University of Alabama - Corolla Yearbook (Tuscaloosa, AL)

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Dr. Pow, the University of Alabama's Vice-President for Academic Affairs, has dedicated himself to the quest for excellence in higher education. And he has plotted for the University of Alabama a course to follow in that quest. It is but a small acknowledgement of his dedication that: The 1967 Corolla Himself a scholar, holding degrees from three universities -including a Ph.D. from New York University-Dr. Pow has sought to impart his love for knowledge to the entire Uni- versity community. A student of political science, Dr. Pow has distinguished himself-and at the same time won honor and respect for the University-through such positions as membership on the National Core Group for NASA-university relations, The Federal Committee on Education and Social Security, and the U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on Gov- ernment Research. Dr. Pow is a father, a scholar, a Presbyterian, a Democrat, and a loyal son of his Alma Mater, the University of Alabama. is dedicated to Dr. Alex S. POW ALEXANDER SIMPSON POW Vice President for Academic Affairs a1,,s,, ,.L,,1, , Q . ,t,. .,..4, 'L - ,Q--.Q .-K. '-, 'hir-'nfs-QM-' H18 just another year? ' ' The school year, 1966-67 was an era with its own Q personality. That personality included war, i prejudice, success, failure, misunderstanding, and the rear th f cl'd 'tr cl h N b IP" y eyznawarte oe nze fe, Because there was no peace. A ' left and died and everything went same, There was neither victory nor de- Ones said, "cool it, baby, there ,students sat in serious discus- Vrlr the Generation Gap. And their heads because,-they Q 4-4 kv V" f 1 -4 L w 'U J, :A 1 ,M -Maha 1 mr. Page 10 ms , ms F ORBXDDEN .xv . XS"---.. Y 29 E. .W 3' X X 'YI' J' W., ?4 QNX M. X - 25'- 5 ,V Ml , . 5, gk 4 " I . V,-f . , A., S fu r .nm 3, u . W2 I ', , ,., Y - . ,- ' 2 A ff, :gy X fx -W, B4 gi. 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's..,,N.M Auuavufawiu lllxxx Page 25 be spring of hope-- CDR. RE N NE EAR- rEnNlTY TJESUS Y. I E S MINC ADY xgiiwu-rv-f 2 ,. ' , ' fi?" . V if 3' ,,f,,.5w .vv f1H"" ' 1-1 re: I , ng-L,M.,A. . P A. ,IW 17'-Y. if 1. fx " , if 4. z ' A 4 I iq '-. 4 r V NYE .ff gr' Y Page 28 gb -1 P vg,gQS5'?b 929 ginlu ffihisvf W M Q29 ,-5z. ,. V X Wisqmkql If jj If was the wmtevf of aiispmzf 'ww ' rw-,..,,.,, ,,,, A 4 1-5-.w.W my Ju 1 ik ' x Unifed Press International Page 33 ADANCE .A TOICMZN NX vzemm f N' IN THP9 DAME I YHAVE W3 f X 5 MEOL' IZED A NATION HU FLUX ESTAELISH - 5. HDVEETV- IN6 FRESH APPROACHES TO THE PROBLEMS Op, S-gf CRIME HJ THE STREETS AMD CML f - Rbwe' X Q ADAMFE TO 16767 M, 9 vw N ? QIQAYJITFSTEHZEL1-1 X if Q y Q tk - . ' of ' 4 Q , 5.4 s ., T What did students think ahout in 1967? Mainly tln,-y thought about the things that afli-Q-tc-tl tln-nn, their university, their state, and tlnrn' vountry. They thought seriously almout world events and ideologies, They approached the proh- lems in different ways, and they drew dif- ferent conclusions. They were the most informed generation in history. On the following pages art- the thoughts, ideas, and observations of seven students of the university. There are more than 15,000 of these es- says at the University of Alabama, all of them somewhat alike, hut so vely much dif- ferent from the rest. . Perhaps these seven points of view are representative. . . ' ' d e entered college to think, to Search, tv fumlmate to Ehicgger' BIETFVEIG 3:23- V ourselves in the center of controversy, reflected images o 011 v I , zine. We soon discovered that we could be the center of attraction when srijnie frantic on-the-spot reporter warned his fellow citizens to look to thhe Vi If some damn Bama student decided to negotiate De-nnv Qlumes wit lsd. te Synl Even though we deny that such conditions exist within our lmme 121 6 6 t. - -.ami an it . 1 4- 'T ro ent ie that all students are going to H6117 We are Still being scrutlmzed iil: .W-'FT X, . ll-if xr pulalic. The truth of the matter is that the public thinks that the student ,i..rJ., ..,s .. is a conglomeration of mischief, immorality, and our future .h0Pe5- And the V isbf student in return thinks that both the public and its institutions are shallow -it h 't' l. , , . anlin fzfffefiixaicflhe responsibility of good citizenship, m0fh9I'S fj1PPle PIF: ground hog day, and pizza are all part of the SYSYCIH- But Raid'0ff hlghWaY 1115990505 and the slush funds of the Senate Sump and price and Plam1'?d Obso ez cence are part of the system, too. But the iromc thing lS that American Yout- has never seriously challenged the status quo that has bugged hu? ffom hls adolescent life. He may have challenged something, through a swim-in, or a . sit-in but if he has faced the svstem at all, he has accepted compromise or even abyect Idefeat. . D Man of us have wondered why there is a New Left. We are curious about their motives and their ultimate .ob- ' t' y We are s ellbound by their tactics and maneuvers. We admire their initiative, intelligence, and activism. ligiitnififfio the New Iloeft is, how it came to be, and where it plans to go are questions that puzzle even the New Left's supporters. Everyone wants to know where and what the action is going to be, suspectmg, hopefully or fear- I e e W L e t. ' 0 Ham Brown, a junior majoring in po- Zitieail science, is co-chairman of the University Human Rights Forum. He participated in the Free Speech move- ment at the University of California at Berkeley and .served as an organizer for student yorotests at Utah State University. fully, that sooner or later lt will be here Qlbtlle Mode:-nie an, fl . 1 O Most of the active student radicals today come from It is worth noting that the conditions of the Univer- the middle to upper-middle class professional homes. sity life which dismayed the Berkeley rebels are present They were born with status and affluence as facts of life, not goals to strive for. Their parents stressed the right of children to question and make judgements, pro- ducing perhaps the first generation of young people both affluent and independent of mind. They came to college eager and enlightened as Mario Savio said: Many of us came to college with what we later acknowledged were rather romantic expectations, erhaps mostly unexpressed at first, about what a delight and adjventure learning would be. We really did have unanswered questions searching for words, though to say so sounds almost corny. But once at college we quickly lose much of the romantic vision, although, fortunately, some never give in to the disappointment. Discovering that college 1S really high school grown up and not significantl Y more-challanging, many console themselves with th-e realization that it 1S not much more difficult either But then these students encountered social institutions that denied them their independence and betrayed the democratic ideals they were taught. They saw that their educators were careerists, that administrators and ministers almost never discussed the realities the student lived with, that even their parents were not true to the ideals they taught the young. here as well: an administration devoted to domestic tranquility and the pursuit-of excellence that seems to have little to do with the quality of student life or with dedication to teaching. The dark cloud of Montgom- ery politics hangs over the campus, shrouding dissent, shading out candor. Students feel the distance between themselves and the decisions others make about their lives, but thus far the typical response has been with- drawal and not anger. Inspired leadership could involve students in the planning of educational policy and con- cerned students could demand such involvement. No such offers or demands have yet been made. At the same time liberal-left students were beginning to confront the universities with their dreams and the society with its own principle they were involving them- selves in specific issues of national policy. In the early sixties hundreds and sometimes thousands of students turned out for marches and peace vigils organized by the New Left. The consummation of the Test Ban Treaty, coupled with a growing awareness of our esca- lating war in Viet Nam, were among the factors opera- ting to make the Viet Nam War the major national and international concern of the students of the New Left. Feeling about the War among the student left runs high, so high that work on other issues is often sacri- ficed. A leaflet distributed during this Spring's protest against the appearance of Secretary of State Dean Rusk on the Alabama campus emphasized the urgency of the- students' concern: The effects of the war must by now be unmistakable. Domestic programs crucial to the lives of the poor, and hardly even be- gun, are being crippled or discarded because available resources are being used to fight the war. Division among our people grow deeper, and they will not easily be healed. Our govem- ment appears stubbornly and fiercely attached to the ideas and the mistakes of the past-to a picture of monolithic communism as yet unadjusted to the realities of Communist differences, and to a policy of intervention where our vital interests are not involved . . . We are dismayed by our government's attempts to manipulate public discussion by withholding information for political reasons. Overoptimistic predictions and inaccurate denials about essential aspects of the war have made discussions of policy difficult. The credibility gap exists, and it is a danger to our democratic govemment. The opposition in Alabama face' a society more firmly in support of the war than any other in the United States, and activists here have felt a responsibility to lies around the country have been effectively involved in significant ways in the problems of civil rights and civil liberties, foreign policy, student freedom and edu- cational reform. For a while, most of this activity was to be found in sporadic responses to particular issues or to high-handed actions by inept administrators. Some- thing new, however, has begun to emerge. Community organizing, civil rights activity, and the growth of some national student organizations have meant the development of a sizable number of people who are regularly in touch with the political order and who have the skills and the knowledge necessary to suc- cessful political organization. At Alabama, sporadic political activity is still the rule, and the functioning liberal-left community is al- most invisible. But for each student who has taken part in some sort of political activity, there are dozens who share many of the criticisms and hopes voiced here. Yet interest and concern have not been translated into ac- tion, and campus liberals feel impotent and isolated, retreating into patters and activities they will know are sterile and parochial. To change this situation we need a political communi- A Challenge to the Status Quo By Hampton E. Brown, Ill ffunmnifa rid Ili-'F ll' llol !i1m:1'ic'u nisi In voice their dissent and enco-Lufage public discussion. But they, like others in the protest movement, find the ad- ministrationis unbending adherence to its course a source of disillusionment and disaffection among their followers. One of the lessons the New Left is taught time and time again is that a movement based around a single issue is almost certain to be temporary: apparent success or apparent failure will kill it quickly. The New Left insists the United States cannot make the world over in its own images. It cannot impress its own concepts and institutions on other nations. Most important, it cannot pursue a foreign policy of "anti- communismv to the exclusion of other considerations. Yet if anything marks American political orientation and direction, it is its paranoia over Communism. If our policy makers had their way, we would not contain Communism, we would destroy it-destroy it in a most literal sense, laying waste to the land and taking lives on the most massive scale imaginable. There exists in Viet Nam an entire generation that has not known one day free from war, yet our policy makers insist we are only interested in the good of the Vietnameese people. It is these protestations, as much as the bombing and the destruction, that keep the New Left's attention riveted on Viet Nam, regardless of any queftion of tactical or strategic advantage of their other goa s. But for all their moralism, the New Left and their al- L, 077 ui'-135 . ty, a continuing conversation about important issues and problems among people capable of organizing action when action is necessary. Demonstrations con- cerning matters of public policy should not be left by default to the "hippies". Attempts to change University policy should have the support an an articulate body of students, investigating the issues carefully and capable of persistent long-term action. For students who would like to act if only there might be some hope of accomplishment, the primary good news of student politics is the discovery of how easy political a-ction really is. Political organ-izations and programs always depend for their success on a few people, who encourage com- munication and who build the ties of loyalty and friend- ship that make an organization tolerant of diversity and at the same time desirous of unity. Four friends started the sit-ins in South Carolina, and an equal number of students have more than once founded successful campus political parties. A few such friends, with planning and hard work, could build with- in a year or two a lasting political community that would transform this University. " e meer! eieeeele whether mem exerts eely fee the Smre, eff ef be controls By Karren Booth Sure! I voted for Ronald Rea- gan for Governor of California, as did all other Californians who were fed up with the stagnant, liberal, Democratic policies that had plagued the State for the past eight years. Some people seem to believe that conservatism cle facto em- plies a lack of willingness to accept change. However, I'm all for change-a change away from centralized governmental control Cwhich has grown progressively since before 19395 toward more individual responsibility. I can't think of any Conservative who wants to return to the "good old horse and buggy Qand, by the way, out-housel daysf, but rather a return to sane govern- ment. Possibly the word xsane" sounds a little harsh, or to quote an old cliche, slightly reaction- ary. So, I would like to pose a question for you as a critic to contemplate. The great father, "source of all goodiesf, in Wash- ington is deeply involved at the present in what he calls the War on Poverty. Please dorft mis- My owe elesimyn understand, I'm completely op- posed to poverty, but I feel that people have the responsibility to pull themselves out of it-not to throw the burden off on you and me. At any rate, I imagine that its universally accepted that e'i.P'1 Wifi' ?!D nu-Q X , 1, . . N , ' J' iiil-Q by .5 I 3 alt? W1 319,000 a year is a fairly good salary. COnly one person per thousand in the Department of Defense receives this much.j Yet, one employee out of every nineteen in the Poverty Program receives said wage! But that's not all, there is a town called Gun Springs in Virginia which qualified for poverty aid. The Page 38 A senior Home Economics major from Los Angeles, Karren Booth has become recognized across the Cap- stone campus as the spokesman for the "Responsible Conservatives." In her defense of the Young Bight, Karren points a finger of accusation at an "ever-expanding Federal Govern- ment." On one point she does agree with the campus liberals, however: The U.S. should "pull-outv of Viet Nam. F e d e r al Government sent 874,000 to Gun Springs-354,000 for administratiors, salaries and 320,000 for the poor! Is this sanity? As a Conservative, one of my pet peeves is centralized govern- ment. The basic doctrine of our Founding Fathers Cas out-dated as some think it isj, was small federal government with mostly local control. Today, it takes ap- proximately 12 doctors to care for the medical needs of every 10,000 people, 40 mechanics to keep the cars of every 10,000 Americans running, 37 telephone employees for every 10,000 people to keep our vast telephone communications systems opera- ting, and 130 Federal employees to manage the affairs of each 10,000 of us. Since government in itself has no source of income except through the people, those are our tax dollars that keep the big machine running. Alexis de Toqueville, said 100 years ago, "The end of freedom comes when the party in power learns l l 1 The frustrations of a Conservative. An expanding government and a war we will not win. K -,.. ,.. f s. 1, 1 X Y yfi, it can perpetuate itself through taxationf' How does that old say- ing go? . . . 'he who refuses to heed the lesson of history is doomed to repeat it., Education is the foundation of freedom and is traditionally a local project. Now the ever- expanding, federal government is sticking its finger into this field, too. Under the federal aid to education program, the govern- ment claims the right land they should if they're financing itj to dictate which text books are to be used. In some parts of our country right now students are studying from history books which devote an entire chapter to public welfare, and not a line to Patrick Henry. fThese are supposed to be history texts-not current eventsll. Although opinions are varied among Conservatives on the Vietnam War policy, I for one, feel we should pull out. We, as a nation on the breeck of put- ting a man on the moon, are surely capable of defeating a small, impoverished, under- developed nation in Southeast Asia. However, it seems relative- ly obvious at this point that we are not going to. Therefore, I would say that it is a waste of American lives to stay there any longer. As General MacArthur said, we enter wars to win them and any war which is not won, is lost. We appear to be losing rapidly in Vietnam. Perhaps the most frequent ac- cusation I hear about Conserva- tives is that we are not realistic. I beg to differ on that account. The most favored way of settling disputes in some political camps is through the conference table. Again, don't misunderstand me. Ideologically, the conference table is without exception the This brings a joke to mind: One day a hunter was out in the woods, he wanted to shoot a bear for a fur coat. As he crept through the branches, he came face to face with a beautiful, but oery hungry Brown Bear. Seeing the barrel of the gun zeroing in on him, the bear said, "you look like a rational man. Why don,t we sit down and talk this situ- ation ooerPv Being a typical American, the hunter agreed and they sat down to talk. At the end of their con- ference, each had what he want- ed-the bear, a full stomach and the hunter, a fur coat. Freedom is fragile and there have only been a few moments of it in history. Most of these have been here under the free enterprise system and constitu- tional form of government. An individual cannot be part free and part slave. He is either free or not free. I agree with Governor Reagan when he said that this is our mo- ment of truth. We must decide whether man exists only for the State of if he controls his own destiny. As a Conservative, I M..- best way to have a meeting of ii yg3k.r would prefer to believe that the minds. However, it has not each man not only controls his worked in the past and shows no sure signs of further success. Page 39 own destiny but has a right and responsibility to decide upon it. "We have no eight to deny them ez veecem' x. YEA By Pettus Randall - o ma ic? Does it have owers to transform supposedly immature people int? cllbeafjlgfltliicflcihwglflfhlatcfilfg Individuals? Are the thrge years between the ages of eighteen and twenity- one so significant in the life of an individual as to transform his character or the way he might vote. The age of twenty-one has become a tradition in America. At this age,'as if over night, young men and Women supposedly become mature conscientous adults. Yet, there is nothing sacred or magic about being twenty-one years old. It has nothing to do with the American dream of democracy. In fact, the tradition is derived from English common law, and is based on the age a man could legally become a knight. Like many traditions, time and the progress of man has declared it invalid. This progress and the pressures of a troubled and changing world has placed greater demands and responsibilities upon youth than any other time in history. Consequently, a more alert, mature and intelligent young America has developed to meet these ever-1n- creasing demands. This development is clearly seen in the eighteen and twenty-one year l . O is generally agreed that this age group has had more education than any other genera- tion in history. As evidence, a current events test given recently by a national television net- if work scored this group among the highest, demonstrating their awareness of what is going on in the world around them. In the fall of 1966, of the 12,000,000 Americans who were be- tween the ages of eighteen and twenty-one, 3365 were attending college, 60W working L full time, 18fZn were in the armed forces Cmenl, and about 10? were unemployed Cmany are in more than one of these categories, as figures overlapj . . . Yet, less than 4? of these citizens had the- right to vote. '- Now, more than ever, the United States calls upon her youth to participate in the affairs of the Nation. VVe depend on this age group to help represent the American people in Viet Nam. They risk their lives and often die in the defense of democracy, but We don't give them a voice in it. In addition to their participation in war effort, We send them to foreign countries as our ambassadors in the Peace Corps, they sign job contracts and pay taxes, they are tried in adult courts, many marry and have children, and in Georgia and Kentucky they vote and participate in local and national elections. . 5 1755 Being between the ages of eighteen and twenty-one poses a dilemma in the United States today. Our advanced educational system and the effects of the mass media have prepared this age group for citizenship. Our society recognizes this preparedness by asking these young people to take on adult responsibilities and suffer adult consequences, yet we deny :if R jet" them an adult voice. This paradoxical relationship hurts our country as well as these young 'N ' ,. Americans. Iohn Stuart Mill, the renowned English philosopher, warned of the dangers of this kind of arrangement when he said: alt is a personal injustice to withhold from any- 5 one, unless for greater evils, the ordinary privilege of having his voice heard in the dis- A 555:-' - posal of affairs in which he has the same interest as other peoplev and whoever "has no 'I Q voice, and no prospect of attaining it, will either be a permanent malcontent or will feel as one whom the general affairs of society do not concern." We cannot afford for these young Americans to treat these grave responsibilities with a childlike concern, We have no right to deny them a voice in a way of life in which they are fighting and dieing to preserve. We are commiting a grave disservice to our country by. giving t ese young Americansicitizensf responsibility and by training them for citizen ship and at the same time denying them the greatest right and responsibility of a citizen -the right to vote. BY Ewing thi ei8hte9H't0-fWCUfY-QQ? year old the right to vote, we will encourage this age group to ta enon greater responsibilities and to better fulfill the ones We have alread Y given them, we will nurture an even greater artici at' ' - ' more fundame t It U . . p. p ion in our democracy, and what is earned it n a 0 our principles, we will give the right to vote to those citizens who have Page 40 "TbQ1 leezel ez sheltered existence..." ,www s By Ed Still Ulf they are old enough to fight, they are old enough to votef, So the argement runs time after time. And time after time they are wrong. But their argument is emotionally persuasive. The proponents of this argument never stop to consider the logical extension of it. Girls do not fight, pacifists do not fight, college students do not fight, but they would all be able to vote at 18 if the law were changed. If fighting somehow qualifies one to vote Ca sort of extra hazardous duty allow- ancel, then we should limit the franchise to those over 21 and those over 18 who are veterans or servicemen. Australia did this during World War 11. But fighting and voting are diametrically opposed methods of solving problems: one utilizes force, the other, supposidly, reason. Young men are used in the army because they can be trained to follow orders more easily. Exactly those qualities that we hope to find in the voter-a question- ing mind, an independent spirit, experience in the real world-are more often lack- ing in youth than in their elders. To be sure, youth have a desire for independ- ence-from responsibility. Others have said that all 18-year-olds should be allowed to vote because they are more idealistic and more interested. Idealism, like a whale, must run into the sharp harpoon of reality before it can light the world. Too few 18- A Y year-olds have any contact with reality in large bunches. They are in high school, just out of high school, or just entering college. They lead a sheltered existence in a false world where it makes little difference who wins the Student Council or SGA elections. They are not more interested. They stay away from the polls in droves. The voting age in Georgia and Kentucky is 18, in Alaska 19, and in Hawaii 20. The Census Bureau reports that only 392W of those under 21 and eligible to vote in these four states bothered to vote in the 1964 Presidential Election. The 21 to 24 age group send 51.372 of its members to the polls. The peak voting participation is reached in the 45-54 age group with 76.196 voting. Let us suppose now that 18-year-olds are allowed to vote in Alabama. Would Alabama then pass laws to make these voters full adults with the right to make con- tracts, get married, drink liquor? Perish the thought. To get married without parental consent in Alaska or Georgia, a boy must be 21, even though he could vote 2 or 8 years earlier. In Kentucky both the boy and girl must wait 8 years after their first ballot to get married. 1 can see the headlines now: aPop refuses marriage consent to son who voted Republicanf, Only Hawaii is consistent with its 20-year-old limit on voting and marriage. Why are they old enough to vote but not to marry? Page 41 A Plan for Freeing The S tu d e I1 t By Bill Shamblin P S S The editor's rights: ". . . there's no such creaturef, In an era when concern for Academic Freedom is foremost in the minds of students across the country, the freedom of the student press is perhaps the most vulnerable of academic freedoms, Bill Shamblin, Vice President of Student Government and former CRIMSON- WHITE editor, is the immediate past president of the UNITED STATES STUDENT PRESS ASSOCIATION. Here, Shamblin, outlines the steps he deems necessary for a truly free student press. Pg 42 Contrary to popular opinion among members of the student press, there is no such creature as a constitutional guarantee of freedom of the press which applies to editors. Before I continue, let me say that I'm tired of C-W editors who create controversies over such heated issues as whether to endorse or not to endorse candidates merely for publicity, when everyone knows that the C-W has been endors- ing candidates for years in one fashion or another. I don't think this case has anything to do with freedom of the student press. Meanwhile, back to Carpentefs Hall. Rather than the rights of editors, the Constitu- tion defends the rights of publishers. And if a campus newspaper is legally published for subsidizedl by its institution, then the "free- domsv belong to the administration and the stu- dent editor does not have any inherent rights. This is the harsh reality, if it were more widely understood there would be less nonsense written about freedom of the student press. We live in age of fairly enlightened university administrations, and most colleges do not like to be put in the position of "censoring" their student paper. It creates an unfavorable public image, and it breeds discontent in the student body. In addition, censorship plays upon the con- sciences of college presidents who like to be thought of as open-minded and liberal toward student opinion Calthough, to be sure, the editor of a newspaper at a small girls, school was fired this year for criticizing the cafeteria foodi. It seems to me that if a University is legally responsible for what appears in its paper, then it must exercise some degree of supervision over the paper. No other course would be legally wise. However, let me point out that there is no reason, really why a university should publish its student newspaper. If I were a college president, I would not want the headache attached to legal responsibility for the contents of a student newspaper. I would consider it wiser to separate the newspaper from the school and let the editors have their freedom -and a taste of responsibility, too. Many of Americais greatest college newspa- pers are published by private corporations. The list includes Th-e Harvard Crimson, the Michigan Daily, Cornell Daily Sun, The Daily Texan, The Daily Illini, the Wisconsin Daily Cardinal. But these papers are in the decided minority. It seems clear that an independent student newspaper would best serve its campus. A policy which encourages independence and freedom in student enterprises is better, both for the students and the university. Freedom of ex- pression of student editorial policy carries with it corresponding responsibility. Intelligent and responsible students, do not, as a rule, abuse the privilege of freedom of expression. If the University of Alabama assumed any measure of responsibility for student opinion, two results would follow: First, such a policy would drive student opinion underground. Second, it would force the University to assume responsibili- ty for every student utterance since it would as- sume responsibility for some. Both of these results would be unfortunate. It is my opinion that the Crimson-White should be an independent organ of opinion. It is not enough, however, to create an inde- pendent publishing corporation in order to pro- vide the campus with a free student newspaper. The corporation must be able to support itself. And newspaper economics make it very difficult for a student paper to meet its expenses out of advertising revenue, which is usually limited, and subscription fees. How, then, can the paper pay its bills? There are two fairly workable solutions. The first is to unite the student newspaper and the student yearbook in the same corporation. Year- books are usually profit-makers Cexcept in rare instances when you get s-l-o-w editors and print- ers, as was the case last year, and the yearbook comes out 6 months latel. Yearbook profits can be used to make up the newspaper's deficit. Another solution, which is being considered with interest by a few schools, is to assist the newspaper through a no-strings-attached grant from a non-profit education foundation attached to the university. From both the legal and practical point of view, it is impossible to have a truly free student paper unless a separate publishing corporation is established to free the university from legal responsibility. The effort may seem unreasonable, but the dividends are great for both the editors Cwho gain a priceless freedomj, and the administration. It is for these reasons that the United States Stu- dent Press Association, an organization of more than 300 college newspapers, believes that the financially independent corporation is the best hope for a free student press. Page 43 "There must be a change in Alabama" During 1966-67 the Student Covern- ment Association of the University of Alabama became a co-sponsor, along with the NAACP and other civic groups, of Operation Headstart for Tuscaloosa. Jack Ceren, Secretary-Treasurer of SCA, discusses the effect our involve- ment in that program can have upon the youth of Alabama. 'cThis is not a cricket in the editorial Worldf says Geren, 'cBut We donlt live in an editorial World, We live in Ala- bama. "Many people live in Alabama who are very tolerant. These tolerant people should have their day and their sayf' By Jack Geren "Hell naw, I ainlt gonna let my kids go to school with no Niggerli' If you Were to ask most Alabamians if they Were in favor of integration, this would have been the reply. And if you Were to ask the same people what they thought about the Poverty Program, you would expect something like the following: 'cAll they are doing is giving away money to them damn niggersf' Unfortunately, these replies reflect the feeling of Alabama and its majority on issues which are as vital to the nation as the Vietnam War. The Poverty Program and the response it evokes from the Alabama public serves well as an indice for the attitudes of the Alabama people toward any so- cial, economical, and political change which involves racial issues or can be linked with racial issues. Un- fortunately, this indice is not flattering. It reflects an image of bigotry and prejudice out of association. As an Alabamian opposed to this image I feel that there must be a change in Alabama. This change will not come from the old establishment, it will have to be made through the new breed, the new generation. Of course, we here in Alabama face an overwhehn- ing obstacle in that the leadership of our state repre- sents the focal point for the so-called Conservative Voice. Our past governor is known not only across the nation as the leader of the segregationist view, but also around the World. He has been open- ly critical of the Pov- erty Program as the Federal Covernment means of buying votes. With such a s t r o n g opposition, how can We bring about a more sane approach to the matter of the under-privileged in our state? It is my contention and belief that the hope for the future lies With the youth of Alabama. College stu- dents, and also those not attending institutions of higher learning, will have to come to the aid of their state. These people are now thinking about the con- flicts they see around them and are beginning to form their opinions about the issues which are prevalent in our society. The importance of a fairly presented case Page 44 for this controversial program is imperative. If they are allowed to be molded under a system that has al- ready prejudiced itself against the Negro race and thereby anything connected with these people, then there is hardly any chance for Alabama to progress with the rest of the nation. Gui' hope is that these youth will be allowed to formulate their own conclusions about the value of the Poverty Program and its various branches in an objective environment. The natural question to ask is, 'ijust how do you present an attitude of complete objectivity in a state like Alabama-to young people Whose environment is one of complete prejudice'?D the dilemma. I can think of no better way to illustrate this than by this example: The Student Government Association at the Uni- versity of Alabama is now involved in an attempt to present the students here with a chance to see both sides of the story about Operation Headstart, a vital part of the Poverty Program. SGA,s involvement in the program is basically a sponsoring organization. No money or compulsary student participation is included in the agreement. The arrangement simply guarentees that SGA will have representation on the controlling board of the Tuscaloosa program. Well, I will be the first to admit that I don't know, more over, complete objectivity could never the the situation, even outside Alabama. However the task that is before us is so large that the smallest indenture in the hard shell of this state would be a monumental step toward solving our prob- lem. It is here that I believe that youth can solve Pa This arrangement will allow the students to have a voice in the operation of the program and also re- ceive a first-hand report on how and what the pro- gram is doing. I believe and hope that this arrangement will set new patterns for other schools in our state to follow. ge 45 In Loco P6lV677f25: The old, old, ghost that haunts us still By Richard Magill There exists at the University of Alabama a most archaic and ridiculous concept, that of in loco parentis, in which the administration has assumed the traditional legal authority over stu- dents during their college careers which parents exercise over their children. Through the years, the courts have upheld this concept, however, the courts have been wrong before and I contend that they are unequivocably mistaken nowl Upon becoming a student of this university, especially if you are a woman, you,are expected to submit to assinine social rules, invasion of your privacy, and other atrocities. These abuses to your personal freedom should be abolished immediate- ly, but if the pace of liberation which was set by the eight year old study of the "apartment ruling" is applied to other rules and regulations now existing, it could very well be fifty years before the Coed will cease requiring women stu- dents to wear 'imodest and conservativen two piece bathing suits on the private sun decks of the dorms and sorority houses. The most abominable invasion of your privacy occurs during "dorm checkn. It is completely un- derstandable that the university inspect a stu- dent's room following his vacating the room to ascertain whether or not any damage or theft has occurred. However, it is quite another thing to examine a studentis room weekly to pass judge- ment -on the studentis housekeeping. It is defi- nitely no business- of the administration whether or not a student makes his bed. Students should protest this mvasion most vigorously not relenting until a redress is achieved. Page 46 The very dispicable idea of the administration regulating the hours at which a woman may date, wear bermudas, or go to the snack bar is beyond comprehension. And even less understandable is the manner in which the women students submit to these abuses unless one is reminded of the totalitarian Alabama high schools from whence cometh the majority of these coeds. One can only feel pity and disgust for the women who submit to these rules willfully, for the libertarina coeds must decide for themselves whether or not they want their freedom. You have often heard it said that uonce the stu- dents have exhibited their ability to be respon- sible, then, and only then, will the University grant them their freedoms." I ask-responsible in whose opinion? A student might consider sexual promiscuity quite the normal and responsible thing to do in searching for a life-long mate, Richard Magill, a junior from Prattville, is presently President of the inter-fraternity Council. He was co-chairman of SGA's Empha- sis' ,67. while the Dean of Women might consider this activity aunbecoming an Alabama coedf, Now I ask, who should determine whether or not the activity is responsible and I state with- out hesitation-certainly not the Dean of Women, who is of another generation, a generation gone by. The student must decide for himself what moral guides helwill follow. If the women students ever decide to out from under their beds in hiding from housemother, they will find the overwhelming majority of men students with them in their fight for freedom. But the women students must begin the fight. Page 47 W..-ww,,.! 1 z I , a A I . 4 , JM7 "5-32542 .5 n 1 UQ! 1 'Pd ' 3 , Ali il' .gf . wr--f . hh 'Quia EM' b ff' ,467 it w ggw' ff v 3 i 2 ? il Zag, A ,H A?- 9 -14 asux., - , Y Q... 1 J- J-Q Y fi 'Wx 4, S.-J ,f .. 15? .4 LKX fig, 'Q' as we 'VET gl ' g A 4, G NI, ,J Z pc 3 I Dx 'u .Q , M11 xg" J Mm.. 'fa hw- ' -,gal v .f -- ' ...M '-'wi . ' . Av fi. , , xgkv .Q Q-,l tg. nf v W, 1 gH'a L -,., -. xl -,- . 5 . ,N -Q Page 52 0,-n , LN 1- f-A Wa..g - was ,A "- ..,, Q, vu My .Hm- Q E Z - f f 57 3 4 ' . "w 4, Mr, '.M'ww.,.,,,fi -Q Va gw n ...-.2 4 ' 4 .0' n,, 1 1 u .4 w Q Wy., 3.x -- 'l ...Q ' ,. 'Slab Q8 44 L hqnwmz Page 53 N ' 5-'iff A i 2-Q , - ' 1,1 .5 ' , 3 Lil I . . f- g, fi, E ll ! 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'eff md. - 9- . i I' ' . , .A .1 fm' , . pax- I out of State vmtor to the U'l'llVCl'SltV ol Al'llJ1lll12l9 1967 Festival Arts remarked, "The cmnpus'appezn's to he an island of culture in - ' il sea of ignorance!" The vlsltor, however, was wrong. VVrong IH hen appralsal of both "A sea of ignorance? Not entirely. Famed conductor of the Birmingham Symphony Or- chestra, Amerigo Marino, conducts one of America,s most outstanding civic orchestras. The Birmingham Symphony performs annually at the Capstone as a part of the Concert and Lecture series. Page 94 Ranked by critics among the foremost chamber music organizations of the country, the Cadek Quartet has achieved its present eminent position through years of successful concert tours in an area covering the entire United States. Its reputation has been further enhanced by television concerts and several series of nationwide broadcasts. No longer considered exclusive, chamber music is becoming popular with general audiences largely through the efforts of quartets-in-residence at such major universities as Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, and Texas, as well as the University of Alabama. The 1967 tour of the Cadek Quartet included a concert at Iuliard. Page 95 1967 FESTIVAL of ARTS The Bach Aria Group, a world-famous instrumental vocal ensemble. The Bach Aria Group has achieved its interna- tional reputation through concerts, recordings, and broad- casts. It is the only organization of its kind in the United States. Page 96 9 9 2 ' . 2 Q In ,z 47 'f J 1' W .. ., ' 1 fjjl , . 5 in " ' Ls: -. .asv I f mt " Q. A 5 k ' 1 is 5 S - , f, I 5 A.,, 5.5 I r Q. ff if f X 1. . f 9 J 5 f ' z v 1 ' 221 . , Wg. Y 1 ,-ff' , , i. " ,f 3 'Xt f f ...., ' , : f f flj, if J U, , " iii M- ' N RWM All 11.51 .,,l':::gI: Q '- if l i '72 ,gf ve ,xv f ,XD cz XX .fx ,yn f f ff fax, 1,3 , fx .' V - , . U f-'rw -0 M 1 W: dw, xxx Arg fa ' X4 7, - -.r N ,J ,i l buuv if if l . The smash Broadway hit musical, Half a Sixpense was presented at the Capstone by the Concert and Lecture series as a part of the Festival of Arts. A cast of twenty-six, a full orchestra, and stage crew made up the road show version of the play based on H. G. Wells' celebrated novel, Kipps. Page 98 S-5 66 Half .wmv W' 'X u f 'L3" !' ?7f 'J . f"15M Af v ,. I ' 'K ff , - . gf '- . . ' U V - fx 'f1.:'f 4. XM: 2, 1 ,Q 1 I ' Q, , Y .,-, I, ,, , - - X - , Q4 vs, 4 2, N 1 ff ' ' . . ' K- X X W:ff1fif!fWf2'wm,,, A x-. .- .' , ,. , . ff'QLffff1?,r'42Af?i' ., I Q K N y W- """ - "Jw ' . , - 2 ' fb' W1 pw ' Q., ,vfi fff I .,f- f'1i'fff'f' f - . K - Sixpence" S X 4 A , g fw W , ,HK W ""' '47 ww' . ,nik mmf' " 2-MLM, 'f L Page 99 'Yi WSE 953 iw I-Ysf, 1' visa -:GN X my ,M 4 Kenneth Nelson, Star of Half a Sixpence V. 'Q , .1-ef pm 5 5 0 vw ,-f 1 A fs, .1 3 lg' 45, ff 1 , .21 -Q , , M ug ff i ff ? , v ga Q, .4 f If .124 - if g af' 4 ' af my J I ,. yy, .. 5 ,, I ,,. ,,5, A ,. . f use , , . +- -X,-q,f.:':.1 Hy,':z,1,.w4 f V- " " V V .QYLM 1'.26f"Jff"g"Xfy:,-i'Q63.Cf,I .2.S'.fi".f- A. J , f, f a. ,. .- :mg7'-'35-L,:,q-f:,-1, 'y13:"",33.f' ,ff ,,. 4 f 5' An. ,TV kin i , 'lffzi V 4, iff ,f , 57337. V ff-,fi f' 42, ,fy Jvfzvilggp? , ., 229.4 , ,g f V I, -' 17 7 . 4 fx lf' fl 13 I' :W ' Pg 104 .l 1. 113 KJ1 LFXLVLIJLJLX SYMPHGNY OF PHILADELPHIA ' Anshel Brusilow, Conductor X I UA CONCERT-LECTURE SERIES Fosrsn Aumronlum ' FEBRUARY 2, 1961, at ans p.m. Admission: S easo n Ticket, Activity Card Single Admission 52.00 Tickets at Union Bldg. 81 Lustigs Anshel Bmsilow, Conductor 9 37 25? 32 2 5 5 .1 94 2 2 5 E Q 5 2 2 2 2 S 5 E 5 Q 5 R 4'- 3. SY it ax ?S Page 108 "Some people think we,re way out over heref says the art depart- ment's Way out head, Dr. Theadore Klitzkee. "But maybe thafs what creativity is, anyway. You've got to be different to createf, Any afternoon of the Week, fifty-two weeks out of the year, you Will find around Garland, VVoods, and Clark the most liberal thinking, funny dressing people in the state of Alabama. These are also Alabama's most talented people. Way Out? Hell, yes, theylre Way out, and that's what makes their contribution to the cultural atmosphere of the campus so great. Page 109 "The Little Angels," a brilliant childrerfs folk-dance group of Korea, toured the United States as a program sponsored by the Korean Cultural and Freedom Foundation, Inc. Their concert at the University of Ala- bama was through the auspices of the Concert and Lecture Series. Adding to the enchantment of the performance was a series of spec- tacular costumes and accompaniment by seven of Koreals most famous professional musicians, who performed on at least fifty different native instruments. jf fl Ji 7' Z The Little Angels .,k. ., N M , Page 112 ,Mm A ff ff! cf Ai an w . a ' 4 I Pianist, Iohn Browning, who just returned from a tour of the Soviet Union, was presented by Cz'xL. Page 'I14 Nancy W'alker and Scott McKay star in the Broadway comedy, LUV. The two play a married couple whos affection is mercurial. The presentation was also by CDL. 'Qu N 19194 J, ,, ., ,. Perhaps the highlight of the 1967 Concert and Lecture Series was the Goldovsky Grand Opera Theater presentation of "Piigoletto A company of fifty, including the director Boris Goldvosky, was used for the production Page 116 Alexander Gray starred as Rigoletto in Verdfs most popular opera Page 'I 17 S Q S S x x S S N S x S N 5 S x S N S X S X Q Q X S S N S S S S S S S S S S S w x S X x X N S S X S S X Q S m Z Z f Z f Z 4 Page 'I18 "Mn Operav: Boris Goldovsky, director Page 119 M sg. an ,ww Y? ,M ,ff ' mm :f:z6,2f'ff,311: 12542 fi Qs .' 6? , me ga 9' 5 5 4702 M 4 5 Mozart just wouldn't have believed it! Faculty composer David Cohen and associates are creating music with a computer. A sequence of numbers, representing gradations of sound, punched into computer tape emerge from a Digital to Analog Converter as electrical pulses that are transformed into music via an am- plifier. A grant from IBM Corporation supported the project. Page 121 The Rhos Male Vocal Choir made its first American tour pre- senting a program of Welsh and English folk songs, classical works, and excellent selections from contemporary compositions. Page 122 Carnegie Hall, Philharmonic Hall, New Yorkls Town Hall, the New York City Cen-ter, Bostonls Symphony Hall, and Londonls Royal Festival Hall had only recently been the scene of resounding successes for Shirley Verrett whose bril- liant star has risen to new heights in the musical firmiment before her ap- pearance here at the Alabama capstone. Following Shirley Verret-t's debut recital at Philharmonic Hall in 1963 the New York HERALD TRIBUNE wrote: ". . . an absolute triumph. Any lingering doubts about Miss Verreitls place among the world's great singers may now be put to rest, her place is among the fore- most of this or any other age? s age 123 TFSQL.sif4w f ,sw W Q -- wmx .1 x.,. A4 S TSW iv 28? 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This is not entirely by ueeitlent: The Student Government Constitution gives the Cotillion Club an exclusive monopoly over any luucl-raising show. This year's programme ineluclecl the Righteous Brothers, April Stephens and Nino Tempo, the Kingston Trio, the Ramsey Lewis Trio, and other popular entertainers u . 1 f -imfilzis, , 4? K-1' ,Af ", , iz' iff i fa ,. ' 1 f- ' - .-,, " ' . '1 . if-. -fx I x..f:1'rf ,, 1114-'f:V L gf ' :f .mf : lr ' 5 ' lwzwrqi F f .43 32 .1 1:14 1 A X 51+ - .. iff--41 -I R4-JP31'eif'f'1wm .V f J' A - THE RAMSEY LEWIS TRIO f- 519 -gf? if 2 fl R.: 1.5 sm? 3 ,Y 5. Page 134 A if J I 1 5. i W 1' v 3 v 'V S "W-N E - 1 i I I 6 I sr X 'fs A v X I Q Q I A ..,.. k V , E a 3, E? Km , X ' W7 QQ ' . ,.,-, .,.,....,. 4. . .,...,.,.,...,....,.,,.. , ..,,,. . - , Vf.,..-- V-V-.-.w-Q:-1.--mfg-1' I-5 r-'K 4Z'W'.fVVi,' ':g'4a'5f2'QT1f1?.?4.q.4.1 V-,.,5'.:.z,:5':32wT:fV,.rffg,V'1,-V'i ' f- Zwigu. 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'Uimm ,g 4-:an-2' , .sk ' .,-rf N ZFGWQZH... Im?fi'm"f7"--1- VV .-waiaiiwl -... .. ...ff V...' M -we--. V- V .2553 V . . "J,'r-I 1' ' -' ' I . wywgybaff' . .V muh 4vQ5w..q- -. c-W. mai' .sv ,.:.a1.! -f .V V N . 1 Q.. ', ff T ' "" 'ir' ' ' ' ""' "' ""' U cl Emir I F HANK ROSE u 3 r he plots a forward course "Excellent scholars, competent administrators, serious students, and the interested public have brought fer- ment and inquiry to the University campus," Frank A. Prose, president of the University of Alabama, said in his State of the University address this year. Listing many specific examples to illustrate his pic- ture of a university expanding in "infinite new direc- tions," Dr. Rose pointed out an upward rise in the academic atmosphere at the Capstone in conjunction with an outward expansion of facilities and services. Perhaps the most outstanding development of the academic year was the elevation of the Birmingham and Huntsville extension centers to full Universities. The University of Alabama in Birmingham, and the Univer- sity of Alabama in Huntsville have, in their first year of adulthood, multiplied many times the vast area of academic development pursued by the University. Both campuses began operation with an enrollment of more than 5,000. Upward? Meanwhile, back at the Capstone, the surge of new students was far from being relieved by the two new campuses. VVith better than 12,000 fulltime students enrolled, a total of 20,000 is expected in Tuscaloosa by 1975. Summer school enrollment now stands near 7,000. "The most significant feature of our enrollment pic- ture is the increase in the number of graduate students." The ratio of gra iuates to undergraduates is rapidly ap- proaching 1 to 3. Last year 769 doctoral and master's degrees were awarded by the University. Over half of the permanent Main Campus faculty hold the Ph.D. degree. "One of the ways to measure the progress of a uni- versity and its faculty is to examine the support which they receive from non-legislative sources." In the past nine years, the University's non-legislative support has increased twelve-fold. Page 138 19557 1960 The Federal Government is by far our largest contrib- utor. Since 1958, Uncle Sam has poured more than 9555,000,000.00 into the University. Additional assistance has come from private investors. In recent years, an increased emphasis on interna- tional programs has been prominent on the Main Cam- pus. Last year the retiring president of the American University in Cairo, Egypt, accepted the position of director of the Office for International Programs. At present the University offers 278 courses of study with international content, provides the director of a three-university anthropology research program in Mexico, conducts archaeological research in X-Kulcican Cave, the Yucatan, and offers training in secondary education in Colombia and Mexico City. The Univer- sity School of Commerce established a business school at the University of Pusan, Korea. one eva Q Q' Maw, fi-ff 'mroaf fffffl 'gundam jump! fam ZZ of ,4 Daelfafmtee On the Main Campus there are more than 200 foreign students and 124 foreign faculty members and research- ers. Other outstanding endeavors of the University of Alabama in 1967 include: The naming of the UA as a regional center for re- search by the National Institute of Health. The establishment of a Marine Sciences Institute on the Alabama Gulf Coast. The laying of a coaxial cable loop which tied every academic building on campus into the educational tele- vision network facilities in the Alabama Union. Work began with NASA on a linkage between the Capstone, the University of Florida, Redstone Arsenal, and Cape Kennedy with a special television cable in order to facilitate the sharing of faculty and other re- sources. The establishment of a School of Social Work on the main campus, to be a unique experiment in this growing field. Page 139 The University of Alabama in Birmingham The U of A gnc: Z0 town The University of Alabama in Birmingham was in operation as an extension campus for less than twenty years before, this year, becoming a full Uni- versity of its own right. UAB is comprised of one of the world's most re- nouned Medical Schools, a School of Dentistry, School of General Studies, School of Engineering, School of Nursing, and School of Public Health Administra- tion. Presently covering an area of 15 blocks near downtown Birmingham, the campus will soon be expanded to 60 blocks. ' We '- . ' fx - - .x N , V' fig Ay .Lv Q 5' af . WA' ' 'gkgzmg A Vx R T 3' 7. 1 'ew 456 L? . raw as.. , V 523 "'ff--2:.2'fa9+2fe1mm1: 55 - :L-1, -v1.f.w1'-mf -1,-1.2.5, af., A... f ,.LV A .--4 ,-..1ra,.f-.-M:-:. -1 ' ' , ,xx X , ,liz LM., ., ,. -M.. N ,.-,-fa, -AJ, N 'ms 1 . "'-5' 'ik Q -fi-2 51, .1 -1 ,53E:2i24Qi. aff:-,ggyJfA'Q5fK G N ., ' X 1 ' N 1-7.15: ff, :x N b 3 .- , I 'NJ 'E-Ls-, QS: H Yivifik-x:',4F:" N, i '. , .sa-G N - ,, 3 r f I I sg Q ' L ii f w h ? ' 2 . a Q' 5 . - . EA 5 ! I f ' 1 , , -V ' ? :Y :Q : 3- .-2" ff'-:lf'5'?f'L'i5'.?Z TS 7- 5. f:.f53?53 - 1 2 ' "" 1 3 1 VE 7 '- , . 4 1 1 , 'raw-:f W ::I3,1w Ni . .-'. . :fl ' , , " X 2 : ,.,G..,xz-mg UAB In each of the University of Alabama in Birming- ham's six schools, and in most of the individual de- partments, research is a major endeavor. UAB houses one of the most elaborate networks of equipment for research in the world. It is here that such great breakthroughs in medicine as open- heart surgery, the artificial kidney, and the artificial artery were developed. Page 142 N' 5' , 1. 1'f'lf3,rE.jm 1, ,J Page 143 The Medical College of Alabama, established in Mobile before the turn of the century, later moved to the Main Campus, and in the early 50's moved again to Birmingham, has, in the last decade, become one of top five schools of medicine in the United States. Its list of outstanding faculty members and researchers include a former head of surgery at the Mayo Clinic. The school's facilities include several hospitals, in- cluding a complete psychiatric unit. XF, 4435s Page 144 I The Reynolds Libraiy of the Medical College of Alabama houses an out- standing collection of rare medical volumes, including the private library of George Washington. The library is known worldwide as a depository for valuable volumes and journals. Upon being named a regional research center for mental health by the Federal Government, the UAB began construction of the University of Alabama Center for Developmental and Learning Disorders. A grant for S235 Million aided in establishing the facility. The facility will serve 18 departments of the Birmingham and Tuscaloosa campuses. It proposes to provide a high quality program for training profes- sional personnel to Work with varied problems associated with mental retarda- tion. The mental retardation program of this facility will soon be one of the most comprehensive in the country. UAB Biomedical Engineering, a field being developed by the University of Ala- bama in Birmingham, was virtually unknown as an academic field ten years a o. gThe Biomedical Engineering Department is an interdisciplinary activity which makes use not only of engineering and various aspects of biology and medicine, but also depends significantly upon mathematics, physics, and chemistry. Engaged in Ph.D. training programs, the department divides its activities between research and teaching. Research projects are directed toward investiga- tion of the physical optical properties of cells, studies of hemodynamics of the cardiovascular system, and other cardiovascular research. Mhhegi i !?F Page I46 1 .- E? X' J:""'-' Hi ' " :in I i ' In K I - . '-F , .-L j Y.-ax-ff NX Av-A -- X-fT Y i mgffff' 'ff Z f Page 'I47 UAB Recreation on an urban campus was a new situation diversified entertainment off-campus, University-spon- met by the University when it established the Birming- sored recreation facilities on campus, and the nearby ham Campus, Five Points YMCA provide Birmingham students with With the UAB campus just a few blocks from the the same opportunities for outdoor sports as students in bustling downtown business district, students easily find Tuscaloosa enjoy. UAB Page l48 W QQ? The University of Alabama ln Huntsville Thagfve Got Stars in Their eyes- Yes, they have stars in their eyes in Huntsville, both literally and figuratively speaking. Through its new campus in Huntsville, the University of Alabama has positioned itself to play an increasingly greater role in the United States' race for space. This is accomplished through extensive cooperation between UAH and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. On the ground, UAH is also reaching upward in the academics. The rapidly expanding activities of the Huntsville campus include four major areas of service: research, graduate instruc- tion, undergraduate instruction, and continuing education. Sixty-seven percent of the UAH faculty holds a doctorate degree, and there are as many as 300 individuals involved in teaching at all levels on campus. 'X if A' .Wg ,ww mmqwmn 5, , 1, .1 ,R Q MQMWJ Graduate Studles Budding, Umverslty of Alabama ID Huntsvdle ilu, . 5. , 'Rf , . tl! ffQ1'T 1 -'Ef .'f'1, ' 5 V , 2, fb A surface ionization microscope to be used to Study the flow of cesium vapors through a porous tungsten ionizer receives the careful inspection of a graduate researcher. An analog computation and simulation facility is used by Alabama stu- dents and faculty in work connected with nearby George C. Mar- shall Space Flight Cen- ter of NASA. ,. 1 - - u l'llOl.l0ll.ll . ' ' .... ........ ovoovoovooonousu nup..,,, cccooouweooaooom ooooooca t , . . - ." J. .' 1 3 .......f.....H UUIUDUOOUDOUUUUO :cmcceuoeseoeoeo ts' 3-19 9 :. 3,3 9 ev 2 a Hee-zu-2 ' lui L 5 H I , . a i - ' 'S ua 11 3 0 UAH This Electronic Signal Sim- ulator is used in perform- ing research on detection of pulse-coded modulation sigruzls with adaptive de- cision circuits. 9 Page 153 W-4"'x "I feel the University o Alabama's Research Institute is producing great divi ends to the Huntsville com- munity and the NASA-Marshall Space Flight Center. Not only do the Instituteis scientists provide re- search assistarwe, but the accompanying academic pro- gram helps us in attracting and retaining the very best and most promising young scientific and engineering students as employees to help carry out our responsibil- ities in the nation's space exploration program. The Climate for intellectual growth also permits the economy and culture to flourish. Alabama, the entire south, and the nation -are benefiting . . .D Dr. Werhner von Braun Director, Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville Page 154 UAH The University Research Institute Perhaps the most outstanding feature of the UAH operation is the University of Alabama Research In- stitute. Founded several years ago to aid in NASA re- search for the Gemeni and Apollo space probes, the Institute has Won World recognition as a truly vital part of the space program. The man behind the establishment of the Research Institute was Dr. Wernher von Braum, director of the Marshall Space Flight Center. In gaining support for the project, Dr. von Braun took his case directly to the state legislature. Besides providing research, the Institute has also at- tracted many gifted scientists who serve as professors for other divisions of the University of Alabama in Hunts- ville. Page 'I55 Almost from the beginning, students at UAH be- gan to build a university atmosphere. Many student activities have been chartered, including a Student Government Association and a newspaper, the UVALA. One of the most colorful activities to spring up on the campus is the creation of a crew team. Now in its second year of competition, the University of Alabama in Huntsville is establishing a reputation as one of the best Crew teams in the South, rowing against such noted opponents as Purdue and Notre Dame. Huntsvilleis SGA President, Rick Coleman IORT O LL, 4 f 5 A f I UAH Alabamds Crewmen compete on the Tennessee River to the cheer of "Row Tide, Row? Page 157 E 5 s 32 5 X 'i if V' Q E 2 S Q: Q ii Q is E S 5 S ..,....,..M,......,4.,,,.,,N,,,...,K,.,..,m...,,..., - M.. ........W. ,,,.. -,.....,...........,m ...N M......1.,,i.......,.. ,..-1- W., .., ...,... x..m.,....,. -W.,,.,.A.. ...---.,Q.,...W They Fought The Jungle, The Heat, And The Curse of The Serpent To Go-- or three thousand years a curse had stood guard over X-Kukican, protecting its treas- urers from modern man. Not once during that broad span of time had any man dared to chal- ialnge the Serpent God and enter the dark pit, miles from nowhere in the jungles of Southern exico. It had been perpetually night in X-Kukican since before the time of Christ. Then one day in 1965 four beams of light cut through the pitch blackness. At one end of the four beams Were WallS COVereCl With prehistoric markings, bones of men who lived and died so long ago their race has disappeared from the face of the Earth, and unbelievably well preserved relics of that race of man. At the other end of the light beams were four exambles of modern man, something this cave had never known. The four were members of an archaelogical expedition conducted by the University of Ala- bama department of anthropology. When David Dejarnette and his five assistants, john Cottier, Creig Sheldon, and Oscar Brock, made the 5,000 mile trip from Tuscaloosa to the Yucatan, they had no way of knowing just what they would find. There was a cave-X-Kukican: The Cave of the Serpent. And there was a legend, a curse, that hovered over it. The natives of the Yucatan said it was a holy temple for a serpent god, that to enter its dark subterranean vastness would mean sure and violent death. Though they were soon to become the first modern men to enter the Cave of the Serpent, De- Iarnette and his team knew that they were not the first to attempt it. It was back in 1890 when the last expedition went to the Yucatan to explore the mysterious cave. The group, from the University of Pennsylvania, returned without ever seeing the first stalagmite. Nobody seems to know for sure why the Penn group failed. It could have been because they just couldnit find the cave in the unchartered jungles, or perhaps the legends of the natives proved too terrifing. of X-Kukicanis forgotten race Water burials, an ancient rite X-Kukicanm When the Alabama team reached Southern Mexico, they hired ten native porters to carry their equipment inland to the cave. The nearest trail ended more than twelve miles from where the cave was located. Accommodations in the jungle were less than plush. Thatched huts built by the Mexicans served as home and laboratory during the entire expedition. Once a week, one of the Americans and several porters would hike back to civilization for supplies and food. Several rooms were underwater, their submerged floors covered with layers of human skeletons. These were the areas of the cave used for ancient water burials. At another place, in one of the deepest rooms found, they came across several Malyan footprints, not fossels, but still soft in the silt and mud. The footprints had been left there more than two thousand years earlier. For months Dejarnette and his team carefully studied the far-reaches of X-Kukican. They crawled through tiny passageways like snakes to reach many of the lower rooms. Many of the artifacts were brought to the surface, photographed, cata- loged, and then returned to the exact place they were found. When the expedition left, they sealed the cave with bolders and the Mexican Government placed a guard at its mouth. When David Dejarnette returns to the Yukutan in October of 1968 for what he hopes will be a five-year search of the Cave of the Serpent, X-Kukican will be waiting, just like he left it last year, and just like it has been for three thousand years. .v ..-,, T ," -fi' . -,, 1--BA.. tux' 1 . , 5.- .Af ., nh .,v. ' -,,. . 4' 1 A A "U 'ip 'ui' ""' ':,f f..pg-'- ,s..r-P , , -1- pr- ,1- Q-In Af., fa' 1 l ' I . 5 ' Q N323-9' -'4 . -' ..'. 'fu' ' 'T' I I I i I I fills 'll ,r-,f 'vaio NN 1 T!" - 'nf B 57-lah all 1 fr., ,T h ,4 T we A -as ..1. '- f . . 1 ,, 0 , L J H, . Lo 7355 " ' ,'-7.1 T5 " '54 'fail W 4' .lfxv-5"'L2' 0 I 1 I :iKi5W"""" He Wh fx' 'X - W' grins' Y' 'J X ,S - I H, . Q 51 x mx, tial, it J, 1' X il W 'Q " A 5 '56, 35 1'- Kabovej Four of ten Mexican porters hired by the expedition to carry tons of equipment through the jungles reach the camp site with an electrical generator. The mexicans built a small settlement of thatched huts Ileftj which served as home for the scientests during their entire stay at X-Kukican. An unusual limestone formation Crightj found near the mouth of the cave, very closely resembles a snake. It was probably this stone which gave the cave its name, and also originated the curse. "x-kukicanv is the Mayan word for userpentf, "We Found Footprints, Lqft in the ad g e ore be Time of brisf' Page 161 ."'m.,,,. X'Ku lc 7 5' O .... . ""' 5 it ? ui 3 Q 'gg llgi g t Before they entered the the team excavated the of the arwient temple. temple was already a when the Aztecs built pyramids. Page 162 cave, ruins This ruin their Y' 2 fr' A . X uw 2 'Tek Q I 2 ff 'cw L Q, J. . ' .gf ',. ' f J A group from the University of Alabama in Birming- ham's department of anatomy visited the expedition for Ewo gveeks to study the ancient skeletons that had been oun . All skeletons, as Well as other artifacts were returned to their natural resting place Within the cave before the expedition left. They will be reclaimed when Delarnette takes another team to X-Kukican for a five-year expedition next fall. - 1 - -1 1-4-1 --- --l:m 1313.211 The U of A Marine Sciences Institute EW K GWLEDGE FROM THE ing Neptuneis domain is no longer sacred, at least not from Ala- barna's cost line to the very edge of the continental shelf. With the establishment of the University of Alabama Marine Sciences Institute on Dolphin Island. Whether it be sea monsters or the smallest single cell water plants, the Marine Sciences Institute will investigate, always in search of a new source of food, energy, or other resources from the Sea. Formally known as the Marine Resources Institute, the new facility will use a fleet of ocean-going vessels, and the most modern lab facili- ties to conduct its never-ending study of the Eartlfs last great frontier. ' ' '25 ff-wyr2M31'1T'9"" Q f - "lilly . wr! n ,jim . .w At left is the initial building constructed to house the institutes offices and labs. Other facilities will soon be built nearby. Above, part of the Uniuersitgfs fleet, ex- tending the lab and classroom far out into the Gulf of Mexico. left, One of the labs maintainecl by the institute. L It !l ll all qi ig! ig! ug E5l Si! aa iii fi! ii! in Iii iii iii 2 1 QU I5 QU 5? si! 5 1 W 1 fi Il 'z is ii 5? W W Student Government vs fwf 4?pat'ME?,tl2g,f at "" f , ' 't V '49 , y, Vlv, . 1-. .QI li t 9 af5ii""'if1 f 4 6. r . . rs sa19141f ::,'+. e Your Student Government Association acting under the able leadership of Ralph Knowles, Presi- dent, Bill Shamblin, Vice President, Ioel VVhite and Jack Geren, Secretary-Treasurers has suc- ceeded this year in making itself an integral part of campus activities. Noteworthy among its inno- vations have been a bigger and better Emphasis '67, the choice of this yearis Outstanding Visiting Professor, our progressive and public spirited Tu- torial Assistance and Operation Head Start Pro- grams, and best of all the Student-Faculty Course Evaluation Study. SGA staffs its officers on the third floor Union Building with the competent assistance of Misses Brenda Parkhurst, Ann Riall, and Connie Zeanah. As any member of the House of Representatives, Senate, or the Student Govermnent subsidiary AWS will testify their aid is invaluable to the legislative functions of SCA. All of SGA strives to offer both an outlet for student expression and a charmel for the Adminis- tration whereby the University of Alabama popu- lation may become better informed, instructed and involved. Page 167 Ralph I . Knowles, President 37' s f 9 2 ii' 5' Page 168 a if Q X ,.,. , , R X M .Q xx ,, 'F- BILL SHAMBLIN Vice President 9 LEW if , ff, JOEL WHITE Secretary-Treasurer, F trst Semester JACK GEHEN Secretary-Treasurer, Second Semester Page 171 SGA john Daniel Executive Assistants Mary Ann Sher an I ack Gere Page 172 Secretaries Brenda Parkhurst Connie Zeanah Ann Rial Page 'I73 The Senate , U Q ,jx I Sw, -C' ARTS AND SCIENCES: Don Siegelman, Ronnie Eu- banks, Barbara Cassels, Harold Kushner, Hank Caddell, jim Lamoreaux. ENGINEERING: Bobby Bounds, john Hanley. COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRA- TION: Al Rose, Richard Dorman, Billy Reeves, Alan Page 'I74 QC Clark. LAW' SCHOOL: Alan Koch. GRADUATE SCHOOL: Michael I. Flanagan, Marilyn Neil. SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS: Susan Price. NURSING: Lloyd Berry. EDUCATION: Peggy Pickett, Irene Pee- bles, Bill Landau. The House of Representatives. R38 JCI OC OFF-CAMPUS REPRESENTATIVES: Scott Nahors, Eddie Friend, Iack Caddell, Rusty Stewart, Pete Don- 0lClS0n, Earl Boatwright, john Danial, Whit Callahan, Michael Baldwin, Hal Alexander, Gill Griggs, Mary Ann Sherman. MARRIED STUDENTS' REPRESENTA- TIVES: Sam Giohan, Larry Morris, Ray Newman. SO- RORITY REPRESENTATIVES: Kathy Mason, Leah Morrison.. MEN'S RESIDENCE I-IALL'S REPRESENT- ATIVES: Billy Tate, Ron Griffin, David Snead, Norman Cummins, Ed Still. WOMEN'S RESIDENCE HALL'S REPRESENTATIVES: joy Adams, Ginger Walsh. FRA- TERNITY REPRESENTATIVES: Richard Magill, John Hagler. Page 175 Campus Chest Homecoming Committee Back: John McCor- mic, Murray Sokol, Steve Cotton, Adrian Grant, Bill Walton, Iohn Harrison. Sec- ond row: Ann Deck- er, Ioe Espy, Terry Lewis, Chris Mathi- son, Bo Harrison. Front: D. R. jordan, Chairman 9 l P Front: Marilyn Mathison, Ioy Adams, john Black- burn, Sara Healy, Betty Graham. Back: Lilly Belle Howard, john Daniel, Ralph Knowles, Arlon Pow- ell, Don Siegleman, Iohn McAdams. The Board of Publications af, xv, F' Reign' ima ,, V- 3 VK. vvsk f 144, . -J A in Wi J Bama Page 178 Homecomin S , y fag, ' K L jf. ' as iw gy 'rf 5 fm: N. ' ' Y 'Q-eff! xc. A YA-Q qw ,fix SYN 9 ,Af X ku. ,Q K3 ,A Q my 5 0 Q, a+ X 4 'gif if ff ff wx kr N x ow, SSM if -QMMMWW Y XWW my ww ,- May-z -.w.....f-- . -, . i . " ,. .. + 4 - ' 'M -fm-.. 2 'G Q, 2: sriif- :J .,-.A, ,Z , . V M , ,Lf ' ' ' A L , . ' n Gi...-R.. 7 Associated Women tudcnts Contrary to current rumors, the AWS is not a branch of the Dean of VVomen,s office. In reality, AVVS is a legislative body which demo- cratically governs all vvomen students on cam- pus. fAnd there is no reason to believe another rumor that the Dean of Women's office holds 51'Zn of that democratic voted This year marked a milestone in AWS ac- tivity: the controversial coed non-visitation rule was striken from the books so that girls could continue to exercise their usual practice of visiting the apartments of respectable young men. M arilyn Mathison, President r i i 1 ng -,,qx -,N I by I 1 i A . la- Q . n 1 " wN,9 2 .y-? I h 1 '- 5 an : 5 Page 180 f Ann Lee, lst Vice President Lane Chambers, 2nd Vice President Page 181 AWS Marsha Griffin, Treasurer Eason Dobbs, edi- tor, INTERNA- TIONAL ASSOCI- A T I O N O F WOMEN STU- DENTS MAGA- ZINE. Page 182 AWS Board of Directors Lynn Epsrnan, Marilyn Mathison, Sara Healy, Lane Chambers, Ann Lee Marshia Griffin, Ioy Adams, Mary Beth Ufear, Candy Sullivan, Suzy Ruben Marilyn Northcutt, Sara james, Susan Sinard, Ann Moeling, Kay Jernigan. Page 183 A S HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: Reeves, Thourton, Holeton Mathison, Miley, Baker, Turner, Cassels, Adams, Kelly Hanch- ett, Nortlzcutt, Pollard, Todd, Faulkner, Kuster, Weinstein, Bla- lock, Oswalt, Loftin., Hill, Yeager, Clay, Booth, Wilbanks, Long Cleoerdan, Mauter, England, Cook, jackson, Cooper, Booth, Parcee, Green. C7 'wr 'sf' ,NP IUDICIARY COUNCIL: Ierrianne Ham- mock, Diana Hasty, Judi Caldwell, Jeanie Brown, Lane Chambers, Connie Strickland, Rosa Hainlett, Cindy Pitts, Georgia Bailey. Lynn Epsman, Secretary Corolla This edition of the COROLLA marks the 75th year Alabama's yearbook has been published. Reaching this point the COROLLA is the oldest continuing publication on campus. Much has happened down through the years since the meager begin- ning of the COROLLA. It has withstood growing pains tothe point Where it is the largest publication in Alabama, the largest publication in the Southeast, and among the nations largest collegeiate yearbooks. Size doesn't mean everything but the COROLLA has context to match. We are elated to report to LBJ and the nation that the COROLLA has this year for the first time complied with the Employment clause of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Another point of interest, though on a local level, is that the COHOLLA was delivered on time this year. It's still cheap Cprice Wisej ........ 3 bucks. The COROLLA Staff feels that We have done fine in publishing a record of Ala- bama's history in pictures and words for the 75th time. Thus We felt no guilt when we squandered COROLLA funds and all got on the bottle after finishing the last deadline. .L Y .4 l v l l . f .' fftxl' , COLEMAN LOLLAR, Editor Page 186 NANCY BIRCHFIELD, Business Manager Q Q YXGNMXNRSEMW DAVID SWINDELL, copy Editor JOHN M CADAM S, Managing Editor SARAH LYNN COKER, Layout Editor IUDY BROWN, Corolla Administration Editor ALIX NELSON ELAINE ALEXANDER, Co-class Editor ,MMMN . , , ' o if V lf I 4-Q V 5 5 , I 9 - ' 1 ' if Q X- 1 i- . , 5 - ,. - ' T 'A ll 'T' LKLJ FRED FIFE, DON POWELL AND CAROLYN DAHDEN, Organizations Editor Greek Editgfs Page 188 ROSEMARY LOLLAR, ,IT , K ,. .. . . ,. 55,422 I' -51: , C0-class Editor K N epotism 2 -?' , f 41' X . 'Q - A 4 Ari .LL 315255-.-' , , ' wwf. -' .,",,7 1-5 ' ,. TERRY LEWIS Sports Editor L. BERT SHELINBARGER, Academics Editor ADRIAN GRANT Advertising M anaffer M Hz HAROLD SHAMBLIN Arts Editor JACKIE TUCKER, Beauty Editor xi CAROLYN SPARKS ROBERT HARTLEY, LINDA NESMITH VINCE GARLAND, SUSAN WHALEY MARSHALL HAGLER W .fif ,fvs 4, X A I A J i !'Y""' GALE GORDON SUSAN MURFE, JIM ELLIS Exchange Editor f.vgywr,wwmhor,4vga .H, "'. ' ,n Yfriyd , , . , , , , 5 , - V, 444 ,W , ,VVV , K, - I , ,,,. , ' V v ,f f,,f 'V , f-Lf 7, A.-Q, , f rj rf , of ff a X f .. ,, a, ,ffffa f LIZ THOMASSON Page 191 STEVE CLAYTON, Photography Editor Crimson-White The current of the progressive tradition of the Crimson-White, "The Capston's Newspaper Since 1893," was electric in '67, The paper itself made headlines with its editorial stands on state elections. It had its taste of success with more state headlines in holding onto the tradition so much a part of the campus with the saving of VVoods Hall and the old quadrangle. Running twice-weekly, full-size with eight to twelve pages an issue, the C-W staff members gave full coverage in every area of campus news. Bowling the students over with a 28-page first issue, numerous other special issues such as the Homecoming Special and S.G.A. Elections supplemented regular news coverage. -X Q 1, ,X 4, V Sf- gg + -1 I i 'sss1is2'i1 Y ik" "3 l - 'X' RZ: MFTS' 3 '- FQQSSEQNQ , -Q. .1-ri TN, . -Q rx sg: X. ,,,- as , ' f - 'R VFW 5? ' .- BILLIE BLAIR, Editor Page l92 4 gm, gyff 436 wa fig ' f 5693 I RAY CHILDERS M cmaging Editor i4 'xii N4 BILL CROWE, Copy Editor fx 1' 'Q MA A Page 193 L. of -W 3 Qi: 41- TQQN BRENDA JOHNSON, Office Manager N W .. .9 FQ' wiv? mi? Si? . . sw- 'L MARY YV RI GH T, Features Editor RICHARD MILES Political Affairs Editor Page 194 WOODY VVOODRUF F , Photographer PETE IOH N SON, Business Manager Mahout LEE WARREN Editor S - MAHOUT hasn't changed much. Aside from the fact that it made its initial appearance in February, the pages are still cluttered with the same obscene, sac-religious, and down- right filthy trash as they have been from MAHOUTS earliest years. No one's complaining of course. If MAHOUT was good enough for troops in Viet Nam then its good enough for us. The only main problem the mag faces is trying to keep out of the authorities hands. But why worry? just enjoy MAHOUT. But don't let your parents read it lest they fear college has been corrupted. MARY BOOTH WILSON, Copy Editor STAN TOPEL, Art Director LINDA BELZ, Office Manager Carolyn Payne MARTIN CLARK, Circulation Manager Page 197 Luv I A , ,cg ,,Wq,: rf Panhellenic: Council ug. 1 -:xo -Q A m wi 14 aim f i ' aims? ' if f",' ' ' " 1 ff? " y ef Q2 5 3 ,I f , Q 1 -1 ' i I , ' 1 4 Q 1, f ,ge 4: 5 l fe! .141 ff ix ff! ..g-mx, , KW 1 0WWy.:. , H f I v 5 ga , Ks' 2 5 fn 5 6 gif YQ 12 f 4' ,gay if f 'A 1 ,xv M 4? 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Keeping up with the top 40 records and offering announcement service to students and organizations is the way in which VVABP caters to the College student's tastes. wa Page 201 Cotillion Club The Cotillion Club this year attracted people from all over the state when the Righteous Brothers played for the first show of the season. A sell-out Home- coming crowd saw the Kingston Trio on a return visit to campus and the Ramsey Lewis Trio delivered a jazz concert the evening of the COROLLA Beauty Ball. It is the purpose of the Cotillion Club to bring to campus Big Name Entertainment which, to a large extent, they do. BILL COCHRAN, President N Page 202 V BANKS ROBERTSON, Business Manager COTILLION CLUB STAFF The Million Dollar Band It was many years ago when the Tide Was far behind Tech on the scoreboard and Alabama fans were losing all hope of victory. "You don,t have much of a team," a Tech boy was heard to say. "May- be notf, shot back an Alabama man, 'ibut Welve got a million dollar band." The Million Dollar Band is now as much an institution at Aabama as the College of Aits and Sciences. This year the band got new uniforms and proudly wore them before millions of people on two ABC National telecasts. Alabamais band performed, under the di- rection of Col. Butler, at eveiv game and pep rally. The group led the Homecoming parade and marched in the Sugar Bowl this year in New Orleans. During half- time at the Sugar Bowl the Band per- formed with the world renowned trumpe- teer, Al Hirt. Many hours of practice on cold morn- ings and hot afternoons go into the mak- ing of as great a Band as the University has. Even a million dollars can't measure the quality of Alabama's Million Dollar Band. VW 'bg . HALCEYANN JONES, Miss Alabama f U ir , ,, X THE MILLIUN DOLLAR BAND L 'G' 1,4294-0.4 .. f -11 .,.-, ,Wy - ,La N COL. CARLETON K. BUTLER Director l .- ',- .A , , . , , ' s . :gf fu, 35,15 ,. W 1 ' 2 ' .. , Y-121.1 5' J Yin " i iw The Million Dollar Band . v '. . 1 5 1 N w Cheerleaders Lucia Adams, Ronnie Sorrells, lean Nesbitt, ferry Pilgram, Carol Self, Mickie Grigsby, Donna Daven- port, Richard Ledger. Aabama's cheerleaders had a relatively easy job cheering the Tide to eleven straight victories this year. The eight varsity squad members attended every game at home and on the road. Through rain in Knoxville and New Orleans, to cold Windy days in Birmingham, the squad kept Alabama's student section screaming out the Worst for Cajuns, Volunteers, and a few thousand War Eagles and yelling the best for Bama's undefeated and untied Crimson Tide. -if nfl? Y , 1'f,.. Yi , l 'fr TQ-F33-ELSE l Xayqggg, Zn e1!, -.jgizi-k W i ,, . ' -41. .1 , in - daze Page 210 Kimi ,vw .1 , Pi 3 - ,rw e Q f : T7-f x, Egg E i 1 I 1 211 I I ., A,.'-fl 3M.,,, T, .. ,4,,7'1V,:.. -, .,,,. .V NV, . . K P., -...nw -A. hi, ,tvs M. 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Room, radio and T.V. stations, and a cafe- teria. Sponsoring movies, dances, student art exhibits, and the annual Festival of Arts the goal of the Alabama Union is to develop a center with adequate accommo- dations for almost every type group activity. Alabama Union Xfi?5'YXXqbkHfg X355-. -,-S' . 153' "' NNEHYKEEEX - N51-NX X21-Aufy-?.ii-X 2 . .. Xa,:al,N..a.x. X .. xa,, X X .,,, W ab.gQq1msfx,.be+a:fg-:aa -, . ikwiy is X wg: A tsxawsgaggqaul NEWS "' VRQX95-N -A - Q- , '-X , W X' 'ssgy 1+-s'f'rf'f--yea wk rkswlc,-Qi' brqfgxgq-CN 59 XQX4 Q Y MY v A, ,m.m., g,Q,,. Q. X-w,X.mxNvgXQ QE -W NN-1 ,ig-my X X SRSkwsSSXiiSxf v WM X, X :QiNw3+f?fQwxfPYxs3' ix' .yxmwxfw .X i N me-ll ' 5545 w., ' 1 Qs' n y , x x-X .' 9: . W N ziggy , ,n 4 .x iff .img 'Nil'-V .wi P rf-5 T.: QW f .5 --52 .Q X X f s . ' , - - Q ' . y - 1 , , ' - TOM LILE, Director Page 216 LARRY OAKS, Assistant Director IIM LA M OREAUX, President Page 217 SUE KUECHENMEISTER, Secretary A Alabama Union The Alabama Union Board of Directors: Carolyn Northcutt, Lynn Oaks, Larry Oaks, Georgia Baughman, Ellyn Green, jim La Moreaux. Not shown: Judson Sealey, Philip Riech, janet Underwood. Page 219 Alabama Union w 5 W 1 N P W 1.-mm.-nmcnwaux Bama's new Fieldhouse and Assembly Hall, the mztiorfs fifth largest. X p , V, Am, p. i V, -- f E+ i .II...,Ilf I n s I , Q -fe -'ag xl 9 I H x ICJ I I ' I E3 Q V if lxl 5 N iid ...D l -a Ii Il? ll 5 ASSEMBLY HALL I I' I in I 'Es N,,. Q lx ' I as I I ' I a-NIQIAEQTSII it lllx X I if-names I 'Qu ' ,fjN II I .II f M, blle .:,7III I ' -X ,,.,..lA THOMAS FIELD UNIVERSITY or ALABAIXAA fe 5 thletic facilities at the University were expanded for the ,66 footb by the addition of 13,000 seats for Denny stadium costing appi S1,044,763, to make the total seating capacity of Alabama's home fie The seats, made of fiberglass, replaced the Wooden bleachers that occupied the north and south end zones making the stadium a compf Another stadium improvement included two new end zone scoreboi containing a special deck for television cameras. The game time is op electric numerals replacing the present moving clock method tha' operated from the playing field or press box. The University also began work on a new field house known as th Facility and Assembly Hall. It will, when completed, provide for tl of 15,000 persons around a central arena making it the fifth largest facility of its kind in the nation. The cost was set at 33,294,000 The fi will be built to cover a two acre lot located in the south central I Thomas Field. X Q 4 E Q. According to Architect Edwin T. McGowan the structure will be of modern concrete shell using exterior materials of birch, exposed monolithic concrete, and pre-cast architectural concrete panels in such combinations as to make the building harmonize with the existing campus architecture. An acoustical ceiling and wall panels will be included in the main arena area. The facility is expected to be utilized for basketball events, concert and lecture series presentations, Cotillion Club programs, and commencements in May and August. It is to be air conditioned. Height of the building is 90 feet from arena floor to the dome, or equivalent to the height of a seven story building. It will measure 353 feet by 262 feet. The arena floor will be depressed below the natural ground surface 8 feet and below the main concourse 15 feet. For theater, music, and related events, a portable-moveable stage is planned of 80 feet by 40 feet. A custom-built fiber- glass acoustical shell constructed with a ceiling that can be flown as a supple- mentary item is also planned. A library, essentially for athletic volumes and records, is planned to accomodate several thousand books. Denny Bowl, built to the glory of The Bedf- Page 225 Football. All They did was Wm So there you sat with one second left to play in the Sugar Bowl with Alabama safely ahead of Nebraska. Then the clock ran out on Nebraska the same as it had on Tennessee, Ole Miss, L.S.U., and every other team the Tide had played. You realize then that Ala- bama has completed another perfect season, that Alabama is the na- tion's only major undefeated-untied college team, and that Alabama has established the most colorful football history in all of college sports. You,re proud you're an Alabamian and you,re proud of your coach who has made victory a thing to be expected. Most of all you,re proud of the Alabama Crimson Tide who have spread the name of your university all over the country as one that succeeds. You know that "Beans Boysn win for you, your school, and, least of all, them- selves. You know that they're No. ll Pg 226 Page 227 DEFE TED TIED N-NUMBER O W," BEAR r , WV Af V ARA PLAYS TO nf- 'M X ...Il if X No. 1. Notre Dame Q9-0-1D No. No. No. No. 2. Michigan State C9-0-lj 3. ALABAMA C11-0-OJ Georgia Q10-1-OD 4 5 UCLA C10-1-OD No. 6 Nebraska C9-2-OD No. 7 Purdue Q8-3-OD No. 8 Ca. Tech Q9-2-OD No. Miami QFla.j Q7-2-1 9 7 No. 10 Sou. Methodist Q9-2-OD Picked in most pre-season polls to go undefeated and capture its third straight national championship, the Crimson Tide did just that. Well, at they least they did go undefeated. In fact, just as these polls had predicted, the Tide was the only undefeated, untied team in the country. But the pollsters didnlt come through with the nation- al championship they had thought just, back in the summer. A lot was riding on that national championship for the Tiders. Ever since the final poll was taken for the Page 228 ,sig 1965 season, all Bama fans had looked forward to their chance to become the first school in history to win the coveted laurels for three straight seasons. And the Tide won. They kept on winning, Long after No. 1 and No. 2 had marred their records and stopped playing the game for this year. How do you justify the situation? Well, Notre Dame and Michigan State had great teams in 1966. This was a season of many great teams, and true, it must have been a difficult thing to say which team of all the hundreds was really the very best. With no system for play-offs existing in the NCAA, foot- ball fans have only the bowl games with which to pit conference champions against each other, providing the nearest thing to a tme test for the championship. And Alabama played the bowl and won. Notre Dame and Michigan State stayed at home on New Years Day, by choice. But alas Bama's cries did not go completely unheard. SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, in an editorial supporting the Crimson Tide for the No. 1 spot, asked sincerely: "Now be honest, Notre Dame and Michigan State- would you really want to play Alabama?" We think not . . . BAMA PLAYS FOOTBALL N.DAME PLAYS POLITICS page 229 Alabama La. Tech. 34 -- 0 low starting Tide Page 230 till a Romper The pre-season polls had spoken. Alabama would be undefeated, untied, and the nation's No. 1 foot- ball team for an unprecedented third year in a row. Then came the first football weekend. Michi- gan State won handily. U.C.L.A. won handily. Alabama won, but 34 to 0 was not handily enough for the polls. Americas sports writers leaped at the opportunity to place anything above Bama. They did-1. Michigan State 2. U.C.L.A. 3. Alabama. That "fateful" Saturday Alabama was disappoint- ing, off to a slow start, and generally unbecoming for a national champion team. Ken Stabler threw two touchdown passes for 32 and 79 yards respec- tively and ran for two more touchdowns. Relief quarterbacks Wayne Trimble and Joe Kelley en- gineered a touchdown apiece before Bear's sixty- six players who saw action had tallied up thirty four points on Legion Field's scoreboard for the first win of what was to be a most exciting season. Yea, the revcngcr shall be slain. Last year it was Ole Miss that came Within one point of whipping the Tide. The Rebels hadn't beaten Bama since 1910, so after a diy run of fifty-five years and coming so close last year to a win, revenge was the Word from Oxford. Alabama's defense was "something extrav said Paul Bryant as he Watched his team intercept three Ole Miss passes and recover one fumble under the lights in Iackson. Ken "Snake', Stabler Was once again most instrumental at the throttle completing 16 out of 19 passes behind excellant protection from his up front buddies. This tied the school record held jointly by Harry Gilmer and Ioe Namath. The evening progressing, revenge hopes for Iohn Vaught's Rebs were shot down as the Tide racked up seven first half and ten second half points to complete the 56th year without a loss to Ole Miss. Numbers 35:19 Page 231 Give 'um Hell Bear! Tide tempers Mastery with Mercy Alabama .... ...... 2 6 Clemson .... 0 A1abama's Crimson Tide, fired up by two victories out of two starts, came into Denny Stadium for the first home game of the season. The Tide, ranked No. four nationally, realized an upset by Frank Howard's Clem- son Tigers would mean a sure drop from everybodys Top Ten. This in mind, Bear and company went directly to the Work of winning. The Tide marched up and down the field while the offense ground out the points. With ten minutes of the first quarter gone, Ken Stabler threw an eight yard pass to Dennis Homan in the end zone for the first six of the afternoon. By half time, ten more points had been added to the Alabama side of Denny Stadium's new score boards. Stabler marched in a third quarter touchdown to set Bama ahead to the tune of 23 to 0. Bear Bryant then let Wayne Trimble and joe Kelley try their hand and they managed to complete the shutout with a fourth quarter field goal for a grand fi- nale. Alabama Vandy - No suspense in this one... It was sort of a leave-earlywand-beat-the-traffic type football game as Alabama did what all expected, routed the Commodores. Coach Iack Green felt that "trying to beat Alabama is like trying to Win a train wreck" as his Vanderbilt team was snowed under a barrage of Ala- bama points. The Tide jumped ahead 7-0 with a minute and a half of the game gone and from that point on it was just a matter of "how much? The answer 42-6 could have been much Worse. Paul Bryant sent 57 Crim- son Tidesmen out to play and turned over the quarter- backing job to Wayne Trimble. After Alabama had scored all 42 points by the third quarter, Vandy spent the fourth trying to hack out a touchdown against some of Bear's substitutes. That they could not do. Page 233 Alabama Tennessee To Hell... Page 234 It poured in Knoxville Saturday, October 15, 1966, the same day Alabama met Tennessee in what was billed as the SEC's game of the season. Our drenched Crimson Tiders fought with their backs to the wall behind a 10-0 deficit all afternoon. Tennessee wanted a win. On an Alabama mistake in the first quarter the Vols dashed across the goal and before the flag was half raised had scored 7 points. They wasted no time in ldcking a field goal and as Tennessee fans went beserk the scoreboard read Tennessee 10-Alabama 0. It stayed that way through the second quarter, and, would you believe, the third. Needless to say Bama fans became somewhat tense. No doubt Bear had had a word with the boys dur- ing half time and the effect of his speech began to show as the fourth quarter opened. A lot of things began to happen. Stabler threw a pass to Perkins to put the Tide Offense Surges: Catching Defence at low Tide Page 236 Alabama .... ..... - 27 Miss. St. .... ---- 14 Quarterback Wayne Trimble scrawled his name in the archives of Bama football by guiding the Tide to a 27-14 victory over ever- tough Mississippi State. Tice big Tide scored first on a Davies field goal of 35 yards in the second quarter, thus, waking up the score- board boy. A Trimble-to-Perkins pass of 26' yards closed out the half-time, scoring 10-0. Bama bounced back in the third quarter with another Davis field goal. However, it caught our defense napping in the final quarter by putting points on the board. The angered Tide then rolled with a Wayne Trimb1e-to- tackle Jerry Duncan scoring pass of 48 yards and another Perkins combination of 37. State, however, Wasn't about to take this lightly and scored again on a 11 yard pass. Bama's 14 point defensive blunder was more than justi- fied With key plays by such stars as Ray Per- kins, Ierry Duncan, Wayne Trimble, and others. Who could help but be confident about a game when Iohn Mosley returned a State punt 40 yards? Defense seizes glor It was a tired group of defensive players who had held L.S.U. to just 90 yards total offense, had scored eight points, and had fought the Tide's greatest defensive battle of '66. With the ball game only 48 seconds old, Bama scored a safety on a blocked Tiger punt. The Tide's next two drives ended in field goals of 24, and 32 yards respectively. The defense showed its fullness when Bobby Johns intercepted a Tiger aerial and carried it for a 33 yard score. Bama finished its scoring with a three yard dash by Frank Canter- bury, thus winning the 7th game of the season 21-0. Another one racked up by Bearis boys! ' Alabama ....... .... 2 4 So. Carolina .... -. 0 Everyone wants Bama except Sportswriters After Bama's Homecoming victory over South Carolina, it was apparent that everyone wanted Bama: Ca. Tech. fans at their game had chanted, '4We want the Bearf', South Carolina's Coach Paul Deitzel said he,d pick Bama to be No. 1, representatives from the Sugar Bowl and Orange Bowl were on hand for the game. Perhaps the sportswriters just hadn't seen Stabler lead the Tide on a 57-yard march from the opening kickoff, scoring on a 14-yard run by David Chatwood. They must have missed Trimble's commanding two drives of 52 yards in the second quarter and 58 yards in the third, plus Steve Davis' field goal in the fourth. Perhaps sportswriters aren't observant. Bama remained No. 3 in the national polls. Man of the Moment Alabama .... 34 So. Miss. .... -- 0 Another one of those... It was another one of those games in which the first team sat on the bench, coming in occasionally to score a few points, while the scrubs got valuable experience. The Tide looked like a No. 1 team rolling up 34 points against So. Miss. It seemed that the best were getting better as Stabler tossed scoring passes to Perkins and Cook in the second quarter, thus the Tide retired to the locker room with a 12-0 half time lead. As the second half began, Bama marched 53 yards to score on David ChatWood's run of 13 yards. Late in the fourth quarter, the Tide wrapped up the game with a 55 yard scoring pass to Homan and a one yard run by quarterback Ioe Kelley. Thus the nationis only untied-undefeated team won its 15th straight game, 9th of the season, playing 59 of the 61 players on hand for this game. Bet Notre Dame can't say as much! Alabama 1 0'0"0 Auburn Television seems to be Whatfs happening in college football now adays and before some thirty million home viewers plus 70 000 at Legion Field, Alabama closed the season. The Crimson Tide ended the season with a gallant effort for the No. 1 spot as the nations only undefeated, untied college team. Some had ventured to say that Auburn Would give Alabama a scare. They did for the first 4 minutes of the game when Bama had the ball all too infrequently. But after a 63 yard touchdown pass from Stabler to Perkins in the second quarter Alabama led 7 to 0. Then at the half after a 48 yard drive Kelley rammed over a one yard run for a 14-0 margin over the Birds of the Plains The second half was all Alabama as it seemed that Auburn had given up football for the afternoon. As the Tigers subconsc1ously dreamed of cultivation, the Tide eased over a 23 yard field goal by Steve Davis C17-Ol, ended a 56 yard drive when Kelley took for 12 yards into the end zone Q24-OJ, and finished the afternoon on a 41 yard Trimble to Sutton touchdown p-ass Q 31 0 Once again it was our elephant that shot the bird. Page 240 fda... Pcxge 241 v Last minute goal no good Vol medztates Theres always next year ...and Back in touchdown range. Somehow in the dampness Les Kelley fumbled, but Perkins recovered on the seven yard line and that was all that needed. Bama scored. Then came the decision-one or two? Alabama went for two, the play that never works when in the fourth quarter a team needs a win. Only this time it did and Alabama owned 8 points, 2 shy of Tennessee,s score. There was 3:23 left in the game. Alabama got the ball and found it virtually unable to score a winning touch- down. But there was one, only one, chance to win. From 17 yards out Steve Davis kicked a field goal and the referee threw his arms straight up. Tide fans were beside themselves with glee. The score-Alabama 11-Tennessee 10. But Tennessee fought back. With 16 seconds left to play, and no more time outs, Gary Wright attempted what looked to be a sure field goal. He missed. We won! l l Page 235 Alabama ...,,............... 34 Nebraska .,...H.............. , XXV, Ngwlwwfw f . 2 v pw' ,.., YZF" ' Y '5,. ' -,fr HX 3.1, .::.w.- 3 :-f: . X" f lk ' ' :- ,'3x... ' ' ' H 1 N 3:1 .e1,s,:,a 1-.bf .K,, 2 5 .0-:ff 3: ,Muir - V f,., W .M ,Q ,,.. f Q . if J" ' ' ' ff 4 . " fl .516-1,.?f-5'-.Sf f .Z Z! y .. 4:2 Stabler checks his sites , V- .L f , .,??,egSA .I f gg - nf' J.,-w'wff'zs - ' E-'Sis' 5 f -f,,:-we fm..,'f.,,f' .U W, .:",5M-':', .- Page 242 Proud to be umber Three There they were, the mighty men from Lincoln, lined up on an ice soggy Sugar Bowl field ready to make mincemeat of a little Alabama team, and capture revenge for their last years Orange Bowl downing. The fuse had been lit. Bama received the kick-off. On the first play from scrimage the bomb went off. Ray Perkins caught a Stabler pass for sixty yards and Nebraska just couldn't hold the red hot Tide. Les Kelley scored the first six points on a one yard plunge. It was but three minutes later when Bama's second drive started, finally scoring on a nine yard option by Kenny Stabler. The third drive ended in a thirty yard Davis field goal. In the second quarter Trimble engineered a scoring drive of fifty-three yards. Bama's third quarter drive ended in another Davis field goal of forty yards. Then in the final quarter the Cornhuskers spoiled any chances of a shut-out by scoring on a thirty yard pass, but the mighty Tide drove back scoring once more on a forty yard pass to "sta.r,' Perkins. The game ended with Bama fans pleading for another score by the third string. But as the crowd rushed onto the field, the sun broke through the bleak clouds, cast- ing light on this nations only un-defeated, un-tied, un- number one team. But Bama's proud of its great team and its seventeen game winning streak, prouder of its great coach, and proudest to be number three. Page 243 December januaiy 1 5 7 8 12 17 19 22 27 28 2 7 14 21 Iacksonville St. Univ Louisiana Tech. Univ. of So. Miss. Univ. of So. Miss. Univ. of So. Miss. Univ. of Miss. Miss. State Univ. Prague Univ. Texas Christian Univ. Vanderbilt Univ. Univ. of Tennessee Louisiana State Univ. Samford Univ. February March l 23 Miss. State Univ. 28 Florida State Univ. 30 Univ. of Georgia 4 Univ. of Georgia 6 Florida State Univ. 11 Auburn Univ. 13 Univ. of Miss. 18 Louisiana State Univ 20 Vanderbilt Univ. 25 Univ. of Kentucky 27 Univ. of Tennessee 3 Auburn Univ. 6 Univ. of Kentucky Page 244 Basketball f- ---- , I L ,T-if 'ia' l U " ' 14' 1 -Q 65.1 r .ne-fu' C l ' 4 1. Victory hasn't quite been the hallmark of recent Alabama basketball history and this yearls story was about the same. The Tide didn't start off too well and fell slowly behind in the S.E.C. As each week passed by, Mike Nordholz led his teammates in number of field goal completions for the second year. He also finished first in the S.E.C. for goals. Coach Hayden Riley in his seventh season with the Tide has brought Alabamals cagers from the bot- tom to knock off many a conference pow- erhouse and give every one of his oppo- nents a rival not to be conquered. Perhaps the biggest heartbreak of the season was a 66 to 63 loss to Auburn. Page 247 Zld nuw- ,Y ,. Mr. Basketball: Mike Nordholz -W-M, Page 248 Alabama Letterman: Nordholz, Ludwig, Turner, jones, M cDaniel -v, efffgg '53Q I agnnup-sl gh iw X qw-un... .gh w ,,Q'iG'.q..,,,f'A'x 'M 'LZ " i 'inf Page 250 ge 251 Freshman Basketball Midway through the season, the Frosh had a more impressive record than did their varsity counterparts. With fourteen wins and three losses, Alabama's freshmen boast one of the best conference records. Four mem- bers of the team have completed fifty percent or more of their field- goals attempted, and another four have averaged at least twenty points per game. VVith a fine Freshman team, Bamaps varsity future should shine brightly. Baseball Page 252 March April May Iacksonville State Birmingham Southern Fla. State Tourn. Fla. State Tourn. Auburn Birmingham Southern Florence State So. Miss. Livingston State Mississippi Mississippi La. State La. State Miss. State Miss. State Livingston State So. Alabama So. 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I ...-yighhw-ir., .- t-.:wm"zf1::41i1 'ff' .Re , ,w . , - f 1 ALPHA CHI OMEGA In the 1966 Alpha Upsilon, winner of Alpha Chi Omega's Most Outstanding Chapter award, continued "to seek the heights" through excellence in all areas of campus life-academics, activities, and beauty. To spread the tradition of Alpha Chi Omega further throughout the South, Alpha Upsilon was chosen as the colonizing chapter for Auburn. Alpha Chi's served as big sisters to the Auburn pledges and presided at the formal charter- ing of the Auburn chapter in February. Here at Bama Alpha Chi's were elected to Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Board, and Whois XfVho. The Outstanding Junior Wloman, Freshman Representative to AWS, Chairmen of AWS and Panhellenic Committees, Freshman cheerleader, anud officers of various honoraries and organizations-all wear the lyre of Alpha C i. Alpha Chi prizes both its present and former Miss Alabamas and also counts among its beauties the Sigma Chi Derby Darling, AROTC and AF ROTC spon- sors, two Corolla beauties, two favorites, Bama Belles, Mahout Girls, and the reigning International Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. Alpha Chi looks forward to many more rewarding years with the newest addition to our chapter-our lovely and gracious housemother, Mrs. Sara Blake. ALPHA CHI OMEGA SOROITY Adams, Anderton, Barron, Bentley, Bowers, Brazelton, Breeden, Bullock! Bur- dick, Carpenter, Childs, Church, Clark, Cody, Cooney, Calberson!Curtis, Davis, C., Davis, D., Dickinson, Donohoo, Dyar, Ezell, Fields! Folk, F ox, Gates, Glisson, Goldsmith, Green, Hamilton, Hebson! Hendrix, Higginbotham, Holston, Jarrett, jones, H., jones, K., Karin, Kendrick! Kennamer, Kimbrough, Kirkland, Kirven, Knowles, Knuclsen, Lancaster, Lavender! Liles, Logan, Long, Loveless, McCabe, McNeil, Mcliee, Martin, B., Martin ! I., Mason, Maxwell, Mitchell, Morris, Neely, Neighbors, Nunn, Oakley! O,Connor, Patterson, Phillips, Porter, Price, Robertson, Schell, Sherer, Shope!Siales, Siniard, Smith, Smithson, Steele, Stein- wincler, Swindle, Syltie, Taylor! Thomas, Tucker, Van Tassel, Varner, Wallace, Wharton, Williams, A., Williams, E., Wilson. Page 296 XSS Page 297 ALPHA DELTA Pl Alpha Delta Pi Was founded on May 15, 1851, at Wesleyan 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 Corolla Beauty Favorite, one of the Top Ten of the State Maid of Cotton Contest and Miss Congeniality in that same con- test, Crimson Cirl Finalist, and several Bama Belles. Scholastically, ADPi's can be found among the ranks of Pi Mu Epsilon, Chi Delta Phi, Beta Alpha Psi, Kappa Delta Epsilon, and Beta Beta Beta. VVe also boast of active members on Senior and Freshman Councils, a Senator of Arts and Sciences, members of AWS activities, and third place for Homecoming float decorations. ALPHA DELTA P1 SORORITY Bass, Belclzer, Braswell, Burt, Cagle, Calhoun, Carne, Carruthers! Cassels, Child- ree, Clarke, Corbin, Culbert, L., C albert, P., Daniels, Davis, PJ Davis, S., Dinwiddie, B., Dinwidclie, L., Dunn, M., Dunn, S., Evans, Fawcett, Free! Fritts, Gant, Garner, Goatley, Graham, Griffin, Grizzard, Harris! Hays, Hofstetter, Houck, Howell, Jehle, Iones, jordan, Kennedy, Knight! Kniplifer, LaGroue, Largue, Larrimore, Lloyd, Luxenberg, M cGilberry, M clnnis, M cKinneyl McLeod, Madison, Nooiin, Oaks, Osborne, Parrish, Peagler, Posey, Powell, G.l Powell, L., Robertson, Sawyer, C., Sawyer, S., Simpson, C., Sims, Stuart, Satley, Taylorl Tbonuzsson, Tucker, Turner, Waite, Walker, 1Vl1atley, Wilban.ks, Willard, Zeanalz.. Page 298 vu. vt Page 299 W. -ET: MH tx -r-w 1, ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Happiness is 135 girls living under one roof. Howis that for being the largest sorority on campus? All 135 seem to be Working bard in campus activities. Our Iudic members are hard at Work under those long black robes, our Sigma Chi Derby winners are still sporting that trophy, the AWS leaders are keeping in touch with cam- pus activities, and no telling what the Chi Delta Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Boarders, and Triangle members are doing. What about those campus beauties? Crimson Girls are keeping the Bear straight, Army and Air Force Sponsors are stepping high, and of course there are the Fraternity Sweethearts, Alabama's Iantzen Smile Girl, and Seventeen Model still stopping the traffic. Must run-remember Alpha Gam's are greatl ALPHA GAMMA DELTA SORORITY Armstrong, Arnold, Atkeison, Bayer, Beasley, M., Blackman, Brackin, Brad- ley, BroadwayfBrotherton, Brown, M., Brown, R., Brown, S., Buck, Callen, Campbell, S. H., Campbell, S. E., Cartwrightf Christian, Clarke, Cole, Cound, Cox, Crommelin, Crook, Daugette, Dosterl Duvall, Elmore, Emery, Fauoett, Fenn, Fitts, Fleming, Flewellen, Fox, A.f Fox, H., Frasier, Garrison, Grainger, Gray, Griffin, Halliday, Hamilton, Hampshire, Haughton I Henderson, I., Hen- derson, M., Holley, Howard, L., Howard, M., Howell, Howze, Hudson, Ivey, Iamesffeffery, jones, Jordan, Kenney, King, Lambert, Little, Lowery, Lumpkin, McClintock! McLeod, Magruder, Martin, Massenaale, M erlflin, M oore. Mosteller, Myhand, Nisbet, I. 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N x V -, -V '- V s? 9 5 V X V V E ai W A' 1 S is , V x 5 -2 M eww Y Y K ' .F ,..,.V, .4 . rc, iV.VVVV .'sf:i'Q-' -1 ' " 1 ' JF" 'V 3 -. fll V1 . . V YK? 151555- 'K "'I ' ' 'XP c 5 E.. r VS X 9 V V' , V "" 1 , L, M..r'.V.aq::.z..es f 1: 5 - X pf v P' W. 225- X I V 3 S V V , 4' Xl 7 1 X, Y X Page sw: . 3 f V? V. IV. .I- V5 in vi, -. " 301 Q -Va. 'S - .X M3- ,A-ff,,.,V ---Vw EFMVAJ . . ' , - ' 1 X Q? 5 ' fi , .. : i VV ' V1 LPHA OMICRO PI VVe're new! VVe're active, and extremely ambitious. The University wanted a new sorority and they wanted the best. In that case it was only natural for the AOPi,s to colonize. After an exciting rush week, along with help from our Auburn and Birming- ham Southern chapters, we could boast of thirty-five pledges who were eager to build a reputable name for AOPi. Our numbers increased steadily with quality not quantity as our goal. VVe now have members in over twenty campus clubs and organizations. NVe are proud of our Bama Belles and our participation in all campus functions. Among all our activities we spent our semester searching for a home and finally located a temporary dwelling on Thomas Circle. Although we were elated on finding a home, close quarters and location have stimulated plans on our new house which should be finished in the near future. AOPi has made an illuminated start but we anticipate an even brighter future. ALPHA OMICRON PI SORORITY Barber, Bostrorn, Brazil, Brown, Carter! Clay, Cooley, Daffron, DePass, Dulaneyl Duncan, Eggert, Euhanks, Falkner, Fordl Forsythe, Frederick, Gardner, Gibson, Gray! Heroig, Huckabee, jones, Lackey, Looe, McNalleyl Peoerley, Proctor, Rainey, Schaub, Singley, Sioert! Smith, K., Smith, S., Sorensen, Wakefield, Waters, White. Page 302 Page 303 ALPHA XI DELTA If you see any pint-size girls around our house, no, they aren,t pledges, they're brownies. We have three troops under our command. We are interested in many facets of campus life-dating, attending football games, infiltrating fraternity parties, and-oh yes-seriously serving the Univer- sity as class council members, President of Panhellenic, Mortar Board, President of SNEA, Triangle, AWS, Spirit, Million Dollar Band, Orchestra Members, Choral Union, University Singers, Alpha Beta Alpha, Phi Chi Theta, Mu Phi Epsilon, and Chi Delta Phi. Look for a smiling girl with a quill the next time you're Where the action is. ALPHA XI DELTA SORORITY Adams, Alexander, Bacon, Britain, Capps, Champlinf Davis, Frierson, Green, Hampton, Honeycutt, Howard, L. B.fH0ward, L. K., jones, Keith, Kelly, Kind- berg, Ko0pfLaGrone, Mackelden, Maugans, Mehler, Miley, Miller! Murphy, Naeter, Neal, Neas, Ray, Richards! Seidel, Sellers, Shelton, Stabile, Summers, ghomas f Underwood, Vines, YValsh, Williams, B., Willianis, C., Wimberly, eager. Page 304 fi' X5 Page 305 QV' CHIUMEGA The wise old Chi O owl had much to boast about this year. Chi Omega members of Mortar Board, Phi Beta Kappa, VVho's Who, council members president of Alpha Lambda Delta. The publication areas were also well resented with business manager of the M ahout, assistant editor of Comrn and a feature writer for the Crimson-White. In the social whirl, Miss Bama Day, the Homecoming Queen, and Alabi Maid of Cotton wear Chi Omega pins. As for fraternity sweethearts we cl the Sigma Phi Epsilon Queen of Hearts, Phi Kappa Sigma Cinderella C the Pike State Dream Girl, and Theta Xi Sweetheart. And finally, congratulations to our wonderful pledges for winning Fan Persons in the Homecoming Parade-for the second year in a row! CHI OMEGA SORORITY Barry, Bates, Brown, Campbell, Cantrell, Cobb, Conerly, CooperlCradd Crew, Damsgard, Donner, Elliott, England, Fischer, Foosel Garris, Glc Goodwyn, Green, Haigli, Hagood, Hall, Harreall, Harris! Harwell, Hasl Haynie, Herrnans, Hinton, Hitchcock, Horton, Ingram, IordanlKeller, Kilg Klyoe, C., Klyce, K., McBurney, McConell, McDuff, McGraw, Madi Magruder, Martin, Mathews, Maura, Maurer, Miller, Minor, Muller, Oo Owen, D., Owen, M., Owen, K., Pace, Pierce, Pittman, Powell, Powers, B Sanders, Seifert, Shaw, Sheller, Smith, Stone, Strait, Stringfellow, Sussex! Sus Tillery, Wacker, Woods, Woolf, Worsham, G., Worsham, L., Yeager, Yon Page 306 B qw xx X vw- 5 wx? -7 .1 ,X A 1 4 J Page 307 f?q'Q3??QQgq -W ,fan .., fy ,,1..vf NN, X DELTA DELTA DELT From their unique Round House, the Deltas-three swirl 'round campus picl ing up honors and adding to activities as they go! For the SECOND YEAR in a ROWV, one of their major accornplishmen' was a well-earned first place in lawn decorations devision of the Homecomin competition. The decked up Round House caused a hurricane of approva lThis year We even finished decorating in time to hear the Lettermenlj As part of their ability to storm the campus, the Tri-Deltas coolly show u all others with their five of the twelve Crimson Cirls, VVho's Who member Corolla favorites, fraternity Sweethearts, Mortor Boards, Phi Beta Kappas, A Force and Army sponsors, and AXVS leaders. As anyone can see, the girl beauty is only equaled by their intelligence and personality. VVhat other praise can be given to the' girls? Around the proud Universit breeze the unique Tri-Deltas, the best girls on campus. DELTA DELTA DELTA SORORITY Adams, Aldridge, Apel, Armstrong, I., Armstrong, L., Armstrong, P., Arnol Babinl Ball, Bassett, Bates, Beck, Bennett, Blaokrnarr, Bond, BrownlBurt, Ca1 non, Cobb, Cowden, Curtis, Davies, Day, Dorrisl Dunaway, Earl, Earls, Ee. hardt, Engwall, Feagin, Finch, F ooselFoster, Garner, George, Glasser, Glove Hardesty, Hart, HipplG00cl1.vin, Hager, Hall, Hamilton, Harris, Hawkins, Ha. zard, Huddleston, Lavender! Jackson, johnson, jones, Kennedy, Kuppersmit. Kuster, M cCamy, M oDonald, McGon.igallMiller, Moore, L., Moore, M., M orgaf Morrison, Mouron, Munfee, Nearen, NelsonlParkhurst, Payne, Reed, Reise Rowell, Russell, Saywell, Slfzerer, Simpson! Sparks, Stallings, Staples, Stinnet Troutman, Vaughan, Ventress, VValdrop, Walkerl White, Wilkerson, Williforr Williams, Wilson, P., Wilson, M ., Wilson, R., Woodham, Woodruff. Page 308 Sm.-K wwf. . 'A, i au :Q 'MM LY: ..- w 1 AQ, XM Q xw 4 a- W Page ,5? ,"- X. K ji' 'V" -.3 Q' " l J 35 , , -,, 'S R Ai 1 Pa DELT GAMMA After a semester of living in the middle of nowhere-actually down the street from the ATO's-we certainly were glad to move back into our neWly-modeled- and-enlarged house on Sorority Row. With us, we took some new honors to display in our almost-new house. In the campus activities line, we have an Education Senator, summer President of Panhellenic, summer Secretary-Treasurer of AXVS, members of Alpha Lambda Delta, Triangle, Mortor Board, YVho's XVho in American Colleges and Univer- sities, and Phi Beta Kappa. Wle also have many members on AWS class councils, AWS committees, many scholastic honoraries and workers on the C-W and the Corolla. As for beauties both on and off campus we have many. Two of our girls scored high this summer with one being first alternate, Miss Meridian, and the other, Tupelols Miss Congeniality. So, for the greatest combination of brains and beauties, be sure to visit the Delta Gamma House. Would you believe? XVe have an anchor out front! DELTA GAMMA Anger, Bagwell, Bailey, Baughman, Berry, Blair, Bonner! Brown, I., Brown, S., Barton., Caldwell, Coker, Cook, CooperlCox, Dahlene, Davis, Dedman, Dixon, Drake, Duke, Ellison.!Gentle, Grant, Griffin, Haggard, Harris, Haoarcl, Hays, Hicks lHill, Holmes, Hopton, Hasty, Irwin, Kirksey, Kitchen, Layton lLioeakos, Lyons, McCarter, Mills, Murray, Nelson, Parkman, Paul l Perkins, Pickett, Heed, Selman, Sherer, Sloan, Snider, Spree I Steigerwald, Taylor, Thomas, E. O., Thomas, I., Thompson, Tucker, Ufaller, Wear. Page 310 Page 311 DELT PHI EP ILO Hereis the lowdown, the poop, and the scoop, On all the doinis of the DPhiE group. VV e Deephers knew we were the best, Then Panhellenic put us to the test. The big day arrived and the winner was named, A trophy awarded for scholarship fame. XVe're active in Triangle and Pi Sigma A, On all councils and in SC-A. Bama Belle, Homecoming Finalist-Beauties Galore, Usherettes, Corolla Editor-there's still plenty more. Homecoming Committee and Secretary of Campus Chest, Swan Club, Spirit-its time for a rest. We have an exceptional social life-we date, Let's face it on campus, we really rate. The boys love us-we have a ball, Lavaliers, pins-we've got them all. So, come on over, well sing of our fame, Tops on campus-D Phi E is the name. DELTA PHI EPSILON Beckharclt, Bresler, Broda, Bromberg, BrowdylEdwa1'cls, Friedman, Gordon, Gross, Isenl9erg!Leoy, Meer, Miller, Nelson, PackfPatz'ers0n, Rad-in, Sills, E., Sills, N., Silverstein, K.l Silverstein, T., Skuclin, Slaughter, Stein, Stephenson! Susman, Toporek, Walls, White, Wloolf, Zell. Page 312 Page 313 DELTA ZETA DELTA ZETA TIMES, 1966-67 WORLD NEWS: DZ National Convention held in Bahamas, U of A Chapter captures four key awards .... Delta Zetas are foster 'imothersa' to girl in Bogata, Columbia. POLITICAL NEWS: Making major gains in all areas of student government, the DZ political picture focuses on some of the following: two positions on AWS Board of Directors-Second Vice President QLanej and Transfer Repre- sentative lCindyD, two members of the Triangle Board of Directors-Treasurer CPamD and Publicity Chairman Uoallenj, Vice President of Spirit, two meme bers of A'WS Iudicuary Council, fifteen Triangle members, thirteen members of AWS committees: ten on class councils, two officers in Marketing Club: Chaplain of "Y", Greek Editor of Corolla . . . SOCIETY: Year highlighted by faculty tea honoring the delightful Southern Lady who is our new housemother, Mrs. Bess Bostwick .... Featured on calendar-annual Pledge Formal and Rose Banquet . . . SPORTS: DZ's come from behind in hard-fought, "photo finishu barrel race to win the Bama Day "Olympic,' Field Events . . . . NAMES IN THE NEWVS: Sandy O'Brien-Corolla Beauty, AFROTC Sponsor, First Alternate Circle K Sweetheart, Sandy Reeves-Mortar Board Editor, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Carolyn Holland and Mary Ann Thigpin-Phi Beta Kappa, Marquita Spain-Sweetheart of Phi Sigma Kappa, Vicki Lowe-Corolla Favorite. LOST: Too many members in marriage .... every volleyball game .... one Scholarship Charm Qfrom fatigue, frustration, and nervous tensionj .... FOUND: A deep and abiding faith in the fraternity system, through the laughter, work, and tears that are the sisterhood of Delta Zeta .... DELTA ZETA SORORITY Adams, Anthony, Austin, Benefield, Blackmon, Blount, Bowman, Brewer! Brock, Bruenner, Butler, Calhoun, Campbell, Castleberry, Chambers, Clarlcl Cordell, Counts, R., Counts, S., Dahlke, Dailey, Daley, P., Daley, M., Darden! Davis, Dean, Dodson, Einstein, Ellis, Farrell, Faulk, Fergusonl Fincher, Flickinger, Foxx, Gates, Glover, Grier, Griffin, Guin! Hagan, Hamilton, Hanes, Haven Horton, Humble, Jensen, Iohnsonljones, jordan, Kuykenclall, Ledbetter, Lewis, Llewellyn, Logsdon, Lowe! McBride, Mate, Milstead, Monella, Nesbitt, Norris, O'Brien, Padgett! Penton, Pollard, Potts, Reeves, Rhodes, Richerson, Roberts, Roe !Rumley, Shaffer, Shield, Sizemore, Smith, D., Smith, P., Smith, S., Spain, Sxpencerl Sullivan, Thomas, Tidwell, Trimble, Tutwiler, Underwood, Wa1'd, Wells, itt. Page 314 Page 315 KAPP ALPHA THET As the University of Alabama and its southern ways go hand in hand so do Kappa Alpha Theta and tradition. This year brought to this university die oldest Greek fraternity for women in America. The Thetas got into the full swing of things with the pledging of 35 new and enthusiastic southern belles. We had an event-filled year by joining right in campus activities. A full week of Activities was planned in March with most of our national officers present to preside over our formal installation. With the receiving of our national charter our Theta colony at Alabama became recognized as the 93 chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta. In all the excitement we still found time to have our Theta Kite Day where all the pledges flew their decorated kites before being initiated as charter members. We had our first Spring party along with a number of coffees to end out the 1966-67 school season in high style. Presently the girls are looking forward to the building of our new chapter house in the next year or two. KAPPA ALPHA THETA SORORITY Brooks, Cbenault, Coombs, Crocker, DUH6llliflFZGSl1md7l', Gresham, Gumprecht, Hornsby, Hurtollarois, jones, Keenan, Loeb, Lukerl McVVhi1ter, Mason, Mathis, Mayfield, Meyer! Miller, Moore, Myers, Norwood, O,Neil l Rittenour, Scott, Shillingburg, Shute, SquitierilTankersZey, Tfmt, lValsh, VVhitehead, VVitmer. Page 316 i i MH KAPPA DELTA It is Springtime in our lodge hall again and time to take stock of the past year. We at the Kappa Delta House have tried our best to make the most of a bad situation. And have succeeded in erasing the memories of long nights "hitting the books." The year started off with the pledging of thirty-three lovely ladies who are threatening to kick us out of the house for bad manners. But we quickly dashed down to Nicks to drown our sorrows. Then Frances Rice set an all time record, by being named AFROTC sponsor for the third year. And Ian Hardy was also chosen a member of the Tuesday-Thursday Exercise Squad. If that was not enough, Diana Hasty and Rosa Hamlett had to get on "Big Iudicf' and blew all party weekends. Yet all was not lost. We did land mem- bers, who might have some pull when our time rolls around, on all the class councils. We set a record this year for having the strongest girls on campus. We have to be in order to put up our Homecoming decorations. Maybe next year, we will take a lesson from the Dekes and just put up a sign. Contrary to popular opinion, we do have a few brains running around our house. Ann Lee and Mary Aline Culpepper were tapped into Mortar Board with Ann being named President. And then horror of all horrors, Mike Ashurst and Katie Pritchett were elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Mike and Ann were also named in VVho's Who in American Colleges and Universities. To put the icing on the cake, We had thirteen girls elected into school honoraries. Oh Well, what's one to do? It's almost time for exams and if the Seniors leave our lodge in one piece, we will be back again next year. Looking forward to Nicks, the 'basement juice" at the frat houses and most of all our lovely sisters. KAPPA DELTA SORORITY Acton, Adams, Beauchamp, Beeland, Berry, L., Berry, L. P., Bowden, Braswelll A., Braswell, C., Brooks, Brown, Baie, Christian, Clark, B., Clark, L., Cochrane! Coleman, A., Coley, Collier, Cox, Crabtree, Culpepper, Dollar, DuTeillEhlert, Elgin, Ennis, Etheridge, Evans, F erguson, Fitz, GraveslGregory, Guillard, Hal- sey, Hamlett, Hardy, Harris, D., Harris, I., HastulHitzman, Hubbuch, Inge, Iames, Iohnson, jones, Kelley, K., Kimbrough, KitchenslKyser, Lee, A., Lee, B., McCray, McDaoid, C., McDaoid, E., McGuire, McMillan, Meagher! Meredith, Mooney, Morton, Nichols, Partridge, Patton, Petrey, Pipes, Plummer! Poyntz, Pritchett, Rainer, Randall, Rast, Rice, Roberts, Robertson, Robinson! Rose, Sand- ers, Sevier, Smith, D., Smith, I., Smith, P., Spight, B., Spight, L., Stewart! Thorn- ton, Ward, Webb, A., Webb, L., Whatley, White, Willis, I., Willis, S., Wolf. Page 318 R ,Z 'U , Q 'I . f ff" . . ga X 'ni Page KA Ink 4. . fl bf KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 44 -, Ny .. - Y... Definition of a Kappa . . . Between the gawkiness of early adolescence and the dignity of young woman- hood, we find a lovely creature known as the Kappa Kappa Gamma. She comes in assorted sizes, shapes, weights, and ages. Kappas are found everywhere: at the Supe Store, over at the Deke house, in the Corolla Beautv section, asleep in class, on the drill field, and last but not least, in W'ho's VVho! At the Kappa house we find a conglomeration of characters: politicans Q go it Marshaj, brains Q a few of us actually made 3.0's-a very fewj, goof-offs Cyou know the oneslj, cheerleader Cyeah, Carolj, and ex-athletes lpoor, poor Pattij. Kappas like convertibles, parties, football players, unlimited cuts, and boys CNance is the Sweetheart of Sigma Chij. hMothers love them, fathers finance them, and the opposite sex adores t em. Nobody else can sleep as much, date as much, cram for exams as much, and enjoy life as much as a Kappa! All Kappas have the same creed: to relish every minute of every hour of every day, to delay doing class assignments, to anticipate forthcoming weekends, and to live and work together as sisters. KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Abele, Athey, Balch, Baker, Barkley, Benton, Bostwick, Brantley, Brown, M.l Brownback, Buerger, Burns, Cane, Carroll, Caroer, Childs, Cook, CoxlDay, Dickson, Dodson, Dupre, Elmore, Evans, Fayord, Fisher, Fondef Fowler, Gar- rett, Gibson, Grafton, Griffin, L., Griffin, M., Hacker, Hammond, Hardy! Her- rod, Hillard, Holaday, Hooks, Jeffery, jordan, Karpinski, Kelley, M., Kelley, S.l King, Ladd, Lamar, Latimer, Little, Long, Lott, McCabe, McDowell l McFadden, McNeil, Maley, Martin, B., Martin, C., Martin, M ., Meighan, Miller, I., Miller, NJ Moody, Moore, Morris, Morrison, Morrow, Murray, Nettles, Norwood, Og- burnl Oswalt, Addock, Pearce, Phillips, Price, Radcliff, Richardson, Rickett, Rileyfliogers, Russell, Saik, Sanford, Seacat, Self, C., Self, H., Sellers, Shannonl Smith, Staff, Sweeney, Thames, Thomas, Tippins, Trabue, L., Urquhart, Vooklesl Zlfallek Waugh, Webb, White, Wilbanks, Williamson, Wilson, Winstead, Yar- roug . Page 320 mir 1 Page 321 PHI MU 2 ,A,, N 9, . Z i. 2 5 , ' K i i . I Z 1 SCHOLARSHIP-Kathy Mason, Phi Beta Kappa, Martha Huey, Mortar Board, Phi Alpha Theta, Mariella Dearman and Martha Huey LEADERSHIP-Marilyn Mathison, President of AWS, Beth Caldwell, Vice- President of Panhellenic BEAUTY-Charlotte Tomlinson and Leigh Stanford, Corolla Beauties SPIRIT-Donna Davenport and Lucia Adams, University of Alabama Cheer- leaders HONORS-Donna Davenport, Kappa Alpha Rose, Charlotte Tomlinson, First Alternate Homecoming Queen PHI MU Adams, F., Adams, L., Adams, M., Andrews, Argiro, Atkins, Atkinson, Bankstonl Bellew, Birchfield, Bolay, Boswell, Burgess, Cain, Caldwell, I., Caldwell, MJ Canty, Canzoneri, Case, Collins, Daniels, Davenport, I., Davenport, M., Davis! Dillard, Drinikard, Duke, Duvardo, Edson, Evans, Fair, F erlisil F ishwick, Gaitten, Gates, Glass, Gramling, Green, Greene, Gwin l Hammett, Hammond, Hankins, Henry, Holmstock, Horn, Houston, Huey!Hultquist, Karrick, Koeppel, Lewis, McKerall, Martin, Mason, Mathison! Merriam, Miller, Moore, Morgan, Nichols, Normann, O'Brien, Parker! Pate, Payne, Pennington, Phillips, Reeves, Riddle, Roberts, RohinsonlSmith, A., Smith, D., Smith, K., Smith, S. E., Smith, S. M., Stanford, Steele, N., Steele, N. P., SuraeilThrasher, Tomlinson, Trice, Tathill, Van Ryzin, Wallace, Weber, Wilson, W'o0d. Page 322 Page 323 ID XX: 55 if 4x5 4 wx. M 219 I 6 3 -W 1 PI BETA PI-II For years everyone has been trying to gain access to the Pi Phiis exclusive recipe for success. Out of the kindness of our hearts, we now unfold our secret. Follow these directions carefully and you will get unfailing results. Begin with one beautiful, brand new house and forty fabulous pledges. Mix with this fifteen Triangle members, three SGA Senators, several Aws workers fthe board, class councils, and committeesl and other activities. Donit forget to add beauties for special spice: District Circle K Sweetheart, Delta Chi Indian Princess, SPE Little Sister, Corolla Beauties, two girls in the top ten for Home- coming Queen, and many fraternity sweetheart finalists are sufficient. The final ingredients consist of scholarship and honoraries. A few honoraries which may be added include: Who's VVho, President of Phi Upsilon Omicron lHome Economics honoraryl, and members in Kappa Delta Epsilon and Mu Phi Epsilon. After these ingredients have been mixed thoroughly you will have a chapter, such as ours, filled with success and, topped with spirit, Sisterhood and love. PI BETA PHI Benton, Berglin, Berry, Bosticlc, Bowen, Bower, Boyer, Bray! Brice, Burdette, C' leoerclon, I., Cleoerclon, S., C lowclus, Cobb, C ouch, DaoieslDuffey, F alkenburg, F arb, F argason, F erguson, Garrett, Gaut, Glasgow f Griffis, Haney, Harrison, Hayes, Hayles, Hays, Herbert, Hi7JplHodnett, Holmes, Holt, Huguley, Iohnson, King, K., King, S., LeechlLord, Lyons, McGough, McGraw, McKie, McPeters, McPherson, Marshall l M eagher, Menke, Meyer, Mitchem, Moeller, Moragues, Morrison, Natterl Olson, Owens, Peebles, Price, Provost, Rector, Rodenberry, Hush, ButhlSargent, Sexton, Shepard, Sims, Smith, South, Stead, Stokes, Strick- lam:llTate, Temple, Thomas, Ward, Weed, Vfhite, Whitt, Wood, Wright. Page 324 -In fbia- ...Q X x. Page 325 CL, , ,,.:r.K-, 'S 'x HHH1 'A .426 Qu In XX IGMA DELTA TAU just as T-I-D-E spells the Number One team in the nation, so does S-D-T spell the Number One Sorority on the campus. S stands for supercalafragilisticexpealodocious, and tliatls the only Word for our activities-WVe boast of the Secretary of AVVS QLynneQ, the Ir. Representa- tive to AVVS QSuzyeQ, and the Treasurer of Panhellenic QDianel, on school publications, the MAHOUT Office Manager QLinda!, and the assistant Art Editor QCarenQ. In Senior Council Q'Weinjugsl, junior Council QEllen and Marlenel, Sophomore Council QDiane and Diannej, Freshman Council QElla and Paulinej, and in Triangle CSuzye, Claudia, Linda, and Lynnej. D stands for Devils-in-Disguise, and our beauty lists include COROLLA Beauty QClauclial, COBOLLA Favorite Qlaynnel, AF ROTC Sponsor QDiannel and ArmyROTC Sponsor CLynnej, Bama Belle QPhyllisl, University Dancers CLynda and Claudiajg and Head Crimson Girl Cllynnej . . . not to mention our Fashion Model QEllenj, and our fraternity sweetheart finalists Uane, fill, and Susanj. T stands for Terrific!!! Both in our Tide's Number One team and the SDT's Number One team. SIGMA DELTA TAU Bornstein, Buring, Burson, Caplan, Colien!Coo7Je1', Epsman, Fink, Finn, Fleisher! Frockt, Gordon, Gormtein, Hyman, Kle'in!Lew1ls, Lewitz, May, Nowak, Reuben! Rosenbaum, Rosner, Sack, Silver, Silverman! Sims, Solomons, Weinstein., Yates. Page 326 ,lil x Page 327 Z ETA TAU ALPH .1 x ' r ml.. XVhat is it with the girls that wear the crown and shield? The sorority that's second largest on campus and second in national membership, too? They have everything, plus the National Fraternity Spirit Award, thatis What! Brain-Wise-we have members in Mortor Board, YVho's XVho, Phi Beta Kappa, Honors Program, Alpha Lambda Delta and in all school honoraries. I Beauty-wise, there's those knock-outs who are the fraternity sweethearts, Corolla favorites, ROTC sponsors, and Bama Belles. And Activities-have you ever? Out of twelve thousand students, the recipient of the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award . . . Most Outstanding Freshman Woman . . . National Editor of IAXVS . . . three on AXVS Board of Directors . . . two in the long black robes of Big Judie . . . SGA Legislative Secretary . . . Women's editor of the C-TV . . . two Corolla section editors . . . Mademoiselle's Campus Representative . . . members on AYVS councils and committees . . . scads in Triangle . . . whewl Out of breath yet? Wle are and We've hardly begun .... But all good things must come to an end-bye for now. ZETA TAU ALPHA Abbot, Anderson, Ansley, Bailey, Beason, Bellamy, Benson, Binion, Bishop, I. M .l Bishop, I. A., Bohne, Bracey, Brooks, B., Brooks, L., Broughton, D., Broughton, M., Brown, BurrlBussey, Cain, Caldwell, Campbell, Cannon, Chappell, Cioils, Cook, CorumlDaois, Denholm, Dent, Dobbs, Durham, Edwards, Ellis, Gwin, Fairclothl Ford, Garrett, Gorman, Gray, Green, Gunter, M., Gunter, V., Hahn, Hale lHammock, Hanby, Hanecak, Harbert, Hawkins, Haywood, Herring, Hinds, Hobbs lHolston, Houck, Ledue, Liddle, Loerch, Loftin, jackson, Iernigan, john- son, Ljlohnson, P., jones, L., jones, S., McCoy, McMillan-, McNabb, MatthewS, Meeks, Middleton! Moore, Murray, O'Neil, Pass, Pendley, Petty, Phillips, Price, Rialll Rice, Richards, Robinson, Rosich, Rutledge, Salter, Sanford, Schnell, Scott! Self, Shelinbarger, Sherrel, Skipper, Smith, Stewart, Sullivan, Taber, Taylor! Thompson, Trice, Wallace, Walsh, Welch, Weller, White, Wilson, Vickers. Page 328 , 2 z-, 1- fm, 1 " ' zaiyifyzz:-V W EP? kr' ., : ' M .: , - 2 My .4741 2:- ff P .91 ' 11,552 J ,ails deg- -. . -' 'A ma ' , 1: r -L-.V W 1 -,nn 'aff 3,2 V. nn-va: ' '-552.2 2. f , f" ' ' -- " -ire. sw x 2-za V V ' -- 9 .via y- ,Si -' ,V -, . f -Mr. vw fwwv4 - '1, vefv 4 xfA . - ' Q -f x, ll I 5, ,, ., I- f in 1 Page 329 .1 5 1-K ' , +1 af , ,il ,,. ,f.. 1 ',-"-0,1 f x-A .A ACACIA 3 Acacia is a national Greek social fraternity with fifty-three active ch and twenty-six thousand members. The name Acacia, a Greek word, was 1 by the founders instead of the usual Greek letters because of its rich signifi One of the newer college social fraternities, Acacia has grown to majr portance in the Midwest, East, and XVest, and has, in recent years, moving into the South. The Acacia chapter here at Alabama was cha May 1, 1966. VVe moved into a house on campus this fall, and have the first year's operation as a full-fledged part of the fraternity system. A Acacians are becoming known for leadership in campus activities, wit Managing Editor of the COROLLA, Publicity Chairman of the Festi' Arts, Capstone Greeks editor, and several LFC. committee chairmanshi The newest fraternity on campus, Acacia has been "coming on strong year. Founded on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and character, i is known for putting its ideals into practice. Not bound by years of tra' the Acacia chapter at Alabama has been making its own traditions durin year, and is becoming a leader among responsible Greeks at Alabama. ACACIA FRATERNITY Adams, Allhritton, Bannister, Boutwell, Chafinl Clarke, Dunn, F orrester, P Harris! Hayes, Ivey, jones, lowers, LamonlLeMond, McAdams, McGrif7t, NewrnanlNoZte, Rhone, Pioshorough, Sheedy, Shererl Smith, Spivey, D., E H., Thornton, C., Thornton, B., Vance. Page 330 2774 Page 331 ALPHA EP ILO . -'A"'e-f3'17:"' ' 2 SHUI! Wm! S'E?5E.23Ef 5 CD U gp 99 Q :E WOWCDHQQ 5.25995-Q5 0QsncnoQg"" Bm'-"Ebac fl 32023595 F1' E 2 Y7f+ H5w4C5 'DDEEQEUFJ "1 gimp egg :sr?OES3E'::" :s - W 9.,iH5"FfQFf m zr,-.O CD S tj 73 5'-e-1 CD EE CL G UQ Db 21 5 5 HQ ff WDQWUSQAE KEQMFSEJ sv so FRS-323450 " 3Po"W E Q 'U QL H E FU Q CD'-1-. QUQP-593 Cor-1-C WH QSQQZEP' Q. s'5a9h5-531 O P-9-f 220442 k259f5'BL,,2: EWFDQHSEQJ 9,?W'il+fm P-1 . QM"f9iET'55 m29,,E."?UQQ" UWHQEFS E.,.1O gn"I 5.553525 Sgqogggi Enwmw 2 :.EfH.O Q DOC-".5,1'Ecn r+ D O S? Q' on-zswgdd O v-f- y-. O U"O'Q99Q-"0 5OE':f'9f"f39 cn5oQk?532"cu ALPHA EPSILON PI FRATERNITY Blumenfeld, Dilson, Fried! Geuertz, Isacoff, Leeds! Polk, Stahl, Wechsler, Weilaml. Page 332 Page 333 ALPHA I IGMA PHI A brand new spirit on campus has been struck this year by Alpha Iota of Alpha Sigma Phi. Starting with the planning by the active body and the assistance from our Faculty Advisor, Iohn L. Blackburn, during the summer, we were able to redecorate our chapter house and develop new rush plans. This arduous planning attained for us a twenty-three man pledge class at the end of formal rush. This year we also spirited new enthusiasm for all pep rallies, game attendence and sports, doing especially well in tennis. We can safely say that this year has been one of our best in a long time. ALPHA SIGMA PHI FRATERNITY Dee, Domnanovich, Ezell, Finkhinerl Garland, Howell, McC01wghy, Miller, G.I Miller, S., Mize, Moudry, Payne, Pearce! Perry, Pochran, Powell, Richardson, Rust!Schwarzenbek, Smith, R., Smith, T., Thomas, Woods. Page 334 MI Xa Page 335 LPHA TAU OMEGA After One Hundred years of existence, ATO can be proud of Beta Delta Chapter at the University of Alabama. For eighty years ATO has remained at the head of the campus Creek world. The year of 1966-67 is perhaps our biggest. During this year We saw the fruits and dreams of our labors become a reality-we moved into our new home on New Fraternity Row. This is just one more milestone on our road to success. 1966-67 was a big year for members of Beta Delta Chapter. Mike Baldwin was named Brigade commander for Army ROTC. Hester Land was elected into Phi Beta Kappa. Politically, we claimed two members of the Senate, Ronnie Eubanks and John Hanley. WVe elected two members to the House of Representa- tives and Mike Baldwin served as Vice-President of the Inter-fraternity Council. This and other students participating in SCA gave our fraternity a voice of leadership. In the social arena we excelled once again. No ATO will ever forget the Creat Pumpkin Party and the VVinter Formal. Once again the Vikings sailed into their harbor of happiness and in 1967 we revived the golden memories of the days of old. As we, the men of ATO, strive for the betterment of ourselves, our fraternity, and our school, we live up to the old words: "if you can't go first class, just don't go at all." ALPHA TAU OMEGA F RATERNITY Acuff, Adams, Albright, Anderson, C., Anderson, T., Ashurstl Baldwin, Bolen, Boyd, Brittain, Bryan, ButlerlCooper, Elliott, Hagood, Hanley, Hargrove, Hor- nerllngalls, Garrett, Gilbert, Griffin, King, D., King, El Land, Lindley, Mac- Daniel, Meriwether, M onnier, MountainlOwen, Partin, Richardson, Sandlin, Silsbee, Starnesl Sullivan, E., Sullivan, T., Volz, Webb, White, Worlund. Page 336 MU' 4 Page 337 BETA THETA PI Phi Eta Sigma Two all Sports Trophies SCA House of Representatives Spirit Chairman Arnold Air Society President VVho,s VVho in American Universities and Colleges Three Cheerleaders Emphasis ,67 Co-Chairman SCA Student Court Prosecutor Among top third of Fraternities in Scholarship every semester Three Sportsmanship Trophies Two Turkey Trot First Place Trophies IFC President Two Auburn Effigy First Place Trophies IFC Man of the Year AFROTC Division Commander Two IFC Secretaries ALL THIS IN IUST 4 YEARS BETA THETA PI F RATERNITY Aston, Baker, Bostwick, Burns, Carson, Chesser, Copeland! Croswhite, Cruik- shanlc, Curren, Darden, F ife, Foster, F owlerl Gilbert, Grigsby, Hamiter, Haney, Hayes, Henderson, Herring! Hobson, Hodges, I., Hodges, S., Hopper, Iandebeur, Iones, Lets0n!Looeioy, McMahon, McNeff, Magill, Moebes, Moody, Murphy! Newton, Nichols, Parsons, E., Parsons, G., Phillips, D., Phillips, I., Raffieldl Rainey, K., Rainey, R., Riddle, Riley, Robbins, Sule, SwearingenlTyer, Walthall, Weems, White, Wilson. Page 338 CHI PHI Chi Phi was founded at Princeton University tthen known as the Coll of New jerseyj in 1824. Tau Chapter at the University of Alabama was fount in 1920. Chi Phi has 35 active chapters and 33,000 members. Distinguisi alumni include XValter Cronkite, Sylvester Smith QPres. American Bar Ass Vernon Thomson Qformer governor of Illisconsinj, Eugene Black CPres. World Bankl, Carl E. Saunders QGovernor of Georgial, Roscue Pound QD Emeritus of the Harvard Law Schooli, Gerald Phillippe QPres. of G.E. C and Eugene Holman Qchm. of the Board, Standard Oil of New Ierseyl. Important chapter functions at Tau include a variety of events. Those wl stand out most in our minds are the annual Homecoming Party, the Christi Champagne Party, the Spring F ormal, and our Wlest Indies Wleekend. In spersed among these are fall pledge swaps, casual parties and coffees and din: in the spring. Another chapter activity is intramural sports in which nearly Chi Phis participate. Last year we won enough events to take the All-Spi trophy by one of the largest margins ever. Chi Phis are always prominent campus activities. They are in Jasons, in ODK, in Phi Beta Kappa, and a I of other honoraries. Chi Phis serve as SCA Legislators. CHI PHI FRATERNITY Abercrombie, Bates, Boone, C.! Boone, G., Hall, HamnerlHardy, Hull, Hg Kennedy, Lambert, OakslPo1'te1', Scott, Smiley, Smith. Page 340 X0 Page 341 DELTA CHI ,fqii Located on the corner hill behind Bidgood Hall, the Alabama Chapter of Delta Chi was founded October 13, 1927, by a group of men who believed that brotherhood was one of the most valuable assets that a man could attain. Delta Chi has not only maintained the highest quality of brotherhood, but also started the 1966 fall semester with brothers on the Crimson-VVhite and Maliout Staffs, Homecoming Committee, and IFC Treasurer. Delta Chi's have also been members of Phi Eta Sigma, Rho Tau Alpha, Phi Alpha Delta, Beta Alpha Psi and XVho's XVho in American Colleges and Universities, and ODK. Our social calendar is highlighted every year by our Red and Buff Formal, Christmas Party, and legendary Indian Party. Also, at our National Convention held in St. Louis, Alabama Chapter received the award for the greatest scholastic improvement of all chapters in Texas, Florida, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia. IV e have been in our present home since 1936, however, through the organiza- tion and cooperation of the Birmingham Alumni Association and with the support of our most popular alumnus. Covernor Ceorge C. VVallace, we should be on New Fraternity Row by Spring semester of 1967. DELTA CHI FRATERNITY Allison, Anderson, Bachmann, Barnes, Brazil, Breckenridge I Brown, Coggin, Collier, Coogan, Crawford, C rockettl Dunn, Estis, Ford, Gartland, Goodwin, HagerlHarrison, I. G., Harrison, 1. R., H endricks, Hicks, Humble, Lacy I Loggins, McCormick, McGougli, McPeters, May, Milam, Moore! Morgan, Mullis, Osborn, gaizces, Russell, Saint, Shawl Shook, Swiatek, Veitch, VVatters, Watts, VVilliams, o e. Page 342 DELTA KAPPA EP ILC A is is ,WV , VVV: iwyf 1, I,W 4e.iz.2 gf rHe--...,.s- ,Q ' . i was-,,,i.i16, ,I if"-1: 'rifggf ffdf W ,,l.- .. 'Q I f 'gn in r -4-f 1 ff-ra...--4 - , an -- -- - The fraternity of Delta Kappa Epsilon, one of the first social fraternities in existence, was founded at Yale University in 1844. Psi Chapter of DKE, the oldest fraternity in the state of Alabama and the first fraternity on the Univer- sity campus, was named the most outstanding chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon at the 1965 convention for excellence in the areas of scholarship, chapter opera- tion, alumni relations, chapter improvement, and community service. For the past two years Deke has won the IFC Scholastic Trophy for having the highest grades on campus. Deke captured the softball and football intra- mural championships this year to place second in the All-Sports race. Our first place in the social standings is clearly demonstrated by our annual Under- takers' Ball, Christmas party, Litl' Abner Party, Underwater Party, and other social functions. Extracurricular activities find Dekes in SGA and IF C positions, on the Corolla and Maliouit staffs, in Iasons, ODK, and NVho's Who. At its founding in 1847, Deke was the only social fraternity on campus. Today, Deke remains the only social fraternity on campus. DELTA KAPPA EPSILON FRATERNITY Bagby, Beeler, Benber, Bixler, Brinson, Brock, Carrington! Chaney, Coop-213 Daugherty, DeMovy, Des Rockers, Dorman, Drees! Durre, DziRoss, Eaell, Ferguson, F luet, Fountain, Galloway, Gradclick lHayes, Herlong, Hillard, Hines Hollinger, Holloway, Hutto, InzerlKlyce, Leatlierbury, Lee, Lewis, Loovorn, Lyons, M eLemore, M CM urpliy, I. I M cMurpl1y, M., M anderson, M atlier, M eaflor I., M eaclor, W., Miller, I., Miller, R., MorganfOtts, Patron, Pine, Priest, Radcliff: Randall, Robinson, Sledge I Smith, Sullivan, I., Sullivan, R., Taliaferro, la Taliaferro, R., Tabla, Whitfield, Winstead. Page 344 J I 1. QE Page 345 DELT TAU DELTJ ! i We at Delta Eta of Delta Tau Delta, consider the past year a very success one, and feel the present year will bring us even more success. This year two Delt cheerleaders were selected to lead the Alabama spi We are represented in such campus honoraries as ODK, Jasons, Phi Eta Sigr Phi Mu Epsilon, Whois Wlho, and Ale and Quail. On the literary side brothers represent us on the Crimson-lVhite and Corc staffs. Our more military minded brothers represent us in the Arnold , Society and Scabbard and Blade. On the social scene we are reputed to have some of the best parties campus. Our annual Rainbow Formal, Champaign, and Purple Passion Passr are the traditional theme parties for the year. This year will be highlighi by our Barnyard Blowout. On the sports scene we successfully defended our football league champic ship. Our second, "peapicker," team has been in the playoffs the past fc years also. VVith the help of our new liousemother, Mrs. Ansley, we are expecting ew better years to come. DELTA TAU DELTA FRATEBNITY Alexander, Badham, Bell, Brookshire, Casagrande, Chamhliss, Chapman! Chi ault, Cherry, Clark, Cook, Coshatt, Cumbus, Dees! Denton, Dillard, Drew F alkner, Fargason, Finch, F ordl Galloway, Greer, Habshey, Harper, H ea Ioins, Iordanl Kent, Kittrell, Langley, Latham, Ledyard, McLauey, Massi Moon, Moseley, Nolen, Poole, Roberts, Ross, Russell!Ryan, Seales, Self, Selle Sheheane, Stallworth, Starlin.gfStith, Stuart, Tate, T aylor, Travis, Turner, Wait Whitfield. Page 346 MA ' Page 347 KAPPA ALPI-I Kappa Alpha Order was founded in 1865 under the guidance of General Robert E. Lee for the purpose of perpetuating the ideals of the true Southern Gentleman. Alpha Beta Chapter was founded at the University of Alabama in 1885 and since continually has been one of the most prominent fraternity chapters on campus. K A maintains consistently one of the highest scholastic averages while participating actively in extra-curricular activities, athletics and social life. The highlights of the social season include the Rose Fonfnal where our ideal southern belle is chosen as K A Rose, and Old South When, for a day, the Confederacy is reborn. In all achievements, K A's are bound by strong bonds of brotherhood. We bplieve that Kappa Alpha is not merely a social fraternity, but truly a way of li e. KAPPA ALPHA FRATERNITY Adair, Adams, Alford, B., Alford, T., Allen, Anthony, Armbrester! Bailey, Bank- ston, Bell, Boles, Bradford, Brittain, ClarklCobb, Cooper, Craig, Davis, Dodson, Ellis, Fitzpatrick! Fowler, Friday, Hauser, Hearn, Howard, D., Howard, E-, I-Iumberfjabour, jenkins, johnson., S., johnson, S. G., Jones, jordan, Klycel Molnnis, McKinney, Moore, O,Steen, Paterson, Patterson, PiClC6iTfPUCl'l, Redus, Reese, Reich, Rogers, Whitmire, VVilkesl lVilliams, I., Willianis, K., Wilson, Voght, F., Vooht, G. Page 348 Page 349 KAPPA SIGMA Located, fortunately, between two vacant lots on New Fraternity the Beta Chapter of Kappa Sigma, one of the oldest and largest social ties on this campus as well as the United States. After rush each fall, we take our cramped hands and sunburned tong gladly join in the festivities of squeal night, followed on successive W by football parties leach date is given a football and a thirty second hea Following the tradition of producing campus leaders, Bill Cochrar as President of the Cotillion Club and was elected to XVho's Who, whi jordan was President of the School of Commerce. 'We also placed two on the Swan Club. Our record of claiming the All Sports.Trophy for three CSD straig remains intact thanks to our stalwart checkers and ping pong teams. Never content to rest on its past achievements, Kappa Sigma Wil ever onward, tripping only occasionally over social probation and a f cans. KAPPA SIGMA F RATERNITY Adarns, I., Adams, S., Anderson, Arnold, Ayers, Barr, Baxley, Bislzog Brown, H., Brown, I., Campbell, Capps, Carpenter, Cochran, Copelandi Davidson, Davis, DeSliazo, Dickert, Dodd, Dueease, Elsberryllispy, Ei Fields, Florence, Friclce, Gibson, Girtman, Glover! Godsey, Gryder, C Guttery, Harte, Howard, Iackson, I., Iackson, W. I Iohnson, Iordan, Lanier, Leaman, Lewis, McBrayer, M cCray l MacMullen, Matbison Montgomery, Moore, Orme, Paris, ParsonslRarnage, Rawlings, Reeder, Roberts, Rodgers, Rogers, Sclieol Searcy, Sessions, Stockard, Sutton, Werdeboff, Van Tassel, Vines. Page 350 Page 351 LAMBA CHI ALPH 5aL:.L'i Fraternity-the spirit of Brotherhood. This phrase is the basic principle that we live by, both in word and in deed. Lambda Chi Alpha has proved this by pledging the best men on campus and inspiring them to become better men. Alpha Phi's forty-eight man fall pledge class typifies the amazing growth of Lambda Chi Alpha nationally. Founded in 1909 Lambda Chi now is the second largest national fraternity. At Lambda Chi Alpha a conscience effort is made to help each man to develop himself to the best of his ability. The first responsibility that a student has to himself and his family is "making the best gradesf' Therefore this be- comes Lambda Chi's chief goal. Our next goal is to develope our men socially, physically, and spiritually. One of the ways we achieve this is by participating in all exizacurricular activities. The building of our new fraternity House within the next year will be but a monument to a long line of dedicated Brothers at Alpha Phi. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA F RATERNITY Baggett, Beason, R., Beason, Roy, Butterly, Canter, Coppock, CooingtonlCrew, Cunningham, Daois, Deppensmith, Dickinson, Douglass, Downey, DulcefEllis, Fallcner, Flynn, Frith, Graves, Green, Griffin, HaneylHarrison, Hays, Higgins, Huck, johnson, Jones, King, Larimer!Liles, Lioings, Loveless, Loycl, McDow, McFarlin, Martin, Massey!Metzgen, Michael, Morgan, Murphy, Park, Pogue, Poole, Hay lReclcl, Henz, Richardson, Rowland, Royston, Russell, Salyer, Sellers! Smith, Smithson, Sullivan, Turner, Walls, lVest, Woods, Zealy. Page 352 PI-ll DELTA THETA Phi Delta Theta, one of the strongest national fraternities, is also an inter- national fraternity counting amoung its 128 Chapters seven chapters in Canada. Phi Delta Theta is respected locally as well as nationally. The objective of the fraternity is to offer an atmosphere where college men can develop in their social lives, their moral and religious lives, and in their intellectual lives. Phi Delta Theta has contributed to the welfare of the community in many Ways. Each spring all chapters devote one day to a community service day project where help is given to charitable organizations in the form of work. The Ala- bama chapter's project this year was the renovation of a girl scout camp. Alabama Alpha has made it an annual affair to give a party each Christmas for under-privileged children. PHI DELTA THETA FRATERNITY Bashinsky, Blackwell, Blythe, Bramlett, Bryant, Cain, Corderl Fountain, Fowlkes, Hardie, Ieffery, VV. G., Jeffery, VV. T., Jennings, Ioh1wonfI0hn.s'ton, Jones, LOHg, Luckie, McGee, McGriff, Man.cosolMorrow, Moss, Mullins, Murphy, Noegel, Noroell, Phelan! Potts, Powers, Reynolds, Rice, Robinson, Rowell, RaclderlSelf, Shaw, Sitton, Smith, Spealce, Springfield, Stringer! Sullivan, Terry, Thacker, Trammell, Walthall, Walton, Watkins! Wood, Yung. Page 354 Pug PHI EP ILO PI ran 0'--el' The past year has been most fruitful and rewarding for the men of Witli the addition of the largest pledge class in the history of the h were provided the foundation for our most successful year. Cui' brothers participated actively in campus activities, boasting si tions as Chairman of the Homecoming Queen Committee, Chairmai Homecoming Parade, Chairman of the Creek VV eek Banquet, Secretary-f of the Commerce School, and Advertising Manager of the Corolla, only a few. VVe are also ably represented in Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Mu and Rho Alpha Tau. Socially, Phi Epsilon Pi is second to none, boasting such big name e ment as Iohn Lee Hooker, Lee Dorsey, Clarence "Frogman', Hen "U.S.', Bonds, and Arthur Alexander. Our athletic teams always re in the competition for the All Sports Trophy. And most important, ranks quite high scholastically, having an overall 1.43 over the past t Our pledge class had the second highest average on campus last y for the past two years every pledge has made his grades and has been into the fraternity. This is something no other fraternity on campus cz With the addition of our new housemother, Mrs. Marion Moon, was complete. Mrs. Moon's patience and understanding truly makes o a home. All in all, Phi Ep offers something to everyone-even to the mos tic fraternity man. PHI EPSILON PI FRATERNITY Behrman, Berman, Blumenfeld, Bodner, Capelotol Capouana, Cotton, Goodsongrant, Grant!Hirscli., Katz, LaBellman, Miller, F., Miller, H.ll Polniak, Raider, Rayman, Reich! Rousso, Sacher, Schneider, C., Schne Schulwolf, Sl1eridanlShevin, Shilling, Slmmaker, Solcol, Stencel, Stern! Teller, Teninlaaum, Weinstein, White, Wilder. Page 356 PHI GAMMA DELT S1 X Tiff r ,H Well, the Phi Cams have moved into a little better house. Our accomplish- ments for the year are: we have a new cook, all new plumbing lit's indoorsj, and we are not on probation Cyetj. Our social agenda is renowned for its serenity throughout the house. This year people have come from as far away as the third floor to attend such gala events as: the Christmas Party, Roaring 20,s, Fiji Island, and our annual "Buggar Ballf, This year the girls were entranced by our monthly ISD parties. The Chi O's and Alpha Cams are sniffing our trail, the KD's and Kappas have us bayed, but some people say we are going to the dogs. After seeing some of the Pi Phi's over here we begin to wonder. We are proud of our hero who made national news this year: Mario Savio. PHI GAMMA DELTA Baxter, Broome, Brown, Caddis, Carmichael, Cochrane! Ditoro, Dunn, Finn, Gardner, Garrison, Goodwin! Graham, Forrester, Keene, Kelley, Kerr, Lioingstonl Menning, Monroe, Moorrnan, Mullins, Murph-u, Newell I Nolen, Nunn, Owens, Petrey, Phillips, Pringle! Propst, Reynolds, Rinks, Roeclder, Russell, Saxtonl Slaughter, Stanford, Sullivan, Sutherlin, Watson, White. Page 358 WTA I Page 359 PHI K PPA IGM The Alpha Kappa Chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma welcomes you to the Univei sity of Alabama. Since the Alpha Kappa Chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma wa founded at the University in 1903, many men have passed through the chaptei but the friendliness of brotherhood has never passed. We believe that no othe group of men can obtain the closeness we Phi Kaps share. Phi Kappa Sigma is vitally interested in politics here at the University ani that is why we like to have as many members as possible participating ii extra-curricular activities. This is a great opportunity for the individual wh' wishes to cultivate a well known public life. VVith these activities and many more we all know that scholastic work is mos important of all. Since we have men in every school on campus, there is alway someone willing to help another brother who is having difficulty in a particula subject. Pledge study halls with qualified help enabled us to maintain a higl average among our pledges. Another phase of college life is the parties, and Phi Kappa Sigma does mon than hold its own here. VVhen we study we study hard and when we play we play hard. PHI KAPPA SIGMA FHATERNITY Cannon, Davis, Du1wwaylFitzsimmons, Hacker, H eningerl Horn, Rearden, Sealg Self, Smith, Strawbridgef Thompson, Waldrip. Page 360 N Page 3 I PI-II KAPPA P I The Phi Kappa Psi Fratemity was founded on Februaiy 19, 1852, at Wash- ington and jefferson College in Pennsylvania. 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 educational institution in the United States. Phi Psi received the honor of being selected among the top three social fraternities in American colleges last year. The old tradition of the "Phi Psi gentlemenn can be exemplified by naming only a few of hundreds of our porminent alumni: Xlloodrow Wlilson, General Billy Mitchell, james Thurber, james Wlhitcomb Riley, and Edward Everett Horton. Proud of our heritage, the Brothers of Alabama Alpha look forward to yet another successful year for our fraternity. Our chapter believes that one may acquire a more beneficial college education if scholastic endeavor is generously mingled with athletic prowess and social activities. PHI KAPPA PSI FRATEBNITY Acton, Adams, Armstrong, Banks, D., Banks, W., Boaokle, Brock!Burttram, B., Burttram, H., Bush, Christian, Clay, Corina, Da-ois !Eclwarcls, Harris, Hopkins, Humphreys, Hutson, Glass, Golclthwaite I Gornstein, Graves, Gunter, 101166, Lawrence, McLeod, MahanlMalatino, Martin, Mayo, Merrill, Mitchell, Mullins, Nadolski I Olszewski, Pardue, Parks, Peterson, Pike, Reed, Reese I Rollins, Schweers, Shunikzk, Smart, Stakes, Ticlwell, IVatsonl Williams, Willis. Page 362 UW I Page 363 PI-II ICMA KAPPA Phi Sigma Kappa was founded nationally on March I5, 1873 at the University of Massachusetts. Since the founding of Omicron Deuteron Chapter at Alabama in 1925, our chapter has grown continually to its present position through the application of our three Cardinal Principles. Our Cardinal Principles are the promotion of Brotherhood, stimulation of scholarship, and the development of character. The word Brotherhood provides a basis around which the whole fraternity system is built. At college one meets new challenges and responsibilities, but under the supervision of the brothers, we are able to help our pledges make wiser decisions. The first responsibility of a student entering a college is to acquire an educa- tion. Phi Sigs place a great deal of emphasis on scholarship. Last year through determination and hard work, Phi Sigs had a 1.50 Q.P.A. overall and were ranked third on campus. Character is developed when a fraternity surrounds its members with good influences to make them into better men, and more useful citizens. Phi Sigma Kappa wishes to impress in its members a sense of self-discipline, proper con- duct, and a sense of moral responsibility. With these three principles as our guiding light, our future will always be bright. Ask any Phi Sig and he will tell you "I'm glad to be a Phi Sig." PHI SIGMA KAPPA F RATERNITY Allen, Baker, G., Baker, I., Bassett, Beat0nlDaois, Everest, Gillingham, Goff, Harrisonll-Ielms, Hutcheson, Inman, jackson, King! Miller, Murphey, Noland, Owens, ParnelllPatterson, Pearce, Pearson, Healing, RodgerslShepherd, Spring- field, Stfrubel, Thomas, Treadwell, Weddle. Page 364 Pug PI KAPPA ALPHA Gamma Alpha Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the University of Alabama in 1924 by Senator john Sparkman and several other undergraduates devoted to the ideals fostered by six Virginia gentlemen in 1868. Since then, We of Pi Kappa Alpha have kept in mind their ideal? and values. Besides frequent patrons of the Capstone-3's best sorority houses, Pikes are: Secretary of Arts and Sciences, Arts and Sciences Senator, Off-Campus Represen- tative, Secretary-Treasurer of Iasons, Vice President of Young Democrats, and active in Young Republicans. Additionally, PiKA is active in IFC, Intramural Sports, etc., and We have many brothers in the University Administration. And last, but not least, we claim Hank Caddell. Through the extensive efforts of Mrs. Eubanks, We have done away with our crash diet program and have more than four meals per week. We have reincarnated an old custom, and now have a Dream Girl, after a decade of non-representation. Despite all our efforts toward being normal, we still have better Roman Holidays every year. We view our high goals with confidence and high spirits boosted by our absorption of Alabama's finest Pledge Class. PI KAPPA ALPHA F RATERNITY Baker, Bevill, Boyd, Brown, A., Brown, VV., Cooper, Cox f Craig, Cramer, Creel, Creque, Davis, Douglass, Fitts, Garner! Gates, Graves, Green, Griffin, GriffiS, Hart, Hix, Hunt I Hunter, Jones, Lancaster, McCurdy, McMasters, McWilliams, Murrell, O'Brien l Ogle, Owens, C., Owens, D., Pittman, Powell, Price, Habon, Riues!Hobinson, Shacldix, Shen, Sizemore, Slaughter, Sloan, Smith, C., Smith, T.l Smith, T., Starnhaugh, Stevens, Strawbridge, Streit, Thomas, Townsend Traylorl Walker, Wanless, Wermuth, Wilson, G., Wilson, I., Wisner, Wooclall, Valle. Page 366 Q Page 367 Kb PI KAPP PHI I i K The academic year of 1966-67 saw the fulfillment of many expectations for the men of Omicron chapter. Being one of the oldest fraternities on campus. Pi Kappa Phi has become an integral part of the University and has initiated nearly 1,000 brothers. On April 17 of this year we took time out to celebrate our fiftieth anniversary at the Capstone. Present on this momentous occasion were four of our original nine founders and brothers representing every class since 1917. Pi Kappa Phi is predominantly a southern fraternity and we feel that our Chapterls heritage and progress well-exemplify the tenets and ideals of the southern gentleman. Since its very beginning Omicron has been active in all phases of campus activities and has produced men who are leaders in every field of endeavor. Socially, we are renowned for our parties, the traditional "Riverboat Week- End" is among the Creek's best, not to mention our annual Homecoming and Christmas affairs. Time arrives and passes and yields constant change, but we like to feel that the Pi Kappa Phi image remains the same, We are now occupying our fourth home, but the spirit is no different than it was when the new Pi Kappa phi house was the now vacant "Tide Hall" on Tenth Avenue. In addition to occupying the office of Sec.-Treas. of SCA, the brothers of Pi Kappa Phi during the year filled more seats in the legislature Than any other fraternity. In this year of our Colden Anniversary the chapter looks forward to another 50 years. Looking back, we feel that special graditude is due to those who came before us and made a dream a reality. Particular respect is owed to the three young men who founded our national order in Charleston, S.C. at the turn of the Century. The motto they chose then tells our story for us now: 'Within Our Cates There Are No Strangersf' PI KAPPA PHI FRATERNITY Applegate, Atkins, Barnes, Bird, Callahan, Campbell I Carroll, Clarke, COX, Dowling, Dupree, DurantlEoans, Gebri, Godbold, Goings, Graf, Henson, E51 H enson, I., Hill, Hood, Hubbard, johnson, KellylLong, Maddox, Morrell, Morri- son, Mueller, MortonlPesnell, Powell, Rees, Rushing, Saxon, Scherfl Smith, Till, Turner, Venable, Vickery, Vinson, Wade. Page 368 HMB v S. Q Page 369 Y N ICMA LPI-I EP ILO auf 2 .St 2 if F. wat mWW?W HW g3aWWx QwVi kd fQa3p2EFRf?MJ wiixfm ag i iiai. manage g 'r:f.535. 1-ff 1 352.1 .f:22511gii.' ?'f3'f" s1!gi . ,,A,, A 'ti -'-" ' iii .?tf' HH ' rf ti' fi iffifi ,li ' ,ii ggftiffg 1 iii , ' Ea! 42? +' 'ni ah, .13 ig Alabama Mu of Sigma Alpha Epsilon is proud to be a part of the historical background of the University of Alabama. SAE was founded here twenty-five years after the establishment of the University. WVe 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. Continuing in its role of leadership, Alabama Mu held the highest scholastic average on campus last year. We have, in fact, achieved the highest average in scholarship for the last decade. We are, as always, active in all phases of extra- curricular 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 preparing the college man to better meet life outside this university. This We consider our foremost objective intend in this Way to make the coming year one of vast accomplishments and continued initiative. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON F RATERNITY Anders, Ashurst, Avery, Bagby, Bagwell, Barton, Beauchamp! Branch, Bryars, Christian, Clenney, Crocker, Crump, Dailey! Davis, Deason, Dorlon, Dowling, Evans, Ezell, F owlerl Gauntt, Griggs, Griffin, Hagler, Howell, Humphries, Hyde! Hydinger, Jones, McGowan, McGahey, Matthews, Moffett, Moore! Partridge, Proctor, Putnam, Quarles, Rainer, Looney, Oliver, Robinson, C.! Robinson, T., Rogers, Ross, Roton, Snyder, Stanberry, Thompson, Walker! Watson, Webb, Westbrook, Whatley, Wiener, Wilbanks, Williams, Wilson. Page 370 Page 371 ICMA CHI October 26, 1966 marked the 90th anniversary of the Iota Iota Chapter of Sigma Chi Fraternity here at Alabama. Iota Iota is the home chapter of the International Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, Mary Io Brazelton. She was selected at the fraternity'5 Last convention in Denver in 1965. This yearls Sweetheart is Miss Nance Fisher who has been one of our finest sweethearts in recent years. The Sigma Chi Derby is annually the highlight of the social year at the Capstone. This year the Derby was the biggest and best ever, setting records in attendance and in participation. Sigs are active in campus affairs. Currently the President of SCA, President of Circle K, President of the Alabama Union, executive aid to the SCA President, a member of the Student court, two members of the University swimming team, one who is an SEC champion, copy editor of the COROLLA, sports editor and circulation manager of the C1'imson-White, a cheerleader and three members of the VVho's Wfho in Colleges and Universities are all Sigma Chi's. In addition, Iota Iota chapter has a well-rounded program of athletics, scholar- ship and social events. In this program, Sigma Chi strives to create an atmos- phere in which college men can develop mentally, socially, physically, and morally. In this way we try to develop well-rounded college men who can accept the challenges of the world with confidence and a deep sense of responsibility. VVe will not say that Sigma Chi is best, but we will say that none is better. SIGMA CHI FRATERNITY Avery, Batizy, Beck, Bedsole, Blake, Brandor, Boren, Brown! Carr, Cash, Culver, Carazzari, Damson, Davidson, DeAngelo, Dorman! Elliot, George, Graham, Hall, Hamrick, Hardin., Harold, Harris! Hatch, Hernandez, Hess, Hinesley, Holaday, Holter, I., Holter, R., Hunter! jackson, Jarvis, Kelly, Kennedy, D., Kennedy, M., Lacey, Lavender, Levy! Lewis, Lies, London, Lowther, McMullen, Macon, Meriwether, Nichols! Ozment, Paceley, Parr, Patchel, Penton, Petty, A., Petty, R., Pilgrim! Powell, Randall, Roberts, C., Roberts, T., Rogers, Rowe, Rummel, Scott! Shrout, Shumaker, Simpson, Skipper, Smith, Sneed, Swindell, Thayer, Turner, D., Turner, I., Tyler, Walker, Walton, Ward, Wear, Williams, C., i mer. Page 372 Page 373 ICMA Sigma Nu Was founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1829. At present there are 132 chapters with approximately 90,000 active members. Theta Chapter at the University of Alabama was established in 1874. Sigma Nu has a con- tinued existence for eighty-nine years at Alabama, something no other fraternity can boast. i Sigma Nu's count among their ranks distinguished statesmen, prominent businessmen, noted celebrities, great educators, well-known authors, and out- standing athletes. Theta Chapter at Alabama has yielded a "bumper crop" of leaders in all fields-four members of the University Board of Trustees, the present head football coach at Bama, Congressmen, a State Supreme Court Justice, several lower court justices, legislators, and on down Theta's list of 1,100 plus initiates. Sigma Nu is known as the Honor Fraternity. The honor principle is that when a student belongs to a superior organization, his honor is sufficient guarantee of his proper conduct. Our world of today has seen many changes both in customs and ideals, but Sigma Nu still clings to its age-old traditions of honor and integrity. SIGMA NU FRATERNITY Adcock, Anderson, Armstrong, Blackmon, Bradley, Broughton, Chancey, Cole- manf Coles, Cooper, Cordes, Craven, Curtis, Cushing, Daniels, Dennis! Diamond, B., Diamond, R., Dick, Fitzgerald, Gillis, Hartley, Hawkins, HaylesfHewes, Hodnette, Hogg, Hollis, Hornsby, Humphreys, Hurst, Hynson !Katz, Klingler, Lamherth, Land, Lewis, Loggins, McConnell, McCormick !McCurdy, McDaniel, Martin, I. L., Martin, I. VV., Miller, Moody, Nahors, Nall fNevin, Owens, Purvis, Richardson, Ridgeway, Roartz, Rutland, SawyerlSeifert, Selman, Sessions, Sey- mour, Shurhet, Smith, Stallings, Stuckey, TannerlThornton, Tillman, Whetstone, Whittaker, Williams, Williamson, Wilson, Wingard, Youngson. Page 374 Page 375 IGMA PHI EP ILC Sigma Phi Epsilon, founded in 1901 at Richmond College, 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 scholarship and service to the University and the fraternity system. The men in Sigma Phi Epsilon have continually displayed high idealism and faith in their brothers through their service both to the fraterniw and to the University in scholarship, social life, politics, and athletics. Socially, the Sig Ep parties are among the favorites on campus. In addition to the traditional parties after football games, our social calendar includes the Queen of Hearts Ball, the Orphan's Christman Party, and the Caveman Party. Scholastically, we are continually above the all-menls average and last year Were ranked sixth high on campus. We feel that within the bonds of brotherhood we contribute greatly to the development of the Well-rounded college man. SIGMA PHI EPSILON FRATERNITY Ahele, Akin, Anclerson, Brightwell, Dobson! Edwards, Faircloth, Famhrough, Farr, Fereheel Fite, Green, Holman, Howard, Huber! Lee, McMahan, Mc- Myrphy, Mills, Mooref Murphy, Nelson, Parker, Payne, Ray! Robertson, D., Robertson, P., Simon., Symms, Thatcher! Thomason, Turner, Van Antwerp, Waldrop, Walsh, VVright. Page 376 Page 377 'YV' TI-IETA CHI One of the five largest fraternities on campus, Theta Chi has assumed a position of leadership in the Creek community at the University of Alabama. The past year has been a particularly full one, one which has seen a great deal of growth and achievement for the men of Theta Chi. Concerning activities, we finished near the top in all intramural sports, partici- pated as a group in such campus spirit activities as pep rallies and home- coming decorations, and as a social fraternity had the biggest parties on campus -among these, the Pirates Ball, the Red and VVhite Formal, the Bermuda Ball, and a host of others. There are Theta Chi's in student government, student publications work, varsity sports, student honoraries, and almost all other forms of student activity. In short, Theta Chi has presented a program designed to develop the individual man to his fullest in all aspects of campus life and will continue to do so in the years ahead. The men who founded Theta Chi in 1856 were leaders, the men of Theta Chi in 1967 are no different. THETA CHI FRATERNITY Allen, Alsbrooks, Briggs, Carter, Childs, Davis, I.!Daois, T., Dennis, Dewberry, Doroagh, F arris, Farrow, F orresterl Gambrell, Gammage, Gardner, Glaser, Has- singer, Haynes, Higginsljester, johnson, H., Lance, Lewis, Lindblorn, McQuaid, Mongl1,am!Mitcl1ell, Moore, Moss, Naumann, Nelson, Parker, Phillips!Priest, Pugh, Riley, Roper, Scoggins, Scott, Starling! Stout, Waites, VVatson, Watts, Willielmi, Williams, Vail. Page 378 THETA Xl Theta Xi's are looking forward to the 1966-67 school season when we expect a highly successful year in all areas of campus activities. We have captured three all-sports trophies in the past eight years and expect another tremendous year in athletics. The chapter also did well scholastically, being rated second among fraternities and well above the all mens, average. Further evidence of our scholarship are our members in ODK, Tau Kappa Alpha, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Mu Epsilon, and the Arnold Air Society. Also an SGA senate seat will be held by a Theta Xi this coming year. Not to be outdone by anyone in social events, the past year was highlighted by many parties. We had a Tennessee victory party, homecoming dance, annual Erash party, and the top social event of the year, our annual Blue and White ormal. Our lovely sweetheart for this coming year is Miss Bennie B. VVard of Tuscumbia, Alabama, a member of Chi Omega sorority. As you can see we Theta Xils are looking forward to another successful and enjoyable year. THETA XI FRATERNITY Arnold, Bennett, Chaduick, Chandler, Cookef Davis, Flanagan, Gardner, Granatelli, H ildrethl H inds, H rom, Jennings, M cArdle, M izellf M orrison, Niendorf, Posey, Reese, Salibaf Savell, Small, Serfin, Walker, Walworth! Windham, Wing- ard. Page 380 Z ETA BETA TAU 111 m hh Psi Chapter of Zeta Beta Tau was founded at the University of Alabama in 1916. Since then ZBT has been active in every phase of campus endeavor. This year ZBT has actively participated in the United Cerebal Palsy Fund, Campus Chest, and has provided tutoring for underpriveledged children. Various aid has also been given to Bryce Hospital, for the mentally ill. The social life is, by no means, of little importance. At our Annual Formal and football parties "big namesv are the pre-requisite. 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A highlight of the year is a talent show sponsored by I.S.A. which presents foreign students and other talented students from around campus in a pleasant evening of variety. The I.S.A. sponsors also the International House or Riverside Drive, a place where the students gather Weekly for meetings. .. L -fwfggqgg "J, fl J 4553! vwiqiikx WMM? MMV H M"' 525,-4 9 S 'M"9"P,1?3 "Ji 'Hi Page 387 3' A-Q.a'. fs 'K 1- 4, ' Q .2-"if 41 gr-'HA' vew-mwzmmwm-wwmmm si? fb ,209 Page 389 in 'lit .tgwww IL to RJ Moose Goldner, Charlie Baglay, Boots Gayle, lack Drake CPresidentQ, Frank Canter- berry, john Ray, Bill Cochran. Jasons 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 390 Mortar Board In the Spring of each year, 25 junior women are chosen "the highest honor that can come to a University Woman". This is Mortar Board, whose limited member- ship is selected on the basis of high scholarship, leader- ship, service, and character. There are 109 chapters in colleges across the country. Seeking to exhibit the true nature of a university "honorary", Mortar Board presents annual scholarships to deserving Women students. Money for these scholar- ships is obtained from the traditional sale of Home- coming Mums and Boutonnuers. The Work on these sales, which is done completely by Mortar Board mem- bers Qeven down to pick up and deliveryj, pays off in Worthwhile dividends. This year they yielded Well over 32,000 to be given in scholarships. In addition, Mortar Board sponsors a "Smarty Partyv honoring all women having a 2.0 average or above. Of course, the high point of the year comes in the Spring of Honors Day. On that day the tradition-laden amoundv comes alive with excitement and exaltation, as a select group of juniors is "tapped" into the society, joining the ranks of the top Women on campus. President ....... ---- .............................. ---- Vice President Secretary .............. Treasurer ................. .......... Historian ....... Editor ....i... OFFICERS Ann Lee Jeannie Brown ------.Mary Ann Sherman Suzanne Grainger ---mm --,----- Martha Huey ----------Sandra Reeves Page 391 -efvuvwutw' ' 'Y"Ai "A Crimson Girls The Crimson Girls, selected yearly by a student government committee, serve as official hostesses for all University functions. This year the girls were pres- ent at all in-state Football games and all pep rallies. They traveled to New Or- leans and acted as official representa- tives and hostesses for all activities planned by the University of Alabama during the Sugar Bowl Week-End. Page 392 ek f , 53 ffff f 21 1 .f -T tk, G rf 5. r - W!! Lynn Epsvman Gerrie Dunaway Donna Coale ,ff Muffin Hatch Cindy Adams Marilyn N orthcutt Ianice Burdick Sandra Prater Virginia B Zacknwr Ann Head Perry Hooker Sue Wilkins Page 393 Phi Beta Kappa Q I I .,....,..,. 5 ........... . 3 W 5 a a s Rte E. ,........ .K ..,.... - 51.5 OFFICERS il President I Paul Garner Vice President Woodrow W. Boyett Secretary Margaret A. Johnson Treasurer Sarsh H. Rodgers Archivist Charles D. Perry Mable E. Adams Thomas B. Alexander Woodrow WV. Boyett William P. Chilton Elizabeth Coleman Wade H. Coleman Ralph W. Cowart George Croker Jacqueline V. Davis Louie R. Davis James F. Doster Katherine Eggert 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 Phi Beta Kappa, the first Greek letter society was founded on December 5, 1776, at the College of William and Mary, in Williamsburg, Virginia. The University of Alabama, was established in 1851 and was the twelfth chapter in order of establishment. The simple key, with the Greek letters Phi Beta Kap- pa, the three stars, and a pointing hand, has come to have universal identification with superior scholar- ship. Membership is for those students in liberal arts who are elected on the basis of broad cultural inter- ests, scholarly achievement, and good character. MEMBERS IN COURSE Janet Brooks Arey Shirley Alsobrook Atchison Milton Alan Blunker Joseph Edward Braswell Henry Harris Caddell Robert Alvin Davis David Ross Dreher Linda Gail Braswell Dubose Norma Faye Dupont Carol Curry Fast Kermit Cecil Gilbert, Jr. Sylvia L. Gilmore Edward Lloyd Graham Carl XVilliam Hartzog Carolyn Johnson Holland Elizabeth Stanley Hoole Bryan Davidson Jones Tillman Eugene Justice Robert Gerald Keasler FACULTY AND STAFF MEMBERS Mrs. Shaler C. Houser George Howard Louis Jaffee Mrs. W. K. E. James Iredell Jenkins Margaret A. Johnson Robert E. Johnson VV alter 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 F. David Mathews J. P. Montgomery A. B. Moore Burton R. Morley Mrs. Emily B. Nash John C. Payne Page 394 Hester Burrell Land Ann Lawrence Lee Richmond Charles McClintock J Mary Kathryne Mason Richard Henry Mellown John Howard Morgan Joyce Seagraves Parker Mary Ann Pounds Paula Arm Price Betty Kathrine Pritchett Kattie Lou Pritchet Sharon Anne Reynolds Dianne Seale David Henley Snead Roberta Sue Silver Sokol Mary Ann Turner Mary Beth Wear Rebecca Storey WVright Charles D. Perry William E. Pickens Robert L. Plunkett John F. Ramsey C. B. Ransone, Jr. Eric Rodgers Frank A. Rose Francis Rucks Mrs. Cynthia Ruiz-Fornells I. Willis Russell Jerome Schweitzer Linton Stevens Hudson Strode Charles G. Summersell Marten ten Hoor Mrs. Suzanne Thetford A. B. Thomas Robert E. Tidwell B. B. Trawick Marcus Whitman Jerry M. VVhitmire C. B. Wicks Jerry P. Winfield Circle K The Circle K Club, established at the University in 1957, is an international service organization com- posed of 500 clubs and over 9700 members. Circle K is not merely an organization, but a driving force, developing leadership for tomorrow while creating a better university today. Page 3-95 Theta Tau This year marks Theta Tau's sixty-second year of existence, and Mu Chapter's forty-fourth year at the University of Alabama. With these sixty-two years goes the claim of being the largest and oldest profes- sional 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 profes- sional interest. Our members include the president, vice-president, secretary-treasurer of Engineering, one SCA Senator and other campus leaders. Theta Taus are represented in ODK, XVho's VVho, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Scabbard and Blade, Alpha Pi Mu, Pi Tau Sigma, Chi Epsilon, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Gamma Tau, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, to name a few. OFFICERS Herbert Armor Regent .................. ...................... ......... H 0 gef A. Hall ggigfiegiiczsgglz Viee-Regent .. ........ ........ R usty Dockery Edward Dofkery gacnbe i"""""""'i"""' """""' I em! Wllls Harvey Donaldson WCISUTG1' ------ -- -----a--------... ....... , Sammy Seals Leonard Gibson Corresponding Seciy. ....... ,,,,,-,,r 1 ack Mills Chmzes Gmmde Roger Hall Barry Hendon Donald Kemp Kenneth Lalaorde David Luff William M cC ollum Page 396 llfilliam M arlar Andrew Mills David Nagle I ohn N eergaard William Salter Reinhard Soliarnowski Sammy Seals ferry Smith I on Sullivan Charles Terrier I on Tromblee I erry Wills Page 397 Debate Council Page 398 The Alabama Debate Squad is indeed worthy of the many awards it has Won. As National Champions in 1966, the de- bators traveled to California Polytechnic Institute Where they competed for other national honors. Under the direction of Mrs. Annabel D. Hagood, one of the University's most out- standing professors, the squad continued in 1967 with the excellent programs that have proved most successful in the past. Each year the Alabama Debate Squad assists in judging the debates of the High School Debate Tournament which is spon- sored by the University Speech Depart- ment and the Extension Division. ' n l g 6 OFFICERS President . ., .,,,,,,,,,,,,...v., .,.., ,, lst Vice President ,.A.... 2nd Vice President ,.,e. . S ecretary eee,e,e.ve,,eee,,,,- Treasurer ee,ee7e., Historian .sss..A.,.., Publicity i.4.,.ii......,,..i..,.. Public Relations . .i....iii.,, ....... - Chaperone Chairman oooo TRIANGLE, the largest women's service honorary on the campus, was founded in May, 1939, and is composed of sophomore, junior, and senior members. Much of its activities are devoted to new women stu- dents-assisting with Freshman Tea. Throughout the year, Triangle gives parties at Partlow, Bryce, V.A. Hospital and the Home for the A ed. g1'he purpose of Triangle is to promote friendship, spirit, and good will among students. As a result, new students are made to feel and experience an integral part of the University of Alabama. Suzanne Grainger Pruth Grant Margene Brown .. ,.,. Milam McGraw jackie Hatmaker - ,,,,,... Elizabeth Gray Ioallen Guin Libby Fitz Connie Strickland Front row seated: Elaine Maddox Patricia Bennett Noreen Pitts Iean Trice Mary H. Stringer I ackie H atnwker M rs. Pauline Foster Ann Conerly I o Stricklen , Second row standing: Pat Bruce Lydia Galloway Diane Spiller Rath Hall john E. Knight Tim H artley VViml9reth Cliism Lynne Milstead Carol Perry Betty I. Willianis Milla Key Fran Tisdale Third row standing: Teresa Taylor Gloria King '5 Alpha Beta lpha The Delta Chapter of Alpha Beta Alpha, national under- graduate Librzuy Science Fraternity, was established in 1953. Our programs, presented by chapter members, and various school librarians, carried out this yearis theme "Making Choices." The aim this year was to present the careers in librarianship which we might later follow. Our project was selling candy to buy books and records for the children at Partlow School. Page 400 Alpha Kappa Psi President V, ,..,.,,,,,,,,.,-,,,--,, ,,,,--.,,.,,. , Vice President Vice President Secretary .-,.-,,...- Treaasurer A,,,A W--,----.-- Master of Rita OFFICERS Richard Browne Charles Compton jason Braswell Ronald Harp Garet Seibt als ...,.. ......... . james Daley Alpha Kappa Psi, founded at New York University in 1904, is the oldest professional commerce fraternity. The purpose of the fraternity is to encourage the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals in business, and to advance those courses of commerce in the college ranks. Alpha Rho Chapter of the University of Alabama was granted its charter on April 2, 1924. Since that time the chapter has constantly served the School of Commerce as Well as the community of Tuscaloosa with its many school and community projects. Page 401 Theta Sigma Phi Theta Sigma Phi was founded at the University of Wash- ington in 1909. Several highly-praised journalists are taken in the fraternity each year as honorary members, and many members have been noteworthy editors and authors. Pledges of both organizations must meet certain scholastic requirements before being initiated, and all must plan to make journalism their profession after graduation. ,FJ JU'- 17' ik Ie' 2 , wg-.' Karen Huges. Vice-President: Arm Rial, jane McBurney, Billie Blair, Presiclent, Eason Dobbs, Elinor Crowder, Secre- tary, Alice Wilson, Sylvia Whitlow. Page 402 Sigma Delta Chi, Professional journalistic Society, is the vvorld's oldest and largest honorary for journal- ists. The University of Alabama campus chapter of SDX strives to promote interest in journalism as a career and in the ideals of honest reporting. This year SDX sponsored a gigantic "Number Onev dance at the end of football season, and participated in several high school relations projects with the journalism de- part-ment. Page 403 Sigma Delta Chi Beta Gamma Sigma is the only scholastic honor society recognized by the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business, and election to Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest scholarship honor that a student in Com- merce and Business Administration can win. Seniors must be in the upper 1055 of their class to be considered for membership, while juniors must rank in the upper 42. Graduate students with excellent academic records may also be considered for membership. Honorary members can be elected but not more than one per year. The purposes of Beta Gamma Sigma are: to encourage and reward scholarship and accomplishment among stu- dents of collegiate schools of business, to promote the ad- vancement of education in the art and science of business, and to foster integrity in the conduct of business operation. lrVhen the Alpha of Alabama Chapter was established in 1931, there were only 31 chapters. The growth of colle- giate schools of business is reflected by the fact that there are now 111 chapters of this society. Members of the Alpha of Alabama Chapter have gained recognition in the national organization. The late Dean Lee Bidgood served as National President of Beta Gamma Sigma from 1950 to 1952. More recently, Dr. John P. Gill, Head of the Department of Business Statistics, and Dr. S. Paul Garner, Dean of the School of Commerce and Business Administration, have served as members of the National Executive Committee. Beta Gamma Sigma OFFICERS President ..i.,,...,..,... ..,,......................... J oseph E. Lane, lr. Vice President ,v,,,.,,, ,, ,,,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,...i......., Chester F. VVhite Secretary-Treasurer ,.... ....... E Clward M. Smith FACULTY vb STAFF STUDENTS Wilson Ashby William R. Bennett A. Lee Cobb J. D. Corriher John Darling Frederick L. Drake Howard A. Folts Robert J. Freeman S. Paul Garner John P. Gill A. A. Gordon Paul M. Gregory Robert F. Gwinner R. Murray Havens Langston T. Hawley Thomas N. Humble Harold D. Janes Joseph E. Lane, Jr. Harry A. Lipson Morris L. Mayer M. Clinton McGee Charles D-. Mecimore Jack H. Menning Donald Mills C. Thomas Moore Henry B. Moore Burton R. Morley Paul W. Paustian A. J. Penz Joseph D. Phillips William E. Pickens, Jr. J. Marion Posey Alex S. Pow Frank A. Rose Charles R. Scott, Jr. Edward M. Smith Robert B. Sweeney Wyllys G. Stanton Robert L. Trewatha J. F. Vallery Horace H. Washburn Marcus Whitman Page 404 Charles N. Adams Jon Ross Alexander James F. Barger James H. Bearden JoAnn Kyser Calhoun Steven S. Crowell Marion A. Dudley Mary Frances Dunstan James Ripley George, Jr. Edward Glenn Walter P. Gorman, III Sammy Ray Graham Mary Blevins Harris Jarrett Hudnall, Jr. Ralph H. Jenkins, Jr. Melvin E. Jordan George Joyce Carl A. Luepnitz Barry Mason Alexander McNair Mather David S. Meredith Jerome C. Milam Henry P. Mixon James Edward Moon William Alexander Moore Albert J. Oliva John Franklin Pearce R. M. Piper Jane Engle Plunkett George R. Rea, Jr. Donald W. Richard Lynn B. Robinson Pierce A. Rushton, Jr. 1Villiam A. Short, Jr. Harry Judson Skinker Cecil A. Sumpter John May Tatum Allen L. Terry Charles E. Treas Thomas G. Traver James H. WValdrop Charlw Walker Terry M. VValker Joseph B. Washington Arthur D. Wells Chester F. VV'hite Stuart E. Witty 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 is composed of all women stu- dents having residence in Tuscaloosa County. In addition to several socials each year, Town Girl's As- sociation performs worthwhile service projects for the University and the Tuscaloosa Community. Page 405 Town Girls Womens Residence Hall Council Women's Residence Hall Council is composed of the presidents and one elected delegate from each hall, and is headed by the independent representa- tive to AVVS. The Council acts as a liaison, keeping Coeds in- formed on campus affairs, and presenting sugges- tions and ideas from the residents back to the Council. It is a central group to coordinate resi- dence activities, and to encourage coeds to partici- pate in religious, cultural and governmental pro- grams. OFFICERS President ,i,,................,...,................i. ...... I oy Adams Vice President ......,. .,....... B efsy Todd Sec1'etary-T1'easu1'e1' .,.... ......... I lmie Baker Page 406 HALL Paty Floor 2 Paty Floor 3 Paty Floor 4 Paty Floor 5 Mallet McCovery Sommerville Palmer Abercrombie Saffold Clayton Friedman Lewis B Lupton Powers VVyman Jones Mens Residence Hall Council PRESIDENT Nelson Thompson Randy Battles Bob Martin Lee Irvin Ernest Halford Larry Hoit Don Wynot James Burton James Lakey Don Hite Ralph Cordes James Nance Byron Baum Tommy Cosby Steve Schramm Bay McAfee Tom Bruner OFFICERS President S , ,4sr,,,,,r --,,,--,,,,,,,.,,, A -, Robert Armstrong Vice President . ..,... .- George French Sec.-Treas. ........,. Gary Deutsch Page 407 Alpha Lambda Delta The main purpose of Alpha Lambda Delta is to promote intelligent living and a high standard of learning, and to encourage superior scholastic attainment among freshmen women. As one of its projects, this honor society sponsors a tutor- ing service. The membership of Eta Kappa Nu Association, National electrical engineering society is made up of junior and senior electrical engineering students who have shown ability through scholarship and other qualities which indicate that the student will be a success in his profession. Its aim is to assist its members throughout their lives in becoming better men in their chosen profession and better citizens. Its members are a constructive force, helping fellow members and non-members alike in improving the standards of the profession, the courses of instruction, and the institu- tions Where its chapters are established. OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester I. Richard Haskew President Gary T. Brewster Gary T. Brewster -. Vice President T. Clay Crace David Hancock i..... Recording Sec. james VV. Grace T. Clay Crace . C orres. Sec.. ..... . Charles M. Hess Barry R. Harper. .... .Treasurer ,...... Thomas A. Dixon Tony H. Ayoub . . Bridge. Corr. Robt. M. Campbell Advisor-Dr. R. E. Lueg Eta Kappa First row l to r: Dr. R. E. Laeg james W. Grace Thomas A. Dixon Tony H. Ayoub I. Richard Haskew T. Clay Cruce William M. Covington George H. Styles Gary T. Brewster james H. Slate David Bessaleli Second row l to r: Charles M. Hess David A. Tubbs Charles A. Chard Vinay S. Sohoni H. Chester Bounds Robert M. Campbell Earnest R. Harrison john I. Dearth Beta Alpha Psi is the national honorary and professional accounting fraternity. Ad- mission to Beta Alpha Psi is one of the goals of every accounting major. Member- ship in this professional accounting fra- ternity is based on leadership and char- acter, as Well as a high degree of excel- lence in scholarship. Since the founding of Alpha Beta Chapter on this campus in 1948, the fraternity has fostered and pro- moted the goals originally laid down by the national accounting fraternity. Through the sponsoring of panel discussions by stu- dents and faculty members, business meet- ings, and a variety of other professional and social activities, Beta Alpha Psi seeks to promote the strict ideals and ethics of accounting. Beta Alpha Psi 1966 F all I nritiates First row: Robert Barker, Larry Haney, Richard Broan Alan Dams johnny Eades, and Iolm King Second row: Vernon Owens, Aubrey Kemp, Buster Perry Paul Hubbard Robert Guinn, Hay lVrigl1t, Patrick lllzllznvbam lVayne M cGra tu Tlz ircl row: Dennis Self, Garef Seibf, Lawrence Maples lady G1esl1am Larry Davidson, Barbara Kendrick, Mike johnson Herman Dow, and Donald Maples Page 410 Marketing Club The objectives of the University of Alabama Marketing Club are as follows: to further the professional development of its membersg to promote closer re- lations between students, faculty, and businessmeng to instill high ethical standards in its membersg and to promote sound concepts concerning marketing for all members. Page 411 Membership in the University of Alabama "Av Club, com- posed of Varsity monogram Winners, is a result of having participated in one of the oldest and most successful tradi- tions 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 promote both physical and moral Well-being among the students, and to provide a meeting place for the organi- zation Which shall be used as a club room by the members of the "A" Club in order to provide a place for friendly gatherings among the students Who have earned their letters at the University of Alabama. Page 412 Agnes Ellen Harris Club OFFICERS P1:9SideM .......... 1 .... .... .... - .................. , I a cquelyrme Paddock V206 Pfesident .....,. -,-- ---------------,,, K a ren Wilson Secfefafy -............ ......,.... ....... - ...... B e tty Cooper TTQGSWZ1' ......... - ....... ......... I ulia Duncan The University of Alabama Chapter QAgnes Ellen Harris Clubj is a professional organization of the school of Home Economics affiliated with both the Alabama and American Home Economics Associations. The club Was founded in 1931 and is named for the Dean of the School of Home Economics from 1930 to to 1952. The Chapter seeks to enrich each memberls college career, to preserve the ideals of and to promote the values of Home Economics. Membership is open to all majors in Home Economics or Home Economics Education. Page 413 5 I n ,s . H3 -L fl Page 414 Biiiii V1 1-3 3 I! EE E ESQ S ?3 3 E! gfwvmllv-Q 1 Q 4. 5,2 f 1- ZZ? 59 J -of 5 272- , A, 4 Army Cadet Officers Club OFFICERS President M-- ...... - ..................,.. Henry G. Griggs Vice-President ......... ........ R onald L. Ezell Secretary .......,...... ...... . joseph C. Sullivan Treasurer .......... ...,..... R omzld L. Shah' The Army Cadet Officers Club, com- posed of the Advanced Cadets, contributes to the Espirit de Corps of the Cadet Bri- gade by fulfilling the role of service and social organization of the military depart- ment. This is- accomplished through the selection of the brigade sponsors, the pres- entation of the military ball, and sponsor- ing of the commissioning receptions and various other social events. It is the hope of the Officers Club to build a true feeling of comradeship and loyalty. The Officers Club tries to show that military life is more than spit and polish and parade on the drill field and in the classroom. It is to prove that mili- tary is of value socially as Well as in the fields of leadership. Page 415 The Young Women's Christian Association is the oldest and largest Womerfs organization on campus. Y.W.C.A. serves to unite Women in a desire to realize full and crea- tive life through a growing knowledge of God. Membership is open to all women students who are interested in bettering the school, the student body, and life through service. Page 416 Y.W.C.A. President ...,....... Vice-President ...... . Secretary ....,.......... Treasure1' ...K ..,.,..., Projects chairman OFFICERS W,,,,-M,-,,,-,,,-,-,,----WIoyce Tyler Peggy Monaghan Donna Strickland Donna Hallberg Maryanne Gaut Serving the students at the Capstone, UCSC is gaining a foothold as a vital influence in the Univer- sity community. While the Center provides a Whole- some atmosphere for young Christians coming from all over the nation, it attempts to combat the forces encountered in higher education that tend to usurp Christian ideals. OFFICERS P,-esidemf ,--,,,rr,,,,, ,,,,...,,.,...,,...,... . jimmy Timmerman Vice-President ,,.,... ,....,...., A nthogy Turner Trgaguyer --------,,,,,,, ...,.,...,..... W 617, ell Waite Sggigl Director ,,,.... ,....... C arolyn Strickland fwm .In ll, xiii , . 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" " - "' ' N Ctfffg- ' ' 'FR 7-6,194.4 University Christian Student Center American Institute Of Interior Design The student chapter of The American Institute of In- terior Designers was organized at the University of Alabama to promote interest in interior design and decoration and related areas of design, to broaden stu- dents' knowledge of and experience with the actual prac- tice of interior design and decoration, to infonn students regarding materials, methods, practice and ethics of the profession of interior design and decoration, and to sup- port the purposes of the American Institute of Interior Designers. The student chapter Works with professional AID members and holds an AID Seminar in the spring. Pc ge 418 Student Chapter OFFICERS president .-4-----,,., ,-,,'---,-.,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.., K a ren WiIS0H Vice-President ..,.... ----- I BGUGTZH Wright Secret-afry .---.-,-----P -------.- P enny DaU1dS0n Phi Eta Sigma Phi Eta Sigma is a national freshman scho- lastic fraternity for men. It was founded on the University of Alabama campus in 1930 to en- courage and reward high scholastic attainment among the men of the freshman class. The re- quirement 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. OFFICERS President ..,..,........................., Michael T. Newton Vice-President ,,e... .......... R obert Craddock Secretary ..,......... ........,,...,..,,,,, I im Danials Treasurer ......r ,........ W illiam T. Lockard Tau Beta Pi The Tau Beta Pi Association was founded in 1885 at Lehigh Univer- sity and has since grown to 117 chapters with over 121,000 mem- bers. It was one of the six found- ing members of the Association of College Honor Societies in 1925. The purpose of Tau Beta Pi is "to mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished schol- arship and exemplary character as under-graduates in engineering or by their attainrnents as alumni in the field of engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering colleges of Amer- icaf' The Alabama Beta Chapter of Tau Beta Pi was established at the University of Alabama on No- vember 20, 1926, and has since ini- tiated over 900 members. Membership in Tau Beta Pi represents the highest honor to be attained by a student in the Col- lege of Engineering and is awarded on the basis of high scholarship, leadership, and character. OFFICERS President ..................... David W. Luff Vice-President ...,. . Donald R. Kemp Recording Sec. Tommy Clay Cruce Cataloger ....... .Charles I. Granade Ir. Treasurer ...,. Prof. Warren G. Keith Corr. Sec. .... Prof. Howard H. Meigs Page 420 The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Incorporated, is the largest pro- fessional engineering society 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 col- leges, universities, technical institutes, and schools throughout the world. The activities of a student branch of IEEE provide students with an unusual opportunity to associate edu- cationally and socially with fellow engineering students. OFFICERS Chairman .,.........,................... I. Richard Haaskew Vice Chairman .,.,.... ,...... , Gary T. Brewster Treasurer ....,....,...,. ........,, R obert L. Talley Secretary -.,.,.,,,...,... ........ I ames W. Collier Faculty Advisor C. A. Gibson Page 421 I.E.E.E. First row: Gary F. Smith Gary T. Brewster Iames YV. Collier Robert L. Talley I. Richard H askew james W. Grace Charles M. Hess Robert M. Campbell Second row: Charles A. Chard Grady E. Easterling Richard A. Curtis john T. Mizelle Kenneth W. Corbett William M. Hill Michael H. Atkison Dr. C. A. Gibson Third row: David A. Tubbs Rod L. Downie Hilmar F. Darden Richard A. Fry Earnest R. Harrison Charles R. Breedlove Howard A. Laughridge Rafael E. Anrrich tc ceet if ummm vm n mimi A.I.M.E it A V "' X The American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers at the University of Ala- bama is the student branch of the National AIME professional organization. This student association was chartered at this University in 1938, and has remained an active and integral part of the college of Engineering. This organization is an important phase of mineral industry education and through the facets of the institute, emphasis has been placed on strong cooperation between the school and the in- dustiy. OFFICERS P1'6Sid6nf ,e,,,,..,, e,,,,,,i,ee,,,, , , ,oVs,,, ,jerry MCLend0n Vice-President ssss e, H jimmy Russell S6C1'6f6l7'y .gg.ff-...gV,g sssss. W ayne Lawson Ir. Representative ,, ,s,ss ,N,o,co 1 im Vinson Page 422 ational Collegiate Association For Secretaries OFFICERS National President ........,.,,.....,........ Dr. Wilson Ashby President ..........,.... , ,,., .......................... . Io Ann Calhoun Vice-President ....i.. ..........,.i T oppy Ezell Treasurer ..,,.,...... .............., I udy Davis Secretary i ..i,.. 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Rose GOVERNGR GF ALABAMA Lurleen Wallace The Board of Trustees Wzllranw H Key Errs Paul Aastzn Mead ows Dan McCall John Caclclell Frank A Hose George Wallace Governor Lur leen 'Wallace Ehney A Camp Ir Ernest G Vlzllzarns Thomas S Lawson Wznton M Blount Sam Earle Hobbs Page 427 v ' , I. JEFFERSON BENNETT, Administrative Vice-President . 'ffl 4-'-1 CLYDE H. HEEVES, Vice-President for H a ntsoille Affairs ALEX S. POW, Vice-President for Academic Affairs Page 428 S 5 1 5 C. T SHARPTON Vice-President for Student Affairai , DAV1 D M' MATHEWS' Executive Assistant to the President JOSEPH S. VOLKER, Vice-President for Birmingham Affairs Page 429 1. NORMAN M. AGNEW, Purchasing Agent and Assistant Busi- ness Manager. 2. SYDENHAM B. ALEXANDER, Director of Student Health Services. 3. I. RUFUS BEALLE, Land Com- missioner and University Attorney. 4. EDWARD O. BROVVN, Director of Programs and Projects. 5. WILLARD VAN BROWN, Assistant to the President for University Relations. 6. LUTHER C. CALLAHAN, Comptroller. 7. LESTER R. CLARK, Supervisor, Administrative Computer. 8. JEFFERSON J. COLEMAN, Direc- tor of Alumni Affairs and Alumni Secretary. 9. GEORGE W. CROKER, Director for Contracts and Grants.. 10. FRED L. DRAKE, Chief Accountant. 11. WILLIAM GRAY, Assistant Vice- President for Academic Affairs. 12. WALTER R. GUYTON, Director of Financial Aids. 13. RUDOLF HERMANN, Director of Research Institute. 14. THOMAS N. HUBBARD, Radiation Control Officer. 15. ROBERT L. KING, Acting Auditor. .0-gm Ill 74"-LQW Jllwl rw , 3 fri digg. 'J Mgiwb Page 430 'ew 16. THOMAS C. LILE, Dir-ector of Alabama Student Union. 17. HENRY M. LYDA, Director of Northington Campus. 18. HU- BERT E. MATE, Dean of Admissions and Records. 19. LARRY T. MCGEHEE, Director of University Relations. 20. C. CONRAD MERRILL, Director of High School Relations and Freshman Counseling. 21, I. E. MICKLER, Director of Uni- versity Testing Service. 22. MATTHEW F. MCNULTY, General Director, University Hospitals and Clinic. 23. EUGENE F. OWEN, Bursar. 24. WILLIAM E. PICKENS, Treasurer and Business Manager. 25. CHARLEY SCOTT, Director of Instruc- tion in Huntsville. 26. PATTON B. SEALS, Research Accountant. 27. CLAUDE D. STABLER, Director of Publications. 28. JOSEPH T. SUTTON, Director of Institutional Research. 29. C. D. TATUM, Assistant to Comptroller. Page 431 B Dean of W0men,s Staff: A SARA H. H EALY Dean of Women KER, MOORE, HEALY, GUYTON, IONES lil Clffii 5- 5 lv J 1 Page 432 Wglgx n .u as , I pie, ,Q av. go, .Leu JOHN L. BLACKBUHN Dean of Men Dean of M erfs Staff: Front row: TYLER, MCLEOD VVYLDEH, BLACKBUHN. Back row: NOORDAM WATERS, VHEELAND, OZAROWSKI. Page 433 Graduate SCh00l EBI C ROGERS Founded 1924 E Enrollment 1,679 P 434 Dean ,Xz- lammai i Page 435 School of Law Founded 1872 E Enrollment 400 E Faculty 21 DANIEL I. MEADOR OFFICERS: CZ to rj john Baker, Vice-Presidentg O'- Neil Browder, Secretary- Treasurerg ferry Barksdale, President Dean J. I9 -l AT Page 436 iff? 159' , ,.,V, IKM, -' Qr5,,,, ,,,:.,, , mwb5jQM7?G5wwfH.. . QE yIi?'f.,:W1zggj ' ,1 w :55: 7254 2 t ,,'.f,r " A - ,V Tm.: , Page 437 School of Medicine bww, gg fzicwv-2131 P 438 S. RICHARDSON HILL, IR., Dean Page 439 2 CHARLES A. MCCALLUM, JR., De School of Dentistry P 440 N N m ' Q. , , C, 4.-j,:51'f1.g:g-I "xif"' Q:-"'-:L2s:Q.?f Q , .N '- 'IY I -sw A W .,v, X . 7 -W., ,,., , G 5 'K Y Y. ::ff:-'. . -. Q' , 5514 Z iw' Hi?" W A - ,,,.. ., - :,,. , I Tl X, . , I '14, f A f vi .W-as-N' . QQ-".':5?,:-aiegiag f . -:av A 3 ,Zi -... A gulf , - ' 1' 'ww . XR , -.gn 0 ' .. 4. 'X A -. V '4 'ii ,, ,..,,L.1.?-.,,gWf Q K ' Mix fix K 2 '5f?1Ef??a44t : - 4395? y- ' F i 4 ' ' Af -:1 f ' , ' X A X N.: . , N -1' -I ' 1 .x X ' 4- -f - U , ,. . Y H: Q -. - - . - I! Qy'CQw,f.:5 , . i 'tji '. X 551- X A -.,--."w .. .X 4.- by ,W , . " -7' . 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BILLS Dean Founded 1909 E Enrollment 2,648 lj Faculty 73 Pg 448 X ,aazsxal School of Home Economics OFFICERS: CZ to rl Susan P r i 0 e, Representativeg Nancy M eyer, Presidentg Jean F erguson, Secretary- Treasurer. MARY A. CRENSHAW Dean NFJ. "'-'rv Founded l93'I lj Enrollment 440 lj Faculty 27 Page 450 5 x S 5 Q 0 X 2X Y X Q , Q NX? .J 1 . A ,. .-.fu 2 i"'L B V-A fr, Xs, ,A-Q gg F' L X ,jfs -, fffiff 5 3-" ., 5 ffiifii ,H I FR! Jr?" X, 7 5 Ml - Founded 1949 lj Enrollment 280 III Faculty 38 45? "" ,Lf ,wf Jiffy W Page 453 JOHN R. MOHTON Dean of Extension Division The extension division comprises the correspondence school, a network of extension centers throughout the state and operates the world's oldest and most extensive educational television network. Page 454 Page 455 E ll 2 1 I Y . 1 -1 V - g,,445::Vll,,..qV.:.- 37. ..-gag Lw,11-giilyfj - , . Va. M-' A- -1- Vp, A- fQ.q4.,,,:VV rv . . Q-N Y-rw--V.. , L gfqqf--Q,-V VV- :V - --fa .-:S-wfyf V . 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'pf Vg?-.-7, .3 .4 F -141,5 .4353 WV z1.V.:a.. .. :km-2v..,.y 5 --f --We-QV-QF V V- " V -- -- - - 1.,gL.fQgf.. f:- . . - - . ff- ,V,..-g..,g,.,f5g5g.a-5.4- - . ,V .JV ,.,.s,8L,,V,,..g, ,, . V --' 2- :if-'-3 - .g,.Q3H1. Row Three: BOWEN, MACK L.: Beaverston . , . BRASSEL, CHARLES HENRY, Alma, Georgia . . . BUSSEY, HELEN ANN, Huntsville . . . CHATHAM, JIMMY BENSON, Morris . . . CHAUVIN, SYLVIA ANN, Franklin, Louisiana . . . CONWAY, HANNAH MILLER, Fairfield. Row One: ADAMS, JAMES BALLAS, Anniston . . . ALFORD, L. EDWIN, JR., Columbus, Mississippi . . . ANDERSON, WILLIAM L.: Birmingham, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . BACHMAN, MARTHA DELORESg Ch-HffaT100g21, TCUHGSSCG - - - BAKER, MARY IANEQ Centfe - - - Row Four: COOPER, CONYA, Elba . . . CROSS, JOHN POLLARDg BALDONE, MARIE ANTOINETTEQ Binningham- Brundidge . . . CROWLEY, JAMES BERNARD, Enterprise . . . CURRY, MELANIE: Jacksonville . . . DAILEY, HERBERT RICHARD, Montgomery . . . DANIEL, EMILY ANN, Carrollton. Row Five: DAVIS, JOHN I-I., III., Birmingham . . . DICKINSON, Row Two: BELDINC, JOHN AMOS, JR., Tuscaloosa . . . BENNETT, JAMES LEVVIS, JR.: Boaz . . . DIVARAMGKOON, SU-TIRA, Pacific JANE P., Bessemer . . . BERCIN, BETTYE DIANE, Sheffield . . . Grove, California CBangkok, Thailanclj . . . DONALDSON, HARVEY BILLOTTE, ELNOR YEAGERg Sehna . . . BLACK, MARGARET MITCHELL, Andalusia . . . DUNAWAY, ROY SAULSBURY, JR.: ROBERTAg Liberty, South Carolina . . . BOSTWICK, JACKSON Pembroke, Georgia . . . EC-CERT, KATHERINE STANLAY, Birming- LEONARD, JR., Montgomery, Beta Theta Pi. ham, Alpha Omicron Pi. c V fi! 1, Q3 .IVA gf px Page 458 Row One: FAIRCLOTH, JAMES MANNING, JR., Cottondale: Sigma ERT D.: E1 Dorado, Arkansas . . . HOLADAY, JOHN WALDRON5 Phi Epsilon . . . FAULK, DIANE: Prattville . . . FINCH, ALFRED J., Tuscaloosa, Sigma Chi . . . HOLTER, JOHN GREGORY, Cincinnati, JR., Dallas, Georgia . . . FLANAGAN, MICHAEL J., JR., Swansea, Ohio, Sigma Chi.. .HOPKINS, WALTER CARRISON, IIIg Tuscaloosa: Massachusetts: Theta Xi . . . FOLMAR, ROBERT JEROME: Mobile . . . Phi Kappa Psi . . . HUNTER, THOMAS SHANNON: Mobile. FRIDAY, ESTELLE ALICE: Sylacauga. Row Four: JACKSON, MARY HELEN, Birmingham . . . JACETIA, LAL C.: India . . . JANDEBEUR, THOMAS SCHROEDERg Huntsville: Beta Theta Pi . . . KARAI, HOSHANGSHAH EDULJEEg Bombay, India . . . KEASLER, ROBERT GERALD, Fort Payne . . . KELLY, WILLIAM HARVEY, Phenix City, Sigma Chi. Row Two: GALVAO, ROBERTO DIEGUEZg Rio dc Janeiro. Brazil . . . GIBBS, BILLY G., Arab . . . GILBERT, JOEL LEON, JR.: Prichard . . . GODWIN, CHARLES RICHARD, Brewton . . . GOWAN MIRIAM DUNN: Huntsville . . . GRAVES, JEANETTE STAMEY, High Point, North Carolina. Row Five: KING, EDDIE MARTIN, Birmingham . . . LAUBENTHAL, SANDERS ANNE: Nlobile . . . LEDBETTER, PEGGY JEANg Union Grove . . . LEE, LESLIE LEROY, Puebla, Puc., Mcxico . . . Mc- LEMORE, LANVRENCE BEAR, Montgomery, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . Row Three: GROSSE, VINSON CARY, Tuscaloosa . . , HEARD, ROB- MCLEOD, KATIE PATRICIA, Pensacola, Florida, Alpha Delta Pi. Page 459 '7U" in Q-g 3 B- "1-9-' fa' i, R GRADUATES Row One: MAPLES, CHARLES THOMAS, JR.: Fairfield . . . MARKIN, CHARLES R.: Ona, West Virginia . . . MARKIN, PATRICIA BEARDQ Mobile . . MATHISON, CAROLE ANNE' Montgomery - , . . . ME- CHUNUK. CHIRAPUNg Ayudhya, Thailand . . . MILLER, IUNE SWAGERTY, Dothan. Row Two: MILLER, VVAYNE GEORGE: Tuscaloosa . . . MUFTI, NILOFAR: Pakistan . . . NEIL, MARILYN S., Adomsvilleg Delta Zeta . . . NELSON, DUDLEY A. R., JR., Mobile . . . NORN, ELSE- BETH C.g Copenhagen, Denmark. . . OAKS, F. LAWERENCEg Bir- mingham. Page Row Three: ODELL, DELMER DOUGLAS: Camden, Arkansas . . . OOSTINCA, MIA: Groningen, Holland, Special Student . . . PARDUE, ALBERT LUTHER, JR., Mobile, Phi Kappa Psi . . . PARDUE, CAROLYN DAVIS, Pell City, Delta Zeta . . . PARKER, FREDA FAYE, Florence . . . PARNELL, LLOYD, Mobile. Row Four: PARNELL, RONALD IUDSONg Chattanooga, Tennesseeg Phi Sigma Kappa . . . PARSONS, FRED DOUGLAS: Brookside . . . PATEL, KUNIBALA, Bombay, India . . . POSEY, MARY ANN: Flo- rence . . . ROBERSON, FRED ALAN, Longview, Texas . . . ROTH, BETTYE BLAKEg Jasper. Row Five: SALAY, CAROLYN IEANNEg Birmingham . . . SALTER, WILLIAM EARL: McKenzie . . . SCHNELL, ETHEL PATRICIAQ Sheffield . . . SELF, LEE VANNg Birmingham, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . SHERIDAN, FLOYD HUNTER, IR., Tuscaloosa . . . SHERIDAN, SAMUEL HANSg Tuscaloosa. 460 Row Ona SINGLETARY, ERNEST EUGENE, Moms . . . SLOAN, WALDROP, CALLIE EDGARQ Gadsden . - . WALDROP, GERALD CAROL, Scottsboro, Delta Gamma . . . SMITH, LINDA CAROLE, WAYNE5 G?1dSdC1'1- Decatur, Mississippi . . . SMITH, SHIRLEA JOAN, Gadsden, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . SPARKS, JOYCE ELIZABETH, Greensboro, North Carolina . . . SPEER, HARRY A., Birmingham. Row Four: VVEAR, MARY BETH, Tuscaloosa, Delta Gamma . . . WHITE, CHESTER F., Montgomery . . . WHITFIELD, ROBERT Row Two: STARNES, ROBERT LEEQ Bessemer - - . STEWART, ROND- Demopolis- Delta Tau Delta WHITLAW SYLVIA- Eif- DELLA CATHERINE, Bessemer . . . TANKERSLEY, KAREN, Nor- minghzfm. Delta Zeta WHITT CARLTON DENNIS Ath 7 , . . . , , ens . . man, Oklahoma, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . TAYLOR, MARION PEEK, WILLIAMS, GLENDA MAES Birmingham- JR., Raymond, Mississippi . . . TELLER, HENRY E., IR., Mobile, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . THOMAS, DONALD SMITH, IR., Birmingham, Alpha Sigma Phi. Row Five: WILLIAMS, JAMES DAVID, Brunswick, Georgia . . . WILLIAMS, WALTER KENNETH, Phenix City . . . WILSON, Row Three: THOMAS, SARAH LOUISE, Shubuta, Mississippi . . . NEDRA PHILLIPS, Tuscaloosa . . . WOLFE, ROBERT, Brooklyn, THRASHER, BILLY HUSE, Hartselle . . . TISDALE, FRANCES New York . . . WOOTEN, LARRY EARLE, Anniston . . . WRIGHT, BANKS, Brantley . . . VILLAFANA, FRANK RAFAEL, Hartselle . . . FRANK D,, JR., Springville. Page 461 Row Three: CADDIS, CHARLES OWINGS, Liveoak, Florida, Phi Gamma Delta . . . CAMPBELL, JOHN MARVIN, III., Sylacauga, Kappa Sigma . . . CARR, JOSEPH EDWARD, IV., Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- vania, Sigma Chi . . . CONWILL, HEWITT LAURENCE, Vincent , . . COOPER, LEON E., Roanoke, Kappa Alpha . . . COWDEN, ARTHUR MCCLUNEY, Mobile. Row Four: CUMMINS, NORMAN CHARLES, Birmingham . . . DAN- IEL, JOHN EDGAR, Clayton, Theta Tau . . . DAWVSON, VVILLIAM MONROE, JR., Birmingham . . . DELORME, SARA CONSTANCE, Birmingham . . . DIAMOND, ROSS MARTIN, III., Mobile, Sigma Nu. DONALDSON, ROBERT JEFF, Jasper. Row Five: DORMAN, BENJAMIN SCREVEN, III., Oxford, Sigma Chi . . . FARRINGTON, FLETCHER NAPOLEON, JR., Montgomery . . . FOLEY, JOHN BURTON, Foley . . . FREEMAN, ARNOLD CHARLES, Kennedy . . . CASTON, GEARY ALFRED, Chickasaw . . . GEORGE, CHARLES LOVELL, Huntsville, Sigma Chi. N.. X ' M - 1... sv il f- 43 JPN Page 462 low 01101 GORNSTEIN, ION CREIGHTONQ Lincolnwood, Illinoisi Columbiana . . . KITCHENS, JOHN BROWNg Roanoke . . . LEE J. 'hi Kappa Psi . . . GREAVES, THOMAS GUY, III.5 Mobile . . . ALLENg Tuscaloosa. A JUTHRIE, DONALD NELSON5 Birmingham . . . HAMBY, GENE IIALCOLM, JR.5 Florence . . . HANEY, BRUCE GEORGEg Tuscaloosag Saiirghda Chi Alpha . . . HARPER, JOHN B.g Tuscaloosag Delta Tau e a. Row Four: LEVINE, ALAN DAVIDg Tuscaloosa . . . LOGAN, GRAN- VILLE ALLENQ Huntsville . . . LOVELESS, WILLIAM THOMASg Binriinghamg Lambda Chi Alpha . . . MCCORMICK, MICHAEL . , I I . . h WELLSg Birminghamg Delta Oni . . . McDOWELL, DANNY GRAY5 low Two' HARRIS JAMES D-7 Montgomery, Slgma Chl ' ' ' HART Decherd Tennessee . MOUNTAIN CLINTON DELAINE5 Albert- IAN, JOHN LOUIS, III.g Tuscaloosa , . . HEID, DAVID WILLIAM5 . 4 f - - Q luscaloosa . . . HOLLOWAY, VVILLIS WALTER, JR.5 Solinas Delta WUC, AlPha Tau Omega- .appa Epsilon . . . HORTON, CHARLES TERRY5 Mobile . . . HUNT, IORACE SINCLAIR, IIIg Tuscaloosa. How Five: MULLIS, JAMES THOMAS, JR.g Hurltsvilleg Delta Chi . . . NICHOLSON, HUGH PERCYQ Huntsville . . . NOMBERG, JOEL low Three: HYDE, DAVID TRUMAN, JR.g Evergreen . . . KATZ, M.g Dothan . . . OCLE, RICHARD FENNELI4 Binninghiimg Pi Kappa BARRY LYNN5 Birmingharng Phi Epsilon Pi . . , KELLEY, JOSEPH Alpha . . , OLIVER, HOXVARD CRUMPTONg VIWIISCZIIOOSIIQ Siginii Alpha 3UYs Montgomeryg Phi Gamma Delta . . . KELLY, LEON FRED, JR.g Epsilon . . . OWVENS, JOHN ARTHURg Tuscalooszlg Dt-lla Tau Dc-lla. Page 463 Qi' 51 1r.,1 if ing. i- LAW SCHOOL Row One: PARSONS, ELBERT HAWKINS, JR., Huntsville, Beta Theta Pi . . . PATTON, JAMES MICHAEL, Mobile, Delta Tau Delta . . . POTTS, ROBERT LESLIE, Florence . . . PRICE, JAMES MILFORD, Huntsville, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . REESE, KEENE LITTLETONg alexander City, Kappa Alpha . . . REYNOLDS, DAN J., JR., Pleasant rove. Row Two: RILEY, RAY GORDON, JR., Mobile . . . ROBERTS, PAUL RICHARD, Foley . . . RUTLAND, ROBERT HORTON, JR., Montgom- ery, Sigma Nu . . . SAMFORD, JOHN BENNETT, Opelika, Alpha Tau Omega . . , SCHRAMM, HOVVARD MURFEE, JR., Mobile . . . SELMAN, JOHN L., JR., Tuscaloosa. Row Three: SHORT, WILLIAM AMOS, JR., Mulga . . . SLAUGHTER, bl ,en ar" JESSE HOWELL, Tuscaloosa, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . SMELLE MARIE, Northport . . . SMILEY, CLARE BROYVN, Unionti Phi . . . SMITH, ROBERT HERSCHEL, Mobile . . . SMITH, HARRIS, Heflin. Row Four: SNELLING, GEORGE BAYARD, Gurley . . . BRIDGE, RONALD HOVVARD, Vernon, Phi Kappa Sign TARVER, JOHN D., Wagarville . . . TAYLOR, H. NEIL, JR. ville . . . WALDO, MYRTICE R., Tuscaloosa . . . WALDO SON G., Auburn. Row Five: WARD, DAVID HALL, Birmingham . . . VI MARVIN HENRY, JR., Anniston, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . I HOFF, WILLIAM GEORGE, Sylacauga, Kappa Sigma . . LIAMS, HERMON GEORGE, JR., Decatur, Sigma Alpha Eps WILSON, RONALD KERRY, Tuscaloosa . . . WORLEY, EUGENE, Cross Roads . . . YUNG, JOHN ADRIAN, IV, IN ery, Phi Delta Theta. Page 464 may cf' WN J! " 0 SENIOR CLASS Row One: ACTON, BETSY HASTY, Birmingham, Education, Kappa Delta . . . ADAMS, AMANDA GAIL, Selma, Education . . . ADAMS, JENNIE CATHERINE, Northport, Education, -Alpha Chi Omega, Chi Delta Phi CEnglish Honoraryl, Kappa Delta Epsilon Rush Chairman fEducation Honoraryj . . . ALBRIGHT, CARL WAYNE, JR., Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, S.G.A. Senate, Engineering Executive Council, Alpha Tau Omega, Treasurer, Secretary, Inter Fra- ternity Council Judiciary, Theta Tau, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Treasurer, Chrago ROTC Award . ALEXANDER, BRENDA JO, Reform, Arts and Sciences, Senior Council, Pi Mu Epsilon . . . ALEXANDER, LUKE EDWARD, Russellville, Commerce and Business Administration, Young Democrats, Marketing Club . . . ALLDREDGE, JERRY JOE, Birmingham, Education, Swimming Team Letterman CVarsityJ Pi Tau Chi . . . ALLEN, CAROLYN MILDRED, Knoxville, Home Economics. Bow Two: ALLEN, GERRY LOUISE, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . ALLEN, GRACE MARGUERITTE, Knoxville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ANDERS, JOSEPH DAVID, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, S.G.A. Senate, Solicitor Gen- eral of Student Court, Scabbard and Blade . . . ANDERS, THERON EDWARD, Danville, Arts and Sciences . . . ANDERSON, DALE CLEVELAND, Beaverton, Education, Kappa Delta Pi, Tennis Scholar- ship . . . ANDREWS, CHESLEY SAMUEL, JR., Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . ANGER, PENNIFRED GAIL, Atlanta, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, AAUW, Spirit Usher . . . ANTHONY, CARTER EUGENE, Greenville, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha, President, Kappa Alpha. Row Three: ANTHONY, JUDITH ANNE, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Delta Zeta, Vice President, Delta Zeta, Spirit, Panhellenic Rep- resentative, Bama Skydivers, AWS Committees . . . AREY, JANET BROOKS, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Lambda Delta, Town Girls, DAR History Award . . . ARMSTRONG, JOHN WAYNE, Tusca- loosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu, SAM, Scab- bard and Blade . . . ARMSTRONG, ROBERT DANIEI Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Mu Epsilon, Gamma I President Men's Residence Hall Council . . . ATKII DALE, Guin, Education . . ,. AXEL, BERNARD, Birn merce and Business Administration, Alpha Phi Omega Mock Election fFall, 1966J . . . AYOUB, ANTOINE I dan, Zahle, Lebanon, Engineering, ISA President, Phi I Ka pa Nu, Pi Mu Epsilon, IEEE . . . BABIN, BETSI and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta. Row Four: BACOT, GIGI, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, CAWSJ Committee, Usherette Club, Social Chairman 0 Publicity Committee . . . BAGBY, CHARLES POWELI Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President, Sch: Sciences, President, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Jasons, SGA I5 sentatives, IFC Representative . . . BAIR, LEE MORGI Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Varsity T Club . . . BAKER, EDDY WADE, Hodges, Engineering GEORGE ALLEN, Birmingham, Engineering, ASCE JANE M., Crossvill-e, Education, President, Wilson Hal of Representatives, Secretary, Women's Residence Hall: BALDWIN, MICHAEL S., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Scien Omega, Vice President of International Fraternity Cou Festival of Arts Committee, SGA House of Rep., Phi Alj BANKS, ROBERT MOORE, JR., Mobile, Arts and Sciei ROTC Cadet officer's club. Row Five: BANKS, WILLIAM FREDERICK, JR., Ann Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . BANKSTON, MARCIA mingham, Home Economics, Phi Mu . , . BARKER, J SON, II, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Admin Sigma, Marketing Club, AIESEC . . . BARNARD, JU New Hope, Education . . . BARNES, LEON L., Guin, BARNES, LEONARD WAYNE, Hueytown, Commerce Administration, S.A.U., Delta Sigma Pi . . . BARN ALLEN, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Adminz Chi . . . BARNHILL, DAVIS A., Birmingham, Commerc Administration. Row One: BARTON, ANN F., Cordova, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . BARTON, WILSON PERRY, JR., German Town, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . BASSALALI, NORMAN NOOROLLAH, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, IEEE . . . BAS- SETT, JOSEPH SPENCER, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . BATIZY, LEVENTE GUSZTAV, San Antonio, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi, Swimming Team, A-Club . . . BATTLE, JANE PHILLIPS, Huntsville, Education, Kappa Delta Pi . . . BEASLEY, BEVERLEY CLARE, Dora, Education . . . BEASLEY, LINDA ELLEN, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Dormi- tory Judiciary Co-uncil, C-W. Row Two: BEASLEY, MARY HEARN, Albertville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, Triangle, Chi Delta Phi, Pi Sigma Alpha, Parking and Traffic Regulations Committee . . . BEASON, ROBERT OWEN, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . BELL, THOMAS B., Demopolis, Commerce and Business Administration, Society for the Advancement of Management, Alpha Kappa Psi , . . BELLEW, JANIS DON, Oneonta, Education, Phi Mu, Spirit, Y . . . BERGIN, MARITA, Cullman, Education . . . BERISFORD, EDWARD BERNARD, Hunts- ville, Commerce and Business Administration, Society for the Advance- ment of Management . . . BESANT, MARTHA LOUISE, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Sec. Sigma Delta Pi, Vice Pres. Spanish Club, Town Girls, Asst. Business Manager Summer C.W .... BESSALELI, DAVID, BNE-BRAQ, Israel, Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, ETA, Kappa Nu, Pi Mu Epsilon, IEEE, ISO. Row Three: BEST, RALPH LEE, JR., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, AICHE, ACS . . . BEVILL, HAROLD LEE, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Alpha Psi . . . BIGGS, JOHN LEON CCOLOWERJ, Atmore, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi flnactivej, Press Club, C-W, University News Bureau . . . BILLS, MARY ANN, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . BIRCH- FIELD, NANCY NEAL, Montgomery, Education, Phi Mu, Corolla Business Manager, YWCA Publicity Chairman, Deanis List, Union Com- mittee, Chairman SGA Senate . . . BISHOP, MARVIN A., Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Society for the Advancement of Management, Alpha Kappa Psi . . . BLACKERBY, WAYNE TAL- MADGE, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, University Presbyterian Church . . . BLACKLEDGE, JANICE ELAINE, Huntsville, Com- merce and Business Administration, Alpha Kappa Psi Sweetheart, Mar- keting Club. How Four: BLACKMON, TALMADGE HOWARD, Pensacola, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . BLACKWELL, LOTUS B., III, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . BLINN, PEPI I, Springdale, Connecticut, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Spirit Club . . . BLOCH, LINDA MARIENE, Elberta, Arts and Sciences . . . BLUMENFELD, ALAN MICHAEL, Miami, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Pi, AEP President, Jr. I.F.C., I.F.C. Greek Week Com .... BLYTHE, GREGG PREUIT, Leighton, Education, Phi Delta Theta . . . BOOTH, CAROLE ANN, Cherokee, Education, Women's Residence Hall Council, S.N.E.N .... BOOTH, KAREN E., Torrance, California, Home Economics. Row Five: BORDEN, JOE MCKINLEY, Jasper, Education . . . BOS- TICK, MARTHA JAYE, Newville, Nursing . . . BOSTWICK, JOHN ELIZABETH, Montgomery, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . BOWLES, JERRELL, Bankston, Engineering . . . BRADFORD, PAULA C., Arab, Home Economics . . . BRADLEY, ESTA M., New Orleans, Louisiana, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BRANTNER, JOHN ALEXANDER, Annandale, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Varsity Baseball, Dean's List, Newman Club, Arnold Air Society . . . BRASHER, JOE PROPST, Fayette, Education. 4P'X Row One: BRASWELL, ADELAIDE WEBB, Demopolis, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . BRASWELL, JOSEPH EDWARD, Tuske- gee, Arts and Sciences, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Mu Epsilon, Vice Pres., Honors Program, Arnold Air Society, AFROTC Cadet Officerls Club, Sec .... BRECKENRIDGE, JOHN MCNEAL, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . BRECKENRIDGE, ROBERT REID, Birmingham, Engineering, AIAA . . . BREEDLUVE, CHARLES RANDALL, Prattville, Engineering, IEEE . . . BREWS- TER, GARY THOMAS, Trion, Georgia, Engineering, Tau Beta Phi, Eta Kappa Nu, Pi Mu Epsilon . . . BRICE, JANET B., Oneonta, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . BRIGGS, MURRAY CLIFTON, Brewton, Engineering. Row Two: BRINSON, RICHARD SHIELDS, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . BRITAIN, RUTH JACKSON, Jasper, Education, Alpha Xi Delta, SNEA . . . BROOKS, BARBARA KAY, Hollywood, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha, Theta Sigma Phi . . . BROOKS, LINDA CAROL, Fairfield, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha, Triangle . . . BROSS, JOSEPH C., Colum- bus, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration, Pre-Law . . . BROWN, JOHN FLOYD, Guntersville, Arts and Sciences, Phi Eta Sigma . . . BROWN, MARGENE, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta, Mortar Board, Triangle, AWS . . . BROWN, RICHARD Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta p a si. Row Three: BROWN, ROBERT LETCHER, JR., Tuscaloosa, Engi- neering, ASME, Pi Mu Epsilon . . . BROWNBACK, ANN, Arlington, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Freshman Council, Sophomore Council, AWS, University Theatre, Sweet Briar Junior Year in France . . . BRUCE, BONNIE ELIZABETH, Dublin, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . BRUCE, PATRICIA CATHERINE, Tuscaloosa, Education, Town Girls, Alpha Beta Alpha . . . BRUNER THOMAS EARL, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . BURDETTE, LINDA NELL, Clanton, Education, Pi Beta Phi, AWS House of Representatives, Panhellenic Council, President of Pi Beta Phi, SNEA 137 . . . BURKART, CHARLES JOHN, Hanceville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BURKE, MEREDITH JANE, Mobile, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: BURKETT, WILLIAM L., Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Society for Advancement of Management CPresidentJ American Society for Training and Development fPresi- dentl . . . BURKHART, JAMES NORVIN, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences . . .BURNS, GEORGANNE, Ozark, Education, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Pi Sigma Alpha, Alpha Beta Alpha, SNEA . . . BURR, DONNA LEE, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha, ZTA, Music Chairman, Beta Beta Beta- Biology Club . . . BURT, MARY JULIA, Sheffield, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . BUSBEE, JOEL KENT, Meridian, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Football Team and Track . . . BUZBEE, CHARLOTTE K., Bremen, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club . . . BYRD, JAMES CURTIS, Clanton, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, S.A.M. Row Five: CALLAHAN, CLARENCE WHITNEY, JR., Mobile, Com- merce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi, Pi Kappa Phi, SGA House of Representatives, Marketing Club, Air Force ROTC, Off Cam- pus Association, Amold Air Society, Airs Force Officer's Club . . . CAMPBELL, EMILY KAREN, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha, Treasurer French Club, Spirit, Y, Crimson Girl, Homecoming Court, Corolla Favorite, Historian Zeta Tau Alpha . . . CAMPBELL, ROBERT MARION, Grove Hill, Engineering, Theta Tau, Vice Pres. School of Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, Theta Tau, IEEE . . . CANTY, CAMILLA FRANCES, Tuscaloosa, Phi Mu, Town Girls, Phi Chi Theta, Spirit, Bama Belle . . . CAPOUANO, ALBERT DAVID, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi, Marketing Club . . , CAPPS, EILLIAM MARCUS, Birmingham, Engineering, Kappa Sigma . . . CARPENTER, RICHARD HENRY, Boaz, Arts and Sciences, American Chemical Society, Student Affiliate . . . CAR- RUTHERS, KATHRYN S., Mountain Brook, Arts and Sciences, Chemistry, Alpha Delta Pi, Pasteur Society. Page 468 Row One: CARSON, THOMAS JACKSON, JR., Florence, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi, Social Chairman, Secre- tary . . . CARTER, DAVID EARL, Montgomery, Education, SNEA, SAM . . . CASGRANDE, ROBERT ALLEN, Wayne, New Jersey, Education, Delta Tau Delta . . . CASSELS, BARBARA ANNE, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi, Beta Beta Beta, Vice Pres., Senator of Arts and Sciences SGA, Alpha Delta Pi, Pres .... CHAMBLISS, DANIEL SCOTT, Birmingham, Commerce and Bus- iness Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . CHAMPLIN, EDWARD EARL, JR., Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . CHAPMAN, JOHN ROB- ERT, JR., Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . CHARD, CHARLES ARTHUR, Florence, Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE, Pi Mu Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Senior Award 1966. How Two: CHESSER, CLARENCE RANDALL, Lineville, Education, Beta Theta Pi, University Players, AFROTC Officers Club, Alpha Psi Omega . . . CHOW, ALAN S. L., Kowloon, Hong Kong, Engineering . . . CHRISTIAN, LULA CARY, Northport, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . , CHURCH, JOHN ALEXANDER, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CICERO, JOHN B., Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CIVILS, GRACE CHERYL, Gardendale, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha, ZTA Officer, Historian 1965, Standards Chairman 1966, SNEA . . . CLARK, BARBARA ANN, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . CLARK, HEWITT BLYSTONE, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu Alpha. Row Three: CLARK, SUNDRA LEE, Newton, Illinois, Home Eco- nomics, Delta Zeta . . . CLARKE, CHARLES KENDALL, Northport, Engineering, Acacia, Commander, Sabre Drill Team, Phi Eta Sigma . . . CLARKE, CLINTON EDWARD, JR., Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . CLEVERDON, SUE CAROL, Summerdale, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, Triangel, YMCA, Spirit, Alpha Kappa Delta, Page AWS Activities Committee . . . CLEWELL, SANDRA KAY, Highland Park, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences . . . COBB, JULIA, York, Edu- cation: Chi Omega . . . COCHRAN, CHARLES WILLIAM, HI, Hendersonville, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma President, Cotillion Club . . . COCHRAND, ELIZABETH BRANTLY, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Kappa Delta, Agnes Ellen Harris, Senior Council, Town Girls. Row Four: COLE, CATHYE VIVIAN, Gadsden, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . COLEMAN, ANN GRAY, Greensboro, Education, Kappa Delta . . . COLLIER, JAMES W., Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . COLLIER, JOE LARRY, Education . . . COLVIN, EVELYN LOUISE, Jasper, Arts and Sciences . . . COOK, BARBARA DIANA, Tuscaloosa, Education, Town Girls, SNEA . . . COOK, JIMMY DAR- ROL, DeKalb, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences . . . COOPER, DAVID J., Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsi- on. Row Fioe: COOPER, RONALD JERRY, Fayette, Arts and Sciences, Pi Mu Epsilon, Distinguished Military Graduate Selection . . . COPE- LAND, JAMES ROBERT, JR., Metairie, Louisiana, Commerce and Business Administration, Scabbard and Blade . . . CORBIN, PATRICIA UNA, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Education, Alpha Delta Pi, SNEA . . . CORNELISON, JAMES JOHNSON, Huntsville, Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engineers . . . COSBY, ROBERT MILTON, Bimiingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Delta . . . COSPER, ROBERT EUGENE, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . COUCH, FREDERICK OSGOOD, JR., Anniston, Com- merce and Business Administration, Marketing Club, U. S. Jaycees , . . COX, ANNE PENDLETON, Columbus, Mississippi, Education, Delta Gamma, AWS Scholarship, SNEA. SENIOR CLASS SENIOR CLASS Row One: COX, BARRY K., Gadsden, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . COX, MARSH KAREN, Mentone, Arts and Sciences . . . CRAIN, KATHLEEN LOU, Bessemer, Educa- tion, Alpha Beta Alpha . . . CRAWFORD, BEVERLY JEAN, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Honors Program A 81 S, Dance Club, Philosophy Club, Alpha Lambda Delta . . . CREIGHTON, WILLIAM DODISON, Elberta, Arts and Sciences, American Chemical Society, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Pi Mu Epsilon . . . CROMMELIN, HARRIET, Wetumpka, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . CRUCE, TOMMY CLAY, Bessemer, Engineering, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Nu Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Etu Kappa Nu, IEEE, Engineering Executive Council . . . CRUIT, JIMMY DEWITT, Atmore, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Phi Omega. Row Two: CULBERSON, MARY SUSAN, Mobile, Chemistry, Alpha Chi Omega, Junior and Senior Council, Chairman AWS Scholarship Committee, AWS Cultural Committee, 3rd Yr. Triangle, Rush Advisor . . . CULP, JAMES HENRY, Attalla, Chemistry . . . CULPEPPER, LINDA ANN, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Chi Delta Phi, Pro- gram chairman, ISA, Triangle, Women,s Residence Hall Council, Uni- versity of Ala. Scholarship to Sweden-Summer 1966 . . . CULPEP- PER, MARY ALLINE, Monroeville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta, Mortar Board, Mu Phi Epsilon, Pi Kappa Lambda . . . CURLEE, SHIRLEY E., Birmingham, Education, Spirit Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Spanish Club fHonoraryJ . . . CURREY, ROBERT BROWNLEE, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Phi Eta Sigma . . . CURTIS, RICHARD ALAN, Mobile, Engineering . . . DAHLKE, SHIRLEY ANN, Bir- mingham, Education, Delta Zeta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Activities Chairman, Spitit Board of Directors, Senior Council, SNEA. Row Three: DARK, MARTHA BINELL, Goodwater, Education, Home Economics, SNEA . . . DAVENPORT, RICHARD CARICO, Chat- tanooga, Tennessee, Education, Alpha Sigma Tau, Varsity Swimming Team . . . DAVIES, M'ARIDA LYNN, Fairborn, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Triangle, Spirit, Fresh. Soph., Jr. Sr. Councils, AWS Commit- tees CIAVVS, Co-ed, Electionsj, Treasurer-Martha Parham East, House Judiciary . . . DAVIS, LAWRENCE CLIFFORD, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . DAVIS, MARTHA ANN, Albertville, Education . . . DAVIS, ROBERT ALVIN, Columbus, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Rho Alpha Tau, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa . . . DAVIS, RONALD STEWART, Hamilton, Engineering, fPres.J Alpha Pi Mu, AIIE . . . DAWSON, NOTOMA LOUISE, Loxley, Arts and Sciences, Million Dollar Band. Row Four: DeANC-ELO, LOUIS N., Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . DEES, JOHN ALLEN, Mt. Meigs, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . DENTON, THOMAS WATSON, JR., Fort Payne, Education, Delta Tau Delta, Wesley Foundation, SNEA, Pi Tau Chi . . . DERRICK, BARBARA JEAN, Scottsboro, Education, University Players . . . DEW, LINDA KAY, Madison, Arts and Sciences, National Merit Scholarship, Special University Scholar- ship, Chi Delta Phi . . . DEWBERRY, JAMES ROY, Lauett, Arts and Sciences, Choral Union . . . DICKERT, DON CHARLES, Brun- didge, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma, Co- tillion Club Staff, Scabbard and Blade . . . DICKINSON, FRED RAY, VVinfield, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, American Society of Me- chanical Engineers. Row Five: DINWIDDIE, BETTY LETTEW, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . DOBLIN, STEPHEN ALAN, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Pres .... DODD, DUSTIN DOUGLAS, Decatur, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . DOERING, MARY JEAN, Foley, Arts and Sciences, Uni- versity Band, Pasteur Society, Pi Tau Chi, Gamma Delta . . . DOLLAR, LINDA KAY, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . DONAHOO, DIANE, Harpersville, Education, Kappa Delta Pi, Chi Delta Phi . . . DOSS, JAMES F., Jasper, Commerce and Business Administration . . . DOSTER, JOYCE JOHNS, Dothan, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta. 1 --4 Row One: DOWDLE, LINNIE JANE, Ethelsville, Education . . . DOWNEY, ROY WAYNE, Gadsden, Education, Lambda Chi Alpha, University Golf Team . . . DOWNING, MARTHA KATHLYN, An- niston, Commerce and Business Administration . . . DRIVER, PA- TRICIA ANN, Gordo, Education, Intramural Sports . . . DUBE, SUSAN ELAINE, Birmingham, Education, Womenis Intramural Sports, Ping-Pong Champion, Championship Basketball and Softball teams for Mary Burke East Honor Student, Spirit and Swan Club, Major's Club . . . DUEEASE, WILLIAM EUGENE, III, Memphis, Tennessee, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, AIIE fV.P.J Scabbard and Blade, Engi- neering Executive Council . . . DULANEY, GENIE, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . DUNN, KENNETH M., Fairhope, Education, Acacia, Treas. Acacia. Row Two: DUNN, SANDRA ELAINE, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . DuPONT, NORMA F AYE, Irvington, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Delta-President, Gamma Sigma Epsilon-Secretary, A.C.S. Student Affiliate . . . DUPREE, JOHN M., Ashford, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi, Whois Who, Vice Pres. A 81 S., Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Rho Alpha Tau . . . DURDEN, JIMMY DAVID, Opp, Arts and Sciences, B-eta Theta Pi . . . DuROSS, DAVID JONA- THON, Bethesda, Maryland, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Homecoming Committee, Corolla . . . DYSON, JANIE FAYE, Bessemer, Education, SNEA, Alabama Association on Children Under Six . . . EARL, HARRIET LOUISE, Eufaula, Education, Delta Delta Delta, Treasurer-Delta Delta Delta, Chorister, Mu Phi Epsilon . . . EDGAR, JOHN WILLIAM, JR., Piedmont, Commerce and Bus- iness Administration, Vice Pres. Society for Advancement of Manage- ment. Row Three: EDSON, HELEN BITZER, Birmingham, Education, Phi Mu . . . EDWARDS, CRAWFORD E., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . EDWARDS, KERMIT CHARLES, Bir- mingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . EHLERT, ELIZABETH F., Selma, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta, Pi Kappa Cambda, Mu Phi Epsilon . . . EINSTEIN, JUDITH ANN, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, Home Economics, Delta Zeta, Transfer Rep., 'ee sf. Council . . . ELLIOTT, ROY VERNON, JR., Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . ELLIS, ANN LEIGH, Letohatchie, Home Economics, Delta Zeta, Agnes Ellen Harris Club, spirit . ELMORE, MILDRED DICKSON, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Row Four: EMPLAINCOURT, MARILYN PEARL, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . ENGLAND, JULIA GREY, Fayette, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . ENGWALL, KAREN ALLISON, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, Comment, Associate Editor . . . ETHEREDGE, WILLIAM HUGH, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma, Vice Pres. Scabbard and Blade Honorary . . . EVANS, ELLEN LAMLEY, Huntsville, Education, Kappa Delta . , . EZELL, CHARLES AGNEW, Lavaca, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . FAIR, CHARLA ELAINE, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu, Chi Delta Phi, Alpha Kappa Delta, Dean's List, YWCA, Spirit . . . FAIRCLOTH, ANNE MOORE, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Agnes Ellen Harris, Town Girls. Row Five: FALKENBURG, JUNE DAVIS, Birmingham, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . FARR, MARY BAMA, Tuscaloosa, Education, Uni- versity Dance Club, Town Girls, Physical Education Major's Club . . . F ENN, MARY HELEN, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, Theta Sigma Phi, Chi Delta Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta . . . FERRELL, RUTH ANN, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . FIELDS, ELIZABETH HELEN, Talladega, Education . . . FIELDS, JACK WILLIAM, Gar- dendale, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . F IELDS, VIRGINIA, Bremen, Education, Hayden Harris House Coun- cil . . . F ILYAW, CARLIS HOYT, Hillsboro, Arts and Sciences, Pi Mu Epsilon. h,,l K' E 3 5 1 Pi A Row One: FOLMAR, DWIGHT MARSHALL, Troy, Arts and Sciences, Pi Mu Epsilon, Circle K International . . . FORRESTER, H. DIXON, Birmingham, Education, Theta Chi, Alpha Phi Omega . . . FOSTER, THOMAS LEVERNE, Talladega, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Beta Theta Pi, Pres., Outstanding IFC Work Award, past Pres. of Beta Theta Pi, Society for Advancement of Management . . . FOUNTAIN, PERCY COLEMAN, IR., Mobil-e, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . FOWLER, RONALD COLLIDGE, Tusca- loosa, Commerce and Business Administration, American Statistical Society . . . FREEMAN, IUDITH B., Odenville, Education . . . GAFFORD, ANGELON, Binningham, Education, Spanish Club . . . GARMON, SHARYN LEE, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: GARNER, COLIE PATRICIA, Fayetteville, North Caro- lina, Education, Alpha Delta Pi, Young Republicans, Pres. Alpha Delta Pi . . . GARRETT, LINDA MARGARET, Brenton, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . GARTLAND, PATRICK MICHAEL, Tusca- loosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . GARY, RICHARD S., Minneapolis, Kansas, Education, Track CVarsityJ "An Club . . . GAUSE, MARILYN JEAN, Stockton, Arts and Sciences, Councilor Martha Parham East . . . GERA, JAMES THOMAS, Greens- burg, Pennsylvania, Commerce and Business Administration, Society for the Advancement of Management, Newmen Club, Young Republi- cans . . . GEVERTZ, LEOWARD, Miami Beach, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Young Republicans . . . GIBSON, LEON- ARD GEORGE, IR., Eight Mile, Engineering, Theta Tau, Pres. Engi- neers Executive Council, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astro- nautics. Row Three: GILBERT, GAYLE, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Band, Treasurer, Mary Burke West 1965-66 . . . GILBERT, KERMIT CECIL, IR., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Etu Sigma, Delta Phi Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa . . . GILLIS, WAYNE HIXON, Brewton, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . GLASGOW, SARAH ELISE, Ruston, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . GOL- ONER, MICHAEL SCOTT, Birmingham, Commerce and Business 5 if I 2 2 P i I Administration, Zeta Beta Tau, Scabbe Marketing Club, Uason's Senior Men I MICHAEL, Quinton, Engineering, I tronic Engineers . . . GRACE, JAMES IEEE . . . GRADDICK, CHARLES and Business Administration. Row Four: GRAFTON, MARGARE' Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . GRAHAM Business Administration . . . GRAI Texas, Commerce and Business Adm Beta Alpha Psi CPres.D, Commerce E Kappa Psi . . . GRAHAM, STANLE and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpt Treasurer, Triangle, President, Alpha K Alpha Gamma Delta 2nd Vice Pres IACKSON, Engineering, Theta Tau, T . . . GRAVES, MAURICE VANLIER, Phi Kappa Psi . . . GRAVLEE, MARY cation, BSU. How Five: GRAYSON, CLAUDE American Chemical Society . . . GRf Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zet Panhellenic, Dormitory Council . . . C ham, Education, Phi Mu, Preside Spirit, SNEA . . . GREEN, VI Home Economics, Alpha XL Delta, GREEN, WILLIAM GREGORY, Hue Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Day Chairman, S.G.A. Spirit . . . GRI Education . . . GRIFFIN, LINDA nomics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . GR' Home Economics, Delta Gamma, AAU' Page 472 Row One: GRIFFITH, MARY MARTINA, Birmingham, Education, Spanish Club . . . GRIGGS, HENRY GILMAN, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, I.F.C. two years, Pres. ROTC Officers Club . . . GUIN, JOALLEN, Birmingham, Education, Delta Zeta, Triangle, Spirit, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Epsilon . . . GULLEY, WILLIAM REDDING, JR., Marion, Commerce and Bus- iness Administration . . . GUTTERY, JAMES RANDALL, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Kappa Sigma . . . GUYTON, CELIA MIMS, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . HAGAN, JOYCE ANN, Lexington, Kentucky, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Zeta, Marketing Club, Newman Club . . . HAGER, KATHRINE IDELL, Jasper, Education, Delta Delta Delta, Major Club. Row T wo: HALL, CAROLINE GILES, Montgomery, Home Economics, Delta Gamma, Agnes Ellen Harris . . . HALL, KATHERINE BRIGGS, Andalusia, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . HALL, MILES SHINKLE, JR,, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club . . . HALL, ROGER ALLEN, Oxford, Engineering, Theta Tau, Tau B-eta Pi, Pi Mu Epsilon, Engineers Executive Council, Theta Tau CPres.J, Chi Epsilon, ASCE . , . HALLMAN, CHARLES WILLIAM, JR., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Kappa Psi . . . HAMILTON, FRANCES KARIN, Pell City, Home Economics, Delta Zeta . . . HAMNER, RONALD PARK, Northport, Education, Chi Phi . . . HANBY, JUDITH A., Gadsden, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha, Alpha Beta Alpha, SNEA, Spanish Club. Row Three: HANCHETT, JANET CAROLE, Big Rapids, Michigan, Home Economics, President Mary Burke West, AWS House of Repre- sentatives, Women's Residence Hall Council, Interdorrn. Council . . . HANEY, MARVIN LARRY, Albertville, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Alpha Psi, Society for Advance- ment of Management . . . HANLEY, JOHN O., Gainesville, Engineer- ing, Alpha Tau Omega, Theta Tau . . . HARD, RONALD WAYNE, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Society for the Advancement of Management fPres.D, Commerce Executive Council . . . I-IARRELL, CUNTNIA SUE, Richards-Gebaur A.F.B., Missouri, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . HARREL, THOMAS ATKINS, Elberta, Education . . . HARRIS, LAURA OLIVIA, Elmore, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, University Bank, Alpha Kappa Delta . . . HARRIS, THOMAS LAXSON, Gulf Breeze, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Acacia. Row Four: HARRISON JOHN RUTLAND, Huntsville, Arts and Sci- ences, Delta Chi, Rush Chairman, Corr. Secretary, Rec. Secretary, Social Chairman, C Emphasis 66-67, IFC Treasurer, Cotillion Club 1963-66 . . . HART, PATRICIA ANNE, Evergreen, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . HARTE, JOHN WILLIAMS, Aikew, South Carolina, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . HARTLEY, PAUL RICHARD, Greenville, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . HASKEW, JOHN RICHARD, Engineering, Pres. 1966- 67, V.P. 1965-66, Treasurer 1964-65, Etu Kappa Nu, Pres. 1966-67, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Mu Ephsilon, Fred R. Maxwell . . . HASTY, DIANA duPONT, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta, Triangle, Spirit, Senior Council, AWS Scholarship Committee . . . HATCH, DAVID GEORGE, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . HATCH, HARRIET S., Birmingham, Education, Million Dollar Band, Rifle Team. Row Five: HATMAKER, JACKIE LYNN, Tuscaloosa, Education, Freshman Council, Sophomore Council, Chaplain, Triangle, Sec. Alpha Beta Alpha, Chaplain, Sec. Town Girls, AWS Social Committee CSum- merl . . . HAUSER, SYDNEY RHODES, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences . . . HAVARD, JAMES RONALD, Daphne, En ineering, Alpha Pi Mu, AIIE . . . HAVARD, PAULA CLAIRE, Moiile, Education, Delta Gamma . . . HAVER, PEGGY DIANE, Childersburg, Education, Delta Zeta . . . HAYES, JOHNNIE C., JR., Talladega, Arts and Sci- ences . . . HAYES, MARY ESTES, Tuscaloosa, Nursing, Pi Beta Phi, Alph Lambda Delta, Sigma Theta Tau, Bama Belle . . . HAYS, MARY MALLETTE, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Panhellenic Publicity Committee. SENIOR CLASS Page 473 SENIOR CLASS Row One: HERRING, JAMES LEAVEN, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HESS, CHARLES MORRELL, JR., Mobile, Engineering, Sigma Chi . . . HIGGINS, RONALD, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Men's Residence Hall Council, Philosophy Club, MENSA . . . HILDRETH, RODGER PAUL, Brundidge, Arts and Sciences, Theta Tau, Inter Fraternity Rep., Rho Alpha Tau, Pi Mu Epsilon . . . HILLARD, STELLA DONA, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Sr. Council, Triangle, 2nd V.P. Kappa Kappa Gamma, League of Women Voters . . . HINSON, BRENDA V., Florence, Home Economics, Agnes Ellen Harris . . . HINSON, HUGH, JR., Excel, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Marketing Club . . . HINTON, CAROL KING, Attalla, Education, SNEA, Agnes Harris Home Economics Club. Row Two: HITZMAN, MARCIA ANNE, Pensacola, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . HOBSON, THOMAS RAY, Arlington, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi, Air Force ROTC, WABP, Student Athletic Publicity Assistant . . . HODGES, JOHN EDWIN, JR., Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Kappa Psi, Air Force Officer Club, Arnold Air Society, A.S.I.D. S.A.M. Beta Theta Pi . . . HODNETTE, FRANK BROOKS, Pensacola, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . HOFFMAN, RODGER HODGE, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, SAM, Marketing Club . . . HOLLIDAY, JOSEPH ROBERT, Sulligent, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HOLMES, FRANK WAYNE, Troy, Engineering, IEEE . . . HOLSTON, MARY KATHA, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, Corolla, Spirit Usherette. Row Three: HOOD, ROBERT LEE, III, Anniston, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . HOPSON, BETSY JEAN, Lagrange, Georgia, Education, Pres. University Dance Club, Residence Hall-Vice Pres., SNEA, SWAN Club, Soph., Council . . . HORN, CAROL, Columbiana, Education, Phi Mu, Spirit, Y, Grimson Girl . . . HORN, WALTER JULIAN, Montgomery, Engineering, HOUCK, GENEVA O,BRIEN, Binningham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HOUTZ, SUSAN KAY, Slidell, Louisiana, Nursing, UANSA . . . HOW- ARD, CHARLES LEROY, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . HOWARD, LAURA JUNE, Jackson, Arts and Sciences- Alpha Gamma Delta. 2 Row Four: HOWARD, LILLY BELLE, Springfield, Pennsylvania, Arts and Sciences, Alpha XI Delta, Pres. of Panhellenic, Board of Pub- lications, Triangle, Outstanding Professor Committee, SGA Survey Research Institute, SNEA . . . HOWELL, BILLY EDWARD, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences . . . HOWELL, DOROTHY ANN, Eutaw, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta, Triangle . . . HOWELL, THOMAS CARRY, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . , . HUDSON, DANDRA DAWN, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . HUEY, BARRY EUGENE, Huey- town, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon, Rho Honorary RA-TU Dept. . . . HUEY, MARTHA JEAN, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu, Mortar Board, Senior Council, Phi Alpha Theta . . , HUFF MAN, REUEL LUTHER, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration. How Five: HUGHES, JOE DALTON, Cherokee, Arts and Sciences . . . HULGAN, WANDA JOAN, Crossville, Arts and Sciences, First Vice Pres. Wilson Hall, Wornen's Residence Hall Council, Pasteur Society . . . HURLIMAN, SHARON ANN, Birmingham, Education, Mu Phi Epsilon, Warden, By-laws Committee, Religious Chairman, Social Committee, Dormitory hall legislator . . . HURST, JOHN COLON, JR., Opp, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu, Pres. Interfraternity Council, Pres. Sigma Nu, Alpha Epsilon Delta, 1965-66 IFC Man of Year . . . HUTTO, MARY KATHERINE, Talladega, Arts and Sciences: Uni- versity Theater, Pasteur Society . . . HYCHE, CHARLES ROGER, Jasper, Commerce and Business Administration . . . INGALLS, CHARLES E., III, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences: Alpha Tau Omega . . . INNES, FREDERICK WIENDAHL, JR., Holt, Education. I Row One: IRWIN, SYLVIA ALINE, York, Home Economics, Delta Gamma . . . ISENBERY, JANICE, Birmingham, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . JACKSON, PEARL NORTON, Clio, Education, Delta Delta Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Beta Beta Beta, SNEA . . . JAMES, OTIS MAXWELL, Tibbie, Arts and Sciences, Special Events Director WABP News . . . JAMES, SARA NELL, Russeuville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, Mortar Board, Alpah Lambda Delta, AWS Board of Dir. Senior Representative of AWS, Pres. of Alpha Gamma Delta . . . JARRETT, PAMELA DAWN, Attalla, Edu- cation, Alpha Chi Omega, P.E. Majors Club, Alpha Chi Omega sweet- heart, Air Force ROTC Sponsor . . . JEFFERY, WANDA KAY, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, AWS Judiciary Council, Chi Delta Phi . . . JESTER, THOMAS WILSON, JR., Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences, Million Dollar Band, C-W. Row Two: JOHNSON, EMILY MARIE, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . JOHNSON, SANDRA SUE, Decatur, Arts and Sciences . . . JOHNSON, STROTHER GREGG, JR., Hybart, Engineering, Kappa Alpha, Scabbard and Blade, A.S.M.E .... JOHNSTON, CAR- OLYN CAIL, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . JONES, CALVIN BROCKMAN, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Sigma Pi, Marketing Club, Dean's List . . . JONES, ERIC, Haddonfield, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences . . . JONES, JAN, Mont- gomery, Education, Delta Delta Delta, Vice Pres., Recording Sec., Sigma Delta Pi, ROTC Sponsor, Alpha Lambda Delta, SNEA Publicity Committee of AWS, Spanish Club . . . JONES, JOHN, Birmingham, Engineering, AIAA. Row Three: JONES, LINDA CAROL, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . JORDAN, DONALD RAY, Ozark, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Kappa Sigma, Pres. of School of Commerce, Chairman Homecoming 1966, Bama Day Committee 1965-66, Officer in Kappa Sigma, Key Club 1965-66, Society for Advancement of Management . . . JORDAN, JUDY WILSON, Tuscaloosa, Education, Delta Zeta, Alpha Beta Alpha, Treasurer . . . JULIAN, KARYL ANN, Cookeville, Ten- nessee, Education . . . KELLEY, JAMES FREDRICK, JR., FRD One, Enterprise, Arts and Sciences, Pi Tau Chi, Pi Mu Epsilon, BSU Pres, Phi Eta Sigma . . . KELLEY, JANET MAUREEN, Blossburg, Education, Alpha Beta Alpha . . . KELLY, JOSEPH FRANCIS, At- talla, Arts and Sciences . . . KEMP, DONALD RAY, Huntsville, Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Mu Epsilon, Theta Tau, A.E. Ch E, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Engineers Executive Council. Row Four: KENNEDY, DOUGLAS FORD, II, Fairhope, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . KERR, PAUL DUDLEY, Reform, Education, Football team . . . KITCHEN, JULIE ANNE, Hummond, Indiana, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . KLYCE, ROBERT WILLIAM, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon, IFC Judiciary . . . KNIGHT, JOHNNY ELVIS, Jackson, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Geta Alpha, ACS Student Affiliate, AIESEC . . . KUPPERSMITH, LAURIE LYLE, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . KUSTER, JULIENNE, Nonnai, Illinois, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, Triangle, Spirit, Chi Delta Phi, Dappa Delta Epsilon, Phi Alpha Theta, Freshman Council, Junior Council, Senior Council, Pres. Delta Delta Delta . . . KYZER, RONALD D., Tuscaloosa, Engineering ASMe Di Tau Sigma. How Five: LABORDE, KENNETH ROWAN, Huntsville, Engineering, Theta Tau, Pi Mu Epsilon, ATAA . . . LADD, CLARA LEDER, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . LAGRONE, GLENDA JEAN, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha XI Delta . . . LAMAR, SALLY RAINER, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . LANCE, HERMAN WOOD- ROVV, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi, Marketing Club, Chairman Marketing Club Membership, Pres. V.P. Meth. College Group., Bus. Mgr. Alabama Union, International Committee . . . LAND, HESTER BURRELL, Geiger, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Tau Omega, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa . . . LANIER, JAMES GIBSON, JR., Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma, Inter Fraternity Council, Catillion Club . . . LARKINGS, DIANE, Decatur, Education, Freshman and Sophomore Council, Spirit, SRA. th", 1 I l i Row One: LATIMER, FRANCES ELIZABETH, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . LAVENDER, JOHN DAVIS, JR., Sumterville, Education . . . LAWRENCE, PHYLLIS JEAN, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . LEDBETTER, ANNE ROBERTS, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . LEDYORD, RICHARD H., Mobile, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta, Cheerleader, Festival of Arts Committee, Rho Alpha Tau, Elections Committee . . . LEE, ANN L., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta, Mortar Board, Pres., AWS lst V.P., Union Planning Comm., ACM, Pi Tau Chi, Pi Mu Epsilon, YWCA Y-P, Third Year Triangle, Comer Math Medal, Outstanding Freshman, AWS Sorority Rep. 1964 . . . LEE, TITUS ORIAL, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . LESTER, DRAY- TON H., Florence, Commerce and Business Administration, Scabbard and Blade, Marketing Club, Delta Sigma Pi. Row Two: LIEVANO, JOSE, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, International Students Association, AIIE . . . LINDSEY, ALMA FRANCES, Jachin, Education, BSU, SNEA . . . LINDSEY, MARGARET LOU, Tusca- loosa, Arts and Sciences, A 61 S Honors Program, BSU, Pi Mu Epsilon, ACM, International Students Association . . . LITTLE, CATHERINE JANE, Eufaula, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta, AWS Board of Directors, Freshman Rep. to AWS, SNEA, League of Women Voters . . . LIVERETT W. EDWIN, Decatur, Engineering, IEEE . . . LONG, JULIA MAE, Stewart, Education . . . LONG, SANDRA MONROE, Albertville, Arts and Sciences . . . LONG, SINA JOY, Birmingham, Home Economics. Row Three: LONG, WINSTON HUEY, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . LOTT, ROBERT PITCHFORD, Selma, Arts and Sciences . . . LOVEJOY, HOWARD ALF ORD, III, Birmingham, Engineering, Beta Theta Pi: IEEE, Recorder of Fraternity . . . LOVELESS, ANN BELL- SNYCLER, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Chi Delta Phi, Alpha Beta Alpha, Spirit Officer, AWS Committee, SNEA . . . LUFF, DAVID WAYNE, Shef- field, Engineering, Theta Tau, Tau Beta Pi, Theta Tau, Phi Eta Sigma, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Pi Mu Epsilon, Engineers Executive Council . . . LUMPKIN, NANCY MARGARET, Bessemer, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . MCARDLE, BOB, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta XI . . . MCBURNEY, JANE POWERS, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Pres. Press Club, Theta Sigma Phi, Journalism Honorary. Row Four: McCLINTOCK, LANA CAROL, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, Transfer from Brewan, Recreation Board, Brewan Players, Jr. Y.VV.C.A., Treas. Annual Staff, AWS Committee . . . MCCONACHY, CHESTER ALLEN, JR., Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Sigma Phi, Marketing Club, Society for the Advancement of Management . . . MCCONNELL, MARGARET ELIZABETH, Nigeria, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . MCCOOL, DIANE SPRINGER, Gordo, Education, Kappa Delta Pi . . . Mc- CORMICK, FRED M., III, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . MCCOY, RONALD CHESTER, Hueytown, Arts and Sciences . . . HUGHES, Carbin Hill, Education, Fellow- MCDONALD, WILLIAM ship of Christian Athletes, Basketball Manager . . . MCELUY, JAMES DOUGLAS, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Independent. Row Five: MCFARLANE, JAMES LaVERGNE, JR., Huntsville, Arts Bama Skydrivers . . . MCGRAW M. MIL- and Sciences, Former Sec. LAM, Birmingham, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi, Triangle, secretary, Senior Council, Agnes Ellen Harris . . . MCGUIRE, PATRICIA CLAY- TON, Birmingham, Education, Kappa Delta, Secretary of Kappa Delta, Spirit, Intramural Sports . . . MCINNIS, MARY BETH, Bir- mingham, Education, Alpha Delta Pi, SNEA, Alpha Delta Pi . . . MCKEMIE, ROBERT LULL, Birmingham, Engineering . . . Mc- KERALL, MERRY ELIZABETH, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu, Spirit, Y, Triangle Cthree yearsj . . . MCKINNEY, JOHN BOWL- ING, JR., Talladega, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . MCKINZEY, JANE CLAIRE, Northport, Arts and Sciences, Town Girls, Pi Sigma Alpha, Chi Delta Phi. Page 476 Row One: MCLANEY C. KNOX, III, Sprague, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . MCLELLAN, MALCOLM ROBERT, JR., Chat- tanooga, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Phi Omega, ARM, ROTC Cadet Officers Club, Men's Residence Hall Staff, SAM, ASTD . . . MCNEIL, MILDRED CHARLYN, Mobile, Education: Kappa Kappa Gamma, League of Women Voters, Spirit . . . MCRIGHT, MARILYN X., Cordona, Education, National College As- sociation for Secretaries . . . MCWHIRTER, SANDRA KAY, Pasca- goula, Mississippi, Education . . . MACRORY, DAVID BLAIR, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences, Choral Union, Phi Beta Kappa Candidate, American Studies . . . MADDOX, ETMA ELAINE, Vernon, Educa- tion, Alpha Beta Alpha, NEA, Secretary of Stratford House . . . MADDOX, EVERETTE HAWTHORNE, JR., Prattville, Arts and Sciences, Comment. Row Two: MAHAN, EVELYN JEAN, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Pasteur Society . . . MAHAN, KENNETH EUGENE, Mobile, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi, Alpha Phi Omega, American Statistical Association . . . MAKIMA, MARY IRENE, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . MAKOWSKI, BEVERLY ANN, Montgomery, Education . . . MALATINO, ANTHONY MICHAEL, Oxford, Arts and Sci-ences, Phi Kappa Psi, Pres., Student Affiliate of the American Chemical Society, Mewman Club 65-67 . . . MANCUSO, ALFRED MICHAEL, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . MANGRUM, KATHRYN ANN, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Kappa Delta . . . MANNING, BEBE JANE, Hunts- ville, Education. Row Three: MAPLES, CATHERINE C., Fairfield, Education, Kappa Delta Pi . . . MARKELES, ALAN RICHARD, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MARLAR, WILLIAM L., Sheffield, Engineering: Theta Tau . . . MARTIN, TERRY SUE, Camden, Nursing, UANSA . . . MASON, ANN, Thomaston, Home Economics, Kappa Alpha Theta, Phi Upsilon Omigeon, Senior Council, Pres Pledge Class . . . MASON, KATHY, Tampa, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu, SGA House of Representatives, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Alpha Kappa Delta, Beta Beta Beta . . . MASSEY, BENNETT HOWARD, JR., Alexander City, Education, Delta Tau Delta . . . MATHER, ALEXANDER Mc- NAIR, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon. Row Four: MATHISON, MARILYN, Abbeville, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu, Pres. AWS, Board of Publications, Student Life Committee, AUS Board of Directors, AWS House of Rep., Triangle, Sec., Panhel- lenic, Treas., Fresh. and Soph. Council . . . MATHISON, WILLIAM CHRIS, Abbeville, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma, Theta Tau . . . MATTHEWS, HELEN I-IARRIETTE, Camden, Nursing, Zeta Tau Alpha, Swan Club . . . MAYO, RICHARD WALD- EN, JR., Boca Raton, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . MAZOR, LOIS LYNN, Birmingham, Education, Spirit, National Col- legiate Association for Secretaries . . . MEAGHER, CAROLYN LOR- RAINE, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta, University Sym- phony Orchestra . . . MEAGHER, FRANCES VICTORIA, Binning- ham, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Pres., Agnes Ellen Harris . . . MELLOWN, RICHARD HENERY, Livingston, Arts and Sciences. Row Five: MENKE, KATHRYN LEIGH, Coral Gables, Florida, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . MEYER, NANCY JOAN, Decatur, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi, Soph. Jr. Sr. Councils, AWS Publicity Com- mittee, AWS Activities Comm .... MICHAELSON, JEFF RY, Foley, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . MILEX, DOREEN ALICE, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta, Pres., 1966-67, Mortar Board 1966-67, Tri Delta Scholarship 1965-67, Vice Pres. MPE 64-65, Triangle 65-67, Swan, AWS House of Rep. 1964-67, French Club 66, Episcopal Church Choir . . . MILLER, BETH IRWIN, Bessemer, Education, Chi Omega, Chi Delta Phi, Sec. of MBW CSummer Schooll . . . MILLER, DAVID MICHAEL, Northport, Engineering, Sigma Nu, Theta Tau, Pi Mu Epsilon, Alpha Pi Mu, AIIE . . . MILLER, JOHN WILLIAM, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MILLER, NANCY LATHRAM, Brewton, Education Kappa Kappa Gamma, Activities chairman of Kappa Kappa Gamma, League of Women Voters. SENIOR CLASS Page 477 SENIOR CLASS Row One: MILLER, SAMUEL JONES, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi, American Chemical Society, Pi Mu Epsilon, Chair- man of Province VI, Executive Council of Alpha Sigma Phi, Vice Pres. Alpha Sigma Phi . . . MILLER, SUE KEITH, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Home Economics, Alpha XI Delta . . . MILNER, ELIZABETH HUNTER, Wetumpka, Education, Million Dollar Band, Dormitory Council, House Judiciary . . . MILSTEAD, DONNA LYNNE, Bir- mingham, Education, Delta Zeta, Alpha Beta Alpha, SNEA, Marketing, Spirit, Ushers, House Judiciary Council . . . MITCHELL, MAURICE CLINTON, JR., Tuscaloosa, Education, Intramural Sports . . . MIXON, HENRY P., JR., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Alpha Psi CVice Pres.J Scabbard fir Blade CPres.J, Alpha Phi Omega, Beta Garn.ma Sigma, Paul G. Accounting Award, Rho Alpha Tau, Phi Eta Sigma . . . MIZELLE, JOHN TERRY, Montgomery, Engineering, IEEE, Arnold Air Society, Alabama Cavaliers . . . MOATTS, COLYN CLAY, Clanton, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: MOEBES, WILLIAM RICHARD, JR., Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi, Marketing . . . MOEHRING, SHURLA ANN, Cullman, Arts and Sciences, Med. Tech., Pasteur Society . . . MOHLERE, MICHAEL H., Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . MONETTE, WILLIAM LEE, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MOODY, EARLE FARLEY, Dothan, Com- merce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . MOON, GEORGE BENJAMIN, Montgomery, Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, ASCE, Arnold Air Society, Comptroller AF ROTC Officers Club, Sergeant at Arms, Delta Tau Delta, Treas .... MOORE, LAURANA JONES, Camden, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . MORGAN, HAYNES STOKLEY, Piedmont, Engineering. Row Three: MORGAN, PATRICIA DALE, Birmingham, Education, Phi Mu, Spirit Y, Senior Council, V.P. Phi Mu, SNEA . . . MORRELL, ROBERT ENGLISH, III, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi, Bama Day Committee . . . MORRIS, JODIE JEAN, Mobile, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MUELLER, TED H., Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi, Sports Chairman, Market- ing . . . MULLER, CRISTINA WELLES, Memphis, Tennessee, Education, Chi Omega, Cotillion . . . MULLIS, DIANE K., Hunts- ville, Arts and Sciences . . . MURPHY, MARILYN DENA, Northport, Education, Alpha XI Delta, SNEA . . . MYERS, GLENDA GAIL, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Mu Phi Epsilon, University Christian Student Center. Row Four: NEAS, CATHERINE M., Birmingham, Education, Alpha XI Delta . . . NEERGAARD, JOHN RUNYAN, Knoxville, Tennessee, Engineering, Theta Tau . . . NELSON, LINDA LEE, Tuscaloosa, Education, Delta Gamma . . . NICHOLS, SARAH ELLEN, Birming- ham, Education, Councilor Mary Burke West , . . NISBET, JEAN ELIZABETH, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta, Cheer- leader, Army ROTC Sponsor . . . NISBET, JUDITH ANN, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta, Town Girls, Spirit, Y, Bama Belle . . . NIX, EUPLE LEE, Carbon Hill, Education . . . NOEGEL, LARRY SCI-IAFER, Starke, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta. Row Five: NORMAN, RAYFORD MITCHELL, JR., Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . NORTHCUTT, ELLEN PEARSON, Hu-eytown, Education . . . OLDACRE, JOSEPH LOWELL, Somerville, Engineer- ing, ASME . . . OSBORN, BYRON EDWARD, Collinsville, Educa- tion, Advance Military, Physical Ed. Majors Club . . . OSBORN, JOHN ALBERT, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Pi Sigma . . . OSBORN, KENNETH MICHAEL, Birmingham, Commerce and Bus- iness Administration, Delta Chi . . . OSBORNE, MARY LOUISE, Jasper, Arts and Sciences . . . OSBOURN, JERRY WAYNE, Sylacauga, Arts and Sciences. 1--K Cv Qu Row One: OSWALT, LETHA ANITA, Winfield, Education, Pres. Byrd Hall, Snea . . . OSWALT, SUSAN, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . OWEN, RONALD S., Greenville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega, IFC . . . PACEY, SUSAN B., Point Clear, Home Economics, Agnes Ellen Harris, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Pi Tau Chi, Gamma Delta, Borden Award . . . PADDOCK, JACQUE- LYNNE W., Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Town Girls, AWS Committee, Agnes Ellen Harris 65-66 Publicity Chairman, 66-67 Pres., Home Economics State Officer . . . PAINTER, DENNIS EARL, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . PALMER, JOHN DAVID, Bridgeport, Engineering, Ameri- can Institute of Astronautics 8: Aironautics . . . PALMER, JOSEPH S., JR., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Track Team, Howard College, Intermural Sports, V.P. French club, Delta Sigma Phi, pledge class pres., Human Rights Forum, Steering committee, Young Religious Liberal, Young Republicans, U.S. Army. Row Two: PALMER, MARILYN FRANCES, Tuscaloosa, Education, Pi Tau Chi, SRA, ISA, Town Girls . . . PARKER, ALEXANDRA HUDSON, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences . . . PARKER, DOROTHY ROSE, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu, Triangle I, II, Chi Delta Phi, Secretary Spirit, Spirit Governing Board . . . PARKHURST, BRENDA GAYLE, Florence, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . PARKS, DONALD RAYMOND, Decatur, Home Economics, Phi Kappi Psi . . . PARR, CLARENCE RICHARD, JR., Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . PARRISH, DOROTHY DEAN, Blountsville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Lambda Delta, Spanish, SNEA . . . PARSONS, ANN MARIE, Tuscaloosa, Education, Pi Mu Epsilon. Row Three: PATTERSON, CHARLES LEE, JR., Clanton, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa, University Band 1963-66 . . . PEARCE, JOAN ANN, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . PEARCE, MICHAEL LAMAR, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . PEARCE, VON- CILE, Jasper, Arts and Sciences . . . PEARSON, MARION WILLIAM, JR., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa, IFC, Scabbard and Blade, Army Cadet Officers Club . . . PENNEY, ADELE VIR- GINIA, Park Forest, Illinois, Arts and Sciences . . . PENNINGTON, CAROL ANN, Education, Phi Mu, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Chi Delta Pi, Physical Ed. Majors Club . . . PERRY, CAROL CMOSSJ, Winfield, Education, Alpha Beta Alpha, Kappa Delta Pi. Row Four: PERRY, SHERRY WENDY, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . PESNELL, HARVEY GARY, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi, Pi Kappa Phi Social Chairman, Market- ing, Crimson Girl Committee, Inter Fraternity Council, Spirit' Committee, Cadet Officers Club . . . PETRY, FORREST HART, Eufaula, Arlts and Sciences . . . PETTY, ARLEN DWIGHT, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi, Beta Alpha Psi . . . PICKETT, EDWARD POOLE, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Pi, Marketing Club, Freshman Orien- tation Council, Publicity Chairman, Comment, Advertising, Circle K . . . PICKETT, PEGGI, Montgomery, Education, Delta Gamma, Pres., 3rd year Triangle, Senior Council IAWS Committee, SGA Sen- ate, Sec. Treas. AWS Summer school, Pres. Panhellenic in Summer school . . . PILLINO, JODY LYNN, Huntsville, Education, SNEA . . . PINION, DORIS FAYE, Northport, Education, Town Girls, Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA. Row Five: PINION, MARY ELLEN, Berry, Education, National Col- legiate Association Secretary . . . PIPES, JOANNE PRUTHER, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . POOLE, KATHERINE LEE, Hueytown, Education, Triangle, SNEA, SACUS, AACUS . . . POTTS, JOHN MURRAY, JR., Florence, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Tennis Team, Baptist Student Center . . . POWELL, GENIE CAROL, Hunts- ville, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Delta Pi, Beta Alpha Psi, Phi Chi Theta, Spirit, Freshman Y . . . POWELL, JAMES ORIEN, Fyffe, Commerce and Business Administration, Corres., Sec., IFC Rep., Marketing Club . . . POWELL, JUDITH G., Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . POWERS, ANN BORDEN CSCOUTJ, Beau- mont, Texas, Education, Chi Omega, Chi Omega, Social chairman, editor and business manager of MAHOUT, Phi Kappa Sigma cinderella girl. 1 'L-l 'T' S ,MHZ Q f I w, X Row One: PRICE, JEAN ANNE, Montgomery, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Kappa Delta Epsilon . . . PRICE, PATRICIA JEAN, Gorgas, Education . . . PRICE, PAULA ANN, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Chi Omega, Secretary, Pi Mu Elsilon, Chi Delta Phi, Senior Council, Alpha Lambda Delta . , . PRICE, SUSAN ELIZABETH, Huntsville, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi, SGA Senate -2 yrs,, Triangle-8 yrs., Triangle Executive Board, Triangle Public Relations Chainnan, AWS House of Rep., AWS Senior Council, AWS Soph. Council, SGA Finance Comm., SGA Student Activities Comm., Student chapter of AID, Agnes Ellen Harris, AWS Public Relations Comm .... PROPST, JAMES EDWARD, Clanton, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta, Marketing, Scabbard 6: Blade . . . PUCKETT, WILLIAM DANIEL, Hartselle, Arts and Sci- ences . . . PUGA, JAMES LAWRENCE, JR., Birmingham, Corn- merce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . PUTMAN, BARBARA GAIL, Cullman, Education. Row Two: PUTNAM, ROSS EXIC, Eldorado, Illinois, Arts and Sci- ences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . PYK, JANICE SPANN, Greenville, Nursing . . . QUIRCE, JOSE MANUEL, San Jose, Costa Rica, En- gineering, Mathematics honorary, Industrial Engineering honorary . . . RADCLIFF, JAMES STINSON, Andalusia, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . RAINER, CLAIRE MARBURY, Union Springs, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . RAINEY, KENNETH, JR., Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . RAMADAN, HASSAN, KAIHAN, Dade City, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Sigma Pi, Society for the Advancement of Management, Market- ing Club . . . RANDALL, HENRY PETTUS, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci-ences, Delta Kappa Epsilon. Row Three: RANDALL, JOY ANN, Education, Kappa Delta, Swan Club . . . RAWLS, FRANK DONALD, Havelock, North Carolina, Engineering, IEEE, ETA Kappa Nu . . . RAY, GUY WALTER, Prattville, Maine, Education, Sigma Phi Spsilon . . . REDDING, K' EVELYN A., Dadeville, Nursing, Sec. Treas., School of Nursing, Ist Vice Pres. UANSA, Pres. Sr. Class, School of Nursing, Activities Com- mittee AXVS . . . REDUS, ROBERT CLARKE, III, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha, Marketing . . . REES, JOHN DANIEL, Riverton, New Jersey, Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi . . . REEVES, MARY SANDRA, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta, Mortar Board, Pres. Delta Zeta, AWS Board of directors, Triangle Board, Triangle 3 yrs., Editor of Mortar Board . . . REILLY, PATRICK MICHAEL, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: REISER: LINDA JOY, Tuscaloosa, Education, Delta Delta Delta, Delta Nu Chap., SNEA, Alpha Beta Alpha . . . REYNOLDS, HAROLD MARK, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . RHODES, PEGGY JOYCE, Enterprise, Nursing, Delta Zeta, U.A. Student Nursing Assoc .... RICHERSON, CARLIE, Decatur, Nursing, Delta Zeta, UASNA . . . RIDDLE, JAMES EARL, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . RILEY, AUBREY VER- NON, Alexander City, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi, Treas. 1963-65-66, Delta Sigma Pi, Rush Chairman 1965, V.P., Marketing Club . . . RILEY, BARBARA ANN, Montgomery, Education, SNEA . . . RINKS, DAN BARKER, Pensacola, Florida, Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, Pres., AIAA. Row Fioe: RIVES, JAMES V., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha, Society for Advancement of Man- agement President . . . ROBERTS, BILLY WAYNE, Arts and Sciences . . . ROBERTSON, PAUL JENE, JR., Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . , . ROBINSON, JANE M., Tuscaloosa, Education, Kappa Delta Epsilon . . . ROBINSON, NANCY GORDON, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . ROBINSON, JOHN ARTHUR, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity . . . ROLLING, VENCENT LEE, Northport, Home Economics, Phi Kappa Psi, Chapter Correspondent . . . ROOT, ELEANOR FRANCINE, Tuscaloosa, Education. Page 480 Row One: ROWELL, SUSAN C., Birmingham, Education, Delta Delta Delta, SNEA . . . ROWLAND, BARRY JAMES, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . RUSSELL, LOUIS GEORGE, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta, Sec .... RUST, WILLIAM WALTER, III, Arlington, Virginia, Engi- neering, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . RUTLEDGE, EDWARD PAUL, Bir- mingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . RYAN, SAM- MIE JEAN, Tuscaloosa, Education, Town Girls, NCAS . . . RYAN, WOODROW WILSON, JR., Hartselle, Engineering . . . SALIBA, MICHAEL THOMAS, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Rho. Row Two: SALTER, LESTER WAYNE, Brewton, Engineering, AIAA . . . SAMPLE, CAROLYN P., Tuscaloosa, Education . . . SANDERS, LYNDA KAY, Meridian, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences . . . SANDERS, ROBERT LESTER, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Pres. Local 435 American Federation of Musicians AFL-CIO . . . SANSING, SUZANNE MARIE, Woodstock, Education, Major's Club . . . SARGENT, SUE MARIE, Mobile, Education, Pi Beta Phi, Cinema Society, SNEA . . . SAWYER, SUSAN WHITE, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi, Senior Council, Pasteur Society Officer, Alpha Delta Pi Officer . . . ISQXON, ROBERT BENJAMIN, JR., Bessemer, Education, Pi Kappa 1. Row Three: SCHERF, JOHN GEORGE, III, Andalusia, Education, Pi Kappa Phi . . . SCHORN, MARY VICTORIA, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Chi Delta Phi, SNEA, NCTM, Newman Club . . . SCHWARTZ, ELAINE BARBARA, Charleston, South Carolina, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon, Swan Club, Pi Mu Epsilon, ACM . . . SCOTT, JAMES BRADLEY, Jasper, Engineering, IEEE . . . SCOTT, MARY ANN COLE, Jasper, Home Economics, Agnes Ellen Harris Club, Engineers, Wives Club . . . SEALE, DIANNE, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta . . . SEALY, HASSIE L., Montgomery, Arts and Sci- ences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . SEBRING, NORA LEE, Scottsboro, Home Economics, BSU, Agnes Ellen Harris. Row Four: SEIFERT, BEVERLY GAIL, Mobile, Education, Chi Omega, Spirit . . . SELF, CAROL ANN, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Cheerleader 65-67, Miss Ala. Band Sponsor 64, Jr. Council, Triangle, Pi Tau Chi, Kappa Delta Pi, ROTC Sponsor, Agnes Ellen Harris, Spirit, Christian Sorority Fellowship . . . SELF, DENNIS RICHARD, Daytona Beach, Florida, Commerce and Bus- iness Administration, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Eta Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi . . . SERNA-SILVA, JAIRO, Cali, Colombia, Arts and Sciences, AI Ch E, AIESEC. OSA . . . SHAFFER, JUDITH ELIZABETH, Mobile, Education, Delta Zeta, SNEA, Rush Evaluation Committee, Rush, Advisor . . . SHERER, WINGARD CLYDE, Prattville, Arts and Sciences, ACACIA . . . SHIREY, BILL A., Hayti, Missouri, Engi- neering, ASME . . . SHOEMAKER, JOHN FRANKLIN, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Five: SHOOK, SARA RUTH, Sheffield, Education, SNEA. Dormi- tory Legislator . . . SHUFF, RONALD LAMAR, Hueytown, Education, Treas. Army Cadet Officers Club, Scabbard Sz Blade . . . SILVA, ROBERTO, Colombia, South America, Engineering, ISA, AICHE . . . SIMPSON, CATHERINE CECILIA, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Delta Pi, Jefferson County Maid of Cotton-Top 10 and Miss Con- geniality in State Maid of Cotton Contest, Corolla Beauty 1965, 1964, Phi Sigma Kappa Moonlight girl, Ist Alternate Miss Bama Day 1965, Senior Council, University Scholarships . . . SIVERT, JOAN MARIE, Birmingham, Nursing, Alpha Omicron Pi, UASNA . . . SKEES, PA- TRICIA ANN, Belvidere, Tennessee, Education, Chi Delta Phi . . . SKINNER, REBECCA, Union, Mississippi, Nursing, BSU, State BSU Mission Committee, Student Summer Missionary to Ghana, Phi Tau Chi . . . SLATE, JAMES HAROLD, Sipsey, Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE. SENIOR CLASS Page 481 SENIOR CLASS Row One: SLOAN, ROBERT AVERY, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . SMITH, BARBARA KUMMEL, Letohatchie, Chemistry , . . SMITH, GARY F., Clanton, Engineering, IEEE . . . SMITH, JAMES DONALD, JR., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . SMITH, JAMES ROB- ERT, Engineering, AIAA . . . SMITH, MIMI KAREN, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pres. Chi Delta Phi., Justice of Student Court . . . SMITH, RICHARD FELIX, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Dean's List . . . SMITH, STEPHEN HOWARD, JR., Bessemer, Commerce and Bus- iness Administration, Pi Kappa Phi, Alpha Pi Omega. Row Two: SNEAD, DAVID H., Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Beta Kappa, Band, Rho Alpha Tau, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Sig- ma Pi Sigma, House of Rep. S.G.A,, Phi Beta Kappa . . . SNEED, ARN- OLD RANKIN, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi, Glee Club, Crimson Girls' Committee, Visiting Professor Committee, Past Sect. 8: Vice Pres. Sigma Chi . . . SNIDER, MARTHA EDWARD, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Arts and Sciences Honors Program . . . SOLOMON, MICHAEL WILLIAM, Far Rockaway, New York, Education . . . SOLOMON, SUZANNE BARNET, Dothan, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta, SNEA . . . SORRELL, GEORGE WESLEY, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SPAIN, MARQUITA NELL, Birmingham, Education, Delta Zeta, Social Chairman, Jr. Panhellenic, Social Chair- man, Moonlight Girl Phi Sigma Kappa, Bama Belle, Spirit . . . SPEAKE, JAMES FENNELL, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta. Row Three: SPEAKER, EDVVARD BATES, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . SPEER, CAROLYN JOAN, St. James, New York, Home Economics, Newman Club . . . SPENCER, L13 UANSA Chaplain, Secretary Sr. Class School 0 LILLIAN ELIZABETH, Demopolis, Commerc istration, Kappa Delta, Marketing Club . . MURPHY, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and 1 SUSAN, Atmore, Education . . . STAHL, WILl and Sciences . . . STALCUP, HELEN GRA' Pres. Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Treas. American Vice Pres. dormitory, Alpha Lambda Delta, Pi Row Four: STANFIELD, FRANK OCLIE, H' cation, Track, "A" Club . . . STANFORD, I Chemistry . . . STEELE, NANCY P., Athens, Mu . . . STEINWINDER, ANNE, York, Ar Chi Omega, Jr. Council Treasurer, AWS Coec visor, Vice Pres. of sorority . . . STEPHENSO Binningham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi l Sigma Alpha, AWS Senior Council, Chi Omega committee . . . STEVENS, DOUGLAS P., Bi Pi Kappa Alpha . . . STEVENS, SHARON Nursing, UANSA, NSNA . . . STITH, RICKE cation. How Five: STITH, STEPHEN THOMAS, Bill' ences, Delta Tau Delta, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Delta Tau Delta, SGA . . . STONE, MARY Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . STORQ Northport, Education, Town Girls, Chi Delta Education Association . . . STRAWBRIDGE, and Sciences . . . STRICKLAND, IRVIN RC and Business Administration . . . STRICKLEN NEY, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Beta Alpha, JOI-IN BRYANT, Selma, Commerce and Bust Delta Theta, Marketing Club . . . STUART, l gomery, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta, Fre 7- Row One: STUART, MARTHA ANN, Bay Minette, Education, Alpha Delta Pi, SNEA . . . SULLIVAN, JOHN DOMINIQUE, II, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . SULLIVAN, JON REY, Decatur, Engineering, Theta Tau, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Gamma Tau, Pi Tau Chi, International Student Association, Studemjeligious Association, Ameri- can Institute of Aeronautics 8: Astronautics, Pres. Vice Pres., College of Engineering, State Pres., Baptist Student Union 1965-66, Who's Who in American Colleges 8: Universities 1966-67, Circle K, Chair- man Engineeris Day 1966 . . . SULLIVAN, JOSEPH C., Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . SURACI, JUDY, Mobile, Education, Phi Mu . . . SWEARINGEN, YANCEY GORDON, Shorter, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . TALIAFERRO, JOHN PENTON, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Scabbard Sz Blade, Rho Alpha Tau, Varsity Swimming Team . . . TALLEY, ROBERT L., Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Institute of Electrical liz Electronics Engineers, Treasurer 1966-67 IEEE Student branch. Row Two: TARICA, JOE I, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Kappa Psi, Hillel, SRA . . . TAYLOR, GAYLE TERESA, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Beta Alpha, Reporter, Town Girls, Spirit, Kappa Delta Pi, YWCA, Alpha Delta Pi, V. Pres., Parliarnentarian . . . TAYLOR, RUBYE FAY, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Town Girls, Spanish Club, Secretary, Treas., Grench Club BSU . . . TERRELL, CHARLES ROSS, JR., Graysville, Arts and Sciences . . . TERRIER, CHARLES PHILIP, Chickasaw, Engi- neering, Theta Tau, Pi Tau Sigma, American Society of Mechanical Engineers . . . TERRY, CHARLES JACKSON, Union Town, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . THATCHER, LEWIS E., Pensacola, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon- . . . THOMAS, JANICE ANN, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi. Row Three: THOMAS, JILL, Thomasville, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . THOMLEY, JERRY DAVID, Newton, Arts and Sciences . . . THOMPSON, BILL, Gadsden, Comm-erce and Business Ad- ministration . . . THOMPSON, DAVID L., Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . THOMPSON, MARIAN PHYLLIS, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . THOMPSON, RICHARD ALLAN, Tusca- loosa, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . , THORNTON, GWEN- DOLYN ANN, Uriah, Education . , . THORNTON, JERRIE DALE, Alexander City, Education. Row Four: RHORNTON, ROBERT E., Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Acacia . , . TIPPIN, SYLVIA ANN, Fairbury, Nebraska, Arts and Sciences, Dean's List, Pi Mu Epsilon . . . TODD, BETSY, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Honors Program, Pres. Osband, AWS House of R-ep., Womenis Res. Hall Council QV. Pres.J Chi Delta Phi, Senior Council, Sophomore Council . . . TRAILL, JACK DEAN, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, IEEE . . . TREADWELL, BENJAMIN BEERS, Chevy Chase, Maryland, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Sigma Kappa, Pres., V.P., Treas., Rho Alpha Tau, Delta Sigma Pi . . . TRICE, GLORIA JEAN, Decatur, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha, 2nd V. Pres. Zeta Tau Alpha, Alpha Beta Alpha V. Pres., French Club, V. Pres., Chi Delta Phi, AWS Public Relations, Jr. Council . . . TRIMBLE, JOHN FRANKLIN, Engineering, AIIE . . . TUBBS, DAVID ALLEN, Moundville, Engineering, IEEE. Row Fioe: TURNER, MARY ANN, Elba, Arts and Sciences, Mortar Board, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delta, V. Pres. Alpha Epsilon Delta, AWS House of Rep., WRHC, Pres. of Res. Hall, Arts and Sciences Honors Prog .... TYER, SANDRA LYNNE, Prattville, Edu- cation . . . TYLER, JOYCE ANN, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Mortar Board, YWCA, Justice on Traffic Court, SGA House of Rep. 1965-66 . . . UNDERWOOD, JUDITH A,, Summerdale, Education, Delta Zeta, Spanish Club, Spirit . . . VOUGHT, FREDERIC BROOK, Winter Park, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha Order . . . VENABLE, JOSEPH PETER, III, Tampa, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . VICK, JAMES LAWRENCE, JR., Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . VINES, JUDSON BASIL, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration. i Row One: VIVERETTE, SANDRA NELL, Birmingham, Education . . . WAITES, LINDA DIANNE, Montgomery, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . WAITES, RICHARD LOUIS, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . WALD- ROP, JAMES HARRY, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, SAM, Delta Sigma Pi . . . WALDROP, ROBERT CHARLES, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsi- lon . . . WALL, SCOT ALLEN, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . WALLACE, CHERYL ILENE, West Jefferson, Education, Corolla Office Manager . . . WALLACE, PATRICIA ANN, Roanoke, Educa- tion, Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Beta Alpha. Row Two: WALTON, HAROLD DEAN, Oakman, Education, Kappa Delta Phi . . . WALTON, NORMAN JAMES, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . WATSON, JERRY CARROLL, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi- Circle K, Crimson Guard, Marketing Club AIESEC . . . WATTS, RONALD D., Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi, Pres., Intramural All- Stars Basketball, V-Pres. Freshman Class at Huntingdon College, Mont- gomery . . . WEATHERS, ALICE CAROLYN, Dothan, Education, BSU, Transfer Student from Judson College . . .WEEHSLER, ROBERT MICHAEL, Miami Beach, Florida, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Pres. Sept. 66, Dean's List May 66 . . . WEED, BARBARA RUTH, Armiston, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . YEVEILAIIEID, PETER MASON, Miami Beach, Florida, Education, Alpha psi on 1. a Row Three: WEINSTEIN, E. LYNN, Birmingham, Education, Sigma Delta Tau, Pres., V. Pres., AWS Coed Committee, AWS Scholarship Corrunittee, AWVS House of Representatives, SGA Spirit Gov. Board, Ala. Panhellenic, Jr. Panhellenic, Sr., Jr., Soph. Council, AWS Women in Government Committee, Dorm. Legislator, Judiciary . . . WEISS, JAMES THOMAS, JR., Ragland, Engineering, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, two semesters Junior Rep. to Engineer- ing Executive Council . . . WEISMANN, JOHN BRUCE, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club, Alpha Kappa Psi . . . WELFORD, ALVIN RICHARD, Grand Bay, Arts and Sciences, AFROTC Cadet Officers Club, Cotillion Club . . . WEST- FAUL, DARRELL OLIVER, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . WHAT- LEY, VICKI LYNN, Binningham, Arts and Sciences . . , WHET- STONE, LOUIS CLYDE, Pensacola, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu, Dean,s List . . . WHITE, SHELBY ED- WARDS, Lookout Mt., Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta. Row Four: VVHITMAN, MARY SAVANN, Decatur, Education . . . WHITT, LINDA ALICE, Terrell, Texas, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . WIENER, LEE RUSSEL, Memphis, Tennessee, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . WIESMAN, URSULA MONICA, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . WIGGINS, JUNE ELAINE, Birmingham, Education . . . WVILBANKS, BARBARA, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences: Kappa Kappa Gamma, Panhellenic, AWS House of Rep., AWS Jr., Sr. Councils, Pres. Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . WILEY, JULIA ELLEN, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . WILKERSON, GERALD VVILLIAM, Anniston, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Delta Sigma Pi, Advanced Air Force ROTC. Page 484 Row One: WILKES, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, Jack, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, University of Ala. Counterguerrilla Command, Army ROTC Advanced, Army ROTC Two Yr. Scholarship . . . WILLINSON, JAMES BASCOM, Vicksburg, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences . . . WILLCUTT, LINDA ANN, Berry, Education, Student National Education Association, National Collegiate Association for Secretaries, Marketing Club . . . WILLIAMS, JOHN WESLEY, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, A6zS Honors Program, Vice Pres. Student Affiliates of American Chemical Society, Young Republicans, Alpha Phi Omega . . . WILLOUGHBY, DONALD NELSON, Bremen, Commerce and Business Administration, Marketing Club . . . WILLS, JERRY ED- WARD, Fort Payne, Engineering, Theta Tau . . . WILSON, DIANNE, Fackler, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha, Zeta Tau Alpha Corresponding Secretary . . . WILSON, EARL CALHOUN, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Dean's List. Row Two: WILSON, MARYDEL LEE, Birmingham, Education, Kappa MICHAEL STUART, Hunts- Kappa Gamma, Spirit . . . WILSON, ville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Order, Treasurer Kappa Alpha . . . WILSON, PATRICIA WITHERS, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, Triangle, Spirit, Soph. Council, Jr. Panhellenic . . . WILSON, SAMUEL EHNRY, JR,, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, AIIE . . . WINGARD, CHARLES SHELL, Greenville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu, Alpha Epsilon Delta . . . WINGO, WILLIAM L., Robertsdale, Arts and Sciences . . . WINSLOW, STANLEY BLAKELEY, Cullom- burg, Arts and Sciences, Phi Eta Sigma . . . WINSTEAD, FREDRIKA JONES, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Row Three: WISE, JERRY HINTON, Clanton, Arts and Sciences . . . WOODARD, WILLIAM R., JR., Northport, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WOODRUFF, LAURIE HILBUN, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, lst yr. Triangle, Mu Phi Epsilon . . . WOODS, BETTY CAROLYN, Oakman, Education . . . WOODS, DOUGLAS JACOB, Decatur, Arts and Sci- ences, Newman Club, Young Democrats . . . WOODS, ELIZABETH FREEMAN, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . WOODS, JOHN LOUIS, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, American Foundrymen's Society, ASME . . . WOOTEN, JAYNE RHAE, Cullman, Education, Dormitory Officer, SNEA. Row Four: WRIGHT, DIANE LEWIS, Grady, Education . . . WRIGHT, MARY CHARLES, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Town Girls, Agnes Ellen Harris Club . . . WRIGHT, WILLIAM ROSCOE, JR., Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . YEATES, JESSE FRANCE, III, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Scabbard and Blade CROTCJ . . . YONKER, KAREN ANN, Mobile, Education, Chi Omega. SENIOR CLASS Page 485 UNDERGRADUATES Row One: ABBOTT, BULAH ELAINE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . ABBOTT, MICHAEL STEPHEN, fFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . ABBOTT, WILLIAM RICH- ARD, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . ABELE, JOHN FLETCHER, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . ABELE, MARYLEE, CSoph.J, Binningham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . ABERCROMBIE, THEODORE JARRETT, CSoph.J, Wilmette, Illinois, Engineering, Chi Phi . . . ABERT, GEORGE C., CJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . ACTON, WILLIAM ALLEN, JR., CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . ACUFF, FRED M., JR., CJr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . ADAIR, CHARLES EDWARD, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha. Row Two: ADAMS, C. RICHARD, CSoph.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ADAMS, CYNTHIA LOUISE, fSoph.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . ADAMS, DALE ROGER, CFr.J, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Acacia . . . ADAMS, FRANCES LOUISE, CFr.D, Bogalusa, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . ADAMS, HARRY ALBERT, CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . ADAMS, JOHNNY WAYNE, CFr.J, Scottsboro, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ADAMS, JOY DELL, CJr.J, Maplesville, Education . . . ADAMS, LUCIA REED, CJr.J, Orlando, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . ADAMS, MARGARET DEAN, fFr.l, Alexander City, Education, Kappa Delta . . . ADAMS, MARY COOPER, CSoph.J, Troy, Educa- tion, Phi Mu. Row Three: ADAMS, PAMELA ANN, CSoph.J, Willingboro, New Jersey, Home Economics, Delta Zeta . . . ADAMS, ROSEMARY, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . ADAMS, SAM- UEL LAMAR, fSoph.J, Abbeville, Commerce and Business Admin- Page 486 Row One: ALLBROOK, GARY EDWARD, QFr.D, Selma, Education . . . ALLEN, CARLOS RAE, JR., CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . ALLEN, ED- WARD RANDALL, CSoph.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . ALLEN, ERNEST PAUL, CFLD, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Theta Chi . . . ALLEN, ENOCH CHRIS, III, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . ALLEN, GILBERT MARTIN, fSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . ALLEN, PATSY ANN, CSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . ALLEN, ROBERT STEVE, CSoph.D, Jackson, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . ALLEN, ROSLYN JOYCE, CSoph.D, Dothan, Nursing . . . ALLEN, SUE FRANCES, Ur.D, Carbon Hill, Education. Row Two: ALLISON, JAMES HUSTON, fSOph.D, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration . , . ALLISON, RICHARD CUR- TIS, Ur.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . ALLRED, EVA ADELINE, CFr.D, Hanceville, Nursing . . . ALLRED, MARIAN ELAINE, CFr.D, Piedmont, Arts and Sciences . . . ALSBROOKS, JOHN HENRY, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and sciences, Theta Chi . . . AMBERSON, SHERYL KAY, qsophq, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . AMBROSE, ROBERT PAUL, Ur.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . AMOS, DENNIS RAY, CSoph.D, Anniston, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ANDERSON, ALLEN C., Ur.D, Union Springs, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Sigma Nu . . . ANDERSON, BRUCE BACON, fFr.D, Win- ston-Salem, North Carolina, Arts and Sciences. Row Three: ANDERSON, CHARLES CLIFFORD, fFr.D, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . ANDERSON, DONNA LEE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . ANDERSON, JOANN ALICE, fFr.D, New Orleans, Louisiana, Education . . . ANDERSON, JOHN WESLEY, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . ANDERSON, LINDA IANEQ fSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . ANDERSON, ROBERT LEON, CFr,D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . ANDERSON, RUSSELL ELLSWORTH, JR., CFr.D, Huntsville, Engineering, Delta Chi . . . ANDERSON, THOMAS PERRIN, CFr.D, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . ANDERTON, EDNA RUTH, fFr.D, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . ANDERTON, NORMA GAYLE, QSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega. How Four: ANDREWS, CLIFFORD AZOR, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ANDREWS, DONALD RICHARD, Ur.D, Dora, Engineering . . . ANDREWS, LINDA DELL, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ANDREWS, VIRGINIA CHENOWETH, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Edu- cation, Phi Mu . . . ANDROSKI, EDWARD JOSEPH, QSoph.D, An- sonia, Connecticut, Arts and Sciences . . . ANGEL, RODNEY ALAN, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . ANSLEY, VIRGINIA, fSoph.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . ANTONIA, PATRICIA JEAN, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . APEL, SHARON KAYE, CSoph.D, Cullman, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Delta Delta . . . APPLEGATE, MICHAEL CLARK, fFr.D, Guin, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi. Row Five: APPLING, BILLIE RUTH, fFr.D, Oakman, Education . . L ARGIRO,'JEANE'I'1'E MARIE, CSoph.D, Mobile, Education, Phi Mu . . . ARMBRESTER, DAVID ARNOLD, CSoph.D, Bessemer, Engineering, Kappa Alpha . . . ARMINCEON, MARGARET CAR- LENE, fSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ARMOR, ,HERBERT CHARLES, Ur.D, Brookwood, Engineering, Theta Tau . . . ARMSTRONG, DOROTHY ANNE, CSoph.D, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . ARMSTRONG, JAMES DANIEL, III, fSoph.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi . . . ARMSTRONG, JOHN HENRY, Ur.D, Millry, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ARM- STRONG, JOY REESE, CFr.D, Selma, Education: Delta Delta Delta . . . ARMSTRONG, JUDITH ANN, CFr.D, Yazoo City, Mississippi, Home Economics. Page 487 Row One: ARMSTRONG, LINDA ANN, CJLJ, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . ARMSTRONG, PATRICIA LOUISE, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Delta Delta . . . ARNOLD, ALLYSON L., fFr.J, Colorado Springs, Colo- rado, Nursing . . . ARNOLD, BEATRICE BLYTHE, QJLJ, Nash- ville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . ARNOLD, CHARLES ELWIN, CFr.D, Hanceville, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . ARNOLD, DAVID WHISENANT, CSoph.l, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . ARNOLD, GEORGE GODBEY, fJr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Xi . . . ARNOLD, GWENDOLYN ADA, CSoph.l, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . ARNOLD, SHARON JO, CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . ARRINGTON, WILLIAM MEEK, Q Fr. D, York, Engineering. Row Two: ASHCRAFT, JACK L., CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . ASHCRAFT, LYDIA ANN, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Edu- cation . . . ASHENFELTER, MALENNA LOU, CSoph.D, Jasper, Arts and Sciences . . . ASHFORD, DONNELL C., fFr.J, Decatur, Arts and Sciences . . . ASHURST, HUGH MORGAN, JR., CJr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . ASHURST, ROBERT TURPIN, IV, QSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . ASTON, DALE BRUCE, CFr.J, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . ASTON, HENRY WARD, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . ATHEY, JAMIE LEE, CSoph.D, Mobile, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . ATKEISON, CAROLYN ANN, QJr.D, Demopolis, Edu- cation, Alpha Gamma Delta. How Three: ATKINS, E. KAY, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . ATKINS, THOMAS LYNN, fSoph.D, Coker, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . ATKINSON, RITA E., CSoph.J, Bessemer, Educa- tion, Phi Mu . . . ATKISON, MICHAEL HOWELL, CJr.J, Piedmont, Engineering, Theta Tau . . . AUERBACH, LARRY ALLAN, iFr.D, Lexington, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . AUSTIN, 3 EARNESTINE, CFLD, Mt. Vernon, Education . . . AUSTIN, MARY GEORGE, iFr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Delta Zeta . . . AUTREY, MONICA ZAN, CFr.J, Pine Hill, Arts and Sciences . . . AVERY, JAMES RICHARD, III, CFr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . AVERY, RICHARD MOORE, JR., CSoph.J, Greensboro, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Row Four: AYERS, RANDALL DVVIGHT, CSoph.D, Altoona, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . AYOTTE, LINDA MAY, CFr.D, Somerset, New Jersey, Education . . . BACCUS, WILLIAM ROBERT, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . BACHMANN, JOHN TIMOTHY, CJr.J, Cullman, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . BACON, JOSELYN CECILLE, CFr.D, Sehna, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . BADHAM, CRAWVFORD GLENN, fFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . BAGBY, LAMAR CAMPBELL, fSoph.l, Livingston, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Ep- Silon . . . BAGGETT, BYRON JACKSON, CSopl'1.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BAGGETT, JOHN BRUCE, CSoph.D, Northport, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . BAGWELL, DAVID ASHLEY, QJLDQ Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. How Fioe: BAGWELL, BRENDA CAROLE, CFr.D, Guntersville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . BAGWELL, JUNE ALLYSON, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . BAILEY, EDWIN A., CSoph.J, Temple, Texas, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BAILEY, ELLA KATHERINE, CJr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Delta Gamma . . . BAILEY, GEORGIA ANNE, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BAILEY, JAMES WILLIAM, CFr.j, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . BAILEY, JERRY ZANE, CELD, Madison, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BAILEY, MYRA LYNN, CFresh.J, Birmingham, Nursing . . . BAILEY, RAN- DALL ROBERT, CSoph.J, Hazel Green, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . BAIN, DONNA DIANE, CFr.l5 Pell City, Commerce and Business Administration. Page 488 Row One: BAITES, JOHN WARREN, CFr.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BAKER, BONNIE JEANINE, fSoph.J, East Peoria, Illinois, Arts and Sciences . . . BAKER, BROOKS HOB- SON, III, fFr.J, Warrior, Engineering . . . BAKER, DORIS JUNE, CSoph.J, Haleyville, Arts and Sciences . . . BAKER, GEORGE THOMAS, fSoph.J, Opp, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . BAKER, JAMES ROBERT, CFLJ, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . BAKER, JOSEPH DANIEL, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, En- gineering, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . BAKER, SARA ELLEN, fSoph.J, Natchez, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau . . . BAKER, SCHUYLER ALLEN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . BALCH, PATRICIA CRAWFORD, fSoph.J, Mobile, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. How Tw-0: BALCH, SHERYL, fFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BALDONE, FRANCESCA XAVIER, fJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . BALDWIN, JERRY G., fFr.J, Lanett, Engineering . . . BALL, MARILYN THOMAS, fSoph.J, Bessemer, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . BANKS, DOUGLAS O'NEAL, CJLJ, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . BANKSTON, JAMES HAROLD, fJr.J, Scottsboro, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . BANNISTER, JAMES HENRY, fFr.J, Huntsville, Engineering . . . BANNISTER, JAMES RALPH, CFLJ, Fayette, Commerce and Business Administration, Acacia . . . BARBER, KATHRYN EILEEN, fS0ph.J, Pell City, Education . . . BARBER, PAMELA MARCIA CFLJ, Atlanta, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi. Row Three: BAREFIELD, JOHN FRANKLIN, JR., fJr.J, Mont- gomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . BAR- GANIER, LINDA GAYLE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education . . . BARKLEY, ELIZABETH DANTZLER, Q , Charlottesville, Vir- ginia, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . BARNARD, ELIZABETH ELAINE, CFr.J, A.P.O. New York, New York, Home Economics . . . BARNES, CAROLYN LOLITA, fSoph.J, Russellville, Home Economics . . . BARNES, DONALD PIERSON, fJr.J, Fair- field, Arts and Sciences . . . BARNES, GEORGE WILLIAM, CJr.D, UNDERGRADUATES Miami, Florida, Education, Pi Kappa Phi . . . BARNES, RANDY, CFr.J, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BARNES, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Ad- BARR, ROBERT WILLIAM, CSOph.J, Brundidge, ROBERT LEE, ministration . . . Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma. Row Four: BARRON, BRENDA JOYCE, CSOph.J, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . BARRON, CHARLES H., CJr.J, Chickasaw, Engineering . . . BARTON, ALICE LYNNE, CFLJ, Gardendale, Education , . . BARY, BEVERLY LILA, CFr.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Home Economics . . . BARZE, DONNA KAU, CFr.J, Clanton, Arts and Sciences . . . BASHINSKY, LEO MAX, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . BASS, GLENN LEE, JR., fFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . BASS, SUE BRUNSON, CSoph.D, Andalusia, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . BASSETT, BARBARA JEAN, fSoph.J, Phenix City, Home Economics . . . BASSETT, RUBY BURT, fFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Delta Delta Delta. Row Five: BATCHELOR, SONYA DIANE, fFr.J, Double Springs, Home Economics . . . BATES, BETTY MARGARET, fFr.J, Bir- mingham, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . BATES, CAROLINE CARGILE, CSoph.D, Mobile, Education, Chi Omega . . . BATES, DORIS DIANN, CFr.D, Brilliant, Home Economics . . . BATES, HENRY DUANE, CFr.J, Mobile, Engineering . . . BATES, THOMAS OVERALL, CSoph.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . BATTLES, HAYDEN RANDALL, fJr.J, Chamblee, Georgia, Arts and Sciences . . . BAUCHMAN, JOE ELMER, CJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . BAUCHMAN, GEORGIA MARIE, CSoph.J, Warren, Ohio, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Gamma . . . BAXTER, GLENN NELSON, fJr.D, Eufaula, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta. Page 489 UNDERGRADUATES Row One: BAXTER, TERRANCE MORAN, fSOph.D, Headland, Engineering . . . BAYER, KIMBERLEY HOPE, CFLD, McLean, Virginia, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BEAL, JUDITH ANN, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . BEARD, ERNEST WAYNE, fSoph.D, Decatur, Engineering . . . BEARDEN, SANDRA KAY, CSoph.D, Gadsden, Nursing . . . BEASLEY, LINDA RUTH, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . BEASLEY, ROBERT DONALD, fFr.D, Abbeville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BEAS- LEY, SARAH ELIZABETH, fSoph.D, Albertville, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BEASON, CAROLYN JANE, fSoph.D, Danville, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BEASON, ROY P., Ur.D, Gadsden, Education, Lambda Chi Alpha. Row Two: BEATON, ROBERT MERRILL, CFr.D, Arlington, Virginia, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . BEAU- CHAMP, EDGAR CLARKSON, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . BEAUCHAMP, JOHN LOUIS, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . BEAUCHAMP, LYNN MER- SHON, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . BEAVERS, VIRGINIA LEIGH, CFr.D, Akron, Ohio, Arts and Sciences . . . BECK, PAMELA KEENE, CSoph.D, Sheffield, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . BECK, ROLLA EARL, III, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . BECKHARDT, SANDRA LYNN, CFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . BEDSOLE, JAMES GOODMAN, Ur.D, Jackson, Com- merce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . BEELAND, BETH FIELDS, Ur.D, Greenville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta. Row Three: BEELER, JOHN HINKLEY, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . BEHRMAN, MICHAEL HER- MAN, Ur.D, Dothan, Education . . . BELCHER, BETTY PACE, Ur.D, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Delta Pi . . . BELL, BILLY MACK, JR., Ur.D, Pell City, Corfu Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . BELL, GA fSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . BELL, WILLIA ETT, CFr.D, Winter Park, Florida, Commerce and Busine: istration, Kappa Alpha . .- . BELLAMY, NANCY LYNIN Gadsden, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BENDER, TI-l JACKSON, CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa E' BENEFIELD, PAMELLA BETH, CFr.D, Gadsden, Arts and Delta Zeta . . . BENEFIELD, PHILIP CROWDER, fFr.D, A Commerce and Business Administration. Row Four: BENNETT, BETH, fSoph.D, Louisville, Educat Delta Delta . . . BENNETT, CHARLES DOWDLE, QSC lumbus, Mississippi, Engineering, Theta Xi . . . BENNETT WINSLOW, JR., Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Busine istration . . . BENNETT, ELINOR SUE, CSoph.D, Besse and Sciences . . . BENNETT, GEORGE F., CSoph.D, T Engineering . . . BENNETT, JEANETT, CFr.D, Tuscaloos tion . . . BENNETT, KILBY MICHAEL, qsophq, Heflm, and Business Administration . . . BENNETT, PATRICIA ANf Tuscaloosa, Education . . . BENNETT, PAULA ELAIN Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . B WAYNE FRED, tFr.D, Vinemont, Arts and Sciences. Row Five: BENSON, JOHNNY FLOYD, KSoph.D, Birmingl neering . . . BENSON, SI-IERRY EILEEN, fSoph.D, Wyla tion, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BENTLEY, JEAN HODCES, C ston, North Carolina, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega TON, ELIZABETH JANE, fsophq, opp, Education, Pi . . . BENTON, MARY ELLEN, CSoph.D, Atlanta, Georgia, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . BERGLIN, BECKY, CFr.D, Mont canon, Pi Beta Phi . . . BERGMAN, RACHEL A., Ur.D, Mississippi, Education . . . BERINGER, KENNETH B., Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta . . . BERMAN, BRUCE N., CFr.D, Anniston, Arts and Sc: Epsilon Pi . . . BERRY, A. LLOYD, Ur.D, Birmingham Pi Beta Phi. ,T 5 -.- Q: ,.,,. -Q85 I RST E Eg Page 490 Row One: BERRY, ARNOLD M., Ur.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . , . BERRY, KATHLEEN CKITTIED, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Educa- tion . . . BERRY, LESLIE, CFr.D, Huntsville, Education, Kappa Delta . . . BERRY, LUCINDA PICKETT, Ur.D, Montgomery, Education, Kappa Delta . . . BERRY, SUSAN EDITH, CFr.D, APO New York, New York, Education, Delta Gamma . . . BEST, GEORGE ROGER, CSoph.D, Athens, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BEVAN, JENNIFER KAREN, CFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . BIBLE, DONNA KAY, CFr.D, Anniston, Arts and Sciences . . . BICKNELL, BARRY LEE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education . . . BIGGER, SHARON MARIE, CSoph.D, McLean, Virginia, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: BINGHAM, BARBARA H., fSoph.D, Birmingham, Edu- cation . . . BINION, LINDA DIANE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BIRD, GENE LEWIS, Ur.D, Dothan, Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi . . . BISHOP, JOAN MARLE, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BISHOP, JUDITH ANNE, ,CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BISHOP, QUEEN ESTHER, fFr.D, Duncanville, Nursing . . . BISHOP, RANDALL GEIGER, CFr.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . BIXLER, WALTER GAILLARD, Ur.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . BLACK, CLEO MICHAEL, fFr.D, Tanner, Education . . . BLACK, DANNY WAYNE, fFr.D, Vernon, Arts and Sciences. Row Three: BLACK, SHEILA MARIE, CFr.D, Adamsville, Nursing . . . BLACKMARR, VIRGINIA, Ur.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . BLACKMON, LOUISE SHORTER, CFr.D, Eufaula, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BLACKMON, NAN ELIZABETH, CFr.D, Opelika, Education, Delta Zeta . . . BLACKSTON, PEGGY JEANETTE, fSOph.D, Oakman, Education . . . BLACKSTONE, MALINDA DARLENE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Edu- cation . . . BLACKWELL, CARTLEDCE WEEDEN, JR., fSoph.D, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . BLACKWELL, CLAY Page TURNER, QSoph.D, Adamsville, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Alpha Kappa Psi . . . BLAIR, MARY ANN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . BLAKE, MICHAEL ALAN, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi. Row Four: BLALOCK, BRENDA BETH, CSoph.D, Hanceville, Home Economics . . . BLANCHARD, WILLIAM RIVES, CFr.D, Moni- gomery, Arts and Sciences . . . BLANCHETTE, VERNON G., Ur.D, Pass Christian, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences . . . BLANTON, LARRY CURTIS, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BLANTON, SANDRA GARRETT, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BLOUNT, FRANCES ELIZABETH, CSoph.D, Oneonta, Arts and Sciences . . . BLOUNT, MARY JO, CSoph.D, Mobile, Education, Delta Zeta . . . BLUMENFELD, JACK ALLEN, CSoph.D, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . BOACKL, ROBERT JOSEPH, Ur.D, Bimiiiig- ham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . BODNER, ALLEN MAR- SHALL, CSoph.D, Heflin, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi. Row Five: BOGGUS, JAMES THOMAS, JR., CFr.D, Guntersville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BOHNE, BARBARA ELLEN, fSoph.D, New Orleans, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BOLAY, ELIZABETH FRASER, Ur.D, Omaha, Ne- braska, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Mu . . . BOLEN, JOSEPH BENJAMIN, III, CSoph.D, Greenville, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Alpha Tau Om-ega . . . BOLES, GEORGE HER- BERT, QFr.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BOLES, RONALD WILLIAM, Ur.D, Huntsville, Engineering, Kappa Alpha . . . BOLIN, MARY SUSAN, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . BOMAN, LORETTA SUE, Ur.D, Hueytown, Edu- cation . . . BOND, ELLEN, Ur.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . BOND, SCHERRY DEA, fSoph.D, Wood Dale, Illinois, Home Economics. 491 'Z' Q-Q' Row One: BOND, THOMAS NORTON, CJLD, Opelika, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . BONHAM, SHEILA KAY, CFr.J, Hueytown, Education . . . BONNEAU, ELLEN ANN, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . BONNER, JUDITH LENORA, tSoph.J, Camden, Home Economics, Delta Gamma , . . BONNER, RILEY GARY, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . BONNETT, PHILLIP O'NEAL, fFr.J, Pleasant Grove, Engineering . . . BON- ZAGNI, CHARLES STEPHEN, fSoph.D, Mobile, Engineering . . . BOONE, CLAUDE DAVID, CFr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BOONE, GORDON D., fSoph.J, Mobile, Com- merce and Business Administration, Chi Phi . . . BOOTH, BETTY JEAN, CFr.j, Mobile, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: BOOTH, JOYCE LORRAINE, CJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Educa- tion . . . BOOTHE, EDMUND DOUGLAS, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, En- gineering . . . BOOZER, KAREN PATRICIA, fJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . BOREN, GARY A., CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . BORNSTEIN, THADA, CFLD, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau . . . BOS- TICK, MARY HARRIET, fSoph.J, Red Bay, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . BOSTROM, TENA KIRVEN, CFr.J, Jackson, Home Economics, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . BOSWELL, JUDY FRANCES, CSOph.J, Selma, Education, Phi Mu . . . BOTNIK, BARBARA ANN, CFLJ, Birmingham, Education . . . BOTTS, LINDA CAROLYN, ULD, De Kalb, Mississippi, Education. Row Three: BOUDREAUX, BRENDA KAY, CSoph.J, Foley, Arts and Sciences . . . BOUTWELL, LYNN MILLER, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Acacia . . . BOWDEN, MARY ELIZABETH, QFr.J, Monroeville, Education, Kappa Delta , . . BOWE, JOHN WILLIAM, CSoph.J, Toms River, New Jersey, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . BOVVEN, ANNIE SUE, fSoph.J, Stevenson, Education . . . BOWEN, KARYN SYDNEY, KFLJ, Birmingham, Home Eco- nomics, Pi Beta Phi . . . BOWEN, MARGARET ANN, tFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . BOWENS, BEVERLY ANN, CSoph.J, Hayden, Nursing . . . BOYVER, NANCY LYNN, CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . BOWERS, MICHELE CLAIRE, CFLJ, Gadsden, Education, Alpha Chi Omega. Row Four: BOWMAN, ANNIE MARGARET, KFLJQ Novelty, Ohio, Education, Delta Zeta . . . BOYD, CLARENCE PIERCE, fJr.J, Emelle, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega . . . BOYD, JAMES RONALD, CJr,J, Greenville, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . BOYD, REX N., ULD, Dora, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BOYER, JUDITH GAYLE, tSoph.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . BOYETT, MYRIAM DENNIS, fFr.l, Sulligent, Education . . . BOYETT, WVILLIAM STEVE, fFr.l, Prattville, Arts and Sciences . . . BOZONA, DELLA DIANE, CJLJ, Kosciusko, Mississippi, Nursing . . . BRABNER, GEORGE REY- NOLDS, III, CSoph.D, Mobile, Engineering . . . BRACEY, JUDITH CJUDYJ LYNN, CJr.J, Huntsville, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Five: BRACKLIN, LINDA MARIAN, KFLJQ Tuscumbiag A115 and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BRACKIN, RICHARD 0-5 CJr.D, Tuscumbia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BRAD- FORD, GEORGE MASON, CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . BRADFORD, LINDA LOUISE, CJr.J, Huntsville, Home Economics . . . BRADLEY, EDWARD JOHN, JR., tJr.l5 Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . BRADLEY, JOHN WILLIAMs CFr.J, Monroeville, Education, Sigma Nu . . . BRAMLETT, SALLY LU, tFr.J, Fairfax, Education . . . BRAMLETT, THOMAS MACONQ CFLJ, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . BRANDH, CHARLES EDWARD, fF1'.J, Tuscaloosa? Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . - BRAND, FRANK EDWARD, JR., CFr.J, Enterprise, Arts and Sciences. Page 492 f BRANDON, PARKES ARMISTEAD, qEi.p, Nashville, Tan- ommerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . BRAN- TLVIA ANN, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . EY, ANITA LOUISE, CJr.D, Whistler, Commerce and Busi- iinistration . . . BRANTLEY, JACQUELINE, ISoph.D, Tmy, 1 . . . BRANTLEY, LYNN, fJr.D, Troy, Arts and Sciences, appa Gamma . . . BRASFIELD, BONNIE GAYE, CFr.D, i, Education . . . BRASFIELD, DANA MARIE, Um, Arts and Sciences . . . BRASWELL, CATHERINE ELIZA- Jr.D, Demopolis, Education, Kappa Delta . . . BRASWELL, fIARTIN, CJr.D, Dothan, Commerce and Business Adminis- . . BRASWELL, KATHERINE LEIGH, qsaphq, Birming- cation, Alpha Delta Pi. v: BRAY, CAROL JEAN, CSoph.D, Pensacola, Florida, Arts lces, Pi Beta Phi . . . BRAZELTON, BARBARA JEAN, adison, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . BRAZIL, , LEE, CFr.D, Reform, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . RICHARD ALAN, CJr.D, Bessemer, Commerce and Business ation, Delta Chi . . . BREEDEN, CATHY ANN, fFr.D, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . BRESLER, BAR- KIN, CJr.D, Binningham, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . ', BARBARA CATHERINE, fS0ph.D, Fort Dix, New Jersey, . . . BREWER, BILLY ROY, CJr.D, Birmingham, Com- d Business Administration . . . BREWER, ELIZABETH Fr.D, Centre, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . BRIDGES, VAYNE, CSoph,D, Pleasant Grove, Engineering. Ze: BRIGANTI, STEPHEN JOSEPH, CFLD, Severna Park, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BRIGHTWELL, J MASSEY, CJr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Jn . . . BRISCOE, WILLIAM EWELL, fSoph.D, Decatur, 2 and Business Administration . . . BRISKMAN, ARTHUR T, fSoph.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Tau . . . BRITTAIN, JOHN LARRY, CFr.D, Leeds, Com- l Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . BRITTAN, 'I H., CSoph.D, Roanoke, Commerce and Business Adminis- Qappa Alpha . . . BRITTON, BARBARA JUANITA, fFr.D, UNDERGRADUATES Russellville, Nursing . . . BROADWAY, BARBARA LEE, tFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BROADWAY, JOHN ROBERT, fFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . BROCK, JANE A., CFr.D, Atalla, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta. Row Four: BROCK, OLIVER FRANKLIN, tJr.D, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . BRODA, SUSAN ALICE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . BROMBERG, ELNA, CFr.D, Enterprise, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . BROOKER, JOHN ROBERT, CFr.D, Mount Vernon, Washington, Arts and Sciences . . . BROOKS, MARION KEYS, QFr.D, Prattville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . BROOKS, SARAH KATHERINE, CSOph.D, Camilla, Georgia, Education, Kappa Delta . . . BROOKS, SHARON KATHLEEN, CFr.D, Munford, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . BROOKS, SUZANNE CSUZYD, fFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . BROOKSHIRE, BRUCE CARTER, CFr.D, Meridian, Mississippi, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Delta Tau Delta . . . BROOME, JOHN STEPHEN, iDSciph.D, Roanoke, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma eta. Row Five: BROTHERTON, SALLY PATTERSON, CFr.D, Jasper, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BROUGH, MARGARET CAROL, fFr.D, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences . . . BROUGHTON, DOROTHY ELLEN, CFr.D, Montgomery, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BROUGHTON, MARY EILEEN, CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . BROUGHTON, JOHN ALLEN, CJr.D, Winter Park, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . BROWDY, FRANCES RITA, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . BROWN, ANNE IDEN, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . BROWN, ARTHUR PORTER, CJr.D, Sheffield, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . BROWN, BARTO LOUIS, III, fJr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BROWN, CHARLES CRISMAN, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta. Page 493 UNDERGRADUATES Row One: BROWN, CONNIE G., Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . BROWN, DEWEY S., JR., fSoph.D, Maxwell AFB, Arts and Sciences . . . BROWN, EDITH JOY, CSoph.D, New Orleans, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . BROWN, GEORGIA RAY, CSoph.D, New Orleans, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences . . . BROWN, GLYNDIA NELL, fSoph.D, Hamilton, Education . . . BROWN, HARRY ISON, JR., CFr.D, Sylacauga, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . BROWN, JAMES DOUGLAS, JR., fS0ph.D, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . BROWN, JOHN RAMSAY, CFr.D, Hueytown, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . BROWN, JUDY PRIS- CILLA, CSoph.D, Northport, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . BROWN, LISHA, Ur.D, Greenville, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Two: BROWN, MITZI CLAIRE, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . BROWN, QUENTIN QUARLES, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . BROWN, RACHEL, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education, Kappa Delta . . . BROWN, RANDALL RAY, tSoph.D, Erie, Pennsyl- vania, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BROWN, REBECCA LEE, Ur.D, Fayette, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . BROWN, REBECCA SUZANNE, fSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BROVVN, ROBERT EDVVARD, fFr.D, York, Engi- neering . . . BROWN, STELLA ANN, CSoph.D, Sulligent, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . BROWN, SUSANNE AUSTIN, Ur.D, Tampa, Florida, Home Economics, Delta Delta Delta . . . BROWN, SUSIE, fSoph.D, Florence, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta. Row Three: BROWN, WILLIAM ATWOOD, fSoph.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . BROWNE, ROBIN LEE, CSoph.D, Gadsden, Engineering . . . BROWNING, CYNTHIA JEANNE, fFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . BROX- SON, EMMETT I-IERSCHEL, JR., Ur.D, Chancellor, Arts and Sci- ences . . . BRUENNER, MARGARET VENEY, fFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Z-eta . . . BRYAN, ALGIE SMITH, Ur.D, Livingston, Arts and Sciences . . . BRYAN, HOWARD FLOURNOY, IV, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BRYAN, ROBERT MAURICE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau omega . . . BRYANT, ANDREW HARLAND, JR., qsophq- Anniston, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . BRYANT, FRANCES VIRGINIA, CFr.D, Birmingham, Education. a Row Four: BRYANT, JERRY NOLEN, CFr.D, Grove Hill, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BRYARS, WILLIAM CARTER, JR., Ur.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . BUCHAN- AN, LARRY ELBERT, CFr.D, Alexandria, Virginia, Arts and Sciences . . . BUCHHOLZ, MARY SUE, CFr,D, Huntsville, Nursing . . . BUCK, AMALIE MARGARET, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BUCK, ROBERT LOYE, fFr.D, Decatur, Arts and Sciences . . . BUCKLEY, NANCY LEE, Ur.D, Sulligent, Education . . . BUCKNER, JAMES WILLIAM, Ur.D, Haleyville, Arts and sciences . . . BUCKNER, JASPER NEWTON, JR., Ur.D, Prattville, Arts and Sciences . . . BUERSER, DEBORAH ANNE, CSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Row Five: BUFFALOVV, FRANCES V., Ur.D, Montgomery, Educa- tion . . . BUFFLER, MARK ANTHONY, fFr.D, Sheffield, Engineer- ing . . . BUFFLER, MARY LYNN, fFr.D, Sheffield, Arts and Sci- ences . . . BUGG, BARBARA BELINDA, Ur.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . BUIE, PRISCILLA TEMPIE, CFr.D, Jackson, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . BULLOCK, JUDY ANN, Ur.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . BULLOCK, PATRICIA CAROLE, CFr.D, Fairborn, Ohio, Arts and Sciences . . . BUNN, EDDY CAROL, lSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . BURCH, BEVERLY ANN, fSoph.D, Bir- mingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BURCHFIELD, EMMA LEE, Ur.D, Tarrant, Education. Page 494 Row One: BURCHFIELD, PATRICIA JANE, fFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . BURDICK, JANICE LYNN, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . BURGESS, PATRICIA ANN, CFLJQ Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . BURGIN, SHIRLEY M., CSOph.D, Birmingham, Nursing . . . BURING, LYNDA FAY, fJr.J, New Orleans, Louisiana, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . BURKART, FRANCES CAROLYN, CFLD, Hanceville, Home Economics . . . BURKE, ROGER ALAN, fSoph.J, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BURKETT, LINDA JO, lJr.D, Townley, Educa- tion . . . BURKHALTER, SYLVIA LYNNE, QSoph.D, Gordo, Nursing . . . BURKOT, CHRISTINE FRANCES, fSoph.J, Trussville, Com- merce and Business Administration. Row Two: BURNET, DOROTHY EDWINA CDEBBIEJ, fFr.J, Mo- bile, Arts and Sciences . . . BURNETTE, ALBERT HARRISON, JR., fFr.J, Andalusia, Hom-e Economics . . . BURNS, CHARLES ED- WARD, CFLJ, Wedowee, Arts and Sciences . . . BURNS, JAMES MELVIN, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . BURNS, RICHARD MOORE, CFr.J, Auburn, Commerce and Business Admin- istration . . . BURNS, SUSAN CANNON, CSoph.J, Gadsden, Edu- cation, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . BURNS, WILLIAM ARTHUR, fFr.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . BURROUCHS, LINDA ELAINE, CFLJ, Cottondale, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . BURSON, ILENE JO, CFLJ, Great Neck, New York, Nursing, Sigma Delta Tau . . . BURT, RICH- ARD PAUL, CSoph.J, Citronell, Arts and Sciences. Row Three: BURT, SUSAN SELMAN, CJr.j, Pittsview, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . BURTON, CAROLYN, fSoph.J, Gadsden, Edu- cation, Delta Gamma . . . BURTON, JOHN PAUL, CFr.J, Birming- hams Commerce and Business Administration . . . BURTTRAM, BRUCE ALLEN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- mlnistration, Phi Kappa Psi . . . BURTTRAM, HOBSON DYAR, JR., CJIZJQ Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Page Psi . . . BUSH, JERRY ALAN, CSoph.J, Tupelo, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences . . . BUSH, MARY ANNE, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Educa- tion . . . BUSH, MAURICE VANN, fSoph.J, San Angelo, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . BUSH, SHERANN LOUISE, fS0ph.D, Birmingham, Nursing . . . BUSSEY, PATRICIA GAIL, fSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Four: BUTLER, ANN MARIE, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . BUTLER, CHARLES A., CFr.J, Shawmut, Engineering . . . BUTLER, PHILIP HENRY, CJr.J, Pike Road, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . BUTLER, SHARON EVELYN, KFLJ, Birmingham, Nursing, Delta Zeta . . . BUTTERLY, MICHAEL DUKE, CFLJ, Anniston, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . BYNUM, HARLEY, CJr.J, Snyder, Texas, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . BYRD, MARTHA SUE, fSoph.J, Florence, Education . . . CAGLE, BONNIE LOU, CSoph.J, Falkville, Home Economics . . . CAGLE, CAROL JANE, CJr.J, Birmingham, Educa- tion, Alpha Delta Pi . . . CAGLE, EDWARD FRANDLIN, QFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences. Row Five: CAGLE, RANDAL STEVE, CFr.J, Huntsville, Engineering . . . CAIN, CAROLYN ELIZABETH, fJr.J, Silver Spring, Maryland, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . CAIN, DEIDRE ANN, fSoph.J, Bir- mingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CAIN, ED- WARD MOORE, JR., CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Th-eta . . . CAIN, JUDITH ALLISON, fFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . CAIN, SUSAN GAYLE, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . CALDWELL, CAROLYN JEANETTE, fJr.J, Jacksonville, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . CALDWELL, JUDITH ANN, CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . CALDWELL, MARY ELIZABETH, fSoph.J, Tusca- loosa, Education, Phi Mu . . . CALDWELL, VERA ELIZABETH, CJr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Camma. 495 3 Row One: CALHOUN, EMMA IRIS, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Nursing, Alpha Delta Pi . . . CALHOUN, GENE G., CJr.D, Hattiesburg, Mis- sissippi, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CALHOUN, JANETTE DALE, CJLJ, Tuscaloosa, Education, Delta Zeta . . . CALLAHAN, THOMAS, JR., CSoph.D, Amarillo, Texas, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CALLAWAY, CAROLYN BETH, fFr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . CALLEN, WALTON, CSoph.J, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . CAMERON, VERNON WAYNE, fJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . CAME, EDWIN F., JR., CFLJ, Birmingham, Engineering . . . CAMP, JOHN DAVID, CSoph.J, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CAMP, MARY ANN, fSoph.J, Silver Spring, Maryland, Nursing. Row Two: CAMPBELL, JANE CAUGHLIN, CSoph.l, Memphis, Ten- nessee, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . CAMPBELL, JO ELLEN, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Education . . . CAMPBELL, SARAH HELEN, fFr.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . CAMP- BELL, SHERRILL DIANNE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Delta Zeta . . . CAMPBELL, SUSAN ELBA, CFr.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . CAMPBELL, WILLIAM GEORGE, CFLJ, Brooklyn, New York, Engineering , . . CANNON, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, ANNE HOLLINGSWORTH, CSoph. J, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . CANNON, JAMES ERNEST, JR., CFr.J, Florala, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . CAN- NON, KAY, CJr.J, Prattville, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . CAN- NON, LINDA CAROL, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Three: CANNON, SUE MARIE, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . CANNOVA, CARL JOSEPH, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . CANTERBURY, THOMAS CLARK, lFr.J, Flor- ence, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CANTRELL, JAN- ICE CANE, fFr.J, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . CANZONERI, MARY BRENDAN, fFr.J, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Mu . . . CAPELOTO, DAVID ALAN, J HQFYDE CJr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, P silon Pi . . . CAPLAN, JAN FARYL, fSoph.l, Nashville, Ten Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau . . . CAPPS, GLORIA QFLJ, Dothan, Education . . . CAPPS, PATRICIA ANN, Mountain Brook, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . CAf BRADLEY LAMAR, CFU, Phenix City, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: CARGO, FRANKLIN P. CSoph.J, Gardendale, Ed . . . CARMICHAEL, GERALD WAYNE, CJr.J, Alexandei Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . MICHAEL, LINDA LOU, CFLJ, Oalunan, Home Economic: CARNE, NANCY ELLEN, CFLD, Dyersburg, Tennessee, Edt Alpha Delta Pi . . . CARNES, JIMMY FRANK, CFr.D, Alb: Commerce and Business Administration . . . CARNLEY, SA FLEETWOOD, JR., CSoph.J, Elba, Arts and Sciences . . . CA TER, GORDON LEROY, CSoph.J, Daleville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma . . . CARPENTER, SARAH STEPHENS, CJr.J, Boaz cation . . . CARPENTER, SHEREL LEE, CFr.J, Birminghan and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . CARR, R. GREGORY, Gluntersville, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma P. s on. Row Five: CARRINGTON, DAVID ROY, CJr.J, Mobile, Cor and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . CAR DAVID EUGENE, CSoph.J, Ozark, Education . . . CAR SHEILA ANNETTE, CFLJ, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Ze Alpha . . . CARROLL, VIRGINIA CGINGERJ WILKINS, Hurtsboro, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . CARROLL, W! CADE, CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Ph CARRUTH, JUDITH CAROL, CFr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Scienc CARTER, CADA MILLS, CJLJ, Abbeville, Arts and Sciences, I. Chi Alpha . . . CARTER, HARRY LEE, CJr.l, Birmingharr and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . CARTER, JOYCE ADELIA, Tuskegee, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . CARTER, RC RAY, CFLJ, Flat Rock, Commerce and Business Administratio Page 496 Row One: CARTWRIGHT, PAMELA BRADLEY, fJr.J, Decatur, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . CARVER, JUNE LESTER, fS0ph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . CARVER, KATHY, fJr.J, Ruleville, Mississippi, Commerce and Business Admin- istration . . . CASE, CAROL L., fJr.J, Lake City,' Florida, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Mu . . . CASEY, KAREN DIANE, fJr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . CASEY, TERESA SUE, CFr.J, Opp, Nursing . . . CASH, STANLEY ALLAN, CSoph.J, Hartselle, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . CASSELL, RALPH H. fJr.l, Mobile, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Theta Chi . . . CASTAGNA, JOSEPH ANTHONY, CFr.l' Huntington Station, New Jersey, Education, Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . CASTLEBERRY, NANCY LEE, CJLJ, Tuscumbia, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta. 9 Row Two: CATRINO, MARSHA KAY, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . CAUSEY, VESTER WAYNE, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . CERVANTES, WALTER ROLAND, CFr.J, Hrbanizacron, San Miehel, Engineering . . . CHA- BANNES, RENE NORBERT de ST. JULIEN, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . CHADWICK, CHARLES HERBERT, CFLJ, New Orleans, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Theta Xi . . . CHAFIN, GARY MICHAEL, CFLJ, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Acacia . . . CHALKLEY, JAMES SANDEFUR, fFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . CHAMBERS, LANE, CJr.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . CHAMPLIN, CRETA VIRGINIA, CSOph.l, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . CHANCEY, KENNETH WEN- DELL, CSoph.J, Geneva, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu. Row Three: CHANCY, JAMES LOCKARD, JR., QFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . CHANDLER, MELINDA ALLISON, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Home Economics . . . CHANDLER, WILLIAM V., fJr.l, Birmingham, Education, Theta Xi . . . CHAPMAN, JUDY ELLENE, fS0ph.l, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . CHAPPELL, CAROLYN S., CFr.J, Talladega, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . CHAPPELL, WILLIAM LAWRENCE, CFLJ, Tunnel Springs, Arts and Sciences . . . CHAPUIS, RALPH ADAM, fFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . CHEN, UNDERGRADUATES IGRAM, CSoph.J, Hung Hom, Kln, Hong Kong, Engineering . . . CHENAULT, CHRISTINE ELIZABETH, CSoph.D, Moulton, Home Economics, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . CHENAULT, PLEAZ RAY, QJLJ, Moulton, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta. Row Four: CHERNOSKY, CHARLES HENRY, III, QJLJ, Houston, Texas, Arts and Sciences . . . CHERRY, JAMES ALBERT, III, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . CHESTER, CAROLYN VIRGINIA, CSoph.J, Lisman, Education . . . CHIARELLA, SAM VINCENT, fFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . CHILDREE, LAURA KATHLEEN, CFr.J, Montgo- rnery, Nursing . . . CHILDREE, NANCY ANN, CSoph.D, Atlanta Georgia, Nursing, Alpha Delta Pi . . . CHILDS, ANNE FORREST, CSoph.J, Slocomb, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . CHILDS, SUSAN EMILY, fFr.j, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . CHILDS, VVILLIAM HAYDEN, fFr.D, Samson, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi Fraternity . . . CHRISTIAN, JOHN EDWARD, JR., CJr.J, Pensacola, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi. a Row Five: CHRISTIAN, SALLY ROWAN, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Nursing, Kappa Delta . . . CHRISTIAN, STEVEN R. CJr.j, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . CHRISTY, PATRICIA ANN, fJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . CHURCH, BAR- BARA LOUISE, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . CLARK, ANNE PENTON, CFLD, Destin, Florida, Engineering . . . CLARK, ELIZABETH ROSE, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . CLARK, GEORGE NELSON, CSoph.J, Eutaw, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . CLARK, JOHN ROBERT, fFr.J, Tuscumbia, Arts and Sciences . . . CLARK, LUCY PAYNE, CFLJ, Anniston, Education, Kappa Delta . . . CLARK, PAUL NEWTON, CSoph.J, Tuscurnbia, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Kappa Alpha. Page 497 UNDERGRADUATES How One: CLARK, STEPHEN K. Ur.D, Winchester, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences . . . CLARKE, CAROLYN BLANCHE, Ur.D, Northport, Arts and Sciences, Pi . . . CLARKE, ISABEL HARPER, CSoph.D, Victorville, California, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . CLAY, ALICE ELAINE, CFr.D, Muscle Shoals, Arts and Sciences . . . CLAY, DORIS MAE, Ur.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . CLAY, FRED HARRIGAN, JR., QFr.D, Bir- mingham, Engineering, Phi Kappa Psi . . . CLAYTON, ELIZABETH JEAN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Education . . . CLAYTON, STEPHEN WOOLFORD, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . CLEMENTS, MARY STANLEY, CFr.D, Northport, Education . . . CLENNEY, AVERY AUSTIN, Ur.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Row Two: CLEVERDON, JAMIE P., Ur.D, Summerdale, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . CLOUD, ELIZABETH DIANE, Ur.D, Evansville, Indiana, Arts and Sciences . . . CLOUD, MARGARET WOOD, fFr.D, Birmingham, Nursing . . . CLOUSE, WILLIAM ROBERT, fSoph.D, Decatur, Arts and Sciences . . . CLOWDUS, GEORGE E., JR., fFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CLOWDUS, JUDITH DALE, Ur.D, Oneonta, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . COALE, DONNA LOUISE, Ur.D, Selma, Arts and Sciences . . . COALSON, TIMOTHY RONALD, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . COBB, LOIS MASOU, CFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . COBB, MARTHA MCMILLAN, fSoph.D, Fayette, Education, Delta Delta Delta. Row Three: COBB, WILLIAM ALLEN, QSoph.D, Birmingham, Engi- neering, Kappa Alpha . . . COCHRAN, CLAUDE ANDREW, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . COCHRANE, W. ALLEN, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta . . . CODY, ISABELLA BERNARD, CSoph.D, Union Springs, Educa- tion, Alpha Chi Omega . . . CODY, LESLIE MILDRED, Ur.D, Au- burn, Arts and Sciences . . . COGGIN, JOHN CALVIN, CFr.D- Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . COHEN, DAVID RICHARD, fS0ph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . COHEN, DIANNE H., CSoph.D, Memphis, Tennessee, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . COKER, ANN KATH- LEEN, CSoph.D, Decatur, Education . . . COKER, JANE ELLEN- Ur.D, Birmingham, Education, Delta Gamma. 3 3 Row Four: COLBY, RICHARD W., JR., CFr.D, Montgomery, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . COLE, JAMES ANTHONY, fFr.D, Union, Mississippi, Engineering . . . COLE, MARGA FAYE, fFr.D, Vernon, Nursing . . . COLE, MITCHELL, Ur.D, Haleyville, Arts and sciences . . . COLE, WILLIAM DOUGLAS, JR., Ur.D, Florence, Education . . . COLEE, NORMA GAIL, Ur.D, Monroe- ville, Education- . . COLEMAN, DORTHA JEAN, CFr.D, Spring- ville, Arts and Sciences . . . COLEMAN, LUCILE LUCAS, Ur.D, Uniontown, Education, Kappa Delta . . . COLEMAN, NORMAN BRUCE, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . COLES, JAMES MARTIN, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Sigma. How Five: COLEY, NANCY SWIFT, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Educa- tion, Kappa Delta . . . COLLIER, HARRIET LYNN, fSoph.D, Elba, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . COLLIER, WILLIAM ALEX- ANDER, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . COL- LIER, WILLIAM MARVIN, Ur.D, Titus, Commerce and Business Administration . . . COLLINS, JACQUE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Edu- cation, Phi Mu . . . COLSON, BRYAN WESTLEY, fSoph.D, Han- over, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences . . . COLVIN, IRA BENJAMIN, CFr.D, Carrollton, Arts and Sciences . . . COMER, PAMELA ANN, CFr.D, Florence, Arts and Sciences . . . COMSTOCK, BONITA CAROL, Ur.D, Mobile, Education . . . CONDIT, ROGER B., CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences. Page 498 I E, X mae- +R? Row One: COUCH, NANCY GABA, CFr.J, Winfield, Education, Chi Omega . . . COUND, JOHNEL FISHER, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . COUNSELMAN, WAL- LACE DOVARD, JR., CFLJ, A.P.O. New York, Commerce and Business Administration . . . COUNTS, ROXANN, fFr.J, Tallassee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . COUNTS, SUSAN LYNN, CSoph.J, Tallassee, Education, Delta Zeta . . . COUPIC, KATHLEEN MAR- GARET, CSoph.J, Eufaula, Arts and Sciences . . . COVINGTON, JAMES EDWARD, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . COWART, WADE A. CSoph.J, Russellville, Arts and Sciences . . . COWDEN, ELIZABETH P., CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Educa- tion, Delta Delta Delta . . . COWLEY, CLARENCE LEE, fSoph.J, Pleasant Grove, Arts and sninnnes. How Two: COX, ALICE CONNIE, QFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Eco- nomics . . . COX, ELIZABETH BOLLING, CFr.J, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . COX, GUY DONALD, III, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . COX, JAMES ALLEN, JR., fSoph.J, Bainbridge, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . COX, JEANNE ANN, CSoph.J, Boaz, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . COX, LONNIE G., CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . COX, MARSHA CHRISTINE, fFr.J, Clanton, Commerce and Business Administration . . . COX, MICHAEL RAY, fSoph.J, North Clanton, Arts and Sciences . . . COX, RUBY LUCILLE, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . COX, WILMA OLIVER, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta. Row Three: COYLE, KARENANNE, fS0ph.J, Ras Tanura, Saudi Arabia, Education . . . COZART, MELBA JOYCE, CSoph.J, Tusca- loosa, Arts and Sciences . . . CRABTREE, SUSAN FERRELL, fJr.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . CRADDOCK, MARCY ELIZABETH, CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Education, Chi Omega . . . CRAFT, PAUL GARRETT, CFr.J, Dothan, Engineering . . . CRAIG, ALBERT KUNST, CSoph.J, Selma, Education, Kappa Alpha . . . CRAIG, HORACE EDDIE, CFr.J, Athens, Engineering . . . CRAIG, IRWIN CLAYTON, QJr.j, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . CRAIG, RICHARD NEELY, fFr.J, Fairfield, Arts and Sciences . . . CRAIG, WILLIE C., CFr.J, Yantley, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: CRAMER, ROBERT EDWARD, JR., fSOpl'1.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . CRAPPS, JOHN MORGAN, CSoph.J, Live Oak, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CRAVEN, SAMUEL HAROLD, fJr.J, Andalusia, Commerce and Business Ad- minisufationg Sigma Nu . . . CRAVER, ELLEN FARISH, fSOph.J, Brewton, Education . . . CRAWFORD, BILLY JOE, JR., KFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . CRAWFORD, MARY ANN, CSoph.J, Northport, Education . . . CRAWFORD, RAMONA LYNNE, CJr.j, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . CRAWFORD, WILLIAM DAVID, CSoph.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Delta Chi . . . CREEL, JOE RODNEY, CSoph.J, Flor- ence, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . CREEL, WILLIAM RALPH, CFr. J, Greensboro, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Five: CREQUE, RONALD EDWARD, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . CREW, MARVIN DOUGLAS, fSoph.J, Montgomery, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . CREW, SYLVIA E., fSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . CREWS, JUNE, CFr.J, Huntsville, Nursing . . . CRIDER, PAMELA SUE, CJr.D, Tarrant, Arts and Sciences . . . CRIGLER, JOHN HARRY, CFr.J, Mobile, Engineering . . . CRIM, RALPH KENNETH, JR., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . CROCKER, CHARLES E., fFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . CROCKER, JUDY CLAIRE, CSoph.J, Thomaston, Education, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . CROCKER, LAURA SUSAN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education. Page 500 Row One: CROCKER, PERCY VANDORN, CSoph.J, Jefferson, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . CROCKETT, DAVID WAY- MON, CJLJ, Bynum, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . CROCKETT, CEDNOLJ LEONA, 1Fr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . CRONQUIST, KAREN E., CSoph.J, Miami, Flor- ida, Nursing . . , CROOK, PATRICIA ANN, CJLJ, Atmore, Educa- tion, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . CROSBY, GREGORY LANCE, fJr.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences . . . CROSWHITE, TIMOTHY LINN, CSoph.J, Fairfax, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . CROTTY, REID A., CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CRUTZER, EDWARD WILLIAM, JR., CSoph.D, Richmond, Virginia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CROUCH, CARROLL CBUTCHJ H., CFr.J, Florence, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: CROW, GARY DALTON, fJr.D, Moulton, Arts and Sci- ences . . . CROW, GLEN L. CFr.J, Tuscumbia, Engineering . . . CROWELL, SHERIDA A., CFr.J, Orlanda, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . CRUIKSHANK, DONALD B., fFr.J, Selma, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . CRUMP, ELIZABETH ANN, CSoph.J, Parrish, Education . . . CRUMP, FRANK MILLING- TON, III, CJr.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . CULBERT, LOUISE ANNE, CSoph.J, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . CULBERT, PATRICIA ELEANOR, CFr.D, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . CULBERTSON, MARSHA ANN, fSoph.J, Montgomery, Nursing . . . CULVER, GEORGE EVERETT, CFLJ, Munford, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi. Row Three: CUMBUS, BENJAMIN J., CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . CUMMINGS, SALLY ANN, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . CUMMINGS, THOMAS STEVE, CSoph.J, Lanett, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CUM- MINS, MARIE JOHNETTE, fFr.J, Reform, Education . . . CUN- NINGHAM, JANE BELETA, fJr.J, Jasper, Education . . . CUN- NINGHAM, JOHN E., CFr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . CUNNINGHAM, MONICA LYLE, CFr.J, Bessemer, UNDERGRADUATES Education . . . CURL, MICHAEL EDWARD, QFLJ, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CURREN, CAILUP B. QSONNYD, CFr.J, Fairfield, Engineering, Beta Theta Pi . . . CURRIE, DAVID PAUL, CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: CURRIE, ELIZABETH VICTORIA, CJr.J, Atmore, Arts and Sciences . . . CURRY, HAROLD, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . CURTIS, JULIA WALKER, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . CURTIS, MARY LEIGH, fSoph.J, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . CURTIS, PATRICIA ANNE, CSoph.J, Athens, Arts and Sciences . . . CURTIS, WILLIAM, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . CUSHING, GARY HOLT, CSoph.D, Pensacola, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . CUTRER, WILLIAM HOWARD, CJr.J, Huntsville, Engineering . . . DAFFRON, SUSAN LIDDELL, QFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . DAHLENE, ELLEN HARRIS, CJr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Delta Gamma. Row Five: DAILEY, GEORGE EUGENE, III, QJLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . DAILEY, MILLA JANE, CFLJ, Brent, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Zeta . . . DALEY, JAMES MORRIS, CJr.D, Jackson, Commerce and Business Administration . . . DALEY, MARGARET, fJr.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . DALEY, PATRICIA, CJLJ, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . DAMSGARD, SARAH ELIZABETH, CFr.J, Sheffield, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . DAMSON, THOMAS STEWART, fJr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Sigma Chi . . . DANELUTT, ANGELA RUTH, QFLJ, Sylacauga, Home Economics, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . DANIEL, BETTY GAYLE, fFr.J, Red Bay, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . DANIELS, CAROLYN FAYE, CJr.D, Bay Minette, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi. Page 501 UN DERGRADUATES Row One: DANIELS, REGINA KAY, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Mu . . . DANIELS, WIL- LIAM DORSEY, QFLJ, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . DANLEY, JOEL FRANKLIN, CJr.J, Florence, Arts and Sciences . . . DARDEN, CAROLYN, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . DAUGETTE, ALBURTA MARTIN, CFr.J, Gadsden, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . DAUGHERTY, HAL LA VOID, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . DAUSS- MAN, CYNTHIA LOUISE, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Home Economics . . . DAVENPORT, JO ANN, CFr.J, Huntsville, Education, Phi Mu . . . DAVENPORT, MARY DONNA, CJr.J, Huntsville, Education, Phi Mu . . . DAVENPORT, SUSAN ELLEN, CFr.J, Decatur, Edu- cation. Row Two: DAVIDSON, JAMES VANCE, CFr.J, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . DAVIDSON, LOUIS BIENVILLE, JR., CSoph.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . DAVIDSON, MARVIN MCCOY, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Kappa Sigma . . . DAVIES, ANNA ELIZABETH, CJr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Delta Delta Delta . . . DAVIES, NANCY HELEN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . DAVIES, PEGGY SUE, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . DAVIS, BRENDA MARIE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Phi Mu . . . DAVIS, BURIS PARKER, fSoph.J, Headland, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . DAVIS, BYRON, HARRY, QFr.J, Centre, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Theta Xi . . . DAVIS, CAROL, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega. How Three: DAVIS, CAROLYN MARIA, CSoph.J, Jaclcson's Gap, Education . . . DAVIS, CHARLES ROGER, fFr.J, Clanton, Com- merce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . DAVIS, CHARLES WILSON, CSoph.J, Cleveland, Mississippi, Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . DAVIS, DONNA ROBENA, fSoph.J, Centre- ville, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . DAVIS, DORIS BEVERLY, CSoph.J, Selma, Home Economics, Delta Gamma . . . DAVIS, DUD- LEY FRANK, CSoph.J, Alexander City, Engineering, Phi Kappa Psi . . . DAVIS, GLORIA ELAINE, CSOph.J, Delta, Arts and Sci-ences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . DAVIS, JAMES CONRAD, fS0ph.J, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . DAVIS, JAMESIE CALDWELL, CSoph.J, Greensboro, North Carolina, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . DAVIS, JIMMY WAYNE, fSoph.J, Winfield, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi. Row Four: DAVIS, JUDITH ANN, CSoph.J, Mobile, Education, Delta Zeta . . . DAVIS, JULIA LOUISE, QSoph.J, Moundville, Edu- cation, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . DAVIS, MICHAEL WAYNE, CSoph.J, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . DAVIS, PEGGY JEAN, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . DAVIS, SHARON FAYE, fSop-h.J, Huntsville, Education . . . DAVIS, STEPHEN D., CSoph.J, Hueytown, Engineering . . . DAVIS, STEVEN BRENT, CFLJ, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . DAVIS, SUSAN ELAYNE, fSoph.J, Oxford, Arts and sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . DAVIS, TED BAYLES, qsophq, Ath-ens, Engineering, Theta Chi . . . DAVIS, TOBY VANN, CJr.J, Albertville, Engineering. Row Five: DAY, MARGARET MATTHEWS, CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . DAY, VIRGINIA BRAGG, CFr.J, Decatur, Home Economics, Delta Delta Delta . . . DEAN, CHARLES RICHARD, fSoph.J, Brookwood, Commerce and Business Administration . . . DEAN, MARTHA ANN, CFr.J, Reform, Education, Delta Zeta . . . DEAN, ROBERT EARL, CJr.J, Flomaton, Arts and Sciences . . . DEASON, HENRY MARTIN, JR., fFr.J, Forkland, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . DEDMAN, DOROTHY ANN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Delta Gamma . . . DEE, WILLIAM JOSEPH, CJr.J, Bayonue, New Jersey, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . DE FALCO, GARY TODD, KFLJ, East McKeesport, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . DE JARNETT, GRISELDA DYKE, CFr.J, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences. Page 502 Row One: DE MOUY, WILLIAM GALE, fS0ph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . DENHOLM, SHEILA ANNE, fJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . DE NICE, PAMELA JEANNE, fJr.J, Eaugallie, Florida, Nursing . . . DENNIS, DAVID ARNOLD, Ury, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . DENNIS, ROBERT MICHAEL, CJLJ, Clan- ton, Engineering, Sigma Nu . . . DENT, CATHERINE ANN, fJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . DE PASS, EVELYN CAROLE, CFLJ, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . DEPPENSMITH, DONALD LYNN, CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . DERKSEN, STEVE JAY, CJr.Q, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . DE SHAZO, SANDRA ANN, CSoph.J, Headland, Commerce and Business Admin- istration. How Two: DE SHAZO, STEPHEN LEE, CFr.J, Jackson, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . DES ROCHERS, JAMES M., CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Ep- silon . . . DETTRA, HARRIET ANN, KFLJ, Mobile, Arts and Sci- ences . . . DEWBERRY, JOHN RALPH, CJr.J, Birmingham, Engi- neering, Theta Chi . . . DE WITT, MARY RITA, CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . DIAMOND, BENEDICT JOSEPH, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . DICK, MATTHEW JONATHAN,fJr.J, Opp, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . DICK- ERSON, JOHN ELLIS, JR., CJLJ, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . DICKINSON, LAURA JANICE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Chi Omega . . . DICKSON, HILDA ADELE, fSoph.J, Gadsden, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Row Three: DILEO, EUNICE BEAL, CFr.J, Huntsville, Nursing . . . DILLARD, CHARLES RANDLE, fJr.J, Binningham, Arts and Sci- ences . . . DILLARD, GARY AMON, CFr.J, Columbus, Georgia, Arts and Sciences . . . DILLARD, JULIA PAULETTE, CFLJ, Bir- mingham, Education . . . DILLARD, MURIEL SUSAN, fFr.J, Bessemer, Education, Phi Mu . . . DILLARD, TIMOTHY LEE- Page CJr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . DILSON, SAUL NATHAN, CSoph.D, Queens, Nev York, New York, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . DIN- WIDDIE, LAURA LEE, CFLJ, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . DISMULEE, FRAN TERESA, CFr.D, Fort Rucker, Engineering . . . DITORO, LAWRENCE, QFLDQ West Pittsttn, Pennsylvania, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: DITORO, PETER, CSoph.D, West Pittston, Pennsylvania, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . DIXON, MARY SALE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Delta Gamma . . . DOBBS, MARY EASON, CJr.J, Crossville, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . DOBSON, ROBERT JAMES, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . DOCKERY, EDWARD BURRELL, JR., fJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Theta Tau . . . DODD, JAMES CLIFTON, fFr.J, Mobile, Engineering . . . DODGEN, SHARON ELAINE, CFLJ, Standing Rock, Home Economics . . . DODSON, CHARLES H., CFr.J, Fayette, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . DODSON, JUDITH HARWOOD, CJr.J, Mobile, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . DoDsoN, LYNNE ELLEN, qsophq, Sheffield, Arts and sci- ences, Delta Zeta. Row Five: DODSON, MARTHA DIANE, CFr.J, Gadsden, Education . . . DOIG, WARREN CHES, fSoph.J, Bessemer, Engineering . . . DOLE, EVELYN JANE, fFr.l, Cottondale, Education . . . DOM- NANOVICH, JOSEPH MATTHEW, CJr.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . DONEGAN, GERALD B., CSOph.J, Williams- port, Maryland, Arts and Sciences . . . DONNER, SUZANNE E., fFr.J, Dyersburg, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . DONOHOO, GLEDRA ANNE, CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . DONOHOO, PATRICIA ANNE, CSoph.J, Ozark, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . DOOLEY, CLARE A., fFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . DORLON, HARRY P., JR., CFLJ, Mobile, Com- merce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 503 Row One: DORMAN, LINDA SUE, CSoph.J, Nikingstown, Rhode Island, Arts and Sciences . . . DORMAN, RICHARD THOMAS, CJr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . DOROUGH, JOHN WHITTERKA, fJr.J, Tallassee, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . DORRIS, BILLIE JEAN, CFLJ, Nashville, Tennessee, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . DOSS, REBECCA STONE, CFLJ, Jasper, Arts and Sciences . . . DOSTER, BARBARA ELLEN, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . DOUGLASS, ANGUS GILLIS, III, CSoph.J, De Funiak Springs, Florida, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . DOUGLASS, ELEANOR TOYE, iSoph.J, Ashford, Arts and Sciences . . . DOUGLASS, ROBERT COT- TEN, JR., CJLD, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . DOWDY, DIANE ADELLE, CJr.J, Tusca- loosa, Home Economics. Row Two: DOWLING, HUGH MAC KENZIE, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . DOWLING, RAYMONO BRITTON, fSoph.J, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . DOWNEY, JAMES EDWIN, JR., CJr.D, Scottsboro, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . DOWNS, NOLAN DAWSON, CJr.J, Jasper, Arts and Sciences . . . DOZIER, JUNE MOZELLE, fSoph.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences , . . DRAKE, CYNTHIA L., fFr.j, Blountsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . DREES, BRIAN JOSEPH, fJr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . DREWRY, RICH- ARD LEE, CSoph.J, Aliceville, Engineering, Delta Tau Delta . . . DRINKARD, CHARLOTTE ANN, CFLJ, Foley, Education, Phi Mu . . . DRIVER, RITA DIANNE, CFr.J, Loxley, Arts and Sciences. Row Three: DROWN, DOUGLAS AUBIN, CJr.D, St. Johnsburg, Ver- mont, Commerce and Business Administration . . . DUDLEY, PAULA JEANETTE, fFr.J, Guin, Nursing . . . DUFFEY, MARY LORENE, CFLD, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . DUKE, CAROL JEAN, fFr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Phi Mu . . , DUKE, DAVID BARTON, fSoph.J, Meridian, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . DUKE, PATRICIA GAIL, CFLJ, Mobile, Education . . . DUKE, ROBBIE KAY, QFLJ, Fort Valley, Georgia, Nursing, Delta Gamma . . . DUKE, TULANE WILSON, QFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . DUNAWAY, CHARLES, CJLJ, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . DUNAWAY, JERRE FRANCES, iJr.J, Gadsden, Education, Delta Delta Delta. How Four: DUNCAN, JULIA NORRIS, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . DUNCAN, MARY LYNN, CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . DUNN, DOLORES ANN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education . . . DUNN, JOHN RONALD, CFLJ, Hueytown, Engineering, Delta Chi . . . DUNN, JOHNNY FLOYD, fFr.J, Roanoke, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . DUNN, KATHLEEN, CFLJ, Mobile, Education . . . DUNN, MARTHA CAROL, fSoph.J, Bir- mingham, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . DUNN, RICHARD VAN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . DUNN, ROSIE ANN, CFr.D, Hayden, Arts and Sciences . . . DUPRE, CHARLES 'WILSON, JR., CFr.J, Frogmore, Louisiana, Engineering, Delta Kappa Epsilon. Row Five: DUPRE, MIMI EUGENIA, CSoph.J, Frogmore, Louisiana, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . DURANT, WALTER DOUG- LAS, CJr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . DURHAM, JANE WALL, fSoph.J, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . DUTEIL, SUSAN MAXWELL, QFLJ, Kailva, Hawaii, Education, Kappa Delta . . . DUVALL, ELIZA- BETH DENBY, CSoph.J, Monroeville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . DUVARDO, CAROL ANN, CJr.D, Sparta, Illinois, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . DYAR, REBECCA, CFLJ, Arab, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . DYKEMA, BERNARD GENE, CSOph.J, Magnolia Springs, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Phi . . . EADES, JOHN MARTIN, fJr.D, Tarrant, Commerce and Business Administration . . . EARL, JOHN TERRELL, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences. Page 504 Row One: EARLS, ELLEN BRANDON, CFr.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . EARNEST, JAMES BYT- NEL, fSoph.D, Winfield, Commerce and Business Administration . . . EASTERS, MARTIN CAPPS, CFr.J, Elba, Arts and Sciences . . . ECKHARDT, ELIZABETH ANN, CJr.D, Starkville, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . EDGIL, LINDA SUE, fJr.J, Townley, Education . . . EDWARDS, CHARLES LAMAR, CFLJ, Fairfax, Education . . . EDWARDS, ELIZABETH RUTH, QFIZJ, Anniston, Nursing, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . EDWARDS, LINDA GALE, fFr.J, Tifton, Georgia, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . EDWARDS, RONALD DAVID, CSoph.J, Chicago, Illinois, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . EDWARDS, RUTHIE JEAN, qsophq, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Two: EDWARDS, SUSAN MARY, CSoph.J, Sheffield, Arts and Sciences . . . EDWARDS, SYBLE ANN, fSoph.J, Sulligent, Arts and Sciences . . . EICH, JOAN NICHOLSON, CSoph.J, Cedartown, Georgia, Arts and Sciences . . . ELDER, DOUGLAS JOE, fJr.J, Tusca- loosa, Engineering . . . ELDRIDGE, WILLIAM PHILIP, QFLJ, Mid- land City, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ELGIN, SUSAN, CJr.J, Shreveport, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . ELLIOT, CHARLES CHRISTIAN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . ELLIOT, JUDY SUE, CSoph.J, Hartselle, Arts and Sciences . . . ELLIOT, LENORA JANE, CFr.J, Jasper, Education, Chi Omega . . . ELLIOT, RONALD RAY, lSoph.J, Talladega, Arts and Sciences. Row Three: ELLIS, AUBREY DAKUS, Jr., CSoph.J, Selma, Com- merce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . ELLIS, JANET ANNE, fFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . ELLIS, JOHN FRANK, CJr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . ELLIS, ROBERT LEONARD, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . ELLISON, LINDA ANNE, CFr.j, Sumiton, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . EL- MORE, MARY EARLE, CSoph.J, Troy, Arts and Sci-ences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . ELMORE, PEGGY JOYCE, CSoph.J, Coker, Edu- UNDERGRADUATES cation . . . ELSBERRY, DAVID ALLAN, QFLJ, Tarrant, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . EMERY, DONNA SUE, fJr.J, Knoxville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . EMPLAINCOURT, JACQUES LEON GHISLAIN, CJr.D, Tusca- loosa, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: ENGER, KATHERINE ANNE, CJr.J, Mobile, Education . . . ENGLEBERT, EDWARD LYNN, CJr.J, Huntsville, Engineering . . . ENNIS, ELIZABETH LEA, CJr.J, Livingtson, Education, Kappa Delta . . . EPSMAN, MARCIA LYNN, fJr.J, Birmingham, Educa- tion, Sigma Delta Tau . . . ESPY, JOEL CLEODUS, III, CSoph., Abbeville, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . ESTES, LINDA, CFLJ, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . ESTES, SI-IIRLEY ANN, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . ESTILL, JUDITH DEE ANNE, CFLJ, Cordova, Education . . . ESTIS, WILLIS CLEVE, fJr.J, Pleasant Grove, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Delta Chi . . . ETHERIDGE, CASSANDRA ELIZABETH, CJr.J, Plymouth, North Carolina, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta. Row Five: EUBANKS, DOUBLAS MARVIN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . EUBANKS, LINDA ANN, CFr.J, Pensacola, Florida, Home Economics, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . EVANS, ANNE ELIZABETH, CFLJ, Dothan, Nursing, Alpha Delta Pi . . . EVANS, BARBARA TERESA, CFr.J, Wilmer, Arts and Sciences . . . EVANS, DAVID ALLEN, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineer- ing, Pi Kappa Phi . . . EVANS, MARY CHRISTINE, fFr.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . EVANS, RICHARD PARKER, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Ep- silon . . . EVANS, SYBIL ELAINE, CFLD, Tampa, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . EVEREST, JOHN WILLIAM, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . EZELL, DAVID LESLIE, CFLD, Lisman, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration. Page 505 UNDERGRADUATES Row One: EZELL, JAMES NORMAN, III, CSoph.D, Lisman, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . EZELL, MARY ANN, fFr.D, Laraca, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . EZELL, WILLIAM EDGAR, III, Ur.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . FAHRENBACH, JERI LYNN, fFr.D, Anniston, Arts and Sciences . . . FAIR, ANNIE ZOE, CFr.D, Gordo, Nursing . . . FAIR, HENRY THOMAS, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . FAIRCLOTH, BONNIE ANN, Ur.D, Panama City, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . FAIRCLOTH, MARLENA FITZ- PATRICK, Ur.D, Cottondale, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . FALKNER, EARL BENNETT, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . FALKNER, KATHRYN GREEN, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omega Pi. Row Two: FALKNER, TERRY JUAN, CFr.D, Columbiana, Com- merce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . FAM- BROUGH, ANN ANDERSON, CFr.D, Pell City, Home Economics . . . FAMBROUGH, RAY A., Ur.D, Pell City, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . FANNING, DALLAS WENDALL, Ur.D, Pleuna, Arts and Sciences . . . FARB, PATRICIA HELEN, CSoph.D, Mobile, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . FARGASON, CRAYTON CLAUDE, III, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . FAR- GASON, JEAN CARLETON, Ur.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . FARLEY, MICHAEL LEE, CSoph.D, Binningham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FARR, RAYMOND CHARLES, JR., Ur.D, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . FARRELL, DORA ANN, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sci-ences, Delta Zeta. Row Three: FARRIS, DOUGLAS ROY, fFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FARRIS, JERRY DONALD, fSopb.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . FARROW, MICHAEL RAY, fSoph.D, Athens, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Theta Chi . . . FAUCETT, EUGENIA PATTON, CSoph.D, Northport, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . FAUCETT, JAMES R., fSoph.D, Northport, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . FAUCETT, RACHEL ANITA, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . FAUCETT, SARAH ELIZABETH, CSoph.D, Northport, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . FAUGHT, DEBORAH ANNE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . FAULK, QUITA ANN, iFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . FAULKNER, VERENA LAURA, Ur.D, Union Beach, New Jersey, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Four: FAYARD, JANICE ELLYN, Ur.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . FEAGIN, DOROTHY ALISON, CSoph.D, Monroeville, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . FELDMAN, CHARLES SAMUEL, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . FELDMAN, DAVID FOSTER, Ur.D, Coconut Grove, Florida, Education . . . FEREBEE, GARY JAMES, CFr.D, Birming- ham, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . FERGUSON, ALAN LEE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . FERGUSON, MARY JANE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . FERGUSON, RICHARD LEON, CFr.D, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences . . . FERGUSON, SYNETTA KAYE, Ur.D, Mont- gomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Zeta . . . FERGUSON, VIVIAN SAMPLE, CSoph.D, Decatur, Education, Kappa De ta. Row Five: FERLISI, VIRGINIA N., fSoph.D, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Mu . . . FERRY, KATHY DENISE, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . FERRY, RICHARD G., lFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . FICKLING, GARY ALLEN, CSoph.D, Elberta, Arts and Sciences . . . FIELDS, BARBARA ANN, CFr.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Alpha Chi Omega . . . FIEVET, HAROLD EUGENE, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FIFE, JOHN FREDRICK, fSoph.D, Arts and Sciences, Prattville, Beta Theta Pi . . . FINCH, ELIZABETH, fFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . FINCH, JAMES DAVID, CFr.D, Red Bay, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Alpha . . . FINCH, KENTON TERRENCE, Ur.D, Atlanta, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration. Page 506 'QQ , XXX C m Row One: FINCHER, HELEN ANNE, CSoph.D, Tallassee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . FINK, PAULA JEAN, QFr.D, West Palm Beach, Florida, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . FINKBINDER, JOHN ALAN, Ur.D, Hq. Eur. Geeia Req., APO New York, 09332, Box 1195, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . FINN, LORIN GAYE, fFr.D, Memphis, Tennessee, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . FINN, WILLIAM HARRISON, JR., Ur.D, Sylacauga, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . FINZEL, URSULA ELISABETH, fFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . FISCHER, MARY CATHERINE, Ur.D, Montgomery, Education, Chi Omega . . . FISHER, AMMA NANCE, fSoph.D, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . FISHER, SARAH LOUISE, So h Atmore Nursm FISHWICK DIANA B Fr CP-Ds 4 'g--- , -QC-Ds Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu. Bow Two: FITE, ERNEST ADAMS, Ur.D, Hamilton, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . FITTS, ELEANOR AMM, QSoph.D, Tusca- loosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . FITTS, ROBERT CORNELL, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . FITZ, ELIZABETH VERNON, Ur.D, Birmingham, Education, Kappa Delta . . . FITZGERALL, BILLY RAY, QFr.D, Leighton, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . FITZ- PATRICK, WILLIAM OLIVER, Ur.D, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . FITZSIMMONS, JAMES JEROME, Ur.D, Hunts- ville, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . FLACK, ERIC GRAHAM, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . FLEISHER, DIANE LYN, CSoph.D, Opelika, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . , FLEMING, ALICE ELIZABETH, CSoph.D, Fair- hope, Nursing. Row Three: FLEMING, JO ANN, fSoph.D, Hackleburg, Arts and Sciences . . . FLEMING, VIRGINIA, Ur.D, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . FLESHMAN, LADY WYTHE, CFr.D, Roanoke, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . FLE- WELLEN, LOUISE SPARKS, fSoph.D, Eufaula, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . FLICKINGER, JANET H., CFr.D, Birmingham, 'Ns Education, Delta Zeta . . . FLORENCE, DAVID MICHAEL, qspphq, Cullman, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . FLOWERS, MICHAEL KENNETH, CFr.D, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FLUET, ELLIS ARTHUR, CSoph.D, Monrovia, California, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . FLYNN, RONALD GENE, lSoph.D, Birmingham, Education, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . FOLK, CANDACE HART, fFr.D, New Orleans, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega. Bow Four: FOLE, MARLA GAIL, CFr.D, Montgomery, Nursing . . . FOLKERTS, MICHAEL TAE, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . FONDE, VIRGINIA LYNNE, CSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . FOOSE, L. ELIZABETH, Ur.D, Prinction, New Jersey, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . FOOSE, SARA, CFr.D, Jackson, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . FORD, CARDEE, QFr.D, San Jose, California, Home Economics, Alphe Omi- crom Pi . . . FORD, FRANK NELSON, fFr.D, Huntsville, Engineer- ing, Delta Chi . . . FORD, JAMES IRVING, III, CFr.D, Birmingham, Delta Tau Delta . . . FORD, LUCIA LYLE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . FORD, MARION ELIZABETH, C Fr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences. Row Five: FORDHAM, REBECCA ANNE, fSoph.D, Heflin, Nursing . . . FOREMAN, SHARON ANN, CFr.D, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Nursing . . . FORRESTER, JOHN ESPY, JR., fSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Acaia . . . FORRESTER, RONALD ROY, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . FORSHEE, JAMES WOODROW, JR., fFr.D, Huntsville, Engineering . . . FORSYTHE, DIANE BELL, Ur.D, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . FOSHEE, MELINDA JOY, CFr.D, Red Level, Home Economics . . . FOSS, GARY DOUGLAS, CFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . FOSTER, ALIDA VAN DE GRAFF, Ur.D, Pass Christian, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . FOSTER, ELIZABETH HUNTER, CSoph.D, Carrollton, Education. Page 507 Row One: FOSTER, NANCY ELLIS, fSoph.D, Huntsville, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . FOSTER, TOMMY KENNETH, Ur.D, Bir- mingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . FOUNTAIN, HAROLD STANLEY, JR., lSoph.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . FOUNTAIN, SANDRA SUE, CFr.D, New Castle, Arts and Sciences . . . FOWLER, BARBARA BENEDICT, CFr.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . FOWLER, BRUCE W., CFr.D, Guntersville, Arts and Sciences . . . FOWLER, CONRAD M., CSoph.D, Colum- biana, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . FOWLER, DONNA KAY, fFr.D, Northport, Education . . . FOWLER, JAMES THOMAS, IV, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . FOWLER, JUDY MOR- GAN, CFr.D, Northport, Education. How Two: FOWLER, MICHAEL COKER, fFr.D, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . FOWLER, WILLIAM A., JR., QFr.D, Fayette, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Acacia . . . FOWLKES, HENRY STRATTON, CFr.D, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . FOX, ANNE, CFr.D, Alexander City, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . F OX, JEANNINE ELISE, Ur.D, Fairfax, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Alpha Chi Omega . . . FOX, HELEN ELIZABETH, Ur.D, Alexander City, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . FOXX, BEVERLY ANN, Ur.D, Boaz, Home Economics, Delta Zeta . . . FRANCIS, RUS- SELL JOHN, CSoph.D, Bayswater, Auckland, New Zealand, Arts and Sciences . . . FRANCIS, SHARON GAIL, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts grad Sciences . . . FRANKLIN, JEANNIE MARIA, CFr.D, Birmingham, ucanon. Row Three: FRASIER, KATHY McKENZIE, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . FRAZIER, SYDNEY FLETCHER, JR., Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . FREDERICK, MARY JAN, CFr.D, Lowry AFB, Colorado, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . FREDERICK, SHARON E., CSoph.D, Huntsville, Nursing . . . FREE, NANCY ELIZABETH, CFID, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . FREEMAN, JENNIFER KAYE, Ur.D, Hance- ville, Arts and Sciences . . . FREEMAN, MARY BETH, fSoph.D, Athens, Nursing . . . FRENCH, DOROTHY GENE, CSoph.D, Mobile, Nursing . . . FRENCH, GEORGE CURTIS, CSoph.D, Gadsden, Education . . . FRICKE, HERBERT WHATLEY, CSoph.D, Cullman, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma. Row Four: FRIDAY, JACK PITTS, JR., CSOph.D, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . FRIDAY, WILLIAM CURTIS, QFLDQ Sylacauga, Arts and Sciences . . . FRIED, MARTIN J., CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . FRIEDMAN, SHIRLEY MARLENE, 1Fr.D , Biloxi, Mississippi, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . FRIERSON, MARY ALICE, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Xi Delta , . . FRITH, THOMAS POINDEXTER, fFr.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . FRITTS, ENID JEANNE, Ur.D, Pompano Beach, Fla., Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . FRIX, SONNY LEE, Ur.D, Phil Campbell, Education . . . FROCKT, SANDEE ROSE, CFr.D, Louisville, Kentucky, Nursing, Sigma Delta Tau . . . FROMM, KAREN LYNN, CSoph.D, Wyckoff, New Jersey, Chemistry. Row Five: FULLER, BONNIE JEAN, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Nursing . . . FULLER, DAVINE YVONNE, CSoph.D, Hueytown, Arts and Sciences . . . FULMER, DONNY LYNN, CSoph.D, Trussville, Engi- neering . . . GAILLARD, FANNY KNIGHT, fFr.D, Monroeville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . GAITTEN, GRACE IMOGENE UEAND, Ur.D, Sylacauga, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . GALLO, BUF FA CAROLYN, fFr.D, Daleville, Home Economics . . . GALLO- WAY, JOHN GARON, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . GALLOWAY, LYDIA ANN, Ur.D, Anniston, Education . . . GALLOWAY, THOMAS MARLOWE, JR., fFr.D, Mobile, Engineering, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . GAMBLE, ELIZABETH ANN CBETHD, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Education. Page 503 Row One: GAMBLE, PATRICIA GAIL, CSoph.J, Hanceville, Home Economics . . . GAMBRELL, DEAN ALLAN, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . GAMMAGE, DANIEL DAVIS, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . GANAWAY, JOHN EWIN, CFLD, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . '. GANN, DON- ALD F., fFr.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences . . . GANN, JAY ALLEN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GAN- NON, HERBERT HUEY, JR., CJr.D, Enterprise, Arts and Sciences . . . GANT, CATHERINE ANN, CSoph.J, Fairfield, Education . . . GANT, KATHERINE ELIZABETH, CJr.J, McMinnville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . GARDNER, DAVID J., CFr.J, Thomasville, Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta. Row Two: GARDNER, DOROTHY JOAN, fFr.7, Thomasville, Edu- cation, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . GARDNER, LLOYD LINDSEY, CJr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Theta Xi . . . GARDNER, WILLIAM EARL, CJLJ, Demopolis, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . GARLAND, MARK V., KFLD, Enterprise, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . GARNER, ALLEN WAYNE, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . GARNER, JOSEPH SIDNEY, JR., CFr.J, Fort Walton Beach, Florida, Engineering . . . GARNER, ROBERT E. LEE, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . GARNER, ROSALIE GASSER, CFLJ, Gadsden, Arts and Sci- ences, Delta Delta Delta . . . GARNER, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, CFr.J, Lipscomb, Engineering . . . GARRETT, DAYLE RUTH, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Education, Pi Beta Phi. Bow Three: GARRETT, FLOYD CLYDE, fJr.Q, Birmingham, Edu- cation . . . GARRETT, JAMES WILLIS, JR., fJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . GARRETT, JAN P., CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . GARRIS, MAR- SHA, CJr.D, Leroy, Education, Chi Omega . . . GARRISON, HONEY, CSoph.D, Eufaula, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . GARRISON, HOWARD HASTON, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business UNDERGRADUATES Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . GARRISON, SUZANNE, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . GARVIN, DURRICE, CSoph.J, Florala, Engineering . . . GASKINS, GLENN OWEN, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . GASPAROVICH, GEORGIA, fFr.J, Tusca- loosa, Education. Row Four: GATES, ALMA GENE, CSoph.J, Greensboro, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Chi Omega . . . GATES, BAR- BARA ANITA, CSoph.D, Vincent, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . GATES, CONNIE, fFr.J, Athens, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Phi Mu . . . GATES, PAT JEWEL, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Home Economics . . . GATES, RODNEY DEAN, CSoph.J, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . GATWOOD, DARLENE, fJr.J, Huntsville, Education . . . GAUNTT, WILLIAM MARSHALL, fFr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Bus- iness Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . GAUS, KATHRYN SUE, fFr.J, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GAUT, MARYANNE R., CSoph.J, Sylacauga, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . GEBHART, DAVID EARL, CJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Five: GEHRI, RICHARD STEVEN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . GEISSLER, KATHARINA RENATE, CFLD, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . GENTEL, SUSAN KAY, CFr.J, Scottsboro, Education . . . GENTRY, LINDA CAROL, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Nursing . . . GEORGE, LINDA ANITA, CFLJ, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . GEORGE, NANCY DAWSON, fFr.Q, Hunts- ville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . GERALD, MIRIAM FRANCES, CFr.D, Clanton, Arts and Sciences . . . GERMAN, TOM- MIE ESCOE, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Home Economics . . . GHOL- STON, RON, CFLJ, Jasper, Arts and Sciences . . . GIATTINA, GERALD EUGENE, CJLD, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration. Page 509 UNDERGRADUATES Row One: GIBSON, ARTHUR LYNN, JR., QFLJ, Huntsville, Com- merce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . GIBSON, BETTY, CSoph.J, Dadeville, Education . . . GIBSON, BETTY CAROL, fSoph.J, Haleyville, Arts and Sciences . . . GIBSON, CALA CAROL, fSoph.J, Decatur, Nursing, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . GIBSON, JAMES B., CSoph.J, Brantley, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GIBSON, JAMES MILTON, CFLJ, Brewton, Arts and Sciences . . . GIBSON, JEANETTE ANN, fFr.J, Enterprise, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . GIBSON, ROBERT ADAMS, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . GILBERT, DONALD RAY, fFr.j, Bryant, Engineering . . . GILBERT, GREGORY WILLIAM, CFLJ, York, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega. Row Two: GILBERT, HARRIET CLAIRE, QFLJQ Birmingham, Edu- cation . . . GILBERT, STEPHEN FRANCIS, QFLJ, Fairfield, Com- merce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . GILLESPIE, LINDA ANN, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Admin- istration . . . GILLIAM, LINDA FAYE, lFr.J, Kennedy, Education . . . GILLILAND, JAMES ALFRED, CJr. J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . GILLINGHAM, THOMAS GREGORY, KFLJ, Monessin, Pennsylvania, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . GIRTMAN, JOHN CARL, III, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . GLADISH, MARTHA LYNN, CFLJ, Scottsboro, Arts and Sciences . . . GLASER, PETER DAGGETT, CFLJQ Gallion, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Theta Chi . . . GLASS, EUGENE FOSTER, fSoph.D, Bir- mingham, Engineering, Phi Kappa Psi. Row Three: GLASS, JERRY WAYNE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . GLASS, PATRICK DANIEL- 1 CFr.J, Linden, Arts and Sciences . . . GLASS, SHANNON LEE, fFr.J, Eufaula, Education, Phi Mu . . . GLASSER, MARY JANE, fFr.J- Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . GLEISBERG 2 3 JAMES WILLLAM,' CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . GLENN, JOHN FRANK, CFr.J, Ensley, Engineering . . . GLISSON, DEANNE KATHRYN, CJr.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . GLOVER, EMILY, CJr.J, Leroy, Education, Chi Omega . . . GLOVER, EVELYN J., lFr.J, Greensboro, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . GLOVER, JERRY RONALD, CSoph.D, Ozark, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma. Row Four: GLOVER, LARRY REYNOLD, fJr.J, Stewart, Engineer- ing . . . GLOVER, MADOLYN CAMILLE, IFLJ, Dallas, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . GOATLEY, PAMELA SUSAN, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . GOD- BOLD, LEONARD WILLIAM, CFLJ, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . GODFREY, FRANK MICHAEL, Um, Mom- gomery, Education . . . GODSEY, JOHN BOYCE, fSoph.J, Tarrant, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . GODWIN, LENFORD NELSON, fJr.J, Albertville, Engineering . . . GODWIN, MICHAEL ORVILLE, CSoph.D, Albertville, Engineering . , . GOE- BEL, WILLIAM GRAHAM, CJr.J, Sheffield, Arts and Sciences . . . GOFF, ROBERT CLARK, CSoph.J, Evansville, Indiana, Education, Phi Sigma Kappa. How Five: GOFORTH, GARY A., CJr.J, Barry, Illinois, Arts and Sciences . . . GOINES, HAROLD H., CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . GOINS, ARLAN MERREL, fJr.J, Bir- mingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GOINS, MAR- ILYN JUANICE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . GOLD- BERG, DAN ARTHUR, CFLJ, Belzoni, Mississippi, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . GOLDSMITH, SHARON LYNNE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . GOLDTHWAITE, CHARLES ANDERSON: CSoph.J, Manchester, Missouri, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi . . . GOLINSKY, WILLIAM ALEC, CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . GOLOMB, BIRRY LYNDA, CSOph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . GOODE, J. KENNETH, CJLJ, Morris, Com- merce and Business Administration. '59, Page 510 'lp-J I E35mQglQmRjaii How One: GOODMAN, DONALD WALTER, fSoph.D, Northport, Arts and Sciences . . . GOODROE, JULIE ANNE, Ur.D, Grand Bay, Education . . . GOODSON, ELLIS YOUNG, fFr,D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . GOODWIN, BENNY H., CFr.D, Tuscumbia, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . COODVVIN, IOE DENNIS, CSoph.D, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . GOODWIN, PEGGY, CSoph.D, Trussville, Arts and Sciences . . . GOODWIN, TOMMY LEE, CSoph.D, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . GOOD- WYN, JANET LEIGH, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . GOODVVYN, SUSAN ANNE, CFr.D, Montgomery, Home Economics, Delta Delta Delta . . . GORDON, ANN, Ur.D, Atlanta, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon. Row Two: GORDON, VICKI ANN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau . . . GORMAN, CLENDA RENELLE, Ur.D, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . GORNSTEIN, SHAYA KAREN, CSoph.D, Lincohnwood, Illinois, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . GORTNEY, REBECCA KAYE, fSoph.D, Sylacauga, Education . , . GOSSETT, VVILLIAM HERBERT, CSoph.D, Bir- mingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GOWAN, MARSHA GAIL, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Home Economics . . . GRAF, PHILLIP, lFr.D, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . GRAHAM, EDWARD WITT, III, QSoph.D, Nash- ville, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . GRAHAM, EMILY DIANNE, CSoph.D, Attalla, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . GRAHAM, WALTER IVEY, Ur.D, Millbrook, Com- merce and Business Administration, Theta Chi. Row Three: GRAMLIND, IANICE LYNN, Ur.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . GRANATELLI, ROBERT W., fSoph.D, Hamp- ton Bays, New York, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Xi . . . GRANT, ADRIAN MERVYN, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . GRANT, RUTH ELLEN, Ur.D, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . GRAVES, Page HENRY CLAY, CSoph.D, Demopolis, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . GRAVES, LUCY MEREDITH, Ur.D, Montgomery, Home Economics, Kappa Delta . . . GRAVES, RODNEY REECE, CFr,D, Killen, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . GRAVES, VERA NELL, CFr.D, Elba, Nursing . . . GRAVETTE, CHARLES MICHAEL, CSoph.D, Bir- mingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GRAVITT, BRENDA CARLENE, fSoph.D, Bearcreek, Arts and Sciences. How Four: GRAY, BEVERLY SUE, fFr.D, Prattville, Education . . . GRAY, CAROL ANN, fSoph.D, Ellcmont, Home Economics, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . GRAY, DAPHNE ELAINE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . GRAY, ELIZABETH RANDOLPH, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . GRAY, LINDA GAIL, QSoph.D, Chatom, Arts and Sciences . . . GRAY, LINDA GAIL, fFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . GREEN, BENNY JACK, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . GREEN, CONNIE BETH, Ur.D, Hanceville, Home Economics . . . GREEN, ELLYN CAROLE, Ur.D, Alexandria, Virginia, Home Economics . . . GREEN, JOHN WILLIAM, III, CFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha. Row Five: GREEN, KENNETH WAYNE, fFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Com- merce and Busin-ess Administration . . . GREEN, MARILYN THER- ESA, Ur.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . GREEN, MARY JANET, CSoph.D, Union Springs, Education . . . GREEN, SUSAN KIRBY, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . GREENE, DONNA MARGARET, fS0ph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . GREENE, EMMIE EVELYN, fSoph.D, Wedowee, Education . . . GREENE, MARY ELLEN, CFr.D, Hunts- ville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GREER, GARY DONALD, fFr.D, Quinton, Engineering . . . GREER, TOMMY LEE, CSoph.D, Troy, Education, Delta Tau Delta . . . GRECG, JOHN ROBERT, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education. 511 Row One: CONERLY, ANN CONERLY, CJr.J, Jackson, Education . . . CONERLY, CONSTANCE JANE, CJr.J, Jackson, Mississippi, Education, Chi Omega . . . CONNELL, FLOYD, JR., CFr.J, Cull- man, Commerce and Business Administration . . . CONRAD, JAMES E., fJr.J, Sarasota, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . COOGAN, RICH- ARD, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . COOK, CARLA, CFr.J, Elba, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . COOK, CAROL LYNN, QJr.J, Florence, Arts and Sciences . . . COOK, CAROLYN CLEVELAND, CSoph.J, Mobile, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . COOK, DIANE, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Nursing . . . COOK, MICHAEL DONALD, CSoph.J, Lanett, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Delta Tau Delta. Row Two: COOK, PATSY RUTH, fJr.J, Pusamataha, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Gamma . . . COOK, RITA DIAN, CSoph.J, Carbon Hill, Education . . . COOK, WILLIAM MARVIN, fSoph.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences . . . COOKE, CAROLYN JOAN, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . COOKE, HUBERT RAYMOND, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . COOKE, STEPHEN DEAN, fJr.J, Norfolk, Virginia, Arts and Sci- ences, Theta Xi . . . COOLEY, DAVID GUTHRIE, fFr.l, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences . . . COOLEY, GLORIA GWENDOLYN, fFr.l, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . COOMBS, BARBARA JEAN, fFr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . COONEY, LINDA SUE, CFr.J, Daphne, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega. Row Three: COOPER, BENJAMIN YANCY, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . COOPER, JAMES PERSHING, JR., CSoph.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . COOPER, JANET GIBBONS, fFr.D, Deerfield Beach, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . COOPER, LEO KING, JR., CFr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . COOPER, MARCIA SHARRON, CSoph.J, Jasper, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau . . . COOPER, MILDRED CMILIJ EVELYN, CJr.J, Meridan, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . COOPER, TAMSIE ANN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . COPE, WILLIAM ALAN, CFr.J, Warrior, Engineering . . . COPELAND, B. B., II, fFr.J, Fairfield, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . COPELAND, CHARLES MOOREHEAD, JR., CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Kappa Sigma. Row Four: COPELAND, GLENDA FAY, CSoph.J, Hartselle, Educa- tion . . . coPPocK, CHARLES VAN, 4Fr.p, Bimiiiigham, com- merce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . COP- POCK, DONALD RAY, fFr.J, Oneonta, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . COPPOCK, RONALD GARY, fJr.J, Oneonta, Arts and sciences . . . CORAZZARI, PHILLIP NELSON, CSoph.J, De- catur, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . COR- DELL, MARILYN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Delta Zeta . . . CORDER, JAMES MASON, CFLJ, Athens, Arts and Sci- ences, Phi Delta Theta . . . CORDES, RALPH CORDES, fFr.J, Arab, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . CORINA, ALFRED CALISTO, lSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . CORK, SARAH ANN, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences. Row Five: CORLEW, LIZ, CJr.J, Aberdeen, Mississippi, Education . . . CORNEIL, TERRY CHRISTOPHER, CSoph.J, Enterprise, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . CORNUTT, RONALD JAMES, fSoph.J, Gadsden, Education, Phi Eta Sigma . . . CORUM, EDNA CATHERINE, CFr.J, Albertville, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . COSBY, THOMAS DALE, fFr.J, Rogersville, Arts and Sciences . . . COSBY, THOMAS RICE, fSoph.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . COSHATT, RONALD HEWLETT, CJr.l, Pell City, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . COT- TINGHAM, DAVID T., CFr.l, Jacksonville, Arts and Sciences . . . COTTON, STEPHAN HAROLD, fJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . COUCH, JANE MAURICE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi. Page 499 Row One: GREGORY, LYNN TOMLINSON, fFr.Q, Birmingham, Home Economics, Kappa Delta . . . GRESHAM, CHERYL KAY, CFr.J, Huntsville, Nursing . . . GRESHAM, ELLEN, CFr.l, Birmingham, Education, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . GRIER, ROSA MARGARET, tSoph.D, Mobile, Education, Delta Zeta . . . GRIFFIN, BEVERLY SUE, CFLJ, Evergreen, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . GRIFFIN, DAVID GRAHAM, CFLD, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . GRIFFIN, ELIZABETH ANN, CJr.D, Bessemer, Arts and Pi . . . GRIFFIN, HELEN SUE, fJr.J, GRIFFIN, JERRY WAYNE, CFr.J, and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . GRIFFIN, JOHN THOMAS, III, fFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences. Sciences, Alpha Delta Blountsville, Education . . . Demopolis, Commerce Row Two: GRIFFIN, JUDITH DIANA, fS0ph.J, Cullman, Education . . . GRIFFIN, LILA ANNE, CFr.J, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . GRIFFIN, LOUISE, CSoph.D, Troy, Nurs- ing . . . GRIFFIN, MARSHA EVELYN, fJr.D, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . GRIFFIN, MICHAEL GARY, CFr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . GRIFFIN, RAYMOND CLYDE, JR., CFr.D, Greens- boro, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . GRIFFIN, WILLIAM MICHAEL, CJr.J, Northport, Education . . . GRIFFIS, JACK EDWIN, CJr.j, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . GRIFFIS, JAN LEN, CJr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . GRIFFITH, RONALD JUDSON, CSOph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Three: GRIGSBY, RAYMOND MICHAEL, CFr.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . GRIMES, LINDA LOUISE, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . GRIMSLEY, KAREN OLETA, fFr.J, Dothan, Education . . . GRISHMAN, NAOMI ELIZABETH, CJr.D, Biloxi, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . GRIZZARD, JANICE ANN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Page Delta Pi . . . GROSS, SUSAN JANE, fSoph.D, Montgomery, Educa- tion, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . GROVE, ALAN F., fSoph.J, Montgom- ery, Arts and Sciences . . . GRUSIN, DAVID J., lFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . GRUSNICK, CONSTANCE HALLITA, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education . . . GRYDER, THOMAS SCOTT, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma. Row Four: GUGLIOTTA, NANCY C., fSoph.J, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . GUIN, TOMMY HAROLD, CJLJ, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . GULLEDGE, GAYLORD KEITH, CJr.D, Loxley, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GULLO, CATHERINE ANN, CFr.l, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . GUM, CHARLOTTE LEE, fFr.D, Nauvoo, Arts and Sciences . . . GUMPRECHT, MARY M., CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . GUNNELLS, JAMES EMMETT, CFr.l, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . GUNSELMAN, CHARLES HOWARD, CSoph.D, Ensley, Engineering . . . GUNTER, GUY FLEMING, III, CFr.D, Opelika, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . GUNTER, MARY LYNN, CSoph.J, Sylacauga, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Five: GUNTER, VIRGINIA RANDALL, CFLQ, Sylacauga, Edu- cation, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . GURGANUS, RALPH HERBERT, CSoph.lg Cordova, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GURLEY, MICHAEL EDWARD, CSoph.J, Talladega, Commerce and Business Administration . . . GUTHRIE, GARY LEE, CSoph.D, Jonesboro, Arkansas, Engineering . . . GUTHRIE, ROBERT HAROLD, CFr.l5 Montgomery, Engineering . . . GWIN, CAROLYN FIELDS, CJLJ5 Mobile, Education, Phi Mu . . . GWIN, JANE BENTLEY, fJr.J5 Jasper, Nursing, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . GWYNN, CYNTHIA IRIS, CSoph.J, Grove Hill, Education . . . HABSHEY, JOHN A., QFr.lg Birmingham, Engineering, Delta Tau Delta . . . HACKER, CAROL RUTH, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma. 512 Row One: HACKER, EDWARD BING, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . HAGER, CHARLES J., III, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Engineering, Delta Chi , . . HAGERTY, JUDITH LEIGH, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . HAGGARD, JAYN NOWELL, fSoph.D, Columbus, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . HAGLER, JOHN P., JR., Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . HAGOOD, FRANK THOMAS, Ur.D, Montgomery, Arts 'and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . HAGOOD, MARGARET RUSSELL, CSoph.D, Evergreen, Education, Chi Omega . . . HAHN, HILDEGARDE LOUISE, Ur.D, Northport, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HAIGH, SANDRA G., fFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Chi Omega . . . HAIGLER, MITCHELL BENJAMIN, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: HAIGLER, WILLIAM RICHARDS, CFr.D, Burkeville, En- gineering . . . HALE, CECELIA, CFr.D, Pine Apple, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HALE, CONSTANCE SIBYL, fFr.D, Anniston, Education . . . HALL, CAROL PAULETTE, CSoph.D, Wetumpka, Arts and Sciences . . . HALL, CAROLYN CHRISTINE, CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . HALL, JUDITH ANN, Ur.D, Bir- mingham, Education . . . HALL, MARVIN DONALD, fFr.D, Cam- den, Arts and Sciences . . . HALL, SAMUEL JOHATHAN, IV, CSoph.D, Ashford, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . HALL, WILLIAM A., CSoph.D, Red Level, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . HALLIDAY, PAT, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta. Row Three: HALLMAN, ROBERT LEE, CFr.D, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences . . . HALSEY, LAURA LANIER, Ur.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . HAMILTON, DOROTHY JANE, CFr.D, Frisco City, Nursing, Alpha Chi Omega . . . HAMILTON, KATRINA, CFr.D, Gadsden, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HAMILTON, LOU ANN, CSoph.D, Decatur, Home Economics, Delta Delta Delta . . . HAMILTON, PALMER CLARKSON, CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . HAMITER, JOHN CECIL, JR., fFr.D, Gadsden, Arts UNDERGRADUATES and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . HAMLETT, ROSA GUNTER, CSoph.D, Orrville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . HAMMETT, CAROLYN FLEMING, CFr.D, New Orleans, La., Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . HAMMOCK, JERRIANNE, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Four: HAMMOCK, MAMIE JO, CFr.D, Birmingham, Education . . . HAMMOND, JESSE CHARLES, fFr.D, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HAMMOND, MELANIE GAIL, fFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . HAMMOND, NANCY, CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . HAMMOND, SUSAN ELAINE, C F r.D, Lexington, Kentucky, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . HAMPSHIRE, MARY LOU, CFr.D, Mobile, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HAMPTON, MARY ELIZABETH, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Xi Delta . . . HAMRIC, BONARD WESLEY, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . HAMRICK, GLEN RAY, fFr.D, Huntsville, Engineering, Sigma Chi . . . HAN- COCK, CAROLYN MONETTE, CFr.D, Fairfax, Education. Row Five: HANCOCK, LAURA HANCOCK, fS0ph.D, Fairfax, Arts and Sciences . . . HANECAK, SHELLEY ANNE, CFr.D, McLean, Virginia, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HANES, BEVERLY ANNE, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Zeta . . . HANES, REBECCA ANN, CFr.D, Jackson, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences . . . HANEY, F. MICHAEL, CSoph.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . HANEY, MARY SUSAN, fFr.D, Albert- ville, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . HANKINS, JUNE LEANN, Ur.D, Hamilton, Education, Phi Mu . . . HANLIN, SANDRA KAY, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . HANN, DIANAH MARIE, CFr.D, Mountain Creek, Nursing . . . HANNA, BARBARA JEAN, QSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences. Page 513 UNDERGRADUATES Row One: HANNAN, CHARLES J., CSoph.J, Scotic, New York, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . HANSEN, JOHN PETER, CFLJ, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . HARBERT, CAROLE ANN, fSoph.J, Spring- field, Virginia, Nursing . . . HARBERT, PARTICIA JEAN, fFr.J, Springfield, Virginia, Nursing, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HARDESTY, JANE NORRIS, CFr.l, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Delta Delta Delta . . . HARDIE, SAM, fSoph.Q, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi D-elta Theta . . . HARDIE- JOUSKI, ALEC, fJr.J, Port Arthur, Ontario, Arts and Sciences . . . HARDIN, JOE DALE, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . HARDIN, MELVIN DALLAS, JR., CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . HARDING, JAMES ARTHUR, CFr.l, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion. Row Two: HARDISON, SANDRA LEE, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Educa- tion . . . HARDWICK, MELVA JANE, CSoph.D, Alabaster, Educa- tion . . . HARDY, JAMES EDWIN, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . HARDY, JAN REID, CJr.J, Montgomery, Education, Kappa Delta . . . HARDY, SUSAN HENDERSON, CJLD, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . HARGETT, DANNY JOE, Cl-7'r.D, Russellville, Engineering . . . HARGROVE, ALAN THOMAS, fSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Acl- ministration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . HARMON, CAROL JEAN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . HARMON, JOHN THOMAS, QFr.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HAROLD, JERRY WAYNE, CJr.l, Brewton, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi. Row Three: HARPER, BETSY JANET, CFr.D, Milton, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . HARPER, FRANCES ELAINE, CFr.D, Athens, Arts and Sci-ences . . . HARRIS, CHARLES BENARD, II, CFLD, Atlanta, Georgia, Arts and Sciences . . . HARRIS, DOROTHY MOR- ROW, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . HARRIS, EDWIN ARNOLD, fFr.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . HAP BURGIN, CSoph.D, Mobile, Home Economics, HARRIS, JO ANN, CFr.J, Montgomery, Commerc ministration, Delta Delta Delta . . . HARRIS, KA'l fFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta KERMIT REGINALD, QFLJ, Holt, Arts and Scif MARY BLEUINS, CJr.j, Winfield, Commerce ax istration, Chi Omega. Row Four: HARRIS, SAMUEL JUDSON, III, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappi WILLIAM DAVIS, CJr.J, Northport, Arts and E RISON, DON LAUANCE, CSoph.J, Gadsden, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . HARRISON, HERBER Hueytown, Commerce and Business Administre Alpha . . . HARRISON, JAMES GOODLOE, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Ch JAY SCOTT, fJr.D, Guntersville, Engineering . . . CLARA, CJr.l, 'Pleasant Grove, Education . . . Q MARY, CFr.J, Mobile, Home Economics, Pi Bet: SON, SUZANNE, fJr.D, Eufaula, Commerce ant tration . . . HARRISON, VIRGINIA AMELIA, Arts and Sciences. Row Fioe: HARRISON, WILLIAM G., CJr.D, The and Business Administration . . . HART, ROBE Neptune Beach, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Pi HARTLEY, DEAN CARLISLE, CSoph.D, Birmi . . . HARTLEY, ROBERT REED, CFLJ, Birmingl Business Administration . . . HARTZOG, KEI CFLJ, Clio, Arts and Sciences . . . HARWELL, ' ette, Education, Chi Omega . . . HASKELL, I Huntsville, Home Economics . . . HASKINS, JU Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, HASSELL, VERNA MELISSA, CFr.D, Bessemer, . . . HASSINGER, RICHARD CHARLES, JR., Engineering, Theta Chi. 'ls' ' L- S Page 514 Row One: HASTINGS, MARTHA JEAN, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Educa- tion . . . HATTON, WANDA ELAINE, CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . HAUGHTON, GINNY ELIZABETH, fFr.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HAUPT, LAURA ELLEN, CFL J, Pensacola, Florida, Home Economics . . . HAUSER, JOHN MARK, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . HAVARD, JESSE BOYD, JR., CJr.J, Distant Heights, Maryland, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HAWKINS, ANN HAYDEN, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Delta Delta Delta . . . HAWKINS, CARYL JEAN, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HAWKINS, DONALD C., CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . HAWKINS, DOROTHY KAY, CFLJ, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: HAWKINS, EUGENE CYRIL, JR., CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . HAWLEY, MARY BEVERLY, fJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . HAYES, EUGENE CLARK, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Beta Theta Pi . . . HAYES, GEORGE MARLAND, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Acacia . . . HAYES, HARRIET CECILIA, CSoph.J, Kellyton, Education . . . HAYES, JAMES PATRICK, JR., CSoph.J, Brewton, Engineering, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . HAYLES, LOUIE ROSCOE, CJr.J, Monroeville, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . HAYLES, SANDRA CSANDYJ NELL, CFr.J, Huntsville, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . HAYNES, C. ZOE, CFr.J, Anniston, Education . . . HAYNES, DAVIS TILDEN, QFr.J, Bainbridge, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi Row Three: HAYNES, SUSAN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education . . . HAYNIE, REBECCA GAIL, CSoph.J, Pike Road, Education, Chi Omega . . . HAYS, ELEANOR CARNEY, fSoph.J, Camden, Educa- tion, Delta Gamma . . . HAYS, SANDRA SCOTT, fFr.J, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . HAYS, WILLIAM H., CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . HAYWOOD, PEGGY ANN, fFr.J, Jacksonville, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HAZZARD, MENA HALL, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . HEACOCK, PEGGY ANNE, CSoph.J, Washington, D.C., Home Economics . . . HEAD, BENNY STUART, CFLJ, Birmingham, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . HEALD, DAVID GRANT, CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: HEARN, JOEL P., CJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . HEARN, LYNDA ANNETTE, fFr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . HEBSON, LYNDA JANE, fSoph.J, Alexander City, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . HECKEROTH, CHRIS, CFr.J, Huntsville, Engineering . . . HEERMANS, ELIZABETH ANN, CSoph.Q, Anniston, Education, Chi Omega . . . HELLER, SUSAN CAROLINE, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . HELLUMS, WALLACE WILLIAM, fFr.J, Red Bay, Arts and Sciences . . . HELMER, CLYDE ARTHUR, CJr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HELMS, MICHAEL H., CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . HELTON, TERRY ALLEN, QFLJ, Birmingham, Engineering. How Five: HEMMERT, KAY ELLEN, CFLJ, Elberta, Nursing . . . HENDERSON, C. RICHARD, CSoph.J, Northport, Engineering . . . HENDERSON, JANET DOREES, KFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HENDERSON, JOHN CLEDITH, JR., CFLJ, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . HENDERSON, JOHN WILLIAM, fFr.J, Engineering . . . HENDERSON, MARGARET GENE, CJLJ, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HENDERSON, PAULA, fFr.J, Bessemer, Home Economics . . . HENDON, BARRY TRAMMELL, fJr.D, Bir- mingham, Engineering, Theta Tau . . . HENDON, SANDRA GALE, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . HENDRICKS, PAUL NICHOLS, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Delta Chi. Page 515 Row One: HENDRIX, CYNTHIA JANE, CSopl'i.J, Blountsville, Edu- cation . . . HENDRIX, JAMES D., CJLJ, Russellville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HENDRIX, SANDRA MAXINE, fFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . HENINGER, MICHAEL R., CSoph.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . HENNINGER, FRANCES JEN- NINE, QFr.J, Stevenson, Education . . . HENRY, DIANE LEE, CFLD, Greensboro, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . HENRY, SUELLEN, CSoph.Q, LaFayette, Education . . . HENSON, EDWIN EARL, CFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Pi Kappa Phi . . . HENSON, JAMES WALTON, JR., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Phi Kappa Psi . . . HERBERT, MARY ANN, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Education, Pi Beta Phi. Row Two: HERROD, SUZANNE AUGUSTA, fJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Edu- cation, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . HEREFORD, JOE MACK, CSoph.J, Hazel Green, Engineering . . . HERLONG, WARREN CANDLER, CFLD, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . HERNAN- DEZ, SAMUEL ROBERT, CSoph.J, Vicksburg, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . HERNDON, THOMAS DAVID, fFr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . HERRING, CHARLES CALLAWAY, fFr.J, Lanett, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HERRING, DEBORAH DIANTHA, CJLJ, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HERRING, VANN MAX, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . HER- RINGTON, NORMA LEE, CJr.J, Topeka, Kansas, Arts and Sciences . . . HERSHISER, GLORIA FAIR, QFLJ, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences. Row Three: HERVIG, NAN L., CJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . HESTER, LANA, CFr.D, Aliceville, Arts and Sciences . . . HESTER, LARRY DENTON, CFr.J, Tuscumbia, Engi- neering . . . HEWES, MARGARET SKELLY, fJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . HEWES, ROBERT STANLEY, fJr.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . HICKS, EDWARD BONNELL, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Page Chi . . . HICKS, PARTICIA JEAN, lJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Delta Gamma . . . HIGGINBOTHAM, PATRICIA ANNE, QJLJ, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . HIGGIN- BOTHAM, SUSAN STEPHENS, lFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . HIGGINS, CHARLES DOUGLAS, CFr.J, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Four: HIGGINS, JOHN BRITT, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . HIGGINS, WILLIAM K., JR., Fair- field, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . HIGHTOWER, JIMMY, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . HILL, ANNETTE, CSoph.J, Carrollton, Arts and Sciences . . . HILL, EVELYN SANDRA, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Nursing . . . HILL, JANE ALESE, CSoph.J, Bogalusa, Louisiana, Delta Gamma . . . HILL, JOHN DAVID, fSoph.J, Talladega, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . HILL, LUNA JEANETTE CJEANNIEJ, CJr.J, Gulfport, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences . . . HILL, MARY JANE, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . HILL, SHELLEY DONNA, CSoph.J, West Palm Beach, Florida, Arts and Sciences. Row Five: HILLARD, EDWARD DONLINE, fJr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . HILLEKE, JEFFERY BRETT, fFr.J, Gadsden, Engineering , . . HILLMAN, JAMES DWIGHT, QFr.J, Childersburg, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HINDS, ANN SEWANEE, CFr.J, Arab, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HINDS, STEPHEN CECIL, fSoph.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Theta Xi . . . HINES, BERNARD G., JR., CSoph.J, Epes, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . HINESLEY, JOSEPH D., JR., CSoph.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . HINSON, JOHN MICHAEL, CSoph.J, Brewton, Arts and Sciences . . . HINSON, LINDA DARNELL, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . HINTON, HEDY LOUISE, CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Education, Chi Omega. 516 Row One: HIPP, DONNA CAROL, CFr.D, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . HIPP, MARGARET CARLISLE, fS0ph.D, Guntersville, Home Economics, Phi Beta Phi . . . HIRSCH, M. RICH- ARD, Ur.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . HIRSCH, RICHARD TAUB, Ur.D, Macon, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . HITCHCOCK, SYLVIA LOUISE, Ur.D, Miami, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . HIX, RICHARD BAIN, CSoph.D, Memphis, Tennessee, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . HOBBS, BEVERLY, JEAN, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HOBERG, CHRISTIAN MICHAEL, CFLD, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . HODGES, STEPHEN NEARS, CFr.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . HODNETT, MARTHA LEE, CSoph.D, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi. Row Two: HOFFMAN, PAULA SUE, Ur.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . HOFSTETTER, NANCY JEAN, CFr.D, Andalusia, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . HOFSTETTER, ROBERT BEN- JAMIN, fSoph.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences . . . HOGG, JOHN LAWRENCE, Ur.D, Dothan, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Sigma Nu . . . HOIT, WILLIAM S., JR., CFr.D, Mont- gomery, Commerce and Busmess Administration . . . HOLADAY, DELANEY BUTLER, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . HOLBROOK, HAROLD BURTON, Ur.D, Pied- mont, South Carolina, Arts and Sciences . . . HOLCOMBE, THOMAS HENRY, fSoph.D, Enterprise, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . HOLLAND, BRENDA CAROL, CFr.D, Eight Mile, Arts and Sciences . . . HOLLEY, NETTA T., Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta. Row Three: HOLLEY, ROSELYN QWAYNE, CFr.D, Samson, Educa- tion . . . HOLLINGER, LOUIS RANDALL, JR., fSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . HOLLIS, FRED NALL, CFr.D, Arab, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . HOLMAN, ROBERT LEWIS, fSoph.D, Binningham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . HOLMAN, SUSAN KAY, CSoph.D, Evergreen, Arts and Sciences . . . HOLMES, JERRY WAYNE, CSoph.D, UNDERGRADUATES Montgomery, Engineering . . . HOLMES, MARY ANNE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . HOLMES, SHERON ANNE, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . HOLMSTOCK, TREILA DUREEN, qsophqg Leeds, Arts and sci- ences, Phi Mu . . . HOLSOMBECK, GLENN BARRY, CSoph.D, Bir- mingham, Engineering. Row Four: HOLSTON, KAY, Ur.D, Troy, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . HOLT, DAWN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . HOLT, DOUGLAS CECIL, CSoph.D, Tuscumbia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HOLT, ELIZABETH GRAHAM, Ur.D, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . HOLTER, ROBERT LAWRENCE, Ur.D, Cincinnati, Ohio, Education, Sigma Chi . . . HONEYCUTT, BRENDA CAROL, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . HONEYCUTT, FRED WAYNE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HOOKS, AURELIA BENDER, CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . HOOPER, SUE REINEY, Ur.D, Selma, Education . . . HOPE, BEVERLY JOY, fSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences. Row Five: HOPKINS, ROSEMARY BISHOP, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Edu- cation . . . HOPPER, GAIL ELAINE, CSoph.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . HOPPER, ROBERT L., III, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . HOPTON, DOROTHY CAPPS, CFr.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . HORN, FRANKLIN LEE, CFr.D, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences . . . HORN, JACQUEALINE, CFr.D, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences . . . HORN, JANICE P., Ur.D, Florence, Education . . . HORN, MARY CATHERINE, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . HORNBEAK, JANICE CAMILLE, fFr.D, Prichard, Arts and Sciences . . . HORNE, SANDRA KAY, fFr.D, Meridian, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences. Q L. .' 6' 1:' p , ir -l xl ' ' ' Page 517 UNDERGRADUATES Row One: HORNER, HORACE H., III, ULD, Pensacola, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . HORNSBY, EMILY ROYSTER, fSoph.D, Centreville, Home Eco- nomics, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . HORNSBY, ERNEST HAROLD, fFr.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . HORTON, IACKIE, fFr.D, Eutaw, Home Economics, Chi Omega . . . HORTON, MARY EVELYN, fFr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Delta Zeta . . . HOSTY, LYNN MARIE, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . HOUCK, ROSE MARY, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . HOUSTON, GAIL MAXINE, CIr.D, Goodwater, Chemistry, Phi Mu . . . HOUSTON, WILLIAM E., CFr.D, Fort Payne, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HOWARD, CHARLES DUNCAN, CSoph.D, Dothan, Education. Row Two: HOWARD, DAVID KIRBY, CFr.l, Tuscumbia, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . HOWARD, DONALD, CILD, Montgomery, Engineering . . . HOWARD, EDWIN GHOLSON, fIr.D, Tuscumbia, Engineering, Kappa Alpha . . . HOWARD, LINDA KAY, fSoph.D, Gadsden, Home Economics, Alpha Xi Delta . . . HOWARD, MARY BETH, CSoph.J, Toney, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HOWARD, THOMAS ALBERT, IR., CIr.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . HOWARD, WALTER LOUIS, III, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . HOWELL, DILLARD CBUZI WILLIAM, II, CSoph.j, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . HOWELL, LARRY TYRONE, CSoph.D, Enterprise, Arts and Sciences . . . HOWELL, LYNDA IO, QIr.D, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi. Row Three: HOWELL, RONNIE DELON, lFr.I, Enterprise, Com- merce and Business Administration, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . HOVVELL, TRACY ANNE, CFLD, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . HOWING- TON, IO ANNE, fFr.D, Hanceville, Education . . . HOWSE, IUDY ANN, CFr.J, Addison, Nursing . . . HOWSE, RUTH BENTON, CSoph.J, Marion, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HROM, IOHN STEWART, ULD, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Theta Xi . . . HUBBARD, FLOYD ERWIN, CFr.l, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . HUBBARD, IUDITH LYNN, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Nursing . . . HUBBARD, PATRICIA ANN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education . . . HUBBUCH, MARTHA E., CILI, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta. Row Four: HUBER, MICHAEL DAVID, CFLD, Warner Robins, Georgia, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . HUCK, PAUL THEO- DORE, IR., CSoph.D, Birmingham, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . HUCKABEE, MARTHA ANNE, CFr.I, Mobile, Education, Alpha Oinicron Pi . . . HUDDLESTON, SHELLEY, QSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . HUDGINS, LESTER PAT- TESON, IR., CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . HUDGINS, LINDA LEE, fSoph.I, Birmingham, Education . . . HUDSON, IEAN CLAIRE, tIr.I, Iackson, Education . . . HUDSON, KATH- ERINE FRALER, CIr.l, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta 1 . . HUGGINS, MICHAEL IASON, CSoph.D, Cull- man, Arts and Sciences . . . HUGHES, HERBERT LEE, IR., fFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences. Row Five: HUGHES, IACKE ALEXANDER, CIr.D, Winfield, Edu- cation . . . HUGHES, IANE ANN, CFr.D, Sheffield, Arts and Sciences . . . HUGHES, IANICE KATHLEEN, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . HUGHES, OUIDA IUANESE, CFLJ, Gadsden, Edu- cation . . . HUGHES, PATRICIA MERLE, fSoph.D, Decatur, Edu- cation . . . HUGHEY, GEORGE W., CSoph.D, Brent, Education . . . HUGULEY, FRANCES SHEALY, CIr.D, LaFayette, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . HULL, ALECIA, lFr.D, Bessemer, Home Economics . . . HULL, DAVID CLARK, fFr.D, Huntsville, Engineering, Chi Phi . . . HULLETT, DONNA GALE, CIr.D, Birmingham, Education. Page 518 Row One: HULSEY, CHARLES LYNN, fJr.J, Cullman, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HULTQUIST, PAULA MARIE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . HUMBER, JOHN DAVID, CFr.J, Fayette, Engineering, Kappa Alpha . . . HUMBLE, PAMELA MARY, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . HUMBLE, ROBERT NIXON, fJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . HUMPHREYS, FREDERICK WALTER, CFLJ, Pensacola, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . HUMPHREYS, ROBERT THOMAS, CSoph.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Phi Kappa Psi . . . HUMPHRIES, WAYMON, CJr.J, Detroit, Engineering . . . HUMPHRIES, WILLIAM WASHINGTON, fFr.J, Eutaw, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . HUNT, ANSLEY H., CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha. Row Two: HUNTER, CHARLES BOYETTE, fS0ph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . HUNTER, JEAN KIP, fFr.J, Redstone Arsenal, Arts and Sciences . . . HUNTER, ROBERT TUR- NER, JR., CSoph.J, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . HUNTER, WILLIAM IVEY, CSoph.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences . . . HURLEY, MARY ANN, CJr.J, Miami, Florida, Home Economics . . . HUTCHESON, JOHN LOUIS, CFr.J, Engi- neering, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . HUTCHISON, EDWARD NORMAN, QSoph.J, Benton, Commerce and Business Administration . . . HUTCH- INSON, MARY DENNISE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . HUTSON, MELVIN ROBERT, CSoph.J, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi . . . HUTTO, JAMES LEWIS, JR., fJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Delta Kappa Epsilon. Row Three: HUTTO, SONDRA TAYLOR, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . HYATT, BEVERLY CAROL, CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . HYCHE, LINDA MARIE, CSoph.J, Jasper, Education . . . HYDE, CECIL JOHN, CSoph.J, Ohatchee, Education, Chi Phi . . . HYDE, JOHN BANKS, CFr.J, Arlington, Virginia, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . HYDEN, SHERRY DIANE, fSoph.J, Pensacola, Florida, Education . . . HYDINGER, RICHARD JOHN, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . HYFIELD, THOMAS H., fSoph.J, Huntsville, Engi- neering . . . HYMAN, ELLEN SUE, CJr.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . HYNSON, GERALD RALPH, fJr.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu. Row Four: INGE, INDIA RAYE, fSoph.J, Mobile, Education, Kappa Delta . . . INGRAM, FRIEDA JANE, CJr.J, Pinson, Education . . . INGRAM, MARGARET ELIZABETH, CSOph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . INGRAM, JOHN GARTHEL, fSoph.J, Humboldt, Tennessee, Education, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . INZER, JAMES CLARENCE, III, CFr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . IPPOLITO, FRANK, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . ISACOFF, STEPHEN, CSoph.D, Charleston, West Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . ISBELL, JUANITA OCTAVIA, CFr.J, Tuscumbia, Education . . . IVEY, RICHARD DOUGLAS, fJr.J, Jasper, Arts and Sciences, Acacia . . . IVEY, SARAH JOANNA, CSoph.J, Monroeville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta. Row Five: IVEY, S. LYNN, CSoph.J, Dora, Home Economics . . . IVINS, JOHN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Delta Tau Delta . . . JABOUR, RICHARD BARRY, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sci- ences, Kappa Alpha . . . JACKSON, ALTO LOFTIN, JR., CSoph.J, Clio, Arts and Sciences . . . JACKSON, BILLY FRANK, JR., CFLJ, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . JACKSON, CAR- OLINE DRAKE, CJr.J, Greensboro, Arts and Sciences . . . JACK- SON, EUGENE CALDWELL, CFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . JACKSON, FITZHUGH LEE, III, fFr.J, Mobile, Engineering, Sigma Chi . . . JACKSON, JAMES R., CSoph.J, Florence, Engineering, Kappa Sigma . . . JACKSON, JERRY ALAN, CSoph.J, Calera, Arts and Sciences. Page 519 5' X --M, wa 5 X 3' Wtx W ' J' 3 he 9 X. I .,., I 31ml Row One: JACKSON, JUDY LYNNE, CJr.J, Eutaw, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . JACKSON, LYNDA DIANE, fSoph.J, Russellville, Arts and Sciences . . . JACKSON, MARGARET ROSE, CFr.J, Mo- bile, Arts and Sciences . . . JACKSON, MILES JAY, JR., fJr.J, Monroeville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . JACKSON, OLETA MARIE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . JACK- SON, WILLIAM HENRY, CSoph.J, Talladega, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . JAMES, CHRISTIAN, tFr.J, Dallas, Texas, Home Economics, Kappa Delta . . . JAMES, JENNY RUTH, CSoph.J, Petal, Mississippi, Nursing, Sigma Sigma Sigma . . . JAMES, ROBERT PHILLIP, CSoph.J, Hartselle, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . JARED, MICHAEL M., CSoph.J, Bimiing- ham, Engineering. How Two: JARRETT, SHARON LARAINE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Edu- cation . . . JARVIS, LARRY LEE, CJr.J, Paducah, Kentucky, Com- merce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . JARVIS, MYRA SUSAN, CFr.J, Fairfax, Education, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . JARVIS, NORA ANN, CSoph.J, Grand Bay, Arts and Sciences . . . JASPER, ROBERT MICHAEL, QFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . JEFFARES, WILLIAM CRAIG, fFr.J, Mont- gomery, Commerce and Business Administration . . . JEFFCOAT, MARTHA ENID, QSoph.J, Binningham, Home Economics . . . JEFF- ERY, MARIE SHIRLEY, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . JEFFERY, WALLACE GARNER, JR., CJr.J, Athens, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . JEFFERY, YPEQLLIAM TILLMAN, QFr.J, Athens, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta eta. Row Three: JEHLE, JEAN MURRELL, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . JENKINS, EDWIN FRED, fFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . JENKINS, JULIA IRENE, CFr.J, Sylacauga, Commerce and Business Administration . . . JENKINS, ROBERT THOMAS, fFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . JENKINS, VIRGINIA NAN, Page 5 CSoph.J, Bimungham, Education . . . JENNINGS, HARRY GORDON, QFr.J, Enterprise, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Xi , . . JENNINGS, WILLIAM VAUGHN, fFr.J, Montgomery, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . JENSEN, REBECCA M., fSoph.J, Mobile, Education, Delta Zeta . . . JERNI- GAN, KAY ELAINE, fJr.D, Decatur, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . JERNIGAN, ROBERT FRANKLIN, JR., CFLJ, Pensa- cola, Florida, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: JESTER, BENNIE L., CJr.J, Cullman, Education, Theta Chi . . . JESTER, BETTY JO, CJr.J, Cullman, Education . . . JETER, ROBERT PERRY, fJr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . JOE, SUELIN L., CFr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . JOHNSON, BRENDA KAYE, 1Soph.J, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences . . . JOHNSON, BRENDA SHERYL, QFLJ, Millport, Education . . . JOHNSON, CAROLINE ELIZABETH, CFLJ, New Orleans, Louisiana, Education, Kappa Delta . . . JOHNSON, CAROLYN JOAN, fSoph.J, Arab, Arts and Sciences . . . JOHNSON, CHARLES MICHAEL, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . JOHNSON, DANIEL J., CFr.J, Childersburg, Engineering. Row Five: JOHNSON, DAVID TERREL, fFr.J, Albertville, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . JOHNSON, EDWARD ALEX- ANDER, CFr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . JOHNSON, FRED MICHAEL, QJr.J, Millport, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . JOHNSON, HARRY VAN, CJr.J, Piedmont, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . JOHNSON, JANET L., fJr.J, Palmyra, Pennsylvania, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . JOHNSON, JERRY WAYNE, fFr.J, Hamilton, Commerce and Business Administration . . . JOHNSON, JOHN KELLY, CFLJ, Rockford, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . JOHNSON, LANA DAWN, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . JOHNSON, LAWRENCE HARRIS, III, fFr.J, Arlington, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . JOHNSON, LESLIE ANNE, fJr.J, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta. 20 Row One: JOHNSON, LINDA DIANE, fFr.J, Beachwood, New Jersey, Education, Delta Zeta . . . JOHNSON, MARTHA ANN, fFr.J, Birmingham, Nursing . . . JOHSON, ORSON LUCIUS, CJr.J, Hardaway, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . JOHNSON, PENNY, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . JOHNSON, RANDALL JAMES, CSoph.D, Hartselle, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . JOHNSON, ROBERT GARY, CSoph.D, Flomaton, Engineering . . . JOHNSON, SANDRA LEE, CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Nursing . . . JOHNSON, STEVE, CFr.J, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences . . . Kappa Alpha . . . JOHNSON, SUSAN LYNNE, fSoph.J, Stockton, California, Nursing . . . JOHN- SON, THOMAS DAVID, JR., CFLJ, Pulaske, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta. Row Two: JOHNSON, TONY ALLEN, KFLJ, Rogersville, Engineer- ing . . . JOHNSON, VIRGINIA ANNE, Cl-7'r.J, Moulton, Home Eco- nomics . . . JOHNSTON, CAROL ANN, fSoph.J, Wihnington, North Carolina, Arts and Sciences . . . JOHNSTON, MERRILL ESTES, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . JOHNSTON, SANDRA JEAN, fFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . JONES, AWANDA SHAR- RON, lSoph.J, Clanton, Home Economics . . . JONES, CAROL ANN, fSoph.J, Sulligent, Education, Alpha Xi Delta . . . JONES, DANIEL WAYNE, fJr.J, Newton, Arts and Sciences . . . JONES, DAVID WILLIAM MCGREGOR, CSoph.D, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Acacia . . . JONES, FRED THOMAS, JR., fSoph.J, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi. Row Three: JONES, HALCYANN, CJr.J, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . JONES, HAROLD GLOVER, JR., CJr.J, Clearwater, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . JONES, HARRIETTE LORINE, CJLJ, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . JONES, HELEN KATHRYN, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . JONES, JAMES ALEXANDER, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . JONES, JAMES ROBIN, CFLJ, Century, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . JONES, JOHN LARRY, CJr.J, UNDERGRADUATES Selma, Engineering, Phi Delta Theta . . . JONES, JOHN MICHAEL, CSoph.J, Sheffield, Arts and Sciences . . . JONES, KAREN ELIZA- BETH, fSoph.J, Valley Head, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Alpha Chi Omega . . . JONES, LAURA SUSAN, CJr.J, Mont- gomery, Home Economics, Kappa Delta. Row Four: JONES, LINDA DEA, CFLJ, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . JONES, MARGARET ANNE, CFLJ, Binning- ham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . JONES, MARGARET MAGRUDER, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . JONES, MARTHA CAROL, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Edu- cation, Delta Zeta . . . JONES, MARVIN KENNETH, CFLDQ Centre- ville, Engineering . . . JONES, MARY HENRI, CJLJ, Ashford, Edu- cation . . . JONES, MICHAEL L., CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . JONES, NATALIE, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . JONES, PAUL DOUGLAS, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . JONES, RANDALL D., CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences. Row Five: JONES, RICHARD HASKELL, fS0ph.J, Parrish, Arts and Sciences . . . JONES, RICHARD OWENS, CJr.j, Brewton, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . JONES, ROB- ERT WILKINSON, CJr.J, Greenville, Education . . . JONES, SAM WALTER, III, CSoph.J, Atlanta, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . JONES, SANDRA LEE, fSoph.J, Mobile, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . JONES, SHIRLEY DIANE, lFr.J, Decatur, Arts and Sciences . . . JONES, TEAMON L., fFr.J, Pratville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . JONES, WILLIAM CHENAULT, CJr.J, Norfolk, Virginia, Engineer- ing . . . JONES, WILLIAM P., fSOph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . JORDAN, ELEANOR ROSEANNE, CFr.J, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Gam- ma Delta. Page 521 UNDERGRADUATES Row One: JORDAN, ELIZABETH EVANS, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . JORDAN, GARY LEON, fFr.l, Huntsville, Engineering, Delta Tau Delta . . . JORDAN, MARY ELLA, fSoph.j, Mobile, Home Economics, Chi Omega . . . JORDAN, PATRICIA ANN, QSoph.J, Pell City, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . JORDAN, WILLIAM DITMER, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Kap- pa Alpha . . . JOSEPH, ANDRE, QJr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences . . . JOWERS, LEONARD JAMES, fSoph.D, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Acacia . . . JOY, BRENDA WYNN, CFr.D, Memphis, Ten- nessee, Arts and Sciences . . . JUDD, JEAN NYMAK, fJr.J, Tusca- loosa, Education . . . KAHRE, RAYMOND FREDERICK, CJr.D, Samson, Commerce and Busin-ess Administration. Row Two: KAIN, CHARLOTTE ANN, CFr.l, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . KAISER, PATRICIA DIANE, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . KANELOS, FRANK THEODORE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . , . KAR- AKIZIS, ANDREA, CJr.J, Boaz, Education . . . KARPINSKI, ARLENE M., CJr.D, Media, Pennsylvania, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . KARRICK, CLAUDIA MARIE, CFr.D, Fairhope, Edu- cation, Phi Mu . . . KARRL, CHARLES JEFFREY, CFLD, Lake Park, Florida, Engineering . . . KATTUS, JOIE BREMER, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education . . . KATZ, JULIAN, CSoph.J, Monroeville, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . KAVANAUGH, CATHARINE L., CFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences. Row Three: KEARNEY, S. JAN, QFLJ, Birmingham, Home Eco- nomics . . . KEATING, PAUL FRANKLIN, CSoph.D, Kennedy, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . KEENAN, ROSEMARY, CSoph.D, Runnemede, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . KEENE, HOLLIS L., CSoph.D, Plant City, Florida, Engi- neering . . . KEENE, THOMAS HOWARD, CFLD, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . KEENUM, KATHY DIANNE, CSoph.l, Gadsden, Education . . . KEITH, CHARLES FRANKLIN, QFLD, Montgomery, Comm-erce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . KEITH, CHARLOTTE ANN, KSoph.J, Birmingham, Education . . . KEITH, JUDY MAR- GARET, CJr.J, Jackson, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . KELLER, CELIA MARGARET, CFLD, Albertville, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega. Row Four: KELLEY, AMELIA WILKINS, fFr.J, Uniontown, Edu- cation, Kappa Delta . . . KELLEY, KATHRYNE WILNA, CJLJ, Uniontown, Education, Kappa Delta . . . KELLEY, MARY ROBIN, fFr.D, Mobile, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . KELLEY, STEPHEN DAVID, fFr.D, Enterprise, Arts and Sciences . . . KELLEY, SUSAN OLLIPHANT, fJr.l, Mobile, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . KELLY, JACK WESLEY, fSoph.J, Frisco City, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . KELLY, MARY PATRICIA, fJr.D, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . KELLY, PAMELA LOUISE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . KELLY, WINTON EARL, CFr.D, Slocomb, Engineering . . . KEMP, HERBERT EUGENE, JR., fSoph.D, Huntsville, Engineering. How Five: KENDRICK, BARBARA LOUISE, fJr.l, Robertsdaleg Com- merce and Business Administration . . . KENDRICK, LAURA LEE, CSoph.l, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . KENDRICK, SHERRY ANN, fS0ph.J, McCalla, Education . . . KENDRICK, SHIR- LEY MAE, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . KENNAMER, NANCY CAROLYN, CFLD, Mobile, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . KEN- NEDY, KARON ANN fKAYl, QJr.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . KENNEDY, MICHAEL ALLEN, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . KENNEDY, MICHAEL STIRLING, CSoph.l, Fairhope, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . KENNEDY, RICHARD THOMAS, fFr.D, Brewton, Engi- neering . . . KILGORE, WILLIAM HENRY, CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi. :Rf ,tg A x s N , U' 1 X , 53' X s w its . 'T' Wkeafsetgifizs ' BQQXYSFIRT swiw . .vamfa: ',mw . -K sux ii! , -f5b,. Q i I Page 522 Row One: KENNEY, KATHY ELAINE, CFr.D, Pensacola, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . KENT, JESSE GASTON, JR., CJr.D, Haleyville, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . KERR, HOWARD JAMES, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . KEY, BRUCE MAURICE, CSoph.D, Yardley, Pennsylvania, Arts and Sci- ences . . . KEZELE, GORDON BRUCE, CFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . KIENEL, ROBERT JAMES, CFr.D, Acworth, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . KIKER, GERALD WAYNE, CJr.D, Adamsville, Arts and Sciences . . . KILGORE, CAR- OLYN OWEN, CJr.D, Jasper, Education, Chi Omega . . . KILGORE, MARSHA JANE, lSoph.D, Trussville, Arts and Sciences . . . KIL- GORE, SUSAN O'HARA, CFr.D, Vestavia Court, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: KILGORE, TOMMY DEWAYNE, fFr.D, Henegar, Engi- neering . KILGORE, WILLIAM HENRY, CJr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . KIMBROUGH, PSYCHE, CFr.D, Bessemer, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . KIMBROUGH, SUSAN LESTER, fJr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . KINDBERG, CANDACE ALANE, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . KING, ALLEN GLOVER, fS0ph.D, Mobile, Educa- tion, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . KING, CAROL, CSoph.D, Binning- ham, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . KING, DAVID G., fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . KING, DON EDGAR, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . KING, EDWARD REESE, CSOph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega. Row Three: KING, GEORGE THOMAS, JR., CJr.D, Gadsden, Edu- cation, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . KING, GLORIA JOAN, CSoph.D, Cullman, Education . . . KING, JACK ADAM, CFr.D, Chickasaw, Commerce and Business Administration . . . KING, KAREN KAY, fFr.D, Guntersville, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . KING, SUSAN Page WHITE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . KING, REBECCA DARLENE, fSoph.D, Huntsville, Education ...V KIN- SAUL, REGINA J., CJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . KIN- ZINGER, LINDA DIANE, CJr.D, Birmingham, Education . . . KIRBY, SAM COLLINS, CFr.D, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences . . . KIRK- LAND, MARYLYN EARLE, CSoph.D, Binningham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega. Row Four: KIRKPATRICK, TOMMY RAY, CFr.D, Dora, Engineering . . . KIRKSEY, ANNALYN, fFr.D, Tupelo, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . KIRVEN, LINDA ANN, CSoph.D, Mo- bile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . KITCHENS, NANCY KATHERINE, CSoph.D, Decatur, Nursing . . . KITCHENS, SUSAN, fSoph.D, Montgomery, Education, Kappa Delta . . . KITTRELL, MICHAEL WAYNE, CFr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Delta Tau Delta . . . KLEIN, EMILY JO, CJr.D, Mobile, Home Economics, Sigma Delta Tau . . . KLINGER, JAMES ED- WARD, CJr.D, Fitzpatrick, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . KLYCE, ALBERT STEPHEN, CFr.D, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Kappa Alpha . . . KLYCE, CAROLYN FRANCES, CFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Chi Omega. Row Five: KLYCE, KAREN WHITTINGHILL, fJr.D, Memphis, Ten- nessee, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . KNIFF, JEANNE CAROL, Bedford, Pennsylvania, Education . . . KNIGHT, HENRY F., Gaithersburg, Maryland, Arts and Sciences . . . KNIGHT, SHIELDS, CSoph.D, Lindale, Georgia, Education, Alpha Delta Ur-Ds CFI-Ds JANE Pi . . . KNIPHFER, SANDRA LEE, CFr.D, Arab, Arts and Sciences, Al- pha Delta Pi . . . KNOPF, LARRY PAUL, CFLD, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . KNOWLES, CHERYL JEAN, fFr.D, Huntsville, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . KNOWLES, JOAN CSoph.D, Dothan, Arts and Sciences . . . KNOX, LARRY REED, LOU, CFr.D, Birmingham, Engineering . . . KNUDSEN, ISABELLE LANE, fFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega. 523 Row One: KOCH, CHARLOTTE ANNE, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . KOCH, SUSAN ELAINE, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Nursing . . . KOEPPEL, REBECCA KAY, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Phi Mu . . . KOGS, PATRICIA ANN, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . KOHN, SUELLEN, CSoph.J, Charleston, South Carolina, Arts and Sciences . . . KOKLAS, DIANE D., CFr.J, Hunts- ville . . . KOPP, EUGENE BERNARD, CFLJ, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . KOSKI, HJALMAR SOIVI, JR., CJr.J, Plantersville, Engineering . . . KRATZER, ANDREW PHELAN, fFr.J, Linden, Commerce and Business Administration . . . KREMZA, VIRGINIA ANN, CFL J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences. How Two: KUYKENDALL, LINDA LANELLE, fFr.J, Hueytown, Nursing, Delta Zeta . . . KYSER, PATRICIA NELSON, CSoph.J, Greensboro, Education, Kappa Delta . . . KYZER, CAROLYN ROB- ERTS, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . KYZER, ETHELYN, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Nursing . . . LABELLMAN, ARTHUR IRVVIN, CJr.D, Orlando, Florida, Education, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . LACEY, ROBERT ANDREW, CJr.J, Mobile, Engineering, Sigma Chi . . . LACHINA, FRANK MICHAEL, fJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . LACK- EOS, JOHN PETE, CJr.J, Selma, Engineering . . . LACKEY, CHERYL PAULETTE, CFLJ, Cullman, Nursing, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . LACY, DONALD LYNN, CFLJ, Hueytown, Commerce and Business Admin- istration. Row Three: LAGRONE, BARBARA ANN, CFr.J, Fairfield, Corn- merce and Business Administration . . . LAGROUE, DORIS JEAN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . LAKE, MAR- JORIE, CSoph.J, Phenix City, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LAKEY, JIMMY RANDALL, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . LAMB, JAMES A., CSoph.J, Rome, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LAMBERT, CHRISTINE LOUISE, QFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . LAMBERT, DONALD LAMAR, CJr.J, Mobile, Engineering, Chi Phi . . . LAMBERTH, CHARLES DAVIS, CSoph.J, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . LAMON, MICHAEL DELEON, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Acacia . . . LAMOREAUX, JAMES WOOD, CJr. J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: LANCASTER, LINDA, CFr.J, Bearfort, South Carolina, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . LANCASTER, JAMES DANIEL, tSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . LAND, CHARLES ROBERT, CFLJ, Melvin, Engineering, Sigma Nu . . . LANDERS, DORIS V., fFr.J, Prattville, Nursing . . . LANE, CAROL MITCHELL, fJr.J, Roan- oke, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . LANEY, JOHN MAL- COLM, fJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . LANG, NVILLIAM H., JR., CSoph.J, Reform, Engineering . . . LANGFORD, TRUDY, fSOph.J, Akron, Education . . . LANGLEY, GLEN MERCER, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . LANIER, SHARON ELIZABETH, fFr.J, Demopolis, Home Economics. How Fioe: LANKFORD, LONNIE EUGENE, CFr.J, Gadsden, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . LAPRAT, LARRY MAUGHAN, CJr.D, Hayward, California, Education . . . LARGUE, EULA MURIEL CROBINJ, QSoph.J, Mobile, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . LARI- MER, RICHARD DEAN, CSoph.D, Hueytown, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . LARNERD, HERB V., CFLJ, Vesta, New York, Engineering, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . LARRIMORE, LAURA JEAN, CJr.J, Dickinson, Home Economics, Alpha Delta Pi . . . LARY, EDDIE R., CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . LARY, JOSEPH MILTON, fJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . LATHAM, BREWER DONNIE, fSoph.D, Fairfax, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Delta Tau Delta . . . LAUDERDALE, EDITH CAR- OLYNE, CSoph.J, Athens, Home Economics. Page 524 Row One: LAUDERDALE, SAMMIE KEITH, CSoph.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Education . . . LAVENDER, BETTY JEAN, CSoph.J, Decatur, Home Economics, Delta Delta Delta . . . LAVENDER, DANNA PAIGE, fJr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega , . . LAVENDER, M. DIANE, CFr.J, Albertville, Home Economics . . . LAVENDER, VVESLEY MILES, fFr.J, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . LAWLEY, MICHAEL LAFAYETTE, CSoph.J, Bessemer, Engineering . . . LAWLEY, MITCHELL REID, CJr.J, Selma, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . LAWRENCE, JESS LEE, JR., CFr.J, Com-er, Engineering . . . LAWRENCE, JOSEPH MONROE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . LAWRENCE, SHERWOOD HEYVVOOD, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Phi Kappa Psi. Row Two: LAYTON, JUDY CLAIRE, fFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . LEAMAN, BRUCE YOUNG, fSoph.J, Kenilworth, Illinois, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . LEATHERBURY, GREGORY LUCE, JR., fSoph.J, Mo- bile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . LECROIX, CHARLES DAVID, CJr.J, Athens, Arts and Sciences . . . LEDBETTER, PATRICIA ANNE, fSoph.J, Sycamore, Home Economics, Delta Zeta . . . LEDUE, BENNIE ANN, CSoph.J, Coral Gables, Florida, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . LEE, BETTY BRIT- TIN, fSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Kappa Delta . . . LEE, DAVID BUFORD, CSOph.J, Hueytown, Engineering . . . LEE, IDA CHERYL, fJr.J, Boaz, Education . . . LEE, JAMES THOMAS, III, Uni, Mu- bile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon. Row Three: LEE, MARGIE LOO, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . LEE, MICHAEL BRETT, CFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . LEE, MICHAEL LOUIS, QFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . LEE, VIRGINIA, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . LEECH, SUSAN C., CSoph.J, Huntsville, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . LEEDS, STEVEN F., fSoph.J, Coral Gables, Florida, Education, Alpha UNDERGRADUATES Epsilon Pi . . . LEFKOWITS, NORMAN L., JR., CFr.J, Columbiana, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . LEIGH, BEVERLY MATTHEW, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Bus- iness Administration . . . LEMOND, ROBERT CHARLES, CSOph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Acacia . . . LENTZ, DIANA MARIE, CFr.J, Foley, Home Economics. Row Four: LEONARD, DONALD BURGESS, fFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . LEONARD, ROBERT JOHN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LESTER, EDMOND B., CFr.J, Arts and Sciences . . . LESTER, JAMES LARRY, CJr.J, Lanett, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LESTER, JAMES T., CFr.J, Roswell, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LETHERWOOD, HOWARD QUINN, qsupl-1.9, Quinton, Arts and Sciences . . . LETSON, PERRY ROBERT, JR., CFr.l, Prattville, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . LETSON, WILLIAM T., CJr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . LEVERT, STEPHANIE MARIE, CFr.J, Thibodaux, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . LEVY, DUKE, JR., CSoph.J, Mobile, Engineering, Sigma Chi. Row Fioe: LEVY, IDA ROSE, QFr.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . LEWIS, CLAUDIA EMILY, CJR.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau . . . LEWIS, JAMES LAMAR, CJr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . LEWIS, JERRY KENNETH, QSoph.J, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences . . . LEWIS, PATRICIA ANN, fSoph.J, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . LEWIS, PATRICIA ANNE, CJr.J, Clanton, Education . . . LEWIS, RAY M., CFr.J, Florala, Engineering . . . LEWIS, RUSSELL KEITH, fFr.J, Sehna, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . LEWIS, SHARI JUDITH, CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . LEWIS, STEPHEN WAYNE, CSoph.J, Kellyton, Kappa Sigma. Page 525 UNDERGRADUATES Row One: LEWIS, TERRY NEIL, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . LEWIS, WILLIAM BROCK, fS0ph.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . LEWIS, WILLIAM R., CJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . LEWITZ, JOAN PATRICIA, fFr.D, Gadsden, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . LEWITZ, SANDRA, fSoph.J, Gadsden, Education . . . LIDDLE, MARY JANE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . LIEBESKIND, SANDY LYNN, CSoph.J, Mobile, Education . . . LIES, WILLIAM, IV, CFr.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . LIGHT, LUCY JANE, CJr.J, Jonestown, Arts and Sciences . . . LIGHTCAP, MARY ANNE, CJr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences. How Two: LILES, ARTHUR SIDNEY, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Engi- neering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . LILES, JUDITH ANITA, CJLJ, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . LINDBLOM, SAM- UEL, CSoph.J, Jacksonville, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . LIND- LEY, DOUGLAS EMMETT, CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . LINDLEY, GENEVIEVE, CFr.J, Samantha, Education . . . LINDSEY, FRANKIE CAROL, CFr.J, Home Eco- nomics . . . LINDSEY, SYLVIA ANN, CJr.D, Graysville, Education . . . LINTON, JANE, CJr.J, Vinemont, Education . . . LIPSCOMB, JANET ELAINE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . LIST, TERRY JOE, CSoph,J, Eastaboga, Engineer- ing. Row Three: LITTLE, ANNETTE BARON, CFr.J, Attalla, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . LITTLE, JOHN MAPPIN, CSoph.J, Kinderhook, New York, Arts and Sciences . . . LITTLEFIELD, VIVI ANNE, CSoph.J, Lanett, Arts and Sciences . . . LIVEAKOS, MAR- GARET MERRELL, CSoph.J, Tupelo, Mississippi, Home Economics, Delta Gamma . . . LIVINGS, ROBERT GERALD, CJr.J, Chickasaw, Z S- Q ,, ,, a s K 'J ,jg ft ,1fQ',,:3,"4 Q- if 'Cb Y x Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . LIVINGSTON, ANN CARROLL, CJr.D, Cullman, Arts and Sciences . . . LIVINGSTON, HAROLD HUBBARD, CFLJ, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . LIVINGSTON, LINDA JEAN, CSoph.J, Aberdeen, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences . . . LLEWELLYN, SHERRY, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . LLOYD, BEVERLY JO, CFLJ, Mobile, Home Economics. Row Four: LLOYD, CANDACE RUTH, fSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . LLOYD, JAMES S., QFLQ, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LLOYD, JANET ROSLYNN, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . LLOYD, JUDITH ANN, QFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . LO, TUNG CHOI, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences , . . LOCKARD, CHARLES VERNON, CFr.J, Montgomery, Engineering . . . LOCKE, DREMAN DEE, fS0ph.J, Huntsville, Education . . . LOCKE, THOMAS M., CSoph.D, Camden, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LOEB, BEVERLY ANNE, CFr.J, Huntsville, Education, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . LOERCH, KAREN SUE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Five: LOFTIN, BETTY C., CSoph.J, Highland Home, Home Economics . . . LOFTIN, LOUJEAN, CSoph.J, Dothan, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . LOFTIN, SAMUEL LAMAR, fSoph.J, Nichols- ville, Engineering . . . LOGAN, VIVIAN JANE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Nursing, Alpha Chi Omega . . . LOGGINS, JOE R., CSoph.J, Huey- town, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . LOG- GINS, TIMOTHY BROWN, iJr.J, Opp, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Sigma Nu . . . LOGSDON, LINDA CAROL, KSODILJQ Panama City, Florida, Home Economics, Delta Zeta . . . LOLLAR, COLEMAN AUBREY, CJr.J, VVest Jefferson, Arts and Sciences . . . LOLLAR, JIMMY LEE, CJr.D, Jasper, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . LOLLAR, PEGGY JEAN, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Nursing. .RK r Page 526 Row One: LONDON, DAVID ALFRED, CFr.D, Athens, Arts and Sci- ences, Sigma Chi . . . LONG, BAILEY SEWELL, CSoph.D, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . LONG, LOUISE, Ur.D, Frisco City, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . LONG, RUTH ADELAIDE, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . LONG, SARAH ANNE, Ur.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . LONG, THOMAS RALSTON, fFr.D, Uniontown, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . LOONEY, CHARLES VERNON, Ur.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . LOONEY, SCOTTY LANE, fFr.D, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . LORD, JUDY ELIZABETH, fSoph.D, Mont- gomery, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . LOTT, JUDY ANN, CSoph.D, Addison, Education. Row Two: LOTT, JULIE ROSS, CSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . LOUIE, CLARA M., CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . LOVE, CATHERINE ROSEALIE, CFr.D, Mobile, Education, Alpha Omicron Pix. . . LOVE, NORMAN ETHREDGE, JR., CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LOVELACE, GERRY MELISSA, QFr.D, Fairfax, Arts and Sci- ences . . . LOVVORN, W. GARTH, CSoph.D, Athens, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . LOW, JAMES VINCENT, CSoph.D, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . LOWE, ROBERT ALAN, fFr.D, Trumbull, Connecticut, Arts and Sciences . . . LOWE, VICKI LYNNE, Ur.D, Birmingham, Education, Delta Zeta . . . LOWE, WILLIAM DAVID, QFr.D, Whiting, Indiana, Engineering. Row Three: LOWERY, DENNIS WAYNE, Ur.D, Jasper, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LOWERY, JENNIFER ANN, fSoph.D, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . LOWRY, RICHARD EUGENE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education . . . LOWTHER, JOHN GEORGE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . LOYD, JOHN DAVID, CFr.D, Bridgeport, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . LUCAS, LARRY DALE, fFr.D, Vernon, Commerce and Business Administration . . . LUCKIE, ROBERT ERVIN, III, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . LUDWIG, JOHN M., fFr.D, Montevallo, Arts and Sciences . . . LUKER, FREIDA GWEN, Ur.D, Uriah, Education, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . LUNCEFORD, SUSAN ELAINE, fFr.D, Birmingham, Nursing. Row Four: LUXENBERG, DARBY GAY, fFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . LUXICH, SUSANN, tFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . LYLES, ROSE ANN, CSoph.D, Selma, Nursing . . . LYNCH, SHEILA ANNE, CSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . LYONS, GINGER ANN, QSoph.D, Decatur, Education, -Pi Beta Phi . . . LYONS, JAMES KELLY, CFr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . LYONS, SARAH ELIZABETH, Ur.D, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Education, Delta Gamma . . . MCADAMS, JANICE KAY, CSoph.D, Kennedy, Arts and Sciences . . . MCADAMS, JOHN CHARLES, Ur.D, Kennedy, Arts and Sciences, Acacia . . . MCAFEE, RAY GEORGE, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Five: MCBRAYER, NICKY LARRY, CSoph.D, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . MCBRAYER, ROBERT EDWARD, CFr.D, Lipscomb, Engineering . . . MCBREARTY, MICH- AEL LEIGH, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . MCBRIDE, BESS, Ur.D, Greenville, Education, Chi Omega . . . MCBRIDE, MAXINE G., fFr.D, Arlington, Virginia, Home Economics, Delta Zeta . . . MCCABE, JANE MARIE, fSoph.D, Gadsden, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MCCABE, ANN PATTERSON, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MCCABE, MARY BRIGET, CFr.D, Florence, Arts and Sciences . . . McCAIG, DELMAR LEE, CFr.D, Hueytown, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MCCAIN, DAVID OSCAR, III, CFr.D, Ashville, Engineering. Page 527 'af i I 7 sg L .I Row One: MCCAIN, PATSY DIANNE: CFr.J: Lexington: Nursing . . . MCCALL, GEORGE RONALD: CJr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences . . . MCCALLUM, CHARLOTTE ELAINE: CFr.J: Birmingham: Nursing . . . MCCAMY, SARAH VIRGINIA: QFr.D: Columbia, Ten- nessee: Arts and Sciences: Tri Delta . . . MCCARLEY, YVONNE: CFr.J: Hamilton: Education . . . MCCARTER, MARY KATE: CJr.J: Colum- bus, Mississippi: Education: Delta Gamma . . . MCCARTNEY, ALICE LEE: CSoph.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences . . . MCCLEES, CHARLES JOSEPH: CJr.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences . . . MCCLENDON, STEVE R.: fSoph.J: Benton, Arkansas: Arts and Sciences . . . Mc- COLLUM, SUSAN DEANE: CFr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences. How Two: MCCOLLUM, WILLIAM LANE: CJr.D: Tuscumbia: Engi- neering: Theta Tau . . . MCCOLLUM, DOLORES: lFr.J: Winfield: Education . . . MCCONNELL, ROBERT W.: fSoph.J: Parrish: Engi- neering: Sigma Nu . . . MCCORKIE, DEBORAH ELAINE: CFLJ: Muscle Shoals: Arts and Sciences . . . MCCORQUODALE, GAINES COWAN: CSoph.J: Jackson: Commerce and Business Administration: Alpha Tau Omega . . . MCCORQUODALE, ROBIN E.: CSoph.J: Jackson: Arts and Sciences . . . MCCOWAN, EDWIN TYSON, JR.: CFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business Administration: Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . MCCOY, BILLY FRANK: CSoph.J: Grove Hill: Commerce and Business Administration . . . MCCOY, DONNA JANE: CFr.J: Birmingham: Nursing: Zeta Tau Alpha . . . MCCOY, GEORGE DENNIE: CSoph.J: Hueytown: Engineering. Row Three: MCCOY, RAYMOND dePENAFORT: fFr.J: Mobile: Arts and Sciences . . . MCCRACKEN, WALTER KENNETH: CFLJ: Tus- caloosa: Engineering . . . MCCRAY, JACQUELYN LOUISE: CFr.J: Uniontown: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Delta . . . MCCRAY, MICHAEL LEWIS: CFLJ: Tuscaloosa: Commerce and Business Administration: Kappa Sigma . . . MCCULLOUGH: JOANNE A. CJr.J: Mobile: Educa- tion . . . MCCULLOUGH, PAUL PETTY, JR.: CSoph.D: Hartselle: Arts and Sci-ences . . . MCCURDY, GEORGE REESE, III: CJr.J: Lowndes- boro: Commerce and Business Administration: Sigma Nu . . . Mc- Page CURDY, JOHN FRANKLIN: fFr.D: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences: Pi Kappa Alpha . . . MCCURRY, AMANDA: CFr.J: Gardendale: Home Economics . . . MCDANIEL, JAMES GREY, JR.: CSoph.J: Centre- ville: Commerce and Business Administration: Sigma Nu. Row Four: MCDANIEL, JOE L.: CJr.J: Paris, Illinois: Commerce and Business Administration . . . MCDANIEL, LARRY GRAY: CSoph.J: Mt. Olive: Engineering . . . MCDANIEL, RANDALL ELWOOD: CJLJ: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences . . . MCDAVID, CAROLYN SMITH: CJr.D: Birmingham: Home Economics: Kappa Delta . . . MCDAVID, ELIZABETH PARAMORE: CJLJ: Birmingham: Education: Kappa Delta . . . MCDONALD, ELIZABETH LYNNE: QFr.J: Montgomery: Arts and Sciences: Delta Delta Delta . . . MCDONALD, GERALD WAYNE: CFr.J: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences . . . MCDONALD, LINTON GARNER: CJr.D: Fairhope: Engineering . . . MCDOW, RICHARD HENRY: CSoph.l: Columbiana: Commerce and Business Administration: Lambda Chi Alpha . . . McDOWELL, MARTHA AGNES: CSoph.J: Pensacola, Florida: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Kappa Gamma. How Five: McDOWELL, PAUL DOUGLAS: fJr.D: Huntsville: Arts and Sciences . . . McDUFF, DIANE: CFr.J: Tuscaloosa: Arts and Sciences: Chi Omega . . . MCELROY, REBECCA JEROME: CFr.J: Anniston: Education . . . MCELROY, TERESA ANN: CSoph.J: Birmingham: Arts and Sciences . . . MQEWEN, DELORES KAY: CSoph.D: Birming- ham: Nursing . . . MCFADDEN, JANE ELIZABETH: CJr.D: Look- out Mountain, Tennessee: Education: Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MCFARLIN, JOHN FOSTER: fFr.J: Birmingham: Commerce and Business Administration: Lambda Chi Alpha . . . MCGAHEY, THOMAS STEPHEN: CFr.J: Columbus, Mississippi: Commerce and Business Administration: Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . MCGAUGHY, CANDACE MOODY: CFr.D: Montevallo: Arts and Sciences . . . MCGEARY, RICH- ARD A.: CFLJ: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Commerce and Business Administration. 528 How One: MCGEE, BURTON HARRY, CSoph.D, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . MCGEE, THOMAS JACKSON, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . MCGEE, TRUDY, CSoph.l, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MCGILBERRY, JOYCE J., CSoph.l, Thomasville, Commerce and Business Administration, 'Alpha Delta Pi . . . MCGONIGAL, BURKE LAND, CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . MCGOUGH, GERALD R., CFr.J, Honora- ville, Engineering . . . MCGOUGH, JAN, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . MCGOUGH, WILLIAM MALCOLM, JR., fSoph.l, Mobile, Engineering, Delta Chi . . . MCGRAW, CAROL MEREDITH, CFr.J, Winfield, Education, Chi Omega . . . MCGRIFF, JAMES HARRIS, JR., CJr.J, Prattville, Arts and Sciences, Acacia. Row Two: MCGRIFF, JIM, JR., CSoph.J, Verbena, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MCGRIFF, JOHN RUSSELL, CFr.J, Verbena, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MCGRIFF, WILLIAM EARL, fSoph.J, Anniston, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Phi Delta Theta . . . MCGUIRE, MICHAEL ALLEN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education . . . MCHALE, THOMAS EDWARD, fFr.D, Centreville, Engineering . . . MCHAN, CAROLYN MAE, CFLJ, Immokalee, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . MCHUGH, JUDY CAROLE, CFr.D, Orrville, Education . . . MCINNIS, JOHN MALCOLM, JR., CFLJQ Montgomery, Commerce and Busin-ess Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . McKAY, JAMES E., fF'r.D, Childersburg, Engineering . . . MCKEOWN, ELIZABETH JANE, fFr.J, Ocala, Florida, Nursing. Row Three: MCKIE, PENNY, fSoph.J, Florence, Alabama, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . MCKINNEY, HAZEL JEAN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Nursing . . . MCKINNEY, MARGARET DICKEY, fFr.l, Hueytown, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . MCKOY, MARTHA JANE, CFLD, Cullman, Commerce and Business Administration . . . Mc- LAIN, JAMES EDWIN, JR., CFr.D, West Point, Georgia, Engineering . . . MCLANE, THOMAS EDWARD, fJr.D, Hueytown, Engineering . . . MCLANEY, RICHARD WAYNE, CFr.J, Sprague, Arts and Sci- ences . . . MCLAREN, CHARLES ROBERT, CSoph.l, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MCLEMORE, PEGGY UNDERGRADUATES LATAIN, CJr.J, Somervill-e, Arts and Sciences . . . MCLEOD, JANET IEEPUGHAN, CSoph.J, Jackson, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma eta. Row Four: MCLEOD, TERRY MALCOLM, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Phi Kappa Psi . . . MCLEROY, LARRY WAYNE, fFr.J, Athens, Engineering . . . MCMAHAN, BEN A., CFLD, Millbrook, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . MCMAHAN, DARRYL DUANE, fSoph.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . MCMASTERS, ROBERT ALEXANDER, JR., CJr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . MCMILLAN, KATHERINE ELIZABETH, CJr.J, Brewton, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . MCMILLAN, ROLAND WAYNE, lJr.D, Grove Hill, Arts and Sciences . . . MCMILLAN, SUSAN MANLY, lSoph.J, Binningham, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . MCMULLEN, DOSTER LEE, CFLD, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . MCMULLIN, JAMES MICHAEL, CSoph.l, Decatur, Engineering. Row Five: MCMULLIN, JOYCE DIANE, fJr.J, Decatur, Education . . . MCMURPHY, JOHN STEADMAN, CFLJ, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . MCMURPHY, MARION BAN- CROFT, JR., CJr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . MCMURPHY, RALPH JONES, fFr.J, Greenville, Arts and Sci- ences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . MCNABB, ELIZABETH JO, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . MCNAIR, JAMES RAYBURN, CJr.J, Collinsville, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . MCNALLEY, GAYNELL, CJLJ, Decatur, Home Economics, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . MCNEFF, JOSEPH C., CJr.l, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . MCNEIL, KATHLEEN, CJLJ, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MCNUTT, FLOYD CECIL, CFr.D, Winfield, Commerce and Business Administration. Page 529 UNDERGRADUATES Row One: MCNUTT, JARETTA GOOLSBY, fSoph.J, Winfield, Edu- cation . . . MCPETERS, JANET LYNN, CFLJ, Huntsville, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . MCPETERS, JOHN SIDNEY, CJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . MCPHERSON, LAURA ANN, CSoph.J, Albertville, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . MCQUALD, DONALD SHERIDAN, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . MCREE, SANDRA ELAINE, CSoph.J, Atlanta, Georgia, Educa- tion, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MCWHIRTER, SHARON KAYE, fFr.J, Cincinnati, Ohio, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . MCWHORTER, EMILY LOU, fJr.J, Richmond, Kentucky, Education . . . MCWILLIAMS, FRANCIS DeSALES, CFLJ, Couina, Califomia, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . MACDANIEL, JOHN MILTON, CFLJ, Falls Church, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega. Row Two: MACFARLAND, JAMES WAYNE, fSoph.J, Marlton, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences . . . MACKELDEN, TEDDI RAE, CJr.J, Miami, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . MACKLE, MARGARET MARIE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . MACMULLAN, WARNER AVANT, QSoph.J, YVellsville, Missouri, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . MACON, JOESPH ALLSTON, CFLJ, Wetu.mpka, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . MADDOX, LEWIS ELMA, JR., fSoph.J, Wamer Robins, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MADDOX, MARY JANE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education . . . MADDOX, RICHARD EUGENE, CFLJ, Clanton, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . MADISON, DELORIS, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . MADISON, KATHY, CFr.D, Ft. Binning, Georgia, Education, Chi Omega. Row Three: MAGILL, RICHARD MILTON, QJr.J, Prattville, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . MAGRUDER, BRENDA F., CJr.J, Nash- ville, Tennessee, Education, Chi Omega . . . MAGRUDER, VIR- GINIA LONG, CFLJ, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . MALCOLM, JOHN MICHAEL, CJr.J, Castro Valley, Ca fornia, Education . . . MALEY, PATRICIA T., fSoph.J, St. Petersbu Florida, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MALICHQ VICTOR NEIL, fFr.J, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Arts and Scienc . . . MALONE, JOHN MICHAEL, CSoph.J, Oneonta, Commerce a Business Administration . . . MALONEY, LARRY EUGENE, QSoph Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MANASC JOHN CARTER, CSoph.J, McLean, Virginia, Commerce and Businr Administration . . . MANASCO, JOHN MICHAEL, CFLJ, Brewtc Arts and Sciences. Row Four: MANDERSON, MILBURN JEWETT, fJr.J, TuSCal00 Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . , MANDULEY, LINDA KATHLEEN, fS0ph.J, Birmingham, Chem try . . ., MANGHAM, JAMES W., III, CJr.J, Binriingham, Commei and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . MANISCALCO, RII JEAN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Nursing . . . MANN, MYRA LOUIS CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MAPLES, JAMES I CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . MARBOURG, JAMQ WYATT, fSoph.J, Huntsville . . . MARLEY, LINDA LOU, fS0ph Montgomery, Nursing . . . MARQVARDT, WILLIAM CHARLI III, CJr.J, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences . . . MARS GARY F., CSoph.J, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Five: MARSH, RANDALL CONWAY, CFLJ, Birmingham, En neering . . . MARSHALL, JUSY ANN, fJr.J, Birmingham, Ho: Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . MARTIN, BERTA VIRGINIA, CFI Enterprise, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MARTI BEVERLY ANN, CSoph.J, Bay Minette, Home Economics, Alpha C Omega . . . MARTIN, CAROLYN ANN, tSoph.D, Tuscumbia, Et cation, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MARTIN, CONNIE, CSoph Georgiana, Arts amd Sciences . . . MARTIN, EDWIN ERNEST, CFI Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa . . . MARTIN, CLENDA SUE, CSoph.J, Northport, Home Economi Phi Mu . . . MARTIN, JAMES LAFAYETTE, CSoph.J, Clayti Commerce and Business Administration . . . MARTIN, JANE AN CFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega. C' Page 530 Row One: MARTIN, JEFF BUSH, QFLJ, Prichard, Arts and Sciences . . . MARTIN, JOHN WEST, CSoph.J, Clayton, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . MARTIN, LINDA MARIE, CSoph.J, Dothan, Edu- cation . . . MARTIN, MARY LINDA, CSoph.D, Scarsdale, New York, Home Economics, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MARTIN, MARSHA GAYLE, fFr.J, Luverne, Arts and Sciences . . . MARTIN, MARY SUSAN, QSoph.J, Selma, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . MAR- TIN, RUSSELL, CFLJ, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . MARTIN, SUSAN LEE, CSoph.J, Renton, Washington, Education . . . MARTIN, SUZANNE CAROLYN, CFLJ, Brownsville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . MASON, CHARLENE REBECCA, Q Soph. J , Tuscaloosa, Education. Row Two: MASON, CLIVE MCMURCHY, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MASON, DIXIE JEAN, CJr.J, Mobile, Edu- cation . . . MASON, PATRICIA LOUISE, fFr.J, Ozark, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MASSENGALE, BARBARA SUE, CFr.J, Greensboro, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . MAS- SEY, BARRY LYNN, CJr.J, Albertville, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . MASSEY, DIANNE JOY, fFr.D, Honoraville, Engineering . . . MASSEY, ED GOLIDAY, CFr.J, Athens, Arts and Sciences . . . MASSEY, PI-IYLLIS KAREN, QFLJ, Jackson, Education . . . MASSIE, CHRISTY ELAINE, fSoph.J, Columbus, Mississippi, Arts and Sci- gnces . . . MATERSON, MARSHA, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and ciences. Row Three: MATE, JANET LOUISE, fSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . MATI-IOS, CAROLYN, CFLJ, Memphis, Tennessee, Nursing, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . MATHEWS, ESCHOL TOOMEY, CFLJ, Reform, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MATTHEWS, JOHN GAVIN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . MATTHEWS, PAUL RICHARD, QSoph.J, Scottsboro, Engineering . . . MATHEWS, SUSAN ANN, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . MATTHEWS, THOMAS WINSTON, CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . MATTSON, CHARLES EARNEST, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . MATTSON, NATALIE REBECCA, CSoph.J, Tusca- loosa, Education . . . MATUCH, WALTER MICHAEL, CFr.J, Bay- onne, New Jersey, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Four: MAUGANA, MIRIAM ANN, fJr.J, Decatur, Georgia, Edu- cation, Alpha Xi Delta . . . MAULDIN, ANITA LOUISE, fFr.J, Jasper, Education . . . MAULDIN, HEWITT MICHAEL, CJLJ, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . MAULDIN, ROBERT MCCALIB, CJLJ, Jasper, Arts and Sciences . . -. MAURA, ANNE HAYDEN, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . MAURER, MARGRETTA ELIZABETH, fFr.J, Miami, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . MAXWELL, BARBARA GAIL, fSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MAY, LINDA CATHRINE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MAY, MARLENE CHERYL, fJr.J, Jasper, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . MAY, PATRICIA ANN, fSoph.J, Jackson, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega. Row Five: MAY, THOMAS WILLIAM, fSoph.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Art and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . MAYFIELD, JACQUELYN GAYLE, fFr.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . MAYS, JAMES W., CSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . MAYS, MARTHA TURBEVILLE, CSoph.J, Pell City, Home Economics . . . MAYS, SHARON LYNN, CJr.J, Jasper, Education . . . MAZE, LOWELL SAMUEL, CJLD, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . MEADOR, JOHN MURRAY, CFr.D, Mobile, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . MEADOR, WILLIAM MAHON, QSoph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . MEADOVVS, KAREN ANNE, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MEAD- OWS, S. LYNN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education. UNDERGRADUATES Page 531 Na if Row One: MEDDERS, WILLIAM THOMAS, CSoph.D, Hueytown, Arts and Sciences . . . MEEKS, PATRICAI DALE, tSoph.D, Bir- mingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . MEER, SHERRY LEE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . MEHLER, HELEN WALKER, CSoph.D, Waynesboro, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Zi Delta . . . MEIGHAN, MARY SPENCE, Ur.D, Gadsden, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MENNING, COBY HARVVOOD, CFLD, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . MEN- SING, NORMAN BRANNON, Ur.D, Birmingham, Engineering . . . MEON, MICHAEL JOHN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . MEREDITH, MARY KATE, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Kappa Delta . . . MERIVVETHER, GORDON KENYON, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi. Row Two: MERIWETHER, WILLIS JAMES, III, CSoph.D, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . MERK, ETTA LEE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education . . . MERKL, TERRY IRENE, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Nursing . . . MERKLN, PAMELA ANN, CFr.D, Mobile, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . MER- RIAM, EVELYN ANN, CFLD, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Pi Mu . . . MERRILL, GLORIA KAY, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MERRILL, WILLIAM ROBERT, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . MESHAD, MICHAEL WAL- LACE, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MESSERSMITH, CAROL ANN, CSoph.D, Culhnan, Home Economics . . . METZYER, RICKY, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha. Row Three: MEUCCI, LOUIS MARTIN, CSoph.D, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . MEYER, CYNTHIA ANN, CFr,D, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . MICHAEL, STEVE PHILIP, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . MIDDLETON, MARY SUSAN, Ur.D, Scotts- boro, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . MILAM, JERRY MITCHELL, CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . MILES, 1" SUSAN, CFr.D, Winfield, Home Economics . . . MILFORD, JANET MARIE, tFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MILLER, BEEBE ELLEN, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Education . . . MILLER, BETH, Ur.D, Mobile, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . MILLER, CAROLL L., Ur.D, Winnetka, Illinois, Education, Kappa Alpha Theta. Row Four: MILLER, CELLIE WAYNE, CFr.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . MILLER, FREDERICK JAY, CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . MILLER, GREGORY EUBANK, tFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . MILLER, HARVEY MICHAEL, CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . MILLER, JAMES LINDSAY, Ur.D, Cedar Bluff, Arts and Sciences . . . MILLER, JOHN HAZEN, Ur.D, Jasper, Arts and Sciences . . . MILLER, JOHN RICHARD, III, CSoph.D, Brewton, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . MILLER, JULIET DEVILLIERS, CSOph.D, Birmingham, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MILLER, LARRY MILTON, CFr.D, Pratt- ville, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . MILLER, LYDIA MARIE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Nursing, Phi Mu. Row Five: MILLER, MAUREEN SUE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MILLER, RAU HARRISON, III, CSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . MILLER, REBECCA CAROL, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . MILLIGAN, ADRIAN DWIGHT, Ur.D, Brewton, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MILLIGAN, KAREN SUE, tSoph.D, Satellite Beach, Florida, Nursing . . . MILLS, ANDREW JACKSON, Ur.D, Goshen, Engineering . . . MILLS, CHARLES DOUGLAS, Ur.D, Richmond, Virginia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MILLS, GARY LEONARD, QSoph.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . MILLS, MYRNA CELESTE, Ur.D, Birmingham, Education . . . MILLS, NANCI CAROL, CSoph.D, Falls Church, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma. Page 532 Row One: MILNER, JOE D., CFLJ, Boaz, Arts and Sciences . . . MIMS, CAROL JUNE, CFr.J, Clanton, Education . . . MIMS, JOHN FLOYD, JR., CSOph.J, Thorsby, Arts and Sciences . . . MIMS, TROY ONEAL, fFr.D, Maplesville, Education . . . MINCE, BRENDA KYLE, fJr.J, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences . . . MINCE, VERNON AUBREY, JR., CFr.J, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences . . . MINOR, LUCILE BRISTER, QSoph.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . MINOR, REBECCA JANE, CSoph.l, Decatur, Arts and Sciences . . . MITCHELL, DONNA ELIZABETH, CSoph.J, Butler, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MITCHELL, GEORGE JOHN, JR., fJr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi. Row Two: MITCHELL, GEORGE RODNEY, CFLJ, Evergreen, Arts and Sciences . . . MITCHELL, JESSE DAVID, JR., fSoph.J, Berry, Engineering . . . MITCHELL, NELLIE BELLE, CFLD, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . MITCHELL, PHYLLIS, fJr.J, Theodore, Home Economics . . . MITCHELL, RALPH, JR., fFr.J, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi . , . MITCHELL, ROBERT MICHAEL, CSoph.J, Blacksburg, Virginia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MITCHELL, WILLIAM HOUSTON, fFr.J, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences . . . MITCHELL, WILLIAM MICHAEL, CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . MITCHELL, WILLIAM OLUS, JR., CSoph.J, Anniston, Education . . . MITCHEM, LINDA CAROLYN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi. Row Three: MIZE, CLARENCE EUGENE, CFLJ, Birmingham, En- gineering, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . MIZELL, GARY W., CJr.D, Tusca- loosa, Education, Theta Xi . . . MIZELL, MARY GAIL, CJr.D, Tusca- loosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MODICA, SANDRA L., CSoph.D, Holloman, New Mexico, Arts and Sciences . . . MOEL- LER, PAMELA, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Pi Beta Phi . . . MOFFETT, ROBERT PARKER, JR., QFLJ, Bridgeville, Pennsylvania, Arts, and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . MONELLA, CAROLYN ANNE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Zeta . . . MONNIER, JAMES TAY- UNDERGRADUATES LOR, JR., CJr.l, Demopolis, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . MONROE, ROGER MILES, CSoph.D, Cross- ville, Arts and Sciences . . . MONROE, WVILLIAM EARL, fFr.J, Clanton, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta. Row Four: MONTE, JOSEPHINE BARBARA, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . MONTGOMERY, LARRY CLAY, CFr.J, Florence, Engineering, Kappa Sigma . . . MONTGOMERY, MYRA KAY, CFLD, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MOODY, JANE HAMILTON, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MOODY, WILLIAM DOUGLAS, CSoph.J, Houston, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . MOONEY, MARY SIBLEY, CSoph.J, Rome, Georgia, Home Economics, Kappa Delta . . . MOORE, ARTHUR E., CJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . MOORE, B. SUE, CFLJ, Madison, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . MOORE, DANA WEST- BROOK, CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . MOORE, GEORGE THOMAS, CFLJ, Albertville, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Kappa Alpha Order. How Five: MOORE, GLORIA J., CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . MOORE, HARRY REED, III, CFr.J, Talladega, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MOORE, JACKSON WATTS, QFLJ, Clanton, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . MOORE, JAMES WILLIAM, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . MOORE, JERRY G., CFr.j, Arab, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . MOORE, JOSEPHINE, CSoph.J, Clanton, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MOORE, LARRY D., CJr.D, Boaz, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MOORE, LINDA JUNE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . MOORE, MARGARET ELIZABETH, fSoph.J, Huntsville, Engi- neering, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . MOORE, MARTHA WICKERSHAM, CFLQ, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Delta Delta Delta. I 44 Page 533 UNDERGRADUATES Row One: MOORE, ROBERT DUBOSE, CJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . MOORE, ROBERT R., CSoph.J, Bessemer, Engineering . . . MOORE, RONALD ALLEN, CSoph,J, Hu-eytown, Engineering . . . MOORE, SARA HELEN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . MOORE, WAYNE, fJr.J, Gardendale, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MOORMAN, JAMES WILLARD, CJr.j, Brewton, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . MORAGUES, JANET ELIZABETH, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . MORGAN, CHARLES EDWARD, CFLD, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . MORGAN, ELIZABETH EUGENIA, CFLJ, Gadsden, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . MORGAN, JOAN MARIE, fSoph. J, Tarrant, Education. Row Two: MORGAN, LINDA CAROL, CJLD, Bristol, Connecticutt, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . MORGAN, MEREDITH VICTOR, CFLJ, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . MORGAN, RAY HAMMOND, CFr.J, Monroeville, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . MORRIS, GLENDA JOYCE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MORRIS, MARY ELIZABETH, CSoph,J, Hartselle, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . MORRIS, NEENA YUVONNE, CFr.J, Danville, Education . . . MORRISON, EDNA LEAH, fJr.J, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . MORRISON, JOE CARTER, CSoph.j, Houston, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . MORRISON, LEE E., CJr.J, Media, Pennsylvania, Arts and Sciences, Theta Xi . . . MORRISON, MARTHA ANNE, fSoph.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Row Three: MORRISON, MARTHA DIANNE, CFr.J, Houston, Mis- sissippi, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . MORRISON, SARAH PATRICIA, CSoph.J, Northport, Arts and Sciences . . . MORRON, MICHAEL S., CSoph.J, Russellville, Commerce and Business Admin- istration . . . MORROW, BRENDA LYNN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MORROW, LINDA GAY, CSoph.D, Centreville, Home Economics . . . MORROW, PEGGY LYNN, CFLD, Huntsville, Arts and Sci-ences . . . MORROW, WIL- LIAM EUGENE, CSoph.J, Selma, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Phi Delta Theta . . , MORTON, MARY MARGARET, CSoph.J, Mobile, Home Economics, Kappa Delta . . . MOSELEY, EDWARD LAVENDAR, CFr.J, Eutaw, Engineering, Delta Tau Delta . . . MOSE- LEY, JOHN DOUGLAS, CJLJ, Dothan, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: MOSS, JAMES WESLEY, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Educa- tion, Phi Delta Theta . . . MOSS, SAMUEL WATSON, fSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . MOSS, WALTER ERNEST, CFr.J, Winfield, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MOSTELLER, NANCY JANET YOUNG, CFr.J, Mobile, Educa- tion, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . MOTHERSHED, JAMES RUSSELL, fFr.J, Prichard, Arts and Sciences . . . MOUDRY, JOSEPH LOUIS, JR., CJr.J, Pleasant Grove, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . MOURON, MARCIA ANN, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . MOYER, CANDACE IRENE, QFLJ, Montgomery, Nursing . . . MOZUR, ELEANOR IRENE, tSoph.J, Birmingham, Education . . . MULDONIAN, ROBERT A., JR., CSoph.J, Kensing- ton, Maryland, Commerce and Business Administration. How Five: MULLIGAN, LIANNA DENISE, CSOph.J, Mobile, Edu- cation . . . MULLINS, BARBARA ALICE, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . MULLINS, CHARLES HARVEY, JR., CSOph.J, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . MULLIN, JAMES WILLIAM, CSoph.J, Adamsville, Engineering . . . MULLINS, TONY MAC, fSoph.J, Eclectic, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Phi Kappa Psi . . . MULLINS, ROBERT JOHN, CSoph.J, Clanton, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . MULLINS, ROGER WAYNE fSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . MUMMERT, GARY ALAN, CJr.J, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MUNN, EDVVARD EARL, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . MUNTZ, JANET DEE, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education. QQ -A .A , . . ,. -l Page 534 Row One: MURDOCK, SONJA ALICE, Ur.D, Samson, Commerce and Business Administration . . . MURFEE, SUSAN, Ur.D, Prattville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . MURPHEY, BENJAMIN BRONSON, fFr.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . MURPHREE, DIANNE, Ur.D, Decatur, Education . . . MURPHREE, IRMA LINDA, Ur.D, Blountsville, Education . . . MURPHY, BILL CLIFTON, CFr.D, Anniston, Engi- neering, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . MURPHY, CATHERINE, Ur.D, Anniston, Arts and Sciences . . . MURPHY, CHARLES HURT, CFr.D, Brewton, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . MURPHY, JOSEPH COX, CFr.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . MURPHY, MICHAEL THOMAS, fFr.D, Andalusia, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: MURPHY, RICHARD ALLEN, CFr.D, Montgomery, Engi- neering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . MURPHY, SAM WALKER, CSoph.D, Jasper, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . MURPHY, VIRGINIA, CFr.D, Abbeville, Education . . . MURRAY, BONNIE LYNN, Ur.D, Huntsville, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . MURRAY, CHRISTINE BURGESS, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Educa- tion, Delta Gamma . . . MURRAY, ELLEN BALDWIN, Ur.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MURRELL, CHARLES MANNING, Ur.D, Hope Hull, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . MUSIALOWSKI, FRANK RODNEY, fFr.D, Rome, Georgia, Arts and Sciences . . . MUSSELMAN, RONALD EDWARD, fEr.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . MYERS, MARY MARGARET, fFr.D, Prattville, Home Economics, Kappa Alpha Theta. Row Three: MYHAND, ELIZABETH MARSHA, fSOph.D, West Point, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . NABERS, FRANCIS MORROW, Ur.D, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . NABORS, ANNA PEARL, CFr.D, Win- field, Arts and Sciences . . . NABORS, SCOTT RAYMOND, Ur.D, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . NAPOLSKI, MARK KERSEY, fFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- Page tion, Phi Kappa Psi . . . NAETER, G. DIANE, Ur.D, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . NAGLE, DAVID LAWRENCE, Ur.D, Huntsville, Engineering, Theta Tau . . . NAGRODZKI, SHIRLEY, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education . . . NALL, EDWARD LEE, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci-ences . . . NALL, JOSEPH FREDRICK, fSoph.D, Monroeville, Arts and Sci- ences, Sigma Nu. How Four: NANCE, JAMES ALBERT, CSoph.D, Bynum, Education . . . NASH, SAM W., Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Acacia . . . NATTER, MARY KATHLEEN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . NAUMANN, DAVID WILLIAM, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . NEAL, .PEGGY LOUISE, fSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . NEAREN, JUDITH CAROLE, fSoph.D, Cullman, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . NEEL, HARRY EUGENE, JR., CFr.D, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences . . . NEELY, JENNIFER LEE, CFr.D, Columbia, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . NEELY, SUSAN CATHERINE, Ur.D, New Market, Education . . NEHER, JUDY, fSoph.D, Ozark, Arts and Sciences. Row Five: NEIGHBORS, CLARA ANN, CFr.D, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . NEISWENDER, JAMES DAYLE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . NELSON, ALIX ANN, Ur.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . NELSON, GLENN PAUL, Ur.D, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . NELSON, JAMES C., Jr., lFr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . NELSON, TRUDI ANN, CSoph.D, Charleston, South Carolina, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . NESBITT, MARY KATHRYN, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . NESMITH, JACKIE ALLEN, CFr.D, Arab, Commerce and Business Administration . . . NESS, SUSANNE RUTH, Ur.D, Huntsville, Education . . . NETTLES, NANCY ANGELINE, CSoph.D, Monroeville, Nursing, Kappa Kappa Gamma. 535 Row One: NEVIN, EDWARD HASKELL, fSoph.J, Kinston, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . NEWELL, C. FRANK, CSoph.J, An- niston, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . NEWMAN, JOHN THEODORE, fSoph.J, Wheaton, Maryland, Engi- neering, Acacia . . . NEWMAN, LARRY RONALD, CFr.J, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . NEWMAN, WALTER PRESTON, CSoph.J, Hartselle, Commerce and Business Administration . . . NEWTON, CHARLES OLIVER, CSoph.J, Greenville, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . NEWTON, MICHAEL T., CSoph.J, Slocomb, Engineering . . . NEWTON, TERESA NEW- TON, CSoph.D, Cusseta, Education . . . NICHOLS, ALFRED CARRA- WAY, CFr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . NICHOLS, ANNE, fFr.J, Northport, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: NICHOLS, ANNA LU, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . NICHOLS, GERALD LANE, CSoph.J, Tusca- loosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . NICHOLS, KATH- ERINE ELIZABETH, CJr.J, Thomasville, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . NICHOLS, KATHLEEN, CLARKE, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . NICHOLS, WILLIAM E., CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . NIENDORF, HARRY JAY, lFr.J, Oakland, New Jersey, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Xi . . . NIKLOUS, JAMES, CJr.J, Ashville, New York, Chemistry . . . NIX, LARRY EDWARD, CFr.J, Phil Campbell, Engineering . . . NOLAN, GEORGE GRAM, fFr.J, Bir- mingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . NOLAND, PHILLIP CARVER, fSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa. Row Three: NOLEN, JOHN VENABLE, CFLJ, Alexander City, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . NOLTE, GEORGE LOUIS, CFr.J, Grosse Pointe Shores, Michigan, Commerce and Business Administration, Acacia . . . NOOJIN, MARION DOWNS, CSoph.j, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Delta Pi . . . NORDHOLZ, MICHAEL JOHN, CJr.J, Marietta, Georgia, Arts and Sciences . . . I gizflli JI l '1 - xc ,kis- NORDSTROM, MARY CAROL, CFLD, Albany, Georgia, Nursing . . . NORMAN, LINDA BETH, fFr.J, Huntsville, Education . . . NOR- MANN, SUSAN KELLOGG, CFLJ, New Orleans, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . NORRIS, ALICE FAYE, fFr.J, Oakrnan, Edu- cation . . . NORRIS, ELENA MARIA, CFr.J, Trussville, Arts and Sciences . . . NORRIS, LESLIE CAROL, fFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta. Row Four: NORRIS, PHILLIP KAY, CJr.J, Bradenton, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . NORTHCUTT, CAROLYN R., fSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . NORTHCUTT, MARILYN LOUISE, fJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . NORTHCUTT, WALTER LYNN, CSoph.J, Huey- town, Engineering . . . NORTHEY, JUDY IRENE, QFLJ, Elba, Arts and Sciences . . . NORTON, THOMAS EDWARD: CFLJ, Hueytown, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi . . . NORVELL, LESTER RICE, III, CSoph.J, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . NORWOOD, ANITA ELIZABETH, CSoph.J, Vestavia, Education, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . NORWOOD, BETH HUGHSTON, CSoph.D, Slidell, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . NORWOOD, JACQUELINE, CJr.J, Choctaw, Arts and Sciences. Row Five: NOVAK, DANIEL LEE, fFr.J, Lansford, Pennsylvania, Engineering . . . NOWAK, CAREN BETTE, CJr.J, New Orleans, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau . . . NUNN, JAMES FORNEST, CSoph.J, Jasper, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . NUNN, JULIAN MACK, fFr.J, Athens, Arts and Sciences , . . NUNN, SHEILLA LYNN, fSoph.J, Fairfield, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . OAKELY, MARTHA SUSAN, fFr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . OAKS, MERI LYNN, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . O,BRIEN, JACQUELINE ANN, CJr.J, Florence, South Carolina, Education . . . O'BRIEN, JOHN BOWE, fSoph.J, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . O'BRIEN, NANCY PAULINE, C Soph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Phi Mu. Page 536 Row One: O'BRIEN, SANDRA LEE, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . O'CONNOR, PAMELA FAYMONT, CFr.J, Daphne, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . O'DANIEL, JOAN, CSoph.J, Tallassee, Education . . . ODOM, SUSAN, CFr.J, Jackson, Education, Chi Omega . . . O'DONNELL, MICHAEL RICHARD, fFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . OGBURN, ROSEMARY HALLETT, fSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sci- ences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . OLIVE, LINDA CAROL, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . OLIVE, MARTHA ALICE, fFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . OLIVER, JUDY KAREN, fFr.J, Alexander City, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . OLSON, MARILYN LOUISE, fJr.J, Decatur, Education, Pi Beta Phi. Row Two: OLSZEWSKI, JOHN J., CFLD, Huntsville, Engineering, Phi Kappa Psi . . . O,MARY, JOAN E., fSoph.J, Winfield, Arts and Sciences . . . O'MELIA, HELEN GRAY, QFLJ, Grove Hill, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . O'NEAL, BARRY PERCY, CFLJ, Bir- mingham, Education . . . O'NEAL, CAROLINE FRANCES, fSoph.J, Riderwoodg Education . . . O'NEAL, LARRY WATSON, fFr.J, Paint Rock, Commerce and Business Administration . . . O,NEAL, WILLIAM WORTH, JR., CSoph.J, Chickasaw, Arts and Sciences . . . O'NEIL, ELIZABETH JANE, CFLJ, Nero Beach, Florida, Home Economics, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . O'NEIL, LYNDA ELIZABETH, QSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . O'REAR, ALMA JOANNA, CSoph.J, Attalla, Education. Row Three: O'REAR, BEVERLY ANN, CSoph.J, Nauvoo, Commerce and Business Administration . . . O'REAR, SAMUEL DUANE, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . ORME, JOHN SPENCER, JR., fFr.J, Greenville, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . ORR, RICKEY TILLMAN, CSOph.J, Eufaula, Arts and Sciences . . . OSBORNE, PATRICIA GAIL, fSOph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . OSBORNE, TIMOTHY DEX- TER, CJr.J, Prattville, Education . . . O'STEEN, BRAMLETT FUL- MAN, CFLD, Tuscumbia, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . OSWALD, PATRICIA ANN, fFr.J, Huntsville, UNDERGRADUATES Home Economics . . . OSWALT, GWENDOLYN, lJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . OTTS, MAC, fSoph.J, Greensboro, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: OTTS, RICHARD LEMUEL, fFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . OWEN, DEBORAH GILLETTE, CSoph.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . OWEN, ELIZABETH R., CSoph.J, Butler, Commerce and Business Administration . . . OWEN, GEORGEANN, fJr.J, Pell City, Arts and Sciences . . . OWEN, MARGARET NELL CPEGGYJ, fFr.J, Bay Minette, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Omega . . . OWEN, MARY KATHERINE, CFr.J, Montgomery, Education, Chi Omega . . . OWENS, CHARLES WILLIAM, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . OWENS, DENNIS PRAYTOR, fJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . OWENS, GATHA BUXTON, CFLJ, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration . . . OWENS, PAMELA KAY, CFr.J, Monroeville, Education, Pi Beta Phi. Row Five: OWENS, PEGGY BETH, CJLJ, Graceville, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . OWENS, RAY A., CJr.J, Monroeville, Com- merce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . OWENS, RONALD WALTER, CFLJ, Albany, Georgia, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . OWENS, THOMAS MCCLENDON, JR., tSoph.D, Attalla, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Chi . . . OWSLEY, JOHNNY LEONARD, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . OZMENT, OLIVER JASPER, JR., CSoph.J, Emelle, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . PACE, JEFFERY STEW- ART, CSoph.J, Eastaboga, Arts and Sciences . . . PACE, KATHLEEN QUINN, CSoph.J, Nashville, Tenness-ee, Education, Chi Omega . . . PACE, SANDRA ANN, CSoph.J, Tuscumbia, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . PACELEY, WILLIAM HERROD, fJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi. Page 537 UNDERGRADUATES Row One: PACK, DEBORAH SUSAN, CFr.D, Bogalusa, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . PACK, DONALD ROBERT, fSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . PADGETT, SANDRA KAY, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Delta Zeta . . . PAGE, CHERRY ANN, CSoph.D, Hamilton, Home Economics . . . PALMER, MARTHA LOUISE, CSoph.D, Hueytown, Arts and Sciences . . . PAPAGEORGE, MARY ELLEN, CFr.D, Mobile, Education . . . PAPPAS, IRENE MARGARET, CSoph.D, Northpo-rt, Arts and Sciences . . . PARIS, CLARK VIRGIL, JR., Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . PARK, KENNETH LEE, Ur.D, Pleasant Grove, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . PARKER, CLAUDE ERNEST, CFr.D, Brewton, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: PARKER, JAMES WESLEY, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Edu- cation, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . PARKER, JOHN FRED, iFr.D, Tarrytown, New York, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . PARKMAN, ANN W., fFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . PARKS, PATSY JANE, Ur.D, Talladega, Home Economics . . . PARKS, WILLIAM EDWARD, fSoph.D, Tuscumbia, Engineering . . . PARNELL, WILHELMINA MUCKELRATH, fFr.D, Thomas- ville, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . PARRISH, CHARLES TYRONE, fSoph.D, Ashford, Arts and Sciences . . . PARRISH, DORIS PATRICIA, CFr.D, Berwyn, Pennsylvania, Home Economics, Alpha Delta Pi . . . PARRISH, MARY KATHRYN, fSoph.D, Florence, Nursing . . . PARSONS, BETTY FRANK, fSoph.D, Fairfield, Edu- cation. Row Three: PARSONS, GREGG B., JR., fFr.D, Fairfield, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . PARSONS, FRANK JOSEPH, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . PARSONS, MELVA JO, fSoph,D, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . PARSONS, WILLIAM EDWIN, JR., CSoph.D, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . PARTIN, CHARLES C., Ur.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . PARTRIDGE, DAISY HELEN, fFr.D, Demopolis, Home Economics, Kappa Delta . . . PARTRIDGE, EDWARD EDDINS, CSoph.D, Demopolis, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . PASS, CAROL A., CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . PASSMORE, WALTER SCOTT, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PATCHEL, MALCULM, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Sigma Chi. Row Four: PATE, NANCY, CFr.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . PATE, SAM FRANKLIN, JR., fSoph.D, Carrollton, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . PATEL, MANOJ N., Ur.D, Ahmedabad-g, India, Engineering . . . PATERSON, CHARLES B., CFr.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha Order . . . PATRICK, FOREST STEPHEN, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . PATTERSON, CHERI JEAN, CSoph.D, Atlanta, Georgia, Education . . . PATTERSON, DAVID ROBERT, fFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . PATTERSON, ELIZABETH CAY, CFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . PATTERSON, FRED DOUGLAS, Ur.D, Jackson, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . PATTERSON, HARRIETT ELLEN, CFr.D, Brevard, North Carolina, Arts and Sci-ences, Delta Phi Epsilon. Row Five: PATTERSON, MICHAEL VICTOR, fSoph.D, Bellevue, Nebraska, Arts and Sciences . . . PATTERSON, PHILIP LEN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Engineering . . . PATTERSON, EDDIE MILTON, fFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . PATTON, ANN ALEXANDRA, CFr.D, Fort Walton Beach, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . PATTON, ANN V., CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . PATTON, PATRICIA ANN, fFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . PATTON, PHILIP DALE, fSoph.D, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Education . . . PATTON, ROBERT ALAN, CSoph.D, Jasper, Engineering . . . PATTON, THOMAS HERBERT, fSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . PAUL, PAMELA ROSE, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma. Page 538 Row One: PAULSON, STEVEN JOHN, CJr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . PAYNE, BUFORD DAVID, CFr.D, Albertville, Education, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . PAYNE, JOHN ROBERT, fSoph.j, Chickasaw, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PAYNE, KAROLYN SUSAN, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Education, Phi Mu . . . PAYNE, LARRY C., CFLJ, Birmingham, Engineering . . . PAYNE, LORENE L., CFLJ, Huntsville, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . PAYNE, RICHARD COURTNEY, fS0ph.l, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . PAYNE, RITA DIANE, CSoph.J, Trussville, Education . . . PEAGLER, JACKIE D., CFr.l, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . PEARCE, PHYLLIS ANNE, CJr.l, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Row Two: PEARCE, ROBERT CHARLES, JR., fJr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . PEARCE, SARAH LOU, fSoph.D, Danville, Education . . . PEARSON, BARBARA ANN, CFLD, Centreville, Nursing . . . PEARSON, SAMMY JOE, fJr.D, Tus- caloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PEAT, DAVID MICHAEL, CFLJ, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PEEBLES, MARTHA IRENE, CJr.l, Nashville, Tennessee, Educa- tion, Pi Beta Phi . . . PEELEV, K. MEREDITH, CFLD, Covington, Ten- nessee, Arts and Sciences . . . PENDLEY, MARTHA V., CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . PENNINGTON, WANDA GAIL, CSoph.J, Hueytown, Education . . . PENTON, JANE, CFLJ, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta. Row Three: PENTON, THOMAS MILES, CFLD, Tuscaloosa, Com- merce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . PEPPER, MARY SYDNEY, CFr.J, Athens, Home Economics . . . PERKINS, SARAH ELAINE, CFLJ, Guntersville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . PERKINS, WILLIAM LESLEY, CSoph.D, Sulligent, Education . . . PERRY, JOHN FLETCHER, JR., CJr.J, Winfield, Education . . . PERRY, PHILLIP DEANE, fFr.D, Muscle Shoals, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . PERRY, THOMAS BERNARD, CFLJ, Roanoke, Arts and Sciences . . . PERSONS, BENTON HOWARD, JR., CFLJ, Anniston, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PERSONS, ROBERT GREGORY, CSoph.D, Sylacauga, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PETERS, CHARLOTTE ANN, fJr.D, Elberta, Edu- cation. Row Four: PETERSON, DREW WARREN, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi . . . PETER- SON, EDWARD JAMES, JR., fSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . PETERSON, MARY GLENN, CJr.J, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences . . . PETERSON, REBECCA ANN, CJr.l, Kimberly, Education . . . PETREY, ELIZABETH GARY, fFr.j, Alexander City, Education, Kappa Delta . . . PETRY, JAMES MCRAE, CSoph.J, Alexander City, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . PETRI, JORDAN, CFr.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . PETTEY, ROBERT HICKS, fFr.J, Orlando, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . PETTY, RAMELA GRACE, fFr.D, Larkinsville, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . PEVER- LEY, THERESA CORINNA, QSoph.J, Bel Air, Maryland, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi. Row Five: PHELAN, ROBER EDWARDS, JR., CFr.D, New York, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . PHILLIPS, CAROL LENNIA, CSoph.D, Bessemer, Education, Phi Mu . . . PHILLIPS, CHRISTINE ANN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . PHIL- LIPS, DAVID LYNN, fS0ph.J, Metropolis, Illinois, Arts and Sciences . . . PHILLIPS, DOUGLAS E., CSoph.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . PHILLIPS, FRANS SUSAN, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . PHILLIPS, HENRY RO- LAND, fFr.J, Pearl River, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences . . . PHIL- LIPS, JACK MICHAEL, CFr.D, Gadsden, Engineering, Beta Theta Pi . . . PHILLIPS, JANE PALMER, CSOph.D, Roanoke, Education, Alpha Chi omega . . . PHILLIPS, JOE SAM, JR., CFr.D, Winfield, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi. Page 539 a:L:l.,4-13 Q, . L .,,,,, SS4i?i.Z"73tf4Q:1'u Row One: PHILLIPS, JOHNNIE, tFr.D, Painesville, Ohio, Education . . . PHILLIPS, MARTHA JANE, CSoph.D, Pell City, Education . . . PHILLIPS, ROSALYN ARLENE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Home Eco- nomics, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . PHILLIPS, SUSAN CLARK, CSoph.D, Bessemer, Home Economics . . . PHILLIPS, WILLIAM FORREST, fFr.D, Arab, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . PLOTT, LINDA SUE, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Edu- cation . . . PICKENS, LINDA GAIL, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Educa- tion . . . PIERCE, MARY DANA, tSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . PIERCE, STEVAN NVADE, Ur.D, Bridge- port, Arts and Sciences . . . PIETROSEWIEZ, CASIMER VICTOY, JR., Ur.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: PIKE, LEE ELLISON, CFr.D, Bimuingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi . . . PILGRIM, JOHN JERREL, tSoph.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . PILGRIM, LARRY GILBERT, CFr.D, Edwardsville, Arts and Sciences . . . PINE, WILLIAM EARL, JR., CFr.D, Anda- lusia, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . PIOTROWSKI, EDWARD NEALON, Ur.D, Miami, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PIPPIN, FRANCES DICKIE, CSoph.D, Anniston, Nursing, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . PITTMAN, HENRIETTA, CSoph.D, Florence, Education, Chi Omega . . . PITTMAN, WALTER LEE, Ur.D, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . PLUMMER, KATHERINE MCDONALD, fSoph.D, Green- ville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . PLUNKETT, STEPHEN ANTHONY, CFI. D, Anniston, Arts and Sciences. Row Three: PLYLAR, WAYNE DENNIS, CSoph.D, Adamsville, Arts and Sciences . . . PLYLER, JIMMIE BARNES, CFr.D, Cooper, Education . . . POCKRAN, JOSEPH SAMUEL, JR., Ur.D, Tusca- loosa, Engineering, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . POE, GINGER GAIL, fSoph.D, Oakman: Home Economics . . . POGUE, ROBERT HUNTER- CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . POLK JAMES S., CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . 2 1 Page 5 POLLARD, ELIZABETH HELEN, CSoph.D, Mobile, Education, Delta Zeta . . . POLLARD, JUDY DIANE, Ur.D, Mobile, Education . . . POLNIAK, DAVID, CFr.D, Camden, New Jersey, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . PONDER, MARY BROM- BERG, CSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega. Row Four: PONDER, NORMAN E., III, tFr.D, Birmingham, Engi- neering . . . POOLE, ERNESTINE, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . POOLE, WILLIAM CONRAD, CSoph.D, East Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . POOLE, WILLIAM STITT, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . POPE, SUSAN WHITE, Ur.D, Athens, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PORTER, FAYE CHARLENE, Ur.D, Cottondale, Education . . . PORTER, JOHN WILLIAM, CFr.D, Selma, Commerce and Business Administration, Chi Phi . . . PORTER, VIVIAN ANNE, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . POSEY, LINDA DIANE, CFr.D, Moulton, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . POSEY, WALTER, JR., Ur.D, Shef- field, Arts and Sciences, Theta Xi. Row Five: POTTER, MARY ANN, Ur.D, Sheffield, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . POTTS, MARY CYNTHIA, fFr.D, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Zeta . . . POUNDA, SARA ANN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Education . . . POW, JACKSON W., CFr.D, Brent, Engineering . . . POWELL, CHARLES BUREN, CFLD, Fayetteville, West Virginia, Arts and Sciences . . . POWELL, CYN- THIA LOVE, CFr.D, Eclectic, Education . . . POWELL, EVERETT PHILLIP, fFr.D, Decatur, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . POWELL, LINDA GAYLE, Ur.D, Huntsville, Com- merce and Business Administration, Alpha Delta Pi . . . POWELL, VIRGIL COUSINS, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . POWELL, WILLIAM DONALD9 Ur.D, Bayou La Batre, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Phi. 40 Row One: POWERS, ROBERT DEWEY, Ur.D, Clanton, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . POYNTZ, CHAR- LOTTE LEE, fSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . POYTHRESS, CHRISTOPHER ALLAN, fFr.D, Xenia, Ohio, Engineering . . . PRAHM, CAROLYN GAYLE, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Education . . . PRATER, SANDRA ANN, Ur.D, Millport, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . PRATT, PEGGY LEE, fFr.D, Reform, Edu- cation . . . PRAYTOR, WILLIAM MICHAEL, fFr.D, Moulton, Arts and Sciences . . . PRESLEY, JAMES BARNEY, JR., Ur.D, Boaz, Education . . . PRICE, BEVERLY ANN, fSoph.D, Florence, Educa- tion, Kappa Delta . . . PRICE, MARCIE YVONNE, CFr.D, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Two: PRICE, MARY EUGENIA, fSoph.D, Dothan, Arts and Sciences . . . PRICE, TERRY LEE, Ur.D, Jasper, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PRICE-WILLIAMS, RONALD THORN- TON, CSoph.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PRICKETT, HUGH DAVID, CSOph.D, Blountsville, Engineering . . . PRIDGEN, BARBARA JEAN, Ur.D, Ozark, Arts and Sciences . . . PRIEST, RICHARD HARDING, CSoph,D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . PRIEST, TRACY JAMES, JR., CSOph.D, Arcadia, California, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . PRINGLE, GLEN R., fSoph.D, Sylacaugag Arts and Sciences, Phi Cam- ma Delta . . . PRITCHETT, GLENN RAY, Ur.D, Crandall, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . PRITCHETT, KATH- LEEN NIXON, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta. Row Three: PRITCHETT, ROBERT MONROE, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . PROCTOR, MARY JANE, Ur.D, Hartselle, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . PROCTOR, RICHARD CARLTON, fFr.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . PROVOST, MARY SUSAN, Ur.D, Foley, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . PRUET, RODNEY EDWARD, fFr.D, Birmingham, Engineering . . . PUGH, WILLIAM BARTLETT, CSoph.D, Mountain Brook, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . PUR- CELL, ROY KEITH, fSoph,D, Bessemer, Engineering . . . PURVIS, ROBERT J., fSoph.D, Opp, Engineering, Sigma Nu . . . QUARLES, ' ' la. TFESPRSR, E ' se In- NOR W r . 2 , 55- .--1,, .2f' Q E D- gi Rr ra UNDERGRADUATES RUSSELL ALAN, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . QUINN, KENNETH ELMUS, fSoph.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: QUINN, MARGARET KATHRYN, CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . QUINNEY, MARILYN ELAINE, fSoph.D, Gallion, Home Economics . . . QUINNEY, REBECCA KAY, CFr.D, Gallion, Home Economics . . . QUINTERO, VICKI SUZANNE, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . RAAB, KATHLEEN DORIS, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . RABON, RICHARD DORSEY, Ur.D, Atmore, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . RABREN, ANGELINE CAROL, CFr.D, Andalusia, Nursing . . . RABUN, ELLEN NICHOLL, fSoph.D, Cleveland, Ohio, Nursing . . . RADCLIFF, BETTY DARLING, CSoph.D, Andalusia, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . RADIN, JANE, CFr.D, Miami Beach, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsi on. Row Five: RAFFIELD, RYAN BURNS, CFr.D, Florence, Engineering, Beta Theta Pi . . . RAIDER, DAVID BERNARD, Ur.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . RAINER, JOEL MARBURY, CFr.D, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . RAINES, DAVID STRATTON, fFr.D, Gulfport, Missis- sippi, Engineering, Delta Chi . . . RAINEY, FLORANNE, fFr.D, Greenville, Home Economics, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . RAINEY, MYRON DUNCAN, CSoph.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . RAMAGE, JAMES TAYLOR, III, fSoph.D, Brundidge, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . RANDALL, CECIL GLEN, CFr.D, Vicksburg, Mississippi, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . RASCO, HOWARD WENDELL, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . RAST, MARTHA ELIZA- BETH, CFr.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Kappa Delta, Page 541 UNDERGRADUATES Row One: RATCI-IFORD, COLLEEN ROBERSON, fFr.J, Sylacauga, Education . . . RATTRAY, ANNELLE, CFLJ, Jamestown, Education . . . RAVVLINGS, RAY DAVIS, CJr.J, McComb, Mississippi, Com- merce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . RAWLINSON, SANDRA JANICE, CFLJ, Marbury, Arts and Sciences . . . RAY, ALICE EDWINA, CJr.J, Jacksonville, Education, Alpha Xi Delta . . . RAY, JOE OLIVER, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . RAY, LESLIE ERIC, CFLJ, Prattville, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . RAYFIELD, JAMES WILLIAM, JR. CFr.J, Decatur, Arts and Sciences . . . RAYMON, EDWARD BRIAN, CJLJ, Tuskegee, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . REAR- DEN, HOWARD EUGENE, CFr.J, Opelika, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Sigma. Row Two: RECTOR, JUDITH ANN, fSoph.J, Danville, Illinois, Nursing, Pi Beta Phi . . . REDD, JAMES TAYLOR, CSOph.J, Bir- mingham, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . REDING, CURTIS CLEVELAND, fSoph.D, Decatur, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . REED, CHARLES HARRISON, fSoph.J, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . REED, CHUCK, fFr.J, Ozark, Education . . . REED, LARRY NORMAN, CSoph.J, Lanett, Commerce and Business Administration . . . REED, REBECCA, fSoph.J, Dover, Delaware, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . REED, RONNIE HAROLD, fSoph.D, Winfield, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . REED, ROSALYN JEAN, fJr.J, Bay Minette, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . REED, SUSAN KAY, fFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta. Row Three: REEDER, BOBBY WAYNE, CFLD, Cullman, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . REESE, CHARLES NEVILLE, CFr.D, Fort Rucker, Arts and Sciences, Theta Xi . . . REESE, JOHN CROW- ELL, fSoph.J, Chelsea, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . REEVES, JUDY E., fSoph.J, Opp, Education . . . REEVES, NANCY DAVID- SON, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . REEVES, RONALD J. F., fJr.J, Guntersville, Engineering . . . REEVES, SARA KATHRYN, QFLJ, Troy, Arts and Sciences . . . REICH, ADOLPH PHILIP, CFr.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . REICH, SIDNEY, CSoph.J, Jasper, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . REICHLEY, ROBERT JOSEPH, KFLJ, Dalton, Georgia, Engineering. Row Four: REICHWEIN, NANCY ALICE, fSoph.J, Cullman, Arts and Sciences . . . REID, LINDA LOUISE, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Chi Omega . . . REINHART, CYNTHIA LILLIAN, CSoph.J, Theodore, Education . . . REISS, NORMAN MADISON, CFLJ, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . RENNINGS, SYLVIA LOUISE, fFr.J, Clanton, Arts and Sciences . . . RENZ, REX, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . REUBEN, DIANE SUE, CJr.J, Hattiasburg, Missis- sippi, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . REYNOLDS, JAMES MICH- AEL, CSoph.D, Jasper, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . REYNOLDS, PEGGY ELAINE, CFr.J, Foley, Education . . '. REYNOLDS, WALKER, CSoph.J, Anniston, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta. Row Five:.RHODES, MARY ALICE, CSoph.J, Greenville, Arts and Sciences . . . RHONE, RICHARD WALLACE, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Acacia . . . RIALL, ANN B., CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . RICE, SAMUEL DAVID, fSoph.J, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . RICE, SARAH FRANCES, fJr.J, Northport, Education, Kappa Delta . . . RICE, SHIRLEY LEIGH, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . RICE, WILLIE EARL, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . RICH, JACK BARRY, CFr.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . RICHARDS, DANNY ANDREW, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . RICHARDS, SUZANNE MAN, CFLDQ Montgomery, Education, Alpha Xi Delta. 5-x I' Page 542 Row One: RICHARDS, VIRGINIA ANN, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . RICHARDSON, DAVID ODIS, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . RICHARDSON, NANCY PARSONS, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . RICHARDSON, RICHARD TAL, Ur.D, Birmingham, Chemistry, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . RICKETT, CHRISTINE ELIZABETH, cSOph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . RICHARDSON, ERLE RANDOLPH, JR., Ur.D, Maiion, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . RICHARDSON, ROBERT WINSTON, Ur.D, Pensacola, Flori a, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . RICKMAN, SAMUEL THOMAS, CFr.D, Jernon, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . RIDDLE, REBECCA ANN, QFLD, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu , . . RIDDLE, ROSA- LIE ELLEN, Ur.D, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta. How Two: RIDGEWAY, RON BOYD, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . RILEY, ELNA RUSSELL, Ur.D, Birmingham, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . RILEY, JR. STANCEL MARTIN, Ur.D, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . RINEHART, MARY CAROLYN, fSoph.D, Demopolis, Arts and Sciences . . . RIPPEY, WILLIAM WILSON, II, CFr.D, Fairfield, Califomia, Arts and Sciences . . . RITCHIC, JAMES MCLEAN, QSoph.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . RITTENOUR, ELEANOR LOUISE, Ur.D, Montgomery, Home Economics, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . RITTER, CHARLOTTE ANN, CFr.D, Carbon Hill, Arts and Sciences . . . RIVA, ANGELA K., fFr.D, Batre, Arts and Sciences . . . RIVERS, NANCY CAROL, fSoph.D, Orlando, Florida, Engineering. Arts and CSoph.D, Nu . . . and Sci- ences . . . ROBBINS, MICHAEL WILLARD, CFr.D, Birmingham, Row Three: RIVERS, OLIVIA WOODRUFF, CFr.D, Selma, Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . ROARK, RANDY, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma ROBBINS, JACK B., JR., CFr.D, Annandale, Virginia, Arts Education, Beta Theta Pi . . . ROBERSON, BETTY W., fFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . ROBERSON, KAY ELAINE, CSOph.D, Talladega, Nursing . . . ROBERTS, BARBARA JEAN, CSoph.D, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Education, Delta Zeta . . . ROB- ERTS, CAROLYN JOYCE, CSoph.D, Decatur, Education . . . ROB- ERTS, CHARLES CLINE, Ur.D, Cuba, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Sigma Chi . . . ROBERTS, GAIL FRANCES, fSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta. Row Four: ROBERTS, HAYWARD BERNARD, fSoph.D, York, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . ROBERTS, JUDY KATE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education . . . ROBERTS, LINDA RUTH, CSoph.D, Selma, Arts and Sci-ences, Kappa Delta . . . ROBERTS, PATRICIA ESTELLE, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Phi Mu . . . ROBERTS, R. B., CFr.D, Eufaula, Education . . . ROBERTS, ROBERT REGINOLD, lFr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Kappa Sigma . . . ROBERTS, ROY, JR., CFLD, Gadsden, Engineering . . . ROBERTS, THOMAS WILLIAM, Ur.D, Fayette, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . ROBERTSON, CHARLIE, CFr.D, Lithia Springs, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ROBERTSON, DAVID L., CSoph.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Row Five: ROBERTSON, ELIZABETH RICHARDS, fSOpl'1.D, Fay- ette, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . ROBERTSON, KAY VIC- TORIA, Ur.D, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . ROBERTSON, LINDA GAIL, CFr.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . ROBERTSON, LYNN MARTIN, fFr.D, Clayton, Arts and Sciences . . . ROBERTSON, SHERRY DORENE, fFr.D, Guin, Arts and Sciences . . . ROBICHAND, MICHAEL JAMES, fFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . ROBINETTE, RONALD ALLMON, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . ROBINSON, CHARLES GRIGG, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . ROBINSON, COOPER YERGER, JR., CSoph.D, Memphis, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . ROBINSON, CORNELIA KAY, CFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences. Page 543 1' Row One: ROBINSON, JAMES ALMO, fFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . ROBINSON, JOHN GRAHAM, CFLD, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . ROBINSON, JOSEPH M., CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . ROBIN- SON, MARY, CFLJ, Butler, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . ROBINSON, R. LARRY, C'Soph.J, Meridian, Mississippi, Engineering . . . ROBINSON, ROSEMARY, CFr.J, Gadsden, Home Economics . . . ROBINSON, SHELIA DOAN, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . ROBINSON, SHIRLEY JEAN, CSoph.l, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . ROBINSON, THOMAS R., fSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . ROBISON, CHERRY LYNN, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: ROBISON, JAMES D., CSoph.D, Oneonta, Commerce and Business Administration . . . RODENBERRY, NITA ANN, fFr.l, Tuscaloosa, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . RODGERS, BRENDA JOYCE, CSoph.D, Cullman, Education . . . RODGERS, GEORGE MILTON' CSoph.J, New York, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . RODGERS, LARRY HUGH, CFLJ, Opp, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . ROE, BRENDA LEE, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . ROE, WILLIAM ELLIS, CFr.l- Rome, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ROED- DER, WILLIMA CHAPMAN, JR., CJr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . ROGERS, CHARLOTTE GAIL, QSoph.l, Birmingham, Education . . . ROGERS, DAVID ALONZO- CSoph.J, Phenix City, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha. v x 7 Row Three: ROGERS, ELIZABETH BARNES, CFLJ, Eutaw, Educa- tion, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . ROGERS, GAIL SHANNON, CSoph.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . ROGERS, JO ANNE, fJr.Q, Union Springs, Education . . . ROGERS, JOHN MARQUIS, CFr.J, Phenix City, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Kappa Sigma . . . ROGERS, JOY LYNN, fJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . ROGERS, KARLA SUE, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts , and Sciences . . . ROGERS, LLOYD BRENT, fFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . ROGERS, MARCIA LYNN, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . ROGERS, MARY JEAN, CFLJ, Plains, Georgia, Nursing . . . ROGERS, ROBERT COBB, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi. Row Four: ROGERS, RUTH COUIBOURN, CFLQ, Eutaw, Educa- tion, Alpha Gamma Delta . . , ROGERS, STEPHEN CLAYTON, CFLJ, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . ROHE, LINDA MAE, CFr.l, Daphine, Arts and Sciences . . . ROLLINS, RITA ELAINE, CFr.J, Heflin, Arts and Sciences . . . ROPER, DOUGLAS CLINTON, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . ROSBOROUGH, WARREN ADOLPHUS, CFr.D, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Acacia . . . ROSE, GEORGE BACKUS, 1Fr.D, Shetfield, Arts and Sciences . . . ROSE, VIRGINIA ELIZABETH, CJr.l, Lexington, Kentucky, Education, Kappa Delta . . . ROSENBAUM, PAULINE CLARICE, CFr.J, Meri- dian, Mississippi, Home Economics, Sigma Delta Tau . . . ROSICH, FRANCES GAYLE, CFLD, Gadsden, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Five: ROSNER, JANE STARK, CFr.J, Mobile, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . ROSS, THOMAS BUTLER, CSoph.D, Guntersville, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . ROSS, WILLIAM HALE, fJr.D, York, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Delta Tau Delta . . . ROSSMAN, DONALD ALON, CJr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . ROTH, BRENDA LEE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . ROTON, RAYMOND LANIER, CFr.D, Tallassee, Arts and Sci- ences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . ROUSSO, SOLOMON MORRIS, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . ROWE, STANLEY DAGNAL, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . ROWELL, MARENO CLIO, CJr.J, Greenville, Engineering . . . ROWELL, NEAL POPE, JR., fFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta. Page 544 Row One: ROWLAND, HUGH PHILLIP, CSoph.J, Talladega, Arts and Sciences . . . ROWLAND, JAMES TATEM, CFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . ROWLAND, TERRY HARPER, CJr.J, Nauvoo, Arts and Sciences . . . ROYSTON, LEON DENSON, JR., CSOph.J, Moulton, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha .. . . RUBERY, RONALD JOHN, CJr.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . RUCKS, MARTHA LYNN, CFr.J, Epes, Home Economics . . . RUDDER, EMILY DIANNE, CFr.J, Cherry Point, North Carolina, Arts and Sciences . . . RUDDER, MICHAEL THOMAS, fFr.J, Decherd, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Phi Delta Theta . . . RUMLEY, MARGARET ELIZA- BETH, CFr.J, York, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . RUMMEL, WILLIAM FREDRICK, fJr.J, Columbus, Mississippi, Arts and Sci- ences, Sigma Chi. Row Two: RUSH, JANETTE LYNN, fFr.J, Birmingham, Home Eco- n0miCS, Pi Beta Phi . . . RUSH, RICHARD ALLEN, fSoph.J, Chickasaw, Arts and Sciences . . . RUSH, ROBERT GENE, iJr.J, Guntersville, Arts and Sciences . . . RUSHING, MARION DAVID, III, CSoph.J, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . RUSS, RICHARD PEARCE, CJLJ, Miami, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . RUSSELL, CAROLYN EVANS, fJr.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . RUSSELL, IMELDA MARIE, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . RUSSELL, MARK HAROLD, CJr.J, Bir- mingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . RUSSELL, OSCAR CECIL, JR., fJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . RUSSELL, RALPH TIMOTHY, crap, Foley' Commerce and Business Administration. 1 Row Three: RUSSELL, RANDALL LOUIS, CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Com- merce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . RUSSELL, STEPHEN VIRGIL, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . RUSSELL, SUSAN ANNA, fFr.J, Mobile, Education . . . RUST, MARVIN E., CSoph.J, New York, Education . . . RUTH, ELIZABETH FRANKLIN, QFLJQ Chillrcothe, Ohio, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . RUTLAND, JANIS LOUISE, QFr.J, Cherokee, Nursing . . . RUTLEDGE, ANN LOUISE, CSoph.J, Haleyville, Education, UNDERGRADUATES Zeta Tau Alpha . . . RUTLEDGE, THOMAS LEE, CSoph.J, Pleas- ant Grove, Engineering . . . RYAN, RHENWYN KEITH, CFLJ, Eva, Commerce and Business Administration . . . RYAN, WILLIAM BAFRENBRUGGE, CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau De ta. Row Four: SACHER, BARTON STUART, CFr.J, Gadsden, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . SACK, SUSAN FRANCES, CJr.J, Clarksdale, Mississippi, Home Economics, Sigma Delta Tau . . . SADLER, JOHN ALLEN, CFLJ, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . SAHAWNEH, KAMAL FARHAN, fJr.J, Jordan, Engineering . . . SAHM, THOMAS WILLIAM, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . SAIK, PATRICIA E., CSoph.J, Hammond, Louisiana, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . SAINT, JOHN BUTLER, CJr.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . SALIBA, DIANE MARIA, CSoph.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences . . . SALIBA, JOSEPH ELIAS, JR., CJr.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Theta Xi . . . SALTER, R. ALICE, CSoph.J, McKenzie, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Five: SALYER, WARREN RUSSELL, CFLJ, Prattville, Educa- tion, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . SANDERS, KENNETH RUSSELL, fSoph.J, Shawmut, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SANDERS, LAVERAL TI-IEREZE, fFr.J, Mobile, Education, Chi Omega . . . SANDERS, MARY JOYCE, CFLJ, Cullman, Arts and Sciences . . . SANDERS, SALLIE MARIE, fFr.J, Cleveland, Missis- sippi, Home Economics, Kappa Delta . . . SANDLIN, FRED COLE- MAN, fFr.J, Hamilton, Arts and Sciences . . . SANDLIN, LINDA CAROL, lSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . SANDLIN, MCPEWAIN, JR., CFr.J, Rome, Georgia, Arts and Sci-ences . . . SANDLIN, STEVEN MARSH, fSoph.J, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . SANFORD, FLORENE, fJr.J, Home Eco- nomics, Tuscaloosa. Page 545 UNDERGRADUATES How One: SANFORD, GAIL, CJr.J, Boaz, Home Economics . . . SANFORD, LENORA KELLEY, CFr.D, Wetumpka, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . SANFORD, SHARON LEIGH, CSoph.D, Alexandria, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . SAR- GENT, SUSAN ALFRETTA, CFr.j, Birmingham, Education . . . SAVELL, FRED BASS, CSoph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Theta Xi . . . SAVVYER, AMANDA ANNE, CFr.D, Fairhope, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . SAWYER, CHARLOTTE DEESE, CSoph.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . SAWYER, SARA JO, CFr.J, Hanceville, Education . . . SAWYER, WILLIAM EDWIN, CFLJ, Enterprise, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . SAXTON, RICHARD CLINTON, CFr.J, Little Rock, Arkansas, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta. Row Two: SAYWELL, MARGRET ANN, fJr.J, Sheffield, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . SCAIFE, CAROLYN, CFr.J, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences . . . SCALES, JOHN RICHARD, CFr.l, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . SCHAEFFER, LYNDA MARY, QFr.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences . . . SCHARNOWSKI, PEINARD L., CJr.J, Huntsville, Engineering, Theta Tau . . . SCHAUB, JANE LYNN, CFr.J, Mobile, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . SCHELL, ANNE PATTON, CFLJ, Sheffield, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . SCHEV, ROBERT EDWARD, CFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . SCHIBANI, ALBERT JOSEPH, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . SCHNEIDER, CARL H., QJLJ, Hinesville, Georgia, Engineering, Phi Epsilon Pi. How Three: SCHNEIDER, RAYMOND WILLIAM, CSoph.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . SCHNELL, LINDA RAE, CFr.J, Gallion, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . SCHULTZ, SANDRA EARLE, CFr.J, Foley, Nursing, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . SCHULVVOLF, LYNN NACE, tSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sci- ences, Phi Epsilon Pi . , . SCHUMACHER, JAN KATHLENE, fFr.J, Enterprise, Arts and Sciences . . . SCHWARZENBEK, ROBERT FREDERICK, CFr.J, Short Hills, New Jersey, Engineering, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . SCHWEERS, DAVID HERMAN, CFr.J, Phenix City, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . SCOGGINS, JERRY DWAYNE, fFr.D, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . SCOGGINS, SANDRA LEONA, QSoph.J, Tarrant, Education . . . SCONYERS, JANICE DIANE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: SCOTT, CECIL BRAXTON, fFr.J, Birmingham, Engi- neering, Theta Chi . . . SCOTT, JANET YVONNE, CJLJ, Bessemer, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . SCOTT, LAWRENCE ALLAN, CSoph.J, Selma, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . SCOTT, MARY, CSoph.J, Andalusia, Home Economics . . . SCOTT, RICHARD FRANCIS, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SCOTT, ROBERT LOUIS, CSoph.D, Panama City, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . SCOTT, SHARON LOUISE, CSoph.J, Linden, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . SEACAT, LINDA LOUISE, CSoph.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . SEALE, ALVIN MAXWELL, CFr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SEALES, MARVIN ALEXANDER, CSoph.j, Pell City, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta. Row Five: SEALS, SAMMY J., CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Theta Tau . . . SEALY, A. JUDSON, CJr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration , . . SEARCY, MARTIN VAN, CFLJ, Jackson, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma . . . SEARCY, SUSAN KATHERINE, CSoph.J, Stevenson, Nursing . . . SEAVER, JAMES M., CJr.J, At- lanta, Georgia, Arts and Sciences . . , SEAY, DOUGLAS CURTIS, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . SEAY, ORVAL LEE, CJLJ, Phil Campbell, Education . . . SEAY, SANDRA LEE, fSoph.J, Phil Campbell, Education . , . SEGLER, JULIEN, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SEIDEL, EDWARD ROBERT, CFr.J, Selma, Arts and Sciences. F , av- Q' "X A,, Page 546 Row One: SEIDEL, MARGARET EVELYN, CSoph.D, Rochester, New York, Education, Alpha Xi Delta . . . SEIFERT, WILLIAM ROSS, CFr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . SEITHALIL, ALEX, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences , . . SELF, CLARENCE DOUGLAS, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Delta Tau Delta . . . SELF, DEIDRE ANN, CSoph.D, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . SELF, HELEN JANE, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . REBECCA SUSAN, fFr.D, Selma, Arts and Sciences . . . SANDRA GAYLE, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . SEL- ANITA ELAINE F Mobile Arts and Sciences . . SEL- SELF, SELF, LERS, , f r.D, ' , ' . LERS, 'BRENDA GAIL, CSoph.D, Cottondale, Arts and Sciences. Row Two: SELLERS, CLARENCE WILBORN, JR., fFr.D, Huey- town, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . SELLERS, JAMES WILLIAM, Ur.D, Monroeville, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Delta Tau Delta . . . SELLERS, MARY EILEEN, CSoph.D, Arlington, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . SELLERS, PRISCILLA ANN, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . JSELLERS, RONALD ALLEN, Ur.D, Bessemer, Education . . . SELMAN, JERRY KERN, Ur.D, Jasper, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . SELMAN, MARY RUTH, CFr.D, Troy, Nursing, Delta Gamma . . . SENICZ, GEORGE, CSoph.D, Trenton, New Jersey, Engineering . . . SENTZ, DOROTHY ANN, CFr.D, Florence, Arts and Sciences . . . SERFIN, ADOLPH T., CFr.D, Rumson, New Jersey, Engineering, Theta Xi. Row Three: SERIO, MARY NANCY, QFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SESSIONS, LEWE FRANK, III, iS0ph.D, Ozark, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . SESSIONS, RICHARD C., fSoph.D, Gadsden, Engineering . . . SESSIONS, WILEY CLIFFORD, CSoph.D, Decatur, Engineering . . . SESSIONS, WILLIAM HENRY, AJR., Ur.D, Evergreen, Com- merce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . SEVIER, MARY RUTH, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . SEX- TON, MARCIA JAN, CFr.D, Clanton, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . SEYMOUR, ROBERT ALAN, CFr.D, San Francisco, California, Engineering, Sigma Nu . . . SHADDIX, RONALD DEWARD, Ur.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . SHAFFER, MICHAEL JAN, CFr.D, Abingdon, Virginia, Com- merce and Business Administration. Row Four: SHAFTMAN, FREDRICK KRISCH, fFr.D, Roanoke, Virginia, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . SHANKS, LINDA EVELYN, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . SHANNON, MANA ANN, CSoph.D, Gadsden, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . SHAW, JOHN CONNOR, fSoph.D, Uniontown, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . SHAW, LAURA ELIZABETH, CFr.D, Aliceville, Arts and Sciences . . . SHAW, RICHARD ALAN, Ur.D, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . SHAW, ROBERTA FOX, CFr.D, Uniontown, Education, Chi Omega . . . SHEEDY, JOHN JOSEPH, CFr.D, University, Arts and Sciences, Acacia . . . SHEFF, RICHARD STEPHEN, Ur.D, Huntsville, Education, Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . SHEHEANE, MICHAEL WAYNE, fSoph.D, Alexander City, Education, Delta Tau Delta. Row Five: SHELINBARGER, BERT JUNE, CSoph.D, Topeka, Kansas, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . SHELLER, PAULA RUTH, CSoph.D, Lafayette, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . SHELTON, BONNIE RUTH, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Xi Delta . . . SHEPARD, DIANE, iSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi . . . SHEPARD, SUSAN LEE, CSoph.D, Longmeadow, Massachusetts, Arts and Sci- ences . . . SHEPHERD, BARBARA JEAN, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . SHEPHERD, DONALD MARTIN, CFr.D, Darien, Connecticut, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . SHEPHERD, JUDY, CFr.D, Berry, Education . . . SHEPHERD, MARIETTA, fSoph.D, Aliceville, Education . . . SHER- ERi ELIZABETH JANE, Ur.D, Birmingham, Education, Delta Delta De ta. Page 547 i l Row One: SHERER, JANET KAY, fSoph.J, Montgomery, Education . . . SHERER, MARTHA ELETTE, tSoph.J, Gadsden, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . SHERER, MARY KATHLEEN, CJr.J, Tusca- loosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . SHERIDAN, DANIEL J., CJr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . SHERIDAN, GLORIA JANE, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SHERREL, RUTHIE MARIE, CSoph.D, Marianna, Florida, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . SHERRER, JAMES HILTON, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education . . . SHERRILL, RICHARD BYRD, JR., CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . SHEVIN, STUART NORRIS, CFr.J, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . SHEW, RDYICE STANFORD, CJr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Ap a. Row Two: SHIELD, LINDA KAY, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . SHILLING, ARTHUR, CJr.J, Englewood, Colorado, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . SHILLINCBURG, GAYLE ANN, CFLJ, Birmingham, Education, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . SHIRLEY, DIANE, fFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . SHIRLEY, LYNN, tFr.J, Decatur, Engineering . . . SHIRLEY, POLLY ANNE, CFLJ, Northport, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . SHIV- ERS, JANE MARGARET, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . SHOOK, BURTON SHERWOOD, II, fFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Chi . . . SHOPE, MARY NEAL, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . SHO- STROM, ANNE PAMELA, CSoph.J, Geneva, Arts and Sciences. Row Three: SHOULTS, RICHARD WAYNE, CFr.D, Cullman, Home Economics . . . SHROUT, GEORGE RODERICK, CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . SHUCK, ROBERT EDWARD, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Education . . . SHUGART, LYNNE, CFLD, Fort Payne, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . SHUGART, SARAH RUTH, CFr.J, Fort Payne, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . SHUMAKER, HAROLD DENNIS, CJr.D, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . SHUMAKER, KARL THOMAS, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Sigma Chi . . . SHUMATE, JUDY ELAINE, fSoph.J, Arab, Education . . . SHU- NIAK, DEND JOHN, fSoph.J, Oxford, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . SHURBET, EDWIN RANDALL, fSoph.J, Cropwell, Com- merce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu. Row Four: SHUTE, JANE CECILIA, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . SHUTTLESWORTH, MARK ANTHONY, fFr.J, Hampton, South Carolina, Education . . . SIDES, IDA MAR- GARET, CSoph.D, Madison, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . SIEGELMAN, DON EUGENE, CJr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . SILLS, ELAINE BEVERLY, tFr.J, Hunts- ville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . SILLS, NANCY GERRY, CJr.J, Huntsville, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . SILS- BEE, WILLIAM MEAD, JR., CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . SILVER, JUDY MARILYN, fFI'.JQ Biloxi, Mississippi, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . SILVERMAN, JANE ELLEN, CFr.J, Mobile, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . SILVERSTEIN, KATHRYN FRANCES, CFr.J, Brownsville, Tennessee, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon. Row Five: SILVERSTEIN, TERESA TAMM, CFLJ, Brownsville, Ten- nessee, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . SIMMONS, LARRY DEL- MONT, CFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . SIMMONS, SANDRA SUE, CFU, Binningham, Home Economics . . . SIMON, JAMES MONNIER, JR., CSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . SIMONS, JAMES HOLMES, CJr.J, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SIMPSON, CAROL LYNNE, CFLJ, Birmingham, Education . . . SIMPSON, CHARLES MICHAEL, CSoph.J, Hartselle, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . SIMPSON, RICHARD LEE, CJr.J, Homewood, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . SIMPSON, ROSEMARY, CFr.J, Bessemer, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . SIMS, BARBARA DIANE, CFr.J, Gadsden, Education, Pi Beta Phi. Page 543 Row One: SIMS, CYNTHIA LORRAINE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . SIMS, JILL, CSoph.Q, Washington, D. C., Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . SINGLETON, STEPHEN L., CFr.J, Cullman, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SINGLEY, VIRGINIA H., fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . SINIARD, SUSAN GWEN, CFLJ, Gadsden, Edu- cation, Alpha Chi Omega . . . SISK, BARBARA CAROLYN, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Education . . . SITTASON, BEVERLY JEAN, CFr.J, Decatur, Home Economics . . . SITTON, DALE ABBOTT, CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . , SIZEMORE, JAMES DANIEL, fFr.J, Gadsden, Com- merce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . SIZEMORE, JOANNE ELIZABETH, fFr.J, Birmingham, Nursing, Delta Zeta. How Two: SKIDMORE, ROBERT MONTGOMERY, fSoph.J, De- catur, Arts and Sciences . . . SKIPPER, LEE, CJr.J, Roanoke, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . SKIPPER, LEWIS ALVIN, JR., CSoph.J, Newton, Engineering . . . SKIPPER, NANCY HOLT, CFr.J, Rich- mond, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . SKUDIN, PATRICIA ROSE, QJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . SLAUGHTER, RENEE MARION, fFr.J, Birmingham, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . SLAUGHTER, ROBERT LEON, CFr.J, Bay Minette, Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta . . . SLAY, HOWARD ALLEN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . SLEDGE, EDWARD SIMMONS, CSoph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . SLEDGE, LARRY DON, CFr. J, Rogersville, Arts and Sciences. Row Three: SLEDGE, SHALON NEAL, fFr.J, Rogersville, Engineer- ing . . . SLIZ, FRANK WILLIAM, CFLJ, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . SMALL, ARTRE HARCOURT, CSoph.J, Clearwater, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Xi . . . SMALLEY, REBECCA, lSoph.J, Birmingham, Engineering . . . SMART, ALICE A., fSoph.J, Silverhill, Nursing . . . SMART, TERRY DANIEL, CJLJ, Scottsboro, Commerce and Business Administration, UNDERGRADUATES Phi Kappa Psi . . . SMITH, ALICE RUTH, CFr.J, Attalla, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . SMITH, ANNE GERMAINE, CFLJ, Germantown, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . SMITH, APRIL MERLE, CSoph,J, Orlando, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . SMITH, BEVERLY ANN, CFr.J, Montgomery, Education. Row Four: SMITH, BRENDA FAYE, CSoph.J, Carrollton, Education . . . SMITH, CAROLE JOY, CJr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . SMITH, CHARENE VIRGINIA, CJr.J, Gaysville, Arts and Sciences . . . SMITH, CHARLIE C., JR., lSoph.J, Decatur, Com- merce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . SMITH, CLYDE GREEN, JR., CFLJ, Leeds, Engineering . . . SMITH, CONNIE, fFr.J, Eufaula, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . SMITH, CONNIE LALETTE, CFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . SMITH, DALE CHERYL, CSoph.J, Falls Church, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . SMITH, DANY OSCAR, CFLJ, Mont- gomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . SMITH, DEBORAH JANE, fFr.J, Reform, Nursing, Zeta Tau Alpha. Row Five: SMITH, DONALDA ASHLEY, fSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Edu- cation, Kappa Delta . . . SMITH, DOROTHY JANE, CJr.J, Bir- mingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Mu . . . SMITH, ELIZABETH INEZ, CFLJ, Sylacauga, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration . . . SMITH, EUGENE THOMAS, CSoph.J, Trussville, Education . . . SMITH, HOLT THOMAS, JR., CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . SMITH, JANICE MARIE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . SMITH, JERRY NIZON, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Theta Tau . . . SMITH, JUDITH K., QFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . SMITH, JULE BARNES, CFr.J, Prattville, Education, Kappa Delta . . , SMITH, KAREN AN- NETTE, CFr.J, Gadsden, Education, Alpha Omicon Pi. Page 549 UNDERGRADUATES Row One: SMITH, KAREN EVELYN, fFr.D, Tarrant, Arts and Sci- ences . . . SMITH, KAREN LYNN, fFr.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sci- ences . . . SMITH, KAY E., CFr.D, Wetumpka, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . SMITH, KENNETH LARRY, CSoph.D, Elba, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . SMITH, KENNETH OLIVER, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . SMITH, KIPLINC CRAIG, fFr.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SMITH, LARRY DON, Ur.D, Gadsden, Com- merce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . SMITH, LINDA GAIL, CSoph.D, Millport, Nursing . . . SMITH, MICKIE, CFr.D, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . SMITH, NANCY DALE, CSoph.D , Athens, Education. Row Two: SMITH, O. ROMAINE, JR., CSoph.D, Birmingham, Engi- neering . . . SMITH, PAGE NORTON, CSoph.D, Selma, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . SMITH, PAMELA CECILE, CSoph.D, Chickasaw, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Zeta . . . SMITH, PAUL STEVEN, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Engineering . . . SMITH, PHYLLIS RUTH, CFr.D, Payette, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . SMITH, ROBERT WARREN, JR., fFr.D, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Engineering, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . SMITH, RODGER DALE, Ur.D, Oakman, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SMITH, RONALD CEDRIC, CFr.D, Ottawa, Illinois, Arts and Sciences, Chi Phi . . . SMITH, SALLY EDMONDSON, Ur.D, Montgomery, Edu- cation, Phi Mu . . . SMITH, SANDRA MADISON, CSoph.D, NaSh- ville, Tennessee, Education, Phi Mu. Row Three: SMITH, SUSAN, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . SMITH, SUSAN ELIZABETH, Ur.D, Gadsden, Edu- cation, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . SMITH, THOMAS CLARK, fFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . SMITH, THOMAS JAY, fFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . SMITH, TIMOTHY N., CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . SMITH, WANDA KAYE, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . SMITH, WILLIAM GER- ALD, Ur.D, Niagara Falls, New York, Arts and Sciences, Acacia . . . SMITH, WILLIAM LAMAR, JR., fFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . SMITHSON, CARL WAYNE, CSoph.D, Marion, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . SMITHSON, SUSAN GAIL, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega. Row Four: SNIDER, PATRICIA ANN, fFr.D, Birmingham, Educa- tion . , . SNOW, CAROL JEAN, KFr.D, Hueytown, Nursing . . . SNYDER, DEAN ATLEE, CFLD, Alexandria, Virginia, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . SOKOL, HOWARD IRVING, fFr.D, Homewood, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . SOKOL, MURRAY STEPHEN, Ur.D, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, Zeta Beta Tau . . . SOLLEY, EDWARD CECIL, CSoph.D, Arab, Engineering . . . SOLO- MON, EDWARD, CSoph.D, Clarksville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . SOLOMONS, ELLA KOPP, CFr.D, St. Petersburg, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau . . . SORENSEN, DIANE C., QSoph.D, Huntsville, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . SOREN- SON, HOUSTON S., CSoph.D, Birmingham, Engineering. Row Five: SOUTH, REBECCA ALLEN, Ur.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . SOUTHWELL, SARAH CALHOUN, CSoph.D, Tallassee, Florida, Education . . . SPAIN, ANNA KRISTIN, lFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . SPANN, ARTHUR THOMAS, Ur.D, Dothan, Arts and Sciences . . . SPARKS, CAROLYN JO, Ur.D, Moulton, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . SPARKS, CHARLOTTE LOUISE, CSoph.D, Fort Payne, Home Economics . . . SPARKS, SAMUEL ROY, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SPEARMAN, HARRIET LYNN, fSoph.D, Bes- semer, Education . . . SPEEGLE, SANDRA JEAN, CSoph.D, Mount Olive, Education . . . SPENCER, DOUGLAS JACKSON, fSoph.D, Garland, Texas, Commerce and Business Administration. Page 550 Row One: SPENCER, LINDA A., CJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . SPICER, JULIA ANN, CFr.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . SPIGHT, BARBARA ANNE, CSoph.J, Demopolis, Education, Kappa Delta . . . SPIVEY, DAVID ROSCOE, CFLD, Foley, Engineering, Acacia . . . SPIVEY, HENRY ROY, CJLJ, Foley, Arts and Sciences, Acacia . . . SPOONER, LINDA ELAINE, fFr.J, Mobile, Nursing . . . SPREE, KENNON, CJr.J, Boligee, Home Eco- nomics, Delta Gamma . . . SPRINGER, CLYNIS ELAINE, CSoph.J, Gordo, Education . . . SPRINGFIELD, CLAUDE HARRISON, III, fSoph.J, Memphis, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Phi Delta Theta . . . SPRINGFIELD, ROBERT RANDALL, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa. Row Two: SPRUIEL, JEANNE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Education . . . SQUITIERI, LINDA CHRIS, fSOph.J, Frankfurt A!Main, West Germany, Nursing, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . STABILE, MARLINE ELIZABETH, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Xi Delta . . . STABLER, ELIZABETH J., fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . STAGER, REBECCA P., QSOph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . STAHL, BILLIE SUE, CSoph.J, Ravena, New York, Education . . . STAKES, JOHN FREDERICK, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sci- ences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . STALLINGS, JESSE FRANK, JR., fSoph.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . STALLINGS, MARTHA DALE, fJr.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . STALLWORTI-I, SAMUEL S., JR., fSoph.Q, Manchester, llgeifv Hampshire, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau eta. Row Three: STALLWORTH, WILLIAM HENRY, CFr.J, Meridian, Mississippi, Commerce and Business Administration . . . STAMBAUGH, G. MICHAEL, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . STANBERRY, CHARLES MICHAEL, QJLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . STANDRIDGE, JONAH PERRY, II, fFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . STANDRIDGE, MARTHA, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education Page . . . STANFORD, BRENDA LEIGH, CJr.D, Montgomery, Education, Phi Mu . . . STANFORD, CHARLES RICHARD, CJr.D, Marietta, Georgia, Education . . . STANFORD, JOSEPH PHILIP, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta . . . STANLEY, BRENDA GAIL, CJr.J, Tuscumbia, Education . . . STANELY, ELOISE GWENDOLYN, fSoph.J, Silas, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. Row Four: STANLEY, JOSEPH EMORY, fJr.J, Birmingham, Corn- merce and Business Administration . . . STANSELL, ELLA MAE, CJr.j, Tuscumbia, Education . . . STAPLES, FREIDA ELAINE, CFLJ, Tuscumbia, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . STARLING, ROBERT JAMES, CSoph.J, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . STARLING, SHELBY LAMAR, JR., fSopl'1.J, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . STARNES, WILLIAM STANCIL, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . STEAD, PAMELA N., CSoph.J, Greenville, Nursing, Pi Beta Phi . . . STEELE, NANETTE PECK, KFLJ, Athens, Education, Phi Mu . . . STEELE, SANDRA JEAN, lFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . STEIGER- WALD, SARAJANE, fSoph.J, Huntsville, Home Economics, Delta Gamma. Row Five: STEIN, SUSAN, CSoph.J, Tupelo, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . STENCEL, JACK, CFLJ, Mont- gomery, Engineering, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . STEPHENS, CHARLES EUGENE, CSoph.J, Lipscomb, Engineering . . . STEPHENS, JULIA LEE, fSoph.J, Selma, Education . . . STEPHENS, LOUIS BELL, JR., CJr.D, Jacksonville, Engineering . . . STEPHENS, RANDALL HOWARD, fFr.D, Gadsden, Engineering . . . STEPHENSQ WIL- LIAM CARL, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Engineering . . . STERN, BERNARD MORRIS, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . STEWART, BROWNIE GRACE, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sci-ences, Kappa Delta . . . STEWART, BRUCE LEE, CFr.J, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences. 551 Row One: STEWART, CHARLOTTE NAN, CSoph.D, East Gadsden, Education . . . STEWART, JULIA BLANCHE, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . STEWART, MICHAEL LEWIS, QFr.D, Birmingham, Engineering . . . STEWART, MICHELLE JOETTE, fSoph.D, Montgomery, Education . . . STEVVART, ROBERT LEWIS, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Engineering . . . STEWART, SARAH ANN, CFr.D, Jackson, Arts and Sciences . . . STEWART, VVILLIAM GARLAND, CFr.D, Scottsboro, Engineering . . . STEVVART, W. WILSON, JR., CJr.D, Selma, Commerce and Business Administration . . . STIFFLEMIRE, ROBER FREDERICK, fJr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . STILLMAN, LEWIS VAN, CFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Epsilon Pi. Row Two: STILSON, CHARLES MICHAEL, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Engineering . . . STINNETT, SHEILA ANN, CFr.D, Decatur, Home Economics, Delta Delta Delta . . . STOCKARD, FRANK, III, fJr.D, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . STOGNER, ANNA LORENE, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Engineering . . . STOKES, DONNA KAY, CFr.D, Sylacauga, Commerce and Business Administration . . . STOKES, NIKKI GAY, CFr.D, Clanton, Educa- tion, Pi Beta Phi , . . STONE, JOSEPH RONALD, CFr.D, Birming- ham, Engineering . . . STONE, TERESA KAYE, CFr.D, Sumiton, Education . . . STOUT, RODERICK PAUL, fJr.D, Mobile: Com- merce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . STRAIT, HEATHER LEIGH, CSoph.D, Alexandria, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega. Row Three: STRAWBRIDGE, NEWMAN GUTHRIE, fSoph.D, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . STREET, ESSIE ELIZABETH, CFr.D, Daphue, Education . . . STREET, ROBERT DOUGLAS, CSoph.D, Hartselle, Arts and Sciences . . . STREIT, GEORGE RUSSELL, CFr.D, Sheffield, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . STRICKLAND, BRENDA COL- LINS, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . STRICKLAND, DONNA CARDLE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . STRICKLAND, E. FLOY, CJr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences Page . . . STRICKLAND, FRANCES CONWVAY, CJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . STRICKLAND, WILLIAM LESTER, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . STRINGFELLOW, F. ELAINE, CSoph.D, Aliceville, Edu- cation, Chi Omega. How Four: STRONG, PATTI CLIFFORD, CJr.D, Selma, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . STRUBEL, JOHN B., III, CJr.D, Mont- gomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . STUART, DAVID NVILLIAM, QJr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . STUART, HELEN HOPE, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . STUBBS, KATHERN GAYLE, CSoph.D, Morris, Arts and Sciences . . . STUBBS, RONALD D., CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Engineering . . . STUCKEY, JAMES CURTIS, JR.: CFr.D, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . SUDDUTH, BARBARA SUE, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . SULC, STEPHEN KEITH, QSoph.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi . . . SULLIVAN, CYNTHIA MARY, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Education, Delta Zeta. Row Five: SULLIVAN, DANIEL FRANCIS, JR., fSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . SULLIVAN, EDWIN HOKE, QFr.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . SULLIVAN, PHILIP LEE, CFr.D, Panama City, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . SULLIVAN, RICHARD CROULEY, CFr.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . SULLIVAN, SHIRLEY ANN, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . SULLIVAN, THOMAS C., CSoph.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . SUMMERLIN, BARBARA FRANK, CJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . SUMMERS, MELODY LEE, CJr.D, Birmingham, Education . . . SUMMERS, ROSEMARY, CSoph.D, Russellville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha X1 Delta . . . SUMMERS, PAUL GERALD, CJr.D, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration. 552 Row Ona SUSMAN, EILEEN GAIL, qsophq, Mobile, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . SUSSEX, MARY PATRICIA, Ur.D, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . SUSSKY, MARGARET ANN, CFr.D, Houston, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . SUTHER- LIN, GEORGE ALLISON, CFr.D, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . . SUTLEY, JUDY ELAINE, CFr.D, Pleasant Grove, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . SUT- TON, MICHAEL OWAN, Ur.D, Cullman, Engineering, Kappa Sigma . . . SWAGER, STEPHAN LANE, CFr.D, Sheffield, Commerce and Business Administration . . . SWANSON, TERI JAN, CSoph.D, San Diego, California, Arts and Sciences . . . SWEENEY, TANDY A., QFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . SWIATEK, MARK JOHN, fSoph.D, Clifton, New Jersey, Education, Delta C i. Row Two: SWINDELL, ROBERT DAVID, fSOph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . SWINDEL, VICKI JANE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . SYLTIE, ANN CLAIRE, CSoph.D, Mobile, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . SYMMS, MICHAEL SIGMAN, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . SYX, CHARLOTTE FAYE, fSoph.D, Greensboro, Arts and Sciences . . . TABER, JAYNE, Ur.D, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . TAGGART, JANE ANN, CSoph.D, Birming- ham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TALIAFERRO, BOBBY DALE, CFr.D, Anniston, Arts and Sciences . . . TALIAFERRO, RICHARD HENRY, CFr.D, Bimiingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . TALL, KATHLEEN M., QFr.D, Annapolis, Mary- land, Education. Row Three: TALLEY, ELIZABETH MARIE, QFIZDQ Birmingham, Education . . . TANG-PETERSEN, CHARLOTTE EMILIE, fFr.D, Falster, Denmark, Arts and Sciences . . . TANNER, GORDON OWEN, CFr.D, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . TANNER, ROBERT CLYDE, CFr.D, Evergreen, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu . . . TANT, ELLEN LYNNETTE, CFr.D, Cottondale, Nursing, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . TARWATER, DANNY HUGH, fFr.D, Guin, Engineering . . . TATE, UNDERGRADUATES FORREST OVERTON, JR., Ur.D, Alexander City, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta . . . TATE, MARY TODD, CSoph.D, Mobile, Education, Pi Beta Phi . . . TAYLOR, CONSTANCE JANIE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . TAY- LOR, ELIZABETH ANN, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma. Row Four: TAYLOR, JAMES FRANCIS, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta . . . TAYLOR, LARRY PHILLIP, QFIZDQ Greensboro, Education . . . TAYLOR, NAN, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Edu- cation, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . TAYLOR, NANCY JANE, Ur.D, Sheffield, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . TEMPLE, MAR- GARET KARON, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Phi Beta Phi . . . TENINBAUM, PHILLIP LOUIS, fSopl'1.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Epsilon Pi . . . TEPNER, RONALD C., Ur.D, Thomas- ville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TERCH, LINDA JOYCE, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . TERRY, MIRIAM KAY, Ur.D, Lineville, Education . . . THACKER, ROBERT ASA, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta. Row Five: THAMES, SUSAN GLOVER, CSoph.D, Mobile, Educa- tion, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . THAYER, GORDON MARSHALL, CSoph.D, Hope, Indiana, Education, Sigma Chi . . . THOENY, BER- NARD JOHN, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . THOMAS, CHESTER RONALD, CFr.D, Birmingham, Engineering . . . THOMAS, ELIZABETH CAROLYN, CSoph.D, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . THOMAS, JANICE MICHELLE, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . THOMAS, KATHY COONEY, CFr.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . THOMAS, MYRA JEAN, fFr.D, Stevenson, Arts and Sciences . . . THOMAS, PHEBE MASGROVE, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . THOMAS, ROBERT MARCELLUS, CFr.D, Fort Payne, Commerce and Business Administration. if 6 I Page 553 UNDERGRADUATES Row One: THOMAS, SANDRA MARIE, CFLD, Hueytown, Home Economics, Delta Zeta . . . THOMAS, TERRY WAYNE, CFr.D, Hunts- ville, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . THOMAS, VIVIAN ELIZABETH, CSoph.D, Eclectic, Education . . . THOMAS, WILLIAM HAROLD, CFr.J, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . THOMASON, JON GREGORY, CFr.J, Ozark, Arts and Sciences . . . THOMASON, PATRICIA, CFr.J, Birmingham, Nursing . . . THOMASSON, ELIZA- BETH W., CJr.J, Lynchburg, Virginia, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . TROMBLEE, JON DONALD, fJr.D, Huntsville, Engineering . . . THOMASON, MATTHEW DEWITT, CJr.D, Birmingham, Engi- neering, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . THOMPSON, ALVIN JOHN, fJr.j, Foley, Chemistry . . . THOMPSON, GEORGE RODNEY, CJr.D, Prattville, Education. Row Two: THOMPSON, MARGARET ANN, QSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . THOMPSON, NELSON ALFRED, CSOph.J, Russellville, Arts and Sciences . . . THOMPSON, RICHARD CZEROJ, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . THOMPSON, ROBERT BENJAMIN, QFLJ, Foley, Engineering . . . THOMPSON, ROBERT L., JR., CFr.J, Hueytown, Engineering . . . THOMPSON, ROSALIND A., CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . THOMPSON, RUTH KATE, fFr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . THOMPSON, VIRGINIA, CSoph.l, Montgomery, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . THORN, DONALD WILLIAM, fFr.J, Vina, Engineering . . . THORNTON, CRAIG DILL, fFr.D, Anniston, Engineering, Acacia . . . THORNTON, JAMES HAROLD, CSoph.D- Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration. 7 Row Three: THORNTON, JAMES MARVIN, CJLJ, Birmingham, Education, Sigma Nu . . . THORNTON, PRISCILLA FAIRLIE, CSoph.J, Montgomery, Nursing, Kappa Delta . . . THORNTON, RONALD JEROME, CFr.J, Guen, Arts and Sciences . . . THRASHER MILDRED LOUISE, CJr.J, Huntsville, Education . . . TIDWELL, MARY ALICE, iSoph.J, Winfield, Home Economics . . . TIDNVELL, SUSAN BURNS, fJr.D, Gadsden, Education, Delta Zeta . . . TID- 2 WELL, WILLIAM C., III, CSoph.D, Livingston, Engineering- Phi Kappa Psi . . . TILL, ARTHUR GREY, JR., Um, Forest Home- Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Psi . . . TILLERY, CAROLINE, CSoph.JT York, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . TILLEY, LINDA- fSoph.j: Cottondale, Education . . . TILLEY, ROBERT EARL, QELJ- cadsi den, Commerce and Business Administration. , Row Four: TILLMAN, ALVA RICHARD, CSoph.D, Greenville, En- gineering . . . TINNEY, JOHN ALVIN, fFr.l, Talladega, Arts and Sciences . . . TINNIN, CHARLES ALEXANDER, JR., CFLJ, Meri- dian, Mississippi, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . TIPPER, WILLIAM DURRELL, fFr.J, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TIPPINS, COURTNEY GARTH, fSoph.J, Pensacola, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . TISDALE, BEN JOHNSTON, CJr.D, Foley, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TISDALE, RONALD MARION, fFr.J, Birming- ham, Arts and Sciences . . . TOFT, MARY MALANE, CFLJ, Milland City, Arts and Sciences . . . TOLER, PATRICIA ANN, CSoph.J, Dublin, Georgia, Arts and Sciences . . . TOMLIN, ERIC MAXWELL, CFr.D, Ashland, Engineering . . . TOMLINSON, CHARLOTTE, iSoph.J, Jackson, Home Economics, Phi Mu. Row Five: TOPOREK, CLAIRE DEBRA, CSoph.D, Charleston, South Carolina, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . TOWERY, LAYMON KEN, CFr.J, Childersburg, Arts and Sciences . . . TOWNSEND, JACKIE L., CFr.D, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . TUXEY, ANGEHA JEAN, CSoph.J, Lipscomb, Education . . . TRA- BUE, ANNE DUPUY, CFr.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . TRABUE, LUCY BELSER, CFr.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . TRAINA, JOANNE MARIE, CJr.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences . . . TRAMMELL, JAMES VVALTER, CFLD, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . TRAUTMAN, JAMES WILLIAM, fSoph.D, New Brunswick, New Jersey, Education . . . TRAVIS, EDWARD FRANCIS, fSoph.l: Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TAYLOR, EDWARD E., JR., fFr.J, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration. 5. ,1 1 , U to i K G5 Page 554 Row One: THREADWAY, CURTIS ALTON, fFr.J, Russellville, Engi- neering . . . TRESLAR, SHERRYL ANN, fSoph.J, McCalla, Educa- tion . . . TRIBBLE, RICHARD WALTER, CJr.J, Montgomery, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . TRICE, CAROL ANN, CFr.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences . . . TRICE, LARRY FRANK, CJr.J, Gilbertown, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TRIMBLE, SUSAN ELIZABETH, CJr.J, Florence, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . TROMBLEE, JON DONALD, CJr.J, Huntsville, Engineer- ing, Theta Tau . . . TROOPE, WOODROW WILSON, JR., CJr.J, Crossville, Arts and Sciences . . . TROUTMAN, DOTY GENE, CSoph.D, Fernwood, Mississippi, Education . . . TROY, LINDA LOUISE, CFr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . TRUITT, GORDON ALLEN, fFr.J, East Longmeadow, Mississippi, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration. Row Two: TUBB, JONES GLYNN, lFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . TUCKER, ANN MARIE, CFr.J, Frisco City, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . TUCKER, CYNTHIA GAIL, CFr.J, Cullman, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . TUCKER, JACQUELINE, fJr.J, Dora, Education, Delta Gamma . . . TUCKER, JEROME, CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TUCKER, JOHN THOMAS, CFr.J, Brewton, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . TUCKER, KELLY MERRILL, QFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Engi- neering . . . TUCKER, MARY ESTA, CSoph.J, Metropolis, Illinois, Arts and Sciences . . . TUCKER, MARY LYNN, CJr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . TUNSTALL, EDMUND C., fSoph.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TURNER, C. RAY, fJr.J, Athens, Engineering. Row Three: TURNER, DAVID LEE, CSoph.J, Athens, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Chi . . . TURNER, ELEANOR DEAN, CSoph.J, Florence, Home Economics . . . TURNER, GLENDA GAIL, fFr.J, Troy, Arts and Sciences . . . TURNER, JOHN BAR- NETT, CJr.J, Monroeville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . TURNER, JON DOUGLAS, CSoph.J, Fayette, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . TURNER, MARSHA KAY, CFr.J, Andalusia, Arts and Page Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . TURNER, ROBERT PAUL, CSoph.J, Pell City, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . TURNER, SHIRLEY JO, fSoph.J, Florence, Arts and Sciences . . . TURNER, THOMAS CECIL, CJr.J, Wetumpka, Arts and Sci- ences, Delta Tau Delta . . . TURNER, THOMAS KIRK, CFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . TURNER, VICTOR WAYNE, C Fr.J, Camden, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi. Row Four: TURNIPSEED, HARRIETT, CFLJ, Northport, Home Eco- nomics . . . TUTHILL, NANCY KAY, CFLJ, Bogalusa, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . TUTWILER, ELIZABETH G., CFLJ, and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . TUTWILER, GER- Birmingham, Arts ALD WILLIAM, CSoph.J, Kenmore, New York, Education . . . TWITTY, GAILA MARIE, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . fSoph.J, Prattville, Commerce and Business Ad- TYER, GARY C., ministration, Beta Theta Pi . . . TYLER, WILLIAM DANIEL, CFr.J, Little Rock, Arkansas, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . TYRE, JUDY ELLEN, CSoph.J, Linden, Nursing . . . TYRRELL, DAVID DARWIN, CJr.J, Citronelle, Arts and Sciences . . . ULMER, MIL- LARD B., JR., fJr.J, Demopolis, Arts and Sciences . . . ULMER, WILLIAM HEWELL, fFr.J, Hueytown, Engineering. Row Five: UNDERWOOD, JANET GAIL, fS0ph.J, Mobile, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Xi Delta . . . UPCHURCH, CHRISTINE, CFr.J, Livingston, Arts and Sciences . . . UPTAIN, JANIE L., CJr.J, Cedar Bluff, Arts and Sciences . . . URQUHART, JANE MELISSA, CFr.J, Mobile, Education . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . USRY, JACKIE RENEE, CFr.D, Gadsden, Education . . . VAIL, WILLIAM CURTIS, CSoph.J, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . VALENTINE, PATRICIA GAYLE, CSOph.J, Dadeville, Education . . . VALENTINI, JOSEPH P., CFr,J, Paterson, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences . . . VALENTYN, JAMES DAVID, CFr.J, Faribault, Minnesota, Engi- neering . . . VALLE, RUDY, CJr.J, Panama City Beach, Florida, Education, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . VAN ANTWERP, CHARLES LESESNE, CFr.J, Montrose, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon. 555 U lair- E ,g. ., 5 R - sf A Row One: VANCE, JOSEPH C., III, CSoph.D, Lipscomb, Engineer- ing . . . VANCE, ROBERT STEVEN, CSoph.D, Lipscomb, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . VANCE, WILLIAM BLAKE, CFr.D, Clanton, Arts and Sciences, Acacia . . . VANDERPOOL, DANIEL PARKER, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . VAN- DERPOOL, JUDY RUTH, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . VANVHARLINGER, ANN, Ur.D, Shalimar, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . VAN RYZIN, MARY LOU, CFr.D, Montgomery, Com- merce and Business Administration, Phi Mu . . . VAN SCHERPEN- ZEEL, PHILIPPE, CFr.D, Belgium, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . VAN TASSEL, GEORGE MARTIN, JR., CSoph.D, Tusca- loosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . VAN TASSEL, LINDA BERREY, QFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . VAN WAGONER, LINDA LOUISE, CSoph.D, Montgomery, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta. Row Two: VARHELY, SHARYN LOUISE, CSoph.D, Mobile, Arts and Sci-ences . . . VARNELL, GISELE, QSoph.D, Athens, Nursing . . . VARNER, MARY FRANCES, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Education, Alpha Chi Omega . . . VAUGHAN, CAROLINE NEAL, lFr.D, Jackson, Mississippi, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . VAUGHAN, ROBERT PAUL, Ur.D, Decatur, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration . . . VAUGHN, GREGG LYNN, Ur.D, Sylacauga, Engineering . . . VEITCH, DENNIE WAYNE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Chi . . . VENTRESS, NONA ANN, CSoph.D, Clayton, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . VICKERS, ANNA BELLE, Ur.D, Boaz, Commerce and Business Administration . . . VICKERS, JOAN ELISE, CSOph.D, Montgomery, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . VICKERS, MARTHA LYNN, CSoph.D, Iuka, Mississippi, Home Economics. Row Three: VICKERY, BARRY EDWARD, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . VICKERY, CONNIE E., QFr.D, East Syracuse, New York, Home Economics . . . VINES, BRENDA CAROL, CSoph.D, Bessemer, Commerce and Business Administration, Alpha Xi Delta . . . VINES, LARRY VVAYNE, Ur.D, Hueytown, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . VINES, MARY MOR- LAND, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Education . . . VINSON, JAMES PAUL, 's 'YI' Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Engineering, Theta Tau . . . VINSON, LAURENCE DUNCAN, JR. CLARRYD, CSoph.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . VINYARD, DAVID ARNOLD, CFr.D, Gadsden, Commerce and Business Administration . . . VOCHT, GEORGE BOSS MCVAY, CFr.D, VVinter Park, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . VOIT, LARRY B., CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau . . . VOLZ, CHARLES HARVIE, III, Ur.D, Mont- gomery, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega. Row Four: VON HAGEL, ALVIN BERNARD, JR., Ur.D, Birming- ham, Engineering . . . VOOKLES, CLAUDIA ELIZABETH, Ur.D, Memphis, Tennessee, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . WACKER, JAMIE LOUISE, CFr.D, Mollie, Education, Chi Omega . . . WADE, KEN- NETH JONES, fSoph.D, Bainsville, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Phi . . . VVADLEY, MARY ANNE, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . WAHLERS, KATHY JANE, Ur.D, Birmingham, Edu- cation . . . WAITE, ELIZABETH A., fFr.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Delta Pi . . . WAITE, GEORGE WENDELL, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WAITES, CHARLES, JR., CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . WAITS, JOHN OTIS, fFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . WAKEFIELD, BILLY DON, CFr.D, Jasper, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Five: VVAKEFIELD, REBECCA, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Educa- tion, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . WALDROP, ANNETTE, CFr.D, Gufaula, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . WALDROP, THOMAS JOSEPH, Ur.D, Montgomery, Engineering, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . WALKER, ALICE MILDRED, fFr.D, University, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . WALKER, ANN ELIZABETH, Ur.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Education, Delta Delta Delta . . . WALKER, BRENDA KAYE, CFr.D, Pascagoula, Mississippi, Commerce and Business Ad- ministration . . . WALKER, JAMES A., JR., Ur.D, Enterprise, Arts and Sciences, Theta Xi . . . WALKER, JON V., Ur.D, Herrin, Illinois, Education, Sigma Chi . . . WALKER. JOY, Ur.D, Tuscaloosa, Edu- cation, Alpha 'Delta Pi . . . WALKER, LEE EDWARD, CSoph.D, University, Engineering . . . WALKER, LINDA SUE, fFr.D, Pasca- goula, Mississippi, Commerce and Business Administration. Page 556 Row One: WALKER, PAMELA RUTH, CFLJ, Hayden, Education . . . WALKER, STEVENSON THOMAS, CFr.J, Montgomery, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . WALKER, WILLIAM ROB- ERT, JR., CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . WALKER, WINSTON ELKINS, CSoph.J, Albertville, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . WALL, GEORGIA DIANE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Educa- tion . . . WALLACE, CAROLYN, CFr.J, Lakeland, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . WALLACE, EDWIN NEWTON, CFr.J, Opp, Arts and Sciences . . . WALLACE, FRANFES YVONNE, CSoph.J, Mobile, Education . . . WALLACE, GLENDA JANE, CJr.J, Bessemer, Education, Phi Mu . . . WALLEN, JACQUE, QFr.J, Mobile, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . WALLER, MARIAN ELAINE, CJr.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma. Beach, fFr.J, New , , ... , ., CFLJ, Woodville, Engineering . . . WALLS, WILLIAM THOMAS, fFr.J, Midfield, Commerce and Business Administration, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . WALSH, EDMUND JOSEPH, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . WALSH, GINGER, CSoph.J, Phenix City, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . WALSH, KEITH O,NEAL, fFr.J, Mobile, Engineering . . . WALSH, LINDA CORINNE, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . WALSH, MARY LINDA, CJr.J, Lenoir, North Carolina, Education, Alpha Xi Delta . . . WALTHALL, GEORGE POLLARD, SR., CSoph.J, Prattville, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . WALT- HALL, JOHN ALLEN, fJr.J, Binningham, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi. How Two: WALLS, HOPE RONNIE, CSoph.J, West Palm Florida, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . WALLS, KATHARINE GAIL, Orleans Louisiana Education WALLS RONALD B R010 Three: WALTON, ABBOTT BRAND, JR., Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . WALTON, CAROL MARY, fFr.J, Mobile, Education, Chi Omega . . . WALTON, JAMES EDWARD, QSoph.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . WALTON, WILLIAM BOWEN, CSoph.J, Germantown, Tennessee, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Sigma . . . WAL- WORTH, JAMES ROGER, iJr.J, Enterprise, Engineering, Theta Xi . . . WANLESS, RICHARD KEITH, CJr.J, Theodore, Commerce and Busi- UNDERGRADUATES ness Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . WARD, ALICE MERI- WETHER, QJr.J, Montgomery, Education, Kappa Delta . . . WARD, FRANK B., QSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . WARD, JOANNE, CFr,J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Delta Zeta . . . WARD, MARYE ELIZABETH CSoph.D, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Beta Phi . . . WARD, RALPH STEWART, JR., fJr.J, Brent, Commerce and Business Administration. Row Four: WARD, RAYMOND LARRY, CFLJ, Scottsboro, Arts and Sciences . . , WARD, THEODORE ROBERT, JR., CJr.J, Abbeville, Engineering . . . WARREN, EUGENE LEE, CJr.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . WARREN, LEWIS A., fSoph.J, Eau Gallie, Florida, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WARSHAM, BRIAN CHARLES, CJr.J, Gadsden, Engineering . . . WASHBURN, JAMES BEVELY, JR., CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . WASHLEY, MARY ALICE, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Education . . . WATERS, LEACLE WAYNE, fFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . WATERS, PATTIE LOUISE, CSoph.J, Dothan, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WATKINS, ARCHER APPLEWHITE, CSoph.J, Prattville, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta . . . WATSON, CHARLES COLEMAN, JR., fSoph.J, Pratt- ville, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi. Row Five: WATSON, ELIZABETH REYNOLDS, CJLJ, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . WATSON HAROLD LEONARD, CFLJ, Bessemer, Engineering . . . WATSON, JERRY PARKER, fJr.J, Ever- green, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WATSON, JOHN FOSLEE, CJr.J, Brewton, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta . . , WATSON, MARSHALL T., CFr.J, Ensley, Engineer- ing . . . WATSON, MARY ANNE, CFr.J, Pell City, Arts and Sciences . . . WATSON, WARDLAW MASON. IR.: fJr.l' Birmingham' Arts and Sciences . . . WATTERS, JOHN CLARK, CFLJ, Anniston, Engi- neering, Delta Chi . . . WATTS. DEWEY M.. TR.: flr l' Helena, Education, Delta Chi . . . WAUENBERG, NANCE LOVE, fJr.J, Clarence, New York, Arts and Sciences . . . WAUGH, JUDITH VIVIAN, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Page 557 UNDERGRADUATES Row One: WEAR, THOMAS RALPH, fJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Chemistry, Sigma 'Chi . . . WEATHERFORD, SUSAN WHITLEW, lFr.J, Dothan, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . WEAVER, JUDY PARKER, CFr.j, Hartselle, Nursing . . . WEAVER, RICKY ANN, CFLJ, Huntsvilley, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma . . . WEBB, AVISON BRITTETT, CJr.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Kappa Delta . . . WEBB, CURTIS LAVON, CFLJ, Winfield, Arts and Sciences . . . WEBB, E. HUGHES, QFLJ, Tuscumbia, Arts and Sciences . . . WEBB, HANNAH STEWART, CFLD, Demopolis, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . WEBB, HENRY WINDER, JR., fJr.J, D-emopolis, Com- merce and Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega . . . WEBB, LOUISE, CJr.J, Demopolis, Home Economics, Kappa Delta . . . WEBER, HELEN CLAIR, fSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu. How Two: WEBSTER, BRENDA JOYCE, fJr.J, Carbon Hill, Edu- cation . . . WEBSTER, JOSEPH CARLTON, QSoph.J, Chickasaw, Arts and Sciences . . . WEBSTER, NORMAN KEN, CFr.J, Bir- mingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WEDDLE, LARRY STEVE, CFr.J, Cordova, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . WEEKS, BRENDA CARNES, CSoph.J, Winfield, Education . . . WEEKS, EDDIE JEARL, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WEEKS, WARREN LAMAR, CFr.J, Abbeville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WEEMS, DAVID MICH- AEL, CSoph.J, Bimiingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . WEINSTEIN, JACK WARREN, fJr.J, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration . . . VVEISBERG, ALAN SCOTT, CFLD, Louisville, Kentucky, Commerce and Business Admin- istration, Zeta Beta Tau. Row Three: WELCH, ANN CAROL, CJr.l, Fairborn, Ohio, Home Economics . . . WELCH, MARLE SCOTT, CSoph.J, Mobile, Home Eco- nomics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . WELLER, LAUREN ELIZABETH, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Science . . . WELLS, LINDA JUNE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . WELLS, WANDA WVILSON, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Zeta . . . WERMUTH, MICHAEL ANTHONY, CSoph.D, Mobile, Commerce and Business Administration, Phi Kappa Alpha . . . WESSON, PATRICIA PEERSON, CJLJ, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . WESTBROOK, JAMES CRAIG, III, CJr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . WESTON, JANE KAY, CFr.D, Head- land, Arts and Sciences . I . WESTWATER, MARY ANNE, fFr.J, Birmingham, Nursing . . . WEYGAND, KAREN, CJr.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . WHALEY, DOROTHY SUSAN, CSoph.J, Geiger, Arts and Sciences. Row Four: WHARTON, DUSTY ANN, CSoph.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . WHATLEY, LANA HOLMES, CSoph.J, Jackson, Mississippi, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . WHATLEY, MARGARET EVANDER, CI-7'r.D, Columbia, Arts and Sci-ences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . WHATLEY, MARGARET JEAN, QSoph.j, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . WHATLEY, PATRICIA ANN, CJr.D, Tuscaloosa, Home Economics . . . WHATLEY, REYNOLDS DAVIS, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . .4 . WHATLEY, TERRY GENE, CJr.J, Ashland, Arts and Sciences . . . WHEELER, JOSEPH GRANT, JR., CSoph.D, Pleasant Grove, Engineering . . . WEST, LINDA LOU, fScE1ph.J, West Blockton, Nursing . . . WEST, RONALD MAXIE, CFLD, Ga sden, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . WEST, VAN, CFLJ, Vina, Engineering. Row Five: WHEELER, SADIE FRANCES, Windfield, fFr.7, Arts and Sciences . . . WHISENHANT, LINDA JANE, QSoph.J, Mobile, Nursing . . . WHITE, BEVERLY JO, CJLJ, Culhnan, Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . WHITE, CARL LINDSEY, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . WHITE, CHRISTINE SUSAN, CFLJ, Miami Beach, Florida, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . WHITE, EVELYN KNOX, CSoph.J, Troy, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . WHITE, GEORGE KENDRELL, CSoph.D, Oneonta, Commerce and Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi . . . WHITE, HAROLD STEVEN, CFLD, Birmingham, Commerce and Bus'ness Administra- tion, Beta Theta Pi . . . WHITE, HUBBARD WINSTON, JR., qsophq, Livingston, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WHITE, LILIAN EVELYN CLicetteJ, QFLJ, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . WVHITE, LINDA SUE, CFLD, Dothan, Com- merce and Business Administration. .,,, - I gf Q an X K Q as 1 it if 'S -sg Page 558 Row One: WHITE, MARY ELLEN, CSoph.D, Atlanta, Georgia, Home Economics, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . WHITE, MARY FRANCES, CFr.D, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . WHITE, MAY BEVERLY, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Education . . . WHITE, PATRICIA ANN, Ur.D, Jack- sonville, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . WHITE, LINDA JOYCE, fFr.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . WHITE, RUTH LOUISE, Ur.D, Panama City, Florida, Arts and Crafts, Kappa Delta . . . WHITE, SUSAN FOSTER, CSoph.D, Decatur, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . WHITEHEAD, BYRON DAVID, Ur.D, Pensacola, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . VVHITEHEAD, CAROLYN VIRGINIA CSoph.D, Bessemer, Home Economics . . . WHITEHEAD, KATHY BROWN, CFr.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . WHITE- HEAD, MARY LYNN, QSoph.,D, Headland, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta. Row Two: WHITFIELD, DONNA ELIZABETH, CSoph.D, Florence, Arts and Sciences . . . WHITFIELD, GAIUS, JR., CSoph.D, Tusca- loosa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . WHITLEY, JAMES SIDNEY, CFr.D, Sweet Water, Engineering . . . WHITMIRE, FRED CHARLES, JR., CFr.D, Fort Payne, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . WHITMIRE, MILDRED REBECCA, Ur.D, Birmingham, Edu- cation . . . WHITTAKER, RICHARD WARREN, fS0ph.D, Enterprise, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu . . . WIGGIN, KAREN L., CSoph.D, West Hartford, Connecticut, Education . . . WIGINTON, JENNIFER DIANNE, CFr.D, Muscle Shoals, Education . . . WILBANKS, ROBERT SMITH, QFr.D, Alexander City, Com- merce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . WIL- BANKS, SHARON ELIZABETH, CFr.D, Huntsville, Engineering, Alpha Delta Pi . . . WILBURN, GEORGE ELMORE, fFr.D, Gads- den, Engineering. Row Three: WILDER, KENNETH DAVID, Ur.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . WILDER, SHEILA, f.Fr.D, Dadeville, Home Eco- nomics . . . WILDES, WILLIAM PAUL, CSoph.D, Tuskegee, Arts and Sciences . . . WILHELMI, WILLIAM H., Ur.D, Fortworth. Texas, Commerce and Business Administration, Theta Chi . . . WILKER- SON, VIRGINIA GOLDSBY, CSoph.D, Marion, Commerce and Busi- ness Administration, Delta Delta Delta . . . WILKES, WILLIAM DAVID, CSoph.D, Guntersville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha . . . WILKINS, DONNA FAYE, fSoph.D, Gardendale, Home Economics . . . WILKINSON, DONNA MARIE, fSoph.D, Birmingham, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . WILLARD, LURA DIANE, Ur.D, Spring City, Tennessee, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi . . . WILLIAMS, ALLANAH DORENE, CFr.D, Greenville, Nursing, Alpha Chi Omega . . . WILLIAMS, BECKY, CSoph.D, Anniston, Home Economics. Row Four: WILLIAMS, BETTY JEAN, Ur.D, Jasper, Education, Alpha Xi Delta . . . WILLIAMS, BEVERLY MURRAY, CSoph.D, Coker, Education . . . WILLIAMS, BRUCE ROGER, CFr.D, Bir- mingham, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Mu . . . WILLIAMS, CAROL SUE, CFr.D, Jasper, Education, Alpha Xi Delta . . . WILLIAMS, CARY JAMES, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . WILLIAMS, DAVID ROGER, CSoph.D, Enterprise, Commerce and Business Administration . . . VVILLIAMS, DENNIS VANCE, Ur.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WILLIAMS, ELLEN SUZANNE, CFr.D Prattville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega . . . WILLIAMS, JAMES STEPHEN, CFr.D, Vestavia Hills, Arts and Sciences, Theta Chi . . . WILLIAMS, JOE BALLENGER, JR., Ur.D, Selma, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . WILLIAMS, KAY MARIE, CSoph.D, Anniston, Home Economics. Row Five: WILLIAMS, KEN ALFRED, CFr.D, Florence, Commerce and Business Administration, Kappa Alpha . . . WILLIAMS, LAURA OLIVIA, Ur.D, Huntsville, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Delta Delta . . . WILLIAMS, MARILYN DEAS, CFr.D, Panama City, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . WILLIAMS, MARY CARSON, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . WILLIAMS, MARY JEANETTE, Ur.D, Talladega, Arts and Sciences . . . WILLIAMS, MICHAEL LAMAR, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administra- tion . . . WILLIAMS, WALTER ABNER, JR., CFr.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi . . . WILLIAMSON, MARY ETHEL, fSoph.D, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . WILLIAMSON, STEPHEN RODNEY, Ur.D, Prattville, Arts and Sciences . . . WILLIAMSON, SUE ELIZABETH, Ur.D, Bankston, Arts and Sciences . . . WILLIAMSON, WARREN JACKSON, JR., CFr.D, Greenville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu. Page 559 3 . s X 'fx'-lf XX N .. 0 5 , xg .2 Skis- E Row One: WILLIFORD, JOAN MARIE, fSoph.J, Cullman, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . VVILLINGHAM, JUDY KAY, CSoph.J, Bankston, Education . . . WILLINGHAM, MARY ELIZABETH, CSoph.J, Bessemer, Arts and Sciences . . . WILLIS, JOSEPHINE KNIGHT, iSoph.J, Russellville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . WILLIS, LARRY KENNETH, CFr.J, Birmingham, Engineering, Phi Kappa Psi . . . WILLIS, SALLY VV., fJr.D, Russellville, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta . . . WILMER, JOHN ANTHONY, CSoph.D, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi . . . WILSON, ALICE FAYE, CJr.J, Elba, Arts and Sciences . . . WILSON, AMY LEE, CJr.J, Ariton, Education, Phi Mu . . . WILSON. CHARLES PATRICK, CJr.J, Childershurg, Engineering . . . WILSON, DAVID BRUCE, CFr.J, Fairfield, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi. Row Two: WILSON, EMERY STEVENSON, CSoph.D, Valdosta, Arts and Sciences . . . WILSON, GREGORY K., QFr.J, Bincningham, Commerce and Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . WILSON, HOWARD WINTERS, CFr.D, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . WILSON, JAMES ELDON, QFLD, Montgomery, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WILSON, JOHN DAVID, CFr.J, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha . . . WILSON, JOYCE I., CSoph.D, Gadsden, Arts and Sciences . . . WILSON, JUDITH ANN, CSoph.J, Tarrant, Nursing . , . WILSON, KAREN DALE, CJr.D, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Chi Omega . . . WILSON, LARRY GEORGE, fSoph.J, Pleasant Grove, Arts and Sciences . . . WILSON, LILLIAN ROBERTA, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . WILSON, PEGGY, fFr.D, Tusca- loosa, Education, Delta Delta Delta. Row Three: WILSON, REBECCA LANE, CSoph.J, Batton Rouge, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . WILSON, ROB- ERT C., fSoph.J, Decatur, Engineering . . . WILSON, SHARON SUE, CJr.J, Pensacola, Florida, Arts and Sciences . . . WILSON, STEVE GUY, CFr.J, Millbrook, Arts and Sciences . . . WILSON, TERRY PAUL, CSoph.J, Chickasaw, Arts and Sciences . . . WILSON, WILLIAM THOMAS, fSoph.J, Parrish, Engineering, Sigma Nu . . . WIMBERLY, STEPHANIE M., CJLJ, Birmingham, Commerce and Page i.- XX E y NA! ,LJQ I1 Business Administration, Alpha Xi Delta . . . WINDHAM, JANICE, iSoph.J, Bimiingham: Education, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . WIND- HAM, JOHN FARLEY, CFr.J, Daleville, Arts and Sciences, Theta Xi . . . VVINFIELD. LYNDA DARLENE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences . . . WINGARD, JAKE D., CJr.D, Crestview, Florida, Com- merce and Business Administration, Theta Xi. Row Four: WVINSTEAD, RICHARD CAIN, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Commerce and Business Administration, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . VVINSTON, LAURA DIANE, CSoph.D, Birmingham, Home Economics . . . WINTERS, SANDRA KAYE, CSoph.J, Northport, Education . . . WVIRKUS, LEONARD FAUSTIN, CJLJ, Abercrombre, Arts and Sciences . . . WISE, MARSHA, CJr.D, Nashville, Tennessee, Educa- tion . . . VVISNER, MICHAEL KENNETH, fFr.J, Huntsville, Com- merce and Business Administration . . . WITMER, MARY OLIVIA, CJr.iq Montgomery, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . WITT, EMILY ANNE, CFr.J, Ardmore, Arts and Sciences, Delta Zeta . . . VVITTENSTEIN, GAIL LYNN, fFr.J, Bessemer, Arts and Sci- ences . . . WOLF, CONSTANCE LYNN CConnieD, fFr.J, Mount Wolf, Pennsylvania, Education, Kappa Delta . . . WOLFE, TED EUGENE, fSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration, Delta Chi. Row Five: VVOLIN, ELEXANOR IRIS, CJr.J, Huntsville, Education I . . WOLK, JOHN PAUL, CJLJ, Marietta, Georgia, Arts and Sciences . . . VVOLKE, GREGORY JOHN, fFr.J, Maxwell Air Force Base, Education . . , WOOD, DAVID WEIR, CFr.D, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta . . . WOOD, ELIZABETH, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu . . . WOOD, ELIZABETH RAYE, fSoph.D, La Fayette, Nursing . . . WOOD, JOSEPH CURTIS, fFr.D, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . WOOD, RICHARD E., JR., CSoph.D, Oneonta, Arts and Sciences . . . WOOD, SANDRA SUE, fSoph.J, Nashville, Tennessee, Education . . . WOOD, SUSAN BOYNE, CFr.5: Covington. Louisiana: Home Economics, Pi Beta Phi . . . WOODALL, CHARLES JACKSON, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha. 560 Row One: WOODFIN, JOANN, CSoph.J, Deatsville, Education . . . WOODFIN, MARTHA ELIZABETH, CSoph.D, Sprott, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . WOODFIN, PAULA FAYE, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . WOODHAM, MARTHA JUNE, fSoph.J, Anniston, Education . . . WOODHAM, MICHAEL OLLAN, CJr.J, Charleston, South Carolina, Engineering . . . WOODHAM, SARAH EVELYN, fSoph.J, Abbeville, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta . . . WOODINGTON, JAMES ROLAND: CSoph.J, Cherokee, Arts and Sciences . . . VVOODS, CECIL GERALD, CSoph.D, Scotts- boro, Arts and Sciences . . . WOODS, JAMES ARNOLD, CFr.D- Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Sigma Phi . . . WOODS KATHERINE GLOVER, CFr.J, Jasper, Education, Chi Omega . . . EQOOLDRIDGE, WILLIAM ROBERT, CFr.J, Fort Myer, Virginia, ucation. 1 7 Row Two: WOOLF, ALEXANDRA JOAN, CFr.D, Miami Beach, Flor- ida, Education, Delta Phi Epsilon . . . WOOLF, BEVERLY LUCILE, CFr.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . WORLUND, BOB DUMONT, JR., CSoph.J, Greenville, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega . . . WORSHAM, GLADYS EMILY, CJr.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . WORSHAM, LINDA EVELYN, CSoph.J, Anniston, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . WORTHY, JAMES CLEVELAND, CSoph.J, Missouri, Arts and Sciences . . . WRIGHT, CHARLES CORLEY, JR., CFr.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . WRIGHT, JAMES ADDISON, JR., CSoph.J, Montgomery, Arts and Sciences . . . WRIGHT, MARTHA, CFLJ, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . WRIGHT, NANCY LOUISE, CJr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . WRIGHT, SALLY F., CFr.J, Springville, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi. Row Three: WUENSCHER, HEIDI ILSE, CSoph.J, Huntsville, Arts and Sciences . . . WYATT, VVALLACE, JR., fJr.D, Ashville, Arts and Sciences . . . WYKER, SUSAN ELIZABETH, fSoph.J, Decatur, Edu- cation, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . YANCEY, PEGGY ANN, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Commerce and Business Administration . . . YANCY, ISAIAH ANDREW, CJr.J, Ft. Payne, Arts and Sciences . . . YAR- BOUGH, ELIZABETH CHURCH, fJr.J, Montgomery, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . YARBROUGH, JAMES EDWARD, CSoph.J, UNDERGRADUATES Hartselle, Arts and Sciences . . . YARBROUGH, NANCY JEAN, CJLJ, Tuscaloosa, Education . . . YATES, CHARLES BENJAMIN, CFr.J, Lanett, Commerce and Business Administration . . . YATES, BLANCHE MAYER, fJr.D, Selma, Education, Sigma Delta Tau . . . YATES, CARRY L., CJr.J, Jasper, Commerce and Business Adminis- tration. Row Four: YATES, LINDA ANN, CFr.J, Greenwood, Mississippi, Education . . . YEAGER, REBECCA ANNE, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega . . . YEAGER, SYLVIA DALE, CSoph.J, Birmingham, Home Economics, Alpha Xi Delta . . . YESSICK, CAROL ANN, CJr.J, Birmingham, Education . . . YOUNG, DAVID MICHAEL, CFLJ, Birmingham, Engineering . . . YOUNG, JANET, CFr.J, Dade- ville, Arts and Sciences . . . YOUNG, KIRBY WILLIAM, CFr.J, Langdale, Arts and Sciences . . . YOUNG, RONALD GEORGE, CSoph.J, Tucker, Georgia, Commerce and Business Administration . . . YOUNGS, BARBARA ANN, CFr.J, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . YOUNGS, JON ALLAN, CSoph.D, Tuscaloosa, Arts and Sciences . . . YOUNGSON, GEORGE MITCHELL, CFr.D, Tuscaloosa, Com- merce and Business Administration, Sigma Nu. Row Five: YOUNT, PHYLLIS ANN, CFr.J, Charlotte, North Carolina, Commerce and Business Administration . . . YOW, BYANCA ANYTA, CFr.J, Birmingham, Arts and Sciences , . . 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"mmm N num-, .n- ' Pg 577 N o 2 BROT H ERS LTD Home of Traditional Clothing 1218 University Ave. Phone 758-1210 P9 578 f7l.e Owned and operated by the University of Alabama SERVICES OFFERED 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. Repair Service Factory repair service for fountain pens, slide rules, drawing tools, etc. Pay only factory charge plus podage. Special Order Service Orders promptly processed for special books or equipment not ordinarily stocked. Repurchase of Books We will pay cash for your new or used books at highest prices pos- sible. X ... -.,f Ns f' ,V I 3, - . A MESSAGE ABOUT YOUR SUPPLY STORE Since 1944 the University Supply Store Ifrequently called the "Supe" Storel 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- 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. 2. 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 Sporting Goods SHOP YOUR "SUPE" STORE FIRST Page 579 5 si- , -9 I- ' V IL. , , wwf' -. , .. .... -. . . S 0 X F A k k 2 A., t , tx gig 2 -s , 1 , .f I. fly' Q., - ' 1 , .Q -- ' 41- . jf , .--.X ,-' ,.:f -- ' ' 2 12 f 'Z f ' ' i f I 3- , Q, Q 2... -531 . if " ' ., 1, sf ' , 1 f , Q x , . I , ,, - if ' 44,1 f 2 ' Q if I f' -5. ' J .. - Q. ' -xfisef - V MCT' ' H53 4 . .r im 1' X' -5 'I , 'v - W .. ' . . . , AI -I ' . 1:1 ew 'ei-,, If .,. 'Q . .. .. A ., cf. - --,V , -If ,I ,,, , ,.,. ,,,,,,,,, 1--- V. ., N .5 siqif-522.9 sr... . 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LIBERTY NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA Page 581 TRUCK EQUIPMENT C0.,lNC 'TT T7 i t It I III If a house dedicated to printing! birmingham printing company --f A SUBSIDIARY OF TI-IE PROGRESSIVE FARMER co. -" 831 North 19th Street 0 Phone 322-2457 P. O. Box 2581 - Birmingham, Alabama 35202 We wish to offer our congratulations to the University of Alabama and to the staff on the COROLLA for placing among the top ten of all college yecirbooks in 1966. We hope 1967 will see you Number One. The year 1967 will be a very important year for the Birmingham Printing Company. Progress in the form of I-59 .... the right ot way for this Interstate expressway is taking over one-halt ot our present building. We will move into a new air conditioned building of 130,000 square feet. We will have a new name, Oxmoor Press, a new address, IOO West Oxmoor Road, Birmingham, Alabama 35209, new equipment to serve you even better. 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Page 584 ASTOUNDING GROWTH BECAUSE OF OUR PERFECTED PLANS Preferred life Insurance Company ESTABLISHED T929 HOME OFFICE MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA LEGAL RESERVE LIFE INSURANCE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY S. H. LONGSHORE Chairman of The Boord VV. J. LONGSHORE President WE WANT THE VARIETY OE 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 you're 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 DIRECTOR, DEPT. D-1 P. O. BOX 949 BLOUNT BROTHERS CORPORATION GENERAL CONTRACTORS wma Home office IN Momcomenv, ALABAMA luorni-r Page 585 EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES 9. VTQI IL li I N fof I rs Y 4 wfeeawyfmdr I PHYSICIANS, HOSPITALS 3325 A , and Q SZww?7Dmw CLINICAL LABORATORIES " A- N . SIIIIIILIIIIIIIIIEII Durr SurgIcal Supply Co. sINcEla11 f ' 1, ,i f II Birmingham, Ala. 35205 Montgomery, Ala. ' 936 S. 19th St. 2061 Fairview Ave.' NPIIIIIIIICI 1005 So. Memorial Parkway CHLO55 ,, K,,1,.,,,,5A y Huntsville, Alabama J II J OLD DUTCH MOTEL SL NIGHT CLUB IIIIIIIIIQIIIIIIEIIIIIIEILL XI NIGHTCLUB 2801 Hwy 98 72 Unit W. Panama City Bch Fla. Nightclub Motel Favorite Beverages FUCINQ The With Band and Beautiful live Entertainment Gulf of Mexico C- F- Stiles Nighfly Owner Phone 234-2102 Manager Betty Koehler COMPLIMENTS OF ALABAMA BOOK STORE 1015 UNIVERSITY 703 TENTH ST. UAL nnidfon, Jdfa. Sim Talladega Daily Home-Jacksonville News Piedmont Journal Page 586 Year after year . . . 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Two years later they recognized the need for a quality commercial engraving plant in this rapidly growing community and they named it "Alabama" Over the years this Symbol of Quality has spread throughout the Southeast as well as other sections of the nation. More than fifty CQROLLA staffs have en- trusted us with the responsibility of their engraving and mechanical problems. lt is our hope that the illustrations in this 1967 -edif tion will help preserve forever your years at the Capstone. CCDLLEGE ANNUAL DIVISIGN ALABAMA ENGRAVING COMPANY BIRMINGHAM PLATEMAKERSXI NCORPORATED Page 589 YOUR YEARBOOK ky. l- Er ixr' in -1:57 'uf .J-2-f""' iwWL"' ' AD afa7agfHLjw,,,,.-- This Yearbook is your permanent record of a memorable year. lt 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 D sion af Herff Jones 9 Yearbook Specialists Since 1936 Page 590 CAPT. CURTIS RANDALL LYNCH 1934-1966 IN MEMORIAM Dedicated Soldier, teacher, athlet


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