University High School - Bantam Yearbook (Columbia, SC)

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' , J. - A ' Huwfiw . 5 'Q - ' , -, .av ,, I ' K 4 'X L A '- Q -A I ,Pf-HI-1?'f"x4'1-"4fW7"IW51"3if'Z"5fw"YeF1'-:rifM2WHfL?.1"W?ff5'Z?X' THROUGH TWENTY - FIVE YEARS 1933 - 1958 THE BANTAM "MEMORIES" in honor of the Schoo1's Twenty-fifth Anniversary Published by the Students EDITORS: of University High School David Cobb Columbia, South Carolina Tommy Lawson 1958 L... SM ,E U IVERSITY A vital part of this year - our high school. Its cornerstone bears the date l932 . . . its halls and rooms have sheltered hundreds of students . . . and on its twenty-fifth birthday the Class of 1958 leaves its halls with mem- ories of filled rooms, of work and play, of lessons learned, of wider interests because of the years spent here. at fm T i DEDICATICD MRS. ROBERTA SMITH We, the annual staff, affectionately dedicate our 1958 BANTAM to Mrs. Roberta Smith, our mathematics teacher, with deep gratitude and appreciation for her untiring efforts in behalf of the education and the personal welfare of all members of her classes. 4 HIGH SCHCJCL ALMA MATER Uuiverxity High School, Guurdiizu of our youth, Thou hay taught thy children Courage, Honor, and Truth, To thee, our Alma Meter, Trihute now we hriugg W' e yhull ulwayf love thee, Thy pruires ever we'll Jing. Uriiverfity High School, Thy pruiyes ever we'll Jing. 1,-..,,. -1-Q -W ' 1 3 1 3 CONTENTS FOR I958 BANTAM ADMINISTRATION and INSTRUCTION O-- -- 6 CLASSES .----.--I --- 23 ORGANIZATION -N --- 61 FEATURES --- --- 73 SPORTS ..... I- .... --- 81 ADVERTISEMENTS -- .--- 91 g W, zap Q K . X M"f3W5?5f5ffH A 54, M Q W k v .1 z .Q F w 3 ,gf Q .v 4 Q 'ii ,:x:'wi--'21 H ' k, Am, Hffff, . f ,Y if 2,- .Z Alai ' A ,ww 4 575955. ,yew EORGET THE -Y-,rv - V ZO--1327:-iw-Z-ZOB? MR. VARN Superintendent DR. DANIEL Dept. of Ed., U.S.C. MR. HARVEY Principal FACULTY MRS. HOUSEHOLDER Librarian DR. SAVAGE Dean, Dept. of Ed., U.S.C. MISS DANIEL History M' 7' r Q. ig, TN , MR. LINDER Social Slltdicif MR. TRIPLETT Music -' ' '- -mnurnw-'-i- FACULTY , ,, i QM' A KL V -1 if WL MRS. STOKES A - SSSSS ff! Evzglifh MR, YOUNG Shop MRS. DIXON Home Economicx MISS SUYDAM Foreign Lmzgzmgef W1,,,.f --- - FACULTY MRS. MARCOM MRS. BOZARD Math MR. SZAKACSI Pbyficfzi Education MRS. FULMER Dietitian Commerce MRS. DENTON Science C On leave D MRS. MC GHJL Pbyficczl Education ll -I WORLD HISTORY When it's test time in this course. prepare for it several days in ad- V2.f1CC. HISTORY U. S. HISTORY Take my advice and listen to every word Miss Daniel tells you. PROBLEMS OF DEMOCRACY Who knows the answer? Only a few! But it must have been a hard O1'1C . Whoever named this geometry "solid'l did a good job of it, 'cause it's hard and too solid. THEM TICS SOLID GEOMETRY Class work . . . and I can't get on first base . . . I was absent yester day ALGEBRA Find the denominator . . . clear the fraction . . . work the example if you can. MATH Q ,. warg' 4 gym 3 .ML lim ug, N Ng 5 v ,S A 1 4 X I P' Nm. i 5. su.. ,,, gf, K Q in ,f .K ,M- 5,-if ev' 4 ,""'HF'f 'Wh , M x My ' Ulf-- FOREIG ANGU GE SECOND YEAR LATIN John Gallant seems to be having trouble with his Latin. SECOND YEAR FRENCH What's wrong, Bill? Don't you know your French. FIRST YEAR LATIN Julie Derrick is having trouble with her Latin. 15 ,4l-lla COMMERCE BOOKKEEPING Balancing the ledger is a tough job when you debit the wrong amount. '1 l l is 'R 2 ,-n,:.aLz1J 5. 4. SHORTHAND The short of it all is, "Ca you take 80 words pi minute?" TYPING This exercise We're doing will break a camel's back. Danny and Bill are the first victims. GENERAL SCIENCE Whatever Mr. Luther is Eaying, he has the interest f all. SCIENC BIOLOGY Don't break my heart, Tess CHEMISTRY Now what is this? Are the atoms flying, students? Richard Able manipulates the jig saw . . . result is a cut our. 18 RT ADVANCED ART Barbara and Helen admire the ply wood cur ours. junior high girls are drawing wall- paper designs. SHCJP Oh! I wish that I had one to call my own. ii Watch those fingers, men! They are hard to come by. Watch out now. junior high students must draw, draw, draw and draw every thing to scale or else. I9 A cappela Choir A junior chorus class MUSIC A senior chorus class is living it up. .. is Y .5 K A Alv: ig A Y A i i A CME CONCDMICS junior High Home Ec. class is bringing their note books up to date. 00 And now it's Cake time in the H.E. room. And I forgot to buy popcorn. YY. Y4. aww nik: 'FP Km? f 4, 4, Z, . ia gxiwx ,,, pn if -,W-..,.,w-.Y-v - "E'LL NEVER FORGET THE F 77,7 YW V-Y -- - -- - - " SENICJRS OF THE YE R 5 ' JANE CAULDER Prefident of Beta dub 1 i P F E TOMMY LAWSON Editor of The BANTAM HELEN MATHIS Mix: DAR 24 l .. ....,.,,,..L.....LAA...u..L..- ,, , BILL TOAL Prexident of Student Body BARBARA MORRIS Betty Crocker Homemaker JULIE BAKER Vice-President of Student Body JOE LAIRD King Teen SENIORS CDF THE YE R BARBARA BURGESS Prefident of Senior Clan Min Hi-Min DAVID COBB Editor of the BANTAM SANDRA GIBSON Mix: Senior 25 0 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Barbara Morris 7 W W W, Secretary Richard Williams ,W W- Vice-President Barbara Burgess , ,S W Prefidem Joe Laird WW,W W Tfeawrer ,Q M '14 . .7 if 'f SENIORS RICHARD HUBERT ABLE Richard If not life a hundred time: too .fhort for nr to bore ourxehzef? BARBARA VIRGINIA ARDIS Barbara There ix no revenge I0 complete ax forgivenefx JULIANNE FRANCES BAKER Julie Smiles are the language of love. 27 , ,E E..A...........4 'E BARBARA LANE BURGESS Barbara Grace war in all her Jtepf, heaven in her eye, vn every geylare dignity anal love. - 'W "" SENICRS BETTY JO BLEDSOE Betty Jo She haf an eye that conlcl speak, though her tongue were filent. CHARLES JUEL BROOKS Charles A gentleman maker no noife. W ---- .L-lik Without hindneu there cart he no true joy. JANE ADKINS CAULDER Jane SENIORS ROBERTA ANN CALDWELL Roberta A light heart live: long. BARBARA STELLA CHAVIS Bobbie Speech ix great, hztt Jilenee if greater. JOHN WILLIAM DOUGHTY John Let tby .vpeecla be better than Jilence or be Jilent. ,. SENIORS ' DAVID HARRISON COBB David The earneftnen of life if the only jmuport to tbe mtixfaction of life. WALTER DONALD CORLEY Don Many wtztem cannot qnencb love, neitfae-r can the floor!! drown it. SHELBY JEAN DRIGGERS The who meant no mixchief doef 5ta ll. SENIORS GERALDINE HOPE DREHER Gerry Yoitth comer bitt once in ti lifetime. Shelby CLAUDIA JO DYCHES Claudia To know if nothing at ally to imagine if every thing. SANDRA LILLIAN GIBSON Sandra Beauty if a pleafure regarded a.r the quality of a thing. SENIORS JAMES GARNETTE ELVINGTON James He if modeft, he if Jhy, but there'J mischief in hi.r eye. WALLACE ERBY GEORGE, JB Erby A woman would rim through fir and water for mah a hind heart. SENICDRS MARY LOUISE HOLLIS Mary AJ merry af the day if long. IUDITH CAROLE HOW' ELL Judy Eeautifzzl workf do not intoxicate, ut they enclmm. BOBBY LEGRAND HUGGINS Bobby Peace if indivifible. JOE BRUNSON LAIRD Joe A genius when it come: to Jpofrzx. SENIORS Jo ANN JOYE Jo Ann A true friend if one Jon! in two boiiiem FREDERICK EMMETT KAIGLEF Fred You would quickly learn to knob him by bi: voice. HELEN KATHLEEN Helen Dance, laugh, and he rnerryg but he alfa innocent. SENICDRS THOMAS EDWIN LAEWSON, JR. Tommy Character if the diamond that .fcrntcher every other Jtone. MATHIS PEGGY JOYCE MC DONALD Peggy Thou art the :mr for which all evening main. l l Q 4 i 1 I S 2 5 i 4 35 A ................l P r s L-,, W JOHN KER MUNRO JR. Johnny It malterf not bow long you live but bow well. SENICRS LEWILLAR ELIZABETH MEN DEN HALL Lewillar Qzfiel mile will mmmen mild. BARBARA ANN MORRIS Bobbi Beauty live! with kinilneu. SENICRS r ,, , JGSEPH PINSON OXVENS Pinson A noble man if led by 1007?'l6l1'l,.f gentle womly. THEODORE DE VU ITT PURVIS Ted Better know nothing than half know many tlaingf. MARIEL LILLIAN SHANKS Mariel A life of eafe if a difficult pnnnit. ' " " "W " 'W ,nth ,A OTIS DEXTER SUITE Otis It if hetter to learn late than never, SENIORS SHIRLEY ANNETTE SPEARS Shirley Starch mahef the gentleman, etiquette the lady. SHIRLEY ANNE, STRANGE Shirley A merry heart doeth good like medicine. Z i 4 SENICJRS JOSEPH MICHAEL TRIHEY Mike Remember thix, - that very little if needed to make a happy life. WILLIAM THOMAS TOAL Bill A man': wisdom is his hex! friend. ROSAMEYN MAE WESTERVELT Rosameyn lt matten not what you are thought to he, hu! what you are. 'vw-wuuunvsv-rv SENIORS DORIS ANN WILLIAMS Doris Time anfl palm will do anything. HOWARD LESLIE WOOD Howard Honey! men are the gentlemen of natmfe. RICHARD CHARLES WILLIAMS Yank Happy, contented be jogf along. I--v--1 SENIOR UPERL TIVES MOST DEPENDABLE Tommy Lawson Helen Mathis 2 5 MOST INTELLECTUAL Rosameyn Westervelt Bill Toal MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Richard Williams Barbara Burgess 41 , Mig, MOST DIGNIFIED David Cobb Barbara Ardis SENICR SUPERLATIVES BEST PERSONALITY Julie Baker James Elvington MOST COURTEOUS Tommy Lawson Barbara Morris BEST ALL AROUND Bill Toal Peggy McDonald 42 SENIOR SUPERLATIVE BEST LOOKING Erby George Judy Howell BEST DANCERS David Cobb Jane Caulder MOST ATHLETIC Shelby Driggers joe Laird MOST POPULAR Richard Williams jane Caulder BEST DRESSED Mike Trihey Sandra Gibson 44 SENIOR UPERLATIVES CUTEST Peggy McDonald Joe Laird MOST TALENTED Richard Able Barbara Ardis SENICR UPERL TIVES FRIENDLIEST Doris Williams james Elvington WITTIEST Gerry Dreher Otis Suite MOST BASHFUL Betty jo Bledsoe john Doughty BIGGEST FLIRT Erby George Judy Howell 45 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Preriflent , , , Karl Long Vice-Prefident , 7, 7, Joyce Crosby Secretary C ,,7, W, Nancy Lee Doggette C0-Treamrerr , ,H ,Janet Harrington, Susan Foran 46 JU IORS james Anrley Frances Baker Bobby Barnes Harriet Bull David Campbell Joyce Crosby Bob Davis Nathan Derrick Barry George Al Gross Iris Gunter Janet Harrington JU IORS Sharon Dodson Nancy Lee Doggette Gerald Elkin Susan Foran Ln.. JU IORS Shirley Huggins Eunice Hyatt Bill jackson Leo Laughinghouse Gene Leviner Karl Long Larry Long Pinkey MCElveen Robert Rhodes Sharon Sharpe Shirley Sharpe Paula Sloan .IU Sandra Morris Maude Murphy IORS Betty Nations Gloria Newman. .IU IDRS Earl Smith Sandra Smith Barbara Strange Robert Strange SOPHOMORES Nancy Ashford Butch Atwater Hazel Baker Kay Bartlett Don Bledsoe Jerry Blount Mary Dean Brewer Brodie Brigman Barry Broome Spencer Carlson Nicki Christakos Jimmy Chocklette Jean Clark Harold Cole Elliott Cox Jimmy Crosby Martha Dobson Betsy Dozier Don Elvington Sylvia Elvington Mike Finch John Gallant Dale Gaskins Clydie Gordon Alice Griffin Jimmy Hatch Danny Holton Bonnie Hornsby Delores Howell Jean Howell Avis Hyatt Bobby Irvine Ethel Jernigan Lewis Jernigan Pat Kull JU IDRS Shirley Huggins Eunice Hyatt Bill jackson Leo Laughinghouse Gene Leviner Karl Long Larry Long Pinkey MCElveen Robert Rhodes Sharon Sharpe Shirley Sharpe Paula Sloan JU Sandra Morris Mande Murphy Berry Nations Gloria Newman. IORS .IU IDRS Earl Smith Sandra Smith Barbara Strange Robert Strange Wfinston Thaxton Gussie Wilson Betty Wolfe Frances Brown SOPHOMORES Nancy Ashford Butch Atwater Hazel Baker Kay Bartlett Don Bledsoe Jerry Blount Mary Dean Brewer Brodie Brigman Barry Broome Spencer Carlson Nicki Christakos Jimmy Chocklette Jean Clark Harold Cole Elliott Cox jimmy Crosby Martha Dobson Betsy Dozier Don Elvington Sylvia Elvington Mike Finch John Gallant Dale Gaskins Clydie Gordon Alice Griffin Jimmy Hatch Danny Holton Bonnie Hornsby Delores Howell jean Howell Avis Hyatt Bobby Irvine Ethel Jernigan Lewis Jernigan Pat Kull H WE'LL NEVER FCDRGETVTHE. . . CJRGANIZATIONS AN AM STAFF TOMMY LAWSON Editor DAVID COBB Editor MARGARET RITTER F eamre Editor Co-Editors Cobb and Lawson, along with Mr. Summer, make the final inspection of lay-outs. 62 BUTCH ATWATER S p orts MR. SUMMER A, Advifor -pp.--1--V:-, Sleepless nights, and the shelv- ing of impractical ideas were the rule rather than the exception for a few stalwart members of the 1958 Bantam staff this year. The book was painstakingly laid out in dummy form ar the begin- ning of the school year in Septem- ber. and throughout the first four months of school, the Bantam staff met spasmodically to discuss "Blood, Sweat and Tears . . . The Beauty Pageant Committee." Left to Right: Kay Sanders, Bonnie Hornsby, Butch Atwater, Chair- man, Margaret Ritter, and Fran Lloyd. layouts, the various sections of the Bantam, and other matters. David Cobb and Tommy Lawson were given the "thankless" job of Edi- tors. However, the cooperation of the student body and faculty mem- bers made their task just a little easier. But David and Tommy didn't really smile until the final layouts were mailed to the pub- lisher in February. The Bantam staff members crowed loud and lustily the whole year. Kneeling: Kay Neeley, Pat Kull, Sophia Salley, Paula Crouch. Stand- ing, Left to Right: Carolyn Reid, David Cobb, Betsy Dozier, John Gallant, Julie Baker, ,lane Caulder, Linda Lytle, Kathy O'Brien, Margaret Miles, Kay Bartlett, George Burris, Mary Dean Brewer, and Tommy Lawson. 63 BIDDY STAFF The Biddy Staff Officers: Fran Lloyd -,--- -E - .Ms- W ----Y- Helen Mathis E- -A Newt Bonnie Hornsby E ,E Feature Kay Neeley . . ., H, G1lrl.r' Butch Atwater t . Y -W V- Boyx' Kay Sanders ,E -, Exchange Editor Editor Editor Sportr Sport: Editor Fran Lloyd Editor The Biddy is published monthly. The subscription rate is 32.00, payable in a lump sum or over a period of eight weeks. Any member of the student body is eligible to Work on the staff. 64 X 'F O WE'LL NEVER FCJRGETITHE . . CDRGANIZATIONS N ANTAM STAFF TOMMY LAWSON Editor DAVID COBB Editor MARGARET RITTER Feature Editor Co-Editors Cobb and Lawson, along with Mr. Summer, make the final inspection of lay-outs. L 62 BUTCH ATWATER Sport! MR. SUMMER Adviyor -aww-uv-wmv V Sleepless nights, and the shelv- ing of impractical ideas were the rule rather than the exception for a few stalwart members of the 1958 Bantam staff this year. The book was painstakingly laid out in dummy form at the begin- ning of the school year in Septem- ber. and throughout the first four months of school, the Bantam staff met spasmodically to discuss "Blood, Sweat and Tears . .. The Beauty Pageant Committee." Left to Right: Kay Sanders, Bonnie Hornsby, Butch Atwater, Chair- man, Margaret Ritter, and Fran Lloyd. layouts, the various sections of the Bantam, and other matters. David Cobb and Tommy Lawson were given the "thankless" job of Edi- tors. However, the cooperation of the student body and faculty mem- bers made their task just a little easier. But David and Tommy didn't really smile until the final layouts were mailed to the pub- lisher in February. The Bantam staff members crowed loud and lustily the whole year. Kneeling: Kay Neeley, Pat Kull, Sophia Salley, Paula Crouch. Stand- ing, Left to Right: Carolyn Reid, David Cobb, Betsy Dozier, John Gallant, Julie Baker, -lane Caulder, Linda Lytle, Kathy O'Brien, Margaret Miles, Kay Bartlett, George Burris, Mary Dean Brewer, and Tommy Lawson. 63 and BIDDY STAFF The Biddy Staff Officers: Fran Lloyd -.--- -, - AY -Y-. ----- Helen Mathis -- .. --d New: Bonnie Hornsby , . V - Fedlufe Kay Neeley . o . -H Girlx' Burch Atwater d . E ..., - Boyf' Kay Sanders d- . -, Exchange Editor Editor Editor S portr Sportx Editor Fran Lloyd Editor The Biddy is published monthly. The subscription rate is 315100, payable in a lump stun or over a period of eight weeks. Any member of the student body is eligible to work on the staff. 64 we-,.,..Y OLD ENGLISH "U" The following criteria is used in electing recipients of this award: l. Outstanding and unselfish ser- vice above and beyond that which could be reasonably expected. 2. Accepting responsibility and carrying through with it. 3. Maintaining a wholesome attitude toward school. Maintaining a proper balance between extracurricular and class room work. Tommy Lawson, David Cobb, Fran Lloyd, Barbara Burgess, Helen Mathis, Bill Toal, and Butch Atwater. :Ti N, QL, fr ze r . .5 5 V BLOCK "U" Jimmy Crosby, Janet Har- rington, George Reed, jane Caulder, Gerry Dreher, Pinky McElveen, Howard Wood, Joe Laird, Erby George, Bill Toal, Richard XVilliams, James Elvington, Shelby Driggers, Barry George, Judy Howell, Robert Strange and Joyce Crosby. DEBATING TEAM Helen Mathis, Tommy Lawson, the affirmative teamg Mrs. Stokes, Spomorg Barbara Morris and Barbara Ardis, the negative team. 65 V ,YV ,.,,..,,, Y , -- V V +.-.--.ff-.-, --f - i ' W f"f""' ' mf' S THE TUDE T Bill Toal Pferidemf Julie Baker VicelPrericient Mrs. DeLoache Sponsor " f""E"!!'l! CQUNCH Jane Caulder Secretary Student Council members are elected by their respective homerooms in May to serve the following school year. Every member must be passing at the time of his election and maintain passing grades throughout each semester. F Standing, Left to Right: Tommy Lawson, joe Laird, Butch Atwater, Sharon Sharpe, jim Hatch, Sammy Sloan, Ned Fleece, Harriet Bull, David Cobb. Kneeling: julie Baker, Bill Toal, and Jane Caulder. 66 BET THE L "3 UB Qeo Laughinghouse Vice-Prerident Jane Caulder President David Cobb T Secretary Barbara Burgess Mr, Summer 1 Treasurer Spam-or l 1 The Beta Club is the only honorary club at University High. Members must I be sophomores, juniors or seniors and they must have the following qualifications: A good mentality, honorable character, creditable achievement and commendable at- l titude. 1 1 i 1 Seated: David Cobb, Barbara Burgess, Jane Caulder, Leo Laughinghouse. Slanding: Fran i 1 2 l 1 w l l 1 i Lloyd, Helen Mathis, Barbara Morris, Rosameyn Westervelt, Carolyn Reid, Julie Baker, Barbara l Strange, Mary Dean Brewer, johnny Munro, Butch Atwater, Tommy Quattlebaum, jim Hatch, 67 4 John Gallant, Bill Toal, Brodie Brigman, Howard Wood. JUNIOR MATH CLUB Only freshmen can be a member of this club. Officers are Christine Christakos, Tess Carter, Ruth Henderson, and Kay Neeley. LJ I DISTRIBUTIV E EDUCATION Sealed: Don Corley, Robert Strange, Roberta Caldwell, Judy Howell, Mary Hollis, Bobby Hug- gins. Slamlifzgx Jimmy Crosby, James Elvington, Ann Ramsey, John Doughty, and Joe Laird. or sg, W ii" Ss SENIOR MATH CLUB Onl so homores 'uniors and seniors can Y P , J 1 be members of this club. The clubis pro- ject is to learn to use the slide rule. Richard Williams, Preridenzg Bill Toal, Vice- Preridenlg Jimmy Hatch, Secretm'y,' and Brodie Brigman, Treamrer. 1 . , 2 FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA The F.B.L.A. Club is open to any student who has had or is now taking a business education subject. Richard Williams, Preridentf Judy Howell, Vice- Preridentj Peggy McDonald, Secremryg Gerry Dreher, Treasurer, ,,,,t4, We 'O f,-' Q g1x.,w..g5 4 W arse, -mug'-nur-' 7 SENIOR LIBRARY CLUB This club is open to students in senior high. This group meets once a month during the last 50 minutes of school. Butch Atwater, Preridenlg Janet Harrington, Vice- Preridentf Barbara Morris, Secretary John Gal- lant, Trearurerg and Kay Sanders, Reporzer. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA CLUB The F.T.A. Club is for students interested in becoming teachers. They meet once a month during a selected period. It is open to any interested student whose scholastic average does not fall below a Rosemeyn Westervelt, Preridenlg Glinda Moore, Vice-Preridentg Sophia Salley, Secremry and Ruth Kerns, Trearurer. JUNIOR LIBRARY CLUB Only seventh and eighth graders are mem- bers of this club. This group meets the last 30 minutes of school once a month. Diana Raines, Preridenl: Nancy Malloy, Vice- Preridentg Bonnie jean Watts, Secretary Mary Jo Kelly, Trearurer. YOUTH COUNCIL Each homeroom has two Youth Council representatives who meet monthly at the Memorial Youth Center to plan recreational and social affairs. Left to Right: Betty Nations, Karl Long, Sandra Morris, Helen Mathis, Fran Lloyd, Jane Caulder, Margaret Ritter, and Charlene Foster. SENIOR HIGH CHORUS The Senior High Chorus meets during two regular class periods each week and each Thursday at 2:45 and practices until 3:15. Membership in the chorus also gives M credit. JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS The Junior High Chorus meets each Tuesday at 2:45 and practices until 3:15. Membership in the junior Chorus is open only to seventh and eighth grade students. SUPPLY ROOM WORKERS The Supply Room is the place where school supplies may be purchased. These students keep the Supply Room during their study halls. They are, Fint Row, Left to Right: Tommy Lawson, Hazel Baker. Second Row: Sharon Dodson, Betty Wolfe, Julie Baker, Phyllis Ritter, Kay Bartlett, Robert Strange, Joe Laird. Third Row: Harold Cole, David Cobb, Bill Toal, Johnny Munro. LATIN CLUB The Latin Club meets once a month during school and is open to all students of Latin. Officers are: Butch Atwater, Prefident: George Burrus, Vice- Preridentg Tommy Quattlebaum, Secrezafryg Betty Nations, Trearurerg and Miss Emily Suydam, Spomor. !"' 7 7 BIDDY REPRESENTATIVES These members are elected by their respective home- rooms to handle the financial affairs of the Biddy and Bantam in their homerooms. They are: Left to Right: Barbara Strange, Delores Moore, Carolyn Reid, Kathleen O'Brien, Martha Bauknight, Linda Lytle, Rosameyn Westervelt, Linda Reid, Sophie Salley, Joyce Strange. JUNIOR DRAMATICS CLUB This club meets once a month the last 30 minutes and is open only to Junior High students. The dues are used to buy play booklets and other materials. Play practice is held before and after school. Officers are: Lilly Lawson, Preridentg Pat Sims, Vice-Prey idenlg Paula Crouch, Secrelaryp Sophie Salley, Trearurer. . SENIOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB This group meets twice a month during the last 50 minutes of school. It is open only to Senior High girls. Firft Row, Left to Right: Joyce Crosby, Susan Foran, Jane Caulder, Delores Howell, jean Howell, Judy Howell. Ser- ond Row: Phyllis Ritter, Shirley Huggins, Avis Hyatt, Nancy Doggette, jean Clark. Third Roux' Linda Lytle, Hazel Baker, Betsy Dozier, Kay Sanders. Fourth Row: Nancy Ashford, Bonnie Hornsby, Doris Williams, Harriet Bull, Clydie Gordon, Martha Dobson, Betty Sharpe. JUNIOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB This club meets twice a month during the last half hour of school. It is open to all interested Seventh and Eighth grade girls. Officers are: Margaret Myrick, Secretary, Dianne Raines, Vice-Preridentg Toni Welsh, Preridentg Pat Griffin, Tren:- urerg and Delores Moore, Recorder. RED CROSS REPRESENTATIVES BIBLE CLUB These students were chosen to represent their This newly Organized club meets once a week hgmefogms during Junigf Rgd Cross Week, after school. Its Pl'OgI'8I'1'lS lI1Cll1Cl6 SPC3.kC'I.'S Mrs. Dixon is the j.R.C. sponsor. films, and IT1USiC- JUNIOR HIGH Y-TEENS The junior High Y-Teens is com- posed of girls in the seventh and eighth grades. They meet once a month during the last thirty minutes in cooperation with the local Y.W.C.A. 72 SENIOR HIGH Y-TEENS This club is composed of girls in grades nine through twelve. They meet once a month during school hours in cooperation with the Y.W.C.A. WE'LL NEVER FORGET THE '2 X , Q X E, 3 5 5 2 fi ,l 3 ,K If SK 2 ,,,,,Y.mQ,,,.-,, WMWW... ,,,, ,, - L,L, ,,..,.w.wm,.mw.,-.W,q.WMMwn.Wmm,mw,MM, .v,f.,m, 2 E S 5 2 Q E H E z f. ',,"f, 2- MAID OF HONOR JANE CAULDER 'R MISS SOPHOMORE Mary Dean Brewer - .-.. 4 Miss JUNIOR Nancy Lee Doggette MISS FRESHMAN Martha Bauknight 553223 ,km ,, 4. Q.. RUNNER-UP TO MISS SENIOR . Judy Howell 5 fi .K . X Q, -5 b- ,fi L 'af , Q Q, 1 M 3 y , f . wk Xe 1 2? 3 2 . K ,Q ,M wen - fi. L55 v H Q .m l-2-if " '- Ti' 'fe l '- - ' yi , - f'il-1 - A ' K N ' " wa ,aw QL' 'I' 'f ms: f ' fuizeii QM, ,. f'H!f'f"" , gm Q ff 4 - 'ww . M m, . Q 2 , ,X , A..,, A, ., fig, L4 D, v ' 'K 3, .,., 7,,-4' . ML K ,M-'f1:2f12f5L '9.Ze?fi:" 3 fig E'LL NEVER FORGET THE l ERBY GEORGE BASKETB LL Joe LAIRD l Y C l l l Won I 7 SCOREBOARD Lorz 6 University 73 Chapin University 65 Lexington University 40 Chapin if University 26 Brookland-Cayce 4" University 22 Eau Claire 4' University 2 5 Olympia University 60 Blythewood University 55 Lower-Richland University 84 Dentsville University 74 Lexington University 57 Columbia SPENCER CARLSON University 64 Columbia University 31 Eau Claire University 43 Brool-:land-Cayce University 29 Olympia University 40 Eau Claire University 66 Brookland-Cayce University 78 Dentsville University 44 Olympia University - 66 Lower-Richland "' University 79 Chapin 1' University 68 Swansea "' University 45 Olympia 3' Tournament Gamer 1. ROBERT STRANGE l az l F BASKETB LL BILL ToAL BARRY GEORGE The University High Bantams did it again this year. They experienced another successful season which seems to be an excellent habit. One of the most extraordinary things about the little Bantams this year was that they were followed by the student body as well as spectators throughout the city of Columbia. At all home games, the gym was packed to capacity. The leading scorer on the team was joe "Jumping" Laird, Who, in some games, totaled 38 points, 43 points, and 28 points. All the boys were hustlers, rebounders, and had that cer- tain aggtessiveness to win the games. 83 JIMMY CROSBY EARL TIMMONS l n-mud ASKETB LL JUDY HOWELL SHELBY DRIGGERS Guard Forward Won I 4 SCOREBOARD Loft 4 University 38 Chapin 31 University 34 Lexington 28 University 3 1 Chapin 20 University 32 Orangeburg 15 University 38 Blythewoocl 26 University 20 Lower-Richland 34 University 27 Dentsville 2 5 University 41 Lexington 36 University 31 Eau Claire 39 University 41 Olympia 20 University 32 Eau Claire 23 University 30 Dentsville 29 University 49 Olympia 42 University 37 Lower-Richland 49 'lk University 41 Gilbert 19 NANCY LEE DOGGETTE ' UHiVefSifY 39 IHH0 27 Fgfwgyd 'K University 37 Lower-Richland 44 "" Tournament Gamer NANCY ASHFORD DELORES MOORE Forward 84 Guard -upnuu-nqgvf ASKETB LL GERRY DREHER Forward JOYCE CROSBY Gaurd Look at the scoreboard and see what you find! The University High "Bantamettes" experienced their best basket- ball season in the history of the school. The "Bantamettes" played 18 games, winning 14 and losing 4. Three losses were to the girls from Lower Richland and one to the girls from Eau Claire. Gerry Dreher finished her basketball career this season as did Judy Howell and Shelby Driggers. Gerry averaged 21 HARR IET BULL Guard points per game to lead the team in points. Assisting the three seniors were Joyce Crosby, Nancy Lee Doggetre and Harriet Bull. 85 JEAN HOWELL Guard MANAGERS Left to Right: Bobby Barnes, Richard Able, and Richard Williams. 86 VARSITY TEAM Firrt Row, Left lo Right: Robert Strange, Barry George, Earl Timmons. Second Row: joe Laird, Bill Toal, Erby George, Barry Broome. Third Row: Richard Wfilliams, Mamzgerg jimmy Crosby, Spencer Carlson, Freddie Rogers, Cy Szakacsi, Coach. "B" SQUAD Fin! Row. Left to Right: Charles Wenzel, Gene Rector, Larry Carlson, Buddy Wood. Second Row: Richard Able, Mamzgerg Earl Mills, Earl Timmons, George Munro, Bobby Barnes, Manager. Third Row: Mike Ritchie, Earl Smith, Freddie Rogers, Barry Broome, Eddie Reynolds. VARSITY TEAM Firft Row, Left to Right: Jayne Dog- gette, Shelby Driggers, Judy Howell, Gerry Dreher, Nancy Lee Doggerte, Joyce Crosby, Harriet Bull, Delores Moore. Second Row: Betty Taylor, Mamzgerg Bonnie Ballentine, Jean Ho- well, Kathleen O'Brien, Nancy Ash- ford, Pat Kull, Alice Griffin, Kay Neeley, Frances Christakos, Sylvia Elvington, Mamzgerg Hugh Summer, Coach. MANAGERS Betty Taylor, and Sylvia Elvington. ACTION ! Shelby Driggers hits two points as the Bant- amettes from UHS beat the Red Devilettes of Olympia. Did you ever think a basket- ball could Cause so much confusion? Those Red Devils look sur- prised as Joe shoots again! The Olympia Red Devilettes just can't seem to take the ball from Shelby. ACTIO SHG S I l I E It seems as if No. 24 can't get down because he is being held up by Jimmy Crosby. Which one will get the ball? Left to Right: Howard Wood, joe Laird, Bill Toal. Left 10 Right! 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