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Bii MliliiiWilP THE LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA THE COLLECTION OF NORTH CAROLINIANA C378 UPy 1959 C.3 UNIVERSITY OF NC AT CHAPEL HILL 00016885195 This book may be kept out one month unless a recal notice is sent to you. It must be brought to the North Carolina Collection (in Wilson Library) for renewal. published by " the students of the University of North CaroHna, Chapel Hill, North Carolina C ffUA cyfy iT njt editor busim ' ss managc i - ' t s -M- ' - V „ _ v ? L JJH iV ii 1 xt oJi CTCjio ouX , , The traditional symbol of Carolina, the Old Well Parkers protest, as the no-arm bandits swing into action. The founding of the Universitij is commcmoraled in front of South Building. ti !35aK £25=S3r N ,.- ' l: _ Ul y ' r B The quiet benttty o Coker Arboretum has charmed m.any a passerby. The lazy ajternoon, the girl, and . . . Q UL Who doesn ' t mind raising a little Cain on Saturday afternoon? CH -cxa lL Cj cS-. Omvm4 |ko« QlOLUj[ A little liappier noic that loe ' re winning: That cigarette between classes is a sure thought-provoker. Tlie music man to many generations of UNC students. in all his glory. The inllage in the valley of liumility. GL -vnaiiQJTilvrrv _ 0Ut .9JS e Franklin Street . . . casual yet sophisticated. vJl5u -u«A4et ' yv£j9[ttv_ It " : Down this ivay for Cliff or Joe ' s hot roast beef sandwich. It ' s not the company hut the hour that makes the difference. College is also sUidying, and this gentleman proves that it can be done. -tue.- ' Wo ' JkL Blazer concentrates oji the game- on the field and off. -Vj e. " OJ The Old Well ivith South Building in the background provides a nice setting for bench-sitting. The bustle of students between classes diiring the year is a familiar sight to all of us. It seems that this campus is a mile icicle, at least when you ' re on joot. i • That time oj feeling the accomplishments oj our briej, and not so brie , stay at Carolina. I k a__rmejOJA.vM 3l — It doesn ' t take words to see the meaning here. f W w wm ? M m U ' ' • » - 1 •..V . r V • • • I TABLE OF CONTENTS FRESHMEN 20 Administration 29 Student Government 41 Military 65 Fraternities 77 SOPHOMORES 132 Fine Arts 145 Publications 157 JUNIORS 167 Sororities 187 Religious Organizations 205 SENIORS 216 Honoraries 259 Professionals 275 SPECIAL SCHOOLS 282 Nursing 285 Pharmacy 295 Dental Hygiene 311 GRADUATION 314 STUDENT LIFE 320 Beauties 329 GRADUATE SCHOOLS 346 Graduate School 349 Law 353 Health Affairs 361 SPORTS 378 Morale Organizations 411 INDEX AND ADVERTISEMENTS 416 From the opening days of orientation, " Freddy Frosh " began to adapt himself to the Carolina way of life. School work was often sacrificed to frater- nity visiting and hand shaking, and football week- ends gave him little time to adjust to school life. By the end of the first semester, he was asking the same questions: Where am I, and what does it all mean? " Freddy " soon found himself supplying a part of the important foundations in politics, the " Y, " musical oi ' ganizations, publication staffs, sports, and the Carolina spirit. By the end of the spring semester, " Freddy " had gained a measure of self-confidence. H e felt that he knew where he was, and what he was doing. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS VP BPmii prj m w ' J IP 1 V- , 1 B -- .i H IM m 1 H M m l - JZ- JEY DEIFELL President Left to riglit: Tmhi AUxander, Treasurer; Edward Manning, Vice-President; r Ia-xine Greenfield, Secretary; Peggy Costner, Social Chairman. naaa First Row : Abell. James Curtis, Vanceyville: Ab slier. Henrj ' Grav. North Wilkesboro; Adams. James Benton. Wake Forest: Adams. Jimmy B.. Hiftti Point: Adler. Barrj " Lynn. Mor§ranton: , iken, Wil- liam Marion. Statesville: .Alexander. Samuel Davidson. Jr.. Swannanoa: Alexander. Thomas W. H.. Raleigh. Second How : Allen. Arch Turner, III. Raleigh; Allen, Chas. Snead. Jr.. Durham; . IIen. James Forrest. Elkin : Alligood. CJeiie Rogers. Elizabeth City: . mos. Donald Lambert. Murphy; .Anderson. James Hale. Charlotte; Anderson. William Nelson. Zebulon: Anderson. Zollie Xeil. Jr.. Mocksville. Third Row: . ndre v. Herbert Allen. Greensboro; Armstrong. Clarence Rodney. Kan- napolis: . rmstrong. James Franklin. Jr.. Elizabeth City; Arnold. Bruce Lowe. Arlington. Va.; . rzt. Gary Joel. Fcjrest Hills. X. Y.: Atkins. Clyde Kelly, .- anford; .■Kttkisson. Wayne Page. Kiiiston; . vent. Frank Harper, Florence. S. C. Fourth Row: Avent. Fred Campbell. Florence, S. C: Averitt, Steven Havwowl, Winston- Salem; .■ very, Frank Walton, Winston- Salem; . ycock, Frank Bayard, HL Currituck : Bailey, Jon Pennington, Vienna, Va.; Baity, James Oliver. Mount Airj ' : Baker. James Herman. Nashville; Baldwin. Roy Eugene. . she ville. Fifth Roir : Ballance, Rov DeVan, Four Oaks; Ballenger. Donna Grav, Chapel Hill; Barhee. Albert Douglas, Durham; Bar ker, Ku(l Watkins. Carrboro: Barnes. Larr - . llen. Fairmont; Barnes, Larry Kufus, Concord: Barnett, Jerrv Martin, Durham; Barnwell, James Alexander, Jr., Burlington. .SiX i Row: Barrier, Edward Lee, Jonas Ridge; Barringer. David McKenzie, Durham; Barshay, Hyman Stadiem, Wilson; Basinger, .Andrew Marshall, Charlotte: Bates, George William, Derita ; Baxter, John Robert, New Bern; Beam, Calvin Mack. Dallas; Bean. KichanI Calder bank. Haddonfleld. N. .1. Seventh Roiv: Beardslev. James .Arthur. Hope Mills; Beaslev. William Keff. Monriw; Beaty. Robert Archie. Jr.. Monroe: Beatv. Robert Henry. Charlotte: Beck. Rich- ard Dale. Statesville; Beel. William Hooper. Durham; Bell. Christopher Johnstone. Lebanon. N. H.; Bell. Joseph Oscar. HL Tuxedo. Eighth Row: Belmont. Jorge . lejandro, Lima. Peru; Bender. George Walker. Fayetteville; Bender. Ralph Starling. Winston- Salem; Bergamo. Donald John. Middle- town. X, V,: Bernstein, William Mau- rice. Goldsboro; Berrier. Jerry Lynn. .Mocksville: Biggers. James Larry. Charlotte; Bilbro. Robert Hodges. Greenville. Xinth Row: Birkenstock. Robert H.. Larcliniont. N. Y.; Biser, Linda . nne. Kings Mountain; Bishop. Edward Shockey. Jr.. Hagerstown. Md.: Bishop. Ricland Keen. I ' luvells Point: Bivens. Thomas .l " cl. Jr.. (Greensboro; Black. Donalil W.. I ' lamiome. X. Y.: Black. Douglas S.. New Kensington. Pa.; Blackburn. Charles Gene, l.awndale. Tenth Row: Blackford. Frank Robertson. Jr.. Vir- ginia Beach. Va.: Blackman. John Walton. HL Fremont: Blake. Charles Edward. Southport; Blum. Peter E.. Cedarhurst, N. Y.; Bondi. Peter Albert. - bington. Pa.; Borth. Richard . nthony. Raleigh: Bowman. Robert Carrol. Mar- shall: Boyette. Mosley Graham, Carth- Eleventh Row : Bradley. Gerald McKiidey. Charlotte; Bradley. Herbert Weathersbee. Jr.. Columbia. S. C; Bragassa. Sara Eliza- beth. Carv; Brent. John William, Bronxville. N. Y.; Brewer. Sebert. Jr.. Chattanooga. Tenn.; Bridger. Barry Bruton. Bladenboro; Briggs. Raymond Bruce. Canton; Briggs. Robert Edson. Bethesda, Md. Twelfth Row: Brinson. Oscar Rugb. Fayetteville: Briscoe. David Daniel. RuUi: Broad- well. Donald Graham. Fuguay Springs; Bromwell. James Edward. Baltimore. -Md.; Brooker. Reginald John. Valdese; Browder. James Patterson, III, Chat- tanooga, Tenn.: Brown. Charlie How- ard. Selma: Brown. Donald Edward. Atlanta. Ga. 20 First Row : Brown. Holnian Foster, Durham; Brown. James Peter. Scarsdale. N. Y.: Brown. John Riley. III. Greensboro; Brown. Kingman Bliss. Washington. I). C; Brown. Theron Renifry. Jr.. . tlanta. Ga.; Brown. Walter Von. Cliarlotte; Brown. William Ronald. Moncure: Browning, Hays Rittenhouse. Jr.. Washington. D. C. Seroiid How : Biran. Brenda Jean. Wilmington: Bnan. David Carroll. Fayetteville: Brvan, Victor Carl. Wallace; Brjan. William Sturges. Oxford; Buch. Alan Dennis. Warren. Ohio; Buchan. Rich- ard Duke. Henderson: Buchanan. Ed- ward Higgs. Greenville; Bueschev. Brent Joseph. New Orleans, La. Third Roir: Buie. John Gilbert. Jr.. Fayetteville; Bumgarner. Carl Bins. Lenoir: Bur- man. Fredrio Howard. Baltimore. Md.; Burnett. Timothy Brooks. Greensboro; Burroughs. Paul Leach. Raleigh; Bur- rus. James Carter. Englehard; Butler. Algernon Lee. Jr.. Clinton; Butler. Lester Aaron. Jr.. Concord. F :nrtli Row: Butler. Thomas Lee. Raleigh; Buxton. David Emerson, Chevy Chase. Md.; Byrd. Harold Cronin. Angier: Caligan. Sydney Ferguson. Jr.. Wadesboro: Callaghan. Robert Morse. Charlottes- ville. a.; Campbell. George Worth. Jr.. High Point; Candler. William K.. Candler: Cannon, Thomas Roberts. Ra- leigh. Fifth Row: Caraker. David Pierce. Fayetteville: Carawan. William Colton. Goldsboro; Carlton. John Garland. Jr.. Richmond. Va.; Carney. James Terrence. Wil- mington; Carpenter. Charles Berman. Claremont; Carpenter. Jerr y Wayne. Shelby: Carr. Alpheus Branch, Jr., Wil- son; Carraway, Lowell Jan. Snow Hill. Sixth Row: Carroll. Charles Marion. Shelby; Car- roll. Mary Margaret. Durham; Carter, .lack Franklin. Jr.. Southern Pines; Carter. William Baker. Washington : Cartwright. Thomas Crawley. Durham: Caner. James Elihu. Roxboro; Cash. Richard Henry. Jr.. Louisburg; Cash- ion, Jerry Clyde, Statesville. Seventh Row: Cathey, Bruce Edward, Norfolk, Va.; Caton. Franklin Alexander. Kan- napolis; Caviness. Bobby Forrester. . sheboro: Chamblee. Fred Clifton. Carrboro; Chaney. Eugene. Jr.. Bristol. Md.: Chapman. Lawrence Linde. Jr.. Winston-Salem; Cherry. Robert B.. Pennington. . J.; Cherry. William Grimes. HI. Rocky Mount. Eighth Row : Childers. Joseph Roger. Mocksville; Christian. David Barham. Rio de .laneiro. Brazil; Clack. Alvin Russell. Jr.. Rocky Mount: Clark. Eversden Leavitt. Jr.. Short Hills. N. J.: Clark. James Wilford. Jr.. Newton; Clifford. John Albert. Oxford ; CHinard, Johnson Burns, Winston-Salem; Coats, Louis David, Jr.. Roxboro. Ninth Row: Cobb, Clyde Landon, Kings Mountain ; Coble, Charles Allred, Greensboro; Coffman, David Max, Cincinnati. Ohio; Cole. Carl Phillip, Bryson City; Collins, Johnny Winfred, Jr.. Greensboro; Collins. Richard Lewis. Jr.. Durham ; Co{.k. Edward Tollett. Charlotte; Cooke. James Coffleld. Jr.. Williamston. Truth Row: Cooper. Kenneth Errol. Asheville : Cop- land, .lames Reuben. HI. Burlington; Corbett. John Arthur. Marshall ; Cor- hett, Julius David, Jr.. Kenlv: Cox. George Wheeler. Charlotte: Cox. Robert Howell. Jr.. Greensboro: Cox. William Marvin. Forest City; Cozart. William Thomas. Wilson, Eleventh Row: Craft, Rickey Murle, Jacksonville: Craig, Barber Nathaniel, Salisbun ' : Craig, Barr ' Phillip, Stanley; Craig. William Lewis. Jr.. Gastonia; Cran- dell. Chris Devon. Winston-Salem; Creem. Timothy John. Sands Point. N. v.; Critz. George Conrad. Greens-; Cronenberg, Allen Thomson. Jr., KiNky Mount. Twelfth Row: Crotts. Everett Bowers, Thomasville: Crowder, Alvin Floyd, Jr.. Winston- Salem; Crutchfield. Benjamin Franklin. Jr.. Chapel Hill; Crutchfield. James Xorman. Jr.. Greensboro; Crutchfield, William Monroe, Pittsboro; Culbreth. David A.. Plj ' mouth ; Dailey. John C. .Ir.. Durham; Daley. Jerome Thorpe. R(x-ky Mount. 21 First Row : Dalton, William Harvey, Forest City; Davenport. Joe Conriitl. Charlotte: Davis, Allen Mebane. Winston-Salem: Davis. Cutter Dickinson. Charlotte; Davis. James Lee. Hifjh Point; Davis. Paul Michael, Winston-Salem; Davison, Raymond Loui.s. Huntinston Valley. Pa.; Dawes, William Redin, Jr., Mi- ami, Fla, Second Row : DeBlasio. Joseph AIl)ert. Teaneck. N. J.; Deifell. Jolin Jey. Jr.. Greens- boro: Dellolio. Leonard John, Nyack, N. Y.; Dickens. Curtis Thomas. Reids- ville; Dickson. Hilton M., Jr„ Florence, S. C; Dover. William Yates. Shelby: Drum. Blair Wilkinson. Newton; Duckett. Samuel .lohnson. Canton. Third Row: Duncan. Daniel O ' Driscoll. Charlotte; Dunn. Joseph Carlyle, Ayden: Dunn, William Lamon, HI, Pinetops; Dun- stan. William Edward. III. Elizabeth City; Durrill. David Cole. Ft. Lauder- dale. Fla.: Dyson. Joseph Columbus, Taylorsville; Earp. Daniel Hugh, Jr., Charlotte; Eason. Jimmie .lerome. Smithfield. Fourth Row: Eastman. Henry Hensley, Jr.. Winter Park. Fla.: Ecton. William Waller. Wilmington. Del.: Eddings. Kenneth Earle. Tabor City; Eddleman. Roy Tru- man. Kannapolis: Edwards, Billy Frank, Belhaven ; Edwards, Horace Gales, Jr., Raleigh: Eflrd, Clyde Heath. Jr.. Burlington: Efland. John Lindsay. III. Efland. Fifth Row : Eggleston. Joseph Benjamin. Leaks- ville; Eidson. Gale Dean. Elkin; File. John Howard. Roslyn Heights. N. Y.; Eisenberg. Kenneth Lee. Reidsville; Eisenman. Russell. Savannah. Ga.; Eldridge. Arthur Daniel. Norfolk, Va.: Eller, Roy Eugene, North Wilkesboro; Ellis, Marshall S., Jr., Willard. Sixth Row: Ellis, Patricia . nne. Greensboro; Ellis William Thomas. Middlesex; Engle, Frederick Leon, Fuquay Springs; Eng- lish, John Roger, Greensboro; Ennett, Luther Edward, Sneads Ferry: Ent- wistle, John Walter Covington, Jr„ Rockingham; Epiey, Troyl David, Mor- ganton; Eskridge, James Lester, Jr,, Greensboro, Sei enth Row: Eure. Darden John.son, Jr„ Morehead City: Evans, Jerry Covington, Winston- Salem; Evans, Richard Henderson. Jr., Greenville; Everett, Grover Woodrow, Jr,, Greenville: Faircloth, M. Leroy. Spring Lake: Faircloth. Oscar Lee. Roseboro; Falls. Ralph Holland. Gas- tonia; Fargis. Carl William. Reidsville. Eighth Row: Farrell. Bill Franklin. Winston-Salem: Farrior. Edward Milton. Jr.. Burgaw; Farris. Ray Simpson. Jr.. Charlotte; Feemster. Clarence Ervin. . sheboro: Feinberg. Louis Elton, Tallahassee, Fla.; Felton. Robert Lee. Carthage; Ninth Row: Fisher. Lester Vastine. Concojd: Fitzgerald, Robert. Westfield, N. J.; Fitzgerald. Thomas Lloyd. Wilson : Fletcher. Bobby Burfoot. Elizabeth City: Floyd. Edward Thornton. Char- lotte: Floyd. Vann Justin. Fairmont: Foley. Peter Allen. Charlotte: Poster. Hugh Alan. North Wilkesboro. Tenth Row: Fountain, Reginald Morton. Tarboro; Foushee. Wayne Hampton. Durham; Fox. Allen Everly. Summit. X. J.; Fraga. Jorge Daniel. La Habana. Cuba ; F ' rancis. Raymond Joseph. Great Falls. S. C; Franklin. Ronald Lenoir. New- land: Frendi. Christopher Westerling. Winston-Salem: Fry, Robert Gilliam, in. Carthage. Eleventh Row : Frye, Bernard Campbell. Jr.. .Xkron. Ohio; Frye. John Callanan. Hickory; Frj ' e. Ted Leroy. Jr.. Carthage: Ful- cher. Gerald Malcolm. Jr.. Atlantic: Fulenwider, Katherine Earle. Jackson- ville, Fla.; Furr, Warwick Rex. Arling- ton. Va. ; Fussell. James Davis. Rose Hill: Garner, Allen Payne. Roanoke Rapids. Twelfth Row : Garrard. William Lewis, Madison, N. J.; Garrett, Theodore Wilson. Dur- ham; Garrison, Jerry Wayne. Burling- ton : Ganger, Thomas Freeman. Colora- do Springs, Colo.; Gentry. John Russell, Bishopville, S, C. : Gershenson, Stephen M., Merrick, N. Y.; Gibbs. Lewis Clin- ton, Hudson; Gilchrist, Peter Spence, in, Charlotte. EEE1.K 22 First Row : Giles. Curtis Ronald. Spindale: Gilliam, ■rilomas Alfred. Jr.. Columbus; Glass. Paul Milton. .Jr.. Burlinston; Glover. Travis. Erwin: Gobble. Navie Wayne. Lexington; Gold. Paul Milton. Char- lotte; Gonzalez. Charles Fennell. III. Pensacola. Fla.; Gooch, Fave Carolyn. Durham. SrrnnrI Roy: fJoode. Davifl John. Winston-Salem : Goodman, Jimmy Ray. Rockingham; Gould. Nathaniel Jay. Manhasset. X. v.; Grafman. Steplien Winston. Birmingham. Ala.; Graham. James Montrose. III. Enfield; Graham. Philip Earl. Lincolnton; Gray. Carroll Lee, Bvnum: Gray, Gilbert Kenneth. Arch- dale. Third Rote: Greason. Martha Jo, Morristown. N. J.; (»reen, Peter John. Franklin. Miclu; Greene. Joe Elliott, North . ugusta, S, C; Greene, Walter Allen, Candler; Greenfield, Maxine Bernadette, Chapel Hill; Greenwood, Martin Nixon, Ra- leigh; Greeson, Joe David, Burlington; Gregory, Carson Wade, Jr., Angler, Foiirih Row : Gregory. Richard Brent, North Wilkes boro: Griffin, Bruce Hartwell, Jr„ Mon- roe; John McLeod. Lookout .Mountain. Tenn.; Griffith, Lewis Scott. Jr., Bronxville, X, V,; Griffith, Thomas, Lookout Mountain. Tenn.; Grigsby. George Talmadge. Jr.. Holly Springs; Grosswald. Morton Allen. Charlotte; Grover, William Maurice. Old Lyme. Conn. Fifth Row : Hager. Clovd Avon. Jr.. Hickory; Hairr, John Ray mond. Jr.. Chapel Hill; Haithcnck. Eddie Cree. Spencer; Hale. I ' liyllis Ann, Raleigh; Hall. Carl Frank- lin. Jr.. Stednian; Hall. Edward B., .Ir,. St, Paul. : Hamilton. David Earl. Asheboro; Haney. Jerrj ' Wallace. Higli Point. Sixth Row: Hargrove. Wade Hampton. Jr., Clin- ton; Harkins, Peter Barrington, Dur- ham; Harper, David Fletclier, Rocky Mount; Harrill, Odell Ossie, Jr,. San- ford; Harrington, Jesse Moye. Ill, Washington; Harris, Stephen Walker, Durham ; Harriss. Oscar Hooks. Wil- son ; Harriss, William Fred, High Point. Seven (ft Bote; Harriss, William Graham, Columbia, S. C; Hartis. Gilbert Clyde, Jr„ Winston-Salem; Hartsell, Bobby Ray. Kannapolis; Hartsell. Wristow Alonzo, Lenoir; Hartung, James Deakins, Chattanooga, Tenn,; Haskell, Robert Henry, III, Martinsville, Va.; Hatcher, Thomas Adair, Asheville; Hathcock, James Alden. Jr.. Charlotte. Einhth Rom: Hawkins. William Grady. Jr.. Forest City; Hayden. Thomas Daniel. Char- lotte; Hayes. Thomas Patrick, III. Wheeling. W. Va.; H ealey. Kent Wad- dell. Durham; Heath. Roy Andrew. Jr.. Snow Hill; Hedrick. Richard Reitzel. Lenoir; Henderson. Edward Lance, Hickory; Hendrickson, Richard Fulton, Raleigh, .YiiiHi Row: Henry, Lawrence Dayle, Horse Shoe ; Herr, Richard Langley, Amityville, N. V,; Herring, Marion Carlvle, Mount Olive; Hicks. Jeffrey Talmadge. High Point; Hicks, Joyce Marie, Oxford; Hicks, Robert Byron, Shelby ; Hinshaw, Waldo Stephen, Guilford College; Hin- son, Elizabeth Evangeline, Monroe, Tenth Row: Hoffler, Harold Barton, Sunbury; Hol- comb, Robert Lewis, Rowland ; Hol- comb, Sigmond Wallace, Elkin ; Holder- ness, Haywood Dail, Jr,. Tarboro; Hol- land, David Lovis, Hamlet; Holliiield, William Mason, Jr,, Lenoir; Hopewell. Alton Oliver. Jamesville; Hopkins. William Morgan. New Vork, X. Y. Eleventh Row : Homthal, Allen Lane. Tarboro; Hor- ton, Clarence Edgar, Jr,, Kannapolis; Hortoii. Lloyd, Plymoutli; Hor- tiin. " n -ie Lee, Apex; Howell, Charles Ikiiiv. Lookout Mountain, Tenn.; Howell, .lames Edward. Charlotte; Howland. William Slocum. Jr.. Coco- nut Grove. Fla.; Howlett. Ronald Howard. High Point. Twelfth Row: Hubbard, William Colvin, Raleigh; Hubbeling, Christopher Stewart, Ashe- ville; Hudson, Danny Allan, Cramer- ton; Huff. Jem- Garland. Coats; Huf- ham. William Lawrence. Wilnnngton; Huggins. Hubert Svdnev. III. Rocking- liam: Hugueiv. GeotTrev Allen. Bethse- da. Md.; Huie. Litchfield Patterson, Warsaw. 23 wEBa lli» First Row : Hunter. Hal Manin. Hendersonville; Hurt, William Stuart. RaleiKh; Hvatt. Frances Louellen. Cherokee; Hy ' lton. Elmer Ernest, Mayodan; Hynes, James E„ Charlotte; Ingram, Larry James, Concord; Inman, Samuel Maurice, Jr., Mt. Airj ' ; Inscoe, Jimmy Turner, Cas- talia. Sccviid Ruu-: Isaac, Joe Morrison. Lenoir; Isley, Rex Moody, Snow Camp; Jackson, Donald Lee, Monesto, Calif.; Jackson. Fred erick William. Jefferson. Me.; Jarman. Lawrence Wooten. Jr.. Richmond, Va.; .leffrey. Norris Boddie, Badin; John- son, Edward Patrick. CJastonia; John- son. Ernest Lawrence, Jr., Durham. Third Row: Johnson. Fred Burr, Jr., Raleigh; John- son. John Lewis. Asheboro; Johnson, l.ula West. Kinston; Johnson. R. Lee. .Ir.. Falls Church, Va.; Johnson. Robert Lee. Greensboro; Johnson. Robert White, Burgaw-; John,son. Tapley Or man. Wake Forest; Johnson, William Howard, Benson, Fourth Row : Johnson. Willis Ka . 111. Jackscjnville; Jones, ch.irles Lfc. A))ex; .lones. Jern,- i.udwiii. l-uui o.iks; Jones. Marian. ( h.ilK-l Hill: .i.. iRi, James Meredith, ,lr.. Ahoskic; ,lustiic. John Butler, Statesville; Kanipe, John Thomas, Jr., Fair Bluff; Kaplan. Morton, A-sheville. Fifth Row: Karp, Jerry, Sylva ; Kehayes. Thomas Carl, Edenton; Keith, Preston Wylie, Mebane; Kellam, Lucius James. Ill, lielle Haven. Va.; Kenan, Richard Max- ell. Asheboro; Kerbaugh, John Thom- as, North Wilkesboro; Kerlin, Ward Dix, III. Langhome, Pa.; Kerr. Thomas Lewis. Statesville. Sixth RouK Kesler, Stephen Edward. Kings Moun- tain; King. Evan Everington. Little Silver. N. J.; King. James Richard. Randleman; Kinnev. Cicorirc :i:idstonc. Kannapolis; Kirbv. KoTiii.tli I, ,i ii.Iit, Jr.. Raleigh; Knies. Jolm MmIlhI, .Ir., East Longmeadow. M:is .: K.isnia. Alex, Concord; Kushncr, Mujcl llaiuhl. Danville, Va. Sei ' evth Row: Land, Roy Vernon, Jr„ Smithfleld ; Lane, Walter Ronald, Jr.. Wilmington; Lanev. .lerrv Arnold. Cramerton; Lang- ston. ' Roger ' N ' eil, Micro; Lanier. C.enc It.. ( hapel Hill; Lank. Albert Joseph. Hilhcsda, Md.; Larry. Eunis Wayne. Kiirham; Lassiter. Richard Edward, (olerain. Eiffhth Roic: L;i rence. James Leon. Elkin ; Laws. .loliii. .Ir.. Kinston; Leavev. Preston AritJKinv. Honolulu. Hawaii; Ledgett. . aniira D.. Ridgewood. X. J.; Letler. llu-li Talmage, Jr.. Chapel Hill; Le- (irand. Andrew Clark. Wilmington; l.elimann, Charles. Clifton. . J.; Leimone. John Edward. Burgaw. Ninth Row : Lenhardt. Benjamin Franklin, Jr.. Lees- Hill; Lewis. Howard Mas.sey. Spruce Pine; Lewis, Wade Hampton. Ashe- boro; Lilly, Susan Jean, Burlington. Tenth Row: l.ineweaver. Robert Wellford. Greens- boro; Lingo. Wilbur G.. Asheville; l.ipe. John Frank. II. Landis; Little. l.loVd Hickn elly Dime William. Pliiladolpliia. Pa.; l.ollin. .-Samuel Wavne. Salisburv; l.ogsdon. Linda Beth, Chapel Hill. FlprenthRow: Lohi " . Jacob Andrew, Lexington; Lopp, A ' illi:iin Filmore. Lexington; L(»r- l nrlici-, .lohnnie Alvin. . pex; l.osick. Kiihcii Neil. Tenartv. N. J.; Lowder. Stephen Carlton. Bristol, Va.; Lowe, •leffrey Raphael. South Orange. N. J.; Lowrev, Francis AVilliam, Kensington, Mil,; Loy, William Riley, Burlington, Twelfth Row: Luck. Clyde Walton. Sanford; Luptoii. Harvey Arthur. Jr.. Winston-Salem: l.Mjii. Olin Nick. Jr., Newton; McAllis tiT. .lanet Goodwin. Qiapel Hill; Mc- Artlmr. Ronald Edward. Wilson; MiConnell. John Daniel. Jr.. Southern Pines; Mc-Cormack. Robert C, Green- wich, Conn.; McCoy. Timothy Colum- bus, Gordonsville, Va. 24 First Row: McCrory, Sally Rich. Jacksonville, Fla. : M(( iiston, Pliyllis Jean, Greensboro: M.liiiiiel, Brinley Kent, Greensboro; MrD.iniel, James Odis, Jr.. Gastonia ; MiDnnaltl. Chauncey Maurice, St. Pauls: McDonald, Francis Dudley, Jr.. Charlotte: McDowell. Robert H.. Reids- ville; McElroy. Pender Roberts, Mar- shall. Hccond Bow : McGregor, James Tillman, Jr., (ireens- Imro: Mcintosh, James Nathan, Wil- iiiiiifrtnir: McKeel, John Ashley. Stokes; McKiriley. Ki.hard S.. Kannapolis; Mr- I.eoil. Ilonahl Virgil. Sanford: Mc- Millan. Koscoe Drake. Red Springs; McNauU. James N ' eal. Charlotte; .Mc- Rorie. William Edward, Bostic. Tl, h-(I Row : MiSwiiin. Franklin Lee. Murphy: Mc- Sw iiii. Thomas Gary. Albemarle; Mack. ( liiirlcs Randall. Rome. Italy; .Mallon Mi.hacl Tyrone. Clarksville. Tenn.; lMh.iic. Robert Bailes. Atlanta. Ga.: Maii-ual. Robert Manuel. Ho-ho-kus. . .1.; Mann. Larry Moses. Elizabeth- town ; Manning. Daniel .VLston. Wil- liamston. Fniirtli h ' oir : Mariiiiii-, Kdward Martin. Gastonia: XhirisTiild. Clarence Franklin. Burling- t.Hi: Manuel. (Irian Wendell. Madison: .Marcf. Benjamin Leslie. Kutlierford- tiiii: Maree. Franklin Kcinoii Kuther- fnnltciii: Mark. John LeK.iv. ( harlotte- Marshbanks. Marion Jacks, ,ii Winston- Salem; .Martin. Daniel Walker. Gibson. Fifth Row : Martin. John Marvin. Winston-Salem; MiHiis. Jack Skinner. Wilmington; Matthews. Cary Irwin, (ireensboro; Mai. Kmanuel. III. Burlington: Mav- lirld. . lec Andrew, Dallas, Tex,: May- licld. Robert Thomas. Charlotte; Maz- ei. .Josepli Raymond. Falls Cliurch. a.; Medford. William Lawrence, Rocky .Mount. SiixthRow: Medlin. Joe X.. Monroe: Meikle. Jo- sepli Robert Hanson. Lynch. Md.: Mel- vin. . ndrcw Sliau. Jr.. Gastonia: -Mclvin. .loliii Sliields. Roseboro: Men- (lenhall. Kilwin Grey. Sanford; Merritt. Susan Rae. Wilmington; Metten. Wil- liam Murray. Jr.. Wilmington. Del.: Mewshaw. Samuel Gwvn. Washington. D. C. Seventh Row : Meyer. Simon Julius. F ntield ; Michaux. Roy Herman. Jr.. (ireenshoro ; Miller. Miller. Iva Bare. ( liapcl Hill: Miller .lames William. Kutlierfordton ; Miller .lolin .Montgomery. .Ir., Harrisburg. Pa. Miller. Ronald Fredrick, Henderson ville. Firihth Rou-: Miller. Stephen Gary. Roanoke. a.: Miller. Woodrow. Jr.. Maxtoii; .Milli- c.Hi. (ici.r-.- Ronald. Albemarle: Mil- tr,i.l. Willi.iin Marksdale. RiK-kingham; MitrlH ' ll. Maltiii Fuller. Rye. N. V.: Mi .Mi, Charles McRae. Suinmit. N. J.; Mi .in. Henry Walton. HI. Goldsboro ; M .iirll. William, Malverne, X. Y. yi,:tli Row: Mociic. Dan K.. Canton; Moore. Frank- lin II. R.. Tillery; Moore. Lloyd Pleas. I ' .lk-iihoro; Moore. Lofton Samuel, (harlotte; Moore. Ned Aaron. Wind- sor; .Morgan. James Patrick. Raleigh: Morgan. Maria Collins. Elizabethtown. -Morgan. Molzer Adron. Jr.. Smithfleld. Tenth Row: Morton. William Irving. Wa.shington. II. C: Moser. Rick Darrell. Hickory; Moslicr. .lohn Francis. Fort Bragg; M.. " . rtluir l.av. riie. .Ir.. Shelby; .Mailer, John Lawrence. Jr.. (dadwvne. Pa,; .Mundy, Kenneth Sinith, Denver; -Murphy, Frank Hughes, Hamlet; Mur- phy. George R., Greensboro. Elevriith Row: Murjihv. .I.ime - lhert. Greensboro; Murr. David l.afavette. Hickory; Mur- rcll. llarrv Thnmas. Jr.. Albemarle; Mustard Harr Stcill, III. Wilmington: Mvers. William Allea. lleWitt. N " . Y. ; Neal. .Inhn I ' rie-s, .staniLird. Conn.; .aiin.aipolis ; Xeely. Th. Willii Twelfth Row : Xeerman. Stanford. Greensboro; Robert Lewis. . nl,inder: X George Rodney. M.ireheai! ( ii ; Milton Wade. Len.m : Nevvt.m, ,la Robbins. Soutli|Mat; Ncl.les. I Delmer, Panama City. Fia.; Roland Earl. Jr., Raleigh; Noel, G ThomiJson, III, Kannapolis. 25 Lee, First Row : Norton, .lame: Norton. Willhini Ivei-cn lev. Tliomas Crowell. H (V ' Bannon. .lolin Nui ri- Va.: Orloni. Edsel . U Ogletree. Charles Will . ' I Wallaee; Roanoke Rapirls; O ' Hara. Barry Edward. Sum- mit. N. J.; Oldham, George Roberts. Durham. Second Row: Oppenheimer. .loe Ixneman. BirmiuK- liam. Ala.; Overton, Richard Buxton, Jr.. Raleigh: Pace. Dudley Fredrick. Saluda: Packett. Lewis Stephen. Guil- ford College: Page. George Douglas. Brevard; Page. Hubert Hodnett. Jr.. Yancevville: Parker. Herman Richard. Jr.. Greensboro; Parker, Thomas Vernon, Gates. Third Row: Parks. Erastus Bennett. III. Winston- Salem: Partin, John Wayne. New Bern: Patter.son. Henry Newton. .Ir.. Manhas.set. N. V.: Payne. Frank Mast. Jr.. Boone: Payne. John Agg. Sunbury: Peacock. Roy Merritt. Jr.. Weaverville: Peck. Richard Lentz. Albemarle: Peel. Jesse R.. Everetts. Fourth Row: Pendergraft. Norman E.. Durham: Pennell, Wayne Estel. Kannapolis; Perry, Mark Braswell, Chapel Hill; Perry-, Thurston Ray, Zebulon; Phillips. EarlNortleet, Jr„ High Point; Phillips, Llewellyn. Morehead City; Pickens. Rupert Tarpley. High Point; Pickett, Harry McFall. IH. Charlotte. Fifth Row : Pierce. Eugene Steplien. Summit. N. J.; Piland. Howard Makohn. Fayette Pittlenif D. C. - . - Pleasants. Clift Wasliington, Paul M(ngan. Gastonia; _ . Win- ston-Salem: Polk. Robert Melton. Jr., Hamlet: Pollard. Forrest Alfred. Jr.. Durham; Poteat, John F.. Morganton. Sixth Roir: Powell. Robert Stewart, Wallace: Pow- ell, Rowland, Augusta, Ga. : Presson. Thomas Lemuel. Monroe; Price. Jerry Douglas. Raleigh: Priddv. Stewart Beauregard. Lumberton; Proctor. Rob- ert Allen, Rocky Mount: Pullium, Hap- py Hal, Andrews; Purrington, John Ward, Raleigh, Seventh Row : Quick. Richard Earl. New Bern: Quinn, James Frank, Gastonia; Rader, Judith Ann, Brooklyn, N, V.; Reams, George Lorraine, Southern Pines; Reed, Eliza- beth Ann, Poland, Ohio; Reed, Fred H.. Forest City; Reekes. Linwood Wayne. Rockwell; Rees. John Philip. Chappaqua, N. Y. Eighth Row: Regan. John Gabriel Breckenridge. Saint Pauls; Reitzel. John Larston. Raleigh: Rbee. Sei Young. Seoul. Ko- rea; Rhodes, Grover Frederick, Pink Hill ; Rhodes, James LeRoy, Brevard ; Rich, Alvis Marvin, Burlington: Rich- ard.son. Frank Larry, Managua, Nic- aragua; Richardson, William Macon, Raleigh. Ninth Row: Ricks. George Edward, , sheville: Rid- dick. Hubert McNMn -lilmi Sr,, (land Neck; Riddle. Harr I,. l,,i LMOtoii ; Riggsbee. William ll,nv;ird, (.irihoro: Robbins. Gordon Daniel. Kocky .Mount: Roberson. Gan ' Ray. Draper; Roberts. Surry Parker, Durham: Rodriguez, Felix Richard, Santurce. Puerto Rico. Tenth Row: Rodriguez. Humberto J. Boxco, Pinar del Rio, Cuba: Rogers, Robert Ran- dolph, Wilmington; Rogers, Rollin Anthony, Miami, Fla.; Romine. Jack Richard, . sheville: Rose. George Wil- liam, Charlotte; Rose, Pureed Ezra, Jr., Fayetteville; Rosenzweig, Donald, Long Island, N. Y.; Ross. Craig Alex- ander. Fort Lauderdale. Fla. Eleveiith Row : Ross, Thomas Wallace. Jr., Charlotte; Roth, Robert Joel. Shaker Heights, Ohio; Rubenstein, David Maas, New Orleans, La.; Rucker. Jerry Alan. Spindale: RufRn. Burton Craige. Dur- ham: Ruffln. Peter Browne. Jr., Wil- mington: Russell. Frank Alton. Mon- roe; Ru.ssell. Rufus Rufty, Greensboro. Twelfth Row: Ryder, James Arthur, Jr., Miami, Fla.; Samuel. Michael David. High Point; Sanderson. Jesse Frauldin, Jr., More- head City; Savitt, Richard Scott, Bridgeport, Conn.; Sawyer, Calvin Lary, Elizabeth City; Scott, Carl Clin- ton ; Durham ; Scott, Charles Kimrey. Haw River; Scott. Ralph. Jr., Kinston. First Row : Scotton. John Barry, Wilmington; Seastrom. George Ricliard, Cliarlotte; Sea well. Theodore r.raham. Apex: Seidler. Charles Bernard. Wa.shington. D. C: Serbv. . lan Earl. Savannah. Ga.: Sevier. Robert English. Asheville: Shallett. Michael Robert. Washington. D. C: Shapire. Jerome Melvyn. Win- ston-Salem. .SrroHrf Row: Sharp. Michael Rust. St. Davids. Ta.; Shatlev. Edward Rav. Franklin: Shaw. Forest Clinton. Favetteville: Shaw. John Duncan. IV. Charlotte: Shearin. Charles Winston. Warrenton: Shepherd. William . ubrev. Durham: Sheppar l. James Dow. Jr.. Shelby: Sherrill. Hugh Harmon. Fayetteville. Third Row: Sherrv. Jerome Eugene. Goldsboro; Shields. Robert F.. Mebane: Shipp. William Paul. Clinton: Shubkin. Ron- ald Lee. Charlotte; Shuford. , bner Pope. Hickory; Shulman. Michael GeofTrey. Charlotte; Sidbury. William Mason. Garner; Sigmon. J. Lewis. Jr.. Xewton. Fourth Row: Simmons. Howard David. Athens. Ga.: Simpson. Allen Johnson. Greenville. S. C. ; Simpson. Oscav Romulas. Lum- berton; Singer. Richard Marc. Balti- more. Md.: Sloan. James Bovkin. Wil- mington: Slover. William R.. Plain- fleld. . J.; Smith. Albert Hunter. Fayetteville; Smith. Bettye Gray. Eliza- bethtown. Fifth Row: Smith. Calvin Upshur. Jr.. Lonkiiut Mountain. Tenn.; Smith. David Allen. I.a-ti nia; Smith. Earnest Everett. III. Wiltrm. Conn.: Smith. Henry Winfield. Wilmington: Smith. Herbert Franklin. Matthews; Smith. Norman Estes. Clievv Chase. Md.; Smith. Olen Brown. Rock- ingham; Smith, Robert Hoke, Fairmont. Sixth Row: Smith. Samuel George. Madison ; Smith. Stuart Bryson. Lenoir: Smith. Thomas Cherry. Greensboro; Smith. Wayne B.. Jr.. Charlotte; Smith. William James. Maxton: Snow. Guy Leighton. Elkin : Snyder. Judith Hand. Ridgewood. X. J.: Sobel. Michael M.. . ew York. N. Y. Sevcntft Rou- : Sossamon. Jon Leroy. Bnson City: Southerland. James Bowden. Jr.. Al- bertson; Sowers. Philip Earl. Salisbun, ; Spainhour. Walter Jud.son. Jr.. Lenoir; Spencer. John David. Franklin Lakes. X. J.; Sprinkle. Elmer Thomas. Jr.. Hampstead. -Md.: Sprinkle. Michael Doss. Winston-Salem; Spurrier. Barry Wilson. Charlotte. Eiijhth Row: Squillario. George Douglas. Valdese; Stacey, Larry Milton, Gastonia; Stack, James Thomas. Charlotte: Stalker, James Curtis. Louisville. Kv.. Stanley. James Lawson. Charlote: Stephah. Richard Henry. Charlotte; Stevens. Elliot Walker. Jr.. Warsaw; Stokes. Donald Slater. Guilford. Mhth Row: Stnllar. Harn. ' Lee. Jr., Elizabeth. Pa.: Strickland. G. Kent. Fayetteville; Strickland. James Dicksev. Jr., Higli Point ; Stroud, Charles Robert, Jr., Goldsboro: Stroud. David Andrew. High Point: Stultz. John Hoyte. Draper; Sugarman. Edward Floyd. At- lanta, Ga.; Sugg, Harry Walker. Snow Hill. Tenth Row: Sullivan. Louis Gray. Anderson. S. C; Summer. Joel. Brooklyn. N. Y.; Sum- mer.s. John Daniel. Jr.. Durham; Sum- mey. John Hood, Gastonia: Suttle, Gerald McKibbin. Charlotte; Sutton. Stark Armistead. Atlanta. Ga.; Swice- good. William Edward. Linwood: Swing. Paul Ray. Hickory. Eleventh Row: Talley. John Russell, Jr., Gastonia: Tankard, Lee Dickerson, Washington; Taylor, Charles Edwards, Hookerton; Taylor, Charles Lawrence, Matthews: Taylor, William Allen, Lumberton : Teague, Monroe Madison, Hudson; Tennille, Norton Fortune. Winston Salem: Tetterton. Fredrick Elwood, Jr„ Whitakers, Twelfth Row : Tew. Jerry G.. Godwin; Thalheimer, A. Foster. Charleston, W. Va.: Thoma.s, Foster Edward. Jr., Charlotte; Thomas, Henry Winfrey, Jr., Levittown, X. Y.; Thomas. James Postles. Washington. D. C. : Thompson. Benjamin Harrison. Graham; Thompson. Beverly Carol. Chapel Hill ; Thompson. Peter Anthony. Durham. liJkMiMI mSm mvsMBm mEB 27 mE First Row : Tiddy. Wilson Clark. Jr.. Fayctteville; Tilghman. William Hunter. Chapel Hill; Timmernian. George Ralph Kensington. Md.: Tobin. Paul Curtis. (Ireensboro: Todd. Jack Lionel. White- ville: Tolton. George David. Greens- boro: Toy. Kenneth Wayne. Durham: Tucker, Jolin Stanley. Charlotte. Second Row: Turner. Gerald Tinkney. Roanoke. Va.: Turner. John Goodman. HI. Charlotte; Turner. Wilfred. Winston-Salem: Twid- .l . Ka rnnn.l III. Elizabeth City: IvLMit. ,sil:i- Thompson. Jacksonville. Mm.; I iiderwood. Carroll Justin. Ra- leigh; i:pchurch. Wayne Thomas. Four Oaks: Van Omian. Chandler Lee. San Francisco. Calif. Third Row: Vann. Howard Albert. Eure: Vaughn. Larn- Joe. Higli Point: Vaughan. William Hunter. Trvon ; Wacker. Rob- ert .Inlm. Maitland. Fla.: Waddell. James Franklin. Concord: Wade. Eu- gene Talmadge. Jr.. Millbrook: Wagner. Thelma. Clierryville: Wait, .lohn Shat- tucle, Jr.. Skaneateles. N " . V. Fourth Roil : David Shelly, China Grove: -. Jerry Blane. Norfolk. a.; ■. Norma Jean. Chapel Hill; . Robert C. Port Washington, Walker. Thomas C, Jack.son Wall. Gar}- Leon. Winston Wall, Robert Mebanc. Jr„ Walston. Mary Elizabeth. Hil Fifth Row Walters. . ' W.ird. Bei •rl. I.; Staiilev, Baltimore. Md.; 11 Kirbv. Jr., (idldsboro; I.Mfavettc. Hnrlingtun; Milfonl, Ri«-kv Mount: Ward. Lester Murray, Windsor: War- lick, Lawrence David, Jr,. Lincolnton: Warren. Lewis Ruffln. Greensboro: Warren. Linwood Allen. Durban . Sij-th Row: Warren. Raymond Bartlett. Kerners- villc: Wason. Nancy Jane. Guilford. Ciinn.: W itkins. John Thomas. Aslie- ville: Watkins. Stephen Eugene. Jr.; Smith Hill. -a.: Watts. Linda Hill. Chapel Hill; Weaver. George Richard. Jr,. Wil.son; Weaver. Rebecca Moore. . pex: Weeks, Johnny Clayton, Bur- lington. •itl, R„i enfeld, .; Well Hu Jeffrey, Great Neck, M. Wade, Chapel Hill; IS, Thomas McGinn, Charlotte; cr. Howard Morton. West Palm Fla.; Wlieelcr, Keiinetli Milton. Ill; Whicliard. Willis I ' ailgett. m: Whicker. James Hubert. Wilke.sboro; Whitley. Philiji Wendell. Firjhth Row: Whitley. Thomas Pritchard. Rock - Mount: Whittenton. William Ran.soni. .Ir., Reiclsville: Wiggs. William Larkin. .-Southern Pines; Wilday. Peter Bennet, Wcstlield. N. J.; Wilder. Henry Milton. Jr.. Saiiforil; Wilfong. James Edward. Claremont; Wilkes. James Renwiek, UL Charlotte: Wilkins. Charles Gres- ham. Fayctteville. yinth Row: Wilkinson. John Carroll Maxim. Golds- boro: Williams. .Augustus Collier. Deale Beach. Md.: Williams, Charles Walker. Columbia. S. C: Williams. Donald Arthur. Eden. N. V.; Williams. Hall Edward. Jr.. Valdese ; Williams. Jo- seph Bryan. UL Stamford. Conn.: Williams. Robert L.. Hickory ' : Williams. Wallace Anson. Greensboro. Truth Row: Willis. Daniel. U. Beaufort: Wil.son. Fcliv Franklin. Jr.. Winston-Salem: Winslow. Dan Reed. Winfall: Wirsli- ing. George John. Coral Gables, Fla,; Wise. George Michael. Raleigh: Wom- ble. Louise Nyal. Plymouth; Wood. .Allison Eugene. Jamestown ; Wood. CaH Sherrill. High Point. Elevmfh Row: Wood. Evan Harvey. Charlotte; Wood. Wallace Winchell. Goldsboro; Wood- ruff. David Lee. Hays: Worth. Hal Venable. IIL Raleigh: Wynn. Dan Keith. Charlotte: Wyrick. Priscilla Blakeney. Greensboro; Yelverto n. John Raymond. Goldsboro: Yingling. CiarA Lee. Silver Spring. Md. Twelfth Row: Yokeley. Richard Thor. Winston-Salem; Young. Baxter Craven. Lexington : Young. Frederick Richard. U Char- lotte: Young. J. Blake. Washington. D. C; Zachanv. Frank Edward. Ashe- ville. Ouft ADMINISTRATION .m. William D. Carmichael, Jr. Vice-President and Finance Officer William M. Whyburn Vice-President Charles M. Shaffer Director of Developmerti William B. Aycock Chancellor University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill MvL- - 1 ? T 1.1 1 r « li 1. ' , J f 9 n 1! = ■ M H i:. H w • ' 5 ;,i M P ™ ' ' y ' . " ' Z V L BH m 5 MfiSaMnr • 1 ,.ii ' .1? " f ' , ■ J. Arthur Branch Business Manager Samuel H. Magill Direcior of Student Activities James L Godfrey Dean of the Faculty Raymond L Jefferies Assistant Dean Fred H. Weaver Dean of Student Affairs iiw-1 Edward S. Lanier Director Central Office of Records Katherine K. Carmichael Dean of Women A. C. Howell Secretary of the Faculty Charles Bernard Director of Admissions Ernest L Mackie Dean of Awards and Distinctions Cecil Johnson Dean of the General College H. Arnold Perry Dean of the School of Education J. Carlyle Sitterson Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Arthur E. Fink Dean of the School of Social Work Maurice W. Lee Dean of the School of Business Administration Lucille K. Henderson Dean of the School of Library Science Norval N. Luxon Dean of the School of Journalism ELIE M. ADAMS Philosophy DOROTHY C. ADKINS Psychology BERNARD BOYD Religion ROY L. INGRAM Geology and Geography F. BURTON JONES Mathematics JOHN G. KUNSTMANN Gerinan ARTHUR ROE Chemist ry SAMUEL SELDEN Dramatic Art STERLING A. STOUDEMIKE PMmance Languages A. M S JOHN N. COUCH Botany FLETCHER M. GREEN History GLEN HAYDON Music HUGH C. HOLMAN English KENNETH A. NESS Art E. WILLIAM NOLAND Sociology and Anthropology EVERETT P. PALMATIER Physics LT. COL. F. W. SWANN Air Science CAPT. CARL TIEDEMAN Naval Science BERTHOLD L. ULLMAN EARL R. WYNN Classics Radio, TV and Motion Pictures Capt. C. J. Hall, Capt. Wm. E. Moore, Lt. Col. F. W. Swann, Major W. D. Locke, Capt. T. R. Humphrey. LT. COL. F. W. SWANN Company Commander MAJOR W. D. LOCKE Executive Officer AFROTC MILITARY HEADS NROTC CAPT. CARL TIEDEMAN Covimanding Officer COMMANDER E. L. FOSTER Executive Officer First Row: Major L. C. Norton. Second Row: Lt. H. R. Humphrey, Lt. C. P. Barnes. Third Roiv: Lt. R. F. Lehr, Lt. Col. R. D. Bartlett, Lt. (j.g.) A. A. Clegg, Jr. e ' lfte€t STUDENT GOVERNMENT L r ' . ' ■ ' - ' ' ' PRESIDENT ' S CABINET Seated- Paddy Wall, Diana Johnson, Don Furtado, Sue Ballantine, Lawrie Gard. Standing: Bill Porter, Dick Robinson, Rudy Edwards, Bob ' Carter, Al Goldsmith, Ralph Cummings, Tucker Yates, Charlie Gray, John Brooks. The aim of our student government is to study and attempt to solve the problems confronting students in the coui-se of their college careers. Its chief functions have been to establish a student administered judicial system, to account for the expenditure of student fees, to draw up all legis- lation pertaining to student problems, and to make students more conscious of all phases of their government — campus, federal, national, and international. The special projects of this year ' s administration have been to support the University Budget re- quest to the State Legislature, to revise the student traffic courts and committees, to put into effect an interdormitory visiting agreement, to study and try to eliminate the self-liquidation of dormitories, to improve the conduct at athletic events, to strive for the control of employees paid through student activity funds, to improve faculty-student relations, and to establish an academic affairs committee. Student government tries to instill in its cit- izenry a social conscience and thus contribute to the world community. DON FURTADO President oj the Student Body RALPH CUMMINGS Vice-President COMMITTEE HEADS Seated: John Randall, Bob Covington. Don Gray, Harold O ' Tuel. Standing: Bob Furtado, Ken Hall. Mike Lanham, Jim Crownover. PADDY WALL Secretary CHARLIE GRAY Treasurer MISS STAPLES Executive Secretary DICK ROBINSON Attorney General RALPH CUMMINGS Speaker ANN HARVEY Clerk STUDENT The Student Legislature, founded in 1938, is the supreme legislative body of Student Government, and as such, has ultimate responsibility over almost every rule which pertains to Carolina student life. In addition the Legislature appropriates over one hundred and twenty thousand dollars in student fees to various campus organizations each year, controls scores of campus activities, approves all appoint- ments of the President of the Student Body, and makes any laws necessary and proper to promote the general welfare of the Student Body. The Legislature is composed of fifty students elect- ed from thirteen campus districts. The Vice-President of the Student Body presides over the Legislature as Speaker. All other officers and committee chair- men are elected by the legislators. The Student Legislature meets weekly on Thursday nights in the Phi Halls in New East. GARY GREER Speaker Pro-Tern ED LEVY Parlimentarian RAY BAGWELL Sergeant-at-Arms EGISLATURE Legislature members show interest in the topic being presented that evening. JAMES LONG Chairman The Student Council is the supreme judicial power. It has the authority to try cases arising from constitutional procedures, from Executive or Legislative action, and from Campus Code violations. This Court also hears appeals from the Election Law, and various lower Student Judicial Bodies. The Student Council is responsible for upholding the traditions and reputation of Carolina Student Govern- ment, and maintaining the high standards of conduct as set forth by the Campus Code. Since the majority of the cases before the Council are Campus Code violations, the Council has endeavored in the past few years to be thorough, yet practical and cor- rective in its decisions, leaning towards the establishment of endurng standards and precedents with the hope that a Council of this type shall someday not necessarily be of its present importance in Carolina life. The 1959 Student Council was the most successful in many years, because of the small fraction of the Student Body coming before the Court. STUDENT COUNCIL Mary Todd Baker Robert Borden Erwin Fuller Toy Johnson Donald Millen John Owens David Reid Eric Roper Catherine Stewart Joseph Warner Robert Wilson HUGH PATTERSON Chairman The Men ' s Honor Council has original jurisdiction in all cases involving violations of the Honor Code, which is binding to all students at the University of North Carolina. Yet the role of the Men ' s Council is not restricted to the trial of Honor Code cases but is also one of continually promoting the Honor Code throughout the campus. This year the Men ' s Honor Council has been exceptionally outstanding not only because of the excellent way in which it has carried out its assigned duties but also be- cause of its continual efforts to promote the successful integration of the jury system into the framework of the court. The success of the jury system as well as the con- tinued success of the Honor System throughout all phases of student life can only be attributed to the outstanding work done by the Men ' s Council and its continual efforts to instill in the mind of every student the fact that honor is not merely an intangible quality but a very integral part of every man ' s day to day living. MEN ' S HONOR COUNCIL Seated: Bob Cunningham, Hamp Lefler. Hugh Patterson, Howard Holderness, Wayne Bishop. Standing: Mike Kizziah, Jack Raper. Seated: Lucy Forsyth, Paddy Wall, Ginny Pearce, Nancy Adams, Louise Crumbley, Lillian WelliT. Stdudniy Clerks — Jan Cobbs, Jane Rhae White, Sue Donisthorpe. WOMEN ' S HONOR COUNCIL The Women ' s Honor Council, composed of three juniors and three seniors, is the highest women ' s judiciary body. Its function is to decide questions of law and procedure in all violations of the Honor Code in which women are involved. The students ' guilt or innocence is determined by a nine member women ' s jury. In addition this body, together with three women elected by and from Residence Council, has original jurisdiction in all cases involving violation of the Campus Code, major social rule infractions, and appeals from house council. It is felt that through acceptance of our Honor System the student receives personal growth and de- velopment as well as individual respect for our Honor Code. Finally, opportunities for active participation open to students formulates a democratic atmosphere of mutual trust and understanding between students and faculty. NANCY ADAMS Chairman Women ' s Residence Council is the women ' s legislative branch of the Student Government. This Council co- ordinates dormitory and sorority life by establishing social rules, by granting late permissions, by sponsoring a campus-wide leadership training program for women, and by assuming the responsibility of broadening student-faculty, student-administration, and student- townspeople relationships. Each spring, the editor of the Women ' s Handbook is chosen, and candidates for the chairmanship of Women ' s Orientation are inter- viewed by the Council. Women ' s Residence Council works closely with the Dean of Women ' s Office, Women ' s Honor Council, and the University Administration. Membership on Residence Council includes the dormi- tory presidents, a junior member elected as repre- sentative-at-large from each dormitory, sorority house managers. House Council coordinator from Women ' s Honor Council, and an ex-officio member from the office of Dean of Women. The chairman is elected each year in spring elections. LAWRIE CARD Chairman WOMEN ' S RESIDENCE COUNCIL i -. .- ■■ I Seated; Mary Montgomery, Treasurer; Dewey Dance, Vice-Chairman; Lawrie Gard, Chairman; Linda Howard, Secre- tary; Luanne Thornton, Advisor; Jo Carpenter. Standing: LuRuth Sutton, Betsy Sojourner, Toni Brady, Doris Taylor, Libby Gregory, Louise Crumbley, Donna Thompson, Martha Wellons, Sally Zeigler, Sue Ballantine, Marcia Wells, Nancy Aubrey, Kay Bortz. 49 IDC IJErMJESEXTATIX ' HS First Ron Wade Marxham, Otto Funderburk, Caleb White, Tom Curdle, Joe Herndun, Kudy Edwards, Dout; Liaylirt, Paul Woodard, Jerry Chichester, Walt Poole, Phil Edwards, Mike Childs. Second Row; Dave Alexander. Takey Crist, John Boles, Ed Graham, Joe Pepkins, Tom Brannon, Bill Saipes, Bill Pope, Frank Elkins, Harvey Wilkinson, Jerry Morgan. Tliird Row: Joe Creedmore, Fred Engles, J. E. Holland, Bob Bontempo, Bill Hickman, Roy Weaver, Tony Salinger. Jap Memory. Tom Mehl, Dwayne Lewder. Fourth Row: Jim Scott, Bill Johnson, Jim Scott, Bill Lineberry, Dave Suckow, Hilly Goldman. RUDY EDWARDS President MEN ' S INTER Under the leadership of President Rudy Edwards, the IDC has covered quite a bit of ground this past year in trying to improve the living conditions for men residents here at UNC. Perhaps the biggest change the IDC made in regards to improvements was the es tablishment of Dormitory Council Courts. Another advantage that was offered to the residents was the Co-Ed visiting agreement, thereby allowing the men to take their dates into the social rooms during certain scheduled hours. The IDC not only operates the judicial and social func- tions of the dorms, but it is the uniting body of the twenty dorms on campus. Representatives of each of the dorms meet together twice monthly to talk over and discuss various improvements, changes, and gripes from the men in the dormitories. Therefore, working in the capacity of one big unit, the IDC, with the co-operation of the resi- dents, can do much toward the establishment of a home away from home for the men residents of UNC dormitories. 50 IDC COURT First Row: Otto Funderburk, Chairman; Jerry Morgan, H. E. Holland. Second Row: Jim Scott, Tom Mehl, Bill Johnson, Third Row: Phil Edwards, Walt Poole, ORMITORY COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Seated: Foy Bradshaw, Paul Woodard, Doug Bayliff, Rudy Edwards, Otto Funderburk, Walt Poole. Standing: Tom Cordle, Mike Childs, Phil Edwards, Jim Scott, Joe Herndon, Jerry Chichester. 51 CHARLES COLEY Chairman CHARLIE YOUNCE Court Chairman BOB CROMLEY Secretary MIKE SMITH Head Doorman DANCE The main purposes of the University Dance Committee are to fulfill the role of host at Carolina Dances and maintain order at social functions given by various campus organiza- tions. The members of the committee can easily be distinguished by their traditional blue and white rosettes. This year the Dance Committee was very fortunate to have as its faculty adviser Ray PI9 r EjyfnJ K Full house for the concert! Jim Andrews Foy Bradshaw J. C. Byrd Bob Carter 52 lOMMITTEE Jefferies, who has contributed much time and advice to the committee. The success of the dances this year is due mainly to the organi- zations that sponsor the dances with the help and leadership of chairman, Charles Coley. The University Dance Committee has again maintained the high calibre of Carolina Dances as in the past years. ■I ■■■ M : ' } U-kH ■ j| m ' T km ■ yi |fl «Lifl l i ' 1 yHj] hM M H DANCE COMMITTEE COURT Seated: Bob Carter, Charlie Younce, Mike Lazarus. Standing: Bill Taylor, Whit Moose. Les Brown provides lovely music for the spring formal. Whit Moose John Ragland Rusty Sharpe Joe Oppenheimer Eric Roper Bill Taylor Paul Wehr Dillon Wooten 53 CAROLINA WOMEN ' S COUNCIL Seated: Helen Dunlap, Emily Hill. Mickey Reed, Cissy Arena. Sue Ballantine. Joy Pattison. Standmg: Minnie Barnes. Mary Ellen Bell. Kay McGavran. Libby Russell, Judy Huntress. Tiger Gammon. Martha DeBerry (Advisor), Bobbie Meeks, Anne Eckerson, Harriette Habel, Jackie Turner, Mary Montgomery, Mary Morgan. It was in the spring of 1958 that a positive step to rectify an existing campus problem was taken. The problem was the need for co-operation and co-ordination in and between women ' s dormitories at UNC. Acknowledged as being pertinent to this problem were the areas of academic, political, social, and athletic activity on campus. With this problem and its ramifications in mind, an execu- tive committee was appointed which drew up a constitution providing for a dorm committee of five members and a council of a junior and a senior member from each dorm committee. Among the many activities of the Carolina Women ' s Council endorsement or sponsorship this year have been the dorm breakfast for new girls during Orienta- tion Week, the dorm displays for Homecoming, and the award and reception honoring the Out- standing Dorm girl of the year. The foremost goal of CWC is to enable Carolina women students in making their years here re- warding and fulfilling ones. Sue Ballantine. President; Jackie Turner, Treas- urer; Mary Morgan. Secretary; Joy Pattison, Vice- President. 54 ORIENTATION COMMITTEE One of the most vital functions which student government performs here at CaroUna is the rig- orous and efficient indoctrination of new students to the " Carolina Way of Life. " The Campus Orientation Committee, with Herman Godwin, Jr. as Chairman, planned and supervised the activities of new students during Orientation Week during September of 1958 as well as for the first summer school session. The program was planned to include freshmen, trans- fers, graduate, and foreign students. The chairman and the committee of twenty students with Katie Stewart, Women ' s Chairman; Nola Hatten, Grad- uate Chairman; and Sipra Bose, Foreign Student Chairman; met during March, April, and May to map out the program to be carried out by the 275 student Orientation Counselors. The Orientation activities included meetings with Chancellor Ay- cock, Dean Weaver, student government officials, and outstanding members of the faculty as well as the Honor System Lectures, registration, physi- cal examinations, and an overall introduction to the institutions and traditions of the University. HERMAN GODWIN Chairman Seated: Cynthia Thompson, Herman Godwin, Katie Stewart, Al Goldsmith. Standing: John Brooks, David Evans, LuRuth Sutton, Ken Hall, Doug Kellam, David Parker, Paddy Wall, Hugh Patterson, Nola Hatten, Graham Claytor. 55 TOM LONG President CONSOLIDATED UNIVERSITY STUDENT COUNCIL The Consolidated University Student Council, which was established to fulfill the needs of Consolidated University on the student level, is composed of student representatives from Women ' s College, North Carolina State, and the University of North Carolina. The Council acts as a liaison group, dis- cussing problems and promoting good will and understanding among the three schools. The members of the Council take these issues back to the administrations and student govern- ments of each branch of the University. To fulfill their purpose of promoting closer relations among the three schools, the Council annually sponsors a Consolidated University Day at WC, NCS, and at UNC. UNC REPRESENTATIVES. Seated.- Pat Hamer, Lawrie Gard, Tom Long, Paddy Wall. Standing: Don Furtado, Charlie Gray, Rhodes Corbett, Ralph Cummings, Erwin Fuller, Curtis Gans. 56 An assembly of the SSL Members. STATE STUDENT LEGISLATURE This year marked the twenty-second session of the North Carolina State Student Legislature, held in the Capitol Build- ing in Raleigh. The UNC delegation of thirty-five members was the largest in the Assembly. UNC was represented by three representatives in the Senate and thirty-two in the House, and played an important part in the Assembly this session. An omnibus bill was presented by the UNC floor- leader, Curtis Gans, in the House and by Roger Foushee in the Senate. The bill, entitled " A Resolution Insuring the Rights of the Individual, " was concerned with stands on segregation, " massive resistance, " congressional investigating committees, and discriminatory clauses. The annual State Student Legislature gives the students of the state an opportunity to discuss and voice an opinion on areas of concern in state, federal, national, and inter- national politics. It also serves to train students in legislative procedures. Ed Levy served as chairman of this year ' s delegation, and John Brooks and Paddy Wall were the members of the State Interim Council. NATIONAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION The University of North CaroHna was instrumental in the founding of the United States National Student Association a little over a decade ago and has since played an active and vital role. Here in Chapel Hill, it is the responsibility of the National Student Association Committee (appointed by the Student Body President) and the NSA Coordinator (elected by the student body) to act as a link between UNC and the national organization. The national organization acts as an organ of the 350 plus member schools. By participating in the National Student Congress, the Foreign Student Leadership Project, the Student Responsi- bility Project, and Educational Travel, Inc., the committee carries out nationally coordinated programs. The National Student Association Committee has undertaken several unique projects this year: organizing a Regional Speakers Bureau, investigation of the racial question by the Desegre- gation Subcommission, and planning for the Southern Stu- dent Human Relations Conference. Seated: Kathy Glavin, Susan Campbell, Ann Harvey, Donna Irving, Marcia Klingel. Standing: Jimmy Smalley, Pringle Pipkin. Ed Levy. Donny Evans. GRAHAM MEMORIAL Graham Memorial Student Union provides a pleasant combination of facilities and activities that is almost cer- tain to prove appealing to every student on campus. In spite of crowded conditions, there is still a comfort- able haven for relaxation in the Main Lounge. Nearby, the TV Room, the game rooms, and the Rendezvous Room are busy with less quiet activity. Upstairs, student organizations continue their endeavors in crowded quarters, meeting rooms become office space — so does the basement of Smith Dorm — and additional rooms for meetings are provided in Alumni Building. The hope for a new student union building continues strong. To many, the chances this year seem the best yet. The need is obvious. Graham Memorial, beautiful but never completed — over a quarter of a century old — can no longer provide the facilities needed by today ' s student body. Graham Memorial will continue to do the best pos- sible job today and will constantly prepare for tomorrow. HOWARD D. HENRY Director GM BOARD OF DIRECTORS Seated: Paddy Wall, Don Furtado, Martha Wellons. Standing: Bill Wilson, Gary Greer, Bob Carter, James Wallace, John Brooks, Howard Henry. tI :i. STUDENT ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE Lynn Butler, Roger Foushee, Bob Borden, Chairman; Ess Bruner, Jimmy Patrick. OFFICE STAFF Larry Graham, Joe Creek- more, Paul Belanga, Mrs. Douglas Fambrough, Larry Anderson, Brooks Wicker, Hooper Averitt. FLOATER STAFF Jay Deits, Fred Van Horn (Captain), Ken Carrington, Graham Claytor, Run Young, Don Murphy, Jerry Purgason. 61 BOB CARTER President GRAHAM MEMORIAL OFFICERS JACK MITCHELL, Vice-President BETTY ZEA, Secretary GMAB, a term heard so frequently at Carolina, is the programming arm of the student union. Its primary purpose is to plan and conduct a wide variety of recreational, educational, and cultural programs and activities for the entire student body. The students who make up GMAB are all interested individuals who wish to give their time and services to provide themselves and their fellow students with interesting and productive leisure time activities. COMMITTEE HEADS Seated: Betty Zea, Edna Fay Pugh, Glenna McGinnis, Cathy Carter. Standing: Angus Duff, Graham Adams, Bob Borden, Lewis May. 62 ACTIVITIES BOARD There are thirteen committees which produce the activity of GMAB. Students find great enjoyment of mind and pocket- book watching the Free FUcks, which are run twice weekly. Combo dances or free juke box music in the Rendezvous Room offer the energetic and dance-minded the chance to " shake a leg. " A monthly calendar, put out by GMAB, enables every student to know what is happening " over at GM. " Many find great enjoyment and entertainment in the Petite Musicales, which are intermingled throughout the school year. Student talent in acting, staging, dancing, etc., comes alive with the production of " Sound and Fury, " the yearly all student musical comedy. Bridge, Ping Pong, and Pool enthu- siasts get the chance to play and to win prizes in the tourna- ments sponsored by GMAB. Around Christmas we see a lovely decorated student union building, part of the work of the Receptions and Decorations Committee. Dance lessons, drama, polls, parties, forums, and contests are all among the activities that are a part of GMAB. A chance to work, a chance to play, are offered to all who wish to have the time of their lives participating in the Graham Memorial Activities Board. Our lounge is the sight of many receptions. Decuratiuns Committee functions at GM. 63 The counting of votes in the basement of Graham Memorial goes on till far into the night. The Morehead Sundial is the favorite landmark for visiting children to climb, and late at night an occasional Carolina student may be seen on his way up MILITARY A F ' f.z: ' m t M WILLIAM S. GODWIN Cadet Commander As the United States Air Force has been rec- ognized as America ' s first line of defense, the AFROTC is an integral part of the University of North Carolina. The purpose of the program is to provide a constant supply of officer material. The AFROTC enables the cadet to prepare for the role of a responsible citizen, a well-trained Air Force officer, and possibly a pilot. The training here consists of intensive classroom and laboratory W9t GROUP HEADQUARTERS STAFF Kneeling- Joel E. Vickers, Carl K. Styers, Lewis D. Sanders, Mike F. Smith, William M. Mallory, and James F. Little. Standing- William F. Parker, James A. Caldwell, Carey W. Daniel, Jr., Kenneth K. Walker, Philip T. Williams, Jr., and Neil C. Mullen. 66 O T C work. Principles of effective leadership and the importance of military discipline are stressed. During their junior and senior years, the cadets are offered an advanced AFROTC program. It calls for four extra hours of classroom work and two extra hours of drill each week. Upon the completion of the academic requirement for a bachelor ' s degree plus four years of AFROTC training, each cadet is commissioned and assigned to active duty. WILLIAM F. PARKER Executive Cadet Ofp-cer SQUADRON STAFF HEADQUARTERS Kneeling: Jon Q. Clark and Howard E. Pope. Standing: Larry A. Stephenson, Roger K. McGuire, John C. Ray, William B. Edmund, Jack E. Thomson, Dave C. Scurlock, Richard G. Rhyne, James F. Little, and Daniel D. Drummond. 67 SQUADRON BOGDAN M. ZLOTNICKI Commander. Squadron 2 i 1 DAVID A. ELLIS Commander. Squadron 1 SQUADRON 2 J. A. RHOADES Cadet Captain Drill Squadron Commander DRILL SQUADRON .-S; r- 5 :3 ui ( i y- ' ,! BAND SQUADRON J. A. LASLEY Band Squadron Commander ■4 ' T.v.;v_ 69 ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY First Roir Kuliarcl IJ. Bfr.L ix i, Kix-denc F. Wdlfer, Franklin L. Adams, Bennett G. Denemark, Bc dan M. Zluiin, ,-., Carey W. Daniel, William F. Parker. William S. Godwin, and James A. Singleton. Second Row. Philip T. William.«;. Howard E. Pope, Lewis D. Sanders, Michael F. Smith, Billy G. Kent, Richard G. Rhvne, Michael W. Bell, Douglas N. Kelly, Robert D. Fulghum, Harry A. Usher, and James L. Frost. Third Row: Carl K. Styers, David A. Ellis, Philip B. Nash, Robert B. Silliman, Samuel S. Woodley, Thomas J. Harris, Luther J. Davis, Joel E. Vickers, John C. Ray, Luther L. Walker, Kenneth R. Walker, Larry A. Stephenson, James F. Little, and Ronald P. Kelly. The angels and the . . . fly boys I I ffm h • I 3i 70 The objectives of the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps are two-fold: to provide a steady supply of well educated Junior Of- ficers, to serve on active duty in the Line or Staff of the Navy or the Marine Corps, and to build up a reserve of officers subject to call in the event of a national emergency. Students within the program take eight semesters of Naval Science along with the courses in his academic field of choice. There are two drill periods each week. Activities within the unit include the Rifle Team and the unit newspaper, The Carolina Cutter. The Drill Team and the Drum and Bugle Corps participate at football games and parades in the area. The Quarterdeck Society handles unit sponsored dances and parties which have proved quite successful. Color Guard N ROTC BATTALION STAFF Center Forward: Dick Cashwell, Mid ' n. Captain, Battalion Commander. Second Row; Jack Reed, Mid ' n. Commander, Executive Officer: and Ken McCall, Mid ' n. Lieutenant Commander, Operations Officer. Third Row. Tom Alexander, Mid ' n. Lieutenant, Supply Officer; Bob Furtado, Mid ' n. Lieutenant, ConimMnications Officer; and Kag Herring, Mid ' n. Lieutenant, Adjutant. COMPANIES ALLIE HUTCHISON. Mid ' n. Lieutenant Commanding Officer of " A " Company Alpha Company 3 tt -W % • . . z o. o u Bravo Company JIM KELLY Mid ' n. Lieutenant Commanding Officer of " B " Company DAVID FLOYD Mid ' n. Lieutenant Comynanding Officer of " C " Company Charlie Comoanv --rry -a BOB BLAKELY Mid ' n. Lieutenant Commanding Officer of Drum and Bugle Corps Drum and Bugle Corps Drill Team WALTER FITTS Mid ' n. Lieutenant Commanding Officer oj Drill Team QUARTERDECK SOCIETY Pete Liman, Treasurer; Al Goldsmith, President; Ray Davison; Bill Porter; Walt Fitts, Vice-President; Denton Lotz; Bob Blakely; and Ward Purrington. CAROLINA CUTTER Seated: Tom Smith. Standing: Samuel Peace, III, John Carlton, Lewis Griffith, Curtis Brooks, Gary Greer, and William Franklin. cr , l BaHaB S J " ST ■P H v B| n B kjr . npKv ' B - iTi ' Iv • • ' r ' B ; 1 i 9 1 Km. ' A J iljittt lrmx J fKl m Ir w i ' il Mi ■kJji n H v - WH i y iifti B " Ij r " " J B ' ' ' m ni t 1 1 j „ - ' dyB j ■ " i BkM mI H m k HI H RIFLE TEAM Kneeling: Alan Buch, William Pope, F. Wirkus, and Howard Troutman. Standing: Mike Collins, Jerrold Parsell, Allen Simpson, Garry Kwist, and David Gore. WALTER M. FITTS NROTC Representative Scabbard and Blade is a national military society formed of cadet officers chosen for their outstanding leadership qualities. We, the members, believe that our opportunities place upon us the responsibilities to unite with our military departments, to preserve SCABBARD AND BLADE Scabbard and Blade Advisors MAJOR NORTON and MAJOR LOCKE DAVID A. ELLIS AFROTC Representative and develop the essential qualities of good and effi- cient officers, to prepare ourselves to have influence in military affairs of our communities, and above all to spread intelligient knowl- edge concerning the mili- tary requirements of our country. First Row: C. B. Sheets, R. G. Cashwell. A. M, Salem, T. C. Moore, H. C. Embrv. J. H. Alexander, J. A. Singleton, III, J. T. Alexander, Jr., R. F. Blackley, and A. A. Hutchison. Second Row: Major L. C. Norton, Company Advisor. F. E. Wirkus, Jr., B. E. Keys, D. A. Ellis, E. J. Kellv, Jr., J. E. Wickers, C. B. Metcalf, R. M. Rhodes, H. L. Patterson, and H. P. Troutman. ,mi .JL _ _; _ ' J _J J _ 5 ' .-. | J ■ -I If. FRATERNITIES INTERFRATERNITY Under the capable leadership of Tucker Yates, the Interfraternity Council completed one of its most suc- cessful years. It has sought to raise the standards of scholarship, brotherhood, and character necessary to any worthy fraternity. To enhance this purpose, the IFC awards again this year the R. B. House Outstanding Fraternity Award, established in 1956. This award, in the form of a trophy, is presented annually to that fraternity on campus which best embodies these ideals and achievements. Greek Week, featuring a pledge banquet, exchange dinners, an afternoon of constructive work in the community, and interfraternity competion in carnival and athletics, was again very successful. This year, in cooperation with Pan Hel, the IFC spon- sored a fraternity contribution to a blood bank for North Carolina Memorial Hospital to be used for chil- dren with heart diseases. TUCKER YATES President INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Kneeling: Louis Starr, Franchot Palmer, Cowles Liipfert, Dave Sloan, Don Millen, J. C. Byrd, Pete Austin, Walker Blanton, Jim Smalley, George Boss, John Burgwyn, Jim Thompson. Standing; Tucker Yates, Bert Salem, Ashe Exum, Arthur Sandman, Bob Burroughs, Bryan Latham, Ed Moore, Don Hearn, Bob Bender, Mason Wilkins, James Pittman, Lloyd Horton, Jim Rouse, Buck Morgan, Bob Mauldin, Herb Scott, Charles Luchs, Ben Keys, Bill Luesing, Ed Levy, Clarence Carter, Walt Fitts. Rear. Eric Jacobsen, Dick Frazier, J. R. Brown, Lloyd Infinger, Dick Olive, Buddy Spoon. 78 :OUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Left to Right: Ashe Exum, Treasurer; Ben Keys. Secretary; Walt Fitts, Vice- President. The IFC, an organization composed of two members from each social frater- nity, was founded to govern all social fraternities, to study their problems, and to promote cooperation among its twenty-four components. The IFC Court serves as the judicial body of this organization. The IFC conducts the very extensive rushing program and publishes a handbook, given to all entering freshmen interested in fraternities. This handbook explains rush and its rules, lists each fraternity and its members, and furnishes a short history of each chapter. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL COURT Standing: Bob Bender, Garret Folger. Seated: Jerry Blumenthal, Joe Alexander, Grey Poole, Marshall Happer. 79. TUCKER YATES President OMEGA 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 Palra, and its colors are azure and gold. " And then she . . . " Impromptu jam session in the A.T.O. bar Boasting the longest continuous existence of any Carolina fraternity, ' 58 found us back on remodeled 229 East Franklin . . . Our top pledges were quickly introduced to a life of beernics, barnics and book- nics . . . Yates held IFC presidency and Cummings rode in saddle of the student body veep; the rest of us joined in different activities around campus. Our social life varied with sorority parties, im- promptu jam sessions, and semi-formal dances. In " 58 Chi O capers and Steekerets were still popular. Our jocks, Shaffer, Droze, Burgwyn, and others aided the ranks of almost every Carolina team. How can next year be better? BODEN BONJEAN BRANHAM BURGWYN CAGLE CREIGHTON CRUTCHFIELD CUMMINGS DRAUGHON DROZE EAGLES ESKRIDGE EVERETT GLAWSON GOODMAN GREEN HARRIS JORDAN KENAN Vice-President MARLEY McLEAN Treasurer MORRISON OLIVER PRESTON RAND SEAMAN SHAFFER STECK STREET SUTTLE VEAZEY WHITE YANCEY YATES President [V w 1 JON BARBOUR Pledge President ill. P ! f1f¥ Wfc PLEDGE CLASS First Roiti. Paddison, Perry, Loomis, Pettibone, Shepard, Llewellyn, White, Irvin, Kerbaugh, Eubanks, Taylor. Second Row. M cMillan, Hill, Sherrod, Griffiss, Williams, Milstead, Early, Parker, Whicker, McClister, Clark, Kenrick, McNally. BOB BENDER President SCOTT GRIFFETH Pledge President BETA THETA PI Beta Theta Pi, the oldest great national fraternity, was founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, on August 8, 1839. Eta chapter was chartered in 1852 as the third frater- nity at TJNC. The fraternity magazine Beta Theta Pi is the oldest of its kind. The national colors are pink and blue, and the flower is the rose. Thanks to Charlie and Jimmy, 1958 starts with an excellent pledge class. Plundered our way to heights in intramurals under D.K. Somebody said we ' s have a party and forget the cost. Wes maybe? And all the time George tried to save a dollar. Cliff got excused from chapter meeting, and Joe got a letter from two in Canada. Jenky tried to collect a bill. Legette was the world. " Hold it down boys " — Bender. Otto tried to start a riot. Ace makes Phi Bete. Chuck turned play- maker. Cowan — the best friend a pledge ever had. " Only an optimist smiles before noon " — Roach. Did Forrest say something? P.P. vs. D.T.H. Pfeff vs. the door. Good year ended with trip to Mickey Rooney ' s beach. " See you at seven o ' clock " Spit shine on the way 82 McCOLL, D. PRICE NELLER House Manager WILKINSON NISBET Recorder WILLIAMS PFEFFERKORN PIPKIN Corresponding Sec ' ty WILSON WRIGHT 83 CHI PHI lOOth anniversary for Alpha-Alpha. Pops Yul gets a Pat . . . Captain Rattay praises Marvin . . . Sandy on the couch . . . Cha Cha smiles on, despite ulcer . . . Contest between Goldsmith and Parks rolls out . . . Ross ' s monthly allowance cut to $300 . . . Parrot and his W. C. Dollie . . . Potter gets a new pledge . . . Inman ' s tales of love and passion . . . Bubba sets binocular endurance record . . . Babe ' s famous rush slogan . . . Beaver gets SHUTT out . . . Philip, the Y-Courter, keeping the house informed . . . Obs enters Church life . . . Covin goes after Phi Bete . . . " Bob, hasn ' t she been here before? " . . . Sparks — " Who the hell are the Hairps? " . . . Promoter Shaw introduces another Shaw original . . . Blythe and Means still in the red . . . D. M. and T. T., majors in the King ' s English ... J. R. ' s greatski dates — especially Tubs . . . Cogs still likes kittens . . . Byers — " who can I date? " . . . Gangreene plagues the house again . . . Tom Grant, get sharp . . . Waller and Green make the scene . . . Supplestein out of business . . . Riley, married, joins the pack . . . Abbott hustles . . . Weil ' s bridge games . . . Corrupted Tatum slides to Greensboro weekly . . . Young likes Corky, among others . . . Sharpe ' s rush chairman . . . Mims laughs off food committee. What a greatski year! ABERNETHY HELMS PURKS Secretary BLYTHE Treasurer INMAN POTTER BOB MAULDIN President JOE BELL Pledge President " Gimme those good ole Chi Phi spirits. " 84 The national chapter of Chi Phi was founded at Princeton University in 1824 and this chapter, the original Southern Order, in 1858 and 1924. Its colors are scarlet and blue and the publication is the Chi Phi Chakett. BROWN JARRELL RATTAY Vice-President COGGINS LEWIS ROSS COVIN DIXON MAULDIN. B. MAULDIN, P. President SHARPS SHAW FULK MEANS SMITH GOLDSMITH GREEN MEEK PATSEAVOURIS STEVENS TATUM Last minute detail — " where ' s the truck? " 5 « fr If If ■J a f f ! PLEDGE CLASS First Row: Briggs, Mansfield, Ross, Kenan, Ricks, Richards. Second Row- Sams, Slover, Evans, Hockman, Wilday, Mewshaw. Third Row: Weaver, Bell, Allred, Jackson, Davis, Young, Brown. 85 m CHI PSI The national chapter of Chi Psi was founded at Unon College in 1841, and locally in 1855. The publications are the Purple and Gold and The Sigvia Scroll, and its colors are purple and gold. ADAMS BIREN GRAVER Treasurer DARMSTATTER GRAYSON HAMILL HARRIS HUNNICUTT HUNTINGTON President LASLEY Vice-President LONG LOWE Secretary LOUGHRAN MARKS MENDENHALL MYSE OLIVE PULTZ RAY REAVES RHYNE SCHWERZEL Ho ise Manager SUGG TOSTI TURNBULL TURNER " And we guard our future CHARLIE HUNTINGTON President " What ' s happened to everyone? " Lots of men were lost with graduation and fatal trek down the aisle. Never- theless, we still see many a familiar face whether in a crowded smoke-filled room or in " Y " Court. Rush was hectic but everyone was happy. The football team kept everyone celebrating and having a good time. While under the leadership of our new president we accepted roles of student, athlete, " mover " ' and what have you. The 104th year was similar to the past with the excep- tion that everything was bigger and better. Conserva- tively we assumed the " Forward Look. " Semper fidelis AL FOX Pledge President PLEDGE CLASS Front Row: Overstreet, McMicheal, Fox, Johnson, Fawcett. Bock Row: Wall, Moore, Andreae, Hansel. DELTA KAPPA EPSILON HISTORY Delta Kappa Epsilon was founded nationally at Yale University in 1844, and the local chapter was established in 1851. Delta Kappa Epsilon publishes quarterly its official magazine, entitled The DEKE Quarterly, and the national colors are scarlet, azure and old gold. The tea before the takeoff Neat Deke Sunday morning . . . scene, the DKE house living room . . . Charlie " What — Me Worry? " Webb awakens on the couch . . . perhaps we are blessed by a periodic visit of Archibald " Duke " Palmer . . . then the Stork appears and is questioned concern- ing his disappearance between ten and one from the party the night before. WILLIAM LUESING President POPE SHUFORD Pledge President PLEDGE CLASS First Row: Roberts, Simpson, Shuford, Sutton. Second Row Phillips, McCoy, Whitley. Powell, Thompson. Third Row: Burnett, Campbell, Gil- christ. Fourth Row: Kellam, McGregor, O ' Bannon. Fifth Row: Ragsdale, Holderness. Whedbee. Sixth Row: Quick. Brinson, Fountain. Seventh Row: Eskridge, Alexander, Brown. ATKINSON BLANTON BLOUNT BORDEN CROW HOLDERNESS JESTER JOHNSON LOCKETT LUESING President McMILLION PALMER, W. Vice-President PALMER, Y. PATRICK PEARSALL PERRY RAGSDALE RAND SCHENCK SHEPARD SHUFORD Secretary SIMS STOKER TIFFANY WALKER WHITAKER Treasurer WILSON WOOD The familiar quacking of the infamous duck-call is heard, but inclement weather prevents the dove club from disembarking and Tarzan swings out alone. At twelve o ' clock the incredible shrinking couple arrives — for dinner. Luesing descends with the objective of quizzing a pledge, but once sur- rounded, is soon seen answering questions himself. Sunday dinner ensues, then the Redskins, then postponed assignments. So passes the 108th year of Beta — composed of minutes no Brother would think of trading. ■ ' tr-- ■ . iHy " DELTA UPSILON 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. BLACK BUTLER CORNELL DALTON Vice-President ELLIS GRAY HOWARD Treasurer JOHNSON KEMM LEONARD PEARSON SHAPPARD SLOAN SMITH SPOON WILLIAMS Secretary JIM VANCE President JOE DeBLASIO Pledqe President Delta U, ' 58- ' 59 . . . bigger than ever, and still content to call ourselves small . . . the accom- plishments and frustrations of being closely knit and the confusion and problems of larger num- bers. Our own private parking problem . . . The Corvette and the " bug. " Bruce ' s young blades — " GET OFF THAT GRASS! " . . . Surprised by the size of our own parties . . . Joe on drums, Bud on piano, Bill ' s guitar and Tommy ' s sax equals scrambled " Saints " and oc- casional words from the neighbors . . . Don Howard ' s sleepless nights . . . president JV . . . the sackrats and chowhounds . . . plainsong and pipesmoke from the annex, in Nick ' s 3-D . . . photographer Buddy and Charlie ' s not-so-silent typewriter . . . " The DUNC will be out before . . . " Silent Stan, Smilling Denny, two dentists, Dave getting tied up with stair rail. The married brethren, and the near married . . . Guy off his crutches . . . Lynn finding Frank ' s shaving cream in his toothpaste . . . and more names than there is room for here. " Then what ' s a street for? ' " Here ' s to the D.U. life " PLEDGE CLASS First Row: Easley, McDonald, Philips, Scott, Floyd, Alpin. Second Roiu: Spencer, Buch, Tower, Neil, Taff. Third Row. Wise, Lehman, Manud, Stack, Durill, Tucker. Fourth Row: DeBlasio, Ellison, Williams, Waldron. 91 KAPPA ALPHA 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 magnolia and the crimson rose. Its publication is the Kappa Alpha Journal. JERRY SHINN President PLEDGE CLASS First Row. Elliot, Clark, Beveridge. Hoskins. Steagall, Morgan. Second Row: Hunter, Lipe. Cook, Bowden, Shelton, Pickett. McGee. Third Row: Steele. Bushong, Gonzalez, Holland, Mayo, Stallings, Eddings. Fourth Row: Lee. " Now once again, who won the Civil War? " Queen for a Day? — no, she ' s the KA Rose. 92 CHARLIE GONZALE2 Pledge President CARTER CLARK CONNELL COWAN Secretary FITTS FULLER GUFFEY GUY HALE HIGHSMITH KING LEFLER MANNING MILLER MURRAY OVERMAN PALMER PEMBERTON PLYLER POPE POST REYNOLDS SHINN President SMITH THARRINGTON TRAVIS UPTON Vice-President Parties every night . . . Gay rushes everybody in sight, still not knowing the three R ' s . . . Fitts dates a relative of the house . . . King tells cruelty jokes while Hamp investigates moonshine from the mountains. Whispering John speaks at last . . . Fuller and Davis wonder who they are . . . Benny files to the bluegrass country for " that certain party " . . . Wally jitters at Germans while Harold, the immaculator, calls on the Whitehead girls . . . Overman disappears . . . Jap, the KA Rose, scavenges while the pledges clean the attic . . . Vernon and his do-it-yourself kit . . . Bernie likes the showers . . . Carter goes to IFC at long last . . . Allen fails to win the Best Dressed Golfer on campus . . . We win with Shinn. 93 KAPPA SIGMA ,4 __E-. • ■ ■ ' Kappa Sigma was founded nationally at the University 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 Caduceus and The Star and Crescent. Future Teachers of America Our 2nd year under the capable leadership of Squeaky Frazier, yielded very favorable results. With an excellent pledge class, we began the up- hill grind for the intramural cup. Not only was it RALPH JAMISON Pledge President Observation Time the most progressive year, but the swingingest. In the fall, weekday classes and Y-Court breaks were topped off by football weekends and cabin parties afterwards — then off to U. Va. for more festivities. PLEDGE CLASS First Row: Eldridge, Farrior, Jamison, Sanders, Holdford, Holmes. Second Row: Taylor, Leonard, Degnon, Harriss, Green, Daniels. II M ' ' I M ,r T ' ' ' n fli f f f f t f ALLEN BREWER COLEY DEGNON DRUMMOND FINEGAN FOWLER FRAZIER President FURR HALL HARDY HARRISS Secretary JACOBUS JOHNSTON LANHAM LEFFLER MILLER MILLS PRITCHETT Treasurer THOMPSON, J. THOMPSON, W. TOLAR DICK FRAZIER President The orphan party, a successful pledge weekend, the beach in fall and spring, late studying for quizzes inter- rupted by Germans weekends, and the senior beer party at Hogan ' s in May were over too soon. Memories of this year remain with those graduating long after they leave, as the best year of Alpha Mu. 95 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 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. ALLRED BALLIS BEAVER Vice-President CRAIG DRIES FAIR FIELDS President GRAHAM, E. Social Chairman GRAHAM, L. GRISET HINSON HOWERTON JOHNSON LASHLEY LITTLE NEWTON READ TEAGUE Treasurer THOMPSON WHITE WHITLEY Secretary Wv didn ' t win " CURTIS FIELDS House President Gamma Nu returned in the fall with high hopes, among those the possibility of a new chapter house, after a year of national fame as a result of the mid- night blast at Jack ' s. A splendid pledge class (con- gratulations to Vince!) and the election of Lowell as Social Chairman resulted in not a few hard rock- ing parties. Scode was farther out than ever . . . Fields gave his views on romance (they were pretty good, too) . Johnson told us he had been in the Army again . . . White makes long haul to Limestone . . . Read wants to get married . . . Roberts shows Carolina how High Point parties (and boy they really party!) . . . Whit and Wig tour our fair United States . . . Fair gives views on all subjects . . . Sherwood is on the ground just for meals . . . Chuck loses car keys at Finley (what was he doing?) and continues to spill tea . . . Lowell and Griset keep working with the bells . . . We initiate Hatley and Hinson out of friendship alone. And as the year wore on, it looked as if the old house at 111 Pickard Lane would ring with shouts and laughter until June . . . and it did. PLEDGE CLASS Seated: Goode, Sharpe, Taylor, Thomas, Piatt, McCall. Standing.- Gaskin, Wrenn, Alley, Seidler, Matthews, Bishee, Whittenton, Brannon. McDaniel, Butler, Pashales, Gunter. STU BUTLER Pledge President 97 PHI DELTA THETA . jf. The national fraternity of Phi Delta Theta was founded at Maimi University of Ohio in 1848, and locally in 1885. The Scroll and The Palladhnn are the official publications of Phi Delta Theta. Its colors are white and blue, and the official flower is the white carnation. DON MILLEN President FREDDIE JOHNSON Pledge President i-LKUGE CL. SS First Row: Johnson, Farris. Miller. Smith. Pleasants, Moore, Evans. Second Row: Barringer, Howell, Butler, Wall, Cannon, Hendrickson, Harris, Burroughs, Campbell. Third Row: Cox, Hubbard, Malone, Bilbro, Bates, McSwain, Rodgers. The great Asheville convention is immediately superseded by the perennial phenomenon of Phikeia finding as Tiger (evicted from Georgia) brings home two dozen of Sturm trophy caliber . . . Mean- while D. W. Moon continues he dynamism; Claytor is in motion (though insufficient to keep water warm) . . . Floyd and Cushman philosphize from Olympus, the former demonstrating that Marines have girls in every port, and wondering why Big Joe Hatchett makes our small world oblivious to Mid-East crisis . . . Pogp entertains great groups of strange and wonderful people. In 72 hours it Monday again? . . . Smith and Davis evolve an abortive imitation of Alpha Sig Sig . . . Epps ' minutes take hours in Senatorial tradition . . . Cloudy drifts away to religion department and Goose just drifts (Northwest fish) . . . Reet continues to continue, especially on Satur- days, and Ma continues to smile and improperly serves Brunswick stew ... No matter what we do when we grow up, life will never be quite the same, nor quite so fun. AUSTIN, L. AUSTIN, S. BARKS BERNARD BLOOM BRADLEY BROOKE CLAYTOR COOPER CORBETT CUSHMAN DAVIS DEANS Treasurer DUNLAP EPPS Secretary FLOYD Preceptor GIBSON GRAHAM GRUBB HARRIS HOWSON KENTOPP LINDSAY MILLEN President MITCHELL NICHOLS NORTON PITTMAN POOLE SALLEY Vice-President SMITH, J. SMITH, S. STEM WALLDORF WARNER, D. WARNER, J. WARREN WEAVER WINGFIELD Seminar 96 — Prof. Tom Collins " O God. Mother, what are you doing here? " 99 PHI GAMMA DELTA v: - E to _ Phi Gamma Delta was founded nationally at Washington 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. ANDERSON Treasurer BOSS BRYAN EDWARDS FURTADO GRAHAM HARE Corresponding Secretary HAWKINS HERRING Recording Secretary MORRIS MYATT OWENS PATTERSON PATTISALL ROPER SCHROEDER SEWELL SIMPSON SLOAN President SPAIN Historian THOMAS VENTERS WOODS 100 r 4 : Fijis off to the Saturday afternoon Kenan Stadium Cocktail Hour. " This ain ' t no laughing matter " DAVID SLOAN President 108th year for Epsilon . . . Fijis return from trium- phant summer . . . Sloan and Hare in Maine . . . " Leaves " Venters hears, ' ' I loves ya " . . . " Ma " Mengel buys get away car . . . Duck at St. Mary ' s again . . . Moose and Tricky hitting Trade Winds daily . . . " Ears " moons over Vermont Miss . . . Owens reading Wall Street Journal . . . J. B. Hendren still selling out . . . " King Kong " . . . Beast Honey . . . Snowflake survives summer . . . Capt. Thorn in Texas . . . Next step for Reid — Chevy business . . . Drew takes big step . . . ' Tado (D. A.) gets loves . . . Snerd at Hill, Daisey May in Durham . . . Horace too busy for love . . . Dumpy, picture of indecision . . . Yank and Fipp and Vir- ginia . . . Matthews racing his " T-Bird " . . . Rose marries Miss Fashionplate . . . RMBC and Fuzzy- Wuzzy . . . Pack back in stirrup . . . Skull earning 50c an hour . . . Death returns from Wilmington . . . Bob (B. A.) ' Tado shapes up troops, Semper Fidelis . . . Brows Boss between Reynolds and St. Mary ' s . . . Kalkhurst throws pool party ... Eli goes wild at Hogan ' s cabin . . . Judas Simpson kisses a girl . . . Graham misses big chance in Maine. Flash! Grey works out in gym . . . Wilkerson and steady Betty . . . Myatt makes a million . . . D. Daniel attends Durham High . . . " Good Morning, Albert " . . . " All right " . . . Paul, Prince, lola man kitchen . . . Great pledge class . . . Banner . . . No sweat on Heber. JIMMY SLOAN Pledge President PLEDGE CLASS First Row. Cherry, Gardner, Frye, Alexander, Cook, Marks. Second Row. Brown, Mark, Patterson, Cole, Atkinson, Knott, Weaver. Third Row: Dunn, Bishop, Ruffin, Johnson, Sloan, Lee, Henderson. 101 PHI KAPPA SIGMA Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity was founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1850. The local chapter, Lambda, was founded in 1856. The colors are black and old gold; the flower is the yellow chrysanthemum. The Phi Kappa Sigma News Letter and the Lambda Lite are the main publications. AMAN Treasu7 ' e7- BIRD CREEM CULBREATH DICKMAN Secretary EARNHARDT EVERITT GACA HAMILL HEATHER KECK McGRAW, D. Vice-President McGRAW, G. MENKE MILLS PHELAN President PHELPS SALEM SCHLOSSER SMITH STEELE STROUD SUTORIUS THOMAS, A. THOMAS, V. WHITEHEAD Dear to the heart " Hi Mom " RUSTY PHELAN President PLEDGE CLASS First Row: Williams, Averitt. Crutchfield, King. Second Row: Taylor, Proescher, Melton, Wilson. Longenecker, Creem. BILL MELTON Pledge President Horse gets escort from A.B.C. men . . . Bimbo falls on cracker . . . Norm finally housebroken . . . Spring cleaning for third floor (in fall) . . . Epes joins " ' Hot Nuts " . . . Chas finally makes it . . . Ham sends friends to Tri Delt house . . . Jim injured in squirrel hunt . . . Corr takes flying lessons at 110 mph . . . One point landing on head, says Krod . . . Dee gets one quality point for letter writing . . . Many speed- ing voyages around " the hill " in the Phi Kap hearse . . . Epes invited to Chapel Hill Junior Prom (aren ' t we envious) . . . Neil gets first date (its about time) . . . Vince falls in love and gets shot down . . . Redmen Club meet again . . . Keck continues his Beach Bop . . . Rusty goes sorority hopping while Brenda is in Charlotte . . . Jerry finally passes Spanish with his brainy New Tutor . . . Bert herds Camels with Candles . . . Beach Ball plays Santa Claus at the annual Christmas party . . . Nancie pins Phil, for a while . . . The spring brings Pledge weekend, trips to the beach, another Germans and finally graduation when five leave 203 West Cam- eron for the great beyond retaining fond memories of days spent with Phi Kappa Sigma. 103 PI KAPPA ALPHA Pi Kappa Alpha was founded nationally at the University of Virginia in 1868, and established at the University of North Carolina in 1895. The publi- cation 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. MASON WILKINS President ALEXANDER, J. H. ALEXANDER, J. T. Treasiirer ALLEGOOD BELL CASHWELL CRAWFORD EFIRD ETHERIDGE FORD FOXWORTH GODWIN GRAY GRIGG HALL HAMLET HARRISS JAMES Vice-President LLNEBERGER LONGENECKER MALCOM MARTIN PARKER ROBINSON Secretary ROGERS SCOTT SINGLETARY SINGLETON SMITH, T. SMITH, W. THOMAS WIBLE WILKINS President WILSON 104 Returning brothers find the house has gotten quite a face lifting over the summer . . . " Herm " orients new students, tells all the world that he finds his co-worker, Katy, " most worthy in his eyes " . . . " Wart " and Lynda announce plans to support themselves by keeping girls on weekends ... A marine makes good: Cashwell leads the battalion . . . A. E. heads a terrific rush, and K. T. and " Silent " take on pledge class . . . T. A. gives Jo Ann a ring, bought with profits from his new drink machine . . . Joe sets up " Bartending 41 " lab . . . Mason, " Whacky " and Etheridge spark winning blue team . . . Wade finds that fame has its prob- lems as TV camera catches him with the wrong girl . . . " Tricky " turns acrobat . . . Special com- mittee set up (Wible rejoices!) to investigate tee shirt prices with or without numbers . . . Foxworth gets all expense paid trip to Virginia . . . T. R. and company double the population of Waynesville over Tennessee weekend . . . Grigg and gang stage " Beat Dook " Parade . . . Thanksgiving and Christ- mas parties, Germans, Dream Girl, pledge week- end, initiation, and beach parties, as a good year, the last for eleven, comes to an end. Caught without shades Human sacrifice . . . natives go wild ,LEN CRONENBERG Pledge President PLEDGE CLASS First Row. Alligood. Cronenberg, Lowrance. Murphy. Second Roio. Craig. Suttle. W. Smith. Lefler. Scott. Wilkins. Adams. Daley. Browder. Hayes. Third Row. Pollard. Smith, Butler, Capetanos, Carrawan, Graham. Buxtem. Wait, Copland, Tygart, Hornthal. Rich. 105 Pi Kappa Phi fraternity was founded nationally at the College of Charleston in 1904, and was established at the University of North Carolina in 1914. The official colors are gold and white, and the publication is The Star and Lamp. The flower is the red rose. But what are you doing back, I thought you flunked out for sure. Welcome back. " Shut up and pour " . . . Sack-a-pigs don ' t appreciate three A.M. floor sand- ings . . . New pledges, " Glad to have you with us and by the way I certainly do need a pack of Pall Mall ' s . . . Rabbits overrun homecoming display . . . ratz, ratz, ratz, as big as envelopes overrun Yankee Room . . . First annual Hate Charlie Brown Week. Pledges propelled float draws stares in Beat Dook Parade . . . too bad it had to collapse. Alumni try to flunk everybody out . . . Early Christmas for good old Sambo ... Pi Kaps have combo . . . Lost drumsticks . . . Peace and quiet at last . . . ' cept he found them . . . Got four aces! . . . Tough, straight flush . . . West auctions off date . . . Air Force vs. Navy . . . Civilians win . . . Bar theme " Around the World in Eighty Drinks but who can read Chinese? . . . Operation Planter ' s Wart . . . Pledges join Volunteer Fire Department . . . Need a room for a date? Call Ma Britt ' s board- ing house . . . Darrell ' s new roommate . . . We really ought to study . . . Did you say exams were here already, where ' s the semester gone? See you next year. PLEDGE CLASS JERRY FERGUSON First Row: Ferguson, Fulgum. Farmer. Wolfer, Hutson. Second Row- Brinkley, Johnson, Pledge President Mixon, Perry, Beasley, Green. Third Row. Brown, Pollack, Rudy, Duckett, Adams. Fourth Roio: IBlack, Briggs, Harris, Ray, Beaty. Russell. 106 Busy life " Look, no cavities " CLARENCE CARTER PresidenL CARTER Archon FORTNER Historian INFINGER Secretary KELLY MACKIE Warden MONTGOMERY RAAB SHAW WEST Assistant Treasurer 107 PI LAMBDA PHI Pi Lambda Phi was founded nationally at Yale University in 1895, and locally in 1939. The national colors of the fraternity are purple and gold, and its publication is Tripod. ALPER FLEISHMAN GA RR GIRRARD HARRIS JACOBSEN Rex KATZIN Archon KORNFELD Keeper of the Exchequer LEDER REYNER SANDMAN SCHWARTZ SIRKIN SOLOMON Scribe TANNENBAUM ZEMON ERIC JACOBSEN President The fall found our men returning from summer jobs and motor bike tours around the " continent " looking forward to a great year for Omega Beta. Casualties over the summer included Fred who pinned his girl from " Yankee-land. " Shortly after the year commenced, Howie and Dick added their names to the list. Rush week proved very success- ful with twenty fine men taking the swingin ' route. As the fall parties began with a blast following the State game — the shuffling craze had begun with the " Hot Nuts " at their best on the front porch. Our Parents- Alumni weekend saw the house swing in high gear with the " toughest " party of the foot- ball season. Christmas found a mass migration to the Florida beaches. Then came gross exam week . . . what a pain. Everybody works? Minus one graduate, Stan, we began the new semester with Winter German. Pledge weekend proved to be the social highlight of the year; Beach weekend?? with the advent of June, six seniors bid fond farewell to Carolina and a very successful and enjoyable college career came to a close. Above: Forced conversation during rush you getting along? " Below: " We ' re in. " PLEDGE CLASS First Row: Lewis, Taylor, Rushner, Miller, A. Second Row: Weil, Bernholz, Roth, Neerman, Lowe, Mann, Shapiro. Third Row: Jelline, Miller, T., Marcus, Tarlow, Ruttenberg, Summer, Bernstein, Rosenzweig. FLOYD KUSHNER Pledge President 109 ST. ANTHONY HALL St. Anthony Hall was founded nationally at Columbia University in 1847, and the local chapter was estab- lished in 1854. The official colors of the fraternity are blue and gold. ATWELL BELMONT COLESCOTT DEMAREE DOGGETT House Manager FACKERT FLYNN KURALT Scliolarsliip Chairman LAMM PACKARD PURDY ROBERTSON RUSSELL TAYLOR WILSON YARDLEY 110 Our Clan Successful coon hunt Hall men anxiously eye plot across street for signs of activity . . . Rush comes, excellent group of pledges assigned big brothers . . . Sororities visit, Shields guitar plinks . . . Russ grimaces, guides football team . . . Bob and Waldo tour Ole Miss . . . Bro and Soy find spirit for Germans . . . Wild Bill joins Pear in commuting to G ' boro . . . Wilson leads merry chase through woods for ' coons, brings back ' possum . . . Shirley sells J. T. $40 worth of magazines . . . Wonders of new TV set awe brothers, but Robbie still struggles with novel . . . Tate leads one-sided brother-pledge work day . . . Mac, J. Y. and Wally entertain at Home- coming all night while Dave seeks quiet in library . . . The Farm lives up to its name . . . Cole, heh, laughs . . . Wilson and Laura keep cook- ing . . . Initiation . . . Fire scares have annex dwellers checking insur- ance rate . . . Alums back for Swing-Out . . . Beach trip . . . Graduation . . . Hall men anxiously eye plot across street . . . still eyeing . . . PLEDGE CLASS First Row: Belmont, Luchs, Jordan. Second Row: Lamm, Taylor, Gilmour, Carleton, Danna, Sharpe. Third Row: Clark, Purdy, Thomas, Belmont, Shettle. TAYLOR DOGGETT House Manager 111 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 0m, The University of Alabama was the site of the founding 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 frater- nity, and the colors are old gold and purple. The violet is the official flower. Healthy atmosphere PLEDGE CLASS Front Row: Hobbs, Brabson, Riddle, Glenn. Rice, Welton. Second Row: Midytte, Priddy, Hunter, Wellons, Shaw, Carson, McCormick, Rockwell. STUART PRIDDY Pledge President 112 AINSLIE BROUN BROWN COOK COOKE COSTELLO CRAIGHILL DARDEN DAVIS Treasurer DUFF GALLOWAY GUMP HALEY, C. HALEY, M. HALLOWES HA WES Vice-President HENDERSON IGOE JOHNSTON KEYS KINCEY President LAWSON Secretary LYNN MAY McGEE MERRY SELLARS SMALLEY SMITH THOMPSON WILLIAMS WOODRUM YOUNCE 1958 started under E. A. Jimy Kelly, with impetus added by a superlative pledge class. Time moved forward and resolved itself into a blur of parties and other high spots. Football weekends and our victorious intramural team kept spirits soaring. Then came Germans and our dates, which passed too quickly. With spring came a great S.A.E. week- end. Days grew longer and balmy so the house moved to the beaches for memorable weekends. As seniors draw closer to graduation, they keep friendships and many memories, while those who remain look forward to a bright future for S.A.E. 113 SIGMA CHI Sigma Chi was founded nationally at Miami University of Ohio in 1855, and the local chapter was estab- lished in 1889. The official flower of the fraternity is the white rose, and the colors are blue and old gold. ALFORD BURGE CLEMENT DIVINE FOX GOODE HOLLAND KNOX Treasurer LACY President LINEWEAVER LOMAX Secretary LONG McCOY MILLER, H. MILLER, J. MURRAY SMITH THOMPSON UNDERWOOD WALKER WIRKUS WOLTZ WOOD 114 E.vlAlETT LAC ' President Coleman ' s the center of attention The Chi ' s Pirates 69th year starts with addition of 29 great pledges . . . Chapter meetings with " Ick " at the helm revert to three hour type . . . " Spongy, " Rice and " R. B. " lead Tatum ' s boys to fine year . . . Fox opens con- cession stand for Divine, Lomax and flick team . . . Coleman is best yet as was Virginia Beach . . . Wood ' s spectaculars are tops . . . " Buzzy ' s " gone forever . . . Walker, Long, Lineweaver are one step away . . . " Tom and Jere " instill " esprit de corps " in pledges . . . Knox and Thompson on (AF) Drill Team . . . Clement ' s still in the bag . . . " Rollo " newest bonus baby for Sears-Roebuck . . . Burge changes operations to hospital . . . Goode and Mur- ray continue holding hands . . . " Magoo " graces law school . . . " Possum " defends U. S. every Tues- day night . . . Rare sight, Stanton seen in library . . . " Dean " Black abolishes all Saturday classes . . . Christian and " Goody " pad pals . . . Schiffman, Looney, and Timberlake propagate human race . . . Leroy hexes campus . . . Marine Corps claims Wirkus and so ends another fabulous year. PLEDGE CLASS First Row: Jarman, Swink, Andrew, Craig, McConnell, Fantress. Second Row: Adams, O ' Herron, Davis, J., Davis, P. Third Row: Ingram, Young. Fourth Row: Titlow, Haithcock, Knox. Fifth Row: Lineweaver, William, Basinger. Sixth Row: Gallagher, Simonds, Edison. BILL EDISON Pledge President 115 SIGMA NU Sigma Nu was founded nationally at Virginia Military 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. ADAMS ARTHUR BASS BRAKE BRYAN CRAWFORD CREDLE CRUMPLER CRUTCHFIELD EDDINGS EDWARDS Secretary EXUM Vice-President HAMRICK HARDISON HAYES JENNINGS Treasurer JONES KEMPER LASSITER LATHAM LITTLE MATHEWS MOORE, J. President MOORE, E. MOYE MUSTIAN PARKER ROLLINS RUCKER TALLEY WEILER WILKERSON WILSON ED MOORE President ORRIS BERNSTEIN Pledge President Champagne dinner party Who needs privacy ' ? Ahead of the pack at the quarter mark . . . New bar, pride of the house . . . Set ' em up, Jim . . . Jungle, cabin, coeds . . . " Do it to it " . . . New video . . . Mustian, TV guide . . . Tarzan Exum ' s found a new mate . . . " Jane " ? . . . Star princess, real queen, dear to our hearts . . . A.P.B. out on crutch — suspected in vicinity of Whitehead . . . Tops in intramurals . . . Jocks running wild . . . " You get Moore in Greenville " . . . Only two hours to Seattle by Boeing . . . S. O. S., " again! " . . . Pledges, tops on campus . . . Big athlete, Mathews, out in left field . . . " Sugie ' s " back . . . Fink, weights, biceps, what ya got? Burlington, still noted for " Baggy Eyes " . . . Vicker ' s new pet. Trice — you ole . . . Bachelor ' s theme, " Lost Weekend " . . . Zero, awake after two innings . . . " Shades " sensational . . . Pin lost, contact Credle . . . " Little Earl, " best recorder in years . . . Anthony at Germans, local Dick responsible . . . smiling executioners, back- ground music, " bomb! " . . . ' 59, in line; big cheer, more beer . . . Sigma Nu across the finish . . . " White Star, " gleaming forever. PLEDGE CLASS First Row: May field, Hodge, Greg, Guerrant, Harris. Second Row: Rucker, Bernstein, Stanley, Hokanson, King, Knight. SIGMA PHI EPSILON ■• ' ■ •£j - Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded nationally at the University of Richmond in 1901, and the local chapter was established in 1921 and 1947. The publication 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. BOB BURROUGHS Presideiit Dirty Rush PLEDGE CLASS First Row: Black, Duncan, Alexander. Meece, Wilkes. Second Row: Leavey, Rose, Caton, Crowder, Eastman. Starr. Third Row: Biggerstaff, MuUer, Deaton, Massey, Roberts, French. PHIL FERLAZZO Pledge President 118 Delta opens its 29th year by painting everything including the house, brothers and the head . . . Reed keeps order in CC . . . New pledges are the greatest, even after " happy hours " . . . Baucom sees more red than black on the books . . . Football weekends with combos and setups . . . Horner sets up a hi-fi, then hibernates . . . Garver runs par- ties with Kappas, Pi Phis and Alpha Gams . . . Burroughs avoids bloodshed in chapter meeting . . . Brad and Bud together . . . " Blue Bomb " turns chapter property . . . Four skins added to collection . . . Rowland keeps radicals down in DTH . . . Stribling takes bows for Pledge dance . . . Studying view with chips for most attention . . . Through beer and 7 stud Westbrook makes a Capitalist pig . . . Matheson runs Duke special for many here and Nancy there . . . Charlie ' s Day sees Hogans ' crowd- ed with softballs and beer . . . All this makes a wonderful year for Sig Eps. ADAMS BAUCOM Comptroller BENTLEY BROWN BURNSIDE COTTRELL GARVER HILLMAN HORNER ISENHOUR LINDSEY LOHR LYON MATHESON MORGAN NASH NOYES PADERICK Historian PHILLIPS RANKIN REED Vice-President RENFROW RINER ROWE ROWLAND Secretary SMITH STARR STEPP STRIBLING TARR TODD WESTBROOK WHITEHURST TAU EPSILON PHI 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 publica- tion 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. EDDIE MANNING Pledge President PLEDGE CLASS First Row: Grosswald, Kramer, Oshinsky, Arzt, Shulman, Levy, Adler, Toporek. Second Row.- Planer, Karp, Gosswald, R., Sugarman, Sobel, Savitt, Manning. Coffee Break Dig this support 120 ALAN FINKLESTEIN Chancellor ASHENDORF BIRKE DAVIS DEUTCH EVANS FALK FINKLESTEIN Chancellor GRODSKY KARP Scribe LEFKOWITZ MENDELSOHN MOSS Bursar PITTMAN Vice-Chancellor STRAUS VINNIK WEINER WRIGHT ZASLAV Fall started where it left off last year . . . Fifteen pledges were shown their cages . . . Falk distribut- ing newspapers and raw meat . . . Speedo Ney cruising around on his ' 59 Schwin . . . Fink ' s tem- perance speeches . . . Robespierre Evans screaming for blood . . . The Wretch, writhing around the living room ... La Coplon peeling potatoes . . . Leper departing for M.C. of East JaBid . . . Club Shillo preparing for New Year ' s Eve . . . Vinnik muffing his chance . . . Tanta keeping the herd down . . . James voted poet laureate . . . Harry im- pressing all . . . Birke finally going back . . . Savitt initiated into late, late Club . . . Phil giving Betty Lou new shoes . . . Everyone readied for a big year. 121 THETA CHI Theta Chi was founded nationally at Norwich University, Norwich, Vermont in 1856 and locally in 1920. Military red and white are the fraternity colors, and the official flower is the red carnation. The publica- tion is The Rattle. AMBROSE BAREFOOT BOWEN BRIMMER BYRD Vice-President CARPENTER Secretary COFOD DEBANK FLAHIVE GURGANUS HARRIS HUTCHISON TreasiLrer KOONCE LAIL MADDUX President MOORE MORGAN OTT SUMMEY TUGMAN 122 Swinging high at Theta Chi Note the nasal spray RANDY MADDUX President ' 58 opened with paint for Moto ' s kitchen, but the same old menus. Rush ended with 15 sharp pledges to grace our broken fireplace. Tatum ' s warriors brought skins from Southern Cal. and " Wake " . . . Pete ' s line in Oklahoma . . . Ott ' s " friendly " game of chance . . . 12:00 and Buck ' s beauty rest must begin . . . Randy and Stu still running the Mendenhall dating agency . . . Lot ' s o ' luck!! . . . Don ' s pledges are at peace but not Harry . . . Doug and his com bos . . . Ask Leroy, I ' m busy!!! . . . Max ' s pizza shared by Allie . . . Ken ' s wife censors his jokes . . . Val ' s not here, Punchy is sad . . . J. C. wins Hula Hoop contest! What? Summey ' s III uke still not broken? Some must suf- fer!!! just ask Rod, he loans everything to Pete ... J. Lightening anad Shoe- less still commuting . . . Memories, yes, but then school can ' t be all " work " ! PLEDGE CLASS First Row: Courtney, Newton, Grist, Brent, Hall, Coffey, Clark. Second Row: Ellis, Dawes, Michales, Smith, Thomas, Hayden, Entwistle. Zeta Beta Tau was founded nationally at City College, 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. BERGER BLUMENFELD BLUMENTHAL Vice-President CHADABE FREEDMAN GOODMAN GRAUSMAN LEVY, B. Treasurer LEVY, E. President LIMAN MELTSNER SHAPIRO TENENBAUM Secretary WEINSTEIN sv: JOE OPPENHEIMER Pledge President PLEDGE CLASS First Row: Blum, Serby, Weisenfeld, Eile, Shallet. Second Row: Karshmer, Pittleman, Brown, Feinberg, Oppenheimer, Kreibsman, Esinberg. Thrid Row: Marcus, Ruber- stein, Thalheimer, Barshay, Lawrence, Simmons, Miller, S., Singer. Fourth Row: Burman, Rosenberg, Walters, Miller, K., Grafman. After four stimulating years at Carolina, ZBT ' s Class of ' 59 emerged from the white brick dwelling on Rosemary Street to enter the outer world. Looking into the future, we find them engaged in the following pursuits: Klutz is a TV announcer specializing in trenchmouth medicine commer- cials. Dixie becomes a time and motion study expert. Rick manufactures monogram sweaters. Avon composes rock and roll music. Ralph Waldo writes poetry for Mad Comics. Mike stars in a re-release of the movie, " The Horn Blows at Midnight. " Bob gives diction lessons to Queen Elizabeth. And, as the movie title reads, " The Joker Is Wild. " " Too Young to Go Steady " The night before the day after 125 L« B? G ' -Xi 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 Circle of Zeta Psi is the publication of the fraternity. BAKER CODDINGTON COWPER DEVERE ELAM Vice-President EVINS FOLGER HOLLAND HURT Secretary LOUGHLIN McKEE MASON MASSEY MERRIMAN NASH PAXTON ROUSE SHANNONHOUSE WALT WILSON President WILSON President 126 " We ' re little black sheep " " The Zete ' s household staff " Chapel Hill watches Upsilon of Zeta Psi start its second century . . . Reich gets us fourteen jewels . . . Pins fall like October leaves; Noel and Skippy, Lush and Biguns, Seed and Jean, Goon and Sylvia, Owl and Fatso, Ant and Bacon . . . Peaches guid- ing; Senator Rouse filibustering over I.F.C. report . . . Bud paces mural teams . . . Mother trains for handcourt action . . . where ' re Cloyd and Bis? . . . Bo and B. operate out of a pig sty . . . Grunt plays army; Gatsby plays Tschaikovsky . . . Dabbles and Hole go on without Misty and Beads . . . Owl and Monk grow grass . . . Dude exhorts threats of mans- slaughter . . . Drac and T. keep Rags chafed . . . Bible sleeps with his atomizer . . . Walt and Lush with Pizza . . . Shorty and St. James hear Mimi scream . . . Peach and Bird exchange clothes and ideas about Grace . . . Pony vodkas. Whale em- bezzles, Noel plays Huey Long . . . Scholastic aver- age saved by a French Rat . . . Winter is announced by the sound of glass . . . was that Spring? . . . Who wants to go to Myrtle? Hurry, Monk, only two more beers. PLEDGE CLASS First Row: Horton, Oakley, Wilson, Christian, Purrington, Second Row: Long. Cozart, Carter, W., Allen, C, Worth. Allen. T., Pledge President. TOM OAKLEY ledge Vice-President 127 m w- John McKee ZETA PSI President GERMAN CLUB Bob Timberlake SIGMA CHI Vice-President Charlie Pittman PHI DELTA THETA Secretary Walker Lockett DELTA KAPPA EPSILON Treasurer 1958-1959 proved a banner year for the German Club; we presented three of the best dances in our history and procured some of the best talent in the country. Fall Germans, held on Halloween weekend, presented Charlie Barnett, the DeCastro Sisters, and comedian Bob MacFadden. Jazz took over in the Winter and Spring, as Chapel Hill discovered that " swing ' s the thing. " Valentine ' s Day was the theme of Winter Germans, as Kai Winding, Chris Conner, and Dizzy Gillespie added a few hearts and flowers of their own. Then Spring featured the exciting Stan Kenton Orchestra and the ever- popular Four Freshmen. It was a tremendous year. Baker Brown Craighill Crawford Zeta Psi Beta Theta Pi Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Nu Graham Stewart Waldorf Wooten Phi Gamma Delta Pi Kappa Alpha Phi Delta Theta Kappa Sigma Goodman Alpha Tau Omega Yardley St. Anthony Hall 128 Woody Herman and his band, sharply decked out in Ivy stripes, is one of the leading bands which has been pre- sented by the German Club. A packed Memorial Hall audience is left awed during the fabulous afternoon concert . . . , . . while at night, the crowd attends the Germans Dance, an evening of formal splendor. KCRS UEVF MSYLFY ZDVRZVZ VALMAR LXX SKTVPKG TRVGAWAGJ CUR VS UCPB GO IGCSNL KJL BNMVG I VT UIJ UBPWETZ KUO GTLGRNKNF FBAD VOS fSSk lAJV ZHEEFEOSF OW GLANDON FOREST RULERS 727 BRENT DRANE NASH 728 JOHN CLARK WHITAKER, JR. . 721 CHARLES KNOX MASSEY, JR. . 726 TED ROGERS 739 FRANK WALKER LOCKETT . KDS WSS 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 Harlond 442 Robert Burton House 444 Gordon Gray 490 Fletcher Melvin Green rr r 492 Charles M. Shaffer 540 Ernest Croige 546 Horry Russell 582 Isaac M. Taylor 653 Lyman A. Cotten 650 Roy Walter Holsten 662 Sydenham B. Alexander 663 Frank W. Klingberg 664 Henry Wilkins Lewis 665 Robert Boyd Lindsay 678 Herbert R. Boer 679 George Dial Penick 714 George M. Harper 718 Donald Shepord McMillan 721 Charles Knox Mossey, Jr. 724 Robert Edgar Timberlake 726 Ted Rogers 727 Brent Drone Nosh 728 John Clark Whitaker, Jr. 729 William Stuart Bost, Jr. 731 Charles Edward Wilson 732 Bennette Eugene Geer Keys 733 John Carlton Jester, 111 734 Lee Sonford Ainslie, Jr. 735 Marion Eugene Costello, Jr. 736 Cowles Liipfert 738 Charles Grey Poole, III 739 Frank Walker Lockett, Jr. 740 Peyton Samuel Howes, Jr. 741 Richard Hill Robinson, Jr. ORDER OF THE MINATAURS OFFICERS Lee S. Ainslie President Courtney Mills Vice-President Peyton S. Hawes Secretary-Treasurer John R. Bender Jr. Clyde M. Campbell Jr. Ed Carter W. James Carter Jr. Dabney Coddington Jr. Marion Costello Stephen C. Cowper Frank Craighill Bob Cunningham David Deuere Paul W. Elam Jr. Bud Ellerbee Robert G. Gerrell James Galloway Joel Gibbons Marshall Happer III Tom Harris James Holland Stacy Holmes Jesse W. Johnston Jr. Cris Jones James Leggette Robert Little William H. Luesing Jr. Dewitt McCotter Ralph McDonald Jr. Donald McMillion Jr. Richard Mason Jr. William W. Merriman William Michael Yates S. Palmer Jr. Mack B. Pearsall Billy Bob Peel Hugh Pritchett Charles Purnell Walter Ridenhour James F. Roberts Manley Springs Richard C. Stoker Wesley A. Trotter Jr. Henry Turner Jr. Butch Watkins Dillon Wooten Hazel Zealy 131 I I I I I TABLE OF CONTENTS FINE ARTS 145 PUBLICATIONS 157 DAVIS YOUNG President SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS With one year behind us, and three ahead, we worked through our officers in an attempt to start and complete several worthwhile projects and one gala social extravaganza held in the spring. Included in our work, was aiding a leading charity in their annual campus drive, and attempt- ing to make the students more cognizant of their responsibilities concerning the March of Dimes and other similar organizations. Realizing we were a class, we strove for better all-round relationships between the fraternities and the dorms, for better social facilities for all and for the day when class officers will perform their intended functions. It was a year of trial and error, always with the goal of improving the campus for one and all. Left to Right: Dave Alexander, Treasurer; Sharon Sullivan, Secretary; Carol Tieslau, Social Chairman; Joe Warner. Vice-President. 135 First Row: Abbott. James Allen. Clii Phi, Raleigh: Abernethy. William Miller, Hickory; Adams, Franklin LeVorne, Jr., Sigma Phi Epsilou, Rowland; . dams, Graham Clevearn, Rocky Mount; Aldridge, Thomas Howard, Monroe; Alexander Harry Albert, High Point: Alexander, Lee Stack, Monroe. Second Row : Alexander, Roy Dayidson, Swannanoa; Ambrose. Oadus Donald, Theta Chi, Washington ; Anderson. lyan ' erner. Beta Theta Pi. Charlotte; Ashendorf, William Herbert, Tau Epsilon Phi, Charlotte; .Aull, John Louis, Raleigh: Austin, Lawrence Byron, IH, Phi Delta Theta. Hixson, Tenn,; .Autn ' , Gene .Alexander, Bunnlevel. Third Row: Babb, Wayne Arnold. Brevard ; Baker, Charles Henrv, HI. Miami. Fla.; Balas. Bernard David. Beta Theta Pi. Char- lotte; Ballenger. Anthony Wayne, Chapel Hill: Barber. John Luther. Lex- ington; Barker. Ernest Gail. Jr.. Ra- leigh: Barkley. Richard Douglas, Oriental. F itirth Row: Bnrrett, John Bernard, Greenville: Bar- rett. Richard Darcy. Rocky Mount; Barrinser. John Carroll, Hickory; H.isniiht, Gordon Lee, Columbia: Bass, Hiinihl Hall, Charlotte: Baucom, Jim rrc ttin. Concord: Baucom, Kenneth Latla, Monroe. Fifth Row : Baynes, Robert Gene, Greensboro; Beck, Leonard James. Long Beach, N, Y,; Bell, .Michael Willoughby. Pi Kai pa Alpha, Belcross; Belmont, J. Fernando. St. Anthonii Hall. Lima. Peru; Benfield. Herman Larry. Mt. I ' lla; Bennett. Charles Landis. Raleigh: Bentlev. Herbert Leland. Siijma Phi Epxihni, New Rochelle, N. Y. Si.rth Row: Benzio. Richard Louis. Connellsville. Pa.; Berkut. Jack Carroll, Chapel Hill; Bernhardt, Robert Linn, IH, Salisbury; Bergren, Richard Bush, Kinston; Berry, James Richard, Elon College: Bev- cridire. Bruce Hanna. Kappa Alpha, , tlaiita, G:i,; Biggers, Foy Jerone, Phi Mil Alpha. Concord, Seventh Row: Bigger.statT. Franklin Lee, Burlington; Birke, Ronald Lewis, Tan Ep.fiinn Phi, Charlotte: Black, Stanley Warren, HI, Delta Vp. ' iilon, Charlotte: Blackburn, John Ogburn, High Point: Blackwelder, Kenneth Grady, Mooresville; Blackwell, Bobby Carroll, Burlington; Blackwell. David Michael, Ruffin. Eir hth Row: Blackwell. Ernest Ray. Lumherton ; Bloodworth. Robert Williams. Jr.. Fay- etteville; Bloom. Harry Emmanuel. Phi Delta Theta, Baltimore. Md.. Blount. .Marvin Key. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Greenville; Blume. Thomas Frederick, Harrisburg: Blumenfeld, Thomas Allen, Zeta Beta Tau, .Savan- nah, Ga,; Bhthe, Marshall McCoy, Chi Phi. Charlotte, Xinth Row: Boles. John Rich, Carroll Lee. Hickor Henrv. Springlield. Wells Charlotte; Bolick. Bnntempo. Robert lass.; Boss. George Delta. Winston- Salem; Bost. John Franklin. HL Le- noir: Boswell. .lackson C. Whiteville; Bowden, Ernest Theodore, Henderson- Trnth Row: Bcivkin, Wilber Ray, Zebulon: Bradley, Maicus Spencer, Hobgood ; Bradshaw, .I.ilin William, Relief: Branson, Charles Dale. (anton: Brennan, Edward Michael, Woodside, N, Y.; Bridges, Donald P.itrick. Shelby: Britt. Ronald Paul. Bladenboro. Eleventh Row: Broadwell. Freeman Edward. Raleigh; Brock. Mary Webster, Fayetteville: Brooks, David . llen, Burlington: Broun, Chi irles Cdinvav. .Ir .. .S ' f »(fi Alpha Ep- sil, ,n. Martinsville. ' i ' a.; Brown. Charles Me Ivin. .Ir.. Marie in ; Brow n. Daniel iicr, .Sclma; Broi .vn. James Thomas, Jr. . Goldsboro. First Row : Brown. John Ralston. Chi Phi, Hamil- ton. Ohio; Brown. John Robert. Dur- ham; Brown, Larry Wesley. Greens- boro; Browning. William E.. Murphy: Bryan. Floyd Telmadge, Alpha Phi Omega, Ahoskie; Bryant. George Bad- ger. III. Dickerson, Md.; Brydges. Dennis Joseph. Wilson. N. Y. Second Row : Buck. Peter Blythe. Greensboro; Bull. Ronald Tully. W. Hempstead. N. V.; BuIIard. Amos Jones. Jr.. Autrvville; Bullock. Frank William. Jr.. Oxford; Burch. Stephen Ross. Edenton : Burgin. Charles Edward. Marion; Burke. Ken- neth Marvin. Favetteville. ThirrI Roir: Burns. Patrick Henry. Jr., Chapel Hill; Butler, George Simeon. Roseboro; But- ler. Lindley Smith. Spray; Butler, Thomas Edgar, Greensboro: Byers, Micheal LeRov, Chi Phi. Cornelius: Byrd, Howell Euell. Jr., Fayetteville- Cabe, William Thomas. Brevard. Fourth Rote: Cameron. Dallas Alexander. Jr.. Lake Waccamaw; Camp. Tommy Joe. Shel- by: Cannon. Robert Laurence. Jr.. Phi Eta inma, Kinston: Canupp. John Kenneth. Concord; Capps. Carl Ed- ward. New- Bern ; Carpenter. James Franklin. Vale: Carpenter. Max Cline, Thotn Chi. Concord. Fifth Row : Carraway. James Robert. Jacksonville: Carrington. Kenneth McC. Aberdeen; Carroll. Howard Delacy. Goldsboro; Carver. Charles A., Ann Arbor. Mich.: Case. Wallace Talmadge. Jr.. Kings- port. Tenn.: Cavas. Anthony John. High Point: Chapman. Robert Louis. Durham. Sixth Row: Chastain. Carl Robert. Jr.. Alpha Phi Omeqa. High Point: Childs. Robert Michael. Phi FJn Sioma, WiLson ; Clark. Jon Quentin. Rockville. Md.: Clark. Richard Alan. Statesville; Clark. Robert Burns, Monroe; Clark. William F., Fayetteville; Clark. William Lee. Va- rina. .fpvnith Row: Clavtor. .Alton Bennett. Jr.. Lincolnton: Clement. Charles E., Si ' ima Chi. Ra leigh; demons, Joel Maurice, Tabor Citv; Cline, Gary Lamar, Wilmington: Coburn, Roland Guv, Jr.. Jamesville: Cockrell, Arthur Elliott, Rocky Mount; Coggins. Boyd Wayne, Sanford. Highth Row: Colescott. John William, ,S(. Ani Hal!, Philadelphia. Pa.; Coley. Lee. Ij ' bertv; CoUias. George Charlotte: Collier. Hal Franklin, enboro; Collins. Harold Dean. Wir Salem ; Collins. Raymond Lee. Ayden; Conyers. Cecil Rupert. Jr. leigh. Xinth Row: Cooper. Elliott Tunstall, Jr.. Baltimore. .Md.; Copeland. Ronald William. Apex; Corbett, Rliwles Thomas, Phi Delta Thcta, Charlotte; Corbett, William Os borne, Nashville: Costello. Robert Charles. Chapel Hill: Cottrell. Walter David. Jr.. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Hickory; Cow per, Stephen C, Zeta Psi. Kinston. TetithRow: Cox. Etlwin Roscoe. Jr.. Rockingham; Crane. Marjorie Ellen. Alpha Gamma Delta, Chapel Hill; Credle. Joseph Bernard. Sigma Nu, Ahoskie: Culbert- son. James Addison. Jr.. Robbins: Cur- rie. Dan L.. Aberdeen : Curry, Roy Lee, Monroe: Dansby, David Mozart, Jr.. Greensboro. Elevi-nthRow: Darden, John Morgan, HI, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Roanoke, Va. ; Daughtry. Ed- ward .Alan. Faison; Davis. Edward Wliitman. Lake James; Davis. George P.. Jr., Durham: Davis. Philip Bibb. Jr.. High Point: Deaton. Forrest Eric. Burlington; Deaton. Robert Wayne. Staley. First Row : Decker. Alexander Howard. Greens- boro: Degnon. Robb Frayne. Kappa sifima. Davtona Beach. Fla.; Denemark. Heiinett Goldsmith. Pi Lambda Phi. Sumter. S. C; Deutsch. Micliael Invin. rail KiKilon Phi. Yonkers. N. Y.; De- Witt. Charles Moncrief Jr.. Concord: Diekerson. James Perry. Bunn : Dick- man. R. Neil. Phi Kappa Sigma, Bronx- ville. N. Y. Second Fow: Dickson. George Graham. Jr., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Divine, Morrison Wenceslaus, III, Sigma Chi. Charlotte: Dodson, Randolph Mincey, Pi Kappa Alpha. Jamestown; Donohoe, Charles Joseph, Jr,, Phi Kappa Sigma. Greens- boro: Donohue, Hugh James, Bronx, X. Y.; Dorsey, Melville Howard, Ox- ford : Dorsey. Ronald Sherman. Oxford. Third Roit- : Douglas. Samuel Preston. Jr.. Lumber- ton; Downum, Allen Fitzgerald, Jr.. Edenton: Doyle. Howard Glenn. Zebu- Ion: Duff. Angus MacLean, Alpha Phi tmega. Sigma Alpha Epsih) t. Green- ville ' : Dula, Fred Perry, Kappa .-llpha, Durham: Dulaney, Elliott Daingerfield. .Monroe: Dunlap. William Marshall. Phi Delta Theta. Raleigh. Fourth Row: Dunn. John Raymond. Roanoke Rapids; Dunn. Leon Algernon. Jr.. Ayden; Durham. Victor L.. Burlington; Dur- ham. Webb. Jr.. Greensboro; Eanes. Carl Marshall. Martinsville. Va.; Eanes. Ralph Hill. Jr.. Thomasville: Eargle, Cieorge Marvin. Thomasville. Fifth Row : Early, . lphonso James, HI, Ahoskie; Earnhardt, Roger Larry, Phi Kappa Sidtiia: Monroe: Easlev, Robert W., Ili. Alpha Phi Omega. Murphy: Ed- wards. Charles Hamilton. Ahoskie; Etird. Tom David. Pi Kappa Alpha. Gastonia: Elkins, Frank Callihan, Bladenboro: Elliott. Balaam Thal- phonza, Jr., Whiteville. Sij-th Row: Elliott, William M., Kappa Alpha. Forest City: Ellison, Nicholas Clay, Ft. Thomas, Ky.; English, Charles Robert, Brevard: Eskridge, Alfred Greene. .4tpha Tail Omega, Shelby; Eskridge. Jem ' Lee. Shelby; Etheridge. Randal Bennett. Alpha Phi Omega. Raleigh; Eubanks. Robert Chester. Jr.. Alpha Tau Omega. Durham. Seventh Row: Eves. Joseph Pearce. III. Elizabeth City; Evins. Thomas Moore. Jr.. Zeta Psi ' . Durham; Fackert, William E., Ill, St. .inthony Hall. University, Md,; Faircloth, James Malcom, Roseboro; Kaires, Dorus Edgar, Hickory; Farmer, William Floyd, Warrenton; Fentress, Joseph Russell, Sigma Cfii. Norfolk, Va, Eighth Row: Fetzer, Richard Lee, Phi Mn Alpha. Rocky River, Ohio; Fields, Jonnie Par- rott. La Grange: Finch, Lawrence Owen, Wilson; Fine, James Allen. New London: Finley. Robert Mcllwaine, Jr.. Durham; Fisher. J. Stanford, Sted- man; Fletcher, John Stuart, II, Eden- ton. Xinth Roiv: Floyd. Willie Benjamin. Jr.. Hender- son ; Fogleman. Donald B., Burlington ; Forbes, Bartley John. Fayetteville: Ford. Carl Spencer. Charlotte: Ford. John Frederick. Jr.. Pi Kappa Alpha. Gastonia; Fox. John Birkliead. Beta Theta Pi. . slieville: Foxworth. Robert Parker. Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Kappa Alpha, Raleigh. Tenth Row: Frady. James DeWitt, Jr., Rutherford- ton; Fralev. Philip Sevier, Bristol, Va.; Freedman. ' Jerald Neil. Zeta Beta Tau, Boston. .Mass.: Freeman. Joseph Broade, (iates; Friederich. Nicolette. Chapel Hill: Frieilman. Ke n. Tau Epsilon Phi, N. J.; Fugate, Robert Wat- kins, Durham. Eleventh Row: Fulk. Robert Vernon, Jr„ Chi Phi. Wil- mington: Gallagher, Edgar Givens, Jr.. Cliarlotte: Galloway. James Gray. Sinmti Alpha Epsilon. Winston-Salem: (;amble. James Wiley. Salisbury; (iarner. Coy Stephen. Denton: Clarrison, David Quitman. Charlotte; Geline, Ronald, Pi Lambda Phi, Wilson. 138 First Row : Gellis. Harry, Tmc EpsUon Phi. Flusli- iiiff. N. Y.; Gettman, Lowell John. Ileiidersonville: Gibbons. Robert Alex- aiiilur. Lenoir; Gibson, Paul Crawford. Kinkiritrliam; Gibson. Robert Clayton. IIL I ' lii Delta Theta. Winchester, Va.; (iilliam, John Lane, Siler City; Givens, I ' atriclc Augustus, Charlotte, Si ' ruiid Row: Cliulden. Wayne Kent, Marion; Goldby, Steven David, Long Beach, N. Y.; (idode, David Johnson, Sitjma Chi, Luinijerton; Goodman, Jerry Lee, Con- c()rd; Goodman, Roy Bernard, Salis- bury: Gore, David J., Milledfieville. Ga.; Grady, Henry Allen, Jr., Hubert. Third Row: Graham. Charles Pattison. Jr.. Phi (iamma Delta, Wilmington; Graham. Edwin Charles. Miami Shores. Fla.; (iraham. James Radford. Raleigh; Gravette. Larry Dean, Swannanoa; Green. David Fleetwood. Chi Phi, Char- lotte; Green. Robert Ramsey, Alpha Tail Omega, Chapel Hill; Greene, Steve Allen, Arden, Fourth Row : Grigg, David Lee, Pi Knppa Alpha, . lbemarle; Grimes, Bryan Jr.. Wash- ington; Grimsley. Joseph Wayne. Wil- son; Grubb. Robert Lee. Jr.. Phi Delta Theta, Phi Eta Sigma: Charlotte; Guer- rant. Thomas Connally. Charlotte; Gump. Louis Haynes. Sigma Alpha Kpsilon, Johnson City, fenn.; Gur- ganus, Harry S., Jr., Theta Chi, Wash- ington. Fifth Row : Haley. Clifford Eugene. Jr.. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Greensboro; Hallowes. Borden Rhea, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Jacksonville. Fla.; Hamill. William John. Chi Psi. Baltimore, Md.; Ham- mond. Lawrence Townley. Randleman; Hamrick. Harvey James. Sigma Nv, Rutherfordton ; Handy. Henry O., Jr„ Sigma Nu, Williamston ; Hannah, John William, Colonial Heights, Va, Sixth Row: Hanlison, Claude Bryan, New Bern; Hnrdison, James Walter. Sigma Nu, Williamston; Harrington. William Lewis. Phi Eta Sigma. Mooresville; Harris. Donald Eugene. Pi Kappa .Alpha, Rocky Mount; Harris. Fred Bogle, Pi Kappa Phi, Granite Falls; Harris. Larry Eugene. Kannapolis; Harris. Lewis Coleman. Pi Lambda Phi, High Point. Sit filth Row: Hartley. James Spencer, North Wilkes- horo; Hartley. Lawrence Arpad. Old Greenwich. Conn.; Harvin, Lucius Herman, HI, Phi Delta Theta. Hender- son; Hawkins. Ralph. Glen Alpine; Hawkins. Ross Cooper. Phi Gamma Delta, Cowan. Tenn.; Hawley. Lewis B.. Jr. Spruce Pine; Hearri. Larry James. Jackson. Tenn. Eighth Row: Heavner, James Allen. Kings Moun- tain; Heindel. Clifford Craig. Signal Mountain. Tenn.; Heller. David Philip, Falls Churcli, Va. ; Helms. Bobby Earl, ( ' uncord: Hendren. Otis Franklin. N ' cirtli Wilkesboro; Hendriek. William Franklin. Shelby; Hensel. Harry Han- cock. Jr.. Elkin. Ninth Row: Hester, Clyde Ray, Lillington ; Hicks, Melvin Gray, Winston-Salem; Hill, Douglas Gray, Deep Run; Hill, Ivan Vick, Selma ; Hocutt. Edgar Jerome, Phi Eta Sigma, Chapel Hill; Hodge, Henderson Alison, IH, Zebulon; Hogan, James Spencer, Chapel Hill, Tenth Row: Holder. Laurie E.. Jr.. Garner: Holder- ness, Howard, Jr., Delta Kappa lon. Phi Eta Sigma, Greensboro: Hol- land. Herbert Eatman. Jr.. Raleigh; Holland. Jim R.. Zeta Psi, Statesville; Holler. Hoy Cline. Conover; Holmes, James Roland, Pittsburg, Kans. : Holt- houser. Ralph Haywood. Charlotte. Ehniith Row: I lord, .loseph Beach. Maxton: Hoskins. ■ lames Dale. Cleveland. Tenn.; House, Daniel Murray. Jr.. Rutherfordton; House. Helen B.. Chapel Hill; Howie. Sam Watson. Mattliews; Hoyle. Jona- than Vernon, Jr.. Durham; Hoyle. Steve Arthur. Rutlierfordton. First Row : Hughes. Paul Deane. Marion: Hummel. Samuel Draper, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Durham: Hunt. Robert Wavne. Sali " bury: Hurt. Clyde Clayton. Jr.. Zetn Pii, Rocky Mount: Hutson. Richard Martin. Pi Kniipa Phi. Bay Shore. N ' . Y.; Imke, Christopher. III. Wash- ington : Infinger. Lloyd L.. Pi Kappa Phi. Cliarlotte. Second Row : Isenhour, Thomas Lee. Sigma Phi Kpsilon. Salisbury: Jackson. David H.. Hendersonville: Jackson. George W.. Chi Psi. Belhaven: Jackson. Warren Barnett. Jr., Cliattanoosa. Tenn.; Johnson. Albert Richard. Alpha Phi Omefia. Raleieh : Johnson. David Eliot. Baltimore. Md. ; Johnson. Larry Doug- las. Clayton. Third Rmn: Johnson. Thomas George. Jr.. Ashe- viJle: Jolly. Horton Gray. , yden : Jones. David Noel. Chapel Hill: Jones. Richard Putney. Greensboro: Kannan, .Michael M.. Varina: Keeney. Phil, Washington, D. C. : Kemp. Malcolm Drake. Jr.. Soutliern Pines. Fourth Row : Kendall. Leo Paul. Phi Mu Alpha. Meadville. Pa.: Kentopp. Richard Cam- eron. Phi Delta Theta, Hendersonville; Killian. Harry William. Murphy: Knee- land. Robert Hayes, Wiiid.sor: Knight. John . llen. Sanford: Koenib. Paul Maiinon. Brooklyn. . Y.: Koonce, Roger William, thila (hi. Hyattsville. Md, Fifth Ron-: Koonts, Ronald Alva. High Point: Lacey. M ' illiam Walter. Asheville : Lail, Graham Leroy. Jr.. Theta Chi. Conover; Lambe, Ronald XcNon, Greensboro: Lambeth, Jay ciilcll, Ali.lm Phi Omega, Phi Mu Al ' iilia. (,i,iii horo: Lamm, William Dehn , Mount Airy; Land, Charles Franklin. Sanford. Sixth Row: Lanipros, John Nicholas, Roanoke, Va,; Langdon, William Cleveland, Coats; Letellier. Silas Wike. Marion; Levin, La vrence Lee, Baltimore, Md,; Lewis, Donald Duffy, Scarsdale, N, Y,: Lewis. Jacob Basco. Middlesex; Liebscher, Gerhard F., Waynesville. Seventh Row : Lindley, Lester Oneil, Pittsboro; Lindsay, John Robert, Phi Delta Theta. Washington, D. C: Lineberry. James William. Jr.. Mebane: London. Frank Michael. Durham: Longenecker. Frank- lin Roland. HI. Pi Kappa Alpha. Wil- mington. Del.; Lopez-Vera. Olaguibeet A.. Hato Rey. Puerto Rico; Lougliran. Joseph HeniT. Chi Psi. Arlington, Va. Eighth Row: Lucas. Tracy George. Jr.. . sheboro; Lyda. Larry Leroy, Hendersonville : Lyday, Leon Faidherbee, HI. Yancey- ville; Lynch. Richard Smith. Denver: Lynn. Rober Lee. Siqrna Alpha Ep ihw. Roanoke. Va,; McCall, Robert Murray, Sigma Nu. Chevy Chase, Md,; McCann, Francis Xavier, Phoenixville, Pa, Nivfh Row: McColl, James Carroll, Beta Theta Pi. Bennettsville, S. C; McCormick, Ed- ward H., Broadway; McCoy, Larry Thomas. Jr.. Cove City; McCulleii. Larry Phillips, Chapel Hill; McDonald, Lanny Walter, Fort Bragg; McDowell, Eugene E„ Greensboro; McFayden, Donald Wayne, Sanford. Tenth Row: McGraw, Guy Michael, Phi Kappa Sigma, Greensboro: McKenzie, Timotljy Paul, Red Bank, Tenn.: MacLean, William Jerry, Carthage: McNair, James Alexander, Laurinburg: Mc- Neill, George Vernon, Jr., Greensboro: McNeill, Justin, HI, Lumberton: Mc- Rae, James Patterson, Laurinburg, Eleventh Row: Macon, Ernest Michael, Jr,. Greens- boro; Manassee, George Henry, Dur- ham: Mann, Harold Lindsey, Jr., San- ford: Marcus. David Allen. Norfolk. Va.; Markell. Marilyn Jane. Chapel Hill: Markham. Thomas Lowell. Apex: Marshburn. Donald Robert, Alpha Phi Omega, Greensboro. 140 First Row : Martin, Marion Lee, Fayetteville; Ma- son, Richard Haywood, Jr., Zeia P.ii. Raleigli: Massey, Browdis Eugene, Kan- napolis: Massie, Tlionias Clement, Waynesville: Matlieson, Everett Neil. Charlotte; Matney. John Lee, Raleigh; Matthews. Phillip Ray, Nashville, Second Row: Mauney, David Hunter. III. Lincoln- ton; Mauney. Fleming. Kings Moun- t; in; May. Louis Garris. Greenville; Means. Robert Ellison. Chi Phi. Char- lotte: Meek. Charles Fredric. Chi Phi. Charlotte; Meltsner. Charles Philin. Zi ' ta Beta Tnu, Toronto. Ontario. Cana- da; Mendelsohn. Joseph Sidney. Tnu Bpsilon Phi, Charleston. S. C. Third Row: Merrick. Richard Bennett. Valhalla, N. Y.; Merriman, William Watkins. Zi ' iti Psi, Raleigh ; Merry. Finley Hen- .lviv,,ii. Sitnim Alpha Ep.-iilini. Augusta, (.1.: Miil-cttc. Patrick Wilson, Chapel Mill: Mil.iiii. .loseiJii .Ir.. Chapel Hill: Mill. I, llerliert I ' inknev, HI. Si ' mi: rhi. .Vshevilie; Miller. James Halyhur- ton, Si( ma Chi. Asheville. Fourth Row: Miller. Jo.seph Claude. Beta Theta Pi. Boone; Miller. Ranne Johnson. Pitts- ford. N. v.; Miller. William Claugli- ton. Elizabeth City; Miller. William H., Hutherfordton; Millican. James M.. Kiippii Alpha. Albemarle; Mitchell. John Lee. Phi Delta Theta. Chatta- nooga. Tenn.; Mixon. Mrs. Ruth Thor- son, Henderson. Fifth Row: Moilniw. Peter Albert. Bloomfield. N. J.; Mipiilgomery. Edward Davidson. Pi Knjipa Phi, Wilmington; Moore. Daniel Hight. Kingsport. Tenn.; Moore. Joim Ellison. Rock Hill. S. C; Morgan. William Chapin. Pittsboro; Morris, Au- gustus Reynolds, Asheville; Morris. Clare Dean. Washington. D. C. Sixtli Row : Morris, David George, Apex: Morris. John Watson, Morehead City; Morse, William Temple, Rocky River, Oliio: Moseley, George Edward, Tarboro; Mnrt h ' . Kenneth Raymond. Fayette- ville; Murpliy, Neil Francis, Alpha Phi (in,,,ni. ISlaoksburg, Va.; Murphy. Robert Field. Roselle. N. J. ftevetilh Row: Murray. Douglas P.. Siyma Chi. Mead- ville. Pa.; Myers. Jerry Albert, Kan napolis; Nash. Pliilip Barnes, Sir nin Phi Ep.uloii. Bristol. Va.: Newberry. David Craig. Moreliead City: Newsome. Knhert James. Jr.. Burlington; Newton. Eldon. Sharpe. Wilson; Newton. Jimmie I.. Concord. Eighth Row: Nicholas, Donald William. Winston- .Salem; Nicholas. Richard Henry. Winston-Salem: Nicliolas, Thomas Doc- ton, Jr.. Winston-Salem; Nichols. Gra- ham Ernest. Jr.. Roxboro; Nichols. Ricliard Lee. Phi Delta Theta, Miami. Fla.: Noe. Robert Spilman. Jr.. Elkin ; Norman. Paul Wesley. King, Ninth Row: Norris, Ira Kenneth, Roxboro: Norton, Lafayette Ferguson, Phi Delta Theta, Raleigh; Norville, Russell Manley, Spindale; Norwood, Haywood Vernon, Jr.. Waxhaw; Olive. Richard Langdon. Chi Psi. Summit. N. J.; Ordway. Philip Martin. Woodbridge. Conn.: Orr. Thomos Edward. Hendersonville. Tenth Row: nshorne, Samuel Louis, Wilkesboro: DIt, Robert William, Henderson; Ott, William John, Theta Chi. Point Pleas- ant, N. J.: Page. Craven B.. Durham; Page. John Paschali. Vaiicevville: Page. Nelson Franklin. Salisljurv; Page. Patricia Ann, Delta Delta Delta, Hen- derson. Eleventh, Row: Paquette, Rudolph G„ Elkhart, Ind.; Parker, Fred Pope, III, Goldsboro; Parramore, Ralph Edward, Charlotte; Parsell, Jerry Rober, Tenafly, N, J.; Patterson. Edward Richard. Smithfleld ; Peabody. Edward Bruce. Jr.. Raleigh; Peace, Samuel Thomas. III. Henderson. IZiililO 141 First Rotr ; Peek. James Thomas, Raeford; Pemble, Richard Alden, St. Petersburg. Fla.; Perkins. Thomas Joseph. III. Tela, Honduras; Perry. Raymond Lowell, Troy: Perry. William C, Durham; Perry. William Clifton. Jr.. Louisburg; Person. Jerry Murphy. Fayetteville. Second Row: Phelps, Bryan Eugene. Creswell; Phil- lips. James Laugliton. Morehead City; Pollock. David Bruce. Spindale ; Poovey, James Nelson, Hickory; Pope, Howard Edison, Lillington; Powell, Samuel Quincey, Jr., Greensboro; Praigg, Noble Todd, Durham, Third Row: Presley, Ralph Phillips, Asheville; Pressley, James Sanford. Monroe; Pruitt. Jack W.. Raleigh; Purcell. Downey Carter, Charlotte; Quacken- bush. Robert Lesley. Valley Cottage. N. v.; Quast. Theodore Emmanuel. Jr.. Washington. D. C; Ragan, Robert Allison, Gastonia. Fourth Roiv: Ragsdale. Hugh Appleton, Jr.. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Richlands; Randall. John Carwile Pope. Raleigh: Rankin. John Price, Jr.. Sigma Phi Epsilon, St. Petersburg. Fla.; Raver. Milson Car- roll, Jr., Reisterstown, Md.; Raynor, Bruce Butler. Raleigh; Reeder, John Patrick. Bethesda. Md.; Renger. John Frank. Jr.. Albemarle. Fifth Row: Rennecker. F, Gillett. Port Allegany, Pa.: Reynolds. James Woodrow. Jr.. Newton; Rhoades, Robert Willard, Robbins; Rice, William Russell, Gas- tonia: Richman. Harold A.. Newton Center, Mass.; Ricks, Thomas Devere, Alpha Kappa Psi, Durham; Rigdom, Philip Douglas, Chapel Hill. Sixth itoic ; Riner. Edward Neal, Sigtna Phi Epsi- lon, Rockv Mount; Rinzler, Dennis Charles, fau Epsilon Phi. Passaic, N. J.; Rise r. Susan Bailey. Chapel Hill; Roberts. Clyde Gordon. Asheville; Roberts, Guy Clarke, Asheboro; Rogers, Benjamin Lee, Alpha Phi Omega, Ra- leigh; Rogers, Carroll Pickens, HL Spruce Pine. Seventh Row: Rogers, George Howard, Asheville: Rolilfs, Robert Charles, Pittsfleld, .Mass.; Rosenblatt, James Ashley, Char- lotte; Rouse. James Bristol. Zeta Psi, Raleigh; Rowe. Colon H.. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Goldsboro; Royall, Richard Miles, Elkin; Rush, Lewis Odis, Jr.. Phi Eta Signm, Asheboro. Eighth Rou ' : Ku.sher. John William. Jr.. Wilming- tiiri: Kussell. Curtis R.. Dover: Russell, Klizalieth GiUand, Chaple Hill; Russell, llaiiild Kdward, Raleigh; Sandman. llcrhiTt Artliur, Pi Lambda Phi, Ashe- ville; Sasser, Joseph Emsley, Reids- ville; Savers, William Floyd, Gastonia, Miith Row: S.iwver, Ray Bryan, Washington: Srli.ieman, Franklin Joel, Tan Epsilon Phi. Luniberton: Schlosser, Emil Steve, Cireensboro; Schneider, Eliot Michael, Tatl Epsilon Phi. Gastonia; Schroeder. John Jenkins, Phi Gamma Delta. Alex- andria , Va.; Scott, Robert Michael, Jacksonville; Scott, Robert Ray, Pine- tops. Tenth Row: Seagle. Benjamin Franklin. IH. Alpha Phi Omega, Hickory; Sessoms, James Edwin, Tarboro; Seymore, Sidney Walker, Jr.. Apex; Shapiro. Jerry Michael. Zeta Beta Tan, Salisbury; Shaw. Caswell Eure. Halifax: Shelton. Thomas McKendree. Princeton, N. J.; Shinn, John Bradley, China Grove. Elei-enth Rou ' : Shoaf, Dave Chas.. Madison, N. J.; Shumate, James Ronald, Charlotte; Silliman, Robert Burnett, Auburndale, Mass.; Sirnonds, John A.. Raleigh; Sinionton. Vincent E.. Baltimore. Md.; Siinpkiiis. Rodney Lane. Jr.. Jackson- ville: Simpson. Clarence Grimmer, Manassas. Va. 142 First Row: Simpson. Henry Marshall, Phi Gamma Delta, Winston-Salem; Sinpletary. Wil- liam Currie. Jr.. Pi Knppa Alphii. Greensboro; Sinjrleton. Ricliard Milton. Morganton; Slate, Dan Melvin. Mount Airy; Sloop. Max Conrad. Kannapulis; Smalley, James Lee. Jr.. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Augusta. Ga.; Smith. David Iverso n, Burlington. Second Row : Smith, Dewey Clifton. Clinton; Smitli. Francis Gerald. Little Rock. S. C; Smith. Harold Campbell. Jr.. Elizabeth- town; Smith. James Edward. Burling- ton; Smith. James Roy. Jr.. Asheboro; Smith. John Michael. Atlantic; Smith. Lynn Harrison, Delta Vpsilon. Liberty. Third Row : Smith. Luther Leslie. Gatesville; Smith. Moyer. Gray. Pi Kappa Alpha, Lexing- ton; Smith, Samuel Bosworth. Phi Delta Theta, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Samuel Clark. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Wilmington. Del.; Smith, Thomas Eugene, Pi Kappa Alpha, Spartanburg. S. C; Snyder, John Frank. Rtdgewood, N. J.; Snyder. John Hayde. Charlotte. Fourth Row: Somers, Albert Bingham. Wilkesboro: Sowers. Sidney George. Salisbur ' : Spence. William Chenault. Jr.. Con- cord; Spoon. James Merritt, Jr.. Delta Vpsilon, Charlotte; Stanley. Bobby Rex. Kinston; Starr, Louis E.. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Steagall. Thomas Lee, Oxford. Fifth Row : Stephenson, William Alexander, Jr.. Charlotte; Stepp, William Edward. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Marion; Stokes. Jerome Walter. Rome, Ga.; Stokes. Robert Stephen. Manasquan. N. J.; Stott. Johnnie Fredrick. Wilson; Strick- land. Garrett Sheldon, Mount Olive; Strider. Virgil Dawson. Greensboro. Sixth Row : Sturges, Conrad Boyd. Jr.. Louisburg; Stypmann. Noel Leo. Charlotte; Sulli- van. Sharon Lee. Chapel Hill; Summey. Charles Ernest. Dallas; Swanson. Lennie Lee. Henderson; Sylvia. Bruce Gilmore. Richmond. Va.; Taff. Edwin Jay. West Palm Beach. Fla. Se ven th Row : Talabac, Leon Victor, Montclair, N. J.; Talbert. John Berry. Jr.. Carolina Beach; Tarn. William Der. Jr.. Win- ston-Salem; Tarr. Charles Edwin. Signui Phi Epsilon, Conover; Taylor. Edward Eugene. Valdese ; Taylor. Emory Windfield, Henderson; Taylor. James Harvey, Hookerton. Eighth Row: Taylor. Zachary, Knightdale; Thomas. Allen Briggs. Greensboro; Thomas. Dewey Engene. Morven ; Thomas. Vin- cent Bernard. Phi Kappa Sigma, Wil- son; Tieslau. Carol Alicia, Delta Delta Delta, Portsmouth, Va.; Tiffany. Cur- rell Hun ton. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Warrenton. Va. ; Tillman. John San- ders, Asheboro. Ninth Row: Tillman. William Warren. Jr.. Sanford; Toporek. Stanley Denis. Charleston, S. C; Tosti, Joseph Anton. Chi Psi. Rome, N. Y.; Tower. Ralph Burnett. Morgantown, W. Va.; Tripp. William Earl. Jr.. Greenville; Turnbull, David Drew. Chi Psi. New Haven. Conn.; Turner. Jacqueline. Raleigh. Tenth Row: Umstead. Alex Wiley. Garner; Up- church. Douglas B.. Wilmington ; Usher, Harry Austin. Northport. N. Y.; Verrone. Irvin Richard. New Bern ; Vogel. George Wendelyn. Yonkers. N. Y.; Wadsworth. James Edgar. Chapel Hill; Wagner. Gary Gordon, Cramerton. Eleventh Row: Walker. Frank Harrison, Leaksville ; Walker. Grayson Howard. Hayesville; Walker, Luther Loneith. Rockingham; Walker. William Kent. Sigma Chi. Arlington. Va.; Walldorf. Rudy Her- man. Phi Delta Theta, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Waller. Harry Franklin. Kappa Sigma, Charlotte; Walser. John T., Jr., Lexington. 143 First Row: Wnlstoii. Jean Wood, Chapel Hill; Ward, Larry Dean, Arclidale; Warner, Douglas Oilman, Phi Delta Thi-ta. Lookout Mtn., Tenn.: Warner. Joe Henley, Phi Delta Theta. Lookout Mtn., Tenn.; Warren, Hubert Holnian, Jr., Dunn: Warren. John .VI., Jr.. Phi Delta Theta. Laurel. . ld.; Watkins. William Henry, IV, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Ram- seur. Second Ron: : Watson. Raymond .Mexander, Jr. New Bern: Watts, diaries Daniel. Charlotte; Weaver. Georse . rthur. .Mbemarle: Weaver. James Edward, Jr.. Dunn; Webster, Ernest R.. Graham: Weiner. Richard David, Tau Epsilon Phi, Wash- inaton. D. C: Weinstein. Lee Moret. Ztta Beta Tail. Atlanta. Ga. Tliird Row: Weir. Dewey Frederick. Jr.. Hanip- stead: Welch. William Edward. An- moore. W. V ' a.: Wells. Charles Ray, Charleston, S. C. ; Welton. David Scott. Beta Theta Pi. Charlotte; West. Danny EuKene. Pi Kappa Phi. Elizabethtown; West. Harrj- Archibald, Jr.. Rocking- linm: Whedbee. Charles Monroe. Hert- ford. Fourth Row: White, Jerry Donald, Pittsboro; Wliite, Marsliall F„ Roxboro; Whitefleld. Joe -McRae, Durham: Whitehurst. Edward Roland. Jr.. Clearwater, Fla.; Wicker. Robert Brooks, III, Sanford; Widoff, Michael George, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; Wilhoit. Grover Cleveland, Jr., Albe- marle. Fifth Row: Wilkerson. Edwin Cisco. Jr., Phi (itiiniita Delta. Greenville: WMlkinson, Harvey A.. New Bern: Wilkinson. Robert Vewton. Phi Mil Alpha. Greens- boro: Wilkinson. Wvndliam Lee. Beta Theta Pi. High Point: Williams. Bill Joe. Boone; Williams. Charles Oliver, .S7. Anthony Hall. Greensboro; Wil- liams. John Cannady, Jr., Oxford. Si.rth Row : Williams. Robert Hampton. Durham; Williams. William Thurston. Wilson: Willson. Joseph Carter. Raleigh; Wil- son. James Parrish. Jr.. Siaina Xii. Sanford; Wilson. James Preston. Jr.. Wilniiiit ' ton: Wilson. Phillip Wood. St. Aidliunu Hall. Greensboro: Wilson, Itobert White. Jr.. Yanceyville. Seventh Row: Wilson. Willis Alexander. Jr.. Delta Knppa Epsilon. Raleigh: Wily. John Fleming. Durham; Windley. David Walter. Lambda Chi Alpha, Havelock; Winecoff. George Caldwell, HI. Gas- tonia: Wingfleld. Whetsell. Phi Delta Theta. I;nhi„h: Womaek, Sarah Richardson, Chapel Hill; Wood, Fred Philips, Jr., Delta Kappa Epsilon, Edenton. Eighth Row: Wood, Jerry R., Winston-Salem : Wood- ard, Joyce F.. Kenly; Woodhouse, William Walton. Ill, Raleigh; Wood- ley, Samuel Spruill, Jr.. Columbia: Woody. Sidney Lane. Bessemer City; Wooten. Sterling Dillon. Jr.. Kappa Siiinui. Goldsboro; Worley, Donald Lee, Selma. yinth Row: Wright. Arnold. Shelby: Wright. For- rest Jarrell. Jr.. Beta Theta Pi, Winston-Salem: Wright, Robert Mat- thewson, Aberdeen: Wright, Stanley. Tau Epsilon Phi, Charleston. S. C ' .; Vardley, Jonathan, St. Anthonii Hall, Chatham, Va. Tenth Row: Yates. Michael Hoy. Durham: Zaslav. Barry Arthur. Tau Epsilon Phi. Cedar- hurst. N ' . v.: Zealy. . lbert Hazel. Delta Knppa Epsilon, Goldsboro. tcuic Out 1 FINE ARTS FORENSIC COUNCIL DEBATE SQUAD Seated, left to right.- Taylor McMillan, Secretary; Clay Simpson, President; Tom Long, Vice-President. Standing, left to right: John Brooks, Charles Carrol, David Evans, John Snyder, Jeffrey Lawrence. FORENSIC COUNCIL Seated, left to right: Taylor McMillan. Executive Secretary; John C. Brooks, President; Clay Simpson, Vice-President. Standing: David Evans, Tom Long, Glenn Johnson. John Brooks, Forensic Council President; Clay Simpson, Debate Squad President. 146 UNIVERSITY ART LEAGUE The University Art League was formed in 1957 for the purpose of stimulating interest in and understanding of art, promoting art as a profession, forming a coherence among art students and impressing upon the individual the importance of art in everyday life. The Art League is open to any student, and in its meetings twice a month it offers varied programs of speakers, movies, and round- table discussions. The main project for the year is the Sidewalk Art Show and Sale, which is held in the spring and is open to townspeople as well as students. JERRY FORBES President Left to Right: Dwayne Lowder, Priscilla Roetzel, Mary Cavallon, Bart Forbes, Jerry Forbes, Robert Shannan, James Jordan, Dick Jackson, Fred Hutchinson. JOHN BROOKS President PHILANTHROPIC SOCIETY The Philanthropic Literary Society, founded at the University in 1795, is the oldest active collegiate de- bating society in the United States. Each week topics of political, philosophical, lit- erary, and campus interest are debated. Members are provided with an opportunity to become acquainted with the pros and cons of current controversies and to gain experience in expressing and presenting their ideas to others. The Phi has produced many promment state and national leaders during its colorful and inspiring past and today continues to function as a training ground for leadership. Among the Phi alumni who have served their fellowmen well are former U. S. Vice- President Rufus King and Chancellor Emeritus Robert House. Seated; Don Jacobs, President, Pro-Tern; Bill Fackert, Judy Huntress, Clerk; Don Gray, Bill Jackson, Treasurer. Standing. Roger Foushee, Ron Pruitt, Stan Black, John Brooks, President; Carl Matthews, Bob Morely. 148 ROGER FOUSHEE Chairman DR. HENRY H. CRANE Well-known Pacifist WALT KELLY Creator of Pogo CAROLINA FORUM The Carolina Forum is the official speaker agency of Student Government. Since its founding in 1935 the Forum has striven to bring to the students of the Uni- versity the outstanding leaders in a variety of fields. This year, arrangements have been made to present: Dr. Henry Hitt Crane, well-known Pacifist; Walt Kelly, Creator of Pogo; Dr. Martin Luther King; Paul Martin, M. P., Canada; Senators Hubert Humphrey, Jacob Javits, and John Sherman Cooper; and Governor Cecil Underwood of West Virginia. Members of the Carolina Forum: Vince Gibson, Jerry Chichester, Roger Foushee, John Brooks. 149 AL GOLDSMITH Chairman SYMPOSIUM The Carolina Symposium is the offspring of the old Institute of Human Relations. This Institute, initiated in 1926 by the YMCA consisted of one week devoted to a discussion of social problems designed to capture the attention and thought of the entire campus. In 1956 this series was revived as the Carolina Symposium on Public Affairs. In March of 1958 the Carolina Symposium held its tenth session. On campus to speak on the subject: " The Dimensions of Survival: American Culture in World Focus " were over seventy prominent speakers from throughout the world in- cluding Senator Henry M. Jackson of Washington, Senator John Sparkman of Alabama, labor leader Victor Reuther, author and editor Harry Golden, and Pulitzer prize-winning editor Harry Ashemore. The Symposium is an all-campus project. All leading stu- dent organizations, the faculty, and the administration are represented in the promoting committee. Finances come al- most entirely from the campus. In 1958 students raised over $5,000 to sponsor the event. Work is already in progress for the Eleventh Carolina Symposium to be held in the spring of 1960. First Roici; James E. King, Frank W. Klingberg, Marvin E. Lee, Eugen Merzbacher, Bill Greer, C. Hugh Holman. Second Row: Lucy Forsythe, Jack Lawning, Herman Goodwin. Jimmy Smalley, Mark Wilson. David Parker, Al Gold- smith, Ed Levy, Jack Raper, Jack Spain, Davis Young, Cynthia Thompson. 150 W. U. N. C. Seated: Kenn Murphey, Chief Announcer; Ted Harrison, Program iVIanager; Lee Arbogast, Operations Manager. Standing.- Jim Sxilagy, Production Manager; Frank Beaver, Continuity Manager; Ken Alvord, Promotion Manager; Jol-in Moore, News Director. A cultural broadcast service to the people of North Caro- lina, WUNC operates on an FM radio frequency of 91.5 megacycles, covering an area of several hundred square miles. It is owned by the University, and operated by a voluntary student staff. WUNC signs off its sixth year in an aura of accomplishment. Service was expanded to six and one-half hours of evening broadcast. Sports coverage and news analysis were added to a program policy of fine music, news, and discussion. Newly remodeled Swain Hall studios, high fidelity transmission, and a large staff rounded out the year. First Row: Paul Gold Bill Hopkins Joe Ragland Jim Sxilagy John Colescott Bill Whisnant. Second Row: Walter Brown Ronnie Pruitt Al Whiteleather Kenn Murphey Ed Goodman. Third Row: Gerry Suttle Carl Capps Dave Jackson Neil Matheson Wade Hargrove. Fourth Row: John Pettibone Vernon Parker George Schroeder Don Ambrose. Fifth Row: 4 Bob Easley Charles Couch Ted Harrison. Standing: Neil Anderson Dave Fry Joe Mazzei. Upper Lerel; Mary Bahnsen, Sally Lewis, Edie Dalton, Bill Elliott, Harris Butter- worth, Cynthia Grant, Joy Patterson, Lee Arbogast, Ann Harvey. 151 MR. DONALD W. KROWPFLER Manager WUNC (FM) JACK MAYO Assistant Manager Coll The Concert Band, composed of selected instrumentalists. U. N. C It ' s a big Saturday afternoon in Kenan Stadium as the mighty Tar Heels take on another foe. Suddenly, it ' s half-time and the Marching Tar Heels, led by Drum Major Josh Serkin, take the field. Every eye in the stadium is fastened on the turf as the Tar Heel Band snaps through tricky formations . . . that is, except the Carolina gentlemen, who have eyes only for Head Majorette Jo Carpenter, and Majorettes Judy Huntress, Sue Dent, Jane Midgette, and Nancy Robinson. The spectacle is finished and once again the band returns to the sidelines to await the end of the game and the play- ing of Carolina ' s traditional " Hark the Sound. " After the game, a tired blue and white band retires to await another week of strenuous rehearsals and formation drills in preparation for the next extravaganza. The Marching Tar Heels — a trademark of Saturday afternoon activity in Kenan Stadium. M f- i n ., p O V;. QP() HV %0L BAND BAND OFFICERS William Kellam, John Gardiner, Ronald Hamilton Band activity at UNC is not over with the football season however. Soon after the last cheers have died away from Kenan Stadium, the Concert Band begins operation, play- ing a varied repertoire of original compositions and tran- scriptions for symphonic band. Each spring this group makes a concert tour throughout towns and cities in the area, plays several lawn concerts at the foot of Davie Poplar, and gives at least one formal concert in Hill Music Hall. Also, the Symphonic Wind Ensemble, composed of the best musicians in the University band program, gives concerts throughout the year and has gained wide recog- nition for its musicianship. HERBERT FRED Band Director 153 1 ' t.H - 1 The first off Broadway run of Look Homeward Angel was produced by the Carolina Playmakers. CAROLINA PLAYMAKERS The Carolina Playmakers are a very real Community Theatre. Its famous building was the first state-owned playhouse in the United States to be dedicated to the writing and producing of native drama. The Playmakers ' work now falls into two cate- gories. First, there is a program of major productions; and sec- ond, there are experimental productions written, staged and acted by students. A third category also may be added, for the Play- makers are responsible for bringing to Chapel Hill many pro- fessional Broadway productions presented in Memorial Hall. 154 WALLY KURALT President SOUND AND FURY Graham Memorial Activities Board revived Sound and Fury in the fall of 1954 and thereby opened a new era of student musical comedy presentations at Carolina. Since the first production, the organization ' s newness has been well received by the students. Featuring an all-original score and script and born of student spirit and ambition, Sound and Fury has as its purpose the production of musical comedy which will appeal to the student body as a whole. Giving an outlet for untrained student talent and energy has been its greatest achievement. KACK ANTHONY Star Vocalist Seated: Becky Clopper, Pat Pearson, Kack Anthony. Standing: John Colescott, Wally Kuralt, Calvin Smith, Rudy Waldorf, Al Salley, Mac Southerland, Chuck Wrye. Sound and Fury Staff First Row. lejt to right: Fulk, Tyndall, Infinger, Sapp, Floyd, Lampron, James, Taylor, Peebles, Barnes, Jones, Camp- bell, Carter. Secoiid Row. Russell, Whitley, Marshburn, McFadyen, Martin, Bently, Harrell, Miller, Resch, Gerrish, Huggins, Hicks. Third Row: Nuscon, Morse, Canupp, Weaver, Gardner, Gray, Buchanan, Barrow, Brown, Critz, Morton. Fourth Roiv: Thomas, Hubbeling, McWillan, McClister, Ellison, Rhynes, Rhodes, Tucker, Blackburn, Car- rington, Black, Corbett. Strains of music ranging from Gilbert and Sullivan ' s " Mikado " to Carolina ' s " Hark the Sound " float across the campus as the Men ' s Glee Club rehearses for its next appearance. Composed of fifty-five Carolina gentlemen, the University ' s only traveling choral group conducts two annual tours covering large por- tions of North Carolina and the entire eastern seaboard, per- forming in tuxedos or their traditional blazers. The performance at University Day exercises, the Christmas Concert in Hill Hall, and a joint concert with their sister choral group from Woman ' s College round out a typical successful year. MEN ' S GLEE CLUB GLEE CLUB OFFICERS First Row: Don Gray. President; Kenneth James, Vice-President; Herman Jones, Secre- tary; Nick Ellison, Business Manager; R. V. Fulk, Accompanist. Second Row: Paul Fuller, Records; Stan Black, Librarian; Ben Taylor, Publicity; Tony Lampron, Blazers; Don McFad- yen, Librarian. PUBLICATIONS ii HAROLD O ' TUEL Chairman PUBLICATIONS BOARD The Publications Board is the publisher of the Carolina Quarterly, Carolina Handbook, Yackety Yack, Ram and Ewe, Daily Tar Heel, and Playbill at the University. With its membership of two faculty advisors, two Stu- dent Legislature representatives, editors-in-chief and business managers of each publication the Board op- erates on a budget of approximately $100,000 and acts as a supervisory body with financial responsibility for these student publications. The Publications Board strives to preserve the outstanding record of student publications for the University and the nation. Seated: Sam Varnedoes, Dr. Olin T. Mouzon, Dr. Kenneth R. Byerly, Harold O ' Tuel, Mrs. Francis Sparrow, Mr. Jess Dedond, Jane White. Standing: Pepper Tice, Susan Campbell, Bob Turner, Bill Davis, Walker Blanton, Cameron Cooke, John Minter, Curtis Gans, Fred Katzin. 158 the C A R O L I N A QUARTERLY BOB DEMAREE Business Manager PEPPER TICE Editor Continuing its rather impressive tradition, The Carolina Quarterly was able to present its readers throughout the world with some of the best of the year ' s contemporary literature. The staff of The Quarterly felt a particular responsibility to publish literary work which could meet its high standard of excellence as well as demonstrate a commendable degree of success at experimental expression. STAFF, left to right: Kay Knight, Thomas Ware, Pat Hunter, Larry Anderson, Bob Demaree, Colman Barks, Arthur Lessing, Nancy Combes, Pepper Tice, Bob Robin- son, Warren Heeman. 159 r- CAMERON COOKE Editor It has been said the secret to being a good executive is the abihty to pick those people who can do a better job than you can and hire them. With this in mind, this year ' s editor went to work. With a great deal of luck, a topnotch staff was directed and the preparation of material for the yearbook began with the taking of class pictures. Harriette Dwelle, Don Millen, Beauty Co-Editors; Charlotte Pope. Sorority Editor. TOY JOHNSON Managing Editor A great bustle of activity was seen within the cement walls of the Yack office through January. During this time, Toy Johnson, managing editor, acted as slave driver, while ye ole editor, Cameron Cooke, hid in his cement paneled office. Again the staff must be mentioned as the true re- cipient of any praise forthcoming to the book. Becky Clopper, Administration and Student Government Edi- tor; Bertha Stanley, Religious Organizations Editor; Penny Boone, Professional Schools Co-Editor; Jim Sauls, Professional and Honorary Organizations Editor. BILL DAVIS Business Manager Bobby Grubb, Sports Editor; James Mcin- tosh, Freshman Editor; Bob Cannon, Index Editor. Carol Josey, Junior Editor; Joel demons, Fine Arts Editor; Nancy Baker, Professional Schools Co-Editor; Bob Austin, Sophomore Editor. R. V. Fulk, Fraternity Editor; Jean Esval, Exchange Editor; Doug Page, Military Edi- tor; Jerry Stokes. Fraternity Co-Editor. .«■■ V To present the news accurately, to seek out the why ' s of the news, and to provoke thought were the aims of The Daily Tar Heel during the past year. It was a year of building and rebuilding. Advertising was placed under a new system, which brought the largest single issue in the newspaper ' s history. Editorially fraternities, athletics, the state of the Univer- sity, segregation, honor councils, foreign policy, and other topics excited interest and controversy. CURTIS GANS Editor CHARLIE SLOAN Managing Editor STAN FISHER Managing Editor SPORTS STAFF: Bart Forbes, Rusty Hammond, Elliott Cooper, Jerry Garrison. EDIT STAFF: Anthony Wolff, Pat Carlton, Randall Eisennan, Glenna Meginnis, Joe John. TarHecl The Daily Tar Heel, official publication of the Uni- versity, is printed six days a week during the regu- lar school year except during the examination periods. It employs Carolina students exclusively, and enjoys a reputation which places it among the top campus newspapers in the country. The staff this year was the largest for several years on the paper, and to the many who worked regularly in getting out the paper daily goes the credit for this year ' s Daily Tar Heel. WALKER BLANTON Business Manager FRED KATZIN Advertising Manager NEWS STAFF AND PHOTOGRAPHERS Seated: Mary Alice Rowlette, Joan Brock, Dee Daniels, Ed Riner. Standing: Patsy Stanton, Rosemary Roberts, Sally Green, Frances Wal- ton, Ron Shumate, Ed Goodman, Bill Brinkhous, Peter Ness, Buddy Spoon. BUSINESS STAFF: Nancy Combes, John Minter, Morris Godfrey. ANN FRYE News Editor 1958 proved to be a red-letter year in University publi- cations. The organization of the Carolina Playbill added another publication to Carolina ' s " Pub Row, " while making an attempt to complement the University ' s rec- ord of producing some of the finest college publications in the country. Organized for the purpose of presenting the students with a program of coming events and activities to the campus, Playhill ' s aim is to eventually become one of the most widely-read Carolina publications. Operating under the auspices of the Publications Board with offices in Graham Memorial, the staff began the " long, hard struggle for success " in December after the Student Legislature had authorized the magazine. JOEL CLEMONS Editor B GARY ARTZ Business Manager 164 The Carolina Handbook, a publication of the YMCA, is the University ' s official orientation guide for all new students. It has enjoyed a sound reputation since 1891 for giving new arrivals a view of campus life in all its aspects. The Handbook has expanded with the Uni- versity from the first 16 page edition to its present 152 page form. In 1957, the Student Government made an appropriation of $1,200 to help its support. This increase in the budget has enabled the staff to present to new stu- dents an up-to-date, colorful picture of the Carolina way of life. John Minter, Susan Campbell CAROLINA HANDBOOK Fred Roper, Barbara Lewis, Dee Donroe, Martha Turner, Walt Tatum, Carol Josey, Tony Dees, Barrett Proctor, Don Herring. Lewi.s Hick.s. 165 I I TABLE OF CONTENTS SORORITIES .187 RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS 205 168 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS The officers of the class of 1960 placed before the students a plan which centered around greater class unity and better class participation in campus activi- ties. They pledged to do everything possible to keep student government in the hands of the students, to bring about more effective participation of all stu- dents in the student government, and to create more respect for the Honor System. Re-creation of spirit and a feeling of identification of each person with his class was also a major goal. Special activities for the Junior Class were planned by the class officers which would help attain these goals. WADE SMITH President Left to Right: Graham Claytor, Treasurer; Mary Margaret Brown, Social Chairman: Wade Smith, President; Martha Morgan, Secretary; Jack Spain, Vice-President. First Eolo: Adams. George Bryan, Jr.. Zeta PsI, Charlotte; Adams, Jerome Robertson, Chi Psi, Tampa. Fla.; Adams. Leon Reed. Davidson; Adams. William Holcombe, III. Sigma A ' li. Roxboro; Addinpton Betty Sue. St. Paul, Va. ; Agee. George Spencer, Hickory. Second Row: Ainslie. Lee Sanford. Jr.. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Huntington. W. Va.; Aldige. Amelie Virginia Marie, Alpha Omicron Pi, Durham; Alexander, Joseph Hammond. Alpha Phi Omega. Pi Kappa Alpha, Short Hills. N. J.: Alexander. Richard Barnhardt. Fort Lauderdale. Fla.; Allen. Jessie Fremont, Greensboro; Allen. Kitty, Lenox, Ga. Third Row: Allen, Thomas Clark, High Point; Allred. Hiram Herbert, Jr.. Mount Airj-; Allred. Thomas Arthur. Hicli Point: .Mired. Tommy Lee. Phi Kappa Sigmn, Burlington; Alphin. John Archie. Jr.. Fay- etteville; Aman. Jerry Hedrick, Phi Kappa Sigma, Jacksonville. Fourth Row: Anderson. Bird, Durham; Anderson, Larry Ran- dall, High Point: Anderson. Wayne Clark. Phi dnmma Delta, Kinston ; . ndrews. Beverly Faye. Hickory; . rnette. Jacqueline Grace. Kings Moun- tain; . rthur. James Ficklen, Jr.. Sigma Nu, Greenville. Fifth Row: Asher. Robert David, Jr.. Kappa Sigma. Raleigh: Ashfield. Frank Yeates. Ahoskie; Ashley. William Lee. Edge Hill. Va.; Atkinson. William Bryan, New B ern; Atwell, Alan George, Alpha Phi (hnega, St. Anthony Hall, Greensboro: Austin, Sheldon Clyde. Jr.. Phi Delta Theta. Raleigh. Sixth Row: .A vera. Charles Allen, Sigma Su, Rocky Mount; Awbrey. Nancy Etta. Dalton, Ga.: Babb. Robert Massey. Alpha Chi Sigma, Raleigh: Bagwell. Willard Ray. Raleigh; Bailey. Man ' Elizabeth, Kenly; Baker. Joanne Roper. Durham. Seventh Row: Baker. Nancy Jane. Oak Hill. W. Va.; Baldwin. Albert Leslie. Red Springs: Balkind, Gary Irwin. Tail Epsilon Phi, Miami Beach. Fla.: Ball. Brenda Combs. Winston-Salem; Ball. William Amos. Henderson; Ballard. John Alton. Angier. Eighth Row: Bane. Curtis F.. Chapel Hill: Barnes. Henson Perrymore. Elizabethtown ; Barnes. James Willard, Lasker: Barreras, Mary Louise. Tampa. Fla.; Barts. John William. Jr.. Yancey ille; Bateman. Helen Marie. Poplar Branch. Xinth Row: Baucom. Cullie Joe. Monroe: Baxter. Betty Jean, Lincolnton: Beach. Martha Crowcll. Lenoir; Beacham. Fred Arnold. Raleigh; Beard. Robert Earl. Phi Mu Alpha, Fayetteville; Beaver. Frank Eugene. Lambda Chi Alpha, Statesville. Tenth Row: Beck. Patricia Nell, Hillsboro; Becker. Donald Eugene. High Point; Belk. James Sherman. Delta Sigma Pi, Hickory: Bell. Mary Ellen. Lewisburg, W. Va.: Berrj-. James Matthew, Jr.. Gastonia; Berryhill. Bruck Holt. Charlotte. 170 First Row : Biggs, Joseph Brian. Lillirgton ; Bingham, .1. Robert. Boone; Black. James Thomas, Sitiina Chi, Charlotte; Blackwell, Mary Scott. Ruffln ; Blair, Jerry Andre, Thomasville ; Blake, Phyllis Olivia, Hillsboro. Second Row : Blanton, Silas Walker, Jr., Delta Kappa Epsilon. Marion; Bledsoe, James Odell, Jr., New Bern; Blumenthal, Jerome Bruce, Zeta Beta Tait, At- lanta, Ga.; Boatwright, Norma Ann, Ft. Bragg; Boden, Theodore Neai, Alpha Tau Omega, Tampa, Fla.; Bolen, Calla Ann, Charlotte. Third Row : Bolick, Ted Arnold, Delta Sigma Pi, Hudson ; Bonner, William Ross, Beta Theta Pi, Greensboro; Boone. Martha Penelope, Tryon ; Boone, Robert Ricks, Raleigh; Boortz, Kay Margaret, Council BlufTs, Iowa; Booth, Henry Lee, Jr., Gastonia. Fourth Row: Bowen, Frank Theodore, Jr., Theta Chi, Washing- ton; Bowles. Susan Scott. Kinston; Boyd. Willard Gaither. Jr.. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Lincolnton; Brad- ford, Margaret W„ Charlotte; Bradley. Charles Marvin, Phi Delta Theta, Whitakers; Brake, Richard Clarence, Sigma Nu, Henderson. Fifth Row: Brandon, Thomas Henry, Wilson; Braswell, Ker- mit Lee, Roanoke Rapids; Brawley, Reid Haynes. Charlotte; Breeland, Thoma.s Lloyd, Jr.. Wilming- ton ; Breiner. Charles F., Graham ; Bridgers, Mary Christian, WiLson. Sixth Row: Briggs. Miriam Ruth, Freeport, N. Y.; Brinkley. William McCall, Valdese; Britt. Joseph C. Ashe- ville; Britton. Mary West. Raleigh; Brock. Floyd Devon. Bunnlevel; Brock, James David, Phi Eta Sig}na, Burlington. Seventh Row: Brott, Julia Floyd, Chevy Chase, Md. ; Brown. Hershall M.. Chinquapin ; Brown. Malcolm Otis. Gastonia ; Brown. Mary Margaret. Wilson ; Brun- dage. Barrie Adrianne. Valhalla. N. Y.; Bryan, Clinton Ellwood, Jr., Alpha Kappa Psi, Pittsboro. Eighth Row: Bryant, David Lee, Alpha Kappa Psi, Charlotte; Bryant, Howard McKenzie. Jr.. Ashelwro; Buche. Ann, West Lafayette, Ind.; Budacz. Julius Fran- cis. Robersonville; Bundy. Harry Wilson. Eliza- beth City; Bunn, Judith Leslie, Huntington, W. Va. Ninth Row: Burden. Katherinc Spivey. Aulander; Burlesom. William Rowell. Tabor City; Burnside. William H., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Raleigh; Burt, Sue Robin, Zeta Tan Alpha, Hudson, Ohio; Butterworth, Mary Harris, Richmond, Va. ; Byrd, Julian Clarence. Theta Chi, Goldsboro. Tenth Row : Cabot. Ronald Mark. High Point; Cagle. William Baird. Alpha Tau Omega, Asheville; Cahoon. Bobby Glenn. Harbinger; Caldwell. Bruce Francis. Clyde; Calhoun, Annie Gray Nash, Elkin; Call, William Randolph, Jr.. Asheville. E ifi 171 First Row : Cameron, Edward Leon. Raeford; Cameron. Mal- colm Graeme. Statesville; Camp. Joe Henderson, Shelby: Cannon. Boyd Harvey. Belton. S. C; Carlisle. Frank M.. Chapel Hill; Carmode. Ralph Edward. Raleigh. Second Row: Carpenter. Leonard B.. Dallas; Carpenter. Ruth Elizabeth. Delta Delta Delta, Asheville ; Carper. Frank Wilkins. Delta Vimlon. Gastonia; Carr. David Richard. Auburn. Mass. ; Carr. Dawson ' erdery, Stedman ; Carrington, Samuel Macon, Jr.. Oxford. Th irri Row: Carroll. Nancy Lou. Denton; Carruthers. Carol Moore. Charlottesville. Va.: Carter. Dorothy Gaye. Salisbury: Carter. James Larry. Kappa Alpha, Raleigh: Carter. James S.. Jr.. Gastonia: Car- terette. Robert T., Chapel Hill. Fntirth Row: Carver, Jean Lynn, Silver Spring, Md,: Cass, Don- ald Hayes, Elkin: Castanas. George James, Char- lotte; Cauley, Jerrj ' Dean, Kinston; Causey. Hugh W.. Xew York. N. Y.; Cavallon. Mary McLean. Winnetka. III. Fifth Row : Chamlee, William Levy. Aulander; Chastain. Roger v.. Jr.. Alpha Chi Sinma, Cherrj- Point: Cherry. Anna Kathrine. Asheville: Cliichester. Gerald Curtis, Macon, Ga.: Churchill, Ellen Mar- riotte. Durham; Clark. Jimmy Lee, Sanford. fiixlh Row: Clark. Jon Burton. Williamston; Clark, Paul Coe. Jr., Kt. Anthony Hall. Candor; Claytor. William Graham. Phi Delta Thetn, Signal Mountain. Tenn.: Clopper, Becky Ann. Hagerstown. Md.; Cochran, ' irgil Mickey. Washington; Cocklereece. Richard Green. Greensboro. Seventh Row: Coe, Jane. Arlington. Va.; Cofod. Robert Ken- neth. Theta Chi, Freeport. N. Y.; Coggins. Wyatt Henry. Jr., Chi Phi. Charlotte: Colclough, William Jo.seph, Durham : Coleman, Thomas Wilkes, Sum- mit. N. J.; Collins, James Perry, Charlotte, Eirihth Row: Collins. Michael Lee. High Point: Connen ' . Robert Andrew. Durham; Cook, Edward Thomas, Sioma Alpha Ep.silon. Charlotte: Cooke, Robert Cameron, Siqma Alpha Epsilon. Durham; Cording, Richard Arnold, Wallace: Cordle. Thomas Llewellin, Jr.. Charlotte. Mnth Row: Costello. Marion Eugene. Sigma Alpha Epxilon. Roanoke. Va.; Costen. Thomas Buie. Gatesville; Couch. Charles Graves. Jr.. Charlotte; Covington. Hnhert James. Raleigh; Craddock. Robert Avery, ( ary: Cranford. James Willis, Jr., Troy. Tenth Row: Craver, George Larry, Chi Psi, Winston-Salem; Crawford, James Walker, Jr.. Pi Kappa Alpha. Oxford: Crawford. John Robert. III. Sigma Xii. Salisbury; Creekmoore. Joseph Powell. Whiteville: Creeni. Anthony. Phi Kappa Sigma. Sands Point. N. Y.; Crocker, William Guy, Selma. 172 First Row : Crotty. Curtis Paul, Mullens, W. Va.: Crotty, John Francis. Beta Theta Pi, Bayonne. N. J.; Crow, Edwarfl Wilson, III. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Hanes; Crow. Mary Dinwiddle, Wilson : Crownover, James Edward, Jr„ Asheville; Crowther, Carolyn Blair, Tampa. Fla. Second Row: Crumpler, Lyle Ellis. Sigma Nu, Rocky Mount; Crutclifleld. Clarence Jackson, Jr., Sigma Nu, San- ford ; Culp. Albert Franklin, Mooresville: Cum- mings, Ralph Waldo, Jr„ Alpha Tau Omega, Ualeigh: Cunningham, Carroll, Chi Omega. Look- out Mountain, Tenn. ; Custis, Martha Cornelia, Suffolk, Va. Third Row : Dailey. Richard Maurice, Jr.. Raleigh; Dalrymple, John Robert, Jr.. Wilson: Dalton, Edith Alice. Westbury. N. Y.; Dancy. Linda Kay. Charlotte; Dang. Muriel H. C. Honolulu. H. I.; Daniel, Marshall Emory. Jr.. Phi Gamma Delta, Char- lotte. Fourth Row: Daniels. Allen Gray, Kappa Sigma, Goldsboro; Daniels, Deanna Lee. Noblesville, Ind.; Davidson, Sandra Jean, Lenoir; Davis, Floyd Estel, Jr., Hamptonville; Davis. John Allen. Chapel Hill; Davis. Julia Cox. Chapel Hill. Fifth Row : Davis. Katherine Webb, Pinehurst; Davis, William Finley, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Morganton; Davis. William Glenn, Jr., Phi Eta Sigma, Winston- Salem; Deans, Barbara Ray, Red Oak; Deits, Jay Hawking, Falls Church, Va.; DeLashmutt, Pa- triica. Arlington, Va. Sixth Row : Del Greco, Leonora Annette, Charlottesville, Va. ; Dickinson. Rosa Katlierine. Winter Haven. Fla.; Dilday. Lacy L., Ahoskie; Doggett, Sarah Allene. Mt. Airy: Done, Roberta Therese. Teaneck. N. J.; Dooley, Patrick Lawrence, Raleigh. Seventh Row: Dorroh, John Hunter. Jr., Wilson: Dorroh, Wil- liam Gayle, Wilson; Dorsett, Samuel Houston, Jr., Winston-Salem; Dotson. Donald Larry, Chapel Hill: Downs. Martha Jean. Canton; Draughon. Clyde O., Jr., Alpha Tau Omega, Mobile, Ala. Eighth Row: DuBose. Joan Patricia, Arden; Duke. Elizabeth Eskridge. Charlottesville. Va.; Dunn. Kate-Put- nam, Greensboro: Dunn, William, III, Raleigh; Durham, Jane Emerson. Kappa Delta, Richmond. Va.: Durham, Mary Margaret, Winston-Salem. Ninth Row: Dwelle. Harriette Baxter. Charlotte; Eagles. E. Rosemary. Greenville; Eagles. Frank Logan, Alpha Tau Omega, Wilson: Earle, Gwendolyn Faye, Statesville: Eddings, Tally Harry, II, Sigma Au. Tabor City; Edmund. William Bullard. Jr., Lumberton. Tenth Row: Edney. Greenwood M., Marshall; Edwards, Philip Strowd, Slier City; Elder, Decia Jeanette, Siler City; EUer, WiUiam Larry, Spencer; Elliott. Rachel Elizabeth, Boiling Springs; Ellis. Johnny Wayne, Spruce Pine. 173 First Row : Embry, Hugh Collins. Fredricksburg. Va. : Esk- ririge. Fain Combs, Shelby: Esval, Jean Lydia, Durham: Evans. David Samuel, Tnu Epsilon Phi. Fayetteville : Evans, James Earl. Oxford; Evans. Roland Benjamin, Cary. Second Row : Everett, Houston Spencer, Alpha Tmi Omega, Baltimore. Md. : Everitt. Beverly Jane. Durham: Everitt. James McPherson. Jr., Phi Kappa Sigmo. Greensboro: Exum, Ashe Bost, Sigma Nu, Snow Hill; Faires, Patricia Fay, Charlotte; Fales. Jack Hudson, Wilmington. Third Row: Farrior. Katherine Pedrick. Kappa Delta, Burgaw; Farris, Kathrj ' n Joyce. Rocky Mount; Feemster, Vivian Lucile. Gastonia; Ferguson. Jerry Hill. Alpha Phi Omega, Pi Kappa Phi, Millbrook; Fer- guson. Tommy R.. Jr.. Rockingham; Ferlazzo, Philip Anthony. Quantico, Va. Fourth Row: Ferrell, Joseph Stevens, Kappa Psi, Elizabeth City; Ferris. Walter Clayton, Charlotte; File. Gil- bert William. Anderson. S. C. ; Finkelstein. Alan Stanley, Tan Epsilon Phi. Brooklyn. N. Y.; Fish. Lydia Mary. Raleigh; Fishel. Grover Eugene, Jr.. Winston-Salem. Fifth Row : Fisher. Larry Alonzo. Chapel Hill; Fisher. Paul Edward, Alpha Kappa Psi, Granite Quarry; Fitzula, Robert Michael, Carteret, N. J,; Fleming. Elizabeth Heathcote, Chapel Hill: Flinner, Charle ' i Edmund, High Point; Flynn, Harry Shields, St. Anthony Hall, Tryon. Sixth Row : Footh, Sharon Conary. Birmingham. Ala.; Fort- ner. Harold Harris. Pi Kappa Phi, Anderson, S. C: Fountain. Arthur Whitfield. Tarboro; Foushee. Roger Babson. Burlington; Foy. Belinda Jane, Bradenton. Fla.; Franklin. William Nor- man. Greensboro. Seventh Row : Frazier. James R., Rocky Mount; Frost. James Lindsey. Wilmington; Frye. T. Nelson. Carthage: Fulghum. Robert Daniel. Fayetteville: Fuller. Walter Erwin. Jr.. Phi Eta Sigma, Louisburg: Funderburk, Albert Otto. Jr., Spray. Eighth Row : Gabr iel, Janice Cornelia, Mooresville; Gamone, Rudolph Phillip. Fort Bragg: Gardiner. John . lden. Phi 31n Alpha, Greensboro: Gardner. Bar- bara Jane. Wilmington ; Gardner. Homer Gerney. Jr.. Delta Vpsilon, Salisbury; Garr. Melvyn Lawrence, Pi Lambda Phi, Raleigh. Ninth Bow: Garris, Carol Lynn. Pikeville; Garriss, Austin McDonald. Jr., Troy; Garver. John David. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Hendersonville; Gaskins. James Alfred. Jr.. New Bern; Gates, Donald Williams, Phi Gamma Delta, Scarsdale, N. Y.; Gatling. Virginia Bard, Norfolk, Va. Tenth Row: Gay. Malcolm Gardner, Sigma Nu, Walstonburg: Gay, William Carl, Walstonburg; Gayle, Cecil McMath, Jr,. Marion. . la. ; Gelzer, Dorothy Elise, Atlanta. Ga.; Gerdes. Phillip Engelhard. Alpha Kappa Psi, Wilmington; Gerrish, Richard Binner, Wilmington. 174 First Row : Gery, Martha Susan, Durham ; Ghanim. John K., Ramallah. Jordan; Gibbs. James Howard. Ashe- ville: Gibson, Jane Muse, Rockingham; Gibson. Joan B., Hayesville; Gilbert, Daniel Everette, Benson. Second Row : Giles, Larry Mills, Gastonia; Glllman, Harriett Ruth, Atlanta, Ga.; Girard, Steplien Scher. Pi Lambda Phi, Gastonia; Glavin, Kathleen Brigid, Cambridge, Mass.; Glenn. Willie Lee. Durham; Glynn, Phyllis Evans, Greensboro. Third Row : Godfrey. Morris R., Ware Shoals, S. C. ; Goldman. Hilton Paul. Tau Epsilon Phi; Elizabeth. N. J.; Golley. Stuart Andrew, Lookout Mountain, Tenn.; Good, Larry Buford. Mount Airy; Goodman, Benjamin Mitchell, Jr., Gates; Goodman, Frank Eugene, Charlotte. Fourth Row : Goodman. Hugh Marlon, Alpha Tau Omega, Signal Mountain, Tenn.; Goodson. John Phillip, Mount Olive; Goodwin, Donald R., Monroe; Gottschalk, Don Frederick, Huntington Valley. Pa.; Graham, Edmund Lowell, Lambda Chi Alpha, Goldston; Graham, Wallace Anthony, Phi Delta Theta, Miami, Fla. Fifth Row : Grant, Cynthia Geraldine, Orlando, Fla.; Gray, Charles, in. High Point; Gray, Charles Dowd, III. Pi Kappa Alpha, Gastonia; Grayson. George Wallace. Jr.. Alpha Epsilon Delta. Chi Psi, Alex- andria, Va.; Green, Sara Elizabeth, Kappa Delta, Daytona Beach, Fla.; Gregg. Dennis Leon. Char- lotte. Kixth Row : GrifBn. Roland Gerald. Williamston; Grimes, Gayle Gwen, Washington. D. C; Grogan. Kennis Robert. Mayodan; Guercio. Jody Helen, Balti- more. Md.; Gulley. Jack Powell, Clayton; Gunn, Robert Louis, Greensboro. Seventh Row : Gunter. Jerry Marshall, Gastonia; Guthrie, Mal- thus Lee, Chapel Hill; Gutridge, Helen Scott, Lynchburg, Va; Haithcock, Neysa, Badin; Ham- bright, Charles Henry, Chapel Hill; Hammersla. Frances Taylor, Hickory Eighth Row : Hammett, John Benjamin, Pennsboro, W. Va. ; Hamrick, Philip Laxton, Mt. Holly; Hannah, Mary Susannah, Glendale, Ohio; Hanner, Claire Anne, Atlanta, Ga.; Hardin, Elizabeth, Phi Mu, Char- lotte; Hargett. John Thorne, Wilmington. Ninth Row: Harkrader, Lela Belle, Mount Airy; Harmon, Diana Donaldson, Greensboro; Harmon, Ronald Davis, Statesville; Harper, James Madison, III, Southport; Harris, Betsy Field, Ocala, Fla.; Harris, Boyd White, III, Phi Delta Theta. Dur- ham. Tenth Bow: Harris, Frederick Henry. Chi Psi. Rocky Mount; Harris, Henry Wood, Jr., Phi Delta Theta, Winston-Salem; Harris, Jean Holmes, Arlington, Va. ; Harris. Jimmy Lane, Roanoke Rapids; Harris, Ronald Clay, Delta Sigma Pi, Salisbury; Harris, Thomas Jefferson, Jr., Red Springs. 175 First Row : Harry. Margaret Alice, Kappa Delta, Grover; Hassinger. Ann Marshall. Bristol. Va.; Hatz. Emma Louise, West Point, ' a. ; Hawes, Horace Livingston, Jr., Wilmington; Hawes. Peyton Samuel, Sigma Alpha Epsllon, Elberton. Ga.; Hawkins, Ralph Owen, Jr., Raleigh. Second Row: Hawley, Barbara Anne. Durham ; Hawley. Mar- garet Anne, Durham; Hayes. Richard Bryant, Sigma Nu, Sanford; Haywood. Ronald Lee, Mount Gilead ; Herbert. Catlierine Fraser. New Orleans, La.; Hellard, John Charles, Salisbury. Third Row: Helms, John Howard Payne, Phi Eta Sigma, Chapel Hill; Henry, Hector Himel, Jr., Charlotte; Herford, Robert David, Greensboro; Herman, Patricia Jane, Statesville; Herndon, Joseph G., Parkton; Hero, Helene Claire, New Orleans. La. Fourth Row: Hester, Joseph Louis. Elizabethtown ; Hewitt, Joe Anderson. Shelby; Hicks, Carl Thomas, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Walstonburg; Hicks, James Rod- ney. Charlotte; Hicks, Lewis Patterson, Wise; Hill. Emily Sue, Marshville. Fifth Bow : Hill, Michael Orman, Phi Eta Sigma, Raleigh; Hillman, James Elgan, Jr., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Raleigh; Hinnant, Robert Willard, Pine Level; Hobbs, Dixie Linda, Raleigli; Holaday. Martha Ellen, Alexandria, Va.; HoUan, Gerald Eugene, Burlington. Sixth Row : Holshouser, John Leidy, Rockwell; Holswade, Ann Harris, Chi Omega, Huntington, W. Va. ; Holtzelaw, Frances Ann, Hampton, Va.; Homeyer, Marcia Fuller, Wellesley Hills, Mass.; Hoover, Madge Elaine, Kappa Delta, Mount Airy; Hoover, William David, Chapel Hill, Seventh Row : Home, Robert Milton, Maxton; Horton, Alvin Horace. HI, Hamlet; Howell, Elizabeth, Atlanta, Ga.; Howell, Heury Grady, Goldsboro; Howell, James Donald, Chapel Hill; Howell. Louise Anne, Wilmington, Eighth Row: Howell. Thelma, High Point; Howerton, Charles C Lambda Chi Alpha, Cuero, Texas; Howie, William Alexander, Monroe; Howson, Charles Henry, 111, Phi Delta Theta, Villanova, Pa.; Hrin, John Nicholas, Havelock; Hudson, Jo Anne. Ra- leigh. yinthRow: Huff. Lyndon Lewis, Jr., Kernersville ; Huffman, CMlbert Thompson, Mount Airy; Humphries, W. ON ' eil. Roxboro; Hunsinger, Drew Charles, Char- lotte; Hurt, Joe Paul, Raleigh; Hussey, Frances Perry, New Bern. Tenth Row: Hussman, Marilyn Clyde, Delta Delta Delta, Canulen. Ark.; Hutchinson, Fred Knox, Rocking- ham; Irving, Donna Brooks. Alpha Delta Pi, Ra- leigh; Jackson. Curtis Riley. Gastonia; Jackson, Harold Henry, Kings Mountain: Jackson, Mary- lyn Dixie. Little Rock. Ark. 176 First Row : Jacobs. Donald Mcintosh, High Point; Jacobus. William Carroll. Jr., Kappa Sigma, Raleigh; James. Alton Everette. Jr.. Pi Kappa Alpha. Robersonville; James, Jeanne Stuart, Wilmingrton ; James, Kenneth Leroy, Delta Sigm t Pi, Mayodan ; Jarrell, James Norfleet, Raleigh. Second Row: Janis, Andrew Preston, Raleigh; Jenkins, Claus- ton L., Jr.. Beta Theta Pi, Phi Eta Signiti, Ra- leigh; Jennings. Edward Lewis. Wadesboro; Jester. John Carlton. III. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Greensboro: Jester, Rita Patricia, Alpha Phi, Yardley, Pa.; John, Joseph Robert, North Au- gusta. S. C. Third Row: Johns. Bebe, Asheboro; Johnson, David Lee, Graham; Johnson, Edgar Martin, Jr., Raleigh; Johnson, Harold Clay, Hamptonville; Johnson, Larry Wilson, Coats; Johnson, William T. K.. Washington, D. C. Fourth Row: Johnston. Frederick Ross. Charlotte: Johnston, Hall Morrison, Jr., Sigma Alpha EpsUon, Char- lotte: Jones, David A.. Oakland. Calif.: Jones, Louise Judson, Raleigh; Jones, Paula. Beaufort; Jordan, Thomas Hereford, Alpha Tan Omega, Wilson. Fifth Row: Joyce. Otis Pleasant. Jr., Stoneville: Joyner, Bertice Clifford, Rocky Mount; Kaden, Ingeborg Dorothy, Daytona Beach, Fla.; Karp. Barry Arnold, Tail EpsUon Phi, Atlanta, Ga.; Keck. Walter Monroe, Phi Kappa Sigma, Burlington: Kelly, Douglas Neal, Pi Kappa Phi, Waynesville. Sixth Row: Kelly. Ronald Philip. Statesville: Kendall. James E.. Charlotte; Kennedy. Constance Marie, Vir- ginia Beach, Va.; Kepley. Richard Hal. Roanoke. Va.; Kerr. James Lee. Jamestown: Keys, Ben- nette Eugene Geer, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Green- ville, S. C. Seventh Row: Kilpatriek, Arthur Lawrence, Sigma Nv, Ansonia. Conn.; Kilpatriek. Joshua Marshall, Robersonville; Kimmel, Ronald Melvin, Dunn; King, Bettie Joyce, Freeland: King, John Benjamin, Clinton; King, Judith Hope, Teachey. Eighth Row: King. Mary Kathrj ' n. Delta Delta Delta, Jackson- ville. Fla.; King, Sarah Elizabeth, Monroe; King, William Edwin, Charlotte; King, William Joseph, Lenoir: Kingsley, Carolyn Diane, Pi Beta Phi. Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; Kinney, James William, Kannapolis. MnthRow: Kittredge. Lee Denniston. Alpha Phi Omega, East Flat Rock: Kizziah. Michael Doyle. Concord; Klingel. Marcia E., Delta Gamma, Baltimore. Md.; Koonce. Charles Duffy. Jacksonville; Kornfeld. Stanley David, Pi Lambda Phi, Rocky Mount; Kramer, Morris Larry, Pi Lambda Phi, White- ville. Tenth Row: Kuralt, Wallace Hamilton, Jr., Phi Mu Alpha, St. .inthony Hall, Charlotte: Lampron. Anthony Joseph, Wilmington: Lance, Butch Frank, Ros- man; Lanham, Michael Stewart, Kappa Sigma, Fayetteville; Larese, York B., Zeta Psi, New York, N. Y.; Latham. Walter Bryan, Sigma Nil, Bethel. 177 First Row : Laughrun, James Everett, Burnsville; Laughrun, Tomniie Lou, Forest City; La wing, Eugene Morris, Charlotte: Lawing, Jackie Lee, Beta Theta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Marion; Lawrence, Carey Lee. Sigma Xu, Sanford; Lawson, Thomas Towles. Ptii Eta Sigma, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Roanoke, Va. Second Row : Leach, Mildred Townsend, Richmond, Va. : League, Richard N.. Summit, N. J.; Leder, Arnold Harris, Pi Lambda Phi, Goldsboro; Lee. Billy Sanford, Four Oaks; Lee, Maxine Lorraire, Chi Omega, Bethesda, Md., LefBer, David L.. Kappa Sigma, Arlington, Va. Third Roiv: LeGrande, Nancy Lee, Daytona Beach, Fla.; Levy. Benjamin Jack, Zeta Beta Tau, Petersburg. Va.; Lewis. Robert Glenn. Alpha Chi Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, Morehead City; Liipfert, Cowles. Beta Theta Pi, Winston-Salem; Liles, John Robin, III, Littleton; Linian, Peter C, Zeta Beta Tau, Hew- lett. N. Y. Fourth Row: Lipscomb. Claudia Earle. Southport. Conn.; Line- berger. Luther Truett. Pi Kappa Alpha, Gastonia; Linker. Louis Edgar. Raleigh; Little. Douglas Kearns, Lamlida Chi Alpha, Chapel Hill; Little. James Franklin. Pollocksville; Litton. Lillian Joday. Bristol, Va. Fifth Row: Long. William Brenisen. Chapel Hill; Lopez, Jose Manuel, La Paz. Bolivia ; Lowe, Carroll Douglas, Colerain; Lowery, . lvin Lewis, Phi Mu .-ilpha, Marshville; Lucas, Ann E., Louisville, Ky.; Lup- ton. Clarence Edward. Edenton. Sixth Row : Lytle. William Patillar. Delta Sigma Pi, Marion; Mc. lams. Delniar Warren. Swepsonville; McCon- nell, John Miner, Highlands, N, J.; McCormick, Mary Keady. Greenville. Miss.; McCotter. Susan Muse. New Bern; McCracken, Frank Webb. lU, Sanford. Seventh Row: McCurry. Richard Nelson, Asheville; McDevitt, Sterling George, Auburndale, N. Y.; McGee, James William, Sigma .4lpha Epsilon. Greenville; McGee, John Divine, H. Kappa Alpha, Lookout Mountain, Tenn.; McGee. Louise Elizabeth. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Greensboro; McGirt. Claude Pemberton. III. Red Springs. Eighth Row: McLean. Malcolm Hector, Alpha Tau On ega. Lumberton; McLeod, Joe, Raeford; McLeod, Malcolm N.. Sanford; McLester. Frances Marlene. Charlotte; McMillon, James Leroy. Jr., Selnia; McMillan. John Taylor, Parkton. Ninth Row: McMillan, William Hannon, Charlotte; McMillion. Donald C, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Charleston, W. Va.; McNeill. James Ronald. Sanford; McRorie, Elizabeth Ann. Charlotte; Mackorell. James T.. Alpha Kappa Psi, Gastonia; Macy. Jacques Berr. Charlotte. Tenth Row: Maddock, Margaret Kemp, Palm Beach, Fla.: Mallory. William M,ason. Suffolk, Va.; Manning. Henry Stancill, Kappa Alpha, Windsor; Marks, Thomas Stanley, Chi Psi, Hudson, Ohio; Marley, Alfred Ray, Jr,. Alpha Tau Omega, Erwin: Marston. Sara Virginia. Sanford. First Row: Martin, Eleanor Jane, Durham; Martin, Frank Edwin, Pi Kappa Alpha, Fayetteville; Martin, George T., Beaufort; Martin, Sophie Myers. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Chapel Hill ; Mason, Charles Clarence, Dillsboro; Mason, John Beard. Delta Sigma Pi, New Bern. StTOjid Bow: Massey, Milton Vines, Waynesville; Mathis, Sybil Xeat, St. Augustine, Fla. ; Matthews. David, WMnston-Salem; Matthews. Robert Graham. Greensboro; Mauney. Walter Ford. Murpliy; May. Benjamin Victor, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Burling- ton. Third Row: Maynard. Edward Lewis. Raleigh; Mayo. John Blount. Jr.. Raleigh; Mehl. Henry Thomas. Me- chanicsburg. Pa.; Meier. Jaequelin Pritchard. Wilmington; Meitzler. Barbara Ann. Kappa Delta, Miami Shores. Fla.; Melton, Jane Gayle, Monroe. Fourth Row: Mendenhall. Edward Emerson, III. Chi Psi, Chapel Hill: Mikeal, Bernice Stanley, Lenoir; Miller, Carolyn May, Kappa Delta, Winston-Salem; Miller, Hal Macon, Kappa Sigma, Raleigh; Miller, Lawrence Gregg, Phi Mu Alpha, Asheville; Miller, Rea Franklin, Jr., Charlotte. Fifth Row: Miller. Tommy Carl, Charlotte: Mills, Josephine Anne. Greenville. S. C. ; Mincey. David L.. St. Anthomj Hall, Charlotte; Minter. John D.. Jr.. Raleigh; Mitchell. Lillian Merle, Hillsboro; Mitchell, Merritt Kellogg, Phi Kappa Sigma. Rye, N. Y. Sixth Row : Moivahon. Joseph James. III. Aiken. S. C. : Mon- roe. John Stewart. Jr.. Sanford: Monroe. William Murchison. Sanford: Moody. James Earl. Clinton; Moore. Linda Carol. Canton ; Moore, Marjorie R„ Kensington, Conn. Seventh Row : Moore, Theodore Carlton, Jr.. Chapel Hill ; Mor- gan. Benjamin Arthur. HI. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Rock Hill. S. C; Morgan. George Lafayette. HI, Theta Chi, Rocky Mount; Morgan, Martha Merle, Trinity; Morris. Abbott Green. Jr.. Phi Gamma Delta, Washington: Morris. Rebecca Dare, Forest City. Eighth Row: Morrison, Don Franklin, Greensboro; Morrison, Robert Lee. Alpha Taxi Omega, Atlanta. Ga.; Morrow. Frances Ann, Alpha Gamnm Delta, Cliapel Hill; Morrow, Sally Ann, Washington, D. C; Morton. Bruce Floyd. High Point; Morton, James Riley. Albemarle. Ninth Row : Moser, Artus Monroe, Jr.. Swannanoa; Moss. Philip Victor, Tau Epsilon Phi. Kew Gardens, N. v.: Mottinger, Walter Theo, HI, Burlington: Monday, Fredericka Louise, Alpha Chi Omega, High Point; Murray. Robert Crocker, Kappa Alpha, Hendersonville; Myers, David Worth, Elkin. Tenth Row: Myers. Harold Gordon. Elkin ; Myse. Robert Newell, Chi Psi, Arlington, Va.; Nakamura. Charles M.. Honolulu, H. I.; Nelms. Donald Ken- wetts. Salisbury ; N ' ewsom. Jane Elizabeth. San Juan, P. R. : Newsome. William Grayson. Jr.. Alpha Chi Sigma, High Point. 179 First Row: Newton. Anne Brooks, Southport; Nichols. Anne. Pi Beta Phi, Cincinnati. Ohio: Nichols. Barbara Ellen. Asheville; Noble. Emily Diana. Greensboro; Noell. Sidney Thomas. Jr., Chapel Hill: Noll. Barry Alan. Charlotte. Second Row : Northcutt. Charles W.. Wadesboro: Norton. Ann Howard. Atlanta. Ga.; Noyes. James H.. Sigmn Phi Epsilon, Lawrenceburg. Ind.; Oakley. Sidney Ray, Butner: Oast, Margaret Lockhart, Delta Delta Delta, Portsmouth. Va.; O ' Connor. Jame- Thomas, Lenoir. Third Row: Oliver. Otis Martin. Alpha Tau Omega, Mt. Airy: ONeal. John Bryant. Chapel Hill; Osborne. Melissa Blanche. Canton : Overman. Thomas Lewis, Kappa Alpha, Salisbun ' : Owens. Mark West. Jr.. Fountain; Paderick. Clifton Waldo. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Kinston. Fourth Row: Page, Barbara Ann, Delta Delta Delta. Jackson- ville. Fla.; Page. Graham Allison. Yanceyville: Palmer. Vates Shuford. Delta Kappa Epxiloti, Valdese; Papazisis. Angeline. Fayetteville: Pap- pendick. Charles Thomas. Pi Kappa Alpha, Roa- noke Rapids: Park, Jane Elizabeth, Orlando, Fla. Fifth Row : Park. Roy H.. Jr.. Ithaca, N. Y.; Parker. David Norfleet, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Pi Kappa Alpha, Raleigh: Parker, James Lee, Enfield: Parker, Mary Gilmour. Raleigh; Parker, Robert Andrew, Sigma Nu, Henderson; Parks, Julia Elizabeth, Clinton, Sixth Row: Parks. Mary Le Grand. Fayetteville; Partin. Don- ald Howard. Hobgood; Partin. Wilson Burton. Jr.. Scotland Neck: Paschal. Frederick Hubert. Dur- ham: Pass. Thomas Owen. Jr.. Roxboro; Patrick. Donald Ray, Greenville. Seventh Row : Pattisall. Richard C, Phi Gamma Delta, St. Paul, Va.: Pearsall, Mack Braswell, Delta Kappa Epsi- lon, Rocky Mount: Pearson, Bruce Gilbert, Delta Vpsilon, Fort Bragg; Pearson, Patricia . nn, Woodbury, N. J.; Peebles. Robert Graham. Jr., Falls Church. Va.; Pemberton, Charles Dudley. Kappa Alpha, Greensboro. Eighth Row: Pendergraft. Thomas Lloyd. Durham; Penny. James Forrest. Jr.. Fuquay Springs; Perdue. Jasper B.. Louisburg; Perrini. Joseph John. Jr.. Queens Village, N, Y.; Perry. James Otha, Fair- mont; Perry, Pamela, Tampa, Fla. Ninth Row: Peterson, Gerald J., Leaksville: Phaup. Jeremiah J.. Asheville; Phillips. Elizabeth Jane. Winston- Salem: Phillips. Roy Thomas. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Kinston; Pierce. Robert James. Jr.. Rocky Point; Pierczynski. John Bishop. Charlotte. Tenth Row: Pietsch. Barbara Shepard. Crozet. Va.; Pipkin. Ashmeod Pringle, Beta Theta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Reidsville; Pittman. Charles W.. Phi Delta Theta, Columbia. S. C; Plunkett. Penelope Louise, Rye, N. Y.: Plyler. Wallace Hinton. Kappa Alpha, Salisbury: Polk. Mary Lindsay, Delta Delta Delta, Franklin, Tenn. 180 First Rote : Pollock. Franklin Deams. Warsaw; Ponton, An- drew Jackson, Pi Kappa Alpha, Warwick, Va. ; Poole, Charles Grey. Ill, Phi Delta Theta, Ra- leigli; Poole. Charles Lee. Sanford; Pope, William Henry, Kappa Alpha, Macon, Ga. ; Porter, William Middleton, Ridgeway, Ont„ Can. Second Row: Powell. Mary Alice. Asheville: Pratali. Carol Winoa. Richmond. Va.; Prevost. William S.. Hazelwood; Proctor, John Sherrill, Jr.. Charlotte; Proctor. Kay Roderick. Chapel Hill; Proescher. Richard Durwood. Raleigh. Third Row: Pullen. Sarah Elizabeth, Parkton: Pulver. Jean- nette Cordelia, Chapel Hill; Purdy, Ronald Hushes, Yardley, Pa.; Purkerson, Johnny Wesley. Raleigh; Quick, Paula Dean, Arlington, Va,; Raab, Teddy Lee, Pi Kappa Phi, Garner. Fourth Row : Ragland. Joe Ray, Kernersville: Rains, Wilson Hill. Chevy Chase. Md. ; Rand, Walter. IH. Alpha Tail Omega, Garner; Rankin. Alvin. Jr.. Mount Holly; Ransdell, Sylvia Nan, Lenoir; Raper, Julius Rowan, III, Phi Eta Sigma, Raleigh. Fifth Row : Roberts. Rosemary. Albertville, Ala.; Robertson, Elizabeth Ritchie, West Orange. N. J.; Robertson. Tate MacEwen, St. Anthony Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.; Robinson, Nan Temple, Delray Beach, Fla. ; Rocco, Richard, East Northport. N. Y.; Rogers, Claude Madison, Mooresville. fiijrth Row: Ray. Herman Edwin. Burlington : Ray. John Charles. Chi Psi, Southern Pines; Ray, Margaret Ellen, Fayetteville; Ray, William Turner. Pi Kappa Phi, Wake Forest. Raymer. Peggy Ann. Statesville; Redden, Alma Lou, Springfield, Mass. Seventh Row: Redding. Max Gerald, Gastonia ; Redhead, Julia Harrell. Delta Delta Delta, Greensboro; Reed, Betty Thomas, Charleston. W. Va.; Reid. Beverley Rippard, Clearwater, Fla,; Reid. Margaret Bea- trice, Raleigh; Reid, Mary Eley, Elizabeth City. Eighth Row: Reynolds. Jasper Andrews, Jr.. Kappa Alpha, Chattanooga. Tenn.; Rhodes. Judith Hope, Wil- mington; Rhodes, Robert Maurice, Lenoir; Rhyne, Fern Elizabeth, Dallas; Rhyne, Richard Gaddy, Morven ; Rich, Allene, Burlington. Ninth Row: Richardson, Helen Jean. Winston-Salem; Rich- ardson. John David. Statesville; Ridout. Con- stance L.. Chapel Hill; Riedl, Paul Francis. Jr.. Greensboro; Ritch. Douglas Lamar. Belmont; Roberts. Eddie Kemp, Delta Sigma Pi, Wendell. Tenth Row: Roper, Fred Wilburn, Hendersonville; Rountree, Frances Ann, Greensboro; Rouse, Randall Key, Raleigh; Rowe, Robert Finley, Alpha Kappa Psi, Lexington; Rowe, Ronald D.. Dunn; Rudy. John Forney, II, Washington, D. C. 181 First Row: Rushforth, Barbara Jane. New Canaan. Conn.; Russell. Paul. Jr.. Bridgeport. W. Va.; Russell. Raymond Wilson. St. Anthoni Hall, Ocean City, N. J.; Sabiston. Frank. Jr., Kinston; Saintsing. Everette Tliomas. Thoniasville; Sale. Harvey A,. Pi Lambda Phi. Rego Park. N. Y. Strimd Fair : . ' ;aleni. Albert McCall, Jr.. Phi Knppa Hignia, Havelock: Sales. Nancy Anne. Murphy. Salley. Alfred Nathaniel. Phi Delta Theta, Asheville: Sanisot. Kathleen, Chi Omega. New Orleans, La,; Sanders. Lewis Drexel. Willow Springs; Sapp. Edwin Greenlaw. Greensboro. Third Row: Sauls, James C. Garner; Sawyer. Jean. Spot; Schenck. Edmund Harrison. Delta Kappo Epsilm}, (xreensboro; Schnell, Frederick John. Pine Bluflf; Schroeder. George N., San Francisco, Calif.: Schultheiss, Gerald Webb. High Point. Fourth Foic: Schwerzel. Arthur Howard. Chi Psi. Summit. N. J.; Scott. George Thomas. Asheville; Scott, .lames Martin. Alpha Phi Omega, Winchester. ' a.; Scott. Jimmy Paul. Alpha Phi Omega, Char- lotte; Scott. Julia Anne. Richmond, Va. ; Scott, Wayne Nelson, Stony Point, Fifth Roic : Sevier, Lesley Ogden, Bainbridge, Ga. ; Shaffer. Lee Philip. Alpha Tan Omega. Pittsburgh. Pa.: Shaffer. Monnie Ray. Greensboro: Sharp. Douglas Wilson. Madison: Sharp. Jane E.. Jacksonville. Kla.: Sharpe. Benny Sandlin, Chi Phi, Beulaville. Sixth Foic: Shaw, Elizabeth Ann. Fairfield. Conn.; Shaw. Elizabeth Anne, Chevy Chase. Md.: Sheets. Charles Dean. Greensboro: Sheffield. Dewey Bain. Jr., Wilson: Shepard. Robert Bowden. Jr.. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Raleigh; Sherrill, Robert Alexan- der. Laurinburg. Seventh Fow : Shore. Carl Isaac. Jr.. Yadkinville; Short. Mary Sue. Charlotte: Shulimson. Bernard Lawrence. Pi Lambda Phi, Asheville: Shutt. Ann Leslie. Winston-Salem; Sikes. Leila Caroline. Delta Delta Delta, Greensboro: Simpson. Leo Franklin. Jr., Alpha Kappa Psi. Morehead City. Eighth Fow: Sims. Arthur Ward. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Orange, Va.: Singletary. Julia Catherine. Wellesley. Mass.; Sitton. Claude Shem. Drexel: Sivianni. Frank Joseph. Long Branch. N. J.: Smathers. Nancy Carole. Phi Mti. Canton: Smith. Beverly Rentz. Reidsville. Xinth Fair: Smith. Billy Marshall. East Rockingham: Smith. Carter Braxton. Signta Alpha Epsilon, Martins- ville. Va.; Smith. Clayton Bernard. Jr.. Kappa Alpha, Elizabethtown : Smith. David Dawley. Phi Kappa Sigma, Adrian. Mich.; Smith. Eleanor Jane. Atlanta. Ga.: Smith, Elizabeth Gentry. I ' niontown, Pa. Tenth Fow: Smith. Jerry Allen, Salisbury: Smith. John Wil- son. Phi Delta Theta, Sylva: Smith. Katherine Adelaide. Alpha Ga nma Delta, Chapel Hill; Smith. Margaret . nne. Monroe: Smith. Michael Fred. Alpha Phi Omega, Belmont; Smith. Nor- man Barrett. Franklin. First Rotv: Smith, Robert Bland, Jr.. Kappa Sigma, Edenton; Smith, Thomas William Overton. New Bern; Smith. Wade Marvin, Pi Kappa Alpha, Albemarle; Smithson. . lva P.. Creswell; Smoot. Marvin LeRoi. III. Goldsboro: Solenberser. Helen Metz. Winchester. ' a. Second Row : Solomon. Allan Frank. Pi Lambda Phi, Conway. S. C; Spader. Allan David. Alpha Phi Omega, Vienna. W. Va.; Spain. Jack, Jr.. Phi Eta Sigma. Phi Gamma Delta. Greenville; Sparger. Jim Massey, Kappa Sigma, Mt. Airy ; Spencer, Paula Jo, Richwood, W. Va. : Spencer, Robert Donald. Delta Signia Pi. Chapel Hill. Third Row: Spivey. Connie Bradley. Wilson ; Sproles, Charles Ben. Spruce Pine; Stamps. Jo Ella. Yanceyville: Stanley. Bertha Lee. Carthage; Stanley. Toby. Greensboro: Stanton. Patricia Anne. Virginia Beach, Va. Fourth Row : Stanton. Robert Mytinger. Sigma Chi, Ports- mouth. Va. ; Stassinos. Evagelos Stavros. Char- lotte; Stassinos, James O.. Charlotte; Steele. Hobart T., Jr.. Burlington; Steele, Lynn Cam eron, Hudson, Ohio; Steele, Richard E„ Phi Kappa Sigma. Charlotte. Fifth Row : Stein. Ellen H., Hempstead, N. Y,; Stem, William Converse. Alpha Epsiloii Delta. Phi Delta Theta. Chattanooga. Tenn.; Stephenson. Shelby Dean. Ben.son; Stierhoff. Harold Frederick. Chapel Hill: Stockton. Beverly Jean, Alpha Delta Pi. Franklin ; Stoner. Paul Glenn, Beta Theta Pi. Lexington. Sixth Row : Straehley. Diane Josephine, Daytona Beach, Fla,: Strang, Sandra Lee, Herndon. Va.; Strickland. James Ralph. Jr.. Middlesex: Stroupe, Benny Franklin. Greensboro: Stuber. Janet Norma. Vonkers. N. V.; Styers. Carl Kenneth. Gastonia. Seventh Roic : Sullivan. D. Jerome. Phi Mu Alpha. Wiln ingto Summers. Ann Whitfield. Durham ; Summer.son. Sue Mead, . bingdon. Va.; Sutorius. Les S.. Phi Kappa Sigma, Chapel Hill; Sutton. Janice Lynn. Fayetteville; Taber. George Lindley. Glen Saint Mary, Fla. Eighth Row: Taylor, John Thomas, Alpha Kappa Psi, Char lotte; Terry, Lillian Anne, Rockingham; Thomas, James Norman, Phi Gamma Delta, Cherrj- Point; Thomp.son. Frances Ricks. Atlanta. Ga.; Thomp- .son. Harold Wayne. Jr.. Aiken. S. C; Thompson. James Sherwood, Lambda Chi Alpha, Oceana. Va. MnthRow: Thompson. Melvin Gerald. Elkin; Thompson. Tarlton Roberts, Jr.. Aurora: Thompson. William Michael. Jr.. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Ridgewood. N. J.: Tiedeman. Katrina Crapon. Wilmington; Timberlake, Julius Poindexter, Louisburg; Todd, Dabney Wiflston. New Canaan, Conn. Tenth Row: Todd. Edward Eugene. lU. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Winston-Salem; Todd. Mary Eleanor, Charlotte; Torrey, Anne Odell, Washington, D. C; Tram- mell. Diane Montgomery. Charlotte; Trollinger. Harold Warren. Pi Kappa Alpha, Burlington; Trondsen. Ludwig Eugene. Wilmington. msB First Rmv: Trotman. Sandra Jean. Pi Beta Phi. West Orange. . J.; Troutnian, Howard Preston, Lenoir; Tuck, Noel Barlow, Jr., Henderson: Turlington, Wade Robert, Jaclvsonville; Turner. Anthony Garland, Rocky Mount. Secoini Row : Turner. Nancy Anne. Bristol. Va.; Twisdale. Louie Jane, Smithfleld; Tyson, Oscar Lee, Jr.. Wilson; Tyson. William Wesley, Charlotte; Tysor, Edna Rexford, Burlington. Th ird Row : I ' nderwood, William E„ Jr.. Sigma Chi, Charlotte; ' anoe. Samuel Franklin. HL Kernersville; Van- dersleen. Anke. Upper Montclair. N. J.; Vann. Virginia Lee. Dunn; Van Wagenen, Elizabeth ' ass, Salisbury. Fourth Row: Vaughn. Gary Ellis. Durham; Venters, Wayne Burnette. Phi Gamma Delta, Jacksonville; Verner, Marion Caldwell. Brevard; Vincent. Malvern Fit2- hugh. Roanoke Rapids: Vinnik. Donald Harvey, Tau Epsiton Phi, Raleigh. Fifth Row: Waldman. Imogen W.. Kappa Delta. Charlottes- ville. Va.: Waldo. Gordon Payne. Hope Mills; Walker. Carl Lane. Jr.. Whitnel; Wallace. Bar- bara Coleman. Summit. N. J.: Wallace. Jean Andrea. Longmeadow, Mass. fixth Row: Wallace, John Arthur, Jr., Smithfleld; Walston, Lena , nn, Walstonburg; Walters, Janie Frances, (ireensboro: Walton, Frances Crane, Washington, D. C; Ward. David Cook. Mt. Airy. Seventh Row: Ward, Jesse David, Jr., Westfleld, N. J.; Ward. Katharine Davidson. Lyells. Va.; Ward. Manin Elwood, Phi Gamma Delta. Battleboro; Warren, Eli Anderson, Phi Gaynma Delta. Robersonville; Weaver, Mary Ann, Hampton, Va. Eighth Row: Weaver. Pearce Roberts, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Asheville; Webb. Charles Aurelius. Delta Kappa Epxiloti. Asheville: Webster. David Wesley. Gra- ham; Weiler. Robert Kenneth. Sigma Nit, Chapel Hill ; Wellons. Martha Edmundson. Charlotte. Ninth Row : Wells, James Barden. Alpha Phi Omega. Burgaw; Wells. Robert GNeil. Jacksonville; Wells. Ruth, Watha; Wendt. Carol Dorsay. Mt. Kisco. N. Y.; Wetzel. Mary Lee. Kirkwood. Mo. Tenth Row: Whisnant. Sondra Lynn. Lawndale; White. Don- ald Robert. Weaverville: White. James Battey. Alpha Kappa Psi. Pineville; White. Perry Mack. Lambda Chi Alpha, Spindale; White. Thomas Livingston. Jr.. Lumberton. 184 wmi First Row: Wliitelmrst, Jenny Lee. Bethel; Whitehurst. Ken- netli N., Jr., Sigma Phi Epsilon. Back Bay. Va.; WhittleUl, Charles Lyne. Atlanta. Ga.; Whiting. Jean Laurie. Nutley. N. J.; Whitley, Billie Har- old. KniRhtdale. Second Row : Whitley. Charlie Thomas. Murf reesboro ; Whitley, .lohn Bryan. Lnmhdn Chi Alpha. Thomasville; Whitley. Martha Elizabeth, Kappa Delta, Hickory; Whittle, Amberys Rayvon, Burlington ; Wible, David Charles. Pi Kappa Alpha, Greensboro. Third Row: Wigffins. Nell Elizabeth. Rocky Mount; Wilcox, Cindy Ann. Kappa Alpha Theta, Council Bluffs, Iowa; Wiley, Molly Jane. Acme; Williams. Dal Joseph. Elizabeth City; Williams, James Lewis, Durham. Fourth Row: Williams, James Lynch, Beta Theta Pi, Asheville; Williams, Larry Howard. Four Oaks; Williams, Zane Grey. Wallace; Wilson. Charles Edward. Beta Theta Pi, Asheville; Wilson. Gabriella Palmer. Charleston, S. C. Fifth Row: Wilson. John Daniel. Montreat; Wilson. Laurence Glenn, Alpha Kappa Psi, Mount Olive; Wilson, Mark King. IH, Pi Kappa Alpha, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Wilson, Patricia Rogerson, Louisburg; Windley, Heber Wilkinson, Jr., Washington. Sixth Row: Winget. Mary Eleanor. Arlington. Va. ; Wise, Larry Anthony, Asheville; Wolfer, Frederic Fane, Jr., Pi Kappa Phi, Portland. Ore.; Womack, James Horton, Charlotte; Wood, Bobby Steve. Sanford. . ei enth Row: Wood. Jerry F., Four Oaks; Wood. Sue Ann, Smithfleld; Woodall, Edward Marshall, Angler; Woodard, James William, Kenly; Woodbury, Edgar Christenson, Alpha Chi Sigma, Raleigh. Eighth Row: Woodward, Betty, Alpha Delta Pi, Fredericks- burg. Va.; Woody, Steve Walter. Waynesville; W(ir]lar(I, Virginia, Pi ' Beta Phi, Emporia. Va.; Wuninoff. Linda Mary, West Hartford. Conn.; Wriglit. Janie Henderson, Chi Omega, Knoxville, Tenn. Mnth Row: Vates. Don Victor. Lexington; Young. Lida Voigt, Chi Omega, Atlanta, Ga.; Voung. Michael Arthur. Greensboro; Young, Ronald Douglas, Spencer; Young, Wayne Bennett. Mooresville. Tenth Row : Zanibetti. Vicki. Jacksonville. Fla.; Zeiller. Don- ald Richard, Manhasset, N. Y. ; Zemon, Jacob Harold, Pi Lambda Phi, Williamston; Zimmer- man. Joanne Kay, Wilmington. 185 " Okay, straight ahead now. It ' ll be on the left; just look for a service station made out of rock. " And the conversation takes on a little more meaning your junior year, even if South Building in the background seems to have your diploma firmly in its clutches. " It ' s a good thing I came along, or you would have slept all afternoon! " SORORITIES f i DIANA JOHNSON President PANHELLENIC COUNCIL The Panhellenic Council is composed of the Panhellenic advisor, Martha DeBerry, and the President, Rush Chairman, and Panhellenic representative from each of the seven UNC sororities. The purpose of this organization is to establish under- standing and cooperation among the various sororities. By discussing and reaching decisions regarding prob- lems of sorority life, Panhellenic is able to set standards that are mutual for all groups. The Council also draws up and enforces the sorority rushing policies at Caro- lina. During the year, Panhellenic participates in various service projects, both in the town of Chapel Hill and on the UNC campus. In addition, they take part in activities sponsored by other Panhellenic groups from nearby schools and towns. Seated: Sophie Martin, Mary Ann Keith, Suzanne Ross, Vice-President; Diana Johnson, President; Toy Johnson, Treasurer; Ann Smith, Secretary; Martha Wilkinson. Standing, first row: Barbara Thomas, Lew White. Ka Smith. Louise Crumbley. Jan Cobbs, Charlotte Pope, Edna Fay Pugh, Betty Root, Nancy Adams. Seco7id Row: Phyllis Wall, Ann Selph, Julie Elden, Martha DeBerry, advisor; Lillian Shannonhouse. Merrie Evans. Sally Armfield. 188 MARCIA WELLS President STRAY GREEKS The Stray Greek Organization is composed of sorority girls whose chapter is not repre- sented on this campus. Its aim is to provide a social outlet for its members, and to preserve the bonds of unity and sister- hood in sorority life. This group was founded in 1944 under the leadership of Twig Branch. It has gained more and more recognition on campus since then, and its membership is now twenty. This year the Stray Greeks handled the Panhellenic Post Office during sorority rush week, and each member served as a Panhellenic Ad- visor in her own dormitory. The Stray Greeks also took part in the Woman ' s Athletic program, service projects, and social events. OLMSTEAD SANDIDGE SOJOURNER SMATHERS WELLS WILCOX YOUNG 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. ALPHA DELTA ADAMS ARNOLD ALLSBROOK CARLAN CHANDLER DANCE Secretary DAVIS Treasxirer DEVIN GARD GREENFIELD HARVEY IRVING JOHNSON JONES Vice-President McLAMB MacLEOD NICHOLS PADEN PUGH RUCKER SIMMONS SMITH STOCKTON THOMAS President WEATHERS WHITE WHITEHURST WOODWARD " And then he said " Dolls and dolls " PLEDGE CLASS First Row: Costner, Esval, Hudson, Sutton, McGowan, Grumpier, Reid. Second Row: Honey, Holtzclaw, Rich, Foy, Harris, Baker, Martin, Guercio. Third Row: King, Wiley, Johns, Rushforth, Wilson, Howell, Williams, Greenfield, Parks, Little. BARBARA THOMAS President " Moving wishing well snares 25 wonderful pledges . . . Polly " looks " this crowd over good . . . Eunice, Diana and Sarah — " sportsfans " . . . Giggling Carlan takes a poll . . . Smith cheers for scholar- ship . . . Alyce backfires in her Chevy . . . Devin likes little cars . . . " Busy, Pugh? " . . . Laurie: " Y ' all try to keep it down " . . . Jimmie spreads U.D. . . . Adams plans a party . . . Betsy migrates to the Y . . . Paden dates " Cosherdille " . . . Davis changes school interest but not frat . . . Nichols talks about Blowing Rock . . . Sandy: " Guess whut! " . . . Allsbrook gets her eye stuck . . . Jane paints while " Weathervane " Weathers plays . . . Peggy gets mail . . . Day student Do-reen, more active than ever . . . Harvey legislates . . . Barbara leads the madhouse and still has time for Vander- bilt . . . Greatest year, and Mrs. MacDonald, sweeter than ever. 191 Alpha Gamma Delta was founded nationally in 1904 at Syracuse University and chartered at the University 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 Quarterly. IW ALPHA GAMMA DELTA ADKINS CARTER CRANE DAVIS DICKERSON DODD DONNELLY FARNHAM Secretary FISHER JACKSON JOHNSON KNOX LEA MORROW PALMER PERRY POLLARD SCHATKEN SMITH, K. SMITH, A. B. STANFORD Treasurer SWEENEY TAYLOR WALL, P. S. Vice-President WALL, P. B. President ZEH 192 ■ ' . . . but I ' ve got a quiz tomorrow " Look, Ma. what I ' ve learned in college! ' PHYLLIS WALL President ELLEN CHURCHILL Pledge President REMODELED HOUSE — RUSH!!! 28 pledges claiming Alpha Gam Island . . . Diana pitching songs too high? Kay " everybody downstairs in 5 minutes " . . . Phj ' llis definitely in the " new addi- tion " . . . Christie and Lee painting their room (and themselves) . Social life stops with Doris flicking lights . . . Cathy and Margaret Ann in suspense of who ' ll be " lucky girl " at serenade window? Nancy D. a June bride-to-be . . . can anyone remember when Betty and Sandi didn ' t have a date??? Gail ' s afternoon date introductions . . . " Smitty " intoxicated on cough syrup? Nancy S. " Life is so futile " . . . Ann and Jeanette fighting Chem labs . . . Carolyn and Pat with " mathematical $ ' c @$ ' r ' c brains " . . . Sue, Nancy and TV (late shows?) . . . Betty Kaye ' s " on the go " . . . When is Paddy moving her bed to G.M.? THESE SORORITY DAYS WE ' LL NEVER FORGET!! PLEDGE CLASS First Row: Glavin, Vandersleen, Torrey, Morgan, Reed, Rakestraw, Homeyer, Hardin, Straehley. Second Row: Gibson, Beard, Singletary, Davidson, Robertson, Weaver, Crowson, Dono, Todd, Phillips. Third Row: Kaden, Churchill, Jester, Ware, Doggett, M. Hawley, B. Hawley, Haithcock, Farris, Parks. 193 CHI OMEGA Chi Omega was founded nationally in 1895 at the University of Arkansas and chartered at the University of North Carolina January 20, 1923. Her colors are cardinal and straw and her flower is the white carna- tion. The publication of Chi Omega is The Eleuses. when you brush your teeth with Pepsodent " Learn that pledge history, gals! LEW WHITE President PLEDGE CLASS First Row: Plunkett, Stutts, McDonald, Daniel, Duke. Second Row: Robinson, Wetzel, Smith, Roundtree, Bowles, Cordon, Elder, Allen. Third Row: Covington, Jackson, Fulenwider, Bard- well. Calhoun, Dickerson, Brady, Johnson. JESSIE ALLEN Pledge President 194 Symphony: first rehearsal in September with Sallie as conductor and forty members in on the session. The result — twenty-three top pledges and plenty of harmony. As the year progressed Lew directed, Ess trained the ingenues, and Walkie kept track of the notes. Martha kept us in the black while Doug kept us studying the score. We took intermission for fraternity parties, pledge week- end, and side trips. But our girls found time to make music with student government, YWCA, WAA, and other combos. Kack and the Circle kept our singing on key while Brink and Dee Dee made us bop. A pretty girl is like a melody, and our Yack beauties proved it. Graduation — and so ends the Carolina concert. ANTHONY ARMFIELD BAKER BRINKLEY BRUNER CHAPIN, C. CHAPIN, R. CHEATHAM CRUMPLER CUNNINGHAM DeARMON DeVERE EELLS GRICE HAFER HOBBS HOLSWADE HOPKINS HUSKE JENKINS KEITH KELLAM Vice-President LEE MARTIN MERRY MINNICH MOORE ROBERTS SAMSOT STARLING WADE WALKER Secretary WARD WATKINS WHEELER Treasurer WHITE President WRIGHT YOUNG 195 DELTA DELTA DELTA Upper: Under the spreading Sugarplum tree the village Deltas stand. Lower: Let us take you for a ride! Delta Delta Delta was founded nationally in 1889 at Boston University, and was chartered at the University 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. ANNE SELPH President PLEDGE CLASS First Row: Atkinson, Wellons, Newsome, Tayloe, Getling. Second Row: Gregory, Barnes, Norton, Currie, Brown. Third Row: Britton, Evans, Rhem, Kennedy, Woolen, Zeigler, Miller. Fourth Row: Aubrey, Durham, Elmore, Dwelle, Spivey, Walters. _— ML NANCY AUBREY Pledge President 196 BASNIGHT BONNER BURCH BULL CARPENTER CRUTCHFIELD DONISTHORPE DOWDY FORSYTH FOWLER GLUYAS GRAHAM HARTZOG Vice-President HEDRICK HUSSMAN JOSEY KING MARTIN NEWMAN OAST PAGE, B. A, PAGE, P. A. POLK PROCTOR Secretary REDHEAD RICE RIDGEWAY ROBINSON ROSS SELPH President SIKES STEWART SYER TIESLAU TUGGLE WAGNER WRENN T ' was the Night Before . . . and Susan and Kay were snug in their beds, Whilst Barbara ' s laughter rang in their heads; Dottie and Carol combed their hair, And Bee flitted around, without care. Hartzog in robe and Katie in wrap, Had just settled their books, no hope of a nap. Leslie and Joan were picking the lock To see what goodies were in stock. When out on the fire escape there arose such a clatter, Cecile ' s and Sally ' s teeth did chatter; What to wondering eyes should appear. But Cherry Bomb in can of beer! 197 KAPPA DELTA Kappa Delta was founded nationally in 1897 at Longwood College, Farmville, Vir- ginia, and chartered at the University of North Carolina on May 22, 1951. Her colors are green and white and her flower is the white rose. The publication of Kappa Delta is The Angelas. JULIE ELDEN President MELISSA OSBORNE Pledge President Upper: " . . . Enclosed, Bill, is a picture of our sorority house. " Lower: Us and other parade enthusiasts. PLEDGE CLAS S First Row: Pietsch, Dancy, Osborne, Moore, Barreras, Harding. Second Row: Scott, Walston, Brady, Hunter, Gardner, Hamme, Roberts. Third Row: Faires, Whiting, Robinson, Smiley, Hannah, Baker, Bradford. 198 ARMSTRONG BASS BROCK Vice-President CAMPBELL COURTNEY Secretary CRUMBLEY DAVIS Treasurer DURHAM ELDEN President GREEN HAILE HEATON HOWARD HURST JOHNSON LEONARD MEITZLER MILLER, B. MILLER, N. POTTER SNYDER STRAIT THOMPSON TURNER WALDMAN Pledges galore! Our best year yet with Julie lead- ing the motley crew . . . Lynn L. being ever faith- ful to the Zete brothers . . . " Moose " in her red fireman ' s hat . . . Jane ' s " sweetest boy in the world " . . . Armstrong ' s " you guys, it ' s pitiful! " . . . Char- lene, our BWOC . . . Nobody knows how we got the scholarship cup, twice already! Merf and her Raleigh trips . . . Sally, the " Toad " . . . Money bags Mailly, Happy ' s Cherry Point snowman . . . Ruth, Mother Hen . . . Mrs. Graham — what would we do without her? KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Kappa Kappa Gamma was founded nationally at Monmouth College, Monmouth, Illi- nois in 1870. Epsilon Gamma Chapter was colonized at the University of North Carolina in February, 1958 and nationally installed November 8, 1958. Her colors are dark blue and light blue and her flower, the fleur-de-lis. The Kappa Kappa Gamma publication is The Key. ABERNETHY ADAMS BONNER COBBS President COHEN DALEY DANNENBAUM DEIFELL FREEMAN FUNAI GRUBB HAMER HURT Secretary JOHNSON Vice-President LYON MARTIN McGEE MERCHANT POPE RICHARDSON TUNNELL VINCENT WHITTEMORE JAN COBBS President Upper: " This girdle is killing me! changes made! Lower: There ' s been some JUDY BROTT Pledge President A tremendous rush . . . and suddenly 28 became 58, all full of enthusiasm to make KKG ' s baby chapter THE GREATEST! " Hey, you guys, let ' s put on some steam! " became the cry as we all got the carpenter urge and decided we just HAD to be in the house by second semester. But who can forget the " Little House " and chapter meetings " sardine-style? " Judy adds Homecoming to trophy case . . . Yack and other beauties . . . those hours spent on the Beat Dook float . . . memories we ' ll carry away. PLEDGE CLASS Seated: Sink, Coe, Herman, Brott, Shepard, Sullivan, Sevier, McCormick, and Womack. Stand- ing: Harris, Lucas, Harris, Finch, Bayles, Tiedman, Lipscomb, Reed, Fleming, Hunt, Park. Crews, Sellers, Laughlin, Footh, Hawkins, Beech, and Bunn. M ' -i rtr ' 7-h J Xi- Pi Beta Phi was founded nationally in 1867 at Monmouth College, Monmouth, Illi- nois, 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. ADAMS WOOLARD WILKERSON WARDER VAUGHT Vice-President TROTMAN STRICKLAND SCOTT SAUNDERS ROOT President PEARCE NICHOLS MACK LONG KINGSLEY KAYLOR HATCHETT Treasurer GREGORY, S. GREGORY, L. GREEN DUNCAN DAVIS Secretary CONNELL BROOKS BASS BAKER 202 BETTY ROOT President Upper; " Pass — and to heck with that quiz! " Lower: " Who said I was on a diet? " Twenty-eight new pledges and Hillsboro St. re- sounds with . . . " Take me to your leader " . . . Homecoming display first again . . . Likewise skit for picnic . . . long distance love — McAuley, McCauley and Hatchett, Inc. . . . Mary Will founds the Mau Mau Club . . . Best wishes to our married sisters . . . Jane and Mop . . . Lassiter " mickey mouses " on third floor . . . Gregory communicates with the spirits after midnight . . . Strickland stays loyal to KA . . . Pearce stars in Kenan, on field and off . . . Betty leads us through . . . smiles and tears ... all blending ... a Pi Phi Symphony. PLEDGE CLASS First Row: Litton, Howell, Bailey, Johnson. Second Row: Hanner, Russell, Cook, Boortz, Wallace, Carruthers, Stikeleather. Third Row: Quick, Snyder, Hassenger, Pullen, Thompson, Wood, Leach. Fourth Row: Hero, Del Greco, Wilson, Smith, Grimes, Turner, Summerson, Grant. CAROL CARRUTHERS Pledge President 204 f ; ;,| Ot en i RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES 1 i: -x ir 4 . BILL SUGG President YOUNG CHRISTIAN The University YMCA is a non-denominational, lay movement of students, faculty, and friends, which seeks to put into living the principles of the Christian faith. This is done through the media of service, worship, study, and action. Ninety-eight years on the Carolina campus makes this Association one of the oldest student YMCA ' s in the world. Throughout its history the YMCA has had voluntary membership and is open to all on the basis of interest, without regard to creed, race, doctrine, or church affiliation. CABINET Seated: Thai Elliott, Ben Taylor, Jack Raper, Bill Sugg, Ed Crow, Parker Hodges, Dave Dansby, Randy Sheldon. Standing: Claude C. Shotts, Don Herring, Bob Matthews, Jim Talley, John Casparis, Jim Jordan, Dave Turnbull, Dee Donroe. 206 MEN ' S ASSOCIATION At the heart of the movement is the objective: to accept a student where he is and give him the opportunity to grow as an individual in Christian dedication and effectiveness. Through its varied areas of programming, the YMCA serves to meet this objective. The program areas include Interna- tional Relations and United Nations, Student Di- rectory, Y-Nite, Freshman Camp, a weekly tele- vision show, Human Relations, Carolina Handbook, European Seminars, study groups, and many more. The YMCA serves to meet the needs and con- cerns of the students; and this enables it to retain a dynamic, changing program. A YMCA television production EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Seated: Jack Raper, Thai Elliott, Randy Sheldon. Standhig. Bill Sugg, Ed Crow, Parker Hodges. 207 YOUNG CHRISTIAN EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Dee Dee DeVere, President; Betty Kaye Johnson, Program Chairman; Nancy Grubb, Vice-President; Sophie Martin. Membership Chairman; Bee Newman, Treasurer; Anne Selph, Secretary. DEE DEE DeVERE President MEMBERSHIP COUNCIL Seated: Celeste Weathers, Fran Merry, Sophie Martin (Chairman), Sarah Adams. Standing: Mary Bahnsen, Bunicy Jester, Judy Brott, Barbara Lewis, Edna Tysor, Eleanor Todd. WOMEN ' S ASSOCIATION The Young Women ' s Christian Association is a fellowship of women students who desire to discover for themselves the highest ideas of Christian living and service. With this purpose in mind, the Carolina YWCA, a part of the National and World YWCA, functions as a non- denominational Student Christian movement. The membership is open to all coeds. Six executive officers and twenty-two committee chaimen comprise the cabinet. The program is initiated and carried out by the students according to their needs and interests. The various activities provide an opportunity for every woman to realize a fuller and more creative life by serv- ing and working with others. Some of the program areas which include this purpose are the TV program Dimen- sions, United Nations Seminars, Community Work, and " Y " Night. UN display draws interested spectators. YWCA CABINET First Row: Bonnie Richardson, Betty Kaye Johnson, Sophie Martin, Anne Selph, Dee Dee DeVere, Nancy Grubb, Bee Newman, Jane Davis. Secoiid Row: Carol Josey, Susanne Mosteller, Boots Baker, Jean Sutherland, Doug Kellam, Kay McGavran, Clara Mack, Ess Bruner, Jane Walker. Third Row: Betsy May, Peggy Whitehurst, Louise Crumbley, Susan Purser, Martha Turner, Lucy Posgate, Pappy Churchill, Nan Robinson. CANTERBURY CLUB When Canterbury Club members returned to the University last fall, they found that the new wing of the Chapel of the Cross was completed and ready for use. It did not take the students long to find the office of the Chaplain, the Rev. Robert Insko, and then explore the rest of the new building, which includes the student lounge, library, and many new class- rooms. The slate of outstanding speakers, including Bill McGovern, Kay Kyser, and Paul Green, assured Canterbury Club of a most successful year. The pro- duction of the religious drama " The Sign of Jonah " and the presentation of the Feast of Lights were other highlights of the year. This is the Canterbury Club as Episcopal students know it — the organization within the student congregation that aims toward a closer relation with God through Christian fellowship, wor- ship, service, and study. JACK MITCHELL President This year ' s officers are Jack Mitchell, President; Angus Duff, Vice-President; Nan Robinson, Secre- tary; Penny Boone, Treasurer. Members enjoy interesting topic beina discussed. 210 First Row: Wilber Boykin, Toy Johnson, Denton Lotz, Jim Cansler. Second Row; Mai ' y Frances Collins, Elaine Curtis, Barbara Bush, Paddy Wall, Erwin Fuller. Third Row: Jerry McDaniel, Willis Whitehead. Dan Brown, Shirley Hamrick, Bob Fugate, Janie Dennis, John Killian. THE BAPTIST STUDENT UNION Although the Baptist Student Union links the campus with the church, it does more than this. It is the school and proving grounds for our Christian Faith — the instrument through which we are confronted with the Christ of the Gospels in the twentieth century and His relevance to our lives. Through varied programs of worship, study, service, and recreation we are made aware of our vocation as students and the implications of our Faith for all the world. Students relax at the center on Rosemary Street. DENTON LOTZ President 211 NEWMAN CLUB Newman Club membei,-. nu-tt in the bd tniLnt f the L ' hurch for breakfast and social hour on Sunday mornings. TATE ROBERTSON President The Newman Club is a nationally federated organization whose basic purpose is to " deep- en the spiritual, intellectual, and social in- terests of Catholic students. " The meetings are held on the first and third Sundays of the month in the newly erected St. Thomas Acquainus Chapel. During the school year, Communion Breakfasts are held from time to time. The officers for the year are Tate M. Robert- son, President; Patricia A. Heeden, Vice- President; and Sandra J. Regenie, Secretary- Treasurer. 212 HILLEL FOUNDATION The B ' nai B ' rith Hillel Foundation is the organiza- tion through which the American Jewish com- munity seeks to establish liaison between the Jew- ish student and the historical Jewish heritage. Established on either full-time or part-time basis on two hundred American campuses, Hillel is de- signed to provide the Jewish student with ade- quate and accurate knowledge of all aspects of Jewish life. In order to achieve that goal, Hillel, through the leadership of the Director and the Student Council, plans forms of activity in the realm of worship, cultural and social activity , and any other form of program that can meet the basic needs of the Jewish student. In addition, Hillel cooperates with other campus organizations in whatever way can prove constructive and desir- able. Finally, Hillel considers that it functions not only for the undergraduate student, but for the graduate and the Jewish Faculty as well. In short, the B ' nai B ' rith Hillel Foundation serves as a comprehensive " Jewish Community Center " on campus. Gary Balkind, President; Ben Levy, Treasurer; Bob Scott, Secretary; Arthur Sandman, Vice- President. Seated: Bob Scott, Arthur Sandman, Judy Rosenzweig, Gary Balkind, Susie Bernstein, Barry Adler, Andy Miller. Standing: Morton Grosswald, Steve Gershenson, Rabbi Rosenzweig, Ben Levy. Tom Blumenfeld. LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION The Lutheran Student Association of America exists as a movement of students concerned with the devlop- ment and expression of their faith. LSA members at Carolina seek through its program to gain a deeper understanding of their Christian faith and its relevance to life. Lutheran Student Association members meet every Sunday night for supper, worship, and a program, usually featuring a speaker, panel, or group discussion. Several study groups are also sponsored during the year. Exchange meetings with nearby schools are held frequently, and members participate in LSA state, regional, and national conferences. Officers are Susanne Mosteller, president; James Kinney, vice-president; Charles Jarrett, secretary; and Ray Yount, treasurer. Committee chaimen are Marvin Bargle, Jim Reynolds, Leonard Carpenter, Charles Sowers, Lawrence Lohr, Eddie Faires, Agnes Bell, John Wise, Shirley Cloninger, and Bill McCuUough. Law- rence Lohr serves as North Carolina area president and Susanne Mosteller as secretary of the Southeastern region. SUSANNE MOSTELLER President A fine representation of our Lutheran Student Association. OFFICERS John Casparis, Vice-President; Sue Gregory, Secretary; Krishna Murthy. Treasurer. NOLA HATTEN President COSMOPOLITAN CLUB The Cosmopolitan Club is a group open to all foreign and American students, faculty, and towns- people. The meetings provide an opportunity to get together socially and to exchange the cultural ideas of the thirty different countries represented in the Club. Group participation in many programs within the group help promote mutual understand- ing and friendship among the members. The regular meetings consist of a social hour and programs given by the members about their coun- tries and programs used as an introduction of foreign students into the U.S.A. The Club ' s big events of the year are its International Dinner and International Open House in which the food, songs and dancing presented from the many areas of the world are provided by the membership. As a means of providing the opportunity for leadership among the foreign students, the slate of officers are changed each semester. Dr. A. C. Howell is our advisor. Members relax in the YMCA lounge before a meeting. c IIMJ2AHT znaj: iL " m uuoMlJL 4eAxhM. ujjsL %• Si.m TABLE OF CONTENTS HONORARIES . 259 PROFESSIONALS 275 218 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Class activities and projects reach their peak in the senior year at U.N.C. The activities of the class of 1959 were placed in three general categories: gift, alumni, and social. Traditionally, each year ' s graduating class presents a useful contribution to the school as a token of remem- brance from the class. The gift presentation will take place at the Commencement ceremonies. During the spring, the class was organized for its role as a unit in the General Alumni Association. Miss Alumna and Mr. Alumnus were elected by the class and will act as its permanent alumni officers. The social activities reached their peak during Senior Week which was held during the first part of May. JEFF HARE President Left to Right: John Whitaker, Treasurer; Sarah Arnold, Social Chairman; Betty Root. Secretary; Hamp Lefler, Vice-President. ABERNETHY, BRYTE BAKER A.B. IN EDUCATION. Knppa Kappa Gni President (3); Univeisitv Party (3, 4); (3. i). ABERNETHY, WILLIAM RANDOLPH B.S. IN MATHE IATICS. Chi Phi. Chapel Hill mn; Town Girls ' Association. Women ' s Residence Council Hickory ADAMS, NANCY ANN Miami, Flo. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Bcin Phi: Angel Flight (3); Panhellenic Council (4); Student NEA (3); University Party (3. 4); Women ' s Honor Coun- cil (3. i). Chairman (4); Y.W.C.A. (8, 4). ADAMS, PATRICIA ANN Willow Springs A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Delta Pi; Carolina Symposium; Orienta tion Counselor; University Party; Y.W.C.A. ADAMS, ROBERT TAYLOR Alexandria, Va. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Canterbury Club (1. 2. 3. 4) ; University Club (3. 4» ; VM.C.A. (3). ADAMS, SARAH RANDOLPH Kingsport, Tenn. A.B. IN HISTORY. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Daily Tar Heel (4); Orienta tion Counselor (3i; University Party (4); Y.W.C.A. (4). ADCOCK, WILLIAM OLIN, JR. Knoxville, Tenn. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Eta Sigma; Cross Country (11 ; Wrestling (2). ADKINS, MARGARET ANN Alpha Gan Charlotte Delta; Wesley Foundation 13. 4): ALBRECHT, JOHN HOWARD Chapel Hill B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Baptist Student Union (I, 2, 3. 4). ALEXANDER, JOHN THOMAS, JR. Stotesville B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Kappa Alpha. Treasurer (3, 11; Baptist Student Union (1. 2. 3); IDC; Scabbard and Blade ( t) ; University Party (11; Y.M.C.A, (1, 2. 3, 4). ALEXANDER, ROBERT L. Chapel Hill B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappn Psi. ALFORD, JAMES DAVID Zebulon A.B. IN HISTORY. Baptist Student Union (1, 2) ; Y.D.C. (1); Y ' .M.C.A. ALFORD, JIM WAYNE Durha B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Sigma Chi; Campus Chest (1); Canterbury Club (1. 2, 3. 4); Dialectic Senate (1); Orientation Com niittee (I); Student Government II, 2, 31; Student Legislature (1. 21; University Party (1. 2. 3. 41. ALLEGOOD, CARLTON WARD Wilmington A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Kappa Alpha; Orientation Counselor (2) ; Swimming (1. 21 : University Party; Y.D.C. (2) ; V.M.C.A. (2. 3, 4). ALLSBROOK, MARY ANN Johnson City, Tenn, A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Delta Pi; Student NEA (4); University Club 13, 4); Uni ersity Party (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). ALSTON, ALLENE TAYLOR Littleton A.B. IN ART. G.M.A.B. (3, 4); Student NEA (3, 4): Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). ANDERSON, ARTHUR REGINALD A.B. IN ART. , ' f »i a, 1(1 Hue (3. 4). ANDERSON, EVA OAKLEY A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chapel Hill ANDERSON, STELLA WILLIAMS West Jefferson A,B. IN RADIO. TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Carolina Playmakers (4); WUNCTV (3, 4); Y.D.C. (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). ANDREWS, JAMES ADDISON, JR. A.B. IN rdLnUAI. SCIENCE. Y.D.C. (3. 4). ANTHONY, KATHERINE WILLIAMS A.B. IN EDUCATION, Chi Omerin. Durham Gastonia ARBOGAST, VIRGINIA LEE Asheville B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Carolina Women ' s Council (41 ; Dormitory Treasurer (4); Westminster Fellowship (3, 4); W.A.A. (3, 41; Tennis Club (4); WUNC (3, 4). AREY, TONY JOSEPHUS A,B, IN EDUCATION. AFROTC (1 mand; Track (1, 2, 41; Y,M,C.A. 2); Football (1) Concord Sabre Mr Com- ARMFIELD, SALLIE MILLIS A.B. IN HISTORY ' . Chi Omega: Golf (3) ; University Party (3, 4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 220 Greensboro Panhellenic Council (4); ARMSTRONG, LYNN Ridgewood, N. J. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Delta: Canterbury Club (8. 4): Student NEA (3. 4); Orientation Counselor (4); University Party (3, 4); Y.R.C. (3. 4): Y ' .W.C.A. (3. 4). ATHENEOS, MICHAEL ANTHONY Bronx, N. Y. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Chess Club (2, 3, 4). ATKINS, JO ANN Albemarle B.S. IN BACTERIOLOGY. ATKINSON, DAVID BAIRD Ashevllle Monogram Club (2. 3. 4) ; Hamlet AUSTIN, ERNEST HAMPTON, JR. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Phi Alpha Theta; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi DrlUi Kappa, AVERITT, THOMAS HOOPER Aberdeen B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. BAGGETT, MORTON TEW Smithfield A.B. IN HISTORY. Band (1. 2); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. 8). BAGGETT, PATRICIA BLAIR Chapel Hill A.B. IN ENGL ISH. Y.W.C.A. (1, 2). BAKER, CARRIE MALVINE Wilson A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi: G.M.A.B. (4); Orientation Coun- selor (4); University Party (3, 4); Yackety Yack (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). BAKER, MARY TOD BAKER, MOURDINE A.B. IN HISTORY. Alpha Pi Theta: Dance Club (4). BALL, DAVID STAFFORD B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Knoxville, Tenn. Charleston, S. C. Winston-Salem BALLIS, KIMON Charleston, S. C A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Lambda Chi Alpha; Student Party (4) Y.D.C. (4). BARBEE, JAMES DORRIS, JR. Gastonia B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Westminster Fellowship (1) Y.M.C.A. (3. 4). BARKS, COLEMAN BRYAN Chattanooga, Tenn A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Delta Theta; Carolina Quarterly (3, 4); Mono gram Club (2. 3, 4); Orientation Counselor (3); Soccer (L 2. 3. 4). BARNES, ALBERT SIDNEY Raleigh B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. BARNES, LUTHER MATTHEW, III Rocky Mount B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRAT ION. Alpha Phi Omega; Phi Kappa Westminster Fellowship; Y.M.C.A. BARNES, WILLIAM WATSON B.S. IN BUSINESS AD.MINISTRATION. Zeta Psi. BARRIER, BOYD RAY Jonas Ridge B.S. IN SCIENCE TEACHING. Delta Phi Alpha; Student NEA (3. 4). BARROW, ROBERT MANGUM A.B. IN HISTORY. Carolina Play Norfolk, Va. kers (2): Men ' s Glee Club (1. 2. 3. 4); Orientation Counselor (2. 3); Wesley Foundation tl, 2, 3. 4): WUNC (3); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). BASNIGHT, NORMA GWYNN A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Delta Delta Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). Greenville University Party (3. 4) ; BASS, CHARLENE LYNNE Elberton, Ga. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Delta: Orientation Counselor (3); Uni- versity Party (4) ; W.A.A. (3) ; Women ' s Residence Council t3) ; Y.W.C.A. (4). BASS, GERALD LANE Hovelock B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. BASS, HARRIS HARTWELL Chapel Hill A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha Epsilon Delta; Higma Nu; Canterbury Club (1, 2, 3, 4); University Parly (3). 221 BASS, MOLLY Pi B(tn Phi Louisville, Ky. Canterbury Club; University Party; Concord BAUCOM, BENNIE WINFRED li.S. I MATHEMATICS. Sigma Phi Epsilon : Arnold Air Society (3); liiiili Tiir Heel (1); Orientation Counselor (3. 4); Philanthropic Assem- bly (II; Student Legislature (3): University Party (1. 3. 1). BAUCOM, EDWARD BRYCE U.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ' . Delta Rockingham Pi; Semper BAYLIFF, JAMES DOUGLAS Graho B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi: Dormito I ' le iilont: IDC. Honorary Society (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (4 Student I ' artv (3, 41: Y.Sl.C.A. (i, 2, 3. 4). BEATY, CAROLYN McNAVL . .B. IN KI)U( ATION. Choral Club (4); Westr Slier City inster Fellowship (3, 4). BELANGA, PAUL BRYAN, JR. Creswell B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. G.M.A.B.; Y.D.C.: Y.M.C.A. BELEOS, CONSTANCE G. B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. BELL, JOSEPH TAYLOR B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. BELL, RICHARD BROWN A.B. IN ENGLISH. Camden, S. C. Chapel Hill New Orleans. La. BENDER, JOHN ROBERT, JR. . .B. IN ENGLISH. Beta Theta Pi; Dance Con Winston-Salem littee (1) ; IFC (2. 3, 4). BENDER, NEIL CARMICHAEL Pollocksville .V.B. IN IIISTOKV. Alpha Epsilon Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sitinin; Order of the Grail (3, 4); Order of tlie Old Well (3, 4); IDC, Honorary Society (1. 2. 3); University Club (1); Westminster Fellow- ship (1. 2). BERG, LAWRENCE STEPHEN B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. West Long Branch, N. J. BERGER, MICHAEL DAVID East Paterson, N. J. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Zeta Beta Tav ; Band (1); lliilel Foundation (1. 2. 3. 4); Tennis (1, 2): University Party (1, 2). BERNARD, LAWRENCE JOSEPH, JR. Bethesda, Md. B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Phi Delta Theta. BERRY, DORIS HOLMES North Charleston, S. C. A.B. IN ENC;LISH. Carolina Playmakers (3, 4); Wesley Foundation (3. 4). BETTS, DONALD W. Fuquay Springs B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. BETTS, LEONIDAS JUDD, JR. Fuquay Springs .B. IN EDUCATION. Phi Beta Kappa, Vice-President (4); Phi Eta Si.inia; Student NEA (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2). BILISOLY, JAMES ALVIS A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Alpha Phi Omega; Newn (3). Greensboro an Club (3. 4): Y.M.C.A. BINGHAM, WILLIAM DAVID B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Sigma Gamn Raleigh Epsilon; Y.M.C.A. (I. 2, 3. 41 BIREN, DAVID ROBERT Arlington, Va. B.S. IN INDl SrUIAL RELATIONS. Chi Psi; Order of the Old Well 13 ti- (aidliiia Sviu]Kisium (31; G.M.A.B. (2. 3); IFC (2); Orientation Counselor i3i ; Student Government (3. 4); Student L egislature (3, 4); Univcr-iity Party i3. 4); Yatketi Yack (2). BISHOP, WAYNE STATON Greenville A.B. IN ENGLISH. Order of Golden Fleece (3. 4) : Order of the Grail (:i. 4); Order of the Old Well (3. 4); Athletic Council (3. 4); Carolina Athletic Association. President (4): Cross Country (1, 2, 3. 4); Dailiy Tar Heel, Sports Editor (1); Dormitory Advisor (4); Men ' s Honor Council (3. 4): Monogram Club (2, 3. 4); Bam and Ewe (3); Track (1. 2. 3. 4) ; University Party (1. 2. 3. 4). BLACK, GEOFFREY LAURENCE Mount Royal, Quebec, Canada A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Tennis (1, 2. 3. 41. BLACK, NANCY MARGARET Rockingham A.B. IN ART. Canterbury Club (3); University Party (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). BLACKWOOD, JAMES DANIEL Gostonio B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Westminster Fellowship (3): Y.D.C. (3); Y.M.C.A. (3). 222 BLAKELY, ROBERT FRANKLIN Spartanburg, S. C. U.S. IV lUSINKSS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Kappa Siomn: Scabbard and Blade Ci, I). Prospect Hill BLALOCK, JULIAN DAVID B.S. IX BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Drltn Sigma Pi. BLAZER, PHILLIP P. Whitaker, Pa. A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Kappa Sigma; Football (1. 2. 3, 4); Monogram Club (2. 3, 4) ; University Party. BLEVINS, LESTER GARNER B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. BONNER, ANN ELIZABETH Grassy Creek High Point BORDEN, ROBERT HANES Goldsboro B.S. IX BUSINESS AD.MINISTRATION. Delia Kappa Epsilon: G.M.A.B. (4): Men ' s Honor Council (2); Monogram Club (2, 3. 4); Orientation Counselor (2); Soccer (1. 2. 3, 4); Student Council (4). BOSTIC, WILLIAM NEWBERRY A.B, IX EDUCATION. BOYD, CLARENCE L, JR. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Swimming (1). BRACKETT, GEORGE CALVIN B.S. IN BUSINESS AD.MINISTRATION. Delta Sign Beulaville Durham Gastonia BRADSHAW, RUSH LEONARD Belmont A.B. IN HI STORV. Baptist Student Union; Dance Committee; Dormi- tory Vice-President (2). BRANHAM, DAVID ALLEN Raleigh B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Tau Omega; Y.R.C. (3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). BRAY, BEVERLY SCOTT Raleigh A.B. IN EDUCATION. G.M.A.B. (3) ; Student NEA (3) ; Student Party (3); I ' ackety Yack (3). BREWER, ERNEST CRAVEN Faison B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Sigma; G.M.A.B. (2. 3); Men ' s Honor Council (3); NROTC; Orientation Counselor (2, 3, 4); Publications Board (3); Student Government (3); Student Legislature (3. 4); University Party (2, 3. 4); Wesley Foundation (1. 2); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. 3. 4). BRIDGERS, JULIAN DALMA, JR. Conwoy B.S. IN INDUSTRI. L RELATIONS. Cardboard (1. 2). BRIGMAN, FURMAN STANCIL Roanoke Rapids B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Wesley Foundation (1, 2, 3, 4); WUNC (1, 2). BRINKLEY, ELIZABETH TUCKER Plymouth . .B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega; Canterbury Club (3, 4); Dormitory Officer (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (4); Sound and Fury (3); Student NEA (4); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). BRITTON, JO MARIA Raleigh A.B. IN EDUCATION. Carolina Women ' s Council (4) ; Student NEA (4); Student Party (3); Y.W.C.A. (3). BROCK, JOAN MARION Burlington A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Carolina Symposium (3, 4); Daily Tar Heel (:i, 4); Matrix Society. President (4); Orientation Counselor (4); Press Club. Secretary (4) ; Student Government (4) ; Student Party (3, 4). BROOKE, PETER FRANCIS Bryn Mawr, Po. A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Delta Theta; Student Government; University Party; Y.R.C. BROOKS, ALBERT DYER, III Havelock B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigvia Pi; Y.D.C. (3, 4). BROOKS, JACK BOYCE B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Charlotte BROOKS, JOHN CHARLES Greenville A B. IN ECONOMICS. Order of the Golden Fleece; Order of the Grail; Order of tlie Old Well; Campus Christian Council (1, 2); Carolina Forum 13. 4;. Vice-Chairman (3). Treasurer (4); Carolina Symposium (3) ; Cosmopolitan Club (1) ; Debate Squad (1, 2. 3, 4), President (2, 3) ; Forensic Council, President (2. 3, 4) ; Graham Memorial Board of Directors (2, 3, 4): G.M.A.B. (1. 2), Chairman Polls Committee (2); Moreliead Scholar; Philanthropic Assembly (1, 2. 8, 4). Parliamentarian (1, 2), President Pro-tem (2), President (4); State Student Legislature (1, 2. 3, 4). Floor-leader (2. 3); Student Government (2, 3, 4), Presi- dent ' s Cabinet (2. 3); Student Legislature (1, 2, 3, 4), Speaker Pro-tem (2), Parliamentarian (3, 4); Student Party (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice-Chairman (3) ; Wesley Foundation (1, 2. 3. 4), Treasurer (2). Vice-President (3); WUNC (1); Y.D.C. (1. 2); Y.M.C.A., Cabinet (2). BROOKS, VIRGINIA JOAN Greensboro . .B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Beta Phi; University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). BROWN, JOHN ED GAR, ill B.S. IN BUSINESS AD.MINISTR. TION. Fayetteville Winston-Salem Phi Epsilon: Y.K.f. (3i : BROWN, RALPH BRADBURY, JR. B.S. IN Bl ' SINKSS ADMINISTRATION, fsigm, V.M.C.A. (3. 4). BROWN, WALTER MONROE Burlington A.B. IN HISTORY. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Canterbury Club (2); Golf BRUMLEY, ALFRED NEAL A.B. IN PSVCHOLOC;V. Pi Kappa Phi. Charlotte BRUNER, ESS W. Knoxville, Tenn. A.B. IN HISTORY. Chi Omega: Canterbury Club (3. 4): G.M.A.B. I4); Sound and Fury (3, 4); University Party (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). BRYAN, DONALD THOMAS Rocky Mount B.S, IN BTSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Gumma liella. BUCHANAN, DAVID NATHAN Gostonio B.S. IN Bl ' SINKSS ADMINISTRATION. Y.M.t.A. (1). BUCHANAN, JAMES WESLEY Hickory A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Chi Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega; Student Union (3. 4): Men ' s Glee Club (3, 4): Morehead Scholar (1. 2, 3. 4); University Club (2. 3); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2). BUCKLEY, DONALD SIGMON Llncolnton B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Delta Sigma Pi; Football Manager II. 2, 3), Hea l Manager (4); Lutlieran Student Association (1. 2): Monogram Club (4). BULL, DOROTHY RICHMOND Montgomery, Ala. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Delta Delta Delta; Orientation Counselor (4); Sound and Fury (3. 41: University Party (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). BUNCH, GERALD LOUGH B.S. IN GEOLOGY. BURCH, BARBARA ANNE Poplar Branch Bronxville, N. Y. BURCH, EDITH CAROL Bat Cave A.B. IN EDUCATION. Canterbury Club (3, 4); Student NEA (4); Y.W.C.A. (4). BURGE, ROBERT A. Asheboro A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Phi Alpha; Sigma Chi; Orienlation Counselor 13, 4); Student Legislature (1. 3); University Party (1, 2. 3, 4); Y.R.C. (31 ; Y.M.C.A. (1). BURGWYN, JOHN GRIFFIN, JR. BURKE, RAYMOND ANTHONY, JR. B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Jackson Chauncey, N. Y. BURROUGHS, ROBERT MONTGOMERY Charlotte A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Sigma Phi Epsilon. President (3. 4); AFROTC Rifle Team (K; IFC (3, 4); Mens Honor Council (4); Orien- tation Counselor (3); Sabre Air Command (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. Fayettevllle Student NE.A BUSH, BARBARA MARIE BYRD, HARVEY DWIGHT B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. CADIEU, JAMES MYERS Charlotte B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. CALDWELL, JAMES ALEXANDER Llncolnton A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. AFROTC: Baptist SMideiit Union. CALDWELL, JOEL DEWAYNE Mooresville B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. CAMP, ROBERT BERNARD Cherryville A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. CAMPBELL, SUSAN FRANCES Rowland A.B, IN ENGLISH. Kappa Delta; Carolina Handbook. Editor; House fuuncil; NSA (.1, 4i: Publications Board (3. 4); Student Party (3. 4i: Westminster Fellowship: WUNC (3): Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). CARLAN, MARY CABELL Candor A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha Delta Pi; Angel Flight (3, 4), Commander (4); Orientation Counselor (4): University Party (3. 4); Westminster Fellowship (3, 4): Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 224 CARLTON, PATRICK WILLIAM Alexandria, Va. iition (3, 4), President (3) ; CARPENTER, BENNIA JO Thomasville B.S. IN PUBLIC HEALTH. Band (1, 2, 3. 4), Head Majorette; Dormi tory President (4); W.A.A. (1. 2, 3. 4), President (4); Women ' s Resi- dence Council (4); Y.W.C.A. (I, 2, 3, 4). CARROLL, EDMUND GRIFFIN A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Newman Club (3. CARTER, CAROLYN PATRICIA B.S. IN NURSINt;. Lutheran Student (1, 2. 3. 4). Cambridge, Mass. ersity Party (3, 4i. Sumter, S. C. •- , 3, 41 ; NSA CARTER, CATHERINE BROOKS A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alphii (iaiiim Counselor (4): Student NE. (3. Foundation (3): Y.W.C.A. (3). CARTER, CLARENCE W. A.B. IN HISTORY. Pi Kapixi Phi. President (4) Dan ville, Va. DilUt: G.M.A.B. (4): Orientation 41 ; Student Party (4); Wesley Winston-Salem IPC (4); Y.D.C. (41. CARTER, GEORGE DANIEL Mayodan B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Dilt« Sirjmii Pi. CARTER, ROBERT WILSON Selma A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Alplut Epsiloii Delta: Order of the Grail (I, 2, 3. 4), Exchequer (3); Order of the Old Well (3. 4); Basketball (1); Carolina Symposium (2. 31: CUSC (3, 4); Dance Committee (2. 3, 4); Football (1): G.M.A.B. (4). President (4); IDC (1. 2. 3). Treasurer (2). Vice-President (3); Mens Glee Club (1); NSA (3); Orientation Committee (2. 3); Orientation Counselor (2); Student Government (2. 3). Treasurer (2. 3); Student Legislature (1. 2. 3); Student Party (2), Treasurer (2): Track (1): Wesley Foundation (1. 2. 3. 4). CASEY, BOBBY GOODING B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Ps, Kinston CASHION, ROY WILSON Sanfor B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Student Party (4); Y.D.C. (41 Y.M.C.A. (31. CASPARIS, JOHN Churwalden, Switzerland 3, 41 ; Orientation Conn CATE, WILLIAM RODERICK B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. V.M.C.A. (1). CHADABE, JOEL AVON A.B. IN .MUSIC. Zeta Beta Tnii: I ' nive CHAMBLEE, JAMES GRAY B.S. IN .MATHEMATICS. Y.M.C.A. (I. Chapel Hill New York, N. Y. Louisburg 3. 41 CHANDLER, PATRICIA LOUISE Dolton, Ga. A.B. IN HISTORY. Angel Flight (41: Baptist Student Union (3. 41: Orientation Counselor (4); Yarkety Yaik (3); Y.D.C. (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). CHANDLER, THOMAS NASON Stotesville B..S. IN BUSINE.SS AD.MINISTRA ITON. Delta .Siijina Pi. CHEATHAM, LOUISE MANN Greenville A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi iJinega: Band (3); Canterbury Club (3. 41: Orientation Coun.selor (41: Student NE. (4): University Club (41; I ' niversity Party (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (41. CHESSON, JACK HOLT Jamestown B.S. IN DENTISTRY. Alpha Epsiloii Delta. CHURCH, CLAY FRANKLIN Chapel Hill A.B. IN ENGLISH, .ilphu Epsilon Delta; Delta Phi Alpha: Phi Eta Sigma: Carolina Symposium; IDC; Orientation Counselor; Student Cimncil; Student Party: Y.D.C; Y.M.C.A. CLARK, WESLEY MERTON A.B. IN PSYCHOLCKIY. CLONINGER, SHIRLEY KENNEDY B.S. IN PHYSICAL THERAPY. Lutheran Stude Lumberton Kirkwood, Mo. G.M.A.B. (3); Orienta- tion Counselor (41; Panhellenic Council (4); Student Government (41; " Univer.sity Party (3. 41; Yackety Yack (3); COBBS, JANET B. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Kappa Gan Chapel Hill Alpha: Soccer (U. COENEN, WALTER DEVEREUX EDWARD A.B. IN HISTORY. Alpha Phi lltiieya : Delta Phi COFFIN, HARRIS ALEXANDER, JR. Asheboro A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Cross Country (1. 2. 3, 41; Monogram Club (3, 4) : Orientation Counselor (2. 3. 41 ; Student Government (41 : Track (1. 2, 8, 4): V.M.C.A. (1. 2. 3, 41. 225 COHEN, CAROLYN SUE Huntington, W. Vo. AH. IX RADIO. TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Kam ' n K,iii,i ' i lUimwii: l-iiiversity Party (3. 4); WUNC (4). COHEN, JERRY EDWARD Morganton A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Lambda Phi. COLEY, CHARLES ROWE Newton B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Sigma; Carolina Syni posiuin (3i; CUSC (3. 4); Dance Committee (2. 3. 4); Dormitory Secre tary and Treasurer (3); Football Manager; IDC (1); Orientation Coun selor (2. 4); Student tlovernment (2. 3, 4); Student Legislature (2); Student Party (2, :1. 4 1 : Traffic Council (3): Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. 3. 4i. COLLINS, MARY FRANCES Wilson B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Baptist Student Union (3. 4); Inde- liendent Women ' s Association (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). COLLURA, VINCENT PAUL A.B. IN ECONOMICS. COMBS, BOBBY EUGENE U.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Miami, Flo. Statesville CONNELL, JAMES PAUL BEARDSLEY, JR. Henderson A.B. IN HISTORY. Kappa Alpha; Canterbury Club (1. 2); G.M.A.B. (U; Semper Ficlelis (11; University Party (1, 2. 3, 41; Y.M.C.A. (1. 2, 3, 4). CONRY, MURPHY BRYAN Rockwell B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Chi Siama; Band (1, 2. 3); Chemistry Club (1. 2. 3); Fencing (I. 2. 3): Orientation Counselor (2); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2, 31. CONSTANTINE, RANDOLPH, JR. Torboro U.S. IN MATHEMATICS. I ' hi Eta Phi Kappa Tail. COOK, STANLEY GALPIN Blue Hill, Me. A.B. IN ENGLISH. NROTC (4); Semper Fidelis Society; Y.R.C.; Y.M.C.A. COOPER, GARY EDWARD Salisbury A.B. IN HISTORY. Sinma Chi; Bi-Partisan Selections Board; Mens Honor Council (2. 3). Clerk (2, 3); Orientation Coun,seIor (3); Semper Fidelis Society; Student Government; University Party (2. 3); Wrest- ling (3) ; Y.M.C.A. (1). COOPER, WILSON REID, JR. Signal Mountain, Tenn. B.S. IN MATHE |ATI(S. lli-lta Phi Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Helta Theta; Phi Eta Sifiiiia ; Order of the Old Well (3, 4); Canterbury Club (1); Daily Tar Heel; Monogram Club (2); Orientation Counselor (4); Soccer (1. 2); Student Legislature (2. 3); Swimming (3. 4); University Party (2. 31. CORNWELL, SAMUEL ADDISON Chapel Hill A.B. IN HISTORY. Canterbury Club (1. 2. 3); NROTC (1. 2. 3); Swim ming (1 ) ; Y.D.C. (4). COURTNEY, FLORENCE LYNNE Asheville A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Delta. Secretary (4); Angel Flight (3, 4); Carolina Symposium (3); Orientation Counselor (4); Universit " Party (3, 4); Wesley Foundation (4); Yarketij Ynrk (3). COUTLAKIS, HARRY JAMES A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Asheville Lancaster, S. C. ersity Party (3). COVIN, WILLIAM JERRITT A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Phi; I COWAN, GAYLORD H. Forest City A.B. IN HISTORY. Kappa Alpha; G.M.A.B. (1. 2. 3. 4); Newman Club (ll; Soccer (1. ■- ' I ; University Party (3. 4). COWAN, ROBERT JENKINS Greensboro A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Epsilon Delta; Alpha Phi Omega. Treas- urer. ' ice-President. Pledge Master; Beta Theta Pi. Vice-President; Delta Phi Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa. Secretary: Phi Eta Sigma. Vice- President; Order of the Old Well (3. 4); Band (1); Chemistry Club; Dormitory Secretary; Orientation Counselor (3. 4); Wesley Foundation (1. 2); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). COX, BOBBY LEE Brevard B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL REL. TIONS. Baptist Student Union (1. 2. 3. 41 ; Cardboard (3); Men ' s Honor Council (3); Orientation Counselor (4i; Student Party (3. 4): Y.D.C. (4); Y.M.C.A. (3. 41. CRADDOCK, GEORGE EDWARD, JR. Cory A.B. IN FRENCH. Mens Glee Club (II. CRAIG, PLEZZY HARBOR, JR. Hillsboro B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Lambda Chi Alpha. Treasurer (81 ; Baptist Student Union (1, 2, 3. 41; G.M.A.B. (1); IDC (1); NROTC (1. 2. 3. 41 ; Orientation Committee (2. 3, 4); Student NEA (1); Track (1); Y.R.C. (1. 2, 3, II ; Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. 3, 4). CRIST, TAKEY Jacksonville B.S. IN PHILOSOPHY. Football (1, 2. 3. 4); Dormitory President. CROCKETT, NANCY FLORENC E Bluefield, W. Vo. A.B. IN ENGLISH. G.M.A.B. (3, 4); Council (4); Student NEA (3. 4); Westminster Fellowship (3, 4); Yacketu Yack. Student Govern- ment Section Editor (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). CROWDER, ANNE ELLEN A.B. IN EDUCATION. .Student NEA (1 226 Marietta, Go. WBmI CROWELL, JAMES SHEFFIELD Foyetteville B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpliu Chi Sigma. CRUMBLEY, MARY LOUISE Charlotte A.B. IN RADII). TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Kappa Delta; I ' iuiliellenk- Council (4): Women ' s Honor Council (S. 4); Women ' s Residence Council (4): WUNC (3. 4); V.W.C.A. (3. 4). CRUMPLER, SYLVIA McKOY Mebane B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Chi Omega: Canterbury Club (3); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). CRUMPTON, LEIOTTE ROSE CRUTCHFIELD, LESLIE ALICE Chorlotte A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Delta Delta; Sound and Fury (3, 4); Splash Club (4): University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3). CULBRETH, RONALD CRAIG Fayetteviiie B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delia Sigma Pi. CUSHMAN, CHARLES ARTHUR Philadelphia, Pa. A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Delta Theta; Canterbury- Club (D ; Junior Class Treasurer (3t; Men ' s Honor Council (3. 4); Orientation Counselor (4); Student Legislature (2, 3): University Party (1. 2, 3. 4). DALEY, CYNTHIA LOVE . .B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Kappa Kappa ftoii minster Fellowsliip; Y.W.C.A. DALTON, JOHN WEBER, JR. A.B. IN CHE-MISTRY. .itpha Chi Sigmi Club (1. 2, 3, 4); Men ' s Glee Club (1, i Charleston, W. Va. niversity Party: West- Forest City a ; Delta Upsilmt ; Canterbury 3, 4). DANIEL, ALICE LOUISE R A.B. IN HISTORY. DANIEL, DONALD ELMER B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. .Alpha Kappa P.i, DANNENBAUM, ALICE Wilmington G.M.A.B.; Student Party: Becksville, Ohio Reidsville DARMSTATTER, GEORGE EDWARD A.B. IN ENCi LISH. Chi " .- Daili Tar Heel. DAVIS, ANDREW JACKSON, JR. A.B. IN ENGLISH. DAVIS, BETTE SUE Monroe A.B. EDUCATION. Alpha Delta Pi. Treasurer (4); NSA; Student NEA (3, 4): University Party (3, 4); Westminster Fellowship (3. 4); Women ' s Honor Council (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). DAVIS, DAVE McALISTER Pittsburgh, Pa. A.B. IN GERMAN. Phi Delta Theta; Phi Eta Sigma; Canterbury Club (1, 2, 3): CUSC (2); German Club (2): Orientation Counselor (2): Student Government (1. 2, 3): Student Legislature (2); Track (1): University Party (1, 2, 3); Y.M.C.A. DAVIS, FRANCES JANE Bristol, Va. A.B. IN HISTORY. Pi Beta Phi; University Party (3, 4): Y.W.C.A. 3. 4). DAVIS, JAMES HORTON, JR. Chapel Hill A.B. IN RADIO. TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. AFROTC (1, 2): Sabre Air Command (1, 2): WUNC (2, 3). DAVIS, LUTHER JOSHUA, JR. South Mills B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. DAVIS, MARY MAILLY Odessa, Del. A.B. IN HISTORY. Kappa Delta; Orientation Counselor (4): Student Party (3, 4 : Wesley Foundation (4): Y.W.C.A. (8. 4). DAVIS, MARVIN JOSEPH, JR. Wilmington A.B. IN PHILOSOPHY. Dailu Tar Heel (2. 3); IDC (1): Student Gov- ernment (2); Student Party (1. 2): Track (1): Wrestling (I. 2): Y.M.C.A. (2, 8). DEAL, ALBERT LEONARD, III Hickory B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Delta Phi .ilpha; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Mu Epsiloii; Fencing Club (2. 3, 4). DEANS, JOHN FREDERICK Wilson B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Phi Delta Theta; Track (1). DEAR, MORTON B.S. INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Tau Epsilon Phi 227 Charlotte Hillel Foundation DeARMON, CELIA PATRICIA Charlotte A.B. IX EDICATION. Orientation Committee (4); Student S ' KA (4); Westminster Fellowship (3. 4); V.D.C. (3); Y.W.C.A. (3). DeARMON, FRANCES ANNE Charlotte A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omegu: Canterbury Club (41; University Party C3. 4) ; Y.W.C.A. DeBORDE, LYNDON WALLS Elkin A.B. IN EDUCATION. Monogram Club (3. 4); Student NEA 13. u: Track (1, - , 3. 4). DEES, ANTHONY ROANE Goldsboro A.B. IN ENGLISH. Sound and Fury (2): V.M.C.A. (1). DEI FELL, LOUISE HOLLIDAY Greensboro . .B. IN F.DUC- TION. Kaijpii Kufipa Gammn: Orientation Counselor (4): Student Legrislature ; University Party; Westminster Fellowship. DEMAREE, ROBERT HALL, JR. Pottstown, Po. A.B. IN L. TIN. St. Anthnuu Hall: Carolina Quarterly, Advertising Manager (3). Business Manager (4); IPC (1. 2); Publications Board (4); Sound and Fury (3, 4); University Club (1, 2); Yacketij Yack. Assistant Business Manager. DETTMAR, KENNETH PAUL Charlotte B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Band 111; IDC (4); Student Party (2) ; V.D.C. (2). DeVERE, DIANA ARNESON Morganton A.B. IN JOURNAI.IS.M. ( ' ( Omei a : Canterbury Club (3. 41; Spla-ih Club (31: Student (iovernmerit (4); University Party (3. li; Yuikiin Yaik (3. II ; V.W.C.A. (3. 4). President (4i. DEVIN, VIRGINIA PEYTON Silver Spring, Md. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Uflta Pi: G.M.A.B. (3i; Student NKA (41; University Party (3. 4l; V.W.C.A. (3. 4). DICKERSON, SANDRA H(i llrlta: V DIMMETTE, JOEL HART B.S. IN BUSINESS AD.MINISTRATION. lulta H. .Soccer (II ; Westminster Fellowshiii (1. 2). DIXON, ROBERT WINDSOR A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Phi: Canterbury Club (3. 4); V.M.C.A. (2. 3. 41 ; V.R.C. (3, 4). Clayton, Ga. ity Cluh; lini Asheville English Club (3, DODD, FLORENCE SPOTSWOOD Suffolk, Vo. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha liniiima Drila : Splash Club (3. 41; Stu- dent NEA (4); Student Party (3. 4); Yacketii Yark (3. 4i; V.W.C.A. (3, 4). DOEG, JOHN HOPE A.B. IN HISTOKV. riiiilii Tar Heel (4). DOGGETT, JOHN TAYLOR Washington, D. C. DONISTHORPE, SUE MAE Arcadia, Calif. A.B. IN EDUCATION. iJrIta Ihlta Ihlta: Orientation Counselor; Uni vcrsity Club; V.W.C.. .; Women ' s Honor Council. DONNELLY, CAROLYN F. Asheville A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha (iamma Delia: Orientation Counselor (4); Club (S, 41; Student NEA (4); Student Party (8; Westmin.ster Fellowship (4); Women ' s Glee Club (1, 2); Y.W.C.A. (4). DONROE, FRANCIS V. Branford, Conn. A.B. IN HISTORY. Cosmopolitan Club (4); G.M.A.B. (3, 4i; Newman Club (3, 41; Student Government: University Party (3); V.R.C. (3, 41; V.M.C.A. (4). DOUGLAS, THOMAS BENJAMIN, JR. Charlotte B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha (hi Sirima : Delta Phi Alpha: Cheinistrv Club. DOWDY, RUTH CROWELL Charlotte iity Party (3, t); DREW, JOHN TABOR Gaffney, S. C. B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Kappa Alpha: University Party I ti ; V.D.C. (4i : V.M.C.A. (1. 21. DROZE, HAYWOOD DANIEL, JR. . .H. IN SOCIOLOGY. Ahiha Tan (, DRUMMOND, DANIEL DEWITT Washington, D. C. V.M.C.A. (4). Winston-Salem A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Sigma: AFROTC (3, 4) ; Ram and Eire; Uni- versity Party (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4). DRYE, ROBERT STANLY Oakboro B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Alpha Kappa Psi : Student Party 228 DUKE, RAYMOND LANGFORD, JR. A.H. IN rOI.ITKAL SCIKNTK. DUNCAN, ALLIE HAMILTON H.S. IN DKNTISTRV. DUNLAP, BENJAMIN EMERSON B.S. IN SCIENCE TEACHINCi. DUNNAGAN, HAROLD MACON B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. . (2, 3). EAGLE, JOHN C, JR. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINIS IK A IK IN. EARNSHAW, GWENDOLYN JOHNSON B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRAITON. () ECKERSON, ANNE TERRILL A.B. IN SOCTOLOflV. Carolina Women ' s Couii (■(inn.-ielor Hi; Ve.stniin.ster Fellow.sliip (3. 1) : EDDINS, BILLY T. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Apex Roanoke Rapids Wogram Winston-Salem KniiiK, I ' si: G.M.A.B. Albemarle Chapel Hill selor (I). Troy Orientation EDMINSTEN, JOYCE RHAY B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Y.W.C.A. Chesterfield, S. C. Chapel Hill Goldsboro Cleveland, Ohio i ' ijk: Canterbury Cluh: V.R.C.; Y.W.C.A. EDMUNDSON, WILLIAM CARLYLE B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMIMSTK A HON. EDWARDS, ROBERT LUTHER Raleigh B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma A ' »(, Secretary; Orienta- tion roiinselor (t); Student Party (1); University Club (4); University Tarty 1-2. :i, 4i. EELLS, MARION NISBETT A.B. IN RELIGION. Chi On ELDEN, JULIE Wellesley Hills, Mass. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Krippn Delta. President (4); Canterbury Club CI); Carolina Symposium (3); Panbellenic Council (3, 1); Student NEA (3): University Party (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3). ELLIS, DAVID ALFRED Gamboo, Canal Zone A.B. IN HISTORY. AFROTC Kitie Team (1. :!. ti. Team Captain: Arnold Air Society (3. I): Order of DeMoIav (I. 2i; Sabre .Air Com- mand (I. 21. Charter Executive OfHcer: Scal)liaril and Blade (3. 4). Company Cipmmander: Student (loverinnent Cli. ELLIS, WILLIAM GEIGER, JR. Penns Grove, N. J. A.B. IN PSYCHOI.OtJY. Ihlli, [•i silini. Secretary (2. 3): Psi CM 4) ; Canterbury Club II. 2. 3. ti ; Diiih Tar Hi-i-l (2. 3. 4) : Dialectic Senate (3. 4): Fencing (I. 2, 3. 1 1 ; C.NI.A.B. (3. i) ; NROTC (1. 2, 3, 4); KOTC Drill Team (1. 2, 3. i ; Y.M.C.A. (1). ELLWANGER, DAVID CARROLL Ruffin B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. .Ujilin AV(). « I ' si: Cardboard; G.M.A.B.; Student Party; Y.D.C.; Y.M.C.A. ENNIS, LEON MARTIN Dunn B.S. IN BUSINE.- S ADMINISTRATION. Orientation Ccpuiiselor (H; Y.M.C.A. (31. EPPS, JAMES HAWS, III A.B. IN ENCI.ISH. Phi Ihltn ThiUi: L Y.D.C. (1. 2. 3, 4); Y..M.C.A. (1. 2. 3, 4). Johnson City, Tenn. lily Party (1. 2. 3. 11 ; ERWIN, JAMES PRICE, JR. Durham A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Baseball 111; Canilioard; Univer.sity (Tub 111. ETHERIDGE, RICHARD WINSTON A.B. IN ( HEMISIRY. ETHERIDGE, WILLIAM DOUGLAS A.B. IN HISTORY. Pi Knji,,ii .lliihii: V Bailey Oak City sity Party; Y.D.C. EVANS, DAVID ARNOLD, JR. Greenville B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Baptist Stuilent Union (1, 2): Y.M.C.A. (3, 4). EVANS, GABRIEL MARLIN B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kiln EVANS, HELEN JULIANA A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. U.N.C. Cboir (3); Y.W.C.. High Point Tarboro EVANS, MERRI ANGELA FAIR, JACKSON GLENN, JR. FALK, MICHAEL DAVID Noshville, Tenn. eks. Vice- Louisvllle, Ky. iiterbury Club (1. 2, 3. ii : Woodmere, N. Y. FALLS, FELIX CROWDER Bessemer City B.S. IN mSIXKSS ADMIMSIRATIOV. FARNHAM, CHRISTIE ANNE Bristol, Vo. A.B. IX HISTOKV. Ali ' hri (ioiiiiiin 11,-lta: Canterbury Club Ci. i): Dialectic Senate (t): (i.M.A.B. (3): Orientation Committee (4): Sound and Furv (3); Student Government (4): Student Party (3. 4). Secre- tary (t); Y.U.C. (3. 4); V.W.C.A. (3i. FENNELL, RAY DAVIS Wilmington U.S. IX BISIXKSS ADMIXISTRATIOX. Delta Sianiti Pi: Sound and Fury (1 I ; V.M.C.A. (1. ■ . 3. 4). FERGUSON, ROBERT BRUCE U.S. IN lUSINF.SS . I)MINISTKATI()N. Alliliii Kiil ' l ' ii ' ■• FERGUSON, SHIRLEY VICKERS . .H. IN KDrC-VTIDN. I ' laymakfls (4). FIELDS, CURTIS M. A.B. IN KNCMSIl. Charlotte Charlotte Thomasville ,ih,l , Chi Aliiha. President (4) Hickory in Club; Student Government; Mount Pleasant FINEGAN, JOHN ANDREW, JR. . r FISHER, LINDA LEE . .B. IN KDrcAIION. (i.M.A.B. (3i; Lutheran Student Association (3. tl; llricril:itii)n Counselor 111; Stray CJreek 13. ti; Student X?:A (3. 1) ; V. V.( .A. (3. 11. FITTS, WALTER MIDDELTON Lexington, Ky. A.B. IX HISTOKV. KiiiJiMi Ahiliii: Dance Committee; IFC (2. 3. t); Scabbard and Blade (3. 41; Semper Fidelis Society (3. 4): Westminster Fellowship (1. 2, 3. 4) : V.M.C.A. FLAHIVE, JAMES FRANCIS Short Hills, N. J. A.B. IX EXCiLISH. Thitii Chi: Cardboard (3); Carolina Playniakers (2); Donnitory. ' ice-President (1); Men ' .s Glee Club (4); Men ' s Honor Council (1); Sound and Fury (2); Student Government (1); University Club (1). FLOYD, CHARLES FREDERICK . .B. IN F.CONOMICS. FLOYD, DAVID ALLAN rii, ih 11,1 Til, 1,1 Hillsboro Chattanooga, Tenn Baseball (1. 2. 3. 4); Momwraii FORBES, JERRY L. Stotesville . .B. IN . nr. FORSYTH, LUCY ANN Birmingham, Ala. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Ii,ll,i liilln Delta; Canterbury Club (3, 4) ; Carolina Symposium (3. 4); Orientation Counselor (4): Student Government (3. 4); Student l.esislature (3, 4); University Party (3. 4); Women ' s Honor Council 13, 11; ' i ' .W.C.A. (3, 41. FOSCUE, BETTYE Moysville Student NFA (II; FOWLER, ALICE WESTBROOK Stotesville A.B. IN .loIKN.M.ISM. FOWLER, BRUCE OWEN Durham B.S. IN ( HKMISTRV. FOWLER, GLENDA Salem, Vo. A.B. IN SOCIOLOGV. Delta Delta Delta; Carolina Symposium {3i; DaUv Tar Heel (3): Ci.M.A.B. (3): Orientation Counselor (4); Univer- sity Party (3. 4); Women ' s Residence Council (4): V.W.C.A. (3. 4). FOWLKES, EDWARD BYNUM U.S. IN lUSlNKSS . l)MINISTRATION. B,tn Gn Iti; I ' ll, H,l„ K„i,ii„: rl,. Eta Suniia : Band ( OrieTitaticin CiiuTisclor (3i; I ' XC .Sympluniy (3) FOX, JAMES EDWARD B.S. IN INDISIKIAI. RKL. ri()NS. Siijn,,, tin. FOX, JOHN WILLIAM B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMIXISTRATIOX. 11, ' lta Si ' i Cosmopolitan Club (1); MonoKram Club (3. I); (2): Track (1. 2. 3, 41. Tarboro ,ia. President Orlando, Flo. Clark, N. J. Foyetteville FOY, FREDERICK DOZIER A.B. IN ECONOMICS. FRAZIER. RICHARD ERNEST Goldsboro B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT. Kapm ' Siyma. President (3, 4); Carolina Symposium (3); IFC (3. 4); Orientation Counselor (3. 4); Semper Fidells Society; Student Government (3, 4); University Party (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1). FRAZIER, SAMUEL KINDLEY, JR. Raleigh Qiiintrrlil FREEMAN, CAROL GRIFFITH Richmond, Vo. B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Kappa Kappa Gamtna; G.M.A.B. (3); Univer sity Party (3, I): Yarkettj York (8); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). FRY, DAVID ALLEN Statesville B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. WUNC (4); WUNC-TV (3). FRYE, DOLORES ANN Hickory A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Daily Tar Heel (3. 4), News Editor (4) ; House Council (4); Press Club (3. 4). President (4). Moreheod City FULCHER, WALTER GRAHAM A.B. IN HISTORY. University Clul) (3). FURTADO, DONALD ATLAS Garner A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Gumma Delta; Order of the Grail (3, 4) ; Order of the Old Well (3, 4) ; Class Secretary (1) ; Class President (2) : Cross Counfn ' (1); CUSC (2, 3, 4): G.M.A.B. (1. 2); Graham Memorial Board of Directors (2. 3), Chairman (4): NROTC: National Student Congress (3, 4) ; Orientation Counselor (2. 3) ; Quarterdeck Society (2) ; Student Government Vice-President (3), President (4); Student Legis- lature (1. 2. 3); Student Party (1, 2. 3. 4); Track (1); Y.M.C.A. GALLAGHER, JOHN MICHAEL Seattle, Wash. A.B. IN PHILOSOPHY. Alpha Epsilim Delta: Kappa Sigma. CARD, ANNIE LAWRIE Elizabeth City A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Delta Pi: University Party (3, 4) ; Women ' s Residence Council (4); Y.W.C.A. (3). GARRETT, CECIL F. Elizabeth City B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Siuina Pi. CAUSE, MARTHA VICTORIA Sea Cliff, N. Y. B.S. IN ZOOLOGY. Orientation Counselor (4). GEDDIE, MARY ALICE High Point A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Delta Delta Delta: Press Club (3. 4); Ram and Ewe (3); University Party (3. 4); Women ' s Handbook, Associate Editor (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). GIARD, DONALD JOSEPH A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. GIBBONS, KENNETH CRAIG, JR. A.B. IN ENtiLISH. Dormitory President (1. 2): IDC (1, tion Counselor (2, 31; Yaeketil York (21; Y.R.C. (1, 2) GIBBS, DORIS WALKER A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student NEA (4) ; Wesley Foundati GILES, JOHN BURKE A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Henderson Lenoir )n (4). Lexington Chorlotte GILLIAM, NED DONALD B.S IN PHYSICS. Phi Eta Siama; Baptist Student Union (1, 2, 3, 4); G.M.A.B. 13); Morehead Scholar; Physics Club (1); Y.M.C.A. (1). Charlotte Glee Club (1, 2); GIVENS, MICHAEL CARLYLE B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Y.M.C.A. (1. 2, 3, 4). GLOVER, DALE PRICE Chapel Hill B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Phi Mu Alp in: Band (1. 2, 3, 1); Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4). GLUYAS, SALLY CATHERINE High Point A.B IN EDUCATION. Delta Delta Delta: Student NEA; University Party 3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). GODWIN, DONALD FULTON Erwin B.S. IN PUBLIC HEALTH. American Public Health Association. GODWIN, GAIL KATHLEEN Selma A B. IN JOURNALISM. Carolina Symposium (3): Cosmopolitan Club ( t) ; Daih Tar Heel (3, 4) ; Matrix Society, Secretary (3, 4) ; Press Club (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3). GODWIN, HERMAN ALLEN, JR. Dunn B IN HISTORY. Phi Alpha Theta : Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Eta Sigma: Pi kappa Alpha: Order of Golden Fleece (3, 4); Order of the Grail (2, 3, 4), Delegata (4); Order of the Old Well (3, 4), Secretary-Treas- urer (4); Carolina Symposium, Executive Secretary (3); Class Vice- President (2); IFC (2, 8); Morehead Scholar; Orientation Committee (3, 4), Chairman (4); Orientation Counselor (21; Y.D.C. (1, 2). 231 GODWIN, WILLIAM STANFORD Erwin U.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. GOLDMAN, MILLIARD LAWRENCE St. Petersburg Beach, Flo. A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Dormitory Officer. Vice-President (.3), Pre.sident ( t) : IDC (3. 41. GOLDSMITH, ALBERT LEWIS, JR. Lincolnton A.B. IN HISTORV. rhi Phi: Phi Alpha Thrla: Phi B, ' ta Kappn: Phi Etn Sniinn: Order of tlie Grail (3. i) : Order of tlie Old Well (3, 4). Presi- ilent 111: Carolina SjTiiposium (3. 4i. Treasurer (3i. Chairman (4): liinhi Trir H,rl (11; Men ' s Glee Club (I): NROTC (1. 2. 3. 41: NSA (2. .11: Orientation Committee (2. 3. 4). Treasurer (4): Orientation Coun- selor (2): Quarterdeck Society (3. 4); Student Government (4); Stu dent Legislature (1, 2. 3). ProTeni; University Party (I. 2. 3. 41. GOODMAN, EDWARD JAY GOODMAN, VICTOR KENNETH, JR. . .l!. IN KN(;i.ISH. GORDON, FRANK J. B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. GRABS, OMNIE OMILY. JR. U.S. IN S( IKNCE TKACHIN(i. Track (11. GRAHAM, DOUGALD McFAYDEN, JR. B.S. IN SCIENCE TEACHING. Philantliropi GRAHAM, JENNY CHRISTIAN A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Delta Delta Delta University Party (3, 4): Y.W.C.A. (3, li. Portsmouth, Va. G.M.A.B. Concord Wilmington King Fayetteville nbly (3. H. Hompton, Vo Orientation Counselor (4); GRAHAM, LARRY GREGSON A.B. IN ENGLISH. Lnmhrlri (hi Alpha. GRAUSMAN, RICHARD IRVIN A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Zeta Beta Tan: Gymnastics tion (1. 2, 3. 4); Monogram Club (2. 3. 1); Soccer New York, N. Y 1 : Hillel Kounda- GRAY, ROBERT McDONALD Arlington, Vo. A.B. IN KCIINOMK S. Delta PpsiJnii, Corresponding Secretary; Phi Eta Si„i,iii: Cai ll«iaid (1. 2. 3); Chess Club (1); Freshman Camp Com- mittee (.i. 41: Mini ' s Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4); Orientation Counselor (4); Philanthropic Assembly (1, 2. 3. 4). Sergeant-at-Arms (2): Student Government (3. 4): Tennis (1): Westminster Fellowship (1. 2. 3. 4); Y.M.C.. . (I. 2, 3, 4 . GREEN, CAROLINE TUCKER (ile Atlanta, Go. I ' arty (3. 4) : Women ' s GREENFIELD, CECELIA DOREEN Chapel Hill A.B. IN HISTORY. Alpha Delta Pi: Pail,, Tar Heel (3); G.M.A.B. (3. 4): NewTnan Club (4); Orientation Counselor (4); University Party (3. 4); Y.R.C. (4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). GREER, JAMES WALTER Old Fort . .B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. GREER, PAUL STANLEY, JR. Stotesville B.S. IN BCSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sirjma Pi. GREGORY, HUGH STANLEY Swannonoo A.B. N OOLOGY. .Alpha Epxilon Delta: Baptist Student Union (1. 21: Student Party (3. 4); Y.D.C. (4). GREGORY, SUE MIDDLETON Rocky Mount A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi: Cosmopolitan Club (3, II; Student NEA; University Party (4); Y.W.C.A. (31. GRICE, CAMILLE JENNETTE Raleigh A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega: Canterbury Club (3i ; G.M.A.B. (31 ; Sound and Fury (3); Student NEA (31; University Party (t); Y.W.C.A. (4). Rome, Ga. iinselor (4); Y.D.C. GRIFFIN, CARL HENDERSON A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi .Alpha Thria: Oricntatii GRIFFIN, CURTIS PARKS U.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. GRIFFIN, MARTHA COLTRANE A.B. IN ENGLISH. University Chorus (31; Wo Y.W.C ' .A. (3. 4). GRODSKY, PETER P. Durham B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Ton Kpsihm Phi: Hil ' el Fonn dation (1, 2, 3. 4); Monogram Club (3. 4); Swimming (1. 2. 3, 4i; Y.D.C. (1, 2.): Y.M.C.A. (1. 2). GROOME, LINDA LEE High Point A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Laurinburg Handbook (3); 232 GRUBB, NANCY SOUTHWICK WestHeld, N. J. GUFFEY, DON WILLIAM Forest City B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kapixi Alphii .- Baptist Student Union (3); G.M.A.B. (3); University Party (3, I). GUMS, HENRY LEE B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Roanoke Rapids HADDAD, GEORGE MILTON, JR. A.B. IN HISTORV. Alpha Epsilon lulln Club (1, 2). ; IMIn Kinston Phi Aliihn: Canterbury HAFER, MARY SUZANNE A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omim, : Uni 3. 4). versify Hickory Tarty (3. 4) : V.W.C.A. HAILE, JANE MONROE Woshington, D. C. A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Kniipri llrlln: Caiiterhiirv Club (3. t) ; Cardboard 13); Student Party (3, 11: Y.W.C.A. (3, t). HALE, SALLIE COTTEN Ploinfield, N. J. B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Campus Cliristian Council (4): Canterbury Club (3. 41 : Cardboard (3. 4): Sound and Fury (4); Splasb Club (8). HALL, DOUGLAS HINES Greensboro HALL, JAN MICHAEL A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Si; il HALL, JEAN HUTTO A.B. IN HISTORV. V.W.C.A. (3). Aliihu; V.U.C. (1. 2. 3. II Roanoke Rapids Durham HALL, KEN NETH TINSLEY, JR. B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. I ' i Kapfm Alpha: Orienlatii mittee (4); Orientation Counselor (2. 3); Student Government University Party (L 2. 3, n. HALLYBURTON, PATRICIA SPENCER A.B. IN EDUCATION. HAMAD, AWNI MOHAMAD Rocky Mount B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. HAMER, JOHN W., JR. Maxton B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. HAMER, PATRICIA DOUGLAS Lenoir A.B. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Kappa lianima: CUSC (3): G.M.A.B. (3, 41: Student Government (3i; Student NE. (3); Student Party (3. 4); V.D.C. (3); V.W.C.. . (3. li. McColl, S. C. HAMILTON, NANCY CAROLYN Chalybeote Springs A.B. IN FRENCH. Baptist Student Union (ll; Dorriiitorv Executive Council: Pliilanthropic . sseinbly (3. 4): University Party (I): V.D.C. (3, 4). HAMILTON, PHILLIP RONALD A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pli, Mn Alpha: Band (1, 2. 3. 41. HAMMES, ELMORE, MARTIN Hendersonville B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Drila sii ma Pi: Newman Club (3. 4). HARDEE, LEWIS JEFFERSON, JR. Southport A.B. IN RADIO. TELEVISION AND MOTION PI TURES. Carf lina I ' lavmakers (2. ti; Cosmopolitan Club (]); IDC (I); .Men ' s Glee Club (3. I): Sound and Fury (2. IC WUNC (I): V.M.C.A. (1). HARDING, BENJAMIN RENNY HARDISON, ROSSIE PINKNEY, JR. Mocksville Wallace Baptist Student HARDY, IRA MAY Student Leftislatur Raleigh (1); Student HARE, JEFFREY AVERILL Ann Arbor, Mich. B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Phi Gaiiniia lirlta. Corresponriinp: .Secretary (3. 4): Bipartisan Selections Board (2): Gorgon ' s Head; Men ' s Honor Council (1. 2. 3); Student Legislature; University Party. HARRELL, BETTY DARE Carrboro A.B. IN EDUCATION. HARRIS, ALAN MOORE Raleigh B.S. IN ' BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellow- ship (1, 2. 3, 4). HARRIS, GARY REEVES Asheville A.B. IN HISTORY. Baptist Student Union (3. 4); Track (3): V.M.C.A. (3). HARRIS, JOHN CRAWFORD Nossau, Bahamas B IN HISTORY. Alpha Tnii Omeon; Canterbury Club (1); Cheer- leader (2); Football (1); IDC (1): Monogram Club (2, 3. 4); Ram niid Ewe (3, 4); Soreer (I. 21; Sound and Fur)- (2, 3. I); Track (1); Uni- versity Party (1. 21; Y.R.C. (1. 2); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. .3, 4). HARRIS, KENNETH RHYNE Statcsville BS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi: Baptist Stu- dent Union (3, 1); Cardboard (3. 4); State Student Legislature (3, t) ; Student Party (3. H; Y.D.C. (4). Canterbury Club (1 Henderson ; Y.M.C.A. HARRI5, LEON JOHNSON, JR. A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Theta Chi (2. 3. 4). HARRIS, MARY BEN A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Chemi.stry Club (2. HARRISON, HENRY THEO, JR. Draper A.B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. WUNC (2, HARRISS, HERBERT HENRY B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Canterbury Club (1 versity Party (3, ti IFC (I. Wilson , Secretary ' ( t) ; ); Orientation Counselor (4); Uni- HART, WILLIAM ARDLEY B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Eta Foyetfeville listn- Club (2, 3. 4). HARTZOG, MARY LOUISE Greenwood, S. C. B IN EDUCATION. Delta Delta Delta, Vice-President; Orientation Counselor (4); Student Legislature (3. 4); University Club, Secretary (3, t); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). HARVEY, MARY ANN Sheffield, Ala. A.B IN ENGLISH. Alpha Delta Pi: Carolina Playmakers (3): O.M.A.B. (3); NSA (4); Orientation Counselor (4); Student Government (4); Student Legislature (3); University Party (3. 4»; WUNC (4). HATCHER, WADE LEMUEL, JR. B.S. IN BUSINE.SS ADMINISTRATION. Y.M.C.A. (I HATHAWAY, CURTIS H. 3, I), Co-Captaii Asheville Norfolk, Va. (4) ; Monogram HATLEY, GURNIE ERNEST, JR. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student NEA, Tr HAWKINS, HERBERT HENRY, JR. A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Kappa Sigma: C (3); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. t). Camp Lejeune University Party HAYER, LARRY WILSON Konnapolis B S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Alpha Phi Omega: Cosmopolitan Club (3); Wesley Foundation (2, 3); WUNC (1); Y.R.C. (1). HAYES, JACK AYCOCK A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. HAYES, LAWRENCE DOUGLAS B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Phi Beta Kappa: Sigma Gan (2, 3, 1); V.M.C.A. (1. 21. Rocky Mount Kernersville i Epsiloii: Wrestling HAYES, MICHAEL KELLY Greensboro B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi : Cardboard (1. 2, 3); IDC (I. 2. 31. Treasurer; IDC Honorary Society (2, 3, 4); Men ' s Glee Club (L 2); Student Council (1. 2); Student Party O. 2, 3. I): Wrestling (L 21. HEARNE, JOHN LEE, JR. B.S. IN GEOLOGY. HEARNE, WANDA LAYNE A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student NEA (4); Women ' s Yarketit Ynek C3). HEDRICK, JOAN REID A.B. IN SPANISH. Delta Delta Delta. HEITMAN, HENRY NADING, JR. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigh tian Council. Secretary (3); DeMolay CL 2. 3. 4) HELMS, CHARLES FRANKLIN B.S. IN Bi;SINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Si Club (3, 4); Cardboard (3, 41; Y.D.C. (3. 4). Denton Konnapolis ulbook ( a ) ; Tampa, Fla. Winsfon-Salem Monroe Accounting 234 HELMS, HAROLD PARKS A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Chi Phi: University Party (3 HEMINGWAY, MARTHA DIANA Elizabethtown Wesley Foundation (3); HEMSTREET, ELEANOR Augusta, Go. A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Alpha Theto; Dailii Tar Hn-l (II; Lutheran Student As,sociation (.s. I): Y.W.C.A. (.s. 1). HENDERSON, PERRIN CHARLES Charlotte A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Cardboard (I. 2); Mono- gram Club (2, 3, 4): Track (1, 2); University Party (3. 1); WrestlinK (1. 2. 3. 41. HENDERSON, WILLIAM DOUGLAS Ellerbe A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Cross Country (2. 3. 4) : Monogram CJuh (3. 41 ; Student NEA (3. 11. President (4); Track (1, 2, 3, 4); University Party (1, l : Ynrkftii Yack (41. HENSON, BRUCE LANE B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. HERNDON, GLORIA GAYE A.B. IN HISTORY. Y.R.C. (3); Y.W.C.A. (3). HERRING, BENJAMIN CASEY, JR. w Delta: Gorg Canton FayeHeville Goldsboro Head (3. 1) : Men ' s HERRING, PAUL DONALD Clinton A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Eta Sigma; Siama Alpha Delta: Order of the Old Well (3. »): Cardboard (2); Carolina Handbook. Editor (3). .Assistant Editor (4): Publications Board (3); We ' ey Foundation (1); Yacketil Yack (2); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3. 4). Vice-President (3). HICKMAN, WILLIAM ELLIOTT Southport A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Delta Si ' ima Pi: Baptist Student Union (1); Dormitory Vice-President (3); IDC (4). HIGHSMITH, JAMES MILTON Robersonville A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Beta Kappa: Y.M.C.A (1). HIGHT, BRUCE FURMAN Henderson B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. HILL, JOSEPH ELWOOD Deep Run B.S. IN Bl ' SINKSS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Phi Omerja. HILL, QUENTON HERBERT High Point A.B. IN RADIO. TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. HINSON, CLAUDE SIMS, JR. Belmont B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Lambda Chi Alpha. HOBBS, S. LEGARE A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega: Canterbur Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). Club (3, 4); Uii HOBSON, JANE GREGORY A.B. IN EDUCATION. StudcTlt NEA (4): HOFFNER, PAUL ROTHROCK A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Yadkinville Wesley Foundation (4). Salisbury HOFLER, BETTY CAROLYN Gatesville A.B. IN EDUCATION. Cardboard (L 2. 3. I); Dormitory Secretary ' (3). Vice-President (41 ; United Student Fellowship (1, 2, 3, 41; Y.R.C. (i) ; I ' .W.C.A. (L 2, 3. II. HOLBROOK, JOSEPH DONALD Charlotte . .B. IN EN(;LISH. Wesley Foundation (3. 4). HOLLAND, C. GEHRMANN, II Beaufort Stotesville Pi: Lutheran Roleigh (1). HOLLAND, MAX KERMIT HOLMES, STACY MORGAN B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Phi Eta HOLT, LEONIDAS CAUSEY Julian B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Alpha Phi Omega: Order of the Grail (4); Dormitory President (3): IDC (3); Morehead Scholar: Student Government (2, 3, 4) ; Student Legislature (3) ; Student Party (2, 3, 4). 235 HONDROS, JOHN LOUIS Winston-Salem A.B. IN HISTORY. HOOD, BRUCE RAY Lenoir B.S. TX BrSINP:SS AD.MIMSTRATIOX. Wesley Foundation (2). HOOD, JAMES RAEFIELD Dover A.B. IN HISTORY. HOOPER, FRANK ROSS B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Alpha Kapi a Pxi HOOVER, CHARLES EVANS B.S. IN Bl ' SINESS ADMINISTRATION. Y.M.C.A. (I. HOPKINS, DOROTHY JEAN A.B. IN EDUCATION. O.M.A.B. Yaek (t). Reidsville IDC (2). High Point , 3). Elizabeth City Stuilent NEA CI. 1) : Yiirketij HOPKINS, NINA CABELL A.B. IN EN(;LISH. Chi nw (3); University Party (3, l)i Y.W.C.A. HORD, GEORGE VAN BUREN A.B. IN JOURNALISM. I ' res.s Ciub (3, i) . Atlanta, Go. snterbury tlul) (3, (i ; Splasli Club Kings Mountain Sanford HORNER, WILLIAM EDWIN, JR. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Siriiiin Phi Epsilon : Daily Tar Heel (2, 3); Unive sity Party (2). HOTELLING, GEORGE ALFRED Chopel Hill B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. HOUSER, WAYNE LOGAN Vale B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Simiiu Pi. HOWARD, LINDA Alexandria, Va. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Delta: Canterbury Club (3, 4); Orienta tion Coun.selor (4) : University Party (4) : Women ' s Honor Council (4) ; Women ' s Resitienoe Council (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (8. 4). HUBBARD, JOHN WHITE A.B. IN .lOURNALISM. Press Club (4). HUDSON, BLAINE STEVEN A.B. IN ENGLISH. HUGHES, JOSEPH PEREY B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Wilkesboro Zirconia Ash HUNNICUTT, JOHN EDWARD San Marino, Calif. A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chi Pxi. Secretary; Cbeerleader (l); Orientation Counselor (3. 41 ; Semper Fidelis Society (3, 4); University Party CI. 4); WUNC (1); Y.M.C.A. (2, 3, 4). HUNTINGTON, CHARLES RIDDELL Spartonburg, S. C. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Psi, President; Order of the Grail (3. 41 ; Caro lina Symposium (3); IPC (3. 4): Orientation Coun.selor (3); Student Government (1. 2, 3. 4); Student Legislature (2, 3): Swimming (1); University Party. HUNTINGTON, JOHN FREDRICK Atkinson B.S. IN .SCIENCE TEACHING. HUNTRESS, JUDITH GAY A.B. IN MATHE.MATICS. Band. Majorette ( Council (4); Pbilantbropic Assembly (3. I); Y.R.C. (4). HURST, ELIZABETH MORGAN A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Kiippa Delta: Student Foundation (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (.3, 4). HURT, EDITH FOLGER .■ .li. IN K(()N()M1( S. Kapim Kappa Gamma, Recording Secretary (4); G.M.. .B. iiii; Orientation Conunittee (4); University Party (3. 4); Wesley Foundation (3); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). HUSBANDS, CECILIA ANNE Cliapel Hill A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Alpha Thetn; Phi Beta Kappa: Cardboard (2) ; Newman Club (2, 3, 4), Secretary (2); Student Party (4); Y.D.C. (2); Y.W.C.A. (2, 3). HUSEIN, FAIZ A. B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Cosmopolitan Club. HUSKE, PATRICIA PEMBERTON Fayetteville A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega: Canterbun ' Club (3, 4 ; Student NE. (3, 4); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). Suffern, N. Y. Roanoke Rapids rty (3, 4) ; Wesley Cheraw, S. C. Raleigh HUTCHISON, ALLIE A. Winston-Salem A.B. IN FX ' ONOMK-S. Tli. ' ln rhi; IFC (2, 3). INGLE, CLYDE REID Whitsett A.H. IN I ' Ol.ITKAL SCIF.NCK. INMAN, FRANKLIN POPE, JR. Sanford A.B. IN CHEMISTRY, (hi I ' lii: IhUii Plii Alplm. Vice-Piesident ; Band (1. 2); Chemi. ' itry Club (4): University Club (2. 3), President (3i. ISELEY, THOMAS RUFFIN Greensboro A.B. IN SOCIOLOCiV. G.M.A.B. (li; Mens Clee Club (1. 2. 3); Sounil and Fury (11; Westminster Fellowship (1. 2. 3, 4): Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. 3. 4i. JACKSON, BYRON RAY Dunn B..S. IN BUSINESS ADMIXISTKATION. V.D.C. (t). JACKSON, MARGARET LEE A.B. IN EDUCATION. Aliilia Gun Boca Raton, Fla. »(■ (((,■ Canterbury Club; Student JACKSON, ROSE MARIE Weaveryillc B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. JACOBSEN, ERIC G. Hollywood, Fla A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Pi Lamhila Phi. President. Secretary; AFROTt Drill Team (1. 2. 3): Arnold Air .Soi ' ietv (3); IFC (2. 3. 4); Seabbanl and Blade (3). JAMES, JAMES FRANKLIN Liberty A.B. IN COMPARATIVE LITERATURE. Alpha Epsiloi) Delta; Alpha Phi Omega; IDC (3) ; Student Party (2. 3) ; University Club (2) ; Y.D.C. (1. 2); Y.M.C.A. (I JAMES, RICHARD SHULL Wilmington A.B. IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES. Dialectic Senate (1, 2) : State Student Legislature (2); V.D.C. (1. 2. 3, 4). JAMISON, VICTOR GRAHAM, JR. Dover, Del. B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS, ' hi Kla Siiima. JARRELL, SANFORD JAMES, JR. A.B. IN ENliLISH. Chi Phi: New ling. Norfolk, Va. versity Party; W ' rest- JENKINS, ELIZABETH COLEMAN Kinston A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega; Band (3); Canterbury Club (3. 4); Student NEA (3. 4); University Partv (3. 4); Women ' s Residence Council (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). JENNINGS, EDWARD N. New Brunswick, N. J. B.. . IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Siiyma Nil, Treasurer (H; Orientation Counselor (4i; Sound and Fury (3, 4); University Party ( tl ; Y.M.C.A. (1. 21. JERNIGAN, RAYMOND ELBERT B.S. IN BUSINESS AD.MINISTRATION. Coots JOHNSON, BETTY KAYE Hopkinsville, Ky. A.B. IN SOCIOLGCiY. Alpha Gamma Delta; Angel Flight (3. 4); G.M.A.B. (3); Orientation Counselor (4); Student Legislature (3. 4); Student Party (3, 4); University Chorus (3); Wesley Foundation (3, 41 ; Yarkelii Yark (3); Y.W.C.A. (3. II. JOHNSON, DAN ROMMIE Winston-Solem B.S. IN BUSINESS . DMIN1STRATI()N. Rela Gamiiid Sitimii. Treas urer; Phi Beta Kaptia; Phi EUl Si(tmfi. JOHNSON, DIANA RUTH Asheboro A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha Delta Pi; Angel Flight (4) ; Graduation Marshal (3); NS.V (4); Panhellenic Council, President (4); Student Government (3, 41 ; Student Legislature (3, 4) : University Party (3, 4) ; Wesley Foundation (3): Y.W.C.A. 13, 4). JOHNSON, EDGAR RUSSELL B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. ROTC (1. Robersonville Y.M.C.A. (IJ. Fuquay Springs ing SecretaiT (2). Treas- id (1, 2, 3); Orientation JOHNSON, HAROLD WESTON, JR. B.S, IN PHYSICS. Alpha Phi CIme.iia. urer (3). Pre.sident (4); Delta Vpsilo Counselor (2, 3). JOHNSON, JAMES FRANKLIN Thomasville B.S. IN lUSlNK. ' S AD.MINISTRATION. Lambda Chi Alpha; IFC; ()riiMitatii ii ( ' (iiiiriiittec : iirientation Counselor; Student Legislature; .Student Party; liiiversity Club. JOHNSON, JOHNNY RICHARD Angier B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Baptist Student Union (1. 2); Ba.seball (1, 3, 4); Monogram Club (4); Student Party (4); Y.D.C. (I); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2). JOHNSON, LORAN ARMSTRONG Asheville A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Kappa Epsilou: Phi Eta Sigma; Order of the Sheiks (4) ; Canterbury Club (1) ; Dailu Tar Heel (1) : University Party (4); Y.M.C.A. (2). JOHNSON, ROSALIND TOY Chapel HIM B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL. RELATIONS. Kappa Delta; Baptist Student Union (3, u. Secretary (4); G.M.A.B. (3); Orientation Counselor (4); Panhellenic Council (4), Treasurer (4); Student Council (4); Student Party (3): Vacketv Yuck (8, 4). Student Life Editor (4). Managing Editor (4). 237 JOHNSON, WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, JR. Statesville A.B. IN PSVCHOLOOY. Iota Iota Iota (1. 2, 3), President (3); Dormi- ton,- Manager (2, 3, 4); IDC (2); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3. 4). JOHNSON, WILLIAM RHODES A.B. IN KDltATION. IDC (2. 3, 4 ; Y.D.C. (1). Yanceyville JOLLY, WILLIAM OSCAR, III Ayden A.B. IN HISTOKY. Altiha Phi Omega: University Party (1, 2); Y.D.C. (2. 3): Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). JONES, CARTER RANDOLPH Durham . .B. IN KNCLISH. Pi Kappa Alpha; Cheerleader (3, 4), Head Cheer- leader (I); .Student Covernment : University Club; University Party: Y.M.C.A. JONES, GEORGE A., JR. Gorner B.S. IN Bt SINK..SS ADMINISTRATION. IDC (3). JONES, JERRY LEE Roleigh A.B. IN Hl.STORY. Sigma A ' li. JONES, SANDRA MARION Kannapolis JONES, TIMOTHY L. Newport . .B. IN KADIO. TF.I.KVISION AND MOTION PICTCRKS. JOSEY, LUCY CAROL Bartow, Ga. A.B. IN KDl ' t ATION. Delta Delta Delta: University Party {3, 4); Vark-etil Ynik (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). JUSTICE, JAMES LEE A.B. IN K.N(;l.ISH. Raleigh Winston-Salem KATZIN, ALFRED JULIAN B.S. IN BCSINKSS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Lambda Phi, Himsi ' aser (21. Treasurer (3). V ire-President (4); Daili Tar Heel (I. 2 AdvertisiTiK Manafier (2, 3. 41; IFC (3); Publications Board (li. KECK, MAX WILSON A.B. IN KRKNCH. Durha KEITH, ALLENE COATS Wilmington . .B. IN KDl ' ( ATION. Chi Omega: Orientation Counselor (4); Pan- liellenic Handluxik. Kditor; Student NEA (4); University Party (3, 4); Yacketg Yark (3); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). KEITH, MARY ANN Wilmington A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega: Orientation Counselor (4); Pan- bellenic Council (4); Student NEA; University Party (3, 4); Yarketii Yack (3) ; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). KELLAM, DOROTHY DOUGLASS Belle Haven, Va. A.B. IN ENGMSH. C ' hi Omega, Vice-President (4) ; Valkyries (3, I). Secretary (4i; Canterhurv Club (3. 4); Orientation Committee (4): Student l.efrislature (3. 11 ; University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). KEMM, ERNST WATSON BISCHOFF New York, N. Y. B.S. IN BCSINKSS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Viisiloii: V.R.C. KENAN, THOMAS STEPHEN, IV Durham A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Alpha Tnii Omega: Canterbury Club; O.M.A.B.; Orientation Counselor (3, 4); Soccer; Student Legislature (2, 3, 4); University Party; Y.M.C.A. KENDRICK, HAROLD DEE A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. KILLIAN, LEONARD MARION A.B. IN .lOURNALIS.M. Y.M.C.A. (1). Spray Hickory KIMEL, JACOB DANIEL, JR. Winston-Salem B.S. IN PHYSICS. Delta Phi Alpha: Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Eta Sigma. KINCEY, HERBERT F., JR. A.B. IN KNdl.ISH. Sigma Alfiha Epsih, KING, HARMON JOE, JR. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINI.STRATION. Chorlotte Charlotte Y.M.C.A. KING, J. BRUCE, II Matthews A.B. IN EN(;l,ISH. KING, JAMES BROWN, JR. Asheboro B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Orientation Counselor (3, 4); Stuilent l ' art (3. ii; Wesley Foundation (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (I). 238 KING, MARVIN B. Raleigh A.B. IN JOURNALISM. KING, WILLIAM OLIVER Loulsburg A.B. IN KNGMSH. Knppn Alpha: Canterbury Club (I, 2, 3); Ihiily Tar Heel (1, 2, 3), Sports Editor (2, 3); G.M.A.B. (1, 2); Orientation Com- mittee (4); Orientation Counselor (2, 3); Universitv Party (1. 2, 3, 4); WCHL (2). Sports Publicity (3); Y.D.C. (I, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4). KIRKMAN, ALVIN LARKIN High Point A.B. IN HISTORY. Order of the Grail; Campus Christian Council; Wesley Foundation. KIRSCHNER, HARRY CULBERTSON A.B. IN ANTHROPOLOGY. Cosmopolitan Club (3, 41 Chapel Hill Dailu Tar Heel Statesville inna Delta; Student Party (3); KNOX, ANNE GRAHAM A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). KNOX, ROBERT JOSEPH Salisbury B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Sigma Chi, Treasurer (4); AFROTC (1, 2, 3, 4); University Party; Y.M.C.A. (I). KOESTLER, SALLY MOORE A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Student NEA (3). Ahoskie Asheville KOONTZ, CONLEY DAVID B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. KOONTZ, DONALD NED Elkin B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Lambda Chi Alpha; Student Party (3, 4); Tennis (1, 2); Y.D.C. (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2, 3. 4). Winston-Salem President (4); IFC Rich Square LACY, EMMETT HOWELL, JR. B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Siaina CI (4); University Club (II; University Party (4). LANE, JAMES GARLAND, JR. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. LANG, JUDITH DAVIS Ayden A.B. IN HISTORY. Carolina Symposium (I); Student Party (1, 2); Westminster Fellowship (2); Yacketu J ' nc -, Honorarj ' Editor (2), Beauty Co Editor (1); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3). LANG, MELVIN EDWARD Ayden A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. LASLEY, JOHN ARCHIE, JR. Winston-Salem B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Chi Psi. Treasurer (3). Vice- President (4); AFROTC (1, 2. 3, 4); Cardboard (1); G.M.A.B. (3); Student Party (I); University Party (8. 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). LASSITER, JACOB DONNELL Burlington A.B. IN ENGLISH. .S ' isma A ' h; University Party (3. 4). LASSITER, MARTHA CAROLINE Rich Square A.B. IN EDUCATION. Baptist Student Union (3, 4); Dormitory Vice- President (3, 4); G.M.A.B. (3); Splash Club (3); Y.W.C.A. (8, 4). LAW, ROBERT BOWDEN Winston-Solem A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Siffwin Alpha Epsilon. LAYDEN, JOSEPH CALVIN, JR. Hertford A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. LAYER, HOWARD PAUL Monhosset, N. Y. B.S. IN PHYSICS. LAYNE, JENNIE BLOW Smithfield A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Campus Chest Committee. Secretary (3); Dailu Tar Heel (4); Orientation Counselor (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). LAYTON, GARRETT SIPPLE Bridgeville, Del. B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. NROTC; Sound and Fury (3); Swimming (1). LAZARUS, JACOB Kings Mountain B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Baptist Student Union (1); G.M.A.B. (1, 2); Y.D.C. (4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). LEE, ROBERT WALKER Salisbury B.S. IN BUSINESS AD.MINISTRATION. Phi Eta Sigma ; IDC. LEFEBURE, CHRISTIAN EMILE Elmhurst, N. Y. A.B. IN COMPARATIVE LITERATURE. Carolina Playmakers (1); Carolina Quarterly (2), Editor (3); Publications Board (3); Y.D.C. (3). 239 LEFKOWITZ, LOUIS HIRSCH A.B. IN HIST( RV. Toil Epsilon Hillel Foundation (1. 2. 3, 4) Government (4); Swimming (1) LEFLER, WADE HAMPTON, JR. A.B. IN KNCil.l. H. Kaiipii Alpha Spring Valley, N. Y. Phi: German Langua ce Club (1, 2); Orientation Counselor (4); Student y.D.C. (1. 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3. Newton Eta Sigma: Order of tlie Old Class President {3} ; Men ' s Honor Council nselor (3. 4); Student Government (2, 3); Uni- versity Party (1. 2. 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). LEFTWICH, STANLEY GRANT Mount Airy A.B. IN KCONOMICS. Alpha Kappa Psi: Alpha Phi Omega: Football (1, 2, 3, 41; Monogram Club (3, 4); Wrestling (3, 4). LEONARD, EVELYN RUTH Dorset, Vt. A.B. IN F.NGl.ISH. Kappa Delta; Daily Tar Heel (3); Orientation (ounselor (I); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). LEONARD, ROBERT McDOUGAL Hendersonville A.B. IN KDUCATION. Delta Upsilon: Orientation Counselor (2 : Stu- dent NKA (3. 11 ; Westminster Fellowship (1, 2. 3. 4); V.R.C.; Y.M.C.A. LEWIS, BARBARA ANN Darien, Conn. A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Carolina Handbook. Section Editor (31; G..M.A.B. (3. II ; Orientation Counselor (4); Sound and Fury (3, 41; Splash Club (3. 4); Student Government (4); Student Party (4); Westmin.ster Fellowship (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). LEWIS, CYNTHIA KATHERINE Wilmington . .B. IN Kl)r( ATION. Baptist Student Union (3. 4) : .Student NKA (3. H: Student Party (3, 41; Y.D.C. (4); Y.W.C.A. (3). LEWIS, WILLIAM WOOTEN Richmond, Vo. A.B. IN I ' OI.lrU AI. SCIF.NCE. Chess Club (2. 3, 4). LIGHT, JAMES MADISON, JR. Leaksville A.B. IN RADIO. TKI.EVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. WUNC-TV (4). Great Neck, N. Y. LINDSEY, GORDON HUNTER B.S. N BUSINESS AD.MINISTRATION. Siymo Phi Epsilon: Arnold Air Society (i, 2l; Cardboard (1. 2); Ram and Kue: Taniatiuii (li; Y., 1.C.A. (II. LITTLE, JAMES THOMAS, JR. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sioiiu (1, 2. 3. 4i; Orientation Counselor (4); Y.M.C. LOHR, LAWRENCE LUTHER, JR. B.S. IN IIIE.MISTRY. Al jha Chi Sigma: Delta Phi Greenville nterburv Club Raleigh Alpha: Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Eta Sigma: Sigma Phi Epsilun: Chemistry Club (1. 2) ; IDC (I); Lutheran Student Association (1. 2, 3, 4); Men ' s Glee Club (1). LOMAX, JOHN WILLIAM B.S. IN (iEOLOGY. Smma I (2. 31. Charlotte Sound and F ' ury (3); University Club Blanch LONG, JAMES MONROE A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Chi Psi: Football. Manager (1, 2. 3, 41. Head Manager (4); Monogram Club (41; Student Council (2. 3, 4); University Party (2. 3); Wesley Foundation (1. 2. 3. 4i. Vice-President (3); Y.D.C. (4): Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3. 4). LONG, JERRY ALEXANDER B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Sign Burlington • Party (1. LONG, MARY WILSON Greenville A.B. IN EDUCATION. ' Beta Phi: Cheerleader (4); Student Govern- ment 141; Student NEA (3. 4); University Club (3. II; University Party (41 ; ' .W.C.A. LONG, THOMAS VEACH, II Thomosville A.B. IN CHEMISIK . Order ot the Old Well (3. 4); Band (1, 2); CUSC, President ili; Debate ( ouncil (2. 3. 41; Orientation Counselor (2. 3. 41; Philanthropic- . ssenihlv (2. 3); Publications Board (3); Ram and Ewe (3. Ii; State Student Legislature (2. 31; Student Government (L 2. 31; Student Legislature (2. 3); Student Party (1. 2. 31; Tennis (11; Y.M.C.A. II. 21. LOTZ, DANIEL MILTON Northporf, N. Y. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Order of the Grail (2, 3. 41; Baptist Student Union (1. 2. 31; Basketball (1. 2. 3. 4); Monogram Club (1, 2. 3, 4); Student Party C3i. LOVE, BETTY JUANITA A.B. IN ENGLISH. LOVE, LINDA LEIGH A.B. IN PSYCII0I.(K;Y. Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). LOWE, LESTER VINCENT, JR. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Chi Party (3. 4i. Wilmington Chadbourn IFC (II ; University LOWDER, ROBERT ESTUS Konnopolis B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi: Dormitory President (31; IDC (2, 8); Lutheran Student A.ssociation (4). LUCAS, ROY LEE A.B. IN JOURNALIS.M. Y.D.C. (4). Star Heel (3); University Party (3i; LUESING, WILLIAM HENRY, JR. Huntington, W. Vo. B.S. IN ECONO.MICS. Delta Kappa Epsilon: Gorgon ' s Head (31; IFC (II ; Track (2); University Party (3); Y.M.C.A. (3). 240 LUKENS, DEBORAH SLOAN Wollingford, Pa. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Alpha Tlieta ; Stray Greeks; Canterbury Club : Cosmopolitan Club LYNN, JOYCE EVELYN A.B. IN KDCCATION. LYON, BOYCE MARION B.S. IN CHE-MISTRY. Alpha Chi LYON, DAPHNE SHEETS 3): Sound and Fury: W.A.A.; Y.W.C.A. Raleigh Trophill Huntington, W. Va. i: . ' plasli Club (3); Stu- LYON, JOHN DAILEY A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. .Si»»io Phi Epsiloti. McCAIN, ROBERT MAXWELL, JR. A.B. IN EDl ' CATION. Student NEA C). 4): V.M.C.A. (1. 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Phi Kappa Sinma, Vice-President (4); Newman Club (1. 2, 3, 41: Wrestling (li; V.M.C.A. (1. 21. McGUIRE, ROGER KILBY Boone A.B. IN ENGLISH. Sabre Air Cumniand. McGURK, HELEN MALLARY Durham A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Ihlta Pi: Carolina Sympo.sium (3. 4i; Tennis (31: University Club (31; University Party (3. 4); V.W.C.A. (3, 4). MclNNIS, HENRY LEON Goldsboro MclNTYRE, NEAL DUNCAN A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. McKEE, JOHN SASSER, III A.B. IN HISTORV. Ztta Psi: Canterbury Club (1, 2, 3, 41; mittee (2); Golf (1. 2. 3. 4): .Monogram Club (3, 4); Counselor (2). McKINNON, PATSY WOOD Mcknight, edward wiley, jr. A.M. IN KN(H,ISH. McLAMB, POLLY ANNE McLESTER, WILLIAM DUMAS Rockingham A.B. IN ENGLISH. .Alpha Epsilnn Delta: Phi Beta Kappa: Orientation Counselor (2), Red Oak Morganton Dance Com Orientation Chapel Hill 241 McNAVLL, WILLIAM DRESSER, JR. Charlotte B.S. I PHVSICS. Baseball (1); CUSC (1); Student Government (1, 2); Student Legislature (1, 2); Student Party (1. 2, 3); Westminster Fel- lowship (1, 2, 3, 4). McNEELY, RICHARD POPE Statesville A.B. IN HISTOKV. Football (1). M cPHERSON, HENRY CLAY High Point B.S. IN Bl ' SINESS .ADMINISTRATION. Dormitory Manager (2, 3); Student Government (4). MACKAY, JOHN HAROLD B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. MACKEY, ALFRED BURTON, JR. Greensboro Charlotte B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi; Universitv Chorus (1, 2. 3. 41. MacLEOD, ALYCE ANNE A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Fayetteville Deltu Pi; G.M.A.B. (3); Y.W.C.A. (3). MADDREY, THOMAS PARKER MADDUX, MASON RANDOLPH, JR B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Tli,ta Chi MALCOLM, JAMES BLAIR B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Counselor; LTniversity Party; Y.M.C.A. 3, 4); Y.R.C. (1, 2). Pi Kappa Alpha; Orientatii MARGOLIS, HERMAN ALBERT St. Pauls A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma. MARKHAM, ROBERT WADE Apex A.B. IN CHEMISTKV. Alpha Epsilon Delta; Dormitory Secretary Treasurer (3), President (4); Student Party (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (3. 4). MARTIN, JAN BAILEY Mayodan B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Baptist Student Union (1, 2. i ; Men ' s Glee Club (3. 4). MARTIN, ROBBIE CECILE Jacksonville, Flo. Angel Flight; University MARTIN, SARA ANNE Atlanta, Ga. A.B. IN HISTORY. Chi Omega; Orientation Coun.selor; Splash Club; University Party: Ynrkety Yark; Y.W.C.A. MARX, LINDA JEAN A.B. IN EDUCATION. Hillel Foundatii W.A.A. (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). Great Neck, N. Y. (8); Student NEA (3. 4): MASSEY, CHARLES KNOX, JR. Durham B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Zeta Psi; Gimghoul i3. H; NROTC; Orientation Counselor (4); Y.M.C.A. MATHESON, CARL LAFAYETTE, JR. Taylorsville A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Dormitory Presi dent (3); IDC (3); Orientation Coun.selor (4): Philanthropic AsseiTiblv (3, 4); Soccer (1); Y.D.C. (1, 2). MATHEWS, ROBERT SIMON Hertford A.U. IN IMil.riK Al, StlKN( E. Alpha Epsilon Delta; Alpha Phi Omega, Vice Presidciit ; Suniu: . u : Baptist Student Union (1. 2, 3. 4); Campus Christian Council (4); G.M.A.B. (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (3, 41; Student Government (1, 2. 3, 4); Student Party (1, 2. 3. 4); Y.D.C. il, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3. 4). MAULDIN, BOB R. China Grove B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Chi Phi; IFC (4); Orientation Counselor (3); University Party (3, 4); Y.R.C. (2). MAULDIN, PHILIP BAXTER China Grove A.B. IN HISTORY. Chi Phi; University Party (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. MAXWELL, EDDY LEE Wallace B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. MAY, GEORGE W., JR. Pittsboro B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. MAYDONIS, GEORGE ANDREW Charlotte A.B. IN HISTORY. IDC; Student Party (2, 3). MEEHAN, RICHARD CARL Charlotte A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Cardboard (3); Gimghoul (3); Orientation Committee (4); Publications Board (8. 4); Student Government (3, 4); Swimming (3); Y.D.C. (4). 242 MEGINNIS, GLENNA COLLEEN A.B. I EDUCATION. Cnrnlina Qii (l.M.A.B. (i); Westminster Fellov (1. 2, 3). MERCER, CHRISTOPHER MELCHOR R.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTKATION. Clii Asheville Washington, D. C. Monogram Club CJ, MERRY, FRANCES ROBINSON Augusto, Go. A.H. IN ENGLISH. Chi ( : Canterbury Club (1, 2. 3, l); Orienta- tion Counselor (11; Cniversity Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. METCALF, CLIFTON BLAKE Brevard A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Carolina Cutter (2, 3, 4); NROTC Drum anil Bugle Corps (1. 2): Semper Fidelis Society (3, 4); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); University Orchestra (1. 2. 3, 4). MICHAEL, JERRY High Point B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. MILLEN, DONALD WOFFORD Charlotte B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Delta Theta, President: Fhi Eta nirniia; Order of tlie Old Well; Dance Committee (4); IKC (2, 3. 41. Secretary (3i; Student Council (4); Yacketi Yack (2. 3. 4). MILLER, AUBREY PHILLIP Salisbury B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMNISTRATION. Westminster Fellow.ship II. 2); V.K.C. (1. 2); V.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3). MILLER, ELIZABETH FRANCES Coral Gables, Flo. rientation Counselor (41; Stu- V.W.C.A. (4). MILLER, GERALD WAYNE A.B. IN ENGLISH. Student NEA (1); V.D.C. (2) MILLER, NANCY LOUISE Kensington, Md. A.B. IN EDUCATION. AVrppri Delta; Dormitory Vice-President (3); University Party 13, 4): Westminster Fellowship (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. MILLICAN, JAMES TEX Raleigh B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. MINNICH, GAIL Atlanta, Go. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omer a : Sound and Fury; Splash Club; University Party; Westminster Fellowship; Yacketu Yack; Y.W.C.A. MONROE, CHARLES RAY Salisbury A.B. IN ECONOMICS. MOORE, EVELYN HANES Winston-Salem A.B. IN EDUCATION. Canterbury Club (3, 4); Caroliim QmirterUi (4); Ciroliria Symposium (3); Cosmopolitan Club (3); CM. A.B. (3); Philan- thropic As.sembly (4); Student Government (3, 4); Student NEA (41; Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). MOORE, JAMES EDGAR Greenville U.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Nil, President; IFC (3, II; Orientation Counselor (2. 3, 4); University Party (4). MONTEITH, PHILLIP ELWOOD Raleigh M.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINI.STRAT10N. MONTGOMERY, LESLIE GRAYSON Semoro B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi. MONTGOMERY, MARY ELEANOR Lewisburg, W. Vo. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Carolina Women ' s Council; Dormiton ' President (4); G.M.A.B. (3); Orientation Counselor (4); Student NEA (3, 4); Women ' s Residence Council, Treasurer (4); Y.W.C.A. (3). MOODY, LESLY LYNN Hickory . .l!. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Lambda Delia: Canterbury Club (1. 21; Carolina Symposium (3). MOORE, DON REGINALD A.B. IN HISTOKY. Theta Chi. MOORE, EDWARD EARL .n. IN ENGLISH. Sigma Nu. North Wilkesboro Seatord, Del. Akron, Ohio MOORE, JANE ELIZABETH B.A. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chi 07iiega; Orientation Counselor (4); University Party (3); Women ' s Honor Council (3); Women ' s Residence Council (3) ; Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). MOORE, WILLIAM JAMES U.S. IN PHYSICS. Kappa Alpha. MOORE, WILLIAM JOHN B.S. IN BUSINESS AD.MINISTRATION. 243 Asheboro Charlotte MORGAN, MARY MASE A.B. IN SPANISH. 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Raleigh Winsfon-Salem ri: .Men ' s (dee Burlingame, Calif. My Tarty 13. li. Raleigh Tarboro A.B. IN KNULISH. Zrtii P, i : (dmghoul (2. 3. 4i; Monosram Club (3. II : Swimminf; (1. 2. 3, tl; ' i ' .M.C.A. (1. 2. 31. NELLER, ARTHUR AUGUSTUS, JR. Greensboro B.S. IN BUSINESS AD.MINISTRATION. Bffo Tliefa I ' l. NEVILLE, FRANK EVERETT Cory B.S. IN Bl ' SINKSS AUM I MS IK.V TK IN. Baptist Student Cnion i3i- V.O.C. (3); V.. 1.C.A. (31. NEVILLE, GRAHAM RILEY Enfield •II I ' l: Ii.jiniilcii NEWMAN, FRANCES McNEIL Birmingham, Ala. B.S. IX MATHEMATICS. Delta Dfltii Ih-ltu. Treasurer: Orientation Counselor (4); University Party (3. 4i; ' i ' .W.C.. . (3. n. High Point NEWMAN, MICHAEL STANFORD B.S. IN PHYSICS. NEWTON, MARY FRANCES Raleigh - .B. IN EDUCATION. Kiii,j,ii ll.ltn; (i.. I.A.B. (31: Studeid NE (4i- University Party 13. 41: Yarkitii Ytirk (31. NEWSOME, CHARLES BENJAMIN NEWTON, ROBERT SASSER, JR. U.S. IN HI SINKSS . I)MINISIKA1 ' I0N. NICHOLS, CAROL TOWNSEND NICHOLS, ERMON HAGOOD B.S. IN BUSINE.SS ADMINISTRATION. 244 Greenville ' i; Westminster Wilmington NICHOLS, WILLIAM RANDOLPH Ahoskie A.B. IN KDITATION. liMptist Student Union (1, 2); Student NEA (H. NICHOLSON, SARAH JANE A.M. IV AH) ' . Pi B.lii Phi: V, NISBET, CHARLES RICHARD, III A.R. I KNfil.ISH. Brtd Thila Pi: C, Raleigh :it I ' .irty (3, II: Y.W.C.A. (3, n. Charlotte NORUNGOLO, ANTHONY JAMES Greenville, S. C. B.S. IN BrSlNF.SS ADMINISTKATION. Dt (f( Sioinii Pi: CM. A.B, (II; Newman Clul) (1, 2. +). O ' HARA, JAMES DONALD MICHAEL, V Linden A.B. IN RADIO. TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Alpha Plii Omega: IDC (1); Student Party (2); WUNC-TV (3); Y.D.C. (4i; V.M.C.A. m. O ' KEEFE, EDWARD FRANKLIN A.B. IN rol.ITICAI, S(TF,N( K. OLIVER, DONALD WAYNE B.S. IN CHKMISTKV. Ali ' Ifii i Winston-Salem Sonford V.M.C.A. OLMSTED, MARY MACNIEL Hanover Courthouse, Va. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Deltn (iniiima : Stray Creeks Ci. 11 : Dormitory Secretarj- (4); Uniyersity Clioru.s (3. I). OWEN, SARA ANN Elizabethtown Student Party (3. Ii; OWENS, JOHN BRUCE Norfolk, Va. A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Phi l; nnni i Drltii ; Canterbury Club; Orientation Counselor (2. 3); Student Council I.S. t) ; Student Ooyernment (1. 21; University Party (1, 2. 3, H. PADEN, EUGENIA CLOUD Clemson, S. C. A.B. IN ZOOLOGV. Alphri llrlta Pi: Carolina Symposium (31; NSA ii); University Party (3. n; Westminster Fellowsliip (31; V.W.C.A. (3, 4). PAGE, JOHN EDWARD A.B. IN EDUCATION. PALMER, ELLEN GAIL Smyrna Stamford, Conn. PALMER, WILLIAM LEA Valdese A.H. IN EN(;i,ISH. firllif Kaiiiiii Kiisihm. Viee-President ; Gorgon ' s Head (3. Ii; Order of tlie Minataurs (2. 3. 11. Pre.sirtent (21; Cross Country (1); Track (II; V.M.C.A. (I. 2. 3). PARKER, EUGENE WHITLOCK Albemarle B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. M,ihn Kiiiipa P.ii : Campus (3); G.M.A.B. (3. 4): Student C.overnment (31; V.M.C.A. (2. 3, 4). PARKER, WILLIAM FRANKLIN Stotesville B.S. IN PUBLIC HKALTH. . rmild Air .Society (3, li; Sabre Air Command (.21. PARKS, DENNIS WILLIAM A.B. IN ENGLISH. PARRISH, DAVID GRAHAM B.S. IN BUSINESS AOMIMSTR ATION. PARTRICK, JEREMIAH NOLAN A.B. IN CHEMISTR-i " . PATRICK, JAMES THOMAS B.S. IN HISTORY. Dtlta Ki ' l ' l ' " A " ; ' .-! ' " Arlington, Va. Raleigh Wilmington Hickory Asheboro PATTERSON, FREDRICK BROCTON B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Alphii Kiii ' l " i P " ! : Football (1 PATTISON, M. JOY Short Hills, N. J. . .B. IN IIISIdKV. Carolina Women ' s Council (;i. 1). Vice-President (ll; liifih, Till- Hffl (31; G.M.. .B. (31; Westminster Kellowsbip (3, II; WUNC ( II ; V.W.C.A. (3). Wilson Westminster Fellow PAXTON, WILLIAM COALTER, JR. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. X,l,i Ps sliip (II ; V.M.C.A. (I. 2). PAYNE, JANE MARIE Richmond, Vo. A.B. IN EDUCATION. G.M.A.B. (3): Splasb Club (31; Women ' s Rest dence Council (3): University Chorus (3. 4); V.W.C.A. (31. 245 PEAL, CAROLYN NELL Chodbourn A.Ii. I KDICA ' IIOX. Student NEA (3. I): Y.W.C.A. (:i, t). Greensboro ■• IDC. PEARCE, ROBERT JACKSON, JR. U.S. IN nrSINESS AI)MIN!Srii. TU .tlplin Phi PEARCE, SAMUEL WORTH B.S. I BUSINESS AnMINISTKATION. Hillel Fr Raleigh PEARCE, VIRGINIA ELAINE A.B Sparks, Md. N EDl-CATION. Pi Betri Phi; Cheerleader U) : Splash Club (4): r itv Club ID; ruiver.sitv Partv (3. 4); W.A.A. (3, 41; Women ' s ' CmuK-il (tl; ynrk;t,i Ynrl- (4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). PEARSON, JEANNE SHEPPARD A.B. IN EDUCATION ' . PECK, HARVEY Shelby Durham B.S. IN DENTISTRY. Alphn Epsiloii Delta : Phi Beta Kappa. President; Phi Etii Sii ma. Secretary; Order of Golden Fleece (3. 4); G.M.A.B. (1); Hillel P ' oundation (1. 2, 3. 4); Orientation Counselor (2, 3); Stu- dent Party (1, 2); Y.D.C. (1); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. 3). PEELE, WILLIAM JENKINS Aulonder A.n. IN I ' .DUl ATKIN. Student Party (4); Y.M.C.A. (1). PENDERGRAPH, GWEN GRAY Concord A.B. IN F.NCI.lSIl. Y.W.C.A. Ci i . PENDERGRAPH, ROBERT ADOLPHUS Durham B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi; Dormitory Secretary and Treasurer; IDC (2); Student Party (1); Y.D.C. (1, 2); Y.W.C.A. New Canaan, Conn. PENDLETON, ANNE A.B. IN ENGLISH. Canterbury Club (3. 4); Carolina Quarterhi (4); Cosmopolitan Club (3. 4) ; Sound and Fury (4) : Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). PERRY, NANCY ANN Siler City A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Gamma Delta. PERRY, ROBERT NASTINGS Woshington, D. C. B.S. IN INDI ' S ' nU.M. RELATIONS. Delta Kappa Epsilon : Baseball (11; Carnlin.i Svni|ii inin (3): Daily Tar Heel (I); Student Legislature (2); University Party (1. 2. 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1). PETTY, JOHN N., JR. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. PFEFFERKORN, WILLIAM GOTTHOLDT High Point Winston-Salem (3) ; Debate PHELPS, STEPHEN FOSTER Winston-Salem B.S. IN BUSINF.S.s . l)MINISTRATION. Phi Kappa Siqma. Vice-Presi- dent iti; IDC ' 11; Orientation Counselor (2); Sophomore Class Vice- President (21; Sounil and Fury il); Student Lesislature (1): Univer- sity Party (1, 2). PHELPS, WILLIAM J. A.B. IN POl.riTCAI. SCIENCE. PHILLIPS, GEORGE LEE n.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Delta Sigma Pi. PIGGOTT, BETTY H. A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Chemistry Club (3); Tennis (3). New Berlin, N. Y. Marion Purcellville, Va. PIKE, ALICE CLAIRE Fremont A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student Party (3); W.A.A. (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (4). PITTMAN, JAMES EVANS Williamston A.B. IN lllSTORV. T ni Epsilon Phi, Scribe (3). Vice-President (1); Hillel Fciundation (1. 2. 3. 4): IFC (4): Orientation Counselor (4); l ' liiliinthr(i|iii- Assembly (1. 2, 3, 4); Student Legislature (3); Student Party (I, 3. 4). POOLE, JOHN TERRY Greensboro B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. POPE, CHARLOTTE ANN Albemarle A.B. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Cheerleader (4); Pan- liellenic Council (41; Student NEA (3): University Club (3, 4); Univer- sity Party 13, 41; Yarketu Yark (3. 4); Sorority Editor (4); Y.W.C.A. (3). POPLIN, JOHNNY GASKIN Albemarle B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Pxi. PORTER, DAVID DARLINGTON Atlanto, Ga. B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Canterbury Club (3. 4); Cardboard 4); Chemis- try Club (3); Wesley Foundation (1, 2). 246 POSGATE, LUCY HELEN Weoverville A.H. IN KDUtATION. Christiiin Science Oifranization (3, 1). Sccietao- Treasurer (3); Cosmopolitan Club (U; Doiinitorv F ' resiiieiil (l); Orientation Counselor (4l; Student NEA (4); Student Party (3. I); Women ' s Residence Council (3. 4); V.W.C.A. (3. 4). POTTER, EMILY LAURENCE Wolloce nil],,, Drila; Student NKA; SludcTd I ' Mrty; POTTER, JAMES DANIEL Goldsboro POTTER, RALPH MEREDITH Wilmington A.B. IN l-OLITICAL SCIENCE. Chi Phi: AFROTC Drill Team (1); Baptist Student Union (1): Orientation Counselor (4): Student Covern ment (3. li; Student LeRislature (3); University Party (1, 3, 4): Y.D.C. (4): v.M.r.A. (1, 3. 4). POWELL, JANE LEE Fray A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student NEA (4); Y.D.C. (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). PRICE, JACQUELINE EDMISTEN B.S. IN .MATHEMATICS. Chapel Hill PRICE, ROBERT EDWIN, JR. Reidsville A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Beta Theta Pi; University Party (3). PRITCHETT, HUGH RAINES Louisville, Ky. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Sigma. Treasurer (4); Order of tlie Minataurs (3, 4); Canterbury Club (2. 3. 4); Ram atid Ewe (3. 4), Managing Editor: Student Government (3); University Party (2, 3. 4); Y.R.C. (2, 3. 4); Y.M.C.A. (2. 3, 4). PROCTOR, BARRETT BRIDGER Roanoke Rapids A.B. IN ENOLISH. Delta Delia Delta. Secretary; Orientation Counselor (4): Student Government (3, 4): University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). PROCTOR, JIMMIE CREECH Fuquay Springs A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi (iamma Delta: Canterbury Club (2. 3. 4): Carolina Symposium (2): Fencing Club (2. 3. 4); G.M.A.B. {2, 3); Philanthropic Assembly (2); Y.D.C. (2. 3). PUGH, DONALD LACY Asheboro B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi; Professional Interfraternit y Council. PULTZ, ALAN LAVERNE Greensboro A.B. IN RADIO. TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Chi Psi: Phi Eta Sigma: Carolina Playmakers (1); Carolina Symposium (3); G.M.A.B. (2); Orientation Counselor (3); Sound and Fury (2); Student Government (3, 4); Tennis (I, 2); University Party (S). PURGASON, GERALD GLENN Greensboro Men ' s (ilee PURKS, JAMES HARRIS, III Raleigh A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Chi Phi: Phi Eta Sigma: Order of the Old Well; Daily Tar Heel (2. 3, 4); Monogram Club (2); Soccer (1, 2, 3). RAMBEAU. RUFUS DANIEL Durham B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. RAND, TOM SLADE Fremont . .n. IX ENGLISH. Delta Kappa Epsilon : Phi Eta Sigma: Order of the Old Well; IFC (1. 2, 3. 4); Men ' s Honor Council (2. 3); Monogram Club (2. 3. 4); Moreliead Scholar; Orientation Committee (4): Orienta- tion Counselor (2) : Soccer (I, 2. 3. 4) ; Sound and Fury (1) ; University Party (3); Wrestling (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. (3). RATTAY, HERBERT RAYMOND A.B Irvington, N. J. i. Vice-President (4); Basketball (1); (2. 3. 4), Captain (4); University Party IN ECONOMICS. Moiiosrani Club (3. 4) ; (3. 4) ; Y..M.C.A. (1). READ, JAMES MILTON, JR. A.B. IN HISTORY. Lamhria Chi REAVES, HUBERT DOUGLAS, JR. Fayetteville B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Chi Psi: University Party. REAVIS, CHARLES AUGUSTUS Raleigh A.B. IN EDUCATION. Orientation Counselor (3); Student NEA; Y.M.C.A. (3). REDDING, DONALD SANBORN Asheboro B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. AFROTC (1, 2); Basketball (1); Football (1, 2. 3. 4): Monogram Club (2. 3. 4). REED, JOHN HENRY Poland, Ohio B.S. IN PHYSICS. Delta Phi Alpha: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vice-President; IFC (2); Orientation Counselor (3, 4). RESCH, ALAN DEWEY Siler City A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Alpha Phi Omega: Dailu Tar Heel (1. 3. 4); Men ' s Glee Club (4); Wesley Foundation (1. 4); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. 3. I). REYNOLDS, JAMES COERR A.B. IN SPANISH. Canterbury Club (4). Gettysburg, Pa. REYNOLDS, PETER LEE Westfield, N. J. RHODES, MARY ELIZABETH RHYNE, HENRY HENKEL, JR. Mt. Holly A.B. I PSVfHOLOGY. Chi Psi : AFROTC (1. 2. 3, 4); Monozrani Cluh (3. II ; Wrestling (1. 2. 3, »). RICE, ANITA GAIL Hamilton, Ohio A.B. IN DKAMATIC ART. Delta Delta Delta; Carolina Playmakers (4); Carrilimi Qiiarterlu (4); Cosmopolitan Club (3. 4); G.M.A.B. (3. 4); Sound and Fury (3): V.W.C.A. (3. 4). Atlanta, Ga. Orientation Counselor (4); RICHARDSON, BONNIE ALICE RIDGEWAY, SHARON ELAINE Raleigh iity Party (3. 4); High Point RIGGS, BOBBY EUGENE Mebone .n. IN KNGi.i.mi. RILEY, MILTON THOMAS, JR. Fuquay Springs B.S. IN BISINKS. ' i ADMINISTRATION. AKROTC (I. 2): V.M.C.A. (1 , 21. RINEHART, DENNY ROBERTS B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. RIVERA, KATHARINE STONE A.B. IN FKKNCH. Canterbury Club; Cosniopi)litaii Chili. ROBBINS, EDMOND GARLAND Sea Girt, N. J. ROBERSON, WILLIAM RANDALL Clinton B.S. IN BISINK.SS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Kapiia Phi: AFROTC (11; HaiJtist StvKlent Cnion (1); Fwtball (1); University Party (2, 3, 4); ■i ' .D.C. (3. I) ; V.M.C.A. (1. 2). ROBERTS, MARY BLACKMON Anniston, Ala. . .B. IN K.NCI.ISH. Clii DtiKnii: Canterbury Club (3. H; University Party 13. n ; V.W.C.A. (3. 1). ROBINSON, DAVID HAWKINS Summerfield A.B. IN HlSroln " . Hanil; Baptist Student Union; (aiiterhurv (lull. ROBINSON, HARRIETTE ANN Charlotte A.B. IN KNGLISH. lliltii lutta IhlUi: Student (inverninent 13); Uni- versity Party (II; V.W.C.A. (ii. ROBINSON, RICHARD HAMPTON West Cramerton B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Westminster Fellow.ship (1); V.M.C.A. (2, 3, 4). ROCKEL, VINCENT FRED B.S. IN KDUCATION. RODGERS, THOMAS SWAIN B.S. IN BISINK.SS ADMINISTRATION. ROGERS, TED ROGERS, THOMAS ALBERT ,B. IN KDUCAIION. ROGERSON, JOHN EDWARD U.S. IN PHYSICS. Phi Eta tiiim Pi Kniipa Alphf Raleigh High Point Lake Junoluska Cimglioul (3. II ; Faison Williamston ROLLINS, DEXTER LEAKE Dallas, Texos U.S. IN nUSINKSS ADMINISTRATION. Sir iiia ii. ROLLINS, JOHN AVERY Hendersonville B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi H.fn Kapr ' i : Phi FJii Siinnii (11; B.iptist Student Union (11. ROOT, BETTY IRENE Arlington, Va. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi; G.M.A.B. (3): Honor System Com niLssion (4); Panliellenic Council (4); Student Government (4); Senior Class Secretars ' ; Student NEA (4); University Party (3. 4). 248 ROPER, ERIC RUSSELL Manhasset, Long Island, N. Y. A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Gnmniii lutlii : Dance Committee (3, 1); G.M.A.B. Orientation Committee (2); Orientation Counselor (2. 3. 4); Student Council (3. t) ; University Club (3. I): University Party (1, 2, 3. 4) ; Y.M.C.A. ROSENBERG, HARRY MICHAEL Gastonio A. II. IN .SOCIOLOIiV. ROSS, CHARLES ALBERT Kingsport, Tenn. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Chi Phi: Basketball (I); Can terhurv Club (1. 2. 3, 4); Carolina Korum : fiolf; fi.M.A.B.; IKC; Track (li; University Club: Univer.sitv Party (I. 2, ;i. 4); V.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3. »i : y.R.C. (1. 2. 3. I). ROSS, SUZANNE Charlotte A.B. IN ENGLISH. Di-ltii IMta I)i Itn ; Orientation Counselor (4); Panliellenic Council (41: Univer.sitv Party (3. I); Yocketi York (31; V.W.C.A. (3. 4). ROSSER, JOSEPH MILTON B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINI.STRAI ' ION. ROTHSCHILD, ELLEN A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student NKA; SIiuUmiI I ' r Sonfor J Columbus, Go. ROWLAND, GEORGE EDWARD Mocksville A.B. IN ENGLISH. Siffmn Phi Epsiliiii : lUiiUi Tnr Heil (1. 2. 3. tl. Associate Editor (4): Orientation Counselor (2. 31: Pliilantbropic Assembly (1, 2, 3, 4): State Student LeKislature; Student Government (3. 4); University Party (1. 2. 3): V.M.C.A. (1. 2). ROYSTER, NANCY JANE Chapel Hill A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha DflUi Pi: Class SiKial Chairman (2i: ' jnselor (21: University Party (2): W.A.A. (2); Y.W.C.A. (1, 4). RUCKER, ADIN HENRY, JR. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Union (1): Orientation Counselor (I): U (1); Y.M.C.A. (1). Spindole RUCKER, JIMMIE IRENE Shelby A.n. IN EDUCATION. AInhii Ihltit Pi: G.M.A.B.; Orientation ( ounselor (I); Student NEA (3. 4): University I ' .irtv (3. t); Y(uk,tii y,u-k (3. I) : Y.W.C.A. (3. 41. RUCKER, ROBERTA Oxford A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student NEA (3. li; -i ' .D.C. (31; Y. V.C.A. (3. RULE, PAUL FREDERICK South Norfolk, Va. Kniniii : Ihiilii Tar Heel (2). RUSS, RUBY MARGUERITE A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student NEA (3, 1) SABOSKI, THOMAS PAUL B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. WUNC (2. 31. SADLER, NOAH W., Ill B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. SAFFO, GEORGE VASSILIOS, JR. B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Canterbur anil Ewe: Yaeketii Yark: Y.D.C.: Y.M.C.A. SALLY, CHARLES HUBERT SAMPSON, MARCIA WADE A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. SANDIDGE, VIRGINIA RIDLEY SARSFIELD, PATRICK DALY B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. V.M.C. SAUNDERS, FRANCES MARION SAUNDERS, JIM REDDEN B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sinm dent Union (11; Men ' s Glee Club (1): Y.M.C.A. (1. SAUNDERS, SUSAN MURPHY SCHATKEN, NANCY LEAH B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Glee Club (1); Y.W.C.A. (1. 2. 3). Woynesville Hickory Roonoke Ropids Wrightsville Beach Club; G.M.A.B.; Ham Richmond, Va. Owensboro, Ky. ilasli Clnh; Charlotte Danville, Vo. I : l)(.rmitor Nashville Baptist Stu- Chapel Hill Walton, N. Y. Delta: Women ' s SCHREIBER, JAMES RONALD Ardcn A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. SCHWARTZ, ELLIOTT MURRICK Charlotte B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Beta Kavpn : Plii HI " Sigmn; Pi Lambda Phi. Vice-President (2); Basketball. Head VarsTty Manager (4): NROTC (L 2). SCOTT, LI LA L. Shreveport, La. . .B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Beta Phi; Class Secretary (3); University Party (3). SCOTT, SAMUEL EDWIN Burlington A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Eta Sigma: Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary (3). Pledge Master (4); Orientation Counselor (2. 3); United Student Fel- lowship (L 2). Trea.surer (2): Y.D.C. (2. 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3, 4). SECREST, ALVIN JACK Shelby A.B. IN ENGLISH. SELPH, ANNE TAYLOR Ocalo, Fla. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Delta Delta Delta: Panhellenic Council; Student NEA; University Party; Women ' s Residence Council; Y.W.C.A.. Sec- retary. SELTZER, JAMES LEROY B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Baseball (1. 2); Wrestling (1). SENTER, HUBERT WAYNE B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. SERMONS, WILLIAM OSCAR A.B. IN HISTORY. SEWELL, WELTON CURTIS A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Gamr, Enon Valley, Pa. Kipling Havelock Wilmington Delta. SHANNONHOUSE, LILLIAN MOORE Charlotte A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Delta Delta: Campus Chest (3); CUSC (4); NSA (41: Panliellenic Council (4); President ' s Cabinet (4); University Party (3. 41; Women ' s Honor Council (3, 4); Women ' s Residence Council (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (.1. 4). SHAPARD, JOHN ALBERT, JR. High Point A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Delta Phi Alpha: Delta Vpsilon: Westminster Fellowship; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3. 4). SHARPE, LARRY WAYNE A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Winston-Salem Waynesville SHAW, DONALD LEWIS A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Pi Kappa Phi; Daily Tar Heel (1); Press Club. SHAW, FOY, J., JR. Durham A.B. IN HISTORY, rhi Phi. SHELTON, CHARLES RANDAL Winston-Salem A.B. IN RADIO. TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Baptist Stu- dent Union (1, 2. 3. 4); Campus Cooperative Society (3); Cosmopolitan Club (3); Football (1, 2); Inter-Collegiate Society (3. 4); Student Party (2); U.N.C. Mixed Chorus (3, 4); WUNC (4); Y.M.C.A. (2, 3. 4). Treasurer (4). SHINN, HAL JEROME, JR. Gaffney, S. C. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappn Alpha. President (4); G.M.A.B. (21; IKC (3, 4); Sntiiul and Kiiry (21; University Party (3. 4); Y.M.C.A. (ii. SHIRLEY, MORRIS CLINTON, JR. Morganton B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi: Lutheran Stu- dent Association (1); NROTC. SHUFORD, HARLEY FERGUSON, JR. A.B. IN PHYSICS. Helta Kappa Epnilon. Hickory Arden SHUFORD, ROBERT FREEMAN B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Canterbury Club (1, 2. 3. 4); Cardboard (1. 21; Orientation Counselor (4). SILLS, BARBARA REDDISH A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student NEA (1) Chapel Hill Y.W.C.A. (1). SIMMONS, EUNICE Pascagoula, Miss. A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Alpha Delta Pi: Angel Flight (3, 4) ; Cheerleader (4); G.M.A.B. (3, 4); University Party (4); University Club (3. 4); Westminster Fellowship (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). SIMON, MARGARET DIANNE Wilmington A.B. IN EDUCATION. G.M.A.B.; Student NEA; Student Party; Uni- versity Club; Yaeketij Yack: Y.D.C; Y.W.C.A. SINGLETON, JAMES A., Ill Red Springs B.S. IN ZOOLOCiY. Pi Kappa Alpha: Scabbard and Blade (3. 41; Uni- versity Party (1). 250 SINGER, SYLVIA BLOCH AM. IN (OMT AH A IIVK LITERATURE. SKILLMAN, JIMISE A.n. IN ' ENCLISH. V.W.C.A. (.I). SLATER, WALTER LOTT A.n. IX KCdNOMICS. Alphti K«VVa Psi. SLOAN, CHARLES H. Highland Pork, N. J. Charlotte Raleigh Arlington, Vo. SLOAN, DAVID B., JR. Wilmington A.B. IN HISTORY. Alpli ' i Upsilnii Delia: Phi Gumma IMtit, President (4); Carolina Symposium Cii: Elections Board (3. 1): Golf ID: IFC (2. 3. 4); Orientation Committee (31; Orientation Counselor (2); L ' ni- versity Party (1. 2. 3 li; Y.M.C.A. SLOAN, JOHN GAITHER, JR. n.S. IN BfSINE.SS AnMINISTRATION. Aberdeen SMITH, ALBERT SYDNEY Pmk Hill n.S. I BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. V.D.C. (1, 2. 3. 4i; V.M.I.A. (1. 2). SMITH, ALVIN KEITH B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Baptist Student Union 11; inc (3); Orientation Coun.selor (31. Mount Gileod nistry Club (3, Goldsboro SMITH, ANN BATTLE A.n. IN SOCIOLOGY. Alpha (iiimmii Delia: Canterbury Cluh (3); NSA 11); Orientation Counselor (4): Panhellenic Council Representative (H: Student Party (U; Yaekeli Yaek (3. 4): Y.D.C. (3i; Y.W.C.A. (4). SMITH, DEXTER NORRIS A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Track (3); Y.M.C.A. (2). SMITH, FRED J. Burlington Morganton 4) : G.M.A.B. SMITH, GARNER ROOSEVELT B.S. IN BUSINESS AD.MIN1STK. TI0N. Alpha Kappa Ps Harmony SMITH, MARGARET ANN A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Cardboard eran Student Association in; ( (1, 2. 3. I). Catonsvllle, Md. SMITH, MARTHA B. Roanoke Rapids A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Delta Pi: Clieerleader (4); Orientation Counselor (4); Student NEA I3i; University Party (3. 4); Westminster Fellowship (3 1; Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). SMITH, MINOR ENRIQUE Raleigh B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINI.STRATION. SMITH, REBECCA LOUISE Elizobeth City A.n. IN EDUCATION. G.M.A.B. (3. 4); Student NEA 13. 4). Band (1. 2); Ur Little Silver, N. J. ver.sity Party (1. 2); Y.M.C.A. SMITH, RICHARD H A.B. IN HISTORY (2. 3. 4). SMITH, THOMAS MELVIN B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. SNELL, MARY ROSALIND Winston-Salem A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student NEA (4); University Chorus (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3). SNIDER, ALBERT MONROE, JR. Denton A.n. IN ZOOLIHiY. Band (21. SNYDER, ELIZABETH DEHAVEN Rockville, Md. .n. IN HISTORY. Knppa Delia: I ' niversity Party (3. 4) ; Wesley Foun- dation 13, n; Y.R.C. (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. I). SOJOURNER, ELIZABETH CAMP Atlanta, Ga. A.B. IN EDUC. TION. Phi Mii: DormitoiT Vice-President (41; Stray Cireeks (3, 4), Secretary (4i; University Party (3); Y.W.C.A. (3). SOWERS, CHARLES LEWIS Salisbury BS IN BUSINESS . DMINISTR. TION. Delta Siama Pi, Treasurer; Basketball (1); Lutheran Student Association (1. 2, 3. 4); Monogram Cluh 13. 41 : Track II. 2. 3. li. SPENCE, PHYLLIS PRITCHARD A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student NEA (3). 251 Elizabeth City Tabor City •s Council: Elizabeth City SPiVEY, JOY ELAINE B.S. IN ' MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Carolina V.M.C.A. SPRUILL, PHILIP ALLEN A.B. IN IIISTORV. Baptist Student Vnion. SPRY, DOYLE EUGENE Cooleemee A.B. IN RADIO, TF.I.KVISION AND MDIIOV PirTUKKS. Baptist Stu- dent Union (3. ii. STAFFORD, EMILY LOUISE Julian BS. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Student I ' artv (3. t); United Student Fellowship, Treasurer (3. n: Yiiikitii Yitrk CI 1 : Y.R.C.. Treasurer (3. 4). STALLINGS, RONALD B.S. IN BUSINK.SS ADMINISTRATION. In STANFORD, SUSAN HARPER A,B. IN INIK.RN.XTIONAI. SITDIKS. Mphii Raleigh Burlington ). ( . treasurer. STARNES, MARGARET ROSE Raleigh A.B. IN DRAMATIC ART. Carolina IMayniakers (3. H: University Clul (I): Wesley Foundation ( t) ; WUNC (3. 1). STEPHENSON, LARRY ADAMS Willow Springs B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. .VFROTC (1. J, 3. Ii. STESSEL, HAROLD EDWARD Monsey, N, Y, A.B. IN ENGLISH. CnniUna Qiimti-rbi (21 ; Debate Council (2 1 ; Uiim niifl Eirr (3 1. STEVENS, JAMES TIMOTHY Alientown, Pa. , .B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Phi: IDC (2); Lutheran Student Association (1. 2. 3. 4); Sound and Fury (2. 3): Student Lesislature (3. 4): Swim- ming (1. 2): University Party (1. 2. 3. 4): Y.R.C. (1. 2, 3. 4); Y.M.C.A. STEWART, CATHERINE JEAN Washington, D. C. A B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Delta Delta Delta: Order of the Old Well Vice President (4); Anprel Flight (3. 4): Canterbury- Club (31 ; Orientation Committee (3. t): Women ' s Chairman (tl; Sturlent Council (4); University Party (3, i) : Woman ' s Resilience Council (3. 4): Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). STOKES, JULIA ANN Hertford A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Cheerleader (41: Orientation Coun- selor (3i; Publications Board (3): Student NEA (0: University Club (2): W.A.A. 13); Y.W.C.A. (I, 2. 3, 4), STONE, RICHARD GABRIEL, JR. A.B. IN HISroRI . STORY, ROBERT T. B.S. IN BUSINESS .ADMINISTRATION. STRAIT, ISABELLA BLANTON A.B. IN HISTORY. Kniipn Delta: Orientation Raleigh Winton Rock Hill, S. C. ir ( II ; Y.W.C.A. STRIBLING, JESS HAWKINS, JR. Evanston, III. A.B. IN HISTORY. Sii iiHi Phi KiihUiiii : Carolina Forum (21 : Orienta Hon Counselor (3i: Philanthropic Assembly (4). Pl ' esident (41. STRICKLAND, JOYCE KING Smithfield A.B. IN EDUCATION. Phi Beta Phi: Orientation Counselor (ti; Stu- dent Legislature (3. H; Student N ' E. (3, I); University Party (3, ti; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). SUCKOW, DAVID HENRY B..S. IN PHYSK S. rhi Kla Siaii ' i Foundation 11 i; Yuuu ' : Repuhli. Bowmansvillc, N. Y. H ; IDC ( I) : Wesley 3. I). ■dbo; SUDDRETH, GERALD DEAN Grar B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTR.MTON. .l ;. m A ' d ' P " ' ' (.• (3). ■ SUMMEY, JAMES WIRT Gostonio , .B. IN CHEMISTRY. Thela (hi: NROl ' C: Y.M.t.A. 13 i. SURRATT, DONALD GRAY Thomasville B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTR. TION. SWEENEY, PATRICIA ANN Bennettsville, S. C. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha (Unnina Delia: Cardboard (3. tl. Secre- tary (3). -ice-President (11: Newman Club (3, 11; Student NEA (3. 11: Student Party (3, 11. SUMNER, CHARLES WAYNE Etowah SYER, JEAN Virginia Beach, Va. A.B. IN ENCILISH. Delta Delta Delta: Angel Flight {3. II; University Party (3, 4). 252 Washington, D. C. SYLVESTER, JOHN CURTIN B.S. IN GEOLIXJV. St. Antliiiiiv ll;ill; Cniss Cuvnitrv (li; M(HMp(. ' r.iiii Club (3, i) ; Track (1, 2, :|. li. TALBOTT, FLOYD ROBERT, JR. Roxboro B.S. IX BUSINKSS . I)MI MSTRATIOX. Football 111: •.1).(. TALLEY, JAMES MAYNARD, JR. Durham B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Sigma Nti: Baptist Student Union (II: NROTC (1. 2. 3, 1); Sound and Fury (2); University Party (3, i) : V.D.C. (1); V.M.C.A. (1. i). TATUM, JOHN LEE Boone B.S. IN HTSINKSS AIIMIMS TK.XIION. TAYLOR, BENJAMIN WAYNE Williamston A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Baptist Student Union (2. 3. n: Dnihi Tin Heel (2, 3, t). Feature Editor (3); Men ' s Glee Club (2. 3. n, rublicity Manager (8. +) : Ram and Eu-i (3); V.M.C.A. (2. 3. 4). TAYLOR, DORIS DARLING Roanoke Rapids A.B. IN I ' SVCUdl.OG ' . Jliilia Gamma Delta: Orientation Counselor (41 : Splash Club (3l; Student I ' artv (3, 4): Wesley Foundation (3. 4): Women ' s Residence Council It); V.W.C.A. (3. 4). Reidsville II ; Canterbury Club TAYLOR, LAWRENCE ARTHUR, JR. A.B. IN lllS ' ldKV. rlu A(r .s„;,„,f. Hand I (1. 2, 3. 41 ; Orientation ( iinilnittce |3I. TAYLOR, WILLIAM HOWARD Aberde A.B. IN PHII.OSOI ' HV. St. . iitlinnv Hall: Dance Corninittcc (I, 2, I) ; (ierman Club (3i ; IKC (2). TEAGUE, JAMES KNOX, JR. Thomasvi U.S. IN INUl ' STKlAl. RELATIONS. Lamhila Clii Miihii : Stuilent (i ernnient: Student Party: V.M.C.A. TEMPLETON, WILLIAM KLASEK B.S. IN CHK.MIStK . TENENBAUM, LEE J. B.S. IN BCSINK.SS ADMI MSIK AllON. Flii Kla Secretary (11: Hilkl Koniidatioli ll, 2. 3. 41: Party (2. 31 : . .V. . ll, 2. 3, li. Olin THARRINGTON, JAMES HAROLD Raleigh Baptist StudcEd I ' nion (1 i : I ' ni : V.M.C.A. II. 2. 3. II. THOMAS, ANNE LOUISE Morven B.S. IN BUSINKSS AD.MINISIKAITON. Baptist Student liiion ll. 2, 31: Orientation Counselor (2): Student tioverninent (2i; University Party (3. 4). THOMAS, BARBARA SCOTT Asheboro A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Delta Pi, President; Angel Flight (41: Orientation Counselor (4); Panhellenic Council (4); Student NEA (3, 4): University Party (3. 41 : Women ' s Honor Council (4); V.W.C.A. (3, 4). THOMAS, CHARLES AVERY, JR. B.S. IN BUSINESS AD.MINISTRATION. Allilia I ' l (Ina-iiu. dent (3) ; Delta Siijma Pi: iKiilii Tar Heel (3, 4j : IDC (3) : ( Counselor C3). Burlington THOMAS, CHARLES WALTER, III Tillsonburg, Ontorio, Canoda B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL REL.VIIONS. I ' , Kai l " Aliilia. Raleigh THOMAS, ROBERT GORDON, JR. B.S. IN INDI SIKIAI. KKL.VTKINS. .SiV ,;ir, Clii: Cheerleadci 12. 3 THOMPSON, CHARLES RAYMOND Ashevill B.S. IN BUSINK.SS AD.MINISTRATION. Jlella Sa iiia Pi: Band 11) Daili Tar Heel (3): . X . . (1, 2, 3i. THOMPSON, EUGENE CEBRON A.B. IN KCdNIIMK S. THOMPSON, JACK EARL B.S. IN BUSINKSS . UMIN ISTR ATION. S , Clul): University Party. THOMPSON, WILLIAM TURNER, JR. H.S. IN INDUSIKI.M, HKI.. TKINS. Ka,ji„ Coral Gables, Flo. ■hi: AKROTC: (iennaii Raleigh TILGHMAN, LEWIS SPOTTSWOOD CAMM B.S. IN (IKOLOOV. Siilma Caiiniin Klisiliiii. TILLER, CLAUDE BAKER, JR. B.S. IN PUHI.K IIK.M.IH. TILLEY, HILTON RAY H.S. IN Pin Sl( s. 253 Weldon Draper Chapel Hill TIMBERLAKE, ROBERTS EDGAR li.S. I IMKSTKIAL RELATIONS. Sigma Chi TINO, DAVID RICKER Lexington German Club ( 1. :. ' . :{. TOLMAN, ETHAN COLBY Dublin, N. H. A.B. IN ' ENGLISH. Curiilina Quarterly: Daily Tar Heel (1): Dormitory I ' resident (21: Orientation Counselor (2); Philantliropic Assembly (1, 2, 4): State Student Legislature (2, 3. 4); Student Government (2). TONEY, LARRY CORDELL B.S. IN RISINESS ADMINISTRATION. TOWNSEND, CHARLES HITCHCOCK IN I ' OI.ITICAI. SCIENCE. Phi Eta Sign TRAVIS, WILLIAM A., JR. TRIBUS, DONALD McCAMPBELL A.H. N I ' OI.ITICAI. SCIENCE. Swimming i TRUPP, JO LEE IN KDCCATION. Splash Club. TUCKER, WILLIAM GORDON A.B. IN EDL ' CATION. Orientation Counselo Raleigh Arlington, Va. Weldon Staten Island, N. Y. Lutherville, Md. Charlotte 3); Y.M.C.A. (2). TUGGLE, SUSAN Charlotte A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Delta Delta: Dailu Tar Heel (41; University Party (3. ii: V.W.C.A. i3. 4). TUGMAN, STUART GRADY, JR. Boone . .B. IN KADKl. lEI.EXISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Theta Chi. TUNNELL, NANCY ANNE Raleigh University Party TUNSTALL, WILLIAM McCULLEN, JR. Durham A.B. IN KAIilo. TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. WUNCTV. TURNER, JOHN ROBERT Charlotte University Party (3. 4); Westminster TURNER, MARTHA ROGERS Miami Shores, Fla. . .B. IN ENdlSIl. K " i ' l " ' Delta: Carolina Handbook, Section Editor (4): OrientatiiiH ( nuii elur (4): Student Party (3. 4); Westminster Fellowship CI. It. .seiTctarv: Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). TURNER, NANCY MAE A.B. IN MUSIC. Diiili Tar Heel 13); University Chorus (3 sity Cluli (.11 ; Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). Winston-Solem TURNER, ROBERT ALEXANDER Lanett, Ala. (3); G.M.A.B. (3); A.B. IN ENGLISH. Clii Psi: Carolina Symposiun Munosram Club (3); Orientation Counselor (4); Publications Board I.). 41 ; SoMiper Fidelis Society i3. 4); Student Legislature (3. 4): Swimmint- (1. 2, :i. Ii; Iniier ity Club i3); University Party (3. 4). TURNER, SHELTON JACKSON B.S. IN MAIHE.MAITCS. Dormiturv. Pre? (31 ; Football (2, 3); IDC (I): Y.M.C.A. Castalia ident (4). Secretary Treasurer UPTON, STEPHEN RICHARD, JR. Smithfield B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Kapjia Alpha: Carolina Sympo- sium; Dance Committee; Orientation Counselor (3. 4); Track (1); University Party. VAUGHAN, JOHN SOUTHGATE, JR. Woodland A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Alpha Theta. VAUGHAN, RICHARD BOLLING, III Chapel Hill B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Band (1, 2): Baptist Student Uliicin (1. 2. 3. 4) ; Track (1. 2). VAUGHT, CAROLYN Paducoh, Ky. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi; Orientation Committee (4); Stu- dent Government; University Party (3. 4); Women ' s Honor Council (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). VEASEY, LUTHER DAVID Durhi am B.S. IN BISINESS . 1)MINISTRATI0N. Delta Sigma Pi. Secretary; Dormitory Manaver Ci. n; G.M.A.B. (3. 4); Orientation Counselor (4); Professional Inner-Fraternity Council. President (4). Secretary (3): Semper Fidelis Society; Student Government (3, 4); University Party (4); Y.D.C. (1. 21; Y.M.C.A. (1. 2). VESS, MARVIN CLAUDE, JR. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sii Counselor (4); Publications Board (2. 3). Marion VINCENT, DONNA LOUISE A.l). IN KNCMSH. A ' .r i;«i KtipiJO WADE, SALLY KATE A.H. IN AKT. flii (Jnu ' jii. Winter Pork, Flo. Kenton, Tenn. WAGNER, EMILY MARTIN A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Delta Delta Delta; Angel Flight (3 Party (3. +) ; Y.W.C.A. (3, 41. Bluefield, W. Vo. ■ersity WALKER, JANE CRAWFORD Roanoke, Va. A.B. IN EDUCATION, (iii Omega. Secretary (3. 4); Canterbury Club Orientation Counselor (4): Student NEA (3. 4); University arty Y.W.C.A. WALKER, ROBERT GLENN, JR. Hickory A.B. IN ECONO.MICS. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Order of Minataurs (2. 3. 4): Daili Tar Heel (3. 4); Gorgon ' s Head (2. 3, 4); University Party (3). WALL, PADDY SUE Winston -Salem A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Alpha Gamma Delta: Jane Craig Gray Award (3); Order of the Old Well (3, 4); Valliyries, President (4); Angel Fliglit (3. 4); Baptist Student Union (3, 4); Carolina Symposium (3): Consolidated University-Student Council (4); Cosmopolitan Club (4); G.M.A.B. (3); Graham Memorial Board of Directors (3. 4); Student NSA (4): Orientation Committee (41; Splash Club (3. 4); State Stu- dent Legislature (3, 4); Student Government (4), Secretary (4); Stu- dent Legislature (3); Student Party (3. 41: Women ' s Honor Council (3. 41 ; Women ' s Residence Council (3): Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). WALL, PHYLLIS BRENDA Raleigh A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Gamma Delta: Canterbury Club (3, 4); I ' anhellenic Council (4); Student NEA (3. 4): Student Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). WALLACE, HELEN A.B. IN LATIN. WALLACE, JOANN DARLENE A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Cosmopolitan Club (4); G.M.A.B. Smithfield Durham Student I ' artv Y.D.C. Y.W.C.A. 13, 4). WALTERS, CHARLIE ROBERTSON Salisbury B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Baptist Student Union (1); Y.R.C. (2. 3); Y.M.C.A. (2. 3). WALTON, MARY ELIZA Morganfon A.M. IN EDUCATION. Student NEA (3. 4); Y.D.C. (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). WARD, JOSEPHINE REID Greensboro A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega: Band (3); Orientation Coun.selor (4): Student NEA (4); University Party (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). WARDER, SUSAN KAY Geneva, N. Y. A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. Pi Beta Phi: Daily Tar Heel; Dialectic Senate: Orientation Counselor (4); Philanthropic Assembly; Univer- sity Party 13. 4): Yarkety Yavk: Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). WARREN, PRISCILLA G. Chapel Hill A.H. IN KDUCAI ' ION. Student NEA (1). WATERS, JAMES CANDLER Asheville B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Men ' s Glee Club (1. 2): Y.D.C. (3. 41; Y.M.C.A. (3. 4). WATKINS, LINDA Charleston, S. C. . .B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Chi Omega: Canterbury Club (4); University Party (3. 4): Y.W.C.A. WEATHERS, CELESTE Augusta, Go. A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Alphii Delta Pi: Canterbury Club (3. 4): Orienta- tion Coun.selor (4); University Party (3. 4): Yaeketu Yark (3. 4): Y.W.C.A. Ci, I). WEAVER, GEORGE WALTER Arlington, Va. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Delta Theta ; Canterbury Club (I. 2); Orientation Counselor (4); Sound and Fury (1); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). WELCH, JACK H. Williomston B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. WELLS, HARRY WARREN, JR. Chevy Chase, Md. B.S IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Kappa Sigma: Orientation Coun selor: Ham and Ewe: University Party. WELLS, MARCIA MASON Denton, Texas A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Kappa Alpha Theta: Stray Greeks 3. II. P: ntat sident (41 ; Canterbury Club (3): Dormitory Vice-Pr Counselor (4). WELLS, STEVE EARL B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. udent (41 Burlington WESTBROOK, JAMES AUGUSTUS Goldsboro B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMlM! TRATION. .Sigma Phi Epsilon. WHEELER, MARTHA ELIZABETH Memphis, Tenn. A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. Chi Omega, Treasurer (4) ; Campus Chest (3) : UTiiversity Party (3. 41; Yarkety Yaek (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). WHALEY, JOHN LEWIS High Point . .B. IN HISTORY. Baptist Student Union (1, 2); Student Party 13. 4); Y.D.C, 13. 41 ; Y.M.C.A. (3. 41. WESTMORELAND, JOSEPH ROBERT, II Canton B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Baseball (1). 255 mml WHISNANT, WILLIAM BUXTON Raleigh .H. IN RADIO. rKl.K ISI(l AM) MOIIOX I ' KTIIKKS. Wl ' NC (4i. WHITAKER, JOHN C, JR. Winston-Salem H..S. I Hl ' . ' INK.SS ADMIMSTKATION. Drltti Kiifii ' " Epsiltm : Order „f till ' (iiilil.-n Fleece; Order of the Grail; Dailii Tnr Hrel ; Gimshoul; llrieiitatimi Cdunselor; Publications Board; University I ' Mrty: Y.M.C.A. WHITE, JANE RHEA Roanoke Rapids A.I). I. EUrCATlOX. Ali iii Delta Pi: Canterbury Club (3); Carolina SyMipo.sium (3); G.M.A.B. (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (3. 4); Publi- cations Board. Secretarj ' (4): University Party (3. 4); Women ' s Honor Council (4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). WHITE, JAMES GRADY A.M. IN ( IIKMISIKV. Ba WHITE, JERRY SANDRA . .H. IN . ;()CI0L(M;V. . ' itinlent ( WHITE, L. NORMAN B.S. IN BISINESS ADMINISIRATIOX. Delta S Publications Board (3); Yackitii Yack " liall (1) ; Stuilent Party, nnient; W.A.A. Chorlotte Raleigh Laurinburg . I, President (4) ; IS .Manager (3). WHITEHURST, MARGARET CARSON Rocky Mount A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Delta Pi: Canterbury Club (3, 4); Caro- lina Symposium (3); Student NEA (3, 4): University Party (3. 4); Yacketi Yack (31; Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). WHITEHURST, WADE LEE U.S. IN BISINK.SS ADMINISTRAIION. Plii WHITTEMORE, CAMERON LEE A.I!. IN SOCIOLOGY. KriiJim Ka tija liaiiiiiK WHITTY, JOHN RANDOLPH A.B. IN HISTORY. Pin Alpha Theta: Cbeerleade WIDENHOUSE, GARY EUGENE AH. IN HISroRY. WILKERSON, STEPHEN LINDSAY, JR. ,H. IN BUSINESS ADMlNISTRAriON. Sign Gostonia Bronxville, N. Y. sity Party i3, 4) ; New Bern (3. 11 : Student Party Durham Greenville WILKINSON, MARTHA FRANCES Beckley, W. Va. .. .B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Urta Phi: Panhellenif I ouncil. I orresponding .Secretary (4); Splash Club (3, 4); Student Government (4); Student Legislature (3); University Party (3. 4i; Y.W.C.A. (3. 4); W.A.A.. ' ice-President. WILLIAMS, CLYDE FRANKLIN, JR. B.S. IN .MATHEMATICS. Alpha Phi (I WILLIAMS, DAVID ROBERT itia: Pi Mil Epsihj Burlington Biscoe WILLIAMS, JOHN ROBERT A.B. IN ART. Baptist Student Union (1). Black Mountain Robbins WILLIAMS, MARY FAYE A.B. IN EDUCAITON. Carilboard (31; Orientation Counselor di: Stu dent NKA (3, 41; Student Part (3, 4i; Wesley Foundation r3. 41. WILLIAMS, PHILIP TUTTLE, JR. Charlotte . .B. IN ECONOMICS. Siwwa Alpha Kpsilun: Arnold Air SiR-iety (3, 4); .Scabbard and Blade (3, 4). WILLIAMS, ROBERT WHITFIELD Currituck WILLIAMS, TED MOORE Durham A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Drila Vpsiloii. WILLIAMS, WILLIAM TYRE Rockingham U.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kajipa Psi : Football 111: Student Legislature (3. li; University Party (3. 11 ; Y.D.C. ID. WILLIFORD, CARL PATRICK Angier WILLIS, GORDON CARYAL, JR. . .ll. IN OOLOGY. WILLIS, RICHARD WELDON, JR. Asheville B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. ' , Mi( Alpha. President (4i; Band (L 2, 3. 4); Canterbury Club (2. 3, 41; U.N.C. Orchestra (1. 2. 3. 11; Y..M.C.A. (3). WILSON, DONALD WESLEY A.B. IN POLITICAL S(IEN( E. WILSON, JAMES WARREN B.S. IN PHYSK S. 256 Moreheod City Chapel Hill Brooklyn, N. Y. WILSON, JOHN DAVID BRUCE Westport, Conn. B.S. m BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Kappa Higma : Univeisitv Party (2. ,1, 4); Y.R.C. (2. 8); Y.M.C.A. (2. 3). WILSON, ROGER ALLEN A.B. IN EDUCATION. Band (1, 2, 3). WILSON, WALTER WARREN, JR. Cambria Heights, N. Y. Graniteville, S. C. WINSTON, FRANCES ANN Youngsville A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student NEA (4) ; Student Party (4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3. 4); W.A.A. (3, 4). WIRKUS, FAUSTIN EDMUND, JR. Baltimore, Md. A.B. IN GEOLOGY. Sigma Chi; Football (1); Scabbard and Blade (4): Semper Fidelis Society (3. 4); Naval ROTC Rifle Team (1, 2, 3, 4). WISE, BETTY PAULINE Crossnore A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. WOHLBRUCK, EVERETT LAMAR Charlotte B.S. I BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. WOLFE, GARY JOHNSON Wilmington B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Si ' jiiw Pi. WOLTZ, JOHN MONTGOMERY, JR. Greensboro B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Siama Chi: Sigma (iamma Epsilon: Swimming (1. 2); University Party (1. 2, 3. 4). WOOD, DOUGLAS SHERRILL High Point A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Sigma Chi. WOODS, ANDY GREEN Danville, Vo. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Gamma Delta. WORSLEY, GEORGE LAWRENCE, JR. Rocky Mount B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi; IDC (2); NROTC (1, 2, 3. 4). WORTHINGTON, THURMAN WARDELL, JR. Ayden A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Alpha Phi Omega: Baptist Student Union; Press Club. WRAY, WILMOR HAROLD Reidsville B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Alpha Kappa Psi. WRENN, SALLY KAY Greensboro A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Delta Delta. WRIGHT, DEWEY VERNON Carrboro B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi: Y.D.C. (3). WRIGHT, GEORGE CARVER, JR. B.S. IN ACCOUNTING. Alpha Kappa Psi; Delta Phi Alpha Mt. Airy Altamonte Springs, Flo. Asheboro A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha Tau Om ga. President (4) ; Order of the Old Well (3. 4); Canterbury Club (1. 2). Vice-President (1); President of Freshman Class; Consolidated University-Student Council (1, 4); Dorm Officer, Vice-President (1); IFC (1, 2, 3. 4), President (4), Treasurer (3); Men ' s Honor Council (2). Assistant Clerk (2); Orientation Coun- selor (2. 3); University Party (1. 2. 3. 4). YALE, DAVID BARRINGTON B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. YATES, SCOTT TUCKER YOUNG, CHARLES SHERRILL A.B. IN JOURNALISM. YOUNG, HELEN STILES Catawba Atlanta, Go. University Party (3, 4); ZEH, BETTY GRACE Winston-Salem A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Gamma Delta; G.M.A.B. (3, 4), Secretar ' (4); Orientation Counselor (4); Student Legislature (3); Student NE. (4); Student Party (3, 4): Yackety Yack (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). ZEIGLER, KAY KENNEDY A.B. IN EDUCATION. Carolina Symposium dent NEA (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). Raleigh 3); Club (3); Stu- ZLOTNICKI, BOGDAN MICHAEL Colon A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Alpha Phi Omega; AFROTC Rifle Team (1. 2, 3. 4) ; Arnold Air Society (3, 4) ; Cosmopolitan Club (1. 2, 3. 4) ; Dance Committee (2. 3); Football (1); Monogram Club (3. 4); New- man Club (1, 2. 3. 4); Sabre Air Command (I, 2); Scabbard and Blade (3. 4); Soccer (1. 2. 3. 4); Wrestling (1); Y.M.C.A. (1). ZSCHAU, MARILYN FRANCES Raleigh A.B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Carolina Playmakers (4); Sound and Fury (4); Splash Club (3); WUNC (3); WUNC-TV (3, 4); University Cliorus (3. 4). 257 " It only takes a few to get used to the taste, honey, and you won ' t even care then. " HONORARIES " ' ■ft ' ' Or » iOSSa ■3-i ' s ' ' ' 5? ' ■ •!! ¥- Ul t 1 ■ — ' — — .1 -. Order of tke OFFICERS 1957-1958 Thomas Willis Lambeth 3 asa ,,,,. ' , William Ray Long B ii er - Z John Aitken Sneden, Jr GrammgjMv Peter Joseph Brennan Orfystof Kex Argonauts Inducted April 14, 1958 614 Roland William Pavne, Jr. 615 Clifton Hunter Tillman 616 John Christopher Whitty, Jr. 617 Jean Pierre Boissavit 618 Robin Ledbetter Hinson 619 Wavne Staton Bishop 620 Harvey Peck 621 John Charles Brooks 622 John Clarke Whitaker, Jr. 623 Jan Philip Schinhan 624 Charles Hall Ashford, Jr. 625 Jesse Weimar Jones 626 Herman Allen Godwin, Jr. Student Argonauts 1958-1959 532 Kenneth Lawing Penegar 557 Edwin Osborne Ayscue, Jr. 559 Raymond Mason Taylor 566 Joel Lawrence Fleishman 578 William Ray Long 580 Perry Burt Veasey 586 Eddie Covington Bass 589 George Robinson Ragsdale 590 John Aitken Sneden, Jr. 596 Paul Gene Strassler a uT, 597 Edward Ulysses Hallford, Jr. 613 Joseph Francis Quigg 615 Clifton Hunter Tillman 619 Wavne Staton Bishop 620 Harvev Peck 621 John Charles Brooks x€r22 John Clarke Whitaker 626 Herman Alleti Godwi ' ulty Argonauts 195( Edt;ar Ralph ftd ViV Robert Burtorj K pijn t |L}ot ' ($ k Albert Coates Joe Burton Linker Corydon Perry Spruill Frederick Carlyle Shepard Julius J. Wade Earle Horace Hartsell Joseph Maryon Saunders Richard Beverly Raney Edgar Alexander Cameron Walter Smith Spearman, Jr. Frederick Henry Weaver George Alexander Heard Alfred Guy Ivey Ernest Craige Isacc Montrose Taylor James Frederick Newsome Edwin Sidney Lanier John Dewey Dorsett, Jr. Hugh Talmadge Lefler Harry Kitsun Russell James Clarance Wallace Raymond Lewis Jefferies William West Taylor Frank William Hanft William Clyde Friday Jesse Henry Dedmond John A. Kirkland Robert Allison Fetzer Samuel Hayes Magill William Ernest Mackie Walter Reece Berryhill Charles Louis Johnston, Jr. Roy Walter Holsten John Lassiter Sanders Urban Tignor Holmes Robert Benjamin Payne Henry Parker Brandis, Jr. Julian Dewey Mason, Jr. Dudley Dewitt Carroll Archibald Henderson Thomas Anthony Rezzuto, Jr. Wiiliam Woodard McLendd|n Priston Herschel Eppfe Foster Filz-Sinnjiis Louis Round Frank Joseph - Robin Ledbet VALKX •■I OFFICERS Paddy Sue Wall, President LuRuTH Sutton, Vice-President 299 Dorothy Douglass Kellam 300 Barbara Faye Miles 301 Mary Susanne Mosteller 302 LuRuth Sutton Eleanor Riggins Brawley Dorothy Phillips Cansler Katherine Kennedy Carmichael Elizabeth Lloyd Daugherty Mary Hedrick Davis Martha Decker DeBerry Kathleen Boles Fink Ida Howell Friday Margaret Eunice Funk Barbara Faye Miles, Alumnae Secretary MEMBERS, 1958-1959 303 Paddy Sue Wall 304 Nancy Ann Adams 305 Charlene Lynne Bass 306 SipraBose ALUMNAE AND HONORARIES Susan Walker Gustafson Guion Griffis Johnson el Mary Frances Kellam Elizabeth Louanna Kemble Jacquelyn McCarthy Isabelle McLeod Lydia Ann Moody Joy Earp Pierce Dorothy Douglass Kellam, Secretary Mary Susanne Mosteller, Treasurer 307 Diana Arneson DeVere 308 Margaret Lee Jackson 310 Nancy Elizabeth Turner Anne Ellen Queen Martha Anne Richardson Midora Sasaki Patricia Denning Stanford Jeannine Thompson Luanne Ellen Thorton Frances Angas Weaver Alpha Burkart Wettach i;f)e (0rber at tJje lti Mell OFFICERS Albert Lewis Goldsmith President Catherine Jean Stewart Vice-President Herman Allen Godwin, Jr. . . . Secretary-Treasurer Ernest Lloyd Mackie Recorder EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE The Officers and Robert Wilson Carter Paddy Sue Wall Wayne Staton Bishop Alternates Donald Wofford Millen Robert Jenkins Cowan CHARTER MEMBERS 1 William Donald Carmichael, III 2 William Robert Coulter 3 Jesse Henry Dedmond 4 Peter Harry Gerns 5 Samuel Hirsch 6 Charles Louis Johnston, Jr. 7 AUard Kenneth Lowenstein 8 William Ernest Mackie 9 Basil Lamar Sherrill 10 Donald Gray Shropshire 11 Leonard Adolph Szafaryn 12 Dr. Samuel Thomas Emory 13 Dr. Ernest Lloyd Mackie 14 Dr. William Smith Wells 645 Charles Hall Ashford, Jr. 646 Carl Adam Harrington. Jr. 647 Neil Carmichael Bender 648 David Robert Biren 649 Wayne Staton Bishop 650 Girard Edgar Boudreau, Jr. 651 John Charles Brooks 652 Robert Wilson Carter 653 Joseph Mark Clapp 654 Katherine Keith Coe 655 Wilson Reid Cooper, Jr. 656 Robert Jenkins Cowan 657 Julia Ann Crater 658 Rudolph Lee Edwards 659 Donald Frederick Evans 660 Mary Jane Fisher 661 Charles Zorah Flack. Jr. 662 Martha Caroline Fortune 663 Margaret Eunice Funk 664 Donald Atlas Furtado 665 Herman Allen Godwin, Jr. 666 Albert Lewis Goldsmith, Jr. 667 Paul Donald Herring INITIATES OF MAY 1, 1958 668 Adelaide Lucinda Holderness 669 Graham Davis Holding 670 Burton Allan Horwitz 671 Betty Carolyn Huffman 672 James Lewis Inabinet 673 James Morris Kimzey 674 Hannah Boone Kirby 675 Phyllis Elliott Krafft 676 John Michael Lazarus 677 Wade Hampton Lefler. Jr. 678 Thomas Veach Long 679 Barbara Ward Madison 680 Mary Moore Mason 681 Charles Raysor May, III 682 Jennie Margaret Meador 683 Elizabeth Parrish McCord 684 Donald Woffard Millen 685 Patricia Marie Miller 686 Edith Ann Morgan 687 Amy Ann Morse 688 Macon Glasgow Patton 689 Roland William Payne, Jr, 690 Carl Glenn Pickard, Jr. 691 Dorothy Byrne Pressly 692 James Harris Purks, III 693 George Robinson Ragsdale 694 Tom Slade Rand 695 John Elisha Raper, Jr. 696 William Howard Redding, Jr. 697 Frances Ellen Reynolds 698 Walter Thomas Rose. Jr. 699 Margaret Mullings Sanders 700 Cynthia Jane Segraves 701 John Aitken Sneden. Jr. 702 Joel Alan Snow 703 Arthur Herbert Sobel 704 Daniel Richard Southerland 705 Catherine Jean Stewart 706 William Ernest Stewart 707 John Luther Walker, Jr. 708 Paddy Sue Wall 709 Thomas Nobel Walters 710 Leo Clyde Wardup. Jr. 711 Mildred Hoge Whitehurst 712 Paul Leroy Whitfield 713 Scott Tucker Yates 714 John Hilliard Zollicoffer, Jr. 262 PHI BETA KAPPA Initiates The Alpha Chapter of North Carolina was established in 1904. Founded at the College of William and Mary December 5, 1776, there are at present 164 chapters. OFFICERS HARVEY PECK President LEONID AS JUDD BETTS Vice-President ROBERT JENKINS COWAN Recording Secretary ERNEST LLOYD MACKIE Corresponding Secretary EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE HARVEY PECK President LEONIDAS JUDD BETTS Vice-President ROBERT JENKINS COWAN Recording Secretary DR. ERNEST L. MACKIE Corresponding Secretary DR. ROBERT B. HOUSE DR. ALMONTE C. HOWELL DEAN CORYDON P. SPRUILL O Founded at the College of William and Mary 264 ALPHA CHAPTER OF NORTH CAROLINA MEMBERS INITIATED MAY 15, 1958 Seniors Betsy Carroll Lyon Adeliah Smyer Crouch Judith Dockery Anne Louise Drake Catherine Donelson Frost Lawrence Douglas Hayes James Milton Highsmith Shelley Wolfson Howard Cecilia Anne Husbands Leland Shattuck Jamieson Cora Louise Nelson Willie Gordon Peacock John Elisha Raper Nancy Elizabeth Pearson John William Reaves Donald MacDonald Seaver Mary Lois Rucker Mary Gravely Shelton MEMBERS INITIATED MAY 15, 1958 Juniors Neil Carmichael Bender Leonidas Judd Betts Robert Jenkins Cowan Albert Lewis Goldsmith, Jr. Herman Allen Godwin, Jr. Ray Milton Hayworth Dan Rommie Johnson Jacob Daniel Kimel, Jr. Lawrence Luther Lohr, Jr. Harvey Peck Herman Albert Margolis John Avery Rollins John Hubert Winkler, Jr. MEMBERS INITIATED DECEMBER 9, 1958 Ernest Hampton Austin, Jr. Robert Wilson Carter Nancy Marie Collins Gabriel Marlin Evans Edward Bynum Fowlkes, II Alma Eleanor Graham Marion Wiley Harris Paul Donald Herring Anne Werthman Nichols Higgins Gary Melvin Hipps Jane Mitchell Hammond Massey William Dumas McLester Carolyn Wisler Prince Eleanor Belknap Stephens Constance Elizabeth Whittaker December 5, 1776 265 PHI ETA SIGMA Phi Eta Sigma is a freshman honorary scholarship fraternity which was estabhshed at the University of Ilhnois in 1923. The University of North CaroHna chapter was estabhshed in 1947, there being now 93 chapters in the United States. OFFICERS DONALD EUGENE HARRIS President GERHARD FRIEDRICH LEIGSCHER Vice-President ROBERT PARKER FOXWORTH Secretary ROBERT LEE GRUBB, JR Treasurer RUDOLPH HERMAN WALLDORF Historian ERNEST L. MACKIE Faculty Advisor 1 _ H ; ■ F -.-■-, i T 1 llHnrr ' J H pH KS BM ' T K ilff Bi Mi M Nfaff ' y li lH r JiUFSm A ' i RLljIAp ni ■Ml Nl " rli(i ■ ( Hl - nH L P H ; Sis -j j mtfi lAi H i U Wi r - vB 1 K ' ' HUH i " J ' H km ih LH H HPI In JSI f I 9 , sfS]M wiMhl H wM JHS -TJI ■ Q First Row: George A. Weaver, Bruce F. Morton, William W. Woodhouse, III, Robert V. Fulk, Jr., William F. Savers, Jr., Robert C. Stokes, James B. Rouse, Tom D. Eflrd, Robert P. Foxworth. Second Row; John H. P. Helms. Wilber R. Boykin, Rudolph H. Walldorf, Robert M. Childs, Donald E. Harris. Frank C. Elkins. Robb F. Degnon, Peter A. Marks, Darrell B. Hawkins, Robert C. Costello, Edgar J. Hocutt, HI, Charles F. Himes. Third Row: Michael O. Hill, Bruce B. Raynor. William L. Harring- ton, James P. Ward, Lewis O. Rush. Jr., Gerhard F. Liebscher. Franklin L. Biggerstaff, Charles M. Whedbee, Howard Holderness, Thomas M. Evins, Jr., Julian T. Baker, Jr., David Q. Garrison. Fourth Row: John R. Hester. John B. Fox, Robert W. Brown, James D. Brock, David L. Grigg, Clifford C. Simpson. Jr.. Frank W. McCracken, HI, Robert L. Grubb, Jr., Larry W. Brown, Robert L. Cannon, Jr. Dean Corydon P. Spruill Dean M. A. Hill, Jr. HONORARY MEMBERS Dean Cecil Johnson Dean Ernest L. Mackie 266 FACULTY MEMBERS BETA GAMMA SIGMA OFFICERS EDWARD B. FOWLKES President G. MARLIN EVANS Secretary J. C. D. Blaine D. D. Carroll J. E. Dykstra J. S. Floyd W. J. Graham P. N. Guthrie Clarence Heer R. J. M. Hobbs C. A. Kirkpatrick H. Q. Langenderfer Maurice W. Lee R. I. Levin C. S. Logsdon C. H. McGregor E. E. Peacock G. T. Schwenning I. N. Reynolds W. A. Terrill H. D. Wolf DAN R. JOHNSON Treasurer DR. WILLIAM A. TERRILL Honorary President DR. J. C. D. BLAINE Faculty Secretary STUDENT MEMBERS Gabriel Marlin Evans Edward Bynum Fowlkes, II Dan Rommie Johnson Robert Leland Lindsey, Jr. Mary Frances McKenzie John William Reaves Johnny Manly Reece Leroy Edward Wilkins 267 OFFICERS HAROLD W. JOHNSON, JR. President ROBERT J. COWAN Vice-President JAMES M.SCOTT Recording Secretary RANDAL B. ETHRIDGE Corresponding Secretary ROBERT J. PEARCE, JR. Treasurer JERRY MORGAN Historian HISTORY Alpha Phi Omega, the only national service fraternity, was founded at Lafayette College in 1925. Rho Chapter, the local chapter, was established in 1930. The Torch and Trefoil is the official magazine of the fraternity, and the colors are blue and gold. ALPHA PHI OMEGA ATWELL BENNETT BILISOLY BRYAN CHASTAIN COENEN COWAN DUFF EASLEY HAYER JOHNSON JOHNSON JOLLY JOLLY KITTREDGE LAMBETH MATTHEWS MORRIS MURPHY PEARCE RESCH ROGERS SCOTT SEAGLE SPADER WELLS WILLIAMS ZLOTNICKI 268 . ' ). ' !? ' ' ' r« -.IMI t l» -j V N L ki. 1 [ Im HAROLD JOHNSON, JR. President And we listen The purpose of Alpha Phi Omega is to assemble college men in the fellowship of the Scout Oath and Law, to develop leadership, and to promote service to humanity. This imposing objective includes four fields of activity: 1. Service to the student body and faculty; 2. Service to youth and community; 3. Service to members of the fra- ternity; 4. Service to the nation as participating citizens. A few Alpha Phi Omega service projects are sponsor- ing Parents ' Day, operating a non-profit Book-Ex, selling magazines at a discount, ushering at student functions, providing scout camp scholarships, and assisting in the Community Empty Stocking Campaign. To its members, Alpha Phi Omega provides fellowship, leadership, and the satisfaction of serving others. William Roth, one of Rho Chapter ' s past presidents, is now the national president of Alpha Phi Omega. In addition to its service projects, Rho Chapter has a number of supper events, banquets, and social outings during the year. PLEDGE CLASS First Row.- Lank, Partin, Armstrong, McNeill, Maree. Second Roiv: Doughthit, Morgan, McCuiston, Greenwood, Efland, Knight, Seawell. Norton. 269 OFFICERS NEIL BENDER President LARRY JACKSON Vice-President DAVID WILLIAMS Secretary DAVID PARKER Treasurer ALPHA EPSILON vi DELTA BASS BENDER BERRYHILL CARTER CHESSOM CHURCH COWAN DAVIS GOODMAN GRAYSON GREGORY HADDAD MARKHAM matthews Molester PARKER SCOTT SLOAN STEM WILLIAMS HISTORY Alpha Epsilon Delta is a national honor society for pre-medical and pre-dental students. It was found- ed at the University of Alabama, April 28, 1926. There are over 13,000 members in 64 active chap- ters throughout the U. S. The North Carolina Beta Chapter was founded at the University of North Carolina on March 27, 1936. The object of the society, to recognize ex- cellence in pre-medical and pre-dental scholarship, has grown to include stimulation of the pre- medical and pre-dental student by presentation of speakers from the medical field, assistance to him by helping him to realize his responsibilities in his pre-professional education, and benefit to him by the ofl ' er of the companionship of similarly inter- ested students. 270 PHI MU ALPHA OFFICERS DICK WILLIS President DALE GLOVER Vice-President BILL KELLAM Secretary JERRY SULLIVAN Treasurer HISTORY Phi Mu Alpha was founded at the New England Conservatory of Music in 1898. Its aims are to advance the cause of music in America and to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of stu- dents of music. Alpha Rho Chapter, founded in 1926, takes an active part in furthering musical activities at the University of North Carolina; each year the chap- ter presents a concert devoted to the performance of works by American composers and frequently including compositions by members of the fra- ternity. Whenever possible, Phi Mu Alpha brings to the campus well-known artists. BEARD FETZER FIELDS GARDINER GLOVER HAMILTON KENDALL KURALT LAMBETH LOWERY MILLER SULLIVAN WILKINSON WILLIS 271 NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION First Row: E. C. Markham, Charles M. Cameron, Jr., Clairbourne S. Jones, Henry R. Totten, H. D. Crockford, Victor A. Greulach, Arthur Roe, Paul E. Shearin, E. Burton Jones, Margaret Eason, Dorothy Carter. Second Row: Olive Davis, Carolyn Shuler, Jane Ridgeway, Leola Crosthwaite, Freda Siler, Magdalen Justice, Harriet Nunn, Ella Mac Tomlinson, Jean McNeely, Francis Hinson, Eugenia McArver, Elizabeth Cauley. I ' iird Row: Wayne Austin. Ray Von Caldwell, Roger Minionis, Charles Cable, Alvah Raymond, Walter Harris, Steve Coon, Joseph Beeson, Steven Burk, Gerald Stahlman. Fourth Row: Lewis Parrish, Clarence Bales, Grover Williams, A. H. Hatsell, Jr., William Palmer, William Smith, Jerry Parisi, Junius Francis, Harry Packard, Gershom Tomlinson. Fifth Row: Ronald Appleman, Franklin Jones, John Gordon, John Collier, Eugene Womble, Norman Crawford, George Steele, Floyd Matheis, John Walser, James Valsame. Sixth Row: Charles Bucher, Gene Dew, Robert Bennett. The National Science Foundation extended an in- vitation to fifty high school teachers of science and mathematics to attend the second Institute of Natural Science at the University of North Caro- lina. Teachers from many states gathered to spend a year reviewing basic principles and new develop- ments in their various fields of mterest. Fortified with this year of intellectual refresh- ment, many with new Masters ' degrees, this group is ready to return to their schools to lead the vital campaign for a better informed public. I D C HONORARY SOCIETY DOUG BAYLIFF Epistates NEIL BENDER Grammateus PAUL WOODARD Thesauro-Phylax PRYTANIA Charter Members Wesley Neil Bass Robert W. Carter Charles Dunn Edward U. Hallford William E. Houser Thomas N. Walters Honorary Members William B. Aycock J. S. Bennett Donald A. Furtado Robert B. House Raymond L. Jefferies Walter Rabb J. E. Wadsworth James C. Wallace Robert T. Young O TANS James D. Bayliff Gerald T. Baynes Neil C. Bender Francis K. Berry Council F. Bradshaw John C. Brooks Gerald C. Chichester Rudolph L. Edwards Hilliard L. Goldman Michael K. Hayes James M. Scott Raymond M. Taylor Paul B. Walters Horace C. White Paul Lindsey Woodard 273 1BE OFFICERS WILLIAM FINLEY DAVIS President JANE CRAWFORD WALKER Secretarij DAVID CASTELLO LOUGHLIN Treasurer MEMBERS Sallie Millis Armfield Edward Porcher Brunson, Jr. Louise Mann Cheatham Dabney Minor Coddington, Jr. Robert Cameron Cooke John Morgan Darden, III William Finley Davis Katherine Winn Goode Elizabeth Coleman Jenkins Mary Ann Keith Robert Lee Lynn, III David Castello Loughlin Donald Clard McMillion William Watkins Merriman Yates Shuford Palmer, Jr. Virginia Ridley Sandidge Elizabeth Camp Sojourner Mary Ruth Starling Jane Crawford Walker Josephine Reid Ward PROFESSIONAL i ORGANIZATIONS HISTORY Alpha Kappa Psi is the oldest and the largest professional busi- ness fraternity in the world. Alpha Tau Chapter, first installed at UNC in 1925, has many professional programs and services available not only to its members but to all students at the university. Supper at Watts " LAWRENCE WILSON President COLLINS EMBRY Pledge President PLEDGE CLASS First Row: Ball, Hicks, Embry, Moore. Second Row: Mann, Meade, Griffin, Glenn, Sasser. Walker. Third Row: Wiggins, Culp, Dah ' ymple, Gordon, Harmon, Mackorell. 276 ALEXANDER BRYAN BRYAN DANIEL DRYE DUNNAGAN ELLWANGER FERGUSON FISHER GERDES HAYES HOLLOWELL HOOPER KING, JR. LEFTWICH PARKER PENDERGRAPH POPLIN PUGH ROWE SIMPSON SLATER SMITH SUDDRETH TAYLOR WHITE WILLIAMS WILLIFORD WILSON WRIGHT The 1958-59 year began with " chief honcho " Left- wich and Bryant taking charge of the house paint- ing. The " old soldier " Jerry Leonard, hasn ' t faded away, having served an extended tour of six months. Williams, Rowe, Wright and company welcomed the alumni after the homecoming game with a resounding chorus of " My Ding-a-Ling. " " Sweetie " Frank Hooper and Gerald Suddreth re- turned from their western pea-picking expedition. Odds and ends around the house: Pugh, my bid? Daniel, time for Maverick. Hayes, get me a Pepsi, pledge. King to Ellwanger, let ' s hit governmental. Drye to Slater, let ' s discuss the idiosyncrasies of the pledge class. Smith, come answer the phone, pledge Willie. 277 DELTA SIGMA PI " Just Lookin ' NORM WHITE President ERWIN FULLER Pledge President PLEDGE CLASS First Row: Goodman, Humphries, Tyson, Castanas. Second Row: Timberlake, Osborne. Pass. Clark, Atkinson. Third Row: Cox, McMillan, Floyd, Hummell. Proctor, Babb. Foiirth Row: Davis, McCurry. Roberts, Fuller. 278 BAUCOM BLALOCK BOLICK BRACKETT BROOKS BUCKLEY CARTER CHANDLER CULBRETH DIMMETTE FENNELL FOX GARRETT GREER HAMMES K. HARRIS R. HARRIS HEITMAN HELMS HICKMAN HOLLAND HOUSER LOWDER LYTLE MASON MURPHY NEVILLE NEWSOME NORUNGOLO SAUNDERS SHIRLEY SOWERS SPENCER THOMPSON VEASEY VESS WHITE WOLFE WORSELY Report on the Deltasigs — going places and doing things . . . Columbia, Room 522 . . . Vick ' s samples . . . swinging paint and hammers on new bar and rec room . . . Rushing, new faces . . . Work days by Bolick, Smith and " Baby Doll " . . . Homecoming, lunch for " alums " on patio . . . Duke week-end . . . " Vita Craft ' s " bank really had it . . . Sowers, " I ' ve gotta work on the books. " How did you get your Mono, Thin Man? . . . Heitman swings D. C. with Sue . . . Camera Joel, how ' s about a picture? . . . Newsome has friends, where? . . . Norm " Toys " around the K. D. house . . . W. C, anyone? . . . Foxy says, " lots of luck " . . . Anyone seen Cecil ' s car? . . . Snake slides into action . . . Nevillebird sets up store . . . Carter, I ' ve seen this flick before . . . Chandler, how ' s this for a project? . . . Rose Dance, what a gasser! . . . Minor bird Houser . . . Mason wins the turkey . . . Never a dull moment . . . SAYONARA. STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION The Student National Education Association was established in 1937 as a part of the National Education Association and its state and local associations. The organization has full departmental status in the N. C. E. A. The Frank Porter Graham Chapter of Student N. E. A. holds the number one charter for North Carolina Chapters. The organization assists in the social and professional growth of students majoring or interested in the field of education. DOUG HENDERSON SNEA President First Row: Barbara Sills, Barbara Mullinix, Blair Crowther, Helen Solenberger, Elaine Hoover, Patsy McKinnon, Nancy Baker. Second Row: Sue Jeffers. Jo Britton, Mary Walton, Priscilla Warren. Jane Powell, Ellen Rothschild, Sara Owen, Doug Henderson, Carolyn Miller, Faye Williams, Barbara Bush, Ernest Hatley, Patricia Sweeney. Third Row: Polly Spenser, Eleanor Cain, Nancy Crockett, Peggy Whitehurst, Emily Hill, Margaret Barnes, Leonidas Betts, William Peele, Wayne Miller, Charles Hellard, James Haymaker, Ben Hammet, Philip Hamilton, Bob McCain, Boyd Barrier, Randolph " Nichols, Frank Ashfield, Elizabeth West. Fourth Row: Linda Earp, Doris, Gibbs, Betty Davis, Carol Nicols, Wanda Hearne, Alice MacLeod, Daphne Lyon, Diane Hemingway, Jean Carver. 280 ALEXANDER GAREY HOUCK SPENCER BLEDSOE GRUBBS KOENIGSBERG STIPE CARPENTER GUEST MONGA TOMLIN CULBERTSON HANCOCK PRICE URWICK GANDY HICKS SHERIDAN WOODRUFF MBA CLUB HIST ORY The Master of Business Administration Club was organized in 1953 shortly after the MBA program was initiated at the University of North Carolina. Objectives of the club include promotion of close student-faculty relationships, coordination of the academic program with actual business situations and problems, and development of high profes- sional ideals. Activities include social gatherings, publication of an alumni newsletter, and the sponsoring of addresses by leaders in the academic and business world. OFFICERS Left to Right: Chester H. Hancock, Secretary; Robert D. Culbertson, Vice-President; John G. McCullen, Social Chairman; Richard D. Stipe, Treasurer; George A. Garey, Jr., President. 281 rCxx-iUvsj S vv V v • • I i TABLE OF CONTENTS NURSING 285 PHARMACY 295 DENTAL HYGIENE 311 284 NURSING SCHOOL OF NURSING ELIZABETH L. KEMBLE Dean The University of North CaroUna School of Nurs- ing was estabhshed in 1951 as an autonomous unit within the University and the Division of Health Affairs. A four-year program was designed to pre- pare nurses for beginning positions in the pro- fession. In 1955 full accreditation including that for public health nursing preparation was granted by the Accrediting Service of the National League for Nursing. The School now offers three different programs, and enrollment is increasing remarkably. High school graduates are admitted to the four-year cur- riculum leading to the degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Registered professional nurses are admitted with advanced credit to the general pro- gram to complete the requirements for the bacca- laureate degree in nursing. Students with a degree com.parable to the B.S. in Nursing granted by this University may enter the graduate program lead- ing to the degree Master of Science in Nursing with a major in either nursing administration or teaching in psychiatric nursing. Other indications of progress are further devel- opments in the continuation education program and research activities. NURSING FACULTY First Row: Lindberg, Haynes, Lewis, Cheek, Randolph, Parker, Norris. Second Row: Wood, Gifford, McCabe, Molleson, David, Spell, Gautefald, Thorp. Third Row: Miller, Hill, McCaskill, Pitonak, Bevis, Smith, Dalrymple, Kegley. Fourth Row: Rhame, Bernard, Kemble, Torgeson, Martin, Johnson, Fogleman. 286 Senior Class Officers are: Jo Ann Lasley, Treasurer, Beth Cliandler, Social Chairman; Phyllis Greer, Vice-Presi- dent; Martha Poindexter, President; Mary Rhyne, Sec- retary. Junior Class Officers are; Fran Brandl, Historian; Jane Burk, Treasurer; Harritte Zimmerman, Vice-President; Anita Whitener, President; Marge Clendinen, Secretary. Sophomore Class Officers are: Lynn Merchant, Social Chair- man; Donne Thompson, President; Carolyn Andrew, Treas- urer; Carolyn Pearson, Social Chairman; Alice Forester, Sec- retary; Diana Lea, Vice-President. Freshman Class Officers: First Row- Nancy Wills, Treasurer; Catherine Pierce, Social Chairman; Mary Harrison, Secretary. Second Row. Sarah Salmon, Vice-President; Mary Glenn Boatwright, President. OFFICERS Student Nursing Association Officers are: Carolyn Nifong, Treasurer; Barbara Hamilton, Second Vice- President; Lois Gallagher, President; Libby Johnson, First Vice-President; Karen Magnuson, Corresponding Secretary; Anita Whitener, Parliamentarian. Dorm Officers are: Jean Sutherland, Vice-President; Jeanne Crewes, Treasurer; Dewey Dance, President; Karen Magnuson, Secretary; Pat Brown, Social Chair- man. First Row : Acker. Dorene Karen, Charlotte; Allen. Alice Eugenia. Henderson ; Arena. Carolyn Jean. Durham: Ayers. Julia Sue, Summerfield; Bankert, Doris Marie. Hampstead. Md.; Bennett. Ann Fritz. Durham; Boatwright, Mary Glenn. Charlotte. Second Row: Brew. Sabra Ann, Wilmington; Buxton. Judith Ellen. Princeton, W. Va.; Cau- dle. Undine. Halifax; Coleman, Frances McGregor. Hurdle Mills; Crawford. Patricia Ann. Jacksonville. F!a. : Crowther. Bonnie Rae. Haddontield. N. J.: Daniels. Carol Ann. Charlotte. Third Roiv: Davis. Marcia Kenyon. Asheville: Davis- son. Ann. Weston. W. Va.: Dennintr. Sue Wlieeler. Benson; Desmond. B. ' mt ly Ann. Kinston ; Doxey. Ann M;iiu ' , Durham: Fields. Betty Elaine. Alhr marie: Finley, Blanche Elizabeth. Bur lington. Fourth Row: Fox. Kathryn Scollard. High Point: Gaylord. Diane Vail. Koper: Gihhcl, Donna Lynette. Lancaster. Pa.; Gottira. Andrea Lucille. Wallington. N. J.: li.n rison. Mary R., Fayetteville; Ha kiii . Anne. High Point; Hopkins. Anne Elizabeth. Zebulon. Fifth Row : Horner. Margaret Moore. Asheville: Howell, Bonnie Estelle. Wilson; Huber, Jane Worden. Bethesda. Md.; Hunter. Patricia Ann, Rock Hill. S. C; Jerome. Jean Gray, Roanoke Rapids; Knott. Linda Rose, Oxford; Lee. Daisy Kath- erine, Smithfield. YEAR SUth. Row : Lefflngwell, Celeste. Miami. Fla.; Louk, Elizabetli Ann, Ayden ; Longanecker, April Lee. Brookville. Ohio; Maki, Mari- lyn Carol. Raleigh ; Manuel. Carolyn Spach. Greensboro: Moore. Beverly Gordon. Riclnnond. Va.; Moore. Ken- dree ' irs:inia. Houston. Tex. Sei enlh Row : Parkins, Cynthia Susan. Brown SuniTidt ; Peedin. Ruth Raye. Selma; Pierte. Catherine Lee. Drakes Branch. Va.; Pulliani. Mary Moore. Mount Aii ; Reese. Sarah Louise, Winston-Salein : Reeves,, Mamie Louise, Asheville; Rhodes, Susan Rebecca, Windsor, Eighth Row : Rice, Wilma Ann, Swannanoa; Schna- ble. Patricia Anne, McLean, Va,; Sharp, Lora Louise, Durham ; Sikes. Fonnie Swicegood. Greensboro ; Smith. Linda Kave, Superior, W. Va.; Stokley. Cynthia Gail, Wilmington : Tesh, Esther Mae, Winston-Salem. Thompson. T. boro; Timni Chapel Hill; Forest City: Lynne. North Wilke Virs Toms, Beverly Trembath, Linda, lotte; Uzzell, Corinne Holmes, ville; Whitted, Emily Dale, Burl Williams. Joan. Farmville. Va. Wills, Nancy Leonora. Stanhope, N. J.; Willwerth. Mary Alice. Montour Falls N. Y. 288 ' ft J Andrew, Ruth Carolyn, Winston-Salem; An- drews, Charlotte Ann. Greenville, Pa.; Bag- Rett, Allene Keeter, Lillington; Broadwell, Mabel, Angier; Buie, Betty Ann, Red Springs. Second Row: Coltrane, Frances Amanda. Randleman; Connell, Mary Francis, Pi Beta Phi, Hender- son; Crewes, Jeanne Gail, Belle Glade. Fla.; Curtis. Edith Elaine. Clyde; Dickens. Beverly Joan, Burlington. Durham. Carolyn Kaye, Burlington ; Escott, Carolyn Augusta, Charlotte; Forester, Alice May, Winston-Salem; Freeman, Peggy Joyce, Robbins; Furch, Phyllis Ann, Westfleld, N. J. Fourth Row: Gilniore, Sarah Louise, Winston-Salem; Gregson, Helen Louise, Pleasant Garden; Hinton, Elizabeth Bain, Battleboro; Kent, Alice Linden, Richmond, Va,: Lea, Diana Cooke, Alpha Gumma Delta, Richmond, Va. Fifth Row: Lewi.s, Linda Ann, Rutherfordton ; Linville, Dorothy Ann, Kernersville; Long, Patricia Anne, High Point; Magnuson, Karen Mar- garet, Washington, D. C; Merchant, Norma Lynn, Asheville. YEAR TlND Sixth Row : Mewborn, Laura Darlene, Seven Springs: Midyette, Leila Buxton, Raleigh; Mills, Ruth ,lo-Ann, Concord; Mulligan, Linda Ann, White Plains, N. Y,; Nifong, Carolyn Levone, Winston-Salem. Seventh Row : Olds. Gloria Lea, New Bern ; Pearson, Frances Carolyn, Greensboro; Regenie, Sandra Jane, Garden City, N. Y.; Simmons, Jo Ann. Polloeksville; Smith, Ellen Rae, Lumberton. Eighth Row: Snyder, Frances Marshall, Durham ; Thigpen, Nannie Frances, Kinston; Thomas, Jo Eliza- beth, Charlotte; Thompson, Donna Jean, Clarendon Hills, III,; Thompson, Margaret , nne. Kappa Delta, Fredericksburg, Va. Tolton, Ann Linn, Greensboro; Umstead, Sandra Kelly, Garner; Wooten, Grace Pol- lock, Kinston. 289 First Roui: Barnes, Claudia. Reidsville; Brandl, Fran M.. Balboa. Canal Zone; Burt. Jane Arthur. Bis- coe; Carden, Catherine. Burlington. Second Row : Chapin. Roberta Firestone. Chi Omega, Ashe- ville; Clark. Loretta Beyree. Greensboro; Clendenin. Marge. Bethesda. Md.; Dance. M. Dewey. Alpha Delta Pi, Fayetteville. Third Row: Davenport. Willie Mae Joyce. Newland; Evans, Margaret Lillian. Chapel Hill; Fisher. Charlene Reed. Alpha Gamma Delta, Ashe- ville; Groves. Martha Elizabeth. Wenowah. N. J. Fourth Row: Haniel. Sandra Jane. Weaverville; Hamil- ton. Barbara Ann. Fayetteville; Holden. Nancy F.. Phoenixville, Pa.; Johnson, Eliza- beth lone. Kappa Kappa Gamma, High Point. YEAR " - A! Fifth Row : Morgan. Ann L.. Jacksonville; Muirhead, Sue Ann. Salisbury; Pemberton. Mary Ellen. Raleish; Rabb. Sylvia Annette. Gastonia. fiirth Row: Reed. Sandra Darling. Houston. Tex.; Roberts. Sandra Rush. Wallingford. Pa.; Segee. Beverly Ann, Fairborn. Ohio; Shepard. Opal Gray. Jacksonville. ffereilth Row: Spencer. Lillian Alice. South Mills; Suther- land. Jean Marie. Greensboro; Tate. Eliza- beth Helen. Liberty; Turner, Barbara Lynne, Winston-Saleni. Eigh th Row : Whitener. Anita Ceeile, Lenoir; Yeager, Carol Louise. Chapel Hill; Zimmerman, Mary Harriette. High Point. 290 ALEXANDER, NORMA LOWRIE Raleigh B.S. IN NURSING. BROWN, PEGGY JEAN Hickory B.S. IN NURSING. BULLOCK, PATRICIA WITTMANN Jomestown B.S. IN NURSING. CARTER, CAROLYN PATRICIA Hamlet B.S. IN NURSING. CHANDLER, IRMA ELIZABETH Woshington, D. C. B.S. IN NURSING. Alpha Delta Pi: Dance Committee (2); Orientation Counselor (1); University Party (1. 2. 3. 4); Wesley Foundation (1. 2. 3. 4); Women ' s Glee Club (1. 2); Young Democrats Club (1. 2); V.W.C.A. (1. 2, 3. 4). CHAPIN, CARTER FIRESTONE Asheville B.S. IN NURSING. Chi Omena; Canterbury Club (1, 2. 3. 4); Orienta- tion Counselor (2); State Student Legislature (1); Student Nurses ' Association (1. 2. 3, 4); University Party (1. 2, 3. 4); Young Republi- cans Club (1. 2, 3). DARK, DORCAS FAYE Raeford B.S. IN NURSING. FRIDDLE, LUCIA RACHEL Raleigh B.S. IN NURSING. G.M.A.B. (1); Newman Club (1. 2. 3. 4): Secretary of Class (1. 3); Student Nurses ' Association (1, 2, 3. 4); University Party a. 2). GALLAGHER, LOIS ANNE Winston-Salen B.S. IN NURSING. Newman Club (1, 2. 3, 4); Orientation Coi (2); Student Nurses ' . .ssociation (1. 2. 3, 4), Vice-President (3). dent (4); President District 5 (4). TH YEAR High Point New Bern GALLIMORE, ELAINE B.S. IN NURSING. Wesley Foundation. GRADY, ANN GRAHAM B.S. IN NURSING. GREER, PHYLLIS ANN Albemorle B.S. IN NURSING. Class Vice-President (4) : Student Nurses ' Associa- tion (1, 2. 3. 4) : Student Party (1, 2) : Y.W.C.A. (i. 2. 3. 4). QREGSON, JULIA ANNE BRYANT Asheboro B.S. IN NURSING. Stuileiit Nurses ' As.sociation (1, 2, 3, 4). HASSELL, VIRGINIA HOWE Beaufort B.S. IN NURSING. Ali,liu Delta Pi; Canterbury Club (1. 2); G.M.A.B. (II : Orientation Counselor (2) ; Student Nurses ' Association u. :!. 3. ti ; Women ' s Glee Club (1, 2); V.W.C.A. (1. 2. 3). HEATON, BEVERLY ANN Westfieid, N. J. B.S. IN NURSING. Kaiipa Delta; Orientation Counselor (1): National Student Nurses ' Association (3J ; Student Nurses ' Association (4): Y.W.C.A. (2). m HEGE, NANCY JANE Winston-Salem E B.S. IN NURSING. JOHNSON, LILLIAN ASHTON Goldsboro , B.S. IN NURSIN(;. r KLINE, PATRICIA ANNABEL East Wenatchee, Wash. w B.S. IN NURSING. LASLEY, JO ANNE Reidsville B.S. IN NURSING. Class Treasurer (4) ; Dance Committee (1) ; G.M.A.B. (I. 2); Student Nurses ' Association (1, 2. 3. 4); Student Party (1. 2. 3. 4) ; Westminster Fellowship (1. 2. 3) ; Women ' s Glee Club (1) ; Y.W.C.A. (1. 2, 3. 4). McCUISTON, GAIL LORRAINE B.S. IN NURSING. Burlington MAHLER, SARAH WHITE Guilford College B.S. IN " NUKSING. MERRICK, SUSAN ELIZABETH Asheville li.S. IN NIKSINC. MEWBORN, FAYE McNEILL Farmville B.S. IN NURSING. Class Treasurer (3); Nurses ' House Council (3): Student Nurses ' Association (1. 2, 3. 4); Student Party (1. 2); Wesley Foundation (1. 2. 3, 4 : Women ' s Glee Club (1); Y.W.C.A. (1. 2. 3, 4). MILES, BARBARA FAYE Burlington ident (3); U.S. IN NrHSIN(i. Valkyries (3. 4): Nurses ' Dormitory Pr (iriciitatioii Ciiiur.selor (2); Student Nurses ' . ssociation (1. 2, 3. 4); Westminster FelUiwsliip (1. 2. 3, 4): Women ' s Residence Council (3). MULVEY, JANE BOLTON Greensboro B.S. IN NURSING. Orientation Counselor (2): Student Nurses ' Associa- tion (1. 2. 3. 4); First Vice-President (2); Student Party (2); West- minster Fellowship (2, 3. 4); Women ' s Glee Club (2); Yackety Yack NICHOLSON, ELIZABETH CARR U.S. IN NURSING. Aliihu Deltii Pi: Orientatio sity Club (2). High Point OLIVER, MARTHA ELIZABETH Pollocksville B..S. IN NIRSING. Wesley Foundation (1, 2, 3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (1. 21. POINDEXTER, MARTHA ANN Canton B.S. IN NURSING. Orientation Counselor (2); Student Nurses ' .Associa- tion (1. 2, 3. 4): Student Legislature (I, 2): Student Party (1, 2). RENGER, JOAN HELEN M.S. IN NURSING. Lutheran Student Association (1); Ur (1. ill Wesley Foundation (2. 3. 4): ' i ' .W.C.A. (1. 2. 3). Albemarle versity Party TH YEAR Lincolnton Albemarle RHYNE, MARY MILLER B.S. IN NURSING. ROSS, MARTHA FRANCES B.S. IN NURSING. SHELBURNE, MARY HELEN Greensboro B.S. IN NURSING. Alpha Delta Pi: Nurses ' Dormitory House Council; Student Nurses ' . ' Association (1, 2. 3, 4): University Party (1. 2. 3, 4); Westminster Fellowship (1. 2. 3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (1. 2. 3. 4). SOWERS, JO ANN High Point B.S. IN NURSING. Cardboard (1, 2); Class President (3); Class Secre- tary (2;: Dance Conmiittee (1. 2); Dormitory Vice-President (3); House Council President (3); Orientation Counselor (2); Student Nurses ' Association (1, 2, 3. 4). STAINBACK, JANE PATTERSON B.S. IN NURSING. Utltu Uuiiimu: Newman Jacksonville, Flo. STRADER, CELIA JO B.S. IN NURSING. Wesley Foundali( Greensboro (1, 2, 3. 4) ; Y.W.C.A. (1. 2. 31. TAYLOR, ANITA EDWARDS Raleigh B.S. IN NURSING. TURNER, NANCY ELIZABETH Cary B.S. IN NURSINCi. Duiiiiitury E ecutive Council (3. 4); Orientation Counselor (2); Student Nurses ' .Association (1. 2, 3, 4); Student Party 12. 3i: Westminster Fellowship (2. 3. 4); Women ' s Glee Club (li; Ynck,lij Yark (2): Y.W.C.A. (I, 2. 3. 4). WENDLER, JULIE ANN High Point B.S. IN NURSING. Alplta Delta Pi; Newman Club; Student Nurses ' AsxniaticMi: Univeisity Party: Women ' s Glee Club; Y ' .W.C.A. WILLIAMS, LILLIAN ALVENE B.S. IN NURSINti. Wiunens Gle U. 2). YATES, HELEN LUCILE B.S. IN NURSING. Club (1); Y.R.C. (1, Carrboro 2); Y.W.C.A. Apex 292 GENERAL NURSING STUDENTS First Row: Burris, Nancy Rose Mount Pleasant Coletta, Lydia Ellen Durham Hamberger, Ann Marie Chapel Hill Hamrick, Shirley Ann Spindale Monk, Joyce Patricia Hurdle Mills Norville, Annie Sue Spindale Second Row: Parker, Susan E Oteen Patterson, Alfredia Joyce Mamers Rice, Peggy Ann Chapel Hill Rust, Emily Irene Norfolk, Va. Snakenburg, Diane Wilmington Stowers, Glenna Rebecca Bastain, Va. Parker, Effie McLandis Raleigh Worley, Patricia Anne Dana GRADUATE STUDENTS Andrews, Gwendolyn Jessie (Mrs.) Winston-Salem Baise, Bettie Rachel Winston-Salem Barnard, Lois Zimmerman (Mrs.) Chapel Hill Barnes, Ruby Gilbert (Mrs.) Lumberton Broome, Gladys Todd (Mrs.) Birmingham, Ala. Cudd, Margaret Union, S. C. Garmon, Betty Lee Durham Hammond, Doris Virginia Salisbury, Md. King, Annie Ruth North Little Rock, Ark. Lee, Grace Craig (Mrs.) Salisbury Perry, Evelyn Louise Raleigh Schwab, Ruth Anne (Mrs.) Chapel Hill Showker, Melissa Harkleroad Staunton, Va. Stevens, Rachel Humpheries (Mrs.) Chapel Hill Wallace, Catherine Parks Chapel Hill The lighter side of life Comforting touch of a student nurse ,1 -■ . ' Milk for lunch? Mmmm! Learning by experience Anybody for studying?? 294 TfCatf. iM4e PHARMACY E. A. BRECHT Dean PHARMACY SCHOOL The sixty-first year of pharmaceutical education at Carohna is one to be remembered, as it is the last year in which Howell Hall will house the School of Pharmacy. The fall of 1959 will find the pharmacy students and faculty in a new building on " Medical Hill " with the other schools of health affairs. Our school, which is the only institution of pharmaceuti- cal training in this state, offers now a four year course leading to a degree of Bachelor of Science in Phar- macy. In 1960, the course will be extended to five years with one year of pre-pharmacy. On the gradu- ate level, degrees of Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy are offered. Organizations connected with the school such as the Student Branches of NCPA and APhA, Rho Chi, Kappa Epsilon, Phi Delta Chi, Kappa Psi, and the Pharmacy Senate are, as always, beneficial in student pharmaceutical education. The school ' s social calen- dar is highlighted by the freshman picnic, Christmas party, pharmacy weekend, and fraternity pledge dances. This is the School of Pharmacy — dedicated to the development of qualified and well rounded pharma- cists to carry on the work of our time honored pro- fession. FACULTY Seated: Brecht, Thompson, Jonsson, Semeniuk. Standing: Bauguess, Brown, Smith, Piantodosi, Taylor, Cocolas. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Dave Montgomery, Vice-President; Jim Haithcock, Pres- ident; Jo-Ann Hambright, Secretary-Treasurer. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Helen Dunlap, Secretary-Treasurer; Howard Lutz, Presi- dent; Gary Faulkner, Vice-President. STUDENT BODY OFFICERS Jane Page, Secretary-Treasurer; Bill Allen, Vice-President; Mike Lazarus, President. SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Charles Hemes, President; Joanne Harden, Secretary- Treasurer; Sidney Harmon, Vice-President. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Becky Harper, Secretary-Treasurer; Tom Murrell, Presi- dent; Mickey Watts, Vice-President. 2 PHARMACY STUDENTS Britton. Alton Lee. Roanoke Rapids; Buchanan. George Ronald, Greensboro; Cloninger. Gary Von, Dallas. Costner. Margaret Elizabeth, Lincolnton; Davis. George W.. Jr Wilson; Dunn. Everette Matthews, Leaksville. Harper. Rebecca Alcestis. HendersonvMle; Harriss. Marvin .lacob. Jr., High Point; Hartis. Gilbert Clyde. Jr., Winston- Salem. Fourth Roir: Holland. David Louis, Hamlet; Ingram, Ralph Pearson. Roanoke Rapids; Johnson. Mary Frances. Raleigh. Kannan. Phillip Morris. Varina ; Langley. William Robert. Mebane; Lipparn, Phillip Ray. Kannapolis. Patterson, Margaret Greene. Roxboro; Pike. Ellen Louise. Con- cord; Smith, Joseph Recce, Jr., Laurinburg. Seventh Row : Stanley. Lucius Jones. Jr.. Cbarlntle; Vaugluin. Cliarles Julian. Woodland; Watts. Mitchell Wayne. Tabor City. Weathers. Donald Lawrence, Shelby; Weatherspoon, Leonard A.. Holly Springs; Wilkins, Robert Jefferson. Burlington; Wyke. Martha Ann, Shelby. 298 ND Harbour, Robert Lavton. Burliiiffton: Ilarnes. Minnie Bell. Raleijili; Bell. Barbara Jane. Statesville; Bell. Barry Max. Gastonia: Bell. Charle.s David. Winston-Salem; Bennett. Charles Crav- en. ,Tr.. Apex. rnvrl Roir : Bess, fiilbert Kent. Svlva : Bills. Eliza- beth Ann. Valflese: Buncb, William H.. F.iieriton ; Cochran, James Lee. .Mbe- rnarle: Collette. Roy Wilson. Jr.. Mocks- ville; Cox. Richard Larry. Sanford. Third Row : Creech. Joseph Arnold. Jr.. Selnia; (rouse. James Edward. Sparta: Daugli- trv. Ruffus Lynwood. Princeton: Far- rior. William Sloan. Warsaw: Fulcher. Mush Lee. Beaufort: Gibson. Charles riunnas. Goldsboro. Fninlli Row: Goodwin. Samuel Stephen, Monroe: fJordon. Robert Lee, Vadkinville: Gup- ton, Adrian Clay, Louisburs: Hardin, Jo Anne, Boone: Harmon, William Sidney, Ahoskie; Himes. Charles Farris. Brevard. Fifth Row: Hood. Charles Howard. Lillington: Horn. James Jackson. Lawndale: Huff- man. Kent Loewe. Winston-Salem : Johnson. William Lewis. Jr.. Garner: Jones. Malichi Crowder. HI. Elizabeth Citv: Kennedy. John Lowrv. States- ville. Si.rf i Row: Kesler. James Phillip. Greensboro: Kin- caid. Bobby J.. Greensboro; Lazarus. Charles Lawrence. Sanford: McCurrv. Thomas Dennis. Burnsville; McLartj-. Georpe Collins. High Point; McNeill. Eleanor Sinclair. Red Springs. renth Row: aid Franklin. Louisburg: Morris. William White. Bessemer City: Parker. Robert (ireer. Southern Pines: Phillips. Genevieve Irene. Raleigh; Put- nam. Jessie Van. Kings Mountain: Reaves. Dorothy Bingham. Fayetteville. Kiiihth Row: Kunnion. Joseph David, Lenoir: Smith, Donalrl Judd, Greensboro; Smith, Terre Milton, Reidsville; Swann, Edward Fil- more, Jr.. Icard: Thomas. Harold Mal- colm. Jr.. Raleigh; Tripp. Ronald Tucker. Ayden. Xiiith Row: Weatherly. William John. Mt. Olive: Weaver. Van Darwin, Spring Hope ; Yarborough. Frank Flowers. Raleigh. 299 Firsf ifoic.- Bentliall, Alpheus Worth, Ahoskie: Blanchard, Norwood Pitt. Wallace ; Bonner. Sylvia Meade. Crreenville: Bradshaw. C. Foy. Rocky Mount; Bryson. Vaughn Douglas, Gastonia. Second Row: f ' lark. Hueh Mercer, Pinetops: Creech. Howard Wehla. Chapel Hill: DauKhtry, Ben Philip. .Srnithtield: Davis, Thomas Peete, Warrenton; Doikery, Wesley Prichard. Chapel Hill, Third Roto: Dunlap. Helen Jean. Durham; Dutton. Mar- shall Wilson. Hickory; Elkins. Johnny Warren. Fayetteville; Faison. Nancy Margaret. Rock- iiiKham; Faulkner. Edward Garfield. Monroe. Fourth Row: Gaddy. Ray Carlton. Inprold; Hansen, Edwin Leroy. Fletcher; Hickmon. James Ralph. Wil- mington; Jones. William Warren. Morganton; Kirkman. Paul Madison. Madison. Fifth Row : Lassiter. Lucius Melvin. Jr.. Milwaukee; Little. Scottie Hanna. Hickory; Lutz. Howard Robert. Vale: McAlister. Howard Grady. Maiden : McDonald. Eugene James. Reidsville. f ij-th Roiv: McDonald, Phebe Pettingill. Carthage: Miller. James Monroe. Hickory; Miller. Joseph Larry. Hickory; Moose. William Whitaker. Mt, Pleas- ant; O ' Briant. Gordon Lee. Jr., Sanford. Sei enth Row: Patterson, Forrest T., Burlington; Peterson, Donald Vance. Wilmington; Price. Sanford Scott. Chapel Hill: Purser. Miles Herbert, .• yden; Ridenhour. Henry Baxter. Salisbury. Eirjhth Row: Saunders. John Wesley. Raleigh ; Shearin. Robert Hunter. Warrenton; Shoemaker. William Preston, Thomasville; Smith, Patrick Delane, Peachland; Smithwich, Edward Lee, Jr., Morehead City. Miith Row: Starling. Mary Ruth, Raleigh: Sutton. LuRuth. Lake Waccamaw; Upchurch. Sarali Jane. Greenville: Usler. Harold Griffin. Asheboro; Whitehead. Willis Lee. Chapel Hill. Wright. Walter David. Vadkinville; Zachary. James Neville, Cashiers. 300 ™ Allen. Billy Thomas, Kappa Psi. Raleigli ; Ballantine. Lula Kappa Epsilon, Hamlet; Barber. Robert William. Clayton. Second Row: Bishop. Robert Ellis. Kinston; Boyd. Allan Craig, Kappa Raleigh; Browning. Joseph Fletcher. Jr.. Graham. Carswell. Virgilia, Kappa Epsilon, Providence Forge. Va.; Chris- tensen. Carl Vijgo. Rho Chi, Raleigh; Clay. James B.. Oxford. Coppedge. Raymond Franklin, Ji. Cowan, Marvin Russell. Robersonv P}n Delta Chi. Mooresville. Fhi Delta Chi, Asheville; lie; Deaton. Donald Jason. Dowdy, Donald Carlisle, Kappa Psi. Roseboro; Duggins, Jack- Steven. Phi Delta Chi, Chapel Hill; Dunn. Bill M.. Kappa Psi, Kannapolis. Farrar. Joseph Ernest, Kappa Pst. Chapel Hill; Fearing. Wood- son Bradford. Kappa Psi, Manteo; Fraley, Thomas Maurice. Kappa Psi, Kannapolis. Seventh Row : George. Prentiss Legarr, Jr., Kappa Psi, Lincolnton; Griffin. William Russell, Jr.. Old Fort; Haithcock, Jimmy Reid. Kappa Psi. Mount Gilead. Hambright, Joanne Bullard, Fayetteville; Hardy, Charles Ed- ward, Kappa Psi, La Grange; Harper, Wendell J., Kappa Psi, Deep Run. 301 TH Harris, Thomas E., Jr., Phi Delta Chi. Thoniasville ; Harrison, Stephen Vance, Kappa Psi, Thomasville ; Honeycutt, Herman R.. Raleigh. Second Row: Hood, John David, Phi Delia Chi, Morganton : Huffstetler, Delvin Sylvanus, Kings Mountain; Jarrett. Charles Leonard, Lincoln- Jenks, Keithan Blanchard. Pittsboro; John.son, Jerome Karl, Clayton: King. Glenn Al den. Phi Delta Chi, Chape] Hill. Larson, Verl A., Kappa Psi, High Point; Lawing, Kenneth Lee. Phi Helta Chi, Newton; Lazarus. John Michael, Kappa Psi, Rho Chi. San ford. McNeill, John Parker, Kappa Psi, Norwood; Miley, Jesse James, Jr.. Aberdeen; Mitchell. Russell Gray, Kappa Psi. Roseboro. Montgomery. David W., Kappa Psi. Greensboro: Neal, David Ellison. Kappa Psi, Kannapolis; Page, Jane Welch, Kappa Epsi- lon. Chapel Hill. Seventh Row: Stevens. Charles Lee. Phi Delta Chi. Chapel Hill; Thompsi Charles Dale, Phi Delta Chi. Snow Camp; Vanderburg, Willi: Lee. Goldsboro. Wells. Franklin Ennis. Raleigh; WiLson. Carol Bray, Kappa Epailon, Durham. 302 The Pharmacy Senate was founded at the Univer- sity in 1940. Membership is hmited to thirty stu- dents from the School of Pharmacy. The purposes are to stimulate and increase knowledge and appreciation for the profession of Pharmacy, to promote interclass cooperation within the school, and to teach public speaking as a foundation for future leadership. PHARMACY SENATE Top Row; Marshall Button. Recorder; Don Deaton, President. Bot!o7n Row: Emily Mauney, Secretary- Treasurer; James Miller, Reporter. BARNES BENNETT BESS BLANCHARD BRADSHAW COLLETTE DEATON DOCKERY DUTTON FAISON FEARING GUPTON HIMES HORN HUFFMAN JONES, M. JONES, W. KING KIRKMAN LAZARUS McALISTER McDonald MILLER MOOSE SAUNDERS 303 KAPPA PSI OFFICERS BILLY ALLEN Regent JOHN M. LAZARUS Vice-Regent BILLY MACK DUNN Secretary DAVID NEAL Treasurer JAMES HICKMON Historian THOMAS M. FRALEY Chaplain ALLEN BOYD CLARK DAUGHTRY DOWDY ELKINS FARRAR FAULKNER FEARING FERRELL FRALEY GEORGE GIBSON HAITHCOCK HARDY HARMON HARPER HARRISON HICKMON HIMES HORN HUFFMAN KENNEDY KESLER LARSON LAZARUS LAZARUS LUTZ McNeill mitchell MONTGOMERY MOOSE NEAL O ' BRIANT PETERSON PURSER SMITH SMITH WEATHERLY 304 BILLY ALLEN Regent SAM GOODMAN Pledge President The slap of paint brushes heralds in the year at 117 W. Rosemary . . . unknown Amazon on bulletin board of unusual interest to Himes and all T-men . . . Cromley flips lid over Opel . . . Thomas, Bradsher, Allen and Dunn part with pins, hoping for a mild winter at Hogan ' s . . . Neal finds ethyl alcohol and acetone to be incompatible . . . Fig learns difference between titration and trituration . . . Larry Lazarus opens multi-channel radio station on third floor . . . Haithcock discovers great affinity for the name " Nancy " . . . Montgomery tracks kitchen thieves . . . Boyd finally reverses centrifuge . . . Dowdy terrorizes freshmen in 15 lab . . . Owens and Fraley finally get graduation in sight . . . Mitchell and Farrar soon to be supporting wives . . . Harrison con- siders posing for Van Heusen ads . . . Hardy disillusioned when told Superman a fake . . . " Michael " abdicates Scholarship Committee . . . Loughlin turns student . . . Juniors take Joke 43 . . . Moose and Huffman: the hi-fi twins . . . Zorro gets a new horse . . . Bowen takes lessons from roommates . . . Hickmon leaves water running . . . Rock sweats school . . . Christmas party, pledge weekend, pharmacy weekend, senior beer party still to come . . . beer party for pledges and ZBT ' s blasts Rosemary . . . Elbow Room scene of many football weekends . . . midnight oil, quizzes, never a dull moment! PLEDGE CLASS First Row; Wilkins, Hartis, Haithcock, Price, May. Second Row: McKinley, Egbert, Davis, Goodwin, Stanley, Lane, Huffstetler. Third Row: Creech, Measamer, Benson, Lippard, Peck, Holland, Cochran. Fourth Row: Weaver, Barbour, Yarborough, Hamilton, Thomas, Putnam. 305 PHI DELTA CHI BENNET BENTHALL BASS BRADSHAW COLLETTE COPPEDGE DEATON DOCKERY DUTTON FARRIOR HARRIS HOOD JONES LAWING McALISTER J. L. MILLER J. MILLER RIDENHOUR SAUNDERS SHOEMAKER STEVENS THOMPSON 306 m Parties, dates, good times, and general chaos filled every moment for us this year. Bradshaw, " calling for the question " . . . Collette and Ridenhour offering McAlister advice . . . Lawing telling Coppedge, Stevens about late TV hours . . . Hood leading Duggins and Thompson into " good " grades . . . Yost always working . . . Benthall and Mac Jones going to movies . . . Post as movie man with Johnson leading performer . . . " Red " and Shoemaker working every weekend to keep the brides happy . . . Sonny Miller making good grades while Willie plays the role and loses Q. P. ' s . . . Button and Good Miller continue to brag on Hickory . . . Dockery, McDonald and Saunders coast through labs . . . Bennet, Bess and Farrior still quiet . . . Deaton continuing to win. Incoming president, DEATON, receives gavel from outgoing president, JONES. Mcdonald Pledge President PLEDGE CLASS First Row: Stroud, Gordon, Hammond, McDonald, Bender. Second Row: Stevens, Miller. Johnson, Harris, Huggins. KAPPA EPSILON OFFICERS SUE BALLANTINE President VIRGILIA CARSWELL Vice-President PHEBE McDonald Secretary-Treasurer CAROL WILSON Historian NANCY FAISON Pledge Mistress VLLANTINE BELL BILLS BONNER CARSWELL DUNLAP FAISON HARDIN LITTLE Mcdonald REAVES STARLING SUTTON UPCHURCH WILSON HISTORY Kappa Epsilon is a national honorary fraternity for women students in pharmacy. It was founded nationally in 1921 at the State University of Iowa. Lambda Chapter was founded at the University of North Carolina in 1940. The purposes are to stimu- late in its members a desire for high scholarship, to foster a professional consciousness, and to pro- vide a bond of lasting loyalty, interest and friend- ship. The fraternity is proud of its many members throughout the nation who are leaders in the phar- maceutical profession. Lambda Chapter was recipi- ent of the award for the highest scholastic rating in the nation last year. 308 RHO CHI OFFICERS MIKE LAZARUS President CARL CHRISTENSEN Vice-President JILL CARSWELL Secretary-Treasurer ROSMARIE FUSSENNEGGER Historian Faculty Members Dr. E. A. Brecht Dr. Earl Brown Dr. George Cocolas Dr. Sigurdur Jonsson Dr. Claude Piantadosi Dr. Fred Semeniuk Mr. Edward Smith Mr. William Taylor Dr. H. O. Thompson Graduate Students Saul Borodkin Shu-Sing Cheng George E. Crevar Fred Fayed Undergraduate Students Virgilia Carswell Carl V. Christensen Michael Lazarus 70c " JfCiUf DENIAL HYGIEN ST First Row : Allen. Eleanor Jean, Charlotte; Carlton. Saundra Gayle. Lexinston ; Carter, Joyce Cecelia. Charlotte; Harward, Judith Anne, Carolina Beach ; Justice. Barbara Ann, Icartl. Second Row: Kelly, Jackelyn Mae. Kinston; Laws, Sandra Pauline. Mebane; Overcash, Laura Elizabeth. Con cord; Parker. Pegg5 ' June. Char lotte: Shaver, Ruby Virginia, Win ston-Salem. Third Row: Smith. Barbara Sue. Albemarle; Traylor. Nancy Jo. Southern Pines; Ware, Wanda Ruth, Burlington. First Row : Anthony, Suzanne R., Charlotte; Barnhill, Jean Carolyn. Durham; Billings. Nancy Wren, Pittsboro. Second Row : Clark. Linda Llewellyn. Belhaven; Harden. Barba Burlington; Holt. Hilda G.. Greensboro. Third Row: Mason. D. Marie. Burlington; Meeks. Bobbie Artis. Greens boro; Ward. Wanda Lan Lundee, Charlotte. Burlington; Willii and after every meal " " The outer layer is composed of Brush your teeth with Colgate! i|| ' f j " It only hurts for a little while!! " I I I That last message The next to the last line The hour of the admirals " Hey, I ' ll give you a quarter if you ' ll let me stand in your place in the shade. " Seeing that pitcher of water is torture for a dry man 317 1 " There ' s Nancy, in the black hat! ' The beginning of the end H 10 " What ' s the page number? " Now to get rid of that executioner ' s robe " Now come and get ' em " " It looks like after four years at Carolina that you would learn which line to stand in. " (ic ' ' ' ytc»da 6f I i STUDENT LIFE iridescence What is an iridescent mood? All of us have experienced it at one time or another — some of us more than others. It can be that glow that surges within us after a spontaneous achievement — it can be that confident feel- ing that for once you look just right and are doing the right thing — or it can be that feeling of extreme pride in what another does. You felt it when your favorite rushee " shook up, " when your Tarheel cagers won a close one, and when you got that B instead of a C in Sociology 51. DIANA JOHNSON, 1958 Yackety Yack Queen ELEANOR SMITH, 1959 Yackety Yack Queen Beat Dook parade pai ' ticipant Spontaneous Cheerleaders, Maryland game V LOOM Unfortunately, gloom crept into our col- lege lives at times, too. You felt it in the form of a letdown after the Duke football game . . . that weekend when your girl was supposed to come but couldn ' t . . . the time you finished your studying and then found three more chapters to read. V i Sometimes we think too much Party, but no date it happened, Dook won 325 Almost anything can happen after hours in the dorm ' • ' ATO east windows face Chi O 326 FASCINATION Fascination overcame us on many occasions. Sometimes it took the form of a new experience or new acquaintance — at other times it was more subtle and perhaps brought about by a sentimental song, a picture of an old flame or a soft, familiar voice. You felt fascinated when you first saw Carolina ' s blos- som covered campus in the spring, when you found there was some real talent in the Y talent show, or when you first saw that cute blond in your Psychology class. The time, the place, the people — all affected our moods at Carolina CAROLINA MOODS Iridescence, gloom and fascination are just a sample of the moods we ' ve experienced during our student life at Carolina. Sometimes we were afraid — afraid of our grades, our blind dates, our first drink . . . and sometimes even afraid of our friends. Sometimes we were determined — to get that book report in on time, to pass algebra, to snow Friday night ' s date and, of course, to graduate. Many times we were nostalgic — remembering the good times last year, the pledge weekend, the beach weekend, or the surprise birthday party. Other times we were confused — did we choose the right fraternity? Did we sign up for the right courses? Should we really go out tonight or should we study? Should we stop drinking now or just have one more? We were angry, happy, mischievous, angelic, sensuous, bored, nervous, relaxed — we were experiencing the moods brought about by the unique interaction of our personalities with the situations cre- ated by student life at Carolina. tCiCMt Out COED BEAUTIES YACKETY YACK QUEEN IHM pn H PfF Sm ■ilyi Pi r H| ■hS . ■ |9 mi l Hjj a l A, !■ k) f% RmI ■ r ' ■ ' ' ■ 1 Sponsored by ALPHA TAU OMEGA ' sponsored by KAPPA DELTA i Barbara Mettzkr sponsored by PI KAPPA ALPHA Clmre Hanner Judith Bunn sponsored by SIGMA NU 334 Mary Bntton sponsored by KAPPA ALPHA sponsored by DELTA KAPPA EPSILON Carol Carruthers sponsored by PHI GAMMA DELTA 337 Sally Pullen sponsors] by DELTA SIGMA PI 338 Jane Newsom sponsored by CHI PSI 339 Linda Watkins sponsored by PI KAPPA ALPHA sponsored by CHI PHI ,- : J 1 L ' ' " f i L ' ' .c J ih Ann Lucas Coleman Jenkins sponsored by SIGMA CHI 342 Sally Wade I ; SpoiisorCii by PI KAPPA ALPHA v Sponsorc{l by DELTA DELTA DELTA Dottte Bull sponsored by SPENCER DORM Susan Merntt 345 T t-. ?( i2« I TABLE OF CONTENTS GRADUATE SCHOOL 349 LAW 353 HEALTH AFFAIRS 361 School of Dentistry 362 School of Medicine 369 School of Public Health .... 373 348 m ?s fa Sccmce ut me GRADUATE SCHOOL 3WA5I ' " H3 O GRADUATE SCHOOL c; v ALEXANDER HEARD Dean First Roic: Alexander. Douglas Gordon. BouKier, . mura. Ali Miludi. Chapel Hill; Andrews. dolyn J.. Winston-Salem: Austin. Thomas Earney. Hicliory; Barnes. Ruby G., Lumberton. Second Row : Barto. John Thomen. Phi Beta Kui,i)n, Phi Dtlta Theta Salisbury. Conn.: Bass. Jane Ross. Green ville; Batten. Roland Wesley. Sigma Gamma Epsi- Inii Chapel Hill; Benadava. Santiago. Rancagua. Chile; Berry. William Clay. Oak City. Third Row: Bhapkar, Vasant P., Abmednagar. India; Bhatia, Sat Paul. Bombay. India; Blake. Eugenia Quinn. Chadbourn; Bledsoe. William Anthony. Greens boro; Bon jean. Charles M.. Alpha Tau Omega. Jacksonville, 111. Fniirth Row: Booker. E. Bernardine. Greensboro; B Larry Charles. Conover; Bowling. Cora Campobello, S. C: Bragg. Nicholas Burto ford; Britt. Julia Moody. Fanklin. Fifth. Row: Britt. William M., Rowland; Broome. Gladys T.. Birmingham. Ala.; Brown. Ralph Kenton, Ashe- boro: Bucknian. Thomas Barrett. Sigma .V». Linden. N. J.: Burke. John Edmund. South Orange. N. J. Sixth Row: Cable. Charles Allen, Akeley, Fa.: Carpenter. Harvey llene. . lbemarle; Cheatham. Margaret Ann. Hogansville. Cia. ; Cotfev. Howard Thomas. Bristol. Va.; Conner. Ray M.. Chapel Hill. Seventh Row : Cooper. Jack Lee. Atlanta, Ga, ; Crawford, Nor- man Laverne, Schoolcraft. Mich.; Crosthwaite. Leola. Morehead. Ky.; Crottv. William J.. Lamhila Chi Alpha. West Somerville, Mass.; Cudd. Mar garet. Union. S. C. For more than a century the University of North Carolina has offered instruction beyond the Bachelor ' s degree. A Master ' s degree in course was awarded as early as 1856 and the first degree of Doctor of Philosophy was conferred in 1883. On these pages are some of today ' s aspirants for grad- uate degrees which may be earned in more than fifty cur- ricula, including most departments in the arts and sciences and many areas of professional training. 350 First Row : Ciilliertsoi:. Robert D.. Chapel Hill: Dale. .Iiihii Irviii, III. Alpha Chi Sifiuiii. Kiiiixville. Tenn.: Daniels. Rutli. Beaufort: Davenport. Kverett. Roanoke Rapids; Herbert C... Waterford. iner. Nancy Eugenia, I ' atric Stepli Dean. S. C; De Beckley. W. Va. Sirotid Roil- . Dickens. Gen lil McAuley. Fayette- ville; Dixon. Barbara Harrell. fliapel Hill ; Dodson. Winfred Gray. Pi Siffiiia Alpha, Denver. Colo.; Urinnon. Herbert L.. K!ng:sport. Tenn.; DuBois. Ronald J.. Kappa Sit ma, Sclienectadv. N. V.; Dun- ham. R. Sheldon. Jr.. Phi Eta sifima. Cary; Dunn. Margaret G.. New Bern. Third Row: Duvall. Barbara Anne. Decatur. Ga.; Edgerton. Marv Bunting. Haverford, Pa.: Edwards. Cortland Hoaeh, H. Sag Harbor. N. Y.; Fair- cloth. Wayne R.. Whigham. Ga.: Fein. Sheldon. Brooklyn. N. Y.; Fisher, Vinton D.. Jr.. Pi Gamma Mil, Psi Sigma Alpha. Sigma Rho Lambda, Philadelphia. Pa.: Free. William Joseph. Chapel Hill, Fourth Rou. . Cialasso. George John, Cl.apel Hill: Gandy. Robert L.. Jr.. Lambda Chi Alpha, Concord; Garey, George Alexander. Jr.. Wilmington; Ghali. Jawad Mohammed. Baghdad. Irag ; Gibson, John Sanford. Jr., Mari- anna. Pa,; Goodman, Sarah Lee, Churchville, Va.: Graves. William Lionel, Alpha Tuu Omeg a. Umiiroit Delta Kappa, Birmingham, Ala. Fifth Row: Grubbs, Basil Arthur, Jr„ Roanoke, Va.; Guerrieri. Thomas Joseph. North Braddock. Pa.: Guest, Wil- liam S., Greensboro; Ha, Kwang- chul, Seoul. Korea ; Hammond. Doris v., Salisbury, Md,: Hancock. Chester H.. Ulm. Ark, : Harbin, Ned Finley, Jr„ Kappa Alpha. Winston- Salem. Sixth Row: Harbin. Sallv Ann, Chi Omega. Chapel Hill: Harvey, Anthony E,, Lynchburg. Va.; Hatsell. Carolie. Hubert: Hatten, Nola J., Alpha Gniiima Delta. Pascagoula, Miss.: Haynie. Duke McClary. Delta Sigma Pi. Fayetteville; Hendrix. Ann Louise. Winston ■ Salem: Hicks. James Franklin, Jr„ Delta Sigmii Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Phi Epsilon, RockiDgbam. Seventh Row: Hilt, Richard L„ Traverse City, Mich,; Hipps, Gary Melvin, Phi Beta Kappa, Tryon; HofTman, Richard Lee, Kappa Sigma. Greencastle, Pa,; Holshouser, Sibyl Oreda, Win- ston-Salem; Hoover, Robert Llovd, Pi Kappa Phi. Sigma Pi Sigma. At- lanta. Ga.; Horne. Edward E.. Charlotte; Houck. John William. Chapel Hill. Eighth Row: Hromanik. Edward Carl. Monhall. Pa.: Hubbard. Robert L.. Chapel Hill: Hunter. Carolyn Paul. Ra- leigh; Hunter. Ted L.. Jesup, Ga.; Hyatt. Ronald Wesley. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Latta. S. C; Irvine. Don- ald Wilson. Phi Delta Kappa. .-Vu- burn. Ala,; Jackson. George Elia, New York, N. Y. Ninth Row : Jack-.son, William E., Jr„ Pi Sigma Alpha, West End: Jester. Eleanor Reeves, Greenwood. S. C, : Johnson. Eugene Gerald. Walhalla. S, C; Johnson, Maurice Glen, Phi Alpha Theta, Pi Kappa Delta, Pi Sigma Alpha, Frankfort. Ky, : Jones. Franklin Mcgehee. Reidsville: Keo- kungwal, Chalerm. Thonburi, Thai- land; Kestler. William Edward, Jr,. Sigma Xii, Concord, Tenth Row: Khin, Maung. Mergui, Burma; Khoury, Hilda B., Beirut. Lebanon; Kinibrough. Emory. Jr.. Alpha Tan Omega. Phi Beta Kappa, Clarksville. Tenn,; Koenigsberg, N, Leo, Chest- nut Hill, Conn,: Lamanna, Richard Anthony, Little Falls. N. Y.; Lan- ning. Lucinda Adelaide. Fayette- ville; Lee. Grace C. Union .Mills. Eleventh Row: Lineberger. Mary Martha Louise. Gastonia ; Lodhi. Muhammad .Azhac All Khan. Lahore. West Pakistan: Loggia. Thomas Micheal. Theta Chi, Elmont. N. Y.; McCarthy. Jacque- line. Norfolk. Va.; McCullen. John G.. Jr.. Rocky .Mount; McLaughlin, Ellen W„ Roosevelt, N. Y,; Mat- theis, Floyd Elliott, Granite Falls. Minn. GRADUATE SCHOOL First Ruir: Mavfleki, Peter Nelson. Alpha Tan Vmega, Atlanta. Ga.: Maynaifl. Amanda Jane. (■ar ' ; Mikliail. Wadie Faltas, Cairo. Esvpt; Milan. Nancv Macvs. Dilla UvHa Iirlla, Baltimore, Md.; Miller. Hugh Max. Winston-Salem; Minionis. Roger, Caracas. Venezuela : Moech. Ger- mana. Rome, Italy. Second Row : .Monga. Jagjit Singh. Calcutta. In- dia; Murthy. Vrudhula Krishna. Waltair. India; Myers. Carol Ann. -Memphis. Tenn.; Netf. Harry Robert. York. Pa.; Noell, Charlotte Blynn, Oxford; Nunn. Harriett Louise. Raleigh ; Orense. Marcelo M., Phi Kappa Phi, Manila, Philip- pines. Third Kow: Palmer. William Fisher. Thomas- yille; Price. Fred Avery. Jr., Greensboro ; Oglesby. Earl Ran- dolph. Jr.. Greensboro; Oh. Vuns Voon, Seoul, Korea; Outlaml, K.I ward B.. Sirjma (iininiiii Eiisilu,,. Rich Square; I ' arkcr, I.nui Iwclk, Jr.. ' ,; Hria Kup,,„. I ' , (iuMiiiii Mil. Pi Mil Epsilini. .S, ,;,„, .V», .S„ „i« I ' l Hiviiiii. Cliarl.-t.iii. S. C; r ' arnell. Thomas .Vllied, Lamlnln Chi Alpha, Lumberton. Fourth Row: Patel. Manibhai Sukhabhai. Chapel Hill; Powell. Joseph Tiflfany. Dur- ham; Pruzan, Max. Raleigh; Ray. Loren Spurgeon. Pi Kappa Alpha. Barnardsville; Ray-Chaudhuri. D.K.. Calcutta. India; Rennich. Robert M.. Alpha Kappa Delta, Chapel Hill ; Reveron Oslo. Claudio, Cara- cas, Venezuela. Fifth Row : Ridgeway. Jane Elizabeth. Fond du Lac. Wis.; Rugheimer. John Har- old. Charleston. S. C; Russell, Frances Mullins. New York, N. Y.; Sasaki. Midori. Hiroshima, Japan; Schilling, Donald John, Spokane, Wash.; Sheridan. Micliael Douglas. Chapel Hill; Sliipp, Mauriel. Phi Beta Kappa, Talbottoni, Ga, Sixth Row : Shuler, Carolyn Keith, Hershey, Pa.; Siemer, Fred Harold, Mount Vernon, X. Y,; Sigmon, Kerinit Neal, Iron Station; Slitkin, Mal- colm, West Orange, N, J,; Slover, Rebecca Ellen, Louisville Kv Smith, Roy L., Stantield Spencei Robert Houston, Sarasota Fla Seventh Row : Speranza, Charles Fred Chapel Hill; Stahlman, H Gel aid Blaus ville. Pa.; Stephens James R Little Rock, Ark,; Stevens Rachel Humphries, Chapel Hill Stipe Richard D., Thomasville Gi Stringfellow, Carl Raymond Bii mingham. Ala.; Stjeis Matthew Gray. Winston-Salem Eighth Row: Sutton. Lewis F.. I ohisbolo Tatuni George Marvin. ,1 r Knhmond Va Thelin, (iordon Mm i ij he ittle Wash.; Ihiliii. Miik tushimn Pawtucket. U. I. hithi Ranjit Simla, India: ruriilin Donald Reid Kappa Si ' iiiiii. (.iiiiisboro Ion nesen, Edward 1 I cck Pin Chi Thetu, Manaliawkin N J Ninth Row: Tuggle, William P III Clnpel Hill; Turney, Tullj Hubert Roikv River. Ohio; Urwick George W Jr,, Charlotte; Vauanijkul Ni rasri, Bangkok, Thailand alsame James, Chapel Hill Vastano An drew Charles, Chapel Hill u Mai Thi Thanh, Saigou Viet Nam Tenth Row: Wagener, Henry Dickerson Phi Kappa Psi. Chapel Hill Wigner Richard Louis, Short Hills N J Walser, John Ivin Silisburv Walter, Kenneth G lines Di Ita Tan Delta, Sigma (lainmu Epi,il jii t ianta, Ga.; Wehr Paul E Dan bury. Conn.; Wells Alfred D Albertson; White Notie Vay Statesville, Eleventh Row: Whittock. Patricia Anne. Albe- marle; Williams. Alice Nan. Au- gusta. Ga.; Wither.s. Anita West. High Point: Womble. Eugene Wil- son. Charlotte; Woodruff. Charles Kenneth, Raleigh; Yale, Janet Jones, Chi Omega, Franklin. W me W t ut - LAW SCHOOL F ' W. .--- _J ;-- ««B«gif - ' ■f. ' U: f Nfcs .IW O HALL ! ' . 91 LAW SCHOOL FACULTY Left to Right: Frank W. Hanft, Mary Oliver, Fred B. McCall, George W. Hardy, HI, Henrv Brandis. Jr., Dean; Herbert T. Baer, M. T. Van Hecke. Robin L. Hinson, Daniel H. Pollitt. LAW SCHOOL ASSOCIATION Dalton Loffin. Vice-President: Lyn Hobbs, Treasurer; Dave Reid, Chief Justice, Honor Court; Dick Hart, Secretary; Joe Chambliss, President. H. P. BRANDIS. JR. Dean N. C. LAW REVIEW Tom Warlick, Fred Meekins, Bob King, John Allred, Jimmy Kisor. 354 ST First ,■..»■; Ailiiin.s, Jiilin Patrick. Aslieboni; Akiiis, Waverly F.. Fuquay Springs ; Allen, Sylvia Ximines. Alplia Ktipim Alpha. Fayetteville ; Alpliin, Oliver W.. Delta Sigma Pi. Mount Olive; Amnions, James Floyd, Phi Alpha Thita. F ' ayetteville: Auslander, Kichard Charles, Kappa Alpha, Reidsville; Earnhardt, John Mac- Farland, Pi Kappa Alpha. Concord; Blythe, Robert Brevard, Hunters- ville. Second Row : Bondurant, Marvin Vernon, Rei ls- ville; Boone, Donald L., Chapel Hill: Booth, Samuel Maslon, Gra- ham ; Brewer. Joe Oliver, Moravian Falls: BrigKs, Ernest Ray, Sanford: Brown, Calvin Lee, Roanoke Rapids; Brown. Franklin R„ Tarboro; Clay, Robert Morris, Raleigh. Third Row: Coburn. Robert Lee. Jr.. Williams- ton : Cole. James Anderson. Kappa Alpha. Salisbury; Coolidge, Warren H.. Spring Lake; Curtis. Cecil Martin. Marion; Cutter. John H,. in. Phi Kappa Sigma. Charlotte; Davis. Robert V., Jr.. Lancaster. S. C. : Dawes. John Coe. Roxboro: Douglas. Ronald Wayne. Danville. Va. Fourth Row: Ferguson. Thomas Harry. Phi Delta Theta. Sylvia: Fisher. Walter Scott. New York. N. Y.: Floyd. Sack William, Kings Mountain: Fox. Charles Sugg. Beta Theta Pi. Chapel Hill; Fox. Elizabeth Corbett. Fay- etteville; Fox. Richard Louis. Lowell. Mass.: Futrelle. Robert Howard. Grantham Village; Giles. Harry M.. Jr., Gastonia. Fifth Row : Glawson, Joseph Jackson, Jr,, Alpha Tail Omeua. Charleston, S, C: Haire, Robert Phillip, West Jeffer- son; Harney, John Mathews, Kappa Alpha. Phi Psi. Edenton; Herring, Julm Kurman, Jr,. Durham; Hollo- well, Edward Earl, Alpha Kappa Psi. Aurora; Huffman, Robert Lee, Kannapolis: James. Harvey Wil- liam. Burlington ; Jolly. Raymond Alonzo. Kappa Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa. Chapel Hill. Sixth Row: Jones. Elbert Richard. Jr.. Winston- Salem: Jones. Richard Sloan. Jr.. Phi Gamma Delta. Franklin: Jo- seph. ElMs ., Windsor: Kaufman. Paul Donald. Chapel Hill: Kearns. Edwin Nick. Lexington; Kerr. John Hosea. HL Phi Beta Kappa. Pi Kappa Alpha. Warrenton: Knox. Howard Alvin, Jr,. Pi Kappa Alpha. Chapel Hill; Lewis. John B., Jr„ Chi Phi. Farmville. Sereiith Row: Llewellyn. Robert Cleveland. Con- cord: Loftin. Carl Wainwright, Phi Gamma Delta, Weaverville: Lyon, Harllee Wingate, Durham; MacRae, James Cameron. Delta Kappa Epsi- lon. Chapel Hill; McCoy, Dennis Frederick, Sigma Chi. Upper Mont- clair. New Jersey; McGirt, Charles Halbert, Lenoir; .McNair, William Harvey. Winston-Salem: Markham. Allan Whitlock. Sigma Chi. Chapel Hill. Eighth Row: Mavdanis. Peter Nicholas. Char- lotte; Mills. Frank Fetzer. Kappa Sigma. Wadesboro: Moore. Clifton Leonard. Burgaw: Morgan, . lbert St.C. Alpha Phi Alpha. Kinston : Morgan. Elford H.. Spartanburg. S. C: Oldenburg. Ronald T.. Biloxi. Miss.: ONeal. Thomas M.. Raleigh: Pannell. Martin C. Claremont. A ' III (A Ron-: Penegar. Kenneth Lawing. Kappa Sigma. Gastonia; Pittman. William Bryan. Phi Delta Theta. Sanford: Porter. Walter Travis. Lambda Chi Alpha. Clarkton: Price. Glenn Arliss. Asheville; Pulley. William Paul. Jr.. Durham: Rhoades. John Arlie. Jr.. Guilford College: Right- sell. William Thomas. Jr.. Greens- boro: Robinson. Hoyle Lynwood, Candor. Te7ith Row: Sessoms. Billy M.. Pinebluff; Thom- as. Allen George, Phi Kappa Sigma. Wilson; Tull. Thomas Mitchell, Jr„ Louisburg; Twisdale, John Wvatl, Smithtield: Wall, Robert Hennis, .Mount Airy; Weaver, Herman Michael, Sigma Chi. Greensijoro: Williams, Samuel Sykes, Charlotte: Wilson, Lawrence Girard, Jr„ Phi i amnia Delta. Danville, Va. Kl II nlh Row: Wilson. Wilmer Partee. Durham; Winston. Barrv Thomas. Delta Psi. ( hapel Hill; Wood. Thomas Ben- Imry. Zeta Psi. Edenton; Younce. Charles Pear.son. Sigma Alpha Kiisilan. Greensboro, O ND First Fow: Ayscue. Edwin Osborne. Jr.. Kappa Alpha, I ' lii Btta Kappa, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Cliapel Hill; Banzet. Julius Edmond. III. Warrenfon; Bates. Fred O.. Jr.. Murphy; Batts. Berniee R.. Wallace; Cranford, Dwight Little. Phi Alpha Delta, Albemarle. Second Row: Daugherty. Hilary D.. Chapel Hill; Dinwiddle, James William, Lexington; Dockery, James S.. Jr.. Kappa Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Delta Phi. Kutliertordton ; Dougbton. (leorge Edward. Jr.. Phi Alpha Delta, Durham; Edens. Edgar L., Nashville, Tenn. Third Row: Elliott. James Maxton. Phi Delta Phi, Ashe- huro; Evans. Kobert Butler. Phi Delta Phi, SI. AiillKinii Hall. Lewes, Del.; Farmer. Robert Leon. Phi Delta Phi. Smithfleld; Fasul, Jimmy Steve. Phi Alpha Delta. Fayetteville; Fisher. Louis Joseph, IH, Chi Psi, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Sigma Alpha, High Point. Fourth How: Hawurtli. William Blair. Phi Delta Phi, High roiiil: Have-. Kobert R.. Delta Theta Phi. Burlinglun; Ilubbs. Lewis Lyndon. Phi Delta Phi. Siiiiiia .Vh. Chapel Hill: Holdford. Roy Raymond, Jr., Phi Delta Phi. Wilson; Hold- ford, William Henry, Phi Delta Phi, Zeta Psi, Chapel Hill. Fifth Raw: Ilolsliouser. James E.. Jr.. Phi Alpha Delta, I ' lii Delta Theta, Boone; Johnson. Bruce Can- Delta Theta Phi. Phi Beta Kappa. Pi Si ' fiiai Alpha, Conway; Johnson. Duane Clar- ence. Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Kappa Sigma, Niagara Falls, N. V.; Joyner. Walton Kitcbin. Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Delta Phi. Zeta P.ii. Raleigh; Lindsey. Robert Leiand. Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, Charlotte. Sixth Row : McKeown. Frank James. Jr.. Phi Alpha Delta, Cliiipel Hill: Newton. Bobby Lawrence. Lainli- ila (hi Alpha. Phi Delta Phi. Creedmoor; Ndrris, llionias Lloyd. Jr.. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Cliapel Hill: Nowell, William Milton. Raleigh; I ' age. Robert James. Phi Delta Phi, Phi Delia Theta, Chapel Hill. S renth Row: I ' arker, John Rainev. Jr.. Phi Alpha Delta, Burlington; Patrick. Bailev, Jr.. Delta Kdpjjii Kp. ' iloii, Phi Delta Phi. Hickory; Peoples. Linwood Tlioinas, l.ouisliiirg; Raiiilall, Robert Noble, Lincolntoii: Rankin. William Alexan- ler. Jr.. Heia Theta Pi. Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Delta Phi. Reidsville. Eighth Roic: Ray. William Thomas. Charlotte; Seaman. Peter George. Jr.. Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Delta Phi. Warreiitoii; Short. Marvin Roy, Jr.. Siaiia: Phi A i7o». C.astonia; Smith. Dock G., Phi Alpha Delta. Princeton; Smith. Henry Bascom. Jr., Phi Alpha Delta, Monroe. . iiith Raw: STnitb. Sherwood H.. Jr.. Phi Delta Phi. Phi Delta Theta, Jacksonville. Fla.; Stagg, William Lee, Phi Delta Phi, Chapel Hill; Taylor, Raymond Mason. Pi Sigma Alpha, Washington; Von Biberstein. Richard. Jr.. Burgaw; Walston, Abe, 11, Sigma Nu, Walston- burg. Tenth Row: Waters. Harold Lee, Jacksonville; York, Frank W.. Green. !boro. RD First Rnir: Alala. Joseph B.. Jr.. Plii IMI« ' ' ,,. Greensboro: Aklriilse. C.eorse Irvin, Phi Alpha DelUt. Vanieyville : All- red. John Thompson. Lmnhdn Chi Alpha. Phi Alpha Delta. Dunn: Biitlsett. Richard C... Delta Thcin Phi Winston-Salem: Ballinger. Max D Phi Delta Phi, Guilford College; Beckham. Arthur S.. Jr.. Kappa Siiima. Phi Delta Phi. Statesville; Blum. Robert Joel. Greensboro. .Kcrrt»rf Row : Brown. Cecil Kenneth. Delta Theta Phi. Davidson; Brown. Troy Ander- son. Jr., Delta Thetri Phi. Tampa. Fla.; Campbell. John Manley. Phi Alpha Delta. Burlington: Car- michael. Richard Cartwright. Jr., Phi Delta Phi. Durham; Chamhliss. .loseph Barrow, Zitn Psi. Drlfa Theta Phi. Rocky Mount; Childs, Stuart Row. Phi Gamma Delta. Phi Delta Phi. Charlotte: Clark. James A.. Phi Alpha Delta, Wynnewood, Pa. Third Roic: Cleveland. Alfred Eugene. Phi Alpha Delta. Murfreesboro: Coggin. George William. Phi Alpha Delta. Star: Corbett. Luke Robinson. Phi Alpha Delta. Pinehurst; Cornwell. Abner Milton, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Delta Phi, Chapel Hill: Croom, Jacques Howard, Phi Alpha Delta. Kavetteville: Dixon. Robert Kirk- man. Phi Alpha Delta. Winston- Salem; Evans. Guy Carr. Phi Delta Phi, Lambda Chi Alpha. Greenville. Fourth Row : Fleishman, Joel Lawrence. Fayette- ville; Frve, Henry E., Greensboro; Certzmaii, Stanley A,. Chapel Hill; Goldfarh, Carl, Tan Epsilnii Phi. Phi Alpha Delta, Charlotte; Han- son, Edward Josephus, Jr„ Char- lotte; Hardison, Donald L„ Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Delta Phi. Chapel Hill: Hart. Richard Banner, Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Delta Phi, Winston-Salem. Fifth Row: Henley. Jesse Meachem. Jr„ Phi liilta ' Phi, Roseboro: Hicks, Faison Mo elev, Phi Alpha Delta, Chapel Hill; Higgins, Henri ' Mills, Delta Theta Phi, Shelby; Hood, Roger A., Chi Psi, Phi Delta Phi, Cliapel Hill; Ingle, John K.. Delta Theta Phi. Siler Citv; Kelso, .loseph Kenneth. Chapel Hill: King. Robert WatkiTis. Jr.. Phi Delta Phi, Wilson. Sixth Row: Kiser, Jimmy Webb, Sigma Chi, Delta Theta Phi, Charlotte; Liles, John Wall, Jr., Phi Hamma Delta, Phi Delta Phi, Sanford; Loftin, Dalton H„ Phi Alpha Delta, Pol- locksville: Logan. Phillip Hempliill. Phi Alpha Helta. Shelby; Long. William Ray, Marion; Luck. Jean Magill. • (( Alpha Helta. Orange. N, J,; McCullough, William Henry, Siyma Phi Epsiloii, Phi Alpha Delta, Lincolnton. Seventh Row: McElroy, James Lawrence, Jr,, Marshall: McLean, James Melvin, Helta Theta Phi, Harbinger: Mc- Murray, Paul Carlton, Delta Theta Phi. Rutherfordton ; Ma.ssagee, Boyd Broadway. Jr.. Delta Theta, Chapel Hill; Mattler, Harold C, Delta Theta Phi, Chapel Hill; Meekins. Kretlerick Chapin. Kappa Alpha, Delta Theta Phi, Asheville: Miller, Nick John, Phi Alpha Delta, Chapel Hill. Eighth Row: Milsted. Carl Stephen. Phi Alpha Delta. Swansboro; Murphy. John C. Delta Theta Phi, Bridgeport. W. Va.; Murray, Edgar M., Delta Theta Phi, Elon College: Nelson, William Lee, Delta Theta Phi. Kobbins; Paturis, Emmanuel Micli- ael, Wilmington: Peel, William Robert, Delta Kappa Epsiloii. Phi Delta Phi. Williamston: Peele. Stanley. Chapel Hill, Milt h Row: Pierce, Herbert Franklin, Wilson ; Poteat. Earmine Lee, Jr., Phi Alpha Delta, Vanceyville: Rabil, Michael James, Alpha Kappa ;. Phi Alpha Delta. Wehhin: Rankin. Wilton. Wilmington ; Reiil. David Edward, Jr., Phi Alpha Delta. Chapel Hill: Reynolds. Theodore Reaves. Delta Theta Phi. Wrightsville Beach: Shackelford. John Elwood. Phi Alpha Delta. Rocky Mount. Tenth Row: Smart. John K„ Jr., Phi Alpha Delta. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Mooresboro: Soles. Robert Charles. Jr., Phi Alpha Delta, Tabor City; Spence, Thomas Kirkpatrick, Phi Alpha Delta, Montreat; Spradley, Scott W., Kappa Alpha, Shelby: Sylvester, Paul Green, Phi Alpha Delta. Richlands: Tuggle, Richard James. Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Beta Kappa. Kannapolis; Venable. Charles Hoiman. Delta Theta Phi, Pilot Mountain. Eleventh Row: Warlick, Thomas Wilson, Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Delta Phi, Newton: Webb, Robert Gold, Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Kappa Alpha, Wilson; White, Marshall Whitfield, Phi Delta Theta, Oxford; Williams, Clawson Lee, Jr., Phi Delta Phi, Sanford. PHI ALPHA DELTA OFFICERS ALFRED EUGENE CLEVELAND Justice LUKE R. CORBETT Vice Justice GEORGE WILLIAM COGGIN Clerk PAUL G. SYLVESTER Treasurer NICK J. MILLER Marshal ALDRIDGE ALLRED CAMPBELL CLARK CLEVELAND COGGIN CORBETT CRANFORD CROOM DIXON DOUGHTON FASUL GERTZMAN GOLDFARB HICKS HOLSHOUSER JOHNSON LINDSEY LOFTIN LOGAN LUCK McCULLOUGH McKEOWN MILLER MILSTED NOWELL PARKER POTEAT RABIL REID SHACKELFORD SHORT SMART SMITH, D. SMITH, S. SOLES SPENCE SYLVESTER TUGGLE WEBB HISTORY Ruffin Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta was chartered on this campus on April 30, 1921, and is one of the seventy-eight active chapters throughout the United States. The purpose of the Fraternity is to supplement the regular law school curriculum and to aid in the development and attainment of the highest professional and social ideals. Our Alumni serve the State and Nation in many responsible and prominent positions. Ruffin Chapter takes pride in its contribution to the welfare and prestige of the Law School, " Community " through its annual presentation of the Mock Trial, management of the book exchange, its Effective Speakers Program, and sponsorship of Dinner Speakers and social events. 358 DELTA THETA PHI OFFICERS TED REYNOLDS Demi HAROLD MAHLER Vice Dean BILL NELSON Clerk of the Exchequer HENRY HIGGINS Clerk of the Rolls PAUL McMURRAY Master of the Ritual BOB HAYES Bailiff BADGETT BATES BATTS BROWN CHAMBLISS DAUGHERTY DINWIDDIE HANSEN HAYES HIGGINS INGLE JOHNSON KISER MAHLER MASSAGEE McLEAN McMURRAY MEEKINS MURPHY NELSON PEOPLES REYNOLDS VENABLE WATERS HISTORY From the time of the establishment of Wayne Senate in 1914 at Atlanta Law School, Delta Theta Phi has gro wn until today it has become the largest fraternal order among students of the law in the United States. Delta Theta Phi also boasts 41 active Alumni Senates. Battle Senate was established at the University of North Carolina in 1923, and is proud to associate with 64 other Student Senates in the claim that " OUR RECORD IS OUR PROUDEST MONUMENT. " The object of Delta Theta Phi is to unite fraternally congenial students of the law, to lead them and their fellow students to high scholarship and legal learning, to surround them with an environment such that the tradition of the law and of the profession may descend upon them, to promote and to advance the interests of the law. The motto: " JUSTICE FOR FELLOW MEN, HONOR TO GOD AND LOVE FOR BROTHER. " " Why do you think I killed her? ' ' j P ' The judge " Yes, it does look like a flower pot, now that you mention it. " And now, Miss 360 HEALTH ' AFFAIRS SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY DR. JOHN C. BRAUER Dean oj tlie School oj Dentistry SPURGEON DENTAL SOCIETY Don Allen, President; Tom Fetzer, Secretary; Nat Garrison, Vice-President. The classes of 1959 in Dentistry, Dental Hygiene, and the several graduate programs have con- tributed another important chapter in the history of our school. The first class was admitted to dentistry in 1950. Throughout the state and nation our graduates have assumed leadership and responsibility with a dignity and confidence which exemplifies the highest traditions in our profession. It has been a privilege for the faculty to have had a part in the molding of the professional lives of our graduates. DENTAL SCHOOL FACULTY First Row- Long, Beat, Forbes, Barton. Second Row: Sluder, Evans. Cummings, Daniel, Higley, Nelson, Lindehl, McFall, Martin, Sturdevant, Demeritt. Third Row: Pike, Barker. Shankle, Richardson, Holland, Strickland, Knudtzon, Sager, Sockwell. FOURTH YEAR OFFICERS Joe Edney. Vice-President: Riley Stallings, Secre- tary; Carroll Kennedy, President. THIRD YEAR OFFICERS Eddie Pridgen, Vice-President; Theodore " Skeet " Hesmer, President; Dan Wilson, Secretary. SECOND YEAR OFFICERS Larry Dorton, Secretary; Bob White, President; Ben Baker, Vice-President. FIRST YEAR OFFICERS Bill Layton, President; George Mayo, Secretary; Bob Edwards, Vice-President. 363 £ First Row: Ashworth. Gerwood Lee. Durliain; Bass. Ernest Brexard. Jr.. Durtiani: Behber. James V.. Tavlorsville: Brauer. .lames S.. Chapel Hill: Buford. John Terry Harvey. Salisbury. Seronfi Row: Clark. George Earl. Xi Psi Phi. Chapel Hill; Cooli. Dennis Shelton. Lenoir; Corhiri. Jerry Lynn. Randleman: Culbreath. Jame Charles, Jr.. Luniberton; Drake, Claude Wallace. Como. Third Row: Edwards. Robert Cook. Chapel Hill: Fi.sher. Earl Elliott, Jr.. Fairmont; Gustafson. Bruie .Albert. Deltn Knppn Epsiloii. Wash- ington. D. C; Gwynn. William Houston, Yanoeyville: Haganian. Robert Preston. Alpha Epsilon Delta, Lenoir. Fourth Rolo: Hall. Norman Curtis. Hurdle Mills; Her- ring. Wilborn Moye. Wilson; High. Rov Shelton. Raleigh; Hoard, Joseph Steve. 111. Tarboro; Home, George Nelson. Bes- semer City. Fifth Row : Horwitz. Burton Allan. Phi Beta Kappn. Phi Eta fiirinin. Pi Lamhrin Phi. Order of the Did n-,ll. Raleigh; Jackson. Don Fer- rell, Dunn; .Inhnson, Robert Lee. Vale; Jurncy. Henry. Elkin; Laton. Joseph F.. Aberdeen. Lawrence. Eugene W., Jr.. Durham; Mar- bry. Donald Lee. Badin; Maus. Paul, .Ir,. Rocky Mount; Mayberry. Roland Lcroy, Gastonia: Mayo. George E.. III. Fremont. Seventh Row: Mobley. Howard Reid. Jr.. Reidsville; Nash. Shepard Drake. Knppo Siamn. St. Pauls: Peck. Harvey. .Alpha KpsiJon Delta. Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Eta .s ' lV mo. Durham; Petit. Edward LeRoy. Carrboro; Reed, Charles Baker, Sylva. Eifihlk Roiv: Robinson. Charles Franklin. Charlotte; Rogers, Harding Winslow. Mooresville; Shell. John Henry. Connelly Springs; Setzler. Ralph Chapman. Jr.. .Mbemarle; Smyre. Billy Mac. Newton. Ninth Row: Snider. William Henry, Salisbury; Sowers Jerry William. Chi Psi. High Point; Stewart. Joseph Donald. Morganton; Sut- phiii. Hugh Edward. Mount Airy: Thomas. Robert E.. Raniseur. Tulloch. Charles William. Aberdeen : Up- church. Gilbert Rivers. Smithtield: Wickev. Bryant Kelly. McCain; Willis. Weston Alex. Jacksonville. 364 O ND Firxf Row : Anderson. George D., Pi Kappa Phi, Xi Psl I ' lii. Aberdeen: Baker. Benjanun Rives, -Yi Psi Phi, Greensboro; Baker. Tbomas P.. Kings Mountain: Bean. William Claris, Delta Sigma Delta, Mebane; Bulla, Thur- man Clifton, Xi Psi Phi, Aslieboro, William David, A ' l Psi phi, Bel- Butler, Wallace Bob, Psi Omega, rton: Carnevale, Reynolds . lfonso. Phi. Chapel Hill: Cathey, Gerald Gastonia: Craig, Joe Billy, Cherry- ThirrI Row: l);ivis. Wilburn Addison, Xi Psi Phi, Chapel Hill; Diirton, Marion Lamar, Xi Psi Phi. Chapel Hill; Fair, Ronald E„ Chapel Hill: Hedrick, Paul Perry, Delta fiigma Delta. Lenoir: Hefner, Allen Ray, Xi Psi Phi. Chapel Hill, Finirth Row: Benson, David Edward, Xi Psi Phi, Svlva; Hill, James Z., Psi Omega. Chapel Hill: ,lolinson, Dewey Edward. Phi Kappa Sia- ma. Psi Omega, Charleston, S. C: Johnson, .lames B.. Fairmont: Keith. William C„ Xi Phi. Chapel Hill, Fifth Row: Knight, Kinchen Coffleld, Delta Sigma Delta. Whitakers: McLees, James Kitner, Psi Omega. Greensboro: McRee, Robert Wade, Jr.. Psi Omega. Chapel Hill; Maus. Lewis McKinnev. Psi Omega, fiigma Phi Kpsilnii. Reidsville; Moon, Hewitt Edward, -Y; Phi, Kannapolis. Sixth Row : Nantz. Glenn Rodney. Delta Sigma Delta. Chapel Hill: Nofsinger. Collins Denny. Jr., Delta Sigma Delta. Roanoke, Va.; Orlin, David, Zeta Beta Tan. Miami, Fla,: Patti- shall, Franklin David, Psi Omega. Burling- ton; Raby. Claude L., Jr.. Xi Psi Phi, Chapel Hill. renth Row: liley. Gary Ray. Pi Lambda Phi, Spar- iliiir- S. C: Spencer. William Riley. I i ' mega. Draper: Standi. John Harvev. ni.aijdlis; Suggs. Robert Bailey. HI. -Yi I ' hi, Belmont; Trontman. Dennis Frank- . Delta Sigma Delta. Charlotte. Eighth Row: I ' ncliurch. Jack Belvin. Raleigh: Van ' leet. David Edward. Delta Sigma Delta, ( hapel Hill: Walker. Oscar Blair. Psi dim go, r;astonia; Warren. Bert Barrow. .-Illjlia Epsiloii Delta. Delta Sigma Delta, Farmville; White. Robert Dean. Delta Sigma Delta, Marion. Ninth Row: Wilkinson, Robert McLain, Delta Sigma Delta, Winston-Salem; Wilson, Noah Rouse, Jr„ Delta Sigma Delta, Wilson ' s Mills; Woody, Gordon Ralph, Jr., Psi Omega, Durham. 365 Fiixt Kow: Beiitley. Keith Lambeth, I-si Omega, Mo- ravian Falls; Blaclvman. Wilbert Wortli. ' .i Ome ' ja. Smitlitield; Cornell. Thomas Bonifer. Delta Upsilon. Xi Psi Phi. Avon Park, Fla.; Deibler, Eugene Carl. Xi Psi Phi, Chapel Hill; Delbridge. Matthew G.. Chapel Hill. Second Row: Farmer, Robert L., Greensboro; Fresh- water. David Hales. Psi Omega, Morehead City; Hatcher. Hubert Edwin. Morrisville: Heinsohn. Frank. Jr.. Charleston. S. C.; Hesnier. Theodore Casper, Jr., Psi Omega, Cliapel Hill. Third Row: Hines. Richard Nortieet. Jr.. Delta Sigma Delta. Zeta Psi. Edenton ; Holmes. Robert W.. Bela Theta Pi. Delta Sigma Delta. Lexington; Hoover. Charles Wayne, Xi Psi Plii. Winston-Salem; Howdy. Frederick Hinvanl. Delta Sigma Delta. Washington; Irvin. John Lafayette. Beta Theta Pi, Psi (iiiiiyu. Greensboro. Fourth Row: Krogh. Paul Harold Jennison. Delta Sigma Delta. Washington. D. C. ; Landau. Lad. ! ' i Liunhda Phi. Greensboro: McKee. Rav- in 1 Andrew. Xi Phi, Mooresville; M;iiiltsl)v. William Devane. Lambda Chi Aliihii. Psi Omega, Chapel Hill; Morris. Tom . llison. Psi Omega. Sylva. Morrison. Virgil .McKee. Raleigh; Moser Galen Cartner. Fhltn Siiiiiia Delta. Burling ton; Oaklv. Kcimctli liolrnes. Kni,i«i Su, ma. Psi ()(„,.„ . U:ilei:. ' li; I ' riilgen. Kil var( N.. Psi Uimiju, Kayctteville; Kay. Alcxan der Graham. Phi beta Kappa, Psi Umeiiu High Point. Sixth Row: Rice. Jacqueline Marie. High Point; Rober- son. Joe Baxter. Psi Omega, Candler; Schlapkohl. Charles J., Psi Omega. Pom- pano Beach. Fla.; Shoulars. Hudson Wil- son. Alpha Tail Omega. Psi Omega, Rich Square; Surles. Charlie William, Jr.. Delta Sigma Delta, Dunn. Seveiith Row: Thompson. Sanford Webb. IlL Psi Om Morehead Citv; Watson. Robert Malcn Jr.. Spartanburg. S. C; Wliite. Wa Alston. Delta Sigma Delta. Manson ; ' son, William Danford, Alpha Tau Om Gastonia ; Woodard. Warden Lewis. Delta Sigma Delta. Beaufort. 366 ™ mm Allen. Don Lee. tsi Umeqa. Burlington: Attavek. Eli John. Pai Onieoii. Hicensboro; Beam. David Rozier. A ' l P.ii Pin. Shelby; Biid, Charles W., Cu. ' lowhee: Breland, Arthur B.. Xi Psi Phi, Chapel Hill. Second Row: Brown, Oscar Hubert. Psi Omega. Winter ville; Butler, James Roger, Delta Vpsilon, Psi Omet a, Homestead, Fla, : Cashion, Leonard Robert. Delta Sigma Delta, Mooresville; Crutchfleld. William Graham, Kaleisli; Diggs, Robert Mi-Donald. Xi Psi Phi. Charlotte. Third Row: Ednev. Joseph H.. Fsi umega. Lliapel Hill; Garrison. Nathaniel Williams. Beta Theta Pi. Omega, Chapel Hill; Grantham, Norman Bridgers. Jr.. Alpha Tan Omega, Dilin Sigma Delta. Smithfleld; Hamriek. Tirninons Hicks. Jr.. Psi Omega, Chapel Hill; Hawkins, Charles Bruce. Xi Psi Phi, Batli. Fmirth Row: Hook Brevitt. Chapel Hill: Hult. Thomas J., Xi Psi Phi, Chapel Hill: Irvin. Emory Wavne. Winston-Salem: Kennedy. K. Car- roll. P. !i Omega, Goldsboro; Leary. Thomas Edison. Xi P.ii Phi, Ahoskie. Fifth Row : LeGwin. James Dewitt. Phi Kawa Sigma, Xi Psi Phi, Wilmington: Lynch. William Grant. Xi Psi Phi. Chapel Hill: McCaffity. Darwin William. Xi Psi Phi, Edward; MacKay. Noel Cotterman. Xi Psi Phi, Charlotte: Martin. John Wayne. Psi Omega, Washington, . ' ii.rth Rote : Mauldin. Joel Lee, Psi Umega, Albemarle: Miller. Fred Cecil. Xi Psi Phi, Boone; Mit.liell. Patricia S.. Chapel Hill; Morgan. William Kenneth. Fairmont; Nifong. Paul Douglas. Xi Psi Phi, Chapel Hill. Seventh Bow : Parkerson, Elwood Martin, Greensboro: Profiit, William Robert, Phi Beta Kappa, Psi Omega, Lillington: Quails. Dixon Lee, Beta Theta Pi, Psi Omega, Boone: Rober- son. Robert Wilson. Omega, Buie ' s Creek; Rogers. Sulian Richard. Psi Omega, Wrightsville Beach. Eighth Row: Shaffer. Jack Boone. Phi Delta Theta, Chapel Hill; Sneed. Thomas Q.. Jr., Theta Chi, Oxford; Stallings. June H.. Jr., Delta Sigma Delta, Kappa Alpha. Oxford: Stallings. Riley S„ Jr,. Psi Oynega, Dur- ham; Trueblood, Samuel Neal, Psi Omega, Washington, Xiiith Row: Warren, Donald William. Pi Lnmlida Phi, Chapel Hill: Webster. William Phillip. Xi Psi Phi. Mount Airv; Whitson. Ronald Wavne. Xi Psi Phi. Winston-Salem; Wiess, Richard Thomas. Xi Psi Phi. Chapel Hill: Williford, John Will. A ' ; Psi Phi. Chapel Hill. 367 PSI OMEGA This year has been a very successful one for Chi Upsilon Chapter. Under the able leadership of Grandmaster Rogers, we experienced one of our most successful rush seasons. The fraternity lab had a complete face-lifting job giving us very adequate lab facilities, plus a spacious chapter room. Our activities included speakers, dances, banquets, alumni party and the usual grind. With increased membership through the years, Chi Upsilon has as one of its primary goals, the establishment of a permanent chapter house to be dedicated to a finer dental fraternity. ALLEN ATTAYEK BENTLEY BLACKMAN BROWN J. BUTLER W. BUTLER EDNEY FRESHWATER GARRISON HAMRICK HEINSOHN HESMER HILL IRVIN D. JOHNSON J. JOHNSON KENNEDY MARTIN MAULDIN MAULTSBY MAUS MORRIS McLEES McREE OAKLEY PATTISHALL PRIDGEN PROFFIT QUALLS RAY J. ROBERSON R. ROBERSON ROGERS SCHLAPKOHL SHOULARS SPENCER STALLINGS THOMPSON TRUEBLOOD WALKER WOODY 368 W. REECE BERRYHILL Dean MEDICAL SCHOOL This year represents the 79th year of medical educa- tion at the University and the sixth year that the M.D. is being offered by the University 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 Di- vision of Health Affairs. They also direct the training of interns and resident physicians at the Memorial Hospital and offer postgraduate medical courses throughout the state. Faculty members are: William L. Fleming, W. Reece Berryhill, William P. Richardson, Carl E. Anderson, W. Critz, George, D. A. MacPherson, John H. Ferguson, David R. " Hawkins, Charles A. Bream, J. Logan Irvin, Charles W. Hooker, Robert A. Ross, Nathan A. Womack, Edward C. Curen, Robert R. Cadmus. £ First Bow: Barkley, Karl Lee, Raleigh; Dokli, Oscar Howard, Jr., Albemarle: Bost, William Stuart, Jr., Green- ville; Bostian, Karl Eugene, Ra- leigh; Browning, Robert Locke, Jr., Alpha Epsih:}! Dultit. Monroe; Burke, William Richard, Jr., Aljiha Epsilun Delta, Wilson; Burney, Kredrh- . rlen. Alpha Epsilon Delta, Wadesboro. Second Row : Burrows. Lillian Wincey, Orlando, Fla.; Callicott, Joseph Handel, Jr.. Beta rh,l,i I ' l. Crcensboro; Carter. Robert . slir. I;ii- Hill; Cole, Tollie Bovce, . riiK-; ( i;i cn. Jesse Clar- ence, Phi K ipi«i Psi, Ramseur; EUer, Jerry Jay, Sigma Phi Epsilun, Greensboro; Evans, Amos Ray, Greenville. Third Roic: Flovd. Giles Cowan Charlotte; Gable. Thama i Williar 11, Goldsboro; Garrow, A. Scntt. Favetteville: .laiiic- Harris ;on. Marion: Griffin, l:iri.. II WiNn n. Phi Ihlti, Th.t,,. |l;, i.l ,uii: 11.1 iiirick. Fred erick Uelniar, in. Ill atherfordton ; Harriss, George N., W ilmington. Fourth Rote: Hal-tzu-. Hen rv Ger: ir.l. HI. Ra- lei li: ll;nu..i til. Rav Aslie burn; lli.k-. Cliarlcs Muiitiioiiiery. Si ' llUil H WiliiiiiiK ton: Kouni. .Mcses I,.MHrc IMC. .Ir. Sii nia n. .Shclhv: Lathi am. William (arsdii. Betliel; Lawi iig. Dal iiel I ' hilinoii. Linci.liitoii; M IcConiiac ■k. ,lohii New ton, Spindale, Fifth Row: .McLean. .lol 111 Mar .shall. Aver, Ma s.; . larriu itt. John Daiiglitiv. I ' l Kup,,,, Alpha . Battle b.ini; Miller. K,l U.U.I .lanu s. Ciuiiii i lcr; Mum.ic. .loliii Laiiclilil 1. West F.iid: Morris. Kcniiv .h.r.b in. Ne vton Grove; . ' cl rl. Willi.i ill Arthur, Pi Kappa Ah ' l ' " . Cliarl. itte; Pa irker. Gerald Keith. Br rd. Si.rth Row : Peacock, Willie Gordon, Benson ; Piekard, Carl Glenn, Jr„ Delta Kappa Epsilon, Asheville; Phipps, Carl Spencer, Wendell; Reeder, Alton Alfred, Seagrove; Rhodes, John Flint, Raleigh; Roberts, Franz Joseiih, iaiiia Nu. Alpha Phi (hiiiiia. Hillsboro; Salle. Judith Frances, Zrta Tan Alpha, Wa,shing. ton. Seventh Bow : Scarborough, Dawson Emerson, Jr.. Vancevville: Scott, Harry White. Si ' iiiia y,i. Greenville; Smith, James Franklin. Murphy; Smith, Miriam Frances, Kaiiiiapolis; Taylor, Rich- ani Lewis, (i lord; Warner, John Fr.iiKis. ■ Kappa Alpha, Raleigh; Watson. IJa id Thomas, Delia Kappa KpsUai,. Raleigh, Eighth Row: Withers, Abner Carr, Spencer; Zollicoffer, Lawrence. Littleton, O ND Atkinson, Clinton Kesler, Lilesville; Blair. James H., Phi Chi. High Point; Blount, Erolyn Jenkins, Chi Beta Phi, Kappa Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, Greenville; Boerner, Rob- ert Martin, Kernersville ; Bovette, Charles Otis, Chadbourn; Bradford. William Steward, Marion ; Britt, Robert Carl, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Lumberton. 370 First Kow : Bruton. H. David, Sf. Anthonv hall. Candor; Clontz, Franklin Delanii, Morganton : Council, Jolin C„ Jr.. Phi Chi, Sumter, S. C: Creislitnn. Robert Kilgo. ,Ir.. Ahilia T,i,i Omeya, Phi Chi. Montc-lair. . .1.: Davis, George Tlionias. Alplm Kiisi- Inn Delta. Phi Beta KaiiiJa, CluiiH-l Hill: Edwards, Ellison Francis. Cliadbourn; Fennegan, F, Michael. Fairmont. Second Row: Gabriel, Michaela. Jerusaleni, Is rael; Gibson, William Stephen. Jr.. Phi Chi. Goldsboro; Graham. John Calhoun. Jr.. Phi Chi. Uoil .SjiriiiKs ; Grigg, Claud McXeill. •hi Chi. rin Kappa Psi. Alln ' iiKirl.- : IImIc-. l.i-sli. ' Morgan, Kappa .Mpha. Kavi ' ttc ilh ; Harris, Donald Philip. High Point: Hinkley, Clark M., Waynesville. Third Row: Hudson, Richard Woodard, kappii Alpha. Phi Alpha Theta. Vande more: Lackey, Dale Rea. Fallstim : Lohr, Lloyd Dermot. Beta Tlutu Pi. Lexington: Matthews, Wilbur Pullen. Jr„ Raleigh: McGee, Zell Allison, Beta Thita Pi. Phi Chi. Winston-Salem: Miller, Roy Wayne. Salisbury; Miller. Williaiu Stacy, Benson. Fourth Row: Morgan, William Watson. Phi IJii. Canton; Newsome, Albert Ray, Kappa Alpha. Phi Chi, Winston- Salem; Noel, Robert Frederic, Phi Chi. Sigma A ' «, Henderson: O ' Briant. Charles Rex. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Bunnlevel; Owens. William L., Fountain: Patseavouras. Lduic L., Chi Phi, Phi Chi, Rocky Mount: Pittman, Malory Alfred, Jr., Phi Chi, Wilson. Fifth Row: Rand, Cecil Holmes, Jr.. ] eita Kappa EiJsilon. Fremont: Reaves. Leonard Erastus. III. Alpha Kii.- il,,,i Delta. Chi P.s . Favetteville: Kicli ardson. Bobby Arthur. Alpha F.pni- hm Delta. Siyma Xi. liessemcr lit : Robinson, James Hciidi -. : i ' iu " f Alpha Epsilon, Clinton: SainucN. Walter Ray, Hamlet : Sliarph-s . Edward Arthur, Phi Chi, Xeta Ps,. Chapel Hill; Shermer, Richard Wayne, Winston-Salem, Sii-th Row: Shuford, William Kerrell, Jr.. Phi Chi, Clinton; Stiles. Eddie Phillips. Chi Beta Phi. Newton; TavU.e. Jo.sllua. Phi Chi. Phi (Uiiinita Helta. Washington: Trachtenberg. Steplit-n Jay, Alpha Epsih,,, li.lta. Phi H,ta Kappa. Phi Eta Sianta. pi Laiuhila P ii. Jacksonville; Weaver, .eliidun. III. Delia Kappa Epxiliai. Phi Chi. Asheville; Wells. Donn A.. Albert son: White. William Heiirv. .h.. Phi Beta Kiippii. Phi Chi. Sanfnnl. First Row : Baucom, Robert Leslie, Monroe : Bentley, Ralph Luther, Moravian Falls; Blount, John Myers, Chapel Hill: Campbell, James A.. Buies Creek: Eaves. R. Spencer. Ruther- fordton; Fernald, Gerald Wallace. Chapel Hill: Fox, Joe Thomas, Jr.. Phi Chi. Asheville. Second Row: Garmise. David Bruce, Lawrence, N, Y.; Hackler, Robert Hardin, Washington: Harris, Falls Lewis. Phi Chi. Harris; Hoffler, George WycklifTe, Sunbury: Joines, Eliza beth Vance, Macon, Ga,: Kirchberg, Roy William, Jr., Sylva ; LeRoy, Edward Carwile, Phi Chi, Elizabeth City. Third Row: Lore. Charles Eli, Phi Chi, Snjiiia Phi Epsilon, Lenoir; McAllister, ,1. Gray, HI, .Alpha Kappa Kappa, Chapel Hill: McCain. Kenneth Franklin, Phi Chi, lligli Point: Mitchell. John Wesley. Phi Chi. LaGrange: Morgan. Elwoud Ernest. Phi Chi, Burlington; Owen. Duncan Shaw. Jr.. Fayetteville; Payne. Robert Benjamin. Gastonia. FuurthRow: Pearson, William Seymour, States- ville; Poirier, Jean Rene, Elizabeth- town; Shive, Robert MacGregor, Phi Chi, Scotts: Sieber, Arvid Charles, Hendersonville: Sohiin iii. Elliott, Phi Eta Siilma. Tan Fpsilini Phi. Greensboro: Strickland, George Thomas. Jr., Phi Chi. Nashville; Veazey, Perry Burt, Alpha Tan iimeija. Phi Chi. Raleigh; Wise, John Edney, Lincolnton. TH First Row : Brawley. Bob Watson. Chapel Hill; Brown, Bobbv Craig. Greensboro; Brown. Jerry Clifton, Rich Square; Brown. Robert Calvin, Statesville; Davis. Daniel Whitaker. Phi Beta Kappa, Andrews. Second Row: Ellinwood. Everett Hews. Greensboro; Fisher. Otis Norwood. Chi Psi. Phi Chi. Bladenboro; Gentry. George Wesley. Alpha Kappa Kappa, Kappa Alpha, Roxboro; Gentry. John Billy. Statesville; Gilbert. Charles Franklin. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Benson, Third Row: Ginn, William M.. Jr., Phi Chi, Goldsboro; Goodwin. Joel Sexton. Chi Psi. Phi Chi. Apex: Green. Robert Lorenza. Phi Chi, Phi Eta f igma, Theta Chi, Salisbury; Hart. Oliver. James. Jr., Phi Chi, Phi Eta Sigma, Winston-Salem; Holder. David Lee. Phi Chi, Lewisville. Fourth Row: I Gusti Agung Gde. Denpaser. Bali, Indo- nesia; Johnston, Frank Smith, Jr., Leas- burg; Jones, Morris Alexander, Phi Chi, High Point; Kelly. David Lee. Jr.. Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Chi. Phi Eta Sigma, Winston Salem; Kiley. James Anthony, Buffalo. N. y. Fifth Row : Lashley, Curtis Ray, Lambda Chi Alpha. Phi Chi. Burlington; Linker, Robert Polk, Phi Chi, Chapel Hill; Luke, Daniel Rawls, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Eta Sigma, New Preston, Conn.; Mitchell. Edward Lee, Goldsboro; Moore, Paul Mil ton, Jr., Black Creek. Sijcth Row: Porter. Richard Alan. Sigma Nu, Burling- ton ; Rowland. Wade Russell. Black Moun- tain; Sharpless. Martha Kornegay. Alpha Omega Alpha, Zeta Tau Alpha, Goldsboro; Stewart. Edwin Lewers, Chapel Hill; Sut- ton, William Wayne, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Greenville. Seventh Row : Thompson. John Hargett. Alpha Kappn Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa, Richlands; Trado. Charles E.. Henderson; Ward, Bennie Brooks. Longwood ; Warren. Casper Carl. Jr., Charlotte; Waters. Henry Gene, Roanoke Rapids. Eighth Row : Whitaker, David Louis, Alpha Chi Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, Williams- ton; White. Franklin Delano. Phi Chi, Pittsboro; Wilson. Robert Gaines, Fieldale, Va.; Wood. George Thomas. Ill, Phi Chi, High Point; Wynne, Thomas Robert, Greenville, S. C. 372 SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH 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. " UNC ' s School of Public Health is the fourth oldest of its kind in the United States and one of the thirteen North American Schools of Public Health to be ac- credited by the American Public Health Association. Professional persons taking postgraduate work learn to function as inter-disciplinary community health teams through lectures, laboratory and field experience in the sciences distinctive and basic to public health. The faculty is composed of eminent authorities in the specialties of public health with varying professional backgrounds. The School provides additional service and training to local communities through short courses, refresher courses and workshops for other professional public health workers. This year the School has outstanding students from thirty-six of the forty-nine states, as well as from thir- teen foreign countries. These foreign students are among the top professional health people of their coun- tries. They have enriched the curriculum for all stu- dents through seminar sessions and informal discussion of the basic health problems and experiences in their respective cultures. EDWARD G. McGAVRAN Dean FACULTY Front Row. Tyler, Kark, Garson. Wright. Larsh, McGavran, Greenberg, Bryan, Guillot, Blee, Kelso. Second Row: Upshaw, Mackinnon, Donnelly. Diamond. Goulson, Hendrecks, Cameron, Freedman. Third Row: Kent, Cantrell, Hansen, Coker, Ripperton, Doak. Well. ' ;, Fulton. Top Row: McMahan. Walker, Filley, Cassell, Thayer, Washburn, Walsh. 373 First Biiw: Abernatliy, Atwell Ray. Cliapel Hill; Aeh. Lorraine Clarice, McDermott, Oliio: Amer, Raovf M.. BenKhazi. Libya; Atkins, Walter 1).. Holrlenville, Okla.; Aycock. Madge M., rriiK ' Oton. Srcimd Rnw: Azemnun. Beyoiik. Tabriz, Iran; Bales, I ' egsy Neal. Lilesville; Barnes, Sarah May, Baltimore, Mti.; Bauer, Margaret A., Ar lington, Va. : Bautista. Delfina Nery, Labo, Camarines Norte, Philippines. TliirrI Rnu- : Beall. Charles R.. Chapel Hill; Bell, .lack . danis, Lenioyne, Pa.; Berrey. E. W.. Bonner Springs. Kan.; Boedidarmo. Boe- sono. Purwokerto Diawatengah. Indonesia; Bond. Marlene. Jonesboro. La. Fourth Rnw: Bruce, . irlie C. Fairbanks, Alaska; Bry- son. .lames V.. Laurens. S. C. ; Burchinal. Betty Lucille. Meriden. Conn.; Burkhardt, Barbara, Baltimore. Md.; Burroughs. Sara Louise. Clarksburg. W. ' a. Fifth Rnlr: Byrne. .lames F.. Fairmont; Cauble, Harohl Hamilton, flastonia; Cauflill. Ivallean. Pippa Passes, Ky. ; Chang. Helen H.. Van- couver. B. C; Christiansen. Ruth H.. Day- ton. Ohio. Sixth Rnir: Clark, .lames A.. Jr.. Lincoln. Neb.; Cox. Dorothy Gail. Lyman. S. C; Daniel. Wayne Wendell. Villa Rica. Ga.; Davis. .loan Kathlyn. San Anselmo. Calif.; Distefano. Theodore C. Tylertown. Miss. ftereiith Rnw: Ervine. Harold Clayton. Durham; Farag. Saleem A.. Loma Linda. Calif.; Finger. James H.. Dallas: Flood, C. Crosbie, Gainesville. Fla.; Flournoy, A. Isabelle Painter, Griffln, Ga. Ki ' ihth Rnw: Krenzel, Winston Wilmarth. Dallas, Tex.; Gault. Lois Lorine. Dallas. Tex.; Gertz. Helen. Washington. D. C; Gilchrist. Roy . llcn. Durham; Glover, Homer B., Chapel Hill. Si nth Row: Green. David Philip. Cheyenne. Wyo.; Hackett. Kuniari Priyambada. Nagpur. Bombay State. India; Hallan. Jerome Boyd. Cliapel Hill; Hawes, Gilbert Lee. Portland. Ore. First Row: Hendricks. Warren H.. Reams Canyon. Ariz.: Herlinger. Eva. Veranopolis. Brazil; Herold. William Sawyers. Fayetteville, W. Va.: Hoover. Marion Ruth. Fort Campbell. Ky. ; Home. Essie Mae. Hapeville. Ga. Secnud Row : Hunt. H. Helen, Lexington. Ky.: Hussein. Mohamed. Alexandria. Egypt : Isom. Ruby N.. Memphis. Tenn.: Ivy. Andra Hedmeg. New Orleans, La.; Jamuar, B. P., Chapel Hill. Third Row: Jenkins. John Epting. Columbia. S. C: Johnston. Donald Richard. New Castle. Pa.: Kaufman, Louis Richard, Chapel Hill: Keating, Edwin, Nevi- York, N. Y.: Keeh nen. Gene Dicus. Columbus, Ga, Fniirth Row: Keener, Evelyn O ' Neal. Columbus. Ga.; Kermisch. Gloria Rea. Wa-shington. D, C, ; Kilpatrick. John William, Savannah, Ga.: Lay, Sie Fo, Bandung, Indonesia; Leeson. . nna Mae, Clay, W. Va, Fifth Roiv: Lessel, Rchard Lee, Eugene, Ore, : Lewis, Fred D„ Jr„ Chapel Hill; Lichtefeld, E Merle, Louisville, Ky. : Lightner. Mervii Dole. Hastings. Neb.: Long. Elizabeth .lane Atlanta, Ga, Sixth Ifoic. Lopez. Ilia ' „ Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico: Lovett, Joseph, Raleigh: McChesney, Don Ramon, San Antonio, Tex.: McClurc, Katherine Louise, Chattanooga, Tenn.: McDonald. James Charles. Jackson. Miss. Seventh Row: McElrath, James Devoe, Canton; Mcintosh, Joseph William, Marion, Ind.; McKeown, James Joseph, New York, N, Y.: Mc- Lendon, Margaret, Jacksonville, Fla,; Maley, Virginia Hamilton. Cartersville, Ga, Eirihth Row: Mancy, Khalil Hosny, Cairo, Egypt: Mar tin, Lucy N., Gibson; Master.son, Ralph Adrain, Somerset, Ohio; Meekangwal. Sakol, Bankok. Thailand; Mendes. Dolly. Sao Paulo, Brazil. Ninth Row: Metier, Mary Moss, Charlotte: Milwally, Hassan, Alexandria, Egypt; Moak, Charles Estill, McComb, Miss. First Row: Newton. Vireinia P.. Oxford; Ningsanonda. I ' irote. Banskok. Thailand: Xorthcutt. Travis. .1., ,lr.. Jacksonville. Kla.; Oberlies. Hetty S., Dayton. Ohio; Owen. Sue W., Cluster Springs. Va. Second RoVK ' Oz, Tahsin. Uskudar-Istanbul, Turkey; I ' apazisis. Aneeline. Fayetteville; Parke. Miriam Roots. Little Rock. Ark.; Parker. Delma Jean. Union. W. Va.; Parton. Martha S.. High Point. Third RvH-: I ' erez, . ' Xnibal Edgar. Asuncion. Pa Pollack, Lewis William. Saugus. I ' ur.sley. Frances Roberta. Dallai Kachesky. Phyllis. Rutherford. Rand. Patricia Ann. .Atlanta. Ga. Fourth Row: Reynolds. Alice Eecles, Holly Hill. Fla.; Rliyne, Jimmie Lee. Hickory; Robertson. Jack C, Tulsa. Okla.; Rodpotong. Cha-on. Bangkok. Thailand; Rodriguez, Rafael B.. Quezon City. Philippines. Fifth Row : Rogers. Perry Basil. Boaz. Ala.; Rolzinski. l.eon J.. .Minto. X. D.; Romero-Zayas. Neiza. Ponce. P. R.; Santibanez. Lia, llvillota. Cliile; Setvia, Menendel. Santi- ago, Chile. Sij-thRow: Sliaw. Ray Elsworth, Jr.. Raleigh; Shep- herd. Millard A.. Somerset. Ky. ; Sprinkle. Barbara Leah. Winston-Saleni; Trujillo. (iilbert F., Zuni. N. M.; Tung. Shih Chum, Taichung. China. Srvenfh Row: Tyra. Leo P.. Little Rock. Ark.; Uhland. Ada Lee. Riverliead. . V.; Vakilzadeh. Javad. Tehran. Iran; oelker. Leonard John. Erie. Pa.; Walrath. David. Troy, N. Y. Kinhth Row: Weaver. Joseph Upton, Cliapel Hill; Weydert. .Margaret Emily. West Palm Beach. Fla.; Williams. Jane Kisher. (ireensboro; Willam.s. Violet. Riviera Beach. Kla.; Wollschlager, William P.. Helena. Mont. Wood, Charles Allen, DeWitt, Neb.; Wood, H. Feme, Columbus, Ohio; Woodham, Elizabeth Isabel, Lanett, .Ma, i . Flowers, good care, and a pretty student nurse will make this patient well soon. Instructions to patients about their special problems are not outside the province of the student nurse. And running your own brewery, for coffee, is a pleasant respite from hospital chores. ■ ' : ;iw j{Q«ki. -.. ' .uT-- vqfv- ' •.t -ra -: .f . v VJ ' " . ■■■:•. ' v.. ' I TABLE OF CONTENTS FOOTBALL 381 BASKETBALL 388 BASEBALL 393 SWIMMING 396 TENNIS 398 GOLF 400 SOCCER 401 TRACK 402 CROSSCOUNTRY 404 WRESTLING 405 INTRAMURALS 406 MONOGRAM CLUB 408 MORALE ORGANIZATIONS 411 The Tar Heels won six games while losing four. They narrowly missed an appearance in the Sugar Bowl as the season ' s reward. The heartbreaking loss to Duke in the season ' s finale kept them at home during the holidays. They turned out an All-American, end Al Gold- stein. They led the Atlantic Conference Course in both offense and defense, in scoring and defense against scoring. At that, it was an odd season. Carolina opened by losing its first two games — to Clemson and N. C. State. The Tar Heels finished by dropping the last two — to Notre Dame and Duke. In be- tween the double-defeats they rolled like thunder in a six-game winning skein, exhibiting especially devastating defensive line play. Along with Goldstein, there were many Tar Heel standouts. The group included Jack Cummings, quarterback, ACC total and passing offense leader, tackle Phil Blazer, halfback Wade Smith, and line- backer Ronnie Koes. All won ACC all-star berths on one team or another, in the biggest honor roll sweep the Tar Heels have claimed in many years. Front: Head Coach Jim Tatum, Fred Tullai, Ed Kensler, Jim Hiekey. Rear: Emmett Cheek, Pat Preston, George Barclay, Bud Carson. CO-CAPTAINS CURTIS HATHAWAY AND PHIL BLAZER First Row: Bob Shupin, Don Coker, Ronnie Koes, Bill Baker, Bill Hardison, Don Redding, Curtis Hathaway, Phil Blazer, Fred Swearingen, Don Kemper, Mac Turlington, Daley Goff, Jack Lineberger, Takey Crist, Emil DeCantis. Second Roiv: Wade Smith, Jim Schuler, Danny Droze, Ellis Woolridge, Dick Nead, Paul Russell, Jim Davis. Don Stallings, Ed Furjanic, Al Goldstein, Nelson Lowe, Jack Cummings, Don Klochak, Earl Butler. Third Row: Robby Smith, Milan Wall, Ralph Steele, Bennie Smith. Ed Kordalski. Mike Greenday. Frank McCunn, Jerry Amos, Herman Ray, Fred Mueller, John Schroeder, Sonny Folckomer, Gene Massey. Fourth Row: Coach Jim Tatum, Jim Reaves, Hassel Ellerbe, Harry Clements, Jim Rice, Conrad Sloop, Dick Detanna, Larry Frederick, Jim Joy, Billy Talley, Danny Bardy, Ralph Hawkins, Charles Branson. Fifth Row: Trainer John Lacey, Rabe Walton, Rip Hawkins, Frank Riggs, Russell Hollers, Moyer Smith, Frank Slusser, Ass ' t Coach Pat Preston, Ass ' t Coach Fred Tullai, Ass ' t Coach Jim Hickey, Ass ' t Coach George Barclay, Ass ' t Coach Ed Kensler, Ass ' t Coach Bud Carson, Ass ' t Coach Emmett Cheek. Sixth Row: Ass ' t Trainer Warren Morris. Manager J. P. Timberlake. Manager Butch Fowler, Manager Wilkes Cole- man, Equipment Custodian Morris Mason, Manager John Renger, Manager Bruce Morton, Manager Jim Long, Man- ager Don Buckley. 1 -J — 17 ipi « 9 . — ' w " ' sTIF T l Y in r " ir " i " va " TI ' TSSS Bob Shupin bulls his way over the end zone stripe for the Tar Heels ' second score against N. C. State. UNC 14 N. C. STATE 21 Jim Schuler cirflt-.- I ' lL ht tiul iii the State Game as Paul Russell clears thu way. UNC 21 CLEMSON 26 r.i: .. , I ' .1. ,- , i Fred Swearingen team up tn stiip a Clemson line plunge. " Skip " Clements brings down a Clemson back after a short pass. Al Goldstein knocks over a Clemson defender in making a leaping catch of a Jack Cummings pass. Jim Schuler dances around left end for a five yard gain against Southern California. UNC 8 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 7 Wade Smith cuts msidu right end through the Trojan defenders UNC 6 SOUTH CAROLINA Quarterback " Skip " Clements gets set to throw a pass in the South Carolina game. Wade Smith leaves tacklers behind in a 62 yard gain to the South Carolina 1 yard line 3» .:v ' -- ■r ?sI, Vv- 1 ' ff»w, - . " A ' v ' - ' T UNC 27 MARYLAND Fred Mueller, Wade Smith, and Don Coker pave the way for Emil DeCantis through the Wake Forest line UNC 26 WAKE FOREST 7 Don Coker charges headlong through the Demon Deacon defenders. ' Mtmu : 385 Wade Smith steps over a Tennessee attacker for a 6 yard gain. Moyer Smitli carries for a 1st down in the 2nd quarter against Tennessee. 2 . i UNC 21 TENNESSEE 7 UNC 42 VIRGINIA Milan Wall brings in a " Skip " Clements for a substantial gain in the Virginia game. 386 Big Don Klochak blasts through the Notre Dame forward wall. UNC 24 NOTRE DAME 34 Al G.ildstein brings down a pass for a first down in Irish Territory. UNC 6 DUKE 7 Jack Cummings fires a pass to Emil DeCantis in the first quarter of the Duke game. Don Klochak powers his way through intd pay dirt fm- the first touchdown of the Carolina-Duke classic 387 BASKETBALL COACH FRANK McGUIRE Coach Frank McGuire called it his " rebuilding " year, but it was evident early in the season that he was building fast. Captain Danny Lotz was the only senior on the squad, but he was surrounded by such able juniors as Lee Shaffer, Dick Kepley and Harvey Salz, and outstanding sophomores York Larese and Doug Moe. The Tar Heels jelled in a hurry as an excep- tionally well balanced and sharp shooting team that streaked off to wins in the first six games, including the Blue Grass Festival championship in a brilliant field. It finally was stalled in the semi-finals of the Dixie Classic by Michigan State but came back the following night to turn back Cincinnati and Oscar Robertson. ASSISTANT COACH DEAN SMITH 3h « CAPTAIN DANNY LOTZ The team embarked into the post-holiday period as three-four in the nation and seemed destined for high places over the season ' s run, possibly as a contender for the national title, which the Tar Heels won two years previously with a record breaking 32-game run without a setback. Kepley and Larese won all-tournament berths in the Blue Grass Festival, and Shaffer was all- tournament at Raleigh in the glittering Dixie Classic. It was that sort of a team, with first one and then another player shining brilliantly. Five kept consistently in double scoring figures. Kepley and Shaffer were the squad ' s most im- proved players, showing uncanny advancement in their skills. Larese and Moe stamped themselves early as sophomores of extraordinary promise. Lee Shaffer jumps against Oscar Robertson of Cincinnati in the final night of the Dixie Classic. Kneeling: Ray Stanley, York Larese, Gehrmann Holland, John Crotty, Harvey Salz, Lou Brown. Standing: Head Coach Frank McGuire, Assistant Coach Dean Smith, Grey Poole, Doug Moe, Lee Shaffer, Dick Kepley, Hugh Donohue, Danny Lotz, Manager Elliott Schwartz, Assistant Coach Joe Quigg. Lee Shaffer fights for the ball with Bob McCarthy of Notre Dame. Dick Kepley hooks over the outstretched arms of Michi- gan State ' s John Green. Ralph Davis of Cincinnati scores on a fast break as Lee Shaffer attempts to stop the play. Dick Kepley gets set to pass in the Notre Dame game. Harvey Salz scores on a jump shot against Virginia Doug Moe lays in two more points as tlie Tar Heels gun down Virginia 83 to 61. Lee Shaffer attempts a hook shot in the Dixie Classic semi-finals against Michigan State. SCORES UNC 83 Clemson 67 UNC 83 Virginia 61 UNC 70 South Carolina 57 UNC 81 Notre Dame 77 UNC 78 Northwestern 64 UNC 92 Yale 65 UNC 58 Michigan State 75 UNC 90 Cincinnati 88 UNC 69 Notre Dame 54 UNC 44 Wake Forest 34 Lou Brown jumps for two points against Michigan State York Larese leads a fast break as Carolina trounces Yale in the Dixie Classic. Captain Danny Lotz drives for the basket in the Virginia game. Harvey Salz steals the ball from Notre Dame ' s Bob McCarthy. Coach McGuire maps out strategy during a time-out in the Cincinnati game. BASEBALL Coach Walter Rabb expected to spend the 1958 season maturing a crop of sophomores, but it didn ' t work out that way. The Tar Heels won 19 games, lost only seven, tied one. Their 11-3 Conference record enabled them to tie Clemson for ACC honors, but they dropped a 4-1 playoff decision to the Tigers. Pitchers Wayne Young and Ben Harding allowed opponents to less than four runs per game. Young compiled a brilliant 0.89 ERA to accompany his 7-2 record and Harding wound up with a fine 6-1 mark. Gerald Griffin led the Tar Heel hitters with a .347 average. COACHES WALTER RABB AND JACK McGINLEY Kneeling: Jerry Nester, Clyde Campbell. Harold Workman, Vaughn Bryson, Bat Boy Jerry Banett, Roger Honeycutt, Larry Craver, Art Kilpatrick. Tommy Saintsing, Bruce Crump. Standing: Coach Walter Rabb. Lindsay Frost, Ben Hammet, Doug Stimpson, Wayne Young, Joe Temple, Ben Harding, Albert Baldwin. Dave Floyd, Alton Pons, Bob Harmon, Charlie Aycock, Gerald GrifRn, Bob Boyette, Ron Markel, Johnny Johnson, Tom Cordle, John Burgwyn, Graduate Assistant Jack McGinley. Al Baldwin forces a Wake Forest runner at home plate CAPTAIN ROGER HONEYCUTT Shortstop - " ■ sJL l AL POi S Third Base JOHN BURGWYN Fiight Fielder Johnny Johnson throws out Ben Tench of Wake Forest to first baseman Vaughn Bryson. -««v« rEn T ' flri9 ? ' . 394 Carson Oldham lays down a bunt against N. C. State SCORES UNC 5 Rollins 3 UNC 6 Duke 5 UNC Georgia 2 UNC 5 N. C. State 3 UNC 5 Rollins 4 UNC 2 Clemson 1 UNC 2 Georgia 3 UNC 2 South Carolina UNC 7 VPI 7 UNC 7 N. C. State UNC 2 Ithaca 1 UNC 1 Wake Forest 4 UNC 9 Princeton 4 UNC 7 Maryland 6 UNC 12 Connecticut 3 UNC 7 Virginia 1 UNC 5 Georgia 10 UNC 2 Duke 1 UNC 1 Clemson 2 UNC 6 Maryland 7 UNC 5 South Carolina 3 UNC 1 Wake Forest UNC 10 Canisius 5 UNC 1 Clemson 4 WAYNE YOUNG Pitdier Gerald Griffin scores in the Duke game 395 SWIMMING Coach Pat Earey ' s mermen began the 1959 season with a string of 20 consecutive wins dating back to 1956. They added to that string in convincing fashion each time they hit the water. The Tar Heel splashers were led by Brent Nash, Kit Mercer, Bob Turner, Dick Cashwell, Pete Reynolds, Harry Bloom, Jeff Zwicker, Chuck Wrye and Bob Hunter. Although these boys were lacking considerably in experience (only four being lettermen) , they opened the schedule with four impressive victories. Off their early showing, they obviously were the class of the conference. The Tar Heels expected to go through undefeated in Conference competition and to move into Conference and other post season meets as potentially big point makers. COACH PAT EAREY SWIMMING TEAM First Row: Bob Hunter. John Rudv. Glen Greene, Harvev Hamrick, Pete Reynolds, Dick Cashwell. Second Row: Randy Dodson, Joe Kalkhurst, Sam Douglas, Charles Burgin. Kit Mercer, Bill Hamill. Third Row: Chuck Wrye. Harry Bloom, Tom Guerrant. Barney Barrett, Brent Nash, Senior Manager Pete Brodski, Vince Simonton, Junior Manager Harry Gellis. 396 BRENT NASH Dash Man DICK CASHWELL Diver CAl TAI.X BREXT NASH 397 Malcolm Clark hits a smashing vol- ley for a victory over Wake Forest. TENNIS Carolina ' s netters made a clean sweep in the Atlantic Coast Conference tennis com- petition in 1958. Bobby Bortner and Steve Bank led the Steve Bank returns a forehand against Duke Goeff Black hits an overhead smash STEVE BANK AND BOB BORTNER ACC Dowbles Champions 398 team to an undefeated Conference dual meet season. The Tar Heel ' s only losses during the sea- son were to Harvard and Yale. Bortner then went on to win the singles title in the Conference meet and teamed with Bank to take the doubles crown. The Tar Heels also were awarded the John Kenfield trophy for accumulat- ing the most points in the tournament. ..• i to Right: Coach Vladmir Cernik, Malcolm Clark, Steve Bank, Bob Bortner, Geoff Black, Dick Makepeace, Ben Geer Keys, Phil Swan, Manager. Ben Geer Keys strokes a backhand return to a Harvard opponent. BOB BORTNER ACC Singles Champion GOLF Billy Thornton brought home to Chapel Hill the individual ACC golf championship in 1958, and then went on to become a quarter-finalist in the Nationals and a member of college golf ' s All- America team. The Tar Heels were second to Wake Forest in the league ' s team championship. Gene Lockabill and Tommy Langley, along with Thornton, were Carolina ' s aces in the season ' s run for a 4-2 record. COACH CHUCK ERICKSON First Row: Charles Erdruman, Gene Lookabill, Joe Callicott. Second Row: Ed Kenny, John McKee, Tom Langley, Billy Thornton, Chuck Erickson, Coach. TOM LANGLEY GENE LOOKABILL Coach Erickson congratulates Billy Thornton, ACC champion. SOCCER Carolina ' s 1958 soccer team captured a stout second position in the ACC with a 3-1 conference record and a pleasing overall mark of 8-2. The Tar Heels dropped a close 2-1 decision to challenge Maryland in the deciding match. Mike Thompson, Coleman Barks, John Ghanin and Tom Perkins led the Carolina effort through- out the season, and each wound up in the list of ACC top scorers. Thompson collected individual honors for the year with nine goals, three of them coming against Virginia in a 3-2 win. The Carolina squad set a new ACC record by rolling up 15 scores against Emory. COACHES MARVIN ALLEN AND WALT WETLAND First Row: Quackenbush, Perkins, Thompson, Champlin, Gravsman, Rattay, Rand, Fancette, Whitfield, Welton. Second Row: Coach Weiland, Mitchell, Duff, Parker, White. Barks, Goodman, Borden, Polak, Cordis, Robertson, Ghanin, Coach Allen. Third Row: Hellard (Manager), Blount, Evans, Stem, Corkey, Austin. 401 TRACK Dave Scurlock wins the 880 yard dash Carolina was represented by the ACC ' s two out- standing runners, Dave Scurlock and Wayne Bishop, in the 1958 outdoor and indoor track cam- paign. Bishop set a new conference meet record of 9: 19.5 in the outdoor two mile run. In the Indoor Games Scurlock was first in both the 880 and 600 yard dash. The track team, beset by injuries, won only three of six matches over the dual season. It finished third, behind Maryland and Duke, in the outdoor meet. The Tar Heels were second, behind Mary- land, indoors. LOU GLASCOCK, CHARLES SOWERS, LYNDON DeBORDE Hurdlers Dash men Clete Oakley and Jim Varnum relax during practice. High jumper Wally Graham clears the bar Middle distance men are: Kneeling: Dave Scurlock, Everett Whatley, Wayne Bishop. Standing- Doug Henderson, Cowles Liipfert. Alex Coffin. 402 First Row: Lou Glascock, Frank Sirianni, Doug Henderson, John Fox, Ward Sims, Dave Scurlock, Alex Coffin, Everett Whatlev. Wayne Bishop. Fick Arthur, Cowles Liipfert, Coach Dale Ranson. Second Row- Manager Otto FunderburK, Lyndon DeBorde, Bill Roth, Bob Sherrill, Manager Teddy Raab, Charles Sowers, Don Kemper, Ed Brown, Frazier Smith, John O ' Neil, Ray Stanley, Coach Joe Hilton. JOHN O ' NEIL Hurls the Javelin DAVE SCURLOCK AU-American WARD SIMS Pole Vaulter 403 CROSS COUNTRY Campus leader Wayne Bishop was undefeated and brought the individual Atlantic Coast Conference Championship to Carolina. Wayne led his team to second place, behind Duke, in the Conference meet. Varsity Cross Country; Alex Coffin, Doug Henderson, Bing Somers, Wayne Bishop, Sonny Sweet, Cowle s Dave Scurlock. WAYNE BISHOP ACC Oiampion 404 WRESTLING The Tar Heel Matmen opened their season with a double header, losing to Virginia and Washington and Lee. Following that twin defeat, however, the Carolina team showed much improvement. Mainstays in Coach Sam Barnes ' lineup were Captain Perrin Henderson, Dave Atkinson, Henry Rhyne, Lawrence Hayes, and Herbert Kincey. All in all, Dr. Barnes had out the most talented group he had been able to field in several years. COACH SAM BARNES i J ' ]Jl Front Row: Charles Whitfield, Don Hutson, Henry Rhyne, Bill Suttle, Perrin Henderson, Herbert Kincey. Kneeling: Larry Hayes, J. W. Wellborn, Ray Russell, David Atkinson. Moyer Smith. Standing: J. C. Wilhoit, Frank London, Bill iVTehl, Joseph Perrini, Ron Purdy, Charles Sproles, Gordon Hurley. CAPTAIN PERRIN HENDERSON 405 INTRA The primary function of Intramural activities is to promote a broad program of competitive and recreational activities for the voluntary participa- tion of the Carolina student body. The intramural program includes team, individual, dual, co-recrea- Intramural basketball action. Winston was the winner over Lewis. INTRAMURAL COUNCIL First Row: Pearce Weaver, Vice-President; Paul Wood- ard. President; Tom Cordle, Secretary. Second Row: Bill Ott, Dave Caraker, Dave Laughlin, Ray Bagwell, Henry Harriss, Mickey Nelson. Phil Causay returns a shot to Ed Schenck and partner in the ping-pong tournament. Murphy of the Law School wins the 60 yard dash in the graduate division of the Intramural Track Meet. 406 MURALS tional, and outing activities. This wide variety en- interested and are capable of participating in with ables you to sample a sufficient number of activities satisfaction while a student, to discover the one in which you are really Recreational swimming in Keesling Outdoor Pool. SAE ' s defeat the Dekes in white football. Box hockey action in the annual Co-Rec Carnival Julie Elden returns to Bunkie Jester in Co-Rec Tether Ball. rj w H-f 4 Freshmen try their skill at Archery in the Orientation Week Field Day. MONOGRAM DON KEMPER President 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 one letter, he has the privilege of becoming an active member of the Mongram Club. These are the boys who have fought hard 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. 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 cen- ters. Officers are: Curtis Hathaway, Vice-President; Don Kemper, President; Chuck Erickson. Athletic Director; Phil Blazer, Treasurer; Don Redding, Secretary. Members of the Executive Committee are: Seated: Dave Scurlock, Curtis Hathaway, Don Kemper, Phil Blazer, Don Redding. Stand- ing: Coach Skakel, Coach Ranson, Coach Hilton, Coach Erickson, Bob Shupin, Fred Swearingen. 408 CLUB THE MONOGRAM CLUB fff-iiOTflf i 3P yf n u First Row.- Cameron Cooke, John Sylvester, John McKee, Tommy Saintsing, Alex Coffin, Bob Shupin, Nick Zlotnicki, Doug Henderson, Johnny Johnson, Mac Turlington. Second Row: John Fox, Ward Sims, Dave Davis, Paul Russell, Don Coker, Fred Swearingen, Curtis Hathaway, Tommy Cordle, Wade Smith, Vaughn Bryson, Dick Cashwell. Third Row: Colin Smith, Dave Scurlock, Teddy Raab, Pete Grodsky, John O ' Neil, Don Klochak, Don Kemper, Coach Joe Hilton, Advisor; Don Stallings, Ben Hammett, Jim Schular, Ben Harding, Phil Blazer, Bob Sherrill, Ben Geer Keys, Ralph Steele, Don Redding, Wayne Young. Members of the Executive Council are; Seated; Martha Custis. Ginny Pearce, Happy Hurst, Jenny Graham, Marion Eells, Jo Carpenter, Lee Arbogast, Carolyn Vaught, Catherine Bolton. Standing: Ka Smith, Linda Marx. Prissy Wyrick, Margie Gabriel, Janet McAllister. Members of the Splash Club include: Front Row: Phyllis Glenn, Ann Smith, Harriet Gilman, Bunkie Jester, Julia Redhead, Carolyn Donnelly. Back Row: Martha Custis, Dottie Reaves. Eleanor McNeill, Ann Summers, Becky Clopper, Ann Ballenger, Ann Holswade. Splash Club demonstrates skill in water ballet. I ' lli mi J mgiyi B WAA The Women ' s Athletic Associaton offers a wide variety of activities to all women students at UNC. During each season of the year intramurals pro- vide competition in individual and team sports. Besides intramurals the WAA cooperates with the men in planning co-recreational intramurals and the annual " Co-Rec Night. " Other activities are play days, competition with other schools, and the annual spring picnic. All women students auto- matically become members of the WAA. 7( c Sufrfiont MORALE ORGANIZATIONS •??? , r r: r-1 r ATHLETIC COUNCIL The Athletic Council was inaugurated into the athletic program in 1926 for the purpose of pro- moting athletics at the University along lines of good sportsmanship and high standards of personal character. All matters pertaining to athletics fall under the jurisdiction and control of the Council, with the provision of full veto power belonging to the President of the University. O. K. CORNWELL Chairman Members of the Athletic Council are: Lee Folger, C. P. Erickson, Wayne Bishop, Dr. Frank Hanft, O. K. Cornwell, Dave Scurlock, Dr. Ed. Hedgpeth, Don Furtado, Chancellor W. B. Aycock. .w •i% M[Md)©(o) [R5E) Cardboard members are: First Row: Ray Twitty, Thai Elliott, Pat Sweeney, Pat Dooley, Cotton Hale. Second Row: Brent Busher, Larry Withrow, Bill Smith, Tony Cavas, Jerry Barrier, Peggy Smith. Designing a stunt for Saturday afternoon ' s game are: Cotton Hale, Brent Busher. Peggy Smith, David Pooley. Larry Withrow. PAT DOOLEY President The UNC Cardboard plans and stages the outstanding card stunts which are pre- sented at halftime at home football games. The Cardboard ' s three departments — • art, office and usher — function to draw the stunts, decide on colors, and distribute the cards. Although the card stunts are the main concern of the Cardboard, it operates several committees for posting slogan cards, soliciting membership, publicity, keeping a scrapbook, and preparing the entry in the Beat Dook Parade. Because of the outstanding leadership of President Pat Dooley and the co-operation of the members, the Cardboard was a great success this year. 413 CHEERLEADERS Carolina ' s 1958-1959 Cheerleaders brought a Tar Heel spirit out of mothballs this year. The beginning of the season found the students bored and quiet. The Maryland game brought some novel new yells out. At Tennessee, Carolina rooters out-yelled the home fans. At Virginia, the Carolina rooters gave up from the exhaustion of cheering for six touchdowns. The Duke game had the largest crowd since 1948, and the cheers were just as loud as those in the " Justice era. " Cheerleaders ' faces reflect the tension as Carolina digs in for a goal hne stand against Duke. CHEERLEADERS First Row: Martha Smith, Julia Stokes, Ginny Pearce, Mary Will Long, Charlotte Pope, Carol Tieslau, Eunice Simmons. Second Row: Bob Foxworth, John Whitty, Charlie Graham, Carter Jones, Head Cheerleader; Dickie Rhyne, John Honeycutt, Alan Clark. CARTER JONES Head Cheerleader V 414 UNIVERSITY CLUB " . . . To encourage interest, attendance and sportsmanship . . . " These words express the purpose of the University Club in relation to UNC ' s athletic program, they are its guide. Each of the year ' s pep rallies was more successful than the one before. Who can forget the exciting " Fire Dance " by Faye Gooch or lovely Gloria DeHaven ' s pep talk. The Club published its first handbook and brought it out at freshman activities day. It featured photos and stories on the upcoming season. University Club Officers are: Seated; Dave Jones, President. Standing: Sandy Strang, Secretary; Bill Porter, Vice-President; Bill Franklin, Treasurer. Dave Jones looks on as Don Furtado crowns Homecoming Queen, Judith Bunn. Coach Tatum speaks at a pep rally, one of the many functions sponsored by the University Club. Dave Jones presents the Club ' s service award to Coach Frank McGuire. 415 CLASSfFfED TPLEPHONf Of RECTORY ERYICE es AKE CO. 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William Randolph 84, 220 Absher, Henry Gray 20 Acker, Dorene Karen 288 Adams, Elie Maynard 38 Adams. Franklin LeVerne 136, U9 Adams, George Bryan, Jr. 170 Adams, Graham Clevearn , . 02, 136 Adams, James Benton 20 Adams, Jerome R. 86, 170 Adams, Jimmy B. 20 Adams, John Patrick 355 Adams, Leon Reed 170 Adams, Nancy Ann 48, 188, 202, 220, 261 Adams. Patricia Ann 190, 220 Adams, Robert Taylor 220 Adams, Sarah Randolph 200, 208, 220 Adams, William Holcombe, III lie. 170 Adcock, William Olin, Jr. 220 Addington, Betty Sue 170 Adkins, Dorotliy C. 38 Adkins, Margaret Ann 192, 220 Adler. Barry Lynn 20. 213 ADMINISTRATION 29 ADVERTISEMENTS 416 Aeh, Lorraine Clarice 374 AFROTC 66 Agee, George Spencer 170 Agung, I. Gusti Agung Gde 372 Aiken. William Marion 20 Ainslie. Lee Sanford. Jr. . 113, 170 Akins, Waverly F. 355 Alala. Joseph B.. Jr 357 Albrecht. John H. 220 Aldige, Amelie Virginia Marie 170, 189 Aldridge. George Irvin 357, 35s Aldridge, Thomas Howard . 136 Alexander. Douglas Gordon 50, 350 Alexander, Harry Albert 136 Alexander, John Thomas. Jr. 72, 76, 104. 220 Alexander, Joseph Hammond 76, 79, 104. 170 Alexander, Lee Stack 136 Alexander, Norma Lowrie 291 Alexander. Richard Barnhardt 170 Alexander. Robert L, 220, 277, 281 Alexander, Roy Davidson . . 135, 136 Alexander, Samuel Davidson, Jr. 20 Alexander, Sydenham B. 36 Alexander, Thomas W. H. 19. 20 Alford, James David 220 Alford, Jim Wayne 114 2 0 Allegood, Carlton Ward 104 ' 220 Allen, Alice Eugenia ' 2h8 Allen, Arch Turner, III 20, 127 Allen, Billy Thomas 297. 301. 304! 30.i Allen, C. Snead, Jr. ■ (, Allen. Don Lee 362, 367, 368 Allen, Eleanor Jean 312 Allen, James Forrest 20 Allen, Jessie Fremont 170 194 Allen, Kitty ' 170 Allen, Marvin ..... ' . ' . 401 Allen, Sylvia Ximines 355 Allen, Thomas Clark 170 Allen, William Reynold 95 Alligood, Gene Rogers 20 Allred, Hiram Herbert. Jr. no Allred. John Thompson 96, 354, 357, 358 Allred, Thomas Arthur 170 Allred, Tommy Lee 170 Allsbrook, Mary Ann , 190 2 ' o Alper, Peter ' ms AIijIiu Iiiltii I ' i jcio Alliliii Kjisil,,,, 1 1,1 til • 70 Alphii liiniimii Ihltii 1!|. Alpliii Kni,,,,i J-si 276 Alliliii ■ ,, (-„„,,„ :: 268 All ' liii Till, n„„,i„ 80 Alphiii, .liihn Archie. Jr. 170 Alphin, Oliver W isss Alston, Allene Taylor 220 Alvord, Ken 152 Aman. Jerry Hedrick . . 102. 170 Ambrose, Oadus Donald 122, 136 151 Amer. Raouf M. 371 Ammons. James Floyd ' 355 Amos, Donald Lambert 20 Amos, Jerry 382 Amura, Ali Miludi 350 Anderson, Arthur Reginald 220 Anderson, Bird 170 Anderson. Eva Oakley 220 Anderson. George D 365 Anderson. Ivan Verner 83, 136 Anderson, James Hale 20 Anderson, Larry Randall 61, 155 170 Anderson, Stella Williams 220 AlKJersuri. W.iyne Clark 100, 170 AmlerMiii. William Nelson 20 Amieisoii, Zollie Neil, Jr. 20, 151 Andrew, Herbert Allen 20 Andrew, Ruth Carolyn 287, 288 Andrews, Beverly Faye 170 Andrews, Charlotte Ann 289 Andrews, Gwendolyn J. 350 Andrews, James Addison, Jr 52, 220 Anthony, Katherine Williams ... 155, 195, 220 Anthony, Suzanne R. 312 Arbogast, Virginia Lee I5i, 220, 410 374 370 89, 221, 403 Arena, Carolyn Jean 54, Arey, Tony Josephus Armfield, Sallie Millis 188, 195, Armstrong, Clarence Rodney Armstrong, James Franklin, Jr. Armstrong, Lynn 199, Arnette, Jacqueline Grace Arnold Air Society Arnold, Bruce Lowe Arnold, Sarah 190, Artliur, James Ficklen 116, 170, Arzt. Gary Joel 20, Ashendorf, William Herbert 121, Asher, Robert David, Jr. Ashfleld. Frank Yeates 170, Ashley, William Lee Ashworth, Gerwood Lee Atheneos, Michael Anthony Athletic Council Atkins, Clyde Kelly Atkins, Jo Ann Atkins, Walter Daniel Atkinson, Clinton Kesler Atkinson, David Baird . . Atkinson. William Bryan . Attayek. Eli John Attkisson. Wayne Page . . Atwell, Alan George 110, 170 Aull, John Louis . . . . Auslander, Richard C. Austin. Ernest Hampton, Jr. 221 Austin. Lawrence Byron, III 78, 99, 136 Austin, Sheldon Clyde, Jr. 99. 161, Austin, Thomas Earney Autry, Gene Alexander Avent, Frank Harper . vent, Fred Campbell Avera, Charles Allen Averitt, Steven Haywood Averitt. Thomas Hooper Avery, Frank Walton Awbrev, Nancv Etta Avnick. Charlie Avc Kk. Kniiik Bavard Avcock, MadKe M. ' Aycock. William B Ayers. Julia Sue Ayscue. Edwin Osborne, Jr. Azemoun. Beyuk M 9, 170, 19 Bad-ctt, Richard Ci. 357 359 Bacr. Ik-rlicrt t. 354 BaL ' ' cIt, . llciK- Kcctcr 289 BaftKclt. Mortem Tew 2- 1 BasKclt, I ' atri.i.i Blair 2 ' l B.igwcll. Willanl Kay 4S 170 406 Bahiiscli. .Marv 151 208 Bailey. Jon Pennington 20 Bailey, Mary Elizabetli 170 33- Baity, James Oliver 20 Baker, Benjamin Rives 36. ' ) 36,1 Baker, Carrie Malvina 202 20Q 2?1 Baker, Charles Henry. Ill 136 ns Baker. Julian Tucker, Jr, 126 266 Baker, .Mary Tod 46 195 2?1 Baker, Mourdine 221 Baker, Nancy Jane 161 170 wn Baker, Thomas P. 365 Balas. Bernard David 136 Baldwin, Albert Leslie . 170 393 394 Baldwin, Roy Eugene 20 Bales. Peggy Neal 374 Balkind. Gary Irwin 170 213 Ball. Brenda Combs 170 Ball. David Stafford 221 Ball. William A 170 Ballance. Roy DeVan 20 Ballantine. Lula Sue 42, 49, 54 301 308 Ballenger. Ann 189 410 Ballenger, Anthony Wayne 136 Ballenger. Donna Gray . . 20 Ballinger. Max D. 357 96 Bane. Curtis F 170 Banett. Jerry ....... 393 Bank. Steve 398 399 Baiikect. Doris Marie . . Baii ct. .hdius Rilmond, III 356 Biii.lixl St, 1,1, III Union . . 211 Barlicc ' . . llK.-rt Douglas . . 20 Barhcc liib.son V. Barbee, James Dorris, Jr. 221 Barber, John Luther 136 Barber, Robert William 307 •jqq Barclay, George 381 382 m? Barefoot, John H. 122 Barker, Bennic 362 Barker, Ernest Ciail, Jr, 136 Barker, Rudy Watkins 20 Barkley, Karl Lee 370 Barkley, Richard Douglas , 136 Barks, Coleman Bryan . . . . 99, 155 221 401 Barnes, Albert Sidney 221 Barnes, C. P. 40 Barnes, Claudia 290 Barnes, Henson Perrymoore 170 Barnes, James Willard 170 Barnes, Larry Allen 20, 156 Barnes, Luther Matthew, III 221 Barnes, Margaret D 280 Barnes, Minnie Bell 54, 298, 308 Barnes, Ruby G 350 Barnes, Sam 405 Barnes, Sarah May 374 Barnes, William Watson 221 Barnett, Jerry Martin 20 Barnhardt, John MacFarland 355 Barnhill, Jean Carolyn 312 Barnwell, James Alexander, Jr 20 Barreras, Mary Louise 170 Barrett, John Bernard 136,396 Barrett, Richard Darcy 136 Barrier, Boyd Ray 221, 280 Barrier, Edward Lee 20 Barringer, David McKenzie 20 Barringer, John Carroll 136 Barrow. Robert Mangum 156, 221 Barshay, Hyman Stadiem 20 Bartlett, R. D. 40 Barto. John Thomen 350 Barton, R. E. 362 Barts, John William, Jr 170 Baseball 393 Basinger, Andrew Marshall 20 Basketball 388 Basnight, Gordon Lee 136 Basnight, Norma Gwynn 197, 221 Bass, Charlene Lynne 199,221,261 Bass, Eddie Covington 263 Bass, Ernest Brevard, Jr, 364 Bass, Gerald Lane 221 Bass, Gilbert 306 Bass, Harold Hall 136 Bass, Harris Hartwell 116, 221, 270 Bass, Jane Ross 350 Bass, Molly 202,222 Bateman, Helen Marie 170 Bates, Fred 0„ Jr. 356, 359 Bates, George William 20 Batten. Roland Wesley 350 Batts. Bernice R 356, 359 Baucom, Bennie Winfred 119, 222 Baucom, Cullie Joe 170 Baucom, Edward Bryce 222, 279 Baucom, Jim Preston .. ..136 Baucom, Kenneth Latta . .136 Baucom, Robert Leslie 371 Bauer, Margaret A. . .374 Bauguess. Carl 296 Bautista, Delflna Nery 374 Baxter. Betty Jean 170 Baxter. John Robert 20 Bayliff. James Douglas 50, 51, 222 Baynes, Robert Gene 136 Beach, Martha Crowell 170 Beacham, Fred Arnold 170 Beall, Charles R 374 Beam, Calvin Mack 20 Beam, David Rozier 367 Bean, Richard Calderbank 20 Bean, William Claris 365 Beard, Robert Earl 170, 271 Beardsley, James Arthur .20 Beaslev, William Keff .20 Beat, Alberta M. .362 Beaty. Carolyn McNaul 222 Beaty, Robert Archie, Jr. 20 Beaty, Robert Henry 20 BEAUTIES 329-345 Beaver, Frank Eugene 96, 151, 170 Bebber, James V 364 Beck, Leonard James 130 Beck, Patricia Nell 170 Beck, Richard Dale 20 Becker, Donald Eugene 170 Beckham, Arthur S,, Jr. 357 Beel. William H 20 Belanga. Paul Bryan 61, 222 Beleos, Constance G . 222 Belk, James Sherman 170 Bell, Barbara Jane 299, 308 Bell, Barry Max 299 Bell, Charles David 299 Bell, Christopher 20 Bell, Jack Adams 374 Bell, Joseph Oscar, III 20, 84 Bell, Joseph Taylor 222 Bell, Mary Ellen 54, 170 Bell, Michael W 104, 136 Bell, Richard Brown 222 Belmont, J. Fernando 110. 136 Belmont, Jorge A, 20 Benadava, Santiago 350 Bender. George Walker 20 Bender, John Robert, Jr. . 78, 79, 82, 183, 222 Bender, Neil Carmichael 222,263,265,270 Bender, Ralph Starting 20 Benfleld, Herman Larry 136 Bennett, Ann Fritz 288 Bennett, Charles Craven, Jr 299, 303, 306 Bennett, Charies Landis 136,268 Benthall, Alpheus Worth 300, 306 Bentlev, Herbert Leland 119,136,156 Bentley, Keith Lambeth 366, 368 Bentley, Ralph Luther .371 Benzio, Richard Louis 136 Berg, Lawrence Stephen 222 Bergamo, Donald John 20 Berger, Michael David 124, 222 Bergren, Richard Bush 136 INDEX (Continued) Berkut. Jaik Ciiiroll 136 Bernard. Barbara 2m6 Bernard. Charles 35 Bernard. I.awrerie .losepli, Jr 99,222 Bernhardt. Kiihert Linn. Ill 136 Bernstein. SiKsie 213 Bernstein. William Maurice 20, 117 Berrev. E. W 374 Berrier. Jerry Lynn 20, 413 Berry, Doris Holmes 222 Berry. James Matthew, Jr 170 Berry, James Richard 136 Berry, William Clay 350 Berr hill. Bruce Holt 170, 270 Bess, ' Gilbert Kent 299, 303 Beta Gamma Sigma 267 Beta rheta Pi 82 Belts, Leonidas Judd, Jr. 222,264,265.280 Beveridge, Bruce Hanna 136 Bevis, Em 286 Bliapkar, Vasant P 350 Bhatia, Sat Paul 350 Biffgers, Foy Jerone 136 Bigrgers, James Larry 20 Biggerstair, Franklin Lee 136, 266 Bigg.s, Joseph Brian 171 Bilbro, Robert Hodges 20 Bilisoly, James Alvis 222. 268 Billings, N ' anoy Wren 312 Bills, Elizabeth . nn 299, 308 Bingham, J. Robert 171 Bingham. William David 222 Bird, Charles W. 367 Bird, Richaril 102 Biren. D.ivid lioliert .86. 222 Birke. Rmiald Lewis 121.136 BirkenstiK-k. Kohert H. 20 Biser. Linda Anne 20 Bishop. Edward Shockley, Jr 20 Bishop. Richard Keen 20 Bishop. Robert Ellis liislMip. W.ivne Staton 47. liivciis, Ihunias Joel. Jr. MiM.k. Diin.ild W Ulack. Doii-las S. Illack. UcMlTrcy Laurence , lllack. .lames T. Black. Naiicv Margaret Black. Staidey Warren. HI Blackburn. Charles Gene Blackburn, John Ogburn Blackford, Frank Robertson, Bla knian. John Walton. Ill Blackrnan. Wilhert Worth Ulackweldcr. Kenneth lirady HIackwell. Biil.hv Car ll HIa.kHell. D.uiii Mich.icl lil.ickwcll. Krncst Kav HlackHcll. M.irv . cott 0(l. .1.1 22. 263. 402, 403. 404 Bla J a H. Andre , Blake, Charles Edward HIake. Eugenia Quinn lll.ike. I ' livllis Olivia Itl.ikch. Kohcrt Franklin lllalcKk. .lulian David lllanchanl. Norwood Pitt Blanton, Silas Walker, Jr. Blazer. Phillip P. Bledsoe, James Odell, Jr. Bledsoe, William Anthony Ma: 3.iO 171 74. 75. 76. 223 223. 279 300. 303 9. 89. 158. 163. 171 222. 382. 408. 409 281. 350 Lester C rner , Howartl. Jr. Robert Willia Blount. John Mvers Blount. .Marvin Kev Blum, Peter E. Blum, Robert Joel Blume, Thomas Frederick 136 Blumenfeld, Thomas . llen 124,136,213 Blumenthal, Jerome Bruce 79, 171 Blvthe, Marshall McCoy 83, 136 Blythe, Robert Brevard 3.55 Boatwright, Mary Glenn 287, 288 Boatwright, Norma Ann 171 Boden, Theodore Seal 81. 171 Boedidarmo, Boesono 374 Boerner, Robert Martin 370 Bolen, Calla Ann 171 Boles. John Rich 50. 136 Bolick, Carroll Lee 136 Bolick, Ted Arnold 171. 279 Bolton. Catherine 410 Bond. Marlene 374 Bondi. Peter Albert 20 Bondurant, Marvin Vernon 355 Bonjean, Charles .M. 81.350 Bonnen, Sylvia Meade 200, 300, 30k Bonner. Ann Elizabeth 197,223 Bonner, William Ross 83. 171 Bontempo. Robert Henry 50, 136 Booker, E. Bernardine 350 Boone. Donald Lee 355 Boone. Martha Penelope 161, 171 Boone, Robert Hicks 171 Boortz. Kav Margaret 171 Booth, Henry Lee 171 Booth, Samuel Maslon 355 Borden. Robert Hanes 46, 61, 62, 89, 223. 401 Borth. Richard Anthony 20 Bortner. Bob 398. 399 Bose. Sipra 261 Boss. George Wells 99. 136. 268 Bost, John Franklin, III 136 Bost, William S.. Jr 370 Bostian. Karl Eugene 370 Bostian, Larry Charles 330 Bostic, William Newberry 223 Boswell, Jackson C. 136 Bowden. Ernest Theodore 136 Most Unique o i ts " WE MAJOR IN MINORS " Morganton, N. C. Lenoir, N. C. INDEX (Continued) BoMcn. Frank Tlieoilore, Jr 122,171 Bowen. Norman 303 Bowles. Susan Scott 171 Bowling, Cora Alice 350 Bowman, Robert Carrol 20 Boyd. Allan Craig 301 Boyd, Bernard 3s Boyd. Clarence Lacy, Jr, 223 Boyd, Willard Gaither. Jr. ITl Boyette. Bob 393 Boyette, Charles Otis 370 Bovette. .Mosley Graham 20 Boykin, Wilber Ray 136,211,266 Brackett, George Calvin 223,279 Bradford, Margaret W. 171 Bradford, William Steward 370 Bradley, Charles Marvin 99, 171 Bradley, Gerald McKinley 20 Bradley, Herbert Weathersbee, Jr 20 Bradley, Marcus Spencer 136 Bradshaw, C. Fov 51, 52, 300, 303, 306 Bradshaw, John William 136 Bradshaw, Rush Leonard 223 Brady, Toni 49 Bragassa, Sara Elizabeth 20 Bragg, Nichols Burton 350 Brake. Richard Clarence 116, 171 Branch, J. . rthur 33 Brandis, Henry 354 Brandt, Fran M. 287. 290 Brandon, Thomas Henry 171 Branham. David Allen 181, 223 Brannon, Tom 50 Branson, Charles Dale 136, 382 Braswell, Kermit Lee 171 Brauer, James Stewart 364 Brauer, John C 362 Brawley, Bob Watson 372 Brawley, Eleanor Riggins 261 Brawley, Reid Haynes 171 Brav, Beverly Scott 223 Brecht, E. A 296 Breeland, Thomas Lloyd 171 Breiner, Charles F 171 Breland. . rtliur Breece 367 Brennaii, Edward Michael 13li Brent, John William 2 " Brew. Sabra Ann 2ks Brewer, Ernest Craven 95, 223 Brewer. Joe Oliver 355 Brewer, Sebert, Jr 20 Bridger, Barry Bruton 20 Bridgers, Julian Dalma 223 Bridgers, Mary Christian 171 Bridges, Donald Patrick 136 Briggs, Ernest Ray 355 Briggs, Miriam Ruth 171 Briggs, Rayn ond Bruce 2it Briggs, Robert Edson ... 2n Brigman, Furman Standi 223 Brimmer, Kenneth R. 122 Brinkbous. Bill 163 Brinklev, Elizabeth Tucker 19S. 223 Brinkley, William .McCall 171 Brinson. Oscar Rugh , . 20 Briscoe. David Daniel 20 Britt. Alton Alfred 107 Britt, Joseph C. 171 Britt, Julia M. 350 Britt. Robert Carl 370 Britt, Ronahl Paul 136 Britt, William M 350 Britton, Alton Lee 29s Britton. Jo Maria 223, 280 Britton. Mary West 171, 335 Broadwell, Donald Graham 20 Broadwell, Freeman Edward, Jr 136 Broadwell, .Mabel 289 Brock, Floyd Devon 171 Brock, James D 171,266 Brock, Joan Marion 163,223 Brock, Mary Webster 136 Brock, Ruth 199 Broniwell, James Edward 20 Brooke. Peter Francis 99. 223 Brooker. Reginald John 20 Brooks. Albert Dyer, III 223, 279 Brooks, David Allen 136 Brooks. Jack Bovce 223 Brooks. John Charles 42, 55. 60. 148. 149. 223. 263 Brooks. Virginia Joan 202. 223 Broome. Gladys T. 350 Brott, Julia Floyd 171,201,208 Broun, Charles Conway. Jr. 113, 136 Browder, James Patterson, III 20 Brown, Bobby Craig 372 Calv Br eth 357 136 Cliark ' s Mclviii. Jr. Brown. ( liarlie Howard 2 Brown, Chester Henry, Jr 12 Brown, Daniel Elmer 136,21 Brown, Donald Edward 2 Brown. Earl 29 Brown. Franklin R. 33 Brown. Hershall M 17 Brown. Holman Foster 2 Brown, James Peter 2 Brown, James Thomas, Jr 13 Brown, Jerry Clifton 37 Brown. John Edgar, III 223, 40 Brown, John Ralston 78, 85, 13 Brown, John Riley, III 2 Brown, John Robert 13 Brown, Kingman Bliss 2 Brown, Larry W esley 137. 26 Brown, Louis, Jr. 389.39 Brown, .Malcolm Otis 17 Brown, Mary Margaret 169, 17 Brown. Oscar Hubert 367. 36 Brown, Peggv Jean 287, 29 Brov%n, Ralph Bradbury, Jr. 22 Brown, Ralph Kenton 35 420 INDEX (Continued) Brown, Robert Calvin 372 Brown, Robert Worth 266 Brown. Tlieron Renifrv. Jr. 21 Brown, Troy Anderson, Jr 3,57, 3.59 Brown, Walter Monroe 113,224 Brown, Walter Von 21, 151 Brown, William Ronald 21 Browning. Hays Rittenhouse, Jr 21 Browning, Joseph Fletcher 301 Browning. Robert Locke. Jr 370 Browning. William E. 137 Bruce. Airlie C. 374 Brumley. Alfred Ncal 224 Brundage. Barrie Adrianne 171 Bruner. Ess W . . 61, 195, 209. 224 Bruton. H. David 371 Bryan. A. Hughes 378 Bryan. Brenda Jean 21 Brvan. Clinton Ellwood, Jr 171, 277 Brvan, David Carroll 21 Brvan. Donald Thomas 100. 224 Brvan. Flovd Telmadge 116. 137. 268 Brvan. Victor Carl 21 Brvan, William Sturges 21 Brvant. David Lee 171. 277 Bryant, (ieorge Badger. Ill 137 Bryant. Howard McKenzie. Jr 171 Brydges. Dennis Joseph 137 Bryson. James Y 374 Bryson. Vaughn Douglas .300,393.394,409 Buch, Alan Dennis 21 Buchan. Richard Duke 21 Buchanan, David Nathan 224 Buchanan, Edward Higgs 21 Buchanan, George Ronald 298 Buchanan, James Wesley 156. 224 Buche. . nn 171 Buck. Peter BIythe 137 Bucklev. Donald Sigmon 224. 279. 3S2 Buckman, Tliomas Barrett 350 Buflac . .lulius Francis 171 Buescher. Brent Joseph 21 Buford. John T 364 Buie. Betty Ann 289 Buie. John Gilbert. Jr 21 Bull. Dorothy Richmond 197, 224, 344 Bull. Ronald ' Tully 137 Bulla. Thurman Clifton 365 BuUard. Amos Jones. Jr. 137 Bullock. Frank William. Jr 137 Bullock. Patricia Whittmann 291 Bumgarner. Carl Binp 21 Bunch. Gerald Lough 224 Bunch. William H. 299 Bundv. Harry Wilson 171 Bunn. Judith Leslie 171. 334 Burch. Barbara Anne 197, 224 Burch. Edith Carol 224 Burch. Stephen Ross 137 Burchinal. Betty Lucille 374 Burden. Katherine Spivey 171 Burge. Robert A 114. 224 Burgin. Charles Edward 137. 396 Burgwvn. John Griffin. Jr 78. 181, 224 393. 394 Burke. John Edmund 350 Burke. Kenneth Marvin 137 Burke. Raymond .Anthony 224 Burke. William Richard. Jr. 370 Burleson. William Rowell 171 Burman. Fredric Howard 21 Burnett. Timothy Brooks 21 Burnev. Frederic Arlen 370 Burns. Patrick Henry. Jr. 137 Burns. William David 365 Burnside. William H 119. 171 Burris. Nancy Rose 293 Burroughs. Paul Leach 21 Burroughs. Robert Montgomery 78. 224 Burroughs. Sara Louise 374 Burrow.s. Lillian Wincey 870 Burrus. James C arter 21 Burt, .lane Arthur 171 224 Burt. Sue Kohin 189 Bush, Barbara Marie 211 280 Buslicr, llrcMt 411 Butler. Algernon Lee. Jr. . 21 Butler. Earl 382 Butler. George Simeon 137 Butler. James Roger 90 367 368 Butler. Lester Haron. Jr. 21 Butler. Lindley Smith 61 137 Butler. Stuart W. 97 Butler. Thomas Edgar 137 Butler. Thomas Lee 21 Butler, Wallace B. 365 368 Butterworth. Mary Harris 151 171 Buxton, David Emerson 21 Buxton. Judith Ellen • 88 Bverly. Kenneth R. 158 Byers. Micheal LeRoy 137 Byrd. Harold Cronin 21 m Byrd. Howell Euell. Jr. . . 137 Byrd. Julian Clarence . . 52, 78 122 171 Byrne. James F. 374 Cabe. William Thomas 137 Cable. Charles Allen 350 Cabot. Ronald Mark 171 Cadieu. James Myers 224 Cagle. William Baird 81. 171 Cahoon. Bobby Glenn ni Cain. Eleanor 280 Caldwell. Bruce Francis 171 Caldwell. James A 66. 224 Caldwell. Joel DeWayne 224 Calhoun. Annie Gray Nash l " ! Caligan. Sydney Ferguson, Jr. 21 Call. William R.. Jr 1.1 Callaghan. Robert Morse 21 Callicott. Joe H. 370. 400 Cameron. Charles M 272. 373 For Prescriptions For Fountain Service SLOAN DRUG COMPANY On the Corner Across from Theater Chapel Ark Restaurant DELIVERY SERVICE 7 p.m. -2 a.m. Tel. 9-341 1 NO CHARGE FOR DELIVERY Open 24 Hours Daily Located Next to Western Union Office INDEX (Continued) n. Dallas Alexander, Jr Cameron, Edward Leon Cameron, Malcolm Graeme, Jr Camp, Joe Henderson . . Camp, Robert B Camp, Tonuny J. Campbell. Clyde Campbell. George Worth. Jr. Campbell. James A Campbell. John Manley 357. Campbell. Susan Frances 58, 158, 165. 199, Candler, William R Cannon. Boyd Harvey Cannon. Robert Laurence, Jr. - . 137, 161, Cannon, Thomas Roberts Jii Ctntirhiini Club i Cantrell, Louise i Canupp, Jolin Kenneth 137, ] Capps, Carl Edward 137, 1 Caraker, David Pierce 21, Carawan, William Colton Carden, Catherine S Carlan, Mary Cabell 190, i Carlisle, Frank M J Carlton, John Garland, Jr Carlton, Patrick William 162, i Carlton, Saundra Gayle ; Carmichael, Katherine 35, S Carmichael. Richard C i Carmichael, William D.. Jr. Carniodc. Ralph Edward 1 Canicvalc, Reynolds Alfonso i Carney. .lames Terrence Iliuulh ,„k Carpenter. Charles Berman 21 Carpenter. Harvey Gene 281, 350 Carpenter. James Franklin 137 Carpenter. Jerry Wayne 21 Carpenter. Leonard B. . , 172 Carpenter. Max Cline 122. 137 Carpenter. Ruth Elizabeth 172. 197 Carper. Frank Wilkins 172 Carr. Alpheus Branch. Jr. 21 Carr. David Richard 172 Carr. Dawson Verdevy 172 Carrawav, .lames Robert 137 Carrawav. Lowell Jan 21 CarringtoM. Kenneth 61. 137 Carringtoii. Saiiini ' l Macon. Jr 156.172 Carroll. Cliarle Marion 21 Carroll. Edriiuncl Griffin 22.i Carroll. Howard Dclacv 137 Carroll. Mary Margaret 21 Carroll. Nancy Lou 172 Carruthers. Carol Moore 172.203.336 Carson. Bud 381,382 Carswell. Virgilia 301, 308 Carter. Carolyn Patricia 225. 291 Carter. Catherine Brooks 62,192.225 Carter. Clarence W. 78, 107. 225 Carter. Dorothy Gaye 172, 272 Carter. George Daniel 225, 279 Carter, Jack Franklin, Jr 21 Carter, James Larry 93, 172 Carter, James S., Jr 172 Carter. Joyce Cecelia 312 Carter. Robert Ashe 263. 370 Carter. Robert Wilson 42,52,53.60.62. 225, 265, 270 Carter, William Baker 21 Carterette. Robert T. 172.263 Carver. Charles A 137 Carver. James Elihu 21 Carver. Jean Lynn 172. 2so Cartwri ght. Thomas Crawley 21 Case. Wallace Talmadge. Jr 137 Casey. Bobby Gooding 225 Richard Henry. Jr 21 Cashion. Jerry Clyde 21 Cashion. Leonard R 367 Cashion. Rov Wilson 225 Cashwell. Dick 72, 76, 396, 397, 409 Caspari.s, John 206, 215, 225 Cass, Donald Hayes 172 Cassel, John 373 Castanas. George James 172 Cate. William Roderick 225 Cathey. Bruce Edward 21 Cathey. Gerald Mason 395 Caton. Franklin Alexander 21 Cauble. Harold Hamilton 374 Caudill. Ivallean 374 Caudle. Undine 288 Caulev. Jerry Dean , , . . 172 Causey. Hugh W .172 Causey. Phil 406 Cavallon. Mary McLean 172 Cavas. Anthony John 137, 413 Caviness. Bobby Forrester 21 Cernik. Vladmir 399 Chadabe. Joel Avon 124. 225 Chamblee. Fred Clifton 21 Chamblee. James Gray 225 Chamblee. William Levy 172 Chambliss. Joseph Barrow 354, 357. 359 Champlin, Curt G 401 Chandler, Irma Elizabeth 190, 287. 291 Chandler. Patricia Louise 225 Chaniller. Thomas Nason 225, 279 Chanev, Eugene, J ' r 21 Chang. Helen H 374 Cliapin. Carter Firestone 195. 291 Cliapin Roberta Firestone 195. 290 Cliapman. Lawrence Linde. Jr. 21 Chapman. Robert Louis 137 Cliastain. Carl R.. Jr. 137. 268 Roger v., Jr Cheatham. Louise Mann 195, 225 421 THELLS BAKERY " Flavor Like Mother Tried to Get " 124 E. Franklin St. PHONE 4291 CHAPEL HILL, N. C. Bakery Goods of Finest Quality FOR THE FINEST IN MEN ' S CLOTHING Jack Wooh nth. 300 S. Tryon St. Cftarlotte Fine Printing Since 1923 THE ORANGE PRINTSHOP 126 E. Rosemary Tel. 3781 Chapel Hill, North Carolina ESSO AND ATLAS PRODUCTS For the Best in Esse Service Trade at NORWOOD BROTHERS ESSO SERVICE 136 West Franklin Street Across from Chapel Hill High School ROAD SERVICE PHONE 2221 e ncjravincj IN THIS BOOK PRODUCED BY CHARLOTTE ENGRAVING COMPANY CHARLOTTE, N. C. 422 INDEX (Continued) Cheatham. Margaret Ann Cheek. Einmett 381. Cheek. Man- V Cheerleacle Cherrv. Anna Kathrine Chern.-. William Grines, III Chesson. Jack Holt 225, Chichester. Gerald Curtis SO. 51. 149, Childers. .Joseph Roger Childs. Robert Mieliael 50. 51, 137. Childs, Stuart Row Chi Omega . Chi Phi Chi Psi Christensen. Carl Viggo Christian. David Barham Christiansen. Ruth H Church. Clav Franklin . 52. 225, Churchill. Ellen Marriotte 172,183. Clack, Alvin Russell, Jr Clark, Charles Frederick Clark, Eversden Leavitt, Jr Clark, George Earl Clark, Henry T. Clark, Hugh Mercer 300, Clark, James A.. Jr. 374 Clark. James A. 357, 358 Clark. James Wilford, Jr 21 Clark, Jimmy Lee 172 Clark. Jon Burton 123.172 Clark. Jon Quentin 137 Clark. Linda Llewellyn S12 Clark. Loretta Beyree 290 Clark. Malcolm 398,399 Clark, Paul Coe. Jr, 172 Clark, Richard Alan 137,414 Clark. Robert Burns 137 Clark. Wesley Merton 225 Clark. William F 137 Clark. William Lee 137 Clay. J. B. 301 Clay. Robert Morris 355 Clavtor. Alton Bennett. Jr, 137 Claytor. William Graham .55,61,99,169,172 Clegg, A. A. 40 Clement. Cllarles E 114.137 Clements. Harry 382. 383. 384 demons. Joel Maurice 137, 161, 164 Clendenin, Marge 287, 290 Cleveland, .■Vlfred Eugene 357, 358 Clifford, John Albert 21 Clinard, Johnson Burns 21 Cline, Garj ' Lamar 137 Cloninger, Gary Von 298 Cloninger, Shirley Kennedy 225 Clontz, Franklin D 371 Clopper. Becky Ann 155, 161, 172, 410 Coats, Louis David. Jr. 21 Cobb. Clyde Landon 21 Cobbs. Janet B. 48,188,200,201,225 Coble. Charles Allred 21 Coburn. Robert Lee. Jr. 355 Coburn, Roland Guy, Jr. 137 Cochran, James Lee 299 Cochran, Virgil Mickey 172 Cocklereece, Richard Green 172 Cockrell, Arthur Elliott 137 Cocolas, George 296 Coddington, Dabney M. 126 Coe. Eleanor Jane 172 Coenen, Walter D. E. 225,268 Coffey. Howard Thomas 350 Coffin. Harris Alexander. 225,402,403, 404, 409 Coffman. David Max 21 Cofod, Robert Kenneth 122, 172 Coggin, George William 357, 358 Coggins, Boyd Wayne 137 Coggins, Wyatt Henry. Jr 85, 172 Compliments of QURLITY OIL compRnY WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. WHEN VISITING CHAPEL HILL Remember univERSin moTEL Is One of Carolina ' s Finest Motels and For Steaks and Sea Foods at Their Very Best, It ' s THE PIOES HIGHWAY 54 EAST CHAPEL HILL INDEX (Continued) Cohen, Carolyn Sue 200, 226 Cohen, Jerry E. 226 Coker, Don 382, 385, 409 Colclough, William Joseph 172 Cole, Carl Phillip 21 Cole, James .Anderson . . 355 Cole, Jollie Boyce 370 Cflleman. Frances McGregor , 288 Coleman. Thomas Wilkes 172. 382 Colescott. John William 110,137,151,155 Coletta, Lydia Ellen 293 Coley, Charles Rowe 52,75,226 Coley. .Ma. Lee 137 Collette, Roy Wilson, Jr 299, 303, 306 Collias. George Gus 137 Collier. Hal Franklin 137 Collins, Harold Dean 137 Collins, James Perry 172 Collins, Mary Frances 211. 226 Collins. Michael Lee 172 Collins. Nancy Marie 265 Collins, Raymond Lee, Jr 137 Collins, Richard Lewis, Jr 21 Collura, Vincent Paul 226 Coltrane, Frances Amanda 289 Combes. Nancy 159, 163 Combs, Bohbv Eugene 226 Connell, Janies Paul Beardsley, Jr 93, 226 Connell. Mary Francil 202, 289 Conner, Ray M, 350 Connerv, Robert Andrew 172 Conry, Murphy Bryan 226 Consolidated Vtiirersiti Student Counril 56 Constantine. Randolph. Jr. 226 Conyers, Cecil Rupert, Jr 137 Cook, Dennis Shelton 364 Cook, Edward Thomas 113, 172 Cook, Edward Tollett 21 Cook, Stanley Galpin 226 Cooke, James Coffield, Jr. 21 Cooke. Robert Cameron 113. 158. 160. 172. 409 Coolidge. Warren H. 355 Cooper. Elliott Tunstall, Jr 137,162 Cooper, Gary Edward 226 Cooper, Jack Lee 350 Cooper, Kenneth Errol 21 Cooper, Wilson Reid, Jr 99, 226 Copeland, Ronald William 137 Copland, James Renbew, III 21 Coppedge, Raymond F 301, 306 Corbett, John Arthur 21 Corbett, Julius David, Jr, 21, 156 Corbett, Luke Robinson 337, 35h Corbett, Rhodes Thomas 56, 99, 137 Corbett. William Osborne 137 Corbin. Jerry Lynn 364 Cording. Richard Arnold 172 Cordle. Thomas Llewellin, Jr. .50,51,172, 393, 401, 406, 409 Corkev, David C. 401 Cornell. Thomas Bonifer 90.366 Cornwel. . bner Milton 357 Cornwell. Samuel . ddi.son 226 Cosmopolitan Club 215 Costello. .Marion Eugene 113.172 Costello. Robert Charles 137, 266 Costen. Thomas Buie 172 Costner, Margaret Elizabeth 19, 298 Cottrell, Walter David. Jr 119, 137 Couch, Charles Graves, Jr 151, 172 Couch, John N. 39 Council. John C, Jr, 371 Courtney, Florence Lynne 199, 226 Coutlakis, Harn ' James 226 Covin. William Jerritt 85, 226 Covington, Robert James 43, 172 Cowan, Gaylord H 93, 226 Cowan, Marvin Russell 301 Cowan, Robert Jenkins 83, 226, 264, 265, 270 INDEX (Continued) Cowper. Stephen C. I2tj. i:!7 Cox. Bobbv Lee 2- ' ii Cox. Dorotliv (lail :iM Cox. KdwiTi Koscc.e 1:17 Cox, r.emxe V1ih- t 21 Cox. Ri. ' li;iiil l.arrv 2!i!l Cox. Roheit Howell. Jr - ' 1 Cox. William Marvin 21 Cozart. William Thomas 21 Cradriock. George Edward. Jr. 220 Craddock. Robert Avery 172 Craft. Rickey Murle 21 C rais. Allen 3 " 4 Craip. Barber Nathaniel . . 21 Craig. Barry Phillip 21 Craig. Joe Billy 365 Craig. Plezzy Harbor. Jr. 96. 226 Craig. William Lewis. Jr 21 Craighill, Frank H. ll.t. 12X Crandell. Chris Devon 21 Crane M.irjiprie Elk-ii l. ' !7. 192 Cranford. liwiglit Little 3.-.n. .I.-ih Cranford. Jame.s Willis. Jr. 172 Craven. Jesse Clarence 370 Craver. George Larry 86. 172. 393 Crawford. James Walker. Jr. 104. 172 Crawford. John Robert 116. I2H. 172 Crawford. Norman Laverne Crawford. Patricia Ann 2ss Credle. Joseph Bernard 116. 137 Creech. Howard Welder 3no Creech, Joseph Arnold. Jr. 290 Creedmore. Joe , . 50 Creek more. Joseph Powell 61. 172 Creem. Anthony 102. 172 Creem. Timothy John 21 Creigliton. Robert Kilgo 81. 371 Crewes. Jeanne Gail 287. 2s9 Takey 50,226.382 Critz. George Conrad 21, 156 Crocker, William Guy 172 Crockett. Nancy Florence 226, 280 Crockf ord. H. D 272 Cromlev. Bob 52 Cronenberg. Allen Thomson. Jr 21. 105 Croom. Jacques Howard 357. 33S Cross Ciiiintril I " 1 Crosthwaite. Leola ■i ' ' " Crotts. Everett Bowers 21 Crottv. Curtis Paul 17:1 Crotty. John Francis 83, 173. 3Hi) Crotty. William J. 350 Crouch. Adeliah Smyer 265 Crouse. James Edward 299 Crow. Edward Wilson. Ill . 89. 206. 207. 173 Crow. Mary Dinwiddle 173 Crowder. Alvin Floyd. Jr 21 Crowder. . nne Ellen 220 Crowell. James Sheffield 227 Crowiiover, James Edward, Jr 43, 173 Crowther. Bonnie Rae 288 Crowther. Carolyn Blair 173. 2«0 Crumblev. Mary Louise 48, 49. 18s. 199, 209, 227 Crump. Bruce 393 Crumpler. Lvle Ellis 116,173 Crumpler, Sylvia McKoy 195. 227 Crumpton. Leiolte Rose 227 Crutchfield. B. Franklin, Jr 21 Crutclilield. Clarence Jackson, Jr. 116. 173 Crutclitield, .lames Norman. Jr. 21 Crufchfielil. Leslie Alice 197.227 (■rut litielil, William Graham 81, 367 Crutihtiold, William Monroe 21 C ' udd. .Margaret 3511 Culbertson. James Addison. Jr 137 Culbertson. Robert D 281. 351 Culbreath. Dean lii2 Culbreath. James Charles, Jr. 3fit Culbreth. David A. 21 Culbreth, Ronald Craig 227. 279 Culp. Albert Franklin 173 Cummings. Jack 382. 383. 386 Cunimings. Paul M.. Jr. 362 Cummings. Ralph Waldo 42.44,56.81. 173. 263 Cunningham. Carroll 173. 19. " i Cunningham. Robert W 17 Curn " . Roy Lee 137 C irtis. Cecil Martin 3.7.-, Curtis. Eilitli Elaine 211. 2kii ( iishni.iii. Cliarles Arthur 99.227 Custis. .Martlia Cornelia 173. Uo Cutter. John H 355 Dailey. John C. Jr. Dailey. Richard Maurice. Jr. Dnilii Tar Heel Dale. John Irvin. Ill Daley, Cynthia Love l)alf ' . .lerome Thorpe ll.dnniple. John Robert. Jr. l)all(.n. Edith Alice Ualtiin. John Weber, Jr. Dalton. William Harvey ... Danre Coinmitfee Dancy. Linda Kay Dang. Muriel H. C Daniel, Alice Louise Daniel. Gary W Daniel. Donald Elmer Daniel. Frank Hayes Daniel. .Marshall Emory. Jr. D.uiiel. Wayne Wendell Daniels. Allen Gray Daniels. Carol . nn Daniels. Deanna Lee Daniels. Patricia Ruth Dannenbaum. Alice Dansby. David Mozart. Jr. Darden. John Morgan. Ill Dark. Dorcas Fare Darmstatter. E. Daughtn-. Ben Philip Dauglitn. Edward Alan Daughtrv. Ruffus Lvnwood Daugherty. Elizabeth Lloyd Daugherty. Hilary D Davenport. Joe Conrad Davenport. Stephen Everett Davenport. Willie Mae Joyce id. Ja indra Jean . . - . -Mk ' ii -Mebane .Andrew Jackson. Jr. Bette Sue Cutter Dickinson . . . Daniel Whitaker M. 99. 227. 409 cl Whitman 137 Thomas iL-i- W.. Jr. .l.iriK ' s Horton. Jr. . .lames Lee Joan Kathlyn - . - , Julia Cox Katherine Webb Luther Joshua. Jr. Marcia Kenyon . . John Allen Marvin Joseph. Jr. Heclr Mailly Stai Da M. Dewey .49. 190. 287. 290 Davis. Paul Midiael Davis. Philip Bibb. Jr. Davis, Robert V.. Jr. Davis. Ted BOB COX MONK JENNINGS Congratulations to the Class of 1959 (Jamm C jjee OMJi INDEX fContmuedj Davis. Tlionias Peete 300 Davis. Wilburn Addison 365 Davis, William Kinley 113, 1S8, 161, 173 Davis, William Glenn, Jr 173, 270 Davison, Raymond Louis 22, 75 Davisson. Ann 288 Dawes. John Coe 355 Dawes, William Redin, Jr 22 Deal, Albert Leonard, III 227 Dean. Herbert G 351 Deans, Barbara Ray 173 Deans, Jolin Frederick 99, 227 Dear, Morton 227 DeArmon. Celia Patricia 228 DeArmon, Frances Anne 195, 228 Deaton, Donald Ja.son 301, 303, 306 Deaton, Forrest Eric 137 Deaton. Robert Wayne 137 DeBanli. Douglas F 122 DeBerrv, Martha Decker 54,188,261 DeBlasio, Josepli Albert 22, 90 DeBorde, Lyndon Walls 228, 402, 403 DeCantis, Emil 382, 383, 385, 387 Decker, Alexander Howard 130 Dedond, Jess 158 Dees, Anthony Roane 165. 22S Degnon, Robb Fravne 95, 138, 266 Deibler. F,usene Carl 366 Deifell. John Jey 19. 22 Deifell. Louise Holliday 200, 228 Deits, Jav Hawkino 61,173 DeLashmutt, Patricia 173 Delbridse, Mattliew G. 306 DelGreco, Leonora .Annette 173 Dellolio. Leonard .John 22 DilU: Prltil Ihlld 106 [Irltii Kdjiiui Klisilnii 88 Dritii Siflmri I ' l 278 I), llii rlHta I ' lii 359 ).; (. r;isi7 " " 90 Demaree. Robert Hall, Jr 110,155.228 Demeritt. W. W 362 Denarnark, Bennett Goldsmith 138 Dennins, Sue Wheeler 288 Dennis. Janie 211 DENTAL HVGIENE 311-313 DENTISTRY. SCHOOL OF 361-368 Department Hearh 38-40 Derniiner. Nancy Eugenia 351 Desmond. Beverly Ann 288 Detana. Dick 382 Dettmar, Kenneth Paul 228 Deutsch, Michael Irwin 121, 138 DeVere, David E. 126 DeVere. Diana . rneson 195, 208, 209, 228, 261 Devin. ' irginia Peyton 190, 228 Dew. Gene T. 351 Deulitt. Charles Moncrief. Jr. 138 Diamond. Earl Louis 373 Dickens. Beverly Joan 2S9 Dickens. Curtis Thomas 22 Dickens. Paul McAuley 351 Dickerson. James Perry 138 Dickerson. Sandra 192. 228 Dickinson. Rosa Katherinc 173 DickmaiT. R. Neil 102, 138 Dickson, George Graham, Jr. 138 Dickson. Hilton M.. Jr 22 Diggs. Robert McDonald 367 Dilday. Lacy L. 173 Dimmetto. Joel Hart 228. 279 Dinwiddie, James William S ' lli, 3-.9 Distefano, Theodora C. 37 1 Divine, Morrison W.. Ill 111. 13S Dixon. Barljara Harrell 351 Dixon. Robert Kirkinan 357. 358 Dixon, Robert Windsor 85, 228 Doak, George 373 Docken , James S., Jr 356 Dockerv. Juditli 265 Dockery, Wesley Prichard 300, 303, 306 Dodd, Florence Spotswood 192, 228 Dodson. Randolph Mincey 138, 396 Dodson, Winfred Gray 351 Doeg, John Hope 228 Doggett, John Taylor 110.111,228 Doggett, Sarah Allene 173 Donisthorpe. Sue Mae 48. 197, 228 Donnelly, Carolyn F 192. 228. 410 Donnelly, Thomas G 373 Dono, Roberta Therese 173 Donohoe, Charles Joseph 138 Donohue. Hugh James 138, 389 Donroe, Francis Vincent 165,206.228 Doolev. Patrick Lawrence 173.413 Dorro ' h. John Hunter. Jr 173 Dorroh. William Gavle 173 Dorsett. Sam Houston. Jr 173 Dorsey. Ronald Sherman 138 Dorton. Marion Lamar 363.365 Dotson. Donald Larry 173 Doughton. George Edward, Jr 356. 358 Douglas. Ronald Wayne 355 Douglas. Samuel Preston. Jr 138, 396 Douglas, Thomas Benjamin, Jr 228 Dover, William Yates 22 Dowdy, Donald Carlisle 301, 304 Dowdy, Ruth Crowell 197. 228 Downs. Martha Jean 173 Downuni, Allen Fitzgerald, Jr 138 Doxey, Ann Marie 288 Doyle, Howard Glenn 138 Drake, .Anne Louise 265 Drake, Claude Wallace 364 Draughon, Clyde O SI, 173 Drew, John tabor 93, 228 Dries. Donald Morris 96 Drinnon, Herbert 1 351 Droze. Havwiuicl Daniel. Jr. 81. 228. 382 Drum, Blair Wilkinson 22 Drummond. Daniel DcWitt 9,5.228 Drye. Robert Stanly 228. 277 DuBose. Joan Patricia 173 DuBoise, Ronald J 351 Duckctt. Samuel Johnson 22 Duff. Angus MacLean 52, 62, 113, 138, 268, 401 Duggins. Jack Steven 301 Duke. Elizabeth Eskridge 173 Duke. Raymond L.. Jr 229 Dula. Fred I ' errv . . .138 Dulanev. Elliott Daingertield 138 Duncan. Allic Hamilton . . 229 Duncan. Daniel DDriscoIl 22 Duncan. Jane 202 Dunham. R. Sheldon. Jr 351 Dunlap. Benjamin Emerson 229 Dunlap. Helen Jean 54,297,300,308 Dunlap. William Marshall 99. 138 Du?in. Bill M 301 Dunn, Evcrette Matthews 298 Dunn, John Raymond . . .138 cph Carlyle Du) Kate Putnam .173 . lgernon. Jr 138 Dunn, M.irgaret G 351 Dunn. William. Ill 173 Dunn. William Lamon. Ill 22 Dunnagan. Harold M. 229. 277 Dunstan. William Edward. Ill 22 Durliam. Carolyn F. 289 .lane Durliii Durha Durl Ma Ma .173 Victo Webb. Jr. 138 II. David Cole 22 Dutton. .Marshall Wilson 300,303.306 Duvall. Barbara Anne 351 Dwelle. Harriette Baxter 160. 173 Dyson. Joseph Columbus 22 E Eagle. John C, Jr 229 Eagles, Frank Logan 81. 173 425 INDEX (Continued) Eanes. Carl Marshall Banes. Ralpli Hill, Jr Earey. Pat Eargle. Georse Manin Earle. Gwendolvn Faye Early. Alplionso .James. Ill Rarnliardt. Roger Larry Earnsliaw. Gwendolyn Johnson Earp. Daniel Hush, Jr Earp. Linda Easley. Robert W,. Ill Eason. Jininiie Jerome - Eason. Margaret Eastman, Henrv Hensley, Jr, Eaves, R, Spencer Eckerson. . nne Terrill Ecton, William Waller Eddings. Kenneth Earle Eddings, Tally Harry, 11 Eddins, Billy T Eddleman, Roy Truman Edens, Edgar L Edgertnn, Mary Bunting Edison. Bill Edmisten. .Invce Rhay Edmund. William Bullard. Jr. Edmundson. William Carlyle F lney. Greenwood M. Ednev. Joseph H. Edwards. Billy Frank Edwards. Charles Hamilton Edwards, Cortland Hoach Edwards, Ellison Francis Edwards, Horace Gales, Jr, Edwards, Joseph Roger Edwards, Philip Strowd Edwards, Robert Cook Edwards, Robert Luther Edwards. Rudolph Lee Eells. Marion Nisbett Efird. Clyde Heath. Jr Efird. Tom David Efland. John Lindsay. Ill Eggleston. Joseph Benjamin Eidson. Gale Dean V.Ve, John Howard Eisele. Douglas George Eisenberg. Kenneth Lee Eisenman. Russell Elden. Julie 188. 19 Elder. Decia Jeanette Eldridge. . rthur Daniel Elkins. Frank Callihan Elkins. Johnny Warren Eller. Jerry Jay Eller, Rov Eugene Eller, William Larry Ellerbe. Hassel Ellinwood. Everett Hews Elliott. Balaam Thalphonza. Jr. 100 50. 51, 173 363. 364 116. 229 43. 50. 51. 263 195. 229. 410 22 104. 138. 266 Elliott. James Maxton 356 Elliott. Rachel Elizabeth 173 Elliott. William M. 13H, EUis. David .Alfred 68, 76, 229 Ellis. Johnny Wayne 173 EHis. Marshall S.. Jr. 22 Ellis. Patricia . ' nne 22 Ellis. William Geiger. Jr. 80, 229 Ellis. William Thomas 22 Ellison. Nicholas Clay . 138, 156 Ellwanger. David Carroll 229, 277 Embrv. Hugh Collins 76, 174, 276 Engle. Frederick Leon 22, 50 English. Charles Robert rSH English. John Roger 22 Ennett. Luther Edward, Jr, 22 Ennis. Leon Martin 229 Entwistle, John W, Covington. Jr 22 Eplev. TroyI David 22 Epps. IH. James Haws 99. ?.■ ,» Erdruman, Charles 400 Erickson, Chuck 400, 408 Ervine, Harold Clayton 374 Escott, Carolyn . ugusta 289 Eskridge, Alfred Greene , , 81, 138 Eskridge, Fain Combs 174 Eskridge, James Lester, Jr. 22 Eskridge, Jerry Lee I3H Rsval, Jean I.vdia Etheridge, Randal Bennett 13K Etheridge, Richard Winston 229 Etheridge, William Etheridge 104. 2: 9 Eubank.s, Robert Chester, Jr. 13K Eure, Darden Jolinson, Jr, Evans, Anio Ray 3711 Evans, David Arnold, Jr. 229 Evans. David Samuel 55, 5S, 121, . 171 Evan.s. Gabriel Marlin 229, . 265 Evans. Guv Carr Evans. Helen Juliana Evans. James Earl Evans. Jerry Covengton Evans, M, R Evans, Margaret Lillian . Evans, Merri Angela Evans, Richard Henderson. Jr. Evans, Robert Butler Evans, Roland Benjamin Everett, Grover Woodrow. Jr. . Everett, Houston Spencer - . . . Everitt, Beverly Jane 188, 189, 230 Everitt, James McPhersoi Eves, Joseph Pearee. Ill Evins, Thomas Moore. Jr Exum. Ashe Host Fackert. William Edward. Ill 110. 13h. 148 Fair. Jackson Glenn. Jr 96.230 Fair. Ronald E 365 Faircloth. James Maleom 13h Faircloth, M. Leroy 22 Faircloth. Oscar Lee 22 Faircloth. Wayne R 351 Faires. Dorus Edgar 138 Faires. Patricia Kay 174 Faison. Nancy Margaret 300. 303. 3ns Fales. Jack Hudson 171 Falk. Michael David 121. 230 Falls. Felix Crowder 23(i Falls. Ralph Holland 22 Farag. Saleem A 374 Fambough. Douglas 61 Fargis, Carl William 22 Farmer. Robert L 366 Farmer. Robert Leon 356 Farmer. William Floyd 138 Farnhani. Christie Anne 192. 230 Farrar. Joseph Ernest 301. 304 Farrell. Bill Franklin 22 Farrior, Edward Milton 22 Farrior, Katlicrine I ' cdrick 174 Farrior. William Sloan 299.306 Farris, Kathrjn Joyce 174 Farris. Ray Simpson. Jr. 22 Fasul. Jimmy Steve 356, 358 Faucette. W. K 401 Faulkner. Edward Gartield 297, 300. 304 Fearing, Woodson Bradford 301.303,304 Feemster, Clarence Er ' in 22 Feemster, Vivian Lucile 174 Fein. Sheldon 351 Feinberg, Louis Elton 22 Felton, Robert Lee 22 Fennegan. F. Michael 371 Fennell, Ray Davis 230. 279 Fentress, ,1, Russell 13S Ferguson, Jern- Hill 106, 174 Ferguson, John H, 369 Ferguson, Robert Bruce 230, 277 Ferguson, Shirley Vickers 230 Ferguson, Thomas Harry 355 Ferguson. Tommy R„ Jr, 174 FeHazzo. Pliilip Anthony 118,174 Fernald. Gcr.ild Wallace 371 Ferrell, Joseph Stevens 176, 30) Ferris, Walter Clayton 174 Fetzer, Richard Lee 138,271 Fields, Betty Elaine 288 Fields, Curtis M 96, 230 Fields, DeLeon M, 22 Fields, Johnnie Parrott ' 138 Filley, John P 373 File, Gilbert William 174 Finch, Lawrence Owen 138 FINE ARTS 145 Fine, James Allen 138 Finegan, John Andrew, Jr. 85, 230 Finger, James H, 374 Fink, Arthur E 37 Finkel.stein, Alan Stanley 120. 121, 174 Finlev, Blanche Elizabeth 288 Finley, Robert Mcllwaine 13R Fish, Lydia Mary 174 Fishel, Grover Eveme. Jr 174 Fisher, Charlene Reed 192, 290 Fisher, Earl Elliott, Jr, 364 Fisher, J, Stanford 13s, 162 Fisher, John Allen 22 Fisher, Larrj- Alonzo 174 Fisher, Lester Vastine 22 Fisher, Linda Lee 189. 230 Fisher, Louis Joseph, III 356 Fisher, Otis Norwood 372 Fisher, Paul Edward 174. 277 Fisher. Vinton D.. Jr. 351 Fisher. Walter Scott 355 Fitts. Walter M 74. 75. 78, 79, 93, 230 Fitzgerald, Robert W 22 Fitzgerald, Thomas Lloyd 22 Fitzula, Robert Michael 174 Flahive, James Francis 122, 230 Fleishman, Harvey los Fleishman, Joel Lawrence 263, 357 Fleming, Elizabeth Heathcote 171 Fleming, M ' illiam L. 3fiil Fletcher. Bobby Burfoot 22 Fletcher. .lohn Stuart. II 13s Flinner. Charles Edmund 17 1 Flood. C. Crosbie 37 1 Flournov. A. Isabelle Painter 374 Floyd. Charles Frederick 230 Flovd. David Allan 73. 99. 230. 393 Floyd. Edward Thornton 22 Floyd. Giles Cowan 370 Flovd. Jack William 355 Floyd. Vann Justin 22, 156 Floyd, Willie Benjamin. Jr. 138 Fly ' nn. Harry Shields 110.174 Fogleman. Diane 286 Fogleman. Donald B 138 Foley. Peter Allen 22 Folger. R. Garrett 79, 126 Folkomer. Sonny 382, 386 Football 380 Footh. Sharen Conary 174 Forbes. Bartley John 138. 162 Forbe.s. Eleanor A. 362 Forbes. Jerrj- L. 23ii Ford. Carl Spencer 138 Ford. John Frederick. AM. HI May Jr. 104. 138 146 287. 289 Ann 48, 150. 197. 230 Fortner. Harold Harris 107. 174 Foscue. Bettye 230 Foster. E. L 40 Foster. Hugh Alan 22 Fountain. Arthur Whitfield 174 Fountain. Reginald Morton 22 Foushee. Roger Babson 61. 148. 149. 174 Foushee. Wavne Hampton 22 Fowler. Alice Westbrook 230 Fowler. Bruce Owen 230. 382 Fowler. Glenda 197. 230 Fowler. Wesley C. 95 Fowlkes, Edward Bynum 230, 265 Fox, Allen Everiy 22, 87 Fox, Charles Sugg 355 Fox, Elizabeth Corbett 355 Fox, James Edward 114, 230 Fox, Joe Thomas, Jr 371 Fox. John Birkhead S3. 138. 266 Fox. John William 230. 279. 403. 409 Fox. Kathnn Scollard 288 Fox. Kichafd Louis 355 Foxworth. Robert Parker Foy. Belinda Jane 174 Fov. Frederick Dozier 231 Frady. James Dewitt, Jr 138 Fraga. Jorge Daniel 22 Fraley, Philip Sevier 138 Fraley, Thomas Maurice 301, 304 Francis, Raymond Joseph 22 Franklin, Ronald Lenoir 22 Franklin, William Norman 415 FRATERNITIES 77-131 Frazier. James R 174 Frazier, Richard Ernest 78. 95. 231 Frazier. Samuel Kindley. Jr. 231 Frederick. Lam- 382 Free. William Joseph 351 Freedman. Jerald Neil 124. 138 Freedman. Leon D. 373 Freeman. Carol Griffith 200. 231 Freeman. Joseph Broade 138 Freeman. Peggy Joyce 289 F ' rench. Christopher Westerling 22 Frenzel. Winston Wilmarth 374 FRESHMEN 16-28 Freshwater. David Hales 366. 368 Friday. Ida Howell 261 Friday. William C 30 Friddie. Lucia Rachel 291 Friederich. Nicolette 138 Friedman. Ken Fro t. Catherine Donelson Frost. James Lindsey Fry. David , llen F ' ry. Robert Gilliam. Ill Fr ' e. Bernard Campbell , Frye. Dolores Ann Frye. Henrj- E. Frve. John Callanan Frje. Ted Leroy. Jr. Frve. T. Nelson Fu ' gate. Robert Watkins Fulcher. Gerold Malcolm. Jr. Fulcher. Hugh Lee Fulcher. Walter Graham Fulenwider. Katherine Earle Fulghum. Robert Daniel Fulk. Robert Vernon. Jr. 85 Fuller. Paul Johnson Fuller. Walter Erwin. Jr. 265 174. 138, 15, 46, 56, 174, 211, 278 Fulton, John T, 373 Funai, Joyce 200 Funderburk, Albert Otto, Jr, 50, 51, 174, 403 Funk, Margaret Eunice 261 Furch, Phyllis Ann 289 Furr, James William 95 Furr, Warwick Rex 22 Furtado, Bob 72 Furtado, Donald Atlas 42,43,56,60. 100, 231. 263 Fussell, James Davis 22 Futrelle, Robert Howard 355 370 (;able, Thomas William (iahriel. .lanice Cornelia 174 Ciabriel, Margie 41 " (iahriel. .Michaela 371 Gaca. Giles 102 Gaddy. Ray Carlton 300 Galasso. George John 351 Gallagher. Edgar Givers. Jr. 138 Gallagher. John Michael 281 Gallagher. Lois Anne 287. 291 Gallimore. Elaine 291 Galloway. James Gray 113. 138 Gamble. James Wiley 138 Gammn Beta Epmhm 274 Gammon. Tiger 54 Gammone. Rudolph Phillip 174 Gandy. Robert L., Jr 281, 351 Cans, Curtis 56. 158. 162 Gard. Annie Lawrie 42, 49, 56, 190, 231 426 INDEX (Continued) Gardiner. Jolin Aldeii 133,174, Gardner. Barbara .lane Gardner. Homer (Jerney. Jr 156, Garey. Cleorge .Alexander. Jr. 281. Gamiise. David Bruce Garner. . Men Payne Garner. Coy Steplien Gardow. A. Scott Garr. MeLvyn Lawrence lOS. Garrard. William Lewis Garrett. Cecil F. 279. Garrett. Tlieodore Wil. ' son Garris. Carol Lynn Garrison. David Quitman ISS. Garrison. Jerry Wayne 22. Garrison. Nat W 362. 367. Garriss. .Austin McDonald. Jr. Garson. Warfield Garver. John David 119. Gaskins. James Alfred. Jr Gates. Donald Williams Galling. Virginia Bard Gaugrer. Thomas Freeman Gault. Lois Lorine Cause. Martha Victoria Gautefald. Beulah Gay. Malcolm Gardner Gay. William Cart Gayle. Cecil McMath. Jr Gaylord. Diane V Geddie. Mar ' Alice Geline. Ronald Gelli. i . Harry 139. Ge ' zec. Dorothy EHse Gentry. George Wesley GentO ' . John Billy Gentn ' . . ' ohn Russell George. Prentiss Legarr, Jr 301, George. W. Critz Gerdes. Phillip E 174. Germon Club Gerrish. Richard Binner 156, Gershenson. Stephen M 22. Gertz. Helen X. Gertznian. Stanley A 357. Gerv. Martha Susan Gettman. Lowell John Ghali. Jawad Mohammed Ghanim. John K. 175, Giard. Donald Joseph Gibbel. Donna Lvnette Gibbons. Joel W. Gibbons. Kenneth Craig. Jr Gibbons. Robert .Alexander Gibbs. Doris Walker 231. Gibbs. James Harrison Gibbs. James Howard Gibbs. Lewis Clinton Gibson. Charles Thomas 299. Gibson. Jane Muse Gibson. Joan B. Gibson. John Sanford . . Gibson. Paul Crawford Gibson. Robert Clayton, III 99. Gibson. Vince Gibson. William Stephen. Jr. Gifford. Alice Gilbert. Charles Franklin Gilbert. Daniel Everette Gilchrist. Peter Spence. Ill Gilchrist. Rov Allen Giles. Curtis Ronald Giles. Harry M.. Jr Giles. John Burke Giles. Larry Mills Gilliam. John Lane Gilliam. Xed Donald Gilliam. Thomas Alfred Gillman. Harriett Rutti 175. Gilmore. Sarah Louise Ginn. William M Girard. Stephen Scher 108. Givens. Michael Carlyle Givens. Patrick .Augustus Gladden. Wayne Kent Glascock. Lou 402 Glass. Paul Milton. Jr Glavin. Kathleen Brigid 58, Glawson. Joseph Jackson. Jr. 81. Glenn. Phyllis Glenn. Willie Lee Glover. Dale Price 231 Glover. Homer B Glover. Travis Gluvas. Sally Catherine Glynn. Phyllis Evans . . Gobble. Narie Wavne . . Godfrey. James L. Godfrey. Morris R. Godwin. Donald Fulton Godwin. Gail Kathleen Godwin. Herman Allen. 197. Jr. Stan 55. 104. 150. 231. 263. 26.1 Godwin. Willian Daley ! Gold. Paul Milton 23, J Goldby. Steven David 1 Gol df arb. Carl 357, Goldman. Hilliard L 50. i Goldman. Hilton Paul 1 Goldsmith. .Albert Lewis. Jr. 42. 5.5. 85. 150. 232. 263, i Goldstein. Al 382, 383. 387 Golf 400 Gollev. Stuart Andrew 175 Gonzalez, diaries Fennell. Ill 23, 92 Gooch. Faye Carolyn 23 Good. Larry Buford 175 Goode. David John 23 Goode. David Johnson 114. 139 Goodman. Benjamin Mitchell. Jr. 175. 270 Goodman. Edward Jay 124. 151. 163. 232 Goodman. Frank Eugene 175 Goodman. Hugh Marion 81. 175. 401 Goodman. Jerry Lee 139 Goodman. Jimmy Ray 23 Goodman. Roy Bernard 139 Goodman. Sarah Lee 351 Goodman. Victor Kenneth, Jr. 232 Goodson. John Phillip 175 Cloodwin. Donald R 175 Goodwin. Joel Sexton 372 Goodwin. Samuel Stephen 299 Gorcica Andrea Lucille . . 288 Gordon. Frank J. 232 Gordon. Robert Lee 299 Gore. David J 139 Gottschalk. Don Frederick 175 Gould. Nathaniel Jav 23 Goulson. Jo Pinnell 373 Grabs. Omnie Omilv. Jr 232 GRADUATE SCHOOL 349-352 GRADUATE SCHOOLS 346-37K GRADUATION 314-319 Grady. Ann Graham 291 Grady. Henry Allen. Jr 139 Grafman. Stephen AVinston - .23 Graham. .Alma Eleanor . 265 Graham. Charles Pattison. Jr. Ino. 128. 139. 414 Graham. Dougald McFayden 232 Graham. Edmund Lovell 96. 175 Graham. Edwin Charles 50. 139 Graham. James Montrose. Ill 23 Graham. James Radford 139 Graham, Jenny C 197.232.410 Graham. John C. 371 Graham. Larry Gregson 61. 96. 232 GRAHAM MEMORIAL 59-64 Graham Memorial ArtivHies Board .62 Graham. Philip Earl 23 Graham. AVallace .Anthany 99.175.402 Grant. Cynthia Geraldine 151. 175 Grantham. Norman Bridgers, Jr. 367 Grausman. Richard Irvin 124.232.401 Graves, AVilliam Lionel 351 Gravette. Larry Dean 139 Gray. Carroll Lee 23 Gray. Charles. Ill 42. 43. 175 Gray. Charles Dowd. Ill 56. 104. 175 Gray. Don 43 Gray. Gilbert Kenneth 23 Gray. Robert McDonald. Ill 90. 148. 156. 232 Grayson. George Wallace. Jr. 86. 175. 270 Greason. Martha-Jo 23 Green. Caroline Tucker 202. 232 Green. David Fleetwood 85. 139 Green. David Philip 371 Green. Fletcher Melvin 39 Green. Peter John 23 Green. Robert Lorenza 372 Green. Robert Ramsey 81. 139 Green. Sara Elizabeth 163. 175. 199 Greenherg. Bernard G. 373 Greenday. Mike 382 Greene. Glen 396 Greene. Joe Elliott 23 Greene. Steve .Allen 139 Greene. Walter .Allen 23 Greenfield. Cecelia Doreen 190. 232 Greenfield. Maxine Bernadette 19. 23 Greenwood. Martin Nixon 23 Greer. Bill 150 Greer. Gary 44. 60 Greer. James Walter 232 Greer. Paul Stanley. Jr 232. 279 Greer. Phyllis .Ann 287. 291 Greeson. .Joe David 23 Dennis Leon 175 Carson AVade. Jr 23 Hugh Stanley 232. 270 Libbv 202 Richard Brent 23 Sue Middleton 202. 215. 232 Gregson. Helen Louise 2 9 Gregson. Julia Anne 291 Greulwh. ' ictor ' i - Grice. Camille Jennette 195. 23- ' Griffin. Bruce Hartwell. Jr. 23 Griffin. Cari Henderson 232 Griffin. Curtis Parke 232 Griffin. Marion Wilson 370 Griffin Martha Coltrane 232 Griffin. Roland Gerald 175, 393. 395 Griffln. William R 301 firifliss. John McLeod 23 Griffith. Lewis Scott. Jr 23 Griffith. Thomas 23 Grigg. Cland McNeill 371 Grigg. David Lee 104. 139. 266 Grigsby. George Talmadge, Jr. 23 Grimes. Bryan. Jr 139. 414 Grimes. Gayle Gwen 175 Grimsley. Joseph Wayne 139 Griset. Bruce Henery 96 Grodsky. Peter P. 121. 232, 396, 409 139 Gregg. I 403 Oregon ' 23 Gregory 175 Oregon- 355 Gregory 410 Oregon ' 200. 208. 209. : 45. 99, 139. 161. i 2S1, ; 297. Grogan. Kennis Robert Groonie. Linda Lee Grosswald. Morton .Allen Grover. William Maurice Groves. Martha Elizabeth Grubb. XantT Southwick Grubb. Robert Lee. Jr. Grubbs. Ba.sil Arthur. Jr. (luercio. .lody Helen Guerrant. Thomas Connally 139 Guerrieri. Thomas Joseph Guest. William S 281 Guffev. Don W. 93 Guillot. E. Elizabeth Gulley. Jack Powell Gump. Louis Haynes 113, Gums. Henen ' Lee Gunn. Robert Louis Ounter. Jerry Marshall Gupton. .Adrian Clay 299 Gurganus. Harry S.. Jr 122 Gustafson. Bruce A. Gustafson. Susan Walker Guthrie. Malthus Lee Gutridge. Helen Scott Guy . Samuel C. Gwj ' nn, William Houston H Habel. Harriette Hackett. Kumari Priyambada Hackler. Robert Hardin Haddad. George Milton. Jr. 233 Hafer. Mary Suzanne ... 195 Hagaman. Robert Preston Hager. Clovd .Avow. Jr. Haile. Jane Monroe 199 Haire. Robert Phillip Hairr. John Raymond. Jr Haithcock. Eddie Clee. Jr. . . Haithcock. Jimmy Reid . Haithcock. Nevsa Hale. Leslie Morgan Hale. Phyllis Ann Hale. Sallie Gotten Halev. Clifford Eugene. Jr. Halev. .Michael AVinder Hall. C. J Hall. Carl Franklin. Jr. Hall. Douglas Hines Hall. Edward B., Jr. Hall. Jan Michael Hall. Jean Hutto Hall. Kenneth Tinsley, Jr. Hall. Norman Curtis Hallan. Jerome Boyd Hallford. Edward Ulysses. Jr. Hallowes. Borden Rhea Hallyburton. Patricia Hamad. .Awni Mohamad Hamberger. .Ann Marie . . Hambright. Charles H Hambright. Joanne Bullard Haniel. Sandra Jane Hamer. John W.. Jr. Hamer. Patricia Douglas .... Hamill. AVilliam John Hamill. AVink Hamilton. Barbara Ann Hamilton. David Earl Hamilton. Nancy Carolyn Hamilton. Phillip Ronald Hamlet. Reuben D. Hammersla. Frances Taylor Hamnies. Elmore Martin Hamniett. John Benjamin Hammond. Doris Hammond. Lawrence Townly Hanirick. Frederick Dolmer. Ill Hamrick. Harvey James 11 Hanirick. Philip Laxton Hamrick, Shirley Ann Hamrick, Timnions Hicks, Jr Hancock, Chester H Handy. Henry D.. Jr. Hanev. Jerry Wallace Hanft. Frank W. Hannah. John William Hannah. Mary Susannah Hanner. Claire -Anne 301. 304 175 93. 371 23 233, 413 113. 139 104. 233 364 374 5. 280. 393.409 211, 293 367, 368 281, 351 139 Edv in Leroy ard Josephi all Ned Finley. Jr .Sally Harbin Harflee. Lewis Jefferson. Jr Harfien. Barbara Bourne Hardin. Elizabeth Hardin. Jo Anne 279. Harding. Benjamin Renny 233. Hardison. Bill Hardison. Claude Bryan Hardison. Donald L. Hardison. James Walter Hardison. N. H. Hardison. Rossie Pinkney, Jr. Hardy. Charles Edward Hardy. George W. Hardy. Ira May Hare. Jeffrey .Averill 100. Hargett. John Tliorne Hargrove. Wade Hampton. Jr. Harkins. Peter Barrington 175. 189 299. 308 393. 409 301. 304 354 95. 233 427 C. D. SPANGLER Construction Company CHARLOTTE, N. C. Residential Commercial TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE JIMMY O ' NEILL 201 East Parrish Street Durham, North Carolina HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL MAKES OF PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS Smith Corona Electric Portable Typewriter Sales - Service if Rental INDEX (Continued) Harkrader. Lela Belle 175 Harmon, Bob 393 Harmon. Diana Donaldson 175 Harmon. Ronald Davis 175 Harmon. William Sidney 297, 299. 304 Harney. John Mathews 355 Harper. David F. 23 Harper. James Madison. HI 175 Harper. Kebecca Alcestis 297, 298 Harper. Wendell J. 301,304 Harrell. Bcttv Dare 233 Harrill. Odell Ossie. Jr. 23 HarriiiKtiiii. Hesse Moye. HI 23 HarriiiKton. William Lewis 139, 266 Harris. Alan .Moore 234 Harris. Betsv Field 175 Harris. Boyd White. Ill 175 Harris. Donald Eugene 104, 139, 266 Harris. Donald Philip 371 Harris. Falls Lewis 371 Harris. Fred Bosle 139 Harris. Frederick Henry 86,175.406 Harris. Carv Reeves 234 Harris. Henry Wood. Jr 99, 175 Harris. .lean Holmes 175 Harris. Jimmy Laive 175 Harris. John C. .81. 234 Harris. Kenneth Rhyne 234. 279 Harris. Larry Eugene 139 Harris. Leon Johnson, Jr 122, 234 Harris. Lewis Toleman 108. 139 Harris, Marion Wiley 265 Harris. Marv Hen 234 Harris, Ronald Clay 175, 279 Harris, Stephen Walker 23 Harris, Thomas E., Jr. 302, 306 Harris, Thomas Jefferson. Jr 17S Harrison, Henr - Theo, Jr 151, 234 Harrison, Mary R. 287, 28S Harrison, Stephen Vance 302, 304 Harriss, (leoree N, 370 Harriss, Herbert Henry 9S, 234 Harriss. Marvin Jacob, Jr 298 Harriss. Oscar Hooks 23 Harriss, William Fred 23 Harriss. William Graham 23 Harrv. Margaret Alice 176 Hart, Oliver James. Jr. 372 Hart. Richaril B. 354, 357 Hart, William Ardley 234 Hartis, Gilbert Clyde, Jr 23, 258 Hartley, James Spencer 189 Hartley, Laurence A 189 Hartsell, Bobby Ray 23 Hartsell, Wriston Alonzo . ' 23 Hartunpr. James Deakins 23 Hartzog. Henrj ' Gerard. Ill 370 Hartzog. Mary Louise 197, 234 Harvey, Anthony E. 351 Harvey, Mary .Ann 44, 58, 151, 190, 234 Harvin, Lucius Herman, III 139 Harward, Judith . nne 312 Has.sell. Virginia Howe 291 Hassinger. , nn Marshall 176 Matcher, Hubert Edwin 366 Hatcher. Thomas Adair 23 Hatcher. Wade Lemuel, Jr. 234 Hatchclt, Jane 202 Hathaway, Curtis H, 234, 382, 408, 409 Hathcix-k, James Alden, Jr. 23 Hatlev, Ournie Ernest, Jr 234, 280 Hatsell. Carolie 351 Hatten, Sola J 55, 215, 351 Hatz, Emma Louise 176 Hawes, Gilbert Lee 874 Hawes. Horace Livingston, Jr. 176 Hawes. Pevton Samuel 113,176 Hawkins. .Anne 288 Hawkins. Charles Bruce 367 Hawkins. David R. 369 Hawkins. Herbert Henry. Jr 234 Hawkins. Ralph 139, 382 Hawkins, Ralph Owen, Jr, 176 Hawkins, Rip 382 Hawkins, Ross Cooper 100, 139 Hawkins, William Grady, Jr 23 Hawlev, Barbara Anne 178 Hawley, Lewis Burlon 139 Hawlev, Margaret .Anne 176 Haworth, William Blair 356 Hayden, Thomas D 23 Havdon, Glen 39 Hayer, Larry Wilson 234, 268 Hayes. Jack Avcock 234 Haves. Lawrence Douglas 234,265,405 Haves, .Michael Kellv 234, 277 Haves. Richard Bryant 116,176 Hayes, Robert R. 357. 359 Hayes. Thomas Patrick. Ill 23 Haymaker. James 280 Havnes. Margaret 286 Havnie. Duke McClary 351 Haywowl. Ronald Lee 176 Hay worth. Rav Milton 265, 370 Healey, Kent Waddell 23 Hearn, Donald W 78 Hearn, Larry James 139 Hearne, John Lee, Jr 234 Hearne, Wanda Layne 234, 280 Heath. Roy Andrew, Jr. 23 Heather. Durant 102 Heaton. Beverly Ann 199, 291 Heavner, James . llen 139 Hebert, Catherine Fraser 176 Hedrick, Joan Reid 197,234 Hedrick. Paul Perry 365 Hedrick. Richard Reitzel 23 Heeman. Warren 159 Hefner. Allen Ray 365 Hege. ancv Jane 291 Heindel. Clifford Craig 139 Heinsohn. Frank. Jr 366.368 Heitman, Henrv Nading, Jr. 234, 279 Hellard, John Charles 176,280,401 Heller, David P, 139 Helms. Bobby Earl 139 Helms, Charles Franklin 234, 279 Helms, Harold Parks 84, 235 Helms, John Howard Payne 176, 266 Hemingway, Martha Diana 235,280 Hemstreet, Eleanor 235 Henderson. Edward Lance 23 Henderson. Lucille K. 37 Henderson. Perrin Quarles 113,235,405 Henderson, William Douglas .235,280,402. 403, 404, 409 HendrPM, Otis Fr;inklin 139 Hendrick, William Franklin 189 Hendrii-ks. .hnnos K. 373 Hendricks. W.irrcii H. 375 Hendricksoii. Kiiliard Fulton 23 Hendrix, Ann Louise 351 Henlev. .lesse Meachem. Jr 357 Henrv. Hector Himel, II 176 Henry. Howard 60 Henrv. Lawrence Dayle 23 Hensel. Harry Hancock, Jr 139 Henson, Bruce Lane 235 Henson, David Edward 365 Herford, Robert David 176 Herlinger, Eva 375 Herman, Patricia Jane 176 Herndon, Gloria Gaye 235 Herndon, Joseph G. 50, 51, 176 Hero. He ' ene C. 176 Herold, William Sawyers 375 Herr. Richard Langley 23 Herring. Benjamin Casey. Jr. 72. 100, 235 Herring, John Furman, Jr 355 Herring, Marion Carlyle 23 Herring, Paul Donald 16.5. 206. 235. 265 Herring. Wilborn Moye 364 Hesmer. Theodore Casper, Jr. .363,366,368 428 INDEX (Continued) Hester, Clvde Ray 139 Hester. John Robert 266 Hester, .loseph Louis 176 Hewitt, .loe Aiulerson 176 Hickev Tiin 3S1 ,SH2 Hickiiiau, William Elliott 50. 23.i! 279 Hickmon. James Ralph 300. 304 Hicks. Carl Thomas 176 Hieks, Charles M 370 Hicks. Faison Moseley 357. 358 Hicks, James Franklin. Jr. 281. 351 Hicks, James Rodney 176 Hicks. Jeffrey Talmadse 23 Hicks. Joyce Marie 23 Hicks. Lewis Patterson 165. 176 Hicks. Melvin Gray 139 Hicks, Robert Byron 23,156 Hissins. Anne W. M. 265 HisTjins. Henry Mills 357. 359 High. Roy Shelton 364 Highsmith. James Milton 235. 265 Hiffhsmith. William C 93 Hight. Bruce Furman 235 Higley. L. B 362 Hill. Cleone 286 Hill. Douglas Gray 139 Hill. Emily Sue 54, 176. 280 Hill. Ivan Vick 139 Hill, James C. 365, 368 Hill. Joseph Elwood 235 Hill. Michael Orman 176. 266 Hill. Quenton Herbert 235 Hille! Foundation 213 Hillman. James Elgan. Jr 119. 176 Hilt. Richard L. 351 Hilton. Joe 403. 40S. 409 Himes, Charles Karris 266, 297, 299, 303, 304 Hines. Richard Norlieet. Jr. 366 Hinkley. Clark M. 371 Hinnant. Robert Willard 176 Hinshaw, Waldo Stephen 23 Hinson, Claude Sims, Jr 96, 235 Hinson. Elizabeth Evangeline 23 Hinson. Robin L. 354 Hinton, Elizabeth Bain 289 Hipps, Gary Melvin 265, 351 Hoard, Joseph Steve. HI 364 Hobbs. Dixie Linda 176 Hobbs. Lewis Lyndon 354, 356 Hobbs, S. Legare 193, 233 Hobson, Jane Gregory 233 Hocutt, Edgar Jerome 139, 266 Hodge. H. A.. Ill 139 Hodges. Parker 206. 207 Hoffler. George Wyckliffe 371 Hofflcr. Marcilcl Barton 2:1 Hoffman, Richard l,ce 351 HoffTier, Paul Rolhrock 23.T Holler. Betty Carolyn 235 Hogan, James Spencer 139 Holaday, .Martha Ellen 176 Holbrook, Joseph Donald 235 Holcomb, Robert Lewis 23 Holden, Nancy E. 290 Holder. David ' Lee 372 Holder. Laurie E., Jr. 139 Holderness, Havwood Daib, Jr. 23 Hohleniess. Howard. Jr. 47.89,139,266 Holilfonl. Kov Raymond, Jr 356 Holilf(.nl. William Henry 356 Hollan. licralil Eugene 176 Holland. Charles Gehrmann .. 114.235,38!) Hollaiul. D.ivid Louis 23, 29H Holland, Herbert Eatman, Jr 31. 139 Holland, Jim R. 126. 139 Holland. Max Kermit 235, 279 Holland, M. W 362 Holler, Hoy Cline 139 Hollers, Russell 382 Holliliehl. William Mason. Jr. ... . .23 Hollowell, Edward Earl 277, 355 Holnian, C. Hugh 39, 150 Holmes, James Roland 139 Holmes, Robert W. 366 Holmes, Stacy Morgan 235 Holshouser, James E„ Jr 356, 358 Holshouser, John Leidy 176 Holshouser, Sibyl Oreda 351 Holswade. Ann Harris 176, 195, 410 Holt, Hilda G. 312 Holt, Leonidas Causey 235, 263 Holthouser, Ralph H. 139 Holtzclaw, Frances Ann 176 Honieyer, Marcia Fuller 176 Hondros, John Louis 236 Honeycutt, Herman R. 302 Honeycutt. John 414 HONORARIES 259-274 Hood, Bruce Ray 236 Hood, Charles Howard 299 Hood, James Raefleld 238 Hood, John David 302. 306 Hood. Roger A 357 Hook. Brevitt 367 Hooker. Charles W 369 Hooper. Frank Ross 236. 277 Hoover, Charles Evans 236 Hoover, Charles Wayne 366 Hoover, Madge Elaine 176. 280 Hoover. Marion Ruth 375 Hoover. Robert Llovd 351 Hoover. William liavid 176 Hopewell. Alton Oliver 23 HopkiTif. Anne Elizalieth 2sH Hopkins. l orotli .lean , , 236 Ho])kiiis. Nina Cihcll ... 195,236 Hopkins, William Morgan 23, 151 Hord, George VanBuren 236 Hord, Joseph Beach 139 Horn, Fred Van 61 Horn, James Jackson 299,303,304 Home, Edward E. 351 Home, Essie Mae . 373 Hume, George Nelson 364 Home, Robert Milton 176 Horner, Margaret Moore 288 Horner, William Edwin, Jr. 119,236 Hornthal, Allen Lane 23 Horton, Alvin Horace, III 176 Horton, Clarence Edgar, Jr 23 Horton, Jesse Lloyd 23, 78 Horton, ' ossie Lee 23 Horwitz, Burton Allan 364 Hoskins. James Dale 139 Hotelling. George Alfred 236 Houck. John William 281. 331 House, Daniel Murray, Jr 139 House, Helen B. 139 House, Robert B 264 Houser, Wayne Logan 236, 279 Howard, Donald Kelly 90 Howard. Linda 49.199.236 Howard, Shelley Wolfson 265 Howdy, Frederick Howard 366 Hov eIl, Almonte C 3,5, 264 Howell, Bonnie Estelle 288 Howell, Charles Henry 23 Howell, Elizabeth 191 Howell, James Edward 23 Howell, Thelma 176 Howerton, Charles C 96, 170 Howie. Sam Watson 139 Howie. William . lexander 176 Howland. William Slocum. Jr 23 Howlett. Ronald Howard 23 Howson. Charles Henry. Ill 99. 176 Hoyle. Jonathan Vernon, Jr. 139 Hoyle, Steve Arthur 139 Hrin. John Nicholas 1711 Hromanik, Edward Carl 351 Hubbard, John White 236 Hubbard, Robert L. 351 Hubbard. William Colvin 23 5ulian ' ri;l)%e fefjop MAURICE JULIAN ' 38 Congratulations to the Class of ' 59 " THE DAIRY STORE " ch apel Hill • 203 E. Franklin St. • Telephone 7-001 CONGRATULATIONS To the Class of 1959 GEORGE BARCLAY ' S Texaco Station The Best in Service Corner Franklin and Columbia 429 INDEX (Continued) Hiihbeling. Christoplier Stewart . , ,23. 156 Huber. Jane Worden 288 Hudson. Blaine Steven . . 23(1 Hudson. Danny Allan 2:1 Hudson. Jo.Anne - - 17( Hudson. Richard Woodard . ' (7 1 Huff. Jerry Garland 2:i Huff. Lyndon Lewis, Jr nii Huff. Thomas J :)67 Huffman. Gilbert Thompson 178 Huffman. Kent Loewe 289. 303. 304 Huffman. Robert Lee 355 Huffstetler. Delvin S 302 Hufliam. William Lawrence 23 HuKSiiis, Hubert Sydney. Ill 23. 15ii Hufrhes. Joseph Percy 2:l(i Hushes. Paul Deane 1 Hi Husuelv. (ieoffrey Allen . 23 Huie. Litchfield Patterson 23 Hunnnel. Samuel Draper 13 ' .i Humpliries. W, O ' Neill 17ii Humphrey. H. R 1 " Humphry. T. R 40 Hunnicutt. John Ed vard 86. 23IJ Hunnicutt. Roger 393, 394 Hunnicutt, Thomas B 83 Hunsinger, Drew Charles 178 Hunt. H. Helen 375 Hunt. Robert Wayne 1411 Hunter. Bob 398 Hunter. Carolyn Paul 351 Hunter. Hal Manin •.u Hunter. Patricia Ann 155 ■ 8H Hunter. Ted L 351 Huntinston. Charles Riddel . 86,87. 236 263 Huntington. John Fredrick 236 Huntress. Judith Gay 54, 148, 236 Hurst. Elizabeth Morgan 199, 236 410 Hurt. Clyde Clayton 128 140 Hurt. Edith Folger 200 238 Hurt. Joe Paul 176 Hurt. William Stuart 24 Husbands. Cecilia Anne 236 285 Husein. Faiz A 236 Huske. Patricia Pemberton 195 236 Hus ein. Mohanied 375 Husse . Frances Perry 178 Hussman. Marilyn Clyde 176 197 Hutchison. Allie A . -2, 78, 122 237 Hutchinson. Fred Knox 178 Hutson. Don 405 Hutson, Richard Martin 140 Hyatt. Frances Louellen 24 Hyatt, Ronald Wesley 851 Hylton. Elmer Ernest 24 Hynes. James E 24 11 C Hunnraru Society 273 Igoe. Harold E 113 Imke. Christopher, III 140 Index 416 Inflnger. Lloyd L 78,107,140,156 Ingle. Clyde Reid 237 Ingle. John R 357. 359 Ingram. Larry James 24 Ingram. Ralph Pearson 29» Ingram. Roy L. 3S Innian. Franklin Pope. Jr. 84.237 Innian. Samuel Maurice. Jr. 24 Inscoe. Jimmy Turner 24 Interfraternity Council 78 Intruinuruls 406 Irvin. Emory Wayne 367 Irvin. J. Logan 369 Irvin. John Lafayette 386.368 Irvine. Donald Wilson 351 Irving. Donna Brooks 58, I7fi, 190 The CAROLINA INN WW em Hosts jor the Umvcrsity on All Oudsions JLJl Operating a Dining Room and The Carolina Inn Cafeteria INDEX (Contmued) Isaac. Joe Morrison Iselelf. Thomas Ruflin Isenhour. Thomas Lee Isley, Rex Moody Isom, Ruby . , Ivy, Andra H. Jackson. Byron Ray 237 Jackson. Curtis Riley , 176 Jackson. David H 140.151 Jackson. Don Ferrell ... 384 Jackson. Donald Lee 24 Jackson. Frederick William 24 Jackson. George Elia 351 Jackson. George W 140 Jackson. Harold Henry 176 Jackson. Margaret Lee 192, 237, 261 Jackson, Marylyn Dixie 176 Jackson, Rose Marie 237 Jackson, Warren Barnett, Jr 140 Jackson, William E„ Jr 148, 351 Jacobs, Donald M 148, 177 Jacobsen, Eric G 78, 108, 237 Jacobus, William Carroll, II 95, 177 James, .Mton Everette. Jr. 104. 177 James. Harvey William 355 James. James Franklin 237 James. Jeanne Stuart . 177 James, Kenneth Leroy 156, 177 James. Richard Shull 237 Jamison. Ralph 94 Jamison. ' ictor Graham. Jr. 237 Jamuar. B. P. 375 Jarman. Lawrence Wooten, Jr 24 Jarrell. James Xorfleet 177 Jarrell. Sanford James. Jr 85, 237 Jarrett. Charles L 302 Jarvis. .Andrew Preston 177 Jeffers. Sue 280 Jeffrey. Norris Boddie 24 Jeffries. Raymond L 34. 263 Jenkins. Clauston L. 83, 177 Jenkins, Elizabeth Coleman 195,237,342 Jenkins, John Epting 375 Jenks, Keithan Blanchard 302 Jennings. Edward Lewis 177 Jennings. Edward H 116. 237 Jernigan. Raymond Elbert 237 Jerome. Jean Gray 288 Jester. Bunky 407, 410 Jester, Eleanor Reeves 351 Jester. John Carlton. HI 89. 177 Jester. Rita Patricia 177. 189. 208 John. Joseph Robert 162. 177 Johns. Bebe 177 Johnson, . lbert Richard 140.268 Johnson. Betty Kaye 192, 208. 209. 237 Johnson. Bruce Cannon 356, 359 Johnson, Cecil 36 Johnson. Dan Rommie 237. 265 Johnson. David Eliot 140 Johnson. David Lee 177 Johnson. Dewey E. 365, 368 Johnson, Diana Ruth 42, 188, 190, 237 Johnson. Duane Clarence 358. 358 Johnson. Edgar Martin, Jr 177 Johnson. Edgar Russell 237 Johnson. Edward Patrick 24 John.son. Elizabeth lone 287, 290 Johnson, Ernest Lawrence, Jr 24 Johnson, Eugene Gerald 851 Johnson, Fred Burr, Jr 24, 98 Johnson, Guion Griffin 261 Johnson, Harold Clay 177 Johnson, Harold Weston, Jr, 90,237,268,269 Johnson, James B 365, 368 Johnson, James Franklin 96, 237 Johnson, John Lewis 24 430 CHAPEL HILL TIRE CO. • Complete Dial Service 9-2621 The New York Life Agent on Your Campus Is Good Man to Know GEORGE L. COXHEAD VNC 42 Campus Representative A Mutual Co. y v Founded 1845 (JVl UCJ MSW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Congratulations TO ANOTHER GRADUATING CLASS CAROLINA BARBER SHOP " Since 1903 " CONTINUOUS QUALITY DURHAM Coca-Cola Bottling Company Durham, N, C. COLLEGE SHU-FIXERY 173 East Franklin 431 for comfort and wear . . . at a price more tlian fair HANES unclei-wear for men and boys p. H. Hanes Knitting Co., Winston-Salem 1, N.C. • Canadian Mf r. : C. Tutnbull Ltd.. Gait, Ontario • Scandinavian : Aktiebolaget Melka. Goteborg. Sweden Australian : La Mode Industries, Pty. Ltd., Filzroy . New Zealand: Soma— President Textiles Ltd., Wellington INDEX (Continued) Jolmson, Johnny Richard 237,393,394,409 Johnson, Larry Douglas 140 Johnson. Larry Wilson 177 Johnson. Lillian A.shton 200, 291 John.son, Loran Armstrong a9. 237 Jolmson, Lula West 24 Johnson. Mary Frances 298 Johnson. Maurice Glen 351 Johnson. Patsy 286 Johnson. R, Lee, Jr 24 Johnson, Robert Lee 24 Johnson, Robert Lee 364 Johnson, Robert White 23 Johnson, Rosalind Toy 46,160,188,199, 211, 237 Johnson. Tanley (Irman 24 Johnson, 11 IK (ieorge, Jr. 140 Johnson. W ' illiuin Harrison, Jr 23m John.M.ii. William Howard 24 Johnsim, William Lewis, Jr. 299 Johnson. William Rhodes 50, 51, 238 Johnson. William T. K 177 Johnson. Willis Itav. Ill 24 Johnston, lie, mil, I Richard 375 Johnston. Frank .S., Jr 372 Johnston. Fr. ' ili-rirk Ross 177 Johnston, Hall Morrison. Jr 118, 177 Johnston, Reginald F 95 Joines, Elizabeth Vance 371 Jolly. Morton Gray 140,268 Jolly, Raymond Alonzo 355 Jolly, William Oscar. Ill 238.268 Jones. Carter Randolph 238.414 Jones, Charles Lee 24 Jones, Clairbonne S. 272 Jones. David . lexander 177. 415 Jones. David Noel 140 Jones. Elbert Richard. Jr 355 Jones. F. Burton 38 Jones, Franklin M 351 Jones, George A., Jr. 238 Jones, Herman 156 Jones. Jerry Godwin 24. 52 Jones. Jerry Lee 116. 238 Jones. Louise Judson 177 Jones. Malichi Crowder. Ill 299. 303 Jones. Marian 24 Jones. Morris A ATI Jones, Paula 177 Jones, Richard Putney 140 Jones, Richard Sloan, Jr. 3. 5 Jones. Sandra Marion 190. 238 Jones, Timothy L 238 Jones, William Warren 300, 3ii3, .•loii Jonsson. Sigurdur , 2!tti Jordan, Jim 206 Jordan, Thomas Hereford. 81. 1T7 Joseph. Ellis A 3-i.i Jossey, Lucy Carol 161. 165, 197, 209. 23h Joy. Jim 3s2 Joyce, Otis Pleasont, Jr 177 Joyner, Bertice Clifford 177 Joyner, James Meredith, Jr. 24 Joyner, Walton Kitchin 336 Jullai, Fred 3,si JUNIORS 166-1.M5 Justice, Barbara Ann 312 Justice, James Lee 238 Ju.stice. John Butler 24 K Kaden, Ingeborg Dorothy 177 Kalkhurst. Joe 396 Kanipe. John Thomas, Jr. . 24 Kannan, M, M 11 " Kannan. Phillip Morris I ' iis Kaplan, Morton 24 Kfrppft Alp Kl 92 Kniip,! iKltii 198 Kii I ' l ' ii Kpxilon 308 Kappa Kappa Gamma 200 Kappa I ' si 304 Kappa Siama 94 Kark, Sidney L. 373 Karp. Barry Arnold 177 Karp, Jerry 24. 121 Katzin, Alfred Julian 108,163,158,23. ' Kaufman, Louis Richard 375 Kaufman, Paul Donald 355 Kavlor, ,loan 202 Keating, Edwin 375 Kcik. Max Wilson . . .238 KiTk. Walter .Monroe .102,177 Keehnen, Gene Dicus 375 Keener, Evelyn O ' Neal 375 Keeney, Paul 140 Kegley, Barbara 286 Kehaves. Thomas Carl 24 Keith. Allene Coats 238 Keith. Marv Ann 188, 195, 238 Kfith. Preston Wvlie 24 Kellam. Diirothv Douglass 55,209,238,261 Kcllam. Lucius James 24 Kcllam. .Marv Frances 261 Kcllam. William 153 Kelly, David Lee, Jr 372 Kelly. Douglas Neal 107. 177 Kelly, E. J 73, 76, n2 116, 382. 403. 408. 4lin Kellv, Jackelvn Mae Kelly. Ronald ' Philip . Kelso, Gilbert L. elso, Joseph Kenneth Kenible, Elizabeth L. , Kemni, Ernst W. B. Kemp. Malcolm Drake Kemper, Donald 1, Richard Maxwell Kenan, Tom S. 81, endall. James E. endall. Leo Paul 140. Kendrick, Harold Dee Kennedy. Constance Marie Kennedy. John Lowry 299. Kennedy. K. Carroll S83. 367, Kenny, Ed i-Jisler. Ed 381, i-jit. Alire Linden cut. Hoscmarv M cnluiip. Richard C 99, ei)kiini: al. Chalerm filler, Kicliard Hal eplcy. Dick 389. erbaugh. ,lolin Thomas eriin. Ward Dix, III erinisch. ( " doria Rea err, James Lee John Hosea, III 263, Thomas Lewis esler, James Philip 299, •, Stephen Edward T, William Edward, Jr. Keys. Bennette Eugene Geer 76. 78. 79. 1 177, 399, Khin. Maung ■ loury, Hilda B. ley. James .Anthony Ilian, Harry William llian, Leonard Marion Ipatrick, Arthur Lawrence 177, Ipatrick, John William Ipatrick, Joshua Marshall mbrough, Emorv. Jr. mel. Jacob Daniel. Jr. 238. nnncl. Ronald .Melvin iicaiil. Hubhv J liccv. llcrlie ' rt F., Jr 113, 238. ng, liettie Joyce King. Evan Everington ng, Glenn Alden 302, ng, Harmon Joe, Jr 238, ng, J. Bruce, II ng, James Brown, Jr 150, ing, James Richard 432 ROBERT ROLLINS BLAZERS INCORPORATED 832 Broadway New York 3, N. Y. 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William Edwin 177 King, William Joseph 177 King, William 93, 239 Kingsley, Carolyn Diane 177, 202 Kink, Kathleen Boles 261 Kinney, George Gladstone 24 Kinney, James William 177 Kirby, Kenneth Alexander, Jr 24 Kirchberg. Roy William, Jr 371 Kirknian, A. Larkin - 239 Kirkman, Paul Madison 300, 303 Kirschner, Ham- Culbertson 239 Kiser, Jimmy Webb 354, 357, 359 Kittredge, Lee D. 177. 268 Kizziah, Micliael D 47, 177 Kline. Patricia A. 291 Klingberg, Frank W 150 Klingel. Marcia E 58, 177, 189 Klochak, Don 382, 387, 409 Kneeland, Robert Hayes 140 Knies. John Michael, Jr 24 Knight. John Allen 140 Knight. Kay 159 Knight. Kinclien Coffleld 365 Knott. Linda Rose 288 Knox. Anne Graham 192,239 Knox. Howard Alvin, Jr 355 Knox, Robert Joseph 114, 239 Knudtzon, Kermit F 362 Koenig, Paul Maimon 140 Koenigsberg, N. Leo 281, 351 Koes, Ronnie 382 Koestler, Sally Moore 239 Koonce, Charles Duffy 177 Koonce. Roger William 122, 140 Koonts, Ronald . lva 140 Koontz, Conley David 239 Koontz, Donald Ned 239 Kordalski, Ed 382 Kornfeld, Stanley David 108, 177 Kosma, Alex 24 Kouri, Moses Lawrence, Jr 370 Kramer. Morris Larry 108, 177 Krogh, Paul Harold Jennison 366 Krowptler. Donald W 151 Kunstmann. John G 38 Kuralt, Wallace Hamilton, Jr 110, 155, 177, 271 Kushner, Floyd Harold 109 L Lacey, John 382 Lacey, William Walter 140 Lackey, Dale Rea 371 Lacy, Enimett Howell, Jr 115,117,239 Lail, Graham Leroy, Jr. 122,140 Lamanna. Richard . nthony 351 Lamhdn Chi Alpha 96 Lambe, Koii.ihl Nelson 140 Lambeth. Jav Odell 140,268,271 Lamm, William Delay 110, 140 Lampron. . nthony Joseph 156, 177 Lampros, John Nicholas 140 Lance. Butch Frank 177 Land. Charles Franklin 140 Land. Roy Vernon. Jr 24 Landan. Lad 366 Lang. James G.. Jr. 239 Lane. Walter Ronald, Jr 24 Laney. Jerry .Arnold 24 Lang. Judith Davis 239 Lang, Melvin K.dward 239 Langdun William Cleveland 140 Langley. William Robert 298 Langston. Roger Neil 24 Lanham. Michael Stewart 43, 95, 177 Lanier, Edward S 35 LaXier, Gene R 24 Lank, Albert Joseph 24 Lanning, Lucinda Adelaide 351 Larese, York B 177, 389, 392 Larry, Funis Wayne 24 Larsh, John E 373 Larson, Verl A. 302, 304 Lashley, Curtis Ray 96, 372 Lashley. Jo Anne 291 Lasley. John Archie, Jr 69, 86, 239 Lassiter, Jacob Donnell 116, 239 Lassiter, Lucious Melvin, Jr 30u Lassiter. Martha Caroline 239 Lassiter. Richard Edward 24 Latham. Walter Bryan 78, 116, 177 Latham, William Carson 870 Laton, Joseph F 364 Laughiin, Dane 406 Laughrun, James Everett 178 Laughrun, Tommie Lou 178 LAW SCHOOL 353-359 Law. Robert Bowden 239 Lawine, Daniel Philmon 370 La wing, Eugene Morris 178 Lawing, Jackie Lee 83, 178 Lawing, Kenneth Lee 302, 306 Lawrence, Carey Lee 178 Lawrence , Eugene W., Jr 364 Lawrence, James Leon 24 Laws, John, Jr 24 Laws. Sandra Pauline 312 Lawson. Thomas Towles 113, , 17M Lay. Sie Fo 375 Layden. Joseph Calvin, Jr. 239 Layer, Howard Paul 239 Layne. Jennie Blow 239 Layton. Bill 363 Layton. Garrett Sipple 239 Lazarus. Charles Lawrence 299, 304 Lazarus. Jacob 239 Lazarus, John Michael 52, 53, 297, 302, 303. 304 Lea. Diana Cooke 192, 289 17.S Leary. Thomas Edison 367 Leder. Arnold Harris 108, 178 Ledgett. Sandra D . 24 Lee. Daisy Katherine 288 Lee. Diana 287 Lee. Grace C. S ' il Lee. Maurice W 37 Lee. Maxine Lorraine 178, 195 Lee. Robert Walker 239 Leeson. . nna Mae 375 Leffingwell. Celeste 288 Leffler. David Lee 95, 178 Lefkowitz, Louis H. Leiler. Hugh Talmage, Jr. Lefler. Wade Hamilton. Jr. 47. 93. Leftwich. Stanley Grant LeCirand Andrew Clark LeGrande. Nancy Lee LeGwin. James Dewitt Lehmann. Charles Lehr. R. F. Leimone, John Edward . Lenharf lt. Benjamin Franklin, Jr, , Leonard. Evelyn Ruth Leonard, Robert McDougal Leonard. Robert Patrick. Jr. LeRoy. Edward Carwile Leslie. Ricky S. Lessel. Richard Lee Letellier. Silas Wike Levin. Lawrence Lee . Leviner. Jimmie Edward Levy. Benjamin Jack 124. 125. Levy. Ed 45, 57, 58, 78, Lewis, Barbara Ann 165, Lewis. Cynthia Katherine Lewis. Donald Duffy Lewis. Eloise Lewis. Fred D., Jr, Lewis, Howard Massey Lewis, Jacob Basco ' Lewis, John B., Jr Lewis. Linda Ann Lewis. Robert Glenn Lewis. Sally Lewis. Wade Hampton Lewis. William Wooten Lichtefeld. E. .Merle Liebscher. Gerhard F Lightner. Melvin Dale Liipfert. Cowles 178. 213 124. 150 208. 240 240 240 375 140. 266 III Liles. John Robin Liles. John Wall. Jr. Lilly. Susan Jean Liman. Peter C Lindberg. Ruth Lindehl. Roy L. Lindley. Lester O ' Neil Lindsay. Jack R. Lindsay. John Robert Lindsey. Gordon Hunter Lindsey. Robert Leland Lineberger. Jack Lineberger. Luther Truett Lineberger, Mary .Martha Louisi Lineberry. James William, Jr. Lineweaver, Robert Wellford Lingo. Wilbur G Linker. Louis Edgar Linker. Robert Polk Linville. Dorothy Ann Lipe. John Frank. II Lippard. Phillip Ray Lipscomb. Claudia Earle Little. Douglas Kearns Little. James Franklin Little. James Thomas. Jr. Little. Llovd Harry Little. Scottie Hanna Litton. Lillian Jodav Llewellyn, James Dhue LleweMvn. Robert C Locke. W. D I Lockett. Frank Walker Lodhi. Muhammad Azhar AH Khan Loescher. F. William Loflin. Samuel Wayne Loftin. Carol Wainwright Loftin. Dalton H. 354, Logan. Phillip H. Loggia. Thomas M Logsdon. Linda Beth Lohr. Jacob . ndrew Lohr. Lawrence Luther, Jr. Lohr, Lloyd Dermot 402, 403, 40 4 ll!l. 2 1 " 356, 358 3.S2 104, 178 351 140 24. 117 300, 308 . . ,178 24 355 355 357, 3.i8 357, 358 240, 203, 388, 389, 392 Lomax, John William 117, 240 London, Frank Michael 140, 405 Long. Allison 362 Long. Elizabeth Ann 288 Long. Elizabeth Jane 375 Long. James .Monroe 46. 86, 240, 382 Long, Jerry . lexander 117, 240 Long, Mary Wilson 202, 240, 414 Long, Patricia . nne 289 Long, Thomas Veach, II 50, 240 Long. William Brenisen 178 Long, William Ray 357 Longanecker. April Lee , , , , 288 Longenecker. Franklin Roland, III 104, 140 Lookabill, Gene 400 Lopez. Ilia V. , , 375 Lopez. Jose Manuel , its Lopez-Vera. Olaguibeet A. 140 Lopp. William Filmore 24 Lorbacher. Johnnie Alvin 24 Lore. Charles Eli 371 Losick. Robert Neil , . , 24 Lotz. Daniel Milton Lotz. Denton Loughlin. David Loughran. Joseph Henry 86. Love. Betty Juanita Love. Linda Leigh Lovett. Joseph Lowder. Dwayne Lowder. Robert Estus 240. : Lowder. Stephen Carlton Lowe. Carroll Douglas Lowe. Jeffrey Raphael Lowe. Lester Vincent. Jr. 86. : Lowe. Nelson . , ; Lowery. Alvin Lewis 178. : Lowrev. Francis William Loy. William Riley Lucas. Ann E. 178,1 Lucas. Roy Lee : Lucas. Tracy George. Jr. Lucas. Charles Luck. Clyde Walton Luck. Jean Magill 357. ; Luesing. William Henry. Jr, .78,88,89,; Luke, Daniel Rawls : Lukens, Deborah Sloan 189. : Lupton. Clarence Edward Lupton. Harvey .Arthur. Jr Lutheran Student Association : Lutz. Howard Robert 297. 300. ; Luxon. Norv ' al N Lyda. Larry Leroy Lyday. Leon Faidherbee, III Lynch. Richard Smith Lynch. William Grant 1 Lynn. Joyce Lynn : Lynn. Olin Nick. Jr. Lynn. Robert Lee 113. : Lyon. Betty Carroll ; Lyon. Boyce Marion : Lyon. Daphne Sheets 200, 241, i Lvon. Harllee Wingate i Lyon. John Dailey 119. i Lytle. William P 178. 1 M .Mc. dams. Delmar Warren .Mc. lister. Howard Grady .Mc. lli.ster. J. Gray, III .Mc. lli.ster, Janet Goodwin 24, McArthur, Ronald Edward McCabe, Gracia .McCaflity, Darwin William McCain, Kenneth Franklin McCain, Robert .Maxwell, Jr. McCall. Fred B .McCall. Robert .Murray .McCarter. William Ronald .McCarthy. Jactjueline 261. .McCaskill. Pauline .McChesney. Don Ramon McClister. A . lcClure. Katherine Louise McColl. David Kenneth. U 72, 83, McColl, James Carroll 88. McCollum, Robert LeVan McCollum. Tim Gordon .McConnell. John Daniel. Jr McConnell. John .M McCormack. John Newton .McCormack. Robert C .McCcirmick. Edward Harrington .Mct ' orniick. Mary Keady .McCotter. Susjin Muse .McCoy. Dennis P ' rederick 117, McCoy, Larry Thomas, Jr. McCoy. Timothy Columbus McCracken, Frank Webb. Ill 178. .McCrory. Sally Rich 300. 303. 31)0 McCl . UCv listii ail Lorraine , , I. Phyllis Jean I, William Thomas John G.. Jr Larry Phillips McC ullough. William Henry 35 McCurry. Richard Nelson .McCurrj ' . Thomas Dennis . , McDanel. Brinley Kent , .McDaniel. James Odis. Jr. McDaniel. Jerry McDevitt, Sterling George McDonald. Chauncey Maurice 434 INDEX (Continued) MfDou.ilii. Kiit ' ene James 300 McDc.ii.iM. Francis Dudley, Jr. 25 MuDim;il.i. James Charles 375 Mc-Duiial.i. l.anny Walter 140 McDonalil, I ' liebe Pettingill 300, 303, 308 McDowell. Eugene E. 140 McDowell. Robert H 25 McElrath, James Devoe , 375 McElroy. James Lawrence, Jr 357 McElroy, Pender Roberts 25 McFadyen, Donald Wayne 140, 156 McFall, W. T 362 McGaha, Leonard Edward 241 McGavran, Edward G. 36. 373 McGavran, Kay 209 McGee, James William 113 McGee, John Divine 178 McGee. Louise Elizabeth 178, 200 McGee, Zell Allison 371 McGinley. Jack 393 McGirt, Charles Holbert 35.i McGirt, Claude P., Ill 178 McGraw, David James 102.241 McGraw, Guy Michael 102, 140 McGregor. James Tillman, Jr 25 McGuire. Franl; J, 388, 389. 392 McGuire. Roger Kilby 241 McGurk, Helen Mallary 241 Mclnnis. Henry Leon 241 Mcintosh. James Nathan 23, 161 Mcintosh, Joseph William 375 Mclntyre. eal Duncan 241 McKee, John Sas.ser. Ill 126, 128. 241, 40(1, 409 McKee, Raymond Andrew 366 McKeel. John Ashley 25 McKenzie, Timothy Paul 140 McKeown, Frank J. 336, S38 McKeown, James Joseph 373 McKinlev, Richard S 25 McKinnon. Patsy W. 241, 280 McKnight, Edward Wiley, Jr 241 McLamb, Polly Anne 190, 241 McLarty. George Collins 299 McLaughlin, Ellen W. 351 McLean. James Melvin 357. 339 McLean. John Marshall 370 McLean. Malcolm Hector 81.178 McLees, James Kitner 36S McLendon. Margaret 373 McLeod. Donald Virgil 25 McLeod. Isabelle - 2iH McLeod, Joe ITH McLeod, Malcolm X. 178 McLester, Frances Marlene 178 McLester, William Dumas 241, 265. 270 McMahan. Elizabeth 373 McMillan. James Leroy. Jr. 178 McMillan, John Taylor 178 McMillan, Roscoe Drake 25 McMillan, William Hannon 178 McMillion, Donald C. 89, 178 McMurray, Paul Carlton 357. 359 McNair, James Alexander 140 McNair. William Harsey 355 McNaull, James Xeal 25 McNaull, William Dresser, Jr. 242 McNeely. Richard Pope 242 McNeill, Eleanor Sinclair 299 McNeill, George Vernon, Jr 140 McNeill. James Ronald 178 McNeill. Jnlm Parker 302, 304 McNeill, Justin. Ill 140 McPherson, D, A 369 McPherson, Henry Clay 242 McRae, James Patterson 140 McRee, Robert Wade. Jr 365. 368 McRorie. Elizabeth Ann 178 McRorie, William Edward 25 McSwain, Franklin Lee 25 McSwain. Thomas Cary 25 Mack. Charles Randall 25 Mack. Clara Mackenzie 202, 209 Maekay. John Harold 242 Mackay, Noel Cotterman 367 Maekey, Alfred Burton, Jr. 242 .Mackie. Edgar Berry 107 Mackie. Ernest Lloyd 36, 264 MacKinnon, C, Frances 373 Mackorell, James T. 178 MacLean, William Jerry 140 MacLeod, Alyce Anne 190, 242, 280 Macon, Ernest Michael, Jr 140, 156 MacRae, James Cameron 355 Macy, Jacques Berr 17S Maddoek, Margaret Kemp 17S Maddrey, Thomas Parker 242 Maddux. Ma.son Randolph, Jr. 122. 123. 242 Magill, Samuel H, 34 Magnuson, Karen Margaret . . , 287, 289 Mahler, Harold C. 359 Mahler, Sarah White 292 Makepeace, Dick 309 Maki, Marilyn Carol 288 Malcolm. James Blair 104, 242 Maley, Virginia Hamilton 375 Mallon, Michael Tyrone 25 Mallory, William Mason 66, 178 Malone, Robert Bailes 25 Manasse, George Henry 140 Mancy. Klialil Hosny 315 Mangual. Robert Manuel 23 Mann. Harold Lind.sey, Jr. I40 Mann. Larry Moses 23 Manning, Daniel Alston 25 Manning, Edward .Martin 19, 25. 120 Manning. Henry Stancill 93, 178 Mansfield. Clarence Franklin 23 Manuel, Carolyn Spach 288 Manuel, Orion Wendell 23 Marbry, Donald Lee 364 Marcus, David Allen 140 Maree, Benjamin Leslie 23 Maree. Franklin Kenyon 25 Margolis, Herman Albert 242, 203 Mark, John LeRoy 25 .Markel, Ron 393 Markell, Marilyn Jane 140 -Markham. Allan Whitlock 355 Markham. C. C. 272 Markham, Robert Wade 50, 242, 270 Markham, Thomas Lowell 140 Marks, Peter Anthony 266 Marks, Thomas Stanley 86, 178 Marley, .Alfred Ray, Jr, 81,178 Marriott, John Daughto ' 370 Marshbanks, Marion Jackson ... 23 Marshburn, Donald Robert 140, 156 Mar.ston. Sara Virginia 178 Martin, Ann 193 Martin, Benny W 362 Martin. Daniel Walker 25 Martin. Eleanor Jane 179 Martin, Frank Edwin 104, 17ii Martin, George T„ Jr. 179 Martin, Jan Bailey 130. 242 Martin, John Marvin 23 Martin, John Wayne 367, 36s .Martin, Lucy N, 373 -Martin, Marion Lee 141 Martin. Robbie Cecile 197. 242 Martin. Sara .Anne 242 .Martin. Sophie Myers 179,188,200,208.209 Marx. Linda Jean 242. 410 Mason. Charles Clarence 179 Mason. D. Marie 312 Mason, John Beard 179, 279 Mason. Morris 382 Mason, Richard Haywood. Jr. 126. 140 Ma sa:rcf. Biiyil Broadway. Jr. 357, 339 Ma M ' N . Hrinvcli i Eugene 1411, 3s2 . Charles Knox, Jr, 126, 242 Mas cv. . liltuii Vines 179 Ma io, Thomas Clement 1411 .Masterson, Ralpli A, 373 Matlieson, Carl Lafayette 119, 242 Mathe.son. Everett Neil 140. 131 Mathews. Robert Simon 116. 242 Mathis, Jack Skinner 25 Mathis. Sybil Neat 179 Matney, John Lee 141 Mattheis, Floyd Elliott 351 Matthews. Cary Irwin 25 -Matthews, David 148,179 Matthews, Phillip Ray 141 .Matthews. Robert Graham 179, 206, 268, 270 Matthews. Wilbur Pullen. Jr. 371 Mauldin. Bob R. 78, 84, 85, 242 Mauldin, Joel Lee 367, 368 Mauldin, Philip Baxter 85, 242 Maultsby, William DeVane 366, 368 Mauney, Darid Hunter. Ill 141 -Mauney. Emily 303 Mauney. Fleming 141 Mauney. Walter Ford 179 -Maus. Lewis .McKinney 365. 368 Maus. Paul. Jr. 364 Maxwell. Eddy Lee 242 -May, Benjamin Victor 113, 179 •May, Betsy 209 May. Emanuel. Ill 25 May. George W. 242 May. Gerald Franklin 299 May. Louis Garris 62. 141 Mayberry. Roland Leroy 364 Mayilanis, Peter Nicholas 355 Maydonis, George Andrew . 242 -Mnytiehl, -Alec Andrew 25 Mayflekl, Peter Nelson 352 -MayHeld. Robert Thomas 23 -Maynard, -Amanda Jane 352 Maynard, Edward Lewis 179 Mayo, George E., Ill 363, 364 Mayo, John Blount, Jr 151. 179 Mazzei. Joseph Raymond 25, 191 MBA Club 281 Means. Robert Ellison 85. 141 Medford. William Lawrence 25 MEDICINE. SCHOOL OF 369-372 Medlin. Joe N. 23 -Meek. Charles Fredric 85. 141 Meekangwal. Sakol 373 Meekins. Frederick Chapin 351. 357. 359 Meeks, Bobbie -Artis 54, 312 Meelan, Richard Carl 242 Meginnis, Glenna Colleen . . 162. 243 Mehl, Bill 405 Mehl, Henry Thomas 50, 51, 179 -Meier. Jacguelin Pritchard 179 Meikle. Joseph Robert Hanson 25 Meitzler. Barbara -Ann 179, 199. 332 Melton, Jane Gayle 179 -Melton. Bill 103 Meltsner. Charles Philip 124. 141 Melvin. .Andrew Shaw, Jr. 25 Melvin. John Shields 23 Memory. Jap 50 Mendelsohn. Joseph Sidney 121. Ml Mendenhall. Edward Emerson. Ill 86.179 Mendenhall. Edwin Gray 25 Mendes. Dolly 375 Menke, George 102 Mf7i:i Glev Club 158 Mens Uonnr Cniiucil .;:;■.; 47 Men ' s Intrrildrmitriry Council 50 Mercer. Christopher Melchor 243, 396 Merchant, Norma Lynn 200, 287, 289 Merrick, Richard Bennett 141 Merrick, Susan Elizabeth 292 Merriman. William Watkins 126. 141 Merritt. Susan Rae 25, 345 Merry. Finley Henderson 113,141 Merry. Frances Robinson 195,208,243 .Merzbacher. Eugen 150 Metcalf. Clifton Blake 76, 243 Metier. Mary Moss 375 Metten. William Murray. Jr 25 Mew born. Faye McNeill 292 Mewborn. Laura Darlene 289 -Mewshaw. Samuel Gwyn 25 Meyer. Simon Julius 25 Michael. Jerry 243 Miciiaux, Roy Hernan. Jr .25 Midgette. Patrick Wilson 141 Midyette, Lelia Buxton 289 Mikeal. Bernice Stanley 179 Mikail. Wadie Faltas 352 M,!am. Joseph. Jr 141 Milan. Nancy Macys 352 Miles. Barbara Faye 261, 292 Miley. Jesse James. Jr 302 MILITARV 65-76 .Mil!en. Don W. 46.52,78.98,99,160,243 .Mil ' er. -Alfred James 25, 156 Miller. Andy 213 -Miller. Aubrey Phillip 243 -Miller. Carolyn May 179. 280 Miller. Crosen Burns, Jr 93 -Miller. Don Gilbert 25 Miller. Edward James 370 Mi ' ler. Elizabeth Frances 199, 243 Miller, Eula 286 Miller, Fred Cecil 367 Miller, Gerald Wayne 243, 280 -Miller, Hal Macon 52.95.179 Miller. Herbert Pinkney, III 141 Miller. Hugh Max 352 Miller, Iva 25 -Miller, James H 117, 141 Miller. James Monroe 300, 303, 306 -Miller. James William 25 Miller. John Montgomery, Jr 25 Miller, Joseph Claude 141 Miller, Joseph Larry 300, 306 Miller, Lawrence Gregg 179, 271 Miller. Nancy Looise 199. 243 Miller. Nick John 357. 358 Miller. Ranne Johnson 141 Miller. Rea Franklin, Jr 179 Miller, Ronald Fredrick 25 Miller, Roy Wayne 371 Miller. Stephen Gary 25 Miller. Tommy Carl 179 Miller, William Claughton 141 Miller, William H 141 Miller. M ' illiam Stacy 371 Miller. Wowlrow. Jr. 25 Millican. CJeorge Ronald 2f Millican. James M 141 -Millican, James Tex 243 Mills, Frank Fetzer 95, 355 Mills, Howard 102 Mill.s, Josephine Anne 179 Mills, Ruth Jo-Ann 289 Milstead, William Barksdale 25 Milsted, Carl Stephen 357, 358 Mincey. David L. 179 Minionis. Roger 352 Minnich. Gail 195. 243 Minter. John D., Jr 158.163. 165. 179 Mitchell. Edward Lee 372 Mitchell. John Lee 62. 99. 141, 210. 401 Mitchell. John Wesley, Jr, 371 . litcliell, l-illiaji Merle 179 -Mitchell. -Martin Fuller 23 Mitchell. -Merritt Kellogg 179 Mitchell, Patricia S. 367 Mitchell, Russell Gray 302.304 Mitwally. Has,san Hassan 375 Mixon. Charles M. 25 Mixon. Henry Walton. Ill 25 Mixon. Ruth Thorson 141 Moak. Charles Estill 375 Mobley. Howard Reid, Jr. 364 Modrow. Peter .Albert 141 Moe. Doug 389. 391 Moech. Germana 352 Molleson. Ann 286 Monahon. Joseph James, III 179 Monell. William 25 Monga, Jagjit Singh 281. 352 Monk, Joyce Patricia 293 Monogram Club 408 Monroe, Charles Ray 243 Monroe. John Lauchlin 370 Monroe, John Stewart. Jr 179 Monroe. William Murchison 179 Monteith, Phillip Ehvood 243 .Montgomery. David W 297. 302. 304 Montgomery. Edward Davidson. Jr. 107. 141 Montgomery, Leslie Grayson 243 435 INDEX (Continued) Montgomery. Man ' Eleanor 49, 243 Mooflj-. James E 17S Moody, Lesly Lynn 243 Moody, Lydia Ann 261 Moon, Hewitt Edward 36,5 Moore, Beverly Gordon 28H Moore, Clifton Leonard 3.t. ' » Moore, Dan K, 25 Moore, Daniel Hight 141 Moore, Don Reginald 122. 24.S .Moore, Edward Earl 78, 116, 243 Moore, Evelyn Hanes 243 Moore. Franklin D. R. 25 Moore, James Edgar 116,243 Moore, Jane Elizabeth 19.5. 243 Moore. Jolin Elli.son Moore. Kendree Virginia 2«k Moore. Linda Carol 1T9 Moore. Lloyd Pleas - ' ■ .Moore. Lofton Samuel -■ ' ' Moore. Marjorie R. 179 Moore. N ' ed Aaron 25 .Moore, Paul Milton. Jr. .172 Moore. Theodore Carlton. Jr. 7ii. 179 Moore. William E. 4li Moore. William James 2i:i Moon-, William John 243 liKisf. William Whitaker. . . 3. son. .■!o:i. ;)in MORALE ORGANIZATIONS 411-41.-. .Morelv. Bob 14m Morgan. Albert St. C. 3.5. ' . Morgan. Ann LaRue 29(1 .Morgan. Benjamin Arthur. Ill .78.119.179 Morgan, Elford H 3,5.i Morgan. Elwood Ernest 371 .Morgan, George Lafayette. Ill 122,179 .Morgan, James Patrick 2.5 Morgan. Jerry .50. .51 Morgan. Maria Collins 25 Morgan. Martha Merle 169. 179 Morri Morri Morri .Morri Morri Morri .Morri Morri Morri Morri .Morgan. Mary Muse Morgan. Melzer Adron, Jr. Morgan. William Chapin .Morgan. William Kenneth Morgan. William W. Abbott Green. Jr. .Augustus Reynolds Clara Dean David George John Watson Kenny Jordan Rebecca Dare Robert Edwin Tom . lIison Warren Morris. William White .Morrison. Don Franklin Morrison. Robert Lee Morrison. Sarah Forrest Iorrison. Virgil McKee Morrow. Frances Ann Mi.rrow. Richard Thomas .Morrow. Sallv Ann Morse. William Temple Morton. Bruce Floyd Morton. James Riley - . - , Morton. William Irving .Moseley. George Edward Moser. . rtus .Monroe. Jr. Moser. Galen Gartner Moser. Rick Darrell Mosher. John Francis Moss. .Arthur Laverne. Jr. Philip Victor Mosteller. Mary Susanne .Mottinger. Walter T.. Ill Mouzon. Olin T. .Move. David Brooks Mueller. Fred Iuirhead. Sue . nn Mullen. Neil Clayton Muller. John Lawrence. Jr. 179. 266. 3S2 Mulligan. Linda Ann 289 Mullinix. Barbara Benson 244 Mulvey. Jane Bolton 292 Munday. Fredericka Louise 179,189 Mundy. Kenneth Smith 25 -Murohison. Lyndon Conway 244 Murphy. Donald Lee 61, 244, 279 -Murphy, Frank Hughes 25 Murphy, George R 25 Murphy, James .Mbert 25 Murphy, John C. 357. 359, 406 Murphy, Kenneth Raymond . 141, 1.51 .Murphv. Xeil Francis ltl.2(3s Murphy. Robert Field 141 Murphy. William S. 244 Murr. David Lafayette 25 Murray. Douglas P. 117. 141 Murray. Edgar M. 337 Murray. Robert Crocker 93. 179 Murrell. Harrv Thomas. Jr. 25. 297 Murtliv. Vrudiiula Krishna 215. 352 Mustard. Harrv Stoll. HI 25 Mustian, . lvin Delbridge 116.244 Myatt. George Pinckney loo Myers. Carol Ann 332 .Myers, Carolyn Madden 244 Myers, David Worth 179 Myers, Harold Gordon 179 Mvers, Jerry Albert 141 Myers, William Allen 25 Myse. Robert Newell m6. 179 N Nakaniura. Charles M. 179 Nantz, Glenn 365 Nash, Brent Drane 126, 244, 396, 397 Nash, Philip Barnes 119, 141 Nash, Shepard D. 364 Xational Science Foundation 272 Xational Student Association 58 Nead. Dick 382 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 59 " The Dairy Store " 431 West Franklin Street ifiJ H HK ( (M ttri(f ' pteaA Vf ' ' VeiOuf P-iaduct CHAPEL HILL — Telephone 9414 INDEX (Continued) Neal. David Ellison 302, 304 Neal. John 23 Neal. Larrv Kent 23 Nebel. William Arthur :)7(i Neely. Thomas William. Jr. 23 Neerman. Stanford 23 Nefr. Harry Robert 332 .Neller. Arthur A.. Jr. 83.214 Nelnis. Donald Kenneth 179 Nelms, Robert Lewis 23 Nelson. Cora Louise 2ti5 Nelson. George Rodney 25 Nelson, Milton Wade 25, 406 Nelson, R, M. 362 Nelson. William Lee 357. 359 Ness. Kenneth A. 39 Ness. Peter 16o Nester. Jerrj ' 393 Neville. Frank Everett 244 Neville. CJraham Riley 244. 279 Newberry. David Craig 141 Xeunwn Club 212 Newman. Frances McNeil 197.208.209,241 Newman, Michael Stanford 244 Newsom. Jane Elizabeth 179. 339 Newsome, Albert Ray - 371 Newsome. Charles Benjamin 244. 279 Newsome. Robert James, Jr 141 Newsome, William Grayson, Jr 179 Newton, Anne Broks Iho Newton. Bobby Lawrence 95. 356 Newton. Eldon Sharpe 141 Newton. Jackson Robbins 25 Newton. Jimmie 1 141 Newton, Mary Frances 244 Newton. Robert Sasser. Jr. 244 Newton, Virginia P. 376 Nicholas. Donald William 141 Nicholas. Richard Henry 141 Nicholas, Thomas Docton, Jr 141 Nichols, . nne ikii. 2112 Nichols. Barbara Ellen 1h(i Nichols. Carol Townsend 190. 244 Nichols. Ermon Hagood 214 Niilicils. Graham Ernest. Jr. 141 Nichols, Richard Lee 99. 141 Nichols. William Randolph 245. 2hu Nicholson. Elizabeth Carr 292 Nicholson. Sarah Jane 245 Nifong. Carolyn Levone 287. 289 Nifong. Paul Douglas 367 Ningsanonda. Pirote 376 Nisbet, Charles Richard S3. 245 Noble. Ejnily Diana Imo Nobles. Robert Delmer 25 Noblin. Roland Earl. Jr. 25 Noe. Robert Spilman. Jr. 141 Noel. George Thompson. HI 25 Noel. Robert Fredric 371 Noell. Charlotte Blynn 352 Noell. Sidney Thomas. Jr. I80 Nofsinger. Collins Dennv. Jr. 365 Noland. Edward William 39 Noll. Barry Alan 180 Norman. Paul Wesley 141 Norris. Ira Kenneth 141 Norris. Jane 286 Norris. Thomas Lloyd. Jr 356 Northcutt. Charles W. Northcutt. Travis J.. Jr. 376 Norton. .Ann Howard ISO Norton, James Lee, Jr. 26 Norton. L. C. 40, 76 Norton, Lafayette Ferguson 99, 141 Norton, William Iverson 26 Norungolo, . ntlionv James 245, 279 Norville. Annie Sue 293 Norville. Russell Manley 141 Norwood. Haywood Vernon. Jr. 141 Nowell. William Milton 356. 358 Noyes. James H 119, 180 NROTC 71 O Oakley. Clete 4112 Oakley. Kenneth Holmes. Jr. 366. 36k Oakley. Sidney Ray Isn Oakley. Thomas Crowell 26 Oast. .Margaret Lockhart 1,8(1. 197 O ' Bannon. John Norris. Jr. 26 Oberlies. Betty S. 376 DBriant. Charles Rex 371 O ' Briant. Gordon Lee. Jr 300. 304 O ' Connor. James Thomas 180 Odom. E(isel Monroe 26 Oglesbv. Eari Randolph. Jr. 352 Ogletree. Charles William 26 OHara. Barry Edward 26 O ' Hara. James Donald Michael, V 245 O ' Keefe, Edward Franklin 245 Oldenburg, Ronald T 355 Oldham, Carson 395 Oldham, George Roberts 26 Olds, Gloria Lea 289 Olive, Richard Langdon 78. 86. 141 Oliver. Donald Wavne 245 Olivci, Martha Elizabeth 292 Oliver. 354 Oliver, oti Martin 81. 180 Olmsted. Marv MacNiel 189. 245 O ' Neal. Jolm Bryant 180. 403, 409 O ' Neal, Tho[nas M 355 Oppenheimer, Joe Loveman 26, 53, 125 (Irdir i,f the Gimohouls 131 (irrler i,f the (lulileii Fleece 260 Order tif the drriil 263 llrder of the Minintnurs 13(i order of the (lid Well 262 Ordway. Philip Martin 141 Orense. .Marcelo M. 352 Orientation Committee 55 436 INDEX (Continued) Orlin. David f)rr, Tliomas Kthvard Osborne, Melissa Blandie Osborne, Samuel Louis Ott, Robert William Ott, William .John O ' Tuel, Harold Outland. Edward B. Overcasli, Laura Elizabetli Overman, Thomas Lewis Overton, Richard Buxton, ,Ir Owen. Duncan Shaw, ,lr, Owen. Sara , nn Owen, Sue W, Owens, John Bruce Owens, Mark West, .Ir. Owens, William 1„ Oz, Tahsin Pace, Dudley Fredirick 2fi Packard, James A. 110 Packett, Lewis Stephen 26 Paden. Eugenia Cloud 190, 24, ' Paderick. Clifton Waldo 119, Iso Page. Barbara Ann 180. 19- Page. Craven B. 141 Page. George Douglas 26. 161 Page. Graham Allison 180 Page. Hubert Hodnett, Jr 26 Page. Jane Welch 29i, 302 Page. John Edward 2W Page. John Paschall . 141 Page. Nelson Franklin 141 Page. Patricia Ann 141. 197 Page. Robert James .1.56 Palmatier. Everett P. 39 Palmer. Ellen Gail 192, 24.i Palmer. Malcolm Franchot TS. 93 Palmer, William Fisher Palmer, William Lea Palmer. Vates Shuford Piinhellenir Cminrll Pannell. Martin C Papazisis. . ngeline E. Pappendick. Charles Thomas Paquette. Rudolph G. Park. Jane Elizabeth Park. Rov H.. Jr. Parke. Miriam Roots Parker. Cherry .M. 104, Parke Dein Parker, Eflie M, Parker, Eugene Whitlock Parker, Fred Pope, HI Parker, Gerald Keith Herman Richard, James Lee John Rainey. Jr. Parke Parke Parke Parke T.. Jr. Mary Giln Parker. Peggy June Parker. Robert .Andrew- Parker. Robert Greer Parker. Susan E Parker. Thomas Vernon Parker. William Franklin Parkerson. Elwood Martin Parkins. Cynthia Susan Parks. Dennis William Parks, Erastus Bennett, Hi Parks. Julia Elizabeth Parks, Man- LeGrand Parnell, Thomas Alfred Parramore, Ralph Edward Parrish. David Graham Parsell. Jern, ' Roger Partin. Donald Howard Partin. John Wayne Partin. Wilson Burton. Jr. 1.50. ISO, 270 376 293 Parton. Martha S. Paschal. Frederick Hubert Pass. Thomas Owen. Jr. Patel. Manibhal Sukhabhai Patrick. Bailey. Jr. Patrick. Donald Ray Patrick. James Thomas Patrick. Jeremiah Nolan Patseavouras. Louis L. Patterson. .Alfredia Joyce Patterson. Edward Richard Patterson. Forrest T. Patterson. Fredrick B. Patterson. Henry Newton. Jr. Patterson. Hugh Lester Patterson. Joy Patterson. Margaret Greene , Pattisall. Richard C. Pattishall. Franklin David Pattison. M. Joy Paturis. Emmanuel Michael Paxton. William Coalter, Jr Payne. Frank Mast. Jr. Payne. Jane .Marie Payne. John . gg Payne. Robert Benjamin Peabody. Edward Bruce. Jr. Peace. Samuel Thomas. Ill Peacock. Roy Merritt Peacock. Willie Gordon Peal. Carolyn Nell Pearce. Robert Jackson, Jr, Pearce, Samuel Worth Pearce. Virginia Elaine 14S. 202. ; Pearsall. Mack Braswell Pearson. Bruce Gilbert Pearson. Frances Carolyn Pearson. Jeanne Sheppard Pearson, Nancy Elizabeth Pearson, Patricia Ann Pearson, William S. Peck, Harvey 246, 46. 410, 414 89. 180 90, ISO (Ldae on askion J. B. ROBBINS of Chapel Hill INDEX (Continued) Peck. Richard Lentz 26 Peebles. Robert Graham, Jr 156, 180 Peedin. Ruth Raye 288 Peek. James Thomas 142 Peel, Je.5se R. 26 Peel. William Robert 357 Peele, Stanley 357 Peele. William Jenkins 246, 280 Pemberton. Charles Dudley 93. 180 Pemberton. Mary Ellen 290 Pemble, Richard . lden 142 Pendergraft. Norman K. 26 Pendergraft. Thomas Lloyd 180 Pendergraph. Gwen Gray 246 Pendergraph. Robert . dolphus 246, 277 Pendleton. Anne 246 Penegar. Kenneth Lawing 3S5 Pennell. Wayne Estel 26 Penny. James Forrest. Jr. Iso Peoples, Linwood Thomas S.ifi. 3.i9 Pepkins. Joe 50 Perdue. Jasper B is " Perez. Anibal Edgar 376 Perkins. Thomas Joseph. Ill 142. 4ni Perrini. Joseph John J. isn. 40.i Perry. H. Arnold 36 Perry. James O. Iso Perry. Mark Braswell 26 Pern ' . Nancy . nn 192. 246 Perry. Pamela iho Perry. Raymond Lowell 142 Perry. Robert Hastings 248 Pern ' . Thurston Ray 26 Perry. William C. 142 Perry. William Clifton, Jr 142 Person. Jerry Murphy 142 Peterson. Donald Vance 800, 304 Peterson. Gerald J 180 Petit. Edward LeRoy 364 Pettibone, John 151 Petty John N Jr . .246 Pfefferkorn. William Gottholdt , .83, 246 PHARNLACV. SCHOOL OF 295-309 Pharmacu Senate 303 Phelan. Rusty . 108 Phelps. Bryan Eugene 142 Plielps, Stephen Foster 102, 24fi Pliclp . William J 216 I ' lii Mi ' l ' i ' li ' Ifn 3.1S rill Hitii Kiipim 2fi» rlii Dritn Chi 306 Phi Delia Theta 9M Phi Eta Si ' imn 266 Phi Gamma Delta 100 Phi Kappa Sigma 102 Philanthropir Society , , , 1 4K Phillips. Earl Norfleet. Jr . . 26 Phillips, Elizabeth Jane ISO Phillips, Genevieve Irene 299 Phillips, George Lee 246 Phillips. James L 142 Phillips. Llewellyn 21! Phillips. Rov Thomas 119, IMll Phipps. Carl Spencer 370 Piantodosi. Claude 29li Pi Beta Phi 202 Pi Kappa Alpha 104 Pi Kappa Phi 106 Pi Lamhrla Phi lOH IMckard, Carl Glenn, Jr, 370 Pickens, Rupert Tarplev 26 Pickett, Harry McFall, III 26 Pierce, Catherine Lee 2SH, 289 Pierce, Eugene Stephen 26 Pierce, Herbert Franklin 357 Pierce. Joy Earp 261 Pierce. Robert James. Jr. 180 Pierczvnsk, John Bishop 180 Pietsch, Barbara Sheppard . 180 Piggott, Betty H 246 Pike, . lice Claire 246 Pike. Ellen Louise 298 Pike. John Sanders 362 Piland, Howard Malcolm 26 Pipkin. Ashmead Pringle 58, 83, 180 Pitonak. Irene 286 Pittleman. James Barry 26 Pittman. Charles W 99, 128, 180 I ' ittman. James Evans 78, 121. 246 Pittman, Malory Alfred. Jr 371 Pittman. William Bryan 355 Planer. Paul Morgan 26 Plaubill 164 Pleasants. Clifton Edward. Jr 26 Plunkett. Penelope Louise 180 Plvler. Wallace Hinton 93,128,180 Poindexter. Martha . nn 287, 292 Poirier. Jean Rene 371 Polak. Herman J 401 Polk. Mary Lindsay 180. 197 Polk. Robert Melton 26 Pollack. Lewis William 376 Pollard. Forrest Alfred. Jr. 26 Pollard. Ann 192 Pollitt. Daniel H 354 Pollock. David Bruce 142 Pollock. Franklin Deams 181 Pons. Alton 393, 394 Ponton. .Andrew Jackson 181 Poole. Charles Grey, III 79, 99, 181, 389 Poole. Charles Lee 181 Poole. John Terry 246 Poole. Walt 50,51 Poovey. James Nelson 142 Pope. Charlotte Ann 160,188,200,246,414 Pope. Howard Edison 142 Pope. William Henry 30, 9 3, 181 Poplin. Johnny Gaskin 246, 277 Porter. David Darlington 246 Porter. Richard Alan 372 Porter, Walter Travis 355 Porter, William M 42,75,181,415 437 WATTS RESTAURANT and MOTOR COURT SPECIALIZES IN STEAKS 2 Miles South of Chapel Hill on the Pittsboro Highway PHONE 9-5886 FOISTER ' S MERA STORE, K. Photographic Supplier for the Professional and Amateur Photographer CHAPEL HILL, N. C. Wherever You Go Whatever You Do Good books are as close as your nearest mailbox THE INTIMATE BOOKSHOP 205 E. Franklin Street " Every man to his business, but indeed the craft of a tailor is beyond all doubt as noble and as secret as any in the world. " PETE THE TAILOR 1351 2 E. Franklin Street Phone 9-2676 Chapel Hill, N. C. TOWN ana COUNTRY HOTELS HAYWOOD DUKE, President THE RING COnON • SEDGEFIELD INN Greensboro, North Carolina THE UNIVERSITY PRINTERY " HANK " HARRINGTON East Franklin Street Chapel Hill INDEX (Continued) Possate. Lucv Helen 209, 247 Post. Allen Williams. Jr 93 Poteat. Earmine Lee. Jr. 357, S.iS Potter. Emily Laurence 199. 247 Potter. James Daniel 247 Potter. Ralph Meredith «4. 247 Powell. Jane Lee 247, 280 Powell. Joseph Tiffany 3.52 Powell. Marv Alice 181 Powell. Rowland 26 Powell. Samuel Quiney, Jr 142 Praigg. Noble Todd 142 Pratali. Carol Winoa 181 Presley, Ralph Phillips 142 Pressley. James Sanford 142 Presson. Thomas Lemuel 26 Preston, James Y 81 Preston, Pat 881, 382 Prevost, William S 181 Price. Fred Avery. Jr 281, 3.52 Price, Glenn A. 355 Price, Jacqueline Edmisten 247 Price, Jerry Douglas 26 Price, Robert Edwin. Jr. 83. 247 Price, Sanford Scott 300 Priddy. Stewart Beauregard 26. 112 Pridgen. Edward N 363. 366. 368 Prince. Carolyn W 265 Pritchett. Hugh Raines 95. 247 Proctor. Barrett Bridger 165.197.247 Proctor. Jinimie Creech 247 Proctor. John Sherrill. Jr 181 Proctor. Kav Roderick 181 Proctor. Robert Allen 26 Proesclier. Richard Durwood 181 PROFESSIONALS 275-281 Profflt. William Robert 367. 368 Pruitt. Jack William 142 Pruitt. Ron 148, 151 Pruzan. Max 352 Psi Omeqa 368 PUBLIC HEALTH. SCHOOL OF . 373-378 PUBLICATIONS 157 PuhUcntions Board 158 Pugh, Donald Lacy 247. 277 Pugli, Edna Fave 62, 188. 190 PuUen, Sarah Elizabeth 181.338 Pulley. William Paul. Jr. 355 PuUiam. Mary Moore 288 Pulliam. Happy Hal 26 Pultz. Alan Laverne 86, 247 Pulver. Jeannette Cordelia 181 Purcell, Downey Carter 142 Purdv, Ronald Hughes 110,181,405 Purgason, Gerald Glenn 61, 247 Purkeson. Johnny Wesley 181 Purks. James Harris III 84. 247 Purrington. John Ward 26, 75 Purser. Miles Herbert 300.304 Pursley. Frances Roberts 376 Putnam. Jessie Van 299 Q Quackenbush. Robert Lesley 142. 401 Quails, Dixon Lee 367,368 Quast, Theodore Emmanuel 142 Queen. Anne Ellen 261 Quick, Paula Dean 181 Quick. Richard Earl 26 Quigg. Joe 389 Quinn. James Frank 26 Raab. Teddy Lee Rabb. Sylvia Annette Rabb. Walter Rabil. Michael James Raby. Claude L.. Jr. 109, 181. 403. 409 THE BANK OF CHAPEL HILL CHAPEL HILL GLEN LENNOX CARRBORO Collier Cobb, Jr. Chairman of Board W. E. Thompson _ Vice President Clyde Eubanks President John T. Wettach Assistant Cashier J. Temple Gobbel Executive Vice Pres. J. P. Jurney Manager of and Cashier Carrboro Branch Miss Thelma Harris Manager of Glen Lennox Branch Resources over $10,000,000 Member of F.D.I.C. INDEX (Continued) Racliesky. Phyllis 376 Rader. Judith Ann 26 Ragan. Robert A 142 Ragland. Joe Ray 151, 181 Ragland. John Thomas 53 Ragsdale. George Robinson 263 Ragsdale. Hugh Appleton, Jr. 89, 142 Rains, Wilson Hill 181 Rambeau. Rufus Daniel 247 Rand. Cecil Holmes 371 Rand. Patricia Ann 376 Rand. Tom Slade 8«, 247. 401 Rand. Walter. Ill 81, 181 Randall, John 43, 142 Randall. Robert Noble 356 Randolph. Mary Walker 286 Rankin. Alvin. Jr 181 Rankin. John Price. Jr 119,142 Rankin, William Alexander, Jr. 356 Rankin. Wilton 357 Ransdell. Sylvia Nan 181 Ranson. Dale 408. 404. 408 Raper. Julius Rowan, III 47, 150, 181, 206, 207 Rattay, Herbert Raymond 85, 247, 401 Raver, Milson Carroll. Jr 142 Ray, Alexander Graham 366, 368 Ray, Herman Edwin 181. 382 Ray. John Charles 86. ihi Ray. Loren Spurgeon 353 Ray. Margaret Ellen l«l Ray, William Thomas 356 Ray, William Turner IHl Ray-Chaudhuri, D. K. 332 Raymer. Peggy Ann ihi Raynor. Bruce Butler 142. 266 Read. James .Milton. Jr. 96. 247 Reams. George Lorraine 26 Reaves. Dorothy Bingham 299.308,410 Reaves. Hubert Douglas 86, 247 Reaves. Jim 382 Reaves. John William 265 Reaves. Leonard Erastus, III 371 Reavis, Charles Augustus 247 Redden, Alma Lou 181 Redding, Donald Sanborn 247. 882, 408. 409 Redding. Max Gerald . . 181 Redhead. Julia Harrell 80.181.197 Reed. Betty Thomas 181 Reed. Charles Baker 364 Reed. Elizabeth Ann 26 Reed. Fred H 26 Reed. John Henry 72, 247 Reed. Sandra Darling 54, 290 Reeder, Alton Alfred 370 Reeder. John Patrick 142 Reekes. Linwood Wayne 26 Rees. John Philip 26 Reese. Sarah Louise 288 Reeves. Mamie Louise 288 Regan. John Cabriel Breckenridge 26 Reid. Dave 46, 354 Reginie. Sandra Jane .289 Reid. Beverly Rippard 181 Reid. David Edward. Jr. 857, 358 Reid, Margaret Beatrice 181 Reid, Mary Eley 181 Reitzel, John Larston 26 RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS 205-215 Renger, Joan Helen 292 Renger, John Franck. Jr. 142, 382 Renneckar. F. Gillett 142 Rennick. Robert M. 352 Resch. Alan Dewey 156, 247, 268 Reveroy-Osio. Claudio 352 Reyner. Charles 108 Reynolds. Alice Eccles 376 Reynolds, James Coerr 247 Reynolds, James Woodrow, Jr 142 Reynolds, Jasper Andrew, Jr 93, 181 439 INDEX (Continued) Reynolds. Peter Lee , - Reynolds. Theodore Reaves Rhame. Jacqueline Rliee, Sei Young Rho Chi Rhoades, John Arlie, Jr. 69, Rhoades. Robert Willard Rhodes, Grover Frederick Rhodes, James LeRoy Rhodes, John Flint Rhodes, Judith Hope Rhodes, Mary Elizabeth Rhodes, Robert Maurice 76, 166, Rhodes, Susan Rebecca Rhvne. Fern Elizabeth Rhyne. Henry Henket, Jr 86. 248, Rhyne, Jimmie Lee Rhyne. Marx Miller 287. Rhvne. Richard Gaddy 156. Rice. Anita Gail 197. Rice. Jacqueline Marie Rice. Jim Rice. Peggy Ann Rice. William Rusell Rice, Wilma Ann Rich, Allene Rich, Alvis Marvin Richardson, Bobby Arthur Richardson, Bonnie Alice 200, 209, Richardson, Frank Larry Richardson, Helen Jean Richardson, John David Richardson. Martha Anne Richardson. William Macon Richardson. William P. Richman, Harold A. Ricks. George Edward . Ricks. Thomas Devere Riddick. Hubert McNaughton Riddle. Harry Lee Ridenhour. Henry Baxter 300, Ridgeway, Jane Elizabeth Ridgeway, Sharon Elaine 197, Ridout, Constance L Riedl, Paul Francis, Jr. Rigdon, Philip Douglas Riggs. Bobby Eugene Riggs, Frank Riggsbee, William Howard Rightsell, William Thomas, Jr. Riley, Milton Thomas, Jr. Rinehart, Denny Roberts Riner, Edward Neal 119,142. Rinzler. Dennis Charles 142 Ripperton. Lvman A 373 , 896 Riser, Susan Bailey 142 , 3.59 Ritch. Douglas Lamar 181 286 Rivera. Katharine Stone 248 26 Robbins, Edmond Garland 248 309 Robbins, Gordon Daniel 26 , 355 Roberson, Gary Ray 26 142 Roberson, Joe Baxter 366 26 Roberson, Robert Wilson 367, 368 26 Roberson. William Randall 248 3T0 Roberts. Clyde Gordon 142 181 Roberts. Eddie K. 181 248 Roberts. Franz Joseph 370 181 Roberts. Guv Harke 142 288 Roberts, Mary Blackmon 195.248 181 Roberts. Rosemary 163. 181 405 Roberts. Sandra Rush 290 376 Roberts. Surn ' Parker 26 292 Robertson. Elizabeth Ritchie 181 181 Robertson. Jack C 376 248 Robertson. Tate MacEwen 366 Robinson. Charles Franklin 364 382 Robinson, David Hawkins 248 293 Robinson, Harriette Ann 197, 248 142 Robinson, Hoyle Lynwood 355 288 Robinson, James Hendry 371 181 Robinson. Nan Temple 181.209 26 Robinson. Richard Hampton 248 371 Robinson, Richard Hill 42,43.104,263 248 Rocco, Richard 181 26 Rockel, Vincent Fred 248 181 Rodgers. Thomas Swain 248 181 Rodpotong. Chaon 376 261 Rodriguez. Felix Richard 26 26 Rodriguez. Humberto J. Bosco 26 369 Rodriguez. Rafael B 376 142 Roe, . rthur 88,272 26 Rogers, Benjamin Lee 142, 268 142 Rogers, Carroll Pickens, HI 142 26 Rogers, Claude Madison 181 26 Rogers. George Howard 142 306 Rogers. Hardine Winslow 364 352 Rogers, Julian Richard 368 248 Rogers. Perry Basil 376 181 Rogers. Robert Randolph 26 181 Rogers. Rollin Anthony 26 142 Rogers. Sulian 367 248 Rogers. Ted 104, 248 382 Rogers. Thomas Albert 248 26 Rogerson . John Edward 248 355 Rohlfs. Robert Charles 142 248 Rollons, Dexter Leake 116, 248 248 Rollins, John Avery 248, 265 163 Rolzinski. Leon J. 376 .187. 188. i 78. 126. 142, i Romero-Zayas, Neiza Romine, Jack Richard .... Root. Betty Irene If Roper. Eric Russell Roper. P ed Wilburn Rose. George William . Rose. Purcell Ezra. Jr. Rosenberg. Harry Michael Rosenblatt. James Ashley Rosenzweig, Donald Rosenzweig. Judy Rosenzweig. Efraim L Ross. Charles . Ibert Ross. Craig Alexander Ross. Martha Frances Ross. Robert A. Ross, Suzanne Ross, Thomas Wallace, Jr. Rosser. Joseph Milton .... Roth. Bill Roth. Robert Joel Rothschild. Ellen Rountree. Frances Ann . . . Rouse. James Bristal Rouse. Randall Rey Rowe, Colon H. 119. Rowe. Robert Finley 181. Rowe. Ronald D. Rowland. George Edward 119. Rowland. Wade Russell Rowlette, Mary . lice Royall. Richard Miles R oyster. Xancy .lane Rubenstein. David Maas Rucker. Adin Henry. Jr. Rucker. Jerry . lan 26. Rucker. Jimmie Irene 190. Rucker. Marj ' Lois Rucker, Roberta Rudy. John Forney. II 181. Ruffin. Burton Craige Ruffln. Peter Browne. Jr Rugheimer. John Harold Rule. Paul Frederick Runnion. Joseph David Rush. Lewis Odis 142. Rusher, John William. Jr. Rushforth. Barbara Jane Russ. Rub Marguerite Russell. Curtis R. 142. Russell. Elizabeth Gilland 54. Russell, Frances Mulling Russell, Frank Alton Russell, Harold Edward Russell, Paul. Jr. 182. 382. Records High Fidelity Equipment And Complete Stereo Supplies 207 East Franklin Street Chapel Hill, North Carolina Phone 5396 l j DILLION SUPPLY COMPANY Mill — Industrial and Contractors Supplies Plumbing and Heating Equipment Industrial and Home Water Systems Allis-Chalmers Fork Lift Trucks Silent Hoist Hydraulic Trucks Moto Electric Fork Trucks Mercury Electric Trucks General Suppliers For Educational Institutions Raleigh — Durham — Rocky Mount Goldsboro 440 HOWARD JOHNSON ' S ON THE DURHAM ROAD INDEX (Continued) Kussell. Kav Wilson Russell, Rufus Rufty Rust. Emily Irene Ryrler, James Arthur Sablston. Frank. Jr. Saboski, Thomas Paul Sadler. Noah W., Ill Saffo. Georg:e Vassilios, Jr. Sag:er. Robert St. Anthonil Hall Saintsing. Everette Thomas Saipes, Bill Salem, Albert McCall, Jr. . . Sales, Nancy Anne Salinger, Tony Salle, Judith Frances Sallev, Alfred N. Sally. Charles Hubert 110, 182, 40,5 . . .182, 393, • .76, 78, 102, 1 Sain Salz. Ha ah 389, 391, 392 M.ircia Wade . . Samsot, Katlileen Samuel, .Michael David . . Samuels. Walter Ray Sanders. Lewis Drexel Sanderson. Jesse Franklin. Sandidge. Virginia Ridley Sandman. Herbert . rthur Santibanez. Lia Sapp. Edwin Greenlaw 156, i Sarslield, I ' atrick Daly 78, 142 MhI.i 261, S. ' i-.], .I,, ,|ili Emsley ■ ' : | " I- -I " " ' - (-■ 161.1 .s.iund.Ts, iiancis Marion ; Saunders, Jim Redden 249, i Saunders, John Wesley 300, 303, ; Saunders, Susan Murphy 202, 1 Savitt, Richard Scott Sawyer, Calvin Lary Sawyer, Jean ] Sawyer, Ray Bryan 1 Sayers, William Floyd 142, : Scabbard and Blade Scarborough, Dawson Emerson, Jr : Schaeman. Franklin Joel i Schatken, Nancy Leah 192. : Schenck. Edmund Harrison 89.182.. Schilling. Donald John ; Schlapkohl. Charles J 366, I Schlosser, Eniil Steve 102, Schnable, Patricia Anne 288 Schneider, Eliot Michael 142 Schnell, Frederick John 182 Schreiber, James Ronald 250 Schroeder, George N 151, 182 Schroeder, John Jenkins 100, 142, 382 Schular, Ben 409 Schuler. Jim 382, 383, 384 Schultheiss, Gerald Webb 182 Schwartz, Elliott M 108, 250, 389 Schwerzel, Arthur Howard 86, 182 Scott, Carl Clinton Scott, Charles Kimrey Scott, George Thomas Scott. Harry White Scott. Herb Scott. Julia Anne Scott. James Martin Scott. Jimmy Paul Scott. Lila L. Scott. Ralph, Jr. Scott. Robert .Michael Scott. Robert Ray Scott. Samuel Edwin Scott. Wayne Nelson Scotton. John Barry rlock. Dave 26 50. 51, 182. 268 50, 182 202. 250 104, 250. 270 402. 403. 404. 408, 409 Seagle. Benjamin Franklin. Ill 142, Seaman. Peter George. Jr 81, 356 Seastrom, George Richard 27 Seaver. Donald McDonald 26. " Seawell. Theodore Graham 27 Secrest. . lvin Jack 250 Segee. Beverly Ann 290 Seidler. Charles Bernard 27 Selden. Samuel sh Sellers. Robert Rainey. Jr. 113 Selph. Anne Taylor 188. 196, 197, 208, 209, 250 Seltzer, James Leroy ... 250 Semeniuk, Fred . . 296 SENIORS 216-257 .Senter, Hubert Wayne 250 Serby, Alan Earl 27 Sermons, William Oscar 250 Sessoms, Billy M 355 Sessoms, James Edwin 142 Setvia. Menendel 376 Setzler, Ralph Chapman, Jr. 364 Sevier. Lesley Ogden 182 Sevier. Robert English 27 Sewell. Welter Curtis lOO. 250 Seymour. Sidney Walker. Jr. 142 Shackelford. John Elwood 357. 358 Shaffer. Charles M. 83 Shaffer. Jack Boone 367 Shaffer. Lee Philip 81. 182. 389. 390, 391 Shatfer, Monnie Ray Shalett. Michael Robert Shankie. R. J. Lillian Moore Shapard. John Albert. Jr. Shapiro. Jerome Melvyn Shapiro, Jerry Michael Sharp, Douglas Wilson Sharp, Jane E. Sharp. Lora Louise Sharp. Michael Rust Sharpe. Benny Sandlin Sliarpe. Larry Wayne Sharpless. Edward Arthur Sharpless, Martha Kornegay Shatley, Edward Ray Shavee. Ruby Virginia Shaw. Caswell Eure Shaw. Donald Lewis Shaw. Elizabeth Ann Shaw. Elizabeth Anne Shaw. Forrest Clinton Shaw. Foy J., Jr. Shaw. John Duncan. IV Shaw. Ray Elsworth. Jr Shearin. Charles Winston , , Shearin. Paul E. Shearin. Robert Hunter Sheets. Charles Dean Sheffield. Dewey Bain. Jr. Shelburne. Marv Helen Shell. John Henrv Shelton. Charles Randal Shelton. Mary Gravely Shelton. Thomas McKendree . Shepard, Robert Bowden. Jr. . Shepard. Opal G. Shepherd. Millard A Shepherd. William Aubrey Sheppard. James Dow. Jr, Sheridan, Michael Douglas Shermer. Richard Wayne Sherrill. Hugh Harmon Sherrill, Robert Alexander Sherry, Jerome Eugene Shields, Robert F. Shinn. Hal Jerome. Jr. Shinn. Jerry Shinn. John Bradley Shipp. Mauriel Shipp. William Paul Shirley. Morris Clinton. Jr. . . Shive. Robert MacGregor Shoaf. David Charles Shoemaker. William Preston . Shore. Carl Isaac. Jr. 88, 250 90, 250 27. 142 124 182 182 28H 2 ' , 53 8.5, 182 292 364 206, 207 TAR HEEL CLEANERS West Franklin Street PICK-UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE Telephone 9-1461 PACE IN GLEN LENNOX For the Finest in Gifts and Scandinavian Furniture cyLittle S kop Heodquarters for Carolina Coeds DRESSES SPORTSWEAR INDEX (Continued) Short. Mar Ro Marv Sue Sliotts. Claude C. Slioulars. H. Wilson Shubkin. Ronald Lee Shuford. Abner Pope - - Sliuford. Harlev Fersuson. Jr. Sliuford. Robert Freeman Shuford. William Ferrell. Jr Shuler. Carolyn Keith Shulimson. Bernard Lawrence Shulman. Michael Geoffrey Shumate. James Ronald ] Shupin. Bob 382, 383. Shutt. . nn Leslie Sidhury. William Mason Sieber. Arvid Charles Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Chi Sigma Nu Sigvut Phi Epsilon Sigmon. J. Lewis. Jr. Sifrmon. Kermit Neal Sikes. Bonnie Swicegood Sikes. Leila Caroline Silliman. Robert Burnett Sills. Barbara Reddish Simmons. Eunice Quin 190. SiTiunons. Howard David Simmon.;. .lo Ann Siiniiii. Mar ' aret Dianne .-iimiiiiil . .lolin A SiniuTitim. Vincent E. Siinpkins. Rodney Lane. Jr. Simi)son. .Mien Johnson Simp-so Clar nner Simpson. Clifford Simpson. Henry Marshall . - . Simpson. Leo Franklin. Jr. . Simpson. Oscar Romulas Sims. Arthur Ward Singer. Richard Mark Singer. Sylvia Bloch Singletary. Julia Catherine Singletary. " William Currie, Jr. Singleton. James A., Ill Singleton. Richard Milton Sirianni. Frank Joseph Sirkin, Jack Sitterson. J. Carlyle Sitton. Claude Shem Skakel. Coach Skillman. Jimise Slate. Dan Melvin 89, 182. 403. 40il Slater. Walter Lott Slifkin. Malcolm Sloan. Charles H Sloan. David B.. Jr. 78. 100. Sloan. James B(»vkin Sloan. Jolin Caither. Jr S ' oop. Max Conrad Slover. Rebecca Ellen Slover. William Roach Sluder. T. B. Slusser. Frank Smalley. James Lee. Jr. 58, 78, Smart. John K.. Jr. Smathers. Nancy Carole Smiley. Gary R. Smith. Albert Hunter Smitli. . lbert Sydney Smith. Alvin Keith Smith. Ann Battle 188. itli. Barbara Sue itli. Bennie itli. Bettye Gray ith. Beverly Rentz ith. Hilly Sla rsliall ilviii rpslui] 862 382 113, US. 192, 251, 4111 ith, (arte Br, vton ith. Chivtcin Bernard, Jr. itli. Coiin ith. Daviil Allen ith, David D:iwlev ith, Daviil Iverson Smith. Dean E. Smith. Dewey Clifton Smith. Dexter Xorris Smitli. Dock G. Smith. Donald Judd .smith. Earnest Everett. Ill Smith. Eleanor Jane Smith. Elizabeth G. Smith, E. M. Smith. Ellen Rae Smith. Francis Gerald lith. Fr ner Smith. Fred J. Smitli. (iarner Roosevelt Smith. Harold Campbell Smith. Henry Bascom. Jr. Smith. Henry Winfleld Smith. Herbert Franklin Smith. James Edward Smith, .lames Franklin Smith, .lames Roy. Jr. Smith, .lerry Allen STiiilh, John Michael . . Smith, John Wilson Smitli, Joseph Reece. Jr. 182. 330. 331 Smith, Julia D lith. Katherine Adelaide ith. Linda Kaye , , , lith. Luther Leslie ith. Lynn Harrison , ith. Margaret . nne lith. Martha B lith. Miihael F. ith. Minor Enrique ith, Miriam Frances ith, Mii er Gray ith, Ndrman Barrett ith, Norman Estes ith, I lien Brown ith, I ' atrick Delane ith, I ' e-L-v ith, Keheica Louise ith, Richard H, ith, Robbie ith. Robert Bland. Jr. Smith. Robert Hoke. Jr, Smith, Roy L Smith. Samuel Bosworth Smith. . " Samuel Clark ith, th. lith. The Ge wood H.. Jr. rt Brvson ■ Milton lias Cherry EU2 lith. Thomas Melvin Smith. Thomas William 0. Smith, Wade Marvin 104. 169. 183, 382 Smith. Wayne B.. Jr. ith, James 286 192, 410 . .288 143 90. 143 231, 4li 85, m 183, 3M2 299, 30 1 104. 14:l ith- . lv ard Lee t, M:irvin LeRoi. HI ivre, Billv -Mac eed, Thonias Q.. Jr. . ell, Mary Rosalind ider, . lbert Monroe, Jr, ider, William Henry Snyder. Elizabeth DeHaven Snyder. Frances Marshall Snyde 384. 385, 386. 400 300 183 364 J(i Hayile ■ludith Hand i.-litii I, Miihael .M. Soccer Sockwell, C. L Sojurner. Betsy Sojourner. Elizabeth Camp Snlenberger. Helen Met2 . . 442 INDEX (Continued) Soles, Rolwrt Charles, Jr. 357. 3.58 Solomon. Allan Frank los. 1S3 Solomon. Elliott 371 Somers. Albert Bingham 143. 404 SOPHOMORES 132 14.1 SORORITIES 187-203 Sossamon. Jon Leroy 2 " Sound and Fury . . 1.5.5 Southerland. James Bowden. Jr. 27. 153 Sowers. Charles Lewis 251. 279. 402. 403 Sowers, Jerry William 364 Sowers. Jo Ann 292 Sowers. Philip Earl ,27 Sowers. Sidney George 143 Spader. Allan David 183. 2(is Spain. Jack. Jr. 100. 150. 169, 1S3 Spainhour. Walter Judson. Jr. 27 Sparger. Jim Massey 1h3 Sparrow, Frances I5fi SPECIAL SCHOOLS 282-313 Spell, Louisa 286 Spenee. Phyllis Pritchard 251 Spence. Thomas Kirkpatrick 357. 358 Spenee. William Chenault. Jr. 143 Spencer. John David 27 Spencer. Lillian .Mice . 290 Spencer. Paula Jo 183 Spencer. Robert Donald 183. 279 Spencer. Robert Houston 281. 352 Spencer. William Riley 365, 368 Speranza, Charles Fred 352 Spivey, Connie Bradley 183 Spivey, Joy Elaine 252 Spoon, James Merritt, Jr. 78. 90. 143. 163 SPORTS 378-41.5 Spradley. Scott W. 357 Sprinkle. Barbara Leah 376 Sprinkle. Elmer Thomas. Jr. 27 Sprinkle. Michael Doss 27 Spro ' es. Charles Ben 183. 405 Spruill, Corvdon P. 26 I Soruill. Philip Allen 252 Spry. Doyl e Eugene 252 Spurrier. Barry Wilson 2T Squillario. George Douglas 27 Stacev. I.arrv Milton 27 Stack. James Thomas 27 .Stafford. Emilv Louise 252 Stags. William Lee 356 Stahlman. H. Gerald 352 Stainback. Jane Patterson 292 Stalings. Roy 368 Stalker. James Curtis 27 Stallings. Don 382, 409 Stallings, June H.. Jr. Stallings. Riley Sherman. Jr. Stallings, Ronald Stamps, Jo Ella Stancil, John Harvey Stanford. Patricia D. Stanford. Sue Harper 192. Stan ' ev. Bertha Lee J61, Stanley. Bobby Ray Stanley. James Lawson Stanley, Lucius Jones, Jr. . Stanley, Raymond J. 389. Stanley. Toby Stanton. Patricia Anne 163, Stanton. Robert M. Starling. Mary Ruth 195. 300. Starnes. Margaret Rose Starr. Louis E. . 78. 119. Stassinos. Evagelos Stavroa Stassinos. James 0. State Student Legislature Steagall. Thomas Lee , . Steele. Hobart T.. Jr. Steele. Lynn Cameron Steele. Ralph 382. Steele. Richard Earle 102, Stein. Ellen H Stem, William Converse 99. 183, 270, Stephan, Richard Henry . ... Stephens. Eleanor B Stephens. James R. Stephenson. Larry Adams Stephenson. Shelby Dean Stephenson. William Alexander. Jr. Stepp. William Edward 119. Stessel. Harold Edward Stevens, Charles Lee 302, Stevens, Elliott Walker. Jr. Stevens. James Timothy 85. Stevens. Rachel Humphries Stewart. Catherine Jean 46. 55. 197. Stewart. Edwin L. . Stewart. Joseph Donald Stewart. Robert Wright 104, Stierhoff. Harold Frederick Stiles. Eddie Phillips Stimpson. Doug Stipe. Richard D. 281. Stockton. Beverly Jean 183. Stoke.s. Donald Slater . . Stdkes. Jerome Walter 143. Stokes. Julia Ann 252. Stokes. Robert S. 143. Stokley. Cynthia Gail Slollar. Harry Lee. Jr. Stone. Richard G., Jr. Stoner. Paul Glenn 83. 183 Story. Robert T 252 Stott. Johnnie Fredrick 143 Stoudemire. Sterling A. 38 Stowers, Glenna R. 293 Strader. Celia Jo 292 Straehley. Diane J. 183 Strait. Isabella Blanton 199. 252 Strang. Sandra Lee 183. 415 Straus. Philip 121 Straij Greeks 189 Stribling. Jess H.. Jr 119, 252 Strickland. G. Kent 27 Strickland. Garrett Sheldon 143 Strickland. George Thomas. Jr 371 Strickland. James Dicksey. Jr. 27 Strickland. James Ralph 183 Strickland. Joyce King 202, 252 Strickland. W. D 362 Strider. Virgil Dawson 143 Stringfellow. Carl Raymond 352 Stroud. Charles Robert. Jr. 27 Stroud. David Andrew . 27 Stroud. Phil . 102 Stroupe. Benny Franklin 1m:i Stuber. Janet Norma 1m:i Student 46 STLDF.Nr G(l -Kli ' MENT 41-58 Student I.r.iishftnr, ' 44 STl ' DF.NT LIFE 320-328 Student yationni Edueation Associatiau . 28(1 Stultz. John Hoyte 27 Sturdevant. R. E. 362 Sturges. Conrad Boyd. Jr. 143 Styers. Carl Kenneth 66, 183 Styers, Matthew Gray 352 Stypmann, Xoel Leo . . . . 143 Suckow, David Henry 50, 252 Suddreth, Gerald Dean . 252. 277 Sugarn ' an. Edward Floyd 27 Sugg. Bill 206, 207 Sugg, Harry Walker . . , 27 Sugg, William A. 86. 28o Suggs. Robert Bailey. HI 365 Su ' livan. D. Jerome 183. 271 Sullivan. Louis Gray . . . 27 Sullivan. Sharon Lee 135. 143 Summer. Joel 2 i Summers. Ann Whitfield 183, no Summers, John Daniel, Jr. 2 7 Summerson. Sue Mead 183 Sumniey. Charles Ernest 143 Summey, James Wirt, III 122,252 Summey. John Hood 27 Sumner. Charles Wayne 252 Surles, Charlie William. Jr. 366 SUTTON ' S DRUG STORE WALGREEN AGENCY Serving Tar Heels Since 1923 Tar Heel ' s Drug and PreKeri|»ig«»n iliop Cosmetics, School Supplies, Fountain Service, and Gifts Phone 5531— Store Phone 9-8781 — Prescription Graduate to P Greater Food Savings ' At Your Friendly COLONIAL STORES T Thanking You for Your Patronage WENTWORTH SLOAN jeweler i 443 Chapel Hill ' s Furniture Center on West Franklin St Come in for Royal Welcome Service PURE Williams Pure Oil Service 424 West Franklin St. Phone 9-2701 Finer quality . . . Greater selection FOWLER ' S FOOD STORE West Franklin Street Chapel Hill STEVENS-SHEPHERD r LOT II 1 4; TORL CHAPEL HILL ' S FAVORITE BR AD M I Durham Highway DELICIOUS FOOD Facilities for Private Parties 444 INDEX (Continued) Surratt, Donald Gray 252 Sutherland, Jean Marie 209. 287, 290 Sutorius, Les S. 102, 1S3 Sutphin, HuRh Edward 364 Suttle, Bill ■tor. Suttle, Gerald McKibbin 27, 151 Sutton, ,Janice Lvnn 183 Sutton, Lewis F 352 Sutton, LuRuth 49.55,261.300,308 Sutton, Stark Arnii.stead 27 Sutton, William Wayne 372 Swan, Phil 399 Swann, Edward Filmore, Jr. 298 Swann, F. W 39, 2W Swanson, Lennie Lee 1-13 Swearingen. Fred Jones , , 382. 383. 408. 409 Sweeney, Patricia Ann 192. 252. 280, 41.1 Sweet. Sonny 404 Swicegood, William Edward 27 fiwimming 396 Swing. Paul Ray - .27 Sxilagy. Jim 151 Sver. Jean 197. 2 2 Sylvester. John Curtin 253. 409 .Sylvester. Paul Green 357. 35S Sylvia. Bruce Gilmore 143 St mposium 150 laber, George Lindley 1h3 Tatr. Edwin Jay ua Talabac. Leon Victor 143 Talbert. John Berry. Jr. 143 Talbott. Flovd Robert. Jr 253 Tallev. Billy 382 Tallev. James Maynard. Jr 116. 206. 253 Talley. John Russell. Jr. 27 Tankard. Lee Dickerson 27 Tannenbaum. Richard S. 10m Tarn. William Der. Jr. 143 Tarr. Charles Edwin 119. 143 Tate, Elizabeth Helen 290 Tatum, George Marvin, Jr 352 Tatum. Jim 381. 382 Tatum. John Lee 253 Tatum. Walter Lewis 85. 165 Tav Epsilon Phi 120 Tavloe. Joshua 371 Taylor. Anita Edwards 292 Taylor. Benjamin Wayne 156. 206. 253 Taylor. Bill 296 Taylor. Charles Edwards 27 Taylor. Charles Lawrence 27 Taylor. Doris Darling 49. 192. 253 Taylor. Edward Eugene Taylor. Emory Windfield - Taylor. James H. Taylor. John Thomas Taylor. Lawrence Arthur. Jr, Taylor. Raymond Mason . . - . Taylor. Richard Lewis Taylor. William Allen Taylor. William Howard Taylor. Zachary Teague. James Knox. Jr Teague. Monroe Madison - - Temple. Joe Templeton. William Klasek Tenenbaum. Lee J. Tennille. Norton Fortune Tennis Terry. Lillian Anne . Tesh. Esther Mae Tetterton. Fredrick Elwood, . Tew. Jerry G. Thalheimer. A. Foster Tharrington. James Harold Thayer. James D. Thelin. Gordon Murray Thelin. Mark Cushman Thetn Chi Thigpen, Nannie P rances Thomas. Allen Briggs Thomas. Allen George Tliomas. Anne Louise Thomas. Barbara Scott ] Thomas. Charles Avery, Jr. Thomas, Charles Walter Thomas, Dewey Eugene Thomas, Foster Edward, Jr, Thomas, Harold Malcolm, Jr, Thomas, Henry Winfrey, Jr. Thomas, J. Elizabeth Thomas, James Norman Thomas, James Postles . Thomas, Robert E. Thomas, Robert Gordon, Jr, Thomas. Vincent Bernard Thompson. Benjamin Harrison Thompson. Beverly Carol Thompson. Charles Dale Thompson. Charles Raymond Thompson. Cynthia Thompson. Donna Jean Thompson. Eugene Cebron Thompson. Frances Ricks Thompson. H. O. Thompson. Wayne. Jr. Thompson. Jack Earl Thompson. James Sherwood .183. 227 253 . . .370 ... 2 " 53. 110. 2.53 . 143 96. 253 .27 393 253 124. 253 3ils 1S3 190. 191. 253 253 104. 253 100 183 364 253 102. 143 302 300 253 279 .55. 1.50 49. 287 2K9 253 183 296 117. 253 . 78. 96. 183 Thompson James W. I ' hompson Jeannine Thompson John Hargett 1 hompson Margaret Anne . Thoriipsiin Melvin Gerald . Ihompsnn Peter Aiitlionv riionipson Sanford Webb. 1 Tlionipscri Tarlton Roberts. rlloniljvon Toiii Lynne rlioMipx.ri William Michael Ellen Thompson, Willi ' Thornton. Billy Thornton. Luani Thorp. Dorothy . Tice. Pepper . . 158. Tiddv. Wilson Clark. Jr. Tiedeman. Carl 39 ' Tiedeman. Katrina Crapon Tieslau. Carol Alicia 135. 143. 197. Tiffany. Currell Hunton 89. Tilghman. Lewis S. C Tilghnian, William Hunter Tiller, Claude Baker, Jr. Tillev. Hilton Ray . . . Tillman. John Sanders Tillman. William Warren. Jr. Timberlake. Julius Poindexter 183. Timberlake. Roberts Edgar 128, Timmerman. George Ralph ' Timmons. Virginia Roberta Tino, David Ricker Tirtha, Ranjit Tobin, Paul Curtis Todd, Dabnev Winston Todd, Edward Eugene 119, ' Todd, Jack Lionel Todd. Mary Eleanor 183. ' To!ar. John Rodney Tolman. Ethan Colby ' Tolton. Ann Linn Tolton. George David Tomlin. Donald Reid 281. ' Toms. Beverly Louise Toney. Larry Cordell Tonnesen. Edward Lybeck Toporek. Stanley Denis Torrey. Anne Odell ' Tosti. Joseph Anton 86, Totten. Henry R Tower. Ralph B. Townsend. Charles H Toy. Kenneth Wayne Trachtenberg. Stephen Jay Trado, Charles Ehnendorf Trammell. Diane Montgomery UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP TRUST FUiS STORES BOOK EXCHANGE CIGAR STAND BOOKETERIA CIRCUS ROOM SCUTTLEBUTT Complete Line of Classroom Supplies Reference Books — Outlines — Textbooks NEW AND USED TYPEWRITER SALES AND SERVICE ON THE CAMPUS " Y " BUILDING INDEX (Continued) Travis. William A.. Jr. 93. 254 Traylor, Nancy Jo 312 Trembatli. Linda 288 Tribus, Donald McCampbell 254 Tripp. Ronald Tucker 289 Tripp, William E., Jr 143 Trollinger. Harold Warren 188 Trondsen, Ludvvig Eugene 183 Trotman. Sandra Jean 1S4, 202 Troutman, Dennis Franklin 36 " i Troutman, Howard Preston 76. 1H4 Trueblood, Samuel Neal 367, 36H Trujillo, Gilbert F. 376 Trupp. Jo Lee 254 Tuck. Noel Barton 184 Tucker. John Stanley 28. 156 Tucker. William Gordon 254 Tugrgle, Ricliard James 357, 358 Tuggle, Susan 197. 254 Tuggle. William P„ HI 3,i2 Tugman. Stuart Grady, Jr 122, 254 Tull, Thomas Mitchell, Jr 355 Tullai, Fred 382 Tulloch. Charles William 364 Tung, Shih Chun 376 Tunnell, Nancv Anne 200. 254 Tunstall. William McCullen, Jr. 254 Turlingtcjii, Mac 382, 409 Turlington. Wade Robert 1S4 Turnbull. David Drew 86. 143, 2(iB Turner. Anthony Garland ls( Turner. Barbara Lynne :;90 Turner. Gerald Pinkney 28 Turner. Jacqueline 54. 143 Turner. John Goodman. Ill 28 Turner. John Robert 254 Turner. Martha Rogers 165. 199. 209, 254 Turner, Nancy Anne 1h4 Turner, Nancy Elizabeth 261, 292 Turner, Nancy Mae 254 Turner, Robert Alexander 86. 158, 254 Turner. Shelton Jackson 254 Turner. Wilfred 28 Turney, Tully Hubert 352 Twiddy, Raymond Lee, III 2S. 413 Twisdale. John Wyatt 35. Twisdale. Louie Jane 1m4 Tygart, Silas Thompson 2h Tyler. Eunice N 37:1 Tyndall. James, Tyra, Leo P ;i;ii Tyson. Oscar Lee. Jr. im4 Tyson, William Wesley ihi Tysor. Edna Rexford 184, 208 U Uhland, Ada Lee 376 UUman, Berthold L 39 Umstead. Alex Wiley 143 Umstead. Sandra Kelly 289 U. C Biuul IV " Vyc Ciirrlhixud . 413 rnfterwood. Carroll Justin 28 rriiiorwoiiil. William Emmett 117. 1h4 Vuifr-ili, Alt League 147 r,ur.,s,t,, lluh 41.-. I I ", Douglas Bernard 1 i. ' i Ipchunli. Gilbert Rivers 3(ii I ' pchurch. Jack Belvin 36.5 Upchurch, Sarah Jane 300, 30s Upchurch, Wayne Thomas 28 Upshaw, Harry S. 3-3 Upton. Stephen Richard. Jr. 93, 254 Urwick, George W.. Jr. 281 352 Usher. Harold Griffin 300 Usher. Harry Austin , 143 Uzzell. Corinne Holmes 288 V ' alvanlikul. Narasri , . 3. ' )2 Vakilzadeh. Javad D. V. M. 376 Valkyries 2tu Valsame, James ;{.t2 Vance, Jim 911 Vance. Samuel Franklin. HI 1 4 ' anderburg. William Lee 302 Vandersleen. Anke ihi VanHecke. M. T 351 Vann, Howard .-Vlbert 2h Vann, Virginia Lee 1st VanOrman, Chandler Lee . ' s VanVleet David Edward 3(i5 VanWagenen, Elizabeth Vass Is4 Varnedoes. Sam 158 Varmim, Jim 402 Vastano, Andrew C. 352 Vaughan, Charles Julian 298 Vaughan, John Soutltgate. Jr 2. 4 Vaughan. Richard Boiling. Ill 254 Vaughan. William Hunter 28 Vaughn, Gary Ellis 184 Vaughn, Larry Joe 28 Vaught, Carolyn 202, 254, 410 Veasey, Luther David 254, 279 Veazey, Perry Burt 81, 371 Venable, Charles Holman 357, 359 Venters, Wayne Burnette 100, 184 Verner. Marion Caldwell 184 Verrone, Irvin Richard 143 Vess, Marvin Claude, Jr. 254, 279 Vickers, Joel E 66 Vincent, Donna Louise 200, 255 Vincent. Malvern Fitzhigh 184 Vinnik, Donald Harvey 121, 184 Voelker, Leonard John 376 Vogel, George Wendelyn 143 Von Biberstein, Richard, Jr. 856 Vu, Mai Thi Thanh 352 W WAA 410 Wacker. Robert John 28 Waddell. James Franklin . 28 Wade. Eugene Talmadge, Jr, 28 Wade. Sally Kate 195. 255. 343 Wadsworth. James Edgar 143 Wagener. Henry Dickerson 352 Wagner, Emily Martin 197, 255 Wagner, Gary Gordon 143 Wagner. Richard Louis 352 Wagner, Thelma 28 Wait. John S.. Jr 28 Waldman, Imogen W 184, 199 Waldo, Gordon Payne 184 Walker, Carl Lane. Jr 184 Walker. David Shelly 2s Walker. Frank Harrison 143 Walker. Grayson Howard 143 Walker. H. B 373 Walker. Jane Crawford 195. 209, 254 Walker. Jerry Blane 28 Walker, Kenneth K, 60 Walker, Luther Loneith 143 Walker. Norma Jean . 28 Walker. Oscar Blair 365. 36m Walker. Robert C. 28 Walker, Robert Glenn, Jr. 89, 2.i4 Walker, Thomas C 28 Walker, William Kent 117, 143 Wall. Gary Leon 28 COMPLIMENTS OF DURHAM AREA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION Wall. Milan Wall, Paddy Sue 42, 43, 48. 55. 56. 60. Wall, Phyllis Brenda Wall, Robert Hennis Wall, Robert Mebane, Jr. Wallace. Barbara Coleman Wallace. Helen McCranie Wallace. Jean . ndrea . Wallace, Joann Darlene Wallace, John Arthur, Jr. Walldorf. Rudy Herman Waller, Harry Franklin Walrath, David Walter. John Ivan WaKcr. John T., Jr. WaMi. Martin J Walston, .- be Walston. Jean Wood Walston. Lena Ann Walston. Mary Elizabeth Walter, Kenneth Gaines Walters, Alan Stanley Walters, Charlie Robertson Walters, Harold Lee Walters, Janie Frances , . Walton, Frances Crane .... Walton, Mary E, Walton. Rube Ward. Benjamin Kirby. Jr. Ward. Bennie Brooks Ward. David Cook Ward. Gene L. Ward, James Palmer Ward, Jesse David. Jr. Ward. Josephine Reid Ward. Katharine Davidson Ward. Larry Dean . . Ward, Lary Milford Ward. Lester Murray 28 Ward, Marvin Elwood 184 Ward, Wanda Lane 312 Warder, Susan Kay 202, 255 Ware, Wanda Ruth 312 Warlick, Lawrence David, Jr 28 Warlick, Thomas Wilson 354, 357 Warner. Douglas Oilman 99. 144 Warner, Joe Henley 46. 99, 135, 144 Warner, John Francis 370 Warren, Bert Barrow 363 Warren, Casper Carl, Jr. 372 Warren. Donald William 367 Warren, Eli A. 184 Warren. Hubert Holman, Jr. 144 Warren. John M.. Jr, 99, 144 Warren, Lewis Ruffin 28 Warren, Linwood Allen 28 Warren, Priscilla G. 255, 280 Warren. Raymond Bartlett 28 Washburn, Thomas C 373 Wason, Nancy Jane 28 Waters. Harold Lee 359 Waters, Henry Gene 372 Waters, James Candler . . 255 Watkins, John Thomas 28 Watkins. Linda 195. 255, 340 Watkins, Stephen Eugene 28 Watkins, William Henry, IV 144 Watson, David Thomas 370 Watson, Raymond Alexander, Jr 144 Watson. Robert Malcourt, Jr 366 Watts, Charles Daniel 144 Watts, Linda Hill 28 Watts. Mitchell Wayne 297. 298 Weatherly, William John 299, 304 Weathers, Celeste 190, 208, 255 Weathers, Donald Lawrence 298 Weatherspoon. Leonard A. 298 Weaver. Frances Angas 261 Weaver, Fred H. 33 Weaver. George Arthur 144. 266 Weaver, George Richard, Jr. 28 Weaver. George Walter 99. 255 Weaver. Herman Michael 355 Weaver. James Edward, Jr 144 Weaver, Joseph Upton 376 Weaver, Mary . nn 184 Weaver. Pearce Roberts 89. 184, 406 Weaver, Rebecca Moore 28 Weaver, Roy 50 Weaver, Van Darwin 299 Weaver, Zebulon, III 371 WchI). Charles Aurelius 184 Wi ' hl). Robert Gold 357, 358 Wih-ter, David Wesley 1h4 Wi-b-ter, Ernest R. 144 Wch-ter. William Phdlip 367 Weeks. Johnny Clayton 28 Wchr, Paul E 53. 352 Wcilcr. Robert Kenneth 116. 184 Wcilland. Walter E. 401 Wciiier, Richard David 121. 144 Wiiii tein. Lee Moret 124. 144 Wiir. Dewey Frederick. Jr 144 Wci-ciifeld. J. Jeffrey 28 Welch. Jack H 255 Welch, William E 144 WcllMian. M. Wade 28 Wcllons. Martha Edmundson 49. 60. 184 Wclhms. Thomas McGinn 28 Wells. Alfred D. 352 Wells. Charles Ray 144 Wells. Donn A. 371 Wells, Franklin Ennis 3ii2 Wells, Harry W., Jr. 25- Wells. Henry B. 373 Wells. James Barden 184. 268 Wells, Marcla Mason 49, 189, 255 Wells, Robert O ' Neil 184 Wells, Ruth 184 Wells, Steve Earl 255 Welton. David Scott 144, 401 Wendler, Julie Ann 292 Wendt. Carol D ' Orsay isi West. Danny Eugene 109, I4t West, Harry Archibald. Jr. 144 Westbrook. James .Augustus . . . 119, 255 Westmoreland. Josepli Robert. II 255 Wetzel. Mary Lee 184 Weydent. -Margaret Emily 376 Wha. ' ev. John Lewis . .255 Whatley. Everett 402. 403 Whedbee. Charles Monroe 144. 266 Wheeler, Howard Morton 28 Wheeler, Kenneth Milton 28 Wheeler. M artha Elizabeth 195. 255 Whichard. Willis Padgett 28 Whicker. James Hubert 2s Whisnant. Sondra Lvnn ls4 Whisnant, William Buxton 151, 256 Whitaker, David Louis 372 Whitaker, John C, Jr 89, 219, 256, 263 Wliite, Donald Robert 184 White, Franklin Delando 872 White, Horace C 50 White. James Battey 184. 277 White. James Grady 256 White. Jane Rhea 48. 158. 190. 256 White. Jerry Donald 144 White, Jerry Sandra 256 White, Lew 188 White. L. Norman 256. 278. 279 White. Marshall F. 144. 401 White. Marshall Whitfield 357 White. Notie Vay 352 446 THE PORTRAITS IN THIS YEARBOOK WERE MADE BY SMITH STUDIO l koioarapkev ' S OFFICIAL PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR THE " 1959 YACKETY YACK " 12 EAST HARGETT STREET RALEIGH NORTH CAROLINA INDEX (Continued) Wliitf, I ' errv Mauk 96. 184 Wliite. Hubert Dean 363. 36:5 White. Tliomas Livingston. Jr. 184 Wliite. Walter Alston 368 White, William Henrv. Jr. 371 Whiteflelfi. Joe McRae 144 Whiteheafl, Willis Lee in2. 211. 30n Whitohurst, Kdward Roland. Jr. 144 Whitehurst. Jennv Lee 185 Kenneth N.. Jr. 119, 18.i Whitehurst. Margaret Carson 1.56 Whitehurst. Peggv 190. 209. 280 • Whitehurst. Wade Lee 256 Whiteleather. Al 151 Whitener. Anita Cecile 287. 290 Whitfield. Charles Lyne 185. 401. 405 Whiting, Jean Laurie 1h5 Whitley. Billie Harold 1m5 Whitley. Charlie Thomas iH.i Whitley. John Bryan 96. ih.t Whitley. Martha Elizabeth 18.i Whitley. Philia Hugh 28 Whitley. Thomas Pritchard 28. 156 Whitson. Ronald Wayne 367 Whittaker. Constance E. 265 Whitted. Emily Dale 288 Whittemore. Cameron Lee 200. 256 Whittenton. William Ransom, Jr 28 Whittle, .■ mberys Rayvon 185 Whittock. Patricia Anne - . 352 Whitty, John Randolph 256, 41 1 Whvburn. William B. 31 Wible. David Charles 104, 1«5 Wicker, Bryant Kelly 364 Wicker, Robert Brooks, III 61, 144 Wickers, J. E. 76 Gary Eugene 256 WidolT. Michael George 144 Wiess, Richard Thomas 367 Wiggins. Nell Elizabeth 185 Wiggs. William Larkin 2h Wilcox. Cindy .Ann 185. 189 Wilday. Peter Bennet 28 Wilder. Henry Milton. Jr. 28 Wiley. Molly Jane 185 Wilfong. James Edward 28 Wilhoit. Grover Cleveland. Jr. 144. 405 Wilker.son, Edwin Cisco. Jr. 144 Wilkerson. Stephen Lindsay. Jr. 116. 236 Wilkes. James Renwick. UI 2h Wilkins. Charles Gresham 28 Wilkins, Mason 78. 104 Wilkin.1. Robert Jefferson 298 Wilkinson. Harvey A. 50. 144 Wilkinson. John Carroll Maxim 28 Wilkinson. Martha Frances 188. 202. 256 Wilkinson. Robert McLain 365 Wilkinson. Robert Newton 144. 271 Wilkinson, Wyndham Lee 83, 144 Williams, Alice Nan 352 Williams, . ugustus Collier 28 Williams, Bill Joe 144 Williams, Charles Oliver 144 Williams. Charles Walker 28 Williams. Clawson Lee. Jr. 357 Williams. Clyde Franklin 256. 2fis Williams. Dal Joseph 185 Williams, David Robert 256, 270 Williams, Donald .Arthur 2m Williams, Hall Edward, Jr. 28 Williams. James Lewis 185 Williams. James Lynch . 83. 185 Williams, Jane FLsher 376 Williams. Joan 28h Williams. John Cannady. Jr. 144 Williams. John Robert i . ) ; Williams. Joseph Bryan 2h Williams, Larry Howard is5 Williams. Lillian .Alvene 292 Williams. Mary Faye 256. 28ii Williams. Philip Tuttle. Jr. 66. 113. 236 Williams. Robert Hampton 141 Williams, Robert L. 28 Williams. Robert Whitfield 236 Williams. Samuel Sykes 355 Williams. Sarah Lundee 312 Williams. Ted Moore 90, 256 Williams. Violet 376 Williams. Wallace . nson 28 Williams. William Thurston 144 Williams. William Tyre 256. 277 Williams. Zane Grey 185 Williford. Carl Patrick 256. 277 Williford. John Will 367 Willis. Daniel. II 28 Willie, (icirdiin Carval, Jr. 236 Willi-:. KicliMrd Weldon. .Ir. 256. 271 Will. . W,-st,.n Alex 364 Wills. Nancy Leonora 287. 28m Willson. Joseph Carter 144 Willwerth. Mary Alice 288 Wilson. Carol Bray 302. 308 Wilson, Oiarles Edward 83, 185 Wilson, Donald Wesley 256 Wilson, Felix Franklin, Jr. 28 Wilson. Gabriella Palmer 183 Wilson. James Parrish. Jr. 116.144 Wilson. James Preston. Jr. 144 Wilson. James Warren 236 Wilson. John Daniel 185. 363 Wilson. John David Bruce 257 Wilson. Laurence Glenn . 185. 276. 277 Wilson. Lawrence C... Jr. 353 Wilson. Mark King. Ill 104. 150, 183 Wilson, Noah Rouse, Jr 363 Wilson, Patricia R. 183 Wilson. Phillip Wood 110. 144 Wilson. Robert Gaines 372 Wilson, Robert White. Jr. 46. 144 WiNoii, l!u-iT Allen 257 Wil ..n, W:ilter Warren. Jr 126. 127. 237 Wilson. William Danford 366 Wilson. Willis Alexander. Jr. 60. 89. 144 Wilson. Wilmer Partee 335 Wilv. John Fleming 144 Windlev. David Walter 144 Windlev. Heber W.. Jr. 183 Winecoir. George Caldwell. Ill 144 Winget. Mary Eleanor 185 Winglield. Thomas Whetsell 99. 144 Winkler. John Hubert 263 Winslow. Dan Reed 2m Winston. Barry Thomas 353 Winston, Frances .Ann 237 Wirku.s, Faustin Edmund, Jr. 76. 117. 237 Wirshing, George John 28 Wise. Betty Pauline 257 Wise. George Michael . . 28 Wise. John Ednev 371 Wise. Larry .Anthony ... 183 Withers. .Abner Carr 370 Withers. .Anita West 352 Withrow. Larrj ' 413 Wohlbruck. Everett Lamar 257 Wolff. Anthony 162 Wolfe. Gary Johnson 257. 279 Wolfer. Frederic Fane. Jr. _ 185 Woolschlager. William P. 376 M ' oltz. John Montgomer. Jr. 117. 237 Womack. James Horton 1 3 Womack. Nathan A. 369 Womack. Sarah Richardson 144 Womble. Eugene Wilson 332 Womble. Louise Nval 2m n ' oiiien ' s Honor Council 48 Ti omen ' s Residence Council 49 Wood. .Allison Eugene 28 Wood. Bobbv Steve is3 Wood. Carl Sherrill 28 Wood. Charles .Allen 376 Wood. Douglas Sherrill 117. 257 AVood. Evan Harvey . 2m Wood. Fred Philips. Jr. 89. 144 Wood. George Thomas. Ill 372 Wood. H. Feme 376 Wood. Jerry F. I83 Wood, Jerry R. 144 Wood, Marion S. 286 AVood. Sue .Ann 183 Wood. Thomas Benbury 353 Wood, Wallace Winchell 2m Woodall, Edward Marshall iss Woodard, James William is3 Woodard, Joyce F. 144 Woodard, Paul Lindsay 50, 51. 263. 406 Woodard. Warden Lewis. Jr. 366 Woodburj ' , Edgar Christenson im3 Woodham. Elizabeth Isabel 370 Woodhouse. William Walton. Ill 144. 266 Woodlev. Samuel Spruill. Jr. 144 Wc.oilr-viff. Charles Kenneth . ...281, 332 WcodnilT. O.ivid Lee 28 Wooilnii.i, Clifton Alexander, III 113 Woods, .Andy Green ino, 257 Woodward, Betty 185, 19(1 Wootly. Gordon Ralph, Jr. 363. 36m AVoody. Sidney Lane 144 Woody. Steve Walter 183 Woolard. Virginia 185. 202 Wooldridge. Ellis 382 Wooten. Grace Pollock 289 Wooten. Sterling Dillon. Jr 53. 128. 141 Workman. Harold 393 AVorley. Donald Lee 141 AVorley. Patricia .Anne 293 AVoronoff. Linda Mary 1m3 AVorsIev, George Lawrence. Jr. 237. 279 AA ' orth. Hal Venable. Ill 2m Worthington. Thurman AVardell. Jr. 237 Wray. AVilmer Harold 237 Wrenn. Sally Kay . 197. 23; Wrestliu ' i 4ii3 AVright. .Arnold in Wright. Dewey A ' ernon 237. 277 Wright. Forrest Jarrell. Jr. ss. 144 AVright. George Carver, Jr. 237, 277 AVright. Janie Henderson is.-,. 193 AVright, John J. .-i;:! WiiEht, KnI.ert Matthewson in AVright. Stanley 121, 1 H AVrielit. Walter David 31111 Wrve. Chuck 133. 39ii Trr.A ' C . 131 Wvke. Martha Ann 298 AVvnn. Dan Keith 2m Wvnn. 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