Malone May, Muir, North, Osborne, Price, M. Price, Rayburn Sharpton, Short, Stewart, Terrell, VVilliams, Wing, Wisnel' Macon McMasfers Mayhall Mollison Murrell Owens Payne Peovy Piffman Ruben Rofcliffe Rives Sanders Self Shew Sloan Stevens Stokes Taylor Terrell Wakefield Yuies York Page 371 7 a P Steve Trimmier, Mrs. Lois Copeland. W- X -,gf Z,.,',,e, :Q yt' ' Mi f fi . ' ff 15 7 Q! , I ,M Z 1 . X, -. . . Q 2 , - -X - A 5 1.-,J f ' 1 4 yf 2 fan, ,,, 4? 1 f , , 5 f f f f l A , I ' f X' flaw f ,,. I " 7 Pi Kappa Phi As everyone knows, or should know, we claim the largest pledge class on campus Q42 to be exactj. To answer accusations and to dispell any doubt about our rush: we did not bid everyone who came through this fall. In fact, we didn't rush a single girl Qthey were all marriedj. We like to attribute our success in all areas to the overall sharpness of our brothers, but since we are the only ones who think so, we can't. The new house probably had something to do withi it. It might have given the brothers a sho-t in the arm. In any case, we tackled this year with a new spirit and a new house. We lack not in campus leaders. This year we claim the Director of Student Spirit, Chairman of the Miss Venus Contest, Solicitor General of the Student Court fSummer Schoolj, and Publicity Chairman of the Cotillion Club. With membership in the Creek Week Coordinat- ing Committee, the SGA Executive Cabinet, and a Bryceis baker, we can't go wrong. Under a driving new sports program, backed by the animal faction, we participated in intramural athletics. As they say, "IFS not whether you win or lose, but how yo-u play the game? We did manage, how- ever, to make the play-offs in both the varsity and "BD team football. All in all, itis been a great year, so from our battle stauons on New Fraternity Row, we bid you, 'iAdieul,' until the next time. We love you WV. B.-wherever you are. OFFICERS: Steve Trimmier, Archon, Iohn Bennett, Treasurer, Ro- bin Hood, Secretary, Tommy Stowe, Warden, Danny Cleckler, His- toiian. f . 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A ,, .. , , , ", ' gi f , f . , , 1 "" f .. if , 3 , . i,t, F , F s. is if f kf,.. , , .", - 1 , f f 1 F , ssri 1 r Ai' ' "2 ' fa , ,, jlif is l t" ' 'iff' 'fi' ,f , ' ' 'fi a Q -, ,, ' ' 'I' ' ' 'V ,.,.-- 1-r j! 1 SI , 1 -V . in A it p J, n . " ,:' r :v, , .. . V N 'I . V 7 ' A -X f , A 4 ' ' y i- ,g 11,1 A .X . lfk , ' 'L MQ' Page 372 i Ri . W P? ", i Adams Adkins Allen Ashbee Benefield Boswell, D. Boswell, J. Bounds Burke Cardwell Casey Clarke Cleckler Coker Contri Davidson Davis, J. Davis, S. Deitz Dobbs Felton Fletcher Gannon Grimes Hawes Hill lnman Johnson, Johnson, Jones, M. A F. Jones, W. Kel ly Kerr King, F. King, J. King, N. Marsh Martin Matthews McMullin Thot 'HM:glic5il: popermill smell permeates everything. Messina , Mitchell i , H Montgomery E .. it 1 Morgan I , - 5 Owings ,. , Paddock ' :,,i ::--" ' 5 -.:' H ll l - 2 Moore ' - K 6 X 'W lg: .. N , Pate X ' ,V J , -, Phillips i 9 Powell 2 ..,. 5 5 -if , ' Presley L ff fx' E A i , 1 1 4 5 . ff f . , , ,Q Rees 'A ' "1 my l Reeves ' C " 'Q I , , R d i, f o gers , wi ,V V Stowe V , V Schroeder f f ,y Ig . . f ..,, , :J 52,1-V , ,, Sieklersky , We w 4 , f- i Smith, S. , 4 A Q , if ay.- . , ,M ,f ,W z :ex , we Splceland ' f 7 f, , , gs iw, 2 Q W' 'H-of , wi 1 K 1 X ffm. I kwa iw f gf - , , f , X f N ' X7 f S W if ' ' ' A L V. A ,rig - i 6 1, ,. v3',.,,,ii- ' W ' 4 - , xfxw 2 Wwfkf- ,J -M-., " ' f ' -t""' U ifewgy ' i, . ' H -1- 1" ,V,,-,wmfi 5 ,I , K I, , ffwggwr e i f, V- 161- fi M1 ,, ,J ,W W M r , V I , Q r f f,w'2f 'f.f 'f' N -.--,- I- if lf' ' l , ' - I J -vm.,Zm?21! . ' , - at WM5.,fg'ffg AQ - ' P ' elifw' I -,:4445:-wty iufi in i W ,-M y M er i' r ' Insecurity is o roommate with cz new razor. NOT PICTURED: Bennett, Boatwright, Callahan, Cox, Dupree, Elsevier, Ceer, Grogan, Hoocl, B. Hughes, M. Hughes, Montiel, Mount, Scherf, Turner. , 4 W was, 15 f' ,ss X A f 0 5 1 V 1 ' QL sf i f , Q Q 9 K W1 , f f an i.,Mm,,, u m,,A 3 X fs 4 f 4 ff ff .. , V ' , if , , X , 1 r 1 '4 K QW fr , Mr 4 , ' , .s., ,.,:..,1"zw, Taylor ' , I Te""Yf E- f ' ' ff " f , r V ' 4 f 7 rf ' ', f h i s" 5. f fi , , ' i . ff 3' TQVVYI l-- -1 'fr f ff , , V ' ff l , , . . Q KW ' i Trimmier , g l , Tw-ff Y W , ,' f f iiufivi, ,, ' S M X 0 , . Underwood y K , .A A if , if 49 I H -' ' Vance , 1 ' 4' ' ' I 3 7 eq ky 5 , - xyyymyf , f A ' V , -:, 1. ' ,wi , Hg-w,.,g - new ,ff f ,V 4 yi f " ' Vencxble ' ' ' " , ' ' ' ' f.-- , . , ,I H , f, ' ,ig . V, ,L, .f,i7,'y,by,,V . if ' X55 ff ,fy , , , 4 , Weaver ' ' 'I f -V f 0 r H 00 uf 1 ,, nf '-wg . 12,41 we Aft ' , ff' ff Westbrook -1 f'7x fj 5' M lj f X ' ' . ff - V , ' , JZ,-1" fi ? Q fi ' ','j'f?' -'zffifffwg i 133 , , "W V While J f f ql f i, ,ffjfk A fx-f fmt , 555 ,L ye jf Wilkes ' l ' fi . ' fi ' f ' A 5 it ' , r"' 1 P ' i Page 373 N Q We ' , ,MN if W I f 1 's Q 7 f ,gf s. ,g Q., ' W it yy I , 1, X 1 , f 14. I f C' 419'-W f f M41 4' f , f 4' i ,i r P , fixes- Al ' I X 4 , , ft ff l f 4 K Z 6 M if , M , X W?9 , l ,4 f , ,, I f I fffff ! ,V X , L ,Z ' Q fer :K ' , ..,. " I I - , ':"'L5i.'- .nj , . ,v 1 , ' " if 2 2 K ' ' ' ,g 'f i -A igma Alpha Epsilon Alabama Mu of Sigma Alpha Epsilon is proud to be a part of the historical background of the University of Alabama. SAE Was founded here twenty-five years after the establishment of the University. We hold the distinction of being the only one of the major national fra- ternities founded in the Deep South. Since that time SAE has grown with the University of Alabama to become the most prominent fra- ternity both on this campus and in the nation as Well. Alabama Mu, continuing in its role of leadership, held one of the highest scholastic averages on this campus last year. We Were, as always, active in all phases of extra-curricular activities, excelling in sports and participating in student government, as Well as being re- presented in many honorary organizations. Sigma Alpha Epsilon both nationally and locally intends to main- tain its high standards of mental, social, physical, and moral develop- ment. We maintain here at Alabama Mu that a fraternity is far more than merely a social club, but rather an institution which must provide leadership in preparing the college man to better meet life outside this university. This we consider our foremost objective and intend in this Way to make the coming year one of vast accomplishment and continued initiative. OFF ICERS: Iimmy Cannon, President, Pete Givhan, Vice-President, Reid Lawson, Treasurer, George VVallace johnson, House Manager. Anders Bcigby Bcurfen Benners Bickley 3 "" K ,V Boswell JUN 2... " as . aw f af- va, 1 A M-if gf. V. .. ,. fb " 5 Branch Brooke Can non, J. X Cannon, W. Cobb ,yuan ! Christian Coleman Cooper Crump Dailey Dowling Evins Ezell Ferris ' Gee Gifford Gill Godin Page 374 Flffk 'X - W we K , Do you have C1 reservation, sir? Goings, H. W. Gordon Griggs Hixon Jacobs Johnson Q ".- Q., 1 1 if X il ls V. 4 uv,-,w.'g-'I' u sp: - B. f ' fs, M 1 531' if 4 65,3 ef , M sive Y y ku , fi' Lf' f Clean-cut American youth. NOT PICTURED: Binder, Boswell, Brown, Cannon Chiles, Day, Fay, Givhian, Goings, Hagler, Holmes, Hughey, H. Johnston, R. Iohnston, Kendall, Kendrick I. Lanier, P. Lanier, Lawson, Newell, Owens, Quarles, Buy, Roberts, Robinson, Smith, Staunch, Stewait Thompson, liVhite, Wilson. Johnson Jones Kennedy McDonald McGehee McTyeire Meade Miller Miree Mullins Poynor Phelan Renneker Savage Sawyer Sim-mons Sfanberry Sfewarf Treas Wilder Page 375 , .1 ,J ,. .,, ls , . .N .3 444 if f j I K yn , , if " f Q f 1 1 B f X S! I f f'.'f Jimmy Massey, Mrs. Earline Lynne. 212 x I' K' ri 5 WLM iffuf Pl f S 'lf HOC XIWXCY. -WGN0 .,,, .,.k . A , , 4 ' -fa g A X QW' , , f x Z of f f , X g 5 , f f f a f f f X!! ff , ra! fm f f S 449 A . f -1. . . if Mr""i 4- S315 Q, "N I r yx . , y fy 5 ' I f f igma Chi 1 Last year Iota Iota Chapter of Sigma Chi had one of its finest years at Alabama since its founding in 1876. VV e were second in scholarship for the first semester which is definitely a record of which to be proud. In athletics we won several trophies for the year, includ- ing the swimming, basketball, and track first place trophies. We racked up over ten new trophies for the year-a record beaten only once and that was the previous year. This year we have much to live up to, but with the great potential in our pledge class, our achievements may be even greater. The annual Sigma Chi Derby is always a big success. We have given an all-out effort to see that the next Derby will be even bigger and better than the ones before. However, this may prove rather dif- ficult, since we broke all attendance, participation, and performance records on Derby Day, 1964. But just watch us, 'cause the Sigs are on the move. Speaking of moving, the new chapter house is finally on its way. VV e plan to begin construction sometime this spring and hope to have it ready by the fall of 1965. Sigma Chi strives to create an atmosphere in which college men can develop mentally, socially, physically, and morally. In this way we try to develop well-rounded college men who can accept the chal- lenges of the world with confidence and a deep sense of responsi- bility. We do not say that we are the best fraternity, but we like to say that there is none better. OFFICERS: James Massey, President, Lynwood Smith, Ir., Vice Presidentg Robert Thompson, Secretary, VVilliam Tate, Ir., Treasurer. if it 5 .g R '-15 4? f 1 vt 4 r 4. V, , A , , f ? C K kv , Q S 9 WZ, , my t t , ., X Q if 411' 4 Q , ., . ..- as-0 'lbw' I 'Q ..i' V as AN. , X ,. .4 mg 2 4 x 1 an X A X, s i f X fy Q f s W K 'P X Y Y , f I .-.. Q ga- ,. Page 376 Adams Akridge Afiaway Bedsole Boone Carr Cooper Crawford Davies Dobbs Donald Dormen Ferrell George Geren Guthrie Hamilton Ho rlin Harris Hatch Hess Holter Holter Kane Kane Kimbrough Knowles Lacey Levy Lewis Lyle Mclachrine Miller Mitchell Morgan Patton Posey Powell Power Rich Roberts Rummel Smith, C. Smith, G. Smith, R. Smith, W. Sneecl Tate Taylor Thompson Thompson Tyler Waitt Wood l Mary .lo is stunning in her crown, cross trophy and white denim gown. ,,.- il , . 3 I M idi wa s '99 SME Q7 W 7 -3 ww -1 yxw? Only 7,362 more biscuits to make. NOT PICTURED: Blake, Boren, Chester, Cleveland, Cook, Curry, DeAngelo, Edwards, Elliot, Fowler, Hola- day, johnson, King, R. Knowles, Lavender, Lowe, Mas- sey, Melaclirino, Morris, Parr, Phillios, Pierce, Studdard Titus, Wfalton, lVilliams, Peacock. ., We ,Z .3 f J I I fp, , , . ,, - it 14 xi? 401 y f Q 9 f ,, 1 4 6 7 'Q 1 " f ,ls , .. f ' ,. K , e, N 1 A , L 9' H 4' .. me . A i," L S Page 377 Mrs. Mary Davis, Judson Colley. 'W 522. W - -55 s a On the night of january 1, 1869, three cadets from Virgima Mili- tary Institute stood in the moonlight with hands clasped in brother- hood on a limestone outcropping near the battle-scarred campus. These were the founders of Sigma Nu Fraternity: James Frank Hopkins, Greenfield Quarles, and Iames Mcllvaine Riley. Veterans of the Con- federate Army, they founded a fraternity, not a club, for men. not for boys, based on VMYS guiding light-the principle of Honor. Since that night, Sigma Nu has spread out of Virginia, out of the Southland, across the nation, and h-as crossed international boundaries. She now has one hundred thirty-two chapters with a membership of over ninety thousand living brothers. Five years after the three stood on the rock, Theta Chapter at the University of Alabama Was founded. The same principle of honor had been instilled in the cadets at the University, and thus, Sigma Nu at Alabama began a course of continuous existence which has lasted ninety years Qsomething which no other fraternity can boastl. We count among our ranks distinguished statesmen, prominent businessmen, noted celebrities, great educators, Well-known authors, and outstanding athletes. Our World of today has seen many changes, both in customs and ideals, but Sigma Nu still clings to its age-old traditions of honor and integrity. OF FICERS: B. Judson Colley Commander, William L. Lee, Lt. Commander- Michael Pr. Howell Recorder- Edward M. Glenn, Treas- urer. Armstrong Blakeney Blakey Brown Bryant Burnett Burns Calender Carleton Coleman Colley Crowe Cureton Dennisfon Diamond Dick Glenn Harrison Hewes Hoclnefie H999 Howell Hurst Hynson Keller Lanham Lee Long Page 378 McCormick Merritt Miller Mitchell Moody Moore Overton Parker Patton Peebles Phillips Philpot Powell Register Richardson Seifert Sellers Selman Shostrom Strain Thomas Thrower Vardaman Wayne Yeargan 1 "Super-Nu is I will not look. l'm embarrassed. NOT PICTURED: Blackmon, Collins Cureton, Cul tis, Gillis, Hartley, Hollis, F. McRae I McRae Pailxei Partridge, Plummer, Sawyer, Sunclgien VV1nga1d, 0 lins, Stritginger. bw- WW aa...N Page 379 Pat Meyer, Mrs. E. M. Dunccm. XXNX ff if igma Phi Epsilon Sigma Phi Epsilon, founded in 1901 at Richmond College, is the second largest social fraternity in the world. Alabama Beta was found- ed on this campus in 1927, and has grown yearly through selective membership. Sigma Phi Epsilon stresses the importance of personal and fraternity scholarship, and service to the University and the fraternity system. VVe feel that through brotherhood we contribute greatly to the development of a well-rounded college man. Socially, the SPE parties, such as the SCO to Hell" party and "Ter- rible Tina" party, are always among the favorites on campus. Scho- lastically, we have something new, a scholastic review board which will help actives and pledges in their weaker subjects and keep our scho- lastic standing high. We claim members in the SGA Legislature, Bama Day committee, and SGA Bulletin staff. Experienced actives and big new recruits from our pledge class give us confidence that this year will be our best ever athletically. The selective brotherhood of Sigma Phi Epsilon looks forward to one of the best years in its history. OFFICERS: Pat Meyer, President, Bob Peck, Vice President, john Whitley, Treasurer, Rusty Yarbrough, Secretary, Harry Edgar, Record- er. Abele Anderson Berndt Block Bowlin Brettel Ccxmbell Casey Doughty Echols Edgar Edward Engle Faricloih Farbrough Graves Green Jenkins Page 380 The question is: What did Little Red Riding-Hood find in Grc1nclmother's bed? X8 But we soy it with c smile. NOT PICTURED: Batson, Campbell, Clements, Du- ran, Fambrougli, Farr, Cudgen, Hanson, Robertson. King Meyer O'Donnell Peck Peck Poole Pierson Powell Ray Sigler Sorrells Stockarcl Tunstall Walclrop Whitley Yarbrough Yeuckle Page 38l David Green, Mrs. Brown Johnson. HSM ai afsdwta' Theta Chi What do Avis-Rent-A-Car and Theta Chi have in common? A hell of a lot of ambition! "VVhen you're not number one, you've got to try harder . . . " Along about rush week two years ago things looked mighty bleak. There were less than twenty actives rushingg we were on the bottom of the heap seholastically Q25th out of 25l5 our social program consist- ed of only a mimeographed sheetg and our alums didnit even know we existed. Then came a regime of new ideas, programs, policies, resolu- tions. With it came lots of hiard work. CA little heat from National helpedlj Now we have a good QPA Qthat is still risingj, a new crop of campus leaders CAssociate and Copy Editors of the COROLLA, chairman of the Homecoming Committee, Phi Beta Kappas, ETC., AD NAUSEUMD, a seventy-eight man chapter Q still growing-no- body's graduatingj, and we even date GIRLS! But whois getting complacent? WE certainly aren't. We're not going to make the implication that Theta Chi is the top fraternity at the Capstone Cas some groups have been known to do in this sectionj. We just say that some day soon .... In the meantime we are striving for excellent grades, corraling great pledge classes, developing a meaningful brotherhood, and extracting every cent possible from the good ol, alums, while ever observing the watchwords of Theta Chi and Avis: "VVe tiy harderlv OFFICERS: David Green, Presidentg Cordon Cary, Vice Presi- dent, Stan Colden, Secretary, jimmy Farrow, Treasurer, Don Tray- Wick, Pledge Marshal. Alexander Alsbrooks Anderson Baath Barefleld Bates Bonner Bragan Briggs Burt Cassell Chrisfain, C. Christain, T. Clardy Clinton Compton Cook Cowden Crabtree Crum Dewberry Eagar Edmondson Farrow Fleming Gardner Gary Givhan Golden Graham Green Gresham Page 382 lf the foocl committee doesn't function soon, we may be driven to clo something rash. He's a good pet-he eats nothing but apples and he keeps the rooches away NCT PICTUBED: England, Fletcher, Fryer, Gary, Hilyer, Morris, Parker, Phifer, Ray, Reed, Thigpen, Vick. Grimsley Johnson Jordan Junkin RNA Keller Kenair Lewis Lynn McCullur Park Pritchett Pyle Ray Renice Ross Rossman Seule Segars Shields Slusher Smithson Stout Ticheli Troywick Walker Watts Webb Wood Wynn Page 383 Mrs. Chris'rine'Cc1rnes, Walter Posey. .wx ' sms - ' - 1A fl ' 131 Y'.l 1 Nl 1 I 11 1- 'V s- ii, ' fl, 'Q 'ia livin GE? I 4' Theta Xi Due to a malfunction in the University's IBM computer, the Alpha Lambda chapter ended up in first place on the scholarship list. If thatis not funny, this is: Our pledges had a 20+ average to take first place on the pledge scholarship list. Somebody up there loves us! Our LSU victory party, held in the Thomas jefferson Hotel in Birmingham, was a gigantic success. It was the first time Slim Harpo played for us since our '61 formal. The 17-9 victory by the :j:j:l Crimson Tide inspired us all with the victory spirits, which flowed freely. Forty-eight thousand fans at Homecoming were treated to the sight of our elephant stuffing the Florida gator down the chimney of our house, which is located conveniently on the minus ten-yard line of Denny Stadium. Yes, Weill miss this old house next year when we move into our new lim WValter tent on University Avenue. OFFICERS: Wfalter Posey, President, Buddy Biancuzzo, Vice-Pre- sident, Bob Fowler, Treasurer, Lee Morrison, Corresponding Secre- tary, jeff Thompson, House Manager, Muggs Mullin, Steward. Briggs Callaway Hildreth , Joyce Libbers Mahan Muloy McArdIe Page 384 McCausland Moman Mullin Phillips Sanclwall Slssen Wiesman Literit pledges spell signs right This year. , Careful! Tl'1aT's where the holes are covered with canvas. NOT PICTURED: Alexander, Beason, Biancuzzo Busolo, Chancler, Fowler, Hagler, C. Hanis, I. Harris Hodge, Koslow, McGraw, Mizell, Morrison, Noble Posey, Ray, Reeves, Springer, Suicklancl, Taylor, Thomp som, Virciglio. M-.,,,,, Page 385 Mrs. Robert Smith, Ivan Goldner. fllll is :Ah Q an F1 df I I 5 :Qu l I Q1 l'lN :xii W BT gf?-2 1 1' 1893 Zeta Beta Tau Psi Chapter of Zeta Beta Tau is looking forward to another great year. While winning the Scholarship Trophy for the year 1963-64, we also have many boys out on campus. Busty Coldsmith is in both Iasons and ODK, and he is presently serving as President of Jasons. Alan Shaw is also a member of both ODK and Jasons. Eddie Leitman is a past member of Iasons and now he is President of ODK. Larry Blum- berg and Dickie Feldman are officers in the School of Arts Sz Sciences, Larry serves in the Senate, while Dickie is Secretary-Treasurer. Al Rose holds the office of Assistant Advertising Manager of the CRIM- SON-WHITE, and David Bockel is the Advertising Manager of the MA- HOUT. Finally on our long list, Michael Aarons is Solicitor-General of the Student Court, and Fred Feinberg is a member of the varsity tennis team. Athletically, we had a very successful year. Even though our foot- ball and basketball teams dicln't have top honors, our softball and swimming teams made it to the finals. Our tennis and bowling teams also had very impressive records. We have many exciting weekends planned for the year. Besides our football parties, we will have our annual Homecoming, Winter Formal, and our Roaring Twenties Party. Weire sure they will be a big success once again. OFFICERS: Ivan Coldner, President, Larry Blumberg, Vice Presi- dent, lack Spiegelman, Secretary, Elliot Marcus, Treasurer, Harry Bayer, Historian. Aarons Abroms Auerbach Boyer Blafzer Block Blumberg Bockel Briskman Davidew Eisenburg Feldman Frank Frohsin Goldner, I. Goldner, M. Goldsmith, L. Goldsmith, M. L. Goldstein, M. l. Grishman Jacobs Kamenshine Kohn Kushner Page 386 Hey, Moose! Come on Moose! Landau Lasner Leifman Levin Lilienfhal Marcus, E. Marcus, N. Michaelson Ruskin Reinsiein Rose Rosenlalum Weve got to go! ! ' -1 fi i . 'Uv 6- 'ft- Raseman Rund Scheuer Schreibman Schreibman Shaw Sims Sokol Sokol Spiegelman Toronto Zweig Swung a little early That Time. NOT PICTURED: Anhalt, Beringer, Buckman, M. Cohen, R. Cohen, F einberg, Friend, Frielander, Good- win, Gordon, Greenberg, Kraselsky, Prose-nberger, Sa- bel, Zivitz. Page 387 , 1,f' I Mortar Board OFFICERS President ...,.....,., ..,.,.,...,..,,...,. ....,.,,,..,.A. J a ne O,NeaI Vice President Secretary ....,,... Treasurer ..... Historian ...... Editor ..,..., Carolyn Annstrong Judith Haywood Mary Ann Morthland Carol WVilder Susan Wiley Membership in Mortar Board is the highest honor that can come to a senior woman. Presently 109 chap- ters have been established across the United States, each having a maximum of 25 members. Senior women are selected on the basis of excellence in each of the fields of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. At the beginning of second semester, Mortar Board sponsors a "Smarty Party" for all women students having a 'SBD average or above. The largest project is the traditional sale of mums and boutonnieres at Homecom- ing. Proceeds from this sale are presented as scholarships to deserving women students. The zenith of an eventful and meaningful year in Mortar Board comes in the spring on Honors Day. At this time, on the mound of the University quadrangle, Mortar Board taps a select group of junior women as the following yearis members. MEMBERS Jamey Anderson, Carolyn Armstrong, Io Ann Boozer, Frances Ellis, Ann Foster, Susan Harris, Judith Haywood, Donna Holder, Margherita Iones, Ann Lawson, Frances Mitchell, Becky Moore, Mary Ann Morthland, Martha Nabors, Jane O'Neal, Bobbie P-enson, Ian's Rogers, jane Seymour, Mary john Smith, Bettye Vines, Carol Wfilder, Susan Wfiley, Carol Yudelson. FIRST ROW CLeft to Rightjz Susan Wiley, Mary Ann Morthlancl, Jane O'Neal, Judith Haywood, Carolyn Armstrong, Carol Wilder. SECOND ROW: Ann Lawson, Jane Seymour, Bettye Vines, .lo Ann Boozer, Carol Yudelson, Ann Foster, Janey Anderson, Frances Ellis, Janis Rogers, Susan Harris, Donna Holder, Martha Nabors, Margherita Jones, Bobbie Penson. .,., 2 .,,, , Q r 4, J srgj ,K Age? -f ,- Page 390 FIRST ROW CLeft to Rightj: Larry Oaks, Rusty Goldsmith, Clay Lilienstern, Ted Coggins. SECOND ROW: Bill Coleman, Bob King, Mickey Tucker, Winston Groom. THIRD ROW: Butch Cooper, Andy Gentry, Zack Higgs. FOURTH ROW: Alan Shaw, Wade Baxley. MEMBERS Wade Baxley, Ted Coggins, Bill Coleman, Butch Cooper, Andy Gentry, Rusty Goldsmith, VVinston Groom, Zach Higgs, Bob King, Clay Lilienstern, Larry Oaks, Alan Shaw, Mickey Tucker. Jasons, organized in 1914, was the first honoraiy ser- vice organization on the campus of the University of Alabama. A maximum of fifteen senior men are tapped each spring on the historic mound near the well-known Jasons Shrine. Restricted to the most prominent men on campus, membership is based on scholarship, character, general value and contribution to the University, promise of continuing service, and leadership in some branch of college activity. Each year Jasons presents Jasons Jamboree, an annual event which has held a unique place in campus events for many years and remains a high point in the year's activity. Proceeds from the Jamobree finance projects for campus improvement and the Jasons Lecturer Series. Page 391 Jasons OFFICERS President ..................V.,. ...................., ...... R u sty Goldsmith Secretary-Treasurer ........ ,,.,,.,,, L any Oakg Vice President ,,,,,s,, W ,,,,,,,, Andy Gently Faculty Advisor i..,,.. ..,,,,.. D r. John Ramsey FIRST ROW CLeft to Rightjz Zacharich Higgs, Clay Lilienstern, John Clements, Eddie Leitman, Frank McRight, Mickey Tucker, Butch Cooper. SECOND ROW: Larry Oaks, Phil Scherer, Lee Walthall, Don Siegal, Bill Coleman, Terry Moore. THIRD ROW: Robert Moyer, Wade Baxley, Rusty Goldsmith, .loe Stewart, Winston Groom, Charles Rampacek, Alan Shaw, Edgar Sentell. Omicron Delta Kappa MEMBERS Bernard Michael Aarons, XVade Baxley, Claude Burns, VVestley F. Busbee, David Byrne, Johnny Clements, VVilliam Morris Clements, Ted Coggin, Britt T. Coleman, Vfilliam D. Coleman, Leon Cooper, Davis Crenshaw, John Edgar Daniel, -Timmy Davis, Paul Rodgers Davis, Bernard E. Digiorgio, Fournier Joseph Gale, Andy Gentry, Maurice Goldsmith, Wiiiston Groom, Wfard Har- baeur, Ed Hardin, Iolm Z. Higgs, VValter G. Hopkins, John David Knight, Peyton C. Lacy, I. Allen Lee, Jimmy Lee, Eddie Leitman, Clay Lilienstern, Champ Lyons, Edward G. McCollough, lore Ed McConnell, Frank McRight, Terry LeDale Moore, Robert E. Moyer, Troy Nagle, Frank Nix, Larry Oaks, Iohnny Owens, William T. Patterson, Irvin Penfield, XVilliam I. Plott, lim Porter, Charles M. Rampacek. Edwin Phil Scherer, Charles Edgar Sentell, Alan H. Shaw, Don Siegal, Donald Stewart, Joe Stewart, Mickey Tucker, Wfilliam L. Utsey, Lee VVathall. Page 392 OFFICERS President ...,.... .... .................... ...... E c l die Leitman Vice President ......,,,,. ......... F rank McRight Sccretary-Treasurer ,.... ...... X Walter R. Guyton Faculty Advisor .,.,. ........ Y Villiam K. Rey Omicron Delta Kappa was founded December 3, 1914, at Wfashington and Lee University, and Iota Cir- cle was established at the University of Alabama in 1924. ODK is the highest national leadership honor society to which a college man can aspire. Iota Circle proudly claims two past national presidents, Dr. George Lang and Dr. Marten ten Hoor. Dr. Rose was appointed to one of two member-at-large positions in ODK. junior and senior men who meet the high, standards of leadership and character, and have gained special distinction in college, may be extended an invitation for membership in ODK. WTS? TRIANGLE OFFICERS-President, Bobbi Pensong Ist Vice President, Danette Standardg 2nd Vice President, Karen McQuilleng Secretaiy, Carolyn Abernathyg Treasurer, Ann Coats, Chaplain, Brenda Jordon, Historian, Priscilla Nicholsg Publicity, Barbara VValkerg Public Relations, Robin McCrory, Chaperone Chairman, Donna Holder. FIRST YEAR MEMBERS: Alexanderg Beasleyg Bishop, Boothg Brooksg Browng Brown Mg Brownbackg Coatsg Colemang Corueliusg Culbersong Culpeppcrg Curry, A. C., Curry, C. lg Davidsong Dennis, Dovvlingg Duncang Dunng Englandg Garrettg Craingerg Cravleeg Harris, Holcombg I-Iooleg Hattum, Howard, I-Iowellg Huey, Iamesg Johnson, C. E., Johnson, M. A., Kottwitzg Kusterg Laskyg Lee, Lt-Maistreg Levy, Lcwisg McCrawg Mclferallg Marksg Mathison, Meyer, Meyersg Mitchellg Mooreg Nasong Parker, Pickettg Pitch-er, Price, Reag Reeves, Rhodesg Rcynoldsg Schwartzg Secbeckg Sclfg Seymourg Shawg Starnesg Stephensg Tateg Tavlorg Thomas, Toddg WVashingtong W'atersg XVhitlock, Wfhittleg Xlfilsong XVoodruff. TRANSFERS-FIRST YEAR MEMBERS: Hamiltong McVVilliams, Minor, LeMayg Trinkleg Zieman. SOPI-IOMORES-FIRST YEAR MEMBERS: Dasherg Guthrie, Havesg johnson: Rogers, Silver. SECOND YEAR MEMBERS: Abernathyg Abramsg Adams, Alexanderg Andersong Bakerg Beard: Birchfieldg Boozer, Clarkg Coatsg Coleg Dauphing Davis, Friedman: Calloglyz Carfinkleg Caunttg Hendrix: I-Iinshawg Holderg lordong Hugginsg Iernigaug Kamomeierg Kilpatrickg Knurr, Kullmang Lawson, Luckieg McCroryg McGintyg McOuilling Macomberg Mistlcr: Mitchellg Nabersg Schultz, Shermanq Shirley, Simsg Smithg Starnesg Strongg Trow- bridge: Valentine: Wfallcerg Wfalkleyg XVearg XVhitcd: Zeigler. THIRD YEAR MEMBERS: Carmichaelg Dasherq Fosterg Friedg Gardner, Hairstong Hamnerg Harris: Jonesg Iosephsong Lanicrg Levy, Littyg McCentyg McKoyg Morthland, Nicholsg O,Neal, Pensong Rashti, Seymour, Spaing Stanclardg NValtong Yudleson. z Triangle, the largest women's honorary on the cam- pus, is ever moving forward-encompassing all areas of campus life. Founded in 1934, Triangle was established to render service, to broaden friendship, and to promote spirit throughout the University of Alabama. Scholar- ship, leadership, and service to the University are the bases of Triangle membership. Service is an integral part of Triangle, and several of Triangle's activities are devoted to helping new women students become a part of University life. Triangle mem- bers come in Contact with every freshman girl through the Big-Little Sister program, summer counseling, and the administration of the Coed Test. This year, Triangle also did much in other activities, making visits to Partlow, Old Folks' Home, and the VA Hospital. Triangle grows as the University of Alabama 0 grows-always at Work, building opportunities to pro- T I' I a n g I e vide better service and leadership for the students of the University of Alabama. c " I' at ' ' , r 1 i Phi Beta Kappa Phi Beta Kappa, the first Greek letter society, was founded on December 5, 1776, at the College of William and Mary, in Williamsburg, Virginia. The University of Alabama Chapter, Alpha of Alabama, was established in 1851 and was the twelfth chap- ter in order of establishment. The simple key, with the Greek letters Phi Beta Kappa, the three stars, and a pointing hand, has come to have universal identification with superior scholarship. Member- ship is for those students in Liberal Arts who are elected on the basis of broad cultural interests, scholarly achievement, and good character. OFFICERS President r,,.,,.,.,.,.,,,,,,.,,,.,.., EILC Rodgers Q Vice President ,..,,,,,,........... A. B. 'Thomas Secretary r...,........ .....,. J ames H. Newman it Treasurer .....,.,,,., Mrs. Sarah H. Rodgers Q, Archivist ....... ...,.,..... C harles D. Perry Alpha lambda Delta FACULTY AND STAFF MEMBERS Mable E. Adams, Thomas B. Alexander, Woodrow W. Boyett, Elizabeth Coleman, VVade H. Coleman, Ralph VV. Coward, George Croker, Jacqueline V. Davis, Louis R. Davis, John C. Dawson, James F. Doster, Katherine Fraker, Virginia Foscue, R. J. Frye, Paul Garner, Robert Henry Garner, R. E. Gribbin, Jr., Selby Hanssen, William Harris, M. Leigh Harrison, R. M. Havens, Robert B. Highsaw, W. G. Hooks, William Stanley Hoole, Mrs. Shaler C. Houser, George Howard, Louis Jaffee, Mrs. W. K. E. James, Iredell Jenkins, Margaret A. Johnson, Robert E. Johnson, YValter F. Koch, George Lang, Fred A. Lewis, Miriam Locke, E. Robert Loomis, John Luskin, J. B. McLester, John R. McLure, James B. McMillan, J. D. Mancill, Mrs. Glenavis R. Martin, J. P. Montgomery, A. B. Moore, Burton R. Morley, Emily B. Nash, James H. Newman, John C. Payne, Charles D. Perry, William E. Pickens, Jr., Robert L. Plunkett, John. F. Ramsey, C. B. Ransone, Jr., E. F. Richards, Eric Rodgers, Mrs. Sarah H. Rodgers, Frank A. Rose, Frances Rucks, I. Willis Russell, Jerome Schweitzer, Linton Stevens, Hudson Strode, Charles G. Summersell, Marten ten Hoor, A. B. Thomas, Mrs. A. B. Thomas, Robert E. Tidwell, B. B. Trawick, Marcus Whitman, C. B. Wicks. MEMBERS IN COURSE Carolyn Old Armstrong, Carolyn Roberta Ball, Carolyn Carmack, Charles Fred Conner, Mary Benton Engel, Lynn Carlton Hairston, Carolyn Rose Matkin, Mrs. Kate Noble Walker Shaver, Craig Turner Sheldon, Mrs. Jeannette McGinty Smith, Nancy Kay Smith, Howard Carey Snider, Jr., William Grant Watson, Jr., Marilyn Shirley Wilkinson, William Clenney Yankowsky, Ronnie Bruce Workman. LECTURERS Bell I. Wiley ........... ........................... ' 'The Memorable War" Joseph F. Volker ....... .... ' 'Avocation for Administrationv Alpha Lambda Delta was established on the Univer- sity of Alabama campus in 1930. It is a national hono- raiy for freshmen women who have obtained an average of 2.5 in their first and second semesters. Membership in the organization is the highest recognition that a wo- man can receive for outstanding scholarship in her fresh- man year. - The main purpose of Alpha Lambda Delta is to . promote intelligent living and a high standard of learn- ing, and to encourage superior scholastic attainment among freshmen women. As one of its projects, this honor society sponsors a tutoring service for freshmen. MEMBERS FIRST ROW CLett to Rightjz Julie England, Kittie Weaver, Claudia Alexander, Worth Pinkston, Jean Sharpe, Dean Sarah Healy, Janet Arey, Susanne Grainger, Judy Starnes. SECOND ROW: Mary Ann Turner, Glenda LaGrone, Linda Ferguson, Dot Parrish, Nancy Tate, Beverly Marks, Mrs. Claire Wall, Ann Lee. THIRD ROW: Carol Curry, Brenda Alexander, Joyce Tyler, Sue Perry- man, Jackie Weston, Rebecca Glenn, Sharon Reynolds, Diane Donahoo, Carol Johnson, Joyce Seagraves, Brenda Alexander, Claudia Alexander, Linda Baswell, Janet Brooke Arey, Georganne Burns, Ouida Cope, Mary Alline Cul- pepper, Carol Jane Curry, Kitty Gail Dean, Diane Donahoo, Elizabeth Faye Ehlert, Julia Grey England, Mary Helen Fenn, Linda Dee Ferguson, Rebecca Lois Glenn, Mary Susanne Grainger, Mary Estes Hayes, Sandra Faye Hunter, Sara Nell James, Carolyn Elizabeth Johnson, Sara Janet Jones, Amelia Gay Kyle, Jo Ann Kyser, Glenda Jean LaGrone, Ann Lawrence Lee, Alice C. LeMaistre, Beverly Norma Marks, Mary Kathryne Mason, Chrene Mathews, Eva Mead, Dorothy Dean Parrish, Susan Perryunan, Carol Ann Pennington, Nancy Worth Pinkston, Mary Ann Pounds, Paula Ann Price, Frieda Schaer, Joyce Ann Seagraves, Elma Eugenia Sharpe, Martha Edward Snider, Julia Cannon Starnes, Joan Frances Stephens, Nancy Jane Tate, Joan E. Traweek, Mary Ann Turner, Joyce Ann Tyler, Jane Davison Waters, Kittie Kae Weaver, Marion Jacqueline Weston, Laurie Hilbun Woodruff. Page 394 Phi Eta Sigma RTW 0,1 M wx fa! J FIRST ROW fLeft to Rightjz Ronald C. Merrell, Henry H. Caddell, William Franklin Wilkes, David W. Luff, Jack H. Hutto, Jr., Robert A Davis, James H. Newman, Earl L. Campbell, David J. DuRoss, Antoine H. Ayoub. SECOND ROW: Raymond K. Lyrene, Alan S. L Chow, Joseph E. Braswell, Tillman E. Justice, Joe W. Upchurch, Jr., Charles M. Hess, Jr., Jon D. Tromblee, Milton A. Blunker, Robert O. Mellown, John R. Neergaard, Michael T. Saliba, Thomas L. Cook, John R. Haskew. THIRD ROW: Thomas B. Slade, Robert B Currey, Jackson E. Smith, Paul Perry, Stanley B. Winslow, Nigel E. Wells, Il, John W. Williams, John F.- Brown, David R. Dreher Donald S. Thomas, Jr., Tommy Clay Cruce, Richard H. Mellown, Stephen A.. Doblin, Alan B. Wingard, Robert L. Valachovic, David L Owen. OFFICERS President ,-.-M,--,,-- -,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,.,-.,,,,,,,. R obert Alvin Davis Viee President -,,,,,, ,.,,., I ack Hoover Hutto, Ir. Secretary ,e,ee---- ,,,,,,,., D avid Wayne Luff Treasurer ,V,-,A,,, ,,,,,,. W Villiam Franklin Wilkes Faculty Adviser .... ..-.AA---- J RINGS H- NCWIUHH Phi Eta Sigma, a national freshman scholastic fra- ternity for men, was founded at the University of Illi- nois in 1923 to encourage and reward high scholastic attainment among the men members of the freshman class. The University of Alabama chapter was established in 1930. The requirement for membership in Phi Eta Sigma is a 2.5 average or better for the first semester of the freshman year, or the same over-all average for the entire freshman year. Each year Phi Eta Sigma distributes a pamphlet en- titled Hints on How to Study to incoming Fresh- men to aid them in orientation. The fraternity also gives a smoker for freshmen with a 2.0 average at midterm to urge them to become eligible for membership. Page 395 MEMBERS james Browning Allen, Antoine Hanna Ayoub, joel Douglas Benson, Milton Alan Blunker, joseph Edward Brasw-ell, john Floyd Brown, Henry Harris Caddell, Earl LaCrant Campbell, Alan S. L. Chow, Charles Kendall Clarke, Thomas Lanno Cook, Tommy Clay Cruce, Robert Brownlee Currey, Robert Alvin Davis, Stephen Alan Doblin, David Ross Dreher, John Melvin Dupree, David Jonathon DuRoss, Jessie VVayne Flurry, Stephen Cletius Fowler, Kermit Cecil Gilbert, ,lohn Richard Haskew, Charles Morrell Hess, Jr., Peter Norman Howard, Jack Hoover Hutto, Ir., Tillman Eugene Justice, VVilliam R. King, Hester Burrell Land, David Wayne Luff, Raymond Kenneth Lyrene, Richard Henry Mellown, Robert Oliver M-ellown, Ronald Clifton Merrell, Henry P. Mixon, Ir., john Howard Morgan, john R. Neergaard, David L. Owen, Clarence Paul Perry, Tr., John Murray Potts, Ir., Michael Thomas Saliba, II, Billy Brandon Sellers, Ir., Thomas Bettis Slade, Tackson Ellis Smith, David Henley Snead, Donald Smith Thomas, Ir., Ion Donald Tromblee, joseph WVilson Up- church, jr., Robert L. Valachovic, Nigel Eben VVells, II, VVilliam Franklin VVilkes, john WVesley Vtfilliams, Alan Burl Wfingard, Stanley B. XVinslow, Robert Lee YVorrall. Beta Gamma Sigma I . , are xg! 2 .nf ,WWW T :g'M eW.a.siigg . who -., 2 L Sl ff: iw xl paws' ' :fe w i s I 'i 0 M 3 S . 1 E Election to Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest schol- astic honor that a student in Commerce and Business Administration can Win. Seniors must be in the upper ten percent of their class to be considered for member- ship, while juniors must rank in the upper four percent. Graduate students with excellent academic records may also be considered for membership. One honorary mem- ber may be elected each year. Beta Gamma Sigma is the only scholastic honor society recognized by the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business. The purposes of Beta Gamma Sigma are to encourage and reward scholarship and accomplish- ment among students of collegiate schools of business, to promote the advancement of education in the art and science of business, and to foster integrity in the con- duct of business operation. OFFICERS President ,,,,,,,,,r, ,.,,,.,.,,... ....r.... ...,,... P a u l XV. Paustian Vice President ,,...,,.,,, ....r C hester H. Bigger Secretary-Treasurer ...V,,. .......... I . D. Corriher MEMBERSHIP STUDENTS INITIATES FACULTY AND STAFF Charles N. Adams Chester N. Bigger David B. Byrne, Ir. John A. Doninick Robert N. Greene Eddie Leitman VVilliam H. Lucas Joseph B. Mason William C. Patterson John P. Ripp Janis Rogers David R. Sher ,Ioseph G. Stewart Renate Thimester Stuart E. Witty Richard R. Blackwell Richard M. Burr Joseph R. Davis Louis F. Ebersole john F. Henry Louis G. Hergert, Ir. NVilliam B. Hutchins, Mary Fay Ingram Annie Pearl Moody Carl C. Moore Frank H. Mulling I VVilliam C. Reynolds, Ir. Edwin P. Scherer Williaiii S. Shepard Iames D. Shumway Raloh E. Skelly Williaiii C. VVhitten, jr. Fred A. Vickery XVilliam R. Bennett Harry D. Bonham Frederic A. Brett Herman H. Chapman A. Lee Cobb I. D. Corriher Frank E. Dykema Herbert L. Findley Howard A. Folts S. Paul Garner john P. Gill A. A. Gordon Robert F. Gwinner R. Murray Havens Langston T. Hawley Thomas C. Holland Thomas N. Humble Harold D. Janes Ioseph E. Lane, Ir. Page 396 Harry A. Lipson Morris L. Mayer M. Clinton McGee Jack H. Menning Donald Mills C. Thomas Moore Henry B. Moore Burton R. Morley Paul VV. Paustian A. I. Penz VVilliam E. Pickens, jr Alex S. Pow I. E. Roche Frank A. Rose Charles R. Scott Clarence D. Smith VVvllys G. Stanton Robert B. Sweeney Marcus Whitman Percy B. Yeargan DFFICERS Charles M. Rampacek Bernard E. Digiorgio .. ,,,Y Joe Ed McConnell Howard H. Meigs . ,....... Warren G. Keith James H. Judd, Jr. :ional engineering hionor society .ehigh University in 1885. It has Jters with over 121,000 members Junding members of the Associa- Societies. The purpose of Tau . fitting manner those who have eir Alma Mater by distinguished ary character as undergraduates air attainrnents as alumni in the l to foster a spirit of liberal cul- eolleges of Americaf' The Ala- Tau Beta Pi was established at ma on November 20, 1926, and 00 members. Beta Pi represents the highest by engineering students and is of high scholarship, exemplary d professional promise. f,.. Tau Beta Pi STUDENT MEMBERS Gustavo Arannayo, Robert I. Balch, Jerry V. Bell, Luther W. Brooks, Joseph B. Cain, James L. Chesser, Herman Clark, Richard ll. Creighton, Robert C. Davis, Paul R. Davis, Bernard E. Digiorgia, Roy M. Farrior, James V. French, James A. Fuller, Samuel P. Civhan, James A. Guin, Larry H. Hazel, Zach Higgs, John H. Horn, VValter Hopkins, John T. Hubbard, James H. Judd, Jr., Ronnie C. Justice, William M. Lampkin, VVilliam R. Lawrence, Wfilliam L. Marshall, Jr., Joe Ed McConnell, Talmadge M. Mosley, Robert E. Moyer, H. Troy Nagel, Albert L. Pardue, Jr., M. L. Pearson, Lewis J. Pinson, Cahrles M. Rampacek, Hugh D. Ratliff, Lynn H. Rice, VVilliam E. Salter, Charles P. Swanson, Donald L. Thompson, John F. Thorpe, John M. Troha, William C. XVilliamson, Donald XVright, Linn Zien. FACULTY AND STAFF MEMBERS J. A. Bennett, J. H. Black, K. VV. Coons, J. R. Dueworth, R. L. Farabce, 'W. F. Cray, C. A. Gibson, E. YV. Crohse, J. P. Hansen, R. M. Hollub, G. C. Johnson, VV. D. Jordan, J. Karrh, W. G. Keith, R. M. Killingswroth, H. Kucnzel, E. K. Landis, B. B. Letson, R. E. Lueg, O. P. McDuff, C. McKay, H. H. Meigs, C. X-V. Morris, E. E. Murphy, XV. K. Rey, R. Q. Shotts, VV. G. Stanton, XV. C. Stapleton, A. J. Still, B, C. Tanlccrsley, R. N. NVhitehurst, L. A. YVoodman. ,mm ai., ' :R. I. Balch, J. H. Black, J. H. Horn, Joe Ed McConnell, B. E. Digiorgio, Charles M. Rampacek, W. R. Qonnie C. Justice. SECOND ROW: L. Wayne Brooks, J. M. Troha, Roy M. Farrior, James L. Chesser, J. V. adge M. Mosley, Samuel P. Givhan, Larry H. Hazel, William C. Williamson, J. A. Fuller. THIRD ROW: William Thompson, Joseph B. Cain, Lewis J. Pinson, Lynn H. Rice, Albezt L. Parclue, Jr., Charles P. Swanson, Herman rl iff. Page 397 OFFICERS Grand Alchemist .,,,,,,,,,,.........,,A.,....... Sarah lane Pearce Recgrder B-,,, ,A,,,,, ,,,,,,e,, A n ita Townes Shortnacy Visor ,-,,,A.,---5,,,-,,,M--,-,,- ,,,,,,7,,,,,,,, W Villiam Sulzby Keeper of the Kult ..,.. ....... ...4.,..... W i lliflm Hill Faculty Advisor ..,.,AA,, .,e.7 D r. George C. Williams MEMBERS Robert Culp, Glen Esslinger, james Guin, XfVilliam Hill, Gerald james, Sarah lane Pearce, Charles Rampocek, Lynn Rice, Anita Townes Shortnacy, William Sulzby, Fred Williams. Gamma Sigma Epsilon, the only national coeducatio- al honorary chemical fraternity, was founded at David- son College in 1919. The objects of the fraternity are to increase interest and stimulate scholarship in chemis- try, and to promote friendship and the general Welfare of the chemist. It is open to upperclassmen who have excelled in the academic realm and who have completed . . at least twenty hours of chemistry. PROJECT FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR O Q G a m m a I m a E S I I 0 n Gamma Sigma Epsilon sponsors help sessions for under mduates desiring assistance in various ch-emistry courses. Left to Right: William Hill, Anita Shortnacy, William Sulzby Charles Rampacek, Fred Williams, Sarah .lane Pearce, William Glenn Esslinger, Robert A. Culp, George C. Williams. Phi Upsilon Omicron OFFICERS President .........,.... ......................,..,..... E lveree Smith Vice President .....,. L.. ,.... Elizabeth Forehand 2nd Vice President ........ ....... D ebbie Campbell Corresponding Secretary ..... ...... A nn Albritton Recording Secretary ...,..... ....... ..,....... M a ry Ann Pitts FIRST ROW deft to Rightjz Elaine Mosley, Sara Ennes, Mary Ann Pitts, Ree Smith, Elizabeth Forehand, Jo Ann Boozer. SECOND ROW: Mary Ann Baba, Laurie Williams, Donna Holder, Mary Grace Latham, Betty Lynn McGouick, Janey Anderson, Pam Lewis, Carolyn Nason, Barbara Bankston, Ann Albritton, Debbie Campbell. Trcasurcr Editor ..,.... ,. Historian Chaplain Librarian Elaine Mosley Mary Ann Gaba Jo Ann Boozer Sara Coleman Ennes Laura Nell 'Williams Page 398 Phi Upsilon Omicron is the national home economics honorary professional fraternity. Psi Chapter Was instal- led at the University of Alabama on December 11, 1936. Members are selected in the latter half of their sopho- more year on the basis of a 2.0 overall average, parti- cipation in service activities, and leadership in home economics and campus activities. The fraternity's activities include giving a tea for all new students in home economics and contributing to the Phi Upsilon Omicron scholarship and the Home Econo- mic Deanis fund. Members sell fruit cakes around the holiday season to make money for national Phi Upsilon Omicron scholarships. Recognition is given to the fresh- man With the highest grades, and her name is put up on a plaque located in the lobby of Doster. Alpha Epsilon Delta OFFICERS President ,,,....,..., i, ,,,, .,-,,,,,4- ,,w,-,- ,---, - Vice President , ,l,,,, Sccretaiy . 7.7.Y.. . T1'CZ1SU1'Cl' Historian ,,,,,, Ronny Codbold Steve Weinstein Charles Conner Buster Sellers Bry Coburn RCDUITCI' .,,,. .... ....., M i ke Howell Fllfflllty Advisors , ,, , , Dr. Ralph Chermock Dr. Septima Smith FIRST ROW CLeft to Rightj: Joe Howell, Charles Conner, Mike R. Howell, Lewis Sellers, Bry Coburn, Ronny Goclbolcl. SECOND ROW: James Glecives, Bill Bornhill, Ronald B. Hilyer, Jerry Howell, Milton Essig. THIRD ROW: Jim Tyerson, Mickey Gewin, .lim Folmcir, Luke Coburn, Durwcird McLaughlin, Jr. FOURTH ROW: Virgil Baccus, Milton Lennick, Philip Newton, .lomes Adams, Charles Bedgood. Alpha Epsilon Delta is a national pre-medical and pre- dental honor society that was founded at the University of Alabama on April 26, 1926. Membership is open to students of high academic standing. Its piupose is to bind together and encourage students by promoting co- operation between professional men, pre-professional students and educators in an adequate program of study. It also stimulates an appreciation of the importance of such an education. This organization sponsors lectures, medical movies, and tours of medical interest. The group invites promi- nent men in particular fields to speak and procures films to be presented at its meetings. Since its beginning at the University of Alabama 39 years ago, Alpha Epsilon Delta has grown into a nation- al organization of 65 chapters in colleges and universities throughout the Country. Page 399 MEMBERS James Adams, Virgil Baccus, Bill Bamhill, Charles Bedgoocl, Bry Coburn, Luke Coburn, Charles Conner, Milton Essig, Jim Folmar, Mickey Cewin, james Gleaves, Ronny Codbold, Ronald B. Hilyer, Jerry Howell, Ioe Howell, Mike R. Howell, Milton Lennick, Durward McLaughlin, Philip Newton, jim Ryerson, Lewis Sellers. V YVSF PHBHSSX FIRST ROW CLeft to Rightl: William L. Marshall, Jr., John T. Hubbard, Jr., Lewis J. Pinson, Gary Hopkins, L. Wayne Brooks, Linn Zien, James H. Judd, Jr. SECOND ROW: W. C. Williamson, T. Biorn, J. L. Mathis, J. A. Fuller, R. G. Curry, J. A. Maxwell, R. D. Bryant. THIRD ROW: R. E. Lueg, J. M. Troha, A. J. Conner, L. H. Hazel, A. B. Harrell, J. H. Marstrander, D. N. McQuiddy. Eta Kappa Nu FIRST ROW Cleft to Rightjz Michael Aarons, David Sher, John Hunter, Dr. P. B. Yeargan. SECOND ROW: Andy Mises, Fu Tung Chen, Madelyn Harrel, Lana Pass, Ann Moody. THIRD ROW: Albert Cravens, Jim Burney, Charles Walker, Jim Webb, Bill Sassa. FOURTH ROW: Bill Lucas, Charles Mecimore, Bobby Vick, Larry Guy, Ronald Farris. FIFTH ROW: Fred Vickery, Frank Stabler, Thomas Collins, Larry Baggett, Dwight Sample. SIXTH ROW: Chester White, Grant Newton, Glen Hevin, Charles Strong, John Earl Ingram. OFFICERS President .....,....,. ............................ 7 ....... I ames H. Iudd Vice President ............... ............. I ohn M. Troha Recording Secretary .......... W ....... Alvin I. Connor Corresponding Secretary ...... ......... Wayne Brooks 'Treasurer ............................. - ........ ...... Y Valter C. Hopkins Bridge Correspondent .............. ...... ............. R 0 bert G. Curry Advisor .............,.....,............................................ Dr. Russell E. Lueg The membership of Eta Kappa Nu Association, na- tional electrical engineering honor society is made up of junior and senior electrical engineering students who have shown ability through scholarship and other quali- ties Which indicate that the student will be a success in his profession. its aim is to assist its members throughout their lives in becoming better men in thei.r chosen profession and better citizens. Its members are a constructive force, helping fellow members and non-members alike in im- proving the standards of the profession, the cotu'ses of instruction, and the institutions where its chapters are established. Beta Alpha Psi OFFICERS President .....,..... ................,,,.. ..... ..., A n d y Moses Vice President ..,.. ....... IX iichael Aarons Secretary CFallJ ...... ......,,,.. D avid Sher lSpringl ...,....., .,...,... C hester Wfhite Treasurer CFalll ......... .....,........... I ohn Hunter CSp1'ingl ......,...........,.......,, .....,. .,,...,..., C I izu'les Mecimore Faculty Vice-President .......,,.........,.........,...,,.. Prof. P. B. Yeargan Admission to Beta Alpha Psi is one of the goals of every accounting major. Membership in this professional accounting fraternity is based on leadership and char- acter, as well as a high degree of excellence in scholar- ship. This professional accounting fraternity seeks to promote the strict ideals and ethics of accounting. Since the founding of Alpha Beta Chapter on this campus in 1948, the fraternity has fostered and promoted the goals originally laid down by the national accounting frater- nity. Through the sponsoring of panel discussions, com- mercial functions, and professional meetings, Beta Alpha Psi has created a medium that closely binds instructors and students. Alpha Sigma Mu was founded at the Michigan College of Mining and Technology in January of 1932. Opera- ting under a constitution of that date three chapters were formed: Alpha at Michigan College of Mining and Technology, Beta at the University of Illinois, and Gam- ma at Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Since that time Al- pha Sigma Mu has grown to 65 chapters. The purpose of this fraternity is to recognize and pro- mote high scholastic, scientific, and professional attain- ment in the study, experimental investigation, manu- facture, treatment, design, selection, and use of engineer- ing materials, Membership consists of those Metallurgy and Metal- lurgial Engineering students who attain high rank in scholarship and who possess to a high degree the quali- ties of exemplary integrity, leadership, and initiative. MEMBERS FACULTY MEMBERS: Ray L. Farabce, John P. Hansen, Charles H. T. Vlfilkins, Edwin C. XVright. STUDENT MEMBERS: Charles F. Beardcn, Billy T. Babbitt, James S. Boyd, Donald R. Brooks, VVillard Richard D. Buchanan, Julian E. Bynum, Ronald L. Cain, L. Castner, Ronald C. Garrett, John Z. Higgs, Benjamin A. Huggin, VVilliam M. Lampkin, Robert E. Moyer, Wfilliam H. Owen, Sam David Sanders. Alpha Sigma Mu OFFICERS P1'GSiClC11li ........ .. .... . ............... .. ....,......., VVillia1n M, Lampkin Vice President ......,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,- j Qlm Z, Higgs Secretary ............ ....,, B enjamin A, Huggin Treasurer ...,,. Robert E. Moyer H 6 S.: ,----,mf--Y - gy, J -.-agua-sl 51 mlb lfafn FIRST ROW CLeft to Rightj: Dan Robertson, Clifford Osia, Larry Chesser, Charles Swanson. SECOND ROW: George Carpenter, Mal- colm Johnson, Richard Creighton, Joe Ed McConnell. THIRD ROW: Jimmie Smith, H. Kuenzel, John A. Belding, Jr. MEMBERS ACTIVE MEMBERS: Robert I. Balch, John A. Belding, George Carpenter, Larry Chess-er, Richard H. Creighton, Malcom C. Johnson, Joe E. McConnell, Clifford Osia, Ward D. Robertson, Charles P. Swanson, Donald Thompson. GRADUATE MEMBERS ON CAMPUS: Paul Burderftyg, John R. McDonald, Tommy Patterson, Mark Pearson, Jim Smith, Bill Tanker-siey, Tommy Thompson, Billy Thrasher. OFFICERS President ,,,,-,-----,,,,i,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,..,,..,,...,...,.... ...... W . D. R0b61'tSO1'1 Vice President ........... .. ....... ...... L - L- CJICSSGI' Corresponding Secretary ........ ........ M . C. JOl1HSO1'1 Recording Secretary ........i... ....-......... R . I. B21lCl1 Treasurer ,Y,,Y,,A,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,... ................ R . H. CI'6igl1t0I1 Historian ,.-.,,,,--,---,-, ,,,,,,,,,,... C harles P. Swanson Faculty Advisor ,,,i, .,... P rofessor Herbert Kuenzel Page 40l Pi Tau Sigma is the national mechanical engineering honorary fraternity. The Alabama Pi Omicron Chapter was formally installed on May 14, 1948, and since that time has been cooperating with the various functions of the College of Engineering and the Mechanical Engi- neering Department. Pi Tau Sigma was established in order to provide a closer bond of fellowship between mechanical engineering studens, faculty, and pro- fessional engineers. Pi Tau Sigma MEMBERS XVynne Alexander, Robert D. Allen, Joy Ann Allgood, Carolyn Old Armstrong, Anthony K. Atkins, Barbara Jane Ballard, Robert Irvin Baloh, Billy Joe Banks, Dorothy E. Beaufait, Thomas J. Beck, Jerrell Wfayne Blanks, Marian Neir Blum, Jerry Davis Bonner, Mary Louise Brassell, Albert M. Brown, Joel Michael Brown, Patricia Anne Bruening, Edward Lyle Cain, Joseph Bibb Cain, Henry Scott Caldwell, Chester Coen Carroll, Samuel C. Carruba, James Larry Chesser, Herman Nathan Clark, Elizabeth A. Comer, Alvin Joel Conner, Leon Earl Cooper, David A. Copeland, Kenneth A. Copeland, Kenneth R. Couch, Neal S. Coulter, VVilliam M. Covington, Richard H. Creighton, Andrew Crowson, Henry Thomas Crenshaw, Harold Luther Daniel, Elaine Dauphin, Roderick B. Davidson, Robert Curtis Davis, Charlye Patricia Dickinson, Bernard DiGiorgio, John Frank Dollar, XVilliam Eugene Dueease, Lawrence B. Durham, 'William Edward Each, Rosa Knox Elliott, Thomas C. Evans, Lenore Farrell, Roy Marshall Farrior, Janice M. Fincher, Karen Fox, Essie Friday, James Alex Fuller, Glenda Fay Galbreath, Samuel D. Gilbert, Laura Gonzalez, James Gleason Goree, Laura Ann Graham, Fred Grissom, James Aston Guin, Reedie A. Guy, Bohdan Sanford Hallas, Lawson E. Hamilton, Richard M. Hamner, Herbert 'Wayne Harris, John Richard Haskew, Lorena lVade Hauge, Larry Hufh Hazel, Lester C. Holmes, Wfalter G. Hoplins, John Tryon Hubbard, John Lee Hybart, Stanley Bernard Jackson, Gerald E. James, Sidney Neal James, John J. Jarvis, Genie Peek Johnson, James Raphael Jones, James H. Judd, Oamar A. Khan, Michael VV. Kincaid, VVilliam R. LaCour, Lynn Martin Lard, VVilliam Rex Lawrence, Morgan Ray Loree, Jerry A. Lowe, Clanton Evans Mancill, Terence F. Martin, James Allen Maxwell, Terry Stephen Meek, Charles G. Montgomery, Shirley Montgomery, Ethel B. Morgan, Joseph Richard Morris, Talmadge M. Mosley, David Murrell, Lindy Larson Murrell, Joe Edward McConnell, Jerry Allen McEwen, Stella K. McKnight, Wfalter Glynn McQuenn, David N. McQuiddy, Helen Naugle, Johanna Nicol, Donald F. Norris, Carl Edward Oliver, Albert L. Pardue, Jr., Alton L. Parker, Jr., Frazier Parker, Jr., Larry Paul Parsons, Thomas L. Patterson, James Dorsey Perryman, Ronald Parker Poole, Jimmy Porter, Camille Powell, Robert Glenn Priddy, John Dawson Quarles, Jr., Charles Rampacek, Hugh Donald Ratliff, Ekkehart O. Rausch, Elizabeth Ann Reed, Lynn Rice, Robert R. Richwine, Jr., Hershell Rithmire, Jr., Edmond J. Robbins, James Thomas Robbins, Jr., Janis Rogers, Betty Sue Roper, Jimmy Franklin Roper, Donald Wayne Salter, Nick Joseph Santoro, Alkis Sekar, Floyd H. Sheridan, Jr., Samuel Hans Sheridan, Raymond A. Shulstad, Anita Sikes, Mary Lois Singley, Ellis Elbert Smith, Jr., XV. M. Snow, Jr., Bobby Ray Spencer, Harley Edwin Spivey, Robert Lee Starnes, Charles P. Swanson, Wallace Albert Swanson, Jr., Donald Thompson, Tommy Luther Thompson, Johnny Frank Thorpe, Anne B. Townes, John M. Troha, Lili Ann Turner, Don VVillis Van Hyning, Terry Jane VValkley, William Rainey WVa.rren, Mary Beth Wear, Thruman Craig Weaver, Charles M. Whitson, Betty Jones VVhitten, Edward Lee VVilkinson, Tommy Allen Williams, William Cary Wfilliamson, Caralie Groom Woodfin, Donald Bryan Wright, William Theron Sisson Yates, Charles Dawon Yeldell, June Zien, Linn Zien. INITIATES Mary Ann Anderson, Antoine Hanna Ayoub, Richard R. Bolt, Donald Ramon Brooks, Wendell Coyis Bryan, Chao-Wen Chen, Chen-Chun Chu, Han-Yun Chu, Ouida Daniel Cope, Samuel Lee Daniel, Jr., Fred Davis, Donald David Duncan, Thomas Hendrix Elder, James G. Farrow, Alma Jean Goddard, Roger Allen Hall, Barry Riggs Harper, Avery Boyce Harrell, XVilliam A. Hill, Jr., Katherine Wyatt Hodgin, Ernest Carl Houck, Bobby Ray Huckabee, Ell-en Margo Kampmei-er, Robert Gerald Keasler, Henriette Kendrick, Mary Katherine King, Juanita Sue Lewis, David Wayne Luff, John Ralph McDonald, Raymond C. Montgomery, Luther Simeon Morton, Joe Nations, Ronald Judson Parnell, Fred Douglas Parsons, Newton Alton Perry, Lewis Pinson, Robert H. Prine, John David Roberts, John W. Schleusner, Timothy Wayne Sciple, Carol Sloan, Jackson Ellis Smith, Linda Kay Smith, David Henley Snead, Anne M. Starnes, James Riley Story, Robert Hubert Worthy. P ' ' Pi Mu Epsilon is a non-secret organization whose pur- N u P S I 0 n pose is the promotion of scholarly activity in mathema- tics. It attempts to do this by electing members on an honorary basis according to thier proficiency in mathe- OFFICERS matics and by engaging in activities designed to promote president ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,, ,,,,,,,,-,-- I 0 el Brown the mathematical and scholarly development of its mem- vice President ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, L indy Murreu bers. Special speakers present programs of interest at Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, W ynne Alexander the monthly meetings. Treasurer .................... .............. M ary Beth Wear Each year Alabama Alpha of Pi Mu Epsilon holds a Faculty Advisor ....,........... ....... M rs. Edith Ainsworth fall initiation banquet and a spring initiation picnic at SCh0l211'ShiD Chairman ----f,v- ............ D r. J. Hornback Mountlville, attended by faculty and student members, C0r1'eSDOHf1i11g Secretary -.....r................. ..... D r. H. S. Thurston as well as the new initiates, fljw? Page 402 OFFICERS-President, Ann Lawsong Vice President, Dottie Mays, Secretary, Bettye Vines, Treasurer, Gloria Hightower, Social Chairman, Judy Cole. ENGINEERING EXECUTIVE CO UN GIL OFFICERS President ..........I. .................i..,,. ........ B t :rnard DiGiorgio Vice President ,......., ...,7. I Robert Snellgrove Secretary-Treasurer ..... ,....,., R onny Davis News Editor ,....... . ...I...,. Dickie Jacobs Faculty Advisors ...., ,,,.... . .....,, P rof. Iack Brown Prof. R. L. Farabee Dean Roy Killingsworth The Engineering Executive Council is the represent- ative body of tlie,Student Engineers, Association, which consists of all the students in the School of Engineering. The Council, consisting of representatives from the dif- ferent departments and engineering students in student government, acts as an intermediate agent between the student body and the office of the Dean. The Council represents the engineering student body in all Univer- sity activities. The over-all purpose of the organization is to foster professional and social activities in the Col- lege of Engineering. Chi Delta P MEMBERS Ieanettc Agee, Katherine L. Allen, Ieanne B. Arm- strong, Eleanor Bui-e, Rhunell Burt, Katherine L. Cantrell, Bonnie Clark, Carol Clark, Maribeth Clen- ncy, Judy Cole, Martha C. Crocker, Mary Grace Dalton, Helen Davey, Shirley Dowling, Rosa Knox Elliott, Sandra Kay G. Fleming, Naomi Garfinkle, Betty Io C. Gibson, Lynn Gooden, Susan Harris, Darnell Hamner, Teresa Hellman, Gloria Hightower, Camilla Ann Jones, Margherita jones, Evelyn Knurr, Ann Lawson, Burns Levy, Connie Marshall, Loxie Marshall, Dottie Mays, Rosemary McIntosh, Gayle McRae, Kay H. McWhirter, Elaine W. Moore, Martha Nabors, Bobbie Penson, Margaret Prentiss, Sallye Io Powell, Io Ann Schanbacher, Starr Segrest, Barbara S. Siegal, Anita Smith, Nancy Smith, Sandra Snow, Marion Taylor, Barrie Thurlow, Ann Turner, Alice VV. Villadson, Bettye Vines, Kate N. Wallcer, Peggy A. Werclelioff, Norma B. Williamson, Molly Yarbrough, Martha Youngson, Rosemary Zieman. Chi Delta Phi, national English honorary, is represent- ed by the Delta Chapter at the University of Alabama. The women selected for this honorary are English majors or minors. The desire and purpose of Chi Delta Phi is to stimulate and promote the literary interests of its mem- bers, many of whom submit their literary works for publication in The Litterateur, the national Chi Delta Phi magazine. The chapter has many interesting programs planned for this year. Dr. James B. McMillan, head of the Eng- lish department, will discuss the international phonetic alphabet. Several other professors of the English de- partment will lecture to the chapter. Engineering Executive Council FIRST ROW fLeft to Rightl: James Faircloth, Tommy Hagoocl, Prof. R. L. Farabee, Robert Snellgrove, Bernard DiGiorgio, Ronny Davis, Prof. Jack Brown, Dean Roy Killingsworth, Phil Duke, Zane! Hoit. SECOND ROW: James McDaniel, James Batchelor, Charles Matlock, Joe Hutchins, William Lawrence, Ronald Goss, Johnny Young, Rod Yates, Steve Meek, Dickie Jacobs, Ben Miree, Jim Judd, Harvel Deas, Harvey Donaldson, William Owen, John Daniel. . yi 4 t ls i l FIRST ROW CLeft to Righti: Mary Sue Ray, Corresponding Secretary, Sara DeLorne, Vice Presidentg Brenda Harless, President, Hazel Ezell, Recording Secretary, Janette Pass, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Diane Aird, Dera Meade, Judy Coplon, Sharon Thornton, Martha Marable, Georgina Ambrioso, Kathyrn Crow, Sandra Rogers, Mrs. Alma Weber, Faculty Advisor. Phi Chi Theta MEMBERS Adams, Agee, Aldridge, Allred, Anderson, Andrews, Barricklow Becknell, Blackwell, Brady, Braswell, Briggs, Brotherton, Browne? Buckley, Burson, Burwell, Campbell, Cantrell, Cardin, Cates, Clark, Cobb . Cobb W Collins Cook Connors Corkran Crabtree Crump, Crumpler, Cusiman, Davis, R., Davis, S., Demetropolic, Dorman, Evans, Florence, Frederickson, Fulmer, Garrett, Giffen Goldstein, Gordon, Graham, Grainger, Gwinner, Halstead, Harless Harrell, Higdon, Hiles, Hill, Hogue, Hosmer, Irvin, johnson Joyner, Kettell, Koch, Lake, I., Lake, R., Lemay, Lewis, Long Loper, McBrayer, McRae, lVlChVl1i1't61', Manning, Mason, I., Mason P., Massey, Mayfield, Meeks, Miller, Mills, Mixon, Morris, Morton Nelson, Newton, Norton, O'Connor, Palmer, Parker, Pate, Parsons Phillips, Plylar, Poe, Polk, Ray, Reid, Rozelle, Sanders, H., Sanders I., Sanford, Scott, Seale, Sher, Sokol, Staggs, Stauch, Steele, Street Stephens, Stribling, Thornton, Tumlin, VVallace, Watts, VVhite Williams, Wfeeks, VVessons, VVright, Zivitz, Ballard. s w 1 s The objectives of the University of Alabama Market- ing Club are as follows: to further the professional de- velopment of its members, to promote closer relations among students, faculty, and businessmen, to instill high ethical standards in its members, and to promote sound concepts concerning marketing for all members. a 1 a : a a Page 404 Phi Chi Theta is a professional fraternity for women. The purpose and particular objectives of this organiza- tion are to promote higher business education and train- ing for all women, to foster high ideals for women in business careers, and to encourage fraternity and coop- eration among women preparing for such careers. Marketing Club i OFFICERS PIGS1Cl0Ht -......,.......... ...,...,....,................. R ichard R. Blackwell lst Vice President ,,.,,,. ,,,,,,,, R Obert S, Stephens 2nd Vice President ..... ..... E mery Charles Kettell t Secretary ............... ,,-.,. B renda E. Harless Treasurer ..... Eugene E. Rozelle l ig? 'ff Ol"l"ICliltS President ,,,.,, , 1 Auua llawlxius S t u d e II t N ll r S e S 1st Vice President Dorcas Cobb 2nd Vice President , ,lane Terri-ll Q Q Recording Secretary Becky Moore S S 0 C I a t I o n Corresponding Secretary Carol Aunt- May Treasurer ,,,,,,,,,,,, , Mitzi Lott Parliamentarian Mary Ioyeo Cranade Membership in UASXA is open to any nursing stu- h R it h dent enrolled in the baccalaureate program. This year P a e a P a the organization has attempted to interest more students in the many aspects of nursing by improving communi- cation among the members, participating in district, state, and national student nursing associations, as well as pro- viding programs of general as well as medical interest' for the campus. The Delta Chapter of Alpha Beta Alpha, national un- dergraduate library science fraternity, was established in 1953 and has grown to become ABA,s largest chapter with 511 alumni, 21 actives, and 29 pledges. Following the theme "It,s Like Thisv, programs cover- ing graduate school, international libraries, and book OFFICERS printing were presented by former graduates, foreign President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 11 1 ,,,, ,,,, 1 1 1 liutm-m Clqayrig students, and professional librarians. vice President ,,,,, 1 11 1 1 Emily Caldwcil The fall semester culminated in the Senior Banquet Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,,, M1451 1ff,,m-as G, Mifg-114-ll featuring a prominent Tuscaloosa author as guest. High- Treasurer r,,rr, 1 1 Linda Iieit-irwt-in lighting the spring semester, recruitment day enabled Reporter ,rr,,,, eii, 1 11 iglimlwill King ABA to give interested high school students information Sponsor ,,r,. . Mrs. Pauline Foster on opportunities in library science. FIRST ROW CLett to Rightl: Beverly Calhoun, Nancy Stewart, Barbara Williams, Meri Hamilton. SECOND ROW: Dee Johnston, Marcia Ray, Mrs. Pauline Foster, Linda Reichwein, Patricia Chavis, Frances Mitchell, Beth King, Anne Nichols, Mary Helen Roberts. THIRD ROW: Mona Pritchett, Alice Gerald, Jean Trice, Fing Ying Sun, Anne Cooke, Evelyn Hendon, Mary Ambrester, Teresa Taylor, Ernes- tine Thigpen, Jo Phipps, Linda Esslinger, Sandra Patton, Cecilia Green, Brenda Clark, Bonnie Miller, Judy Lane, Sharon Jernigan, Eubert Lloyd. ,W 1' A . .., , MEMBERSHIP VVillia1n Thompson Adams, Carl VVayne Albright, Thomas Arm- strong, Michael Atkinson, Samuel Patrick Ballard, Samuel Boykin, Gerald Stanley Brown, Ronald Chesley Brown, Michael Byers, Robert Campbell, Alvin Joel Connor, John Daniel, Ronald Davis, Harvell Deas, Bernard Digiorgio, John Frank Dollar, Harvey Mitchell Donaldson, John Phillip Duke, Joseph Durham, James Fair- cloth, Kavenough Francis, Leonard Gibson, Ronald Forrest Gross, Charles Granade, Thomas Hagood, Roger Hall, Zane Hoit, Stanley Jackson, Richard Allen Jacobs, Malcolm Crawford Johnson, Ronnie Justice, Donald Ray Kemp, W'illiam Kemp, Kenneth Laborde, William Lampkin, David Luff, James McDaniel, VVilliam Marlar, William Marshall, William Chris Mathison, Terry M-eek, Ben Miree, William Hugh Mixon, William Morris, Robert Moyer, Jamer Mullins, John Neergaard, Michael Nichols, Terry Ogletree, Robert Glenn Priddy, Charles Rampacek, Robert Ray Richwine, William Earl Salter, John Sekas, Reinhard Schamowski, Robert Snellgrove, Vincent Vfayne Sparks, John Ray Sullivan, Charles Philip Terrier, John Thomas, John Milton Troha, Jon Donald Tromblee, Jimmy Willing- ham, Jerry Wills, Raymond Yates. Look! We have ci 12" T.V. Page 406 Theta Tau This year marks Theta Tau's sixtieth year of existence, and Mu Chapter's forty-second year at the University of Alabama. With these sixty years goes the claim of be- ing the largest and oldest professional engineering frater- nity. During the past year Theta Tau became the first pro- fessional fraternity to be granted permission to oper- ate a chapter lmo-use on campus. Our present chapter house is an humble bungalo on Thomas Street, but we hope that this beginning will grow into a bright future in all campus affairs. Our members include the president, vice-president, se- cretary-treasurer of Engineering, two SGA Senators, four SGA Representatives and other campus leaders. Theta Taus are represented in ODK, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Scabbard and Blade, Arnold Air Society, Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Pi Mu, Pi Tau Sigma, Chi Epsilon, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Gamma Tau, and Gamma Sigma Epsilon, to name a few. With twenty new pledges and a better house coming Theta Tau looks to a future of providing engineering leadership for campus affairs. OFFICERS Regent ,.........,. ...........,,.,,,,,,..,,,, Vice Regent ,..,.. Scribe ,,...,.,r., Treasurer ,....,.....,....,...,,,,,.., ,,,,,,, Corresponding S ecretaiy John E. Daniel Pete Donaldson Zane Hoit John M. Troha Phil Duke fd' ""i' wwf..- Page 407 Adams, W. T Albrighf Aikinson Ballard Brown, G. S. Brown, R. C. Byers Campbell Conner Daniel Davis Deas Digiorgio Dollar Donaldson Duke Durham Fuirclofh Gibson Goss Hagood Hall Hoit Jackson Jacobs Kemp Laborde Lumpkin McDaniel Marshall Maihison Miree Mixon Moyer Mullins Neergaard Nichols Oglefree Rcmpacek Richwine Salter Sekas Snellgrove Sparks Terrier Thomas Troha Tromblee Willingham Yates FIRST ROW Cleft to Rightl: Adron Terrell, Law- ton Higgs, Jim Judd, Larry Parsons, Lewis Pin- son, Roger Bryant. SECOND ROW: Joel Ken- nemer, William H. Kemp, Wayne Brooks, Richard Haskew, Jimmy Maxwell, Herman Lawrence, Wayne Harris. THIRD ROW: Ed Jungerman, David Loveless, Steve Meeks, Bill Scott, Larry Kimmons, Glenn Priddy. FOURTH ROW: Don Broad, Jeff Lienau, Dwayne Crider, Prof. Willard F. Gray, Clark Boman. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Incorporated, is the largest professional engineering soc- iety in the world. It was founded in 1884. Its aims include the advancement of the theory and practice of electrical engineering or the related arts and sciences. Student branches of the IEEE are established in more than 200 approved colleges, universities, technical institutes and schools throughout the world. The activities of a student branch of the IEEE provide students with an unusual opportunity to associate educationally and socially with fellow engineering students. The American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers at the University of Alabama is the student branch of the National AIME professional or- ganization. This student association was chiartered at this University in 1938, and has remained an active and integral part of the College of Engineering. This organi- zation is an important phase of mineral industry educa- tion and through the facets of the institute, emphasis has been placed on strong cooperation between the school and the industry. OFFICERS Chairman ,........ ,.,........,...........i ..... I am es H. Judd, Ir. Vice Chairman .,.. .........., L awton Higgs Treasurer ....,..,,. ..............,,......... R ichard Haskew Secretary ......,......... ..............................,. C lenn Priddy Faculty Advisor ........, ...... P rofessor Richard S. Simpson Department Head ...,..., ....., P rofessor Willard F. Cray A. I. M. E. OFFICERS I President ........,..,. ,,.,.,.,,,,,,rr.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,l, , ,,,,, I i rn Baleg Vice President .................. s.,.s..... .......,... B i ll Meadows SGCFGFZITY-T1'GElSL1fGI .,,,,,,,,,..,...,,.,.,,r,v,v,,,,,, ,,,,,,-, T almadge lVIOSley Engineering Counsel Representative ,,,r ,,.,,,r.,,,,,,,,, B ill Owen Refreshment Committee .......,..,...,,.,,,,, ..,,r..,,.... 1 esse Cooley M--. Dr. David Grubbs Fred Clarkson Edward Planz Sponsors .,,..,,..,.,,,...,-,,-,, FIRST ROW CLett To Riglitl: Bill Owens, Bill Meadows, Joel Richard- son, Raymond Bishop. SECOND ROW: Jerry Bell, Larry Wilson, Alvin Von Hagel, Tom Lindeman, Bernard Von Hagel, Talmadge AAncnIcnl Iirn R1-'Inc TI-IIDIW mw- FIRST ROW fLeft to Rightl: Owen, Hopkins, Belcling, Batchelor, White. SECOND ROW: Swanson, Givhan, Shoemaker, Milcle, Erwin. THIRD ROW: Carter, Reed, Martin, Johnson, Schorn. FOURTH ROW: Carpenter, Chesser, Boutwell, Robertson, Selcas. FIFTH ROW: French, Creighton, Thompson, Elgin. SIXTH ROW: Kuenzel, McConnell, Schoetzle. The American Institute of Industrial Engineers is a nationally recognized organization for industrial engi- neers. The organization was founded at Ohio State Uni- versity in 1948 by Professor YVyllis G. Stanton, who is now at the University of Alabama. The Alabama Chap- ter was founded shortly thereafter as a society for indus- trial engineers devoted to the professional and intellec- tual development of its members. AIIE keeps the students up to date on the latest de- velopments in the engineering field by sponsoring a di- versified program of interesting and informative extra- curricular activities throughout thie year. These activities include lectures, forums, meetings, field trips to places of engineering interest, and participation in Engineers Diay. A. S. M. E. The University of Alabama student branch of the A- merican Society of Mechanical Engineers is devoted to the professional and intellectual development of the stud- ents of Mechanical Engineering. ASME offers its members an opportunity to partici- pate in the publication of a monthly engineering paper, field trips, students, paper contests, programs with pro- minent speakers from education or industry, and vari- ous social functions such as the Christmas party. A. I. I. E. Page 409 SEATED CLeft to Righty: Tevfik Erkut, Robert G. Derrick, John H. Horn, Hugh Donald Ratliff, Robert E. Busby, James G. Grier. STANDING: James Larry Barlow, John L. West, James C. Joiner, Samuel L. Roy, George Richardson, John W. Haughton, Jaime Villegas, Bruce B. Allen, Jim W. Clark, Newton A. Perry, Phil D. Brown, Bob David- son, Ronald Brown. American Founclrymen OFFICERS President -,AA--A,-,---, ,,,,--.A,,,,.,,..,.... .,... C h arles C. Matlock Vice President ,,,,,A.. .----.----,------ - JOITH P- DUICG Secretary Treasurer ,..,..A.,.... Richard D. Buchanan Faculty Advisor .,..,.,. Professor Ray L. Farabee The American Foundrymenis Society was founded in Philadelphia in 1896 to establish and promote and ex- change of ideas and technical data between those asso- ciated in the foundry industry. The Alabama student chapter was founded in February, 1951, with the goal of working toward a more technical understanding of the foundry industry and the new concepts of mechani- zation. The Alabama chapter, through the technical leader- ship of the Birmingham chapter and its faculty advisor, and through first-hand knowledge provided by plant trips, students interested in the foundry keep abreast with the many advances in the industry. FIRST ROW CLeft to Rightl: Professor R. L. Farabee, F. M. Pruett, J. P. Duke, J. M. Schlutz, Jr., E, Hixon, W. H. Mixon, T. J. Beck. SECOND ROW: W. K. Francis, V. Schnider, W. T. Adams, W. H. Owen, J. M. Fairsloth, Jr., J. Siegel, R. D. Buchanan. THIRD ROW: R. Davis, R. C. Garrett, H. W. Carlisle, C. L. Tuggle, J. P. Morris, S. P. Givhan, J. N. Stokes, R. E. Moyer, C. G. Matlock. NOT PICTURED: B. T. Bobbitt, M. W. Haney, H. D. Brettschneider, J. M. Wilkins, R. D. Kyzer, W. W. Rust, J. C. Joiner, J. E. Lee, D. J. Gaines. A. S. C. E. The purpose of the American Society of Civil Engi- neers is to help the civil engineering student prepare himself for entry into the profession and the society and enrich his college courses by beginning those professional contacts and associations which, continued through life, are so valuable to the practicing engineer. President ............ Vice President ..... Secretary ...,...... Treasurer ......... Yearbook Editor Assistant Editor OFFICERS john E. Daniel Bobby C. Moss Julian L. McDonald Thomas Christopher Jerry D. Sellers Ronnie C. Tustice FIRST ROW CLett to Rightj: Daniel, Moss, Donahoo, Goss, Mikclashi, Justice Hicks, Maness, Hagood, Digiorgio, McDaniel, Christopher. SECOND ROW: Walter, Duncan, Lanier, Headland, Perrymcm, Sellers, A.Iverson, Carruba, O'Rorke, Snellgrove, Corbin, Anderson. THIRD ROW: Fairsloth, Edwards, Hickman, Harclegree, Traudt, Wright, Cobb, Hardwick, Leamon, Garrett, McDonald, Sekas, Miree, Bishop, Dahlke, Magro. MEMBERS Carl Albright, Helen Allison, Mike Altoonian, Donald Andrews, Sam Boykin, T ony Mack Brothers, Robert Chappell, Alan Chow, David Cormany, George Crenshaw, Joseph Durham, James Far- row, Earl Ferguson, Joe Fletcher, Leonard Cibson, Victor Grimes, H. VV. Holland, WValter Horn, George Hundley, Harrison Jennings, John Jones, John Kmetz, Alvllllillll Lawrence, John Lackeos, Alwyn Lanz, Tsai An Lu, Richard Massari, WVayne McGraw, Robert Mc- Kemie, Andrew Mills, Maurice Mitchell, Justin Myrick, Joseph Nall, Dudley Nelson, Cim Shel: Ng, Marvin Padgett, William Ogden, Vijaykumar Parekh, James Pinion, Ronald Poole, Shelton Price, Ernest Raper, Lee Harold Richey, Jack Richter, R. R. Richwine, Dennis Rigsby, John Roberson, Wyane Salter, Carl Schneider, James Seals, Leland Sisson, James B. Smith, James Robert Smith, Wayne Sparks, Bobby Spencer, Robert Starnes, David Stephenson, David St. John, Jon Sullivan, Daniel Thomas, William Tidmore, James Tucker, Dennis VVarnmack, Chahner Wayland, James VVeiss, Thomas Wheeler, Jimmy Willingham, Jerry Wfills, Charles Wood, Johnny Young, lrVilliam Ward. The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronau- tics, founded February 1, 1963, by a merger of the American Rocket Society and the Institute of the Aero- space Sciences, is the principal United States aerospace technical society. Its objective is the advancement of the art, science, and technology of aeronautics and asto- nautics. Programs for the student branch include events such as lectures by leaders in aeronautical and astronautical developments. Individual accomplishment among stu- dent members is encocouraged through an AIAA re- gional student conference each year, where graduate and undergraduate students present original technical papers. Two awards are given each year. The Outstanding Achievement Award is presented to a student and a lec- ture award is given to the best lecturer. Page 4l'l A. I. A. A. Chairman ,.,,..., Vice Chainnan Secretmy ...,...., Treasurer ....,,,.. Faculty Advisor OFFICERS William R. Lawrence Charles R. Hurst William C. Tidmore Michael O. Altoonian Professor J. E. Bailey Alpha Psi Omega University Players supplies the manpower behind the activities of the University Theatre. Requiring no prev- ious experience-only a willingness to work-members come from almost every department on campus, the faculty, and townspeople. From the membership come actors, technicians, costumers, publicists, and directors who transform raw material into the theatrical magic of a finished show. University Players Every year the group undertakes four major produc- tions and Studio Theatre. The latter is a student-produc- ed venture which raises funds to send representatives to the Southeastern Theatre Conference and Tryouts. The productions this year included, i'Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mama's Hung You in the Closet and lim Feelin' So Sad," "Knock, or The Doctor Triumphantf 'iLoosebough the Firstf and "Waltz of the Toreadorsf, FIRST ROW CLeft to Rightl: Marx C. Sterne, George Bauer, Randel Oaks. SEATED: Don Mohr, Barrie Thurlow, Martha Youngson. STANDING: Dr. Marian Gallaway, Morris Friedman, Ward Haarbauer, Carol Johnson, Tom Nowell, Ginger Davis. FIRST ROW CLett to Rightj: Ginger Davis, Mary Anne Johnson, Tom Nowell, George Bauer, Dr. Marian Gallaway, Mary C. Sterne. SECOND ROW: Mary Hutto, Barrie Thurlow, Carol Johnson, Martha Youngson, Carol Dasher, Alice Schwartz, Sarah Helen Teal, Beverly Wright. THIRD ROW: Morris Friedman, Bill Eshelman, Wayne York, Randall Houston, Don Mohr, Randel Oaks, Julian Oaks, Ward Haarloauer. Page 412 The Arnold Air Society, established in 1947, is a na- tional organization for outstanding advanced cadets in the Air Force ROTC Program that have been recognized for their contriubtion to leadership and high academic performance in college and the AFROTC program. The Arnold Air Society has one hundred and sixty-seven squadrons at colleges across the nation. The Thomas I-I. Borders squadron was founded at the University of Ala- bama in 1951. Scabbard and Blade OFFICERS Captain ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,..,. I ohn C. Falkenberry lst Lieutenant ......, ....... TX 4alSOlm G. YV21itt 2nd Lieutenant ..... ..... W Villiam K. Clements First Sergeant ,,-,,.,, ...... A lbert D. Christian Scabbard and Blade is a national military honorary fraternity with over 100 chapters across the United States. K Company, 5th Regiment, was founded at the University of Alabama in 1946 and has maintained a high position on the campus since that time. Members of Scabbard and Blade are chosen from ca- dets enrolled in advanced Army ROTC who have achiev- ed outstanding records in scholarship, leadership, character, and military proficiency, as Well as in extra- curricular activities. Commander ...,.... Exccutive Officer .,,.,. Operations Officer ...... Administration Officer Comptroller .,.,.......,..,.... Information Officcr ,..,, Chaplain .....,....., .. Advisor ..... Arnold Air Society FIRST ROW CLefT to Rightl: Nelson, Cooper, Ruple. SECOND ROW: Oliver, Williams, Putman, Hoit, Sotherland. THIRD ROW: Mims, Grimes, Konior, Grosse, Relfe. FOURTH ROW: Hclrris, Kemp, Wilson, Colburn, Barron. FIFTH ROW: Scott, Orton. OFFICERS ....--- Leon E. Cooper Iames Y. Massey VVilliam H. Kemp ...... Samuel L. Rupple .. ...,. - ....... Travis Scott Stephen A. Orton Cavid C. Hzu-ris Ralph E. Nelson, USAF Page 413 Air Force Cadet Officers Club " "W wfvw- , ,. 1 tgssgg, mg if f ss xx a Stax - f X rw f ' ,S 0 W, f It I Q15 Y Kem . . at M X.-0 - Vila' fafwwf a X551 e Q sf. N N555-A ffkefak tis- A9 ' X ' . fwwy, .. N59 twaw. xg. W . x X35 vs.4.wfg,. as Y, J K R W Q I In X, as af as ' P I f sa vu -yy, V, . , ,kv WL Q , i .- - - ' 12" NS 1? N Q- A N KN 4 ykxva .mewa , ,,,...tls . wWv.9ewfw,, N age f i V W?v'?wfwM if A ' ' at at a MRA H , Q55 -, x ' Z X ' ' X 2 1 , s , X e, were, t,tM,,,ttM ,JM,sssax..m,at4,, , ,W ,fn X, , f at at V. wiswfltksz ,- . . .. - ZA ,Aww te vs we ga .... ...... - Q R Q X4 ' - ,f 6 1, - g .' Q, iw14wf3'a2f yi r. X551-ivy. 4 Q ,ei fcf fy f '11 7. 5 -2 'fm fu ' O4gci2x,5s.i. f,"w'f' ,fa -JV' f 7 449'.xI,, PM " , sa A f X X, sv, 'xv NNN X ,mm A , xt X is ds Q i M 'NSXQYSQ Sa Nw ,Ms NW? Membership in the AFROTC Cadet Officers Club is extended to each advanced AFROTC cadet. The Club sponsors two annual social activities each spring, the Spring Banquet and the Air Force Ball. The Club pro- motes additional programs of a social nature and extends to each cadet the opportunity to meet and to know better the other cadet officers and detachment officers. OFFICERS President ......... ............,.....ll...... P1 andy Southerland Vice President .r,l O - ..,.... ..... R ick Putman Secretary ....... a. ...,. Perry Relfe Treasurer ,,,l ................e.. B ill Gray Advisor ...,, .... C aptain Ira F. Allen 1965 Cadet Officers Club Page 414 Sponsors The Cadet Members of the Cadet Air Force Officers Club select ten girls every year to serve as sponsors for the Air Force ROTC Detachment. These girls are selected from candidates of the various sororities and dorms on campus. During the spring and fall semesters these sponsors participate in the numerous activities of the Air Force ROTC such as: V-'eekly Drill, Covernor's Day, Presidentis Day and the annual Military Ball. They are sponsored and trained by members of the Cadet Officers Club. Their training includes wearing of their uniform, military courtesy and drill and cere- monies. The Cadet Officers Club is proud of this years selections and feel that these young ladies are genuine representatives of the good taste of the Cadet Officers. 1965 Air Force Ball FIRST ROW CLett to Rightjz Ibby Wyker, Anne Harper, Janet Miles, Frances Rodgers, Jeanne Kendrick. SECOND ROW: Frances Rice, Cindee Hobbs, Kitty McHugh, Leigh Stanford, Jeanne Stamps. Air Force Ball The 1965 Air Force Ball, one of the highlights of the social season was held in Foster Auditorium on March 26. The featured artists at this year's ball were the Air- men of Note, the official dance band of the U.S. Air Force. The Airmen of Note is made up of members of the Air Force who are professional musicians. They have appeared in a number of overseas engagements as well as at hundreds of Universities in the United States. Over a thousand advanced and basic AFROTC Cadets and their dates attended the ball making it one of the largest and most successful functions of the year. Page 415 Army Cadet Officers Club Alabama The Army Cadet Officers Club, composed of the Ad- vanced Cadets, was established in 1923. It contributes to the Es-pirit de corps of the Cadet Brigade by adding a social organization to the Military Department. The club is responsible for the selection of the brigade spon- sors, the presentation of the mlitary ball, sponsoring of the commissioning receptions, a cadet officers Wives cof- fee and various other social events. It is the aim of the Officers Club to build a true feeling of unity and loyalty. The Officers Club endeavors to show that military training is of value socially as well as in the field of leadership. OFFICERS President ,,,..,.,.... ..................... ........ G e ne P. Slutts Vice President ....... ............. H 6I11'y I. FrObSi.U Secretary ,,,,,.,c, , ,,,. ....,.... A lbert D. Christian, Ir. Treasurer ,,,., .,...,..... L . O. Farris, Ir. if zuxzzz m- J,:1'f5?lQ' ,-fkwf , I V Page 416 wg -ff? tm 1 Dr. Rose, Mrs. Paul Bryant, Honorable Commandant of 'Cadets and Sponsors. Cadet Social side of ROTC- Officers Activities The Reward-Commission as Second Lieutenant Page 417 Society I-'or The Advancement Of Management The Society for the Advancement of Management is the recognized national professional society of manage- ment people in industry, commerce, government, and education. The University of Alabama student chapter, installed in the fall of 1951, was formed by students to promote the study of scientific principles of modern management in all fields of human endeavor, to aid in developing the highest ethical standards of management, and to encourage study and research for the betterment of our standard of living through the application of these principles. The chapter brings together students, instruc- tors, businessmen, and others for the study of manage- ment problems. OFFICERS President ........,..,....... .................. .. ....... H orace G. Mullen, Ir. lst Vice President ........ - ......... ............. - Jim Lawler 2nd Vice President ...,. ........ F -eliz Vereen Secretary .......,.,....., .............. I ane Evans Treasurer ..,., ........ K enneth Sanders American Society Of Training Directors The purpose of this organization is to provide the slu- dent information on current training developments, ideas. and methods and to further the interest of profes- sional improvement of training and training administra- tion essential for effective management. OFFICERS President ............. ......,. - ...........,.. ...... I ii rr Carpenter Vice President ............ ....... H orace Logan Secretary Treasurer ....... ...,,..... N ewton Gilliland Faculty Advisor ......... ....,, D r. Minnie C. Miles MEMBERS Terry Akridge, William Bankey, George Brugge, Ir., Jim Car- penter, Ronald Gox, lane Evans, Newton Gilliland, Vinson Grosse, Owen Hammett, Grady Kindred, Horace Logan, Edgar McFarland, Elbert Meadows, Curtis Preston, Iam-es Shelton, James Spencer, Toby Stubbs, Robert Wheeler. Page FIRST ROW CLeft to Rightl: Iane Evans, N-ewton Gilliland, jim Carpenter, Horace Logan, Dr. Minnie C. Miles. SECOND ROVV: George Brugge, Ir., Vinson Grosse, Terry Ak- ridge, Robert NVheeler. THIRD ROW: Edgar McFarland, Owen Hammett, Iames Spen- cer, James Shelton, Elbert Meadows. OFFICERS AND MEMBERS Beppy Forehand, President, Jane Ellen Lewis, Vice President, Susan Giles, Secretary, Sandra Higginbotham, Treasurer, Becky Bailey Cam- mack, Historian, Carol Self, Reporter, Adams, I., Adams, I. D., Adams, P., Allen, Barnes, Barnhill, Batts, Bonds, Bonnecarre, Bracey, Bradford, L., Bradford, P., Braswell, Brascomb, Bullock, Blackwell, Caminack, Caspcrs, Chambers, Clement, Clemmons, Cobb, Cochrane, Coker, Collier, Cooper, Dahlke, Dasher, Davenport, Davies, Dobbs, I., Dahhs, M., Dowdle, Dowdy, Drake, Duncan, Dunn, Edmunds, Ellis, Faircloth, Fargason, Faulk, Fogg, Ford, Forehand, Foster, Fox, Garner, Geifors, Giles, Grafton, Grambling, Gray, Griffin, I., Griffin, L., Grove, Harrison, Higginbotham, Hobrat, Hogan, Holder, Holt, Hostie, Hubbard, Huffman, Itlurley, Iernigan, jones, Kendrick, Kidd, Lanier, Lewis, Lindsey, Luker, McClinton, McGraw, McXVhortcr, Maltcr, iviafsimll, Marona. Mason, Matthews, Maulter, Meachen, Mitchell, Mosley, Murray, Nason, Pacy, Parker, Payne, Peters, Phillips, Pitts, Potter, Price, Powell, Rasbury, Rea, Roberson, Ross, Ruehl. Sebring, Self, Singleton, Skinner. Spree, Stephens. Stewart, South, Turner, Twitly, Vlfade, iVallace, XVcbb, Wfebstcr, Wfclch, Wfeygand, VVhatley, WVhite, Wilson, I., Wilson, K., XVollen, XVong, YVoodham. The student chapter of The American Institute of In- terior Designers was organized at the University of Ala- bama to promote interest in interior design and decora- o Agnes Ellen Harris Club The Agnes Ellen Harris Club is a professional organi- tion and related areas of design, to broaden students, knowledge of and experience with the actual practice of interior design and decoration, to infonn students regard- ing materials, methods, practice and ethics of the pro- fession of interior design and decoration, and to support the puiposes of The American Institute of Interior De- signers. The student chapter works with professional AID members and holds an AID Seminar in the spring. MEMBERS Sallie Aman, Katheleen Blackwell, Adele B. Chester, Alan Comer, Nancy F. Conway, Ianice Crews, Delores Dikis, Elizabeth Free- man, Donna Godwin, Cherry Hicks, Cleo Kilgore, Mickey Kroelinger, Sarah Lindsey, Shirley Macomber, Anita Mengher, Chris Milazzo, Patricia S. Miree, Virginia Montgomery, Faye O,Gwynn, Risalind Osborn, Harriette Rush, Mary Stewart, Gail Thompson, Camille Twitt, Sue XValler, Linda 'Wilkins zation in the School of Home Economics, and it is affil- iated with both the Alabama and the American Home Economics Associations. Founded in 1931 and named for the first dean of the School of Home Economics, the Agnes Ellen Harris Club functions as a cultural and aca- demic addition to the lives of its members. The membership is composed of majors in Home Eco- nomics and Home Economics Education. By means of group projects and guest speakers in a variety of home- making fields, the club promotes' the cultural ideals and all-around values of home economics. Meetings are held once a month. The club is ably as- sisted and sponsored by Miss Patricia Hendrickson, in- structor in clodiing. orricnas p D Pregideilt ,,,--,,,,,,.-,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,..,,..,,,.,. ........... C l 'ITIS MIIHZZO Vice President ........... ...................... ...... N an cy F. Conway Secretary-Treasurer ..... --..-.-.-------- S Elllie A111211 Advisor ,,,,,-.-.-,.,-,,,,,,,, ...... M rs. Doris Burton tudent Chapter of the American Institute of Interior Design , ,f'ZVs'1J3,?"i annul FIRST ROW fLeft to Rightlz Dick Miles, Bill Thomas, Ed Still, Ralph Dewherry, John Holmes, Allen Lee, Eddie Bullock. SECOND ROW: Frank Greer, Ronnie Griffin, Donny Tyler, John Jenkins, Tommy Miller, John Hall, Isiah A. Yancy, John Jordan, Bobby Hewes, Bill Boozer, Wade Hope, Roger Himovitz, Eddie Friend. THIRD ROW: Ronnie Reese, Pete Johnson, Rodger Hildreth, Wally Allen, John Finkbiner, Phillip White, Jim Hutto, Bruce Weinstein, BeBo Fitzpatrick, Charles Robinett. Rho Alpha Tau W. W. Allen, W. l. Boozer, E. H. Bullock, P, H. Clary, J. R. Dewheriy, J, A. Finkbiner, W. O. Fitzpatrick, E M. Friend, F. O. Greer, R. R. Griffin, J, T. Hall, R. S. Hewes R. P Hildreth, R. A. Himovitz, J. D. Holmes, J. W. Hope, J. Lf Hutto, J. F. Jenkins, P. R. Jenks, O. L. Johnson, J. H. Jordan, G. E. McCrory, R. M. Miles, J. W. LaMoreaux, W. T. Miller, T. R. Neel, R. W. Reese, C. VV. Simpson, W. R. Stevens, W. E. Still, W. E. Thomas, VV. D. Tyler, B. VV einstein, P. C. VVhite, I. A. Yancy. Rho Alpha Tau was originally founded in 1920 for the purpose of preparing freshmen to be capable upperclass- men. Since then, it has grown in its accomplishments and is now dedicated to developing cooperation and un- derstanding among freshmen students and the entire stu- dent body. Page 420 This honorary service society serves as a foundation upon which freshmen prepare themselves for future ser- vice to the student body of the University of Alabama and as a builder of future campus leaders. Rho Alpha Tau is composed of one delegate from the pledge class of each fraternity on campus, seven non- fraternity members, and a maximum of three area stu- dents who are selected as being qualified for member- ship by the active members of Rho Alpha Tau. Members of Rho Alpha Tau usher for all the Concert- Lecture Series programs, sponsor the Cutest Freshman contest and dance, work at the "A" Day game and at Bama Day, provide a Christmas project for Partlow State School, give a program for the VA hospital, deco- rate for Governor's Day and assist with Jasons Jamboree. Through these projects members broaden their interests and become aware of the traditions which have truly en- riched this society. OFFICERS President ..,..., -,,,,,,,,,-.,,,-,,-,-.-,, , ,,--., B ill Thomas Vice President ..,,., ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, E d Still Secretary ....... ,.,,..,. R alph Dewberry Treasurer ....... John Holmes . . .. .. mm., .mmm -yum... 1 FIRST ROW Cleft to Rightl: Ray, Bittner, Jones, Clary, Oliver, Daniel, Knowles. SECOND ROW: Traywick, Ellis, Newman, Cook, Buttram, Hammond, Lewis, Davis, Skinner, LaMoreaux. THIRD ROW, Drummond, Simpson, Nestman, Williams, Holt, McMullins, Shaw, Goodson, Graves, Brown, Standard. Circle K The Circle K Cluh, estahlished at the University in 1957, is an international service organization composed of 500 clubs and over 9700 memhers. Circle K is not merely an organization, hut a driving force, developing leadership for tOIHO1'I'OXV while creating a hetter uni- versity today. OFFICERS President Y,Y,Y777.Y.,.,.,...,.. V,,,,Y,Y7,,,7,7,, . . .. Ron Clary lst Vice President ,,,l, , , Mike Oliver 2nd Vice President ,l,,.,.. . Dan Bittner Secretary ,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,, , . john Ray District Secretary' .....v. tttttt I toward Daniel Ol the more than 400 college organizations which have come into heing since 1776, Alpha Phi Omega is the only national fraternity devoted essentially to service. The idea came from a Navy officer, Frank R. Horton, who presided over several court-martial hoards during the First YVorld Yllar. He resolved to give young men the right start by holding up before them a standard of man- hood. Therefore, Alpha Phi Omega was founded Decem- her 16, 1925, at LaFayette College. Since then, Alpha Phi Omega has developed into more than 300 chapters at colleges throughout the United States. These chapters are perpetuated by three funda- mentals: Leriflemlzip, Friend.5'lzip, and Service. Alpha Phi Omega FIRST ROW CLeft to Rightjn Headland, Hall, Coburn, 3rd Vice-President, Butler, Treasurer, Smith, President, Ann Dahlene, Sweetheart, Kroelinger, lst Vice-President, Pudgett, Secretary, Axel, Historian, Worrall, Harper. SECOND ROW: Hallman, Smart, Pardue, Mahan, Colquett, Moseley, Carter, McLellan, Newman, Koniar, Nelson, Robison, Ellison, Williams, Ahlstrom. THIRD ROW: Ryan, Henry, Francis, Addy, Justice, McDonald, Perry, Markham, Shields, Eager, Lanz. 47 il OFFICERS D e b a t e S q u a d Manager ..Vw..A.....V ..-...w7................ ....A,. F 0 umier Gale Assistant Manager .,.,,.. ,...,. M ary John Smith Director of Forensics .......A... ....,. A nnabel Hagood Asst. Director of Forensics ................. Michael Minchew Asst. to the Director of Forensics .......,...................... Nancy Hoison FIRST ROW CLett to Rightjz Sandra Whitmire, Esta Myers, Jo Anne McCoullough, Kay Wienancl, Virginia Blackwell. SECOND ROW: Nancy Hoison, Thomas Farmer, Bruce DiPlacido, Fournier Gale, John Harte, Allen Lee, Jack Drake, Jerry Selman, Mary John Smith. THIRD ROW: Michael Minchew, Brooks Hill, Henry Zangwill, Ed Still, Lynn Nelson, George Jennings, Jim Harris. MEMBERS Virginia Blackwell, Bruce DiPlacido, jack Drake, Thomas Farmer, Fournier Gale, Jim Harris, Iohn Harte, Brooks Hill, Nancy Hoison, Ctorffc cnnin s Allen Lec oAnne McCoullou h Michael Min ff AIA ar, J xl. g, w - chew? Esta Myers, Lynn Nelson, Jerry Selrnan, Mary john Smith, Ed Still, Sandra Whitmire, Kay Vfienand, Henry Zangwill. Page 422 The Alabama Debate Squad is designed to provide a unique educational experience for undergraduate stu- dents and to provide representation for the University of Alabama at intercollegiate debate tournaments. Ala- bama debate teams have a Winning tradition, with over one hundred and fifty trophies, plaques, and trays grac- ing the trophy case. Alabama has been one of three col- leges and universities in the nation to win the National Debate Tournament on two occasions. During the past year, Alabama debaters traveled more than twenty-two thousand miles representing the Uni- versity in regional, national, and international debate competition. Participation in debate broadens educational experi- ence, While providing, an exchange of ideas and offering the best in intellectual competition with outstanding stu- dents from the entire nation. President .,.,,.,.. Vice President .,.... Secretary-Treasurer Chaplain ....k,..w.,..... Program Chairman .i., Projects Chairman ....,,.,.. Scholarship Chairman Social Chairman .....,... Publicity Chairman ..,..,,.. Membership Chairman Historian .............. .. ..... .. OFFICERS Mary Jo Jernigan Theresa Abrams Priscilla Nichols Jackie I-Iatmaker Beth Moore Amelia Kyle Joyce Tyler Jackie Tucker Alice Hamilton Paula Gray Patti Hicks Town Girls Association, a division of the Associated Women Students, endeavors to inform its members of University activities and to encoruage their participation in them. Its membershipq is composed of all women stu- dents having residence in Tuscaloosa County. A membership tea is given by Town Girls at the be- ginning of the school year welcoming Tuscaloosa freshman girls to the University and to Town Girls. In addition to this and several other socials, Town Girls As- sociation pertorms worthwhile service projects for the University and the Tuscaloosa community. Meetings are held weekly in the Union Building. The Alabama Student Union has reserved Boom 9 for Town Girls who wish to drop by between classes. Town Girls MEMBERS Theresa Abrams, Jeanie Adams, Wynn Alexander, Linda Arm- strong, Judy Beal, Shirley Bennett, Joy Booth, Billie Blair, Karen Boozer, Lynnette Bostick, Glenda Brewer, Patsy Bruce, Jerri Burnette, Faye Burroughs, -Pam Butler, Jan Calhoun, Carolyn Clark, Carol Copeland, Barbara Cox, Elinor Crowder, Jan Disney, Diane Dowdy, Vickie Earnest, Sandra Gleisberg, Rebecca Glenn, Mary Jane Giles, Paula Gray, Judy Green, Joy Grigg, Hddegarde I-Iahn, Alice Hamilton, Jackie Hatrnaker, Betty Hayes, Gene Hen- derson, Sissy Hcrrod, Cheryl Hildreth, Betty Jo Holley, Netta Hol- ley, Susan Holloman, Paulette Hood, Betsy Hoole, Carol Hughes, Kay Jernigan, Mary Jo Jernigan, Carol Kain, Charlotte Koch, Kay Koeppel, Glenda La Grone, Ann Lee, Linda Lewis, Barbara Matthews, Judy Lyon, Jo Ann Maxwell, Robin McCrory, Jane McKinzey, Beth Moore, Linda Nelson, Marilyn Murphy, Priscilla Nichols, Fern Niehuss, Marilyn Northcutt, Brenda Noland, Carol Pennington, Doris Pinion, Laura Lee Ray, Cheryl Reynolds, Jo Ann Rice, Ginny Richards, Kathy Sherer, Linda Skinner, Linda Smitherman, Martha Standridge, Diane Stansell, Carolyn Stewart, Mary Frances Storey, Connie Strickland, Rubye Fay Taylor, Teresa Taylor, Jackie Tucker, Joyce Tyler, Fran Vining, Annette NValker, Mary Beth Wear, Patricia WVhite, Mary Evans Williams, Nancy Yarbrough. Page 423 President, Anne Nichols, lst Vice President, Ann Lee, 2nd Vice President, Betty Waite, Recording Secretary, Claire Birchtield, Corres- ponding Secretary, Patti Hicks, Treasurer, Linda Washington, Chaplain, Mary Beth Wear, Historian, Joyce Tyler, Publicity Chairman, Helen Naugle, Projects Chairman, Marilyn Mathison, Membership Chairman, Nancy Meyer, Reporter, Brenda Alexander. YWCA The Young VVomen's Christian Association, which was founded in 1899, is the oldest womenis organization on campus and is open to all women students registered at the University. Its' purpose is to stimulate each girlis in- terest in the rest of the world and to unite women in a desire to realize full and creative life through, a growing knowledge of Cod. Program interests have included the following topics: campus history, campus mores, poverty, relations with Latin American countries, and the role of women in the world today. 'KYD was able to help the Salvation Army by collecting food and clothing for families at Thanksgiving and help- ing them to raise money for other projects. Another main activity of the year was the traditional campus Christmas tree lighting, at which time a permanent tree was planted on Tutwiler lawn to be used annually for this purpose. tudent Religious ssociation The University of Alabama Student Religious Associa- tion is a service organization composed of representatives from the various student religious centers on campus. Its purpose is to strengthen the religious consciousness of the University and to encourage the exchange of ideas, problems, and plans of the member groups. It is respon- sible for sponsoring the Annual Fall Symposium, Relig- ious Emphasis YVeek, and the presentation of the Ann Inglett Award. OFFICERS President, James Judd, Vice President, Earnest Blakneyg Secretary, Marcia Miller, Treasurer, Fred Feinbergg Public Relations Director, Albert R. Amosg Faculty Advjsor, Rev. Charles Barnes. FIRST ROW fleft to Rightj: Curtis Parker, Charles W. Barnes, Albert R. Amos, Jim Judd, Ernest Blakeney, Marcia Miller, Fred Feinberg. SECOND ROW: Katherine Enger, Terrye O'Bri'en, Eola Hamlett, Terry Hardwick, Diane Davis, Marygena Collier, Kay Fowler, Marion Smith, David Libbers, Marilyn Palmer, Hank Caddell, John Wilkerson, Chad Nestman. ar ,L.s.::a,...,4, -I FIRST ROW CLeft to Righti: Georgina Ambrioso, Jiiay Parekh, Sylvia Clark, Jamshaid Naqvi. SECOND ROW: Mahendra Garg, Anita East, Judith Cain, Snigha Mukerii, David Villafana. THIRD ROW: Jorge Guisasola, Theron Fuller, Vinay Sohoni, Jaime Musalem, Carlos Merlin, Paola Prati. NOT PICTURED: Tarek Sabra, Ester Cohen, Betty Ehlert, Miss Ola Grace Baker. International tuclents Association The International Students Association was founded in 1957, and established its International House at 1001 Riverside Drive in 1959. The association provides a medium in which foreign and American students can interact socially and cultural- ly and foster an understanding between nations through the interchange of ideas. Concerned with the general interests and needs of the foreign students, the membership is open to all stu- dents. The present membership numbers 132 students re- presenting 33 different countries. The association engages in cultural and social programs with participation in cam- pus activities. A big event is the International Show in the spring. Swan Club OFFICERS PI'CSidG11t ,,,,,V..... ,,...,........,,...,. ,,.. G e orgina Ambrioso Vice President ..,,.. ,,,,,,,,,. V ijay Parekh Secretary ......a..1a .,,.....,..,..,, S ylvia Clark 'l'rcaSurer .Y.tt,, ..,...,......, I amshaid Naqvi Advisor ar.. ,,,..... it fliss Ola Grace Baker The Swan Club is an active group on campus, present- ing an outstanding production each spring. Meeting once a week for organized practice, the club works to perfect old skills and develop new ones. Try-outs are announced twice a year-in the fall and spring-and members are selected for their skill and sincere interest. The Swan Club members experience a real sense of accomplishment and pride in the presentation of a show that has occupied much of their time all year. FIRST ROW CLett to Righti: Gaye Loftin, Hildegarde Hahn, Virginia Lacy, Nedda Holley, Hazriette Matthews, Kay Kennedy, Jane Pruitt, Kathy Thweatt, Sherry Gunter. SECOND ROW: Doreen Miley, Susan Staff, Lynn McPhiIIips, Madge Westbrooke, Vicki Pirkle, Cherry Eskew, Libby Gray, Henrietta McCain. THIRD ROW: Linda Collins, President, Kay Morrison, lst Vice-President, Elaine Schwartz, 2nd Vice-President, Jean Fullton, Secretary, Betsy Hinkle, Treasurer, Louise Stickney, Betsy Hoole, Frances Cade, Ann Denton, Barbara Broom, Anna Byrd, Kay Kulman, Mary Evans Williams, Mimi Smith, Ann Blakey, Nancy Smith, Camelia Cooper, Pam Gaia, Jean Ki'patrick, Dot Hinshaw. M"-YN"'W Wa W -M-'fwvwf-tfawsw V 1.. ' f' "-r""w'f-J-fzm-fs a M ,fn 511-Li..-Sai pirit FIRST ROW CLeft to Rightl: Nancy Parker, Barbara Clark, Mary Ann Morthland. SECOND ROW: Patsy Taylor, Donna Jo Holder, Donna Whittle, Martha Huey, Margaret Crabtree. Alabama Spirit Club is a service organization to en- courage and support University athletic and cultural events, and to promote an atmosphere of friendliness on the campus. This year Spirit made posters to help publicize pep rallies. Spirit helps in the selection of Crimson Girls. Membership is open to all Women stu- dents Who meet the initiation requirements. Spirit Usherettes, a branch of Alabama Spirit Club, usher for the Concert and Lecture Series and the University Theatre productions. OFFICERS President ..................... ...... . . .......i.......... Mary Ann Morthland lst Vice President ...,,,, 2nd Vicc President Recording Secretary ..... Corresponding Secretary Social Chair-man ,,,,., Poster Chairman .....,,., Publicity Chairman ..,,,,, Faculty Advisor ,,,,,, 'l reasurcr ........................ pirit Usherettes ,, Martha Huey Donna Holder Ann Bellsnyder Nancy Parker Barbara Clark Patsy Taylor --... Donna Whittle Mrs. Gl Ellen Kampmier enda K. Cuyton Donna Holder, Usher Chairman, Adams, Baker, Bishop, Bonnecarere, Braswell, Bruce, Bullock, Chambers Cribbs Culverson Dugins, Erwin, Ferguson, Fogg, Giles, Glenn, Grant, Green, Griffen, Guin, Haun, S. Hoffman, V. Hoffman, Holston Hblt .lohnsoh Jones, Kampmier, Kennedy, Kinser, Mason, Mauser, Milstead, Mitchell, Mosley, Murray, McClinton, Parker, Payne, Pennel, Pew Polewada, Rea, Skoog, Smith, Spite, Tillery, Triplett, Underwood, Wahlsten, Williamson. I Page 426 A Club Membership in the University of Alabama HAD Club, composed of varsity monogram winners, is a result of having participated in one of the oldest and most success- ful traditions in the United States. The objects of this prestige club are to foster among the students an interest in athletics at the University, to encourage a more Whole- some college spirit, and to promote both ph sical and moral Well-being among the students. The club provides a meeting place for friendly gatherings among the stu- dents who have earned their letters at the University ol? Alabama. OFFICERS Prcsident ,.....,,., .. ...,,,... .,.. . . ,..i,,i,, ,,,,,,,. D an Kearley Vice-Prcsidcnt ....,.. ..... C harlie Stephens Sccretary-Treasurer ..,, .... ' Terry Moore Sargent-At-Arms ,,,... ....... C harles Perry Bob Andrews, Mickey Andrews, Steve Barnette, Ron Bird, Clark Boler, Steve Bowman, Mike Box, Reese Crane, Robert Curry, Jimmy Dill, Ron Wziyiie Freeman, Milton "Buddy" French, Warren Hardy, Hudson Harris, Ronnie Haynes, Pelham Henry, Robert Hickey, Mike Hopper, Dan Kearley, Frankie McClend Cary Martin, Terry Moore, Farris Morton, Joe Namath, Raymond Ogden, Bobby Parks, Charles Perry, Iackie Sherrill, Jim Simmons, Steve Sloan, Charlie Stephens, Tommy Tolleson, Larry Wall, Ashton NW-lls, Bill VVicsman, Richard VVilliainson. Carr, Jerry Craig, Paul Durby, Grady Elmore, on, Caylon McCullough, FIRST ROW CLeft To Rightjz Buddy French, Gaylon McCollough, Mike Hopper, Tommy Tolleson, Charlie Stephens, Ray Ogden, Grady Elmore. SECOND ROW: Jackie Sherrill, Ron Bird, Steve Bowman, Ron Durby, Hudson Harris, Joe Namath, Terry Moore, Dan Kearley, Charlie Perry. THIRD ROW: Bob Andrews, Reese Carr, Warren Hardy, Ashton Wells, .lim Simmons, Paul Crane, Clark Boler, Steve Sloan, Jerry Craig. 'Hilfe ' ir if 'iii' F9 ,i ann, ft! 1 f '?-23' ff f , eg, .7 Page 427 "Official hostesses for the Universityv perhaps best .- describes the role of the Crimson Girls. They are present at pep rallies and all in-state football games. Acting in their capacity as hostesses, the Crimson Girls escort special guests of the University, attend alumni l functions, and display a continuing school spirit. Publicity and management of the Crimson Girls is directed through the Crimson Girl Committee which is also responsible for the planning and direction of their activities throughout the year. Toward the end of the year the Crimson Girl Committee elects one Crimson Girl which it feels has been most outstanding and de- serving of commendation. The twelve Crimson Girls fnot pictured: Ginger Goyer and Libbo Yarbroughj chosen this year were selected from over 200 contestants, each nominated by a sorority or dormitory. They were judged on personality, ap- pearance, and poise by a panel composed of faculty and student members. This year the Crimson Girls represent- ed the University in Miami at the Orange Bowl, pro- viding a fitting climax to a memorable year. Alabama Crimson Girls Head Crimson Girl, Wm cgynxz gkdman Crimson Girl Committee: Donny Kleckler, Lynn Epsmcm, Earl Campbell Page 428 awk Carole Harvard Louise White Judy Einsfein .lucly Marshall Laura Cheatham Carole Hqimsohn B955 MCB,-ide Beclci Jones Mary Jo Brazelfon Page 429 Men's Residence Hall Council FIRST ROW CLeft to Rightja Larry Hoit, Robert Starnes, Burt Jones, Jack Drake, Claude Burns, Elizabeth Freeman, Dwight E. Blalock, Curtis W. Ellison. SECOND ROW: Joel Roberts, Clio Rowell, Lowell Jernigan, Charlie Wade, Camile Tex Buford, Edwin Eason, Brown Kitchens, Glenn Priddy, David Holcombe, Raymond Shulstad, John Ray, Lee Norrell, Butch Mathis. MEMBERS Dwight E. Blalock, Camile Tex Buford, Claude Burns, lack Drake, Edwin Eason, Curtis WV. Ellison, Larry Hoit, David Holcombe, Lowell Jernigan, Burt Jones, Brown Kitchens, Butch Mathis, Mitch Mitchell, Lee Norrell, Glenn Priddy, Iohn Ray, Walter Reese, joel Roberts, Clio Rowell, Raymond Shulstacl, Robert Starnes, Charlie Wade. The Me-nys Residence Hall Council serves as a co- ordinating body for the Menls Residence Halls. The Council consists of the president from each dormitory and the SGA representatives from the residence hall area. The Council meets twice a month to discuss the problems of the residents and to plan activities for them. Each year the Council sponsors the Homecoming dance in the fall and a spring dance in early May. This year, the Council sponsored, for the first time, all-star games in football, basketball, and softball. OFFICERS President ........... ........... .... ............ ...... C l a u de Burns V ice President ...... ....,.. D Wight Blalock Secretray-Treasuier .....,.... Jack Drake Sponsor r....... ..... L iz Freeman Advisor A... ,,,,,,, B urt Jones The XVOIHGIPS Residence Hall Council is composed of the presidents and first vice presidents of each residence hall. Wiomenis Residence Hall Council serves as a link between the individual woman student and AVVS. It is concerned with the programs of the residence halls, including scholarship, cultural, sports and social activi- ties. During 1964-1965 xfV0lUC1'1,S Residence Hall Council sponsored a dessert for the residence hall house directors, two legislators' workshops, a Christmas banquet, ac- tivities calendars, and activity sheets for freslnncn. MEINIBERS Vicki Bartholomew, Trudy Crook, Myrtle Davidson, Norma Deason, Sarah DeLorme, Cecelia Creen, Marsha llarris, Rita Henderson, Pearl Hill, Mary Ann Johnson, Carolyn Kinney, Laurel Litty, Patsy Maloney, Janette Pass, Linda Petty, Mary Ann Pitts, Bobbie Rodgers, Peggy Rogers, Betty Sebring, Mary France Srnith, Chan Strong, Carol Sutton, Sharon Thornton, Nancy Trowlwidge, Mary ,lo XVhite, Sandie XVilson. OFFICERS Chairman c.,,.i Margaret Sims Yice President . ,. S ,,,. Mary Ann Pitts Sc'crmrtary-'llreaslirer ,,,c, Mary To NVhite Women's Residence Hall Council FIRST ROW CLeft to Rightl: Margaret Sims, Mary .lo White, Mrs. Paul Wall, Mary Ann Pitts, Mary Frances Smith, Bobbie Rodgers, Sandie Wilson, Janette Pass, Pearl Hill, Betty Sebring, Peggy Rogers. SECOND ROW: Doreen A. Miley, Vicky Bartholomew, Judy Boutwell, Nancy Trowbridge, Cecelia Green, Peggy Rogers, Trudy Crook, Norma Deason, Sara DeLorme, Carol Henderson, Linda Petty. Sutton, Rita Page 431 Wilson Hall SEATED: Carol Sutton, President, Cleta Parker, 'lst Vice- President. BACK: Carole Booth, 2nd Vice-President, Ann Foster, Counselor, Paula Bradford, Secretary- SEATED: Mrs. Henrietta Cowan, Director. BACK fLeft to Rightjz Ann Whited, Secretary-Treasure Martha Adams, Vice-President. r, Bobbie Rodgers, President, Treasurer. Hackberry House Osbancl Hall SEATED: Laurel Litty, President. BACK: J Glenda Garner, 2nd Vice-President, Treasurer. Page 432 anette Pass, lst Vice-President, Sandra Rogers, Secretary- SEATED: Trudy Crook, President, Mrs. Volovoni, Director. BACK: Judy Boutwell, lst Vice-President, Cornelio Ycivis, Secretory-Treasurer. SEATED: Mary Jo White, President. BACK: Ccnmillci Jones, Secretory-Treasurer, Peggy Rogers, lst Vice-President, Holly Burt, 2nd Vice-President. SEATED: Jenn Mills 2nd Vice-President Mar From Y I I Y ' cis Smith, President, Shoron Thorton, 'lst Vice-Presi dent. BACK: Mczry Ann Turner, Secretory, Mrs. Jernigan, Director, Mcirshci Cox, Treasurer. O Hayden-Harris New Hall SEATED: Betty Sebring, President, Mrs. Nichols, House Director. BACK: Phyllis Rhodes, Vice-President, Lindo Petty, Dele- gate, Mary Sue Roy, Secretory-Treasurer. Harris Hall Martha Parham Martha Parham is the newest womenys residence at the University of Alabama. Dedicated in April, 1964, the residence was named in honor of Mrs. Martha Parham Houser. Mrs. Houser served the University for a number of years as Registrar, Acting Registrar of the College of Education, and then Director of VVomen's Housing. Approximately 560 girls live in the East and VVest sides of Martha Parham, and they participate in a great variety of activities. Many have worked on projects for expanding the residence's book and record libraries and for buying new televisions. Others take part in such activities as parties and social swaps, weekly vesper services, cultural programs, and intramural sports. This is only Martha Parham,s second year, it has accomplished much to -be proud of. It enthusiastically looks forward to continued advancements in all areas of residence hall living. EAST OFFICERS President ,,.,,,,,,,.....,,,,,,.,. .......,l,,,,..,,,,.,,....,... V icky Bartholomew lst Vice President .....,,. ............. D oreen Miley 2nd Vice President ,.,,... ,,..,,,. L inda Cottesman Secretary ...,..,.......v.. ............ L ee Deason NVEST OFFICERS President ,.,,,,...,,,.... ,i........,.....,.,...........,,,....... N ancy Trowbridge lst Vice President ...... .....l...... C ecelia Greene Znd Vice President ...., ..... E lleanor Kell-ennann Secretary .,................. ...i....... I oyce Seagraves Treasurer .,.....,,....,.,. ...... C harlotte Chambers SEATED: Vicky Bartholomew, Doreen Miley. BACK: Lee Deason Linda Gottesman. SEATED: Cecelia Greene, Nancy Trowbridge. BACK: Elleanor Kellermann, Charlotte Chambers, Joyce Seagraves. X-1645197-, r t-G-L' l a l EAST OFFICERS President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,..K...,.,,...,.... ...... S a ndie Wilsoii lst Vice President .,,,, ......... N orma Deason 2nd Vice President ,... ..... S arah Jane VVilson Secretaiy ,.,.,,,.,,,A.., ........ C aroleigh Bawls rT1'C21Sul'C1' ,,,-,,,-, ,,,, , ,, .... Eblfllffl' lWG'SSC1'S1Tlitll Senior Counselor ,,,,, ,.,, X 7i1'gi11i11 lN4CSS61'SIT1itl1 Mary Burke Hall, one of the most active residence halls on campus, has two sets of officers who work jointly through their "inter-dorm council." This council, with the help of its various committees, sponsors two semi-formal dances yearly, one at Christmas, another in the spring. Each fall and spring they have a semi- annual Honors Banquet for all residents having a 2.0 QPA. Girls with a 2.5 average may bring faculty guests. Each side of the dorm, Mary Burke East and West, has weekly vesper services, numerous cultural programs, its own library and intramural sports activities, as well as dorm swaps and special parties. Mary Burke initiated the first newsletter to be spon- sored by and about a dormitory, It is distributed every other week and contains news about people and happen- ings in Mary Burke. Iointly, the dorm houses about five hundred girls, who are brought together from time to time through these various activities and events. XVEST OFFICERS President ,..,..,....,.,... ,...................,,.,.,,..,..., ,,.,,, lN ' lary Ann Pitts lst Vice President ........ ...... S ara DcLorme 2nd Vice President .,,. .... . ..,.. B ee Smith 2nd Vice President i,.,. ,,i,,.,,., N omm Dodd Treasurer w.........,........ ...... P atsy Dickinson Director .... .... lN lrs. Harmon ia' 4 its 2 XVI? SEATED: Sandie Wilson, Virginia M. Irwin, Norma Deason BACK: Caroleigh Rawls, Sarah Jane Wilson, Ester Messer smith, Gay Fendley. SEATED: Mary Ann Pitts, Mrs. Harmon, Sara LeLorme. BACK: Ree Smith, Norma Dodd, Dickinson, Karen Lisack. .2 if . 1 . B, , ii? if 3 Page 435 Patsy Mary Burke FIRST ROW CLett to Rightl: Marsha Griffin, Mary Ann Potter, Judi Caldwell, Linda Wahlston, Dale Christian, Judy Demos, Bebe Arnold, Judy Lanier, Suzye Reuben. SECOND ROW CLeft to Rightj: Mary Ann Hurley, Denise McLellan, Ruth Grant, Kay Jernigan, Connie Strick- land, Pam Butler, Louise White, Jenny Richards, Allison Webb, Sue Williamson, Virginia Blackmarr, Walton Callan, Miki Thrasher, Anne Steinwinder, Lucia Adams, Toby Reznik, Lane Chambers, Gayle Lovell, Alice Wilson. The Freshman Council of AVVS strives to promote class unity and to further interest in scholarship and extra-curricular activities. This year's council consists of forty enthusiastic girls, the largest group ever chosen. Its projects this year included the annual Bama Beast contest, a campaign to encourage women students to vote, a service project at the Veterans' Hospital in Tus- caloosa, and a freshman tea. ophomore Council OFFICERS President ....... .........,.....,........ ,,.....,.l An n Seymore Secretary .... . .... Marilyn Mathison Treasurer ...... ...... S uzanne Granger Advisor ....VV .,.... M rs. VValter Guyton FIRST ROW CLeft to Rightl: Nancy Meyer, Martha Moak, Martha Huey, Ann Brownback, Ann Seymore, Suzanne Granger, Betty Hudson, Sara James, Jodie Morris, Marcia Lasky. SECOND ROW: Judy Starnes, Julie England, Marcia Miller, Lynda Mixon, Lynni Davies, Jean Grimes, Betsy Todd, Ann Lee, Sherry Garrett, Mary Ann Turner, Kathy Weaver, Susan Price. THIRD ROW: Marilyn Mat- tison, Jean Sharpe, Diane Sarkins, Donna Whittle, Mary Julia Burt, Pat Wilson, Dot Parker, Sara Glascow, Lynn Weinstein, Bobbie Silver, Cathy Thompkins, Doris Whtlock. Freshman Council OFFICERS President ...,,.. ,,,.,................., ,..... D a le Christian Secretary .,..... ..........,. K ay Jernigan Treasurer ,..... .--. Denise McLellan The Sophomore Council was formed to provide a feel- in f oi class uni amon so Jhomore Women. It is com- . 1 1 u posed of thirty-six women who represent not only sorority houses and residence halls but Tuscaloosa students as ll ' We . The proceeds from the Sadie Hawkins Dance, held in the spring, go into a scholarship fund to be awarded to deserving sophomore Women at the AVVS Spring Honors Convocation. The success of this yearis Sophomore Council may be measured by the broad participation of all sophomore Women in the various projects. Page 436 FIRST ROW CLeft to Rightiz Charlotte Gallogly, Carolyn Davis, Robin McCrory, Jean Zeigler, Lucy Lanier, Mary Ann Pitts, Norma Deason, Theresa Abrams. SECOND ROW: Brenda Jordan, Maybec Johnson, Carol Sloan, Carolyn Abernathy, Carolyn Carlisle, Carolyn Guthrie, Hester Lovelace, Trudy Crook, Wynn Alexander, Linda Gottesman, Elaine Koplon, Judy Cole. THIRD ROW: Burke Benton, Sharon Stone, Barbara Marks, Josita Mitchell, Judy Yutmeyer. FOURTH ROW: Peggy McConnell, Bonnie Shelby, Anne Hewitt, Kathryn Ann Schultz, Mary Moyer, Mary Lou McCaleb, Betty Hayes, Linda Weaver, Karen Valentine. JuniorCouncH The junior Council of A.W'.S. was created to provide a feeling of unity among the members of the junior Class. The officers for 1964-1965 are jean Zeigler, Presi- dentg Lucy Lanier, Secretaryg and Robin McCrory, Treasurer. Representing all sororities and residence halls, the council members helped Mortar Board with its annual Homecoming Mum sale. Each month the council provided baby-sitters for the children Whose mothers are members of the Dames, Club. In November the council sponsored a very successful silver display and will present the Outstanding junior Award at the Honors Convocation in the spring. OFFICERS President ,,... ....,,,i,.,.......t.. ....., J e an Zeiglcr Secretary ,,,,, ....s.... L ucy Lanier Treasurer . ..,,.,. Robin McCrory FIRST ROW: CLeft to RlgI'tTD: Cindy Stokes, Betty Waite, Bettye Vines, Sandie Wilson, Diane Savis, Creagh McCollum. SECOND ROW: Betty Mauldin, Betty Jones, Gail Mayo, Lynn Hairston, Sara Delorme, Linda Collins. THIRD ROW: Margherita Jones, Dan- ette Stanard, Jane Yeuell, Ann Foster, Merri Hamilton, Rosemary Zieman. FOURTH ROW: Helen Crump, Joyce Jones, Darnell Hammer, Beth Clenney, Joan Rashti, Jane Seymour, Karen Daum. OFFICERS l'Il't'SltlC11L ..,,,,, ,,,,,,,, , , ,,Y,,Y-,i,,,-,, MY,,,., B Cftye Vjngg SC'C1'CtZl1'Y .......... ...., . ...........i,......,...,,........,. C indy Stokes Trcasurcr ................................................,..,...........,........ 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W. . . . .. 142 352 Ahgoniqn ,A ,,,,,,, 136 Besarge ,. ...... 136 Busey .. 138 Coley .,.... ... .. 140 Davie J. VV. ..... 142 358 Aman ..... ., 136, 330 Beshell . . . . , . 136 Bush . . . 138 368 Colley - - - 140, 373 DC1V1S, N- - - - -- 142, 300 Ambrioso ..,. . . 136, 122 Bigger . . . 136, 320 Butts . ..... ..... 1 38 Callins, J. . . .,,..... 140 Davis, R. C. . . . . 142 Anders, C. .. ....... 136 Binion ,.... . 136, 322 Collins, L. ... 140, 312 Davis, R. S. .. ... 142 Anders, L. ,,,,,,,,,,. 4 136 Biser ..,.,.... . . .. 136 C Conley .. . ,... . 140 Davis, S. C. . , , . 142, 372 Andemon, L ,.... 136,322, Bkhop ... ..... .. 136,318 ConneH , . ... 140,346 Davk, S. M. .. ... 142 92, 390, 122 Blackwell, K, .. . . . 136, 320 Cqhvig ,,,, ,,,.... . 138 Conner . . . ...... 140 Davis, W. . . . . . . , 142 Anderson, J, H, ,,,,, 136 Blackwell, R. ... .... 136 Cain, B. ... 138 308 Connolly ., .... 140 Dawson, A. . 142, 312 Andrews, J. .,.... 136, 354 Blackwell, Y. .. ... 136 Cain, E. , , 138, 362 Conway . . .... 140 Dawson, R, , . . . . . . 142 Andrews, R. ........... 136 Blair ......... .. 136 Cain, J. ... 138 358 Cook, R. . , ... , 140 Dean ...... ... 142 Applebqum ,,,,, H 136 Blakley .... . 136, 378 Caldwell ... ..... 138 Cook, W. .. 140, 346 Deason ... .. . 142 Armstrong ..,. 136, 330, 390, Blaylock , .... . 136, 362 Campbell, B. 138, 356 Cooley ....... 140 Defee ...... .. 142 122 Bobo ......... -... 136 CampbeH, D. 140 326 Copdand, D. H 140,338 Dekhamps , ... 142,348 Arrqsnjfh QIAA 136, 362, 104 Bogard, P, ............, 136 Can1pbeH, J. 140 354 Copeland, S. ...... 140 DeLorne , ., . 142 Afkins, F, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 136 Bogard, P. G. ......,.. 136 Campbell, R. .. . 140 Copus . . .... 140 Demerritt . . . . . , . . , 142 Atkhn, H. ..., ..,..... 136 Bonds .,..., , , ..... 136 Cannon .. 140,374 Coda ..... ...... 140 Denton .... ... 142 Auggin, A, ,H ,,,,,, 136 Boozer .. 136, 320, 390, 122 Cantrell, K. . . ..... 140 Cox . . . . . 140 Derrick .. . . 142, 324 Austin, C. . . . . 136, 344 Bostwick ......... 138, 342 Cantrell, T. . . . . 140 Crabtree . . . . 142, 382 Dewitt , . . . . . 142 Austin, L. . . .... ...,,. 1 36 Boswell ............ , 138 Carbonie . . ,, 140 Cravey .. . 142, 320 Dickinson . . . 142 Boteler . . . 133, 350 Carden . . .. . 140 Crawford, A. ,. . 142 Diqiorgio , . . 142, 122 B Boutwell . . . .. 138 Cardin ..... . . 140 Crawford, H. .... 142, 376 Dikis . .. . . 142, 300 Bowen .... 138 Carnathan . 140 326 Creed , .... 142 Dobbs, L. .. . 142 Baccus . . . ..,.,...,. 136 Bowman . , 138 340 Carpenter, C. . . . 140 Crocker, M. . . 142, 310 Dobbs, L. L. . . . . . 142 BaHey ... ... 136, 348 Boxley .... ... 138 Carpenten G. ... 140 Crocker, VV. ... 142, 340 Doggett ...... . , 142 Bales .. ... 136 Boykin ..... .. 138 354 Carpenten J. . ... 140 Crook ... ., .. 142, 320 DoHar .. ., ...... 142 BaH ,., .. 136, 312 Brackin ,..... . 133, 320 Carpenter, P. 140 308 Crenshavv, D. ... .. 142 Donaldson, H. . . 142 Baltzer . . .... 136 Branscomb . . . . . . 138 Carruba .... . ,. 140 Crenshaw, D. ..., 142 Donaldson, L. . 142, 318 Bankston .. ... 136, 310 Braswell ..,. ... 138 Carter, A. .. 140 Crenshaw, G. ....., 142 Doreen ....... . 142 Barksclale . . . . . 136 Brewton . , . . 138 350 Carter, W. . . 140 300 Crewe .,..... . . 142, 378 Dorsey . . . . . , 142, 322 Barnes ..., .. 136, 362 Briggs .. . 138, 384 CasHeberry .. 140 338 Crevvs ..... .. 142, 342 Doss .. . 142 330 BarnhiH ... ...... 136 BrHt ,. . 138 300 Cotes ..,.,.. ... 140 Crovv ... ... 142 Douglass ... ... 144, 312 Barren ... . . . 136 Brook .. . . 138 306 Chafin ..,. , . 14-0 Crumb . . . , 142, 306 Dowling, H. , , 144. 374 Baneh .. ,. 136 Brooke ... .. 138 306 Chander ., .. 140 Curmp .. ....., 142 Dowhng, S. .. ,. 144,320 Page Beppy Forehand, Campus Representative Town 84 Country Clothes son TENTH STREET TLJSCALOOSA. 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S. ..,.. 166 Roberts ........ 160 Sherman .. 162 Waddell .............. 164 Wfllgvms, M. 364 Robison .. 160 342 Shrelels .... ., 162 Taliaferro .....,.. 164 348 Waite, 0. .. 164,324 Wllllumsf N- 166 Robinson . 160 326 Shlland ----- -- 162. 316 Talley ...... ......,. 1 64 wailes, J. .. 164, 330 Williams- R- 320 Roby .. 160 300 Shoemaker .. 162 Talrnaalge .. 164 314 Waitt ..... 164,376 W!"!'1"'S0'1f P- R- -- 166 Rodgers .. .... 160 122 Sgbley ..... .. 162 Tale ..... 164 376 Walker . , 164 Williamson- D- C- -r 322 Rodgers .......... 160 300 Sgmpson .. .. 162. 312 Tauher ...,. 164 360 Wall .... 164,348 W!"'C'mS0"- M- 166 Rogers, E. '-,,,,,, 160 320 Slmmons .. .. 162, 374 Taylor, J. ... .....,.. 164 Wallace .. ... 164 Wllls ""'i"" - 166 Rogers, J. .... 160, 300, 390, Simson .. . 162. 384 Taylor, M. .. 164, 310 wahers 164 W!'S0'1- F- - 166 96 122 Sklnner -- .. 162, 344 Taylor, R. .. 164 310 Walton 164 324 WEJSOU- J- 166 Rogers, J. 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W. ..... 170, 364 Ausman ..., ...... 1 72 Barren .... 172 Bergman .. . .. 174, 304 Allen, E. . . . . , . 170, 324 Austin, A. . . 172 Barrett ..,. 172, 364 Berland ... .. 174, 368 Under fads Allen, J. .... ..... 1 70 Austin, S. 172, 362 Barringer ..... .... . . 172 Berndt .. 174, 380 g Allen, S. .... . . . 170 Axel ..... . . . . . 172 Barthelomew . . . ...... 172 Bernstein . . 174, 328 Allen, W. .. .. ... . 170 Barton, B. .... ... 172, 326 Berry, D. .. ..... 174 Allen, W, W. ..,, 170, 372 Barton, J. . . . . . . 172,308 Berry, J. . . . . 174, 302 Allison, . .... 170 BartoT,I W. 172, 374 Eerry, . .. 1741, 320 - - ison, . ..,, .. 17 , 326 5 Bassaai 172 erry, . .. .. 17 , 364 QffQfQe"'f'5'ff I My 232 Allison, R. ........ 170, 346 5221: 'H Bassett, H. ,. .,.,.... 172 Berry, s. ,. ..... 174 Abbon 'l k A' 3-I8 Alllson, R. E. .... 170, 340 Babcock M I-AA-4 172 Bassett, J. .. ... 172, 368 Berry, W. .. ,... 174 Abercmbie '4 I H N- 302 Allenburg ..... .. 170, 328 BGCCUS H -4 Q 172 Baston ... 172, 312 Bertella ... .. 174 Abrams, c. asa Allred, J. . .. ..... 170 Bachmann 172 Batchelor . 172, 340 Besfmf . ---- 'rr '74 Alararna, M. ... ... sea Alsbrooks ... .. 170, 382 Bacon .. . 172 Bates, B. .. ...... 172 Bsswlell Hr ---- 174 Abrams, s. .. ... 304 Alvarsan ... ,. 170, 344 Baader .. . ... 172, 342 Bates, c. .. .. 172, 346 Bemefl --r -r- 174 Abrams, T. ,. wo Ambrester . .. ...., 170 Baalsy . . 172, 374 Bates, J. , 172, 332 Bsvfffd rrr- M - -- 174 Aakar ,.,,.. 170 Ambrose . . ........ 170 laaaley ., 172, 306 Bates, M. , 172, 354 Blffmek -1- M- - 4- 174 Aanff ........ . . 340 Arnanaa .... .. . .. . wo Bailes .......,. . , 172, 320 laanlas, J. .. ...... 172 Blcklev rr as 1741 374 Aalarns, A. ... ... 376 Ames ........ 170, 350 loo Bailey, J. ... 172 Battles, R. .. ..... 172 Babes rr- -M-- 174 Adams, C. ... .... 170 Anders, C. . .......... 170 Bailey, J. . 172 Baxendale .. ....... 172 Bilstein ,... ...... 174 Adams, D. ....,... 342 Anders, J. ... .,.. 170, 374 Bailey, L. ... 172 Bayer ,... 172, 386 Bingham ..., .. 174, 344 Adams, D. R. ..,... 170 Anders, R. ,.., ,.... 1 70 Bailey, R. ... 172 Beackle ... ... 172 Binkley ... , ....... 174 Adams, J. B. ,..... 366 Anders, T. .... 170 Bain .... 172, 350 Beal ....... . ,. 172 Birchfield, C. 174, 324, 96 Adams, J. R. ...... 372 Anderson, A. . . , ..... 170 Baird ...... ....... 1 72 Beard ..... 172, 300 Birchfield, N. . . 174, 324 Adams, J, ,,,, , , , 340 Anderson, L. ...,....., 170 Baker, A. .. 172 Bearden, R. 172, 324 Bishop, J. D. ...... . 174 Adams, J. .. 354 Anderson, M. .... 170 318 Baker, B. 172, 324 Bearden, S. 172 Bishop, J. M. .. 174, 330 Adams, L. .. . . . 324 Anderson, P. , . . , 170, 318 Baker, E. .. . 172 Beasley, M. 172, 306 Bishop, J. W. ..,. . ., 174 Adams, M. 348 Anderson, R. , . . . 170 382 Baker, G. 172, 338 Beasley, W. . , ,.,.. , 172 Bishop, R. . . . . 174, 318 Adams, P. , 170 Anderson, W. . . ..... 170 Baker, L. 172, 336 Beason, G. . . . . . 172 Bittner ..... . . . 174, 354 Adams, W. 344 Andrews, D. . . . .... 170 Baker, L. . . 172 Beason, R. P. . . , . 172, 356 Bitterrnan . . . 174, 354 Adams, W. R. .. ... 170 Andrews, R. , .... 170 Baker, P. 172, 318 Beason, R. O. .... 172, 356 Bixler, P. .. .. . .. 174 Adams, W. T. . , . 170 Andrezelewski . . . . . 170 Baker, J. . 172 Beck ..,,., 172, 334 Bixler, W. . , . . 174, 348 Adgggk ,,,,,,,, , 170 Anger ........ . . 170 314 Baker, S. 172, 328 Beddech ..,. .. . 172, 362 Blach ..... . . 174, 328 Adderhold , , , ,, 'I70 Anrrich ,,.. , ..,.. . 170 Balch .... 172 Bedgood ...., . . . 172, 350 Black, J. . . . , . . . 174 Addy ...,.. 170 Anthony, J. .... . . . 170 318 Baldene . . . . 172 Bedford, L. 172, 330 Black, S. . , , . 174, 386 Adkins, B, , , 302 Anthony, K. .,.. . ...... 170 Baldone . . ,..,. , 172 Bedford, M. 172, 330 Black, S. 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W. ... ... 180 Cook, A. L. ... .. 182, 366 Crook, T. ....,.., 182, 320 Davies, B. .. .. 376 Chambers, C. ...... 180 Cleckler, D. W. .,,. 180, 372 Cook, B. D. .. .,,.. 182 Crommelin, .... 182, 306 Davies, M. 184 Chambers, H. ....... 180 Clement, J. ....,...... 180 Cook, B. B. ,. ..... 182 Crow, K. ,.,.,, ...,.. 1 82 Davis, A. . 184 Chambers, J. ...... 180, 314 Clemmens, F. R. .... 180 Cook, C. .. 182 Crow, L. ,........,.... . 182 Davis, C. . 318 Chambers, L. .,... . 180, 318 Clinton, E. ...., ,, 180 Cook, P. .. . 182, 314 Crow, M. .......,. 182, 322 Davis, D. ,, 184 Chambers, M. ... ...... 180 Clinton, J. L. .... 180 Cook, R. .. . 182, 382 Crowder, W. S. ........ 184 Davis, E. .. 184 Chambliss .... .. 180, 350 Cloud, D. ..... .. .. 180 Cook, T. .. . 182, 348 Crowell, G. .... .... 1 84 Davis, J. A. .. .... 184 Champion .. ...... 180 Cleverdon, J. 326 Cooke, R. ...,, 182 Crawson, A. .,.. 184 Davis, J. 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E. .... 182, 314 Crutchfield, W. ..., 184, 346 Davis, R. .... .... 184 Chenault, A. A. 180, 326 Cochrforr A. B 4 132' 370 Cooper, R. ...... .,... 1 82 Cruikshand, S. .... 184, 330 Davis, S. . 310 Chenault, R. ...... 180, 350 Cochron' C WZ 'A" 132' 354 Cooper, R. L. ...... . 182 Crysel, C. D. ...... 184, 364 Davis, S. E. 184 Chenoweth, B. M. . . 180, 346 Cochran' C11 K. "" 1 132 Copeland, B. . . . . 182, 328 Culberson, M. S. . . 184, 300 Davis, T. H. . . . . 352 Chenoweth, L. ........ 180 Cochrong E. B ""' 132 320 Copeland, C. . . 182, 312 Cullen, S. ........ 184, 320 Davis, T. V 184 Chesser, C. R. 180, 342 Cody L 'M ' "" ' 182 Coplon, J. .. 182, 316 Culp. J. H. ......,..., 184 Davis, T. W. .. .. 340 Childers, C. G. ... 180, 364 Cohn' 5' 1 U U' 182 328 Coppock, R. ... ... . 182 Culpepper, M. A. .. 184, 320 Davis, W. . 184 Childress, R. .... ...... 1 80 Coker "" H 182' 372 Cork, D. .... 182 Culver, L. J. ......... 184 Dawson 184 Chiles, J. 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McDougle .... ... 208 306 Mackay III II 320 Mathison, W. ... .,.,, 210 Miller, K. ... ..... . 210 Morris, C, .. McDowell , . , ........ 208 Mackelden 308 Matthews, B. .,... 210 Mfller, L. . . . . . 210, 374 Morris, J. . . McElroy . , 208, 354 Moser, I I I 370 Matthews, H. G. . . 210, 372 Mlller, M. .. ,......, 210 Morris, S. . . McEniry .. ... 208 Mucruder I I I I 310 Matthews, H. H. . , 210, 330 Mfller, S. ,. ... 210, 338 MorrIson, E. McGee 208 Maddox .. 203 Matthews, P. A. .. 210, 312 M!"S, A- ---- -- 210 M0ff5S0n, E- L Mi:Geever . . . 208, 312 Mogul 4 I 342 Matthews, P- l'l- - , 210, 324 Mflls, M. , . .... 210 Morrison, K. MSGSISQS 208, 374 Mal-ian .. 364 Matthews, P. R. ,.,. . 210 MENS, W- ------ 210 MOHOW, J- D- MCGCWID . . ...... 208 Mqiers IIIIII I I 308 Mawson IIIIIII I I 210, 340 Mflner ..,,. ........ 2 10 Morrow, J. E MSGQH -- ------ 208 Makewski 208 Maaidin 210 M!'SfeS'd 210, 318 M0fSe - McGlnty .. ... 208, 314 Malay III 384 Mauser IIIII I I I 210 Mlnce ,,.. ... 210 MOrf0n, B. . MSGOUQH 208, 302 Mallini .... 300 Mauter ....... 210 Mifaa ...... 210 348 Mofffm, J- -- MCGO-Jifk -- -- 203, 354 Malone .. 318 Maxwell, J. 2io Mitchell ..... 2io sos MOSSIGY, 0- - MSG'9W -- -- 208, 326 Malanay 208 Maxwell, ic. ,. ...., 2io Mifahall, . 2io 382 MOSSSI-Sv, R- MCGUIH-S -- -- 203, 320 Magrum . 203 Maxwell, L. 210 Mitchell, G. . 210 M0SeS .- - - - -- MSIIUQM ---- 233- 380 Manly 208 May, M. .... .. 210, 328 Mitchell, H. ...... . 210 mOfISS'V"1E - C HMS ------ 2 , 2 Mann 326 Mayfield .. .. 208, 314 Mitchell, K. ........ 210 364 OS eY- - - Mclf-f0Sh, A- -- ------ 208 Manning, J. 340 Maynall .. 210, 370 Mitchell, M. J. 210 322 MOSS, C- - Mclnfosh, P. . ,--- 208 Manning, M. 208 Mays ,... .,,.. 2 io Mitchell, M. c. ....,,.. 210 MOSS, H- -- McKay -.-.. -, 208 Manuel 344 Mala, 210 Mitchell, P. H. 210 MOSS, V- - McKee ------- - - 208 Marcus, E. 386 Meacham . . . . . 210 Mitchell, P. J. 210 344 Moll - - ' ' McKenzie, G. . , .... 208 Marcus, N. 386 Meade, D. . . . 210 Mitchell, P. W. 210, 378 Moudry , . . McKenzie, L. ,. ..... . . 208 Marcus, P. 208 Meade, H. . . . . . 210, 374 Mitchell, R. .... ..,... 2 IO Moyer . . . McKeraIl . . . .. . 208, 324 Markham . 208 Meadows, E. . . ..... 210 Mitchell, S. ,. .. . 210 Mueller . . McKinley ... ,... 208 Marks, B. 326 Meadows, J. .. .... 210 Mitchell, W. . ... 210 Muller . ... McKinnen . . . , . 208, 364 Marks, B. N. . . ... 328 Meagher ..,.. . . 210, 326 Mixon ...,.. 210 Mullins, D, . McKinstry . . .. 208, 318 Marquardt 208 Means ..,.. . . . 210 Mize ..... 210, 350 Mullins, J. . McKinzey . . . ,,,..... 208 Marriner . . 208 Medica ..... . 210, 330 Mizelle . . . 210 Mullins, S. . . Mclaney . . . . . 208, 350 Marsh . . 372 Meeck ........ ...... 2 10 Moak . , 210 310 Mulvirhill , , . 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T McMinn ...... . . . 208, 364 Mason, A. 208 Messinger . . . . . 210, 306 Moody .,......,... 212, 372 Murrav . . McMullin . . . . .. 208, 372 Mason, D. 208 Metts ..,.. ., 210, 364 Moon, G. .,...,.. 212, 350 Murrell, C. McNair ... ...... 208 Mason, K. 324 Meyer ... .. 210, 326 Moon, L. .. ... 212 Murrell, L. . Page 459 ff + v-'-,. NR' .111 , ,.1 11' 'fs P .E t 1 pr i!Ci11g'8' Ilnn estaurant and YU PHONE Dun . . . 979-9307 OL ge .!5!,40l,l'lLl19 9T , have 10 be a 1 St Francis A 11 A HOTEL COURTS A3 C0 999 Q1'0ldUC116 1' 1' Y' 1' V' 1' 1- 1 QQ QQQQQQ 'O 'mow good 'PS-'fame . . but i h I Myhand .. . 212, 306 f elps Myrict, D. . ... 212, 350 I Myric , J. ..,.. ....,. 2 12 Pace ey .. .. 214 , N lsqceyl gl 512 and some of the very best IS acey, . . . . - Paddock, J. , 214,322 Sold and 5e'V'Ce0l by Nagle, D. 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L. ....... 214 PCIHOFI, M. .. ... 214, 376 Piff All- I -U " 35 P13611 JH ' --- 218 342 Reeves, R, , Nowell, D. A, ... 214 PQHOH, S. ... .... .. 214 pmman, K' U 4- ,216 Plguen, J. . . 218 Reeves, S. ... Norwood, J. ..,, 214 Paul ...... 214, 314 Pinmcn W 216 370 P fe ' - 218, 312 Reeves, W. Norwood, L. L. ..,.. 214 Paulson ... ....... 214 P1115 ' ' or M , 1 fUI11 ... 218, 345 Reid, C, 1,1 Nunnmlyr M- A. 214, 330 Payne' B. 214, 318 Pixton ........ .. 2 6 Puckett .... ........ 2 18 Reid, G. Nyhan, R. s. ........, 214 Payne, E. 214, 326 Pleas ' "" -A 216 gush, M. . 218,320 Reid, O PaYne, F. 214, 314 pleCl.1e1,"1'1' V1 -1 PUQLW, W. . ..,... 218 Reinstein . Payne' P' 214, 370 Pless 216 Pufdei . .. 218 Reglsfer .. ooks, M. 1. ...... 214,302 Pearce, A. . 214, 322 PIunke1t,- J. " 216 31 Rui Y 218 Ralf Obert, C. J. ... ... .. 214 Pearce, D, -1 -H 214, 312 Plunken T ... 216, 3 Pulman . ... ... 218 Renaud .... 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E. .. 214 Penn-ngfon . . . 216,324 pane, C '2 0' U11 218, 348 R-ce, P. Osborn, J. A. .. ... 214 Penny .... .... . . 216 Porfer' 1' ""- 16 Radfred . . . 218 Rich ......... Osborne, R' H HH 214 Pepper H. 216, 320 Power, S. . ..... Ragsdale .. ... 218, 312 Richard, B. Osbourn, J. .... ...... 2 14 Perkins .... ...... 2 16 posnelf 1' ----- 212 Erngord ... ..,. 218 Richard, V, oswolf, L. ......... .. 214 Perry, N. . . 216 pon. ,. .. '216 358 RU1"'d ' 218, 364 Raohofds. R. ,, Overton, 0. E. ..,. 214,340 Perry, P. 216 Potter 216' 306 Roinfey 'J 211342 R1C1'c"ds' 5' - Owen, D. D. ...,.. 214 Perry, s.. 216 Poondofs .. ,216 Rc' 99,23 -----' 218 Richards, W. .. Owen, G, ,,, ... ,, 214 Pestalezzl ... 216 Pounds, J. .. -216 362 Rama an ., 218 Richardson, Owen, R, S, ,, ,M 214, 340 Peters ., .. 216 Pounds, M1 H " 216' 306 Ramsey --8 -. 213, 340 Richardson, D. 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Smith, L. 224, 224 224 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 310 222 382 222 364 222 324 310 378 322 370 222 378 222 378 380 222 318 354 312 222 314 344 222 346 370 300 310 222 382 222 222 222 222 360 314 222 302 222 302 378 222 222 314 222 222 318 222 364 222 316 222 350 222 222 222 360 362 222 372 380 222 328 300 304 302 222 346 222 222 386 302 344 360 374 342 222 222 222 300 222 352 222 222 326 222 300 314 222 362 314 370 222 382 322 222 320 318 224 224 350 324 356 366 356 224 376 224 224 224 224 340 224 306 356 224 COMPLIMENTS OF VESTAVIA MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION Birmingham Federal Savings and Loan Vestavia Barber Shop Lochany's Bar-B-Q Western Super Market Perfection Cleaners Johnson's Vestavia Jewelers Vestavia Hardware Yielding's Kessler's Fashion Post Bell Bros. Shoes Birmingham Trust Snows Gift Shop Woolworth's Hills Vestovia Shoe Hospital Vestavia Beauty Salon Jacks Hamburghers Fuller's Apotherary The Byrd Companies, Inc. 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H,,,M fQ MIM Over the years this symbol of Quality has spread through- out the Southeast as well as other sections of the nation. Many, many COROLLA staffs have entrusted us with the responsibility of their engravings and it is our hope that the illustrations in this 1965 edition will help preserve W1 l"'l "'l' K Ill forever your years at the Capstone. CCDLLEGE ANNUAL DIVISICN Pg 473 YOUR 'YEARBOOK iq. ! ki M222 ti? 'va 3'-of 'i galbllooli lllwnw Hamm rggg gtfilggm Q-My' yum-fJUl"5 wr 6 D,-11510 Page 474 This Yearbook is your permonent record of a memorable yeor. It is a picture story of your friends and school days that will last forever. lt has been produced by the craftsmen at Paragon Press with the core ond skill that should go into such an important book. For the finest quality possible, rely on: A Division of Herff Jones 9 Yearbook Specialists Since 1936


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