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THE LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA THE COLLECTION OF NORTH CAROLINLVNA . a H ■ , vA Hi ■ ■: k:-. ,.i::- .. ' - -v ' . v. -S . " ;.? .,%■ -v ■Sv ' .r. ) ' ,■■ ' ■■■ ■■■ v ' ■ ' ■ ' -. ' V " V . ■ V» . ' ' 7 I ' -J T ' , ■ ,. ■■ _ _ , " , ' ■: ' V; ' .?! " ' ; ' ' ' v l ;i ■ ' ' ■r " ; ' V : - UNIVERSITY OF NC AT CHAPEL HIL 00016885211 This book may be kept out one month unless a recall notice is sent to you. It must be brought to the North Carolina Collection (in Wilson Library) for renewal. INTERUBRARH Form No A-S69 h--.r:. € ' " 9-: ::- - M -v y ' i - r- f!: - ,;.,;;. ■■ ' ' : ' :; ■: ' ;t-,. C Q PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA JEROME STOKES, EDITOR • JAMES SMALLEY, JR., BUSINESS MANAGER Our revels now are ended. These our actors As I foretold you, tvere all spirits, and Are melted into air, into thin air; And, like the baseless fabric of this vision, The cloud-capped towers, the gorgeous palace ' s. The solemn temples, the great globe itself. Yea, all which it inherit, shall dissolve; And, like this insubstantial pageant faded, Leave not a rock behind. We are such stuff As dreams are made on. and our little life Is rounded with a sleep. The Tempest Four years ago we members of the Class of 1961 severed man- fully our ties with the hearth and strode confidently toward col- lege. We rejoiced in our new-found freedom and called all hail to the gods of higher learning. Driven thus from the comforts of home we arrived at this insti- tution of academic pursuit prepared to embrace warmly its tradi- tions, its institutions and its football team. We were swept into its life and soon became a full and enthusiastic part of the Chapel Hill community. During these four years we have labored diligently at the feet of these gods of learning, played with abandoned reserve and learned not merely to respect our fellow man but to love him. Now, as the last moments flicker to a sorrowful end, we leave the academic world and enter the Great Paths of Life ■ — full, perfect, and sufficient men. The only false note in this story is its lack of realism. We have not learned a great deal, because we have not wanted to. We hove not wholly responded to the classroom challenge. Those resolutions voiced manfully before Mother vanished in a haze of beer, motion pictures, dances and football weekends. We met our requirements; we only did not exceed them. Perhaps we did learn much of ourselves and our fellow man. We, to be sure, did not learn to love him, but we may hove learned to tolerate him. We grew, albeit with hesitation, in that acquired wisdom that comes only through living and being. There have been good moments and bod. There hove been days when all of us must have wondered whether the grind and the frustration and the dissatisfaction were worth it all; and there have been days when on ' A ' or a new-found love have lifted us to happiness and the courage to go on. Through it all we hove emerged to take our place in the Ameri- can scene, passing through Chapel Hill to be forgotten as the next class takes our place. Our revels, indeed, ore ended. Now we wait and move expectantly toward that moment when we realize that, somehow, we grew and flourished. Joiidthdii Ycirdky ' 61 Shi ' Before me peaceful Behind me peaceful Under me peaceful Over me peaceful All around me peaceful Ncmiio Indi clVdJO urn 11:7 = «:»™i 5 ' ' - v WISDOM is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understanding. Proverbs IV: 7 ; :X : l f :: ■ Bwk ' i Page 18 m m POF ' J K ■EPr : 5: I V |i l av ' lJAV H L ■ k Page 21 1 Youth is the time when we should see the light, ' Cause when were old and wasted, the dues for what we ' ve Tasted run so high That we pay ' til we die — then we know that youth That made us strong is wasted on the young So — enjoy it gaily! Love life! And live it daily Wail; Wail; Let your voice be heard. Spread the word Jon Hmd ricks Poge 22 Poge 24 Page 25 s m , ©BJI t » X % ♦ Page 27 Page 29 Page 30 i : M ' m » . J 14 ' % :H ' - ' tf ■ f : ' i iS ' TABLE OF CONTENTS SEPTEMBER 34 Orientation - Freshmen - Rush - Sororities - Women ' s Residence Council - Carolina Women ' s Council OCTOBER 70 University Party - UNC Cardboard - Cheerleaders - Football - UNC Bands - Fraternities NOVEMBER 38 Committee on State Affairs ■ Administration - Beauties ■ Sophomores DECEMBER 176 Intramurals - Basketball - Soccer - Wrestling - Student Athletic Council - Religious Activities - Cosmopolitan Club - International Student Board - Juniors JANUARY 212 Graham Memorial - Seniors FEBRUARY 254 Audit Board - Student Activities Fund Office - AFROTC • Dorm Life - Interdormitory Council - WAA • Swimming - Fine Arts - Honoraries MARCH 298 Track - Cross Country • NROTC - Student Government - Dance Committee - WUNC APRIL 324 Monogram Club ■ Golf - Professional Fraternities MAY 342 Yackety Yack - Daily Tar Heel - Carolina Quarterly - Debate Squad ■ Baseball - Intramurals ■ Law School - Tennis JUNE 364 School of Medicine - School of Dentistry - School of Dental Hygiene ■ School of Nursing ■ School of Pharmacy ■ School of Public Health • Graduates ADVERTISING 408 ;. ' v ' • ' . .- ' ' ' V, j x ORIENTATION JACK MITCHELL Chairman ORIENTATION COMMITTEE — First Row: Rhodes Corbett, Joan Jordan. Tootsie Sheppard, Anne Way, Tina Baench, Barbara Gatchell, Graham Walker, Mary Stewart Baker, Bob Bilbro. Second Row: Davis Young, Bob Gibson, John Frye, Fred Lavery, John Renger, Al Pollard, Wade Hargrove, Eddie Pleasants. The Campus Orientation Committee, with Jack Mitchell as Chairman, planned and supervised the activities of new stu- dents during orientation in September of 1960 and during the first session of summer school. The program was planned to include freshmen, transfers, graduate, and foreign students. The Chairman and a committee of twenty-five students met during March, Apri l, and May to map out the schedules to be followed by the 275 student orientation counselors. Barbara Faulkner, Women ' s Coordinator; Tina Baensch, Foreign Student Coordinator; Hans Frankfort, Graduate Coordinator; and Bettie Ann Whitehurst, secretary; led the activities of the committee. Orientation activities included meetings with Chancellor Ay- cock, Dean Weaver, student government officials, and outstand- ing members of the faculty. Honor System lectures, registra- tion, physicals, and an overall introduction to the institutions and traditions of the University were also on the orientation agenda. Free — for a BARBARA FAULKNER Women ' s Coordinator Page 36 Page 37 FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS Johnny Johnson, Vice-President, Danny Bell, Treasurer, Dershie Bridgeford, Secretary, Linda Cailahan, Social Chairman. In the way of generations past, with that same feeling of emptiness and loss which prompted Thomas Wolfe to write years ago of this time of life . . . " Which of us is not forever a stranger and alone, " the class of 1964 arrived in Chapel Hill. The first days were filled with hesitant eagerness, but soon these changed to a deluge of adjustments, decisions, and crises, capped by new and more difficult academic demands. Orientation . . . maps, leaflets, brochures, speeches, and tired feet . . . three in a room hardly big enough for one . . at every step, a new face, a peculiar accent, a different race a strange town . . . fraternity rush, acceptance for some rejection for others ... the poles of joy and depression . . class elections, the great pumpkin, the first hour quiz . . vacation, when we realize that home from now on is a place one hangs his hat . . . the succession of seasons . . . umbrel- las, vests, beer, haughty coeds, friendly imports . . . Chem. II, Modern Civ., Math. . . . Spring comes, sunbathing in the lower quad, May is here, a few finals, and home, a summer, and we are sophomores. Page 38 First Row: Adams, Charles Preston, Rocky Mount Adams, Lawrence Clay, Asheville Adams, Thomas Edward, Garner Aldridge, James Preston, Yanceyville Alexander, John Palmer, Alexandria, Va. Allen, Robert Trawick, III, Charlotte Alley, Ray Shores, Catawba Allman, Leonard Wilson, Jr., Morganton Second Row: Alphin, William Jackson, Mt. Olive Ammons, Hal Newton, Lumberton Andes, Willard Abe, Miami Shores, Fla. Angell, John Paul, Salisbury Anglin, Richard Edward, Jr., Hope Mills Arbaugh, Miriam A., Montgomery, W. Va. Arthur, Robert Bruce, Jr., Greenville Baddour, Philip A., Goldsboro Third Row: Badgett, John Dean, Mount Airy Bailey, Robert Henry, Raleigh Baker, Frank Egerton, Jr., Roxboro Ball, Adrian Jerome. Jr., Henderson Ballard, Marshall, New Orleans, La. Bamberger, David Harned, Charlotte Banks, Hugh Frederick, Louisville, Ky. Barfield, Samuel Campen, Wilmington Fourtli Row: Barlow, Richard Dean, N. Wilkesboro Barnes, Jesse Norris, III, Elm City Barnes, Kenneth O ' Neal, Fostoria. Ohio Barnes, Ospy Dennis, Rocky Mount Barnes, Ralph Spencer, Jackson Barnett, William Howard, Huntersville Barnhill, James Herbert, Wilmington Bartol, Christopher Perry, Tryon Fifth Row: Bassett, Henry Burt, Annandale, Va. Batten, Wesley Alvin, Burlington Battle, Charles Henry, Miami, Fla. Bauer, William Henry, W. Orange, N. J. Bauguess, David Eugene, Winston-Salem Bagles, Samuel H., Port Washington, N. Y. Beach. Edward Gray, Rye, N. Y. Beach, Robert McDaniel, Robersonville Sixth Row: Seattle, Guy B., Jr., Raleigh Beaver, James Harry, Landis Beck, James Douglas, Lake Worth, Fla. Beim, George, Palisades, N. Y. Bell, Daniel Milton, Jacksonville, Fla. Bender, Harold Johnson, Winston-Salem Bennett, Robert Beale, Washington, D. C. Bensch, George William, Raleigh Seventh Row: Berkley, Margaret Faye, Chapel Hill Bernstein, Jeffrey Alan, Suffolk, Va. Biggs, Alexander Graham, Jr., Elkin Bissell, Michael, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Blackwell, Michael Clitus, Gastonia Blackwood, Danny Lee, Haw River Blake, Gerald Wayne, Jacksonville Blake, Peter Warren, Rumson, N. J. Eighth Row: Blalock, James Ronald, Sanford Bland, Gerald Hall, Raleigh Blevins, Blaine William, Jr., Andrews Blizzard, George Franklin, Jr., Navassa Boatman, Byron Lee, Mt. Airy Bobrowske, Dennis Edward, Fayetteville Bogache, William K., Myrtle Beach, S. C. Bonner, Allan Baker, Jr., Hertford Ninth Row: Boswell, Carl Joe, Stantonsburg Boswell, Ralph Henry, Ft. Carson, Colo, Boswell, Robert Frederick, Newport Bourne, Louis Milton, Alexandria, Va. Bowen, John Melvin, Williamston Bowerman, Bill Roger, Chapel Hill Bowmon, David Lee, Hickory Boyers, Ronald Milton, Gibsonville Tenth Row: Brady, Phillip Winfield, Greensboro Bragunier, William Edwin, Tenafly, N. J. Brandt, George Fred, Chevy Chase, Md. Branon, Rovy Frost, Jr., Charlotte Brewer, James Clark, Greenville Bridgers, Lanny Boone, Jackson Briley, Mildred Anne, Greenville Brinkhouse, William K., Chapel Hill Eleventh Row: Brinkman, Marion F., Thornwood, N. Y. Brock, Frank Acree, Lookout Mtn., Tenn. Brooks, Harry Dean, Wilmington Broom, Thomas Filmore, Hendersonville Brown, Charles Palmer, Albemarle Brown, Hobson, Jr., Harwinton, Conn. Brown, Robert Lee, Loveland, Ohio Bruce, Robert Michael, Raleigh Twelfth Row: Brunson, William Davidson, Charlotte Bryon, Harrel Dean, Chinquapin Bryan, Robert Leon, Jr., Kinston Buchanan, Victor Wayne, Greensboro Buckley, Charles Robinson, III, Raleigh Buell, William M., Richmond, Va. Buffkin, Billy Bryan, Whiteville Buie, Bradley McCallum, Red Springs Buie, Lawrence Christopher, Maxton Bundy, Thomas William, High Point Bundy, Vee Mayo. Madison Burgess, Harold Douglas, Murphy Burkhalter, George Anton, Charlotte Burnes, Richard John, Roselle, N. J. Burt, Edward Ramsey, Biscoe Burton, Rebecca Elizabeth, Bolivia Second Row: Butler, David Allison, High Point Butler, Gerrie Jane, Oreland, Pa. Butner, Howard Eugene, Winston-Salem Bynum, Edwin Council, Jr., Stantonsburg Byrnes, Ronald Laurence, Wake Forest Cagle, Johnny Allen, Carthage Camp, James Monroe, Jr., Gastonia Cannell, Carolyn Joan, Weirton, W. Va. Third Row: Carpenter, Miles Smith, Jr., Charlotte Carpenter, Parks Cleveland, Lowell Carr, George Watts, III, Durham Carr, James Osborn, Jr., Wallace Carrier, Richard Warren, Drexel Hill, Pa. Carrell, Barry Gwyn, Winston-Salem Carter, Charles Wesley, Sanford Carter, Dewey Gaston, Burlington Fourth Row: Carter, James Richard, Southern Pines Carter, Robert Love, St. Pauls Cartrette, Ronald Joe, Portsmouth, Va. Cartwright, Robert Mason, Fairfield Case, Willard Alan. Asheville Cashion, James Brannon. Charlotte Cassell, James Ladd, Ann Arbor, Mich. Cassels, John Pitch, Charlotte Fifth Row: Casteen, William Robert, Lynnhaven, Va. Caudill, John Gentry, Charlotte Caviness, Howard Gordon, Burlington Chandler, Colquitt Lee, Atlanta, Ga. Chandler, John Edward, III, Greensboro Chapman, Leicester, Nashville, Tenn Chapman, William Holmes, Suffolk, Va. Chatham, Raymond Hunt, III, Lawson, Mo. Siith Row: Cheek, David V., Annandale, Va. Cheek, Forrest Mumford, Greensboro Cherry, Robert Leo, Chapel Hill Cherry, Walter Theron, Jr., Mf. Olive Childress, Paul Madison, Gastonia Chilton, James Benny, V.(estfield Chinnis, Charles Samuel, Raleigh Christenson, Brian, Manhasset, N. Y. Seventh Row: Church, George Franklin, Purlear Church, John D,, Shelby Clapp, George William, Greenville Clark, Elizabeth Blythe, Pinetops Clark, Norwood Graham, Wilmington Clark, Thomas B., Greensboro Clayton, Haywood Monroe, Morrisville Clayton, William Patrick, Hillsboro Eighth Row: Clegg, Gerald Marius, Charlotte Clifford, Locke T., Ware Shoals, S. C. Cline, Julius Danny, Hickory Clotfelter, James Hodson, Atlanta, Ga. Coats. Lieonard Edward, Dunn Coble, Spencer Alan, Greensboro Cohen, Melvin Lenard. Morganton Coleman, Enoch Henry, Shallotte Ninth Row: Collins, Dewey Wayne, Fayetteville Collins, Glen Jennings, Memphis, Tenn. Collins, Wesley William, Columbus, Ga. Coin, William Gerald, Rockingham Cone, Benjamin, Jr., Greensboro Conner, Cecil Clair, Jr., Greensboro Connolly, John, Jackson Heights, N. Y. Conrad, John William, High Point Tenth Row: Cook, Calvin Douglas, Canton Cook, William Wilson, Madison Cooler, Richard M., Walterboro, S. C. Cooper, Bruce Stephen, Winston-Salem Cornwell, Robert Earl, Lawndale Corpening, John Paylor, High Point Coulter, James C, Cleveland Covington, David Eric, Winston-Salem Eleventh Row: Cox, Bobby Leon, Winston-Salem Cox, Milford Chantwin, Jr., Thomasville Craig, Hoyle Bickford, Durham Crawford, David Palmer, Flint, Mich. Crawley, Waldorf Garrold, Raeford Crawley, William Justis, Jamesville Crespo, Fred Lewis, Atlanta, Ga. Cribbin, Thomas Michael, Greensboro Twelfth Row: Crissman, Patricia Ann, Chapel Hill Crocker, Joseph Melville, Selma Crowner, Stuart W., Gouverneur, N. Y. Currie. John Lauchlin, Carthage Daly, Christopher J., Hyattsville, Md. Dampier, Bobby Hugh, Morrisville Dana, Thomas Wolcott, III, Hickory Daniel. Wallace Lee, Jr., Durham First Row: Daniels, Lonnie Aaron, Morehead City Daves, Walter Marrow, Jr., Durham Davis, Beverly Alice, Chapel Hill Davis, Clyde Edwin, Cornelius Davis, Nancy Kay. Durham Davis, Norman McBrayer, Jr., Charlotte Davis, Thomas Fitzgerald. Jr., Roxboro Davis. William Raeford, Fayetteville Second Row: Dawson, Claude Edward, Chatham, Va. Oellinger, Jerry Craig. Kannapolis DeLung. Harry Leonard. Atlanta. Ga. Derr. Dailey Jonathan. Asheboro Dettinger. Elmer R.. III. Chapel Hill Devin. Robert S., Silver Spring. Md. Devine, Foy Roberson, Hampton, Va. Dickson, George Waitt, Hillsboro Third Row: Dinero, Thomas Edward, Kenmore, N. Y. Dixon, Kent Hoolser, Miami, Fla. Dixon. Marion Monroe, Greensboro Doares. Joseph McClure, Jr., Lumberton Dobosh, Richard G., Nesquehoning, Pa. Dodd. David Young, Henderson Dougherty, Glen Noble, Montville, N. J. Doughton. Walter Lee, Washington, D. C. Fourth Row: Downing. Diane Alice, Charlotte Doyle, John Howard, Statesville Drake, James Edwin, Charlotte Drennan. Dorothy Sue. Belmont Dudley. Larry Willard. Dunn Duggins. Victor F.. Greeneville. Tenn. Duncan, Thomas Stanford, Durham Dunlap, Bryant Overton, Jr., Clinton Fifth Row: Dunlap, Charles C, Aruba, Neth. Ant. Dunn, Noel Lee, West Hartford. Conn. Durand. Harry W.. Lookout Mtn.. Tenn. Durham. Lorenzo Lionel. Jr., Charlotte Dutton, James Robert, Greensboro Dykstra, John Richard. Chapel Hill Eager. Howard Lloyd, Richmond. Va. Eanes, Samuel Kellam, Thomasville Sixth Row: Economon, Wayne Nichols, Morehead City Edens, Gary Denton, Salisbury Edmund, John Charles, Lumberton Edwards. Daniel Hampton. Tryon Edwards. Herbert Jackson. Goldsboro Edwards, Ralph Thomas, Waynesville Edwards, Sam Bingham, Jr., Sanford Eggleston, Tony Edward, Rocky Mount Seventh Row: Eller, Daniel Wayne, Spencer Eller, Revis Radford, Purlear Ellis, Richard Whitlowe. Holly Springs Ellis, William Gaston, Martinsville, Va. Elvin, Michael Stuart. Alexandria, Va. Emerson. Robert Scheib. Manhasset, N. Y. Emory, William B.. New Orleans, La. Ennis, Gordon Earl, Erwin Eighth Row: Enos, Alanson Trask, Greenwich, Conn. Ettman. James K., Memphis, Tenn. Evans. Earl Sibley, Cary Evans, Kelly Douglas, Greensboro Evans, Wiley Neal, III. W. Asheville Everette. Stephen Gerald. Pink Hill Faint, Arthur John, Ft. Washington. Pa. Fairchild, Albert E., Winston-Salem Ninth Row: Farmer. Jean Warren. Charlotte Farrington. Stephen. Short Hills. N. J. Farthing, Donald Keith. Tryon Faulk, Randy Kelly, Sanford Ferrell, Calvin D. Woodrow, Raleigh Ferrell, Roy Lee, Jr., Roanoke Rapids Fink, Christopher Boles. Chapel Hill Fishel, Irvin Manly, Winston-Salem Tenth Row: Fisher. John Lewis. Jr., Asheville Fisher, Patricia Diane. Asheville Fleming. Richard Eddington, Landis Flora. Ralph Carl. Fort Bragg Flournoy. Henry Warnock. Macon. Ga. Flowers. Sammy Kaye, Wilson Flye, Melvyn Wayne, Tarboro Fogleman, W. Wainwright, Winston-Salem Eleventh Row: Ford, Emily Gail, Chapel Hill Forloines, George Andrew. Red Springs Forrester, Roy Lane, II, Durham Foster, William Lee, Mocksville Fountain, Donna Gene, Wilmington Foust. Larry Foil, Lexington Fowler, Peter Ritchie. Darien. Conn. Franklin. Linda Sue. Statesville Twelfth Row: Freeman. Kenneth A.. Silver Spring, Md. Freeman, Numa Franklin, Jr., Louisburg French, James J., Ormond Beach, Fla. Friedman. Ronald Michael. Miami, Fla. Frye, Steven Raleigh, Hickory Fuller, William Bryan, Hickory Gaber, Mark Joel, Miami, Fla. Gaither, Gerald Lee, High Point m ni] mm WEmi amm First Row: Gall, William Ross, Windsor Galvin, Alexander, Proctorville, Ohio Gamewell, Jennifer, Salisbury Ganson, Beverly L.. Delray Beach, Fla. Gardner, Lawrence Lee, Jr., Durham Gardner, Thomas Hamilton, Greensboro Garrard, Gardiner W., Columbus. Ga. Garrell, Joe C., Tabor City Second Row: Garrison, Charles Edwin, Biscoe Garrison, Robert Donald, Hayesville Garrison, Stephen Little, Charlotte Geer, Edmond Troy, Jr., Aberdeen Getsinger, John Graham, Goldsboro Gikow, Lewis Abbott, Millburn. N. J. Gilbert, Bonn Arthur, Jr., Charlotte Gilbert, Lyman D., Bowmansdale, Pa. Third Row: Gillette. Paul Crawford. Johnsonville Gischel. Gary, New Britain, Conn. Glace, Kenneth William, Jr., Pilot Mtn. Gladstein, Michael Jay, Durham Goetz, Charles Moran. Chevy Chase, Md. Goldby, Eric Alan, Long Beach, N. Y. Golden, Terry Donald, Raleigh Goldsmith, Alan McDowell, Atlanta, Ga. Fourth Row: Goldstein, Steven Ira. Marion Good, Gerald LeRoy, Miami, Fla. Goode, Michael Kelly, Butner Goodman, Edward G,, Leiand Goodman. John Hocutt. Greensboro Goodnight. Kenneth Marius, Salisbury Gocdridge. William. Rancho Santa Fe. Cal. Goodyear. George Sullivan. Charlotte Fifth Row: Gorsuch. Norman C, Rego Park, N. Y. Grady, Thomas Francis, Belmont Graham, Ivey Daniels. Beaufort Gram. Wallace D., Washington, D. C. Grant, Richard DeGolier, Madison, Conn. Gray, Bowman. III. Winston-Salem Greene. Malachi Jerome. Charlotte Gregory. Augustus Merrimon. Salisbury Sixth Row: Griffin, Harold Wilson, Rocky Mount Griffin, Joseph Waldo, Williamston Griffin, Morris Hal, Davidson Griffin, William Clyde, Williamston Griffith, Bryce Williamson, Charlotte Grigg, Clyde Lee, Smithfield Grimes. William Demsie. Washington Grosboll. Gary Dean. Charlotte Seventh Row: Gross. Charles Norvell. Pfafftown Gruehn. John Thomas. Greensboro Gruenhut. Stephen Jerry. Statesville Gulier. Philip Arthur. Charlotte Gunster. Walter Eugene, III, Ft. Bragg Gunter, Kenneth Wilson, Bon Aire, Va. Gupton, William Owen, Zebulon Guy, Henry Federick, Beulaville Eighth Row: Hamilton, Robert Cabot, Winston-Salem Hamilton, Thomas Samuel, Jr., Sanford Hamlin, Joseph John, Rutherfordton Hammer, David Murray, Atlantic Hamrick, Fred Carroll, Elizabeth City Hamrick, James Terry, Mooresboro Handy, Walter R., Jr., Bayside, Va. Hanson, Barbara Lee, Villanova, Pa. Ninth Row: Hardie, Donald Lee, Graham Harding, Benjamin Hackett, Jr., Elkin Hardister, Robert Barton, Durham Hargis. Ronald Lathan. Burlington Harper, Ralph Ragan, Gastonia Harrell, James Waitus, Jr., Rosehill Harrell, Manfred Franz. Columbia Harrington, Abner Brown, Sanford Tenth Row: Harris, James Nimrod. Jr.. Glen Raven Harris. Leon William. Robbins Harrison, Harold Gray, Thomasville Harrison, Reginald Woodrow, Wilson Hart, Elzie Franklin, Jr., Burlington Hathaway. Peter Leon. Naples, Fla. Hawkins, Hubert Wilson, Jr., Madison Hays, William Arthur, Jr., Franklin Eleventh Row: Haywood, Roger Kent, Mount Gilead Heacock, Donald, Washington, D. C. Hearne, Gary Lynn, Stanton, Ky. Heatherly, Charles Roy, Candler Heavner, Phyllis Colclough, Chapel Hill Hedgecoe, Sarvis, Joel, Tabor City Hedman, Lyle Donnell. Wilmington Hembree, Lloyd John. Charlotte Twelfth Row: Hemrick. Harold McWhorter, Kinston Henley. Thomas Franklin. Chapel Hill Henriksen. Harold Eugene. Wilmington Henry, David Patterson, Chapel Hill Henry, Richard, Coral Gables, Fla. Henson, Ronald Colin, Otto Hickmon, Leon Edward, Wilmington Hicks, Ben Horner, Henderson First Row: Hicks, Judith Elizabetli. High Point Hicks. William Minor, Jr., Oxford Hill. Edward Harvie. Jr., Plymouth Hiller. Robert Eric, Coral Gables, Fla. Hipps. Dean, Asheville Hipps, William David, Morganton Hobbs, Charles McA.. Williamsburg. Va. Hobbs. James M., Kinston Second Row: Hobbs, John Whitfield, Wilmington Hobbs, William. Washington. D. C. Hodge, Jerry Lee, Salisbury Hodges, Henry Latham, Jr., Washington Hodges, James Lenue. Wilmington Hoehn, Edward George, Hanover, N. H. Hofler. James Carrol. Sunbury Holderness. James Braswell. Tarboro Third Row: Holleman. Curtis Edwin, Fuquay Springs Hollingsworth, John Frederick. Wilson Holmes, William B.. Chappaqua. N. Y. Holt. George Henry. Burlington Honeycutt. Jeffrey Scott. Marion Honeycutt, Lattie Fuller, Jr., Raleigh Hood, Thomas Leroy, Dover Hooper, Ronald Dale, Elkin Fourth Row: Horner. James Thomas. Jr.. Durham Horstey. Shirley Amanda. Gastonia Horton, Marcia Lee. Guilford. Conn, Howard. Edwin Roger, Winston-Salem Howard, Michael Leo. Riverside. Conn. Howe. David William. Greensboro Howe. John Elmer. Jr.. Hamlet Howell. Jayne Lynn. Apex Fifth Row: Howell. Michael Stephen. Norwood Hoyle. John Crawford. Greensboro Hubbard. Charles Spence. Chapel Hill Huffman. Allen William. Jr.. Hickory Hughes. Richard Edward. Parkton Hughes. Robert Knox. Asheboro Hull. Jimmy Edward. Gastonia Hundley. Robert Miller. Stuart. Va. Sixth Row: Huneycutt. James E., Jr., Rockingham Hunter, Alsey Dalton, Jr., Cary Huske, Isaac Manning, Cooleemee Hyman, Louis Ephriam, Baltimore. Md Imes. William Carl. Birchdale. Minn. Ingram. Milford Allen. Wadesboro Israel. Douglas. Pisgah Forest Iversen. Steven Robert. Glenview, III. Seventh Row: Jackson. Diane June, Omaha, Neb. Jackson. Donald Wilkerson. Raleigh Jackson. Robert. Rockingham Jackson. Samuel. St. Michaels. Md. Jackson. Wayne Alford. Tarboro James. Robert Lee. Marion Jamison. Forrest Robert, Hickory Jamison, Mary Elizabeth, Charlotte Eighth Row: Jarman, Richard Rankin, Gastonia Jason, Peter H.. Woodmere. N. Y. Jay. Annie Lou. Raleigh Jenkins. Michael Bruce. Star Jenkins. Robert Bain. Jr.. Gastonia Jernigan. Albert Daniel. Durham Jess. Everett M.. Jr., Fairfield, Conn Johnson, Mary Lou, Clayton Ninth Row: Johnson, Robert Harry, Charlotte Johnston, James Marion, Jr., Edenton Johnston, John Gardner, Cha rlotte Jolis, Paul Ortega, Paris, France Jones, Cavil Maurice, Beaufort Jones, Charles Parker, Goldsboro Jones Ernest Larry, Landis Jones, Fred Ingram, High Point Tenth Row: Jones, Martha Verlette. Chapel Hill Jones, Robert Brook, Greensboro Jones. Ronald Wayne. Fayetteville Jones, Steve Michael, Concord Jones, Thomas Henry, Kenly Jordan. James Trenton. Jackson Springs Joseph. George Souma. Greensboro Josephs. Frederick Allen. Charlotte Eleventh Row: Joyner. Ronald Freeman, Ahoskie Julian, Daniel Lee, Salisbury Kaplan. Steven Robert. Hempstead. N. Y. Katz. Robin Arthur. Lido Beach. N. Y. Keck. Daniel Steve. Burlington Keistler, Cherie Kaye, Charlotte Kellerman, George R., Honolulu, Hawaii Kelly, Anne Marie, Fayetteville Twelfth Row: Kelly, James Norman, Jr., Sanford Kemp, Thomas Law, III, Chapel Hill Kerley, Eileen Gordy, Durham Kerley, James Edward, Durham Kesler, William Thomas, Greensboro Ketner, John Herman, Jr.. Concord Killian, John. Wellesley Hills, Mass. King, Benny E., Asheville f I ? t First Row: King, John Thomas, Concord King, Marcus Clifton, Chapel Hill King, William Douglas, Greensboro Kinlaw, David Hutchinson, Bladenboro Kinney, George Sandifer, Hendersonville Kirk, Clyde Roy, Chattanooga, Tenn. Kleiman, Scott Gerald, Raleigh Klinker, Brian Paul, S. Deerfield, Mass. Second Row: Knighten, Martha Diane, Winston-Salem Knott, John Buxton, III, Durham Kyles, Max Austin, Statesville Lafterty. Robert Parks, Concord Lambeth, Kenneth Joe, Lexington Land, Cleo Edward, Jr., Greensboro Lane, James Randolph. Jr., Asheboro Lane, Dallas Scott, Stantonsburg Third Row: Langdon, Joseph, Washington, D. C. Langley, Rufus Benjamin, Four Oaks Langston, Sherrill Douglas, Princeton Lankford, Frank G., Farmville, Va. Lankford, Shelton Frank, N, Wilkesboro Larrick, James K, Lexington, Mass. Lawther, Francis Rivers, Wilmington Leake, Arthur Eldridge, Jr., Marshall Fourth Row: LeBlanc, John W., Fayetteville Ledford, James Larry, Gastonia Lee, Charles Richard, Washington, D, C. Lee, James Parker, Princeton Lee, John Michael, Gastonia Leggett, Robert Franklin, Lumberton Legler, Mitchell Wooten, Memphis, Tenn. Lehrer, Steven E., Valley Stream, N. Y. Fifth Row: Lennox, J. Andrew, New Orleans, La. Lesavoy, Malcolm Alan, Allentown, Pa. Levitt, Marc David, Brooklyn, N. Y. Lewis, Clifford Thomas, Beaufort Lewis, William Horace, Jr., Farmville Lewisohn, Richard, III, N. Y. C, N. Y. Lincoln, Charles Howard, Smyrna Lineberger, Walter Sullivan, Charlotte Sixth Row: Ling, Edward S., Long Valley, N. J. Litsinger, Glenn Mitchell, Jr., Hickory Little, George Wesley, Southern Pines Little, John Zebulon, Albemarle Little, Willie Melvin, Jr., Selma Livengood, Norman Blackwell, Rocky Mount Lloyd, Evelyn Pauline, Hillsboro Lloyd, Harry Walker, Hillsboro Seventh Row: Lloyd, Virginia Ann, Chapel Hill Long, Robert Bobo, Jr., Asheville Love, William Baylis, Baltimore, Md. Lowe, Richard Emory, Cramerton Lowe, Robert Fielding, Fairmont Lowrimore, Joney Day, Tabor City Lucas, Charles Clement, Jr., Lucama Lucas, Robert Paige, Baltimore, Md. Eighth Row: Lyday, William Jackson, Yanceyville Lynch, Wilson Locke, Spartanburg, S. C. Lynn, Cy Kellie, Jr., Valdese Lynn, George D., Mt. Home AFB, Idaho Lyon, Washington D., Charleston, W. Va. McAllister, William Howard, Pittsboro McArthur, Douglas Ray, Red Springs McChristian, Joseph A., Fort Knox, Ky. Ninth Row: McCollum, John Carl, Pittsboro McCormick, Russell H., Pilot Mountain McDaniel. George D., Bronxville, N. Y. McDevitt, Larry Stephen, Asheville McDonald, James John, Harrington, Del. McEntire, Jerrill Lee, Old Fort McGill, Douglas, Willowdale, Ontario McGraw, Marcus Page, Gaithersburg, Md. Tenth Row: McKee, Michael Thomas, Kings Mtn. McKeenan, William W., Newport, R. I. McKethan, William A., Fayetteville McKinney, David Michael, Lexington McKnight, Philip Kinsey, San Juan, P. R. McLamb, James Norwill, Wilmington McLamb, John Gordon, Benson McLemore, Gilbert C, Atlanta, Ga. Eleventh Row: McLemore, Wayne Castle, Eton, Ga. McLeod, Alexander, Albemarle McLeod, Gerald Graham, Sanford McMann, William Edward, Danville, Va, McNeill, Paschall Hancock, Sanford McNinch, John Hale, Charlotte McRee. Archie Dale, Newton McWilliams, William G., Norfolk, Va. Twelfth Row: Mabe, Pearlie Sprunt, Clinton MacArthur, Robert William, Charlotte Malak, Ronald Francis, Natrona, Pa. Macaulay, Robert Fussell, Elwyn, Pa. Mackler, Stephen Barry, Smithheld Madsen, John Edward, Plainfield, N. J. Malobicky, Larry John, Tarentum, Pa. Manasse, Gabriel Otto, Durham First Row: Mangum, Ralph Anderson, Charlotte Mangum, Wallace Shaw, Laurinburg Mann, Harold Thompson, Hickory, Va. Mannino. James Alfred, Westfield, N. J. Marshall, Diane Renetta, Jacksonville Martin, Ernest Lee, III, Statesville Martin, Johnny David, Madison Martin, Margaret, Mount Olive Second Row: Martin, Robert, Jr., Reidsville Martin, Robert Gale, Jonesville Martin, Samuel Anthony, Farmville, Va. Mason, Marvin Hawley, Rutherfordton Massey, John Wesley, Clayton Massie, Kent Belmore, Waynesboro, Va. Matheson, Barbara Louise, Asheville Matlock, Mary Barker, Greensboro Third Row: Matthev;, John Little, Sweet Briar, Va. Mattocks, Don Wynne, Maysville Mauldin, Clarence Edward, Fayetteville Mayes, Joe Douglas, Charlotte Merrill, Henry Dobbel, Washington, D. C. Merritt, Ben Gilbert, Jr., Concord Merritt, Rebecca Lou, Chapel Hill Michaels, Edward, Monroeville, Ala. Fourth Row: Miles, John Pickett, Asheville Miller, Bonnie Lee, Charlotte Miller, David Jarman, Roanoke Rapids Miller, Edmund John, Larchmont, N. Y. Miller, Ronnie Henderson, Spencer Mills, Richard Clark, Taylorsville Mintz, Rudolph Ivey, Jr., Wilmington Mitchell, William Pete, Goldsboro Fifth Row: Mittendorf, William, Alexandria, Va. Mock, Jacob Loftin, Jr., Laurinburg Monroe, Joseph Reece, Eagle Springs Montague, John Currie, Norfolk, Va. Moore, Earl Raefiel. Jr., Erwin Moore, Paul Arrington, Jr., Clinton Moore, Robert H., Rehoboth Beach, Del. Moore, Steve Findley, Raleigh Sixth Row: Morgan, Harvey, Winston-Salem Morgan, Tobias Jenkins, Salisbury Morris, James, III, Redwood City, Cal. Morris, Michael, Jackson Heights, N. Y. Morris, Richard, Jackson Heights, N. Y. Morris, Roger, Oklahoma City, Okla. Morrow, William, Mandarin, Fta. Morton, David Ronald, Albemarle Seventh Row: Moseley, Donald, Miami Shores, Fla. Moser. Anthony Mull, Greensboro Moses, William Bruce, Cullowhee Moulton, Raymond John, Durham Mummaw, Henry Harrison, Lancaster, Pa. Mummaw, Joseph William, Lancaster, Pa. Muncy, Thomas Edward, Sunbury Murnick, Elliott Paul, Charlotte Eighth Row: Murray, Donald M., Short Hills, N. J. Murrell, David Warren, Greensboro Myers, Christopher, W. Orange, N. J. Myers, Hugh Alan, Clayton Nance, Joseph Kinchin, Chadbourn Nash, David Charles, Chapel Hill Nash, John Raymond, Jr., Charlotte Nash, Roland Harrison, Greensboro Ninth Row: Navheim, Steve Alan, Washington, D. C. Neal, Jack Allen, High Point Neilson, David Cameron, Asheville Nelson, Craig, Atlanta, Ga. Neville, John Davenport, Spring Hope Neville, William Donald. Chapel Hill Newlin, Charles Bennett, Sanford Newman, Maynard Simons, Salisbury Tenth Row: Newton, Dorothy, Southern Pines Nichols, Herman Gudger, Asheville Nislick, Alex David, So. Orange, N. J. Noble, Theodore T., Washington, D. C. Noell, Robert Norman, Durham Nooney, Robert Keith, Plymouth Norman, Joseph Hunter, IV, Enfield Norris, Henry Steven, Spindale Eleventh Row: Norris, Nancy Jane, Chapel Hill Norwood, David Robert, Townsville Oakley, Lois Ann, Roxboro Odom, Jerome David, Burlington Ogden, Warren Cox, New Orleans. La. Oldham, James Howard, Greensboro Oliver, Margaret Alice, Whiteville Oliver, Robert Mitchell, Miami, Fla. Twelfth Row: Opdyke, Richard Lee, Winston-Salem Orenstein, Leo Richard, Southport Orovan, Ronald C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ostergren, Allan, Douglaston, N. Y. Owen, James Melvin, Roseboro Owens, Michael Ray, Walkertown Page, John Carlton, Burlington Page, Thomas Walker, Durham Wan wamB mmi I f I I First Row: Painter, Stephen Savery, Towson, Md. Parker, Charles Francis, IVIanson Parker, James Judd, Varina Parker, John Edgar, Gastonia Parker, Joseph Wilson, Four Oaks Parker, Kellis Earl, Kinston Parker, WMIiam Deering, Greensboro Parkman, David Ames, Charlotte Second Row: Parks, Harry Reid, Raeford Parlier, David Cecil, Charlotte Patterson, Jerry E., Kings Mountain Paul, W. Larry, Burlington Pavlovsky, Potter Dwight, Fayetteville Payne, James Eric, North Wilkesboro Peacock, Edwin Bruton, Wilmington Pearce, Arthur W., Fairfield, Conn. Third Row: Pearson, Douglas Lamar, Franklin Pease, Robert George, Burlington Peele, Franklin, Titusville, Fla. Peele, Olivia Estes, Franklinton Peery, Robert Nelson, Jr., Newton Perry, Franklin Stewart, Windsor Perry, Thomas Linwood, Montross, Va. Peterson, Kent, Louisville, Ky. Fourth Row: Peterson. Theodore Ezzell, Jr., Garner Phillips. John Humphrey, Morehead City Phillips. Robert Carroll, Matthews Phillips, William Royal, Roseboro Pickett, Harry Wayne, Durham Pierce, Edward 0., Raleigh Pierce, Louis Clinton, Jr., Madison Pipkin, James Stanton, Spencer Fifth Row: Pittman, James Aubrey, Scotland Neck Pleasants. John Gerald, Jr., Durham Polakavetz, Sandra Helen, Statesville Pollock, Joseph Graham, Gatesville Pool, Joseph Derril, Jr., Charlotte Poole, Henry Elbert, Greensboro Poole, James Robert, Lumberton Poovey, Phillip Ray, Hickory Sixth Row: Pope, Larry Hicks, Troutman Pope, Ralph Williams, Conway Poplin, Zannie Gaynelle, Albemarle Poteat, Milton Oscar, Salisbury Poteat, William Asbury, Morganton Potter. Frank Grafton, Sanford Powell, Hugh, Chattanooga, Tenn, Powell, Patrick Lavern, Durham Seventh Row: Pressley, Harvey Hansel, Greensboro Prince, William Lanier, Pinehurst Proctor, Grover Belmont, Chapel Hill Proctor, Harold Dean, Hickory Protfitt, Carolyn Rebecca, Burnsville Putzel, Michael, New Haven, Conn. Quinn, Michael Kennedy. Towson, Md. Raby, Michael Thomas, Randleman Eighth Row: Rackley, Richard Earl, High Point Ragland, Lois, Jacksonville, Fla. Ramsey, William Jasper, Raleigh Randolph, William Gaylord, Kinston Ratlitf, John Preston, Wadesboro Rawls. Betty Lou, Oxford Ray. Gilbert Whitted, Fayetteville Ray, James Pendleton, Hillsboro Ninth Row: Read, George Stephen, Norlina Reddick. Robert Lee, Kinston Reed, Douglas Cole, Richmond, Va. Reid, James Jefferson, Columbia, S. C. Reid, Joseph Neal, Rocky Mount Reid. Kenneth Manning, Southern Pines Reitzel, James Richard, Jr., Durham Renwick, Francis, Roanoke Rapids Tenth Row: Reynolds, David Caldwell, Raleigh Rhinehardt, John Lafayette, Charlotte Rhodes, Barry McKinley, Forest City Rhyne, William Rudisill, Gastonia Rice. Charles Peyton, Lenoir Rich. William Joseph, Burlington Ring. Elizabeth Ann. High Point Roberson, James Henry, Candler Eleventh Row: Roberts, Durward Thomas, Chapel Hill Roberts, Jan Wayne, Lillington Robertson, Jerry Wayne, High Point Robertson, William R., Albrook AFB, C. Z. Robinson, Dale Wally, Asheville Robinson, Samuel F., Lookout Mtn., Tenn. Robinson, Thomas Clay, Oxford Robinson, William, Georgetown, S. C. Twelfth Row: Roessiger, Peter D., Greenwich, Conn. Rogers, Arthur Henry, Jr., Burlington Rogers, Franklin Rembert, Tabor City Rogers, James Ted. Jr., Statesville Rollins, James R., New Orleans, La. Roof, Nathaniel E., Sumter, S. C. Rosenbaum, Jerry, West Orange, N. J. Rosental, George Eric, Greensboro First Row: Rosenthal, Louis, Savannah, Ga. Roser, Herbert Gary, Santa Ana, Cal. Ross, James Hassell, Jr., Ayden Ross, Robert Wendell, III, Kinston Ross, William Griffin, Williamston Roth, Richard Lane, New York, N. Y, Rouse, Lawrence H., Kenilworth, N. J. Rubin, Leslie Alvin, Atlanta, Ga. Second Row: Ruffin, Alger Coleman, Greenville Running, Kenneth, Roanoke Rapids Rusher, James Thomas, Salisbury Russell. Douglas M., Dover Sabo, Richard Stephen, Roselle, N. J. Saboski, Arthur Peter, Hickory Sanders, Dewey Nelson, Willow Springs Sanders, Frank Roy, Silver Spring, tM. Third Row: Saunders, Stuart Thomas. Roanoke, Va. Scarborough, Junius F., Statesville Schenck, Paul Wilfong, III, Greensboro Schiff, Albert, Forest Hills, N. Y. Schmidt, Alice Maria, Elon College Schoch, Robert Rodes, High Point Schools, Arthur Beale, Richmond, Va. Scott, Clinton Neil, Columbia Fourth Row: Sehorn, Samuel Leroy, Charlotte Senkus, William Michael, Winston-Salem Sexton, Paul Wayne, Stoneville Seymour, William Gordon, Southern Pines Shackelford, Harry Louis, Stantonsburg Shaffer, Charles Milton, Chapel Hill Shankle, William Ivey, Shannon Sharp, Jerry Lynn, Oak Ridge, Tenn. Fifth Row: Shavender, Eugene Franklin, Raleigh Shaw, Philip Carl, Four Oaks Shelley, Rowland McLamb, Raleigh Shins, Richard Mark, Allentown, Pa. Shoffner, Robert Lee, Jr., Burlington Short, Macon Watson, Henderson Shouse. Larry Ray, Winston-Salem Shrader, Donald Wesley, Chapel Hill Sixth Row: Shue, Robert Sidney, Haw River Siceloff, Jimmy Conrad, Mt. Airy Silvers, James Martin, Greensboro Simpson, Clarence Grady, Clinton Simpson, Clarence Joseph, Graham Singletary, Leith Paul, Greensboro Sizemore. Lawrence Lee, Clinton Skees, Robert Dresden, Greensboro Seventh Row: Sloan, David Clarence. Conover Slutsky. Myron Leonard, Gastonia Smith, Carol Ann Foster, Raleigh Smith, Charles Milton, Elizabeth City Smith, Christopher, Coral Gables, Fla. Smith, Edward Calvin, Jr., Lexington Smith, Jerry Wayne, East Bend Smith, Joseph Gordon, Jr., Statesville Eighth Row: Smith, Kirby Lee, Miami, Fla. Smith, Philip Logan, Winston-Salem Smith, Rae Patricia, Chapel Hill Smith, Raymond Franklin, Lexington Smith, Richard W., Malverne, N. Y. Smith, Robert Charles, Greensboro Smith, Rodney Lee, Fayetteville Smith, Vernon Oscar, N. Wilkesboro Ninth Row: Smithson, William Anthony, Winston-Salem Smoot, Arthur Fountain, Goldsboro Snell, Walter Joseph, Winston-Salem Snider, Conward Berton, Robbinsville Snoddy, Larry Don, Liberty Sokol, George John, Haverford, Pa. Soles, William Ray, Whiteville Somers, Larry Gordon, Reidsville Tenth Row: Sowder, John Hugh, N. Wilkesboro Sparks, James Ellis, Elizabeth City Speight, Jim Cornelius, Jr.. Rocky Mount Spence, Oris Preston, Raleigh Spencer, Ann Curtis. Chapel Hill Spivey, Teddy Ray, Sanford Spruill, James Henry, Windsor Spurrier, William Wayne, Charlotte Eleventh Row: Stanfield, Louis Garrett, Jr., Fairmont Starr, Melvin Thomas, Gastonia Stephens, David Bolan, Raleigh Stephenson, James P., Jr., Florence, S. C. Stephenson, Stephanie Diane, Sanford Stevenson, Clement Olin, Jr., Charlotte Stokes, Montford Young, Guilford Stone, Sharon Elizabeth, Griffon Twelfth Row: Stonestreet. James Frank, Albemarle Storck, Richard Alan, Charlotte Stovall, Robert Glenn, Jr., Roxboro Stranghan, James Fleming, Jr., Raleigh Straughn, William R., Ill, Chapel Hill Strause, Henry McDaniel, Henderson Street, Nicholas, Westport, Conn. Strickland, Roger Colon, High Point First Row: Strong, Jeffrey David, Tivoli, N. Y. Strother, Joseph Michael, Franlilinton Stroud, Jerry Sae, Roanoke Rapids Stroup, Bruce Bradley, Kannapolis Stroupe, Christopher R., Rutherford Col. Stubbs, Traurck Hamilton, Atlanta, Ga. Stubbs, William LaMont, Hamlet Stumberg, Elizabeth Orrell, Chapel Hill Second Row: Summers, Scott Earnest, II, Morganton Summey, William Lewis, II, Dallas Swaringen, Roy A., Jr., Winston-Salem Swicegood, Ronald Eugene, Thomasville Szenasy, Anthony Stephen, Durham Tadlock, James Albert, Jr., Calypso Talbot, Maurice Emmitt, Fayetteville Taylor, Alfred T., Jr., Garner Third Row: Taylor, John Carroll, Raleigh Taylor, Wade Anderson, Robersonville Teasley, Howell Kyser, Elberton, Ga. Tedesco, John James, Oaklyn, N. J. Temple, Gray, Columbia, S. C, Tesh, Ray Franklin, Winston-Salem Thomas, David Lloyd, Greensboro Thompson, Forrest Victor, Jr., Tarboro Fourth Row: Thompson, Herman 0., Jr., Chapel Hill Thompson, Ted Wayne, Greensboro Thornton, Willam Gerald, Clinton Tibbets, Lucinda Fay, Westfield, N. J. Todd, Jerry Henry, Sanford Todd, Virginia K., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Tolini, Joseph Anthony, Winston-Salem Toppell, Kenneth Lawrence, Miami, Fla. Fifth Row: Trachtenberg, Ronald Lee, Jacksonville Traynham, Donald Mitchell, Gastonia Trueax, Edmund Ross, McLean, Va. Trull, Charles Scott, Elizabeth, N. J. Turner, Benjamin Scott, Pink Hill Turner, Donald William, Kannapolis Turner, John Pate, Greensboro Turner, Lynwood Clifton, Pink Hill Sixth Row: Turner, Sidney Chesley, Wilson Turner, Stanford Lewis, High Point Turner, Walter Rupert, Southport Tyndall, John Raymond, Kernersville Tysinger, Ronnie Charles, Durham Umberger, Wallace Randolph, Burlington Underwood, Robert Lee, Jr., Greensboro Upp, Lindell Frances, Asheboro Seventh Row: Utsman, Robert Lee, Mebane Van Riper, Peter L., Detroit, Mich. Vaughn, Harold Stephen, Hickory Vaughn, Henry Franklin, Jr., Charlotte Vigodsky, Elliot T., Greenville, S. C. Vinson, Thomas Oliver, Goldsboro Waddell, Edwina DeLette, Raleigh Waddell, Lewis Eugene, Jr., Salisbury Eighth Row: Wagenseil, John White, Harrisburg, Pa. Walden, John Ivan, Moncure Walker, Ronald Eugene, High Point Walker, Thomas Roger, Lenoir VJallace, James Boyd, Ellerbe Wallace, James H., Falls Church, Va. Wallace, Nelson Ray, Lillington Waller, James Herbert, Kinston Ninth Row: Walser, Albert Franklin, Salisbury Walter, Nancy, Chapel Hill Walters, William Durward, Charlotte Walton, Ralph M., Granite Quarry Ward, Archibald Wilson, Goldsboro Ward, Frank Jefferson, Edenton Ward, Vance LeVerne, Tabor City Warner, Melvin Jobe. Jr., Rocky Mount Tenth Row: Warren, Harold Eugene, Mount Airy Warren, John A., Jr., Charleston, S. C. Watkins, George Henry, Spindale Watkins, Harry Richard, Durham Watkins, Jimmy Abell, Yanceyville Watters, Vernon Gregg, Rockingham Wauchope, Robert Donald, Brevard Weaver, Ronald Nelson, Rocky Mount Eleventh Row: Webster, William Arthur, Chapel Hill Weeks, Edwin Christopher, Elizabeth City Weigel, John Thurman, Jr., Rocky Mount Wells, George Otto, Jr., Atkinson Westfall, Barry F., Martinsville, Va. Weston, Jerry Setzer, Greensboro Wheeless, Edward Clifton, Clinton Whicker, Dewey Lester, Greensboro Twelfth Row: Whisnant, Jack Summey, Rutherfordton Whitaker, James Allen, Rocky Mount White, George Asthos, Jr., Hertford White, Martin Kellogg, Lumberton White, Paul Gaston, Dunn Whitfield, Elizabeth Carlisle. Durham Wilday, Charles David, Westfield, N. J. Wilfong, Robert Farrington, Greenville First Row: Wilkerson, Norman P., Winston-Salem Wilkinson, Kenneth William, Concord Willard, David Wayne, Pilot Mtn. Williams, Bertha Miranda, Apex Williams, David Ramsay, High Point Williams, Ray Adam, Charlotte Williams, Rhoderick Thomas, Jr., Farmville Williams, Richard Mackenzie, New Bern Second Row: Williams, Ronnie James, Concord Williams, William Baxter, III, Angler Williman, Joseph P., Charleston, S. C. Willis, Linda Lou, Charlotte Willis, Phillip Michael, Washington Wilson, Harold Lee, Norfolk, Va. Wilson, Martin Luther, Lake Lure Windley, Larry Weston, Washington Third Row: Winner, Dennis Jay, Asheville Winstead, Charlotte Suzanne, Roxboro Wismer, Henry, Chevy Chase, Md. Withers, Robert, Knoxville, Tenn. Wood, Charles Edviard, Four Oaks Wood, Craig Breckinridge, Norfolk, Va. Wood, William Alexander, III, Greensboro Woodall, Percy Daniel, Smithfield Fourtli Row: Woodall, Percy Jerome, Jr., Roxboro Woodard, Jerry Cleon, Wilson Woodruff, Robert, Southern Pines Wrench, Howard Carson, Fayetteville Wrench, Sue Hara, Roseboro Wright, Broadus, Jr., Washington, D. C. Wright, Charles William, Lexington Wright, Robert Williams, Tryon Fiftli Row: Wygand, James John, Charlotte Wyrick, Louis Ellis, Greensboro Yeatts, Ralph Leroy, Williamston Young, Jack Kraynick, Bellair, Fla. Young, Jack Welzie, Candler Young. Nancy Rebecca, Gastonia Young, Stephen Wiley, Angler Yessir, Johnnyboy, we ' ll see you tomorrow night at 7— first thing. Sl(its are always imaginative and the product of long hours, much work and talent. This is one of the highlights of rush. RUSH Perhaps the biggest, most thoroughly prepared, conscien- tious, and earnest undertaking for a segment of the University is a period entitled Rush. To the sororities it involves ten days of skits, charm, best possible appearances and inane con- versation. This is all made doubly difficult because of the rapid changeover in sorority membership due to our two year pro- gram here for women. To the boys, the atmosphere is less tense. No skits are in- volved but the appearances and conversation element are there as the various fraternities conduct five smokers of roughly two hours each. Perhaps the greatest problem to the fraternities is the number factor — having to pick forty out of five hundred people coming through. But all the forced smiling, hand shaking, who-do-you-knowing and pressure soon subsides and everyone always comes out with " the sharpest pledges on campus. " Kappa charm and madras. Heyhowyoudoing-gladtoseeyou. Myname ' s , Page 50 Sononitce Seated: Mary Bruce Rhodes, Treasurer; Anne Wright, F. L. Lacy, Secretary; Memrie Mosier, Vice-President, Marjorie Crane, President; Louise Williams, Betty Mattern. Standing: Jeane Huntley, Edie Davis, Mary Hunter Kennedy, Sally Womack, Marie! O ' Dell, Mary Alice Willwerth, Martha Hodsdon, Nancy Burnette, Dody Prevost, Lou Chapman, Anne Towers, Joan Jordan, Claudia McLaughlin, Elainl Livas, PANHELLENIC COUNCIL MARJORIE CRANE President The Panhellenic Council is composed of the Panhellenic advisor, Miss Isabelle MacLeod, and the President, Rush Chair- man, and Panhellenic representative from each of the seven UNC sororities and from the Stray Greek Organization. The purpose of this organization is to establish understand- ing and cooperation among the sororities. By discussing and reaching decisions regarding problems of sorority life, Pan- hellenic is able to set standards that are mutual for all groups. The Council also draws up and enforces the sorority rushing policies at Carolina. During the year, Panhellenic plans and 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. STRAY GREEKS The Stray Greek Organization, which was founded in 1944 under the lead- ership of Twig Branch, is composed of sorority women whose chapter is not represented on this campus. Its aims are to preserve the bonds of unity and sisterhood in sorority life, to provide cooperation between sorority and dor- mitory women, and to serve its members as a service and social organization. Each year the Stray Greeks take over the responsibility of the Panhellenic Post Office during sorority rush and its members serve as advisors in the dormitories. Following rush, the Stray Greeks hold the Pledge Tea and the Stray Greek-Panhellenic Pledge Picnic to honor the new pledge classes. The Stray Greeks also participate in service projects, social events, various campus activities, and Women ' s Athletic Association. NANCY BURNETTE President BALLENGER Phi Mu CHAPMAN Phi Mu CROMARTIE Phi Mu EVANS Delta Gamma HOUSTON Phi Mu JAMES, Vice-President Alpha Omicron Pi MERRITT Phi Mu PARKER Zeta Tau Alpha PATTERSON, Secretary Phi Mu PERRY Zeta Tau Alpha PRESCOTT Zeta Tau Alpha SHAW Phi Mu SMITH Alpha Chi Omega TABER Kappa Alpha Theta VAUGHAN Zeta Tau Alpha WOOD Delta Gamma Page 53 BETA UPSILON OF ALPHA DELTA P BAGGETT BAILEY BYRUM CARROLL CLARK COSTNER COWLES FAULKNER FRITZ Treasurer GREENFIELD HINSON JORDAN President KAUFMAN NEWBERRY PARROTT PIERCE PIPKIN POLLARD RODGERS Vice-President SIEGERT SMITH SWAIN THOMPSON Secretary TOWERS WEATHERS WICKER WILLIAMS Page 54 " How cute! " Memories . . . Castle painted grey . . . Barbara ' s Orientation . . . Cap ' n Towers . . . Wicker ' s winners . . . Tonna, Molly, and tennis . . . Vangi ' s big cards . . . Mickey-Miss Yack . . . Liza ' s " Page eleven " . . . Sandy ' s solid gold key . . . Princess Bev . . . Cathy ' s catastrophe . . . Peggy ' s treasured madras belt . . . Pat ' s charm bracelet . . . Mary Rogers frosted blonde . . . Martha ' s laundry , . . Emily ' s assessments . . . Betsy, Polly, Marion- Virginia Beach . . . Eloise ' s AAFM . . . Peg ' s cadavre . . . Becky ' s dex . . . Joanie ' s Gus-Gus . . . Judy ' s legislature . . . Joyce, Deanne, Baggett- " Bridge anyone? " . . . Life when we ' re young, like a song that is sung, passes as a tale that is told. PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Whitaker, Mitchell, Bicassa, Fletcher, Herrmann, Taylor, Ray, Sawyer, Ragland, Jordan, Langford. Second Row: Drohomer, Anderson, Humphreys, White, Davidson, Stennett, Lambe, Stol es, Tarlton, Terretta, Allen. Plummer, Mauser, Petersen, Hawley. Page 55 GAMMA EPSILON OF ALPHA GAMMA DELTA LIVAS President MITCHELL Secretary REED Vice-President SIVIITH TURLINGTON WARE Page 56 " We get a kick out of life. ' Well, let me tell you . . . Another year . . . Mrs. O ' Neill, grandest housemother in the world . . . Most terrific pledge class on campus . . . Flowers, everywhere! . . . Minnie mans the keys . . . Laini gabs . . . Brenda sleeps . . . " Hey, you guys " . . . " Ah cain ' t even Baleeve it! " . . . Grades vs. Social Calendar (Mary and B. G. Referee) . . . Wedding bells can be heard in the distance (Sally says so) . . . Goren reigns on the living room floor at dinnertime . . . Wanda ' s smile . . . Margie raises Panhel . . . Jeane " hurries " . . . Badminton, anyone? MILLIE BLANTON Pledge President PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: LIbbets, Carr, Hall, Smith. Second Row: Payne, Logsdon, Ctiostner, Blanton, Alford, Brown. Third Row: Wfilson, Hansen, Clayton, Upp, Small, Hoet, Horner, Bryant. Page 57 EPSILON BETA OF CHI OMEGA LANDAUER LEFFINGWELL McCLINTON Mcdonald MIXON NELSON NEWBY PADEN POLK POWELL PREVOST President SANDERS SCRIVERNER SIMMS SLATE SMITH SUGG TEMPLE TOWNSEND WHITEHURST WRIGHT. A. WRIGHT, J. WRIGHT. S. WYRICK Page 58 " Give ' m hell, heels " Do-Re-Me and all that jazz, no one has the pledge class that Chi has! " ... A new house mother and new turniture add more enthusiasm . . . Copeland ' s " aquarium " needed only gold fish ... Kay and Kathy cheer the Tar Heels . . . lanie wears the Homecoming Crown . . . " Pelican Wyrick " and the Bean Birds peck " Canary Cobb " ... Dee " Bambino " eats all her meals at the Sigma Chi House . . . Dana ' s intercom adds brief interlude of excitement . . . Bettie Ann, Gertie, Luanne and Mary Ann all aglitter with pins and rings . . . " Drawers " returns . . . " Motor mouth " gets laryngitis and the year ends " toute de suite. " LYNN McGregor Pledge President PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Howie, Hildebrand, Bennett, Bost, Copeland, Uzzell, Anderson, Bryan. Second Row: McGregor, Haynes, Van Liere, Nash, Dewey, Parham, Metcalfe, Northrop, Annan, Taylor, Watkins. Page 59 ALPHA SIGMA OF DELTA DELTA DELTA SAVAGE Vice-President SCHAEFER SIENKNECHT SMITH TIESLAU WALKER WHITE WHITLEY YEAGER Page 60 MARY HUNTER KENNEDY President Tri Delts make repairs. Once upon a time in a little green house lived the Tri Delts ... and oh what fun they had. Remember ... the porch paint- ing party ... and seeding the lawn ... and how our " Deltas " always seemed to be missing ... and Jasper our star rushee ... and judgment day when the ceiling fell in . . . and one little Delta had a beep ... and we ' re all such tweeds ... and Graham ' s favorite word ... and Fuquay never say die . . . and with Mrs. Harris and all the little pledges . . . they lived happily ever after. PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: House, Hayes, Coleman, Forsyth, Lang, Anderson, Bonner. Second Row: Frasier, Pinion, Walker, Bell, Hoffler, Pinyoun, Delves. Third Row: Cox, Jones, Hayes, Young, Cowper, Lester, Ivey, Straun, Quinn, Thomas, Puller. Page 61 BETA CHI OF KAPPA DELTA BAENSCH BRODIE " CLARK EASON GATES GREEN HUNT JOHNSON LACY LESHER MULLINS PINKERTON PRIMM SIMPSON SLAUGHTER SMITH Secretary STAFFORD SOWDER WALTON WOODALL YOH Vice-President Page 62 MARIEL O ' DELL President " Oh, that this too solid flesh would melt. ' K.D. ' s Are Talking About: ... the weary face of the florist, " Another dozen roses for Susan Woodall " . . . Kathie ' s terror at Vall yrie gong . . . DKE-KD superlative co-recers . . . when Nancy made a little " mistal e " and the lights went out . . . Libbi ' s " But professor, I ' ve only cut 11 times! " . . . trauma and Betsy ... the DTH ' s " rounder, firmer " and Doug, Mary B., Diane go on diets . . . Blake and Mary swooping in from the dorm . . . Suzanne ' s horrified, " Who stole the scholarship cup? " . . . wedding bells for Nan . . . Karen, Linda H., May: " Kitchen cases " until Joan caught them . . . beatniks in the basement . . . Hi ' s faculty friends ... the " Dumped On " Club, the falling bathroom door, the intercom, the lack of calm ... Joe Deutsch . . . Linda, Kay and Kennedy . . . AOT or ATO? . . . Chet, Sigma Chi troupe in the cave room . . . Tina and Peggy ' s Sorbonne experiences . . . Willy nursing the hypocondriacs . . . Sally puzzled over pledges . . , Lynn changing her major to Y-Cabinet ... 30 monotones and F.L. . . . Marie!: " I ' m just here gathering material for a story. " PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Copenhaver, Thompson. Brannan, Cravotta, Davis, Phillips. Second Row: Sexton. Carroll. Butler, Kornegay, Wollman, Chapin. Smith, Lawson, Pownall. Third Row: Turner, Jackson, Trapp, Swain, Jackson, Eichholz, Smith, Merrill, McKeller. Page 63 EPSILON GAMMA OF KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA AVERY BIVENS BONNYCASTLE COLLIER COYNER DAVIS FOARD GANSON GOLDSBOROUGH GWATHMEY HART HAWKINS Treasurer HUMPHREY KEMPER MICHAELS Vice-President PATTEN PICOT PLATT REYNOLDS RHODES SIIEPPARD SMITH SULLIVAN Secretary TIEDEMAN WAY WOMACK President Page 64 SALLY WOMACK President Veni, vedi . . . A GOLDEN YEAR — Airport reunion, September 6 ... No mumbo jumbo . . . Walking greensheets, now pledges . . . Fred, Blue Kangaroo, the Tank, and Sunshine with Kappas hanging out windows . . . Pigeons in the attic . . . Kappa mascots — Little Al Bino, Kappa, Kappa and Gamma . . . Kingsize keys for Ralph and company — Kappa ' s morale-lifters . . . Patio picnics and Patio patio parties . . . Early Beanbirds and Valkyries peck- ing and tapping . . . Beauties and Brains shine . . . Stereo — no more Marlboro packs . . . Pledge weekend bringing parties and pinnings . . , Kappa rock on . . . MANY HAPPY GOLDEN KEYS. PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Roberson, Bridgford, Leu, Wilson. Second Row: Knaus, IVlcCall, Williams, Beckwith, Day, Gonzalez, Van Every, Seaton. Third Row: Mooney, Silver, Whittaker, Ward, Hooks, Himelick, England, MacDougall, Teasdale, Sweeney, Ganson, Ferguson. Page 65 NORTH CAROLINA ALPHA OF PI BETA PHI McKINNEY Treasurer Mclaughlin MOOSE MOSIER OLDHAM POTTER RISIEN ROBERSON RUSSELL SAWYER SAYNOR Vice-President SEWELL SHAFFER SNYDER SORY THOMAS Page 66 MARTHA HODSDON President " Ashamed of your date? " With our twenty-four Pledges so happy are we From third floor to wing smiling faces you ' ll see. The arrow has led through a year full of fun: Each campus event a race to be run; Steaks at the Ranch House; the Faculty Tea; To that sparkling Weekend, each Pledge held the key; Nights spent in stuffing a chickenwire frame — For the laughter we ' ve shared, we ' d all accept blame. So with artists and scholars, beauty and pep, The Pi Phis are always surely in step. PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: McCabe, Tadlock, Zanetti, Froneberger, Stallings, Taylor. Second Row: Council. Smith, Davis, Cecil, Hendrick, Hoffman, Howell. Third Row: Haley, Claiborne, Benbow, Dunn, Bunn, Richert, Ruffin, Winstead, Fambrough, Luter. Page 67 WOMEN ' S RESIDENCE COUNCIL WOMEN ' S RESIDENCE COUNCIL — First Row: Joan Pinkerton, Edie Davis, Helen McCallum. Second Row: Sara Bragassa, Undine Caudle. Lee Kohn, Jackie Suber. Leiia Gibson, Nan Reed, Miss Carolyn Johnson. Third Row: Judy Allen, Liz Thomas, Judy Buxton, Mimi Smith, Gayle Henrotte, Becky Garner, Pat Sawyer, Pat Siegert. Women ' s Residence Council is the women ' s legislative branch of the Student Government. It makes and enforces all rules that pertain to the social stand- ards and welfare of the women enrolled in the University. It constitutes a vital link in the network of student-faculty relations by cooperating with the Dean of Women, the administration of the University, Student Government, Honor Council, and the Carolina Women ' s Council. By executing these duties. Resi- dence Council achieves its prime objective — to represent the women stu- dents of the University. It is the goal of the Council to effect a better University home for all coeds by establishing social rules and regulations for women ' s residences, coordinat- ing dormitory and sorority life within the University regulations, discussing any problems arising in the women ' s residences, granting late permissions, instill- ing in all coeds a respect for social regulations, and developing in them an appreciation for the helpful assistance offered to them by the dormitory and the University administrations. In addition to its regular functions, the Council serves in a judicial capacity in conjunction with the Women ' s Honor Council, which then assumes the name of Women ' s Council. This body tries cases involving violations of social rules, campus code, and House Council appeals. The Council selects the editor of the Womei] ' s Handbook and also serves as an interviewing committee for selection of Women ' s Orientation Coordinator in the Spring. Page 68 The Carolina Women ' s Council was organized in response to the need for cooperation and coordination in and among women ' s dormi- tories. The Council works in many areas of campus life, including academic, political, social, and athletic activities. The Social Chairman and the Activities Chairman from each dormitory make up the Council. The President is elected in the spring by campus-wide election. Some of the activities endorsed or sponsored by Carolina Women ' s Council are a guide service for visitors to the campus; the Carolina Belles, official hostesses to athletic events; Homecoming activities; dormitory participation in the Beat Dook parade; award and reception honoring the outstanding dormitory women; and a scholarship cup awarded to the dormitory with the highest scholastic average. The Carolina Women ' s Council strives to promote more spirit and participation by dormitory women in campus activities. This year the Council worked closely with Men ' s Interdormitory Council, Women ' s Residence Council, Women ' s Athletic Association, Stray Greeks, and the Student Athletic Council, in order to meet this goal. CAROLYN DURHAIVI President CAROLINA WOMEN ' S COUNCIL First Row: Jan McCloskey, Genny Phillips, Carolyn Durham, Carol Chapman. Bunnie Clemence. Second Row: Sarah Meadows, Frankie McGehee. Bobbie McRackan, Becky Garner, Ellen Coyne, Anna Henry, Gail Ford. Susan Lewis, Adelaide Cromartie. Third Row: Kay Fletcher, Ann Long, Nursen Menco. Charia Duncan, Lynne Bartlett, Ginger Swain. Miss Carolyn Johnson. Mrs. William Aycock. Page 69 ii f ' • % I « • T 7 - f r. I ' : i i v [i I UNIVERSITY PARTY RICK OVERSTREET Chairman The purpose of the University Party is to encourage and promote better student government at the University of North Carolina through policies and platforms which reflect the opinions of students repre- senting all parts of the campus. Its aim is to nominate and support the best qualified students for the services of student government and to promote them within student government policies, it is the responsibility of each member to live up to this purpose by active interest in all phases of student government life and by participating in the University Party. The University Party is a political party, similar to political parties in national, state and local elections. It holds nominating conventions prior to every campus election. Periodic meetings are held to estab- lish party policy and enlighten students on campus issues. The Uni- versity Party has about 800 members from all parts of the campus. Membership is open to any student interested in Student Government. The Executive Board administers the party between regular party meetings. First ROW: John McConnell, Missy Leary, Judy Reynolds, Gayle Ragland. V arren Williams. Second Row: Steve Lindell. John Renger, Fred Lavery. Dennis Rash, Walter Dellinger, R. L. Spach, Chip Woodrum. Page 72 CARDBOARD STAFF — Seated: Ronny Gabriel, Annie Jo Griffin, Nadene Duncan. Standing: Jerry Tognoli, Dick Reppucci, Frank Sanders, Paul Planer, Jofin Mytire. UNC CARDBOARD The UNC Cardboard, begun in 1948 by head cheerleader Norman Speer, organizes the largest section of its type in the Eastern United States. Approximately 200 hours of work are needed to produce clever stunts that last about 15 minutes. The Art Staff, the Office Staff, and Usher Staff prepare these stunts and place the cards under the seats in Kenan Stadium. There is a system of awards based upon length of service. The aims of the UNC Cardboard are to promote college tradition, provide color and stimulate spirit for our University. OFFICERS — Tom Lawrence, President; Betsy Kiker, Vice-President; Bill Freund, Head Usfier. Page 73 UNC CHEERLEADERS — Seated; Georgia Fuller. Linda Moose. Kay Kirkpatnck. Nancy Wills. Kathy Fulenwider. Carol Tieslau, Bevan Evans. Standing: Walter Morris, Dan Eldridge, Dave Barringer, Tim McCoy. Al Roper, George Ricks, Smoky Clark. The 1960 cheering squad had a highly successful season. Despite the loss of several games, they led cheers enthusiastically and imbued the student body with their spirit — university support and school spirit had never been greater. Other activities sponsored by the cheerleaders were several success- ful bonfires pep rallies and parades. Both at Kenan Stadium and on the road it was a winning year for the spirited fourteen. CHEERLEADERS TIM McCOY Head Cheerleader UNC 7 — Dook 6. § ,? . • A Sl ' 7o0t First Row: Jim Hickey, Emmett Cheek, Fred Tullai, Bud Carson, Joe Mark, Ed Kesler, and Ed Fullerton. Second Row: Trainer Warren Morris. Wade Smith, Trainer Bill Schmidt, Buddy Payne, Bob Shupin, Trainer John Lacey, and Bob Thalman. CO-CAPTAIN FRANK RIGGS Guard Carolina climaxed an otherwise disappointing football season with a dramatic victory over arch-rival Duke. The season had two very ironic twists in that the Tarheels defeated two of the nation ' s stronger teams while losing to several teams that they should have defeated rather handily. The highlights of the season were the outstanding plays of Co-captain Rip Hawkins, who gained Ail-American booming and the great offensive games played by quarterback Ray Farris. With all three quarterbacks and all three fullbacks having another year to play the 1961 Tarheels should field a very exciting team to watch. CO-CAPTAIN RIP HAWKINS Center Page 76 Marslender picks up yardage against Wake Forest. UNC N. C. STATE 3 tfi V Marslender sneaks for apparent touchdown, but a split-second later the ball slipped. JOHN SCHROEDER End Page 78 UNC 12 NOTRE DAME 7 Clement was charged with interference while reaching for the ball at the UNC four yard line. JOE DAVIES Fullback Page 79 Elliot scores on a seven yard burst through a host of Deacon tacklers. UNC 12 WAKE FOREST 13 SKIP CLEMENT Halfback WARD MARSLENDER Quarterback Schroeder debates with an official about an out-of-bounds decision. UNC use 6 22 GIB CARSON Halfback UNC 14 TENNESSEE 27 Carson is hit by a Volunteer bacl( after an end run attempt. Page 81 Farris rolls out on his specialty — the run or pass option. Page 82 UNC . . MARYLAND 19 22 Farris takes to the air for six points as Hawkins levels tiis Terp opponent. UNC 35 VIRGINIA 8 Addison is gang-taclded by Virginians after pulling down a twenty-two yard pass. Page 83 Elliot splits the uprights to defeat Dook as the Carolina line fails to yield to the charging Devils. SONNY FOLCKOMER Halfback CAROLINA 7 DOOK 6 Jim Hickey is head and shoulders above the crowd as he meets Bill Murray seconds after the final gun. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL In spite of a mediocre 2-3 season, the freshman football team showed great promise of producing many thrills in the future for Tar Heel fans. In the season ' s opener against State ' s powerful Wolflets, the Frosh acquitted themselves well despite losing 28-14, Against Clemson, after quarterback Charlie Shaffer suffered a knee injury, reserve Sandy Kinney and Bob Lacey sparked a fourth period aerial assault which fell just short of victory, Carolina being on the short end of 23-18. The Tar Babies then journeyed to Winston-Salem and earned their first victory, topping Wake Forest in a tight battle, 7-0. Next, they exhibited an explosive offense in a 35-0 trouncing of Virginia. On Thanks- giving Day, the Tar Babies played their season ' s finale against arch-rival Duke. Quarterback Rich Pierson along with team- mates Kesler, Ellison, and Brown led Carolina to a 17-7 third period margin, but the Blue Imps stormed back to win 20-17. This fine team will add a great deal to the Varsity squad next year. BOB THALMAN Freshman Coach First Row: George Kinney. Curtis Ish. Mai Lesavoy. Bob Cowles. Bill Williams. Tom Brooks, Jim Alderman, Rusty Hodges, Mokey Lasslter, Richard Fellman, Jerry Anderson, Glenn Ogburn, Lcren Wells, and Bob Boss. Second Row: Bob Lacey. Bill Jenkins. Leo Orenstein. Larry Malobicky. Vic Esposito, Dan Batten. Lee Badgett. Don Constantin. Bob Brown, Jerry Rowe. Barry Westfall. Bill Cooke. Marcus King, Nick Street, and Jim Naughton. Third Row: Ray Paulos, Gaylord Randolph. Jim Ray. Jim Eason. Dana Wellman. Bill King. Ron Malak. George Ellison, George Lent. Dave Wheeler, Jerry Spivey, George Grube, Charles Shaffer. Richard Pierson. Dave Henry. Paul Causey, and Eddie Kesler. Fourth Row: Jack Cassell. Marshall Ballard. Mgr.; Will Hobson, Mgr.; Lee Jackson, Trainer; Bob Shupin, Asst. Coach; Buddy Payne. Asst. Coach; Wade Smith, Asst. Coach; Bob Thalman, Coach; and Bill Schmidt, Trainer. Page 85 UNC BAND In addition to the Marching Tarheels, the UNC Band program also includes the Concert Band and the Symphonic Wind Ensem- ble. The Marching Tarheels are recognized as one of the out- standing show bands of the South, and always feature special musical arrangements and unique shows at Carolina ' s football games. The Concert Band is organized immediately after football season, and works on the best in band literature, presenting local concerts and taking a concert tour each spring. The Symphonic Wind Ensemble is a select group of musicians from the University band program, organized shortly after the beginning of the Fall semester. It has very extensive repertory of fine music, and has gained statewide recognition for its outstanding performances. In addition to these groups, a pep band, consisting of mem- bers of the Marching Tarheels, performs at pep meetings, rallies, and other informal occasions. UNC BAND OFFICERS — Jay Lambeth, President; John Martin, Vice- President; Bob Cannon, Secretary. The Marching Tarheels in action. UNC BAND WjA Page 86 m : .-4 . -« MtcnacUe EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE George Campbell, Vice-President; Jim Galloway, Treasurer; Jim Noyes, Secretary. NTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL The Interfraternity Council of the University of North Carolina functions as the unifying and governing body of Carolina ' s tvifenty-four social fraternities. The council, which is composed of the president of each fraternity and an elected representa- tive, dedicate their efforts and time to strengthening the fra- ternity system and helping it live up to the lofty ideals on which fraternities were founded. This is accomplished through the help of the various l.F.C. committees — Rush, Greek Week, INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL COURT Seated: Robin Fawsett. Pete Austin. Bill Lancaster. Standing: George Campbell; Jim Rouse, Chairman; Kent Walker, Clerk. Page 88 Fraternity pledges clearing a church yard during Greek Week, one of the many useful activities sponsored by the IFC. •W .i -?? Scholarship, Rules, Special Projects, Publicity, and Handbook — all of which are guided by the executive committee. The I.F.C. Court is composed of seven men elected from the membership of the I.F.C. Enforcing the rules and By-Laws of the Interfraternity Council is their primary functions as the Judicial segment of the I.F.C. Moreover, the Court meets to try cases involving a fraternity ' s violation of the I.F.C. regulations and are empowered to levy sentences upon guilty fraternities. Under the leadership of President Pete Austin, the I.F.C. has had an active and successful year. Improving scholarship, serv- ice to the community, financial aid to needy students, and bettering of fraternity-administrative relations have received additional attention this year by the I.F.C. in its attempt to benefit the fraternities, the university, and the community. Moreover, the I.F.C. accompanies these basic functions with philanthropic endeavors as it awards each year, since 1948, a $2,000 scholarship to an outstanding and needy North Carolina high school graduate. Finally, to encourage enthusiastic and faithful participation in I.F.C. and other worth-while activities, the Council awards each year the R. B. House trophy to the outstanding fraternity on campus, the Scholarship trophy to the fraternity with the highest average for the year, and the Strum trophy to the year ' s best pledge class. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL — First Row: Jim Kirkman. Drayton Heard. Benner Jones. Dick Grant. Harry Gurganus. Second Row: Dick Savitt, Louis Gump, Walter Morris, Neil Dickman, Jim McColl. Third Row: Josh Sirkin, Jim Pell, Tim Burnett, Gordon Mattocks, Warren Jackson. Fourth Row: Stan Cocke, Roger Edwards, Tom Cannon, Joe Roberts, George Campbell, Jim Galloway. Bob Madry, Clifton Pannell, Dave Van Pelt, Dave Hindle, Billy Riley, Hezzie Miller, Wayne Scott. Fifth Row: Bob Beaty. Pete Austin. Jim Noyes. Buzzy Russell, Ken Pons. Richard Lewis, Harry Blumenthal, Gerald Solovei, Jim Holland. Charlie Gonzalez, Jim Cornwell, Lowell Perry, Dave Underwood. f r Page 89 ALPHA DELTA OF ALPHA TAU OMEGA PANNELL President RAND Secretary STABELL TURNER WHICKER Vice-President Page 90 CLIFF PANNELL President PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Goetz, Gischel, Filler, Robinson. Shepherd, Kimsey, Buck, Motley, Montague. Seco nd Row: Schoo. Carrier, Henry, Reitzel, Bensch, Penland, Kelly, Hamilton. Mathew, Tanner. Rand. Third Row: Belton. Devine, Millis, McMillan, Street, Simpson, Beale, Pierce, Graham. Alexander, Parker, Houston. Alpha Delta began its eighty-first year at Carolina by obtaining thirty-seven top pledges during rush ... A. Rand and Griff led our intramural teams , . . J.B.K.K., Quake, Andy and Griff led the soccer team . . . Banks led the track team . . . Pannell, Criswell, Claude and Whick led the Drill team . . . Green and Green, golf aces . . . W. Carr, new BMOC . . . Roger still has it in his knickers . . . East Franklin St. Garden Club: J.B.K.K., Andy, Quake. Claude, A. Rand, C. Vaughn and Roscoe . . . Taus snake W L ' s dates from Hollins . . . southeastern girls ' schools seduced by The Three Musketeers . . . Scholarship aided by Mac, George and Mike . . . J.B.K.K. runs out of gas on the root to Hollins . . . Pinned: A. Rand, Banks, Young and Milheimer . . . European tourists: T. and D. White ... J. Broadhurst, the Bounty Hunter . . . Stabell (Frank, Jr.) falls through the roof while star gazing (?)... Lew and French 75 ' s keep the ATO House rocking during Germans ... The Coffin as well as the Chi-0 front porch gets several inebriant pledges during the year . . . Lifetime subscribers to " Adam " : the third deck ... the Toddle House team moves into the spotlight as more Taus are in condition to make the 3:00 A.M. trip . . . Books take a back seat as the " Hard Corp " springs into action . . . Card sharks are still numerous ... An increasingly better view from the East side of the house. Up Binoculars . . . Studbaugh ... The Class of ' 61 departs — cum liquor — and the Tau House will never be the same. MARY CARLAN Alpha Tau Omega Sponsor Page 91 ETA OF BETA THETA P WEDLER WELLS WILKERSON WILKINSON WRIGHT WYMAN Page 92 PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Cheek, Nichols, Rascoe, Schenck, Miles. Second Roa: Ogden, Holt, Long, Gudger, Ridney. Lynch, Bird, Third Row: Bayles, Temple, Jolis, Bender, Evans, McDevitt, Lindley, Follin, Inman, Dixon. A new heating system gets 1960 off to a good start, thanks to Ralph and summer school crew. Griffith, Tennille, and Cheek return from a Continental summer . . . Wyman initiates com- mercial driving school — Watson first to sign. Concerted efforts by English, Carter, and BIythe bring exce llent pledge class, " Well, I can ' t believe it. " — Tennille. Penguine draws in living room. . . , A dead weekend comes to life. " Ruddy Duck " discovers love without fear. Fuzzy full of Fury. Village plays room clerk. The Beer Trust triumphs. Foster hails huskies. Roach smiles at 11:45 A.M.! Chester speaks words of wisdom. Commander and Sevier battle for Laurel Hill. Balas lights up every weekend. Sambo turns fifty-nine. Jey saves . . . Apple cider stones Tri-Delts! Gus loves his old Boots. Doctor contemplates a permanent arrangement. Domestic troubles plague Forest, J. C, and Roach. Watch that sword! Four alarm fire totals living room couch. Horror shows . . . Anderson takes voice — Eta Chapter takes music appreciation. " First warning " — Atwater. " Fine " — Morris. Many smiles behind and ahead. A little dab will do it . . . you look so debonair. BEVERLY BUNN Beta Theta Pi Sponsor Page 93 ALPHA ALPHA OF CHI PHI RUSSELL STOKES SULLIVAN WARLICK YOUNG Page 94 WARREN JACKSON President f f f . f f ' PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Wilday, McGee, Holderness, Stevenson. Heenan. Second Row: Shannahan, W. Lewis, Bell. Burns. R. Lewis, B. Gilbert. Third Row: Turner, Jones, Stone, Huske, Lynch, M. Gilbert, Van Riper. Barnett. Chi Phis return, each eager to get the " Z " of the year award, which is now up for grabs. Police force much richer after State weel end — still doing a booming business. Rug loses Wardlaw in Pittsboro. Best pledges ever. Shaping up fast? Blythe strains leash as " pups " moves out. Texas bullslinger returns and Waller acquires two racks. R.V. STUDies hard, just ask M.S.B. Beaky fights apathy among coeds (short blonde variety). " Big Red " from Rome takes a swim in the Brooke. Byers and " Fat Lady " melt road to Wbbbs. Davis, " Men, we have got to have give and take. " Great Pumpkin and his GOM makes DTH . . . On Wisconsin ... the buckets five feet in front. Means hopes for more European tours. Sticks and Hose Nose try trench charm on Tri Diddlies. Alkie Sallies forth as Chiang-Kai-Shek spreads good will. Queens {????) trims horns during off week at the Hill. Cutts gives up spear throwing for Squirrel shooting. Thanks for the money Oowaa Oowaa, Right Sully!! Roothead plans parties as Ling Ting says " Ah So. " Brown and Wilday fight links and Gipette. Regan turns Phi Bete. Gary, " they ' ve got a damn good team! " Schwartz finally bets a T Bird. Ricks and poozer hiber- nate. Lewis floats to Charlotte on Whale specials. Another great year for Chi Phi. Many thanks for Izzy ' s help and Goldie ' s " buns. " Young Chi Phis swing with Kappas. MARGRET HOLFORTH Chi Phi Girl Page 95 ALPHA SIGMA OF CHI PSI ' SBiM TURNBULL Page 96 PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Smith. Huxford, Kirkland, Bugden, Simpson, Nash. Second ROW: Worley, McCleary, Lowe, Harris, Range, Sapp. Third Row: Myers, Flye, Lynch, Donohue, Emerson, Fichthorn, Kemp, Crane, Norman. The theme at the Lodge for the school year 1960-61 is con- servative forward nnotion. The gap left both in the membership rolls and personality by the graduation of the outstanding class of ' 60 has been amply filled through the assumption of leader- ship by our capable officers. Rest assured, there has been no social gap. The forays of the football season, headed by Homecoming, and aided by alumni participation, have been social successes. In studies, sports, social life, and congenial brotherhood we continue in the tradition of those who have gone before us. " Oh. it ' s brew, brew, brew JOYCE KAUFMAN Maid of Chi Psi Page 97 BETA OF DELTA KAPPA EPSILON ROBERTS ROPER ST. CLAIR SHUFORD SIMPSON, A. SIMPSON, J. SUTTON WEBB WHEDBEE Secretary WHITE WILLIS WILSON Treasurer WOOD Vice-President WYSONG Page 98 U BBS! , 1 . f : •■ ' ' ' ' . y. y , • ' t T ' ....... ' ilEiMi tS v? «iK: ; . HOWARD HOLDERNESS President PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Rumsey, Blanton, Diedrick, Foscue, Gregory, Fuller, Board- man, Brown. Second Row: Davis, Fletcher, Ayers, Fearon, Garrard, Wheeler, R. Gray, Bissell, B. Gray. Third Row: Tyler, Barnes, Holderness, Whitehurst, Wood, Peterson, King, Stokes, Davis. Fall was a long time coming this year, and it might have been an evening in August when 29 hot, sleepy-eyed freshmen looked down to see a new piece of jewelry on their lapels and began to wonder a little about its real meaning . . . Then cold weather at last, football weekends, and the last minute scram- ble to find your date a place to stay . . . Gluyas eats a training meal and goes to bed early, dreaming of red ribbons, lakes of P.J. and " cock-a-doodle-d . . . " Whitley enrolls in the hospital ' s baby care school where he learns that he ' ll have to wait at least a year and a half before teaching the kid how to shoot from the hip . . . Quick swears bitter vengeance against cherry- bomb throwers in general and McCoy in particular . . . Christmas comes, and with it a short break in the eternal routine . . . Then exams ... the cigarettes, the worried faces, and the tight, easily aroused tempers . . . Winter seems an awful pros- pect at the end of your last exam, but it comes in spite of everything; wrapped in rain, combo parties, basketball, and lonely Sunday afternoons . . . Fountain declares at last that spring has come and heads for the beach . . . Overnight the talk is all of waterskiing, Morehead, and the best way to keep sand off an Army blanket ... The year ended a little abruptly; we asked each other where the time had gone, and while the 12 seniors were uncertain of many things, they knew that Beta ' s 110th year was one to remember. " Dreams of QP. ' s. ' JANE WRIGHT Delta Kappa Epsilon Sponsor Page 99 NORTH CAROLINA CHAPTER OF DELTA UPSILON DALTON Corresponding Secretary DeBLASIO DURRILL LEHMANN MORRIS PRAKKE SNYDER SPOON STACK STALLINGS TAFF President THOMAS TOWER Recording Secretary VAN PELT Page 100 PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Stokes, Thompson. Biggerstaff, Avant, Branon, MacFadyen, Devereux, Legler. Akers, Bennett. Second Row: Brown. Fitzgerald, McArthur, Harper. Dillard. Jenkins. Barnhill, Pliillips, Howland, Burgess. Third Row: Williams, 6. Strickland, Williams, D. Bragunier. Holsenbeck, Anglin, Gunter, Heath. Fowler, Anderson, Jessen. Fourtli Row: Straughan. Oettinger, Heacock, Norris, MacArthur, Straughn. Our seventh year finds the Mothers hard at work ... The scholarship trophy finally arrives ... The new facade raises questions like, " Is this the DU house? " . . . Tony ' s selling tech- niques yield biggest pledge class yet . . . Sam helps out with, " Let me ask you a question. Do you have any questions you ' d like to ask? " . . . Closed-circuit TV in focus again . . . Four guitars play Kingston — the Trio loses . . . Charlie ' s PJ . . . Tassie ' s new stove? . . . Crab falls . . . Where ' s Wallace? . . . McArthur leads pledges . . . Carol and Frank . . . ADPi ' s visit . . . Combo for hire — or anything to get them out of the house . . . Pete recalls Canaveral with Homecoming Display ... The run on Jarvis . . . Eddie pushes Brother Prutzman for top spot ... Joe trains pledges — pledges train Buddy . . . Stan . . . Carp . . . Reverend . . . Frank . . . Gottrocks . . . John . . . Antoine . . . Eddie . . . Bo-man . . . look to the future as Delta Upsilon ends another wonderful year. " Anybody see my cane and tin cup? " BARBARA FAULKNER Delta Upsilon Dream Girl Page 101 UPSILON OF KAPPA ALPHA SHIPP STANLEY STEAGALL WINTERS Page 102 lir«L K l H t «■ lA " Tt M HH r 1 ; ■1 . 1 V 7 T t ' 1 ' 1 I t 1 f Ml ir ! - .4 ij tmt 1 % ' ' tt K Kr -. ip- HI VHKI CHARLIE GONZALEZ President PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Stonestreet, Simpson, Cushman, Jenkins. Second Row: Fuller, Thomas, Fitzpatrick, Jolly. Third Row: McLamb, Cortright, Cowles, Spivey, Kinney, Hipps. Dilly flaps his ears and 16 young pledge-types come swoop- ing in . . . Sloe and Sandy try Hollins . . . Bows still has a problem . . . Wheaties and Panda get mystic with the Lepricons . . . Duh! Hunter instructs the pledges . . . Shelton still inter- rupts . . . Homesley plays Housemother . . . Burnie schuffles while Steagall has his Friday beer and calls Poultney . . . Hargrove makes daily pilgrimage to Y-Court . . . Mule serves meals and shouts . . . Possum likes W.C, Clark likes martinis and the mountains . . . Carroll lost his French fronts . . . " No-neck " pinned, Vernon soon will be, Shipp ' s still trying . . . Dailey likes high school . . . Kepner loses an argument . . . Melz shot down again, certainly . . . Boggan reads Love Without Fear . . . Howell puts mackeral-snapper quaetus on several . . . Coffey " tee-hee " . . . Maryland shows for Shirley and Lee . . . Chucks, Baker, Hamerick still in school . . . " Speedo " reigns. " We ' ve got to fix these stairs! ' DIANNE WATKINS Kappa Alpha Rose Page 103 ALPHA MU OF KAPPA SIGMA ALLEN Treasurer ARCHIE BECK CLARKE DAUGHTRY ELDRIDGE FARRIOR FEARING FLETCHER FOWLER FURR HARRIS Secretary HARVEY HENDERSON HURD JOSLYN GREENE, B. GREENE, D, GRAHAM LEONARD LOGAN McCLURE McMillan MILLS ROBINSON SANFORD STACKHOUSE THOMPSON Vice-President WALLER WHITNEY WOOTEN President YOUNG Page 104 DILLON WOOTEN President PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Weeks. Patman. Davis, Hightower, Chatham. Second Row: Leonard. Speight. Nash, Tyson, Jones. Third Row: Helms, Gilbert, McCabe, Olives, Corpening, Randall. September and pre-rush preparations tound Alpha Mu the center of the usual back-to-school parties. During rush we got down to more serious business and were more than pleased with the outcome. This was a very eventful year for Alpha Mu, and memories of life within the ivy-covered walls will never fade. The seniors led by Fireball and Guerilla combined to put a strain on the walls of the bar and the patio. Cunningham moves to a new pad as Waller goes North. Greenday leads the bulls to new heights on the third deck. Thompson, Fowler, and San- ford appear to be headed for the altar. Fearing pleads inno- cence. McClure and Daniels handle the uncontrollables and Happer returns to use up another year of eligibility on the flick team. Fall is highlighted by football, Harriss ' kitchen party, and the Schoolhouse which miraculously holds up under the attack. Joni James, Billy Mae, and the High-Lo ' s set the mood for Fall Germans and Graham finally gets started. Another suc- cessful year in intramurals takes shape with Skinny at the helm. Archie and Johnnie Walker spread good will among our southern chapters. Second semester is launched by another roaring Black and White. The annual French Seventy-five party takes the usual toll. Snow parties and the tinkle of glass are reminiscent of a cold winter. In the spring we again entertain parents and alums. Moorehead and Hogan ' s regain popularity on the weekends. In June the ranks are thinned by the graduation of a great class of seniors. As they regretfully leave with their best wishes for the future, a capable group of sophomores and juniors succeeds them. An occasional rumbling from the Bulls proves that everything is back to normal at the stone house on Cameron Avenue. AEKDB. There ' s a Zete in the Wood Pile. MOLLIE DEWEY Kappa Sigma Sponsor Page 105 GAMMA NU OF LAMBDA CHI ALPHA ROBERTS President SPROTT TAYLOR Treasurer WHITE Page 106 JERRY ROBERTS President PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Eggleston, Rigsbee, Cassell, Carpenter, Rochelle, Neville. Second Row: Mock, Taylor, Shavender, Biggs, Swofford, Opdyke, Russell. Third Row: Ogletree, Thuss, Quinn, Butler, Price, Kelleher, Little, Harris, Killian, Rattican, McCall. Out of fall 1960 into winter tlirough a whirlwind of falling leaves and busy Lambdas . . . painting themselves into corners on the porch . . . going to Greensboro, Duke, etc. . . . calling G. C. fruitlessly . . . dropping crests. We ' re learning to sing after much disagreement, and now we can serenade the " winged seraphs. " Ben keeps saying we are good enough to go on tour. Our football team fares about as well as Carolina ' s, but the pledges still want to play the brothers for " something. " After all, they did finish the crescent, and it only took two years. Eldon still goes to A.G. even, and Fred ' s looking for a cres- cent girl. We still don ' t know what Al takes pills for. With visions of a new house bright in our eyes, we still paint, scotch tape, nail, and stick together with chewing gum. " What the hell do we do now? " NAN JOHNSON Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl Page 107 BETA OF PHI DELTA THETA -■VieP. " -- jf ' ■ -,; AUSTIN President BATES BILBRO BLOOM BRIGGS BURROUGHS CALLAHAN CAMPBELL CANNON CORBETT COX CRAVEN CUMMINGS DUNLAP EVANS FARRIS GIBSON GRUB HARTUNG HENDRICKSON HUBBARD HUNDLEY IRVINE JONAS McSWAIN MALONE MITCHELL MOORE NORTON Vice-President PLEASANTS. C. PLEASANTS, R. REARDEN RESTON RILEY SHELTON SMITH, C. SMITH, S. VINROOT WARNER, D. WARNER, J. WALLDORF Treasurer WINGFIELD Secretary Page 108 PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Wheland. Durand, Webb, Brock, Smith. Second Row: Simmons, Voiimer, Lawson, Whitaker, Boxley, McDaniel. The Phi Delts ' first Sturm Trophy winners finally at the helm (minus Lobo, Rat Mother, and Sickness) as the PDT ' s reach new height . . . Austin ' s Head, expanding for four years, finally explodes . . . " Cheeks " molds our twelve hardy pledges . . . Walldorf typical hard-boiled treasurer, but finds time to hit the insurance racket . . . Friday, Whale: " Anybody know about a good combo? " Bloom drops another pin proving you can ' t keep an " R. B. " down . . . Corbett and Enk turn talents to dorms but Obie returns for a shower . . . Pope continues to strike sour notes and strike out . . . Doug leaves green thumb behind as Leader leaves (with the car) . . . Nichols tries sure-fire formula — one part law school, three parts Frances . . . Chow shocks and delights with weekly minutes . . . Norton still plays infield but may have stopped playing the field ... Rat Dillon finally gets a birdie. Parking lot finally paved, good food, Reef stumbles on, and Ma proves more than ever she ' s the greatest. Chapter meeting? SHARON GATES Phi Delta Theta Dream Girl Page 109 -mtJ N f EPSILON OF . M J ' -Y riC PHI GAMMA DELTA tit -- " i ? w rt ' 1 fT ' W 9s BOSS Corresponding Secretary BRYANT CHERRY EDWARDS President EVANS FARRELL GRAHAM KALKHURST IV1ARKS PATTERSON RENGER ROBINSON SCHROEDER SIMPSON, D. SIMPSON. H. Recording Secretary SLOAN Treasurer WILKERSON, D. WILKERSON, E. Page 1 10 ROGER EDWARDS President PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Lineberger, Bland, Sauls, May, Renger, Wood, Connell. Second Row: Aycock, Murray, Roney, Reynolds, Lyon, Eubanks, Foy, Updegrave. Third ROW: Robertson, Powell, McEathern, Dosier, Hughes, Buell, Lowe, Reid. 100th big year for Epsilon . . . still maintaining capable work force led by Paul, Albert, Eagle, lola. Lacy . . . " Mom " Mengel returns for 6th year ... now has " speediest " car in Chapel Hill for quick escapes on weekends. Rush named success Friday night of the big week . . . Mon- day we were scratching our heads . . . November came and we were pulling hair after chairs were missing from dining room week before Germans. Many successful parties in fall, highlighted by Chi Party thrown in between active football weekends . . . Spring another big success with Gardner getting head blown off at beach for third straight year . . . Marslander decides after Pledge Week- end to give up football for gaiety on weekends in fall and spring . . . Schroeder seems to have made that decision before season started. Smiley, Holt failed to survive summer, greeted us this fall pinned . . . George, Lobo finally bit dust in October, making total of four . . . five including Tricky who fell in summer, made crucial mistake . . . Edwards anticipated this way before end of year. Coker, Warren, Laney, Bryant, Cherry back again . . . new faces, new things . . . 80%??? . . . Watson on rebound . . . Fatten going for " Broke " . . . Marks donated sack of flies by Graham early in year, everything OK! . . . Beaty goes on ride, wins wager, big surprise to Evans, Wilkerson . . . Simpson tired after pledge training, Fambrough, Garrabrant consoled him . . . successful job they agreed??? . . . Possom still trying . . . Weaver leads RMBC " home " club . . . " Here " gained a pound Christmas . . . E. Wilkerson bounces back, leads intramurals. All agreed, June saw end of another great year for Phi Gam . . . future looks very promising for returning ' 61 grads. Standing room only. CORTY CREECH Phi Gamma Delta Sponsor Page 1 I 1 LAMBDA OF PHI KAPPA SIGMA CORR DICKMAN President DONAHOE Vice-President GRIFFIN LANCASTER MORRIS Secretary NEW SALEM SPRINGER STROUD Treasurer SYLVIA THOMAS WALKER Page I I 2 NEIL DICKMAN President BJ1.1ilA.AJ.J PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Economon, Devin. Harrison. Skemp, Klinker, Welch, Keck. Second Row: Purser, Crawford, Cone, Reed, McGcwan, Tedesco. Raney, Siedel, Egan. Third Row: Reese, Stephens, Somers, Martin, McCarthy, Biles, Sutton, Kaigler, Ferrell. Fourth Row: Farrel, Hebb, Clawson, Johnston, Mulwee, Pierce, Moore, GIbboney, Mannino, Eager, Schools. Phi Kaps begin 105th year on campus with newly remodeled house . . . " Fat Boy, " after rounding up great pledge class, returns to his cloud and his mirror . . . phantom is gone . . . good . . . " Beach " gets out of bed to defend country . . . Help! " The Grit " learns city ways for missionary work in South Carolina . . . " Walt, " Ail-American cheerleader, continues to build " rare literature collection " . . . " Vin " replaces " Salem " as Arab ambassador . . . " Walker " continues to commute to Duke at " breakneck " speed . . . " Baby Huey " still drinking champ, but finds more to life ... in Durham . . . " Allred " mum- bles incoherently about barbells, dugout, pin, and W.C. . . . " Littlest Marine " becomes " Littlest Brother, " unable to sleep in bed, has foxhole installed. " Phil " finds pin inventory overstocked, tries to trade pin for Chevy . . . " Dickman " drops dope peddler for rosey palm . . . Corr and BMOC run zoo . . . " Gib " has hunting mishap, gets shot by moose . . . " Bird " takes care of neighborhood kids while Janie is away. Chariot, pulled by 42 pledges, carries " Lancaster " to Smith College . . . Wins race with ghoul . . . " Sylvia " gets hurt play- ing in Richmond . . . " Lenny " scores with one yard plunges, off field and on . . . Cheerleader yells for more . . . " Angel " sweats ... two weeks at a time . . . " New " is still on blonde kick as the year ends. Good damn luck!!! JACKIE GASKINS Phi Kappa Sigma Sweetheart TAU OF PI KAPPA ALPHA ADAMS Treasurer BAYNES BUTLER, A. BUTLER, R. CRAIG CRONENBERG GROOM DOUGLAS EFIRD President GRIGG HAMLET HARRIS HEARN HEILIG JARVIS LAMBETH LEFLER LOHR LONGENECKER LOWRANCE PHILLIPS POLLARD RICH RICHARDS RICHARDSON scon SINGLETARY SMITH, D. SMITH. M. SMITH, T. Vice-President SNAVELY TYGART VICK Page 1 14 9. JP f t S» 1 = ff T? f • PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Flournoy, Chandler, Hodt, Honeycutt. Second Row: Rich, McCarroll, Suttle, Lambeth, Allen. Third Row: Appell, Banks, Hayes, McMlchael, Graver. School opens and finds most of the brothers trying to smooth in with new coeds . . . Things get under way with " Eel " at the helm . . . Smith heads a great rush and turns pledge class over to " Baggs " and his " big stick " policy . . . Grigg gets out on campus . . . Hearn, Baynes, and Douglas continue to commute to class from Duke and " Horn " has a visitor from Durham . . . Cindy flies in from Yankee-land and finds a warm welcome in her native South ... The orangoutang leads the juniors and sophomores in making the second deck a jungle . . . " Jack " tastes of the mystic goodies ... The Elliot Ness Car gives up . . . Flournoy takes over from " Brusha " in hair grooming and being " on " . . . Butler squanders GOP funds and brings Lodge to save the South . . . " Dirty Dave " comes clean . . . Thanks- giving and Christmas parties, Dream Girl, Pledge Weekend, beach parties ... and another good year comes to a close. " Have you tried a man ' s deodorant? CAROLYN KELLY Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl t Poge 1 15 KAPPA OF PI KAPPA PHI BRIGGS Treasurer COVILLE GREENE HARRIS HUDSON KLunz McAllister PERRY SCOTT President SILLIMAN Secretary Page 1 1 6 ?: . 1 ■: t an ?i .i. Jl c ' f V V JL 5 ! fc Br ii. am WAYNE SCOTT President PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: De Veau, Blackman, Allman, Gorham, Daughtridge. Second Row: Kale, Wilson, Robertson, Beck, Gillette, Wallace, Adams. Third Row: Murray, Mattocks, Matthews, Craig, Stepp, Ctiason, Ramsey. Pi Kapp house takes on new look and atmosphere . . . Scotch- man ' s clan progressing . . . What happened to Edith? . . . Another new theme for the bar . . . Abominable Snowman seen behind Parker Dorm . . . What would we do without Lowell ' s G.E.? . . . State man sees the light . . . Knock! Knock! Is anyone down here? . . . Have you checked the list this week, Brother? . . . Football team has perfect record ... The latest Pi Kapp fad — Have a wreck! . . . 30-0 . . . Organized pledge class gets big paddle . . . Congratulations, Richie! . . . McAllister makes deal and gets a B . . . Hey, Kluttz, who ' s that chick we see you with in Y-Court? ... Is the chicken hungry enough? . . . Hey, Harris, where can I buy some fog lights? . . . " Let ' s rake leaves, Coville. " " But, Jerry, it ' s 3:30 A.M. " . . . Pinned to two — now to none! FRANCES SPENCER Pi Kappa Ptii Rose OMEGA BETA OF PI LAMBDA PHI ROSENZWEIG Vice-President ROUTENBERG SIRKIN President Page 1 If PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Harris, Macklen. Peterson, Karesh, Pistilnik, Killer, Gold- stein. Second Row: Gilbert. Fox, Freeman, Tutt, Katz, Rosenbaum, Shulimson, Berger, Fleishman. Third Row: Rice, Rose, Silvers, Solomon, Steinberg, Rubin, Pearlman, Donohue, Leder, Winner, Gladstein, Ramsahai, Weisman, Floyd. Football season, parties, rush, and we are started: Pick up twenty-seven in rush including three shufflers ... Lou takes the final step for the big plunge and Pete begins the long road with a pin . . . Neil Ford challenges for top honors on getting shot down . . . Josh and Bennett open branch chapter in Durham . . . GOTCHAS make the scene . , , Grotsky and Rut ham up South Pacific . . . Tick decides not to " drop in " on Notre Dame game; otherwise Alumni Weekend a big success . . . Duffy gets rough on pledges . . . Ramie dates a hockey jock . . . Charley G. " loves ya " . . . Evan buys double bed for Sandy . . . Moses imports Yankee dolls with " T " shirts. Party Crashers — advance guard! CAROLYN DURNER Pi Lambda Phi Sponsor Page 1 I 9 XI OF ST. ANTHONY HALL CARLTON GILMOUR HARRIS LAMM PARKER SHARP WILLIAMS WILSON Page 120 PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Bartol, Christopher, Warring, William, Becker, Chester, Melendy, Bruce, Skeer, Wright. Second Row: Coppedge, Smith, M., Pearce, Cunningham, Tasher, Smith, R., Hobbs. Third Row: Ertel, Lendhart, Voohees, Moser, Crites, Attride, Henderson, Gray, Enos. NEW HALL no longer a dream . . . Football — " wait till next year. " . . . Wendell and spouse get big welcome . . . Hall gets stewed . . . Taylor counts the month . . . Go-carts and cycles add color and noise to parking lot . . . Hall takes Intramural soccer for the first time — more to come . . . Mickey and Chuck make scene in Cuba . . . Ever see a COW without pants? . . . No-neck and Charlie square off as elections draw near . . . Sprink and Shettle hold down varsity soccer . . . Phil pulls dining room out of hole . . . Darts keep Stiriin happy . . . Parker wears down path to Basnight . . . Rusty et al bring back the birds . . . Biggest and Best pledge class ever . . . good years ahead. MARIEL O ' DELL St. Anthony Hall Sponsor " Let ' s get this stuff inside before we have the whole Tri-Delt house over here. " Page 121 XI OF SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON SMALLEY Vice-President STONEIVIAN STURM SULLIVAN WELTON Treasurer Page 122 X. m : y,y ▲ ' a ,r ■» ' -9 iiP friig Mfej g|j f ' ■; SMi ' 0 ' f ' . ' § ' s t t f 1 V •» tag ' ' ' 1 I H ? f ,t. It , s. ' , " » PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Cash, Applegate, Reed, Glenn, Curry. Second Row; Yates, Askew, Lewis, Battle, Batten. Saunders. Thrid Row: Shaffer, Dillon, Berryhill, Douglas, Segrest, Tison, Johnston, Horner. The good ship Minerva cast off for its annual trip with Bat, Com. Gump on the bridge. We were an excellent crew, and Deacon Smalley quickly squared away our rebellious new swabbies. They were nineteen in number, and a finer group couldn ' t be found. We had good liberties: Craighill, Lynn, and Worm hit the beach with lovely Connecticut Yankees . . . stretcher cases were issued oxygen by corpsmen Ritter, Holt, and Grasty . . . Darden and Betsy were over the hump . . . Brand saved Mary K. from groups affairs . . . Harrell voted most horrible on various occasions . . . Ainslie tried again . . . An-Gus tried . . . Flyface found alive . . . Helms and Mac deserted . . . Pittman pinned, Brabo stitched . . . Hossman, Glen, and Rice repeat T.V. 101 Merry dubbed Flash on the field . . . Slick Haley ate Chi food over Mary Ellen ' s protest . . . Farmer Bass consoled with ex pensive dog at fair . . . Coon Broun consoled with 86 proof . . John D., Rags, and Chance meander to Boston at 125 mph . . Beer sales sent Rex to Miami and Watkins to bankruptcy . . Galloway tried alcohol diet to lose mind and succeeded . . Spermatazoa protected Judy from all old men and got revenge by writing this. Upon return to home port, Minerva ' s crew will be able to relate many sea stories to the girls at home (if they dare listen) about the best cruise ever. " Two teetotalers DODY PREVOST Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sponsor Page 123 ALPHA TAU OF SIGMA CHI MURRAY Vice-President SHERRILL SMITH, D SMITH, R. UNDERWOOD VANSTORY WALKER Page 124 PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Milliken, Davis, Blair, Schoch. Second Row: Barber, Brawly, O ' Herron, Carpenter, Miler. Third Row: Murphy, Smith, Hawkins, Wood, Zahnd, Wilder. With Hezzy Baby at the helm, the Chi ' s look forward to another banner year. Basinger leads us to a successful rush with a new crop of 16 . . . much to the displeasure of Daddy Ricks who wanted an even hundred. Rusty Dusty invades Georgia with the Aristocratic Senator Wright who thought he was in Washington . . . Boogie almost to Tahoe, but stops at the bowling alley . . . Goode invites Highway Patrol home for a cocktail party . . . Walker bucks shaft and fights back . . . R.B. and Nassau Nan win ballet contest . . . " Is Buzzy there? " . . . Lumberton asks " Which one will Murray choose next? " . . . Phil D. coming out on Groundhog Day . . . Clement models corset for " Southern Bell " ... and Oh, yes! Roy Rudd meets a girl named Moffitt. With ' 61 coming to a close we are fortunate to have a select twelve who have reaped the benefits from 4 years with Sigma Chi. " Simple Solitude. ' DEE SMITH Sweetheart of Sigma Chi Page 125 PSI OF SIGMA NU ,4,. feM ' :Mi: s4? Sti - tt-fr. BRYAN Lieutenant Commander 1: RUSSELL Eminent Commander STEVENS WACKER WILSON YODER Page 1 26i m 1 t p .T bW . i ' iv« 1-. ■-I !i2fi. .i BUZZY RUSSELL President « I ' fl t ft t . ■m ' % PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Perry, Moore, Turmer, Wismer, McWilliams, Hubbard. Second Row: Harrington, Nesselrode, Traynor, Campbell, Ross, Clapp, Brown. Third Row: Dunn, Strause, Arthur, Baker, Phillips, King, Deviney. The Nu ' s return to the Hill . . . find house renovated ... the Morehead lizards lead tremendous rush ... add 22 hell-raisers . . . Cowboy cracks whip . . . plans to return to ranch after high school graduation . . . Pig ' s piglets finally make the trip . . . Slides attempts to shape-up Robot . . . Link " the Apostle " fails to convert house . . . " G " and Goose blast off . . . fail to get in orbit ... too bad .. . Batch in old form . . . Floss " the Vamp " snuffs blood . . . Hardy up at 7 . . . slides at 8 . . . dances at 9 . . . Kook falls for high school honey . . . One-eyed loser strikes out again . . . Guinea perfects double-roll-drop-trowl- flying-gotcha . . . Bobsey twins die in election fiasco as Mr. Smooth ' s party again rears its ugly head . . . Candy commutes from Mebane . . . takes 15 hr. anatomy lab . . . King Arthur reigns over peons . . . Jack the Phantom strikes again . . . Point Eight Eight in heaven . . . Hodge hoses down porch . . . Wheels and Bramble-bush go into business . . . Tarzan tries to smooth in with Jane . . . Root still unsinkable . . . Bean pets teacher . . . Robin ' s pigs overrun pen . . . Red shirt team still hell . . . Hok . . . Carey ... Rat blinded at Muscle Beach by sand kicked in face. Still great in Intramurals ... Rod and Gun copped for third straight . . . still unbeaten in woods . . . tremendous parties . . . Christmas . . . Pledge Weekend . . . Beach Weekend . . . another great year ends as 15 depart to follow those who have gone before. Guests ' 777 a ■ i it 1 ii OCEAN FOR EST HOTEL f ' " " ' m I- Jh hH » HOTEL GUESTS OHLY SARAH SKELTON Sigma Nu Sponsor fllW Page 127 DELTA OF SIGMA PHI EPSILON ROBERTS President ROONEY ROWE SMITH, J. SMITH, S. Historian SPACH SQUILLARIO STARR Vice-President STEPP TURNER WINDHAM YOUNG Page 128 PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Goodridge, Check, Jones, Boswell, Young, Edins, Hyde. Second Row: Ingram, Farnum, Orman, White, Young, Morris, Ballou, Deaton, Reed. Third Row: Candil, Blivins, Richardson, Guthrie, Lawrence, Loreng, Rinchardt, Beadle, Cooper, Wyand. Back to school . . . Glue house back together . . . Good rush. Squirrel; pledge 26 men . . . Combos every football weekend . . . McGoo leads three serenades at WC . . . Pledges raid house; brother retaliates . . . House looks forward to annual pledge-brother football game to be won by brothers ... Fun had by all at Pledge Dance, Sig Ep Ball, Charlie ' s Day (naturally, Charlie) and all and any parties. " Point of Order, " Brother President . . . " Adams has a date for you " . . . Robert ' s railroad runs chapter meetings . . . Bachelor Biggerstaff falls by the wayside . . . Clark has date problems . . . Noyes and Nash play catch with bathing suits at beach . . . Ouderkirk is way out. " You ' re biting my tongue! ' SARAH PAYNE S weetheart of Sigma Phi Epsilon Page 129 OMEGA OF TAU EPSILON PHI SAVITT Vice-President SCHNEIDER WEINER ZALK ZASLAV Treasurer Page 130 fel_ 1 1 . ' ' ihH f- 1 W| , 4 ' .a 1 ' ' S ' $ ' ' $■ ' n t1 W 1 ' ' ' f t ■iilvi f f ■ H JOE MENDELSOHN President PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Saul, Kaplan, Gikow, Solin, Helbein, Murnick, Maddens, Seco nd Row: Culler, Golden, Schiff, Friedman, Slutsky, Bear, Hoffman, Nauheim, Cohan, Fishman. Third Row: Apter, Nislick, Van Dyne, Korschun, Shiffman, Toppell, Lesavoy, Parmet, Gins, Hanchrow, Rich. Like we ' re on the merry-go-round again . . . first stop, 29 incubators for all time big pledge class . . . Dop brings Brooklyn to Albemarle . . . Freedland discovers a new pastime, 25c a tree perch . . . phone call for Charlie Porter . . . Barry E., ace rusher, snows one too many . . . Manning rises to new heights as kitchen manager, named Pete Pan peanut-of-the-year . . . Wretch invests in a mate, spawns a legacy . . . Flash migrates to Rock Hill-Athens . . . Evil disappears forever into Venable . . . hope for house rises anew, " fairy tales can come true " . . . B.Z. ails, bitten by love bug . . . Schulman transfers to W.C. . . . EIrod campaigns for free love and a 5% commission . . . another Guller? . . . Steve K. arrives, fresh from Barnum Bailey tour . . . Mendelsohn gavels TEP into obscurity and crassness . . . it ' s getting dizzy, time to get off the carousel until the next Stone Age. " Crest fights bad breath all day! " PEGGY ALTERMAN Tau Epsilon Phi Sponsor Page 131 ALPHA ETA OF THETA CHI BRENT DAWS ENTWISTLE GURGANUS President HAYDEN HOLMES ISLEY Secretary LAIL Treasurer OTT SMITH SUMMEY Vice-President WARD Page 132 ■ t-« K k " 1 HARRY GURGANUS President PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Barrineau, Byrd, Hayes, Grant, Garrett. Second Row: Piatt, Marshburn, Taylor, Smoot, Kezziah. Harry will never start a revolution . . . Leroy is always asleep . . . Ward is marching the troops to the intramural field . . . Jack is with Wanda . . . With Norman it is always politics . . . Bill is still playing gin . . . Nook is communicating with Italian immigration . . . Brent has gone sophisticate . . . Bruce has been up all night with Russian and physics . . . Dawes is always bragging about physics and science . . . Summey is chasing young chicks . . . Tom is getting older . . . Gurganus is our leader ... It has been a long and exciting year. House full of hams. PENNY DODD Dream Girl of Theta Chi Page 133 ALPHA PI OF ZETA BETA TAU OBERDORFER OPPENHEIMER Treasurer PITTLEMAN SIMMONS SOLOVEI THALHEIMER WALTERS WEINSTEIN Page 134 JERRY SHAPIRO President PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Solomon, Silver, Eizenstat, Rubin. Second Row: Bernstein, Franco, Herman, Lehrer, Addlestone. Third Row: Myers, Hyman, Cooper, Silverman, Jason, Blumberg. ZBT ' s return for 34th year . . . Senior class numbers two . . . Shap makes up for small number . . . Brothers return . . . Welcomed by Rodan who spends Labor Day weekend at Hill ... " 1 wanta be alone " . . . Rush tremendous ... Yea Atlanta . . . Singer leads new class of bullets . . . Where ' s Bernie? Cars for everyone . . . Solovei cries . . . Blass is in love . . . Meltzner and Weinstein bring brides . . . Babies are nice . . . Norfolk turns to W.C. ... So does Fine . . . Foster returns to Duke (D for Dee) . . . Richard to Nile . . . Oppy brings won . . . Fleishman loses . . . Simes lost. Gelber saves Blum . . . Dumps Levy . . . Bird zooms to P.A. in new auto . . . Louith zooms in new chair . . . Obes zooms . . . Siberia no longer Siberia . . . Except for " icy " atmosphere . . . Where are they all Graf? . . . Great parties . . . Lousy dog . . . What does it all m ean???? " Hey you with the camera! " MARIAM WEINSTEIN Zeta Beta Tau Sponsor Page I 35 UPSILON OF ZETA PSI • ' V Jt-, 2 ii ' |iffilir©iff ' ' VL .r " ALLEN Treasurer BAKER BROOKE BUNN CARR Secretary COZART DEVERE EVINS Vice-President GREEN HINDLE HOLLAND President KOHN LONG McDonald MASON PURRINGTON ROUSE WORTH Page 136 First Row: Carr, Baker, Moore, Fry, Fountain. Second Row; Emory, Cranz, Phifer, Gibson, Oettinger. Upsilon ' s high hopes at the beginning of the year are re- warded with a superlative pledge class. Cranz, Randolph, and Ebo soon tremble with fear as Pledgemaster Purrington barl s instructions. Bird goes into mourning as Manly Merriman takes up housekeeping. The Fat Cat wears a contended smile after stumbling upon a new Durham Treasure. McDonald ' s maturity is evident as he gives the Red Snapper ' s floor a new paint job. Arch T. and friend reach such an understanding that he takes up residence in the Goody Shop for two weeks. Lefort sneaks behind the Porthole to watch the girls drink beer. Shannon- house nonchalantly makes a call to the Continent, but little does he know ... The warmth and sentimentality of Dude ' s poetry leaves hardly a dry eye in the House. 1961, a banner year for the Zetes, and more to look forward to in the future. FORWARD DOROTHY CRANZ Zeta Psi Sponsor Page 137 ■ h:. : - - .. V ' Kit : . :5 ■-. ' • S WPkqK- rr- ■t - .■ - .■ « MP» r --_ . -. • . ; -«!?, Vjjtenr- - ■ ' ' MMS4 «J .-?. «j. ' • ' %;; S ' ■ «s COMMITTEE ON STATE AFFAIRS DAVIS B. YOUNG Chairman The Committee on State Affairs is a unique outlet of the University of North Carolina ' s Student Government. Founded in 1958, it was expanded in 1960-61 to include new ideas and new directions. The Committee has a two-fold purpose: 1. To inform students of the scope and nature of their state university in light of changing conditions and policies, and 2. To educate the state about the needs of its state univer- sity through personal visits with members of the General Assembly and through continuous publication. It has been the hope of the Executive Council of the Com- mittee that the end result of this work in the years to come will be a dedicated and crusading group of Carolina alumni who will support all University programs in future years. Although the main theme of this year ' s State Affairs work was the obtaining of a new student union-undergraduate library, the Committee supported with equal vigor all University budget requests. Student Government is indebted to all of the students from North Carolina ' s 100 counties who gave of their time in this program. COMMITTEE — Ed Riner, Bettie Ann Whitehurst, Bob Baynes, Davis Young, Ken Freedman, Wayne Babb. John Renger. Angus Dutf. Page 140 ;4cUptmc4tnAtl(M Page 141 William Clyde Friday President of the Consolidated University of North Carolina •It " I ■t WA William Donald Carmichael, Jr. Vice-President and Finance Officer of the Consolidated University Alexander Hurlbutt Shepard, Jr. Business Officer and Treasurer of the Consolidated University Donald Benton Anderson Provost of the Consolidated University William Brantley Aycock Chancellor of the University of North Carolina James Arthur Branch Business Manager Charles Milton Shaffer Director of Developmental Affairs Poge 1 44 Frederick Henry Weaver Dean of Student Affairs George Alexander Heard Dean of tlie Graduate Scliool James Logan Godfrey Dean of the Faculty Henry Toole Clark, Jr. Administrator of Healtti Affairs nvisiw OF HEALTH " m BiOiLCE actual " OPERATING E! ' - 1959 NCQMEJLSOUECE mm m vpgp ytNCL f Page 145 ■4 v« 0 - Cecil Slaton Johnson Dean of the General College Arnold Kimsey King Director of the Summer Session i n m li -. Maurice Wentworth Lee Dean of the School of Business Administration Arnold Perry Dean of the School of Education Joseph Carlyle Sitterson Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Norval Neil Luxon Dean of the School of Journalism ilKL] LK H t Page 146 liUILUlllllll flMK dMMItf 4.. - rii ri HH Hh ' pl E B w MA Charles Cecil Bernard Director of Admissions Katherine Kennedy Carmichael Dean of Women Isabelle MacLeod Assistant to tiie Dean of Women William Groves Long Assistant Dean of Student Affairs T Carolyn Miree Johnson Raymond Lewis Jeffries Assistant to the Dean of Women Assistant to the Dean of Student Affairs : ' 5c: f tf i : Ldd Aharon L ated Queen of the 1961 Yackety Yack Presented by Phi Deki TbeL Portraits by Chips Weaver I3d ana y nderson Presented by Phi Delta Theta (Ldd jane j- i escott Presented by Sigmci Phi EpsiJon Presented by Sigimi Chi jamce J aieu iss 7ctyiice Presented by Phi Delta Theta (L6d y ancu l [ lud Presented by Pi Kappa Alpha Presented by Stacy Dormitory 1 ■wIh 1 fl H s fL5d jane j aqt Pirsciitcd by Kdppj Alpki K onnle l ' u i6S K onvue l muovin Presented by Phi Delhi Them JJ i5et6u J endnck Presented by Sigind Nu L 6 jann LjannawaiA Presented by Alpki Tint Omegci Presented by Pi Kdppa Alpha l66 fy ar 4ka J od6don Presented by Pi Kcippa Alpk] OFFICERS OF THE SOPHOMORE CLASS Linda Tesh, Secretary; Kathy Pickrell, Social Chairman; Bruce Greene, President; Richard Vinroot, Vice- President; Phil Deaton, Treasurer. The Sophomore year is the year for knowing. Gone is the uncertainty and strangeness associated with us as freshmen. As sophomores we know: the Campus ... the best places to study for exams, the best places to park . . . who ' s in what fraternity, who ' s in what honorary, and who the BMOC ' s are . . . where to take a date, where to get a date . . . which sorority has the party girls, which the beauties, which the more down- to-earth type, which the individuals . . . when Happy Hours are . . . what clothes to buy and where ... the name of the best combos ... all campus slang. As sophomores we have definite political opinions, have our parents all figured out and, in short, have the world by the tail. Graduation is away off in the hazy future and we know that there lies ahead of us at least two more years of college life . . . " On with the dance! let joy be unconfined. " Sopmmonc Page T64 CLASS OF 1963 mm First Row: Abernathy, Hettie J., Gastonia. Abrams, Samuel L,. Conway, S. C. Acker. Dorene K., Charlotte. Adams. Howard E., Kensington, Md. Adams. Phillip R., Raleigh. Adcock, Gerald C, Rougemont. Addison. Cody B., Gastonia. Addlestone, David F., Sumter, S. C. Second Row: Albright. Linda B.. Pittsboro. Allen, Felix H.. Jr.. Louisburg. Allen, H. Inman, Atlanta, Ga. Allison. Jack H., Canton. Almon, Claud B.. Dawson, Ga. Anderson, Edwin H., Hickory. Anderson, Frederick R., Rutherfordton. Andrus, Charles A., Charleston, S. C. Third Row: Ange, Charles G., Farmville. Annas, Garry D.. Hudson. Archer. Willis A,, Salisbury. Arey. Julius N.. Winston-Salem- Armstrong. Daniel, Rogersville, Tenn. Arthur, Louis C, Greenville. Ashburn, Michael A., Winston-Salem. Asher, Roger H., Port Washington, N. Fourth Row: Atkins. Freddy Michael, Mayodan. Atwater, Herman W., Reidsville. Atwell, Richard D., Orangeburg, S. Avant. George R., Forest City. Aycock, Charles R., Wilson. Ballou, Byron T., Lumberton. Banks, William C. Elizabeth City. Banner, Matthew R., Greensboro. Fifth Row: Barber, Leon Worth, Raleigh. Barham, James M., Burlington. Barker. George A., Arlington, Va. Barnes. George T., Wilson. Barnette. Jerry H.. Tryon. Barr, George M., Lansing. Barrett, Ethel L, Chapel Hill. Barrineau, Harry E., Norfolk, Va. Sixth Row: Barrow. John K,. Ahoskie. Bass. Edwin W.. Nashville, Tenn. Battle. Richard E.. Bayside, N. Y. Beale. Andrew V., Norfolk, Va. Beaman, Grafton G., Ahoskie. Beck, Edward J., Long Beach, N. Y. Beck, Henry Odell, Morganton. Beeton, John W., Lynbrook, N. Y. Seventh Row: Benderman, John T., Cleveland, Ohio. Benner, Robert M., Thomasville. Berger, Charles M., Bellrose, N. Y. Bergeron, Garry P.. Farmville. Berlin. Ira G.. Brooklyn. N. Y. Berman. Jacki M., Wilmington. Berman. Richard S., Baltimore, Md. Berryhill, William I., Raleigh. Eighth Row: Best. James M., Jacksonville. Beverley, John G., Caret, Va. Biles, Fred M., Kernersville. Bilisoly, C. Winston. Alexandria, Va. Bishop. Bertram 0.. Plymouth. Blackwell, Jack R., Kernersville. Blaustein, Ira M., Fayetteville. Blount. Henry N., Kinston. Ninth Row: Blumenthal, Charles A.. Port Washington, N. Bolin, James H., Boonville. Boling. John C. Troy. Booker, Edward N.. Selma. Bost. Michael E., Marion. Bottoms, John W., Canton. Bowling. Wallace L . Durham. Bows, David J., Atlanta, Ga. Page 166 CLASS OF 1963 First Row: Boyd, Graham Benable, Jr., Warrenton, Boyenton, William H., Middlesex, N. J. Boyette, Staton E., Smithfield. Boyles, Vestal Irving, Pilot Mountain. Bradford, Gary William, Hudson. Brake, William Howard, Jr., Rocky Mount. Brame, Cyros Watson, North Wilkesboro. Bramley, Richard Arthur, Alexandria, Va. Second Row: Brande, Wendell Simpson, Brown Summit. Braxton, Amos Don, Ayden. Brener, Max Donald, Chattanooga, Tenn. Bridger, Frank Tyson, Bladenboro. Bnetz, John Edwin, Charlotte. Brinkley, Thomas Edwin, Mount Airy. Britt, Charles Robin, Asheville. Broadhurst, Jack J., Smithfield. Third Row: Brooke, Edward Mark, Bryn Mawr, Pa. Broome, Henry George, Ventnor, N. J. Brown, Brevard M., Roanoke Rapids. Brown, Floyd Rogers, Jamestown- Brown, Howard Wesley, Granite Quarry. Brown, James Michael, Durham. Brown, Landrum D., Ill, Mooresville. Brown, Larry H., Long Beach, N. Y. Fourth Row: Brown, R. Lane, III, Albemarle. Brown, Richard M,, Freeport, N. Y. Brown, Scott N., Signal Mountain, Ten Brown, Walter D., Raeford. Bruffey, Vernon Russell, Kinston. Bruton, Gary Preston. Thomasville. Bryant, John C, Winston-Salem. Bryant, Wayne Douglas, Lenoir. Fifth Row: Bugden, Robert L., Fayetteville, N. Y. Bullard, Walter Marion, Autryville. Bunch, Jack Webb, Edenton. Bunn, Turner B., Wilson. Burch, Lucius E., Nashville, Tenn. Burgess, Stephen W., Charlotte. Burwell, William H.M.F.Z., Warrenton. Butler, Paul C, Southern Pines. Sixth Row: Byrum, Joseph, Charlotte. Callahan, Peter D., Coral Gables, Fla. Caperton, W, Gaston, Charleston, W. Va. Capps, Judith D., Sanford. Capps, Sherrill M., Clayton. Carlisle, Thomas M., Paw Creek. Carroll, Philip G., Reidsville. Carter, Anne Royal, Chapel Hill. Seventh Row: Carter, Joseph A., Asheville. Cates, Reginald H., Hurdle Mills. Caton, David R., Wilson. Chadwick, Leon G., Raleigh. Chandler, William James, Oak Ridge. Cherniak, Ira D., Mobile, Ala. Chester, Paul Eugene, Lenoir. Chiemiego, Albert A,, Wilmington. Eighth Row: Clapp, J. Bayne, Liberty. Clark, James A., Elizabethtown. Clark, James M,, Morganton. Clark, Judith G., Tuscumbia, Ala. Clarke, Charles L., Goldsboro. Clarke, Ronald W., Enfield. Clawson, Robert G., Hartsville, S. C. Clay, Allen B., Lenoir. Ninth Row: Clemmer, Jerry R., Dallas. Coan, John D., Norfolk, Va. Coble, Pete C, Graham. Cocke, Stanley H., Asheville. Coffey, William H., Charlotte. Cohen, David L., Walterboro, S. C Cole, Howard D., Greensboro. Coleman, Richard K., Burlington. Page 167 CLASS OF 1963 First Row: Collier, T. Joseph, Bayboro. Collins, Rodney Dennis, Hubert. Coltrain, John Wade, Oak City. Compton, John Carroll, Charlotte. Cone. Howard McAfee, II, Douglaston, N. Y Cooke, Manning Patrick, Jr., Rich Square. Cooper, Charles Earl, Atlanta, Ga. Cornwall, T.. West Chester, Pa. Second Row: Costello, Lawrence Patrick, Greensboro. Coughlin, John Albert, Horseheads, N. Y. Coulter, Clinton H., Tallahassee, Fla. Coursey, Daniel Marshall, Jr., Memphis, Tenn Cozart. William Taft, Roxboro. Crammond, John, South Orange, N. J. Cranshaw, Edward Curtis, Greensboro. Craven, Donald B., Roxboro. Third Row: Crawford, Archibald, Oxford. Criswell. William, Miami, Fla. Croom, Frederick. Maxton. Croom. William David, Jr., Durham. Crumpler, Walter Maxton, Salemburg. Crutchfield, James Charles, Siler City. Cummings. Ann Marie, High Point. Cummings. Thomas, Winston-Salem. Fourth Row: Cunningham, Robert E., Jr., Greensboro. Currie, William Archie, Jr., Chapel Hill Curtis, Donald Williams, Bessemer City Curtis, Nelson, Sandy Hook, Conn. Dalton, Gary Jeffrey, Danville, Va. Dashiell, Frederick, Alexandria, Va. Daughtridge, Alvin W., Rocky Mount. Davenport, Anthony, Arlington, Va. Fifth Row: Davidson, Edward William, Smithfield. Davis, Herbert Crippon, Jr., Lexington. Davis, Monty Carroll, Durham. Day, Douglas Comer, Creswell. Dean, Robert Floyd. Laurinburg. Dearing, Perino, Covington, Ga. Deaton, William Edward, Mooresville. Decker, Clifford Earl, Jr., Valdese. Sixth Row: Dellinger, Walter E., Charlotte. Denton, Fred William. Jr.. Laurndale. DeRossell, John Graham, Dunellen, N. J. Devereux, James Lawrence, Charlotte. Deviney, Jerry Flynn, Spindale. Dewar, Larry Smith, Greensboro. Dickinson, Kenneth, Raleigh. DiConstanzo, Gloria, Chapel Hill. Seventh Row: Dillashaw, James Mack, Forest City. Dinsmore. Jay Winifred. Manhasset. N. Y. Dixon, Clarence N,. Jr., Cherryville. Dollar, Henry Clyde, Chapel Hill. Dougherty, Dennis W., Montville, N. J. Drum, Norris Holland. Statesville. Dunham, Wallace Edward, Winston-Salem. Dunn Philip Arthur, Elkins Park, Pa. Eighth Row: Dunn, Richard Lee, Fountain. Dupree, Edwin Norman, China Grove. Durham, George W., Winston-Salem. Durham. Woody Lombard. Albemarle. Earls. Edward James, Bryson City. Eastwick, Andrew, III, Cockeysville, I Edmond, Paul F., Gatesville. Edwards, Henry B., Shelby. Ninth Row: Ellis. Benjamin T., Shelby. Ellis. Jerry L., Pine Level. English, Jack M., Louisville, Ky. Epstein, Barry S., Forest Hills. N. Y. Ericson, Charles S., Washington, D. C. Ertel, Paul S., Avondale Estates, Ga. Eury, Douglas E., Albemarle. Eure, Charles A., Roduco. Page 168 CLASS OF 1963 First Row: Evans, Charles E,, Clayton. Evans, David A.. Rich Square. Evans, George A., Nev» Orleans, La. Everson, John H., Washington. Fagge, Wade, Stoneville. Farnham, Sutton, Bristol, Va. Farriss, Frances, Wilmington. Faunce, John H., Villanova, Pa. Second Row: Ferguson, Charles M., Leaksville Ferlazzo, Steve L., Quantico, Va. Ficker, William, Hendersonville. Finch, Andrew J., Henderson. Fine, Larry G., Atlanta, Ga. Finger, Richard, Hickory. Finison, James H., Greensboro. Fisher, Henry, Charlotte. Third Row: Fisher, Jerry, Fayetteville. Fishman, Lee I., Orange, N. J. Fitler, Walter E., Wynnewood, Pa. Fitzpatrick, James F., Atmore, Ala. Fleischman, Stuart, Eastchester. N. Y. Flynt, William T., Winston-Salem. Fogel, Sheldon L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Fogleman, Phyllis A., Chapel Hill. Fourth Row: Folk. Michael James, Wilmington. Foscue, Henry A., High Point. Fox, Jerry Neil, Stony Point. Fox, Mel Mich. Gastonia. Fox, Watson Stoessel, Jr., Greensboro. Fox, William Zev, Baltimore, Md. Fragaszy, Robert J., New York, N. Y. Fraley, Jonathan D., Lenoir. Fifth Row: Frank, James T., Badin. Freedle, Paul D., Thomasville. Freeman, James A., Asheville. Freund. William Harold. Sumner. Md. Fulghum, Earnest Gerald, Fayetteville. Furr. Troy Jerome. Jr., Mobile. Ala- Gabriel, Ronald Lee, Brooklyn, N. Y. Gaillard, George Everett, Scarsdale, N. Sixth Row: Gardner, Otis Edward. Havelock. Garner, Howard Glenn, Greenville. Garner, Joe Cranton. Stanley. Garris, Callie Clifton, Jr., Washington. Garris, Ermon E.. Clinton. Geitner, Clement, Hickory. Gelber, Harold Elliot, Atlanta, Ga. George, Michael James, Greensboro. Seventh Row: Gibbel, Donna L., Lancaster, Pa. Gilbert, Jerry D., Mount Airy. Gilbert, Michael H., Charlotte. Giles. Roy Andre, Glen Alpine. Gluyas, William W., Jr., High Point. Goddard, Margaret, Daytona Beach, Fla. GoForth, James P., Statesville. Goldblatt, Myron, New York, N. Y. Eighth Row: Goldman, Charles, Salisbury. Gooch, William H., Durham. Gorham, Thomas C, Rocky Mount. Gorman, Richard Forbes, Winterville. Goss, Bennie L., Raleigh. Graham, Edward N.. Elkin. Grant. Thomas W., Cedarhurst, N. Y. Grasty, Thomas R., Charlotte. Ninth Row: Green, Charles P., Louisburg. Greenberg, Mark Lee. Hillside, N. J. Greene, Jerry W.. Winston-Salem. Greene, Bruce B., Wynnewood, Pa. Greene, Duff S., Wynnewood, Pa. Greene, Roy B., Tryon. Greeson, Robert D., Jr., Greensboro. Grice, Ormond Drew, Warsaw. Page 169 CLASS OF 1963 First Row: Griffin, Carol L., Portsmouth. Va. Griffin, Michael Kent, Jamesville. Griswold, John C, Fayetteville. Grubbs, Cromer R., Winston-Salem. Guller, Jeffrey M., Charlotte. Gwyn, Vaughn M., f ount Airy. Hagenbuckle, Vernon J., Pinehurst. Hale. Robert V., f ayetteville. Second Row; Hall. Charles L, Selma. Hamilton. Lewis L., Brevard. Hamilton. Ronald S., Winston-Salem. Hammer. Philip G., Jr., Atlanta. Ga. Hammett. John A., Concord. Hammond, Thomas A., Spartanburg, S L Haraway, Frank T., Greensboro. Hardy, Paul C, Charlotte. Third Row: Harkema, Reinard, Jr.. Raleigh. Harrington, Tony S., Taylorsville. Harris, Harvey L.. Jr., Bethel, Ohio. Harris, Stirlin, Rochester, N. Y. Harris. Thomas D., Thomasville. Harrison, Tommy W., Lowell. Hart. John M., Durham. Hart. Robert R., High Point. Fourth Row: Harvey. William A., Wilson. Harwell. Bobby D., Newton. Hawes. Peter W., Bronxville, N. Y. Hawkins. Robert Z., Cliffside. Hawley. Patricia E., Durham, Hayward. Allen T., Oradell, N. J. Haywood, Jerry M., Mt. Gilead. Heath, Donnie Lee, Fayetteville. Fifth Row: Heath. Roy A., Snow Hill. Heeden. Louis F.. Wilson. Heenan. Donald F.. Washmgton, D. C. Heilig, David S., Salisbury. Helmick, Wickey E., Jacksonville. Helms, Jerry N., Charlotte. Hemsath, Henry E.. Westfield, N. J. Hemphill, Jimmy D., tiflorganton. Sixth Row: Hendrix. David G.. St. Pauls. Herndon, Paul H., Alexandria, Va. Hicks, Earl P., Wadesboro. Hicks, Philip D., Spring Hope. Hightower, Foyle R., Jr.. Wadesboro. Hill, Stephen J., Kannapolis. Hindle, David D., Red Bank. N. J. Hinds. Joseph J., Jr., Gastonia. Seventh Row: Hobson, Charles D., Charlotte. Hotheimer, William H,, Norfolk. Va. Holden. Howard T.. Staunton, Va, Hollingsworth, J. Winston. Garland. Holloman, David R., Ahoskie. Holsenbeck, Wiley H.. Jr.. Jacksonville, Fla Homesley, Howard D., Cherryville. Hood, Gurney T., Burgaw. Eighth Row: Hope, Judith A., Grover. Horton, Ronald J., Bailey. Houck, Mickey E.. Salisbury. House, Marvin B., Lincolnton. Houston, Paul G., Chapel Hill. Howard. Gordon E.. Valley Stream. N. Y. Howden. Eugene F., Winter Park, Fla. Howell. Charles C, III, Jacksonville, Fla. Ninth Row: Howell, Nelson N., High Point. Howell. Ronald W., Newdale. Howells. Eleanor A.. Durham. Hoyle, William R.. Greensboro, Hubbard, Donald B.. Mooresville. Huggins. Bruce W., Lumberton. Human, Eppy W.. Stanley. Hundley, James D., Wallace. Page 170 CLASS OF 1963 First Row: Hurd, Charles Alston, Hinsdale, 111. Hurley, Daniel W., Biscoe. Hurst, Brian Laurence, Washington, D. C. Icard, Parks Edwin, Hudson. Irvin, Howard Samuel, Concord. Irvine, J. Nelson, Lookout Mountain, Ten Jackson, William Thomas, Elizabeth City. Jenkins, Larry Littleton, Mount Holly. Second Row: Jennnch, John H., Arlington, Va. Jess, Frances L., Fairfield, Conn. Jessup. Percy Wells, Jr., Elizabethtown. Jobe, Warren Y., Mebane. Johnson, Edwin L., Clinton. Johnson, Hugh S., Asheville. Johnson, Nyal W., Asheboro. Johnson, Stacy H., Dunn. Third Row: Jolley, Ronnie 0., Cliffside. Jonas, Charles R., Jr., Lincolnton. Jones. Chris D., Beaufort. Jones, Jeff L., Greensboro. Jones, John W., Liberty. Jones, Marvin L., Winston-Salem. Jones, Rafford E.. Gaffney, S. C. Jones, Robert C, West Suffield, Conn Fourth Row: Jones, Samuel S., Jr., Chapel Hill. Jones, Sandra P., Columbia, S. C. Jordon, Frank C, Greensboro. Jordon, Nick P.. Lenoir. Kahn, Stephen A., Summit, N. J. Kardos, Richard A., Fairfield, Conn. Keever, Richard A., High Point. Keever, Richard J., Lincolnton. Fifth Row: Kelleher, John T., Winston-Salem. Kennedy, Michael S., Shelby. Kessler, Ripley R., Hendersonville. Kiger, Jack E., Lewisville. Kilpatrick. Garvin Malcom, Burlington. Kimel, Edwin M., Winston-Salem. King, Philip, III, South Port. King, Richard H., Chattanooga, Tenn. Sixth Row: King, Robert E., Troy. King, Robert J., Jr., Wallace. Kipnis, Bruce E., Washington, D. C. Kluttz, James K., Albemarle. Kohn, William H., Mexico, Mexico. Kortner, Coleman K,, Greenwich, Conn. Lamm, William Franklin, Bailey. Lanier, Gail S., Lexington. Seventh Row: Lankford, Robert H., Ill, Elkin. Langston, Jan M., Wilson. Latane, Julie Gatewood, Chapel Hill. Lawrence, Thomas E., Glen Ridge, N. J. Lawrence, Willis R., Raleigh. Lawson, Virginia R., Sanford. Laughrun, Steve, Burnsville. Laughter, Linda S., Horse Shoe. Eighth Row: Lea, Frank G., Norfolk, Va. Leder, Edwin M., Clinton. Lee, Barry F., Lawndale. Lee, James Douglas, Mebane. Lee, Jessie Anna, Lilllngton. Lee, Sally Ann, Chapel Hill. Lennon, Richard S., Kings Mountain. Levy, Jon R., Hewlett, N, Y. Ninth Row: Lincoln, Walter B., Riverside, N. J. Linton, Herbert S., Rockingham. Little, George R., Ill, Elizabeth City. Logan, William C, Kannapolis. Long, Samuel F., Jr., Washington. Lord, Charles D., Ridgewood, N. J. Lothian, George G., Raleigh. Lowdermilk, James E., Valdese. wmwam Page 171 CLASS OF 1963 mm First Row: Love, Katherine Ferris, Clarkton, Love, Jo Carol, Mount Pleasant. Lovell William T., Jr., Winston-Salein. Lovett, Herbert E., Jr., Liberty. Lunetta, Carmine Paul, Morristovin, N, J. Lunney, William G., Goshen, N. Y. Lynch, Stephen A., Ill, Miami, Fla. Lynn, Thomas W., Washington, D. C. Second Row: McCall, Robert L., Spartanburg, S. C, McClellan. Robert W., Summit, N. !. McColsl(ey, Jan G., Lake City, Fla. McDonald, Joseph R., Southern Pines. Mcintosh, Janet E., Chapel Hill. McKnight, Alan E., Kannapolis. McKnight, Eric E., Kannapolis. McLamb, Joseph T., Clinton. Third Row: McMichael, James G., Jr., Winston-Salem. McNeely, Gv yn F., Hickory. McQuay, Jess B., Charlotte. Mackie, Frank S., Granite Falls. Madry, Robert W., Jr., Wilmington. Makepeace, John S., Sanford. Major, William L., Alexandria, Va. Manlove, Richard M., Seaford, Del. Fourth Row: Mandell, Harold R., Hendersonville. Marshburn, David T., Richlands. Martinelli, Luis R., Rep. of Panama. Mathis, Alfred R., Warsaw. Matkins, John A., Roanoke Rapids. Mattocks, Gordon L , Jacksonville. Maultsby. Terry N., New Bern. Mauzy, John T., Winston. Salem. Fifth Row: Mayer, Henry E., Kinston. Mayhew, Kenneth P., Jr., Mooresville. Merrill, Arthur J., Jr.. Atlanta. Ga. Miller, James B.. Albemarle. Miller, Patricia A., Durham. Millikan, L. M., Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mills. William B., Burlington, Monk, Betty J., Hurdle Mills, Sixth Row: Montague, James S., Roxboro. Moore, Berrien, III, Atlanta, Ga. Moore, Kenneth L,, East Rockaway, N. Y. Moore, Lloyd P , Ellenboro. Moore, William J., Canton. Moran, Nolan K., Burlington- Morgan, David B,, III, Asheville. Morgan. John J., Arlington, Va, Seventh Row: Morris, John Neal, Jr., Marion. Morris. Walter S., Jr., Morehead City. Mosley. Ralph W., Ahoskie. Mossor, James S , Wellsburg, W. Va. Motley. Phillip M., Durham. Moye, Joseph S., Greenville. Murray, Shade Jr., Nashville, Tenn, Myers, Joseph N., Pfafftown. Eighth Row: Neal, James B., Jr., Raleigh. Neal, James E.. Durham. Needham. Donald W., Greenville. Neisler, Hunter R., Jr., Kings Mountain. Newton, James H,, Highlands. Nobles, Billy N., Chadbourn. Northrop. Charles M., Chapel Hill. Oakley, Jesse Ronald, Mebane. Ninth Row: Cberdorfer, Ellis C, Jacksonville, Fla. Otto, Paul W., Springfield, Mass. Otts, John M.. Wilmington. Paschal, John S.. Jr., Rockingham. Pasour, Charles E., Dallas. Patterson. W. C, Bedford Hills, N. Y. Pattillo, R. H., Rockville Centre, N. Y, Payne, John B., Westport, Conn. Page 172 First Row: Peck, Richard H., Wasiiington. Pecli, Sheldon, Durham. Peeler, Joseph D., Shelby. Pell, James E., Greensboro. Perry, Bennett B., Louisburg. Perry, Ernest C, Raleigh. Petree, Walter Ronald, Graham. Phelps, Kenneth J., Rocky Mount. Second Row: Phelps, Larry W., Burlington. Phillips, Bruce A., Kinston. Phillips, Walter D., Beaufort. Pinney, Morgan R., New Castle, Pa. Pinson, Reginald A., Hudson. Pleasants, Riley Clyde, Jr., Raleigh. Poag, James C, McAdenville. Poehlein, Charles S., Asheville. Third Row: Poisson, George H., Wilmington. Poole, Donald E., Somerville, N. J. Poole, N. Lorene, Thomasville. Pope, David L., Stantonsburg. Portnoy, Barry A., Atlanta, Ga. Pouzzner, John G., Hamden, Conn. Powell, Eddy L., Mocksville. Powell. James M., High Point. Fourth Row: Powell, Joseph John, Bronx, N. Y. Powell, Robert D., Wilson. Powell, William C, Ruffin. Prakke, Herman W., Asheville. Presson, Jack B., Monroe. Price, Charles R., Dobson. Rabon, Roy H., Marion. Rahn, Stephen S., Collegepoint, N. Fifth Row: Randall, Ronald K., Havelock. Raney, David L., Lynchburg, Va. Raney, Thomas B. F., Chapel Hill. Range, Peter R., Athens, Ga. Rattican, Neal F., Fredericksburg, Va. Ray, Frederick C, Norfolk, Va. Ray, John T., Batavia, III. Record, Eugene E., Brookline, Mass. Sixth Row: Reddan, John A., Washington, D. C. Redwine, John C, Lexington. Reed, Clyde S., New York, N. Y. Reeves, Alfred P., Rye, N. Y. Reeves, Mamie L., Greenville. Remsburg. Frank R., Goldsboro. Renger, James D., Albemarle. Reston, James Barrett, Washington, Seventh Row: Reynolds, Delmar, Chattanooga, Tenn. Reynolds, Judith K., Richmond, Va. Rhodes, Carl D. A., Leaksville. Rhodes, Philip A,, Atlanta, Ga. Rhodes, Robert A., Mebane. Rhyne, Clyde R., Valdese. Richards, Channing 0., Charlotte. Richardson, Samuel K., Winston-Salem. Eighth Row: Riddle, Daniel L., Durham. Ridout, R. Ann, Chapel Hill. Riley, William B., Chattanooga, Tenn. Ritter, Charles D., Huntington, W. Va. Roark, James W.. Creston. Robbins, Rebecca A., Greensboro. Roberson. George W., Smithfield. Robertshaw, L. B., La Mesa, Calif. Ninth Row: Robinson, Holt D., Jr., Clinton. Robinson, Melton E., Wilson. Robmson, Michael J., New York, N. Y. Rochelle, Arthur W., Quincy, Mass. Rogers, Carl L., Jr., Raleigh. Rogotf, Arthur D., Rutherford, N. J. Roland, S. Joseph, Braintree, Mass. Roper, Albert L., II, Norfolk, Va. Tenth Row: Rose, Peter B., Seacliff, N. Y. Roseman, Irvin A., Jacksonville. Rosen, Stanley, Raleigh. Rosso, Joseph, Kinston. Rosso, Pete C, Kinston. Routenberg, L. J., North Miami, Fla. Royster, Rebekah H., Chapel Hill. Ruark, Henry G., Laurinburg. First Row: Rubin. David M., Greensboro Russell, Donald A., Scacsdale, N. Y. Sabiston, Walter R., Kinston Salamon, Harvey W., New York, N. Y. Sams, Leroy W., Jr., Winston-Salem Sanders, Mary C, Gastonia Sawyer, William A.. Gainesville, Ga. Schain, Donald R., Deal, N. J. Second Row: Schlesinger. Richard J., West Newton, Mass. Schnitzer, Mark C., Suffolk, Va. Scobie, David E., Fayetteville Scott, Elmer G., Jr., Charlotte Scott, John I., Brown Summit Sechler, John J., Newton Sedberry, Philip A., High Point Selden, William W., Jr., Weldon Third Row: Shanahan, Richard J., Jr., Hendersonville Shapiro, Samuel M., Washington, D. C. Shaw, William i., Halifax Shelton, Charles B., Lookout Mtn., Tenn. Shepherd, Thomas R., Hendersonville Sherrill, John A., High Point Shiftman, Steven C, New York, N. Y. Short, James L., Charlotte Fourth Row: Shuford, Billy G., Valdese Simmons, Robert G., Roseboro Simpson, Cecil 0., Jr., Silver Spring, Md. Simpson, David M., Winston-Salem Simpson, James A., Jr., Greenville, S. C. Sims, James V., Lilesville Smgletary, Robert L., Wellesley, Mass. Skeen, McDuffy B., Biscoe Fifth Row: Slattery, Michael J., Caldwell, N. J. Smith, David L., Rockingham Smith, James W., Liberty Smith, Jerry P., Lexington Smith, Philip C, Asheboro Smith, Robert H., Durham Smith, Ronnie J., Stanley Smith, Tony M., Asheboro Sixth Row: Smyre, Herbert L.. Newton Snavely, Dan M., Columbus, Ga. Snelling. David B., Jr., Asheville Solovei, Gerald A., New York, N. Y. Somers, Robert F., Chestertown, Md. Spach, Roy L., Jr., Winston-Salem Spencer, James C, Jr., Asheboro Springer, Franklin C, Raleigh Seventh Row: Southard, John W., Bethesda, Md. Stackhouse, Glenn A., San Francisco, Calif. Stallings, John G., Louisburg Stallings, William F., Charlotte Stamps, W. David, Yanceyville Stapleton, Donald R., Gastonia Stark, Lucien H., Wilson Stepp, Otis E., Jr., Canton Eighth Row: Stonaker, Roland H., Jr., Glen Ridge, N. J. Stout. George F., Wallace Straub, Daniel E., Middlesex, N. J. Stawhun, Donna S., Charlotte Stickland, Carter M., Greensboro Stuart, Burton W., Jr., Raleigh Stuver, Gerald C, Berkeley Heights, N. J. Sullivan. William R., Knoxville, Tenn. Ninth Row: Swain, Linwood I., Washington Swanson, George S., Fayetteville Taylor, John W., Harrington, Del. Teague, Roger K., Hickory Tharin, Blake W., Greensboro Thomas, George S.. Farmville Thompson, Cyrus B., Richlands Thompson, James C, Hillsboro Tenth Row: Thrasher, David R., Dayton, Ohio Thrower, William L., Williamston Thulin, N., Jackson Heights, N. Y. Thuss, John Woodard, W. Palm Beach, Fla. Tinkler. John B., Cliffside Townsend, Jerry L., Elizabethtown Townsend, W. H., Skaneateles, N. Y. Traynor, John M., West Hartford, Conn. First Row: Troutman, Charles W., Lenoir Tucker, Tony M., Sanford Tucker, William Beverly, III, Hertford Turner, William C, Reidsville Tuthill, Walter W., Jr., Madison, N. J. Tuttle, Roland L., Jr., Winston-Salem Tyndall, Leamon W., Fayetteville Underwood, David P., Charlotte Second Row: Upchurch, Tommy Dorsey, High Point Van Pelt, David S., Tenafly, N. J. Vanstory, Lee P., Jr., Greensboro Vaught, Elizabeth A., Swannanoa Veatch, Robert L., Setauket, N. Y. Vick, David R., Rocky Mount Vinroot, Richard A., Charlotte Violette, Martin H., II, Hickory Third Row: Waddell, Cole, Lancaster, S. C. Wagner, James R., Knoxville, Tenn. Walker, Robert L., Chapel Hill Walker, Tony W., Lenoir Walters, John D., Charlotte Ward, Scott D., Zirconia Warf, Charles D., Greensboro Warren, William D., Taylorsville Fourth Row: Watkins, William G., Reidsville Watson, Thomas C, Gastonia Wayland, John T., Jr., Chapel Hill Wearn, George P.. Charlotte Weathers, Belve R., II, Durham Wedler, Frederick C. 0., Greensbor( Weeks, James B., Newton Grove Welborn, Barry M., Winston-Salem Fifth Row: Welch, John B., Asheville Wells, George R., Winston-Salem Wells, William S., Chapel Hill West, Peter D., Annapolis, Md. Wheeler, Joseph G., Oxford Wheelock, George F., Algonquin, Canada Wheless, Dwight H., High Point Whisnant, Ralph B., Lenoir Sixth Row: Whisnant, William P., Gastonia Whisonant, Don S., Lincolnton White, Jerry D., Hobbsville White, Ralph L., Troy White, Spencer W., Scotland Neck White, Thomas J., Ill, Kinston Wilkerson, Donald M., Greenville Wilkerson, R. L., Chattanooga, Tenn. Seventh Row: Wilkinson, Beverly B., High Point Williams, Archibald H. A., Chapel Hill Williams, Mitchell L.. Crestview, Fla. Williams, Paul J., Weston, Conn. Williams, Thomas B., Nashville Williams, Warren W., Jr., Louisville, Ky. Williamson, Glenn I., Jr., Clemmons Williamson, R. Yates, Carthage Eighth Row: Winslow, Raymond A., Hertford Winters, Harold V., Morganton Winters, Jimmy G., Rocky Mount Willis, Benjamin S., Winston-Salem Wishon, Brenda R., Raleigh Wooden, Warren W., Raleigh Wootton, Virginia T., Chapel Hill Wuamett, William V., Cleveland Ninth Row: Wyman, George C, Winchester, Mass. Wynnes, Leo A.. Colerain Wysong, David A., Hickory Yates, Ralph L., Gastonia Yount, James A., Ctaremont Young, Perry D., Asheville Young, James L., The Plains, Va. Young, Wesley W., Henderson Tenth Row: Zaik, Richard A., Great Neck, N. Y. Zimmerman, George M., Greenville, S. 0. Zwack, David A., W. Caldwell, N. J. i (j4M Md% jj2 ' i %4 • 12S3 4 r " ■ ' n :U I " :;; ' . Mil: J I. ■ - ' - ■ . J- f. ::,- A ' i it INTRAMURALS Football Dorm Champions — Manly Dorm Fraternity Football Champions Zeta Psi Frosh Cake Race Poge 178 COACH FRANK McGUIRE AND CO-CAPTAINS YORK LARESE, DICK KEPLEY, AND DOUG MOE First Row: Marty Conlon, Yogi Poteet, Larry Brown, Don Walsh, York Larese, and Dieter Krause. Second Row: Coach Frank McGuire, Ken McComb, Jim Donohue, Dick Kepley, Jim Hudcck, Harry Jones. Doug Moe, Asst. Coach Dean Smith, and Manager. Page 180 Page 181 MARTY CONLON Forward The Tarheels opened the hardwood campaign with wins over the Tigers from LSU and the Cavaliers of Virginia in rather lopsided games. Carolina faithfuls were surprised to see Ken- tucky and Kansas State take the measure of the Tarheels in the next two games. Poor free throw shooting cost Carolina victory in each of these games. Carolina again attained high national ranking as they reeled off five consecutive victories which included impressive wins over Maryland, Villanova, and previously undefeated Duke in the annual Dixie Classic Cham- pionship in Raleigh. Carolina began the New Year by taking a trip to Charlotte to meet the fighting Irish of Notre Dame. The Tarheels were paced by the remarkable combo of York Larese and Doug Moe who both averaged over twenty points per contest. The return of Dick Kepley to the lineup after regaining form p roved invaluable to the Tarheels drive to power. Carolina followers looked forward to the January and February contests with hopes that the win streak would continue. LARRY BROWN Guard Page 182 Kepley in action during the Dixie Classic. Poge 183 SOCCER The 1960 edition of tiie North Carolina soccer team turned in a respectable 8-3 record. Coached by Marvin Allen, who was assisted by Tom DiArvie, Ian Ward, and Sal Esposito, the team lost only to NCAA runner-ups Maryland, Lynchburg, and Duke, Outstanding players this year were Captain Joe Perkins, whose hustle and drive inspired everyone; Jimmy Reston, the team ' s leading scorer as a sophomore; left wing Tom Sprinkle, who was second in scoring; All-South defensive ace Bob Quack- enbush; Captain-elect Dick Bordogna; and sophomore goalie Larry Steele, whose early season performances were outstand- ing. Carolina finished third in the ACC behind Maryland and Duke, losing a 4-2 heartbreaker to the latter in an overtime game. COACH MARVIN ALLEN AND CAPTAIN JOE PERKINS First ROW: Bill Sidbury, Tom Evins, Dick Bordogna, Jim Reston, Bob Quackenbush, Captain Joe Perkins, Tom Sprinkle. John Kenrick, Bill Shettle, and Bill Snyder. Second Row: Fred Parker, Drayton Hurd, Andy McNally, Bob Kepner, Ward Hamilton, Pete Henrietta, Charlie Shelton, Pete Buchly, George Campbell, Howie Gordon, Nelson Irvine, and Fred Burroughs. Third Row: Coach Marvin Allen, Asst. Coach Ian Ward, Manager Richard Stephan, Herman Prakke, Chris Van De Velde, Pete Austin, Larry Steele, Tom Griffith, Sam Leidesodorf, Kingman Brown, Assistant Coach Tony D ' Armi, and Asst. Coach Sal Esposito. WRESTLING First Row; Taylor Gilmore, Willis Johnson, Captain Pope Shuford, Mickey Nelson, 6. C. Wilhoit, and Reggie Brooker. Second Row: Jimmy Frank, Gene Record, Frank Lunney, Bill Lowrey, Tom Alexander, Frank London, Bill Shipp, Jerry Cabe, Cole Kortner. and Dick Blackman. " And the green sophomores became talented, experienced juniors " is the best way to sum up the 1960-61 version of the UNC Wrestling Team. The grapplers after a dismal record last year opened the new season with a smashing double victory over Washington Lee and Virginia. Notice was served that the Tar Heels would once again be among the nation ' s elite on the mat. Most of the credit for the Matmen ' s success goes to Coach Sam Barnes who, last year, initiated his new look offense. The improved team displays this effect. Returning starters include Mickey Nelson, Pete Gilchrist, Reggie Brooker, Gary McSwain, Pope Shuford, Tom Alexander, and Bill Shipp. The only seniors are 115 pounder Franl London and " handiman " Grover Wilhoit. Coles Kortner and Jim Kluttz are standouts from the Frosh Team last year. Page 1 85 THE STUDENT ATHLETIC COUNCIL The Student Athletic Council, now in its second year of formal organization, endeavors to concern itself with events related to our athletic system. The Council is composed of fourteen presidents and leaders of our athletic organizations. Among its duties and responsibilities are the planning of Homecoming, the development of the minor sports program, and the annual Student Caravan. The Council also fostered the beginning of the " Southern Belles, " coeds who greet and serve as hostesses for visiting teams. The Council is responsible to the Student Legislature and makes periodic reports to them on the success of activities. One of its endeavors now is to promote support toward obtain- ing funds for a new all-purpose coliseum-field house. The Council ' s purpose is to voice student ideas in the over- all athletic program and in this it serves well. STUDENT ATHLETIC COUNCIL — Seated: Mimi Smith, Anne Terry. Carolyn Durham. Carol Harrington. Standing: Angus Duff. Swag Grimsley, Tom Lawrence, Charlie Graham, Jay Lambeth, Fred Mueller, Dennis Rash. Tim McCoy. Page 1 86 eU c M rctluitiei y ' j » ••;■■■••: . 1 ' ' ' -X 5 ' trr : J i ■sn Lx YOUNG MEN ' S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Left to Right: Bill Piatt, Richard King, Pete Longenecker, Willis Williams, Lewis Rush, John Snyder. 1960 marked the one-hundredth anniversary of the beginning of the YMCA at the University of North Carohna. Throughout these years, the Y has been a non-de nominational lay movement of students, faculty and other persons which has sought to find the meaning of the Christian faith as it relates to the contem- porary world. The Y has been a pioneering organization on the Carolina Campus. In the 1800 ' s, the YMCA saw the need for a Book Exchange, Freshman Orientation, and intermural athletics, and thus fostered these additions to University life. Later, a Place- ment Bureau was started and deputations were begun to rural churches. During the past decade, the Y has helped lead the campus toward a better understanding of the problems of the world of students. The U.N. Seminars, Cosmopolitan Club, Symposium on Public Affairs, Campus Chest and Seminars Abroad are exemplary of the Y ' s concern. In 1960, Community Work became an even more significant part of the Y ' s program, thus bringing closer to reality one of the purposes of the YMCA as s tated in the Constitution of 1860. Out of a concern for the University, the magazine Parlance was Page 1! Planning the premier of Parlance. The IVlock Democratic National Convention picks its candidates. initiated. Throughout the year, significant programs in Inter- national Relations, Foreign Student work. Public Affairs and Human Relations helped to complement the contribution of the YMCA in relating the Christian Faith to the world. As the YIVICA begins its second century at the University of North Carolina, it remains alert to the spiritual, educational and social needs of the academic and world community of which it is a part. YMCA CABINET — First Row: John Snyder, Willis Williams, Lewis Rush, Paul Williams, Tammy Lefler. Second Row: Bill Piatt, Richard King, Pete Longe- necker, Bill Silliman, Jim Brown, Sam Jones. IliilMIMil Vi Sk I YWCA CABINET — First Row: Louise Loomis, Diane Gates. Lynn Sowder, Sharon Sullivan, Anne Way, Elizabeth Green, Mary Hunter Kennedy. Second Row: Maxine Greenfield. Mimi Bruce, Hannah Hart, Dana Borden, Kathy DuQuesney, Jane Smith. Third Row: Betty Hobson, Betty Mattern, Pam Patterson, Kay Slaughter, Nancy Kimball, Doug Smith, Bev Davis. YOUNG WOMEN ' S SHARON SULLIVAN President Hospital volunteer workers on the job. Page 190 The YWCA at Carolina is an inter-denominational organiza- tion open to all coeds, which strives in all of its work to manifest a sincere adherence to Christian ideals. An executive council, composed of seven elected officers, and a cabinet of twenty-two selected committee chairmen comprise the core of the Y ' s organization. Committees are geared to meet the interests of every coed by offering oppor- tunities for experiences in a variety of activities. A few of these areas include volunteer aid at Memorial Hospital; recreational work with children at the Blind School, Catholic and Methodist Orphanages; the preparation of a Model U.N. Assembly; the planning and presentation of a Mock Democratic Convention; participation in various conferences concerning prescribed topics of discussion; and the organization of a Vespers Pro- gram in the coed residences. Christmas for the young at heart. CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION In all of its endeavors, the YWCA seeks to offer its members an opportunity both to work with and to share beneficial experiences with their fellow students. Above all, however, the Y attempts to keep ever present a realization of the truth in the words . . . " What you keep you lose, and only what you give remains your own. " Front to Back: Sharon Sullivan, Anne Way, Louise Loomis, Mary Hunter Kennedy, Diane Gates, Lynn Sowder, Elizabeth Green. Page 191 The Baptist Student Union meets for a Friday night study. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION Through a varied program of study, worship, service and fellow ship, the Baptist Student Union works together to apply the principles of Christian faith to daily existence and to find a new and deeper meaning of Christian discipleship as Univer- sity students. A friendly welcome awaits every student at the Baptist Student Union center on Rosemary Street. HILLEL FOUNDATION Hillel at Carolina, a branch of the national B ' nai B ' rith Hillel Foundation is the Jewish Student Center on campus, its func- tions here are to unite the Jewish student to his historical Jewish heritage and to his fellow students. Various religious, cultural and social activities, including Sabboath Services, Sunday brunches, discussion and study groups, seminars, work- shops, a Freshman Cabinet, all help to achieve this goal. Working with Director Rabbi E. M. Rosenweig are Beverly Lapkin, Assistant; Ronny Birke, President; Bob Scott, Vice- President; Betsy Melasky, Recording Secretary; and Judy Stuhl, Corresponding Secretary. Hillel members get together for fellowship. SHHI v i H m ' Wf n ilPTI jlh-- jj ; jtes Canterbury Club members meet for a Sunday program and fellowship. CANTERBURY CLUB Each Sunday evening, the Canterbury Club, an organization for the Episcopal students at Carolina, meets to worship, to eat supper and together enjoy a program designed to develop broader Christian understanding. Ranging from jazz discussions to foreign speakers and picnics, these programs allow stude nts to get together informally, while at the same time promoting Christian fellowship. LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION The Lutheran Student Association is a group of students concerned with growth and expression of their faith. Convinced that religious beliefs do make a difference, the LSA seeks to develop a deeper understanding of Christianity and its relevance to life. Meeting every Sunday night for supper, worship and a program featuring a speaker, panel or a group discussion, the LSA strives to find richer meaning in its faith through its fellowship. Lutheran students gather for fellowship and study. Members of the Cosmopolitan Club, representing many different nation s, meet together COSMOPOLITAN CLUB The Cosmopolitan Club ' s aim is to bring together people of all nations and backgrounds in an atmosphere of friendship to exchange cultural ideas and to have fun. Officers are: Zoe Willet, President; Pappy Churchill, Social Chairman; Tim Tetlow, Cultural Chairman; Sandy Bryant, Secretary; Bill Warren, Treas- urer; Jerry Green, Publicity; and Fatama Ramazanoglu, Editor of Cosmo. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ' BOARD The International Students ' Board attempts to coordinate the activities of the various internationally oriented organizations on campus. Among its unique activities are coordination of the Goettigen University exchange program, programming of tours for foreign students, and execution of International Emphasis Week-end and the International Symposium. Its recent activities are directed toward acquiring an inter- national house, starting an exchange with some other European university and collecting information about work and study for Americans abroad. The members, appointed by the President of the Student Body, come from all walks of student life, several members being representatives to the board from other organ- izations. The International Students ' Board collect to discuss planned projects. , ' J- V ' " JL f- u Uon Our first conferences with our departmental advisors . . . elections when we assume the posts of leadership in the various major campus positions . . . now we realize that we are an integral and contributive element in the University. Gone are the pains of General College . . . phys ed, hygiene, lab courses ... and bevies of new coeds from assorted colleges deck the campus. The " Gung Ho " spirit of our sophomore year has subsided, the senior maturity and solemnity has not come upon us, so we are juniors. Left to Right: WARD MARSLENDER, Treasurer; JANICE HALEY, Social Chair man; KATHY FULENWIDER, Secretary; EDDIE MANNING, Vice-Presiden t. CLASS OF 1962 First Row: Abell, James Curtis, Yanceyville Abernethy, William Gordon, Chapel Hill Abrams, Elizabeth Ford, Dadeville, Ala. Absher, Henry Gray, Sigma Phi Epsilon, N. Wiikesboro Adams, James Benton. Jr., Rolesville Adams, James Bulla, Sigma Chi, High Point Adier, Barry Lynn, Tau Epsilon Phi, Morganton Second Row: Alexander, Thomas W. H., Delta Kappa Epsilon, Raleigh Alford, Mary Elizabeth, Awawat, W. Va. Allen, Arch Turner, III, Zeta Psi, Raleigh Allen, Charles Snead, Jr., Durham Allen, Jane Cox, Chi Omega, Lambert, Miss. Allen, Jane Rogers, Newbern, Ala. Allen, Sara Jo, Carthage Third Row: Alsop, Katherine Fair, Pi Beta Phi, Ocala, Fla. Anderson, Emily Wescott, Wilson Anderson, Gene Randall, Kinston Anderson, Zollie Neil, Jr., Mocksville Andrew, Herbert Allen, Sigma Chi, Greensboro Archie, Peter Bums, Kappa Sigma, Kinston Arnold, Bruce Lowe, Lambda Chi Alpha, Arlington, Va. Fourth Row: Arumi, Francisco, Quito, Ecuador, S. A. Atkins, Clyde Kelly, Sanford Auman, Howard Frank, Jr., Asheboro Avent, Frank Harper, Lambda Chi Alpha, Florence, S. C. Avent, Fred Campbell, Lambda Chi Alpha, Florence, S. C. Avery, Andrea Willene, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Atlanta, Ga. Avery, Frank Walton, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Winston-Salem Fifth Row: Avett, Ciegg Wallace, Hudson Bade, Edith Tessa, Greensboro Baggett, Barbara Ellen, Alpha Delta Pi, Daytona Beach, Fla. Bailey, Alfred Reno, Chapel Hill Bailey, Conrad Ziegler, Jr., Elizabeth City Bair, Anna Elizabeth, Pi Beta Phi, Winston-Salen Baity, William A., Geneva, Switzerland Sixth Row: Baker, Barnes Kimball, Elkins Park, Pa. Baker, Robert Homer, Wilmington Ballenger, Donna Gray, Chapel Hill Bangs, Mary Malinda, Brevard Barnes, Larry Allen, Fairmont Barnes, Larry Rufus, Kannapolis Barr, Nancy Lucile, Hennessey, Okla. rie. Phi Delta Theta, Durban- Barshay, Hyman Stadiem, Zeta Beta Tau, Wilson Bartlett, Eugenia Lynne, West Palm Beach. Fla. Basinger, Andrew Marshall, Sigma Chi, Charlotte Bates, G. William, Phi Delta Theta, Charlotte Baucom, Janet Elaine, Monroe Beakley, Kathleen, Jacksonville, Fla. Eighth Row: Bean, Richard Calderbank, Sigma Nu, Haddonfield, N. J. Beasley, William Keff, Monroe Becknell, Julis Elaine, Concord Beckwith, Elizabeth Graham, Raleigh Bell, Joseph Oscar, III, Chi Phi, Tuxedo Benbow, Carolyn Jane, Winston-Salem Benson, Rosalie Irwin, Hampton, Va. Ninth Row: Betts, James S., Selma Biser, Linda Anne, Kings Mtn. Blackman, John Walton, III, Fremont Blake, Charles Edward, Southport Blanton, Millie Ida, Forest City BIythe, Edwin John, Jr., Bloomfield, N. J. Bolick, Charles Steven, Wadesboro Page 197 CLASS OF 1962 First Row: Bondi. Peter Albert, Chi Psi, Abington. Pa. Bonner. Blanche Baker, Delta Delta Delta, Greensboro Bordogna, Richard James, Havertown, Pa. Bowen, Edgar Gerald, Plymouth Bowles, Robert Lee, Martinsville, Va. Bowman, Robert Carrol, Marshall Brannan, Patricia Ann, Charlotte Second Row: Brauer, Evelyn Susan, Hendersonville Brent. John William, Theta Chi, Bronxville, N. ' Brent, Willoughby Scott, Jr., Newton, Mass. Briggs. Raymond Bruce. Pi Kappa Phi, Canton Brinson. Oscar Rugh. Ill, Fayetteville Britt, Henry Forest, Fairmont Britton, Alton Lee, Lambda Chi Alpha, Roanoke Rapids Third Row: Bromwell, James Edward, Baltimore, Md. Brooker, Reginald John, Valdese Broughton, Charles Edward, III, Durham Brown. Betti, Pi Beta Phi, Jackson, Miss. Brown, Henrietta Bo. Hillsboro Brown, James H,. Phi Delta Theta. St. Louis. M Brown, James Peter, Chi Phi, Scarsdale, N. Y. Fourth Row: Brown, John Riley. Greensboro Brown. Kingman Bliss, Phi Gamma Delta, Washington, D. C. Brown, Reva Mae. Gastonia Brown. Theron Remfry, Jr., Alpha Kappa Psi, Atlanta. Ga. Brown. William Ronald, Monroe Browne, Jeanette Estelle, Hickory Browning. Hays Rittenhouse, Jr., Washington, D. C. Fifth Row: Bryan. Saundra Leigh. Chinquapin Bryan. Victor Carl, Wallace Bryant. Sandra Estelle. Martinsville, Va. Puch. Alan Dennis, Delta Upsilon, Warren, Ohio Buchanan. Edward Higgs, Greenville Fuckey. Richard Daniel. Charlotte Buescher. Brent Joseph, New Orleans, La. Sixth Row: Buie. John Gilbert, Jr., Fayetteville Eomgarner, Carl Bing, Delta Sigma Pi, Lenoir Bunn, Beverly Ann, Winston-Salem Burgess. Robert Dean, West Jefferson Burgess. Robert Philip. Rocky Mount Burkhardt. Douglas Carroll, Brookville, L. I., N. t Burnett, Timothy Brooks, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Greensboro Seventh Row: Burnside. Richard Harold, Chapel Hill Burroughs, Paul Leach, Phi Delta Theta, Raleigh Burrows. Richard Lee, Wallace Burrus, James Carter, Engelhard Busick, Howell L., Reidsville Butler, Algernon Lee, Jr., Phi Kappa Alpha, Clinton Butler, Lester Aaron, Jr., Concord Eighth Row: Butts, James Clellon, Lillington Buxton. David E.. Sigma Nu, Chevy Chase, Md. Byrd. Harold Crowin, Angler Byerly. Betsy Ray, Dunn Caligan Sydney Ferguson. Jr.. Wadesboro Callaghan. Robert Morse, Charlottesville. Va. Campbell. George Worth, Delta Kappa Epsilon, High Point Ninth Row: Cannon, Thomas Roberts, Phi Delta Theta, Raleigh Carlan, Martha Bennett, Candor Carlton, John Garland, Jr., St. Anthony Hall, Richmond. Va. Carney. James Terrence. Wilmington Carr. Alpheys Branch, Jr., Zeta Psi, Wilson Carr, Gladys Joy, Hillsboro Carr, Mary Jane, Rose Hill Page 198 CLASS OF 1962 First Row: Carroll, Charles Marion, Eutawville, S. C. Carroll, Marjorie Pearl, Washington, D. C. Carroll, Mary Margaret, Alpha Delta Pi, Durharr Carter, Jack Franklin, Jr., Southern Pines Carter, Samuel Patrick, Durham Cartwright, Thomas Crawley, Durham Casgrain, Louise Amedee, Washington, D. C. Second Row: Cates, Sharon Henrietta, Raleigh Caviness, Bobby Forrester, Delta Upsilon, Asheboro Cecil. Helen Thome, High Point Chaffin, Robert Rylan, South Mills Chaney, Eugene, Bristol, Md. Challen, Betty Doyle, Memphis, Tenn. Chapin, Harriet Talbot, Pleasantvilie, N. J. Third Row: Chapman, Lawrence Linde, Jr., Richmond, Va. Chason, Henry Vollers. Jr., Wilmington Cherry, William Grimes, III, Phi Gamma Delta, Rocky Mount Childers, Joseph Rogers, Mocksville Chostner, Judith Ann, Greensboro Claiborne, Dorothy Meade, Atlanta, Ga. Clack, Alvin Russell, Jr., Rocky Mount Fourth Row: Clark, James Wilford, Jr., Conover Clark, Joyce Ellen, Rocky Point Clark, Lynne Saunders, Kappa Delta, Northwoods, Glenside, Pa. Clark, Rosemary Ann, Hendersonville Clark, Tony Franklin, Lumberton Clement, Sally Barton. Roanoke, Va. Clinard, Johnson Burns, Winston-Salem Fifth Row: Cobb, Clyde Landon, Alpha Kappa Psi. Kings Mountain Cobb, Sandra Jean, Fayettewille Coble, Charles Allred, Greensboro Coble, John Malcolm, Oakboro Coffman, David Max, Cincinnati, Ohio Cole, Carolyn Andrews, Carolina Beach Cole, Tim Bruce, Charlotte Sixth Row: Collette, Roy Wilson, Jr., Phi Delta Chi, Mocksville Collins, Johnny Winfred, Jr., Greensboro Conner, Ronald Everett, Wilmington Cooke, James Coffield, Jr., Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Williamston Copenhaver, Roberta Lucile, Marion, Va. Corbett, John Arthur, Delta Sigma Pi. Marshall Cordon, Susie Harwood, Chi Omega, Chapel Hill Seventh Row: Couch, Elizabeth Louise. Charlotte Cowper, Louise LaRogue, Scarborough, N. Y, Cox, George Wheeler, Phi Delta Theta, Charlotte Cox, Harriet Elizabeth, Galax, Va. Cozart, William Thomas, Zeta Psi, Wilson Cravotta, Linda G., Arlington, Va. Creath, Patricia Jane, Pinehurst Eighth Row: Crippen, Judith, Jacksonville, Fla. Critz, George Conrad, Greensboro Cromartie, Carolyn Cook, Phi Mu, Fayetteville Cronenberg, Allen Thomson, Pi Kappa Alpha, Rocky Mount Crotts, Everett Bowers, Jr., Alpha Epsilon Delta, Thomasville Crow, Wanda Faye, Forest City Croxton, Mary Hunter, Danville, Va. Ninth Row: Crutchf ' eld, Benjamin Franklin, Jr., Chapel Hill Crutchfield, William Monroe, Pittsboro Dailey, John Calvin, Jr., Kappa Alpha. Durham Dalton, William Harvey, Delta Upsilon, Forest City Dameron, Anna Clark, Marion Danielson, Madeline Faith, Raleigh Davenport, Barbara, Newland i ' § M ■im. m mm » 1 :f f i Page 199 CLASS OF 1962 First Row: Davidson, Ann Chappell, Dawson, Ga. Davis, Allen Mebane, Delta Sigma Pi, Winston-Salem Davis, Anne Cunningham, Greensboro Davis, Connie Pauline, Arlington, Va, Davis. Cutter Dickinson, Chi Phi, Charlotte Davis, Paul Michael, Delta Sigma Pi, Winston-Salem Davison, Raymond Louis, Easton, Pa. Second Row: Dawes. William Redin, Jr., Theta Chi, Coral Gables, Fla. Day, Mary Jacquelyn, Laurens, S. C. DeBlasio, Joseph A., Delta Upsilon, Teaneck, N. J, Deifell, John Jey, Jr., Beta Theta Pi, Greenville DeKlever, Vaughn Gerard, Monroeville, Pa. Denton, Dorothy Mae, Morganton Denton, Jo Ann, Chapel Hill Third Row: DeVeau, Donald Elsworth, Jr., Chevy Chase, Md. DeVere. David Erskine, Morganton Dewey, Mary Webber, Goldsboro Dickens, Curtis Thomas, Reidsville Dicks, James Dale, Orlando, Fla. Dickson, Hilton M., Jr., Florence, S. C. Dillard, Clarence Neblett, Jr., Gary Fourth Row: Dillard, Odell Gaston, Delta Upsilon, Candler Dixon, Elizabeth Joyce, Millburn, N. J. Dorward, Mary Ellen, Delta Delta Delta, Elmhurst, III. Doughton, Martha Rebecca, Durham Dratler, Ruth H., Portsmouth, Va. Dorhomer, Coley, Daytona Beach, Fla. Drum, Blair Wilkinson, Newton Fifth Row: Duncan, Charia Florence, Miami, Fla. Duncan, Daniel O ' Driscoll, Sigma Phi Epsllon, Charlotte Duncan, Nadene Enola, Hickory Dunlap, Weldon Aaron, Asheboro Dunn, William Bonner, Phi Mu Alpha, Washington Dunn, William Lamon, III, Phi Gamma Delta, Pinetops Dunston, William Edward, III, Elizabeth City Sixth Row: Durrill, David Cole, Delta Upsilon, New Orleans, La. Earp. Daniel Hugh, Jr., Charlotte Eason, Jimmie Jer ome. Smithfield Eason, Thomas Guy, Charlotte Eastman, Henry Hensley, Jr., Winter Park, Fla. Edwards, Archie Hal, Charlotte Edwards, Drena, Ft. Bragg Seventh Row: Edwards. Frances Arlene. Kannapolis Efird, Clyde Heath, Jr., Burlington Efland, John Linasay, III, Efland Eggleston, Joseph Benjamin Highlands, Leaksville Elchholz, Lyn Ellen, Washington, D. C. Eidson, Gale Dean. Elkin Eile, John Howard, Zeta Beta Tau, Roslyn Heights, L. I.. N. Y. Eighth Row: Eldridge. Arthur Daniel, Kappa Sigma, Norfolk, Va. Eller, Roy Eugene. N. Wilkesboro Ellis, Patricia Anne, Guilford College Ellis, William Thomas, Wilson England, Emily Elaine, Atlanta, Ga. Engle, Frederick Leon, Fuquay Springs English, John Roger, Beta Theta Pi, Greensboro Ninth Row: Entwistle, John Walter Covington, Jr., Theta Chi, Rockingham Epiey, TroyI David, Morganton Eskridge, James Lester, Jr., Delta Kappa Epsilon, Greensboro Evans, Barbara Maureen, Delta Gamma, Branford, Conn. Evans, Jerry Covington, Phi Delta Theta, Winston-Salem Evans, Richard Henderson, Jr., Phi Gamma, Delta, Greenville Evans, William Casto, Chi Phi, Miami, Fla. Page 200 CLASS OF 1962 First Row: Eve, Madleyn Carol, Asheville Eure, Darden Johnson, Jr., Sigma Nu, Morehead City Ezzell, Robert Lee, Whiteville Ezzell, William Edward, Goldsboro Farrior, Edward Milton, Jr.. Kappa Sigma, Burgaw Farris, Ray Simpson, Jr.. Phi Delta Tlieta, Matthews Farthing, Esther Constance, Wilmington Second Row: Faulkner, Kenneth Wayne, Gastonia Fawsett, Charles Robinson, Chi Psi, Orlando, Fla. Feinberg, Louis Elton, Zeta Beta Tau, Tallahassee, Fla. Fetner, Lawrence Jackson, II, Asheboro Filsoof, Adel Allan, Teheran, Iran Finch, Lawrence Owen, Chapel Hill Fisher, John Allen, Scotland Neck Third Row: Fitzgerald, William C, Kappa Alpha, Albemarle Fletcher, Barbara Moore, Durham Fletcher, Bob B., Elizabeth City Fletcher, Kay Elizabeth, Raleigh Floyd, Edward Thornton, Raleigh Floyd, Maurice Anthony, Rocky Mount Fountain, Reginald Morton, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Tarboro Fourth Row: Fowler, Lucretia Dawneda, Grundy, Va. Francis, Raymond Joseph, Great Falls, S. C. Franklin, Ronald L., Newland Frazier, Elizabeth Hope, Chattanooga, Tenn. Froneberger, Susan Lenora, Gastonia Frye, John Callanan, Hickory Frye, Ted Leroy, Jr., Carthage Fifth Row: Fussell, James Davis, Rose Hill Gallager, Ben Barker, Charlotte Gandy, Billie Yvonne, Concord Gannaway, Jann, Chi Omega, Charlotte Ganson, Patricia Loughrey, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Delray Beach, Fla. Garcia, Lucia, Holguin Oriente, Cuba Garner, Coy Stephen, Denton Sllth Row: Garner, Tommy Joe, Newport Garrard, William Lewis, Alpha Kappa Psi, Madison, N. J, Gaulden, James Carlos, Jr., Durham Gentry, 0. Louis, Greensboro Gentry, William Arthur, Asheboro George, Paul Chrest, Waynesville Ghiselin, Bernard William, Jr., Newport News, Va. Seventh Row: Giles, Curtis Ronald, Spindale Glascock, Thomas Addison, III, Beta Theta Pi, Greensboro Glass, Paul Milton, Jr., Burlington Glover, Eugenia Hoyt, Williamston Glover, Travis, Erwin Gobble, Navie Wayne, Winston-Salem Godwin, Jeanne Miriam, Dunn Eighth Row: Godwin, Joanne Doris, Dunn Gonzales, Charles Fennell, III, Kappa Alpha, Pensacola, Fla. Goode, David John, Lambda Chi Alpha, Winston-Salem Goodrich, Marna Jean, Chi Omega, Baton Rouge, La. Gorham, Alonzo Dumay, Jr., Wrightsville Beach Gould, Nathaniel Jay, Manhasset, N. Y. Grafman, Stephen Winston, Zeta Beta Tau, Birmingham, Ala. Ninth Row: Graham, John Ellison, Kappa Sigma, Cleveland Graham, Philip Earl, Lincolnton Gray, Carroll Lee, Bynum Gray, Farnum Moore, Charlotte Greason, Muff, Morristown, N. J. Greene, Joe Elliott, North Augusta, S. C. Greenfield, Maxine 8., Alpha Delta Pi, Chapel Hill Page 201 CLASS OF 1962 First Row: Gregory, Fred Heyward. Charlotte Griffin, Annie Jo, Louisburg Griffin, Bruce Hartwell. Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma, Monroe Gngsby, George Talmaijge. Holly Springs Grover, William Maurice, Delta Sigma Pi, Oldlyme, Conn. Guin, Phillip Earl, Southern Pines Haithcock, Eddie Cree, Spencer Second Row: Hale, Phyllis Ann, Raleigh Haley, Janice, Marie, Looi out Mln., Tenn. Hail. Louise Wheeler, Banner Elk Hamilton. David Earl, Asheboro Hamlet, Jane Elizabeth, Durham Hanchrow, Linda Ellen, Wilson Hangs, Mary Catherine, Houston, Tex. Third Row: Happer, Ian Morgan, Lenoir Hargrove, Wade Hampton, Jr., Kappa Alpha, Clinton Harrill, Cdell Ossie, Jr., Sanford Harrington, Francis Cole, Jr., Greensboro Harrington, Melinda Carole, KannapoMs Harrison, Cecile Caroline, Delta Delta Delta, Durham Harrison, Martha Faye, Thomasville Fourth Row: Harriss, Oscar Hooks, Kappa Sigma, Wilson Harriss. William Graham. Sigma Nu, Phi Mil Alpha, Columbia, S. C. Hartsell, Bobby Ray, Kannapolis Hartung. James Deakins, Phi Delta Theta, Chattanooga, Tenn. Haskell, Robert Henry, Martinsville, Va. Hauser, Doris Ann, Fayetteville Hawkins, William Grady, Jr., Forest City Fifth Row: Hayes, Elizabeth Susan, Chapel Hill Hederman, Bernice Flowers, Chi Omega, Jackson, Miss. Hegarty, John Francis, Chester, Pa. Helms. Neal Gardner, Matthews Henderson. Mary Ann, Chi Omega, Savannah. Ga Henderson, Mary Constance. Greensboro Hendrick, Betsy Benet, Shelby Sixth Row: Hendricks, June Gwendolyn, Waynesuille Hendrickson, Richard Fulton, Phi Delta Theta, Raleigh Henry, Larry Dayle. Horse Shoe Herndon. Alphus Sanders, Jr., Durham Hewes, Caroline Rosson, Gulfport, Miss. Hickes, Ronald Jay, Charlotte Hildebrand, Margaret Lynn, Washington, D. C. Seventh Row: Hill. Mrs. JoAnn Hunter, Mantee, Miss. Hilliard. Kenneth Jackson, Jr., Asheboro Himelick. Nancy Sue, Durham Hinson. Elizabeth Evangeline, Alpha Delta Pi, Monroe Hitch, David Charles, Raleigh Hobbs, Cecil Wright, Jr., Roseboro Hoffler, Harold Barton, Sunbury Eighth Row: Hofler, Eugenia Roberts, Windsor Hofler, Richard Daniel, Hobbsville Holderness, Haywood Dail, Jr., Delta Kappa Epsilon. Tarboro Holliheld. William Mason, Jr., Lenoir Hollingsworth, John Emmons, Teachex Holmes. John Alden, Theta Chi, Newaik, N. J Holt, Barbara lone, Julian Ninth Row: Holt, Linda Marilyn, Albertson Hood, Walter Kelly. Anderson. S. C. Hopewell, Alton Oliver, Jamesville Hornaday, Betty Lou, Biltmore Hornthal, Allen Lane. Pi Kaopa Alpha, Tarboro Houston. Forrest Rolland. Winston-Salem Houston. Majorie Gayle, Phi Mu Alpha, Colquitt, Ga. Page 202 CLASS OF 1962 First Row: Howard, Jane Wier, Phi Beta Pi, Westfield, N. J, Howe, Mary Francis, Pinehurst Howie, Jane Blair, Monroe Howland, William Slocum, Jr., Kappa Alplia, Coconut Grove, Fla. Hubbard, William Colvin, Phi Delta Theta, Raleigh Huckabee, Martha Lyia, Albemarle Hudson, Danny Allan, Cramerton Second Row: Huggins, Hubert Sydney, III, Rockingham Huguely, Geoffrey Allen, Bethesda, Md- Huie, L itchfield Pattersen, Sigma Nu, War; Humphreys, Julia Gorham, Fayetteville Huntt, Josephine Metts, Raleigh Hurt, William Stuart, Clii Psi, Raleigh Hutchinson, Henry Lee, Wadesboro Third Row: Hyatt, Frances Louellen, Cherokee Hylton, Elmer Ernest, Mayodan Hynes, James E , Kappa Alpha, Charlotte Ingram, Ralph Pearson, Sigma Chi, Roanoke Rapids Inscoe, Jimmie Turner, Delta Upsilon, Louisburg Irvin, James Thomas, Bennettsville, S. C. Isaac, Joe Morrison, Lenoir Fourth Row: Isley, Rex Moody, Theta Chi, Snow Camp Ivey, Bill Wayne, Asheboro Ivey, Mary Stinceon, Bronxville, N. Y. Jackson, Frederick William, Jefferson, Maine Jackson, Jane, North Andover, Mass. Jackson, Mary Diana, Goldsboro Jarman, Larry Wooten, Jr., Richmond, Va. Fifth Row: Johnson, John Lewis, Asheboro Johnson, Robert Lee, Greensboro Johnson, Suzanne. Sanford Johnson, William Howard, Chi Psi, Benson Johnston, Nancy Elizabeth, Charlotte Jones. Charles Lee, Alpha Epsilon De ' ta, Adey Jones, Faris H., Lambda Chi Alpha, Atlanta, Ga Sixth Row: Jones, Jerry Godwin, Four Oaks lones, Knox Houston, Hillsboro K« Jones, Margaret Stephens. Norfolk. Va. Jones, Marian, Chapel Hill v Jordan, Jane Lindley, Raleigh Bv Joslyn, Harry Pennington, III. Kappa Sigma, Wilmington, Del. Kale, Sidney Maxwell, Jr., Marshville 1 1 Seventh Row: Karnett, Marsha Gail, Avondale Estates, Ga. Kay, Hildegarde Schcize, Charleston, W. Va. Kehayes, Thomas Carl, Edenton Keller, Mary DeVere, Blowing Rock Kemp, Martha Virginia, Pi Beta Phi, Charleston, W, Va. Kemper, L. Sinclair, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Newberry, S. C. Kenan, Richard Maxwell, Chi Phi, Asheboro Eighth Row: Kendrick, Martha Rudisill, Monroe Kepner, Robert Ford, Kappa Alpha, New Orleans, La. Kerbaugh, John Thomas, Alpha Tau Omega, N. Wilkesboro Kerr, Thomas Lewis, Statesvilte Kesler. Stephen E., Kings Mtn. King, Elizabeth Anne, Farmville King, James Richard, Randleman Ninth Row: King, William Allen, Kinston Kinney, George G., Statesville Knaus, Judith Ann, Longmeadow, Mass. Knott, Edmund Tayloe, Washington Knott, Robert N. W., Asheboro Kohn, Lee, Montgomery, Ala. Koontz, Thomas Jeffrey, Lexington mzBi] Page 203 CLASS OF 1962 HHd y - r. , ,, . . t § f flf f First Row: Kornegay, Martha Elizabeth. Fayetteville Krapf, Carol Jean, Charlotte Kusttner, Floyd Harold, Danville, Va. Kwist, Garry Rodger. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Springfield. Mass. LaJoie, Helene Medora, Waterbury. Conn. Lambe, Betsy Anne, Raleigh Land. Roy Vernon, Jr., Smithfield Second Row: Lassiter, Richard Edward, Sigma Nu, Colerain Latham, Elizabeth Dean, Charlotte Latta. Elizabeth Randolph. Louisburg Laudig. Carolina S-. Cleveland. Miss. Lauster, Lorna Jean. Pinebluff Lawrence, Denard Thomas, Morehead City Lawrence, James Leon, Elkin Third Row: Laws, John, Jr.. Fayetteville Lawson. Ann Ellen. Louisville. Ky. Lee. Howard Moore. Jr.. Dunn Left, Clyde Toby, Columbia, S. C, Lefler, Hugh Talmage, Jr.. Pi Kappa Alpha, Chapel Hill Lefort, Charles Ernest, Zeta Psi, Raleigh Lehmann, Charles. Delta Upsilon, Clifton. N. J. Fourth Row: Leimone. John Edward, Burgaw Lenhardt, Benjamin Franklin, Jr., Alpha Phi Omega, Greenville, S. C. Leonard, Paul Lynn, Winston-Salem Leonard, Robert Pat, Jr., Kappa Sigma, Wilmington, Del. Leu, Margaret Jane, Nashville, Tenn, Lewis. Howard Massey, Spruce Pine Linden, Stephen Trimble, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Wilmington, Del. Fifth Row: Lincweaver, Robert Wellford, Sigma Chi, Greensboro Little. Lloyd Harry. Hickory Little, Maylon E., Winterville Lloyd, Gayle Powder. Decatur. Ga. Logsdon, Linda Beth. Chapel Hill Lowder, Stephen Carlton, Chi Phi, Bristol, Va. Lowrance, Neal Davis, Pi Kappa Alpha, Clemmons Sixth Row: Lowrey. Francis William, Kensington, Md. Loy. William Riley. Burlington Lucas. John Harvey. Chapel Hill Lupton, Harvey Arthur, Jr., Winston-Salem Lynn. Olin Nick. Jr.. Newton MacDougall. Jean Elizabeth. Akron. Ohio MacLean. William Jerry, Carthage Seventh Row: McAllister. Janet Goodwin. Chapel Hill McArthur. Roland Edward. Wilson McCall, Nancy Ewart. Darien, Conn. McCarthy. Carol Ann. Asheville McClinton. Rowena. Chi Omega, Jackson. Miss. McClister. J. Michael, Alpha Tau Omega, Bristol, Tenn. McConnell. John Daniel. Jr., Sigma Chi, Southern Pines Eighth Row: McCoy, Timothy Columbus, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Gordonsville, Va. McCuiston, Phyllis Jean, Greensboro McDonald. Chauncey Maurice. Saint Pauls McDonald. Francis Dudley. Jr., Charlotte McDonald. Lance Alexis. Fort Bragg McElory, Pender Roberts, Marshall McFarland, Marcia, Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Ninth Row: McGehee. Mary Franklin. Winston-Salem McGregor, James Tillman, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Greensboro McGregor, Linda Moore, Greensboro McGowan, Betty, Smithfield Mcintosh. James Nathan, Wilmington McKeithan. Lee. Bolivia McLeod. Donald Virgil, Sanford Page 204 CLASS OF 1962 First Row: McMillian, Benton Lee, Jr., Kappa Sigma, Wilson McNairy, Robert Porter, Greensboro McNaull, James Neal, Charlotte McQuade, Roberta Anne, West Hartford, Conn. McRorie, William Edward, Bostic McSwain, Franklin Lee, Phi Delta Theta, Murphy Mack, Charles Randall, Rome, Italy Second Row: Mackorell, James T., Chapel Hill Mahncke, Dieter Martin, Walvis Bay, South West Africa Mallon, Michael Tyrone, Clarksville, Tenn. Malone, Robert Bailes, Phi Delta Theta, Atlanta, Ga. Malpass, Billy, Kinston Manning, Daniel Alston, Williams ton Manning, Edward Martin, Tau Epsilon Phi, Gastonia Third Row: Mansfield, Clarence Franklin, Burlington Mansfield, Rudolph Lawrence, Chi Phi, Charlotte Mantooth, Allen Lester, Gastonia Mahuel, Carolyn Spach, Greensboro Manuel, 0. Wendell, Madison Maree, Benjamin Leslie, Rutherfordton Maree, Franklin Kenyon, Alpha Phi Omega, Rutherfordton Fourth Row: Marks, Lemuel Harris, Phi Gamma Delta, Whiteficid Marsh, Howard D., Jr., High Point Martin, Jessie David, Lawsonville Martin, John Marvin, Alpha Chi Sigma, Winston-Salem Martin, John William, Phi Mu Alpha, Mount Airy Maxwell, Anne Elizabeth, Pi Beta Phi, New Orleans, La. May, Emanuel, III, Burlington Fifth Row: Mayer, Robert Alfred, Jr., Winston-Salem Mayhue, Hugh Wayne. Kings Mountain Mayo, Howard Anderson, Jr., Hendersonville Meadows, Sarah Lowe, Hinton, W. Va. Medford, William Lawrence, Alpha Kappa Psi, Rocky Mount Melasky. Sara Elizabeth, Charlotte Mendenhall, Edwin Gray, Sanford Sixth Row: Merrill, Mary Rebecca. Arlington, Va. Merritt, Emma Jane, Phi Mu, Mount Airy Michael, Ann Pickett, High Point Michaux, Roy Herman, Beta Theta Pi, Greensboro Miller, Alfred James, New Rochelle, N. Y. Miller, Don Gilbert, Chi Psi, Winston-Salem Miller, James Wesley, Denton Seventh Row: Millican. George Ronald, Kappa Alpha, Albemar Milstead, William B., Alpha Tau Omega. Rockingham Mims, Linda Leigh, Cramerton Mixon, Catherine, Chi Omega, Memphis, Tenn. Mixon, Henry Walton, III, Goldsboro Mooney, L. Condra, Chadbourn Moore, Franklin D. R., Tillery Eighth Row: Moore, George Elliott, Raleigh Moore, Glen Robert, Raleigh Moore, Lofton Samuel, Charlotte Moore, Nancy Brown, Roseboro More, Ned Aaron, Chi Psi, Windsor Moore, Samuel Robert, Gastonia Moos, Valerie Rodriguez, Ossining, N. Ninth Row: Morgan, James Patrick, Alpha Phi Omega, Raleigh Morgan, Maria Collins. Elizabethtown Morgan, Melzer Adron, Jr., Kappa Alpha, Alpha Phi Omega, Smithfield Morris, David George, Apex Morns, Robert Jeffry. Delta Upsilon, Shelby Morrison, Myra Neal. Washington, D. C. Morse, Kathleen Gayle, W. Asheville Page 205 CLASS OF 1962 i SEl First Row: Morton, Patricia Jean, Charlotte Morton, William Irving, Washington, D. C. Moser, Rick Darrell, Hickory Mosher, John Francis, Fort Bragg Moss, Arthur Laverne, Jr., Shelby Mueller, Otto William, Burlington Mullen, Joel Benette, Raleigh Second Row: Mullins, Sylvia Deas, Kappa Delta, Macon, Miss. Murphy, Frank Hughes, Hamlet Murphy, George R., Sigma Chi, Greensboro Murr, David Lafayette, Hickory Myers, Martha Ann, Pfafftown Meal, Frances Mason, Roanoke, Va, Neal, Joffn Preiss, Hillsborough, Cal. Third Row: Neaton, Jackson Robbins, Southport Neerman, Stanford, Greensboro Nelms, Robert L., Aulander Nelson, George Rodney, Morehead City Nelson, Margaret Karen, Chi Omega, Starkville, Miss. Nelson, Milton Wade, Delta Sigma Pi, Lenoir Nelson, Virginia Hunt, Weirviood, Va. Fourth Row: NevBsome, Jo Ann, Brevard Newton, Anne Lois, Winston-Salem Nicholas, Richard Henry, Winston-Salem Nicholas, Thomas Docton, Jr., Winston-Salerr Nichols, Graham Ernest, Jr., Roxboro Noblin, Roland Earl, Jr., Sigma Nu, Raleigh Noel, George Thompson, III, Kannapolis Fifth Row: Norman, Cynthia Anne, Raleigh Norton, James Lee, Jr., Albemarle Nunnery, Stacy Arnold, Stedman Dates, Rudolph Owens, Alpha Kappa Psi, Faison Odom, Edsel Monroe, Wallace O ' Donnell, Marcia Sue, Simsbury, Conn. Oldham. George Roberts, Delta Sigma Pi, Raleigh Sixth Row: Oldham, Katherine Clark, Pi Beta Phi, Louisville, Ky. Oliver, John Hill, Summit, N. J. Ollis. John William, Ingalls O ' Neill, James Gordon, Richmond, Va. Oppenheimer, Joe Loveman, Zeta Beta Tau, Birmingham, Ala. Overby, Donald Lee, Wilmington Overcash, Laura Elizabeth, Concord Seventh Row: Owen, John Waverty, Jr., Carrboro Paden, Jane Arline, Chi Omega, Arlington, Va. Padgett, William Cameron, Chapel Hill Page, George Douglas, Delta Sigma Pi, Brevard Page, Hubert Hodnett, Jr., Yanceyville Parham, Martha Toone, Oxford Parner, Herman Richard, Jr., Greensboro Fighth Row: Parker, Joseph Bernard, Jr., Chi Psi, Norfolk, Va. Parker, Martha Elizabeth, Zeta Tau Alpha, Asheville Parker, Pamela Anita, Sylvania, Ga. Parker, Ruby Litaker, Concord Parker, Thomas Vernon, Gates Parks, Erastus Bennett, III, Winston-Salem Partin, John Wayne, New Bern Ninth Row: Patronis, John G., Roanoke Rapids Patterson, Thomas McEvoy, Chapel Hill Payne, Eileen Fay, Wilmington, Del. Payne. Frances Mills, Ashevitle Payne, Frank Mast, Jr., Boone Pedersen. Carl Jens, Fort Lee, N. J. Peel, Jesse Robert, Everetts Page 206 CLASS OF 1962 First Row: Peele, Julian Tliomas, Jacksonville Pendergraft, Norman Elveis, Durham Penland, Roger Glenn, Alpha Tau Omega, Durhan PenneH, Wayne Estel, Kannapolis Penninger. Sybil Hendrix, Rockwell Perry, Mark Braswell, Chapel Hill Perry, Thurston Ray, Zebulon Second Row: Peterson, Nancy Jo., St. Petersburg, Fla. Pfister, Max Edward, Waxhaw Phillips, Dell Rita, Spruce Pine Phillips, Earl Norfleet, Jr., Delta Kappa Epsiion, High Point Phillips, Llewellyn, II, Sigma Nu, Morehead City Phillips, Robert Kent, Palmyra Phillips, Susan D., Westfield, N. J. Third Row: Piland, Howard M., Fayetteville Pinyoun. Constance Valerie. Raleigh Pipkin. Molly, Alpha Delta Pi, Charlotte Pittleman, James B., Zeta Beta Tau, Washington Planer, Paul Morgan, Tau Epsilon Phi, Gastonia Piatt, Janis Lucille, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Southbury, Conn. Pleasants. Clifton Edward, Jr., Phi Delta Theta. Winston-Salem Fourth Row: Piummer, Catherine Anne. Wilmington Polk, Robert Melton, Jr., Hamlet Pollard, Forrest Alfred, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Durham Pons, Roy Kenneth, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Valdese Poteat, Harold Bowman, Marion Potter, Benjamin Franklin, Jr., Chapel Hill Powell, Robert Stewart, Wallace Fifth Row: Powell, Rowland, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Augusta, Ga. Powers, Lona Evelyn, Durham Pownall, Ann Fairfield, Milford, Conn. Prescott. Gail Thais, Suffern, N. Y. Proctor, Elizabeth Ann, Chapel Hill Proctor, Robert Allen. Rocky Mount Pullen. Mary Boiling. Atlanta. Ga. Sixth Row: Purrington. John Ward, Zeta Psi, Raleigh Purser. Robert Gene. Phi Kappa Sigma, Charlotte Pyatt, James Gragg, Marion Quessenberry, Marion Reeves. Raleigh Quinn. James Frank. Gastonia Quinn. Sharon Lea. Hastings-on-Hudson. N. Y. Ramazanogtu. Fatma, Istanbul. Turkey Seventh Row: Ramsey. Hilda Henrietta, Asheville Rash, James Dennis, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Len Ratley, Charles Durham, Pi Kappa Phi, Red Springs Ray, Judy Leigh. Raleigh Reed. Elizabeth Ann. Alpha Gamma Delta, Poland. Ohio Regan. John Breck. Chi Phi, St. Pauls Reid. Gordon Francis. Detroit, Mich. Eighth Row: Remmers, Mary Blanche. Anchorage. Ky. Reppucci. Nicholas Dickon, Hollywood, Fla. Reynolds. Donna Jean. Pittsburgh. Pa. Rhodes. Grover Frederick, Pink Hill Rich, Alvis Marvin. Pi Kappa Alpha, Burlington Richardson. Robert Benbow. Pi Kappa Alpha, Charlotte Richert, Lynda Sue. Raleigh Ninth Row: Ring. Giles Everett. Camden, S. C. Ritchie, William Joseph, Greensboro Rivenbark, Robert Turner, Wallace Robbins, Gordon Daniel, Alpha Chi Epsilon, Rocky Mount Roberson, Agnes Jane, Hazelwood Roberts. Joseph Boxley, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Mt, Holly Roberts, Surry Parker, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Durham Page 207 CLASS OF 1962 wm First Row: Roberts, Walter Vance, Jr., Asheboro Robertson, Susanne, Princeton, N. J. Rogers, Nancy Jo, Fort Smith, Arl(. Rogers. Rollin Anthony, Ft. Pierce, Fla. Rogers, Thomas K., Jr., Chapel Hill Rollins, Paul Workman, Chi Psi, Winston-Salen Rooney, Michael James, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Charlotte Second Rovv: Rose, Bill, Charlotte Rosefield, Anita Moise. Sumter, S. Ross, Craig Alexander, Chi Phi, Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. Ross, Gordon Nicholas. Charlotte Rouse, James Hubert, Raleigh Rucker, Jerry Alan, Spindale Ruffin, Margaret Tyson, Greenville Third Row: Rushton, Sally Kay. Roanoke. Va. Russell, Frank Alton. Chi Phi, Monroe Ryder, James Arthur, Jr.. Miami, Fla. St. Clair, Giles, Jr.. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Montclair, N. J. Sanderford. Lynda Marcelle, Raleigh Sanders. Eleanor Sue. Chi Omega, Vicksburg, Miss. Sandler, Joan Gail, Charlotte Fourth Row: Sauls, Silas Burns, Raleigh Sawyer, Calvin Lary, Delta Sigma Pi, Elizabeth City SavKyer, Katharine Bell. Windsor Schell, Susan Lee. Winston-Salem Schlosser. Emil Steve, Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma, Greensboro Schoch. Arch Kerper, Sigma Chi, High Point Schwartz. Otto. Castle Hayne Fifth Row: Scott. Carl Clinton. Durham Scott. Ralph, Jr., Kinston Scott, Robert Michael, Jacksonville Seastrom, George Richard, Charlotte Seaton, Johnnye Marie. Wilmington Seawell, Theodore Graham. Alpha Phi Omega, Apex Selby, Sara Ruth, Charlotte Sixth Row: Sellers. Mark Ashley, Sigma Chi, Washington. D. C. Sessoms, Robert Lee, III. Raleigh Setzer, David Munro. Old Fort Sevier. Robert English. Beta Theta Pi, Asheville Sewell. Rudy. Pi Beta Phi, Trinity. Ala. Shaffner. Randolph Preston, Winston-Salem Sharp. Lora Louise. Chapel Hill Seventh Row: Sharp. Michael Rust, St. Anthony Hall, Bryn Mawr, Pa. Shaw, Dorothy Jane, Phi Mu, Durham Shaw. Forrest Clinton. II. Fayetteville Shearin, Charles Winston. Warrenton Shearin. Jane Carolyn. Chapel Hill Shepherd, William Aubrey. Durham Sherer. Robert Glenn, Jr., Dothan. Ala. Eighth Row: Sherrill. Hugh H., Fayetteville Shoaf, David Charles. Chapel Hill Shubkin. Ronald Lee, Alpha Chi Sigma, Charlotte Shuford, Abner Pope, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Hickory Shugart, Mary Earl. Kappa Delta, Cohutta. Ga. Sidbury. William Mason, Garner Sienknecht, Martha Ellen, Delta Delta Delta, Knoxville, Tenn. Ninth Row: Sigmon, James Lewis, Jr.. Newton Silver. Susanne Carol. Richmond, Va. Simkin, Sheila Sue, Anderson. Ind. Simmons. Howard David. Zeta Beta Tau, Athens. Ga. Simmons. Linda Beatrice, Winston-Salem Simonton, Vincent Edmund, Baltimore. Md. Simpson, Allen Johnson, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Greenville, S. C. Page 208 CLASS OF 1962 First Row: Simpson, Bill R., Monroe Simpson, Mary Sue, Kappa Delta, Shaw, Miss. Simpson, Oscar Romulas, Lumberton Simpson, Taliaferro S., Charlotte Sirianni, Albert Michael, Oakhurst, N. J. Slagle, Edward Sheldon, Sylva Slate, Stevi Anne, Chi Omega, High Point Second Row: Sloan, James Boykin, Phi Gamma Delta, Wilmington Smith, Bettye Gray, Alpha Gamma Delta, Elizabethtown Smith, Daphne Anne, Greer, S. C. Smith, David Allen, Pi Kappa Alpha, Gastonia Smith, Donald Newton, Jr.. Greer, S. C. Smith, Doris Jean, Liberty Smith, Douglas Goold, Sigma Chi, Gibraltar, B. C. C. Third Row: Smith, F. Julian, Lumberton Smith, Herbert Franklin, Matthews Smith, Linda Tyler, Richmond, Va. Smith, Norman Estes, Theta Chi, Chevy Chase, Md. Smith, Olen Brown, Jr , Delta Sigma Pi, Rockingham Smith, Samuel George, Madison Smith, Wayne Beveridge, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Charlotte Fourth Row: Smith, William James, Maxton Snow, Guy L., Elkin Snyder. Judith Hand, Ridgewood, N. J. Sossamon, Jon Leroy, Alpha Chi Sigma, Bryson City Sowers, Philip Earl, Beta Theta Pi, Salisbury Spangler, Karen Lee, Rockingham Spivey, Elizabeth Harrison, Williamston Fifth Row: Spoon, James Merritt, Jr , Delta Upsilon, Charlotte Sprinkle, Michael Doss, Winston-Salem Sprott, Richard Lawrence, Lambda Chi Alpha, Jackson Heights, N. Y. Spurrier, Barry Wilson, Charlotte Squillario, George Douglas, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Valdese Stacey, Larry Milton, Gastonia Stark, James Thomas, Delta Upsilon, Charlotte Sixth Row: Stalker, James Curtis, Louisville, Ky. Stanley, James Lawson, Kappa Alpha, Charlotte Stennett, Nancy Katharine, Charlotte Stephan, Richard Henry, Charlotte Stevens, Elliott Walker, Jr., Sigma Nu, Warsaw Stevens, Nancy Jo, Asheville Stoddard, Beverly Clare, Batavia, N. Y. Seventh Row: Stoddard, Leonora Douglas, High Point Stokes, Angelyn Wright, Greensboro Stokes, Donald Slater, Guilford Stophel, Charles Creston, Whiteville Storm, Arthur R., Jr., Ridgewood, N. J. Strawn, Sylvia Richey, DeLand, Fla. Strickland, G. Kent, Wade Eighth Row: Strickland, James Dicksey, Jr., Delta Upsilon, Fremont, Cal. Stuart, Archie David, Raleigh Stuhl, Judith Lee, Fayetteville Stultz, John Hoyte, Jr., Draper Sullivan, Louis Gray, Chi Phi, Anderson Summey, John Hood, Theta Chi, Gastonia Sweeney, Edythe Anne. Westover AFB. Mass. Ninth Row: Swicegood, William Edward, Linwood Taber, Cameron Lee, Kappa Alpha Theta, Glen Saint Mary, Fla. Talley, John Russell, Jr., Gastonia Tankut, Cigdem F., Istanbul, Turkey Tarlton, Jane, Fayetteville Tatalias, Kosmo Davis, Anderson, S. C. Taylor, Anne Carroll, Townsville 1 Page 209 CLASS OF 1962 First Row: Taylor, Charles Edwards, Hookerton Taylor, William A., Lambda Chi Alpha, Lumberton Taylor, Vivian Joanne, Wilson Teasdale, Antonia, Palm Beach, Fla. Tennille, Norton Fortune, Beta Theta Pi, Winston-Salem Terretta, Carolyn Marie, Winchester, Va. Tew, Charles Lynwood, Dunn Second Row: Tew, Jerry G.. Godwin Thalheimer, Albert Foster, Zeta Beta Tau, Charleston, W. Va. Thomas, Aubrey Wofford, Arlington, Va. Thomas, Billy Floyd, Indian Trail Thomas, Catherme Rowe, Pi Beta Phi, Birmingham, Ala. Thomas, Foster Edward, Jr., Theta Chi, Charlolle Thomas, James Postles, Delta Upsilon, Washington, D. C. Third Row: Thomas, Linda Cutchin, Asheboro Thomas, Meredith Gerald, Sanford Thompson, Peter Anthony, Delta Sigma Pi, Durham Tiedeman, Nancy Lynn, Birmingham, Mich. Tippett, Joe Wayne, Zebulon Tipton. Mary Mat, Bakersville Tognoli, Jerome Joseph, Hollywood, Fla. Fourth Row: Toney, Max Edward, Nebo Torrence, Rebecca Lucille, Lenoir Townsend, Mary Roberta, Chi Omega, Stuttgart, Ark. Trapp, Judy Caroline, Charlotte Travis, Doris Ann, Winston-Salem Tucker, John Stan, Charlotte Tunstall, John Nelson, Raleigh Fifth Row: Turner, Gerald Pinkney, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Roanoke Turner, John Goodman, III, Charlotte Twiddy, Raymond Lee, III, Elizabeth City Tygart. Silas Thompson. Pi Kappa Alpha, Jacksonville, Fla. Tyson, William Robert, Jr., Aiken. S. C. Van Every, Mary Elizabeth, Charlotte Vann, Howard Albert, Eure Sixth Row: Vaughn, James Graham, Fayetteville Vogler, Patricia, Greenville, Ky. Wacker, Robert John, Sigma Nu, Winter Park, Fla. Waicker. James H., Alpha Tau Omega, N. Wilkesboro Walden. Joseph Herman, Salisbury Walker. Jerry Blane, Norfolk. Va. Walker, Robert Campbell, Phi Kappa Sigma, Port Washington, N. Y. Seventh Row: Walker, Thomas C, Laurel Bay, S. C. Walker, Toler Tuc ker, Bayside, Va. Wall, Gary Leon, Winston-Salem Wall, Roy Murray, Chapel Hill Wallace, Willette, Durham Waller, Sara Jane, Fair Bluff Walston, Mary Elizabeth, Snow Hill Eighth Row: Walters. Alan Stanley, Zeta Beta Tau, Baltimore, Md. Ward, Benjamin Kirby, Goldsboro Ward, Gene Lafayette, Theta Chi, Burlington Ward, Larry Dean, Archdale Ward, Larry Milford, Alpha Kappa Psi, Rocky Mount Ware, Wanda Ruth, Alpha Gamma Delta, Burlington Warlick, Lawrence David, Jr., Chi Phi, Lincolnton Ninth Row: Warner, Mary Carolyn, Raleigh Warren, Raymond Bartlett, Kernersville Wason. Nancy Jane, Guilford, Conn. Watkins. John Thomas, Beta Theta Pi, Winston-Salem Watkins, Stephen Eugene. Jr., South Hill, Va. Watson, Jo Louise, Raleigh Watts, Charles Daniel, Chapel Hill Page 210 CLASS OF 1962 First Row: Weatherman, Julia IVIartha, Salisbury Weaver, Elisha Patrick, Phi Gamma Delta, Rocky Mount Weaver, George Richard, Jr., Delta Sigma Pi, Rocky Mount Welling. Alfred Franklin, Matthews Wells, Graham, III, Wallace Welton, Charles Rex, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Charlotte West, Robert Leighton, Fayetteville Second Row: Wheeler, Kenneth Milton, Durham Whichard, Willis Padgett, Durham Whipple, Nancy E., Hershey, Pa. White, Elizabeth Atkinson, Greenville Whitaker, Patricia Gaye, Fayetteville Whitney, Suzanne Ruth, Arlington, Va. Whittaker, Betsy Virginia, Nev; Castle, Pa. Third Row: Whittenton, William Ransom, Reidsville Wiggins, Joseph A., Jr., Tyner Wiggs, Carol Joann, Princeton Wilder, Henry Milton, Jr., Sanford Wilfong, James Edward, Claremont Williams, Augustus Collier, III, Delta Upsilon, Deale, Md. Williams, Bob Lee, Hickory Fourth Row: Williams, David Michael, Kinston Williams, Henry Richard, Hamlet Williams, Joseph Bryan, III, St. Anthony HaM, Stamford, Conn. Williams, Susan Ann, Newton Grove Williams, Willis Howard, Robbins Wilson, Elizabeth Stuart, Durham Wilson, Margaret Ann, New Castle, Pa. Fifth Row: Wilson, Nancy Franklin, Richmond, Va. Windham, Aubrey Bright, Jr., Durham Wood, Allison Eugene. Jamestown Wood, Carl Sherrill, High Point Wood, Evan Harvey, Charlotte Wood, Wallace Winchell, Goldsboro Woolman, Mary Margaret, Denver, Col. Sixth Row: Worth, Hal Venable, Zeta Psi, Raleigh Wyrick, Priscilla Blakeney, Chi Omega, Greensboro Yeary, Janet Evelyn, Stanford, Ky. Yelverton, John Raymond, Goldsboro Yokley, Raymond Ross, Denton Yokeley, Richard Thor, Winston-Salem Young, J. Blake, Kappa Sigma, Washington, D. C. Seventh Row: Young, Linda Helen, Bronxville, N. Y. Young, Wilbur Ruth, Charlotte Zachary, Frank Edward, Delta Sigma Pi, Asheville Zanetti, Dedee M. L., Ridgefield, Conn. f f ■ % Page 2 1 1 ■ GRAHAM MEMORIAL MR. HOWARD HENRY Director BOARD OF DIRECTORS — First Row: Mr. Howard Henry. Angus Duff, Dr. George Daniel. Sistie Boatwright, Judy Albergotti, Mr. Kai Jurgensen. Miss Katiierine Carmichael, Dr. Raslii Fein. Bob Reardon, Doug Fambrough, Joe Oppenheimer, Ed Riner. Second Row: David Grigg, Mr. J. Maryon Saunders, Mr. John Sanders, R. V. Fulk, Dr. Douglas Sessoms. Page 215 PRODUCTIONS BOARD — Seated: Pam Patterson. Mary Stewart Baker, Anne Towers. Standing: R. V. Fulk, Don Marshburn, Joe Bell, Inman Allen. GRAHAM I MEMORIAL Tlie idst of the Petite Dramltique Production of " Solid Gold Cadillac ' Petite Musicale presents pianist Charles Vardell in Hill Hall. ' MM ' Page 216 Graham Memorial, our student union, has sought to bring together all phases of campus life — the academic, the recreational, the cultural, and the social. The purpose of the union is to meet every student ' s needs while he is attending the university. Besides pre- senting a campus-wide program for the students, Graham Memorial seeks to develop leadership and responsibility by encouraging student participation. With this in mind, many committees have been organ- ized to give students an opportunity to take part in the various G.M. activities. These committees are: drama, films, star series, music, current affairs, calendar, publicity, social, tournaments, and house. The members plan activities for the entire year, from appear- ances by big-name entertainers to bridge tournaments, from combo parties to political discussions. Cultural entertainment, open houses after football games, free flicks each weekend, receptions for guests of the university, and the pres- entation of student-produced drama, such as The Solid Gold Cadillac, are merely a few of the many functions sponsored by G.M.A.B. The Productions Board has brought such artists as Marcel Marceau, the Weavers, Pete Seeger, and Vareland Bailly. The highlight of the spring is Sound and Fury, an original musical which is student written, student produced, and student acted. The doors to Graham Memorial are always open and every student is welcome. Graham Memorial is the living room of the campus. GRAHAM MEMORIAL ACTIVITIES BOARD COMMITTEE HEADS — Seated: Anne Towers, Jayne Hayes, Leafy Pollock, Pam Patterson, Mary Stewart Baker. Standing: Inman Allen. Joe Bell. Warren Williams. Henry Mayer, Warner Bass. Jim Hynes. Page 217 Semon Now at last that mad lesson about life and friends and the meaning of them all ends. And that teasing doubt has attacked our minds through this whole year, asking, re-asking, what will we do when this is all over; how will we manage these hands, direct these feet; will the passions be controlled, the temper mastered, the goal achieved, the drive consumated? Or will we have to learn all anew in life ' s harder, more industrious school? We think not. We believe we ' ve learned a lot already — rushing from class to GM, from Y Court to the football game, from the library to Memorial Hall, from a big weekend to a blue Monday. Come back to us. as you will, in the face and the image of thousands. Continue Mr. and Miss Alumna, as you will, in the love and admiration of millions. MOVER SMITH President KAY KIRKPATRICK Social Chairman JOHN RENGER Vice-President ANNE TOWERS Secretary JOHN SCHROEDER Treasurer Page 218 " !I SENIOR ABBOn, JAMES ALLEN Raleigh A.B, IN ECONOMICS- University Club (1); University Party (2); Y.M.CA. ABERNETHY, WILLIAM MILLER A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Lutheran Student Associati( Y.M.C.A. (4). Hickory (4i; Y.R.C. (4); ADAMS, GRAHAM CLEVEARN Rocky Mount A.B. m ENGLISH. Dormitory Officer (2); G.M.A.B, (2); I.D.C. (2); Student Govern- ment (2, 4). ADAMS, JEANNE MARIE Durham A.B. IN FRENCH. Sound and Fury (2). ALBERGOTTI, JUDITH ANN Orangeburg, S. C. A B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Pi Beta Phi; C.U.S.C. (4); G.M.A.B. (4); N.S.A. (4); Student Government. Secretary (4); University Party (3, 4)i Y.W.C.A.-, Angel Flight; State Student Legislature. ALDRIDGE, ROBERT PAHEN, JR. Durham ALEXANDER, RICHARD BARNHARDT Burlington B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Chi Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma; Baptist Student Union (1); Cardboard (1). ALEXANDER, ROY DAVIDSON Swannanoa A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Cardboard (1. 2); Dormitory Officer (2); I.D.C. (2, 3); Student Government (3, 4); Student Party (3); Society of Janus (3, 4). ALLEN, JULIA BANNER Raleigh A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Dormitory Officer (4); Orientation Counselor (4); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). ALLEN, WILLIAM REYNOLD, ill Goldsboro A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma; Orientation Counselor (4): Uni- versity Party (1, 2, 3, 4). AMAN, JERRY HEDRICK Jacksonville A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Plii Kappa Sigma; Track (1, 2). ASHENDORF, WILLIAM HERBERT Charlotte ATKINS, NAN-GRAY Atlanta, Ga. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Beta Phi; Canterbury Club; University Party; Y.W.C.A.; Student Government (4). Bellefontaine Ohio AUGUSTINE, JANE LAWRENCE A.B. IN FRENCH. AUSTIN, LAWRENCE BYRON, III Hixson, Tenn. A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. Phi Delta Theta; G.M.A.B. (2); I.F.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Mono- gram Club (2. 3, 4); N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Order of Golden Fleece (3, 41; Order of the Grail (2, 3, 4); Order of the Old Well (3. 4); Orientation Counselor (2, 3); Soccer (1, 2. 3. 41; Student Government (2, 31; Track (1); Westminster Fellow, ship (1, 2, 3, 4). AUSTIN, RICHARD MAURICE Hamlet A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Theta Kappa; Westminster Fellowship (1, 2, 3, 4). AUTRY, GENE ALEXANDER Bunnlevel B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma PI; A.F.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3. 4). AVERY, LARRY EARL B.S. IN MEDICINE. Alpha Beta Gamma (1, 2). AYCOCK, JAMES EDWARD A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Track (I). BABB, WAYNE ARNOLD Erwin Currituck Brevard A.B. IN HISTORY. Daily Tar Heel (3, 41; Dance Committee (3, 41; Dormitory Officer (3, 4); Football (11: I.D.C. (3, 41; Order of the Old Well; Orientation Counselor (3, 41; Stude nt Government (3, 4); Student Legislature (3, 41; Student Party (3, 4|; University Party (3, 41; Westminster Fellowship (41: Yackety Yack (31; Y.D.C. (1, 2. 3, 41: Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 41; Student Athletic Council (3, 4). BAENSCH, BEATE TINA Washington, D. C. A.B. IN GERMANICS. Kappa Delta; Angel Flight (2|; Cosmopolitan Club (3, 4); Orientation Committee (41: Y.W.C.A. (41; Orientation Counselor (3). BAILEY, BEVERLY ANN Clarksburg, W. Va. BAIN, LEHOMA AUDREY Homestead, Fla. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Dormitory Officer (4); Orientation Counselor (41: University Chorus (3, 41; Wesley Foundation (3, 4). BAKER, CHARLES HENRY, III Miami, Fla. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Basketball (1); N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Tennis (31. Page 220 CLASS OF ' 61 BAKER, EARL M. Philadelphia, Pa. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Debate Team (3, 4); Y.R.C. (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (3); Carolina Christian Fellowship (3, 4). BAKER, MARY STEWART Shreveport, La. A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Pi Beta Phi; Canterbury Club (3, 4); Carolina Symposium (3, 4); Daily Tar Heel (3, 4); G.M.A.B. (3, 4); N.S.A. (4); Orientation Committee (3, 4). BALLENGER, ANTHONY WAYNE A.B. IN ART. Chapel Hill BALLOU, NELLIE HOLMES PEARSON Oxford A.B. IN BOTANY. Clii Omega; Canterbury Club (4); Orientation Counselor (4); University Party (3, 4); W.A.A. (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). BARBER, CAROLE LOUISE Chattanooga, Tenn. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Canterbury Club (3, 4); University Party (4): Y.W.C.A. (4). BAREFOOT, GARY FENTON Dunn A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student NE.A. (3, 4); Yackety Yack (3, 4). BARKER, ERNEST GAIL, JR. Raleigh A B. IN ENGLISH Delta Plii Alplia; Carolina Ouarterly; G.M.AB.; Student Party; Y.M.C.A. BARNES, JAMES WILLARD Lasker B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. BARNETT, ANNE ALEXANDER Jacksonville, Fla. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Omega; Canterbury Club; Orientation Counselor; University Part y; Y.W.C.A. BAUCOM, JIM PRESTON Concord A B. IN ENGLISH. Alplia Epsilon Delta. BAYNES, ROBERT GENE Greensboro A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Kappa Alpha; Carolina Symposium (3); G.M.A.B. (2); N.R.O.T.C. (1); Student Government (2, 3), Attorney General (4); Orientation Counselor (3). BEANE, KENNETH DEWITT Charlotte A.B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Cosmopolitan Club (3); Dormitory Officer (4); Men ' s Glee Club (3, 4). BEATY, LORRAINE Siler City BEDSOLE, BEVERLY ANN Stedman A B. IN EDUCATION Alpha Gamma Delta; Carolina Handbook (1); Dormitory Officer (1); Publications Board (3); Splash Club (3); Student N.E.A. (3, 4); Student Party {1, 2, 3); W.A.A. (1, 2, 3); Wesley Foundation (2, 3); Y.W.C.A. (1). BENFIELD, HERMAN LARRY Mooresville B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Delta Sigma Pi; Daily Tar Heel; Dance Com- mittee: Orientation Committee (41; Orientation Counselor (4); Press Club (3, 4); University Party (4): WUNC (1, 2). BENNER, GERELD S. Columbus B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Band (3); Fencing (3, 4); Orchestra (3, 4); Wind Ensemble (3, 4). Raleigh BENNETT, CHARLES LANDIS A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. BENZIO, RICHARD LOUIS Connellsville, Pa. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma PI; Dormitory Officer (3, 4); Football (1, 2, 3); I.D.C. (3, 4). BERNHARDT, ROBERT LINN, III Salisbury B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Fencing Club (3, 4). BERRYHILL, WILLIAM SCOTT, JR. Charlotte B.S. IN EDUCATION. Westminster Fellowship (4). BIDDULPH, BARBARA ALIDA Summit, N. J. A.B. IN HISTORY. Delta Delta Delta; Dormitory Officer (3); Orientation Counselor (4); University Party (3, 4); W.A.A. (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). BIGGERS, FOY JERONE A.B, IN HISTORY. Dormitory Officer (2, 3); I.D.C. (2, 3). BIGGERSTAFF, FRANKLIN LEE Burlington B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma; Student Council (3. 4); University Party (2, 3, 4); Wesley Foundation (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). BINKLEY, RUBY MAE A.B. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Page 221 Concord King SENIOR BIRKE, RONALD LEWIS Charlotte B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Tau Epsilon Phi, Alpha Chi Sigma; Hlllel Foundation (2, 3, 4); GM.A.B.; Student Party (2). BIVENS, ELIZABETH WELCH Alderson, W. Va. A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Orientation Counselor (4); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). BLACK, STANLEY WARREN, III Charlotte A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Delta Upsllon, Phi Eta Sigma; Amphoterothen (3, 4); Dally Tar Heel (1, 2); Debate Council (4); Di-Phi Society (1, 2, 3, 4); G.M.A.B. (3); Men ' s Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Order of the Old Well (3, 4); Orientation Counselor {2, 3). BLACKBURN, JOHN OGBURN High Point A.B. IN SPANISH. Dance Committee (3. 4); Dormitory Officer (3); I.D.C. (3); Men ' s G lee Club (2, 3); N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); WUNC (1, 2, 3). BLACKWELL, ERNEST RAY Lumberton B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. BLAKE, JOSEPH GADDY Salisbury A.B. IN ENGLISH. Sigma Chi. BLOODWORTH, ROBERT WILLIAMS, JR. Fayetteville A.B. IN ENGLISH. BLOOM, HARRY EMMANUEL, JR. Baltimore, Md. B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Delta Theta; Newman Club (1, 4); Swimming (1, 2, 3, 4). BLUME, THOMAS FREDERICK Harrisburg A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha Epsilon Delta; I.D.C. (4); Men ' s Glee Club (3); Orienta- tion Counselor (4); Y.M.C.A. (4). BLYTHE, MARSHALL McCOY Charlotte B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Chi Phi, President (3); I.F.C. (3); Orienta- tion Counselor (4); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). BOGGAN, MICHAEL D. Brunswick, Ga. A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Kappa Alpha; Baptist Student Union (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (4); Student Government (4); University Party (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4). BOHANNON, SARAH STUART Charlotte A.B. IN HISTORY. Chi Omega; Carolina Forum (4); Orientation Counselor (4); Student Legislature (4); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). Delta Sigma PI; I.D.C. ; Student Party (1, 2, BOLES, JOHN RICH B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. (3, 4); Newman Club (1. 2, 3, 4) Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); Track (1, 3, 4). BOLICK, CARROLL LEE B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4). BOLICK, CHRISTINE ROWE A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student NEA. Charlotte (2); Monogram Club 3, 4); Wrestling (2); Hickory Hickory BONNYCASTLE, SARAH EVERETT Louisville, Ky. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Canterbury Club (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (4); University Party (3. 4); Women ' s Honor Council (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). BONTEMPO, ROBERT HENRY Springfield, Mass. A B. IN FRENCH. Dormitory Officer, President (3); Golf (1, 4); I.D.C. (2, 3); Newman Club {1, 2, 3, 4); Society of Janus (3, 4). BOOKER, SHIRLEY SLAUGHTER Bristol, Va. AB IN HISTORY. Alpha Gamma Delta; Orientation Counselor (4); Panhellenic Council (3); Student Government (3); University Party {3, 4); Westminster Fellowship; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). BORDEN, DANA BROWNRIGG Goldsboro A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Omega; University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Student Government. BOSS, GEORGE WELLS Winston-Salem B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Phi Gamma Delta; Baseball (1); Gorgon ' s Head (3, 4); I.F.C. (2); Orientation Counselor (2); Student Government (3); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Attorney General ' s Staff. BOWDEN, DORIS ELAINE A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Summerfield BOYKIN, WILBER RAY Zebulon B.S. IN PHYSICS. Phi Eta Sigma; Baptist Student Union (2, 3, 4). BRACKETT, RALPH EUGENE Lake Junaluska B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi; Baptist Student Union (4); Y.D.C. (3). BRENNAN, EDWARD MICHAEL A.B. IN ENGLISH. Sigma Nu; Football (1, Club (3, 4); University Party (3, 4). Woodside, N. Y. 4); Monogram Club (4); Newman Page 222 CLASS OF ' 61 + BRODIE, ELIZABETH THORP BRITT, RONALD PAUL Bladenboro A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. I.D.C. (3); Dormitory Officer, Treasurer (2), Presi- dent (3); Student Legislature (3, 4); Student Party (1, 3); Y.D.C.; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). Scotland Neck A.8. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Delta; Canterbury Club (3); Orientation Counselor (4); Student N.E.A. (3); Women ' s Honor Council (4); Women ' s Residence Council (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). BROOKS, DAVID ALLEN Burlington A.B. IN ENGLISH. Band (1, 2): Cardboard (1); Di-Phi Society (1); Dormitory Officer (2); Student Party (1, 2); University Club (2); Wesley Foundation (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (3). BROWN, CHARLES MELVIN, JR. Marion A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. Band (1); N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2. 3, 4); Student Party (1, 2); Tennis (1). BROWN, DANIEL ELMER Selma A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha Epsilon Delta, Alpha Phi Omega; Baptist Student Union (1. 2, 3, 4); Carolina Symposium (3): G.M.A.B. (2, 3); Student Government (3, 4): Student Legislature (1, 2, 3); Student Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Yackety YacK (3); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4); Dormitory Officer (2). BROWN, JAYNE Troutman B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL REUTIONS. University Party (3, 4); Wesley Foundation (4); Y.D.C. (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (4). BROWN, JOHN RALSTON Hamilton, Ohio A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Chi Phi; Canterbury Club (1. 2. 3, 4); Daily Tar Heel (2, 3) Golf (1, 2); I.F.C. (1, 2); Orientation Committee (4); Orientation Counselor (3); Student Government (4); Student Legislature (1, 2); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. BROWN, LARRY WESLEY Greensboro OS IN PHYSICS Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Phi Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma. BROWN, NANCY CARROLL A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Daily Tar Heel (3); Press Club (3, 4); Y.R.C. (3). Denton BROWN, SARAH ELIZABETH A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student NEA (2, 3, 4). BROWN, WALTER VON BROWNING, WILLIAM EVAN B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Sviimming (1, 2). Louisburg Charlotte :er Fellov - Murphy Greenville, S. C. BRUCE, ALMERA LEVERETTE A.B. IN EDUCATION. Baptist Student Union (3, 4); Cosmopolitan Club (3, 4); G.M.A.B.; N.S.A.; Orientation Committee; Orientation Counselor; Student N.E.A.; Y.W.C.A.; Student Government. BRUCE, SARAH JANE Greensboro Counselor; Women ' s Council; BRYAN, FLOYD TALMADGE Ahoskie A B. IN ENGLISH. Sigma Nu, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Alpha Epsilon Delta; Band ID; I.F.C. (2, 3); Wesley Foundation (1); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3). BRYANT, GEORGE BADYER, III Washington, D. C. A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Sigma Delta Chi; Press Club (1, 2, 3, 4). BUELL, DAVID H. B.S- IN PHYSICS. Delta Phi Alpha. BUIS, PETER DAVID. JR. B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. BULLARD, AMOS JONES, JR. A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chapel Hill Wilmington Autryville Marion BURGIN, CHARLES EDWARD A.B. IN ENGLISH. IDC. (3, 4); Dormitory Officer (3): Swimming (1, 2). BUTLER, GEORGE SIMEON Roseboro BUTLER, LINDLEY SMITH Spray A.B. IN HISTORY. N.S.A. (2); Student Party (1, 2); Wesley Foundation (1, 2); YM.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4i BYERS, MICHAEL LEROY Cornelius A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Chi Phi; A.F.R.O.T.C. (I); Arnold Air Society (1); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Westminster Fellowship; Wrestling (2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A.; Sabre Air Command (1). BYRD, NEIL ALLEN A.B. IN HISTORY. Bunnlevel Page 223 SENIOR BYRUM, REBA KATHLEEN Henderson iversity Party; CABE, WILLIAM THOMAS Brevard B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. CADMUS, LAURELLEN M. Rochester, N. Y. A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Alpha Gamma Delta; Cardboard (3); Newman Club (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (4): Student Government (3, 4); University Party (4); W.A.A. (3, 4); Y.W.CA, (3, 4); Daily Tar Heel (3, 4). CAMPBELL, ROY, JR. Charlotte A B. IN ENGLISH. Sigma Chi; A.F.R.O.T.C. (1, 2); Canterbury Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Dormitory Officer (2); Golf (1, 2, 3); I. P.O. (4); Student Council (3); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. {1, 2, 3, 4). CANNON, ROBERT LAURENCE, JR. Kinston B.S. IN MATHEMATICS, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Treasurer (4); Pi Mu Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Delta Phi Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa; Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Baptist Stu- dent Union (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (3, 4); University Club (2); Yackety Yacl( (2); Wind Ensemble {1, 3, 4), CANUPP, JOHN KENNETH Concord A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Baptist Student Union (2); Dormitory Officer (2), President (3); I. DC. (3); Men ' s Glee Club (2, 3), President (4). Jericho, N. Y. CARMODY, TERENCE FRANCIS A.B. IN ENGLISH. Y.R.C. (1, 2); Newman Club (1, 2). CARPENTER, DOROTHY ELIZABETH Laurinburg A.B. IN EDUCATION. Orientation Counselor (4); Student N.E.A. (4); Westminster Fellowship (3); Y.D.C. (4). CARRAWAY, JAMES ROBERT Jacksonville A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student N.E.A. (4); Y.D.C. (4). CARVER, CHARLES ALBERT, Ann Arbor. Mich. CAVAS, ANTHONY JOHN High Point B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Cardboard (2); Dormitory Officer, President (3); I.D.C. (2). CHADWICK, DOROTHY JEWELL Gloucester A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Gamma Delta; Student N.E.A. (1, 2, 4); Wesley Foundation (3, 4); Women ' s Residence Council (4); Y.D.C. (4). CHAPMAN, CAROL ANN Florence, S. C. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Stray Greeks (3, 4); Phi Mu; Carolina Women ' s Council (3). Secretary (4); Dormitory Officer (4); Orientation Counselor (41; Student N.E.A. (3, 4). CHAPMAN, LOUISE HARDIE CHAPMAN, ROBERT LOUIS B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1) Track (2); Y.M.C.A. (3). Raleigh Durham Baseball (1); Football (1); CHARD, BETTY ANN Fayetteville A.B. IN ENGLISH. Carolina Playmakers (3, 4); Dormitory Officer (4); Y.D.C. (3, 4); Y.W.CA. (3, 4). CHARPIN, MAURICE JEAN B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. CHASTAIN, CARL ROBERT, JR. High Point A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha Epsilon Delta; Baptist Student Union (1, 2, 3, 4): Stu. dent Party (2). Lyon, France CHERRY, STARKEY MOORE A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student N.E.A. (4); Y.W.CA. (4). CHILDS, ROBERT MICHAEL Mt. Olive Wilson A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Alpha Theta; Band (1, 2. 3); Carolina Symposium (2, 3); Dormitory Officer (2), President (31; I.D.C. (2, 3i, Vice-President (4); Order of the Grail (3), Scribe (4); Order of the Old Well (3), Vice-President (4); Orientation Counselor (2, 3, 4); Student Government (3, 4); Society of Janus (2, 3), Praeceps (4); State Student Legislature (3). CLARK, RICHARD ALAN Statesville A.B. IN HISTORY. Cheerleader (2, 3, 4); Wesley Foundation (2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4). CLARK, ROBERT BURNS Monroe A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Kappa Alpha; Orientation Counselor (2): Track (1, 2); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4). CLARK, WILLIAM LEE B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Band (1); I.D.C. (2). CLAYTON, EDWARD LEWIS, JR. A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Kappa Tau; Canterbury Club (1, 2, 3, 4). Page 224 Varina Tarboro CLASS OF ' 61 CLEMENCE, LAURA ANN Salisbury A,B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Carolina Symposium (3); Orientation Counselor (4); Y.DX. (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Carolina Women ' s Council (3), Treasurer (4). CLEMENT, CHARLES EWING CLINE, GARY LAMAR B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL REUTIONS. Charlotte Durham CLIPPARD, JUDITH TERISSA Charlotte A,B. IN HISTORY. Yackety YacK (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); U.N. Seminar (3, 4). COBB, GEORGIA BORDEN Goldsboro A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Omega; University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3); Order of the Old Beanbirds (4). COBLE, BRENDA Monroe COCHRAN, VIRGIL MICKEY Washington A.B. IN ENGLISH. Dormitory Officer (2, 3); Student N.E.A. (3, 4), Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). COCKRELL, ARTHUR ELLIOTT Rocky Mount B.S. IN BUSINESS ADINISTRATION. Dormitory Officer (1, 2); I. DC. (1); Student Party (1). COGGINS, BOYD WAYNE B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. COLLIER, HAL FRANKLIN A.B. IN ENGLISH. Baptist Student Un Santord Bladenboro COLLIER, ISABELLE ELEY La Grange, Ga. A.B. IN ART HISTORY. Kappa Kappa Gammas Baptist Student Union; University Party; Y.W.C.A. COLLIER, WILLIAM A., JR. A.B. IN GEOGRAPHY. Theta Chi; Student Party (3), Vic Charlotte -Chairman (4); Y.M.C.A. COMPTON, NANCY HOLT Raleigh A.B. IN ENGLISH. Dormitory Officer (4); Wesley Foundation (3, 4). COOLER, ELSA LOUISE Walterboro, S. C. A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Baptist Student Union (4); Y.W.C.A. (4). COOPER, ELLIOTT TUNSTALL, JR. Baltimore, Md. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Canterbury Club (1. 2); Daily Tar Heel (1, 2, 3, 4); Student Government (2, 3); University Club (2); Carolina Student Athletic Association. COOPER, LENOX GORE, JR. A B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Kappa Alpha. COPELAND, JANE M. COPELAND, RONALD WILLIAM B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Track (1). Wilmington Kinston University Party; Apex CORBEH, RHODES THOMAS Charlotte A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Delta Theta, Alpha Chi Sigma; Carolina Symposium (3); C.U.S.C. (2); N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Order of the Old Well (3, 4); Orientation Committee (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (2); Student Government (2, 3); Uni- versity Party (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. (1). CORDLE, JOSEPH CLAIBORNE, JR. Greensboro A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Alpha Phi Omega; A.F.R.O.T.C. (1, 2); Men ' s Glee Club (3). COSTELLO, ROBERT CHARLES Chapel Hill A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta; Arnold Air Society (1); A.F.R.O.T.C; Track (1); Y.M.C.A. (3). COTTRELL, WALTER DAVID, JR. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Phi EpsilOn. Hickory COUGHENOUR, RICHARD NORFLEET, JR. Fayetteville B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. University Party (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (4). COVILLE, FREDERICK VERNON A.B. IN HISTORY. Pi Kappa Phi. Atkinson Page 225 SENIOR COWART, BRINDA Washington, D. C. A,B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Delta Delta; Canterbury Club (3, 4); G.M.A.B. (3); Uni- versity Party (3, 4); Yackety Yack (3); Y.W.CA. (3, 4). COWLES, ELOISE NEELY Statesville A.B. IN EDUCATION, Alpha Delta Pi; Orientation Counselor (4); Student N.E.A. (3); University Party (3); Y.W.CA. (3). COX, EDWIN ROSCOE, JR, as. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Delta Sigma Pi; Orientation Counselor (2. Student Government (2, 3, 4); Student Legislature (2, 3); Student Party (2, 3); Wesley Foundation (1). Rockingham CRANE, MARJORIE ELLEN CRAWFORD, EMILY ANN CREECH, CORTLANDT PRESTON CROMARTIE, ADELAIDE BOGER Chapel Hill (4); University Chorus; Rockmart, Ga. Winston-Salem Randleman A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Kappa Tau Alpha; Carolina Women ' s Council (4); Daily Tar Heel (3, 4); Dormitory Officer (4); Press Club (3, 4); Westminster Fellowship l3, 4). CROMARTIE, MEREDITH SUE CROSS, LANDRUM LEE A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. CRUTCHFIELD, JAMES NORMAN, JR. A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. University Club. CULP, JAMES EDWARD, JR. A.B. IN EDUCATION. CURRIE, DANIEL LEE, JR. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Dunn ' .W.C, Charlotte Greensboro Charlotte Aberdeen CURRIN, GEORGE SPENCER Middleburg B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Sigma Nu; A.F.R.O.T.C. (1, 2); Baseball (1, 2.1. DANIEL, MARSHALL EMORY, JR. Charlotte A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. DANSBY, DAVID MOZART, JR. Greensboro DARDEN, GARY HALBERT Castle Hayne B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. DAVENPORT, CLARICE ELIZABETH Rocky Mount A.B. IN EDUCATION. Delta Delta Delta; Angel Flight (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (4); Student N.E.A. (3, 4); University Party (3, 4); W.A.A. (3); Yackety Yack (3); Y.W.CA. (3). DAVIS, EDITH NASH Morristown, Tenn. A.B. IN DRAMATIC ART. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Carolina Playmakers (3, 4); Caro- lina Symposium (3i; Panhellenic Council (4); Student Government (3, 4); Uni- versity Party (3, 4); Westminster Fellowship (3, 4); Women ' s Residence Council i3), Chairman (4). DAVIS, ELIZABETH GORDON Roanoke, Va. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Delta Delta; Canterbury Club (3 , 4); Order of Beanbirds (3, 4); University Party (3, 4|; Y.W.CA. (3, 4); Westminster Fellowship. DECKER, ALEXANDER HOWARD Greensboro A.B. IN EDUCATION. Baptist Student Union (1, 2); N.R.O.T.C DELK, JOHN LATTIMER Albemarle A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. DENEMARK, BENNETT G. Sumter, S. C. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Lambda Phi; A.F R.O.T.C (1, 2); Arnold Air Society (1, 21. DEUTSCH, JOSEPH MICHAEL Bayside, N. Y. B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Delta Psi Omega; Carolina Duarterly (3, 4); Cosmopolitan Club (3, 41; WUNC (4); Y.R.C (41. DEWITT, CHARLES MONCRIEF, JR. Concord B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Baptist Student Union (1); Carolina Sym- posium (21; Dormitory Officer; Orientation Counselor (2); Student Party (2); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). Page 226 CLASS OF ' 61 DICKERSON, JAMES PERRY B S, IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Chi Sigma. DICKINSON, JOE THOMPSON 6unn Franklin, Tenn. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Di-Phi Society (3, 4); Swimming (2); West- minster Fellowship (1, 2). Bronxville, N. Y. ; Tennis DICKMAN, R. NEIL DIVINE, MORRISON WENCESLAUS, III Greensboro B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Chi; Baseball (1); Cardboard (1, 2, 3, 4); Dormitory Officer (1); Golf (1); I.F.C. (2, 3); Men ' s Honor Council (3): Orientation Counselor (2); Student Council; University Club; University Party (1, 2, 3, 4). DOAR, JULIA AKIN Charlotte DONOHOE, CHARLES JOSEPH, JR. Greensboro B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Phi Kappa Sigma; I.F.C. (3); N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Newman Club (1, 2, 3), Vice-President (4); Scabbard and Blade (4); University Party (4); Wrestling (1); Y.D.C. (3, 4); Semper Fidelis Society (3, 4). DOUGHTIE, ESTHER JONES Memphis, Tenn. AB. IN ENGLISH. Delta Delta Delta; Canterbury Club (3); University Party (3, 41: Yackety Yack (3, 4). DOUGLAS, SAMUEL PRESTON, JR. Lumberton AB. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Kappa Alpha; Dormitory Officer (1); I.D.C. (1); Monogram Club (2, 3, 4) Orientation Committee (3); Student Government; Swim- ming (1, 2, 3. 4). DOWDEN, PATRICIA EDWARDS Louisville, Ky. Vice-President; DUFF, ANGUS MACLEAN Greenville A B IN ENGLISH. Alpha Epsilon Delta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Phi Omega, President (3); Baseball (1, 4); Dance Committee (2), President (3); G.M.A.B., President (3); Order of the Old Well (3, 4); Soccer (1, 2, 3, 4); Carolina Athletic Association, President (3); Athletic Council, Chairman (4); Chairman of G.M. Board of Directors (4); S.E. Association of College Unions, President (4). DUGGINS, PHILLIP EDWARD AB. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Phi Theta Kappa. DULANEY, ELLIOTT DAINGERFIELD Winston-Salem Monroe B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL REUTIONS. Omega Delta Tau; A.F.R.O.T.C. (1); Canterbury Club; Student Legislature (3, 4); Student Party; Y.D.C. (4); Y.M.C.A. (1); Student Government (3, 4). DUNLAP, WILLIAM MARSHALL Raleigh A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Delta Theta, Delta Phi Alpha; Basketball (1); Gorgon ' s Head (3), President (4); Orientation Counselor (2, 4); Sound and Fury (2); Westminster Fellowship (2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4). DUNNING, JULIA B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. DURHAM, VICTOR LEE B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. DYER, CHARLES JAMES A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. EANES, RALPH HILL, JR. Atlanta, Ga. Burlington Chapel Hill Thomasville EARGLE, GEORGE MARVIN Greensboro B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Pi Mu Epsilon; Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Lutheran Student Association (1, 2, 3), President (4); Orientation Committee (2); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). EARNHARDT, ROGER LARRY Monroe B.A. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Phi Kappa Sigma. EASLEY, ROBERT WATERS, III Murphy A B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Delta Upsilon, Alpha Phi Omega; Canterbury Club (1, 2, 3, 4); WUNC (2). EASON, MAY TURNAGE Farmville A.B. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Delta; Carolina Women ' s Council (3); C.U.S.C. (4); Splash Club (3, 4); Student N.E.A. (3, 4); University Party (3, 4); Wesley Foundation (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). ECKARD, SETH LYMAN Alamance Una Play- EDWARDS, JOSEPH ROGER, JR. Raleigh A.B IN ECONOMICS. Phi Gamma Delta, President (4); Gorgon ' s Head (3, 4); I.F.C. (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (2); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4). EFIRD, TOM DAVID Gastonia A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Pi Kappa Alpha, President; Phi Eta Sigma; I.F.C. (4); Orientation Committee (3); Orientation Counselor (2, 4); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). Page 227 SENIOR ELKINS, FRANK CALLIHAN Bladenboro A.B. IN ENGLISH. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Baptist Student Union (1, 2, 4); Di-Phi Society (1, 2)1 Dormitory Officer (2); IDC. (2); Men ' s Glee Club (1)-, N.S.A. (1, 2); Sound and Fury (1); Student Government (1. 2); Student Legislature (2); Student Party (1. 2); University Club (2); Wrestling (1); Y.D.C. (1, 2, 3); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2); G M.A.B. (2). ELLIOTT, BALAAM THALPHONZA, JR. Whiteville A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Cardboard (1, 2); Cosmopolitan Club (1, 2, 3. 4); State Student Legislature (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2, 4); Gottingen Exchange Program (3). ENGLISH, CHARLES ROBERT Brevard B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4). ESKRIDGE, JERRY LEE Shelby B.S- IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. EUBANKS, ROBERT CHESTER, JR. Durham A.B. IN HISTORY. Alpha Tau Omega; A.F.R.O.T.C; Football; Monogram Club (2, 3, 4); Track (1, 2. 3, 4); University Party (3, 4); Y.D.C. (4); Y.M.C.A. EVANS, ROLAND BENJAMIN Gary A.B. IN GERMAN. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1); Band (1, 2); Track (1). EVES, JOSEPH PEARGE, III Elizabeth City A.B. IN GEOGRAPHY. University Party (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). EVINS, THOMAS MOORE, JR, Durham A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. Zeta Psi; Football (1); I.F.C. (1); Soccer (1, 2. 3, 4): University Party il, 2, 3. 4). EWING, DOROTHY WINGFIELD Richmond, Va. A B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Chi Omega; University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). FAIRCLOTH, JAMES MALGOM Roseboro B.S, IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. I.D.C. (3, 4). FAIRES, DORUS EDGAR Hickory B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Epsilon Delta; Cardboard (1); Daily Tar Heel (2, 3); Luttieran Student Association (1, 2, 3, 41; Orientation Counselor (2); Student Party (1, 2. 3. 4); Y.D.C. (1. 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); Outing Club (3, 4). FALES, JACK HUDSON Wilmington lentation Counselor (4); University Party (3, 4); Sanford student N.E.A. (4); Y.W.C.A. Elizabeth City FARRELL, BEHY SUE A.B. IN EDUCATION. Orientation Counse (3, 4). FEARING, FREDERICK ALSTON A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Sigma. FETZER, RICHARD LEE Rocky River, Ohio A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Mu Alpha Sihfonia, President; Band (1, 2, 3); Dormitory Officer (2); Sound and Fury (2); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2, 3, 4); U.N.C. Symphony (1, 2, 3, 4). FINE, JAMES ALLEN B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Beta Gamma Sigma. FISHER, C P. WILLIAM, JR. A.B. IN EDUCATION. FISHER, ELIZABETH CONNIE A.B. IN EDUCATION. New London Wake Forest Whitakers FISHER, J. STANFORD Stedman A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Sigma Delta Chi; Daily Tar Heel (1, 2); Orientation Coun- selor (3). FLEMING, PATRICIA Jackson Heights, N. Y. A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Nev man Club (3. 4); Yackely Yack (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). FLETCHER, JOHN STUART, II B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Canterbury Club (1, (3); University Party (1, 2, 4). Edenton 4); Carolina Quarterly FLOYD, WILLIE BENJAMIN, JR. Henderson B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi; Orientation Counselor (2, 3, 4); Student Government (2, 3, 4); University Party (1, 2); Wesley Foundation (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); P. I.F.C. {3, 4). FOARD, BEVERLY ANN Charlotte A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Orientation Counselor (4); University Party (3. 4); Wesley Foundation (3); Women ' s Honor Council (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4) Order of the Old Beanbirds (4). FORBES, BARTLEY JOHN A.B. IN ART. Canterbury Club; Daily Tar Heel (2, Page 228 Fayetteville 4); Dormitory Officer (2). CLASS OF ' 61 FORD, CARL SPENCER Charlotte A.B. IN ECONOMICS. FORTNER, HAROLD HARRIS Anderson, S. C. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Pi Kappa Phi; N.RO.T.C. (1, 2, 3); Y.D.C. (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). FORTUNE, SARAH LOUISE Brevard A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Gamma Delta; Orientation Committee (4); Student N.E.A. (3, 4); University Party (3, 4); W.A.A. (3); Wesley Foundation (4); Y.D.C. (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). FOSTER, BEVERLEY BOLLING Charlotte Kinston FOSTER, D. RUSSELL, III A.B. IN HISTORY. FOWLER, WESLEY C. Dunn B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Kappa Sigma; Football (1, 2. 3, 4); G.M.A.B. (3); I.F.C. (3, 4); Monogram Club (4); University Club (2); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Wesley Foundation (1); Yackety Yack (1); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). Bristol, Va. Gates FRALEY, PHILIP SEVIER A.B. IN ENGLISH. FREEMAN, JOSEPH BROADE A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Dormitory Officer, Vice-President (3); I.D.C. (3); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3, 4). FRENCH, NAZLEE JOYCE Timonium, Md. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Angel Flight (3, 4); Carolina Quarterly (4); Y.D.C. (3, 4). Chapel Hill , Allenhurst, N. J. A.B. IN LAW. Carolina Quarterly (1); Carolina Symposium (I, 2, 3): Daily Tar Heel (1. 3, 4); Dormitory Officer (2. 3); N.S.A. (1, 2); Orientation Counselor (2, 4); Press Club (3): Student Government (1, 2, 3, 4); Student Legislature (1, 2); Student Party (1); Swimming (1); University Club (3. 4); University Party (2. 3, 4); Carolina Athletic Council (3, 4). FRIEDERICH, NICOLETTE A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Cosmopolitan Club |2, 4). FRIEDMAN, KEN FRITZ, EMILY CATHERINE Asheboro Counselor (4); University Wilmington FULK, ROBERT VERNON, JR. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa; Carolina Symposiun (1); G.M A.B., President (4); Men ' s Glee Club {1, 2, 3); Men ' s Honor Council. Scribe (3), Vice-Chairman (4); Order of Golden Fleece (3, 4); Order of the Grail (3, 4); Order of the Old Well (3, 4); Order of Beanbirds (3, 4); Orientation Committee (3), Orientation Counselor (2). Vice-Chairman (4); Yackety Yack (1. 2). FULLER, ANITA FREEZE Randleman A.B. IN HISTORY. Alpha Delta Pi; University Party (3. 4). FULLER, GEORGIA ANNE Washington A.B. IN ART HISTORY. Pi Beta Phi; Cheerleader (4); University Party (3, 4); W.C.A. (3, 4). FULLER, PAUL JOHNSON, JR. Hickory B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Alpha; Men ' s Glee Club (1, 2, 3): Student Government (31; University Party (1, 2); WUNC (4). FURCH, PHYLLIS ANN Westfield, N. J. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Lutheran Student Association (4i; Splash Club (4); Uni- versity Party (4); W.A.A. (4): Y.W.C.A. (4). GALLAHER, EDGAR GIVENS, JR. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Football (1, 2); Y.M.C.A (3). Charlotte GAMBLE, JAMES WILEY Salisbury A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Student Party (2, 3); Wesley Foundation (1, 2); Y D C. (2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3). GARNER, REBECCA ANNE Burlington B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Carolina Women ' s Council (4). Charlotte B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Mu Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma; Dormi- tory Officer, Vice-President (3), President (4); IDC. (4); Orientation Counselor (2, 3); Westminster Fellowship (1, 2, 3, 4). GARRISON, DAVID QUITMAN GATCHELL, BARBARA ELLEN GATES, M. DIANE Memphis, Tenn. Clearwater, Fla. GAY, WILLIAM CARL Walstonburg A.B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Sound and Fury (2); WUNC (2, 3, 4). Page 229 SENIOR GENTRY. JAMES FRANKLIN Forest City B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Y.D.C. (4). GIBBONS, ROBERT ALEXANDER, JR. Lenoir B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi; Baptist Student Union (1. 2): Daily Tar Heel (2); Dormitory Officer (1); Student Party (1, 2, 3. 4); Y.D.C. (4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). GIBBS, LOIS MAXINE A.B. IN ENGLISH. Student N.E.A. (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). Brevard GIBSON, LELIA GRAY Richmond, Va. A.B IN BOTANY. Clii Onega; Dormitory Officer (3); Orientation Counselor (4); Sound and Fury (4); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). GIBSON, PAUL CRAWFORD Rockingham B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. GIBSON, ROBERT CLAYTON, III Winchester, Va. A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Delta Theta; Canterbury Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Orientation Committee (4); Orientation Counselor (2, 3); Sound and Fury (2): Student Coun- cil (3, 4); University Party {1, 2, 3. 4); Yackety Yack (4); Lacrosse (2). GILBERT. THOMAS FREDERICK B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. GILLESPIE, MARILYN AMELIA A B. IN EDUCATION. Baptist Student Union (3, 4). GILLIAM, JOHN LANE A B. IN EDUCATION. Chapel Hill Sylva Siler City Winston-Salem GIRARD, BABETTE LOUISE A.B, IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi; Student N.E.A. (3). GIVENS, PATRICK AUGUSTUS A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Sigma Nu; Canterbury Club (2); Track (I); University Party (2); Y.M.C.A. (4). GLADDEN, WAYNE KENT A.B, IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Sigma Alpha, Delta Phi Alpha. Charlotte sity Party Marion GOLDIN, MARCIA WHITMAN Brooklyn, N. Y. A B. IN ENGLISH. GOLDSBOROUGH, MARGARET ANNE Charlotte A.B IN ENGLISH Kappa Kappa Gamma; Daily Tar Heel (3): Student Government (3. 4); University Party (3, 4): Wesley Foundation (3); Yackety Yack; Women ' s Handbook, Editor: Student Legislature. GOODE, DAVID JOHNSON A.B. IN HISTORY. Sigma Chi; Golf (1, 2, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, Lumberton GOODE, ELIZABETH ANN Connellys Springs B.S. IN EDUCATION. Student N.E.A, (3, 4); Y.D.C. (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). GOODMAN, ANNE HOWES A.B. IN ART HISTORY. Carolina Won Y.W.C.A. (3). New Milford, Conn. I; Dormitory Officer (3); GOODMAN, JERRY LEE Concord A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Student Legislature (3. 4); University Party (3, 4); WUNC-TV (4); Y.M.C.A. (1). Norwich, Conn. Wilmington GRABOWSKI. RICHARD JOSEPH A.B, IN PSYCHOLOGY. GRAHAM, CHARLES PATTISON, JR. A.B. IN HISTORY, Phi Gamma Delta; Canterbury Club (1): Cheerleader (2, 3); Monogram Club (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (2, 3); University Party (2. 3, 4); German Club ;i, 2, 3, 4); Class Officer, Vice-President (1). GRAHAM. EDWIN CHARLES Miami Shores, Fla. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Basketball (1); Dormitory Officer (1 2 3); IDC. (2 3); Student Party (4). GRAVES, ELLEN HOLLINGSWORTH Charlotte A.B. IN ART. University Party (4). GRAVES, PATRICIA HOGAN Birmingham, Ala. A B IN ENGLISH Pi Beta Phi. Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Sigma lota. GRAY, BERTIE JOYCE A.B. IN EDUCATION, Baptist Student Union; Don University Chorus, Page 230 Tampa, Fla. student N.EA.; CLASS OF ' 61 GREEN, ELIZABETH HAYNES Chapel Mill GREEN, M. BLAKE Markham, Va. A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Kappa Delta; Canterbury Club (3): Carolina Playmakers (3. 4); Daily Tar Heel (3. 4); G.M.A.B. (3. 4): Orientation Counselor (4); Sound and Fury (4); University Party (3, 4); Y.R.C. (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). GREEN, ROBERT RAMSEY Chapel Hill A.B. IN HISTORY. Alpha Tau Omega; Gorgon ' s Head (3, 4); University Party (4). GREENE, STEVE ALLEN B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. GREULACH, MARY SUSAN Arden Chapel Hill GRIGG, DAVID LEE Albemarle AB IN HISTORY Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Alpha Theta; Amphoterothen (3, 4); C.U.S.C. (3, 4); Order of Golden Fleece; Order of the Grail; Order of the Old Well; Orientation Counselor (2); Student Govern- ment (1, 2, 3, 4); Student Legislature (1, 2); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A.; Student Body President (4), Vice-President (31; President ' s Cabinet (2). GRIMES. BRYAN, JR. A.B. IN HISTORY. Canterbury Club (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. (1). GRIMSLEY, JOSEPH W. Washington Wilson A.B. IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES. Baseball (1, 2); C.U.S.C. (3, 4); Dormitory Officer (3, 4); I.D.C. (3). President (4); N.S.A.. Delegate (4); Order of Grail (3, 4); Order of the Old Well (3. 4); Student Government (I, 2, 3, 4); Y.D.C. (3, 4); C.A.A., President (4). GRISET, BRUCE HENRY Raleigh A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Lambda Chi Alpha; Soccer (1); WUNC (2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4,1. GRUBB, ROBERT LEE, JR. Charlotte A.B. IN CHEMISTRY Phi Delta Theta, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Delta Phi Alpha; Baptist Student Union (1, 2); Dance Committee (3); G.M.A.B. (3): Order of the Old Well (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (2, 3); Student Government (2); Student Legislature (2); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Yackety Yack (2, 3). GUMP, LOUIS HAYNES Johnson City, Tenn. A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President (4); G.M.A.B. (2, 3); I.F.C. (3, 4); N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Orientation Counselor (2); Scabbard and Blade (3i. Vice-President (4); Soccer (1, 3); Student Government (2); Track (1, 2); Univer- sity Party (1. 2, 3, 4). GURGANUS, HARRY SNOWDEN, JR. A.B. IN HISTORY. Theta Chi; I.F.C. (4). GUY, MARY LINDSAY Washington Camden, S. C. GWATHMEY, MARGARET SMITH Belvedere, Calif. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Canterbury Club (3, 4); Daily Tar Heel (3, 4); Yackety Yack (3, 4i; Y.W.C.A. (4). HACKNEY, DANIEL OLIVER Durham A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Sigma Phi EpsilOh; Track. HACKNEY, MARGARET HOWARD Morehead City A.B. IN HISTORY. Kappa Delta. HAINES, ALAN DODD Ridgewood, N. J. B.S. IN ECONOMICS. Delta Sigma Pi; Dormitory Officer (3); I.D.C. (3). HAITHCOCK, NEYSA Badin A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Gamma Delta; Baptist Student Union (3, 4); Student N.E.A. (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). HAMLET, REUBEN DALE, JR. Richmond, Va. HAMRICK, HARVEY JAMES Rutherfordton A B. IN ENGLISH. Sigma Nu; N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Swimming (1, 2, 3, 4). HANCOCK, JAMES BALDWIN Robbins A B. IN CHEMISTRY. A.F.R.OT.C. (1. 2); Baptist Student Union (2). HANSON, MARYL EDA HARDEN, JOE ALLEN A.B. IN HISTORY. HARDISON, JAMES WALTER A.B, IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Sigma Nu; Student N.E.A. (3)) Page 231 Raleigh (4); Orientation Bladenboro Williamston SENIOR HARDY, WAYNE RAE A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pinehurst HARRILL, JAMES ALBERT, JR. Winston-Salem A,B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Kappa Phi; I.F.C. (2): Y.D.C. (4). HARRINGTON, WILLIAM LEWIS HARRIS, BETH WRAY Mooresville Butner HARRIS, DONALD EUGENE Rocky Mount A.B. IN HISTORY. Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa; Carolina Symposium (1); Orientation Counselor (3); Student Government (1, 2, 3, 4); University Club (2), University Party (1, 2, 3, 4). HARRIS, FRED B. Buffalo, N. Y. HARRIS, LEWIS COLEMAN High Point A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Lambda Phi; Hillel Foundation (4): WUNC (1); Y M.C.A. (4). HARRIS, LINDA ELIZABETH Concord HARRISON, BENNIE SHELTON Rocky Mount B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. HAWKINS, RALPH Glen Alpine B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Football (1, 2, 3, 4). HAWLEY, LEWIS BURTON, JR. Spruce Pine B S. IN CHEMISTRY. HAYDEN, THOMAS DANIEL Charlotte HAYES, JANE BAILEY Raleigh A.B. IN EDUCATION. Delta Delta Delta; G.M.A.B. (3, 4); Panhellenic Council (3. 4 ; Student N.E.A. (3, 4); University Party (3, 4); W.A.A. (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3). HEARN, DONALD WILLIAM Laurinburg B.S. IN PHYSICS. Pi Kappa Alpha; I.F.C. (2. 3); Orientation Committee (3); Orientation Counselor (2. 4)i University Party (1, 2, 3. 4); G.M.A.B. (3. 4). HECKEL, INGE Bronxville, N. Y. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Delta Delta; Carolina Symposium (3): Daily Tar Heel (4); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3). HEFELFINGER, DAVID CHARLES Charlotte A.B. IN ECONOMICS Westminster Fellowship. HELMS, BOBBY EARL Concord A B IN ECONOMICS. HENDERSON, JOHN LEONARD Goldsboro A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Kappa Sigma; C.US.C. (4); Orientation Counselor (4); University Party (1); Wrestling (1); Student Government (3, 4). HENDREN, OTIS FRANKLIN Moravian Falls A.B. IN ENGLISH. HENDRICK, BOBBY FRANKLIN Shelby B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. HENDRICK, WILLIAM FRANKLIN Shelby A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Dormitory Officer, Secretary (2). HENDRIX, JOYCE BEACH Walterboro, S. C. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Baptist Student Union; Student N.E.A. St. Simons Island, Ga. Council; Westminster Fellowship; HENRY, HENRIANNA A B. IN ART HISTORY. Carolina Women Y.W.C.A. HESTER, CLYDE RAY Lillington B.S, IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Baptist Student Union (1); Student Party (1), Page 232 CLASS OF ' 61 HESTER, ROY McDOWELL A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Asheboro Winston-Salem HICKS, MELVIN GRAY B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS, Delta Sigma Pi; Band (1, 2); Student Party (1); Track (1); Y.D.C. HIGGINS, MARY LYNN Hamilton Square, N. J. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Delta Delta; Angel Flight (3); Orientation Counselor (4); Student N.E.A. (3, 4); University Chorus (3); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). HILJER, DWAYNE JONATHAN B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. HILL, DOUGLAS GRAY A.B. IN ENGLISH. HILL, IVAN VICK A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Dormitory Officer (3); Y.M.C.A. (1). HIMES, SARA ALLEN Canton Kinston Selma Tampa, Fla. HIRT, LYNDA KAREN Larchmont, N. Y. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Dormitory Officer, President (4); Student N.E.A. (3. 4); University Party (3, 4); Westminster Fellowship (3, 4); Women ' s Residence Council (4), Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). HOBBS, LUANNE SPENCER Rocky Mount HOBBS, RODNEY CARROLL Bunnlevel B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi. HOBSON, WENDY M. Charlottesville, Va. HOCUTT, EDGAR JEROME Chapel Hill A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha Epsilon Delta, President (4): Orientation Counselor (3); Westminster Fellowship (1); Y.M.C.A. (2). HODGE, HENDERSON ALISON, III Zebulon HODSDON, MARTHA MATILDA Miami, Fla. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi, President (4); G.M.A.B. (4); Panhelienic Council (3. 4); University Party (3, 4); W.A.A. (3, 4); Wesley Foundation (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). HOELL, ADA ELLEN Washington A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi; Student N.E.A. (4); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (4). HOKANSON, JAMES RICHARD Pittsburgh, Pa. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Sigma Nu; Football (1, 2, 3, 4); Monogram Club (4); New- man Club (3, 4); University Party (4). HOLDER, LAURIE EDGAR, JR. Garner A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Carolina Handbook (3): Daily Tar Heel (4); Press Club (4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2), HOLDERNESS, HOWARD, JR. Greensboro A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma; Gimghouh Men ' s Honor Council; Order of Golden Fleece; Order of the Graili Order of the Old Well: Orientation Counselor; Student Council. HOLLAND, HERBERT EATMAN, JR. Raleigh B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Phi Alpha; Baptist Student Union (1, 2); Dormitory Officer, President (2), Secretary-Treasurer (3, 4); IDC. (1, 2); Student Party (4). HOLLAND, JAMES ROCKWELL Statesville HOLLAND, REBECCA ANGELYN Wilmington A.B. IN EDUCATION. HOLT, JACQUELINE Durham A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. HOLTHOUSER, RALPH HAYWOOD, JR. Charlotte A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Dormitory Officer (4); I. DC. (4); N.R.O.T.C. (1); Order of Beanbirds (3, 4); Orientation Committee (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. (4). HORD, JOSEPH BEACH, JR. Maxton A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Chi Psi; Baseball (1). Page 233 SENIOR HOWARD, ELIZABETH RIST Tarboro A.B. POLITICAL SCIENCE. Delta Delta Delta; Canterbury Club (3, 4): Cosmopoli- tan Club (4); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). HOWEY, REBECCA LEE Waxhaw A.B IN EDUCATION. Student N.E.A. (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3). HOWIE, SAMUEL WATSON Charlotte AS. IN JOURNALISM. HUBBARD, ARTHUR GRANGER Stedman B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. HUFMAN, WILLIAM LAWRENCE Wilmington A.B. IN ENGLISH. Monogram Club (2, 3); Swimming (2, 3); Westminster Fellow- ship (I, 2, 3). HUGGINS, JOHN ROBERT Brevard B S IN EDUCATION. Canterbury Club (4); Student Party (3, 4); Y.D.C. (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4). HUGHES, PAUL DEANE A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Do Counselor (4); Y.M.C.A. (3). Marion iitory Officer (3); I. DC. (3); Orientation HUMMEL, SAMUEL DRAPER Durham B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Delta Sigma Pi; Di- Phi Society (3. 4); Dormitory Officer. Vice-President (1); Soccer (1); Student Government (3): Y.D.C, Vice-President (4). HUMPHREY, REGINALD MAY Sanford A B IN EDUCATION. Canterbury Club (4); Splash Club (4); Student N.E.A. (3, 4), Y.W C.A. (3!. HUNT, LINDA LEE Bradenton, Fla. A B. IN HISTORY. Kappa Delta; Student Party; Angel Flight. HUNTLEY, ALMA JEANE Swannanoa AB IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Alpha Gamma Delta; Angel Flight (3, 4); Pan- hellenic Council (4): Student N.E.A. (4); Student Party (3, 4); W.A.A. (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 41. HUSKE, OLIVIA ERICKSON A.B. IN ENGLISH. Canterbury Club (3, 4): Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). Cooleemee HUTCHINS, ELIZABETH HARKNESS Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. A B. IN ECONOMICS. Canterbury Club (4); Carolina Playmakers (4); Daily Tar Heel (3. 4). HUTSON, RICHARD MARTIN Bay Shore, N. Y. A B IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Kappa Phi; Soccer (1); Student Government (3); Wrestling |2); Y.M.C.A. (I, 2). IMKE, CHRISTOPHER, III Washington B.S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Westminster Fellowship; Y.M.C.A. INFINGER, LLOYD LEWIS Charlotte A B IN DRAMATIC ARTS. Pi Kappa Phi; Cardboard (1); Carolina Playmakers (2, 3 4) I.FC. (1. 2); Mens Glee Club (1, 2); Sound and Fury (1, 2, 4); Wesley Foundation (1); Y.D.C. (21; Y.M.C A. (1. 2). ISENHOUR, THOMAS LEE Salisbury BS IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Chi Sigma, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Men ' s Glee Club (1); Y.M C.A. (1. 2. 3, 41, Fencing Club (21. IVES, DEBORAH DAWSON Warwick, N. Y. A B IN DRAMATIC ART AND ENGLISH. Carolina Playmakers; Sound and Fury; WUNC-TV; Y.W.C.A. JACKSON, DAVID MICHAEL Bogalusa, La. B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Westminster Fellowship (3, 41. JACKSON, WARREN BARNETT, JR. Chattanooga, Tenn. A B IN HISTORY. Chi Phi; Dormitory Officer (1, 2); G.M.A.B. (2, 3): I.FC. (3, 4); NROTC (1 2 3, 4); Orientation Counselor (31; Soccer (1); Student Govern- ment (1 2, 31; Student Legislature (1, 2); Student Party (1, 2, 3); Y.D.C. (1). JAMES, CHARLES HENRY B.S. IN EDUCATION. Elizabeth City Winston-Salem A B. IN ART, Airha Omicron Pi; Stray Greeks; Panhellenic Council (41; West- minster Fellowship (3, 4). JAMISON, WILLIAM THOMAS Charlotte A B IN HISTORY. Orientation Counselor (2); Y.R.C. (3. 4); Y.M.C.A. (1). JARVIS, ANDREW PRESTON, JR. Raleigh B S IN GEOLOGY Pi Kappa Alpha; Dormitory Officer (2); I.D.C. (2); University club: University Party; Outing Club. JAMES, MEREDITH PATRICIA Page 234 CLASS OF ' 61 JESSEN, ROBERT FREDERICK A.B. IN ENGLISH. Mount Holly JOHNSON, DAVID ELIOT Baltimore, Md. A.B. IN ECONOMICS. University Club (1); Y.M.C.A. (1); Lacrosse (2, 3, 4). JOHNSON, DAVID LEE Graham B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. JOHNSON, HAROLD CLAY B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. JOHNSON, LARRY DOUGLAS B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi. JOHNSON, NAN JEAN JOHNSON, NANCY ELIZABETH Hamptonville Clayton Denton Asheville JOLLY, HORTON GRAY Ayden JONES, BENNER, III Jackson, Ohio A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Lamticia Chi Alpha; I F.C. i3, 4); University Party (3. 4); Y.R.C. (3, 4). JONES, EMMA RUTH Smithfield A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi; University Party; Yackefy Yach; Y.W.C.A JONES, JOHN RICHARD Chapel Hill B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. JONES, RICHARD PUTNEY Greensboro A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. Canterbury Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Cardboard (1. 2i; Student Government (2, 4); Yackety Yack (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). JOSEPH, CAMILLA LOUISE Greensboro A.B. IN MATHEMATICS JOYNER. GEORGE FREEMAN, JR. Weldon A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Mens Glee Club (4). JOYNER, SALLY HARRIS Charlotte A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. JUSTICE, HEALAN ELIZABETH Raleigh KANNAN, PHILLIP M. Varina B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. KARPATI, JOSEPH Chapel Hill A.B. IN EDUCATION. Cosmopolitan Club (3, 4); Student N.E.A. (3. 4); Westminster Fellowship (3, 4). KELLEY, HARDIN H. Belmont B.S. IN SCIENCE. KELLY, CAROLYN ANN Arlington, Va. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi; University Party (3, 4); Y.WCA. (3): Presi- dent ' s Cabinet 14); Class Officer (3). KELLY, JOHN THOMAS, III B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Fayetteville KENDALL, LEO PAUL Meadville, Pa. KENNEDY, MARY HUNTER Charlotte A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Delta Delta; Panhellenic Council (4|; University Party (3, 4); Women ' s Honor Council (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). KERNEY, JAMES LEE Princeton, Ind. B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Lutheran Student Association (3, 4). Page 235 SENIOR KEZZIAH, WILLIAM HARRIS, JR. Morganton A,B. IN JOURNALISM, Theta Chi; Canterbury Club (3, 4); Press Club. KIKER, ELIZABETH ANNE Wadesboro A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Delta Theta; Cardboard (3), Vice-President (4); G-M.A.B. (4); Orientation Counselor (4); Student Party (3, 4); W.A.A. (3, 4); Wesley Foundation (3, 4); Yackety YacK (4); Dance Club (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (4). KIRKPATRICK, KAY TEMPLE Durham A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega; Cheerleader (4); University Party; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Class Officer (4). Forest City Washington, D. C. Teachey A B. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Pi Omega; Baptist Student Union (1, 2, 3, 4); Dormi- tory Officer (4); I.D.C, (3); N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Track (1). KISER, RONALD REID B.S. IN GEOLOGY. KNEELAND, ROBERT HAYES A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE, KNIGHT, EUODIAS FALCON, JR. KOENIG, PAUL MAIMON Brooklyn, N. Y. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE, I, DC; University Party; Y,M.C.A. KOONTS, RONALD ALVA High Point A.B, IN ENGLISH, Orientation Counselor (3. 4); Wesley Foundation (1, 2, 3. 4). KORDAHSKI, ROBERT EDWARD Salem, Mass. B.S, IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS, Football (1, 2, 3, 4); Monogram Club (1). LABOUISSE, ISABELLE CAMERON Durham A B IN ENGLISH. Chi Omega; Canterbury Club (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (4); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. {3. 4). LACY, FANNIE LOUISE Hopkinsville, Ky. A.B. IN ENGLISH, Kappa Delta; Baptist Student Union (3. 4); Orientation Coun- selor (4) Panhellenic Council (4); Student Government (4); University Chorus (3, 4); Y.WCA. (4). LAIL, GRAHAM LEROY, JR. Conover B S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Theta Chi; Lutheran Student Association (1); N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); Outing Club. LAMBE, RONALD NELSON A.B. IN COMPARATIVE LITERATURE. Carolil Orcfiestra (1, 2, 3, 4); Sound and Fury (2). Greensboro Playmakers (2, 3); University LAMBERT, HARVEY RICHARD Fredriksted, St. Croix, Virgin Islands A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Greensboro LAMBETH, JAY ODELL A B IN ECONOMICS Alpha Phi Omega, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; Band (1, 2, 3). President (4): Dormitory Officer, Vice-President (2), President (3); I.D.C. (3); Order of the Old Well (3. 4); Orientation Counselor (3); Student Government (3, 4); University Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4); Student Athletic Council (3. 4); Wind Ensemble (1, 2, 3, 4). LAMBETH, RICHARD WHITFIELD Greensboro B S IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Pi Kappa Alpha; G.M.A.B.; Order of Beanbirds (2); Orientation Counselor (1); University Party (3). LAMM, WILLIAM DELAY Mt. Airy AB IN CHEMISTRY. St. Anthony; University Glee Club (2); Student Government (1. 2, 3); Student Legislature (3); Student Party (2). LANCASTER, WILLIAM SLAWSON Bronxville, N. Y. A B IN ZOOLOGY. Phi Kappa Sigma; I.F.C. (3, 4); Monogram Club (3, 4); Student Government (3); Track (3, 4). LANDAUER, ELIZABETH ANNE Kinston AB IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega; Orientation Counselor (4); Student N.E.A. (3, University Party {3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). LANEDON, WILLIAM CLEVELAND Coats B.S. IN EDUCATION. Student N.E.A. (3, 4). LANGFORD, FREDERICK BRICE Savannah, Ga. A B, IN ENGLISH. I.D.C. (4). LANGFORD, GEORGE PHILIP Orlando, Fla. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Sigma Nu. LAXTON, MARY CALLIE Lenoir A B IN EDUCATION. Baptist Student Union; Cosmopolitan Club; Student N.E.A.; Y.WCA, LAWRENCE, MARY LENAH Boone AB, IN EDUCATION, Baptist Student Union (3. 4); Carolina Playmakers (3, 4). Page 236 CLASS OF ' 61 LEARY, FLAVIA ANN Shreveport, La. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi; Newman Club; Orientation Counselor; Univer- sity Party; W.A.A,; Y.W.CA. LEBLOND, MILDRED LORETTO Cincinnati, Ohio A.B. IN HISTORY. Kaopa Kappa Gamma; Y.W.CA. (3, 4); University Chorus 13); University Party (3. 4). LEHRMAN, NEIL Silver Spring, Md. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Lambda Phi; Basketball (1, 2). LESHER, KAREN ANN A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Delta; Y.W.CA. Cleveland, Ohio Middlesex LEWIS, JACOB BASCO B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Baptist Student Union (1. 2, 3). LEWIS, LULA JOHNSON Kinston A.B. IN EDUCATION. Baptist Student Union i3); Student N.EA. (4); Y.W.CA. (1) LEWIS, SUSAN MORING Madison A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Carolina Handbook, Editor (3); Carolina Women ' s Council (4); Daily Tar Heel (3, 4); Dormitory Officer (4); Orientation Counselor (4); Press Club (3, 4); Publications Board (3, 4); W.A.A. (3); Y.W.CA. (3, 4); Women ' s Handbool( (3). LIEBSCHER, GERHARD F. B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Chi Sigma. Waynesville Pittsboro Mebane A.B. IN HISTORY. Debate Council (1); Di-Phi Society (1, 2); Dormitory Officer (2); I.D.C. (2); Orientation Counselor (3, 4); Student Government (3); Student N.E.A. (4); Student Party (1, 2); Westminster Fellowship {1. 2, 3, 4); Y.D.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4). LINDLEY, LESTER O ' NEIL A.B. IN EDUCATION. LINEBERRY, JAMES WILLIAM, JR. LITCHFIELD, PATRICIA JARVIS Jackson A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi; Orientation Counselor (4); Publications Board (4); Student N.E.A. (4): University Party (3, 4); Women ' s Residence Council (3); Y.W.CA. (3. 4). LIVAS, ELAINI B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Alpha Gamma Delta, President; Canterbury Club (4); Panhellenic Council (4); Student Government (3. 4); University Party (3, 4): Y.D.C. (4); Y.W.CA. (3, 4); Splash Club (4). Chapel Hill LLOYD, THOMAS PHILIP, JR. Chapel Hill A.B. IN HISTORY Alpha Tau Omega; Basketball (1). LOMINAC, DORRIS VIRGINIA Asheville A.B. IN EDUCATION. Baptist Student Union (3, 4); Student N.E.A. (3, 4); W.A.A. (3); Y.R.C. (3, 4). LONDON, FRANK MICHAEL A.B. IN EDUCATION. Durham LONGENECKER, FRANKLIN ROLAND, III Wilmington, Del. A.B. IN HISTORY. Pi Kappa Alpha; Basketball (1); Carolina Symposium (2); Orientation Counselor (2, 3); Tracli (2); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3. 4). LOTZ, DENTON Northport, N. Y. A.B. IN GERMAN. Phi Kappa Sigma. Delta Phi Alpha; Baptist Student Union (1, 2, 3, 4); Dormitory Officer, Vice-President (2); N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Order of the Grail (2. 3, 4): Order of the Old Well (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (2); Student Government; Student Legislature (2, 3); Student Party (1, 2. 3); Y.R.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Gottingen Exchange Student. LOWRY, JEAN ANN A.B. IN EDUCATION. Angel Flight (4); Y.W.CA. (4). LYDA, LARRY LEROY A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. LYDAY, LEON F., Ill A.B. IN SPANISH. LYNCH, RICHARD SMITH A.B. IN ENGLISH. LYNN, KAY NICHOLS B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Baptist Student Union (3, 4). Greenville, S. C. Hendersonville Yanceyville Maiden Durham McCALLUM, HELEN STEWART Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Westminster Fellowship; Women ' s McCarthy, DEBORAH ANTHONY Jacksonville, Fla. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Delta Pi; Student N.E.A. (2); University Party (2); Y.W.CA. (2). Poge 237 SENIOR Highlands, N. J. McCLURE, ROBERT CRITTENDEN Fort Lauderdale, Fla. B,S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Kappa Sigma; Westminster Fellowship (3). McCONNELL, JOHN MINER A B. IN HISTORY. Cardboard (1); Newman Club (1, 2, 3, 4). WIcCOTTER, DEWITT CLINTON, 111 New Bern B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Gorgon ' s Head (2, 3, 4); Order of Minataurs (2, 3, 4): Student Legislature (2); Uniuersity Party (1, 2, 3, 4). McCULLEN, LARRY PHILLIPS Warsaw A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE Mcculloch, james engle Raieigh A.B. IN RADIO. TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Mcdonald, prances LINEBERGER Charlotte A B IN ART HISTORY, Chi Omega; Canterbury Club; University Party; Y.W.C.A. Mcdonald, ralph, jr. A B. IN ENGLISH. Zeta Psi. McFADYEN, DONALD WAYNE McGEE, THOMAS SMITH B S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Raleigh Sanford Huntersville McGOWAN, JAMES ALTON, JR. Winston-Salem as. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi; Dance Committee. McKENNEY, CORNELIA DOUGLASS Hampton, Va. B.S. IN MATHEMATICS, Canterbury Club (3. 4); Dormitory Officer (4); Orientation Counselor (4); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). Mckenzie, timothy paul Red Bank, Tenn. McKINNEY, SARAH MARTHA A.B. IN HISTORY. Pi Beta Phi; OrientatK Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). McLAMB, BARBARA ANN Lillington A B. IN EDUCATION Baptist Student Union (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (4); Student N.E.A. (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). McLAMB, CLARENCE EZEKIEL, JR. B S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Austell, Ga. Counselor (4); University Party (3, 4); Dunn Louisville, Ky. 4); Student Legislature Mclaughlin, claudia thomas A B IN ENGLISH. Pi Beta Phi; Panhellenic Council (3, 4i; University Party (3, 4): W.A.A. (3, 4). McLEAN, EDWIN RAY Weaverville B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Canterbury Club (3); Y.O.C. (4). McLEAN, MARVIN BREVARD Belmont B S. IN DENTISTRY. McLEAN, RITA PHYLLIS Goldsboro B S IN EDUCATION. Angel Flight; Baptist Student Union; Student Government; Student N,E,A, McLENNAN, ELIZA JANE Greensboro BS IN EDUCATION, Delta Delta Delta; Carolina Symposium (3): Orientation Counselor |4I; Student Government (4); University Party (3, 4): Wesley Founda- tion (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). McNeill, JUSTIN, mi Lumberton B S IN GEOLOGY Alpha Phi Omega. McQUISTON, JOHN P. Devon, Pa. B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Dormitory Officer (3); IDC. (3). McRACKAN, WILMA ROBERTA Durham A.B. IN EDUCATION Carolina Women ' s Council (3, 4); Dormitory Officer (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 41. MACON, ERNEST MICHAEL, JR. Greensboro B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Chi Sigma; Dormitory Officer (3, 4): Men ' s Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Wesley Foundation (1, 2, 3, 4). Page 238 CLASS OF ' 61 MADDISON, SARA BLAIR Scotland Neck A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi; Student N.E.A. (3, 4); University Club (3, 4); YW.C.A. (3, 4). MARKHAM, THOMAS LOWELL Apex B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Pi Mu Epsilon; Sound and Fury (2); University Chorus {1. 2, 3). MARSHBURN, DONALD ROBERT Greensboro MASON, RICHARD HAYWOOD, JR. Raleigh A.B. IN ENGLISH. Zeta Psi; Order of Minataurs; University Party. MASSENGILL, NANCY CHLOE Princeton A.B. IN EDUCATION. Baptist Student Union (3, 4); Student N.E.A. (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3). MASSIE, THOMAS CLEMENT A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Wesley Foundation; Y.M.C.A. Waynesville MATHESON, EVERETTE NEIL Charlotte B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Dormitory Officer (3), Vice-President; I.D.C. (3); WUNC (2); Y.R.C., Vice-President (3), President (4), MATTERN, BETTY LOUISE Salem, Va. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Delta Delta; Panhellenic Council (4); Student Council (4); Student Government (4); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). MATTHEWS, FREDERICK RICHARD, JR. A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Chi Epsilon. Greensboro MAUZY, CHARLES HAMPTON Winston-Salem A.B. IN PHILOSOPHY. Carolina Quarterly (3); Westminster Fellov«ship (4). MAY, DOTTIE WOODALL Durham A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi; Student N.E.A. {3. 4): University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). MAY, LOUIS GARRIS Greenville STRATION. GM.A.B. (1, 2); University Party t (3). Hatboro Charlotte junselor (4); Charlotte MEADE, RICHARD RADCLIFFE A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Y.R.C. (3). MEANS, ROBERT ELLISON MEEK, CHARLES FREDRIC A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Chi Phi; University Party (2, 3). MELTON, WILLIE JANEIL Lenoir A.B. IN ENGLISH. Carolina Symposium (3); Orientation Counselor (4). MENAKER, MARYANN DOUGLASS Harrisburg, Pa. A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chi Omega; Splash Club (3); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). MENDELSOHN, JOSEPH SIDNEY Charleston, S. C. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Tau Epsilon Phi, President; Football (4); Hillel Foundation {1, 2, 3, 4); I.F.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Student Party (1. 2); University Party (3, 4); Freshman Class Treasurer. MERRICK, RICHARD BENNETT Valhalla, N. Y. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi; Band (1. 2). MELTSNER, CHARLES PHILIP Chapel Hill A.B. IN ENGLISH. MICHAELS, JUDITH ANNE Raleigh A.B. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Carolina Symposium (3, 4); University Party (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). MILAM, JOSEPH, JR. Asheville B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Beta Gamma Sigma, President. MILLER, CROSON BURNS, JR. Albemarle MILLER, HERBERT PINKNEY, III Asheville B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Sigma Chi; Canterbury Club (1); Orienta- tion Counselor (2); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4). Page 239 SENIOR MILLER, JAMES HALYBURTON Asheville A.B. IN HISTORY. Sigma Chi; Dance Committee (2); I.F.C. (4); Orientation Com- mittee (2, 3); Student Government (2, 3); University Party (1, 2, 3. 4). MILLER, WILLIAM HICKS Rutherfordton A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE, Student Legislature (2, 3, 4); Student Party. MILLS, CHARES EDWARD, III Wilmington A.B. IN HISTORY. Kappa Sigma; Student Council (2); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4). MILS, LARRY JOE Concord A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. MITCHELL, JOAN BETH Fairmont A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Gamma Delta; Student N.E.A. ; University Party. MITCHELL, JOHN LEE Chattanooga, Tenn. A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Delta Theta; Canterbury Club (1, 2, 3, 4); G.M.A.B. (2, 3); Order of the Grail (3, 4); Order of the Old Well (3, 4); Orientation Committee (3); Orientation Counselor (2); Soccer (1, 2, 3): Sound and Fury (1, 2); Student Council (3); University Party (1, 2. 3. 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). MODROW, PETER ALBERT A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Epsilon Delta; Football (1). MONTGOMERY, EDWARD DAVIDSON, JR. A.B. IN FRENCH. MOORE, DANIEL HIGHT A.B. IN RELIGION. Y.M.C.A. Bloomfield, N. J. Wilmington Kingsport, Tenn. MOORE, JOHN ELLISON Rock Hill AB IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Cardboard (2); Carolina Playmaliers (1, 2. 3); Cosmopolitan Club (2); Daily Tar Heel (1, 4); Press Club (2, 3); Sound and Fury (1, 2); Student Party (1); Westminster Fellov«ship; WUNC (1, 2, 3, 4): WUNC-TV (2. 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). MOORE, WILLIAM DAVIS Hiilsboro B.S, IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Y.M.C.A. (3, 4). MOOSE, LINDA LORETTA Albemarle A B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi; Cheerleader (4); Student Government (4); Student N.E.A. (3, 4): University Party (3. 4); W.A.A. (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). MORGAN, JULIAN HORTON Clinton A B IN EDUCATION. Alpha Phi Omega; Baptist Student Union (1, 2, 3, 4); Dormitory Officer (1, 2, 3): I.D.C. (1, 2, 3); Student Council (3); Student N.E.A. (2. 4); Yackety Vack (1): Y.M.C.A. {1, 2, 3, 4). MORGAN, PATRICIA ANN Durham A.B. IN EDUCATION. Baptist Student Union (4); Student N.E.A. (4); Women ' s Residence Council (3). MORGAN, WILLIAM CHAPIN Pittsboro A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Canterbury Club (3); Y.D.C. (1). MORRIS, AUGUSTUS REYNOLDS Asheville B S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. MORRISON, WILLIAM LLOYD Asheville A.B, IN JOURNALISM. Daily Tar Heel (3, 4). MOSELEY, GEORGE EDWARD Tarboro B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Delta Sigma Pi; N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Orienta- tion Counselor (3); Student Government (3, 4); Westminster Fellowship (2, 3, 4). Fayettevilie (3, 4); University Party MOSER, JEANNE CAROL A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Alpha Delta Pi; Order of Beanbii (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). MOSIER, MEMRIE TAYLOR Greenville A B, IN ENGLISH, Pi Beta Phi; Canterbury Club (3, 4); Carolina Symposium (3); Orientation Counselor (4); Panhellenic Council (3, 4); University Party (3, 4); W,A,A, (3, 4); Y W.C.A. (3. 4). MUELLER, FREDERICK OTTO A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Football (1. Student Athletic Council. Iselin, N. J. 4); Monogram Club (2, 3, 4); MULLIGAN, LINDA ANN A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Canterbury Club (1, White Plains, N. Y. 4); Splash Club (1, 2, 4). MURPHY, NEIL FRANCIS Blacksburg, Va. A B IN JOURNALISM Alpha Phi Omega, Sigma Delta Chi; Daily Tar Heel (2, 3); Wesley Foundation (1, 2, 3. 4); Y.M.C.A. (1); Press Club {I, 2. 4), President (3). MURPHY, ROBERT GENE B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Canterbury Club; Y.M.C.A. Poge 240 Roanoke Rapids CLASS OF ' 61 MURRAY, DOUGLAS P. Meadville, Pa. NASH, PHILIP BARNES Bristol, Va. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Sigma Phi Epsilon; A.F.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Arnold Air Society (2, 3, 4); Cardboard (2): Orientation Counselor (2); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Y DC. (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Sabre Air Com- mand (1). NAU, LANAY MARIE Hickory A,B. IN ART. Lutheran Student Association (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). NEWBERRY, DAVID CRAIG A.B. IN ENGLISH. NEWBERRY, MARY ROGERS Morehead City Fayetteville NEWBY, LEE PARKER Rocky Mount A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Omega; University Party (3, 4); W.A.A. (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). NEWTON, ELDON SHARPE, JR. Wilson A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE, lambd a Chi Alpha; University Party (2, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1). Loudon, Tenn. Winston-Salem Chicago, III. Chapel Hill Roxboro NORTHCOTT, J. GRESH Black Mountain B.S, IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. NORTHCUTT, CHARLES WILSON Wadesboro A.B, IN CHEMISTRY. Dormitory Officer (3); Football (2); Y.M.C.A. (1). NORTON, LAFAYETTE FERGUSON Raleigh A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Delta Theta; Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4); Gimghoul (2, 3, 4); N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); University Party (1). NICHOLAS, DAVID MANSFIELD, JR. A.B. IN HISTORY. NICHOLAS, DONALD WILLIAM B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. NICHOLS, ROGER ALAN B.S. IN PHYSICS. Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Phi Alpha. NOLAN, WILLIAM EDWARD B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. NORRIS, IRA KENNETH A.B. IN SPANISH. Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). NORVILLE, RUSSELL MANLEY Spindale A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Dormitory Officer, President (3, 4); I.D.C. (3, 4); Student Council (3, 4); Student Party (1, 2, 3); Wesley Foundation (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. (2, 3). NORWOOD, HAYWOOD VERNON, JR. Waxhaw A.B, IN FRENCH. NOYES, JAMES HERBERT, JR. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Daily Tar Heel (3, 4); I.F.C. (2, 3, 4); Orientation Counselor (3. 4); University Party (2, 3, 4); Wesley Foundation (2); Y.M.C.A. (2, 3). Lawrenceburg, Ind. O ' NEIL, MARTHA GERY Chapel Hill Woodbridge, Conn. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Baptist Student Union (3); Carolina Playmakers (3, 4); University Chorus (3, 4)i Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). ORDWAY, PHILIP MARTIN B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Dormitory Officer (3). ORR, THOMAS EDWARD Hendersonville A.B. IN EDUCATION. Baptist Student Union (2, 3, 4); Dormitory Officer (3); G.M.A.B. (3, 4); Student N.E.A. (3, 4); Yackety Yack (3); Y.D.C. (4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 3)1 Student Party (1). OSBORNE, SAMUEL LOUIS Wilkesboro AS. IN ENGLISH. OTT, WILLIAM JOHN Point Pleasant, N. J. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Theta Chi; A.F.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Student Party (2, 3); University Party (4); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2). PAGE, JOHN PASCHALL Yanceyville A.B. IN ENGLISH. Men ' s Glee Club (3, 4): Y.D.C. (4). Poge 241 SENIOR PAGE, NELSON FRANKLIN A.B. IN EDUCATION. PALIOURAS, DEMETRIOS NICK B.S, IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. PALMER, ROGER EDWARD B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Westminster Fellowship (3, 4). PANNELL, CLIFTON WYNDHAM Alpha Tau Omega; PAPPENDICK, CHARLES T. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. PAQUETTE, RUDOLPH GEORGE B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Baseball (1, 2); Outing Club (2). Salisbury Weldon Charlotte Sweet Briar, Va. I.F.C; N.R.OT.C; Y.R.C.; Roanoke Rapids Elkhart, Ind. Lexington PARKER, DAVID ANTHONY A.B. IN EDUCATION. Lambda Chi Alpha; A.F.R.O.T.C. (1, 2. 3, 4); Arnold Society ( 2, 3. 4): Orientation Counselor (4); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); Univer- sity Party: Y.R-C- (1); Sabre Air Command (2). PARKER, FRED POPE, Goldsboro A.B. IN HISTORY. Alpha Tau Omega; Di-Phi Society (2, 3, 4); G.M.A.B. (3, 4); Soccer (1, 2, 3, 41; Student Government (3); Track (1); Universrty Party (4); Y.D.C. (3. 4); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2, 3. 4). PARRISH, JON ERIC Gastonia A B. IN ZOOLOGY. Alpha Epsilon Delta, Phi Eta Sigma. PATTEN, NANCY MASON Charlotte A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Carolina Handbook (4): Westminster Fellowship (3); Yackety Yach (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). PATTERSON, EDWARD RICHARD, JR. A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Alpha Phi Omega. PATTERSON, PAMELA LOVELACE Smithfield Atlanta, Ga. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Mu; Stray Greeks (3, 4); Canterbury Club (3); Carolina Playmakers |3, .41; Cosmopolitan Club (3, 4); G.M.A.B. (4); Orientation Counselor (41; Sound and Fury; W.A.A. |3, 41; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). PEARSON, JIMMY WAYNE A B IN ENGLISH. Band (3, 4.1. PEEK, JAMES THOMAS A.B. IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES. N.R.O.T.C. (1). PEMBLE, RICHARD A. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, Hickory Raeford St. Petersburg, Fla. PENDERGRAFT, BARBARA ANNE Chapel Hill A B. IN EDUCATION. Cardboard |1); Splash Club (4); Student N.E.A. (4); Wesley Foundation il. 2. 31; Women ' s Glee Club (4). PERKINS, THOMAS JOSEPH A B. IN ECONOMICS. I.D.C. (21; Monogr. Y.M.C.A. (2, 3). Tela, Honduras Club (2, 3, 4); Soccer (2. 3, 4): PERRY, RAYMOND LOWELL Troy A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Kappa Phi; I.F.C. (3, 4); Y.D.C. (2). PETERSON, GERALD J. Leaksville A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Daily Tar Heel (3, 4). PFAELZER, LINDA JANE Glencoe, IN. A B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Angel Flight (3. 4); Carolina Women ' s Council (3, 4); Dormitory Officer (3); Orientation Counselor (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 41. PHELPS, ANNE DAVIS Winston-Salem A.B. IN EDUCATION. Baptist Student Union (3, 4); Daily Tar Heel (3, 41; Press Club (4): Student N.E.A. {41; Yackety Yack (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (4). PHELPS, BRYAN EUGENE Creswell B S IN CHEMISTRY. PHILLIPS, GENEVIEVE IRENE Raleigh AB IN EDUCATION. Angel Flight (3. 41; Carolina Women ' s Council (3. 41; Dormi- tory Officer {3:. Orientation Counselor (31; Student N.E.A. (41. PHILLIPS, JAMES LAUGHTON A B. IN CHEMISTRY. Y.M.C.A. Morehead City Page 242 CLASS OF ' 61 PICKENS, RUPERT TARPLEY High Point A.B. IN FRENCH. Cosmopolitan Club (4); Orientation Counselor (4). PIERCE, EMILY ALLEN Wheidon A.B. IN EDUCATION. Dormitory Officer (4); Orientation Counselor (4); Student N.E.A. (3, 4); Uniuersity Party (3); W.A.A. {3, 4); Wesley Foundation (3); Y.D.C. (3, h); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4) PIERCE, MARTHA MARIE Charlotte A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Delta Pi; Student N.E.A. (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). PINKERTON, JOAN ELLEN McLean, Va. PLUTA, SANDRA HELEN Wilmington B.S. IN EDUCATION. Canterbury Club (3, 4); Carolina Symposium (3); Cosmo- politan Club 13, 4); Orientation Counselor (4); University Ctiorus (4); W.A.A. (31: Y.W.C.A. i4i; Women ' s Residence Council (3). POLK, KATHERINE ROSS Greensboro POLLARD, CATHRYN ROBERTSON Southern Pines A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Delta Pi; Student N.E.A.; University Party; Y.W.C.A. POLLOCK, DAVID BRUCE B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. POOLE, LARRY NEAL A.B. IN ENGLISH. Y.M.C.A. (4). POOVEY, JAMES NELSON POTTER, CATHERINE S. A.B. IN EDUCATION Pi Beta Phi; PRESCOn, JANE GILMER A.B. IN ENGLISH. Charlotte Statesville Hickory student Legislature (3, 4); University Beaufort University Party; Y.W.C.A. PRESSLEY, JAMES SANFORD A.B. IN EDUCATION. Baptist Student Union. PREVOST, ADORA LEA A.B. IN HISTORY. Chi Omega; Panhellenic Co Milwaukee, Wise. Monroe Waynesville University Party. PRICE, DAVID EUGENE Erwin A.B. IN HISTORY. Band (3. 4); Baptist Student Union (3), President (4); Di-Phi Society (3, 4); Student Legislature (4); Student Party (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (3). PRIMM, LINDA W. Denver A.B. IN HISTORY. Kappa Delta; Orientation Counselor (4); University Party (3, 4); Westminster Fellowship (3, 4); Y.D.C. (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). PRUITT, JACK WILLIAM Raleigh A.B. IN RADIO. TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. WUNC (4). QUACKENBUSH, ROBERT LESLEY Valley Cottage, N. Y. B.S. IN EDUCATION. Dormitory Officer (2); Student N.E.A. (1); I.D.C. (2); Mono- gram Club (3); Soccer (4). QUAST, THEODORE EMMANUEL, JR. Bethesda, Md. A B. IN MUSIC. Baptist Student Union; University Chorus; University Symphony. RAGAN, ROBERT ALLISON Gastonia B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Cosmopolitan Club (1); I.D.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); University Party (2. 3); Westminster Fellov ship (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.D.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). RAND, ANTHONY EDEN Garner A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Alpha Tau Omega; Orientation Counselor (2); University Party (4); Y.D.C. (4). Raleigh 4); Dormitory Officer, President 3, 4); Student Party (1, 2, 4); RANDALL, JOHN CARWILE A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Di-Phi Society (1, 2, (3); I.D.C. (3); student Government (1, I Forensic Council (2, 3). RAYNOR, BRUCE BUTLER Raleigh B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa, Beta Gamma Sigma, President: Dormitory Officer (3, 4); I.D.C. (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4); Student Government. REED, NANCY ELIZABETH Hanover, Pa.. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Carolina Symposium; Dormitory Officer, President; Orientat Counselor; University Party; Women ' s Residence Council; Y.W.C.A. Page 243 SENIOR REEDER, JOHN PATRICK Bethesda, Md. A.B. IN HISTORY. Football (2); Student Party (1); Wesley Foundation (1, 2); Westminster Fellowship (3); Track (1). REHM, LINDA Sturgis, Mich. A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Delta Delta Delta; Angel Flight (3, 4); Canterbury Club (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (4); Splash Club (3, 4); Valkyries (4)-, Women ' s Honor Council, Clerk (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). REICHENBACH, CARL FRANKLIN, JR. Raleigh B.A. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Nu; Band (1, 2); Westminster Fel- lowship (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). RENGER, JOHN FRANK Albemarle A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Gamma Delta; Football (1, 2, 3, 4); Orientation Committee (4); Student Government; University Party; Wesley Foundation (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. RENN DIANA A.B. IN GERMAN. Orientatic Wake Forest Counselor (4); Y.W.C.A. (3). RHODES, MARY BRUCE Winchester, Va. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Canterbury Club (3, 4); Dor mitory Officer (3); Panhellenic Council (4); University Party; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). RICE, WILLIAM RUSSELL A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Band (1, Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3). 2, 3. 4); Daily Tar Heel (1) Gastonia N.R.O.T.C. (1); Chapel Hill Durham B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi; Monogram Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Tennis (1. 2, 3, 4). RICE, WILLIAM YATES, JR. B S. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Chi Sigma. RICKS, THOMAS DEVERE RINER, EDWARD NEAL Rocky Mount A B. IN JOURNALISM. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Delta Chi; Cardboard (1, 2, 3, 4); Carolina Handbook (3); Carolina Playmakers (3, 4); C.U.S.C. (3, 4); Daily Tar Heel (2, 3, 4); G.M.A.B. (3, 4), Board of Directors (2, 3, 4); Order of the Old Well (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (2, 3, 4); Press Club (1, 2, 3), President (4); Student Government (3, 4); University Party (1, 2); Wesl ey Foundation (1, 2); Publications Board (3, 4). RISIEN, ALICE LYNN Houston, Tex. RIVENBARK, JAMES BAXTER Wilmington B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Men ' s Glee Club; Debate Squad. RIVENBARK, JUSTINE SLOAN Wallace A.B. IN EDUCATION. Baptist Student Union (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). Winston-Salem ROBERSON, CALVIN LARRY B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. ROBERSON, REBECCA LOUISE Roberson A.B, IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi; Student N.E.A.; University Party; Y.W.C.A. ROBERTS, CLYDE GORDON Asheville B.S. IN PHYSICS. Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Baptist Student Union (1, 2, 3, 4); Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4). ROBERTS, GUY CLARKE Asheboro B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1, 2); Dormitory Officer. ROBERTS, MARK MASON Richlands A.B. IN HISTORY. ROBERTSON, LEWIS FORD, JR. Raleigh A.B. IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES. Cardboard (1); Cosmopolitan Club (1, 2, 3. 4); N.R.O.T.C, (1 , 2); Swimming (1, 2. 3, 4); Westminster Fellowship (1, 2). ROBERTSON, ROBERT GLENN Charlotte A B. IN FRENCH. Westminster Fellowship. ROOGERS, SANDRA JANE Jacksonville, Fla. A B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Delta Pi; Orientation Counselor (4); Student Legis- lature (3, 4); Student N.E.A. (3, 4); University Party (3, 4); W.A.A. (3); Y.W.C.A. (3). ROGERS, CHARLES J., JR. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Football (2). ROHLFS, ROBERT CHARLES B.S. IN PHYSICS. ROSEMOND, FRANK EVERETTE A.B. IN SPANISH. Durham Pittsfield, Mass. Hillsboro Page 244 CLASS OF ' 61 Charlotte ROSENBLATT, JAMES ASHLEY B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. ROSENZWEIG, JUDITH SARAH Chapel Hill A.B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Carolina Playmakers (2, 3, 4); Hillel Foundation (2, 3. 4); Student Party (3); WUNC-TV (3, 4). ROUSE, JAMES BRISTOL Raleigh A.B. IN ENGLISH. Zeta Psi; Gimghoul (2, 3, 4): Golf (1); I.F.C. (1, 2. 3); Order of the Old Well (3, 4), President; Student Government (2, 3): University Party (1, 2, 3). Goldsboro ROWE, COLON HARVEY, JR. Goldsborc A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Sigma Phi Epsilon; University Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A (1, 2). RUSH, LEWIS ODIS, JR. Asheboro A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa, President; Daily Tar Heel (1, 2); Order of the Grail (4); Orientation Counselor (3); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3), President (4). RUSSELL, ELIZABETH GILLAND A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Beta Phi; Canterbury Club (2, 3, 4); Carolina Women ' s Council (2); Orientation Counselor (4); Student Government (4); University Party (2, 3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (2, 3, 4); Chapel Hill Club (2, 3). Chapel Hil RUSSELL, HAROLD EDWARD Raleigh B S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Sigma Nu; University Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Yackcty Yack (1). SANFORD, LASH GAITHER, JR. Mocksville A.B. ENGLISH. Kappa Sigma; A.F.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4)-, Arnold Air Society (2, 3, 4); Scabbard and Blade (4); University Party (2, 3, 4); Westminster Fellowship (2); Y.M.C.A. (2, 3. 4). SASSER, JOSEPH EMSLEY, JR. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Reidsvllle Burgaw 4); Westminster Fel- Rocky Mount SAUNDERS, JAMES ALTON, JR. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. N.R.O.T.C. (1, lowship (1). SAVAGE, ELIZABETH LOUISE A.B. IN HISTORY. Delta Delta Delta. SAWYER, PATRICIA LYNN Weaverville A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi; Student Council (4); Student N.E.A. (3, 4); University Party (3, 4); W.A.A. (3, 4); Women ' s Residence Council (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). SAYERS, WILLIAM FLOYD, JR. Gastonia A.B. IN HISTORY. Ptii Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta; Dormi- tory Officer (2, 3, 4); I.D.C. (2, 3, 4); Men ' s Honor Council (3, 4); Order of the Grail (3, 4); University Party (1); Society of Janus (3, 4). SAYNER, WALLIE Pi Beta Phi; Orientation Counselor Ogden, Utah University Party; SCHAEFER, ORVILLE TYLER Toccoa, Ga. A.B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Delta Delta Delta; Univer. sity Party (3, 4); Westminster Fellowship (3, 4) Y.W.C.A. (3). SCHIMMELPFENNIG, LOUISE A.B. IN HISTORY. SCHNEIDER, ELIOT MICHAEL A.B. IN HISTORY. Tau Epsilon Phi; Hillel Foundation.. SCHWOEBEL, ANNE JEFFERSON A B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Delta Pi. SCOTT, ANN HARVEY SCOTT, GEORGE THOMAS B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. SCOTT, ROBERT RAY Burlington, Vt. Gastonia Cairo, Ga. Raleigh irty (3, 4); Asheville Pinetops Society (3, 4); Washingtonville, N. Y. ■ ; University Chorus (3, 4); SCOTT, SYLVIA JOAN A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Angel Flight (3, Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). Stony Point B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Pi Kappa Phi, President (4); Band (1, 2. 3); Dormitory Officer (1); I.D.C. (1); I.F.C. (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (2); Uni- versity Party (4); Westminster Fellowship (1); Y.D.C. (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). Washington, D. C. A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Chi Omega; Canterbury Club (4); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). SCOTT, WAYNE NELSON SCHRIVENER, DIANE ELIZABETH Page 245 SENIOR SEAGLE, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, III Hickory B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Sigma Nu, Alpha Phi Omega; Basketball (1); G.M.A.B. (1, 2, 3): Monogram Club |2. 3. 4): Student Government (1, ?.)■. Track (1. 2, 3, 4): University Party (1. 2, 3, 4); Vl esley Foundation (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.MX.A. (1, 2). SEWELL, DAVID EARL Roanoke Rapids B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Outing Club (3). SHAFFER, KAYE Greensboro A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi; University Party; Y.W.C.A. SHAW, CASWELL EURE, JR. Halifax A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Mens Glee Club (1); Wesley Foundation (1). SHEEHAN, KATHERINE RANEY Salisbury A.B. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Kappa Gamma; University Party; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). SHELTON, THOMAS McKENDREE, III Princeton, N. J. Charlotte SHEPPARD, lONE STEWART A.B, IN ENGLISH. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Orientation Committee (4): University Chorus (3, 4): University Party (3, 4); W.A.A. (3, 4); Women ' s Honor Council (4); Yackety Yack (41; Order of the Beanbirds (4). SHIELDS, ARTHUR GEORGE SHINN, JOHN BRADLEY SHUFORD, EDITH ANNE SHUFORD, WILLIAM TALMADGE, JR. A B. IN ENGLISH. Basketball (11. SHULER, JAMES ERNEST, JR. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi. SHUMATE, JAMES RONALD Maury Club (1); China Grove 3); Student Gastonia ; University Salisbury Salisbury Charlotte SIEGERT, PATRICIA ANN Pana, III. B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Alpha Delta Pi; University Party (3, 4); Women ' s Residence Council (41. SILLIMAN, ROBERT BURNETT Auburndale. Mass. A B IN POLITICAL SCIENCE Pi Kappa Phi, Pi Alpha Sigma; A F.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3. 4): Arnold Air Society (2, 3, 4); Cosmopolitan Club (1); Canterbury Club (1); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). SIMMS. VIRGINIA EGERTON Raleigh A.B IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega; Dance Committee (4); Student N.E.A. (3, 4); University Party (3. 4): Yackety Yack (31; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). SIMPKINS, RODNEY LANE, JR. Jacksonville A.B. IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES. Student Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.D.C. (1, 2, 3, 4). SIMPSON, HENRY MARSHALL Winston-Salem B S IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Phi Gamma Delta, Beta Sigma Epsilon; Base- ball 111; Gorgon ' s Head (3, 41; Orientation Counselor (4); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4). SINGLETARY, WILLIAM CURRIE, JR. Greensboro A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Pi Kappa Alpha; Football (1, 2); University Party (1. 2, 3, 41; Westminster Fellowship (1, 2, 3, 4); Wrestling (1, 2); Y.M.C.A.; Lacrosse (2, 3). SIRIANNI, FRANK JOSEPH Long Branch, N. J. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Newman Club (1, 2. 3); Track (I, 2, 3). SIRKIN, JOSH A. Miami Beach, Fla. A B. IN LAW. Pi Lambda Phi. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; Band (1, 2); I.F.C. (2, 3); Track (11; Y.R.C. (11- SLATE, DAN MELVIN Mt. Airy B S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Alpha Kappa Psi; Baptist Student Union (1, SLAUGHTER, KATHERINE EWING Richmond, Va. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Delta; Cosmopolitan Club (4); N.S.A. (41; Orientation Counselor I4v Student Government (41; W.A.A. (3, 4); Y.D.C. (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). SLUSSER, FRANK WILLARD, JR. Richmond, Va. A.B. IN JOURNALISM, Daily Tar Heel (3, 4); Football (1, 2, 3). Page 246 CLASS OF ' 61 SMALLEY, JAMES LEE, JR. Augusta, Ga. A.B, IN ECONOMICS. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Baptist Student Union {1, 2); Caro- lina Symposium (2); C.U.S.C. (4); Daily Tar Heel (2); I.F.C. (2); Men ' s Honor Council (2); N.S.A. (2); Order of the Old Well (4); Publications Board (3, 4), Student Government, Treasurer (4); Track (1); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Yackety Yack (3, 4). SMITH, DAVID IVERSON Burlington A.B. IN HISTORY. Carolina Playmakers (1, 2, 3, 4); G.M.A.B. (2, 3); Sound and Fury (2); Student Government (2, 3); Student Party (1); University Party (3); WUNC (1); Y.D.C. SMITH, DEANNE McNINCH Asheville B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Alpha Delta Pi; University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3). High Point SMITH, DEE ARMFIELD AB IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega; Cardboard (3, 4); Carolina Symposium (3); Dormitory Officer (3); Student N.E.A. (3, 4); Press Club (3); University Club (3, 4); University Party (3, 4); Westminster Fellowship (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). SMITH, DEWEY CLIFTON B.S. IN PHYSICS, Baptist Student Union (1, Clinton 2, 3, 4); N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, SMITH, DOUGLASS Birmingham, Ala. AB IN ENGLISH. Kappa Delta; Canterbury Club (3); Daily Tar Heel (3); Univer- sity Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). SMITH, FRANCIS GERALD Little Rock, S. C. B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Dormitory Officer (4)i N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4), SMITH, HUGH LEWIS Shelby A.B. IN EDUCATION. SMITH, JAMES ROY, JR. Asheboro B S, IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Goldsboro University Party; SMITH, JANE NORFLEET A B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Delta Delta; Orientation Counselor Y.W.C.A.; Order of the Beanbirds (4). SMITH, JOHN MICHAEL Atlantic B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Univers.ty Party (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1). SMITH, LARRY KEITH Hickory A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Iota Epsilon Omega; Daily Tar Heel (3); Press Club (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (3). Gatesville Alexandria, Va. SMI TH, LUTHER LESLIE B.S. IN GEOLOGY. SMITH, MARION DEERING A.B. IN COMPARATIVE LITERATURE. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Canterbury Club (4i; Carolina Handbook (3i; Carolina Symposium (3); G M.A.B. (4); Orientation Counselor (4): Splash Club (3): Student Council (4); Student Government (4); Women ' s Residence Council (4); Yackety Yack (3), Managing Editor (4); Y W.C.A. (3, 4); Student Athletic Council (4). SMITH, MOYER GRAY Lexington A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Kappa Alpha; Football (1, 2, 3, 4); Monogram Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Student N.E.A. (4); Track (1); University Party (2, 3, 4); Wrestling (2); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4); Class Officer, President (4); Student Athletic Council (3). SMITH, NELDA JANE Tabor City A.B IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES Student Government (3, 4); Student Party (3); Y.D.C. (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Di-Phi Society (4); N.S.A. (4). SMITH, ROBERT BRUCE, JR. Lexington B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Chi; Football (1. 2, 3, 4); German Club; Lacrosse (2, 3). SMITH, SAMUEL BOSWORTH Chattanooga, Tenn. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Delta Theta; Canterbury Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Soccer (1); Sound and Fury (3); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4). SMITH, SAMUEL CLARK Wilmington, Del. BS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Baseball (1); N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); University Party (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1), SMITH, THOMAS EUGENE Spartanburg, S. C. A B. IN JOURNALISM. Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma Delta Chi; Carolina Symposium (3); Orientation Counselor (3); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4): N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3). SNIDER. CORNELIA OLIVIA Denton AB, IN GERMANIC LANGUAGES, Delta Phi Alpha; Cosmopolitan Club; YWCA, SNYDER, JOHN FRANK Ridgewood, N. J. BS, IN GEOLOGY. SNYDER, JOHN HAYDE Greensboro A B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Delta Upsilon; Carolina Handbook (3i; Debate Coun- cil (1. 2, 3, 41; Student Party (2, 4); Westminster Fellowship (1, 3|; Y.M.C.A. (3, 4). SOMERS. ALBERT BINGHAM Wilkesboro Page 247 SENIOR SORY, JOANN VIRGINIA Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi; G.M.A.B. (4); Order of the Old Beanbirds (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (4); University Party (3, 4); W.A.A, (3, 4); Westminster Fellowship (3, 4). SOWDER, JUDITH LYNN North Wilkesboro A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Delta; Carolina Quarterly (3, 4); Cosmopolitan Club (4); Daily Tar Heel (3); Y.W C.A, (3), Vice-President (4). SOWERS, SIDNEY GEORGE Salisbury SPENCER, WILLIAM LEWIS, JR. Gastonia A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Wesley Foundation (1. 2. 3. 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). STABELL, RICHARD NORMAN Daytona Beach, Fla. A.B. IN HISTORY Alpha Tau Omega; University Party. STAFFORD, SUZANNE Washington, D. C. A B IN SPANISH Kappa Delta; Newman Club (3); Orientation Counselor (4); University Party (31 Charlotte STAINBACK, SARAH JANE A.B. IN EDUCATION, Baptist Student Union (3, 4); Student N.E.A. (3, 4); Univer. Sity Chorus (41; Y.W. C.A, (3. 4). STALLINGS, PATRICIA ANNETTE Selma Kinston STANLEY, BOBBY R. B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Sigma Nu; Orientation Counselor (4); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4). STARR, LOUIS EDWIN, JR. Chattanooga, Tenn. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Dormitory Officer (1); I.F.C. (2); N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3. 4); Orientation Counselor (4); University Party. STEAGALL, THOMAS LEE A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Alpha; Orientation Counselor STEM, JASPER GRAHAM B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi. Oxford Track; University Party. Oxford STEPHENS, JOHN THOMAS, JR. Charlotte A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Daily Tar Heel (3): Westminster Fellowship (3, 4). STEPHENSON, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, JR. Charlotte STEPP, WILLIAM EDWARD Marion A.B. IN INTERNA TIONAL STUDIES. Sigma Phi Epsilon, President (2, 3): Debate Council (2); I.F.C. (2, 3); N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2. 3. 4); Orientation Counselor (3); Student Government (2, 3, 4); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4). STEWART, FRANKIE LEE Elkin STEWART, JAMES SAMUEL Gastonia B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. STOKES, JEROME WALTER Rome, Ga. A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Chi Phi; Carolina Symposium (3); Daily Tar Heel (3): G.M.A.B. (1, 2, 3): Men ' s Honor Council (3); Order of the Old Well; Orienta- tion Counselor (3. 41; Publications Board (41; Sound and Fury (2); Student Gov- ernment (4); rackety Yack (1, 2, 3). Editor (4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); Order of the Beanbirds (4). STOKES, ROBERT S. Manasquan, N. J. Daily Tar Heel (3): Press STRIDEIZ, VIRGIL DAWSON Greensboro B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMNISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi; A.F.R.O.T.C. (1, 2). STROUD, L PHILLIP, JR. Maysville A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Phi Kappa Sigma; N.R.O.T.C. (1. 2, 3, 4); Newman Club (1, 21; Orientation Counselor (3, 4); Track (1, 2); University Club (1); Semper Fidehs Society (3, 4). Charlotte Great Falls, S. C. STYPMAN, NOEL LEO B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. SUBER, JACQUELYN KELLER A.B. IN EDUCATION. Dot N.E.A. (3, 41; W A A. (3. Council (41; Y.W.C A. (3, 41. SUGG, ELLEN FRANCES West Point, Miss. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Omega; Canterbury Club (3); Orientation Counselor (4); University Party (3, 4); Editor of Panhellenic Manual (3). Page 248 CLASS OF ' 61 SULLIVAN, SHARON LEE Chapel Hill A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Canterbury Club (2, 3, 4); G.M.A.B. (2); Orientation Counselor (4); Student Government (2. 3, 4); University Party (2. 3, 41: Yackety Yack i2, 3); Y.W.CA. (2, 3), President (4); Class Officer, Sec- retary (2). SUMIVIEY, JAMES DONALD B,S, IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS, Pi Lamllda Phi. SWANSON, LENNIE LEE A,B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Wrestling; Y.MCA. Gastonia Henderson SYLVIA, BRUCE GILMORE Richmond, Va. A.B. IN MATHEMATICS, Phi Kappa Sigma; Monogram Club 12, 3, 4); Tennis (1, 2, 3, 4). TAFF, EDWIN JAY West Palm Beach, Fla. A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Delta Upsilon, President; l.F.C. (3, 4); N.RO.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Student Government (3, 4): Y,M,C,A, (2, 3). TALBERT, JOHN BERRY, JR. New Bern B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Delta Sigma Pi. TARLETON, HAROLD LEWIS Monroe A,B. IN ZOOLOGY. TAYLOR, EMORY WINDFIELD Henderson A.B, IN EDUCATION, N ROT.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). TAYLOR, JAMES HARVEY Hookerton A.B. IN HISTORY. Alpha Epsilon Delta. TEACHEY, MARTHA LYNNE Winston-Salem A,B, IN MUSIC, Baptist Student Union; University Chorus (3, 41; Y,W,C,A, (3, 4), TEAL, RALPH RUDOLPH B,S, IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Delta Sigma Pi. TEW, JAMES HOWARD A B, IN HISTORY, THARPE, ROSALINE A B IN SOCIOLOGY. W.A.A. (3, 4). THOMAS, ALLEN B. B S, IN PHYSICS, THOMAS, JOHNSIE ELIZABETH THOMAS, PATRICIA WADE McFarlan Durham Chapel Hill Greensboro Charlotte THOMAS, VINCENT BERNARD A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE, Phi Kappa Sigma; Ne« THOMPSON, JAMES WILLIAM B,S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Kappa Sigma; IF.C. (2); Men ' s Honor Coun- cil (3); Orientation Counselor i3. 4); Student Council (3); University Party (1, 2, 3. 4); Wesley Foundation (1); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). Olivia Fellowship (3, 4); Wilson an Club (1, 2, 3, 4). Dunn THOMPSON, MARY EMMA Lincolnton A,B, IN EDUCATION, Alpha Delta Pi; Orientation Counselor; Student Government; University Party, TIESLAU, CAROL A. Chevy Chase, Md. A,B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Delta Delta; Angel Flight (1, 2): Canterbury Club (1, 2); Cheerleader (2. 3, 4); Cosmopolitan Club {41; Order of the Old Well (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (3); Sound and Fury (2); Splash Club (1); Student Legis- lature 4); University Club (2); University Party; Y.W.CA. (3). TILLMAN, WILLIAM WARREN, JR. Sanford B S, IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, TODD, LAURENCE HOUSTON, JR. High Point B S, IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Band (I, 2). TOLER, JOHN RODNEY Hillsboro A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Kappa Sigma; University Party (1); Wrestling (I); YM.CA, TROTTER, EARL C. Asheboro A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Page 249 SENIOR TULL, JANE CAROLINE Gastonia A.B. IN HISTORY. Kappa Kappa Gamma; University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (4). Lumberton nselor (4); Student TURLINGTON, MARY ELEANOR A B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Gamma Delta; Orientation Co N.E.A. (3, 4): University Party (3, 4). TURNBULL, DAVID DREW Hamden, Conn. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Psi; Orientation Counselor (2); Student Government (2); Student Legislature (2); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Wrestling (1); Y.M.C.A. (2). TURNER, JACQUELINE Raleigh B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Carolina Women ' s Council (1, 2); Orientation Counselor (2); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). TURNER, JAMES ALEXANDER, JR. St. Stephen, S. C. B.S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Sigma Phi Epsilon; Cardboard (3. 4); I.D.C. 13, 4): Student Legislature (3, 4); University Party (3, 4); Wrestling {!); Y.M.C.A. (1); Dormitory Ofticer, President (4). TURNER, WILFRED Southport B.S. IN MATHEMATICS, Monogram Club (3); Track (1, 2, 3). UPCHURCH, DOUGLAS BERNARD Wilmington A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. VAUGHAN, NANCY WORTHINGTON Wilmington A.B. IN ECONOMICS Zeta Tau Alpha; Stray Greek (3, 4); Canterbury Club (3, 4). VERRONE, IRVIN RICHARD New Bern A B. IN ENGLISH. Canterbury Club (1. 2. 3. 4); Cosmopolitan Club (4); Orientation Counselor (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (4); N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (4). VICK, GEORGE DAVIS, III Fayetteville A B. IN HISTORY. Pi Kappa Alpha; Carolina Symposium (3); Orientation Counselor (2); Student N.E A. (2, 3): University Party (1, 2, 3, 4). von SCHILLING, R. VIRGINIA Hampton, Va. A B IN ENGLISH. Canterbury Club (3, 4); Carolina Handbook (3); Daily Tar Heel (3 4); G M A.B (4): Orientation Counselor (4): Student Party (3, 4); Yackety Yack (4l: Y.W.C.A. (3. 4), WADSWORTH, JAMES EDGAR A.B, IN PSYCHOLOGY. N ROT.C. (1, 2, 3). Chapel Hil WAGNON, BRENDA M. Raleigh A B IN EDUCATION. Baptist Student Union (1, 2); Debate Council (2); Press Club (1, 2). WALKER, BEVERLY NELL Charlotte A.B. IN MUSIC. University Chorus (3, 4); Wesley Foundation (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (4). WALKER, CAROLYN GRAHAM Lookout Mountain, Tenn. A B IN EDUCATION. Delta Delta Delta; Order of the Old Well (3, 41: Orientation Committee (4); Valkyries i3, 4); Women ' s Honor Council (3), Chairman (4); Women ' s Residence Council (3). WALKER, FRANK HARRISON Leaksviile BS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Cosmopolitan Club (4); I D,C, (3); N,R,0,T,C. (1); Wrestling (1, 3. 41: Y D,C, (3. 41. WALKER, GRAYSON HOWARD Hayesville BS, IN PHYSICS, Baptist Student Union (1. 2); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2). WALKER, W. KENT Arlington, Va. AB IN HISTORY. Sigma Chi; Canterbury Club (1, 2, 3, 4): Football (1); Golf (4); I F C (3 41: N.R.O.T.C. (1); Orientation Counselor (3): Student Government (2, 3, 4): University Party (1, 2, 3, 4): Y.M.CA, (1, 2, 3, 4). WALL, LINDA ASHLEY Raleigh A B IN EDUCATION, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Canterbury Club (3); University Party (3. 41; Y,W,C,A, (31, WALLDORF, RUDY HERMAN Chattanooga, Tenn. BS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Delta Theta; Gimghoul (3, 41: G.M.A.B. (3): Orientation Counselor (2, 3); Soccer (1); Sound and Fury (1. 21. WALLER, HARRY FRANKLIN Charlotte AB IN POLITICAL SCIENCE, Kappa Sigma; Westminster Fellowship (1, 2); YMCA. (1, 2): University Party (1, 2, 31, Lexington WALSER, JOHN THURMAN, JR. BS, IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. WALTON, HARRIETT M. Scarborough, N. Y. AB IN PSYCHOLOGY. Kappa Delta; Angel Flight (3), Commander (4); Cosmo- politan Club (4): Y,W,C,A. (3, 4). WARFFORD, DICK REE Southmont B S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi; Baptist Student Union (3, 4); Y.D.C.; Y.M.C.A. (3). Page 250 CLASS OF ' 61 WARREN, ALEXANDER MACRAE Snow Hill A.B. IN RADIO. TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. WUNC (4). WARREN, HUBERT HOLMAN, JR. Dunn B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Dormitory Officer; Student Party; Y.M.CA ; Outing Club. WARREN, ROBERT WADE A.B. IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES. WATERS, LOUISE CHRISTINA A B. IN EDUCATION. Canterbury Club; Student N.E.A. WAY, SARAH ANNE WEAVER, HAROLD CARTER A.B, IN PSYCHOLOGY. N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3); Yackety Yack (2, 3, 4). WEAVER, JAMES EDWARD, JR. WEBB, SALLY ANN A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Wake Forest Charlotte Charlotte Orientatior Chapel Hill Dunn WEBBER, DAVID NORMAN B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Delta Sigma PI; Y.M.CA. (3. 4 Leesburg. Fla. Hickory WEINER, RICHARD DAVID Washington, D. C. A.B. IN ENGLISH, Tau Epsilon Phi; Daily Tar Heel (3. 4); Hillel Foundation (1. 2, 3); University Club (4i; University Party (3, 4). WEIR, DEWEY FREDERICK, JR. B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. WELCH, WILLIAM EDWARD Bridgeport, W. Va. A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Football (1, 2, 3, 4); Monogram Club (4). Hampstead WELK, RUTH ANN Pensacola, Fla A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Canterbury Club (3, 4); WUNC (4); Y.R C, (4); Y,W,C,A, i3) WELLS, CHARLES RAY B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. WELLS, ROBERT LUTHER A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student N.E.A. WELLS. ROBERT O ' NEIL A B IN EDUCATION. Charleston, S. C. Louisburg Verona WHEELER, HOWARD MORTON West Palm Beach, Fla. A,B, IN ENGLISH, Carolina Ouarterly (3. 4i: Daily Tar Heel (2), WHITAKER, RICHARD HARPER, JR. Kernersville WHITE, BEHY SUE Concord A B, IN SOCIOLOGY. Baptist Student Union (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (i)- YD C, (3, 4): Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). WHITE, JERRY DONALD Pittsboro B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. WHITE, MARSHALL F. Roxboro WHITE, MARY THOM Richmond, Va. WHITEHURST. BETTIE ANN Rocky Mount AB IN EDUCATION Chi Omega; Canterbury Club; Orientation Committee University Party; Y.W.C.A, WHITLEY, KENNETH McDONALD B S, IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Alpha Kappa Psi. Page 251 Charlotte SENIOR WHITLEY, RUTH GRANTHAM Murfreesboro A.B. IN EDUCATION. Delta Delta Delta; Carolina Symposium (3); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3). WICKER, BEVERLY RUTH Raleigh A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Delta Pi; Stutlent N.E.A. (3, 4); University Party (3, 4); W.A.A. (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). WIDEMAN, MARY LOUISE Columbia, S. C. A.B. IN ENGLISH IN WRITING. Chi Omega; Canterbury Club (3. 4); Carolina Playmakers (3, 4). WIDOFF, MICHAEL GEORGE Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Baseball (1); Cosmopolitan Club (3, 4): Ne»»man Club (1, 21; University Party (3). WIEBE, SALLY ANN Durham A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student Party (4); Wesley Foundation (3. 4); Y.D.C. (4). WIGGINS, FAY EVANGELINE Dudley A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Women ' s Residence Council (3); Y.R.C. (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). WILHOIT, GROVER CLEVELAND, JR. Albem arle A.B. IN RADIO. TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Monogram Club; Wrestling. WILKERSON, EDWIN CISCO, JR. Greenville A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Phi Gamma Delta; Orientation Counselor (2); Track (1, 4): University Party {1, 2. 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1). WILKINSON, CHESTER HOUSTON Wake Forest A B. IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. Canterbury Club (1, 2); N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4). Orientation Counselor (4); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); Yackety Yack (4). WILKINSON, ROBERT NEWTON Greensboro A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1, 2. 3. 4): Carolina Symposium (3); Sound and Fury (3); WUNC (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. (1); U.N.C. Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4); Band (1, 2, 3, 4). WILLIAMS, LOUISE BOOTH Monroe, Ga. A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Alpha Delta Pi; Angel Flight (3, 4); Panhellenic Council (4); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). WILLIAMS, MACK RAY, JR. Burlington A B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Carolina Playmakers (4); WUNC-TV (3, 4). WILLIAMS, PETER MYRICK Muliins, S. C. A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Band (1); Dormitory Officer |2, 3); IDC. (2, 3); Men ' s Glee Club (1); Wesley Foundation (2. 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (2); Student Government (3). WILLIAMSON, ROBERT EARL Cerro Gordo A.B. IN MUSIC. Carolina Playmakers (4V, Men ' s Glee Club (3. 4); University Chorus (3, 4). WILLSON, JOSEPH CARTER Raleigh B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1): Dormitory Officer (2); Y.D.C. (2). WILSON, JAMES PARRISH, JR. Sanford B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Nu; Football (1); University Party (1, 2. 3. 41. WILSON, JAMES PRESTON, JR. Wilmington A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Nev»man Club (1, 2. 3. 4); Y.M.C.A. (1). WILSON, PATSY MAE Elm City A.B. IN ECONOMICS. WINDLEY, DAVID WALTER Beaufort A.B. IN ENGLISH. Carolina Quarterly (3). WINECOFF, GEORGE CALDWELL, III Gastonia B S, IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. W esley Foundation (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). WINGFIELD, THOMAS WHETSELL A B IN ENGLISH Phi Delta Theta, Alpha Epsilon Delta. Columbia, S. C. WOMACK, SARAH RICHARDSON Chapel Hill A B IN COMPARATIVE LITERATURE. Kappa Kappa Gamma, President (4); Carolina Symposium (31, Chairman (41; Panhellenic Council (41; University Party (2. 3, 4); Valkyries (41; Y W.C.A. (21. Cabinet (31. WOOD, EUNICE Malvern, Pa. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Stray Greek (3. 4); Dormitory Officer (4). WOODALL, SUSAN KAY Hamlin, W.Va. A B IN EDUCATION Kappa Delta; Angel Flight (4); Band (3); Cosmopolitan Club (41- Splash Club 141; Student N.E.A. (3); University Chorus (3, 4); University Party (3, 41; WUNC (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). Page 252 CLASS OF ' 61 WOODHOUSE, WILLIAM WALTON, III A.B. IN SPANISH. Phi Eta Sigma. WOODLEY, SAMUEL SPRUILL, JR. Raleigh Columbia A.B. IN LAW. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Arnold Air Society (1, 2, 3. 4); Dormitory Officer (3); I.D.C. (3). WOODY, JAMES JENNINGS Roxboro B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Y.D.C. (3, 4). WOOTEN, STERLING DILLON, JR. Goldsboro B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Sigma; Dance Committee (1, 2, 3); I.F.C. (3, 4); N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Order of Minataurs (2, 3, 4); Orientation Counselor (2); University Party. Selma 4); Dormitory Officer (2, 3); WORLEY, DONALD LEE WRIGHT, ANNE ANDREWS Petersburg, Va. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Clii Omega; Panhellenic Council (4); Student N.E.A. (3); University Party (3, 4): Yackety Yack (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). WRIGHT, JANE IREDELL Wrightsville Beach B.S. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega; University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). WRIGHT, SUSAN ELIZABETH Knoxville, Tenn. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Omega; Canterbury Club (3, 4); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (4). YARDLEY, JONATHAN Chatham, Va. A.B. IN ENGLISH. St. Anthony; Carolina Symposium (2, 3); C.U.S.C. (4); Daily Tar Heel (1, 2, 3), Editor (4); G.M.A.B. (1); Order of the Old Well (3, 4): Publica- tions Board (3, 4); Sound and Fury, Author (1); German Club (2), President (3). YATES, MICHAEL HOY YEAGER, BETTY DURHAM Durham North Attleboro, Mass. ersity Party YODER, PHILLIP DANIEL B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Nu; Arnold Air Newton Society (1, 2). YOH, SALLY P. Haddonfield, N. J. B.S. IN SOCIOLOGY. Kappa Delta; Carolina Symposium (3); Carolina Women ' s Council (3); W.A.A. (3); Westminster Felioviship (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). YOUNG, DAVIS B. Lawrenceville, N. J, A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Chi Phi; Amphoterothen (3, 4); Carolina Symposium (1, 2); C.U.S.C. (2, 3); Daily Tar Heel (1, 2. 4), Editor (3); G.M.A.B. (2, 3); NS.A. (2. 3); Order of the Grail (3. 4); Order of the Old Well (3, 4); Order of the Bean- birds (3, 4); Orientation Committee (4|; Orientation Counselor (2); Publications Board (2, 3. 4); Student Government (1, 2, 3, 4); Student Legislature (1, 2, 3); Student Party (1, 2, 3); University Party (4); Y.D.C. (4); Y.M.CA. (1, 2, 3, 4); Class President (2); President ' s Cabinet (2, 3, 4); Chancellor ' s Cabinet (3). YOUNG, WILLIAM LEWIS, III B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Chi Sigma; I.F.C. Legislature (3); University Party (3, 4); Westminster Fellowship (1, (4); A.R.O.T.C. (1, 2). Chapel Hill ZASLAV, BARRY ARTHUR Cedarhurst, N. Y. A.B. IN ENGLISH. Tau Epsilon Phi; Daily Tar Heel (3); I.F.C. (3): Student Legis- lature (3); Student Party (2, 3); Y.M.CA. (1, 2, 3, 4). Page 253 Mf ' A ' ■ Dr i IBil m i 4 B -iJB HhI " r I » 1 - ' h :-, %y! ' ■ ' .yVJI , ' •■•;f - ' . ; . - ; - r . -M - Dr. Richard Levin, Advisor; John Buie, Pete Thompson, Chairman; Tim Burnett, Jim Thompson, Ed Cox. AUDIT BOARD The primary function of the Audit Board is to supervise the Student Activities Fund Office. The group also serves as a financial control and in an advisory role to Student Government. Five students and two faculty advisers constitute the mem- bership of the Board. Members are appointed annually and meet throughout the school year, striving to provide continued and improved professional accounting services to student govern- ment and campus organizations through the Student Activities Fund Office. This office currently is responsible for sixty-five accounts, representing nearly two million dollars in annual transactions. STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND OFFICE The Student Activities Fund Office audits books for fraterni- ties, sororities, campus organizations, and others. This office has approximately seventy accounts. It works closely with Audit Board and the treasurer of each organization in keeping a record of accounts and counter-signing all checks. Mrs. Carole Hentz, Mrs, Frances Sparrow. Miss Ethyl Hogan. i. -i .on.e- GROUP HEADQUARTERS STAFF — Kneeling: W. M, Grover, H. A. Vann, R. C. Bowman, W. M. Holli- field, and G. R. Moore. Standing: R. R. Scott, A. L. Dozier, F. L. Adams, R. B. Silliman, and L. G. Sanford. DONALD W. McFADYEN Cadet Commander SQUADRON STAFF HEADQUARTERS — Left to Right: J. E. Davies, W. J. Ott, W. J. Ritchie, R. D. Collins. H. R. Usher, and M. W. Bell. SQUADRON STAFF HEADQUARTERS — Left to Right: J. L. LeCompte, G. A. Autrey, H. L. Hutchinson, J. L. Young, F. Harris, and P. B. Nash. pi Pi ' I .-i -X . - ' i ..--; " ■ -■:?. icr:;.-- SAMUEL S. WOODLEY Cadet Executive Officer Page 258 ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY Front Row: Arthur L. Dozier, Donald W. McFadyen, Robert R. Scott, Harold C. Byrd, James C. Burrus, Robert Kent Phillips, Howdid A. Vdii,i. Second Row: Robert P. Aldridge, Commander; W. Mason Hollifield, Fred B. Harris, Sam S. Woodley, Jr., Robert B. Silliman, John Hood Summey, David A. Parl er. The Arnold Air Society is a national honorary-professional- military fraternity of Air Force cadets. Each year, Arnold Air promotes an extensive program during which the most out- standing cadets from the sophomore, junior, and senior classes are selected. The Arnold Air Society provides for its members programs on various aspects of Air Force life. Because mem- bers seek to improve their knowledge of the Air Force, and their potential as future officers, the AAS seeks to further stimulate its members ' interest in Air Force affairs. Arnold Air Society also fulfills a vital role in the AFROTC in that it furthers the participation of cadets in the processes of leadership. For many of its meetings, the Society invites noted personalities to speak on topics of a military nature, following the speech with a social hour. The Arnold Air Society also sponsors the Angel Flight, a group of coeds who serve as hostesses for cadet social affairs. ANGEL FLIGHT The Angel Flight is the auxiliary to and is sponsored by the Arnold Air Society. The purposes of the flight are to strengthen and promote interest in the Air Force, to gain information concerning the military services, and to aid the progress of the Arnold Air Society and the cadet corps. Most of the activities of Angel Flight are carried on at the local level. The sponsors aid cadets in planning and preparing for social events, such as the annual Christmas dance, the Military Ball, and coffee hours. On the National level, the main activity is a National Conclave which is held annually at the national head- quarters. Delegates from schools all over the nation gather to share ideas and discuss important issues of our national organization. Seated: Nan Johnson, Nancy Tiedeman, Hi Walton, Gennie Phillips, Vista Thompson. Back ROW: Connie Burroughs, Jan McColsky, Linda Hurt, Ann Cummings, Ann Lee, Nazlee French, Louise Williams, Sylvia Scott, Minnie Barnes, Jeane Huntley, Rita McClain. f| !iflO ' «» Squadron 1 DAVID A. PARKER Commander, Squadron 1 GROUP I GROUP II ROBERT P. ALDRIDGE Commander, Squadron 2 ■ -jti y t ? «i tP m rJmJ Squadron 2 Page 260 BAND SQUADRON ROBERT WILKINSON Band Squadron Commander % i at GORDON BASNIGHT Drill Squadron Commander Color Guard: J. E. Neal, R. L Corbett, Jr., D. L. Riddle, R. A. Pinson. DRILL SQUADRON Page 261 DORM Page 262 LIFE Page 263 IDC COURT — Seated: Jim Gaulden, Dave Setzer. Standing: Btuce Welch, Charles Burgin, John Mitchener, Wayne Babb, George Critz. MEN ' S INTER SWAG GRIMSLEY President The IDC is the governing body of the twenty men ' s dormi- tories at UNC. Composed of representatives of each dorm, the IDC meets twice monthly to discuss dorm problems and plan programs which will enrich the life of men living in dormitories. The IDC is an open forum for the discussion of interesting issues on campus. Any topic which directly or indirectly con- cerns dorm residents receives IDC attention and action. A social program for the benefit of all residents is a major project of the IDC. In addition to all-campus functions, the IDC helps individual dorms plan dances and parties. The IDC Court handles all infractions of dorm rules. It is composed of a Chairman and six members elected from the IDC members. Page 264 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL — First Row: Mike Childs. Swag Grimsley, Pat Morgan. Second Row: Dave Setzer, Jim Gaulden, Reg Brooker, Charles Burgin, Bill Williams, Bruce Raynor, De Leon Fields, John Mitchener, John Buie. DORMITORY COUNCIL MEN ' S INTERDORMITORY COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES Page 265 Volleyball intramurals provide much excitement. WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SPLASH CLUB WAfl REPRESENTATIVES — First Row: Kenney, Smith, Hunter. President; Bolton, Brevick. Second Row: Greenfield, Wicker, Pollakavetz, Sheehan, Deal, Pickrell, Latane. Third Row: Davis, Roberson, Huntley, Ramsey, Moore, Kiker. Ringwalt, Pasler, Fourth Row: Crawford, Remmers, Blake, Williams, Morris, Ballou, Moose, Leary. The Women ' s Athletic Association offers a wide variety of activities to all women students at UNC. The purpose of WAA is to promote interest in, and to provide opportunities for, participation in various recreational activities, and to promote interest in women ' s athletics. During each season of the year, intramurals provide com- petition in individual and team sports. Besides intramurals the WAA cooperates with the men in planning co-recreational intra- murals such as Co-Rec volleyball and swimming, and the annual Co-Rec Carnival. Other activities include play days, competition with other schools, and the annual Spring Picnic. All women students are members of the WAA. Page 266 Sa uftmcK SWIMMING Carolina ' s swimming team opened the 1960-61 season with promise for the most outstanding season in many years. This is taking quite a lot for granted as the Tarheels have won 38 of their last 42 matches and have won the ACC crown in two of the past three seasons. The tankmen have swept through the ACC matches they have had so far while losing only to powerful Navy in a meet at Annapolis which saw star Harry Bloom set an Annapolis record for the Middle pool. Bloom, along with seniors Vince Simonton and Harv Hamrick, form the nucleus of the team. Last year ' s freshman team was one of the finest in the history of the school and should certainly produce some fine swimmers before the season comes to a close. Bloom should prove to be one of the nation ' s best, perhaps great enough for All-America honors. This year ' s team is indeed a credit to the fine coaching of Pat Earey who has continually produced fine swimmers. With the fine group of sophomores, Carolina should continue to rank among the nation ' s finest. COACH PAT EAREY Front Row: Jon Weber, Harry Schiffman, Bill Bohren, Co-Captains Vince Simonton and Harvey Hamrick, Jim Huffman, Fernando Belmont, and Arthur Merrill. Second Row: Willie Bloom, Jim Bromwell, Tom Cannon, Bob Briggs, Tim Cornwall, John Kirkman. Tom Stack, Joe Bell, and Ben Crutchfield. Third Row: Tim Cole, Bill Wells, Frank Lea, Howard Cone, Charles Hurd, Ken Boyle. Bob Bilbro, Bryan Williams, Tom Tygart, and Harry Bloom. Page 268 FZRNANDO BELMONT AND fRmA LEA VINCc SIMONTON AND HARVEY HAMRICK Co-Captains JIM BROMWELL, BILL buHKbN, AND TIM CORNWALL Page 269 Tar Heels off to a good start. BILL WELLS, JOHN KIRKMAN, AND HOWARD CONE Page 270 ' ' jUtC ftt ' " Magic Island " cast in moment of suspense. Scene from " infierit the Wind. " The Playmaker ' s specialty is heavy drama. One of the finest examples of this was Tennessee Williams ' " Summer and Smoke. " The DeBeque children from " South Pacific. " Page 272 Bali Ha ' i from " South Pacific ' CAROLINA PLAYMAKERS Cast assemblage of Dylan Thomas ' " Under Milkwood. ' The Carolina Playmakers serve a dual purpose as a laboratory organization for the Department of Dramatic Art and a community theatre. Participation is not limited to students in the department. The Carolina Playmakers use actors and technicians from all departments of the University as well as people in the community. The 1960-61 season included Rogers ' and Hammer- stein ' s " South Pacific, " Dylan Thomas ' " Under Milk- wood, " Friedrich Duerrenmatt ' s " The Visit, " a new Danish play by Niels Locher, " Day of Glory " and a melo- drama, Alfriend ' s and Wheeler ' s " The Great Diamond Robbery. " Three bills of one-acts, written, directed and staged by students, round out the busy program of activities for the Playmakers on campus, along with the productions of an experimental theatre group, the Student Theatre Workshop. Poge 273 CAROLINA HANDBOOK There were only three weeks left on the school calendar when the Publications Board chose the editor of the 1960-61 Carolina Handbook. In those three weeks, a staff was assembled and the Handbook revamped completely in format and cover- age. The Carolina Handbook has been UNC ' s official Orientation guide for all new male students since 1891. First published by the YMCA in an edition of 16 pages, the Handbook became a member of the University Publications Board in 1959 and func- tioned this year for the first time as a Student Government publication. After a half century of publication, the Handbook has expanded to 152 pages under a budget of $3,386.86. It is sent in August to all incoming male students. RICK OVERSTREET Business Manager CAROLINA HANDBOOK STAFF — First Row: Ginny von Schilling, Susan Lewis. Second Row: Ed Riner, Charles Cooper, Al Claytor. C. J. Underwood, Rick Overstreet, Henry Mayer. Third Row: Joe Bell, Frank Smith, Laurie Holder, John Clinard, Bob Powell. Page 274 UNC MEN ' S GLEE CLUB UNC MEN ' S GLEE CLUB The UNC Men ' s Glee Club is composed of approximately seventy-five Carolina gentlemen who offer their singing talents for the entertainment of fellow classmates and various groups and institutions throughout the state and along the entire eastern seaboard. Dressed in tuxedos or their traditional blazers, they may be heard singing the serious works of Handel or other songs ranging from the traditional school songs to light calypso numbers from Trinidad. The Club presents special music for local churches, performs for University functions, and conducts a Fall and Spring tour. The Glee Club is the only touring choral group at the University. MEN ' S GLEE CLUB OFFICERS — John Canupp, President; Ken Beane, Bill Dalton, A! Miller, Sydney Muggins, Tom Fitzgerald, Jim Short. Page 275 CAROLINA FORUM The Carolina Forum since 1935 lias brouglit to the campus speakers of national and international interest. Since the Forum ' s purpose is to keep the students of the University in first-hand touch with the events of the day, world personalities intimately involved with these events have been and are being invited to present their views to the campus. This fall the Forum featured a discussion on the taut Arab- Israel relations and an eye-witness report on the unrest in a divided South Africa. Programs during the spring were in the fields of American economy, modern literature and the modern state. Al Lowenstein, Forum speaker on South Africa. Stuart Bohannon and Bill Bevis. PUBLICATIONS BOARD The Publications Board is charged with the financial super- vision of Student Government publications. Working with a budget of over $100,000, it awards contracts, salaries, and supervises the business of the Yackety Yack, Daily Tar Heel, Carolina Quarterly and the Carolina Handbook. Its membership consists of the faculty advisors, two student legislators, one finance committee member, two presidential appointees, and the editors-in-chief and business managers of each publication. The board devotes many hours toward insur- ing the University of North Carolina the finest in student publications. RICK OVERSTREET Chairman PUBLICATIONS BOARD — Seated: Dr. Mouzon, Patricia Litchfield, Mrs. Sparrow, Susan Lewis, Mr. Byerly. Standing: Chips Wocdrum, Jim Smalley, Tim Burnett, Rick Overstreet, Richard Rickert, Richard Windham, Jonathan Yardley, Richard Weiner, Ed Riner, Davis Young. Page 277 FRANCIS CRAIGHILL, President DILLON WOOTEN Vice-President Joni James sings from her heart at Fall Germans. GERMAN CLUB The highlight of the social season at UNC is the thrice-yearly presented German Club concerts. At this time, young ladies are imported from all over the South for a week-end of ga la parties. Fall Germans featured Miss Joni James, the Hi-Lo ' s and the Billy May Band, who were all outstanding. Such high quality entertainment and attendance records have helped make this year most successful. The music of Billy May ' s band backed up the feature entertainment in November. The Hi Lo ' s. whose take-offs on other singing groups were spectacu- lar at Fall Germans. Nina Simone, brilliant new jazz singer and pianist. ADAMS GLASCOCK FEARING KENRICK DI-PHI SENATE The Dialectic and Philanthropic Literary Society, founded at the University in 17S5, is the oldest active debating society in the United States. Each week the Society meets in its beautiful and hallowed halls to debate informally topics of current interest to the speaking abilities through the spirited interchange of ideas in a tradition as old as the University itself. In earlier years the Society was the student government organization. Its influence on the intellectual life of the University continues. Many men and women have gone on from the halls of the Di-Phi to assume positions of responsibility and influence. The rolls of membership include a President of the United States, a Vice-President, Governors of North Carolina, U. S. Senators, Congressmen, and Cabinet Members. Thomas Wolfe, Dr. Frank Graham and Governor Luther Hodges are only a few of the many well-known alumni members of the Society. First Row: Paul Gillette, Arthur Hayes, Alvin Daughtridge, Glen Jotinson, Mary Jeanne Reid, Ed McCormIck, Richard Barton, Nelson Tunstall, Clarence Dillard, Jr., Robert Sherer. Second Row: Joe Dickinson, Stan Black, Neal Evans, Wesley Batten, Norwood Pratt, Allan Ostergreu, Sam Hummel, Joe Ferrell, David Price. Page 280 M 0H nant€4 Page 281 PHI BETA KAPPA Phi Beta Kappa was founded at the College of William and Mary December 5, 1776. The Alpha Chapter of North Carolina was established here November 7, 1904, and there are at present 165 chapters. OFFICERS LEWIS ODIS RUSH, JR President DAVID QUITMAN GARRISON Vice-President DAVID LEE GRIGG Recording Secretary DR. ERNEST L. MACKIE Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer EXECUTIVE COMMIHEE LEWIS ODIS RUSH, JR. DR. ROBERT B. HOUSE DAVID QUITMAN GARRISON DR. ALMONTE 0. HOWELL DAVID LEE GRIGG PROFESSOR CORYDON P. SPRUILL DR. ERNEST L. MACKIE INITIATED MAY 10. 1960 Seniors Michael Van Cleave Alexander Nancy Etta Awbrey Edith Bierhorst Back Nancy Jane Baker Brenda Combs Ball Mary Louise Barreras James Sherman Belli Eleanor Evans Blackwell Sipra Bose Margaret Hart Cannon Elizabeth Burke Covington Ralph Waldo Cummings, Jr. William Bullard Edmund, Jr. Lydia Mary Fish Susan Kathleen Greenwood Claire Anne Manner Marylyn Dixie Jackson Clauston Levi Jenkins, Jr. Constance Marie Kennedy Rudolph Phillip Lamone James Everett Laughrun Jackie Lee Lawing Thomas Towles Lawson Louise Elizabeth McGee John Taylor McMillan Roger Alan Nichols Robert Cutler Noble Margaret Lockhart Oast Hugh Lester Patterson Dorothy Coleman Ramos Kathleen Samsot Julid Catherine Singletary Anthony Garland Turner Charlie Thomas Whitley INITIATED MAY 10, 1960 Juniors Larry Wesley Brown Robert Vernon Fulk, Jr. David Quitman Garrison David Lee Grigg Robert Lee Grubb, Jr. Robert Charles Rohlfs Lewis Odis Rush, Jr. William Floyd Sayers, Jr. INITIATED DECEMBER 6, 1960 Robert Michael Childs James Allen Fine Walter Erwin Fuller, Jr. Carol Lynn Garris jack Powell Gulley William Stuart Hurt Thomas Patrick Inman Kay Nichols Lynn Lorraine Lynnhaven Manly Joseph Milam, Jr. Jerry Leath Mills Jon-Eric Parrish Rupert Tarpley Pickens Richard Beverly Raney, Jr. Bruce Butler Raynor, Jr. Frances Ellen Reynolds James Dale Tedder Donald Wayne Wade Grayson Howard Walker George Arthur Weaver PHI ETA SIGMA First Row: Kosmo Davis Tatalias, David Parl(er Bland, Richard Lee Dunn, Charles Ray Brown, Henry Armfield Foscue, Jr., Arthur Jesse Merrill, Jr., Robert Ervin Cunningham, Jr., Robert Wilson Madry, Jr., William Stuart Hurt. Second Row: Peter Ross Range, Robert Lee McCall, Jr.. David John Goode, George Frederick Geils, Frederick Randolph Anderson, Jr., James Alvin Yount, Donald Fred Heenan, Sheldon Peck, Barry Allan Portnoy, Daniel McMullan Armstrong III, Michael M. Coleman. Charles Robin Britt, David Charles Hitch, David John Impastato, Jr„ Douglas Mcintosh Fambrough, Jr., David Louis Cohen. Third Row: Forrest Benedict Green. James Gorrell McMichael, Scott Dean Ward, William Barker Ril ey, Jr.. Robert Duane Powell, Ralph Connor Reid, Jr., Edward Norman Graham, Harvey Lake Harris, Jr., Frederick Hailey Groom, John Agrippa Mitchener. Richard Lamont Garner. Malcolm Winston Burroughs, Burton Wayne Stuart, Jr. Fourth Row: Howard Glenn Garner, Randolph Leland Lambe, Carl Douglas Rhodes, Jr.. Carl Phillip Cole, Sam Dunn Bryan, James Nelson Irvine, James Meyers Powell, Jr., David Pollock Underwood, John Bason Wagoner, Paul Green Houston. Phi Eta Sigma, freshman honorary scholarship fraternity, was founded at the University of Illinois March 22, 1923, and at the present time has 102 chapters. Our chapter was established in 1947. OFFICERS FREDERICK RANDOLPH ANDERSON, JR President PETER ROSS RANGE Vice-President ARTHUR JESSE MERRILL, JR Secretary ROBERT WILSON MADRY, JR Treasurer CARL DOUGLAS RHODES, JR Historian DR. ERNEST L. MACKIE Faculty Advisor HONORARY MEMBERS Professor M. A. Hill, Jr. Dean Cecil Johnson Professor Ernest L. Mackie Professor Corydon P. Spruill Page 283 VALKY OFFICERS CAROLYN GRAHAM WALKER, President ALICE BLAIR LINDEN KENT, Secretary SARAH RICHARDSON WOMACK, Treasurer ALICE MAY FORESTER, Alumitae Secretary 343 Linda Rehn 345 Alice Blair Linden Kent 346 Carolyn Graham Walker Nancy Awbrey Grace Aycock Shanfa Bhutani Mary ScoH Bloekwell —7 — -— y atherine Kennedy Carmichael Mary Hedrick Davis Martha Decker DeBerry MEMBERS 1960-61 347 Sarah Richardson Womack 348 Judith Ellen Buxton 349 Beote Tino Emille Baensch 350 Mary Hunter Kennedy 351 Sharon Lee Sullivan ALUMNAE AND HONORARIES Diana DeVere Nancy Margaret Faiso Mayhew Fambrough Kathleen Boles Fink Ida Howell Friday Cynthia Grdnt Moxine Lee Hoeutt Rita Patricio Jester Carolyn Johnson 352 Barbara Jane Bell 353 Helen Stewart McCollum 354 Fannie Louise Lacy 355 Andrea Lucille Gorcica Mary Frances Kellom Elizabeth Louanno Kemble Isabella MacLeod Anne Ellen Queen Martha Anne Richardson Julia Staples Gladys Avery Tillet Frances Angos Weover Connie Whitoker a nfi s OFFICERS 1959-1960 PAUL GENE STRASSLER NORMAN BARRETT SMITH -—TV HARVEY PECK J farfimaieiis WADE MARVIN SMITH Chi ARGONAUTS INDUCTED APRIL 11, 1960 640 John Ballentine Cummings 641 James Martin Scott 642 David Lee Grigg 643 Berthold Louis Uilman 644 Charles Dowd Gray, III 645 John Blount Mayo, Jr. 646 William Brantley Aycock 647 Howard Holderness, Jr. 648 Raymond John Stanley 649 Maurice Taylor Van Hecke 650 Lawrence Byron Austin, III 651 Edwin Levy, Jr. 652 Mark King Wilson, III 653 Robert Vernon Fulk, Jr. 654 Jack Holland Spain, Jr. 655 Roger Babson Foushee 656 Maurice Glen Johnson 657 Bernard Henry Boyd STUDENT ARGONAUTS 1960-1961 532 Kenneth Lawing Penegar 589 George Robinson Ragsdale 596 Paul Gene Strassler 613 Joseph Francis Quigg 614 Roland William Payne, Jr. AfVn ' i I 620 Harvey Peck y .AIV l I 627 Daniel Milton Lotz 639 Wade Marvin Smith 641 James Martin Scott 642 David Lee Grigg Howard Holderness, y RaymofTa John Stai 650 Lawrfence Byron Adstin, III 653 Bcioert Vernori fulk 65 oger Babson Foushee 6 Maurice Qren Johnson, ; :ULTY ARGONAUTS 1960-1961 orydon 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 Earnest Craige Isaac Montrose Taylor James Frederick Newsome Edwin Sidney Lanier John Dewey Dorsett, Jr. Hugh Talmadge Lefler Harry Kitsun Russell James Clarence Wallace Raymond Lewis Jefferies William West Taylor Frank William Hanft William Clyde Friday John A. Kirkland Robert Allison Fetzer William Ernest Mackie Walter Reece Berryhill Roy Walter Holsten John Lassiter Sanders Henry Parker Brandis, Jr. John M. Schnorrenberg Julian Dewey Mason, Jr. Dudley Dewitt Carroll Archibald Henderson Thomas Anthony Rezzuto, Jr. William Woodard McLendon Preston Herchel Epps Foster Fitz-Simons Louis Round Wilson Frank Joseph McGuire Robin Ledbetter Hinson Jan Philip Schinhan . i Wiltlin Elmanj Mason, Jr. ' Bertnold Louis ©rber of tfte (grail OFFICERS LAWRENCE BYRON AUSTIN, III Delegata ROBERT MICHAEL CHILDS Scribe WILLIAM FLOYD SAYERS Exchequer JAMES PATRICK MORGAN . Vice-Exchequer SIR KNIGHTS Lawrence Byron Austin, III Howard Holderness, Jr. Robert Hodges Bilbro Denton Lotz George Worth Campbell, Jr. John Lee Mitchell Robert Michael Childs James Patrick Morgan Robert Vernon Fulk, Jr. Lewis Odis Rush, Jr. Ddvid Lee Grigg William Floyd Sayers Joseph Wayne Grimsley Norton Fortune Tennille, Jr. Davis Beeken Young Cfje (0rkr of tf)e 0lh MieE OFFICERS JAMES BRISTOL ROUSE ROBERT MICHAEL CHILDS CAROLYN GRAHAM WALKER ERNEST LLOYD MACKIE President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Recorder EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE The Officers and Howard Holderness, Jr. Robert Vernon Fulk, Jr. Carol Alicia Tieslau V illiam Donald Carmichael, William Robert Coulter Jesse Henry Dedmond Peter Harry Gerns Samuel Hirsch CHARTER MEMBERS Charles Louis Johnston, Jr. Allard Kenneth Lowenstein William Ernest Mackie Basil Lamar Sherrill Donald Gray Shropshire Leonard Adolph Szafaryn Dr. Samuel Thomas Emory Dr. Ernest Lleyd Mackie Dr. William. Smith Wells Amelie Virginia Aldige Joseph Hammond Alexander Lawrence Byron Austin, III Nancy Etta Awbrey Nancy Jane Baker Stanley Warren Black, III Sipra Bose Anthony Patricia Brady Robert Michael Childs Rhodes Thomas Corbett Robert James Covington Jeane Gail Crewes Frank Harrison Crowther William Finley Davis Angus McLean Duff Philip Strowd Edwards Nancy Margaret Faison Alice May Forester Roger Babson Foushee Belinda Jane Foy Robert Vernon Fulk, Jr. Cynthia Geraldine Grant George Wallace Grayson INITIATES OF MARCH 29, 1960 David Lee Grigg Joseph Wayne Grimsley Robert Lee Grubb, Jr. Claire Anne Hanner Diana Donaldson Harmon Peyton Samuel Hawes, Jr. Charles Farris Himes Howard Holderness, Jr. Russell Joseph Hollers, Jr. Rita Patricia Jester Elizabeth lone Johnson David Alexander Jones Bennette Eugene Geer Keys Michael Doyle Kizziah Jay Odell Lambeth Thomas Towler Lawson Davis Lee Leffler Karen Margaret Magnuson Sophie Myers Martin Louise Elizabeth McGee John Taylor McMillan John Lee Mitchell William Whitaker Moose Martha Merle Morgan Melissa Osborne Charles Grey Poole John Charles Ray Edward Neal Riner Judith Ann Rock James Briston Rouse Anthony Wilshire Salinger James Martin Scott Henry Clay Simpson Arthur Ward Sims James Lee Smalley, Jr. Michael Fred Smith Wade Marvin Smith Gordon Parkhurst Street, Jr. Jerome Walker Stokes Carol Alicia Tieslau Sandra Jean Trotman Carolyn Graham Walker Joseph Henley Warner Thomas Livingston White, Jr. Sue Ann Wood Jonathan Yardley Davis Beeken Young Page 287 o ' .bs 4? OFFICERS 123 KIT " TURTLE DOVE " TIEDEMAN 115 RALPH " ROOSTER " HOLTHOUSER Most Worthy Big Bird Most Worthy Little Bird MEMBERS 106 Pappy " Platypus " Churchill 119 Tom " Oriole " Overman 122 Mark " Turkey Buzzard " Thelin 132 Bob " Bat " Beatty 133 Shanti " Totta " Bhutani 134 Becky " Bob-0-Link " Davis 135 Kathy " Duck " DuQuesnay 136 R. V. " Falcon " Fulk 137 Sam " Goldfinch " Goodwin 138 Alice " Kiwi " Kent 139 Dick " Leghorn " Lambeth 140 Ann " Magpie " McLean 141 Frank " Mudhen " McSwain 142 Carol " Coot " Moser 143 Jo-Ann " Songbird " Sory 144 Prissy " Pelican " Wyrick 145 Davis " Dirty Bird " Young 148 Bob " Bald Eagle " Baynes 149 Tommy " Buzzard " Butler 150 Skip " Catbird " Clement 151 Georgia " Canary " Cobb 152 Billy " Bufflehead " Dunlap 153 Bev " Flycatcher " Foard 154 Charley " Chewink " Himes 155 Betty " Bob-0-Link " Hobson 156 Louise " Looney-Bird " Loomis 157 Roy " Ruddey Duck " Michaux 158 Leafy " Parakeet " Pollock 159 Jimbo " Raven " Rouse 160 Tootsie " Tufted-Titmouse " Sheppard 161 Jane " Swallow " Smith 162 Jerry " Spoonbill " Stokes 163 Stark " Sapsucker " Sutton 164 Chip " Whippoorwill " Woodrum HONORARIES 124 Katherine " Chickadee " Carmichael 129 Douglas " Do-Do Bird " Sessoms 125 Mrs. Frances " Fantail " Hogan 126 Ray " Raven " Jefferies 127 Charles " Catbird " Bernard 128 Isabelle " Is-A-Bird " McLeod 130 Dr. J. P. " Hummingbird " Harland 131 Carolyn " Cardinal " Johnson 146 Dr. George " Mourning Dove " Daniels 147 Jessie " Junco " Rehder Page 288 ROBERT MICHAEL CHILDS Praeceps ROY DAVIDSON ALEXANDER Vice-Praeceps ROBERT HENRY BONTEMPO Notarius PETER ANTHONY THOMPSON Quaestor PRAETORS Roy Davidson Alexander James Patrick Morgan Robert Henry Bontempo William Floyd Sayers Robert Michael Childs Peter Anthony Thompson Joseph Wayne Grimsley Thomas Baker Williams CHARTER MEMBERS Wesley Neil Bass Edward U. Halford Robert Wilson Carter William E. Houser Charles Dunn Thomas N. Walters HONORARY MEMBERS William B. Aycock Robert White Linker Arthur James Beaumont William Graves Long J. S. Bennett James Parker Donald Atlas Furtado Walter Rabb Robert B. House James E. Wadsworth Raymond L. Jeffries James C. Wallace Thomas Johnson Robert T. Young Page 289 orgon ' B Utah ffinftgr : CLIFTON ALEXANDER WOODRUM, III scriptor WILLIAM MARSHALL DUNLAP princeps WILLIS ALEXANDER WILSON quaestor FACULTY MEMBERS ACTIVE MEMBERS Nicholson B. Adams George Wells Boss Dewitt McCotter, III Walter R. Berryhill Donnell Borden Cobb, Jr. William Lea Palmer James B. Bullitt William Marshall Dunlap Henry Marshall Simpsoi Keener C. Frazer Joseph Roger Edwards Donald Page Warren Edward McG. Hedgpeth James Gray Galloway Willis Alexander WHson Urban T. Holmes, Jr. Robert Ramsey Green Clifton Alexander Woodrun, III Dougald MacMillan Joseph Dillon Kalkhurst BPPUUTJ QM UVMXJVIY TRML VREU HYQZ TYG DCELU QM ABRKYSG GO KJL FRACO VT TIDIOCHL KJYCHGY EVIEAXG SCLACVF OAD KTWHU VALMAR LXXIV RULERS 745 JAMES BRISTOL ROUSE Rex 747 FRANCIS HOPKINSON CRAIGHILL, ill . . KDS 749 ROBERT LEE LYNN, ill WSS 744 HOWARD HOLDERNESS, JR. . . KMK 758 ARCH TURNER ALLEN, ill . NGP . T ' i SUBJECTS 174 Archibald Henderson 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. 382 Julius Jennings Wade 385 Robert Edwin Coker 439 J. Penrose Harland 442 Robert Burton House 444 Gordon Gray 490 Fletcher Melvin Green 492 Charles M. Shaffer 540 Ernest Craige 546 Henry Russell i, 582 Issac M. Taylor 650 Roy Walter Holsten 653 Lyman A. Cotten 662 Sydenham B. Alexander 663 Frank W.KIingberg 664 Henry Wilkins Lewis 665 Robert Boyd Lindsay 678 Herbert R. Baer 679 George Dial Penick 714 George M. Harper 733 John Carlton Jester, ill 734 Lee Sanford Ainslie, Jr. 742 William Henry Watkins, lY 743 James Rockwell Holland 748 Lafayette Ferguson Norton 751 William B. Aycock 752 Hazel Earle Elierbe 755 John Morgan Darden, Hi 760 Rudy Herman Walldorf 762 Douglas Pressel Murray 763 Hugh Talmage Lefier :;aVM; ORDER OF THE MINATAURS OFFICERS CHARLES M. CARSON President ALPHEUS B. CARR Vice-President ARCH T. ALLEN, III Secretary-Treasurer Thomas H. Alexander Peter B. Archie George T. Barnes Ralphs. Bender Lucius E. Birch Clifford BIythe John A. Brabson Roberts. Cheek, Jr. Bob Cunningham Edward A. Daughtry Bud Ellerbee Ralph Lane Falls, Jr. Troy Furr James Galloway Archer B. Glenn William W.GIuyas, Jr. Thomas W. Grant Thomas P. Grasty Charles P. Green, Jr. Oscar Hariss William A. Harvey David D. Hindle James Holland Ed Holt Dewitt McCotter Ralph McDonald William Moore Shade Murray John N. O ' Bannon Jonas S. Rice, Jr. Walter Ridenhour Alan J. Simpson Glenn Stackhouse Loy D. Thompson WilliamH. Watkins, IV Davids. Wilson Dillon Wooten Hal Venable Worth, 111 Hazel Zealey BETA GAMMA SIGMA Beta Gamma Sigma is the only national honorary society in the field of commerce and business recognized by the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business. The organization originated at the University of Wisconsin in 1907. Alpha of North Carohna Chapter was established here in 1933. The purposes of this society are to encourage and reward accomplishment among the students of commerce and business administration; to promote the advancement of education in the art of science of business; and to foster integrity in the conduct of business operations. OFFICERS Fall Semester, 1960 Spring Semester, 1960 JOSEPH MILAM, JR President BRUCE B. RAYNOR, JR President CLIFTON D. MANN Secretary ROBERT A. GIBBONS, JR Secretary BRUCE B. RAYNOR, JR Treasurer JAMES A. FINE Treasurer DR. JAMES CYRIL DICKSON BLAINE Honorary President DR. ISAAC NEWTON REYNOLDS Faculty Secretary MEMBERS INITIATED MAY 2, 1960 MEMBERS INITIATED DECEMBER 5, 1960 HONORARY Howard Holderness GRADUATES Stuart Teichman FACULTY Gerald Alan Barrett Claude Swanson George, Jr. SENIORS Robert LaVerne Joyner JUNIORS Bruce Butler Raynor, Jr. SENIORS Geoffrey Churchill James Allen Fine Robert Alexander Gibbons, Jr. Page 293 RHO CHI JAMES SHEETS CHARLES HIMES BARBARA BELL WALTER LASATER President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Historian FACULTY Dr. E. A. Brecht Dr. J. L. Brannon Dr. Earl T. Brown Dr. M. A. Chambers Dr. George Cocoias Dr. A. W. Jowdy Dr. Claude Piantadosi Dr. Fred T. Semeniuk Mr. Edward M. Smith Mr. William W. Taylor Dr. Herman 0. Thompson GRADUATES Saul Borodkin Shu-Sing Cheng Rosemary Faust Allen Hirsch Robert Morris Yung Yoon Oh Robert Rauch Ed Smithwick UNDERGRADUATES Gordon O ' Briant, ' 60 Hugh Clark, ' 60 James Miller, ' 60 William Shoemaker, ' 60 Barbara Bell, ' 61 Charles Himes, ' 61 Harold Lasater, ' 61 James Sheets, ' 61 The National Pharmacy Honor Society Xi Chapter of the University of North Carolina 1929 founded at the University of Michigan 1922 ALPHA EPSILON DELTA AVERY Historian BAUCOM BILBRO BLUiVIE Treasurer BROWN BRYAN BURROUGHS CHASTAIN COSTELLO Secretary CROTTS GRUBB HOCUTT President HURT JONES MODROW PARRISH SAYERS TAYLOR TURNER Alpha Epsilon Delta is an international honor society for pre-medical and pre-dental students. It was founded at the University of Alabama April 28, 1926. There are over 13,000 members in sixty-four active chapters throughout the United States. The North Carolina Beta Chapter was founded at the Univer- sity of North Carolina on March 27, 1936. The object of the society, to recognize excellence in pre-medical and pre-dental scholarship, has grown to include stimulation of the pre-medical and dental student by presentation of speakers from the medi- cal field, assistance to him by helping him to realize his responsibilities in his pre-professional education, and benefit to him by the offer of the companionship of similarly interested students. Page 295 ALPHA PHI OMEGA m mu f BROWN CORDLE CUNNINGHAM DIXON EFLAND GEORGE KNIGHT LENHARDT McNeill MAREE MARSHBURN MILLER MORGAN, J. P. MORGAN, J. H. MORGAN, M. A. SEAWELL STONAKER STRICKLAND WILLIAMS Page 296 OFFICERS DONALD ROBERT MARSHBURN JAMES PATRICK MORGAN WILLIS WILLIAMS CLAIBORNE CORDLE ROLAND STONAKER CLARENCE DIXON BOB CUNNINGHAM JUSTIN McNEILL FALCON KNIGHT MIKE GEORGE DON MARSHBURN President Alpha Phi Omega, the only national service fraternity, was founded at Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania in 1925. Rho Chapter was estab- lished in 1930. The Torch and Trefoil is the official magazine, and the colors are blue and gold. 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 purpose is carried out through service projects and various social events including Parents ' Day, a non-profit Book-S, an Ugliest Man on Campus Contest for charity, ban- quets, and parties. , . . President First Vice-President Second Vice-President Third Vice-President Treasurer Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary Alumni Secretary Sergeant-at-Arms Historian Grave, here is our victory PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Maree, Hayes, Fisher, Garrison, Kleiman. Second Row; Mason, Grigg, Beattie, Peacock, Huneycutt, Gunster, Dearing, Avery, Rosental, Mauzy. „-- j » tM - • l A 4 - ■ ' Mt x Th m v« ' f, ' - -h ■ . ff- ¥i . Xrt ' -• ;;■ ' ■ ' « ' w .yV pf COWLES LIPFERT AND RAY STANLEY Co-Captains TRACK Senior co-captains Ray Stanley and Cowles Lipfert paced the Tarheel track team to successful indoor and outdoor seasons. In the Indoor Conference Games Carolina lost only to Maryland, edging arch-rival Duke by two points for second place. Out- standing indoor performances were Benjy Seagle ' s second COACH DALE RANSON L place in the 600 yd. run and freshman Bill Croom ' s record setting 6 ' 31 4 " high jump. Outdoors, a lack of depth in the sprints resulted in a below par 3-4 dual meet record. In the ACC meet at Maryland, Carolina placed third. Fraser Smith and Ray Stanley climaxed their careers with championship performances in the discus and broad jump. Benjy Seagle achieved his personal best with a 47.9 clocking in the mile relay, and Rett Everett did likewise with a 9.29 in the two mile. Polevaulter Barrie Tiedemann placed second with a jump of 13 ' 6 " . In the Carolina AAU meet the Tarheels decisively conquered Duke but lost to Winston-Salem State Teachers for the State Championship. Co-captain Lipfert made his last race for Caro- lina a memorable one, outsprinting Duke ' s Jerry Norse in the last lap of the mile. Carolina graduate student John Gutknecht won the three mile in 14.17, cutting 13 seconds off Jim Beatty ' s old record. 1960 RESULTS UNC 0pp. 69 Clemson 61 63 South Carolina 68 37 Maryland 93 103 Wake Forest 28 54 Virginia 76 8OV2 N. C. State 501 2 48 Duke 83 Won 3, lost 4. tk BENJY SEAGLE, CARLTON DEBNAM, MAURICE McDONALD, AND SCOTT BRENT Relay Team Front Row: Ward Sims, Benjy Seagle, Robert Eubanks, Wilfred Turner, Cutter Davis, Larry Henry, Co-Captains Ray Stanley and Cowles Lipfert, Scott Brent, Louis Sullivan, Bing Somers, and George Noel. Second Row; Coach Dale Ranson, Carlton Debnam, Jim Whicker, Fraser Smith, Gary Frye, Ken McComb, John O ' Neal, Fred Wood, Rett Everett, and Barrie Tiedemann. Third Row: Don Worley, Manager Maurice McDonald, Tom Rogers, Jim Graham, Dave Leffler, Vaughn Dekleaver, John O ' Bannon, Nathaniel Farrington, Manager Giles Ring, and Coach Joe Hilton. CROSS COUNTRY Tarheel distance runners climaxed a successful season on November 14 by upsetting favored Maryland for their 18th conference championship in the last 35 years. Paced by fleet running Rett Everett, the Carolina harriers captured four of the first seven places in avenging a previous dual-meet defeat at the hands of the Terrapins. Boasting a youthful but well balanced quintet, Carolina w on six of their seven dual meets, then easily swept by arch-rival Duke in winning the State Championship meet in Raleigh. Mainstays on the Carolina varsity were Captain Bing Somers, Rett Everett, Gerry Stuver, Mike Folk, Carmine Lunetta and Larry Henry. Sophomore Stuver, runnerup to Everett in the conference meet, broke the Finley course record set earlier by Maryland ' s Don Garten. COACH DALE RANSON AND CAPTAIN BING SOMERS First Row: Rett Everett, Gerry Stuver, Captain BIng Somers, Mike Folk, Carmine Lunetta. Second Row: Coach Dale Ranson, Benjy Seagle, Ted Cohen, Scott Brent. Lou Sullivan, and Larry Henry. Page 302 %i .on.e ' NROTC The objectives of the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps are two-fold: to provide a steady supply of well-educated Junior Officers 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 sub- ject to call in the event of national emergency. Students within the progiam take eight semesters of Naval Science along with the courses in their 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 CAPTAIN JOHN SPENCER Professor of Naval Science 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. Left: Batallion Staff, Fall. First Row: C. H. Wilkinson, Mid ' n Captain, Battalion Commander. Second Row: William Pope, Mid ' n Lieutenant (jg). Adjutant; T. E. Smith, Mid ' n Commander, Executive Officer; S. C. Smith, Mid ' n Lieutenant Commander, Operations Officer; George Moseley, Mid ' n Lieutenant. Supply Officer. Third Row: C. R. English, Mid ' n Chief Petty Officer; J. 0. Blackburn, Operations Chief Petty Officer; S. D. Wooten, Supply Chief Petty Officer; R. C. Rohlfs, Public Information Officer. Right: Battalion Staff, Spring. First Row: L. H. Gump, Mid ' n Captain, Battalion Commander; L. B. Austin, III, Mid ' n Lieutenant (jg). Adjutant; L. F. Norton, Mid ' n Lieutenant Commander, Operations Officer; E. J. Taff, Mid ' n Lieutenant, Supply Officer. Third Row: H. J. Hamrick, Mid ' n Chief Petty Officer; F. G. Smith, Operations Chief Petty Officer; J. Shapiro, Supply Chief Petty Officer; Denton Lotz. Public Information Officer. Carolina Cutter Color Guard 1 r i m a " 1 1 1 - ' 1 Ixu 1 r 1 m Quarterdeck Society Alfa Company Top: JAMES C. McCOLL, Fall Bottom: WILLIS A. WILSON, Spring Commanding Officer of " A " Company Top: LAFAYEHE F. NORTON, Fall Bottom: FREDRICK A. SKIDMORE, III, Spring Commanding Officer of " B " Company Bravo Company L Top: LAWRENCE B. AUSTIN, III, Fall Bottom: THOMAS E. SMITH, Spring Commanding Officer of " C " Company Charlie Company SIDNEY G. SOWERS, Fall and Spring Commanding Officer of Drill Team Drum and Bugle Corps ' ' i 1 1 1 STAfF — Center: Major L. C. Shepherd, III. Second Row: LCDR R. D. Bartlett, LCDR C. T. Selden. Third Row: Lt. C. H. Wright, Jr.. Lt. A. A. Clegg, Lt. M. S. Carswell. Fourth Row: Chief Davenport, Chief Smith, Chief Buckner. Fifth Row: 1st Sgt. Voss, Chief Smith, Chief Mcintosh. E. FALCON KNIGHT, Fall and Spring Commanding Officer of Drum and Bugle Corps First Row: Major W. D. Locke, C. H. Wilkinson, L. H. Gump, A. L. Dozier, W. A. Wilson, D. W. McFadyen, S. G. Sowers, Major L. C. Shepherd, III. Second Row: M. Bell, W. H. Pope, D, A. Parker, L. F. Norton, L, G. Sanford, T. E. Smith. SCABBARD AND BLADE The National Society of Scabbard and Blade is an honorary military society composed at Carolina of outstanding Air Force and Naval ROTC cadets. The overall objectives of this organiza- tion are to promote interest and understanding of military affairs among the citizenry of the various colleges and universi- ties at which it is represented. At Carolina, Scabbard and Blade presents the annual Military Ball for all AFROTC and NROTC cadets. It serves as a medium of coordination for all inter-corps activities — social, fraternal, and business. Scab- bard and Blade, believing itself to be composed of responsible leaders, assumes the lead in projecting a modern attitude about the military services. PLEDGES— First Row: A. P. Buch. R. R. Scott, W. E. Stepp, M. J. Rooney, I. R. Verrone, R. 0. Dates. Second Row: P. R. McElroy, J. Galden, S. S. Woodley, L. P. Stroud, G. R. Moseley. y ■ -f-l L G. SANFORD AND L. H. GUMP Captain and First Lieutenant «« iNOR ' t.Ol N ' II G. Vi LL SULLIVAN «..«,«.» ' ' 7 Q StcccU (dCiAcnHmcHt STUDENT GOVERNMENT student Government at Carolina has a long-standing reputation for excellence and serves as a model for colleges and universities throughout the country. The validity of this claim was demonstrated last year when UNC won the first place award in the Richard Welling Memorial student government competition sponsored by the United States National Student Association. Operating on a budget of approximately $130,000. Student Government strives to pro- mote the general welfare of the student body in every possible way. Patterned after the federal government, the executive, legislative, and judicial branches provide an excellent training ground for future leadership. The acquisition of a new student union was the number one project for this year. This project was handled by a biennial Committee on State Affairs. The Committee on Academic Affairs continued a broad program of course evaluation. Installation of washers and dryers in dormitories and the development of a book exchange program between students were among the projects of the Campus Affairs Committee. The International Students Board worked to establish new exchange scholarships with foreign universities and to promote international awareness on the campus. These and many other programs constituted the efforts of Student Government to instill in the student body a sense of social responsibility and thus to contribute to the welfare of the campus. DAVID GRIGG President of the Student Government PRESIDENT ' S CABINET — First Rovk: Carolyn Kelley, Nancy Johnson, Graham Walker, Judy Albergotti. Second Row: Bill Whichard, Mike Childs, Johnny Clinard, Roy Michaux, Jimmy Smalley, Jim Scott. David Grigg, Bob Baynes, Wade Hargrove, Bob Sevier, Davis Young, Tony Harrington. BILL WHICHARD Presidential Assistant BOB SEVIER Vice-President «N. JUDY ALBERGOTTI Secretary JIMMY SMALLEY Treasurer MISS STAPLES Executive Secretary COMMITTEE HEADS — First Row: George Mosley, John Randall, Kent Walker. Johnny Clinard, Eddie Pleasants, Pete Thompson. Wade Hargrove. Davis Young. Second Row: Jimmy Smalley. Bill Shipp, Jim Scott, Dave Alexander, Al Pollard, Charlie Himes. STUDENT Legislature discusses Student Government issues in weekly meetings. Page 3 1 2 ' ' MtLsr ' SANDY ROGERS Clerk TONY HARRINGTON Sergeant-at-Arms LEGISLATURE The Student Legislature, founded in 1938, serves as the supreme legislative body of Student Government. In this ca- pacity, the body has ultimate responsibility over almost every rule which pertains to student government or student life. Perhaps the largest responsibility of the Legislature is its con- trol over the $132,000 student budget. In addition, the Legisla- ture is the supervisory body for its own subsidiary organiza- tions; it controls various campus activities and functions; it has the power to change the procedures and structures in our honor system; it approves all appointments made by the Presi- d ent of the Student Body; and it has the power to impeach and remove from office any elected official. The Legislature is composed of fifty students elected from thirteen campus districts. The Vice-President of the Student Body presides over the Legislature as speaker. All other officers are elected by the legislators. Most legislators are elected with partisan endorsements; and as a result, the Legislature is an important body of well- balanced opinion, debate, and action. JOE OPPENHEIMER Parliamentarian Page 313 The Women ' s Honor Council is composed of nine members elected from the three judicial districts by all the districts ' residents. The function of the Council is to try violators of the Honor Code. The Attorney General ' s staff investigates the cases. If the defendant is declared guilty, the Council imposes a penalty on her that is designed to help her. The Council care- fully considers its responsibility to the individual and to the University, as it weighs justice with mercy before determining a penalty. The Women ' s Council is comprised of the members of the Honor Council, plus five representatives elected from Women ' s Residence Council. This Council tries violations of the Campus Code and infractions of the major social rules. The students at the University of North Carolina are striving to improve academically. Coupled with this academic growth, however, is the aim of developing the highest type of character and integrity. Each student is entrusted by the University with the duty of assuming the responsibilities of the college com- munity. A student government gives extra impetus to the stu- dent to accept his duties because his peers express their approval or their disapproval of his actions. GRAHAM WALKER Chairman WOMEN ' S HONOR COUNCIL BASS CAMPBELL DEATON DEIFELL DELLINGER FULK McGUCKIN NELSON RESTON SAVERS MEN ' S HONOR COUNCIL Beginning with orientation and continuing throughout the school year, the Men ' s Honor Council tried to further the ideals of personal honor and integrity among all students. The Council has original jurisdiction in all instances of violation of our Honor Code by men students. Because of the growth of the University, the Council worked with innovations that in- creased the representation of those who were involved in trying the cases of Honor Code violators. The random selection of juries and the election of Council members by districts were two such innovations. The Council tried to create an atmos- phere of trust throughout the student body, and as well, the Council strove to display to the faculty and administration that the discipline of students is best handled by their fellow students. HOWARD HOLDERNESS Chairman STUDENT COUNCIL WARD PURRINGTON Chairman The Student Council is the University ' s supreme judicial power. It is vested by the Student Constitution with the authority to try cases arising from constitutional procedures, from executive or legislative action, and from Campus Code violations. This court also hears appeals concerning the election law and the various lower student judicial bodies. The Student Council is responsible for upholding the traditions and reputation of Student Government at UNC and maintaining the high stand- ards of conduct set forth in the Campus Code. The 1960-61 Council was an active group, hearing cases in every sphere of its responsibility. In Campus Code cases important precedents were established, while other precedents of long standing were found applicable and were strengthened by the Council. In the other two areas of its original jurisdiction, the Council rendered interpretive rulings of particular im- portance. In all its actions the Council attempted to make the Carolina students more conscious of their obligations under the Campus Code and sought to promote responsible student conduct at all times. COUNCIL — Seated: Mimi Smith, Ward Purrington, Pat Sawyer. Standing: Hal Usher, Franl( Biggerstaff, Earl PhiNips, Russell Norville, John Kerbaugh, Bob Gibson. Page 316 First Row: Diane Gates, Mae Eason. Judy Albergotti, Edie Davis. Second Row: Bill Shipp, Ed Riner, Ben Lenhardt, Swag Grimsley, Jey Deifell, Bob Sevier, Jimmy Smalley, Wade Hargrove, Al Rich. CONSOLIDATED UNIVERSITY STUDENT COUNCIL The Consolidated University Student Council is composed of student leaders from each of the three branches of the Con- solidated University — Woman ' s College, North Carolina State, and the University at Chapel Hill. The Council acts as a liaison group, discussing mutual problems and promoting understand- ing and cooperation among the three schools. In addition to their participation in social activities, the Council promoted several projects. They made a detailed com- parative study of the faculty salaries of the Greater University and viforked with groups on each of the three campuses to have them raised. The Council also sponsored a student European summer tour program. THE COMMITTEE ON ACADEMIC AFFAIRS The Committee on Academic Affairs was established in the spring of 1959 as an executively appointed committee. Dealing generally with student participation in academic policy-making and specifically with any problem within this area which the Committee feels should be investigated, the Committee bases its action on the premise that the student voice is indis- pensable to a vigorous academic community. Membership varies according to interest and Committee needs, and members are held responsible for the completion of individual projects. The Committee studied and reported on admissions policies, faculty salaries and the reading course offered by the Testing Service. Pamphlets, urging students in incentive courses, and brochures, requesting support for the passage of a bond issue, were distributed. Seated: Ann Maxwell, Jo-Ann Scry, Terry Jackson, Wally Sayner, Phil Sowers, Ed Mendenhall. Standing: Jim Scott, Carroll Gray, Curtis Able, Al Rich, Ben Lenhardt. First Row: Andy Anderson. Wade Hargrove, Judy Chostner, Elizabeth Reed, Julie Latane. Elainl Livas, Warren Williams, John Sherrlll. Second Row: Al Pollard, Sam Douglas, Walter Ratchford, Bob Richardson, Bob Murphy, Craig Redwine, Nelson Irvine, Marshall Basinger. HONOR SYSTEM COMMISSION The Honor System Commission has planned a vital program for the year 1960-61. Its main objective is to preserve and strengthen the Honor System at Carolina. The Honor System has been the subject of much debate in the past few years, and it is this Commission ' s job to improve the system as much as possible and to see that it is kept intact. This year the Commission is in charge of choosing a jury at random from the student body for all Honor Council trials. To serve on a jury is, indeed, one of the most important and vital roles a student can play in preserving his Honor System. Through the combined efforts of WUNC-TV, the Honor Council, and the Student Legislature, the Commission is to produce a movie on the Honor System and its workings. This movie will be invaluable in the future to incoming students to instill in them the meaning of the Honor System, and the way it must work. Mock trials, discussions in the dorms, and surveys on what both the students and faculty think of the Honor System are all a part of this year ' s program. With the help of the student body, the faculty, and the student government, the Honor System Commission hopes to provide the University of North Carolina with a better and smoother running Honor System than it has ever had before. Page 3 1 8 ATTORNEY GENERAL ' S STAFF The Attorney General ' s Staff is charged, under the student con- stitution, with the responsibility of investigation and presentation of all cases tried by the Men ' s Honor Council, Women ' s Honor Council, and the Student Council. In addition, the Attorney General as a member of the President ' s Cabinet, gives opinions and advice to the Executive Branch of Student Government. This year ' s staff, headed by Bob Baynes and assistants Bill Stepp, Tim Burnett, and Tony Harrington, changed many of the traditional procedures and policies in an attempt to meet the demands of an increasingly complex Honor System. Codification of the laws enacted by the legislature was given spe- cial attention, along with standardized procedures and better inter- staff communications. For the first time, new staff members are undergoing formal training. All this is in the way of strengthening the Honor System at Carolina by increasing efficiency and effectiveness at every level. Seated: Tim Burnett, Bob Baynes, Tony Harrington, Bill Stepp. Standing: Dan Robbins, Walker Stevens, Joe Bell, Tom Cannon, Al Cronenberg, Fred Dashiell, Mike Sprinkel, Earl Trotter. Page 319 STATE STUDENT LEGISLATURE — First Row: Linda Biser, Lila Smith, Judy Albergotti. Second Row: Bill Whichard, Dan Robbins, Hank Patterson, David Dansby, Tony Harrington, Swag Grimsley. Third Row: Pete Thompson, David Grigg, A! Pollard, Jey Deifell, Wayne Babb. STATE STUDENT LEGISLATURE This year marked the twenty-fourth session of the North Carolina State Student Legislature in the Capitol Building in Raleigh. The UNC delegation, composed of fourteen delegates and seven alternates, was chosen in October. The group met in the subsequent month to draw up its bill, which was introduced when the assembly met in December. State Student Legislature is designed to give the students of North Carolina an opportunity to discuss and voice an opinion on areas of concern in state, national, and international politics. Every college and university in the state is invited to attend. The State Student Legislature not only gives students an opportunity to voice an opinion on major issues, but it further serves to train them in legislative procedures and processes. NATIONAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION The University of North Carolina 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. The Association is a confederation of student bodies of three hundred and eighty American colleges and universities represented through their democratically elected student gov- ernments. It is the responsibility of the National Student Association Coordinator and Campus Committee to administer the NSA program at Carolina and to assist in the planning and the execution of various interscholastic activities in the Carolinas- Virginia Region of the Association. This year the Committee was responsible for the recent Carolinas-Virginia Region ' s Inter- national Student Relations Seminar and was instrumental in bringing about the North Carolina Human Relations Conference sponsored by Student Government last winter. NATIONAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION — Seated: Hank Patterson, Dale Herrmann, Siam Wongsoharsono, Jane Smith. Standing: Bill Straughn, Mike Robinson, Jerry Ellis, Don Smith, John Breni. CHAPEL HILL CLUB — First Row: Bev Davis, Ann Lloyd, Gail Ford, Becky Merritt. Second Ro : Tracy Spencer, Nancy Bozartii, Martha Jones, Rosaline Tharpe, Nancy Norris. CHAPEL HILL CLUB BUDGET COMMITTEE The Chapel Hill Club, composed of coeds living off campus, was formed to promote campus solidarity between its members and the remainder of the student body. This end was accom- plished, in part, by sponsoring a Thanksgiving Dance with Graham Memorial. Other activities of the club included publica- tion of a newsletter, formation of a bowling team, and provision for a needy family at Christmas. In addition, a tea honoring Dean Carmichael was slated for the year. The Budget Committee examines the anticipated expendi- tures of various campus organizations and formulates a com- plete Student Government budget which is then presented to Student Legislature for final approval. After legislative approval, the Budget Committee is responsible for keeping a check on the organizations to see that they don ' t overspend or misuse their appropriations. The committee may request the President of an organization to explain any expenditures that are am- biguous, and if necessary can freeze the organization ' s funds. The Student Government budget for the fiscal year 1960-61 was $132,000. BUDGET COMMITTEE — First Row: John Fry, Jimmy Smalley, Swag Grimsley. Second Row: J. R. Brown, Tony Harrington, Dick Hendrickson, Rex Welton, Warner Bass. CHARLES HIMES Chairman WAYNE BABB Court Chairman HARVEY LUPTON Head Doorman DANCE COMMITTEE The University Dance Committee members, distinguished by their blue and white rosettes, act traditionally as hosts for Carolina ' s dances and social functions. The dances held this year were all exceptional. Credit is due not only to the com- mittee ' s diligent work, but also to the time, effort and advice of Ray Jeffries and the sponsoring organizations. DANCE COMMITTEE COURT Front Row: Ted Harriss, Ron Miller, Mickey Watts, Inman Allen. Back Row: Doug Page, Joe Oppenheimer, Wayne Babb, Kent Huffman. ALLEN BLACKBURN COX BELLINGER DILLASHAW EVANS GRIMSLEY HARRIS HOMESLEY HUFFMAN McGOWAN McSWAIN MILLICAN OPPENHEIMER PAGE VAN ORMAN WATTS Page 322 WUNC mm OtPARTMENT HEADS WUNC is a service organization of the University, another voice which helps Chapel Hill become the heart and conscience of North Carolina. The operating staff under the capable man- agement of Chuck Couch, is composed of University students who devote their time and energy entirely voluntarily. The variety of programs was expanded and remote broadcasts were increased for special concerts this year. In addition, the staff worked on several dramatic productions of their own. All together this was one of the best years in WUNC ' s history. fff ' Nf ' tf A program in progress. WUNC STAFF Page 323 v ;. : .ft , %;-ij, ;;;r- ■• ' -i. i -» ' it ly r E i - ' V Urn m 8 » 1 H ' 1 " -»v MONOGRAM CLUB The Monogram Club Page 326 The Monogram Club is an honorary organization for the athletes on the Carolina campus who have obtained enough promise in their individual sport or sports to merit their earn- ing a varsity letter. Once an athlete has won one letter, he has the privilege of becoming an active member of the Monogram Club. These are the men who have earned recognition due to their extra effort and work. OFFICERS — First Row: Joe Davis. Bob Somers, Rip Hawkins. Second Row: Fred Mueller, Charlie Graham, John Schroeder. The Jocks Page 327 First Row: Pete Green, Assistant Coach Ed Kenny, George Murphy, and Ed Justa. Second Row: Paul Erhardt. George Reames, Charles Furman, Hugh Goodman, and Bob Galloway. GOLF The Tarheel golfers gave Carolina its third ACC title in spring sports by winning the ACC tournament held at Duke University. The golfers won 11 of 12 matches before winning the ACC title. Their only defeat was at the hands of powerful University of Georgia at Athens. Head- ing the talented Tarheels was junior Pete Green who went undefeated in 13 matches while being medalist or co-medalist eight times. Senior Ed Justa often played in the number one position and won eleven and lost two throughout the campaign. Justa was named to the second NCAA All-America team. The linksmen will have to replace Bob Galloway, Hugh Goodman, and Charlie Furman as they attempt to defend their title. The three were lost by graduation, and their score cards will be missed during the 1961 campaign. In conclusion the 1961 season should again prove to be very successful for Tarheel golfers. ED JUSTA NCAA All-Amencan COACH CHUCK ERICSON PETE GREEN Runner-Up, North-South Golf Tournament AO C iOH ALPHA KAPPA PS Alpha Kappa Psi is the oldest and 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 of the University. BROWN COBB DAVIS GARRARD MEDFORD Secretary MERRICK DATES House Manager RANDALL RICKS SLATE Vice-President WARD WARFFORD Treasurer Page 330 JOHN L. BARBER President Rome wasn ' t built in a day PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Bracl ett. Sedberry, Aitl en, Robertshaw, McGrady, Second Row; Roland, Houston. Rackley, Neal, Hamilton, Freedle. Third Row: Gentry, Kiger, Riddle, Rusch, Gardner, Pleasants, Stoneaker, t MISS KIRBY SUE PALMER Sweetheart Page 331 DELTA SIGMA PI Dear Yack . . . This year in cinemascope ... The Plague moves to new field . . . Hank, Bob, Bill, Bud, and Grover lose pins as well as freedom . . . Cowboy gives up pony for airplane, but not bottle for certain girl . . . Mike goes to jail for robbing the cradle . . . Meb to the jungle with certain monkey . . . Sonnie keeps good relations with ADPi ' s . . . Shakey still has troubles in Henderson, but now taking treatments at Watts . . . Chink and Pete still drive on, here, there and everywhere . . . Eleven great pledges . . . Doug and Al make no improvements . . . Many parties at Dawson ' s cabin . . . Mickey trying to impress nurses with monogram sweater . . . Moseley and Melvin buy new equipment to stop Jim ' s snoring . . . Bull sessions every night . . . Great trip to Yaupon ... A most wonderful year . . . For all of us, it ' s been fabulous . . . Leads to a future of fun and joy ... As I will always hear you calling . . . Rose of Delta Sigma Pi. AUTRY BENFIELD BENZIO BUMGARNER Secretary CORBETT COX DAVIS GROVER HAINES HICKS HOBBS McGOWAN MOSELEY NELSON OLDHAM PAGE SAWYER SMITH STEPHENSON STRIOER Second Vice-President TALBERT TEAL THOMPSON Chancellor WEAVER WEBBER First Vice-President ZACKERY Page 332 New A. A. members pose for a formal picture. JUDY BLACKWELDER Sponsor PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Harwell, Frye, Turner, Foushee, Golden. Second Row: Sauls, Burgess, Roberts, Human, McElroy, Stark. ■Pvj B JXt 1 Mi, ' 11 III ' l J If fl rl ' 11 • ' f - 4. Page 333 ALPHA CHI SIGMA The Alpha Chi Sigma Fraternity was organized at the University of Wis- consin in 1902 by a group of undergraduates who were interested in chemistry both as a science and as a profession. Rho Chapter was chartered at the University of North Carohna on May 6, 1912. Through the years the chapter has aided its members in the attain- ment of their ambitions as chemists and has provided a tie of true and lasting friendship for all concerned. ASHLEY ALEXANDER BIRKE CORBETT Recorder DICKERSON HARDISON HARRINGTON Reporter ISENHOUR Treasurer LIEBSCHER MACON Vice-Master Alchemist MARTIN MATTHEWS Master of Ceremonies MYERS RICE ROBBINS SHELLENBARGER Master Alchemist SHUBKIN SNOW SOSSAMON WEEKS YOUNG KAWADA Page 334 KAPPA EPSILON Kappa Epsilon is a national fraternity for women students in pharmacy. It was founded nationally in 1921 at the State University of Iowa. Lambda Chapter was founded at the Uni- versity of North Carolina in 1940. The purposes are to stimulate in its members a desire for high scholarship, to foster a pro- fessional consciousness, and to provide a bond of lasting loyalty, interest, and friendship. The fraternity is proud of its members throughout the nation who are leaders in the pharma- ceutical profession. ADAMS BARNES Vice-President BELL Treasurer GARROU Historian HARDIN Pledge Mistress HUGHES McCANN PAGE PATTON PATTERSON Chaplain REAVES President TEMPLETON THOMPSON Page 335 KAPPA PSI Sixty comes with ttie slapping of paint and a general face lifting. All hands turn to with brooms, brushes, and cans — all tall ones from the " Shack " . . . Pledges become scarce and allergic to work . . . Himes and Barbour rule the roost — Where is the house manager??? No, not again!!!! Goodwin sees a balanced budget with blood, sweat, and assessments plus a Ferrell . . . McLarty envisions parties, women, drinks ... Our John Kennedy campaigns for intramurals — go!! go!! Weatherly hunts new stunts, Dunn kills Phys. Ed. major. Watts, Price, and Weathers all Indians under same blanket — Weaver builds shed over tool!!! Old grads join brothers as all go blind on Saturday night. L J. — fine . . . Lazarus has uncorrected minutes, once!!! McGee leads Temple — 3 to 0, but Temple trying. Judd scores!! Mears at it again. Neal lands first string spot . . . Gibson keeps Ford hot . . . Horn quits books, moves to house as a socialite . . . Sheets and T. Smith watch wives become great artists??? Yarborough attends and winds up this crew. BRADSHER Pledge Master CROUCH DUNN FULLER GIBSON GOODWIN Treasurer HATHCOCK HILL HORN HUFFMAN LAZARUS Secretary LITTLE MAY Mckinley McKINNON McLARTY Social Chairman MEARES NEAL PATTERSON PRICE PUTNAM Historian RUNNION SHEETS SMITH TRIPP WATTS WEAVER YARBOROUGH Page 336 " You dance divinely . . . " MISS LORRAINE GRIFFIN Sponsor PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Bracey. Bradley, Brinson, Cloninger, Ramsey, Randall. Second Row: Yarborough, Welsh, Barefoot, Alexander, Dayton, Lewis, Hemphill. Third Row: Reaves, Anderson, Taylor, Bailey, Edwards, Baity, Good. Fourtli Row: Jernigan, Lever, Wilkins, Milam, Rabb, Brown, Campbell, Bryan, Hodges. Page 337 PHI DELTA CHI Mac ' s dogs must work . . . Johnson ' s movie contract cancelled? Bender, Hatley, Bess still griping with Bess leading them on. Where ' s Collette— baby sitting, maybe? Chamblee the cool one and Culbertson our first Yankee class president leading snakes at parties. Mac Jones, the roving PDC delegate gives directions . . . Will we carry 75% of the Freshman class, Jake? Dixon and Hartiss remain calm through it all with McKenzie getting shook at times. Davis is the only one you can trust, we think??? Hayes has stock in Seven-Up. How did " Nella " get in here . . . could Flash have done it? Possum, the VEEP, helps Farrior, the interior decorator, while Bradshaw ties the knot. BENDER BESS Worthy inner Guard CHAMBLEE Worthy Keeper of Records and Seals COLLETTE Corresponding Secretary CULBERTSON Wforthy Prelate GORDON HARTIS JOHNSON JOHNSON Worthy Vice-Counselor JONES Worthy Keeper of Finance Page 338 WILLIAM SLOAN FARRIOR President 1 m ' IB 1 " l klBj B l 1 lir tm ' L- l 1 1 B 1 B I ii m ■ H " It ' s less crowded at Kenan Woods!! " IVIISS ELIZABETH NUNES Sponsor PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Cekada, Long, Moser, Hahn, Gregory, Burch. Third Row: Dixon, Pledgemaster; Hatley, Pledgemaster; Beaver, Greeson, Whisnant, Burroughs, Hurt. Page 339 PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, professional music fraternity, was founded in 1898 at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, Mass. Since that time, the fraternity has grown to nearly 200 chapters throughout the United States, and has one of the largest memberships of all professional fraternities. Alpha Rho chapter was founded here at UNC in 1926. The purposes of Phi Mu Alpha are to advance the cause of music in America and to foster the mutual welfare and brother- hood of students of music. Here at UNC, activities include the sponsoring of an annual concert of American music, ushering for musical performances, annual Christmas carolli ng here and at WC, and whenever possible, bringing to the campus famous musical artists. The chapter also takes part in Homecoming displays, the Beat Dook Parade, the Valkyrie Sing, and sponsoring contestants in the Yack Beauty Contest. CANNON Treasurer COOKE DUNN EANES Vice-President FETZER Alumni Secretary FOX GOODE GREESON HILL HURST KENDALL Corresponding Secretary MANDELL IVIARTIN IVIAYHEW McKENZIE PASCHAL Page 340 JAY LAMBETH President Members gather to hear a little chamber music! CAROL ANN FOSTER SMITH Sponsor PLEDGE CLASS — First Row: Brady, Barr. Goldstein. Wood. Wrenn, Conrad. Second Row: Barnes, Whisnant. Grice. Warren, Farrell, Strickland. King, Pinson. JP ,. liJ: ii jTy t • ,zss z:2i Page 341 l k : " ' ' ■ ' ■ L- :5sN vl v=9 ►rA - y ' ' Sfi - -::I5 •fX;- .J- ' -;. « ««r ..- " ! . : ' ' .■ ' %C ' }-. : m " ■■■ ii: ' - MIMI SMITH Managing Editor JIMMY SMALLEY Business Manager mu e y Seated: Bev Desmond. Health Affairs Co-Editor; Pepsi Phelps, Senior Class Co-Editor; Emma Jones, Sorority Editor, Stand- ing: Joan Pinkerton, Beauty Co-Editor; Ann Davidson, Health Affairs Co-Editor; Doug Page, Sports Editor; Brooke Picot, Student Government Editor; Bob Gibson, Beauty Co-Editor; Margaret Gwathmey, Honoraries Editor; Frank Mansfield, Re- ligious Activities and Administration Editor; Chet Wilkinson, Military Editor. The Yack Staff . . . the most wilNng workers in the world. When not putting up or tearing down Kennedy-Johnson post- ers, the Yackers worl ed feverishly . . . trips across the street — returning with bundles from " Ledbetter-Pickard " . . . Clippard with the flying fingers . . . frantic phone calls to Photo Lab . . . Smalley tightens purse strings: " Stokes, we ' ve got to freeze the pictures " . . . Susan Lewis pleas for Frolic Club . . . Freedman lobbies for the Scoads . . . Chips produces, Sams produces . . . Beanbirds peck Spoonbill . . . Price ' s voice of calm amid the storm, plus good meals at the Rat . . . editor briefly briefs legislative McCarthys and comes out ahead . . . Gibson and Pinkerton calm after effects of bad dreams and produce a spectacular of top quality . . . Valkyries raid the picture file . . . New campus couple-stacked Clare and Cherry from the hill . . . Jerry develops allergies, shades come down and lake stays calm . . . Kiker spreads good cheer . . . Chet (Speedy) and Margaret (the Flash) come in first . . . Chips ' afternoons of beauty a la Morehead . . . Bev and Ann to do it up right . . . Mimi chases Frank, Frank escapes . . . Emma knits ... Kit and Pepsi, dependable, superb-definitely quiet beauty . . . Brooke and her note book, with Ron in tow . . . Robbin ' s morale . . . " We need some damn typists down here " . . . Helen, Ann, Liz and Ann report immediately as does Sybil . . . Julie laughs and provides house parties . . . Dick and Jerry are the team to watch . . . Doug handles Jake Wade and is action candid . . . Honorable Margaret ' s honoraries . . . Buxton and the Nu ' s work . . . Ezzell laments keyboards and temperment . . . Blumenthal snaps . . . Mimi our godsend, laughs, smiles, pats her Cheek — weeps at academia, and bursts into unexpected authority, the best decision Stokes ever made . . . May will come but the group can beam already . . . " Gee, I wish I had brought my camera. " Seated: Claire Sanders, Special Schools Editor; Julie Latane, Sophomore Editor. Standing: Bill Ezzell, Fine Arts Editor; Dick Reppucci. Professional Fraternity Editor; Jerry Tognoli, Freshman Editor; Dan Robbins, t orale Editor; Judy Clippard, Junior Editor; Kit Tiedeman, Senior Co-Editor; Margaret Goldsborough, Graduate and Law Editor; Chips Weaver, Photog- raphy Editor. JONATHAN YARDLEY Editor SUSAN LEWIS. Feature Editor; HENRY MAYER. News Editor; LLOYD LITTLE, News Editor; RON SHUMATE. A QHielDailyM rarlHteel riJW ' i: ED RINER Assistant to the Editor DAVIS YOUNG Contributing Editor A " Great Pumpkin " descends MARGARET ANN RHYMES, Managing Editor; WAYNE KING, Associate Editor; MARY STEWART BAKER, Associate Editor; BOB HASKELL. BUSINESS AND ADVERTISING STAFF Mark Greenberg, Mike Mathers and Richard Weiner It was a year of innovation for the Daily Tar Heel. With J. Y. at the helm and Wayne and M.S.B. close behind, the DTH sported a New Look (in accordance with Kennedy ' s New Fron- tier): new press, new type face, new format, new wire service and color. J. Y. supported JFK, Farrls and Hickey; Wayne supported the editor; Henry filled the paper with GM news; Lloyd initiated the " Don ' t Quote Me " series; Rip and Harry battled with the ad department for space; Susan frolicked " On the Hill " and else- where; Margaret Ann slid around the office; M.S.B. saw more movies than ever before; Ira entertained in the darkroom; and Harve hobnobbed with Terry, Luther, Addison and friends. Despite Republican gripes, ad-filled pages, editor ' s Infimary stay, lack of reporters, ancient typewriters and a once-broken press, the irrepressible DTH came out, meeting deadlines and by-lines. And the paper survived its 68th year of publication. STAFF REPORTERS — Bill Brinkhous, Steve Lindell, Ira Blaustein, Betty Hutchins, Robert McCall, and Warren Williams. CAROLINA QUARTERLY The Carolina Quarterly offers quality writing to the campus. While main consideration is given to campus writers, famous outside authors also contribute to the Quarterly. It has achieved a good national reputation, demonstrated by subscription requests from all over the country. The Quarterly stimulates greater interest in literature on the campus and gives the University community a magazine that mirrors its best thought. RICHARD RICKERT Editor QUARTERLY STAFF First Row: Chris Guthrie. Mary Ann Rickert, IVlaxine Stern, Sheila Simkin. Emily Rushin, Cindy Egerton, Joe Deutsch. Second Row: Richard Windham, Jerome Stern, Richard Rickert. Michael Robinson. Nancy Combes, Dewey Collins. Nancy Whipple, Chris Far- ran, Louis Bourne, Kent Dixon. DEBATE SQUAD DEBATE SQUAD — Left to Right: Al Gilliam. Heyward Clayton. Jeff Lawrence. Bill Patterson, Buddy Broome. Kermit Ewing. Bill Imes, Earl Baker, President; Frank Mayfield. ■ ■■ ■» a m [l 1 Li ?j i T13 - ' Pi ■M • ' ' 1 L H ■ IL ' fl B J fwi H 1 C Ko «- t ■PS, 1 X j B|«»«P ■ 1 1 1 ll ' ' ' ' V 1 f Vki ■ -—-A 1 i M 1 Bt A TJ m, , i H l fl ' r H m m J i ' ' .-fc- Hh ' v 1 1 y i( 3 nk BH » . E F I B 1 H m- ' .- ' V i M HlK l ' a ejMi ' ' m .J BEN HAMMETT, CAPTAIN Pitcher The Tarheels opened the season in Gainesville, Florida against the Gators of the University of Florida. The Heels were massacred 0-19 and the season that had held such high promise looked like it might be a long one. Carolina pulled together and worked to an 8-2 record as they entered into ACQ competition. The Tarheels were jolted by Wake Forest, Mary- land, and Clemson in succession and again the season looked bleak. After this miserable start the baseballers thundered to eleven straight wins and the ACC title during which Wayne Young was uncanny on the mound and outfielders Tommy GERALD GRIFFIN Outfielder Saintsing, Johnny Burgwyn, and Gerald Griffin led a fantastic defense which led the ACC in fielding. The final win over Duke ' s Blue Devils was a heartstopping finish to a truly Cinderella ACC campaign. The Tarheels represented the conference in the NCAA District 3 playoffs and swept to three straight wins only to be eliminated in two straight games in the College World Series at Omaha, Nebraska. Under the superb coaching of Walter Rabb the Tarheels had a truly great year with a 22-7 record. BRUCE CRUMP Catcher « HEELs First Row: Lindsey Frost, Nicky Warren, Carroll Bolick, Gerald Griffin, Paul Swing, Tommy Saintsing. Ferg Norton, and Tommy Camp. Second Row: Larry Neal, Bruce Crump, Len Dellolio, Vaughn Bryson, Bud Ellerbee, and John Burgwyn. Third Row: Coach Walter Rabb, Wayne Young, Jack Rees, John Stott, Al Baldwin, Dave Murr, Bob Deaton, Captain Ben Hammett, Assistant Coach Harry Lloyd, and Trainer Warren Morris. Crump lines one between short and thir Intieldeis fuig Moiton, Harold Workman, Larry Graver, and Vaughn Bryson. WAYNE YOUNG. ALL-AMERICAN Pitcher TOMMY SAINTSING Outfielder r 1 5 wtElvr INTRAMURALS I Bg Mp sai IB ' nCTfc: » Jk I ZL IJ mS S ' j Kk iSHfl i 9 ' BB L- ' iMm w0 r ScAaU 0 cuiA SCHOOL OF LAW LAW SCHOOL ASSOCIATION — Cliff Moore, Chief Justice; Richard S. Jones, Treasurer; Louis Singleton, President; Robert Pope, Secretary; Don Boone, Vice-President. H. P. BRANDIS, JR. Dean N. C. LAW REVIEW — Seated: John Shaw, Associate Editor; Jim Preston, Editor-in-Chief; Bill IVIcNair, Associate Editor. Standing: John Kerr, Business Manager; Ken Penegar, Associate Editor. LAW SCHOOL FACULTY — Seated: Frederick B. McCall, M. S. Brecl enridge, M. T. Van Hecke, Henry P. Brandis, Jr., Robert H. Wettach, Herbert R. Baer, John P. Dalzell. Standing: Mary V . Oliver, Roy G. Hall, Daniel H. Pollitt, Robin L. Hinson, Seymour W. Wurful, James D. Phillips, Frank W . Hanft. FIRST YEAR OFFICERS Left to Right: Jim Harper, President; Borden Hal- lowes, Vice-President; Claudia Watkins, Secretary; Ray Stanley, Treasurer. SECOND YEAR OFFICERS Left to Right: Jim Erwin, Secretary; Robert Gunn, Treasurer; Walter Early, Vice-President; Charles Vincent, President. THIRD YEAR OFFICERS Left to Right: Sam Booth, Treasurer; Jacl Lewis, President; Don Musch, Secretary; Bill Pittman, Vice-President. STUDENT LEGAL RESEARCH SERVICE Left to Right: Charlie Hensey, Second Year Staff Member; LaFontine Odom, Second Year Staff Member; Charles McGirt, Assistant Director; Jim MacRae, Director, MOOT COURT Left to Right: Jack Stevens, Jack Lewis, Jr.. Bob Clay. THIRD YEAR First Row: Adams, John, Delta Theta Phi, Asheboro Akins, Waverly F., Delta Theta Phi, Varina Alexander, John, Phi Alpha Delta, Monroe Alphin, Oliver, Delta Theta Phi, Mount Olive Alvis, Jerry, Phi Delta Phi, Chapel Hill Barnes, Henson Perrymoore. Elizabethtown Second Row: BIythe, Robert, Phi Delta Phi, Huntersville Bondurant. Marvin Vernon, Delta Theta Phi, Chapel Hill Boone, Donald Lee, Phi D elta Phi, High Point Booth, Samuel, Phi Alpha Delta, Chapel Hill Bradley, Robert, Delta Theta Phi, Chapel Hill Brewer. Joe, Phi Alpha Delta, Moravian Falls Third Row: Briggs, Ernest Ray, Phi Alpha Delta, Sanlord Brovjn, Calvin Lee, Roanoke Rapids Brown, Franklin, Phi Alpha Delta, Tarboro Cheatham, James, Phi Delta Phi, Chapel Hill Clay, Robert, Phi Alpha Delta, Raleigh Coble, John, Delta Theta Phi, Greensboro Fourth Row: Cole. James. Delta Theta Phi, Salisbury Coolidge, Warren. Delta Theta Phi, Spring Lake Curtis. Cecil. Delta Theta Phi, Marion Cutter. John H., Phi Delta Phi, Charlotte Dameron, Charles Edward, III, Delta Theta Phi, Asheville Early, Walter, Delta Theta Phi, Rocky Mount Fifth Row: Ferguson, Thomas H,, Phi Delta Phi, Sylva Floyd, Jack, Delta Theta Phi, Gastonia Fox, Charles, Phi Delta Phi, Fayetteville Fox, Elizabeth Corbett, Fayetteville Fox, Richard, Phi Alpha Delta, Lowell. Mass. Fuller, Thomas Cornelius, II, Durham Sixth Row: Futrelle, Robert Howard, Delta Theta Phi, Chapel Hill Giles, Harry, Phi Alpha Delta, Durham Haire, Robert Phillip, West Jefferson Haley, Daniel, Phi Delta Phi, Greensboro Harney, John, Phi Delta Phi, Edenton Helms, Harold, Delta Theta Phi, Chapel Hill Seventh Row: Hollowell, Edward Phi Delta Phi, Aurora Huffman, Robert, Delta Theta Phi, Kannapolis Humphrey, George D., Phi Alpha Delta, Chapel Hill James, Harvey, Delta Theta Phi, Burlington Jenkins, K. v.. Jr.. Delta Theta Phi, Goldsboro Jolly, Raymond, Phi Delta Phi, Chapel Hill Eighth Row: Lewis. John B.. Jr., Phi Delta Phi, Farmville Knox, Howard A., Jr.. Delta Theta Phi, Chapel Hill Kerr. John H., Ill, Phi Delta Phi, Warrenton Kearns, E. N.. Delta Theta Phi, Lexington Jones. R. S.. Jr., Phi Delta Phi, Franklin Jones. E. R., Jr., Delta Theta Phi, Winston-Salem Page 356 First Row: Loftin, Carl, Phi Delta Phi, Weaverville Lyon, Harllee, Phi Delta Phi, Durham MacRae, James, Phi Delta Phi, Fayetteville McCoy, Dennis Frederick, Phi Delta Phi, Upper Montclair, N. J. McCubbins, B. D., Phi Alpha Delta, Chapel Hill McGirt, Charles, Delta Theta Phi, Lenoir Second Row: McNair, William Harvey, Delta Theta Phi, Winston-Salem Markham, Allan, Phi Alpha Delta, Chapel Hill Maydanis, P. N., Phi Alpha Delta, Charlotte Mills, Frank, Phi Delta Phi, Wadesboro Moore, Clifton, Phi Delta Phi, Burgaw Morgan, E. H., Phi Delta Phi, Spartanburg Third Row: Morrison, Anne Bridges, Chapel Hill Osborne, Ray Claiborne, Delta Theta Phi, Winston-Salem Pender, William, Phi Delta Phi, Charlotte Penegar, Kenneth, Phi Alpha Delta, Gastonia Pittman, William, Phi Delta Phi, Sanford Pope, Robert, Delta Theta Phi, Fayetteville Fourth Row: Potter, Ralph, Delta Theta Phi, Wilmington Preston, James, Phi Delta Phi, Charlotte Price, Glenn, Delta Theta Phi, Marion Pulley, William, Delta Theta Phi, Durham Ragsdale, George, Phi Delta Phi, Raleigh Rhodes, John, Delta Theta Phi, Chapel Hill Fifth Row: Rightsell, W. T., Delta Theta Phi, Greensboro Robinson. Hoyle L., Delta Theta Phi, Candor Sessoms, Billy, Delta Theta Phi, Pinebluff Shaw, John, Phi Delta Phi, Fayetteville Singleton, A. L., Phi Alpha Delta, Chapel Hill Smith, Eugene, Delta Theta Phi, Matthevirs Sixth Row: Smith, Henry, Phi Alpha Delta, Monroe Souza, R. v.. Phi Alpha Delta, Dunedin, Fla. Stevens, John, Phi Delta Phi, Asheville Thomas, Allen, Phi Alpha Delta, Wilson Townsend, William, Delta Theta Phi, Saint Pauls Full, Thomas, Phi Alpha Delta, Louisburg Seventh Row: Twisdale, John, Phi Alpha Delta, Smithfield Vosburgh, James, Delta Theta Phi, Durham Warley, Paul, Delta Theta Phi, Chapel Hill Weaver. Michael, Delta Theta Phi, Greensboro Whitley, John, Phi Alpha Delta, Chapel Hill Williams, Samuel, Delta Theta Phi, Charlotte Eighth Row: Wilson, Lawrence, Delta Theta Phi, Danville, Va. Winston, Barry, Phi Alpha Delta, Chapel Hill Page 357 SECOND YEAR First Row: Allman, Carl, Delta Theta Phi, Webster Ames, W, S,, Delta Theta Phi, Berwyn, Pa. Askew, Stell Blake, Jr., Chapel Hill Banzet, Julius E., Ill, Warrenton Bass, Gerald L,, Delta Theta Phi, Havelock Bell, Frank M., Jr,, Phi Delta Phi, Charlotte Second Row: Benoy, Jean Allen, Chapel Hill Berry, Hiram A., Phi Alpha Delta, Fayetteville Blankenship, M. J., Delta Theta Phi, Charlotte Brannon, Anthony Mason, Durham Burroughs, R. M., Phi Delta Phi, Chapel Hill Carson, James H., Jr., Phi Delta Phi, Chapel Hill Third Row: Carter, C. W., Delta Theta Phi, Winston-Salem Chambers, Julius LeNonne, Mt. Gilead Chesson, Calvin W., Phi Alpha Delta, Raleigh Collura, Vincent Paul, Miami, Fla. Costen, Thomas B., Phi Alpha Delta, Gatesville Creekmore, J. P,, Phi Alpha Delta, Whiteville Fourth Row: Crenshaw, Garland Deane, Victoria, Va. Cushman, C. A., Phi Delta Theta, Philadelphia, Pa. Dover, John Randolph, III, Chapel Hill Doyle, Howard G., Phi Alpha Delta, Zebulon Erwin, James P., Jr., Delta Theta Phi, Durham Etheridge, W. D., Delta Theta Phi, Oak City Fifth Row: Evans, Gabriel Marlin, High Point Everett, W. H., Delta Theta Phi, Williamston Gunn, R. L., Delta Theta Phi, Chapel Hill Hall, Robert L., Hope Mills Helms, J. H., Phi Delta Phi, Chapel Hill Henderson, P. Q., Phi Delta Phi, Charlotte Sixth Row: Hendren, Wm. G., Phi Delta Phi, New Bern Hensey, Charles, Phi Alpha Delta, Maxton Horton, Hugh G., Jr., Chapel Hill Huffman, W. G., Delta Theta Phi, Hickory Hunter, G, P., Jr., Phi Delta Phi, Charlotte James, R. S., Phi Alpha Delta, Wilmington Seventh Row: Johnston, Hall, Phi Delta Phi, Charlotte Jones, Harvey, Phi Alpha Delta, Raleigh Lee, Alvis Augustus, Greensboro Lively, Knox, Phi Alpha Delta, Reidsville McCuiston, W. T., Delta Theta Phi, Greensboro Mclver, Lee L., East Orange, N. J. Eighth Row: McNaull, W. D., Delta Theta Phi, Charlotte McNeely, Richard Pope, Statesville Matlock, Frank, Phi Alpha Delta, Greensboro Meisnere, Arthur S., Chapel Hill Merriman, William, Phi Delta Phi, Raleigh Millett, Francis, Delta Theta Phi, Chapel Hill Ninth Row: Miscall, Laurence, Phi Alpha Delta, Forest Hills, N. J. Moore, James E., Delta Theta Phi, Greenville Morgan, James Alvin, Asheville Odom, T. L., Phi Alpha Delta, Chapel Hill Patterson, J. K., Phi Alpha Delta, Burlington Payne, R, W,, Phi Delta Phi, Norfolk. Va, Tenth Row: Pearlman, Robert Bruce, Chapel Hill Poole, S. H., Phi Delta Phi, Chapel Hill Powell, J. P., Phi Delta Phi, Chapel Hill Read, James Milton, Jr., Halifax Rector, William Baylis, Jr., Rocky Mount Redwine, H. M., Phi Delta Phi, Lexington Eleventh Row: Reynolds, P. L., Phi Delta Phi, Chapel Hill Rosenberg, John M., Gastonia Rowe, Ronald D., Chapel Hill Scarborough. Q. J., Jr., Fayetteville Schreiber, James R., Arden Schwartz, Elliott Murnick, Charlotte SECOND YEAR First Row: Shelton, Charles Randal. Winston-Salem Shepherd. James Dale. Haw River Starnes. Thomas Monroe, Concord Stephenson. Larry Adams, Phi Delta Plii, Fuquay Springs Stone, John Edgar, Siler City Second Row: Vanore, Andrew, Phi Alpha Delta, Robbins Vincent, Charles Read, Delta Theta Phi, Murfreesboro Warlick. John Drew, Delta Theta Phi, Jacksonville Weiler. Robert. Delta Theta Phi, Chapel Hil Whitfield, Paul. Delta Theta Phi, Durham Third Row: Whitty, John, Phi Delta Phi, New Bern Winthrop, Warren. Phi Alpha Delta, New Haven, Conn. Wooten, William I., Phi Delta Phi, Greenville Worsley, Gerald Killian, Greenville FIRST YEAR First Row: Adams, Franklin LaVerne, Jr., Rowland Alexander. Lee Stack, Monroe Barefoot, John Harding, Benson Barrington, Carl Adam. Jr.. Fayetteville Berdick. Leonard Stanley, New Rochelle, N, Blue, James Franklin, II, Chapel Hill Second Row: Bonds. William Turner. Lakewood, Ohio Brock. Floyd Devon. Bunn Level Brown. James Thomas. Jr.. Goldsboro Brumley. Alfred Neal, Charlotte Bryant, Thomas Fletcher, Greenville, S. (;. Bullock. Frank William, Jr., Oxford Third Row: Burch. Stephen Ross, Edenton Cameron. Dallas. Jr., Lake Waccamaw Cannon, Boyd Harvey. Shelby Carlton, John Phillips. Pinetops Chorebanian. Aram Myron. Hamlet Cole. Herman Alphonso, Jr., Clayton Fourth Row: Collier. Forrest Leonard. II, Charlotte Connor. David Marion. Chapel Hill Cowper. Stephen C. Kinston Crihfield. Glenn Stevenson. Durham Davis. John Allen. Thomasville Deaver. Bobby Gray, Chapel Hill Fifth Row: Dozier, William Biemann, Raleigh Dunn. James Allan. Jr.. Salisbury Edwards. Rudolph Lee. Rutherfordton Fogleman, Louis Henry, Jr., Wadesboro Ford, Carl Spenser, Charlotte Groce, Edwin Ray, Yadkinville. Page 359 FIRST YEAR First Row: Hallowes, Borden Rhea, Jacksonville, Fla. Hamill, Roscoe WMkins, III, Roanoke Rapids Hammond, Lawrence Townley, Jr., Randleman Hardymon, Glen Bowers, Durham Heller. David, Falls Church, Va. Henline, Harold Dean, Chapel Hill Second Row: Hollers, Russell Joseph, Durham Holshouser, John Leidy, Jr., New York, N. Hunt, John T., Durham Jacobs, Donald M., Raleigh Jaffe, Michael D.. Jamaica, N. Y. Johnson, Loran Armstrong, Asheville Third Row: Johnston, J. Phillips Little, Raleigh Jones, William Louis, Raleigh Katzenstein, Charles Jackson, Jr., New York, N. Kellam, William Julius, Jr., Greensboro Kelly, Edward Glenn, Sanford Kienle, Richard William, Charlotte Fourth Row: Killian, Johnny Hulan, Waynesville Korn, Paul Aaron, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Lake, Elbert Montague. Mebane Lassiter, J. Donnell, Burlington Lewis, Richard Mullington, Whiteville Long, James Monroe, Blanch Fifth Row: Lynn, Daniel Carson, Raleigh McMillion, Donald Clark. Chapel Hill Mackie, Carter G., Raleigh Mercer, Ella Rose, Beulaville Moretz, Joseph Alfred. Boone Morton, James Henry, Proctorville Sixth Row: Moseley. Wendell Clay, Roanoke Rapids Nichols. Richard Lee. Miami. Fla. Olive, Richard Langdon, Summit, N. J. Oliver. Otis Martin Mt. Airy Olsen. Daniel Duncan. Chapel Hill Paderick, Clifton Waldo, Kinston Seventh Row: Pearsall, Mack Braswell, Chapel Hill Rand, William Ripley, Wilson Redding, John Howard, Asheboro Reynolds, Lawrence Brenwood, Clinton Rivenbark, James Baxter. Chapel Hill Robinson. Spottswood Epes. Durham Eighth Row: Salem. Albert McCall. Jr.. Havelock Salley, Alfred N., Asheville Sandman, H. Arthur, Chapel Hill Sapp, Edwin Greenlaw, Chapel Hill Schwoebel, Louis H., Ill, Winston-Salem Sharpe, Benny Sandlin, Jacksonville Ninth Row: Smith, Robert Bland, Jr., Edenton Smith, Wade Marvin, Albemarle Somers. Bobby Vance. Cleveland Stephenson. Shelby Dean. Benson Stepp, William Harley. Jr.. Chapel Hill Tharrington. James Harold. Raleigh Tenth Row: Thompson, Tarlton Roberts, Jr., Aurora Warren, Alwood Bulluck, Wilmington Watkins, Claudia Erwin, Durham White, Perry Mack, Chapel Hill Whitley, John Bryan, Thomasville Williams, Robert Ransom, III, Asheville Eleventh Row: Wilson, Robert White, Jr., Yanceyville Woodall, Edward Marshall, Chapel Hill Woodard, Robert Leion, Kenly Woodley, Samuel Spruill, Jr., Columbia 7, C4mc w.: . 4;C M . TENNIS John Talley, Richard Sanders, Neal Dickman, Tommy Ricks, Walker Lockett, Phil Causey, Bruce Sylvia, Marshall Happer, Captain Ben Keys, Will Hansel, Bill Shettle, and Coach Don Skakle. 1960 RESULTS UNC 0pp. UNC Opp 4 Williams 5 8 George Washington 1 5 Williams 4 9 Davidson 9 South Carolina 8 N. C. State 1 4 Harvard 5 5 Duke 4 9 Davidson 9 Clemson 8 Indiana 1 7 Wake Forest 2 6 Georgetown 3 7 Virginia 2 7 Wisconsin 2 6 Maryland 3 CAPTAIN BEN KEYS AND COACH DON SKAKLE • i-- r ' MARSHALL HAPPER WALTER LOCKETT Carolina ' s tennis team swept to the ACC title last spring while winning 14 matches and losing only to powerful Harvard and Williams. The Tarheels traveled to Washington early in the season to participate in the Cherry Blossom Tournament and swept to victories over Georgetown, Wisconsin and George Washington to win first place in the tournament. The Tarheels so completely dominated ACC play that they had only one close match, that being a 5-4 win over runnerup Duke University. The number one and two positions on the team were well-manned with senior Ben Keys and outstanding junior Bruce Sylvia. Sylvia won the ACC singles championship and then teamed with Keys to take the doubles title. The 1961 tennis team should be another championship one for Carolina with Sylvia and several young sophomores for Coach Don Skakle to choose from. TOMMY RICKS BEN KEYS AND BRUCE SYLVIA ACC Doubles Champions ■ ' . l k ' _ .v ' .._i -i- H r ■:i : r ' i!:v - " ■ ' A ' . ' l e? ' . ' v.. , - K " •f l I SCHOOL OF MEDICINE This year represents the 81st year of medical education at the University and the eighth year that the IVl.D. is being offered by the University at Chapel Hill. In addition to offering the four years of undergraduate medical education, the faculty and staff have given instruction to students in the Graduate School and all of the professional schools in the Division of Health Affairs. They also direct the training of interns and resident physicians at the Memorial Hospital and offer postgraduate medical courses throughout the state. W. REECE BERRYHILL Dean FACULTY OF THE MEDICAL SCHOOL — Seated: Drs. Wfomack, Berryhill, Ross. Fergueson, MacPherson. Standing: Richardson, Fleming, Anderson, Cadmus, Welt, Hooker, Irvin, Ham, Butler, Brinkhous. WHITEHEAD MEDICAL SOCIETY — First Row: Jim Earnhardt, Bob Pierce, Bill Bost, Ira Hardy, Stacy Miller, Ray Newsome. Second Row: John Marriott, Mac McLean, Carl Phipps, Fred Summers, Karl Barkley, Dick Hudson. HONOR COUNCIL — First Row: Pat Henderson, Bob Cowan, Bill Gibson, Flint Rhodes. Second Row: Pete LaRowe, Bill Pitser, Jim Robinson, Everette James, Bob Boerner. FOURTH YEAR First Row: Blair, James Howard, Jr., Phi Chi, High Point Britt, Robert Carl, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Lumberton Brown, William Lee, Roanoke Rapids Bruton, Henry David, Candor Clark, Daniel Eason, Everetts Second Row: Clarke, William Mynell, Fayettevilie Clontz, Franklin Delano, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Morganton Council, John Cromarte, Phi Chi, Sumter, S. C. DiFazio, Cosmo Americo, Kappa Psi, Sigma Xi, Rho Chi, Chapel Hill Fennegan, Francis Michael, Fairmont Third Row: Gibson, William Stephen, Jr., Phi Chi, Chapel Hill Graham, John Calhoun, Jr., Phi Chi, Red Springs Grigg. Claud McNeill, Phi Chi, Pi Kappa Psi, Albemarle Hale, Leslie Morgan, Pi Alpha Theta, Fayettevilie Hudson, Richard Woodard, Vandemere Fourth Row: Lackey, Dale Rea, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Fallston Lohr, Lloyd Dermot, Lexington McGee, Zell Allison, Phi Chi, Winston-Salem Matthews, Wilbur Pullen. Jr., Raleigh Miller, Roy Wayne, Salisbury Fifth Row: Morgan, William Watson, Jr., Phi Chi, Canton Newsome, Albert Ray. Phi Chi, Winston-Salem Nicholas, Carmine Franklin. Concord Noel, Robert Frederick, Phi Chi, Henderson O ' Briant, Charles Rex, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa, Bunnlevel Sixth Row: Owens, William Lawrence. Alpha Epsilon Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, Fountain Patseauouras, Louie Lee. Phi Chi, Rocky Mount Pittman, Malory Alfred, Jr., Phi Chi, Chapel Hill Rand, Joe Higdon, Alpha Tau Omega, Wilson Reaves, Leonard Erastus, III, Phi Chi, Fayettevilie Seventh Row: Richardson, Bobby Arthur. Phi Chi, Bessemer City Robinson, James Hendry, Phi Chi, Clinton Sharpless, Edward Arthur. Phi Chi, Alpha Omega Alpha, Mendham Shuford, William Ferrell, Jr., Phi Chi, Clinton Tayloe, Joshua, Phi Chi, Washington Eighth Row: Trachtenberg, Stephen Jay, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Pi Lambda Phi, Jacksonville Wells, Donn Allison, Phi Chi, Albertson White, William Henry, Jr., Phi Chi, Phi Beta Kappa, Sanford Page 368 THIRD YEAR First Row: Barkley, Karl Lee, Raleigh Bolch, Oscar Howard, Jr., Albemarle Bostian, Karl Eugene, Raleigh Browning, Robert Locke, Phi Chi, Monroe Carter, Robert Ashe, Mars Hill Second Row: Cole, Tollie Boyce, Phi Chi, Acme Craven, Jesse Clarence, Ramseur Eller, Jerry Jay, Phi Chi, Greensboro Floyd, Giles Cowan, Charlotte Gable, Thomas William, Goldsboro Third Row: Gibbs, James Harrison. Phi Chi, Chapel Hill Griffin, Marion Wilson, Davidson Hartzog, Henry Gerard, III, Raleigh Hayworth, Ray Milton, Asheboro Kouri, Moses Lawrence, Phi Chi, Shelby Fourth Row: Latham, William Carson, Phi Chi, Bethel Lewis, Raymond Harold, Phi Chi, Winston-Salem Lynn, Arthur Simonton, Jr., Albemarle McCormack, John Newton, Spindale McLean, John Marshall, Ayer, Mass. Fifth Row: Madison, Ward Napier, Phi Chi, Biltmore Forest Miller, Edward James, Grumpier Monroe, John Lauchlin, West End Morris, Kenny Jordan, Phi Chi, Newton Giove Phipps, Carl Spencer, Chapel Hill Sixth Row: Pittman, James Patrick, Goldsboro Reeder, Alton Alfred, Seagrove Roberts, Franz Joseph, Hillsboro Salle, Judith Frances, Washington Scott, Harry White, Phi Chi, Greenville Seventh Row: Shuford, Fuller Adams, Asheville Smith, James Franklin, Phi Chi, Murphy Smith. Miriam Frances, Kannapolis Watson, David Thomas, Raleigh Withers, Abner Carr, Spencer Zollicoffer, Lawrence. Littleton SECOND YEAR First Row: Biggers. William Paul. Phi Chi, Chapel Hill Bowman, Robley Kivette. Phi Chi, Taylorsville Burke. William Richard, Jr., Alpha Epsilon Delta, Wilson Burnam. Jesse Andrew, Phi Chi, Cordele, Ga. Caldwell, Bruce Francis, Clyde Second Row: Grumpier. James Fulton, Jr., Phi Chi, Rocky Mount Dalton, John Weber, Jr., Forest City Darden. William Adams. Stantonsburg Davis. Dave McAlister, Phi Chi, Evanston. III. Deal. William Brown, Phi Chi, Chapel Hill Page 369 SECOND YEAR First Row: Dunlap, Benjamin Emerson, Phi Chi, Wagram Gallagher, John Michael, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Phi Chi, Seattle. Wash. Gerock, Henry Walter, Jr., Maysville Goff, Rowland Daley, Jr., Phi Chi, Dunn Goodman, Benjamin Mitchell, Jr., Gates Second Row: Goodson, John Phillip. Mt. Olive Hardy, Ira May, Chapel Hill Hemingway, George Capers, Jr., Winston-Salem Jackson, Larry Kent, Durham James, Alton Everette, Jr., Phi Chi, Robersonville Third Row: Jolly, William Oscar, III, Phi Chi, Ayden Kannan, Mickael Moses, Varina Mathews. Robert S., Phi Chi, Hertford Parker, James Lee, Enfield Pate, Eugene Wesley, Jr., Phi Chi, Kinston Fourth Row: Ritch, Douglas Lamar, Belmont Rose, James William, Phi Chi, Pikeville Sawyer, Charles Judson, III, Phi Chi, Wind Sawyer, Horace Kimbrell, Jr., Atlanta, Ga. Scott, Samuel Edwin, Phi Chi, Burlington Fifth Row: Shaffer, Stephen Roger, Phi Chi, Tryon Sillmon, David Wilde. Greensboro Smith, Jerry Allen, Salisbury Stiles, Eddie Phillips, Chi Beta Phi, Chapel Hill Summers, Fred D., Statesville Sixth Row: Taylor, Chet Winfield, Jr., Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Chi, Alplia Epsilon Delta, Castle Hayne Taylor, Lawrence Arthur, Reidsville Taylor, William Howard, Aberdeen Wallace, Kelley, Jr., Phi Chi, Greenville Weaver, Roy Albert, Phi Chi, Four Oaks Seventh Row: White, James Grady, Phi Chi, Charlotte Whitson, Theodore Clark, Phi Chi, Relief Williams, David Robert, Biscoe FIRST YEAR First Row: Albert, Rudolph Franz, Nebo Atchison, James William David, Bii Beard. John Nichols, Durham Berryhill, Bruce Holt, Charlotte Brabson, Winslow, Houston, Tex. Second Row: Broom. Harry Lee, Chapel Hill Crist, Takey, Phi Chi, Chapel Hill Croom, Robert DeVane, III. Maxton Curry, Roy Lee, Jr., Alpha Epsilon Delta, Monroe Earnhardt, James Frederick, Thomasville m El yy m Page 370 FIRST YEAR First Row: Eddings, Tally Harry, II, Tabor City Fisher, Ear! Elliott, jr., Fairmont Folds, Albert Rainey, Carrboro Fox, John Birkhead, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Asheville Gaffney, Clyde Monroe, III, Greenville, S. C Second Row: Gaskins, James Alfred, Jr., New Bern Gillis, David Black, Jr., Chapel Hill Goldstein, Marvin Ray, Wadsworth, Ohio Gregory. Hugh Stanley, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Swannanoa Henderson, George Patrick, Jr., Maxton Third Row: Hunsinger, Drew Charles, Charlotte Hunt, Ernest Woodrow, Jr., Alpha Epsilon Delta, Daytona Beach, Fta. Hurt, Joe Paul, Raleigh Jack, Bernard Roy, Chapel Hill Johnson, Charles Allen, Hickory Fourth Row: Kilpatrick, Wilbur Kerby, Pembroke Kinlaw, William Knox, Jr., Lumberton Kwon, Byung Kook, Chapel Hill LaRowe. Peter Clark, Chi Psi, Bronxville, N. Y. Long, William Brenisen, Chapel Hill Fifth Row: Love. James Thomas, Jr., Laurinburg McDevitt, Noel Bruce, Asheville McGirt, Murphy Frank, Jr., Maxton McLees, Charles Thomas, Greensboro McLeod, Malcolm Noell, Sanford Sixth Row: Mangum, Richard Arnold, Chapel Hill Mauldin, Ronald Lee, Concord Monroe, William Murchison, Sanford Moser, Artus Monroe, Jr., Swannanoa Nelms. Donald Kenneth, Salisbury Seventh Row: Newton, Jimmie Isaac, Concord Peacock, Jack Baxter, Laurinburg Phillips, Jasper Louis, Jr., Kinston Pierce, Robert James, Rocky Point Price, Robert Edwin, Jr., Reidsville Eighth Row: Reynolds, James Woodrow, Jr., Newton Rose, Augustus Steele, Jr., Beverly Hills, Calif. Sabiston, Frank, Jr., Kinston Shankle, Clemm Harry, Troy Talbot, Walter Wade, Swannanoa Ninth Row: Taylor, Russell Carl, Mt. Airy Thomas, Edwin Scott, Asheboro Venters, Wayne Burnette. Jacksonville Wheeless, Clifford Robert, Raleigh Whitfield, Charles Lyne, Atlanta, Ga. Tenth Row: Whitford, Howard Norman, Jr., Washington Whitley, Donald Phillip, Hickory Williams, James Lynch, Asheville Wooten, Robin Nathaniel, Jr., Monroe Page 371 Page 372 SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY The graduates in dentistry, dental hygiene, and in the several graduate school programs have permitted a range of pro- fessional service to the people of this state and nation which has attracted the most favorable attention. Again, the faculty and the dean are proud to present the class of 1961, wherein the individual members are assured a place of leadership at various professional and community levels. One of the continuing obligations of the faculty in the clinical and basic science areas is the extension of the fron- tiers of knowledge, and, thereby, provide a greater health service to people everywhere. The expanded research interests in all areas is a positive expression that the faculty and grad- uate students have addressed themselves to this important mission. JOHN C. BRAUER Dean FACULTY — First Row: Lupton, Barton, Holland, Evans, Crandall, Nelson, C. Sturdevant, Atteyak, Brauer, Surles, Higley. Second Row: Miska, Irvin, Richardson, Cummings, Allen. King. Sowter. Demerritt. Schneider, Barkar, Chapin, Sager. Shankle. Strickland. Lindahl. Page 374 SifSifMiSmfl ' ' FOURTH YEAR OFFICERS — Claris Bean. Vice-President; Gerald Cathy, President; Ttiurman Bulla, Secretary-Treasurer. THIRD YEAR OFFICERS — Edward Petit, Vice-President; Ttiomas, President; Rivers Upchurch. Secretary-Treasurer. SPURGEON DENTAL SOCIETY — Seated: Frank Pattishall, Joe Laton, Larry Dorton, Jay Collie. Standing: Thomas E. Butler, Virginia Lawson. Jane Arnold, Tom Vinson. SECOND YEAR OFFICERS — W. J. Lee. Vice-President; Jack Che sson. President; Larry Carrol. Secretary-Treasurer. FIRST YEAR OFFICERS — Lawrence Posey. Secretary-Treasurer; James Privette. President; Walter Witherspoon. Vice-President. Page 375 FOURTH YEAR First Row: Anderson, George D., Jr., Xi Psi Phi, Aberdeen Baker, Benjamin R., Xi Psi Phi, Greensboro Bean, William Claris, Delta Sigma Delta, Mebane Bulla, Thurman C, Xi Psi Phi, Asheboro Second Row: Butler, Wallace Bob, Psi Omega, Burlington Carnevale, Reynolds A., Xi Psi Phi, Chapel Hill Cathey, Gerald Mason, Gastonia Craig, Joe Billy, Lincolnton Third Row: Daughtry. Curtiss W., Xi Psi Phi, Smithfield Dorton, Marion Lamar, Xi Psi Phi, Landis Fair, Ronald Edwin, Chapel Hill Hedrick, Paul Perry, Delta Sigma Delta, Lenoir Fourth Row: Johnson, Dewey E., Jr., Psi Omega, Charleston, S. C. McGhee, James G., Psi Omega, Chapel Hill McLees, James Kitner, Psi Omega, Greensboro McRee, Robert Wade, Jr., Psi Omega, Charlotte Fifth Row: Moon, Hewitt Edward, Xi Psi Phi, Kannapolis Nantz, Glenn Rodney, Delta Sigma Delta, Chapel Hill Orlin, David, Chapel Hill Pattishall, Frankim D., Psi Omega, Burlmgton Sixth Row: Raby, Claude L., Jr., Xi Psi Phi, Chapel Hill Smiley, Gary R.. Spartanburg, S. C. Spencer, William R., Psi Omega, Draper Stancil, John H., Delta Sigma Delta, Kannapolis Seventh Row: Suggs, Robert B , III, Xi Psi Phi, Belmont Troutman, Dennis F., Charlotte Upchurch, Jack Belvin, Xi Psi Phi, Raleigh VanVleet, David E., Delta Sigma Delta, Chapel Hill Eighth Row: Walker, Oscar B., Psi Omega, Gastonia Warren, Bert B., Alpha Epsilon Delta, Delta Sigma Delta, Farmville Wilson, Noah R., Jr., Delta Sigma Delta, Wilson ' s Mills Woody, Gordon R., Jr., Psi Omega, Durham Page 376 THIRD YEAR First Row: Ashworth, Derwood L., Psi Omega, Durham Bebber, James v., Xi Psi Phi, Taylorsville Buford, John T. H., Xi Psi Phi, Salisbury Cool , Dennis S., Delta Sigma Delta, Lenoir Culbreath, James C, Jr., Psi Omega, Chapel Hil Second Row: Drake. Claude W., Xi Psi Phi, Como Duncan, Allie H., Delta Sigma Delta, Roanoke Rapids Gustafson. Bruce A., Psi Omega, Washington Gwynn, William H , Psi Omega, Chapel Hill Hagaman, Robert P., Psi Omega, Lenoir Third Row: Hall. Norman Curtis, Psi Omega, Hurdle Mills Herring, Wilborn M., Xi Psi Phi, Chapel Hill High, Roy Shelton, Psi Omega, Chapel Hill Jackson, Don Ferreil, Delta Sigma Delta, Dunn Laton, Joseph F., Aberdeen Fourth Row: Lawrence, Eugene W,, Jr., XI Psi Phi, Chapel Hill Marbry, Donald Lee, Psi Omega, Chapel Hill Maus. Lewis McKinney, Psi Omega, Burbank, Calif. Maus, Paul, Jr., Delta Sigma Delta, C hapel Hill Mayberry, Roland Delta Sigma Delta, Gastonia Fifth Row: Mayo, George E., Ill, Psi Omega, Fremont Nash, Shepard D.. Xi Psi Phi, St. Pauls Peck, Harvey, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Durham Petit, Edward Leroy, Xi Psi Phi, Carrboro Robinson, Charles F., Charlotte Sixth Row: Rogers. Harding W., Jr., Mooresville Sowers, Jerry W., Psi Omega, High Point Sutphin, Hugh E., Xi Psi Phi, Mt. Airy Thomas. Robert E.. Psi Omega, Ramseur Upchurch, Gilbert R.. Psi Omega, Smithfield Wicker, Bryant K., Psi Omega, McCain Poge 377 SECOND YEAR First Row: Abernethy, John A., Carrboro Barts, John W., Psi Omega, Yanceyville Baucom, Thomas A., Xi Psi Phi, Indian Trail Byrum, Albert G , Delta Sigma Delta, Edenton Campbell, John K., Xi Psi Phi, Jacksonville, Fla. Second Row: Carroll, Larry W., Xi Psi Phi, St. Pauls Cavlness, William R., Delta Sigma Delta, Sanford Cobb, Numa W., Jr., Xi Psi Phi, Gibsonville Collie, Jay M,, Xi Psi Phi, Durham Davis. William G., Delta Sigma Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, Winston-Salem Third Row: Dennis, Bill, Xi Psi Phi, Chapel Hill Ennis. Myron H., Delta Sigma Delta, Goldsboro Ferlazzo. Philip A.. Psi Omega, Quantico, Va. Gunter, Jerry M., Psi Omega, Gastonia Homes, Garland P., Delta Sigma Delta, Washington Fourth Row: Lee. William J,, Chapel Hill Lotz. Daniel M., Northport. N. Y. McCracken, Frank W., Delta Sigma Delta, Sanford Massey, Carl B., Psi Omega, Waxhaw Meadows. Van B., Delta Sigma Delta, Winston-Salem Fifth Row: Outland, Robert B., Psi Omega, Rich Square Parkerson, Elwood M., XI Psi Phi, Chapel Hi Parks, Eldon H., Xi Psi Phi, Elkin Peppers, James F., Xi Psi Phi, Marion Quarles, William G., Chapel Hill Sixth Row: Ramos, Frank M., Psi Omega, Butner Smith, Fred J., Psi Omega, Morganton Spicola. Cynthia A.. Tampa, Fla. Vinson, Thomas W., Jr., Durham Webster, Thomas C, Xi Psi Phi, Yanceyville Seventh Row: Windley, Heber W., Delta Sigma Delta, Washington Youmans, Charles P., Xi Psi Phi, Durham Ziglar. James N., Jr., Delta Sigma Delta, Chapel Hill Page 378 FIRST YEAR First Row: Allen, G. W., Gaffney, S. C. Anderson, Wayne C, Kinston Avera, Charles A., Sigma Nu, Rocky Mount Bradshaw, John William, II, Relief Butler, Thomas Edgar, Chapel Hill Second Row: Camp, Joe Henderson, Shelby Coffey, Ralph Donald, Jr., Morganton Cregar, Daniel Uriah, Jr., Gamma Sigma, Greensboro Dunn, John Raymond, Roanoke Rapids Goodwin, Donald Raeford, Monroe Tliird Row: Hawkins, Ralph Owen, Jr., Raleigh Hayes, Ray H., Spartanburg, S. C. Honeycutt, Wallace Blair, Gastonia Hundley, Deane, III, Wallace Johnson, George Terry, Winston-Salem Fourtli Row: Jorgensen, Larry Green, Greenville Kendall, James Eugene. Charlotte Killian, Harry William, Murphy Lineberger, Luther Truett, Gastonia Marks, Sandy Cole, Jr., Wilmington Fiftll Row: Mohorn, Harold Wayne, Enfield Murphy, Martin Henry, Belmont Page, Graham Allison, YanceyvilU Painter, Thomas Eldridge, Sylva Patrick, Donald Ray. Greenville Sixth Row: Phillips, Kenneth Rogers, Bakersville Posey, Lawrence 0., Greenville Prjvette, James Atlas, Kenly Smith, Clayton Bernard. Kappa Alpha, Elizabethtown Smith. Lynn Harrison. Liberty Seventh Row: Smith. Thomas Kirkman. Thomasville Trawick. David Edmond. Bryson City Walker. Joel Wyatt. Burlington Ward, George Thomas, Asheville Witherspoon, Walter P., Jr., Columbia, S. Eighth Row: Womble. William Warren, Sanford Woody, Sidney Lane, Bessemer City Wooten, Bobby Gene, Yadktnville Graduate Student: Moore, Saunders Winston, Sigma Nu, Delta Sigma Delta, Burlington Page 379 DENTAL HYGIENE First Row: Arnold, Minta Jane. Hendersonville Elmore, Linda Ann, Mocksville Hobson, Betty Alice, Charlotte Hudson, Patricia Kay, Greensboro Second Row: Lankford, Polly Dahne, Hamlet McLean, Elizabeth Gail, Lenoir Madison, Ruth Eugenia, Mocksville Naumoff, Carolyn Elaine, Charlotte Third How: Swain, Betsy Frances, Durham Taylor, Katherine Ann, Biltmore Tickel, Lila Diane, North Little Rock, Ark. Werner, Jennie Lee, Durham SECOND YEAR FIRST YEAR First Row: Carter, Judith Faye, Tarboro Decker, Pamela A.. Chapel Hill Dunn, Katherine Russ, Roanoke Rapids Goble, Judy Lynne. Lenoir Greenwood, Barbara Jean, Sanford Second Row: Groome, Charlotte Lee, Greensboro Gunter, llene Wilson, Hamlet Howell. Emily Jean. Roanoke Rapids Jenkins. Rebecca Ann. Charlotte King. Sally Sentman. Charlotte Third Row: Liverman. Betty Michael, Roanoke Rapids Marshall, Sandra Page. North Wilkesboro Olsen. Christine Ruth, Charlotte Pfaff, Mary Hollis, Winston-Salem Swann, Anna Isabel, Tryon Page 380 — ELIZABETH L. KEMBLE Dean SCHOOL OF NURSING The University of North Carolina School of Nursing was established in 1951 as an autonomous unit within the University and the Division of Health Affairs. A four-year program was designed to prepare nurses for beginning positions in the profession. In 1955, full accreditation (including that for public health nursing preparation) was granted by the accrediting service of the National League for Nursing. Currently, the School offers programs on several levels. High school graduates are admitted to the four-year curriculum leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Registered professional nurses are enrolled as general nursing students with advanced credit toward the baccalaureate degree in nursing. Students with a B.S.N, degree from the University of North Carolina, or a degree comparable to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing granted by the University may enter the graduate program leading to the degree of Master of Science in Nursing, with a major in Psychiatric Nursing, Nursing Administration, or Medical-Surgical Nursing. Other indications of progress are expanding developments in nursing research and in the continuation education program. NURSING FACULTY — Seated: Bernard, Torgeson, Dark, Kemble, Bevis, Brown, McCaskill, Russell. Standing: Pepper, Poulos, David, Miller, Moore, Haynes, Hill, R., Hill, C, Parker, Randolph, Wood, Lewis, Molleson, Fogleson. Page 382 STUDENT NURSING ASSOCIATION — First row: Ann Davisson, Secretary; Andrea Gorcia. President; Beverly Desmond, Parliamen- tarian; Second Row: April Longanecker, First Vice-President; Barbara Cladwell, Treasurer; Toni Thompson, Social Chairman; Eugenia Allen, Second Vice-President; Joan Williams, Publicity Chairman. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS — First Row: Patricia Brown Christ, Social Chairman; Frances Coltrane, Vice-President. Second Row: Charlotte Andrews, Secretary; Betty Ann Buie, President; Mary Webster Brock, Treasurer. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS — Center: Joan Williams, President. Second Row: Beverly Desmond, Vice-President; Frances Coleman, Secretary; Jane Bass, Treasurer. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS — Seated: Elizabeth Whedbee, Patricia Barlow. Standing: Katherine Pickrell, Kay Fletcher, Judith Deal, President. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS — Carolyn Pinion, Secretary; Betsy Burnett, Treasurer; Lindsay Raeford, Social Chairman; Mary Hamrick, President. FOURTH YEAR ANDREWS, CHARLOTTE ANN Greenville, Pa. B.S. IN NURSING. S.N. A. BAGGEH, ALLENE KEETER B.S IN NURSING. S.N. A. BROADWELL, INA MABEL B S. IN NURSING. Y.W.C.A.i S.N.A. Lillington Angier BROCK, MARY WEBSTER Fayetteville B S. IN NURSING. Westminster Fellowship; S.N.A. BROWN, ROBERTA J. Raleigh B.S. IN NURSING. S.N.A.; University Party. BUIE, BETTY ANN Red Springs B S. IN NURSING. Westminster Fellowship; SNA. COLTRANE, FRANCES AMANDA Randleman B S IN NURSING. CREWES, JUNNE GAIL Belle Glade, Fla. B S. IN NURSING. Kappa Kappa Gamma. CHRIST, PATRICIA BROWN B.S- IN NURSING. Kappa Delta. Goldsboro CURTIS, EDITH ELAINE Clyde B S IN NURSING. Baptist Student Union; Y.W.C.A.; S.N.A. DICKENS, BEVERLY JOAN B.S. IN NURSING. Graham DICKINSON, NANCY ROBISON Wallingford, Pa. B S IN NURSING. DURHAM, CAROLYN FAYE Burlington B.S. IN NURSING. C.W.C ; Yackety Yack; Athletic Council; SNA. FORESTER, ALICE MAY Winston-Salem B.S. IN NURSING. S.N.A.; Valkyries; Order of the Old Well, First Vice-President; S.N.A.N.C. FREEMAN, PEGGY JOYCE B.S. IN NURSING. S.N.A. GREGSON, HELEN LOUISE B S. IN NURSING. SNA. HINTON, ELIZABETH BAIN B S IN NURSING. SNA. JOHNSON, ANNE GLENN B.S. IN NURSING. S.N.A. Robbins Pleasant Garden Battlesboro Elizabethtown Page 384 FOURTH YEAR KENT, ALICE BLAIR LINDEN B.S. IN NURSING. Valkyries; S.N. A. Richmond, Va. LEWIS, LINDA ANN Rutherfordton B.S. IN NURSING. Baptist Student Union; S.N.A. LINVILLE, DOROTHY ANN B.S. IN NURSING. Kernersville MEWBORN, LAURA DARLENE B.S. IN NURSING. Seven Springs NIFONG, CAROLYN LEVONE B.S. IN NURSING. S.N.A. Winston-Salem OLDS, GLORIA LEA B.S. IN NURSING, S.N.A. New Bern PEARSON, FRANCES CAROLYN B.S. IN NURSING. S.N.A. Greensboro REGINE, SANDRA JANE B.S. IN NURSING. Garden City, N. Y. ROCK, JUDITH ANN Charlotte B.S. IN NURSING. S.N.A.; Order of the Old Well. SNYDER, FRANCES MARSHALL B.S. IN NURSING. Pi Beta Phi. Durham THOMPSON, MARGARET ANNE Fredricksburg, Va. B.S. IN NURSING. TOLTON, ANN LINN B.S. IN NURSING. S.N.A.; Newman Club Greensboro TRIPP, GERALDINE B.S. IN NURSING. Y.W.C.A.; S.N.A. Mebane UMSTEAD, SANDRA KELLY B.S. IN NURSING. S.N.A. Garner VAUGHAN, PATRICIA LONG B.S. IN NURSING. S.N.A. Chapel Hill Page 385 THIRD YEAR f € f W First Row: Allen, Alice Eugenia, Henderson Ayers, Julia Sue, Summerfield Bankert, Doris Marie, Hampstead, Md. Bass, Jane Ross. Greenville Bennett, Ann Fritz, Durham Boatwright, Mary Glenn, Charlotte Second Row: Brew, Sabra Ann. Wilmington Buxton, Judith Ellen, Princeton, W. Va. Caudle. Undine. Halifax Coleman, Frances McGregor. Hurdle Mills Crawford, Patricia Ann, Jacksonville, Fla. Cross, Elsie Deana. Weaverville Third Row: Crowther, Bonnie Rae, Haddonfield, N. J. Curtis, Barbara Jenene, Durham Davisson, Ann, Weston, W. Va. Desmond, Beverly Ann, Kinston Dokey, Ann Marie, Durham Finley, Blanche Elizabeth, Burlington Fourth Row: Fox, Kathryn Scollard, High Point Gorcica, Andrea Lucille, Wallington, N- J. Harrison, Mary, Fayetteville Hawkins, Anne, High Point Hopkins, Anne Elizabeth, Zebulon Hornor, Margaret Moore, Asheville Fifth Row; Huber, Jane Worden. Bethesda. Md. Hunter, Patricia Ann, Rock Hill, S. C. Kirby, Paula Faye, Lenoir Leffmgweli, Celeste, Miami, Fla. long, Elizabeth Ann, Ayden Longanecker, April Lee, Brookville, Ohio Sixth Row: Moore, Kendree Virginia, Houston, Texas Parkins, Cynthia Susan, Brown Summit Resse. Sarah Louise, Winston-Salem Rhodes, Susan Rebecca, Windsor Rice, Wilma Ann, Swannanoa Sikes, Bonnie S.. Greensboro Seventh Row: Smith, Linda Kaye, Superior, W. Va. Strother. Linda Knott. Pittsboro Tesh. Esther Mae. Winston-Salem Trembath, Linda, Charlotte Williams, Joan, Farmville, Va. Wills, Nancy Lee. Stanhope. N. J. Willwerth. Mary Alice, Montour Falls, N. Y. Page 386 SECOND YEAR First Row: Barlow. Patricia Ann, Greenville Caldwell, Barbara Anne, Miami, Fla. Carter, Doris Gwendolyn, Charlotte Carter, Virginia Pope, Columbus, Miss. Christopher, Linda Lone, Burlington Second Row: Clifton, Judith Amanda, Jamesville Cross, Sandra Lee, Wrightsuille Beach Dawson, Patricia Anne, Dunn Deal, Judith Belinda, Landis Delves, Joan Celeste, Aminville, N. Y. Third Row: Elledge, Carol June, Winston-Salem Eudy, Joyce Elaine, Mt. Pleasant Fayed, Dorothy, Roanoke Rapids Fletcher, Mary Kay, Durham Franklin, Millie Carolyn, Statesvllle Fourth Row: Gettman, Elaine, Hendersonville Grimes, Fleta Sue, Ramseur Henderson, Susan Carole, Wilmington Hogg, Muriel Joanne, Pittsburgh, Pa, Hruslinski, Eurenia Walker, Burlington Fifth Row: Humphrey, Lynn Elizabeth, Westfield, N. J. Hutchins, Linda Jo, Yadkinville Johnson, Catherine Lynn, Margate City, N. J Kaufman, Joyce Ann, Hendersonville Laxton, Linda Anne, Lenoir Sixth Row: Lowden, Linda Mae, Chevy Chase, Md. Mann, Helen $., Weston, Mass. Martin, Frances Ann, Fayetteville Massengill, Carolyn Sue, Benson Mills, Vera Faye, Mt. Airy Seventh Row: Mitchell, Julia Carolyn. Wilkesboro Olive. Edith Anne. Raleigh Philbeck, Barbara Jo, Shelby Pickrell, Katharine Lee, Durham Pleasants, Mary Scott, Raleigh Eighth Row: Rhyne, Frances Lee, Morganton Shaw, Mary Cattle, Wagram Sifford, Eleanor Elaine, Salisbury Smith. Julia G ray, Ramseur Sutton. Margaret Johnson. Winston-Salem Ninth Row: Smith. Mary Randolph. Charles Town Tate. Martha Jane, Atlanta. Ga. Tesh. Linda Lee. Winston-Salem Tesh. Phisa Lee. Winston Salem Thompson. Rhonda Ann. Haw River Tenth Row: Thompson. Toni Lynne, Wilkesboro Vincent. Sylvia Sullivan, Greenville Webster, Elizabeth Faye, Mebane Whedbee, Elisabeth Moore, Greenville White. Eleanor Kay, Elizabeth City Q f f f t ,f 1 t % t Page 387 ? % 1 1 f f t f 1 1 f I 1 % % f f lift -i f f • f f I tf « lift FIRST YEAR First Row: Avery, Vickie Gwendolyn, Greenville Bercyhill, Marion Reece, Charlotte Booth, Rosa Frances, Ayden Burley, Dorothy Jean, Westfield, N. J, Burnette, Betsy Cameron, Durham Burroughs, Constance. Port Washington, N. Y. Carlo, Laura Ann, Falls Church, Va. Second Row: Caron, Betty Jane, Falls Church, Va. Cloyes, Edna Leslie, W hite Plains, N. Y. Coitman, Mary George, Durham Colvard, Mary Lynda, State College, Miss. Cook, Carolyn Virginia, Brevard Grumpier, Mary Jayne, Rocky Mount Davis. Julia Watson, Raleigh Third Row: Dermott, Elizabeth Anne, Durham Duncan, Kathryn Leah, Winston-Salem Earp, Jane Teresa, Morganton Fisher. Kaja Marie, Charlotte Foltz, Barbara Ann, Villandra, Pa. Forsyth, Jane Marshall, Birmingham, Ala. Gaddy, Hilda Bowman, Wadesboro Fourth Row: Gillis, Barbara, Mount Olive Gray, Linda Ann, Shaw A.F.B., S. C. Green, Mary Clare, New Bern HamricK, Mary Margaret, Charlotte Hartman, Becky Ann, Raleigh Haynes, Beverley Ann, Washington, D. Hildebrand, Patricia Ellen, Smithfield Fifth Row: Hinnant, Frances Victoria, Bronxville, N. Hornbeck, Judith Elaine, Richmond, Va. Ho well, Gail Darlene, Rich Square Hughes, Laura Jane, Ardsley, N. Y. Jones, Beverly Katherine, Wilmington Ligon, Barbara Anne. Raleigh Lupton, Anne Billings, Winston-Salem Sixth Row: McClure, Beverly Kate, Barium Springs Mangle, Diane Marie, Charlotte Martin. Helen Carolyn. High Point Martm. Laura Lee. Leaksvilte Mashburn. Carol Anne. Star Morrison. Patricia Elaine, Leesburg, Va. Newson, Judy Gail. Winston-Salem Seventh Row: Noble. Mary Ann, Smithfield Ogburn. Marilyn Starr. Raleigh Perry. Barbara Lane. High Point Perry. Frances W.. Richmond. Va. Pinion. Carolyn Marie. Arlington, Va. Poag. Barbara Ann. Columbus Pugh. Carolyn Ivey, Hickory Eighth Row: Raiford, Mary Lindsay. Hendersonville Rich. Patricia Alwood. Lumberton Roberts. Mary Eloise. Raeford Rogers. Marion Lane. Brooklyn. N. Y. Rollick. Virginia Dianne. Kensington. Md. Rusher. Martha Jane. Fairmont Ryder, Ann Johnston, Raleigh Ninth Row: Sain, Brenda Mae, Vale Sasser, Nancy Farthing, Goldsboro Shugart, Dorothy Banks, Halifax Sitton. Linda Elizabeth. Hendersonville Strawhun. Sandra Lee. Charlotte Thorpe. Martha Susan. Winston-Salem Vandenborre. Suzanne Marie, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia Tenth Row: Voden, Joyce Carolyn, Charlotte Weeldreyer, Sharon Rae, Fayetteville Whitley, Anna Patricia, Smithfield Willard. Helen Gaye, Yadkinville Wilson, Lily Elizabeth, Morganton Winters, Esther Cecilia, Walkertown Page 388 School 0 PHARMACY SENATE OFFICERS — Seated: Larry Lazarus, Recorder; Sam Good- win, President; Barbara Bell, Secretary-Treasurer. Standing: Mack Jones, Reporter; David Keever, Parliamentarian. PHARMACY SENATE The Pharmacy Senate was founded at UNC in 1940, in order to stimulate and increase knowledge and appreciation for the profession of Pharmacy, to promote interciass co-operation within the school and to teach public speaking as a founda- tion for future leadership. Meeting once a month, the body discusses new drugs, n ew pharmaceutical processes, and various problems facing the profession today, thus giving each member a chance to develop a better attitude toward the various situations, so that a more intelligent approach may be used in the future when faced with such problems of his own. BARNES BELL BENDER BESS BLANCHARD CHAIVIBLEE COLLETTE DUNN DAUGHTRY FARRIOR GOODWIN GORDON GUPTON HARDIN HIMES HORN HUFFIVIAN JOHNSON JONES KEEVER LAZARUS McLARTY MILLER REAVES STAMEY WATTS SCHOOL OF PHARMACY After sixty-three years of pharmaceutical education at Carohna, a new five year program of study was initiated which replaced the old curriculum. The Pharmacy School building, which is located on Medical Hill and is in its second year of use, has proven an inspiration to students. In the modern atmosphere of the Pharmacy building the spirit and activity of Ka ppa Epsilon improved and they began to circulate while Kappa Psi and Phi Delta Chi indoctrinated promising pledge classes to fill in the gap of the grad- uating students. Rho Chi enlarged their distinguished group with new members and the senate proved quite able and strong in its decisions — the Pharmacy Leaders surged ahead. Although this has been a good year, we remain sad over the death of one of the School ' s most outstanding professors. Dr. Sigurdur Jonsson. He will long be remembered by faculty and students for his outstanding contribution to the world of Pharmaceutical Research and his understanding attitude toward the students. WE DEDICATE THIS PAGE IN MEMORY OF DR. SIGURDUR JONSSON. FACULTY — Left to Right: Jowdy, Brannon, Brown, [aylor, Breclit. Smith, Thompson, Piantadosi, Chambers, Senremuk, Page 391 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS — Left to Right: Jessie Putman, Vice-President; Dottie Reeves, Secretary-Treasurer; George McLarty, President. FOURTH YEAR First Row: Barbour, Robert Layton, Burlington Barnes. Minnie Bell, Raleigh Bell, Barbara Jane, Statesville Bell, Barry Max, Gastonia Second Row: Bell, Charles David, Winston-Salem Blanchard, Norwood Pitt, Wallace Bradsher, Arthur Long, Jr., Roxboro Crouch, Phillip Francis, Asheville Third Row: Daughtry, Ruffus Lynwood, Princeton Egbert, James Michael, Greensboro Farrior, William Sloan, Warsaw Garrou, Elizabeth Ann, Valdese Fourth Row: Gibson, Charles Thomas, Goldsboro Goodwin, Samuel Stephen, Monroe Gordon, Robert Lee, Yadkinville Gupton, Adrian Clay, Louisburg Page 392 FOURTH YEAR First Row: Hall, Homer Glenn, Jr., Slier City Hardin, Jo Anne, Boone Harmon, William Sidney, Alioskie Himes, Charles Farris, Brevard Horn. James Jackson, Lawndale Second Row: Huffman, Kent Loewe, Winston-Salem Johnson, William Lewis, Jr., Garner Keever, David Eugene, Lincolnton Kincaid, Bob J., Greensboro Lasater, Walter Harold, Pittsboro Third Row: Lazarus, Charles Lawrence, Sanford McLarty, George Collins, Jr., High Point Matthews, George David, Jr., Greensboro Meares, James Frederick, Wilson Morris, William White, Bessemer City Fourth Row: Page, Patricia Ann, Henderson Parker, Robert Greer, Southern Pines Putnam, Jessie Van, Kings Mountain Reaves, Dorothy Bingham, Fayetteville Sheets, James Paul, West Jefferson Fifth Row: Smith, Donald Judd, Greensboro Smith, Terre Milton, Reidsville Weaver, Van Darwin, Spring Hope White, John Richard, Henderson Yarborough, Frank Flowers, Gary Page 393 THIRD YEAR First Row: Anderson, William Nelson, Zebulon Barker, Rudy W., Carrboro Beard, Wayne A., Jamesville Beaver, Donald Worth, Concord Bender, George Walker, Fayetteville Bess, Gilbert Kent, Sylva Second Row: Buchanan, George Ronald, Greensboro Carpenter, Charles Berman, Claremont Cekada, Emil Lewis, Durham Chamblee, Fred Clifton, Carrboro Cloninger, Gary Von, Dallas Costner, Margaret Elizabeth, Lincolnton Third Row: Cox, Richard Larry, Sanford Creech, Joseph Arnold, Jr., Selma Davis, George W., Jr., Carrboro Davis, James Brooks, Oakboro Davis, Lloyd Ernest, Chapel Hill Dunn, Everette Matthews, Leaksville Fourth Row: Eutslerg, Thomas Maxwell, Marion Gibson, James Robert, Hayesville Gooch, James Haywood, Mebane Greeson, Joe David, Burlington Hamilton, James Ralph, Jr., Sanford Harper, Rebecca Alcestis, Hendersonville Fifth Row: Hanniss, William Fred, High Point Hartis, Gilbert Clyde, Jr., Winston-Salem Hathcock, James Alden, Jr., Charlotte Honeycutt, Moody Zebulin, Jr., Drexel Johnson, Mary Frances. Raleigh Jones, Mack C, 111, Elizabeth City Sixth Row: Lilley, Robert Delano, Jamesville McKinley, Richard S., Kannapolis May, Gerald Franklin, Louisburg Merritt, Lemuel James, Belmont Miller, Joseph Claude, Boone Murrell, Harry Thomas, Jr., Albemarle Seventh Row: Neal, Larry Kent, Kannapolis Overton, Richard Buxton, Jr., Raleigh Patterson, Margaret Greene, Roxboro Pike, Ellen Louise, Concord Price, Jerry Douglas, Raleigh Paper, Frank Eugene, Chapel Hill Eighth Row: Roberson, Gary Ray, Draper Romine, Jack Richard, Asheville Roth, Robert Joel, Shaker Heights, Ohio Runnion, J. David, Lenoir Smith, Albert Hunter, Fayetteville Taylor, James Robert, Enfield Ninth Row: Thompson. Beverly Carol, Chapel Hill Tripp, Ronald Tucker, Ayden Watts, Mitchell Wayne, Tabor City Weathers, Donald Lawrence, Shelby Whitlock, Paul Wilson, Jr., Salisbury Williams, William Thurston, Wilson Yingling, Gary Lee, Silver Spring, Md. Page 394 SECOND YEAR First Row: Adams, Emily Jeannette, Concord Baity, James Oliver, Mt. Airy Barefoot, John Calvin, Asheville Barnes. Charles Landis, Stedman Berrier, Jerry Lynn, Mocksville Second Row: Bracey, Daniel Guilford, Red Springs Bradley, Julian Willis, III, Raleigh Brinson, James Edward, Kenansville Brown, Benjamin William, High Point Brown, Robert Michael, Rocky Mount Third Row: Bullard, John Preston, Jr., Maxton Bullock, Nancy Ruth, Roxboro Burch, William Henry, Chapel Hill Burris, Sara Louise, Madison Burroughs, Malcolm Winston, Wadesboro Fourth Row: Cameron, John Erhstus, Kinston Campbell, Fred Hammond, Cleveland Capes, Kenneth Darrell, Burlington Clayton, Carol Elizabeth, Charlotte Culbertson, James Barber, Englewood, N. J. Fifth Row: Davis, Joseph D., Warrenton Deyton, Charles Edward, Burnsville Dickerson. Frank Leonard. Jr.. Durham Dupree, Joseph Bernard. Pinelevel Edwards. Robert Wesley, Jr., Pinetops Sixth Row: Elliott, William McBrayer, Jr., Forest City Fuller, William Hugh, Jr., Smithfield Glaser, Glenn William, Des Plaines, III. Grabs, Omnie Omily, Jr., King Gregory, Tommy Wayne, Hendersonville Seventh Row: Hahn, Bennie Sherrill, Albemarle Hardin, Kenneth, Jr., Forest City Harriss, Marvin Jacob, Jr., High Point Harwood, George Emsley. Albemarle Hedgepeth, Morris Edwards, Henderson Eighth Row: Hemphill. Harry Donald. Marion Hill, Arthur Lee, Lewes, Del. Hill, Dempsey Craig, Deep Run Hodges, Darrell Wright. Wmston-Salen Hughes, Denae Bett, Hampton, Va. Ninth Row: Hull, James Heyward, Shelby Hurt, Jasper Alexander, Jr., Morganton Jarman. Joseph. Jacksonville Jernigan, William H., Dunn Poge 395 SECOND YEAR First Row: Johnson, Willis Ray, III, Jacksonville Lai, Tai-Yee, North Point, Hong Kong Lever, Thomas Horace, 111, Charlotte Lewis, Carlos Edwin, Winston-Salem Lockamy, Albert Fulton, Jr., Clinton Second Row: Long, William Ray, Kannapolis Lynch, Thomas Franklin, III, Charlotte McBryde, James Archie, Jr., Louisburg McCann, Margaret Jane, Mt. Airy McCombs, Loy Saunders, Creedmoor Third Row: McCoy, Larry Thomas, Jr., Cove City McKinnon, Halbert Hill, Jr., Lumberton Markham, George Oliver, Fayetteville Mitchener, John Agrippa, 111, Edenton Moser, Jerry Francis, High Point Fourth Row: Muse, Winfred R., Belmont Myhre, John Hudson, Wilson Patterson, William Earl, Greenville, S. C. Patton, Judy Carolyn, Swannanoa Patton, Meredith Gail, Hickory Fifth Row: Perkins, Joseph Charles, Bakersville Quackenbush, Palmer David, Charlotte Rabb, Roy Patton, II, Marion Randull, Danny Lee, Asheville Reaves, Hallie Craven, Jr., Asheboro Sixth Row: Rtiyne, Clyde Randy, Valdese Sime, Myron Storher, Lenoir Smart, Thomas Elijah, Hamlet Smith, Hugh Jarrette, Jr., Pink Hill Smyre, Billy Mac, Newton Seventh Row: Sprinkle, Thomas Douglas, Winston-Salem Stamey, Gary Martin, Asheville Stocks, Lewis Henry, III, Hookerton Templeton, Linda Jane, Lenoir Tennant, Linda Janice, Crossnore Eighth Row: Todd, William Hoyt, Aulander Upton, Jack Herndon, Smithfield Watson, Barry Vernon, Lenoir Welsh, Jesse Luckey, Jr., St. Pauls Whisenant, Edward D., Morganton Ninth Row: Wilkins, Winfrey Alexander, Jr., Roxboro Williford, Thomas Alton, Newton Grove Wood, Robert Michael, Raeford Wood, Sandra Ann, Graham Young, Rodney Earl, Mayodan Page 396 J JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS — Left to Right: Bob Lily, President; Margaret Patterson, Secretary-Treasurer; Don Weathers, Vice-President. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS — Left to Right: Bill Fuller, Vice-President; Jim Culbertson, President; Lynda Cauble, Secretary-Treasurer. STUDENT BODY OFFICERS — Left to Right: James Paul Sheets, Vice-President; President. Peggy Costner, Secretary-Treasurer; Charlie Himes, Page 397 (Photo by Fabian Bachrach) E, G. McGAVRAN Dean SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH students in the UNC School of Public Health are justifiably proud of the regional, national, and international recognition of their school. Due to the influence of the dean. Dr. E. G. McGavran, and the faculty, the School of Public Health is a leader in the advance- ment of the theory of community-centered public health. As such, it is probably the most cosmopolitan division of the Uni- versity in that students are attracted from all parts of the nation and the world. The final goal of instruction is the inter-disciplinary public health team, skilled in working together for the solution of com- munity health problems with the long-term goal of total com- munity health. FACULTY — First Row: Dr. Filley, Dr. Bethel, Dr. Vifeiss, Dr. Patricia, Miss Blee. Dean McGavran, Dr. Garson. Dr. Morgan, Dr. Larsh, Dr. Greenberg, Dr. Cameron. Second Row: Mr. Kelso, Dr. Ripperton, Dr. Kent, Dr. Doak, Dr. Tyroler, Miss Anderson, Dr. Lamb, Dr. Guillot, Dr. Goulson. Dr. Freedman, Dr. Pasternak, Dr. Boatman. Third Row: Dr. Elston, Dr. Brown, Dr. Sulzer, Mr. Herzog, Dr. Kuebler, Dr. Coker, Miss Nelson, Dr. Tyler, Mr. Kaplan, Miss Cantrell, Dr. Thayer, Miss Holley, Dr. Sarndal, Dr. Campbell, Mrs. Hansen, Dr. Wells, Mr. Thomas, Dr. Van Zandt. Page 399 PUBLIC HEALTH NURSES First Row: Adair, Barbara, Cutlibert, Ga. Allen, Frances, Hickory Allen, Martha Jones, Gary Anderson. Clarice B., New Preston, Gonn. Asiiford, Mary Elizabeth, Watkinsville, Ga. Second Row: Bauguess, Ghristine, Princeton, W. Va. Blumberg. H. Judith, DeRuyter, N. Y. Brodie, Marjorie, Chapel Hill Brooks, Harriett B., Inverness, Fla. Burchinal, Betty L, Meriden, Conn. I t f Third Row: Coello, Rafaela S., Santurce, P. R. Dewar, Fannie Evelyn, Gainesville, F Eaker, Maude K., Gastonia Faulkenberry, Loletta A., Burlington Fisher, Beverley B., Charlotte Fourth Row: Gardner, E. Elizabeth, Union Springs, Ala. Graham. Helen S., Louisville, Ky. Haig, Elizabeth Jane, Massena, N. Y. Hall, Bonlyn G,, Chapel Hill Harrill, Lois E., Shelby Fifth Row: Hines, Virginia D., Carville, La. Hoffmann, Sandralin, Wood River, Neb. Hogan, Mary Veronica, Atlanta, Ga, Holder, Dorothy G., Durham Isenhower, Willie Mae, Great Falls, S. ( Sixth Row: Jackson, Jacqueline Joy, Honaker, Va. Johansson Mabel Smith, Lake Worth. Fla. Kelchner, Betty Craven, Charlotte Kotvial, Najoo Savak, Bombay, India Larsen, Ruth Evelyn, Miami, Fla. Seventh Row: Lawrence, Guyda B., Chapel Hill Mallicoat, Brilla, Whitesbury, Tenn. Marshall, Floreine, Pensacola, Fla. Moore, Ariel A., Phoenix, Ariz. Oberlies, Cora Marie, Dayton, Ohio Eighth Row: Oyler, Barbara L., Roxboro Patterson, Patricia, Buffalo, N. Y. Peer, Arlene, Rome, N. Y. Phillips, Minnie Lee, Atlanta, Ga. Rudder, Maria B., Scottsboro, Ala. Ninth Row: Thrift, Eunice, Glennville, Ga. Webster, Martha N., Elon College Welch, Sondra M., Columbus, Ga. Wiggins, Annie T., Demorest, Ga. . r5 . Page 400 HEALTH EDUCATION AND NUTRITION First Row: Alkhoja, Hania A. R., Baghdad, Iraq Banks, Alta P., Hazard, Ky. Bartlett Arthur E., Chapel Hill Beaver, Pressly F., Kannapolis Berg, Donald B., Elk Grove Village, III. Second Row: Burns, Carl Thomas, Greeneville, Tenn. Damon, Jane S., Weymouth, Mass. Fraser, Elizabeth W., Bloomington, Ind, Galbaugh, Julia Jean, Birmingham, Ala. Greeman, Omar L., Hopkinsville, Ky. Third Row: Gregowicz, Helena B., E. St. Louis, III Haynes, Donald Kenneth, Norwich, N. Y Houchins, William M., Bluefield, W. Va Hunter Richard M., Murfreesboro Lovingood, Bill W., Murphy Fourth Row: Ludwig, William T., Hamlet McDutfie, Elva, Oak Ridge, N. 1. Papsidero, Joseph A., Chapel Hill Parker, John T., Burlington Pitts, Roland L., Charlotte Fifth Row: Powell, Charles Edwin, Warsaw Renegar, Elmer G., Jr., Southern Pines Robbins, James W., Birmingham, Ala. Shadi, Noorullah, Tehran, Iran Smith, Brenda P., Charlotte Sixth Row: Sosa, Iris, Rio Piedras, P. R. White, Esther B., Elaine, Ark. Winston, Fendall G., Atlanta, Ga. Yarnell, E. Peter, Charleston, S. C. PARASITOLOGY AND EPIDEMIOLOGY 1 1 a M H y m u El m m Q El m First Row: Abraham, M. Varkey, Kerala State, India Bain, Joe A., San Antonio, Tex. Bell, Theodore L., Chapel Hill Bergner. John Franklin, Jr., Chapel Hill Black, John R., Whiteville Second Row: Blount, Joseph H., Chamblee, Ga. Brown, Buster F., Frankfort, Ky. Brown, Charles T., Guyton, Ga. Carter, Joey M., Kannapolis Carver, Michael C, Morristown, Tenn. Third Row: Chang, Kung Kong, Taiwan, China Davis, Houston M., Cayce, S. C. Effendi, Marah Achmad, Diakarta, Indonesia Enlow, Robert L., Hodgenville, Ky. Finger, James A., Herndon, Va. Page 401 PARASITOLOGY AND EPIDEMIOLOGY First Row: Gleeson. J. Clark, Titusville, N. J. Glover, Daniel H. G., Jesup, Ga. Gupta, Shanti, Delhi, India Hewitt, Earl Christian, Atlanta, Ga. Holley, Lydia S., Aiken, S. C. Second Row: Ingraham. Robert Q., Henderson, Tenn. Jonsson, Valgard, Carrboro Kaufman, Raymond Earl, Lake Worth, Fla. MacLeod, Forbes, Lancaster, N. B.. Canada Mcintosh, James W., Jr., Fayetteville Third Row: Miles, Robert C, Dixon, III. Moore. L. Lee, Jr., Baltimore, Md. Nageswar, Basaeuaradhya, Bangalore, India Ould-Rouis. Bacheir, Blida, Algeria Perrone, Anthony E.. Westchester, Pa. Fourth Row: Sauls, Harold B., RaleiEh Sheetz, Eddie, Woodstock, Va. Spurrier, Elmer R., Jefferson City, Mo. Thompson, William V., Symsonia, Ky. Whiteside, Daniel F., Tampa, Fla. Yarinsky, Allen, Brooklyn, N. Y. I- I f ' f SANITARY ENGINEERS First Row: Abernathy, A. Ray, Hiddenite Barone. Francisco Jose, Caracas, Venezuela Bolen, John J., Colfax Brown, Percy P., Jr., Lynchburg, Va. Casper Victor Lee, Concord Second Row: Cox, James M., Porlales. N. M. Crawford, Malcolm D., Chapel Hill Deo. Dhirendra Narayan Singh, Bihar. India Grube. James R.. II. Saginaw. Mich. Heflin, Edward Lee. Chapel Hill Third Row: Howell. Richard B., Ill, Milford, Del. Hull. Roe B., Ormond Beach, Fla. Jacumin, Walter Joe, Rutherford College Klingensmith, Russell S., Greensburg, Pa. Lutz, J- David. Dallas Fourth Row: McJunkin, Frederick E., Statesville Mancy. Khalil Hosny, Chapel Hill Oglesby Ray T., Chapel Hill Ram, Eric Roderick, Dhamtari, India Relos, H. R., Gainesville. Fla. Rubin, Alan J., Miami Beach, Fla. Fifth Row: Santarone, James E.. Jacksonville, Fla. Strickland. Gerald C, Bay Head, N. J. Tansill. Stuart P., Fredericksburg, Va. Turner, Billy Gerald, Whitwell, Tenn. Walther, Edward R., West Seneca, N. Y. Westgarth. Warren C, Carrboro Page 402 First Row: Aman, Elizabeth Brown, Jacl sonville Carroll Peggy, Durham Oanielson, Madeline Faith, Raleigh Gaines, Sylvia Alice, Benson Hulick, Dorothy Dumville, Raleigh Morgan, Maria Collins. Elizabethtown Second Row: Pratali, Carol Winoa. Richmond, Va. Rich, Lizabeth Ann, Lynchburg, Va. Smith, Julianne Benson, Lumberton Walston, Mary Elizabeth, Snow Hill Wason, Nancy J., Guilford. Conn. PHYSICAL THERAPY GENERAL NURSING First Row: Borger, Barbara Jane, Palmerton, Pa. Frantz, Shirley Jean, Burlington Houchins, Mary Carolyn, Durham Payne, Mrs. Elizabeth Ann, Indian Trail Second Row: Register, Edna Earl, Durham Starn, Carolyn Jean. Pittsburg Ward, Lillian Adair, Independence, Va. Zett, MaeVan, High Point Page 403 GRADUATE SCHOOL 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. In 1922, the University was invited to join the Association of American Universities, an organization of the principal institutions offering graduate work in North America. On these pages are some of today ' s aspirants for graduate degrees which may be earned in more than fifty curricula, including most departments in the arts and sciences and many areas of professional training. The Univer- sity ' s graduate students regularly come from more than forty states and over twenty foreign countries, comprising a stimulating fellowship in the quest for learning. ALEXANDER HEARD Dean First Row: Adams, Bert Newton, Chapel Hill Albergotti, Jesse Clifton, Columbia, S. C. Albrecht. Lucille Ruth, High Hill, Mo. Allen, Mary Barbara, Bethlehem, Pa. Alley, Forrest, Chapel Hill Ambrose, Lisa Vernon, Knoxville, Tenn. Second Row: Anderson, Mabel T., Fletcher Andrews, Charles Thomas, Greensboro Astin. Ada Manning, Augusta, Ga. Beamer. William Fred, Mt. Airy Becker, Donald Eugene, Chapel Hill Benouameur, Rachid, Philadelphia, Pa. Third Row: Berghahn. Volker Rolf. Hamburg, Germany Bhatia Sat Paul, Bombay, India Bhutani, Shanta Kumari, Lucknow Cantt, India Blackburn, Waring, Scarsdale, N. Y. Blackwell. Frederick Wayne, Elkhart, Ind. Bloodworth, Marjorie, Brookhaven, Miss. Fourth Row: Boe. Warren James, Adams, Minn. Bolen, Margaret Bracy, Chapel Hill Bose, Anil Kumar, Calcutta, India Brady, Anthony Patricia, Pensacola, Fla. Branson, Barbara, Wake Forest Brawley. Sarah Mills, Troutman Fifth Row: Brown, Gordon R., Durham Brown, Mary Ann. Hendersonville Browning, George Stradley, Chapel Hill Bryant, Mailman Bell, Royston. Ga. Buckner. John Herbert, Greensboro Burchfield, Joe, Charleston Heights, S. C. Sixth Row: Burn, Joseph. Raleigh Butler, H. Lee, Houston, Texas Caldwell, Harriet Smith, Marion Carrington, Samuel Macon, Jr., Chapel Hill Carter, Clyde LaRocque, Charlotte Castelloe, Maggie L., Winterville Page 404 OBHiEig First Row: Chamblee, Virginia Marietta, Richmond, Va. Chang, Elaine, Colorado Springs, Colo. Chappell, William Adrian, Tyner Chatterjee, Jayanta, Calcutta, India Chi, Hong-Yup, Seoul, Korea Chichester, Gerald Curtis, Chapel Hill Second Row: Chinen, Yoshiyudi, Naha, Okinawa Collins, Grace Calvert, New Market, Va. Combes, Nancy Helen, Chapel Hill Cone, Frederick Lawrence, Bethesda, Md. Courtney, Florence, Asheville Cranford, Fred, Valdese Third Row: Crenshaw, Margaret. Lancaster, S. C. Cruthers, Gerald Milton, Norwich, Conn. Cudrin, Jay Monroe, Flushing, N. Y. Culbreth, Fay, Delta Sigma Delta, Chapel Hill Gulp, Donald, Paragould, Ark. Davis, Norma Sue Hope Mills Fourth Row: Denton, Victor, Chapel Hill DeVere, Diana A., Morganton Dew, Sandra Bethea, Latta. S. C. Dixon, Shirley Elva, Greenville Dohrmann, Richard Henry, Charlotte Doster, Noel K., Gainesville, Ga. Fifth Row: Dowdle, John Robert, Deming, N. Mex. Droll, William Curtis, Baldwin, N. Y. Durning, Russell, Dallas, Tex. Ellis, William, Chapel Hill Emswiler, Mary Elisabeth, McGaheysville, Va. Evans, Leiia, Phi Beta Kappa, Youngsville Sixth Row: Fairbank, Judith, Jamestown, N. Y. Farhadieh, Bahran, Teheran, Iran Fisher, Millard J,, Bridgeton, N. J. Forehand, William Ellis, Jr., Charlotte Foster, Arthur, Jacksonville, Fla. Free, William, Chapel Hill Seventh Row: Fukushima, Kozo, Westmont, 111. Gates, Nancy, Kensington, Md. Gentry, James Allen, Jr., Marietta, Ga. Gettys, Robert Warren, Lawndale Gibson, Joan, Haynesville Glazier, Billy, Peach Creek, W. Va. Eighth Row: Gober, James Lee, Albuquerque, N. Mex. Gold, Joy, Silver Spring. Md. Graves, William, Chapel Hill Gray, Anne Elizabeth, Prichard, Ala. Greenfield, Cecelia, Chapel Hill Grover, Ralph Scott, Wilmington Ninth Row: Gutridge, Helen Scott, Lynchourg, Va. Hague, Carol Ross. Gulfport, Miss. Hamilton, Martha, Phi Beta Kappa, Sarasota, Fla. Hamm, Melvin Thomas, Chapel Hill Hardy, Archibald, Columbia, S. C. Haslem, John Arthur, Chapel Hill Tenth Row: Hatten, Anna, Pascagoula, Miss. Hellard, John Charles, Salisbury Hendricks, Mary Ada, Wake Forest Henrotte, Gayle Allen, San Francisco, Calif. Hess, Charles, St. Louis, Mo. Hester, Hugh Scott, Reidsville Page 405 First Row: Hill, James, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Hill, Thomas Waddeil. East Flat Rock Millard, Jerry, Salisbury Hilt, Richard, Traverse City, Mich. Hines, Emilee Valentine, Nathalie, Va. Hoover, William, Charlotte Second Row: Hornaday, Milton Eugene, Cullowee Hornby, Barbara Ann, Welch, W. Va. Home, Alice Anne, Tabor City Howes, Jonathan Broome, Chapel Hill Ito, Satoshi, Gardena, Calif. Jayne, Elizabeth Brewer, Ashland, Ky. Third Row: Jervey, Beniamin Dudley, Marietta, Ga. Johnson, Barbara Jean, Charlotte Johnson, Lee, Spencer Johnson, Maurice, Frankfort, Ky. Johnson, Robert Stanley, Frankfort, Ky. Jones, David Noe, Ocala, Fla, Fourth Row: Justus, Jerry, Hendersonville Kaplan, Robert, Long Island City, N. Y. Karcz, Jan Witold, Burwell, England Karsnak, Elizabeth Anne, Greenville Keith, James French, Asheville Kelly, Robert Francis, New York, N. Y. Fifth Row: Kennedy, David, St. Paul, Minn. Kenwood, Edward. Montreal, Canada King, Milton Wynn, Warrenton Kishi, Mitsue, Tokyo, Japan Kolakowski, Carol Ann, Naugatuck, Conn. Lamoureux, Jeanette, Des Moines, Iowa Sixth Row: Lawson, Joseph Wilmoth, II, Bristol, Va. Lea, Hurdle Haywood, High Point Lee, Hwa-lin, Taichung, Taiwan, China Levitt, Morris, Yonkers, N. Y. Lim, James, State of Singap ore Lloyd, Richard, Florence, S. C. Seventh Row: Lovin, Clifford Ramsey, High Point Lund, Sigrid Gray, Gambler, Ohio Lundeberg, Andrea, Northfield, Minn. Lutz, Paul Eugene, Chapel Hill McAlpine, Marjorie Jean, Nagoya, Japan McCall, Mary Leona, Alma, Mich. Eighth Row: McShane, Edna Elizabeth, Greenwood, Miss. Mahoney, Mary Ann, Ferguson, Mo. Maravilla, Peria, Landicho, Philippines Massengill, Anna Herring, Goldsboro Messengill, Herman, Princeton, N. J. Mitchell, John Joseph, Columbia, S. C. Ninth Row: Morter, Dale Cline. Chapel Hill Morton, Brice Floyd, Charlotte Mudholkar Govind Shrikrishna, Poona, India Mukherjee BIshwa Nath. Patna, India Ness, Sandra Gordon, East Point, Ga. Northrip, Robert Earl, Lebanon, Mo. Tenth Row: Odom, Jerry Wayne, Tarpon Springs, Fla. Odom, Martha Lane Kiser, Emporia, Va. Osborne, Nancy Carolyn, Brevard Palmer, William Fisher, Thomasville Parker, Richard Clyde, Glen Alpine Parker, Walter Raleigh, Jr., Woodland Page 406 oogBi] First Row: Pasler, Anita, New York, N. Y. Petrea, Delmas Huga, Kannapolis Phillips. Stanley Josephus, Barcilly, India Pleasants, Julian Mclver, Southern Pines Polk, Lindsay, Franklin, Tenn. Pullen, Sarah E., Parkton Second Row: Ray, Sudhindra Narayan, Calcutta, India Recktenwald, Robert, Miami Beach, Fla. Reece, Robert Newton, Phillipsburg, Kan. Reid, Mary Jeanne, Jacksonville, Fla. Rich, Judith Marie, Fairmont, Minn. Roper, Fred Wilburn, Hendersonville Third Row: Rouzer, Mary Edna, Salisbury Rowland, Mary Searle, Durham Rush, Orville, Burlington Russell, Alice Faie, Cumberland Gap, Tenn. Russell, Nancy Kathryn, Fort Smith, Ark. Safriet, Barbara Anne, Kannapolis Scott. Meckinley. Assam, India Fourth Row: Senn, Barbara Louise, Columbia. S. C. Shoffner, Miriam, Miamisburg, Ohio Slaughter, Walker. Bristol. Va. Sloan. Charles H.. Arlington. Va. Smith. Eugene Crosby. Dunn Smith, Roy L., Stanfield Smoot, David Madison, Wake Forest Fifth Row: Sowers, Cynthia Jane, Lexington Sproles, Charles Ben, Spruce Pine Staley, Carl Clifford, Frederick, Md. Stallings, Jo Ellen, New London Stoesen, Alexander, Pensacola, Fla. Stone, Richard G., Raleigh Tallon. Phillip L., Roselle. N. J. Sixth Row: Teeling, John Paul, Rev., Denver, Colo. Tester, Shirley Dean, Sophia Thelin, Mark Cushman, Sioux Falls, S. D. Thornton, Jack, Sanford Tirtha, Ranjit. Simla, India Tonne, Philip Charia, Westchester, III. Trabue, Ann. Hopkinsville, Ky. Seventh Row: Turner, Frances Carol, Winston-Salem Turner, William Hagood, Greenwood, S. C. Vann. Joseph McAlpin. Charlotte Verner, Marion Caldwell, Brevard Vernon, Glenn Lewis, Prichard, Ala. Villas, James Milton, Charlotte Walter, Kenneth, Atlanta, Ga. Eighth Row: Ward, Charles Russell, Lake Waccamaw Ward, Faye Tomer, Greensburg. Pa. Ward. James. Washington. D. C. Warren. William George. Takapuna, New Zealand Waters, Robert Warren, Roanoke Rapids Webb. Marvis Charles, Gadsden, Ala. Welsh, John Alexander, III, Chesterfield, S. C. Ninth Row: West. William Osborne. Jr., Oneida, Tenn. Whedbee, Mabel Martin, Hertford Wichmann, Paul Karl, Golden, Colo. Williams, Patricia Williams. Washington, D. C. Williford, Joanna Parker, Hertford Wingrove. Charles Ray, Falmouth, Va. Wmsor, Robert Frazier, Virginia Beach, Va. Tenth Row: Wongsoharsono, Raden. Banjuwangi, Indonesia Wood, Barbara Jane. New York, N. Y. Woolsey, Marcus, Brooks, Ga. Woosley, Norma Lee, Clemmons Wright, Patsy E.. Cherryville Wu. E-Chung. Kaohsiung, Taiwan Zachariah, George, Alwaye, India Poge 407 •vk i lcj . ' ■ ' ,?; ft ' - l i7i! te_ ' .T . ' i ' ' " ' : - iMM .EDBETTI S tUtlf S LEDBETT tCKARD Stlt n .■v " Riisi «L ■F ' _«•■■• ' fjmty ' ' • ■ J.r Dedicated to the discovery and development of better medicines for better health- si nee 1841. 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Franklin St. WATTS RESTAURANT and MOTEL SPECIALIZES IN STEAKS 2 Miles South of Chapel Hill on the Pittsboro Highway PHONE 942-3860 Fine Printing Since 1923 THE ORANGE PRINTSHOP 126 E. Rosemary Tel. 942-3257 Chapel Hill, North Carolina Page 421 Chapel Hill ' s Furniture Center on West Franklin St. Come in for Royal Welcome Service BRAKE RELINING AND REPAIRS MOTOR TUNING WILLIAMS Pure Oil Service 424 West Franklin St. Phone 942-4452 Finer quality . . . Greater selection FOWLER ' S FOOD STORE West Franklin Street Chapel Hill STEVENS -SHEPHERD CLOTHING STORE CHAPEL HILL ' S FAVORITE 1: B i 4 t; 1 V:l!l;(:h) ■ mma " i. " BRADY ' S Durham Highway DELICIOUS FOOD Facilities for Private Parties liL!ic|cmij Page 422 MAJOR LEAGUE BOWLIXG LA] ES 24 Automatic AMF Pin Spotters Come in and see Lennie Rosenbluth, Phil Folger and Tony Radovich EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER Congratulations to the Class of ' 61 TOWN CAMPUS Men ' s Apparel Ladies ' Sportswear BOB cox BOB SIMPSON TAR HEEL CLEANERS Pick tlp And Dvlivory S rvioo West Franklin Street • Telephone 942-4425 l. G. BALFOUR COMPANY Your Official Fraternity and Sorority Jewelers Recognized as the Nation ' s Finest Producers of Custom-made Emblematic Jewelry MEDALS TROPHIES Hill Paschall, District Representative Over Ivy Room Restaurant 10021 2 W. Main St., Durham Phone 4-101 1 • Compliments CHAPEl Hill TIRE CO. " Your GOODYEAR Dealer " • 1961 YACKETY YACK Prinfed By WASHBURN PRINTING COMPANY Engravings Made By CHARLOTTE ENGRAVING COMPANY CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA j CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA Page 423 THE PORTRAITS IN THIS YEARBOOK WERE MADE BY SMITH STUDIO l kotoa apker6 . OFFICIAL PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR THE " 1961 YACKETY YACK " 12 EAST HARGETT STREET RALEIGH NORTH CAROLINA Page 424 . ' Ui ' - ' y- ;. jf ' v ,u ' , ' " l -■-■,■,v IBBkiIv- ' " : ' ' ' ' - ' ' ' ' ■ • ' ■ ' ' ; ' ■ " ' 7 ' ' ' ■ " ' f ' l.- ' i V - i. ■ ' ■■ ' -,• ' 7 - ' - " ,1 ' , ' . ■- ' ■ .i ' K : V ■•■-.J- ' :■ i • ' : ' ' . - . f r; t.. a

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