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Business Manager . r m ' M r ' pi •4aML j ' Stf l r ' .irjM H ■ ' Tj i fir7i js_ ■ SefitemSe Orientation: Freshmen - Rushing: Sororities, Fraternities Oct 4en 18 102 Y-Court - Administration - UNC Band - University Club - UNC Cardboard - Cheer- leaders - Football - Homecoming - Phi Kappa Sigma Centennial - Fall Germans - Sophomores Tt ucm e 148 Young Republicans Club - Soccer - Dormitory Life: Women ' s Residence Council, Men ' s Interdormitory Council - Beauties - Pi-KA Beat Dook - School of Nursing ' DeccwAen. 182 Intramurals - Basketball - Religion: YWCA, YMCA, Baptist Student Union, Wesley Foundation, Hillel Foundation, Lutheran Students Association, Newman Club - Women ' s Athletic Association - Juniors aaua%ef Graham Memorial: Graham Memorial Activities Board - Seniors e4 ma i(f 224 282 Wrestling - AFROTC: Arnold Air Society, Saber Air Command - Swimming - Splash Club - Fencing - Fine Arts: Carolina Playmakers, Men ' s Glee Club, Dialectic Senate, Philanthropic Assembly, Debate Council, Carolina Forum - Dance Committee - Winter Germans - Social Orders - School of Pharmacy TH in.c 322 Track - Cosmopolitan Club - Future Teachers of America - NROTC: Scabbard and Blade - Student Government: Executives, Student Legislature, Women ' s Council, Men ' s Council, Student Council, State Student Legislature, Consolidated University Student Council, National Student Association, University Party, Elections - School of Dentistry, Dental Hygiene friil 354 Kappa Alpha Old South - Baseball - Monogram Club - Sigma Chi Derby - Golf - Honoraries, Professionals - School of Medicine Tftcuf 400 Tennis - Hogan ' s - Publications: The Daily Tar Heel, Yackety Yack, Carolina Quar- terly, Publications Board - School of Law ' cote 418 Graduation - Summer School - Graduate School, School of Public Health Advertising tfoun. fi en4 M 9H ifK€uUwit€fr cuvd frta e latioi excel- te tce, efo c ioAAC AeccMte cut iH4€fran Mc fi nt m iwW analuia . , , cutd tAu , 6ee4xu anoiUa (mU a,luf€Uf mccut tAc m ne ta tu (foun. avutf een idcHtl ied u U » . . 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The many days spent in springtime planting and summer nur- turing are over. If you are one of over eighteen hundred students filling the shadowy walks and still places with the sound which only newness brings, the abundant ORIENTATION COMMITTEE Seated behind Annette Niven and Orientation Chairman Bill McLean are Elizabeth Dent, Jackie Aldridge, John Kerr, Mebane Pritchett; standing, John Brooks, G. P. Myatt, Pat Hunter, Luther Hodges, Jim Exum, Bob Jacobus and Jim Martin. harvest is yours. Yours, because Bill McLean and his Orientation Committee planned and replanned a program to show you Carolina as it can be. Yours, because Annette Niven and the Women ' s Committee worked to give you the best, which is Carolina. In the yet untraveled seasons of your life, one day, when the frost is light upon some other ground, you will return through your mind ' s years to Chapel Hill and will find upon reflection that the founda- tion given you was firm — that because of this your heritage was greater, that this was good — this Caro- lina way of life. " How long must I stay in General College? " — fresh- men meet the system during registration at Woollen Gym. Iwtv4 ' Freshman Class officers are Peyton Hawes, Treasurer; Mary Ruth Starling, Secretary; Everett James, Vice-President; Roberta Chapin, Social Chairman. Charlie Wilson, President Freshman Class Class of 60 First Row: Adair. Carolyn Sue, Chapel Hill; Adams, Jerome Rebertson, Pieasantville, N. Y.; Adams, John Dunning, Staunton, Va.; Adams, Johnnie Selkirk, Four Oaks; Adams, William Hol- conibe, Roxboro; Agner, William Peyton, Norfolk, Va. Second Row: Akin. Robert Allan, Raleigh; Albrecht, Fred Robert Kurt, Hampstead; Alderson, Kenneth Maynard, Yanceyville; Alexander, Joseph Hammond, Short Hills, N. J.: Alexander, Richard Harnhardt, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; Alexander, Robert Lynn, Asheboro. Third Row: Allen. Danny Harrison. Forest City; Allen, Thomas Clark. High Point; Alley, John C, Goldsboro; AUred, Hiram Herbert, Jr., Mount Airy; Allred, Thomas Arthur, High Point; Allred, Tommy Lee, Burlington. Fourth Row: Alvis, Jerry Shumate, Princeton, W. Va.; Anderson, Larry Randall, High Point; Anderson, William Wallace, Wash- ington, D. C; Anzinger, Frank William, Springfield, Ohio; Armstrong, Frank, III, Winchester, Va.; Arthur, James Ficklen, Greenville. Fifth Row: Ashburn, James Lee. Mount Airy; Ashley, Johnson Wells, Jr., Hickory; Atkinson, William Bryan, New Bern; At well, Alan George, Greensboro; Austin, Sheldon Clyde. Jr.. Raleigh: Avera, Charles Allen, Rocky Mount. Sixth Row: Aycock, James Edward, Currituck; Babh, Robert Massey, Raleigh; Bagwell, Willard Ray, Raleigh; Bailey, William James, Jr., Sanford; Baldwin, Albert Leslie, Red Springs; Baldwin, Charles Eugene, Baldwin, N. Y. Seventh Row: Baldwin, Thomas Alfred, Martinsville, Va.; Ball, David Stafford. Winston-Salem; Barbee, Gibson Vester, Southport: Barbour, Larry Hugh, Four Oaks; Barefoot, John H., Benson; Barkin, Terry S., Winter Haven, Fla. Eighth Row: Barnes, James Willard, Lasker; Barts, John Will, Jr.. Yanceyville; Baucom, Cullie Joe, Monroe; Baxter, Barnee Copeland, Jr., Madison, Fla.; Beacham, Fred Arnold, Raleigh; Beale, John Carroll, Elkin. Ninth Row: Beard, Robert Earl, Fayetteville ; Beaver, Frank Eugene, Statesville; Belk, James Sherman, Hickory; Berryhill, Bruce Holt, Charlotte: Betts, James Allen, Raleigh; Bingham. James Robert, Boone. Tenth Row: Bivens, Jimmie Douglas, Reidsville; Blackmon, Billie Bruce, Four Oaks; Blair, Jerry Andre, Thomasville; Blanton, Silas Walker, Jr., Marion; Bledsoe, James Odell, Jr., New Bern; Blumenthal, Jerome Bruce, Atlanta, Ga. Eleventh Row: Boden, Theodore Neal, New Orleans, La.; Bolick, Ted Arnold, Hudson; Bonner, William Ross, Greensboro; Bose, Sipra, Chapel Hill; Bossong, Joseph Charles, Asheboro; Bowen, Frank Theodore, Jr., Washington. SyHuyy f % fit I Freshmen . . . First Row: Bowers, Edward Bernard, Bethesda, Md.; Bradley, Charles Marvin, Whitakers; Brake, Richard Clarence, Henderson: Brannan, Robert Albert, Newton Square, Pa.; Brannon, Anthony Mason, Durham; Braswell, Kermit Lee, Roanoke Rapids. Second Row: Brawley, Reid Haynes, Charlotte; Brimmer, Kenneth R., Charlotte; Brock, James David, Burlington; Brown, Don Franklin, Leicester; Brown, Joe Edward, Forest City; Brown, Malcolm Otis, Gaslonia. Third Row: Bryant, David Lee, Charlotte; Bryant, Howard McKenzie, Jr., Asheboro; Buchanan, James Wofford, Lexington: Buffaloe, James Atlas, Raleigh; Bunnell, George E., Miami Beach, Fla.; Burleson, William Rowell, Tabor City. Fourth Row: Burnside, William Henry, Raleigh ; Burroughs, Paul Rayvon, Walnut Cove; Buzzard, Jimmie Nelson, Pennsboro, W. Va.; Byrd, Edward Franklin, Lincolnton; Byrd, Howell Euell, Jr., Fayelteville: Byrd, Julian Clarence, Goldsboro. Fifth Row: Byrum, Albert Gaskins, Jr., Edenton; Cabot, Ronald Mark. High Point; Gaboon, Bobby Glenn, Harbinger; Cain, Alston Grey, Fayetteville; Callahan, Horton Caswell, Graham; Calloway, William Ray, Mount Airv. Sixth Row: Calvert. Richard Irvin, East Rockingham; Cameron, Edward Leon, Raejord; Campbell, Milton Clyde, Jr.. Chapel Hill: Carpenter. Leonard B., Dallas; Carr, David Richard, Auburn, Mass.; Carter, James Larry, Raleigh. Seventh Row: Cass, Donald Hayes, Elkin; Cauley, Jerry Dean, Kinston: Causey, Hugh Ward, Charlotte; Chastain, Roger Vernon, Jr., Cherry Point; Chears, William McRae, Danville, Va.; Chichester, Gerald Curtis, Macon, Ga. Eighth Row: Christian, Dixon Wallace, Vicksburg, Miss.; Clark, Harold Douglas, Hazelwood; Clark, Jon Burton, Williamston; Clark, Jon Quentin, Rockville, Md.; Claytor, William Graham. Signal Mountain, Tenn.; Clemmons, Vernon Hall, Fayette- ville. Ninth Row: Cochran, Virgil Mickey, Washington ; Coggins, Wyatt Henry, Jr., Charlotte; Colclough, L. R., Durham; Colclough, Wil- liam Joseph, Durham; Coleman, Thomas Wilkes, Summit, N. J.; Collins, Michael Lee, High Point. Tenth Row: Combs, Bobby Eugene, Statesville; Congdon, RoKert Milton, Hingham, Mass.; Connery, Robert Andrew, Durham; Conry, Murphy Bryan, Rockwell; Cooper, David E., Jr., Fayette- ville; Cope, Alfred Lovell, Jr., Elizabeth City. Eleventh Row: Copses, James Peter, Charlotte; Cordle, Thomas Llewellin, Jr.j Charlotte; Correll, Robert Edward Lee, Jr., Laurinburg; Costen, Thomas Buie, Gatesville ; Covington, Robert James, Raleigh; Cowper, Stephen C, Kinston. smBE smBm wEebE I f ? f en... Class of ' 60 First Row: Crabtree, James Ralph, Fuquay Springs; Cranford, James W., Troy; Craven, Burit Doyle, Chapel Hill; Graver, George Larry, Winston-Salem; Grawford, Alvin Thompson, Nor- wood; Grawford, James Walker, Jr., Oxford. Second Row: Grawford, John Robert, III, Salisbury; Grawley, George Edward, Jr., Wilson; Greech, Joseph A., Jr., Selma; Greek- more, Joseph Powell, Whiteville; Grocker, William Guy, Selma; Grotty, Curtis Paul, Mullens, W. Va. Third Row: Grow, Edward Wilson, Hanes; Crownover, James Edward, Jr., Asheville; Grumpier, Lyle Ellis, Rocky Mount; Crutch- field, Clarence Jackson, Jr., Sanford; Grutchfield, William, Jr., Lookout Mountain, Tenn.; Gulp, Albert Franklin, Mooresville. Fourth Row: Cummings, Ralph Waldo, Jr., Raleigh; Cunningham, James Richard, Charleston, W. Va.; Dailey, Richard Maurice, Jr., Raleigh; Dalton, Joseph Michael, Mayodan; Daniel, Mar- shall Emory, Jr., Charlotte; Daughtry, Ben Philip, Smith- field. Fifth Row: Daughtry, Carl Mitchell, Faison; Daughtry, Robert Law- rence, Conway; Davalos, Louis Francis, New York, N. Y.; Davidson, .Sigmund, Greensboro; Davis, Guy Pointer, Rox- boro; Davis, James Haydn, Adel, Ga. Sixth Row: Davis, John Allen, Thomasville; Davis, William Finley, Morganton; Davis, William Glenn, Jr., Winston-Salem; Dewar, David Kenneth, Greensboro; Dewitt, Monty, Con- cord; Dimmette, Joel Hart, Lenoir. Seventh Row: Dominick, William Hal, Durham; Dooley, Patrick Lawrence, Raleigh; Dorroh, John Hunter, Jr., Wilson; Dorroh, William Gayle, Wilson; Dorsett, Samuel Houston, Jr., Winston- Salem; Draughn, Jerry Dee, Jonesville. Eighth Row: Draughon, Clyde O., Mobile, Ala.; Dries, Donald Morris, Wyomissing, Pa.; Dunn, William, HI, Raleigh; Dunnagan, Harold Macon, Winston-Salem; Eagles, Frank Logan, Wilson; Eason, Roy Lester, Dallas. Ninth Row: Eddings, Tally Harry, II, Tabor City; Edmund, William Bullard, Jr., Lumberton; Edwards, Hal Gaven, Ellerbe; Eisele, Douglas George, Statesville; Elam, Paul Wilson, Jr., Louisburg; Eller, William Larry, Spencer. Tenth Row: Ellis, Johnny Wayne, Spruce Pine; Embry, Hugh Collins, Fredericksburg, Va.; Erbesfield, Edward Arnold, Atlanta, Ga.; Evans, David Samuel, Fayetteville; Everett, Houston Spencer, Jr., Baltimore, Md.; Everitt, James McPherson, Jr., Greensboro. Eleventh Row: Exum, Ashe Bost, Snow Hill; Farber, Jerry Marcus, Greens- boro; Ferguson, Jerry Hill, Millbrook; Ferguson, Tommy Russell, Rockingham; Ferlazzo, Philip Anthony, Quantico, Va.; Fincannon, Larry Neale, Enka. Freshmen . . mm First Row: Finkelstein, Alan Stanley, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Fishel, Grover Eugene, Winston-Salem: Fisher, Paul Edward, Granite Quarry; Fitchelt, Jon Preston, Dunn; Flynn, H. Shields, Tryon; Folger, Radford Garrett, Greenville. Second Row: Fcnville, Frederic Vaden, Jr., Raleigh; Fortner, Harold Harri ' i, Anderson, S. ( ' ..; Foster, Thomas Charles, Durham; Fountain, Arthur Whitfield, Tarboro; Foushee, Roger Bab- son. Burlington; Fowler, Donna Marie, Chapel Hill. Third Row: Fox, David Vernon, Webster Groves, Mo.; Fox, John Ben- jamin, Burlington; Franklin, William Norman, Greensboro; Frazier, James Randolph, Rocky Mount; Freeland, Ernest Pinkney, Jr., Matthews; French, William Washington, Charlotte. Fourth Row: Frohsin, Leon, Jr., Atlanta, Ga.; Frye, Thaddeus Nelson, Carthage; Fulghum, Robert Daniel, Fayetteville; Fuller, Charles Herbert, South (Charleston, W. Va.; Fuller, Walter Erwin, Jr., Louisburg; Funderburk, Albert Otto, Jr., Spray. Fifth Row: Fuquay, Thomas Raymond, Summerfield; Furjanic, Edward Frank, Bressler, Pa.; Furr, Hal Eugene, Concord: Gardiner, John Alden, Greensboro; Garr, Melvyn Lawrence, Raleigh; Garriss, Austin McDonald, Troy. Sixth Row: Garver, John David, Manhasset, N. Y.; Gaskins, James Alfred, Jr., New Bern; Gaskins, James Maurice, Elizabeth City: Gautier, William Louis, Kendall, Fla.; Gay, Malcolm Gardner, Walstonburg; Gerdes, Phillip Engelhard, Wil- mington. Seventh Row: Orman, Eleanor Alice, Miami, Fla.; Ghanim, John Khalil, Ramallah, Jordan; Girard, Stephen Scher, Gastonia; Glascock, Louis LeGrand, Greensboro; Glenn, Willie L., Durham ; Goodman, Benjamin Mitchell, Jr., Gates. Eighth Row: Goodman, Hugh Marion, Jr., Signal Mountain, Tenn.; Goodson, Carey Henry, Winston-Salem; Goodwin, Donald R., Monroe; Grady, Henry Allen, Jr., Hubert; Graham, Edmund Lowell, Sanjord; Graham, Wally Anthony, Miami, Fla. Ninth Row: Grant, Thomas Alexander, Staunton, Va.; Grasser, Harry, Philadelphia, Pa.; Greene, Alton Glenn, Jr., Shallotte; Greer, Gary Raymond, Spindale; Griffin, John Emmett, Jr., Monroe; Griffin, Roland Gerald, Williamston. Tenth Row: Groce, Van Ray, Sanjord; Grogan, Kennis Robert, Mayo- dan; Gain, William Archie, Raeford; Gunter, Frank Odell, Durham; Gunter, Jerry Marshall, Gastonia; Gwinn, George Hill, Alderson, W. Va. Eleventh Row: Hager, Richard Douglass, Jr., Winston-Salem; Haithcock, Donald Dupree, Durham; Haker, Laurance Frank, Thomas- ville; Haley, Michael Winder, Greensboro; Hammett, John Benjamin, Pennsboro, W. Va.; Hamrick, Franklin Adair, ]IL Shelby. Class of 60 First Row: Happer, Mills Marshall, 111, Kinston; Happer, William, Jr., Lenoir; Harmon, Ronald Davis, Statesville; Harper, James Madison, Southport; Harris, David Mason, Troy; Harris, Henry Wood, Winston-Salem. Second Row: Harris, Mitchell T., Pinetown; Harris, Ronald Clay, Salis- bury; Harris, Thomas J., Jr., Red Springs; Harris, Timothy Leighton, Dallas; Hassell, William Bundy, Jamestown; Haug, Howard John Jr., Sanjord. Third Row: Hawkins, Ralph Owen, Raleigh; Hayer, Larry Wilson, Kannapolis; Hayes, Richard Bryant, Sanjord; Haywood, Ronald Lee, Mount Gilead; Hearne, John Lee, Jr., Denton; Hellard, John Charles, Salisbury. Fourth Row: Hendricks, Marvin Thompson, Hamlet; Herford, Robert David, Greensboro; Herndon, Joseph Glenn, Parkton; Her- ring, Michael Albert, Newton Grove; Hester, Roy McDowell, Asheboro; Hewitt, Joe Anderson, Shelby. Fifth Row: Hicks, Carl Thomas, Jr., Walstonburg; Highsmith, William Cochran, Fayetteville; Hill, Michael Orman, Raleigh; Hill- man, James Elgan, Jr., Raleigh; Hinnant, Robert Willard, Pine Level; Hobbs, Benjamin Franklin, Jr., Warsaw. Sixth Row: Hoilman, Thomas Henry, Bakersville; Holcomb, David Wal- lace, Winston-Salem; Holland, William Marion, Jr., Smith- field; Hollar, James Cecil, Hickory; Holmes, James Nor- wood, Goldsboro; Honeycutt, Stephen Ball, Raleigh. Seventh Row: Home, Robert Milton, Maxton; Howell, Henry Grady, Goldsboro; Howerton, Charles C, Cuero, Tex.; Howerton, Thomas McClaskey, HL Madison, Fla.; Rowland, Charles Roy, Belhaven; Howson, Charles Henry, Villanova, Pa. Eighth Row: Hoyle, Robert Bruce, Rutherford; Hubbard, Charles G., Stedman; Hudson, James Miller, Jefferson; Huffman, Gil- bert Thompson, Mount Airy; Hull, Rodney Clinton, Port Washington, N. Y.; Hutchinson, Fred Knox, Rockingham. Ninth Row: Hyde, John Morton, H, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Ingold, Fred- erick L., Jr., Gary; Jackson, George Winfield, Belhaven; Jackson, Harold Henry, Kings Mountain; Jackson, Wesley Franklin, Durham; Jacobs, Donald M., High Point. Tenth Row: James, Alton Everette, Jr., Robersonville; James, Kenneth Leroy, Mayodan; Jarrell, James Norfleet, Raleigh; Jennings, Edward Lewis, Wadesboro; Jessup , Timothy Ellis, Mount Airy; Jester, John Carlton, HI, Greensboro. Eleventh Row: Johnson, David Lee, Graham; Johnson, Donald Lewis, Bur- lington; Johnson, George William, Red Springs; Johnston, Hall Morrison, Jr., Charlotte; Jones, Carter Randolph, Durham; Jones, David Alexander, Fremont. Freshmen . . . First Row: Jones, Herman Floyd, Jr., Reidsville; Jones, Rebecca Batts, Cary; Jones, Robert David, Anderson, S. C; Jones, Robert Walker, Durham; Jones, William Clayborn, Roanoke Rapids; Jordan, Charles Lennon, Fayetteville. Second Row: Jordan, Thomas Hereford, Wilson; Joyncr, Bertice Clifford, Rocky Mount; Kellam, William Julius, Jr., Greensboro: Kellert, Lewis Aaron, Silver Spring, Md.; Kelly, Douglas Neal, Waynesville; Kelly, Edward Glenn, Sanford, Third Row: Kelly, Ronald Philip, Statesville; Kennedy, Sherman, Rich- lands; Kepley, Richard Hal, Roanoke, Va.; Kerr, James Lee, Jamstown; Kerr, Robert Emmet, Jr., Charlotte; Kilpatrick, Arthur Lawrence, Ansonia, Conn. Fourth Row: Kimmel, Ronnie Melvin, Dunn; King, H. Joe, Jr., Charlotte; Kine, William Joseph, Lenoir; Kinlaw, William Knox, Jr., Lumberton ; Kinney, James William, Kannapolis; Kittredge, Lee Denniston, East Flat Rock. Fifth Row: Kizziah, Michael Doyle, Concord; Knight, Lester Harold. Wilmington; Knott, Robert N. W., Asheboro; Koonce. Charles Duffy, Jacksonville; Kordalski, Robert Edward, Salem, Mass.; Kornfeld, Stanley David, Rocky Mount. Sixth Row: Kramer, Larry, Whiteville; Kuralt, Wallace Hamilton, Jr., Charlotte; Kurtz, Arthur H., Winston-Salem; Labrozzi. James Frank, Sag Harbor, N. Y.; Lance, Frank Howard, Jr., Rosman; Lanham, Michael Stewart, Fayetteville. Seventh Row: Laughrun, James Everett, Burnsville; Lawing, Jack Lee, Marion; League, Richard N., Summit, N. ].; Leder, Arnold Harris, Goldsboro; Lee, Billy Sanford, Four Oaks; Levy, Benjamin Jack, Petersburg, Va. Eighth Row: Lewis, Robert Glenn, Morehead City; Liipfert, Cowles, Winston-Salem; Liman, Peter C, Hewlett, N. Y.; Little, Hoyle Eugene, Stanfield; Little, James Franklin, Pollocks- ville. Ninth Row: Little, Tommie Leon, Raleigh; Livengood, R. Hinkle, Jr., Winston-Salem; Livingston, Robert Pierce, Wilmington; Long, Paul Froneberger, Bessemer City; Lotz, Denton, Northport, N. Y.; Lufkin, John Edwin, Florence, S. C. Tenth Row: Lyerly, Alan Ray, Salisbury; Lytle, William Patillar, Marion ; McAdams, Delmar Warren, Swepsonville ; McCracken, Frank Webb, HI, Sanford; McDonald, Eugene James, Reids- ville; McDonald, James Clarence, Southern Pines. Eleventh Row: McDuBie, Bobby Ray, Chapel Hill; McGarry, Francis Joseph, Raynham, Mass.; McGee, John Divine, Lookout Mountain, Tenn.; McFalls, Charles Samuel, Greensboro; Mcintosh, John Nash, Savannah, Ga.; Mclver, Lynn, HI, Wilson. WEESl J if , J ,i j» ' Class of 60 First Row: McKay, Hugh Gordon, III, Newton; McKeel, James Barrow, Belhaven; McLamb, Floyd, Coals; McLeod, Joe, Raejord; McLeod, Malcolm Noell, Sanford; McMeans, Kenneth Dale, Winston-Salem. Second Row: McMillan, James Leroy, Jr., Selma; McMillan, John Taylor, Parkton; McMillion, Donald Clark, Charleston, W. Va.; McNairy, James David, III, Greensboro; McNeil, G. Elliott, Arlington, Va.; McNeill, James Ronald, Sanford. Third Row: McRacken, William L., Red Springs; MacBryde, Ian Cameron, ls ie!;i e ; Macy, Jacques Berr, Charlotte; Mallins, Robert Heitz, W inston-Salem ; Malpass, Donald Gene, Hampton, Va. ; Malpass, Welborn R., High Point. Fourth Row: Mann, Clifton Darrell, Newport; Manuel, Jerry Alton, Greenboro; Marks, Thomas Stanley, Hudson, Ohio; Marley, Alfred Ray, Jr., Erwin; Marsh, Rupert Henry, Spindale ; Martin, Franklin Edwin, Fayetteville. Fifth Row: Martin, George Thomas, Jr., Beaufort; Mason, Charles Clarence, Dillsboro; Mathews, Robert Simon, Hertford; Mathias, William Jefferson, Jr., Wilmington; Matthews, David Poindexter, Winston-Salem; Mauney, Walter Ford, Murphy. Sixth Row: Mayo, John Blount, Jr., Raleigh; Mellott, Calvin Arley, Chapel Hill; Mendenhall, Edward Emerson, III, High Point; Miller, Lawrence Gregg, Asheville; Miller, Rea Franklin, Jr., Charlotte; Mills, Howard Ausiva, Mount Airy. Seventh Row: Minter, John D., Jr., Raleigh; Mitchell, Merritt Kellogg, Rye, N. Y.; Monroe, John Stewart, Sanford; Monroe, Wil- liam Murchison, Sanford; Moore, Theodore Carlton, Jr., Chapel Hill ; Morgan. James Hunter, Fayetteville. Eighth Row: Morgan, John Hayward, Oxford; Morris, Jimmy Austin, Kenly; Morris. Zebulon Alexander, Concord; Morrison, Robert Lee, Atlanta, Ga.; Morrow, Frances Ann, Chapel Hill; Morton, Bruce Floyd, Marion. Ninth Row: Moseley, Wendell Clay, Roanoke Rapids; Moss, James Alfred, II, Fayetteville; Moss, Philip Victor, Kew Gardens, N. Y.; Moye, Lawrence Anderson, Maury; Mulieri, Vincent Anthony, Annapolis, Md.; Murphy, Dewey Leon, Stokesdale. Tenth Row: Murray, Robert Crocker, Hendersonville; Myers, David Worth, El kin; Myers, Harold Gordon, Elkin; Myse, Robert Newell, Arlington, Va.; Nakamura, Charles Masaru, Hono- lulu, Hawaii; Nash, Philip Barnes, Bristol, Va. Eleventh Row: Neal, Robert Franklin, Henderson; Nealon, Edgar Lee, Washington, D. C; Newsome, William Grayson, Jr., High Point; Newton, Barbara Marie, Chapel Hill; Ney, Robert Maurice, Maplewood, N. ].; Noble, Robert Cutler, Raleigh. t -1 f t Freshmen . . I First Row: Nobles, Harry, Cerro Gordo; Northcutt, Charles Wilson, Wadesboro; Norvell, William Lewis, Jr., Seaboard; O ' Dea, John P., Atlantic City, N. J.; O ' Ferrell, John Wesley, Greensboro; Oliver, John Hill, Summit, N. J. Second Row: Oliver, Otis Martin, Mount Airy; Olson, Tor, Northfield, III.; Osborne, Charles David, Shallotte; O ' Tuel, P. Harold, Jr., Goldsboro; Overman, Thomas Lewis, Raleigh; Owens, Donald Victor, Elizabeth City. Third Row: Owens, Mark West, Jr., Fountain; Packard, James A., Providence, R. I.; Paderick, Clifton Waldo, Kinston; Palmer, Robert Evan, Shelby; Parker, David Anthony, Lexington; Parker, David Norfleet, Raleigh. Fourth Row: Parker, Donald Wilson, Woodland; Parker, James Lee, Enfield; Parker, Robert Andrew, Henderson; Partin, Donald Howard, Hobgood; Partin, Wilson Burton, Jr., Scotland Neck; Patrick, Donald Ray, Greenville. Filth Row: Patterson, Bynum George, Southern Pines; Patterson, Edwin Milas, in, Spencer; Pearsall, Mack Braswell, Rocky Mount; Pearson, Bruce Gilbert, Fort Bragg; Peebles, Robert Graham, Jr., Falls Church, Va.; Pemberton, Charles D., Greensboro. Sixth Row: Perrini, Joseph John, Queens Village, N. Y. ; Phillips, Grady Hine, Greensboro; Phillips, Roy Thomas, Kinston; Philyaw, Robert Allen, Trenton; Pierce, Robert James, Jr., Rocky Point; Pipkin, Ashmead Pringle, Reidsville. Seventh Row: Pittman, Charles Wood, Jr., Columbia, S. C; Plyler, Wal- lace Hinton, Salisbury; Polak, Herman Joost, Washington, D. C; Ponton, Andrew Jackson, Warwick, Va.; Poole, Walter Roy, Jr., Kinston; Porter, William Middleton, Orchard Park, N. Y. Eighth Row: Powell, Coburn Hobart, Roanoke Rapids; Proctor, Kay Roderick, Chapel Hill; Purdy, Ronald Hughes, Yondley, Pa.; Purkerson, Johnny Wesley, Raleigh; Purnell, Charles David, Ocean City, Md.; Raab, Teddy Lee, Garner. Ninth Row: Ragland, Joe Ray, Jr., Kernersville; Ramsay, Gayle Edward, Brevard; Rand, Walter, Garner; Rankin, Alvin, Jr., Mount Holly; Rankin, Clinton Price, Jr., Gastonia; Raper, Julius Rowan, III, Oxford. Tenth Row: Ray, Herman Edwin, Burlington; Ray, John Charles, South- ern Pines; Ray, William Turner, Wake Forest; Redding, Max Gerald, Gastonia; Redmond, Lawrence Edward, Ashe- ville; Reese, George Woodrow, Jr., Taylorsville. Eleventh Row: Reeves, Robert Wayne, Tabor City; Reid, Gary Theodore, High Point; Reinhardt, Philip Joseph, Harrisburg, Pa.; Renfrow, A. Tucker, Lucama; Renneckar, Frederick Gillett, Port Allegany, Pa.; Reynolds, Jasper Andrew, Jr., Chatta- nooga, Tenn. frsi W- Class of 60 First Row: Rhodes, Robert Maurice, Lenoir; Rhynes, Richard Gaddy, Morven; Ridout, Constance, Chapel Hill; Riley, John G., Salisbury; Roberson, Stanley Allen, Henderson; Roberts, Bryan Wilson, Hiltsboro. Second Row. Roberts, Eddie Kemp, Wendell; Robertson, Larry Vernon, Tucson, Ariz.; Robinson, Sarah McConnell, Gastonia; Roper, Fred Wilburn, Hendersonville; Rosen, Michael Andrew, Woodbridge, Conn.; Ross, Charlie Allen, Chapel Hill. Third Row: Ross, Herbert Allen, South Orange, N. J.; Rouse, Randall Rex, Jr., Raleigh; Rowe, Ronald D., Lumberton; Royster, Nancy Jane, Chapel Hill; Royster, William Thomas, Hen- derson; Ruse, Jimmy Wilford, Greensboro. Fourth Row: Russell, Paul, Jr., Bridgeport, W. Va.; Russell, Raymond Wilson, Lima, Peru; Sabiston, Frank, Jr., Kinston; Saint- sing, Everette Thomas, Thomasville; Sanders, Charles Leroy, Rocky Mount; Sanders, Lewis Drexel, Willow Springs. Fifth Row: Sapp, Edwin Greenlaw, Greensboro; Sauls, James C, Garner; Sawyer, Ray Bryan, Washington; Scarboro, John Felix, Raleigh; Schenck, Edmund Harrison, Greensboro; Schnell, Frederick John, Pinebluff. Sixth Row: Schroeder, George N., Summit, N. J.; Schultheiss, Gerald Webb, High Point; Scott, James Martin, Winchester, Va.; Scott, Jimmy Paul, Charlotte; Scott, Wayne Nelson, Stony Point; Seabock, Alvin Victor, Durham. Seventh Row: Seawell, June Howard, Carthage; Sedberry, Marion Carlton, Army Chemical Center, Md.; Senter, Clarence Eugene, Jr., Charlotte; Seymour, Sidney Walker, Jr., Apex; Sharpe, Benny Sandlin, Beulaville; Sheets, Charles Dean, Greens- boro. Eighth Row: Shepard, Robert Bowden, Jr., Raleigh ; Sherrill, Robert Alexander, Lenoir; Shields, John Edward, Winston-Salem; Shoaf, Sanford H., Durham; Shore, Carl Isaac, Jr., Yadkin- ville; Shuler, James Ernest, Salisbury. Ninth Row: Shulimson, Bernard Lawrence, Asheville; Simpson, Clifford C, Jr., Farmville; Simpson, Henry Clay, Jr., Lexington, Ky.; Simpson, Hoke Smith, Jr., Larchmont, 1 . Y.; Simpson, Leo Franklin, Jr., Morehead City; Sims, Arthur Ward, Orange, Va. Tenth Row: Sleight. Edward Windsor, Greensboro; Smith, Clayton Ber- nard, Jr., Etizabethlown; .Smith, Colin Fraser, Pinehurst; Smith, Frank Watson, Wake Forest; Smith, Fred Pearsall, Wilmington; Smith, Jerry Allen, Salisbury. Eleventh Row: Smith, Jerry LeRoy, Wilkesboro; Smith. Joan Wilson, Sylva; Smith, Katherine Adelaide, Chapel Hill; Smith, Kirby Hart, Jr.. Ayden; Smith, Michael F., Belmont; Smith, Miller Willis, Jr., Charlotte. wm f % %.1i f f Freshmen . . First Row: Smith, Nicholas Arthur, Kings Mountain; Smith, Norman Barrett, Franklin; Smith, Wayne Reece, Charlotte; Smith- son, Alva P., Creswell; Smoot, Marvin LeRoi, III, Golds- bora; Snyder, John Gifford, Birmingham, Mich. Second Row: Snyder, John Graham, Fayetteville; Solomon, Allan Frank, Conway, S. C; Solomon, Francis Darwin, Kernersville; Somers, Richard Joseph, Jr., Clifton Forge, Va.; Southern, James Moody, Asheboro; Sox, Carl Caughman, Jr., Kenly. Third Row: Sparger, James Massey, Mount Airy; Springs, Manley March, Charlotte; Sproles, Charles Ben, Spruce Pine; Stallings, Alva Donald, Rocky Mount; Stassinos, Evagelos Stavros, Charlotte; Stassinos, James Odysseus, Charlotte. Fourth Row: Steele, Hobart Theodore, Jr., Burlington; Steelman, Robert Franklin, Kinston; Stem, William Converse, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Stephenson, Shelby Dean, Benson; Stewart, Harry Glenn, New Bern; Still, Frederick Allen, Thomasville. Fifth Row: Stone, Kennon Davis, Bailey; Stoner, Paul Glenn, Jr., Lexington; Street, Gordon Parkhurst, Jr., Chattanooga, Tenn.; Strickland, James Ralph, Jr., Middlesex; Stroud. Robert Eugene, High Point; Styers, Carl Kenneth, Gastonia. Sixth Row: SuUivan, Donald Jerome, Wilmington; Summey, Charles Ernest, Dallas; Talabac, Leon Victor, Montclair, N. J.; Tatum, Walter Lewis, Salisbury; Taylor, Carlton Edward, Snow Hill; Taylor, Chester Winfield, Castle Hayne. Seventh Row: Taylor, Richard Skeffington, Maracay, Venezuela; Thigpen, Benny Gene, Beulaville; Thomas, James Norman, Cherry Point; Thompson, Herndon Walter, Hamlet; Thompson, James Sherwood, Oceana, Va.; Thompson, Tarlton Roberts, Jr., Aur ora. Eighth Row: Thompson, William Michael, Jr., Augusta, Ga.; Thompson, Wriston Augustus, Jr., Asheville; Thrift, Charles Boiling, in, Knoxville, Tenn.; Tolar, Joseph Marion, Lumberton ; Tolbert, Julian Hudson, Macon, Ga.; Trotter, Wesley Asbury, Jr., Reidsville. Ninth Row: Troutman, Howard Preston, Lenoir; Turner, Anthony Gar- land, Rocky Mount; Tyman, Ronald Jay, Durham; Tyndall, James Paul, Jr., Swansboro ; Tyson, William Wesley, Char- lotte; Urwick, Richard Brooks, Charlotte. Tenth Row: Vaughn, Gary Ellis, Greensboro; Venters, Wayne Burnette, Jacksonville; Vickers, Joel Ellison, Durham; Vincent, Mal- vern Fitzhugh, Roanoke Rapids; Vinnik, Donald Harvey, Raleigh; Wagner, Gary Gordon, Cramerton. Eleventh Row: Waldo, Gordon Payne, Hope Mills; Wallace, John Arthur, Jr., Smithfield; Walters, Charles Stephen, State Road; Ward, Jesse David, Jr., Westfield, N. ].; Weaver, Billy Brack, Durham; Weaver, Pearce Roberts, Asheville. WEI WEEESm 1...] Class of 60 yiBKfti i I First Row : Webb, Charles Aurelius, Asheville; Webb, Joseph Henry, Jr., Wilson; Webster, William Sanford, Virginia Beach, Va.; Welborn, Johnny Walter, Boone; Wells, James Barden, Burgaw. Second Row: Westbrook, Charles Heath, Sanford; Wheless, Louis Alfred, Jr., Louisburg; Whitaker, William David, Durham; White, Alvin Miles, Swansboro ; White, Horace Caleb, Jr., Edenton. Third Row: White, James Battey, Pineville; White, Perry Mack, Rather- jordton; White, Thomas Livingston, Jr., Lumberton; White, William Valentine, Jr., Roanoke Rapids; Whitfield, Charles Lyne, Atlanta, Ga. Fourth Row: Whitfield, Dale Roy, Greensboro; Whitley, John Bryan, Thomasville; Wilbanks, Robert Martin, HL Eujaula, Ala.; Wilber, John Vincent, Elmira, N. Y.; Wilder, Morris Sidney, Hendersonville. Fifth Row: Wilkie, Thomas Andrews, Gulf; Williams, James Lewis, Durham: Williams, Junius Sneed, Jr., Fayetleville ; Wil- liams, Larry Howard, Four Oaks; Williams, Norman Ellis, Durham. Sixth Row: Wilson, Charles Edward, Asheville; Wilson, James Chan- ning, Edenton; Wilson, Laurence Glenn, Mount Olive; Wilson, Mark King, HI, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Windley, Heber Wilkinson, Washington. Seventh Row: Withrow, Lawrence Randolph, Charlotte; Wohlbruck, Theo- dore Clemens, Charlotte; Wolfer, Frederic Fane, Jr., Fort Bragg; Womack, James Horton, Charlotte; Woodall, Edward Marshall, Angier. Eighth Row: Woodbury, Edgar Christenson, Raleigh; Woody, Steve Wal- ter, Waynesville; Wooten, Bobby Gene, Yadkinville; Work- man, Harold Parks, Gastonia; Wright, George Mitchell, Tabor City. Ninth Row: Yarbrough, James Raymond, Hendersonville; Yates, Don Victor, Lexington; Yokley, Charles Bruce, Denton; Yokley, Raymond Ross, Denton; Yopp, James Dennie, Wilmington. Tenth Row: Young, Michael Arthur, Greensboro; Young, Ronald Douglas, Spencer; Young, Watkins Goodwyn, Henderson; Young, Wayne Bennett, Mooresville; Younts, James Wood- row, Jr., High Point. The rushee is greeted at the door with a name- tag, pin and broad welcome smile. 6(4Ama . , , The term " rushing " refers to " communication, direct or indirect, " between any social sorority or fraternity member and the party interested in join- ing either; more specifically, it refers to that period of time set aside in the fall during which sororities and fraternities formally meet and entertain the rushee, finally inviting him or her to pledgeship. The sorority formal rush period this year lasted from September 21 to October 2; fraternity formal rushing began September 30 and lasted until Octo- ber 5. Many of the sororities and fraternities also hold informal rush periods at the beginning of the second semester or some time later during the spring. Rushing constitutes the culmination of weeks of work, manual and otherwise, for the Rush Chair- man and the active members of the various sorori- ties and fraternities; it is also the subject of a great deal of anticipation on the part of the rushee. The refreshment table offers a pleasant setting for some seri- ous fraternity talk. Informal gab sessions, during which the rushee and sorority really get to know each other, comprise most essential ele- ment of any rush party. The majority of rush parties are held in the eve- ning. Sorority rush parties often feature group singing, skits and themes of every kind. Group singing and combo music are popular items at fra- ternity rush parties, though the most important feature of a successful rush period is any means which has most effectively enabled the rushee and the Greek member to gain a thorough personal knowledge and understanding of one another. Under the guidance of the Panhellenic and Inter- fraternity Councils, UNC ' s six social sororities and twenty-four social fraternities rushed about 215 of some 350 new women and about 1000 of some 1200 new men, respectively. After a week of careful appraisal and deep considera- tion by both rushee and fraternity: " Glad to have you with us! " — the rushee becomes a pledge. Sononctce4 Stray Greeks The Stray Greek Organization is composed of sorority girls whose chapters are not represented on this campus. Its aim is to provide a social outlet for its members, and to preserve the bonds of unity and sisterhood in sorority life. This group was founded in 1944 under the leadership of Twigg Branch. It has gained more and more recognition on campus since then, and its membership now totals almost thirty. This year the Stray Greeks handled the Panhellenic Post Office during sorority rush week, and each member served as a Panhellenic Adviser in her own dormitory. The Stray Greeks also took part in the Woman ' s Athletic program, service projects, and social activities. : A Mary Margaret William President Barlowc, Gamma Phi Beta Coopwood, Phi Mu Cress, Gamma Phi Beta Gichner, Alpha Epsilon Beta vdf En Gravely, Zeta Tau Alpha, Secretary McFadden, Kappa Kappa Gamma Moore, Phi Mu Shelley, Phi Mu Smith, Kappa Alpha Theta, Vice-President Sindell, Alpha Epsilon Phi Tanner, Alpha Chi Omega Wallace, Zeta Tau Alpha, Treasurer White, Delta Gamma WilUams, Phi Mu, President Woody, Alpha Chi Omega 36 Seated: Executive Council members are Linda Blayney, Alpha Gamma Delta; Penn Anthony, Chi Omega; Sally Price, Kappa Delta; Mary Burgwyn, Alpha Delta Pi; Libby Reece, Delta Delta Delta; Harriette Lewis, Pi Beta Phi. Stand- ing: Peg Humphrey, Kappa Delta; Jane Riley, Alpha Gamma Delta; Pat Smith, Stray Greeks; Joe Ruffin, Chi Omega; Nancy Shuford, Chi Omega; Trudy Lefler, Alpha Gamma Delta; Ida Robinson, Delta Delta Delta; Sara Humphrey, Pi Beta Phi; Jo Anne Knott, Alpha Delta Pi; Shirley Williams, Alpha Delta Pi; Martha Decker, Advisor; Dot Greulach, Pi Beta Phi; Mary Rhea Spivey, Delta Delta Delta; Sally Patterson, Kappa Deha. St Sally Price, President The Panhellenic Council is composed of three representatives from each of the six sororities on campus plus their alumna ad- viser, one representative from the Stray Greeks, and an adviser from the office of the Dean of Women. The purpose of Panhellenic is to co-ordi- nate sorority affairs. The Council meets once each week to discuss sorority problems, formu- late rules governing rushing, and principally to foster a friendly and co-operative spirit among sororities. The Council sponsors various service pro- jects during the year and also takes part in community projects in which every sorority has a chance to participate. 37 Alpha Delta Pi Anderson Bowers Secretary Brandon Brooks Burgwyn Chandler Clarenbach Crawford Dance Dees Edmondson Fullton Hassell Haste Jennings Knott Lindeman McConaughy Norman Vice President Owens Shelburne Stockton Wells Welsh Treasurer Wendler West Whedbee Williams President 38 These moments to remember: speechless about new house — could anything be more fabulous?!? . . . " Unpleasant " takes on new meaning . . . Dees sings, " Happy Birthday " to darlin " chil ' . . . famous last words — " Who ' s going to Annapolis — Lane and Donna? " We set precedent — Erie and Pat McC. become honorary pledges . . . the deafening roar of wedding bells resounds . . . honorable custom of fantan revived . . . The Lizard Club met every week, with the High Potentate — greenest of all — presid- ing . . . Carolyn entertains with Elizabethean bal- lads . . . men prowl house in wee hours and horses carouse in driveway — huh, Stockton and Mary Jo?? ... Jo Anne took a long walk one Saturday night . . . Stephens takes fancy to Fire-eaters . . . Burgwyn yearns for tropical sun . . . Shirley, beloved presi- dent, assesses Chapter 204 dollars and 16 cents for plane ticket to Denver . . . McConaughy in hot water . . . M.M.M. and cohort " crash " Halloween party . . . Polly anticipates rural Thanksgiving . . . Ginny opens beauty salon in the house . . . Doctor orders Sue not to talk so much — try again, Doc! . . . unex- pected visitors cause Fullton to hide behind door . . . Mary Lou robs closets to raise cleaning com- mission . . . Marty ups phone bill by $40.00 . . . Cathy begs to practice-teach in Norfolk . . . knit one, purl two, Erma and Peter, yoo-hoo! . . . Janet burns flash-bulbs and studies teeth . . . Lindeman snows Annapolis . . . " Sherlock " Chandler and local policeman make long midnight search . . . Llew needs " hoperation on her doze " . . . Jennings — new fraternity fencing champ . . . Sisters Howard and West float on pink clouds and hear strains of Lohingrin . . . University of Richmond writes to inquire what kind of soap Julie uses . . . Owens mends clothes with liberal use of lace. Dick should have lovely trousseau!!! Jean wisely keeps mouth shut and we get nothing on her — smart gal! . . . Gayle takes weekend guest home to help redecorate dining room . . . great pledge class helped to make this year the best one yet . . . even greater year to .1 Alpha Delta Pi was founded nationally in 1851 at Wesleyan Female College in Macon and chartered at the University of North Carolina November 11, 1939. Her colors are blue and white and her flower the woodland violet. The publication of Alpha Delta Pi is The Adelphean. come: ALPHA DELTA PI PLEDGE CLASS Lejt to right. First row: O ' Donnell, Messer, Milham, Hofler, Schiltz. Second row: Huffman, Shaw, Johnson, Sherrod, Adams, Rountree, Holt, Burkhardt, Nicholson. Third row: Osborne, Hanser, House, Stallings, Pressley, Brown, Royster, Whitelay, Daughtridge, Fisher, Miller. Shirley Williams, President tOfi Trudy Lefler, President ALPHA GAMMA DELTA PLEDGE CLASS Left to right. First row: Sink, Webster, Trull, Meader. Second row: Percival, Somers, Carter, Webb, Fowler, Neisler, Smith, Blackwelder. Third row: Inman, Culbreth, Von Willa, Krafft, Atchison, McKnight, Clay, Straughn, Stalvey, Revelle. Alpha Gamma Delta was founded nationally in 1904 at Syracuse University, and chartered at the Univer- sity of North Carolina in 1945. Her colors are red, buff and green and her flowers, red and buff roses. The publication of Alpha Gamma Delta is The Quar- terly. " All work and no play " — but only for the first few days. Then the fun began — hectic rush parties, Ann Houghton here to guide our efforts from a national viewpoint, and twenty-two wonderful Alpha Gam pledges. Yes, " the little white house on the hill ' " had once again opened its doors to — Carpenter with her many trophies . . . Jane and her Colorado memories . . . Gillett ' s eyes sparkling as much as her new diamond . . . Collins and her sudden will to settle down for Bill . . . Barbara reading letters from Syracuse . . . " Blarney " , the transplanted Yankee . . . " Earthquake Newsy " and her exercises . . . Joyace, who ' s always so punctual . . . Smith, the executive type . . . Byerly and her never-ceasing chatter . . . Schatken with " little Al " . . . Sue Brock, who will soon exchange her pin for a diamond . . , Frances, " What ' s happening tonight, Girls? Volley- ball! " . . . Loretta making her daily jaunts from Mclver . . . Gwen with a new hair-cut . . . Ann Page practicing her nursing on us . . . Sarah and her baby- face, carrying her bromine-smelling lab coat . . . Marilyn with her mysterious allergy . . . Marie col- lecting her 20% cut of the sorority money . . . Trudy, " Ladies, will the meeting please come to order-order-ORDER! " . . . Carolyn wearing out the road to Raleigh . . . Jackie, our Miss Student Gov- ernment . . . Nola electing Ed as our official host . . . and Mrs. Patee, our beloved housemother, has seen us through it all. And so, with the many rush parties, dances, coffee breaks and fraternity parties, bridge games at midnight, and kitchen raids, another chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta life on " the Hill " comes to a close but — ' ' Friendship is the tie that binds us And it will last eternally, For dearest to our hearts are girls In our fraternity. " 40 1 Aldridge Blayney Byerly Carpenter Collins Crawford Frazier Gillett Vice-President Harvey Hatten Jones Lefler President Lemly McMahan Murray Newsome Secretary Page Reynolds Riley Rue Treasurer Schatken Smith 41 Anthony Baxley Bost Brown Chapin Divine Drake Funk Hackney Hafer Hammond Hartford Harvey Jones Lee LeGrande Lilly Vice-President Love McCord McGraw McKenzie McQueen Secretary Melton Morgan Morse Norman Owens Parker Ruffin President Seyffert Treasurer Shaw Shuford Sims Sink Summerell Suttle Tyler Walters Welch Williams Chi Omega 42 Jo Ruffin, President cm UMtGA PLEDGE CLASS Left to right. First row: Hudson, Craig, Chapin, Watkins, Purrington, Ruffin. Sec- ond row: Martoccia, Campbell, Saunders, Miller, Starling, Kirby, Brown. Third row: Johnson, Farrington, Westbook, Hannan, Bradford, Coe, Derr, Hightower, Bizzell, Norman, Brunson, Thompson. Chi Omega was founded nationally in 1895 at the University of Arkansas, and chartered at the Univer- sity of North Carolina January 20, 1923. Her colors are cardinal and straw and her flower is the white carnation. The publication of Chi Omega is The Eleusis. Song practice at 8 o ' clock in the morning . . . 9,999 balloons . . . dragging that bar around . . . decorations . . . grass seed . . . Sweet Sue . . . the outcome was 25 pledges, all wonderful. Whew! And so 56 starts off with a bang as hi-fi set blasts " My Fair Lady " and bridge games are all over the room. Kirksy ' s back, bigger than ever . . . Ruffin, the sleeping beauty, wields gavel and plans trips . . . Sara and her gun wake up like mad bull . . . Liz rocks with Chi . . . Shaw, the Lipson lady gets tapped . . . Polly always wants a cracker . . . Janet Johnson, our beauty queen . . . M-M-Margot ascends the ladder with an apple . . . Betsy doesn ' t cry over Onyans . . . Lady Hackney ' s here sometimes . . . Shuford chews fingernails and bubblegum . . . Dewey hobnobs with royalty . . . Hafer conducts modeling school . . . Matilda ' s breakfast cheer inspires all . . . Divine, the roadrunner, breaks speed barrier with activities . . . Ann Norman is due dividends on A and T . . . Hartford heads for Finley . . . Tillie becomes dairy queen . . . Cater, housed manager . . . Best doesn ' t reduce on Mebin toast . . . Pat and alvays de string of friends . . . Anne Melton sees ray of hope in social life . . . Hester sweats the working world . , . Seyf still running around in the little pink hat with ruffles and bow . . . Bobby is still a love . . . Joy votes for Truman every time . . . Belle hits a calm on the lee side of med school . . . Suttle isn ' t . . . Ellen pulls up chap- ter average . . . Funk is our chemist in residence . . . Kathy is out to make " le Grande " (fractured French). 43 Delta Delta Delta was founded nationally in 1889 at Boston University, and was chartered at the Univer- sity of North Carolina April 9, 1943. Her colors are silver, gold and blue and her flower is the pansy. The publication of Delta Delta Delta is The Trident. As we look backward to Pittsboro St., our year in broad scope we see here complete. Rush, then our pledges, projects galore, endless activities; each week saw more. Through the halls on a tour shows that third floor ' s most neat, the Shamrock and Rose Rooms where four cuties meet. Ann collects change for a fast Raleigh call. Petite Mary Ruth trills, " I LOVE it, y ' all. " Ginger ' s spare minutes are scarce free from a meeting. " Hey, you guys, " — yes, there ' s Sandra ' s known greeting. Donna and Sarah just can ' t keep it hidden: those diamonds meant business (and darned if they didn ' t!). The second floor phone rings and our pledges shout, " In room number one, are all three of them out? " There ' s Ida, the Sigma Chi ' s Sweetheart this year. Dede and her giggles — did they disappear? B.D. ' s in the library, not so unusual; that social hour daily, she drops in so casual. Room two has both Yankees, there ' s Dottie and Gwen — out-argue Lee Ann, " The South won ' t rise again! " Midnight lights in room three are an everyday hap; Martha balances books — papers spread on her lap. Weezie and Jo talk the night through, Ben ' s still in Virginia; Deluxe has troubles new. Mary Rhea ' s " anamule " shouts to room four; while Rachael does favors, Jones bub- bles full-score. Breece plans a fall hitching; Lib say time will tell. Minutes go with Miller, the cute Florence belle. Diana plans parties; Pat clutters their room with raquets and jodphurs, and Molly whose tune goes to " 01 Yankee Doodle " — and now for the gals who left us as pledges for permanent pals. There ' s Christy who lives in her cottage with Lee, and Ferrell Ann Harper, ' twas Curtis you see. They swap household hints and a frequent meal plan, but to us they give helps — how to get us a man. Carolyn and Cat hail from dear Chapel Hill; to- gether with Gobble they help us to fill the gaps that our inexperience left empty; without their advice our mistakes would be many. Obligations still pile to the sky, yes siree — to both Johns we can ' t give enough thanks, and now we must turn to Mrs. Gorman, as we have the year through ; her guidance has kept our Tri Delta skies blue. Now we bid fond adieu to our last favorite year, each day that we cherish with memories dear. DELTA DELTA DELTA PLEDGE CLASS Lejt to right. First row: Williford, Fowler, Ridley, Dawson. Second row: Lukens, Swaringen, Mayhue, Dickens, Corey, Garrou, Strickland. Third row: Milan, Walser, Wise, Connor, Meldahl, Sample, Mackay. Fourth row: Rush, Dillon, Butler, Crater, Robertson, Barnes, McClatchey, Doar, Patterson. Ida Robinson, President Delta Delta Delta Ashley A. Barber M. Barber Treasurer Bell Berryhill Brandt Breece Bryant Clark Curtis De Witt Floyd Gobble Green Hagood Harper Heinzen Holderness Jones Miller Secretary Mitchell Powell Pressly Ray Reece Robinson President Saunders Smith Spivey Williamson Willingham Wood Vice-President 45 Adkins Batten Black Dixon Gardener Garriss Heaton Hobeck Treasurer Hodgson Hosterman Humphrey President Jackson Lyon McCord Secretary Patterson Pickerrell Poteat Price Remig Vice-President Richardson Thompson Yelton Zwahlen ' .r ' f ' S B I 46 Behind the " Green Door " we lured Twenty-Three of the Greatest ... to join the hospitality that ' s in there ... we laugh a lot behind the Green Door . . . Adkins " The Strap " Taxi Service . . . Pee Wee ' s excursions at 10:00 P.M. . . . Nancy and the mat- tresses . . . " Mother Remig " and the pledges . . . Cater and the wallpaper man . . . " Lizard " and her masterpieces ... Jo and the " new wheels, " ' 56 variety . . . Nan vs. New Jersey " hood " styles . . . Evalyn fixes the plumbing . . . Marian ' s " How much will it cost? " . . . Rodent, " Miniature size, " causes panic . . . Sally Patterson ' s after-party phone calls . . . " Miss Monitor " and Charlie ' s Aunt . . . Sally Price and her K.D. bloomers . . . " We are the Sigmarettes, your favorite " . . . Peg burns the midnight oil over the Tar Heel . . . Carolyn borrows from Sundial garden . . . tapping for the " Vuglaries " . . . Mother Rouch and her " buds " . . . Jerry and the State Fair mud . . . " I ' m cute, but Mother dresses me funny " . . . Marcia ' s sur-sies, " Have some candy " . . . Bobbie, chief cook and bottle washer . . . " Florida or bust " via yellow " A " Model . . . Santa at the Oxford Orphanage . . . Judy and " Hi Ho Silver " . . . Linda and the clean-up details . . . Little Lulu fails to wipe out Maryland . . . Martha returns from extended Grand Tour . . . traces of Thomas Wolfe found again . . . Tom and Francis " Garson-bus " . . . " Send ' em Home War- riors " . . . two lonely angels in K.D. Hades . . Mag- gie and the Toll House cookies . . . Sally Price, Gail, and Bev return to the wilderness across the way . . . Dickey, our " New Orleans Woman " . . . Mrs. Graham, our guardian angel, and the many things that we ' ll remember when we leave the Green Door behind. Kappa Delta was founded nationally in 1897 at Long- wood College, Farmville, Virginia, and chartered at the University of North Carolina May 22, 195L Her colors are green and white and her flower is the white rose. The publication of Kappa Delta is The Angelas. KAPPA DELTA PLEDGE CLASS Left to right. First row: Jackson, Parshley, Barnes, Eller, Ledford, Killian. Second row: Riciiards, McKinnon, Patten, Lyon, Whittaker, Payne, Honey. Third row: Potter, Allen, Graham, Simpson, Dougherty, Moore, Stephens, Webster, Cupp. Peg Humphrey, President Ooo % ,K ' 9ifii d ' ' » PI BETA PHI PLEDGE CLASS Left to right. First row: Warburton, Haithcock, Davis, Gregory, Hastings, Dennis, Clark. Second row: Sawyer, Fenwick, Peter, van Weyk, Corr, Garvin, Shaw, Wilson, Donald, Ackerson. Third row: Britt, Spruill, Carpenter, Madison, Segraves, Saun- ders, Llewellyn, Kell. Whitehurst, Fagan, Head. Dot Greulach, President Pi Beta Phi was founded nationally in 1867 at Mon- mouth College, Monmouth, Illinois, and chartered at the University of North Carolina in 1923. Her colors are wine and silver-blue and her flower is the wine carnation. The publication of Pi Beta Phi is The Arrow. On September 10, 1956, the Arrow guided the little Pi Phi ' s back to 109 Hillsboro St. and into rush. The chartreuse hall developed painting talent . . . Hump, the " Black Cloud, " used new tech- nique . . . Val led us in cheers as we welcomed the greatest pledge class ever, 28 . . . the rotation worked wonders! . . . the rug remained spotless and the grass even grew . . . time had come to study so we went to the " School House " . . . Ash and Suitt de- clared war on lizards . . . Hall and Happy went ATO . . . Dot made faux-pas and caused chaos . . . Homecoming, " Let ' s be original " . . . Grace was campused . . . Margie awarded new title, " Lady of the Lake " ... Pi Phi ' s went politicing, Bobbitt led the party . . . Orientator Annette kept us organized. So went the fall . . . F. Walker had no place to park " Windy " . . . Helen developed musical talent while the six in the suite got no sleep ... we woke up in time to vacate for Thanksgiving . . . Camie and Mary Lou sang " My Old Kentucky Home " . . . house divided, Florida or New York? . . . back in time for more gaiety during pledge weekend . . . Sharon took " big step " in December . . . Christmas was followed all too soon by exams . . . Beth and friend conducted " studies " . . . Pat and Marie made A ' s in Flicks 56 . . . Sugar rounded the " block " . . . Mickey Mouse Club gained new members. And then it was spring . . . Shipley, aided by six moving vans, left the single ranks in February . . . our friends, the Phi Delts, supervised fire-drills . . . French and Slichter complained of noise — must have been Cronan and Lewis trying to get out of the " Midget Closet " . . . Shalibo bankrupted P.O. . . . Neltie lost the front door key . . . Chapter meet- ing held at Wrightsville . . . B. J. overdrew at bank . . . Ruth and Danny finally fitted in . . . Little lost hair-dryer — Could it have been in Fou-Fou ' s black bag? . . . Mena Way and Ann formed hiking club . . . Mrs. Babcock remained sweet and patient as ever, even with the " kitchen raiders " . . . Lucie and Donnie kept us laughing even during final exams . . . but sounds of " Ring-Ching " brought tears to our eyes as we left, knowing " the Arrow " will always point high. 48 Ashley Bobbin BrinckerhofF Buie Cronan Secretary Crossland Dudley French Goodwyn Greulach President Hall Hastings Humphrey Lewis Little Maddison Treasurer Marsh Miller Moore Niven Sanders Shalibo Shipley Slichter Slalvey Staub Stokes Suitt von Ammon Walker Vice-President Warrington Watson Williams Woodruft Pi Beta Phi 49 Chi Psi ' s illustrate that characteristic for which most UNC fraternities and sororities are known — a good party. TJ f% t€n utce4. IFC Court members are, sealed, Pete Killinger; Jerry Oppen- heimer. Chairman; Jay Walker; Cleon Sanders; Chuck May; stand- ing, Joe Walser and Don Evans. Inte rfra te mi ty This year the IFC co-sponsored an Errol Garner of its most successful years. Under the capable leadership of Ed Hudgins, the IFC has sought to raise the standards of scholarship, brotherhood, and character necessary to any worthy fraternity. Greek Week, featuring a pledge banquet, exchange dinners, an afternoon of constructive work in the community, and interfraternity competition in a carnival and athletics, was again very successful. This year the IFC co-sponsored an Errol Garner concert, the proceeds going to a Chapel Hill charity. The IFC, an organization composed of two mem- bers from each social fraternity, was founded to govern all social fraternities, to study their prob- lems, and to promote co-operation among its twenty- four components. The IFC conducts the very exten- sive rushing program and publishes a book, given to all freshmen boys interested in fraternity life, which explains rush and its rules, lists each fra- ternity and its members, and gives a short history of each chapter. IFC Executive Committee mem- bers are Dave Ward, Vice-Presi- dent; Ed Hudgins, President; Gordon Darnell, Secretary; Bill Redding, Treasurer; Jerry Oppen- heimer. Court Chairman. Ed Hudgins, President 1 Council Fraternity pledges work together on a community project during IFC-sponsored Greek Week. First Row: Bill Morgan, Bob Demaree, Tate Robertson, Jim Kimzey, John Kridel, Bob Hornik, Dave Lieberman, Chuck May, Dick Sirkin. Second Row: Mebane Pritchett, Henry Harriss, Allie Hutchinson, Jim Harrill, Denny McCoy, Don McMillan, Joe Callicott, Bob Ferrell, George North, Cleon Sanders, Tom Rand, Jerry Oppenheimer. Third Row: Lee Kenan, Ed Hudgins, Keith Palmer, Gordon Darnell, Smith Bradfield, Bill Redding, David Sloan, Claude Plumlee, Bob Stapleton, Roy Wood, Dick Planer, Nick Fisher, Jon Dawn, Bill Sugg, Quincy Ayscue, Gene Whitehead, Leo Phelan, Herman Godwin, Pete Killinger, Dave Ward, Tucker Yates. 53 Alpha Tau Omega Bell Branham Cagle Childs Creighton Treasurer Dryfoos Haig Huntley Vice-President Jackson Johnson Kelly Kenan Malone Miller Preston Secretary B. Rand J. Rand Sanders President Sparrow Stack Upchurch Wardrup Yancey Yates 54 Sandy Sanders President ALPHA TAU OMEGA PLEDGE CLASS First tow: Robinson, Rand, Draughon, Reeder, Butler, Harris, Marley, Davidian. Second row: Crutchfield, Raney, Bossong, Abernathy, Holmes, Howerton, Pittman, Adams. Third row: Simpson, Boden, Wallace, Carr, Suttle, Champlin, McLean, McCracken. Fourth row: McCollum, Robertson, Everett, Street, Jordan, Eagles, Burgwyn, Stone, Fisher. The national fraternity of Alpha Tau Omega was founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1865, and the local chapter was established fourteen years later, in 1879. The official publication of Alpha Tau Omega is The Palm, and its colors are azure and gold. ' 56 and the troops are back — minus privates McCuz and " ' Bout 4 Times Howard " . . . gridiron glory for Muschamp and " Johnny " Droze . . . " the Mooses are coming, friend " . . . Chapter Meeting at the Malbourne . . . rushing again, " Didn ' t we do it? " . . . Fatback going after Cathedral of Paris for Notre Dame game . . . Paps with the hots . . . Sam and Fats give great Germans . . . depinning sere- nades . . . Christmas party — Who ' s the new Santa? . . . Skinny playing, " Oh! My Lung ' s Got A Hole In It " . . . Preston had a date . . . Hawk bought some books — exams must be coming . . . here they are; no rest for the wicked . . . Thursday, get Ace ' s bed ready — chains in place? . . . the hair jar ' s half full now, all the cats in Carrboro . . . Winter Germans and Pledge Weekend, blasting like ExLax . . . Mason and his horse, hmmmmmm . . . Kelley ' s still at it . . . " Lock the door, here they come " . . . Reve- nuers are after Creighton . . . Slash gets TV award . . . " Black, you told her yet? " . . . Friendly Frank — commuter from Hogan ' s . . . get that intramural trophy ... " ' Bout that time " . . . Dr. Bob ' s anxious . . . here we go again . . . let ' s have another year like this one . . . " See Ya, Bo! " 55 i 1 kl -Jw m Ji iJSl y u L a Wml •1 ■ ii{ ■ " ■ jk - VV i A .1 « T i 1 HKjJI ' P I , ♦ " KjiiNiH I Bhr .rfA ' «c; .- •■(( w BHK% " ' • Miami University was the site of the founding of Beta Theta Pi in 1939. The local chapter was estab- lished in 1852. The official publication is the Beta Theta Pi, and the colors are blue and pink. The rose is the flower of Beta Theta Pi. Old Beta House begins year with new look, new spirit . . . alumni come through — save day . . . rush? — I ' ll say! — 24 of campus best join clan to rule Brown . . . house buys 28-inch TV for Beam — nearsighted, you know . . . city and parking com- mission ask Santa Beta for " little bit of ground " . . . poor man ' s Abe Lincoln pays visit — leaves . . . dating increases — meals improve . . . Flick team makes poor showing at start but improves as season progresses . . . many last calls for beah as seven-up machine succeeds in breaking coke monopoly . . . Pipkin ' s date puts blazer to interesting and unusual use in center of living room . . . Motormouth McColl installs private den (Mirror, Mirror on the wall) . . . Wooglin and Fullosh smile on each other . . . The Mole opens eyes long enough to find he ' s been dropped from Y-Court top 20 . . . Callicott begins getting date for ' 58 Spring Germans . . . Gay finds cat in bed Fall Germans — any comment? . . . Luigi, back from the old country, finds olive-drab com- plexion very ivy . . . Wanted: one hook and ladder truck on third deck — Bender wants to go to bed . . . meanwhile Mother Murray buys new rug for trophy room . . . Sambo goes bad on word — remains 59 — but agrees that Eta came through in ' 56; " Ahere ya cluckin ' kid. Right? Right! " BETA THETA PI PLEDGE CLASS First row: Mathias, Hewitt, Dugan, Mills, Williams, Wilson. Second row: Stoner, Jenkins, Hager, Liipfert, Pipkin. Third row: Rogers, Price, Deal, Bonner, Lawing, Trotter. Fourth row: Kerr, Purnell, Campbell, Cunningham, Crum, Guiles. Hugh McColl, President 05 Baldridge Bender Brandner Secretary Bray Brown Vice-President Callicott Gay Glenn Guiles Liipfert Lohr Maness May H. McColl President K. McColl Murray Treasurer Neller D. Patterson J. Patterson Quails Ramsey Ratcliffe Shuford Williams 57 Archer B. Burbridge H. Burbridge Collison Vice-President Graver Garrell Goldsmith Holt President Hunter Inman Kenan Lewis Malone Moise Partridge Purks Secretary Rattay Ross Smith Snipes Chi Phi 58 Alpha Alpha of Chi Phi began another successful year with hard work in preparation for Rush Week. The pledge class — one of the best . . . " Ace " , Big Joe, Somers and his satellites; Mort, " Diddle " and many et ceteras. Football games . . . parties at Turner ' s followed. Beat Dook Party ... we won the float contest! Judy, WOW! — our queen in the Yack Court. " Hemman " Lewis makes the legislature. Phil, the chameleon, bows out. Jim Purks, " Who are we committed to this time? " Burbridge, B., the Omega, does every- thing as usual. " The Blot " strikes again. Ford, " ye eternal pledge " . . . Flash flashes. Edwards and Shirley make with mad clearwater. Annual Christ- mas party for the orphans . . . Collie — " no sixteen- year-old this year? " Stew honeymooning in Nassau. Pledge weekend at Washington Duke. Toga party — my girl in a sheet? Comes the Spring, beach parties . . . beer, orange blossom . . . Hogan ' s . . . " Hey, they have a special at the Rock Pile. " Comes gradu- ation, " Uncle " takes his toll . . . summer school takes the rest. The national chapter of Chi Phi was founded at Princeton University in 1824, and locally in 1858 and 1922. Its colors are scarlet and blue, and the publication is the Chi Phi Chakett. CHI PHI PLEDGE CLASS First tow: Tatum, Nykopp, Bish, Southern, Riley. Second row: Jarrell, Somers, Dowdle, Thompson, Gilliam, Guthrie. Third row: Breeland, Cole, Phinizy, Creek- more, Grant, Stevens, Hale, Haire, Willoughby. Allen Holt, President V ff « « • Nick Fisher, President CHI PSl I ' LLUGE CLASS First row: Harris, Livingood, S. Myers, Saintsing, Lowe, MendenhaU. Second row: Schwerzel, D. Myers, Jackson, Myse, Marks, Craver, Adams, Honeycutt. The national chapter of Chi Psi was founded at Union College in 1841, and locally in 1855. The publications are the Purple and Gold and The Sigma Scroll, and its colors are purple and gold. Silent Sam answers telephone . . . Pultz — captain of the 2nd floor head — " Third floor boys go home! " . . . Craig sucks up on TV Westerns — " Pure blimey, old chap! " . . . ace mural teams under sportsman Bushby ( " Love, Myrtle " ) . . . " Winter houseparties in Bermuda, sports cars in the way of polo ponies roaming the Chipsi ranch, Fe-Fe ' s $5,000 scholar- ship to Oxford " . . . Turner and his 10 12 birthday on 12 10. " Anybody seen my Sunday School Tiines? " — Bryant . . . Sigma men get South Caro- lina ' s Alpha Beta off to a good start despite Dan- nenbaum and Marks — " Go to it, Stevo! " . . . Moses leads Exodus out of lodge — (Sowers?) . . . Sigma ' s greatest loss — Kil to Parris Island . . . " Child " Biren . . . Long hugs floor boards at night . . . poor man ' s Steve Canyon — Keller . . . McCall gets name down campus (as far as SPE house) . . . Beak about to flunk out . . . Executive Committee sponsors sleep- ing porch party . . . firecracker fines . . . most active active — Clarence ... " I wanna nitchel for a ho-ho! " . . . famous last words — " That tree won ' t hit that boxwood! " . . . under B.D.M.O.C. Gedney (Chief Bwana — Mayor of the Congo Room) full social schedule . . . while Lump helps Burge (Chi Psi ' s answer to gas warfare) keep the money coming in and going out (mostly the latter!) . . . Runny butt, the Weary Traveler — vacation in N. Y., home in L.A., Xmas cards from Texas — " Oh, get serious! " ... all kinds of home-made cliches — " tromodge! " — " hume " — " Oh good grief, Charlie Brown! " . . . Lasagna — " My noses itches " . . . the newest Chas. R. . . . Smothers and his Mad letters . . . " Peel me a grape " . . . more pledges . . . Roger and Ellie fight off the females . . . " Laughing Boy " Gorman pays double room rent . . . under Thumper ' s barf regime yams voted out, pinto beans almost go . . . best year ever under King Fisher and wife . . . and above it all our ever-lovin ' fine-feathered housemother yell- ing " Up yo ' leg! " 60 Ashby Biren Bryant Vice-President Burgess Treasurer Coolman Crawford Darmstatter Edwards Eidson Fisher President Gedney Gorman Hall Harwood Hunnicutt Huntington Jacobus Johnson Keller Kilpatrick Lasley Lavergne Lewis Long Lowry McCall Marks Secretary Parks Pultz Reaves Smothers Sowers Sugg Turner Chi Psi 61 Delta Kappa Epsilon Adams Ashford Atkinson Bell President Borden Cobb Gardner Hartzog Hayes Hilliard Kester Leggett Miller Moore Morris Palmer B. Patrick T. Patrick Pearsall Pender Pickard Ragsdale Raines Secretary C. Rand T. Rand Raugh Roberts Shelly H. Shuford S. Shuford Smith Speir Walker Ward Treasurer Watson Weaver Vice-President Whitaker ZoUicoffer 62 Larry Bell, President DELTA KAPPA EPSILON PLEDGE CLASS First row: Jester, Pearsall, Cochrane, Sack, Simms. Second row: Palmer, Crow, Lockett, Pfingst. Third row: Shepard, Stoker, Schenck, Hicks, McMillon, Webb, Blanton. Delta Kappa Epsilon was founded nationally at Yale University in 1844, and the local chapter was estab- lished in 1851. Delta Kappa Epsilon publishes quar- terly its official magazine, entitled The DEKE Quar- terly, and the national colors are scarlet, azure, and old gold. As Beta Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon cele- brated its 106th year here on the UNC campus, the men in the chapter caused it to be another highly successful one. This year the flick team was in the capable hands of Panda— with Pearsall, the elder, and Diddy as his lieutenants. Shell, Weaver, and Possum were noted for their fine team play on the intramural teams, while Zog and Mozell were standouts. Hose went down the long, rough road of dating four to five evenings weekly along with Mule, The Earl, and several other local lovers. The Bad Admiral and Smashford did wonders in maintain- ing somewhat a semblance of order in their roles as housemothers. Poker, week-end bouts at Virginia, the beaches, and lost week-ends at Chapel Hill threatened to annihilate grades; but somehow every- one survived and seventeen new faces came in to see what life is like at college for the first time. Motor- cycles hit an all-time high in popularity as both Healy and Staches cruised about the Hill on them — other aspects of racing this year: Zeb, Legs, and the Bat built a race track on the Pi Phi front lawn, while Chip made several nightly " tours " around the campus. Then all of a sudden it was June and every- one wondered where the year had gone. 63 Delta Upsilon was founded at Williams College in 1834, and the local chapter in 1953. The Delta Upsilon Quarterly is its publication, and the colors are sapphire blue and old gold. Wedding bells took an unexpected toll, and we returned to the Hill without a treasurer. We also returned to a new house — had to learn how to live in a residential section again, and found that scrap- ing and painting goes faster when a phonograph is playing full blast. The house came out a conventional white with green shutters, but the artist element in the house pushed for a " different " color for the fire escape . . . red, red and white stripes, polka dots and even plaid were suggested at various times, with the con- servatives always holding their own . . . the fire escape continued to serve as Guy ' s bed until the weather turned cold . . . In spite of continual comment from his cynical roomy. Bob let Thelma lead him the way of the center aisle, and Jim V. continued commuting to Baltimore regularly . . . there were weekends when everybody scattered to Mary Washington, William and Mary, Greensboro and other places of personal interest . . . Treasurer Jim M. keeping a silent record of when everybody ' s check arived from home or Uncle Sam . . . did Charlie really bleed printer ' s ink? . . , always confusion with names — Bobs and Jims all over the place . . . speculation on whether or not our perennial pledge would ever be initiated . . . Tom C. coming in at night dead tired after a hard day over his favorite cadaver . . . And there were parties . . . the first at homecom- ing and regularly thereafter . . . homecoming seems the most riotous . . . the Castle and the inevitable morning after . . . beach parties and Hogan ' s . . . and always incidents . . . Geiger making like a cross- country star, properly clad for the sport and trotting up Franklin Street . . . Roy ' s words of wisdom and Gerry ' s " KNOCK IT OFF! I ' M STUDYIN ' ! " . . . quiet hours and a return to the high place scho- lastically . . . Ernst ' s all-night sessions on aviation . . . Andy and Jim V. conversing in chemical formulas . . . Willy and everybody else getting fat on Percy ' s cooking three times a day — and after Willy worked so hard to lose weight . . . Jim V. ' s hot plate and waffle iron within convenient reach of his bunk . . . Charlie ' s month-old fruit cake . . . Don and Jim A. ' s mighty efforts to blow every fuse in the house . . . how many accessories can be tied to three sockets? i DELTA UPSILON PLEDGE CLASS First row: Shaparil, Tyndall, Wilson. Second row: Dalton, Leonard, Vanore. Bob Hice, President Armstrong Boudreau Vice-President Butler Ellis Secretary Hice President Kemm McCauley Menzel Treasurer Sloan Vance Wood Delta Upsilon 65 8 -Si Ayscue Barrington Blackwelder Bostic Bowles Christian Cole Connell Cowan Dockery Fitts Flack Fuller Treasurer Guy Hale Secretary Hudson Jolly Lyon McCormick Mclnnis Mclver Mitchell Newsome President Rechholtz Shinn Staton Steele Vice-President Tharrington Upton Usina Wilson 66 Things have settled down after rushing and the Maryland game. We got the best pledges on campus. The credit goes to Zorah Flack. The fellows have been right human through it all, excepting Black- welder. Thad Bostic and Gay Cowan moved across from the 3D house. " Gimme one " Upton and Lee Lyon (he peeps in bridge) moved also. Quincy Ayscue has been limping all year, except when he beat three brothers to a seat beside a girl in the dining room. We are happy to have the usual celebrities, such as the " Fastest Fat Man Alive " and the only female 1 in the history of the Order. Staton continues to serve IT up, and McCormick dines in utter bliss. Harry Steele isn ' t pushing the new pledges around — wonder why! Financial crises arise and " Nero " Fuller meets them ! On the athletic front KA lost its share of contests. Captain Fitts is on his way to a perfect season, with Carl Fabend a unanimous choice for All-Touch. " Rock " Hudson tried to hit a stationary ball at Finley; result, whiff! With cards in the limelight Jim Cole turned the colors of the spectrum when Sam Guy gobbled the " big ten. " Maybe it isn ' t sport, but " Possum " Usina has a new game called " kitten, kitten, who ' s got the kitten? " Ray New- some finally topped the Fox on the links. But Sly ' s propaganda was so far advanced no one will be- lieve it. Halloween and elections are approaching. Sen- ator Barrington is stumping, and Bill Christian and Ray Jolly working overtime devising pranks. Jim Dockery is an authority on the cowboy vote. Ricky " Rat " Rechholtz is going to vote for Charles Atlas. Maryland weekend saw many things straightened out. Mac Mclnnis says Terrapins aren ' t slow. Charley Bowles has no comment, and I won ' t awaken T. C. Homesley for his opinion. Word spread of a cock fight downstairs, but it was only " Ace " Council dancing. " Mystic Wizard " Hale and his stooge, Harold Tharrington, rule the third deck. Jerry Shinn is the brain behind the second deck. We all sleep better knowing Tom Mclver is guarding our country, and Doug Wilson is quickly getting tar on his heels. The national chapter of Kappa Alpha was founded at Washington and Lee University in 1865, and locally in 1881. The colors are crimson and old gold, and the flowers are the magnoHa and the crimson rose. Its publication is the Kappa Alpha Journal. KAPPA ALPHA PLEDGE CLASS First row: Reynolds, Highsmith, Bardin, Steele, Palmer, Fitzgerald. Second row: Lefler, Anderson, Dorroh, Plyler, Wohlbroch, McGee, Embry, Post. Third row: Shields, Smith, Murray, Clark, M. Palmer, Kauanagh, Howe, Lowe, Young. Ray Newsome, President ■1 ml 1 B-m } ■mr s ,.§ f ' f [Mj I? If I " f % UM vi Keith Palmer, President KAPPA SIGMA PLEDGE CLASS First row: Cope, Clark, Fraiser. Second row: Finegan, Shaw, Hardy, Gibbons, Thompson, Shook. Third row: Johnston, Happer, Wright, Furr, Ballew, Griffin. Kappa Sigma was founded nationally at the Univer- sity of Virginia in 1869, and the local chapter in 1893. Its colors are scarlet, white and emerald green, and the flower is the lily of the valley. The Kappa Sigma publications are The Caducaeus and The Star and Crescent. Married men Henley and " Rommel " moving out for Raleigh . . . you can do anything but don ' t step on Robert ' s green suede teeth . . . Johnston up at 5:00 A.M. and off to golf course and nine holes before breakfast . . . " Dudas " flying to San Diego for weekend . . . " Stanley Home " Price and his vitamin pills . . . " Punchy " Jenkins and his war stories, yearning for Korea . . . Bozie Lee hunting for more " tri-diddy " stickers . . . " Hog Buddy " searching for runt girl to start a race of midgets . . . " No bears, " says Wray, " We ' ll get a combo yet. " . . . " H-H-Hey C-C-Chris! Are you always so sm-sm-smooth? " " Peter Paul " goes to sleep at the wheel and buys three cars . . . Patton and Patrick get three hour leave from wives to come to house . . . Brothers puzzled about Palmer ' s weekend excursions . . . " Wild Boy " Michael meets cute coed and settles down . . . " Moose " handsomest man in house again this year . . . Brice and his brown Ford with duals and Colarado tags . . . " What ' s on the half-and-half, Jim? " . . . Gibbons pouring over chem books again . . . " Turn down that hi-fi, Marshall! " . . . " Baby Hal " takes off for Raleigh in middle of week . . . Wright gets another dedication from " Our Best to You " . . . " Old Man " Shook batting over .333? . . . Pritchett and the " Bad Seed " . . . " Skip ' s " in solid at D. C. . . . " Balloon " is in a quiet room listening to his beard grow . . . " Freddy Frat " likes Miss Rhode Island but steps out just the same . . . " Ninnies " Yowell last seen on way to moon . . . " Cat " talks with fingers in mouth . . . Caleb (my son) expecting in June . . . " Buzzard " dates in pick-up truck . . . Bynum and Wills clear out room to study . . . " Gustave " off to Mary Baldwin for weekend . . . " Jock " Butler back in saddle . . . " Sweets " Spillane, professional student, back for another year. 68 ■ Kappa Sigma Badgett Booth Vice-President Bynum Coyle Harriss Henley Holt Johnson Maddox Treasurer Michael Oakley Palmer President Petty Roberts Steward Sutton Secretary Tart Wells Wray Yowell 69 Ballis Barber Berryhill Clark Fair Ferrell Geddie Graham Green Harrington President Johnson Lashley Love Matthews Newton Secretary North Vice-President Parham PhilUps Sherrill Twisdale Yeapanis Treasurer 70 f€a fJdl » ii ? .A Jfril tf " fl Bob Harrington, President LAMBDA CHI ALPHA PLEDGE CLASS First row: Fields, Whitly, Mulieri, Maydanis, Tolin. Second row: Callahan, Arnold, Howerton, Dries, Davalos, Kaloyannides. Third row: Teague, Beaver, Gilliam, Wilber, White, Koontz, Moss, Read. Amidst falling plaster, wet paint, sticky wall- paper, and a new bar, we based our hopes on many new pledges . . . Stewart stood on the corner waiting for Clarabell to date him again and Cloudy Fair forsook his " Book of Knowledge " for love . . . Arnold took the " Out to Lunch " award for the year . . . Harrington gave up Student Politics for more time with Melba . . . " PAX " . . . Yeapanis bit the dust when Pat appeared at the football game with a date . . . North is still struggling to get organized . . . Newton stepped out of the library to say hello . . . Ballis camped out on the Sundial awaiting " Sally Sorrell " while " Blue " Berryhill snowed her . . . Ferrell forsakes " Lizard " for " Three Deltas " . . . Mulieri dons blackshirt while Howerton lends that Continental Air . . . Phillips signed " Sincerely Frank " . . . Koontz dated a Queen . . . brothers eyes bulge and GREEN DOOR gave way to Elvis while Read played James Dean . . . Johnson, Ferrell, and Kaleyo take coffee breaks at Rockpile with Alpha Gams . . . Wig saw Hope and smiled, while Whitley exclaimed, " Ain ' t I Hell? " . . . White told the " Isralites and Forty Bears " story . . . Green married Toby . . . Maydine remained the " Unsung Hero " . . . Gilliam trips and falls hard at Averett and John asked Jerry for her pin — KD that is . . . Beaver roared like a lion and left town for two weeks . . . while Graham worked with " Annie, " Newton and Yeapanis danced . . . Earls became " porkey " and Matthews recited " Hounddog " with bumps and grinds at Phi Meeting . . . Ronnie stole a shirt and Love lost Vanderbilt Millions through Frued . . . " Fields so Good " . . . Sherrill plows road to W. C. . . . Spearlbaum turned bootlegger . . . Ballis takes shortcut to Smith, decides to stay . . . Johnson brings date to house and was embarrassed . . . Geddie got confused when Lambda Chi ' s entertained Spencer Love . . . Callahan disappears for a week . . . Kaloynadies plays the part of Snowman, but ends up with a " Shaver " for a date . . . Landreth caught hell . . . Moss bums drinks as usual . . . Hoyle is foiled again on trying to pin his girl with a pledge pin ... as graduation approaches, we leave, saying, " Carry on, Pledges! " Lambda Chi Alpha was founded nationally at Boston University in 1909, and locally in 1926. The Cross and Crescent is the official publication of Lambda Chi Alpha. The flower is the white rose, and its colors are purple, green and gold. 71 The national fraternity of Phi Delta Theta was founded at Miami University of Ohio in 1848, and locally in 1885. The Scroll and The Palladium are the official publications of Phi Delta Theta. Its colors are white and blue, and the official flower is the white carnation. Let ' s go back now: Meb presides and checks color chart: was that Betsy I saw today ' . . . Grif trains pledges and leads cross-country: Buie, Oh Buie . . . Mamma Martin watches half-pennies and holds to remnants of reputation . . . M-M-M-Moe comes around house . . . Tuh-huh runs Heels, but caught from behind in Richmond . . . Brenner gets back into swim and Greg goes to grammar school as both disappear . . . Oggie continues Phi tradition in pool — get loose one time . . . Lew says, " Take your time, boys " — get cool one time . . . Alkie tries again with extra-curriculars: " Thank goodness it ' s Martini, " and Bluth is seen on soccer field at breathless inter- vals between meetings . . . Zeke finds sweet old- fashioned girl but retains devilish horns and con- siders pole-vaulting . . . Goot-head still clutching to once-misplaced pin and Baxter still wishing he could get one, while Galen ears serenade and gets only two letters a day . . . " Brooks, where are you? " . . . Hamster gets plumper nibbling about in fabulae Ford . . . " Ball, ' ja Buster? " . . . Hawkeye buys toy car so he can be smooth alone . . . Goose becomes extrovert . . Shiny tries to learn words to " Dixie " . . . the Hood continues pursuit of popular HoUins girl, but Bird gets divorced and goes to Averett . . . Cloudy shines among Booters and writes letters, letters, letters . . . Moon continues dry-cleaning dynasty and has date . . . ah — Slippery — with family call: " Phikeia! " . . . Freud gripes about money, Navy, girls . . . Spaniel backs into pretty peach with sugar and cream . . . Gawnky just gawnks . . . Blume studies birds, bees, poetic romances . . . Cutchins goes Phi Delt and ain ' t bein ' cruel, you hear . . . Weaver in the mornin ' . . . Epps exposed to daylight, then vanishes again. Ma is Housemother of Year, bless her . , . Reet; " How ' s your old ? " (lovely, lovely, lovely), and alumni still coming back . . . three more Phi Etes, three Phi Betes, three sports captains, seven Moreheads, and the usual top pledge class. PHI DELTA THETA PLEDGE CLASS First row: Bradley, Pittman, H. Harris, Little, Claytor, B. Harris. Second row: Smith, Glascock, Congdon, Poole, Weaver, Andrews, Amos. Mebane Prilchett, President Phi Delta Theta Barks Blume Brenner Gates Cherry Cooper Cushman Cutchin Darnell Davis Deans Eaves Secretary Epps Floyd Grifiin Hobbs Hogaboom Killinger Krcpp McDaniel Martin Treasurer Millen Patteson Poole Pritchett President Reston Sutton Vice-President Weaver Williams Phi Gamma Delta Boyette Byrum Recording Secy. Capps Connor Treasurer Cowan Exum Farmer Griffin Hare Haste Hendren Herring Lassiter McLean Corres. Secretary Merritt Myatt Owens Pitt Redding Roper Sloan Tayloe Venters Walser President 74 .rA. Another great year underway, Epsilon ' s 105th . . . saddles are empty again — ask Hare . . . Lynch back, but without " Dill " . . . " Blip " in fifth year . . . " Tank " made it . . . McClean sacked . . . " Lord " Andrew no longer " running ' em " . . . Connor ' s bills, very popular . . . the " Bear " returns from Mexico . . . Haste gets his Thanksgiving . . . Brawl at School House, Foxy victim . . . Redding tries hard to get pinned . . . Wonder of wonders! Fijis win scho- lastic cup . . . Venters loses T-Bird, gets " shot " . . . Flash! Very unusual! Towe seen at Tempo Room . . . Hendren ' s voice, will it never change? . . . aristocratic Capps talks of Harvard . . . " Comando " Cowan, pledge trainer, tougher than Drew . . . John Keais " sweats " blind date . . . Phelps " lingers " awhile . . . " Barrel " finds a friend — Shoemate . . . former failure Exum makes Dean ' s List . . . " Ma " Mengle, after weathering first year storm, is back for more . . . Pitt becomes dissipated . . . " Hey, Paul, better make that two half and half scrambled. " Phi Gamma Delta was founded nationally at Wash- ington and Jefferson College in 1848, and the local chapter was established in 1851. The official flower of Phi Gamma Delta is the purple clematis, and the fraternity color is royal purple. The publication is The Phi Gamma Delta. PHI GAMMA DELTA PLEDGE CLASS First row: Greene, Smith, Futado, Venters, Morris. Second row: Madison, Thomas, Matthews, Spain, McCain, Utley. Third row: Knott, Anderson, Campen, Denmark, Daniel, McAlUster, Patterson. Joe Walser, President Eci Willinghani. President PHI KAPPA SIGMA PLEDGE (:L SS Seated: Harkey, Knox. Hawkins, Sutorius, Davis, Everett, Mitchell, Smith. Stand- ing: Shoaf. Parramore, Menke, Newton, Sarsfield, Aman, Marnane, Williamson, Proescher, Steele. The University of Pennsylvania was the site of the founding of Phi Kappa Sigma nationally in 18.S0. The official publications of the fraternity are the Phi Kappa Sigma Newsletter and Lambda Life. The colors are black and old gold, and the yellow chrys- anthemum is the official flower. Snuggled close to a judicial hotbed, the Phi Kaps breathed a hundred years of perfumed alcohol on campus. Witnessing a conventional atmosphere, " Myronius " moved to " Sunny Dell Acrids " while " Shanter " took up residence at " Michael ' s Pent- house " . . . Denni was seen trying to ride radio while Walt was pushing motor . . . " The Hair " and " Duff " still bereaved over loss of titillating Carr- boro lass . . . Creem still skirting about in " V Bug " . . . " Goat " gives snide grin when " Chipp Bros. " comes to Hill . . . " Shadow " readily decreasing sup- ply of hot dogs at " Mouza " . . . " Broadus " and " Ham " seen running the 220 in 8 minutes Hat . . . " Ollie " dishing out much nectar . . . " Fuzzy " runs out of vitamins at crucial moment . . . " Tank " still in daze; that goes for Harkey, also . . . " Son Reece " greets brother home from wars . . . Arab falls from Camel while eating dates . . . " Mullet " tipping the scales at a cool 300 lbs. . . . " Les " and Semour fight- ing over family buggy . . . " Sister Boy " consoles third Hoor . . . Edna top girl . . . " Bimbo " still look- ing for date to last year ' s house party . . . Tau shot out of saddle by " Westeon " . . . Mel still dreaming of past conquests . . . Cris looses grip at strategic point . . . " Coathanger " blessed with little " Clothes- pins " . . . Toad seeks unemployment compensation for holidays . . . " Mouse " meets female roomy at embarrassing moment . . . " Tex " drinks Scotch with " Avogadro ' s Number " . . . " Jake Mon " goes mute for weekend . . . " Abba " sweats Picasso and da Vinci . . . " Muff " gets pinned, but not for long . . . Terry out of action for good? . . . " Rollo " and " Chin " have taken to strong drink ... so far, a good year for the C-note boys on the corner. 76 Phi Kappa Sigma Abernethy Barkley Beam Belcher Blakely Bordeaux Braswell Cole Collier Conklin Crook Vice-President Cutter Davis Secretary Durst Garner Gleitz Coins Johnson McGraw McMillan Maxwell Michie R. G. Morrow Treasurer R. T. Morrow Mosteller Mulvihill Phelan Reece Schachner Steele Thompson Umstead Whitehead Willingham President Wood 77 s e §: § " « Alexander Allegood Artope Barnhardt Secretary Bobbin Braxton Bynum Cashwell Clark President Coker Davis Erwin Etheridge Fisher Godwin Goff Hamrick Harbison Hodges House Kerr Lackey Marriott Nebel Vice-President Overman Rogers Sewell Singleton Warner Wilson Treasurer Winslow 78 m. Dan Clark, President f f t f t I AiW PI KAPPA ALPHA PLEDGE CLASS First row: Homey, Hathaway, Wilson, Stewart, Wilkins, Tilghman. Second row: Livingston, Svera, Hall, Robinson, Martin, Farrell, Ponton. Third row: Jones, Line- burger, Ellis, Ferrell. Fourth row: Kerr, Bunnell, Sams, Scott, Parker, Thomas. Pi Kappa Alpha was founded nationally at the Uni- versity of Virginia 1868, and established at the Uni- versity of North Carolina 1895. The publication of Pi Kappa Alpha is The Shield and Diamond, and the colors are garnet and gold. The official flower is the lily of the valley. Classified Ads: Wanted: room off " campus for Prince and Bat friend. Will buy your old bottles: Rat, Moonbeam, and Cashwell, Inc. Extra ABC Store for Vets Club: Erwin, Crazy, Haig, and Dune. Want a Charming Weekend? see Trigger. Found : Punch mate in pledge class. Lost to Bandit: Maurice, Skipege, and Mr. Proctor. Wanted, handicraft expert — see U. H. Grub. Home Laundry: apply Moto, 106 Frat. Ct. Expert Woodsman for hire: see Stump, J. Mitch and Palance. Found: shadow for Belafonte. Efficiency Expert? apply Buzzoouga! Wanted : new set of muscles for the Traps ! Carnival for Sale: complete with Albino, Glob, and Friendly bird (sanctioned by R. Jeff " ries counter- part). Change of Address: Quantico for Lips and Jungle Jim. Need an imitation act? see T. Mouse. For rent: University Organ Co. — see Whackett and Jock. Cheap Labor: we have 26 gross Pledges for hire. 79 The greatest year yet . . . and we return to the same house . . . still looking for that new one. Brothers, Brothers, where are the Brothers? The new bar . . . best ever had by Pi Kapps . . . the Burlap basement rocks every night . . . Daddy-0 Red . . . Har-rell . . . Bearcat . . . Foggy . . . Vang , . . Bo . . . We-zel . . . Mousey . . . Sambo . . . TruLolly . . . Blob . . . Coon . . . Homer . . . Hajji . . . Rodent . . . " The Gillman. " Walt and his monogrammed pool cue . . . Henry and his speeding ticket . . . Glenn and his you-know-what . . . Har-rel and his much needed sack time . . . Brown and his red dog. " You ' ve got that magic touch — the motherly touch, I mean. " " Pick that guitar. Bill. " " Hey! You babbling idiot, stop throwing those stoppers. " Missing: — one sign and scrapbook. Girl drops by to see Tru-LoUy — Tru- Lolly ' s gone, so girl stacks the deck in game of strip poker. Maestro " Bo " will begin work on his sixth symphony — as soon as he finishes his fifth. Mack-i proclaims National Snake Night . . . come in " Den- sity " . . . " Let ' s get weird and go to the Mac- Arthur " . . . Fairy Godmother changes pumpkin into coach — coach changes pumpkins into football players — ball players change Terps into " Twerps " — Twerp Henry B. changes car into accordian. Seen — Th e Genteel " Gill Man " finally making an eight o ' clock class . . . Someone shooting shotgun at The Rodent . . . Daddy-0 Red, protector of the Brother ' s, guardian of the pledges . . . pledges aren ' t convinced. P.S. We lived through it all. Pi Kappa Phi fraternity was founded nationally at the College of Charleston in 1904, and was estab- lished at the University of North Carolina in 1914. The official colors are gold and white, and the publi- cation is The Star and Lamp. The flower is the red rose. PI KAPPA PHI PLEDGE CLASS First row: Creech, Jones, Melville, McKenzie, Hunt, Barbee. Second row: Cambell, Ray, Redmond, Fortner, Warner, Griffin. Third row: Richardson, Brown, Mackie, Black, Acker, Eargle, Tyman. George Anderson, President Pi Kappa Phi Acker Anderson President Bennett Eargle Harrill Secretary Holt Treasurer Hunt Mackie Smith Southerland 81 Pi Lambda Phi Bershaw Cohen Corbin Fleishman Vice-President Glatzer Goodman Greenspon Horwitz Jacobsen Kahn Kapiloff Katzin Lavietes Leavitt Secretary Leder Lipman Treasurer Nushan Oresman Pearlman Reyner Rosenthal Sacks Schwartz Sirkin President Steine Trachtenberg Wainer Waitman Weiss 82 ' 56 broke upon Pi Lambda Phi bringing forth the return of 33 well-rested and anxious brothers. After policing the area, painting walls, and remov- ing ping-pong tables from the living room, the house was ready for the advent of rushing — and how well we did! ... 18 grand pledges, each and everyone eager to join with the brothers in making this a banner year for " Oh Mega Beta " — socially, scholastically and athletically. With our pledges also came the long anticipated basement, officially dedicated at Pi Lamb ' s annual alumni weekend, which, incidentally, was an affair held in the great- est Pi Lambda Phi tradition. After football season, with its four tremendous party week-ends com- pleted, the house settled into the hectic and enjoy- able groove of W.C. And who will ever forget Lip- pie ' s toting his tripod into the basement of Win- field Dorm, or Knock losing his shoes and socks in the pool on the patio of Elliott Hall, or Farber ' s flying trips to the Keys? Christmas vacation found us all enjoying the hospitality of our Wrecks, Dicky Sindell, in Miami Beach, with varous jaunts to Havanna — Maria Modas taking up a large part of our time and energy! Spring semester heralded the return of warmth and the rebirth of the jolly laddies ' romantic inter- ests. Stan and Don became engaged and hopes were again held high for an addition to a house with growing pains. The traditional pledge weekend was the blast it always is; and then to the beach for a weekend of moral reawakening. The year ended sadly as ten men finished their undergraduate days and headed out to serve their " Uncle. " All in all, we had a year which realized all of our expectations and could readily serve as a prime example for many years to come. Pi Lambda Phi was founded nationally at Yale Uni- versity in 1895, and locally in 1939. The national colors of the fraternity are purple and gold, and its publication is Tripod. PI LAMBDA PHI PLEDGE CLASS First row: Leder, Schwartz, Kornfeld, Solomon, Kramer. Second row: Shulimson, Michalove, Tannenbaum, Kellert, Garr, Friedberg. Third row: Kurtz, Davis, Hirsch, Davidson, Alper. Dick Sirkin, President Brad Hall, House Manager ST. ANTHONY HALL PLEDGE CLASS First row: Kuralt, Wilson, Coznowski, Stone, Buress. Second row: Neal, Cambell, Robertson, Doggett. Third row: Clark, Packard, Atwell, Flynn. St. Anthony Hall was founded nationally at the Uni- versity of Columbia in 1847, and the local chapter was established in 1854. The official colors of the fraternity are blue and gold. The past nine months were like nine years, or perhaps nine days. We did everything you can do at Carolina, yet before we knew it, Spring had come and the year was over. Oyer and Yollie kicked the soccer ball through unnumbered goalies . . . Wil- liams-Rosebud — guides the great pledge class through the year . . . Kentopp stalked the NROTC drill field and steered the Dance Committee through another semester of regulations . . . Winston got married, poor guy . . . Bruton continued applying farmboy philosophy to Bill Poteat and his associ- ates . . . Ludwig did too much . . . Oyer goes from bad to worse . . . and then the parties — the German ' s Club gave us a keg of beer for coming to their shindig, and we liked that one so much we insti- tuted beer kegs — for instance the night Mr. Eisen- hower won again — and then there was the coon hunt led by faithful Wilson (of course, we didn ' t catch a coon) — and the Christmas party — and the German ' s — and Swingout — and beach weekend — • Gardiner ' s " between-the-sheets " bachelor party — and I ' ve lost count . . . but we didn ' t party all the time, not literally . . . Dr. Caldwell and several other friends of the Hall favored us at dinner with very entertaining conversations ... we seem to have been in on every phase of Sound and Fury this time — writing, directing, acting . . . the interest in poli- tics revived itself with the Freshman class, and the Seniors decided to write a compendium of Errors in Bridge . . . the scholastic cup resided on the mantle for several months under Grady ' s picture, and the pledges were instructed to bow to both . . . Carolyn, Mary Agnes and Pam held court almost every evening while Ludwig, Buress and Hall fended off the serpents . . . and so the semesters passed. For most of the Hall it was just another great year of work and play, but for five of us it was the end of the finest group association we have ever known. Bruton goes on to med school and Oyer studies to be a dentist. Hall, Kentopp, and Ludwig sailed off as Ensigns in the USN, all hoping to get back in not too many years. 84 St. Anthony Hall Bruton Covell Demaree Hall House Manager Kentopp Ludwig Marcopulos Mincey Robinson Taylor 85 Sigma Alpha Epsion Brown Burress Causey Cooke Davis Dawson Dell Treasurer Ferrell Foster Fountain A. Galloway B. Galloway Garrison Haley Henderson Hill Hudgins Hunter President Hutchins J. M. Jones Vice-President J. H. Jones KeUy Kincey McMillan Moss Roth Sasser Scholze Sturdivant Summerlin Tanner Tompkins Van Winkle Secretary Walker C. Williams P. Williams iiiol was rapii Ibei omii H Com 86 Pat Hunter, President SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON PLEDGE CLASS First row: Costello, Grubbs, Johnston, Davis, Fox, Hill. Second row: McGee, Brun- son, Sellars, Thompson, May, Gautier, Lawson. Third row: Dennis, Mcintosh, Bost, Smith, Haley, Ainslie, Younce, Kee, Cooke, Hawes. The University of Alabama was the site of the found- ing of Sigma Alpha Epsilon nationally in 1856. The local chapter was established one year later, in 1857. The Record is the official publication of the fra- ternity, and the colors are old gold and purple. The violet is the official flower. The dawn of 1956 casts its lights on the 100th year of S.A.E. on the Carolina campus. The taking in of one of the finest pledge classes in our history was the beginning of a memorable year, with a rapid succession of good times — football weekends, Germans, S.A.E. weekend, and the glorious beach in the Spring. Under the superlative leadership of Pat Hunter, the brothers gave spirited participation in intra- mural sports and campus activities, gaining laurels in many fields. The complete redecoration of the house and the 100th Anniversary were among the many attrac- tions that added new spice to the year. It was their finest hour as " Fleetwood " Seely and " Rip " Van Winkle were inaugurated to the Presi- dency and Vice Presidency of " Skid Row. " It was with a sad heart that we watched a strong band of seniors receive their diplomas and depart for the last time from the doors of 1 Fraternity Court. 87 Sigma Chi was founded nationally at Miami Univer- sity of Ohio in 1855, and the local chapter was established in 1889. The official flower of the fra- ternity is the white rose, and the colors are blue and old gold. " Chi ' s " begin 67th and best year yet . . . rushing adds 17 . . . Greensboro group continues to com- mute even with Melvin gone . . . school spirit excels as usual . . . football season and grab . . . Lomax and Bell add new limbs to family tree . . . Forbes and Parker surrender badges . . . Clyde can do no busi- ness with his plain pin . . . Hosea and Aubrey con- tinue to impress girls . . . House resembles Monti- cello after complete renovation . . . quiet parties with group singing continue to flourish . . . " Naff " sets shining example for pledges . . . Rolo and Lacy elected sweethearts of nurse ' s dorm . . . Kiwi thrives on multi-colored pills . . . Ellerbe donates head to dates as mirror . . . Rose, Dunn, and Cooper vie for campus Casanova . . . Crates and Spotty cultivate bumper crops of goobs . . . Lopp competes with Mouza for tastiest food in town . . . Chalk shares himself with Tri Belts . . . Cal succeeds Rug as keeper of jocks . . . Payne and Swearingen function at Monogram Club . . . Forbes makes first string . . . routine chapter meetings continue to filibuster . . . Plumlee initiates decentralization as policy this year . . . Ida adds final ingredients for great year. SIGMA CHI PLEDGE CLASS First row: Moncure, Collins, Harden, Cooper. Second row: Cambell, Adams, Ade, Christian, Nicholson. Third row: McNairy. I.oonpv. DeWiit. Ratrlielnr. Armstrong. Claude Plumlee, President - ' t f |f ' -f Jf Sigma Chi Alford Bell Chalk Collins Cowell Dunn Ellerbe Evans Fanjoy Forbes Harris Hutton Knauff Knox Lacy Lampert Lineweaver Lomax Long Lopp McCartney McCoy MacVicar Michaux Mitchell Murphy Treasurer Payne Peeler Plumlee President Roberts Secretary Rose Rothrock Schiffman Sisk Stevens Timberlake Underwood Wilson Vice-President J. Woltz V. Woltz 89 Sigma Nu retrie ' ...h (0SI Adams Secretary Bishop Bolton Brennan Grumpier Davis Everett Everton Exum Vice-President Groce Hicks Hoard Holden Hoover Jennings Jones Kimzey Kouri Latham Little Maddrey McKee Mitchell E. Moore J. Moore Morgan President Moye Mustian Noel Porter Prewitt Pridgen Quigg Rollins Rucker Saunders Schoen Scott Shingleton Treasurer Stallings Talley „.Ct lallel eorufi lifflfc viiiir ,,.1 90 ' u Snakes back at the six-columned shack . . . sum- mertime war stories . . . last Spring ' s pins finally retrieved . . . new bunch of rum-heads breaking in . . . Jay Bird gets his wings clipped ... the old jack coming from national to rebuild house after Char- lotte invasion during summer . . . Happy Jack, political failure, speeds back, gets caught, put on the Rhodes . . . turn the Page, Prew! . . . Cochise in the Virgins (Islands) . . . three of the tallest prunks on campus ... eh, Frank? . . . Bubas corners the garbage market ... Dr. Otto changes to Kents . . . Red and Rags, the aged and the midget . . . Saturday night country-style with Long-Tall- Talley and G. C. . . . old Alums still grabbing our sacks . . . Carl B. Corvette ... Sic Sic ' s gone . . . " Hey Boss, where ' s the " T " Bird? " . . . when them chips is down, them old pros come through, eh, Vickers? . . . Al Alco, from Belks to Tempo in a year . . . Rock, the millionaire mechanic . . . Fog, the human camera . . . Little Al, seeking road map — " Have a good trip! " ... Big Groce — back in the saddle again . . . Sugie applying for scholarship from Ford Foundation . . . C. B. from D. C. . . . Clete takes a trip on a sailing ship — to France . . . the flipped-lipped hill-billy . . . from bar to head with Smilin ' Ed . . . the Forward Look . . . Crump . . . with the White Star to lead us, we plan for an even greater year! Sigma Nu was founded nationally at Virginia Mili- tary Institute in 1869, and the local chapter was established in 1888. The white rose is the flower of Sigma Nu, and the national colors are black, white and gold. Sigma Nu publishes quarterly its official magazine, entitled The Delta. SIGMA NU PLEDGE CLASS First tow: Wheless, Latham, Crawford, Exum, Kinlaw. Second row: Parker, Jami- son, Grumpier, Hayes, Kilpatrick, Brake. Bill Morgan, President Jim Doar, Acting President SIGMA PHI EPSILON PLEDGE CLASS First row: Fonville, Burroughs. Second row: Mclver, Carver, Rhynes, Akin. Third row: Turner, Styers, Paderick, MacBryde, Purr, Phillips, Ashley, Greene. Fourth row: Jones, Lufkin, Covington, Correll, Burnside, Wehster, Westbrook. Fifth row: Gunler, Hewitt, Minter, Haug, Morton, Cofod, McCreight, Hillman. Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded nationally at the University of Richmond in 1901, and the local chap- ter was established in 1921 and 1947. The publica- tion is the Sigma Phi Epsilon Journal, and the official flower is the American Beauty Rose. Red and purple are the colors of Sigma Phi Epsilon. Sig Eps reconvene behind the Red Door . . . orientation crew takes over ... all night sessions fix up house . . . dining hall gets new look . . . Brother Gillis turns party room into campus show- place . . . Bill and Vic return with their life ' s com- panions . . . doubtful Darwin and Co. conduct rush . . . success! — and a great pledge class . . . District Governor ' s Cup, here we come! . . . football brings parties . . . Pal handles the games ... we take care of the parties ... at homecoming, Westbrook under- studies for Rube Goldburg . . . Jeff maintains our sociability . . . shipwrecked with the KD ' s (what could be nicer?) . . . " Jesse James " Akin begins holdups — but good! . . . plans for our new house underway . . . " Whale " chooses lot . . . it won ' t be long now . . . " What happened to the downstairs shower? " . . . maybe Jimmy locked it in the Taber- nacle . . . here come the ADPi ' s — the Alpha Gams, too . . . everyone off to Greensboro to serenade little Billy ' s Sweetheart . . . Nat and Gordie find a sure thing . . . Chet and Samson . . . Upton cracks the whip at study hall . . . Belk makes strategy and executes politics . . . Christmas finally comes . . . Fow realizes new fellowship . . . back for exams . . . George breaks up Symphonic Three in favor of Suzie . . . Pledge Weekend, Greek Week, and some new brothers wear the Golden Heart of Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . Curt still dividing his time between the " Y " and Greensboro . . . " Mr. Wonderful " struts a new raincoat . . . house art galleries im- prove month by month . . . where is Ree Ree ' s pin? — why? . . . Winston bound for the Sig Ep Ball . . . everyone has a great time . . . Jerry gets the gleef uls . . . Spivey elects himself handsomest man in the house . . . Charlie ' s Day has Harry ' s heroes per- forming . . . year drawing to a close . . . studying for exams . . . time out to serenade sororities . . . now, just one more blast — okay. Myrtle Beach, get ready . . . Rick and Butch hearing bells soon . . . good luck all — ' till we meet again. 92 Akin Treasurer Ballard Baucom Belk Bell Brown Corbin Crews Daniel Daughtry Dawn President Davis Doar Vice-President Gilli s Holding Horner Johnson Lindsey Morris Oldenburg Paderick Pierce Reed Bobbins Self Smith Spivey Stapleton Stribling Upton Westbrook White •i« 93 Tau Epsilon Phi Ansell Secretary Brody Coplon Eisenberg Evans Vice-Presiden I Falk Goldfarb Greenblatt Grodsky Kantor Lieberman Planer President Roth Saunders Schulman Sobel Treasurer Teck 94 Dick Planer, President TAU EPSILON PHI PLEDGE CLASS First row: Vinnik, Moss, Evans. Second row: Balkind, Finkelstein, Ney. Columbia University was the site of the founding of Tau Epsilon Phi in 1910. The local chapter was established in 1924. The Plume is the official publi- cation of the fraternity, and purple and white are the official colors. The flowers of Tau Epsilon Phi are the lily of the valley and the violet. Four great years comes to an end — five for some, eh, Schneider? ... a big y-e-e-e-e-s for Checkner, founding father of Red Board . . . whole house still shook by raccoon coat fiasco . . . Brody may not graduate because of debts incurred calling long distance . . . Roth still recuperating from summer school . . . Norm, Mike, Dickie, Arty, Jerry and Steve taking night train to Mace ' s birthday party . . . Evan ' s hopping fast freight to California . . . Lieberman — his bigotry doesn ' t include love aff airs . . . Bank, still callin ' for decorum . . . Kantor, get- ting shell shocked from falling bottles . . . Wally Balloo and Mary Magoon getting pinned at house- party . . . Planer betting on date of his " happy " day . . . Saunders, getting Mel Allen ' s place with the Yanks? . . . Teck, high-browing it on hi-fi . . . Gesoff dating certain blonde and getting lots of laughs . . . Big Mai growing seven foot sideburns to impress his two loves . . . Eisenberg practicing his cheer- leading six months in advance . . . Sobel shocked by certain girl who is madly in love with him . . . Ansel dealing off the bottom of the deck . . . Lou taking inventory on all his damn pills . . . midnite excursion to 409H (right up Herbie ' s alley) . . . Pete, big letter man . . . Pittman snowing all the girls??? . . . Morty, sweating those accounting prob- lems . . . Goldf arb, back for more . . . Stan, playing it cool . . . Mike, alone in solitary on third floor . . . Oren, low-overhead man . . . Shulman, bringing another beast for lunch ... I GIVE UP! ! ! ! 95 Theta Chi fraternity was founded nationally at Nor- wich University, Norwich, Vermont, in 1856, and the local chapter was established in 1920. Military red and white are the colors of the fraternity, and the official flower is the red carnation. The publication is The Rattle of Theta Chi. THETA CHI PLEDGE CLASS First row: Clark, Brimmer, Hyde, Ward, Barefoot. Second row: Ray, Bowen, Brehm, DeBank, Hudson, Summey, Flahive, McFadden. This year was a big one for Theta Chi socially. The variety of events included combos and cabin party weekends interspersed with the Pledge Dance in November, a Christmas party, and the regional Mason-Dixon Jubilee in the Spring. The big dance of the year, the Dream Girl Dance, was held in the Spring also. On the rushing end Theta Chi did well. The Pledge Marshal organized the pledges and they functioned well as a group from then on. It was quite evident that we had a top-notch pledge class. As far as the inmates of this house go, the memories of Harvey the Rabbit are slowly fading. Snell, of course, continues his tap-dancing in front of the mirror. Carter is still contemplating mar- riage. Hill Johnston tried to sneak out with the treasurer ' s strong box, but was stopped by Buzz and his shotgun. Buzz is quite the shot these days. Incidentally, Hill Johnston was our representative to the Centennial Convention which was held the first week in September. This convention was held at Northfield, Vermont, site of Norwich University. Bull tried his hand at cheerleading during the foot- ball season, but didn ' t get the response he expected. Giles turned from whiskey to women and Freddie- San put in his appearance several times during the year. Moto is still thinking of his honorable ances- tors. Brother Wendt claims he saw George wander- ing around Kenan woods. Could it be that George is going back to nature? Allie, Randy, and Tug claim that Hahman has been talking about the two Romans crossing swords again. Leon visited W.C. several times and it certainly looked like he was planning on enrolling, judging from the time he spent there. Buddy is still down at the gym wonder if he is coming back. George Moore, President Theta Chi Clark Vice-President Giles Green Harris Hobbs Johnston Treasurer Maddux Mangum D. Moore G. Moore President Snell Suttle J. Walsh W. Walsh Wendt 97 Zeta Beta Tau Abramson Berger Chadabe Felton Goldberg Treasurer Goodman Grausman Hagedorn Holland Hornik President Kahn Kay Kridel Oppenheimer Rosenstock Vice-President Tenenbaum Weinman Weinstein Back to school again, and soon after, the start of rush week. ZBT pledged fourteen fine boys. It surely was a wonderful year, as we participated in one good time after another. Maryland, Parents- Alumni Week-end, Homecoming, Germans, Anni- versary, and our fabulous Beach Week-end in the Spring. Under the superior guidance and leadership of Bob Hornik, the brothers gave spirited participa- tion in both intramurals and campus activities. Our alumni gave us strong support, as we surged for- ward in hopes of a new house in the very near future. Now let us look into the ZBT crystal ball and see what our seniors will be doing in the year 1976: Lou Rosenstock is presently heading the General Motor ' s Traffic Safety Division. Mike Weinman is strategically guiding U.N.C. ' s University in absentia from his penthouse high above Baltimore Street. Jerry Kahn is caught in a " Gale " while cruising in the Gulf Stream revising the score from " Gentle- men Prefer Blondes. " Bob Goldberg was engaged to Mamie Vanderbilt, but decided he ' d muff his chance to be a mil- lionaire. Bob Hornik has finally finished medical school and is now doing research on cadaver Clyde Strowd, at the University of Carrboro. Zeta Beta Tau was founded nationally at City Col- lege, New York City, in 1898, and the local chapter was established in 1927. The colors are blue and gold, and the official publications are The Zeta Beta Tau Quarterly and The Alpha Pioneer. ZETA BETA TAU PLEDGE CLASS First row: Liman, B. Levy, E. Levy, Fleisher. Second row: Rosen, Frohsin, Terrell, Bodenheimer, Erbesfield. Third row: Ross, Blumenthal, Rarkin, Goldman. Bob Hornik, President ZETA PSI PLEDGE CLASS First row: Folger, Carter, Stem. Second row: Cooper, Cranz, Philpolt, Young. Third row: Tyler, Elam, Johnston, Moye, Byrum. Will Woodard, President New York University was the site of the founding of Zeta Psi in 1847, and the local chapter was estab- lished eleven years later in 1858. The official colors are gold and white and the flower is the white carna- tion. The Cicle of Zeta Psi is the publication of the fraternity. A reflection ... a casual scan into the memories of another year ... a tattered hedge straining for existence . . . four white columns frame a red radio ... an occasional grab in the front hall ... a house with a story to tell . . . these walls will always echo the voices of happy children from the Methodist Orphanage at the Christmas party . . . the Satur- day trek to Kenan Stadium in the fall . . . Jimmy James at his usual post to help celebrate or to give a boost . . . caravan to Virginia . . . long hours and little sleep during rushing . . .a lot of sweat, a little luck, and great results . . . Germans, a concert by Fats, the dance, a party, and a three day recupera- tion plan ... a break for Thanksgiving and back to the grind ... a cocktail party to highlight the social year . . . the schoolhouse. First two rows in the end zone at Woolen Gym filled by the troops . . . sawdust floor, muraled walls, beat up juke-box and plenty of noise, enough light to find your way out, or back in, equal the only underground landmark of Chapel Hill . . . foot ball games in the side yard ... or more serious afternoons spent working up a bigger sweat and higher hopes . . . nervous tension built up for a big game ... a supply of ducks from never empty- handed hunters . . . the hood party . . . Christmas holidays and then the last minute struggle for that extra quality point . . . snow announced by the clatter of glass. Finally Spring and Hogan ' s Lake in full force . . . occasional beer and blanket parties . . . Clearwater and some bronze time ... a few dousings, rain- coats and umbrellas, attire for the immediate vicinity . . . laugh of the year at Bumpkin party, square dance, and hayride ... a yelling mob, a bumping, flying wagon, a diflference of opinion among the horses and a pile of junk, which was once a wagon, left in the road beside the Arboretum . . . cabin trips to the mountains . . . weekend pilgrim- ages to the beach . . . retreat to the Azalea Festival ... of course the usual pinnings and every now and then even worse ... a moonlight cruise and cook-out on the beach go for a fabulous weekend at Morehead. Just some of the ingredients which go to make another great year for Upsilon of Zeta Psi — now, hopes for an even better recipe in the future. 100 Zeta Psi Barnes Bost Vice-President Bridgers Cheatham Treasurer Fulton F. Gray J. Gray Jones Kearns Littlehales Massey McKee Nash Parker Patton Paxton Putnam Secretary Rollins Rouse Searcy Smith Taylor Thorpe Wilson Wood Woodard President 101 -■% ( i IK ' . -- i , R ' unt For some it ' s breakfast, for others it ' s what keeps them awake in the next class, and for still others it ' s what pulls them through the morning after — that " Y " -counter cup of coffee. One can ' t spend four years at Carolina without getting to know " Y " -Court, that dirty strip of as- phah between the " Y " Building and Gerrard Hall. There ' s the guy who rushes into the " Y " at 9:05 to get breakfast before that nine o ' clock class — or the coed who holds court on South Building steps at ten every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. In the fall every new coed finds that she must pass the inspection of that little knot of Juniors and Seniors who congregate in front of the " Y. " During the monsoon season we slosh over the muddy tracks of the eight o ' clock crowd and sit there trying to get in that last twenty minutes of cramming before mid-terms. The bridge game always wins out and we say that cramming doesn ' t help anyway. There are some of us who can ' t operate unless we have that lousy cup of coffee or a small coke in the morning. Sometimes we splurge and buy a couple of doughnuts and end up by feeding them to the dogs that wander through. In the Spring we fight the bees for possession of what little we were able to get after ploughing through that wild, screaming mob of fellow students — but then that ' s " Y " -Court . . . and Carolina. On a cool, misty morning " Y " -Court is a picture of the simple, enchanting beauty which typifies the Carolina campus — indeed, which symbolizes the " Carolina Way of Life. " " Y " -Court is as much a part of Carolina as classes and Student Government elections. ;4cUptui( tn tc m WILLIAM C. FRIDAY PRESIDENT OF THE Consolidated University of North Carolina ROBERT B. HOUSE Chancellor WILLIAM D. CARMICHAEL, JR. Vice-President AND Finance Officer William M. Whyburn Vice-President and Provost (Acting) Claude E. Teague Business Manager Charles M. Shaffer Director of Development Ernest L. Mackie Dean of Student Atvards and Distinctions Edwin S. Lanier Director of Student Aid and Central Office of Records Roy W. Armstrong Director of Admissions CORYDON P. SpRUILL Dean of the Faculty Samuel H. Magill Director of Student Activities J. Carlyle Sitterson Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Katherine K. Carmichael Dean of Women William D. Perry Dean of Student Affairs (Acting), and Raymond L. Jefferies, Jr. Assistant to the Dean of Student Affairs Cecil Johnson Dean of the General College r H B l I PH •• ■P i 1 Maurice W. Lee Dean of the School of Business Administration Arthur E. Fink Dean of the School of Social Work LuciLE Kelling Dean of the School of Library Science H. Arnold Perry Dean of the School of Education NoRVAL Neil Luxon Deem of the School of Journalism William W. Pierson Dean of the Graduate School i He.nky p. Brandis, Jr. Dean of the School of Law Walter Reece Berryhill Dean of the School of Medicine Elizabeth L. Kemble Dean of the School of Nursing E. A. Brecht Dean of the School of Pharmacy John C. Brauer Dean of the School of Dentistry E. G. McGavran Dean of the School of Public Health TiTlS ' Scutd The University of North Carolina bands — Con- cert Band, Marching Band and Pep Band — directed by Herbert W. Fred, serve to provide Carolina stu- dents with an opportunity for worthy use of lei- sure time and for continued musical development through the study and performance of the best band literature. The Marching Band provides music and pagean- try at the football games. The elaborate formations and special musical arrangements used by the Marching Band for its half-time shows have become a trade-mark of Saturday afternoon activity in Kenan Stadium. The Pep Band performs at all pep rallies, several basketball games and at the Annual Indoor Track Meet. UNC Band President Don Jefferson and Major- ettes Jane Brock, Carolyn Meredith and Jo Carpenter. A featured part of the Band ' s activities are its fall half-time presentations in Kenan Stadium such as this salute to its Alma Mater. 112 New uniforms add the finishing touch as the Band gathers on the steps of Manning Hall, The Concert Band, composed of selected instru- mentalists, begins its season when it performs for and is host to North Carolina bandsmen who come to the University for the All State High School Band Clinic in late January. The Band ' s schedule in- cludes formal concerts in Hill Hall, the spring con- certs at Davie Poplar, a concert tour when possible and the Commencement Concert. Mr. Herbert Fred conducts band practice every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday for an hour and a half. 113 Ti twe uit £cc A blazing bonfire and the infec- tious enthusiasm of the cheer- leaders run spirit high at Univer- sity Club-sponsored pep rallies. The University Club is primarily a service organ- ization, and all of its functions are carried through in the interest of the student body and the Univer- sity. The motto of the club — " for the University " — is self-explanatory of the purposes of the club. Composed of a representative from each dormi- tory, fraternity, sorority, the Cardboard, Band, and Cheerleaders, the University Club has direct contact with almost every student on the campus and acts as a co-ordinating body for many of the activities relating to sports events of the University. The functions of the Club are many and varied. Through its cooperation with the Athletic Associa- tion, the Club seeks to promote and maintain en- thusiasm and good sportsmanship in all University events and contests. University Club members are, seated. Sue Owens, Bob Kuhns, Barbara Honey, Lloyd Lohr, Melba Reming, Bill Holmes, Fred Propst; standing, Gary Greer, Todd Reece, Dave Jones, Jim Bynum and Joe Clapp. Officers are Al Moise, Treasurer; Joe Clapp, President; and Annette Niven, Secretary. Not pictured: Jim Bynum, Vice-President. Committee Chairmen are, seated, Grady Phillips and Pat Dooley; standing, David Ell- wanger, Carolyn Hofler, Pete Flahive and Hank Caldwell. 1 . liver. Ritv " 4 ' ornii- Land Mtact lacts fliies sried. socia- ben- ffiitr Members of the Cardboard ExLcuiive Council are Gordon Lindsey, Chief Artist; Bennette Whisenant, Head Usher; Snyder Pate, President; Esther Ballentine, Vice- President and Secretary; and Pete Evans, Office Manager. lib. The UNC Cardboard, composed of Art Office, Usher Department, and various other committees, opened the 1956 season with ninety-eight members, a remarkable increase over last year. This organ- ization plans and stages the excellent half-time card stunts at UNC football games. Committees to carry out additional functions in which the Cardboard of previous years has not participated were established. Posters and slogan cards to stimulate interest among students were placed in all dorms, sorority and fraternity houses. and classroom buildings by the Bulletin Board Committee. The Membership-Publicity Committee published listings of all activities and planned an effective membership campaign. An excellent entry for the Beat Dook Parade was prepared by the Beat Dook Committee. At the annual banquet the Scrap- book Committee presented an impressive display of the Cardboard activities for the year. With the cooperation of all the members. Presi- dent Snyder Pate did an excellent job in making the Cardboard a dynamic success. The Cardboard meets weekly to see slides of the previous Saturday ' s card tricks, discussing evident faults in these and presenting ideas for new corresponding card stunts to be performed at the half-time during future home football games. 115 Behind Head Cheerleader Jim Bynum are, first row, Gwen Heinzen, Joan Wender, Val Von Ammon, Patsy Poythress, Lucy Blackwood, Mary Ruth Mitchell, Mary Lee Breece, Shirley Dees; second row, Frank Black, Tom Davis, Larry Ford, Harold Williamson and Pete Julian. Jim Bynum, head cheerleader, ushered in a " new look " cheering squad. Well-known by those who worked with him for his pre-dawn cheering prac- tices and " calisthentic " workouts, Bynum guided the building, conditioning and maintenance of both his cheering squad and the renowned Carolina Spirit. It was a tough job! Confident and hopeful as the students were, the spirit suffered devastating blows throughout the season. Nevertheless, true Carolina Spirit echoed from the stadiums and gymnasiums both at home and away, and Bynum and his squad capitalized on every opportunity to lift student sup- port to heights reached during post-war years. Regardless of how the win column expanded in any of the athletic contests, Carolina rooters had a highly successful season. UNC owes a lot to Jim Bynum and his cheering squad. " Gimme a C — ! " — Cheerleaders present a study of hands at the Memorial Hall pep rally on the eve of the Maryland game. Head Cheerleader Jim Bynum gives out with. " Let ' s go-o-o-o, Carolina! " 116 ' pootUU Tar Heel coaches are Pat Preston, Ed league, Ed Kensler, Emmett Cheek, Jim Tatum, Fred Tullai, Jim Hickey and Trainer John Lacey. Coach Jim Tatum returned to his Alma Mater with intentions of ending Carolina ' s six-year foot- ball drought, only to receive a bitter welcome in UNC ' s first contest from a fired-up N.C. State team as it struck with a savage offensive, taking a one- sided 26-6 victory — its first in thirteen years over a Tar Heel team. Following this ill success in their first game of the season, the Tar Heels next traveled to Norman, Oklahoma, where they were likewise beaten 36-0 before a crowd of 60,000 in another one-sided affair. The following Saturday the victory-starved Heels were again beaten by a strong South Caro- line team 13-0 in a game that was a much closer contest than the score indicates. The Georgia Bull- dogs spoiled UNC ' s Homecoming football hopes by handing the Tar Heels their fourth straight loss, 26-12. Carolina scored first as Ed Sutton pushed his way into the end zone from the three-yard line, but the Georgia offense proved too much. After four straight defeats, the Tar Heels nally won their first ball game in almost unbelievable fashio n by crushing the big but bewildered Mary- land Terps 34-6. For Coach Tatum nothing could have been more satisfying than to see his down- trodden UNC squad come to life and conquer Mary- land, the team he had built into a national power- house. The favored Tar Heels were held by their next opponent, a determined Wake Forest Deacon team, to a 6-6 tie. The following week Tennessee ' s power- ful Vols remained undefeated as they repulsed a strong challenge from Carolina to take a 20-0 deci- sion in a bruising Saturday afternoon affair. At Charlottesville speedy Ed Sutton exploded for three quick third quarter touchdowns to give the Virginia Cavaliers a stunning 21-7 loss. Although trailing 7-0 at halftime, the Tar Heels turned Sutton and quarterback Dave Reed loose to score immedi- ately upon gaining possession of the ball the first three times in the third quarter. Sutton again ran like an All-American as Notre Dame ' s never-say-die Fighting Irish edged the Tar Heels 21-14. Paul Hornung scored the Irish clincher in the final 76 seconds. In the final tilt of the year, Duke continued their six-year dominance over Caro- lina by beating the stubborn but outmanned Tar Heel warriors 21-6. Captain Ed Sutton m Jim Jones, Center As post-season All-Conference honors were con- ferred on Jim Jones and Sutton, Tar Heel fans, more optimistic over the future than the past, swal- lowed a losing season and looked with high hopes to the next few years, anticipating a team of un- unleashed power. Dave Reed, Quarterback Don Lear, Fullback-Guard Buddy Payne, End Larry McMullen, Halfback N. C. State 26 UNC 6 Stewart Pell, Tackle Ed Sutton circles his own left end for twenty yards on Carolina ' s lone touchdown drive against N. C. State. Oklahoma 36 UNC Buddy Sasser, Halfback Oklahoma AU-American Tommy McDonald picks up six yards as UNC defense men Jim Jones and Jim Varnum close in. South Carolina 13 UIVC Right Halfback Sutton carries one tackier on a 28-yard punt return against South Carolina. Georgia 26 UNC 12 NU1 Hap Setzer, Guard Sutton piles over from the Georgia two-yard line after receiving a handoff from Dave Reed. Phil Blazer, Tackle Maryland 6 - UNC 34 Larry McMullen goes over right tackle to score one of the Tar Heel ' s five touchdowns. Dave Reed jumps to pass to right end Charlie Robinson as Carolina drives for its lone score. Wake Forest 6 UNC 6 Curtis Hathaway, Quarterback Leo Russavage, Tackle John Jones, Guard Tennessee 20 UNC 6 A Tennessee tackier slips under Fullback Wally Vale ' s stiff arm to stop a three-yard gain over the middle of the Volun- teers ' line. • Sutton sprints through the Virginia middle for a five-yard gain to the Cavalier 20. Virginia 7 UNC 21 Dick Darling, Halfback 125 Led by lar Heels Phil Blazer and Don Kemper, Curtis Hathaway drives for a first down before completing a lateral pass to Sutton. Glenn Daughtry, Guard Emil Decantis, Halfback Stan Leftwich, Tackle Notre Dame 21 UNC 14 Duke 21 UNC 6 After breaking through the Duke line, halfback Larry McMuUen is brought down on the Duke 45-yard line. Fir:- Tar Babies Jack Cumrtiings, Quarterback Freshman Football Coach Fred TuUai Winning three of its five games. Coach Fred Tullai ' s potentially talented freshman football squad had one of its more successful seasons in 1956. Starting players in most of the season ' s games were ends Don Stallings and Ed Furjanic, tackles Jim Jenrett and Mike McDade, guards Fred Mueller and Ellis Woolridge, center Jim Davis, quarterbacks Nelson Lowe and Jack Cummings, halfbacks Cornell Johnson and Wade Smith, and fullback Jim Stevens. The Tar Babies lost their first game of the 1956 season to the Baby Deacons of Wake Forest 14-12; Jim Stevens scored for Carolina from the one-foot line after a 60-yard run up the middle of the Deacon line. Quarterback Jack Cummings passed for two touchdowns as the Tar Babies defeated the Mary- land frosh 21-0. The UNC freshman gridders then when on a scoring spree to defeat the University of Virginia freshman 52-0, Cornell Johnson and Ron Hopman scoring twice. A victory over the South Carolina Biddies 31-0 continued the Tar Babies ' winning streak. In the Cerebral Palsy Benefit Game on Thanksgiving afternoon, the Tar Babies ended their season losing to the Duke Blue Imps 45-7. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM. First Row: Smith, Dobrowolski, Kopn ki, Raso, Harris, Stevens, Stanton, Marion, Stallings. Second Row: Gray, Leffle-, Thigpen, W. Smith, Stunda, Brannan. Cummings, Atkinson, Little, Lineberger. Third Row: Reinhardt, Buzzard, Lowe, Mueller, Monaghan, Frederick, Hopman, Howerton, Russell, Roberson. Fourth Row: Jenrett, Davis, McDade, Woolridge, Darling, Nead, Fitzula, Pittman, Fur ' anic, Clark. Fifth Row: Markel, C. Smith, Talbott, Amos, D. Smith, Crew, Kordalski, Steele, Butler. Sixth Row: Brunson, Morton, Sproles. UNC students voted Miss Jane Brock, Freshman majorette from Atlanta, Ga., as Carolina ' s Home- coming Queen. » Despite Carolina ' s football loss to the Georgia Bulldogs 26-12, Homecoming on October 13 proved as eventful an occasion as ever. Homecoming festivities were inaugurated Friday evening with a parade immediately followed by a pep rally staged at Memorial Hall, at which Coach Tatum introduced the Carolina team and Chancel- lor House entertained with his harmonica. On Saturday, prior to the game, the displays of nine fraternities, six sororities, thirteen men ' s and three women ' s dormitories were judged in the Uni- versity Club ' s annual display contest. Those by Phi Kappa Sigma and Tri Delt, Old East and Smith Dormitories won top honors in their respective Phi Kappa Sigma ' s ' " Roul oj Georgia, by Jim Tatum, " won top fraternity honors in the Homecoming display competition. divisions. Featured at the game itself were the crowning by Alumni Association President Mayne Albright of Homecoming Queen Jane Brock and the presen- tation by the UNC Cardboard of six special stunts at half-time. Following the game a reception was held in Cobb Dormitory basement, sponsored by Graham Memo- rial Activities Board and the Men ' s Interdormitory Council. . . . and everywhere posters and signs read " Wel- come, Alumni, " setting the tone for a time during which Carolina rolls out the carpet for its return- ing alumni, welcomes home again its scattered chil- dren, young and old. Descending upon the Hill in racoon coats, pork-pie hats and high spirits, old grads led cheers, waved the Blue and White, were entertained at private and fraternity parties, and just generally enjoyed reminiscing, being back at their beloved Alma Mater . . . " Singing Carolina s praises. Shouting ' NCU " Buddy Payne receives high in the air to score one of the Tar Heels ' two touchdowns against the Georgia Bulldogs. Phi Kap actives and alumni invaded Kenan Stadium en masse to cheer the Tar Heels on to victory in the UNC-Wake Forest game October 27. 4c ' ? a Sicjf KCi e tte«taccd Commemorating the One Hundredth Anniversary of its establishment at the University of North Caro- lina, Lambda Chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma set aside the week of October 21-27 in celebration of its birthday on November 12, 1856. Three hundred alumni and active members took part in the festivities, which featured an open house for sorority and independent women, followed by a faculty tea. Also highlighting the week ' s activi- ties was a beer party for dormitory and fraternity officers at the Phi Kap house. Even the stairway was in use as Phi Kaps and guests wound up Centennial celebrations at the house Saturday evening. On Friday night, prior to the Carolina- Wake Forest football game Saturday afternoon, the alumni entertained the chapter with a cocktail party at the Saddle Club in Durham, followed by a ban- quet and formal dance. After attending the UNC- Wake Forest game together, Phi Kap brothers and guests concluded Centennial celebrations with a party in the Lambda Lounge, looking with confi- dence toward the commencement of a successful second hundred years. An umbrella served both private and protec- tive purposes as Phi Kap greeted alumna at the Saddle Club party. r Vocalist Debbie Brown added scintillation to a sparkling evening as she stepped into the spotlight with a spicy rendition. fcdl cftmcut The German Club, composed of its original thir- teen social fraternities, once again provided out- standing entertainment for the opening of the 1956- 57 dance season. Under the leadership of Presi- dent Keith Palmer, the German Club on October 26 sponsored the delightfully original music of the Billy May Band directed by the well-known sax vir- tuoso, Sam Donahue. As an added attraction, and for the first time in German Club history, a rock-and- ' I found my thrill . . . ... on Blueberry Hill . . . " roll band appeared. It was the indomitable " Fats " Domino. Both the Billy May Orchestra and Domino entertained at the afternoon concert and evening dance. The Executive Committee formed the tradi- tional horseshoe figure during the dance; the mem- bers were presented with their dates. The weekend was topped off by the Carolina- Wake Forest foot- ball game in Kenan Stadium. Celebrities meet as German Club President Keith Palmer escorting Miss Diana Ashley meets guests " Fats " Domino and Sam Donahue during dance intermission. . . . while in Chapel Hill Tar Heels in their Ivy League best found their own thrill at the concert . . . So i mo ic Fab " Iradi. men- ( ' aimer oinino I Sophomore Class officers are Anita Edwards, Social Chairman; Tom Long, Secretary; Bob Carter, Treasurer; Herman Godwin, Vice-President. Don Furtado, President Sophomore Class 132 First Row: Abramson, John Michael, zeta beta tau, Baltimore, Md.; Adams, Donnell, Win- ston-Salem; Adams, George Bryan, Jr., Charlotte; Adams, Robert Taylor, Alex- andria, Va.; Adcock, William Olin, Jr., PHI ETA ; ICMA, Knoxville, Tenn. ; Adkins, Stanley William, Danville, Va. Second Row: Agee, George S., Hickory; Alexander, John Thomas, Jr., pi kappa alpha, Statesville; Alford, James David, Zebu- Ion; Alford, Jim Wayne, sicma chi, Durham; Allegood, Carleton Ward, pi kappa alpha, Wilmington; Allen, Har- vey Addison, High Point. Third Row: Alper, Peter Jonathan, Great Neck, N. Y.; Alphin, Oliver W., Moant Olive; Anderson, Arthur Reginald, New Bern; Andrews, James Addison, Jr., Durham; Arey, Tony Josephus, Concord; Arnold, Stewart, lambda chi alpha, Cameron. Fourth Row: Atheneos, Michael Anthony, New York, N. Y.; Atkinson, David Baird, delta KAPPA • EPSILON, AshevUle; Averitt, Thomas H., Aberdeen; Baggett, Morton Tew, Smith field; Baity, John Thomas, Jr., Mount Airy; Baker, Charles Louis, Raleigh. Fifth Row: Ballis, Kim, lambda chi alpha, Charles- ton, S. C; Barbee, James Dorris, Jr., Cramerton; Barker, Graden Lee, Jr., Oriental; Barkley, Carl Adolphus, phi KAPPA SIGMA, Winston-Salem; Barkley, James Edgar, Enfield; Barks, Coleman Bryan, phi delta theta, Chattanooga, Tenn. Sixth Row: Barnes, William Watson, zeta psi, Wil- son; Earnhardt, John MacFarland, pi kappa alpha. Concord; Barrier, Boyd Ray, Jonas Ridge ; Barrow, Robert Man- pum, Norfolk, Va.; Basinger, Pryde William, Jr., sicma chi, Charlotte; Bass, Gerald Lane, Havelock. Seventh Row: Bass, Harris Hartwell, sicma nu, Chapel Hill; Bateman, Clive Anthony, Greens- boro; Baucom, Bennie Winfred, sicma phi epsilon. Concord; Baucom, Edward Bryce, Rockingham; Bayliff, James Douglas, Graham; Belanga, Paul Bryan, Creswell. Eighth Row: Belk, Ronald Baxter, sicma phi epsilon, Waynesville; Bell, Graham A., Fayette- ville; Bell, Joseph Taylor, Chapel Hill; Bell, Richard Brown, Memphis, Tenn.; Belton, Richard Paul, Charlotte; Bender, John Robert, Jr., beta theta pi, Win- ston-Salem. Ninth Row: Bender, Neil Carmichael, Pollocksville; Bennett, Joseph Collier, pi kappa phi, AshevUle; Benthall, Ruber Alwin, Rich Square; Berg, Lawrence Stephen, West Long Branch, N. J.; Berger, Michael David, zeta beta tau. East Paterson, N. J.; Bernhardt, Charles John, Char- lotte. Sophomores »• ( First Row: Bernstein, Charles Page, Raleigh; Belts, Leonidas Judd, Jr., Fuquay Springs; Billings, Richard LeRoy, Jr., Durham; Biren, David Robert, CHi psi, Arlington, fa.; Bishop. Wayne Staton, Greenville; Black. Charles Benaji, Jr., C.herryville. Second Row: Black, CeofFrey Laurence, Montreal, Quebec: Black. John William, sicma CHI, Charlotte; Blackwood, Carl Walter, Farmville; Blake, Shelley Wayne, Aber- deen; Blakely, Robert Franklin, Spar- tanburg, S. C; Blalock, Julian David, Prospect Hill. Third Row: Blume. Charles Howard, Jr., phi delta THETA, Jacksonville, Fla.; Bobbitt, Thomas Woodrow, Aberdeen; Bordeaux, Melvin Lewis, phi kappa sicma, Wil- mington; Borden, Robert Hanes, delta kappa epsilon, Goldsboro; Bost, Thomas McColluni, Charlotte: Boyd, Clarence Lacy, Jr., Chapel Hill. Fourth Row: Boyette, Robert Otis, Chadbourn ; Brad- shaw, Rush Leonard, Belmont;- Brand, Robert Alfred, phi gamma delta, Wil- mington; Brandon, John Louis, Durham; Branham, David Allen, alpha taii OMECA, Raleigh; Branner, William Ar- thur, Jr., Charlotte. Fifth Row: Braswell, James SIGMA, Charlotte; Winston-Salem ; Thomas, Durham Michael, phi kappa Bratten, David John, Brawley, Edward Brewer. Ernest Cra- ven, Faison; Bridgers, Julian Dalma, Jr., Conway; Britt, Robert Franklin, Lum- berton. Sixth Row: Brooke, Peter Francis, Bryn Mawr, Pa.; Brooks, John Charles, Greenville; Brown, Franklin Roosevelt, Tarboro; Brown, Walter Monroe, 10, sicma alpha EPSILON, Burlington; Brown, Walter Newton, Winston - Salem ; Browning, Robert Locke, Jr., Monroe. Seventh Row: Bruggeworth, Robert Boyd, CHi phi, Chatham, N. J.; Buchanan, James Wes- ley, Hickory; Buckley, Donald Sigmon, Lincolnton; Burge, Robert A., sigma CHI, Asheboro; Burke. William Richard, Jr., Wilson; Burney, Fredric Arlen, phi MU alpha, Wadesboro. Eighth Row: Burnham, Claude Francis, South Mills; Burroughs, Robert Montgomery, Char- lotte; Butler, Leslie Graham, Aulander; Butler, William Adelbert, Rochester, N. Y.; Bynum, Frank Hines, Jr., kappa sicma, Raleigh; Cadieu, James Myers, Charlotte. Ninth Row: Caele, William Baird, alpha tau omega, Asheville; Cain, Lee Roy, Elizabeth- town; Caldwell, James Alexander, Lin- colnton ; Camp, Robert Bernard, Cherry- ville; Campbell, Lloyd Mennen, Taylors- ville; Campbell, Lorin Scott, Chapel Hill. . . Class of 59 iJylE Emmmm n m First Row: Campbell, Roy Clyde, sigma chi, Char- lotte; Campbell, William Les-ter, Bur- lington; Campen, Sidney S., Edenton; (harden, William Arthur, Winston-Salem; Carter, Robert Wilson, Selma; Cart- wright, William Brumsey, sigma chi, Raleigh. Second Row: (fashion, Roy Wilson, Sanjord; Cash- well, Richard Gordon, pi kappa alpha, Albemarle; Chadabe, Joel A., zeta beta tau, A ' eM; York, N. Y.; Chamblee, James Cray, Loidsburg; Cheek, Martha Ann, Carrboro; Cheshire, William Polk, zeta psi, Hillsboro. Third Row: Chesson, Jack Hoh, Jamestown; Childs, Donald William, Akron, Ohio; Chitty, William Benjamin, Murjreesboro; Church, Clay, F., Jr., phi kta sigma, Kinston ; Clark, Edwin Harrison, Albe- marle; Clay, Robert Morris, Raleigh. Fourth Row: Coates, James Ward, Garner; Cobb, Donnell Borden, delta kappa epsilon, Goldsboro: Coffin, Harris Alexander, Asheboro; Cogswell, John S., Jackson- ville, Fla.; Cohen, Jerry Edward, pi LAMBDA PHI, Morganton; Cole, ToUie Boyce, Acme. Fifth Row: Coley, Charles Rowe, alpha tau omega, Newton; Collie, Jay Mack, Wilmington; Collier, Forrest Leonard, HI, phi kappa SIGMA, Charlotte; Collins, David Bruce, SIGMA CHI, Myrtle Beach, S. C; Collins, James McLeod, Southern Pines; Collins, Thomas Henry, Myrtle Beach, S. C. Sixth Row: Collura, Vincent Paul, Key West, Fla.; Cook, Geraldine, Asheville; Cooper, Gary Edward, sigma chi, Salisbury; Cooper, Wilson Reid, Jr., phi delta THETA, Signal Mountain, Tenn.; Corbin, Donald, Pi lambda phi. Flushing, N. Y.; Cowan, Gaylord Hunt, kappa alpha, Forest City. Seventh Row: Cowan, Robert Jenkins, alpha phi OMEGA, PHI ETA SIGMA, GreensboTo; Craddock, George Edward, Jr., Gary; Craft, Ruel Connor, Saratoga; Craig, Plezzy Harbor, Jr., Hillsboro; Creech, Paul Chester, Jr., Selma; Creighton, James Hill Cowan, Montclair, N. J. Eighth Row: Crist, Takey, Jacksonville; Crowell, James Sheffield, Fayetteville; Crowther, Frank Harrison, Chevy Chase, Md.; Crye, Louie Sam, Statesville; Culbreth, Beverly Ann, Stedman; Currin, Ben- jamin Fleming, Oxford. Ninth Row: Cushman, Charles Arthur, PHI delta THETA, Philadelphia, Pa.; Cutchin, Law- rence McGilbra, phi delta theta, Whit- akers; Cuthrell, Jerry Hal, Belhaven; Dalton, John Weber, Jr., Forest City; Daniel, Carey Williamson, Durham; Darden, Edward Claude, Aberdeen. Sophomores First Row: Darmstatter, George Edward, CHi psi, Brecksville, Ohio; Daughtridge, Charles Hardy, Rocky Mount; Davis, James Horton, Jr., Chapel Hill; Davis, Luther Joshua, Jr., South Mills; Deans, John Frederick, phi delta theta, Wilson; Dear, Morton, tau ep;;ilon phi. Char- lotte. Second Row: DeBank, Douglas Fredrick, Northport, N. Y.; DeBorde, Lyndon Walls, Elkin; Dees, Anthony Roane, Goldsboro; De- Maree, Robert Hall, Jr., ST. Anthony HALL. Pottstown, Pa.; Dimsdale, James Richard, Cramerton; Diseker, Mildred Ann, alpha gamma delta. Chapel Hill. Third Row: Doggelt, John Taylor, Greensboro; Dosher, Harry Randall, Chapel Hill; Droze, Haywood Daniel, Jr., alpha tau OMEGA, Washington, D. C; Duke, Ray- mond Langford, Jr., Apex; Dunlap, Benjamin Emerson, Wagram; Durst. Broadus E., Jr., phi kappa sigma, Dur- ham. Fourth Row: Edney, Greenwood, M., Marshall; Ed- wards, Robert L., Raleigh ; Edwards, Rudolph Lee, Rutherjordton; Eisenberg, Richard Harvey, tau ep.silon phi, Law- rence, N. Y.; EUedge, John Warren, Hays; Ellis, David Alfred, Gamboa, Canal Zone. Fifth Row: Ellis, William Geiger, delta upsilon, Penns Grove, N. J. ; Ellwanger, David Carroll, Ruffin; Epps, James Haws, HI, phi delta theta, John. ' ion City, Tenn.; Etheridge, William Douglas, pi kappa alpha, Oak City; Evans, Gabriel Mar- lin, High Point; Everett, Walter M., Arlington, Va. Sixth Row: Fair, Jackson Glenn, Jr., lambda chi alpha, Louisville, Ky.; Falk, Michael David, tau epsilon phi, Woodmere, N. Y.; Falls, Felix Crowder, Bes semer City; Falls, Robert Lawrence, Durham; Farrell, Frank Wilson, Jr., phi gamma delta, Lillington; Faucette, John Rob- erts, Swannanoa. Seventh Row: Ferrell, Robert Graham, sigma alpha EPSILON, Macon, Ga.; Fields, Curtis M., Jr., Thomasville; Fink, Gretchen Boles, Chapel Hill; Fitts, Walter Middelton, KAPPA ALPHA, Lexington, Ky.; Flahive, James Francis, Short Hills, N. J.; Floyd, David Allan, phi delta theta, Chatta- nooga, Tenn. Eighth Row: Flythe, S. Sutton, Jr., phi gamma delta, Fieldale, Va.; Fountain. James Andrew, SIGMA alpha epsilon, Macon, Ga.; Fox. John William, phi eta sigma, Clark, N. J.; Frasier. LeRoy Benjamin, Dur- ham ; Frasier, Ralph Kennedy, Durham ; Frazier, Richard Ernest, Goldsboro. Ninth Row: Fulcber, Walter Graham, Morehead City: Fultz. Fred Maxwell, Rural Hall; Furtado, Donahl Atlas, phi gamma DELTA, Garner; Furtado, Robert An- thony, Garner; Galloway, Robert, sigma alpha epsilon, Winston-Salem; Gans, Curtis B., Waynesville. ElEU . . . Class of 59 9 0 First Row: Garner, Oliver Francis, phi kappa SIGMA, Charlotte; Garrett, Cecil Frank- lin, Elizabeth City; Gibbons, Kenneth Craig, Jr., kappa sicma, Charlotte; Gil- bert, Alfred H., alpha tau omega, Chapel Hill; Giles, John Burke, Lex- ington; Gilliam, Ned Donald, phi eta SIGMA, Charlotte. Second Row: Gilliam, William Richard, Elon College; Givens, Michael Carlisle, Charlotte; Godwin, Herman Allen, Jr., pi kappa alpha, phi eta SIGMA, Dunn; Godwin, William Stan, Erwin; Goldsmith, Albert Lewis, Jr., CHi phi, Lincolnton; Good- man, Alvin Stewart, pi lambda phi, Charlotte. Third Row: Goodman, Edward Jay, zeta beta tau, Portsmouth, Va.; Gottlieb, Searaon H., Hampton, Va.; Grabs, Omnie Omily, Jr., King; Graham, Larry Gregson, LAMBDA CHI ALPHA, Goldston; Graus- man, Richard Irvin, zeta beta tau. New York, N. Y.; Gray, Bobby W., La Grange. Fourth Row: Gray, Robert McDonald, delta upsilon, PHI ETA SIGMA, Ft. Bragg; Green, Rod- ney Gay, Raleigh; Greenblott, Herbert Ira, TAU epsilon phi, W oodmere, N. Y.; Greene, Peter Sharpe, Blowing Rock; Greenspon, Stanley Philip, PI lambda PHI, Raleigh; Greer, Paul Stanley, Jr., Statesville, Fifth Row: Griffin, Carl Henderson, Rome, Ga.; Grimes, Thomas R., Wendell; Grodsky, Peter P., tau epsilon phi, Durham; Guy, Samuel Cole, kappa alpha, Pitts- burgh, Pa.; Gwynn, William Houston, Yanceyville; Hagaman, Robert Preston, Lenoir. Sixth Row: Hall, Jan Michael, Saluda; Hall, Ken- neth Tinsley, Jr., Durham; Hamill, Ros- coe Wilkins, III, Weldon; Hamilton, Phillip Ronald, McColl, S. C; Hamrick, Carol Foust, Shelby; Hardesty, Willis Stanton, pi kappa alpha. Rocky Mount. Seventh Row: Harding, Benjamin Renny, Mocksville; Hardison, Rossie Pinkney, Jr., Wallace; Hare, Jeffrey Averill, phi gamma delta, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Harrill, James Al- bert, Jr., PI kappa phi, Winston-Salem; Harris, Albert Perry, Nashville; Harris, Leon Johnson, theta chi, Henderson. Eighth Row: Harris, Mary Ben, New London; Har- rison, Henry Theo, Draper; Harriss, Herbert Henry, kappa sicma, Wilson; Hart, William Ardley, phi eta sigma, Fayetteville; Hartman, Alfred Pleasant, Winston-Salem; Hatcher, Wade Lemuel, Jr., Asheville. Ninth Row: Hatley, G. E., Jr., Albemarle; Hawkins, Herbert Henry, Triangle, Va.; Hayes, Lawrence Douglas, Kernersville ; Hayes, Michael Kelly, Greensboro; Hayworth, Ray Milton, Asheboro; Heitman, Henry Nading, Jr., Winston-Salem. Sophomores First Row: Helms, Harold Parks, Charlotte; Hemp- hill, Howard Donald, Greensboro; Hen- derson, Perrin Quarles, sicma alpha KPsii.ON, Charlotte; Henderson, William Douglas, Ellerbe; Hendren, William (irant, phi gamma delta. New Bern; Herring, Benjamin Casey, phi gamma OF.i.TA, Goldsboro. Second Row: Herring, Paul Donald, phi eta sicma, Clinton; Herring, Robert Babb, phi gamma delta, Goldsboro; Hess, G. Richard, Philadelphia, Pa.; Heyman, Edward Bruce, Hendersonville; Hick- man, William Elliott, Southport; Hick- mon, James Ralph, Wilmington. Third Row: Highsmith, James Milton, Roberson- ville; Hight, Bruce Furman, Henderson; Hill. Charles Martin, Chapel Hill; Hill, James G., Jr., sicma alpha epsilon. Smith field; Hill, Joseph Elwood, Deep Run : Hinkle, .Stoney G., Winston-Salem. I oiirth Row: Hinkley, Clark M., Waynesville; Hipps, Gary Melvin, phi eta sigma, Tyron; Hoard, Joseph Steve, HI, sigma nu, Tarboro; Hofler, Betty Carolyn, Gates- ville; Holland, Herman Miles, Cramer- ton ; Holland, Max Kermit, Statesville, Filth Row: Holmes, William Henry, Washington; Holt, Leonidas Causey, Julian; Hondros, John Louis, Winston-Salem; Hood, James Raefield, Dover; Hooper, Frank Ross, Reisdville; Hoover, Charles Evans, High Point. Sixth Row: Home, George Nelson, Bessemer City; Horner, William Edwin, Jr., sigma phi epsilon, Sanford; Horwitz, Burton Allan, PHI eta sigma, pi lambda phi, Raleigh; Houser, Wayne Logan, Vale; Houston, John Barr, Lenoir; Howard, Donald Kelly, alpha phi omeca, Shelby. Seventh Row: Howe, Duane Arlan, Roanoke Rapids; Hudson, Blaine Steven, Zirconia; Hund- ley. James Douglas, Danville, Va.; Hun- nicutt, John Edward, CHi psi, San Marino, Calij. ; Huntington, Charles Rid- dell, CHI PSI, Spartanburg, S. C; Hutch- ison, Allie Albert, theta chi, Winston- Salem. h2ighth Row: Hunt. Singleton Jarrett, Jr., PI kappa PHI, Wilmington; Husbands, Cecilia Anne, Chapel Hill; Hutton, Fred Prather, Jr., Sigma chi, Greensboro; Hyde, Virgil Eugene, High Point; Ikerd, Jerry Shelton, Manchester, Ky.; Ingle, Clyd R., Whitsett. Ninth Row: Inman, Franklin Pope, Jr., CHi phi, Kinston ; Iseley, Thomas Ruffin, Greens- boro; Jackson, Richard Owen, Chapel Hill; Jackson, Thomas Bryan, Jr., Kin- ston; Jacobsen, Eric Gottfried, PI LAMBDA PHI. Hollywood, Fta.; James, Ellis Whedon, Norjolk, Va. I i . . . Class of 59 First Row: Jamison, Victor Graham, Jr., Dover, Del.; Jennings, Edward Harrington, SICMA NU, Washington, D. C; Jennings, Richard Watts, alpha kappa psi, alpha PHI OMECA, Greensboro; Johnson, Atlee Rollins, Jr., Benson; Johnson, Dan Roni- mie, PHI ETA SIGMA, Winston-Salem; Johnson, Harold Weston, Jr., alpha phi OMEGA, Fuquay Springs. Second Row: Johnson, James Franklin, lambda chi ALPHA, Thomasville; Johnson, Johnny Richard, Angier; Johnson, Rollie Ches- ter, ALPHA PHI OMEGA, MooresvUle; Johnson, William Harrison, Jr., States- ville; Johnson, William Rhodes, Yancey- ville; Jolly, William Oscar, HI, alpha PHI OMEGA, Ayden. Third Row: Jones, Arthur Laidler, HI, Tryon; Jones, Chilton Robert, zeta psi, Tarboro; Jones, Jerry Lee, sicma nu, Raleigh; Jones, Timothy Llewellyn, Newport; Jordan, James Clyde, Jr., Greensboro; Joyce, Otis Pleasant, Jr., Stoneville. Fourth Row: Kahn, Howard Martin, Baltimore, Md.; Katzin, Alfred Julian, pi lambda phi, Winston-Salem ; Kay, Ira Stephen, zeta beta tau, Maplewood, N. J.; Kearns, Edwin Nick, Lexington; Kednocker, Sandra Kay, Chapel Hill; Keever. Daniel Clinton, Charlotte. Fifth Row: Kelly, Edward James, SIGMA alpha ep- siLON, Flemingsburg, Ky. ; Kemm, Ernst W. B., delta upsiLON, New York, N. Y.; Kenan, Glenn Lee, CHi phi, Asheboro; Kenan, Thomas Stephen, IV, alpha tai; OMEGA, Durham; Killian, Leonard Marion, Hickory; Killinger, Robert Peter, phi delta theta, Washington, D. C. Sixth Row: Kilpatrick, Joshua Marshall, Jr., Rober- sonville; Kimel, Jacob Daniel, Jr., phi eta SIGMA, Winston-Salem; Kindig, Rob- ert R., Leonia, N. J.; King, James Brown, Jr., Asheboro; King, J. Bruce, Matthews; King, Marvin Brown, Raleigh. Seventh Row: King, William Oliver, Louisburg; Knox. Harvey George, Greensboro; Knox. Leonard Ray, Davidson; Knox, Robert Joseph, SIGMA CHI, Salisbury; Koontz, Donald Ned, Elkin; Kouri, Moses Law- rence, Jr., SIGMA NU, Shelby. Eighth Row: Kridel, John Edgar, zeta beta tau, South Orange, N. J.; Kushner, Robert Lee, Jr., Danville, Va.; Lacy, Emmett Howell, Jr., SIGMA CHI, Winston-Salem; Lamm, Conrad Wayne, Bailey; Lane, James Garland, Jr., Rich Square; Laney, Neil] McCauley, phi gamma delta, Wilmington. Ninth Row: Larkee, Norman Holston, Morehead City; Lasley, John Archie, CHi psi, Winston-Salem; Laton, Joseph Franklin, Aberdeen; Lawing, Eugene Morris, Charlotte; Lay ton, Garrett Sipple, Bridgeville, Del.; Lazarus, Jack, Char- lotte. First Row: Leder, Paul Morton, pi lambda phi, Whiteville; Lee, James Ottawa, Leaks- ville; Lee, Lauchlin McKinnon, Lumber- ton; Lee, Robert Walker, phi eta sicma, Salisbury; Lefkowitz, Louis Hirsch, tau EPSILON PHI, Spring Valley, N. Y.; Lefler, Wade Hampton, Jr., Newton. Second Row: Leonard, Charles Jerry, Charlotte; Lewis, Thomas Earl, Hendersonville; Light, James Madison, Jr., Leaksville; Lind, Edward William, Greensboro; Lindsey, Gordon Hunter, sicma phi EPSILON, Great Neck, N. Y. ; Lineweaver, Francis B., sicma chi, Greensboro. Third Row: LinviUe, Frederick Larry, sicma phi EPSILON, Kernersville; Little, Howard Q. L., Gibsonville ; Little, James Thomas, Jr., SIGMA NU, Greenville; Lloyd, Thomas Philip, Jr., Chapel Hill; Lohr, Lawrence Luther, Jr., alpha chi sicma, phi eta SICMA, Raleigh; Lomax, John William, SIGMA chi, Charlotte. Fourth Row: Long, Gerald Alexander, sicma chi, Burlington; Long, James Monroe, chi PSI, Blanch; Long, Leonard Lee, delta sicma pi, Franklin; Lore, Richard Karl, Roanoke Rapids; Lowder, Robert Estus, Kannapolis; Lowe, Carroll Douglas, Colerain. Fifth Row: Lowe, Lester Vincent, Jr., Chadbourn: Luesing, William Henry, Jr., delta KAPPA EPSILON, Huntington, W. Va.; Lyon, Boyce, Marion, Traphill; Lyon, John Dailey, Wake Forest; McCain, Robert Maxwell, Jr., Waxhaw: McCal- lister, Richard Anthony, Elmhurst, 111. Sixth Row: McCarter, William Ronald, Burlington; McClure, Horace Edward, Spruce Pine; McCoy, Dennis Frederick, sigma chi. Upper Montclair, N. J.; McColl, David Kenneth, H, beta theta pi, Bennetts- ville, S. C; McCollum, Robert LeVan, Reidsville; McCollum, Tim Gordon, Greensboro. Seventh Row: McCreight, David Wilson, Ruby, S. C; McCuiston, William Thomas, Greens- boro; McDaniel, Eugene Marvin, Jr., phi delta theta, Martinsville, Va.; McDaniel, Oscar David, Jr., Durham; McDavid, Evans, Jr., Fayetteville; McGraw, David James, phi kappa sicma, Greensboro. Eighth Row: McGuire, Roger Kilby, Boone; Mclnnis, Harry Leon, Goldsboro; Mclntyre, Neal Duncan, Red Oak; Mclver, Frank Thomas, kappa alpha, Greensboro; McKee, John Sasser, IH, zeta psi, Mor- ganton; McKnight, Edward Wiley, Jr., Chapel Hill. Ninth Row: McLeod, James Benton, Raeford; McLester, William Dumas, Lumberton; McNaull, William Dresser, Jr., Char- lotte; McNeely, James B., Jr., Drexel; McNeely, Richard Pope, Statesville; McPherson, Henry Clay, High Point. Sophomores J y i . . . Class of 59 First Row: Mackie, Edgar Berry, pi kappa phi, Granite Falls; Maddrey, Charles Hog- gard, Ahoskie; Maddux, Mason Ran- dolph, Jr., THETA CHI, Boone; Magner, James Edward, Bethesda, Md.; Mal- colm, James Blair, Charlotte; Manning, Oren Reid, TAU epsilon phi, Gastonia. Second Row: Marder, Stuart Charles, Rockville, Md.; Margolis, Herman Albert, St. Pauls; Markham, Robert Wade, Apex; Mar- nane, Patrick Joseph, Arlington, Va.; Marshall, Samuel W., Jr., Tabor City; Martin, Jan Bailey, Mayodan. Third Row: Mason, John Beard, New Bern; Massen- gill, Anna Virginia, Chapel Hill; Mas- sengill, Herman Edward, Chapel Hill; Mattox, Harry Webb, Murphy; Mauldin, Bobby Ray, China Grove; Mauldin, Philip Baxter, China Grove. Fourth Row: Mauney, W. Michael, Shelby; May- berry, Roland Leroy, Gastonia; May- danis, George Andrew, Charlotte; Mayo, George E., Ill, Fremont; Meehan, Richard Carl, Charlotte; Meginnis, Glenna Coleen, Asheville. Fifth Row: Melville, Robert Harold, pi kappa phi, Whiteville; Manzel, James Harry, delta UPSILON, Southern Pines; Mercer, Chris- topher Melchor, Washington, D. C; Merriman, William Watkins, Raleigh; Metcalf, Clifton Blake, Brevard; Millen, Don W., PHI DELTA THETA, PHI ETA SIGMA, Charlotte. Sixth Row: Miller, Bruce Canfield, Rocky Mount; Miller, Bruce T., Morrisville; Miller, Gerald Wayne, Denton; Miller, Warren Martin, Arlington, Va.; Millican, James Tex, Raleigh; Mills, Walter David, Charlotte. Seventh Row: Mincey, David Lawrence, ST. anthonv HALL, Charlotte; Minschew, William Edward, Jr., Wilson; Mirman, Stephen A.. Raleigh; Mobley, Clay Norman, CHI PHI, Charlotte; Montgomery, Leslie Grayson, Semora; Moore, Carl Sidney, Lexington. Eighth Row: .Moore, Charles Vance, Chapel Hill; Moore, Don Reginald, theta chi. North Wilkesboro ; Moore, James Edgar, siCMA NlJ, Greenville; Moore, Leopold Paul, Montreat; Morris, Anthony, CHi phi, Alexandria, Va.; Morris, Kenny Jordan, Newton Grove. Ninth Row: Morris, Philip Milton, sicMA phi ep- silon, Concord; Morris, Robert Edwin, Grijton; Morrow, Richard Thomas, phi KAPPA SIGMA, Washington, D. C; Moser, Darrell Kirk, Graham; Moser, Kenneth Rex, Graham; Moss, Dyer Spring, Jr., SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON, Charlotte. Sophomores First Row: Mullen, Neil C, Lincolnton; Murphy, Donald Lee, Winston-Salem; Myatt, George P., phi gamma delta. High Point; Myers, David Walter, Winston- Salem; Myrick, Maynard Wilbur, Dur- ham; Nash, Brent Drane, zeta psi, Tarhoro. Second Row: Nailer, Arthur Augustus, Jr., beta theta PI, Greensboro ; Nelms, Thomas Dorsey, Nashville; Nelson, Cora Louise, Chapel Hill; Nester, Jerry Glenn, Mt. Airy; Neville, Graham Riley, Enfield; Nevif- man, Michael Stanford, High Point. Third Row: Newton, Robert Sasser, Jr., Wilming- ton; Nibbehnk, Jan C, High Point; Nicholas, Donald William, Winston- Salem; Nichols, William Randolph, Ahoskie; Noblin, Charles Royster, Ox- ford; Norris, John Bryant, Oxjord. Fourth Row: Nushan, Marvin George, pi lambda phi, Salisbury; Olson, Bob Mortimer, Kenly; Otter, Gene Barnard, Roseboro; Owen, Herbert Paul, Jr., St. Pauls; Owens, John Bruce, phi gamma delta. High Point; Paffe, Clement A., Winston- Salem. Fifth Row: Paige, George Robert, sicma phi ep- silon, Reidsvitle; Pallet, Lewis Aaron, SIGMA alpha mij. New Orleans, La.; Palmer, William Lea, delta kappa ep- silon, Valdese; Parker, Eugene Whit- lock, 4 6emar e; Parker, William Frank- lin, Statesville; Parrish, David Graham, Raleigh. Sixth Row: Pashales, George James, Durham; Pat- rick, James Thomas, delta kappa ep- siLON, Hickory; Patterson, Fredrick Brocton, Asheboro; Patteson, John Her- bert, phi delta theta, Wilson; Paxton, William Calter, Jr., zeta psi, Wilson; Payne, Josephine, Washington, D. C. Seventh Row: Peacock, Willie Gordon, Benson ; Pearce, Robert Jackson, Jr., Greensboro; Peck, Harvey, phi eta sigma, Durham; Peck, Robert Young, kappa alpha, Albemarle; Peeler, Larry Dixon, sicma chi, Salis- bury; Pendergraph, Robert Adolphus, Durham. Eighth Row: Pendergraft, Stuart Hall, Chapel Hill; Peppers, James F., Marion; Phelan, Leo Haid, III, PHI kappa sigma, Charlotte; Phillips, Edward L., Jr., Durham; Phillips, George Lee, Marion; Phillips, William Frank, Jr., lambda chi alpha, (Charlotte. Ninth Row: Phipps, Carl Spencer, Wendell; Pinkle- ton. Jack G., Grover; Pinto, Paul Mad- dox, Waco, Tex. ; Pittman, James Evans, TAU EPSILON PHI, Williamston; Pollard, Andrew James, Ft. Meade, Fla.; Poplin, Johnny Gaskin, Albemarle. . . . Class of 59 First Row: Post, Allen Williams, Jr., Atlanta, Ga.; Fitter, James Daniel, Goldsboro; Price, Hugh Curtis, Greensboro; Price, Max Manuel, Asheville; Proctor, Cecil McCall, Jr., Chapel Hill ; Proctor, Jim- mie Creech, phi gamma dki.ta, Fuquay Springs. Second Row: Pugh, Donald Lacy, Asheboro; Pultz, Alan Laverne, CHI p.si, Greensboro; Purgason, Jerry Glenn, Guilford Col- lege; Purks, James Harris, HI, CHi phi, Raleigh ; Raiford, Robert Chase, Erwin ; Ramheaut, Walter Glenn, Morrisville. Third Row: Rand, Tom Slade, delta kappa epsilon, Fremont; Rattay, Herbert Raymond, CHi PHI, Irvington, N. J.; Ray, Waller Allen, Winston-Salem; Read, James Milton, Jr., Halifax; Reaves, Hubert D., Jr., Fayetteville; Reavis, Charles Augustus, Raleigh. Fourth Row: Redding, Donald Sanborn, As heboro; Reece, William Todd, phi kappa sicma, Andrews; Reed, Charles Baker, Sylva; Reed, John Henry, sicma phi epsilon, Poland, Ohio; Resch, Alan Dewey, ALPHA PHI OMEGA, Siler City; Reston, Richard Fulton, phi delta theta, Wash- ington, D. C. Fifth Row: Reyner, Charles Stephen, pi lambda phi, Greenville, S. C; Reynolds, Frances Ellen, alpha gamma delta, Newton; Reynolds, James Coerr, Babylon, N. Y.; Reynolds, James Elmer, Mount Airy; Reynolds, Peter Lee, phi gamma delta, Westfield, N. J.; Rhyne, Henry Henkel, Jr.. Mount Holly. Sixth Row: Richard, Bobby Donald, High Point; Riggs, Bobby Eugene, Mebane; Riley, Milton, Thomas, Jr., Fuquay Springs; Rivenbark, Fred A., Norfolk, Va.; Rob- bins, Edmond Garland, Sea Girt, N. J.; Roberson, William Randall, Clinton. Seventh Row: Roberts, Bennett W. C, delta kappa epsilon, Durham; Roberts, James Faust. kappa SIGMA, Christiansburg, Va.; Rob- inson, Richard Hampton, West Cramer- ton; Robinson, Robert Houston, st. ANTHONY HALL, Georgetown, Del.; Rogers, Ted, PHI eta sicma, pi kappa ALPHA, Waynesville; Rodgers, Thomas Swain, High Point. Eighth Row: Rogerson, John Edward, Williamston; Rollins, Dexter Leake, sicma nu, Dallas, Tex.; Rollins, Edwin Morris, Jr., zeta psi, Charlotte; Rollins, John Avery, Hendersonville; Rollins, Robert Jeffer- son, Winston-Salem; Roper, Eric Rus- sell, PHI camma delta, Plandome, N. Y. Ninth Row: Rosenthal, Hugh M., Pi lambda phi, Shelby; Ross, Charles Albert, CHi phi, Kingsport, Tenn.; Rowland, George Ed- ward, Mocksville; Rucker, Adin Henry, Jr., SIGMA NU, Spindale; Ruff, John Walter, Charlotte; Rush, Benjamin Christopher, Star. Wl m WmM Sophomores First Row: Saboski, Thomas Paul, Hickory; Saffo, George Vassilios, Jr., Wrightsville Beach; Sagner, Arnold Ira, zeta beta TAU, Baltimore, Md.; Saunders, Susan Murphy, Chapel Hill; Scarborough, Dawson Emerson, Yanceyville; Schat- ken, Nancy Leah, alpha gamma delta, JTalton, N. Y. Second Row: Schein, Stephen, zeta Bf;TA tau, Beau- fort, S. C; Schiffman, Arnold Anthony, SIGMA CHI, Greensboro; Schwartz, Elliott Murnick, phi eta sigma, pi lambda phi, Charlotte; Scott, Harry White, sigma NU, Greenville; Scott, Samuel Edwin, PHI eta SIGMA, Burlington; Scruggs, Joe Edward, Cliffside. Third Row: Scurlock, David Caesar, Greensboro ; Secrest, Alvin Jack, Shelby; Seltzer, James LeRoy, Enon Valley, Pa.; Senter, Hubert Wayne, Kipling; Sermons, Wil- liam Oscar, Havelock; Sessoms, Richard Darrow, Rockingham. Fourth Row: Setzer, George Edward, High Point; Shapard, John Albert, Jr., High Point; Sharp, Douglas Wilson, Madison; Sharpe, Charles Manley, Elom College; Sharpe, Hubert Houston, Winston- Salem; Shaw, Foy J., CHi phi, Durham. Fifth Row: Shearin, Herman Thomas, Whitakers; Shearin, Wiley Henry, Jr., Rocky Mount; Shelton, Charles Randal, Win- ston-Salem; Sherrill, Robert Calvin, Jr., Acme; Shields, Jerry Ashburn, phi theta kappa, Kernersville; Shinn, Hal Jerome, Jr., kappa alpha, Gafjney, S. C. Sixth Row: Shirley, Morris Clinton, Jr., Morganton; Shoaf, Paul Adams, Winston-Salem; Shuford, Harley Ferguson, Jr., delta KAPPA EPSILO? , Hickory; Shuford, Rob- ert Freeman, Arden; Singleton, James A., HI, PI KAPPA ALPHA, Red Springs; Sloan, Charles H., delta upsilon, Ar- lington, Va. Seventh Row: Sloan, David Bryan, Jr., phi gamma delta, Wilmington; Smith, Albert Syd ney, Pink Hill; Smith, Alvin Keith Mount Gilead; Smith, Dexter Norris Burlington: Smith, Ewell Clark, delta KAPPA EPSILON, New Richmond, Ind. Smith, Fred J., Morganton. Eighth Row: Smith, Garner Roosevelt, Harmony; Smith, Margaret Ann, Catonsville, Md.; Smith, Richard H., Arlington, N. J.; Smith, Sam Irby, Roanoke Rapids; Smyre, Billy Mac, Newton; Sneed, Wil- liam Thompson, Oxford. Ninth Row: Snyder, Lawrence Harlan, Chapel Hill; Southerland, Robert Morris, pi kappa ALPHA, Durham; Sowers, Charles Lewis, Salisbury; Spake, Eugene W., Char- lotte; Spencer, Robert D., delta sigma PI, Charlotte; Stacy, Walter Malcolm, Durham. J . . . Class of 59 First Row: Steck, Frederick Herbert, alpha tau OMEGA, Towson, Md.; Steele, James Thomas, Dobson; Steele, Richard Earle, PHI KAPPA SIGMA, PHI MU ALPHA, Char- lotte; Stephenson, Larry Adams, Willow Springs ; Stessel, Harold Edward, Peeks- kill, N. Y.; Stevens, James Timothy, Allentown, Pa. Second Row: Stokes, Julia Ann, Hertford; Stone, Richard C, Jr., Raleigh; Stribling, Jess H., Jr., MGMA PHI EPSILON, Evanston, III. ; Strickland, Nathlee Curtis, Jr., Kan- napolis; Strigo, Bobby Gene, Graham; Styne, Earl M., Jr., Greensboro. Third Row: Suckow, David Henry, Bowmansvilte, N. Y.; Sugg, William Archie, Jr., CHi psi, Winston-Salem; Summerlin, Albert Eugene, sigma alpha epsilon, Savan- nah, Ga.; Summey, James Wirt, HI, Gastonia; Sumner, Charles Wayne, Eto- wah; Taber, George Lindley, Glen Saint Mary, Fla. Fourth Row: Talley, James Maynard, Jr., sigma nu, Durham; Taylor, Ben W., Williamston; Taylor, David Joel, Burlington; Taylor, James Louis, Durham; Taylor, John Dimiter, West Palm Beach, Fla.; Tay- lor, Lawrence Arthur, Jr., phi eta SIGMA, Reidsville. Fifth Row: Taylor, William Howard, ST. Anthony HALL, Aberdeen; Tedder, John A., Mount Gilead; Tenenbaum, Lee Josel, PHI ETA SIGMA, ZETA BETA TAU, Atlanta, Ga.; Tharrington, James Harold, kappa ALPHA, Raleigh; Thomas, Charles Avery, Jr., ALPHA PHI OMEGA, Burlington; Thomas, Charles Walter, Tillsonburg, Ont. Sixth Row: Thomas, Robert E., Ramseur; Thompson, Charles Raymond, Asheville ; Thompson, Edmund Lee, Graham; Thompson, James Cleveland, Jr., Durham; Thomp- son, William Cannon, Jr., Roanoke Rapids; Thorpe, Alexander Proudfit, III, ZETA PSI, Rocky Mount. Seventh Row: Tiller, Claude Baker, Draper; Tillman, Jesse Melvin, Jr., Durham; Timberlake, Roberts Edgar, sigma chi, Lexington; Tino, David Ricker, phi eta sigma, Chapel Hill; Toler, William Henry, Jr., Rocky Mount; Tolin, Earls Welsh, Jr., New Holland, Pa. Eighth Row: Tolman, Ethan Colby, Dublin, N. H.; Towe, Joseph Henry, phi gamma delta, Hertford; Tribus, Donald McCampbell, Staten Island, N. Y.; Tucker, William Gordon, Charlotte; Tugraan, Stuart Grady, Jr., Boone; Turlington, McRae, Dunn. Ninth Row: Turner, Robert Alexander, CHI pSi, Lanett, Ala.; Turner, Shelton Jackson, Castalia; Umstead, Garry Ewell, Ba- hama; IJmstead, Larry Lyon, Bahama; Underwood, William Emmett, sigma chi, Charlotte; Upchurch, Jimmy Walker, Apex. Soph omoresi First Row: Upton, Stephen Richard, Jr., kappa ALPHA, Smithfield; Vaden, Harold Wayne, Reidsville; Valentine, James Francis, Nashville; VanHorn, Fred Earl, Murphy; Vaughan, John Southgate, Woodland; Vaughan, Richard Boiling, 111, Chapel Hill. Second Row: Veasey, Luther David, Durham; Vess, Marvin Claude, Jr., Marion; Vick, Ben- jamin Richard, CHi phi, Asheboro; Wag- goner, Julius Daniel, Salisbury; Wainer, Theodore Reuben, PI lambda phi, Win- ston-Salem; Waitman, Albert Marvin, phi eta SIGMA, pi LAMBDA PHI, Fayette- ville. Third Row: Walker, Kenneth Russell, Spartanburg, S. C; Walker, Robert Glenn, Jr., delta kappa epsilon. Hickory; Walters, Charlie Robertson, Salisbury; Wear- mouth, William Harvey, Greenville, S. C; Weaver, George Walter, phi delta theta, Arlington, Va.; Weaver, H. Michael, Greensboro, Fourth Row: Weaver, Roy Albert, Four Oaks; Weiss, Howard Irving, pi lambda phi. High Point; Welborn, James Ray, Marion; Welch, Jack H., Williamston; Wells, Harry W., Jr., kappa Sigma, Chevy Chase, Md. ; Westbrook, James Augustus, SIGMA PHI EPSILON, Goldsboro. Fifth Row: Whaling, Eugene Cox, Winston-Salem; Whitaker, John Clarke, delta kappa EPSILON, Winston-Salem; White, James Grady, Charlotte; White, Jerry Michael, SIGMA PHI EPSILON, Winston-Salem; Whitehurst, Kenneth Wayne, Beaufort; Whiteside, William Scott, Asheville. Sixth Row: Whitty, John Randolph, New Bern; Wiggs, Robert Shelton, Goldsboro; Wil- kins, Robert Mason, Durham; Williams, Clyde Franklin, Burlington ; Williams, David Robert, alpha phi omega, Biscoe; Williams, John Robert, Black Mountain, Seventh Row: Williams, Philip Tuttle, Jr., sicma ALPHA EPSILON, Charlotte; Williams, Randy, beta theta pi, Asheville; Wil- liams, Richard Edward, Fayetteville; Williams, Robert Whitfield, phi kappa tau, Currituck; Williams, William Tyre, Rockingham; Williamson, Phillip Ray, Wilson. Eighth Row: Williford, Carl Patrick, Angier; Willis, Gordon Caryal, Jr., Morehead City; Willis. Richard Weldon, Jr., Asheville; Wills, John Hall, Charlotte; Wilson, Frank Douglas, Jr., kappa alpha, Roanoke Rapids; Wilson, James War- ren, Summit, N. J. Ninth Row: Wilson, John David Bruce, Westport, Conn.; Wilson, Robert Murray, delta upsiLON, Asheboro; Wilson, Roger Allen, New York, N. Y,; Wilson, Walter Warren, Jr., zeta psi, Graniteville, S, C; Windus, Donald Taylor, Haddonfield, N. J.; Wirkus, Faustin Edmund, sicma CHI, Baltimore, Md. I ores Class of ' ' 59 First Row: Withers, Abner Carr, Spencer; Woltz, John Montgomery, Jr., Sigma chi, Greensboro; Wood, Thomas Benbury, ZETA psi, Edenton; Woodard, Kenneth Paul, Selma; Woods, Douglas Harvey, Hillsboro; Worsley, George Lawrence, Jr., Rocky Mount. Second Row: Wright, George Carver, Jr., Mt. Airy; Wright, John Pat, Kinston; Yancey, Sam M., ALPHA TAU OMEGA, Mariou; Yates, Scott Tucker, alpha tau omega, Asheboro; Younce, Charles Pearson, SIGMA alpha epsilon, Grecnsboro; Young, Charles Sherrill, Catawba. Third Row: Young, Jerald T., Marion; Zlotnicki, Bogdan, Michael, alpha phi omega. Colon. After assembling for ceremonies at the steps of South Building and following the traditional pantomime cornerstone laying of Old East Building — oldest state university structure in the nation — in the 163rd annual University Day pageant on October 12, the procession gathered at Davie Poplar to conclude the program with the singing of " Hark the Sound. " 1 m i «•• fi 4 1 f t x a n i± fl«4q Members of the YRC are, seated, Diane Fogleman, Secretary; Jim Steele, Membership Chairman; Alvene Williams, Assistant Secretary; Keith S. Snyder, President; Sally English, Treasurer; Luke Corbett, Program and Activities Chairman; and Jerry Camp- bell, Chairman of the Executive Committee. Standing, members of the Executive Committee are P. H. Craig; Alvin Rankin, Jr.; Stony Hinkle; David Smoot, Editor of Campus Young Republican News; Ted Smith; Eric D. Elliot; John W. Adams; Dave Suckow; Bill Sugg; John Moller; Linnie Von Wilier; Lucie Dearing; Jackie Hunt; W. E. Houser; Wayne Whitehurst; George V. Saffo, Jr., Denton Lotz; Elizabeth Russell; and Nash Mcintosh. The purpose of the Young Republicans Club is to acquaint college students with the objectives, ideals and principles of the Republican Party. The club also furnishes a means of acquainting mem- bers with the structure and personalities of our political life. It develops and fulfills an interest in the political issues of the day. Glancing back over the activities of the YRC dur- ing the 1956-1957 school year, one sees the coming- of-age of the club, with a new-found spirit of vitality as the most outstanding accomplishment. This was manifested in many ways; for example, the mem- bership increased spectacularly, reaching almost 400 members. The club proposed a campus-wide mock presidential election and then united in a tremendous effort which shattered precedent by electing a Republican candidate — Eisenhower — for the first time in modern campus history. These achievements are indicative of the new-found spirit and interest which characterize the club at present. Other activities were also prominent in the cal- endar of events. Four lovely Young Republicans were entered in the Yack Beauty contest. We were proud to see Miss Sally English selected as a mem- ber of the Queen ' s Court. In the fall the club was host to representatives from other college YRC clubs throughout the state for a College Council meeting. Joint rallies with other schools were al- ways enjoyable, especially those with W.C. The victory celebration on election night climaxed a hotly contested campaign; even the die-hard Demo- crats had a gay time at this party. Speeches by prominent Republicans were presented by the club. Guest speakers included Kyle Hayes, Republican candidate for governor, and John Wilkinson, a leading attorney in Eastern North Carolina. Second semester activities were highlighted by the statewide convention of Young Republicans, held in Winston-Salem. Carolina was well repre- sented through the largest group of delegates ever to attend a state convention. The year ' s work was climaxed by a party and banquet in May, high- lighted by the installation of the new officers. The primary goal of the UNC Young Republi- cans is to hasten the end of one party domination in North Carolina. We are firm believers in a two party system and are dedicated to this end. We feel that most of the economic ills of North Carolina are directly and indirectly a result of one party politics. Keith S. Snyder, President. Captain Grover Brown Although Coach Marvin Allen had one of the potentially strongest soccer teams in the school ' s history, three unexpected losses at the end of the season blemished what was an almost perfect season. Starting the season in an impressive manner, Tar Coach Marvin Allen Heel hooters won their first four games, scoring 18 goals and allowing only 3. The first UNC win over Lynchburg 5-0 on Fetzer Field was followed by vic- tories over Washington and Lee 4-1, Davidson 2-0 and N. C. State 7-2. The Virginia Cavaliers ended the winning streak 2-0 and started the Tar Heels on a losing stretch in which they lost two more games to conference foes Duke and Maryland. Coach Allan ' s first-rate goalie Chuck Hartman had his best season as a goal tender with two shut- outs. The forward wall was sparked by Captain Grover Brown, John Foster and Coleman Barks. s ccen. First Row: Jim Purks, Ted Smith, Pete Killinger, Coleman Barks, Charles Covell, Bill Blair, Grover Brown, Pat McCor- mick, Ted Jones, Dave Corkey, Mike Galifianakis, Rick Grausman. Second Row: Manager Lief Erickson, Gaylord Cowan, Herbert Rattay, Theodore Youhanna, Bob Brugge worth, Pete Paulos, Wilson Cooper, Charles Oyer, Bob Borden, Don Cobb, Coach Marvin Allen. 151 1 uon miton tf ' dele By fall 1958, Tar Heel men will be enjoying the accommodations of three new dormitories, bringing the number of UNC men ' s dormitories to twenty-two. It ' s a strange feeling when you meet someone you ' ve never seen before and know that you ' ll live with him or her for a year. You find out about each other and after a while you can feel some of the esprit that makes for growing up. Your officers come around in a frantic effort to get everyone to A setting sun silhouettes the collegiate Gothic style of Battle Dormitory, erected in 1912 fac- ing onto Chapel Hill ' s main street. the meetings on time and there ' s always the intra- mural manager or WAA representative who is con- tinually on the lookout for someone to fill out the badminton team. The people next door have a hi-fi set that plays until two every morning and you try to study and inevitably end up in a bull session, hen party or card game that lasts into the late night. During elec- tions you are cursed with an unending stream of politicians who will never understand that they lose your vote as soon as they stick that pamphlet into your uneager hand. At the end of the year you say goodbye to your roomie and wonder how you could know someone so well in nine months. In January Dean Carmichael was " at home " to members of the stu- dent body, faculty and administration in Spencer Hall, to which the comforts of an additional seventy-five-room wing are bciiii; added. I I i i t i Members of the WRC are, seated: Betsy French, Treasurer; Joy Earp, Vice-Chairman; Peggy Funk, Chairman; Lee Ann Curtis, Secretary; Mrs. Mase Neil, Advisor; and Barbara Moore; standing: Margot Hammond, Representative from Women ' s Honor Council; Jean Peay; Eve McClatchey; Evalyn Hosterman; Barbara Battle; Julia Ann Crater; Jeanne Sillay; Dot Pressley; Carol Jones; Margie Staub; Anne Smith; Tita White; Cater Baxley; Marilyn Strum; Joanne Fitzgerald; Deane Coats; and Polly Clarenback. i Women ' s Residence Council is the women ' s legis- lative body of the Student Government. The Council assumes the responsibility of establishing dormitory and social rules, of granting late permission, of sponsoring a campus-wide leadership training pro- gram for women, and of making the University a better place in which to work and grow. Each spring the editor of the Women ' s Handbook and the Chair- man of Women ' s Orientation are selected by the Council. In executing its duties the Women ' s Resi- dence Council works in cooperation with the Office of the Dean of Women, the Women ' s Honor Council and the Administration of the University. Presided over by a chairman elected in the spring campus elections, the Council is composed of the dormitory presidents, one junior elected as repre- sentative-at-large from each women ' s dormitory, sorority house managers. House Council coordina- tor from the Women ' s Honor Council, and an ex- officio member from the Office of the Dean of Women. The positions of vice-chairman, secretary and treasurer are filled from the Council in the fall. Il Peggy Funk. President E HBf " p ■ X .: m i ! UNC ' s seven women ' s dormitories usually hold informal house meet- ings once a week after eleven o ' clock closing hours. Men ' i IDC officers are, seated: Gene Weathers, IDC Court; Sonny Hallford, President; Tom Walters, Secretary; and Neil Bass, Vice-President; standing: Bob Carter, Treasurer. The Interdormitory Council serves the students that live in men ' s dormitories in various ways. It acts as their governing agency and represents them to the administration. The IDC also aids the dorms in planning social events and sponsors receptions after football games and the Tennis Ball in the spring. Jane Brock receives honorary member- ship in the IDC from President Sonny Hallford. IDC Executive Council Members are, seated: Stan Garriss, Bob Carter, Benny Thomas, Whit Whit- field, Frank Brown and Tom Walters; standing: Don Matkins, Julius Banzet, Sonny Hallford, Neil Bass, and Jimmy Womble. live of a in ninet( .Wlier Jomiior 154 i Interdormitory Council j| 1 fPP ' - ' wSs ' . h.§.m We-i ' ! . ,17 K£ ' 1 ' Sf Sm 11 m m President Hallford presents membership certificates to IDC Representatives. The council itself is composed of an executive committee and the President and IDC Representa- tive of each dorm. Over three thousand men living in nineteen dorms were represented this year. Another integral part of the group is the Inter- dormitory Court which tries all violations of dormi- tory regulations. Shirley Carpenter was selected as Dormitory Sweetheart for 1956-57. 155 M Chi Psi pledges Art Schwerzel and Jerry Adams assist beauty contestant Jackie Ald- ridge through the arch. Co-Beauty Editors Judy Davis and Gene Whitehead inspect the Queen ' s crown. i The Phi Kappa Sigma Dixieland Combo entertained during intermission. One hundred three of Carolina ' s loveliest coeds gathered in Memorial Hall November 8, 1956, to present judges Monk Jennings, Ty Boyd and Char- lie Cash with the unenviable task of selecting the 1957 Yack Beauty Queen and her court of fourteen Princesses. Beauty, music by Flip Latham and his Combo plus entertainment at intermission by the Phi Kappa Sigma Dixieland Combo made the con- test, directed by Co-Beauty Editors Judy Davis and Gene Whitehead and emceed by Jimmy Capps, speed rapidly by. Three eliminations, forty-five cigarettes, and one hundred eighty nervous minutes after starting time, Martha Williford was the judges ' choice for Queen, while flashbulbs, kisses, congratulations and chaos greeted fifteen happy girls backstage. The long-awaited result: fifteen happy campus beauties have stepped through the arch as announced by Jimmy Capps a mid the approving applause of the audience. Beauty judge Monk Jennings tabulates a final score. eacitce iss Tl artha Williford QUEEN OF THE 1957 YACKETY YACK II sponsored by Kappa Alpha ALL PORTRAITS MADE IN THE MOREHEAD BUILDING t iss f r ianan (Bid zens sponsored by Chi Psi i 1 iss parole woo d Sponsored hy the Stray Greeks O © CO 162 1 iss Vatsy Poytkress Sponsored by St. Anthony Hall iss Jackie Mldndge sponsored by Ruffin Dormitory 00 C 0 165 s iss oris Mdkins sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon ' r. N CO 5S 5 5: iss Liicinda htolderness sponsored by Beta Theta Pi C D CO s C D C D ' • -i r J o " ! " • s ( ?s 169 sponsored by Pi Kappa Alpha iss Vat T)illon Sponsored by Pi Kappa Alpha ) ISS anan T)udley Sponsored by Delta Kappa Epsilon O CO PiKA clown Wink Hardesty presents the winning trophy to " football player " Judy Dockery and Chi Phi Ben Burbridge. Ka! PC y fl 1 1 ' 1 H 1 1 fi 1 ■ l s = 1 __ _.- j:;:: .— . sik-r-? " - B fe W Kk I " ▼ v B I lfeMitai» Military precision uas Icatured in the parade by the AFROTC Drill Team and the NROTC Drum and Bugle Corps. PcK i Scat Vo i Highlighting a season of colorful pre-game ral- lies and parades, the annual Beat Dook Float Parade sponsored by Pi Kappa Alpha rolled away from Woollen Gymnasium on the afternoon of November 20. After watching the crowning of the PiKA Beat Dook Queen, Miss Lucinda Holderness, Junior coed from Greensboro, the crowd of students gathered in front of the gymnasium saw the thirty-five floats entered by sororities, fraternities and dormitories begin their circular course through the campus. Marching in the parade were the Lincoln High School Band, the UNC Band, the NROTC Drum and Bugle Corps and the AFROTC Drill Team. Miss Holderness, chosen from among twenty- seven contestants, reigned over the parade with the six members of her court from atop the Pi Kappa Alpha float. Winning in the sorority division, the Tri Delt float took as its slogan " Between the Devil and the Deep Blue ' C ' . " The Chi Phi entry, carrying a huge cannon from which peered a Duke Blue Devil and bearing the title, " Pogo Says ' Blast Dook ' , " took the honors in the fraternity division. Displaying a devil clawing at the " Pearly Gates " and the label " Devil, You ' re Above Your Level, " Smith Dormitory ' s float was chosen most outstanding of the women ' s dor- mitory entries. Mangum Dormitory ' s sheet-draped " Queen, " waving from a convertible, won the prize for the best men ' s dormitory entry. A battered Blue Devil peering from a huge black cannon bearing the title, " Pogo Says ' Blast Dook ' , " brought top fraternity float honors to Chi Phi. With PiKA Beat Dook Queen Lucinda Holderness are members of her court, clockwise, Shirley Carpenter, Mary Louise Bizzell, Nancy McFadden, Pat Dillon, Barbara Honey and Val Von Ammon. A |iW " ' ' Faculty Elizabeth Kcnible, Dean Barbara Bernard Luetta Booe Ruth Dalrymple Beulah Gautefald Alice Gifford Rebecca Hill Eula Hux Audrey Janow Patsy Johnson Sylvia Kiger Eloise Lewis Ruth Lindberg Ann Molleson Mary Randolph Julia Smith Evangeline Soutsos Marion Wood The University of North Carolina School of Nursing, a unit within the Division of Health Affairs, provides educational opportunities for young women interested in becoming pro- fessional nurses. The School of Nursing offers a program leading to the degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing and covering two calendar and two academic years. The University Health Center, located on the campus in Chapel Hill, provides hospital and out-patient experience in many fields, and includes a large general hospital, a tubercu- losis hospital and a psychiatric unit. Additional experiences are offered through the cooperation of day care centers, health departments, rural hospitals and other community agencies. Qualified graduate nurses who have received a diploma from an approved school of nursing are also admitted to this program. The School of Nursing also provides opportunity for gradu- ate study leading to the degree Master of Science in Nursing. ' ■; Vi 176 llfflit ?Pfo- ?aii(i [ " Bis ace in lierot ieaces bealtt ades. I from irsiiif. Fourth Year Senior Class officers are Sarah Burt, President; Ann Page, Social Chairman; Anne Haney, Vice-President; Nancy Haines, Secretary; Margaret Davis, Treasurer. First Row: Averette, Helen Lorraine, Elizabethtown ; Ball, Pa- tricia Ann, Durham; Bryant, Frieda Mae, Monroe; Buie, Sarah E.. Winston-Salem. Second Row: Burkett, Doris White, Greensboro ; Burt, Sarah Kath- erine, Biscoe; Coggins, Shirley Ann, Walstonburg; Davis, Margaret Virginia, McDonald. Third Row: Fogleman, Diane Guy, Henderson; Fowler, Helen Frances, Durham; Geiger, Donna Dopier, Chapel Hill; Guenthner, Shirley Lee, Washington, D. C. Fourth Row: Hall, Nancy Matthews, Sanford; Haney, Anne Thax- ton, Glenwood; Holmes, Ruth Ferabee, Wilson; Humphries, Rachel Delores, Bear Creek. Fifth Row: Keeter, Mary Ann, Shelby; Kistler, Margaret John- son, Chapel Hill; Land, Willowdean, Lenoir; Lentz, Martha Kerr, Charlotte. Sixth Row: London, Marjorie Jean, Candler; Long, Jacqueline Ann, Durham; Norwood, Mary Lou, Morehead City; Page, Ann Cecile, alpha gamma delta, Buckhannon, W. Va. Seventh Row: Palmer, Jane Elizabeth, Reidsville; Peck, Katherine Crane, Chapel Hill; Robertson, Laura Alice, Leaks- ville; Self, Barbara Hedberg, Chapel Hill. Third Year Officers of the Student Nurse Association of the UNC School of Nursing are Sallie Robeson, Parliamentarian; Jane Mulvey, Second Vice-President; Ellen Pemberton. Publicity Chairman; Barbara Miles, Treasurer; Sharon Warrington, First Vice-President. Not pictured: Shirley Guenthner, President; Gail Hodg- son, Secretary. First Row: Ader, Frances Hammack, WalUertown; Bayne, Gwendolyn Ann, Winston-Salem; Bibb, Vir- ginia i , Salisbury; Bobbitt, Ann Alexander, Norlina; Carstarpben, Cloydia Grace, Asheville. Second Row: Clement, Mary Jane, Raleigh ; Coats, Deane Moulton, Southern Pines; Cupp, Norma Joan, Elkins, W. Va.; Dawson, Marjorie Sue, Acme; Forrest, JoAnn, Walnut Cove. Third Row: Hardin, Jerry Elizabeth, Monroe; Hodgson, Gail Gifford, Oxford, Pa.; Lasley, Diane, Win- ston-Salem ; Leary, Barbara West, Edenton ; Lemly, Gwendolyn Duncan, alpha gamma DELTA, West Jefferson. Fourth Row: Lemmond, Rosemary Minor, Laurinburg; McAnally, Myrtle Beatrice, Reidsville; McGee, Carolyn Sue, Charlotte; Morse, Amy Ann, CHi OMEGA, Washington, D. C; Noble, Nancy Anne, Garner. Fifth Row: Plyler, Frances Irene, (Charlotte; Price, Sara Faith, KAPPA DELTA, Buckhannon, W. Va.; Proctor, Janie Lee, Pinetops; Roberts, Carolyn Frances, High Point; Robeson, Sallie Salter, Laurinburg. Sixth Row: Russell, Patricia Ann, High Point; Smith, Frances Adelaide, Whiteville; Staub, Marjorie Carol, PI BETA PHI, Westfield, N. J.; Stockwell. Nancy Jane, High Point; Sumner, Velna Eliza- beth, Asheboro. Seventh Row: Suther, Carol Jean, Kannapolis; Taylor, Caro- lyn Wayne, Charlotte; Walsh, Kathryn Jones, Thomasville; Warrington, Sharon Ann, pi beta PHI, Bethesda, Md.; Watson, Marilyn Carol. Chapel Hill. Eighth Row: White, Sarah Elizabeth, Guilford College; Winslow, Betty Sorrell, Raleigh; Wittmann, Patricia Ann, Jamestown; York, Geraldine, Mocksville. Second Year First Row: Adams, Kay Jacquelynn, Willow Springs; Alexander, Norma Lowrie, Raleigh; Bowers, Mary Llewellyn, alpha dki.ta i i, Washington; Brown, Peggy Jean, Hickory; Bryant, Julia Anne, Asheboro. Second Row: Calloway, Barbara Cope, Asheboro; Canady, Frances Harriett, Kinston; Chandler, Irma Elizabeth, alpha dklta pi, Washington, D. C; Chapin, Carter Firestone, CHi omega, Ashe- ville; Dark, Dorcas Faye, Raejord. Third Row: Davis, Judith A., Princeton, N. J.; Edwards, Anita Louise, Raleigh; English, Sally Ann, Willard; Friddle, Lucia Rachel, Raleigh; Gal- lagher, Lois A., Winston-Salem. Fourth Row: Gallimore. Elaine, High Point; Grady, Ann Graham, New Bern; Greer, Phyllis Ann, Albe- marle; Hassell, Virginia Howe, alpha delta PI, Beaufort; Heaton, Beverly Ann, kappa DELTA, Westfield, N. J. Fifth Row: Johnson, Lillian Ashton, Goldsboro; Jones, Judith Louise, Winston-Salem; Kline, Patricia Annabel, Wenatchee, Wash.; Lasley, Jo Anne, Reidsville; Leach, Jean, Raleigh. Sixth Row: McCuiston, Gail Lorraine, Burlington; Mer- rick, Susan Elizabeth, Asheville; Mewborn, Faye McNeill, Farmville; Miles, Barbara Faye, Burlington; Mulvey, Jane Bolton, Greensboro. Seventh Row: Nicholson, Elizabeth Carr, High Point; Oliver, Martha Elizabeth, Pollocksville; Poindexter, Martha Ann, Canton; Puckett, Sherry Lou, Guilford College; Renger, Joan Helen, Albe- marle. Eighth Row: Rhyne, Mary Miller, Lincolnton; Ross, Martha Frances, Albemarle: Russ, Ruby Marguerite, Waynesville; Shelburne, Mary Helen, alpha DELTA PI, Greensboro; Sowers, Jo Ann, High Point. Ninth Row: Stainback, Jane Patterson, Jacksonville, Fla.; Strader, Celia Jo, Greensboro; Tatsey, Candace Ann, Oxford; Turner, Barbara Lynne, Win- ston-Salem; Turner, Nancy Elizabeth, Gary. Tenth Row: Valentine, Mary Hobbs Armstrong, Nashville; VonWiller, Roberta Linda, Shaker Heights, Ohio; Wendler, Julie Ann, alpha delta pi, High Point; Williams, Lillian Alvene, Carr- boro; Wilson, Carolyn Patricia, Hamlet; Yates, Helen L., Apex, First Year First Row: Adams, Nancy Walker, Winston-Salem; Barnes, Claudia L., Reidsville; Beam, Anne Taylor, Raleigh ; Bennett, Judith Ann, Roanoke Rapids; Boling, Margaret Judy, Siler City. Second Row: Brandl, Frances Marion, Balboa, Canal Zone; Burt, Jane Arthur, Biscoe; Caloyianis, Georgia, Burlington; Garden, Gatherine, Burlington; Garroll, Elizabeth Anne, Raleigh. Third Row: Chapin, Roberta Firestone, Asheville; Glark, Luretta Beyree, Greens6oro,- Glendenin, Marge, Bethesda, Md.; Dance, Mary Dewey, Fayette- ville; Davenport, Willie Mae Joyce, Newland. Fourth Row: Denny, Martha Sue, Greensboro; Derr, Martha Ellen, Raleigh; Evans, Margaret Lillian, Chapel Hill; Fink, Garolyn Sue, Durham; Fisher, Charlene Reed, Asheville. Fifth Row: Fleming, Sheril Kay, Blue field, W. Va.; Groves, Martha Elizabeth, Wenonah, N. ].; Hahn! Celia Garoline, New Bern; Hamel, Sandra Jane, Weaverville; Hamilton, Barbara Ann, Fayetteville. Sixth Row: Hobson, Betty Alice, Charlotte; Holden, Nancy Freas, Phoenixville, Pa.; Hylton, Garole Jean, Leaksville; Johnson, Elizabeth lone. High Point; Kresge, Anne Ghristine, Auburn, N. Y. Seventh Row: Longest, Frances Elizabeth, Raleigh ; Meredith, Garolyn Yvonne, Raleigh; Morgan, Ann LaRue, Jacksonville; Ogburn, Treva Effielene, Willow Springs; Oliver, Beebe Parker, Pine Level. Eighth Row: Parker, Bette Jean, Asheville; Pemberton, Mary Ellen, Atlanta, Ga.; Pressly, Patricia Ann, Charlotte; Rabb, Sylvia Annette, Gas- Ionia. 180 First Row: Reed, Sandra Darling, Houston, Texas; Rentz, Beverly Ann, Reidsville; Richtmyer, Rosemary, Bethesda, Md.; Roberts, Sandra Rush, Wal- lingford. Pa.; Russell, Elizabeth, Asheville. Second Row: Sain, Dorothy Grey, Lewisville; Segee, Beverly Ann, Fairborn, Ohio; Shepard, Opal Gray, Jacksonville; Smith, Margaret Jane, Cascade, Va.; Spencer, Lillian Alice, South Mills. Third Row: Sutherland, Jean Marie, Greensboro; Tate, Elizabeth Helen, Liberty; Thorp, Elizabeth Jeanne, Greensboro ; Vacheresse, Diane Wilson, Fairmont, W. Va.; Van Note, Gretchen, Pots- dam, N. Y. Fourth Row: Weaver, Kay Elizabeth, Raleigh ; Whitener, Anita Cecile, Lenoir; Wilson, Judith Susan, Charlotte; Yeager, Carol Louise, Chapel Hill; Zimmerman, Mary Harriette, High Point. REGISTERED NURSES First Row: Baker, L Cleo, Zebulon; Bradley, Winnifred Louise, Rocky Mount; Britt, Sarah Anne, Clinton; Crisp, Wilma Jean, Gastonia. Second Row: .;, ' ' , Fort, Lucy Taylor, Oxford; Couge, Reba Ellen, Black Mountain; McClel- lan, Nancy Marie, High Point; McSwain, Barbara Lou, Shelby. Third Row: Matheson, Billie Gaye, Statesville;f Moureau, Claire Natalie, Curritucki Orton, Ann Counsellor, Cape Charles, Va.; Perry, Winifred Rebecca, Raleigh. 181 3 . -- •■-T lP% w Opening the 1956-57 intramural year on October 2, tag football ended December 7 with DKE fra- ternity the all-campus champion out of 69 competing teams. The tremendous Tar Heel interest in basketball carried over i nto intramurals again this year as eight dormitory leagues of 46 teams, eleven fraternity leagues of 62 teams, as well as six church and ten outlaw league teams vied for the campus basketball championship. The Medical School won the all-campus champion- ship in volleyball competition which lasted from October 24 to December 9. UNC ' s Intramural Department, directed by Mr. Walter Rabb, assumes the responsibility for supply- ing adequate facilities, trained officials and suitable competition in those activities in which students and faculty members have indicated sufficient interest to include in the program. These activities usually include tag football, fencing, tennis, volleyball, golf, badminton, wrestling, basketball, table tennis, handball, soccer, water polo, swimming, softball, horseshoes and track. An Intramural Council with representatives from both fraternities and dormi- tories work with the Department of Intramural Activities to determine activities, to govern rules and to secure as many participants as possible. About 5,000 students participate in intramurals during the school year. The Department sponsors with the Women ' s Athletic Association four co-recreational activities each year: the Co-recreational Sports Carnival, the Big Four Sports Day, swimming relays and voUey- l)all competition. A new addition to the Depart- ment ' s activities was the Rod and Gun Field Meet held this fall. The intramural program is carried on through summer school, competition being held in softball, golf, tennis and horseshoes. S z et aii Loaches Frank McGuire and Buck Freeman (vaptaiii Lennie Rosenbluth Coadii after y ytliieji First Row: Manager Joel Fleishman, Stan Groll, Danny Lotz, Pete Brennan, Bob Cunningham, Tony Radovich, Harvey Salz. Second Row: Coach McGuire, Tommy Kearns, Ken Rosemond, Roy Searcy, Bill Hathaway, Joe Quigg, Lennie Rosenbluth, Gehrmann Holland, Trainer John Lacey, Coach Freeman. oriod! [otlie. laiiijm irillial place. G leacf. I ' .Imt Tcmmy Kearns, Guard Coaches Frank McGuire and Buck Freeman, after building up Tar Heel basketball for five years, hit the jackpot in 1957. The Tar Heels stepped into the national spotlight last year with an overall rec- ord of 18-5 and a regular season tie w ith N.C. State for the ACC championship. Only one man, cap- tain Jerry Vayda, was lost from the 1956 five and, with a trio of promising sophomores to take his place, Carolina again stepped into national promi- nence. By mid-February the Tar Heels were at the Joe Quigg, Center Pete Brennan, Forward top of every major basketball poll and were the only major undefeated team in the nation. This year ' s team was led by All-American Len- nie Rosenbluth. Captain of this year ' s squad, Len- nie now holds every important school record, in- cluding most points scored in one game, 47, and most points scored in one season, 846. In addition to Rosenbluth, last season ' s regulars Pete Brennan and Joe Quigg were back plus near-regulars Tommy Kearns, Bob Cunningham and Tony Radovich. Also Bob Cunningham, Guard ■ 1 IHH 1 I ■ r ' ' W 1 ' ' 1 1 B u Kb 1 1 1 Tony Radovich, Guard Stan GroU, Guard adding strength were returnees Ken Rosemond and Roy Searcy. In addition to his seasoned regulars, Coach McGuire had four boys from last year ' s frosh team capable of breaking into the lineup. These included forward Danny Lotz, guard Stan GroU, center Billy Hathaway and forward Gehr- mann Holland. The 1956-57 hardwood campaign got off to a rousing start with an 84-70 victory over the Strong McCrary Eagles. Against Furnian, Rosenbluth and teammates turned tiger in the second half and romped to a 94-66 win. Lennie hit for 47 points and broke a 15-year record formerly held by the great George Glamack. The Carolina squad easily won their next four games before the Christmas holidays. Continuing undefeated over the holidays, the Tar Heels won three tough games in their northern trip to New York and Boston, and won the coveted Dixie Classic Championship. In the Classic the Heels ran through Utah, Duke and Wake Forest to cop the crown. Both Tommy Kearns and Rosenbluth made All-Tournament. The basketball squad remained unbeaten through its next eight games to keep its record unblemished. The victories included a tough win over N.C. State in Raleigh, a double overtime victory over Mary- land and a two-point win over Duke. A national championship could very easily lie ahead for the Carolina basketball squad, of which Tar Heel stu- dents and faculty have been so justly proud. As this book was going to press, the Tar Heel squad was on its way to the national finals of the NCAA in Kansas City, having won two collegiate champ- ionships: Atlantic Coast Conference LNC 81 Clemson 61 UNC 61 Wake Forest 59 UNC 95 South Carolina 75 Eastern Regionals of the National Collegiate Athletic Association UNC 90 Yale 74 UNC 87 Canisius 75 UNC 67 Syracuse 58 Danny Lotz, Forward « Ken Rosemond, Guard Bill Hathaway, Center Tommy Kearns drives in for a layup against Wake Forest in the finals of the Dixie Classic, held at the Coliseum in Raleigh in December. Roy Searcy, Forward Lennie Rosenbluth jumps high in ihe air for a re- bound against Duke in the semi-finals of the Dixie Classic. Gehrmann Holland, Forward 1956-57 RESULTS VNC Opponent 94 Furman 66 94 Clemson 75 82 George Washington 55 90 South Carolina 86 70 Maryland 61 64 NYU 59 89 Dartmouth 61 83 Holv Cross 70 97 Utah 76 (Dixie Classic) 87 Duke 71 (Dixie Classic) 63 Wake Forest 55 (Dixie Classic) 71 William and Mary 61 86 Clemson 54 102 Virginia 90 83 N.C. State 57 77 Western Carolina 59 65 Maryland 61 75 Duke 73 68 Virginia 59 72 Wake Forest . ' 69 86 N.C. State 57 75 South Carolina 62 69 Wake Forest 64 86 Duke 72 Captain Rosenbluth kisses Queen of the Dixie Classic as he accepts the Dixie Classic Champion- ship trophy. 190 mm ■ii Piw YWCA CABINET First Row: Mary Gravely, Susan Walker. Nola Hatten, Esther Ballentine, Mary Killian, Carolyn Thompson, Martha Richardson, Eleanor Riggins and Mary Ruth Mitchell. Second Row: Anne Queen. Mollie Troutman, Maria Hunter, Ginger Floyd, Lee Ann Curtis, Taylor Albert, Dottie Wood, Jackie Aldridge, Sandy Clark, Kathy LeGrande, Nancy Shuford and Carolyn Seyflert. Young Women Members of the Executive Committee are, seated: Nola Hatten, Secretary; Martha Richardson, President; Lee Ann Curtis, Treasurer; standing: Nancy Shuford, Program Chairman; Eleanor Riggins, Intraining Assistant; and Polly Clarenbach, Vice-President. Mar: ha Kicliardson, President 192 i « The Young Women ' s Christian Association of the University of North Carolina, a part of the national and world YWCA, purports to do the following: to unite in a desire to realize a full and creative life through God ; to determine to have a part in making this life possible for all people; to seek to know God; to understand Jesus and to follow Him. The association is open to any coed who agrees with its purpose and pledges her service and financial assistance. This was the first year that the YWCA and YMCA put forth a united effort in program and finances. With this united effort came the institution of new activities such as the Nurses ' Association, a gradu- ate program, and " Y " Night. Membership and representation in the newly organized Campus Christian Council is the endeavor to unite the cam- pus associations and other religious groups. In the fall the program was highlighted with a member- ship drive, organized study groups, and a breakfast for the new coeds. The YWCA Leadership and Orientation Program was initi- ated in February with the presentation of " Family Tree, " an original skit written specifically for the program. iien ' i iChristian Association Coed quartet entertains at " Y " -Night, a talent show held at Memorial Hall in December and co-sponsored by the YWCA, YMCA and Graham Memorial. There are six executive officers and sixteen com- mittee chairmen who comprise the cabinet. Com- munity services in Memorial Hospital, Gravely Sanitorium, Dix Hill, Girl Scouts, and Homes Day Nursery combined with publicity, publications, speakers, vespers and intercollegiate are a few of these committees. The " Y " welcomed a new associate secretary. Miss Anne Queen, and an assistant. Miss Eleanor Riggins. The majority of Carolina coeds have found a place in the YWCA where they can be of service. . fmki The Hospital Committee, which supplies every day for two hours volunteer workers whose services are rendered in every phase of hospital work, involves the greatest number of YWCA girls. Each fall immediately prior to Orientalion, the YMCA sponsors Freshman Camp, a program accommodating about 200 men which attempts to orient these new students to IJNC and to raise questions concerning purposes, truths and motiva- tions. Young Men s The YMCA is a non-denominational lay move- ment made up of students, faculty and friends who seek to work together in living out the Christian faith in all areas of life through worship, study and action. Membership in the YMCA is voluntary and open to all on the basis of interest without regard to race, doctrine or church membership. It is a demo- cratic organization in structure which provides op- portunities for students to make their own decisions and to take responsibility for the work which they initiate. At the heart of the movement is this objec- tive: taking a student where he now is and giving him an opportunity to grow as an individual in Christian dedication and effectiveness. This year the program has been planned jointly with the YWCA and all group activities are led by co-chairmen representing both associations. This has resulted in an increase in activities as well as participation by student and faculty members. Freshman Camp, a three-day conference for new students, began the year. A joint YMCA-YWCA Membership meeting on October 8th initiated the Study Program for members. Other activities and committees include those of the Campus Chest, Conferences, Community Work, Film Forum, Inter- collegiate Relations, Office Force, Publications, Publicity and Public Relations, Race Understand- ing, ' Y ' -Night, Finance, Membership, Freshman Fellowship, Nurses and Graduate Students Fellow- ship. The YMCA building located on-campus is the most popular meeting place for students. The YMCA ' s many activities provide opportunity for students to grow in maturity and to express their faith in concrete forms of service and action. t The YMCA-YWCA Conference Planning Commit- tee makes final arrangements for the Spring Con- ference at Bricks Assemhly Grounds. In February foreign students left for a three-day - trip to Zebulon, where they participated in a project called " The World Comes to Zebulon, " which was co-sponsored by the YMCA, YWCA and the Cosmopolitan Club. Christian Association Gerry Mayo, President Members of the Executive Board are, seated, Ron Fox, Program Chairman; Curtiss Daughtry, Treasurer; Roy Taylor, Vice-President; Doug Cantrell, Secretary; standing. Bob Leonard, Freshman Work Chairman; and Larkin Kirkman, Program Chairman. YMCA Cabinet members are, seated, Richard Love, Larkin Kirkman, Roy Taylor, Curtiss Daughtry, Gerald Mayo, Bob Leonard, Doug Cantrell, Jim Raugh ; standing, Joe Phillips, Charlie Sloan, Bob Olson, Jess Stribling, Bob Cowan, Claude Shotts, Blaine Ward, John Brooks, Tom Long, Bill Kane, Dick Frank, John Riebel, Stewart Colson and Bill Tucker. Not pictured: Ron Fox. 195 05 Members of the BSU Executive Council, which meets every Tuesday evening are. seated, Melvin Hipps; Pat Leonard; Sarah Buie; Oscar Belch; Bill Pruett; Nancy Lattimore, Secretary; Janet Harper, Vice-President; standing, J. 0. Cansler, Student Director; Clayton Stalnaker, President; Bill Baddley; Bob Noel; Jack Jourdan, Treasurer; Charles Maddry; John Albrecht; and Ray Jolly. " You are writing each day a letter to men, Take care that the writing is true. ' Tis the only Gospel that some will read, The Gospel According to you. " This is the thought which impels each BSU mem- ber to put into practice the teachings of Christ, to promote a closer relationship with God, and to lead students into Christian work and fellowship. " In the name of Christ and by the power of His spirit " becomes the motivation and strength for the stu- dents who try to link the Campus to the Church Baptist students now enjoy comfortable, informal meetings in the attractive new BSU Student Center on Rosemary St., which, after purchase and renovation, was formally dedi- cated on November 18. through student worship, study groups, Sunday School, plays. Council and committee meetings, fellowships, and other student gatherings where the Gospel of God is discussed and the spirit of Chris- tian love demonstrated. During this year the BSU, under the direction of James 0. Cansler, Student Minister, and Bud Stal- naker, President, has moved into its own completely furnished Student Center and has continued to sponsor a lively program of student activities throughout the UNC Campus. i ' il Clayton Stalnaker, President 196 Zane Eargle, President A student-directed, student-supported choir supplies music for the regular Sunday morning worship service three times a month. Wesley Foundation Singing, under the direction of Bob Southerland, is an important part of the Wesley Foundation program, as Methodist students and guests from the Umstead Youth Center meet together at the church for a Sunday evening of supper, recreation and worship. Wesley is the student ' s organization of the Meth- odist Church and its objective is one of providing a supporting group in which the students can indi- vidually strengthen each other and together find a clearer meaning to the Christian Way of Life. Wesley provides an atmosphere where students may re-evaluate their beliefs and benefit from the expe- rience of sharing ideas and beliefs with others. The Wesley group meets every Sunday evening at the University Methodist Church for fellowship and worship together, and every weekday evening the students can attend the daily Vesper services. Wesley affords many activities to the students through discussion groups, the Wesley Choir, the Rhythm Choir, the fall and spring retreats and the weekly square dance groups. This year the Wesley Foundation is under the very capable leadership of Zane Eargle, President; Tommy Johnson and Ray Long, First and Second Vice-Presidents; Barbara Moore, Secretary; and John Brooks, Treasurer. 197 development of program is the responsibility of the Hillel Cabinet, a form of student government whose membership is made up of representatives of fra- ternities, independents and graduates. The Cabinet elects its own officers. Members of the Cabinet function as chairmen of committees, which include: Religious Activities, United Jewish Appeal, Macca- bead (Athletics), Social, Cultural, Hillel- YMCA Film Forum, etc. The term of office of all members of the Cabinet approximates the full twelve-month school year. The incumbent officers of Hillel are: Albert Wait- man, President; Sue Gichner, Vice-President; Gary Balkind, Secretary; Bob Weinstein, Treasurer. The Hillel House on Cameron Avenue, built in 1951, is the religious, social and cultural center for Jewish students at UNC. Hillel Foundation The Hillel Foundation — more correctly known as the B ' nai B ' rith Hillel Foundation — is an organiza- tion maintained for the benefit of the Jewish stu- dents on more than two hundred campuses in the United States, England and Israel. Financed largely through the B ' nai B ' rith, a service organization, Hillel functions to meet the religious, educational, social and cultural needs of the Jewish students. The Foundation building, known as Hillel House, was erected in 1951 with fluids donated by the Jewish communities of North Carolina. While the general administration of all aspects of Hillel is in the hands of its Director, the actual Hillel Cabinet members are, seated. Bob Weinstein, Treasurer; Sue Gichner, Vice-President; Al Waitman, President; Gary Balkind, Secretary; Stan Kornfeld, Morton Dear; Carolyn Fink; Dick Schulman; standing, Steve Mirman, Burton Horowitz and Rabbi Rosenzweig. 1} Al Waitman, President i Lutheran Student Association I On Sunday evening, following a six o ' clock supper at the church and prior to a devotional service, Dale Austin, President of the Lutheran Student Association, conducts a short business meeting. The Lutheran Student Association ' s program is one of guided adventure into worship, study, evan- gelism, service and recreation. A program thus inclusive prepares us through experiences to project the light of Christ into the many facets of college and post-college life. We strive to keep the atmos- phere one in which each works for the joy of his own task. Newman Club The Newman Club, whose name and ideals are derived from the renowned Cardinal Newman of England, is a nationally federated organization of Catholic students. It affords Catholic students reli- gious, intellectual and social cooperation and inspiration. Guided by the Executive Council, the Newman Club, which provides spiritual, intellectual and social fellowship for Catholic students at UNC, met every second Sunday in Giaham Memorial prior to the March inauguration of the new Catholic Church in Chapel Hill. WAA officers and representatives are, seated, Frances Reynolds, Awards Chair- man; Nancy Shuford, Vice-President; Diana Ashley, President; Pat Smith, Secretary; Trudy Lefler, Treasurer; standing, Emily Somers, Donna Ander- son, Sue Merrick, Doris Adkins, Helen Walker, Sue Gichner, Kay Proctor, Ann Brown, Winifred Martin, Doris Woody, Jane Westbrook, Marthena Marrin and Mary Lee Breece. TVo mm ;4tMetic ;44 ocicitia Diana Ashley, President With one down and four confused, Marilyn Strum prepares a tricky return for her Carr Dormitory team against the Tri Delts in women ' s intramural volleyball competition. The Women ' s Athletic Association offers a wide variety of activities to all women students at UNC. It provides competition in tennis, volleyball, table tennis, shuffleboard, swimming, basketball, softball, and dancing. The WAA sponsors co-recreational volleyball and swimming and special sports days. Sports clubs include the Hockey Club, Tennis Club, Modern Dance Club, Square Dance Club, and Splash Club, the latter featuring a synchronized swimming ballet. All women students automatically become mem- bers of the WAA, and all activities are carried on in accordance with the standards of the American Association of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation. Letters and stars are awarded on the point basis each fall and spring. WAA awards a cup to the sorority and dormitory leading in participation for the year, and other leaders in WAA are recognized by the outstanding senior and representative awards. 200 -, ' ■ %i ■ ■•j-iirij; - ' ' " ' ' . Am ■■■ 1 M , tl ( tarried lericaii a?™ er-in ienior Junior Class John Kerr, President Junior Class officers are George Ragsdale, Vice-President; Jackie Haithcock, Secretary; Dot Pressly, Social Chairman; Bill Deal, Treasurer. 202 i Sli ' ' I Class of 58 First Row: Abercrombie, Ralph McCall, Jr., Carrboro; Aber- nathy, Thomas LeRonne, Shelby; Abernethy, Don Leslie, phi kappa sicma. Triangle, Va.; Acker, William David, III, Pi kappa phi, Anderson, S. C; Ackerson, Mary Beth, Louisville, Ky. Second Row: Adair, Donald Grant, Chapel Hill; Adams, Frank Thomas, Jr., delta kappa epsilon, Edenton; Adams, John Patrick, Asheboro; Adams, Jordan Eldred, San ford; Adams, Molly, Wilmington. Third Row: Adkins, Frank Edwin, Draper; Akin, William Baker, Jr., sicma phi epsilon, Raleigh; Albrecht, John Howard, Jr., Chapel Hill; Aldred, William Murray, Jr., Durham; Alexander, Donald William, Traphill. Fourth Row: Alexander, John Robert, Lake Wales, Fla.; Allen, Charles Eugene, Taylorsville; Allen, Frances Neal, Louisburg; Alligood, Romalda Joyce, Washington; Amy, John V., Ontario, Can. Fifth Row: Anderson, George D., pi kappa phi, Aberdeen; Anderson, Patricia Sutherland, Crete, III.; Ander- son, Stella Williams, West Jefferson; Andrews, Floyd, Rockingham; Andrews, Sam Brown, Tar- boro. Sixth Row: Ansell, David K., tau epsilon phi, Allenhurst, N. J.; Armstrong, Darrell F., Roanoke Rapids; Arney, Loy Franklin, Valdese; Artope, George R., PI KAPPA alpha, Greensboro; Ashford, Charles Hall, Jr., DELTA kappa epsilon. New Bern. Seventh Row: Ashford, John Durward, Scotland Neck; Atchison, Suzanne H., Washington, D. C; Atwater, James T., Greensboro; Ausley, Horace Lee, Fuquay Springs; Austin, Ernest Hampton, Jr., Hamlet. Eighth Row: A vent, William Fleming, Chapel Hill; Avery, Erwin Theodore, Winston-Salem; Babson, Donald Belton, Ash; Bachman, Ann Hazell, Gibson Island, Md.; Baggett, Robert Franklin, alpha kappa psi, Smithfield. Ninth Row: Bagley, Edward Orrick, Raleigh; Bailey, Leslie Rand, Chalybeate Springs; Baldridge, William Paul, beta theta pi, Winston-Salem; Baldwin, William Howard, Rockingham; Ballard, Daniel Stedman, Jr., Angier. uniors First Row: Ballew, William Ralph, Hickory; Banks, Otis Gordon, alpha kappa psi, Cary; Bannerman, Janet Patton, Swannanoa ; Banzet, Julius Edmond, alpha phi omega, Warrenton; Barber, Howard Curtis, delta sicma pi, Erwin. Second Row: Barber, Milton A., Ill, zeta p i, Lexington; Bar- din, Frederic Hume, Durham; Barnes, Elizabeth Gore, Washington, D. C; Barnes, Elizabeth Pace, Wilson; Barringer, Michele Laron, Newton. Third Row: Barrington, Carl A., kappa alpha, Fayetteville; Barrington, Richard Everett, Hamlet; Bass, Eddie Covington, phi mu alpha, FarmviUe; Bass, Vann Jackson, Middlesex; Batts, Ada Lou, Troutman. Fourth Row: Baynes, Gerald Taylor, London, Ohio; Beam. Dennis Anthony, Jr., phi kappa sigma, Shelby; Beam, Margaret, Spruce Pine; Beaman, John Branch, HI, Ahoskie; Beard, Benton Linwood, Fayetteville. Fifth Row: Beatty, Jayne, Bethesda, Md.; Beenen, Peter J.. phi eta SIGMA, Raleigh; Bell, Amoret Moore. Lewisburg, W. Va.; Bell. Betty, delta delta DELTA, Greensboro ; Bell, Frances Anne, Danville, Va. Sixth Row: Bell, Marion Alvah, Jr., sicma chi. Chapel Hill; Bell, Richard Howard, alpha tau omega, Mt. Dora, Fla.; Berger, Quinn Albert, Sayville, N. Y.; Berry, Francis Kea, Kinston; Berryhill, Lewis David, Jr., lambda chi alpha, Charlotte. Seventh Row: Bettes, Laura James, Orlando, Fla.; Bird, Denver Edward, Charleston, W. Va.; Bivins, Cynthia Leigh, Atlanta, Ga.; Bizzell, Mary Louise, Golds- boro; Black, Baxter Franklin, alpha tau omega, Kannapolis. Eighth Row: Black, Foye F., Jr., Forest City; Blackwelder, John Norris, kappa alpha, Statesville; Black- welder, Mary Caroline, Lenoir; Bland, William Otis, Carrboro ; Bloomer, Oliver Green, Whitakers. Ninth Row: Bobbin, Joshua Branch, pi kappa alpha. Warren- ton; Boese, Fred Merritt, delta sigma pi, Win- ston-Salem; Boggs, Roy Dixon, Jr., Valdese; Bolton, Charles Burns, sigma nu. Rich Square; Booth, Samuel Maslow, Graham. ; i I Class of ' 58 First Row: Boseman, Horace C, Weldon; Bost, William Stuart, Jr., zeta psi, Greenville; Bostic, Thad Stevens, kappa alpha, Forest City; Boudreau, Girard Edgar, Jr., delta upsilon, North Augusta, S. C; Bowman, Charles Harwood, Jr., Southern Pines. Second Row: Bradford, Martha Jane, Marion; Bradley, Mary Nell, Fuquay Springs; Bradsher, Sidney Preston, Milton; Grandner, Larie Kent, beta theta pi, phi eta SIGMA, Arlington, Va. ; Braswell, John Thomas, Marshville. Third Row: Braxton, H. Harrison, PI kappa alpha, Chase City, Va.; Brennan, Peter Joseph, sicma nu, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Brewer, Dallis Erwin, Gastonia; Brewer, Wesley S., Durham; Bridgers, William Ashley, Jr., zeta psi, Wilson. Fourth Row: Briggs, Ernest Ray, Sanjord; Briggs, Linwood Franklin, Sunbury; Brinckerhofi, Mary Lou, Pl beta phi, Louisville, Ky.; Britt, Billie Rose, Lum- ber ton; Britt, Robert Carl, Lumberton. Fifth Row: Brittain, Hoke Mitchem, McAdenville; Brooke, Anne Fenton, Staunton, Va.; Brown, Ann Carol, Charlotte; Brown, Catherine Poe, Charlotte; Brown, Dwight Elam, Asheboro. Sixth Row: Brown, Homer Clark, Jr., alpha kappa psi. Chapel Hill; Brown, James Edward, Anderson, S. C.; Brown, Mary Clayton, Wilmington; Brown, Wil- bur Ronald, Wrightsville Beach; Brunson, Mar- garet Walker, Albemarle. Seventh Row: Bryant, Joyce Hartz, delta delta delta, Corinth, Miss.; Bulla, Thurman Clifton, Asheboro; Bunch, Charles Ledbetter, Jr., delta sicma pi, Brevard; Burchett, John Boyd, Henderson; Burgess, Frank Eric, CHI PSI, Pottstown, Pa. Eighth Row: Burkhardt, Emory, Baltimore, Md. ; Burnam, Jesse Andrew, Cordele, Ga.; Burress, John Woodfin, III, SIGMA ALPHA EpsiLON, Salem, Va.; Burress, William Wallace, East Orange, N. J.; Burton, Ernest Steven, High Point. Ninth Row: Butler, Martha Ann, Dunn; Butler, Robert Albert, Spray; Butler, Robert Douglas, Reidsville; Byrd, Marion E., Bunnlevel; Byrd, Thomas Mitchell, Mt. Olive. Juniors First Row: Caldwell, Glenda Cabra, Hickory; Caldwell, San- dra Carole, Kannapolis; Callender, Kenneth Hugh, Greensboro; Callicott, Joe H., Jr., beta theta pi, Greensboro; Campbell, Carol S., Raleigh. Second Row: Campbell, Charles Woodrow, Jamestown; Camp- bell, Hugh E., Laurinburg; Canas, Juan Jose, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba; Canoutas, Andrew A. G., Kure Beach; Cantrell, Charles Ray, Durham. Third Row: Capps, Charles K., Rocky Mount; Capps, Thomas Edward, phi gamma delta, Wilmington; Car- michael, Jerry Gaylon, High Point; Carr, Gabriel Paul, Jr., Hillsboro; Carriker, Donald Malloy, Charlotte. Fourth Row: Carroll, Larry Winford, St. Pauls; Carter, Patricia R., Wallace; Carter, William L., theta chi, Raleigh; Casey, James Broadus, High Point; Gates, Carvie Calvin, Henderson. Fifth Row: Gates, Donald Brooks, phi delta theta, Faison: Gathey, Dennis Edward, Charlotte; Cayton, Wil- liam Lathan, Washington; Checkner, Charles David, tau epsilon phi, Wilmington; Cherry, Marcus Cicero Stephen, phi delta theta, Mt. Olive. Sixth Row: Chester, Wayne Seagroves, Pittsboro; Childs. Jack Stith, alpha tau omega, Wilson; Christian, Virgil Holcomb, Mt. Airy; Christian, William Gerow, Jr., KAPPA alpha, Vicksburg, Miss.; Church, Janette Iris, Purlear. Seventh Row: Clapp, Joseph Mark, Greensboro; Clark, Betty Sue, Williamston; Clay, Ingrid Suzanne, Cobles- kill, N. Y.; Coburn, Robert Lee, Jr., Williamston; Coe, Katherine Keith, Washington, D. C. Eighth Row: Cole, Jerry Robert, phi kappa sicma. New Bern; Coleman, Roy Lloyd, Bunnlevel; Connell, James Paul Beardsley, Jr., kappa alpha, Henderson; Conner, Deborah Jane, Charlotte; Conrad, Robert Ballard, phi eta sigma, Raleigh. Ninth Row: Cooke, Donald Davis, sigma alpha epsilon, Louis- ville, Ky.; Coolman, Thomas Beecher, chi psi, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Gorbett, John Gratis, Spring Hope; Corbin, Henry Jefferson, Jr., sigma phi epsilon, Florence, S. C; Corey, Belle Hamilton, Atlanta, Ga. Class of ' 58 First Row: Corr, Kathleen Lee, Bronxville, N. Y.; Covell, Charles VanOrden, Jr., ST. Anthony hall, Christ- church, Va.; Cowell, Marion A., Jr., sicma chi, Jacksonville; Cowing, Elinor Danielle, Chapel Hill; Craig, Julian Carroll, Swannanoa. Second Row: Craig, Mary Lewis, Gastonia; Craig, William Franklin, Jr., Charlotte; Crater, Julia Ann, Raleigh; Cress, Margaret J., gamma phi beta, Salisbury; Crews, Nat Sullivan, sigma phi ep- siLON, Winston-Salem. Third Row: Crocker, Nathan Thomas, III, Rocky Mount; Crook, Myron Dudley, Jr., phi kappa sicma, Arlington, Va.; Crossland, Lucie, Pi beta phi, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Crouch, Adeliah Smyer, Newton; Crumpler, James Fulton, Jr., sigma nu, Rocky Mount. Fourth Row: Culpepper, Vernon Clay, Rocky Mount; Currin, George Spencer, sigma nu, Middleburg; Curtis, Cecil Martin, Marion; Cutter, John H., phi kappa SIGMA, Charlotte; Daniel, Lillian Stuart, Rich- mond, Va. Fifth Row: Darden, William Adams, Stantonsburg; Darnell, William Gordon, Jr., phi delta theta. Murphy; Daughtridge, Margaret Ethel, Rocky Mount: Daughtry, Curtiss Wilson, sigma phi epsilON, Smithfield; Daughtry, Glenn Douglas, Mt. Olive. Sixth Row: Davenport, Florine Antha, Columbia; Davidian, Vartan A., Jr., Smithfield; Davis, Charles McMil- lan, SIGMA NU, Louisburg; Davis, Chester Clark, SIGMA phi ep ilon, PI DELTA PHI, Habana, Cuba; Davis, Dave M., phi delta theta, Chattanooga, Tenn. Seventh Row: Davis, George Thomas, alpha epsilon delta. Chapel Hill; Davis, Gus Louis, Morehead City; Davis, Mary Louise, Greensboro; Davis, Oscar Davis, SIGMA alpha epsilon, Atlanta, Ga.; Davis, Warren Thomas, IH, pi kappa alpha, Nashville. Eighth Row: Dawes, John Coe, Roxboro; Dawkins, John Earl, Jr., Mt. Gilead; Day, Bobby Stuart, Angler; Deal, William Brown, Morganton; Dean, Joseph How- ard, High Point. Ninth Row: DeBerry, Howell, III, Chapel Hill; DeBruhl, Garry Glenn, Alexander; DeHart, Evelyn Beatrice, Hickory; Dennis , Carolyn, Essex Fells, N. J.; Dickens, Marian Lou, Thomasville. J uniors mM First Row: Dillon, Patricia Ann, Statesville; Dixon, James Franklin, Clinton; Dixon, Joseph Earl, Morehead City; Doar, Barbara Johnson, Raleigh; Doar, James Fraser, sicma phi ep ii.on, Charlotte. Second Row: Dockery, Judith, Riitherjordton; Donald, Susan Mary, Nassau, Bahamas; Doss, Dale Walter, Birmingham, Ala.; Dowdle, DeWitt Pierce, Jr., CHI PHI, Asheville; Dowless, Winfred Graham, Bladenboro. Third Row: Drake, Anna Louise, CHi omega, Beckley, W. Va.; Drake, Claude Wallace, Como; Drexler, Edith Wells, Deerfield, Mass.; Dryfoos, Henry, IV, ALPHA TAU OMEGA, Washington, D. C; Duncan, Allie Hamilton, Roanoke Rapids. Fourth Row: Dunn, James Buford, Jr., sigma chi, Winston- Salem; Durham, William Henry, Winston-Salem; Eaves, Robert Wendell, Jr., phi delta theta, Washington, D. C; Ebert, Richard Gordon, Pi KAPPA ALPHA, Winston-Solem; Edlich, Theodore Julius, HI, SIGMA NU, New York, N. Y. Fijth Row: Edmundson, Haywood, zeta psi, Wilson ; Edwards, Ellison Francis, CHi PSi, Chadbourn; Edwards, Reuben Bryan, Jr., Raleigh; Edwards, Thomas Hugh, Mars Hill; Eller, Alice Seely, Winston- Salem. Sixth Row: Eller, Roger Foster, Purlear; Ellerbe, Harry LaCoste, Jr., sigma chi, Spartanburg, S. C; Ellington, John David, Albemarle; Ellington, Leland Eugene, Mt. Holly; Elliott, Eric David, Raleigh. Seventh Row: El-Ramey, Thomas Anthony, alpha ep.silon delta, Farmville; Erickson, Leif, Spruce Pine; Erwin, William James, Jr., pi kappa alpha, Danville, Va.; Eudy, Don Coleman, Concord; Evans, Donald Frederick, sigma chi, Greensboro, Eighth Row: Evans, Eli N., taii epsilon phi, Durham; Evans, Leon Edward, Jr., W interville ; Exum, Robert, Jr., PHI gamma delta. Snow Hill ; Falls, Boyd Phillip, Shelby; Farmer, Carroll Dean, Fries, Va. Ninth Row: Farrell, Thomas Goodwin, Durham; Farrington, Daryl, Short Hills. N. J.; Fearrington, Florence, Winston-Salem; Felton, Gene Harris, zeta beta TAU, Atlanta, Ga.: Fenwick, Elizabeth Lindsay, Winston-Salem. I w .fluww. Class of ' 58 First Row: Ferrell, Charlotte Jean, Coats; Fields, Jesse Wei- Ions, Princeton; Finley, Mary Vann, Marion; Fish, Glenn Fredrick, Willow Springs; Fisher, Mary Jane, Bristol, Va. Second Row: Fisher, Wiley Vick, Jr., pi kappa alpha, Battle- boro; Flack, Charles Zorah, Jr., kappa alpha. Forest City; Fleishman, Joel, Pi lambda phi, Fayetteville; Forbes, Charles H., Ill, sigma chi, Virginia Beach, Va.; Forrest, Robert Oswin, Jr., Hillsboro. Third Row: Fortune, Martha Caroline, Brevard; Foster, John Sanford, sigma alpha epsilon, Bridgeport, Conn.; Fowler, Barbara Allen, Mt. Airy; Fowler, Martha Lynn, Greensboro; Frank, Richard Edward, Jr., Greensboro. Fourth Row: Freeman, Byron H., phi mu alpha, Raleigh; Freeman, Richard Lee, Goldsboro; Freeze, Charles Hugh, Kannapolis; Frye, William Roger, alpha kappa psi, Pinehurst; Fuller, Robert Hope, kappa alpha, Gastonia. Fifth Row: Funk, Margaret Eunice, CHi omega, Wilmington, Del.; Fussell, Jo Anne, Rose Hill; Futrell, James Thomas, Jr., High Point; Gaca, Giles John, West Mifflin, Pa.; Gaddy, Christopher Donald, Sanford. Sixth Row: Gaddy, Walter Harold, Ingold; Gahrmann, Ronald Glenn, alpha kappa pri, Charlotte; Gaillard, Samuel Robert, Balfour; Garrell, Jimmy Woodard, CHI phi. Tabor City; Garrou, Benjamin, Valdese. Seventh Row: Garrou, Genny Lou, Snow Hill; Garvin, Mary Arnold, Aiken, S. C; Gay, Francis Norman, Raleigh; Gay, James Edgar, HI, beta theta pi, Winston-Salem; Gedney, Robert Eugene, chi psi, Chappaqua, N. Y. Eighth Row: Gilbert, Homer Orland, Jr., Charlotte; Giles, Harry McCarley, Jr., Gastonia; Giles, Katherine, Forest City; Gilliam, Sue Beatrice, pi beta phi, Dillwyn, Va.; Gilliland, Leslie, Jr., alpha kappa PSI, Pinehurst. Ninth Row: Gillis, Norman Aubrey, sigma phi epsilon, Char- lotte; Ginn, Fred L., alpha epsilon delta, Golds- boro; Glass, Jimmy Louis, phi eta sigma, Mt. Airy; Glatzer, Maurice, Pi lambda phi, Kensing- ton, Md.; Glenn, Paxson B., beta theta pi, Winston-Salem. J uniors First Row: Goad, James Calvin, Jr., Gibsonville; Goff, Row- land Daley, Jr., pi kappa alpha, Dunn; Goins, Clarence Adrian, phi kappa sicma, Burlington; Gonella, John Felix, Jr., Franklinton; Goodwyn, Mary Cameron, Pi beta phi, Louisville, Ky. Second Row: Gorman, John Alfred, CHi psi, Winterville; Graham, Alma Eleanor, Raleigh; Graham, Nancy Watts, Charlotte; Graves, David L., Seagrove; Gravitt, Tommy M., Chapel Hill. Third Row: Gray, John Springer, Jr., zeta psi, Statesville; Green, Billy Edward, Chapel Hill; Green, Eddie Roger, LAMBDA CHI ALPHA, Winston-Salem ; Greene, Jane Bowers, Morganton; Greene, John Dexter, Morganton. Fourth Row: Greer, James Walter, Old Fort; Gregory, Patricia Anne, Benson; Gregson, James Edwin, Jr., Ashe- boro; Griffin, John Roger, Murjreesboro; Griffin, Stanley Gray, FayettevUle. Fijth Row: Griffin, Thomas Fred, Jr., Marshville; Grisette, Ulysses Riddle, Jr., Valdese; Groce, William Harold, Jr., sicma nu, Asheboro; Guiles, Paul Anthony, beta theta pi, Charlotte; Hagedorn, Joe Herman, zeta beta tau, Birmingham, Ala. Sixth Row: Hageseth, Gaylord Terrence, Minot, N. D.; Hah- man, William Richard, Chevy Chase, Md.; Haig, [. R. Stirling, II, alpha tau omega, phi et-k SIGMA, Rome, Italy; Haigh, John Campbell, Fay- ettevUle; Haire, Robert Philip, CHi phi. West Jefferson. Seventh Row: Hall, Charles Wilmo, Jr., Durham; Hall, William Johnston, Jr., Kannapolis; Hamme, Julia Ann, Oxford; Hammond, Jane Mitchell, Charlotte; Hamrick, Clifford E., Jr., pi kappa alpha. Boiling Springs. Eighth Row: Haney, Roy Earl, Gibson; Hannan, Katherine Anne, Lumberton; Hansen, Karen Barbara, Wash- ington, D. C; Harbison, W. A., Ill, pi kappa alpha, Morganton; Harder, Jon S., Greensboro. Ninth Row: Hardesty, William Robert, Shannon; Harper, Marie Janet, Jacksonville; Harriett, Albert L., Pollocksville ; Harris, Larry Worth, sicma chi, Charlotte; Harris, Marion Wiley, Engelhard. Class of 58 First Row: Hartsell, Larry Douglas, Albemarle; Hartsell, Lowell Javan, Albemarle; Hartsoe, Garland Cecil, Jr., Newton; Hartzog, Henry Gerard, IH, delta KAPPA EPSILON, Raleigh; Harwell, James Luther, Jr., Cornelius. Second Row: Hastings, Barbara Don, pi beta phi, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Hastings, Roberta Ashby, Orange, Va.; Haynie, Duke McClary, Fayetteville ; Haywood, John Robert, South Norfolk, Va.; Head, Margaret Jewett, Wilmington. Third Row: Heath, Willie Ray, Hubert; Hedrick, Paul Perry, Lenoir; Helms, Keith Wilson, Kannapolis; Hen- drix, James Thomas, Charlotte; Henshaw, William Raymond, Erwin. Fourth Row: Herndon, Robert Eugene, Hamlet; Hicks, Charles Montgomery, sicma nu, Wilmington; Hicks, Rob- ert Bain, New London; High, William Hackney, ALPHA KAPPA psi. Oak City; Hightower, Elizabeth Anne, Winston-Salem. Fifth Row: Hill, James Clifford, Hickory; Hines, Hugh B., Hiddenite; Hines, Rubert, Kinston; Hinnant, Ren- frew Smith, Wilson; Hobbs, Edward Gibbon, Jr., IHETA CHI, Selma. Sixth Row: Hobbs, William Galen, phi delta theta, Chapel Hill; Hodges, George Robert, Dunn; Hodges, Richard Vaughn, Hamlet; Hoffler, Marvin Leon, Sunbury; Hofler, Mary Ann, Gatesville. Seventh Ro w: Hogaboom, Pieter Lowe, phi delta theta, Ar- lington, Va.; Hoke, Kenneth Alvin, Statesvitle; Holcomb, Gloria Dean, Mooresville; Holden, George Wall, sicma nu, Henderson ; Holderness, Adelaide Lucinda, delta delta delta, Greensboro. Eighth Row: Holding, Harry Bunn, sicma phi epsilon, Wake Forest; Holland, Joyce Yvonne, Bethesda, Md.; Holland, Lewis Gerald, zeta beta tau, Atlanta, Ga.; Holland, Marjorie Kay, Lumberton; Holmes, James Houghton, Mt. Airy. Ninth Row: Holt, Ann Elizabeth, Sanford; Holyfield, Joseph Franklin, Rockford; Honey, Barbara Kay, Char- lotte; Honeycutt, Roger Bradley, Fuquay Springs; Hoover, Robert McCurry, sicma nu, Anderson, S. C. 1 uniors OilO First Row: Horney, Harriet T., Chapel Hill; House, Edward Lee, Jr., Lincolnton; House, Mary Waldo, Ham- ilton; Howard, Willard Munrow, Jr., Kannapolis; Hudson, Howard Van, sigma chi, Greensboro. Second Row: Hudson, Sarah Kincannon, Atlanta, Ga.; Huffman, Benny Leonard, Valdese; Huffman, Betty Carolyn ' Catawba; Hughes, Jere Thomas, Henderson; Humphrey, Robert Franklin, Burgaw. Third Row: Hunt, Douglas Russell, Rocky Mount; Hunter, Jimmy Pickel, Raleigh; Hurley, Noel McKay, Star; Huss, Thomas Hoke, Linwood; Ingram, Carter Dalton, High Point. Fourth Row: Inman, Ann Carroll, Greensboro; Inman, Susan Jane, Boston, Mass.; Isenhower, Fred Neil, Con- over; Jackson, Barbara Ann, Elm City; Jackson, Carlisle, Jr., Clinton. Fifth Row: Jackson, Don Ferrell, Dunn; Jarrell, Sanford James, Jr., Norfolk, Va.; Jenkins, Dwight Harold, (Charlotte; Jenkins, William Russell, Walston- burg; Jenny, Martha Fay, Charlotte. Sixth Row: John, Arthur Daniel, Wilmington; Johnson, Alice Jane, Spindale; Johnson, Donald Gene, Walnut Cove; Johnson, E. David, Winston-Salem; John- son, Ellen Keith. Raleigh. Seventh Row: Johnson, George Harvey, alpha tau omega, Atlanta, Ga.; Johnson, Jesse Wesley, Jr., kappa SIGMA, Hickory; Johnson, Lewis Bernard, Forest City; Johnston, Julian Carr, Spencer; Jolly, Ray A., KAPPA ALPHA, Chapel Hill. Eighth Row: Jones, Jack Marshall, sigma alpha epsilon, Savannah, Ga.; Jones, James Harold, sigma alpha EPSILON, Greensboro; Jones, Janet Louise, chi OMEGA, Franklin; Jones, Philip Wiley, Asheboro; Jones, William Ceorw, alpha phi omega, Louis- ville, Ky. Ninth Row: Jordan, Edward Bryant, alpha tau omega, Wil- son; Jourdan, Alton Jack, delta sigma pi. Gulf; Joyner, Barney Gene, Raleigh; Joyner, Ernest Wayne. Ihirham: Kaloyannides, George Thales, Raleigh. i Class of ' 58 First Row: Kane, William David, Warrington, Fla.; Kantor, Norman D., tau epsilon phi. Far Rockaway, N. Y.; Kearns, Thomas Francis, zeta P;I, Ber gen- field, N. ].; Keever, William Glenn, Charlotte; Kell, Bettie Melton, Bristol, Va. Second Row: Kelley, Peter, alpha tau omega. Savannah, Ga.; Kendall, William Alexander, alpha phi omfca, Shelby; Kenion, Jack Anderson, M cLeansville ; Kerby, Donald Court, Charleston Heights, S. C; Kerr, John Hosea, III, pi kappa alpha. War- renton. Third Row: Killian, Mary Elizabeth, Gilkey; Killingsworth, Carl S., Pollocksville ; Kilpatrick, John Stanley, CHI PSI, Miami, Fla.; Kimzey, James Morris, SIGMA NU, Brevard; Kincaid, James Brandon, Statesville. Fourth Row: Kirby, Hannah Boone, Louisville, Ky.; Kirk, Bobby Clarke, Chapel Hill; Krafft, Phyllis Elliott, River Forest, III.; Kriegsman, Jacob Burton, Greensboro; Kuhns, Robert Lydon, Shrewsbury, N.J. Fifth Row: Lackey, William D., pi kappa alpha, Statesville; Lampert, Ervin Eugene, Jr., sigma chi, Salisbury; Landreth, Don Hovis, Charlotte; Landreth, James Robert, Jr., lambda chi alpha, Greensboro; Las- siter, Robert, phi gamma delta, Keljord. Sixth Row: Latham, William Carson, sigma nu. Bethel; Lavergne, Nelson A., Jr., CHi psi, Yauco, Puerto Rico; Leaman, William Benton, Jr., Asheville; Leary, William Edward, Ahoskie; Ledford, Char- lotte Luella, Durham. Seventh Row: Leftwich, Stanley G., Chapel Hill; Leggett, Stan- ley Dover, delta kappa epsilon. Rocky Mount; LeNeave, M. Gregory, Charlotte; Lentz, Clyde Walter, Jr., Winston-Salem; Lentz, John Thomas, Monroe. Eighth Row: Leonard, Patrick Jackson, Raleigh; Leonard, Robert McDougal, Hendersonville; Lewis, Alex Murdock, Graham; Lewis, Jack Fleet, CHi psi, High Point; Lewis, John B., Jr., chi phi, Farm- ville. Ninth Row: Liipfert, Benjamin Bailey, Jr., beta theta pi, Winston-Salem; Liles, James Donald, Wilson; Littlehales, John Powers, zeta psi, Chevy Chase, Md.; Loftin, Charles Earsen, Mount Holly; Lohr, Lloyd Dermot, beta theta pi, Lexington. i «« : -tii -ty Juniors First Row: Long, Robert Washington, Jr., Rich Square; Lookabill, Gene Lamar. Charlotte; Looney, Don- ald Edward, sicma chi, Westfield, N. J.; Love, Richard, lambda chi alpha, Greensboro; Lowe, Frank Haddock, Jr., Baxley, Ga. Second Row: Lowery. John Otis, Jr., Salisbury; Lukens, Ruth Starr, Birmingham, Ala.: Lyon, Betsy Carroll, Durham; Lyon, Harllee W., kappa alpha, Ply- mouth ; Lyon, Marjorie Lou, Creedmoor. Third Row: Lyon, Nancy LeGrand, kappa delta, Whiteville; McAllister, Harmon Carlyle, Jr., alpha phi OMEGA, Chapel Hill; McCall, Douglas Samuel, CHI psi. High Point; McCartney, James Robert, in, SIGMA CHI, Salisbury; McClain, Robert Charles, Charlotte. Fourth Row: McClatchey, Eve Leah, Atlanta, Ga.; McConaughy, Ann Gage, alpha delta pi, Columbia, S. C; McConnell, Robert Bradshaw, Jr., Asheville; McCord, Elizabeth Parrish, CHi omega, Spartan- burg, S. C; McCord, Marcia Jo, kappa delta, Charlotte. Fifth Row: McCoy, Hammond Springs, Concord; McGee, William Allen, alpha chi sigma, Charleston, S. C; McGregor, Donald Willard, Minneapolis, Minn.; Mclver, Duncan E., Jr., Sanjord; McKee, Charles Frederick, Hamlet. Sixth Row: McKee, Tom, New Wilmington, Pa.; McKenzie, Mary Frances, CHi omega, Miami, Fla.; McKenzie, Samuel Harris, Candor; McKinnon, Elizabeth Hall, Red Springs; McKnight, Ella Frances, Asheville. Seventh Row: McMahan, Marjorie Lynn, alpha gamma delta, Atlanta, Ga.; McMillan, Donald Shepherd, sigma ALPHA EpsiLON, Matthews; McMillan, Neill Kirby, Chapel Hill; McNeill, Vinson Andrew, Chapel Hill; McRee, Robert Wade, Jr., Charlotte. Eighth Row: McSurely, Alan, Arlington, Va.; MacFaddin, Richard Willis, Jr., Viola, Del.; MacKay, J. Eliza- beth, Ocala, Fla.; MacKinnon, Edith White, Char- Uttte; MacVicar, William Thomas, sicma chi, Tenafly, N. J. Ninth Row: Madison, Barbara Ward, Washington, D. C; Madison, Ward Napier, Biltmore; Mallett, Regi- nald, H, South Bend, Ind.; Malone, Frank Mitchell, Jr., alpha tau omega, Atlanta, Ga.; Maness, Archibald Kelly, Jr., beta theta pi, phi ETA SIGMA, Greensboro. Class of ' 58 First Row: Marcoux, William Thomas, Chapel Hill; Maready, Jack Donald, Marion, S. C; Margulies, William Paul, Raleigh; Marley, Edison Earl, Asheboro; Marquette, Ronald James, Pennsville, N. ]. Second Row: Marriott, John Daughtry, pi kappa alpha, Battle- boro; Marshall, Joyce Ann, Chapel Hill; Marsh- burn, William Penn, Maple Hill; Martin, Leon Milton, SIGMA PHI EPSILON, Charlotte; Martin, Michael Marvin, Hendersonville. Third Row: Martoccia, Maria Menefee, Daytona Beach, Fla.; Mason, Mary Moore, alpha delta pi, Roanoke, Va.; Massey, Charles Knox, Jr., zeta psi, Dur- ham; Mathis, Charles Gray, Jonesville; Matthis, Wilton Lee, Clinton. Four th Row: Maultsby, Phyllis Ann, Mebane; Maxwell, Jake Alexander, phi kappa sigma. Seven Springs; May, Charles Raysor, III, beta theta pi, Bennettsville, S. C; Mayo, Gerald Mack, phi eta sigma, Falk- land; Meador, Jennie Margaret, Charlotte. Fifth Row: Meekins, Edmund Lindsay, Raleigh; Menke, George Gray, Barnesville, Md.; Merritt, James Lee, pi kappa alpha, Mt. Airy; Merritt, James Samuel, phi gamma delta, Roxboro; Merritt, Thomas Earl, Franklinton. Sixth Row: Merritt, Walter Davis, Jr., Hickory; Messer, Pat Ann, Canton; Metcalf, Edith Florence, Mars Hill; Milan, Nancy Macys, Baltimore, Md.; Miller, Albert Bynum, North Wilkesboro. Seventh Row: Miller, Danelle Hart, pi beta phi, Corvallis, Ore.; Miller, Edward James, Crumpler; Miller, Griffith, ALPHA tad omega, AshevUle; Miller, Harvey H., PHI MU ALPHA, Salisbury; Miller, John Frank, West Jefferson. Eighth Row: Miller, Marianna Scofield, Pineville; Miller, Pa- tricia Miller, Kinston; Miller, Patsy Foust, Carr- boro; Moffett, Alexander Stuart, Taylorsville; Moncure, Richard Gascoigne, lU, Charlotte. Ninth Row: Monroe, John Lauchlin, If est End; Monteith, Phillip Elwood, Hamlet; Montgomery, Riley Ed- ward, Concord; Moore, Carroll Jackson, Wilson; Moore, Claude R., Jr., Burlington. Juniors First Row: Moore, Clifton Leonard, Burgaw; Moore, Donald Paris, Asheboro; Moore, Gene Webb, alpha KAPPA PSI, Charlotte; Moore, George Ervin, Jr., THETA CHI, Oxford; Moore, Joan, Wadesboro. Second Row: Moore, Roy Jack, Jr., Durham; Morgan, Ann, CHI OMEGA, Charleston, W. Va.; Morris, C. Sted- man. delta kappa epsilon, Salisbury; Morris, Elizabeth Joan, Concord; Morrison, James Charles, College Park, Md. Third Row: Morton, James Allen, Charlotte; Moser, Harry Ned, Lewisville; Moye, David Brooks, sicma nu, Snow Hill; Mulvaney, Leo Anthony, West Ashe- ville; Mustian, Alvin Delbridge, sicma nu, ITar- renton. Fourth Row: Mustian, Howard Macon, Jr., Norlina ; Myers, Bob Eugene, Thomasville; Nance, Donald Carroll, DELTA SIGMA PI, Charlotte; Nebel, William Ar- thur, pi KAPPA ALPHA, Charlotte; Neisler, Mar- garet Ruth, Concord. Fifth Row: Newton, Hector Carlton, HL Parkton; Newton, Zachariah B., HL Philadelphia, Pa.; Nichols, Donald Wyatt, kappa alpha, Raleigh; Nichols, Garrett Boyd, Chase, Md.; Nichols, George War- ren, Jr., Plattsburgh, N. Y. Sixth Row: Noell, Charlotte Blynn, Oxford; Norman, Gayle Talmadge, ALPHA DELTA PI, Fayetteville ; Norman, Priscilla Elizabeth, South Dartmouth, Mass.; Oakes, Lynwood Taylor, O ort ; O ' Briant, Charles Rex, ALPHA EPSILON DELTA, PHI ETA SIGMA, Bunn- level. Seventh Row: O ' Donnell, Jill Marie, Camp Hill, Pa.; O ' Hara, James Donald Michael, V, alpha phi omega, Raleigh; Oldham, Donald Carson, Sanford; Op- penheimer, Jerry Loveman, zeta beta tau, Bir- mingham, Ala.; Orr, David Rickman, Hender- sonville. Eighth Row: Owen, John Waverly, Jr., Tarboro; Paderick, Elizabeth Lewis, High Point; Paderick, Victor L., SIGMA PHI EPSILON, Kinston; Padgett, William Cameron. Shelby; Parker, Jordan Horton, zeta PSI, Raleigh. Ninth Row: Parks, William Land, CHi PSi, Fayetteville ; Parsh- ley, Martha Cone, South Glastonbury, Conn.; Parsons, William Thomas, Belmont; Partin, Mal- colm Overstreet, Enfield; Partridge, Stevens Hyatt, Jr., chi phi, Charlotte. Class of ' 58 First Row: Patten, Jane Law, Charlotte; Patterson, Donald Sutton, BETA THETA PI, Chevy Chase, Md.; Patton, Macon Glasgow, zeta psi, Durham: Payne, Roland William, Jr., sigma chi, Norfolk, Va.; Pearman, David Stanley, Reidsville. Second Row: Pearsall, Thomas Jenkins, Jr., delta kappa ep- SILON, Rocky Mount; Peck, E. Stanley, Jr., Forest Hills, N. Y.; Pender, William Lardner, delta kappa epsilon, Charlotte; Percival, Margaret Eleanor, Charlotte; Peter, Doris Asher, Orlando, Fla. Third Row: Peter, Sally Josephine, Northfield, N. J. ; Peterson, William Richard, Asheville; Petty, John N., Jr., High Point; Phillips, Jasper Louis, Kinston; Phipps, David Willard, Chapel Hill. Fourth Row: Pickard, Carl Glenn, Jr., delta kappa epsilon, Asheville; Pitt, Theo H., Jr., phi gamma delta. Rocky Mount; Pons, Alton Britt, Valdese; Poole, Ivey Talmage, Jr., Warsaw; Poole, William Thomas, Marion. Fifth Row: Porcher, Francis C., Mt. Pleasant, S. C; Potter, June, Wallace; Powell, Douglas F., Valdese; Poythress, Patricia Lee, Chapel Hill; Pressly, Dorothy Byrne, Raleigh. Sixth Row: Preston, James Young, alpha tau omega, Mat- thews; Prewitt, Thomas W., SICMA NU, Denver, Colo.; Price, Vernon, Scotland Neck; Pridgen, Grady Clifton, Jr., sigma nu, Sharpsburg ; Proctor, Mary Estelle, Rocky Mount. Seventh Row: Proescher, Albert Edward, Cary; Propst, Japtha Fred, Maiden; Pulliam, Venice U., Jr., Asheboro; Purrington, Nella Grimes, Raleigh; Pyatte, Jeff Alvin, Minneapolis. Eighth Row: Quigg, Joseph Francis, sigma nu, Levittown, N. Y.; Quinn, Galen Lamar, Cherryville; Quinn, Robert Henry, Jacksonville; Ragsdale, George Robinson, delta kappa epsilon, Raleigh; Ram- sey, William Forbes, beta theta pi, Greensboro. Ninth Row: Rand, William Ripley, alpha tau omega, Wilson; Rankin, Dan Falls, Gastonia; Rawls, Eugenia Gray, delta delta delta, Tampa, Fla.; Ray, H. T., Jr., Faison; Ready, Lucia Marie, Roanoke Rapids. I Juniors First Row: Reaves, John William, Charlotte; Reavis, Richard Armbrust, Statesville; Rechholtz. Robert A.. KAPPA ALPHA, Syosset, TV. Y.; Redding, Wilham Howard, Jr., phi camma delta, Asheboro; Reece, Betty York, Lincolnton. Second Row: Reece, Johnny Manly. Yadkinville; Reed, David Robert, Shamokin, Pa.: Reeder, Alton Alfred. Seagrove: Reeves, Carroll Edwin, Allendale, S. C; Reeves, James William, Hillshoro. Third Row: Reichert, Allan John, Morganton; Rcid, George David, SIGMA NU, Charlotte; Revelle, Pearla Ann. Woodland; Rexrode, Suzanne Elizabeth, Marlin- lon, W. Va.; Rhoades, Robert Eugene, Winston- Salem Fourth Row: Robinson, Hoyle Lynwood, Candor; Rose, Walter Thomas, sicma chi. South Miami, Fla.; Rose- mond, Kenneth Walker, Hillsboro; Rosenzweig, Martin, pi lambda phi, Long Island, N. Y.; Ross, Edward Chadwick, phi eta sigma, Rome, Ga. Fifth Row: Richards, Margaret Elizabeth, Montclair, N. J.; Riggs, Joe Edward, Charlotte; Rightsell, William Thomas, Jr., Greensboro; Robbins, William L., SICMA phi epsilon, Raleigh; Robinson, Charles Fillmore, Mars Hill. Sixth Row: Ross, Robert Alexander, alpha tau omega, Chapel Hill; Roth, William Cawthon, sigma alpha epsilon, Elkin; Rothstein, Gilbert Law- rence, PI LAMBDA phi, Raleigh ; Rountree, Mary Lewis, Sunbury; Rouse, Charles Francis, Jr., zeta Psi, Raleigh. Seventh Row: Ruffin, Eleanor Ann, Greenville; Rush, Nancy Jo. Longmeadow, Mass.; Ruth, William Albert, Gary; Sacks, Leonard Carl, PI lambda phi, Hollywood, Fla.; Sample, Mary Ellen, Asheville. Eighth Row: Sanders, Cleon Walton, Jr., alpha tau omega, Benson; Sanders, Margaret Mullings, Charlotte; Sasser, George Freeman, sigma alpha epsilon, Conway, S. C; Satterwhite, Richard T., McCain; Saunders, Charles 0., sicma nu, Charlotte. Ninth Row: Saunders, Thomas Byron, theta chi, Alexander City, Ala.; Schachner, Edmund Douglas McKane, phi kappa SIGMA, Charlotte ; Schaeffer, Nan T. Y.. Talahassee, Fla.; Schiltz, Joan Lee, Greensboro; Schnell, Adelaide McNally, Pinebluff. Class of ' 58 Bmn WttimA. WL WtAmgtmt D. fLi Okk K. ur Let- LkMK-Jc-; nM. ffc-- !«. C-y fiM S.C C«7 ttef, n Ci " •u- Sm , Cai PSI. Kun opsius, ■ 0% jr. T. Aum KAcr» is 3mi Mmk, Sl XMTEr Jc Ttm if. jr. JL; J. r. Vnli J. T. Jrny mmM mrn B ipn uniors I First Row: Speight, Alice Rachel, Winterville; Sprunt, James Dalziel, Wilmington; Stafford, Frances Moseley, Greensboro; Staley, Dale Edgar, Wilkesboro; Stalvey, Andrea, Charlotte. Second Row: Stamper, Mary Ann, Greensboro; Stanford, Don Carlton, Burlington; Stanton, David M., Lumber- ton; Stapleton, Robert Leighton, sicma phi ep- siLON, Gastonia; Starnes, Robert Herron, Jr., Hendersonville. Third Row: Starnes, Thomas Monroe, Concord; Staton, Robert Vincent, kappa alpha, Hendersonville; Steed, John Congleton, Chapel Hill; Steele, W. Frank, Hickory; Stefanou, George, Jacksonville. Fourth Row: Steorts, Harold Eugene, Hamlet; Stephens, Eleanor Belknap, Asheville; Stevens, Charles Henry, Washington, D. C; Steward, Pawling S., kappa SIGMA, Savannah, Ga.; Stewart, Bill E., Marshville. Fifth Row: Stewart, Donald Allan, Asheville; Stewart, Robert Glenn, Jr., Coats; Stewart, Zeb Vance, Winston- Salem; Stoffer, Harvey Robert, Chapel Hill; Stone, Walter Lewis, sicma chi, Washington, D. C. Sixth Row: Straughn, Mary Elizabeth, Fayetteville; Straus, Philip Charles, New York, N. Y. ; Strong, Michapl Jacob, Rhinebeck, N. Y.; Strum, Marilyn Eliza- beth, Winston-Salem; Sturdivant, Walter Cabot, SICMA alpha epsilon, Atlanta, Ga. Seventh Row: Suddreth, Gerald Dean, Granite Falls; Sugg, Charles Floyd, Seagrove; Sugg, Merritt N., Aber- deen; Summerlin, Harry Holler, Jr., phi mu ALPHA, Laurinburg; Surratt, Charles Finch, Thomasville. Eighth Row: Surratt, Charles Thomas, Spencer; Sutton, Lewis Franklyn, kappa sicma, Goldsboro; Swain, Rebecca Josephine, Washington ; Swaringen, Peggy Byrd, Salisbury; Talbutt, John Henry, Charlotte. Ninth Row: Tanner, Michael Spencer, sicma alpha epsilon, Rutherjordton; Taylor, Blucher E., Kinston; Tay- lor, Richard Lewis, zeta psi, Oxjord; Teague, James Knox, Jr., lambda chi alpha, Thomasville; Temple, Joe Edward, Valdese. m Class of ' 58 First Row: Templeton, William Klasek, Olin; Thomas, Ben- nett Allen, Jr., alpha phi omega, delta sicma pi, Morven; Thomas, Claude Benson, Jr., Asheville; Thomas, Malcolm Lindsey, Maxton; Thomas, Phillip Langston, Jr., Roxboro. Second Row: Thomasson, Woodrow Wynn, Oxford; Thompson, E. Lynwood, III, Tryon; Thompson, Elizabeth Roberts, Rocky Mount; Thompson, William Turner, Jr., Raleigh; Thornton, Robert DuRant. Raleigh. Third Row: Tilghman, Lewis S. C, Weldon; Tillman, Clifton H., ALPHA PHI omega, Roxboro ; Toland, Hugh James, Jr., Asheville; Tolbert; James Noble, Mor- ganton; Tompkins, Charles Vawter, Jr., sigma ALPHA EPSiLON, Alexandria, Va. Fourth Row: Toms, Charles Carson, Lattimore; Trachtenbe rg, Stephen Jay, phi eta sigma, pi lambda phi, Jacksonville; Trull, Fredrice Louise, Canton; Tucker, Peggy Anne, Stanjield; TuUoch, Charles William. Aberdeen. Fifth Row: Tune, Mary Dana, Chatham, Va.; Turner, J. C, Fairmont; Underwood, Laura Neal, Charlotte; Upchurch, Gilbert Rivers, alpha tau omega, Smithfield; Upton, Thomas Hugh, Jr., phi eta sigma, SIGMA PHI EPSILON, Raleigh. Sixth Row: Usina, Ralph Stelljes, KAPPA alpha, Macon, Ga.; Vance, James Rhen, delta upsilon, Thompson, Conn.; Van Weyk, Sarah Ann, Winnetka, 111.; Varker, James William, Henderson; Varnum, James Wilson, Supply. Seventh Row: Venters, W. Victor, phi gamma delta, Richlands; von Biberstein, Richard, Jr., pi kappa phi, Burgaw; Voorhees, Mary Alys, Raleigh; Wade, Albert Lee, Oxford; Wagner, Louis Andrew, Garden City, N. Y. Eighth Row: Walker, Helen Hope, Charleston, W. Va.; Walker, James El wood. Draper; Walker, John Luther, Jr., PHI eta SIGMA, SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON, RoOnoke, Va.; Walker, Leroy Epps, Marion; Wall, David Lee, Winston-Salem. Ninth Row: Wallace, Kelle y, Jr., Aurora; Walser, Margaret Virginia, High Point; Walsh, William Charles, theta CHI, Arlington, Va.; Walters, Thomas Noble, ALPHA PHI OMEGA, Tarboro; Wardrup, Leo C, Jr., ALPHA TAU OMEGA, Middlcsboro, Ky. fclSl J i Juniors First Row: Warner, Sidney Rogers, Council; Warren, Bert Barrow, Farmville; Warren, Troy Marvin, Clin- ton; Warren, William Gibson, Wallace; Warwick, Robert Franklin, CHi I ' Hi, Wilmington. Second Row: Watson, David Thomas, delta kappa epsilon, Raleigh; Waynick, Wallace Anne, Reidsville; Webb, Kathryn Kyle, Raleigh: Webster, Betty Rene, Madison; Webster, Katherine Marie, Princeton, N. J. Third Row: Webster, Thomas Carlton, Yanceyville; Wein- stein, Robert Morton, zeta beta taU, Greensboro; Wellons, Robert Leon, Selma; Wendt, David Nelson, THETA CHI, Williston Park, N. Y.; West, Tommy, Charlotte. Fourth Row: Westmoreland, Joseph Robert. Canton; Whitaker, Roy Gilbert, Burlington; White, Helen Sydnor, Wilkesboro; White, William Henry, Jr., alpha PHI OMEGA, Sanjord; Whitehead, Eugene Thomas, ni, PHI ETA SIGMA, PHI KAPPA SIGMA, SIGMA EPSILON XI, Scotland Neck. Fifth Row: Whitehurst, Mildred Hoge, Danville, Va.: White- ley, Mary Susan, Towson, Md.; Whitfield, Paul Leroy, Durham ; Whitt, John Franklin, Kerners- ville; Whitty, John Christopher, New Bern. Sixth Row: Widenhouse, Gary Eugene, Concord; Wilbourne, Ronald Craig, Raleigh ; Williams, Ben George, Chicago, III.; Williams, John O ' Donnell, zeta psi, Raleigh; Williams, Max Ray, Morganton. Seventh Row: Williams, William Howard, Hertford; Williamson, Eleanor Carter, Winnsboro, La.; Williamson, Harold Everette, Sims; Williamson, Sara, delta DELTA delta, Darlington, S. C; Williamson, Stanley Morris, Charlotte. Eighth Row: Williford, Martha Alice, Fayetteville; Willingham, Gail S., DELTA DELTA DELTA, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Willis, William A., Jr., Fayetteville; Wilson, Frank Amalphus, pi kappa alpha, Dunn; Wilson, Lawrence Addison, Jr., Absecon, N. J. Ninth Row: Wilson, Patricia Davis, Charlottesville, Va.; Wil- son, William John, HI, Fort Bragg; Winslow, Julian Emmelt, pi kappa alpha, Hertford; Win- ston, Barry Thomas, ST. anthony hall, Chapel Hill; Wise, Carolyn Hilda, Asheville. A ttnt into Class of ' 58 First Row: Woltz, Ben vanDalsem, sigma chi, Greensboro; Wood, Arnold Terry, phi kappa sigma, Charlotte; Wood, Roy Smith, Jr., delta upsilon. Sunny side, Ga.; Woodruff, Ruth R., PI beta phi, Orlando, Fla.; Woody, Doris Joan, alpha chi omega, Asheville. Second Row: Wrape, George Monroe, Jr., Mineral Springs; Wray, George Williamson, Jr., kappa sigma, Charlotte; Wright, Donald Lee, Ruffin; Wright, Gail Craig, Warwick, R. I.; Wright, Rowland Fearing, Elizabeth City. Third Row: Wright, Perry Wayne, Asheville; Yang, Kenneth Chi-Kun, Taichung Shien, Formosa; Yopp, Jack Gerard, Jacksonville; Yowell, Robert Kluttz, KAPPA SIGMA, Raleigh; Zimmerman, Edward Kline, Elizabeth City. Fourth Row: Zollicoffer, John Hilliard, Jr., delta kappa ep- siLON, Henderson; Zollicoffer, Lawrence, phi beta SIGMA, Littleton; Zwahlen, Roberta Ann, kappa delta, Chapel Hill. Following Christmas holidays, many Tar Heels find themselves seeking quiet, solitary confines in which to catch up with delinquent studies and to recuperate from a hectic holiday pace. ( A comfortable, personal acquaintance with UNC follows that initial stage of bewilder- ment as a thorough program of orientation introduces the new junior coed to the Caro- lina Way of Life. " X. k ' . .-1 Starting members of the Carolina Basketball team relax in the dressing room after defeating N. S. State 87-53 in Raleigh January 15 and moving up to the top position in the country. January is final exam time — Carolina coeds show that casual cramming can be done. As the fall semester came to an end, so also did the Tues- day and Thursday evening WUNC-TV appearances of Dr. Bernard Boyd, as the accredited course in his famed Religion 28 was brought to a close. 226 (Sfiei m fftcwofUdi i ■ i This year Graham Memorial celebrated it ' s 25th Anniversary by having a month-long birthday party which included free flicks, well-known speakers, a Sound and Fury production. Student Entertainment Committee presentations, " Les Petite Musicales " and an open house complete with a birthday cake. Students were treated to free dance and bridge lessons and Saturday night combos in the Ren- dezvous Room. They were able to attend the Mardi Gras Weekend which featured Louis Armstrong and his band as well as the Mitchell-Ruff Duo. The Union was available — as it always has been and will continue to be — for student meetings and as a place to relax and join in activities which are planned and executed by a student group, GMAB. Graham Memorial has an unlimited future that will have as an item of its past a 25th Birthday Celebration that we are confident will someday be surpassed by a Golden Anniversary, a Centennial — Linda Mann, Director but for now we are proud of our 25 years of progress. The Graham Memorial Student Union was opened in 1932 in memory of Edward Kidder Graham. M:Dl Fiini|i DiitdK; BoMiDi CyiCi . i m an of GRAHAM MEMORIAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS Seated: Dr. William H. Poteat; Bob Young, Chairman; Linda Mann, Director; Sonny Evans; Dot Pressley. Standing: Joel Fleishman; John Brooks; Clem Shankle; Tom Lambeth; Sonny Hallford; Don Furtado; Barbara Moore. Not Pictured: Miss Katherine Carmichael, Dr. Gerald A. Barrett, Dr. Andrew Horn, Dr. Charles Henderson, Dr. David G. Basile, Dr. Reuben Hill, Mr. Spike Saunders. OFFICE STAFF Seated: Dan Turner, Assistant Director; Mrs. Fambrough, Office Manager; Linda Mann, Director; Elsie Peterson; and Rand Bailey. Standing: Gene Lanier; Myron Ruppe; Ted Bolick; Doug Sessoms; Ron Belk; Gene Hyde; Charlie Covell, Custodian; and Arch Tillett. POOL ROOM STAFF Seated: Lonnie Stephenson, Don Las- siter, and Thomas Averitt. Standing: Tom Bobbitt, Ben Currin, Bill Sneed, Bill Hardesty, and Ed Norris. I GMAB Committee Chairmen are, seated: Chuck Flack, Dance Committee; Esther Ballentine, Calendar Committee; Bill King, Recreation Committee; Jim Armstrong, Mardi Gras Committee; Lee Ann Curtis, Receptions Committee; Gene Whitehead, Forum Committee; standing: George Mitchell, Music Committee; Tom Johnson. Film Committee; Lloyd Shaw, Calendar Committee; Mike Strong and Warren Miller, Publicity Committee; and John Brooks, Polls Committee. I ' : Graham Memorial ptodud twit- Throughout the year at Carolina some 200 stu- dents work with the Graham Memorial Activities Board to direct the programming arm of the campus Student Union. Whether it ' s arranging free movies or typing letters in the GMAB office, the work of these people is dedicated to the idea that a great university is incomplete if it doesn ' t provide a rec- reational program equal to the needs of its students. In attempting to see that UNC measures up to its obligations in this area, some twelve GMAB com- mittees function throughout the year. They are governed by officers chosen by the Board of Direc- tors of Graham Memorial and by an executive com- mittee representing all sections of campus life. A typical GMAB week is as varied as the interests of Carolina ' s almost seven thousand students. Dur- ing the week there are dance and bridge lessons as well as receptions for various groups and visitors. Tom Lambeth, President -I 11 I U 230 T 1 In January local songstress Martha Fouse was presented by GMAB ' s " Les Petites Musicales. " GMAB officers are, seated, Susan Walker, Vice-President; I ' at McQueen, Secretary; standing, Bill Christian, Treasurer; and Bob Staton, Vice-President. Hti mActivities Board " Chile-Hot, " GMAB ' s student-written, directed and produced 1956 spring Sound and Fury presenta- tion, was just as spicy as its title suggests. 1 H " ijfm M P l p! 1 i« 1 k. The Polls and Forum Committees are periodically active to make sure that the more serious aspects of a student ' s personality can find expression within his Student Union. Campus talent works long hours during many weeks to produce the annual musical show which has become a tradition at Carolina under the label " Sound and Fury " and this year talented students extended their efforts to a campus talent contest. From Friday through Sunday GMAB makes its contribution to an active Chapel Hill weekend with free movies, jazz sessions, combos and free juke box music in the Rendezvous Room of GM; and on Sunday night several hundred stu- dents and townspeople gather in the Main Lounge of the same building for music on the slightly heavier side when a " Petite Musicale " takes place. Also, throughout the year, there are special events such as Players Incorporated ' s production of " Henry IV " and the Louis Armstrong dance during GMAB-German Club Mardi Gras Weekend. It ' s all a part of that which each student remem- bers as his years at Carolina. 231 STUDENT ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE Members of the SEC are Mr. Kai Jurgensen; Linda Mann; Barbaree Prestwood; Shirlee Prestwood; Chairman; Martha Barber; Don Freeman; and Larry Harriss. John Kerr. . . . Graham Memorial For its first presentation of the second semester, GM ' s Student Entertainment Committee brought to UNC the famous Don Cossack Chorus and Dancers. Soft music and the quiet, intellectual atmosphere of GM ' s Main Lounge provide the proper setting for that periodic game of chess. In commemoration of its 25th Anniversary, Graham Memorial presented Mardi Gras Weekend, February 15-16, featuring the Mitchell-Ruff Duo and co-spon- soring with the German Club the Louis Armstrong Mardi Gras Dance. Seaan i Jim Raugh, President Mike Weinman, Vice-President Senior Class Don Miller, Treasurer Martha Barber, Secretary Dottie Wood, Social Chairman 0- Class of 57 ABEE, ELMER PRESTON, JR. Morganton B.S. IN Psychology. Alpha Phi Omega, Corresponding Secretary (2,3) ; Baptist Student Union (1,2); Psychology Club (4); Student Party (3); Young Democrats Club (1,2,3,4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3). ADAMS, JOSEPH AVERY Clinton A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Sigma Nu; G.M.A.B. (1,2); Sound and Fury (2). ADKINS, DORIS F. Richmond, Va. A.B. IN Recreation. Kappa Delta; Sound and Fury (3) ; Young Republi- cans Club (4); Y.W.C.A. (3). ALALA, JOSEPH B., JR. Greensboro B.S. IN Business Administration. Gymnastics (1,2). ALDRIDGE, JEAN JACQUELYN Wington-Saleni A.B. IN Education. Alpha Gamma Delta, Executive Council (4), Activities Chairman (4) ; G.M.A.B. (4) ; Phi Assembly (3,4), Clerk (3) ; Student Gov- ernment (3,4), Secretary (4) ; Student Legislature (3) ; Student Party (3,4) ; Women ' s Honor Council (3,4) ; Young Democrats Club (3,4) ; Y.W.C.A., Executive Council (4), Campus Chest Chairman (4); Student Government Executive Council (4) ; Consolidated University Student Council (4) ; Presi- dent ' s Cabinet (4) ; North Carolina State Student Legislature (3) ; Human Relations Institute (3) ; Women ' s Athletic Association (3,4) ; Honor Com- mission (4) ; Orientation Committee, Secretary-Treasurer (4) ; Wesley Foun- dation (3,4) ; Future Teachers of America (3,4) ; National Student ' s Associa- tion (3,4). ALDRIDGE, PATRICIA LOUISE A.B. IN Sociology. Alpha Gamma Delta; (3,4). Boone University Party (3) ; Y.W.C.A. ALFORD, JAMES EVANS Zebulon B.S. IN Commerce. Delta Sigma Pi; Young Democrats Club (4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3). ALLISON, JAMES McMILLAN Asheville A.B. IN Political Science. Baseball (1). AMMONS, FURMAN MAC Red Springs A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Delta Phi Alpha; W.U.N.C. Radio Chief Engineer. AMMONS, GEORGE THOMAS B.S. IN Business Administration ANDERSON, APPHIA PAGE A.B. IN Art. Glee Club (3) ; G.M.A.B., Dance Committee. ANDERSON, DONNA LOU A.B. IN Sociology. Alpha Delta Pi (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). Red Springs Young Democrats Club (4). Washington, D. C. Y.W.C.A. (3); Canterbury Club (3,4); Winchester, Va, Orientation Counselor (4) ; Splash Club ANDREWS, BOBBY TALMADGE MacLeansville A.B. IN History. Cross Country (1) ; Track (1,2). ANTHONY, LOUISA PENN Hartsville, S. C. A.B. IN English. Chi Omega; G.M.A.B.; Panhellenic Council, Vice-President (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4); Orientation Counselor (4). ARCHER, JAMES McILWAINE, III Charlotte B.S. IN Business Administration. Chi Phi, Pledge Master (3), Treasurer (4); Baseball (1); Intramural Council, Secretary (3). ARLEDGE, JERRY MONROE A.B. IN Political Science. Kappa Alpha. ARMSTRONG, GRANT WESLEY A.B. IN Political Science. Chapel Hill Wilmington AMSTRONG, JAMES PAUL, JR. High Point A.B. IN History. Delta Upsilon, Treasurer (3) ; Cross Country (1) ; Univer- sity Dance Committee (4) ; Di Senate (4) ; G.M.A.B., Dance Committee (1), Student-Faculty Forum (2), Sound and Fury (4), Executive Committee (4) ; Carolina Mardi Gras (3,4), Chairman; Student Government (2,3,4) ; Student Legislature (2,3); State Student Legislature, Treasurer (3), Award ' s Com- mittee Chairman (4) ; Student Party, Sergeant-of-Arms (2,3), Advisory Board (2,3) ; Canterbury Club (1,2,3,4) ; Freshman Camp Counselor (4) ; Orienta- tion Counselor (4) ; Dormitory Treasurer (2) ; Cardboard (3) ; Y.M.C.A. ASHBY, CHARLES GLADSTONE, JR. A.B. IN Journalism. Chi Psi; Freshman Class Treasurer (1) Party (1,2). ASHFORD, DAVID LAWRENCE B.S. IN Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi. Y.M.C.A. ASHLEY, DIANA DUNCAN .., ..„„„„, ,„.,,. A.B. IN Physical Education. Delta Delta Delta, Social Chairman; G.M.A.B. (3) ; University Club (3) ; Yackety Yack (3) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4) ; Westminster Foundation (3,4); Women ' s Athletic Association (3), President (4). Elkin Student Scotland Neck Vice-President (3) ; Greenwood, Miss. 235 Seniors Greenville, S. C. ASHLEY, JOAN RILLA A.B. IN Education. Pi Beta Phi. ASTOR, JO ANN A. Newport News, Va. A.B. IN Psychology. Cosmopolitan Club; Young Democrats Club; Univer- sity Party; Y.W.C.A.; Psychology Club. ATKINS, WOODS GARLAND Gastonia A.B. IN Journalism. Playmakers (3,4); Track (3,4). AUSTIN, DALE REID Taylorsville A.B. IN French. Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3) ; Dorm Executive Committee, Treasurer (2), Vice-President (4); Lutheran Students Association, Treasurer (3), President (4). AYERS, JAMES CORDON Raleigh B.S. in Business Administration. AYSCUE, QUINCY ADAMS Monroe A.B. IN History. Kappa Alpha; Phi Alpha Theta; Pi Delta Phi; Lacrosse (1); University Party (1,2,3,4); Wrestling (1,2); Young Democrats Club (1,2,3,4); Orientation Counselor (2,3); Soccer (1). BADDLEY, WILLIAM HENRY Water Valley, Miss. B.S. IN Chemistry. Alpha Chi Sigma; Delta Phi Alpha; Baptist Student Union Executive Council (3,4); Chemistry Club, Vice-President (3). BADGETT, WILLIAM FARRIS Mount Airy B.S. IN Business Administration. Kappa Sigma. BAILEY, JO ANN Kinston A.B. IN Sociology. Carolina Quarterly (3); Y.W.C.A. (3). BAILEY, ROBERT REECE Statesville A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. BAILEY, RONALD EUGENE Alexander A.B. IN Zoology. BALLARD, GEORGE W., JR. Beckley, W. Va. B.S. IN Medical Technology. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Social Chairman; Cross Country, Manager (3) ; Track Manager (3) ; Young Democrats Club (3,4) ; Y.M.C.A. (2,3,4). BALLARD, WILLIAM THOMAS, JR. Polkton A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Young Democrats Club (4); Y.M.C.A. (1); AFROTC (1,2,3,4). BALLENTINE, ESTHER MOLLIE Winton A.B. IN Sociology. G.M.A.B., Co-chairman of Calendar Committee (4) ; Student Government, Elections Board (4), Honor System Committee (4); Student Party (3,4), Secretary (4); Yackety Yack (3); Young Democrats Club (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Cabinet (4); Cardboard, Secretary-Vice-Presi- dent (4) ; House Council (3) ; Carolina Forum (4). BARBEE, WALTER EDWARD Durham B.S. IN Mathematics. Glee Club; Phi Assembly (4); Y.M.C.A. (1,2); NROTC Drill Team (1,2,3,4), Commander (4); Rifle Team (4); Orienta- tion Counselor (4). BARBER, ELEANOR ANN Charlotte A.B. in History. Delta Delta Delta; Y.W.C.A. (3,4). BARBER, MARTHA A. C. Raleigh B.S. in Mathematics. Delta Delta Delta, Treasurer (4) ; Class Secretary (4) ; Consolidated University Student Council; TraBic Committee; Student Entertainment Committee; Student Legislature (3,4) ; University Party (3,4) ; Women ' s Honor Council (3) ; Y.W.C.A. BARBOUR, CARL WINFRED Durham B.S. IN Accounting. Young Democrats Club (4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1). BARKER, PRENTICE REID, JR. Lumberton B.S. IN Geology. BARKLEY, JOHN ROGERS Newton B.S. IN Business Administration. BARLOWE, PATRICIA SAUNDERS Gastonia A.B. IN Education. Gamma Phi Beta; Women ' s Athletic Association Repre- sentative (3) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4) ; Future Teachers of America, Vice-President (4); Dormitory Treasurer (4); Stray Greeks (3,4). 236 ■M Class of 57 BARNES, BILLY. E. Chapel Hill A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Sigma Chi; Daily Tar Heel (4). BARTO, JOHN THOMEN Salisbury, Conn. B.S. IN Industrial Relations. Di Senate 3,4) ; Young Republicans Club (4). BASS, CARL LEE, JR. Durham B.S. IN Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi. BATES, FRED OLIVER, JR. Murphy A.B. IN Political Science. BATES, SHIRLEY ANNE Murphy A.B. IN Music Education. BATTEN, MARY CECELIA Mount Gilead A.B. in Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Kappa Delta; Sound and Fury (3,4) ; Young Democrats Club (3) ; Air Force Sponsor (3,4). BATTEN, ROLAND WESLEY Portsmouth, Va. B.S. IN Geology. Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Secretary-Treasurer (4) ; Track (1); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4). BAUCOM, ROBERT LESLIE Monroe B.S. in Medicine. Phi Beta Kappa. BAUMANN, ELIZABETH ANN Staten Island, IS. Y. A.B. IN Chemistry. Daily Tar Heel (3) ; American Chemistry Society (3,4). BAXLEY, STELLA CATER Macon, Ga. A.B. IN Education. Chi Omega, House Manager (3); Y.W.C.A.; Women ' s Residence Council (4). BEAM, BOBBY GERALD Spruce Pine B.S. IN Business Administration. BEAN, WILLIAM CLARIS Mebane A.B. IN Sociology. Interdormitory Council (3). BEARD, TOMMY FLOYD Thomasville A.B. IN Social Studies. BEATTY, JAMES TULLY Charlotte A.B. in English. Class President (3) ; Cross Country (1,2,3,4), Captain (4) ; Monogram Club (2,3,4), Social Chairman (4); Student Legislature (2); Track (1,2,3,4), Captain (4); University Party (2,3,4). BECHERT, BEVERLY Stamford, Conn. A.B. IN Science Education. G.M.A.B. (1); Sound and Fury; Tennis; Y.W.C.A. BECK, SHELLEY BLAINE Asheboro A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Student Party (1,2); Young Republicans Club (4); WUNC (2,3,4); WUNC-TV (3); AFROTC (1,2,3,4). BEESON, HANSEL CLARKSON, JR. Chapel Hill B.S. in Markktinc. BELCHER, JOB OSCAR, JR. Norfolk, Va. A.B. IN Political Science. Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Sigma; 13 Club (3,4) . BELL, DARWIN LITTLE Statesville A.B. IN Political Science. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Student Legislature (4) ; Student Party (3,4) ; Tarnation (2) ; Young Republicans Club (3,4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1,2) ; Arnold Air Society (3,4) ; Scabbard and Blade (3,4), Com- mander (4) ; Co-Chairman Veteran ' s Committee (3,4) ; Traffic Committee (3); AFROTC (3,4); Traffic Advisory Commission (4). BELL, LAWRENCE GIBSON Allentown, Pa. A.B. in History. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Gimghoul (2,3); Golf (2,3); Sheiks (3). BELL, ROBERT LOCKE Greensboro A.B. IN English. Sigma Chi; Gymnastics (1,2); Lacrosse (1,2); AFROTC (1,2,3,4) ; Arnold Air Society (3,4). 237 Seniors BENNETT, BARBARA O. Chapel Hill A.B. IN Education. Baptist Student Union (1,2,3,4) ; Future Teachers of America (3,4), Vice-President (3), President (4); Independent Women ' s Association (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (2,3,4 ». BENNETT, FRANCES LOUISE Madison, Miss. A.B. IN French. Phi Delta Phi; Sound and Fury (3,4) ; Yackey lack (3). BENTLEY, RALPH LUTHER Moravian Falls B.S. IN Medicine. Alpha Epsilon Delta; Phi Beta Kapp; Phi Ela Sigma; Phi Assembly, Treasurer (3) ; Young Democrats Club (1,2,3). BENYUNES, NELSON V. Chapel Hill B.S. in Business Administration. Delita Sigma Pi; Young Democrats Club (4). BERNHARDT, FRANK CHRISTIAN Charlotte A.B. IN Education. Cross Country (2,3) ; Monogram Club (3,4) ; Track (1,2,3). BERRY, LLOYD EASON Houston, Texas A.B. in English. BERRYHILL, CATHERINE BREWER Chapel Hill A.B. IN English. Delta Delta Delta; Town Girls Association (2,3,4) ; Women ' s Residence Council (3); Y.W.C.A. (2,3,4). BERSHAW, STANLEY MAXWELL Asheville B.S. in Business Administration. Pi Lambda Phi; Daily Tar Heel (1). BIBB, WILLIAM ROBERT Chapel Hill B.S. in Bacteriology. Glee Club (2,3); Orientation Counselor (2,41; Student Party (1,2). BILICH, JOHN MATTHEW Aliquippa, Pa. B.S. IN Industrial Relations. Football (1,2,3,4); Monogram Cluij (2,3,4), Vice-President (3), P resident (4); Track (1,2,3,4); Carolina Athletic Asso- ciation, Vice-President (4). BINKLEY, HUGHES MONROE Kernersville B.S. IN Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi. BISHOP, JAMES FREDERICK, JR. Rocky Mount A.B. IN History. Sigma Nu; Daily Tar Heel (3); Track (1). BIXLER, H. RUSSELL Chapel Hill B.S. IN Industrial Management. BLACK, JOHN ARNETT Greensboro A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Amphoterothen (4) ; Dormitory Vice-President (3) ; Debate Council (1,2) ; Elections Board (3) ; Student Legislature (2,3); Student Party (2,3), Treasurer (3). BLACK, JULIA MARIANNA Charlotte A.B. in History. Kappa Delta; Y.W.C.A. (4). BLACK, WILLIAM LINVILLE Winston-Salem B.S. in (Commerce. BLACKMAN, WILBERT WORTH Smithfield B.S. IN Dentistry. Alpha Epsilon Delta ; Phi Beta Kappa. BLAYNEY, LINDA LEE Washington, Pa. A.B. IN Education. Alpha Gamma Delta; Glee Club (3) ; Panhellenic Council (3). BLOOM, WILLIAM BENJAMIN Wallace A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. WUNC (2,3,4). BLOWE, WALTER THOMAS Ahoskie B.S. IN Business Administration. Alpha Kappa Psi; Y.M.C.A. (2,3,4). BLUE, FRED LEE, JR. Chapel Hill A.B. in Education. Swimming (1). 238 »«1 Class of ' 57 BOBBITT, HARRIET McFADDEN Raleigh A.B. IN Education. Pi Beta Phi; National Student Association (3,4) ; Orien- tation Counselor (4); Student Legislature (3); University Party (3,4), Secretary (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). BOERNER, ROBERT MARTIN KernersviUe B.S. IN Mkoicine. Monogram Club (2,3,4); Soccer (2). BOLCH, OSCAR HOWARD, JR. Albemarle A.B. IN Chemistry. Cardboard (1); Baptist Student Union (1,2,3,4); Glee Club (1,2); Y.M.C.A. (1). BOONE, DONALD LEE High Point A.B. IN HiSTOKY. BOOTH, RICHARD CHARLES Raleigh B.S. IN Business Administration. Kappa Sigma, Vice-President (4) ; Arnold Air Society (3,4) ; Scabbard and Blade (3,4), Treasurer (4) ; Tarnation (3). BORDEAUX, DeMETTE GORDON Elizabethtotvn B.S. IN Business Administration. Glee Club (1). Charlotte Young Democrats Club (4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4), BOST, BETSY VERNON A.B. IN English. Chi O mega Hospital Committee (4). BOURNE, HELEN RAMI A.B. IN French. Carolina Quarterly (4) ; Splash Party (3,4); Yackety Yack (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). BOWDEN, JOHN MITCHELL A.B. IN Chemistry. Young Republicans Club (4) ; Y.M.C.A BOWEN, CHARLES HARVEY B.S. IN Marketing. Y.M.C.A. (1,2). BOWEN, MARILYNN GLORIA A.B. IN Education. BOWIE, HOWARD C, JR. B.S. IN Commerce. Band (1,2,3). Lakewood, N. Y. Club (3,4) ; University Durham (3,4). Ahoskie Ahoskie Henderson BOWLES, CHARLES PARDUE, JR. Winston-Salem B.S. IN Industrial Relations. Kappa Alpha; AFROTC (1,2,3,4); Arnold Air Society (3,4) ; Scabbard and Blade (3,4) ; 13 Club (2,3,4). BOYETTE, CHARLES OTIS Charbourn A.B. IN History. Football (1,2,3); Monogram Club (2,3,4); Track (1); Wrestling (2,3,4), Captain (3). BOYETTE, JOSEPH THOMAS Clinton B.S. IN Business Administration. Phi Gamma Delta; University Club; University Party; Young Democrats Club (4); Y.M.C.A. (2,3,4). BOYETTE, WILLIAM OTIS Chadbourn A.B. IN Mathematics. Football (1,2,3); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3). BRANCH, WILLIAM GOODE Winter Haven, Fla. B.S. IN Business Administration. Glee Club (1,2,3,4) ; Interdorraitory Coun- cil (4) ; NROTC (1,2,3,4), Drill Team (1) ; Student Party (2) ; WUNC (4). BRANDON, LOIS CATHERINE Cartersville, Ga. A.B. in Education. Alpha Delta Pi; Y.W.C.A. (3,4). BRANDT, PATRICIA WAITE Jackson, Miss. A.B. in Education. Delta Delta Delta; Future Teachers of America (3,4) ; G.M.A.B. (3); Tennis Club (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). BRASWELL, CHARLES MARION Monroe A.B. in Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Interdormitory Council (3); Baptist Student Union (1,2,3,4); WUNC (1,2,3); WUNC-TV (2,3,4). BRAUER, ELLEN EVELYN Chapel Hill B.S. in Mathematics. Delta Phi Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa; Daily Tar Heel (1); Independent Women ' s Council (1,2,4), Vice-President (2), Treasurer (4) ; Student Party (1) ; Town Girls Association (1,2,4). 239 Seniors BRAY, EUGENE EDWARD Reidsville A.B. IN English. Beta Theta Pi. BREECE, MARY LEE Fayetteville B.S. IN Education. Delta Delta Delta; Cheerleader (4); G.M.A.B.; Uni- versity Club; Y.W.C.A. BRENNER, THOMAS ROY Riviera Beach, Fla. A.B. IN English. Phi Delta Theta; Swimming (1,2,4) ; NROTC. BRETT, DEWEY HOWARD Raleigh A.B. IN Music. Orchestra. BREWER, JAMES LLOYD, JR. West Asheville A.B. IN Art. BRICKHOUSE, THOMAS SKINNER Chapel Hill B.S. IN Business Administration. Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma. BRIDCER, JOHN BUTLER Bladenboro A.B. IN Chkmistry. Alpha Phi Omega, Secretary; Young Democrats Club; Y.M.C.A. BRIDGES, EFFIE JOANN Shelby A.B. IN Spanish. Glee Club i3,4) ; Future Teachers of America; Dormitory Social Chairman; Student Party (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). BRIGMAN, WILLIAM EDWARD ISeto Bern A.B. IN History. BRINSON, MONROE CARGYLE, JR. Rocky Mount A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Astronomy Club (4) ; Canterbury Club (3,4). BROCK, CLIFTON HENRY, JR. Lillington A.B. IN History. Daily Tar Heel (2); Dormitory President (3); Inter- dormitory Council (3), Secretary; Y.M.C.A. (1). BROCKMAN, ROBERT HIRAM Gastonia B.S. IN Business Administration. BRODY, MARVIN Charleston, S. C. A.B. IN English. Tau Epsilon Phi; Interfraternity Council (1) ; Hillel Cabinet (1,2,3,4) ; Young Republicans Club (4) ; Y.M.C.A. BROOKS, CLAUDE CICERO, JR. Chapel Hill A.B. IN Education. Future Teachers of America (4) ; Wesley Foundation (1); Y.M.C.A. (1). BROOKS, HENRY FRANKLIN Greenville B.S. IN Commerce. Alpha Kappa Psi, Treasurer (4); Glee Club (1,2,3,4), Secretary (4); Professional Interfraternity Council (3,4), Secretary (3), Vice-President (4); University Chorus (3). BROOKS, JANET ANNE Greensboro A.B. IN Education. Alpha Delta Pi, Corresponding Secretary (4) ; Future Teachers of America (3,4) ; Cardboard (3) ; Sound and Fury, Publicity Chairman (3) ; Westminster Fellowship (3,4) ; Yackely Yack (3,4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3). BROWN, ALVIN D. Chapel Hill B.S. IN Business Administration. BROWN, DONALD B. High Point B.S. IN Marketing. BROWN, GORDON RIVES Durham B.S. IN Business Administration. Beta Theta Pi, Vice-President; German Club (-2,3), Treasurer; G.M.A.B. (2,3); Scabbard and Blade; NROTC; Semper Fidelis Society, Vice-President; Student Legislature (2,3) ; Uni- versity Club (1,2). BROWN, GROVER CLEVELAND Harrington, Del. A.B. IN English. Soccer (2,3,4). BROWN, JOE EVANS Charlotte B.S. in Accounting. Alpha Kappa Psi; Freshman Camp Counselor (2) ; Student Party (1,2); Young Democrats Club (1,2,3,4); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3), Handbook Staff (1), Cabinet (3). 240 ors ' Class of 57 BROWN, JOY WADSWORTH Myrtle Beach, S. C. A.B. IN Journalism. Chi Omega; University Party (4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4) ; Orientation Counselor (4); Press Club (4). BROWN, WILLIAM LEE Roanoke Rapids A.B. IN English. Alpha Epsilon Delta; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Interfraternity Council (2,3); University Party (2,3). BRUTON, H. DAVID Candor A.B. IN Philosophy. St. Anthony Hall; Interfraternity Council (4) ; Lacrosse (1,2); University Party (4); Young Democrats Club (4). BRYANT, JAMES KENNETH, JR. Elkin A.B. IN English. Chi Psi, Vice-President (4), Treasurer (3); NROTC; Scabbard and Blade; Drill Team (1,2,3,4), Commander (4) ; Baptist Student Union; Track (1,2,3,4), Captain (4) ; Monogram Club (2,3,4), Treasurer (4). BUFFALOE, JEWEL WILSON Raleigh A.B. IN Education. Y.W.C.A. (3,4); Future Teachers of America (3,4), Secretary (4) ; Orientation Counselor; Independent Women ' s Council. BUIE, ELIZABETH THOMAS Biscoe A.B. in Education. Pi Beta Phi, Corresponding Secretary (4) ; Orientation Counselor (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Dix Hill Committee, Hospital Committee; Future Teachers of America (3,4). BULLARD, DONALD EMERSON Winston-Salem A.B. IN English. Theta Chi; NROTC (1,2,3,4), Drill Team (3). BUNCH, HERMAN, JR. High Point B.S. IN Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi; Y.M.C.A. (1,2); Wesley Foundation (1,3,4). BURBRIDGE, BENJAMIN LAWRENCE Jacksonville, Fla. B.S. IN Business Administration. Chi Phi. BURBRIDGE, CLINTON H. Jacksonville, Fla. B.S. IN Commerce. CW Phi. BURGWYN, MARY BARROW . Jackson A.B. IN Education. Alpha Delta Pi; Sigma Pi Alpha; Panhellenic Council (4) ; University Party (3,4) ; Young Democrats Club (3) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4) ; Future Teachers of America (3,4) ; Orientation Counselor (4). BURNS, ORLU ELAINE Emporium, Pa. A.B. IN Education. Independent Women ' s Council (3,4), President (4); Student Government Executive Committee (4) ; Orientation Counselor (4) ; Future Teachers of America (4). BURROUGHS, JAMES DILLARD Reidsville B.S. in Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi, Treasurer; Interdormi- tory Council (1) ; Young Republicans Club. BURRUS, ROBERT TILDEN Rockford B.S. IN Chemistry. Alpha Chi Sigma. BUTCHART, EDWARD WINSLOW Greensboro A.B. IN Journalism. NROTC, Drill Team, Rifle Team. BYERLY, ANNE SCHUMAN Dunn A.B. IN Education. Alpha Gamma Delta; Y.W.C.A. (3,4) ; Orientation Counselor; Future Teachers of America; Honor Commission. BYERS, DAVID F. Shelby A.B. IN Chemistry. Kappa Alpha; Interdormitory Council (1,2,3,4) ; Uni- versity Party (1,2,3,4); Dormitory Vice-President (1), President (2,4); Y.M.C.A. BYNUM, JAMES JORDAN Raleigh A.B. IN History-. Pi Kappa Alpha. Head Cheerleader (4) ; University Club (3,4), Vice-President (4) ; Track (1,2) ; Sound and Fury (3) ; Scabbard and Blade (1,3,4); Semper Fidelis (3,4), President (4l. BYRUM, FREDRICK COLBY Edenton B.S. IN Business Administration. Phi Gamma Delta, Secretary; NROTC; 13 Club (1,2,3,4). CALDWELL, WILLIAM AUTEN Charlotte A.B. IN English. CAMPBELL, HENRY EUGENE High Point A.B. IN Journalism. Alpha Phi Omega; Glee Club (3,4) ; Young Republi- cans Club (4) ; Baptist Student Union (1,2,3,4) ; Press Club (3,4). 241 Seniors CAMPBELL, MONROE C. Wilson A.B. IN Journalism. Daily Tar Heel (3,4) ; UNC Photo Lab (2,3,4). CANADA, HERBERT SHERWOOD Chapel Hill A.B. IN Journalism. Press Club (3,4). CANNON, MOLLIE VIRGINIA HOUGH Chapel Hill A.B. IN Music. Glee Club (3,4); Student Party (3,4); Tennis (3); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). CANTRELL, DOUGLAS DAVID Seaford, Del. U.S. IN Chkmistry. Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Campus Christian Council (3) ; Elections Board (1,2,3) ; Campus Christian Conference, Co- Chairman; Freshman Camp Counselor (2,3,4) ; Glee Club (2) ; Orientation Counselor (2,3,4); Student Party (1); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4), Secretary (4); Freshman Fellowship Counselor (3) ; CoChairman Study Groups; Wesley Foundation. CARLISLE, JAMES FRANKLIN Guilford B.S. IN Business Administration. Alpha Kappa Psi, Vice-President (4) ; Glee Club (2,3); Y.M.C.A. (1.2). CARLTON, CLAUDIUS LEROY, JR. Chapel Hill A.B. IN History. Beta Theta Pi. CARPENTER, SHIRLEY JOY Oakboro A.B. IN Music. Alpha Gamma Delta; University Chorus, Accompanist (3); Y.W.C.A.; Homecoming Queen (3); Miss Modern Venus (3). CARSWELL, ROBERT LEWIS Morganton A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Cardboard (1); WUNC 2,3); WUNC-TV (2,3,4); Y.M.C.A. (1). CASHWELL, GEORGE BERNARD Mount Airy B.S. IN Economics. Pi Kappa Alpha; NROTC; Orientation Counselor; Stu- dent Audit Board. CASTILLO, ERNEST, III Tampa, Fla. A.B. IN Psychology. Interdormitory Council (1,2); NROTC, Drill Team, Drum and Bugle Corp; Y.M.C.A. (1,2), Chairman. CAUSEY, CHARLES WESLEY, III Greensboro A.B. IN Commerce. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Treasurer; Golf (1); Gorgon ' s Head (3,4); Soccer (1,2); 13 Club (1); University Club (1,2). CHALK, RICHARD WILLIAM Greensboro A.B. IN Chemistry. Sigma Chi. CHAMBERLAIN, NORMAN ALLISON Matthews A.B. IN Zoology. Phi Beta Kappa; Morehead Scholar; Swimming (1,2). CHAMBLEE, JAMES MONROE Fayetteville A.B. IN Music. Alpha Phi Omega, Vice-President (4) ; Baptist Student Union Council (3) ; Collegium Musicum (3,4) ; Daily Tar Heel, Subscrip- tion Manager (3); Glee Club (1,2,3,4), President (3); University Chorus (3,4). CHARLES, WILLIAM CURTIS Rocky Mount A.B. IN Geology. Young Democrats Club (3,4). CHEATHAM, JAMES T., Ill Greenville B.S. IN Business Administration. Zeta Psi, Treasurer; Gimghoul (2,3,4), Vice-President; Lacrosse (1,2); NROTC; Minataurs (1,2,3,4); University Club (2t. CHURCHILL, ROBERT LEWIS Durham A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. CLAIBORNE, JACK E. Charlotte A.B. IN English. CLARENBACH, PAULINE NEUWEILER Miami Shores, Fla. A.B. in History. Alpha Delta Pi, House Manager (4) ; Orientation Coun- selor (4) ; International Relations Council, President (3) ; Women ' s Resi- dence Council (4) ; Westminster Fellowship (3,4) ; Young Republicans Club (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Vice-President (4). CLARK, CAREY ALEXANDER, JR. San Francisco, Calif. A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Theta Chi, Vice-President; Cardboard (1,2,3,4); Basketball (1,2); Monogram Club (2); Track (1). CLARK, DANIEL E. Everetts A.B. IN Chemistry. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Kappa Alpha, President (4) ; Interfraternity Council (3,4) ; Summer School Honor Council. 4 242 Class of 57 CLARK, JOHN KENNETH A.B. IN JoiJRNALitM. Chi Psi; Student Party (1) Affairs Committee, Chairman (1). CLARK, ROY HARRIS, JR. B.S. IN Business Administration. Lambda Chi Alpha. CLARK, WHXIAM THOMPSON Statesville B.S. IN Business Administration. AFROTC (1,2,3,4); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3). Chapel Hill Tarnation (2); Veterans Beaufort CLARKE, SANDRA PHILLH ' S West Palm Beach, Fla. A.B. IN Religion. Delta Delta Delta, Chaplain (41 ; Campus Christian Coun- cil (3,4) ; Canterbury Club (3,4) Party (3); Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Cabinet CLONINGER, NOVELLA ROSE B.S. IN Dental Hygiene. CLONTZ, FRANKLIN DELANO A.B. in Chemistry. Interdormitory Council (2,3). Carolina Symposium (3) ; University (4). Belntont Morganton COKER, RICHARD AMIS Hartsville, S. C. A.B. in Economics. Pi Kappa Alpha; Men ' s Honor Council (1,2) ; Student Council (3,4); 13 Club (1,2,3,4), Vice-President; University Party (2,3). COLE, JAMES ANDERSON, JR. Salisbury A.B. IN History. Kappa Alpha; Interdormitory Council; Interfraternity Council; University Party; Young Democrats Club; Y.M.C.A. COLLIER, JAMES GLENN, JR. Rich Square A.B. IN English. Interdormitory Council (3); Young Democrats Club (4). COLLINS, RILLIE CAROL Kannapolis A.B. IN English. House Council (4); Y.W.C.A. COLLINS, FRANCIS EUGENE, JR. Lumberton A.B. IN French. Daily Tar Heel (1); Young Democrats Club (1,2,3,4); Y.M.C.A. COLLINS, SHIRLEY H. Angier A.B. IN Education. Alpha Gamma Delta; Young Democrats Club (3,4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4). COLLISON, WALTER N. Annapolis, Md. A.B. IN History. Chi Phi, Vice-President (4); Monogram Club (4); Head Cheerleader (3); Editor, Student Directory (2); University Club (2,3), President; University Party (3). CONKLIN, MYRON HERRICK Durham A.B. IN English. Phi Kappa Sigma, House Manager (2), Vice-President (3); G.M.A.B. (1,2); Co-Chairman Film Committee; Interfraternity Coun- cil (3) ; Order of the Golden Bear (1,2,3,4) ; Sound and Fury (3,4) ; Student Legislature (2) ; 13 Club (3,4) ; University Club (1) ; University Party (2) ; Yackety Yack (II. CONNOR, DAVID MARION, JR. Durham A.B. in English. Phi Gamma Delta, Treasurer (3,4) ; Daily Tar Heel (1) ; Gorgon ' s Head (2,3,4), Quaestra; Interfraternity (Council (1,2,3), Treasurer (2,3) ; Men ' s Honor Council (3,4) ; Student Party (1,2,3,4) ; 13 Club (3,4) ; Bi-Partisan Selections Board (3); NROTC (1,2,3,4); Scabbard and Blade (3,4). Chapel Hill Goldsboro CONVERSE, JOSEPH IRWIN, JR. A.B. in Medicine. Lacrosse (1,2,4). COOKE, MARGUERITE HAMILTON A.B. IN Sociology. COOPER, JACKIE FINLEY, JR. Sylva A.B. IN Religion. Interdormitory Council (3) ; University Party (2,3,4) ; Young Democrats Club (3,4). COOPWOOD, ELEANOR CAROLE Holly Springs, Miss. A.B. in Education. Phi Mu; Stray Greeks (3,4) ; G.M.A.B. (4) ; University Party (4); Yackety Yack (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4); Future Teachers of America; House Council (4) ; Beauty Court (4). COPLON, DOROTHY New Bern A.B. IN Journalism. Carolina Quarterly, Assistant Editor (3) ; Daily Tar Heel (3,4) ; Dormitory Vice-President (4) ; Women ' s Athletic Association (3). COPLON, MALCOLM HOWELL Winston-Salem A.B. in English. Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Epsilon Phi; Daily Tar Heel (2) ; Dialectic Senate (1,2) ; Fencing Team (2,3) ; Soccer (1) ; Yackety Yack, Photographer (1); Young Democrats Club (4); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3). 243 Seniors CORBITT, JAMES H. Durham B.S. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. CORLEY, FRANCES ABEE Ruckingham A.B. IN Psychology. CORLEY, JOSEPH RANDOLPH Winston-Salem B.S. IN Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi. CORLEY, MARY CAROLYN Orangeburg, S. C. A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. WUNC (3.4) ; Y.W.C.A. CORNELL, THOMAS BONIFER Key West, Fla. B.S. IN Dentistry. Delta Upsilon, House Manager; Band (1,2,3) ; Orchestra (2). COTTEN, EDMUND L. Belleville, 1 . J. B.S. IN Industrial Relations. COWAN, ALBERT RALPH, JR. Hamlet A.B. IN Psychology. COWAN, HUGH B. Ann Arbor, Mich. B.S. IN Business Administration. Phi Gamma Delta; Monogram Club (2,3,4); University Party; Wrestling (2,4); Scabbard and Blade. COX, CHARLES FERRELL Greensboro B.S. IN Business Administration. Soccer (3). Aurora Secretary (2,4), COX, EPPIE BENNETT A.B. IN Education. United Student Fellowship (2,3,4) Vice-President (3); Wesley Foundation (1). COYLE, FREDERICK JOHN, III Harrington, R. I. A.B. in English. Kappa Sigma; Carolina Quarterly (3) ; Daily Tar Heel (1,2); Golf (1,2); Interfraternity Council (2); Sound and Fury (2); 13 Club (1,2,3,4); University Party (2,3); Young Democrats Club (3,4); Newman Club (2,3,4). CRAVER, DAN B. Vero Beach, Fla. B.S. IN Business Administration. Chi Phi. CRAWFORD, CRAIG EDWARD Fayetteville, N. Y. A.B. in German. Chi Psi; G.M.A.B. (4) ; Y.M.C.A. CRAWFORD, MARY JEAN Rotvland A.B. IN English. Alpha Delta Pi; University Party (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4); Independent Women ' s Council (3); Orientation Committee (4). CRAWFORD, SARAH JEANETTE Raleigh A.B. IN Chemistry. Alpha Gamma Delta; Y.W.C.A. (3) ; Orientation Coun- selor (4). CREIGHTON, ROBERT KILGO, JR. Montclair, N. J. A.B. IN History. Alpha Epsilon Delta, Treasurer (4) ; Alpha Tau Omega, Treasurer 14); Young Democrats Club; Orientation Counselor (3,4). CREWS, WILLIAM BARKER, JR. Oxford A.B. IN History. Student Party (2) ; Young Democrats Club (4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4); AFROTC (1). CRISP, FRED DURHAM, JR. Chapel Hill A.B. in Art. CRONAN, SHEILA B. Wethersfield, Conn. A.B. IN History. Pi Beta Phi; Splash Club (3) ; University Party (3,4) ; Young Republicans Club (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). CROUSE, RAY EDWARD Winston-Salem B.S. IN Business Administration. CRUMPTON, BRUCE WILMOT Roxboro B.S. in Business Administration. Young Democrats Club (3,4). «l i 244 Class of 57 CURTIS, LEE ANN Norfolk, Va. A.B. IN Mathematics. Delta Delta Delta, House Manager (4) ; Canterbury Club; G.M.A.B. (3); Reception Committee Chairman (4); Women ' s Resi- dence Council, Secretary (4); University Party (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (3), Treasurer (4). CURTIS, MARY ELIZABETH Rowland A.B. IN Music. Glee Club (3,4). DAGGERHART, BUDDY ARNOLD Raleigh A.B. IN Political Science. DAIL, DOROTHY ELIZABETH Goldsboro B.S. IN Medical Technology. DALEHITE, ROGER WORTH Hillsboro A.B. IN Physical Education. Football (1); Wrestling (2,3,4). DAMERON, WILLIAM HENRY Goldsboro B.S. IN Business Administration. Kappa Sigma, Vice-President (4) ; Lacrosse (2,3) ; Minataurs (2,3,4) ; Orientation Counselor (3) ; Wrestling (1). DANCE, ERMA ANN Fayettevitle A.B. IN Education. Alpha Delta Pi; G.M.A.B. (3) ; Future Teachers of America (4) ; Orientation Committee (4) ; University Party (4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4); Yackety Yack (4). DANIEL, ANN REEDER Albemarle A.B. in Education. DANIEL, CHARLES REUBEN Roanoke Rapids A.B. IN Political Science. Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Historian; Carolina Political Union (4) ; Carolina Handbook, Section Editor (2,3) ; Honor Council Commission (4) ; Interfraternity Council (2,3) ; University Party; Young Democrats Club (4); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4). DANIEL, CHARLES RUFUS, JR. Weldon A.B. IN Political Science. Daily Tar Heel (3,4). DAUGHTRIDGE, ULYSS GLENN Rocky Mount B.S. IN Business Administration. Alpha Phi Omega; G.M.A.B. (3) ; Y.M.C.A. (1,2). DAVENPORT, CHARLES CARLYLE, JR. Netcland B.S. in Geology. DAVIDSON, CLAYTON WILLIAMS, JR. Mooresville B.S. IN Business Administration. Beta Gamma Sigma, President; Phi Beta Kappa, Co-Vice-President; Phi Eta Sigma; Band (1,2,3,4). DAVIS, BRUCE REYNOLDS Lumberton A.B. IN Education. Glee Club (3). DAVIS, HERBERT OWEN Roxboro A.B. IN Political Science. Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Sigma Alpha; Phi Kappa Sigma, Corresponding Secretary, Recording Secretary, Pledge Master, Vice- President; Di Senate (3,4); G.M.A.B. (4); Interfraternity Council (3); University Party (1,2); Yackety Yack (4); Young Democrats Club (4); Y.M.C.A. (1) ; Orientation Counselor (3). DAVIS, NICK P. Raleigh B.S. IN Accounting. Delta Sigma Pi; Sigma Kappa Epsilon, Vice-President (4). DAVIS, WILBURN ADDISON Waynesville A.B. IN History. Interdormitory Council (1,3); Orientation Counselor (4). DAWN, JON NEIL Gastonia B.S. IN Business Administration. Sigma Phi Epsilon, President (4) ; Caro- lina Political Union (4) ; Carolina Handbook (4) ; Interfraternity Council (3,4); Student Directory, Business Manager (3), Editor (4); Tarnation (1) ; University Party (4) ; Young Democrats Club (4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4). DAWSON, CLAUDIUS STUART, JR. Charleston, S. C. B.S. IN Business Economics. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Warden, President (4) ; Orientation Counselor (4) ; NROTC; Sheiks. DEAL, BOB GENE China Grove A.B. IN Physical Education. DEAN, DAVID RICHARD Durham B.S. IN Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi; Young Democrats Club (3,4). 245 Seniors Chevy Chase, Mil . Fayetteville DEARING, JOHN PROCTOR A.B. IN Music. Band (1,2,3,4). DEAVER, BOBBY G. B.S. IN Business Administration. DEES, SHIRLEY LOU Durham A.B. IN Education. Alpha Delta Pi; Cheerleader (4) ; Future Teachers of America (3,4) ; Yackety Yack (3) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4) ; University Club. DELL, JULIAN PETER, III Bethesda, Md. A.B. IN English. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Treasurer; Basketball (1) ; Tennis (1,2,3,4). DENT, ELIZABETH HUNTER Spruce Pine A.B. IN Dramatic Art. Class Secretary (3) ; Canterbury Club (3,4) ; Phi Assembly (3,4), Corresponding Secretary (3), Clerk (4) ; Playmakers (3,4) ; Student Party (3) ; Young Democrats Club (3,4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Hospital Committee. DeVOGT, JOHN FREDERICK Naples, Fla. B.S. in Business Administration. Phi Eta Sigma; Playmakers (2) ; Sound and Fury (1) ; Young Republicans Club (4). DeWITT, SARA LOUISE Concord A.B. IN English. Delta Delta Delta; University Party (4) ; Young Repub- licans Club (4) ; Y.W.C.A. (4). DINWIDDIE, JAMES WILLIAM Lexington A.B. IN Political Science. DIVINE, MARY RUTH Rocky Mount A.B. IN Sociology. Chi Omega; G.M.A.B. (3,4) ; Young Democrats Club (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). DIXON, CLIFTON NASH, JR. Wilmington B.S. IN Business Administration. DIXON, GERALDINE DREW Winston-Salem A.B. IN Sociology. Kappa Delta; Orientation Counselor (4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Membership Council (3,4), Hospital Committee (3,4). DOCKERY, JAMES STEPHEN, JR. Rutherfordton A.B. in Law. Kappa Alpha; NROTC Outstanding Freshman Award. DODSON, WINFRED GRAY B.S. IN Industrial Relations. DONNAHOE, STANLEY RHOADES A.B. IN Production. Football (1,2) ; Track (1). DORRITY, CHARLES BRENT B.S. IN Marketing. Wilmington Hendersonville Carrboro DOWNING, SHIRLEY JEAN Fayetteville B.S. IN Medical Technology. House Council; Student Partv (4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4). DUCKWORTH, ODELL SILVEY Albemarle A.B. IN Education. DUDLEY, MARIAN WINSLOW Virginia Beach, Va. A.B. IN Education. Pi Beta Phi; University Party (3,4) ; Yackety Yack (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). DUNCAN, GRADY S. Belmont B.S. IN Accounting. DURHAM, BEVERLY WILSON Durham A.B. IN Political Science. Young Democrats Club (3,4). DUVALL, JAMES THOMAS Findley, Ohio B.S. IN Business Administration. Daily Tar Heel (1) ; Phi Assembly (1,2,3,4) ; NROTC (1,2,3,4). 246 , i Class of ' 57 EARGLE, HOMER MELTON, JR. Orangeburg, S. C. A.B. IN English. Phi Kappa Phi. EARGLE, ZANE E. Waxhaiv A.B. IN Education. Phi Beta Kappa; Glee Club (1,2,3,4), Secretary (3), President (4); Order of the Old Well (3,4); Wesley Foundation (1,2,3,4), Program Chairman (3), President (4). EARP, JOY FRANCES Raleigh A.B. IN Psychology. House Council (3), Dormitory President (4); Inde- pendent Women ' s Council (4) ; Orientation Committee (3) ; Women ' s Resi- dence Council, Vice-Chairman (4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Vespers Committee (3). EASON, ROBERT DONALD Snow Hill A.B. IN HiSTOHY. Student Party (3) ; Y.M.C.A. (1,2). EDMONDSON, SUSAN MOORE Hassell A.B. IN Education. Alpha Delta Pi, Social Chairman (4) ; Daily Tar Heel (3) ; Future Teachers of America (3,4) ; University Party (3,4) ; Young Democrats Club (3); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). EDWARDS, CORTLAND H., Ill Sag Harbor, IS. Y. A.B. IN Sociology and Anthropology. EDWARDS, ROBERT WHELESS Loaisburg B.S. IN Geology. EGERTON, SHIRLEY PIERCE Wilmington A.B. IN Political Science. Di Senate (3,4) ; State Student Legislature (3), Clerk of Delegation; Student Party (3), Secretary; Young Democrats Club (3), Publications Editor; Y.W.C.A. EIDSON, FRED GREENE Elkin B.S. IN Accounting. Chi Psi. ELLERBE, ROBERT LEE, JR. Rockingham A.B. in English. Interdormitory Council (3). ELLIOTT, JOHN WESLEY, JR. Shelby A.B. in English. ELLISON, ANN ADAMS Fort Thomas, Ky. A.B. in English. Carolina Quarterly (3) ; House Council (4) ; Yackely Yack (4); Y.W.C.A. (3). ELMORE, MEMORY HICKS Shelby A.B. IN Psychology. AFROTC (3,4), Commander (4) ; Arnold Air Society (4) ; Scabbard and Blade (3,4). EVANS, AMOS RAY Greenville A.B. IN Chemistky. Cardboard (3,4). EVANS, PETER HOLTON Goldsboro B.S. IN Industrial Management. Cardboard (3,4), Office Director; Newman Club, President (3) ; Young Republicans Club (4). EVERETT, WILLIAM HARRELL Williamston A.B. IN History. Sigma Nu; University Club (1) ; University Party (1,2,3,4); Young Democrats Club (1,2,3,4). EVERTON, ROBERT STUART Columbia A.B. IN Political Science. Sigma Nu EXUM, JAMES GOODEN, JR. Snow Hill A.B. IN English. Phi Beta Kappa, President (4) ; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Nu, Vice-President (4) ; Order of the Golden Fleece (4) ; Order of the Grail (3,4), Vice-Exchequer (3) ; Interfraternity Council (3) ; Men ' s Honor Coun- cil (3,4), Chairman (4) ; Order of the Old Well (4) ; Phi Assembly (3,4) ; Student Legislature (2,3), Floorleader (2); University Party (1,2,3,4), Treasurer (2) ; Young Democrats Club (3,4) ; Graham Memorial Board of Directors (3). FALKENBERG, MARGARET Charlotte A.B. IN Sociology. Dormitory Vice-President (4) ; Future Teachers of Amer- ica (3,4); Glee Club (2,3), Librarian (2); University Chorus (4); Young Republicans Club (2,3,4) ; Y.W.C.A. (2,4). FANJOY, FLOYD HEWELL Wington-Salem B.S. IN Marketing. Sigma Chi. FARMER, CARL DOUGLAS Pulaski, Va. A.B. IN Education. Phi Gamma Delta; Football (1,2,4) ; Order of the Grail (3,4) ; Baptist Student Union (2,3,4) ; Track (1) ; Y.M.C.A. (4). 247 Seniors FARMER, ELIZABETH ANNE Charlotte A.B. IN Education. Independent Women ' s Council (4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4). FASSBERG, ROBERT Spring Valley, N. Y. A.B. IN History. Young Republicans Club (4) ; Hillel Foundation (1,2,3,4) ; Band (1,3,4). FEENEY, COLEMAN JAMES Winston -Salem A.B. IN Education. FEIMSTER, BOBBY JACK Statesville B.S. IN Business Administration. FERGUSON, RALPH EVERETT, JR. Charlotte A.B. IN Chemistry. FERRELL, ROBERT WAYNE Graham A.B. IN Advertising. Lambda Chi Alpha, Rush Chairman (4) ; AFROTC (1,2); G.M.A.B. Dance Committee (3), Recreation Committee (3); Inter- fraternity Council (4) ; Publications Union Board (3) ; Sound and Fury, Publicity Manager (3); Tarnation (3); Student Government Board (2); Dormitory Secretary-Treasurer (1); Orientation Counselor (4); University Club (4) ; University Party (1,2). FISHER, LOUIS J., Ill High Point A.B. IN Political Science. Chi Psi, Vice-President (3), President (4) ; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Interfraternity Council (4) ; Student Party (3). FLOYD, GINGER LEE Haines City, Fla. A.B. IN Political Science. Delta Delta Delta; Canterbury Club; Campus Chest, Co-Chairman Solicitors Committee; Honor Commission; Orientation Committee; Student Council; Y.W.C.A., Vespers and Worship Chairman; University Party, Chairman Town Women ' s District. FOLEY, GARDNER, P. H., JR. Greensboro B.S. IN Business Administration. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Gamma Sigma; G.M.A.B., Polls Committee (1,2); Orientation Counselor (4) ; Student Government (2,3,4) ; Student Legislature, Finance Committee (3), Chairman Finance Committee (4) ; Student Party, Advisory Board (3), Vice-Chairman (3,4). FOOTE, JOHN ERNEST, JR. Charlotte B.S. IN Business Administration. Astronomy Club (2,3,4) ; Canterbury Club (2,3,4), Student Vestry (3,4). FORD, LARRY GRANT China Grove A.B. IN History. Chi Phi; Cheerleader (3,4); Student Legislature (1,2); Student Party (1,2,3) ; Consolidated University Student Council (2,3), Presi- dent (3); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3). FOSTER, RALPH O ' NEIL Charlotte B.S. IN Business Administration. Student Party (2). FOWLER, CAROLYN RUTH Chapel Hill A.B. IN Education. Baptist Student Union (2,3,4) ; Y.W.C.A. (4). FOWLER, DON EUGENE Waynesville A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. WUNC, Operations Man- ager (3,4) ; Astronomy Club, President (4). FOX, RICHARD LEE Winston-Salem A.B. IN Political Science. FRAZIER, ANNE CAROLYN Liberty 4.B. IN Education. Alpha Gamma Delta, Future Teachers of America (3,4) ; Student Party (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). FREEMAN, DONALD deYOUNG Great ISeck, N. Y. A.B. IN English. Carolina Quarterly (4) ; Consolidated University Council (3); G.M.A.B., Student Entertainment Committee (1,2,3,4); Interdormitory Council (1,2); Newman Club (4); NROTC (1,2,3,4); Order of the Old Well (4) ; Sound and Fury (3,4) ; University Party (1,2,3,4) ; Yackety Yack (1,2) ; Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4) ; Young Republicans Club (4). FRENCH, ELIZABETH ANNE White Plains, 1 . Y. A.B. IN English. Pi Beta Phi. FROST, CATHERINE DONELSON Florence, Ala. A.B. IN English. Canterbury Club (3) ; Carolina Quarterly (4) ; G.M.A.B. (3) ; University Party (3,4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4). FULLER, EDWIN W., JR. Liberty B.S. IN Business Administration. FULLTON, ANN HARGRAVE Greensboro A.B. IN Sociology. Alpha Delta Pi; Yackety Yack (3) ; Y.W.C.A. (3). 248 Class of 57 FULTON, PAUL, JR. Walnut Cove B.S. IN Business Admimstration. Zeta Psi; Gimghoul (2,3,4), President (4) ; Interfraternity Council (3) ; Minataurs; Greek Week Co-Chairman; NROTC. GALLIMORE, HOWARD KEITH Concord B.S. IN Mathematics. Young Democrats Club (2,3,4). GALLOWAY, ALEX HENDERSON Winston-Salem A.B. IN English. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, House Manager (3) ; AFROTC (1) ; 13 Club (2,3,4), Secretary-Treasurer (3,4); University Club (1,2); Golf Manager (1). GARDNER, ELIZABETH CATHERINE Rochester, I . Y. A.B. IN Sociology. Kappa Delta; University Party (4) ; Young Republicans Club (4); Y.W.C.A. (3); Newman Club (3,4); Spanish Club (3). GARDNER, WILLIAM BADHAM Edenton A.B. IN Political Science. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Daily Tar Heel (1); 13 Club (1,2,3,4). GARMON, RONALD GENE Charlotte B.S. in Chemistry. GARRETT, THOMAS BLACKWELL, II Danville, Va. A.B. IN Philosophy. NROTC (1,2,3,4). GARRISON, LUTHER SNYDER Gastonia B.S. IN Business Administration. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. GARRISS, MARY LINDA Margarettsville B.S. IN Medical Technology. Kappa Delta; University Party (2,3) ; Y.W.C.A. (2,3) ; Women ' s Athletic Association (3). GARRIS, STANLEY ADAMS, JR. Portsmouth, Va. B.S. IN Business Administration. AFROTC (1,2,3,4) ; Dormitory President (3,4); Interdormitory Council Vice-President (4); Track (1); Y.M.C.A. GEDDIE, ANNA WINDLEY Washington A.B. IN Education. Kappa Delta; Future Teachers of America (4) ; Y.W.C.A. (1,2,3), Membership Chairman (3). GEDDIE, WALTER HERMAN Rocky Mount A.B. IN English. Lambda Chi Alpha, House Manager (2), Social Chairman (3) ; Future Teachers of America (4) ; Student Party (3). GIBBS, LINLEY HENRY, JR. Burlington B.S. IN Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi. GIBSON, JAMES LARRY Marion B.S. IN Business Administration. GICHNER, SUSAN ROSALIE Washington, D. C. A.B. IN Recreation. Alpha Epsilon Pi; Basketball; Daily Tar Heel (3,4); Hillel Cabinet (3,4) ; Dormitory Social Chairman (4) ; House Council (4) ; Women ' s Athletic Council (3,4) ; Stray Greeks (3,4). GIERSCH, RICHARD FREDERICK Charlotte B.S. IN Accounting. GILES, WILLIAM FRANK Laurence Harbor, IS. J. A.B. in Sociology. Theta Chi; AFROTC (1,2) ; Football (1,2) ; Interfrater- nity Council (2,3,4). GILLELAND, HARLEY SHEPHERD, JR. Statesville B.S. in Physics. AFROTC Band (1,2); Gymnastics (1,2,3); Monogram Club (3) ; Student Legislature (3) ; Student Part (2,3) ; Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4) ; Intramural Wrestling Champion (1,2); Physics Club (3,4), Secretary-Treas- urer (4) ; Order of the Cube (3,4) ; Dormitory Manager (2,3,4). GILLETT, EMELIA ANNA Enfield B.S. IN Physical Education. Alpha Gamma Delta, Vice-President (4) ; Bas- ketball Club (3,4) ; Splash Club (3,4) ; Tennis Club (3,4) ; Women ' s Ath- letic Council (3). GLEITZ, DAVID ALLEN Wiggins, Mass. A.B. IN Political Science. Phi Kappa Sigma GOBBEL, VIRGINIA ANN Chapel Hill A.B. in Education. Delta Delta Delta; Y.W.C.A. (2,3,4) ; Future Teachers of America (4) ; Town Girl ' s Association (2). 249 Seniors GOBBLE, EVERETTE KINSMAN Hamlet A.B. IN EniXATioN. GODLEY, JACK HOGGARD Wilmington B.S. IN Industrial Rklations. Alpha Phi Omega (2,3,4), Vice-President (3) ; Baptist Student Union (1,2,3,4) ; Daily Tar Heel, Subscription Manager (3) ; Glee Club (1,2,3), Business Manager (3). GODWIN, WILLIAM LONDON Smithfield B.S. IN Accounting. Phi Eta Sigma. GOETZE, MARGOT GISELA Greensboro B.S. IN Medical Technology. Chi Beta Phi; Y.W.C.A. (3) GOFORTH, PRESTON MYERS Lenoir A.B. IN Spani.sii. GOLDBERG, ROBERT HILLARD Greensboro B.S. IN Business Administration. Zeta Beta Tau, Treasurer (4) ; Hillel Cabinet. ( 1,2) ; Interfraternity Council (1); University Club (1,2); Univer- sity Party (1,2,3); Orientation Counselor (2); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4). Baltimore, Md. Kannapolis GOLDSTEIN, LEWIS ALLAN A.B. in Drajiatic Art. Playmakers (2,3,4). GOODNIGHT, PARAS RAY A.B. IN Sociology. GOODWIN, FRANCIS VINCENT Belleville, N. J. A.B. IN English. Varsity Basketball (2,3,4) ; Monogram Club (2,3,4) ; Young Democrats Club (4). GOSSETT, DAVID NORMAN Charlotte A.B. IN History. GRAVELY, MARY LAURIN Ringgold, Va. A.B. IN Sociology. Zeta Tau Alpha; Stray Greeks (3,4), Secretary (4); Gravely Committee Chairman (4) ; Orientation Counselor (4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Cabinet (4). GRAY, FRANKLIN VAIL Henderson A.B. IN History. Zeta Psi; Interfraternity Council (2) ; Minataurs, Presi- dent (2) ; Orientation Counselor (3). Historian (4) ; Roanoke Rapids Chapel Hill Y.W.C.A., Hospital GRAY, WILLIAM DONALD A.B. IN Political Science. GREEN, MARY CAROLYN A.B. IN English. Delta Delta Delta Committee (3,4); Yackety Yack (4). GREENE, CAROLYN ELISE Durham A.B. IN Education. Phi Beta Kappa; Young Republicans Club (2,3,4), Treasurer (3,4) ; Y.W.C.A., Membership Committee (2,3,4) ; House Council (3) ; Glee Club (2,3,4), Librarian (3) ; Independent Women ' s Council, Sec- retary (4) ; Future Teachers of America (3,4), Social Chairman (4). GREENE, WALTER BILLIARD, JR. Zebulon A.B. IN Physical Education. Basketball (3,4); Monogram Club (3,4); Track (3,4). GREULACH, DOROTHY GOULD Chapel Hill A.B. IN Psychology. Pi Beta Phi, President (4); Canterbury Club (2); Panhellenic Council (4); University Party (2,3,4); Y.W.C.A. (2,3); Orien- tation Counselor (3) ; Orientation Committee (4). GRIFFIN, MARION WILSON Davidson A.B. IN History. Phi Alpha Theta; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Delta Phi, Treasurer (4); AFROTC; Scabbard and Blade; Arnold Air Society; Cross Country (1,2,3,4), Co-Captain (4); Monogram Club (2,3,4), Secretary (3); Order of the Old Well; Student Legislature (3,4) ; Track (1,2,3,4) ; University Party (1,2,3,4). GRIFFIN, REGINALD B. B.S. IN Business Administration. Phi Gamma Delta. GRIGGS, HOYTT PRUITT B.S. in Business Administration. GRIGGS, PORTER ODELL A.B. in Journalism. 250 Goldsboro Durham Marble J I H Class of 57 GUSTAFSON, RICHARD LAWRENCE Pinebluff A.B. IN Political Science, lota lota Iota. HACKNEY, CAROLYN ELIZAHETH Sanford A.B. IN Education. Chi Omega; Glee Club (3) ; Sound and Fury (3) ; Orien- tation Counselor; Y.W.C.A. HAFER, MARGARET VIRGINIA Hickory A.B. IN Sociology, ( hi Omega; House Council (3) ; Y.W.C.A. HAGOOD, ADELE DUNHAR Charlotte A.B. IN HisTOuv. Delta Delta Delta; Orientation Counselor; Y.W.C.A. (3,4), HALE, EVERETTE NATHAN, JR. Greensboro A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Football (1); Track (1,2,4) ; WUNC-TV. HALE, LESLIE MORGAN Fayetteville A.B. IN History. Kapi)a Alpha, Secretary (3,4) ; Phi Alpha Theta; Class Treasurer (2) ; Student Legislature (1,2) ; Student Party (1,2,3) ; Univer- sity Club (1); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4). HALEY, DANIEL WINDER Greensboro B.S. in Business Administration. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Historian (4) ; Sheiks (2,3,4). HALL, DONALD JAMES Chapel Hill A.B. in Zoolocy. Chi Psi; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Band (1,2,3) ; Order of the Old Well (3,4); Swimming (1); Orchestra (1,2,3,4). HALL, GORDON BRADFORD, JR. Evanston, III. A.B. IN Mathematics. St. Anthony Hall; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Order of the Old Well; Student Govrenment (2) ; Rifle Team; Scabbard and Blade; Student Legislature (1,2); Yackety Yack (3,4), Business Manager (4). HALL, HAROLD GENE A.B. IN Political Science. Y.M.C.A. (2,3,4). HALL, KENNETH SPAUGH B.S. IN Business Administration. HALL, NORMAN CURTIS A.B. IN Mathematics. Fayetteville Winston-Salem Hurdle Mills HALL, SARAH Oxford A.B. IN Mathematics. Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club (3,4) ; Tennis (3,4) ; Univer- sity Party (3); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). HALLETT, ROBERT EDWARD Lake Wales, Fla. B.S. IN Chemistry. Alpha Chi Sigma; Sound and Fury (3) ; Young Repub- licans Club (4); Y.M.C.A. (1). HALLFORD, EDWARD ULYSSES, JR. Rocky Mount A.B. IN History. Consolidated University Student Council (3,4) ; Director of Graliam Memorial (3); Dormitory President (3); Order of the Grail (3,4); Interdormitory Council (2,3,4), Social Chairman (3,4), President (4); Student Legislature (3,4), Parliamentarian (4); Student Party. HAMMOND, MARGOT CARRINGTON Greensboro A.B. IN Education. Chi Omega; Women ' s Honor Council (3,4), House Co- ordinator; Women ' s Residence Council; Y.W.C.A. HANNER, JULIUS S. Randleman B.S. in Business Administration. HARDY, STEPHEN CHALARON Silver Springs, Md. B.S. IN Physics. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Sigma; Order of the Cube (2,3) ; Physics Club (3,4). HARPER, FERRELL ANN Greenwood, Miss. A.B. IN Education. Delta Delta Delta, Librarian; Y.W.C.A. (3). HARRINGTON, CYRUS ROBERT, JR. Thomasville A.B. IN Political Science. Lambda Chi Alpha, Ptes. (3,4) ; Pi Nu; Pi Sigma Alpha; Class Vice-Pres. (2) ; Dorm. Pres (2) ; Student Legislature (2,3) ; Interdorm. Council (2,3), Summer Pres. (2) ; Interfrat. C ouncil (3,4) ; Men ' s Honor Council (4) ; Student Council (2), Summer Chrm.; Interdorm. Coun- cil Court (3) ; Honor System Comm. (4) ; State Student Legislature (2,3,4) ; Dance Comm. (2,3); Pres. ' s Cabinet (3); Student Party (1,2,3,4), Treas. (1,2), Chrm. (3); Carolina Political Union (1,2), Vice-Chrm. (1), Chrm. (2) ; Internat ' l. Relations Club (2), Chrm.; Nat ' l. Student Assn. (2) ; Order of the Old Well (3,4) ; Amphoterothen (2,3,4) ; Arnold Air Society (3,4) ; Scabbard and Blade (4) ; Orientation Comm. (3) ; Orientation Counselor (2,4); Fresh. Camp Counselor (2,3,4); Elections Bd. (1); Debate Council (3) ; Debating Team (2) ; Carolina Forum (2) ; G.M.A.B. (1,2) ; Campus Chest (3), Bd. of Dir.; Dialectic Senate (1,2); AFROTC (1,2,3,4), Drill Team (1,2,3,4) Commanding Officer (4); University Club (2); Summer School Weekly (2) Assoc. Ed;. Young Democrats Club (1,2,3,4) ; Track (1) ; Cross Country (1); Fencing (1); Graham Memorial Bd. of Dir. (2); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4). HARRIS, FALLS L. Harris B.S. in Medicine. G.M.A.B. (1); Wesley Foundation (1,2); Young Demo- crats Club (1,2,3); Y.M.C.A. (1,2). 251 Seniors HARTFORD, ANNE NICHOLSON Martinsville, Va. B.S. IN Mathematics. Chi Omega; House Council (4) ; University Party (4); Y.W.C.A. (4). HARTMAN, CHARLES FOSTER Gastonia A.B. IN Physical Education. ' Baseball (1,2,3,4); Monogram Club (2,3,4); Soccer (2,3,4). HARVEY, HARRIETTE LANE Kington A.B. in English. Chi Omega; G.M.A.B. (3,4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4). HARVEY, JANE MARILYN Raleigh A.B. in Chemistry. Alpha Gamma Delta; G.M.A.B.; Y.W.C.A. HARWOOD, ED RONALD Winston-Salem A.B. IN English. Chi Psi. HASTE, PATRICIA HOWARD High Point A.B. IN Education. Alpha Delta f j ; Panhellenic Council Secretary (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). HASTE, THOMAS ERIE, JR. Edenton A.B. IN History. Phi Gamma Delta; German Club (3,4) ; 13 Club (3,4). HATTEN, NOLA JEAN Pascagoula, Miss. A.B. IN English. Alpha Gamma Delta, House Manager (4) ; Orientation Committee (4); Women ' s Residence Council (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Univer- sity Speakers (3), Secretary (4), Southern Regional Council (4). HAUGHTON, PATRICIA ANN Charlotte A.B. IN English. G.M.A.B. (3,4) ; Sound and Fury (3) ; University Party (3,4) ; Young Republicans Club (4) ; Y.W.C.A., Hospital Committee (3). HAYES, NATHANIEL PERKINSON, JR. - Greensboro A.B. IN Economics. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Daily Tar Heel (1) ; Cardboard (1); Men ' s Honor Council (3); Orientation Counselor (1,4); Sheiks (1,2,3,4) ; Student Council (4), Clerk; University Party. HAYWORTH, JAMES ARMSTRONG Asheboro A.B. in Chemistry. HAYWORTH, STEVE L. Asheboro B.S. IN Commerce. HEATH, JOHN LEWIS Snow Hill A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Cross Country (1); Dormitory Vice-President and Social Chairman (2,3) ; Baptist Student Union (1); Glee Club (1,2,3,4); Interdormitory Council Social Chairman (2); Sound and Fury (3) ; Student Legislature (2) ; Student Party (2) ; Univer- sity Club (2) ; Y.M.C.A. HECK, WILLIAM ERNEST • Salisbury A.B. IN Sociology. HEINZEN, DIXIE GWEN utley, N. J. A.B. IN Education. Delta Delta Delta; Cheerleader (4); Canterbury Club; G.M.A.B. (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). HENLINE, HAROLD DEAN Marion A.B. IN Political Science. HENDERSON, HAL HILL Bath, S. C. B.S. IN Education. Phi Kappa Phi. HENDERSON, WILLIS IRWIN, III Charlotte B.S. IN Commerce. Sis;ma Alpha Epsilon; Basketball (1,2) ; Golf (1,2,3,4) ; Monogram Club (2,3,4) ; Y.M.C.A. St, Petersburg, Fla. HENDRY, ROBERT HAROLD B.S. IN Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi. HENLEY, ROBERT ALAN Raleigh A.B. IN Political Science. Kappa Sigma, Treasurer (3) ; Interfraternity Council (2); Orientation Counselor (3); University Club (1). HERMAN, MARY MILLER Statesville A.B. IN Education. Alpha Delta Pi; Y.W.C.A. .ap " 252 Class of ' 57 HETTLEMAN, THOMAS PHILLIP New York, V. Y. A.B. IN History. Dormitory Vice-President (4) ; Swimming (1) ; Track (1). HICE, ROBERT HARRISON Charlotte A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Delta Upsilon, Secretary (3), President (4); Carolina Communications Club (1); WUNC (1,2,3); WUNC-TV (2,3,4). HICKS, JEAN PARHAM Henderson A.B. IN English. Canterbury Club; Carolina Quarlerly (4) ; G.M.A.B. (4) ; Yackety Yack (4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Hospital Nursery. HIGH, JAMES CHARLES Whiteville B.S. IN Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi; Young Democrats Club. HIGH, ROY DAVID Sanford B.S. IN Business Administration. HILL, GEORGE H., JR. Ronda A.B. IN English. HILL, ROBERT LEWIS B.S. IN Business Administration. HILL, WILLIAM GILCHRIST B.S. IN Business Administration. HILLIARD, DAN LEE B.S. IN Industrial Relations. Gymnastics (3,4). Kinston Wilmington Greensboro HILLIARD, RONEY ALVIOUS, JR. Asheville B.S. in Business Administration. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Gimghoul (3,4); Sheiks (2). HINSON, LARRY CAPEHART Monroe B.S. IN Accounting. Delta Sigma Pi, Historian (3,4), Vice-President (4) ; Cardboard (2); Interdormitory Council (2); Wesley Foundation (1,2); Wrestling (1). HINSON, REA, JR. Charlotte B.S. in Business Administration. Freshman Camp Counselor; Young Re- publicans Club (4). HOBECK, MARIAN ELIZABETH Virginia Beach, Va. A.B. IN History. Kappa Delta, Treasurer (4) ; Summer School Weekly (3) ; Orientation Counselor (4); Young Democrats Club (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). HODGE, JOSEPH ALBERT New Bern A.B. IN Sociology. HODGES, LUTHER HARTWELL, JR. Raleigh A.B. IN Economics. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma: Pi Kappa Alpha; Dance Committee (2); Gimghoul (2,3,4); Grail (3,4), Scribe (3), Delegata (4) ; Interfraternity Council (2) ; Men ' s Honor Council (2,3) ; Order of the Old Well (3,4), Vice-President (4) ; Student Council (3,4), Chairman (4) ; Student Legislature (2) ; Track (1) ; University Party (2,3) ; Young Demo- crats Club (2). HOFFMAN, FRED M., JR. Burlington A.B. IN Economics. Lambda Chi Alpha. HOFFMAN, MONA JEAN Burlington A.B. IN Sociology. Phi Mu; Y.W.C.A. (3,4) ; Stray Greeks (3,4). HOLDFORD, BARBARA DEANS A.B. IN Education. Chapel Hill HOLLAND, RAYMOND ROGER, JR. Chapel Hill B.S. IN Personnel. HOLT, ALLEN FRANKLIN Asheboro B.S. IN Marketing. Chi Phi, Vice-President (3), President (4); Student Legislature (3, 4) ; University Party (2,3,4), Vice-Chairman (3). HOLT, GLENDALE BOWEN Eru in A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Phi Kappa Phi, Treasurer. 253 Seniors HOLT, TOWNSEND VAN Atlanta, Ga. B.S. IN Dentistry. Kappa Sigma; Class President (1) ; Glee Club (.2) ; Student Council (2) ; Student Party (1,2) ; Tarnation Subscription Manager (2). HONEYCUTT, WAYNE BRIGGS Spruce Pine B.S. IN Business Administration. Aipha Kappa Psi. HOOTEN, JOHN ROBERT Grifton B.S. IN Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi; Basketball (1); Cross Country (1); Young Democrats Club (4); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3). HOOVER, CHARLES WAYNE Winston-Salem B.S. IN Dentistry. Cardboard (1,2,3,4) ; Soccer (1). HORNER, SALLY MELVIN Chapel Hill B.S. IN Chemistry. HORNER, WILLIAM WESLEY Chapel Hill B.S. IN Chemistry. HORNIK, A. ROBERT, JR. Atlanta, Ga. A.B. IN Economics. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Zeta Beta Tau, His- torian (2), Vice-President (3), President (4); Class Treasurer (3); Dance Committee (3) ; Grail, Vice-Exchequer (4) ; Interfraternity Council (1,2,3,4), Secretary (3); Order of the Old Well (3,4); Student Government (2,3,4), President ' s Cabinet (4) ; Student Legislature (2,3,4) ; University Party (1,2,3,4); Y.M.C.A. (1,3,4); Campus Chest (3); Presidential Appointment Committee (3) ; Orientation Counselor (3) ; G.M.A.B., Dance and Music Committee (2); AFROTC (1). HORSMAN, CRAIG MARSHALL Greensboro A.B. IN English. Thela Chi; Carolina Quarterly (2); Cardboard (2,3). HOSTERMAN, EVALYN FRANCES Baltimore, Md. B.S. IN Chemistry. Kappa Delta, House Manager (4) ; University Party (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4); Women ' s Residence Council (4); Chemistry Club. HOUSE, HARRY C. Hamilton B.S. IN Business Administration. Pi Kappa Alpha; University Club; Wrest- ling; Young Democrats Club. HOWARD, ROBEY ANDREW Charlotte B.S. in Industrial Relations. HOWEY, JAMES M. Waxhatv B.S. IN BiisiNESs Administration. Delta Sigma Pi, Vice-President (2), Presi- dent (3); AFROTC (1,2,3,4); Arnold Air Society (3,4), Commander (4); Scabbard and Blade (3,4) ; Dormitory President (2) ; Professional Inter- fraternity Council (3,4), President (4); Young Democrats Club (2,3,4); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3.4). HUDGINS, DANIEL EDWARD, JR. Greensboro A.B. IN Economics. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, House Manager (4) ; Gimghoul (2,3,4); G.M.A.B. (4); Interfraternity Council, Secretary (2), Vice-Presi- dent (3), President (4); Monogram Club (4); Student Legislature (2); Tennis (1,2,3,4); G.M. Board of Directors (3); Minataurs (2,3,4); Con- solidated University Student Council (4). HUDSON, NANCETTA JOYCE Goldsboro A.B. in Dramatic Art. Carolina Quarterly (3,4), Advertising Manager (4) ; Playmakers (3,4), Mask Award for Acting and Production (3); Young Democrats Club (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Art Committee (3), Publicity Com- mittee (4). HUDSON, RICHARD WOODARD Vandemere A.B. IN History. Kappa Alpha; Phi Alpha Thela; Baseball (1,2,3,4) ; Mono- gram Club (2,3,4). HUGHES, JAMES H., JR. A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Kannapolis HUGHES, JIMMIE FRANKLIN Asheville A.B. IN Education. Men ' s Honor Council, Summer (3); Sound and Fury (3) ; Student Legislature (3,4) ; Student Party (3,4) ; Young Democrats Club (1); Y.M.C.A. (1,2); Dormitory Manager (3,4); Personal Secretary to President of Student Body. HUME, CAROLINE FITZGERALD Washington, D. C. A.B. IN Art. University Party; Young Republicans Club (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Office Committee, Publicity Committee, Hospital Committee; Dormi- tory Vice-President (4); House Council (4). HUMPHREY, MARGARET E. Richmond, Va. A.B. IN English. Kappa Delta; Daily Tar Heel, (3,4) ; Panhellenic Council (4) ; Student Party (4) ; Young Democrats Club (4) ; Carolina Symposium Committee. HUMPHREY, SARA ELIZABETH Washington, D. C. A.B. IN Art. Pi Beta Phi, Rush Chairman (4) ; G.M.A.B. (3) ; Panhellenic Council (3,4); University Party (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4); Canterbury Club (3,4); Elections Board (4); Honor Commission (4). HUMPHREYS, LUTHER WADE, JR. Raleigh B.S. in Business Administration. w w 254 Class of 57 HUNT, GEORGE FRANKLIN B.S. IN Chemistry. Alpha Chi Sigma; Track (1). HUNT, JOHN NORMAN B.S. IN Business Administration. HUNT, MARY KATHERYN A.B. IN Education. Waynesville Charlotte Chapel Hill HUNTER, EDWARD REID Charlotte A.B. IN Economics. Chi Phi; Young Republicans Club (4) ; International Relations Council Treasurer (3). HUNTER, GEORGE PATRICK, JR. Charlotte B.S. IN Business Administration. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President (4) ; Dance Committee (1,2), President (3); Gimghoul (3,4); Interfraternity Council (4) ; Men ' s Honor Council (3) ; Student Legislature (2) ; Univer- sity Party (1,2,3,4); Orientation Committee; Swimming (1). HUNTER, MARIA BURGWYN Roanoke Rapids A.B. in Education. Young Democrats Club (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Cabinet (4) ; Canterbury Club (3,4) ; Campus Christian Council (3,4) ; Orientation Counselor (4). HUNTLEY, WALTER JONES, III Smithfield A.B. in History. Alpha Tau Omega, Social Chairman (2,3), Vice-President (4); Student Legislature (2); University Party (1); Orientation Counselor (3). HUTCHINS, EDWARD WIER Winston-Salem B.S. IN Business Administration. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Social Chairman (3,4); Monogram Club (2,3,4); Wrestling (2,3,4); Minataurs (2,3,4). HUTCHINSON, SAMUEL SPALDING Chapel Hill B.S. IN Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi; Y.M.C.A. (1,2), Cabinet (1,2). IBRAHAM, BRYSON COY A.B. IN English. ICENHOUR, MAX PHILLIP A.B. IN Political Science. ISLEY, DONALD NEWTON B.S. IN Business Administration. Winston-Salem Durham Walkertotcn ISREAL, MARVIN BOYD Greensboro B.S. IN Business Administration. JACKSON, JOSEPHINE ROSE Richmond, Va. A.B. IN Education. Kappa Delta; Y.W.C.A. (3,4) ; Canterbury Club (3,4) ; Future Teachers of America (3,4). JACOBUS, ROBERT BINGHAM Raleigh B.S. IN Business Administration. Beta Gamma Sigma; Chi Psi; Phi Beta Kappa; University Party (1,2,4); Freshman Camp Counselor (2); Orienta- tion Counselor (2,3) ; Orientation Committee (4) ; Summer School Orienta- tion Chairman; Episcopal Choir (2,3,4); UNC Student Traffic Committee (4); Campus Stores Committee (4); Summer School Honor Council (3); Dormitory Vice-President (4). JAMES, CAROLYN ELIZABETH Greenville A.B. IN English. Y.W.C.A. (3,4) ; Air Force Sponsor (3,4). JAMES, ERNEST KELLY, JR. Winston-Salem A.B. IN History. Phi Alpha Theta; Phi Beta Kappa; G.M.A.B. Faculty- Forum Committee (4). JEFFERSON, DONALD ELMORE Reidsville A.B. IN Music. Phi Mu A lpha; Band (1,2,3,4), Publicity Manager (3), President (4), Drum Major (4); Cross Country (1); Glee Club (1,2); Track (1). JENKINS, KENNETH LEE A.B. in Economics. JENNINGS, ANN A.B. IN Spanish. Alpha Delta Pi; (3); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). JINNETTE, BETTY BOYD A.B. IN Dramatic Art. Playmakers. Jacksonville Greenville, S. C. G.M.A.B. Polls Committee (3) ; Tennis Goldsboro Seniors JOHNSON, BRUCE CANNON Conway A.B. IN Political Science. Pi Kappa Alpha; Pi Sigma Alpha; University Party (3,4); Young Democrats Club (3,4); Y.M.C.A. (2,3,4). JOHNSON, CHARLES MACK Lenoir A.B. IN Journalism. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Secretary (2,3) ; Daily Tar Heel (3,4), Managing Editor (4) ; Student Legislature (2) ; University Club (1) ; University Party (1,2) ; Young Democrats Club (1,2,3,41 ; Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4). JOHNSON, DEWEY EDWARD, JR. Charleston, S. C. A.B. IN Geology. Phi Kappa Sigma; University Club. JOHNSON, RALPH DEWEY Winston-Salem B.S. IN Business Administration. JOHNSON, THOMAS HATCHER Golds boro A.B. IN Physical Education. Gymnastics (1,2); Monogram Club (2,3,4); Soccer (1) ; Young Democrats Club (4) ; Y.M.C.A. (3,4). JOHNSON, THOMAS LINDEMANN Bayside, Va. A.B. IN History. Chi Psi; Sigma Epsilon Xi; G.M.A.B. (4), Chairman Film Committee; Publications Board, Treasurer (4) ; Sound and Fury (2) ; Student Legislature (2); University Party (2); Yackety Yack (2,3,4), Sophomore Class Editor (2), Junior Class Editor (3), Editor-in- Chief (4); Dormitory Officer (1) ; German Play (2) ; Saturday Club (3). JOHNSON, WILLIS JEFFERSON, JR. Wallace A.B. IN Physical Education. JOHNSTON, HILL CALDWELL I oroton, Conn. A.B. in Political Science. Theta Chi, Secretary (3), Treasurer (4); Phi Assembly (1,2,3,4), Sergeant-at-Arms (2), Treasurer (4); Tarnation (1); Debate Team (1) ; Special Freshman Group (1). JONES, ANNE HARMON Norfolk, Va. A.B. IN Sociology. Delta Delia Delta; Young Republicans Club (4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,41, Hospital Committee. JONES, CAROL ANN Washington, D. C. A.B. IN Psychology. Dormitory President (4) ; Independent Women ' s Coun- cil (3); Y.W.C.A. (3). JONES, HARVEY THEODORE Cary A.B. IN English. Alpha Phi Omega; Dormitory President (4), Intramural Manager (2,3), Intramural Managers Trophy (2); Dance Committe (4), Head Doorman; Football (1) ; Interdormitory Council (4) ; Monogram Club (3,4); Soccer (3,4); Y.M.C.A. (3,4), Hi-Y Chairman (3). JONES, JOHN COLUMBUS, JR. Richmond, Va. A.B. IN History. Football (1,2,3,4); Track (1,2,3,4); Monogram Club (2,3,4). JONES, RICHARD LAWRENCE Rockingham B.S. IN Marketing. Alpha Kappa Psi; Student Legislature (3) ; University Party (3) ; Newman Club. JONES, SUE BROCK Trenton A.B. IN Education. Alpha Gamma Delta, Corresponding Secretary (4) ; Can- terbury Club (3,4); Future Teachers of America (3,4); Young Democrats Club (3); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). JONES, TALMAGE LLOYD, JR. Asheville A.B. IN Chemistry. JOYNER, WILLIAM CLIFFORD Louisburg B.S. IN Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi; Golf (1). JUNG, WALKER Kannapolis A.B. IN Education. Monogram Club; Wrestling. KAHN, FRED NACHMAN Asheville A.B. IN History. Pi Lambda Phi; Soccer (2) ; Young Democrats Club (1,2). KAHN, MAX JERALD Atlanta, Ga. B.S. IN Marketing. Zeta Beta Tau, Secretary (3); G.M.A.B. (1,2); Hillel Cabinet (1,2,3,4); Order of the Golden Bear (1,2,3,4); Orientation Coun- University Party (1,2,3); Y.M.C.A. selor (2); Student Legislature (1) (1,2,3,4). KAPILOFF, ARNOLD YALE B.S. in Accounting. Pi Lambda Phi. KEEVER, WILLIAM NORRIS B.S. IN Business Administration. Dormitory Manager (3,4) ; NROTC (1,2,3,4). 256 Winston -Salem Hiddenite Class of 57 loiif »Mi St. Stephen, S, C. Arnold Air Society (4) ; KELLER, GEORGE JOSEPH B.S. IN Business Administration. Chi Psi; AFROTC. KENTOPP, DONALD E. East Orange, N. J. A.B. in Economics. St. Anthony Hall; Dance Committee (2,3,4) ; Sound and Fury (3,4) ; Rifle Team (1,2,3,4). KESTER, JAMES WILEY Winston-Salem A.B. IN History. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Minataurs. KETLER, ROBERT EDWARD Wyncote, Pa. A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Y.M.C.A. (1); Young Republicans Club (4). KILGO, JOHN WARWICK Charlotte A.B. IN Journalism. KINCEY, HERBERT P., JR. Charlotte A.B. IN English. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Young Republicans Club (3). Asheville Winston-Saleni KING, LIONEL €., JR. A.B. in Psychology. University Party (3). KINNEY, RICHARD NED B.S. IN Business Administration. Band (1). KIRKLAND, THOMAS VENABLE Coral Gables, Fla. A.B. IN Geography. Monogram Club (2) ; Tarnation (3) ; Soccer (1,2). KISER, EDWIN MARTEN Laurinburg A.B. IN Mathematics. Student Legislature (4) ; Student Party (3,4) ; WUNC (3,4). KNAUFF, JAMES WILLIAM, III Charlotte B.S. IN Business Administration. Sigma Chi. KNOTT, JO ANNE Oxford A.B. IN Sociology. Alpha Delta Pi, Rush Chairman (4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4) ; AFROTC Sponsor (3,4) ; Panhellenic Council (4). KORSCHUN, RONNI LEVIN Chapel Hill A.B. IN Sociology. Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Sigma Sigma; Hillel Cabinet, Social Chairman, Vice-President. KORSCHUN, ALAN MILLER Chapel Hill B.S. IN Business Administration. Tau Epsilon Phi; Wrestling (1,2,3) ; Soc- cer (2) ; Daily Tar Heel (2,3) ; Hillel Cabinet (1,2,3,4) ; Student Party (1) ; Student Legislature (1). KREPP, CHARLES A. Baltimore, Md. A.B. IN Education. Phi Delta Theta; Swriraming (1,2,3,41. KURTZ, DONNA CAROLYN Charlotte A.B. IN Psychology. Psi Chi; Yackety Yack (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). LAMBETH, THOMAS WILLIS Winston-Salem A.B. IN History. Carolina Political Union (1,2); Daily Tar Heel (1); Di Senate (1,2,3); G.M.A.B. President (4); Golden Fleece (3,4); Grail (3,4); Order of the Old Well (3,4); Publications Union Board, Treasurer (2), Chairman (31; Student (Government (4), Cabinet; Student Legislature (1,2,3); Student Party (1,2,3,4), Chairman (4); Young Democrats Club (1,2,3,4) ; State Student Legislature (2,3) ; Carolina Forum (2,3), Chairman (3); Amphoterothen (3,4); Carolina Handbook (1), Managing Editor. LAMM, RONEY WILLIAM Wilson A.B. IN Political Science. LASLEY, GLENN EDWIN Letcisville B.S. IN Business Administration. Delia Sigma Pi; Young Democrats Club (3,4); Y.M.C.A. (1,2.3,4); Morehead Planetarium (3,4). LATHAM, JARVIS H. Washington A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Phi Mu Alpha; WUNC; WUNC-TV; Scabbard and Blade; AFROTC. LATTIMORE, JAMES GORDON Ellenboro B.S. IN Geology. 257 Seniors LATTIMORE, NANCY FRANCES Polkville A.B. IN HiSTOKY. Young Democrats Club (3,4) ; Baptist Student Union (3,4), Secretary (4) ; Women ' s Athletic Association Council (4). LAUERHASS, LUDWIG, JR. Altadena, Call A.B. IN Political Science. LAVIETES, ROBERT EDWARD Greensboro A.B. IN HisTOHY. Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Lambda Phi; Di Senate (1) ; Elections Board (1). LEAVITT, RICHARD MICHAEL Greensboro B.S. IN Business Administration. Pi Lambda Phi, Secretary (3,4) ; Daily Tar Heel (4) ; Young Democrats Club (4). LEE, BELLE ATKINS Faison A.B. IN Education. Chi Omega; University Party (4). LEFLER, TRUDY DEEMS I eu ton A.B. IN Physical Education. Alpha Gamma Delta, Treasurer, Vice-Presi- dent, President (4); Basketball (2,3,4); Order of the Old Well (3,4); Panhellenic Council (3,4) ; Splash Club (3,4) ; Y.W.C.A. (2,4) ; Women ' s Athletic Association (1,2,3,4,), Vice-President, President. LeGRANDE, KATIIRYN JEWEL Daytona Beach, Fla. A.B. in History. Chi Omega; Student Legislature (4) ; Tennis (3,4), Chair- man (4); University Party (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Cabinet (4); Orienta- tion Commtitee; Women ' s Athletic Association Council. LEWIS, HARRIETTE CALLAWAY Sutherlin, Va. A.B. IN English. Pi Beta Phi. LEWIS, JAMES OLIVER Fayetteville A.B. IN Political Science. Chi Psi. LEWIS, JAMES RANDOLPH Wilmington A.B. in Geography. LIEBERMAN, DAVID ARIA Wilmington B.S. IN Business Administration. Tau Epsilon Phi; Daily Tar Heel (2); Debate Council (2.3,4), President (4); Interfraternity Council (3,4); Audit Board (4) ; President ' s Cabinet (3) ; Orientation Counselor (3). LIGHT, NANCY LASELL Biltmore A.B. IN Education. Sound and Fury (3). LILLY, HESTER VIRGINIA CALVERT Fayetteville A.B. IN Sociology. Chi Omega; Daily Tar Heel (3) ; G.M.A.B. (3, 4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4). LINDEMAN, MARGERY KEPPER Virginia Beach, Va. A.B. IN French. Alpha Delta Pi; G.M.A.B. (4); University Party (3,4); Yackety Yack (4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4) ; Yackety Yack Beauty Court (4). LINDSLEY, DELL PRITCHARD Williamston A.B. IN English. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Soccer (1) ; Minataurs (2). Raleigh Winston-Salem Baptist Student Union LINK, NANCY ANN A.B. IN History. Daily Tar Heel (3). LINK, NORRIS WILFORD, JR. B.S. IN Business Administration. Y.M.C.A. (4) : (1,2,3). LIPMAN, EDWARD C. New Bern B.S. IN Business Administration. Pi Lambda Phi, Treasurer; Daily Tar Heel Business Staff (1,2); Interfraternity Council (1,2,4); Student Legis- lature (1,2,3); University Party (1,2,3,4); Business Manager of Summer School Weekly; Summer School Student Council; Orientation Counselor; Elections Board. LITTLE, GENET HARDISON Wadesboro A.B. IN Chemistry. University Party (3,4) ; Young Democrats Club (3) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4). LITTLE, JAMES CARROLL Hickory B.S. in Business Administration. Y.M.C.A. (1,2). LITTLE, JANE M. Charlotte A.B. IN Chemistry. Pi Beta Phi; University Party (4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4). 258 Class of 57 Emporia, Va. (1,2,3,4) ; Monogram Club LIVELY, KNOX KENT, III ReiiUville B.S. IN Medicine. Gymnastics (1 ). LIVESAY, DARDEN RAWLES B.S. IN Business Administration. Football (2,3,4). LIVINGSTON, FRANK HELLER Highland Park, III. B.S. IN Business Aumimsthation. Student Government (2,3) ; Student Party (3); Tennis (1,2,3,4); Dormitory President (3); Interdormitory Council (2). LLOYD, BETSY CAROL Raleigh A.B. IN Comparative Literature. LOFTIN, WILLIAM RECTOR, JR. Mount Olive B.S. IN Accounting. Alpha Kappa Psi; Interdormitory Council (2) ; Dormi- tory President (2). LONG, LARRY BURKHEAD Candor A.B. IN Sociology. LOPP, JOHN BYRON, JR. Lexington B.S. in Industrial Relations. Sigma Chi, House Manager (2). LOVE, BARBARA REINHARDT Lincolnton A.B. in Education. Chi Omega; University Party; Y.W.C.A., Co-Chairman of Reception Committee, Hospital Committee; Graduation Marshall. LOWDER, ROBERT HENRY Albemarle B.S. in Marketing. Y.M.C.A. LOWRY, KENNETH FRANCIS, JR. Troy, Ohio A.B. IN English. Chi Psi; Interfraternity Council (2) ; G.M.A.B. ; Sound and Fury (2,3), Chairman of Sound and Fury (3) ; Gymnastics (1) ; Playmakers (3,4); Student Legislature (1,2); Student Party (1,2); Yackety Yack, Co- Editor of Beauty Contest (3). LUDWIG, JOHN McKAY f eu Orleans, La. A.B. IN English. St. Anthony Hall; Glee Club (1,2); G.M.A.B. (2,3,4), Vice-President (4) ; Playmakers (1,2) ; Sound and Fury (3,4), Director (4) ; WUNC Staff; NROTC. LYNN, JOHN WORTH Petersburg, Va. A.B. IN Chemistry. Interdormitory Council (4) ; Young Democrats Club (3,4). LYON, STEVEN GRANT, JR. Wilkesboro B.S. IN Industrial Relations. Delta Phi Alpha; Iota Iota Iota; Interdormi- tory Council (3,4) ; Young Republicans Club (1,2,3,4), Treasurer (1) ; Dormitory President (4). McBRIDE, CHARLES FLETCHER Rockingham A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. McCALL, DAVID LAWRENCE Charlotte A.B. IN Political Science. Football (1) ; AFROTC. McCAULEY, PAUL G., JR. Fayetteville A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Delta Upsilon; Band, (1,2); Playmakers (3,4); WUNC-TV (3,4); Glee Club (2). McCOLL, HUGH LEON, III Bennettsville, S. C. B.S. IN Business Administration. Beta Theta Pi, President (4) ; Interfrater- nity Council (3,4) ; Lacrosse (1,2). McCORMICK, JOHN PATRICK Monroe B.S. IN Industrial Relations. Kappa Alpha; Dance Committee (2,3), Court (3) ; Monogram Club (2,3,4) ; Orientation Counselor (2) ; Soccer (1) ; Varsity Soccer (2,3). McCRACKEN, CARROLL JOE Canton B.S. IN Industrial Relations. McDonald, MARY ALLEN Carthage B.S. IN PuRLic Health. Dormitory Treasurer (4) ; President ' s Cabinet (4). McDowell, doris Elizabeth Wake Forest A.B. IN English. University Club (3) ; Young Democrats Club (4) ; Y.W.CA. (3,4); Playmakers (4); Glee Club (4); Yackety Yack Beauty Court (4). 259 Seniors McFADDEN, NANCY Atlanta, Ga. A.B. IN E cLISH. Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Phi Beta Kappa; Carolina Quarterly (3); Y.W.C.A. (3,4); Canterbury Club (3,4), Secretary (4). McGRAW, ELIZABETH HAHNE Charleston, S. C. A.B. IN English. Chi Omega: Carolina Quarterly (3); Y.W.C.A. 13,4). McGUIRE, AUBREY LEE, JR. Guilford College B.S. IN Business Administration. McGUIRE, THOMAS WADFORD Todd B.S. IN Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi; AFROTC; Y.M.C.A. McINNIS, DAVID FAIRLEY, JR. Sumter, S. C. A.B. IN Political Science. Kappa Alpha; Monogram Club (4) ; Swimming (1,2,3,4); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3); Scabbard and Blade; Arnold Air Society. McINTOSH, BOYD LYNDON Gastonia A.B. IN Chemistry. McKEOWN, FRANK JAMES Asheville A.B. IN Economics. McLAURIN, STEWART PARNELL Durham B.S. IN Business Administration. Y.M.C.A. (2,3). McLean, ALICE JOAN Weavervllle A.B. IN Journalism. Daily Tar Heel (3,4) ; Young Democrats Club (3) ; Press Club, Vice-President. McLean, WILLIAM sartor Lumbenon A.B. IN Economics. Phi Beta Kappa, Secretary (4) ; Phi Gamma Delta, Sec- retary (4); Dance Committee (4); Grail, Exchequer (4); Elections Board (2,3), Chairman (3); Chairman of Orientation (4); Orientation Counselor (3); Constitutional Revisional Committee (3). McMillan, COLIN RILEY Houston, Texas B.S. IN Geology. Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Kappa Sigma, House Manager (2,3), Pledge Master (2), Corresponding Secretary (4); Sigma Gamma Epsilon; NROTC Drill Team ( 1) ; Semper Fidelis, Social Chairman (4) ; Yackety Yack (4). ' McNEIL, JANET GAIL Lenoir A.B. IN Education. Glee Club (3) ; Women ' s Residence Council (3). McQueen, PATRICIA grace Lumbenon A.B. in Education. Chi Omega, Secretary (4); G.M.A.B. (3,4), Secretary (4); Valkyries (4); Women ' s Honor Council (3,4), Chairman (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Hospital Committee. McRACKEN, ROBERT EUGENE Red Springs B.S. IN Business Admimstration. Baseball (1,2,3,4). McRAE, JAMES ARTHUR Red Springs B.S. IN Business Administration. McSORLEY, MARION JOSEPH New Bern B.S. IN Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi. MACON, ROBERT LEE, JR. . Seagrove B.S. IN ACCOUNTIG. MADDISON, JANE ELISABETH Scotland Neck B.S. IN Marketing. Pi Beta Phi, Treasurer (4) ; Canterbury Club (3,4) ; Orientation Counselor (4); University Party (3,4); Yackety Yack (3,4), Sorority Editor (4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Office Force (4). MADDOX, CALEB JONES Goldsboro A.B. IN Economics. Kappa Sigma, Treasurer (4). MADRY, ISABEL MacKENZIE Winston-Salem A.B. IN Psychology. Psi Chi, Secretary (4) ; Dormitory Secretary (4) ; House Council (3); Psychology Club (3,4), President (4); Independent Women ' s Association (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Film Forum, Dix Hill Com- mittee, Nursery Committee; Air Force Sponsor (3,4). MAGNESS, JAMES EVERETTE Shelby B.S. IN Commerce. 260 Kcl Class of ' 57 MALONE, PHILIP STRATTON, JR. Greensboro A.B. I.N Psychology. Chi Phi, Sergeant-at-Arms (2), Historian (3,4); Dormitory President (1); Canterbury Club (1); Interdormitory Council (1); Student Legislature (4); University Party (1,2,3,4); International Relations Council (3) ; Psychology Club (4) ; Young Democrats Club (L2,3,4); Y.M.C.A. (4). MANGLM, BENSON R. Chapel Hill A.B. IN Sociology. Theta Chi. MANGLIM, FRED LOVE Wadesboro B.S. IN Business Administration. Young Democrats Club. MARCOPULOS, NICHOLAS PETER Stamford, Conn. A.B. IN Languages. St. Anthony Hall; Football (1,2,3,4) ; Interfraternity Council (3); Sound and Fury (3); Track (1,2); Wrestling (1,2). MARKS, STEPHEN CHARLES Hudson, Ohio A.B. IN Economics. Chi Psi, Treasurer (4) ; Swimming (1,2). MARSH, GEORGE COVINGTON Chapel Hill B.S. in Commerce. Young Republicans Club; Y.M.C.A. MARSH, WILHELMINA WAY Raleigh A.B. IN Education. Pi Beta Phi; Y.W.C.A. (3,4). MARSHBUAN, BERRY DANIEL, JR. Chapel Hill A.B. IN Political Science. MARTIN, ALICE WINIFRED Charlotte A.B. IN Journalism. Press Club Secretary (3) ; Women ' s Athletic Associa- tion (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). MARTIN, JAMES EDWIN, JR. Charlotte A.B. IN History. Phi Delta Theta, Treasurer (4) ; Order of the Old Well (3,4), Executive Committee (3); Student Government Treasurer (3); Student Legislature (2,3) ; University Party (2,3) ; NROTC, Drill Team (1,2), Quarterdeck Society Treasurer; Orientation Committee (4). MASHBURN, CLIFTON A., JR. Asheville B.S. IN Business Administration. MATKINS, DONALD LEWIS Burlington B.S. IN Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi; Pi Nu; Interdormitory Council (4) ; Student Party (4) ; Young Democrats Club (4) ; Y.M.C.A. (3,4); Orientation Counselor (4); AFROTC (1,2). MATTHEWS, MARSHALL LAWRENCE, JR. Winston-Saleni B.S. in Geology. Lambda Chi Alpha; Cross Country (1) ; Phi Assembly (1,2,3,4), Speaker (4) ; Student Party (3,4) ; Track (1) ; Young Democrats Club (2) ; Amphoterothen Society (3,4) ; Wesley Foundation (1,2,3,4) ; State Student Legislature (3,4) ; Chairman of Student Traffic Committee (4) ; Orientation Ciounselor (4) ; President ' s Cabinet (4). MATTHEWS, WILLIAM DAVID Rockwell B.S. in Marketing. MATTHIS, JAMES HAROLD Warshaw A.B. IN Chemistry. MEARES, CLYDE LeROY, JR. Charlotte B.S. IN Marketing. Chi Phi, Secretary (3), President (4); Interfraternity Council (2,3); University Party (1,2,3); Audition Board (3). MELDAHL, ELAINE LOUISE Mexico City, Mexico A.B. IN French. MELOY, BETTY ANN Washington, D. C. A.B. IN Education. Glee Club (3) ; Sound and Fury (3) ; Tennis (3,4) ; University Party (3,4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4) ; G.M.A.B. Activities Committee (3,4); Canterbury Club; House Council; University Chorus (4). MELTON, ANNE FORD Charleston, S. C. A.B. IN English. Chi Omega, Social Chairman (4) ; Kappa Alpha Rose; Canterbury Club (3) ; House Council (3) ; Orientation Counselor (4) ; Uni- versity Party (3,4); Saturday Club (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Hospital Com- mittee (3) ; Yackety Yack (3,4), Senior Class Editor (4). METHVIN, DURA JANE Fayetteville A.B. IN Education. Student Party (3) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4). MICHAEL, GAIL McCUTCHEON Durham A.B. IN Sociology. 261 Seniors MICHAEL, WILLIAM SHAW Athens, Ca. A.B. IN English. Kappa Sigma; Minataurs (2,3,4); Soccer (1,2,3); Sound and Fury (2); University Party (3,4); Y.M.C.A. (1,2). MICHAUX, DAVID MARION, III JacksonviUe, Fla. A.B. IN History. Sigma Chi; Dance Committee (3,4) ; NROTC; Semper Fidelis Society; Y.M.C.A. (1). MICHIE, JOHN CHAPMAN Roxboro A.B. IN English. Phi Kappa Sigma. MILES, CHARLOTTE A.B. IN Psychology. Newman Club Secretary (3,4). MILLER, ANNE MARIE A.B. IN Education. Delta Delta Delta, Secretary Y.M.C.A. (3,4), Gravely Committee. MILLER, EVAN SHELBY A.B. in English. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Annapolis, Md. Florence, S. C. (4); Tennis (3,4); Asheville MILLER, ROY WAYNE Salisbury A.B. IN Philosophy. Alpha Epsilon Delta; Dormitory Vice-President (4); Track (1) ; Young Democrats Club (3,4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4). MILLER, WILLIAM STACY Benson A.B. IN Zoology. MILNOR, ANDREW Wilmington A.B. IN Political Science. Pi Sigma Alpha; Band (1,2,3,4) ; G.M.A.B. Polls Committee (4); Elections Board (3,4), Chairman (4); Student Legislature (2,3,4) ; Student Party (2,3,4). MITCHELL, CAL DEWEY Mathews B.S. IN Marketing. Sigma Chi; Varsity Golf. MITCHELL, GEORGE EVANS Spartanburg, S. C. A.B. IN English. Kappa Alpha; G.M. Board of Directors, Chairman Music Committee (4) . MITCHELL, HAROLD ALLAN Ahoskie A.B. IN History. Sigma Nu, Social Chairman (3) ; German Club Executive (2,3). MITCHELL, MARY RUTH Greensboro A.B. IN French. Delta Delta Delta, Activities Chairman (4) ; G.M.A.B. (3,4); Yackety Yack (3); Young Republicans Club (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Cabinet, Publicity Chairman (4). MOBLEY, HOWARD REID Reidsville A.B. IN Chemistry. Band (1). MOFFETT, WILLIAM JOSEPH Reidsville A.B. IN History. MOISE, ALBERT DeLEON Sumter, S. C. B.S. in Industrial Relations. Chi Phi; Arnold Air Society; Scabbard and Blade; University Club Treasurer (4). MOLTER, JOHN ORMOND Charlotte B.S. IN Business Administration. Alpha Phi Omega, President (3,4); Arnold Air Society (3,4) ; Baptist Student Union (1,2,3,4). MONTEITH, JAMES DEREL Sylva A.B. IN English. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma, Carolina Quarterly (1) ; Interdormitory Council (1,2,3), Vice-President (3) ; Grail (1) ; Order of the Old Well (3,4); Phi Assembly (3,4), Speaker Pro-Tem (4); Publications Union Board (2,3) ; Student Government (2,3,4) ; Student Legislature (2,3), Speaker Pro-Tem (3); Amphoterothen (3,4); Student Traffic Committee (3); Chairman of Faculty-Student Traffic Committee (3); Veterans Affairs Committee (2,3); President ' s Cabinet (3,4); Carolina Forum (3); Orienta- tion Counselor (3,4) ; Dormitory Manager (2,3,4). MOORE, BARBARA GAIL Canton B.S. IN Medical Technology. House President; Women ' s Residence Coun- cil; G.M.A.B. Board of Directors; Y.W.C.A., Finance Council, Social Com- mittee, Y Nite Committee; Wesley Foundation Secretary; Women ' s Athletic Association; Student Party; Traffic Commission; Independent Women ' s Association. MOORE, EDITH C. A.B. in Sociology. Phi Mu; Stray Greeks; Young Democrats Y.W.C.A. (3,4J ; Air Force Sponsor (3,4). MOORE, EDWIN HOLT A.B. IN History. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Daily Tar Heel (1) ; (3,4); 13 Club (1,2,3,4); University Party; Y.M.C.A. (3,4). Sylva Club (4); Burlington Gorgon ' s Head 262 t ' Class of 57 MOORE, PATRICIA PRINGLE Norfolk, Va. A.B. IN Education. Pi Beta Phi; University Party (4) ; Newman Club (3) ; Y.W.C.A. (4). MOORE, TRUMAN ELLINWOOD, JR. Myrtle Beach, S. C. A.B. IN Journalism. Daily Tar Heel, (3,4), Pliotographer; Tarnation (3), Art Staff; Yackety Yack (3,4), Photographer; Press Club (4); Saturday Club. MORELAND, BERNARD BROWN Greensboro B.S. IN Business Administration. MORGAN, JAMES MALCOLM Wilmington B.S. IN Marketing. MORGAN, WILLIAM W., JR. Canton A.B. IN English. Alpha Epsilon Delta; Phi Eta Sigma, President (2) ; Sigma Nu, President (4); Band (1); Class Vice-President (3); Interfraternity Council (4) ; Order of the Old Well (4) ; Student Legislature (2) ; Orien- tation Counselor (2,3); University Party (1,2,3,4), Treasurer (3). MORRISON, ALEX R. Hamlet . .B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. MORROW, ROBERT GENE Shelby B.S. IN Marketing. Alpha Phi Omega, Vice-President (2) ; Phi Kappa Sigma, Treasurer (3,4), House Manager (4); Sigma Pi Alpha, President (2); Student Activities Council (4), Chairman Watermelon Festival (4). MORTON, JOHN THORNTON Madison A.B. in History. Young Democrats Club (1,2,3,4). MOSTELLER, JACK C. Andrews B.S. in Geology. Phi Kappa Sigma. MULVIHILL, PATRICK G. Evanston, III. A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Phi Kappa Sigma; Di .Senate (3,4); Newman Club (1,2,3,4); WUNC (4). MURPHY, JOHN JOSEPH, JR. Hamlet B.S. IN Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi, Historian (3,4) ; Daify Tar Heel (1,2) ; NROTC (1,2,3,4); Y.M.C.A. (1). MURPHY, RAYMOND RYAN, JR. Lookout Mountain, Tenv. B.S. IN Insurance. Sigma Chi, Treasurer; Y.M.C.A. (2,3,4). MURRAY, BARBARA MacFADDEN Monroe A.B. IN Education. Alpha Gamma Delta; Cardboard (3) ; Student Party (3,4). MURRAY, JOSIAH STOCKTON Durham B.S. IN Business Administration. Beta Gamma Sigma; Beta Theta Pi, Treasurer (4) ; Phi Beta Kappa; Arnold Air Society, Treasurer (4) ; Scab- bard and Blade; Tennis (1) ; Y.M.C.A. (1). MYERS, ROY LEE Candor A.B. in Education. NAIL, THURMAN D. Winston-Salem B.S. in Business Administration. Alpha Kappa Psi; Young Democrats Club (41; Y.M.C.A. (1,2). NATOLI, RICHARD CHARLES West New York, N. J. A.B. in English. NELSON, MARY ANNE Mebane A.B. IN English. Band (3,4). Scotland Neck Rocky River, Ohio NEVILLE, CECIL HOWELL, JR. B.S. IN Medicine. Zeta Psi. NEWCOMB, BARBARA ANN A.B. IN Sociology. Sound and Fury (3). NEWSOME, ALBERT RAY Winston-Salem A.B. IN History. Kappa Alpha, Secretary (3), President (4); Phi Alpha Theta; German Club (3) ; Interfraternity Council (4) ; Soccer (3) ; Tennis (1,4); University Club (2). 263 Seniors NEWSOME, A NE CARGILL Hampton, Va. A.B. IN Encu.h. Alpha Gamma Delta; Student Party (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4) ; Cardboard (3) ; AFROTC Sponsor Corporation, Secretary (3,4). NEWTON, BOBBY LAWRENCE Creedinoor A.B. IN Political Science. Lambda Chi Alpha, Rush Chairman (2), Presi- dent (3), Secretary (4); C.M.A.B. Dance Committee; Interfraternity Coun- cil (3); Student Government (1,2,3,4); Student Party (1,2,3.4); Young Democrats Club; Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4), Cabinet (1), Committee Chairman (2) ; Baptist Student Union (1,2,3,4); Freshman Fellowship Vice-President. NEWTON, JOHN RICHARD Southport , ' .B. IN HiSTOHY. Phi Eta Sigma. NIVEN, ANNETTE HARRISON Charlotte A.B. IN Sociology. Pi Beta Phi; University Club (1,2,3,4), Secretary (2,3,4); University Party (3,4); Young Republicans Club (4); Y.W.C.A. (1,2,3,4), Office Staff (3,4); Orientation Counselor (3); Chairman of Ori- entation (4) ; House Council (2) ; Dormitory Vice-President (3) ; Summer School Activities Chairman (4). NOEL, ROBERT FREDERICK Henderson A.B. IN Zoology. Sigma Nu: Dance Committee (1); University Party (3); Baptist Student Union (2,3,4). NORMAN, ANNE KATHERINE Enfield A.B. IN HisTOHY. 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RAY, RACHEL HUNTER Leaksville A.B. IN Education. Delta Delta Delta; University Club (3,4) ; Young Demo- crats Club (4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4) ; Women ' s Residence Council (3). RAY, WILLIAM THOMAS Charlotte A.B. in History. Track (2); Swimming (1); Di Senate (2,3,4); Young Democrats Club (4); Orientation Counselor (4); Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (3,4); Yackety Yack, Co-Editor of Activity Section (4) ; Dance Committee (4) ; Honor Commission (4). REAVES, LEONARD ERASTUS, III Fayetteville A.B. IN History. Alpha Epsilon Delta; Chi Psi; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Mu Alpha; Glee Club (1,2,3); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4); Orientation Counselor. RECKENDORF, ENNO T. Chapel Hill A.B. IN Education. Delta Phi Alpha; Band (1). REESE, ELIZABETH ANDERSON High Point A.B. IN Education. Delta Delta Delta; Orientation Counselor (4); Pan- hellenic Council (3,4), Treasurer (4); Splash Club (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Hospital Committee (3,4). REGHER, JAMES RICHARD B.S. IN Marketing. REID, FRANCES MARGARET A.B. in English. REID, JOHN DWIGHT B.S. IN Business Administration. Charlotte Gastonia Richlands REMIG, MELBA BARBARA Clearwater, Fla. A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Kappa Delta, Vice- President (4); Glee Club (2); Sound and Fury (3); Splash Club (3); Orientation Committee, Secretary; Women ' s Athletic Council; House Coun- cil; WllNC Staff; Rush Manual Editor. RENEGAR, ELMER GRANT, JR. Southern Pines B.S. IN Public Health. RICHARDSON, CLARENCE LINWOOD, JR. Selnia A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Basketball (1); Track (2); Young Democrats Club (3,4); Y.M.C.A. (1,3). RICHARDSON, MARGARET ANNE Winston-Salem A.B. IN Education. Y.W.C.A. (3.4). RICHARDSON, MARTHA ANNE Midlothian, Va. A.B. IN Sociology. Kappa Delta; Women ' s Honor Council (3); Y.W.C.A. (3,4), President (4). RILEY, BETTY ANNE Ononcock, Va. A.B. IN Education. Alpha Gamma Delta; Panhellenic Council; Y.W.C.A.; Elections Board; Cardboard. BOBBINS, JACK T. Rocky Mount B.S. IN Accounting. ROBERTS, JOHN BARRON Charlotte B.S. IN Marketing. Sigma Chi; University Party (1) ; Orientation Counselor (4); NROTC; Summer Activities Planning Board (3). ROBERTS, WILLIAM GARNER, JR. Leaksville A.B. IN Sociology. Interdormitory Council (3); Student Legislature (3); Student Party (3) ; Dormitory Secretary-Treasurer (2), President (3) ; Interdormitory Court, Clerk (3). 268 I Class of 57 ROBESON, JOHN ANDREW Hickory A.B. IN English. Band (1,2); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3). ROBINSON, IDA MITCHELL Jackson, Miss. A.B. IN Education. Delta Delta Delta, President (4); Canterbury Club; Sweetheart of Sigma Chi; Young Democrats Club (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4); Hospital Committee. ROBINSON, LOIFELLA Charlotte A.B. in Education. Dormitory Secretary (4) ; Future Teachers of America (3,4), State Corresponding Secretary (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). JR. Gastonia Alpha Kappa Psi. Blanche Delta Sigma Pi, President (4) ; Profes- Interdormitory Council (2,3,4) ; Young (1,2,3,4). Tabor City A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Phi Ma Alpha, Secretary (3), President (4); Glee Club (3); Playmakers (3,4); Sound and Fury (2); WUNC (3,4); Young Democrats Club (2,3); Y.M.C.A. (2,3,4). ROBINSON, RALPH SMYRE, B.S. IN Business Administration. ROGERS, IVEY G. B.S. IN Business Administration. sional Interfraternity Council (4) ; Democrats Club (2,3,4) ; Y.M.C.A. ROGERS, JIMMY ROY ROLL, HOWARD MONROE Durham A.B. IN Political Science. ROSENSTOCK, LOUIS HOWARD Baltimore, Mil. A.B. IN Economics. Zeta Beta Tait, Vice-President; Daily Tar Heel (4), Caption Writer; G.M.A.B. (1,2), Pul)licity and Art; Student Government 14), Elections Board; Student Legislature (3,4); University Club (1); llniversity Party (1,2,3,4). ROTHROCK, AUBREY ATWOOD, JR. Spartanburg, S. C. A.B. IN English. Sigma Chi; Golf (2,3,4); Monogram Club (2,3,4). ROTHSCHILD, NANCY Columbus, Ga. A.B. IN Sociology. Di Senate (3,4) ; Student Party (3,4) ; Young Republi- cans Club (3,4). RUE, EMILIE MARIE Raleigh A.B. in Mathematics. Alpha Gamma Delta, Treasurer (4); Y.W.C.A. (3), Hospital Committee, Holmes Day Nursery. RUFFIN, ANNE WOLFLEY Pink Hill A.B. IN Zoology. RUFFIN, JOSEPHINE BRANCH A.B. IN English. Chi Omega, President (4) Durham Phi Beta Kappa; G.M.A.B. (4); Panhellenic Council (3,4); Women ' s Honor Council (3); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). RUSH, ELEANOR RUTH A.B. IN Journalism. Daily Tar Heel (3) Y.W.C.A. (3,4). RUSSELL, JAMES RONALD B.S. IN Personnel. Asheboro Dormitory Vice-President (4) ; Lexington SABISTON, WILLIAM DeVINE Carthage A.B. IN Political Science. Di Senate (3,4) ; Glee Club (1) ; University Party (1,2,3,4), Vice-Chairman (2), Chairman (3); Wrestling (3); Young Democrats Club (3,4); President ' s Cabinet (2). SAINE, GEORGE DONALD Cherrytille A.B. IN Physical Education. Baseball (1,2,3,4); Monogram Club (3,4). SANDERS, NELTIE LOUISE Charleston, S. C. A.B. in History. Pi Beta Phi, House Manager (4) ; Sound and Fury (3) ; Y.W.C.A. (4), Y-Night Cabinet. SATTERFIELD, WALTER BOREN Charlotte A.B. IN English. Carolina Handbook (2,3,4), Section Editor (2,3), Man- aging Editor (3) ; Freshman Camp Counselor (2,3) ; Lacrosse (2,3) ; Student Party (1,2,4); Westminster Fellowship (1,2,3,4); Young Democrats Club (3,4); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4). SAUNDERS, JOANNE Norfolk, Va. A.B. in History. Delta Delta Delta; Student Government (4), Elections Board; University Party (3,4); Yackety Yack (3); Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Recep- tions Committee, Hospital Committee, Finance and Membership Council; G.M.A.B., Reception Committee. SAUNDERS, LARRY MELVIN Norfolk, Va. A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. Tau Epsilon Phi, Presi- dent (2,3); Daily Tar Heel (1,2,3); Hillel Cabinet (3); Interfraternity Council (2,3); WUNC (4), News Director; WUNC-TV (2); Sports Pub- licity Office (3,4). 269 Seniors SAVAGE, BETTY JANE WORSHAM Southern Pines B.S. m Education. Basketball (3) ; Tennis (3,4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3) ; Dormitory Social Chairman (4), Treasurer (3). SCHLAPKOHL, CHARLES JOSEPH, JR. Norfolk, Va. B.S. IN Dentistry. Alpha Phi Omega: Student Legislature (2) ; Student Party (2); University Club (2); Track (1). SCHOLZE, ROBERT ELLIS, JR. Coral Cables, Fla. A.B. in Economics. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Sheiks (2,3,4) ; G.M.A.B. Enter- tainment Committee (4). SCHRIMSHER, FRANK LODWICK Charlotte B.S. IN Industrial Relations. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Sound and Fury (2,3,4); Yack ty Yack (3,4); Y.M.C.A. (3,4), Freshman Camp Coun- selor (4); Orientation Counselor (4); Honor Commission (4l. SCHOOF, LINDA ANN Charlotte A.B. IN Sociology. House Council; Dormitory Social Chairman; Modern Dance Club; Independent Women ' s Council, Vice-President (4) ; Orienta- tion Counselor. SCHULTZ, HERMAN PARDEE Clearwater, Fla. A.B. IN Economics. Glee Club (1,2,3); Playmakers (1,2,3); Student Party (1,2,3,4); Swimming (1); Young Republicans Club (3,4) ;. Y.M.C.A (1,2,3,4), Cabinet (4). SCHULTZ, SAMUEL CLEMENT Richmond, Va. B.S. IN Business Administration. Band (1,2); Glee Club (3); Student Party (1,2); Cardboard (3); Dormitory Secretary (3). SCOTT, LESLIE ANDREW Jackson Height, N. Y. A.B. IN English. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Daily Tar Heel (1); Phi Assembly ( 1 ) ; Dormitory Secretary-Treasurer ( 3 ) . SCROGGS, JOANNA HILL Chapel Hill A.B. IN English. Delta Phi Alpha, President (3); Phi Beta Kappa, Vice- President (4); Orchestra (1,2,3,4), Secretary-Treasurer (2); Collegium Musicum (3); University Chorus (4). SEARS, WOODROW HARMON, JR. Raleigh A.B. IN English. Kappa Alpha; Young Democrats Club (3) ; Daily Tar Heel (3,4). SECHREST, JAMES FARRELL Thomasville A.B. IN Dramatic Art. Playmakers (1,2,3,4); Sound and Fury (2,3). SELF, WILLIAM EDWARD Shelby B.S. IN Business Administration. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Cross Country Manager (1,2); Di Senate (2,3), Treasurer (3); Glee Club (1); Mono- gram Club (2,3,4); Order of the Old Well (3,4); Track Manager (1,2); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4) ; Orientation Counselor (2) ; Campus Chest Treasurer (3). SETTLEMYRE, SHELLEY C, JR. Hickory B.S. IN Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi; Young Democrats Club (4); Y.M.C.A. (1); AFROTC Band (1). SETZER, DAVID EVERETTE Granite Quarry A.B. in Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. WUNC (2,3,4), Assistant Station Manager (4); Wesley Foundation (1,2,3,4). SETZER, FERMAN TIM Rural Hall B.S. IN Commerce. Alpha Kappa Psi; NROTC Drill Team (2,3). SEWELL, JOHN MITCHELL, JR. Murfreesboro B.S. IN Business Administration. Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Kappa Alpha; Interdormitory Council (2) ; Orientation Counselor ( 2,3 ) . SEXTON, GEORGE W. Tarboro B.S. IN Marketing. Baseball (1); Interdormitory Council (3). SEYFFERT, CAROLYN HAYES New Castle, Pa. A.B. IN Journalism. Chi Omega, Treasurer (4) ; Daily Tar Heel (3) ; G.M.A.B. (3,4) ; Orientation Counselor (4) ; Yackety Yack (3) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Chairman Board of Publications. SHALIBO, VIRGINIA CLAIRE Signal Mountain, Tenn. A.B. IN Education. Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club (3); Orientation Counselor; Y.W.C.A. (3,4). SHANKLE, CLEM HARRY Troy A.B. IN Chemistry. Student Legislature (3,4) ; Student Party (3,4) ; Young Democrats Club (1,4); Y.M.C.A. (1), G.M. Board of Directors (3). SHARP, ALAN WALLACE Greensboro B.S. IN Industrial Relations. i II 270 Class of 57 SHAW, MARY SUDDUTH Charlotte A.B. IN Education. Chi Omega; Y.W.C.A. (3,4). SHAW, RAY ELSWORTH Raleigh B.S. IN Dentistry. Young Democrats Club (2,3) ; Y.M.C.A. (2,3). SHAW, STANLEY SERGEANT, U Hamilton, Ohio A.B. IN Economics. Carolina Political Union (2,3) ; Daily Tar Heel (4), Columnist; Debate Council (1,2,3); Di Senate (1,2,3,4), President (4); Order of the Old Well (3,4), Executive Council; Student Government, Budget Committee, Executive Council; Presidential Committee on Traffic; Sound and Fury (2,3) ; Tarnation (1,2,3), Managing Editor (2) ; University Club (3); University Party (1,2,3,4), Executive Committee; Yackety Yack 3), Student Government Editor; Young Democrats Club (1,2,3) ; Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4) ; Amphoterothen (2,3,4) ; National Student Association Coordinator (4); All Campus Conference (1,2); State Student Legislature (3,4); Caro- lina Forum (3); Debate Squad (1); NROTC (1,2,3,4); Carolina Cutter (1,2,3,4), Editor (3); Carolina Symposium. Winston-Salem (3) ; Men ' s Honor SHEETS, JAMES ALBERT A.B. IN Zoology. Band (1) ; Interdormitory Council Council (4); Orientation Counselor (3). SHELLY, ROBERT GARDINER Virginia Beach, Va. A.B. IN History. Delta Kappa EpsUon, Social Chairman (3) ; 13 Club (1,2,3,4); University Party (1,2); Soccer (1). SHERMER, RICHARD WAYNE Winston-Salem A.B. IN Chemistry. Alpha Epsilon Delta, Secretary (4) ; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Baptist Stulent Union (2,3,4) ; Executive Council (3,4) ; Orientation Counselor (4). SHERRILL, JESSE LEE KannapoUt B.S. IN Business Administration. Wrestling (1). SHINGLETON, FOY VINCENT Wilson B.S. in Business Administration. Sigma Nu, Treasurer (4) ; Basketball Manager (2,3) ; Soccer (1). SHIPLEY, SALLY Fort Smith, Ark. A.B. in History. Pi Beta Phi; University Party (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). SHORT, JAMES G., JR. Wadesboro B.S. in Business Administration. NROTC (1,2); Y.M.C.A. (1). SHOULARS, ELIZABETH ANNE Chapel Hill A.B. IN Education. SHUFORD, NANCY POPE Hickory A.B. IN Psychology. Chi Omega, Rush Chairman; Panhellenic Council (4); Women ' s Athletic Association (3,4), Vice-President (4); Women ' s Honor Council (4); Yackety Yack Beauty Court (3); Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Program Chairman; Graduation Marshal (3). SHUFORD, WILLIAM FERRELL, JR. Clinton A.B. IN English. Alpha Epsilon Delta, Program Chairman (3), President (4) ; Phi Beta Kappa; G.M.A.B. (1) ; Young Democrats Club (4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4). SILLAY, MARTHA JEAN Atlanta, Ga. A.B. IN English. Campus Chest Committee (4) ; Dormitory President (4) ; Glee Club (3); House Council (4); Independent Women ' s Association (3,4) ; Orientation Committee (4) ; Women ' s Residence Council (3,4) ; Wesley Foundation (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). SIMMONS, W. ELIZABETH Bessemer City A.B. IN Chemistry. Phi Assembly. SIMS, PAULINE WINSTON A.B. IN English. Chi Omega; Youn (3,4). SINDELL, RUTHIE ELLEN A.B. IN English. Daily Tar Heel (3) ; Yackety Counselor (4) ; Stray Greeks (4). SINK, JANE KIRKSEY A.B. m Journalism. Chi Omega; Daily Splash Club (4) ; University Party (3,4) mittee. Long Island, N. Y. Democrats Club (3,4) ; Y.W.C.A. Miami Beach, Fla. Yack (4) ; Orientation Lexington Tar Heel (3) ; G.M.A.B. (3,4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Hospital Com- SIRKIN, RICHARD STANLEY Miami Beach, Fla. A.B. in Economics. Pi Lambda Phi, President (4) ; Daily Tar Heel (1,2,3), Advertising Manager; Interfraternity Council (3,4); Soccer (1). SISK, ROBERT VAN Charlotte B.S. IN Business Administration. Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Chi; Golf (1,2,3); Interfraternity Council (2). SKINNER, LLOYD MILTON Burlington A.B. IN Dramatic Art. Lambda Chi Alpha; Playmakers (1,2,3,4) ; Sound and Fury (2,3,4). Seniors SLIGHTER, JANE McKINNON Milwaukee, Wise. A.B. IN Political Science. Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club (3); University Club (3); Young Republicans Club (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). SLOAN, EDWARD MALCOLM, JR. Concord A.B. IN Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. WUNC-TV (2,3). SMITH, CLARENCE EDWARDS, JR. Raleigh B.S. IN Education. Sigma Phi Epsilon; NROTC (1,2,3,4). SMITH, EDNA ANNE Fairmont A.B. IN Education. Alpha Gamma Delta; Future Teachers of America; Orientation Counselor (4); Women ' s Residence Council; Y.W.C.A. SMITH, ELEANOR A. Altavista, Va. A.B. IN Sociology. Women ' s Residence Council. SMITH, JAMES EGBERT Jarrettsville, Md. B.S. IN Business Administration. Chi Phi; University Party (3). Shelby SMITH, LOYD BAXTER B.S. IN Personnel. Young Democrats Club. SMITH, PATRICIA McKEY Washington, D. C. B.S. IN Business Administration. Kappa Alpha Theta; Basketball Club (3,4) ; Panhellenic Council (4) ; Tennis Club (3,4) ; Dormitory officer (3,4); Hockey Club (3,4), Chairman (3); Orientation Counselor (4); Stray Greeks (3,4), Vice-President (4); Women ' s Athletic Association (3,4), Secretary (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Hospital Committee. SMITH, ROBERT GORDON Stoneville A.B. IN Political Science. Dormitory President (4) ; Interdormitory Council (3,4); Young Democrats Club (3,4); Y.M.C.A. (1,2). SMITH, THOMAS BEN Liberty B.S. IN Business Administration. Alpha Kappa Psi. SMITH, VIRGINIA MARGARET Chapel Hill A.B. IN Chemistry. Newman Club (1,2,4); Y.W.C.A. (1,2,3,4). SMOOT, DAVID MADISON Wake Forest B.S. in Business Administration. Alpha Kappa Psi. SNEED, ROBERT OWEN Charlotte A.B. IN Education. Playmakers (1,2,3,4), Gold Mask Award (3); Modern Dance Club (2,3), President (3); Freshman Camp; Representative to United Nations Seminar (2); Community Church Choir (3,4). SNELL, WILLIAM FRANKLIN Winston-Salem B.S. IN Industrial Relations. Theta Chi; NROTC (1,2,3,4). SNIPES, HERMAN GLASGOW Knoxville, Tenn. B.S. IN Business Administration. Chi Phi; Tarnation (1), Artist. SNYDER, THOMAS MILLER, JR. Lexington B.S. IN Business Administration. Interdormitory Council (1,3), Summer Session President; Monogram Club (1,2); Football Manager (1,2); Soccer (1,2); Sound and Fury (2,3); University Party (1,2); Young Democrats Club (1,2,3,4). SOLOMON, JOHN HENRY Wilmington B.S. IN Business Administration. SORRELL, JEAN GRAY Dunn B.S. IN PuELic Health. SPAANBROEK, GEORGE PETER B.S. IN Business Administration. SPARROW, SIDNEY THOMAS B.S. IN Business Administration. Alpha Taii Omega; (1). SPEARMAN, NED WILLIAMS B.S. IN Business Administration. Asheville Chapel Hill Football Manager Magnolia 272 ' ors •And; Class of 57 Umt (kkm 111 tmSdm Aim. 273 Farmville Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; SPENCER, JESSE GARNET, JR. B.S. IN Chemistry. Delta Phi Alpha; Chemistry Club (3,4). SPIVEY, MARY RHEA Windsor A.B. IN Sociology. Delta Delta Delta; Panhellenic Council (3,4) ; Young Democrats Club (4); University Party (3); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). SPIVEY, RICHARD CLYDE Raleigh B.S. IN Business Administration. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Veteran ' s Commis- sion (4). STALLINGS, JOHN WILLIAM, HI Wilson B.S. IN Industrial Relations. Sigma Nu; Gymnastics (1); Interdormitory Council (1). STALNAKER, CLAYTON LEE Spindale A.B. IN Zoology. Carolina Political Union (1,2,3,4) ; Student Party (1,2,3,4); Young Democrats Club (1,2,3,4); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4); Baptist Student Union (1,2,3,4), President (4); Campus Christian Council (3,4). STALVEY, ANNE FLOYD Lumberton A.B. IN Education. Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club (3) ; Sound and Fury (3) ; University Party (3,4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4) ; Wesley Foundation; House Council. STARLING, DONALD CRAIG Burlington B.S. IN Business Administration. Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer (3) ; Social Chairman (4) ; Student Party (4) ; Young Republicans Club (4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4); Cardboard (2); Orientation Counselor (4); Summer School Activities Council (4) ; AFROTC (1,2) ; Wesley Foundation (1,2,3,4) ; Auditions Board (4); Dormitory Manager (3,4). STEELE, HARRY COE ISorth Wilkesboro B.S. in Business Administration. Kappa Alpha; G.M.A.B. (1,2) ; Y.M.C.A. (2,3,4). STEELE, KENNETH LEIGH Burlington B.S. in Accounting. STEINE, DONALD Raleigh B.S. IN Business Administration. Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Lambda Phi; Interfraternity Council (2) ; University Club (2) ; University Party (2) ; Dormitory Secretary-Treasurer (1); Orientation Committee (3); Hillel Cabinet (1,2); Semper Fidelis Treasurer (4). STEPHENS, WILLIAM MAC Winston-Salem B.S. in Businesss Administration. Alpha Kappa Psi. STEPHENSON, CHARLES EDWARD Charlotte A.B. IN Psychology. Newman Club (1,2). STEPHENSON, LONNIE GEORGE Halifax B.S. IN Business Administration. Phi Eta Sigma. STEPP, PATRICIA WOLFE Gastonia B.S. IN Medical Technology. STEVENS, CHARLES VERGEREAU, JR. Salisbury B.S. IN Industrial Relations. Sigma Chi, Executive Council (2,3,4) ; Gymnastics (1,2); NROTC (1,2,3,4). STILL, MARJORIE Hillsboro A.B. IN Music. Glee Club (1,2,3), Accompanist; Class Recitals (1,2,3,4); North Carolina Symphony (2), Piano Soloist; Chorus (4) ; Choral Club (3). STOCK, RICHARD MARTIN HUME Lumberton B.S. IN Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi. STOCKTON, BARRARA JOAN Charlotte A.B. IN Education. Alpha Delta Pi; Orientation Counselor (4) ; National Student Association (3) ; Future Teachers of America (4) ; University Party (3,4); Y.W.C.A., Office Committee (3), Dix Hill Committee (4); Sound and Fury (3,4); Yackety Yack (3,4), Junior Class Editor (4); Young Democrats Club (4) ; Saturday Club (3,4) ; Glee Club (4) ; G.M.A.B. Office Staff (3,4). STOKES, HELEN MARIE Lexington A.B. in Education. Pi Beta Phi; University Party (3); Young Democrats Club (3); Y.W.C.A., Human Relations (3), Office Staff (4); Cardboard (2); Wesley Foundation (3); Orientation Counselor (4). STOKES, JAMES PETER Upper Montclair, N. J. B.S. IN Industrial Relations. Basketball Manager (2,3) ; Monogram Club (3,4). STOKES, SIDNEY DURHAM Lenoir B.S. in Business Administration. Baptist Student Union (1,2,3,4) ; Chess Club (1,2,3,4). Seniors STOUT, WILLIAM ALLEN B.S. IN Public Health. STRAUSE, LEONARD A.B. IN Industrial Relations. Baseball (1,2,3,4). STUART, ROBERT URBAN A.B. IN Physical Education. Rainseur Charlotte Kernersville STUNTZ, JOSE EDWARD Fori Lauderdale, Fla. A.B. IN Journalism. Chi Phi; Arnold Air Society; Scabbard and Blade. SUITT, NANCY JOAN Durham B.S. in Education. Pi Beta Phi; University Club (3,4) ; University Party (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). SULLIVAN, JAMES GARFIELD Ahoskie B.S. IN Geology. Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Young Republicans Club (4). SUMMERELL, ELLEN Gastonia A.B. IN English. Chi Omega; G.M.A.B. (4) ; University Party (3,4) ; Westminster Fellowship; Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Hospital Committee, Office Force. SUMMEY, BRETT TAYLOR West Jefferson A.B. IN History. Student Party (1); Young Republicans Club (1) ; Y.M.C.A. (4). SUTTLE, NANCY LEE Charlotte A.B. IN Journalism. Chi Omega; Daily Tar Heel (4) ; G.M.A.B. (4) ; University Party (3,4) ; Press Club (4) ; Young Democrats Club (4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3), Hospital Committee. SUTTON, EDWARD WIKE CuUowhee A.B. IN English. Alpha Epsilon Delta, Vice-President; Phi Delta Theta, Vice-President; Basketball (1,2); Football (1,2,3,4), Co-Captain (4); Sum- mer School Men ' s Honor Council (3) ; Monogram Club (2,3,4) ; Order of the Old Well (3,4) ; Student Government (3,4) ; Track (1,2,3,4) ; Carolina Athletic Association, Vice-President (3), President (4); Morehead Scholar. TALLEY, ROYAL BRADSHER, JR. Fuquay Springs A.B. in English. TALLY, JAMES GRAHAM, JR. Chapel Hill A.B. in Radio, Television and Motion Pictures. TANNER, GAYANNE Douglas, Ga. A.B. IN Education. Alpha Chi Omega; G.M.A.B. (4) ; Student Party (3,4) ; Yackety Yack (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4); Stray Greeks (3,4). TART, CLARENCE LEE, JR. Dunn B.S. IN Industrial Relations. Kappa Sigma; Tarnation (1,2); 13 Club (1,2,3); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4). TAYLOE, JOSHUA Washington A.B. IN Chemistry. Alpha Epsilon Delta; Phi Gamma Delta; Canterbury Club (4); Orientation Counselor (4); University Club (2,3). Miami Beach, Fla, Vice-President (4) ; TAYLOR, HARRY COLLINS A.B. IN English. Phi Kappa Sigma; Dormitory Y.M.C.A. (1,2). TAYLOR, ROY DAIL Greenville A.B. IN English. Campus Chest Committee; Carolina Christian Council (4) ; Debate Council (3); Glee Club (1); Interdormitory Council (3); Phi Assembly (1,2,3,4), Chaplain (3,4); Student Legislature (3,4); Student Party (3,4); Interfaith Council (1); Westminster Fellowship; Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4), Secretary, Vice-President (4). TECK, BRUCE JAY Norfolk, Va. B.S. IN Commerce. Tau Epsilon Phi. THAMES, LARRY DAVID Charlotte B.S. IN Business Administration. Alpha Kappa Psi; Cross Country (1,2,3) ; Monogram Club (3); Track (1,2,3); Y.M.C.A. (1). THARRINGTON, FRANCES MARIE Henderson A.B. IN Education. Future Teachers of America (3,4) ; Glee Club (3) ; G.M.A.B. (4); University Party (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Dix Hill Com- mittee (3). THIELE, RICHARD FREDEIC Atlanta, Ga. A.B. IN History. Daily Tar Heel. 274 0I({ I Class of 57 THOMAS, EDWIN SCOTT A.B. IN Chemistry. THOMAS, RUDOLPH MADDREY B.S. IN Business Administration. THOMAS, RUTH BARKLEY A.B. IN Education. Alpha Delta Pi; Y.W.C.A. (3,4). Asheboro Roanoke Rapids Sanford THOMPSON, CAROLYN STUART Whiteville A.B. IN Education. Kappa Delta; Daily Tar Heel (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Cabinet. THOMPSON, CHARLES JEFFERSON Salisbury A.B. IN French. Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Delta Phi; Wesley Foundation; Y.M.C.A. (1). THOMPSON, LOIS BARTELLE Statesville B.S. IN Education. Tennis (3,4); Vespers Club (3,4), Secretary (4); Young Republicans Club (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). THOMPSON, WESLEY ADOLPHUS, JR. Winston-Salem B.S. IN Industrial Relations. Phi Kappa Sigma, Pledge Master (4) ; Band (1,2,3); Young Republicans Club (4); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4). THOMSON, SANDRA Presho, S. Dak. A.B. IN English. THORNTON, ROBERT HOLTON Fayetteville A.B. in Chemistry. Monogram Club (2,3,4); Wrestling (1,2,3,4). THORNTON, ZANE GREY A.B. IN Education. Wesley Foundation (2,3,4) (3,4); Y.M.C.A. (3,4). TIMBERLAKE, GEORGE NOBLIN B.S. IN Business Administration. Alpha Kappa Psi TRENT, WILLIAM ERNEST B.S. IN Chemistry. Alpha Chi Sigma. Benson Inter-Collegiate Fellowship Nelson, Va. Y.M.C.A. (1,2). Reidsville TRIPP, CECIL DeWAYNE B.S. IN Medicine. TURNER, DANIEL CARMER B.S. in Production Management. Alpha Kappa Psi; Graham Memorial (4). TURNER, PERRY ALBERT, JR. B.S. IN Business Administration. TYLER, MARIE ELIZABETH A.B. IN Sociology Chi Omega; Daily Tar Heel (3). UMSTEAD, CHARLES PARKER B.S. IN Marketing. Phi Kappa Sigma. URIE, ROBERT EARL A.B. IN Elncish. Kappa Sigma. (3) Shallotte Chapel Hill Assistant Director of Hickory Rocky Mount G.M.A.B.; Y.W.C.A. Durham Charlotte VANN, JOHN DANIEL, III Greenville, S. C. A.B. IN History. Pi Nu; Baptist Student Union (1,2,3,4) ; Editor Christian Student (1,2) ; Campus Christian Council Organization Committee (3) ; Carolina Quarterly (2) ; Carolina Symposium on Public Affairs (3) ; Di Senate (1,2,3,4), Chaplain (4); Freshman Camp Planning Committee (1), Counselor (2) ; Orientation Counselor (2,4) ; University Club (1) ; Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4), Editor Y.M.C.A. Digest (2,3,4) ; Daily Tar Heel (1). VanSISE, JOAN LEE Huntington, N. Y. A.B. IN English. Carolina Quarterly (3) ; Playmakers (4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4). VanWINKLE, FEDERICK SLOAT Atlanta, Ga. A.B. IN English. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Secretary; Gorgon ' s Head, Scriptor; Men ' s Honor Council (1); Tennis (3); Soccer (1); Minataurs, President. 275 Seniors VERNON, JOSEPH ORR Greensboro A.B. IN English. VISER, EDMUND DILLAHUNTY Lumber Bridge A.B. IN Sociology. Daily Tar Heel (4) ; Dance Committee (4) ; Interdormi- tory Council (3) ; Young Republicans Club (4) ; G.M.A.B. Film Committee (3,4). von AMMON, VALERIE ANN Fort Pierce, Fla. A.B. IN PsvcHOLOCY. Pi Beta Phi; Sound and Fury (3); University Party (4); Young Republicans Club (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4); Cheerleader (4). WAGNER, BORRY MOTON Lexington A.B. IN Chemistry. Monogram Club (2,3,4); Wrestling (1,2,3,4), Captain (4) ; Y.M.C.A. (3,4) ; Soccer (1). WALKER, OSCAR BLAIR Gastonia A.B. IN Chemistry. Baseball (1). WALKER, SUSAN LEAH Wilmington A.B. IN English. Pi Beta Phi; Vice-President (4) ; Class Social Chairman (3); G.M.A.B. (4), Vice-President (4); University Party (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4) ; Cabinet (4) ; Graduation Marshal (3) ; Orientation Counselor (4) ; AFROTC Sponsor (3,4), Honorary Cadet Colonel (4) ; Military Ball Queen (3); Blue-White Court (3). WALLACE, MARY JANE Durham B.S. IN Psychology. Zeta Tau Alpha; Y.W.C.A. (3,4); Stray Greeks (3,4), Treasurer (4). WALSER, JOSEPH GAITHER, III High Point A.B. IN Economics. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Gamma Delta; G.M.A.B. (1); Interfraternity Council (4), Court (4); University Party (1,2,3,4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1,2). WALTERS, SARA CLUBRETH Greensboro A.B. IN English. Chi Omega; Daily Tar Heel (3) ; G.M.A.B. Office Com- mittee (3) ; Y.W.C.A. Membership Chairman (3) ; Orientation Counselor. WARD, BLAINE SHERRILL Ramseur B.S. IN Business Administration. Iota Iota lata; G.M.A.B. (3,4) ; Young Democrats Club (2,4); Y.M.C.A. (3,4); Orientation Counselor (3,4). WARD, DAVID LIVINGSTONE, JR. New Bern B.S. IN Business Administration. Beta Gamma Sigma; Delta Kappa Epsi- lon; Phi Beta Kappa; Daily Tar Heel (1) ; Interfraternity Council (1,2,3,4), Vice-Pr esident (4); Sound and Fury (1,2); Cardboard (1). WAREHIME, EDWIN LYNN Durham A.B. IN Education. Glee Club (2); Interdormitory Council (2); University Club (1) ; Y.M.C.A. Summer Activities Council (2). WAREHIME, MARIAN SOUTHERLAND Durham A.B. IN Education. Phi Beta Kappa; Glee Club (2,3) ; Y.W.C.A. (1,2,3,4) ; Membership Council, Summer Activities Council (3). WARNER, JOHN FRANCIS Raleigh A.B. IN Mathematics. Pi Kappa Alpha; Young Democrats Club (2,3). WARREN, JAMES NORMAN Lenoir B.S. IN Business Admini tration. Delta Psi Omega; Young Republicans Club (3,4); Executive Committee (3). Jacksonville Eta Sigma; Pi Sigma WATERS, HAROLD LEE A.B. in Political Science. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Alpha. WATSON, RENA MIRANDA Raleigh A.B. IN History. Pi Beta Phi; Sound and Fury (4) ; University Party (3,4) ; Yackety Yack (4); Y.W.C.A. (3); Canterbury Club (3,4). WEATHERS, GERALD GENE Shelby B.S. IN Business Administration. Interdormitory Council (3,4), Court (3,4) ; Student Party (3) ; Young Democrats Club (3,4). WEAVER, HANNAH BAIRD A.B. IN Political Science. WEAVER, JOHN WILLIAM, JR. A.B. IN Art. Tarnation (1,2,3), Art Editor (3). WEAVER, MACON MOORE A.B. IN Zoology. Gymnastics (2,3). Chapel Hill Durham Apex I 0» (Jet: niai null , bnCa 276 Class of ' 57 WEAVER, ZEBULON, III Asheville A.B. IN Philosophy. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Lacrosse (1,2) ; Soccer (3) ; Tennis Manager (1) ; 13 Club; University Club (1) ; University Party (2,3); Yackety Yack (1), Assistant Fraternity Editor. WEINMAN, MICHAEL HENRY Baltimore, Md. B.S. IN Business Administration. Zeta Beta Tau; Amphoterothen; Class Vice-President (4) ; G.M.A.B., Co-Chairman Dance Committee (1) ; Campus Chest; Lacrosse (1,2,4); Order of the Golden Bear (1,2,3,4), President of Institute; Sound and Fury (1); Student Government, Elections Board (1); Student Legislature (2,3,4), Floorleader, Chairman Rules Committee; Uni- versity Party (1,2,3,4), Chairman (4); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4). WELLS, DONN A. Albertson A.B. in English. Campus Christian Council (3,4) ; Glee Club (1) ; West- minster Fellowship (1,2,3,4). WELLS, MARY LOUISE Asheville A.B. IN Education. Alpha Delta Pi; Future Teachers of America (3,4) ; G.M.A.B. (3,4), Polls Committee (3), Receptions Committee (3), Board of Directors (4) ; Honor Council Commission (3,4) ; Orientation Counselor (4) ; Student Legislature (3) ; University Club (3) ; University Party (3,4) ; Yackety Yack (3) ; Young Democrats Club (3,4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Hospital Committee (3), Office Force (3), Cabinet (4), Chairman Office Force (4). WELLS, SAMUEL FOGLE, JR. Reidsville A.B. IN History. Phi Alpha Thela; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Dormi- tory President (2) ; Carolina Political Union (1) ; Di Senate (1,2) ; Order of the Golden Fleece (3,4) ; Freshman Camp Counselor (2,3) ; Interdormitory Council (2) ; Order of the Old Well (3,4) ; Orientation Counselor (2,3,4) ; Student Government (1,2,3,4), Attorney General (4); Student Legislature (1,2); Student Party (1,2,3,4); Wrestling (1); Young Democrats Club (1,2,3,4); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3,4). WELSH, LILA LANE Monroe A.B. IN Education. Alpha Delta Pi, Treasurer (4) ; Yackety Yack (3) ; Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Centennial Committee (3), Summer School Treasurer (3), Finance Committee (4). WENDER, JOAN VICTORIA Highland Park, III. A.B. IN Comparative Literature. Cheerleader (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). WEST, BARBARA JANE Jacksonville, Fla. A.B. IN Education. Alpha Delta Pi; Orientation Counselor (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). WEST, JUAN RAMON, JR. Winston-Salem A.B. IN Political Science. Dance Committee (3,4) ; G.M.A.B. (3) ; Orien- tation Counselor (3) ; Student Government (3), Cabinet; Student Party (1). WHEDBEE, MABEL MARTIN Hertford A.B. IN Education. Alpha Delta Pi; Canterbury Club (3,4) ; NSA Office Staff (3); Yackety Yack (3,4), Honoraries Editor (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4). WHEELER, LUCIUS PENDER, JR. Washington B.S. IN Business Administration. Phi Eta Sigma. WHISENANT, BENNETTE ELAM Morganton B.S. IN Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi; AFROTC (1,2,3,4); Cardboard (1,2,3,4), Head Usher (4); Freshman Camp Counselor (3), Young Republicans Club (4); Y.M.C.A. (1,2,3). WHISNANT, HOWARD EUGENE Gastonia B.S. IN Business Administration. WHISNANT, JAMES LUTHER Gastonia B.S. in Business Administration. WHITE, JAMES REDMOND Carolina Beach B.S. IN Business Administration. Theta Chi; Tarnation (3), Photographer. WHITFIELD, DURWARD GARLAND, III Charlotte B.S. IN Business Administration. Sigma Nu; Soccer; Sound and Fury (3). WHITLOCK, PATRICIA ANNE Albemarle B.S. IN Education. WICKER, BRYANT KELLY Sanford A.B. IN Chemistry. WILKERSON, POLLY ANN Kenly A.B. IN Education. Glee Club (3) ; Cardboard (3) ; Young Democrats Club (3); Y.W.C.A. (3). WILKINS, JAMES FAIRCHILD Lynchburg, Va. B.S. IN Physics. Delta Phi Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Mu Epsilon; Physics Club (1,2,3,4); Westminster Fellowship (1); WUNC (2,3,4). WILLIAMS, ANDERSON TOWNLEY Wilson A.B. IN History. AFROTC, Drill Team; Young Republicans Club. 277 Seniors WILLIAMS, CHARLES AUGUSTUS, III Charlotte A.B. IN Political Science. Delta Phi Epsilon; Cardboard; Newman Club; Student Party; Young Democrats Club. WILLIAMS, CLARENCE EDWARD Charlotte B.S. in Business Administration. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Baseball (1); Gorgon ' s Head. WILLIAMS, ELIZABETH CROSS Raleigh A.B. in Sociology. Chi Omega; G.M.A.B. (3) ; Splash Club (3,41 ; Y.W.C.A. (3). WILLIAMS, HELEN OLIVIA Wilmington A.B. IN English. Pi Beta Phi; Tennis Club (3); AFROTC Sponsor; Y.W.C.A. (3,4). WILLIAMS, MARY MARGARET Orlando, Fla. B.S. IN Dental Hygiene. Phi Mu; Splash Club Chairman (4) ; Stray Greeks (3,4), President (4). WILLIAMS, SEBELIA INEZ Chinquapin A.B. IN Education. Glee Club (3). WILLIAMS, SHIRLEY ANN Burlington A.B. IN Education. Alpha Delta Pi, President (4) ; Panhellenic Council (4) ; Baptist Student Union (3) ; Future Teachers of America (3,4) ; Orientation Counselor (4); Y.W.C.A. (3,4), Cabinet (4). WILLINGHAM, PAUL EDMUND Ridgely, Tenn. A.B. IN English. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Sigma, Secre- tary (3), President (4); Baptist Student Union (1,2 ,4); Glee Club (1); University Club (2); Y.M.C.A. (1,2). WILLIS, JAMES RAY New Bern A.B. IN Chemistry. WILLSEY, JOAN FRANCIS JSorfolk, Va. B.S. IN Physical Education. Band (3), Majorette; Basketball Club (3,4); Newman Club (3,4) ; University Club (3) ; Women ' s Athletic Association (3,4). WILSON, HOSEA ELBERT, JR. Danville, Va. B.S. IN Marketing. Sigma Chi; German Club (1,2,3) ; Golf (1,2); Univer- sity Party. WILSON, MAURICE HENRY, JR. Charlofe B.S. IN BusiNEsss Administration. Alpha Kappa Psi. WILSON, ROY WILLIAM Marion B.S. IN Business Administration. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma. WIMBERLEY, JOSEPH POWELL, III Battleboro A.B. IN Geography. WINECOFF, CHARLES KINDRED Concord B.S. IN Insurance. WIRSCHING, CHARLES PHILLIP, JR. High Point A.B. IN Political Science. Carolina Quarterly, Co- Editor (I). WOMBLE, JAMES RALPHAEL, JR. Rocky Mount B.S. IN Political Science. Dormitory President (4) ; Interdormitory Council (3,4); Wrestling (3,4). WOOD, DOROTHY MAE Yonker,, N. Y. A.B. IN Sociology. Delta Delta Delta, Vice-President, Pledge Trainer; Class Social Chairman (4) ; Glee Club (3) ; Sound and Fary (3) ; Student Coun- cil (4) ; Splash Club (3,4) ; University Party (3,4) ; Yackety Y ack Beauty Court (3); Young Republicans Club (4); Y.W.C-A. (3,4), Summer Presi- dent (3), Cabinet (4), Hospital Committee. WOOD, TIMOTHY A.B. IN Education. Phi Beta Kappa. WOODALL, REUBEN SMITH B.S. IN Accounting. WOODARD, BILLY THOMAS B.S. in Business Administration. Hope Mills ReidtvUle Selma ; ' m ' liteleatt tiiig as 278 Class of 57 WOODARD, KATHRYN ELSOM Scotland Neck A.B. IN Psychology. Young Democrats Club (4). WOODARD, WILLIAM WINDSOR, JR. WiUon B.S. IN Business Administration. Zeta Psi, President (4) ; Interfraternity Council (4). WOODFORD, OLIVER AARON Clemmoif B.S. IN Business Administration. Alpha Kappa Psi. WOODLIEF, CATHERINE O. Louisburg B.S. IN Public Health. Wesley Foundation (3,4); Y.W.C.A. (4). WORSLEY, GERALD KILLIAN Greenville B.S. IN Business Administration. Newman Club (1); Young Democrats Club (4). WRENN, JOHN GILBERT Roxboro A.B. IN Economics. Glee Club (4). WRIGHT, ANTHONY BYRUM Charlotte A.B. IN Education. Cross Country (1) ; Young Democrats Club (1). YEAPANIS, PANOS ANDREW Lumberton B.S. IN Business Administration. Lambda Chi Alpha, Treasurer (4) ; Young Democrats Club (3); Y.M.C.A. (1). YELTON, SYLVIA SUE Bakersville A.B. in English. Kappa Delta; Sigma Alpha lota; Carolina Quarterly (3,4). YOST, WILLIAM FRANCIS Weaverville A.B. IN English. Young Democrats Club (4). YOUNG, DOUGLAS MORTON Salisbury A.B. IN English. YOUNG, ROBERT FRANCIS Netc York, N. Y. A.B. IN English. Basketball (1,2,3,4); Monogram Club (2,3,4), Vice-Presi- dent (4). YOUNG, ROBERT TERRY Asheville A.B. IN Religion. Carolina Forum, Vice-Chairman (2) ; Class President (2) ; G.M.A.B. President (3); Order of the Golden Fleece (3,4); Order of the Grail (2,3,4) ; Order of the Old Well (3,4) ; Sound and Fury (3) ; Student Government President (4); Student Legislature (1,2,3); Student Party (1,2,3,4) ; Freshman Fellowship President (1) ; Wesley Foundation (3) ; Y.M.C.A. Treasurer (2); Graham Memorial Board of Directors (3,4). ZABLOCKI, FRANK STEFAN Chapel Hill B.S. in Geology. As we leave Carolina, graduation bringing us all together those few last times — remi- niscing as the senior procession moves forward — 279 COM « e een. d et . . . that first bewildering encounter with UNC . . . . . . and afterwards, growing in Tar Heel sophistication and confidence, that special feeling of belonging at Carolina. While climbing the steps of knowledge . . . . . . and making firm that most important foundation of our lives, a strong spir- itual basis without which all the rest is nought . . . we gained new friends, found new compan- ions, returned to the old ones each year — the relationships differing, but each with that definite Chapel Hill quality . . . i We swelled with pride at the accomplishments of our fellow Tar Heels, at the achievements of our school . . . . . . and at the simple grandeur, the magic of our surroundings. There was the excitement, the thrill . . . that big one . . . and the little ones. There has been so much crammed into four short years — memories are endless, especially on that last day when we try to grasp all of Carolina . . . TJ , ' r ; ll H WBSiii " fl P ' .M p- . .?H Bit- ' jn T ] %r .y ' --- ry- .,s--i -. ' . . -nl ffl BJ jn TVtc tima. First Row: Dave Wall, Bob Wagner, Perrin Henderson, Bill Adcock, Ronnie Milligan, Charlie Boyette, Jeff Pyatte. Second Row: Ken Hoke, Rob Boyette, Dave Atkinson, Glenn Daughtry, Larry Hayes, Dave Corkey. Returning from last year ' s varsity ranks to com- plement a fine wrestling squad this year were let- termen Dave Wall, Charles Boyette, Ken Hoke and Glenn Daughtry. Coach Sam Barnes also counted heavily on sophomores from last year ' s outstanding freshman squad. Leading the new group were Per- rin Henderson, Dave Atkinson and Dave Corkey. The Tar Heel grapplers opened their season with a 17-13 win over Wake Forest and a 12-12 tie with Washington and Lee in a wrestling doubleheader. The win was their first in thirteen tries. The up-and-coming squad won their second match of the season 20-8 over Davidson and remained undefeated by out-maneuvering the Citadel Bull- dogs 17-10 and the Virginia Cavaliers 16-15. V.P.I., king of the Southern Conference mats, handed the Tar Heels their first setback 29-5. Prior to the conference tournament in Charlottesville March 8-9, the Tar Heel wrestlers were defeated by Maryland 24-6, V.M.I. 21-10 and Duke 20-8. Captain Bob Wagner executes a switch on Ken Hoke. 284 m 491 0 le Lt. Colonel Franklin W. Swann Executive Officer Major Thomas T. Gilchrist, Jr. Training Officer Major Jack W. Gabus Commandant of Cadets Major George D. Lynn Operations Officer Colonel George J. Smith Professor of Air Science Corps of Cadets The AFROTC unit at the University of North Carolina, commanded by Colonel George J. Smith, has for ten years been an integral part of the school. The United States Air Force has been recognized as America ' s first line of defense, so it is the purpose of the program to provide a ready supply of officer material. New pilots and observers must be con- stantly trained. In giving the AFROTC cadet the opportunity to integrate his preparation for a role as a responsible citizen with the more specific preparation for a role as a well-trained Air Force officer, the Air Force hopes to produce more well-rounded officers. Train- ing here at the University consists of intensive class- room work as well as laboratory work on the drill DETACHMENT NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS: M Sgt. M. W. Hudson, S Sgt. C. E. Rector, M Sgt. A. D. Boyer, M Sgt. C. W. Clifford, S Sgt. J. W. Hawk. WING HEADQUARTERS STAFF AND ASSISTANTS Standing: Major William Stephen, ffing Air Inspector; Major Billy R. Ratledge, Wing Personnel Officer; Major James M. Howey, IFing Adjutant; Captain George J. Keller, Wing Information Service Officer; Captain Jimmy L. Love, Wing Material Officer. Kneeling: M Sgt. W. B. Akin, T Sgt. R. P. Hunt, A lc J. A. Caldwell, A 2c K. R. Walker, A lc R. A. Akin, A lc M. F. Smith. field. Principles of effective leadership and the im- portance of military discipline are stressed. The Corps of Cadets at the University of North Carolina has this year been changed in organiza- tion from a Wing to a Group. Its total strength is 276 cadets. Upon entering his junior year the cadet may qualify for the advanced program which calls for four hours of classroom work and two hours of drill each week. Upon completion of academic re- quirements for a bachelor ' s degree and the four years of AFROTC training, each man is commis- sioned and assigned to Air Force active duty. Within the Corps, a band, a drill team, and a rifle team furnish extracurricular outlets. Colonel Memory H. Elmore Wing Commander Top Row: Lt. Colonel Donald C. Strickland, Deputy Wing Commander; Lt. Colonel Darwin L. Bell, Wing Operations Officer; Major James M. Howey, Wing Adjutant. Bottom Row: Major William M. Stephens, Wing Air Inspector; Major Jose E. Stuntz, Wing Controller ; Major Billy R. Ratledge, Wing Person- nel Officer; Captain George J. Keller, Wing Information Service Officer. W f Susan L. Walker Honorary Cadet Colonel AFROTC SPONSOR SQUADRON First Row: Mary Batten, Isabel Holbrook, Edith Moore, Elizabeth James, Marian Dickens, Angeline Papazisis, Carolyn Placak. Second Row: Amy Morse, Anne Newsome, Patsy Poythress, Mary Louise Bizzell, Carol Dennis, Susan Walker, Pat Dillon, Barbara Miles, Janet Johnson, Jo Anne Knott. Captain C. R. Harrington Drill Squadron Commander AFROTC Drill Squadron passes in review. Color Guard GKOi;i I OFFICERS Major Bob J. Ratledge, Com- mander; 1st Lt. Robert C. Burton, Adjutant. S LAUliOiN A SQUADRON A OFFICERS (Captain Shelby B. Beck, Commander; Captain Richard C. Booth. Executive Officer and Adjutant; 1st Lt. William T. Clark, Flight II Commander; 1st Lt. William T. Ballard, Flight I Commander. Group I SQUADRON B OFFICERS Captain Albert Moise, Commander; Captain Harry C. Steele, Flight 11 Commander ; 1st Lt. Thomas W. McGuire, Executive Officer and Adjutant; 1st Lt. Nathaniel Hayes, Flight 1 Commander. SQUADRON C OFFICERS Captain Lionel C. King, Commander ; 1st Lt. Stanley A. Garriss, Flight I Comman- der; 1st Lt. Bennette E. Whisenant, Flight II Commander; 1st Lt. Charles P. Bowles, Executive Officer and Adjutant. Group II SQUADRON D SQUADRON C GROUP II OFFICERS Major James R. Regehir, Commander; 1st Lt. Kenneth F. Lowry, Adjutant. SQUADRON D OFFICERS 1st Lt. John C. Molter, Flight I Comman- der; Captain Marion W. Griffin, Comman- der; 1st Lt. Robert L. Bell, Flight U Com- mander; 1st Lt. Fred G. Phillips, Executive Officer and Adjutant. aerfe i 1 r ' i ' ' , AFROTC Band Squadron i» b a wOTn - ' H; ' 9 ' ' - v« 1 A. - A ' K % 1 Captain Josiah Murray, Band Commander; Captain Donald E. Jefferson, Band Squadron Executive Officer. Rearrangement of the Flights during AFROTC reorganization from Wing to Group took place outside Memorial Hall during January. 291 Cadets inspect the refueling boom on a KC-97 on a fall trip to West Palm Beaoh Air Force Base. Arnold Air Society " The Warrior Who Cultivates His Mind Polishes His Arms " " We of the Arnold Air Society accept this motto as a challenge and a pledge that in the future we shall by diligent study and unrestricted effort in- struct and train ourselves so that each of us shall have the qualities and attributes essential to our pi ' ogressive and continued development throughout our lifetime as Officers of the United States Air Force. " ... I Members of the Arnold Air Society are, first row: Hunt, Poteat, Aldred, Garris, Regehir, Gahrmann, Steele, Lackey, Stephens, Farrell, Smith, Coles, Goodman, Callender; second row: Howey, Mayo, Major J. W. Gabus (Advisor), Jefferson, Booth, Lowry, Griffin, Keller, Molter, B. R. Ratledge, Stuntz, R. Bell, Harrington, Bowles, B. J. Ratledge, Murray, Moise, Elmore, D. Bell, Strickland, Phillips. Sabre Air Command The main purpose of the Sabre Air Command, a national honorary society for AFROTC Basic Cadets, is to increase the effectiveness of the AFROTC program and to promote interest in the concept of air power. Another purpose of the or- ganization is to give its members the opportunity to gain experience in leadership and cooperation. Being a member of SAC, which has advanced rapidly since it was organized during the spring semester of 1956, will play an important part in the career of an AFROTC Basic Cadet. Members of the Sabre Air Command are, kneeling: Walker, Caldwell, Major G. D. Lynn (Advisor), Zlotnicki, Burroughs, Jacobsen; standing: McCreight, Lindsey, Arey, Houston, Baucom, Paige, McGuire, Davis, Mullen. .dhxtM ■MlifcMa 5. UKmmcHC Coach Ralph Casey, Cap- tain Charlie Krepp and Coach Dick Janierson talk over plans for the State meet. Sprinters Kelly Maness, Walt Rose and Bill Roth. Coach Ralph Casey was blessed this year with what was possibly the strongest Tar Heel swimming squad to date, adding one more year to a seventeen year winning streak. Thirteen of seventeen letter- men returned from last year, including Ail-Ameri- can Charlie Krepp. These together with eight top- flight sophomores added to the seventeen year swim- ming record of 130 dual meet victories in 147 outings. Senior captain Krepp, defending confeience title and record holder in the 100-yd. and 200-yd. events, led the backstrokers, followed by Brent Nash and Bill Butler. A strong quartet in the sprints was formed by Walt Rose, Bill Roth, Kelly Maness and Bill Zickgraf. Tony SchifFman and Jim Atwater performed in the distance events. Filling the 200- yd. butterfly breaststroke positions were Mack Mahaff ey and Bob Turner, while Dick Goad, Kit Mercer and Wilson Cooper provided competition Backstrokers Brent Nash, Charlie Krepp and Milton Veazy. 294 1 ImiiiiI Divers Tom Parker, Ned Meekins and Mac Mclnnis. . Distance men Jim Atwater and Tony SchiSman. Dolphin men Bob Turner, Bill Zickgraf and Mac Mahaffey. in the orthodox breaststroke. Dick Jamerson ' s re- turning springboard artists Mac Mclnnis, Ned Meekins and Tom Parker placed first, second and third respectively, in the conference one and two meter events. Of the nine dual meets Tar Heel mermen won this season, victories include those over East Caro- lina, South Carolina, Duke, Virginia, N.C. State, Maryland and Clemson. The medley relay team of Rose, Krep, Zickgraf and Zwicker set a new confer- ence record of 4:00.4 minutes, while Krepp set two national NCAA records in the 100-yd. backstroke and the 100-yd. butterfly, both in 56.5 seconds. Ending the season was the Atlantic Coast Confer- ence tournament followed by the NCAA Champion- ship held at UNC. Breaststrokers Kit Mercer and Jim Goad. " Okay, you bums, this is your last chance; if you don ' t break 23, you go back to butterfly tomorrow. " Members of the Splash Club are, first tow: Beverly Rentz, Ka Smith, Bobbi Madison, Marge Clendenin; second row: Mary Margaret Williams, Sara Williamson, Kay Hannon, Janet Bannerman. Pat Anderson, Ingrid Clay, Mary Lou Brinckerhofl, Ellen Pemberton; third row: Betty Ackerson, Ruth Woodruff, Bami Bourne, Linda Cleve- land, Edith Drexler, Frances Reynolds, Secretary; Diana Ashley, Trudy Lefler, fourth row: Ann Gillett Burt, President; Roberta Hastings, Miss Mary F. Kellam, Advisor. The Splash Club is the women ' s synchronized swimming club of UNC. Emphasis and practice are put on individual stunts and coordination of group stunts. Climaxing the year for the Splash Club is the water pageant which is open to the public every spring. Membership in the club is dependent upon indi- vidual skill and swimming ability. Tryouts are held in the fall. yef ecf a iu6 The Carolina Fencing Club has sought varsity status since it was revived here as a sport in 1950 by Franz Ross and Pebley Barrow. During the regular season the team has meets with Vanderbilt, V.M.I., Kentucky, A.M.A., N.C. State and others. In addition to sending competitors to a national NCAA tourney in Detroit, each year in May the team sponsors an individual competition with awards for three places in each weapon. Taking time out from a pre-season practice session are Fencing Club members, kneeling: John Lowery, Steve Mirman, Guy Ellis, William Parker, Jim Proctor; standing: Coach Pebley Barrow and Captain Don Corbin. 4 i ik Carolina Playmakers The Carolina Playmakers opened their 1956-57 theatre season in October with five performances of " Anas- tasia. " In 1918, Frederick H. " Proff " Koch joined the University English Department and introduced his now-famous English 31, a course for beginning playwrights. Proff Koch ' s efforts toward a new and vital folk drama resulted not only in such suc- cessful American playwrights as Paul Green and Josephina Niggli but also the Carolina Playmakers, today a famed University theatre. Its famous build- ing, across from the Old Well, was the first state- owned playhouse in the United States to be dedi- cated to the writing and producing of native drama. The Carolina Playmakers are a very real Com- munity Theatre. Any student, member of the fac- ulty, or resident of the area may become a member simply by taking an active part in any one of the many phases of production of a Playmaker play. The Playmakers ' work now falls into two cate- gories. First, there is a program of major produc- tions, which in 1956-57 included " Anastasia; " " Androcles and the Lion, " which toured four states; " Desire Under the Elms; " " Brigadoon; " and " Peer Gynt. " Second, there are experimental productions written, staged, and acted by students. At least one full-length play by a new playwright is presented as a major production. A third category may be added; for the Playmakers are responsible for bringing to Chapel Hill such shows as " Three For Tonight " with Marge and Gower Champion and Harry Belafonte, and " The Caine Mutiny Court Martial " with Paul Douglas, Wendell Corey, and Steve Brodie. This year they brought to Memorial Hall " The Best of Steinbeck, " featuring Constance Bennett and three Hollywood actors; and scheduled the musical, " Foolin ' Ourselves, " with a company of twenty-five headed by Gene Nelson and Sue Carson. " Desire Under the Elms, " Eugene O ' Neill ' s drama of a New Eng- land family, was presented in Diicmber. Following its mid-November presentation at UNC as part of the George Bernard Shaw Centennial Celebration, " Androcles and the Lion " made a post-Thanks- giving tour of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. ■ilraina. ilCoDi. lliefac- Beater t of tie piir. »(at6 prodiic- stasia: " r states; d Peer luctions astooe aaHed my tie Uek wFor 00 ml Court xd anorial DstaiKt tU HIT of irson. • « Highlights of the year for the Men ' s Glee Club, which meets twice a week under the direction of Dr. Joel Carter, were the March tour through North Carolina and South Carolina and two April joint concerts with the Women ' s College Glee Club. Merits Glee Club Zane Eargle, President hTkt The Varsity Men ' s Glee Club gave its first per- formance at the beginning of the fall semester; at that time all new men interested in joining were invited to learn of the functions and activities which the club had planned for the year 1956-57. After the new men had been selected, the club under the direction of Dr. Joel Carter gave its first public performance of the season by taking part in the Founders Day Ceremonies. In November they made a tour of towns in North Carolina and Vir- ginia and joined in a combined concert with the Virginia Men ' s Glee Club at Charlottesville, Vir- ginia. In December they combined with the Graham Memorial Activities group to present a Mozart Fes- tival. Their selection was Mozart ' s " Magic Flute. " In the spring they joined with the Greensboro Woman ' s College Glee Club to present " Dido and Aneas. " This program was presented both at Greensboro and Chapel Hill. To round out their successful season the club toured several towns in the immediate vicinity, and in April they made an extended tour throughout the state. 299 I Members of the Dialectic Senate are, first row, Nancy Kotliseliilil, Irwin Avery, Pat Adams, Gerry Boudreau, Mickey Partin; second row. Chuck Jones, Gary Greer, Betty Huffman, Gene Whitehead, John Barto; third row, Jeff Randall, Joel Fleischraan, Stan Shaw, David Reid and Pebbl ey Barrow. Over one hundred and sixty years ago, when both the University and the nation were still in their infancy, the present-day Senate of the Dialectic Literary Society had its beginning. Since its incep- tion, the Senate has played a role of ever-increasing importance on the campus and in the state and nation. Its record of service and leadership is at once a witness and a tribute to the tradition of liberalism for which the University is justly famous. The history of the Senate is bound inextricably with that of the University. In addition to the usual functions of a literary society, the Senate for many years served as a vital part of student government. As Carolina grew, the Dialectic Senate grew with it, contributing to and sharing in the prestige of the University. Stan Shaw, President Today the Senate devotes itself to debate and to discussion of subjects ranging in scope from politics to philosophy — from Chapel Hill to Egypt. Debate is governed only by rules of parliamentary proce- dure; and every Senator has the privilege of ex- pressing his views, however radical or reactionary they may be. Delivery of speeches is infinite in variety, and there is never a debate lacking in wit and humor. When the Di meets every Tuesday evening in New West and continues its tradition of free and informative debate, it is living proof that tradition is not a stuffed-shirt affair. In 1956, equally as in 1795, the Senate is a vital part of the work of the University. Now, as then, the Di carries on its service of turning out men and women capable of thinking for themselves and making their own decisions. Today, when free speech and free thought are endangered as never before, the Senate is chal- lenged to further the ideals it has cherished and upheld throughout the years. We of the Dialectic Senate are confident that the challenge will be met. Though its past achievements are great, the Senate will never be content to rest on them as a substitute for action. Rather it will build upon its heritage of service and leadership, as is consonant with the ever-broadening horizons of the University of which it is a part. Philanthropic Assembly The Assembly of the Philanthropic Literary So- ciety today responds to 161 years of finest tradition by continuing to teach the arts of oratory and debate while allowing the students to freely express their opinions on matters of concern to themselves. Ac- tivities of the Phi not only revolve around debate but also include such events as the annual Phi-Di banquet, at which time an award is presented to an alumnus of one of the two Literary Societies. The Societies also hold an annual joint debate and a " favorite readings night. " The Phi has produced many prominent state and national leaders during its colorful and inspiring past and today continues to function as the training ground for leadership. Among the Phi Alumni who are on the campus are Chancellor House, Albert Coats and Dean Carlyle Sitterson. The venerable Society debates bills in nearly every realm of thought and controversy, and its decisions and views are highly respected. The Phi also serves a vital function as the " Campus Watch- dog, " pointing out injustices and areas of trouble should they arise among the student body. Currently the Phi is attempting to direct public speaking and oratory toward a prominence that it was accorded in the early days of our nation. In conjunction with this, an effort is also being made Larry Matthews, Speaker to familiarize the campus with the colorful oratori- cal styles that are rapidly disappearing. Phi Hall is located on the fourth floor of New East Building and houses the Assembly ' s valuable portrait collection of former members. Debates are held in the Hall on Tuesday evenings at eight o ' clock. Members of the Philanthropic Assembly seated behind Speaker Larry Matthews are, first row: Ethan Tolman, David Ball, John Lewis, Leon Frohsin, James Duvall, Elizabeth Dent; second row: Don Gray, Chuck Howerton, Jess Stribling, Bob Hill, Paul Carr, Roy Taylor; third row: Bennie Baucom, David Matthews, Ed Rowland, Tom Costen, James Tolbert, James Montieth; fourth row: Don Jacobs, James Proctor, John Brooks and Hill Johnson. 301 Debate Council Members of the Debate Council are, seated, John Brooks; Dave Lieberman, President; Gerry Boudreau; Mr. Richard Douthit; standing. Sonny Evans. Governing inter and intra-coUegiate speaking activities is the job of the Debate Council. Accord- ingly, it consists of representatives of the Philan- thropic Society, the Dialectic Senate and the Debate Squad. Debate between these three groups was organized and plans were laid for their joining a national honorary speaking fraternity. One of the most important functions of the De- bate Council is organizing tournament plans for the Debate Squad, whose members debated on this year ' s national topic, " Resolved : The United States Should Discontinue Foreign Aid. " Some of the inter-collegiate debates entered this year by the Squad included the Southern Debate Tournament at Wake Forest College, the University of South Carolina Tournament, the Marshall- Wythe Tourna- ment sponsored by the College of William and Mary, the Dixie Classic Tournament at Wake Forest College, and the Hall of Fame Tournament held under the auspices of New York University. John Brooks, Sonny Evans, Faculty Advisor Dr. Norman W. Mattis, Dave Lieberman and Forbes Ramsey constituted the Debate Team which won third place in the New York Uni- sity Hall of Fame Tournament early in December. Debate Team members are, seated. Sonny Evans, John Brooks, Mr. Richard Douthit, Dave Lieberman, William King; standing, Tom Long, Clay Simpson, Randy Oglesby and Harold Stessel. Jim Holmes, Chairman Carolina Forum members are Jess Stribling, Paul Whitfield and G. P. Myatt. This season marks the twenty-first year of the speaker presentation series of the Carolina Forum. During these years, the campus of the University has heard voiced, through the sponsorship of the Forum, opinions on every philosophy or ideology extant in the twentieth century world. Since its founding, the Forum has striven to bring to the students of this University the most outstand- ing leaders in the world. It has presented three presidents of the United States, numerous Senators and Congressmen, in addition to foreign ambassa- dors and justices of the Supreme Court. This year arrangements have been made to pre- sent: Dr. Hollington K. Tong, Chinese Ambassador to the United States; Vice-President Richard M. Nixon; V. K. Krishna Menon, Chairman of the Indian Delegation to the United Nations; Walter P. Reuther, Vice-President of the AFL-CIO; and Sena- tors Stuart Symington, Paul Douglas and Strom Thurmond. The Forum feels that in the academic year 1956- 1957 it will approach the fulfillment of its perpetual ideal — to bring to the campus of the oldest state university in the nation the political, educational, and economic leaders of the world. Chancellor House and Jim Holmes meet Hollington K. Tong, Ambassador of the Chinese Republic to the United States, following his September speech at UNC. The Carolina Forum scheduled a February ap- pearance for its second speaker of the school year, V. K. Krishna Menon, Chairman of the Indian Delegation to the United Nations. 303 Don Miller President Don Kentopp Court Chairman The University Dance Committee members, dis- tinguished by their blue and white rosettes, act traditionally as hosts for Carolina ' s dances and maintain order at campus social functions. The Dance Committee was fortunate to have Dr. George Shephard as its faculty advisor. His unselfish con- tributions of both time and advice were greatly appreciated. This year ' s dances were outstanding, and certainly credit and thanks are due to all the sponsoring organizations for their fine planning. The records of these dances are also a tribute to Chairman Don Miller, who worked diligently to achieve one of the most successful years in the history of the University Dance Committee. Harvey Jones Head Doorman Dance Committeemen Pete Kelley and George Wray, identified by the rosettes in their lapels, greet Pi Beta Phi pledge Doris Peter and her escort at the sorority ' s annual pledge dance held in December. x m nittee Don Abernethy Jim Armstrong Bob Carter Charles Coley Bob Cromley Larry Harris Pete Kelley John Lazarus John McKee Bill McLean David Michaux Jerry Oppenheimer Tom Ray Bob Staton Bill Taylor Leo Wardrup Juan West George Wray 305 Bh% ' ' ' 1 HK tT ' H TC Cftte (ien mcut the overflow crowd. The attendance at the dance was the largest in recent years and Armstrong was at his best to please the throngs of students and faculty members who migrated to Woollen Gym- nasium. Jimmy Capps, of radio station WPTF, inter- viewed " Satchmo " backstage before the concert for MONITOR. Parts of the concert and interviews with basketball coach Frank McGuire, AU-Ameri- can Lennie Rosenbluth and Tommy Kearns were also broadcast the following weekend over NBC. Keilh Palmer George Ragsdale KAPPA SIGMA DELTA KAPPA EPSILON President Vice-President Mark Cherry Gordon Browne HI DELTA THETA BETA THETA PI Secretary Treasurer For t he thirty-ninth annual celebration of Winter Germans, on February 16th the UNC German Club sponsored the " King of Jazz " Louis Armstrong and his All-Stars. The weekend indeed seemed the big- gest in Carolina ' s social history, featuring Arm- strong along with MONITOR, NBC ' s weekend radio feature, which recorded highlights of the weekend for national broadcast. Memorial Hall was packed for the concert; over four hundred chairs were moved in to accommodate WPTF ' s Jimmy Capps interviews " Satchmo " for NBC ' s MONITOR before he and his All-Stars begin their Saturday afternoon concert which played to a capacity audience. Thad Bostic KAPPA ALPHA Erie Haste PHI GAMMA DELTA John McKee ZETA PSI Kelly Maness BETA THETA PI David Moye Charles Oyer ST. ANTHONY HALL John Patteson PHI DELTA THETA David Watson DELTA KAPPA EP3IL0N Julian Winslow PI KAPPA ALPHA George Wray KAPPA SIGMA Sam Yancey ALPHA TAU OMEGA I m- Sc ccai 0%den O nrgon ' s Mmh ICnJjgp DAVID MARION CONNOR, JR. Quaestor Jame B. Bullitt, Keener Louis Edward McG. lf|dgpeth Urbon T. Ho W. Dougald MacMillan Roland P. McClamrdck John T. O ' Neil Charles Wesley Causey ■ " - David Marion Connor, Jr. Swift Davis ohn Lewallen, Jr. JoMr Powers Littlehales Kdw in Holt Moore, Jr. Claude Armstrong Plunilee, Jr. Mebane Moore Pritchett James Plummer Raugh ACTIVE MEMBERS Michael Spencer Tanner Frederick Sloat Van Winkle Clarence Edward Williams 308 ■ ' Order of THE MINATAURS FRANKLIN GRAY MICHAEL TANNER WILLIAM BRIDGES President Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer William Baldridge John Bender, Jr. James Cheatham Donnell Cobb, Jr. Dabney Coddington, Jr. Oscar Davis William Deal Charles Eldridge Robert Ferrell Paul Fulton Richard Hines Edward Hudgins Victor Huggins Edwin Hutchins Jesse Wesley Johnson, Jr. James Kelly James Kester James Legget Pritchard Lindsley Robert Little William Luesing Donald McMillan William Merriman William Michael James Moss Keith Palmer William Palmer Jerry Parker Bailey Patrick, Jr. Billy Bob Peel William Pender Julian Rhinehart James Roberts Edwin Rollins E. C. Smith Harry Smith Pawling Stewart Lewis Sutton Henry Turner, Jr. Fritz Van Winkle John Walker Robert Walker, Jr. Thomas Wood Robert Yowell 309 BPPUUTJ QM UVMXJVIY TRML VREU AFHTY NVMNLKA TQBFNGY HBQ NVJR TYQZS SOLT FCH MLUA SIEI KVGW VALMAR LXIX C RULERS 706 PAUL FULTON, JR 707 JAMES THEODORE CHEATHAM, HL 710 LUTHER HARTWELL HODGES, JR. 713 GEORGE PATRICK HUNTER, JR. 719 MACON GLASGOW PATTON... Rex KDS wss ..KMK NGP SUBJECTS 162 William Donald Carmichael 174 Archibald Henderson 201 Thomas Ruffin 241 Joseph G. deR. Hamilton 315 Robert Wettach 319 William W. Pierson 331 Thomas Felix Hicherson 343 Dudley Dewitt Carroll 349 William Donald Carmichael, Jr. 373 Allen Wilson Hobbs 382 Julius Jennings Wade 385 Robert Edwin Coker 439 J. Penrose Harland 442 Robert Burton House 444 Gordon Gray 490 Fletcher Melvin Green 492 Charles M. Shaffer 540 Ernest Craige 546 Harry Russell 582 Issac M. Taylor 643 Lyman A. Gotten 650 Roy Walter Holsten 662 Sydenham B. Alexander 663 Frank W. Klingberg 664 Henry Wilkins Lewis 665 Robert Boyd Lindsay 678 Herbert R. Baer 679 George Dial Penick 706 Paul Fulton, Jr. 707 James Theodore Cheatham, III 709 Lawrence Gibson Bell 710 Luther Hartwell Hodges, Jr. 712 Daniel Edward Hudg ins, Jr. 713 George Patrick Hunter, Jr. 714 George M. Harper 715 John Luther Walker, Jr. 716 Charles Francis Rouse, Jr. 717 Canie Brown Smith 718 Donald Shephard McMillan 719 Macon Glasgow Patton 720 Roney Alvious Hilliard, Jr. 721 Charles Knox Massey, Jr. 722 John Woodfin Burress, III 723 Milton Augustus Barber, III DAVI m Order of the Sheiks OFFICERS DAVID WATSON S. JOHN McALISTER V. S. GENE McDANIEL K. G. B. Adams Gene McDaniel Dudley Baird Joe McKenzie Larry Bell Larry Mclver Buster Brown Tom Mclver Bernie Bullard Charles Owen Dave Davis Jimmy Patrick Stewart Dawson Jack Patteson Hank Dryfoos Robert Perry Jim Epps Grady Putnam John Foster George Ragsdale Dan Hailey George Raines Tom Harris James Seely Perky Hayes Fred Steck Pat Healy Rivers Upchurch Pete Hogaboom Ralph Usina Diddy Johnson Leo Wardrup Jack Jones David Watson Stan Leggett Bev Webb Al Long Jack Williams Church May Randy Williams John McAlister Sam M. Yancey 311 Babe i@tren Carole Cooptooob Carol Benntsc 3nne ©rafee Wootiit jFotoler Carolpn ©reen ©on l erring Jean J icfes SToftn ovibroi iSill Hane abtSit om HToljnsfon atiber ral J all ab Cruman iHoore abbesit t!Dom ISopette JSert Babiji (@up Babtsf Jubp ©abisi ILarrp l arrtg Hart ILatorentc p. J. iilatibiston anne iWelton Bon iHillen Warn 3 ap jFranb tJjrimsfter Barbara tocfeton iWartie Mbebfaee @ene Wt)ite()eab f usit lain iWisieratjle ©onna llurtj J8. a. Jflifjm allp eter iSan tljaeffer tan (]ab) ISobbi mttb jWifec mitf) illarp aipji Toorfjecji u£(an Walker iSarrp Winscton 312 cg 8 O ' Daniel President Inabinet Recorder Barefoot Bumgardner Carraway Copses Dunlap Dutton Fraley Hinton Johnson McDonald Manos D. Miller S. Miller Nance Pipes Sheek Smith Soles Sutton Underwood The Pharmacy Senate was founded at the Uni- versity in 1940. Membership is limited to thirty members from the School of Pharmacy. The pur- poses are to stimulate and increase knowledge and appreciation for the profession of Pharmacy, to promote interclass co-operation within the school, and to teach public speaking as a foundation for future leadership. D. Johnson Sec.-Treas. Green Reporter t School of Pharmacy E. A. Brecht, Dean Fall semester of 1956 marked the beginning of the fifty-ninth year of pharmaceutical education at the University of North Carolina. The school, which is the only institution of pharmaceutical training in this state, offers a four-year course leading to a degree of Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy; on the grad uate level study towards a Master of Science or Doctor of Philosophy degree is offered in phar- macy or pharmaceutical chemistry. Students in the School of Pharmacy enjoy the unique position of being enrolled in a " college within a college. " They enjoy many of the advan- tages offered by attending a university as well as the benefits offered by a smaller school, almost com- plete within itself, of more individual instruction and personal attention. Pharmacy school does not consist merely of formal lectures and laboratories, but there are many student organizations centered around points of interest, such as the Student Branches of the APhA and NCPA; Rho Chi, national honorary pharmaceutical society; Kappa Epsilon, national pharmaceutical fraternity for women; Kappa Psi and Phi Delta Chi, national pharmaceutical fra- ternities; and the Pharmacy Senate. The school ' s social calendar is highlighted by fraternity pledge dances, the freshman picnic, and Pharmacy Weekend. This is the School of Pharmacy — study on a pro- fessional level with those extra-curricular and social activities designed to develop conscientious and well-rounded pharmacists to carry on our time- honored profession. SCHOOL OF PHARMACY FACULTY Seated: Dr. E. A. Brecht, Dean; Dr. Ben F. Cooper; and Dr. Herman O. Thompson. Standing: William Taylor, Dr. Sigurdur Jonsson, Dr. F. C. Hammerness, Earl T. Brown. Fourth Year PHARMACY SCHOOL OFFICERS Don Miller, President; Shirley Bumgardner, Vice-President; Janice Pipes, Secretary-Treasurer. First Rote: ARENA, JAMES EDWARD Durham B.S. IN Pharmacy. Kappa Psi; NCPhA-APhA Student Branch (U,3,4). BAREFOOT, LORETTA JEAN Asheville B.S. IN Pharmacy. Kappa Epsilon, Secretary-Treasurer (3) ; NCPhA-APhA Student Branch, Secretary (4) ; Pharmacy Girls ' Association (1,2,3,4); Class Secretary-Treasurer (3). BARGER, CHARLES GLENN Hickory B.S. IN Pharmacy. Kappa Psi; NCPhA-APhA Student Branch, Student Branch Executive Committee (4). BOLTON, JAMES CENER Rich Square B.S. IN Pharmacy. Kappa Psi. BULLOCK, BENJAMIN WALTER Creedmoor B.S. IN Pharmacy. BUMGARDNER, SHIRLEY WEAVER West Jefferson B.S. IN Pharmacy. Kappa Epsilon; Rho Chi, President (4) ; Phar- macy Senate (2,3,4) ; NCPhA-APhA Student Branch (2,3,4) ; Class Vice-President (4); Orientation Advisor (3). BUTLER, ROBERT DEAN Morganton B.S. IN Pharmacy. Phi Delta Chi. CARRAWAY, ERNEST LEROY, JR. WiUiamston B.S. IN Pharmacy. Kappa Psi. Second Row: CHANDLER, PEGGY BLACK Chapel Hill B.S. IN Pharmacy. Kappa Epsilon. CHARLES, FRED RICHARD Si. Petersburg, Fla. B.S. IN Pharmacy Phi Delta Chi; UNC Band (1,2). CLAY, ALBERT SIDNEY Oxford B.S. IN Pharmacy. COPSES, CHARLES PETER Charlotte B.S. IN Pharmacy. Phi Delta Chi. COURTS, BEN CARTER Reidsville B.S. IN Pharmacy. Phi Delta Chi; Orientation Counselor (4). CRUMPLER, WILBUR AUBREY B.S. IN Pharmacy. EDMONDSON, EDWIN WILSON B.S. IN Pharmacy. FOSTER, ROBERT WILLIAM B.S. IN Pharmacy. Third Row: FREEMAN, PETE DELON B.S. IN Pharmacy. Kappa Psi. HARRELL, OLLIE CECIL B.S. IN Pharmacy. Roseboro Pinetops Greensboro Asheboro Colerain HARRINGTON, GERALD KELLY Sanford B.S. IN Pharmacy. Kappa Psi, Treasurer (4) ; Phi Eta Sigma; Rho Chi (3,4), Historian (4); Student Legislature (2); Univer- sity Party 2,3); APhA-NCPhA Student Branch (1,2,3,4); Phar- macy Senate (2). HOLLOWELL, AUBREY E, B.S. IN Pharmacy. HUCKABY, BYRON TAYLOR B.S. IN Pharmacy. Kappa Psi; Rho Chi. INGRAM, JAMES THOMAS B.S. IN Pharmacy. JONES, ALPHEUS, JR. B.S. IN Pharmacy. Kappa Psi. Edenton Winston-Salem Roanoke Rapids Warrenton IW Fourth Year First Row: KEEMJM, GERALDINE Hazeltcood B.S. IN Phahmacy. Kappa Epsilon; Pharmacy Girls ' Association, President (4); Class Secretary-Treasurer (4). KELLY, LEO CURTIS, JR. Lillington B.S. IN Pharmacy. LANIER, BILLY WORTH Bute ' s Creek B.S. IN Pharmacy. Kho Chi. LEATHERWOOD, JERRY ROBERT WaynesvUle B.S. IN Pharmacy. Kappa I ' si. LEONARD, JOHN WILLIAM Lincolnton B.S. IN Pharmacy. Kappa Psi; NCPhA-APhA Student Branch. Durham NCPhA-APhA Student Branch; McCORKLE, MACK ELMO B.S. IN Pharmacy. Kappa Psi; Pharmacy Senate (2). MAST, WILLIAM HERNDON Sugar Grove B.S. IN Pharmacy. Kappa Psi; Class Vice-President (3) ; Class President (4); G.M.A.B. (2); Young Democrats Club (3,4). MILLER, DONALD JOSEPH Raleigh B.S. IN Pharmacy. Kappa Psi, President (4) ; Senior Class Treas urer (4) ; Dance Committee (1,2,3,4), Court Chairman (3), Chair- man (4) ; Freshman Golf Team (1) ; Order of the Holy Grail (3,4) Order of the Old Well (3,4); Student Legislature (1,2); Univer- sity Party (2,3,4) ; Professional Interfraternity Council (3,4) Student American Pharmaceutical Association, National Vice- President (3), National President (4); President (4); President UNC School of Pharmacy (4) ; Orientation Counselor (3,4) ; Phar- macy Senate (1,2,3,4); NCPhA-APhA Student Branch (1,2,3,4). Second Row: NANCE, JOHN S. Charlotte B.S. IN Pharmacy. PHIFER, FRED OWEN Marshville B.S. IN Pharmacy. Kappa Psi. PIPES, JANICE L. Asheville B.S. IN Phramacy. Kappa Epsilon; APhA-NCPhA Student Branch (2,3,4), Secretary (3); Pharmacy Senate (3,4), Secretary -Treas- urer (3) ; Pharmacy School Secretary-Treasurer (4) ; Pharmacy Girls ' Association (2,3,4) ; Dormitory House Council (3,4). Geraldine Keenum, Secretary-Treasurer ; President; Bill Mast, President. Hobart Whaley, Vice- RICH, RENUS EDGAR, JR. Harmony B.S. IN Pharmacy. ROBERTS, STEPHEN BURGIN Marshall B.S. IN Pharmacy. Phi Delta Chi; NCPhA-APhA Student Branch (1,2,3,4) ; Young Republicans Club (2,3,4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1,2) ; Phar- macy Senate (1). SHEEK, MARY SUE Yadkinville B.S. IN Pharmacy. Kappa Epsilon, President (4) ; Pharmacy Girls ' Association (2,3,4), President (3); APhA-NCPhA Student Branch (2,3,4) ; Pharmacy Senate (4). SMITH, JOE EPHRIAM Connelly Springs B.S. IN Pharmacy. Kappa Psi; NCPhA-APhA Student Branch (2,3,4); Pharmacy Senate (2,3,4), Recorder (3), Parliamentarian (4) ; Men ' s Honor Council (4). PROFFITT, BILL B.S. IN Pharmacy. Sherwood Third Row: SNIDER, LARRY GLENN B.S. IN Pharmacy. Phi Delta Chi. TYLER, JACK LOYD B.S. IN Pharmacy. UNDERWOOD, MAURICE EDWARD B.S. IN Pharmacy. Pharmacy Senate (3,4) ; (3,4). WHALEY, HOBART B..S. IN Pharmacy. WHITEHURST, PAUL ADAMS B.S. i! Pharmacy. Kappa Psi. WILLIAMS, CHARLES SLATER B.S. IN Pharmacy. Kappa Psi, Chaplain (4) ; dent Branch (2,3,4) ; Pharmacy Senate (3, Swimming (1) ; Daily Tar Heel (l). ZAMBITO, JOSEPH B.S. IN Pharmacy. Eagle Springs Chapel Hill Wilmington Cosmopolitan Club Chapel Hill Murfreesboro Durham NCPhA-APhA Stu- .4); Baseball (1); Jacksonville, Fla. Wi i m Hazel Green, Secretary-Treasurer ; Ronnie Austel, Vice-President; Dave Davis, President. First Row: Adams, Edward Liddell, Fayetteville ; Alexander, Benjamin T., Jr., KAPPA PSI, Charlotte; Austell, Ronald Lowery, Shel- by; Bain, Raeford Whitley, Clayton; Beale, Garland Wood, Jr., KAPPA PSI, Potecasi. Second Row: Bostic, Russell Alton, Pink Hill; Buie, Wayne Melvin, KAPPA PSI, Winston-Salem; Bullock, John Chester, Jr., Chapel Hill; Butler, James Gene, phi delta chi, Morgan- ton; Carter, Donald Kermit, phi delta chi, Dallas. Third Row: Chapman, Donald Kenneth, Winston-Salem; Clay, James B., Oxford; Davis, David Ramsey, sicma nu, Williamston; Dut- ton. Gene Raymond, phi delta chi. Hickory; Fayed, Fred Tucker, Roanoke Rapids. Fourth Row: Fleming, Robert Edward, Jr., Rocky Mount; Fraley, Thomas Maurice, kappa psi, Kannapolis; George, Prentiss Legarr, Jr., Chapel Hill; Green, Hazel Geraldine, Morrisville; Hag- wood, Ray Gordon, kappa psi, Raleigh. Fifth Row: Heath, Ivey Leinster, Jr., Cove City; Hinton, Malory Hugh, kappa psi, Middlesex; Houser, William Edward, Cherry- ville; Inabinet, James Lewis, phi delta chi, Winston-Salem; Jackson, William Carlton, alpha tau omf.ga, Lumberton. Sixth Row: James, Francis Duke, phi delta chi, Mocksville; Johnson, Dorothy Etta, Harrells; Johnson, Loretta Gray, alpha cam- ma delta, kappa EPSiLON, Harrells; McCurdy, Marion Boger, Raleigh ; Manos, Christine Becky, Fayetteville. Seventh Row: Marsh, William Luther, phi delta chi, phi mu alpha, Marshville; Meares, James F., kappa psi, Wilson; Miller, Seth George, kappa psi, Raleigh; Morrison, George Arthur, Southern Pines; Nance, Bernie J., Salisbury. Eighth Row: O ' Daniel, James Sidney, Jr., phi delta chi. Hickory; Owens, Thurman Quinton, Jr., kappa psi, Whiteville; Parker, Fred- erick B., Murfreesboro; Peile, James Iroan. Jr., Hickory; Ponder, William Norman, Flat Rock. Ninth Row: Prevo, James Miller, phi delta chi, Thomasville; Smith, John Hubert, Jr., Holly Springs; Soles, Carole Jenrette, kappa EPSILON, Whiteville; Stevens, Charles L., Chapel Hill; Stevenson, Paul Augustus, Elizabeth City. Tenth Row: Stoots, John Kingsley, kappa psi, Troy; Walker, Paul Mor- gan, PHI DELTA CHI, Maiden; Williams, Lawrence Lanier, KAPPA PSI, Zebulon ; Winstead, Druie Daniel, Jr., kappa psi. Elm City. Third Year mEE f.Tjl m- ■ ■ Second Year First Row: Allen, Billy Thomas, kappa psi, Raleigh ; Hallantine, Lula Sue, KAPPA EPaiLON, Hamlet; Barber, Robert William, t.. lay ton; Bishop, Robert Ellis, Kinston; Boiulurant, James Kermit, Jr., Mount Airy; Boyd, Allan Craig, kappa p. i, Raleigh ; Browning, Joseph Fletcher, Jr., PHI gamma dki.ta, Graham; Bullard, Elizabeth Joanne, Fay- etteville; Carswell, Virgilia, kappa epsilon. Spring Lake. Second Row: Cowan, Russell, Williamslon; Dean, Clayton Lyerly, kappa psi, Charlotte; Deaton, Donald Jason, phi delta chi, Mooresville; Dug- gins, Jack Steven, Chapel Hill; Dunn, Bill M., kappa psi, Kannap- oils; Edmiston, Henry Chalmers, Mooresville; Elkins, Johnny Warren, Fayetleville ; Farrar, Joseph Ernest, kappa psi. Chapel Hill; Griffin, Walter Knox, kappa P;I, Kings Mountain. Third Row: Griffin, William Russell, Jr., Old Fort; Haithcock, Jimmy Reid, kappa psi, Mt. Gilead; Hardy, Charles Edward. La Grange; Har- per, Wendell James, Deep Run; Harris, Thomas E., Jr., Thomas- ville; Harrison, .Steven Vance, kappa psi, Denton; Hood, John David, Morganton ; Huffstetler, Delvin Sylvanus, Kings Mountain; Jackson, Payton Donald, Dunn. Fourth Row: Jenks, Keithan Blanchard, Pittsboro; Johnson, Barbara Ruth, Kinston; Johnson. Jerome Karl, Clayton; King, David Ru-sell, Jr., Wallace; Lawing, Kenneth Lee, Newton; Lazarus, John Michael, kappa psi, San ford; McDonald, Phebe Pettingill, Carthage; Mc- Neill, John Parker, Norwood; McSwain, Jean Willard, Shelby. Sue Ballentine, Secretary-Treasurer ; Walt Griffin, Vice-Presedint; Mike Lazarus, President. Fifth Row: Miley, Jesse James, Jr., Aberdeen; Millican, James Marion, kappa ALPHA, Albemarle; Montgomery, David Weatherspoon, kappa psi, Greensboro; Moose, Hoy Archibald, Jr., Mt. Pleasant; Neal, David Ellison, KAPPA psi, Kannapolis; Newton, Barbara J., Chapel Hill; Savage, William McDonald, Roanoke Rapids; Shuford, Clinton Lockwood, Jr., Roxboro; Smith, Patrick Delane, Peachland. Sixth Row: Thompson, Charles Dale, Snow Camp; Troutraan, Dennis Frank- lin, (Charlotte; Vanderburg, William Lee, Goldsboro; Welch, Jane Louise, CHI OMEGA, KAPPA EPSILON, Washington; Wells, Franklin Ennis, Roseboro; Whitehead, Willis Lee, Chapel Hill; Wilson, Carol Bray, Durham; Wright, Walter David, Yadkinville; Yarbor- ough. William Hardy, Pinehurst. y First Year Mary Ruth Starling, Secreary-Treasurer : Maxir Welch, Vice-President; David Cook, President. First Row: Barrett, Robert Harrison, II, Pinehurst; Benthall, Alpheus Worth, Ahoski; Bonner, Sylvia Meade, Greenville; Bradshaw, Council Foy, Rocky Mount; Bradsher, Arthur Long, Jr., Roxboro; Bryson, Vaughn Douglas, Gastonia; Clark, Hugh Mercer, Pinetops; Cooke, James David, Hildebran; Corbett, Freddie Luvon, Selma; Davis, Thomas Peete, W arrenton. Second Row: Dockery, Wesley Prichard, Walnut; Dunlap, Helen Jean, Durham; Dutton, Marshall Wilson, Hickory; Faison, Nancy Margaret, Shel- by; Faulkner, Edward Garfield. Monroe: Ferrell, Joseph Stevens, Elizabeth City; Gaddy, Ray Carlton, Ingold; Huffman, Donald Robert, Lilesville; Jones, William Warren, Morganton; Kirkman, Paul Madison, Madison. Third Row: Lasley, Charles Glenn, Jr., Draper; Loughlin, Charlie Castello, HI, Henderson; McAllister, Howard Grady, Maiden; Matthews, George David, Jr., Stoneville ; Mauney, Emily Elizabeth, Raleigh ; May, Gerald Franklin, Louisburg; Miller, Joseph Larry, Hickory; Neville, Walter Henry, Enfield; O ' Briant, Gordon Lee, Jr., San- ford; Patterson, Forrest Tribble, Burlington. Fourth Row: Finer, Horace Lee, Morehead; Purser, Miles Herbert, Ayden; Reuschling, Gordon Nelson, Jr., Fuquay Springs; Saunders, John Wesley, Raleigh; Shearin, Robert Hunter, W arrenton; Shoemaker, William Preston, Thomasville; Sitison, James Andrew, Jr., Mount Airy; Smithwick, Edward Lee, Jr., Morehead City; Spencer, David Milton, Cherryville; Starling, Mary Ruth, Raleigh. Fifth Row: Sutton, LuRuth, Raleigh; Wall. Jesse David, Jr., Greensboro; Weatherly, William John, III, Mount Olive; Welch, Maxie Bryant, Scotland Neck; Willard, Ivan Lawrence, Washington; Womble, Jimmy Craig, Nashville; Wood, Bobby Steve, Sanford; Zachary, James Neville, Cashiers. t mm mm lulluuiiig buutli Carolina ' s basketball defeat in February by the Tar Heels 75-62, Coach Frank McGuire was presented with a shiny new 1957 Cadillac by UNC faculty, students and alumni. February was a month of hard work and long rehearsal for the Carolina Playmakers in preparation for their outstand- ing production of " Brigadoon " March 1-3. 321 5SsJ ; i : : : IM J ' Mm : V ( t ' fc: ' - i T iT ' . ' .X " Carolina ' s ace middle distance runners, first row: Ben Williams, Gregory LeNeave; second row: Boyd, Newman, Bill Booth, Ronnie Austell; back row: Everett Whatley, John Sylvester and Howard Kahn. %ac Carolina ' s outdoor trackmen had their opening meet in the Florida Relays and managed to come home with one first place including a new record, a second place and a host of other honors. Ace dis- tance runner Jim Beatty broke the old two-mile rec- ord with a time of 9:19.8. UNC scored eight first places in winning meets from Clemson and N.C. State, 75-431 2 and 75- 40%, respectively. Maryland handed Carolina its first dual meet defeat since the 1954 season 86-1 6- 44-5 6. Beatty ran his fastest mile in 4:11.8. South Carolina ' s Gamecocks pulled the ACC upset of the year, defeating the Carolina track team 67-62. Sweeping thirteen first places, the Tar Heels won from the Wake Forest Deacons a 102-28 victory. In the Pennsylvania Relays Beatty crossed the finish line in 9:09 to set a new two-mile record. Caro- lina ' s track team took a convincing 82-49 win over the Virginia Cavaliers. In their final dual meet of the year the Tar Heels were defeated by Duke 71 -591 . Carolina was dethroned as ACC out- door track champions and had to settle for third behind Maryland and Duke. Consistent point winners during the season were Larry Maslow, shot-put; Bob Williams, javelin; Ronnie Austell, 440; Boyd Newnam, 880; Richard Waters, high and low hurdles; Everett Whatley, two-mile; Jim Varnum, dashes; Hilliard Greene and Ken Bryant, high jump; Yarborough, high jump, broad jump and pole vault; and Beatty, mile and two-mile. Coach Dale Ranson ' s Tar Heel track team came through in the 1956 season to win three and lose three of six dual meets, to take a third place in the Atlantic Coast Conference championships. Co-Cap- tains of the team were Boyd Newman and Charlie Yarborough; Yarborough and All-American Jim Beatty were the leading scorers of the squad. Pole vaulters Dick Waters and Charles Yarborough, sitting, relax with high jumpers Hilliard Green and Ken Bryant after a meet with Duke. Tar Heel distance runners, first row: Ben Williams and Jim Beatty; second row: Howard Kahn and Everette Whatley. Co-Captains Boyd Newnam and Charlie Yarborougii with Coaches Dale Ranson and Joe Hihon. Number one Maslow. Iidt-pulter Larry Roy Armstrong presents All-American citation to Jim Beatty for the second consecutive year. First Row: Frank Berhnhardt, Howard Kahn, Glenn Nanney, Everette Whatley, Jim Beatty, Charlie Yarborough, Boyd Newnam, Hilliard Greene, Ken Bryant, Dick Waters, Bill Duke, Ben Williams. Second Row: Coach Dale Ranson, Manager Giles Ring, John Sylvester, Bill McGee, Gregory LeNeave, Ronnie Austell, Bill Booth, Rand Bailey, Charlie Bolton, Jim Varnum, Don Mitchell, Clete Oakley, Bob Bryan, Marion Griffin, Assistant Coach Joe Hilton. Highlighting the Cosmopolitan Club ' s spring activities were an International Dinner in March and an International Open House in April. The Cosmopolitan Club provides an opportunity for exchanging many-faceted cultural ideas of the thirty-three countries represented this year at the University of North Carolina. The C. C. is com- posed of American students, townspeople and for- eign students. The meetings usually include an in- formal social tea and a program which represents the cultural aspects of one particular country and is performed by members of this nation — one per- sonal and direct way to promote understanding and fri endship all over the world. futccie lecicAen U ;4w Ucci FTA tnembers are, first row: Heath, Greene, Bennett, President; Jackson, Lyon; second row: Giles, Barlowe, Vice-President; Fowler, Church, S. B. Jones, Wadsworth, Robinson; third row: Buffaloe, Secretary; Fortune, J. Jones, Webster, Rexrode, Rountree, Atchison; fourth row: Kline, Norton, Treasurer; Savage; Sherrod, Revelle, AUigood, Peter, Waynick, Neisler, G. Turner, J. C. Turner, Oldham; fifth row: Reckendorf, Brooks, Wright, Colclough, Bass, Culpepper, Dockery, Underwood, Potter, Gobble, Henshaw. Future Teachers of America was established in 1937 as a project of the National Education Asso- ciation. The Frank Porter Graham Chapter is affili- ated with the state and national organizations and holds the number one charter for North Carolina. Seeking to orient into his profession the student preparing to teach, the association promotes social and informative growth while emphasizing high ideals and the qualities of dependable character and leadership. 326 Squads back to back — " Can the Ivy-Leaguers? " be luir easy-going STAFF OFFICERS First Row: LCDR. H. D. Culbreth, USN, Aviation and Senior Line Officer; Major L. C. Norton, USMC, Marine Officer; LCDR. Childress, USN, Gunnery Officer. Second Row: Lt. (j.g.) J. G. Abert, USN, First Lieutenant; Lt. H. R. Hum- phrey, USN, Supply Officer; Lt. B. F. Warner, USN, Engineering and Junior Line Officer. Captain Alex M. Patterson, USN Commanding Officer Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Units are established in fifty-three colleges and universities throughout the country for the purpose of providing qualified Regular and Reserve Officers to the Navy and Marine Corps. Students in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps, although required to take the same courses and participate in the same drill and other activities while at the University, fall into two categories: regular and contract. The regular program is a primary source of Reg- ular Career officers for the Navy and Marine Corps. These students are selected on a nation-wide, com- petitive basis. They receive tuition, books and fees as well as $600 per year retainer pay. They are required to participate in three summer training cruises while in the program, and to accept a regu- lar commission and serve on active duty for four years upon graduation. The contract program offers Naval Science train- ing to qualified students and a commission in the Naval Reserve, the Regular Marine Corps, or the Marine Corps Reserve upon graduation. Students enrolled in this program receive a small monthly allowance during their junior and senior years, but must pay their own tuition and other expenses. One summer training cruise between the junior and senior years is required of contract students. Upon graduation they are required to accept a commis- sion and remain on active duty for two years. The national colors pass in review. i| ii h IT ' i Commander Julwi II. Graves, LSN Executive Officer ' ' ' ' V« ' ' - The Battalion depends on the Drum and Bugle Corps for a steady cadence. in January UMC sent a detachment to the Presidential Inaugural Parade. " Mister, look sharp, feel sharp, and be sharp! " f, I BATTALION STAFF CPO L. R. Williams, Battalion CPO; Lt. C. G. Mackie, Bat- talion Communications Officer; CDR. D. E. Kentopp, Bat- talion Executive Officer; Captain G. B. Hall, Battalion Commander; LCDR. L. H. Hodges, Battalion Operations Officer; Lt. D. L. Ward, Battalion Supply Officer. The Drill Team presents a Queen Anne salute. EZ ■HiBHI 1 -atJir tfinv. ' WiMMi JjW ?i r ' . ' S ! I ' .« ' :. »B|fT ' t i%::rf.- Wc " 1 - _ J. I KT _ a • : P - v SOMM mr m i v P r -i? " — lo fi;:: ' ?.,:-3 1 ' »r. mm 1 % ■ y- m B SWJI ' J n B f Pi 4 J ■OH 1 - w ■■PHai . t l£ Precision for an hour and chaos in less than a minute. Sgt. T.anipr instructs the unit ' s sharp-shooters. ■ ' Gentlemen, be sure you get the word " — Petty Officers get briefed. Commissioning Services after four long years of training — The Big Day. .M -Uy tinueslh afleniM iii»lit. I even ' ki a Navy to lioly-i U ' ilt lioiir m coiiifiar ' - sometiiii soraethii coiinlif, Butt! " Lecture time — school no longer ends in June Summer Cruise ... in the summer these college warriors take to the sea for practical application of what they have been studying for the preceding nine months. Some go to London, some to Copenhagen, some to Panama, others to Paris and Cadiz; but they all spend six weeks or so tossing about on the Atlantic Ocean, learning how to control the fighting ships of our country ' s Navy. The midshipman ' s day begins at 0600 (that ' s six in the morning) and con- tinues through the day until 1600 (that ' s four in the afternoon), with watches to be stood throughout the night. During these eight working hours he does every kind of work there is to be done on board a Navy vessel — everything from conning the ship to holy-stoning its decks. Believe it or not, some- how it all can be very rewarding. Even though the hours may be long and the food sometimes fails to compare with mother ' s, you feel that you have done something worthwhile — that you have accomplished something that will better enable you to give your country a hand when the time comes. But the summer cruise is not all work — not by a Midshipmen man a 3 " 50 anti-aircraft gun mount. long shot! Unless, of course, you consider two weeks spent with complete freedom in the world ' s capitals work! Back at sea the days seem to go much faster after your stay ashore; and before you know it, you are back in the States, a world traveller. Such is the summer employment of NROTC midshipmen. ALL PICTURES ON THIS PACE OFFICIAL NAVY PHOTOS. n • • • ' ■■ k Wtl • ■. • Members of the Scabbard and Blade are, first row: Brown, Booth, Cowan, Bell; second row: Elmore, Hall, Stuntz, Ward, Howey, Bynum, Phillips; third row: Bowles, Kentopp, Moise, Eid- son, Murray, Pritchett, Latham; fourth row: Strickland, Bryant. B. R. Ratledge, Hodges, B. J. Ratledge, Connor. Scabbard and Blade The National Society of Scabbard and Blade is a nation-wide military honor society with chapters located in leading colleges and universities having ROTC programs. Membership is by election only and selection is based upon military leadership and academic merit, the members being outstanding ROTC officers. The purpose of the society is to maintain and develop the qualities inherent in good and efficient officers, to prepare these officers to take a more active part and exert a greater influence in the military affairs of our country, to unite in a closer relationship the military departments of American universities, and above all else to spread accurate and intelligent information concerning our nation ' s military requirements. Officers of the soci- ety are Darwin Bell, Captain; Hugh Cowan, 1st Lt.; Richard Booth, 2nd Lt.; and Gordon Bro wn, 1st Sgt. Darwin Bell, Captain 332 Sxccoitc( Bob Young, President Members of the President ' s Cabinet are, seated, John Brooks, Bob Hornik, Jean Crawford, Mary Allen McDonald, Jackie Aldridge, Larry Matthews, Charles Huntington; standing, Jim Hughes, Jim Holmes, Bill Tulloch and Kelly Maness. The Executive Branch of Student Government has concentrated on working out many campus prob- lems, the theme being " cooperation " — with faculty, administration and student groups. New automobile regulations were initiated and imposed by executive committees, and for the first time in history, freshmen were refused the privilege of having automobiles at school. Responsible stu- dent action began this move. Many improvements in the mechanics of Student Government were made under the influence and guidance of the Executive Branch. A " civil service " style of making appointments was begun, students being chosen for positions on a merit basis rat her than on a friendship or political basis. An Honor System Commission was set up to function during Orientation Week, members of this Commission being carefully selected and prepared to present our Honor System to all the new students. Other accomplishments were made possible with the cooperation of the faculty and administration. SI Goveni nileJt One Brandi situalic senice fund ■mm i iBM- Sonny Evans, Vice-President The cost of date tickets was reduced to half-price for students ' dates for home football games in the fall; a new class attendance regulation was adopted by the Faculty Council after consultation with several student leaders; telephones were placed on each floor of the men ' s dorms; and the Campus Chest and Hungarian Relief Fund drives proved successful, with more than $2,500 raised. Student Government was recognized by the " Committee to Select a New Chancellor, " a Student Jim Hughes, Secretary to the President 334 Sam Wells, Attorney General John Kerr, Treasurer Government committee which polled students, com- piled their opinions, and presented them to the committee. One of the major concerns of the Executive Branch was the improvement of the Student Union situation at UNC. Plans were laid to obtain the services of a professional director and to secure funds for a new, permanent building. " Coopera- tion " was the theme for a successful year. Jackie Aldridge, Secretary Student Government Committee Heads are, seated, Wilburn Davis, Traffic Advisory Commission; Jim Kinizey, Consoli- dated University Student Council; John Kerr, Student Entertainment Committee; Brandon Kincaid, Audit Board; Jackie Aldridge, Campus Chest; Andy Milnor, Elections Board; Larry Matthews, Student Government Traffic Com- mittee; Dave Davis, Consolidated University Student Council; Stan Shaw. National Student Association; standing, Darwin Bell, Victory Village Veterans Advisory Commission. itlie ipteil lidi iloD «jm wed the I 335 Sonny Evans, Speaker John Brooks, Speaker Pro Tempore Student ¥ Bill McLean delivers an address concerning the election law to the Student Legislature, which convenes every Thursday evening in the Phi assemblv hall. h rales nateii Hl( fee a studa Ik Presid ' arioi ttf UK ttepn Budge and 4 336 Sylvia Phillips, Clerk ki Legislature Sonny Hallford, Parliamentarian 1 H ' 1 1 J Pi H S =1 1 B A ■4 Fjj P : 4 jfl k HK jim im jf John Black, Sergeant-at-Arms i The Student Legislature, founded in 1938, con- tinues to be the supreme legislative branch of Stu- dent Government. With very few exceptions all rules that govern students of the University origi- nate in and are passed by the Student Legislature. Well over one hundred thousand dollars of student fees are appropriated to various organizations and student publications each year, and the control of hundreds of campus activities is vested in the legis- lators. The campus is divided into ten districts — five dormitory and three town districts for men, and one dormitory and one town district for women. The Legislature is presided over by the Vice- President of the Student Body who acts as speaker. Various standing committees are appointed from the membership of the Legislature to do much of the preliminary work involved. These include the Budget Committee, Ways and Means Committee and the Rules Committee. STUDENT GOVERNMENT TRAFFIC COMMITTEE Seated: Larry Matthews, Chairman; Barbara Moore, Clerk; Dave Parker; Marian Dickens; Jerry Oppen- heimer; standing: Bob Jacobus and Jim Rose. 337 f Pat McQueen, Chairman The Women ' s Honor Council, made of up three seniors, four juniors, one graduate student, and one student nurse, is the highest women ' s judiciary body. The Council has original jurisdiction in all cases involving violations of the Honor Code and the Campus Code by women students; it also tries cases concerning certain infractions of social rules, acts as an appellate court to House Council deci- sions, and attempts to correct the source of any individual maladjustment. The Council is designed to insure the fairest trial possible. Its authority is parallel to that of the Men ' s Council, excepting Campus Code violations. While upholding the principles of the Honor Code and the Campus Code, the Council also has an important role in the orientation of new women students into this aspect of campus life. This year an Honor Commission, operating under the Student Government, attempted to familiarize the new students with the mechanics and meaning of the Honor System at Carolina. Our Honor System is the insurance for maintain- ing a democratic atmosphere of mutual trust and understanding between the students and the faculty throughout the year. Its ultimate goal is the per- sonal growth and development of all students, hop- ing to impress each student with individual responsi- bility for the effectiveness of the Honor System. Women s Council Jackie Aldridge Martha Barber Margaret Hammond Pat McQueen Jean Peay Martha Richardson Nancy Shuford Sharon Wa rrington !l 338 Bob Borden Jefif Hare Jim Preston Joe Smith Harry Whitelock Dave Connor Bob Harrington George Ragsdale Ben Tison Mason Wilkins Jim Exum Ned Meekins Jim Sheets Fritz Van Winkle Jim Exum, Chairman The Men ' s Honor Council has original jurisdic- tion in all instances of violations of the Honor Code by male students. The Council has the authority to reprimand, place on probation, or suspend a student from the University for a violation of the Honor Code. The responsibilities of the Men ' s Honor Council also include orienting new students to the Honor System. The theme of this year ' s Council has been to promote the Honor System throughout the campus by means of talks with various organ- izations, dormitories, sororities, and fraternities, and articles in the Daily Tar Heel. The Council has tried to instill in the mind of every student the worth and benefits of the system and to make them espe- cially aware of the student responsibilities which the system demands. fN. 339 Student Council Luther Hodges Hodges, Jr., Chairman The Student Council is the supreme representa- tive of the judicial branch of Student Government. The academic year 1956-57 saw a new Student Council. This Council, as provided for by the new Student Constitution, has original jurisdiction in all cases involving violations of the Campus Code and all cases concerned with the constitutionality of any legislative or executive action. In addition, this court hears appeals from the Elections Board and such student courts as the Interdormitory Council Court and the Interfraternity Council Court. The Student Council is composed of one member from the Men ' s Honor Council, the Interfraternity Council Court, the Interdormitory Council Court, the Law School Court, the Dental School Court, and six male students elected from the student body at large. Three women students are appointed mem- bers of the Student Council, serving in cases in- volving constitutional procedure. In dealing with infractions of the Campus Code, the Student Council has endeavored to bring signifi- cant attention to the student ' s responsibility to con- duct himself as a gentleman. Furthermore, the Council throughout the year has continually empha- sized the corrective role as well as the punitive role of the judicial system. Members of the Student Council are, seated. Ginger Floyd, Ed PuUen, Jim Long, Dottie Wood, N. standing, Forbes Ramsey, Gordon Taylor, Chuck May, Jim Poole, Haywood Edmundson, Rick Coker. P. Hayes, Luther Hodges; i 340 State Student Legislature Officers of the delegation are Naiiiy Kotlischild, Seen lai ; Julin Brooks, House Floor Leader; Bob Harrington, Chairman; Jim Holmes, Vice-Chairman; Jim Montieth, Senate Floor Leader; and Tom Long, Treasurer. On November 15, 16, and 17, 1956, eighteen delegates and ten alternates representing the Uni- versity of North Carolina assembled in the Capitol Building in Raleigh for the annual State Student Legislature. This year ' s SSL brought together solons from twenty-three North Carolina schools to debate and pass mock legislation. The 1956 assem- bly passed such liberal measures as " A Repeal to the Pearsall Amendment " and " Intervention in Poland and Hungary, " both sponsored by UNC. Highlighting the 1956 session was an address by the Governor of North Carolina, Honorable Luther H. Hodges. Once again the University delegation proved its mastery in the political circle by winning the Best Bill Plaque, and by having Jim Monteith, senator delegate, receive the Best Debator award. Further recognition goes to Jim Holmes, House Parliamentarian, who guided the assembly in the path of just rule on many occasions. The Carolina delegation officers were: Bob Har- rington, Chairman; Jim Holmes, Vice-Chairman; John Brooks, Floorleader; Miss Nancy Rothschild, Clerk; Tom Long, Treasurer; and Joel Fleishman and Charlie Dean, Social Chairmen. Members of the Carolina delegation to the SSL met in the early fall to decide upon a bill to be introduced at the mock Student Legislature lielil at Ral( ' i};h in November. 341 CUSC members are John Kerr; Jackie Aldridge; Martha Barber; Jim Kimzey, Chairman; Sonny Hallford; and Sonny Evans. Consolidated University Student Council The Consolidated University Student Council is composed of fifteen student leaders from the three schools composing the Consolidated University of North Carolina: the Woman ' s College, State Col- lege and Carolina. The Council was set up to ful- fill the needs of consolidation on the student level. It strives to do this by sponsoring a Consolidated University Day at each school every year and by meeting and discussing problems common to the three schools. The leaders on the Council take these issues back to the administrations and student gov- ernments at each campus. National Student Association The National Student Association is an organiza- tion composed of over three hundred colleges and universities throughout the United States. NSA has contributed such things to the Carolina Campus as the present orientation system, student government organizational arrangements, and leadership train- ing. In return the University has provided two national presidents of the Association and numerous vice-presidents. This has been done over a period of ten years since the Association was formed in 1946. The Association grew out of a need for a body that could truly represent the opinions of all the students in this country. It was founded in opposi- tion to a Communist controlled group which was set up in Prague, Czechoslovakia, in 1945. Several students from the United States attended this meet- ing, one of them being James Wallace from Chapel Hill. When these representatives saw that the Inter- national Union of Students was turning into a Com- munist front, they pulled out and came back to start NSA. Since that time NSA has experienced a rapid growth. Some of the various programs of NSA are fall and spring Regional Assemblies, a Congress held annually in the summer, and a well developed program of projects for member schools of all types. There is also a Travel Bureau which plans economical trips abroad for the students of member schools. I NSA members are Bill Wible; Harriett Bobbitt; G. P. Myatt and Stan Shaw, Coordinator. One of the two political parties at UNC, the UP boasts some 200 members, meets every Tuesday evening in Graham Memorial. University Party Under the dynamic, intelligent leadership of Chairman Mike Weinman, the University Party this year doubled its membership. This responsible party nominated qualified, capable candidates who would work for the betterment of Student Govern- ment and proposed legislation and objectives that would benefit every section of the Carolina campus from the dorms and fraternities to Victory Village. The untiring efforts of Chairman Weinman and the loyal support of the entire party made this year one of the most successful in UP history. A sincere group worked toward the elimination of " petty politics " and the improvement of campus condi- tions. Serving with Chairman Weinman during the fall term were Al Goldsmith, Vice-Chairman; Har- riet Bobbitt, Secretary; and Jerry Jones, Treasurer. During the spring term. Butch Tomlinson served as Vice-Chairman and Dave Davis served as Treasurer. The University Party is the oldest student poli- tical group on the Carolina campus, having been founded in 1926 by a small number of students interested in increasing the effectiveness of student government. The UP became a campus-wide organ- ization in the early thirties and has functioned con- tinuously since that time. Representing student opinion is the goal of the party; therefore, the representation system is based upon the principle that each voting member must represent at least twenty-five students. This enables the UP to maintain close contact with the students at all times. Mike Weinman, Chairman 343 In the late evening on election day a tense crow gathers in Graham Memorial as final vote tabulations roll in. . . . Elections Student Government elections are held twice a year, usually in November and in March; this year, due to a new election law, spring elections fell upon the first Tuesday in April. Administering all laws governing elections as passed by the Legislature, the Elections Board con- ducts the regular campus elections and any special elections which may arise. Regarded as " the " election at UNC is that held in the spring, at which time are elected the Presi- dent, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer of the Student Body, as well as Sophomore and Senior Class officers. Head Cheerleader and editors of the campus publications. Appearing on the multi-col- At election time " Y ' " -Court is the Tar Heel politico ' s haven — the place where he can see and be seen, in person and on poster. ored ballots in the fall are candidates for Freshman and Junior Class offices. Half of the membership of the Student Legislature, and the Student, Men ' s and Women ' s Councils, is elected each fall and spring. This year for the first time ballot boxes were placed in every dormitory plus the usual four Town Men ' s and one Town Women ' s voting precincts. Polls open at eight o ' clock on election morning, remaining the campus centers of attraction until closing time at six o ' clock, when the scene shifts to Graham Memorial; here vote-counting takes place and organized confusion prevails. As the night creeps by and score after score is tabulated, the crowd which has gathered around the score- keeper ' s blackboard grows and grows, becomes ner- vous and tense as the decision which hard-working candidates have anticipated for weeks is finally made. Late in the evening the final count is made: with mixed emotions the crowd breaks up and indi- viduals head for their various campus abodes — the loser already looking with greater enthusiasm and expectations toward the next election, the happy victor vowing more fervently than ever to fulfill the trust and confidence placed in him by the vote of his fellow students. An interested crowd, an exchange of I.D. card and ballots, an " x " by the preferred name and a smile from the precinct attendant constitute the order of the UNC election day twice each year. School of Dentistry John C. Brauer Dean ' r: The faculty and the Dean of the School of Den- tistry again are proud to present the graduates of 1957 to the people of North Carolina and the country. Leadership of our past graduates has been evident everywhere in private practice, the Armed Forces, graduate study, teaching, and research. This is true of the graduates in dentistry, those who have elected to pursue a specialty, and the dental hygien- ists. The standards of admission remain high, and thereby the graduates are a select and well qualified group who can and will represent the University and the profession with the highest ideals and tradition. First row: Drs. K. F. Knudtzon, J. Q. Wenger, R. E. Sturdevant, W. W. Demeritt, R. E. Barton, C. E. Crandall, L. B. Higley, C. M. Sturdevant. Second row: Drs. M. W. Holland, W. D. Strickland, D. L. Clark, R. L. Lindahl, C. L. Sockwell, J. B. Sowter, T. B. Sluder, Jr., R. E. Richardson, and D. P. Dobson. GRADUATE STUDENTS IN ORTHODONTICS Marshall Corl, Edward Armstrong, Albert Miller, Benjamin Lewis, Leon LaSalle and Jack Girard. laliy ihand CI r.lr. Research fortunately is receiving greater atten- tion and direction in all areas of the School of Dentistry, and it is through this medium that a greater professional service will become available to people everywhere. The Dental Foundation of North Carolina is making such progress possible with its funds as well as funds from other sources. SPURGEON DENTAL SOCIETY OFFICERS Sidney Hood, President; Samuel Ausband, Vice- President; and Don Allen, Secretary-Treasurer. FOURTH YEAR OFFICERS John Bost, Treasurer; John Ashby, Vice-President; Robert Peck, President; and Floy Oldham, Secretary. Fourth Year First Row: Barringer, Martin De Berry, PSi omega, Mount Pleasant; Bennett, Jack, DELTA SIGMA DELTA, Dunn; Bost, John Dewey, PSi omega, Newton; Boyles, Robert Strickland, delta sicma delta. High Point. Second Row: Carpenter, Joseph Perry, phi gamma delta, psi omega, Hender- sonville; Chapman, William Randolph, kappa alpha, psi omega, Inman, S. C; Culbreth, Fay Hoyle. delta sigma delta, phi kappa SIGMA, Spindale; Davis, Edwin B., sigma chi, xi psi phi, Mor- gan ' .on. Third Row: Davis, Hal Avon, Jr.. High Point; Fowler, Harold Duke, Jr., psi omega, Statesville; Fox, Robert M., delta sigma delta, Burling- ton; Franklin, Andrew Jackson, xi psi phi, Goldsboro. Fourth Row: Gaines, Roy Eugene, phi kappa phi, sigma kappa nu, tau beta PI, Chapel Hilt; Gaskins, Robert Hogan, Jr., xi psi phi, Green- ville; Hamrick, Joseph Eugene, alpha kappa psi, alpha phi omega, p I omega. Chapel Hill ; Harned, Robert Joseph, psi omega, Greensboro. Fifth Row: Harris, Bernard Chandler, delta sigma delta, lambda chi alpha, Kinston; Heeden, William Mitchell, Jr., Psi omega, Goldsboro; Herring, Willard Isaiah, psi omega, Clinton; Hood, J. Sidney, xi PSI phi, Gastonia. Sixth Row: Houser, James Bickle, HI, XI psi phi, Gastonia; McKenzie, Owen Ray, psi omega, Elon College; McLeod, William H., xi psi phi, Monroe; Meadows, Kenneth H., delta sigma delta. Hot Springs. Seventh Row: Murray, Henry V., delta sigma delta, kappa alpha, Burlington; Odom, Bill Eugene, kappa alpha, xi psi phi, Gibson; Oldenburg, Theodore R., delta sigma delta. Signal Mountain, Tenn.; Old- ham, Floy Theodore, Jr., xi psi phi. Chapel Hill. Eighth Row: Peck, Robert Brantley, psi omega. Concord; Prugh, John L., phi beta kappa, XI PSI PHI, Charlotte; Rose, Junius H., Jr., xi psi phi, Greenville; Rowe, O.D., xi psi phi, Nebo. Ninth Row: Sabiston, Charles Barker, Jr., psi omega, ake Forest; Shaw, Arnold Campbell, Jr., xi psi phi, Asheville; Sherman, Clarendon Foy, Chapel Hill; Sherrill, Claude A., Jr., PSi omega, Spartan- burg, S. C. Tenth Row: Spurlin, Max Lewis, delta sigma delta, Tryon; Taylor, Gordon Cox, delta sigma delta, sigma nu, Richlands; Taylor, Kenneth, Magnolia; Watson, Robert Hugh, CHi Psi, psi omega. Garland; Williams, James Lowell, xi psi phi, Bynum. Third Year oEm First Row: Archer, John M., Ill, delta sicma delta, sigma chi, Franklin; Ausband, Samuel P., XI psi PHI, Winston-Salem; Bratton, Lewis Palmer, kappa alpha, xi psi phi, Chapel Hill. Second Row: Browning, Henry D., delta sicma delta, Wilson; Chandler, Fred M., delta .SIGMA DELTA, Semora; Current, William Ange, delta sicma delta, kappa SIGMA, Gastonia. Third Row: Fisher, Julian Horace, Rocky Mount; Hartsell, Harold MacPearson, Travelers Rest, S. C; Jernigan, Jerry O ' Dell, Dunn. Fourth Row: Jewell, Edwin Smith, delta sicma delta, Wilmington; Johnston, Bennie Mc- Bane, delta sigma delta, Graham; Keith, H. Leonidas, Wilmington. Fifth Row: Lee, John Gambrell, psi omega, Greensboro; Lehmann, James Hugh, delta SIGMA PHI, PHI ETA SIGMA, Psi OMEGA, Elnoro, N. Y.; Loke, Wye Toh, Kuala Lumpur, Malaya. Sixth Row: McFall, Walter T hompson, kappa sigma, psi omega. Chapel Hill; Martin, Benny Worth, Lawsonville ; Noblitt, Perry Milton, xi psi phi. Chapel Hill. Seventh Row: O ' Berry, Walter Samuel, PSi omega, Chapel Hill; Reap, Charles Augustus, psi OMEGA, Albemarle; Reitzel, Larston Lee, xi PSi phi, Stalesville. Eighth Row: Reynolds, John Archibard Seabrook, xi psi, phi, Charlotte; Schnell, Frederick Stephens, kappa alpha, psi omega, Gainesville, Fla.; Smith, Vonnie Bryan, psi OMEGA, Lumberton. Ninth Row: Smith, Willis W., delta sigma delta, phi beta kappa, Houston, Texas; Snyder, Kenneth Ray, Chapel Hill; Twisdale, Harold Winfred, delta sigma delta, lambda chi alpha, Halifax. Tenth Row: White, William McKinley, xi PSi phi, Pittsboro; Wood, Matt Thomas, delta SIGMA delta, pi kappa ALPHA, Enfield; Young, Douglas Maurice, chi psi, psi omega, Winston-Salem. Second Year First Row: Allen, Don Lee, psi omega, Burlington; Attayek, Eli John, psi OMEGA, Greensboro; Beam, David R., XI psi phi, Shelby; Bird, Charles Wells, Cullowhee. Second Row: Breland, Arthur Breece, Murphy; Brown, Oscar H., psi omega, Winterville; Butler, James Roger, delta upsilon, psi omega. Homestead, Fla. ; Cashion, Leonard Robert, Chapel Hill. Third Row: Clark, George Earl, xi Psi phi, Raleigh; Diggs, Robert McDonald, Charlotte; Garrison, Nat Williams, psi omega, Burlington; Grant- ham, Norman Bridgers, Jr., alpha tau omega, delta sicma delta, Smithfield. Fourth Row: Hamrick, Timmons Hicks, Jr., psi omega, Chapel Hill; Hawkins, Charles Bruce, Bath; Hook, Brevitt, Capon Bridge, W. Va.; Huff, Thomas Jackson, xi psi phi, Asheville. Fifth Row: Irvin, Emory Wayne, Winston-Salem; Leary, Thomas Edison, xi PSI phi, Ahoskie: LeGwin, James Dewitt, Jr., phi kappa Sigma, XI PSI phi, Wilmington; Lynch. William Grant, xi psi phi, Winston- Salem. Sixth Row: McBrayer, Gerald Fulenwider, Jr., delta sigma delta, kappa ALPHA, Reidsville; McCaffity, Darwin William, Edward; MacKay, Noel C, XI PSI PHI, Charlotte; Martin, John Wayne, psi omega, Washington. Seventh Row: Mauldin. Joel Lee, psi omega, Albemarle; Miller, Fred Cecil, xi PSI phi, Boone; Mitchell, Patricia Smathers, Chapel Hill; Morgan, William Kenneth, Fairmont. Eighth Row: Nifong, Paul Douglas, xi psi phi, Winston-Salem; Proffit. William Robert, PHI beta kappa, psi omega, Buie ' s Creek; Quails, Dixon Lee, beta theta pi, psi omega, Boone; Rhodes, Donald Gilbert, PSI omega, Windsor. Ninth Row: Roberson, Robert Wilson, psi omega, Buie ' s Creek; Rogers, Julian Richard, psi omega, Wilmington; Shaffer, Jack Boone, phi delta theta. Chapel Hill; Sneed, Thomas Q., Jr., theta chi, Oxford. Tenth Row: Stallings, June H.. Jr., delta sigma delta, kappa alpha, Oxford; Stallings, Riley Sherman, Jr., psi omega, Durham; Trueblood. Samuel Neal, psi omega, Vanceboro; Warren, Donald W., pi lambda phi. Chapel Hill. Eleventh Row: Webster, William Phillip, xi psi phi. Chapel Hill; Whilson, Ron- ald Wayne, Chapel Hill; Wiess, Richard Thomas, Philadelphia, Pa.; Williford, John W., xi psi phi, Graham. h« imij im I Mtm First Year First Row: Bentley, Keith Lambeth, Moravian Falls; Blackman, Wilbert Worth, Smithfield; Bumgardner, Amos S., Jr., phi kappa sicma, Charlotte; Deibler, Eugene Carl, Chapel Hill. Second Row: Farmer, Robert Lee, Greensboro; Freshwater, David Hales, More- head City; Gregory, Charles R., Durham; Harris, Edward Flynn, PI KAPPA ALPHA, Charlotte. Third Row: Heinsohn, Frank, Charleston, S. C; Hesmer, Theodore Casper, Jr., Chapel Hill; Hines, Richard Norfleet, Jr., zeta psi, Edenton; Holmes, Robert W., beta theta pi, Lexington. Fourth Row: Holt, Townsend Van, kappa sicma, Decatur, Ga.; Hoover, Charles Wayne, Winston-Salem; Howdy, Frederick Howard, Washington; Irvin, John Lafayette, Greensboro. Fifth Row: Krogh, Paul Harold Jennison, beta theta pi, Washington, D. C; Landau, Lad, pi lambda phi, Greensboro; McKee, Raymond An- drew, Mooresville; Mason, Marion White, Greensboro. Sixth Row: Maultsby, Wilham DeVane, lambda chi alpha. Chapel Hill; Miketa, Andrew John, phi kappa sicma, Durham; Morris, Tom A., Sylva; Moser, Galen Gartner, Burlington. Seventh Row: Oakley, Kenneth Holmes, Jr., kappa sicma, Raleigh; Ray, Alex- ander Graham, High Point; Roberson, Joe Baxter, Candler; San- ders, Phil Snead, Four Oaks. Eighth Row: Schlapkohl, Charles Joseph, Jr., alpha phi omeca, Norfolk, Va.; Shaw, Ray Elsworth, Jr., Chapel Hill; Sherrill, Luby T., Jr., Con- cord; Shoulars, H. Wilson, Jr., alpha tau omega. Rich Square. Ninth Row: Surles, Charlie William, Jr., Dunn; Tally, William Parham, Chapel Hill; Thompson, Sanford Webb, 111, Morehead City; Watson, Robert Malcourt, Jr., Spartanburg, S. C. Tenth Row: White. Eli E., Arlington, Va.; White, Walter Alston, Manson; Whitehead, John Wesley, Jr., alpha tau omeca, Raleigh; Wilson, William Danford, alpha tau omega, Gastonia; Woodard, Warden Lewis, Jr., Beaufort. Second Year First Row: Angstadt, Sheila Rae, Charlotte; Carpenter, Bennia Jo, Thomasville; Cleveland, Linda Lee, CHi omega, Jacksonville, Fla.; Darnell, Jane Lee, Durham; Holbrook, Isabel Andrews, Kannapolis; Johnson, Janet Claire, CHi omega, Orlando, Fla.: Liner, North Carol, KAPPA DELTA, HHIsborO. Second Row: McArthur, Sylvia Ezell, Spartanburg, S. C; McClure, Estelle, Belmont; McGinnis, Betty Ann, Monroe; Mitchell, Ann Eliza- beth, Charlotte; Papazisis, Angeline, Jacksonville, Fla.; Pierce, Jane A., Jacksonville, Fla.; Wallace, Sandra Gwen, Hendersonville- ApiiM ikOiii lopii k DENTAL HYGIENE First Year First Row: Blanton, Barbara DeLola. Shelby: Brank, Bobbie Deane, Charlotte; Brock, Jane Harrison, Atlanta, Ga.; Brown, Margaret Jane, Charlotte; Brown, Ther- esa Ann, Jamesville. Second Row: Edsall, Katharine Vaughan, Vero Beach, Fla.; Ellis, Ann Marie, Shelby; Felts. Mary Pearl, Statesville; Frazier, Gen- eva Lee, Virginia Beach, Va.; Howell, Elizabeth, Atlanta, Ga. Third Row: McClintock, Falba JoAnn, Climax; Placak, Carolyn Ford, pi beta phi, Tryon; Preece, Loretta Kay, Bristol, Va.; Shaw, Mary Elizabeth, Chapel Hill. Housing the undergraduate and graduate programs in Dent istry as well as the training facilities for Dental Hygiene, the new building of the School of Dentistry, completed in 1952, is an integral part of the total physical and educational structure of the Division of Health Affairs. A panoramic view of the Division of Health Affairs shows the School of Dentistry, right foreground; the School of Medicine, center fore- ground; the Infirmary, jutting out from the Hospital Clinic behind the Medical School; the North Carolina Memorial Hospital, adjoining the Clinic; the School of Nursing, adjoining the Hospital top left; the Department of Psychiatry, top center; and the Gravely Sanatorium, top right. 353 % i g mm ml 3 «. wB ii -1? BH £ 1 £. ' " V.. _- ft w Vik ' 1 ' ' , ' ■--, V ilfcf- W « - %_ mi -• - rv!. ' r W ' Aj _. V- 4 : i Flag ' s up, hat ' s off! — Raleigh is in safe hands as Kappa Alpha Confederates take over for the weekend. Kappa Alpha KA ' s and their dates talk over final arrangements for the occasion toward which they have been looking and plan- ning all year. Every year in the late spring the K.A. ' s have their famous Old South Ball in Raleigh. With the chapters from Duke, N.C. State, Wake Forest, and Carolina participating, the KA ' s simply take over the capital city for one whole week-end. Saturday luncheon is served at the beautiful and picturesque Carolina Country Club. After the luncheon, a long parade is conducted down the main streets of Raleigh. The girls truly look like the belles of the Old South in their billowy hoop skirts and wide sun bonnets. The bearded K.A. ' s are garbed as young southern gentlemen or confederate soldiers. That night a big dance is held in the Sir Walter Raleigh Hotel ballroom, the " Southerners " being featured as the orchestra. After night-long parties the KA ' s and their dates wearily return to school from another memorable and wonderful Old South Ball. Ralph Usina, Chuck Flack, Lee Lyon, George Mitchell and Ray Newsome display the pains of two month ' s growth, by which all KA ' s arc annuallv distiiiiiuislicd at Old South lime. Coach Walter Rabb While starting the season with a hitting slump to lose four of their first six games by a one-run mar- gin, the Tar Heel baseball team won 13 out of their last 18 games to end the season with 14 wins, 10 losses and one tie. The Carolina squad finished third in the Atlantic Coast Conference and won the Consolation Championship in the Dixie Baseball Classic. Coach Walt Rabb ' s sophomore-studded 1956 var- sity baseball squad, which had only two seniors, will definitely constitute a threat for the 1957 con- ference crown. Bill Joe Johnson had a record of 3-1, while Raugh ended with a 6-4 record and 2.71 earned run average. Don Saine and Les Gilliland gave the Tar Heels further strength on the mound. The hitting department was led by Ivalee Hill with a high .358 average followed by Joe Shook with Captain Jack Woods stretches to make a put-out on a Duke runner in the semi-finals of the Dixie Baseball Classic. After handling a hot grounder, shortstop Don Lewis makes the throw to first base. .348, Captain Jack Woods with .311 and Jack Mitchell with .300. The infield consisted of Ivalee Hill on third, Don Lewis at shortstop. Chuck Hart- man and Carson Oldham at second, and Jack Woods at first. The outfield positions were held down by Joe Shook, Jack Mitchell and Delon Lambert. In the Dixie Classic opening round Michigan took advantage of some timely hitting to defeat Carolina 4-2; Jim Raugh gave up only seven hits in losing. Carolina beat Duke on a three-run homer by Hill and a fine pitching performance by right- hander Johnson. Raugh returned to pitch the Tar Heels to the Consolation Championship over Lov- ola 12-8. The 1956 season brought to a close the 27-year career of Coach " Big Steam " Hearn. i torf.Ji Looking forward to Tar Heel prospects in the Dixie Baseball Classic were Joe Temple, Guy Moore, Jack Mitchell, Delon Lambert, Joe Shook and Dick Hudson. First Row: Buddy Strause, Gene McCracken, Tommy Cooper, Don Hill, Carson Oldham, Ivalee Hill, Joe Shook, Manager Bill Aldridge. Second Roiv: Jack Woods, Don Lewis, Don Saine, Chuck Hartman. Joe Temple. Third Row: Jerry Bryson, Jim Love, Russell Perry, Guy Moore, Jim Raugh, Jack Mitchell, Delon Lambert, Roger Honeycutt, Billy Joe Johnson, Jack Stallings, Coach Bunn Hearn and Coach Walter Rabb. Second basemen Chuck Hartman and Carson Oldham. First baseman Jack Woods throws to Jim Raugh who puts out State ' s Dick Hunter. Jim Love, Jerry Bryson and Gene McCracken prepare for game with Wake Forest. Ivalee Hill, who led Tar Heels in batting with a .358 average, slugs out a single. ' TftoH an UK t Officers are, seated. Bob Young, Vice-President; Ed Sutton, Secretary; Buddy Payne, Social Chairman; standing, John Bilich, President, and Ken Bryant, Treasurer. The Monogram Club is an honorary organization for the athletes on the Carolina campus who have attained enough promise in their individual sport or sports to merit their earning a varsity letter. Once an athlete has won at least one letter, he has the privilege of becoming an active member of the Monogram Club. These are the boys who have fought for Carolina ' s glory until the last sound of the whistle. All have worked hard — no one earns a letter without some extra effort and work on his part. Monogram Club members are, first row: Beatty, Reid, Brennan, Rosenbluth, Johnson, Toland, Forrest, Daughtry, McMullen, Lear, Sasser, Bryant; second tow: Johnston, Boyette, Lewis, Pyatte, Williams, Mahaffy, Thornton, Wagner, Parker, Mclnnis, Griffin; third row: Stokes, Smith, Oldham, Hoke, Searcy, Oakley, Atwater, Cunningham, Rose, Krepp, Sutton, Zickgraf, Roth, Young, Greene, Bilich, Jones, Payne and Gaca. Cl d Caiiiiiiiaii- lui ,»ueen of the Blue- White footliall naiut- •iullin willi llirii Moiiufiidin .iulj cmoiI? al lie- the Club sponsors. annual piiii r ' lll vvliuli The function of the Monogram Club itself is to improve and advance athletics at Carolina, to better interschool relations, to serve its campus in various activities, and to serve as a media whereby the ath- letes of all sports can meet and become better ac- quainted with each other. The Monogram Club has various social functions throughout the year with the highlight being the annual beach weekend in the late spring. Each year the club sponsors the Blue- White football game. The proceeds of this project are used as a scholarship for a minor sport athlete. It has been the club ' s aim during the year to en- courage more active participation in the organiza- tion. Realizing the tremendous influence the athlete and athletics have in today ' s colleges and universi- ties, the club hopes to exert a powerful influence in attaining its objectives. The Circus Room of the Monogram Club, featuring the Boettcher wood-carved relief of a William Meade Prince sketch, is one of UNC ' s most popular on-campus refreshment centers. 361 Sifmci (} et As Sonny Forbes barks, " Got to sell this candy before we bring on the girls, " Larry Harris is left holding the box. Pi Phi " flappers " perform an unbeatable " Black Bottom " in the Derby ' s sorority skit competition. The Sigma Chi Derby has been for the past twelve years one of the most popular and best attended events sponsored by a single fraternity at UNC. The 1956 Derby was one of the most successful. The participants in the Derby are the six campus sororities and a group representing the nursing students. Each group competes in various events which are set up, so far as possible, like a horse race. Some of the events that are annually looked for- ward to are: the Choosing of Miss Modern Venus, the Race to the Flesh, Hit the Geek, and the Secret Event. The students always derive a great deal of pleasure from the Derby. Both the participating girls and Sigma Chi put a lot of work into this contest; however, the fraternity feels that it is fully repaid through the enjoyment which the Derby affords the student body. t In the " Hit the Geek " contest, it ' s hard to tell just what the target is. Shirley Carpenter displays assets which won her the title " Miss Modern Venus. " ipresi IVTui Number one man Jimmy Sykes chips up on the green. Atlantic Coast Conference Champion Buzzy Basinger drives on the third hole at Finley Golf Course. Winning seven of eight matches and copping the Atlantic Coast Conference Championship, Tar Heel golfers had one of their greatest seasons in 1956. Impressive victories were won from non-conference Coach Chuck Erickson foes Michigan State, Cornell and Michigan, while the only loss came at the hands of a strong Rollins team. Maryland, Clemson, Wake Forest and Duke, all conference foes, also fell to the Tar Heels. A top performer on the UNC squad, Buzzy Basinger fired a record-breaking 139 to win the ACC championship. Gene Lookabill, another top linksman, reached the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament. Other outstanding members of the 1956 team were number one man Jimmy Sykes, Joe Correll, Don McMillan, Walter Summerville, Aubrey Rothrock and Willis Henderson. The Tar Heel Golf Team relaxes after winning the ACC Golf Tournament in Winston-Salem: Walter Summerville, Aubrey Rothrock, Jimmy Sykes, Coach Chuck Erickson, Buzzy Basinger, Joe Correll and Gene Lookabill. :. -.. In April the Valkyries Sing was again held in conjunction with annual Golden Fleece tapping ceremonies in Memorial Hall. Chi Psi President Nick Fisher congratulates the fraternity ' s winning contestant in the Miss Chapel Hill competition. Miss Libby McDowell, who was also the fraternity ' s choice for Maid of Chi Psi. Graham Memorial sponsored its first Jazz Festival in April. i Spring Germans featured Duke Ellington in a Saturday afternoon concert in Kenan Stadium. That good old spring spectator sport — sometime later referred to as ' " baseball a la burned-back. " 4 ' fl II iTttd oKonancc OFFICERS BARBARA 0. BENNETT, President MARY ANN KEETER, Secretary JOY FRANCES EARP, Vice-President MARTHA A. RICHARDSON, Treasurer PAT McQueen, Alumnae Secretary MEMBERS Fall, 1956 Spring, 1956 Shirley Lee Guenthner HONORARIES Pat Dixon Jackie Goodman Jeanine Thompson Fall, 1956 Spring, 1956 Martha Decker Mrs. Arthur Fink Eleanor Riggins SSdenfl S Thomas Claiborne Creasy, Jr Jason Lewis Manning Muntzing Hyparchos Richard Beverly Raney Webb Gramniateus Charles Hill Yarborough, Jr. Chrystopher MEMBERS 1956-1957 453 Allard Kenneth Lowenstein 467 William Ernest Mackie 470 Roy Clifton Moose 504 William Thomas Wolf 514 James Louis DeLay Lamm 526 Thomas Rezzuto 545 Thomas Claiborne Creasy, Jr. 563 Charles Hill Yarborough, Jr. 566 Joel Lawrence Fleishman 567 Jerome Joseph Vayda 568 William Edgar Graham, Jr. 569 Robert Terry Young 570 Guyte M. Gotten 571 Norwood Eason Bryan, Jr. 572 James Gooden Exum 573 Ramanathan Gnanadesikan 574 Thomas Willis Lambeth 575 Henry Hursell Dearman 576 James Reginald Turner 577 Samuel Fogle Wells, Jr. 578 William Ray Long 579 Fred Arlius Powledge 580 Perry Burt Veazey 581 Louis Kraar 582 Charles Jackson Katzenstein ■■ i K. 6 70 90 102 109 111 119 121 141 149 176 186 202 209 220 274 299 318 403 424 425 428 429 432 437 445 459 468 473 500 583 Charles Phillips Russell Claude Edward Teague Edgar Ralph Rankin Robert Burton House Herman Glenn Baity Ernest Lloyd Mackie Albert McKinley Coates Joseph Burton Linker Corydon Perry Spruill Frederick Carlysle Sheppard Earle Horace Hartsell Joseph Maryon Saunders Richard Beverly Raney Edgar Alexander Cameron Walter Smith Spearman, Jr. John Tettener O ' Neil Frederick Henry Weaver George Alexander Heard Edwin S. Lanier Hugh Talmadge Lefler Harry Kitsun Russell James Clarence Wallace Raymond Lewis Jefferies William West Taylor Frank William Hanft William Clyde Friday Samuel Haye Magill Walter Reece Berryhill Roy Walter Holsten Henry Parker Brandis, Jr. Preston Herschel Epps -y ' -.j -: ' tlTfje 0xhtx of tje 0lh Hell OFFICERS Mebane Moore Pritchett President Luther Hartwell Hodges, Jr Vice-President Mary Ann Keeter Secretary-Treasurer Ernest Lloyd Mackie Recorder E X E CL i I E CO MM I T T E E The officers and James Edwin Martin, Jr. Trudy Deems Lefler James Gooden Exum, Jr. Alternates: Adolph Robert Hornik, Jr. Marion Wilson Griffin Stanley Sergeant Shaw, II 1 William D onald Carmichael, III 2 William Robert Coulter 3 Jesse Henry Dedmond 4 Peter Harry Gerns 5 Samuel Hirsch CHARTER MEMBERS 6 Charles Louis Johnston, Jr. 7 Allard Kenneth Lowenstein 8 William Ernest Mackie 9 Basil Lamar Sherrill 10 Donald Gray Shropshire 11 Leonard Adloph Szafaryn 12 Dr. Samuel Thomas Emory 13 Dr. Ernest Lloyd Mackie 14 Dr. William Smith Wells 518 Donna Lee Ashcraft 519 Edwin Browning Bordon, Jr. 520 Michael Lynn Boyatt 521 Nan Wilma Brown 522 Jacqueline Gary Caperton 523 Leonard Stanley Clein 524 Mary Jane Cocke 525 Ann Bowlus Cooper 526 Guyte McCord Cotton 527 John Russell Curtis 528 Ruth Ann Dalton 529 Zane Emerson Eargle 530 James Gooden Exum, Jr. 531 Anne Mackie Fitzgibbon 532 Sara Alice Folger 533 Marion Wilson Griffin 534 Donald James Hall 535 Gordon Bradford Hall, Jr. 536 Cyrus Robert Harrington, Jr. 537 James B. Harrison 538 James McDaniel Heldman, Jr. INITIATES OF APRIL 30, 1956 539 Luther Hartwell Hodges, Jr. 540 Naomi Shirley Hollis 541 Adolph Robert Hornik, Jr. 542 Sara Alice Jackson 543 Mary Ann Keeter 544 Van Hill King, III 545 Thomas Willis Lambeth 546 Trudy Deems Lefler 547 Mildred Patricia McBane 548 James Lawrence McElroy, Jr. 549 James Edwin Martin, Jr. 550 Robert E. Mason, Jr. 551 Lutz Leo Mayer 552 John Grimes Medlin, Jr. 553 Donald Joseph Miller 554 James Derel Monteith 555 William Watson Morgan, Jr. 556 Stephen Andrew Moss 557 Barbara Joan Palmer 558 Robert B. Patteson, Jr. 559 Anne Garrett Penn 560 Roland Powell Perdue 561 Claude Edwin Pope 562 William Wendell Porterfield 563 Mebane Moore Pritchett 564 Bobby Lewis Pugh 565 Joan Wells Purser 566 Susan Northcross Quinn 567 Vade G. Rhoades 568 Susie Ella Roberts 569 Edna Frances Rogers 570 William Edward Self 571 Stanley Sergeant Shaw, II 572 Raymond Fletcher Snipes 573 Edward Wike Sutton 574 Jerome Joseph Vayda 575 Anne Webster Wrenn 576 Samuel Fogle Wells, Jr. 577 Herbert Stephenson Wentz 578 Frank Ogburn Yates, Jr. 579 Edwin Milton Yoder 580 Robert Terry Young 581 Annie Lynne Zimmerman 369 Phi Beta Kappa Initiates EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE James Gooden Exum, Jr. President Clayton Williams Davidson ) Co-Vice-Presidents Joanna Hill Scroggs ) William Sartor McLean Recording Secretary Dr. Ernest Lloyd Mackie Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer Chancellor R. B. House Dr. A. C. Howell Dean C. P. Spruill MEMBERS INITIATED MAY 15, 1956 Juniors Robert Leslie Baucom Ralph Luther Bentley Wilbert Worth Blackman John Gray Blount Robert Martin Boerner Eugene Wilson Brown, Jr. Norman Allison Chamberlain Clayton Williams Davidson Zane Emerson Eargle James Gooden Exum, Jr. Louis Joseph Fisher, III Gardner Patrick Henry Foley, Jr. James Burney Graves, Jr. Carolyn Elise Greene Marion Wilson Griffin Donald James Hall Stephen Chalaron Hardy Falls Lewis Harris Richard Norfleet Hines, Jr. Luther Hartwell Hodges, Jr. Adolph Robert Hornik, Jr. William Sartor McLean William Mason Mebane, Jr. William Norwood Michal, Jr. James Derel Monteith Josiah Stockton Murray, HI Edward Davies Pardington, Jr. William Snyder Pate Founded at the College of William and Mary Alpha Chapter of North Carolina Juniors William Wendell Porterfield Kenneth Alton Powell Mebane Moore Pritchett Frank Lodwick Schrimsher Leslie Andrew Scott Joanna Hill Scroggs John Mitchell Sewell, Jr. Richard Wayne Shermer William Ferrell Shuford, Jr. Paul Edmund (cont ' d) Robert Van Sisk Jesse Garnet Spencer, Jr. Donald Steine Joseph Gaither Walser, III David Livingstone Ward, III Harold Lee Waters Samuel Fogle Wells, Jr. John Jennings White, Jr. James Fairchild Wilkins Willingham, Jr. Seniors Erolyn Jenkins Blount Jacqueline Gary Gaperton Howard William Ghildress Ann Bowlus Gooper Joseph Marvin Grews Mary McGuire Fite Elizabeth York Floyd Betsy Blanche Fowler Elsie Jacqueline Goodman Nancy Allen Guthery James McDaniel Heldman, Naomi Shirley Hollis Ann Thorne Johnston Virginia Grey Johnston Karl Frederick Knight Lucy Lou Luffman Paul Eugene Marshall Ji Mildred Patricia McBane Joseph Andrew McGlure, Jr. Richard Wylly Molten AUene Grier Nash Anne Garrett Penn Joan Wells Purser Susan Northcross Quinn Lydia Lawrence Ratcliff Susie Ella Roberts Edna Frances Rogers Betty Jo Rorie Gharles Sanders Daniel Shiver Silvia, Jr. Nancy Shagan Smith Mary Jane Turkett Samuel Guy Turnipseed Mary Jane Warwick December 5, 1776 I Phi Eta Sigma William Olin Adcock, Jr. Rudolf Albert John McFarland Earnhardt Peter Julius Beenen Neil Carmichael Bender Leonidas Judd Belts Stanley Leroy Brennan Robert Locke Browning, Jr. Clay Franklin Church, Jr. Robert Ballard Conrad Wilson Reid Cooper, Jr. Robert Jenkins Cowan Dave McAllister Davis John Frederick DeVogt John Taylor Doggett Edward Bynum Fowlkes, II HONORARY MEMBERS Dean Corydon P. Spruill Dean Cecil Johnson Dean M. A. Hill, Jr. Dean Ernest L. Mackie Members Initiated March 26, 1956 OFFICERS Herman Allen Goodwin, Jr. Robert Jenkins Cowan Harvey Peck Dave McAlister Davis Ted Rogers Loren Armstrong Johnson John William Fox Ned Donald Gilliam Jimmy Louis Glass Herman Allen Godwin, Jr. Byron Walter Grandjean Robert McDonald Gray, III Donald Lee Hardison William Ardley Hart Paul Donald Herring Roger Lane Hester, Jr. Gary Melvin Hipps Burton Allen Horwitz Frederick Howard Howdy Victor Graham Jamison Dan Rommie Johnson Jacob Daniel Kimel, Jr. Alvin Larkman Kirkman Moses Lawrence Kouri, Jr. Robert Walker Lee Wade Hampton Lefler, Jr. Lawrence Luther Lohr, Jr. Charles Hoggard Maddrey Herman Albert Margolis David Kenneth McColl, II Donald Wofford Millen John Richard Newton Charles Rex O ' Briant Harvey Peck Arthur Ray Price Alan Laverne Pultz James Harris Purks, III President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Historian Tom Slade Rand Charles Edward Rawson Ted Rogers John Edward Rogerson John Avery Rollins Elliott Murnick Schwartz Harry White Scott Samuel Edwin Scott Lawrence Arthur Taylor, Jr. Lee Josel Tenenhaum David Ricker Tino Albert Marvin Waitman Lester Eugene Waters Lucius Pender Wheeler, Jr. Eugene Thomas Whitehead, III John Hubert Winkler, Jr. Sign nityol was (St 372 Amphoterothen Society John Black Laurence Matthews Sonny Evans Jim Monteith Jim Exum David Mundy Bob Harrington T Stan Shaw Jim Holmes Jim Tolbert Tom Lambeth Bob Young Mike Weinman Sigma Gamma Epsilon itnl hi mr FIRST row: Hills, Corresponding Secretary; Fleming, President; Dawson, Vice-President; Wheeler; Batten, Secretary-Treasurer, sec- ond row: Sullivan; Eckofi; Mat- tison. Program Chairman; Lov- ingood; Ballard; Johnson. Sigma Gamma Epsilon is a national honorary frater- nity of men of the Earth Sciences. Alpha Alpha Chapter was established at the University of North Carolina, April 3, 1931. The object of the fraternity is the advancement of students of the Earth Sciences. It also seeks to enhance student-faculty relations and to provide speakers and pro- grams of interest for its members and others interested in the Earth Sciences. 373 o «5 5 Brown Creighton Davis El-Ramey Ginn Miller Pitsi .Wl Com iDge seni ciple O ' Briant Rand Shermer Shufford Sutton Tayloe OFFICERS President Ferrell Shuford Vice-President Ed Sutton Secretary Dick Shermer Treasurer Bob Creighton Historian Fred Ginn Alpha Epsilon Delta is a national honor society for pre-medical and pre-dental students. It was founded at the University of Alabama, April 28, 1926. There are over 13,200 members in 64 active chapters at schools throughout the United States. The North Carolina Beta Chapter was founded at the University of North Carolina on March 27, 1936. The object of the Society is to encourage excellence in pre-medical and pre-dental scholar- ship, to stimulate an appreciation of the importance of pre-medical education in the study of medicine, to promote cooperation and contacts between medi- cal students and educators in developing an ade- quate program of pre-medical education, and to bind together similarly interested students. 374 Alpha Phi Omega OFFICERS President John Molter 1st Vice-President Jim Chamblee 2nd Vice-President Bill Jones Recording Secretary Ted Jones Corresponding Secretary John Bridger Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity. It is composed of college men with previous scout- ing experience, who have an earnest desire to render service to others. It was founded upon the prin- ciples of leadership, friendship and service, and is dedicated to serving the student body, faculty, and the administration through worthwhile service projects. From a single chapter at Lafayette Col- lege back in 1925, APO has grown to over 300 chapters, located on almost every major campus in the U. S. Rho Chapter was founded in 1937, and it has a proud history of unexalted service to the campus and the community. Under the inspired leadership of its president, John Molter, it continues to serve with such projects as Parent ' s Day, guide service for groups visiting campus, ushering at student functions, operating a non-profit Book-Ex, and assisting handicapped students. i ■ki- rn :«, ledi- aJe- Bridger Brown Chamblee Cowan Daughtridge, C. Daiightridge, G. Furtado Howard Jennings Jolly Johnson Jones, B. Jones, T. Kendall McAllister Molter O ' Hara Resch Smith Starling Thomas, B. Thomas, C. Tillman White Worsley Zlotnicki 375 MBA officers: Joseph Wheliss, Treasurer; R. McBane, Vice-President; Robert Porter, Corresponding Secre- tary; James Douglas, President. Not pictured: Seddon Goode, Recording Secretary. Master of Business Administration Club The Master of Business Administration Club was organized in 1953 in an effort to maintain the spirit which developed among former candidates. Objec- tives of the club include promotion of better student- faculty relationships, coordination of the academic program with actual business situations and prob- lems, emphasis of the public and social responsi- bilities of business men, and development of an active alumni association. Activities include social gatherings with faculty members, publication of an alumni newsletter, and the sponsoring of addresses by business and educational leaders. Seated: Karesh, Douglas, Poovey, Seaton, Kiser, Yuen, Stuart Barkley. Standing: Moore, Porter, Crone, Clark, McBane, Wheliss, Miller. 376 Beta Gamma Sigma Honorary Business Administration Fraternity Alpha Chapter of North Carolina OFFICERS A. M. WHITEHILL, JR Honorary President C. W. DAVIDSON, JR President H. Q. LANGENDERFER Secretary T. S. BRICKHOUSE Treasurer FACULTY J. C. D. Blaine D. D. Carroll J. E. Dykstra J. S. Floyd W. J. Graham P. N. Guthrie R. J. M. Hobbs C. A. Kirkpatrick H. Q. Langenderfer C. S. Logsdon C. H. McGregor E. E. Peacock E. W. Schadt G. T. Schwenning W. A. Terrill A. M. Whitehill, Jr. H. D. Wolf STUDENTS Wilbert Francis Altemueller Kenneth Ray Argo Thomas Skinner Brickhouse Clayton Williams Davidson, Jr, Joshua Videll Edwards Gardner Patrick Henry Foley, Jr, Helen Sylvia Glover Robert Bingham Jacobus James Hall McCorkle, Jr. Paul Eugene Marshall Josiah Stockton Murray William Ernest Sellers John Mitchell Sewell, Jr. Robert Van Sisk Martha Ann Stockton David Livingston Ward, Jr. William Edgar Warrick, Jr, Hal Everett Wilson Raymon Lee White 377 Alpha Kappa Psi Baggett Banks Blowe Brooks Treasurer Brown, H. Brown, J. Carlisle Vice-President Frye Gahrmann Cilliland High Honeycutt Jennings Jones Loftin Moore Nail Patterson Phillips Ratledge, B. R. Ratledge, B. J. President Robinson Setzer Sherer Smith, W. Smith, T. Smoot Stephens Thames Timberlake Turner Wilson Woodford mm 378 Alpha Kappa Psi — founded on October 5, 1904, at New York University — is the oldest and largest professional fraternity in business administration in the world. Chapters are located at 101 of the leading colleges and universities and there are alumni chapters in 30 cities. Alpha Tau chapter was first installed at Caro- lina on February 18, 1925, de-activated in 1933, and re-activated on November 7, 1948. For four years, Alpha Tau has attained the highest efficiency rating in the national fraternity. L. R. Jordan (AT ' 50) was recently elected Grand Vice-President at the national convention in Detroit. The professional fraternity is unique in that it provides all of the advantages of fraternal affilia- tion, yet offers the unusual benefits which accrue to a membership comprised exclusively of men who have chosen the same profression for their life ' s work. The purposes of Alpha Kappa Psi are to fur- ther the individual welfare of each member by the association of their mutual helpfulness and com- mon interest in the areas of business administra- tion, to foster scientific research in the field of com- merce, and to educate the public to appreciate and demand a more compelling and a more honest busi- ness world. Alpha Kappa Psi sponsors and carries out many professional programs and services for the bene- fit of its members and other students of business administration. Each year the fraternity brings to the campus outstanding speakers from the business world and sponsors professional seminars, career M. ITM L flK W St Rl •V L ■___ »_ ____ Jl " • JM " ' TFl iV ' S. 4 1 r ME ' r ». ' " A. ' M « ' h % V conferences, and research surveys. Inspection tours of leading industries and business firms are con- ducted at frequent intervals and a business fair is held biannually. This year the theme of the fair was " The Development of Small Businesses in North Carolina. " LESLIE A. GILLILAND, JR. He lived in deeds, not years; In service, not in figures on the dial. In thought, not breath; First Row: Reeves, Pugh, Dixon, Hunter, Campbell. Second Row: Wheeler, Sud- dreth, Pons, Clapp, Hemphill, Leo. ' .ard. Third Row: Lewis, Pendegraph, Smith, Johnson, Green, l ot Pictured: Jenkens, Bird, Moore. Ivey Rogers, President First Row: Fields, Coggins, Turner, Dorrity, Bunch, Kaminski. Second Row: Shreve, Veasey, Mason, Eller, Ellington, Noroungdo, Barber, Ammons. Third Row: Stanton, Isenhower, Strandford, Craig, Smith, Mathews, Buckley, Glass, Patterson, Carter. This is Delta Sigs ' Golden Anniversary Year! . . . Flash: Ivey Rogers leads Delta Sigs into banner year . . . " Hey, who ' s going to Greensboro tonight? " . . . You can get a ride with Hinsons and Alfordses . . . " Did you see that crazy homecoming display, Man? " The boys did a great job. Those Alumni really bring delicious box lunches, too, um boy . . . Yeow, someone cut down those hi-fi ' s . . . Harts, anyone? . . . " Hey, Shelly, gimme the key to the quiz files " . . . " Smiles " wondering how to get Pat over for the weekend . . . Rose Dance — a fabulous affair . . . Stock helping Linley into the sack, then someone helping Stock into his . . . Byrum marshall- ing his troops for quizzes and clean-up details . . . " Kiwi " getting a long distance call from the syndi- cate . . . High, living at the KD House . . . Fred Daniels, Fred Boese, and J. R. can ' t sleep for the noise in the bar . . . Howie going down to the unit . . . Fog ' s in? . . . Some special sayings — " Well, 0. K. " ; " there you go " ; and " write that down, will ya? " Meanwhile, back at the ranch — Matkins — Bartender Burroughs — Leonard and Don painting — Bob and Charlie, selling, " Mary, let us fill your hope chest. " — Nelson at the oasis. I 380 1 I 1 , On O) Q Alford Secretary Ashford Bass Benyunes Binkley Bunch Davis Dean Gibbs Hendry Hinson 1st Vice-President Hoolen Howey Jourdan Lasley McSourley Matkins Murphy Nance Rogers President Settlemyre Stock Whisenant 381 Delta Theta Phi Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity was established in 1913 after duly appointed representatives of three existing fraternities had met in Chicago and adopted the constitution and ritual under the name of Delta Theta Phi. The first petition for a charter was made by a group of students at Atlanta Law School. They were installed as Wayne Senate in 1914. From this beginning, the fraternity has now reached a total of 82 active student senates, more than any other law fraternity. Also, in its 39 active alumni senates, it boasts the largest active alumni goal of the fraternity is the encouragement of high scholarship and legal learning. The motto of Delta Theta Phi is: " Our record is our proudest monument. " outtbf policy " OFFICERS James McDaniel Johnson Darius B. Herring William 0. Khun William M. Short Bradley J. Cameron James G. Lee Thomas E. Murdock Brock Busby Butler Cameron Connley Currin Dobson Downing Ferree Herring Johnson Khun Lackey Lee Midgette Milton Mitchell Murdock Powell Ogburn PuUen Rhodes Roberts Short Suttle Thompson Tice Wade Warren Whitesides Wiggins Yount Dean Tribune Vice-Dean Master of Exchequer Master of the Rolls BaJiff Master of the Ritual BriW Cmptrli Co«inl Di»« Enii! Fowk fltoarll Cijf Gill Holi IthM McMd Pukfl Row Sipp Sl» Ml Snvdn Thoims Tiiin lalfct Iill ' 382 ytl lJ Ruffin Chapter of Phi Alpha DeUa Law Frater- nity is one of seventy-seven active chapters through- out the United States. This large number of chap- ters was gained through a steady, conservative policy of expansion until today the Fraternity, with its thirty active alumni chapters, has more active Blades Briley Broughton Campbell Comer Coward Darlington Dawes Evans Fowler Frassinetti Gage Gilliam Holt Johnston McDaniel Parker Ransdell, P. Ransdell, W. Roth Rowe Sapp Shaw Smartt Snyder Thomas Toxey Walker Watts West chapters than does any other law fraternity in the world. Ruffin Chapter has contributed much to this success by its service to the Law School and the State. Some of our projects this year were the Mock Trial, the Book-Exchange, various speakers, and social events. a Oh OFFICERS Andrew McDaniel Justice Jerry Campbell Vice-Justice Armistead W. Sapp, Jr. Clerk George W. Miller Marshall 383 Phi Delta Phi The International Legal Fraternity, Phi Delta Phi, founded nationally in 1869 and locally in 1919, is the oldest professional fraternity in the United States. Among its brothers are outstanding members of the bench and bar; its aim is to pro- mote higher standards of professional ethics and Allen Alspaugh Bernhardt Blaylock Clarkfon Cockman Crews DeBerry Eller Fox Homesley Lee Maready Parham Rich Sapp Tison Toms White Yarborough culture. This year ' s program of activities included speakers banquets, a service program, the annual initiation with the other two state chapters before the Supreme Court in Raleigh, and lighter moments with guests and alumni. OFFICERS Magister John D. Eller, Jr. Exchequer Spencer L. Blaylock, Jr. Clerk James P. Crews Historian Lewis H. Parham, Jr. I 384 m m Englai are to lofost studen; Alpl takes i attlie a cone Ameri I Bass Latham Bumey Freeman Miller Rogers Steele Jefferson Summerlin Phi Mu Alpha Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia was founded at the New England Conservatory of Music, in 1898. Its aims are to advocate the cause of music in America and to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music. Alpha Rho Chapter, founded locally in 1926, takes an active part in furthering musical activities at the University. Each year the chapter presents a concert devoted to the performance of works by American composers and frequently including com- positions by members of the fraternity. Whenever possible. Phi Mu Alpha brings to the campus well- known guest artists. OFFICERS Jimmy Roy Rogers President Donald Jefferson • Vice-President Byron Freeman Secretary Harvey Miller Treasurer Harry Summerline Recording Secretary 385 Pi Delta Phi Pi Delta Phi was founded in 1906 to expand interest in France and her civilization throughout the United States, and to recognize excellence among students and teachers of French language and literature. It offers its members an opportun- ity to communicate in French, presents addresses relating to French culture, and sponsors productions u. 1 fl t mB of French esthetic endeavor in Chapel Hill. Beta Alpha Chapter at the University of North Carolina was established in February, 1952. for OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer William Snyder Pate Robert A. Harden Frances Bennett Marion Griffin Quincy Ayscue, William H. Baskin, Frances Bennett, Robert Con- nelly, George Daniel, Chester C. Davis, James H. Davis, Russell D. DeMent, Dr. William Dey, E. T. Draper-Savage, Sam Duncan, Dr. A. G. Engstrom, William N. Ferris, Mrs. John M. Foushee, Marion Griffin, Robert A. Hall, Robert A. Harden, Dr. Jacques Hardre, Dr. V. T. Holmes, Jr., Mrs. Charlotte Huse, Dr. H. R. Huse, Dr. J. C. Hutchinson, Dr. R. W. Linker, Daniel Luke, Dr. J. C. Lyons, Harmon C. McAllister, Cicero D. Mclntryre, W. H. Myer, William Snyder Pate, Daniel Ripley, Mrs. Jacqueline Robin- son, Robert Schurfranz, Mrs. J. Leroy Smith, Mary Jane Smith, Jeff Thompson, Mrs. Van Laningham. Joseph G. Walser. Allen Warthonby, Dr. W. L. Wiley, Kenneth Wilson- Jones. OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer Historian Faculty Dr. E. A. Brecht Dr. Fred T. Semeniuk Dr. H. O. Thompson Dr. B. F. Cooper Dr. F. C. Hammerness Mr. William Taylor Dr. Earl T. Brown Dr. Sigurdur Jonsson Shirley Bumgardner Renus Rich William Lanier Gerald Kelly Harrington Graduate Cosmos A. DiFazio Undergraduates James C. Bolton, HI Shirley W. Bumgardner Gerald K. Harrington Byron T. Huckaby Billy W. Lanier Renus E. Rich Rho Chi National Honorary Pharmaceutical Society 386 foliilii Kappa Epsilon 8 Put Grifin iICm- bta. Msiiee. as. tDr. I.H. lohii. Sii. Ah Kappa Epsilon is a national honorary fraternity for women students of pharmacy. It was founded nationally in 1921 at the State University of Iowa. Lambda Chapter was founded at the University of North Carolina in 1941. The purposes of the fra- ternity are to stimulate in its members a desire for high scholarship, to foster a professional con- sciousness, and to provide a bond of lasting loyalty, interest and friendship. Ballantine Barefoot Bumgardner Carswell Chandler Johnson Keenum Manos Pipes Sheek Soles Welch OFFICERS It) President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Historian Pledge Mistress Sue Sheek Geraldine Keenum Loretta Johnson Shirley Bumgardner Peggy Chandler 387 Alexander Allen Arena Barger Beale Bolton Boyd Buie Carraway Dunn Farrar Fraley Freeman Griffin Hagwood Haithcock Harrington Treasurer Harrison Hinton Huckaby Jones Lazarus Leonard McCorkle Mast Vice-Regent Meares Miller. D. J. Regent Miller, S. G. Montgomery Neal Owens Phifer Secretary Smith Stoots Whitehurst Williams Williams Winstead 388 Back again with Miller and Mast at the reins . . . " GrifF, " Harrison, Neal, Hagwood, Thomas, Beale come into the Corps . . . " Huge " plays with his turtle . . . Leonard still blazes the Greensboro trail . . . " Hook " brings back more figs . . . Huck monop- olizes third floor head . . . Ben sweats out Presley . . . Allen " woos " the teenage girls . . . Arena and Williams make the daily run . . . " Baby " Boyd still catches hell . . . all-nighters in the dining room . . . " Little Miller " joins the ranks with McCorkle, Farrar, Street, B. T., Stoots, Pat, and Leatherwoods . . . " Daddy " Russ walks the floor . . . " Redman ' s " squaw trouble continues . . . Williams rooms with the " Savior " . . . Buie rides the pledges . . . Burgess, Milner and Meares reappear . . . Evans vanishes . . . Lazarus and Mast bite the dust . . . Dorm Demons — Bailey, Beale, Dunn, Dillard — seen occasionally . . . Owens and Carroway still under the skirt . . . " Spic " fights the sleeping plague . . . saving up for Chicago and Indianapolis . . . McGin- nis and " Fat Rat " party it up . . . " Scrounge " misses the piano . . . " Monty " and his drums . . . the twins, " Doc " and Whitehurst, still together . . . the " Phan- tom " strikes . . . " Little Vat 69 " acquires new tastes . . . " Rusty Razor " dies . . . " Teddy Bear " makes Honor Council? . . . " T " still mighty quiet . . . " Flab " can ' t hear for the banana in his ear . . . new house looms into view . . . Jenkins picks up where he left off . . . and Pharmacy Weekend yet to come. KAPPA PSI PLEDGE CLASS First Row: Faulkner, Loughlin, Ferrell, Humphrey. Second Row: Shearin, Davis, Clark, Hardy, O ' Briant, Lasley, Weatherly. Third Row: Smith, Britt, Cooke, Moose, Brown, Bradsher, Shuford, Jackson. Not Pictured: Matthews, Wall, McNeil, Freeman. Don Miller, Regent Phi Delta Chi Phi Delta Chi is a professional pharmaceutical fraternity, founded to advance pharmacy and its allied interests. Alpha Gamma Chapter was estab- lished locally on May 30, 1923. Phi Delta Chi is an active organization in the School of Pharmacy, proud of the high ideals and obligations of an old and honored profession. A great homecoming week- end, the Christmas party, P.D.C. weekend, and Pharmacy weekend were a few of the activities we enjoyed. Bain Butler Carter Charles Copses Courts Deaton Dutton Inabinet James Marsh Nance O ' Daniel Prevo Roberts Snider Walker Wells OFFICERS Worthy Chief Counselor Worthy Vice-Counselor Worthy Keeper of Records and Seals Worthy Keeper of Finance Worthy Prelate Worthy Master at Arms Worthy Inner Guard Worthy Correspondent Ben Courts Don Carter James O ' Daniel, Jr. J im Inabinet Francis Duke James Charles P. Copses Lee Carter Gene Dutton 390 Allen Attyek Barringer Bost Brown Butler Chapman Fowler Garrison Hamrick, J. Hamrick, T. Harnetl Heeden Herring Lee Lehman McFall McKenzie Martin Mauldin O ' Berry Peck Proffit Quails Reap Rhodes Roberson Rogers Sabiston Schnell Sherrill Smith Stallings Trueblood Watson Young Psi Omega OFFICERS Grand Master Robert J. Harned Junior Grand Master F. Steve Schnell Secretary 0. Ray McKenzie Treasurer Joseph E. Hamrick Psi Omega is Dentistry ' s largest fraternity. Founded in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1892, it now boasts over 26,000 members in 78 chapters. Chi Upsilon Chapter was founded at the University of North Carolina on April 28, 1951. The primary objectives of Psi Omega are to foster Dentistry in every possible way, and to give individual counsel and guidance to its brothers. Psi is located in West House on Old Frater- nity Row. It lends its complete laboratory facilities and accommodations to out-of-town brothers during State Boards, and often entertains guests after sports events. The fraternity is proud to have placed many brothers in Omega Kappa Upsilon, Dentistry ' s scholastic honor society. 391 Ausband Beam Bratton Clark Davis Franklin Gaskins Hood Houser Huff Leary LeGwin Lynch McLeod MacKay Miller Nifong Noblitte Odom Oldham Prugh Reitzel Reynolds Rose Rowe Shaw Webster White Williams Williford XI PSI PHI OFFICERS Junius H. Rose, Jr. President John W. Atwater, Jr. Vice-President William H. McLeod Secretary Arnold C. Shaw Treasurer mmm Xi Psi Phi Xi Psi Phi Fraternity was founded at the Uni- versity of Michigan on February 8, 1889. Beta Beta Chapter was organized at the University of North Carolina School of Dentistry in 1952 with the purpose of providing a better, more substantial foundation upon which to build a successful profes- sional life based upon a simple understanding of these three principles — knowledge, morality, friendship. " Zips " are known throughout dentistry as being among the most outstanding men of the profession. 392 f. tf mm n School of Medicine Walter R. Berryhill, Dean WHITEHEAD COUNCIL Seated: Hobson, Sell, Kelly. Wilcox, President; Elliott, Harper, Crosland, Story, Hamer. Standing: Leroy, Stewart, Macy. This year represents the 77th year of medical education at the University and the fourth year that the M.D. degree is being offered by the Uni- versity at Chapel Hill. In addition to offering the four years of under- graduate medical education, the faculty and staff have given instruction to students in the Graduate School and all of the professional schools in the Division of Health Affairs. They also direct the training of the interns and resident physicians at the Memorial Hospital and offer postgraduate medical courses throughout the state. HONOR COUNCIL Seated: Jones, Patterson, Lewis, Taylor, Thorp, Chairman; Clapp. Standing: Thompson, Payne, Eldridge. FACULTY Shown in picture: Doctors Bunce, L. Andrews, Fleming, George, Graham, Reed. Schwab, Bream, J. Wilson, Donovan. Allen, Fields, Bullitt, Ham, Hiatt, Dorsett, Cromartie, Craige, Williams, Richardson, Leary, Anderson, Chamberlin, Schottelius, Miller, Gottschalk, Wood, Van Wyke, Welt, Barnett, Widra, Sessions, Burnett, Vernon, Farmer, Van Cleave, Peters, Dossel, Irvin. White, Butler, BerryhiU. I Fourth Year First Row: Allen, Joseph Jethro, alpha kappa kappa, Greensboro ; Anthony, Lyndon Ulysses, phi beta kappa, phi chi, Greensboro; Bowles, F. Norman, Jr., PHI CHI, ST. ANTHONY HALL, Durham. Second Row: Bradley, Harold John, Jr., alpha kappa kappa, Greensboro; Brown, Ernest Hyde, Jr., phi chi, Ivanhoe; Burrus, James H., phi chi, Moores- boro. Third Row: Cline, Robert Seitz, alpha kappa kappa. Hickory; Clontz, Luther Hall, PHI BETA kappa, Morganton; Clapp, James Robert, Siler City. Fourth Row: Conner, Joel Dewitt, chi phi, phi chi, Lincolnton; Cornell, William Powell, PHI chi, phi delta theta. Chapel Hill; Crowell, Gordon Cameron, phi chi. Chapel Hill. Fifth Row: Edwards, George Sadler, phi chi, Chapel Hill; Farmer, Thomas Albert, Jr., phi beta kappa, phi chi, Smithfield; Farrington, John Kirby, phi chi, Thomasville. Sixth Row: Fearrington, Eric Lindsay, phi beta kappa, phi gamma delta. Chapel Hill; Fresh, James William, alpha kappa kappa, sicma chi. Hickory; Glover, James Bunyan, chi phi, zeta p-i, Nashville. Seventh Row: Green, Julius Alpheus, Jr., beta theta pi, phi chi, Thomasville ; Gupton, Stephen Thomas, Jr., phi chi. Rocky Mount; Hall, James Grayson, phi chi. Danbury. Eighth Row: Harris, Lois Thelma, Valdese; Hobson, Jack Brown, beta theta pi, phi chi, Charlotte; Hurst, James Paul, Jr., phi chi, Charlotte. Ninth Row: Hutchins, Helen Blanche, Y adkinvUle ; Irvin, George Lee, IH, beta theta PI, phi chi, Winston-Salem; Johnson, Harry Lester, Jr., alpha kappa kappa, Elkin; Johnson, Thomas Milton, phi beta kappa, phi eta sicma, Clayton. Fourth Year First Row: Jones, William Osborne, Henderson; Jung, Bill Gam Fat, phi chi, Char- lotte; Liles, Richard Vernon, Jr., phi chi, phi gamma delta, Wadesboro. Second Row: McMahon, Gerald Thomas, phi beta kappa, phi chi, phi kappa sicma, Asheville; Mitchell, Donald Edward, sigma nu, Ahoskie; Morrison, Hugh Maxwell, Jr., phi chi, sicma alpha epsilon, Wallace. Third Row: Murad, Joseph Louis, phi beta kappa, phi eta sicma, Wilson; Page, Harvey Allsbrook, phi chi, sigma nu. Rocky Mount; Pugh, Raeford Theo- dore, phi chi, Asheboro. Fourth Row: Pugh, Stephen Cornelius, phi chi. Old Trap; Rimer, Bobby Alan, phi CHI, Spencer; Ritchie, Henry Jackson, Concord. Fifth Row: Sell, Irl Tigert, HI, Wilmington; Slade, James Norfleet, Edenton; Smith, William Gordon, Jr., Thomasvilte. Sixth Row: Sparrow, Nathaniel Louis, phi beta kappa, Chapel Hill; Stathacos, Eustace J., phi chi, Chapel Hill; Sugg, Winfred Lindley, phi chi, sigma NU, Snow Hill. Seventh Row: Thorp, James Horace Merriam, phi chi, zeta psi, Rocky Mount; Vinnik, Irwin Edward, phi beta kappa, phi eta sicma, tau epsilon phi, Raleigh; Vinson, Raphael Williams, phi chi, Ahoskie. Eighth Row: Wagger, Gerald Max, phi chi, pi lambda phi. High Point; Welch, Earl Parks, Jr., Winston-Salem; Whitlock, Robert Turnbull, alpha omega ALPHA, beta THETA PI, PHI BETA KAPPA, PHI CHI, PHI ETA SICMA, Mt Airy. Ninth Row: Wilcox, Benson Reid, phi chi, sicma alpha epsilon, Charlotte; Williams, David Armon, Johns; Wilson, Clinton Ward, phi beta kappa, Wilming- ton; Winslow, Paul Roberts, alpha chi sigma, Raleigh. fl I I Third Year First Row: Alley, James T., Goldsboro; Barrier, Cecil Lee, alpha kappa kappa, Icard; Beam, Lewis Ray, Bessemer City. Second Row: Beckman. William Robert, phi beta kappa, phi chi, Chapel Hill; Brooks, John Irving, Jr., kappa alpha, Roxboro; Canaday, Maurice Lewis, alpha kappa kappa, Fout Oaks. Third Row: Craven, Thomas, Huntersville; Crosland, David Bailey, kappa sicma, phi chi. Concord; Edwards, James Ronald, Relief. Fourth Row: Ennis, George Elliott, Hickory; Field, Mason Dillard, Jr., phi chi, Char- lotte; Furr, Carl Augustus, Jr., phi chi, sicma phi epsilon. Concord. Fifth Row: Gregory, Arthur Wynns, Jr., phi chi, zeta psi, Halifax; Hamer, Alfred Wilson, Jr., phi chi, sigma nu, Morgantown; Koonce, Gene Fonvielle, phi chi, SIGMA chi, Jacksonville. Sixth Row: Lang, Jesse Eugene, phi gamma delta. Chapel Hill; Long, Walter Nathaniel, Jr., phi beta kappa, Belmont; McGee, John Asbury, Jr., PHI chi, Charlotte. Seventh Row: Macy, Charles Thomas, phi chi, Morehead City; Mangum, Addison Goodloe, ALPHA kappa kappa, phi beta kappa, Gastonia; Ormand, Thomas Lane, phi chi, Monroe. Eighth Row: Pate, Barry Reeves, phi chi, Canton; Patterson, John Richard, beta THETA PI, PHI CHI, Chevy Chase, Md.; Story, William Robert, phi chi, Wilkesboro. Ninth Row: Stout, Charles Walter, High Point; Thompson, Benjamin Everett, Jr., Rocky Mount; Thompson, Joe Wayne, phi beta kappa, Mooresville. Second Year First Row: Brawley, Bobby Watson, phi chi, Mooresville; Brown, Bobby Craig, Greensboro; Brown, Robert Calvin, StatesvUle; Bulla, Jefferson Davis, II, Asheboro; Davis, Daniel Whitaker, Andrews. Second Row: Fisher, Otis Norwood, chi psi, phi chi, Bladen- boro; Gentry, George Wesley, alpha kappa kappa, kappa alpha, Roxboro; Gentry, John Billy, States- vUle; Gilbert, Charles Franklin, alpha kappa KAPPA, Benson; Ginn, William M., phi chi, Golds- bora. Third Row: Goodwin, Joel Sexton, chi psi, phi chi. Apex; Green, Robert Lorenza, phi chi, Salisbury; Hair, Glenn Edgar, Fayetteville; Harrell, Wade Whitley, ALPHA EPSILON DELTA, PHI BETA KAPPA, PHI ETA SIGMA, Pantago; Hart, Oliver James, Jr., phi chi, Winston-Salem. Fourth Row: Holder, David Lee, phi chi, Lewisville; Johnston, Frank Smith, Jr., Charlotte; Jones, David Herman, phi chi, Smithfield ; Jones. Morris Alexander, Jr., PHI chi. High Point; Lashley, Curtis Ray, alpha EPEILON DELTA, LAMBDA CHI ALPHA, Burlington. Fifth Row: LeRoy, Edward Carwile, Elizabeth City; Lewis, Kenneth Baker, phi chi, Burlington; Linker, Robert Polk, phi chi, Chapel Hill; Little, Wilfred Duffield, Jr., chi phi, Evanston, III.; McAllister, J. Gray, HI, alpha kappa kappa. Chapel Hill. Sixth Row: McCain, Kenneth Franklin, phi chi. High Point; Mitchell, Edward Lee, Goldsboro; Morris. Arthur Sherman, Jr., alpha kappa kappa. Hot Springs; Reeves, Talmadge Curlee, Whiteville; Sloop, Rob- ert Felts, Jr., Lumberton. Seventh Row: Solomon, Elliott, tau epsilon phi, Greensboro; Stevenson, Robert McLeland, delta phi alpha, SIGMA phi epsilon, StatesvUle ; Stewart, Edwin Lewers, Chapel Hill; Sutton, William Wayne, ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA, Greenville; Tayloe, John Gotten, Washington. Eighth Row: Thompson, John H., alpha kappa kappa, phi beta KAPPA, Chapel Hill; Trado, Charles Elmendorf, Henderson ; Ward, Bennie Brooks, Longwood; Warren, C. Carl, Jr., Charlotte; Waters, Henry Gene, Roanoke Rapids. Nint h Row: West, Robert Lee, Dover; Whitaker, David Louis, ALPHA chi SIGMA, PHI BETA KAPPA, PHI ETA SIGMA, Williamston; White, Franklin Delano, Pittsboro; Wilson, Robert Gaines, Leaksville. 1 First Year First Row: Anderson, Leo Richard, La Grange; Blair, James H., High Point; Blount, John Gray, PHI BETA KAPPA, PHI ETA SIGMA, PHI GAMMA DELTA, Washington; Boerner, Robert Mar- tin, Kernersville; Campbell, James A., Buie ' s Creek; Curtis, John Russell, Bes- semer City. Second Row: Dykers, John Reginald, Jr., sicma alpha EPSILON, Jacksonville, Fla.; Eldridge, Charles P., Jr., Raleigh; Ferguson, William C, Asheville; Fernald, Gerald Wallace, acacia, Wilson; Fitzgerald, Charles E., Jr., FarmvUle; Fox, Joe Thomas, Jr., alpha EPSILON DELTA, AshevUle. Third Row: Fussell, Fitzhugh Lee, Jr., Chapel Hill; Garmise, David Bruce, tau epsilon phi, Lawrence, N. Y.; Gibson, William Stephen, Jr., Goldsboro; Hackler, Robert Hardin, Washington; Harper, James Robinson, Snow Hill; Harris, Falls L., Harris. Fourth Row: Hoffler, George Wyckliffe, Sunbury; Keiter, William Eugene, Jr., Kinston; Kirschner, Leslie Gordon, Jr., Candler; Lore, Charles Eli, SICMA PHI EPSILON, Lenoir ; Mann, James Giffen, Monroe; Mason, Reginald G., Jr., Henderson. Fifth Row: Michal, William Norwood, Jr., Chapel Hill ; Mitchell, John Wesley, Jr., La Grange; Morris, William Harold, Jr., sicma chi, Charlotte; Munroe, John Francis, kappa ALPHA, Council; Neville, Cecil Howell, Jr., zeta psi, Scotland Neck; Northend, Charles Allan, PHI GAMMA DELTA, Chapel Hill. Sixth Row: Owen, Duncan Shaw, Jr., Fayetteville; Parker, John Marshall, Chapel Hill; Payne, Robert Benjamin, Gastonia; Pearson, Wil- liam Seymour, Statesville; Petty, Jerry Miller, kappa sicma, Gastonia; Poirier, Jean Rene, Elizabethtown. Seventh Row: Reid, William Alan, Asheville; Seigler, Hilliard Foster, Asheville; Shive, Robert MacGregor, Scotts; Sieber, Arvid Charles, Hendersonville ; Strickland, George Thomas, Jr., Nashville; Veazey, Perry Burt, Raleigh. Eighth Row: Weaver, Kenneth, Husk; Wise, John Edney, Lincolnton; Young, David Richard, Greens- boro; Young, John Adam, H, Lexington. WekB ' tivA 1 " t » ' % I i • . Ik . ' » • , ' m m ' ' THm i : d First Row: Ed Hudgins, Bruce Gustafson, Tom Brad- ford, John Foster, Steve Bank. Second Row: Pete Dell, Pete Green, Don Thompson, Boh Bortner, Vic Kasser, Coach Ham Strayhorn. te uti Captain Tom Bradford uses a strong hackhand to gain the advantage on a Harvard opponent. Don Thompson, singles runner-up in the ACC tourna- ment, returns a ground stroke to Duke ' s Bobby Green. Pete Green drives a hard shot past a Kala- mazoo opponent to win the final set. Ten ckmp H lo Carol due to i Thompsi EdHd Pete Dei competil lep from S[ Bortner, while Bi ner-Dell Memkso RooBii a mid m Coack Stti ] )» Bruce Gustafson returns a Miami player ' s powerful ground stroke with a passing backhand. Tennis Coach John Kenfield, having brought champion players and many championship teams to Carolina in his twenty-five year career, retired due to a stroke and left to Assistant Coach Ham Strayhorn another Atlantic Coast Conference Championship team. Top returning men were Don Thompson, Captain Tom Bradford, Pete Green, Ed Hudgins, Bob Bortner, Bruce Gustafson and Pete Dell. Sophomore John Foster also offered top competition. The powerful UNC netters won their first match from Springfield College 9-0. Thompson, Green, Bortner, Foster and Dell won matches in that order, while Bradford-Green, Thompson-Foster and Bort- ner-Dell took doubles. The Carolina tennis team won four more straight Members of UNC ' s Freshman Squad are, first row: Don Koontz, Clay Mobley, Bibson Morrison, Carl Hanna; second row: Al Pultz, Tim McCollum, Jeff Black and Coach Strayhorn. Coach Ham Strayhorn victories, including two wins from Harvard, before being tied by Kalamazoo 4-4. The unbeaten Tar Heels held their next four opponents scoreless be- fore turning back one of their toughest opponents, the Duke Blue Devils, 6-3. After defeating Rollins in a tough match 6-3, the Tar Heels were held score- less before the Miami Hurricanes 9-0. UNC netters were later complete masters of a northern trip in which they won six straight matches. Winding up another successful season with a 9-0 triumph over N.C. State, the squad finished with a record of eighteen wins, one loss and one tie. In the ACC tournament Tom Bradford and John Foster won the doubles title, turning back Don Thompson and Pete Green in the finals. Don Thompson fin- ished second in singles play. John Foster, co-winner of the ACC doubles title, serves to a Virginia player in the second set. At Hogan ' s there ' re times to sit and watch the sun-bright water, to talk in quiet tones with that special someone. . . . . . . it ' s the spot where that congenial crowd gathers to party and enjoy each other ' s company, or to do some really special late spring planning. and just good ... or to prove whether you ' re the one who ' ll keep her feet dry or push her in. Hogan ' s is a lakeside retreat about six miles from Chapel Hill which rests on the triple institutions of beer, bermudas and spring. It ' s a place where you can escape from the heat and crowd of the dorm or fraternity house. In the spring you can loll around on a blanket and let the breeze blow over you while you think about that big weekend when you ' ll really get away or plan a summer or remi- nisce over a few years as you think about gradu- ation and the big world outside. You stretch on the blanket, pull up a few blades of grass and tickle the ear of your date. She laughs and you look at the limp, sleepy trees with their fresh green leaves. You wish that that frantic crowd playing softball would quit so that you could talk in low tones with only the radio for a background. Maybe you wonder what you ' ll be doing a year from now, but then the afternoon is over and its time to go back to the Hill . . . Sundown . . . and it ' s time for the troops to reconnoiter the lake shore before returning to the Hill or taking a break in preparation for after-dark partying. 1 u6UMtc M4 TbeDailM SrarHccl Fred Powledge, Editor i Charlie Sloan, Managing Editor Sports Staff members are Dave Wible, Bill King and Jimmy Harper. Larry Cheek, Sports Editor NEWS STAFF Standing behind Clarke Jones and Ray Linker are Mary Alys Voorhees, Edith McKinnon, News Editor Nancy Hill, Neil Bass, Joan Moore, Pringle Pipkin and Page Bernstein. Ed Buti arelari wkosei averajE year. ' Jlon lone of four ye quickly Meii dom Fi was do and cir days a Edito :■ Bill Bob Peele, Business Manager Business Staff members are John Minter, Dale Staley and John Whitaker. It was a hard, trying year for The Daily Tar Heel. But it was no different from the rest. All years are hard and trying for a daily student newspaper whose staff members are trying to maintain a " C " average. It was difficult, but the staff enjoyed the year. More reporters — always the arms, legs and back- bone of a newspaper — came to work than in the past four years. They learned to turn out news stories quickly, accurately and tirelessly. Meanwhile, the advertising staff was wearing down Franklin Street ' s sidewalks ; the business staff was closely watching the budget; the subscription and circulation staffs were greeting the dawn six days a week. Editor Fred Powledge loaded his editorial page Fred Katzin, Advertising Manager with student opinion in the form of letters, columns and surveys. Page Two was the scene of contro- versy over God and the meaning of religion; articles concerning sex on the campus, alcohol, athletics and trustee responsibility found places beside Powledge ' s editorials. Managing Editor Charlie Sloan found a year filled with hot news and the prettiest coed staffers in a decade. For Business Manager Bill Bob Peele, the year was — he hoped in late May — profitable. Throughout The Daily Tar Heel ' s year, the news- paper was concerned with truth above all. Much of the time, telling the truth brought enemies and a lot of four-letter accusations. But there also were words of praise that, in the newspaper business, are quite rare indeed. Editorial Staff members are, foreground, Bobbi Smith and Woody Sears; standing, Barry Winston and Ingrid Clay. 1 ? A 4 « Tom Johnson, Editor Gordon B. Hall, Business Manager 19S7%ckiy llfad Truman Moore, Photographer and Assistant to the Editor. Activities Co-Editors Tom Ray and Frank Schrimsher, and Student Gov- ernment Editor Bert Davis. Behind Guy Davis, Freshman Class Editor, are Anne Melton, Senior Class Editor; Barbara Stockton, Junior Class Editor; and Lari Lawrence, Sophomore Class E ' ditor. p Managing Editors and Co-Beauty Editors Judy Davis and Gene Whitehead. Classes, picture-taking, and pandemonium for the Yack staff " all began September 22, 1956, as Smith Studio made a photo lab out of the basement of Graham Memorial. Anne Melton and Judy Davis were on hand with drapes for the girls and pleasant smiles for the boys whose ire they had to calm when they told them that their coat was not dark enough; Truman Moore and Tommy Boyette began the al- most impossible task of arranging appointments for the hundreds of group and informal photo- graphs which had to be taken — breaking some and having some broken; and Tommy Johnson and Brad Hall struggled with the contracts and layouts in a desperate effort to complete the final plan of the dummy. One-half the student body showed up to have their pictures taken on the final day, and the dead- line for individual portraits had to be extended. But the pictures were taken and the dummy com- pleted, and then the real work began anew. Gene Whitehead alphabetized until he forgot the alpha- bet, and Ann Drake and Lari Lawrence typed until their fingers were nubs. Don Millen ran everywhere from Raleigh to Spero ' s looking for shots for the Sports Section, and Bill Kane almost had to invade the Pentagon to get approval for the NROTC pic- Behind Photographer Tom Boyette are Don Millen, Sports Editor, and Bill Kane, ROTC Editor. Fraternities Editor Larry Harris, Honoraries-Professionals Editor Martie Whedbee, and Sororities Editor B. J. Mad- dison. tures. The beauty contest was held, and afterwards, Truman and Tommy began to lead each beauty indi- vidually into the seclusion of the Morehead Build- ing. B. J. Maddison quietly completed her section and disappeared, while Larry Harriss struggled with fraternities ' delinquent in materials. Bert Davis dashed in and dashed out, Barbara Stockton had juniors running out of her ears, and Martie Whedbee wrestled with Phi Betes. Tom Ray and Frank Schrimsher declared war on the editor when he lost the FTA article. But the book slowly took shape. Not quickly enough for the engravers and pub- lisher, however. Calls came in from Charlotte and Baltimore. " Where ' s plate 290, " " Where ' s copy for pages 179-211? " Tommy started shouting " Where ' s my staff " ? " Nerves were on end. Yet the book continued to take shape, and finally it was completed. Ere closing, a special word of recognition and thanks must go to " True-man, " the " poor man ' s Cartier-Bresson, " without whose time, talent and loyalty this volume could never have been pro- duced ; he served untiringly in every staff " capacity, from editor ' s assistant and advisor to proofreader. Realizing that each UNC student has his own varying ideas as to what a yearbook is and how it should be done, we cannot hope to satisfy everyone — we can only attempt to produce as completely and effectively as possible a representative picture of life at Carolina in ' 56- ' 57. GENERAL STAFF Seated: Carol Coopwood, B. A. Mihm, Jean Hicks, Mary Alys Voorhees, Donna Kurtz. Standing: Mike Smith, Bootsie Fowler and Dave Biren. the C A R O L I N : QUARTERLY WiUVM Marcelline Krafchick, Editor Founded in 1948, The Carolina Quarterly is the successor to The University Magazine, begun in 1844, oldest literary magazine in the South. It continues the tradition of discovering and encour- aging writers by presenting them on a nation-wide scale to readers of a high-quality quarterly. According to the Managing Editor of The Raleigh News and Observer, this year " The Carolina Quar- terly is a much improved periodical . . . without the stultifying dullness of so many literary quarterlies . . . one of the best issues in years. " Behind Editor Krafchick are John Cogswell, Assistant to the Editor; Don Freeman, Circulation Manager; John Underwood and Sylvia Yelton, Fiction Board members. Publications Board Members of the Publications Board are Tom Johnson, Treasurer; Mr. Walt Spearman, Faculty Advisor; Frank Farrell, Chairman; Marcelline Krafchick; Sylvia Phillips, Secretary; and Fred Powledge. The Publications Board is one of the strongest symbols of the student government system which has gained for the University a special respect on campuses throughout the nation. Operating on an annual budget of approximately $90,000 the Board acts as a supervisory body and is generally respon- sible for the financial management of The Daily Tar Heel, Yackety Yack, and The Carolina Quarterly. In the past the Board has been able to point with pride to some of the finest college publications in the country, and hopes to preserve this outstanding record in the coming years. r 410 IV is tie ejunij lul It ' WOlff. do-wiJe f, wiittlie irtffir. inritt indinj School i ' ■■ t, ; e School of Law Henry P. Brandis, Dean NORTH CAROLINA LAW REVIEW Jack Hamilton, Associate Editor; L. Poindexter Watts, Jr., Associate Editor; Richmond C. Bernhardt, Jr., Editor; Ted West, Associate Editor; Spencer L. Blaylock, Business Manager. LAW SCHOOL ASSOCIATION Robert Midgette, Secretary; Hamlin Wade, Presi- dent; Dean Rich, Vice-President; Benjamin Tison, III, Treasurer; Ed PuUen, Chief Justice Honor Court. ' 1 vii w% w 1 Jt ' 1 HH h ' FACULTY Le t to right: Robert Wettach, Fred McCall, Frank Hanft, Mary Oliver, Henry Brandis, Dean; Leonard Powers, Herbert Baer, John Dalzell, M. T. Van Hecke. Back left: M. S. Breckenridge. Third Year First Row: Allen, Gary Walter, phi delta phi, Ashe- ville; Alspaugh, James Andrew, phi delta PHI, PHI KAPPA SIGMA, Greensboro; Barton, Grandon Dillard, Jr., Charlotte; Bernhardt, Richmond G., Jr., phi delta phi. Chapel Hill; Blaylock, Spencer Lorraine, Jr., LAMBDA CHI ALPHA, PHI DELTA PHI, PHI ETA SIGMA, Greensboro. Second Row: Brock, James Moses, Mocksville; Cameron, Bradley James, delta theta phi, Winston- Salem; Campbell, Jerry Austin, phi alpha DELTA, Taylorsville ; Cockman, David Reece, PHI DELTA phi, ThomasvUle ; Connelly, Henry W., delta theta phi, Winston-Salem. Third Row: Coward, James Kent, phi alpha delta, SIGMA PHI epsilon, Sylva; Crews, James Philip, PHI DELTA PHI, W inston-Saleiu ; Cru- ciani, Joseph Russell, phi delta phi, Belle Vernon, Pa.; Currin, Beverly Hart, delta THETA phi, Olivia; Darlington, Fred, HI, PHI ALPHA DELTA, PI GAMMA MU, Burlington. Fourth Row: Dawes, Redmond B., phi alpha delta, Rox- boro; DeBerry, Arthur S., Jr., phi delta PHI, Tarboro; Dobson, Tyson Y., Jr., delta THETA PHI, Chapel Hill; Duke, John Edwin, PHI DELTA PHI, Chapel Hill; Eller, John DeWalden, Jr., phi delta phi, Winston- Salem. Fifth Row: Ferree, Harold Conrad, delta theta phi, KAPPA ALPHA, W inston-Salem ; Fowler, Henry Lee, Jr., phi alpha delta, Mt. Holly; Fox, James Carroll, phi delta phi. Chapel Hill; Frassineti, Jordan Joseph, phi alpha delta, pi kappa phi, Southern Pines; Gil- liam, Joseph Duane, beta gamma sigma, PHI ALPHA delta, PHI BETA KAPPA, ThomOS- ville. Sixth Row: Greene, George Royster, phi beta sigma, Raleigh; Holt, Harriet Doun, Chapel Hill; Holt, William Paul, Jr., alpha kappa psi, PHI alpha delta, Greensboro; Johnson, James McDaniel, delta theta phi, Dunn; Johnston, Thomas David, chi psi, phi alpha delta, Fayetteville. 413 Third Year First Row: Kuhn, William 0., Wilmington; Lackey, Norris Dixon, Jr., delta theta phi, kappa ALPHA, Shelby; Lee, James Grover, Jr., delta theta phi, pi KAPPA ALPHA, Chapel Hill; McDaniel, Andrew Holmes, phi alpha delta. Forest City; Midgette, Robert Bry- ant, DELTA theta PHI, Chapel Hill. Second Row: Miller, George W., Jr., phi alpha delta, Spencer; Mitchell, Herbert Thomas, Jr., delta theta phi, Asheville; Murdock, Thomas Edward, delta theta phi, pi kappa alpha. Chapel Hill; Newton, Louis Knox, Southport; Ogburn, John Nelson, Jr., alpha kappa psi, delta theta phi, Greens- boro. Third Row: Parham, Lewis Hillsman, Jr., lambda chi alpha, phi delta phi, Charlotte; Parker, Gerald Corbett, phi alpha delta, Hubert; Pullen, Ed Tilmon, delta theta phi, Tm- ston-Salem; Rhodes, William K., HL delta theta phi, Wilmington ; Rich, Dean Arthur, phi delta phi, Chapel Hill. Fourth Row: Roth, Jerry, phi alpha delta, Bronx, N. Y. ; Sapp, Armistead Wright, Jr., phi alpha DELTA, Chapel Hill; Sapp, Robert Henry, phi delta phi, Reynolda; Shaw, Charles Collins, Jr., delta sigma pi, phi alpha delta, Chapel Hill; Smartt, Lucien Eugene, PHI ALPHA delta, McClave, Colo. Fijth Row: Thomas, Robert Eirwin, phi alpha delta, Asheville; Thompson, William Leonard, DELTA THETA PHI, Raleigh; Tice, Douglas O., Jr., ALPHA KAPPA PSI, DELTA THETA PHI, Greensboro; Toxey, Andrew F., phi alpha DELTA, pi kappa ALPHA, Elizabeth City; Wade, Hamlin, delta theta phi, Chapel Hill. Sixth Row: Walker, Thomas Philip, phi alpha delta, Bostic; Warren, Jesse Lanier, delta theta phi, SIGMA phi epsilon, Greensboro ; Watts, Lewis Poindexter, Jr., phi alpha delta, Charlotte; West, Ted Gradon, phi alpha delta, Lenoir; White, Charles Mayfield, III, phi delta phi, phi kappa SIGMA, Man- son; Whitesides, Henry Monroe, delta THETA PHI, kappa SIGMA, Chapel Hill. 414 Second Year First Row: Allsbrook, Richard Brown, alpha tau omega, phi delta phi, Roanoke Rapids; Blades, Lemuel Showell, III, phi alpha delta, Elizabeth City; Briley, William Frazier, phi alpha delta, pi kappa phi, fFilson; Broiighton, Howard Chalk, phi alpha delta, pi kappa alpha, Hertford. Second Row: Busby, Christopher Nutter, delta theta ph|, phi mu alpha, Landis; Butler, Jesse Lewis, delta theta phi. Chapel Hill; Clarkson, Francis 0., Jr., BETA theta pi, PHI DELTA PHI, Charlotte; Comer, John F., phi alpha DELTA, PI KAPPA ALPHA, Greensboro. Third Row: Downing, Harold Dean, delta theta phi, Fayetteville; Ellis, James Milton, Tarboro; Evans, David Savage, phi alpha delta, Chapel Hill; Gage, Gaston H., phi alpha delta, Charlotte. Fourth Row: Herring, Darius B., Jr., delta theta phi, pi kappa phi, Aberdeen; Holmes, Edward Shelton, beta theta pi, Leaksville; Homesley, Troy Clifton, Jr., KAPPA alpha, phi delta phi, Cherryville; Hudson, John Randolph, Jr., Brevard. Fifth Row: Kirkman, William Hugh, Jr., alpha tau omega, delta theta phi, Bur- lington; Lee, Richard R., phi delta phi, Mooresboro; Little, Robert Eugene, HI, kappa sigma, Wadesboro; Maready, Billy Frank, phi beta KAPPA, PHI delta phi, Chapel Hill. Sixth Row: Marks, Benjamin Sanford, Jr., zeta beta tau, Greensboro ; Milton, Hugh McRae, delta theta phi. Chapel Hill; Perry, Dan E., kappa sicma, Kinston ; Powell, William Arthur, Jr., delta theta phi. Chapel Hill. Seventh Row: Ransdell, PhiUip Clifton, phi alpha delta, Varina; Ransdell, William Garland, Jr., phi alpha delta, Varina; Roberts, Parks Allen, delta theta phi, Elklns; Rowe, Arthur R., phi alpha delta, Aberdeen. Eighth Row: Shea, Sara Anne, alpha omega pi, Spartanburg, S. C; Shelby, Stuart, New York, N. Y.; Short, WilUam Marcus, delta theta phi. Chapel Hill; Smith, Clyde, Jr., Greensboro. Ninth Row: Smith. Ritchie, delta theta phi. Fayetteville: Snyder, Keith Spurling, phi alpha delta, Lenoir; Suttle, William Wayne, delta theta phi, Marion; Taylor, Cooper Ellis, Jr., sicma chi, Raleigh. Tenth Row: Tison, Benjamin Thompson, HL sigma chi, phi delta phi, Charlotte; Toms, Herbert Logan, Jr., phi delta phi, Shelby; Wiggins, Richard McKenzie, delta theta phi. Chapel Hill; Yarborough, Charles Hill, Jr., PHI BETA KAPPA, PHI DELTA PHI, PHI ETA SIGMA, PI SICMA ALPHA, DELTA THETA PI, Concord. 415 First Year First Row: Aldridge, George Irvin, Yanceyville; Ballinger, Max D., Guilford College; Battle, Fred Gordon, Jr., pi kappa alpha, Greensboro; Batts, Bernice R., Wallace; Blum, Robert Joel, Greensboro. Second Row: Bolden, Connie Edward, Newton; Brown, Troy A., Jr., Tampa, Fla.; Campbell, John Manley, Burlington; Chambliss, Joseph Bar- row, ZETA PSi, Rocky Mount; Clark, Giles R., Elizabethtown. Third Row: Cleveland, Alfred Eugene, Murfreesboro; Coggin, George William, Star; Corbett, Luke Robinson, Pinehurst; Dixon, Robert Kirkman, Winston-Salem; Fleishman, Joel Lawrence, Fayetteville. Fourth Row: Frye, Henry E., Ellerbe; Golfarb, Carl, TAii epsilon phi. Chapel Hill; Guthrie, Selden Douglas, sigma alpha epsilon, Manteo; Hanson, Edward Josephus, Jr., Charlotte; Hester, Hugh Scott. Reidsville. Fifth Row: Hickman, Charles Wesley, Jr., Charlotte; Higgins, Henry Mills, Shelby; Hood, Roger Alan, CHI PSi, Chapel Hill; Kelso, Joseph Kenneth, alpha tau omega, A . Miami, Fla.; King, Robert Wat- kins, Jr.. Wilson. Sixth Row: Kiser, Jimmy Webb, sigma chi, Charlotte; Lester, Elizabeth Wray, Reidsville; Liles, John Wall, Jr., phi gamma delta, Sanford ' ; Logan, Phillip H., Shelby; Lomax, Henry Clyde, sigma chi, Chapel Hill. Seventh Row: Long, William Ray, Marion; Love, Jimmy Lewis, Sanford; McCul- •ough Wilham Henry, Lincolnton; McElroy, James Lawrence, Jr., Marshall; McLean, James Melvin, Harbinger. ma3 416 First Year First Row: McMurray, Paul Carlton, Spindale; Mahler, Harold Cooley, Four Oaks; Meekins, Fred Chapin, kappa alpha, AsheviUe; Miller, Nick Jr., PI kappa alpha, Charlotte; Milsted, Carl Stephen, Sivansboro. Second Row: Murphy, John Cecil, Bridgeport, W. Va.; Murray, Edgar M., Elon College; Neill, Richard V., kappa sicma. Fort Pierce, Fla.; Nelson, William Lee, phi delta theta, Robbins; Nowell, William Milton, Raleigh. Third Row: Paturis, Emmanuel Michael, beta gamma sigma, phi beta kappa, Wilmington.; Peel, William Robert, delta kappa epsilon, Wil- liamston; Peele, Stanley, Chapel Hill; Perry, Raymond Neal, kappa alpha, phi beta kappa, Danville, Va.; Pierce, Herbert Franklin, Wilson. Fourth Row: Poteat, Earmine Lee, Jr., Yanceyville; Rabil, Michael James, Weldon; Reid, David Edward, Jr., Gastonia; Reynolds, Ted Reaves, Wrightsville Beach; Rosser, Henry Thomas, Hamlet. Fifth Row: Sadler, Benjamin, Chapel Hill; Sanders, William Eugene, CHI phi, Asheboro; Sieber, Herman A., delta phi alpha. Chapel Hill; Smart, John K., Jr., Moorgsboro; Soles, Robert Charles, Jr., Tabor City. Sixth Rotv: Spence, Thomas K., Montreat; Tuggle, Richard James, beta GAMMA SIGMA, DELTA SIGMA PI, PHI BETA KAPPA, KannapollS; Walsh, James Ralph, theta chi, Lenoir; Warlick, Thomas Wilson, ALPHA tau omega, Newlon; Webb, Robert Gold, Wilson. Seventh Row: Williams, Clawson Lee, Jr., phi delta theta, Sanjord; Wilson, Ralph Lane, Hamlet. 417 Jt On Sunday morning, after gathering at the Old Well, graduating Tar Heels form a procession and make their last formal entrance to Memorial Hall for the commencement sermon. ( %CidcC€lti Pt Seniors and guests gather on-campus for the Lawn Concert presented by the UNC Band on Sunday afternoon. I 420 Mr. iMorehead ' s sundial was unveiled al graduation time in June 1956. Assistant Director of Student Activities Martha Decker serves Pharmacy School ' s Dean Brecht at the University Reception for commencement guests on Monday. The last meeting of the Senior Class and it seems as if Orientation is starting again, only you know more people and feel as if the pa st four years were something that happened in a day. Caps and gowns stick to you in the hot bright sun of a Chapel Hill day in June. Baccalaureate Sunday starts and then it ' s over, and you try to remember what the speaker said. You find that you are rushed now more than ever before, but the whole rush moves at an unbe- lievably slow pace. The trees hang lushly beside the buildings that will grow larger and softer as time separates you from them. You sit under the oaks late in the after- noon and listen to the Band Concert and all the old memories flood in and out of your mind. You won- der how it all could have happened in the few days since you came to Chapel Hill, but it did. Parents smile and shake hands with each other and you feel strangely embarrassed in sharing this with them. One last look will be taken at many things — it ' s a time for last things: the last test that you ' ll take, the last bridge game, the quiet dinner with that one girl, a last slow walk to some place that meant a lot for four years and now you ' re leaving it, that last night on the Hill when you look up at the sky and see that it ' s different here . . . Kenan Stadium is hot and you twist and think of the cold fall days and the games and the parties. The speaker drones on and occasionally someone coughs. Programs are smudged and used as fans, but it doesn ' t help. The sun goes down and it ' s cool for the first time in a week. Graduation is over and — while there is that lump in the throat which came with graduation and the reality of leaving Carolina and what will be considered the best years of your life — there is a whole new world outside. You won- der where you ' ll be next June . . . Chancellor House, President Friday and Governor Hodges present an interesting mood study during the bestowing of honorary degrees at graduation exercises Monday evening. ScMt Mn. Sc d Summer school constitutes two six-week periods in which the Carolina Way of Life means more than drearily attending classes and catching the campus cold along with everyone else. It is a time of year when scholastic responsibility for most is limited to two hour-and-a-half classes in the morning and to five days a week. You have a chance to sit out at Hogan ' s in the afternoon and enjoy the lush hot- ness of Piedmont North Carolina where the sun and water are as lazy and relaxed as the students. The sessions are broken by a Watermelon Festi- val and street dance and the little hard core of stu- dents here know how to enjoy themselves without rushing and trying to pack everything in over a two- day weekend. While enjoying the various cultural exhibits and presentations offered, there is also time and opportunity for contemplation and planning aimed toward next year. Excitement is present with- out frenzy and there never seems to be that push that always exists in the regular term. Nights are warm and intimate and you feel as if the whole outside world is open to you for the first time all year. You can move about without the crowds — the seclusion of Chapel Hill is something to be prized rather than escaped. Before you know it the starry nights are beginning to get a bit cool and fall is almost upon you. Summer school is over and you wonder where the dream life that floated around the Hill has gone. ' I lovi; watermelon. " ' says Dean Carniic!iaeI-plus-raincoal to Dr. Boyd as summer ' s children laugh it up. • 1 C 1 Summer school afternoon lab experiments often prove interesting, if not always successful. Chancellor House speaks on " A Modest Study of the Apostles " on a summer Sunday morning in the Forest Theatre. A summer ' s day, eight beautiful girls, one crown, penny votes, equals Watermelon Festival Queen! . . . one item as necessary to summer school as morn- ing classes and bathing suit. While everyone else has taken off for Hogan ' s, Myrtle or the cooler confines of a fraternity cellar, a lone Bermuda-clad Tar Heel bones up for that hour quiz. Graduate School The Graduate School offers advanced and specialized studies to qualified students who have completed work leading to a bachelor ' s degree. Graduate work leading to the master ' s and doctor ' s degree is offered in most of the Arts and Science departments. Professional graduate curricula are established in Business Administration, City and Regional Planning, Dentistry, Education, Library Science, Public Health, and Social Work. Graduate work is offered in thirty-nine Schools, Departments, and Curricula. William W. Pierson, Dean First Row: Allen, Archie C, Ash; Allmond, Ann Marshall, Thomasville; Allred, John Carl, Jr., Durham; Austin, Thomas Earney, Chapel Hill; Barber, Charles Raynor, lambda chi alpha, Goldston; Barkley, John Roberts, Raleigh. Second Row: Bernard, Margaret Ann, Asheboro; Bau- com, C. Howard, Rockingham; Belleza, Ines G., Molo, Iliolo City, Philippines; Berry, Roy Alfred, Newhehron, Miss.; Black, Hiram Bunyan, Matthews; Blakley, James A., Chapel Hill. Third Row: Bohler, Jack Clinton, Jr., Durham; Braje, Wilfried, Bielefeld, Germany; Brantley, Herbert, Chapel Hill; Brock- mann, Monique Huge, High Point; Burch, Eugene Lee, Jr., Charlotte; Burt, Johnny Joseph, lambda chi alpha, Enfield. Fourth Row: Carrera, Richard Nestor, Tampa, Fla.; Carter, Nancy Faust, Mrs., pi mu ep- SILON, Chapel Hill; Carter, Patricia Anne, Chapel Hill; Caston, Jessie Doug- las, SIGMA PHI EPSiLON, Mt. Pleasant; Cazin, John, Jr., Follansbee, W. Va.; Chatham, Jack Edward, Greensboro. Fifth Row: Cheng, Henry Cheng, Tuipei, Taiwan, China; Cheng, Shu-Sing, Taipei, Taiwan, China; Coffey, Howard Thomas, Bristol, Va.; Cofield, Ann Ellen, Edenton; Con- nor, Luther Thomas, Winchester, Va.; Connor, Ray M., phi gamma delta, Chapel Hill. Sixth Row: Cooper, Nelvin Eugene, High Point; Covington, Benjamin McLauchlin, phi beta kappa, phi eta SIGMA, Wadesboro; Crenshaw, Colleen Emily, Asheville; Curtis, Erie Thorburn, Greensboro; Dale, John Irvin, HI, Knoxville, Tenn.; Davis, Eugene Baughman, sicma chi. Mount Olive. 1 " First Row: Dawson, Robert William, Elmhurst, N. Y.; Bearing, G. Lucille, Haddon field, N. ].; Deaton, William Alexander, Statesville ; Dessouky, Yehia Mostafa, PHI DELTA CHI, Cairo, Egypt; DiFazio, Cosmo A., KAPPA PSl, RHO CHI, CUjton, N. J.; Draper, Norman Richard, South- ampton, England. Second Row: Finley, David Alexander, Marian; Ga- lasso, George John, Bronx, N. Y.; Gilli- kin. Dure Jo, Wilmington; Glass, Alice Irene, Greensboro; Gnanadesikan, Ra- manathan, Madras, India; Gonzales, Jorge, Lima, Peru. Third Row: Graham, William Neill, PI kappa alpha, Hamlet; Green, Luther Andrew, Whita- kers; Gwynn, John Minor, Jr., SIGMA NU, Chapel Hill; Hall, Thomas Joseph, St. Pauls; Harmon, Jean, kappa KAPPA GAMMA, Des Moines, Iowa; Harris, Jean Marie, Lynchburg, Va. Fourth Row: Hassan, Tawfik Ahmed, Cairo, Egypt; Hawfield, Helen Houston, Monroe; Heath, Robert Winship, phi beta kappa, PHI eta SIGMA, PI MU EPSILON, SIGMA CHI, Chapel Hill; Hills, F. Allan, Roanoke Rapids; Hodgin, Charles Mil- ton, Greensboro; Hoover, Robert L., PHI KAPPA SIGMA, SIGMA PI SIGMA, At- lanta, Ga. Fifth Row: Home, Cecil Cohen, kappa alpha. Forest City; Hunt, Ralph Palmer, pi kappa phi, Lexington; Jauregui, Waldo Canevaro, La Paz, Bolivia; Johnson, Andrew Emerson, HI, CHl beta phi, chi phi, omicron delta kappa, tau kappa alpha, Monterey, Va.; Johnson, Fritz Kreisler, sigma gamma epsilon, Dur- ham; Johnson, Jerry Jerome, Four Oaks. Sixth Row: Johnson, Rophelia Simpson, Mrs., Nor- folk, Va.; Jones, Aaron Jay, Chapel Hill; Joyner, Edna Stokes, Farmville; Joyner, John Russell, Farmville; Keller, James Hawthorne, Columbia, S. C; Khury, Laila Spiro, Ramallah, Jordan. Seventh Row: Koontz, Edwin E., Salisbury; Kornegay, Zebulon Vance, Bennettsville, S. C; Jordan, Kenneth Harold, Tabor City; Lanier, Gene D., phi sigma pi, Conway; Larson, Albert J., kappa sigma, Rochelle, III; Lonon, Irma Louise, Marion. Eighth Row: Lovings, Lewis Edward, Greensboro; Lowder, Lloyd Grey, Albemarle; Lowe, William Franklin, Jr., Gastonia; McAl- lister, Sarah Billopp, Covington, Va.; McGee, Hubert, Jr., tau kappa epsilon, Greenville ; McKeel, Luther. Jr., Wilson. Ninth Row: Maben, Elizabeth Haynie, delta gamma, Crewe, Va.; Marimon, Nancy Forsythe, Mt. Pleasant, Utah; Marrin, Marthena, Croton.on-Hudson, N. Y.; Mauldin, Rob- ert Smith, Jr., Hueytown, Ala.; May- danis, Peter N., Charlotte; Mesbahi, Manuchehr, Teheran, Iran. Tenth Row: Mewborn, Ancel Clyde, La Grange; Milhauser, Charles John, phi beta kappa. New York, N. Y.; Miller, Billy Wilson. Morganton; Moore, Charles Spencer, Troy; Moore, Elizabeth, Delco; Moore, Tommy Harte, delta sigma pi, Kannapolis. Graduate School First Row: Newman, Bobbie Pearl, Greensboro; Nixon, Demelrios F., Charlotte; Nor- man, Velio, PHI BETA KAPPA, Newberry, S. C; Norwood, Mary Lowrie, Chapel Hill; Pate, Charles Richard, Chapel Hill; Perry, Celia Jan, Bailey. Second Row: Pleasants, Francis, Jr., Aberdeen; Poo- vey, Jerry Postel, sigma phi epsilon, Durham; Pope, Louis Billy, phi delta kappa, Kernersville ; Ramirez, Corazon F., Quezon. City, Philippines; Ranch, Robert Karl, Sanford; Revelle, Nancy Moss, Woodland. Third Row: Rinaldi, Frank Joseph, Waterbury, Conn.; Ritchie, Charles Homer, Con- cord; Sanders, Franklin David, Balti- more, Md.; Sanford, James Kenneth, Enka; Scates, Hiram Shaw, Jr., lambda CHI alpha, phi alpha theta, Memphis, Tenn.; Scott, Nell Jean, Goldsboro. Fourth Row: Shuford, William Harris, phi kappa phi, PI delta phi, SIGMA DELTA PI, Hickory; Sigman. Hal C, alpha kappa psi, Greens- boro; Smith, Roy L, Stan field; Soller, Rose Lily Belarmino, Manila, Philip- pines; Speir, Ashley Cobb, Jr., delta kappa epsilon, Tarboro; Stacy, Betty Anne, Nebo. Fifth Row: Stirewalt, Mary Louise, Granite Falls; Tatum, Donald King, kappa alpha, Asheville; Tanaka, Tetsuo, Kaniakura, Japan; Tomlin, Mary Lou, Washington, D. C; Trott, L. John, New London; Trull, Margaret L., Hillsboro. Sixth Row: Tucker, Donald W., Albemarle; Turner, Florence Geraldine, Stoneville; Turpin, Frances M., Hickory; Tuttle, Arthur Norman, Jr., Richmond, Va.; Walker, John W., Rutherfordton; Walter, Paul Browning, Asheville. Seventh Row: Ward, Robert Sloane, Jr., Fayetteville; Warren, Joan Patricia, Winston-Salem; Weaver, Barry Roland, Fayetteville, Ark.; Wells, David Marsden, Wilming- ton; Wheliss, Joseph Denson, phi gamma delta, Rockingham; White, William Allen, delta sigma phi, delta sigma pi. Shallot te. Eighth Row: Whittinghill, Diana, Chapel Hill; Wilks, Judith Ann, alpha omicron pi, phi beta kappa. Fort Wayne, Ind.; Williamson, James Lafayette, Forest City; Wood, Charles Donald, phi sigma kappa, Lex- ington, Ky.; Yates, Billy Lee, Thomas- ville; Young, James Fred, Burnsville; Yuen. Ronald C, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Accor isttesc kallli n orWyi ten NmI Americi FAClin koiii Ri fe.A.1 KiuiBkL V 426 School of Public Health t- -1 H 1 Hi ftlHi 11 MBC Edward G. McGavran, Dean According to Dean McGavran, " Public Health is the science of the diagnosis and treatment of the health needs and status of the total community — or body politic as an entity. " UNO ' s School of Public Health, the fourth oldest school of its kind in the United States and one of the ten North American schools accredited by the American Public Health Association, incorporates this way of thinking into its curriculum. Profes- sional people taking postgraduate work learn to function as inter-disciplinary community health teams through core courses, lectures, lab and field experience. The school, the focal training and serv- ice point for an integrated state-wide health pro- gram, attracts students from many other states and foreign countries. FACULTY. First Row: Elizabeth McMahon, Ruth Hay, Margaret Blee, Lucy Morgan, Eunice Tyler, Rosemary Kent, Margaret Dolan. Second Row: John Larsh, James Thayer, Bernard Pasternak, Thomas Donnelly, Warfield Garson, Roger Howell, George Doak, Charles Weiss, A. Hughes Bryan, Sidney S. Chipman, James Case. Third Row: Bernard Greenberg, Emil Chanlett, John Wright, Marvin Granstrom, Kurt Back, John Cassel. Fourth Row: Edmund Gehan, James Hendricks, Dean Edward McGavran, Charles Cameron, David Duncan. 427 PUBLIC HEALTH NUJIW 1 1U. , ADMINISTRATION, AND PARASITOLOG First Row: Lu, Quinones, Pfeffer, Makarananda, Crase, Zawahry, Virabland, Ko, Haider, Grant, Naraini, Goulson, Iralu. Second Row: Langhara, Kula, Stout, Casslitt, Mayes, Blanks, Workman, Ivey, Harris, Odom, Indrabhakti, Asis, Van Zandt, Yarinsky. Third Row: Koomen, Song, Dantzler, Peck, Hansell, Saunders, Despain, Shanks, Crump, Moore, Sudds. PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATION First Row: McKinnon, Rodgers, Delgado-Murphy, DePaoIi, Lu, Southwood, Setzer, Wettrick. Second Row: McElrath, Koo, Wasi, Myint, Dinh, Bauer, Burkett. Third Row: McMahan, Andrews, Richards, Charlton, Foster, Hunter. k Ganewatte, 428 PUBLIC HEALTH NURSES First Row: Rodriguez, Lunn, Godsey, Sots, Quesada, Weiss, Ipsen, Constant, Oreamuns. Second Row: Garcia, Mallicoat, Hotaling, Coveny, McDonald, Davis. Third Row: Redfun, Garland, Benvegar, Tucker, Keller, Spell, Butler. Fourth Row: David, Smith, Kelly, Crane, Watkins, Kuemmerer. Fifth Row: Shell, Elterick, Winstead, Dougherty, Miller, Patterson, Gardner, Plemmons, Wedemeyer. DEPARTMENT OF SANITARY ENGINEERING Seated: Walden, Jauregui, Gonzales, Klein, Acra, Todd, Sharpe, Brown, Shearer. Standing: Mesbahi, Davis, F. Johnson, Marden, Shaw, Pattillo, Rhodes, Sweeney, S. Johnson, Patterson, Jones, Glenn, Siroonian, Rios. 429 Dusk creeps over the campus, as seen from the terrace of the Morehead Building. ( a ftfiu Sccftc Spring foliage shelters Bingham Hall, the center of English learning at UNC. UNC ' s life ' s blood flows from the heart of the Carolina campus — South Building and environs. -ii ' l liggetr Myers Tobacco Co. HERE ' S TO LAUGHTER. . . AND PLEASURES YOU ' VE EARNED! LIKE THE REAL SATISFACTION OF A REAL SMOKE, A CHESTERFIELD WITH BIG FULL FLAVOR THAT COMES SMILING THROUGH . . . THE SMOOTHEST TASTING SMOKE TODAY, BECAUSE IT ' S PACKED MORE SMOOTHLY BY EXCLUSIVE ACCU RAY. TAKE YOUR PLEASURE BIG .. . SMOKE FOR REAL smoke CHESTERFIELD 432 The Carolina Inn Hosts for the University on all occasions Operating a Dining Room and The Carolina Inn Cafeteria SlITTOrS DRUG STORE Walgreen Agency Tar Heel ' s Drug and Prescription Shop Cosmetics, School Supplies Fountain Service, and Gifts Phone 5531 -Store Phone 9-8781 - Prescription UNIVERSITY FLORIST AND GIFT SHOP 124 East Franklin Street Chapel Hill It ' s PACE IN GLENN LENNOX For the Finest in Furniture and Accessories 433 EDGE ON FASHION i. 1. OF CHAPEL HILL Complimenfs of THE VARSITY THEATER The Corner Hangout For Prescriptions For Fountain Service SLOAN DRUG CO. On the Corner Across from Theater DILLON SUPPLY COMPANY Mill — Industrial and Contractors Supplies Plumbing and Heating Equipment Industrial and Home Water Systems Irrigation — Sawmill Equipment GENERAL SUPPLIERS FOR EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS Raleigh — Durham — Rocky Mount Goldsboro AJ.J.J.J.J.A4.J.J.XJ.X4.4..I.4.4.. .X4.X4.J.X.».4.XJ.J;XJ.AA AXAA I + ' t-+-i " t " i-+ ' t-++ ' t-+++ ' t " i-++++ ' t " lr ' t " t " t " t " t- ' t " » " i ' r ' prTTrT ' rT 434 TKe Finest in IVIen ' s Clotiiing ■ — -yr) -yy yo iSi Q 7 ? ? ,4 BOB COX MONK JENNINGS HOWARD JOHNI ON ' S ON THE DURHAM ROAD Complete garage service for all make cars STANCELL MOTOR COMPANY Phillips 66 service • 24 hour wrecker service 435 CHAPEL HILL TIRE CO. Complete Dial Service 9-2621 Compliments of Crowell Little Motor Co. New Location on Durham Highway Congrafulafions TO ANOTHER GRADUATING CLASS mmU BARBER SHOP " Since 1903 " THE UNIVERSITY PRINTERY HANK " HARRINGTON East Franklin Street Chapel Hill 436 tl t fo f CONGRATULATIONS To the Class of ' 57 GEORGE BARCLAY ' S TEXACO STATION Corner Columbia Franklin Foister ' s Camera Store, Inc. Photographic Supplier for the Professional and Amateur Photographer CHAPEL HILL, N. C. Gompliments of FITCH LUMBER COMPANY TflWI (OITRY HOTELS Haywood Duke, President The King Cotton Sedgefield Inn Greensboro, North Carolina Thanking you for your patronage WENTWORTH SLOAN JEWELERS 437 i enn J- ei nax APARTMENTS AND SHOPPING CENTER CONGRATULATES THE CLASS OF 1957 QUALITY COBLE DAIRY PRODUCTS i-? " " •»« 7 COBLE HOMOGENIZED Milk Congratulations to the Class of 1957 Pepsi-Oola Bottling Company Durham — Burlington 438 ] First in Fashion since 1 885 £UC b.Mf 1 mm 1 1 DURHAM AND GREENSBORO +++•(••»•++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ STATIONERY — GIFTS SCHOOL SUPPLIES Ledbetter- Pickard Chapel Hill Wherever You Go Whatever You Do Good books are as close as your nearest mailbox THE INTIMATE BOOKSHOP 205 E. Franklin Street 439 THE PORTRAITS IN THIS YEARBOOK WERE MADE BY SMITH STUDIO ataaxavkct ratavi OFFICIAL PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR THE " 1957 YACKETY YACK " 12 EAST HARGETT STREET RALEIGH NORTH CAROLINA 440 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 57 " The Dairy Store " West Franklin Street J ' ' Hr . 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Zenith Hearing Aids and Batteries Fittings and Adjusting 442 I ++++++++■ •+++++•»•++•(• ' •+• •++•(•+• •+ ' •+++++++• •+++ UGGINS ARDWARE ROBERT ROLLINS BLAZERS, IJVa 832 Broadway New York, N. Y. Specialized Blazer Service to UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ALEXANDERS SHOES Chapel Hill ' s only Exclusive Shoe Store WHIPPLE ' S ESSO SERVICE CENTER End of Four Lone Chapel Hill-Durham Highway 443 WHEN VISITING CHAPEL HILL Remember UNIVERSITY MOTEL is one of Carolina ' s finest motels AND for steaks and sea foods at their very best, it ' s THE PINES Highway 54 East Chapel Hil For All Your Electrical Needs Electric Construction Company Since 1935 Jusf Off The Campus 165 East Franklin Street Chapel Hill TAR HEEL CLEANERS West Franklin Street Pick-up and Delivery Service Telephone 9-1461 444 .pouas. Flower Shop Opposite the Post Office by appointment Yack Beauty Court Congratulations to the Class of ' 57 GEORGE BARCLAY ' S Texaco Station The Best in Service Corner Franklin and Columbia Best Wishes to ' 57 PETE THE TAILOR Serving the Students for Quality Tailoring rfTTf fTTT ffTrrrTrrr ' r ' rrrTTrrf ■ffTTTTTTrrT Compliments of MILTON ' S CLOTHING CUPBOARD East Franklin St. 445 The New York Life Agent on Your Campus Is a Good Man to Know GEORGE L. COXHEAD UNC ' 42 Campus Representative A Mutual Co. Founded 1845 Compliments of A ' niS MOTOR CO. Dodge - Plymouth Dealer NE Af YORK LIFE iNSURANCB COMPANY Furniture and Electrical Connpcinif 106 Rosemary Phone 8-7121 41 4 W.Franklin Next to Hospital Savings LCUME ALUMNI f j..)..j..). ..t..t..t. . . . . . . . r P P .i|. ..t. . . . ..t..t. . ..t--t-tttt tTTTTTtTT 446 Compliments of Best Wishes Class of 1957 Julian ' s College Shop MAURICE JULIAN ' 38 PETE AND SPERO SAY: JOIN THE CROWDS at the GOODY SHOP University Cleaners CLEANING — PRESSING Chapel Hill, N. C. Plant Phone 9-1901 — Office Phone 4921 rTrTr ' rrrTTTT+++++++++ ' t-+-t " i " i ' +-t ' ++ ' t " t " i- ' ir ' t ' ++++ Compliments of Harriss - Conners CHEVROLET Sales and Servica 501 W. Franklin St. — Chapel Hill, N. C. 447 S i KIN6SP0RT PRESS COVERS BY KINGSKRAFT KiNGSPORT Press, Inc Kingsport, Tennessee S H lAILUliS Sompfefe aifor 5etn ice fo. S apef iSfiff Here ' s a Bird You ' ll Want to Know! Graduate to Greater Food Savings At Your Friendly COLONIAL STORES Chapel Hill, N. 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The book has been printed and bound, with great care and consider- able pleasure by GARAMOND PRESS BALTIMORE 1957 % Printers of College Yearbooks 451 rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrmrir-iriri-iri-i-i-i-i- ' tt ' t+tiri-i-tri- ' +++++++•»• ' •++++++++++ ' (•++ ' - • ■t-+++TT-i-++ ' 4-++++ ' GO NAVY GO NATIVE jt— r ' ;,r, ,f f y :ij ? P - rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTf TfTTTf TTTfTf TTTTTTTT ' 452 4 I t Capacity crowds filled Kenan Stadium this fall Silent Sam . . . and the inevitable squirrel. Prophet among the masses . . . Ray Jefferies at Winter Germans concert. . . after a big party weekend. A dverllsements These are the businessmen, firms and companies which advertise in your yearbook. Their livelihood depends upon courteous, efficient service to you as a student and as part of the general American public. They need you even as you need them to supply necessities and luxuries. Close co-operation betv een student and advertiser v ill result in a happier and more prosperous life for both. Chesterfield Cigarettes University Printer Smith Studio Wentworth and Sloan Garamond Press Intimate Bookshop Charlotte Engraving Carolina Barber Shop Bank of Chapel Hill Ledbetter Pickard Pines Restaurant Huggins University Motel Pace Kingsport Press Crowell Little Motor Glen Lennox Development Corp. University Florist Howard Johnson Restaurant Colonial Stores Carolina Inn Robert Rollins Blazers Town and Country Hotels Tar Heel Cleaners Foisfers Camera Store Electric Construction Co. Suttons Drug Store University Cleaners Stevens Shepherd Harriss Conners Motor J. B. Robbins NU-Way Cleaners Kemps Julians College Shop Coble Dairy Belk Leggett Horton New York Life Insurance Fitch Lumber Dillon Supply Smith Prevost Cleaners Durham Pepsi E. A. Brown Typewriter Exchange Chapel Hill Tire Co. Long Meadow Dairy College Shu-Fixery Fowlers Williams Pure Oil Station The Little Shop Rosemary Laundry Durham Coke City Optical Co. Barclay ' s Service Station Whipples Gas Stancell Motor Alexanders Shoe Store Ellis Stone Pete the Tailor The Goody Shop Miltons Clothing Cupboard Carolina Florist S W Tailors Varsity Theater Johnson Stowd Ward Sloan Drug Store Yates Motor Town and Campus Go Navy 454 Index A Administration 105 Advertising 431 AFROTC 285 Alpha Epsilon Delta 374 Alpha Delta Pi 38 Alpha Gamma Delta 40 Alpha Kappa Psi 378 Alpha Phi Omega 375 Alpha Tau Omega 54 Amphoterothen Society 373 APRIL 354 Arnold Air Society 292 B Band, UNC 112 Baptist Student Union 196 Baseball 357 Basketball 185 Beat Dook, PiKA 174 Beauties 157 Beauty Contest 156 Beta Gamma Sigma 377 Beta Theta Pi 56 C Cardboard, UNC 115 Carolina Forum 303 Carolina Playmakers 298 Carolina Quarterly, The 410 Cheerleaders 116 Chi Omega 42 Chi Phi 58 Chi Psi 60 Consolidated University Student Council 342 Cosmopolitan Club 326 D Daily Tar Heel, The 406 Dance Committee 304 Debate Council 302 DECEMBER 182 Dedication 4 Delta Delta Delta 44 Delta Kappa Epsilon 62 Delta Sigma Pi 380 Delta Theta Phi 382 Delta Upsilon 64 Dental Hygiene 352 Dentistry, School of 345 Diaelectic Senate 300 Dormitory Life 152 E Elections 344 Executive Branch, Student Government 334 F Fall Germans 130 FEBRUARY 282 Fencing 296 Fine Arts 297 Football 117 Fraternities 51 Freshmen 21 Future Teachers of America 326 Germans, Fall 130 Germans, Winter 306 Gimghoul 310 Glee Club, Men ' s 299 Golden Fleece, Order of the 367 Golf 363 Gorgon ' s Head Lodge 308 Graduate School 424 Graduation 420 Graham Memorial 227 Graham Memorial Activities Board 230 Grail, Order of the 368 H Hillel Foundation 198 Hogan ' s 404 Homecoming 128 Honoraries 365 Interdormitory Council, Men ' s 154 Interfraternity Council 52 Intramurals lo4 JANUARY 224 Judicial Branch, Student Government 338 JUNE 418 Juniors 201 Kappa Alpha 66 Kappa Alpha Old South 356 Kappa Delta 46 Kappa Epsilon 387 Kappa Psi 388 Kappa Sigma 68 Lambda Chi Alpha 70 Law, School of 411 Legislative Branch, Student Government 336 Lutheran Student Association 199 M MARCH 322 Master of Business Administration Club 376 MAY 400 Medicine, School of 393 Men ' s Council 339 Men ' s Glee Club _ 299 Men ' s Interdormitory Council 154 Minataurs, Order of the 309 Monogram Club 360 455 Index N National Student Association 342 Newman Club 199 NOVEMBER 148 NROTC 327 Nursing, School of 175 O OCTOBER 102 Old South, Kappa Alpha 356 Old Well, Order of the 369 Order of the Golden Fleece 367 Order of the Grail 368 Order of the Minataurs , 309 Order of the Old Well 369 Order of the Sheiks 311 Orientation 20 P Panhellenic Council 37 Pharmacy, School of 313 Pharmacy Senate 314 Phi Alpha Delta 383 Phi Beta Kappa 370 Phi Delta Chi 390 Phi Delta Phi 384 Phi Delta Theta 72 Phi Eta Sigma 372 Phi Gamma Delta 74 Phi Kappa Sigma 76 Phi Kappa Sigma Centennial 129 Philanthropic Assembly 301 Phi Mu Alpha 385 Pi Beta Phi 4S Pi Delta Phi 386 PiKA Beat Dook 174 Pi Kappa Alpha 78 Pi Kappa Phi 80 Pi Lambda Phi 82 Play makers, Carolina 298 Professionals 365 Psi Omega 391 Publications 405 Publications Board 410 Public Health, School of 427 R Religion 191 Registered Nurses 181 Rho Chi 386 Rushing 34 S Sabre Air Command 292 St. Anthony Hall 84 Scabbard and Blade 332 School of Dentistry 345 School of Law 411 School of Medicine 393 School of Nursing 175 School of Pharmacy 313 School of Public Health 427 Seniors 233 SEPTEMBER 18 Sheiks, Order of the 311 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 86 Sigma Alpha Delta 312 Sigma Chi 88 Sigma Chi Derby 362 Sigma Gamma Epsilon 373 Sigma Nu 90 Sigma Phi Epsilon 92 Soccer 151 Social Orders 307 Sophomores 131 Sororities 35 Splash Club 296 State Student Legislature 341 Stray Greeks 36 Student Council 340 Student Entertainment Committee 232 Student Government 333 Student Legislature 336 Summer Cruise, NROTC 331 Summer School 422 Swimming 293 Tar Babies 127 Tau Epsilon Phi 94 Tennis 402 Theta Chi 96 Track 324 u UNC Band 112 UNC Cardboard 115 University Club 114 University Party 343 Valkyries 366 W Wesley Foundation 197 Winter Germans 306 Women ' s Athletic Association 200 Women ' s Council 338 Women ' s Residence Council 153 Wrestling 284 Xi Psi Phi 392 Yackety Yack 408 Y-Court 104 Young Men ' s Christian Association 194 Young Republicans Club 150 Young Women ' s Christian Association 192 Zeta Beta Tau 98 ZetaPsi 100 456 233 18 311 86 312 313 90 9-2 131 30- 131 35 2% 341 36 3« 232 333 .336 331 12; 32} 112 115 313 Wi 153 la


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