University of Alabama - Corolla Yearbook (Tuscaloosa, AL)

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'f:w:'U-.." --,111 ww 1 'rfgfii '-Y'-'5-:vu ' ,Ei , 'ECI,G,3 W, I, , LH' . ,:f'i'.--1. Q6 aiu- ,nf:T-15535-'. .g1,,::.,'-f3f?5:W4' . f 'Wig ,jiv-JE14'5'3iL-lf. 'iii' ' ' xl, f.4,g.m 1.4-19:3 f :- , 4 2Qg5f.1,gj5g2L,g'g531:23A - 1 y X I 1 3 r r 4 9 in -fvf if K ' uf. Governor and Board of Trustees The Board of Trusfees fx C. Walla "'-wan E 4 President Frank A. Rose Page 65 A 2 s 1 .,,f.w,+...w mf ww rw. zz, - .,.. LZ . ' f Q 'fx Q www, . , . Q' 1,1 4 N MY KY? M V X Q X x -wsu f., W if " X 0 W ., 2 2- 2 2 .K ' f' 4- 2 s -. .mm Q E 5 M lg . Y 5 . . W 9 , r fx if P P f I 'ws' 2 'iff 1 we 4 jf? .f 'sf if Y .Q .Q v -2 if .4 2V W 4 , 5 r T. T, , mv 'x ' 1 , nf.. 3 X I ui' ' - gefigg f ' " , 4 -. , , A . ALEV S. POW, Vice-Presidenf for lns'l'i+u'rional Developmenf JOSEPH S. VOLKER, Vice-Presiclen+ for HSGIH1 Affairs Vice Presidents W " fe , .7 , , W, 4 " ,W Y fl X f afx f f .,f ,x,. .-.,,,- 4 J. JEFFERSON BENNETT, Adminis+ra1'ive Vice-Presidenf 'T Z.. 1. 5.1, . . . 1 Lil' E V-.. 9 4' " " ,. 4, f .m iff' ,lv lifff Q C. T. SHARPTON, Vice-Presideni' 'For Sfuclem' Affairs CLYDE H. REEVES, Vice-Presideni 'for Hunfsville Affairs X X N 'XX ix Xx X , A A , .. X X E. E SX :mm . x aww-QF s x . 3 X . f .. - tex ' XX XX . KS vi . .9 Y gif. E l. DX E A six N .wxxwe .X E. 75- .' f - , I, . - if J. if 'vu ' I R Y iqgbp 3: 'Q-w..-1 ,pa--. 1 in 'Ox - r:: Administration I I I I I ,nun .Z wmv Sfiffi.-s I. NORMAN M. AGNEW, Purchasing Ageni' and Assisfani' Business Manager. 2. J. RUFUS BEALLE, Land Commissioner and Universiiy A'Horney. 3. HARRY D. BONHAM, Dean of Adminisiraiion. 4. EDWARD O. BROWN, Direcior, Universi'Iy News Bureau. 5. WILLARD VAN BROWN, Assisiani' Io +he Presideni' for Universify ReIa+ions. 6. B. GENE BURTON, Assis+an+ io Compiroller, Pay- rolls. 7. LUTHER C. CALLAHAN, Compi'roIIer. 8. LESTER R. CLARK, Super- visor, Adminisiraiive Compufer. 9. JEFFERSON J. COLEMAN, Direc'I'or of Alumni Affairs and Alumni Secreiary. IO. GEORGE W. CROKER, Direcior for Con'Irac'Is and Granis. II. FRED L. DRAKE, Chief Accouniani. I2. WALTER R. GUYTON, Direcior of Financial Aids. I3. RUDOLF HERMANN, Direcior of 'Ihe Research InsI'i+u+e. I4. THOMAS N. HUBBARD, Radiaiion Conirol Officer. I5. ROBERT L. KING, Aciing Audiior. I6. BEVERLY M. LEIGH, Direcfor of Securify. I7. THOMAS C. LILE, Direcior of Alabama SI'ucIen'I Union. I8. Page 67 HENRY M. LYDA, Direc'I'or of Nor'I'hingi'on Campus. I9. PHILIP M. MASON, Assisianf 'ro 'the Vice-Presideni' for Huni'sviIIe AFFairs. 20. HUBERT E. MATE, Dean of Admissions and Records. 2I. C. CONRAD MERRILL, Direcfor of High School Relaiions and Freshman Counseling. 22. J. E. MICKLER, Direcior of Universiiy Tesiing Service. 23. MATTHEW F. MCNULTY, General Direcfor, Universiiy Hospiials and Clinic. 24. WILLIAM E. PICKENS, Treasurer and Busi- ness Manager. 25. EUGENE F. OWEN, Bursar. 26. PAUL G. RICHARDS, Aciing Direcior of Siudeni Healih Service. 27. CHARLEY SCOTT, Direcfor of Insiruc- iion in Hunfsville. 28. JAMES D. SCRIVNER, Consuliing Engineer. 29. PATTON B. SEALS, Research Accoun'I'an+. 30. CLAUDE D. STABLER, Direcfor of Publica- 'Iions. 3I. IRBY RAY SWORDS, Direcior of Work Siudy Program. 32. C. D. TATUM, Assisiani' io Compiroller, Budgeis. Dean of Women SARAH L. HEALY, Dean of Women Dean of Women's s'l'aff: MRS. KIRKPATRICK MRS. GUYTON fw -A 'Y -sl-9, MISS BAKER MRS. WALL MRS. LaMOREAUX i Dean of Men Z m 0 if r W fra. EW Y fig N Q07 . ll QR , W f Q 7 X , L n A AWA ff f lvfdfzrzl X, 'xx " i 1 , is ig' " "" . VA ft . it ,i ff! if Sify! FREDERICK W. CONNER, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. College of Arts and Sciences Offering the students of humanities or natural science a course of study that covers most everything from op-art to medical technology, the College of Arts and Sciences is the oldest and largest of the Hfteen major divisions of the University. The ASIS student can receive his bachelors degree in any of thirty-six majors, his masters in twenty majors, and his doctorate in nine. He may choose to attend classes at the Huntsville and Birmingham campuses as well as at Tuscaloosa. Arts and Sciences offers its students, its University, its state, and its nation an outstanding program of achievement through its three main functions: in- struction, research, and service. 1 N . xg Nmx .. gwgg s 4 . 5 0 V' s., V U S' -fff3"IU ""W,!2s, ' x, 1 , ' f., 'Kp g . N Q -uk! - ' ,M . x Wk: N .. . , , I . K 'N 'M 1 I - 5 ,. - . .W N, , .1 1 , ,.,a""'4""'-- 4 w, ..!x 1." . - .w- ' .r.,, ,.- V ' ... ,R Q , W. T." ' -N 'as ' W g . pri- ,- ' 1 X 3 5 N x . s ' ,.' ,Y 1 HAS i " X .,.79.x M .AM K x, W iffy, my ,, X I f Www M f , X 1 'IW' '.-4.1 m L. 4 A ' h ff :sf 4 ,ww x W f QKQ, X K W . 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'1' ' A , ' ' 5 'H and gl A k was SM 5 2 i ,es W., .,i., M ,M f msgsfzgrrwv M School of Commerce and Business Administration The scene may be the floor of the stock exchange on XVall Street, an advertising agency on Madison Avenue, or a real estate office in Tuscaloosag wherever there is a gray flannel suit to be Filled, business looks to the University of Alabamaas School of Commerce and Business Administration. Currently ranked 3rd among all schools of com- merce in the nation, CZSzBA is especially noted for its extensive graduate program. Besides its varied bachelor degrees, C6zBA offers courses leading to the degrees of Master of Arts, Master of Business Ad- ministration. and PhD in Business Administration. A graduate of CCQBA at Alabama has the knowl- edge and experience business is looking for. He has had access to the best equipment, including the S1 million computer center, and lie has been instructed by one of the nation's most distinguished faculties. CCYBA at Alabama continues to grow and progress and the gray flannel suit never had it so good. PAUL S. GARNER, ' Dean, School of Commerce and Business Administration "VW 'rar . Q, ,. e Nam, in I 43:3 1 , 'Fw ,,,' .5 , X 1 Q Sf I - 'EM J? ,I 2 Qzzlx. s 3 . , '. xi , ' . -mg is-' ' fn' 5 as ,f -'-,ff uf '51 - . fl 'SWK , Q. 4625 5 'A' my '-pl. we W I E 5 f -:n,,. ,W 1, my A M xi. f If X, K -X g , ., gg. ww f ml Y 22" cj! Af f? "if, X . N , f A X , , Y 6 , f, 5 '5 SK 2 E 3 7 32 2 f QA 2 f,, A Q 9 1 X X , X X f by if , f x J K 7 X 4 5 g Q1 f x4 1 4 f ' xii 5266 Q x S A 5--L. 1 ,. , E Q. ,Z 5, BA Cont. sw X LW X X. x X in Page 82 , 5 3 A H., T ff fff ff fi ww lv s,0fMW,e:,mwsmeww-M1120 ,L A .4 1 414, M J, .,fMp1, ,F-W ,. f Y, 2 sz ,'a14,Q,.-,,,b5,f!,..5 ,WV i ,Vi - ' , " M V V ff WV 1 4 WO" xg? ,Xu A fw HQ' fx, f4 yy fy X Q yy ff Q iwvfga ' M Q W 6 M ,Z f J' 1 xyefwfwk , W W F' ,Q s,, Y 6 Xkxwkx QV! Y Af A X Wh W v A Wim . , ,ff-, ,,,A , W' ' V ,, QW, f, I , if X 1 f u f W., Z K 1 Engineering Engineering at Alabama means progress. In recent years the number of students seeking masters and Ph.D,s has multiplied better than 500 times. Courses are taught at the main campus, Huntsville, and Birmingham. 5 . Q o E5 X 1' t X: 2955: .4 his U 'Mic Q ,a EQ QQ X , yi Y Z -fami- Page 85 wp, Q 3 A z- NX we Q -S Q M3 K, IFF!!! .H r AJH f,-f .m Page 87 Engineering, Cont. ,wx ? Q y .:,,, ff 52 "' W ,,f" 1 f f f s f , f f ,f fx f! f w f f 0 ff MQ-6 ,Q ,- - ,l r .ar f, W., f kvf Page 89 Q ,N-A cl if ' , an - Q N. -x Y F SQNQSS College of Education It has been said that for Alabama to have a great school system, quality must come from the top. This is the vital function of Alabama's College of Education. It gives to Alabama, and all the Southeast, teachers and school administrators trained in the most modern teaching methods as Well as their fields of Study. Especially outstanding is Education's grad- uate program. Enrollment is soaring as more and more teachers and prospective teachers see the advantage of a graduate degree. 'Through a special program, many Educa- tion seniors from Alabama are getting prac- tical experience teaching in Latin America. DR. R. E. BILLS. Dean, College of Education Page 91 .is-A Education Com i K ..f.z'- KFS .Z-gf L , -A if ' ' y ix Wg. N ' J' ' Af , H W9 A,wWfQwZ- ww , V ,,.,,,.- . f 42322625 QQWM , ,N any .L u .. f Ufskfywwi? is 'XX 2:74 Qcwqm' . 'H 4 f X I x H . fbaf Page 93 ELIZABETH NEIGE TODHUNTER, Dean of the School of Home Economics. School of Home Economics The duties of the School of Home Economics no longer are limited to preparing girls to be Wives or home demonstration agentsg today home economics is a profession. Alabamais School of Home Economies is especi- ally active in research. The school's Research Laboratory of Human Nutrition, the only one of its type in the country, does extensive research into the nutritional value of foods. It is aided hy grants from the US. Department of Agriculture and the National Broiler Council. Iournals and hooks Written by faculty members from home eeonomies have received World-Wide recognition. 61... ,FA Hs hr A , V , aah ,Mt 4 A .ar F ' z -vw ww- 1 ,B M 44, .VH W XX W mxfi. ' H Mm x ,va , A-C A SS: f5f:'aw . K ,x.- mx x ,, X, 5 afblazf? ' A A 4 W fs QM Msw-1 Mb ex X Q ,, Qfwg, x HOHIC EC, Conf. fv- 'i 4 iff ,K 'N ,,,i.,.oX,. 'WN Q xi' si X ff i W . X Page 96 L-r N ,t,..l. . f w -, K Vg B 'f Y 1 1 15592 f z me w 6 N1 -fa ,- 5 5, up V Zi , Wg KZ f Wf f 4 X 2-, 4 1 w f Q5 If 1,-A A K -, w x m y .. Ng , , ,f f 6 .,., EQ' ifxxffww-, f ' - - I Y Q . 3 -ff ,pai 5 V+, .1 , 9 f 4. X - fn, , , -4 ff 2 -Q, , 1 fswwqsw SN . if X X . X .XX X xi Q X xy , ,X , ff,-W-ZX Xlfymfg Xzfyza -,Q 1 X X N www, ., , . X X , . 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'lx C 1.- . .N .'F. . x"' Ng N- We ROTC COL. PADOCK, Army ROTC COL. SELF, Air Force ROTC .. 4. ' Page 103 ,NV ., w 1 , V, Q. f QS?f w iwymma wf iv ww N. hw 1. f' 1 0 N . 4 Q .4 SX. RF F 9 Q ,,,, E , . Q www, .wmv , 41 ,. Q f. 35. . N34 I , 31,3 g 52, 5, ,g 5' is f 2 ' 4, ' , Ng of ?' ,L 'K 9 4: I ' ' w . 3 g f X e, ' b . .-,., ..,, -., h K X ":, X t r 1-' V.,. ' . K ii... -:g, QQ A..:. Wt X 1 ,Sf Wi - fr 9, ., .W 1 2 iff .Y A . 3 A ,ZW aww QN ,A ,N K , A ffl-iff V' N w J' 2, . 1 W ga - .i S N Af 5 5 X N s X Q V975 WN n fff, Q52 My mv V .0 ,qqfxvx ff fm .. qxQ5x,,. X x X X M k PM wi: 0, x Q 6 3, 1 fv ge M Ag Nx .Q ' . . .X . :X 5 .. .5 -NQNX AM. X113 Q +2 Q, fsz. W 55 gm . .. . 15. 4-Q.-Y. ' X ' . , S S ' Q Q gf A . fiw ,jf x M fi mx fx Q X X x ,, , , . 'N N ? ,v .. XX 'QV Q f N5 X X . ww- W K MG QQ f. . , . .X if x .mf ix ..., i "F"s... 'W f:.'MW- Summer School Pg 105 JOHN R. MORTON. Dean, Extension Division. Extension Division Because of the University's Extension Di- vision, the entire State of Aluhuina is its campus. Extension centers are located at Birming- ham, Dothan, Gadsden, Montgomery, and Huntsville. Undergraduates may study at home through the correspondence service or Educational Television. Alabainzfs Extension Division brings higher eclucation where it has never existed before. Page 106 :. l I - we - 241- . A ff '94 o .f ' , 5 7 'K v Q, lx 91 N A W f . fy A , A JNL, , M , ggi' 5 'Syg- , 5 w al- Page 108 4 f , f- A1 F41 .3 if l V395 N-Q ,N frm 4 QR ew X ,-.:1: ,:,.-,,, , x Q X A X x M "? Q1 f H - - m:'w:.. 'Y' fl ,,,.,..,....... ERIC ROGERS, Dean, Graduate School. Graduate School The academic excellence of the University of Alabama best comes to light in its graduate school. Bama's graduates are top students from every corner of the nation. They come here for several rea- sons: a top rank faculty, the best of facilities, outstanding research, and diverse resources of fellow- ships. The graduate school is a place where new ideas are encouraged and stimulated. Page lO9 M. LEIGH HARRISON, Dean, School of Law. Chool of Law The University of Alabama Law School is one of the oldest and most honored in the Southeast. Among its graduates are a United States Supreme Court justice and several members of Congress, from all parts of thc USA. 1966 was a year of expansion and growth for the law school. XVith an enrollment of over 350, the school is the largest it has been since 1950, A new wing of the law building was occupied this year. Among its features are a large, modern courtroom and added library facilities. ,L 623 li Il-1 Q . a g., se-.1' ' ... . .5 fy ' 14, ni .... EAA.-4 -f D. , I x, W if . Eff 5'-.YL Law, CODt Page 'IT3 The Medical Center DR. S. R. HILL, Dean of Medical School DR. CHARLES McCALLUM, Dean of Denlal School Q reap Q W ,,,,, viW,i MX X wc l mf! ,JW www vga? ' fi ,44,,w,W x 2 K M W sr ..a Med. Center, P9117 1 ' "3 0' ,f,fwm2yyggpf -Jbvpwwwmw miwx X Q sw cf- 9 N X T5 :53NYQ,1 i 5 f F91 5333: 1' 2 I Mc: wmv? ,.. WR 'Aw . Centfif, Cont. 1?- Page 118 P'-ww ed. Center, com. Page 120 fmt. ,410 Page 121 M M ' 'lyk Zi' Q nf- M xg -f A Q Q7 S ww ,A QM me 4 K g is A3 ,Qs gi QA QNX QS vmx fm 1 f 4 f x, 4 , , 5 ww , 4 A . , Q 4 Z f .,, , X fx , 2 KE Vx 4 Q H:- K ' A . Xe ,A W K' f P9 .4 i ,Z 4 f f 4, X' v W 73 K, Q A 5? 5 ,wi XM X fl 5' W ., ,, , i ' V ? 'I' I , :K X 7 l M . A f 2? , if V 5 .G I, 7 1 'Fir "4-x1'l.-.-.M..A ... 3 .....,.,,-M WLZM Q ' ., i------v---fy-M - tg N2 X5 ' .....-M, .. we -f fm , ., ,,.A , 7W .V 1, , 5 ... .,,...-.,. ., .. ., Qt 7 5 'SA sf Q, wav ' N Q xxx? M-' 'swf 4 Q ,, W ,A yxf .M Sl nf 2 -w 1 ,A -H f 1' .- 33 an 1' ' f ,vw 1 ' EB: f 7 1 250 H- 1' W.. ""-Ah, In the laboratory, in the field, or simply in the mind of an inquisitive student, the neverending Search for new knowledge goes on. The Univer- sity of Alabama has, through the years, made countless contributions to the sciences through its extensive research programs. A li Q X.. 'fl an 1 Q4 lg'-I. if Q - F I , vs i J, ww? K 4 f was fwx ,E, fans E140 46 gg X of' f-, .... Q wwf, ,,V W,Wf , I, ,gf X gl.:-' Q ,W ' ' I- ,, ltr -Q'-Z if I ll., - ,,, M t ' ,V ,nga ' Q i mga f ,- . A ,xl 'QW . x ,,,!,! af, 3 Q Q Q rx' Q o v 4 9 Q 4 A 1 4 4 Qi!! !"P!QQ'!f07'1Q4Q un-nn ' li anim: ummm f www 5311 5 ummm a1n. 141. xgx. assi' J24iv 212. ,vsfzfilzezf W X snnu num num mem mul mmf UMM , umm A M X ' - X ' ' - 9 Mi: X . . o p Q Q 4 Q 4 4 0 4 H- 9 1 'Q 5 'wixffffmmggg f , ,,,' f W, .,,, ,,,, , .,,,, ' "ta'.w. f:,4::wff1w7 V 0 6' Q V WMKTWWWWWWW 4 'lv V '5f!.,fL!. ' r"""Mv'wQ S 1 o""""'ii"u""-3' ui! VB .nl s in Y , ' l ' ga lun 9. f " X F' 0 rl: 1 Maw Q"""w 'Z ,V A,,,, W, Q, fx Miyf ' uunw ll Mx. l is A, ' f Q +V ,Nf?.l'f+ f ' J ' A fc-um."'q"y xx ' A 7' X , 'X ,V , ff Page 126 xvi V , V , A 1 fag Professor Harold MOH and graciuaie sfudeni' David N. McQuicidy examine 'rhe 1'ransmiHer 'for a Two-day microwave communicaiions link. The paraboloiclal reflecior an'l'enna is driven by a lciysfron opera+ing ai- I0 gigacycles per second. This is one of many sfudies in an1'ennas and microwaves which may be performed in +he Elecfro- magne+ics Labora+ory. Research, Page 127 Research, Com. Professor Thomas B. Alexander of 'l'l'l9 His+ory Deparlmeni' and graduale s+uden+s in his Seminar on Ninefeenfh Cenfury American Hisfory review resulfs of compufer programs analyzing vorer preference and Congressional roll call paHerns. Page 128 ?ffE??E?P"' - , . ,+:'-5 " 1.545 , W All! Page 129 QS? Graduafe S'ruden+, Jane'r Pi, from Taiwan, and Dr. Frieda Meyer, of 1'l1e Home Economics faculfy conducf invesiigafions in fhe Research Labora- +ory of Human Nu'rrH'ion cenfered on 'Phe mefabolic effecf produced by differenf kinds of carbohydrafes in 'Phe dief. Page 130 Research, Com ' ' ' 2 'A ' -' 4 ,M gg ' '32 f X -,,,sfw"N ' .4 f . ,M f..,, , , Y , K' ,, J' V X , ,.4, .,,, an .. , Qc K 5342.91 ' ,rs '11,-, x Y f f as ff Q W . ge ,Q Z? tj 6, , ,,,.a- -, s 2 - 'Y if Q, 3 ,, 55 xr 'F fy f .ff 2' 2 f Y 7 ,Q 'Z . A V f i wi ,Q , ,, 4 f X ga f Av jg ij, ix V N ,f .seam 1 JA Z J J eb 40' X f Z0 f we s 1, MW 5 y X , 6,61 K V, Q Q ,X , ,. 2 ,yiflff h V y Y Qi 42 , 1 f QV!! w Q58 V1 i ,Q .NJ if -aux- 'uhm 4. H is , tl .Wi Nft- . :Tu J , We xc ,, 'fix I l ff 9 R f Y 'lgki v -.-i: ,A , f V .-:fi I, sg 1 f f w 'H - is V fd , !...,f.:,sa.-' ,Q +.-iff" -gf' any A, ,rf ., I 'L-pf x -., -wyw 1 f 'ff f, , . ' . , -v " f rbiivvu i4'. -'art 1' W ' -41211. ' Y F- Q fi V In " ff -' "P L 4 5? In if 2 L "M V ff S 'E' ' - -fa if --f , 7 J, 1-lv' L ,V ,,,-M ff f 4.15-, -4, nz., uf, ap, ,. 1, Q.. 4- nf ,-H 3 X 4 t sv- Y ,JZ .52 if L.Yffi'iJ "....'1?:f""'i '- fu 'f . -" ' 'Jil , ,Q .J-if -is ' 'Q -ii-F 4-"Sz-'4f':.1"' i 2 ..,,x ,Ms is fl is erN'rQf7 C ' . ,, W Y cg- i , y o K , , ,Ai A xi ,Z ,sm 132655, gyw ,, Q 'wthfizf vw? ' r fe-,ww Q11 ' Is . f- -.MSN . w s, S ' Qiwifyw N ., .... ,- Valley. For fhe pasf six years, facully ancl sludenls of 'lhe Deparfmenl of Sociology and Anfhropology have been cooperafing wi'I'h 'I'he Archaeological Research Associafion of Alabama, lnc., and Nafional Geographic for +he purpose of furlhering archaeologl cal research in Alabama. Here s+uclen+s work in cliggings locaf ol in bluff shelrers in norlh Alaloama bordering 'rhe Tennessee qi if Page 133 Research, Com My me YR' , ff. 4. ,E 0 ' Q A fvwfz we w ' I x , . 3 1 ., Sw O Research, Com. V , 1.1 I U 1 in ,, , V V l Mx 1 J ,ffm , . . ,lj I lf 'iw W . I-I f IZ fl I MV, f --r , 4 , ' ,. ff! I .. M .f' Graduaie s'l'uden1' James R. Hudson se+s in progress an experimenl' on 'rlwe growlli of 'rhin oxide films. This work, under 1'l1e direcrion of Professor James H. Bar+leH, inves'I'iga+es eleclric charge rransfer and accumula'I'ion in oxide films formed on pure meials under 'rhe influence of currenl' flow 'From a conducring solu+ion. Page 135 Featured Faculty Members Professor Hagood Professor Annabel Dunham Hagood has Won fame for herself and the University of Alabama throughout the nation as one of the country's top debate coaches. Under her di- rection, Alabama debaters have taken re- peated national championships. Professor Hagood has served as an influ- ential member of the Student Life Commit- tee and was chosen by the Mens Residence Hall Council as Outstanding Professor in 1965. W f Professor Paustzlm Professor Paul 'W. Pzulstiun, a memlncr of thc Economics Department in thc School of Commvrcc' and Business Administration, is not only 21 bclovccl tcuc'l1or, but also 21 uotocl l'GSCEll'CllCl'. llc has pulmlislicd many pupc-rs tlirougli thc Alabama Busincss PxCSC11l'Cll Council. Now in his twcutiotli your at thc- Cupstouc-, Professor Puustiuu luis provcu liiuisolf truly clcclicutvcl to tlu- Uui- versity. 'fyff A 4 - , Q- Aw ,-2. 5.7 f , Lim ,-nd ff.-ie . fi: -li l - .... 4. we .Professor Seymour Assistant Professor of Education in the Department of Guidance and Counseling, Dr. john Cary Seymour is a man of many talents and varied interests. During the summer of 1963, he served as program assistant and Counselor in the Nigeria VII Peace Corps Training Pro- gram. Dr. Seymour holds membership in ten professional organizations and has published in six leading journals. An avid sportsman, Dr. Seymour romps around on his own three hundred acre game reservation in his spare moments. Page 138 QT l-,... .L -Q.,- um.-q-nk 1 -W .-4..,-, 1 .,. ye Q- wi "lf -- f-Qu' S X-xg.. .H-'ani --l Q1 ...-..-mtg.,-V,-, --1 N I 1 'anna ' X.-me 5 W. Xi. D Pr0fe.s's0r Temple A incmhcr of thc department of educational administration and cnrricnlnin development at the University of Alabama sincc 1953, Dr. F. L. Tcmple has distinguished himself not only in his arca of specialization, but he has also served as a mcinlicr and chairman of Alabama Committee, Southern As- sociation Commission on Secondary Schools for the past eight ycars. IIc has also served as a consultant to numerous Ala- liaina schools and school systems during the last twelve years. Page l39 Professor Farabee Teaching at the University of Alabama for over twenty years, Professor Ray Little- ton Farabee first came to our Campus in 1926. In the Department of Metalurgical Engineering, Mr. Farabee has been a source of inspiration to his many students and at the same time has distinguished himself by taking an active role in campus- Wide interests. A member of five scientific and professional societies, Mr. Farabee has also served as a consultant for six industrial concerns. In addition to his endeavors in industrial research, he has still found time to publish in the field of nuclear research. Page 140 Professor Reeves 1 i- I iifz Dr. T. Joseph Reeves, Professor of Medicine and Director of the Cardiology Division of the School of Medicine, directs all the teaching and training activities of the Cardiology Division. Dr. Reeves is active in the research efforts of each of the entire team of cardiologists who Work under him. Among the basic investigations are those aimed at discovering factors that deter- mine the contactile power of the heart. Findings of this nature printed in a research publication in 1960 by Dr. Reeves and some of his colleagues have been amply confirmed at other institutions and are generally recognized to be of fundamental importance. Page 141 S 4 4 S fl ,0.,,,,Aq HW, ...wa :Qgig -ww---' - ' ,P-V,-v iv f ,' . mm ' kvfnrn V fix, ffifagx. L X - we ly --IZA fw fwfi , ., ,Q i 4, ,gg i 5 . 13 N N, 'W W, 'W' Nwif 5, Q- vw Q. -, vm -fr-v--Q M Kr ,w wf ww, ':'. :J' . ' - V, M ' -me Aa Q4 M K5 ,- 'Kumi K VL E . mg . I 2 .. , Q V eq fl' u ' , Wg .1 -L, , , ai- L X, A QN2 . X . 25 X' E SP5 AM .. .i my is x , 512' who :Ig ' -" Rx X- , bbs, f ... ,. P 4 Q2 K5 X ,, 2,2 , Q 6 XX, L W! yu. ,. , . 4: ' -f W5 L V-,.1 F1 ' F' f g3:.1f v, ,- ' . 4 'gk :g,g::,.1jg, 1 V Q 9151, ,. xg gl --111: - U 1 ,. ,UV 'fi "l'3"' Q32-:f." k: !, , V3 muh Q . 11+ Fig, YL .J .,, If, if 'Sf " ffm f uw" GQ , n -J' U f .,. - 5 ' 1.1! J: 'ax 2--Q , -1, 'L ' 5' if . of 1 15. . '32, ' 'a Yf,,'kf'., 1 4:35 ik lg 'f fe, ,. A Am . fri' N Q, M . gl 4 7 4 V' a 1 M 'f'.2i1,'L,:aw,, J xif.1f5,ff-fa 6 055,33 ,, 5,3521-QM -, . V We f, 1. W X Tw axl me ., wi' Q f' N "V . wif mf , , .,,,,,,,,, A , ., f , wb f , 7,1 1 4,1-tj' ,gg p 1 QQ ff :Ji f, .1 Y ta, Page l 45 Professor Robinson Dr. Leonard H. Robinson, Professor of Pathology and Director of the Department of Oral Pathology, has proved to be "just about the best teacher aroundf according to many students and faculty members of the University of Alabama School of Dentistry. For many years Dr. Robinson has di- rected an oral cancer detection course, sponsored by the Public Health Service, and taught to sopho- mores, juniors, and seniors. Students from the Uni- versity of Alabama School of Dentistry consis- tently placed at or very near the top in student achievement tests in the area of oral cancer detec- tion cond.ucted over an eight year period by the University of California. INTEREST - -wx I. aw K sg. f 5. fi s : I 'Wh' . 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Yr 11111115 3 :nz ...-. ...V A V A ' , ':r: 7 V ' - 4. :...1 ,AA V . - W " E-1. r "Ii 'M' ' r-'-'T' " , .x r ',-1- .1 'N I fy 'V J -1 ff . . ,. , J... g y. , , X- X f :,- ' f W 4. . -. . , t K A ' '-V i" f -M 0 4 f 2 " f' if f , ,mf I " i1f1W ' 'X -fa t V- - , - - , ? ,z- "JW,-vyg f , , x W c f 'ek ,ilmz lf pt-A V gi f Skiillw tl -ff rw.: ' ,. 1 + , 2f'?ii,,, 41 ki KW W :fy f t ZACH HlGGS, President TUDE T GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATIO The Alabama Union Building may not look very much like the Capitol Building, except for a large White dome and an oc- casional column, but beneath that dome a senate, house of representatives, and court system hold session. The Student Government Association at Alabama functions like any democratic gov- ernmentg it has a legislative, executive, and judicial branch. But SCA serves as more than a place for law students to play poli- ticsg it is a clearing house for student opin- ion, providing needed communication be- tween students and administration. The voice of the SGA is the voice of the University student body. Controversy often surrounds SGA en- deavors. Hard campaigning before the spring elections gives way to even bigger fights on the floor of the House and Senate in the fall. The Administration of President Zach Higgs faced such issues as Civil rights, a belligerent dean, and student picketing of the governor. SUI N 051 Z W .wxwafe . 1' dinning. v . W U 3, 5 ' I I ,. ' v, , in , mx' ' ' 'M""""' u 1 ' H 'I 3 5' 4 5 gg' 4 ' 7 "gif ' f, .. ff? "' J ALR WAV ,giwff -wif" " , 'MG -Wm .J x Q . mm , W f ,W ,yr , 141, ,av x - I ' . ' " .3 uw 1. I ' Q41 A 'T , 'M' I 2f 'MQ aww? Q - - f .,,,, , Wm ,, 0 9 I mg, J 'iff Q ff- " -- ., I , -. W v ' '1 '-W 5 M ,f f' M, X -1 1, ':5?""' z"iiQ Q ,, wa. .ffl ' A Af 'W 1 .G.A. TRAFFIC COURT " 'v,'- STUDENT COURT ix ul' 'Nav Q Y ' we 4 M W- A C. ' X? P vw Q I R . ,X Q74 '22, 3' f 3 2 'gf' f ff 7 1 'f ' ' 6 fb- 'MQ TW X v -.W rl 5 fx 1 x ' XM X . S. X X si .JJ Q Nh gfzif' 2 X N X 5 X f SSW 14. ,raw .' ' X- 4:51 'XE' , nad' 1 ix . s 4 ,M F s xx 'Y 4 Y 1 . -3 . dj' L L 'ia fi as L ' . gl . -1 Q ' ji ' A I-r " dxf- W f ' fa ' : .:,f J:ai1f'f: W 1 f Mfr ' we 1' . 1 wwf 1 f ' f ,z f, P .. 3 N, an 'S va ,ff 4 Av, SGA office secre ,f Al, We 4 ff! 4 4 ,WJ KW M11 '- We '-'R tal Max Q ,, 'ugh' Q f fn. I N as 1 f L X if ff X 1 N! M a, A, if if 'asf -, , 5 f Y ,Z x faries: Brenda Parkhursi' and Mary Ann Johnson. i r 1 The Campus Chesf, sponsored by fhe SGA, provides funds for s+uden'r welfare proieds. THE SENATE THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES l l ... THE EXECUTIVE CABINET An SGA-sponsored blood drive broke 'rhe na'rional record for mos'r dona- Hons from a college campus. The blood was senl' fo US soldiers in Vie+ Nam SGA., Charges of vofing irregularifies and ballofbox sruffing added fo fhe con+roversy surrounding 'rhe Board of Publicarions amendmeni' . . . WM Nm K .Mp ,K .X 4, ,.., g YT NS. Bu'I' rhere was s'rill 'rime for fun as 'rhe SGA sponsored 'Phe annual Bama Day fesiivifies. A554 A f if JWW W6 f "hu Milli! n fi Lgmn Tall nlK?l r"8AlA LAUNCHED A Pl X121 ' UKLKLU yn they will AXA.-PLL-WM1! AQ pi'-Why f fl A ' aff ,wyvfw ' wwwffw MDV Page 155 ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS g'Challenge of Creativity" has been the by-word of the Associated Wfomen Students in 1965-66. The Culture Committees program on creativity reilected the current attempt to make modern culture more meaningful. In a lively discussion, moderated by Dr. j. B. MeMinn Cphilosophyb. Mrs. Phoebe Barr and Miss Lula Wlall Cdaneej, Dr. Marian Callaway ftheatrej, Mr. Frank Engle fartj, Dr. Edward Cleino Qmusicj, Dr. Eric Rodgers fsciencel, and Dr. Thomas -I. Rountree Ccreative writing? presented their ideas concern- ing creativity in their own fields. This year AWS has proved itself able to adapt to changing conditions and mores by developing with the Administration a more realistic drinking policy for University co-eds. l "I SAND' MESTLER, President CHARLOTTE GALLOGLY Vice Pres Page 156 fm V: iffgffq is V ln , iuyfiibsi K a W N l J Q H-as S225 :wif . 1 nw QV 1 -1 94: , - ,. fm? ,94 I A J, f 2 .1 ,W , ,,.. ,W Ag., ' "MSS T 'ff P- fpwf ' f W V W V M " D - W awww- ,, , v ,, ' Q, f M' QM 9 mg: ., lm 1 W ,, xr , M if I ..--1f f - Iv. T" fs. A erre r A 1 A , WYNNE ALEXANDER, Treasurer ESTA MEYERS, Secrefary A.W.S., Com. f ,,,f4r , ' Page 158 ah 65 The AWS Judiciary .fi Q 1' 'Q Q ' ffig ,Siam W J' TRHNSF BEM U ,wg lkgy W? f w J' 1. X 2 f f g 21 4 g Q if if 4 Nia ff f W5 1 Campaigns for AWS offices is as spirifed as any for high campus posifions. Page 159 AWS., SENIOR COUNCIL QW Mmm , 2 SOPHOMORE COUNCIL FRESHMAN COUNCIL A CGROLLA Yes, Virginia, there is a 1966 COROLLA. It oozed out along about the middle of September in spite of a bad press and indignant students. Why, the papers even insinuated that the edi- tor was a little Red. What was all the uproar about? VV ell, it was the first time in years and years that the thing has come out late. But it wasnit all that bad. The staff was trying to make the book as thick as a Sears catalogue, And since they were blowing out all the con- tingency funds on the campus with color work, they Hgured that they might as well take their time and do it up brown . . . and red and yellow and blue for that matter. Besides, they liked to procrastinate. And they did some crazy things, too. But not as crazy as the picture on the right indicates-that was all trick photography. MAC COWDEN, Editor 8 J xr Q X . - W , X 3 A Wi ' x , - ' Q I S 4 - W gk, M . , Q , 6317 Z, 0 ff. in Wk N gi f i A K We- ,Ar x n X., W EARL CAMPBELL, Business Manager 579' -,. , x, ff", ,X-Nu! 1147! ,!'4'. any 29 1 J , , 1 . ,p'1 , .A if 44 as DLEMAN LOLLAR, Copy Edifor BETTY HAYES, Associafe Edi+or .-4".. - ' 4-" f V' -, Us , ' . 3 e- 9 1-was., 1 ff Jim' RON FLEMING, Ediforial Assis+an'r ANN HEWITT, Associafe Edifor 4F J 'XJ w fi 3 M U 1 .L 34 .'-QI ."- Ju 'll' A 1. ,1- Y' ' w . M MN .5- nc A ai? ,L f ,V Q' ff i, ' TM. X I ADRIAN GRANT, Adver+ising Manager NANCY BIRCH FIELD, Office Ma na ger JOAN FLOWERS, Co-Layouf Edifor Page 164 SARAH COKER, Co-Layouf Ediior 4' JOHN MCADAMS, Phofography Ednfor MARY JOHNSON, Associafe Edi+or Cx 5 E DAVID SWINDELL, Alum. Ed.+or STEVE CLAYTON, Pl'1o+o Elle Edlfor gggfgghmno J r ' IMHQUS um 'rf 1 F Q . 3 ' 5 ,fb , , 5 QW A 14 Q 1 dwg, ALEX NELSON, CHARLES WATSON and FRED FIFE, Spor1's Edifors ,A ' X MWA HW Academics Edifor RE BIRCHFIELD, JACKIE TUCKER, Exchange Edifor 'eres'rs Edi+or , 7 ' " -, fi , Nw '52 T, .. T ng ' Q 5 2 1,:v L if . il 157 X if igsxvvwvwwv X , ga X X ,, .x ,XS mx fi k,,,V X 1 Q A ff ' xg , bb . JW' fr 5' BN YQ-3 if S , i fi Q5 If r V .' 3' N Qlrimann-Qilllqitn THE CAPSTONE'S NEWSPAPER SINCE I893 aww-57 7 Yf?,-1' ll-Iwi 'Z "U Continuing in the progressive tradition of the Crimson- X t VVhite, "The Capstone's Newspaper since l893,', this year L became a twice-weekly publication and copped awards for editorial writing while placing second in the nation in awards given the United States Student Press Association for editorial opinion writing. Members of the C-VV staff garnered a few bouquets and EH many brickhats for their lively and penetrating coverage of campus news events while expanding news coverage to the Huntsville and Birmingham campuses. In an attempt to broaden coverage of national and inter- national news the C-WV obtained services of the Associated Press newswire. The C-XV supplemented regular news coverage with numerous special editions and sections including "EXtrasv for Homecoming, S.C.A. Elections and a special women's issue. XV wi BILL SHAMBLIN, Editor Page 167 41149 n as X if FA, QM v. X. mm, A X J -P10-4:1 ax, Maw. . K in if 552' ..- s-.M ' v H' .sim-. ' X 1 ,if- , 1-vw mv, , o l gk -1 'img 4. Xb -X 'lm 1 Ni... J ffx Billie Blair, Managing Edifor J 4 M., 1 C-W, CO1"llf R.. X Q L +o R: Udo Volker Nowaclc, Asso- cia+e Ediiorg 77? 5 Dan Williamson, Enferiainmeni' Ediior, spy. Page 169 ALABAMA S N- 'I- ' I I C 1 Q, 'm Q ' -an 73 'iiixi I - -ff "THE SOUTH'S FINEST HUMOR MAGAZINE" Mahout's charming and ribald editors, Scout Powers, sent Kthe Southis Hnest humor maga- zine" far and Wide in 1966. A few issues man- aged to get past postal inspectors and reached Baptist ministers all over the country. And someone has suggested that the American Communist Party was behind sending thou- sands of issues to American soldiers in Viet Nam. Mahout in 1966 was obscene. It was sacrile- gious. It was just plain dirty. VVasn't Mahout Wonderful!! Page i ,-ff .. V ,as , x fiqflhf, ,Z'q'1,,k 1, , ajkii P2 ' ' ,hifi .',s,'-.gf ""ibw,, ' '-::'ff91Wr4!3i'+g iv ' ' ' 7' Scout Powers, Editor STAFF: iTopi Dick Jones, Asst. Advertising Manager: lL to R, standingl Scout Powers, Editor: Richard Groenendyice, Advertising Manager: Rick Shaw, Asst. Circulation Mgr.: Phil Auerbach, Circulation Mgr.: Linda Belz, Business Secre- tary, iSquattingl David Bockel, Business Manager. 70 Xxx x iff' 7 f 1 1, iYf?ff"' , I f f, f ,,!-,,!,,:1f,zrf' z f ff, X 'f I IV'4 !,fz', 4 2 ff,,",j ,f , ff.- I ".-,fy f f , , ff ,fag f fm? , f ,, f27Q,fX,' , 417, 16,10 riff f ' fn", ,2 ink' ' Z ri V' wi P, muy Q jx U, , , , , ,WM 5,1 .fi , , ffffw, Q' T '4-wfw' , ff f ,mm-,, WV, ,Q ,, Jw vzdi, 5 7 ,,f,,f' ,T-7-fa ' ff, ,, V My , ,, ' ffl !f,W,, yy. ,w ,,, , ,QM , am QM ,f , ,ff 3 f rw ,ff ff ,, 'U K ,,,, 2,,u,,l ,Ziff f f f ff ff-,ff ,W . f 4 ff, 7 ,, 'f VJ MM, ,z1,,fx,f- ,, ff. 174 ,X ,V pf ,,f,,,,f ,, -mf' ,ff MW ,,,z,zfQ ,fu ,f,3v,gff4,,zg," ' ,wffffif Wm ,mf f X ,fffvfff ,nf 1 ,'ZlQ??f f, ff ,ff 1 Q Wg , ' W fy' , X mf? V,,1'iiMfr7 , , iw ,fm O, 4 ,.,,, 'wi 'f'.,,,gf'f, 4 f 4, V, ' W 7,' f, f , WJ? ,Q V? If f,k,f, V, f,".gi":2'-M' Fil' J' 777- X f . 4 ,nv ' V ffgfy ,,f"'Y,"'1f-, W., 'f'rf,' ,f f , 4 f , ,ff M37 H ff ,, 3,761 , ,Q , nf , ,x fy W ff ' ,fm f f fmyy, , ,, f -, .nj 7 fm f "hw af f,,,, ,, , 2754 ' 3714, X f f KX' ,222'f"fLf? 'Z f f' f Aff 4 My , f,.,,,4,,' f Z fwQ,,wfiyf,f, ,mp f , f f ,MW , Aff ff f f , f , J ny. fx ff,fw ,,, ,,, , ggi!! K X X I wr 1.,, 1 vw? Lf-21,7 ,K A, , .X W 1 , f 0 The youngest of the student publications COMMENT was started in 1962 with the idea of providing an outlet for serious student, faculty, and alumni literary at- tempts. COMMENT, in spite of its many ups and downs since its beginning, has Hourished and come to be established as one of the major campus publications. In the brief span of time that it has existed, COMMENT has published Works by out- standing members of the faculty such as Iradell jenkins, Iohn Ramsey, August Ma- son, and Sidney Landman. Hudson Strode published in the spring of last year part of the Jefferson Davis prison letters Which were taken from Dr. Strodeys forthcom- ing edition of the Davis family letters. Also there has been some poems by the up and coming young poet Paul Ramsey, an interview with the noted Mississippi short story writer, Eudora Welty, and an article on the F. Scott Fitzgeralds in Paris dur- lng the "Tvventies" by a close personal friend of the Fitzgeralds and the author of 21 forthcoming book on H. L. Mencken, Miss Sara MayHeld. Page 173 Zu' 2 COMMENT mia 9 N625 'Xxx l I xx oN X i 0 X-a 7' 4 06 66 x 5 X-.xiso If A rl X xf in 1 Among the better names that slipped into the Cotillion schedule this year were Pete Fountain who played before a sellont homecoming audience, and james Brown whose individual style of singing attracted members of the rock-n-roll set from all over the state. One of Tusc-al0osa's top soeialities was heard to remark as she left one of the Cotillion Club's shows, 'iwho needs Broadwayg We have Haekherry lanelw gf 5 W Wm? , . H! I f' f ..,. V , , -fr-In I M4 X f M 'Q if X I? MU A 1 A f79 M 142 Q 2 , 1 , 3' if r 317 f' 7 6,... 3 .gf U X,,- I of -43, V X :FI ' 2- 4 9 't w ,, , , , I ,,.' 1 ' V"'!i,-Sli 'V Z 5 , 1 s i J! ev 2 ,,.4,,::'-'1 .ei .. The Le-Hermen highlighm' +he I966 COROLLA Beaufy Ball. James Brown opened 'rhe Cofillion Club season wifh his All-Sfar Revue. lnfernafionally acclaimed pianisi, Pe+er Nero, packed ihe house for his Spring concerf. Cotillion Club Conf. 5 E T5 ' v -V .' -, . Eff , " 'ig 'ggi V .Av .Q 4 , - 3 : 3551 ga, i. V ,,1..,:. . A Xwriinb A . -0 'Mx-. j -1,2 in 0 u ' ,,.v .. 1- in 2 aww, , . '5 .nl ,V "::1'vf' ' , -.v,':5 'g A :zb fi' f? .Va 'L , "1 ' ,, 0 5 1, , . fr ' b f 'I fix- . -, -f? ' ' ' . 1- ' ff Q 'vw 9' 1. ' gf f pgsql . f 5 V F' 'Q.5I,'i1?-H, .. 'ps , ef ff - , - . , :J -:gf - Wg, , ,Eg ,ug ,. Wg xf. f ,gf f 1- 53: fi ': 1-1: W x f' :-- " "SEQ?:l- 56 f., 2 g x Tom Lile, Diredor Page 178 'N -.1 . ,w UH . Q07 ' 'iff'-h-1 - x My ag 'mix ' , -, ,.W '+-Mfr -, , f 5 -, V -V sk g 4 K .xxx tzgfs xt- - A L 1 TI - 1 'fi'-?- V -- f -. ' 1 Allin! A nuhuxu-'.,. uunuxbnlzgzi :.-ginug w A M x ' N- 14.17, . - 1 ........-X,, , ,,,, -'lf ,,,,, Mar if 'O x'K? 1 ' g-, -'fr 'im Agar, a L lv ., ,' .'. . 71,1 . E. 7 I . -- -, A 'W 'S f ' AIQ , SG, bn 3 1 "v!UNrZ Page 179 ALABA U IO , 4 f 5 S 2 Q 3 3 E 7 M, ,, X NWN 61831 1 ,Q MW' T1'oa.t P Page 180 I .......... , Page 181 BOARD OF P BLICATION S Sandi Mestler, Mrs. Meriam G-ann Hill, Scout Powers, Mrs. Sarah Healy, Zach Higgs, John Finlay, Earl Campbell, Bill Shamblin, Mac Cowden, Jim Nolen, David Boclcel, Bob King, Prof. Ed Bounds, Dr. David Mathews. After an SCA Senate hastle, a campus-wide election, an elec- tion dispute, and a ruling by the student court, nobody really knows just who is on the Board of Publications. ln fact there is some doubt as to what it is! The board has traditionally been made up of the Dean of Men, the Dean of XVomen, several faculty members, and the editors and business managers of the various publications. It has served as an advisory board, keeper of purse strings, and Screener of prospective candidates of publication-offices. An amendment to change the membership of the board and another to change its functions were passed in the Fall by the Senate and House of Representatives and then were defeated in a student election by an 8-vote margin. The student court ruled the ballot boxes had been stuffed and ordered another election for the Spring. At COROLLA press time the old members of the board were still in their seats doing whatever it is that Board of Publica- tion memhers are supposed to do. STANDING: Zach Higgs, Dr. Victor Gibean, Mr. Harry Cohen, Mac Cowden, Bill Shamblin, Mr. Thomas Moore, Allan Lee. SEATED: Sandi Mestler, Mrs. Sarah Healy, Mrs. Stuart, Dr. David Mathews. TUDE T LIFE COMMITTEE The Student Life Committee ,Wayne , . .4 is a combination Supreme Court, FBI, and presidential advisor. Composed of student leaders and appointed faculty members, the committee reviews all bills passed by the student legislature to insure their legality according to the SCA constitution. At times the committee is called upon to investigate actions of student or- ganizations and it regularly makes suggestions to Dr. Rose on matters pertaining to student organizations and activities. MENS RESIDENCE HALL COUNCIL The Menis Residence Hall Council serves as a coordinating body for the menys residence halls. The Council consists of the president from each dormitory and the SCA representatives from the residence hall area. The Council meets twice a month to discuss the problems of the residents and to plan activ- ities for them. Each year the Council sponsors the Homecoming dance in the fall and a spring dance in early May. This year, the Council spon- sored, for the First time, all-star games in football, basketball, and softball. Page 183 OMENS RE IDE CE HALL COUNCIL ROW ONE Doris Whitlock Linda Petty Norman Deason, Janis Lewis. ROW TWO: Cornelia Yavls Marcia Muller Pat Anderson, Jean Sharpe. ROW THREE: Linda Cul- pepper Janice Hanchett Nancy Whitt Doreen Miley, Mary Ann Turner. The NVomen,s Residence Hall Council, composed ofthe presidents and representatives of each University residence, is a coordinating and legisla- tive body. The council works as a link between AYVS and each coed living in thc dorms. This year our projects included a dessert for residence hall directors, two legislator workshops, a Christmas banquet, and back-to- school party for all freshman and transfers. Our council has adopted a 4-S program emphasizing spirit, scholarship, sports and service projects. A special emphasis has been placed on arousing freshman spirit and interest in dorm activities. DORIS WHITLOCK, President JANIS LEWIS, Vice President JOY ROGERS, Secretary Page 184 JN. X V' f. Hayden Harris Hall 1 X K x New Hall 1:5 9 A U .y 1-,N 5 f ., if , . W E Us J, 5 f z Tw L vs 'J P h i- m imi' awk: - ' AY ef 4.2: N 1 , 4 ' g K f 4 596 sb? Y ' A' I E . Q an 3, 4 Yi X , , 1, 2 85 i be I he X W . fa 5 s. 2 Q' ,f x V f Q K, .Eff . E,- , W 1 WM ,X ,, me Quvk 'wx-a Mary Burke Wes'r fQL'Sy':'5?2Nxf' f X f f ?'wf-:MQQZWQWQ 1 f .z f eff if 95, ,. , ,, ., , ,, ,,,. Y X Wi, ,, - W' W' I ' , ww: fir f f. fr .M Q .,:,f7,. www f. 'Gif X' T9 UF Q1 nur Page 188 xl- In Mary Burke Easi' Mar+ha Parham Easf Q R . A fa A X , MJ' Page 189 Marfha Parham Wesi' INTERFRATERNITY C UNCIL Composed of the president or an elected representative from each fraternity, the Interfraternity Council is the governing body of the twenty-six national social fraternities on the campus. Its purposes embody unifying the fraternities to solve common prob- lems, promoting cooperation between the University and frater- nities, and protecting the interests of the fraternities and their members. The most important Work the IFC has undertaken this year con- cerns 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 Judiciary, extending its jurisdiction and power. The Hrst activity in which IFC participated was the annual con- vocation during summer counselling to acquaint freshmen men with the fraternity system and rushing. In addition, the Council published the CAPSTONE CREEKS for the purpose of helping those men interested in pledging a fraternity. Page 190 i ffa ,Vg -'u'.:,r4ffrf, -, ,N-. . -.W v b, , , I V,l,,,,4,..f W f 4- if .J my ,f , , ,, ' i f , , :- -Q aj" -, sw f, ,-,,,-ff, ff, Wy N ,f , 2, , -1,1 w,,g,f, wr I f fi V " ' i , ' V ' L, , ' 'W f X f X f f X The University of Alabama Panhellenic Association is composed 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 iirst 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 Week with the help of the Dean of Women's otlice and previously selected rush advisors. PA HELLE Page 191 1 IC ASSOCIATIO an CONCERT AND LECTURE SERIES Hans Conrad Sfars in "The Absence of a Cello." P9192 Arllwur Fiedler and +l1e Boslon Pops perform al 'l'l1e Universily. W! R Xf , s W 'Q X ,W Q-. f' , -we ' L E , , Q M 'ymaxwuswem J, W, ,n,,.,f.WMmw-:wwwmmw may 2 Q qu If N 5 fir? 5 J Q --:null nn' tx B 'MQW 5103 V. ,zb , NA ww' I i Q ?iMg:,..., ,ff J? ' a 9? .gf K 3 Page 195 e Budapesi' Chlldrens Chonr makes nfs American debuf FESTIVAL OF ARTS F w N r 1 1 1 Roberi' Penn Warren, auihor of Wilderness and All The Kings Men. Hal Holbrook por- 'rrays Mark Twain. ' - -- V , ' -v4w,.,.w.,.,,.wMw,..:.N.f....x..,V-.WMWwwM-f.A-,.,u.Q,-mw.m ww.-.-,.,..,.,:..,,.-,Wg,.,,.q...,, -:ere--:Qfwemwmwx Q 1 C lf z s 1. :C,AA Ag D I, -.W " '., - T1 ., wif-Q " , ,fb A , 3 'nh ' Q ' P Q .5 5 A H. 1 . cl 2 4 Q r E ' 5 gf I :X . I V Qi -av Q --Q ak-L ew 'P vw Q adiiidwiif-1? ......,.QQ ' V A 4 54 ,Mr V RA tm-D., W X ,,,, an A 'fi x f Q :fm W f .4 .A 1 -v M 1' WE 1' ,ty ,pig ',:1E--'V ffl' ,Q , 1 fy A,,V mg it Qzz ' I Q: ' ,, N ' y- ' 'Y ,M A S. if -JM Q gggf 3 mi? in ,, THE MILLIGN DOLLAR BAND COL. CARLTON K. BUTLER, Direcfor B ll Fuqua, drum malor and eeman, Miss Q . Mn' A KA, 1515? MEF' ',ST". ,, ha Q .A 13 u A ., , ff' 2 111. gf QW! 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Sierne, Pres.: Jean Goddard, Secrelaryg Ed Wil- liams, Treasurer, Dr. Gallaway, Advisor Noi Picluredz Pai' Aldredge, Fairlie Aran+, George Bauer, Greg Crosby, Kalhy Buckley, Richard Davidson, Sherry Garref, Jaclc Geren, Morris Friedman, Roy Harris lveepl, Mary Anne Johnson, Carol Anne Massingill, Paffi Mc- Gonigal, David Meadows, Julian Oalcs, Alice Schwarz, Dr. Jack Monlgomery, Charles Carr, Phoebe Barr, Fred S'l'yles. Ed Walfers, Julian Williams, Susan Zarovslxy, Tom Ray UNI ER ITY PLAYER University Players supplies the manpower behind the activities of the University Theatre. Requiring no previous experience-only a will- ingness to work-members come from almost every department on cam- pus, the faculty, and townspeople. From the membership come actors, technicians, costumers, publicists, and directors who transform raw ma- terial into the theatrical magic of a finished show. Every year the group undertakes four major productions and Studio Theatre. The latter, which was presented for the Festival of Arts this year, is a student-produced venture which raises funds to send repre- sentatives to the Southeastern Theatre Conference and Tryouts. The productions this year were, C'The Private Ear 51 The Public Eye," '1Look Homeward Angelf "The Coopf' 'KCaptain links of the Horse Marinesf and the Studio Theatre contribution, 'cThe F antasticksf, Page 203 Q ,J F UNIVERSITY PLAYERS, P 20 ALPHA PSI OMEGA, national dramatics honorary Mrs. Pheobe Barr, Fred Meyers, Dr. Meriam Galloway, Marx Sferne, Mary Ann Johnson, Jean Goddard, John Ross. Z , L I 'A .X U y , 4 ,s: C', - ' , X ' 1 3 f L M f Q' -' Q i - Y y r ' ' ! . .. X - . fr 5 - 225 . Q S f x 9,3 I ' "" 95 ' 'Sa 4 -...o ez V UK. as 'J ,.-Q W y HV WW -Q ..- xx x 'Qt 3 DEBATE QUAD Alaliamais national champion clcliato team proyccl tliat 'Bama is nnmlivr one in more ways tlian ont' in 1966. For the sixtli timo in ciglit years Alabama took top lionors at thc Pittsburg Cross-Examination Dt-liatc tonrnainvnt. And tlic- squad also won tliv Vanclcrliilt Uniycrsitt National Invi- tational Dcliatcl Tournament. Two incliyiclnal mcmlicrs of tlic Alaliama dclnatc toam, .lat-ls Drake and Fonrnicr Calc, xyc-rc sclct-tml liost in tlio nation by tlic California Instituto of Tcclmology. Undvr tlic cxpcrt clircc-tion of Prof. Annalicl Hagoocl, Alaliama clciliatws liayo clialliccl-np many c-liampionsliips in rua-exit yciars. Pcrliaps tlio most iinprc-ssivv rcc-orcl Alaliama liolcls is living one of only four sc-liools to win tlic NVQ-stpoint National Debate Tournamcnt twicv. Only Alabama and Dartmouth liayo won tlic titlc witli two clif'toi'0nt teams. f rim? 4-u fn ' lil ll We 1 1 Y Y . V 77 A time for dealing . . . ,Q anew-N CAMPUS POLITICS 5. u.e1i IK 4 A , n' flff! H I-XRULD KUSHNEI MQW R58 IU. S SE Tl' Y P 20 N5 Q ...,..f'.C1-1.1 campaigning ulmln , I , Er f , ,.-PIE A IZIILT ,ND ' HAHU1 3 if W ua 'L' jx .,,, , , .. Q H ,N -4' - .:..1 2 Y ,, . 45 ? n 4 M4'-nns""' and voting. Page 209 X , A, iff CAMPUS POLITIC , Com- we ,fee- 'Nr' -VXSQT " JA -liklyg. ,f if r rug- e .LN Q-..,,.I"" "' K, '. c'i:1' Uv-1 W .vfgff X. E3- 'fm af -0 , --.wx 2- QJD 7 M, , ,f , A ' W W xg 4: s T ,inf ' W ' V e wwf. ' -- - ' f.,. ' ' ,lf J :wx ' ..-.A - '- 5- -"' ,V ' b,,g,W mwfg N ye,-f 311- v3.7.1 . f- 4 ,Q U LW--1.334-'!"'A,.': 'iw-.pxv i -- A --1. wi V ' 4" 'H 5 . Q , ,, . , Ay Q bm, ,. Q - Q ., , ,, ' ' 1 -, - vi, 1 f ' '1-' " +f14in..m--.L ' " -NH 1 7 -K 4 The campus election : a time for wafclzing and waiting . . . Page 210 CHRI TIAN STUDE T CE TER Serving the students at the Capstone, UCSC is gaining a foothold as a vital influence in the Univcr- sity community. lVhile the Center provides 21 whole- some atmosphere for young Cl11'iStl2'lHS coming from all over the nation, it attempts to combat the forces encountered in higher education that tend to usurp Christian ideals. Q- Poge 212 .Na ,fn pd 1,1 .hh .R.A. The University of Alabama Student Religious Association is a service organization composed of representatives from the vari- ous student religious centers on campus. Its purpose is to strengthen the religious con- sciousness of the University and to encourage the exchange of ideas, problems, and plans of the member groups. It is responsible for sponsoring the Annual Fall Symposium, Religious Emphasis XVeek, and the presentation of the Ann Inglett Award. INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION .2 g.. dd! ri. , 7 -1 ff , , W'w-mm, Q fm-,w ' 'wf W fga 'xp . ZW --me Q Page 216 my ,M , 4, .wif ya f , 'M ,!4'Qfm, ' za :ay nw! f f NWN X 11, , fa, , ,f f 3'1- f. 'I-'U Page 217 ALABAMADS CRIMS N GIRL Page 218 w. t it Gil Otlicial hostesses for the University perhaps best de- scribes the role of the Crimson Cirls. 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 functions, and dis- play a continuing school spirit. Publicity and management of the Crimson Cirls is di- rected through the Crimson Cirl Committee which is also responsible for the planning and direction of their activities throughout the year. Toward the end of the year the Crimson Cirl Committee elects one Crimson Cirl which it feels has been most outstanding and deserv- ing of Commendation. A 4 r , 1 f 1 N Page 219 CHEERLEADERS Donna Davenpori' Karen McQuillen Carol Self Lucia Adams Bucky Wood Mickey Grigsby Bubba Brew+on Ronnie Sorrells 1 Page 221 Page 222 A' x I 1:53 ,.. Qs THE HIGH TIDES QR Wi M 99 CLUB Membership in the University of Alabama "An Club, composed of Var- sity monogram winners, is a result of having participated in one of the old- est and most successful 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 Wholesome college spirit and to pro- mote both physical and moral well- being among the students, and to provide a meeting place for the organ- ization which shall be used as a club room by the members of the KA" Club in order to provide a place for friendly gatherings among the students who have earned their letter at the Univer- sity of Alabama. Q4 .-.--nv' ..,..f-1 ......- -.nm , m 3 .... f-J' x f CS " ' A , y of Page 225 WOMENSI TRA URAL Af' " 1 Q K its-as my Q 4.- 5 4. Q 4 .- n 1 1 X. - !'hF ' x it In ,Q I' NWN Page 226 mweffwww S 'nv is W PS 5 -VE H6 'I w l I 1 am A Yagi: -. an ,, YW! fe' '-. , Ffls ,. 'Q ' 3 , .k,hl ,Y W?" ' , Fflmkt--A ' TCW GIRL Town Girls Association, a division of the Associated Women Students, endeavors to inform its members of University activities and to encourage their participation in them. Its membership comprises all women students having residence in Tuscaloosa County. Q The main project this year was the production of the Miss Tuscaloosa Contest in cooperation with the Tusca- loosa Business and Professional VV omenis Club. A fashion show was combined with the contest and proceeds were GA The Young VVomen,s Christian As- sociation is open to all women who are students at the University. The purpose of the organization is to stimulate girls, interests in the rest of the world and to unite women in a desire to realize a full and creative life I ' ,A . 4- UWM. awarded as a University scholarship to a worthy Tusca- loosa woman. ln addition to several socials each year, Town Girls Association performs worthwhile service projects for the University and the Tuscaloosa Community. Meetings are held weekly in the Union Building. The Alabama Student Union has reserved Room 9 for Town Girls who wish to drop by between classes. SEATED: Peggy Managhan, Donna Hallberg, Claire Birchfield, Joyce Tyler, Wal- ton Callen. STANDING: Margene Collier, Anne Nichols, Libbi Fitz, Patti Balmer, Shirley Kay Bennett, Viclri Meagher. I through a growing knowledge of Cod. This year the program was divided into two parts. During the first semes- ter the Christian Religion was empha- sized and second semester the empha- sis was placed on other religions. Some of the programs featured guest speak- ers and some were discussions by the members. Page 228 I 'H ,J 'vs r il PIRIT f L4 Spirit, a service organization, provides a way for all interested women students to begin participation in eampns activities. Among its traditional projects are putting together lnindreds of shakers for the Auburn-Alabama and Homecoming games, sponsoring tlie Crimson Girls, providing ushers for tlie Concert and Lecture Series and for tlie University Theatre, work- ing with the Spirit Planning Committee to coordinate and publicize the pep rallies, and providing an award to the Most Outstanding Freshman woman. ,JY WA CLUB CIRCLE K The Circle K Club, established at the University in 1957, is an international service organization composed of 500 clubs and over 9700 members. Circle K is not merely an organization, but a driv- ing force, developing leadership for tomorrow while creating a better university today. X 'vs Page 230 J 7 ' -ill' BAMA SKY DIVERS The Alabama Sky Divers, only organized a year, took second place honors in the National Collegiate Iliglildchuting Championships held in April at Texas Bama Sky Divers began last October with only three membersg today there are over twenty jump- ers. The team's membership includes both men and Women, faculty and students. OFFICERS President and Safefy officer John D. Philips Vice Presidenf Cliff Woods SeCF9i'6l'y Jim McFarlane Treasurer Warren Bullin ARMY CADET OFFICERS CLUB The Arm Cadet Ollicers Club, composed of the Ad- vanced Cadets, was established in 1923. It contributes to the esprit 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 military ball, sponsoring of the commissioning receptions, a cadet oH'icers wives coffee and various other social events. It is the aim of the Officers Club to build a true feeling of unity and loyalty. The Oilicers Club en- deavors to show that military training is of value so- cially as well as in the Held of leadership. EEE? Y 1 3 i lil ll illll J I I 'Il Page 232 53' .-ai. 'Q Ill V Army ROTC Sponsors: Claudia Voolcles, Barbara Sparks Heaiher S+rai'I', Mary Jo Brazellon, Carol Self, Lynn Epsman Halcyann Jones, Jean Nisbef, Calhye Cole. OFFICERS Presiclenl' Bruce Solcol Vice Presiclenl' Ralph Quarles Secre+ary J. B. Schilleli Treasurer Harry Slolces Page 233 J7 ,a ew f '51 'WV ,ca t 2fymWZ53 9 X 4 f a-7?-'z-M W, mf f-1729? Q? awgig we if M Wgifm K, ,: --fzzgfgfygi , -Q , ,r ,mf t,,yW,a4a f ZZZQQZMQ 2 QQ, W MWWQV f President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Advisor ' jiiiiiaze OFFICERS Page 234 - V 'A-Q., F fr f 5 I i X. 1. , AIR FCRCE CADET OFFICERS CLUB Membership in the AFROTC Cadet Oflicers Club is extended to each advanced AFROTC cadet. The Club sponsors two social activities each year, a Fall Banquet and the Air Force Ball which is held in the spring semester. The Club promotes additional pro- grams of a social nature and extends to each cadet the opportunity to meet and to know better the other cadet officers and detach- ment otHc-ers. Elmer Padgett John Roberts John Ra Pete Weill Capt. lra F. Allen Air Force ROTC Sponsors: IL 'l'o Rl BeH'y Jane Aber- crombie, Karolyn Payne, Pamela Jarreii, BeHy Lee Ben- jamin, Leigh Sfanford, Francis Rice, Mary Beech, Sherry Gunfer, Sandee McRae, Gail Roberis. Page 235 SCABBABD 81 BLADE Captain lsi' L'I'. 2nd L+. Isi' Sgt. Scabbard and Blade is a national Hlllltdly honoiary Members of Scabb 1rd and Blade are chosen from ca fraternity with over 100 chapters across thc Unittd States dats enrolled 111 advanced Army ROTC WhO have K Company, 5th Regiment, 11 as founded at thc UHIVCI aclnex ed outstfindinff records 111 scholaishlp leadership sity of Alabama in 1946 and has mamtamcd a high posi character and m1l1ta1y pioficiency as well as in extra tion on the campus since that time curricular activities OFFICERS Page 236 Edwin K. Livingston Richard A. Jacobs Bruce Sokol Roger Coleman ALABA A STUDENT NURSE ASSOCIATIO The purposes of UASNA are to promote and uphold high professional standards, to aid in the professional growth and development ot individual student, to pro- mote professional and social unity among the nursing students, and to acquaint them with the professional nurs- ing organizations. Membership is open to any student en- rolled in the Baeculaureate program upon payment of clues. In 1966 there were 103 members. UASNA is affiliated with the Alabama State Student Nurses, Association and the National Student Nurses, Association members. ,A Q is mba in- Hr' OFFICERS President, Mitzi Lott Ist Vice president, Jane Lee Recording sec., Lynn Charmichael Corresponding sec., Diane Gant j Treasurer, Mary Ann Kincaid Parliamentarian, Penny Goliday Chaplain, Terry Martin FIRST ROW: Mary Tuck, Linda Whisenhart, Linda Gargin, Terri Boyd, Betty Faye Harris, Nancy Whited, Lilli Lynch. SECOND ROW: Marti Whitaker, Diane Gent, Penny Goliday, Sharon Main, Mitzi Lott, Lynn Carmichael, Cecelia Nelson, Jane Lee. THIRD ROW: Diane Metsger, Betsy Holmer, Lloyd Berry, Evelyn Mundy, Nancy Gotorth, Millie Sims, Carol Ann May, Mary Beth Freeman, Bonnie Fuller, Gisele Varnell, Sylvia Burkhalter, Eloise Clark, Sharon Frederick, Rita Maniscalo, Lynn Peterson Diane Cleilancl. The Delta Chapter of Alpha Beta Alpha, national un- dergraduate Library Science Fraternity, was established in 1953. N Our programs, presented by chapter members, foreign students, and various sehool librarians, carried out this MEMBERS S Claudia Alexander, Jean Benton, Mrs. Maree M. Blackwell, Mrs. Bobbie Brown, Mrs. Melba D. Brown, Patricia Bruce, Beverly Cal- houn, Rebecca Chiz, Ann Cole- man, Judith Creitz, Suzanne Cruikshank, Kathleen Crain, Mari- lyn Davis, Linda Esslinger, Mrs. Genevieve Ferguson, Nancy Goodwyn, Ruth Ann Hall, Judy Hanby, Mrs. Delores Harris, Carol Harrison, Patricia Hart, Jackie Hatmaker, Mrs. Evelyn Hendon, Marion Hugghins, Mary Henri Jones, Donna Kelly, Judith Lane, Eubert G. Lloyd, Mary McEachin, Carol Moss, Mrs. Billie Murphree, Ann Nichols, Sandra Patton, Frieda Payne, Noreen Pitts, Mrs. Linda Reiser, Mary Helen Roberts, Mrs. Carolyn Sample, Julia Steph- ens, Nancy Phea Stewart, Ricky Smith, Mrs. Wanda Floyd Stump, Feng Ying Sun, Mrs. Alice J. Swaim, Teresa Taylor, Jean Trice, Jackie Tucker, Mrs. Lillian Tucker, Sandra Viverette, Patricia Wal- lace. Charlotte Wellman, Betty Jean Williams. ALPHA BETA ALPHA year's theme-i'Focus on the Professionf' The aim this year was library recruitment which was planned tor high school library assistants. Our project was selling candy to buy books and records for the children at the Partlow School. 2nd Vice president, Cecilia Cantrell , .,.. , we 4 12 if FRONT ROW: Andy Maness, Ronald Kyzer, Jon Rey Sullivan, Ronald Brown, Roger Hall, Bob Derriclc, Beaclc Sides. SECOND ROW: Bernard Jaclcson, Carl Albright, Leonard Gibson, Joe Durham, Bill Dueease, Mike Atchison, James Love, John Hanley. THIRD ROW: Assist- ant Dean R. W. Killingsworth, Joe Faircloth, James Weiss, Bob Roy, Roy Farrior, Jimmy Howard, Assistant Dean H. A. Kallsen. .I.Ch.E. The Alabama Chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers was founded on Nov. 10, 1933, with the purpose of fostering the interests of stu- dents in chemical engineering and promoting their Welfare as prospective mem- bers of the profession of chemical engineering. The Alabama Chapter strives to fulfill these objectives by holding regular meetings with guest technical speakers and by making field trips to chemical plants. Individual accomplishment by the members is encouraged by their participa- tion in the Southern Regional Conference which is held each spring. The Chap- ter presents an award to the outstanding senior in Chemical Engineering. EXECUTIVE ENCINEERI C COUNCIL The Engineering Executive Council is the representative body of the Student Engineers' Associa- tion, which consists of all the stu- dents in the School of Engineering. The Council, consisting of repre- sentatives from the different depart- ments and engineering students in student government, acts as an in- termediate agent betvveen the stu- dent body and the office of the Dean. The Council represents the engineering student body in all Uni- versity activities. The over-all pur- pose of the organization is to foster professional and social activities in the College of Engineering. OFFICERS President Bernard Jackson Vice President Herman Clark Treasurer Eddie Cimino Recording Secretary Samuel Sheridan Corresponding Secretary Timothy Sciple 4' WV- i f 7 f, fy! iz2l3fl1afAmfyW1k'.'f'.,, " ' ' Z" ' f ' V f if " tin ' f. of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers at the University of Ala- bama is the student branch of the National AIME pro- fessional organization. This student association was chartered at this University in 1938, and has remained fin active and integral part of the College of Engineer- ing, This organization is an important phase of mineral industry education and through the facets of the institute, emphasis has been placed on strong coopera- tion between the school and the industry. W .I.lVI.E. The American Institute J? FIRST ROW: Raymond Bishop, Jimmy Howard, Joe Nations, Sam Gilbert, Braclc Sides. SEC- OND ROW: Charles Whitson, Kenndall Hamby, Bernard Von Hagel, Raymond Von Hagel, Jerry McLendon. THIRD ROW: Prof. E. J. Planz, Prof. Robert Cox, Prof. David Grubbs. OFFICERS President Jimmy Howard Vice president Joe Nations Secretary-treasurer Sam Gilbert A.l.I.E. g .I ,A E Katha SEATED: Ronnie Havard, Edwin Howard, Bob Derriclt, George Johnson, Ronnie Davis, Bob Davidson, Bill Ducease. STANDING: Roy Andrews, Ronald Kemp, John Ford, Frank Trimble, George Dorison, Ronald Brown, Donald Womble, James L. Burton, George Richardson, Jimmy Cannon, Willard Bowers, Newton Perry, Harry Barton, Larry Worten, Bruce James, Julius Barrett, Robert Nabors, Sammy Seals, David Miller, Mike Dennis, John Harley, Joe Higginbotham, Rick Fowler. The American Institute of Industrial Engineers is a nationally recognized organization for industrial engi- neers. The organization vvas founded at Ohio State Uni- versity in 1948 by Professor Wyllis G. Stanton, who is now at the University of Alabama. The Alabama Chap- ter was founded shortly thereafter as a society for in- dustrial engineers devoted to the professional and in- tellectual development of its members. AIIE keeps the students up to date on the latest de- velopments in the engineering Held by sponsoring a diversified program of interesting and informative extra- curricular activities throughout the year, These activi- ties include lectures, forums, meetings, Held trips to places of engineering interest, and participation in Engi- neers Day. A. .A.A. The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, founded February I, 1963, by a merger of the American Rocket Society and the Institute of the Aerospace Sciences, is the principal United States aerospace technical society. Its objective is the advancement of the art, science, and tech- nology of aeronautics and astronautics. Programs for the student branch include events such as lectures by leaders in aeronautical and astronautical develop- ments. Individual accomplishment among student members is encouraged through an AIAA regional student confer- ence each year, where graduate and undergraduate students present original technical papers. Two awards are given each year. The Outstanding Achieve- ment Award is presented to a student and a lecture award is given to the best lecturer. 5 gamma H5515 KHEYUKY UNUM FIRST ROW: Sparks, Wills, Durham, Banks. SECOND ROW: Ogden, Boykin, Gibson, Horn, Willingham, Wheeler. THIRD ROW: Gibson, Boyd, Palmer, Moore, Padgett, Stephenson. FOURTH ROW: Price, Grag, Pareth, Bath, Labonde, Strickland, Mills Sullivan, Langham, Baugh, Griswold, Crenshaw. FIFTH ROW: Holland, Nall, Sisson Kmetz, Chow, England, Nelson, Smith, Weiss, Yancy, Jones, Breckenridge, Myrick, Kelly Santora, Albright. NOT SHOWN: Lackeos, Schneider. Page 240 .S.lVl. The University of Alabama student branch of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers is de- voted to the professional and intellectual develop- ment of the students of mechanical Engineering. ASME offers its members an opportunity to par- ticipate in the publication of a monthly engineer- ing paper, field trips, students, paper contests, pro- grams with prominent speakers from education and industry, and various social functions such as the Christmas party. FIRST ROW: Bolo Roy, Dick Mildee, Richard Erwin, Len Ged- goudas. SECOND ROW: Roy Kyser, Sid Cooley, Bruce Blatzer. THIRD ROW: James McDonald, Don Mullins, Charles Higgin- botham, Wayne Berry, Phil Terrier, Nick Brown. FOURTH ROW: Stokely Morgan, Tom Beck, Jack Bobo, Dr. Walter Schaetzle, David Harless, John Schorn. 0 95' Institute of Electrical St Electronics Engineers E mu 454 U 7, 5? X 0 0 3 ua zz The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Incorporated, is the largest professional engineering so- ciety 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 op- portunity to associate educationally and socially with fellow engineering students. Page 241 .,,, , nog ,',,,Qaw an miata uxdnmlilzsuxgw' 'XWHK' - assay uut 966890 THETA TAU This year marks Theta T au's sixty-first year of existence, and Mu Chapterfs forty-third year at the University of Alabama. With these fifty-nine years goes the claim of being the largest and old- est professional engineering fraternity. The purpose of Theta Tau is to develop and maintain a high standard of professional interest among its members and to unite them in a strong bond of fraternal fellowship. Theta Tau is not an honor society, but a professional engineering fraternity founded on the principles and privileges of fraternal brotherhood and the common bond of professional interest. NNN. 5 Q, r as mr l if 'qv'- umm., i'1f,wgasw,,eg?s-1 wg E 9 3 i 089 x 1 W-U, fm-,. 75 , , K-W Page 243 American Foundrymen ALPHA PI MU 244 AGNES ELLE HARRI CLUB The Agnes Ellen Harris Club is a professional organization in the School of Home Economics, and it is affiliated with both the Alabama and American Home Economics Associations. It was founded in 1931 and named for Agnes Ellen Harris, the first dean of the School of Home Economics. It functions as a cultural and academic addition to the lives of its members. Membership is composed of majors in Home Economics and Home Eco- nomios Education. By means of group projects and guest speakers in a variety of homemaking fields, the club promotes the cultural ideals and all-around values of home economics. A ERICA INSTIT TE OF DESIGN To promote interest in inte- rior design, to inform students about methods and materials, practice and ethics: these are the purposes of the student chapter of the American Insti- tute of Interior Designers at the University. VVorking with pro- fessional AID members, the stu- dent chapter holds an annual seminar each Spring. FIRST ROW: Cherry Hicks, Michael Krol- linger, Rosalyn Osbond. SECOND ROW: Donna Goodwin, Vivian Green, Ellen Davis, Sunny Clark, Comille Twitty, Gale Kinney, Joyce Clements. THIRD ROW: Elizabeth Hitt, Paula TripIe++, Beverly White, Linda Blackwell, Allan Comer. FIRST ROW: Estes, Mosley, Paddock, Braswell Giles, Hendrickson, Moore. SECOND ROW: Peter son. Sprinkle, Austin, Cooper, Welch, Culbert THIRD ROW: Menke, Faulk, Turner, Bassett, Tate Weygancl, Potter, Bryan, Roberts, Bostick, Jordan Jordan, Stringtellow, Hueford. FOURTH ROW Mann, Braswell, Williams, Pacey, Humber, Duncan Northcutt, VanWagoner, Phillips, Dahlene, Mc Pherson, Lamborse, Mims, Duncan. ww usffswffau nwmnwzzaf 4- f annnnizzz ie 1 1 1- m m ilu ml: SIG A DELTA CHI Headlines, deadlines, and bylines - these are the things that interest the men of Sigma Delta Chi. SDX, Professional jour- naistic Society, is the na- tionis oldest and most hon- ored fraternity for newspapermen. Its monthly journal, Quill, is one of the most frequently quoted publications on the media. OFFICERS President Udo Volker Nowaclc Vice president U if? lyf.i, Secretary Ray Childers Advisor John Burton Coleman Lollar SHOWN: Bill Shamblin. The Society for the Advancement of Management is the recognized national professional society of management 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 scientihc principles of modern management in all 5, y , 4W'ww14W'WM ' f 1 My f My ' n 4? George Noblin, George Carleion, Terry Hardwick, Udo Nowaclc, Ray Childers, Col. A. S. Powell, Pete Clark, Warren Lipscom, Coleman Lollar, John Burion, Wayne Atchison, Dan Williams. NOT 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, instructors, businessmen, and others for the study of management problems. 7 ALPHA KAPPA P I FIRST ROW: Dorothy Schaeizle, John Penton Collins, Victor Harrison, Advisor, William H. Lucas, Vice President, Chester F. White, Presi- dent, Harold O. Wilson, Treasurer, Henry F. Stabler, Secretary, Genie Powell. SECOND ROW: Thomas F. Leopard, James Edward Moon, David Ernesi' McFadden, George Robert Rea, Jr., John Foley, Henry Mixon, James Harvey Lance, Robert Hickey, Derriclc Brown. THIRD ROW: Dr. Peier Hain, Allen Dudley, Sammy R. Graham, Ronald E. Clary, Elbert Drummond, AS Mohamed Ghouse, Charles Yundf, Hugh W. Grammer, Larry K. Chamblee. Admission to Beta Alpha Psi is one of the goals of every accounting major. Member- ship in this professional ac- counting fraternity is based on leadership and character, as Well as a high degree of excel- lence in scholarship. This pro- fessional accounting fraternity seeks to promote the strict ideals and ethics of account- ing. 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 fra- ternity. Through the spon- soring of panel discussions, commercial functions, and professional meetings, Beta Alpha Psi has created a me- dium that closely binds in- structors and students. DELTA SIGMA Pl Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities, to en- courage Scholarship, social activity, and to promote aiiiliation be- tween the commercial World and the stu- dents of commerce. SEATED: Ben Treadwell, James DeRoy, Aubrey Riley, Dianne Haver, Bill Fergison, Stuart Witty. STANDING: Daniel McFadden, James Moon, Allen Dudley, Glenn Gilbreatln, David Ward, Drayton Lester, Roger Coleman, Paul Jacobs, Jolm Snyder, Clyde Scott. President, Roger Coleman Senior Vice President, Aubrey Riley Vice President, Robert Porter Secretary, James DeRoy Treasurer, Allen Dudley as - mmvnamsvwam . 1 I ry: ' 1-- -'HH '- A LA A A Alpha Lambda Delta Was established on the University of Ala- bama campus in 1930. It is a national honorary for freshmen Women who have obtained an average of 2.5 in their first and second semes- ters. Membership in the organization is the highest recognition that a woman can receive for outstanding scholarship in her freshman year. The main purpose of Alpha Lambda Delta is to promote intelli- gent living and a high standard of learning, and to encourage supe- rior scholastic attainment among freshmen women. As one of its projects, this honor society sponsors during the year two lecture programs with leading speakers. Page 248 PI M EP ILO Pi Mu Epsilon is a non-secret organization Whose purpose is the pro- motion of scholarly activity in mathematics. It attempts to do this by electing members on an honorary basis according to their proficiency in mathematics and by engaging in activities designed to promote the mathe- matical and scholarly develo ment of its members. Special speakers pre- scnt programs of interest at tllle monthly meetings. Each year Alabama Alpha of Pi Mu Epsilon holds a fall initiation ban- quet and a spring initiation picnic at Moundville, attended by faculty and student members, as Well as the new initiates. Nao.. DRINKING ...innsnoom DKAPPA DELTA EPILDN Kappa Delta Epsilon, a national honor sorority, was founded in 1933 to perpetuate the ideals of well- trained teachers. To be qualified for membership in Alpha Sigma chap- ter, one must be a junior and have maintained a 2. average in all courses. Also one must have com- pleted nine hours of education courses. The highlight of the year was the Southern Regional Meeting of KDE held in Tuscaloosa on March 25-26. OFFICERS President Barbara Marks Vice President Nancy Tate Secretary Donna Kelly Treasurer Elaine Koplon Historian Katherine Ann Ford Advisor Dr. Marjorie Ann Switt Donna Kelly, Barbara Marks, Dr. Swift, Elaine Koplon, Mary Ann Pounds, Ann Love less, Betty Cooper, Gloria Hooton, Carolyn Mason, Jan Holt, Paula Sinniard Betty LaGrone, Gerogeanne Burns, Lynn Addison. ,Mr if 'J xiii OFFICERS President Cary Williamson Vice President Charles Chard Recording Secretary Mike Santoro Corresponding Secretary Douglas Parsons Treasurer Toppy C. Cruce Bridge Correspondent Albert L. Pardue Advisor Dr. R. E. Lveg. FIRST ROW: Cary Williamson, Terry S. Meek, Tommy C Cruce Kenneth H Maughan, Mike Santoro, Richard Haskew, Charles A. Chard SECOND ROW David McOuiddy, Herbert Harris, William F. Heathcock, Avery Harrell D R E Lv g ETAiKAPPA.NU PHI UP ILO 0 ICRO Phi Upsilon Omicron is the national home economics honorary professional fraternity. Psi chapter was in- stalled at Alabama in 1936. Members are selected in the latter halt of their sophomore year on the basis of a 2.0 QPA, The fraternity's activities include giving a tea for all new students in home economics and awarding the Phi Upsilon Omicron book award. OFFICERS President Elaine Mosley Ist vice president Gay McWilliams 2nd vice president Susan Pacey Corresponding secretary Betty Cooper Recording secretary Anita Baker T U BETA Pl Tau Beta Pi is a national engineering honor society which was founded at Lehigh University in 1885. It has since grown to 117 chapters with over 121,000 members and was one of the six founding members of the Association of Col- lege Honor Societies. The purpose of Tau Beta Pi is "to mark in a Htting manner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates in engineering or by their attainments as alumni in the field of engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering colleges of America." The Alabama Beta chapter of Tau Beta Pi was established at the University of Alabama on Novem- ber 20, 1926, and has since initiated over 900 members. Membership in Tau Beta Pi represents the highest honor to be attained by engineering students and is awarded on the basis of high scholarship, exemplary character, leader- ship, and professional promise. ' .1 FK FIRST ROW Herman Clark Roy Farrior James Fuller Stephen Meek, J. R. Haslcew, T. V. Beck, Henry S. Caldwell, Charles A. Chard, Tommy C Cruce Ronald R Kemp David Lutt Richard M Hammer THIRD ROW Robert D. Armstrong, Herbert W. Harris, Walter J. Horn, John L. Hybart Stanley B Jackson Guy W Dryden David H Givson Terence F Martin William H. Owen, William Gary Williamson. Page 252 af' Joe Lublrowitz, Stanley Jackson, Brenda Brown, Hal Craig, Bettsy Pritchett, Dan Salter John Potts, Herman Clank, Robert Culp. GAMMA SIGMA EPSILON Gamma Sigma Epsilon is the only national honorary co-educational chemical fraternity and was founded at Davidson College in 1919. Memebers are selected from chemistry majors who have shown outstanding scholarship. Help sessions have been and Will continue to be held every Wednesday night in the Chemistry Building for any student who Wishes free help with chemistry problems. OFFICERS Grand Alchemist Betty Pritchett Recorder Donald Thomas Visor Dan Salter Keeper ot the Kult Robert Culp Advisor Prof. George Tottel Page 253 W xW W4g, vW PHI ETA IG A Phi Eta Sigma, a national freshman scholastic fraternity for men, was founded at the University of Illinois 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 entitled Hints on How to Study to incoming Freshmen 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. l r J SEATED Bob Pritchett President Earl McClure Treasurer. STANDING: Robert Davis, Senior Lx Advisor Freddy Kelly Vice President Charles LeCroux, Dr. David Mathews, Faculty advisor. Page 254 FACULTY AND STAFF MEMBERS Y Mable E. Adams Thomas B. Alexander Woodrow W. Boyett Elizabeth Coleman Wade H. Coleman Ralph W. Cowart George Croker Jacqueline V. Davis Louie 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 M. Leigh Harrison R. M. Havens Robert B. Highsaw W. G. Hooks William Stanley Hoole Theresa Ann Abrams Lee McConnico Albritton Wynne Hadley Alexander Michele Ann Ashurst William F. Averyt, Jr. Jerrilyn Ann Burnette Alice Adele Chenault Curtis William Ellison Stephen Cletius Fowler Karen Fox Emily Kay Gauntt Fred A. Grissom PHI BETA KAPPA Phi Beta Kappa, the first Creek letter society, was founded on Decem- ber 5, 1776, at the College of William and Mary, in Williamsburg, Vir- ginia. The University of Alabama Chapter, Alpha of Alabama was estab- lished in 1851 and was the twelfth chapter in order of establishment. The simple key, with the Creek letters Phi Beta Kappa, the three stars, and a pointing hand, has come to have universal identification with superior scholarship. Membership is for those students in liberal arts who are elected on the basis of broad cultural interests, scholarly achievement, and good character. OFFICERS President A. B. Thomas Vice President Paul Garner Secretary Frances Rucks Treasurer Mrs. Sarah H. Rodgers Archivist Charles D. Perry Mrs. Shaler C. Houser George Howard Louis Jattee Mrs. W. K. E. James lredell Jenkins Margaret A. Johnson Robert E. Johnson Walter 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 John C. Payne MEMBERS IN COURSE Reedie Augustus Guy Betty Carol Hayes Randall Neal Heartsill William A. Hill Thomas Cromwell Hubbard Robert Fredrick Inman Mary Jo Jernigan Robin Marie McCrory Mrs. Joan Grittin McDowell Mrs. Lindy Larson Murrell Carl Edward Oliver Georgia Pappanastos Page 255 Charles D. Perry William E. Pickens, Jr. Robert L. Plunkett John F. Ramsey C. B. Ransone, Jr. 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 G. B. Wicks John Stanley Rich Mariorie Jane Seymour Margaret Ann Sims Linda Kay Smith Anne Meriwether Starnes Robert Preston Steed Mrs. Mary Ann Anderson Thlgpen Thurman Craig Weaver Theron Wayne Wells, Jr. Nancy Marie Whitt Susan Kay Wiley ODK Gmicron Delta Kappa was founded December 3, 1914, at Washington and Lee University, and Iota Circle 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 stand- ards of leadership and character, and have gained special distinction in college, may be extended membership in ODK. PQ fb i TRIA CLE Triangle is the largest Women's honorary on the cam- pus. It was founded in 1934 to render service, to broaden friendship, and to promote spirit throughout the Univer- sity of Alabama. The three bases of Triangle membership are scholarship, leadership, and service to the University. Because service is an integral part of Triangle, several of its activities are devoted to helping new Women stu- dents understand parts of University lite. Triangle mem- bers come in Contact with every freshman girl through the Big-Little Sister program, summer administration of the Coed Test. TRIANGLE OFFICERS: President, Karen McQuillen: lst Vice President, Ann Coats: 2nd Vice President, Claudia Alexander: Secretary, Marilyn Mathison: Treasurer, Suzanne Granger: Chaplain, Peggi Pickett: Historian, Susan Price: Eublicity, Sandi Reeves: Public Relation-Chaperone Chairman, Jeanne rown. Page 257 FIRST YEAR MEMBERS: J. D. Adams, L. Adams, Burdick, Bergman, Blake, Brewer, Braswell Brazelton, Bresler, Butler, Caldwell, Calhoun, Callen, Chambers, Chris- tian, Dahlene, Davenport, Davis, Epsman, Fitz, Fox, Gleen, Gramling Grant, Gray, Grittin, Guin, Hatmaker, Holston, Heyman, Iverson Jernigan, Keister, Kinzer, Lanier, Lee, McCain, McLeIlen, Marshall Mathews, Nichols, Oaks, O'Brien, Pollard. Poole, Pratt, Reuben, Ross Steinberg, Steinwinder, Stephens, Stewart, Strickland, Tillotson, Wal- lace, Webb, White, Young. TRANSFERS-FIRST YEAR: Barnes, Carter, Engelhardt, Gottesman, Hillard, Howell, Hurley, Love- lace, Mann, McCaleb, McClendon, Plunkett, Pounts, Shelby, Wilson Yavis. SOPHOMORES-FIRST YEAR: Davies, Holt, Kyle, Miley, Miller, Moak, Sharpe, Siniard, Turner Tyler, Weaver. SECOND YEAR MEMBERS: Alexander, Beasley, Brown, Coats, Cornelius, Culberson, Duncan, Dunn, England, Garrett, Grainger, Gravlee, Hays, Hoole, Howard, Huey, James, Johnson, M. R. Johnson, Hottwitz, Juster, Lasky, Lee, Levy, Lewis, McGraw, McKerall, Mathison, E. Meyers, N. Meyer, Mitchell, Nason, Parker, Pickett, Price, Rea, Reeves, Rhodes, Seymour, Shaw, Silver, Starnes, Tate, Taylor, Thomas, Todd, Washington, Whitlock, Whi'H'le, Wilson. THIRD YEAR MEMBERS: Abrams, Alexander, Bears, Coats, Gallogly, Gauntt, Hinshaw, Jordan, Kampmeier, Kilpatrick, McCrory, McOuillen, Mestler, Walker, Wear. n X N 6 X ,- - -L k s. . 5, X - wats few . t , 1 - ,, - --,- -V . , 1.55, Q- , .1 'pl-:H . , Q. an f " "3 ' .- H ' We xy '. 1 'wt' 15 W ,s - s -M - N 'Y Kms ' we N 'Sb X were fiiizzf yg I 'Xxx- K I FIRST ROW: Alice Chenault, Robin McCrory, Charlotte Gallogly, Mary Jo Jernigan, Millie Sims, Gay McWilliams SECOND ROW: Sandi Mesller, BeH'y Hayes, Mary Beth Wear, Wynne Alexander, Beppy Forehand, Kay GaunH, Ann Nichols THIRD ROW: Jane Pluclrett, Theresa Abrams, Maybec Johnson, Mrs. Lyda, Miss Baller, Jane Lee, Ann Hewitt, Kathryn Ann Schultz, Karen McQuillen, Margaret Sims, Jean Zeigler. NOT SHOWN: Mary Frances Smith, Barbara Cusimano Carolyn Davis. OBTAR BOARD Because each member of Mortar Board is selected on the basis of scholar- ship, leadership, service, and character, membership is the highest honor that can come to a senior woman. There are 109 chapters across the country and each chapter can have a maximum of 25 members. Mortar Board each year presents scholarships to desewing Women students. Money for these scholarships is obtained from the traditional sale of mums and boutonnieres at Homecoming. Each spring Mortar Board sponsors a "Smarty Partyi' for all women having a 2.0 average or above. The high-point of the year for Mortar Board comes each spring on Honors Day. On that day a select group of juniors is tapped into the society, joining the ranks of the top Women on campus. Page 258 'wil OFFICERS Presiclen'r Wynne Alexander Vice-Presiclenf Barbara Cusimano Membership Selecfion Chairman Millie Sims Secrelary Mary Belh Wear Treasurer BeHy Hayes His'l'orian Beppy Forehancl Eclilor Kay GaunH' Page 259 ,,. AAN 1 ,I -f, R A, R IASGNS A ,J FIRST ROW: Bob Kin , Boofs Gale, Eddie Glenn Larr Blumber John Ram e g , y g, s y. SECOND ROW: Redding PiH, Sieve Sloan, Allen Lee, G. W. Johnson. THIRD ROW: Bryan Jones, Bill Coleman FOURTH ROW: Jim Nolen, Claude Burns. NOT SHOWN: Joel Whiie. Jasons, organized in 1914, was the first honorary service or- ganization 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 Jamboree finance projects for campus improvement and the Jasons Lecturer Series. Page 261 I VV..Vw V V-... VVmVe,:VVaVV,V,., '- ' Y V VV -V-ww.- V df' WEP:,'."1V1VVff-VIWTVVV. 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""' V, VV HV V, .'fwVQf','Q1 ag 1 "TZ if 1 ' ' ,. 4 . V , f' ' - "vf 'f A ' . V X A- , . V. , V , f V V ' V H f . V V. WV., X GRADUATE Row One: ADAIR, ELLEN, CGracl.J, Key West, Florida . . . AKRIDGE, TERRY RAY, CCrad.J, Birmingham, Sigma Chi . . . AN- DREWS, ROBERT LYNN, CGrad.J, Bridgeport, Illinois . . . BARKER, ROBERT LEWIS, fGrad.Q, Tuscaloosa . . . BELCHER, OLON PIER- SON, CGrad.J, Centreville . . . BIANCUZZO, JOHN PAUL, fGrad.J, Bristol, Rhode Island, Theta Xi . . . BOOTHE, ROBERT STEPHENS, CGrad.J, Tuscaloosa . . . BOREN, THOMAS BARKLEY, CGrad.D, Tus- caloosa . . . BROWN, DONALD HUBERT, fCrad.J, Cuntersville . . . BRUMBELOE, RENDA RAY, fGrad.J, Tuscaloosa . . . BUCKELEW, REALON FAYE, CGrad.J, Opp .... BUSH, GORDON RANDALL, CGrad.J, Brighton, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . CALDWELL, JACK GREENE, CCrad.D, Tuscaloosa . . . CALLAHAM, BAYLISS O., CCrad.D, Richmond, Virginia . . . CALLAHAM, PATRICIA M., CCrad. J, Richmond, Vir inia, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . CAMERON, DOROTHY JANE, CGrad.J, Laurel, Mississippi. Row Two: CAMPBELL, CARROLL MARYBETH, CCrad.J, section . . . CARLISLE, BILLY RAY, CGraCl.J, Prichard . . . CARMACK, JACKIE SUE, fGrad.J, Gadsden . . . CHATHAM, JIMMY BENSON, fGrad.J, Morris . . . CHAUVIN, SLYVIA ANN, CGrad.J, Franklin, ..,,,, , QI Louisiana . . . CHIPLEY, DONALD RAYMOND, CGrad.J, Tuscaloosa . . . CLEVERDON, NANCY ANN, CCracl.J, summefdale, Pi Beta Phi . . . COLEMAN, CARLO BRADLEY, fGrad.J, Evarts, Kentucky . . . CONNOLLY, JAMES WILLIAM, fGrad.J, Tuscaloosa . . . COOK- sToN, HELEN MARIE, CGracl.J, Winnaeld, Louisiana . . . cooN, THOMAS RICHARD, CCrad.J, Selma, Kappa Alpha . . . COX, JR., ROBERT MELTON, fGrad.J, Tuscaloosa . . . CUSTER, HENRY LEWIS, CGrad.J, Tuscaloosa Phi Delta Theta . . . DANIEL, HOW- ARD, fGrad.J, Decatur, Chi Phi . . . DARBY, JR., WALTER LEE, CCrad.J, Montgomery . . . DAVIS, CARL GEORGE, CCracl.J, Bridge- ton, Missouri. Row Three: DAVIS, DIANE, CGrad.J, Jackson . . . DAVIS, MAU- RIS WAYNE, CGracl.D, Atmore, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . DESHPANDE, PRADEEP B., qcradq, India . . . DICKSON, ROBERT D., CGrad.J, ALBERTVILLE, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . DONALDSON, HARVEY M., fGrad.D, Andalusia . . . DOREEN, DALE DAN, fGrad.J, Sodus Point, New York . . . EBENEZER, DEVAIRAKKAM LUKE, fGrad.J, Keballe District, Ceylon . . . ELLIOT, JANE MCPHERSON, fCrad.D, I -- a. 1 xi' I Q7' l All 23.11 in g J, Q7 " iw L s Y 1--v Page 272 Birmingham, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . FAI-ILIN, JEAN, QGrad.Jg Murfreesboro, Tennessee . . . FIROUZI, LIDA, CGracl.J, Tehran, Iran . . . FRANCIS KAVANAUCHg CGl'LlCl.,g Tuscaloosa, Kappa Alpha . . . FREEMAN, XVILLIAM BRANNONg QG1-aaa, '111l1adegn, Delta 'nm Delta . . . GANN, LOUISE X'VEEKSg CGracl.Dg Hamilton . . . GAS- PARD, PATRICIA KATE, QGracl.J, Alexandria, Louisiana, Delta Zeta . . . GILBERT, PI-IILLIP, CGranl.J, Cordova . . . GILBREATI-I, GLENN HAROLD, cG1'1lLl.JQ Double Springs. Row Four: GRAHAM, PIIOEBE ESTHERg CGracl.J, Huntsville . . . GREENXVOOD, SANDRA GAYLE, QGrad.J5 Greenville . . . GRES- HAM, GEORGE HENRY, fGrad.D, Phenix City . . . GRIFFIN, JAMES RICHARD, CGracl.Dg Birmingham . . . GROSSE, VAN I-I., CGracl.D, Tuscaloosa . . . I--IALFACRE, MARY HELENQ QGracl.J, Graysville . . . HARRIS, CLAUDE, CGracl.Dg Bessemer, Theta Xi . . . HESTER, MILDRED JEANNEg CGraLl.Jg Tuscaloosa . . . HICKS, HAROLD MAURICEg CGracl.Jg Birmingham . . . HIXON, SHARON CONLEYg CGrad.J, Birmingham . . . HOLT, NANALINE JOYCE, CGracl.D, Gacls- den, Pi Beta Phi . . . HOLTER, JOHN GREGORY, CGrad.j, Cin- Q-L cinnati, Ohio, Sigma Chi . . . HOPKINS, III, WALTER GARRISON5 1Grad.J, Tuscaloosa, Phi Kappa Psi . . . HOUSTON, CHARLES EDWARD, fGrad,J, Lipscomb . . . HUCKABAY, ADDIE LAURA, QGrad.J, Coushatta, Louisiana . . . HUDSON, JAMES ROBERT, C Grad. J, Huntsville. Row Five: JAGETIA, LAL C., fCracl.J, India . . . JOHNSON, KENNETH LEON, CGrad.D, oxford . . . KARAI, HUSHANGSHAH EDULJEE, CGrad.J, Bombay, India . . . KERR, JAMES R., CGracl.J, Tuscaloosa . . . KIRKPATRICK, DORCAS CHRISTINE, QGracl.Jg Cordova . . . KNIGHT, ROBERT ALONZA5 CGrad.j, Birmingham . . . KOVAC, CONNIE, CGracI.j, Oak Grove, Louisiana . . . LAIRD, CHRISTOPHER ELI, CGracI.J5 Anniston, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . LAMPKIN, WILLIAM MCCAIN, fGrad.J, Tuscaloosa . . . LASSETER, SALLY BORK, CGracl,Jg Tuscaloosa . . . LETT, SAMUEL CGrad.J5 Montgomery . . . LEWIS, JUANITA SUE, lGracI.j, Birmingham . . . LEWIS, RUTH BENELLA, fcmap, Birmingham . . . MCCRAINE, ROBERT O., fGracl.Jg Zachary, Louisiana, Kappa Alpha . . . MCEWEN, JERRY ALLEN, fGracl.J, Rockford, Delta Tau Delta . . . MCFADDEN, DANIEL EMMET, CGracl.D, Silas. l Page 273 GRADUATE Row One: MCQUEEN, WALTER GLYNN, fGrad.j, Fort Deposit . . . MAHAN, IOHN CARLYLE, CGrad.l, Mobile, Theta Xi . . . MANN, M. HERSCHEL, QGrad.D, Ingalls, Arkansas . . . MARABLE, MARY FRANCES, fGrad.l, Birmingham . . . MEANS, GLADYS I-IULSEY, CGrad.J, Fosters . . . MILLER, DAVID EARL, fGrad.J, Tuscaloosa, Sigma Chi . . . MILLER, SARAH PATSY QGrad.J, Arlington, Vir- ginia . . . MORALES-HIDALGO, ITALO AMILCAR, CGracl.J, Guate- malo . . . MUDDIMAN, CAROLYN ELIZABETH, fGrad.D, Roanoke, Virginia . . . NAGLE, HUBERT TROY, fGracl.J, Huntsville, Phi Kappa Psi . . . NAUGLE, HELEN ELIZABETH, CCrad.J, Tuscaloosa . . . NOBLIN, GEORGE MILLARD, CGrad.D, Geneva, Kappa Sigma. Row Two: NOWVAK, UDO VOLKER, CGrad.J, Huntsville . . . NULL, CHARLES L., fGrad.j, Demopolis . . . OVERTON, EDVVARD BEARDSLEE, fGrad.l, Fairhope, Sigma Nu . . . PAO, LESLIE MIN- TAI CGrad.j, Tuscaloosa . . . PATE, MARTHA KATE, CC-rad.J, Fort Payne . . . PATTERSON, THOMAS LEONARD, CG:-adj, Gadsden . . . PHILLIPS, MARGARET ANN, CGrad.l, St. Pete, Florida . . . POST, NANCY CROWELL, CGrad.l, Birmingham . . . PONVERS, YVONNE ELIZABETH, fGrad.J, Mobile . . . REEDER, CHARLES, CGrad.D, Montgomery . . . REYNOLDS, JOHN CARL, CGrad.D, Gadsden . . . ROBERTS, BETTY SUE, CGrad.l, Panama City, Florida. Row Three: ROTH, BETTYE BLAKE, CGrad.J, Tuscaloosa . . . RUSHTON, CALVIN RAY, fGraCl.l, Montgomery . . . RUSSELL, JEAN LANE, fGrad.Q, Enterprise . . . SALTER, WILLIAM E., CGrad.j, McKenzie . . . SAPP, WILLIAM HUNTER, fGrad.D, Quincy, Florida . . . SEALE, JULIA DONNELL, fGrad.J, Eutaw . . . SMITII, N THE CLASS SECTION of the 1966 COROLLA you will find what we call "A Light-Hearted History of the U. of Af, This "History" comprises N " perhaps the most inaccurate-but, We hope, amus- ing-chronicle ever Written to record the annals of a human institution. Included are tales and legends concerning the heritage of our school. Some stories are backed up by reams of actual evidence, While some are pure hearsay. And it is up to you, dear reader, to make up your own mind as to which are Which. Though a few of the yarns contained herein might not satisfy Diogenes, all these accounts have something in com- ""- 3 L X N ,Dx .T mon. Each story has its little niche in the legacy of our University, and the events and personalities depicted here have all helped to shape the traditions of the campus. Read on, immerse yourself in the rich heritage of our venerable college, and reflect upon the lofty ideals and the immense debacles that have led the Way to greatness. Page 274 lf 1 , ,ifx ,JZ CAROL HOLT, CGrad.J, Montgomery, Delta Zeta . . . SMITH, JERRY TYRONE, QCraCl.J, Mobile . . . SMITH, MARY LILLIAN, CCracl.J, Aberdeen, Mississippi . . . SNELL, JOHN MEREDITH, CCracl.J, Clio . . . SNELLCROVE, ROBERT ROYCE, fCrad.J' Enterprise, Alpha Tau Omega . . . SOHONI, VINAY SHRIDHAK, fCracl.J, India. Row Four: SPENCER, EXTON LEE, CGrad.J, Montgomery, Phi Delta Theta . . . STALCUP, M. ALICE, CCraCl.J, Mobile . . . STEPHEN- SON, BOBBY LYNN, CCrad.J, Remlap . . . STEPHENSON, DAVID DODD, CGracl.J, Moulton . . . STILL, JOHNNY DEAN, fGrad.J, Como, Mississippi . . . ST. JOHN, DAVID LELAND, CGrad.J, Troy . . . STOWE, SUSAN BISHOP, QCrad.J, Wetumpka, Delta Zeta . . . TAM- BURELLO, ELIZABETH JO, CCracl.J, Ensley . . . TATE, WILLAIM ,Q ff' VZ f f if 2 A GF as 2, 2, '?"', WOODS, fCraCl.J, Selina, Sigma Chi . . . TERRY, LEO WAYNE, CCracl.J, Decatur Phi Kappa Psi . . . THIRAPHOL, SRIPRAMONC, CCracl.J, Bangkok, Thailand . . . TINSLEY, STEVEN LEON, CGracl.J, Spartanburg, South Carolina. Row Five: TUCKER, JAMES MICHAEL, fCracl.J, Phenix City, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . WALL, JOSEPHINE LOARING, QGracl.J, Huntsville . . . WEEKS, JANICE REBECCA, cG1'21CI.Jg Cullman . . . WHITE, GAIL LOCK, fCraCl.J, Birmingham . . . WINN, ANNE HARRIS, CCracl.J, Anniston . . . WOOLF, HERBERT LEE, CGracl.J, Huntsville, Phi Kappa Psi . . . WRIGHT, BRENDA LEA CCracl.J, Birmingham . . . YAWN, SANDRA CECLE, CCrad.D, Montgomery. Page 275 L W CHOOL Row One: ACKER, NEAL H., CLaWJ, Tuscaloosa, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . ADAMS, JOSEPH WALLACE, QLawJ, Ozark, Kappa Sigma . . . ANDERSON, FRANK HUNTER, CLawJ, Union Springs . . . ATKINS, FREDERICK CLARKE, QLawJ, Camp LeJeune, North Carolina . . . BANKS, DANIEL BASIL, JR., fLaWJ, Huntsville, Phi Kappa Psi . . . BATTLE, JOSEPH LAURIE, QLavvJ, Huntsville . . . BAXLEY, WADE HAMPTON, CLawJ, Dothan, Kappa Sigma . . . BIG- BEE, STEVE L., CLaWJ, Tuscumbia . . . BLANKENSHIP, DAVID BROWN, CLawJ, Huntsville . . . BRACKIN, WILLIAM BRYAN, CLaWJ, Dothan . . . BROOKER, NORTON NVILLIAM, CLawJ, Mont- gomery, Phi Delta Theta . . . BROVVN, KIRTLEY VVARD, QLawJ, Marion Junction, Phi Gamma Delta . . . BUFORD, FRANK T., 1LawJ, Montgomery . . . BUTTS, TERRY LUCAS, CLawJ, Patsburg, Pi Kappa Phi . . . CADDIS, CHARLES OVVINGS, QLawJ, Mobile, Phi Gamma Delta . . . CARDWELL, WILLIAM WHIT, CLaWJ, Tuscaloosa, Delta Chi. Row Two: COHEN, I-I. WILLIAM, fLawJ, Indianapolis, Indiana, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . COLE, RANDALL LAMAR, CLaWJ, Fort Payne , . . CONWILL, HEWITT LAWERANCE, CLawJ, Vincent . . . CRAXV- LEY, JOHN BRANTLEY, CLawJ, Banks . . . CREXVS, GEORGE PIERCE, JR., CLawJ, Florence, Beta Theta Pi . . . CUMMINS, NOR- MAN CHARLES, CLawJ, Birmingham . . . CUSIMANO, GREGORY STEPHEN, CLawJ, Gadsden, Beta Theta Pi . . . DANIEL, JOHN EDGAR, QLaWD, Clayton . . . DARDEN, RICHARD TRUMAN, CL.awJ, Birmingham, Phi Delta Theta . . . DAVIS, JOHN HILBURN, III, fLawJ, Birmingham . . . DeLORME, SARA CONSTANCE CLaWJ, Birmingham . . . DICKINSON, JIMMY LEON, CLaWJ, VVinHeld, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . DONALDSON, ROBERT JEFF CLAWJ, Jas- per . . . EDWARDS, MICHAEL LEON, CLawJ, Birmingham . . . ELLIOTT, CARL ATWOOD, JR., QLaWJ, Tuscaloosa, Delta Tau Delta . . . ENSLEN, FREDERICK TERRELL, CLaWJ, Montgomery, Phi Kappa Sigma. Row Three: EZELL, EUGENE MARK, QLQIWJ, Lismari . . . FAULK, JOSEPH ERASTUS, QLZIWJ, Samson . . . FARRIS, SONNY, fLaWJ, Alabaster . . . FOOTE, WILSON HOWARD, CLaWJ, Florence, Phi Gamma Delta . . . FREEMAN, ARNOLD CHARLES, fLaWJ, Hartselle . . . FREVV, CHARLES TRUMAN, QLQWJ, Hartselle . . . FROHSIN, HENRY I., CLawJ, Alexander City, Zeta Beta Tau . . . GAMBLE, CHARLES VVAYNE, QLawJ, Hueytown . . . GASTON, GEARY A., QLawJ, Chickasaw . . . GENTRY, ANDREW JACKSON, ILZIWJQ Au- 'C' burn, Chi Phi . . . GOODLOE, JAMES WILLIAM, JR., CLawJ, f I4 . 491- B- is Page 276 Ibile Delti Kwai Eusilon GOSA LEWVIS E WIN Law NO" "9 " 2 illi 'lf' - - - ' , ' S 'D 5 I Q Vls LER, WILLIAM BURTON, Lt ,Alblt 'll Tl Cl KEL Beaverton . . . GUTHRIE, DONALD NELSON, fLawJ, Birmingham LEY, LOUIS MOLTON5 fiavxvsp Fail-155151 C 1e12J3L1IHjY MARK . . . I-IALCOMB, LARRY LEON, CLawj, Tuscaloosa . . . HALFACRE, T1-IOMAS5 QLQWQ, RONALD TERRY, QL.awD, Fairfield Highlands . . . HALL, JAMES EDVVARD, JR., CLIIWJ Dothan. Row Five: KELLY, LEON FRED, fLaWJ, Columbiana KENT MICHAEL INGE, CLaWJ, Huntsville, Pi Kappa Alpha KITTRELL BRAXTON LEON, JR., fLaWJ, Mobile Phi Kappa Sigma KOCH Row Four: HAMBY, GENE MACOLM, JR,, CLawJ, Florence . . . ALAN GOODMAN QLawJ, Demopolis . . . LAND LOUIS PALMER HARRIS, JAMES DOUGLAS, JR., CLawJ, Montgomery, Sigma Chi CLHWJ, Montgomery Delta Tau Delta , . . LANDAU LOUIS W . . . HARRIS, NORMAN XVEST, JR., fLawJ, Decatur, Phi Delta Theta JR., CLawj, Albany, Georgia, Zeta Beta Tau LANE RICHARD . . . HIXON MACK DENNIS, CLawJ, Perote, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . DONALD, CLawJ, Patchogue, New York . . LASSETER EARLE HOLLIDAY, SANDY SANFORD, CLawJ, Dacleville, Alpha Tau Ome- FORREST, fLawJ, Montgomery, Kappa Sigma LEAVELL BARRY ga . . . HORST, JESSE BOUNDS CLawJ, 'Tuscaloosa . . . HOVVARD, C., CLawJ, Montgomery . . . LEE, J. ALLEN, CLaWJ Scottsboro Chi CHARLES LEROY, fLawJ, Tuscaloosa . . . I-IUFFAKER, ROBERT Phi . . . LEE, WILLIAM L., 1115 KLHWDQ Dothan S1gm1 Nu AURTIN, fLawJ, Gentry, Arkansas Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . HUIE, LEONARD, FRANCIS EUGENE, CLawJ, Columbiana LITTLE ROBERT BURKS, fLaxvJ, Birmingham . , . HYDE, DAVID TRUMAN, TERRELL DAVID CLawD, Andalusia, Pi Kappa Alpht LUSK JR., fLaxvJ Evergreen . . . JOHNSON, JOSEPH HUNTLEY 1LawJ, DONALD DEWITT, CLawJ, Fairfield, Lambda Chi Alpha Talladega, Kappa Sigma . . . JOHNSON, SAMMY, fLawJ, Vernon . . . DANIEL, EDGAR BERNARD, III, fLaWJ, Tuscaloosa Theta Chi KEELING, JOHN BERRY, CLawJ, Gadsden, Pi Kappa Phi . . . KEL- MCDOWVELL, DANNY GRAY, fLawJ, Arab 3 L ,,., ,N I I Page 277 K- if in-1 15. LAW OH OL Row One: MCLAUCHLIN, PHILIP BEN, QLawJ, Dothan, Alpha Tau Omega . . . MCWHORTER, ROBERT TWEEDY, JR., CLawJ, Decatur, Kappa Sigma . . . MARCHANT, JACK ALLEN, CLawJ, Birmingham . . . MARTY, JOHN LOUIS, CLawJ, Mobile, Alpha Tau Omega . . . MELTON, WILLIAM DUDLEY, CLawD, Evergreen, Kappa Alpha . . . MEREDITH, PETE JENSEN, CLawJ, Birmingham, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . METTS, DEVVEY M., CLaWJ, Maxwell AFB, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . MOORE, JOHN TI-IADDEUS, CLaWJg Greensboro, Phi Gamma Delta . . . MORRISON, ERNEST LINWOOD, CLawJ, Mobile . . . MOUNTAIN, CLINTON DELAINE, fLawD, Albertville, Alpha Tau Omega . . . NEILSON, CLAUD DENT, CLawDg Demopolis . . . OGLE, RICHARD FERRELLg CLawJ, Birmingham, Pi Kappa Alpha. How Two: O7KELLEY, MADISON WILLIS, JR., fLaWJg Birming- hamg Delta Chi . . . OVVENS, JOHN ARTI-IURg QLaxvJg Cordog Delta Tau Delta . . . PARSONS, ELBERT H., Jr., CLaWJ, I-Iuntsvilleg Beta Theta Pi . . . PATE, JACK MCLENDON, JR., fLawJ, Ashford, Pi Kap- pa Phi . . . PATTON, JAMES MICHAEL, QLaWJg Mobile, Delta Tau Delta . . . PITTS, VVILLIAM NEWT, CLaWJ5 Florence . . . PORCH, JERRY CLARENCE, fLaWJg Guntersvilleg Kappa Sigma . . . PRES- TON, CURTIS HAYNES, QLawJg Wilbraham, Mass . . . RAMSEY, EDWARD LAWRENCE, CLawJ5 Dothan, Alpha Tau Omega . . . REYNOLDS, DAN J., CLawJg Birmingharn . . . RICHARDSON, JOHN DOUGLAS, fLaWJg Mobile . . . SABEL, MARK- WAYNE, CLawJ5 Montgomery, Zeta Beta Tau. Row Three: SAMFORD, JOHN BENNETT, fLaWJg Opelika, Alpha Tau omega . . . SCHRAMM, HOWARD MURFEE, JR., fisawpg M0- bile . . . SHERIDAN, DANIEL JOSEPH, fLaWJg Mobile, Phi Epsilon OLD ROUNDHOUSE, probably the smallest building on the entire campus, has contributed more than a small share to the colorful heritage of :1-.f-.Jw the University of Alabama. The tiny structure Was built in the late 1850's by slave labor. Intended to be a guardhouse, it was being used as a storehouse for ammunition when Yankee troops invaded the campus. Ironically, the Yankees, who were more intent on burning the University library, didnit touch it. It re- mained one of only four buildings to survive the attack. The very composition of the Roundhouse adds to its tradi- Jr. tion. The stucco covering the crude brick Walls is made of a mixture of sand, molasses, and horse hair. For years its ex- terior was covered with a yel- lovv arsenic-based paint. Stu- dents found that by licking the paint from the Walls they could make themselves sick and be excused from exams, drills, and classes. Page 278 5"-'v Pi . . , SHORT, WILLIAM AMOS, JR., CLawl, Mulga . . . SIEGEL- MAN, DON EUGENE, QLaWl, Mobile, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . SLATE, RUDOLPH W., fLaWJ, Hartselle . . . SMITH, HERSCHEL DAVID, QLawJ, Vernon . . . SMITH, WAYNE HARRIS, CLaWJ, Hellin . . . STEWART, JOSEPH GRIER, CLawJ, Tuscaloosa, Delta Tau Delta . . . STOWE, THOMAS P., JR., CLaWJ, Wetumpka, Pi Kap- pa Phi . . . STRAWBRIDGE, RONALD HOWARD, CLaWJ, Vernon, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . STUTTS, EUGENE PHILLIPS, CLaWJ, Birming- ham, Phi Gamma Delta. Row Four: TARVER, JOHN D., CLawJ, Wagarville . . . TAYLOR, H. NEIL, JR., CLavvj, Russellville . . . THETFORD, ROBERT TEAGUE, fL21Wl5 Montgomery, Alpha Tau Omega . . . TOLER, DESMOND BURTON, CLawJ, Mobile . . . TRIMMIER, CHARLES STEPHEN, Page Sf' ES: l l l l ELELWS, Mobile, Pi Kappa Phi . . . WAKEFIELD, JAMES S., Law , Huntsville, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . WALDO, MYRTICE R., CLaWJ, Tuscaloosa . . . WALDO, WHITSON, QLawD, Tuscaloosa . . . WALSH, JAMES CHARLES, fLavvJ, Somerset . . . WATSON, MAR- VIN HENRY, JR., CLaWl, Anniston . . . WHITE, JAMES BRANTLEY, CLavvJ, Daleville, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . WHITE, ROBERT LIN- VILLE, fLawD, Selma, Sigma Chi. Bow Five: WILSON, RONALD KERRY, CLawJ, Tuscaloosa . . . WITTNER, SHELDON ROY, fLawJ, Tuscaloosa, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . WOMACK, LOWELL ASHER, CLawJ, Mount Olive . . . WOOD- WARD, WILLIAM BRICE, JR., fLaWl, Florence . . . WYNN, CARL- TON TERRELL, JR., QLaWD, Birmingham . . . WYNN, JOHN ROGERS, fLaWD, Huntsville, Theta Chi . . . YUNG, JOHN ADRIAN, IV, CLaWJ, Montgomery, Phi Delta Theta. 279 SE IOR Row One: ABERNATHY, CAROLYN JANE, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, AWS Freshman Council, AWVS Sophmore Council, AWS Junior Council, AWS Elections Committee, AWS Vice-President, Triangle, Secretary, Homecoming Committee Chairman . . . ABRAMS, THERESA ANN, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci- ences, Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Board, Town Girls President, AWS Board of Directors, Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Delta Pi, Phi Alpha Theta, AWS Freshman Council, AWS Sophomore Council, AWS Junior Council, Triangle, AWS House of Representatives . . . ACKIS, VERA ANNETTE, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta, Uni- versity Theater . . . ADAIR, DAVID JOSEPH, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Society for Advancement of Management . . . ADAMS, JAMES BALLAS, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kap- pa Psi, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Cotillion Club . . . ADAMS, MICHAEL PALMER, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kap- pa Epsilon, Cadet Otiicers Club . . . ADAMS, WILLIAM EARL, Phenix City, Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Sigma . . . ADDERHOLD, THOMAS CLYDE, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Marketing Club . . . AGEE, HENRY MEAD, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Secretary and Treasurer, Lupton Hall, Marketing Club . . . AKRIDGE, LINDA JO, Birmingham, Educa- tion, Phi Mu . . . ALBRIGHT, CARL NVAYNE, JR,, Tuscaloosa, Engi- neering, Alpha Tau Omega, Secretary-Treasurer, Interfraternity Coun- cil Judiciary SGA Senate, Theta Tau, Engineering Executive Council, AIAA . . . ALBRITTON, LEE MCCONNICO, Camden, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Eta Sigma, Vice-President, Druids, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Vice-President, Spirit Committee . . . ALEX- ANDER, MALCOLM, JR., Carrollton, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Theta Chi, Marketing Club . . . ALEXANDER, VVYNNE HADLEY, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha, Mortar Board, President, Treasurer, AWS, Pi Mu Epsilon, Phi Alpha Theta, Triangle, Town Girls, Phi Beta Kappa . . . ALLEN, ELIZABETH KAY, Birmingham, Home Economics, Phi Mu, Spirit, YWCA, Agnes Ellen Harris, Home Economics I-Ionor Guide, Home Economics, Vice-President . . . ALLEN, TROY EUGENE, JR., Cottondale, Education. Row Two: ALLDREDGE, JERRY JOE, Birmingham, Education, Gamma Delta, President, Physical Education Majors Club, Vice-Presi- dent . . . ALLGOOD, RICHARD ALEXANDER, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . ALLISON, GARY LEE, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . AMES, ORRIN KALEY, III, Shef- field, Comerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta, Distin- guished Military Student . . . ANDERSON, LOUISH, JR., Alexandria, Virginia, Education, U. S. Air Force . . . ANDERSON, ROGER JAMES, Bremen, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Sigma Pi, Marketing Club . . . ANDERSON, WILBUR WILLIS, JR., Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi, Marketing Club, Society for the Advancement of Management, American Society for Training and Development, University Finance Association . . . ANTHONY, KENNETH GENE, Glen Allen, Arts and Sciences . . . ARMAS, ALEJANDRO GUMERSINDO, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club, International Students Associa- tion . . . ARMSTRONG, JEAN, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . ARMSTRONG, LARRY EUGENE, Panama City, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . ARMSTRONG, ROBERT DANIEL, Village Springs, Engineering, Pi Mu Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi . . . ASI-IURST, MICHELE ANN, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta, President, Alpha Lambda Delta . . . ASSHA, ANTOINE, Beirut, Lebanon, Engineering . . . ATKINSON, GENE ALLEN, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . AUERBACH, PHILIP LYNN, Lexington, Mississippi, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Zeta Beta Tau, Mahout, Circulation Manager, Advertising Manager, Homecoming Paper, Marketing Club. v .-., 'Q T' ' 2 il 'GR Page 280 Row Three: AUSTIN, CHARLES WILLIAM, Monroeville, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi, Alpha Epsilon Rho, Sigma Delta Chi . . . AUSTIN, STEW'ART GORI-IAM, Memphis, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Athninisii-iaioag Phi Gamma Delta . . , BAED131i, CLIQLLON KEITH, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . BAILEY, I-IERMAN RAY, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, ASCE . . . BAILEY, JIMMY BURTON, Russellville, Engineering, IEEE . . . BAILY JACK LONDUS, JR., Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Varsity Track, Cross-Country Team . . . BAKER, LARRY B., lylontgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Epsi- lon Pi, Cotillion Club, I-Iomecoining Committee, Hillel . . . BALCH, ROBERT IRVIN, Slieilield, Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Scabbard and Blade, ASME . . . BALDONE, JAMES CHARLES, JR., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma . . . BARBER, JOE CALBERT, JR., Talladega, Arts and Sciences . . . BARLOXV, JAMES LARRY, Excel, Engineering, AIIE, AI ha Pi Mu . . . BARNES, FLORENCE JUDY, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta, President . . . BARNETT, DAVID L., Mo- bile, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . BARRETT, JULIOUS VVILLIAM, JR., Calera, Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma, AIIE . . . BARTON, BARBARA JEAN, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, Education, Pi Beta Phi, Scholarship Chairman, AXVS Public Relations Committee, AWS Scholarship Committee . . . BARZE RONALD BRUCE, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: BASWELL, LINDA CAIL, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Lambda Delta . . . BATSON, XVALTER POLK, JR., Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . BAUGI-IMAN, XVILLIS BRUCE, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . BAXENDALE, DENNIS LYNN, Birmingham, Engineering, AICHE . . . BAZEMORE, NETTIE I-IIGGINBOTHAM, Leeds, Nurs- ing . . . BEDCOOD, CHARLES HAROLD, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Treasurer . . . BELL, THOMAS B., Demopolis, Commerce and Business Administration, BENSON, CHARLES SAMUEL, Binningham, Education . . . BER- TELLA, ANTOINETTE A., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . BIG- GER, CONNIE GAY, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Kappa Delta . . . BILSTEIN, TERESA MARIE, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Newman Club, Corolla . . . BIRCI-IFIELD, CLAIRE L., Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu, YWCA, President . . . BISHOP, RAYMOND EUGENE, Adamsville, Engineering, AIME . . . BITTER- MAN, FRITZ, Ozark, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . BITTNER, E. DAN, Ozark, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma, Arnold Air Society, Air Force Otlicers Club, Circle K . . . BIXLER, PAUL EDWARD, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration. How Fioe: BLACK, JAMES I-IENNINGS, Fayette, Education . . . BLACK, JAMES RONALD, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . BLACKMON, IVERSON BOWMAN, Eugaula, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta, Arnold Air Society, Alpha Kappa Psi . . . BLACKSTON, JOE RONALD, Tuscaloosa, Educa- tion . . . BLACKWELL, DOUGLAS LYNN, Jasper, Arts and Sci- ences . . . BLACKWELL, LINDA JANE, Scottsboro, Home Economics, Delta Zeta, AWS Senior Council, Union Building Board of Directors, Spirit Committee . . . BLAIR, ARTHUR JOHN, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . BLAIR, BILLIE, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Managing Editor, Crimson-White, Editor, A-Book, Theta Sigma Phi . . . BLAKNEY, CAROL COULDING, Reform, Arts and Sciences, Tri-Beta, Alpha Kappa Delta . . . BLALOCK, DWIGHT EDWIN, Hanceville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BLANKENSOPP, DIANE HOLT, Carbon I-Iill, Education . . . BLANKS, JERRY, Albertville, Education, NEA . . . BLOCK, ROBERT WILLIAM, Bimiingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . BLUMBERG, LARRY GRAHAM, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau, President, Jasons, President, Omricon Delta Kappa, Associate Justice of Student Court, Arts and Sciences Senator, President of Junior Inter-fraternity Council, Druids, Rho Alpha Tau, Business Manager of Bama Day . . . BLUNKER, MILTON ALAN, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Delta Pi, Phi Alpha Omricon . . . BOATWRIGHT, DIANE CARROLL, Bimiingham, Education, Dormitory Judiciary. if wr N bf TI' 'SI' X Ang F-7 ' :ae ,r es. 5 X 1:4 ""..- 1 .5:'55-.:a'.'f"Zf ' Sill X Page 281 -5 refs? ffox ' 'TIE' 35, 6.6 .K XX, 5'x TE? i --s.. m SENIOR Row One: BOBO, JACK COLE, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, ASME . . . BOCKEL, DAVID ROBERT, Jacksonville, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau, Hillel Foundation, Vice-Pres- ident, Army ROTC Officers Club, Mahout Business Manager, Alpha Kappa Psi, Marketing Club . . . BOLIN, JOHN VVILLIAM, III, Hunts- ville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha, Vice-President . . . BOMAR, JO LENN, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . BOND, MYRTICE REBECCA, Dothan, Nursing, American Nurses Association, BSU, Alabama State Nurses Association, Faculty-Student Planning Committee . . . BOOZER, DENNIS C., Brewton, Education, Delta Chi . . . BORDEN, BARBARA JEAN, Birmingham, Education, Physical Education Majors Club, Secretary, National Association of Health Physical Education and Recreation . . . BOREN, GLENN ED- WIN, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi, Outstanding Fresh- man, School of Chemistry, Phi Eta Sigma, Young Republicans . . . BORLAND, WILLIAM EDWARD, Birmingham, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Phi Sigma Kappa, Secretary . . . BORNSTEIN, FREDI LOUISE, Birmingham, Education, Sigma Delta Tau, House Manager, Secretary, Physical Education Majors Club, Member-at-Large, Hillel . . . BOSTWICK, JACKSON LEONARD, JR., Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi, Recording Secretary, Rifle Team, Scabbard and Blade, Company K Award . . . BOWERS, BILL, Hayden, Com- merce and Business Administration, Marketing Club . . . BOWLIN, KEN G., South Fulton, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Phi Eta Sigma, SNEA, University Christian Student Center . . . BOYD, TERRI JO' Fairi-ield, Nursing, UASNA, National Honor Society Scholarship, Pres- ident Senior Class, School of Nursing, House Counsel, Byrd Hall, Judici- ary Hall, Wilson Hall . . . BOYKIN, SAM V., Jacksonville, Florida, En- gineering, Kappa Sigma, Theta Tau, AIAA . . . BRADLEY, CLAUDE STANFORD, JR., Tuscaloosa,, Arts and Sciences. : Row Two: BRADSHAXV, JAMES HAROLD, Boaz, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club, Band . . . BRADSHAVV, XVAYNE ELLIS, Dothan, Education, Tri-Beta, SNEA, SAEA, Amer- ican Medical Technologist, American Association Blood Banks, AAIA . . . BRANCH, CLIFFORD LANIER, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Druids, Student Legisla- ture . . . BRANNON, MARTHA B., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Mu Phi Epsilon, Vice-President . . . BRANNON, RONALD GREENE, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . BRAS- FIELD, NANCY ANDREXVS, Demopolis, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BRASVVELL, CRUSE CORNISH, JR., Demopolis, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . BRASELL, LEIVIS DAVIS, JR-, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, SAM, Distinguished Military Student . . . BREVVTON, JOHN COOKE, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta, Cheerleader, Young Republicans, Cotillion Club, Crimson-Wfhite, Track Team . . . BRIGGS, MURRAY CLIFTON, Brexvton, Engineering, Theta Chi . . . BRIGGS, RONALD J., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Xi . . . BRITTON, EVELYN SLEDGE, Montgomery, Education, Kappa Delta . . . BROCK, KENNETH VVILSON, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . BROCK, VICKI, Birmingham, Home Economics, Phi Mu, Agnes Ellen Harris, House of Representatives, Spirit, YVVCA . . . BROWN, BRENDA FAYE, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . BROWN, GERALD STANLEY, Fairfield, Engineering, Theta Tau, IEEE. Row Three: BROWN, ROBERT LAWRENCE, JR., Orrville, Com- merce and Business Administration, Alpha Kappa Psi, Pledge OiHcer5 Circle K . . . BROVVN, RONALD CHESLEY, Jasper, Engineering, Sigma Nu, President, Engineering School, AIIE, Theta Tau, Alpha P1 Mu . . . BROWN, RONALD LEE, Birmingham, Arts and Sciencess Young Democrats, International Student Association, Human Rights Page 282 . ! 1 I Gd 1 6' Forum . . . BROXVN, SAMUEL LEE, XValnut Grove, Engineering . . . BROXVN, XVILLIAM ROBERT, Binningham: Arts and Sciences . . . BRUMLOXV, BILLY JOHN, Scottsboro, Education . . . BRUNSON, ROBERT XVADE, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . , . BRUCGE, RICHARD ARNOLD: Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Lambda Chi Alpha, President . . . BRYAN, XVENDELL C., Falk- ville, Engineering, Pi Mu Epsilon, IEEE . . . BRYANT, PAUL XVII.- LIAM, JR., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Aministration, Sigma Nu, President, President of School of Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Beta Gamma Sigma, Student Finance Association . . . BUCH- ANAN, RICHARD DANIEL, Birmingham, Engineering, Alpha Sigma Mu, AIME, American Society for Metals, American Foundrymen's So- ciety, Secretary-Treasurer . . . BUNTING, VIRGINIA LOUISE, Bir- mingham, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . BURKART, CHARLES JOHN, Hanceville, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club . . . BURKES, HENRY ALVIN, Langdale, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BURKI-IART, JAMES NORVIN, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences . . . BURNETTE, JERRILYNN ANN, Tusca- loosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Delta Pi, Phi Alpha Theta, President of Spanish Club, Vice-President of Town Girls, Whois Who, Phi Beta Kappa. Row Four: BURNS, JAMES ROBERT, Monroeville, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu, Marketin Club, ASTD . . . BURNSED, DALERY EDWARD, Baldwin, Fforida, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BURROUGHS, CHARLES BENTON, JR., Alexandria, Virginia, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . D. BURROWS, SYDNEY JAMES, JR., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BUSH, VVALLACE BROOKS, Andalusia, Commerce and Business Administration, Young Democrats . . . BUT- LER, THOMAS WAYNE, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi Omega . . . BYARS, ROBERT P., JR., Moulton, Engineering, AICHE . . . CAFFEY, CAROLYN, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, Corresponding Secretary, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta - . . CAIN, EDWARD LYLE, Decatur, Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta . . . CAIN, JOHNNIE B., Jasper, Education . . . CAIN, JOY JUDSON, i i . I I I 59 fs 15. ' ,- 1 tb is , " 1 '- .1 at . Opp, Nursing, ANA, Alabama State Nurses' Association, BSU . . . CALDWELL, GARY MCCORD, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CALDXVELL, JOSEPH MORTIMER, JR., Jackson- ville, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma, Tuscaloosa Relations Com- mittee, Rifle Team, 1964 Intercollegiate Rifle VVinner, Army Cadet Batallion Commander, Fraternity Vice-President and Pledge Trainer . . . CALFEE, JUDSON TAYLOR, JR., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . CALHOUN, BEVERLY LYNN, Tuscaloosa, Education, Delta Zeta, Alpha Beta Alpha, President, AVVS Senior Council . . . CAMPBELL, BARBARA ANN, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, First Vice-President ol? Martha Parham VVest, Homecoming Committee. Row Five: CAMPBELL, JOHN MARVIN, III, Sylacauga, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . CAMPBELL, JOHN PAUL, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Co-Op Student, NASA at Red- stone Arsenal, Sigma Pi Sigma . . . CANNON, KAY ERNESTINE, Florala, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . CANNON, JAMES VVALTER, Jasper, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . CANTRELL, CECILIA HAZEL, Tuscaloosa, Nursing, Second Vice-President, UASNA . . . CAPPS, VVILLIAM MARCUS, Fairfield, Engineering, Kappa Sigma . . . CARLISLE, CAROLYN ANN, Alexander City, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . CARMICHAEL, MARTHA LYNN, Enter- prise, Nursing, SGA Senator, UASNS, Recording Secretary, Representa- tive to Student Aiiairs . . . CARR, JOSEPH EDWARD, III, Chicago, Illinois, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . CARRIGAN, HAL, Sheilield, Arts and Sciences, Spanish Club, French Club, President, Sigma Delta Pi . . . CARRIGER, JANET, Atlanta, Georgia, Education, Chi Omega . . . CARSON, THOMAS JACKSON, JR., Florence, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Beta Theta Pi, Secretary and Social Chairman, Society for the Advancement of Management . . . CASTLEBERRY, FRED HENRY, Lipscomb, Engineering, ASME, Pi Tau Sigma . . . CATER, FAYE KNIGHT, Beatrice, Home Economics . . . CARTER, JAMES FRANKLIN, Abbeville, Arts and Sciences . . . CARTER, SARAH SPARKS, Eufaula, Education, Delta Delta Delta, AVVS Judici- ary Council, AWS Senior Council, SNEA, Triangle, Pine Panel, Rush Advisor, President of School of Education. Page 283 Row One: CASAGRANDE, ROBERT ALLEN, Eutaw, Education, Delta Tau Delta . . . CHAMBERLAIN, FRED THOMAS, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . CHENOWETI-I, BEACH MEAD, III, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Delta Chi . . . CHIPLEY, SI-IEILA M., Tuscaloosa, Education . . . CHRISTIAN, CHARLES M., II, Duncanville, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . CHURCH, HUGH, J., Andover, New York, Education . . . CIMINO, EDMUND LELAND, Mobile, Engineering, AICHE, Treas- urer . . . CLARK, CONSTANCE JO, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . CLARK, MARTHA LOUISE, Montgomery, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . CLARY, DONALD BURRIS, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . CLARY, RONALD ELLIS, Selma, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Circle K, President, Arnold Air Society, Omricon Delta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, Beta Gamma Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Alpha Psi Student Legislature, Who's VVho . . . CLECKLER, DANNY XV., Chil- dersburg, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi Row Two: CLEILAND, DIANNE H., Jackson, Nursing, Alpha Delta Pi UASNA, Dames Club . . . CLEINO, ANNE LOUISE, Tuscaloosa, Education, University Symphony, Mu Phi Epsilon, Dean's List . . . CLEMENT, JOYCE, Greenville, Home Economics, AID . . . CLICK, TERESA ADELAIDE, Pensacola, Florida, Education, Kappa Delta, Spirit, Newman Club . . . COAN, PATRICIA ANN, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, International Student Association, Secretary, Cinema Society . . . COATS, ELIZABETH ANN, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Triangle, Vice-President, Pasteur Society, President, Recording Secretary, Pi Beta Phi, AVVS Sophomore Council, Bama Day Committee, Freshman Orien- tation Committee. COBB, WILLIAM FRANK, Jasper, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Marketing Club . . . COCHRAN, ALAN BRIAN, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . COKER, JANE GRAHAM, Sylacauga, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, Pasteur Society, Secretary . . . COKER, JANE GRAY- SON, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Education, Delta Delta Delta, Spirit, AAUW, SNEA . . . COLE, JUDITH KAYE, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, Chi Delta Phi, President, Triangle, YWCA, AXVS Junior Council, AWS Senior Council, Corolla Staff, Spirit . . . COLEMAN, ROGER BARRY, Samson, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Sigma Kappa, President, Delta Sigma Pi, Scabbard and Blade, Secretary. S NIOR 1--. 1 . ' S 'f 61 LT. HISTLING NERVOUSLY, a passing student no- was destroyed in 1865. And tices what seems to be a shadowy iigure looking the body of a Yankee soldier out through the tightly-closed green shutters of was supposedly included with the Old Roundhouse. Is it just the shadow of an overhanging oak branch, as he may rationalize? Chances are, he wonit venture any nearer to find out. What is there in the Roundhouse that would prompt a student, walking alone on a dark, dark night, to go far out of his way to avoid the eerie little building? The body, and perhaps the ghost, of a slain soldier. Deep under the dirt floor of the Roundhouse lies a make- shift time capsule. A large metal box containing important documents was placed there the day after the University the "treasure.', According to reliable legend, though some- what less authenticated, the soldier's ghost remains within the Roundhouse walls, as well as his body. Perhaps he hides there, awaiting his chance for revenge. Or maybe heis just afraid to venture out without an act card. Page 284 ' ' ' T' ' ip,---Q: l r 5- ss. If . tx T' esii. -A -. Tl -'i -wr. I gf, l . . Li tbl r'-6 I cs G-Q Row Three: COLEMAN, XVILLIAM ERNEST, Birmingham: Coni- merce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . COLLIER, MARYGENA, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Associate Vice-President, AIVS Senior Council, YXVCA, Treasurer and SRA Rcp- resentative, Student Religious Association, Phi Kappa Sigma Cinderella Girl . . . COLLINS, LINDA KAY, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha, NCAS . . . COOK, PHIL, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi, Sabre Drill Team, President, Marketing Club, Commerce Executive Advisory Council . . . COPELAND, BETTY FERN, Birmingham, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . COPLON, JUDY ELAINE, Birmingham, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Chi Theta, Publicity Chairman, Historian of Na- tional Collegiate Association for Secretaries, Kappa Delta Pi, Chi Delta Phi . . . CORK, TOMMY DALE, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences , . . CORNETT, MARY BOOKER, Phenix City, Education . . . COXVDEN, ARTHUR MCCLUNEY, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Corolla, Editor . . . COWVLES, ROBERT F., Rarner, Arts and Sciences . . . COX, CLARA AGNES, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta, Cotillion Club, Junior Panhellenic, Newman Club, Spirit . . . COXSEY, CARL C., JR., Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, SAM. Row Four: CRABTREE, MARGARET MATTHEVVS, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . CREWS, JANICE CAROLYN, Lineville, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha, Vice-President and Pledge Trainer, Agnes Ellen Harris Club, Student Aifairs, AID . . . CRONQUIST, HILDING PETERSON, II, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Band, Orchestra . . . CROOK, TRUDY H., Montgomery, Education, Kappa Delta . . . CROW, MARY PATRICIA, Saraland, Arts and Sciences . . . CROWDER, WILLIAM S., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Alpha Kappa Psi . . . CROWELL, GLENN D., Mobile, f B- T ',,. i 1 fa 1 ' -Q 42' ts N x v V Commerce and Business Administration, Arnold Air Society, Admin- istering Ollficer, Air Force Officers Club . . . CROXVSON, ANDREXV, lfairfield, Arts and Sciences, Pi Mu Epsilon, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, American Chemical Society . . . CRUM, FRED CECIL, JR., Silas, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . CULLEN, SIDNEY HOLMES, Coral Gables, Florida, Education, Kappa Delta, Spirit . . . CURRY, MARGARET ALICE, Mount Vernon, Home Economics, Chi Omega . . . DANIEL, TERRY ALAN, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Delta Tau Delta. Row Five: DANIEL, VVILLIAM DAVID, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, ASTD, Secretary-Treasurer . . . DAUPHIN, GLORIA ELAINE, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, Treas- urer, AWS Judiciary Council, AVVS Sophomore Council, Arts and Sci- ences Senate, Homecoming Court, 1965, Miss Venus, Triangle, Pi Mu Epsilon . . . DAVIDSON, MYRTLE V., Oakman, Arts and Sciences, Vice-President of Hackberry House . . . DAVIDSON, ROBERT ALLAN, Gadsden, Engineering, AIIE, Treasurer, Vice-President of Lupton Hall . . . DAVIES, BENJAMIN, III, Homewood, Engineering, Sigma Chi . . . DAVIS, JUDY TAMPLIN, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Second Vice-President of VVilson Hall, Special University Scholarship, Pasteur Society . , . DAVIS, LOWELL LAVAUGHN, Bremen, Commerce and Business Administration . . . DEAN, BENNETT VVAYNE, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . DEASON, NORMA JEAN, Billingsley, Education, AWS Senior Council, AWS House of Representatives, Women,s Resi- dence Hall Council, President of Mary Burke East, SNEA . . . DEBTER, SANDRA KAY, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . DELBRIDGE, FRANK J., JR., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . DELCHAMPS, JOHN TANDOLPH, Tuscaloosa, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon. Page 285 SENIOR Row One: DeMARLO, LINDA B., Summerdale, Education . . . DEMETROPOLIS, RONALD HANS, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club . . . DENNIS, ROBERT A., JR., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . DENTON, THOMAS WATSON, JR., Fort Payne, Education, Delta Tau Delta, Wesley Foundation, SNEA . . . DILLON, JANE Y., Birmingham, Nursing, Delta Zeta . . . DOBBS, HAROLD R., Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . DODD, NORMA ANN, Sunnyside, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . DORMON, BENJAMIN SCREVEN, III, Oxford, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . DOSS, ARTHUR L., JR., Tuscaloosa, Comme1'ce and Business Administration, Alpha Kappa Psi . . . DOUGLAS, LARRY MICHAEL, Birmingham, Engineering . . . DOUGLAS, TERRY RODGER, Birmingham, Engi- neering, Kappa Alpha Order, ASCE . . . DRAKE, PATRICIA ANNE, Double Springs, Home Economics . . . DRYDEN, GUY WILLIAM, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Acacia, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Pres- ident, IEEE, House of Representatives . . . DUDLEY, ALLEN, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Alpha Psi, Scabbard and Blade, Phi Eta Sigma, Delta Sigma Pi . . . DUDLEY, DONALD VVAYNE, Montgomery, Engineering, AICHE . . . DUEEASE, VVIL- LIAM EUGENE, III, Memphis, Tennessee, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Alpha Pi Mu, Vice-President, Scabhard and Blade, AIIE, Engineering Executive Council. Row Two: DUKE, JOHN PI-IILLIP, Hamilton, Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma, Theta Tau, AFS, EEC . . . DUNN, JANE ANN, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . DURHAM, JOSEPH E., JR., Marietta, Georgia, Engineering, Theta Tau, Sports Chairman, AIAA, President, Engineering Executive Council . . . R' in I DYER, DOUGLAS BRUCE, Perdido Beach, Commerce and Business Administration . . . EDDINS, PAMELA ANNE, Hiville, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Delta Delta, Vice-President, AWS Senior Council, NCAS, Secretary . . . EDGAR, HARRY A., Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Chairman, Freshman Orientation, President, Arts and Sciences, SGA Bama Day . . . EHLERT, ELIZA- BETH, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . EINSTEIN, HAROLD, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . ELLIOTT, BOBBY OWEN, Sheffield, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ELLIOTT, MARTHA OWEN, Jasper, Education, Chi Omega . . . ELLIOTT, MARY WARD, Fosters, Arts and Sciences, Mu Phi Epsilon, Dean's List . . . ELLIS, JAMES MICHAEL, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Order . . . ENGLEHARDT, SARA MARLOW, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Triangle, AWS Senior Council . . . ENGLE, JAMES TONY, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . ENNIS, WOODSON LEA, Livingston, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon, SAM . . . ERWIN, RICHARD EASTON, Tarrant, Engineering. Row Three: ESI-IELMANN, JOSEPH WILLIAM, III, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, University Players . . . ESKRIDGE, ANNE GOODE, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Ka pa Delta . . . ESSIG, MILTON ED- VVARD, Birmingham, Arts and? Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Seab- barcl and Blade, Cadet Oilicers Club, Newman Club . . . ESTES, STEVEN LATAP, JR., Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Eta Sigma . . . ETI-IEREDGE, 'WILLIAM THOMAS, Town Creek, Engineering, Aca- cia, IEEE . . . EUBANKS, WVILLIAM R., Carrollton, Arts and Sciences . . . EVERINGHAM, LAWRENCE EDWARD, Vallejo, Cali- fornia, Education, Swimming Team . . . EZELL, CHARLEW AGNES, III, Lavaca, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Ep- silon . . . FAIRCLOTH, JAMES MANNING, JR., Northport, Engineer- ing, ASME, AFS, Theta Tau, Pi Tau Sigma . . . FARLEY, DOROTHY, Baileyton, Arts and Sciences . . . FARRIOR, ROY MARSHALL, Tusca- loosa, Engineering, President, Tau Beta Pi, President, Southern Regional I . . I is? V 7 I X l-f . 1 ' , , I 'K' L Page 286 Suuit-nl Cliapti-rs ol' .-Xltflilig hm-it-l.ii'y, I'Iii I-Ita Siginag I'IIlIlIIIt'l'I'N Iix- CQAIIDNICII, IJCISUIXN IVUY5 Ifayctlcg Iiclucationg High Tide Band . . cculivu Colnicilg I'i Xin l-.1mInn4 Xi-lllllll-l 5IIlIll.l I'11miIin1g .'XIL'Qil I"iniiiQI.l- fi.-XIICIS, I.INIJ1X I.UU5 I,1'igIitong Nnrsingg l't-rsonal Relation Com- tion Sciiularniiipg l.I.n'uInI IS, Iinlnnwnl 5l'IlllI.IINI'lI1X . . . I'.XlII,Ix, IJIMXNICQ inillvvg U1XSNAg I'i'oj1'ct XiUlIlIlliIll't'Q Policy Cummittct: . . . GAR- 1'1'attviIIcg Iioini- Iwuiiniiliiwc .XALIHW IHII1'n llanrix tIInIm . . . I"I'15'l'IXtII'IIX, NI'1'I"I', IIOX' I"I'1I.'I'ON3 DI-catnrg ICIIIICIIIIOIIQ IIcaItIi and Physical LXNDA IIUSICQ l,.iIw XIII-agv, 1'Xi'IX.ima+-, I',mIiii-aliuii. IDm'Il.i I'Iii1l'11mIun, III-c'i'c'atim1 XIIIIIJQ NICIX . . . CAIXIIISON, XIVILLIAM CECIL, ,IRQ IXL'C0l'LIIllg SCL'l't'I-ll'X'1vh'xI'i.'X1vNtIII4'lll.ll Cfnnni-il ni 'Il-.ii-Iivix UI ISIIALLIINII 'lnwalnmag Arts ancl Sciciiccsg I'Iii Sigma Kappa. , , . 1fINI.I',X, I'II.'XN4.Ih I'.XIIIIX.Ixg .Xnnixtun, .Xrtx .incl Sciviiuwg l'Iii Kappa Pai . . . I"I.I'1XIXIINll, .I.XXII'fS IX.g IInntax'iIIi'g Cininiiimwu- anal Iinaiiitws .'XiIiniiuixti'.iliung 'I'Ia-l.i Xi . . . I'l.I'iXIINtl, XI,XIIII.XX INX- 'i'iacti'1Q im.iI1IiX.v'im.-X4 iimm- Ifrmmliiillliux ctw-11'-1 I'3H""il"2 ""1"i'- nail iff.-If CLXIIY, CIOIIIJON5 Ynrkg Arts and Scicnccsg 'imfa Chi, cnining Qin-I-n Carnrl. I'i'e-xiii:-nlg Cliairinan, Ilniiicwniiiiiyg Cfmnnittcc . . . CIASTON, IXUS- HI'lI.I. NICIIIOLS3 Starlwillc, Mixsissippig Arts and Scicncesg Plii Eta Siginag Ciiinixll tiniung Opcra XX'orksIiop . . . CIXUNTT, EMILY KAY5 tI.nIwiI1-iig .Xrtx anal Sl'Il'Ilt't'NQ Dclta Delta Dc-Itag Mortar Boarclg Alpha limi' I-'mini' I"l,OIIIfNtfI'f, KIIIXIIIIQS XXiII.I.I.4XXI. III't'IIIl'lI. Xitllll- I,.iinIiIl.i IJr'II.ig 'liriainglvg .'XXX'S Scnior Conncilg Crimson-XX'Iiitc Fca- im-i'L'c .incl Illlxillvv .XIIIIIIIIINII-IIIHII. IIIWI-I XI. XI-IIIXVIIIIM tfluilu , , . Inn' Iiilituit XIILIIHIIIIII nl Cnltnral Committccg Union Briarcl of Direc- lVl,OXX'I'.II5, St'5.XX I'iI.I,IfXg lInI4-xillig XI1uiwi1a1ai. Iwim-.iliuiig Salina Inu, I'ii-xlixal nl .Xrlx Cirinnnitlvc-g Clii Dvlta I'Iiig 'I'Iicta Sigma I'Iii , . . Dt-Ita 'I'.in. IXIINII XIII-llflll-II' .mil I'llSI Xiw-l'n-XIII--nl, .XXX5 Ifii-XInn.ni til-.tilttli-I, flII.iXIII,ICS I.OX'I'II,I,g Ilnntsvillvg Arts and Scicnccsg Sigma tluinicih .XXX 5 Slqmlniniiui' XIIHIHXII, .XXX 5 .Iniinir K Iainiii. IIIIL-I, Sim rv- fjlq I 1 1 QQIIQIQS' 1,XfN1fj1Q 111f1f: 11911 fj1yx jxyls iulil ScqLu1CC5 1 1 1 fjllg- Llyyg ,AXXXS Iflwtium tfiuniiiiltii -,,, IUIIIAIIXXIJ, ICI.IZXIII'QI'II SUN, I7.XX'IIJ II.g Imxiiiigtnii, 'Ii-iiiic-ssc-c'g IfiIl1lIllf'l'l'Ill1.IQ Sigma Gamma lixifxxsl 'I-llNl'.lIiHlN.l, Iiinni- I-'imn-iinix, K,i1i11.i k.l1X1X.l tl.innn.i, XIHI'I.ll 'I.ni, Si-n'i'vl.i1'yg 'Ian lic-ta I'i. AIAA . . . flII,I5lQIi'l', SAIXIUEL, DAVID5 Iinartlg IIIii t'1mInn Uininnn, .XI1XIl.l I.nnIuI.i IM-Il.i. .Xainiw IfIIf-n II.llIIN tfnuIm.i, l'lIILfIIlt'l'l'IllLf1 I'i X111 Iipxilon . . . CILLILAND, MYIXA Cjlniv, I,i'vNi1Ii'l1l. XI-HIi'lHHN'II1' X'-l"1l"IN II"l'I"N1'HI-IIN" - - - l'US'l'l'III. IXXIil,I,. .Xllwrlxilli-5 Iimlnvatimig SXI'lAg Agia-5 ICIIL-n Ilarris Club . . . ICDXXQXIIIJ ,'XI.I IVX. tfnlnnilwiix, XIINNINNIIYIXI. Khniin- iw .intl Iiumiii-M tllI,XIOItI'f, SX'I,X'I.'X I,.: Xluliili-1 Arts ancl Scif-iiccsg Special University ,'XlIlllIllISIl'.IIIUll . , . IVIIXNIKI IX. IIUNNII: IXXII 5. -IllNl.III71lN,l. Klan- HiImI.n'xIiipg .-XIIn-rl .4XxI1Im.niigIi Svimlarsliip . . . CI.ADDI'iN, JAMES iiiiiivrcn' lllltl IIIINIIWW X'I"I1'1Ixl"'I""' - - - I'IlI'AI7I'IIIIXfIX5IIN- IXXII'-5 XXXXI XX. III,g 'lim-.iIum.ig .'XrIx ami Suit-lit-I-sg Kita-wx Clnli . . . CLAS- CIUIIDUXQ Sin-Ilim-I-I, Ifuiiiiiu-uv .intl Iliivin-N .XtIIIllIIlNII.lIIlIll, I'i IN-l1D11.l QLIJXX, 1l.XX'II'IS I'QIJXX.'XIIID: AI.iNpt'i', l'ilIlIQ'AlIIUIlQ SNILA . . . CISASCOXV, ,XI1mIi.ig XI.irIu-tina C'InIi , . , I"IIl' I' XI XX, IIIVII XIII? XX XI7I'f. Ilnntnill-'. XX'II,I.I,XXI I,: IIii:-ylnwii: .'Xi'lx.ni1I Sciifiiccs . . . Cll,ASS,1jUI,.IUA IAYQ 1111, 111,11 511,-1,1-.N I'In tI.nnin.1 Ili-Ii.i . . . I'IIIlJ.XX, I'NII'fI,I,If XI,ItfIf. 'I im-.iliiiimg .Xrtx .nal sk'It'IIt't'N1 Smiai Sc-i'vit'c Cliairman UI l"ratc1'nity . . , SxI.1t'.nig.xp :Xrtx .nal Stiiii-I-X, XI1'IIll I.nnI-II.: IPI-Ita. Nunn I'1 5111111-I: CIICXY. ICIDXXXIIIJ XI.g 'Iiiiw-ilumag Cuniinwcc anal liusincss Admin- III NIU IIINIUII - - - III I-IUX' IXXIAVII IIXIXI A ,III-. IIIIIIIIIIQIIIIIII. Ifnui- iXii..1i..i., Sigma Xu. Alawiixz Uiiiriccni Dvlta Kappa: Sc'crctary-'I'reas- nccringg Kapp.i lXI1XIl.l Unit-i, iXIt'IiI'1 . . . I"l'I.IIfX, XX II,I.I XXI IXCTK- nn-r nl Stnciwnt tim:-i'nini'iit :Xsxnt-iatinnz DL-Ita Sigma l'ig I'i :XIII Epsilong SOX, III.: Cfulniiiiuis, Ulnu, Xitlllllllfltt' .intl Iinxiin--N ,X:IininisIi'.nI1iin. SILX Sn-n,iIv . . . ClUIJIJ.XIIIJ, -IIC,-XXL Iiirmingliamq Arts ancl Scicnccxg Band, Drinn Xlaiwi' , . . IQXIIIIII I. XX XIIII, IDI I"Ii I9.iX Xlinirltv. XI1XIl.t X1 IJI'Il.i. lI.nn1Ig IJi'It.i Cixi Oincga: Univcraity Playcrsg P1 Mn Cm11i1iv:i'u- .nal Ihixim-W Xiliiiinixliniuin. Xl.nL.-lun-,g tfInI. , , , MXXX. If1w-iliiii. XI1mIi.i IRI Uiiivga . , . CQOIDXXIN, CII.fXl'II,I'lS RI-CIIARDg C, ll-Q,-XXg SyI.aziiig.i. IfiIin.ilmn, I'i Ihii l'In, t'ntiIIiun XAIIIII, XVX5 . . . lin-xxtmig tff1iiiiiit'i'c-1- anti Iiiixiia-xx Atlminixlratinng Alplia Pin Omega. I zfzx Q9 ' id, - .,-nal I I -af I we -"' 'Q L I 0II1 mi 6: I, Page 287 . N---. is 'Lf M ,G 5, Y i tif, If Sw iv- ' T5 sd-sr -'T' 1 SENIOR Row One: GOLDSMITI-I, ANITA LOUISE, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, AAUYV, Spirit, Crcek XVeek Committee . . . GOLDSTEIN, JOSEL RAY, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . GOLDSTEIN, MILTON I.: Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau, Mar- keting Club . . . GOODXVIN, SHARON KAY, Selma, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta, YWCA, Spirit . . . GOODXVYN, NANCY K., Jasper, Education, Alpha Beta Alpha, SNEA, House Council . . . GORDON, VICKI JOAN, Hueytown, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Zeta, Marketing Club, Treasurer, Phi Chi Theta . . . GORN- STEIN, JON C., Lincolnwood, Illinois, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi, President, Homecoming Committee, Inter-fraternity Council . . . GOTTESMAN, LINDA ROSE, Biloxi, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon, AWS Junior Council, AWS Senior Council, Triangle, AWS Scholarship Committee, Cultural Committee, Second Vice-Prcs- ident of Martha Parham East, Chairman of Judiciary Council , . . GRAFTON, MARGARET KAY, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Town Girls, Agnes Ellen Harris Club, Honor Guide for Home Economics . . . GRAHAM, EDNVARD LLOYD, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, BSU, ISA, Alpha Kappa Delta . . . GRAHAM, JAMES MILTON, III, Richmond, Virginia, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, SAM, Marketing Club, Young Republicans, Conservatives Club, Announcer, WABP, Editor, The Conservative Tide . . . GRAVES, RHODA J., Birmingham, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . GRAY, JACQUE- LINE A., Jasper, Education . . . GREEN, CAROL ROSE, Bessemer, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . GREEN, MAURICE OLIVER, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . GREENE, FRED VVAYNE, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Vice-President of Paty Hall, Chief Jus- tice Judiciary Council of Paty Hall. A Row Two: GRENTNER, SHERRY LYNN, Coral Gables, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, Officer Manager of Comment, AWS I , I L . 1 EI-"' 1 1 I f in 5' Lf " Il LKII Senior Council . . . GRIER, JAMES GARLAND, Cullman, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, AIIE . . . GRIFFIN, TOM FLEET, Lincoln, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta, American Chemical Society . . . GRIGSBY, MICKEY H., Gadsden, Education, Beta Theta Pi, Cheer- leader . . . GRISHIXIAN, DAVID B., Biloxi, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . GRISSOM, FRED ALLEN, Russellville, Arts and Sciences, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Tau Chi, Pi Mu Epsilon, Sigma Delta Pi, President of Friedman Hall, Secretary-Treasurer of Men's Residence Hall Council . . . GRZYMKOXVSKI, CAROL, Rochester, New York, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha, Crimson-XVhite Exchange Edi- tor, Theta Sigma Phi, Press Club Secretary-Treasurer . . . GUNTER, SHERYL EVELYN, Sylacauga, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha, Air Force ROTC Sponsor . . . GURGANUS, JERILYN ELIZABETH, Birmingham, Education . . . HALL, GERALD ARDEN, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi, Secretary, Band, Symphony Orchestra, Alpha Epsilon Rho, Commerce Association, Cotillion Club . . . HALL, LEHMAN ELDRED, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Marketing Club . . . HALL, ROBERT EARL, JR., Greens- boro, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . HAMILTON, JAMES VICTOR, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . HAMILTON, MARY ALICE, Tuscaloosa, Education, Phi Mu, Town Girls, SNEA, Corolla Favorite, AVVS Judiciary Council . . . HAMMOND, R. TOMMY Decatur, Engineering . . . HANCHETT, JANET CAROLE, Big Rapids, Michigan, Home Economics, Interdorm Council, NVomen's Residence Hall Council. Row Three: HARDEN, DAVID RALPH, JR., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma, Baseball, French Club . . . HARDYVICK, XVILLIAM TERRANCE, Pell City, Art and Sciences, President, Sigma Delta Chi, Vice-President, Pi Tau Cjo, Associate Sports Editor, Crimson- VVhite, Associate Sports Editor, Corolla, VVesley Foundation, Dele- gate, National Sima Delta Chi Convention, Editor, WVesley Columns, Press Club . . . HARGROVE, ROBERT G., Birmingham, Engineering . . . I-IARLESS, BRENDA ELIZABETH, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, NCAS, Treasurer, Phi Chi Theta, President, Student Advisory Committee . . . HARMON, MARY MARGARET, Page 288 Yi if v 1 19 Q. , N he --I L- C' 1 Meridian, Mississippi: Arts and Seiciuces: Alpha Clannna Della: Xlacleinoi- st-Ile Magazine College Board, Sui-etlieart ol Pi Kappa Phi, Pi Kappa Phi National Rose: Art Ifclitur, Xlahontg Social Chairnian, Nlary Burke East, Cotillion Club . . . IIARPICR. DAYID ffl.ll"'I'ON: Bt-sseinerg Arts and Sciences, IIARRELI., AYERY BOICEQ Birmingham, lingincer- ing: IEEE, Eta Kappa Nu, Pi Mn Epsilon . . . lIARRliLI,. MADLYN McElAVEE: Birininghaing Cioniincrce and Business Adrnin- istration, Beta Alpha Psi . . . HART, YAX EATON, Tuscaloosa: Coin- merce and Business Administration . . . IIARTSELI., C. E., Colorado Springs, Colorado, Commerce and Business Administration . . . IIAR- XVOOD, DAVID L., Gadsden, Cornincrce and Business Administra- tion, Phi Epsilon Pi, Alpha Kappa Psi . . . IIASKEXY, NANCY BOUT- NVELL, Pine I-Iill, Arts and Sciences, Pasteur Society . . . IIASSON, JACK H., Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi, Alpha Epsi- lon Delta . . . HATCH, HARRIET SIIIRLEY, Birmingham, Education . . . HAXVTHORNE, JAMES GREENE, Montgomery: Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . HAYES, BETTY CAROL, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha, Secretary, Mortar Board, Phi Beta Kappa, Triangle, XVho's XVho. Row Four: HAYS, ROGERS NELSON, Pulaski, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta, President . . . IIELMS, VICKI NAN, Old Hickory, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, YXVCA, Spirit . . . IIELTON, JAMES PHILIP, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration . . . I-IENSON, JAMES EDWARD, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Arnold Air Society, AFROTC Cadet Officers Club . . . HENVETT, VIRGINIA ANN, Cottondale, Arts and Sciences . . . HICKS, LARRY EUGENE, Gadsden, Education, Band . . . HIEBEL, PETER ANTHONY, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . HIGGINBOTHAM, SANDRA GRACE, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega, Sports Chairman, Agnes Ellen Harris Club, Treasurer, Phi Upsilon Om- ricon . . . HIGGINS, MARY CHARLOTTE, Montevallo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HILBERT, BARBARA ANNE, Springfield, Illinois, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, Swan Club, Young Republicans, Cinema Society . . . HILL, SAMMIE S., Montgomery, Arts 0 O , P 3 Vx 'Q-4 R. ' gut , A iv I Q. V . ,5, - -ce lb ' x-7 lol A Q 4 Y- v' 5- fer . ..f ,' wi-X' ,WN and Sciences, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Tau Chi, Pi Kappa Lambda . , . llll.l,, YIOLA LEE: Birmingham, Nursing . . . HINES XVILLIAM CHRISTIAN, JR., lialfayctte, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta , , , IIINKLE, ELIZABETH JOYCE, Iluntsville, Arts and Sciences- Delta Delta Delta, Swan Club, SNEA . . . IIINSHAXV, DOROTHY,JEAN- lluntsvillc: Education, Zeta Tau Alpha, Ritual Chairman, TIIRHUIST Xteslininstcr, Secretary . . . IIITT, STEPIIENIE DEAN, Huntsville? Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta. y Ron' Fire: IIIXON, EDXVARD CAMERON, Bimiingham, Engineer- ing, AFS . . . IIOBSON, THOMAS RAY, Arlington, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi, AFROTC Officers Club, NVABP . . . HODCES JOHN EDNVIN, JR., Gadsden, Beta Theta Pi, American Society oi Training Directora, Alpha Kappa Psi, SAM, Air Force Oflicers Club . . . . . . I-IODULIK, CAROL, Clinton, New Jersey, Education, Swan Club . . . HOIT, ZANE MALLETTE, Montgomery, Engineering, Theta Tau, ASCE, Vice-President, AFROTC Oflicers Club, Arnold Air Society, SGA House ot Representatives . . . HOGUE, DOUGLAS VVAYNE, Carrollton, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HOLADAY JOHN NVALDRON, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi, Scab- hard and Blade, Distinguished Military Student . . . HOLBERG, ROBERT SCHVVARTZ, Mobile, Education, Art Director of Alabama Union, President, Student Religious Association . . . HOLLIMAN, JACK LANE, Pickensville, Commerce and Business Administration A. . . HOLLINGSVVORTH, CHARLIE LOUIS, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci- ences . . . HOLMES, FRANK WAYNE, Troy, Engineering . . . HOL- MES, JAMES DRAYTON, JR., Fairfield, Arts and Sciences . . . HOLMES, VIRGINIA LEVVIS, Birmingham, Education, Pi Beta Phi, AWS Senior Council, Panhellenic . . . HOLT, JAN MADELINE, Hunts- ville, Arts and Sciences, French Club, Spanish Club, Triangle, George Brownell Foreign Language Scholarship . . . HOOKS, SAMUEL SLADE, JR., Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Adrninis- tration Editor, Corolla, Circulation Editor, Greek Columns . . , HOUGH, PATRICIA JANE, Wyckoff, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences, Kappa De ta. Page 289 Row One: HOUSTON, DENNY WILL, Dawson, Education, SNEA . . . HOWARD, JIMMY H., Birmingham, Engineering, President, American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers, University of Alabama Award . . . HOWELL, CAROLYN BAKER, Tuscaloosa, Nursing, President, School of Nursing . . . HUBBARD, JAMES MITCHELL, Minter, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . HUDOFF, CHARLES T., Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Kappa Psi, SAM . . . HUGHES, TROY KERMIT, JR., Boaz, Education . . . HUGHES, WILLIAM ALBERT, Hartford, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . HUMPHRIES, WADE C., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Kappa Sigma . . . HYCI-IE, WILLIAM DOUGLAS, Searles, Commerce and Business Administration . . . INGLE, ILA HARPER, Nauvoo, Education, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Epsilon . . . INGRAM, JOE CLAYTON, JR., Mount Olive, Engineering, ASME . . . JACKSON, EVELYN G., Selma, Education, Delta Gamma. Row Two: JACKSON, STANLEY BERNARD, Tuscrunbia, Engineer- ing, Theta Tau, AIChE, Tau Beta Pi, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Pi Mu Epsilon, Engineering Executive Council . . . JACOBS, PAUL THOMAS, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club, Delta Sigma Pi, Arnold Air Society, Information Ollicer, AFROTC Cadet OiIicer's Club, Program Chairman of Paty Hall . . . JAMES, SARA NELL, Russellville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . JAN- SEN, BRUCE LAWRENCE, Titusville, Florida, Engineering, AIIE, All-Star Intramural Sports, Social Chairman of McCorvey Hall . . . JEFFERSON, ANSLEY, Lakeland, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . JEHLE, JAMES ROY, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi, AFROTC OHicers Club, Marketing Club, Junior Interfraternity Council . . . JEN- NINGS, MARTHA ELIZABETH, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . JENSEN, ELIZABETH ANN, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . JERNIGAN, MARY JO, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha, President, Mortar Board, AVVS House of Representatives, AWS Senior Council, Phi Beta Kappa, Who's Who . . . JOHNSON, DIANNE F., Greenville, Arts and Sciences, Band . . . JOHNSON, GEORGE WALLACE, Talladega, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President, Jasons, Omricon Delta Kappa . . . JOHNSON, MARY ELIZABETH, Franklin, Home Economics, Asso- ciate Editor of Corolla. Row Three: JOHNSON, MARY REBECCA, Albertville, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha, Treasurer, Mortar Board, AVVS Senior Coun- cil, Triangle, AWS Board of Directors, Phi Alpha Theta, XVho's W'ho . . . JOHNSON, STROTHER GREGG, JR., Hybart, Engineering, Kappa SENIOR S THE UNIVERSITY campus really undermined with a network of secret tunnels? For well over a hundred years the rumor has persisted, despite ' the scofling of some historians. Many unanswered questions surround the legend of the tunnels. Who dug them? And why? Some say the tunnels were dug during the War Between the States to provide an escape route in case of attack. One story says that they ex- tend all the way to the Black Warrior River, while another says they lead to another part of Tuscaloosa, perhaps to the Friedman Library. Xl A . N- -l - I Gd Q I 'J I lb-0 -Rx l .T If the network of tunnels really does exist, why is it kept a closely guarded secret? A selected few, according to the legend, have access to a hidden entrance. Maybe they know the secrets of those dark, subterranean passages. The rest of us have only the tales to excite our imaginations. Page 290 thi M' 'CT' lv' I 1 -' ., 4 , ., ' t . 1 L X ' .Y 'Pi at a R Khb Q5 ,,- J it - I ' K 4 R. .l fy 5. v, gp L- i T , W ,, - f' 39 -3 4 ' I If .fire-I Q- . ' -'P ' 5 X. - gg . Q.. ,' V . , - 4 i : . .X . ,. 9 N' X 'I-25,4 ag-efzQ hsehei' r, ' Ev N, I Y I Alpha Order, Scabbard and Blade, ASME . . . JOHNSON, WVAYNE BRUCE, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Phi, Treasurer, Delta Sigma Pi . . . JOHNSON, VVILLIAM FRANK, Seman, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta , . . JONES, BRYAN DAVIDSON, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi, Jasons, Omricon Delta Kappa, Editor of Corolla, Circle K, Wlhois YVho . . . JONES, GARY LOFTIN, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Admin- istration. JONES, JUDITH C., Decatur, Arts and Sciences, WVABP, Vice-President of Mary Burke, Judiciary Council, Alpha Epsilon Rho . . . JONES, JULIAN HARRIS, JR., Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . JONES, MARGARET DIANE, Birmingham, Edu- cation, Alpha Chi Omega . . . JONES, MARY DRUE, Sehna, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . JONES, ROBERT MONROE, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, SAM . . . JORDAN, BRENDA JANE, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, President and Vice-President, AWS Scholarship Chairman, AWS Publicity Commit- tee, Homecoming Committee, Triangle Advisory Board, Pasteur Soci- etv, Treasurer, House of Representatives, Panhellenic. Row Four: JORDAN, MELVIN EUGENE, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . JOYNER, FRANK HIL- TON, JR., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Mar- keting Club . . . KABBARA, TAREK ABD., Tripoli, Lebanon, Engi- neering, ASCE, International Students Association, OAS . . . KAM- ENSHINE, RICHARD H., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau, Business Manager of Cotillion Club, Homecoming Committee . . . KAMPMEIER, ELLEN MARGOT, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha, Triangle, Spirit, Second ,,:. cf 'Til ix' QQ, Vx W- L A 'L' l , 1 -x .S 54 Tn- Vicc-President, Pi Mu Epsilon . . . KANE, MICHELE ELLEN, Biloxi, Mississippi, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . KAPLON, SIDNEY, Alexandria, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . KEASLER, ROBERT GERALD, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences . . . KELLEY, DONNA LYNN, Dothan, Education, Phi Mu . . . KELLEY, JAMES HOVVARD, West Palm Beach, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . KEL- LEY, LONNIE ALFORD, JR., Blossburg, Engineering . . . KEMP, RONALD EVERETTE, Huntsville, Engineering, AIIE. Row Five: KENDRICK, MARY MARTHA, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi, Vice-President and President . . . KEN- NAMER, SEABORN CRAIG, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . KENNEDY, CARTER S., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . KERSHAW, JOHN KNOX, II, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta, SAM, Vice-President and President, Mahout, Pho- tography Editor . . . KEULER, LLOYD JOHN, Loxley, Commerce and Business Administration . . . KIDD, MARY ELEANOR, Hartwell, Georgia, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . KILPATRICK, DIANE, C., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, Triangle, Third Year, Chi Delta Phi . . . KIMBERLY, VICTORIA HARRIS, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Sigma Delta Pi, Alpha Kappa Delta, Spanish Club, Young Democrats . . . KIMMONS, WILLIAM LARRY, Huntsville, Engineering, IEEE . . . KING, MARY KATHERINE, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Delta Pi, Pi Mu Epsilon, Bama Bowl . . . KING, NORMAN RICHARD, Collinsville, Arts and Sciences Pi Kappa Phi . . . KIRBY, VIRGINIA KAY, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Swan Club, Pasteur Society. Page 291 SEN IO Row One: KLYCE, MICHAEL JOSEPH, Mountain Brook, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon, SGA Senate, Director of Student Activities, Interfraternity Council Judiciary, Editor of Fraternity Publications . . . KNIGHT, STEPHEN B., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha, Pi Kappa Lambda, Presbyterian Student Council, Student Religious Association . . . KNOWLES, ROGER CARL, Oxford, Commerce and Business Administration, Ad- vanced AFROTC . . . KOPLON, ELAINE HELEN, Opelika, Educa- tion, Delta Phi Upsilon, Treasurer, Hillel, President, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Treasurer, AWS Senior Council . . . KRAKUS, KATHLEEN KAY, Huntsville, Education, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Inter- national Students Association, French Club, Newman Club, SNEA , . . KROELRINGER, MICHAEL D., Huntsville, Home Economics, Beta Theta Pi, Vice-President and Secretary, Alpha Phi Omega, President, AID, President, Solicitor General of SGA Student Court, President and Secretary-Treasurer of School of Home Economics, SGA Traiiic Court, AID Scholarship . . . KUMMEL, BARBARA ANN, Letohatchie, Arts and Sciences . . . LAMBERTH, LANEY, Alexander City, Education, Delta Delta Delta, AAUVV, Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA . . . LAMBERT, TERRY I., Tuscaloosa, Education, SNEA . . . LAMON, CLARENCE DAVID, JR., Prichard, Arts and Sciences, Band, Choral Union, All Sports . . . LANCE, JAMES HARVEY, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Alpha Psi, Chester Knight Scholarship . . . LANE, JUDITH HOPE, Enterprise, Education, Alpha Beta Alpha, SNEA . . . LANG, EDYVARD BRIAN, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma, Brigade Staff, AROTC, Varsity Foot- ball, Homecoming Committee, Interfraternity Council . . . LATI-IAM, TIM C., Anniston, Commerce and Business Administration, SAM, Uni- versity Chorus . . . LAUGHRIDGE, I'-lO'WARD ALFORD, Birming- ham, Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, IEEE . . . LAVENDER, JOHN DAVID, JR., Sumterville, Education. lx 7, r 'IH Q' S ' sf' fi gre, l X, is X. K X Ni X in-. c......,,,,,,m-. -,.j..LLLL,, Page 5 0 if Row Two: LEAVELL, LAURA M., Birmingham, Education, Delta Zeta . . . LEE, JANE TERRELL, Tuscaloosa, Nursing, Mortar Board, Sigma Theta Tau, First Vice-President, UASNA, Policies Committee, School of Nursing . . . LEC-UM, LOU ANN, Virginia Beach, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha, Biology Fraternity, Cotillion Club, Corolla . . . LEVY, LYN, Mobile, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha, Agnes Ellen Harris Club . . . LEWIS, JANE ELLEN, Gallion, Educa- tion, Kappa Delta, Agnes Ellen Harris Club, Phi Upsilon Omricon, Triangle . . . LEWIS, JANIS ELAINE, Magnolia, Education, Chi Delta Phi, Kappa Delta Epsilon . . . LEWIS, MYRA BROWNE, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . LEWISKI, JAMES LAWRENCE, Gadsden, Education, Physical Education Majors Club . . . LIGHTSEY, ROBERT CLAYTON, JR., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer, Marketing Club . . . LISCI-IKOFF, WILLIAM BART, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi, Alpha Kappa Psi . . . LIVING- STON, ED K., Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta, Treasurer, Scabbard and Blade, President . . . LLOYD, CAROLYN JANET, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . LLOYD, EUBERT GAYLE, Pensacola, Florida, Education, Alpha Beta Alpha . . . LOFTIN, DONNA GAYE, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . LOPER, LONNIE A., Millry, Education, SNEA . . . LOTT, ELLEN SETON, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, AWS Senior Council, Chi Delta Phi. Row Three: LOTT, MITZI LEE, Enterprise, Nursing, BSU, UASNA, President and Treasurer . . . LOVE, KAY FLORINE, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . LOVELACE, JOYCE HESTER, Pensacola, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta, Triangle, AWVS Junior Council, AVVS Senior Council . . . LOWERY, ANDREVV JACK- SON, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha Order, Delta Sigma Pi, SGA Senate, SGA House of Representatives, Chairman of Freshman Orientation . . . LUCKIE, KATHERINE GOOD- WYN, Binningham, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . LUNSFORD, DAMIN VVAYNE, Selma, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, AFROTC Cadet Otlicers Club . . . LUXENBERG, ' " 1 X W.- if , nj- ' , V. X, lv X" I 7 5 -to 9 , Rr if Wa- Bur 292 RANDY LEE, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . LYNCH, JAMES DAVIS, IBN, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Sigma Kappa, Young Democrats, SAM . . . MCADORY, LOUIS ALLEN, Clanton, Arts and Sciences, Arnold Air Society, Symphony Orchestra, Dean's List . . . MCALEER, JAMES SELDEN, Mobile, Arts and Sci- ences, ACS . . . MCALISTER, RONALD GALE, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, Band . . . McBRAYER, ROBERT BIN- SON, JR., Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma, President . . . MCCALEB, MARY LOUISA, Huntsville, Edu- cation, Delta Delta Delta, President of Pledge Class, Assistant Rush Chairman, Secretary of Homecoming, Triangle, Chairman, SGA Banquet, Junior Panhellenic, SNEA, IAYVS, Chairman of Bama Aquacade, AWS Junior Council, AWS Senior Council . . . MCCLENDON, GLENDA ANN, Spruce Pine, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . MCCLUSKY, WANDA LEE, Phenix City, Arts and Sci- ences, Crimson-WVhite . . . MCCONAGHY, CHESTER ALLEN, JR., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club. Row Four: MCCOY, WILLIAM ALLEN, Tuscaloosa, Education, Basketball . . . MCCRORY, ROBIN MARIE, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci- ences, Phi Mu, Mortar Board, Second Vice-President of AWS, Alpha Lambda Delta, Chi Delta Chi, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Phi Alpha Theta, Phi Beta Kappa, Triangle, WVho,s VVho . . . MCCULLAR, JAMES RICHARD, Hueytown, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . MCELROY, WILLIAM BROVVN, Birmingham, Engineering, Kappa Sigma . . . MCEWEN, JAMES D., Tuscaloosa, Education, SNEA . . . MCFADDEN, LORENE MICHELLE, Columbiana, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . MCGAHA, JERRY RAY, Parrish, Engineering, AIME, Engineering Executive Council . . . MCGINTY, M. MAXINE, Atlanta, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Triangle, Tri-Beta . . . MCCOUGH, MARY HELEN, Montgomery, Home Eco- nomics, Alpha Delta Pi . . . MCILWAIN, CHARLES ROBERT, Birmingham, Engineering, AIChE . . . MCJUNKIN, NANCY ELLEN, Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, Education, University Players, Made- moiselle College Board . . . McKAY, BARBARA ANNE, Winiield, Education, Mu Phi Epsilon . . . MCKEMIE, SUSANNA, Evanston, Illinois, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, Human Rights Forum . . . MCKENZIE, MARJORIE LYNN, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MCLELLAN, MALCOLM ROBERT, JR., Chattanooga, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Phi Omega, AROTC Cadet Ofticers Club, SAM . . . MCLEMORE, LAWRENCE BEAR, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma. Row Five: MCLEOD, KATIE PATRICIA, Pensacola, Florida, Edu- cation, Alpha Delta Pi . . . MCPI-IAUL, HANNAH CHRISTINE, Ozark, Education, Pi Beta Phi, Kappa Delta Epsilon . . . MCPHERSON, LARRY DOUGLAS, Vinemont, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MCPOLAND, HELEN STEWART, Clearwater, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, Young Republicans, Young Republican National Committee Woman for Alabama, Theta Sigma Phi . . . Mc- QUILLEN, KAREN J., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, Cheerleader, Triangle, President, Mortar Board . . . MCRAE, JON MALLORY, Marianna, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . MacDONALD, JAMES ANTHONY, Huntsville, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Phi Sigma Kappa, Marketing Club, SAM . . . MacKAY, MARIAN ELIZABETH, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kap- pa Delta, Illustrator for AWS CoEd, Key to Greeks, Dorm Legislature . . . MALONE, ANNE, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, MALONE, DORO- OTHY MYRA, Russellville, Home Economics . . . MALONEY, KATH- LEEN PATRICIA, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, AWS Senior Council . . . MANN, MARY WALKER, Guin, Home Economics, Phi Upsilon Omricon, Agnes Ellen Harris Club . . . MANNING, MIL- DRED LORAINE, Birmingham, Education, NCAS, SNEA . . . MAR- CUS, ELLIOT D., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Zeta Beta Tau, Treasurer, Druids, Organizations Editor of Corolla, Bama Day Committee . . . MARKS, BARBARA MILLER, Memphis, Tennessee, Education, Pi Beta Phi, Pledge Trainer, AWS Junior Coun- cil, AWS Senior Council, Secretary, Kappa Delta Epsilon, President, Senator of SGA Legislature, Student Activities Committee, Sorority Eval- uation Committee, Dean's List . . . MARTIN, CINDA, Birmingham, Education, Phi Mu, Chi Delta Phi, Sigma Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Epsi- lon, AWS Senior Council, Vice-President of College of Education. it '5 g.,-f gp-v Page 293 ,ne , -. RIS. A Q 3' in I lk, 'V XJTSN S ,aa -. , P . -Ac' In , , X I, tv -E my i T7 A f vw f ' Na x x P'-2:11, ri- if . s-1 A ,J se. 3 MY XXL r AX . . xg w, C "N ., -:f 'ii ' SENIOR Row One: MARTIN, REBECCA SUE, Maxwell Air Force Base, Education . . . MARTIN, THOMAS JORDAN, JR., Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi, Social Chairman, Interfraternity Council, Assistant Editor of Comment, Chairman, Miss Venus Contest, Greek Week Coordinating Committee . . . MASSEN- GALE, WILLIAM IVEY, JR., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MATHIAS, PEGGY SUE, Nauvoo, Education, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Epsilon . . . MATTISON, MICHAEL WAR- REN, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega, Rho Alpha Tau, Cotillion Club, Druids . . . MAY, CAROL ANNE, Enterprise, Nursing, UASNA . . . MAYHALL, JACK, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . MAYS, GERALD LOYD, Northport, Engineering . . . MAUGHAN, KENNETH HOWARD, Gordo, Engineering, IEEE . . . MEEK, TERRY STEPHEN, Birmingham, Engineering, Pi Mu Epsilon, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, IEEE, Theta Tau . . . MEIGHAN, LYNN COLQUITT, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MERRELL, RONALD CLIFTON, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi, Rho Alpha Tau, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Band, Interfraternity Council Rush Com- mittee, International Students Association, Cotillion Club . . . MERRITT, JOHN NEWTON, Fayette, Education, Acacia . . . MERRITT, SUSAN JUNE, Meridian, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, MESSERSMITH, ESTHER MARIE, Cullman, Education, Treasurer of Mary Burke, Gamma Delta, Vice-President and Corresponding Secretary, Pi Tau Chi, SNEA . . . MESSINA, BENEDICT CARTER, Enterprise, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta. Row Two: MESSINA, DARYL RIECKE, Enterprise, Commerce and Business Adrninistration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . MESTLER, SANDRA JEAN, Willingboro, New Jersey, Education, Associated Women Students, Pres- - - v K1 Cb 1 Xi! '23, Q' ml! A ident, SNEA, President, Mortar Board, Kappa Delta Epsilon, SGA Cabinet, AXVS Board of Directors, AXVS I-louse of Representatives, Independent Representative, AXVS, Secretary, AXVS, Triangle . . . MEWBORN, RUFUS XVARREN, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MEYERS, ESTA DIANE, Columbiana, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau, Summer School President of AXVS, Secretary, AVVS, Triangle, Varsity Debate, XVho,s XVho . . . MILLER, ANITA LESLIE, Tusca- loosa, Education, Kappa Delta, SNEA . . . MILLER, HERBERT CRAXVFORD, Birmingham, Alts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . MILLER, JOE E, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MILLER, LARRY FRED, Cordova, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MILLER, MAURICE LEVON, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . MIREE, BENJAMIN KYSER, Birmingham, Engineer- ing, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Chi Epsilon, Engineering Executive Council, ASCE, Sec1'etary . . . MITCHELL, JERRY XVAYNE, Phil Campbell, Education, SNEA . . . MITCHELL, JOE CADDELL, Centreville, Arts and Sciences . . . MITCHELL, MARY JOSITA, Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma, AVVS Junior Council, Treasurer . . . MITCHELL, PAT F., JR., Montgomery, Arts and Sci- ences, Chi Phi, Scabbard and Blade, Interfraternity Council, AROTC Cadet Oiiicers Club . . . MIZE, RENNY, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . MONROE, YVALTER HARRIS, III, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega, ROTC Officers Club, Homecoming Committee. Row Three: MONTGOMERY, VIRGINIA CELESTE, Birmingham, Home Economics, Kappa Delta . . . MOON, GEORGE BENJAMIN: Montgomery, Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Treasurer, ASCF, Arnold Air Society, Comptroller, AFROTC OH'icers Club, Sergeant-at-Arms . . . MOON, JAMES EDWARD, Mobile, Commerce and Business Admin- istration . . . MOON, JAMES OVVEN, LaFayette, Arts and Sciences . MOORE, PATRICK F., III, Anderson, South Carolina, Arts and Sci- ences, Delta Tau Delta . . . MOORE, PHILIP JACKSON, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, SAM, ASTD, Alpha Kappa Psi . . . MOORE, WILLIAM MORGAN, JR., Huntsville, Commerce and Page 294 .-ft, Y " ' . ii x ,wks ' I - ,S slum' -- K ' 'WV' Business Administration, Marketing Club . . . MORGAN, MILLARD CLYDE, JR., Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . MOSLEY, E. ELAINE, Birmingham, Education, Delta Zeta, Spirit, Usher, Agnes Ellen Harris Club, SNEA, Phi Upsilon Omricon, President, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi . . . MORRIS, CHARLES THOMAS, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . MORRISON, KATHLEEN MARIE, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, Swan Club, President, AWS. Senior Council . . . MORRISON, WILMA FAYE, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Kappa Delta , . . MORSE, GERALD ALSBERG, Beverly, Massachusetts, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . MORTON, BRUCE EDWARD, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega, House of Representatives . . . MORTON, JAMES BRIDGES, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . MOS- FELLAR, JOHN T., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Delta Kappa Epsilon. How Four: MOYER, MARY, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MULLINS, DONALD RICHARD, Birmingham, Engi- neering, Delta Tau Delta, ASME . . . MULLINS, JAMES HUGH, Clanton, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . MURPHY, MARY F., Birmingham, Education, Chi Omega, President, Panhellenic, AWVS House of Representatives . . . MUSGROVE, JAMES WIL- LIAM, Fairfield, Commerce and Business Administration, SAM . . . NALL, JOSEPH MADISON, Atmore, Engineering, AIAA, Alpha Phi Omega, AFROTC Cadet Officers Club . . . NASON, MILDRED CAROLYN, Birmingham, Education, Pi Beta Phi, Phi Upsilon Omricon, Triangle . . . NEAL, JILL, Birmingham, Education, Delta Zeta, SNEA NELSON, CELIA DEVAN, Birmingham, Education, Sigma Delta Tau, President . . . NELSON, DUDLEY A. R., JR., Mobile, Engineer- ing, AIAA, Alpha Phi Omega . . . NELSON, SANDRA LOUISE, Birmingham, Education . . . NEVBAVER, JOYCE ANN, Vifahpeton, North Dakota, Commerce and Business Administration, Vice-President of Dormitory, Judiciary Committee, Scholarship Committee . . . NICH- OLS, ANNE CARLTON, Tuscaloosa, Education, Pi Beta Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, Mortar Board, YWCA, President, Vice-President, and His- torian, Pi Tau Chi, AWS Judiciary, Alpha Lambda Delta, Triangle SGA Legislature, AWS Freshman Council, Alpha Beta Alpha, Vice- President . . . NICHOLS, SANDRA GRACE, Hueytown, Education . . . NORDMAN, JANE ELLEN, Gadsden, Education, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi . . . NORTHROP, IKE H., JR., Milton, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta. Row Five: NORVELL, MARGARET PARKER, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta, Vestry, Canterbury, Rush Evaluation, President of Daughters of the King, Young Republicans . . . NOWELL, DURWOOD ALFRED, JR., Headland, Arts and Sciences, ROTC Cadet Brigade . . . NYHAN, RICHARD STANLEY, Huntsville, Engineering, AIIE . . . ODOM, KENNETH R., Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . OGDEN, WILLIAM HAMPYE, Tuscaloosa, Engi- neering, AIAA, Dean's List . . . OSBORN, BYRON EDWARD, Collins- ville, Education . . . OSBORN, KENNETH MICHAEL, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . PADGETT, ELMER MARVIN, JR., Evergreen, Engineering, Alpha Phi Omega, President, President AFROTC Oilicers Club, Sigma Gamma Tau, Tau Beta Pi, AIAA . . . PAGE, JOHN JULIUS, JR., Mobile, Engineering, ASCE . . . PAINTER, ROBERT WAYLAND, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Kappa Psi . . . PALMER, MARI- LYN FRANCES, Tuscaloosa, Education, Student Religious Association, Pi Tau Chi, Town Girls, International Students Association . . . PAR- DUE, ALBERT LUTHER, JR., Mobile, Engineering, Phi Kappa Psi, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Mu Epsilon, IEEE, Alpha Phi Omega, Scabbard and Blade, Fred R. Maxwell Award . . . PARKER, ALTON B., JR., Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi, Alpha Phi Omega, Pi Mu Epsilon, Band, Tennis Team, Homecoming Committee, Publications Board, Spirit Committee . . . PARKS, KENNETH VVAYNE, Opelika, Commerce and Business Administration, SAM . . . PARKER, TIMOTHY MIZE, Tusca- loosa Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . PAR- NELL, RONALD JUDSON, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Arts and Sri- ences, Phi Sigma Kappa, Secretary and Sports Chairman, PI Mu Epsilon. Page 295 Row One: PARR, CLARENCE RICHARD, IR., Decatur, Comme1'ce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . PASS, LANA IANETTE, Cleveland, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Alpha Psi, Phi Chi Theta . . . PATE, MILTON HOWARD, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PATTERSON, BECKY M., Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . PATTON, SANDRA LEE, Berry, Education, Alpha Beta Alpha, Kappa Delta Epsilon, SNEA, Vice-President of Mary Burke East BSU . . . PAYNE, FRIEDA L., Hamilton, Education, Delta Gamma, Alpha Beta Alpha, International Week Committee . . . PEARCE, JACKIE WEAR, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Phi . . . PENNEL, HELEN VIRGINIA, Panama City, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta, Spirit, AAUW, Treasurer, YWCA . . . PERKINS, CHARLES FRANKLIN, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, SAM . . . PERRY, NEWTON ALTON, Pell City, Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Pi Mu, Pi Mu Epsi- lon, AIIE . . . PETERSON, LYNN TANNER, Childersburg, Nursing, UASNA . . . PETTY, LINDA CAYE, Bessemer, Education, President of Harris Hall, Women's Residence Hall Council, Band, Symphony Or- chestra, Social Chairman of Dormitory, AWS House of Representatives, House Council. Row Two: PIERSON, RAYMOND ARTHUR, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . PIGFORD, CATHERINE JOAN, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . PITT, CHARLES REDDING, Decatur, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Order, SGA Senate, Homecoming Chairman, Jasons . . . PITTS, MARY ANN, Vinemont, Home Economics, Phi Upsilon Omricon, Borden Award, Editor, SGA Bulletin, AVVS Junior Council, President, Mary Burke West, Bama Day Committee . . . PIXTON, CAROLE ARRINGTON, Magnolia Springs, Education, SNEA, CEC . . . PLUNKETT, JANE ENGEL, Cullman, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Delta Delta, Activities Chairman, Mortar Board, AVVS Senior Representative, Board of Directors, Triangle, Marketing Club, Co-Chairman, AXVS Leadership Retreat . . . PLUNKETT, THOMAS HAROLD, Arab, Edu- cation, Phi Sigma Kappa, Vice-President, Interfraternity Council . . . POARCH, INA CAROLYN, Hueytown, Arts and Sciences, Pasteur Society . . . PORCH, SARA DUREN, Tuscaloosa, Education, Phi Mu . . . PORTER, IRVINE CRAIG, III, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma, Riiie Team, Distinguished Military Student . . . PORTER, ROBERT WILSON, IR., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Pi Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Pi, AFROTC Oilicers Club . . . POSEY, MARY ANN, Florence, Education. SENIOR OMEWHERE AROUND the Alabama campus a very valuable and historic piece of glass is buried. It 1S the lens from the retractor telescope in the h"""' Universityis old observatory. In 1865, when Word reached Tuscaloosa that General Croxton and his Yankee troops were on their Way, several loyal students took the lens from its mounting and hid it. The lens had been ground in Europe, and was considered to be one of the finest in the world. lust where the lens was hidden remains a mystery, the students Who hid it Were all killed, defending the University. Some say it was buried on the campus, others say it was buried at the nearby insane Page 5 . 5 , N Y? K U ,V W li V I lt' , I PK' . ffm 9 1 l N I 419. ei . A QI . Kg! I asylum. As things turned out, the safest place it could have been was back in the tele- scope. The observatory was miraculously saved and stands to this day. The search Went on for years, but the lens was lost forever, and with it the Uni- versity of Alabama lost the distinction of having "the iinest college observatory on earthf' w5f'. 296 I 2 3 1 3 Q, it. N Q .sf LvfiV" aj- i ,,,,.,, Row Three: POUNDS, MARY ANN, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Vice-President of Summer School AWS, Vice-President, AAUW, Triangle, AWS Judiciary Council, Triangle Outstanding Transfer Award, YWCA, Mu Phi Epsilon, Bama Bowl, Who's Who . . . POW, MARGARET SUSAN, Tuscaloosa, Edu- cation, Chi Omega . . . POWELL, JUDITH G., Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Chi Delta Phi, House Judiciary . . . POWVELL, LEWVIS WILLIAM, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . POYNOR, FRANK BOUCHELLE, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . PRITCHETT, BETTY KATHERINE, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Dean's List, Pasteur Society, Town Girls . . . PRITCHETT, KATIE, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . PRUITT, OWEN WILSON, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi, Druids . . . PUGH, CAROLYN SUE, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . PUGH, RONNIE LEE, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . PUL- LIAM, JAMES HAROLD, Haleyville, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . PURDES, HOWARD GEORGE, Nauvoo, Commerce and Business Administration, Acacia, Corolla Photographer. Row Four: PYLE, BOBBY EUGENE, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Sigma Pi Sigma . . . RANDMAN, JUDITH GAIL, Birmingham, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . RAVVLS, CAROLEIGH, Athens, Education, University Singers, House Council of Mary Burke Hall, Secretary of Mary Burke Hall . . . RAVVLS, LINDA KAY, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Cotillion Club, Crimson Girl, Young Democrats . . . RAVVLS, MARTHA LYNN, Birmingham, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . RAY, CHARLES CLYDE, JR., Birmingham, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Theta Chi . . . RAY, GARY M., Sylacauga, Arts gi- , 'iff' -it U, 0 gr.. and Sciences . . . RAY, HENRY B., Sylacauga, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma, Marketing Club . . . RAY, PAUL ALAN, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Xi . . . READ, GAIL HERREN, Jacksonville Beach, Florida, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . REDDOCH, JAMES FOLMAR, JR., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta, Senate of S. G. A., Scabbard and Blade . . . REGISTER, GEORGE R., Pensacola, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu. Row Five: REID, BRUCE A., Barrington, Illinois, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi , . . REINSTEIN, ANDREVV C., Englewood Cliifs, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau, Cotil- lion Club . . . REYNOLDS, JOHN MARVIN, JR., Birmingham, En fi- neering . . . REYNOLDS, SARAH, Fairhope, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . RICE, JO ANNE, Northport, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta, AFROTC Sponsor, Secretary of Sigma Delta Pi, Town Girls Association, AWS Public Relations Committee, Spanish Club . . . RIDDLE, MILTON EDWVIN, Huntsville, Engineering, AIIE . . . RICHARDSON, GEORGE RICHARD, Mobile, Education . . . RILEY, AUBREY VERNON, Alexander City, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Beta Theta Pi, Treasurer-Beta Theta Pi, Delta Sigma Pi, Senior Vice-President of Delta Sigma Pi, Marketing Club . . . ROBERTS, JOHN DAVID, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Arnold Air Society . . . ROBINSON, HARRIET JEAN, Pensacola, Florida, Nursing, Chi Omega, U. A. N. A., Representative to Student Affairs Committee . . , ROSEN, TRUDY ANN, Mcniphis, Tennessee, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon, Student National Education Association . . . ROSENBLUM, DAVID BENJAMIN, Marion, Com- merce and Business Administration, Zeta Bcta Tau. Page 297 SENIOR Row One: ROY, ROBERT BOLDEN, Birmingham, Engineering, ASME, Chairman . . . RUSH, HARRIETTE, Meridian, Mississippi, Home Economics, Chi Omega, A. I. D .... RUSHTON, CHARLOTTE ENSLEN, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . SAEGER, EARLE ROY, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club . . . SAGER, HUGH NORVVOOD, Brighton, Arts and Sciences . . . SANDERS, HERMAN BRANTLEY, JR., Brownsboro, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi, Marketing Club, Cotillion Club . . . SANTORO, MICHAEL JOSEPH, Birmingham, Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE . . . SATTERWHITE, HILTON DWIGHT, JR., Birmingham, Education, Band, Opera Work- shop, Spirit Committee, Band Manager . . . SCARBOROUGH, KEN- NETH R., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . SCHEMBS, SHARON LEA, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . SCHILLECI, IOSEPH B., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . SCHREIBMAN, H. MICHAEL, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Zeta Beta Tau, Scabbard and Blade . . . SCHRIEBMAN, WILLIAM STEPHEN, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau, Ala. Freshman Swim Team, Homecoming Committee, Cotillion Club, Spirit Committee, Weinjug Club . . . SCI-IWARTZ, LYNNE M., Nash- ville, Tennessee, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon, Panhellenic, AWS House, Hillel Student Council . . . SCHULTZ, KATHRYN ANN, Foley, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta, Mortar Board, Second Vice-President of Alpha Gamma Delta, Summer School President of Panhellenic . . . SCHWARTZ, RICHARD ALAN, Atlanta, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Epsilon Pi. Row Two: SCIPLE, TIMOTHY WAYNE, Shuqualak, Mississippi, Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Mu Epsilon, Wesley Foundation, President, AICHE, Corresponding Secretary, Student Religious Association, Treas- f7"X wie X' I ,gpg 10 l , 5 0, . ,?5sM 43191, 's - ,,f+r ,3:g Q, Q , -14' 40-sq gg . . . 5 5 3122+-serw, , ,ie , ,H Ziff 4? NX urer . . . SCREWS, JOHN A., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . SCRUGGS, EDWARD N., IR., Guntersville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . SCUDDER, WIL- LIAM RALPH, Blossom, Texas, Education, Baseball . . . SEALE, DIANE, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Lambda Delta . . . SEGREST, STARR ANNE, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Alpha Lambda Delta, Chi Delta Phi . . . SEIFERT, LEE ROE, IR., Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu, Air Force Cadet OH-icers' Club . . . SERNA, IAIRO, Cali, Colombia, Engineering, AICHE, International Students Association, Newman Club . . . SHAF- FER, IUDITH E., Mobile, Education, Delta Zeta, SNEA . . . SHAF- FER, MIKIEL BRADY, Northport, Education . . . SHANNON, PATRICIA ROBB, Childersburg, Education, Delta Gamma . . . SHAV- ERS, GRANVILLE ROY, IR., Huntsville, Engineering, IEEE . . . SHEALY, CHARLES FRANK, Decatur, Engineering . . . SHER, DAVID ROBERT, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Phi Epsilon Pi, Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma . . . SI-IERER, BARBARA PALMER, Birmingham, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . SHERMAN, CAROLYN OLIVIA, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi, Band, Triangle. Row Three: SI-IETH, SHRIKANT PRITAMLAL, Tuscaloosa, Engi- neering . . . SI-IERER, ROBERT CHESLEY, Jasper, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SHILEY, EUGENIA ANN, Homewood, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Spirit, YWCA, AAUW, Pasteur Soci- ety, AWS Scholarship Committeeship . . . SHORT, ROLAND THOMAS, Shreveport, Louisiana, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary . . . SHUGART, RICHARD WOOD, IR., Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences . . . SIBLEY, THOMAS WAYNE, Huntsville, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . SIDES, DONALD JOSEPH, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta, Scabbard and Blade, Supervisor of Intramural Sports, SFVP . . . SILVER, SOPI-IIA ST. CLARKE, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Education, Alpha Chi Omega, Triangle, University Symphony, Mu Phi Epsilon . . . fi, .i xt 5 N-fx 115 I s Nix A 4 sk , Jr' 5113. vzgfgiiaiifknil-:Q 'f . . 1- ' q Yfigsiwfm. ' f' Page 298 SIMS, MARGARET ANN, Danville, Arts and Sciences, Mortar Board, Honors Program, AWS Board of Directors, Phi Alpha Theta, Pi Tau Chi . . . SIMS, MILDRED NANCY, Birmin ham, Nursing, Alpha Lambda Delta, Choral Union, Mortar Board, Secretary-Treasurer, School of Nursing, UASNA, Second Vice-President, ASSNA, President, District No. 3 of ASSNA . . . SIMS, SUSAN EUCENIA, Mont- gomery, Education, Alpha Delta Pi, Scholarship Chairman, Alpha Delta Pi, AWS Scholarship Committee, Chairman, Chairman, AWS Tutoring VVorkshop, Newman Club . . . SKINNER, CAREY, Mobile, Education, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . SKINNER, JANICE DIANNA, Birmingham, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi, Agnes Ellen Harris, French Club . . . SLOAN, CAROL, Scottsboro, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Pres- ident, Pi Mu Epsilon, Treasurer, Alpha Lambda Delta, AAUW, Senior Council, Panhellenic, AWS House of Representatives . . . SMITH, ELLIS ELBERT, JR., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon . . . SMITH, HARRIETT ELIZABETH, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Beta Beta Beta, Human Rights Forum. Row Four: SMITH, HARRY DON, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha, Druids . . . SMITH, JAMES ANDREW, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Tennis . . . SMITH, KENNETH EDWIN, Birmingham Education, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . SMITH, LINDA KAY, Fairfax, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, Treasurer and Rush Chairman, Pi Mu Epsilon, Panhellenic, Alabama Maid of Cotton . . . SMITH, LYNNE CARTER, Montgomery, Art and Sciences, Phi Mu, Chi Delta Phi, Vice-President, Triangle, Vice-President of Phi Mu . . . SMITH, MILTON DIXON, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . SMITH, STEPHEN HOWARD, JR., Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi, Alpha Phi Omega . . . SMITH, VON- CILE, Gulf Shores, Arts and Sciences, Vice-President and Judiciary Chairman of Dormitory . . . SMITH, WILLIAM NEWBILLE, JR., Guntersville, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . SMITHEYMAN, CAROLE PLAMER, Tuscaloosa, Edu- cation, Phi Mu, Triangle, Spirit . . . SMITHERMAN, JAMES , .M DAVID, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, AIChE . . . SMITHERMAN, JANE CORTEZ, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . SMITHER- MAN, MARTHA ANN, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . SNYDER, JOHN HUDSON, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Sigma Pi . . . SOKOL, BRUCE H., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . SPEER, HARRY A., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Five: SPENCER, BOBBY RAY, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, AIAA, Sigma Gamma-Tau . . . STABLER, GEORGE S., Tuscaloosa, Educa- tion, Band . . . STACY, DORIS JO, Centreville, Education, Delta Zeta, Spirit, Agnes Ellen Harris, SNEA . . . STALLINGS, JOHN LARRY, Tusca oosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . STARNES, ANNE MERIWETHER, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu, Pi Mu Epsilon . . . STARNES, MARY RICHIE, Guntersville, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, SGA Senator, SGA Finance Committee, Executive Secretary of Homecoming, Secretary Protem of SGA Senate . . . STARNES, ROBERT LEE, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Pi Mu Epsilon, Alpha Phi Omega, AIAA, Band, AFROTC Cadet Oilicers Club, Arnold Air Society . . . STEPHENS, JERRY LODGE, Dothan, Arts and Sci- ences, Kappa Sigma . . . STEWART, JAMES DAVID, JR., Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, STEWART, LEWIS MINOR, JR., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega, SGA House of Representatives, Civic Affairs Committee, Director of Political Affairs, IFC Representa- tive, President, Alpha Tau Omega . . . STEWART, NANCY RHEA, Carbon Hill, Education, Alpha Beta Alpha, Kappa Delta Pi . . . STEWART, SHERMAN DIXON, Muscle Shoals, Engineering, AF- ROTC Officers Club . . . STIEGEL, INA-MAE, Miami, Florida, Educa- tion, Delta Phi Epsilon, Rush Chairman . . . STOKES, HARRY WHITFIELD, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha, AROTC Cadet Officers Club, Treasurer . . . STONE, SHARON LOUISE, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Chi Delta Phi, Junior Council, President, Phi Mu . . . STRAIN, MARGARET MCQUEEN, Brewton, Arts and Sciences. K. G .. J 4 N, I, r' M 'nl Q? Page 299 Row One: STRAWBRIDGE, SHIRLEY ANN, Vernon, Education, Alpha Chi Omega, Spirit, YWCA, Festival of Arts Committee . . . STRICKLAND, JAMES CARTER, Jasper, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Sigma Pi . . . STRICKLAND, MARK AGEE, Section, Engineering . . . STRICKLAND, ROBERT L., Pell City, Engineering . . . STRINGER, JAMES GIBSON, JR., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma, Scabbard and Blade . . . STURTEVANT, ALTON BROWN, JR., Monroeville, Arts and Sciences, Vice-President, Clayton Hall, Pasteur Society . . . SWEARINGEN, YANCEY G., Shorter, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Beta Theta Pi . . . TATE, BONNIE GAIL, Adamsville, Education, Tri-Beta, Spanish Club, Secretary, NEA, Spirit . . . TATE, NANCY JANE, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Lamb- da Delta, Triangle, AWS Activities Committee, Chi Delta Phi, Secre- tary, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Vice-President, Kappa Delta Pi, Sophomore Council, First Vice-President, Alpha Delta Pi . . . TAUL, FREDERICK W., Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsi- lon . . . TAYLOR, GLENNETTE NICHOLS, Fayette, Education . . . TAYLOR, JERRY MICHAEL, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi, President. How Two: TAYLOR, PATSY VERNICE, Chatom, Education . . . TERRELL, EDMUND ARMES, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . TERRY, ALLEN L., II, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . THOMAS, DONALD SMITH, JR., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Pi Mu Epsilon . . . THOMPSON, JEFFREY EARL, Birmingham, Education, Theta Xi, President . . . TI-IREET, KAREN GWEN, Beaverton, Arts and Sciences . . . TI-IURMOND, HERSHEL JOSEPH, Gadsden, Engineering . . . TIDWELL, JOSEPH LYMAN, Oneonta, Education, SNEA . . . TILLEY, CAROL SIMS, Culhnan, Arts and Sciences, House Judiciary Council, Spanish Club . . . TILMAN, MARY ANN M., Tuscaloosa, Education, Kappa Delta Pi . . . TILMAN, ROBERT B., Tuscaloosa, Education . . . TIPTON, BILL L., Gadsden, Education. SENIOR N DAYS OF OLD, a man was expected to be pre- pared to defend his honour at the drop of an in- sult. And it seems that our student of yore was so primed to show his ire at the slightest provocation. Several University students involved themselves in duels for their manly esteem, and several lost their lives on the Held of honor. One such case involved a student by the name of Baptist who was locked in a classroom where he was pre- paring a recitation. The guilty party was an older boy by the name of Killough. Baptist broke the lock on the f I x sr Wx Smwi K ar 'ir ., fs, 4. gp, I l . ,, ., Ki - of"x 1' , 8 j I door, and, later, there were harsh words between the two. Baptist challenged Kil- lough, and the latter named the weapons and conditions: the combatants should enter a certain room in a University building, naked, and armed with bowie knives. Baptist, being smaller and less virile, graciously chickened out and became a minister. Under the circumstances, we can't really blame him. Page 300 Row Three: TOMPKINS, DAMON EUGENE, Birmingham, Engi- neering, Lambda Chi Alpha, Inter-fraternity Council, AIChE . . . TRAWICK, DONALD TOWNS, Mobile, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Theta Chi . . . TRIPLETT, PAULA, Panama City, Florida, Home Economics . . . TROWBRIDGE, NANCY ANN, De- catur, Arts and Sciences, SGA House of Representatives . . . TRUITT, JERRY R., Florence, Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi, Secretary, AIIE . . . TULLOSS, JAMES GARRETT, Birmingham, Engineering . . . TURNER, HARRIS LYNN, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . TURNER, JOSE- PHINE, Somerville, Home Economics . . . TURNER, WILLIAM BOY- KIN, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi, Inter-fraternity Council . . . TYLANDER, KATHLEEN, VVest Palm Beach, Florida, Education, Chi Omega . . . TYLER, JIMMY CLINTON, Eufaula, Arts and Sciences . . . UNDERWOOD, THERA PATRICIA, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Delta Pi. Row Four: VAIL, JULANNE KAYE, Reform, Education, SNEA, Spirit . . . VALENTINE, KAREN LYNN, Miami, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Senior Council, AWS Scholarship Committee, Pasteur Society . . . VALESKA, DON G., Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . VARDAMAN, HUGH MERRILL, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . VAUGHAN, JACK MCGOWEN, Cuba, Commerce and Business Administration . . . VIKERS, GUY ELMORE, JR., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . VINES, MARY WARRINGTON, Tuscaloosa, Education, Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA . . . VINING, FRANCES LOUISE, Tuscaloosa, Educa- tion, Phi Mu . . . WADE, ROE ELLEN, Mobile, Education, Phi Mu . . . WAIGAND, THOMAS JOHNSON, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta, Marketing Club, Vice-Presi- dent, Cheerleader, Jasons Winner . . . WAITE, WILLIAM CLAUDE, Grove Hill, Education, SNEA . . . VVALBURN, HENRY FRED, Green- ville, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega. How Five: WALKER, CAROLYN MARTIN, Prattville, Education, President, Physical Education Major's Club, SNEA . . . WALKER, JULIAN EDWARD, JR., York, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . WALL, LIN JON, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . WALLER, MYRTIS ANN, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . WALTON, CLANTOND, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Marketing Club . . . WATSON, JAMES RILEY, LaCrosse, VViseonsin, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . WAUGH, ROSI- LAND ELIZABETH, Tuscaloosa, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . WEAR, MARY BETH, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Treasurer and Secretary, Mortar Board, Secretary, Pi Mu Epsilon, Treasurer, Pi Kappa Lambda, Alpha Lambda Delta, Vice- President and Senior Advisor, Mu Phi Epsilon, Treasurer, Triangle, Town Girls, YWCA, Chaplain, Orchestra, AYVS Freshman Council, Secretary, AWS Public Relations Committee . . . WEAR, PATRICIA MILTON, Decatur, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . NVEBB, MEM STEWART, Demopolis, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . WVEBBER, WILLA, Atlantic Beach, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . VVEINSTEIN, ALAN E., Mobile, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi. Page 301 3 X SENIOR Row One: WELLS, SONJA ANN, Sumiton, Education . . . WHAT- LEY, CLARKIE ADAIR, Columbia, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . WHITLEY, JOHN G., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . WHITE, CHRISTOPHER GWIN, Uniontown, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . WHITE, WALTER JOEL, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi, Jasons, Omricon Delta Kappa, Cotillion Club, President and Publicity Director, American Statistical Association . . . WHITED, MILDRED ANN, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . WI-IITED, NANCY LEE, Huntsville, Nursing, UASNA, Vice-President, School of Nursing . . . WHITFIELD, ROBERT BOND, Demopolis, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta, Druids, Fall Orientation Committee, High School Relations, Cotillion Club. Row Two: WHITNEY, WILLIAM RICHARD, Penns Grove, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences . . . WHITSON, CHARLES MARION, Bessemer, Engineering, Pi Mu Epsilon, AIME . . . WHITT, KENNY M., Boaz, Commerce and Business Administration, SAM, ASTD . . . WHITT, NANCY MARIE, Athens, Arts and Sciences, Theta Sigma Phi, Theta Sigma Phi Award, John Luskin Award, AWS House of Representatives, Women's Residence Hall Council, Crimson-White Staff, President, Osband Hall . . . WILLARD, ALBERT EDWARD, JR., Nevvbern, Engineering, Acacia, IEEE . . VVILLIAMS, CURTIS BOYD, Jr., Blountsville, Education, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . WILLIAMS, DONALD GENE, Adamsville, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . EYILLISRXIS, ROGER COURTLAND, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, igma 1. Row Three: WILLIAMS, ROSCOE AARON, Clanton, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . WILLIAMS, WENDY, Marion, Home Economics . . . WILLINGHAM, JIMMY SMITH, qllls in II' g ' O. l w A 1 Fayette, Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma, Theta Tau, AIAA . . . VVILLINGHAM, OLEN ERMON, Jasper, Engineering . . . WILSON, HENRY LLOYD, Binningliam, Engineering, IEEE, Arnold Air Society . . . WILSON, KAY A., Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . XVILSON, PATRICIA ALICE, Vicksburg, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu, Scholarship Chairman, Spirit, YVVCA, Triangle . . . WILSON, SARAH JANE Selma, Education, Second Vice-President, Mary Burke East, SNEA, French Club, Spanish Club. Row Four: VVINDI-IAM, XVILLIAM RODNEY, Birmingham, Engi- neering, Kappa Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, Druids . . . WOLPERS, KATHRYN ANN, Poplar Bluff, Missouri, Education, Alpha Chi Omega AAUW, President . . . WVOOD, WILEY DENNIS, LaFayette, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . WOODHAM, MARSHA ANN, Opp, Education, Phi Mu . . . WOOTEN, LARRY EARLE, Anniston, Engi- neering, Alpha Pi Mu, AIIE . . . WORKMAN, LARRY EUGENE, Lanett, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Kappa Psi, Dean's List . , . WRIGHT, REBECCA STOREY, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Delta P1, Bama Belle, Town Girls, Swan Club . . . WYNNE, HALLIE JOSEPH- INE Mobile, Arts and Sciences. Row Fine: YAVIS, CORNELIA, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Secretary-Treasurer of New Hall, Cotillion Club, Spirit, Triangle, SGA Insurance Committee, AWS Transfer Representative, AWS Board of Directors, AWS House of Representatives, President of West Annex, AWS Culture Committe, Women s Residence Hall Council, Co-Chairman of Activities Fair, Activities Committee Chairman . . . YOUNG, JOHNNY BANKS, Fayette, Engineering, AIAA . . . YOUNGER, MYRA N., Montgomery, Education, Spirit BSU.. - ZANGWILL, HENRY STUART, Miami Beach, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Young Republicans, Inter- fraternity Council, Cotillion Club . . . ZEIGLER, JEAN, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, President, Mortar Board, Chl Delta Phi, AWS House of Representatives, Panhellenic. Page 302 an is :sts J I xv. YXRN Q' gnu., Q 5 x Q 2 1 'X AX as ,K w 1 "4 , .12 53 . iyvls UNDERGRADUATE fs 'G JR v , X ,S ,XY XX v G? s., wwf ,VL .. f A 4 f' .. f.,, .X , -0, 5 Lf wk 1 in X ' :T WVU? 2 six' 5 -1 LN , , X", uv go' ,rw x., K w: G' 11 Km ., I 1 - , ,a h , ,- I P -. Y X .5 ' x ' 71- gf: ,NW fkv. ,f f 4 S Nike Page 304 Row One: ABBOTT, MARSHA ANN, CFLJ, Hamilton, Nursing, Delta Gamma . . . ABBOTT, WILLIAM RICHARD, CFr.J, Birming- ham Arts and Science . . . ABELE, JOHN F., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . ABELE, MARYLEE, CFr.J, Birmingham Arts and Science, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . ABER- CROMBIE, JR., THEODORE JARRETTE, CFr.J, Wihnette, Illinois, Engineering . . . ACEE, TRENT HERAL, CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Science, Alpha Tau Omega . . . ACKER, VVILLIAM GARY, CSoph.J, York, Arts and Science . . . ACTON, BETSY HASTY, CJr.J, Birming- ham, Education, Kappa Delta . . . ACUFF, JR., FRED M., CSoph.J Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . ADAMS, AUBREY EARL, QSoph.J, Selma, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Two: ADAMS, CHARLES RICHARD, CFLJ, Gadsden, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . ADAMS, CYNTHIA LOUISE, CFr.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . ADAMS, DON, QJr.J, Indian Harbour Beach, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . ADAMS, JAMES ROBERT, fSoph.J, Northport, Arts and Science, Pi Kappa Phi . . . ADAMS, JANE CARLA, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . ADAMS, JENNIE CATHERINE QSoph.J, Northport, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . ADAMS, JOY DELL, CSoph.J, Maplesville, Education . . . ADAMS, LUCIA REED, CSoph.J, Orlando, Florida, Arts and Science, Phi Mu . . . ADAMS MARY COOPER, CFr.D, Troy, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . ADAMS, JR., ROY H., fFr.J, Northport, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi. Row Three: ADAMS, SAMUEL L., fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . ADAMS, WALTER L., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Phi . . . ADAMSON, WALT, CFLJ, New Orleans, Louisiana, Engineering . . . ADDISON, EVELYN SUE, fFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . ADKINS, BILLIE J., CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . ADKINS, DAVID M., CSoph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . AHLSTROM, JOHN, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Science . . . ALAMEDDINE, KHALED SAMIH, fFr.J, University, Engineering . . . ALDRIDCE, FRAN, CFr.J, Mobile, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . ALEXANDER, BARBARA FAYE, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Delta Delta Delta. Row Four: ALEXANDER, BRENDA J., fJr.J, Reform, Arts and Science . . . ALEXANDER, CLAUDIA, CJr.J, Carrollton, Education, Phi Mu . . . ALEXANDER, ELAINE ELLISTON CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Science, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . ALEXANDER, GLIDA MYRA, CSoph.J, Hueytown, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Xi Delta . . . ALEXANDER, JR., JAMES H., CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Science . . . ALEXANDER, JOHNNY BRUCE, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . ALF ORD, BENNETT A., CSoph.J, Albertville, Arts and Science, Kappa Alpha . . . ALFORD, BYRON THOMAS, tFr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Science . . . ALLEN, BILLY HAYS, QFLJ, Petai, Mississippi, Education . . . ALLEN, EDWARD RANDALL, CFr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Science. Row Five: ALLEN, ENOCH CHRIS, CJLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . ALLEN, GERRY LOUISE, fSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Science . . . ALLEN, GILBERT MARTIN, CFLQ, Tuscaloosa, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . ALLEN, PATSY ANN, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Science . . . ALLEN, ROSLYN JOYCE, CFLJ, Ozark, Nursing . . . ALLEN, SUE FRANCES, fSoph.J, Carbon Hill, Education . . . ALLISON, PAMELA ANN, QJLJ, Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . ALLISON, ROBERT EVAN, tSoph.J, Thomasville, Arts, and Science, Alpha Tau Omega . . . ALSBROOKS, JOHN HENRY, CSoph.J, Birmin fham, Arts and Science, Theta Chi . ALVERSON, KEITH RAY, TSoph.J, Red Bay, Engineering, Chi Pii. HE O. K. CORRAL never saw a gunfight that quite matches the onc held on the second floor of Woods Hall. M " It Was high noon Qthe traditional time for gun- fightsj on February 22, 1878. TWO students, Kibble Harri- son and William W. Alston, Walked out at opposite ends of the long veranda. After the unusual minute of staring at each other with twitching eyes, Harrison reached for his gun and fired. Alston returned the shot. A fierce gun battle de- veloped and Hnally, after both had emptied their guns, Alston fell over the banaster dead. He had been shot six times. Harrison had three bullet Wounds but he managed to stay on his feet. 'Send out another man, We've killed one and Row Six: AMBERSON, SHERYL KAY, CFLD, Birmingham, Educa- tion . . . AMENDA, JAANN LEE, QSoph.J, Ozark, Education . . AMOS, DENNIS RAY, QFLJ, Anniston, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . ANDERS, CHARLES PHILLIP, CFLJ, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi gamma Delta . . . ANDERS, JOE DAVID, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . ANDERS, RICHARD RODGER, CSoph.J, Northport, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . ANDERSON, ADNA CREAR, CJr.J, Jackson, Arts and Sciences . . . ANDERSON, ALLEN C, CJr.J- Union Springs, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . ANDERSON, DONNA LEE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . ANDERSON, JAMES BURTON, QSoph.J, Fair- field, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Seven: ANDERSON, JAMES FOSTER, QFLJ Atmore, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . ANDER- SON, JOHN WESLEY, QFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . : ANDERSON, PATRICIA G., CSophJ, Decatur, Arts and Sciences ANDERSON, JR., RUSSELL E., fFr.J, Huntsville, Engineering . . . ANDERTON, NORMA GAYLE, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . ANDRESS, DOROTHY WENDALL, CFr.J, Peterman, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . ANDREWS, DONALD RICHARD, QJLJ, Dora, Engineering . . . ANDREWS, RAY G., fJr.J, Biloxi, Mississippi, Engineering . . . ANDREWS, VIRGINIA C., QELJ, Birmingham, Education, Phi Mu . . . ANGEL, RODNEY ALAN, CFr.J, Village, Arkansas, Education. Row Eight: ANGER, PENNIFRED GAIL, CJr.J, Atlanta, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . ANSLEY, GINNYE, CFLJ, Mont- gomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . ANTHONY, CARTER EUGENE, CJr.J, Greenville, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . ANTHONY, JUDITH ANNE, CJr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . APEL, RONALD HENRY, QJr.J, Cullman, Engineering . . . APEL, SHARON KAYE, QFr.J, Culhnan, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Delta Delta . . . AREY, JANET BROOKS, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . ARGIRO, JEANETTE MARIE, CFLJ, Mobile, Education, Phi Mu . . . ARGO, MARSHA LOUISE CFLJ, Birmingham, Home Economics, Delta Zeta . . . ARKUS, ALLEN SOL, CFr.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi. Row Nine: ARMBRESTER, DAVID ARNOLD, fFr.J, Bessemer, Engineering, Kappa Alpha . . . ARMINGEON, MARGARET CARL- ENE, CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ARMOR, HERBERT CHARLES, CJr.j, Brookwood, Engineering . . . ARMSTRONG, DOROTHY ANN, CFr.j, Montgomery, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . ARMSTRONG, III, JAMES D., fFr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi . . . ARMSTRONG, JOHN WAYNE, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ARMSTRONG, LINDA ANN, fSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . ARMSTRONG, THOMAS VVHIT, CFr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM PRICE, CJr.J, Barksdale AFB, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . ARNOLD, BEATRICE BLYTHE, CSoph.J, Nashville, Tennes- see, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta. Row Ten: ARNOLD, GEORGE GODBEY, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Xi . . . ARNOLD, GWENDOLYN ADA, CSoph.l, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . ARNOLD, M. ALLAN, CFr.j, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . ARNOLD, ROBERT LAWRENCE, fJr.J, Linden, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ASHBY, WILSON THOMAS, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ASI-ICRAFT, LYDIA ANN, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa Education . . . ASHENFELTER, MALENNA LOU, CFr.J, Jasper, Arts and Sciences . . . ASHLEY, CONSTANCE LEE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Chi Omega . . . ASHURST, JR., HUGH MORGAN, CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . ASTON, HENRY WARD, CFLD, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences. .Y Weill kill anotherla' shouted his friends. But alas the battle was over, there Weren't any Alston supporters to be found. Kibble J. Harrison was brought to trial on a charge of murder, but Was found in- nocent of the crime. After all, he told the jury, he was only being chivalrous, defending the spoken honor of his cousin, a Southern lady. VV omen always seem to be at the base of trouble. Page 305 'T' 'ea-v is gzw : , .Aw -. V W X . , V. . -. N X- . -Z Row One: ATHEY, JAMIE LEE, CFr.J, Mobile, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . ATKEISON, CAROLYN ANN, QSoph.J, Demopolis, Education Alpha Gamma Delta . . . ATKINS, JANE IVIE, CSoph.J, Carbon Hill, Education . . . ATKINSON, RITA E., CFr.J, Bessemer, Education Phi Mu . . . ATKISON, MICHAEL HOWELL, Ur.J, Pied- mont, Engineering . . . ATTAWAY, RICHARD STEVEN, Ur.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . AUSTIN, DEBORAH ANN, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . AUSTIN, HARRY O., fFr. J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . AUTRY, JUDY GAIL, QFLJ, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . AVERY, JR., RICHARD M., CFr.J, Greensboro, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . AXEL, BERNARD, Ur.J, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . AXELROTH, ALAN CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . AYERS, RANDALL DWIGHT, CFr.J, Altoona, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . BABIN, LEA ELIZABETH Ur.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . BACCUS, PATTIE A., CSoph.J, Winfield, Education . . . BADI-IAM, EDWARD AUSTIN QFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . BAGBY CHARLES POWELL, Ur.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . BAGVY, LAMAR CAMPBELL, CFLJ, Livingston, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . BAGGETT, BYRON JACKSON, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . BAGGETT, JOHN B., CFr.J, Northport Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Lambda Chi Alpha. Row Two: BAILEY, EDWIN A., CSoph.J, Temple, Texas, Engi- neering . . . BAILEY, ELLA KATHERINE, CFLJ, Birmingham, Home Economics, Delta Gamma . . . BAILEY, JAMES L., ULD, Talladega, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BAINS, JOHN MAXWELL, CFLJ, Guntersville, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau UNDERGR DUATE Omega . . . BAIR, LEE MORGAN, Ur.j, Bradenton, Florida, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . BAISDEN, DONALD CURTIS, CFr.J, Florence, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . BAKER, BRENDA LEE, ULD, Albertville, Education Phi Mu . . . BAKER, DORIS JUNE, fFr.J, Haleyville, Arts and Sciences . . . BAKER, JANE M., fSoph.J, Crossville, Education . . . BAKER, JOYCE, CSoph.J, Center Point, Arts and Sciences . . . BAKER, SARA ELLEN, CFr.J, Natchez, Mis- sissippi, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau . . . BAKER, SCHUYLER ALLEN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . BAKES, JOSEPH F. Ur.J, Birmingham, Educa- tion . . . BALCI-I, PATRICIA CRAYVFORD, QFLJ, Mobile, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . BALCH, SAMUEL EASON, Ur.J, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences . . . BALDONE, FRANCESCA XAVIER, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . BALDVVIN, ALICE PAYE, CFr.J, Montgomery, Nursing, Delta Gamma . . . BALDVVIN, MICHAEL S., Ur.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . BALL, MARILYN THOMAS, CFLD, Bessemer, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . BALLANTINE, LAURENCE E., CSoph.J, Dothan, Arts and Sci- ences, Theta Chi. Row Three: BALLERSTEDT, EIKE H., Ur.J, Frankfurt, Germany, Arts and Sciences . . . BANKS, DOUGLAS OINEAL, CSoph.J, Tus- caloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . BANKS, RANDY LANE, CFr.J, Pell City, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . BANKS, ROBERT M., ULD, Mobile, Arts and Sciences , . . BANKS, WILLIAM FREDERICK, Ur.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . BANKSTON, JAMES HAROLD, QSoph.J, Scottsboro, Arts and Science, Kappa Alpha . . . BANKSTON, MARCIA ELAINE, Ur.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Phi Mu . .. BANKSTON, MARILYN SUE, CFLJ, Birmingham, Education . . . BAREFIELD, JR., JOHN, F., CSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Science, Theta Chi . . . , 1 X X X fsjixa RMI We i BQE i as fx? N. 4 Ns Qs i 'Q Q ' 3 5 I 3 X D as if "Q , 1 J! l QP 4 f ,mv it Df Q? RV' XXQ X ' Q 'Z , ,eil , , ., . x X X 5 X121 s AB ,z D It , BARELARE, JOSEPH B., Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . BARNES, CAROLYN LOLITA, CFLD, Russellville, Home Economics . . . BARNES, ELIZABETH ANN, CSoph.D, Fort Payne, Home Eco- nomics . . . BARNES, LEON L., Ur.D, Guin, Education . . . BAR- NETT, ALICE PRISCILLA, Ur.D, Florence, Education, Phi Mu . . . BARNETTE, EDWINN LYNNE, QFIZDQ Birmingham, Education . . . BARNIDGE, LESLIE KAY, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Science, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BARR, ROBERT VVILLIAM, CFLD, Brundidge, Arts and Science, Kappa Sigma . . . BARRETT, LEWIS GERALD, CSoph.D, Elrod, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BAR- RON, BRENDA JOYCE, QFr.D, Bessemer, Arts and Science, Alpha Chi Omega . . . BARRON, CHARLES H., fSoph.D, Chickasaw, Engineering. Row Four: BARTON, CHARLES RAYBURN, CFr.D, Dora, Arts and Science . . . BARTON, WILSON PERRY, Ur.D, Germantown, Ten- nessee, Arts and Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . BASS, ROBERT LYNN, CSoph.D, Prichard, Arts and Science . . . BASS, SUE BRUN- SON, CFr.D, Andalusia, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . BASSETT, BAR- BARA, CFr.D, Phenix City, Home Economics . . . BASSETT, NORMAN HOWARD, QSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Science . . . BASTON, ELLEN ANN, Ur.D, Mobile, Education, Delta Delta Delta , . . BATCHELOR, ROBERT MICHAEL, Ur.D, Birminghan, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega . . . BATES, CAROLINE CARGILE, QFr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Omega . . . BATES, JAMES PAUL, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Science, Theta Chi . , . BATES, MILTON HUGHES, Ur.D, Trussville, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Kappa Sigma . . . BATES, THOMAS OVERALL, CFr.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Science, Chi Phi . . . BATSON, SUZANNE, CFr.D, Florence, Education, Chi Omega . . . BATTLE, EMILY JANE, UrgD, Huntsville, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BATTLE, WILLIAM DUDLEY, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sci- ence, Phi Delta Theta . . . BARGHMAN, GEORGIA MARIE, CFLD, Warren, Ohio, Education, Delta Gamma . . . BAXTER, SHIRLEY ANN, CFr.D, Education . . . BAXTER, WILLIAM FRANCIS, CSoph.D, Dothan, Arts and Science . . . BAYNES, ROBERT TRAVIS, fFr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . BEAL, JUDITH ANN, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Science. Row Five: BEALE, BIBB COLEMAN, CFr.D, Montgomery, Educa- tion, Alpha Tau Omega . . . BEALLE, EDWARD ALLEN, QFr.D, Mon- roe, Arts and Science . . . BEARD, ERNEST WAYNE, CFr.D, Decatur, Engineering . . . BEARDEN, ROMOLA J., Ur.D, Bessemer, Arts and Science, Phi Mu . . . BEARDEN, SANDY, fSoph.D, Gadsden, Nursing . . . BEASLEY, ELIZABETH LOUISE, Ur.D, Monroeville, Education . . . BEASLEY, LINDA ELLEN, Ur.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sci- ence . . . BEASLEY, MARY HEARN, Ur.D, Albertville, Arts and Sci- ence, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BEASLY, SARAH E., 1Fr.D, Albertville, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BEASON, CAROLYN JANE, fFr.D, Danville, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BEASON, ROBERT OWEN, Ur.D, Gadsden, Arts and Science, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . BEAUCI-IAMP, EDGAR CLARKSON, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Science . . . BEAUCHAMP, JOHN LOUIS, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . BEAUVAIS, HENRY TUT, QSoph.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . BECK, PAMELA KEENE, CFr.D, ShefHeld, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . BECK, III, ROLLA EARL, fFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . BECKMAN, RICHARD CARL, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . BEDFORD, MARILYN BEDFORD, Ur. D, Mobile, Arts and Science, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BEDSOLE, JAMES GOODMAN, CSoph.D, Jackson, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . BEECH, MARY ADAIR, CFIZD, Houston, Texas, Education, Kappa De ta. Page 307 U DERGRADUATES Row One: BEELER, DOROTHY MOREY, tJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Kappa Delta . . . BEHRMAN, MICHAEL H., CSoph.J, Dothan, Education, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . BELCHER, BETTY PACE, CSoph.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Delta Pi . . . BELCHER, SANDRA GAIL, CFr.J, Centreville, Home Econom- ics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . BELCHER, SHELBY ELLIOTT, fSoph.D, Brent, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . BELL, JR., BILLY MACK, tSoph.J, Pell City, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . BELL, GARY RAY, QFLJ, Huntsville, Arts and Science . . . BELL, M. JEAN, CFLJ, Birming- ham, Nursing . . . BELLAMY, NANCY LYNNE, CSoph.J, Gadsden, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BELLENGER, CHERIE ANITA, fJr.J, Gadsden, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . BELLEW, JANIS DON, CJr.D, Oneonta, Education, Phi Mu . . . BELZ, LINDA ILENE, CFr.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . BENDER, DONALD ELLIOTT, CFLJ, Sehna, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . BENJAMIN, BETTE LEE, CSoph.J, Mont- gomery, Nursing . . . BENNETT CHARLES DOYVDLE, CFr.J, Columbus, Mississippi, Engineering . . . BENNETT, JR., CLARENCE HOWELL, fFr.Q, Dothan, Education . . . BENNETT, ELINOR SUE, CFLJ, Bessemer, Arts and Science . . . BENNETT, KAREN R., CSoph.J, Andalusia, Chemistry . . . BENNETT, KILBY MICHAEL, QFLJ, Hef- lin, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BENNETT, SHIRLEY K., fJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega. Row Two: BENNIGHT, JAMES DENNIS, CFr.J, Huntsville Arts and Science . . . BENSON, JOEL DOUGLAS, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Delta Tau Delta . . . BENSON, JOHNNY FLOYD, fFr.j, Birmingham, Engineering . . . BENSON, SI-IERRY EILEEN, QFLQ, Birmingham, Education . . . BENTLEY, GARY MICHAEL, CSoph.J, Hartselle, Engineering, Sigma Chi . . . BENTLEY, JAMES R., CFr.D, Sylacauga, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BENTON, ELIZABETH JANE, KFLJ, Opp, Education . . . BENTON, MAR- GARET BURKE, QJr.J, Mobile, Arts and Science, Kappa Kappa Gam- ma . . . BERGER, STEVEN RICHARD, SJLJ, Miami Beach, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Apha Epsilon Pi . . . BERG- MAN, RACHEL ANN, CSoph.J, Aberdeen, Mississippi, Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . BERNDT, MICHAEL C., QFLJ, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . BERRY, ARNOLD MONROE, fSoph.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . BERRY, JERALD WAYNE, CJr.j, Greenwood, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences . . . BERRY, KITTIE KATHLEEN, CFr.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BERRY, LLOYD, fSoph.D, Birmin ham, Nursing, Pi Beta Phi . . . BERRY, LUCINDA PICKETT CSoph.J, Montgomery, Education, Kappa Delta . . . BERRY, PHILIP DALE, C1-7'r.J, Ayer, Mississippi, Commerce and Business Administra- don, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . BESSALELI, DAVID, CJr.J, Bne-Braq, Israel, Engineering . . . BETHEA, SUSAN AMBLER, CFLJ, Birming- ham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BICKLEY, WILLIAM GARY, CJr.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Row Three: BICKNELL, BARRY LEE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Educa- tion . . . BIGGER, SHARON MARIE, tFr.D, McLean, Virginia, Arts and Sciences . . . BILLINGSLEY, JOAN ANN, fJr. , Birmingham, Educa- tion . . . BINGI-IAM, BARBARA HELEN, CFL , Birmingham, Educa- tion . . . BIRCHFIELD, NANCY NEAL, CJLD, Montgomery, Education, Phi Mu . . . BIRD, GENE LEWIS, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi . . . BISHOP, JR., GUY ROBERT, CFr.D, Arab, Arts and Science . . . BISHOP, JOAN MARIE, Birmingham, Chemistry, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BISHOP, JUDITH ANNE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BISHOP, MARVIN, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BIXLER, VVALTER GAILLARD, CSoph.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . BLACH, ROSALIE, I f""K,,, A rf N 9 it if ,wi .,,. . ,, I XS . X E nw is Fixx Fifi ftwaggg ,IN i i Page 308 CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Delta Tau . . . BLACK, DANIEL HUGH, CFLJ, Arab, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BLACK, SYLVIA JEAN, CFr.J, Fayette, Education . . . BLACKBURN, WILLIAM DAVID, crap, Atmore, Education, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . BLACKLEDGE, WALTER RUSSELL, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Engineering, Delta Tau Delta . . . BLACKMARR, J1ESSIE VIRGINIA, fS0ph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sci- ences, Delta De ta Delta . . . BLACKMON, BRETTON MCLEOD, CFr.J, Eufaula, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . BLACKMON, JACK E., CFLJ, Ozark, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . BLACKMON, SANDY LEE, CFLJ, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: BLACKMON, VINSON P., QFLJ, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Acacia . . . BLACKSTON, PEGGY J., fFr.J, Oakman, Arts and Sciences . . . BLACKWELL, CARTLEDCE WEEKEN, CFLJ, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . BLAKE, FRANCINE DONNA, CSoph.J, Miami Beach, Florida, Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . BLAKE, KELLY SUSAN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BLAKE, RONALD EDWARD, CFLJ, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Acacia . . . BLAKNEY, PHYLLIS ANN- CSoph.J, Reform, Arts and Sciences . . . BLALOCK, BRENDA BETH? Fr.J, Hanceville, Home Economics . . . BLALOCK, JAMES HARRY, gFr.J, Abbeville, Engineering, Chi Phi . . . BLALOCK, RENEE, CSoph.J, Selma, Arts and Science, Chi Omega . . . BLANCHETTE, VERNON GENE, CSoph.J, Pass Christian, Mississippi, Arts and Sci- ences . . . BLANTON, DONALD WALTER, CFr.J, Selma, Arts and Science, Phi Delta Theta . . . BLAXTON, ELDON CLARK, fJr.J, Moulton, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BLINN, PEPI I., CJr.J, Stanford, Conneticut, Arts and Science, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . BLOCH, LINDA MARLENE, CJr.J, Elberta, Arts and Sciences . . . BLOCK, SAM, JR., CJr.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . BLOMSTRAN, CARL A., QJr.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Chi Phi . . . BLONDHEIM, ELIZA- BETH BLANTON, fJr.J, Eufaula, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BLOOM, SIGMUND ERNEST, CJr.J, Eufaula, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . BLOOMBERG, STEVE HOWELL, QFr.J- Clayton, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi. 3 Row Five: BLOUNT, BETSY, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . BLOUNT, MARY JO, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . BLUMENFELD, ALAN MICHAEL, fJr.J, Miami, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . BLUMENFELD, JACK ALLEN, CFLJ, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BYTHE, GREGG PREUIT, CJr.J, Leighton, Education, Phi Delta Theta . . . BOACKLE, ROBERT JOSEPH, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kap- pa Psi . . . BOBB, JOYCE DIANE, fSoph.J, Seymour, Indiana, Educa- tion . . . BODINE, JR., GRADY, QFLJ, Guntersville, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . BOEDER, BERNARD CARL, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BOEHM, GEORGE L., CSoph.J, Summerdale, Arts and Sciences . . . BOGGUS, JR., JAMES T., CFr,J, Guntersville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BOHNE, BARBARA ELLEN, CFLJ, New Orleans, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BOIKE, BARBARA ELLEN, fFr.J, Cullman, Home Economics . . . BOLES, RONALD WILLIAM, CJr.J, Huntsville, Engineering, Kappa Alpha . . . BOLIN, JAMES MARION, CFr.J, Kissimmee, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . BOLIN, MARY SUSAN, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . BOLTON, GERALD MORRIS, CJr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . BOMAN, LORETTA SUE, fSoph.J, Hueytown, Education . . . BOND, SCHERRY DEA, CFLD, Brewton, Home Economics . . . BONE, GEORGE RICHARD, CFLJ, Memphis, Commerce and Business Administration. Page 309 IRCUSES have always enchanted the young, and students at the University during the 1830s were no exception. VV hen a small travelling circus came to Tuscaloosa, the tiny student body was elated. But the University authorities forbade the students to at- tend this sinful spectacle, for if they did they would promptly be suspended. Undaunted, a handful of students sneaked away from the campus to take in the show. The University found out about these fellows, and promptly drummed them out of the corps. This wasn't the end of the .T Row One: BONNECARREIE, CHERYL LEIGH, tSoph.J, Brrmrng- ham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BONNER, JAMES LYONS, tJr.J, Camden, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chr . . . BONNER, JUDITH LENORA, CFr.J, Camden, Arts and Sciences, .Delta Gamma . . . BONNER, SHARRON LUVAINE, fSoph.D, Birm1ngham,, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . BONNETT, PHILLIP O NEAL, fFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . BONORATO, JACK HAMILTON, CSoph.J, Anniston, Arts and Science, Phi Kappa. Psi . . . BONZAGNI, CHARLES SHEPHEN, trim, Mobile, Engineering . . . BOOHAKER, GEORGE CHARLES, CFLJ, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BOONE, GORDON D., tFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Com? merce and Business Administration, Chi Phi . . . BOOREAM, PENNEI ELIZABETH, CFr.D, Florence, Education, Delta Delta Delta. Row Two: BOOTH, CAROLE A., CJr.J, Cherokee, Education . . . BOOTH, KAREN EDMUNDS, CJr.J, Torrance, California, Home Eco- nomics . . . BOOZER, KAREN PATRICIA, fSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . BOOZER, WILLIAM T., CSoph.J, Anniston, Engr- neering, Phi Kappa Psi . . . BORDEN, PATRICIA JOANN, CFr.J, Mobile, Nursing . . . BOREN, GARY A., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . BORLAND, JAMES ALAN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . BOSTICK, MARY HARRIET, QFr.J, Red Bay, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . BOSTWICK, JOAN ELIZABETH, CJLJ, Montgomery, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . BOSVVELL, CARY FORD, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Science, Phi Delta Theta. Row Three: BOSWELL, DON RAY, CSoph.J, Elba, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . BOSXVELL, GUS H., tJr.J, Millbrook, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BOS- WELL, JON KEITH, fSoph.J, Elba, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . BOSWELL, JUDY FRANCES, CFLJ, Selma, Education, Phi Mu . . . BOTTS, LINDA CAROLYN, tSoph.J, Dekalb, Mississippi, Home Economics . . . BOUDREAUX, BRENDA KAY, CFr.J, Foley, Arts and Sciences . . . BOUNDS, HASSELL CHESTER, fJr.J, Jackson, Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi . . . BOWE, JOHN WILLIAM, CFLJ, Westfield, New Jersey, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . BOWEN, ANNIE SUE, CFr.J, Stevenson, Education . . . BOWEN, DAVID SLATER, CFLJ, Louisville, Ken- tucky, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: BOWENS, BEVERLY ANN, CFLJ, Hayden, Nursing . . . BOWLES, JERRELL, CJr.J, Bankston, Engineering . . . BOWMAN, MARGARET NELL, fSoph.J, Montgomery, Nursing . . . BOYCE, CHERYL KAY, CFLJ, Dophne, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BOYD, CLARENCE PIERCE, fSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega . . . BOYD, JAMES RONALD, CSoph.J, Greenville, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . BOYD, SYDNEY GLENN, CFr.J, Reform, Commerce and Business Admin- istration . . . BOYER, JUDITH GAYLE, CFr.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . BOYKIN, KATHRYN, CFLJ, Oalcman, Arts and Sciences . . . BOYLES, JAMES GERALD, CFr.J, Fayette, Engineering. Row Five: BRABNER, III, G. REYNOLDS, fF1'.J, Mobile, Engineer- ing . . . BRACEY, JUDY, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BRADDY, CHARLES S., CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . BRADFORD, BARBARA M., CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . BRADFORD, PAULA C., CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . BRADLEY, JR., EDWARD J., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . BRADLEY, ESTA M., fJr.J, New Orleans, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BRADY, WILLIAM FRANCIS, fSoph.J, Lanett, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BRAKE, KAREN DIANNE, CFr.J, Bir- mingham, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BRANCIFORTE, JOHN THEODORE, CFr.J, Palmer, Massachusetts, Arts and Sciences. affair, however. The buddies of the suspended boys came forward confessing that they too had gone to the circus, even though they hadn't. They hoped that their actions would cause the President to rescind the orders for suspension of the culprits. They were wrong. The University suspended them too. More and more students aconfessedi' that they had attended the circus, and before it was all over with about three-fourths of the students had been suspended. It was such a mess that the state legislature had to step in and reinstate the students to classes. Row Six: BRANTLEY, ANITA LOUISE, fS0ph.J, Whistler, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . BRANTLEY, JACQUELINE, CFr.J, Troy, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . BRANTLEY, LYNN, CSoph.D, Troy, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . BRANTLEY, ROBERT BRUCE, CSoph.J, Mount Olive, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BRANTLEY, JR., THOMAS K., CJLJ, Brundidge, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . BRANTNER, JOHN ALEXANDER, CJr.J, Annandale, Virginia, Arts and Sciences . . . BRASFIELD, DANA MARIE, fSoph.J, Sumiton, Arts and Sciences . . . BRASFIELD, MARGARET NELL, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . BRASWELL, ADELAIDE VVEBB, CJr.J, Demopolis, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . BRASWELL, CATHERINE ELIZABETH, fSoph.J, Demopolis, Home Economics, Kappa Delta. Row Seven: BRASWELL, JASON MARTIN, CSoph.J, Dothan, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . BRASWELL, JOSEPH ED- WARD, CJr.J, Tuskegee, Arts and Sciences . . . BRASWELL, KATH- ARINE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Delta Pi . . . BRATCHER, LINDA JEAN, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . BRAY, CAROLYN JEAN, CFr.J, Pensacola, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . BRAZELTON, MARY JO, fSoph.J, Madison, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . BRAZIL, RICHARD ALAN, CSoph.J, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Kap a Sigma . . . BRELAND, JANICE ANNITA, QSoph.J, Section, Arts and, Sciences . . . BRELAND, RICKEY JOHNS, QFLJ, Section, Engineering . . . BRESLER, BARBARA ANN, tSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon. Row Eight: BRESLIN, BARBARA CATHERINE, QFLJ, Fort Dix, New Jersey, Education . . . BREWSTER, BARBARA RUTH, QFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . BREWER, BILLY ROY, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BRICE, BEVERLY BROCK, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education, Delta Gamma . . . BRICE, JAMES WALTER, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . BRICE, JANET B., CJr.J, Oneonta, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . BRICE, LINDA DIANE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Delta Gamma . . . BRIDGES, CECIL XVAYNE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . BRIDGES, JR. ,JAMES E., CSoph.J, Catherine, Chemistry . . . BRISCOE, WILLIAM EWVELL, lFr.J, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Nine: BRISKMAN, ARTHUR BENNETT, QFLJ, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . BRITTAIN, WILLIAM H., CFr.J, Roanoke, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . BROADUS, SHARON ARNETTE, fS0ph.J, North- port, Education . . . BROADVVAY, CLYDE DAVIS, CJr.J, Montgomery, Education . . . BROADWAY, CLYDE DAVIS, CJr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . BROCK, GORDON STANLEY, CJr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi . . . BROCK, OLIVER FRANKLIN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . BRODA, SUSAN ALICE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . BROOK, CLARENCE LOE, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BROOKS, BARBARA JANE, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . BROOKS, BARBARA KAY, CJr.J, Hollywood, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Ten: BROOKS, JR., JESSE R., CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . BROOKS, LINDA CAROL, CJr.J, Fair- field, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BROOKS, SARAH KATHERINE, fFr.J, Camilla, Georgia, Education, Kappa Delta . . 1 BROOME, JOHN STEPHEN, CFr.J, Roanoke, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . BROSTOFF, ALEXIS CAROL, CFLJ, Miami, Florida, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . BROWDY, FRANCES RITA, fFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . BROWN, ARTHUR PORTER, fSoph.J, Sheffield, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . BROWN, BETTY JANE, KFLJ, Coker, Education . . . BROWN, CHARLES CRISMAN, tFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Administration, Phi cinnfnn Delta . . . BROWN, DANNY J., qsnplrii Decatur, Engineering. 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F 1 cz ' , ..-, ' vw X Z-X xx Nyf' X 5,52 ,W xx X X 5, xv J if xx 5 Page 312 ns., Row One: BROWN, DONALD ELLSWORTH, fFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . BROWN, EDITH JOY, CFr.D, New Orleans, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . BROWN, FRANCES PATRICIA, fFr.D, Maplesville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BROWN, GEORGIA RAY, CFr.D, New Orleans, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . BROWVN, GLYNDIA NELL, QFr.D, Hamilton, Education . . . BROWN, GORDON, QFr.D, Frisco City, Engineering . . . BROWN, JENNIFER McCALL, QSoph.D, Birmingham, Art sand Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . BROWN, JOSEPH EDWIN, Ur.D, Syracuse, New York, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BROWN, JUDY PRISCILLA, CFr.D, Northport, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . BROVVN, LISHA, QSoph.D, Greenville, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Two: BROWN, MARGARET SUSAN, CFr.D, Florence, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BROWN, MARGENE, Ur.D, Hixson, Tennessee, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BROWN, THOMAS BLANCHARD, fFr.D, Sylacauga, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . BROWN, QUENTIN QUARLES, tFr.D, Briming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . BROWN, RACHEL, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . BROWN, RICHARD TARRANCE, QSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . BROWN, STELLA ANN, CFr.D, Sulligent, Arts and Sciences . . . BROWN, WILLIAM ATXVOOD, CFr.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . BROWNE, RICHARD FRANCIS, Ur.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . BROWNE, ROBIN LEE, CFr.D, Gadsden, Engineering. Row Three: BRUCE, JR., FRANK WILBUR, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BRUCE, MICHAEL LYNN, CFr.D, Bluff, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BRUCE, PATRICIA CATHERINE, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . BRUNER, CHERRY G., CFr.D, Birmingham, Education . . . BRUN- GART, CHARLES DEBARDELEBEN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . BRUNGART, NEW- TON RISHEL, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . BRYAN, HOVVARD FLOURNOY, CFr.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BRYAN, JUDITH ALICIA, fFr.D, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Delta Pi . . . BRYAN, LYNN E., CFr.D, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . BRYANT, JR., ANDREW HARLAND, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Four: BRYARS, WILLIAM CARTER, CSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . BUCKLEY, NANCY LEE, fS0ph.D, Sulligent, Education . . . BUCKSHORN, BONNIE JEAN, CFr.D, Signal Mt., Tennessee, Home Economics . . . BUCOLO, RICHARD ANTHONY, QFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Theta Xi . . . BUERGET, DEBORAH ANNE, fFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . BUFFALOW, FRANCES, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Education . . . BULLARD, DANA BRUCE, CFr.D, Gadsden, Arts and Science, Kappa Alpha . . . BUL- LEN, BILL, CSoph.D, Rey Bay, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Chi Phi . . . BULLOCK, EDWIN HILTON, CSoph.D, Andulusia, Arts and Science, Chi Phi . . . BULLOCK, JUDY ANN, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega. Row Five: BUNN, BETTY FRANCES, fFr.D, Wedowee, Home Economics . . . BURCH, BEVERLY ANN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Corn- merce and Business Administration . . . BURCHFIELD, EMMA LEE, fSoph.D, Tarrant, Education . . . BURDETTE, LINDA NELL, Ur.D, Clanton, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . BURDICK, JANICE LYNN, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . BURGESS, LYDIA JANE, CFr.D, Fairfax, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . BURGESS, WILLIAM POWELL, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . BURGIN, SHIRLEY MAIE, CFr.D, Tusca- ROFESSOR FREDERICK A. P. BARNARD was gg one of Alabamais most controversial faculty mem- bers during the 1840's and 5O,s. Inclined to drink ' a little heavily at times, his poor relations with the administration kept Phi Beta Kappa oif the Alabama campus for several years. A member of the honorary society at Yale, Barnard was intent upon creating the iirst chapter in the South. He was denied backing by the University. Finally, several years after Barnard's suggestion, the Board of Trus- tees decided Phi Beta Kappa would be a boost to the cam- pus. They inquired into the possibility of founding a chapter, and much to their surprise were told it already existedl Barnard had been given the charter in 1849 and had organ- Poge 313 loosa, Nursing . . . BURKE, ROGER ALAN, tFr.D, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Commerce and Administration . . . BURKETT, JAMES T., CSoph.D, Dothan, Arts and Science, Beta Theta Pi. Row Six: BURKHALTER, REBECCA SUZANNE, CFr.D, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences . . . BURKHALTER, SYLVIA LYNNE, QFr.D, Gordo, Nursing . . . BURKHART, JOE E., CSoph.D, Valley Head, Arts and Sciences . . . BURNETT, MARGARET ELIZABETH, Ur.D, Birmingham, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . BURNETT, SUSAN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BURNETTE, SHELLEY KAY, fFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci- ences . . . BURNS, GEORGANNE, Ur.D, Ozark, Education . . . BURNS, JAMES MELVIN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . BURNS, SUSAN CANNON, QFr.D, Gadsden, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . BURNS, WALTER W., JR., CFr.D, Gadsden, Education. Row Seven: BURR, DONNA LEE, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BURROUGHS, MICHEAL RAYMOND, QFLD, Northport, Engineering . . . BURT, MARY JULIA, Ur.D, Shef- field, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . BURT, RICHARD PAUL, QFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Scineces . . . BURT, SUSAN SELMAN, fSoph.D, Pittsview, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . BURTON, CARO- LYN, CFr.D, Gadsden, Arts and Science, Delta Gamma . . . BUR- TON, JR., JAMES CARL, Ur.D, Jasper, Engineering . . . BURTON, JAMES LEO, Ur.D, Jasper, Engineering . . . BURTTRAM, JR., H. DYAR, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi . . . BURYLARD, JULIUS ERNEST, CFr.D, Clinton, Mississippi, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta. Row Eight: BUSH, JERRY ALAN, CFr.D, Tupelo, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences . . . BUSH, MAURICE VANN, CFr.D, San Angelo, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . BUSH, SHERANN LOUISE, QFr.D, Birmingham, Nursing, Delta Gamma . . . BULTER, JUDY ALLEN, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BULTER, REBECCA JANE, Ur.D, Trussville, Education . . . BUTTS, JOHN BENNY, CSoph.D, Reform, Arts and Sciences . . . BUZBEE, CHARLOTTE K., Ur.D, Bremen, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . BYARS, PHILLIP JUDSON, CSoph.D, Pell City, Arts and Sciences . . . BYRD, BETTY LOU, QSoph.D, Mobile, Education . . . BYRD, DAVID, QFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Apia. Row Nine: BYRD, MARTHA SUE, fFr.D, Florence, Nursing . . BYRNE, BECKY, CSoph.D, Foley, Education, Alpha Xi Delta . . . BYRNE, JUDY ELLEN, CFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . BYRNE, MARGARET ELLEN, CFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . CABANISS, BRENDA CAROL, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . CADDELL, HANK HARRIS, Ur.D, Decatur, Arts and Science, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . CADDELL, JR., JOHN AN- DREW, Ur.D, Decatur, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . CAGLE, ALAN FRED, CFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . CAGLE, BON- NIE LOU, CFr.D, Faulkville, Home Economics . . . CAGLE, CAROL JANE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi. Row Ten: CAIN, CAROLYN E., CSoph.D, Silver Spring, Maryland, Phi Mu . . . CAIN, SUSAN GAYLE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . CAIN, WARREN BAILES, Ur.D, Birmingham, Education . . . CALABRO, PETE JOHN, fSoph.D, Alexander City, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . CALDWELL, JUDITH ANN, fSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . CALD- WELL, MARY ELIZABETH, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Phi Mu . . . CALDWELL, VERA ELIZABETH, CSoph.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Gamma . . . CALENDER, JOHN THOMAS, Ur.D, Rockford, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . CALHOUN, CHARLES L., Ur.D, Fairhope, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . CALHOUN, GENE G., CSoph.D, Hatties- burg, Mississippi, Commerce and Business Administration. .T 7 1 ized Phi Beta Kappa secretly. Needless to say, the admin- istration was quite angry with Professor Barnard, it was over a year before the outlaw chap- ter was oflicially recognized by the University. Barnard? Well, his future wasnit exactly stumped by his little crime. He later became a most fam- ous president of Columbia University, and a school there is named after him. A ,. ,, f ,qs 2, we Mx X 8 BW- We f tial? Keira? z' it if' If Row One: CALHOUN, JANETTE DALE, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Delta Zeta . . . CALLAHAN, CLARENCE XVHITNEY, CJr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administrationg Pi Kappa Phi . . . CALLAHAN, NANCY MILES, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . CALLAHAN, JR., THOMAS, CFr.D, Amarillo, Texas, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CALLEN, YVALTON, tSoph.J, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . CALLINS, LILIAH PHEBE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . CAMPBELL, EARL LaGRANT, CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . CAMPBELL, EMILY KAREN, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . CAMPBELL, JANE COUGHLIN, QFr.l, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . CAMPBELL, JO ELLEN, CFLJ, Birmingham, Education . . . CAMPBELL, JUDITH ANN, CFLJ, Fairfield, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . CAMPBELL, JUDY MARIE, CFr.J, Warrior, Arts and Sciences . . . CAMPBELL, LARRY LEE, tFr.J, Blountsville, Engineering . . . CAMPBELL, LEON H., CJr.J, San Antonio, Texas, Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . CAMP- BELL, MARVIN DOUGLAS, tFr.l, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . CAMPBELL, PEGGY SUE, CFr.D, Montgomery, Home Economics . . . CAMPBELL, SHERRILL DIANNE, QFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . CAMPBELL, JR., WOODLEY CLARK, CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . CANNON, ANNE H., CFr.J, Mobile, Ala, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . SPEIEINON, KAY, QSoph.J, Prattville, Ala., Education, Delta Delta e a. Row. Two: CANNON, SUE MARIE, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Ala., Arts and Sciences . . . CANNON, WOODROW BOOKER, CSoph.J, Jasper, Ala., Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . CANNOVA, CARL JOSEPH, CFr.J, Birmingham, Ala., Engineering . . . CAPELOTO, DAVID ALAN, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Ala., Commerce and Business Administration . . . CAPLAN, JAN FARYL, tFr.D, Nashville, Tenn., UNDERGRADUATE Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau . . . CAPOUANO, ALBERT DAVID, fJr.J, Montgomery, Ala., Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . CARDVVELL, JERRY DELMAS, tJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Ala., Arts and Sciences . . . CARDXVELL, JOE S., CFr.J, Montgomery, Ala., Arts and Sciences . . . CARGO, FRANKLIN P., fFr.l, Gardendale, Ala., Engineering . . . CARMICHAEL, GERALD XVAYNE, CSoph.J, Alexander City, Ala., Phi Gamma Delta . . . CARNELY, JR., SAMUEL FLEETXVOOD, QFLJQ Elba, Ala., Arts and Sciences . . . CARPENTER, GORDON LEROY, CFr.J, Daleville, Ala., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . CARPENTER, ROBERT GEORGE, CFr.J, Florence, Ala., Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . CARAXVAY, THOMAS A., KFLJ, Birmingham, Ala., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . CARRINGTON, DAVID ROY, CJr.J, Mobile, Ala., Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilion . . . CARROLL, DAID EUGENE, QFLD, Ozark, Ala., Education . . . CARROLL, XVILLIAM PAUL, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Ala., Commerce and Business Administration . . . CARRUTHERS, KATHRYN SPENCER, CJr.J, Birmingham, Ala., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . , CARTER, HARRY LEE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Ala., Arts and Sciences . . . CARTER, JAMIE M., fSoph.D, Opelika, Ala., Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta. Row Three: CARTER, JERRY WYATT, CSoph.Q, West Blocton, Ala., Education . . . CARTER, KEITH CHRISTOPHER, CFLJ, Arts and Sciences . . . CARTER, JR., VVILBUR LEROY, fJr.J, Com- merce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . CART- WRIGHT, PAMELA BRADLEY, QSoph.J, Education, Decatur, Ala.S Alpha Gamma Delta . . . CARVER, JUNE LESTER, CFLJ, Tusca- loosa, Ala., Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . CASE, CAROL, tSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Mu . . . CASEY, CURTIS MARK, CJr.D, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, P1 Kappa Phi . . . CASEY, ELIZABETH, fJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . CASH, JAMES LUSK, CII-li A- f NMR . . i fa-N ,- f f ,A ' 933 . , A ,, Y i gf , A 46 7 Q - ' .' we-A 7 9 X x , ff I Selma, Ala., Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . CASH, STANLEY ALLEN, CFr.J, Hartselle, Ala., Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . CASPERS, JOHN EDWARD, CJr.D, Moulton, Ala., Arts and Sciences . . . CASPERS, SHEILA CARROLL, CSoph.D, Moulton, Ala., Home Economics . . . CASSELL, RALPH H., CSoph.J, Mobile, Ala., Com- merce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . CASSELS, BAR- BARA ANNE, CJLJ, Birmingham, Ala., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Phi . . . CASTLEBERRY, NANCY LEE, CSoph.J, Tuscumbia, Ala., Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . CASTELLITTO, M. ANN, fJr.J, Bessemer, Ala., Home Economics, Alpha Xi Delta . . . CATTS, ERWIN CAMPBELL, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Ala., Engineering, Pi Kap- pa Alpha . . . CAUSEY, LEWIS AUBRY, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Chemistry . . . CAUSEY, WILLIAM JOHN, CJr.J, Monroeville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . CHAMBERS, ANN, CSoph.J, La- fayette, Nursing. Row Four: CHAMBERS, LANE, CSoph.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sci- ences, Delta Zeta . . . CHAMBLISS, DANIEL SCOTT, CJr.J, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . CHAMPION, RICHARD WAYNE, iso 11.3, Fairhope, Engineering . . . CHAMPLIN, JR., EDWARD E., CJL3, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . CHAMPLIN, GRETA VIRGINIA, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . CHANCEY, KENNETH WENDELL, QFIZJ, Geneva, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . CHANDLER, VVILLIAM V., fSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Theta Xi . . . CHAPMAN, AN- DREW L., fFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . CHAPMAN, DONALD EDWIN, CFLJ, Helena, Engineering, CHAPMAN, GAYLE, CFr.J, Geneva, Education . . . CHAPMAN, JUDY ELLENE, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . CHAPMAN, SUSAN CAROL, CJr.J, Warring- ton, Fla., Education, Kappa Delta . . . CHAPUIS, HELEN MAIRE, CSOph.J, Montgomery, Nursing, CHARD, CHARLES ARTHUR, Um, Florence, Engineering, . . . CHEATHAM, LAURA, QFLJ, Greenville, Education, Phi Mu . . . CHEN, IGRAM, CSoph.J, Hong Kong, China, Engineering . . . CHENAULT, NIKKI DOWNINC, CFLJ, Decatur, Arts and Sciences . . . CHENAULT, PLEAF RAY, CSoph.J, Moulton, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . CHESSER, CLARENCE RANDALL, fJr.J, Lineville, Education, Beta Theta Pi . . . CHESTER, CAROLYN VIRGINIA, QELJ, Lisrnan, Edu- cation. Row Fm: CHILDERS, III, CLYDE GREENE, qsophg, Attalla, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . .CHILDERS, MORRIS ALVIN, fJr.J, Birmingham, Ala., Engineering . . . CHILDREE, NANCY ANN, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . CHILDRESS, MARY JANE, CFr.J, Montgomery, Education . . . CHILDS, ANNE FORREST, fFr.J, Slocomb' Home Economics . . . CHILDS, JR., EDWARD AINSWORTH, RFLP, Mountain Brook, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . CHILDS, SONJA RUTH, CFr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Delta Zeta . . . CHILES, III, JAMES CLARK, fJr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Aclministra- tion, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . CHISAM, MARTHA LOUISE, CJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . CHITWOOD, JANICE WILLA, CSoph.J, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences . . . CHIZ, REBECCA LYNN, CSoph.J, Shaw, Mississippi, Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . CHRIS- TIAN, DALE ALLEN, fSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . CHRISTIAN, LULA CARY, fJr.J, Northport, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . CHRISTIAN, SALLY ROWAN, CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . CHRISTIAN, STEVEN R., CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Epsilon Pi . . . CHRISTOPHER, MARY SHANNON, fFr.J, Fort Payne, Edu- cation, Pi Beta Phi , . . CHRISTY, PATRICIA ANN, CSoph.D, Tusca- loosa, Education . . . CHOW, ALAN, CJr.D, Kowldon Hong Kong, Engineering . . . CHURCH, JOHN ALEXANDER, fSoph.J, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CICERO, JOHN, QJr.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration. Page 315 UNDERGRADUATES Row One: CIVILS, GRACE CHERYL, CJr.J, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . CLARK, ALAN BENJAMIN, fSoph.J, Jacksonville, Com- merce and Business Administration, Chi Phi . . . CLARK, BARBARA ANN, CJr.j, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . CLARK, BETTY MAXINE, CSoph.D, Robertsdale, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . CLARK, BEVERLY DIANE, CFLD, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . CLARK, CHARLES HOBART, CFLJ, Huntsville, Engi- neering . . . CLARK, ED P., CFLJ, Montgomery, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . CLARK, FOSTER L., QFLJ, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CLARK, GEORGE NELSON, CFr.J, Eutaw, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Delta Tau Delta . . . CLARK, HEWITT BLYSTONE, CJr.j, Eau Claire, Wisc., Arts and Sciences . . . CLARK, MAC WILLIAMS, CEr.J, Eufaula, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . CLARK, MARTIN JOHN, fFr.J, Clarksdale, Miss., Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . CLARK, PAUL NEWTON, CI-7'r.J, Tuscumbia, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . CLARK, JR., ROBERT E., CFLD, Greensboro, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CLARK, SILAS WILLIAM, CSoph.J, Tuscumhia, Arts and Sciences . . . CLARK, STEPHEN K., CSoph.J, Winchester, Tenn., Arts and Sciences . . . CLARK, SUNDRA LEE, CJr.D, Newton, Illinois, Home Economics, Delta Zeta . . . CLARKE, CAROLYN BLANCHE, CSoph.J, Northport, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . CLARKE, CHARLES KENDALL, CJr.D, Northport, En ineering, Acacla . . . CLARKE, CLINTON EDWARD, JR., QJr.D, Moloile, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi. Row Two: CLARKE, ISABEL HARPER, CEr.J, Victorville, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . CLAYTON, STEPHEN W., fSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . CLAYTOR, LINDA PAULETTE, CFr.D, Mobile, Education . . . CLEAGE, JOHN HENRY, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CLEILAND, SAMUEL MAX, fJr.J, Jackson, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CLEM, JAMES CALVIN, CFLJ, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . CLE- MENTS, HARRY ERNEST, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Delta Chi . . . CLEMENTS, WILLIAM ED- WIN, CJr.J, Robertsdale, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CLEVERDON, JAMIE P., lSoph.D, Summerdale, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . CLEVERDON, SUE CAROL, fJr.J, Summerdale, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . CLEWELL, SANDRA KAY, CJr.Q, Summerdale, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . CLEWELL, SANDRA Highland Park, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences . . . CLIFTON, BILLY WAYNE, CJLJ, Anniston, Arts and Sciences . . . CLINE, CHARLES DAVIES, CJr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . CLINTON, JAMES L., lSoph.Q, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . CLOUD, ELIZABETH DIANE, lSoph.J, Falkville, Arts and Sciences . . . CLOWDUS, JUDITH DALE, CSoph.J, Oneonta, Educa- tion, Pi Beta Phi . . . CLOWERS, DENNIS EDSEL, fFr.J, Tusca- loosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . COALE, MARK S., fFr.Q, Brewton, Education, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . COATS, JOHNNA LILLIAN, CJr.J, Demopolis, Education, Delta Gamma . . . COATES, JO LYNN, CJLJ, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta, Row Three: COBB, FORREST ANN, QFLJ, Whistler, Arts and Sciences . . . COBB, JULIA, CJr.J, York, Education, Chi Omega . . . COBB, MARTHA MCMILLAN, CFr.J, Fayette, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . COBB, WILLIAM ALLEN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Engineering, Kappa Alpha . . . COBERN, RICHARD WARREN, CFr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Phi . . . COCHRAN, III, CHARLES, VVILLIAM, CJr.j, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . COCHRANE, ELIZA- BETH BRANTLY, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Kappa Delta . . . COCHRANE, VVILLIAM ALLEN, CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Engineer- in ci Page 316 ing, Phi Gamma Delta . . . CODY, ISABELLA BERNARD, CFr.J, Union Springs, Education, Aloha Chi Omega . . . CODY, LESLIE MILDRED, QSoph.J, Norfolk, Va., Engineering . . . COI-IEN, DIANNE H., CFLD, Memphis, Tenn., Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . COHEN, MICHEAL SAMUEL, CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . COKER, JANE ELLEN, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . COKER, ANN KATH- LEEN, CFLJ, Decatur, Arts and Sciences . . . COKER, SARAH LYNN, fFr.J, Sylacauga, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . COLE, CATHYE VIVIAN, CJr.J, Gadsden, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . COLE, MARY ANN,CJr.J,Jasper,Home Economics . . . COLE, JR., WILLIAM'DOUGLAS, CFr.J, Florence, Engineering . . . COLEMAN, ANN GRAY, CJr.J, Greensboro, Education, Kappa Delta . . . COLE- MAN, LUCILE L., CSoph.J, Uniontown, Education, Kappa Delta. Row Four: COLEMAN, NORMAN BRUCE, fS0ph.J, Binningham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . COLEMAN, ROBERT THOMAS, lSoph.J, Anna, Illinois, Arts and Sciences . . . COLES, JAMES MARTIN, fFr.J, Clayton, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . COLEY, NANCY SWIFT, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Kappa Kelta . . . COLLAR, DONALD AUERY, CFr.J, Birming- ham, Engineering . . . COLLEY, JAMES RONALD, QFr.J, We- tumpka, Arts and Sciences . . . COLLIER, CRAIG BRIAN, fSoph.J, Altoona, Arts and Sciences . . . COLLIER, ELEANOR CAROLYN, CJr.D, Wettunpka, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . COLLIER, JOE LARRY, QJr.J, Beaverton, Ala., Education . . . COLLIER, VINCENT ROBERT, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . COLLIER, WALTER EUGENE, CFr.D, Atlanta, Ga., Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . COLLINS, PHYLLIS DIANN, CFLJ, Trinity, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . COLLINS, RICHARD LEE, CFr.J, Birming- ham, Engineering . . . COLTON, GEOFFREY ALAN, CFr.J, Hunt- ington, N.Y., Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Epsilon NC? .El 'iv 15. Pi . . . COLVARD, JR,, JOHN L., CFr.J, Opelika, Arts and Sciences . . . COMPTON, CHARLES E., CJr.J, Demopolis, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . COMSTOCK, BONITA CAROL, QSO h.J, Mobile, Education . . . CONE, JACQUELINE ELAINE, CJr.Il, Birmingham, Nursing . . . CONERLY, ANN ELIZABETH, CSoph.J, Jackson, Education . . . CONN, GLEN HOLLIS, CFr.J, Steele, Arts and Sciences. Row Fioc: CONRAD, JAMES EDWARD, QSoph.J, Sarasota, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration . . . COOK, ALVIN LARRY, CJr.J, Phenix City, Home Economics . . . COOK, BARBARA DIANA, QJ.r.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . COOK, JR., BARNEY B., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education . . . COOK, CAROLYN CLEVELAND, fFr.J, Mobile, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . COOK, CHARLES BRADFORD, QFLD, Birmingham, Engineering . . . COOK, GRACE DIANE, QFr.J, Birmingham, Nursing . . . COOK, MARGARET LU- CILE, CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . COOK, MICHAEL DONALD, CFr.J, Lanett, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . COOK, PATSY RUTH, QSoph.J, Pushmataha, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Gamma . . . COOK, RANDALL ALFRED, QJr.J, Winter Park, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . COOK, THOMAS HARPER, CFr.J, Ft Payne, Arts and Science . . . COOK, THOMAS LANND, fJr.J, Mobile, Arts and Science, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . COOK, WILLIAM MARVIN, fFr.l, Dothan, Arts and Science . . . COOKE, HERBERT EARL, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Theta Xi . . . COOKE, HUBERT RAYMOND, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . COOKE, JOSEPH ELLWYN, CSoph.D, Roberts- dale, Arts and Science . . . COOKSEY, JR., CHESTER RICHARD, CJr.J, Jasper, Commerce and Business Administration . . . COOLEY, PATRICIA DIANNE, fFr.J Talladega, Home Economics . . . COON, SUSIE, CSoph.J, Selma, Arts and Science, Pi Beta Phi. ,.,2 W x, ex , I d,m5gjl,V Ngk K Zi t',- s 9, - . ,N wt Q , f V ,f - I . .5 f. -fn" , W 47?"'Hi'UifE'fn3 ' ' J W J l I ,if, y w Q..,,,L . .',XfN M -aa Q ,fy is 8 x l p 6 Q ,X Page 317 ' ' HE OLDEST LANDMARK on the University of Alabama campus is a tree, a quite unique tree. The old Gorgas Oak Was standing there long be- . - '-"Alb 'fat foie there was a University in a ama, in ac , was there before there were White men in the state. Esti- mated to be around 400 years old, the Gorgas Oak is of a variety that usually lives to be only 75 years old. Many legends center around the old tree. They involve pow WoW's and Chief Tuskaloosa, the hanging of spies, and duels. It was under its huge leafy branches that the fammed Dr. William Crawford Gorgas, conqueror of Yellow Fever Row One: COOPER, BETTY ANNE, QJRJ, Camden, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . COOPER, CAROLYN SIDES, CJr.J, Oalcman, Education . . . COOPER, CLYDE MICHAEL, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Sigma Chi . . . COOPER, DAVID JONES, CJLJ, Mobile, Commerce and Business Ad.ministration, Delta Kappa Epsilon. . . COOPER, JAMES PERSHING, tFr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration . . . COOPER, JERI MYNETTE, CSoph.J, Shelbyville, Tennessee, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon.. . . COOPER, JR., JOHN ROBERT, CJr.J, Tuscumbia, Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . COOPER, MARCIA SI-IARRON, CFLJ, Jasper, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . COOPER, MILDRED EVELYN, CSoph.J, Meridian, Mississippi, Arts and Science, Delta Gamma . . . COOPER, III, ROBERT LEE, QF1'.J, Elba, Engineering. Row Two: COOPER, RONALD EUGENE, tJr.J, Oakrnan, Educa- tion . . . COOPER, ROY EDXVIN, QFr.J, Red Bay, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Phi . . . COOPER, TAMSIE ANN, Q'Fr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . CONVVELL, JR.,. JOSEPH THOMAS, CFr.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . CORAZZARI, PHILLIP NILSON, fFr.J, De- catur, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . CORBIN, PATRICIA ANN, tSoph.J, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . CORENBLUM, STUART, CJr.J, Coral Gables, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . COREY- ALE, MARILYN JOY, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Science, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . CORINA, ALFRED CALISTO, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . CORK, SARAH ANN, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Science. Row Three: CORLEY, HUGH FARROW, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . CORN, WILLIAM DENNIS, CJr.J, Birmingham, Engi- neering . . . CORNELIUS, JEFFERY KIRMBRELL, CFr.J, Blounts- ville, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . CORNEIL, TERRY CHRISTOPHER, lFr.J, Enterprise, Arts and Sci- ence . . . CORNUTT, RONALD JAMES, CFr.J, Gadsden, Education . . . CORTE, SHARON ADELE, CJr.J, Daphne, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . CORTRIGHT, MICHAEL FREDERICK, tFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Science, Sigma Chi . . . COSBY, HAMILTON C., fJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . COSBY, ROBERT MILTON, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . COSBY, THOMAS RICE, QFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science. Row Four: COSHATT, RONALD HEWLETT, CSoph.J, Pell City, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . COT- TINGHAM, JENNY, CFLJ, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . COTTON, STEPHAN HAROLD, fSophJ, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . COUCH JANE MAURICE, QFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Pi Beta Phi . . . COUCH, NANCY LANELL, CFLJ, Glen Allen, Home Economics . . . COUCH, ROBERT LEE, QFLJ, Montgomery, Engineering . . . COUNTS, SUSAN LYNN, QFr.J, Tallahassee, Arts and Science, Delta Zeta . . . COURIC, KATHLEEN MARGARET, CFr.D, Eufaula, Arts and Science . . . COVINGTON, JAMES EDWARD, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . COWAN, MARY KATHE- RINE, QFr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Science. Row Five: COWART, WADE A., CFr.J, Russel1ville,, Engineering . . . COVVLES, MARY LYNN, CSoph.J, Ramer, Home Economics . . . COWLEY, CLARENCE LEE, QFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . COX, ANNE PENDLETON, CSoph.J, Columbus, Mississippi, Edu- cation, Delta Gamma . . . COX, BARRY K., fJr.J, Gadsden, Engi- neering, Pi Kappa Phi . . . COX, DONNA SHERYL, CFr.J, Clanton, Education . . . COX, DOROTHY SUE, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Eco- nomics . . . COX, III, GUY D., CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . COX, JEANNE ANN, CFLJ, Boaz, Home Econom- ics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . COX, MARSHA KAREN, CJr.J, Men- tone, Arts and Science. and Surgeon-general of the United States, spent many happy hours. Many thousands of students have strolled beneath those gigantic branches since they sheltered their last Indian tribe. As Miss Mary Gayle Gorgas said several years ago, "it seems to be blessed with perennial life." . I How Six: COX, MICHAEL RAY, C1-7'r.D, Clanton, Arts and Science . . .COZART, MELBA JOYCE, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci- ence . . . CRADDOCK, LARRY WAYNE, CFLJ, Huntsville Engineer- ing . . . CRAIG, ALBERT KUNST, CFLJ, Selma, Arts and Science, Kappa Alpha . . . CRAIG, IRWIN C., CSoph.J, Decatur, Arts and Science, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . CRAIG, SARAH CLAIRE, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . GRAIN, KATH- LEEN LOW, CJr.J, Bessener, Education . . . CRANFORD, WILLIAM R., CSoph.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CRAVER, ELLEN FARISH, QFr.J, Brewton, Education, Chi Omega . . . CRAVEY, JOHN JAMES, CJr.J, Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, Education, Kappa Alpha. Row scccp, CRAWFORD, BEVERLY JEAN, fJr.J, Mobile, Arts ,mei Science . . . CRAWFORD, HANSEL DOUGLAS, QFLJ, Eastlake, Ohio, Arts and Science . . . CRAWFORD, MARY ANN, CFLJ, North- port, Education . . . CRANVFORD, RAMONA LYNNE, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Science . . . CRAWVFORD, SUSAN LEE, CFr.J, West Point, Georgia, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . CRAWFORD, WILLIAM DAVID, QFr.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Science, Delta Chi . . . CREEL, JOE RODNEY, QFLJ, Florence, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . CREIGHTON, WILLIAM DODSON, CSoph.D, Eibefre, Arts and Science . . . CREQUE, RONALD EDWARD, CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Science, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . CREW, MARVIN DOUGLAS, QFr.Q, Montgomery, Engineering, Lamba Chi Alpha. Row Eight: CREW, SYLVIA ELOISE, CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Science, Chi Omega . . . CRIBB, PANIELA SUE, CFr.J, Lanett, Educa- tion . . . CRICK, ROBERT DOYLE, CFLJ, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . CRIDER, PAMELA SUE, CSoph.J, Tarrant, Arts and Science . . . CRIM, JR., RALPH KENNETH, tFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . CROCKER, JR., CLINTON G., CFr.J, Magnolia, Engineering . . . CROCKER, JUDY CLAIRE, iFr.J, Thomaston, Education . . . CROCKER, LAURA SUSAN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . CROCKER, PERCY VANDORN, CFLJ, Jefferson, Arts and Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . CROFT, ROBERT YVAYNE, CFLJ, Gadsden, Engineering. Row Nine: CROMMELIN, HARRIET, CJr.J, Wetumpka, Arts and Science, Alpha, Gamma Delta . . . CROOK, PATRICIA ANN, CSoph.J, Atmore, Arts and Science, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . CROOK, JR., SAMUEL FORDICK, CFr.J, Atmore, Arts and Science, Kappa Alpha . . . CROSBY, GREGORY LANCE, CSoph.D, Dothan, Arts and Science . . . CROSS, SANDRA ELLEN, fFr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . CROTWELL, WILLIAM HARRIS, tSoph.D, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CROW, DENISE ANNE, fFr.J, Birming- ham, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . CROW, GARY DALTON, fSoph.J, Moulton, Arts and Science . . . CROW, MICHELE MARIE, fSoph.Q, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . CROWE, EMMA RUTH, CFr.J, Montevallo, Nurs- ing. Row Ten: CROWE, WILLIAM CLARKE, CSoph.J, Anniston, Arts and Science . . . CROWLEY, MARY CAROL, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . CRUCE, TOMMY CLAY, CJr.J, Bessemer, Engineer- ing . . . CRUIKSHANK, SUZANNE, CJr.J, Selma, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . CRUME, ALICE V., fSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Science, Delta Delta Delta . . . CRUMP, ELIZABETH ANN, CFLJ, Parrish, Education . . . CRUMP, III, FRANK M., fSoph.J, MemphiS, Tennessee, Arts and Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . CULBERTSON, MARSHA ANN, fFr.J, Montgomery, Nursing . . . CULBERSON, MARY SUSAN, CJr.J, Mobile, Chemistry, Alpha Chi Omega . . - CULP, JAMES HENRY, fJr.J, Attalla, Chemistry. Pace 318 E ffl g b l mx V. 5, A bw 'P 4 A I 'FF x H I 9- xgf' Q22 2.5 4 W f ff w X , - i . . " .Y V -L1 "W -1 ., F, V 1 sl ' UNDERGRAD TE .9 0. ,,.. I ,5.:,,. in UATE -: X 1 2 X X Hx 1 'Q 9 f sf X54 ' M w V X Ss . Q -f A X fb X v ,V - X x Q: ' b wa . 1 A . ' 1 ' Szrsyk- Q2 2 4 X W hp 22 xi f X ' s Q I X'w1ff"'f .. N 'fx v Ek ,gm Q. 'qv' 2 Q' f .Q L ue- ! E6 I 'Q vii K . .X I wg. W1 Q' . Q x .N an 3 3 il X X3 N L 4 4 if , Page 320 , X Au nv v-f'V ' NSWSSR1. 3.9- 'P J sig? Q Sn K XXX X mx V N " wma Y SY A fx XS iifv 1 K 5 X K' 4 , f N .- WW f ,ff X -Y 2 sff V V Q :ff21itQ ' f 3 W,f'f -Q '2 'K E' ,, "V, . XX ' -A Row One: CULPEPPER, LINDA ANN: CJr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Science . . . CULPEPPER, MARY ALLINE: CJr.D: Monroeville: Arts and Science: Kappa Delta . . . CULBERT, LOUISE ANNE: CFLJ: Oak Ridge, Tennessee: Home Economics: Alpha Delta Pi . . . CULVER, MARY JANET: CFLJ: Florence: Home Economics: Phi Mu . . . CUMBUS, BENJAMIN -JOSEPH: iSoph.D: Montgomery: Arts and Science: Delta Tau Delta . . . CUMMINGS, THOMAS STEVE: CFr.J: Lanett: Engineering . . .-CUNNINGHAM, CHARLES ALBERT: CJr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business Administration: Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . CUNNINGI-IAM, Rrcr-IABD BIXLER, QF,-.J, Mobile: Commerce and Business Administration: Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . CUN- NINGHAM, TOM MURRAH: CSoph.D: Mobile: Commerce and Busi- ness Administration: Pi Kappa Alpha . . . CUPP, LINDA JOAN: CJr.J: Cullman: Arts and Science. Row Two: CURREY, ROBERT B.: iJr.J: Selma: Arts and Science . . . CURRIE, MARSI-IA ANNE: CJr.J: Birmingham: Education: Alpha Gamma Delta . . . CURRY, GEORGE EDWARD: C F111 : Tuscaloosa: Arts and Science . . . CURRY, ROBERT KENT: tFr.J: Pulaski, Ten- nessee: Arts and Science: Phi Delta Theta . . . CURTIS, MARY LEIGI-I: CFLJ: Florence: Arts and Science: Alpha Chi Omega . . . CURTIS, RICHARD ALAN: CJLJ: Mobile: Engineering . . . CUSIMANO, SAMUEL B.: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . CUZZART, WILLARD GERALD: QFLJ: Birmingham: Engineering . . . DAHLENE, ELLEN HARRIS: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Home Economics: Delta Gamma . . . DAHLKE, SHIRLEY ANN: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Education: Delta Zeta. Row Three: DAILEY, GEORGE EUGENE: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Science: Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . DALEY, JAMES MORRIS: CFLJ: Jackson: Arts and Science . . . DAMSON, THOMAS STEWART: QSoph.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business Administration: Sigma Chi . . . DANIEL, JAMES SLOAN: fFr.J: Gadsden: Arts and Science . . . DANIEL, RICHARD PICKENS- CSOpl'1.J: Andalusia: Engineering . . . DANIEL, SHARON ANN: UL3, Birmingham: Arts and science . . . DANIELL, KATHARINE PEARSALL: CFr.D: Anniston: Commerce and Business Administration: Chi Omega . . . DANIELS, CAROLYN F AYE: CSoph.J: Bay Minette: Arts and Science: Alpha Delta Pi . . . DANLEY, JOEL FRANKLIN: CSoph.J: Florence: Arts and Science . . . DARDEN, CAROLYN: QSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Science: Delta Zeta. Row Four: DARR, CHARLES I-IUSTON: iSoph.J: Chattanooga, Tennessee: Arts and Science . . . DAUGHERTY, JR., HAL L.: fFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Science: Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . DAUGHTRY, DIANE: CSoph.J: Fairhope: Home Economics: Zeta Tau Alpha . . . DAVENPORT, CHARLES EDWARD: CFLJ: Madison: Commerce and Business Administration . . . DAVENPORT, MARY DONNA: CSoph.D: Huntsville: Home Economics: Phi Mu . . . DAVENPORT, RICHARD CARICO: fJr.J: Chattanooga, Tennessee: Education . . . DAVIDSON, FRANK EDWARD: CFLJ: Demopolis: Commerce and Business Ad- ministration: Alpha Tau Omega . . . DAVIDSON, PENNY JO: CFr.J: Birmingham: Home Economics . . . DAVIES, ANNA ELIZABETH: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Home Economics: Delta Delta Delta . . . DAVIES, MARIDA LYNN: CJr.D: Fairborn: Arts and Science. Row Five: DAVIES, PEGGY SUE: CFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business Administration . . . DAVIS, BIRDIE MAE: CFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Science . . . DAVIS, BRENDA MARIE: CFr.D: Birmingham: Arts and Science: Phi Mu . . . DAVIS, JR., BURIS P.: fFr.J: Headland: Education . . . DAVIS, CAROLYN MARIA: fFr.J: Jackson's Gap: Education . . . DAVIS, CHARLES HENRY: CJr.J: Gadsden: Arts and Science: Lambda Chi Alpha . . . DAVIS, CHARLES WILSON: CFr.J: Cleveland, Mississippi: Engineering: Phi Sigma Kappa . . . DAVIS, CHARLOTTE LYNNE: CFr.J: Birmingham: Engineering: Delta Zeta . . . DAVIS, DONALD JOE: CJr.J: Waukegan, Illinois: Arts and Sci- ence: Acacia . . . DAVIS, DONNA ROBENA: CFr.J: Centreville: Edu- cation: Alpha Chi Omega. IDNEY LOMAX AND THOMAS PRATT were lab partners in anatomy and they shared a cadaver they had named Harriet Beecher Stowe. The boys 'I' were negligent about keeping the laboratory locked, and one night Harriet was spirited away by some hillbilly pranksters. The two students realized that the only way to avoid incurring the wrath of their professor would be to find a replacement for Harriet. Pratt read in the paper that an unidentified female body had been discovered down by the river and was to be buried in the local potteris field. Seizing the opportunity, Lomax and Pratt enlisted the aid of a colored man by the name of Obadiah, promising to give him two dollars upon completion of the body snatch. After dark the two students and Obadiah went to the potter's Row Six: DAVIS, DORIS BEVERLY: QFLJ: Louisville, Kentucky: Home Economics: Delta Gamma . . . DAVIS, GINNY KAPPLER: CJLJ: Tuscaloosa: Education . . . DAVIS, GLORIA ELAINE: QFLJ: Delta: Arts and Science: Alpha Xi Delta . . . DAVIS, JR., JAMES EDMUND: CSoph,J: Seeds: Commerce and Business Administration: Alpha Tau Omega . . . DAVIS, JAMESIE CALDWELL: QFLD: Greensboro: Arts and Science: Kappa Alpha . . . DAVIS, JERRY WAYNE: CFr.J: Annis- ton: Engineering . . . DAVIS, JIMMY WAYNE: CFLD: Winfield: Arts and Science: Theta Chi . . . DAVIS, JOANNE: QFLJ: Mobile: Arts and Science . . . DAVIS, JOY SHANNON: CSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Science: Delta Gamma . . . DAVIS, JULIA LOUISE: QFLJ: Mound- ville: Education: Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Seven: DAVIS, LAWRENCE C.: CJr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business Administration: Pi Kappa Alpha . . . DAVIS, LOWELL L.: CJr.J: McLean, Virginia: Arts and Science: Beta Theta Pi . . . DAVIS, MARTHA ANN: tSoph.J: Albertville: Home Economics . . . DAVIS, MICHAEL WAYNE: tFr.J: Alexander City: Arts and Science: Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . DAVIS, PEGGY JEANE: QFLJ: Huntsville: Nursing . . -. DAVIS, ROBERT ALVIN: QJr.J: Columbus, Georgia: Arts and Science . . . DAVIS, ROBERT CARLISLE: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Com- merce and Business Administration: Kappa Alpha . . . DAVIS, RONALD EVAN: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Science . . . DAVIS, SHARON FAYE: fFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Science . . . DAVIS, JR., THOMAS HARWELL: CJr.J: Montrose: Commerce and Business Administration: Kappa Alpha. Row Eight: DAVIS, TINE WAYNE: QSoph.J: Montgomery: Com- merce and Business Administration: Alpha Tau Omega . . . DAVIS, WVILLIAM JOHNSON: CFLJ: Mobile: Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . DAY, BRENDA CHARLENA: fSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business Administration . . . DAY, JANE ANN: CSoph. D: Perdido Beach: Arts and Science . . . DAY, STEPHEN JOSEPH: CSoph.J: Atlanta, Georgia: Arts and Science: Phi Delta Theta . . . DAUSSMAN, Cynthia Louise: CFr.J: Huntsville: Home Economics . . . DAYEN, MILDRED R.: fSoph.J: Miami Beach, Florida: Arts and Science . . . DEAN, ALAN HOYT: CSoph.J: Oxford: Arts and Science . . . DEAN, BETTY SUE: QI-7'r.J: Montgomery: Commerce and Business Administration . . . DEAN, ROBERT EARL: CSoph.J: Flomaton: Arts and Science. Row Nine: DEAN, SHARON ANN: CFLJ: Mobile: Education . . . DEANGELO, JR., LOUIS N.: CJr.J: Mobile: Arts and Science: Sigma Chi . . . DEARTH, JOHN J.: fSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering . . . DEE, LAURA: CJr.J: Opp: Arts and Science: Kappa Delta . . . DEE, WILLIAM JOSEPH: CSoph.J: Buyonne, New Jersey: Commerce and Business Administration: Alpha Sigma Phi . . . DEES, JOHN ALLEN: CJr.J: Meigs: Commerce and Business Administration: Delta Tau Delta . . . DEESE, SPENCER RAY: CJr.J: Wicksburg: Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . DEITSCH, GARY E.: CFLJ: Montgomery: Commerce and Business Administration . . . DELOACH, MARY ANNE: tSoph.J: York: Arts and Science . . . DEMOUY, WILLIAM GALE: QI-7'r.D: Mobile: Commerce and Business Administration: Delta Kappa Epsilon. Row Ten: DENHAM, JERRY DALE: CSoph.J: Saraland: Commerce and Business Administration . . . DENHOLM, SHEILA ANNE: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts and Science: Zeta Tau Alpha . . . DENHOLM, WILLIAM EDWARD: CFr.J: Huntsvelle: Arts and Science . . . DEN- SON, FRANKLIN MORELAND: CFr.J: Bellaire, Texas: Arts and Science . . . DENSON, GUERRY MOORE: fFr.J: Birmingham: Engi- neering: Phi Delta Theta . . . DENT, CATHY ANN: CSoph.l: Tus- caloosa: Commerce and Business Administration: Zeta Tau Alpha . . . DENTON, DIANE F.: CFLJ: Huntsville: Arts and Science: Chi Omega . . . DERRICK, BARBARA JEAN: CJr.D: Scottsboro: Education . . . DESHAZO, SANDRA ANN: CFLJ: Headland: Education . . . DES- ROCHERS, JAMES M.: CFLD: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business Administration: Delta Kappa Epsilon. if 1. Held and found the fresh grave. After an hour of digging, they had cleared the dirt from the top of the plain pine box. As they paused to rest before Hnishing the task, the sound of scratching broke the stillness. Scratching . . . the sound of Hngernails scraping on wood was coming from the INSIDE of the rude coflin! In less than a heart beat Lomax and Pratt had taken to their heels and they didn't stop until they had locked themselves, panting and puffing, in their room. They Hnally caught their breath and were deliberating their next move when they heard a soft rapping at the door. Pratt hesitantly opened the door. His jaw dropped and his eyes got wide. There was Obadiah with a bloody shovel in one hand and a body slung over his other shoulder. "Ah wants mah two dollars," said the big negro resolutely. Page 321 X e -.,Xf:,f fXs 1-,fart X -NBR, 4, SS ' ,: wif' i" ' N , " X 1 ,X 3 5 X 10 1 ,X . f X XX k N X Xa X- XX ...Nw Ea 'V 'N ,X 1 - X 'T ' T 1 - X 5 Q 4 3: t f XX A x XX X Xa X 1 ,asa -1 X K ,,.. I X s J . , :Qi I 1 Kylix xx K LXSQAQEQLE "Eg, 2 1 ,,,,X, I x XE? XXX . . if K X,,, X I X X X . , X E51 Q , RX X X X X, X , ff:-,W ff SJ S l, AX BI i .5 , X ,:XX-, X X sa X .. gs X S .XXX XXXX X X X3 sb NN sr X- XX X- ,X XX X X XXX- X X X f a X Nc S, X f J ' T X X Ni ti - y g . 1 V' x J . sf ' ea Q X Q! X ,W . 1 v. X A N X , --"r " ., X X ff, 1 t' igfg X-M sis ff X f Jwaf 2 Q ,Q J 1 t - N ' X s ,, -rv, X L3 A .1 'L Ne, S , VQ X1 X O - X-+' 5 5 . If 1 Qs- V , XV X X E 3, I 4:- rg , ' , Xa, .sX XX -rrrf a wawaf X X X RX . B Y X' T x l A " X ST: ' 22 ,X X, K ,X rw i ' an-N X 4, I if 'T gif L ,- 4 X , A T .pw T gl' C xx I .A ' ' ., 1 ' ' A . 'V' , J - ,3 , , . use LQ' Y, R, - ,r . , X. .. ' . 5 I "rs .X M its B ff fl Hhil 1 up Afzafixxi 4' f "" ' ,XX ,. KKIV Xl .. . 'T A, , . X ,X A 5 gjgxv ' . ig, , X Z - , -AA :,,, XXXXXX 1.11 A Q fX . K N V 4 K' VI y VQIH 1 Xa at , ,X - 'J V , 1 5 iff. 'A PYP. H X , '3: l' 5 X15 X -r T . Row One: DENV, LINDA KAY, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sci- ence . . . DEVVBERRY, JOHN RALPH, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Engi- neering, Theta Chi . . . DIAMOND, ROSS MARTIN, lJr.J, Mohilc, Arts and Science, Sigma Nu . . . DICE, JOSEPH SPRATLEY, tFr.J, Jacksonville, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . DICK, MATTHEW JONATHAN, CSOph.J, Opp, Arts and Sci- ences, Sigma Nu . . . DICKERT, DON CHARLES, CJr.J, Brundidgc, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . DICKERT, JR., HUBERT JACKSON, CFLJ, Brundidge, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . DICKEY, LU LYNNE, CSoph.J, Earle, Arkansas, Education, Chi Omega . . . DICKINSON, FRED RAY, fJr.J, Winfield, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . DICKSON, ll. ADELE, CFr.J, Gadsden, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . DIL.- BECK, ROBERT GLENN, CFr.J, Fort Payne, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . DILLARD, CHARLES RANDLE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . DILLARD, RICHARD A., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . DILLARD, TIMOTHY LEE, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . DINWIDDIE, BETTY LETTEW, fJr.J, Hunts- ville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . DITORO, PETER, CFr.D, West Pittstow, Pa., Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . DITTO, II, EDWIN BRINSON, CJr.D, Waterloo, Fla., Engineering . . . DIXON, LINDA DALE, fFr.J, Miami, Fla., Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . DIXON, JR., JOSEPH MOORE, fFr.D, Birmingham Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . DOBBINS, DARRELL G., fSoph.D, East Gadsden, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: DOBBS, DAN VANN, CJr.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . DOBBS, DANNY MILES, CSoph.D' Fayette, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . DOBBS, MARY EASON, fSoph.J, Gross- ville, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . DOBIN, STEPHEN ALAN, CJr.j, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . DODD, UNDERGRADUATE DIAN, CFr.J, Guntcrsville, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . DODD, DUS- TIN DOUGLAS, lJr.D, Decatur, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . DODSON, JUDITH HARXVOOD, CSoph.D,, Mobile, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . DOBSON, EDXVARD VVADSVVORTH, tSoph.J, Cocoa, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration . . . DODSON, LYNNE ELLEN, CFr.D, Sheffield, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . DODSON, REBEKAH ANN, tJr.J, NVinHeld, Education . . . DOERING, MARY JEAN, CJr.D, Foley, Arts and Sciences . . . DOIG, XVARREN CHESTOR, tSoph.D, Bessemer, Engineering . . . DOLLAR, KINDA KAY, QJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . DONAHOO, DIANE, Haj, Harpersville, Education . . . DONALD, JAMES INZER, CSoph.J, Anniston, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . DONAHOO, IVILLIAM HAMILTON, QFLJ, Childcrsburg, Education . . . DONOHOO, PATRICIA ANNE, QFr.J, Ozark, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . DORMAN, LINDA SUE, CFr.J, N. Kingstown, Rhode Island, Arts and Sciences . . . DORMAN, RICHARD THOMAS, CSoph.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . DORMON, JOHN ALBERT, CFr.J, Oxford, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi. Row Three: DORN, PATRICIA ANN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Epsilon Phi . ., . DOROUGH, JR., JOHN WHIT- TERKA, QFr.J, Arts and Sciences . . . DOSTER, BARBARA ELLEN, CSOph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . DOSTER, JOYCE JOHNS, fJr.D, Dothan, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . DOUGHTY, CAROLYN MALONE, fJr.D, Citronelle, Chemistry . . . DOUGLAS, JANUEL ELLIOTT, fJr.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . DOUGLAS, ROBERT COTTON, CSoph.l, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . DOUGLASS, TOYE, CFr.J, Ashford, Arts and Sciences . . . DOVV, CHARLES LEE, CJr.J, Selma, Commerce and Business Administra- i?2wewO 1141nV A ws ,U Y . aural - - S , AI V: " X 5' tion, Phi Kappa Alpha . . . DOWDLE, JANE, QJLD, Ethelsville, Alabama, Education . . . DOWDY, DIANE ADELLE, CSoph.D, Tusca- loosa, Home Economics . . . DOWLINC, RAYMOND BRITTON, fFr.J, Dothan, Engineering . . . DOWNEY, JR., JAMES EDWIN, QSoph.D, Scottsboro, Arts and Sciences . . . DOWNEY, ROY VVAYNE, fJr.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . DOZIER, JEANNE SUZANNE, CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . DRAKE, CHARLES MICHAEL, CJr.D, Madison, Arts and Sciences . . . DREES, BRIAN JOSEPH, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . DREHER, DAVID ROSS, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . DREW, PATRICIS ANN, fFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . DREWRY, RICHARD LEE, CFLD, Aliceville, Engineer- ing, Delta Tau Delta. Row Four: DRIVER, TED C., QJr.J, Haleyville, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . DRUEY, JIMMY F., CSoph.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . DRUMMOND, RONALD ALAN, fJr.J, Scottsboro, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . DUBINA, JOEL FREDRICK, CFLJ, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Tau Omega . . . DUGINS, CAROLE SUE, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . DUKE, DAVID B., CFr.D, Meridian, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . DUKE, JOHN DANIEL, QFLD, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . DUKES, DAVID DEWITT, QFLJ, Mobile, Engi- neering, Phi Delta Theta . . . DULIN, HILDA F., fFr.J, Huntsville, Nursing . . . DUMAS, BRENDA CHERYL, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . DUNAWAY, CHARLES L., fSoph.J, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . DUNAWAY, IERRE FRANCES, fSoph.J, Gadsden, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . DUNCAN, JULIA N., CFr.D, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . DUNCAN, MARION, QFr.J, Prattville, Education . . . DUNN, KEN- NETH M., QJr.J, Fairhope, Education . . . DUNN, MARION, CJr.J, Parrish, Education . . . DUNN, MARTHA CLAROL, fFr.J, Birming- ham, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . DUNN, SANDRA ELAINE, QJr.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . DUNN, WILLIAM WAYNE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . DUPONT, NORMA FAYE, CJr.J, Irvington, Arts and Sciences. Row Five: DUPRE, MIMI EUGENIA, CFLJ, Frogmore, Louisiana, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . DURAN, JAMES EDWARD, CJr.D, Pell City, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . DURDEN, JIMMY D., CJLJ, Opp, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . , . DURHAM, JANE WALL, QFr.D, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha , . . DUROSS, DAVID JONATHON, CJr.J, Bethesda, Maryland, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . DWYER, DAPHNE WILSON, CJr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha , . . DYKES, JAMES CLIFTON, QSoph.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . DYSON, JANIE FAYE, CJr.J, Hueytown, Education . . . EACAR, RONALD MCREE, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . EARL, HARRIET LOUISE, CJr.J, Eufaula, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . EARWOOD, NICKEY LYLE, CSoph.D, Joppa, Engineering . . . EAST, VEVA GAYE, fFr.D, Alexandria, Virginia, Arts and Sciences . . . EASTERS, ROBERT DOUGLAS, JR., fFr.j, Elha, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . ECHOLS, WYNN COWAN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . ECKHARDT, ELIZABETH ANN, fSoph.J, Stale College, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . ED- MONDSON, DON HOWARD, CJr.J, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . EDMONDSON, CLIFFORD ARNOLD, CFr.J, Gads- den, Engineering . . . EDSON, HELEN BITZEY, CJr.D, Birmingham, Education, Phi Mu . . . EDWARDS, CHARLES MORTIMER, fFr.J, Boligee, Arts and Sciences . . . EDVVARDS, KERMIT CHARLES, fJr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Page 323 UNDERGRADUATE Row One: EDWARDS, SUSAN MARY, CFr.J, Sheflielcl, Arts and Sciences . . . EDWARDS, SYBLE ANN, CFLJ, Sulligent, Arts and Sciences . . . EGGART, CHARLES GORDON, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . EHINGER, JOHN ANTHONY, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta P1 . . . ELGIN, SUSAN, CSoph.J, Shreveport, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . ELLIOTT, JUDY SUE, fFr.J, Hartsele, Arts and Sciences . . . ELLIOTT, RONALD RAY, QFLJ, Talladega, Arts and Sciences . . . ELLIOTT, ROY VERNON, CJLJ, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . ELLIS, ANN L., QJr.D, Letohatchie, Home Economics, Delta Zeta . . . ELLIS, JOHN FRANK, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . ELLIS, MARY GAIL, CFr.J, Adamsville, Nursing . . . ELLIS, ROBERT LEONARD, CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . ELLISON, MARATHA JANE, CSoph.D, O'Fallon, Illinois, Com- merce and Business, Delta Gamma . . . ELMORE, MILDRED DICK- SON, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . ELMORE, MARY EARLE, CFr.J, Troy, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . ELMORE, PAUL M., CFLJ, Loganport, Indiana, Engineering . . . ELMORE, SARAH ELLEN, CFr.D, Northport, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . EMBRY, JR., TOM CULLEN, fJr.J, Sylacauga, Arts and Sciences . . . EMERY, DONNA SUE, CJr.J, Knoxville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . EMPLAINCOURT, JACQUES LEON GHISLAIN, QSoph.J, Lce Hall, Virginia, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: EMRICK, STEVEN ERIC, CFr.J, Birmingham, Engi- neering, Delta Chi . . . ENDEL, ALBERT MYRON, CFr.J, Mont- gomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . ENGER, KATHERINE ANNE, CSoph.J, Mobile, Education . . . ENG- LAND, JULIA GREY, fJr.D, Fayette, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . ENGLE, CAROLYN S., CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . ENGLEBERT, EDXVARD LYNN, CSoph.J, Huntsville, X X 9 X it X s R I i is 9 Q in asc as , R iii ist G Z , ,. I Q V Q it to ' fi t .NIV .X 'X .. 4' '- 'R ,N r QQ ,,,, N B at M 10 , 'T 9530, Q iv "bf . .,,: 1 . J 1 1 K xxfwsw , E Q lr Engineering . . . ENGWALL, KAREN ALLISON, CJr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . ENNIS, ELIZABETH LEA, CSoph.J, Livingston, Education, Kappa Delta . . . EPSMAN, MAR- CIA LYNNE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . ERDREICH, BARBARA ANN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . ESKRIDGE, JOSEPH MARSHALL, QFLJ, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . EPSY, JOSEPH CLEODUS, CFr.J, Abbeville, Commerce and Busi- ness A ministration, Kappa Sigma . . . ESSLINGER, LINDA L., QJr.J, Huntsville, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . ESTES, SHIRLEY ANN, QFr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . ESTIS, WILLIS CLEVE, CSoph.D, Pleasant Grove, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Delta Chi . . . ETHERIDGE, CASSANDEN E., QFr.J, Ply- mouth, North Carolina, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . ETHERIDGE, LONNIE ALTON, CFr.J, Uniontown, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . ETHEREDGE, WILLIAM H., QJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . ETHERTON, WALTER LUTHER, CFLD, Guntersville, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . EURTON, BEVERLY FAYE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega. Row Three: EVANS, BOB GEORGE, CFr.J, Albany, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . EUBANKS, RONALD WALKER, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . EUBANKS, DOUGLAS MARVIN, CFLJ, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . EVANS, ELLEN L,, CJr.D, Huntsville, Education, Kappa Delta . . . EVEREST, JOHN XVILLIAM, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences Phi Sigma Kappa . . . EVANS, GEORGE ALBERT, CSoph.D, Chickasaw, Arts and Sciences . . . EVINS, III, LUCIUS SELWYN, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . EXVAN, LOTTIE ELLEN, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . EZELL, III, XVILLIAM EDGAR, QSOph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon U , r .X X N l . - - I A . i. P' S C G to X LLXX fs . , 3 P , an t X' We ' N, X " X ,X i N QQ sk' Page 324 , . . FAIR, CHARLA ELAINE, Ur.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . FAIRCLOTH, JOSEPH S., Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . FALK, TONY CSoph.D, Bay Minette, Arts and Sciences . . . FALKEN- BURG, JUNE DAVIS, Ur.D, Birmingham, Education, Pi Beta Phi , . . FALT, EVELYN CHASE, CFr.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Kappa Delta . . . FAMBROUGH, RAY ANDER- SON, fSoph.D, Pell City, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . FANNING, DALLAS WENDALL, fFr.D, Elura, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences . . . FARB, PATRICIA HELEN, CFr.D, Mobile, Education . . . FARGASON, JEAN CARLETON, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Home Eco- nomics, Pi Beta Phi . . . FARLOW, SAM NANCE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . FARM- ER, KERRY JOE, Ur.D, Talladega, Engineering. Row Four: FARMER, THOMAS CALHOUN, Ur.D, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . FARR, CAROLYN ELISE, Ur.D, Sheifield, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . FARR, RAYMOND CHARLES, CSoph.D, Pittsburgh, Pa,, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . FARRAR, ELIZABETH, CFr.D, Phenix City, Arts and Sciences . . . FARRELL, CHARLES PERRY, CFr.D, Spanish Fort, Engineering . . . FARRELL, DORA ANN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . FAU- CETT, EUGENIA PATTON, CFr.D, Northport, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . FAUCETT, SARAH ELIZABETH, trap, Northport, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . FAULK, PEGGY GARRIAND, CSoph.D, Samson, Arts and Sciences . . . FAY, JAMES EDWARD, fSoph.D, Union Springs, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . FAYARD, JANICE ELLYN, CSoph.D, Mobi e, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . FEAGIN, DOROTHY ALISON, CFr.D, Monroeville, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . FEENEY, WILLIAM MICHAEL, CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . FELD, LOUIS B., CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . FELDMAN, DAVID FOSTER, fSoph.D, Coconut Grove, Florida, Education . . . FELDMAN, JR., DAVID R., Ur.D, Binningham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . FELDMAN, MARVIN EARL, Ur.D, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . FELDMAN, RICHARD HANOVER, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . FELT MAN, BRENDA CAROL, CFr.D, Hamilton, Home Eco- Eolmics . . . FENDLEY, JR., LAVAUGHN STANLEY, CFr.D, Fulton, ucation. Row Five: FENN, MARY AELEN, Ur.D, Union Springs, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . FERGUSON, ALAN LEE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . FERGUSON, JOY A., CFr.D, Birmingham, Home Eco- nomics . . . FERGUSON, SYNETTA KAYE, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Zeta . . . FERGUSON, VIVIAN SAMPLE, fFr.D, Decatur, Education, Kappa Delta . . . FERLISI, VIRGINIA M., CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Admiiiisiraiioiig Phi Mu . . . FERRELL, JR., BERTRAM FRANK, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . FERRELL, RUTH ANN, Ur.D,, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . F ICK, TERRELL DENNIS, CFr.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . FIELDS, ELIZABETH HELEN, Ur.D, Talladega, Education . . . FIELDS, IACK WILLIAM, CSoph.D, Gar- dendale, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FIELDS, VIR- GINIA, ULD, Bremen, Education . . . FIEVET, HAROLD EUGENE, CSoph.D, Mountain Brook, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FIFE, JOHN FREDERICK, CFr.D, Prattville, Arts and Sciences . . . FILYAW, CARLIS HOYT, CSoph.D, Hillsboro, Arts and Sciences . . . FINCH, JAMES RUSSELL, ULD, Graysville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FINCHER, HELEN ANNE, CFr.D, Tallassee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . FINN, JR., WILLIAM H., CSoph.D, Sylacauga, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . FINNELL, ALBERT STEPHEN, fFr.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FINNEN, BEVERLY JEAN, fSoph.D, Blocton, Education. Q 4 X ff' fy , , y 1 . if m f ew 1' QA f - vw.. 4:1-,gan A J -vu iii . V " , 1 ' ,X 1 I Page 325 'Wt' ft EF ORE MR LINCOLN got the bright idea to set J E, them free slaves played a big part in campus life 5 I ' ' ' Raj at the University. In fact, the University owned MI" P several, most of the older buildings were built with slave labor. There was even a provision in the University rules which permitted cadets to bring their own slaves to school with them. One University-owned slave, an old man named Moses, appears in school records several times. It seems that Moses was a good servant, but often irritated students. More than once he was beaten and maimed by a furious cadet. Finally, the administration invoked a rule which said that anybody putting Moses out of commission would be punished. The prescribed punishment was having to pay a hired servant until Moses was well. One incident involving a slave occurred around 1850, and Row One: FISCHER, MARY CATHERINE, CJr.J, Montgomery, Ed- ucation, Chi Omega . . . FISHER, ANNA NANCE, tFr.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . FISHER, SARAH LOUISE, qFi-.J, Amore, Nursing . . . RITE, ERNEST ADAMA, CSoph.J, Hamilton, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . FITTS, ELEANOR ANN, tFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . FITTS, ROBERT CORNELL, tFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . FITZ, ELIZABETH VERNON, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Kappa Delta . . . FITZPATRICK, MARLENA, CSoph.J, Clcveland, Ten- nessee, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . FITZPATRICK, XVIL- LIAM OLIVER, tSoph.J, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . FITZSIMMONS, JAMES JEROME, CSoph.J, Huntsvilc, Com- merce and Business Administration Phi Kappa Sigma. Row Two: FLANAGAN, JUDY CAROL, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Coin- ginia, Nursing, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . FLEISHER, DIANE LYN, CFr.D, Opelika, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau . . . FLEMING, ANNA KAY, CSoph.J, Fairfield, Education . . . FLEMING, CAMILLE, fJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . FLEMING, VIRGINIA LEE, tSophJ, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . FLETCHER, DORIS CROCKETT, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci- ences, Delta Gamma . . . FLEWVELLEN, SUSAN, CFr.J, State Col- lege, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . FLINN, JAMES LINDLEY, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Kappa Alpha . . . FLORA, JAMES HERBERT, CFLJ, Holt, Education . . . FLORENCE, DAVID MICHAEL, fFr.J, Cullman, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma. Row Three: FLOWERS, ANNE CELESTE, CSoph.J, Lexington, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . FLOWERS, JOAN, CFr.J, Ruleville, Mississippi, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . FLURNOY, WVILLIAM RICHARD, CFr.J, Huntsville, Engineering . . . FOCHT, MARILYN JEAN, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . FOLMAR, DYVIGHT MARSHALL, CJr.J, Troy, Arts and Sciences . . . FONDE, VIRGINIA LYNNE, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . FORAN, RUSSELL N., fFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Eps1lon.Pi . . . FORD, E. SUSAN, CSoph,J, Birmingham, Home Econo- mics, Pi Beta Phi . . . FORD, III, ELIPHALEE MILLER, Um, Tus- caloosa, Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta . . . FORD, LUCIA LYLE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Four: FORDHAM, REBECCA ANNE, tFr.J, Heflin, Nursing . . AFORRESTER, JR., JOHN E., CFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Acacia . . . FORRISTER, GLORIA ANN, CFr.J, Childersburg, Home Economics . . . FORRISTER, WILLARD EUGENE, CJr.J, Childers- burg, Arts and Sciences . . . FOSTER, ALICA VAN DEGRAFF- CSoph.J, Christian, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . FOSTER, ELIZABETH HUNTER, CFr.J, Carrollton, Education . . FOSTER, JOAN, fJr.J, Greenville, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . FOSTER, LEE ANN, CFr.J, Huntsville, Education . . . FOSTER, THOMAS LEVERNE, CJr.J, Talladega, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Beta Theta Pi . . . FOSTER, TOMMY KENNETH- CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration. : a Row Five: FOWLER, CONRAD MURPHREE, lFr.J, Columbiana- Commerce and Business Administration . . . FOWLER, SUSAN CAROL- fFr.J, Huntsville, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . FOUNTAINZ JR.,'HAROLD STANLEY, CFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Phi Delta Theta . . . FOUNTAIN, JR., PERCY COLE- MAN, CJr.J,, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . FOX, HELEN ELIZABETH, tSoph.J, Alexander City, Home Econom- ics, Al ha Gamma Delta . . . FOX . - s 1 D , JEANNINE, ELISE, So h. Fairfax, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Chi Orrleg? . .l. FOXX, BEVERLY ANN, fSoph.J, Boaz, Home Economics, Delta Zeta . . . FRANCIS, SARA ANTHONY, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . FRANCIS, SHARON GAIL, fFr.J, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences . . . FRANCIS, TOM HENDRIX- fFr,j- El Centro, California, Engineering, Kappa Alpha. 7 2 jeopardized the University's relations with the people of Tuscaloosa. Four mischievous cadets stole a young slave girl from a local plantation owner. A week or so later she was found in the boys, room on campus. She was reluctantly returned. A University oflicial is reported to have suggested that her owner place a white parking sticker on her, if she disappeared again she would be sure to turn up in the mid- dle of campus! I Row Six: FRANK, JR., RICHARD LEONARD, CSoph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . FRASIER, KATHY MCKENZIE, tFr.J, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . FREEMAN, ELIZABETH ANN, CJr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . FREEMAN, JENNIFER KAYE, tSoph.J, Hanceville, Arts and Sciences . . . FREEMAN, JUDITH B., CJr.J, Odenville, Education . . . FREEMAN, LARRY BERNARD, tJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FREE- MAN, MARY BETH, trap, Athens, Niiisiiig . . . FREEMAN, PHILLIP EVANS, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta . . . FREEMAN, SAMUEL I., CJr.J, Phenix City, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . FREEMAN, SUSAN STANLEY, CSoph.J, Jasper, Education, Chi Omega. Row Seven: FREEMAN, THOMAS KNOTT, CSoph.J, Burton, Arts and Sciences . . . FRENCH, GEORGE CURTIS, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FRIDAY, JR., JACK PITTS, tFr.J, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . FRIDAY, LARRY DAVIS, tJr.J, Selma, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . FRIDAY, MARGUEIETTE, tFr.J, Eutaxv, Nursing . . . FRIED, MARTIN JAY, tFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . FRIEDLANDER, JACOB M., tFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . FRIEDMAN, FRANK A., CFr.J, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . FRIEDMAN, JR., PAUL, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . FRIEND, EDVVARD MAL- COLM, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau. Row Eight: FRIEDMAN, PETER ROGER, CSoph.J, Scarsdale, New York, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . FRITZ, SUZANNE PATY, tJr.J, Mobile, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . FROMM, KAREN LYNN, CFr.J, XVyckoff, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences . . . FULLER, BONNIE JEAN, CFr.J, Montgomery, Nursing . . . FULLER, DAVINE YRONNE, CFr.J, Hueytown, Arts and Sciences . . . FUL- LER, JAMES DOYLE, CFr.J, Cusseta, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Delta Tau Delta . . . FULLER, MICHAEL DOUGLAS, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FUIMER, DONNY L., CFr.J, Trussville, Engineering . . . GAFFORD, ANGELON, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . GAINES, MARY DAVENPORT, fSoph.J, Bowling Green, Kentucky, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Row Nine: GAITHER, GLEN ARNOLD, fFr.J, Talladega, Engi- neering . . . GAITTEN, GRACE I., tSoph.J, Sylacauga, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . GALBAUGH, CHRIS EUGENE, fJr.J, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences . . . GALVIN, CONNIE JO, CFr.J, Mont- gomery, Nursing, Al ha Xi Delta . . . GAMBLE, LINDA LOUISE, tFr.J, Tuscumbia, Edjucation, Phi Mu . . . GAMBLE, PATRICIA GAIL, CFr.D, Hanceville, Home Economics . . . GAMBRELL, DEAN ALLAN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . GAMMAGE, DANIEL DAVIS, lFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . GANN, BETTY TUCKER, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . GANN, JAMES TERRY, CJr.J, Dora, Education. Row Ten: GANNAWAG, JOSEPH VANN, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . GANT, CATHERINE ANN, tFr.J, Fair- field, Education . . . GANT, KATHERINE ELIZABETH, fSoph.J, McMinnville, Tennessee, Alpha Delta Pi . . . GANT, MARY ELIZA- BETH, CFr.J, Fairfield, Education . . . GARDNER, BENJAMIN THERON, CJr.J, ShefIield, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GARDNER, GEORGE WILLIAM, CF1'.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sci- ences . . . GARDNER, LLOYD LINDSEY, fSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Theta Xi . . . GARDNER, WILLIAM EARL, CSoph.J, Dem- opolis, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . GARNER, COLIE PATRICIA, CJr.J, Fayetteville, North Carolina, Alpha Delta Pi GARNER, ROBERT EDWARD, CSopli.J, Birmingham, Arts and ciences. Page 326 kk ,N M N X i x JN J X kk K.. 5 -'M Sa H WJ Z , 7 ' -V j X :S ,V X Q Q. . 5 4 ,, X.: VV X 7-3 X -'fs , Q? f, K, W- -1 A V V X, My . i L. L seg 'Wm 1' ix 2' ,X M . z 5 f mv,.,,.:f , N ' -' X -gig . X, xg :i X . 5 . fx f ' VC, .,... :..iL.ZLmg ' QSM ' . UNDERGRADUATE UNDERCR UATE X -5 'Q A Ki? XX s X ,fx I If , A 'I Q , , -'gw u Y i PM ff , , S "1 ' - x F A g R f . 1 I J R' I A 7. I .,.,, , 'CST ,wg 1- ,,. 'K 1 f M Tl '. X WW' .V . fi ' . ' 'iris iv? I " , ' Q A A 4-I-in i 1 ,F ' x- V -, X f- X x L wx ' . - Q SEZ" was u.' x mm 5. E hm. 'E .SY N rss 'W ,wwf ,U WM ov- I' 1, f :ag ?:7:?w'f'x2 NVQM1 X K X X Neff X X X f 9 af X Y av Gif , i, H 29 , Q: 1. - 4, V41 A - w M, x ' N41 vi fvub-D xf ,, -'V-' Y .3 .f1.:?Ey-ffl-,MQ , , .U our ,, ll., 'sci Xkff rw , 'L - x f 5? 5- JL A ix 0 . Q ,L .. D Mk x 'S 6 xi ,, . 49 ., . 'f?1f.r.. '- S 4 - . . -.EW-,R,,.., . - .1 by :V Q , I , 1' A Q. 'L' I ,,, Q 1 Q 4- C? X , A Xb 1313,-f ', 7,0 A.. f . - 'Q 5- . 5 N ml CR ,Q 1 -4, , xx , v Page 328 .Xxx X 5- -S: Q 5- x. Ns 3 - Xi x QQ I 4 15, txf . , , , Q f Y .X , , - - S X .... ' A ,,,, Kai. X..k I J 1 g ,px wg ,, . , x X if XX XXX X S Row One: GARNER, SUSAN MALINDA, CFr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . GARRETT, DAYLE RUTH, CFLJ, Montgomery, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . GARRETT, JR., JAMES W., fSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . GARRETT, LINDA MARGARET, CJr.D, Brewton, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . GARRETT, SANDRA PAULETTE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GARRETT, SHERRY JANE, fJr.J, Albertville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . GARRETT, IV, SILAS C., CFr.J, Grove Hill, Arts and Sci- ences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . GARRIS, MARSHA, CSoph.J, Leroy, Educa- tion, Chi Omega . . . GARRISON, AULTON RABURN, CFr.J, Carbon Hgl, Education . . . GARRISON, SUZANNE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, E ucation. Row Two: GARVIN, DURRICE, CSoph.J, Florala, Engineering . . . GARY, RICHARD S., fJr.J, Minneopolis, Kansas, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GARZAREK, JR., FRANK R., CJr.J, Fair- iield, Education . . . GASTON, GEORGE TIMOTHY, CSoph.J, Bay Minette, Engineering, Sigma Nu . . . GATES, BARBARA ANITA, fFr.J, Vincent, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . GATES, JAMES EARL, CFr.J, Decatur, Engineering . . . GATES, PAT JEXVEL, QFr.J, Mont- gomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Zeta . . . GATES, JR., VVILLIAM H., fFr.J, Anniston, Engineering . . . GAR- WOOD, DARLENE, CFr.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . GAUT, MARYANNE R., QFr.J, Sylacauga, Education, Pi Beta Pri. Row Three: GEBHART, DAVID EARL, CSoph.J, Foley, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . GEE, MORRIS MICHAEL, CSoph.J, Leeds, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . GEIGERMAN, BRUCE HENDLER, CSoph.J, Atlanta, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . GENTRY, KAREN LORRAINE, fFr.J, Thorsby, Arts and Sciences . . . GENTRY, LINDA CAROL, CFr.J, Montgomery, Nursing . . . GEORGE, SANDRA, LYNN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zelta . . . GERALD, ALICE ELLA, CSoph.J, Clanton, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . GERELDS, MARSHA XVOOD, CFr.J, Binningham, Education . . . GERMAN, TOMMIE ESCOE, CFr.J, Huntsville, Home Economics . . . GEVERTZ, LEONARD, CJr.D, Miami Beach, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Pi. Row Four: GIBBS, BENNY HUNT, CFr.J, Blountsville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . GIBBS, REBECCA LOUISE, CFr.J, Green- ville, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . GIBSON, BETTY, CFr.J, Dadeville, Education . . . GIBSON, BETT YCAROL, CFr.J, Haleyville, Arts and Sciences . . . GIBSON, CALA CAROL, CFr.J, Decatur, Nursing . . . GIBSON, JAMES B., fFr.J, Brantley, Arts and Sciences . . . GIBSON, JAMES LEEMAN, CJr.J, Hartselle, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . GIBSON, III, JOHNSON R., QFLJ, Troy, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . GIBSON, JR., LEONARD G., CJr.J, Eight Mile, Engineering . . . GIBSON, NANCY LEIGH, CFr.J, Decatur, Arts and Sciences. Row Five: GIBSON, ROBERT ADAMS, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . GILBERT, JAMES LARRY, CFr.J, Dora, Engineer- ing . . . GILBERT, JR., KERMIT C., CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences . . . GILES, MARY JANE, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci- ences . . . GILES, MICHAEL C., fSoph.J, Florence, Education, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . GILL, BEVERLEY BEAVERS, fFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . GILLESPIE, LINDA ANN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . GILLION, WALTER MICHEAL, fSoph.J, Enterprise, Arts and Sciences . . . GILLIS, WAYNE HIXON, CJr.J, Brewton, Chemistry, Sigma Nu . . . GINN, JERRY GRADY, CFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering. Row Six: GINSBERG, STUART MURRAY, fS0ph.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . GIRT- EGISTRATION AT ALABAMA is a fearsome thing. This year the CRIMSON-WHITE termed the two days of standing, pushing and sheer ex- ni haustion "a fate worse than death? But registra- tion has had worse days. IBM machines havenit always been around, and a few years ago registration was done entirely by hand. There were no class cards, lab cards, fee cards, and master cards to feed into the hungry computer. Lines were longer and tempers were shorter. At the Hrst registration in 1831, only thirty-five students MAN, III, JOHN CARL, QSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . GLASGOW, SARAH ELISE, QJ1'.J, Ruston, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . GLASS, EUGENE FOSTER, CFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . GLASS, FRED HOUSTON, tJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GLASS, JERRY WAYNE, CFr.J, Calera, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GLASSCOCK, BILLIE CAROL, CSoph.J, Birming- ham, Education . . . GLENN, ANNE MARIE, CJr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . GLISSON, DEANNE KATHRYN, CSoph.J, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . GLOVER, EMILY, CSoph.J, Leroy, Education, Chi Omega. Row Seven: GLOBER, JERRY RONALD, QFr.J, Ozark, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . GLOBER, JERRY VVAYNE, CJr.J, New Hope, Engineering . . . GLOVER, SARAH, CFr.J, Leighton, Education . . . GOATLEY, PAMELA SUSAN, CFr.J, Hunts- ville, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . GODFREY, FRANK MICHAEL, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Education . . . GODSEY, JOHN BOYCE, fFr.J, Tarrant, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . GOFF, ROBERT CLARK, QFr.J, Evansville, Indiania, Education, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . GOGGANS, MARTHA JANE, CFr.J, Bexar, Arts and Sciences . . . GOINGS, HAROLD H., QSoph.Q, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . GOINS, ARLAN M., CFr.J, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Eight: GOLDNER, MICHAEL J., CJr.J, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . GOLDSMITH, LARRY JAY, QSoph.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . GOLDSMITH, SHARON LYNNE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . GOLD- THWAITE, CHARLES ANDERSON, fFr.J, Webster Groves, Mis- souri, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi . . . GOLIGHTLY, WILLIAM TIM, QSoph.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences . . . GOOCH, PATRICIA EVELYN, CFr.J, Leeds, Arts and Sciences . . . GOODE, GEORGE MICHAEL, fJr.J, Flat Creek, Engineering . . . GOODGAME, HUGHEL, CFr.J, Pell City, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon , . . GOODROE, JULIE ANNE, CSoph.J, Grand Bay, Education . . . GOODSON, MICHAEL DAVIS, QJr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Phi. Row Nine: GOODWIN, JR., FRANKLIN FEYWOOD, CJr.J, Dub- len, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . GOODWIN, JOE DENNIS, CFr.J, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GOODWYN, ELIZABETH LANCASTER, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Kappa Delta . . . GOODWYN, OTIS JAMES, fFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . GOOLSBY, JARETTA MARIE, CFr.D, Winfield, Home Economics . . . GORDON, ANN, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . GORDON, CHARLES ALLEN, Fr.J, Belsoni, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . GORMAN, GLENDA REMELLE, QSoph.J, Birmingham, Nursing, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . GORNSTEIN, SHAYA KAREN, CFr.D, Lincolnwood, Illinois, Educa- tion, Sigma Delta Tau . . . GORTNEY, DONNA F., QSoph.J, Syla- cauga, Education, Delta Gamma. Row Ten: GORTNEY, REBECCA KAYE, CFr.J, Sylacauga, Educa- tion, Delta Gamma . . . GOSSETT, WILLIAM HERBERT, fFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GOUGI-I, EMMETT LEONAL, CSoph.J, Florence, Engineering . . . GOWAN, MARSHA GAIL, CFr.J, Montgomery, Home Economics . . . GRAD- DICK, CHARLES ALLEN, fJr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . GRAHAM, BILLIE RUTH, CSoph.J, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . GRAHAM, MARTHA CHERIE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . GRAHAM, MIKE WARD, CSoph.J, Grayson, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GRAHAM, SAMMY RAY, QJLJ, Jefferson, Texas, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GRAHAM, SANDRA LATANE, CJr.J, Dallas, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta. 1' K enrolled, but we bet there were gripes even then. Maybe they waited in line forty-five minutes to be scheduled for guard duty. Or perhaps they had to produce a transcript to prove they had the grades to bring a slave on campus between the hours of eight and three. There was probably a real mob at the table where musket balls were doled out. Then there was the interminable wait while the bursar fig- ured up the fees for the semester on his abacus. CW:-ll, 1831 wasn't that long agolj Page 329 merce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . GREEN- . f - - , 1 S - R W- X t Q Is. I . X- s K. Rf: K, N ,Y L Y' ' L 7311:-"Ng, .1-9' .- I , fv- Q5 9 Row One: GRAINGER, SUZANNE, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . GRAMLING, JANICE LYNN, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . GRUMMER, SHARRON ANNYCE, CFr.J, McCalla, Home Economics . . . GRAN- ADE, CHARLES JACKSON, CJr.J, Groove Hill, Engineering . . . GRANATELLI, ROBERT VVILLIAM, CFr. P, Hampton Bays, New York, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Xi . . . GRANT, AD- RIAN MERVYN, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Phi Epsilon Pi . , . GRANT, JAMES H., fFr.D, Montgomery, Engineering, Delta Tau Delta . . . GRANT, RUTH ELLEN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . GRAVES, HENRY CLAY, CFr.J, Demopolis, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . GRAVES, JAMES E., QFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GRAVES, JR., MAURICE VANLIER, fJr.D, Hartselle, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . GRAVETTE, CHARLES MICHAEL, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . , GRAVLEE, MARY ELIZABETH, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . GRAY, DAPHNE ELAINE, fFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . GRAY, ELIZABETH RANDOLPH, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . GRAY, GLENN RAY, CFr.J, Blountsville, Engineer- ing . . . GREY, JERRY DON, CFr.J, Muscle Shoals, Engineering . . . GREEN, ERIC MICHAEL, CFr.D, Eight Mile, Arts and Sci- ences . . . GREEN, MARILYN THERESA, CSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . GREEN, MARY JANET, CFr.D, Union Springs, Home Economics. Row Two: GREEN, MAMCY ANN, CJr.D, Birmingham, Education, Phi Mu . . . GREEN, THOMAS MARVIN, fSoph.J, Florence, Com- merce ancl Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . GREEN, VIVIAN LOUISE, CJr.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Xi Delta . . . GREEN, WILLIAM GREGORY, CJr.J, Hueytown, Com- UNDERGRADUATE j mf' , sz I K- ,. 3-,W P w Wx ,1 , i l , 1, X J I xx xx X BERG, SUSAN ELLEN, CJr.J, Dothan, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . GREENE, EMMIE EYELYN, QFLJ, XVedowee, Education . . . GREENE, GEORGE KYSER, tSoph.J, Minter, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration: Pi Kappa Phi . . . GREENE, HUGHXV XV., CFr.J, Somerville, Engineering . . . GREENE. VIRGIL THOMAS, CSoph.l, Canton, Georgia, Engineering . . . GREENHAXV, JIM LEROY, CSoph.J, Oneonta, Ilorne Economies . . . GREER, REBECCA BELL, CSoph.D, Mobile, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . GREER, TOMMY LEE, tF1'.J, Troy, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . GREGORY, LYNN THOMLINSON, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Home ECO- nomics: Kappa Delta . . , GRENYO, STEPHEN JOHN, fSOph.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . GRIDER, JOHN ROBERT, CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . GRIFFIN, CHARLES FREEMAN, CSoph.J, XVhistler, Commerce and Business Administration . , . GRIFFEN, ELIZABETH ANN, CSOph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . GRIFFIN, HELEN ANNE, fFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . GRIFFIN, LINDA LEE, fJr.D, Greensboro, Home Economies, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . GRIFFIN, LOUISE, QFLD, Troy, Nursing. Row Three: GRIFFIN, MARSHA EVELYN, CSoph.J, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . GRIFFIN, REBECCA ANN, CFr.D, Bessemer, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . GRIFFIN, RONNIE RUSSELL, CSoph.l, Jackson, Arts and Sciences . . . GRIFFIN, SUE ANNE, CJr.D, Demopolis, Home Economics, Delta Gamma . . . GRIFFIN, VVILLIAM M., CSoph.J, Northport, Education . . . GRIFFIS, GEORGIA CAROL, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Nursing . . . GRIFFIS, JACK EDVVIN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . GRIFFIS, JAN LEN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . GRIFFITH, M. MARTINA, CJr,Jg Birmingham, Education . . . GRIFFITH, RONALD JUDSON, CFr.lg .,.. .t a . , . 'W- I ', RS? 4 av sr tit Q 5 if Rev .veg Rf r X R .. . , XX? 5 K S X F S2 X S r E' X i xr, X A X X ' Q5 Xxx ws, s M X X xg x X x Q xx . 1 . E 2 - - - ---x' - W.. W wr:- it , ky . . ,., fit N N . I N wie- M . 1 '- 3 .aefaa N Q , A . -- . st, as NP L -i' .iii TX" a nnnss -btxsa gg, 5 fig wc Lf, j, ass- gr S! H X, ,, , 7. A .. 'fs Lfcr-. x- E5'-r . 1 , .,. .K k..,, pnngi. ig? gil 1 if 5 4' X Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GRIGGS, HENRY CILMAN, CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . GRIGGS, KENNETH KILGROYV, CFLJ, Nashville, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . CRIMES, ELIZABETH ANN, CFLJ, Enterprise, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . GRIMES, LINDA LOUISE, CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . CRIMES, ROBERT LINDSEY, CJr.J, Elba, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . CRIMES, VIRGINIA JEAN, fJr.J, Enterprise, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . GRIMM, WILLIAM O., CFLD, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . GRIMSLEY, JULIETTE, lFr.J, Alexander City, Educa- tion . . . GRISHMAN, NAOMI ELIZABETH, CSoph.D, Biloxi, Missis- sippi, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . GRISSETTE, PAULA C., CSoph.J, Montgomery, Home Economics. Row Four: GRISWOLD, JR., GEORGE H., fJr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . GROENENDYKE, RICHARD ARMANO, CJr.Q, Pitts- burgh, Pennsylvania, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . CROSS, SUSAN JANE, fFr.D, Montgomery, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . GROVE, ALAN F., CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . GRUB, LINDA ELIZABETH, CFr.l, Auburn, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . GUGLIOTTA, NANCY CAROLYN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GUGLIOTTA, ROSE CAR- OLYN, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . GUIN, JOALLEN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Delta Zeta . . . GUIN, MARY ANN, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . GUIN, TONNY HAROLD, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . GULLEDGE, GAYLORD KEITH, CSoph.J, Loxley, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GUNSELMAN, CHARLES HOWARD, CFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . GUNTER, JR., JACK ARTHUR, CJr.J, Phenix City, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . GUNTER, MARY LYNN, fFr.j,N Sylacauga, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha C 9 N ye, . Q Q, Ex, 'Wi N? X 'fr Q v. E r. , ft' as a if f X X 4 i S 1 X X s Q . . . GURLEY, CAROLE FAYE, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GURLEY, MICHAEL EDWARD, CFLD, Talladega, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GUSTIN, BEBE JOYCE, QSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . GUTHRIE, GARY LEE, fFr.D, Jonesboro, Engineering . . . GUTHRIE, JR., PAUL LAFAYETTE, QSoph.j, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . GUTKOWSKI, JOYCE ELAINE, CFr.Q, Brunswick, New Jersey, Home Economics. Row Five: GUTTERY, JAMES RANDALL, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Engi- neering, Kappa Sigma . . . GUYTON, LARRY ELDON, lFr.J, Colum- bis, Mississippi, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GWIN, JANE BENTLEY, fSoph.J, Jasper, Nursing, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . GWYNN, CYNTHIA IRIS, , Grove Hill, Education . . . HACKER, CAROL R., CFLD, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . HACKER, EDWARD B., CSoph.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . HADEN, ROBERT W., CFLJ, Guntersville, Arts and Science . . . HAGEN, JOYCE A., CJLJ, Lexington, Kentucky, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Zata . . . HAGER, EMILY G., CJr.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . HAGER, HENRY J., CJr.J, Birming- ham, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . HAGER, KATHRINE I., EJLJ, Jasper, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . HAGLER, JOHN P., Soph.j, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . HAGLER, MARSHAL E., CJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Science . . . HAGOOD, FRANK T., CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . HAHN, HILDEGARDE L., CSoph.D, Northport, Chemistry, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HAIGLER, MITCHELL B., CSoph.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . HAISLIP, JULIA E., CJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . HALE, CAROLE L., fSoph.J, Decatur, Arts and Science . . . HALES, VVILLIAM K., CFLJ, Hartford, Arts and Sciences . . . HALL, BILLY A., fFr.J, Red Level, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi. Page 331 UN DERGRADUATES Row One: HALL, CAROL P., QFLDQ Wetumpka, Arts and Science, HALL, EDWARD R., Ur.D, Greensburo, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . HALL, JOE B., Ur.D, Birming- ham, Arts and Science, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . HALL, JUDITH A., fSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Zeta Taw Alpha . . . HALL, KENNETH B., Ur.D, Phenix City, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . HALL, KATHRINE B., Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . HALL, ROGER, A., Ur.D, Oxford, Engineering, Theta Tau . . . HALL, SAMUEL J., Cl-7'r.D, Ash- ford, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . HALL, SANDRA D., CFr.D, Northport, Education . . . HALLBERG, DONNA R., CSoph.D, Orlando, Florida, Education, Phi Mu . . . HALLETT NATHAN C., CFr.D, Huntsville, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . HALLFORD, ERNEST W., CSoph.D, McKenzie, Education . . . HAL- SELL, JANIE, CSoph.D, Lon Guiew, Washington, Arts and Science, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . HAMILTON, ALBERT T., CFr.D, Mobile, Engineering . . . HAMILTON, ERNEST D., Ur.D, Huntsville, Arts and Science, Signia Chi . . . HAMILTON, FRANCES K., Ur.D, Pell City, Home Economics, Delta Zata . . . HAMILTON, JOHN W., Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . HAMILTON, LOU A., fFr.D, Decatur, Home Economics, Delta Delta Delta . . . HAMILTON, RICHARD D., fSoph.D, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HAMLETT, ROSA G., fFr.D, Orrville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta. Row Two: HAMM, COLEMAN D., CFr.D, Hartford, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . HAMM, DELORES, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HAMMOCK, JERRIANNE, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Science, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HAMN, GEORGIA M., CSoph.D, Montgomery, Chemistry, Phi Mu . . . HAMMER, ANN S., CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Science, Delta Zata . . . HAMNER, BOBBY J., CSoph.D, Northport, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HAMNER, RONALD P., Ur.D, Northport, Education, Chi Phi . . . HAMPTON, MARY E., fSoph.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Education . . . HANAS, PETER A., QFr.D, Rochester, New York, Engineering . . . HANBY, JUDITH A., Ur.D, Gadsden, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HANCE, LETHA M., Ur.D, Hunts- ville, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HANCOCK, LAURA K., CFr.D, Fairfax, Arts and Science . . . HANDLEY, LEE H., CSoph.D, Com- merce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . HAND- WERGER, JUDY E., fSoph.D, Education, Mobile, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . HANEY, F. MICHAEL, CFr.D, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Beta Theta Pi . . . HANEY GAYLE, Ur.D, Melvin, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HANEY, MERRITT W., Athens, Engineering, Ur.D . . . HANKINS, JUNE L., CSoph.D, Education, Hamilton, Phi Mu . . . HANLEY, JOHN O., Ur.D, Gaines- ville, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega . . . HANNA, BARBARA J., CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences. How Three: HANNA, JANE LYNN, CFr.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HANNAN, CHARLES J., CFL , Scotia, New York, Arts and Sciences . . . HANSON, MARY, KFI. , Oneonta, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . HARBERT, CAROLE ANN, CFr.D, Springiield, Virginia, Nursing . . . HARBISON, ANTHONY BRANDON, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . HARBUCK, JAMES MADISON, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . HARD, IV, JAMES H., Ur.D, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . HARDEN, SANDRA ANN, fFr.D, Dothan, Nursing . . . HARDIE, III, SAM U., CFr.D, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HARDIEJOXVSKI, ALEE, CSoph.D, Port Arthur, Ontario, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . HARDIN, JAMES CLEON, fSoph.D, Carbon Hill, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HARDIN, PATRICIA ANN, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . 'Q- ,SX-Q .T E I kg - K T 5 i :N ef QS 1.x l K D my w Zpif W W1 52 . , ,D .Y 1, .. ,.- .Jw 4 Z m N D ..,., A .. U , 3 .. ,:,,. ., , Page 332 HARDISM, SANDRA, CFr.l, Huntsville, Education . . . HAFDWICK, MELVA JANE, CFLD, Alabaster, Arts and Sciences . . . HARDY, JAMES EDWIN, CFr.j, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . HARDY, SAMUEL KERNS, CFr.D, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . HARDY, SIDNEY EWING, CFr.l, Gads- den, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . HARE, NICHOLAS STALLWORTH, CJr.l, Monroeville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . HARGROVE, ALAN THOMAS, CF1'.l, Tuscaloosa, Com- merce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . HARMON, SIDNEY D., QFLJ, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: HARRELL, CYNTHIA SUE, fJr.l, Sun Prairie, Wis- consin, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . I-IARRINGTON, CHARLES WILLIAM, CJr.l, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . HARRIS, CAROLYN JANE, CSoph.l, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HARRIS, DAN MCDUFFIE, fJr.l, New Boston, Texas, Education . . . HARRIS, JERRY LEWIS, fSoph.l, Fairfax, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HARRIS, JIMMY CARL, CSoph.l, Fairfield, Arts and Sciences . . . HARRIS, LAURA OLIVIA, CJr.D, Ehnore, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . HARRIS, LINDA MYRLE, CFr.l, Beatrice, Home Eco- nomics . . . HARRIS, MARY BLEVINS, QSoph.l, WinHeld, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Omega . . . HARRIS, MICHAEL LEE, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . HARRIS, PATRICIA DIANE, fJr.l, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . HARRIS, III, SAMUEL JUDSON, CSoph.l, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi . . . HARRIS THOMAS LAXSON, CJr.l, Gulf Breeze, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Aciacia . . . HARRIS, WILLIAM DANIEL, CFr.D, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . HARRISON, BARBARA A., CJr.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . , HARRISON BENTON FOY, fJr.J, Dothan,, Commerce and Business Administration, 7 7 sigma Nu . . . HARRISON, DON LAVANCE, CFr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . HARRISON, JOHN RUTLAND, CJr.l, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . HARRISON, JUDY EVE, CFr.l, Birmingham, Home Economics, Phi Mu . . . HARRISON, IgIARTI-IA SUE, CJr.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi mega. How Five: HARRISON, RICHARD TERRY, fSoph.l, Frisco City, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HARRISON, RUDOLPH, QJr.J, Marion, Education, Alpha Tau Omega . . . HARRISON, SUSAN LEIGH, QFLJ, Enterprise, Arts and Sciences . . . HARRISON, SUZ- ANNE, QSoph.l, Eufaula, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HARRISON, VIRGINIA AMELIA, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . HARRISON, WILLIAM GRADY, CSoph.l, Thomasville- 7 Commerce and Business Administration . . . HARSANY, GRETCHEN, CSoph.l, Birmingham, Education . . . HART, KENNETH CHARLES, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . HARTLEY, DEAN CARLISLE, QFLJ, Birmingham, Engineering . . . HARTLEY, PAUL RICHARD, fJr.l, Greenville, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Sigma Nu . . . HARTSELLE, DIANNA REBECCA, QJ1'.l, Hartselle, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . HARTSFIELD, CHRISTOPHER GUY, CFLD, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Ka pa Sigma . . . HAR- VELL, RICHARD EUGENE, fFr.l, Birmingliam, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HARWELL, TERRY, CSoph.l, Fayette, Education, Chi Omega . . . I-IASKELL, PATTI LOUISE, fFr.l, Hunts- ville, Home Economics . . . HASKINS, JUDY ANN, CFr.l, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Omega . . . HASSON, ESTHER, fSoph,J, Montgomery, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . HASTIE, CLARA JO, CSoph.l, Stockton, Home Economics . . . HASTY, DIANA DuPONT, fJr.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . HATCH, DAVID G., fJr.l, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma C i. X Page 333 - APSTONE COEDS have been known to grumble about such things as late minutes, restrictions, cur- fews, and such, but if they were faced with the 'TW strict rules their forerunners had, there would probably be a revolt in AWS before nightfall. In 1901, the fourteen young ladies who were students at Alabama were required to Wear long black robes and match- ing caps in order not to excite any of the males. They could Row One: HATCH, MARIAN LINDLEY: CFr.J: MacDill Air Force Base, Florida: Home Economics: Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . HATTON, JOAN MICHELLE: QFr.J: New York, New York: Education . . . HAUN, CHARLES A.: CJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences: Chi Phi . . . HAUSER, SYDNEY RHODES: tJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sci- ences . . . HAVARD, JAMES RONALD: QJr.J: Daphne: Engineering . . . HAVARD, PAULA CLAIRE: CSoph.J: Mobile: Education: Delta Gamma . . . HAVARD, ROSS CAMP: CFLJ: Mobile: Arts and Sciences: Delta Tau Delta . . . I-IAVER, PEGGY DIANE: CJr.J: Chilclersburg: Education: Delta Zeta . . . HAVVES, RUSSELL FRANCIS: QSoph.J': Bayou La Batre: Arts and Sciences: Pi Kappa Phi . . . I-IAVVKINS, DONALD GARY: fSopli.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences. Row Two: HAVVKINS, GEORGE MONROE: CFr.J: Grove I-Iill: Engineering . . . HAWLEY, MARY BEVERLY: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Home Economics . . . HAYDEN, JR, RALPH PRESTON: CJr.J: Tusca- loosa: Chemistry . . . HAYES, GEORGE MARLAND: QFr.J: Birming- ham: Arts and Sciences . . . HAYES, I-IARRIET CECILIA: tFr.J: Kellyton: Education . . . HAYES, JAMES PATRICK: CFr.J: Brewton: Engineering: Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . HAYES, PAMELA CAROL: QSoph.J: I-Ialeyville: Arts and Sciences . . . HAYES, PATRICIA ANNE: fFr.J: Hartford: Education . . . HAYES, PATRICIA LANE: CFr.J: Thorsby: Education . . . HAYNIE, REBECCA GAIL: CFr.J: Pike Road: Education: Chi Omega. Row Three: HAYS, ELEANOR CARNEY: QFr.J: Camden: Educa- tion: Delta Gamma . . . HAYS, MARY MALLETTE: CSoph.J: Birm- ingham: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Delta Pi . . . HAYS, WVILLIAM HENRY: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business Administra- tion: Lambda Chi Alpha . . . HAZZARD, MENA HALL: fFr.J: Birming- ham: Arts and Sciences: Delta Delta Delta . . . HEACOCK, JAMES A.: QFLJ: Coral Gables, Florida: Arts and Sciences . . . HEAD, ANN C.: QFr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences: Delta Delta Delta . . . HEARD, MERRILL T.: QFr.J: Cherokee: Engineering: Phi Gamma Delta . . . I-IEATON, RICHARD B.: CFLJ: Gadsden: Commerce and Business Administration: Phi Sigma Kappa . . . HEBSON, LYNDA JANE: CFr,J: Alexander City: Education: Alpha Chi Omega . . . I-IENDRICK, KATHERINE KENDALL: fSoph.J: Nashville, Tennes- see: Home Economics: Kappa Delta. Row Four: HEEKIN, MARY MALISSA: fFr.J: Montgomery: Nurs- ing . . . HEERMANS, ELIZABETH ANN: CFr.J: Anniston: Educa- tion: Chi Omega . . . HEETER, BARBARA JO: CSOph.J: Grand Bay: Arts and Sciences . . . HELLER, STEPHEN ALAN: CFLJ: Mont- gomery: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . HELMER, CLYDE ARTHUR: CSoph.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business Administration . . . HELMS, JR., HARLOD A.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences . . . HENDERSON, HILIARY HERBERT: CJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences . . . HENDERSON, MARGARET GENA: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Education: Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HENDERSON, THOMAS ELBERT: QFr.J: Prattville: Engineering . . . HENDON, SANDRA GAYLE: fFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences. Row Five: HENDRIX, CYNTHIA JANE: CFr.J: Blountsville: Edu- cation . . . HENDRIX, JAMES DONALD: CSoph.J: Russellville: Com- merce and Business Administration . . . HENRY, CAROL ANNE: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Nursing . . . HENRY, MARY SUSAN: Fr. : Birmingham: Arts and Sciences . . . HENRY, SUELLEN: lFr.l: Lafayette: Education . . . HENSH, SETH J.: CFr.J: Biloxi, Mississippi: Engineering: Zeta Beta Tau . . . HENSON, NEVIN: fFr.J: Centre: Arts and Sciences . . . HENSON, ROBERT MICHAEL: CFr.J: Huntsville: Engineering . . . HERBERT, MARY ANN: CFr.J: Montgomery: Educa- tion: Pi Beta Phi . , . HEREFORD, JOE MACK: fFr.J: Hazel Green: Engineering. not attend dances, parties, or, in fact, any social gatherings of both sexes. Only on Friday and Saturday evenings could they have male visitors, and then only with a chaperon. No coed could walk across campus with a young man. Girls entering Alabama that year received a letter from the president, telling them of the afreedomv they would have. . . you receive here advantages that are open to no other girls in the United Statesf he told them. I Row Six: HEREFORD, MARY KATHRYN: QJr.J: Curley: Home Economics: Chi Omega . . . HERMAN, RONALD O.: CJr.J: Pensacola, Florida: Commerce and Business Administration: Phi Epsilon Pi . . . HERNANDEZ, BOB: CFr.J: Vicksburg, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences: Sigma Chi . . . HERNDON, BARBARA ANN: CFr.J: Abbeville: Education: Alpha Chi Omega . . . HERNDON, RAYMOND STANLEY: QFr.J: Mobile: Commerce and Business Administration: Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . HERRING, DEBORAH DIANTHA: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences: Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HERRING, VANN MAX: CFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business Administration: Beta Theta Pi . . . HERRON, SUZANNE AUGUSTA: CSoph.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . HESS, JR., CHARLES MERRELL: QJr.J: Mobile: Engineering: Sigma Chi . . . HESS, HUNTER M.: QFr.J: Maplesville: Arts and Sciences: Phi Gamma Delta. Row Seven: HESSLER, MITCHELL EUGENE: CFr,J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences . . . HESTER, NANCY A.: CSoph.J: Prichard:::: Arts and Sciences . . . HETHCOX, JAMES H.: CFr.J: Hueytown: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Sigma . . . HEWES, ROBERT STANLEY: QSoph.J: Dothan: Arts and Sciences: Sigma Nu . . . HICKS, CHERRY HANDLEY: QJr.J: Liwerne: Home Economics: Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HICKS, EDDIE B.: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . HICKS, HARRIET: CSoph.D: Gadsden: Home Eco- nomics: Phi Mu . . . HICKS, PATRICIA JEAN: QJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering: Delta Gamma . . . HIGDON, JAMES HAL: CJLJ: Mc- Kenzie: Commerce and Business Administration . . . HIGGIN- BOTHAM, PATRICIA ANNE: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Home Eco- nomics: Alpha Chi Omega. How Eight: HIGGINS, JOHN BRITT: CFr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences: Theta Chi . . . HIGGINS, JUDITH CLAIRE: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Education: Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HIGGINS, LINDA MOREE: QFr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences . . . HIGGINS, MARY LEONA: CFr.J: Columbiana: Arts and Sciences . . . HIGGINS, RONALD CLARENCE: fSoph.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences . . . HIGHTOXVER, JAMES ALBERT: CFr.D: Montgomery: Arts and Sci- ences . . . I-IILDRETH, RODGER PAUL: CSoph.J: Brundidge: Arts and Sciences: Theta Xi . . . HILL, ANNETTE: CFr.J: Carrollton: Arts and Sciences . . . HILL, DEZ RAY: CFr.J: Shreveport, Louisiana: Commerce and Business Administration: Pi Kappa Alpha . . . HILL, EVELYN SANDRA: CFr.J: Rock Island, Illinois: Nursing. Row Nine: HILL, HARIET B., and Sciences: Delta Delta Delta . . lusa, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences Gadsden: Education . . . HILL, Beach, Florida Arts and Sciences EDWARD DOWLING: qsoprrpi CFr.J: Tullahoma, Tennessee: Arts HILL, JANE ALESE: CFr.D: Boga- . . HILL, JOAN MARIE: CSoph.J: SHELLEY DONNA: fFr.J: Palm Sigma Delta Tau . . . HILLARD, Mobile: Arts and Sciences: Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . HILLARD, STELLA DONA: CJr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . HILLHOUSE, JAMES HUGH: CFr.J: Birmingham: Education . . . HINESLEY, JOSEPH D.: CFr.J: Huntsville: Commerce and Business Administration: Sigma Chi . . . HINDS, STEPHEN CECIL: CFr.J: Gadsden: Arts and Sciences: Theta Xi . . . HINSON, JR., HUGH JEFFERSON: fJr.J: Excel: Com- merce and Business Administration. Row Ten: HINSON, JOHN MICHAEL: fFr.J: Brewton: Arts and Sciences . . . HIRSCH, M. RICHARD: CSoph.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences: Phi Epsilon Pi . . . HITT, MEL ROBERT: CJr.J: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business Administration . . . HITZMAN, MARCIA ANNE: CSoph.J: Pensacola, Florida: Nursin : Kappa Delta . . . HJL- MAR, JR., SOINI KOSKI: fFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Engineering . . . HOBBS, BEVERLY JEAN: CFLJ: Binningham: Education: Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HOBBS, TOMMY R.: CSoph.J: Hue town: Arts and Sci- ences . . . HODNETTE, FRANK BROOKS: CJLJ: Pensacola, Florida: Arts and Sciences: Sigma Nu . . . HODNETT, MARTHA LEE: CFr.J: Alexander City: Education: Pi Beta Phi . . . HODNETT, SHERRY HELEN: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Education. Page 334 xv W "N x - ,.,,, . g ' A , V 2 51 wygv R 9 , " ' X0 'X N 4 y u., W .r , xg "5 UNDERGRADUATE W L 2 E X ig UNDERGRADUATE r Nw ,M f 1 A lf gh. ..,. A 5x f, w ,J X XS Q L S sg To fi ' a M gif Q 44' , s Sv 0 X W1 Al.,-X f, ,.wV,Xwf3 X x x . f i 4- . ff 4. 1 em. 7 ME 4 if 'Q - , ,+C ...f Q :Q ., 4 1. ' 3 Q A , 4 14 ' x' nv , 4? . 'v ,N VF- 45 , 0. E A.. , .. g , X, . x - rc- - Q Y ' V "yin A w V I I. ' , 'a A sl. :sf :J Jlwl! x r F, ,.., -x . --AL 41 135 x?? 45 6 W 4- 1. if 0 x 7: I-3 gg X A . , . x Q 9 ... ,pa I x 5. 1, ,. U A 4,f,afx74 an 1. ldv' my - "7 .,, ,,. Q 6- 1 Ii fh- mx qw N N X I ,gil il Q ws, Q-'ix M ' t w.Nx.:" " N. X A X Ei,, , , , . -1 M. . -A ..,xrgif.,. vm , X -we X J X, S. Page 336 C S -QS 4v Qgfw Si, J SSH.. Xf f W sg k Q.. X I Hai' L5 X S- Row One: I-IOFER, LLOYD MARTIN, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . HOFFMAN, PAULA SUE, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . HOGG, JOHN LAWRENCE, QSoph.D, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . HOIT, LARRY DALE, QJr.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . HOLADAY, DELANDY BUTLER, QSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . l-IOLBROOK, CHERLY DIANNE, iFr.D, Mobile, Education . . . I-IOLCOMBE, RAY ALAN, iFr.D, Trussville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HOL- COMBE, THOMAS HENRY, CFr.D, Enterprise, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . HOLDER, JR., KENNETH ROY, CSoph.D, Fackler, Arts and Sciences . . . HOLLAND, HIRAN WELDON, CJr.D, Montgomery, Engineering. Row Two: HOLLAND, KATHLEEN MACLIN, CFr.D, Memphis, Tennessee, Education . . . HOLLAND, REBECCA LEIGH, CFr.D, Anniston, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . I-IOLLEY, BETTY JO, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . HOLLEY, JOHN MICH- AEL, CJr.D, Clarksville, Texas, Education . . . HOLLEY, NETTA TUTWILER, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HOLLINGER, JR., LOUIS RANDALL, fFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sci- ences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . HOLLINGSWORTH, BEVERLY ANN, CFr.D, Anniston, Arts and Sciences . . . HOLLINGSWORTH, CHARLES EDWARD, QJr.D, Fayette, Arts and Sciences . . . HOLLINGSWORTH, DAVID MICHAEL, CEr.D, Boaz, Arts and Sciences . . . HOLLOWVAY, JOSEPH FREDERICK, QFr.D, Lees- burg, Engineering. Row Three: HOLMAN, KAREN CHRISTINE, CFr.D, Huntsville, Engineering . . . HOLMAN, ROBERT LEWIS, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . HOLMAN, SUSAN KAY, fFr.D, Evergreen, Arts and Sciences . . . HOLMES, ELIZABETH ELLISON, CSoph.D, Abbeville, Nursing . . . HOLMES, GUYLENE ELIZABETH, fFr.D, Birmingham, Education . . . HOLMES, JANET KAY, fJr.D, Sylacayga, Education . . . HOLMES, MARY ANNE, QFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . HOLMSTOCK, TREILA DUREEN, CFr.D, Leeds, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . HOLSOMBECK, GLENN BARRY, fFr.D, Birmingham, Engineering . . . HOLSTON, KAY, CSoph.D, Alexandria, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Four: HOLSTON, MARY KATHA, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . HOLT, GEORGE CARTER, CFr.D, Fordyce, Arkansas, Engineering . . . HOLTER, ROBERT LAW- RENCE, CSoph.D, Cincinnati, Ohio, Education, Sigma Chi . . . HOOD, ROBERT LEE, QJr.D, Anniston, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Pi Kappa Phi . . . HOOD, RONALD EUGENE, CFr.D, Oxford, Arts and Sciences . . . HOOKER, MARY ADELAIDE, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . HOOLE, ELIZABETH STANLEY, QJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . HOOP, HERBERT MICHAEL, CJr.D, Huntsville, Engineering . . . HOPE, BEVERLY JOY, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . HOOPER, SUE REINEY, CSoph.D, Selma, Education. Row Five: HOOPER, ROBERT L., CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . HOPPER, VANDA CHERYL, CFr.D, McComb, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . HOP- PERS, JR., WILLIAM JOSEPH, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . HOPSON, BETSY JEAN, CJr.D, La- Grange, Georgia, Education . . . HORN, CAROL, fJr.D, Columbiana, Engineering . . . HOLSTON, KAY, QSoph.D, Alexandria, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha. Education, Phi Mu . . . HORN, MARY CATHERINE, CFr.D, Birming- ham, Home Economics . . . HORN, WALTER JULIAN, CJr.D, Tusca- loosa, Engineering, Phi Kappa Epsilon . . . HORNADY, ELIZABETH C., CFr.D, Talladega, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . HORNE, KENNETH CARLTON, CJr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . HORNER, HORACE H., fSoph.D, Pensacola, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega. AVE YOU EVER VVALKED across the quadrangle on a balmy April or May evening and heard the faint sound ot cadence being counted? If you WMWI havenit, then you probably did not listen closely enough. Legend has it that the ghosts of all the University students who were killed fighting for the South during the War Between the States return to march on their old drill tield in the cool of spring evenings. And if you listen hard Row Six: HORNER, MARCO ELIZABETH, QFr.D, Alexandria Virginia, Education . . . HOSTY, LYNN MARIE, tFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . HOUCK, GENEVA OKBRIEN, fJr.D, Birming- ham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HOUCK, ROSE MARY, QFr.D- Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . HOUSTON, GAIL MAX- INE, CSoph.D, Goodwater, Chemistry, Phi Mu . . . HOUSTON, KENNETH J., CJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . HOUSTON, SAM L., tSoph.D, Fort Payne, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HOWARD, CHARLES DUNCAN, CFr.D, Dothan, Education . . . HOWARD, EDWIN GHOLSON, QJr.D, Tus- cumbia, Engineering, Kappa Alpha . . . HOWARD, LAURA JUNE- CJr.D, Jackson, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta. 1 7 : Row Seven: HOWARD, LILLY BELLE, QJr.D, Springfield, Pa,, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . HOWARD, LINDA KAY, QFr.D, Gadsden, Home Economics . . . HOWARD, TERRY EDWARD, CJr.D, Muscle Shoals, Arts and Sciences . . . HOWARD, JR., THOMAS ALBERT, QSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . HOWELL, DOROTHY ANNE, CJr.D, Eutaw, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HOWELL, GLENN MICHAEL, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . HOWELL, LYNDA JO, CSoph.D, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . HOWZE, RUTH B., QFr.D, Marion, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HUBBARD, III, CARL JOHN, iJr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Kappa Sigma . . . HUBBARD, JUDITH LYNN, QFr.D, Huntsville, Nursing. Row Eight: HUBBARD, PATRICIA ANN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Edu- cation . . . HUBBUCH, MARTHA E., CSoph.D, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . HUDGINS, LESTER PATTERSON, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . HUDSON, BETTYE LOU, CFr.D, Montgomery, Education . . . HUDSON, JOAN CLAIRE, QSoph.D, Jackson, Home Economics . . . HUDSON, JOHN TURNER, tJr.D, Auburn, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . HUDSON, KATHERINE FRAZER, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HUDSON, LARRY L., CFr.D, Birmingham, Engineering . . . HUDSON, RONALD NELSON, QFr.D, Tuscumbia, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . HUDSON, WILLIAM D., fSoph.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi. Row Nine: HUEY, BARRY EUGENE, CJr.D, Hueytown, Arts and Sciences . . . HUFFMAN, III, REUEL LUTHER, fSoph.D, Tusca- loosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HUGGINS, MICH- AEL JASON, CFr.D, Cullman, Arts and Sciences . . . HUGHES, GENNA DIANA, fFr. D, Falls Church, Virginia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HUGHES, PATRICIA MERLE, CFr.D, Decatur, Education . . . HUGHES, JACKIE ALEXANDER, CSoph.D, WinHeld, Education . . . HUGHES, SARAH ELIZABETH, CSoph.D, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . HUGHES, JR., WINFIELD, SCOTT, iJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HUGHEY, GREGORY REES, QFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . HUGHEY, JAMES FLETCHER, CJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Row Ten: HUCULEY, FRANCES SHEAN, iSoph.D, Lafayette, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . HUCULEY, LINDA ELIZABETH, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Nursing . . . HULGAN, WANDA JOAN, CJr.D, Cross- ville, Arts and Sciences . . . HULSEY, CHARLES LYNN, CSoph.D, Culhnan, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HULTQUIST, PAULA MARIE, QFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . HUMBER, MARY ANGELA, iFr.D, Fayette, Home Economics . . . HUMPHREYS, ROBERT THOMAS, CFr.D, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi . , . HUMPHRIES, PHILLIP EDWARD, CFr.D, Cedar Bluff, Engineering . . . HUNT, ANSLEY H., CJr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . HUNT, III, FREDERICK S., QFr.D, Decatur, Com- merce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha. I enough you can hear the frail J melody of the iifes and the strident throb of far-away drums. VVhen the music stops there is the interminable counting of cadence . . . ca- dence .... Pcge 337 'f'i54i T -. -V: ,t 3 . ' t A X -:Q " , J 5 A f 'X i i'. Plow One: HUNT, MILDRED ALMA, CFr.D, Fort XValton Beach, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HUNT, NOR- MAN R., tFr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HUNTER, BILL IVEY, CFr.D, Dothan, Arts and Sciences . . . HUN- TER, CHARLES BOYETTE, tFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . HUNTER, JR., ROBERT TURNER, tFr.D, Dc- catur, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . HUR- LEY, MARY ANN, CSoph.D, Miami, Florida, Home Economics . . . HURLIMAN, SHARON ANN, Ur.D, Birmingham, Education . . . HURST, JR., JOHN COLON, Ur.D, Opp, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . HURTT, PATSY, CSoph.D, Choctaw, Arts and Sciences . . . HUST, JR., WILBOR JOSEPH, tSoph.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kapp Sigma . . . HUTCHISON, EDNVARD NORMAN, CFr.D, Benton, Arkansas, Engineering . . . HUTCHINSON, MARY DENNISE, QFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . HUTH- NANCE, JR., GUY THOMAS, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . HUTSON, MELVIN ROBERT, CFr.D, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HUTSON, REBECCA LOUISE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . HUTTO, JR., JACK HOOVER, Ur.D, Ozark, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . HUTTO, JAMES L., tSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . HUVER, JACQUE- LINE KAYE, CSoph.D, Hastings, Michigan, Education . . . HYCHE, CHARLES ROGERS, Ur.D, Jasper, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . HYDE, CECIL J., CFr.D, Ohatchee, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: HYDEN, SHERRY DIANE, CFr.D, Pensacola, Florida, Education . . . HYNSON, GERALD RALPH, CSoph.D, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . IMI-IOF, JOE A., CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . INGALLS, CHARLES EDGAR, Ur.D, Hunts- ville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . INGE, INDIA RAYE, CFr.D, Mobile, Education, Kappa Delta . . . INGRAM, FREIDA UNDERGRADUATE sv if Qs, Wk-KN, ' , . 'A Q1 X J Pl fb Y' N- - ask! is X , xy, , x B. ' Q-, I L , i JANE, tFr.D, Pinson, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . INGRAM, JOHN LEE, tFr. D, Jasper, Arts and Sciences . . . INGRAM MARGARET ELIZABETH, tFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . INGRAM, MARK CLARK, tSoph,D, Cullman, Arts and Sciences . . . INMAN, JR., EDXVARD LEE, CFr.D, Gallatin, Tennessee, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . INMAN, JOHN GARTHEL, QFr.D, Jackson, Tennessee, Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . IPPOLITO, FRANK, CFr.D, Birm- ingham, Arts and Sciences . . . IRVIN, GILBERT E., CFr.D, Kellyton, Engineering . . . ISACOFF, STEPHEN, CFr.D, Charleston, XVest Virginia, Art and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . ISBELL, JUANITA OCTAVIA, tFr.D, Tuscumbia, Education . . . ISENBERG, JANICE, Ur.D, Birmingham, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . IVERSON, DONNA JEANNE, tSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . IVEY, RICHARD DOUGLAS, CSoph.D, Jasper, Arts and Sciences . . . IVEY, SARAH JOANNA, CFr.D, Monroeville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . IVEY, S. LYNN, CFr.D, Dora, Home Economics. Row Three: IVY, LARRY WAYNE, Ur.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . JACKSON, JR., ALTO LOFTIN, tFr.D, Clio, Arts and Sciences . . . JACKSON, ANDREW XV., CSoph.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Lambda Chi . . . JACKSON, JERRY ALAN, CFr.D, Calera, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Signa . . . JACKSON, JERRY WALTER, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Engineering . . . JACKSON, LARRY KENT, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Engineering . . . JACKSON, LYNDA DIANE, tFr.D, Russellville, Arts and Sciences . . . JACKSON, MARGARET ANN, Ur.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Delta Delta . . . JACK- SON, PEARL NORTON, Ur.D, Clio, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . JACKSON, PHILLIP RONALD, tSoph.D, Alexander City, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . JACKSON, ROBERT HEMPSTEAD, tSoph.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . JACKSON, SUZANNE Marie, CFr.J, Ozark, Arts and Sciences . . . JACKSON, WILLIAM HENRY, CFLD, Talladega, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . JACOBS, RICHARD ALLEN, CJr.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Kappa Alpha . . . JACQUEMIN, III, CHARLES JOSEPH, fJr.J, Trussville, Engineering . . . JAMISON, JOHN ALEXANDER, CJr.J, Birrningham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . JANDEBEUR, THOMAS SCHROEDER, fJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . JARMAN, D. MICHAEL, CFLJ, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . JARRETT, JOHN GUY, CSoph.J, F airiield, Education . . . JAR- RETT, PAMELA DAWN, CJr.J, Atlanta, Georgia, Education, Alpha Chi Omega. Row Four: JARVIS, NORA ANN, CFLJ, Grand Bay, Arts and Sciences . . . JEFFCOAT, MARTHA ENID, CFLJ, Birmingham, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . JEFFERY, MARIE SHIRLEY, tFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . JEFF- ERY, JR., WALLACE GARNER, CFr.J, Athens, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . JEFFERY, WANDA KAY, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . JENCKS, WALTER C., CJr.J, Panama City, Florida, Education, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . JENK- INS, DARYL ALTA, tFr.D, Meridian, Mississippi, Education, Alpha Xi Delta . . . JENKINS, JUNE SANFORD, CJr.J, Boaz, Education . . . IENKINS, VIRGINIA NAN, QFLJ, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . JENNINCS, WILLIAM VAUCHN, CFLJ, Mont- gomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . IENSEN, MILDREN REBECCA, CFLJ, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . JERNIGAN, FRANCES SUE, CSoph.J, Mobile, Home Economics . . . JERNIGAN, KAY ELAINE, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . JESSEE, JR., JAMES ROBERT, CSOph.J, Bartow, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . JESTER, BETTY IOS fSoph.J, Cullman, Education . . . JESTER, THOMAS WILLSON, flf-J, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . JETER, ROBERT PERRY, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . JOHNSEY, JUDITH ANN, CFLJ, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . JOHNSON, CAROLYN ELIZABETH, CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . JOHNSON, CAROLYN JOAN, CFr.J, Arab, Arts and Sciences. Row Five: JOHNSON, DREW MICHAEL, CSoph.J, Demopolis, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . JOHNSON, EMILY MARIE, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . JOHNSON, FRED MICHAEL, CSoph.J, Millport, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . JOHNSON, JUDITH EMILY, CSoph.J, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . JOHNSON, LANA DAWN, CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . JOHNSON, LESLIE ANNE, tSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . JOHNSON, LINDA CAROL, fFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Delta Zeta . . . JOHNSON, NANCY CLYDE, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Home Economics, Kappa Delta . . . JOHNSON, ORSON LUCIUS, tSoph.J, Hardaway, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . JOHNSON, RANDALL JAMES, CFr.J, Hartselle, Arts and Sci- ences, Theta Chi . . . JOHNSON, RICHARD DALLAS, CF'r.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . JOHNSON, RONALD K., CSoph.J, Columbus, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . JOHNSON, SANDRA JANECE, CFr.J, Henagar, Arts and Sciences . . . JOHNSON, SUSAN LYNNE, CFr.J, Stockton, Cali- fornia, Nursing . . . JOHNSON, WILMA SUE, CSoph.J, Northport, Education . . . JOHNSON, WARREN TYSON, CJLJ, Tuscumbia, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . JOHNSTON, CAROLYN GAIL, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . JOHNSTON, HELEN DUBOIS, fJr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . JOHNSTON, JOHN SAMUEL, CSoph.J, Weaver, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . JOHNSTON, MERRILL ESTES, CFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Phi Delta Theta. Page 339 UNDERGRADUATE Row One: JOHNSTON, MICHAEL RALPH, CFr.J, Clanton, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . JONES, AWANDA SHARRON, Fr. , Clanton, Home Economics . . . JONES, DANIEL EDWARD, Fr. , Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . JONES, DAVID WILLIAM MCOREGOR, CFr.J, Selma, Am and sciences . . . JONES, DOROTHY ANN, CSOph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . JONES, ELLEN DOUGLAS, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . JONES, ERIC, CJr.J, Waddoniield, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences . . . JONES, JR., FRED THOMAS, QFLJ, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . JONES, GEORGE HUGH, CJLJ, Springfield, Virginia, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . JONES, HALEYANN, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . JONES, HANEY RANDALL, CFLJ, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . JONES, HARRIETTE LORINE, CSOph.J, Birming- ham, Home Economics, Alpha Delta Pi . . . JONES, JR., JAMES ALEXANDER, CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . JONES, JAN, CJLJ, Montgomery, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . JONES, JOHN PAUL, fJr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . JONES, JOHN LARRY, CSoph.J, Selma, Engineering, Phi Delta Theta . . . JONES, JOHN MICHAEL, fEr.J, Sheiield, Engineering . . . JONES, JUDITH ANNE, CSoph.J, Alexandria, Virginia, Education, Ka pa Kappa Gamma . . . JONES, KAREN ELIZABETH, CFr.J, vaiiey Head, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Chi Omega , . . JONES, LINDA GAIL, lJr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences. How Two: JONES, MARGARET MAGRUDER, CSoph.J, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . JONES, MARTHA CAROL, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Delta Zeta . . . JONES, MARY HENRI, fSoph.J, Ashford, Education . . . JONES, MARY JANE, CJLJ, Jasper, Education . . . JONES, PAUL DOUGLAS, QFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . JONES, PHILLIP DOUGLAS, . yr- ' ,- - ,- gy' l L S 1 1 D i V 4, ' J i -1 , t' r ag. ,M . 5 aw q.,,'.?N,i , -, us., t ,s,. . ,u ,. we ,1fs..Ya- 1 mi .N-,vs 'asm f V Y ,. ,N R if Y M 1 IN it ifNfe',14'. K2 . , -Q.. , ,Ak 'N i .f ' J f . A Q I Q i Nc v QFLJ, Goodsprings, Education . . . JONES, RICHARD OWENS, QSoph.J, Brewton, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Al ha . . . JONES, ROBERT WILKINSON, qsophq, Greenviue, EclJucatiOn . . . JONES, III, SAM WALTER, CFLQ, Atlanta, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . JONES, SANDRA LEE, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . JONES, WILLIAM P., CFLJ, Birmingham, Chemistry . . . JORDAN, ANNA MARY, QSoph.J, Demopolis, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . JORDAN, DIANA, CFLJ, Birmingham, Home Economics, Chi Omega . . . JORDAN, DONALD RAY, CJr.J, Com- merce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . JORDAN, ELIZABETH EVANS, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kap- pa Kappa Gamma . . . JORDAN, JON MERRITT, KFLJ, Montgom- ery, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . JORDAN, JAMES LARRY, QFLJ, Birmingham, Engineering . . . JORDAN, MARY ELLA, CFLJ, Mobile, Home Economics, Chi Omega . . . JORDAN, JR., MORTIMER H., CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . JORDAN, PATRICIA ANN, fFr.J, Pell City, Education, Alpha Delta Pi. Row Three: JOSEPH, ANDRE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences . . . JOWERS, LEONARD JAMES, fFr.J, Selma, Arts and Sciences . . . JUDD, HORACE THOMAS, CJr.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . JUDD, JEAN NYMAR, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . JULIAN, KARYL ANNE, CJr.J, Cookeville, Tennessee, Chemistry . . . JUNKINS, VICKY LYN, CFr.J, Kennedy, Education . . . JUSTICE, JAMES TERRY, CSOph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . KAIN, CAROL LOUISE, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . KAIN, JAMES EDMUND, lSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Chi Phi . . . KAISER, DENNIS MASON, CFr.J, Roselle, New Jersey, Engineering, Delta Tau Delta . . . KAPLAN, SID, CJr.J, Alexandria, Louisiana, Com- ax ee . wiggilgi ' ' s, .cy X .: :az 3- I 'Cf I J, A it ,S ,I .,.. - K Q, ,X Wea . - r- -f ,, N x X'X rs- Q - N f i t gs ragga, ri a ' , . vi-I Xi? f I . ,,,, , f Q asbi K gig RN, , xl il I " Y S .,,, at Page 340 A 5 'L it ls. 'X ff .Q xtfgx 'P I v is- ' If if X K merce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . KAPSIMALIS, MICHAEL FRANK, CFLD, Rye, New Hampshire, Education . . . KARAGAN, PHILLIP P., CFr.Q, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . KARPE, SUZANNE, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . KAR- PINSKI, ARLENE MARY, QSoph.J, Media, Pennsylvania, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . KASSACK, HAROLD JAY, CFr.J, Woodbourne, New York, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . KATZ, JULIAN, CFLJ, Monroeville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . KAUFMAN, RISA PEARL, QSoph.Q, Great Neck, New York, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau . . . KAYLOR, STEPHEN REYNOLDS, fFr.J, Decatur, Arts and Sciences . . . KEARNS, VIR- GINIA A., CSoph.J, Mobile, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Row Four: KEENAN, ROSEMARY, 1Fr.D, Runnemede, New Jersey, Nursing . . . KEENE, HOLLIS L., CFLJ, Plant City, Florida, Engineer- ing . . . KEENUM, KATHY DIANNE, QFLD, Gadsden, Education . . . KEISTER, JUDY, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . KELLEY, JR., JAMES FREDERICK, CSoph.D, Enterprise, Arts and Sciences . . . KELLEY, JANET M., CJr.D, Blossburg, Education . . . KELLEY, JOSEPH GUY, CJr.l, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . KELLEY, KATHRYNE WILNA, fSoph.J, Union- town, Education, Kappa Delta . . . KELLEY, PHILLIP BARRY, CJr.l, Albertville, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . KELLEY, SUSAN OLIPHANT, CSOph.D, Mobile, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . KELLY, PATRICIA, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . KELLY, PAMELA LOUISE, CFL 5 Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . KELLY, JR., ROBERT J., fFr. , Prattville, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . KELTNER, PAMELA DEAN, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . KEMP, CYNTHIA MIRANDA, CFr.l, Lookout Mtn., Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . KEMP, DONALD RAY, ULD, Huntsville, Engineering . . . KENDALL, TOMMY I-I., CSoph.J, "" 9 5f"1Qs xlraf ff . f c. - Q gxgugv-W-R .,, kX""w. vs s - wt-.. ' h. i .. ,X i M-we rf. -2 izffsw . f's:fgHg. ."2Y't, tttt it , -, Abi -- ' YP f 1 , Xwsf ' ef it 'xt s Q " - 5 rf-,L ,ap M- -.M t t 'ance .5 r , . W I , AS sr J - , J s 5 A I , .,., EF I '91 .X " ' 'EL Yuki' as X A ---5 f 1'- ' , QNX x E adj xx X YQ -Q K KSN X 'Q X A sv. X I mm X F X iw 3 A A 'AQ- Ne f I Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . KENDRICK, BARBARA LOUISE, CSoph.D, Robertsdale, Commerce and Business Administration . . . KENDRICK, LAURA LEE, CFLJ, Birmingham, Education, A1 ha Chi Omega . . . KENDRICK, LEONARD GILBERT, CJr.J, Garlanci Arts and Sciences. Row Five: KENDRICK, SHIRLEY MAE, CSOph.D, Birmingham, Education . . . KENNEDY, CHERYL LYNN, CFLJ, Birmingham, Education . . . KENNEDY, DOUGLAS FORD, CJr.l, Fairhope, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . KENNEDY, JR., JAMES E., CFLD, Hono- lulu, Hawaii, Arts and Sciences . . . KENNEDY, KARON ANN, CSoph.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . KENNEDY, MICHAEL A: CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . KENT, JR., J. GASTON, fSoph.D, Haleyville, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . KEOWN, RONALD WAYNE, fFr.D, Marietta, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . KERLIN, PATRICIA ELAINE, fFr.?, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . KERR, EDWARD LAMAR, Soph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . KERR, HOWARD JAMES, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gam- ma Delta . . . KERR, JON ALAN, CJr.J, Muscle Shoals, Engineering . . . KERR, VALORIE KARLA, CFLJ, Sanderstead Surrey, England, Home Economics . . . KESSLER, MITCHELL EUGENE, CFLJ, Gads- den, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . KEY, BRUCE M., lFr.J, Yardley, Pennsylvania, Arts and Sciences . . . KIKER, GERALD WAYNE, CSoph.D, Adamsville, Arts and Sciences . . . KILGORE, CAROLYN O., CSoph.D, Jasper, Home Economics, Chi Omega . . . KILGORE, MARSHA JANE, CFr.J, Trussville, Arts and Sciences . . . KILGORE, WILLIAM HENRY, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sci- ences . . . KIMBRELL, CYNTHIA ANN, CFLJ, Fayette, Home Eco- nomics, Kappa Kappa Gamma. 1 X W K. s. is iii 3 -mx V. X -. ,. er , ' . 2 , 1-lf, -QQ ' I ' 9 ' - . . w : ,-.- ' , X . , ,4 Xgf r, K - . . . . atm A Q A --,' l-,'- : I . -1 riidd 5 -Kx, M l i, 4 V , LX Z ' , K i, . If A 'ia aa Q 5: Ar Yr X X iff' t' ' S - ..-.,, f gay. Q5 -, y Y' N! 5 Y sr A' 4 Sk' s M- S, , 1 , 1 Ex f s 7 ' Q E 1 ' S X J, N Y X V . arf are SY 'W- , if X5 A x- gl? . Q-if ,., A X V ,. gl 5 f 31 ' Page 341 NE OF THE BEAUTIFUL buildings on the Uni- versity campus-the President's Mansion-would not be around today were it not for the spunk of a ' ll 'NT' little lady of the South who stood oft Yankee troops who had their orders to burn this magniicent house. The gallant Woman was Mrs. Garland, wife of the University President. Dr. Garland was marching with the cadets against Federal troops. The Northern soldiers entered the Mansion, piled furniture in a central location in the house and set it aiire. Mrs. Garland Wouldn't hear of this! She and the serv- ants stamped out the iiames. The Yankees tried again. No dice-fire doused again. The oH.icer in charge of the burning Row Ones KIMBROUGH, SUSAN LESTER, CSoph.D, Mo- bile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . KING, CAROL SUE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . KING, GEORGE T., fSoph.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . KING, GLORIA JOAN, fFr.D, Cullman, Arts and Sci- ences . . . KING, JR., JESSE A., CSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . KING, JIMMY HINSON, QFr.D, VVebb, Arts and Sciences . . . KING, JUDITH ANN, CFr. D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . KING, MARTHA ANN, QFr.D, Adamsville, Education . . . KING, PEGGY LOUISE, fFr.D, Huntsville, Education, Phi Mu . . . KING, REBECCA DARLENE, lFr.D, Huntsville, Education. Row Two: KING, TONI ELLEN, fFr.D, Decatur, Arts and Sciences . . . KINSEY, ALAN CLYDE, CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . KIRBY, CARL DAVID, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . KIRBY, KATHY C., fSoph.D, Roanoke, Nursing . . . KIRCZOW, REBECCA HINSON, Ur.D, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . KIRK, SALLY, fSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . KIRKLAND, MARYLYN EARLE, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . KIRK- PATRICK, RAYMOND GYRIL, CSoph.D, Winfield, Arts and Sciences . . . KIRVEN, LINDA ANN, CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha ghi Omega . . . KITCHENS, NANCY KATHERINE, CFr.D, Decatur, ursing. Row Three: KITCHENS, SUSAN, CFr.D, Montgomery, Education, Kappa Delta . . . KLYCE, KAREN WHITTINGHILL, CFr.D, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . KLYCE, ROBERT WILLIAM, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . KNIGHT, JANE SHIELDS, CFr.D, Lindale, Georgia, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . KNIGHT, JOHNNY ELVIS, Ur.D, Jackson, Chemistry . . . KNIGHT, MARY ANN, Ur.D, Fairfield, Education . . . KNOWLES, JOAN LOU, CFr.D, Dothan, Arts and Sciences . . . KNOTT, ELIZABETH M., CFr.D, Arlington, Virginia, Home Economics . . . KNUDSEN, MARTHA ANN, CSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . KOCH, CHARLOTTE ANNE, QSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics. Row Four: KOEPPEL, REBECCA KAY, fSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Edu- cation, Phi Mu . . . KOHN, JEFF, fSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . KOIKOS, NICK W., Ur.D, Bessemer, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . KOOP, PATRICIA ANN, CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . KRAFTSOW, SUSAN, CSoph.D, Ft. McClellan, Arts and Sciences . . . KRAFT, CECIL COLIN, QFr.D, Little Rock, Arkansas, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . KRAUSE, TYRELL, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . KRENKEL, ANDREW, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . KUPINSE, ROGER THO-MAS, CSoph.D, West Haven, Connecticut, Arts and Sciences, Acacia . . . KUPPERSMITI-I, LAUR112 WYLE, Ur.D, Mobile- Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta. 2 Row Five: KUSHNER, HAROLD BERYL, CSoph.D, Montgomery- Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . KUSTER, IULIENNE, Uni? Normal, Illinois, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . KYLEZ HARRY LEWIS, CFr.D, Atlanta, Georgia, Education . . . KYSER, JO ANN, Ur.D, Fairhope, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Kappa 'Gamma . . . KYSER, PATRICIA NELSON, CFr.D, Greensboro, Education, Kappa Delta . . . KYZER, DONALD G., Ur.D, Tuscaloosa- Arts. and Sciences . . . KYZER, RONALD D., Ur.D, Tuscaloosa? Engineering . . . LABORDE, KENNETH ROWAN, Ur.D, Huntsville? Engineering, Theta Tau . . . LACEY, ROBERT ANDREW- CSoph.Di Mobile, Engineering, Sigma cin . . . LACEY, SARAH ic., crm? Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Zeta. , new six: LACKEOS, JOHN PETE, 11.5, s lm , E ' - LACKEY, MARY CARLETON, fscpnf Birfninzihnifflliiggieg Egol decided to call off the Whole aiiair. Not only did the sol- diers halt their attempts to burn the mansion, but they f also put all the furniture back X where it belonged. Presum- ably, these Warriors from the North figured that they Would have better luck iighting somebody they could whip- like Confederate soldiers. I nomics, Kappa Delta . . . LACOSTE, JR., JAMES P., CSoph.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . LACOUR, III, JOSEPH A., tSoph.D, Jasper, Arts and Sciences . . . LACY, VIRGINIA, CSoph.D, Anniston, Education, Phi Mu . . . LADD, CLARA LEDER, Ur.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . LADD, MILTON ALDRIDGE, CFr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . LAGRONE, GLENDA JEAN, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LAKE, MARJORIE, CFr.D, Phenix City, Commerce and Business Administra- Son . . . LAKEY, JIMMY RANDALL, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and ciences. Row Seven: LAMAR, SALLY RAINER, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . LAMAR, JR., NVILLIAM B., Ur.D, Selma, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . LAMB, JOHN H., Ur.D, I-Ietlin, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Delta Chi . . . LAMBERT, DONALD LAMAR, CSoph.D, Mobile, Engineering . . . LAMBERTH, CHARLES DAVIS, CFr.D, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . LAMBORNE, 1EANE'rTE VIRGINIA, frm, Alexander City, Home Eccncrnice, Pi Beta Phi . . . LAMOREAUX, JAMES NVOOD, tSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . LANCASTER. JAMES DANIG, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . LANCE, HERMAN XVOODROXV, Ur.D, Birrningham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LANDERS, MARGARET DIANNE, fS0ph.D, Birmingham, Education. How Eight: LANE, CAROL MITCHELL, CSoph.D, Roanoke, Com- merce and Business Administration, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . LANEY, JR., JOHN M., CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . LANG, BILL, fSoph.D, Reform, Engineering . . . LANGHAM, TOMMIE F., Ur.D, Pine Apple, Engineering . . . LANGLEY, GLEN MERCER, tFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . LANIER, JR., JAMES G., Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, kappa Sigma . . . LANIER, JUDITH MARIE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . LANZ, ALVVYN RAY, Ur.D, Elizabeth- town, Kentucky, Arts and Sciences . . . LARIMER, RICHARD DEAN, fFr.D, Hueytown, Engineering . . . LARGUE, ROBIN, fFr.D, Mo- bile, Education, Alpha Delta Pi. Row Nine: LARY, JOSEPH M., CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci- ences . . . LATHAM, BREVVER DONNIE, CFr.D, Fairfax, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . LATHAM, JUDY, fFr.D, Gordo, Education . . . LATIMER, FRANCES ELIZABETH, Ur.D, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . LAUDERDALE, EDITH CAROLYNE, CFr.D, Athens, Home Economics . . . LAUDERDALE, SAMMIE KEITH, CFr.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . LAUFMAN, SUE RAE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . LAUGHLIN, JERRY WAYNE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . LAU- NIUS, PATRICIA ANN, CFr.D, Warrior, Arts and Sciences . . . BADIENDFIR, BETTY JEAN, CFr.D, Decatur, Home Economics, Delta e ta De ta. Row Ten: LAVENDER, DANNA PAIGE, CSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . LAVENDER, WALLACE NEAL, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LAW, JAMES EDWARD, CFr.D, Union Springs, Engineering . . . LAWLEY, HORACE EDWARD, CFr.D, Montevallo, Engineering . . . LAWLEY, MIKE L., CFr.D, Bessemer, Engineering . . . LAWLEY, MITCHELL REID, CSoph.D, Selma, Engineering . . . LAWRENCE, PATRETIA ANN, CFr.D, Huntsville, Education, Kappa Delta . . . LAWRENCE, JR., SHERWOOD H., fFr.D, Birmingham, Engineering, Phi Kappa Psi . . . LAWRENCE, WILLIAM WALDO, fFr.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . LAYMAN, RAYMOND MEREDITH, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration. Page 342 XXI' 'N . .Q -TX --.XNQ X M L F: L :jg . K ' I. A , , ti x xx R ' 1 mm. YT , 1 N wx fu,--a. b Q Q1 1 . I .gg Q X In , ,, GX x Q . x A , ...,. uh nw ,X X, W ,lx ,. 5, 1 1, ff' A Z, 1 X 3, H ,Q . ,Mx m X W ff I .' f ' ' V .y 5 'f - 'ywff in W. xwtyv Q x ff " 'v 1 ,, 2 fm 3 f V 'ry X '.... gi WY W QM I x f wwf! ' X , Vx- rs Q .... g D X . Ty I Q 4 f-fx, N, .W , V' ,, ,QW . 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Sd N1 N L E H , iq ws ' , 1,f,,5.V.5.E..f,4 was V, s: n,i5mf K! saw hi 4' ' 9' f ' 01" ,X f .1 ' "" fw 2 12 QQQQQ, '-mw- -A ' f R5- X 'VB' J Q- ,I- Q 5 X Row One: LAYNE, TERRY GRANT, CSoph.J, Marrion, Arts and Sciences . . . LEARD, TERRY RAND, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . LEATHERBURY, ANN MARIE, QSoph.J, Mobile, Education, Kappa Delta . . . LEA- VEL, LINDA CAROLE, fFr.D, Montgomery, Nursing, Delta Gamma . . . LECROIX, CHARLES DAVID, CSoph.J, Athens, Chemistry . . . LEDBETTER, ANNE CECILIA, CJr.j, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . LEDBETTER, PATRICIA ANNE, tFr.J, Sycamore, Home Economics . . . LEDUE, BENNIE ANN, CFr.J, Coral Gables, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . LEDYARD, RICHARD H., CJr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . LEE, ANN L., fJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta. Row Two: LEE, BETTY BRITTIN, fFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Kappa Delta . . . LEE, DAVID BUFORD, CFr.J, Hueytown, Engi- neering . . . LEE, JAMES THOMAS, CSoph.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . LEE, LINDA, QSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . LEE, THOMAS EDWARD, CSoph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . LEE, VIRGINIA, fFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Pi Beta Phi . . . LEEDS, STEVEN FRANK, fFr.D, Coral Gables, Florida, Education, Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . LEIGH, BEVERLY MAT- THEWS, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . LEMOND, ROBERT CHARLES, QFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Acacia . . . LEPOLSTAT, BRUCE SCOTT, CFr.J, Baldwin, New York, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Pi. Row Three: LETHERWVOOD, HOWARD QUINN, CFLJ, Quinton, Arts and Sciences . . . LETSON, WILLIAM T., CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education . . . LEVY, JOAN MARILYN, QJr.J, Union City, Tennes- see, Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . LEVVIS, CAROL NAOMA, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . LEVVIS, CLAUDIA EMILY, CSoph.J, Atlanta, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau . . . LEWIS, EVELYN DIANE, fJr.J, G1'ady, Education . . . LEWIS, JR., JAMES L., CSoph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . LEWIS, JERRY KENNETH, CFr.D, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences . . . LEWIS, PATRICIA ANN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . LEWIS, STEPHEN WAYNE, CFr.D, Kellyton, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Four: LEWIS, TERRY NEIL, CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . LEWIS, WILLIAM ROBERT, QSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . LEWITZ, SANDRA MAXINE, QFr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau . . . LIBBERS, DAVID D., fSoph.J, Enterprise, Engineering, Theta Xi . . . LIDDLE, MARY JANE, fFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . LIEBESKIND, SANDY LYNN, CFr.J, Mobile, Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . LIGHT, LUCY JANE, CSoph.J, Jonestown, Pennsylvania, Arts and Sciences . . . LIGHTCAP, THOMAS A., EFr.g, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . LIGON, RICHARD DAVID, Fr. , Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta , . . LILES, ARTHUR SIDNEY, CFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha. Row Five: LILES, JUDITI-I ANITA, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . LIMBAUGH, JAMES THOMAS, fJr.J, Childersburg, Education . . . LINDAHL, GEORGE IVAR, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . LINDSEY, ALMA FRANCES, fJr.J, Jachin, Education . . . LINDSEY, MARGARET LOU, fJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . LINDSEY, ODIE AARON, CJr. J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . LINDSTROM, HILMA LOUISE, CFr.J, Hueytown, Education . . . LINDSTROM, SUSAN ROPER, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education, Chi Omega . . . LINTON, JANE, CSoph.J, Cullman, Home Economics . . . LIST, TERRY JOE, CFr.J, Eastaboga, Engineering. T RUDGERY IS ROTC, and the students of the past century had to put up with this institution on a full-time basis. How did the change to the present day system come about? It was the result of stu- dent action and agitation. In 1900 the University Com- mandant was an individual who was generally disliked by the cadets. The students planned a revolt and circulated a round-robin that every resident of Woods Hall signed. The cadets barricaded the stairs of Woods Hall with barbed wire, and at the appointed hour began to shoot iire works. When the Commandant came to the scene, he was throughly doused with water from the upper Hoors. How could this foolishness be stopped? A board of inquiry was set up, but it did no good. The President started to expell the ring- leaders, but found that if he did this, everyone else was Row Six: LITTLE, C. JANE, CJLJ, Eufaula, Education, Alpha Gam- ma Delta . . . LITTLE, MARILYN CELESTE, QFr.J, Mobile, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . LITTLEFIELD, VIVI ANNE, fFr.J, Lanett, Arts and Sciences . . . LITTLETON, AUBREY COOPER, CJr.J, Panama City, Florida, Engineering . . . LIVEAKOS, MARGARET M., fFr.D, Tupelo, Mississippi, Home Economics, Delta Gamma . . . LIVERETT, W. EDWIN, QJLJ, Decatur, Engineering . . . LIVER- MAN, SYLVIA BROWN, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LIVINGS, ROBERT G., QJLJ, Chickasaw, Com- merce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . LIV- INGSTON, JR., ALBERT R., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . LIVINGSTON, JACOB L., QSoph.D, Akron, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi. Row Seven: LIVINGSTON, LINDA JEAN, CFr.J, Aberdeen, Missis- sippi, Arts and Sciences . . . LLOYD, BENJAMIN L., CSoph.J, Ken- nedy, Engineering . . . LLOYD, CANDACE RUTH, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . LLOYD, JANET ROSLYNN, CSoph.J, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . LLOYD, MARGARET KATHERINE, QFr.J, Athens, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha. . . LOCHRIDGE, STANLEY KEITH, CFr.J, Bexar, Arts and Sciences . . . LOCKARD, WILLIAM THYRMAN, CFLJ, York, Arts and Sciences . . . LICKE, DREMAH DEE, CFr.D, Huntsville, Education . . . LOCKE, THOMAS MILTON, QFLJ, Camden, Engineering . . . LOCK- HART, JESSE WAYNE, CFr.J, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Eight: LOERCH, KAREN SUE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Educa- tion, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . LOFTIN, BETTY GAIL, QFr.J, Highland Home, Home Economics . . . LOFTIN, SAMUEL LAMAR, CF1-.D, NICHOLSVILLE, Engineering . . . LOGAN, GRANVILLE ALLEN, CJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . LOGGINS, JOE ROBERT, CFr.J, Hueytown, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LOGS- DON, LINDA CAROL, CFr.j, Panama City, Florida, Home Econom- ics, Delta Zeta . . . LOKEY, JUDY ANN, fFr.J, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . LOLLAR, COLEMAN AUBREY, CSoph.J, West Jeiferson, Arts and Sciences . . . LOLLAR, PEGGY JEAN, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Nursing . . . LONG, BAILEY SEWELL, QFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences. Row Nine: LONG, DOUGLAS R., CJr.J, Lake Worth, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LONG, JULIA MAE, CJLJ, Stewart, Education . . . LONG, LOUISE, CSoph.J, Frisco City, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . LONG, SARAH ANNE, CSoph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . LONGSHORE, JAMES LAMAR, fJr.J, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LORD, JAY DEAN, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . LORD, JUDY ELIZABETH, CFLJ, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Beta Phi . . . LORES, EMILE M., CFLJ, Loxley, Arts and Sciences . . . LOTT, JULIE ROSS, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . LOTT, NANCY LEE, CFLJ, Marion, Arts and Sciences. Row Ten: LOUGHBOROUGH, ELEANOR MAYE, CFr.J, Tusca- loosa, Arts and Sciences . . . LOW, JAMES VINCENT, CFr.J, East Gadsden, Engineering . . . LOWE, MARTHA SUZANNE, CJr.J, Hunts- ville, Arts and Sciences . . . LOWE, MILFRED STANLEY, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . LOWE, THOMAS J., CJr.D, Jackson, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences . . . LOWE, VICKI LYNNE, fFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Delta Zeta . . . LOWE, WILLIAM D., CSoph.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . LOWERY, DONNA GAY, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . LOVVERY, JENNIFER ANN, fFr.J, Decatur, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . LOWRY, RICHARD EUGENE, fFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration. .T pledged to walk out, too. The Commandant was called on the carpet to answer to the ca- dets' complaints. Under inten- sive questioning, it came to light that the students had some valid points. The Com- mandant tendered his resigna- tion, and the campus returned to normal. But from that day forward, military discipline was to be a hollow shell. 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LUJAN, MANUEL, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . LUKER, ANITA LOUISE, CFLJ, Alexander City, Education . . . LUKER, PAMELA LEOLA, fSoph.J, Talladega, Education, Delta Gamma . . . LYDAY, TRAVIS QUINTON, QSoph.J, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences . . . LYERLY, JR., RALPH TH., CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . LYLE, DOUGLAS PALMER, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . LYLE, JOSEPH A., CSoph.J, Arts and Sciences . . . LUNSFORD, WILLIAM TERRY, fFr.J, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . LUTON, JR., NORMAN S., CSoph.J, Phenix City, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . LYKES, DIANE ELIZABETH, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . LYNCH, CLIFFORD NVESLEY, CJr.J, Mo- bile, Engineering, Phi Delta Theta . . . LYNCH, LILLI ANN, CFr.Jg Opelika, Nursing, Delta Gamma . . . LYONS, SARAH ELIZABETH- CSoph.J, Harrisbury, Pennsylvania, Education, Delta Gamma . . LYONS, VIRGINIA ANN, CFr.J, Decatur, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . MCABEE, RONALD GENE, fFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . MCADAMS, JOHN CHARLES, CSoph.J, Kennedy, Arts and Sciences- Acacia . . . MCAFEE, RAY GEORGE, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . MCALISTER, II, ERNEST CLYDE, CFr.J, Huntsville, Chemistry . . . MCALLISTER, MELINA JAN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education. 1 1 Row Two: MCARDLE, ROBERT EDWARD, CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Xi . . . MCBRAYER, NICKY LARRY, QFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Kappa Sigma . . , MCBREARTY, MICHAEL LEIGI-I, CFr.Jg Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . MCBURNEY, JANE POWERS' CJr.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . MCCABE JANE MARIE, QFLJ, Gadsden, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . 7 a UNDERGRADU TE McCAIN, IIENRIETTA TARTT, CSoph.J, Livingston, Nursing, Kappa Delta . . . McCALEB, JEAN ELLEN, QFr.J, Arlington, Virginia, Nurs- ing . . . NIcCALLA, DIANA LYNN, fSoph.J, XVhistler, Home Econom- ics, Delta Zeta . . . McCANN, CHARLES DENNIS, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . MCCARTER, SANDRA JOY, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Scienccs . . . MCCARTNEY, SUZANNE MARIE, CSoph.Jg Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . MCCLAIN, EM- METT XVILLIAMQ QFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . MCCLELLAN, XVILLIAM MARVIN, fFl'.JQ Birmingham, Chemistry, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . MCCLENDON, SARAH NELLE, CFr.J, Spruce Pine, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . MCCLENDON, STEVE R., fFr.J, Benton, Arkansas, Arts and Sciences . . . MCCLINTOCK, LANA CAROL: CJr.J Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . INICCLUSKY, DANIEL OTIS, tSoph.J, Druid City, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MCCONAGHY, MARIE MASON, QFr.Jg Mobile, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . MCCOOL, DIANE SPRINGERQ fJr.J, Gordo, Education . . . MCCORLEY, IVILLIAM HUGH, CFr.J, Hodges, Engineering. Row Three: MCCORMICK III, FRED, fJr.J, Selma, Arts and Sci- ences, Sigma Nu . . . McCORQUODALE, GAINES COWAN, fFr.J, Jackson, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MCCORQUO- DALE, JOSEPH CHARLES, QJr.J, Jackson, Arts and Sciences . . . MCCORQUODALE, ROBIN EARLE, CFr.D, Jackson, Arts and Sciences . . . MCCOY, BILLY FRANK, CFr.J, Grove Hill, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . MCCOY, GEORGE DENNIE, CFr.J, Huey- town, Engineering, Alpha Phi Omega . . . MCCOY, RONALD CHES- TER, CJr.J, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences . . . MCCRARY, JOE PERRY, CFr.J, Hollywood, Arts and Sciences . . . MCCRAW, ROBERT AN- DREW, tJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MCCRORY, BRUCE RANDALL: CJLJ, Frisco City, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MCCRORY, MARY K., fFr.J, Baton Rouge, s yfae 4 fl! Y ,,v. .. I " ' Mag Y fa , f ,., X ...xg fi wwf an N Q 354 QA? X as if 4 1,1 K 4 if I P U' V A ft 'S' 7 vs , 27 -,X X as at 5 S? XX X X ' in Q w we X x XX . I Nj 4 fi 44. I Q 1 ia, X 'A' sm A, X 5 SQAXY QS Louisiana, Arts and Sciencesg Delta Delta Delta . . . MCCULLEY, JOYCE, QJr.J5 McCallag Education . . . MCCULLOUGH, JR., DAVID NYMRODg CSoph.J5 Selma, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . MCDANAL, MARY JANE, fJr.J5 Jasper, Education . . . MCDANIEL, DAVID ALTONg QFLJQ Tuscaloosa, Engineeringg Sigma Chi . . . MCDANIEL, JOE L., CSoph.Jg Paris, Illinois, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MCDANIEL, OLIVIA HAND, CJr.D, Tuscaloosag Home Economics . . . MCDANIEL, RANDAL LELWOOD, CSoph.J5 Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . McDAVID, ELIZABETH PARAMOREg CSoph.jg Birminghamg Educationg Kappa Delta . . . MCDILL, JOHN WAYNEg fSoph.J5 East Gadsden, Engineering. How Four: MCDONALD, TURNER LEEg CFLJ5 Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . MCDONALD, VVIL- LIAM HUGESg CSoph.Jg Carbon Hillg Education . . . MCDOUGLE, CYNTHIA ANN, CSoph.Jg Dothan, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . MCDOW, RICHARD HENRY, QFr.Jg Columbianag Commerce and Business Administration . . . MCDOWELL, PAULg CSoph.Jg Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . MCELROY, TERESA ANN, CFLJ, Birminghamg Arts and Sciences . . . MCFARLANE, MARGARET MARIE, CFr.Jg Economics . . . MCFARLIN, CHARLES ALANg Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . MCGEE, Decaturg Engineering . . . MCGEE, TRUDY5 CFLD, and Sciences . . . MCGLIBERRY, JOYCE JEAN- Huntsvilleg Home CJr.Dg Birminghamg IAMES C.g CFr.J5 Birminghamg Arts ETTE, CFr.Jg Thomasville, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Delta Pi . . . MCGOUGH, JAN ANTOINETTE5 CFr.Jg Birming- hamg Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Beta Phi . . . Mc- GOUGH, JR., WILLIAM M.g CFr.Dg Mobileg Engineering, Delta Chi . . . MCGOWIN, JOHN DOUGLAS, fSoph.Jg Jacksong Arts and Sciences, . . ..McGOWIN, WILLIS STEPHENg CFLJ, Greenville, Commerce and BIIISIIIGSS Administration, Sigma Nu . . . MCGRAW, MILAW, CJr.J5 Birminghamg Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . MCGRIFF, JR., O. J., ff Ni '- 'WY55S4Vf4 X JV Qi CFLJ, Verbenag Engineering . . . MCGRIFF, WILLIAM EARL, CFr.Jg Annistong Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . MCGUIRE, MICHAEL ALLENg CFr.Dg Birmingham, Education . . . MCGUIRE, PATRICIA CLAYTON, CJLJ5 Birmingham, Edueationg Kappa Delta. Row Five: MCHALE, THOMAS EDWARD, CFr.Jg Centreville, Engineering . . . MCILWAIN, JUDITH ANN, CSoph.J, Binninghamg Arts and Sciences . . . MCILWAIN, PHILIP ANDREW, CFr.J, Penn- ington, Commerce and Business Administrationg Phi Kappa Psi . . . MCINNIS, MARY BETH, CJr.Jg Birmingham, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . MCINTOSH, ANITA LOUISEg CSoph.Jg Tuscaloosa, Education . . . MCINTOSH, ANITA LOUISE, CSoph.J5 Tuscaloosa, Education . . . . . . MCJENKINS, JR., JAMES C.g CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . MCKEE, TERRY MICHAEL, CFLD5 Clanton, Arts and Sciences . . . MCKENZIE, GIBSON R., fJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MCKERALL, MERRY ELIZABETH, CJr.Jg Birminghamg Arts and Sci- ences, Phi Mu . . . MCKIE, PENNY, CFr.Dg Florence, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . MCKINNEY, DON THOMAS, CFr.Jg Binningharng Com- merce and Business Administration, Acacia . . . MCKINNEY, FRANKIE LOUISE, CFr.Dg Montgomery, Arts and Sciencesg Delta Zeta . . .Mc- KINZEY, JANE CLAIREg CJr.Dg Northportg Arts and Sciences . . . MCLANEY, III, C. KNOX, CJr.Jg Sprague, Arts and Sciencesg Delta Tau Delta . . . MCLAREN, CHARLES ROBERT, fFr.J5 Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MCLEAN, PEGGY NEIL, CSoph.Jg Montgomery, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MCLEL- LAN, M. DENISE5 CSoph.J, Birmingham, Eclucationg Alpha Chi Omega . . . MCLELLAN, CAROL LYNN, CSoph.D5 Besscmerg Arts and Sci- ences . . . MCLEMORE, GINGER DENEg CFr.Jg Athensg Educatirm . . . MCLEOD, JANET KEOUCHAN, CFr.Jg Jackson, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta. Page 347 UNDERGR DU TES Row One: MCLEOD, JOHN HERBERT, CFLJ, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MCMAHAN, DARRYL DUANE, CFr.J, Selfridge AFB, Michigan, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . MCMAHAN, KATHRYN JO, CSoph.J, Leeds, Arts and Sciences . . . MCMASTERS, ROBERT ALEXANDER, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, P1 Kappa Alpha . . . MCMILLAN, ROLAND WAYNE, fSoph.J, Grove Hill, Arts and Sciences . . . MCMILLAN, SUSAN MANLY, fFr.Q, Birmingham, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . , MCMINN, JAN BRANTON, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . MCMURPHY, III, JOHN H., CFr.D, Greenville, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . MCMURPHY, JR., MARION B., CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . Mc- NABB, BOBBY GLEN, fJr.J, Englewood, Tennessee, Education . . . MCNABB, ELIZABETH JO, CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . , MCNAIR, JAMES RAYBURN, CSoph.D, Collinsville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MCNALLEY, GAYNELL, CSoph.J, Decatur, Home Economics . . . MCNARON, C. DIANE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MCNEIL, KATHLEEN ELIZABETH, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MCNEIL, MILDRED CHARLYN, CJr.J, Mobile, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . , . MCNEILL, SALLY JANE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MCPHERSON, LAURA ANN, CFr.J, Albertville, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . MCREE, SANDRA ELAINE, CFr.J, Atlanta, Georgia, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MCRIGHT, MARI- LYN, CJr.J, Cordova, Education. Row Two: McVAY, ANITA LOU, fFr.l, Bay Minette, Home Eco- nornics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MCNVHIRTER, SANDRA KAY, CSoph.l, Chickasaw, Education . . . MQWHORTER, MARY SUE, CSoph.J, Bir- mingham, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . MMVILLIAMS, CATHY EVE, CFLJ, Cherokee, Arts and Scicnces . . . MACFARLAND, JAMES Lp., T Q Q asa X I A 1 1. -1 as " -V f ' X ss I Q .4 -7 4 X HR y X Q ii WAYNE, fFr.J, Marlton, New Jersey, Education . . . MACKELDEN, TEDDI RAE, CSoph.J, Miami, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . MACKINAW, MARY ELIZABETH, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education . . . MACLAURIN, GAIL MCEVOY, QFLJ, Jasper, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . MACMULLAN, WARNER AVANT, CFr.Q, Wellsville, Missouri, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . MACON, FRANK R., QJr.J, Bessemer, Arts and Sci- ences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . MACRORY, DAVID BLAIR, CJr.J, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . MADDOX, ELMA ELAINE, fJr.J, Vernon, Education . . . MADDOX, JR., EVERETTE HAWTHORNE, CJr.J, Prattville, Arts and Sciences . . . MADDOX, JR., LEWIS E., CFLJ, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . MADDOX, M. JANE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MAERCKER, GEORGE DENNIS, CFr,J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . MAGILL, RICHARD M., CSoph.D, Prattville, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . MAGINNIS, MICHAEL JOHN, CFLJ, Metairie, Louisiana, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . MAHAN, KENNETH EUGENE, QJr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi . . . MAJORS, MARY ELIZABETH, CSoph.J, Greenville, Home Eco- nomics, Alpha Xi Delta. Row Three: MAKIMA, MARY IRENE, CJLJ, Huntsville, Arts and sciences . . , MAKONVSKI, BEVERLY ANN, Um, Tyndall AFB, Florida, Education . . . MALATINO, ANTHONY MICHAEL, CSoph.J, Oxford, Arts and Sciences . . . MALEK, JOSEPH S., CFLJ, Natick, Massachusetts, Engineering . . . MALLORY, BARBARA GAYLE, CFr.l, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . MALONE, ANNIE LAURA, CSoph.J, Demopolis, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MALONE, CHARLES BRIAN, CFr.J, Fort Payne, Engineering, Chi Phi . . . MALONE, JOHN M., fFr.D, Oneonta, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . MALTER, JUNE, fFr.J, Miami, Florida, Education, Dclta Phi Epsilon . . . MANASCO, JOHN CARTER, CFr.J, McLean, XX Page 348 Virginia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MANASCO, ROBERT LEE, CFr.D, Carbon Hill, Engineering . . . MANASCO, WIL- LIAM H., CSoph.D, Carbon Hill, Engineering , . . MANCUSO, AL- FRED MICHAEL, Ur.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . MANDERSON, WILBURN JEWETT, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . MAN- DULEY, LINDA KATHLEEN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Chemistry . . . MANGET, PAUL GARNET, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . MANISCALCO, RITA JEAN, QFLD, Birmingham, Nursing . . . MANN, MYRA LOUISE, QFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MANNING, JOHN F., Ur.D, Guntersville, Comme1'ce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . MANNING, RONALD DAVID, fFr.D, Hamil- ton, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: MARCUS, PATRICIA VALERIA, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MARKS, ALLEN, CFr.D, New Orleans, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . MARQUARDT, III, WILLIAM C., CSoph.D, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences . . . MAR- SHALL, BRENDA GAYLE, QFr.D, Columbia, Arts and Sciences . . . MARSHALL, JUDY ANN, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . MARTIN, BEVERLY ANN, fFr.D, Bay Minette, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MARTIN, BOBBY LAMAR, QSoph.D, Slocomb, Arts and Sciences . . . MARTIN, CAROLYN ANN, QFr.D, Tuscumbia, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MARTIN, CONNIE J., CFr.D, Georgiana, Arts and Sciences . . . MARTIN, JR., FRED J., CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MARTIN, GLENDA S., CFr.D, Northport, Home Economics, Phi Mu . . . MARTIN, JR., JAMES B., Ur.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . MARTIN, JAMES LAFAYETTE, CFr.D, Clayton, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . MARTIN, JOANNE, Ur.D, Northport, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . MARTIN, JOHN WEST, QFr.D, Clayton, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . MARTIN, MARY LINDA, QFr.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MARTIN, MARY SUSAN, CFr.D, Selma, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . MASHBURN, DONALD D., Ur.D, Gadsden, Chemistry . . . MASON, ANN, Ur.D, Thomaston, Home Eco- nomics . . . MASON, DIXIE JEAN, QSoph.D, Mobile, Education. Row Five: MASON, KATHY, Ur.D, Tampa, Florida, Arts and Sci- ences, Phi Mu . . . MASON, NANCY RI-IE, CSoph.D, Guntersville, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . MASON, ROBERT RICHARD, Ur.D- Guntersville, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . MASON, WILLIAM MIKE, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Education . . . MASSENGALE, DAVID ROGERS, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . MASSEY, JR., BENNETT HOWARD, Ur.D, Alexander City, Educa- tion, Delta Tau Delta . . . MASSEY, JR., CURTIS AARON, CFr.D- Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MASSEY, JR., RALPH EDWARD, Ur.D, Chatom, Arts and Sciences . . . MASSIE, CHRISTY ELAINE, CFr.D, Columbus, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . MASTERSON, MARSHA L., CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . MATE, JANET LOUISE, fFr.D, Tuscaloosa' Arts and sciences, Delta Zeta . . . MATHER, JR., ALEXANDER, Ur.Dl Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsi- lon . . . MATHEWS, MARY JANE, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci- ences, Kappa Delta . . . MATHEWS, SUSAN ANN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . MATHISON, MARILYN, Ur.D, Abbeville, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . MATHISON, WILLIAM CHRIS, Ur.D, Abbeville, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . MATTEL, JOSEPH M., CFr.D, Mobile, Engineering . . . MATTHEWS, BARBARA JANE, Ur.D, Northport, Arts and Sci- ences . . . MATTHEWS, HILLARD GLENN, CSoph.D, Florence, Com- merce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . MATTHEWS, PAUL RICHARD, CFr.D, Scottsboro, Engineering. 7 a a Mw f X N V . L.v, lj, as l l , .... K Page 349 VERYONE KNEVV THAT they were inferior, but, F5 under pressure, the University of Alabama board of trustees agreed to admit two of them. It was 1893, and the first women ever to enroll in the University made it into the campus without the aid of federal troops. They were Anna Adams and Bessie Parker. The two girls paid no attention to the cold stares they got from the other students and entered right into campus life. During their iirst year, both were appointed associate editors of the CRIMSON-WHITE. Anna and Bessie were supposedly only an experiment, but the feminine society of Alabama would not stand for token integration, from that year on, co-eds began to stream to the Capstone in increasing numbers. When Anna Adams became the Hrst woman graduate of the University of Alabama in I895, the COROLLA, in its infinite wisdom, foresaw the example she had set. Beneath her picture was inscribed, 'IE Pluribus Unumf, 1 .F Row One: MATTHEXVS, PAULA ANNE, CSopli.D, Sikestpii, Mis- souri, Home Economics . . . MATTSON, CHARLES EARNESI, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . MAULDIN, HEWITT MICI-IAEL,' Ur.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . NIAULIJIRIA ROBERT McC,ALIB, QSoph.D, Jasper, Arts and Sciences . . . MAUIER, PAIRICIA ANN, QSoph.D, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . MAX'WEL.L, BARBARA GAIL, QFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MAXWVELL, JO ANN, tSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences MAXVVELL, SAMUEL KELVIN, CSoph.D, Northport, Arts and Sci- ences . . . MAY, LINDA CATHERINE, CFr.D, Birmingham, 'Ilome Economics . . . MAY, MARLENE CHERYL, tSoph.D, Jasper, Educa- tion. Row Two: MAY, PATRICIA ANN, CFr.D, Jackson, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . MAY, PEGGY, CFr.D, Birminghnn, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . MAY, THOMAS NVILLIAM, CFr.D, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . MAYFIELD, PIIYLLIS MARLYN, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Education, Delta Gamma . . . MAX'- LAND, LAWRENCE M., CFr.D, Maxwell AFB, Arts and Sciences . . . MAYO, CECIL LAMAR, QFr.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . MAYO, RICHARD XVALDEN, Ur.D, Boca Raton, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . MAIS, MARTHA TURBEVILLE, fFr.D, Cropwell, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MAZOR, LOIS LYNN, Ur.D, Birmingham, Education . . . MEADE, HARDEMAN SESSIONS, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Row Three: MEADOR, 'WILLIAM MAHON, CFr.D, Mobile, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . MEADOWS, JACQUELINE, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . MEADOWS, JR., PAUL DAVID, tFr.D, Birmingham, Engineering . . . MEAGHER, CAROLYN LORRAINE, Ur.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sci- ences, Kappa Delta . . . MEAGHER, VICKI, Ur.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . MEANS, KATHERINE NELYA, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Education . . . MEDDERS, ANN CI-IERYL, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . MEDDERS, ROSELYNN, tSoph.D, Centreville, Education . . . MEDDERS, WVILLIAM THOMAS, CFr.D, Hueytown, Arts and Sciences . . . MEEKS, PATRICIA DALE, QFr.D, Binningham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Four: MEHLER, HELEN VVALKER, CFr.D, VVaynesboro, Vir- ginia, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . MEHTA, ATAM SINGH, Ur.D, Birmingham, Engineering . . . MEIER, LEE FREDERICK, fFr.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . MEIGHAN, MARY SPENSE, CSoph.D, Gadsden, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MELLOWN, ROBERT OLIVER, Ur.D, Livingston, Arts and Sciences . . . MENKE, KATI-IRYN LEICH, Ur. D, Coral Cables, Florida, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . MENSING, NORMAN BRANNON, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Engineering . . . MERCER, KEN- NETH WVAYNE, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Delta Chi . . . MEREDITH, AMRY KATE, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Kappa Delta . . . MERIWETHER, WILLIS JAMES, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega. Row Five: MERK, ETTA LEE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MERKL, TERRY IRENE, CFr.D, Birming- ham, Nursing . . . MERRILL, GLORIA KAY, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MERRILL, MARY, CFr.D, Anniston, Education, Chi Omega . . . MERRILL, WILLIAM ROBERT, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MERRIWEATHER, VERONICA TERESA, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . MESSINA, LEICH, CFr.D, Gulf Shores, Arts and Sciences . . . METS- GER, DIANNE FRANCES, CFr.D, Birmingham, Nursing . . . MEYER, NANCY JOAN, Ur.D, Decatur, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . MICHAEL, STEVE PHILIP, QFr.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha. Row Six: MICHAELSON, JEFFRY, Ur.D, Foley, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . MICKELSEN, HOWARD STEVEN, fFr.D, Loxley, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MIDDLETON, MARY SU- SAN, tSoph.D, Scottsboro, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . MILES, JAMES CLARENCE, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . MILEY, DOREEN ALICE, Ur.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . MILLER, ALICE PAIGE, fFr.D, Mobile, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . MILLER, BECKY CAROL, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . MILLER, BEEBE ELLEN, QFr.D, Huntsville, Education . . . MILLER, DAVID MICHAEL, Ur.D, North- port, Engineering, Sigma Nu . . . MILLER, JR., ELBERT G., CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma. Row Semen: MILLER, ELIZABETH ANNE, CSoph.D, Mobile, Educa- tion, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . MILLER, ELIZABETH IRWIN, CSoph.D, Bessemer, Education, Chi Omega . . . MILLER, GLENN HOWVARD, tFr.D, Aliceville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MILLER, JAMES A., tFr.D, Clanton, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . MILLER, JAMES LINDSAY, Ur.D, Cedar Bluff, Chemistry . . . MILLER, JEANETTE SYLVIA, tFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . MILLER, JOHN MOYE, CSoph.D, Homewood, Educa- tion . . . MILLER, III, JOHN R., tFr.D, Brewton, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . MILLER, MARCIA LOU, Ur.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . MILLER, MAUREEN SUE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences. Row Eight: MILLER, NANCY LATHRAM, Ur.D, Brewton, Educa- tion, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MILLER, RONALD LAMAR, CFr.D, Ashford, Engineering . . . MILLER, XVILLIAM JULIUS, fFr.D, Tusca- loosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MILLER, WVILLIAM THOMAS, CSoph.D, Ashford, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . MIL- LIGAN, ADRIAN DXVIGHT, QSoph. D, Brewton, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MILLIGAN, KAREN SUE, fFr.D, Patrick AFB, Florida, Nursing . . . MILLS, ANDREXV J., Ur.D, Goshen, Engineering, Theta Tau . . . MILLS, CHARLES DOUGLAS, fSoph.D, Richmond, Virginia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MILLS, GARY LEONARD, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . MILLS, MAD- LYN ANN, fFr. D, Uniontown, Education. Row Nine: MILLS, MYRNA CELESTE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Edu- cation . . . MILLS, NANCY CAROL, tFr.D, Falls Church, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . MILLSON, JR., JOHN W., CSoph.D, Atrnore, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . MILSTEAD, DONNA LYNNE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education, Delta Zeta . . . JOHN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and MILTON, RAYMOND Business Administration . . . MIMS, EMMA LONELLA, CSoph.D, Clan- Mnvis, JR., JOHN F., frm, Thorsby, ton, Arts and Sciences . . . MIMS, JOHNNY CLAUDE, Ur.D, Clanton, Arts and Sciences . . . Commerce and Business Adrninistration,, Phi Delta Theta . . . MIMS, ROBERT EARL, CFr.D, Ashford, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Pi Kappa Phi . . . MIMS, SUSAN ROSS, Ur.D, Jacksonville, Florida, Home Economics. Row Ten: MINIARD, LARRY THOMAS, QFr.D, Atrnore, Engineering . . . MINOR, III, JOHN W., CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . MINOR, LUCILE BRISTER, CFr.D, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . MINOR, REBECCA JANE, CFr.D, Decatur, Arts and Sciences . . . MITCHELL, AMELIA SIMPSON, CFr.D, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . MITCHELL, CLARENCE ROBERT, fFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . MITCHELL, DONNA ELIZABETH, CFr.D, Butler, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MITCHELL, JR., GEORGE J., tSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . - MITCHELL, AMELIA SIMPSON, fFr.D, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . MITCHELL, CLARENCE ROBERT, CFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . MITCHELL, DONNA ELIZABETH, fFr.D, Butler, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MITCHELL, JR., GEORGE J., fSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . - MITCHELL, HAROLD WILLIAM, fFr.D, Tuscumbia, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . MITCHELL, KATI-IRYN VVRIGHT, fFr.D3 Huntsville, Education. Page 350 4: A X wx NW x Aix ge Yi an gm, ,M 'x 1' wx .rw fa, . Q. XZ? vv.- .Y .- - Q-.., 5 UNDERCR DU TE N 0 QV U DERGRADUATE Q ri. Q K ,,,,,.,, ,gl Q 1 'x N f - ,- :f,g+" Q if if 'A 5 N s j 5. V M., W X , ,I L x fins- , X it ,Q K 4 Q 'ET , X fx, ska 5 KN, L. 'EF' ex! 1, . ,g g, 4 fm, . 'G' 5- f, 'TIT' 2 17 I , A I 9 at 4 , x i ,W at L, 1 L.. 5: 4 fw 2 ?f' -:N NZ, V W zxfbf f 1 K El - ,Q V Qt Q 9 , '- F , , . . . X ,X 38 S . kr? Q V A 1 J E H A V -v x ,, l V , 6 I it I 93, M V -V - , I: lsbyvk ' ' fx X 11 7 ii X , A V U ' XX , Q 4 . , gm ff ' SSH - if ' f , X 5 xg Page 352 Row One: MITCHELL, KAY ALLEN, CSoph.D, Phenix City, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . MITCHELL, MARCIA DIANE, fFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . MITCHELL, MAURICE CLINTON, Ur.D, Ilion, New York, Arts and Sciences . . . MITCHELL, PATRICIA ANNE, CFr.D, Huntsville, Education, Phi Mu . . . MIT- CHELL, PETER WAYNE, Ur.D, Luverne, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . MITCHELL, PHYLLIS, fSoph.D- Theodore, Home Economics . . . MITCHELL, ROBERT MICHAEL, fsopitp, Blacksburg, virginia, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . MIT- CHELL, WILLIAM MICHAEL, QSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MIXON, JR., HENRY P., Ur.D, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MIXON, JAMES BROVVN, CFr.D, Hamilton, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: MIZE, MRS. DOANE H., CSoph.D, Montgomery, Educa- tion . . MIZELL, GARY WILSON, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Theta Xi . . . MIZELL, MARY GAIL, fSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MIZELLE, JOHN TERRY, Ur.D, Montgomery, Engineering . . . MOAK, MARTHA ANN, Ur.D, Butler, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . MOEBES, JR., WILLIAM R., Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . MOEHRING, SHURLA ANN, Ur.D, Cullman, Arts and Sciences . . . MOELING, ANNA GORDON, CFr.D, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . MOLETTE, EUGENIA PAGE, CSoph.D, Orrville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . MONAC- HAN, MARGARET RUSHTON, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences. Row Three: MONETTE, WILLIAM LEE, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . MONROE, SANDRA JOY, Ur.D, Albertville, Arts and Sciences . . . MONROY, ROSARIO, CFr.D, Bolivia, Arts and Sci- ences . . . MONTELEONE, CAROL ANNE, QFLD, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . MONTI, BARBARA ANN, QFr.D, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Pi Beta Phi . . . MOODY, EARLE FARLEY, Ur.D, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . MOODY, WILLIAM DOUGLAS, CFr.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . MOORE, ANTHONY JAMES, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MOORE, BARTLEY ALLEN, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MOORE, FRANK D., CSoph.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Sigma Chi. Row Four: MOORE, GEORGE B., CSoph.D, Tallahassee, Florida, Engineering . . . MOORE, JAMES DANIEL, CSoph.D, Fayette, Arts and Sciences, Acacia . . . MOORE, JOHN HUDSON, CFr.D, Opp, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . MOORE, III, LEWIS U., Ur.D, Selma, Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta . . . MOORE, LOURANA JONES, Ur.D, Camden, Arts and Sci- ences, Delta Delta Delta . . . MOORE, LUCILLE, Ur.D, Senatobia, Mississippi, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . MOORE, PAUL RAY- MOND, Ur.D, Birmingham, Education . . . MOORE, RACHEL ELIZA- BETH, Ur.D, Northport, Education . . . MOORE, RONALD ALLEN, tFr.D, Hueytown, Engineering . . . MOORE, ROSA ETT, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences. Row Five: MOORE, SARA HELEN, fFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . MOORMAN, JR., JAMES W., Brewton, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . MORE- LAND, RICHARD LEWRENCE, QFr.D, Salisbury, Maryland, Arts and Sciences . . . MORGAN, CHARLES JAMES, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MORGAN, DOUGLAS BLAKE, CSoph.D, Grand Bay, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MORGAN, HAYNES STOKLEY, Ur.D, Piedmont, Engineering . . . MORGAN, JOAN MARIE, CFr.D, Tarrant, Education . . . MORGAN, PATRICIA DALE, Ur.D, Birmingharn,, Education, Phi Mu . . . MORPHEW, GARY ORVILLE, CFr.D, Haleyville, Arts and Sciences . . . MORRELL, III, ROBERT E., Ur.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi. EVENTY-FOUR YEARS is a long time to listen to that wretched cry of A'War Eagle," but thats just how long Alabama fans have been subjected to it. 'L The Crimson Tide played its cross-state rival, Au- burn, for the Rrst time on February 22, 1892. That was Alabamais iirst year of intercollegiate football. Auburn won that one, 23-22, and things havenit been the same since. The series continued until 1908 when Alabama said good- bye to Auburn and went on to become the South's first national football power. During the forty years that the two schools didn't play, Alabama set records at six Rosebowls. Finally, the people of the state began to demand a resump- Row Six: MORRIS, JODIE JEAN, Ur.D, Mobile, Education, Kap a Kappa Gamma . . . MORRIS, EDWARD NORVILLE, Ur.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . MORRIS, MARY ELIZA- BETH, CFr.D, Hartselle, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MORRISON, LEAH, fSoph.D, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . MORRISON, MARTHA ANN, CFr.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MORRISON, SANDRA DIANE, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . MORROW, BRENDA LYNN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MORROW, LINDA GAY, QFr.D, Centreville, Home Economics . . . MORROW, MICHAEL SMITH, Russellville, Engineering . . . MORROW, SYLBE MARIE, CFr.D, Russellville, Arts and Sciences. Row Seven: MORROW, WILLIAM EUGENE, CFr.D, Selma, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . MORTON, MARY MARGARET, CFr.D, Mobile, Education, Kappa Delta . . . MOR- TON, SHARRON PAULETTE, QFr.D, Opelika, Education, Phi Mu . . . MORTON, WILLIAM ARVID, QFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . , . MOSELEY, GEORGE RICHARD, CSoph.D, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MOSKOVITZ, FAYE ELLEN, QSoph.D, Nashville, Tennesssee, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau . . . MOSS, CAROL ANNE, Ur.D, Winiield, Educa- tion . . . MOSS, SAM WATSON, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sci- ences, Theta Chi . . . MOSTELLU, CYNTHIA JOAN, CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . MOUDRY, JR., JOSEPH L., CSoph.D, Birmingham, Engineering, Alpha Sigma Phi. Row Eight: MOYER, CAROLE BETH, fFr.D, Maitland, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MUELLER, TED HENRY, Ur.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . MUIR, DOUGLAS MACDOWELL, Ur.D, San Antonio, Texas, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . MULLER, CRISTINA WELLS, Ur.D, Memphis, Tennessee, Education, Chi Omega . . . MULLIGAN, LIANNA DENISE, QFr.D, Mobile, Educa- tion . . . MULLINS, JR., CHARLES H., fFr.D, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . MULLINS, JAMES VVILLIAM, CFr.D, Adamsville, Engineering . . . MULLINS, JOSHUA SANFORD, lSoph.D, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . MULLINS, ROBERT JOHN, CFr.D, Clanton, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . MULLINS, TONY MAE, QFr.D, Eclectic, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi. Row Nine: MUMMERT, GARY ALAN, QSoph.D, Decatur, Engi- neering . . . MUNN, EDVVARD EARL, QFr.D, Birmingham, Engineer- ing . . . MUNTZ, JANET DEE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education . . . MURFEE, SUSAN MCQUEEN, CSoph.D, Prattville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . MURPHREE, DAVID MICHAEL, Ur.D, Do- than, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . MURPHY, CATHERINE LOUISE, CSoph.D, Anniston, Arts and Sciences . . . MURRAY, BONNIE LYNN, fSoph.D, Huntsville, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . MURRAY, ELLEN BALDWIN, QSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MURRELL, CHARLES MANNING, CSoph.D, Hope Hull, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . MURPHY, MARILYN DENA, Ur.D, Northport, Education, Alpha Xi Delta. Row Ten: MUSCAT, JAMES W., Ur.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MYERS, GLENDA GAIL, Ur.D, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences . . . MYERS, SALLY ANN, QFr.D, Newport, Pennsylvania, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . MYERS, SYBIL GALE, Ur.D, Jasper, Education . . . MYERSCOUGH, SUSAN JANE, CFr.D, Thomasville, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . MYHAND, CHERYL JEAN, Ur.D, W'est Point, Georgia, Educa- tion, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . NIYHAND, ELIZABETH MARSHA, CFr.D, West Point, Georgia, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . NABORS, SCOTT RAYMOND, CSoph.D, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . NADER, MARY HELEN, CFresh.D, Jackson, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . NAGLE, DAVID LAWRENCE, C Soph. D , Huntsville, Engineering. I' tion of the Alabama-Auburn series. The schools didn't take the initiative so the state legis- lature did. It passed a law, which to this day, requires the two schools to play a football game once each year. The Hrst game under the new law was played at Legion Field in Birmingham in 1948. Alabama won 55-0. Ho Hum. l Poge 353 Q. - W, 'Iss 2 It ,s sssasgiaafs V X x S, I - FX - .... - N, g sis, fe S f X as x Q , X X si Rf SQ S s 1 Sox 5? 9' wx Q , .O t , i " at ISI 'S ERKQQI ,S - E I' xi s K A I , , H I VAA V J Q .s 1 R ' X I iz , EWU L Q , H , te-if I sz S' - , . B M, X 352 15 . V - K , E- ' if s 1 -'f' ,iv f ,R " . f Q 4, 0' S I I O 1 Y ' X, -1 J . , . X! I vw xt Row One: NAGRODZKI, SHIRLEY, CFresh.D, Tallahassec, Florida, Education . . . NAIL, JR., YVILLIAM ART1-IUR, Ur.D, Caalia, Arts and Sciences . . . NALL, J. FREDDY, QFresh.D, Monroevillc, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . NANCE, IAMES ALBERT, tFrcsh.D, Bynum, Arts and Sciences . . . NASH, NANCY ANNE, tFresh,D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Delta Gamma . . . NATTER, PATRICK IAMES, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . NEAL, PEGGY LOUISE, CFresh.D, Huntsville, A1'ts and Scienccs, Alpha Xi Delta . . . NEAL, RON, THOMAS, tFresh.D, Iluntsville, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . NEAREN, IUDITH CAROLE, tFresh.D, Cullman, Nursing, Delta Delta Delta . . . NEELY, SARAH CATERINE, CF1'esh.D, New Market, Education . . . NEIIER, JOAN, QFresh.D, Ozark, Arts and Sciences . . . NEHER, JUDY, tFrcsh.D, Ozark, Arts and Sciences . . . NELSON, ALIX ANN, CFresh.D, Max- well Air Force Base, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . NELSON, GLENN PAUL, CSOph.D, Dothan, Arts and Sciences . . . NELSON, LINDA LEE, fSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Delta Gamma . . . NELSON, TRUDI ANN, CFresh.D, Charleston, South Carolina, Educa- tion, Delta Delta Delta . . . NESS, SUSANNE RUTH, Ur.D, Hunts- ville, Education . . . NESTMAN, CHADVVICK HENRY, Ur.D, Chicka- saw, Arts and Sciences . . . NETTO, ANNETTE LOUISE, tFresh.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . NEUGENT, BECKI, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Chi Omega. Row Two: NEVIN, EDWARD HASKELL, CFr.D, Kingston, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . NEVVELL, FRANK C., CFr.D, Anniston, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . NEWHOFF, IANICE KAYE, CSoph.D, Atlanta, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . NEWMAN, ANNETTE, MARIE, tFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . NEWMAN, CHAROLTTE WALKER, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Educa- U DERGR D ATE tion . . . NEXVMAN, FRINK LINDSEY, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Engineer- ing . . . NEXVMAN, MICHAEL YANT, tSoph.D, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Psi . . . NENVSOM, GUNTER ELXVOOD, Ur.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . NEXVTON, CHARLES OLIVER, tFr.D, Greenville, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . NEXVTON, MICHAEL OSCAR, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . NEXVTON, MICHAEL T., tFr.D, Slocomb, Engineering . . . NEXVTON, TERESA ELAINE, tFr.D, Cusseta, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . NEXVTON, NVOODIE HERBERT, Ur.D, Thomasvi Ie, Engineering . . . NICHOLS, ANNA LU, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Scicnccs, Phi Mu . . . NICHOLS, CHARLOTTE AMANDA, CSoph.D, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences . . . NICHOLS, CHUCK, fFr.D5 Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . NICHOLS, SARAH ELLEN, Ur.D, Birmingham, Education . . . NICHOLS, SUE, Ur.D, Montgomcry, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . NICHOLS, CAROL LYNN, tFr.D, Eight Mile, Arts and Sciences . . . NISBET, JEAN ELIZABETH, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta. Row Three: NISBET JUDITI-I ANN, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . NIX, CLYDE WAYNE, Ur.D, Prattville, Arts and Sciences . . . NIX, DORCAS ELIZABETH, Ur.D, Carbon Hill, Education . . . NIX, GERALD BYRON, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Scicnccs . . . NOBLES, WILLIAM JOSEPH, fFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . NOEGEL, LARRY SCHATER, CSoph.D, Starke, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . NOEL, MAR- VIN DOUGLAS, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education . . . NOLAND, PHILLIP CARVER, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . NOOIIN, MARION DONVNS, CFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . NOOJIN, RAY O., Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Is ' f XS- s A ' K X X, 3 ,.a.,,--af-f . . is iv I5 9 5... 2 5 , W 2 f Suzi, ' - A. .. Was +I- s '.:1.. --if-sz-' 1 . X N, f 'sgZ5R2,,f?: Q ,tif . t my E' I ,it .s. SQ l f Q Q X X S' . 'dass' f-Q.. - L' . Q' 3 N exe '. ' , X532 ' " - f ws., -. 5 gy, 5 ' ,X . sq-as - 'C - Aa. N - . . 'ss N - 1,f!f.,. . -SQ f r K ,xx . . . NORMAN, CINDY LOU, CFLJ, Blountsville, Arts and Sciences . . . NORMAN, JAMES EDWARD, CSoph.J, Pensacola, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . NORMAN, ROBERT LEE, CJr.D, Trussville, Arts and Sci- ences . . . NORRIS, DENNIS L., tFr.J, Haleyville, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . , . NORRIS, PHIPPIP KAY, CSoph.D, Branenton, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . NORTHCUTT, CAROLYN R., CFLD, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . NORTHCUTT, MARILYN LOUISE, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . NORTHCUTT, WALTER LYNN, fFr.D, Hueytown, Engineering . . . NORTHROP, ELEANOR ELIZABETH, QSoph.J, Tampa, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Zeta . . . NORVVOOD, ANITA ELIZABETH, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education. Row Four: NORWOOD, BETH HUGHSTON, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . NORWOOD, JACQUE- LINE, CSoph.D, Choctaw, Arts and Sciences . . . NORWOOD, VERNA CLAIRE, QFLD, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . OAKLEY, JR., GEORGE L., QFLJ, Columbia, Engineerin . . . OAKS, MERI LYNN, fSoph.j, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, ATpha Delta Pi . . . O'BRIEN, NANCY PAULINE, CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Education, Phi Mu . . . OBRIEN, PATRICIA LYNNE, CFLD, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . OIBRIEN, SANDRA LEE, CSopl'1.D, North Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . OICONNOR, SUZANNE MARIE, CFr.j, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . OGLESBY, THOMAS EUGENE, CFLD, Trussville, Arts and Sciences . . . OGREAN, XVILLIAM KENNETH, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . OLDACRE, JOSEPH LOWELL, CJr.J, Somerville, Engineering . . . OLIVER, GARY EARL, CFr.j, Gorgas, Arts and Sciences . . . OLIVER, JACKIE DEVAN, QFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ,ygqy , V V- QQYQX 7 X , I ' C. ,X ,,,, f .IQ t. .2 f if 6 lip- ' ,'N View . , ,fo . , ..- , 3 N, A f J... AH NK , fy , 2 . f gp 'KZ' by R it fe., QM l L, -, 6 , H ' s' I ' is Q .Mft f WB: '- , ,l .. , is , I l . . 7 'sw I az, x , N , " 1- i ,s e , f , ,f . , M f W' 'E tt I . .. J I 2 ti' - sgy., V Q f , x If .. N 4 4 S ig fi 4 1 , I ULN ' k a, 1' N , , Km 'K ,A rf fl Ha , , . I f Nt' N ft, ex ,I I 'V k OLIVER, PHILIP DUDLEY, CFLJ, Roanoke, Arts and Sciences . . . OLSON, VICKI JANE, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . O'MARY, JOAN E., CFLJ, Winfield, Arts and Sciences . . . O,NEAL, CAROLYN FRANCES, CFr.J, Riderwood, Nursing, Alpha Delta Pi . . . O,NEAL, JR., WILLIAM VVORTH, CFr.J, Chickasaw, Arts and Sciences . . . O'NEIL, LYNDA ELIZABETH, CFr.j, Tus- caloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Five: O'REAR, BEVERLY ANN, CFLD, Nauvoo, Commerce and Business Administration . . . OREM, ERNEST L., QFLJ, Hunts- ville, Engineering . . . OSBORNE, PATRICIA GAIL, Huntsville, CFLD, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . OSBORNE, TIMOTHY DEXTER, QSoph.j, Prattville, Arts and Sciences . . . OSBOURN, GLINDA DUPHINE, Cl-7'r.J, Elpaso, Texas, Education . . . OSBOURN, JERRY WAYNE, CJr.J, Sylacauga, Arts and Sciences . . . OSTNER, DIANE, QFLD, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, Huntsville . . . OSWALT, LETHA ANITA, qsophq, wvinfield, Education . . . OSWALT, SUSAN, CJLD, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . OTTS, SHIRLEY MAC, CFr.D, Greensboro, Arts and Sciences . . . OUTLAW, PAULA MARIE, CFr.D, Guntersville, Arts and Sciences . . . OVERALL, ALBERT HENRY, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences. . . OVERTON, BROOKIE DAY, fSoph.D, Double Springs, Arts and Sci- ences . . . OVERTON, DONALD EUGENE, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . OVSON, SUSAN ANN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . OYVEN, DEB- ORAH GILLETTE, fFr.D, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . OWEN, ELIZABETH R., CFr.D, Butler, Commerce and Business Administration . . . OXVEN, GEORGEANN, tSoph.j, Bcll City, Arts and Sciences . . . OVVEN, RONALD fJr.j, Crccnvillc, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . OWEN, ROSE MARY, CSoph.D, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu. Poge 355 U DERGRADUATE Row One: OWEN, DENNIS PRAYTOR, QSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . , . OWENS, JAMES LEONARD, CFLJ, Birmingham, Engineering . . . OWENS, JUDITH HELENE, CFr.J, Arts and Sciences, East Gadsden . . . OWENS, PAUL DENNARD, lJr.J, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Brewton . . . OWENS, R. MICHAEL, lFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . OWENS, SANDRA GAIL, fFr.D, Birmingham, Education . . . OWENS, SANDRA LEWIS, fFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . OWENS, THOMAS MCCLENDON, Atlanta, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa CFr.J . . . OXFORD, LANA, CSoph.J, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . OZMENT, JR. OLIVER JASPER, fFr.J, Emelle, Arts and Sciences . . . PACE, JEFFREY STEWART, QFr.J, Eastaboga, Arts and Sciences . . . PACE, KATHLEEN QUINN, QFr.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Nursing, Chi Omega . . . PACE, MARILYN CARTER, CSoph.J, Shefheld, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . PACE, SANDRA A., QFLD, Montgomery, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . PACEY, SUSAN BRODBECK, CJr.J, Point Clear, Home Economics . . . PADDOCK, JACQUELYNNE W., CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . PAD- DOCK, RICHARD GEORGE, CFLD, El Cojon, California, Engineer- ing, Kappa Sigma . . . PADGETT, SANDRA KAY, CFr.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Delta Gamma . . . PAEK, DONALD ROBERT, fFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . PAIGE, RICHARD H., CSoph.J, Schevectady, New York, Education. Row Two: PAINTER, DENNIS EARL, CJr.J, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Birmingham . . . PAINTER, DRATHA ANN, fFr.J, Altoona, Nursing . . . PAINTER, THOMAS HAROLD, CFIZJ, Green- ville, Arts and Sciences . . . PAISLEY, XVILLIAM DAVID, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PALMER, MARTHA LOUISE, CFr.D, Hueytown, Arts and Sciences . . . PARDUE, NORMAN CORDREY, JR., fSoph.J, New Cumberland, Penn., Engi- neering . . . PARIS, CLARK VIRGIL JR, CFLJ, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . PARK, JOSEPH EARL, CSoph.j, Ralph, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PARK, KENNETH LEE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . PARKER, ALICE JANE, fSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . PARKER, BETTY JAYNE, fJr.D, Cullman, Education, Delta Gamma . . . PARKER, DOROTHY ROSE, QJr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . PARKER, JAMES WESLEY, QFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . PARKER, RAPHEAL DENSON, CJr.D, Lipscomb, Commerce and Business Administration . , . PARKHURST, BRENDA GAYLE, CJLJ, Florence, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . PARKS, DONALD R., fJr.D, Decatur, Home Eco- nomics, Phi Kappa Psi . . . PARKS, PATZY JANE, CSoph.J, Talladega, Home Economics . . . PARRISH, CHARLES TYRONE, fFr.J, Arts and Sciences . . . PARRISH, DAVID KAVANAUGH, CFr.J, Arts and Sciences, Birmingham, Theta Chi . . . PARRISH, MARY KATHRYN, CFr. J, Florence, Nursing. Row Three: PARSONS, BETTY FRANK, fFr.J, Fairfield, Education . . . PARSONS, FRANK JOSEPH, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences . . . PARSONS, JACK EDWARD, CSoph.D, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma , . . PARSONS, MARION MERTS, CJr.D, Huntsville, Education, Chi Omega . . . PARSONS, WILLIAM EDWIN JR., CFrs.j, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma , . . PARTIN, CHARLES C., fSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . PASSMORE, IVALTER SCOTT, fJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences , . . PATCHEL, MALCOLM, fSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . PATE, JERRY DEON, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . QA- V yy, I T' In f, X x : I ixiffii YI wr. A er-f-. ia 6 i' 9 I Page 356 PATTERSON, CATHERINE LEE, CFr.D, Atmore, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . PATTERSON, CHARLES LEE JR., Ur.D, Clanton, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . PATTERSON, DIANE, fFr.D, Birmingham, Home Eco- nomics . . . PATTERSON, JAMES VVAYNE, QFr.D, Red Level, Engi- neering . . . PATTERSON, MICHAEL VICTOR, CFr.D, Omaha, Nebraska, Arts and Sciences . . . PATTON, ANN VEREEN, QFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . PATTON, MAXIE T., Ur.D, Mobile, Engineering, Sigma Chi . . . PATTON, THOMAS HERBERT, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . PAUL, PAMELA ROSE, lFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . PAULSON, STEVEN JOHN, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PAYNE, BETTE LEIGH, CSoph.D, Athens, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta. Row Four: PAYNE, BUFORD DAVID, CFr.D, Albertville, Educa- tion, Acacia . . . PAYNE, KAROLYN SUSAN, CF1'.D, Montgomery, Education, Phi Mu . . . PAYNE, PHILIP PATTON, CSoph.D, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . PAYNE, RICHARD COURTNEY, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . PAYNE, RITA DIANE, CFr.D, Trussville, Education . . . PEARCE, DANA L., Ur.D, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Delta Delta . . . PEARCE, JR., FRANKLIN PATRICK, Hunts- ville, Engineering, Sigma Chi . . . PEARCE, MICHAEL L., Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . PEARCE, PHYLLIS ANNE, CSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . PEARCE, ROBERT CHARLES, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . PEARCE, ROBERT MCINTYRE JR., CFr.D, Redstone Arsenal, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PEARCE, SARAH LOU, CFr.D, Danville, Education . . . PEARSON, ELIZABETH ANN, CSoph.D, Mobile, Nursing . . . PEARSON, ELLEN GRACE, CSoph.D, Vernon, Education ' - 'f '2 i 3-W K t K V Q 7? 1 X Af' N 6 w X v 1, xv Wx fgfiigf XX M yy f X gr x VT Q' Q- . A s I P f D N Y N, I 'Sy W ' is . t Q ,ix 5. A- 4 , . , N K. .. ,. . . -W. .. . -. . - X as zz.. .. Q55 Q if N W 'tak , 1" , "" ' I. ":. . Nah ,, ' L A ii A K 1 I ZS Q' ,X fifgh if -. I Q lk! . . . PEARSON, MARION WILLIAM JR., Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . PEARSON, SAMMY JOE, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PECK, JOHN LESLIE, CFr.D, Erie, Penn., Education . . . PECK, JOLEE, CFr.D, Daphne, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . PEEBLES, MARTHA IRENE, fSoph.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . PELFREY, WILLIAM V., fFr.D, Clio, Arts and Sciences. Row Five: PENDLEY, MARTHA VANN, U-7'r.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . PENNINGTON, CAROL ANN, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Phi Mu . . . PENTECOST, WOODROW REEVES JR., Ur.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . PEOPLE, JOE EDWARD, fFr.D, Phenix City, Engineering . . . PEPPERMAN, JACOB EDWARD JR., Ur.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . PERRY, BILLY CHARLES, fFr.D, Oakman, Engineering . . . PERRY, JR., JOHN FLETCHER, CFr.D, Winfield, Education . . . PERRY, LEE, QFr.D, Sprague, Education . . . PERRY, SHERRY WENDY, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . PESNELL, HARVEY GARY, Ur. D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . PETERSON, AMELIA ANN, fF1'.D, Berry, Home Economics . . . PETERSON, DREW WARREN, CFLD, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi . . . PETERSON, JAMES DAVID, tF1'.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . PETERSON, REBECCA ANN, CSoph.D, Kimberly, Educa- tion . . . PETREY, JAMES MCRAE, QFr.D, Alexander City, Education, Phi Gamma Delta . . . PETRY, FORREST HART, Ur.D, Eufaula, Arts and Sciences . . . PETTY, ARLEN DWIGHT, Ur.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . PEVERLEY, THERESA CORINNE, CFr.D, BelAir, Maryland, Arts and Sciences . . . PHARO, SUSAN JANE, Ur.D, Chagrin Falls, Ohio, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma De ta . . . PHILLIPS, CAROL LENNIA, fEr.D, Besse- mer, Education, Phi Mu. 'Q' W L-s IS? A Q u ii -13 ,. Y I !....l, W -QP, . 5 " S I fb 4 K an 5 3 wg I .IAQ L, 4-D I I x Page 357 N THE EARLY I900's, Women were up in arms, both in America and England. And University of Alabama Women, not to be outdone, organized, too. ITM " Alabama's K'SuEragettesv began protesting for their rights. Not receiving too much attention at iirst, they got their point over one day when practically every coed joined a band to storm the Administration Building While a faculty meeting Was in session. They were refused admission and the doors were locked. Immediately, the "suHragettes,' nailed to the door an immense placard demanding certain Women's rights. First among the six was the "Right to use the gym- nasiumf, One demand which Was quickly granted was the integrating of the All-Star Tennis team. But, alas, Within a couple of years, the name of the team had to be changed to the "Coed Tennis Teamli' r I Row One: PHILLIPS, DAVID LAMAR, tFr.J, Sumiton, Arts and Sciences . . . PHILLIPS, DOUGLAS EUGENE, QFr.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . PHILLIPS, GINNY LEE, CSoph.J, Leeds, Chemistry . . . PHILLIPS, JANE PALMER, tFr.J, Roanoke, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . PHILLIPS, JESSE EDWIN, tJr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . PHILLIPS, LEONARD L., CSoph.J, Atmore, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . , PHILLIPS, LYNDA FRANCES, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Education, Chi Omega . . . PHILLIPS, LYNN HIRAM, QJr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . PHILLIPS, MARTHA JANE, fFr.J, Pell City, Education . . . PHILLIPS, ROBERT ALLEN, QJr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma. Row Two: PHILLIPS, ROSALYN ARLENE, tFr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . PHILLIPS, SANDRA KAY, QJr.J, Oxford, Home Economics . . . PHILLIPS, SUSAN CLARK, tFr.D, Bessemer, Home Economics . . . PHILLIPS, TERRY EARL, QFr.D, Birmingham, Engineering . . . PHILLIPS, JR., THOMAS MAR- TIN, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . PHILLIPS, WILLIAM HUNTER, tJr.J, Butler, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . PHILPOTT, TIMOTHY HURLEY, tSoph.J, Pensacola, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . PICKENS, LINDA GAIL, tFr.l, Birmingham, Education . . . PICKETT, MAR- GARET STEWARD, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Education, Delta Gamma . . . PIERCE, MARY DANA, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega. Row Three: PIERCE, RAY WARD JR., fSoph.J, XVilliamsburg, Virginia, Arts and Sciences . . . PIERCE, STEVAN XVADE, CSoph.J, Scottsboro, Arts and Sciences . . . PIETROSEWICZ, JR., CASIMER VICTOR, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . PINION, DORIS FAYE, CSoph.J, Northport, Education . . . PINION, MARY ELLEN, CJr.J, Berry, Education . . . PIPES, JOANNE PRATHER, tJr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . PIPPIN, FRAN DICKIE, CFr.J, Anniston, Nursing, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . PITTMAN, HEN- RIETTA, CFr.J, Florence, Education, Chi Omega . . . PITTMAN, WALTER LEE, CSoph.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Admini- stration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . PITTS, LENA NOREEN, CSoph.J, Cullman, Education. Row Four: PITTS, LINDA SUE, tFr.J, Red Level, Home Eco- nomics . . . PITTS, SAUNDRA GAIL, CSoph.J, Muscle Shoals, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . PLACE, CHARMIAN CUTHIPH, QFLJ, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . PLYLER, BONNIE D., tJr.J, Jasper, Parrish, Education . . . POCHRAN, JR., JOSEPH SAMUEL, tSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineer- ing . . . POINTER, CHARLES HANNON, CFr.J, Home Economics, Acacia . . . POLEWODA, JENNIFER MAE, CSoph.J, Mobile, Home Economics . . . POLLARD, ELIZABETH HELEN, CFr.D, Mobile, Education, Delta Zeta . . . POLLARD, Lois ELAINE SUSIE, tFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . POLLACK, WILLIAM JAMES, tJr.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences. Row Five: PONDER, MARY BROMBERG, QFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . POOL, WILLIAM FOSTER, CSoph.J, North- port, Commerce and Business Administration . . . POOLE, BONNIE JEAN, fFr.J, MCCALLA, Arts and Sciences . . . POOLE, KATHERINE LEE, CFr.J, Hueytown, Education . . . POOLE, WILLIAM CONRAD' CFr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . PORTER, CAROLYN LEE? CJr.J, Kennedy, Education . . . PORTER, JOAN, fFr.J, Kennedy? Education . . . PORTER, VIVIAN ANNE, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . POSEY, WALTER JR., tSoph.Jf Florence, Engineering, Theta Xi . . . POSEY, WILLIAM CARL, CFr.Jf Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alphal Row Six: POTTER, MARY ANN, CSoph.J, Sheffield, Home Eco- nomics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . POTTS, JOHN MURRAY, tJr.J, Florence, Chemistry, Phi Delta Theta . . . POWELL, CENIE CAROL, CJr.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Delta Pi . . . POWELL, JOHN D. III, fFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PONVELL, LINDA GAYLE, tSoph.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Delta rr . . . POXVELL, VIRCIL COUSINS, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . POXVELL, NVILLIAM DONALD, tSoph.J, Bayou La Batre, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . POVVER, JOIIN OWEN, tJr.l, Decatur, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . POXVERS, ANN BORDEN, tJr.J, Beaumont, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . POXVERS, JAMES PRANKLIN, tFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi. Row Seven: POYNTZ, CHARLOTTE LEE, tFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . PRAHM, CAROLYN GAYLE, CFLJ, Montgomery, Education . . . PRATER, SANDRA ANN, tSoph.J, Millport, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . PRATT, MINNIE BRUCE, tSoph.J, Centreville, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . PRESTAGE, JR., NILES ARON, QFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PRICE, BEVERLY ANN, QFr.J, Florence, Education, Kappa Delta . , PRICE, III, CHARLES A., CFr,J, lluntsvillc, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nrr . . . PRICE, JR., EUGENE IIAROLSON, tFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . PRICE, JEAN ANNE, tJr.J, Montgomery, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . PRICE, KENNETH RABURN, CFLD, Birmingham, Engineering. Row Eight: PRICE, PATRICIA JEAN, CJr.J, Gorgas, Arts and Sci- ences . . . PRICE, PAULA ANN, tJr.l, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . PRICE, SUSAN ELIZABETH, QSoph.J, Hunts- ville, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . PRICE, THOMAS ALLAN, tFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . PRICE-NVILLIAMS, RONALD THORNTON, tFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PRICKETT, H. DAVID, tFr.J, Blountsville, Engineering . . . PRIDGEN, BARBARA JEAN, CSoplr.J, Ozark, Arts and Sciences . . . PRIEST, RICHARD HARDING, tFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . PRIEST, TRACY JAMES, CFr.l, Arcadia, California, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . SKINGLE, GLEN R., tFr.J, Sylacauga, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma e ta. Row Nine: PRITCHARD, GAYNELLE, fJr.J, Jackson's Gap, Home Economics, Alpha Delta Pi . . . PRICHETT, CHARLES GREGORY, tFr.J, Huntsville, Engineering . . . PRITCHETT, KATHLEEN NIXON, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . PRITCHETT, ROBERT MONROE, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . PROPST, JAMES EDVVARD, tJr.J, Clanton, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . PROVINCE, CORRIE MERE- DITH, CSoph.D, Paris, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . PROVOST, STERLING WVILLIAM, JR., tSoph.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . PUCKETT, RODERICK A., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Lambda Chi Al- pha . . . PUGII, BARBARA JOAN, tFr.J, Birrningham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . PUGH, JAMES LAWRENCE, tJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha. Row Ten: PUGH, LINDA GAIL, CFr.J, Opp, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . PUGH, VVILLIAM ALLEN, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PUGH, VVILLIAM BART- LETT, CFr.J, Mountain Brook, Arts and Sciences . . . PULLIAM, JAMES LEVI, CJr.J, Spray, North Carolina, Edrrcation . . . PUM- PHREY, ROBERT ERNEST, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . PURCELL, DOUGLAS CLARK, CFr.J, Truss- ville, Engineering . . . PURCELL, JR., ROY KEITH, tFr.J, Bessemerg Engineering . . . PURDY, ROBERT VV., CFr.J, Fort Payne, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . PURVIS, ROBERT JACKSON, CFr.J, Opp, Engineering, Sigma Nu . . . PYRON, JOHN STEPHEN, CFr.J, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences. Page 358 1 , YQNK 'Vlf 5 SSI 43,7-fx S .Aix-X S X ' A X X X X X QQ W 1 Qfx Yi J rf P ,wljxf ' A A 1 X N xx N , 3 i ..-xi." Q me uf., X . sa f 1 iwffx, Q Ng ,SS 9 X -1 iv xx F X .Q , Is, ., ,x Q T"-r 1-A-A , i-"QA . -xt . ,f Q Qi rw ,pm w- if x 'lwvw' -.. , . 17 . A f f . A , We 1 . WMS 194- my av, C- U f ,.... 4. xy Q. 've f ff! . Q nf : W 1 ,,. X DERGRADUATE UNDERGRADUATE V ' K .2 'mf A E ijggg Egg! 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RAINER, CLAIRE MARBURY, CSoph.J, Union Springs, Arts and Science, Kappa Delta . . . RAINEY, KENNETH L., JR., QJr.j, Gadsden, Arts and Science, Beta Theta Pi . . . RAINEY, MYRON DUNCAN, CFr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Science, Beta Theta Pi . . . RAINS, DAVID AL- BERT, CJr.J, Fort Payne, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . RALEIGH, RICHARD J., fJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi . . . RALSTON, LINDA DIANNE, QFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Science . . . RAMAGE, JAMES T., III, CFLJ, Brundidge, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Kappa Sigma . . . RAMBO, ROSEMARY, CJr.J, Tyler, Education . . . RANDALL, JOY, CJr.J, Marion Junction, Arts and Science, Kappa Delta. Row Three: RANDMAN, KENNETH F., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . RASCO, HOWARD WENDELL, fFr.J, Birrnin - ham, Arts and Science . . . RASCO, JAMES THOMAS, fFr.D, Fairfield, Arts and Science . . . RASTALL, SUSAN CORINE, CFr.D, Montgomery, Education . . . RAWLINGS, RAY DAVIS, CSoph.J, McComb, Missis- sippi, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . RAVVLS, SUSAN LYNN, CFr.J, Athens, Education . . . RAY, BEN R., JR., CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Theta Chi . . . RAY, CAROL LYNNE, CJr.J, Bessemer, Arts and Science, Phi Mu . . . RAY, DAVID BUTLER, fFr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . RAY, GUY NVALTER, CJr.J, Pratville, Education, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Row Four: RAY, JOE O., QSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . RAY, ROBERT MICHAEL, QSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . RAY, THOMAS HOWARD, CFr. J, Hampton, Virginia, Arts and Science . . . RAYMON, EDWARD BRIAN, fSoph.J, Tuskegee, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . RAYMOND, SUSAN A., CSoph.J, Fort Payne, Arts and Science, Alpha Chi Omega . . . RAUSCHENBACH, BEVERLEY RANDOLPH, CFLJ, McLean, Virginia, Arts and Science, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . REA, MARCIA K., CJr.J, Griffin, Georgia, Education, Delta Zeta . . . READY, LESLEY MARIE, CJr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Science, Alpha Chi Omega . . . REAVES, JAMES CLINTON, CFr.J, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . RECTOR, JUDITH ANN, CFr.J, Danville, Illinois, Nursing, Pi Beta Phi. Row Five: REDD, JAMES TAYLOR, fFr.J, Birmingham, Engineer- ing, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . REDING, CURTIS CLEVELAND, CFr.J, Decatur, Georgia, Arts and Science, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . REDOS, ROBERT C., III, fJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Admini- stration, Kappa Alpha . . . REED, CHARLES HARRISON, fFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . REED, FORDY EDWIN, CSoph.J, Attalla, Arts and Science . . . REED, LARRY NORMAN, CFLJ, Lanett, Engineering . . . REED, REBECCA, CFr.J, Dover, Delaware, Arts and Science, Delta Gamma . . . REED, RONNIE HAROLD, CFr.D, VVini'ield, Commerce and Business Administration . . . REED, ROSA- LYN JEAN, fSoph.J, Bay Minette, Arts and Science . . . REED, SANDRA, CJr.J, Chatom, Education. A 'nr AN N ANGRY MOTORIST blasts his horn at a con- r'." 'ff fused lady driver, a teenage hoodlum honks for Cf ffh his date to come out. They may not realize it at MI' I the time, but both are using a product of the Uni- versity of Alabama. It all began about 1915. Absalom M. Kennedy, an electro- chemist at Alabama, decided cars should have something besides squeeze-bulb horns. So, Dr. Kennedy invented the electrical car horn. Although an auto horn seems pretty standard equipment by today's standards, it was quite a novel idea back then. It took several years for the new gadget to catch on, since some unprogressive people thought engine knocks and backiires were noise enough for their automobile. Many other contrivances have resulted from Capstone Row Six: REEDER, DAVID ALAN, QSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . REES, JOHN DANIEL, fJr.J, Riverton, New Jersey, Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi . . . REES, KEN- NETH ANDERSON, CSop .J, Columbus, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences . . . REESE, JOHN CROWELL, CFLD, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Phi Kappa Psi . . . REEVE, PETER, CSoph.J, Lawgley A.F.B., Virginia, Engineering . . . REEVES, CAROL JO, CFLJ, Hueytown, Education . . . REEVES, JAMES E., III, CFr.J, Abbeville, Engineering, Kappa Sigma . . . REEVES, JUDY ELIZABETH, CFr.J, Opp, Education . . . REEVES, LINDA, fFr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . REEVES, SANDRA, fJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Delta Zeta. Row Seven: REEVES, NANCY DAVIDSON, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Phi Mu . . . REEVES, RONALD JOSEPH F., CSoph. D, Guntersville, Engineering . . . REILLY, PATRICK MICHAEL, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . REISER, LINDA JOY, lJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . RENAUD, DONNA MARIE, lSoph.J, Mobile, Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . REUBEN, DIANE SUE, CSoph.J, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . REYNOLDS, CHARLES ROBERT, fSoph.J, Gadsden, Arts and Science . . . REYNOLDS, ROY SANDERS, QFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . REENIK, TOBIE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Nursing, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . RHODES, MARY ALICE, fF1'.J, Greenville, Arts and Science. Row Eight: RHODES, THOMAS GRADY, CSoph.l, Tuscumbia, Engineering . . . RIALL, ANN BERNICE, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Science, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . RICE, SAMUEL DAVID, fFr.J, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . RICE, SARAH FRANCES, CSoph.J, Northport, Education, Kappa Delta . . . RICHARDS, JAMES STEPHEN, fSoph.J, Fayette, Engineering, Acacia . . . RICHARDS, VIRGINIA ANN, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Science, Zeta Tau Alpha . . , RICHARDSON, NANCY PARSONS, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Science, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . RICHARDSON, RICHARD TAL, qsophq, Birmingham, Chemistry, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . RICHARDSON, ROBERT WINSTON, fJr.J, Pensacola, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . RICHARDSON, SALLY KAY, CJr.J, Bristol, Virginia, Education. Row Nine: RICKARD, GARRY E., CFLJ, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . RICKARD, HARRIET WEEKS, CFr.J, Florence, Arts and Science . . . RICKETT, CHRISTINE ELIZABETH, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Science, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . RICKETTS, RICHARD RANDALL, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ence . . . RIDDLE, REBECCA ANN, CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Science, Phi Mu . . . RIDDLE, ROSALIE ELLEN, CSoph.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . RIDOLPLI, EARL DANIEL, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . RIGGS, DOROTHY DEE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . RIKARD, EDWARD RAY, CSoph.J, Tuscumbia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . RILEY, GEORGE PATRICK, CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Science, Delta Tau Delta. Row Ten: RILEY, STANCEL, JR., CFr.J, Bessemer, Arts and Sci- ence . . . RINEHART, MARY CAROLYN, fFr.J, Demopolis, Arts and Science . . . RINGER, ARLENE SHARON, CFr.J, Pass Christian, Missis- sippi, Arts and Science, Zeta Tau Alpha , . . RINKS, DAN BARRER, fJr.J, Pensacola, Florida, Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta . . . RIPPS, GORDAN, fSoph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . RITCHIE, JAMES MCLEAN, CFr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . RITTER, ELIZABETH E., QFr.J, Commack, New York, Education . . , RIVERS, NANCY CAROL, fFr.J, Orlando, Florida, Engineering . . . RIVES, JAMES V., CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . ROARK, RANDY, CFr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration. ingenuity. There were meth- ii - ods for reiining graphite, 1 bleaching wood pulp, treating aluminum ore, and analyzing gases. But perhaps the greatest invention was an anti-aircraft M, j ' range finder. As any gung-ho I Air Force ROTC student can tell you, it was this range finder that made air combat possible. 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ROB- ERTS, CHARLES CLINE, tSoph.J, Cuba, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . ROBERTS, GAIL FRANCES, tl7r.l: Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . ROBERTS HAYWARD BERNARD, tFr.J, York, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Delta Tau Delta . . . ROBERTS, HELEN E.- CFr.J, Columbiana, Home Economics, Chi Omega . . . ROBERTS JOEL DAVID, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . ROBERTS, MAR- GARET ALICE, tFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . ROBERTS, MARY HELEN, QJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Phi Mu . . . ROBERTS, PATRICIA ESTELLE, tSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Phi Mu . . . ROBERTS, THOMAS ATKINSON, tSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . ROBERTS, THOMAS VVILLIAM, CSoph.J, Fayette, Arts and Science, Sigma Chi . . . ROBERTSON, DAVID, tFr.J, Mont- gomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . ROBERTSON, ELIZABETH RICHARDS, fI"r.J, Fayette, Arts and Science, Kappa Delta . . . ROBERTSON, KAY VICTORIA, tSoph.J, Anniston, Arts and Science, Alpha Chi Omega . , . ROBERTSON, MELISSA TURPIN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Kappa Kappa Gamma. n 1 Row Two: ROBERTSON, PAUL J., JR., tJr.D, Montgomery, Com- merce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . ROBINETT, CHARLES D., JR., tSoph.J, Attalla, Arts and Science, Beta Theta Pi . . . ROBINETTE, MITZI ANNE, CFLJ, Birmingham, Nursing, Delta Zeta . . . ROBINSON, BETTIE WALTERINE, CFIZJ, Georgiana, U DERGRADU TES K' 9 3 Education . . . ROBINSON, GIIARLES GRIGG, tFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . ROBINSON, MARGARET LINDA, tl"r.7, Atmore, Engineering . . . ROBINSON, MARGERI LEE1 t.Ir.D1 Dothan, llome Economics, Pi Beta Phi . , . ROBINSON, NANCY GORDON, tJr.J, lluntsvillcg Arts and Science, Kappa Delta . . . ROBINSON, R. LARRY, tFr.l, Meridian, Mississippi, Engineering . . . ROBINSON, RIGIIARD IIOXYARD, tS0ph.l, Alexander Gity, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . ROBINSON, ROBERT LEXYIS, tJr.l1 Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . ROBINSON, SHIRLEY JEAN: tFr.D, Bessemer, Arts and Science, Phi Mu . . . ROBINSON. TIIOMAS R., CFr.D, Iiuntsville, Arts and Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . ROBISON, JAMES DONALD, tFr.J, Oneonta, Engineering . . . RODGERS, BRENDA JOYCE: tFr.J, Cullman, Education . . . ROD- GERS, KENNETH XVI-IITE, tFr.l, lluntsvilleg Arts and Science, Kappa Alpha . . . RODGERS, TIIOMAS GARLAND, tJr.J, Hopewell, Virginia, Arts and Science, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . ROE, BRENDA LEE? CFr.J, Iluntsville, Arts and Science, Delta Zeta . . . ROEDDER, XVILLIAM C., JR., tSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . ROGERS, ALICE EVELYN9 tSoph. J, Birmingham, Education. Row Tlzrec: ROGERS, CHARLOTTE GAIL, fFr.J, Bhminghallh Education . . . ROGERS, DAVID ALONZO, tFr.J, Phenix City, Arts and Science . . . ROGERS, FOREMAN A., JR., tFr.D, Montgomery Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . ROGER5, GAIL SHANNON, tFr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Science, Kappa KQDP3 Gamma . . . ROGERS, J. DOUGLAS, tJr.D, Fairfield, Arts and Science . . . ROGERS, JO ANNE, tFr.J, Union Springs, Education, Pi Beta P111 . . . ROGERS, JOY LYNN, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Science . - - ROLF, LELAND SCI-IONE, tJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi . . . ROLLINGS, JOHN PAUL, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Beta Theta Pi . . . ROMBERG, DAN EDWARD, CPI'-I5 ,,g:a,, . 'kwa 9 at WW " st x 61 X L ,gg-' .. ' qyhiw 1 ?-ge' ' I -Q 5: i. . . ng aaa - W .1 A I-53 .1 ' Y Q, ' Q 3 . 5 . J '. 5 ' ' . ffiwp -V if", . f WW -iff? r -Q g ,.. , .X 5 Q-fr S3 Henagar, Education . . . ROPER, DOUGLAS CLINTON, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Theta Chi . . . ROPER, ROBERT CHARLES, QFLJ, Phenix City, Arts and Science . . . ROSA, FREDRIC DAVID, QSoph.D, Monroe, Wfisconsin, Commerce and Business Admini- stration . . . ROSE, ALBERT S., QJr.J, Meridian, Mississippi, Com- merce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . ROSEMORE, ANDREW S., QFr.J, Fayette, Arts and Science, Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . ROSENFELD, ILENE FAY, CFLJ, Birmingham, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . ROSENZWEIG, CHERYE, CFr.J, New Orleans, Louisiana, Education . . . ROSS, MARILYN DIANNE, fSoph.J, Phenix City, Nursing . . . ROSS, PHILLIP ROD- NEY, fSopl'1.J, Chelsea, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . ROSSMAN, DONALD ALAN, CSoph.J, Binningham, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi. Row Four: ROSSON, LAWRENCE FRANCIS, fFr.J, Chicago, Illi- nois, Arts and Science . . . ROTH, EUGENE JOSEPH, QFr.J, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ROTHE, ALVIN G., IR., CFLJ, Birmingham, Engineering . . . ROWVE, REBA JANE, CFr.J, Trussville, Arts and Science . . . ROWE, STANLEY DANGAL, CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Science, Sigma Chi . , . ROWELL, MARENO C., IR., CSoph.J, Greenville, Engineering . . . ROWLAND, HUGH PHIL- LIP, CFr.J, Talladega, Arts and Science . . . ROWLEN, RITA CAROL, f5Oph.l, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . ROYSTON, LEON D., IR-5 lFr-D, Moulton, Arts and Science, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . RUBERY, RONALD JOHN, QFr.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . RUDICELL, CHERRY ANN, CFLD, Hamilton, Home Economics . . . RUMMEL, WILLIAM FREDRICK, CSOph.l5 Columbus, Mississippi, Arts and Science, Sigma Chi . . . RUMSEY, ROBERT LEE, CSoph.J, Sylacauga, Commerce and Business Admini- SUQFIOUS Delta Tau Delta . . . RUNKEL, FREDRICK JOHN, CSoph.J, Covington, Louisiana, Arts and Science, Kappa Alpha . . . RUSHING, 'zz-i V AY MARION D., III, CFr.D, Bessemer, Arts and Science, Pi Kappa Phi . . . RUSSELL, CAROLYN EVANS, CSoph.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Science . . . RUSSELL, DONALD M., JR., QFLJ, Selma, Arts and Science, Kappa Alpha . . . RUSSELL, IMELDA MARIE, QFLD, Mobile, Arts and Science, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . RUSSELL, LOUIS GEORGE, CJr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . RUSSELL, OSCAR C., JR., fSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Science, Phi Kappa Psi. Row Five: RUSSELL, STEPHAN VIRGIL, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Science . . . RUST, MARVIN E., CFr.D, Lawrenceville, New Jersey, Education . . . RUTLEDGE, ANN LOUISE, fFr.J, I-Ialeyville, Arts and Science, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . RUTLEDGE, THOMAS LEE, CFLJ, Birmingham, Engineering . . . RYAN, GARLAND B., fSoph.J, Hunts- ville, Arts and Science , . . RYAN, PATRICK D., fFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Science . . . RYAN, THOMAS CLAYTON, CJr.J, Huntsville, Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . RYERSON, JAMES ALAN, CJLJ, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Science . . . RYMER, CHARLES B., JR., CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Science, Kappa Alpha . . . SABO, EMILY JEAN, CFr.J, Dothan, Arts and Science . . . SACK, SUSAN FRANCES, CSoph.J, Clarksdale, Mississippi, Home Economics, Sigma Delta Tau . . . SADLER, JAMES RONALD, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Science . . . SAIK, PATRICIA E., CFr.J, Hammond, Louisiana, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . SALIBA, DIANE MARIA, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Science . . . SALIBA, JOSEPH E., JR., QSoph.J, Dothan, Arts and Science, Theta Xi . . . SALLAS, SHIRLEY LANELL, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . SALTER, R. ALICE, fFr.J, McKenzie, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . SALTER, VVILBUR M., fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . SANDEFER, CYNTHIA ANN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . SANDERS, JICl"1"liIiY C., III, CFr.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration. Page 363 U DERGRAD ATE Row One: SANDERS, KENNETH RUSSELL, CFr.D, Shawmut, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . SANDERS, LYNDA KAY, Ur.D, Meridian, Mississippi, Arts and Science . . . SANDERS, WILLIAM D., JR., fSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . SANDIDGE, SALLY WILLETT, fFr.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Science, Delta Delta Delta . . . SANDLIN, LINDA CAROL, CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Science . . . SANDLIN, STEVEN MARSH, CFr.D, Florence, Arts and Science, Alpha Tau Omega . . . SAN- FORD, CURTIS L., JR., Ur.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SANFORD, FLORENE, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . SANFORD, SHARON LEE, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Science, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . SANSING, SUZANNE MARIE, Ur.D, VVoodstock, Education . . . SANTORO, NICK JOSEPH, Ur.D, Birming- ham, Engineering . . . SARGENT, SUE MARIE, Ur.D, Mobile, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . SARTAIN, I-IORACE Y., JR., CFr.D, Kathleen, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . SAWYER, CHARLOTTE DEESE, CFr.D, Anniston, Arts and Science, Alpha Delta Pi . . . SAWYER, SUSAN VVHITE, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Science, Alpha Delta Pi . . . SAXON, ROBERT BENJAMIN, JR., Ur.D, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Kappa Sigma . . . SAYWELL, MARGRET ANN, CSoph.D, Shef- iield, Arts and Science, Delta Delta Delta . . . SCHAEF F ER, BARBARA GAIL, Ur.D, Anniston, Arts and Science, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . SCHAPIRO, JAY HARVEY, Ur.D, Elmont, New York, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SCHAPIRO, STEVEN ALAN, fFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Two: SCHARNOWSKI, REINHARD LUDVVIG, Ur.D, Hunts- ville, Engineering, Delta Tau Delta . . . SCHEUER, HERBERT M., JR., Ur.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . SCHNEIDER, RAYMOND VVILLIAM, CSoph.D, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . SCHOLL, G. CARLTON, fFr.D, Aix.. W x. . , 'w it X Sf , I . qsxxfg , .. J x S0 N N x Sc x Q D I x ,Q X DQAQX 5 s , ,t 9 QA! 53 Q v I E X , I , sl JSA - 2 ff JMR- J , X I ' LT " 21. 3 ff 's A I I, f Q, 'eggs jf A I i'i Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . SCHORN, MARY VICTORIA, Ur.D, Florence, Arts and Sciences . . . SCHRAMM, STEVE G., fFr.D, Annis- ton, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . SCHUSTER, ERIC WALLACE, CFr.D, Brandon, Mississippi, Engineering . . . SCHWARTZ, CHARLES MARTIN, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . SCHWARTZ, ELAINE BARBARA, Ur.D, Charleston, South Carolina, Arts and Science, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . SCOGGIN, VICKI LYNNE, CFr.D, Craig A.F.B., Commerce and Business Administration . . . SCOTT, OAMES BRADLEY, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . SCOTT, JANET YVONNE, CSoph.D, Bessemer, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . SCOTT, JERRY WAYNE, QFr.D, Point A Community, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . SCOTT, JOHN E., JR., Ur.D, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences . . . SCOTT, MARY CORNELIA, CFr.D, Andalusia, Home Economics . . . SCOTT, RICHARD FRANCIS, CFr.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SEACAT, LINDA LOUISE, CFr.D, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Science, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . SEAGRAVES, JOYCE ANN, Ur.D, Midlield, Arts and Science . . . SEALE, JAMES ROBERT, Ur.D, Selma, Arts and Science, Kappa Alpha . . . SEALES, MARVIN A., lFr.D, Pell City, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Three: SEALY, HOBBIE L., Ur.D, Montgomery, Arts and Science, Phi Kappa Epsilon . . . SEALY, A. JUDSON, JR., CSoph.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Admininstration . . . SEALY, JUDY LYNN, CFr.D, Florence, Arts and Science, Delta Gamma . . . SEARCY, SUSAN KATHERINE, CFr.D, Stevenson, Nursing . . . SEAY, DOUG- LAS CURTIS, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . SEGARS, CARL VVALKER, fSoph.D, Albertville, Education, Theta Chi . . . SEGLER, JULIEN, fFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Science . . . SEIBERT, CHARLES DAVID, QFr.D, Bimiingham, Arts and Science, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . SEIDEL, MARGARET EVELYN, CFr.D, Rochester, New York, Education, Alpha Xi Delta . . . SEIFERT, BEVERLY GAIL, ir slat l I X . 'H All WB' WL: 5 , .,, Q X x x , X ,X , X I V X X Page 364 Ur.D, Mobile, Education, Chi Omega . . . SELF, CAROL ANN, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Science, Kappa Kap a Gamma . . . SELF, DEIDRE ANN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Zeta Tau Alpha , , . SELF, DENNIS RICHARD, Ur.D, Daytona Beach, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . SELF, DONALD MALLORY, CFr.D, Sehna, Arts and Science, Theta Chi . . . SELF, HELEN JANE, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . SELLERS, JEWEL MARIE, QSoph.D, Birmingham, Education . . . SELLERS, MARY EILEEN, fFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Science. . . SELLERS, STEPHANIE, CSoph.D, Coker, Arts and Science . . . SERFIN, ADOLPH T., JR., CFr.D, Rumson, New Jersey, Theta Xi . . . SERGIO, JAMES JAY, QFr.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Phi. Row Four: SEROTTA, ALAN J., Ur.D, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . SESSIONS, LEWE F., III., CFr.D, Ozark, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . SESSIONS, RICHARD C., lFr.D, Gadsden, Engineer- ing . . . SESSIONS, NVILEY C., JR., CFr.D, Camden, Engineering . . . SEVIER, MARY RUTH, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Kappa Delta . . . SEXTON, JUDITH ANN, fS0ph.D, Montgomery, Education . . . SEYMOUR, NANCY ANN, Ur.D, San Francisco, Cali- fornia, Arts and Science, Delta Delta Delta . . . SHADDIX, RONALD DRWARD, CFL D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . SHAMBLIN, ROBERT GROVER, QSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Science, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . SHANNON, JAMES HARRY, Ur.D, Talladega, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Sigma Nu . . . SHANNON, MANA ANN, CFr.D, Gadsden, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . SHANNON, NEAL PATRICK, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . SHARP, JIM FLOYD- CFr.D, Clinton, Tennessee, Arts and Science . . . SHAW, CHARLES J. JR., Ur.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Ch 7 5 1 Phi . . . SHAW, JAMES RONALD, CSoph.D, Bessemer, Arts and Science . . . SHAW, JOHN CONNOR, CFr.D, Uniontown, Arts and Science, Phi Delta Theta . . . SHAW, RICHARD A., QSoph.D, Annis- ton, Arts and Science, Delta Chi . . . SHAW, SUZANNE LESUEUR, Ur.D, Mobile, Arts and Science, Alpha Chi Omega . . . SHAWVER, JOHN GUY, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Science . . . SHEEHAN, THOMAS H., fFr.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Alpha Tau Omega. Row Five: SHEHEANE, MICHAEL WAYNE, fFr.D, Alexander City, Education, Delta Tau Delta . . . SHELL, MARGO ERICA, 1Fr.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Beta Phi-. . . SHELL, RONADL TYRONE, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Science . . . SHELLER, PAULA RUTH, CFr.D, Lafayette, Louisiana, Arts and Science, Chi Omega . . . SHELTON, JOSEPH HENRY, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SHEPARD, DIANE, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Science, Pi Beta Phi . . . SHEPHERD, BARBARA JEAN, fFr.D, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . SHEPHEND, MARIETTA, CFLD, Aliceville, Education . . . SHERER, MARTHA ELETTE, CFr.D, Gadsden, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . SHERER, MARY KATHLEEN, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Science, Delta Gamma . . . SI-IERER, WINGARD CLYDE, Ur.D, Prattville, Arts and Science, Acacia . . . SHERMAN, DAVID M., CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . SHERRER, JAMES HIL- TON, CFr.D, Birmingham, Education . . . SHERROD, JUDITH FRANCES, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education . . . SHEW, R. SAN- FORD, CSoph.D, Gadsden, Arts and Science, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . SHIELD, LINDA KAY, CFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Science . . . SHIELDS, ROBERT L., Ur.D, Bilrningham, Arts and Science, Theta Chi . . . SHIELDS, SUZY, QFr.D, Huntsville, Home Economics . . . SHIKLE, DARLENE, CSoph.D, Binningham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SHIVERS, JANE MARGARET, CFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta. gi TES' kg? I M . x Sa X N 1 N me :.l : V 1 'V 'ga .. IH. :U Wa X Page 365 N INNOCENT YOUNG CO-ED strolls down the steps of the Student Union Building and suddenly notices that half the campus is Watching her with " ' shocked expressions. What could be more natural than this you ask. Well, at the Capstone, tradition dictates that any girl seen on those steps automatically casts asper- sions upon her character. The front steps of the Alabama Union are reserved strictly for men! DQQIZY Row One: SHIVERS, RIETTA JACQUELINE, fSoph.J, Talla- dega, Home Economics . . . SHOEMAKER, JOHN FRANKLIN, tJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SHOOK, KATHRYN JOYCE, fSoph.J, Huntsville,, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . SHOOK, SARA RUTH, fJr.J, Sheiiield, Arts and Sciences . . . SHOSTROM, BILL, CJr.J, Geneva, Arts and Science, Sigma Nu . . . SHOTTS, PAMELIA BETH, CFr.J, Hamilton, Education, Delta Gamma . . . SHUFF, JUDSON CLYDE, CFr.J, Hueytown, Education . . . SHUFF, RONALD LAMAR, fJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . , . SHULL, J. KEITH, CFr.J, Anniston, Commerce and Business Admini- stration, Chi Phi . . . SHUMAKES, HAROLD DENNIS, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi. Row Two: SHUMAKER, WILLIAM HENRY, fJr.J, Jasper, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . SHVVAB, DAN LADSON, CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . SIDES, IDA MARGARET, tFr.j, Madison, Arts and Science, Alpha Chi Omega . . . SIDES, PATRICIA ANN, tFr.J, Decatur, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . SILLS, NANCY GERRY, tSoph.J, Hunts- ville, Home Economics, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . SILVER, ROBERTA SUE, CJr.J, Biloxi, Mississippi, Arts and Science, Sigma Delta Tau . . . SILVERMAN, JANE ELLEN, CFr.J, Mobile, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . SIMON, JAMES M., JR., tFr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . SIMONS, JAMES HOLMES, CJr.J, Florence, Arts and Science . . . SIMPSON, CATHE- RINE C., CJr.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Delta Pi. Row Three: SIMPSON, CHARLES MICHAEL, fSoph.J, Hartselle, Arts and Science, Sigma Chi . . , SIMPSON, JOHN GARY, CJr.J, Florence, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . SIMPSON, SHELA, tFr.J, Belzoni, Mississippi, Arts and Science . . . SIMS, DANIEL BENJAMIN, tFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . SIMS, JILL, CFr.J, Washington, D.C., Arts and Science, Sigma Delta Tau . . . SIMS, JOAN ETTE, CFr.J, Philcampbell, Arts and Sciences . . . SINCLAIRE, THOMAS VVILLIAM, fJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . SINGER, STEVEN DAVID, CSoph.J, Toledo, Ohio, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . SINGLETON, HAL E., tSoph.D, Greenville, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi , . . SINGLETON, MARTHA, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics. Row Four: SINGLETON, MARY ANNE, CSoph.J, Alexandria, Vir- ginia, Home Economics . . . SINIARD, PAULA BETTE, QJr.J, Gadsden, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . SISK, BARBARA CAROLYN, fFr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . SISSON, OLEN BRENT, fSoph.J, Gads- den, Engineering . . . SISSON, STEPHEN RILEY, CFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . SITRICK, MICHAEL S., fFr.J, Mountain Brook, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SITTASON, CHARLES REX, fJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Science, Kappa Alpha . . . SKEES, PATRICIA A., CJr.J, Belvidere, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences . . . SKIDMORE, ROBERT MONTGOMERY, CFr.J, Decatur, Arts and Science . . . SKIPPER, ELIZABETH LUCILE, CSoph.J, Geneva, Arts and Science, Delta Gamma, Row Five: SKIPPER, ELLEN GAIL, CFr.J, Roanoke, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . SKIPPER, LEE, CFr.J, Roanoke, Arts and Sci- ences, Sigma Chi . . . SKOGLUND, GRETA ANN, CFr.J, Guin, Arts and Science . . . SKOOG, SHARON GAIL, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Edu- cation . . . SLACK, JUNI ANN, CFr.J, Florence, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . SLATSKY, SANDRA LEE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . SLAUGHTER, CARL M., JR., CJr.J, Bay Minette, Arts and Science, Phi Gamma Delta . . . SLAY, HOWARD ALLEN, CFr.l, Birmingham, Engineering . . . SLEDGE, EDWARD SIMMONS, tFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . SLOAN, ROBERT AVERY, CJLJ, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha. Traditions at Alabama tend to inconvenience the co-ed. One of the more famous I 'E'fJ',lL'f?f'. x Wwe legends says that if a girl of , Agfa, 1 . : ff:i.:f,.-rw spotless reputation walks un- 'fklfr A . . ,iii IVVHQJAJPS der Denny Chimes, a brick j,,-i,e,,1,t:,,,,, , will fall on her head. To this iff'-i'j2g"t day not a brick has fallen GW? from that sturdy old structure. ,it , ZZ I' Row Six: SLUSHER, RODNEY BRITTON, CSoph.J, Florence, Com- merce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . SMALLEY, REBECCA, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SMITH, APRIL MERLE, QFLJ, Orlando, Florida, Arts and Science . . . SMITH, BRENDA FAYE, CFr.J, Carrollton, Education . . . SMITH, BRIER REESE, CFr.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sci- ence, Chi Omega . . . SMITH, CHARLIE C., JR., CFr.J, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . SMITH, CULLEN F., CJr.J, Brentwood, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . SMITH, DALE CHERYL, tFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . SMITH, DONALDA ASHLEY, tFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Kappa Delta . . . SMITH, DOROTHY JANE, fSoph,J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pri Mu. Row Seven: SMITH, EUGENE THOMAS, CFr.J, Trussville, Educa- tion . . . SMITH, JAMEC CARSON, CSoph.J, Muscle Shoals, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SMITH, JAEMS D., JR., CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . SMITH, JOHN DOUGLAS, CJr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Phi Kappa Epsilon . . . SMITH, JOHN V., CJr.J, Union Grove, Arts and Sciences . . . SMITH, JOSEPH HAROLD, CSoph.J, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences . . . SMITH, JULIA ANN, CJr.D, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . SMITH, KEN, CFr.J, Bremen, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SMITH, KEN- NETH LARRY, CFr.j, Elba, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SMITH, KENNETH OLIVER, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science. Row Eight: SMITH, LARRY DON, CSoph.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SMITH, LAURIE, CSoph.J, LaFayette, Home Economics . . . SMITH, MARSHALL WVAYNE, fSoph.D, Huey- town, Arts and Science . . . SMITH, MARY LINDA, CFr.J, Winfield, Education . . . SMITH, MIMI, CJr.J, Arts and Science, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Memphis, Tennessee . . . SMITH, NANCY DALE, CFr.J, Athens, Education . . . SMITH, NANCY DIANE, CFr.J, Alexander City, Education . . . SMITH, PAGE NORTON, CFr.J, Selma, Arts and Science, Kappa Delta . . . SMITH, PAMELA CECILE, CFr.J, Chicka- saw, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Zeta . . . SMITH, PAUL MICHAEL, CJr.J, Albertville, Commerce and Business Admini- stration. Row Nine: SMITH, PAUL STEVEN, QFLJ, Birmin harm, Engineer- ing . . . SMITH, RICHARD F., CJr.J, Mobile, Arts and Science, Sigma Chi . . . SMITH, SALLY EDMONDSON, fSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Science, Phi Mu . . . SMITH, SANDRA MADISON, QFLJ, Nash- ville, Tennessee, Nursing, Phi Mu . . QSMITH, STEPHANIE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . SMITH, SUSAN, tSoph.J, Birming- ham, Arts and Science, Delta Zeta . . . SMITH, SUAN ELIZABETH, CSoph.J, Gadsden, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . SMITH, THOMAS CLARK, CFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . SMITH, TOMMY N., CFr.J, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . SMITH, VVAYMON RAY, CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha. Row Ten: SMITH, WILLARD WHEELER, CJLJ, Binninghami Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . SMITH, WILLIAM G., JR., CSoph.J, Atmore, Arts and Science, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . SMITHERMAN, LINDA FAY, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Edu- cation . . . SMITHSON, SUSAN GAIL, fFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Alpha Chi Omega . . . SNEAD, DAVID H., CJLSJ, Montgomeryi Arts and Science . . . SNEAD, SANDRA SUE, CFr.J, Enterprisei Nursing, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . SNEED, ARNOLD RANKIN5 CJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Science, Sigma Chi . . . SNEED, FIFI, CJr.l5 Atmore, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . SNIDER, MARTHA EDWARD, CJr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Delta Gamma . . . SNOW, RICHARD MAXWELL, CSoph-li Tuscaloosa, Arts and Science, Phi Delta Theta. Page 366 NXWQ .Q X . '. . 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M53 . ,Q "W, - X .M M, , K V . g, 553 Page 368 Row One: SNOWDEN, JOHN IRWIN, CSoph.J, Evergreen, Arts and Science, Theta Xi . . . SNYDER, BARRY DEAN, CFLJ, Little Rock, Arkansas, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SOI-IONI, VEENA VIIVAY, CSoph.J, Maharastra, India, Home Economics . . . SOKOL, MURRAY STEPHEN, iSoph.J, Bessemer, Commerce and SOLOMON OEL N Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . , J + ,, fJr.J, Ft. Lee, New Jersey, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . SOLLEY, EDWVARD CECIL, FLD, Arab, Engineer- ing . . . SOLOMON, SUZANNE BARNETT, CJLS, Dothan, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . SORRELLS, RONALD P., CSoph.J, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . SOUTH, REBECCA ALLEN, iSoph.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . SOUTH, RONALD DALE, iFr.J, Red Level, Arts and Science. Row Two: SOUTHALL, NICHOLAS LAMAR, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Science, Delta Tau Delta . . . SOUTHARD, DONALD J., JR., CJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Science, Beta Theta Pi . . . SOWELL, LEWIS BROWN, fSoph.J, Panama City, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . SOX, ROBERT DAVID, iJr.Q, Birminghzun, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SPAIN, MARQAITE NELL, fSoph.J, Warrington, Rhode Island, Edu- cation, Delta Zeta . . . SPANN, JANIS L, QSoph.J, Fairfield, Nursing . . . SPARKMAN, DOYLE WAYNE, CFr.D, Decatur, Engineering . . . SPARKS, CAROLYN JO, CSoph.J, Moulton, Home Economics, Delta Delta Delta . . . SPARKS, CHARLOTTE LOUISE, fFr.D, Fort Payne, Home Economics . . . SPEAKE, JAMES FENNELL, iJr.Q, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta. Row Three: SPEARMAN, HARRIET LYNN, CFr.D, Bessemer, Edu- cation . . . SPEARS, THOMAS EARL, CJr.J, Alexander City, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . , SPEEGLE, SANDRA JEAN, iFr.J, Mt. Olive, Education . . . SPEER, ROBERT MARK, CFLD, Auburn, Arts and Science . . . SPEIGHTI, WINFRED DONALD, iFr.j, Hampton, Virginia, Arts and Science . . . SPELCE, LARRY WINFRED, CFr.Q, Huntsville, Arts and Science, Phi Kappa Psi . . . SPENCER, DOUGLAS JACKSON, QFr.J, Little Rock, Arkansas, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SPENCER, LINDA A., CSoph.J, Huntsville, Chemistry . . . SPICLAND, EVANS C., CSoph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . SPIGHT, LILLIAN ELIZABETH, Demopolis, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Delta. Row Four: SPIVEY, HENRY ROY, CSoph.J, Foley, Arts and Science . . . SPRATLING, LARRY, CFr.D, Crossville, Arts and Science . . . SPREE, KENNON, fSoph.J, Boligee, Home Economics, Delta Gamma . . . SPRING, RICHARD MURPHY, CJr.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Science, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . SPRINGER, GLYNIS ELAINE, fFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . SPRINGFIELD, CLAUDE HARRISON, fFr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Science, Phi Delta Theta . . . SPRINGFIELD, LENDIE ROGERS, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SPRINGFIELD, ROBERT RANDALL, iFr.J, Montgomery, Engineering, Phi Kappa Psi . . . SPRUIEL, JEANNE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . SPRUIEL, JERRY W., iSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha. Row Fine: STABILE, MARLINE ELIZABETH, fSoph.J, Birmin - ham, Education, Alpha Xi Delta . . . STAFF, SUSAN, fSoph.J, Atmore, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . STAHL, BILLIE SUE, CFLJ, Andalusia, Education . . . STAKES, JOHN FREDERICK, iFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science, Phi Kappa Psi . . . STALEUP, HELEN GRACE, CSoph.J, Mobile, chemistry . . . sTALLrNcs, JESSE FRANK, CFr.D, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . STAMBAUGH, GEORGE MICHAEL, CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Science, Theta Chi . . . STAMEY, FRANCES LOUISE, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . STANARD, CHANDLER KITE, iSoph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . STANARD, DENNIS MICHAEL, fSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma. ggi, K HE JAZZ AGE with its roots in the Roaring Twen- , . . , ties, was a wild, frolicing era that left its mark on American History. Where did it begin? Well, ac- ' cording to F. Scott Fitzgerald, the acknowledged spokesman for that "lost generation," the Jazz Age began at the University of Alabama. It was at the Capstone that such terms as 'Tlapperv and "Rammer Jammerv originated. Both a part of the ingo of the Jazz Age, "Happerv originally was slang around campus for a country coed with loose morals. "Rammer Jammerv was Alabama's answer to "Boola Boolaf, Row Six: STANDARD, GEORGE T., iJr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . STANBERRY, CHARLES MICHAEL, CSoph.D, Arts and Science, Birmingham, Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon . . . STANDRIDGE, MARTHA, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . STANFORD, CHARLES RICHARD, CSoph.J, Marietta, Georgia, Edu- cation . . . STANFORD, JOSEPH PHILIP, CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Science, Phi Gamma Delta . . . STANFORD, RONNIE LEE, CJr.J, Atalla, Chemistry . . . STANLEY, BRENDA GAIL, CSoph.J, Tuscumbia, Home Economics . . . STANLEY, PAULA EVE, CFr.J, Eufaula, Arts and Sciences . . . STANSELL, ELLA MAE, CFr.J, Tuscumbia, Education . . . STARKEY, JAEMS HERBERT, CSoph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma. Row Seven: STARLING, SHELBY L., JR., iFr.j, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . STANRES, JOE III, QJr.J, Guntersville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . STARNES, JULIA CANNON, CJr.J, Gun- tersville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . STARNES, WIL- LIAM STANCIL, QFr.Q, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Alpha Tau Omega ,. . . STAVROS, HELEN JOANNA, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . STEAD, PAMELA, iFr.D, Green- ville, Nursing . . . STEADING, CAROLYN LEE, CFLD, Huntsville, Education . . . STEELE, NANCY PAULINE, CFr.J, Athens, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . STEELE, ROBERT LAUERT, CFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . STEELE, ROBIN THOMP- SON, CFr.Q, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta. Row Eight: STEIGERWAID, SARAJANE, fFr.J, Huntsville, Nurs- ing, Delta Gamma . . . STEIN, SUSAN, CFr.J, Topelo, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . STEINBERG, BARBARA BETH, Arts and Science . . . STERN, BERNARD MORRIS, CFr.J, Bir- CSoph.j, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . STEINWINDER B. ANNE, CSoph.D, York, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . STEPHENS, BONNIE SUE, CJr.J, Oakrnan, Education . . . STEPHENS, JULIA LEE, CFr.J, Silas, Education . . . STEPHENS, LOUIS B., JR., CSoph.J, Jacksonville, Engineering . . . STEPHENS, RICHIE E., CFr.D, Attalla, Education . . . STEPHENSON, CISSIE COMREST, Uni, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . STERN, BERNARD MORRIS, CFLJ, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi. Row Nine: STEVENS, DOUGLAS PATRICK, fJr.D, Birmingham, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . STEVENS, SHARON REBECCA, CJr.J, Bessemer, Nursing . . . STEVENS, WILLIAM R., CSoph.J, Phenix City, Arts and Science, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . STEVENSON, MARTHA FELCH, CSoph.J, Mobile, Education, Delta Gamma . . . STEWART, ANGELA JOY, QSoph.D, Prattville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . STEWART, BROWNIE GRACE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Kappa Delta . . . STEWART, JAMES E., CFr.J, Madison, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . STEWART, ROBERT EDWIN, QFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . STEW- ART, ROBERT LEWIS, CFr.J, Midfield, Engineering . . . STEWART, SANDRA CAROLE, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education. Row Ten: STEWART, WOODROW, JR., CSoph.D, Selma, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . STILES, SI-IEILA JEAN, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . STITH, STEPHEN THOMAS, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . STITZEL, VICTOR NELSON, CFr.J, Montgomery, Education . . . STOCKARD, FRANK III, CSoph.J, Florence, Com- merce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . STOKES, VICKI LAVERNE, fSoph.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . STONE, MARY ANN, iSoph.J, Houston, Texas, Arts and Science, Chi Omega . . . STONE, RICHARD DICKSON, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . STOREY, MARY FRANCES, CSoph.J, Northport, Education . . . STOUALL, MICHAEL EDWARD, fFr.J, Edlridge, Engineering. .T The Alabama tight songs were also a part of that time. "Yea Alabamaf' which was first played at the 1927 Rose Bowl, was one of the biggest jazz hits of the day. It was recorded by several orchestras, but the most famous version was by the Memphis Stompers. The next year i'The Song of the Crimson Tidef' became even more famous as a dance tune, it was not quite like any other college song ever heard. "Song of the Crimson Tidev was introduced to the nation by Rudy Valee on his NBC radio program in 19:28. Page 369 Q y 9 V . e ami D t ig I l lr 1 YIM? ? X X Evl I J 1.1" It A A, Q Row One: STOUGH, MARY CATHERINE, CFr.D, Valparaisu, Flor- ida, Home Economics . . . STRAIT, HEATHER LEICHT, tFr.D, Alexandria, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . STRAITON, ALVIN ALAN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . STRAVV- BRIDGE, NEWMAN CUTHRIE, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . STRAWN, JAMES DONALD, CSoph.D, Atthella, Engineering . . . STREET, BONNIE SUE, QFr.D, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . STRIBLING, WIL- LIAM PORTER, fFr.D, Guntersville, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Kappa Alpha . . . STRICKLAND, DONNA CAROLE, QFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . STRICKLAND, ELIZABETH FLOY, fFr.D, Birmin ham, Arts and Science . . . STRICKLAND, FRANCES C., QSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Science, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . STRICKLAND, JOHN MILTON, CFr.D, Hueytown, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . STRICKLAND, IRVIN ROSS, Ur.D, Minten, Commerce and Business Administration . . . STRICK- LAND, LARRY ZANE, fFr.D, Tarrant City, Commerce and Business Administration . . . STRINGER, JOHN BRYANT, Ur.D, Selma, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . STRING- FELLOW, ELAINE, CFr.D, Aliceville, Home Economics, Chi Omega . . . STRONG, PATTI CLIFFORD, QSoph.D, Selma, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . STRUBEL, JOHN B., CSoph,D, Montgomery, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . STRART, DAVID WILLIAM, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Delta Tau Delta, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . STUART, HELEN HOPE, fFr.D, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . STUART, LUCY WINTER, Ur.D, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta. Row Two: STUART, MARTHA ANN, Ur.D, Bay Minette, Educa- tion, Alpha Delta Pi . . . STUBBS, SUZANNE ELIZABETH, fFr.D- 2 Liberia, West Africa, Arts and Sciences . . . STUCKEY, SUSAN, Ur.D, Dothan, Education, Delta Zeta . . . STUDSTILL, HENRY HAMNER- Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . STUDSTILL 7 UNDERGRADUATE JULIA ANNE, fFr.D, Opp, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . SUKIENNIK, CAROL ANN, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Alpha Xi Delta . . . SULLIVAN, DANIEL F, JR., CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . SULLIVAN, JAMES IVARD, QFIZDQ Tarrant, Engineering . . . SULLIVAN, JEROME CRAWFORD, CFr.D, Moore's Bridge, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SULLIVAN, JOHN DOMINIQUE, Ur.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . SULLIVAN, SHIRLEY ANN, CFr.D, Montgomery, Educa- tion, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . SULLIVAN, TOMMY C., CFr.D, Mont- gomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Al ha Tau Omega . . . SUMMERFORD, RALPH Q., CSoph.D, Huntsviile, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Phi . . . SUMMERS, ROSEMARY, fFr.D, Russellville, Arts and Sciences . . . SUMMERVILLE, ROBET HA- ROLD, fFr.D, Brewton, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SUMNERS, PAUL GERALD, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SURACI, JUDY L., Ur.D, Mobile, Educa- tion, Phi Mu . . . SUSMAN, EILEEN GAIL, CFr.D, Mobile, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . SVVAIL, CLARK E., Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . SWANSON, G. ANNETTE, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics. Row Three: SWIATEK, MARK JOHN, CFr.D, Cufton, New Jersey, Education, Delta Chi . . . SWINDALL, LARRY OLIVER, CFLD, Troy, Arts and Sciences . . . SWINDLE, MICHAEL DAVID, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . SWINDELL, ROBERT DAVID, fFr. , Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . SYLTIE, ANN CLAIRE, fFr. , Mobile, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . SYNGLE, DHUM VIRGINIA, fSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . TABER, JAYNE, CSoph.D, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . TALIAFERRO, JOHN PENTON, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . TALLEY, ROBERT L., Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . TATE, CAROL CAMILLE, CFr,D, Mont- gomery, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . TATE, FORREST O., mxlf. JR., QSoph.D, Alexander City, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . TATE, LARRY R., QFr.J, Selma, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . TATE, MARY TODD, CFLD, Mobile, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . TATE, WVILLIAM PAF- FORD, ULD, Education, Kappa Alpha . . . TATUM, CAROL JANE, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . TATUM, GREGORE NEAL, CFr.D, Montgomery, Engineering . . . TATUM, JUDY LYNN, CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . TAYLOR, BARBARA LAURIN, Um, Bartow, Florida, Education, Phi Beta Phi . . . TAYLOR, CAROLYN MILES, CFLD, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . TAYLOR, CONSTANCE JANIE, CFLJ, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. How Four: TAYLOR, EDWIN V., IJR., CJr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Apha . . . TAYLOR, GAYLE TE- RESA, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . TAYLOR, JAMES F., CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . TAYLOR, NAN, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . TAYLOR, NANCY JANE, CSoph.D, Sheffield, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . TAYLOR, RUBYE FAY, fJr.J, Tusca- loosa, Arts and Sciences . . . TAYLOR, SALLY, CSoph.D, Prattville, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Delta Delta . . . TAY- LOR, WILLIAM LADALE, CFLD, Lanett, Engineering . . . TEAL, SARAH HELLEN, fSoph.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Education, Alpha Xi Delta . . . TENINBAUM, PHILLIP LOUIS, CFLD, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . TEPHER, RONALD C., iSoph.J, Thomasville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TERCH, LINDA JOYCE, QSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . TER- RIER, CHARLES PHILIP, CJLJ, Chickasaw, Engineering . . . TERRY, CHARLES JACKSON, tSoph.J, Uniontown, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Tieta . . . TERRY, EDWARD LEE, fJr.J, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . TERRY, JAMES MARSHALL, QFLD, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TWE, JOHN TERRY, fFr.J, Dothan, Education . . . THACKER, DONALD W., CSoph.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . THACKER, ROBERT A, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . THAMES, SUSAN GLOVER, tFr.J, Mobile, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Row Five: THATCHER, LEWIS E., CJr.D, Pensacola, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . THAYER, GORDON MARSHALL, CFr.j, Hope, Indiana, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . , THOMAS, CAROLHN TREUTLEN, CJLJ, Birmingham, Home Economics, Delta Delta Delta . . . THOMAS, CHARLES WHEELER, QFLQ, Greens- boro, Commerce and Business Administration . . . THOMAS, ELIZA- BETH CAROLYN, CFr.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . THOMAS, JANICE ANN, CJr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . THOMAS, JANICE MICHELLE, CSoph.D, Arts and Sciences, Birmingham . . . THOMAS, JILL, CJr.D, Thomasville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . THOMAS, JOHN CHARLES, CFr.J, Northport, Arts and Sciences . . . THOMAS, KENNETH L., CSoph.J, Bay Minette, Commerce and Business Administration . . . THOMAS, LILLIAN ELIZABETH, QFLD, Mobile, Education . . . THOMAS, PAUL DURAND, CSoph.J, Dothan, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . THOMAS, VICKI ELIZABETH, CSoph.J, Cordova, Edu- cation . . . THOMAS, VIVIAN ELIZABETH, CFr.J, Eclectic, Educa- tion, Alpha Chi Omega . . . THOMAS, WILLIAM EDWIN, CSoph.J, Oneonta, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . THOMASON, MATTHEW DEWITT, QFLJ, Birmingham, Engi- neeiing, sigma Phi Epsilon . . . THOMLEY, JERRY DAVID, tiny, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . THOMLEY, KENNETH EUGENE, CFr,J, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration . . . THOMP- SON, ALVIN J., JR., CSO h.D, Foley, Arts and Sciences . . . THOMP- SON, BILL, CJLJ, Gadsdien, Cormnerce and Business Administration. Page 371 UNDERGRADUATE Row One: THOMPSON, CHARLES VAN, , Phenix City, Arts and Sciences . . . THOMPSON, DOLORES ANN, CFr.D, Red Bay, Education . . . THOMPSON, EDDIE M., CFr.D, Fairfield, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . THOMPSON, FRANCES LEE, Ur.D, Chickasaw, Arts and Sciences . . . THOMPSON, GEORGE RODNEY, qsophq, Prattville, Education . . . THOMPSON, JUDY ANN, tSoph.D, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . THOMP- SON, MARGARET ANN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . THOMPSON, MARIAN PHYLLIS, Ur.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . THOMPSON, ROBERT BENJAMIN, fSoph.D, Foley, Engineering . . . THOMPSON, VICKIE LEE, fFr.D, Leighton, Education . . . THOMPSON, ZERO RICHARD, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . THORN, LYNDA CAROLE, CSoph.D, Prichard, Education . . . THORNTON, GROVER CLEVELAND, QSoph.D, Clayton, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . THORNTON, GWENDOLYN ANN, Ur.D, Uriah, Education . . . THORNTON, JAMES MARVIN, Ur.D, Bir- mingham, Education, Si ma Nu . . . THORNTON, JERRIE DALE, Ur. , Alexander Cit , Efucation . . . THORNTON, JOHN BERNARD, Ur. , Tuscaloosa, Chemistry, Kappa Sigma . . . THORNTON, ROBERT E., fSoph.D, Anniston, Arts and Sciences . . . THORNTON, ROBERT HAROLD, tFr.D, Tarrant, Arts and Sciences . . . THORNTON, ROBERT SIDNEY, CSoph.D, Greenville, South Carolina, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha. Row Two: THRASHER, MILDRED LOUISE, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Education, Phi Mu . . . THWEATT, KATHRYN ARNOLD, CSoph.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . TIL- LEY, LINDA SUE, fFr.D, Cottondale, Education . . . TILLMAN, ALVA RICHARD, CFr.D, Greenville, Engineering, Sigma Nu . . . TILLMAN, WILLIAM DAVID, fSoph.D, Fort Payne, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . TIPPIN, SYLVIA ANN, -'ff I ' za., f . . , ' 32 . 'A cp ' ,Q , as D - as DR E M5 3 Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . TIPTON, CATHARINE AUGUSTA, tFr.D, Montgomery, Education, Kappa Delta . , . TIPTON, CECIL M., tFr.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TODD, BETSY, Ur.D, Apison, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences . . . TOLBERT, PATRICK WRIGHT, CSoph.D, Troy, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . TOMLINSON, CHAR- LOTTE, QFr.D, Jackson, Home Economics, Phi Mu . . . TOMLINSON, GARY PRESTON, QFr.D, Bimiingham, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . TOMLINSON, GERALD C., CSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . TOMMASELLO, CHARLES STANLEY, CSoph.D, Baltimore, Mary- land, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TOMPKINS, PA- TRICIA GAIL, CFr.D, Trussville, Arts and Sciences . . . TOPOREK, CLAIRE DEBRA, CFr.D, Charleston, South Carolina, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . TOUCHSTONE, ARMAND TERRELL, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Engineering . . . TOUCHSTONE, RAY, CSoph.D, Ft. Walton, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TOUS- SAINT, GARY JAMES, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TORTORICE, MICHAEL JOSEPH, fSoph.D, Bir- mingham, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Three: TOWNLEY, PATRICIA ANN, CFr.D, Birrnin ham, Education , . . TOWNSEND, JAMES AUBREY, Ur.D, Tuscjoosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TRACHSEL, ROBERT BRUCE, CFr.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TRINA, JOANNE MARIE, CSoph.D, Anniston, Arts and Sciences . . . TRAINHAM, JR., HERBERT FRANKLIN, tFr.D, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Acacia . . . TRAVIS, EDWARD FRANCIS, CFr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . TRAY- LOR, JAMES L., CSoph.D, Albertville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . TRAYWICK, XVAYNE EDVVARD, Ur.D, Maplesville, Arts and Sciences . . . TREADVVELL, BENJAMIN BEERS, Ur.D, 6+ fat' xv 1 1. pr, jfs S, 1. 'er a - 'xx .,9 f X Page 372 Chevy Chase, Maryland, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . TRENKLE, MARY PATRICIA, ULD, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . TRESLAR, SHERRYL ANN, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . TRIBBLE, RICHARD WALTER, CFLD, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TRICE, GLORIA JEAN, fJr.J, Decatur, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . TRICE, LARRY FRANK, fSoph.J, Gilbertown, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TROTMAN, HERBERT MADDEN, CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TROTMAN, RONALD DAN, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . TROUTMAN, DOTY GENE, CFr.J, F ernwood, Mississippi, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . TRUSSELL, WILLIAM JAMES, CFLQ, Perote, Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi . . . TUBBS, DAVID ALLEN, fJr.J, Moundville, Engineering . . . TUBBS, FLANKIE JOE, tSoph.D, Tuscumbia, Engineering. Row Four: TUCKER, JACQUELINE, CSoph.D, Dora, Education, Delta Gamma . . . TUCKER, JAMES WILEY, tJr.J, Arab, Engineer- ing . . . TUCKER, MARY ESTA, CFr.J, Metropolis, Illinois, Arts and Sciences . . . TUCKER, MARY LYNN, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . TUCKER, WILLIAM COX, CFLJ, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . , TULER, PATRICIA ANN, CFr.J, Dublin, Georgia, Arts and Sciences . . . TUNSTALL, EDMUND G., QSoph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TUR- NER, DONALD G., fFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . TURNER, ELEANOR DEAN, fFr.J, Florence, Home Economics . . . TUR- NER, GLENN E., CJr.D, Pinson, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . TURNER, JON DOUGLAS, CFr.J, Fayette, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . TURNER, LINDA, CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . TURNER, LINDA RUTH, CJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . TURNER, MARY ANN, CJr.J, Dozier, Arts and Sciences . . . TURNER, PAUL ANTHONY, CSoph.J, Moulton, Arts and Sciences . . . TURNER, ROBERT PAUL, CFLJ, Pell City, Com- merce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . TURNER, TERESA DIANE, QFLJ, Leeds, Education . . . TURNER, WILLIAM LEE, fFr.J, Union Springs, Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi . . . TURNER, WILLIAM SAMFORD, CFLJ, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . TUTEN, DONALD HOYT, CFLJ, Athens, Engineering. Row Five: TUTTLE, MARY HUBBARD, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . TWOMEY, GEORGE MICHAEL, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . TYER, GARY LEE, CFr.J, Prattville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TYER, SANDRA LYN NE, CJr.J, Prattville, Education . . . TYLER, WILLIAM DANIEL, CFLJ, Little Rock, Arkansas, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . TYRE, JUDY ELLEN, CFLJ, Linden, Nursing . . . TYRRELL, DAVID DARWIN, fSoph.J, Citronelle, Arts and Sciences . . . UNDER- WOOD, JANET GAIL, CFLJ, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . UNDER- WOOD, JANET LYNNE, CJLJ, Port Arthur, Texas, Arts and Sciences . . . UNDERWOOD, JOEL WAYNE, Enterprise, Arts and Sci- ences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . UNDERWOOD, JUDITH ALINE, fSoph.J, Summerdale, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . UPTAIN, JANIE L., lSoph.J, Cedar Bluff, Chemistry . . . UPTON, LUTHER JAMES, CFr.J, Uriah, Education, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . UPTON, REBECCA H., CFr.J, Lipscomb, Arts and Sciences . . . VAIL, WILLIAM CURTIS, CFr.J, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . VAILS, LINDA ANN, CSoph.J, Alberta, Canada, Education . . . VALENTINE, PA- TRICIA GAYLE, , Dadeville, Education . . . VALLE, RUDY, CJr.D, Panama City, Florida, Education, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . VANCE, HARRY JELKS, CSoph.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . VANDERBURG, SHERI LYNNE, CFLJ, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences. Page 373 EGEND HAS IT Q no names, pleaselj that there was an enterprising Dean of Women who took it u on herself to check fraternity houses for mis- Lreiia P 'MV' W guided women students after the curfew hour. These inquisitions had to be stopped, so one illustrious Greek group decided to take matters into their own hands. On one of her frequent raids, the good Dean entered this articular house and found it com letel dark. She located P P Y a light in the middle of the room. Click went the switch, and Row One: VANLANDINGHAM, SUSAN REDELL, CFLJ, Birming- ham, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . VANN, THOMAS B. JR., CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . VANTASSEL, GEORGE MARTIN, JR., CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . VARNELL, GISELE, fFr.J, Athens, Nurs- ing . . . VARNER, MARY ANN, QFLJ, Huntsville, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . VARNER, MARY FRANCES, CFLD, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . VanWAGONER, KATHLEEN CHERYL, CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . VAN WAGONER, LINDA LOUISE, fFr.J, Montgomery, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . VARTAN, ROY SOUREN, CFr.J, Beirut, Lebanon . . . VAUGHAN, ROBERT PAUL, csepirp, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Two: VEITCH, DENNIS WAYNE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . VENTRESS, NONA ANN, CFr.J, Clayton, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . VICE, JON EARL, CFLJ, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . VICKERS, BRENDA JOYCE, CJr.J, Florence, Home Economics . . . VICKERS, STEPHEN EDWARD, QFLJ, Montgomery, Arts and Sci- ences, Chi Phi . . . VINES, BRENDA CAROL, fFr.J, Bessemer, Com- merce and Business Administration, Alpha Xi Delta . . . VINES, LARRY WAYNE, CSoph.D, Hueytown, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Kappa Sigma . . . VINSON, LAURENCE DUNCAN, JR., CFr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . VOGE, DIANE GAIL, CFr.J, Barton Rouge, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . VOGHT, FREDERIC BROOK, fJr.J, Winter Park, Florida, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Kappa Alpha. Row Three: VOGTLE, KATHRYN DRENNEN, fSoph.J, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . VOIT, LARRY B., CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . VonHAGEL, BERNARD, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . VonHAGEL, RAYMOND LEON, fFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . VonZAMFT, STEVE, QS?-Iph.J, Miami, Florida, Commerce and Business Administra- iien, Pi Eps' on Phi . . . vooL1Es, CLAUDIA ELIZABETH, qsepnp, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . WADE, BARBARA LEE, CFLJ, Wetumpka, Education, Delta Gamma . . . WADE, CHARLIE DRAKE, CSoph.J, Reform, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WADE, JAMES QUITMAN, CFr.J, Clan- ton, Education, Phi Delta Theta . . . WADE, ROBERT WILLIAM, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: WADLEY, MARY ANNE, fSoph.J, Birmin ham, Arts and Sciences . . . WAHLSTEN, LINDA KAY, CSoph.j, Dalieith, VVest Australia, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . WAIDE, WILLIAM HAMILTON, CFLJ, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WAIGAND, BRENDA CAROL, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education . . . WAITE, BETTY, CFr.J, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Delta Pi . . . WAITES, LINDA D., fSoph.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WAITES, RICHARD LOUIS, fJr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WALDREP, THOMAS CSoph.J, Wadley, Arts and Sciences . . . WALDRIP DWAYNE, , THOMAS JOSEPH, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Engineering, Phi Kappa . WALDROP, ROBERT CHARLES, fJr.J, Birmingham, Sigma . . Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Row Five: WALKER, ANN ELIZABETH, fSoph.l, Nashville, Ten- nessee, Education, Delta, Delta, Delta . . . WALKER, JAMES AL- BERT, JR., CSoph.D, Enterprise, Arts and Sciences, Theta Xi WALKER, JAMES ETHARD, CFLJ, Huntsville, Engineering, Phi Kappa' Alpha . . . WALKER, JOEL CALHOUN, CFr.D, Prattville, En- gineering . WALKER, JON V., CFr.J, Herrin, Illinois, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . WALKER, LEE EDWARD, CFr.J, Pinson- Engineering . . . WALKER, MARY NELL, CJr.J, Orange Beach, Nursi mg . WALKER, NELLIE ANNETTE, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . WALKER, STEVENSON THOMAS, fSoph.J, Mont- gomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsi- on . . - . ' . WALKER, WINSTON ELKINS, CFr.J, Albertville, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha. HORRORS!-the room was full of-er-shall we say, dis- robed male students. This, needless to say, was the last of the Deanis forays into fraternity houses. This same old gal, it is reported, tried to break up a small riot that followed a football victory. fObviously pre-Bear days.j Students commandeered a fire hose and squirted our heroine all the way from Pug's to the Union Building with the water. You'll have to admit, some people just ask for it! I Row Six: WALLACE, FRANCES YVONNE, CFLJ, Mobile . . . VVALLACE, GLENDA JANE, CSoph.J, Bessemer, Education, Phi Mu . . . WALLACE, JANE, fSoph.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . WALLACE, JANELLE RAE, CSoph.J, Birmingham . . . YVALLACE, JOHN THOMAS, JR., QFLJ, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . NVALLACE, PATRICIA ANN, CJr.Q, Roanoke, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . VVALLER, MARIAN ELAINE, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . WALLS, HOPE RONNIE, QFLJ, West Palm Beach, Florida, Nursing, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . WALSH, GINGER, CFLJ, Arts and Sciences . . . VVALSI-I, MARY LINDA, fJr.J, Lenoir, North Caro- lina, Education. Row Seven: VVALSH, LINDA CORINNE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . .WALTHALL, GEORGE POLLARD, JR., CFr.J, Prattville, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . XVALTON, ABBOTT BRAND, JR., CFLJ, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . WALTON, JAMES ED- NVARD, fFr.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . WALTON, WILLIAM BOWEN, CFLD, Germantown, Ten- nessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . WALXVORTH, JIM R., CFr.J, Enterprise, Arts and Sciences, Theta Xi . . . XVARD, BENNIE BAXTER, CSoph.J, Tuscuxnbia, Education, Chi Omega . . . WARD, CASSIE, QFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . VVARD, MARY ELIZABETH, CFr.D, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Beta Phi . . . WARD, PATRICIA J., CFr.J, Brent, Education, Alpha Chi Omega. Row Eight: XVARD, THEODORE ROBERT, QSoph.J, Abbeville, Engineering . . . XVARD, VVAYNE FRANKLIN, fSopl'1.J, Wilmer, Arts and Sciences . . . XVARREN, JOSEPH PALMER, CFLJ, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . IVASLEY, MARY ALICE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . WATKINS, ARCHER APPLE- VVHITE, CFr.J, Prattville, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . VVATSON, BILLY WAYNE, KFLJ, Hueytown, Commerce and Business Administration . . . XVATSON, CHARLES COLEMAN, JR., fFr.D, Prattville, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . NVATSON, ELIZABETH REYNOLDS, CSoph.J, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . XVATSON, JERRY PARKER, CSoph.J, Ever- green, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WATSON, JOI-IN FOSI-IEE, CSoph.J, Brewton, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta. Row Nine: WATSON, WARDLAW MASON, JR., fS0ph.J, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . WATT, RICHARD BRUCE, CJr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . VVATTS, RONALD D., CJr.J, Crossville, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . WATTS, DEWVEY M., CJr.J, Helena, Education, Delta Chi . . . WAUGH, JUDITH VIVIAN, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . WAYLAND, CHALMER G., JR., fJr.J, Binnindham, Engineering . . . wEAR, THOMAS RALPH, qsepny, Tneeriieeen, Chemistry, Sigma Chi . . . WVEATHERFORD, JIMMY, fS0ph.J, New Brockton, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WVEATHERS, JIMMY DON, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chl Alpha . . . IVEAVER, EDVVARD HARRISON, fFr.D, Decatur, Engineering. Row Ten: WEAVER, WILLIAM LONNIE, CSO h.J, Decatur, Engi- neering . . . WEBB, HENRY WINDER, JR., f,Soph.J, Demopolis, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . WEBB, ALLISON B., CSoph.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . WEBB, M. LOUISE, fSoph.J, Demo olis, Home Eco- nomics, Kappa Delta . . . WEBBER, OLIVIA, CFrS, Atlantic Beach, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . VVEBSTER, BRENDA JOYCE, CSoph.J, Carbon Hill, Home Economics . . . WEBSTER, JOSEPH CARLTON, CFr.J, Chickasaw, Arts and Sciences . . . WEEKS, EVANGELYN RAYE, fFr.D, WinEeld, Arts and Sciences . . . WEEKS, SAMUEL ALLEN, CFr.J, Frisco City, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phl . . . WEEKS, SUSAN SHIRLEY, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Econom- ics, Alpha Delta Pi. Page 374 50" .rv X 4 K x vw X ,... bv UNDERCRAD ATE U DERGRAD ATE Q, N. X ' as , ga: 'Y lb 1 S f N if A J " 'ft wiv-m N V' f , Q' W 'N 3 A' w 37+--. X X ,i ,,,.1., fax A 1 V -'27 X af I . ,Y 0 LA ff X, X .p an 3 , 2. ll A 5' FW' . i V' X1 -la LN 'x A 0 unlf K V Sr 1-v sl lx' ay L. .,.V 6 EN, E .55 X 'Q xy Q ,, is nga, l xx ' ' XM wf x wx. 3 15 , .:. ,X , , .5 1 -- Page 376 gf Q- Q-x xv' N- Him ,N V ,. X f , Ymb V QWX S N - mv - X x X 'vw x ff Row One: WEEMS, DAVID MICHAEL, CFLJ, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . WEILAND, PETER MASON, CJr.J, Miami Beach, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . WEILL, EVIE HELENE, lSoph.J, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . VVEINARD, ROBERT B., CJr.J- Rome, Italy, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . WEINSTEIN, JACK WVARREN, CSoph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . WEINSTEIN, E. LYNN, QILJ, Bi1'mingham, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . WVEISMANN, JOHN BRUCE, tJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . VVELCH, ANN CAROL, CSoph.J, Mobile, Home Eco- nomics . . . WELCH, MARLU SCOTT, CFr.D, Mobile, Home Econom- ics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . YVELLS, NIGEL EBEN, CJr.J, Ozark, Com- merce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma. 2 Row Two: WELLS, XVANDA VVILSON, CFr.J, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . WERMUTI-I, MICHAEL ANTI-IONY, fFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . XVEST, LANE BRADFORD, CSoph.J, Columbus, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . , . WEST, PHILIP GEORGE, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . WEST- BROOKE, MADGE YVATSON, tJr.D, Springiield, Missouri, Education . . . WESTFAUL, DARRELL OLIVER, CJr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sci- ences . . . WEYGAND, KAREN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Home Econom- ics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . WEYANDT, SI-IARRON LYNN, CFr.J, Huntsville, Nursing, Delta Gamma . . . WVI-IALEY, ROBERT LESTER, CJr.J, Troy, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . WHARTON, DUSTY ANN, CFLJ, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega. Row Three: VVHATLEY, LANA H., CFr.J, Jackson, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . XVI-IATLEY, MARGARET JEAN, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . WVHATLEY, REYNOLDS DAVIS, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . VVHATLEY, TERRY G., CSO h.J, Ashland, Arts and Sciences . . . WHEAT, WILLIAM G., CJLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . YVHEELER, JAMES HENSON, CJr.J, Trussville, Kappa Alpha . . . WVHEELER, JOSEPH GRANT, JR., CFLJ, Birmingham, Engineering . . . WHIDBY, DWVAYNE ALAN, CFr.J, Columbia, Tennessee, Com- merce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . WI-IISENHANT, LINDA J., CFLJ, Mobile, Nursing . . . WVHITCOMB, V. KATHRYN, CFr.J, Florala, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: WHITE, BEVERLY JO, fSoph.J, Cullman, Home Eco- nomics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . WHITE, BILLY, ULD, Dothan, Engi- neering . . . WHITE, GEORGE H., CFr.J, Montevallo, Engineering . . . WHITE, GEORGE KENDRELL, CSoph.J, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . WHITE, MARTHA ANN, CFLJ, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . WHITE, PATRICIA ANN, CSoph.J, Jacksonville, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . WHITE, ROY CARLE- TON, CSoph.J, Arts and Sciences . . . WHITE, RUTH LOUISE, CSoph.J, Panama City, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . WHITE, SHELBY EDWARDS, fJr.J, Lookout Mt., Tennessee, Phi Gamma Delta . . . WHITEHEAD, MARY GLENN, CFLJ, Headland, Arts and Sciences. R010 Five: WHITEFIELD, CAROLE LOUISE, CFIZJ, Demopolis, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . WHITFIELD, DONNA ELIZABETH, fFr.J, Florence, Arts and Sciences . . . WHITFIELD, MARGARET HAIRSTON, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Kappa Delta . . . WHITELY, SARAH JANE, CJr.J, Montgomery, Education . . . WHIT- LOCK, ADA JUNE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . WHITING, SHARRILYN ANN, fSoph.J, Mobile, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . WHITMAN, SAUANN, CJr.J, De- catur, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . WHITMIRE, LEON Mc- COY, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . WHITSON, JAMES LEWIS, JR., CFr.J, Troy, Arts and Sciences . . . WHITT. ALTON EJARROLL, JR., QJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa lgma. F ALL THE SECRET societies ever to spring up on college campuses across the country, perhaps the most powerful and controversial was Alabama's 'cThe Groupf, Formed in the 19303 and consisting of thirty to thirty-five members, the organization was commonly called "The Ma- chinef' It literallytran campus politics and activities until it finally began to crumble in the early sixtyls. After several years of existence, the Federal Government ruled the or- ganization "subversivef' It then Went underground, chang- ing its name to "The Group", and continued to operate in secret. VCTTQT'5S 1 2' Q-V' if W Row Szx: WHITT, CAROLYN JUNE, CFLJ, Hazel Green, Arts and Sciences . WHITT, LINDA ALICE, CJr.J, Terrell, Texas, Education, Prisem Phi . . . WHITTAKER, RICHARD WARREN, crm, Enter- prise, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . WHIT- TEN, JAMES TRUMAN, CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . WHITTEN, FRANCES ELIZABETH, fFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . WHITTLE, DONNA JANE, QJr.J, Gadsden, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . WHITLEY, LESLIE ANN, QSoph.J, Charlotte, N. C., Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . WICKLIFFE, JOAN PROCTOR, fSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . VVIELCHOWSKY, CHARLES CARL, CFr.J, Selma, Arts and Sciences . . . WIENAND, KATHRINE LEHMAN, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences. Row Seven: WIGGINS, ALMA NELL, CJr.J, Dothan, Nursing . . . WIGGINS, JUNE ELAINE, QJr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . WIG- GIN, KAREN LEE, QFr.J, West Hartford, Conn., Education . . . WIL- BANKS, BARBARA, CJr.D, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . WILDER, JO ANNE, fFr.J, Coral Gables, Florida, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . WILDER, KENNETH DAVID, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . WILDER, RICHARD BLANDIN, CJr. J, Louisville, Kentucky, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . WILDER, ROBERT EDVVARD, CJLJ, Coral Gables, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . WILDES, WILLIAM PAUL, fFr.J, Tuskegee, Arts and Sciences . . . WILENSKY, HOWARD SHELDON, fFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi. Row Eight: WILKERSON, GERALD WILLIAM, fJr.J, Anniston, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WILKINS, DONNA FAYE, CFr.J, Gardendale, Home Economics . . . WILKINS, SUE ELLEN, fJr.J, Trussville, Home Economics . . . WILKINSON, DONNA MARIE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . WILLIAMS, BECKY, CFr.l, Anniston, Home Economics . . . WILLIAMS, BETTY JEAN, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Xi Delta . . . WILLIAMS, BRYANT FLEMING, CJLJ, Ozark, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . WILLIAMS, CARY WILLIAMS, tFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . WILLIAMS, DAVID RODGER, QFr.J, Enterprise, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Nine: WILLIAMS, DENNIS VANCE, fSoph.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . WILLIAMS, JACKIE LESTER, CFr.J, Prichard, Arts and Sciences . . . WILLIAMS, JOE BALLENGER, JR., CSoph.J, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . WILLIAMS, JOHN WESLEY, CJLJ, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . WILLIAMS, JULIA KLINNER, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Edu- cation . . . WILLIAMS, L. OLIVIA, fSoph.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Delta Delta . . . WILLIAMS, MARGARET LOUISE, fJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . WILLIAMS, MICHAEL LAMAR, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . WILLIAMS, NANCY CAROL, CFr.J, Alexander City, Education . . . WILLIAMS, WAYNE LAVON, CJr.J, Troy, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi. Row Ten: WILLIAMSON, WILLIAM DAVID, fFr.J, Letohatchie, Arts and Sciences . . . WILLIFORD, JOAN MARIE, QFr.J, Cullman, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . VVILLHELM, LINDA JEAN, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . WILLINGHAM, MARY ELIZA- BETH, CFr.J, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences . . . WILLINGHAM, RAN- DELL BYRD, CFr.J, Shawmut, Arts and Sciences . . . WILLIS, JOSEPHINE KNIGHT, fFr.J, Russellville, Kappa Delta . . . VVILLIS, SALLY W., CSoph.J, Russellville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . WILLS, JERRY EDWARD, CJr.J, Fort Payne, Engineering, Theta Tau . . . WILMER, JOI-IN ANTHONY, CFr.J, Huntsvi le, Arts and Sci- ences, Sigma Chi . . . WILSON, ALICE FAYE, CSoph.J, Elba, Education. 1- " llllllllI"' - 'wgrl Meetings were held in a gravel pit three miles south of Tuscaloosa. "The Group" de- cided who would hold all SGA oflices, as Well asiwho would be inducted into honoraries. So powerful was "The Group" that seldom during a thirty year period did any student dare to run for oflice against one of its candidates. Page 377 L 2:- Row One: WILSON, AMY LEE, CSoph.l, Arituw, Education, Phi Mu . . . WILSON, CHARLES KEMMONS, JR., CSoph.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon . . . WILSON, DIANNE, tJr.l, Fackler, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . WILSON, EARL CALHOUN, CJr.J, Eufaula, Arts and Sci- ences . . . WILSON, EDWIN PEEBLES, fFr.l, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . WILSON, EMERY STEVENSON, QFr.l, Valdosta, Georgia, Arts and Sciences . . . WILSON, JAMES GORDON, CJr.l, Thomasville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . NVIL- SON, JANE MOULTON, CFr,l, Fulton, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . VVILSON, JOYCE I., QFr.j, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . WILSON, JUDITH LYNN, CJLJ, Bh'minghan'1, Education, Delta Zeta . . . WILSON, KAREN DALE, QSoph.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . WILSON, LARRY GEORGE, fFr.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . VVILSON, MARIAN DANNA, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . WILSON, MARSHA LINDA, fFr.l, Hueytown, Arts and Sciences . . . VVILSON, MARY BOOTH, CFLJ, Union Springs, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . WILSON, MARYDEL LEE, CJr.l, Birmingham, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . WILSON, MICHAEL STUART, CJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . VVILSON, PATRICIA WITHERS' 9 CJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . WILSON, REBECCA LANE, CFr.l, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Home Economics, Delta Delta Delta . . . WILSON, SANDRA GAIL, fSoph.J, Florence- Education, Pi Beta Phi. 2 Row Two: WILSON, TERRY PAUL, CFr.l, Chickasaw, Arts and Sciences . . . WIMBERRY, STEPHANIE M., CSoph.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . WINDHAM, JANICE, CFLJ, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . WINGARD, JERRY ALAN, fJr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, UNDERGR DUATE ,Z F V l k sq Phi Kappa Sigma . . . XVINGARD, CHARLES SHELL, CJLJ, Green- ville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . WINSTEAD, FREDRIKA JONES, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappla Kappa Gamma . . . XVINTER, DORENE ELAINE, CFr.J, Birming am, Home Eco- nomics, Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . NVINTERS, SANDRA KAYE, cF1'.JQ Northport, Education . . . XVINTON, MARIAN KAY, CFLJ, Sulligent, Arts and Sciences . . . XVISE, MARSHA, fSoph.j, Nashville, Tennessee, Education , . . XVIX, IVILLIAM MICHAEL, fSoph.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . XVOLIN, ELEANOR IRIS, CSoph.l, Huntsville, Education . . . XVOLK, JOHN PAUL, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . IVOMBLE, DONALD PIERCE, fJr.J, Bn'- mingham, Engineering . . . VVOOD, ELIZABETH A., CF1'.l, Hunts- ville, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu , . . WOOD, ELIZABETH RAYE, CFr.J, LaFayette, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . WOOD, MARIAN BOB, CP'1'.J, Blountsville, Education . . . XVOOD, MICKEY DAVID, CSoph.j, Ashford, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . XVOOD, JR., RICHARD ELGIN, CFr.J, Oneonta, Arts and Sciences . . . IVOOD, SANDRA SUE, fFr.l, Nashville, Tennessee, Education. Row Three: VVOODFIN, JOANN, QFr.J, Deatsville, Education . . . VVOODFIN, MARTHA ELIZABETH, CFIZJ, Sprott, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . XVOODHAN, SARAH E., CFLJ, Abbe- vile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . IVOODINGTON, JAMES ROLAND, fFr.D, Cherokee, Arts and Sciences . . . VVOOD- LEY, LAURE SUSAN, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . WVOODRUFF, JERRY NVINAELD, CCJLJ, AUDISIOUS Engineering . . . VVOODRUFF, LAURIE HILBUN, Jr.J, BlI'I'1'l1ng' ham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . WOODRUFF, MARK EDWARD, CFr.D, Russellville, Arts and Sciences . . . XVOODS, BETTY CAROLYN, QJr.J, Oadman, Education . . . WOODS, JOHN LOUI55 tJr.l, Birmingham, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . WOODS, f' Q SUZAN, CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . WOOTEN, JAYNE RHAE, CJr.J, Cullman, Education . . . WORLEY, DAVID EUGENE, ULD, Owens Cross Roads, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WORLUND, JR., BOB D., CFLJ, Greenville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . WORRALL, ROBERT LEE, CJLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . WORSHAM, GLADYS EMILY, CSoph.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . WORSHAM, LINDA EVELYN, CFLJ, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . WRIGHT, DAVID NEWELL, fFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . WRIGHT, DOUGLAS BRAKTON, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . WRIGHT, JAMES ADDISON, JR., CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: WRIGHT, JAMES RAYMOND, CJr.J, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . WRIGHT, JOHN STEVEN, QFr.J, Mobile, Engineering . . . WRIGHT, MARVIN LEE, fFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WRIGHT, RALPH ROLAND, CFLJ, Louisville, Kentucky, Arts and Sciences . . . WRIGHT, RONALD WILSON, CFr.J, Ozark, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WRIGHT, JR., WILLIAM R-5 Ur-J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . WUENSCHER, HEIDI ILSE, QFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . WURTELE, HENRY JOSEPH, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . WYATT, JUDY STOKES, CFLJ, Fairhope, Arts and Sciences . . . WYATT, RALPH KURRY, CFr.J, Fayette, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . WYATT, WILLIAM WALLACE, CSoph.J, Ashville, Arts and Sciences . . . WYNOT, DON ROGERS, CFLJ, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration . . . YANCY, ISAIAH ANDREW, fSoph.J, Fort Payne, Engineering . . . YANCEY, PEGGY ANN, frm, Birming- ham, Home Economics . . . YARBROUGH, BARBARA FLOYD, CFr-7, Binninghann, Nursing . . . YARBROUGH, ELIZABETH CHURCH, CFLJ, Montgomery, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . YARGROUGH, LINDA SHARON, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci- ences . . . YATES, JOE HUGH, CJr.J, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . YATES, PATRICIA ANN, qrj, Arab, Arts and Sciences . . . YATES, REBECCA D., CFr.J, F orence, Education, Chi Omega. Row Ewa YEACKLE, WILLIAM EDWARD, qsnphq, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . YEAGER, JR., THOMAS EDWARD, fJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . YEARTY, ROBERT C., CFr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . YONKER, KAREN ANN, CJr.D, Mobile, Education, Chi Omega . . . YOUNG, EDWIN G., CSoph.J, Uniontown, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . YOUNG, JANICE GAYLE, CSoph.J, Florence, Arts and Sciences . . . YOUNG, JUDITH ELAINE, CFr.J, Valley Head, Home Economics . . . YOUNG, ROB- ERT DANDREW, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . YOUNG, RONALD GEORGE, CSoph.J, Tucker, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . YOUNG, WILLARD PIERCE, CSoph.J, Uniontown, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . YOUNGBLOOD, HERMAN WOOD, CFDJ, Troy, Commerce and Business Administration . . . YOW, EMERSON JACKSON, CSoph.j, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . ZEANAH, CONNIE JO, CFLJ, Andalusia, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . ZEANAH, WILLIAM REX, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . ZELL, BAR- BARA FRANCES, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . ZOGHBI, JOSEPH GEORGE, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Engi- neering . . . ZEIGLER, JR., FRED EUGENE, CFr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ZWEIG, RICHARD ALAN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau. Page 379 WHO'S WHO in American Colleges and E235 Cl1arlo'He Beard, Ralph Knowles, Jeri Burne'H' Bryan Jones, Joel While Alice Chenaull' Pq 380 Esla Meyers Robin lv1c.Crory UHl'U6fSl'fl.6S E Jane Plunke++, Kay GaunH Mary Ann Pounds Mary Befh Wear Page 381 BriH' Coleman Y CharloHe Gallogy Michaele Ann Ashursi' Carolyn Davis Marx Sferne i 4 Redding Pi'H' -'fl-ff 'ii iaiwh ' 2" .J Q Mike Klyce Eddie Glenn Jimmy Gewin 9 f Roy M. Farrior Sianley B. Jackson -w 9, .N Sandi Mesiler WHOQS WHO M + Ann 53 argareMiIlie Si V Ax ,we V 2 LW Paul Bryan+, Jr. .f 'Q we ,it .Q T cn 'I' -0' -4 I m -4 rn UI -4 3 3 cu Z rn X m :I Q. cu 'T JP ' 3 - 3 I co 5 . -O' 'U' uw -ll rn 4 cn 2 o DJ 3 Af Ron Clary John Ray a Qffkx V ,, ,.. 1 ,Wa ' 1 'z 3 ay N x A Q Q A f 2? K an r Q? Q 5, ,, ,, ,... 1" R 5 Q ' 1,r'n W X W ,.,:,AA,, ,, ,:h, I E B R6 r M JC 2 536855 .Mm MN 54,1 - ' we .. ' 5' Karen McQuillen Susan Harris . ,W ,. gf , Q A . r ye gf' ffla, S s X 4 ZA-W5 K ,g Cn 4 4- ' x 5, W .ff e g Q W I xv . I -3, 3 21 jp I fx . ,. :ffm lieu? a l 1 . wwf: 'vm 4 ,G I I - 5, K ' ,Sli , 1 Q ,QM 1 ji 1.3:-If , 4 3 if ' ,Lf ' , is 2 www-W z fjg HV: f J if HM! f, -Sym j f 53: 15+ ,s - ' 4 A ,I . v c 5 ' 7 . A , M b I ' 'f?EfI"sYg' L' '1-' 'T . if? 2 .1 Q. V " V 1 -f .Q 5' K 1 n , -V W E :,e-:- . R fe. f wwf. fx: 4: n Mlm," ' '..":51ff .' ,, ff M X- W 1 fs' Wy n , ' fl. - .,... : , . an rf-X Teresa Abrams Mary Rebecca .Johnson an -Ii ,WY Z ALABAMNS ALUMNI Featured on the following pages is a representative sample of some of Alabama's graduates Who have become prominent Americans. It is alumni like these that have helped spread the name of the University of Alabama as an institution that instills ambition as well as knowledge in its students. LADY BIRD JOHNSON, First Lady L is ' SHN I as N5 B U A 6525 -S , In .. L J A U l J' ,, ,L . ,riff A .li , A Lfxr . X 5--4.-,.f,9-b HQ.. v .I .,... V 1 - avi ' SN?" , si 2 ,, .. j x guise my. mf vHigQ,: . ' .W fi L far A va, P""' f F ,-,- 4v"'-' ROBERT VAN DE GRAAE, Physicisr JIM NABORS, Enierfainer HUGO BLACK, Supreme Court Justice 'rw J fx' DOUGLAS EDWARDS, News Commentator Q5- Gay Talese, after graduation in 1953, began working as a feature writer with the New York Times. He has also Written for Esquire, the Saturday Evening Post, and Holiday magazines. He is author of three books: New York-A Serendipiter's Journey, an intriguing View of New York City by portraying the lives of several unusual people, The Bridge, and The Overreachers-published respectively in 1961, 1964, and 1965 by Harper 81 Row pub- lishers of New York. Leaving the newspaper business in 1965, he now writes exclusively for Esquire Magazine. "I have many friends at Alabama and a special fondness for many on the campus who taught me and helped me." Daniel I. Haughton, a 1933 graduate, joined Lockheed in 1937 as a systems analyst. Within two years, he was promoted to the manufactur- ing manageris assistant at Vega Aircraft, a subsidiary of Lockheed. Because of Haugh- tonis diligent work, he advanced rapidly. In 1951, he became assistant general manager, which was quickly followed in 1952 with the position of vice-president. After holding this office for nine years, Haughton was named president of Lockheed Aircraft, the nation's twenty-eighth largest industry. The Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist who authored the book To Kill a Mock- ingbird, Harper Lee, is a graduate of the University of Alabama. Miss Lee's heart- warming novel of a sleepy southern town became one of the most outstanding motion pictures to be produced in our nation. Perhaps the novelty of her writ- ing can be accredited to the reality of her stories. Page 386 William Bynum is Chairman and Chief Executive Oflicer of the Car- rier Corporation, the world,s largest manufacturer of air conditioning equipment. This international cor- poration operates in 159 countries outside the United States. Mr. Bynum is in direct charge of the 17,500 employees of the Carrier Corporation. . Mr. Bynum graduated from Ala- bama in 1924 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree and was awarded an honorary degree of Doctor of Science in Electrical Engineering by the University in 1957. aaa. an I' The efficiency of CBS News rn inform ing the people can be accredited to the responsible correspondents ofthe Colum bia Broadcasting System One of these is Douglas Edwards a graduate of the University of Alabama The name Doug las Edwards is a household word and all are familiar with the supper hour greet ing, "This is Douglas Edwards with the news". The fair and unbiased broadcast ing of the news by Mr Edwards has gained him worldwide fame as a master of current events In 1963 James M. Cannon, a 1939 gradu- ate, was named Senior Editor and Chief of Correspondents for Newsweek Maga- zine. WVith this appointment, Cannon became central director of Newsweekis ten overseas bureaus and seven United States bureaus. Before coming to News- week Cannon worked for the Baltimore Sun as a war correspondent in Korea. He has authored the book Politics U.S.A. which was published by Doubleday in 1960. ge 387 Fred R. Smith is Senior Editor of Sports Illus- trated, and he is responsible for those sections of the magazine dealing with travel, skiing, and fashion. A world traveler, Smith has covered the Olympics at Innsbruck and Tokyo, and other assignments have taken him from Morocco to Bangkok to Hawaii. Of Alabama he says, "This is a serious-minded university. It no longer competes for the title of 'Country Club of the Southf but its students realize that studying to earn a living is what they are here for? Dr. Robert j. Van deGraatt graduated from the University of Alabama, studied at the Paris Sorbonne, and is a recognized Oxford scholar. He designed the H1'St electrostatic generator that developed more than a million volts, the Van deGraafE generator. It is a basic tool of atomic physics. As a result of his significant Work, he has been invited to lecture the world over on his research. Dr. Van deGraaft is pictured below with one of his latest developments, an "atom Sl'D2'lSllC1',, capable of accelerating uranium nuclei. 'haw Dr. Oliver C. Carmichael served as President of the University of Alabama from 1953 to 1957. Holding degrees from over twenty colleges, Dr. Carmichael was a Rhodes Scholar from Alabama to Oxford University in England. He was Presi- dent of Alabama College and Chancellor at Van- derbilt University. Before serving as president of Alabama, he was President of the Carnegie Foundation. In 1957, he was elected Consultant to the Fund for Educational Advancement of the Ford Foundation. Dr. Noah N. Langdale, jr., graduated from Alabama in 1941, and has established for him- self a national reputation in intellectual, admin- istrative, athletic, and forensic areas. He is president of Georgia State College, the second largest institution of higher learning in that state. He was appointed by Presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy to the U. S. Advisory Committee one Educational Exchange. At Alabama he was a varsity tackle on the championship teams from 1937 to 1940, a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Jasons, and received the University,s Outstand- ing Student Award. "I can recall no period in my life as rewarding to me as my college days at Alabama. The Uni- versity and all its people made me feel welcome and wantedf' MQ Qaaaiali Page 389 'QA w'?' 3 L A distinguished former student of ours is now our nation's First Lady. Mrs. Lyndon Baines johnson, then Claudia Alta Taylor, studied jour- nalism at Alabama in 1931. Lady Bird served her country well as the wife of a congressman, senator, and vice-president before becoming our First Lady. During her February visit to cam- pus, Mrs. Johnson said that she was always glad to return to her second home, Alabama. She also noted the vast change with the future our university has undergone since her days at 'Bama Millions of television viewers are rocked with laughter each week when "Gomer Pyle U. S. M. Cf, comes across the screen. Its hero is Jim Nabors, a graduate of the University of Alabama. When Iim got his undergraduate de- gree in Business Administration, he went to New York to find a job. He broke into television on the 'GAndy Griffith Showf' His own program reached the crest of national ratings the first season it appeared on television. Although jim has never had an opera lesson, he can belt out an aria with amazing skill. Now and then, a performer comes along who has the gift of being a K'natural" and becomes an instant success. Ala- bama's Jim Nabors is just such a person. M44 Nw WWW? The Vice President of Administration of the Western Electric Company, I. R. Bransford, is a chemical engineering graduate of Alabama. At present, Mr. Bransfordis responsibilities include organizational planning of the Western Electric Company, and plant design and construction Work. He also negotiates patent liscense agree- ments as his company is the patent liscensing agent for many businesses including the Bell Sys- tem. Mel Allen graduated from Alabama with an A.B. degree in 1932, and received a LL.D. degree in 1936. While at ,Bama, he was in the "A" Club, member of the Inter-Collegiate Varsity Debate Squad, and Sports Editor of the Crimson-VVhite and COROLLA. Mel is now a sports commenta- tor for the Mutual Broadcasting System, he is the former Voice of the New York Yankees. In 1959, Mr. Allen Wrote a book It Takes Heart, published by Harper Brothers. BACHRACH Burl Stevens Watson, since gradua- tion from the University, has spent his entire career with the Cities Service Corporation and now serves as Chairman of the Board, Director, and member of the Executive Committee of the corpora- tion. He is a member of the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers and the National Institute of Social Sciences. "I am uncertain of the value that a description of my career would be to the graduates of the University, but perhaps the illustrious achievements of other alumni will provide inspiration to moti- vate these young men and womenf, x "Football is fun only when you winf' says Harry Gilmer, Alabama graduate and Head Coach of the Detroit Lions. As a collegiate All-American, he engineered Alabama to three bowl games: the Sugar Bowl in 1945, Rose Bowl in 1946, and the Sugar Bowl again in 1948. He was the top pick of the VVashington Redskins and played there for seven years before moving to Assistant Coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1957, and the Minne- sota Vikings in 1961. Now in his second year as Head Coach at Detroit, Harry is still dedi- cated to the proposition that football is fun if you work hard enough to Win. WK After working his way through Alabama, Hugo Black was soon elected senator from Alabama and later on October 4, 1937, appointed to the Supreme Court of the United States by Franklin D. Roosevelt. Since taking his place in our na1jon,s high- est court, he has become a model of a Supreme Court judge to many in political circles. Now at eighty years old, Justice Black is the oldest current member of the Court in both age and service. And many, many others, including . . Borden Deal, author of The Insolent Breed the rights of which have recently been sold for a Broadway musical Ceorge A. Cornish, Editor-in-Chief of the Encyclopedia International Joseph W. Sewell, Scout for the Cleveland Indians Baseball Club Joseph L. Jessup, Faculty of Ceorge Washington University and Managing Director of the Jessup Company, Washington D.C. Henry L. Allen, Vice President of United States Steel Company J. W. Gilbert, Director of Research, International Paper Company Dr. John M. Warde, Mineral Economist and Manager of Development, Union Car- bide Company Ellis E. Comfort, President, J. Bishop Company Platinum Works D. Mitchell Cox, Vice President of the Pepsi Cola Bottling Company Stephen D. Moxley, President of American Cast Iron Pipe Company Woodrow W. Clements, Vice President of Dr. Pepper Bottling Company Judge Inzer B. Wyatt, Federal Judge appointed by John F. Kennedy to the South- I ern New York District Ernest C. Williams, Vice President of Culf States Paper Company Charles R. Murrah, Vice President of Mutual Of New York Insurance Company Dr. Harryi L. Anthony, Research Fellow, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research Walter Bouldin, President of Alabama Power Company Page 393 BGAUTI AH 4 iff 5. .,.f u',,N 5, if --As -..rv .,,,... I ,, -Mi U' uw, UL A -, Q M fm. Jer, L 3 Q 4 SY ,fi . X Qs? Z mf., x.,P5-, 3. gg., . 4 N. 83- 'X . 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FOOTBALL Football players at the University of Alabama live in the most plush college dormitory in the world, "The Bear Bryant Hilton" as one national sports magazine has called it. But being a member of the Crimson Tide is far from being all glamorous. Practice begins in mid-summer when Tuscaloosa tem- peratures sear above 1000 day after day. The work is hard, there may be two sessions of drills daily. After a practice session a Crimson Tider aches, he has lost a pint of sweat, and he may very well have bled a little. You put all you have into football when you play for Bear Bryant and your team is the defending National Champion. The price is too much for some players. And the greatest reward a Crimson Tider hopes for comes before 70,000 screaming fans in Legion Field on a Satur- day afternoon, or at a homecoming at Denny stadium, or in the Orange Bowl in Miami. Bald, newly-initiated A-Club members dine with other athletes in Bryant Hall. -,Omg 'For Sporfs Seclion - yThe Birmingham News if ' Qu M Q.. A lf? x Misa. I I , 5 .. , 1 Page 427 PORTRAIT UF BRYA T Football 1101 'ffv-ww? gy C fwfr! Z A? Av' f ff f - mf " I- ,. . f ,,,,. V T .W , 19? ,. N Kwi, f , v ,Q fb f gf 3 A3599 , fw' , mf fi. ' ' , Qa4sfWf,wZ42, ' , 07 gms! ,- if N! 49 -1 f WZ szsmf ' ' , Q1 ' 1-vf QB 'Sr f a game, itis life. Bryants awards are many. Here he receives the Kodak Coach- ot the year award. He heard mama calling It was December 3, 19585 Paul W. Bryant, the Bear, had some news for his followers at Texas Ac'xM. "Gentlemen, Iive heard Mama callingf he told them, Hand now I'm going homef, So home he came, back to his Alma Mater, the University of Alabama. And that's the way it all began. In the years that followed Bear Bryant was to become the winningest coach in America. The governor of Arkansas has said, "There are two reasons why the state of Alabama is progress- ing: you have a sea-port and you have Bear Bryantf, The big man from Moro Bottoms, Arkansas makes headlines. Such nice things as national champion- ships, bowl games, coach-of-the-year awards, and Hall of Fame inductions have become an every-day part of Bear Bryant's life. Page 429 4 f . Bryant litts his tamous "lucky sweater" tor ventilation as the game gets close. "Why doesn't somebody write a book about Bear Bryant? The question kept popping up, so somebody did. Benny Marshall, the colorful sports editor of the Birmingham News and a close friend of Paul Bryant, set out collecting mate- rial for a book about the Nation's num- ber one football coach. And his finished product, "Winning Isn't Everything," was published in 1965. Marshall, shown below with Bryant, got his title from a sign which hangs in the Bear's oflice: c'Winning isn't every- thing, but it beats anything that comes in second? The book has received glowing reviews from papers all over the country. ,Avi Lori Wagner, tlettl national March ot Dimes poster girl, was a special guest ot Dr. Frank Rose and Coach Bryant at the I966 Orange Bowl. Dale Surrett, 5, of Atlanta, Georgia was a very sick boy, doc- tors said he had to undergo a painful surgery. Naturally Dale's parents wanted to do something to make him happy during the days before the operation. What did a 5-year-old want most of all? To meet a football coach. "He would rather meet Bear Bryant than the President," said his father. So Dale, accompanied by his father, boarded a plane and Hew to Tuscaloosa to see the Bear. "The man who has the reputation for coaching hard-nosed football was turned into a soft-hearted teddybcarf' wrote an Atlanta columnist. The story of Dale Surrett really isn't unusual, so far as Bear Bryant is concerned. His daily mail is full of fan-letters from young admirers, like the boy whose father worked for the Uni- versity of Tennessee athletic department, he wanted to watch from Bamais sidelines when the Tide met his fatherjs team. And when Alabama played Nebraska in the 1966 Orange Bowl it was the March of Dimes national Poster Girl who sat with pride on the Alabama bench. Q M Dale Surrett tabovel gets a tour ot Denny Stadium from Coach Bryant. He hopes to play at Alabama some day. Page 430 :IP Q? .V 1. f , f 1, gf , f V 5 ff UV 1' 5 . .Ng- p f M THE FOOTBALL SEASON IN BRIEF ALABAMA 17 GEORGIA 18 The Crimson Tide of Alabama met with a stunning 18-17 defeat when it opened the season with Georgia. NBC cameras were on hand at Athens as the defending national champions lost by virtue of a controversial 4th quarter play which many people, including the publishers of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED and the AT- LANTA JOURNAL, said was illegal. Georgia took the lead early in the game and the Tide trailed until the final period. The first Tide score came when David Ray booted a 26-yard fieldgoal. In the third period Sloan directed the team down the field as Steve Bowman and Tommy Tolleson fought for yardage, Bowman finally crashed the line from the seven for the score. The score was 10-10 when Sloan went over for another Bama touchdown late in the game. VVith Rayis second conversion kicked good, the Tide had what was thought to be a sure 17-10 victory. But with seconds left on the STATISTICS ALA. GA. First downs 14 11 Rushing yardage 164 130 Passing yardage 151 99 Total yardage 315 229 Passes 12-26 3-7 clock Georgia pulled its controversial lateral play to take the game 18-17. STATISTICS ALA. TULAN E ALABAMA 27 TULANE 0 Quarterback Steve Sloan completed nine of seventeen passes for 117 yards and rushed for an additional 59 yards to set the pace for Bama's 27-0 shutout over Tulane. Sloan connected with Dickie Thompson and Tommy Tolleson for two of the Tideis scores, and Leslie Kelly drove from the one yard line for an additional First downs 21 12 Rushing yardage 216 96 Passing yardage 123 97 Total yardage 339 193 touchdown. Passes 10-20 7-17 David Ray regained the form that made him the 1964 NCAA kicking champion and booted two long Heldgoals and three conversions. Backs Harold Moore and Gene Rayburn starred on offense, each gaining better than 30 yards rushing. ALABAMA 17 MISSISSIPPI 16 The Tide opened its new series of games with Ole Miss by narrowly beating the Rebels 17-16. The winning point came with only a minute left in the game. Steve Sloan, who made both of Bamais scores, brought his team to life in the final moments and led them 89 yards down the field, the spectacular series of plays was said by many to be the highpoint of the entire season. A David Ray extra point broke the tie as the game ended. STATISTICS ALA. MISS First downs 17 11 Rushing yardage 121 127 Passing yardage 127 105 Total yardage 248 232 Passes 12-18 9-13 . ALABAMA 22 VANDERBILT 7 STATISTICS 1 i First downs ALQ X AIXSY Bama, trailing 7-0 at the start of the fourth quarter, scored 22 points in six Rushing yardag6 133 80 minutes to take a 22-7 victory from Vandy. F ullback Seve Bowman put on an- Passing yardage 117 70 other brilliant show by carrying the ball 14 times for 103 of the Tide's 133 rush- Total yardage 250 150 ing yards and two touchdowns, one of 57 yards, to lead the offense. Passes 7-12 6-12 The Tide defense, led by Paul Crane and Tim Bates, held the Commodores for a total of 110 yards, and another defensive star, lohn David Reitz, intercepted a V andy pass and ran it back 36 yards for one of the Tide's touchdowns. ALABAMA 7 TENNESSEE 7 Ken Stabler, Bama's sensational sophomore quarterback, rushed for 82 yards in the Tideis 7-7 tie with Tennessee. It was Stabler's first varsity game and he proved to be the top ground gainer of the afternoon. Regular quarterback Steve Sloan made Alabamais single score, capping an 80- yard drive down the field. David Ray kicked the extra point. The 70,000 fans at Legion Field saw a battle of defenses most of the game. Defensive stars for the Tide included Paul Crane, Creed Gilmer, and Ben McLeod. In the closing seconds of the game it looked as if the Tide might be able to win as it moved the ball down near the Vol's goal line. However, a mix-up oc- curred, and in the confusion Stabler threw the ball out of bounds to stop the clockg it was the fourth down and Alabama lost its last chance to score. Page 432 STATISTICS ALA. TENN First downs 22 10 Rushing yardage 156 121 Passing yardage 205 72 Total yardage 361 193 Passes 13-19 5-7 ALABAMA 21 FSU 0 The Tide thrilled the loyal and quieted the skeptics when it lowered the boom STATISTICS on nationally ranked Florida State, 21-0. A packed house of homecoming fans . ALA' FSU watched as Steve Sloan directed his team to two first-half touchdowns and sopho- Flrst .downs 15 15 more quarterback Ken Stabler led the way to another in the Hnal period. Rushmg yardage 222 125 Steve Bowman sparked a 50-yard drive by catching a pitchout and racing for 1321851118 ygrdage 87 76 43 yards in the lirst quarter to set up a touchdown by Leslie Kelly. Later, the Total Var age 309 201 Tide drove 81 yards for the second score, Tommy Tolleson gained 58 yards on Passes 5'9 8'25 two passes and Sloan finally drove over for the touchdown. In the fourth quarter, Stabler ran to the Seminole 2-yard line after a fake field goal attempt and Kelly was called upon once again to make the score. -ALABAMA 10 MISSISSIPPI STATE 7 STATISTICS ALA. MISS. STATE Bama scored the Hrst time it got the ball to win over Mississippi State 10-7. First downs 12 16 Seconds into the game Sloan fired a pass to Sophomore Dennis Homan who Rushing yardage 154 116 ran for a 65-yard score. David Ray kicked the conversion and later booted a 27- Passing yardage 124 144 yard Held goal for the Tidels final 3 points. Total yardage 278 260 In the third quarter the Tide held its lead when Creed Gilmer blocked an at- Passes 11-18 9-17 tempted State lieldgoal. Outstanding on defense, along with Gilmer, were Bobby Johns, Tim Bates, Paul Crane, Louis Thompson, Frank Whaley, Cecil Dowdy, and Tom Sommerville, ALABAMA 31 L.S.U. 7 Alabamals sensational 31-7 conquest over LSU started out like a repeat of the Mississippi game, Steve Sloan flipped a pass out to Dennis Homan in the open- STATISTICS ing minutes and he scampered 45 yards for a touchdown. However, as the game , ALA- LSU progressed it lost most of its resemblances to the close battle at Iackson. F1fSf ,downs 16 16 The stunned crowd at Tiger Stadium was joined by millions of TV viewers Rushmg Yardage 207 72 who saw the Tide run away with the game. Steve Bowman had his greatest day P 3551115 Yardage 150 203 of the season, making two touchdowns, one on a 36-yard run. David Ray put gofal Yardage 935g 1523? asses - - twelve points on the board by virtue of a 41-yard iieldgoal, three conversions, and a touchdown pass from Sloan. Sophomore Steve Davis kicked the remaining conversion point. jackie Sherrill, who prevented a possible 4th quarter LSU score by intercept- ing a long pass, was joined on the defensive star list by team mates John Mosley, Paul Crane, Tim Bates, and Creed Gilmer. STATISTICS ALA. SC First downs 22 21 Rushing yardage 256 147 Passing yardage 171 193 Total yardage 427 340 Passes 9-13 17-29 ALABAMA 35 SOUTH CAROLINA 14 Steve Sloan connected with Dennis Homan for two touchdowns and drove over for another to lead the Crimson Tide over South Carolina 35-14. Steve Bowman and Ken Stabler added a touchdown each and David Ray kicked live extra points. The initial score came the first time the Tide got the ball. Sloan passed down to the 3 yard line and then ran it in. The score remained 7-0 until the second half when the Tideis offense exploded. Once again Bama scored the first time it took possession, after a 66-yard drive. Dickie Bean thrilled the crowd with a series of scampers in the fourth quarter. Tim Bates, Tom Sommerville, and Richard Cole led the way on defense for the Tide. ALABAMA 30 AUBURN 3 The Tide crushed cross-state rival Auburn before a record crowd in Birming- ham to take the SEC championship for the second straight year. Steve Sloan completed 13 of 18 passes for 226 yards and three touchdowns to break several Bama quarterbacking records. Tommy Tolleson caught the first touchdown pass in the Hrst quarter. The second score came on a 33-yard pass to Ray Perkins following one of seven Bama interceptions. Early in the third period Bama pulled out ahead 23-3 when Leslie Kelly scored a touchdown and Tolleson caught a pass for a two-point conversion. Only seconds later, Iohn Sullivan recovered an Auburn fumble, and, on the next play, Sloan passed to Don Shankles for the Hnal score of the day. Ray added an- other extra point to make the final score 30-3. Page 433 STATISTICS ALA. AUBURN First downs 20 13 Rushing yardage 175 138 Passing yardage 246 93 Total yardage 421 231 Passes 15-20 6-24 ,f TIDE ROLLS OVER TULANE, 27-0 'CI think we're on our way now." Alabama met Tulane on a windy night in T Mobile, and with a 27-0 smack, she kissed Cousin Greenie good-bye. For the second straight week the Tide terminated a series with an old rival, first with Georgia, and then Tulane, who is pulling out of the SEC. "The wonderful thing about winning is winning itself," said a happy Paul Bryant after the game. "I think we're on our way now." The team Bryant saw trounce Tulane was a far-cry from the team that had lost to Georgia the week before. The Bear singled out a second-half goal- line stand as the Tideis greatest show. Tu- lane had carried the ball to the Bama five, where they had it first and goal, only to be stopped cold by the Tide defense. LATE SURGE SINKS COMMODORES, 22-7 "Just to keep 'rs us interested." The Vanderbilt Commodore was a little Dutch boy with his thumb in the dyke until the last minutes of the game. But the Tide just would not be contained. YVith a mighty surge Bama scored three touchdowns in six minutes and swamped V andy 22-7. "vv-- Alabama had done it again: kept its fans on edge until the last quarter. One Crimson Tide sup- porter was heard mumbling as she left the stadium, "Do you suppose Bear does that just to keep us inter- ested in the ganie?,' Kltis making me a nervous wreck," said another. .Ma aff!! Y iiwg 755 is I 1 ' Q N ',,fa4, f Q-.my ww o f X4 1 3 A Ax st f ' A H'-fa..d! '79 uHey, does anybody know what down it is?" Only two other collegiate games in the country drew bigger crowds than the one that turned out at Legion Field to see Alabama take on Tennessee that Sat- urdayg but when the Hnal whistle had blown, most of the 70,000 fans wished they hadnat come. Tennessee had tied Alabama 7-7. Vol Coach Doug Dickey didn't share the prevailing feeling that neither team had won. He called the tie a victory for Tennessee since his team had lost to the Tide every year since 1959. That game was a 7-7 tie, too. All-in-all it was a most frustrating afternoon for Bama folks. They watched in disbelief as the Tide gave up a sure victory near the end of the game by throwing the ball out of bounds to stop the clockg someone had forgotten that it was fourth down. "There is no question that Alabama would have made that score," said one Tennessee newspaper the next morning. But it was a happy Vol Band that stayed in the stands and played long after the Million Dollar crew had packed up and gone home. BAMA FORGETS, TIES TENNESSEE 7-7 9 , 1 25 V 'fl I gg 42,52 Q 1 if t J , ,f X ' ' 1 BAIVIA BREAKS INTO TGP TEN WITH 21-0 WIN OVER SEMINOLES 66Gentlemen, they humiliated usi' Florida State coach Bill Peterson moaned his teamls 21-0 defeat at the hands of Alabama by saying "they kicked us in the teeth and rubbed it ing gentle- men, they humiliated usf, Coach Peter- son's remarks weren't intended for publication in the Saturday Evening Post. He spoke figuratively about a great Crimson Tide team which had just won a place for itself among the nation's top ten. Alabama combined their usual sharp offense with an exceptionally brilliant de- fense to take complete control of the game. The afternoon was somewhat costly for Alabama, however, as first-string line- man Iim Fuller was injured and lost for the rest of the season. TIDE BASES BY STATE l0-7 uMaybe we should change their names to the Cardiac Kids I" Jackson, Mississippi may never be quite the same. On one day the student bodies of four universities descended upon the city to see Ole Miss defeat LSU and Alabama take Mississippi State in historyis Hrst SEC doubleheader. Mississippians had hopes of making the event 1001 successful for the Mag- nolia State after the Ole Miss win, but a stubborn Crimson Tide had other plans. Bama scored early, on a spectac- ular 60-yard pass play, and then buckled down on defense to Win 10-7. The game was won on "big playsv ac- cording to Coach Bryant. Among the big plays that impressed the Bear were the touchdown pass in the opening minutes of the game, a blocked Iieldgoal by Creed Gilmer and a key interception by Bobby Iohns. IN BIC DOUBLEHEADEB TIDE BRILLIANT IN 31-7 WIN OVER L.S.U. MNohody heats us in Tiger Stadium . . . well?" Perhaps the Lousiana State mascot tiger had a premonition of what was going to happen. When he was rolled out in pre-game festivities the usually ferocious beast was as quiet as a pussycat. Dismayed, the LSU cheer- leaders pulled the tiger's cage off to the sidelines and let him sleep. And while that big tiger slept his team was thoroughly trompled. Prov- ing themselves once again to be the unpredictable, the Crimson Tide struck early and never let up. The final score was Alabama 31, LSU 7. "Those little guys are like lightning. It's the damnest thing live ever seen," said Louisiana coach Charlie Mc- Lendon. One of McLendon's assist- ants even questioned the Alabama sports publicity oHice,s honesty in re- leasing player weights. "They,d have to Weigh more than thatf, he charged. But the bulk of LSU's followers, who held to that old theory that no- body beats them in Tiger Stadium, didnlt have much to say. And in all the quiet, the tiger slept on. Page 440 Q fl 2 f 2 i E 5 5 BAMA PLUCKS GAMECOCKS, 35-14 u1V1ayhem on the field and oranges in the pressboxl' Both the game and the day started off on the dark side, but before too many seconds had ticked off the clock the Sun broke through the overcast and the Tide came to life and crushed South Carolina 35-14. Quarterback Steve Sloan almost erased Ioe Namath's name from the record book. He completed 9 of 13 passes for 171 yards to bring his career total to 1,227 yards, and he threw his 84th pass with- out an interception. It hadn't been announced at the time, but most people were pretty certain that Alabama would be in Miami on New Year,s night. However, iust in case some writer might be in doubt, the sports publicity department served oranges in the prcssbox. D I A , ,Y V 4 f x. ww Q V f -f f"'?fff f 1 VW," . ,fi 1 V -yfy M km, 1 fl 2 f ' , sy dw T f ff: fnk ff 'ff f , , 4 , ,. X ,, , , ' f 2 ff . , f 1 2 'V f, ' K-1 ff ff ' 1' f y 57, W , M? 0 , 4 W 6 230 0 fpw. V nm A ,if-f'17 fin ,iff , X X f 73 1 'M- ' fxvfa !WA,, 1, .is 3, ww Aj. J. -'Hp Q, s, M541 Q' 'vw .. W , is 2549 V, xx 64 X K fs X 5' 6 2 3 MMM The MIAMI HERALD BAMA SHUCKS CORNHUSKERS 39-28 'Stars fell on Alabama, last Night . . . and Alabama fell on Nebraska" Outweighed by Nebraska 35 lbs. per man, Alabama went to Miami and the Orange Bowl a 1-point underdog. Before the day of the game the pollsters had taken a second look at the Tide and made them a 1-point favorite. And when the final whistle had blown on the biggest of the bowl games Alabama had become an ll- point victor. The final score was Bama 39-Nebraska 28. Alabamals third Orange Bowl per- formance in four years was a spectac- ular one. The 40,000,000 viewers of the game saw Steve Sloan shoot down records almost as fast as he threw touchdown passes. Nebraska coach Bob Devaney said, "Alabama had the finest offense I've ever seen." Most of the records set in the game were al- ready held by Alabama. Ray Perkins led off the scoring by snagging a 21-yard touchdown pass. Later in the game he scored again. Nebraska tied the game for a while at 7-7. But Leslie Kelly soon scored for Bama and the Cornhuskers never caught up with the Tide again. Steve Bowman ran for Alabama's final two touchdowns. A field goal and 4 extra points were kicked good by David Ray. Sieve Bowman goes 'Hwrough 'I'he middle for good yardage againsrl' +he big Nebraska line. IN ORANGE BOWL CLASSIC cs Alabama became the fourth school in his- tory to retire the Associated Press Num- ber One Trophy. BER CD12 s4CAI U As the 1965 football season drew to a close, a request came in from the Associated Press to pack up the na- tional championship trophy and send it back. But nobody in Bear Bryant's office bothered to comply. Not a sin- gle Bama fan was seen scraping his big, red Number One decal from a car window before heading for Miami and the Orange Bowl. And when the final poll was taken, the winner and still champion was the Crimson Tide of Alabama. "You're Dixie's football pride, Crim- son Tide," goes the old song. And never before have those words rung quite so true. For the third time in five years, Alabama boasts the num- ber one football team in the nation. "We,re Number One" pep rallies have almost become an annual event at the Capstone. That trophy that nobody sent back is at Alabama to stay now. According to txadition, any team that wins the title three times retires the trophy. And the only scraping away of Num- ber One decals has been to make way for newer, bigger ones! V V r I ,Am 4 X W 1, Sflf ' ff , f, ' if Q., I ' .- f 7 ' .ki fl 3 4 1 ,W ' f ff .rl , ' 7 I V4 , 4 Z W My , ff Q 511 f, gf ,, , V 4 wk 1 , "X 5 4 M . .4 .X f ,-.M f f , 36 ,x , I I I X Q 1 . ' , ' ' , f f ,' ' Q gl' , , f V51 .X j ,, X f ! V X Z ,rf X MA si , ' f , W- W . .5 921 - ' X ,www ,, Q2 an W5 I 97 ' . :V ,, 'Qg f j ,W ' , ' STEVE SLOAN Football News All American Team Most yards passing in a single game Most touchdown passes in a single game Most total offensive yards Most passes attempted Most passes completed Most yards gained passing Fewest passes had intercepted Most valuable player in Southeastern Conference Outstanding athlete in Fellowship of Christian Athletes Academic All American Team Stageman trophey for Back of the Year in Southeastern Conference Page A48 ALL AMERICANS PAUL CRANE Football News All American Associated Press All American United Press International All American News Editors Association All American New York News All American Look All American Coaches All American All Southeastern Conference Southeastern Conference Lineman of the Year Fellowship of Christian Athletes "Most accurate passer I have ever coached"-Paul Bryant fwm W7 f., 5 Wgzyifff, .,4,x , 1' W, by + Q ,NY if Mx, 1 ik ag YS 5 6 Q wi L M-.Q W 9 Q av WW 1 Q is 5 5 4 x F H ff. if X K f gi :kg-, A FRE SHMAN FOOTBALL NVhile the Crimson Tide varsity was busy Winning itself a national championship, Alabama's freshman team Was brightening the outlook of Bama fans with the future on their minds. The Baby Tide won three of their four games in 1965. The only loss came with the opening game of the seasong Mississippi State Won that one 7-6. The rest of the season was clear sailing for Alabama. They beat Ole Miss 27-14 the next week. Then came Tennessee. The Vols' sensation, Richmond Flowers, Ir., just eouldift get passed the big Alabama line. The Tide won 19-8. And the final game of the season was against Auburn. Playing at the Lovliest Village of the Plains, the Tide Won 30-6. Ho-hum .... The Baby Tide's big line proved too much for all of Alabamais op- ponents. Not a single touchdown was scored on the Tide by a rusher. And at the end of the season Mike Hall and Mike Ford were selected All-SEC freshmen. Benny Gibbs labovel takes hand off from Joe Kelly for short yardage against the Auburn freshmen. Later in the game, Uettl Gibbs stretches for that extra yard. Ano+her Bama Back sprinfs for long yardage againsi' ihe baby Tigers Joe Kelly se+s up block affer pifching ouf To anoiher back. 15 s BASKETBALL 1965-66 Alabama Basketball Record Wfon 16 Lost 10 Opponent Bama Opponent Southern Mississippi 76 67 Rice 84 80 Samford S9 65 Southern Mississippi 93 79 Iacksonville 91 76 Clemson CVPI Tournament Q 62 76 Massachusetts CVPI Tournarnentl 79 73 Penn State fCator Bowlj 66 68 DePaul QCator Bowlj 64 80 Florida 53 56 Stetson 75 50 Ceorgia 68 60 Auburn 71 90 Mississippi State 71 63 Tennessee 56 91 Kentucky 62 82 Tulane 77 67 Louisiana State 66 62 Mississippi 79 60 Vanderbilt 63 71 Kentucky 67 90 Louisiana State 81 73 Tulane 72 73 Mississippi State 77 76 Mississippi 99 66 Auburn 66 83 Coach Hayden Rileyis 1966 Crim- son Tide raised the eyebrows of sports Writers and fans by beginning the season with five consecutive victories. F ive-game winning streaks aren't very common to recent Alabama basketball history. But the Tide's XVaterloo Enally came against Clemson at the VPI Harry Hammonds, senior center from Tuscaloosa, led his teammates in number of points scored. Mike Nordholz, a promising sophomore guard, had the highest percentage of fieldgoal completions. Wfith the Hnal record of 16 wins and 10 losses, and a 9-7 conference tournament and the rest of the season was the Win-a-few, loose-a-few story Bama fans have become accustomed 'EO. record, the Crimson Tide was tied with Florida for the coveted number Five position in the SEC. Page 452 We -. L1 -'r"" M fn, ff' , f ' 7 ,, f 4-4 -'Y' Q 4 W. f- ff - :H 4 ,W 'uf ff I, f ,QQ X ,H , 5 f f f V ' f f Nw, , , , , , , gf , ' V I X M M IW' ' N A W U' I 'Q XX?" - M - -1 ff- 453 5 , 1' xfi' v ' if ff' XLW . M k..- N GQ sf, 'm.,,'n . ' . fs ' f v Seq 2 53373 'tw' M? ,X ff., W0 www A , x nu, 4 if qX:zc1w.- , : QQ ' if ,, , X Q , x 'F 4- ' we ' ez , ,gffiz J Q A fi V Q SN mx ' ' S sz fx ,XM X if , X X i X I X WN X if f i X 6 Q :VIR Q. ff X 6 K Ei rf X A E N9 X Q A f wb 5 , wi f fs mx Q X wf vm 'A N 41, 7 fi F Q Q ff! wif f W I ah, .4 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 1965-66 Freshman Record Won 15 Lost 5 Opponent Bama Opponent Southern Mississippi 83 68 Athens College 76 58 Northwestern junior College 97 51 Southern Mississippi 68 85 McCord Lumber 91 66 Russell Southern 108 57 Athens College 99 54 Auburn 62 74 Mississippi State 73 96 Northwestern junior College 85 71 St. Bernard MBU 78 66 Mississippi 60 74 Snead 88 76 A-Club 85 74 Xllalker 71 69 Snead 77 73 XValker 92 84 Mississippi State 72 62 Mississippi 63 62 Auburn 55 57 Page 456 f 'F' A ef 4 'Q ,, I mms f pl 4 . ff N . M s BASEBALL Date March April May Opponent jacksonville State Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi State Mississippi State Samford Samford Mississippi State Mississippi State Livingston State Louisiana State Louisiana State Tulane Tulane Southern Mississippi Southern Mississippi Southern Mississippi Southern Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Louisiana State Louisiana State Page 458 VVith 11 returning lettermen and three trans- fers from junior colleges on the 28-man Crim- son Tide baseball team, Coach Joe Sewell expects to better the Tideis 12-12 record of 1965. Dick Towers, who tied a Bama record for most strikeouts in a single season, Will be leading this yearls pitching statl. The pitching stall also includes lettermen Ian Douglas, Freddy Glass, and Grady Elmore. Third baseman Iohn Mosley, Who was elected to the All-Southeastern Conference team in 1965, Will also return to the diamond this spring. . gi v fm' . f df Iv? .V . , ri" , ,. . 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Lf, .1 70.5-Q f f -4, M, 1. f, , ' f' ,Z , X 2 - 'f ., k jwfi, ' ,, W 4' , ff ff ' WA' f' W ,.fzg,:lQ7w ,, YY M29 5:43 , as 5 2' WW, 1 A- f W fg X11 , ,mai as - 4 'f ,, w pf an di f f , if fx, x. , Page 461 -W 4, FD' we UK 1 TRACK Former Olympic star hurdler Billy Hardin joined Coach Ralph Genitois coaching staff this year and suddenly Ala- bama's status as a track competitor took an upward swing. In early season meets sophomore sprinter David Adkins appeared to be headed for his share of school and conference records. Other outstanding prospects included Walter Mc- Queen, Gene Rayburn, and Gary Terrell. The Tide's Hrst meet is perhaps indicative of things to come for the rest of the 1966 seasong Alabama beat Mississippi State 111-34. Page 462 5 4 Q 45 ,K ww nf' , , hy f ,G L , 4, Quiz? X Alabama's swimming team finished one of its most successful seasons in history in 1966 by taking the runner-up position in the Southeastern Conference in finals held at New Orleans. The swimming season opened with a splash heard all around the SEC: the Tide beat Florida. It was the first time in over 10 years that the Gators had been beaten by an SEC team. W wa,-s f fr - was as.,aQ,gMwf ,L e,,q5,, 5, , f ,Haw Mag 4, ew, 4 , W ,, V, f 5 f ff. , . Qmfswfsfwmwwswfw .. r ,, . , , ..auwK.Wi,,,.,, V .., f . .R ,,gr.,,fswsfs.s, 'sv Wy-fmwms ff e Q f. , , , Q0 wa. s X 0WXWM 4Wf" f ,vf ff f ,, 4 , .M I ,, ps-,T V. 57 ,l 2 ,liar f' " ...Mi .,,,, ,u:..'f5I Ol Z: 1: . I Ann". ,if- f W2 i xi 5 S ,-Qi . , -I-I are - i A .fur-" . '94 "KL, , -can A "VIVA-www, 4' his-tw 5 N' fff 4'-P4 , 45... , TENNIS Alabama's tennis team faced a sched- ule of 16 matches as the 1966 season got under Way in the spring. Among the more difficult assignments ahead for the Tide were Mississippi State, one of the most highly regarded tennis teams in the Southeastern Conference, and Big Ten power, Wisconsin. Tide coach Earl Baumgardner was pleased with early season performances by his netters. He singled out Tom Ken- dall and Pete Lanier as especially prom- ising. "We are going to have to get some experience under our tennis shoes before we are ready to challenge for the top positions in the SEC new worldf said Baurngardner. 1966 TENNIS SCHEDULE Date Opponent March 15 Vanderbilt 19 Florida State 25 Mississippi State April 1 Auburn 4 Mississippi 8 Tennessee 12 Eastern Kentucky State 13 VVisconsin 14 Auburn 15 Georgia 22 Louisiana State 23 Tulane 28 Southern Mississippi 29 Pensacola Naval Air Base 30 Murray State May 12-14 Southeastern Conference Meet Page 466 GOLF .il W Pre-season qualifying rounds for the Alabama varsity golf team yielded a full slate of promising golfers. Coach Iaclcie Maness predicted an outstanding season for the Alabamians. Vance Falkerson, a senior from Birm- ingham, came out on top in the qualifica- tions With a score 76.6. 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NX., Xie- 1 Q,X gpgmw wr ' 5 is was 5 K 2, 'L r, Aw, e. 4 fn P Q1 V 'K 'Vshsf J Sk ff igrw bg f EK' ff QQEAZ 4 sv Q5 Wi, J E ' vw- fs .4 'Wg Accompanying sweeping changes in the nationas colleges and universities Come the vast reorgani zations in the 'Greek system . . . Page 473 ,, V Lysiig and a new type of student, interested and independent, to Cope with these changes. Page 474 ul L ,f V8 f M wmfk - ,,-Mg, k My YW in ,4.,,?fA 4 ff X Q A Q BUTT Q1X3T 4-an in xx. fee: mf Na E x , w KAN r L is if? lwpg.. Q f . .2 W 1 1 X S X N is Hg Y 711, ,ff W.-.M , 3 ' 4,571 Q v -95:2 -..- sm. v W.. whmww X ilk! X 13? ., , Q .owigmw With the complexities and the pres- sures of the academic, the student turns to the relief of Greek life. '71, Page 477 K M "wr-...W He expects more from a Greek organization than humiliation and harassment. And the Greeks are responding with meaningful programs and new ideas . . . Page 478 4.553 8.8 Xxx Xp: mu Wx ,W..w1wxm.W,,W, X f M4-fwwm. M , g Af .mm ,U sm. M Page 479 0' f 1 4 ' 1 Hz. 'LM 3 fb. ,,, r R ff '7' ffi W zyfff QA A 9 1 , ., 4 .R f' f 4, Y ,Q 1 .Q 1 'QW f f Q f, W N SQ x XX N N Y QX , gg M I ss. Emphasizing scholarship, friendship, and responsibility. These signifi- cant advances allow Greeks to produce members and alumni with a background of college experiences which enable them to become more valuable citizens of their community and nation. Page 481 E gs. ..., i X ,A , J V 5 Q es 'F' A-zu--nn-ees-af.-,,, we K 1 Q gy, w K Talkative but apprehensive, the little groups flock along the side-Walks. Thoughts: "Is my hair straightPD "If I shake another hand 1,11 dielv c'I'll never smile againf, 'KMy sister Was one, Ilve got them loekedf, Its rush week at the University. Page 482 WM MMM? Wqiwfmwwffwg IVJ fir, Fa fi? l 4-me x-fkwwnw Awww , Mmm Page A83 .-viva' WS! S www . M www' ef' lqggg yr, .Maas misimm Q K - WWW ii' 'lives-, Like a cattle drive along the Chisholm Trail the rushees are herded by the foreman of their group from house to house to house where each is set upon by two or three members of the chapter. "VVhere are you from? Oh you are-do you know . . .?,' "What are you planning to go into? Industrial engineering, huh? Most of the girls around the house are in Education, but I'm sure you'd fit inf' ff, fffyq, fit? ' 4 . f 4 Zi Z f X I S Sf Q 4 is is as 2 lb 'VZA ki Jllli The Greeks generally start rolling at 5:30 in the morning, and the frantic pace keeps up all day long. Hours of preparation go into each moment of active rushing. 1' f Page 487 E xi . X X Q g X xx - KX , AX 4 ,,:A 5 We K More hand-shaking. Keep smiling. Look alive. Snow ,em good. Sinile. Keeping talking. "Me? Tired? Heavens, nol XVe just love itln If We can only hold out ,til Saturday . . Page 489 L . A 6 . 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N 7 4X S J f z X ,QW nf "QQ ,P f ' by W Q ,Z fy' RV! ax 2. ,.,, , L ' sf ig, I 4, V .v-I' I I J E -A Jfffx mf X mx ' fig - Jusf' fig, 1:5 , N . N 1 . .2 3 x A x A ' .g-412, k ' . M if y Q' , . xy If Q After the party-the requiem at the Little Cookie. N., ...-lib-.. v ,I ,N Q N - x 1 A J Mf- gf? kb 3 Fifi f A 71 '55 1 xl W IEAH Q: 55 M Ni L. I Q N. E T ' 2 .mf , ' 4 .-me W K 1. if P I .Wy g neg: . Y 5 4 ?W 4? fe. 3' f X f 4 5- Wffffwv- A :mf ix it YK 9 Egg W f ,Xu R "EQ: wh , IR vnu., ' X. ,-QQ .M . 5. C X w Ku X. v 91. fa and getting pinned Getting pinned has become one of the favorite par- ticipant sports on college campuses today. But just what is getting pinned? It seems to be a fairly simple process. A boy meets a girl, takes her out a few times, decides he would like something a litte more permanent, and gives her his pin. They are now en- gaged to be engaged, or something like that. The girl displays her beauis pin wherever she goes, wear- ing it proudly on her . . . well. The pin now becomes the hook attached to the bait, and it is tough for any red-blooded college lad not to throw in the line and sinker, too. Now the girl has him trapped. He is ex- pected to call her every day, never to look at another, and to take out only her. Getting pinned is social security for the girl for she is now assured of a H- nanced week-end each week. And the boy-what does he get? Itis just another step down that trail leading to the eternal tangle-marriage. Page 497 1 ,I ,X K, :ax K ff X 5 4 K. fa,y5f..p f -L :KN Ik V- Qexigs ,g--4 ' Q5 'Q K axis 1:54-f K " A.-, A 1. " -B-. ,fx iw .M pw QV f ff 1 Q f qiwx i ! ff K X f 4 4 f x . ,ni A 'X KU 9 Q, " , V 4 f 4' 2 33,5 5, 555 33 c ' S sic 1, :gk , I Mkt it 1 , lt's not all fun and games . . . One can look into the not too distant past to see that being a Creek was seemingly an endless chain of the mornings after the nights before. While parties still take over the scene on Week- ends, academics are prominent during the week in the form of organized study halls and a gen- eral emphasis on the scholastic excellence of the chapter. Serious minded Greeks have emerged as campus leaders in SGA and other areas of campus life. VVhile a Greek will still enjoy a good time, he has enlarged his interests to become a serious participant in the life of the University. If one were to ask a Greek what can be de- rived on a personal level from belonging to such a group, the response in the maiority of cases would be concerning the many deep and last- ing friendships gained during ones association with a Greek organization. The Hrst friendships formed are with members of ones pledge class and gradually one also comes to know the active members of the chapter. For the next four years at college these friendships expand and grow deeper through mutual success and trials, and once the Greek leaves college one thing that he carries with him is the many friendships forged during his stay with the Greeks. Page 501 E em f ,K crsrr a xx 'fx fa w Vi W fb , f,. as , W K Q 5 , 'S K '- . iw ' " , X pf " ' X ff Milam , V X 1 N5 WN w x P B .Y my-y.4.s+-" : as-21 f g ' N 'Vx K WX fi ::': i f ' swat,-fs' X, Mx. - is 'yaeva':up53t,X t 4. ?""Am I 5 ,Q-W' 30 1 .. 'Q X Q Q ,553 K 'N' x. " sam 1 Us x . Y Q x X , xx WM . .Nwx,, . X W xx 3 , 1 M, f ' x J . L Q . s x 1 A. x, it X J f , , N: gn f- X. X WJ J ,I x l 4.,: V - W N x ,X , QE .3 , I .Es f Q, DEL My WE r5 1Q K, . , -5-UKRY, N0 BUYS ALLOWED susxxbxgwf. plwffmxx-5,ss, czsxu NXN Perri.. QM You! tzfhlrii ANQWAQV . E ,xg GN THE. FRONTN fixfflifswm Q NV J ,. Q A H T' RAN Sify-M XNXH ...,L A - MN. x... XX A Q 'ix All Mm Lwmrgir. X .XT The Chapter House The hub of a Greeks activity is the chapter house. Except for the time spent in class the major part of a Creeks time is spent connected with the house. The house is Where meals are taken and for many it is their residence. Most of the social functions take place at the house. For study, many prefer the quieter sec- tions of the house instead of the library. But the house does more than serve these purposes. It is more or less a min- ute society Where people of different personalities and backgrounds learn to get along With each other. It is the loca- tion of the rituals and traditions, the foundation of the Greeks. On campus, the house is the Greek's life. Qw- '-4-.,,,, M 'QQ 4 f Mirsnv X . ,.- 1 wmv Page 504 Q W Q z Q HEX S Greek Leadership Although the Greek system has come under Hre from all directions in past years, it is a fact that the Greeks produce the largest num- ber of campus leaders than any other segment of the campus. Fraternity men and sorority girls seem to have a certain zeal-a real group spirit-with which they become involved in campus activities. When election time rolls around, many a chapter house becomes some- thing like a cross between a war room and an advertising agency. The Greeks, life is as- sured as long as this interest in campus affairs is maintained, and enthusiasm for an active part in campus leadership preserves Greek esprit de corps. wwwff-www,WmowsvmwwwwmmwmwsweW-www ef- --.QHUUW1 . . , . .- 2 . , I A ': - 'VN 'I " ,f 1 1 , 1 f 4 f- . .H v r u z f , ' ' i ' V ' ,," E 0 H 9 7 V ' f :.., ,,,,., : ,., . ,..,. A 7 M- , .V ,.v vi, A ,a -- ' 3 N ' ,,, fc-:2?W'fPvV- Wd:-:'HMZ? f Z5gdwkgww111426-VMI-vvY71WA?f7!AYW-W4 .V I - ,,.v-Wea' wkwvpfgmf-wmymwM4'4wsg 19 4 af . ..,, L p 3 my may X Q, , ., H. 5 s W ,vzimg 7 XXXXX .,..f i 5 G B pw. n fu . 5 hiv , x f t -. -'sv '. 5 gy f ' I :ar t 2 A 53 0 S T ' 1 MQ wwf 9 K ' eqf- ,4 Sc ex 5 S S I eff f Sf . Q NAB 8 x iw ,iff ' .FG gxgp an 5'-Uhr 5 , is Qi 5 X f , f ff X IA 4 , , ff' 7 WZ , I-n.l.l r6 ,p ,,s, 1 f.- 6 'W-wL'Z:tZf1"'g '- ! f X X , f X AQ: 5 Q f V-1. X ' f ,Q , 1 4 J ,V., .A r -Owwuswmwma WSW ,f 2 , if .Y ' X XQ fa f M , ,Wy m 4.1 1 I 3 fi ff LCN 15,2 If W' x ink I 320- . Pi? 7 f ,M J, K ww KW - , W5 ffm' ' . Ay, W .4 : fav - A if? . a -1 v Wigigzwwx ,, ,V X '. . A bw my , . vi Y , Q 'Q B Q , K - ,, f- 1, A Q X N' Q 'Q ,, 4 , ' . X' I K' -5 R A ,C Creek Philanthropy VVhen need arises on or around the campus, the Creeks are usually the first to step forward and offer assistance. Why are the fraternities and sororities so often the ones to initiate such action? Maybe it stems from the sort of people who compose the Creek groups, or maybe it is a result of the spirit forsterd by the organizations. VVhat- ever the reason, it is a result of independent persons acting as their consciences dictate. Rarely do the Creeks give only as a public relations gimick, for most of the time no one but the Creek group and the recipient knows of the good deed. In the process of such activity-such as the Christmas party given for underprivileged chil- dren, pictured at left-the Universityis image is heightened in the community, and lifetime patterns of unselfishness are set in the givers. The Councils The COROLLA wishes to take this opportunity to thank the Interfraternity Council, the Panhellenic Coun- cil, and their member groups for giving us their per- mission to try a new approach to the Creek section, and for subsequently helping us to carry out our objectives. In the past we had given each group two pages in the book, and they had paid for these pages on the regular scale for organizational space. This year the Creeks al- lowed us to cut each fraternity and sorority to one page, although they had paid for two. VVe used the pages gained in this manner for pictorial articles on the Creek system at Alabama. It is encouraging that the fraternities and sororities are still eager to innovate as well as ac- cept new ideas. WVe realize that the Creek system is under attack as an institution ostensibly out of step with the concepts of the University. However, this move on the parts of the Councils and their constituents is new evidence that the system is indeed alive and receptive to progress. The COBOLLA heartily commends the Alabama Creeks for their willingness to pursue a fresh idea and make it work. ORORITIE s Ami I - fe 4 iv: ,, Vs s as-fa-:s:2s::--':s: -f:1.sia:.:51:':s::..V'1i,,a11252 L - T ', '5 , 'ff' W'V ' N ' V?"7'5ff "'3VtV'V,i "" W l"'7fiEiWfWlfff2"iif ' "" " "" 55'4'5?"T'T'77'7"if"'7V .,.,., , ,V N - V V ,V ,, 7 ,V V V , W ., ' ,V m G -. 'V . ., V ' V V V V I ii Q' . VV - f t , V :Q fl VV.. V L V I V av r as 2 W s . V ,, V' t' aa ,. TV ' ff' ri 2 , v I 7 ,, g J, as I X K x N ,r V. 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V ' " V VV ,, V ,VT K ,f 'IV S5 29 .Rye ,Vg , , , VM V K , , - X VV V ti' ,HV yf ax V E W ,,,. 3 ,V V 4 ,, w ,VV p f .K W ,-.V x x . .- AV ' ' s ' V L as :, I E V T E fi 2 V' ' 1' if V s . TOP ROW: Adams, Anderton, Andress, Ashley, Barron, Belcher, Bennett, Brazelton, Bullock, Burdick, Burgess, Chapman, Cody. SECOND ROW: Collier, Culberson, Curtis, Davis, Donohoo, Dugins, Dunn, Elmore, Eurton, Foster, Fox, Freeman, Gibbs. THIRD ROW: Glisson, Goldsmith, A., Gold- smith, S., Graham, Green, Grimes, Grub, Hager, Harrison, Hebson, Hern- don, Higginbotham, S., Higginbotham, P. FOURTH ROW: Holland, Hol- ston, Ingram, Jarrett, Jenkins, Jones, H., Jones, K., Jones, D., Jordan, Kain, Kendrick, Kilpatrick, Kirkland. FIFTH ROW: Kiruen, Knudsen, Lavender, LPHA CHI O EC 1965 proved Alpha Chi tops, not only at the University, but nationwide. After a year of winning the campusis most prized honors, the national trophy for Most Outstanding Chapter of Alpha Chi Omega was presented to Alpha Up- silon at Bama. Top COROLLA Beauty, Miss Alabama Band sponsor, state Circle K Sweetheart, COROLLA beauties and favor- ites, fraternity svveethearts, including the International Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, GLAMOUR model, Radio City Rockette, ROTC sponsors, a cheerleader-all wear the lyre of Alpha Chi. Alpha Chis are represented in Mortar Board, Phi Beta Kappa, and Who's Who and are president of Triangle, AAUW, Panhellenic, and junior Panhellenic, and vice-pres- ident of AWS. Still not convinced? "Why donit you call us-8-3679. And, if it,s busy, come around and see us sometime." Lee, Liles, Long, Maddox, Martin, Maxwell, Mays, McCabe, Mclellan McNeil. SIXTH ROW: McOuilIen, McRee, McVay, Mitchell, Morris, Moyer. Neugent, Newhofli, Newton, Phillips, Porter, Price, Raymond. SEVENTH ROW: Ready, Robertson, Shaw, Sherer, Sides, Silver, Siniard, Smith, Smither- man, Smithson, Steinwinder, Strawbridge, Syltie. EIGHTH ROW: Taylor, Thomas, Thompson, Tuttle, Varner, Ward, Wallace, Wharton, Whitting, Whittle, Wilson, Wolpers. OFFICERS: President Brenda jordan, lst Vice President, Nell Cravlee, 2nd Vice President, Karen McQuillen, Secretary, Charlotte Callogly, Treas- urer, Donna Whittle. Ei 32 5 5 Mary Martha Kendrick, lst Vice OF F ICEBS: President, Nancy Tate, 2nd Vice President, Adair What- ley, Recording Secretary, Jeanie Powell, Corresponding Secretary, Patsy Underwood, Treasurer, Patsy Carner. TOP ROW: Bass, Belcher, Braswell, Bryan, Burt, Cagle, Carruthers, Cassels. Childree, Corbin. SECOND ROW: Culbert, Daniels, Dinwiddie, Dunn, M., Dunn, S., Esslinger, Faucett, Gant, Garner, Goatley. THIRD ROW: Griffin, Hays, Hollancl, Houck, Howell, Jones, Jordan, Knight, Kendrick, Lloyd. FOURTH ROW: Largue, Martin, McGilberry, McGough, Mclnnis, McLeod, -2 2 ALPHA DELT Pl Alpha Delta Pi was founded on May 15, 1851, at Wes- leyan College and is the oldest secret society for Women. Eta Chapter of ADPI Was the first colony of a national sorority on this campus and was the second to receive her charter. We of Eta feel We have made our diamond shine brightly this year. We have excelled in beauty with our sweetheart of Phi Sigma Kappa, COROLLA Beauty Finalist, first alter- nate Miss Bama Day, and Bama Belle. Scholastically, ADPiis can be found among the ranks of Alpha Lambda Delta, Pi Mu Epsilon, Chi Delta Phi, Beta Alpha Psi, Kappa Delta Epsilon, and Triangle. One of our sisters received the Phi Upsilon Omicron Award given to the most outstanding freshman in Home Economics. NVe also boast of Workers on the CRIMSON-TIDE and active members of AWS. McWhorter, Nooiin, Oaks, O'Neal. FIFTH ROW: Osborne, Powell, G., Powell, L., Pritchard, Pugh, Reynolds, Sawyer, C., Sawyer, S., Sherman, Simpson. SIXTH ROW: Sims, Stuart, Tate, Taylor, Tucker, Underwood, Waite, Weeks, Whatley, Zeanah. - , 'VV af, 5, -V f:s,,fVs., 3 1 V K ,-ww-V., fj7'riTra1'f:' W" "" 'rr' " ""' "W"--""-""-"" ' , ""- jVef"f'sS'VV,- ,VV ,. V pp ,V V. 'X AX st V Qffb, ----' :L IL X. -..A- -V , -V V I - ,-,jg-V X V ' X' T - V is Q . V at V V ,se V Vg X ,. .y V, -, :xxx ,, - - - - ', , p V ,V Q . - V 'S' ' 0 fir. .V , f V S PCI I in . 'R' - V V. ' V .- V , ' , . ,Q S' V u 1 rr 'V V V+ NVVSC' V tif, V Y if ' a X. VV VV, if. si. 1 - fi X ik-W x K p N S . ,V . 1 V 9 ? ,, V , XL ' X t ity i 2 . . , V 2 -V . -V V V 1 V V X V . ,sn .X ls .1 wa , 6 .V :V , ,. V VV ,SJXXEY i ilk -' , . if . f . X wf ' ., Et ' V' mi V V V ,p V V , , V : , - F59 iffk! -- ' VV .,, , ':iXf.a?a if- X :Vf "r 1 S N. VV z sv Q H , V U nj x X ' ,Q Y ri L N' XV. X T ' I ,-A f ' VV ' ' "- X , X: H , X - V X 53 . Lil- i H V - V S. . 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V V S R V Page 510 5 W IOP ROW: Bergman, Blake, Blinn, Chiz, Dorn. SECOND ROW: Hand- werger, Levy, Liebeskind, Renaud, Reznik. THIRD ROW: Robbins, Rosen- feld, Weill, Winter. ALPHA EPSILON PHI With the year beginning in September, the Alpha Ep- silon Phiis looked forward to the growth of their chapter through new leadership. The campus activities that the active Phi's participated in helped their pledge class adjust themselves to college and Creek life. The Alpha Epsilon Phi's this year were very proud of Ilene, who made the highest grades in the pledge class Q2.75j and who looks forward to initiation into Alpha Lambda Delta. Fran worked on the AWS Constitution Committee, and she and Ioan enjoyed another year in Tri- angle. Weive helped boost Bamais spirit by Shuryn's partici- pation on Spirit Governing Board. We AEPhi's have dem- onstrated our leadership, too. Wepre very proud of Rachel, who was selected for Sophomore Council and was also a member of the class council her freshman year! As the year draws to a close, the AEPhi,s are looking for- ward to another year full of activity, friendship, and sister- hood. Page OFFICERS: President, Fran Blake Vice Piesi dent, Iean Levy, Secretary, Babs Botnick Tieas urer, Marilyn Ruben. ff' X '- . 1 f as -1 N S. s ,V , XT: ' A . -. .s s A X B . I B if A ' ' ' -'. -s ' Q ' .. . F5 X, ' f f -A" Y ' ' 3 ' ' ' ,J t' "'55f4,f 'P + ,w'm 'Y'f,,. -fl.. 'Q L SX f s S-I A A if -5 . X A - f .i I . -- . ' . X ' - Q .. ' A . . ..- f 'N V . . Q' ' Xt ., f.. .wtf ' . -- ' 44-' ' ' .' X " i - -N .7 - - XE' S.. i f Q Q ' ' . - - mf f f ' Nil' 'T H.3f. X fl f i f -.. ,f V VV .V VX. VV V V . VV wgyx, . .V . V ,I V .,. .V . ,VV .. . .. I 5, ,g N. V., xt .XX. i J X is :X - ' Xi A T . . - - . . ' V 9' , m- . -S' X X - X f. M f is '- - ' X .- 'L-- J XE . .5 -' ...f -1 , ' . 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' X . - - f ' s- A X .. was -V 'X X. - 2- X ' ,ff X .. sy .. 1 5 Q . X X . QW- , ,- ,.. 1 .f , . r . X X . V Vf - -,az 1 ' x N , Q , X' . H' e N m' X 1 N X i . N ' N fl Si' X X ' X A A155 lx . X' -s . .X ' . -F015 1 . t'a:,gvm. ,W 5.A V X-say, . wr f- 1 ...wfa':f'Vr'f3- ' X' , . ,.. V "X: ' ' X X. X .. ' -PPX V A . f A. X . X X ff "" t i' i T l V ' ' X W F . f! ', .f V -sVVXf, 1, . . 4 5 .ng 1.2 - 'N Ag Q.. V ' Q ' ' . " , . 5' ' 1 - i '- s ' X. , ss- " ' is .' VM. X' ' -' "1 ' ' Y ' X V , .aa .. o 4 'X . , - : 5 V A, Xi 5 -. 1' , . , V uw' ,. - J Q C N . 1 . W f.....A, .2 X XP A X A35 ir Y Q ? - T A fi ' 'B ' X . . . at .'X i - -4. 1 .. . . . Q f. ... X .su A .. .. ff -A U . . ' as xl me - -. -., ' -A X., ,. - . s - ' X - .X l 'N 4 it 'L f Q. ' 1 ' X X.XX . - . W . ft wart X V W2 'Nl A X 'A 4 N' 'Y' X X. 4' x, ' ' f ' Ss' 'ki' . X 5 J A f n' TOP ROW: Armstrong, Arnold, Atkeison, Battle, Beasley, M., Beasley, S., Love, Lowery, MacLaurin, Martin, McClintock. SIXTH ROW: McDougle, Blondheim, Bradley, Brastield, Brown, J., Brown, M., Butler, Callen. SECOND ROW: Cartwright, Christian. Clarke, Cole, C., Cole, J., Cook, Cooper, Corte, Cox, Craig, Crawtord, Crommelin, Crook. THIRD ROW: Currie, Doster, Elmore. Emery, Faucett, Fenn, Fitts, Fleming, Fox, Frasier, Garrett, Grainger. FOURTH ROW: Gray, Grittin, R., Goodwin, Gritiin, L., Harmon, Henderson, Hicks, Higgins, Holley, Howard, Howell, Howze, Hudson, lvey. FIFTH ROW: Jackson, James, Jetiery, Jones, Jordan, King, Kirk, Little, LPH AMMA DELT What beauty!! What brains!! What honors!! Don't look now, but its those perfectly divine AGD's. Where are all 125 of them? Letis see . . . our sponsors are at drill, our Iudic members are cackling hysterically from somewhere up in the belfry, our AWS council mem- bers are going crazy, no telling what the Chi Delta Phi, Triangle, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, and Mor- tar Boarders are doing. Oh, my soul! Here come the trai-lic stoppers: Top CO- ROLLA Beauty, Homecoming Attendant, fraternity sweet- hearts, SEVENTEEN models, Sigma Chi Derby Darling, and Crimson Girls. Must skibble off now-remember Alpha Gams are great! OFFICERS: Pres., jean Zeigler, lst Vice Pres., Kay Goodwin, Znd Vice Pres., Suzanne Grainger, Cor. Sec., Mary Beasley, Rec. Sec., Sara james, Treas., Suzanne Grainger. McKemie. McLeod, McPoland, Mitchell, Molette, Mosteller, Myerscough, Myhand, C., Myhand, M., Nichols, K., Nichols, S. SEVENTH ROW: Nisbet, Jean, Nisbet, Judy, Pace, Patton, Pharo, Pippin, Potter, Pounds, Prater, Read, Riddle, Roberts. EIGHTH ROW: Schaetter, Schultz, Shivers, Smith, J., Smith, S., Solomon, Strickland, Strong, Stuart, H., Stuart, L., Tatum, Taylor. NINTH ROW: Underwood, Van Wagoner, K., Van Wagoner, L., Varner, Wear, Weygand, Whittield, Whitman, Whitten, Windham, Woodtin, Zeigler. Page 512 lvi?if. u- , f,f'f,. OFFICERS: President, Lilly Belle Howard, Vice Presi- dent, Vivian Green, Pledge Trainer, jean Goddard, Bush Chairman, Eleanor Clinton, Treasurer, Teddi Mackelden, Recording Secretary, Pat Kelly, Corresponding Secretary, Misty Barnett. TOP ROW: Alexander, Byrne, Castelliiio, Champlin, Davis, Galvin. SECOND ROW: Goddard, Green, Howard, Jenkins, Kelly, Koop. THIRD ALPHA Xl DELTA The theme for Alpha Xi Delta this year has been moving. Not only up, but around. Besides traveling from Houston, Texas, for National Convention to Jacksonville, Florida, for Province Convention, We have moved in a circle of activi- ties at the University. You can find a Quill or an Ellipse on AWS committees, in University Players, in the Million Dollar Band, in Pan- hellenic offices, in Triangle, and in Alpha Psi Omega, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Chi Theta, and Mu Phi Epsilon. We were seen moving and grooving at our Pledge For- mal, Homecoming, and, of course, Amelia Gayle Corgas. Our new housemother, Mrs. Curry, can testify to our mov- ing when she is awakened at three in the morning by the patter of big feet above her. Stick around and Watch us move. ROW: Maclcelden, Maiors, Mehler, Murphy, Neal, Owens, Seidel. FOURTH ROW: Siabile, Sulriennilt, Teal, Vines, Voge, Williams, Wimberly. .iire a l if' bfi' was , X is i i'lr V E A i . 'A I, pipi'r 5 ' , :Eaf qplu , gp- A, , fr ' r ff' tif N,w??.i?5?a1 K in K g X .ily ' f , Page 513 . 6.5. AV .A V V A A L r- .,,,,, . " 5 ss .V,, ss - , . x V , Qs. , ws V V 2 ,Z .... , V VV 5 xg., X' ' "-- Ai XA As-X, ...Q . . M xi A i ,f A .-1 fi , . SQ . Q AA -sw 'fi f , 'Aly Z is Af . 3- .. 'SA X V.,,VVn.VV , V .,,pg5, , ,B V,,xu . P V,,.V if .V , , ii VV ,QQV,VV,gV9W, ,., , y , 1 ,gp , A A A Q AA AA 1 X . . -A A' . , s't iAi"s S 'sam y QQ-P Ae A -sgivs - - ' Vp VFV V V Vs,fg .,.,, WSI fe'6eZ ,xaeafs X X'ftt , J ' greg 'af f 1. A "" A , 'XX -A A 4 . 9 - ' , f. N QA 2' . ... X Q Q . , it .L Ni: . .-LL Vt VV . 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THIRD ROW: Harris, Harwell, Haskins, Haynie, Heermans, Here- tord, Hoole, Hornady, Jefferson, Jordan, D., Jordan, M., Kilgore. FOURTH ROW: Kimberly, Klyce, Lindstrom, Mathews, May, McBurney, Merrill, CHI O EC Another year and the Chi Omega owl continues to sing the praises of the oldest sorority in the South-and no wonder. The year started oif with a tremendously successful rush, exciting football Weekends, and Homecoming, when our "Chi O Spirit" Won Hrst prize for the pledges in Famous Persons. We also captured Various honors such as two Ala- bama junior Misses, Alabama Maid of Cotton, Air Force and Army Sponsors, fraternity Sweethearts, a Crimson Girl, and members in Mortar Board and Triangle. In between all of this activity, Chi Omegas were seen at Old South, Undertakers Ball, Phi Luau, rush parties, and at the best pledge formal ever-Chi Omega's. But all these activities are not unusual for the Chi Omegas. So drop by to see us at the SHOWBOAT. Page 514 Miller, Minor, Moalc, Muller, Murphy. FIFTH ROW: Myers, Nader, Owen, Pace, K., Pace, M., Parsons, Phillips, Pierce, Pittman, Place, Ponder. SIXTH ROW: Pow, Powell. Powers, Pratt, Roberts, Robinson, Rush, Sheller, Segrest, Seifert, Smith. SEVENTH ROW: Stone, Strait, Stringtellow, Taylor, Tylander, Ward, Watson, Worsham, G., Worsham, L., Yates, Yonlcer. OFFICERS: President, Chay Murphy, Vice President, Cay McVVilliams, Secretary, Iulia Eng- 1 rr' WW .,...,.. M .,.,., as ,N.. ,WK ,.,, . K .,,,,.,,...,, .. .. K K K ,4Aw r KK K I S. . , , f 1- I A if , K ....,-M pgs 1 KK KMK d ,7 - NK ,KK KKK KW... 'ie ,, ,T..K KK K in EQKKKJ. K S,-si K K K 2.5. ,gy K ,.4K,., K4 . KK, KKKK.,g -5 . I I S' , Q . . Y I I . K - X A I ' x.,. Q , , ' .M ' ' N' , , - V S ' v Y 'I wflifi ' f . ,.,,, , . , ..V. . . ,, ' ..,. ' ' - R 1: aff r .. 'f ,. 2, ., N X .. f X. 24 " f A. , Kr - 'i f 11, g 2-ff 1 , . N - I "" ,f I . "fx ' Wax, Q. 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Ni A ..- ..., ...., , 1.2. , -. at .K f 1. . .. I 1 .f I . I TOP ROW: Abernathy, Adams, Aldridge, Alexander, Apel, Armstrong, Arnold, Rabin, Ball, Baston, Beck. SECOND ROW: Blackmarr, Booream, Burt, Catfey, Cannon, Carter, Cobb, Coker, Crume, Davies, Daughin. THIRD ROW: Dunaway, Earl, Eckhardt, Eddins, Engwall, Farr, Feagin, Garner, Gauntt, Hager, Hall. FOURTH ROW: Hamilton, Hazzard, Head, Hill, Hinkle, Hitt, Hooker, Hopper, Jackson, M., Jackson, P., Johnson. FIFTH ROW: Jones, Kemp, Kennedy, Kuppersmith, Kuster, Lamberth, DELT DELTA DELTA A round of activities stirred the girls in the Round House this year, and the girls stirred some activities themselves! Fraternity svveethearts, COROLLA favorites, Mortar Boards, and Phi Beta Kappais, as Well as Whois Who, and AWS committee chairmanships-all honors that came to Tri Delta's this year. It's been a busy year, but a good year. And one of the high lights was when the Tri Deltais decked the Round House in its Homecoming best and cap- tured Iirst place in lawn decorations division of the Home- coming competition. C'We might have missed Pete Fountain, but our house looked goodlj What a year! But the girls who live in that "brick beer can" brought honor to their house as well as to the Uni- versity. Lavender, McCaleb, McCrory, Miller, Moeling. SIXTH ROW: Moore, L. J., Moore, 'L., Morrison, K., Morrison, L., Murtee, Nearen, Nelson, Ostner, Parkhurst, Pearce, Plunkett, Rawls. SEVENTH ROW: Reiser, Saywell, Sandidge, Seymour, Sherer, Shook, Skipper, Sparks, Starnes, Stewart, Taylor, Thomas. EIGHTH ROW: Thweatt, Troutman, Ventress, Walker, Williams, Willitord, Wilson, P., Wilson, R., Woodham, Woodley, Wooclrutt, Wright. OFFICERS: President, Iudy Starnes, Vice President, Pam Eddins, Secretary, Sarajane Garner, Treasurer, Elaine Dauphin, Pledge Trainer, Carolyn Farr. Page 515 OFFICERS: President, Carol Sloan, lst Vice President, Iohanno Coats, 2nd Vice President, Martha Edd Snider, Recording Secretary, Mary Beth Wear, Corresponding Sec- retary, Ann Shiley, Treasurer, Karen Paul. TOP ROW: Abbott, Anger, Bailey, Baldwin, Baughman, Bonner, Brice, B., Brice, L., Brown, Burton. SECOND ROW: Bush, Caldwell, Coats, Cook, Cooper, Cox, Dahlene, Davis, D., Davis, J., Ellison. THIRD ROW: Fletcher, Gerald, Gortney, D., Gortney, R., Grant, Grittin, Harris, Havard, Hays, Hicks. FOURTH ROW: Iverson , Jennings, Leavel, Liveakos, Luker, Lynch, is f. R DELT C MM Oh, what fun it is to get pinned and be tied to the an- chor and hosed down-especially in january! But We don't complain because all of us are tied to our anchor, even if We're not pinned. Delta Gamma began its cruise at the University of Ala- bama nineteen years ago, and We soon had the first "neWi' house on campus. Since then our chapter has grown by leaps and bounds, and this spring We will have a thirty foot addition to our house. Along the Way our anchor has been especially faithful. We have the president of Beta Beta Beta, treasurer of Pi Mu Epsilon, president and vice president of ACM, vice president and secretary of Mortar Board, a staff Writer on the CW, secretary-treasurer of the school of education, and members in Who's Who and the judiciary Council. We practically rule the AWS Activities Committee, and of course We have many on all the AWS class councils, in Alpha Lambda Delta, Triangle, Phi Chi Theta, and other AWS committees. All this plus our beauty and brains. Lyons, Mayfield, McGinty, Mills. FIFTH ROW: Nash, Nelson, Parker, Paul, Payne, Pickett, Reed, Sealy, Shannon, Sherer. SIXTH ROW: Shiley, Shotts, Skipper, Sloan, Snider, Spree, Steigerwald, Stevenson, Stiles, Thomas, E. 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You didn't have to look very far to End our talented girls. They were Scat- tered throughout many honoraries including: Kappa Delta Pi, Triangle, and Pi Mu Epsilon. We were Well repre- sented in AWS activities: our girls were on the Freshman, Sophomore, and Senior Councils, House of Representatives, Womanis Needs Committee, and the AWS Cultural Com- mittee. Some of our other sisters were outstanding as Presi- dent of the Hillel Foundation, Academics Editor of the COROLLA, Homecoming Publicity representative, and Swan Club member. We will never forget our great athletic ability, demon- strated by Elaine and Barbara, who won the Badminton Intramural Trophy. You could End our girls represented in every beauty con- test. Even With all our brains, We had beauty to go along. We had a pledge class consisting of thirteen Wonderful girls Who, We know, Will follow in the steps of their sisters and make DPhiE stand out among the best. ROW: Miller, J., Nelson, Ranclman, Rosen, Schwartz, E., Schwartz, L., Sills FIFTH ROW: Steigel, Stein, Susman, Toporelc, Walls, Wilder, Zell. OF F ICERS: President, Naomi Crishman, lst Vice President, Ianice Isenberg, 2nd Vice Presi- dent, Esther Hasson, Secretary, Nancy Sills, Treas- urer, Barbara Bresler, Historian 81 Parliamentarian, Beth Miller, Member at Large, Teri Cooper. 251 TOP ROW: Acltis, Anthony, Argo, Barnes, Blacltwell, Bralte, Brown, Cal- houn, B., Calhoun, J., Campbell, Caslleberry. SECOND ROW: Chambers, Childs, Clarlc, Coates, Collins, Counts, Dahllce, Darden, Davis, Dillon, Dodson. THIRD ROW: Ellis, Farrell, Ferguson, Fincher, Foxx, Gates, B., Gates, P., George, Gordon, Gugliotta, Guin. FOURTH ROW: Hagan, Hamilton, Hamner, Haver, Jensen, Johnson, C., Johnson, L., Jones, Lacey, Leavell, I . ,,., - I -M . , N N - tk -wah, ., f- , r It kiss. 's r :' I vt, ijpi Xm at t 3 we , ,X t t ' X w fs Q X? 0? A , SNQ A X t 5 , s X S y t Q ,, Sf A W sas 9 N 6 'aa i . . I ' ' A as ' Y gs wr sr H Xe A 33, I 3 Www X vs XQAQ M f f ws? , 40 X s , . A M f Y e., t 'f ,v- mag? ' s 2- TN' 1 fe . ., , , ,,,, , I 5 H 1 7, -1 f' J Wi 301 if li , . '92 ,V , ., N Q .. M ' T. s- ,-,. . -l" ' X pe ak ' ' F Hs ef? i ' W ., . -2 ' 3 l Ex I lt X er ,ag g T. ,--, gn., A VV E.. A x XT- l ,IV MN rsfz. X 2 -'-' 4, ix XX , x., K x a W. X 1 . Br., ,Q ' , vs' ., 6 XS ws . j 5 , is s as wg, Tilt 1 DELTA ZET Continuing our policy of non-violence, Delta Zeta has come through another successful year of demonstrating for the cause-sorority excellence. Our members have marched through vvomen's honoraries ranging from Alpha Beta Alpha fwhere we have secured the presidencyj to Pi Mu Epsilon Calso the presidencyj and on to Alpha Lambda Delta Qwhere we have two oflicersj. Top priority members grabbed Mortar Board, Phi Beta Kappa, and VVho's Who. Our Crimson Cirl and COROLLA Beauty have been excel- lent for the cause, and one of us has even infiltrated the male World of Commerce-becoming the Schoolis sweet- heart. After a successful seige of AWS Cmembers of Board of Directors, Big judic, and all four class councilsl, the group settled down to Watching its youth fpledgesj steal the Auburn Etligy for the third straight year. OFFICERS: Pres., Judy Barnes, lst Vice Pres., Sandra Reeves, 2nd Vice Pres., Iudy Einstein, Cor. Sec., Vicki Cordon, Rec. Sec., Ioan Fiorella, Treas., Carolyn Johnson. Logsdon. FIFTH ROW: Lewis, Lowe, Mate, McCalla, McKinney, Milsteacl, Mosley, Neal, Northrop, O'Brien, Olson. SIXTH ROW: Padgett, Payne, Pollard, E., Pollard, L., Raitord, Rae, Reeves, Roberts, Robinette, Toe. SEVENTH ROW: Shaliier, Smith, P., Smith, S., Spain, Spencer, Stacy, Stowe, Stuclcey, Underwood, Wilson. Hsieh. , . .,,. gn , . . .. -R .11 5: F K ii 'A ,L A ,L ' -X I 'L' .. H-,M ix . T-, . 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SIXTH ROW: Britton, Brooks, Brown, Chapman, Christian, Clark. SECOND ROW: Click, Cochrane, Coley, Coleman, A., Coleman, L., Cox, Crabtree, Crook, Cul- pepper, Cullen, Dee, Deeler, Dollar, Ehlert. THIRD ROW: Elgin, Ennis, Eskridge, Etheridge, Evans, Falt, Ferguson, Fi'I1, Foster, Goodwyn, Gregory, Hamlett. FOURTH ROW: Hasty, Hedrick, Hitzman, Hough, Hubbuch, Jensen, Johnson, Jones, Kimbrough, Kirczow, Kitchens, Kelley, Kyser. FIFTH ROW: Lackey, Lauderdale, Lawrence, Leatherbury, Lee, A., Lee, B., Lewis, K PP DELT y Home to Hrst circle, we've been gone too long. With our lovely new housemother we can't go wrong. Excitement and honors awaited us here, Welcoming us for our Hrst whole year. Our beautiful new ubarni' withstood its dedications, While prominent names delivered felicitations. A sparkling new pledge class brightened our days, And Dr. Langis wisdom guided our strays. Favorites, sweethearts-such honors hold we, COROLLA beauty, leaders, sponsors of RCTC. Crimson Girls, Triangle, Homecoming Queen, In all campus life we make the scene. Phi Beta Kappa, Who's Who, and much more, These barely got us by with a passing score. Compared to the poets, we know we don't rate, But we're too busy out looking for dates. Meagher, Meredith, Miller, Montgomery, Morton, Norvell, O'Brien, Pennel, Pigtord, Pipes, Poyntz, Price, Pritchett, Katie. SEVENTH ROW: Pritchett, K. N., Rainer, Randall, Rice, J., Rice, S., Robertson, Robinson, Ruston, Sevier, Smith, D., Smith, P., Spight, Stewart. EIGHTH ROW: Tipton, Vogtle, Wallace, Vlfebb, A., Webb, M., Webber, O., Webber, W., Whatley, Whitfield, White, Willis, J., Willis, S., Wilson. OF F ICERS: President, Mike Ashurst, Vice President, Ioanie Pigford, Secretary, Clara Cox, Treasurer, Ann Cole- man, Sergeant at Arms, Brantley Cochrane, Rush Captain, Mary Drew jones. Page 519 OFFICERS: President, Elizabeth Casey, Vice Presi- dents, Mimi Smith and Lynn Meighan, Secretaries, Kay Luckie and josita Mitchell, Treasurer, Joanne Kyser. TOP ROW: Abele, Athey, Balch, Bellenger, Benton, Bomar, Bostwiclc, Brantley, J., Brantley, L., Buerger, Bunting, Burnett, Burns. SECOND ROW: Callaham, Carlisle, Carver, Casey, Clarlc, Coolc, Crow, D., Crow, M., Diclcson, Dodson, DuPre, Elmore, Elliott, Engelhardt. THIRD ROW: Fayard, Fisher, Fonde, Forehand, Francis, Fritz, Gaines, Garrett, Gratten, Greer, Grittin, Grimes, E. FOURTH ROW: Grimes, V., Hacker, Halsell, Hardy, Hatch, Herrod, Hillard, Holaday, Hughes, Jettery, Johnston, Jones, E., Jones, J. FIFTH ROW: Jordan, Karpinslci, Kearns, Kelley, Kimhrell, Kyser, s . fl , ,i ,- ,Miz f ' S , , s X Q-I if I' , -P -. - ,5 N , 15' . ,, 3 N .IE ,V il 'ag 1 ., , , 4 , ,ash f - M i" ' N 1 'R 2 4 ' Q r 5 is . y ' 4... , J--rar ' 4, , -1,1 f . wi 1 S ' . na., A f - . . , ,. I Q, - A -is-.rg , f Bl f , , ,,,, , ..., -Q f ,- ,,,ff5,f.J, K' .. ' ' tl I g""' g , . , 'Lf 315 .1 l ' 1 A: - ' , 7 K - N - VN I - - ."' 1 - ' K ,f 9 . Q r . ,MGM N I f .Q ,, . ' I .. ,. Q55 X. ,Z X gr, Q N f W W -rail: -,-, ' T ., s .. I .5 E 1 i f . 5 9 N ll A 'Xi my , - s -H! i XX fi , , ,,, - S 9 , H., , ,,,, Ji , s Q as K x . g :I -5 X K PP K PPAC MMA We arrived for Rush this fall to find that we no longer had to sutter from Tuscaloosais heat. Although it was hard for us to tear ourselves away from our cool domain, we decided to brave the heat and participate in campus activi- ties. Kappa is represented in all phases of University life. Ac- tivities include Mortar Board, State Historian of Home Economics, council members, honoraries, AWS, COROLLA beauties, ROTC sponsors, and a cheerleader. Apart from the academic world, Kappas have been known to do a "little" socializing. We won the Sigma Chi Derby for the third straight year, proudly retiring the Cup for the iirst time in Alabama history. We also laid claim this year to the Fiji Flapper and Chi Phi Dream Girl. Now for a final serious note: BATMAN has replaced Wednesday night socials. Ladd, Lamar, Lane, Latimer, Lewis, Long, Lott, E. SIXTH ROW: Lott, J., Luclrie, Martin, C., Martin, M., McLean, McNeil, Meighan, L., Meighan, M., Miller, Mitchell, Morrison, M., Morrow. SEVENTH ROW: Murray, Norwood, Oswalt. Paddoclc, Patterson, Pearce, Peclc, Phillips, Price, Province, Rauschenloaclr, Richardson. EIGHTH ROW: Ricltett, Robertson, Rogers. Russell, Sailr, Seacat, Selt, C., Self, H., Shannon, Sides, Smith, Snead. NINTH ROW: Sneed, Statf, Stolces, Thames, Vooltles, Waugh, B., Waugh, J., Willaanlcs, Wilson, Winstead, Wood, Yarbrough. -4. it . i QT. , a s , , .. I - 'R 6 Q, ' 45 if N I A I l R .. ua 4 2- Q as- X - 4 T a- z- - 1 . . , , .,,.,s-fs X 3, Lg - . C -A wx P. i . . V 'JM .lx q K Q , X .. , . 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PHI lVI just as T-I-D-E spells the Number One team in the na- tion, so does P-H-I M-U spell the Number One sorority on the campus. P is for poise and beauty of which the Phi Muis have an over-abundance. H is for honors. We have members of Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Board, VVho,s Who, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Sigma Delta Pi, and Chi Delta Phi. I is for initiative. To list a few activities: President and 2nd Vice President of AWS, President of YWCA, an SCA rep, Vice Presidents of Education and Home Economics, and Office Manager ofthe COROLLA. M is for more and more of the best of everything on campus. U, the most important letter of all, represents unity in a true sisterhood. TOP ROW: Adams, L., Adams, M., Alcridge, Alexander, Allen, Andrews, Argiro, Atlcinson, Balmer, Banlcston, Barnes, Barnett. SECOND ROW: Bear- den, Bellew, Birchtield, C., Birchtield, N., Braswell, Broclc, Cain, Caldwell, J., Caldwell, M., Case, Culver, Davenport. THIRD ROW: Davis, Doster, Edson, Fair, Ferguson, Ferlisi, Flewellen, Gaitten, Gamble, Grambling, Green, Grittin. FOURTH ROW: Gaislip, Hallberg, Hamilton, Hamn, Hanlcins, Hanson, Harrison, Hiclrs, Holmstoclc, Horn, Houston, Hultquist. FIFTH ROW: Kelley, King, Koeppel, Lacy, Martin, C., Martin, G., Mason, vr,,qq?1p..X,. ,.,. X., , I ,vWK,W..,M,N , , . .,.. ,. ,... . ' ff an Hn x lip x L gy, . M XM, Ao, -. in 5. si 4: ' ri-V15 V' . V , ' ,Q " .- - V . :S V V t-SV rss ' '- - ,s V of V , ,X Vs ' - . ' X ' t ' vt- 1 2 ' U . if ' 3 '5 y . ily. r , , 1 I, gs. i , .Vt . www .. .... Q57 ' ' ' " 1 V X. V -S 'V V V, V , - - is-V, ,X V -N . V' 5, V - A V. V ,K N, .ew 4 A , . .V - ,X - at --" ' V ' V, R- . 2' -at st -, , ' F wax . 4, ' . .J - 4' N xc , ' V ji is I ev ,, V S , fe- s x ,wi 4 - ,VSWAS . -Vw N -fl-v if - V , 'V ' ,VX V . -+ t Q, "0 ' . 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SECOND ROW: Cleverdon, J., Cleverdon, N., Cleverdon, S., Clowdus, Coats, Colcer, J., Colcer, S., Coon, Couch, Dodd, Engle, Fallcenburg. THIRD ROW: Fargason, Ford, Gann, Garrett, Gaut, Glasgow, Graves, Green, Grentner, Grifiis, Hartselle, Herbert. FOURTH ROW: Hilbert, Hodnett, Holmes, M., Holmes, V., Holt, ' flifsf' A 1 F F , s., 7. . X . A N N K 1 f if as f?f' s af -7 ig '25 . , K h . K V xi ' I ' ,Q I . in 5 I, W S x xx ,if X X X Q, ls 5 snail 4 g 1 gf K 1 JW' 2 f. A 1 in-4 .,, 53 PI BETA PHI What? The Pi Phi's have a new house? Why, they've been building that thing for tive years now! We were gone from campus in body, but not in spirit. Daily we trudged back and forth to AWS committees, Spirit, Triangle, and Cotillion Club meetings. The girls must have shaped up while walking because we were Circle K Sweetheart, head Crimson Girl, alter- nates sweethearts, one COROLLA beauty and two favor- ites. All this and brains, tool We have members in Mortar Board, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, and other school honoraries. Enough bragging! To conclude, an appropriate verse by a relatively un- known poet: They thought that they would never see A new house where our old one used to be. Folks laughed when we said weid build a home. But we proved them wrong-this ends our poem. Huguley, Keister, Kidd, Lamborne, Lanier, Lee, Lord. FIFTH ROW: Lyons, Marks, Marshall, Mason, McGraw, McGough, McKie, McPhaul, McPherson, Meagher, Menlce, Meyer. SIXTH ROW: Monti, Moyer, Nason, Nichols, Peebles, Price, Rector, Robinson, Rogers, Sargent, Shell, Shepard. SEVENTH ROW: Slcinner, Slaclc, South, Starnes, Strickland, Studstill, Tate, Taylor, Thomas, Vanlandingham, Ward, Whiit, Wilson. - --i fs , Q., ' 1 . ' s ' -' ' f. . l' Q K4 , "' ,fd I f Xi 5 Iii I s eg ae I S F...-s J -, . , i ,, , , 1 2 ' - ' , , .- Q F sjjgas F -g. FF 'xp-l ---- - , N, .A N., A .. ' ..,,, 'F it.. 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SPIRIT is jane Silverman, Spirit Governing Board, Lynne Epsman and Lynn Robinson, Crimson Girls, Ellen Hyman, Bama Belle, Susan Sack, Theta Xi Sweetheart, Marcia Cooper, MAHOUT Girl of the Month, Lynne Eps- man, Army ROTC Sponsor and COROLLA Favorite. DILICENCE IS Esta Meyers, secretary of AWS and Whois W'ho in American Colleges and Universities, Marcia Cooper, Alpha Lambda Delta, Risa Kaufman, News Editor of the C-W, Ioan Flowers, treasurer of Freshman Council, and Co-Layout Editor of the COROLLA, Suzye Reuben, Lynne Epsman, and Beth Steinberg, Triangle members, "Weinjugs", business manager of the MAHOUT, Claudia Lewis, U of A Dance Company, University Theatre, and character in Captain links, and the many girls on AWS and SCA committees. TOCETHERNESS is being back on sorority row with our old friends. SPIRIT, DILIGENCE, and TOGETHERNESSISDT ROW: Lewis, Lewiiz, Meyers, Moslcoviiz, Nelson, Ovson. FIFTH ROW Reuben, Sack, Silver, Silverman, Sims, Steinberg, Weinstein. OFFICERS: President, Devan Nelson, Ist Vice President, Susan Flowers, 2nd Vice President, Lynn Weinstein, Recording Secretary, Betty Cope- land, Corresponding Secretary, Freddi Bornstein, Treasurer, Esta Meyers, Rush Chairman, Bobbi Silver. .. Tiimeni TOP ROW: Alexander, E., Alexander, W., Anderson, Ansley, Barnidge, Beason, Bedford, Bellamy, Bethea, Bishop, Joan, Bishop, Judy, Bohne, Bonnecarrere. SECOND ROW: Boyce, Bracey, Brooks, B., Brooks, L., Brown, Burr, Campbell, Cannon, A., Cannon, K., Christian, Civils, Collins, Coreyale. THIRD ROW: Cottingham, Crews, Cruikshank, Davis, Daughtry, Denholm, Dent, Dobbs, Durham, Dwyer, Fitzpatrick, Flanagan, Ford. FOURTH ROW: Fowler, Glenn, Gorman, Gray, G-rzymkowski, Gunter, L., Gunter, S., Gwin, Hall, Hahn, Hammock, Hanby, Hance. FOURTH ROW: Haney, Hayes, .S .., S ZET AU ALPH Since we were founded nationally in 1898, Zeta Tau Alpha has grown in number and success, and Was estab- lished on the Alabama campus in 1910. This exciting year, filled with honors, began with pledg- ing quota of fifty-four outstanding girls. Among our mem- bers' many honors are: four in Mortar Board, including the President and Treasurer, three in Phi Beta Kappa, Eve in Alpha Lambda Delta, Transfer Representative, Treasurer, and Secretary of AWS, the Universityis most outstanding Freshman and Junior, four in Whois Who, thirteen in Tri- angle, Theta Chi Dream Cirl, Air Force ROTC Sponsor, and two COROLLA Favorites. OFFICERS: Pres., Mary Jo Jernigan, lst Vice Pres., Janice Crews, 2nd Vice Pres., Joan Bishop, Rec. Sec., Jane Srnitherrnan, Cor. Sec., Betty Hayes, Treas., Maybec Johnson. Herring, Higgins, Hinshaw, Hobbs, Holston, Houck, Jetfcoat, Jernigan, K., Jernigan, M. J., Johnsey, Johnson, J. FIFTH ROW: Johnson, M., Jones, Kampmeier, Ledue, Legum, Levy, Liddle, Lloyd, Loerch, Lottin, Massie, Mc- McNabb, Meeks, Middleton, Richards, Ringer, Rutledge, Smitherman, Sullivan, Taber, Wilson, White. Conaghy, McFadden. 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Eg li Page 524 xi' Q ,f it .R 'Q' r 4 kgs ? g X lf Al n A +4 QW? FRATER ITIE Page 526 TOP ROW: Blackman, Blake, Clarke, Davis, Dryden, Etheridge. SECOND ROW: Forrester, Harris, Hunt, lvey, Jones, Jowers. THIRD ROW: Kupinse, ACAC A "I arn an Acacian. I hold a trust for all good Acacians- those who were Acacians before me, those who are Acacians now, and those who Will become Acacians in the future. In the Acacia spirit, I charge myself with responsibilities, to better my fraternity's recordfi These Words from the Acacia Credo give a small hint of the spirit which binds Acacia men together as they strive toward their goal. Acaciais aims are not unlike other frater- nities, they propose to give members that intimate, benef- icent fellowship With good men that is so necessary to their full development and to supplement their cultural and professional education with training in those qualifica- tions for citizenship and leadership which are not definitely or directly part of the University function. At present, Acaciais twenty-eight members are striving together for another goal-official chartering and activation as a full chapter. Even as a colony, Acacia has become quite well-known through its good deeds and through its participation in campus-Wide activities such as Homecom- ing, Greek Week, and intramural sports. Acacia is one of the best, it offers a heritage of principles so that members may enjoy a fine fraternal opportunity. We are Acacians, and We are proud of it. Lelvloncl, McAdams, McKinney, Merritt, Moore, Payne. FOURTH ROW Pointer, Purcles, Richards, Sherer, Thompson, Trainham, Willarcl. OFFICERS: President, Kendall Clarke, lst Vice President, Al VVillard, 2nd Vice President, Steve Richards, Secretary, Clyde Sherer, Treasurer, John McAdams. i TOP ROW: Balmer, Berger, Blumenfeld, Colton, Corenblum, Feldman. SECOND ROW: Foran, Fried, Geverfz, Ginsberg, Heller, lsacoff. THIRD ALPHA EP ILO Pl 1965-66 has been a rebuilding year for AEPi. We have continued to improve our house and have improved our living quarters with all new furniture. Our social activities have climbed to new heights while scholarship has been greatly emphasized. Sports have not been neglected, with AEPi teams light- ing gamely in all intramural events. We have further tried to stress fraternity sportsmanship by awarding a trophy to the most sportsman-like fraternity. Rebuilding will never stop, though, since AEPi will al- ways look for new ways to improve itself, the fraternity system, and all university students. OFFICERS: President, Steven R. Berger, Vice President Stuart Corenblumg Treasurer, Sheldon Levine, Secretary Robert Wechsler, Member at Large, Hank Zangwill. 7 3 ROW: Kassaclr, Leeds, Lepolslat, Rosemore, Schwartz, Weiland, Zangwill. -Wim li' 1 Yi?" Page 528 vamp in , , ,, A is , wr S if? . K Xlfis. xx ,:z.1 , 11412zM'g:r55's,, r 1141+ "N f 'Y 'Yi :rs -lrftjdfig Q 393152. -:1:a'a1f1:1. L X-- -it 'fiiirzr-ri ang: f VF . 12212122151 fwfr-S113 fn ,. 1 '46 TOP ROW: Conwell, Dee, Hall, Jester, Johnson, Jones. SECOND ROW: Rodgers, Spring, Thomas, Traylor, Turner, Watson. McClellan, Merrell, Miller, Moudry, Pearce, Richardson. THIRD ROW: There's a new look at Alpha Sigma Phi, and vveive been active in all phases of campus life this year. Of the many social functions, several were outstanding in that there were repercussions all the way from Tenth Avenue to the Dean of Women's ofHce. But parties aren't all We have to offer. Thereis a little studying going on at the house, too. Members of the chapter represent us in Phi Eta Sigma, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Epsilon Delta and Pi Mu Epsilon. We aren't ones to be supercilious, however. Some of us do have shortcomings, and We try to learn something from leaders in academic and professional Helds through our Alpha Sig Lecture Series. Alabama's Alpha Iota chapter has produced some real leadership, and Lt. Governor james Allan and Lister Hills executive secretary, Donald Cronin are brothers of ours. Wfe are continuing in this tradition of leadership with a justice on the Student Court, a member of the IFC judiciary, and the secretary of Gamma Sigma Epsilon. Page 529 ALPHA sicivr PHI ...iiiiitrii r.?33ii?t2S.iii21i, Treasurer, John Finkbiner. ,, at ,df 3 X ,V Mi-if I , . , ,., ,,...,, . , . i. jf X n M a 'wb' fi-ms. -ZZZ7'-zfeaa it - N N,-W, f ww, A rf nf .,,, - 1 'XXX ! , ' ',.ZLw.,lQ1"f'3i.w ,gi ,Q ' i -. f ' ' ff' Pf X . 1 new . if QQ trial? 1 wg Q tm A , . ,. ,K ,,,,, .,,,, -ar,-,fn-,,,f, .., . . 55? f E, QW' "3 w 1' A as I - . V 'ff .,,.:.4 :zf,.-+'fM,g1f.yfE inp- , 4.4-fry' H :,f" ij: , J? :"Eg 1 .'f:, f . ' : - f ' 1 'll ll 4 . ,wrw .i , 1' " -1 .i r ...:,'f9'--. ' e-r' 'TM 2. ' . i-9525327-',':..HFfi .f . 9'-Fgffi 1 A A , LU. 'j I L.. 3:45515 fp I ...Q ' 5, , if f l M zaf53l.,4,,'4 up - ,,,,,.,'1 A ,na , ge - vm .. M 1111,-,gt.:-g,e'W,f ' Y p ,, . y .fi 'f -u..g - -'52 ' ,mo X . . 1 Mggfig .,-if."Lr'?4f'- A W... -lima, ' qw: f., V W-. x OFFICERS: President, Rusty Stewart, Vice President, Iohn Hanley, Secretary, Doug Lindley, Treasurer, Carl Albright. TOP ROW: Acee, Acutf, Albright, Albritton, Allison, Armstrong, Ashurst, Badham, Bains, SECOND ROW: Baldwin, Bathelor, Beale, Belcher, Boyd, Braswell, Broadway, Carraway, Cosby. THIRD ROW: Davidson, Davis, J., Davis, T., Donald, Dubina, Eubanlcs, Garrett, Goodwin, Hagood. FOURTH ROW: Handley, Hanley, Hard, Hargrove, Harrison, Hawthorne, Holliday, ALPHA TAU O ECA After one hundred years of existence, Alpha Tau Omega can be proud of Beta Delta Chapter at the University of Alabama. For eighty years ATO has remained at the head of the campus Greek world. VVe look forward to the summer and fall months with great enthusiasm, for it is then that we will see the fruits of our labors and dreams-the new house. The new home of ATO is another milestone in our road of success. Again we excelled in the social arena. No ATO will ever forget the Suppressed Desire Party and the Winter Formal. These affairs, along with the parties of the football season are just another demonstration of the energies of the fun- loving Taus. Politically, we claimed two senators and three members of the House of Representatives, as well as a CRIMSON- WHITE editor. These and other student government par- ticipants give our chapter a voice of leadership. As we, the men of ATO, strive for the betterment of our- selves and our fraternity, we live up to the old words: "if you canit go first class, just don't go at all." Horner, Hudson. FIFTH ROW: Ingalls, Jordan, Manning, Marty, Mattison, McClain, McLauchIin, Meriwether, Monroe, Moore. SIXTH ROW: Morton, Mountain, Owen, Partin, Philpott, Ramsey, Samford, Sandlin, Screws, Sheehan. SEVENTH ROW: Snellgrove, Starnes, Stewart, Sullivan, Thettord, Walburn, Watson, Webb, M., Webb, H., Worluncl. Q , is an Q X wwx nina TOP ROW: Armstrong, Adams, Baeder, Bloomberg, Bostwiclc, Brooks, Burlceit, Calalsre, Calhoun. SECOND ROW: Carson, Chesser, Crews, Cusimano, Davis, Durden, Ehinger, Fos'l'er, Grenyo. THIRD ROW: Grigslay, Haney, Herring, Hobson, Hodges, Hopper, Llulhnance, Jandebeur, Jar- BET THET PI Every day at Delta Theta of Beta Theta Pi We are plan- ning for and looking forward to the future. Our past is short-just four years-but our future is long and prom- ising. Our General Fraternity was founded in 1839 by eight stout-hearted undergraduates at Miami University, Ohio. One hundred twenty-six years have seen over seventy-five thousand Betas bear the badge of john Reilly Knox and of his ever-honored memory. At Delta Theta we are proud of the past four years. Group and individual honors include the IFC Presidency, the All Sports Trophy, the Elections Chairman, the Out- standing IFC Man of the Year, the Student Court Prose- cutor, and various others. At Delta Theta we have begun. We shall continue. man. FOURTH ROW: Kelly, Kroelinger, Laughridge, Magill, Moebes Moody, Morse, Parsons, Phillips, D. FIFTH ROW: Phillips, T., Rainey, K. Rainey, M., Riley, RoIJine'l"l, Rolf, Rollings, Sanders. SIXTH ROW: Single ton, Southard, Swearingen, Thompson, Tyer, Weems, White, Williams. OFFICERS: President, George Crews, Ir., Vice Presi- dent, Tom F Oster, Secretary, Tommy Carson, Treasurer, Wayne Williams. , , 'its--v"1 Page 531 OFFICERS: President, Mike Goodson, Vice President, Charles Haun, Secretary, John Blair, Treasurer, Bryan Tones. TOP ROW: Adams, Alverson, Ausfin, Bafes, Blair, Blalock, Blomsfran, Boone. SECOND ROW: Bullen, Bullock, Clark, Cobern, Cooper, Daniel, Drummond, Evans. THIRD ROW: Genfry, Goodson, Hall, Hamner, Hardy, -ax HI PHI Through the diligent efforts of loyal Chi Phi brothers, we were once again able to maintain our precipitous posi- tion adjoining the UB. However, it has become apparent that the untiring offensive of the gargantuan UB monster will force us to abandon the Chief house within the next few months. I Chiefs remained active in campus affairs by obtaining three Iason memberships, three ODK memberships, two Phi Beta Kappa keys, a seat in the Senate, Vice-President of SGA, Director of Union Activities, and various other mentionables. Meanwhile, the cards are still running in the poker room, the party noise can still be heard in the basement, and the sports teams are boasting of their future prowess. We look to the future with fondness for Chief traditions in our old house and with the intent of continuing them, but we also hold sanguine expectations of things to come from our new location on New Fraternity Row. Haun, Jones, Johnson. FOURTH ROW: Jol'ms'l'on, Kain, Lee, Livingsfon, Malone, Mitchell, Pearle, Servio. FIFTH ROW: Shaw, Shull, Sinclair. Sfewarf, Summerforcl, Terry, Vickers, Weinarcl. MVN .alve- 0-s N Qs XNW sign-M.. 9 'E 1 R f 'I Page 532 ww., TOP ROW: Baggett, Boozer, Cardwell, Chamberlain, CI1enowe'II1, Clements, Crawford. SECOND ROW: Dilbeck, Emrich, Estis, Gannaway, Harrison, Hudson, Ivy. THIRD ROW: Lamb, McDonald, MCC-Bough, Mercer, Nobles, DELTA CHI Our hopes of a new house finally became a reality with the. architectis plans made and the ground-breaking date set. VV e should be in our new home by September, 1966. This year, Delta Chi continued to hold important offices on campus. We had brothers on the C-W and the MA- HOUT staffs, positions as Publicity Manager of the SGA's Emphasis 366 program, Publicity Chairman and Step-Sing- ing Chairman of Greek VVeek, and members of the Home- coming Committee, and Bama Day staff. Delta Chiis are also active members of Phi Eta Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Alpha Delta, Beta Alpha Psi, and Whois VVho in American Colleges and Universities. VV e won the intramural softball trophy and second place in intramural football. The All-Star football and basketball teams each contained two Delta Chiis. Our traditional Indian Party is a weekend for all to remember. O'KeIIey, Osborn. FOURTH ROW: Powers, Pruitt, Reid, Shaw, Scarborough, Swail, Swiatek, Trotman. FIFTH ROW: Tucker, Vann, Veitch, Vice, Watts. West. Wolk, Williams. OFF ICERS: President, Ken Scarborough, Vice Presi- dent, Mike McCormick, Secretary, john Harrison, Treas- urer, Owen Pruitt. OFFICERS: Not Announced. TOP ROW: Adams, Bagby, Beauvais, Bixler, Brock, K., Brock, O., Carring- ton, Cook, Cooper. SECOND ROW: Cunningham, C., Cunningham, R. Daugherty, Delchamps, Deiviouy, DesRo::hers, Dorman, Drees, DuRoss, Ennis. THIRD ROW: Ezell, Ferguson, Fountain, Goodloe, Graddick, Hayes Herndon, Hillard, Hollinger. FOURTH ROW: Hooks, Hoffaker, Hu'H'o DELTA KAPPA EP ILO Standing apart from the feverishness, froth, and ferment of campus life is the Mansion on the Hill. We, who dwell therein, have always thought the best fermentation takes place within old and hallowed walls where a few, good friends and gentlemen all, might cultivate the connoisseuris view of life, epitomized by the inspired insanity of the Undertaker's Ball, the single black rose of Squeal Night, and the paradoxical reputation for combining in one house the highest grades, the most achievements, and the wildest parties. This reputation was greatly enhanced by our recent winnings of the Lion Trophy for the most outstanding Deke chapter in the United States and Canada, the Interfrater- nity Council Scholarship Trophy, and the football, swim- ming, and golf championships. The binding force of Delta Kappa Epsilon is not these mere mateiial achievements, however, rather it is the espirit de corps that has characterized Deke since its found- ing in 1847. At that time, Delta Kappa Epsilon was the only social fraternity on the campus. Today, it is still the only social fraternity on the campus. Jackson, Klyce, M., Klyce, R., Ladd, Lee, Leigh. FIFTH ROW: Lewis, Manderson, Mather, McLemore, Mciviurphy, Meadoe, Miller, Mostellar, Mullins, Patton. SIXTH ROW: Priest, Radcliff, Shamblin, Siegelman, Sledge, Smith. Taliaferro, Taul, Turner, Zeanan. 1 .f' . sl TOP ROW: Alexander, Ames, Banks, Baynes, Beclgood, Bell, Benson, Black- ledge, Blackman, B., Blackmon, I., Braddy. SECOND ROW: Brewton, Browne, Campbell, Carter, Casagrande, Causey, Chambliss, Chapman, Chenault, Clark, E., Clark, G. THIRD ROW: Coshatt, Cumbus, Daniel, Dees, Denton, Dillard, Drewry, Elliot, Freeman, Fuller, Grant. FOURTH ROW: Groenendyke, Hare, Hayard, Johnson, Kaiser, Kennamer, Kent, DELTA TAU DELT The number is 759-9144. Ask for a Delt. He'll tell you that the Hrst full year in our new house has really been a year of pleasure and success for us. A Delt was elected one of the Ten Top College Editors in the nation. Two were elected ODK, two Pi Mu Epsilon, math honorary, three Alpha Epsilon Delta, pre-medical honorary, advertising managers of the MAHOUT and the CW, and two Delt cheerleaders led the Crimson Tide to Number One in the nation. On the campus sports scene, eleven brothers honored us by being Number One in intramural football. Our social calendar was highlighted by the Champagne Party, Rainbow F ormal, Purple Passion Passont, and Christmas Party. ' W7e are proud of our place of leadership on the Uni- versity of Alabama campus and plan to maintain it during the coming years. J is -41 .A Q M W "'-f X , K Krenkal, LaCoste, Land, Ledyard. FIFTH ROW: Ligon, Livingston, Luns- tord, Martin, Massey, McEwen, McLauey, Messina, Mitchell, Mize, Moon, Moore. SIXTH ROW: Mullins, Newsom, Northrop, Owens, Patton, Riley, Roberts, Rumsey, Scharnowski, Sheheane, Smith, Southall. SEVENTH ROW: Steele, Stewart, Stith, Stuart, Taylor, Tate, Tillman, Travis, Waigand, Waites, Whittield, Wright. OFFICERS: President, Richard Croendylce, Vice Pres- ident, Ted Daniels, Recording Secretary, Ray Chenault, Corresponding Secretary, johnny Causey, Treasurer, George Moon. OFFICERS: Rodney Windham,15 Bill Bolin, 11, Buddy Scruggs, 111, David Rains, 1Vg Andy Lowery, V, jimmy Ellis, V15 Dicky Jacobs, V115 Larue Haigler, V111, Harry Stokes, IX. TOP ROW: Alford, Armbrester, Anthony, Banlcston, Boles, Bolin, Bullard, Briftain, Clark. SECOND ROW: Cobb, Coon, Craig, Cravey, Crook, Davis, J., Davis, R., Davis, T., Douglas. THIRD ROW: Ellis, Fitzpatrick, Flinn, Francis, K., Francis, T., Friday, J., Friday, L., Fulton, Gibson. FOURTH ROW: Greer, Howard, Hudson, Hunt, Johnson, Jacobs, Lamar, Lawrence, GP K PPA ALPH Kappa Alpha Order was founded in 1865 under the guid- ance of General Robert E. Lee for the purpose of perpetu- ating the ideals of the true Southern gentleman. Alpha Beta Chapter was founded on campus in 1885. KA consistently maintains one of the highest scholastic averages on campus While participating in all phases of extracurricular activities, athletics, and social life. 1n all achievements, KAPS are bound by strong bonds of brother- hood and faith. The highlights of our social activities are our Rose For- mal With the selection of a true Southern Belle as KA Rose and Old South, the rebirth of the Confederacy. Refusing to "rest on her laurelsv, Kappa Alpha at Ala- bama will continue to strive in the future as it has in the past and maintain its goals of excellence. Leard. FIFTH ROW: Lowery, McCraine, Melton, Nooiin, PiH', Posey, Pugh, Rains, Redus. SIXTH ROW: Rodgers, Runlcel, Russell, Rymer, Scruggs, Seale, SiH'ason, Siolces, Stone. SEVENTH ROW: Sfribling, Tate, Thornton, Voghf, Wallace, Wheeler, Williams, Wilson, E., Wilson, M., Windham. ip ' ..... . 'E' T I , gram 5 1'l I A ,hh sv, .t Q. ' ' . l K 5 ..., u Aw . ,g s V K. A x 9 , f Y -, K se. x- 8 l K ' 'f ll ..., 1 ' ' T J TF-5:.,. . I Q .. ,. ,. x 3' t Q EO' K' ,, rg.: X I SQASQ EZ 5 ' ' Page 536 TOP ROW: Adams, J., Adams, S., Ayers, Barr, Bates, Baughman, Baxley, Bitterman, Bittner, Boykin, Campbell. SECOND ROW: Capps, Carpenter, Cochran, Cornelius, Dennis, Diclcert, D., Diclcert, H., Dodd, Dueease, Espy, Etheridge. THIRD ROW: Florence, Gibbs, Girtman, Glover, Godsey, Guttery, Harden, Hardy, Hethcox, Howard, Hubbard. FOURTH ROW: Humphries, Hutto, Jackson, Johnson, Jordan, Laney, Lang, Lanier, Lasseter, KAPPA SIGMA Towering over the landscape of stately pines along New Fraternity Bow stands the home of Beta Chapter of Kappa Sigma, a symbol of excellence in colonial architecture. EX- cellence is a tradition with the Kappa Sigma Fraternity. The standards of social, scholastic and athletic excellence maintained by Beta Chapter are also those of 136 other chapters and colonies that form the National Kappa Sigma Fraternity, one of the oldest and largest national social fraternities. Kappa Sigma had its beginning around the year 1400, in Bologna, Italy. The first actual chapter in America was founded at the University of Virginia in 1869. Beta Chapter was established around 1899, here at the University of Alabama. Following its usual pattern of accomplishments in all facets of fraternity life, Kappa Sigma took time out from a busy social schedule this year to Win the Intramural All- Sports Trophy for the second straight year-the tirst fra- ternity to do so. Lord, MacMullan. FIFTH ROW: Mason, Mathison, McBrayer, N., McBrayer, R., McElroy, McWhorter, Morris, Morton, Noblin, Padcloclc, Paris, Parsons, W. SIXTH ROW: Parsons, J., Payne, Porch, Porter, Purdy, Ramage, Ray, Reeves, Ritchie, Sartain, Saxon, Sessions. SEVENTH ROW: Stanard, Starnes, Stephens, Stoclcarcl, Stringer, Thornton, Van Tassel, Viclcers, Vines, Walton, Wells, Whaley. OF F ICEBS: CF all, 1965j Grand Master, Bobby McBrayer, Grand Procurator, Milton Bates, Grand Master of Ceremonies, Nigel Wells, Grand Scribe, Bill Cochran, Grand Treasurer, Toe Adams. Page 537 s.aMs.u OFF ICEBS: President, Richard Brugge, Vice President, Fred Dickinson, Secretary, Ellis Smith, Treasurer, Don McCarter. TOP ROW: Acker, Baggett, Beason, Bodine, Boggus, Byrd, Brugge, Carter, Crew, Covington. SECOND ROW: Davis, Dickinson, F., Dickinson, J., Dickson, Downey, Duke, Eggart, Ellis, Graves, Grier. THIRD ROW: Hager, Hallett, Hart, Hays, Hoppers, Horne, lnman, Jackson, Jones, G., Jones, R. FOURTH ROW: Kelley, Kessler, Kinq, Liles, Livings, Lusk, McFarlin, LAMBDA Hl ALPHA Alpha Phi Zeta of Lambda Chi Alpha is outstanding in scholarship, sports, politics, and in all phases of campus life. Our new pledge class, although only twenty-eight in number, displayed the ever-present quality of LAMBDA CHI ALPHA, by capturing first place in Famous Persons competition during Homecoming. In campus activities, We claim both Business Manager and Circulation Manager of the CRIMSON-WHITE, Ad- vertising Manager of the MAHOUT, representation in Jasons, Omicron Delta Kappa, Circle K, Rho Alpha Tau, and Scabbard and Blade. In sports, We claim third place in our league in football, first place in volleyball, Erst place in bowling, third place in basketball, and are currently one of the top contenders for the All-Sports Trophy. Michael, Mitchell, Neal. FIFTH ROW: Newton, Park, Puckett, Pumphrey, Redd, Ross, Royston, Smith, E., Smith, H., Smith, L. SIXTH ROW: Smith, K., Smith, W. R., Smith, W. N., Spruiel, Tolbert, Tompkins, Turner, Vance, Weathers, Woods. Page 538 TOP ROW: Baffle, Blackwell, Blanfon, Blyfhe, Boswell, Brooker, Brungarf, Campbell, Cash, Clark. SECOND ROW: Coleman, Curry, Cusfer, Darden, Dixon, Dukes, Eskridge, Efheridge, Farlow, Founfain. THIRD ROW: Gooclwyn, Hardie, Harris, Hays, Helfon, Hubbard, Jamison, Jennings, Jeffery, Johnson. FOURTH ROW: Johnsfon, Jones, Kirby, Luckie, Lynch, Mancuso, McCullough, Mc6riff, Miller, Mims. FIFTH ROW: Minor, PHI DELT THET In the wake of the Great Society, Phi Delta Theta pre- sents its Great New Image. The new Phi is characterized by a culmination of dress, impeccable manners, and that fraternal spirit toward all-all except Kappas, of course. Daily life around the Phi house is the picture of seren- ity. The good brothers play chess while waiting for tea and crumpets. The new Phi has become active in many move- ments: The Educational Movement, The Temperance Movement, and we just recently helped integrate the Tri Delt house. Pi Phi's are tired of us: KD's are too cool, Chi O's are too gross, but we have the Kappas-although it has been proven that you canit do much with a Kappa. Morrow, Mullins, Noegel, Pepperman, Poffs, Rice, Robinson, Rogers, Self. SIXTH ROW: Shaw, Snow, Speake, Soencer, Springfield, Sfanard, C., Sfanarcl, G., Sfringer, Sullivan, Terry. SEVENTH ROW: Thacker, Wade. Walfhall, Walton, Warren, Watkins, Williams, Young, E., Young, W., Yung. OFFICERS: President, Roger Hays, Vice President, Tut Stanardg Secretary, jim Speakeg Treasurer, Norton Brooker. , 1 X , Page 539 'lrffi :I I Vi? Ji vga fun 'ilffq chip- ff TL5Qm'v"'N Y. MW '1 .T-r N, -.gags OOIQLQZ'-rrfrfln-an-,i .:.,,,.j1-j . , - . T F '-' -vl- OFFICERS: President, Steve Doblin, lst Vice President, Joel Solomon, 2nd Vice President, Pete Friedman, Treas- urer, David Harwood. TOP ROW: Arlrus, Axelroth, Behrman, Capeloto, Capovano, Cohen, Cot- ton. SECOND ROW: Doblin, Einstein, Friedman, F., Friedman, P., Gold- stein, Grant, Harwood. THIRD ROW: Hasson, Herman, Hirsch, Lischlcott, PHI EP llLO Pl The men of Phi Ep once again are boasting the laurels of another illustrious pledge class. For the second straight year, every Phi Ep pledge has made his grades. This iine achievement, coupled with a new pledge program featur- ing community service, is all part of our new "forward look." Phi Ep is renowned for its traditionally wild parties, and this year has been no exception. Featuring such famous entertainers as Bob Machand and Gary U.S. Bonds, our Homecoming and Christmas parties have taken permanent places in the memories of many. Frequently, one hears the expression 'ithose fraternities are nothing but social clubsf, This is entirely true when you try to unite closely 100 boys. Nowadays a fraternity based on brotherhood is almost unique. The stressing of fraternalism and its various concepts have made it possible for our active body to be pleasing to even the most ideal- istic fraternity man. Raymon, Ripps, Schneider. FOURTH ROW: Sher, Sheridan, Shumalcer, Singer, Solomon, Stern, Teninbaum. FIFTH ROW: Von Zamtt, Weinstein, A., Weinstein, J., Wilder, K., Wilder, R., Wilenslcy, Wittner. what , me , i 3 '- ' Q TOP ROW: Anders, Austin, Broome, Brown, C., Brown, K., Brown, T., Burghard, Caddis, Cain. SECOND ROW: Carmichael, Cochrane, Coshatt, Ditoro, Finn, Foote, Ford, Freeman, P., Freeman, R. THIRD ROW: Griffin, Hall, E., Hall, R., Heard, Hess, Hines, Jordan, Kelley, Kerr. FOURTH PHI G MMA DELT 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 Justice Ed Livingston, Dr. I. H. Newman, former Executive Vice President of the U of A, and Federal judge W. P. Cewin are only a few. Our diversiied program places great emphasis on schol- arship. We have always been an outstanding contender for the All Sports Trophy. Socially, we have no equal. Our Christmas party, Roaring Twenties, and our legendary Fiji Island party are the highlights of our year. OFF ICERS: President, Bill Hines, Recording Secretary, Lewis Russell, Corresponding Secretary, jim Reddoch, Treasurer, Ed Livingston. Page 541 ROW: Kershaw, Livingston, Moore, J., Moore, L., Moorman, Morris Mullins, Owens, Petrey. FIFTH ROW: Pringle, Propst, Redcloclc, Rinks Roedder, Russell, Schilleci, Sides, Slaughter. SIXTH ROW: Stanford, Stutts Sullivan, Thomas, Watson, White, Wood, Wurtele. 4. 5 g ' ii' AF FY . .,,, ggi .L '.i'i 'V .ia , P p ,Wg ima ' lx :Hg 1, E OFFICERS: President, Kenneth I-Iall, Vice President, Robert Phillips, Secretary, Elbert Miller, Treasurer, Mike Raiford. TOP ROW: Adams, Anderson, Barrett, Berry, Blackburn, Caldwell, Childers, Coale, Crick. SECOND ROW: Davis, Dobbs, Duke, Dunaway, Dykes, Easters, Enslen, Farmer, Freeman. THIRD ROW: Fitzsimmons, Gunter, Hacker, Hall, Hamilton, Hartsfield, Hiebel, Horn, Hust. FOURTH ROW: PHI KAPPA SIGMA In the Words of the immortal F arlington Reynolds Beau- reguard, "Holy houseparties, Batman, it,s that time of year again!" Well, what if it is? It's our sixty-third year and we take it in stride. Great houseparties are part of the Phi Kap tradi- tion. Even our pledges get into the swing after a couple of sessions at the old house. 'iOld house" is actually an understatement. We have been told by reliable but undisclosable sources that our house is soon to be made a national shrine. We do our best to keep the house in a perpetual state of antiquity for this great event. WVe failed to renovate the upstairs, bathroom in order to buy a 81,000 jukebox and an album of "Music for Irregularityf' The album was to prevent any use of our upstairs' bathroom, and We find that this was just another typical year at the "Ghost Housef, Jackson, J., Jackson, P., Jehle, Johnston, Judd, Kittrell, Luton, McMinn, Miller, Mitchell. FIFTH ROW: Meredith, Metts, Peterson, Phillips, Raitord, Sealy, Smith, W., Smith, J., Spears, Starkey. SIXTH ROW: Stevens, Straw- bridge, Thacker, Tucker, Upton, Waldrip, Walker, White, Whitt, Wingard. Page 542 Q, Fi TOP ROW: Adams, Armstrong, Banks, D., Banks, W., Boackle, Bonorafo, Boozer, Broxk, Buritram. SECOND ROW: Bush, Bollier, Finley, Goldihwaite, Gornstein, Graves, Harris. THIRD ROW: Hopkins, Humphreys, Jones, D., PHI K PPA P I The Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity was founded on February 19, 1852, at Washington and jefferson College in Pennsyl- vania. It grew, survived, and gradually spread among the college men of the country until it acquired its present strength with chapters and colonies at every major educa- tional institution in the United States. Phi Psi received the honor of being selected among the top three social fra- ternities in American colleges last year. The old tradition of the i'Phi Psi gentlemanl' can be exemplified by naming only a few of hundreds of our prominent alumni: Wood1'ow VVilson, General Billy Mitchell, Iames Thurber, Iames VVhit- comb Riley, and Edward Everett Horton. Proud of our her- itage, the Brothers of Alabama Alpha look forward to yet another successful year for our fraternity. Our chapter be- lieves that one may acquire a more beneficial college edu- cation if scholastic endeavor is generously mingled with athletic prowess and social activities. Jones, F., Lawrence, Mahan, Mayo, Mcllwain, Mullins. FOURTH ROW Nagle, Newman, Pardue, Park, Peterson, Raleigh, Reese. FIFTH ROW Russell, Spelce, Springfield, Stakes, Terry, Williams, Woolf. OFFICERS: President, Ion C-ornstein, Vice President, Buddy Russell, Recording Secretary, Vence Rollins, Corresponding Secretary, Van Graves, Treasurer, Mike Newman. Page 543 XX i -t 1 . F T pie r. , so PHI It llVIA KAPP w as NN-ii Q ,.., ,, i ' i D jf! T -.i fi i'--1 ff' ,,',' ,511 ...Q Forty years ago the institution known as the University a A c qAV, , , ,A,. .,q:: . . U , ai ai 1 blz' iiiii ,. eff of Alabama had a terrible problem. There was no chapter -'i 'a 1 ' .,2, a"' c lqv N ' - of Phi Sigma Kappa on the campusl Realizing how disas- ' " , pw,, f 1 trous it could be for this situation to continue a rou of ' '-1-ff: "" 1' -f""L" PW' :Fri 224132523 24225522 H " 1 X . . . . 7 P ,f f jig I P '- f' handsome, intelligent, debonair, sophisticated, mature, cul- fi ' r' - QF ullbpbd i ai pppp 'pa s ai 5 tured, cosmopolitan, and, above all, modest young men V iw" 5 r . M aa 5 X f i united to honor the Capstone with the presence of our 4... A W til ll F l 1 d - 1, I T ,,,. , , again gggiii if , t I be ove Omicron Deuteron c apter. . M I 3 l' as 3, ' In all seriousness, however, the Phi Sigs are proud of our , .. , c , , ,,,, . 1 p ace on t e ama campus. n e a e ic e we are A 1 7.g,.j' ,Q . ,,.. 'ME' ' ' - ,ritfff ,,.. .- f , -f , , . . . . gg ,,, -'-- f - 1 c holding our own. We believe in the old saying: If you '--f' , ".,. :-- - -...- 1 "H A it , . T il 'l efty cant be an athlete, you can at least be an athletic sup- , , . porter! Our social life 1S highlighted by our FAM s CFr1day i"" f 'QQQ,.,,i Afternoon Mixers? with such illustrious groups as the Ala- bama League of Unwed Mothers, the WCTU, the NAACP, and Mother Hubbard's Home for the Criminally Insane. Phi Sigs even study occasionally, we are a deinite threat OFFICERS: President, Ben Treadwell, Vice President, to Soi new academic records. Thomas Plunkettg Secretary, Bill Borland, Treasurer, john And so Xve ioavo you With a ooidiai invitation to Como by Stfubel- and meet the Phantom-but hurry, before he goes back home to Abandal TOP ROW: Blaclcmon, Borland, Bush, Campbell, Coleman, Cooper, Davis. Patterson. FOURTH ROW: Pearce, Pearson, Plunlcett, Reding, Skinner, SECOND ROW: Everest, Faulk, Garrison, Gott, Harclieiowslci, Harrison, Strubel, Treaclwell, Williams. Heaton. THIRD ROW: lnman, Laird, Lynch, MacDonald, Owens, Parnell, K Wa.. .,--. Sf 'Q NWNNW Page 544 TOP ROW: Baisclen, Baker, Barnett. Borlancl, Boyd, Brown, A., Brown, W., Burgess, Cadclell, H., Caddell, J. SECOND ROW: Catts, Cochran, Craig, Creel, Creque, Cox, Cunningham, Davis, Dice, Douglas. THIRD ROW: Dow, Fitts, Fredericlcson, Giles, Green, M., Green, T., Grittis, Hall, Har- rington, Harris. FOURTH ROW: Hill, Howell, Hunt, Hunter, Jenclrs, Kent, PI K PPA ALPH Gamma Alpha Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the University of Alabama in 19:24 by Senator Iohn Sparkman and several other undergraduates devoted to the ideals fostered by six young Virginia gentlemen in 1868. Since then, Pi Kappa Alpha has continued to rise in promi- nence and it is our intention and belief that PiKA will continue to attain new heights of achievement. With the initiation of Alabama's finest pledge class of 1965, Gamma Alpha moved into its home on New Fra- ternity Row. Although the home is new, PiKA retained its initial desire toward the development of high standards in its young men. Besides dating some of the finest girls on campus, Pikes are: A 81 S Senator, Co-chairman Viet Nam Blood Drive, Chairman Bonfire Committee, and participants in IFC, Druids, Bho Alpha Tau, and intramural sports. WVe look at the past with great pride, and look to the future with con- Hdence. Page 545 l Keown, Knight, Lancaster, Lindahl. FIFTH ROW: Lindsey, Little, Macon, Mayhall, McMasters, Mitchell, Muir, Murrell, Ogle, Owens. SIXTH ROW: Payne, Pittman, Porter, Rabon, Rives, Sanclers, Seibert, Shadclix, Shew, Short, Sloan. SEVENTH ROW: Smith, Stevens, Strawbriclge, Taylor, Terrell, Valle, Wakefield, Walker, Wermuth, Yates, Young. OF F ICERS: President, Toe Hall, Vice President, Bill Burgess, Secretary, Roland Short, Treasurer, Doug Muir. OFFICERS: President, Clinton Clarke, Treasurer, Robin L. Hood, Secretary, jimmy Truitt. TOP ROW: Adams, J., Adams, R., Adltins, Austin, Baldone, Bircl, Boswell, D., Boswell, J., Bounds. SECOND ROW: Butts, Callahan, Casey, Clarlte, Cleclcler, Coolc, Cox, Dobbs, Edmondson. THIRD ROW: Etherton, Garrett, Goings, Greene, Grimes, Hawes, Hood, Johnson, Leeling. FOURTH ROW: P1 K PPA PHI We were really at a loss for something to put in our COROLLA section this year. We had planned to tell you what a reiined, poised, urbane, witty group we are, but all the other fraternities do that, and anyway, everybody knows we are not. With this possibility down the drain, we thought about putting in a recipe for making scotch out of paint remover. Somehow, though, this did not seem appro- priate, so what follows is a 1965-66 almanac for the chapter. All in all, it was a good year for Pi Kappa Phi. We sup- plied the University with the Cotillion Club President, a Phi Beta Kappa graduate, Crimson Cirl Sponsors, and several victims for the Dean's oHice. We pledged one of the Hnest groups of boys on campus, partied, had outstand- ing athletic teams, brushed after every meal, and managed to escape the perils of scholastic and social probation. It was a good year for the brothers of Omicron. We are looking forward to and planning a more successful school year 1966-1967. Until next year when we submit another prize-winning essay, it is back to the same old grind: Wine, WVomen, Fun, and oh yes, Books. Kerr, King, Latham, Matthews, Martin, Messina, Miller, Mims, Morrell, Mueller. FIFTH ROW: Pate, Pesnell, Phillips, Powell, Provost, Rees, Rushing, Smith, Spiceland, Stowe. SIXTH ROW: Terry, Trimmier, Truitt, Trussell, Turner, Underwood, Weeks, Whidby, White, Wood. 'CT' , Q me g M.. 94.1, . m I TOP ROW: Anders, Avery, Bagby, Barton, Beauchamp, Biclcley, Branch, Brown, Bryars. SECOND ROW: Cannon, Childs, Chiles, Christian, Cline, Cobb, Crocker, Crump, Dailey. THIRD ROW: Davis, Evins, Ezell, Fay, Gee, Griggs, Hagler, Harris, Hixon. FOURTH ROW: Hughey, G., Hughey, ICMA ALPH EP ILO Alabama Mu of Sigma Alpha Epsilon is proud to be a part of the historical background of the University of Ala- bama. SAE was founded here twenty-Eve years after the establishment of the University. We hold the distinction of being the only one of the major national fraternities founded in the Deep South. Since that time SAE has grown with the University of Alabama to become the most prominent fraternity 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-cur- ricular activities, excelling in sports and participating in student government, as well as being represented in many honorary organizations. Sigma Alpha Epsilon both nationally and locally intends to maintain its high standards of mental, social, physical, and moral development. We maintain here at Alabama Mu that a fraternity is far more than merely a social club, it is rather an institution which must provide leadership in pre- paring the college man to better meet life outside this nb-6 a. Page 547 J., Johnson, G. W., Johnson, W., Jones, J., Jones, S., Kendall, Kennedy, Meade. FIFTH ROW: Miree, Mullins, Owens, Poynor, Roberts, Robinson, C., Robinson, R., Robinson, T., Salter. SIXTH ROW: Shwab, Simpson, Smith, Stewart, Stanberry, Walker, Whatley, White, Wilder, Wilson. university. This we consider our foremost objective and intend in this Way to make the coming year one of vast ac- complishment and continued initiative. OFFICERS: President, George Wallace Iohnsong Vice President, Lanier Branch, Secretary, Charles Bagby, Treas- urer, Iimmy Stewart, House Manager, Gray Bickley. OFFICERS: Consul, Roger Williams, Pro-Consul, Ar- nold Snead, Annotator, Tommy Roberts, Quaestor, Wheeler' Smith, Magister, David Hatch. TOP ROW: Akriclge, Attaway, Beck, Bedsole, Bentley, Boren, Gary, Boren, Glenn, Brown, Cash, Clowers, Cook. SECOND ROW: Cooper, Corazzair, Cortright, Damson, Davies, De-Angelo, Dobbs, Dorman, B., Dorman, J., Elliott, Ferrell. THIRD ROW: Fick, George, Gibson, Guthrie, Griggs, Hall, Hamilton, Harris, Hatch, Hernandez, Hess. FOURTH ROW: Hinesley, Holaday, Holter, J., Holter, R., Hunter, Kennedy, Lacey, Lewis, Lowe, . fs + 1 N sv'-at zz, .. -1 , wx is - 1 . - gi X X 995 M, X x yas? w ' . K. sg, ., X x N K X X. i EK x j, . Kipp ? ,z a Yi-saint - 2 s s ff-fs . ... . 'lf 5 ..... s... K4 i r , .2 , , Q - V-.. M S nr ghx if ' ,aft . MSX i lx N x IGM CHI Iota Iota Chapter of Sigma Chi is the home chapter of the International Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, Mary jo Brazel- ton. She was selected at our annual convention at Denver last summer. Iota Iota has had one of its finest years this year. We placed second in scholarship for last year. In addition, our record in athletics, which included a swimming champion- ship and runner-up honors in basketball, enabled us to finish a strong second in the All Sports Trophy race. Sigs are active in campus affairs. Three members of the House of Representatives, Director of OH-Campus Affairs, Director of Community Relations, Chairman of Young Re- publicans, Vice-President of Circle K, Cheerleader, two swimming team members, a member of the Student Court, and the chairmen of Emphasis '66 and Greek Week are Sigs. Sigma Chi strives to create an atmosphere in which col- lege men can develop mentally, socially, physically, and morally. Lyle, McCann. FIFTH ROW: McDaniel, Meier, Moore, Miller, Parr, Patchel, Patton, Pearce, Petty, Power, Roberts. SIXTH ROW: Rowe, Rummel, Simpson, Skipper, Smith, R., Smith, W., Sneecl, Tate, L., Tate, W., Taylor, Thayer. SEVENTH ROW: Thornton, Turner, Tyler, Walker, Wear, White, Whitten, Williams, B., Williams, C., Wilmer, Williams, R., Wyatt. W r-.- . Alv- .. 2.- ' . . . x Y: . - 'A' -' I -, , . A- ' ' ' 1: . GK, , X Q. Q b fl .ruin M v i s .:.'5 - Q .. V,. t in M y .j- , C t. 151' 1 5. N as. s s A--f I- . eg, -so mfr if . f:, 1:- f ' i" . 4' f i ' ' , . . , A gg , mstz mz .- . , ' 'i -mm P , . A+ 5 4- 5- 5 Q Q . "- '. ew- Q A-ezrzr 1 '- -f f f-K 5 ,Q 1 T ' 'N i 'B T' K? sign . ' 5 si :YQ Qfif- It ' ' .' ss1.1"' "ir f I ii' ' . K Q - V .,,,f X -. J . . . 5 t Magi K V i , Y L N .. Q ,E gg 5 . , . . S ' p kg ' E -- . ---- f 'i ,-'- -. ' 'V N: it 'S ' I .-, -'K X ' 1 , ,f .. , , ' "" f . - n . br - ws .sry 1 , 47 s, Q meg, agp- S3-ig - S , . 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FOURTH ROW: Martin, IGIVIA NU On the night of January 1, 1869, three cadets from Vir- ginia Military Institute stood in the moonlight with hands clasped in brotherhood on a limestone outcropping near the battle-scarred campus. These were the founders of Sigma Nu Fraternity. Veterans of the Confederate Army, they founded a fraternity, not a club, for men, not for boys, based on VMI's guiding light-the principle of Honor. Since that night, Sigma Nu has spread out of Virginia, out of the Southland, across the nation, and has crossed inter- national boundaries. Five years after the three stood on the rock, Theta Chap- ter 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 over ninety years Qsomething which no other fraternity can boastj. Our World of today has seen many changes, both in cus- toms and ideals, but Sigma Nu still clings to its age-old traditions of honor and integrity. FS? 5 2 f Z' f , wi ew I 6,- 56 w..-.4 f WX fc 1' James, Martin, John, McCormick, McGowin, McRae, Miller, Millson, Mitchell, Moody. FIFTH ROW: Murphree, Nalaors, Nevin, Overton, Parlcer, Price, Purvis, Register, Richardson. SIXTH ROW: Roarlc, Stallings, Seifert. Shannon, Shostrom, Thornton, Tillman, Vardaman, Whittaker, Wingarcl. OFFICERS: Commander, Paul Bryant, Ir., Lt. Com- mander, Iohn Hurst, Secretary-Treasurer, Eddie Glenn. 1- 'f 'f 'F OFFICERS: President, Harry Edgar, Vice President, Tony Engle, Corresponding Secretary, Charles Edwards, Treasurer, Rusty Yarbrough, Recorder, Greg Green. TOP ROW: Alaele, Bafson, Berndf, Block, Davis, Duran, Echols. SECOND ROW: Edgar, Edwards, Engle, Fambrough, Farr, Fife, Goodgame. THIRD ROW: Green, Holman, Macrory, Miller, Mclviahan, Mclviurphy, Ogrean. ICMA PHI EP ILON Sigma Phi Epsilon, founded in 1901 at Richmond Col- lege, is the second largest social fraternity in the world. Alabama Beta was founded in 1927 and has grown to its present position through personal and fraternity scholar- ship, and service to the University and to the fraternity system. The men in Sigma Phi Epsilon have continually dis- played high idealism and faith in their brothers through their service both to the fraternity and to the University in such Eelds as scholarship, social life, politics, and ath- letics. We feel that within the bonds of brotherhood We contribute greatly to the development of a Well-rounded college man. Politically, We claim the president of the College of Arts and Sciences, the vice president of the School of Com- merce, and active members in many other areas of student government. Socially, the Sig Eps' parties are always among the favorites on campus. In addition to the traditional parties during football season, our social calendar includes the Queen of Hearts Ball, the formal highlight of the year, and the annual Fiesta. Scholastically, our 1.48 average last year speaks for itself. FOURTH ROW: Parker, Pearce, Pienson, Powell, Ray, Robertson, D., Robertson, P. FIFTH ROW: Simon, Sorrels, Thatcher, Thomason, Turner, Waldrop, Whirley, Yeaclcle. s--rv TOP ROW: Alexander, Alslaroolcs, Anderson, A1lcinson, Ballaniine, Bareiielcl, Bates, Bonner, Brannon, Briggs. SECOND ROW: Burroughs, Cassell, Chris- tian, Clinion, Compton, Cook, Crum, Davis, Delloridge, Dewberry. THIRD ROW: Eager, Gambrell, Gardner, Gary, Hamm, Higgins, Johnson, D., Johnson, R., Jordan, Justice. FOURTH ROW: Keller, Lewis, McCulIar, THETA CHI Quality needs no advertisement. Page 551 McDaniel, Moss, Norris, Parker, Parrish, Priest, Ray, B. FIFTH ROW: Ray, C., Ray, D., Roper, Rossman, Schramm, Segars, Self, Shields, Slusher, Stambaugh. SIXTH ROW: Taylor, Tomlinson, Trawick, Vail, Walker, Watson, Watts, Williams, Wynn, Yeager. OFFICERS: President Gordan Garyg Vice President, Don Trawickg Secretary, Charles Rayg Treasurer, Don Ross- rnang Marshal, Fred Crum. . pn- FL- ,,., Y .. 1 V ., -.,-. . .... -. -f----- THETA XI As the fall semester of 1965 began and you were driving up University Avenue from town and your eyes happened to fall upon the third fraternity house on the right, you probably took a second long look. No, it wasnit the Corgas House revisited or a Civil War Monument of years ago, but the new location of Alpha Lambda chapter of Theta Xi Fraternity. Yes, Theta Xi, though Elled with pleasant mem- K ' . ' -A tr-.-:-gc Q f1'i'..:pm " " . .. ., . A - - r- a ,. 's- 1-,.'r1.,L,.-.Q A ' s ' fi.--Thlf if 'f 1iwr'r,:-,-'rF.iiQ,2sQ-Qi . .J49 'S-li-'f 1 - . i ,A13Q,,- :lager-'fgf3r5"1rg.g,s1.. .,. - ef-:A-r. , . . ' - ff-. TWH E9 :.J,c,is4 ,--as-.Je ..:'s'.g 1-W. 24-.W - . TOP ROW: Arnold, Biancuzzo, Briggs, Bucolo, Chandler, Cooke. SECOND ROW: Flemming, Florence, Gardner, Granaielli, Harris, Hilciretli. THIRD New ,ai ories of our old house by Denny Stadium, anxiously moved into our new locale, and truly the year proved worth all our expectations. Our new quarters became a good atmosphere for ab- sorbing outside-the-classroom knowledge, for Theta Xi, headed by its phenomenal three-point stalwart, led twenty- five of the other fraternities for the fall semester with an eifortful 1.6. Theta Xi, as scholastic as she is, still left ample room in her schedule for social life, some of which were Thomas Ieiferson Party in Birmingham and our Freshman's Ball where boys and girls alike dressed in rags. Theta Xi men actively participated in all facets of intra- murals. Though taking home no first place trophies this year, the spirit and Ere of our enthusiasm blazed through our games. As years go by and thousands of men pass through the Capstone, Theta Xi hopes to do what part it can in build- ing the principle, decency and brotherhood of the few men that feel her grip. OFF ICERS: President, Ieff Thompson, Vice President, Iohn Virciglio, Secretary, Lloyd Gardner, Treasurer, jim Flemming. ROW: Hinds, Libbers, Mahan, McArdle, Mizell, Posey, FOURTH ROW: Ray, Saliga, Serfin, Snowclen, Thompson, Wallcer, Walworth. 'V' fig ,. . , V:' - rw .- V Q' ,. . , .Q ci I air' if gl fly? , fymc. 1 ,, 31.451 wie. 'V .L -.'- ' ..- 5.1. .: - ,-ilk -i we H 1912- wzrf. . Av- 1 .-l. I .rf . .-J. . .. .1-,f-.-.-"Nl fisiifiliizivliii ' 3. , . . be - ,,:' -. 1 -1 ' ,fiijig E 5. 43:13, . 1' ' 'W' ,Six tif" " 2136 Y , 2.1-5,1 T' 5, 1' l I . . -- is V G? if 6' 611 Q t si " 'RF 1 4 5 if X gl f , me , L x.. . AC . , X 1 I,, . 2 LI QQ' in f Q . 2, j " M , , 'Xie , ' 'X 'WX I f .. . . .Q pkg if A ., fx,-v U A 'A if 42, ' 2 Wil? . I 5, .y A014 Sr' 5-may TOP ROW: Auerbach, Block, Blumberg, Bockel, Briskman, Clark, Colen, FOURTH ROW: Kushner, Landon, Marcus, Marks, Michaelson, Reinstein, Endel, Feld. SECOND ROW: Feldman, D., Feldman, R., Frank, Friedlunder, Rose, Rosenblum, Sabel. FIFTH ROW: Schreibman, H., Schreibman, W., Friedman, Friend, Frohsin, Geigerman, Glass. THIRD ROW: Goldner, Gold- Scheuer, Serotta, Sokol, B., Sokol, M., Voit, Zweig. smith, Goldstein, Gordon, Grishman, Hersh, Kamenshine, Kaplan, Kohn. ZET BETA AU This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of Psi Chapter of Zeta Beta Tau. In these fifty years, Psi has become one of the most prominent fraternities on the University cam- pus. Psi has many men in key positions here at the Univer- sity. Larry Blumberg is a member of ODK and President of Jasons. Michael "Moose" Goldner is a senator from Commerce. David Bockel is Business Manager of MA- HOUT, Richard Frank is Assistant Advertising Manager of the CRIMSON-WHITE, and Harold Kushner is Assistant Business Manager of COMMENT. jack Friedlander is a clerk on the Student Court. Also, the men of Psi hold key positions on Bama Day, Homecoming, Emphasis '66, and other organizations on campus. Athletically, this has been a very successful year. Our football, basketball, softball, a-nd swimming teams are al- ways in contention for top honors. Our tennis and bowling teams also show an impressive record. Socially, Psi remains on top. Besides our football parties, we have our Homecoming, Christmas, and Wirnter Formal parties which always prove a success. This year we also held a Cossack Party and our fiftieth anniversary celebra- tion. OF F ICEBS: President, Larry Blumberg, Vice President, Michael Coldner, Secretary, David Crishman, Treasurer, Al Rose. "-"1"r' " whiff- '3-. 9' s Y.. 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' ' " " mm 701 TENTH STREET TUSCALOOSA 0 . Footwear With Flair Unlverslty Barber AndUniqueBoutique... But Not Expensive Pg 559 jlw Owned and operated by the University of Alabama SERVICES OFFERED O Check Cashing Personal checks cashed free 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Mondays through Fridays and 8:30 to 11:00 A.M. Saturdays. Office on the bal- cony. O Repair Service Factory repair service for fountain pens, slide rules, drawing tools, etc. Pay only factory charge plus postage. O Special Order Service Orders promptly processed for special books or equipment not ordinarily stocked. O Repurchase of Books We will pay cash for your new or used books at highest prices pos- sible. . ,I 1 ,- lvtjvgl- N -- .b 1 ,J - 'f fl! I- fn ,cf - -f"'fl"'7'g N2-,-. ..'. .-' ,'. N -Lx lf ' 'mc v 1' -':.-f.,rll-Sing I 1 K' 1 E' f 5 ' L-4. liz, Slkilli .:" i+qZ:'Il1"fiI1"IJ'?f'5fif5' ' Q iUuf?':, . ""N,.-TV.. . L -D A u l l l . 0 A MESSAGE ABOUT YOUR SUPPLY STORE Since 1944 the University Supply Store lfrequently called the "Supe" Storei has been owned and operated by the Univer- sity of Alabama. The Supply Store is your store and the profits go to you. By shopping at the "Supe" Store you al-9 ways buy merchandise at reasonable prices, PLUS the profit from every purchase goes to the Student Welfare Fund which helps support the Million Dollar Band, the Swim- ming Pool, and the Golf Course. ITEMS SOLD New and Used Books Art Supplies Engineering Supplies Other School Supplies Novelties Alabama Seal Stationery Greeting Cards Cosmetics Toiletries Drug Sundries Magazines and Newspapers Official Class Rings Sporting Goods SHOP YOUR "SUPE" TORE FIRST Page 560 Tucker Motor Co. 2414 Broad Street Tuscaloosa, Ala. Sales and Service 5473K I C I A ,Q we 1-Y 1-, J , Tuscaloosa H WIT- MUSIC Service Sf 1431 PARKVI AZA PHO E 752 7524 TUSCALOOSA ALABAMA WEATHERFORD PRINTING COMPANY, INC. 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Tusoa1oosa,A1abama Phone 758-7554 Page 563 THE UNIVERSITY BRANCH LOCATED 10th STREET AT HACKBERRY LANE BETWEEN FOSTER AND THE NATATORIUM Qfgfflzffyyfwifmv if 174 may md jzfwakwm Fashion Is Our Business S I I WIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIit, W. . Q Q 'G '...,.., " + DOWNTOWN ' W WWW fm My Azfm J Qmm WWW f ' Tuscaloosa Motor Co. Inc. TUSUALUUSA Lovin Care in Q-fx.-'-'gffyigimb gg Sales Service A ' "1H"- ,ri igiifp :- Lim lmzzzzlsisrss fm ' ALBERTA 'II5 Greensboro Ave. WE WIRE FLOWERS e MEMBER FTD- ofifiom CUT FLOWERS xgz CORSAGES 0 e DESIGNS H W 5'ffWf4 DRIANS 758-4752 - " 758-4793 jgzrwf 2406 BROAD TUSCALOOSA 2302 Broad Street PHONE 758-4476 423 UNIVERSITY AVENUE jgynlw 9 av IT'S YOUR LAUNDRY-USE IT MORE TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA Tuscaloosa, Alabama P9 7 elflpg if Fashion Cenler For Alabama Coeds in Mrs. Mamye Richards, owner, and Bobbie Garreff IEWELERS LARY 81 WALDROP 23'l0 BROAD 758-2323 Painl Free Pqfking J. ovm rr Hardware Prompl Delivery Building Material Telephone 758-4466 ,- .... .-s ,, HARDWARE Gifts Libby Poteet hos Clothes that are simply elegant and I' il' '- in elegantly simple! f Cgfotfz sifor 2831 CULVER ROAD PHONE 879-0406 BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 35223 Page 566 , .. . w ew if .1 I . - . .,W., , , .. 'fy ' . V , ya S' 'J 1 - f .-gs" , . . 15 fv-.f if . 'W ' f . . Mi wr. , M ,Nl .. Y, ,grin 54- 4' V . . s f .ffl 'wil f g 4 , . :,2,::eaf f . p -we-fn . Binh '4X7Tf2 'I 0 Q . . . ..-.-Y -- A, ,L...-,.,.w-new'wwf--few: f 3, ,g ', Z W V. I ' - ' .,q., 5 N 5,Q--,,--:,v-s6"- ,ffqgzf an -far gi Mezepr,-'tnao-5.fm ,ue11:1-,:1:f.'3"0fw:.' r 'xy ' 'f' V .., ,gy f . -' ,K ' ,i,,3" fi " f v- , E I Barber3 I l 'l' MILK 'I' ICE CREAM -:- J- -:. I soo If you don'f like Barbor's AR' PURE MILK COMPANY host. UN-DECIDED? We would welcome an opportunity to dis- cuss with you the challenging and reward- ing possibilities in the Insurance business-in Sales-Personnel Marketing-Accounting Investments-Law QClaimsj Engineering-Data Processing fComputerj W. J. Perryman 81 Company, Inc. General Mutual Insurance Co. Guaranty Savings Life Insurance Co. Home Office-2900 Cahaba Road Birmingham, Alabama Your University now has a Chair of In- surance in the School of Commerce. FOR MEN 8: WOMEN WHO ARE INTERESTED IN FASHION ..., 25:55 ' T 5 or HOMEWOOD ESTABLISHED 1922 TO BEGIN WITH VILLAGE SPORTSWEAR Your Fashion Leader In Central Alabama on Montevallo Rd. in Mt. Brook Page 567 60l'YLl0Al'l'l0I'lf5 of Jefferson Foundry I3 -v a college diploma Q-..i.. 0 .............. .31-l-. Vuulnu uneven u ruwuwuovmwfe IIO VIN! Nllgr uvvnv vnu vlwvllv nouns Vuuunvu unuvnq vnvynxnxvuu. uw murmur-u un vnu we-xr nmuy.Q., VUVIUIIVII VUVHQI VUUHIIINVUIIV ' IW!!! vu llVIl0'1ll 110 tm Iflulygqv Xlniuv lnuuf VIIIV ntbvhl VIIVHIV ' ' ' fU'JFie an yisfemrlaile. 4?,3?fsEee?L4QvagZ ,awww wlffewe ie fiigsawdiflafv' I l "stiff Ufdatsw 'vim olfgiigvwrf- 0 .vgwss : ens the door to many careers No matter what business or profession 'you have chosen as a career, life insurance will play a vital role in your future planning. Not only is life insurance important as a -security measure, it also creates an immed- iate estate for you While you are growing in your chosen life's work. There is a well- trained Liberty National representative who can help you as he has helped so many other men and women plan their life insur- ance programs. LIBERTY NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA Page 569 P 2 Zi E Z O 73 T U Z C E cn 7F Q, 0 -I C jr 'Tl -rl -I I'r1 O 77 I- J: O -I-I 2' " 5 Q 'I' cn z 9 FA 32 'U E 2 U U' Z -I F11 27 O J: no C U7 Z l'I'1 9. I U Q. C UU O W E 'U RJ IT' U I- U7 U1 Q Z O ITI cn 'T' -n t .1 4 g.s U I Q '!"?f"E mimvmvm. T I I I A ,'iI7.'I5iiQRilgiQ igflzvlva . 'N ' II-'wry' if:"9fe'!i!if?:'QQIQZEIYA I f 1. 'l'.IlI'f.l'gVj'.V! MyI'f.f.'Q.f-'WQVIAIIUA I l I 4. -I-. w--I ,rw-,I s. .4 . YE: ,.- A "gigs Hwaww 559599355 .4 . I H il g ' e:i.a.1Q,v:,4Qimn Tm .asia -v 11,6-airs M is 51 ::'.iIdTsB3B36EYAEYAEY EEHHLTHJW.-TEIW.-92-BLELTSL-QLV UniversiTy of Alabama HospiTal Building Birmingham, Alabama BUILDERS WITH STEEL From Cape Kennedy To The World's Fair, INGALLS is on The iob wherever The projecT calls for sTeel. STeel for sTrengTh. INGALLS for skill. TogeTher They make a greaT build- ing Team. GeT Them on your side for your nexT consTrucTion job. Look for The INGALLS sfamp of skill on sTrucTural sTeel-plaTework-Tanks- barges and warehouse producTs. THE INGALLS IRON WORKS COMPANY 620 FOURTH AVENUE, SOUTH BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 35202 Telephone 205f322-3301 Page 570 IN OUR YEAR I 5592145 fy -Q., it 4, "'l"p'., . Mg I I a Q I 'T E I I I I I . RE- I vp ' I M , , 5 I MZ I If T is 4 V ...MII , T " ' H L. . 11,8 .'.lX mn n.X um. IIA!! ,mlm zum IIIN. IIIILX llllll fill!!! lllllk lllhtx llllli ll!ll!5l llliidl ll!!ll IIIQZL llllll IIIKQIMllg!5limll!?.1EIIni1lllEl llll:1lli5rullu1:llul1IuIu lllill llldlll Illlll llll!! RQERII NIM!! llllill llllll Illlnl LTINIII VIII! XXIII? Wlllll Xllll! Milli wy ww wry ww xg: 4 MANUFACTURER OF WORLDS MOST DIVERSIFIED LINE OF' TRUCK EQUIPMENT 95544454 CO., INC. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. FACTORY BRANCHES LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA DALLAS, TEXAS LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY ATLANTA, GEORGIA MANUFACTURING PLANTS BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA HALEYVILLE, ALABAMA COLLINS, MISSISSIPPI ZI' E GREAT PA IR Coke and GOLDEN FLAKE PoTA1o CHIPS 11 I ""1 1 in l"'I"' lm-1..!".-IIIIIIIIIINI-II 1:- II " I Q ci -:Ei , I PBX I I TN I N H' ,HU4 IX. I I., A ' , I . 'T' .IIIIIII I.I, IIIIIII I 'I"" ' I IEIII, 1'II"I' mm g i wwggrggfm, I IIII: I4 'OTTLIA T M ,,. mn G I I ...,,, f----1-'-- '--' ' M' II Page 571 ot aviaiuf If 5:6-'ia .3 ' A ' Iwi-:hm is-.az in at g . If NB.. i . ff??s15ff:I"'lli-'QEF-iii5 ff? if-25? ..g4,,:,g,-I"E:..--EQ'-1-... .. f . hh Ou ua rf vu me rm-4 :mu vm nm I at-an ml was mv , a sf -. 4 if H 5 , ggi A6 9:-3Q'.Lg, .-... ,M.K?I .sg-ef . fi , ,,Q I , Q It ft 2 A 3' K' 'i 'I N l B u N . , V XS , . ix Q A I I ts. 2 . . , - .-- '61-1, .- gi-at 'g4:4f':. .J' 1 I Q HJ f F AQ -MNC: Q' H' ml L!! P -vs I l E I 'gs M3 5 S0 Simple ABCE NNIVER ARY 1966 marks the 80th year of serviee to Southern agriculture. They were not all easy years . . . wars, depressions, problems, erusades. Last year was our It was the Soutlfs biggest year in agriculture. Thatis what we mean by progressive. Q biggest year. IRTHDAY This is the year we felt that the South was ready for a new kind of magazine. A magazine about the South . . . and the best ol' Southern living. More than a quarter million Southern families eagerly reached for the Charter Issue and wrote us their enthusiastic appreciation. This too, is progressive. I NSISTE CY Printing is big business in Birming- ham. Consistency in the production of quality printing is the practice and reputation of Birmingham Printing Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Pro- gressive Farmer Co. Quantity and quality are partners in Na house dedicated to printingf' Pro- gressive printing. The Progressive Farmer Co. BIRMINGHAM PRINTING Co. BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA NEW YORK CHICAGO DETROIT ATLANTA DALLAS MEMPHIS RALEIGH L J Page 572 X IN IVIONTGOMERY: "'I'hat's el-Liy CBanh!" D F: IVI Q IXI TG Q INfl E FI Y Member Federal Deposit insurance Corporation EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES . 0 3 mil for K lem -. 01 PHYSICIANS, HOSPITALS JML55 f? and Jewelers Since I893 CLINICAL LABORATORIES GIFTS FOR EVERY OCCASION - Diamonds Silverware Durr Surglccl CO' Warcnes Jewelry Crysial Birmingham, Ala. 35205 Montgomery, Ala. China I-CHTIPS 936 S. I9TI1 Sf. 2061 Fairview Ave. Montgomery 4, Alabama Page 573 KERSHAW MAN U FACTU Rl NG COMPANY Where imaginative engineers design and develop railway maintenance equipment which is used to keep railroads in first class condition throughout the worldl FINISHED TRACK BY .JE MANUFACTURING C0 F I . L MONTGOMERY ' ALABAMA U.S.A. 5 ASTOUNDING GROWTH BECAUSE OF OUR PERFECTED PLANS Preferred life Insurance Company ESTABLISHED 1929 HOME OFFICE MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA LEGAL RESERVE LIFE INSURANCE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY S. H. LONGSHORE Chairman of The Board VV. J. LONGSHORE President cgluergliing jar your OMCQH -4 I: QUANTITY TW: R N RIGHTS ,xg ,, RESERVED T153 I wmezewmez f ix 5,4 513. JE X? I m,?jg7QS5'iijxq,A4. I 62 I-J fl I. 1 . .H IIIIAY INNE . p K smc: 1871 WISIIIII I QR! I f 56571 unday -Pnuuuqs OOD STORE l 1'l H el' ' ' ..f,."f"flsLf.? 'ff'fL'L.'f'fg I A K J f 'Con STOFFS MONTGUMSIIV. HLFIBHMFI T. o. ITILLIET WALKER ED WALKER P 575 WE WANT THE VARIETY OF MAN Construction is basically a management type business requiring the U NCOMMON variety of man. Today's construction man- ager must deal with far more demands than in any other corporate enterprise . . . varied problems of design, materials, soils, ac- counting, law, handling people. He is a planner, leader, pusher, organizer, coordi- nator, regulator, economist, and originator of new ideas. What About You? If youlre a graduating engineer in one of the following curricula -Civil, M echanical, Architectural, or Build- ing Construction-and see yourself forging a career in the challenging construction in- dustry, we invite your inquiry. PERSONNEL DIRECTOR5 DEPT. D-1 P. O. BOX 949 BLOUNT BROTHERS CORPORATION GENERAL CONTRACTORS wma HOME OFFICE IN MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA moms-E Page 576 HEIWEISSEIH-NOLSINNV BIRMINGHAM-TUSCALOOSA Pittsburgh Painfs Af Any Pittsburgh Dealer MONTGOMERY-FLORENCE DECATUR-DOTHAN Q4 Great Nam: in Qailziug CHWO IL "SUITS THE SOUTH" H2320 Brood S1reeT" - my 'Agar . Bef? A. ,, - .vu an - - ,qv- 40' B'll' q u a 1 i. t y M E N 'S W E A R HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA nniofon ,QW nnis on, Alobom Pg 577 Branded! And he likes it! He could he an engineer, physicist, chemist, mathematician or manage- ment specialist. His assignment could be in research, development, testing or manufacturing for one of America's space or defense programs. He works and lives in Huntsville-AIabama's new metropolis and home of one of the nation's largest aerospace and defense complexes. He's one of the 3,500 men and women who have found excitement, challenge, security and advancement opportunities with Brown Engineering Company. There's room for more like him. lWe don't re- quire that every employee he branded with the company name. This one is so proud of the fact that he works for Brown that he requested it. The same can be arranged for you, too.l For an ap- plication or interview, write: Brown Engineering Company, lnc.!300 Sparkman Drive, N.W.! Huntsville, Alabama! 35805. An equal opportunity employer. v -57111 fg f -wk, ,'5,.., '- if g., 1 M, Ii -X, 'yr - fl 1 , fy-Q A 5 ff-fff I W- aw leiffgwi? Halliilarle of Quality llllllni. ,iwlllllll l mr' 'ill ARTISTS! PHOTOENGRAVERS PHOTOLITHOGRAPHY CCI JLEGE Landmarks Sixtyfone years ago two engravers came to Birmingham to work in the then young engraving department of a local newspaper. Two years later they recognized the need for a quality commercial engraving plant in this rapidly growing community and they named it "Alabama," Cver the years this Symbol of Quality has spread throughout the Southeast as well as other sections of the nation. More than fifty CCDRCLLA staffs have en- trusted us with the responsibility of their engraving and mechanical problems, lt is our hope that the illustrations in this 1966 edif tion will help preserve forever your years at the Capstone. ANNUAL DIVISKDN ALABAMA ENGRAVING COMPANY BIRMINGHAM 9 YOUR 'YEARBOOK IS -if 7 1 ' NJ ' 575,55 5'5- ,f-5' 00K lllwmfm HOLIJL X rggg mi? " af wig ,off Q' A omsfof' uumnlw This Yearbook is your permanent record of a memorable year. It is a picture story of your friends and school days that will last forever. It has been produced by the craftsmen at Paragon Press with the care and 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 Page 580 ibramafic ana! gfamoroua .Samba fgorfraiffi geafuring CJPQIOQJ7 ffuffi, .S7foA.4, amz! codfumeri 30, gm gina porfraifd for Sororifg ana! jrafernify pfdfjued Ofhciaf porfraif lghofografagerd Ar tLi6 yearg Comffa Q5t0l'6Lfi0I'L HMC! QfJl'0J1LCti0l'L of O!! Pl:ChAJ'05. jail' 56141562 GJLJ l"8d,50l'L6lAL P .AILLIJJUKKA judcafooda Orfancfo, jfa Kar iJenfif6cafion picfurej. jam langue porfraif .Szabo Cafuml Magik MFIWL CUMPLIMENTS OFI Alpha Epsilon Pi Alpha Sigma Phi Alpha Tau Omega Beta Theta Pi Delta Chi Delta Kappa Epsilon Delta Tau Delta Kappa Alpha Kappa Sigma Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Delta Theta Phi Epsilon Pi Phi Gamma Delta Phi Kappa Psi Phi Kappa Sigma Phi Sigma Kappa Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Kappa Phi Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Chi Sigma Phi Epsilon Theta Chi Theta Tau Theta Xi Zeta Beta Tau Year after year . . . I 9 A,,., - rx , - .... A THLETIC UNIFORM A Yi -Iv 1-:Ie r-:.+,- J ,,..,Il.G . J-'X 5 U. .of fsck - 4 wqyxwbl , 5 V ' .LCN SQFTBALL WRESTLING I GOLF BASKETBALL TENNIS SWIMMING GYM 81 TRACK SUCCER CYMNASTICS WWW RUSSELL SOUTHERN COMPANY WORLDS LARGEST MANUFACTURER OF DIVISION OF RUSSELL MILLS, INC. ATHLETIC CLOTHING ALEXANDER CITY, ALABAMA W Pg 583 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS WiTh The underfaking of producing The largesT COPOLLA in The his- Tory of The Universify, we sfaffers find ourselves greafly indebTed To a number of people wiThouT whose assisfance, service, cooperafion and advice This book would noT have been possible, Mr. Roberf B. Faerber and Mr. Edwin S. Wise, presidenTs, respecfively, of Alabama Engraving Com- pany and The Paragon Press, labored Tirelessly To make The annual a suc- cess. They were always ready To Throw us a new idea To Toy wiTh or call our hand when we gof Too far ouT inTo lefT field. There was a larger allowance for color in The CORCDLLA This year, and we Turned To The professional phofographers in several insTances To geT The Transparencies we needed. The shoT for The "Academics" secTion page was given To us by Mr. Joe Jones of The Marshall Space Flighf CenTer, and The color inTroducTion To "SporTs" was Taken by Jay LeviTon of ATlanTa. The color picfure on The Orange Bowl page was available Through The courfesy of The Miami News. Mr. Jimmy Wilson of Birmingham did all of The color phoTography of The COROLLA BeauTies wiTh The excepfion of page 404, which was The work of Mr. O. T. Earl of Tuscaloosa. Mr. Wilson, in parTicular, gave many hours of his Time for a nominal charge-giving us his usual superb resulTs. The "BeauTy" secTion was furfher enhanced by The beauTiful gowns worn by The BeauTies. MosT of These were graciously loaned To us by Miss Libbie PoTeeT of The Clofhes Horse shop in MounTain Brook. Also we wish To Thank The managemenTs of The following Birmingham esTablishmenTs for leTTing us use Their premises for phoTographing BeauTies: The Club, The Relay l-louse, The Parliamenf l-louse, The Birmingham Museum of Arf, Office Park, and The Gay Ninefies Barber Shop. Many of The picTures in The "SporTs" secTion were given To us for use by The Birmingham News. BeTween The News and Mr. Charlie ThornTon of The Sporfs PubliciTy Office, we were well fixed for maferial in This secTion. Mr. MaTT ClinTon, a Tuscaloosa hisTorian, provided us wiTh many of The inTeresTing anecdofes found in The "Classes" secTion. We are graTeful To him for The Time he spenT in The CORCDLLA office spinning yarns abouT Uni- versiTy hisTory and generally delighTing The sTaff. Page 584 Ei Q U E 5 A: ' Qx, vlvlffifi- H I I. Q I Q u,y 14 -, QXXII Q' wi-P ? Q ,tg I I , ? X gzzggg W Q,2:vL,n I 5 v w Q Q A 4 Eff' A ' 19 f Q Q5 4 gm ,I ati I - 'N X 'V Q fi ,Egg I W ,' 5I.l', 74 I I 1 ' f ,Spa . -N' P wi'-f. 4-, . 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