University of Tennessee Knoxville - Volunteer Yearbook (Knoxville, TN)
- Class of 1963
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Text from Pages 1 - 340 of the 1963 volume:
THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
BILL BLEVINS 0 EDITOR
BILL MYERS 0 BUSINESS MANAGER
A Glimpse of You--The University
Through the pages of this hook,
you will see your University
through a studentis eyes. "I t is
not from Masters, hut from their
equals that youth learn a knowl-
edge o f the world?--Goldsmith
Little Are We Aware
Knoxville, Tennessee, a town
around a toivn. The city fades
into obscurity as our lives focus
around the University. Seldom
do we notice the people, the
places, the things that have
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Rush Brought Us
The rush was on. Suddenly you
were herded like cattle from
house to house and party to
party. Smile, talk fast, that
first impression means everything.
"Fm sorry that section is closed .U
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maneuver your schedule around till it
fits. I t always seemed psychic the
way they could run out of cards just
before you got there.
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The Perils of
Getting Into Classes
Life In The Dormitories
From the outside the dorms from
old Sopbrona Strong to the new
Yale dorm give an impression of
quiet and reserved activity.
However, tlrese homes away from home
are scenes of many momentous occasions.
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the black robes of new O A K's,
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the homecoming parade, the rush to
the dorm at 12:2 5-all are part of
the traditions of Tennessee.
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The Spirit That
Envelops Us All
From the freshest freshman to the
oldest graduate, Tennessee spirit
will never die. It is an evasive
qaalityg one that is hard to define,
but we all know it is there.
Mood of Winter
Winter quarter brings a change
to the campus in more ways than one:
everything seems to slow downg grades
are betterg the weather is worseg and
the days are shorter.
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"It's not for knowledge that we
Caine to college," as the old saying
goes. However, inost of us come to a
rude awakening when classes begin and
those first long assignments are due.
From that first gathering after the
football game until the big spring
forinals, the parties inade the week ends
worth waiting for. First came the
twist, then the hugh-babyg where will
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F inally, the big day of graduation
arrived and weren't we proud!
Comes to The Campus
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T N1 HON FRANK G. CLIQMICNT
MR TOM ELAM
THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Greetings, Students and Faculty Members:
It is a pleasure for me to tc-ll you how proud I
am of you who represent the University of Tennessee in
various capacities. I am sure it has meant a great deal
to you to have been a part of The University of Tennessee,
:his State's highest educational inatitunion and one of the
oldest and largest in the nation,
cenaimy the countless honors which have come
Lo the University in the past and the recognition accorded
many distinguished alumni were made possible through the
democratic coordination of the efforts of all, together with
ine loyalty and faithfulness of students and faculty in
upholding Cherished ideals and traditions .
The high standards of your school have been
exemplified in many ways and l am happy to extend my
congratulations and best wishes to each of you.
MR. XVAYNE FISHER MR. LEONARD RAULSTON
MR. E. BOYD CQARRICTT MR. .IEROME G. TAYLOR
MR. HARRY YV. L.-x1'O111.1N MR. HIiRIlI2RT S. YNALTLRS
MR. CHARLES D. LOc:K1c'1'T MR, CLYDIQ M. YORK
'IVDGIE WILLIAM E. NTIl,l.liR DR. ANDREW D. HOLT
MR. VYASSELL RfXNDOl.lfll
The President chats with some of his students
THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
OFFICE or THE PRESIDENT
To the Students, Faculty, and Alumni
The University of Tennessee
Ten, twenty, fifty, or a hundred years from now, when you are
thumbing through this edition of the VOLUNTEER, we trust that it will
give you pleasant thoughts of Hthat wonderful yearn of 1962-63. It
was a wonderful year for the University, a year in which the institu-
tion pushed ahead in its efforts for greater academic achievement.
The physical appearance of the University's Knoxville campus
changed during the year. The new Physics Building and HcClung Museum
were completed and occupied. The football stadium was Vdouble-deckedn
on the west side, and the entire structure was named in honor of the
late General Robert R. Neyland. Construction was in progress on the
Nathan W. Dougherty Engineering Building. Erection of the Panhellenic
Building was started,
But with all these physical changes, there have been no changes
in the character of the University. This is something that has re-
mained and should remain constant down through the centuries. The
University is a combination of many colleges, and its character is
largely a composite of the ideals and goals of the various disciplines
it teaches. However, underlying the composite, conmwn to faculty and
students in all colleges, is a spirit of democracy and dedication, an
enthusiastic urge to serve others as expressed by the Volunteer
Symbol--Uhe that beareth a torch shadoweth himself to give light to
Yes, ten, twenty, fifty, or a hundred years from now, the
physical appearance of the campus will be vastly different from what
it is in 1962-63, but we predict and hope that the University's char-
acter will not change.
Congratulations to the editors of the 1963 VOLUNTEER for the
splendid job done in depicting that wonderful year of 1962-632
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DR. HERMAN E. SPIVEY
' Vice-President for Academics
EDWARD J. BOLING
X,fi1.e-President for Development Vice-President for Finance if
MR. HAROLD READ
RALPH H. DUNFURD
Dean of Students
Dean of Admissions and Records
MARGARET L. CLNINGGIM
Dean of WVOIIICII
Dean of Student Affairs
Dean of Agriculture
The University,s agricultural training program draws its
strength not only from its teaching faculty, but also from
its position in the entire University 'gfamilyf' It continually
utilizes the resources of the Universityis other colleges in
the training of agricultural students. The College of Agri-
culture contributes to the training of students by the divi-
sions of agricultural research, agricultural extension, and
The Agricultural Experiment Station, a unit of this col-
lege, conducts research on many problems which confront
Tennessee farmers. Six substations located in various parts
of the state and the main station at the University of Ten-
nessee in Knoxville are maintained for the experimental
The College of Agriculture prides itself on the fact that
its faculty members have excellent academic qualifications
and have distinguished themselves by their work in research
and extension fields, as well as in agricultural business and
The world of business offers a host of challenging ad-
ventures that satisfy talents and tastes of persons with
vastly different aptitudes and ambitions.
Training secured through the various curricula of the
College of Business Administration will prepare students
for employment in their chosen fieldsg give them knowledge
of history, literature, and scienceg provide them with in-
formation concerning current political and other social
problems which should stimulate them to active participa-
tion in civic affairs, and help them to secure the broad
vision of economic affairs and the understanding of funda-
mental economic courses which are today essential for suc-
cessful business leadership.
The excellent quality of training received is reflected by
business administration graduates who have assumed posi-
tions of responsibility and leadership in all types of business
and civic life. This in itself explains why the University of
'l'ennessec's College of Business Administration is a leader
in the South. both in the programs provided for training
in virtually all types of skilled work in the business world,
and opportunity provided for outside training in these vari-
FRANK B. WARD
Dean of Business Administration
Glocker Business Administration Building
E. C. MERRILL
Dean of Education
P. P. Claxton Education Building
The Claxton Education Building houses all but three of
the departments and areas ol the College of Education. This
building, air-conditioned throughout, was carefully planned
and equipped to provide the most modern and functional
facilities for the training of teachers and to illustrate good
educational environment, The Education Library is well
equipped for research and study purposes, and specially
constructed laboratories provide facilities for many of the
programs of specialization.
The College of Education holds membership in the
American Association of Colleges for 'l'eacher Education,
and all its programs are fully accredited by the National
Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.
The College of Education cooperates with other agencies
in continuous cllorts to improve educational programs of
the State. engages in research activities on educational prob-
lems, and acts as a coordinating agency for University' sery-
ices to the public schools.
The primary objective of the College of Engineering is to
prepare students to enter the professional practice of en-
gineering. The college has eight major Curricula in which a
student niay speciahxee-chenncah civd, ekctdcah indtw-
trial, mechanical, metallurgical, nuclear engineering, and
An engineering student has available two study plans. He
niay enter the regular undergradtuue progranileading to
the Bachelor of Science degree after four years of study.
or he may enroll under the cooperative plan at the begin-
ning of his sophomore year. There is also a binary program
in engineering education, whereby the student studies in
both liberal arts and engineering colleges. receiving his de-
gree in Eve years.
Cultural and disciplinary values of engineering training
give the graduate an excellent preparation for life, whether
he Ends his career in engineering or in some other profes-
A. T. GRANGER
Dean of Engineering
Dean of Home Economics
Home Economies Building
HO E ECO OMICS
The University of Tennessees College of Home Eco-
nomies is one of the outstanding colleges in the nation. This
total home economies program includes not only resident
teaching through the College, but also research through the
Experiment Station. and Extension Service through the
Home Demonstration and 4-H Club programs.
XVithin this college, students may specialize in a maximum
number of various courses. Courses during the first two
years are designed to promote the students' general educa-
tion as individuals, citizens, and future homemakers. The
junior and senior years are designed for professional educa-
tion with specialization in the various areas.
The major goal of the college is the achievement of better
everyday living in the home. This includes both the science
and arts of better livingg artistic and economical clothingg
convenient. comfortable. and ht-autiful homes: well-
adjusted. Cooperative family members: parents who under-
stand the care and training ol children. and the achieving
eli happy family relations.
The College of Law provides for students a wide
curriculum and a broad perspective. It supplies a more
comprehensive understanding and knowledge of law by a
redesigned and improved program.
The Law College is a charter member of the Association
of American Law Schools, in cooperation with the Ameri-
can Bar Association. The Order of the Coif, a nationally
outstanding law-school honor society, which is restricted to
law schools upholding the highest scholarship standards, is
maintained at the University of Tennessee.
Benehting from the practical experience of the Legal Aid
Clinic, law students have occasion to correlate practice and
theory in cases. XVith the help of a faculty supervisor the
student becomes familiar with the law in practice by com-
ing in contact with clients. Another means of gaining prac-
tice is through the Moot Court, which meets weekly. Senior
students are required to prepare cases, select the jury, and
perform all the duties of counsel.
KENNETH L. KNICKERBOCKER
Dean of Liberal Arts
The primary purpose of the College of Liberal Arts is to
acquaint the student with broad and representative fields
of knowledge and to increase his ability to apply this knowl-
edge. lt seeks to create for the individual a basis for mature
private life and intelligent participation in society, while
laying the groundwork for a successful career,
Despite the fact tl1at educational breadth is the eltiel' goal
of the Bachelor of Arts Curriculum. the system of majors
and minors provides for some degree of concentration.
Through the choice of a major the student will obtain suf-
ficient knowledge to start him on a career.
The Hill is the center of Liberal Arts activity with Ayers
Hall, Hesler Hall, Dabney Hall, Science Hall and others
housing departments of the College of Liberal Arts. Under
direction of Kenneth L. Knickerbocker. the college is
continually striving to better its program.
The University of Tennessee conducts general extension
activities through the several colleges. schools. and depart-
ments of the institution. To keep abreast of the times and to
prepare for the demands of the future require the continu-
ous pursuit of fresh ideas. information. and skills -in short.
education throughout life.
The feasibility and effectiveness of this type of educa-
tional etliort is fully demonstrated in the varied program of
the Extension Service: CllassesffTen thousand people in
forty ditlierent locations of the state are now taking college
credit courses at night. clOf1fC'l'l'HCCS'"Tl1l? purpose is to
bring together qualified and interested research people to
share new information and ideas. to develop insights, and
to cope with current problems. Home-These correspond-
ence courses cover the same subject matter as regular
campus classes. Radio and television- 'The University ex-
tends its campus to the l1on1es by informational programs
on sixty-five commercial stations in Tennessee. Films-Edu-
cational films enrich the learning process through the pres-
entation of new ideas, methods. and solutions. Library
service and municipal technical advisory service are also
included in the extension service.
HILTON A. SMITH
Dean of Graduate School
JABIES E. ARNOLD
Dean of University Extension
The University of Tennessee, with a wide variety of op-
portunities for graduate study, offers a program which is
one of the largest and most comprehensive in the South.
The University's present doctural programs were initiated
about twenty years ago, and have expanded rapidly with
Doctor's degrees presently offered in thirty-two areas. Addi-
tional fields are being added as warranted by expanding
faculty and facilities.
The principal aim of the Graduate School is that of
education beyond the Bachelors level through advanced
courses, seminars, and research. The total resources of the
University are made available to graduate students through
its various colleges, schools. and special services. Each stu-
dent is expected to take full advantage of the opportunities
ollered and to maintain a high quality of achievement in
the various phases of his program. To assist him. certain
procedures and regulations are described and formulated
by the Graduate Council and administered by the Dean of
the Graduate School. The program of an individual student
is expected to be quite flexible. but should still remain
within the framework of the degree programs approved
by the Council. Each student should acquaint himself with
the rules and procedures, as well as any special requirements
of individual colleges or departments.
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Jean Abbott, Chattanooga, Home Economics.
Peter Angelo Adams, Greeneville, ATSZ, Business Administra-
tion, Trans. Carson-Newman College, ATS? Public Relations
Officer, V.-Pres. Society for Advancement of Management,
UT Sports Car Club, Carnicus Art Comm. Chairman, Home-
coming Parade Comm. Chairman, Aloha Oe Decorations
Comm., Torch staff.
Frank H. Alden, Portland, KE, Liberal Arts.
Clifford Warren Allen, Memphis, Engineering, AIEE, IEEE,
fIJMA, KKNII, Dorm Counselor, Band, Sec.-Treas. Dorm, ANS.
Mary Frances Amick, Pikeville, Kentucky, Education, SNEA,
AWS, Dorm Council.
Janet Sue Anderson, Asheville, North Carolina, AAII, Educa-
tion, Usher Corps, AWS, SNEA.
Janice Spencer Anderson, Franklin, AAH, Education.
Judith Kaye Anderson, Kingsport, EK, Liberal Arts, EK Pres.,
Asst. Pledge Trainer, SGA, Soph. Aide, AWS Orientation
Leader, Tennessee Girl Staff, VOLUNTEER Staff, SNEA,
Carnicus Comm., French Club.
Nancy Mae Anderson, Knoxville, Business Administration.
Phyllis M. Anderson, Bainbridge, Ohio, EK, Liberal Arts,
AWS Orientation Leader, Carnicus Art Comm.: Co-Chairman
Research and Records Comm. All-Sing, AAA, IIEA, Sec. UT
Singers, Glee Club, EK Scholarship Chairman.
Wayne Edward Anderson, Chattanooga, EKIDE, Liberal Arts,
Billie Frances Armstrong, Englewood, AXQ, Business adminis-
tration, AFP Sweetheart, SNEA, Office Administration Club,
AWS, Activities Chairman AXQ.
Sandra Leah Arnold, Atlanta, Georgia, AFA, Liberal Arts,
Trans. Emory University, AWS, Rec. Sec. AFA, Dorm officer.
Ronald Kenneth Babb, North Merrick, New York, ATA, Trans.
York Junior College, Business Administration, Adawayhi, Cir-
cle K, Aloha Oe Comm., All-Sing Comm., Society Advance-
Charles Moody Barker, Nashville, Engineering, ASEC, Dorm
Suzanne Barnard, Ripley, X523 Home Economics, Home Ec
Betty Gay Barnett, Oak Ridge, Liberal Arts, EAII.
Thomas Leon Barr, Dyersburg, QPEK, Engineering, Trans.
David Francis Bautista, Elizabethton, Law, KIDAA Legal Fra-
ternity, Rep. to ALSA.
Vivian F. Bautista, Elizabethon, Liberal Arts, Law Wives Club.
Elizabeth Argo Beardslee, Ridgcly, AAII, Education, SNEA'
ABA, CBA, Usher Corps.
lVIary Faye Bellamy, Clarksville: Home Economics: Home Ee
Nancy Ann Benoist, Chattanooga: ZTA: Home Economics:
Trans. from U.T., Martin: Home Ec Club: Honor Award in
Textiles and Clothing: AWS: Student Forum, ZTA.
Nancy Garland Benson, Isabella: AXS25 Home Economics:
Home Ec Club: Publicity Chairman, AXSZ: Glee Club.
William Joseph Binkley, Jr., Nashville: ZZQE: Rush Chairman
EIDE: Liberal Arts: Homecoming, Carnicus, All-Sing Comm.:
Small Group Co-chairman, Homecoming, All-Sing, Campus
Beautiful: Adawayhi: Circle K: Freshman Baseball: VOLUN-
TEER Staff: Carnicus Advisory Board.
William Benjamin Blackmon, Jackson: KIDEK: Engineering:
ASCE: Sentinel, QEK.
Bernie Jacob Bleu, Memphis: ZBT: Historian ZBT: Liberal
Arts: Homecoming Comm.: SGA Traditions Comm.
James William Blevins, Nashville: EX: Business Administra-
tion: Secretary Sigma Chi: Editor of VOLUNTEER: Scarab-
bean: Campus Executives Club: Student Center Comm. Chair-
man: Who's Who.
Jane Bowling, Athens: Liberal Arts.
Patricia Bain Brady, Sylva, N.C.5 EK: Liberal Arts: Activities
Chairman of EK: All-Sing, Carnicus, AWS, Greek Week
Commg. Tyson House: Trans. from Western Carolina College,
Emma Sue Breeclen, Knoxville: Business Administration:
AWS: "YH: Orange and White staff: Journalism Club.
Richard Van Brooks, Newport: Engineering: ASME: ACE
Margaret Anne Browder, Harriman: AAU: Liberal Arts:
James Roby Brown, Chattanooga: AXA: Business Administra-
trion: treasurer of AXA: Wesley Foundation.
Vandalyn Brown, Marion, N.C.: Business Administration:
Trans. Brevard Junior College: Orange and White staff: Jour-
nalism Club: AWS.
Charles Brumbelow, Bristol: Business Administration.
Anthony R. Buhl, Clinton: Engineering.
Barbara Janet Bunch, Nashville: EK: Education.
David Elkin Burkhart, Oak Ridge: IIKA: Liberal Arts: Presi-
dent, Vice-President of HKA: President of Senior Class: SGA:
Freshman Council: Homecoming, All-Sing, and Carnicus
Comm.: Track and Cross Country Teams.
Gerald Robert Burns, Alcoa: EX: Liberal Arts: GMA: U.T.
Band: Phi Eta Sigma: AEA.
Ronnie Allan Burton, lNIaryville: Engineering: AXE: President,
AXE: AICE Vice-President: Campus Executives Club: Dorm
Counselor: Men's Glee Club: Freshman Scholarship winner.
Robert Tyrone Butts, Nashville: Engineering: AIEE,
Ruth Louise Butts, Fulton, Ky.: AF: Education: President,
Asst. Treas., Social Chmn., Pledge President of AF: Jr. Pan-
hcllenic: U.T. Chorus: AAA: Carnicus Comm.: Sophomore
Aide: Campus Beautiful Comm.: All-Sing Comm.: Panhellenic
Treas.: Orientation Leader: Vice-President Dorm: Section Edi-
tor, VOLUNTEER: blortar Board: SNEA: Campus Executives
Maxine Byerley, Knoxvilleg Home Economicsg Home Ee Clubg
Bill G. Caldwell, Knoxvilleg Business Administrationg SAM,
Harriett Elizabeth Caldwell, Bentong AZg Educationg Aloha Oeg
Carnicus and All-Sing Comm.g Ed. Clubg AWS Comm.g SNEA.
Ellen Calloway, Springfieldg KAg Educationg KA Activities
Chmn.g Soph. Aideg AFROTC Sponsorg Usher Corpsg SGA
Rep.g UT Singersg All-Sing, Carnicus, and Homecoming Comm.
Billie Ray Cannon, Knoxvilleg 1IPMg Educationg QM Vice-Pres.g
Pledge Directorg IIA6g Carnicus Chmn.g SNEA.
Mickey joe Carmack, Greenevilleg Engineeringg CDFAQ Sabre
Steve Dixon Cates, Readyvilleg ISAg Agricultureg ISA Pres.g
Vice-Pres.g Vice-Pres. Senior Classg BSU Pres.g AG Club Rep.5
Mgr. Editorg SGA Rep.g Carnicus and All-Sing Comm.
Frances Louella Cherry, Chattanoogag AI'g Business Adminis-
trationg Parl. and Rituals Officer, AFQ Carnicus and All-Sing
Elizabeth Rebecca Christian, Knoxvilleg AAIIg Home Eco-
Donald Thomas Chunn, Columbiag QFA, Business Administra-
Phyllis Anne Claiborne, Knoxvilleg Educationg Modern Dance
Kenneth M. Clark, Knoxvilleg Business Administration.
Kitty Clark, Charlotte, N.C.g Edueationg AWS5 SNEA Orienta-
tion Leader, AFA.
Nancy Ann Clift, Knoxvilleg AEAg Engineeringg ACE Boardg
Soc, of Women Eng.g Dolphin Clubg All-Sing, Carnicus and
Homecoming Comm.g AWS Orientation Leader.
Stephen Holland Clonts, Knoxvilleg fIPI'Ag Liberal Arts.
Harriet Jane Cobb, Covingtong X95 Educationg All-Sing,
Carnicus, and Homecoming Comm.g Student Forum, "Y"g
Joseph Arnold Cofer, Jr., Chattanoogag Engineeringg AFROTC
Drum Sc Bugle Corpg Am. Soc. of Mech. Engr., Treas.g ISA.
Nancy Arrissia Coffee, Livingstong AZg Home Economicsg
Home Ee Clubg AWS Orientation Leaderg Trans. from TPI.
Suzanne Bradley Collings, Knoxvilleg AIU Liberal Artsg 2nd
Deborah Hoyt Conger, Chattanoogag AZg Business Administra-
tiong AWS Comm.g Trans. from Emory University.
John Beall Conger, Fayettevilleg AFP5 Agricultureg All-Sing
Comm.5 Ag Clubg AG Roundup Comm.
William Lee Cooksey, III, Jackson, EQIJE, Business Administra-
tion, Prelegal Society, Marketing and Retailing Club, SAM,
Carnicus Stage Comm.
Joe Bruce Corban, Orlinda, AYP, Business Administration,
Adawayhi, IFC, Freshman Council, Ag Club, Forrestry Club,
Marketing and Retailing Club.
William Butler Cowan, Jr., LaGrange, EAE, Agriculture:
Scarabbean, Circle K, Adawayhi: AZ, SFOB Board, Scabbard
and Blade, Advanced Club, Ag Business Club, Co-Chairman
Peggy Ann Cowling, Memphis, AOH, Liberal Arts.
Robert Earl Cox, Bluff City, Engineering, UT Rifle Team,
Samuel Noel Cramer, III, Candor, North Carolina, Engineer-
ing, American Nuclear Society, Basketball Squad.
James Alvin Crossman, Nashville, EX, Business Administration,
Circle K, Real Estate Society.
Emily Crump, Knoxville, Business Administration, Editor of
Orange and White.
William Hall Damewood, Jr., Knoxville, Business Administra-
tion, AEII, Semper Fidelis Society, Band.
Adelaide Elizabeth Davenport, Chattanooga, Liberal Arts, XQ,
Vol Chorus, Transfer from University of Chattanooga.
Linda Terrell Davis, Nashville, Business Administration, AF,
Adawayhi Publicity Chairman, AI' Activities Chairman, His-
torian, Greek Week Art Comm., Carnicus Art Comm., Student
Center Program Comm., Orange and White Business and Edi-
William Ray Day, Russellville, ISA, Business Administration,
Martha Fair Dempster, Collierville, AAA, Liberal Arts, Treas-
urer and President of AAA, AWS Legislative Board, Cheer-
leader, AFROTC Sponsor, Sophomore Aide, All-Sing Advisory
Board, Orientation Leader, Student Center Comm., Home-
coming, All-Sing, Carnicus Comm., SNEA, Campus Execu-
tives' Club, Mortar Board Historian, VOLUNTEER Staff,
Usher Corps, Who's Who.
Hoyt Harper Denton, Madisonville, 4211, Engineering, fIP9K,
Virginia Rush Devine, Nashville, APA, Education, Transfer
from University of Alabama, SNEA.
William Thomas Dillard, Knoxville, ZX, Law.
DeAnna Sue Doty, Kingsport, ISA, Home Economics, Home
EC Club, Vice-Pres. ISA, Political Rep., Intramural Chair-
man, AWS Legislative and Judicial Board, Orientation Leader,
WIR, BSU, Freshman Council, Dorm Vice-Pres.: Blue Tri-
angle, All-Sing Comm., UT Singers, SGA, Dolphin Club,
SNEA, Sophomore Aide.
Sandra Lee Dove, Knoxville, QM, Business Administration:
QM President, Campus Executives Club, AWS Vice-Pres.,
Mortar Board, Adawayhi, Homecoming Advisory Board: "Most
Outstanding Sophomore", Panhellenic Rep., QM Rush Chair-
Jon Patrick Downey, Montgomery, Alabama, EX, Liberal Arts.
Henry C. Dye, Portland, KZ, Business Administration, Vice-
Pres. KE, President EAX, President UT Journalism Club,
Sports Editor Orange and White, Chairman All-Sing Commf
Carnicus Comm., Chairman KX.
Janice Derrell Eagleton, Maryville, EK, Education, AWS
Projects Comm., Orientation Leader, Jr. and Sr. Panhellenic,
Vice-Pres. EK, SNEA, Secretary of Dorm.
James Edgar Eaves, Knoxville, Liberal Arts.
Zora E. Eblen, Jellico, ZTA, Business Administration, Vice-
Pres., Rush Chm. ZTA, Panhellenic Council.
Sandra Kay Edwards, Knoxville, XS2, Liberal Arts, Homecom-
ing, All-Sing Comm., Pledge Treasurer, Sergeant at Arms, XQ,
Evelyn Archer Elliot, Knoxville, AEA, Liberal Arts, Corres-
ponding Secretary, AEA, Historian AAA, Homecoming, All-
Sing, Student Forum Comm., Co-Chm. Homecoming Comm.,
Pan-Hellenic, Rep. IIACD, Miller's College Board.
June Ellington, Knoxville, AAII, Home Economics, Reporter,
Historian, Publicity Chm. AAII, SGA, Student Center Public-
ity Chairman, Usher Corps, All-Sing, Carnicus Publicity Co-
Carol Joyce Ellis, Columbia, AEA, Business Administration,
Social Chairman, AEA, Homecoming, All-Sing, Carnicus
Comm., Greek Week Comm.
Newton Lafayette Emerson, Columbia, EX, Liberal Arts, De-
Virginia Louise England, Cleveland, KA, Home Economics,
Chaplain, Song Leader, KA, Blue Triangle, Sophomore Aide,
Orientation Leader, AWS: Volunteer Chorus, All-Sing,
Carnicus Comm.: Home Ee Club.
William Lafiew Eubank, Chattanooga, EAE, Business Admin-
istration: Finance Association: Homecoming, All-Sing Comm.,
Treasurer, Adawayhi, Circle K: Board of Directors, Circle K.
Judy Ray Evans, Oak Ridge, GPM, Home Economics, Dorm
President: Orientation Leader: Tennessee Girl Staff, Volunteer
Staff: AWS Judicial Board: KX.
Richard A. Evans, Knoxville, Engineering, ASCE.
Daniel Farber, Brooklyn, N.Y., ZBT, Education, SEO, Ritual
Jim Farnham, Knoxville, ZX, Liberal Arts, Vice-Pres. EX,
Chairman IFC Scholarship Comm., HAZ, President Pre-legal
Society, Campus Executives Club.
William Ray Fendley, Jr., Knoxville, QZK, Liberal Arts, All-
Sing Comm., Carnicus Comm., Treasurer QEK.
Mary Dugger Fetzer, Eliz-abethton, AXQ, Education, ANIIA,
Dolphin Club, KIJHT, SNEA.
Joyce Elinor Finnell, Cleveland, KA, Home Economics, His-
torian, KA, Campus Executives Club, Home Ec Club Presi-
dent, AWS, Frosh Board, Sophomore Aide, Christian Student
Center, Collegiate 4-H Club, President, YWCA, "YH Cabinet.
Nancy Marilyn Fisher, Knoxville, APA, Business Administra-
tion: SGA: Trans., Sullins College, SNEA, TEA, Office Ad-
ministration Club, Social Chairman, Rush Chairman, APA.
Carl L. Flair, Clarksville, EX, Engineering.
Harry Gaston Forbes, Jr., Greenville, 1Iv1'A, Liberal Arts, Presi-
dent, JJHZ, OAK, Commander, Arnold Air Society, President,
IIEA, Commander, Sabre Air Command, Lt. Col., AFROTC,
Circle K, Society of American Military Engineers, Campus
Rebecca L. Ford, Knoxville: EK, Liberal Arts, Vol Chorus,
Vice-President, Y.W.A., Homecoming Committee.
David F. Foster, Concord: DDE, Business Administration, Ad-
vanced Army ROTC, UT Band.
William B. Foster, Old Hickory, Business Administration.
Connie Lynne Franklin, Knoxville, Education, "Y", SNEA,
Baptist Student Union, Executive Council, YWA.
Floyd Duane Free, jackson, Engineering.
Sandra Gail Freeland, Chattanooga, IIBIP, Education, Vice-
President, Scholarship Chairman, Assistant Rush Chairman,
Intramurals Chm., IIBCI1, Sophomore Aide, All-Sing Comm.,
SNEA, Student Forum, Neyland Scholarship Drive, Wesley
Sam J. Furrow, Knoxville, QA9, Business Administration, Bri-
gade Commander, Army ROTC, President, 'FAI' Colony of
KIPAG, President Scabbard and Blade, Secretary-Treasurer, Mar-
keting-Retailing Club, Outstanding ROTC Cadet.
Frank B. Gianotti, Memphis, EAE, Engineering, Vice-Pres.,
ZAE, U.T. Swimming Team, ASCE, Pledge Trainer, Warden.
Hillman C. Giles, Knoxville, Engineering.
Mack Aleene Goddard, Maryville, KA, Liberal Arts, Scholar-
ship Chairman, Rush Chairman, KA, Sophomore Aide, Orienta-
tion Leader, Army ROTC Sponsor, Circle K Sweetheart,
U.T. Singers, Usher Corps, fblifiv, AAA, SGA.
Ruth Anne Goddard, Dandridge, HBKIP, Education, Publicity
Chm., IIBfIf, Treasurer Dorm, Blue Triangle, Corresponding
Richard Baxter Gossett, Memphis, KE, Business Administra-
tion, Advanced ROTC, Marketing-Retailing Club, HY",
Campus Beautiful Committee.
Willia.m Karl Grasfeder, Union City, ATA, Engineering,
ASCE, SAME, Wesley Foundation.
Judith Ann Gray, Morristown, Education, SNEA, PACE
Committee, Homecoming Committee, AWS.
Herschel Amon Guinn, Jr., Chattanooga, Engineering, Treas-
urer, AXE, AICE.
James Evan Hall, Greensboro, N.C,, EX, Liberal Arts, Presi-
dent, Social Chairman, EX, All-Sing Advisory Board, Election
Commission, TKA, SGA, Chairman Political Party, Campus
Executives Club, Homecoming, All-Sing, Carnicus, Comm.
Penny Jean Hall, Knoxville, Education, SNEA, Modern
Dance Club, HY".
jerry Victor Hamby, Athens, EX, Business Administration,
U.T. Band, Secretary, President, Stadium Hall, Advanced
Alice Salyer Hamilton, Knoxville, AFA, Liberal Arts.
Karen Ann Haralson, Maryville, IIBKP, Liberal Arts, Trans.,
Agnes Scott College, Vol Chorus.
David Kirby Harmon, Donelson, Engineering, AICE.
David Paul Harrill, Madisonville, KPPA, Business Administra-
tion, Marketing-Retailing Club.
Joseph Wood Harriman, Crossville, KE, Liberal Arts, Vice-
Pres., Pledge Trainer, KE, SGA, German Club, French Club,
Vice-Pres., French Club, U.T. Singers, U.T. Band, Orange
and White Staff, Chairman, Student Center Lecture Comm.,
Carnicus Comm., SGA Publications Comm., SGA Election
Ann Evangeline Harris, Hendersonville, AFA, Home ECO-
nomics, Chaplain, Altrustic Chairman, AFA, Home EC Club,
Dolphin Club, Blue Triangle, AWS Finance Committee.
Betty Alexander Harrison, Murfreesboro, KA, Liberal Arts,
Trans., Sullins College, AWS.
S E I
Lawrence Bertice Haskin, Chattanooga, Engineering, Corres-
pondent, HKN, Campus Beautiful Comm., AIEE.
Anna Marie Haslbauer, Norris, AXQ, Liberal Arts, Treas.,
First Vice-Pres. AXQ, Spanish Club President, French Club,
Orange and White Staff, Usher Corps, SGA, Carnicus Com-
mittees, U.T. Singers, Vol Chorus, EAU, Choral Union.
Richard V. Hawk, Jr., Oak Ridge, IIKA, Engineering, Scab-
barcl and Blade, Tennessee Engineer Staff, President AUM-
Elizabeth Gay Hawkins, Madisonville, Education, Trans.,
Belmont College, SNEA, Dramatics Club.
Perry Haymore, Covington, Ga., QPEK, Education, Sentinel
CDEK, President, EEO.
Albert Edward Headlee, Loudon, APP, Education, Song
Leader, Traditions Chairman ATP, U.T. Band, Ag Club,
Advanced Army ROTC, Volunteer Guard, Dorm Counselor'
Chaplain, Scholarship Chm., AFP.
Rebecca Pershing Heatherly, Knoxville, Liberal Arts, IIEA.
Ann Carol Helderman, Gold Hill, N.C., KIPM, Home Economics,
Scholarship Chm., Corresponding Secretary, QM, President,
AAA, Home Ec Club, ON, Danforth Award, Carnicus Ad-
visory Board, Mortar Board, Sec., Honor Dorm, Campus
Executives Club, Usher Corps, Orientation Leader, All-Sing
Small Group Co-Chairman, AWS Publicity Comm., Student
Forum, All-Sing, Carnicus, Homecoming Committees.
Rebecca Gale Hembree, Dayton, AXQ, Liberal Arts, President,
AXS2, Secretary of Senior Class, Carnicus Advisory Board,
Committee Co-Chm. All-Sing, SGA, Pan-Hellenic Representa-
tive, Campus Executives Club.
Robert Carroll Henry, Knoxville, EQE, Liberal Arts: AEA.
Mary Marcia Herring, Snow Hill, N.C., AFA, Education,
Membership Chm. Al'A: Carnicus Secretarial Board, PACE,
SNEA, Homecoming Advisory Board, Orientation Leader,
James Edward Hieger, Memphis, EN, Engineering, Activities,
Rush, Scholarship, and Pledge Trainer, EN, President, Associa-
tion of Collegiate Engineers, Vice-Pres., IITE, Sec., ASME,
dvlifb, TBII, fIJHE, Circle K, Campus Executives Club, Home-
coming, Carnicus Comm., Newman Club, IFC, Dorm Coun-
Warren Houston Hollinshead, Nashville, Liberal Arts, Wesley
Foundation, "YU, Orange and White, VOLUNTEER Staffs, El
Circulo Espanol, Convocation, Aloha Oe, All-Sing, Carnicus,
and Homecoming Committees, Jefferson Club, President, AQ9,
Track Manager, Tennis Manager, Blue Triangle, Philosophy,
Psychology, Political Science Clubs.
Harold Hall Holt, Blountville, AXA, Business Administration.
Lenora Jeanne Hood, Lawrenceburg, AF, Home Economics,
Scholarship Chm., Standards Comm., Recording Secretary,
AF, Home Ee Club: Freshman Scholarship, Carnicus, Home-
coming Comm., AWS, Soph. Aide: AFROTC Sponsor, VOL-
UNTEER Beauty, IIKA Calendar Girl, EN White Rose, Orien-
tation Leader, AWS Committees.
Charlie Ross Hoskins, Tazewell, ATA, Business Administration,
Pledge Pres., Pledgemaster, Rush Chairman, Vice-Pres., ATA,
Scarabbean Senior Society, Homecoming, All-Sing Comm. Co-
Chm., Carnicus Comm., Aloha Oe Comm., Circle K, Univer-
sity Center Comm., IFC Campus Beautiful Commission, Ada-
wayhi, Business Mgr. Key To Fraternities.
Patricia Sue Huff, Gatlinburg, HB41, Education: Social Chm.,
ITBKP, 'iMiss 1960'ifHKA Calendar, Miss Volunteer, Army
ROTC Sponsor, Military Ball Queen, ACE Queen of Hearts,
Vice-Pres. and Pres., Dorm, AWS Council, Sophomore Aide,
Secretary, AWS Judicial Board.
William R. Hurst, Morristown, Liberal Arts, U.T. Band, Sabre
Air Command, Arnold Air Society.
Lila June Hyatt, Covington, XYZ, Liberal Arts, All-Sing, Home-
coming, Carnicus Committees, Student Forum, VOLUNTEER
Staff, AWS, "Y" Publicity Chm., XQ.
Mary Louise Hyland, Cleveland, AZ, Education, Assistant
Treas., Scholarship and Evaluation Chm., AZ, SNEA, Newman
Club, Homecoming Committee.
James Allan Irby, Clarksville, KA, Engineering, Circle K,
Social Chm., Vice-Pres., KA, AIEE, Carnicus, Homecoming
john Edmond Irby, Clarksville, KA, Engineering, President,
Vice-Pres. KA, HKN, TBH, OAK, Scarabbean, AIEE, IRE,
Circle K, IFC, SGA, Homecoming, Carnicus, All-Sing Comm.
Co-Chm. Carnicus Awards Comm., ACE Board, Intramurals
Manager, "Most Athletic" KA.
Margaret Louise Irwin, Leeds, Ala., Education, AWS, SNEA,
Patsy Lee Jackson, Oak Ridge, AFA, Education, Treasurer
Robert Thomas Jackson, Cleveland, Business Administration,
fPI'A, President d1I'A.
H. C. Johnson, jr., Birmingham, Ala., IIKA, Business Adminis-
tration, Secretary, IIKA, ANA.
Rosa Diane Johnson, Maryville, KA, Education, Treasurer,
All-Sing Director, KA, AAA, President, ABA, IIA6, Sophomore
Aide, AWS Orientation Leader, Usher Corps, Presbyterian
Sara Louise Johnson, Soddy, IIBfIP, Business Administration,
Treasurer, IIBfP, Carnicus, Aloha Oe Committee, Tennessee
Girl Staff, Orientation Leader.
James Robert Jones, Union City, Engineering, ASME, Ten-
nessee Engineer Staff, Nestor Club, Math Club, Trans., Union
jane E. Jones, Caruthersville, Mo., Business Administration.
John Barksdale jones, Knoxville, TFA, Engineering, Best
Pledge, Historian, fIPI'A, Nahheeyayli Governing Board Vice-
Pres., All-Sing Comm. Co-Chm., Advanced Club, AIIE,
Scarabbean Senior Society.
Nina Lucille Jones, Cleveland, Education, Trans., San Diego
Junior College, AWS Comm., Vice-Pres. Temple Court,
SN EA, I.S.A.
Jacqulyn Sue Keaton, Chattanooga, EK, Liberal Arts, AWS,
Vice-Pres. Dorm 2 years, Freshman Council.
Tim Keller, Knoxville, EAE, Business Administration, Presi-
dent EAE, AEII, Campus Executives Club, Cadet Lt. Col.
Roy George Kerr, Friendsville, EQE, Engineering, Vice-Pres.,
Social Chairman, E1IJE, Corresponding Sec., A1'IM, AIEE,
SAME, Scabbard and Blade, Advanced ROTC.
Margaret Angela Kirchoif, Birmingham, Ala., IIBfIP, Liberal
Arts, Trans., Birmingham Southern College.
Brenda Jane Layman, Madisonville, ZTA, Home Economics,
Home Ee Club, Chaplain, Standards Chm., Rush Chairman,
ZTA, Army ROTC Sponsor.
Mary Noble Leathers, Bells, ZTA, Home Economics, Librarian,
ZTA, Home Ec Club, Omicron Nu, Merrill Palmer Award,
Home Ec Executive Council, Trans., Martin Branch, Pres.,
ZTA Charter Chapter.
M. Ann Lindsay, Nashville, AEA, Education, Correspondent,
AEA, SNEA, Treasurer, PACE, Spanish Club, Usher Corps,
Homecoming, All-Sing, Carnicus Comm., "YF
Dee-Murphy Lineberger, Jr., Columbia, EN, Business Adminis-
tration, Distinguished Military Student, Arnold Air Society,
ANA, Advanced AFROTC, Aloha Oe Committee, House-
Manager, Pledge President, EN, Sabre Air Command.
joe Little Perry, Sparta, IIKA, Engineering, Nuclear Society
Carole Ann Long, Lynnville, HBfID, Education, Activities Chm.,
IIBCIJ, Orientation Leader, Freshman Council, Torch Staff,
SNEA, Blue Triangle.
Robert Lee Long, Isabella, Home Economics, Home Ee Club,
Betty Anne Lowe, Franklin, KA, Liberal Arts, KA Vice-Pres.,
AWS Sec., Blue Triangle Pres., Campus Executives Club, Mor-
tar Board Sec.
G. H. Lucas, Astor, Florida, Business Administration,
William Edward Lynn, Jr., Centerville, EN, Education, EN
Sentinel, Lt. Commander, "Y", Circle "K", All-Sing, Carnicus
james Edward McAfee, Pulaski, Business Administration,
IIKA, Marketing 84 Retailing Club, All-Sing Homecoming
Comm., AFROTC Drill Team.
Barbara Anne McCarter, Gatlinburg, AEA, Education, AEA
Pres.: Student Center Co-Chairman, Mortar Board Citation,
Jr. Class Sec., All-Sing Co-Chairman, SGA Activities Board,
ASG Sec. Board, VOLUNTEER Staff, Carnicus Comm.,
James C. McDaniel, Jr., Memphis, AXA, Engineering, ASME.
Mary Ann McGuire, Madisonville, ISA, Home Economics,
Mortar Board, AWS Legis. Board, ASC Rep., ISA Vice-Pres.,
Carnicus Comm., BSU Vice-Pres., Home Ee Club officer.
James Hugh McKelvey, Hillsboro, AFP, Agriculture, Ag Club,
Plant Science Club.
Angeline Bowen McKnight, Rockvale, EK, Home Economics,
Home Ec Club, "Y", CSA, Orientation Leader.
Marylyn Peggy McLaughlin, Nashville, ZTA, Home Eco-
nomics, ZTA Rec. Sec., AWS Comm., All-Sing, Carnicus
Homecoming Comm., Home Ec Club, Student Center Comm.,
janet Reece McPherson, Knoxville, AAA, Usher Corps, Ten-
nessee Girl Staifz Orientation Leader, KX.
Gloria Jean Maggart, Carthage, ZTA, Business Administration,
VOLUNTEER Staff, Wesley Foundation, Homecoming Comm.
Judith Ann Maley, Millington, AXQ, Liberal Arts, Vol Chorus,
Womcn's Glee Club, All-Sing, Carnicus Comm., SNEA.
Robert Alton Mangrum, Dothan, Ala., AXA, Liberal Arts,
AXA Chaplain, Publicity Chairman, Pre-legal Soc., "Yu Cabi-
net, Carnicus, All-Sing, Aloha Oe Comm.
Demaris Ann Marshall, Coral Gables, Fla., APA, Education,
AVA Second Vice-Pres., AWS, SNEA, Panhellenic Comm.
james Franklin Martin, Shelbyville, fIJI'.X, Liberal Arts.
Ransonl Herbert Martin, Jr., South Pittsburg, Engineering,
Johnnie Lou Mathis, Knoxville, QM, Liberal Arts, "YH, Usher
Corps, AWS, French Club, HA41, Orientation Leader and Co-
Julia Margaret Matlock, Bristol, AZ, Business Administration:
AZ Treas., Transfer from King College.
Christine May, Pass Christian, Miss., AAA, Business Adminis-
tration, Society Editor of Orange and White.
james William Mayo, III, Memphis: AXA: Engineering: His-
torian, AXA: Arnold Air Society: Distinguished Military Stu-
dent: Major Air Force ROTC: EHS.: University Theater.
Robert Bell Mifllin, Murfreesboro: EX: Business Administra-
tion: Orange and White Staff. .
Barbara Frank Miles, Washington, D.C.: AZ: Business Admin-
istration: Pledge President, AZ: Trans., Sullins College: VOL-
UNTEER Staff: Carnicus Comm.: AWS Friendship Comm.
Glenda Jean Millard, Chattanooga: Education: AWS Sopho-
more Aide: SNEA: U.T. Singers: Chaplain, Mattie Kam:
Mortar Board Senior Citation: President, Wesley Foundation.
Carole Lee Miller, Nashville: AFA: Liberal Arts' Chaplain
House President, AFA: AWS Sophomore Aide: Vol Chorus?
AWS Orientation Leader. .
William Edwin hlillcr, Nashville: Business Administration.
Mark Matthew Millis, Williamstown, Mass.: EQE: Education:
Recorder, Activities Chm., Parliamentarian, ECPE: IFC Rep.:
Newman Club: President, U.T. Young Democrats: Homecom-
ing, All-Sing, Carnicus Comm.: Chairman, Youth for Kennedy-
Patricia Eleanor Mills, Jellico: Business Administration: AWS'
BSU: ISA: SNEA.
Barbara Ann Millsaps, Robbinsville, N.C.: AXQ: Home Eco-
nomics: Home Ec Club: AWS Classification Comm.: AWS
Orientation Leader: AWS Projects Comm.: Chaplain, Asst.
Rush Chm.: Recording Sec., AXS2: Vice-Pres., ON.
William Shearin Montgomery, Nashville: EX: Liberal Arts:
Campus Executives Club: Quartermaster, President of Ada-
wayhi: Cheerleader: VOLUNTEER Section Editor: Homecom-
ing, Carnicus, Student Center Comm.: Outstanding Center
Committee Member Award: Advisory Member, SGA: Whois
Who: Executive Comm., EX.
Helen Ruth Morgan, Pikeville: 2'-K: Business Administration:
Orientation Leader: AWS Legislative Board: Tennessee Girl
Staff: Carnicus, All-Sing Comm.: BSU Council.
John B. Morgan Jr., Jackson: EX: Education: Intramurals
Manager, Executive Committee, EX: Best Athlete, EX: Cadet
Lt. Col., Air Force ROTC: Arnold Air Society: SNEA: All-
Sing, Carnicus Comm.
Marilyn Jean Morgan, Rock Hill, S.C.: AXS2: Home Eco-
nomics: Vice-President, AXQ: Adawayhi: Pan-Hellenic Rep.:
Home Ec. Club: AWA.
John Martin Morris, Ripley: ATQ: Liberal Arts.
Richard Jere Morris, Chattanooga: AXA: Enginering: Rush
Chm., AXA: President, Secretary Circle K: President, YMCA:
Scarabbean Senior Society: OAK: Secretary, GHZ: Co-Chm.
Aloha Oe: OAK Freshman Scholarship Award: TBH: Who's
Who: EHE: Blue Triangle: Campus Executives Club.
,games Richard Munsey, Maryville: Engineering: AIIE: ACE
john Jacob Murphy, Jr., Lebanon: Engineering: Freshman
Margaret Garth Murrey, Gallatin: XQ: Education: Intramurals
Chm., XQ: Carnicus Director, Derby Chm., XQ: Carnicus, All-
Sing Comm.: All-Sing Small Group: U.T. Singers VOLUN-
TEER Staff: Air Force Sponsor: Air Force ROTC Outstand-
John William Myers, Newport: EX: Business Administration:
President, BAXII: BFE: Class Editor, Business Manager, VOL-
jackson Lee Nelson, Jonesboro: Engineering.
Patricia Nichols, Morganton, N.C.: IIB-iv: Home Economics.
Danny Lynch Nolan, Nashville: EX: Law: Freshman Council:
Ffice-President, Soph. Class: President, Junior Class: Cheer-
eader, Campus Executives Club, Carnicus, All-Sing Comms
Vice-Pres., Adawayhi: Co-Chairman Campus Beautiful Com:
Susan Dell Novotny, Coral Gables, Fla., AAA, Liberal Arts,
Cheerleader, AFP Sweetheart, AAA Treas., ROTC Sponsor,
Adawayhi, Carnicus, All-Sing, and Homecoming Comm.,
Carnicus Tickets Co-Chm., SGA Rep., U.T. Singers, AWS
Comm., Carnicus, All-Sing Director, AAA.
Cynthia Diane Oifutt, Knoxville, Education, IIKA Calendar
james Millard Oliphant, jacksonville, Fla., Engineering, Sec.
of HKN, Sec. Am. Inst. of Elec. Eng., Blue Triangle, Eng.
James Russell Omer, Dresden, IIJEK, Law, Vice-Pres. of Student
Bar Assoc., 1IJAA Legal Frat.
Joyce Marie Ooten, Mohawk, AXQ, Home Economics, AXQ
Historian, Carnicus Comm., Home Ec Club.
Rachel Marie Ostrander, Knoxville, AFA, Home Economics,
Al'A Corres Sec., Usher Corp., Home Ee Club, Carnicus and
All-Sing Comm., Tennessee Girl Staff.
Susan Elaine Overstreet, Oak Ridge, GPM, Education.
Bertha Lucile Ownbey, Knoxville, ZTA, AWS, Spanish Club,
French Club, Carnicus Comm., Orientation Leader.
Rex Donald Palmer, Maryville, KZ, Business Administration,
Orange and White Editor-In-Chief, Sports Editor, News Edi-
tor, Aloha Oe Comm., Student Center Comm., Campus Execu-
Max Parrish, Jackson, ISA, Liberal Arts, Pres. of ISA.
Clarence Leon Partain, Clarksville, EQE, Engineering, Scholar-
ship Chair, ECIPE, Blue Triangle, Campus Exec. Club, Eng.
Coop, BSU Vice-Pres., TBII, QK42.
James Lloyd Passmore, Benton, Farmhouse, Agriculture, Vice-
Pres. of Farmhouse, Vice-Pres. of Ag Club, Vice-Pres. of Jr.
Class, IFC, Lt. Col. ROTC.
Lynda Ann Patterson, Memphis, QM, Home Economics, Soph.
Aide, Honor Dorm, Homecoming, All-Sing and Carnicus
Comm., SGA Rep., SUSGA, Home Ee Club, Student Forum
Comm., Membership Director of QM.
Mildred E. Patty, Maryville, Home Economics.
Larry Douglas Perry, Madison, EN, Engineering, Pres. AIEE,
IEEE, IRE, Editor Tennessee Engineer, NYU Cabinet, Campus
Exec. Club, Blue Triangle.
Randy L. Perry, Ashland City, Engineering.
Virginia H. Pert, Nashville, AAA, Home Economics, AWS
Fresh. Council, Homecoming, All-Sing and Carnicus Comm.,
Home Ec Club, Tennessee Girl Staff, 2f11E Fraternity Sweet-
Carole E. Peterson, Flushing, N.Y., AAU, Home Economics,
AWS, Orientation Comm., "Y", Treas. of AAH, Am. Home
Robert Wesley Phillips, Milan, Engineering, Amer. Inst. of
William Hal Phillips, Knoxville, Engineering, Pres. A. I. Ch. E.,
ACE Board, Pershing RiHes.
Scott Kirkpatrick Pilkington, Memphis, ISA, Engineering,
UTMB, Am. Inst. of Indus. Eng., Homecoming Chairman,
ACE Board of Rep., AIIM, AJPQ.
Jean Poff, Christiansburg, Va.: AZ: Home Economis: President,
Activities Chm,, Publicity Chm., AZ: Adawayhi: Campus
Executives Club: Secretary, Young Republicans Club: Co-
Chm. All-Sing Finance Committee: Homecoming, All-Sing,
Carnicus Committees: Aloha Oe, AWS Comm.: Secretary,
Pledge Class: SCA: Home Ec Club: Varsity Visit Clam.
Virginia Elaine Pope, Greenfield: Home Economics: Vice-
Pres., Presbyterian Center: "YU Cabinet: Blue Triangle: Home
Ec Club: Collegiate 4-H Club.
Bill Scott Portis, Huntingdon: ATQ: Business Administration:
Betty Carolyn Poesy, Huntsville: Education: SNEA.
Jimmy Banks Powell, Memphis: Liberal Arts: Volunteer Guard:
Sarah DeAnne Pratt ,Winston-Salem, N.C.: AXQ: Education.
SuAnn Preston, Oak Ridge: AAA: Liberal Arts: VOLUNTEER
Beauty: ATS2 Sweetheart: ROTC Sponsor: Miss Venus: Finalist,
Nahheeyayli Queen: AWS Frosh Board: Miller's College Board.
Susan Girault Preston, Tullahoma: AXS2: Liberal Arts: Cor-
responding Sec., AXS2: Treasurer, Old West: Presbyterian
Glen Douglas Price, Rogersville: Business Administration.
Sandra Susan Reed, Houston, Tex.: AXSZ: Education: Orienta-
tion Leader: SNEA.
Dorothy Patricia Reese, Nashville: AOH: Education: Trans.,
Vanderbilt University: Fraternity Education Chm., AOII.
Charline Ann Reeves, Kingston: Business Administration:
Freshman Scholarship: ISA: Secretary, President, Wesley
Foundation: Campus Executives Club.
John Howard Reeves, Stanton: AFP: Agriculture: Treasurer,
Ag Club: Advertising Mgr.: Tennessee Farmer: Block and
Bridle Club: Treasurer, Wesley Foundation.
William Rutledge Rhyne, Stone Niountain, Ca.: KZ: Engi-
neering: Treasurer, KE: IFC: Treasurer, IFC: Freshman Coun-
cil: ANS Program Chm.: Scarabbcan Senior Society: Co-
Chm. Creek Week: Carnicus, All-Sing, Homecoming Comm.
Paula Hope Richardson, Columbia: KA: Engineering: Best
Pledge, Treasurer, Best Active, President. KA: "Y" Cabinet:
ASCE Secretary: Secretary, XE: Aloha Oe Co-Chm.: Sopho-
more Aide: Mortar Board: Campus Executives Club.
Sandra Louise Ricketts, Arlington: KA: Liberal Arts: Social
Chairman, KA: Adawayhi: VOLUNTEER Staff: Homecoming
Committee: Tyson House Vestry.
Jane Elizabeth Rigney, Raleigh, N.C.: Liberal Arts: ISA:
NISA Committee Chm.: Student Center Comm.: BSU.
Claudette Frances Riley, Knoxville: AAH: Education: Head
Majorette- -4 years: Nlember-at-Large, Corresponding Secre-
Ardis Rittenbury, Shelbyville: Education.
Sharon Rivers, Kingston: Home Economics: Dolphin Club:
Secretary, Vice-Pres., ANIIA: Home Ee Club: Treasurer, Presi-
dent, Temple Court: Judicial Board, AWVS.
John Paul Robinson, Nashville: EQE: Libeal Arts: BSU:
Steward, EGPE: VOLUNTEER Staff: Pre-legal Society.
Judith Ellen Robinson, Ooltewah, ZTA, Education, President,
Treasurer, Intramurals Chairman, ZTA, AWS Judicial Board,
Vice-Pres. fIPHT, Adawayhi, Treasurer, "YU Frosh Board,
AWS Projects Comm., Carnicus, All-Sing Comm., Campus
William McKinley Robinson, Jr., Madison, EN, Engineering,
President, EN, President, TBII, Campus Executives Club,
Scarabbean Senior Society, OAK, 411123, EIIZI, Advisory Board,
Homecoming, Advisory Board, Carnicus, Co-Chairman, Carni-
cus, IFC, Dorm Counselor, SGA, IIPKIIP.
hlitehell Banks Roden, Knoxville: EN, Engineering, Chaplain,
Alumni Contact Officer, EN, Vice-Pres., AUM, SGA, President,
German Club, Circle K, AIIE, Carnicus Small Group Co-
Chm., Student Forum.
Robert Gilbert Rodgers, Jackson, KE, Business Administra-
tion, Marketing-Retailing Club.
Mary Amanda Ross, Ashland City: AEA: Home Economics,
AWS Orientation Leader, Chaplain, AEA, HY", Carnicus,
Homecoming Committee, Home Economics Club VOLUN-
Nora Roth, Naples, Fla., Engineering, President, Henson Hall,
AWS Judicial Board, Vice-Chairman, UTSWE, ASCE.
Joseph Vance Russell, Nashville, EX, Business Administration,
Editor, EX, VOLUNTEER Staff.
Melba June Russell, Nashville, AAA, Education, Panhellenic
Representative, Trident Correspondent, AAA, Sophomore Aide,
Orientation Leader: SNEA.
Sarah Lee Russell, Shelbyville, EK, Education, Corresponding
Secretary, Philanthropy Chm., EK, EAI, AWS Legislative
Board, AWS Standards Comm. Chairman: AWS Orientation
Leader: "YH, All-Sing Comm., BSU Council, SNEA, MENC,
Patricia Ann Salaita, Big Stone Gap, Va., AXQ, Education,
SNEA, Trans., Virginia Intermont College.
Jeanette Sammons, Whiteville, ZTA, Home Economics, Home
Ee Club, Intramurals Chmn., ZTA, Trans., U.T. Martin
Robert Franklin Samples, Knoxville, EAE, Business Adminis-
tration, Treasurer, Pledge Treasurer, Leadership School Dele-
gate, BAE, All-Sing Comm., All-Sing Director, EAE, Carnicus
Comm., Marketing and Retailing Club, Triangle Club, VOL-
UNTEER Staff, Finance Club, U.T. Singers, HY."
Andrea Marie Sampson, Knoxville, AECD, Education, AWC
Freshman Council, SGA, AWS Orientation Leader, AEA,
Treasurer, Social Chmn., AEKIP, Pike Calendar Girl, Hillel.
Helen Seanling, Atlanta, Ca., AOII, Education, Vice-Presi-
dent, ADH, Mortar Board Senior Citation, Orientation Leader,
Usher Corps, Small Group Carnicus Co-Chmn., Aloha Oe C0-
Chmn., SNEA, All-Sing Comm. i
Wayne Kenneth Scharber, Winchester, Agriculture, U.T.
Dairy Club, U.T. Ag Club.
Richard James Schmus, Rocky Point, N.Y., EQIE, Business
Administration, Secretary, EQE, President, Sophomore Class,
Freshman Council, Circle K, Student Forum, Vice-President,
Society for Advancement of Management, Section Editor,
VOLUNTEER, Volunteer Guard, IFC, Advanced Army
Mary Katherine Scott, Knoxville, XS2, Liberal Arts, Vocations
Chm., XXI, Student Forum, Blue Triangle, Spanish Club, AWS,
VOLUNTEER Staff, "Y", All-Sing Comm.
James Emmett Shawn, Knoxville-, KE, Business Administration,
President, AEIT, Treasurer, Scabbard and Blade, Historian,
ANA, Distinguished Military Student.
William Webster Shawn, Knoxville, KE, Business Administra-
tion, Second Vice-President, KE, Treasurer, ANA, AEII, Treas-
urer, Advance Club, Scabbard and Blade, Distinguished Mili-
Joseph Shefsky, Memphis, Engineering, Treasurer, AIEE,
Treasurer, IRE, Member of ACE Board.
Billy Dyer Sills, Brueeton, Engineering.
Arnold Ray Skelton, Ten Mile: Farmhouse, Agriculture: Presi-
dent, Farmhouse: Editor, Tennessee Farmer Magazine: Presi-
dcnt Ag-Econ. and Ag-Bus. Club.
Willard Hugh Sitton, Knoxville: Business Administration.
Carolyn Evelyn Smith, Friendship: ZTA: Home Economics:
Home Ee Club: Transfer, UT Martin.
Clifton Brown Smith, Kingsport: Business Administration: KE.
Cynthia Alice Smith, Kingsport: Business Administration:
President, Old West: AWS Judicial Board: Sec.-Treas., ECPA.
Eleanor Kaye Smith, McMinnville: Hlifb: Education: SNEA:
Annual staff: IIBQ Magazine and settlement school chairman.
F. Don Smith, Chapel Hill: CIIEK: Business Administration.
Terry Wendell Smith, Brentwood: KE: Business Administra-
tion: VP Circle K: Adawayhi: Cheerleader: Sec. KE: All-Sing,
Carnicus, and Homecoming Comm.: Rush Chairman, KE.
Charles Edward Snodgrass, Crossville: 1ID1'A: Libcral Arts: UT
Band: siP1'A Social Chairman.
Rosemary Marguerite Snyder, Knoxville: KA: Business Admin-
istration: Homecoming Secretarial Board: Freshman Council:
Publicity Chairman, KA.
Edward VVarren Spahr, hfayfield, Ky.: fI1EK: Engineering:
Billy Thomas Spencer, Somerville: AFP: Engineering.
Janice Harrison Spoone, Morristown: AZ: Home Economics:
Soph. Aide: Orientation Leader: AZ Recording Sec.: Scholar-
ship Chairman, AZ: Home Ee Club: Campus Beautiful Comm.:
Homecoming Comm.: Small Group Co-Chmn.: Carnicus, AYVS
William Lloyd Stanley, jr., Chattanooga: AXA: Business Ad-
ministration: Circle K, Scc.: Adawayhi: HY" Sec.: Carnicus
Comm. Co-Chairman: Blue Triangle: Usher Corps: Co-
Betty Jo Stephens, Chattanooga: ISA: Education: Interna-
tional Club: AWS Publicity Com.: NISA Chairman.
Betty jean Stevenson, Knoxville: Liberal Arts.
Carolyn Ruth Strange, Knoxville: Education.
Leon Bruce Stribling, Waverly: QIJEK: Business Administration:
Dorm Council: Business Club: Circle "K"' Transfer, Austin
Sharon Virginia Stroud, Columbia: KA: Education: AWS
frosh board: AYVS Soph. Aide: Blue Triangle: Orientation
Leader: Student Forum Rep.: Student Forum Executive
Florence Donna Studley, Maryville: ZTA3 Education, SNEA,
Deanna Karen Swafford, Chattanooga: AZ: Home Economics:
AZ Corresponding Sec.: Home Ee Club: Campus Beautiful
Mary Jane Swann, Kodak, Business Administration, ISA.
Linda Alden Swanson, Chattanooga, IIBIID, Liberal Arts, Presi-
dent, Pledge President, Intramurals Manager, Rush Chairman,
Illifir, Vice-President dorm, Adawayhi, Treasurer, Junior Class,
SGA, AWS Judicial Board, Mortar Board, U.T. Singers,
Women's Glee Club, Co-Chmn., Carnicus Small Groups, Car-
nicus Comm., HAIP,
Richard Lynn Tallent, Greenback, Engineering, AIEE.
Susan Douglas Tate, Jackson, AAA, Liberal Arts, Transferred,
Southwestern at Memphis.
Laura Elizabeth Taylor, Knoxville, AOII, Home Economics,
President, AOII, Panhellenic, Mortar Board, ON, Student Cen-
ter Committee, Home Economics Club, Adawayhi, Co-Chmn.
Homecoming Presentation of Queen Committee, Treasurer,
Linda Colleen Taylor, Nashville, EK, Education.
Amelia Thompson, Pulaski, HBQ, Education, Panhellenic
Treasurer, SNEA, Homecoming Committee, Carnicus Com-
mittee, Greek Week Co-Chairman, AWS Committee.
Richard Cross Thompson, Clinton, KZ, Business Administra-
tion: President, Pledge Trainer, Rush Chairman, KE, Circle K,
Adawayhi, IFC, Scarabbean, Campus Executives Club, SAM,
Student Center Committee.
John Montgomery Thomson, Knoxville, fIPI'A, Business Admin-
istration, Scabbard and Blade.
Gloria Jo Tinsley, Charlotte, N.C., ZTA, Education, SNEA,
Ag Roundup Queen, All-Sing, Carnicus Comm., AWS, Chap-
Patricia Ann Tobin, Charlotte, N.C., ZTA, Education, SNEA,
Trans. Brenau College, Pledge Class Officer, Treasurer,
Patricia Anne Tripp, Chattanooga, EK, Education, Trans.
Middle Tennessee State.
Stephen Fisher Tucker, Dyersburg, ATQ, Liberal Arts, Fresh-
man Council, Homecoming, All-Sing, Carnicus Comm., Usher
Corps, VOLUNTEER staff, "YB, Trans., U.T. Martin Branch.
Thomas H. Ulrich, Hollywood, Fla., EX, Engineering.
James R. Vaden, Nashville, KA, Business Administration,
Secretary, Dorm Treasurer, SAM.
Larry Garner Vance, Knoxville, AXA, Business Administration.
Robert Howell Vantrease, Lebanon, APP, Agriculture, Presi-
dent, Ag Club, Adawayhi, Secretary, AFP, Marshal, Block and
Bridle Club, Asst. Manager, Ag Round-up, Livestock Judging
Team, Circulation Mgr., Tennessee Farmer.
Katie May Varnell, Cleveland, Home Economics, Historian,
ISA, Secretary, Treasurer, Home Ec Club, Treasurer, ON,
Robert Gwynn Vaughan, Lebanon, KA, Business Administra-
tion, Secretary, Nahheeyayli Governing Board.
Jerelyne Patricia Wade, Memphis, EK, Business Administra-
tion, Treasurer, EK, Vice-President, Mortar Board, Adawayhi,
AWS Judicial Board, AWS Projects Comm., Greek Week
Committee: Mademoiselle Campus Representative, All-Sing,
Gary Frank Wallace, Calhoun, HKA, Engineering, President,
IIKA, IFC, ASCE, Advance ROTC, Society of American
Military Engineers, Scabbard and Blade.
Sara Frances Wallace, Nashville, Education, QM, AWS, Home-
coming, Center, All-Sing Comm., Dolphin Club, Modern
Dance Club, Spanish Club, SNEA.
Jane B. Waller, Philadelphia, A-A-ll, Liberal Arts, A5-Tl Pres.,
Vice-Pres. "Y", Treas. Mortar Board, UT Singers, Campus
Exec. Club, Usher Corps.
Sylvia Sue Ward, Knoxville, QM, Education, Corresponding
Sec. JDM, Engineers' Dream Girl, AWS Orientation Leader
Linda Gail Waters, Alcoa, AZ, Education, Vice-Pres., Re-
cording Sec., Panhellenic Rep., AZ, Jr. Panhellenic Advisor,
SGA Rep., AWS Friendship Comm., SNEA, Mortar Board
Laverne Weaver, Knoxville, AZ, Education, Pres. EA1', Blue
Melvyn Derek West, San Antonio, Texas, AXA, Liberal Arts.
Clarence Edward White, Knoxville, Business Administration.
Gordon Moore Williams, Knoxville, fPl'A: Business Adminis-
tration, Volunteer Guard, Track Team, UT Singers, Circle K,
Marketing-Retailing Club, 'STU Club.
Kenneth Overton Wilmoth, Dunlap, Engineering, AXE, AICE,
James Erwin Wilson, Knoxville, AFP, Agriculture, Historian,
AFP, Ag Club, Vice-Pres., Block and Bridle Club: Tennessee
Farmer Associate Editor, Business Manager of Tennessee
Farmer, Livestock Judging Team.
Jerre Wayne Wilson, Florence, Alabama, EQE, Engineering
Carnicus, All-Sing and Homecoming Comm., Carnicus Fi-
nance Co-Chairman: Campus Executives Club, ASCE, IFC,
Vice-Pres., Pres., EQE.
Betty Jaye Wood, New Orleans, La., AXQ, Education, Speech
and Hearing Club.
Brenda Carole Woodford, Monterey: AAA, Liberal Arts, Trans-
fer, Stephens College, Recording Sec., AAA.
Joyce Ann Woodmore, Gallatin, QM, Education, Transfer,
Deborah Elizabeth Woods, Maryville, Education, SNEA.
Stephen Mark Worsham, Tullahoma, ATS2, Law, fPAfb, Law
Review, National Moot Court Competition.
Anina Quinn Young, Knoxville, AOII, Education, Carnicus
Bruce I. Young, Chattanooga, KE, Business Administration:
Circle K, SAM.
Helyn Joy Young, Nashville: EK: Home Economics, Social
Chairman, EK, AWS Friendship Comm., Wesley Foundation
Council, Home Ee Club, Sec. Dorm, Orientation Leader.
Victor Raymond Young, Elizabethton, Engineering, AICE,
Virginia Anne Younger, Halls, X521 Liberal Arts: Homecoming
Com., Usher Corps, Adawayhi, Sophomore Aide, Vice-Pres.
Spanish Club, AWS Records Com.: Co-Chairman Homecom-
ing Com., Sec., SGA, President XQ.
...M 4... . A
Linda Kay Ackerman
George Edward Adeock
Donald George Ahearn
Polly Lynn Allen, AFA
Sharen Jenel Anderson, KA
Charles Sewall Aplin
Marcia Marie Austin, KA
Erma Jean Awalt, H3115
Drury Graham Bagwell, 'PEK
Margaret Ethyl Barfield
Betty Faye Barker, QM
Ingrid Else Barker, ISA
Gurth William Baron, ATA
Patricia Ann Baumgardner, AOII
John K. Beal
Robert Moore Beech, ATO
Linda Eleanor Bell, EK
Linda Sue Bettis, fbll
Sarah Bible, AXS2
Martha Lee Bidwell, AOII
Patricia Ann Blurton, AAA
John Howard Booker, EIDE
Joann M. Bowen, IIBfI1
Robert Brandon, ZX
Joyce Anne Brann
William Eugene Britt, KE
Vicki Layne Brooks, QM
David Brubaker, BAE
Jimmy Claude Bryan, ZAE
Walter lfvoods Bussart, ATQ
Anne Morton Caldwell, X52
Kenneth Clayton Campbell
Linda Kay Capps, AEA
Robert Wallace Carney, .SAE
Carole Carr, AZ
Martha Louise Carson, AEA
La Grange, lll.
William Benjamin Chambley, Jr.,
Howard Evans Chambers, AXA
Edward Howard Chase, '-DFA
Helen Norris Coffey, X52
Herbert Kyle Collins, jr., fbllli
Margaret Ann Cooley, XS!
Robert W. Crabtree, ZX
Nicholas Charles Crawford, KE
Frances Dianne Crow, XQ
Elaine Crowder, ISA
James Troy Crowder
Gerald Henry Crutcher, DIPE
Sandra Sue Cudd, AI'
Parker Wilson Curtis, fIDl'A
Robert Gene Daniel, KA
Rose Emily Daniel, AEA
Yolba Charlene Daugherty, AZ
Sabra Dawes, Eli
Katherine Louise Decker, AOII
Richard Allen Dender, fbili
Carol Dixon, II Bib
Cathy Dodson, KA
Charlotte Dominick, XS:
Elizabeth Dooley, EK
lwann Druinheller, EAE
Donna Dukes, AAII
Penny Joyce Dumas, AEA
Barbara jean Duncan, EK
Georgia Sara Duncan, AOII
Alice Dunlap, ZTA
Glenda Jane Eady
Nancy Lynn Easley, ISA
Valinda Louise Eason, EK
Robert C. Eldridge, Jr., EAN
Frankie Wade Ellis, KA
Linda Jane Ellis, ATA
K Oak Ridge
Coral Gables, Fla.
Sunset Beach, Calif.
Pine Bluff, Ark.
Carol Erskine, X52
Judy Ann Falls, ZTA
James Delmer Fisher
Susan Kay Follett, AZ
James Paul Foster, ATO
Jerry Warren Foster, Farmhouse
Lewis Chilton Foster, SAE
William Elmer Fry, CIDPZK
Linda Joyce Fussell, KA
Noel Lynn Galloway AAA
Frances Ramsey German, ZTA
David Bruce Gianotti, EAE
Mark Bruce Givens
Joan Marcia Glass, EK
Michael Edward Goza, IPAQ
Elaine Mae Greer, AXS2
Mary Elizabeth Greer, AFA
Diane Gunter, ZTA
Robert Hood Hale, EX
Sonya Elizabeth Hall
Lynwood Hale Hamilton, KE
William Hershel Hammond, AXA
Paul Caldwell Harmon, EK
Elizabeth Harrison, AZ
Don R. Hassall
Margaret Whitley Hayter, AI'
Paul Douglas Hedge, QPSK
Susie Lenora Henderson, X52
Stephen Scott Hendricks, AXA
Judith Anne Henry, AX!!
Martha Lucille Hertsgaard, AAA
Susan Bragg Hillis, AAII
Sammy Sue Hodges, AEA
Jackie Wisdom Holland, X!!
Betty Lou Honeycutt, AX!!
John Rector Housley, AFP
Bonnie Lee Howell, ZTA
F redriek Humphreys, AXA
Trischa Hutchins, AFA
Mary Carol Irwin
Nickye Jarnagin, ZTA
Barbara Gail Jenkins, AX!!
Glendora Jenkins, AXQ
Linda Carole Jennings, ZTA
Virginia A. Johnson, AOII
James Larry jones, AFP
Ronald W. Jones
William Edward Jones, AXA
Glenda Mai Kemp
Rex V. Kimbro, Farmhouse
Dudley Edward King, EX
Helen Gail Krauth, Al'
Albert Edward Laughlin, BAE
Frances Ann Laycock, ISA
David Ross Lee, EIN
Thomas S. Leek, KZ!
Elliott Alvin Lewis
Melinda Lindsey, ZTA
Linda Jo Link, X52
Rebecca Lucille Litz, ISA
Elizabeth Ann Long
jerry Lawson Looney, AFP
Frankie C. Lorina, Illifil
Paula Ann McCaslin, AOII
Sandra Kathleen McCommon, Z'l'
George Adner McGoldrick, ZX
Joyce Ann Melntosh, AAU
John Joseph McKain, QEK
Glenna Butler MeMahan, IIBQP
Kenneth Wayne MePeak
Brenda McClard, AZ
James Everett Maples, QEK
Billy Guinn Marks, IIKA
William Claude Martin III, KE
Robert Edward Massey, ISA
Ernest Hamilton Mathis, EQE
Linda Jo May, KA
Lloyda May, AZ
Joe Miller, EAE
Anne Jordan Moore, X52
Noble Ewing Moore, Jr.
Donald Ray Morrow, ATA
George Thomas Morton, QEK
George Thomas Moss, ATS?
David Albert Mullins, EfIPE
Celia lklargaret Murphy, ATA
Martha Murphey, EK
William Muse, EAE
Andra Lee Nash, AXQ
William Neely, EX
Gilbert A. Negendank, KA
Richard W. Newport, 4IlI'A
Nancy B. Nickell, EK
Sue Ann Ogdin, 1'IBfI1
Delmar Lawrence Ogle, Jr., A
Julia Jane Oliver, EK
Lynn Barker Oliver, HB6
Mary Moss Oliver, AAA
Carl Randolph Olsen, EX
Nancy Lee Orr, ISA
Lynn Amos Overton, KA
Edmund Tansil Palmer, ATS!
Edward Carmack Park, ATQ
Susan Marie Parker, ISA
Mary Elizabeth Parsons, EK
Virginia Faye Parsons, ISA
Gatan, Canal Zone
Patricia Patterson ZTA
Leah Frances Phelps, AOII
Phil Reagan Phelps, AXA
Patricia Anne Plunkett, AOH
Linda Jo Powell
Samuel Carroll Ramer, EX
Nancy Lynne Rawles, AAA
Denice W. Reed, AI'
Robert Joseph Rhea, Jr. 24713
Charlotte Eldeste Richardson, AAII
Edward Hampton Richardson
Campbell Ridley, BAE
Lynda Ritchie, ZTA
Howard Toby Roberts, EAE
Dawn Robertson, AOH
Etta Rose Rogers, AI'
Anne Ross, EK
Judith Patricia Rowland, ZTA
Betty Jane Runyan, AAII
Thomas Henry Rushing
Howard Carl Salyer, Jr.
Bobby Frank Sammons
William L. Sanders, AFP
Robert H. Sasser, Jr. APP
Jean Schiffman, AEA
Robert Larry Schrader, IIKA
Sam P. Sentelle, DIPE
Michael Lynn Sharp
N ollie Sharp, HBfIJ
Sarah Joan Sharp, AZ
Lula Jeanette Shaw
Sonja Simone Shibley, ZTA
William Floyd Shumate, Jr., 241141
Carol Eoline Sikes
Bluefield, W. Va.
Fort Monroe, Va.
Anne Chapple Sinness, Al'
DeAnne Smith, AAH
M. Benton Smith, fIP?IK
Judy Anne Spoone, AZ
Janet Herrin Stanford, KA
Linda Lou Stephens, AZ
Dennis Lawrence Stewart, Farmhouse
Edley Craighill Stone, X9
Mary Lou Styles, EK
Dexter Lee Sullivan, ATQ
Linda Jane Sutton, KA
Jill M. Swenson, APA
Pauline Russell Taber, AOII
Helen Henry Taylor, ZTA
Rebecca Temple, AEA
Dorthea Stephenson Theile
William Thomas, fIr1'A
E. Wallene Threadgill, XQ
John Oliver Threadgill, BAE
John Douglas Tickle, QPEK
Perry Clark Tomlin, Jr. K21
Sandra Jo Townsend KA
William Trimble, EX
Joyce Ellen Turner, QM
Angela Upchurch, KA
Carolyn Varner, IIBCP
Judith Lee Vaughan, XQ
Charles Reginald Volz, ATS2
Cheryl W'achtel, AEA
Anne Cox Walker
Charles Rice Walker, EQHE
David Lamar Weidner, IIKA
Katherine Frances Wever, X52
Judith Nash Whitaker, EK
Linda Anne Wilbanks, AAA
Wayne Patrick Williams, EN
Bay Village, Ohio
Paul Wayne Williamson, EX
Mary Adeline Winn, XQ
Robert Edwin Withers, EAE
Gene Withrow, Farmhouse
Basil N. Wolfe, Jr., ATA
Peggy Cecile Wood
Hall Vincent Worthington, A
Marcia DeFord Yingling
Judith Taylor Yost, AOH
Patricia Ann Allen
Merrily Austin Greenville, X9
Marlene Kay Bagwell, QM
Charles Carter Baker, Jr., ZAE
Donald Edward Baker, ECIPE
Dean Dover Barger, Jr., EX
Jill Marie Bettis, -PM
Doris Kathleen Bilbrey
Archer Wortman Bishop, EX
Sandra N elle Bishop
Howard Michael Bluhm
Cynthia Ann Brackett, AOH
Sharon Lon Brewer, AI'
Judy Ann Britt, KA
Carolyn Rhea Browder, AAH
Laura Joyce Bryant, AI'
Barbara Ann Buchshorn, AI'
Rhett Burton, IIKA
Forrest Michael Butler
Herman Luther Campbell, Jr., A
Nancy Jean Carter, AAA
Dolly Ann Caywood, AOII
John Robert Chew, ATA
Clara Elizabeth Childress, EK
Linda Jo Clardy, KA
Betty Catherine Clark
Elizabeth Clark, KA
James Carl Clark, ISA
Linda Lee Clark, QM
Benjamin Bruce Coffey, EX
Wayne Lonnie Coffey, QFA
Nancy Sue Cole, KA
Eugene Thomas Collins
Patricia Ann Conner, QM
Bowling Green, Ky.
I'P Kings Mountain, N.C.
Patricia Ann Crosby, AAII
Kathryn Anita Crouch, AZ
Martha jane Curtis, ZTA
Anne West Dale, EK
JoAnne Dance, X9
M. Scott Davis, AAH
Marcia Lynn Davis, AAA
Marguerite Elaine Davis, AXS2
Judy Pat DeLozier
Margaret Jane Dick, X9
Helen Brooks Digges, AEA
julie Melissa Dorris, AAA
Carol Anne Dougherty, AAA
Sandra Dianne Duncan, A011
Thomas Thornton Dupree, K2
Mary Neal Durham, AAA
Ada Darlene Dycus, QM
Gail R. Edwards, ZTA
Barbara Anne Embury, AOII
Susan Mary Evans, X9
Betsey McKee Farrar, AAA
William Wayne Faussome
Carol Sue Finley
Sally Jane Fisher, AZ
Sharon Virginia Fleming, AAII
Marion Doris Flynn, KA
Hal Haizlip Flynt, ATO
Margaret Ellen Fowler, X9
Wesley Eugene Fox
David Louis Foy, EX
David Howard Fuller
Vivian Veina Fuqua, ZTA
Aleta Dean Gamewell, EK
Robert Claude Garrett, EX
Phyllis Anne Gifford, IIBfIJ
William Walter Goolsby
William Durham Green, AXA
Benny Elizabeth Greer, AI'
Carolyn Lee Grefe, AXS2
Mary Lou Griffin P
Katherine Ann Grubb
Deanna Jean Guidi, AFA
Mary Bennett Gunn, AX9
Sarah Anne Hagood, KA
Hal David Hall, KIDFA
Joyce Ann Hall, X9
Rebecca June Hannah, IIBGJ
Joyce E. Hanson, AFA
Charlene Alice Harb, KA
Joe J. Harrison, EAE
Linda Anne Harrison, HB6
Nancy Lorraine Hemeyer, EK
Carolyn Neil Henry, AAH
Karen Herndon, AAA
Leslie Virginia Heuer, AXQ
John Oliver Hicks, ATS2
Sharon Kay Hodge, EK
Bettye Sue Holloway, ISA
Russell Axson Houser, EN
Glenda Sue Howell, EK
JoAnn Hudson, AAH
Robert Henry Hudson, EN
Shirley Virginia Hunter, AFA
Rose Kathryn Hutchison, AAA
Paula Lee Ide, AAH
Linda Jane Jenkins
Susan Rhea Jenkins
Margaret Ann Johnson, ZTA
Sondra Lee Johnson, AXQ
F. Evelyn Jones, AAA
John Perry Jordan, Farmhouse
James McMillan Keally
St. Paul, Va.
ort Washington, L.I., N.Y.
Coral Gables, Fla.
Mt. Prospect, Ill.
William Andrew Kelley, KE
Dorothy Jo Kellman, AEfb
Dinah Sue Kelly, AFA
Sandra Jean Kendall
Barbara Sue Klutinis, KA
Helen Louise Lacy, X52
Nancy Tom Lambert, AXS2
Linda Sue Lattimore, '-PM
Lynda Joyce Leftwich, EK
Ann Dancy Lewallen, AAA
James Morgan Lewis, KE
James R. Liechty, Farmhouse
David Allison Livingston, QPSK
Susan Elizabeth Locklear, AOII
Frances LeAnn Loughran, AXQ
Suzanne Park Lovell, KA
Lynda Lee Lynch
Frank Knox McCalla, EX
Dixie Faye McDonald, A1'A
Maureen Claire McGovern, AFA
Lawrence Alan McMahon, AXA
David Eskridge McMillan
Donna Kay McNab, X52
Helen Diane Mahoney, AAH
John Stagmaier Mahoney, IPAO
Maudie Marlin, AI'
Cheryl Anne Matthew, EK
James L. Matthews, III, BAE
Jacquelyn Kay Meredith
John Arthur Miller, DDE
Judy Lee Miniat, Al'
Mary Lane Mitchell, AXQ
Ronald Lynn Molloy, EX
Mary Frances Montgomery
Carolynne Ruth Moore, AAA
Ray Thomas Moore
Falls Church Va.
Silver Spring, Md.
Marilyn Murphy, AAII
Bert Allan Nagy, KA
Mary Nave, AZ
Ann Neas, 'PM
Cynthia C. Nixon, X52
Virginia Pandapas, AI'
Larry Partain, Zfbhl
Judy Patterson, ZTA
Gail Patton, EK
Virginia Ruth Pentecost,
Randy Perry, KA
Linda Pike, IIB41
Patsy Porter, ZTA
Joy Quant, ZTA
Diane Kaye Purcell
Ann Rector, AEA
Larry Rees, ATA
Joseph Reeves, ISA
Laura Rose Richie, AOII
Kitty Lee Roberts, AAU
Lana Roberts, ATA
Jane Ann Roudebush
Susan Rutherford, AZ
Margaret Salyer, Al'A
Carol Sandersow, KA
Sandra Sheffield. Al'
Kay Shepherd, A011
,Iosetta Rae Shoemaker, EK
Susan Simpson, -Al'
Diana Simpson, 41M
Donna Ruth Sims, AAA
Pat Sivert, AEA
Portsmou th, Va.
Mt. Vernon, Ill.
Karen Ernestine Smith, AXQ
Mary Edna Smith, AAA
Susan Rawlings Stafford, AOH
Carol P. Stockton
Pamela Slater Stroyan, HBfIP
Jimmie Ray Taylor, EK
Carol Annette Thomas, AX!!
Judith Ann Tinch, ZTA
Sandra Travis, X52
William Alexander Tyler, Jr., DIPE
Charles Dillon Vanzant, AFP
Mary Gayle Vaughan, AAA
Sandra Ann Vaughn, ISA
Eleanor Margaret Volz, AZ
Carol Anne Wallen, X52
Mary Lee Washburn, ISA
Gail Ann Webb, AXQ
Peggy Jane Webb, QM
Larry Wallace Whaley, ATS?
Dorothy Louise Whelen, AOH
Albert Earl Wilhelm, IIPZZK
Lynda Helen Wilhelm
Ann Neel Wilson, ZTA
George Lawrence Winegar, EQIPE
Jane Wallace Wood
Martha Jo Wood
Newport News, Va.
Mary Jane Abernathy, AXQ
William Byrnes Acree, Jr., ATS?
Edward Albert Adams
Peggy Elizabeth Adams, KPM
Patricia Harriet Anderson, AOII
Shelia Anne Anthony
James Samalone Atkins, KA
Wanda Sue Baliley, A011
Helen Frances Barteime, AX!!
Fay Donouan Baugh, AAA
Katherine Ruth Benson, AEA
Donald Wallace Best, ATA
Marian Terry Bevis, QM
Richard Edward Bireley
Nancy Lloyd Blevins, QM
Edmund Lewis Bolt, IPEK
Elizabeth Anne Booth, AAII
Elizabeth Anne Bornemann, ISA
David Warren Bowen, IIKA
Charles Bertier Bowers, KE
Billy Wayne Bracy, APP
julia Ann Bradley, AAA
William Milton Brandon, KE
Susan Kay Brenner, AAII
Phyllis Oneta Brooks, ISA
Louise Elizabeth Browder, AF
Rebecca Ann Brown, AAII
Bobbi Katherine Buckingham, AXQ
jani Preston Buckles
James Robert Buckner, ZX
Susan Carol Bumgardner, Al'
Robert Morley Burton, EN
Sally Lou Burton
Rob john Busey, KID
Jack Coben Bush, KE
john Foster Caldwell, BAE
Marietta Welch Campbell, ZTA
Nancy Ruth Campbell, Z'l'A
Sarah Louise Cantell, QM
Marilyn Carden, AI'
Judy Inez Cardwell
Jeanette E. Carson, AZ
Michael Marion Cate, fbI'A
James Roy Chestnutt
St. Louis, Mo.
New Orleans, La.
Fort Wayne, Ind.
White Plains, N.Y.
Martha Catherine Claxton, AXQ
Robert Nelson Clement, ATO
Cecilia Faye Clowers, AZ
Susan Hope Colley, A011
Shelia Nell Connally, ZTA
Corinne Louise Cooper
Linda Gene Corn, AFA
Arlene Day Coulter
Carol Glynn Cousins, AAA
Helen Kay Coward, EK
Thomas Wayne Creed, ATA
Sharon Norine Compton, AAH
Carolyn Cruze, KA
Linda Sue Culveyhouse
Sandra Lee Cuningham, ZTA
Betty Joyce Daniel
JoAnne Davenport, Al'
Mary Marguerite Deaderick, KA
Dina LeGrande Deaton, CIPBI
Linda Dobbs, AAII
Donna Gayle Dooley
John Murray Douglass, Jr., KE
Robert Hall Duffey, ATO
John Wade Duke, QPSK
Preston Thomas Duke, A T0
David McDow Eason, ISA
Amelia Ellen Ellis, AEA
Anne Johnston Emmons, AAA
Webb Clinton Eskew, KE
Camille Frances Ethier, AOII
Grace Jolly Ewing, AAII
Barbara Elaine Farrar, Al'
Judith Orman Felts, AAA
Jacqueline Claire Fisher, 4231
Larry Mitchell Fisher, KA
William M. Flemister, KE
Jenny Lee Flowers, X52
Gina Marie Fornara, AOII
Jane Watson Fowler, AAA
Edgar Lee Fraker
Ann Larue Frakes, KA
James Boyd Francis, EX
Robert Gary French, KE
Nancy Elizabeth Fugate, ISA
Roger Granier, Jr., ATO Dyersburg
Nancy Marie Gardner, ZTA Garyville
Patricia Forsyth Giles, AAA Chattanooga
Rebecca Kay Giles Bristol
William Larry Gillentine, Farmhouse McMinnville
Thomas Kinzer Gilliam Columbia
Virginia Ann Glisson, Al' Cleveland
Paul Douglas Goddard, Jr., 1ivI'A Dandridge
Ethel Ann Grannis, ZIK Nashville
Perry Coe Greer, KA Clarksville
Phillip Stephen Hagewood, KA Hagewood
Phillip Stephen Hagewood, KA Clarksville
James Nolan Hall, EX Memphis
Joan Arlene Hamill, KA Chattanooga
Mary Nell Hancock Clarksville
George Henry Harding, ZAE Lebanon
Mary Alice Harris, AXS2 Kingsport
Christine Janet Harrison, AZ Kingsport
Gladys Lynne Haubenreich, AX!! Lewisburg
George Terry Haupt, CPPA Chattanooga
William Christopher Head Clarksville
Charlene Elizabeth Hemphill, AOII Atlanta, Ga.
Michael Austin Henry, ZAE Franklin
Pauline Sidonia Henry, HBKIJ Winston-Salem, N.C.
Harry Herbert Hepler, ZX Huntsville
Paul Adam Hershorin, AXA Pittsburgh, Pa.
James Russell Hill, EN Greeneville
Marie Ellen Hines, AXS2 Chattanooga
James Parks Hitch, ZX Maryville
Jana Ann Hite, ZTA Olmstead, Ky.
Jane Holman Columbia
Sharon Rae Huckaby, AI' Shreveport, La.
Mary Naomi Isbell, X9 Chattanooga
Mona Beth Isbell, AAII Concord
Winifred Elizabeth Jackson, AI' Chattanooga
Nancy Floride James, AEA Asheville, N.C.
James Arthur Jennette, ECPE Nashville
Judith Wade Johnson, KA Maryville
Johnnie Jannelle Jones Greeneville
Atis Jurbergs, IPAQ Memphis
Richard Irvin Kaufmann, ZBT Inglewood, N.J.
David Lee Kelley, KE Memphis
David Gene King, QFA Knoxville
Zella Frances Kirkpatrick, AAI! Gainesville, Fla.
Daniel Edwin Klutts, ATO Nashville
Dorothy Ann Koger, QM Byrdstown
Carol Ann Kucks, AXS2
Susan Miller Lackey, A011
Ruth Anne Lamb
Stephanie Lambert, AAA
Mary Patricia Langford, AVA
Lynda Larkin, X52
Linda Jean Laws, KA
Rachel Lee, Z'l'A
Mena Ann Locke, AI'
Jean Priestly Lockhart, AAII
Peter John Lohmann, AXA
James Harvey Long, Jr. KA
Linda Ellen Loomis, Al' Memphis
Nancy Rachael Love. AXS2 Bristol
Robert John Love, QPSK Honolulu, Hawaii
Martha Marilynne Lovell, AI' Jasper
Patricia A. Lynch, AZ Bristol
Sandra Joyce Lynn, ISA Celina
Frances Jackson McClain, AAA Bristol
Myra Susan McClard, AZ Lafayette
Linda Caye lVIcGill, QM Chicago, Ill.
Mary Lillian McLean, AZ Nashville
Jodie Elizabeth McTeer, KA Maryville
Elizabeth Rene Magness, Al' Signal Mountain
Margaret Fain Major Franklin
Barbara Malicote, XQ Memphis
John Samuel Marcy, KE Bristol
Alice Irene Massey, AXSZ Memphis
Carol Ann Mays, AAII Knoxville
Jean M. Mazzei, AXQ Bristol
Sarah Anne Milholen, EK Shelbyville
Kenneth Doyle Miller, Jr. Huntington
Lou Carolyn Miller, CPM Knoxville
Leanah Craig Mills, EK Morristown
Horace P. Moore, EN Niota
Jeanne Moore, AAII La Follette
Patricia Dolores Moorefield, ISA Kingsport
John Henry blorris, Jr., KA Savannah
William Fagan Morris, AFI' Wales
John Philip Mowery, ECPE Nashville
Michael Lynn Mullins Bristol
Rita Lou Munsey, AZ New Tazewell
Sherrell Theodore Myrick, Jr., IIKA Chattanooga
Linda Lee Nabors, ZTA Asheville, N.C,
Linda Gay Nicholson, ZTA Knoxville
Thomas Albert Nicholson, AXA
Dale Campbell Oakey, AXA
Dede Dawn O'Neal, AI'
John Thomas O'Neal, QEK
James Donald Owen, KE
James Gary Owen, AT!!
Harvey Eugene Owens, AH'
Ana Carolyn Ownbey, ZTA
Kenton Howard Page
Malinda Ann Paine, EK
Robert Lawrence Patterson, KE
Rena Marie Penn, X52
Bonnie Kay Perkins, IIBCII
John Duncan Perkins
Dennis Howard Peters, ATS?
James Robert Pettit, KA
Givens Marvin Phillips, KE
James Oscar Phillips, 4vl'A
Linda Carolyn Phillips, ZTA
Patrick James Pomphrey, AXA
La Grange, Ill.
Suzanne Porter, APA Nashville
John B. Pressly, QIUFA Loudon
Martha Lee Prophet, QM Memphis
Janet Claire Putman, AAII Rockwood
Joseph Kenneth Rader, Jr., 'DPA Elizabethton
Mary Kyle Raulston, KA Knoxville
Finley Walter Reed, Jr., ISA Lake City
NI. Martin Reed, EIDE Nashville
William Brelsford Rentenbach, K... Knoxville
lkleredith Kay Rice Charleston, West Va.
Eugenia Lee Robinson, ISA Brieeville
Mary Jane Rudd, KA Nashville
Mark Hoyle Rudisill Nashville
Rebecca Kathleen Rumcry Knoxville
James Francis Sack, KA Franklin
Karl Theodore Sammows, Jr., DDE Knoxville
James Robert Savage, 11113 Columbia
Gwendolyn Renee Sawyer Clarksville
Patsy Louise Scott, 4131 Oak Ridge
Mary Jean Sharp, HB6 Sq-viervillg
Judith Joanne Shay Denver, Colo.
Eugenia Anne Sheets, 11111 Madisonville
Ralph Harold Shell Tullahorna
Thomas Henry Shipman, SAE Memphis
Judy Ann Silva
East Douglas, lNIass.
John Taylor Simpnton, QEK
Betty Louise Smith, AOH
Linda Caliyie Smith, AAA
Kathleen Margaret Sohm, KA
Rosalind Speed, QM
Kathy Mae Stager, AFA
Andrew Kaywood Stallings, ZQIPE
Susan Randolph Stephens, AAU
James Edmund Stewart, ATS!
Charles Eugene Sullivan, ZAE
Willaford S. Swan, K2
John Sumners Tanner, ATS2
Margaret Joy Tanner
Iual Ray Thomas, KE
Charles O'Ferrall Thompson, KE
John Thomas Thompson, ATQ
Katherine Elizabeth Thompson, 4131
John Robert Tindall, Jr., EN
Marilyn Sue Tisdale
Charles Baxter Tucker, GFA
Betty Carolyn Turner, EK
Michael Walker Turner, SPE
Walter Leroy Twiste, ZQIJE
Sharon Lang Van Horn, AI'
Vicki Jane Vinsant, KA
Kenneth R. Wade, ATQ
Clarence Beaman Walker, fbI'A
Jim Kesley Waller, TEK
Sarah Jane Ward, X52
Frank Armstrong Watson
Rebecca Ann Weaver, KA
Bill Renford Webb, 'PFA
Randee Joy Wells, AAH
Roberta Ann Werner, AAII
Sandra Jean Whittaker
Bonnie Darlene Weiner, ZTA
Dan Phillip Wiggins, ATO
Peggy Ann Williamson, AFA
Marcia Willien, KA
Martha Jayne Wilson, AAII
Crilla Aleece Wolfe, IIBKIJ
Dennis R. Womack, ISA
Jennifer Tandy Woodbridge, AAA
Janice Marie Wright, KA
Judy Elizabeth Wright, AAA
Patricia Jean Wright, CPM
Barbara Ann Zazzi, AAA
Nutley, New Jersey
Chase City, Va.
Staten Island, N.Y.
if Q 'v--14" t
DE T GOVERNM
A Meeting of the Student Government Association in Progress
In l962 the official Student Governing Body of the Uni-
versity joined the National Student Government Associa-
tion and changed its name from All Students Council to
Student Government Association. SGA, including official
representatives, class oliicers, and SGA officers, meets
weekly. The SGA has as its chief aiin improving various
aspects of campus life and activities. Its three chief respon-
Student Government President, ViCe-Pre5ident of S, G. A.,
sibilities are the organization and production of Home
coming, All-Sing, and Carnicus.
Under the capable direction of YVayne Coleman, Presi
dent, and Benton Smith, Vice-President, SGA has not only
successfully completed its major activities, but has also
initiated the Student Forum Program, a Student Scholar
ship Program, a Student Recruitment Program, and a
teacher evaluation project.
Wayne Coleman Benton Smith S. G. A. Treasurer and Secretary, Anne Moore and Judy Falls
5 ...uf e
ROE ELLEN COLEMAN
Alpha Chi Omega
Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Epsilon Phi
Alpha Gamma Delta
Alpha Omicron Pi
Alpha Xi Delta
Delta Delta Delta
Mary Neal Durham
Independent Student Association
Mary Lee Washborn
Pi Beta Phi
Zeta Tau Alpha
Alpha Epsilon Pi
Alpha Gamma Rho
Alpha Tau Omega
Delta Tau Delta
Independent Student Association
Lambda Chi Alpha
Phi Sigma Kappa
Phi Gamma Delta
Pi Kappa Alpha
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Zeta Beta Tau
Political leaders don't always discuss important crises
"What's on your mind. Mr. Attorney General?"
JUDICIAL BOARD. Left to Right, Seated: Andy Nash, Martha
Clarson, Linda Swanson, Linda Looniis, Nora Ruth. Back Row:
l'rarn-r-s llbml. Vlanivr' Powvrsl Susan rllhmniison. Sliarrni RlX'f'Ig9.
AWS islllm'q0Yt'1'I1ll1Q hocly ol Lvl worm-n sluclvnts and is
a Illl'l1llX'I' ul' thi- l11tv1'c'ollm'giala' Associate-cl AYOIIICII Stu-
clvnts. thc- national cwgaliiyalion ol' collvuc- woxnvn.
livsiclvs working' with thc aclininislralion aml otlivi' 01'-
ganialions on canipus in 1-siahlishing and lu-1-ping rulers
which Qcwc-i'r1 wmnvn sluclcnts. AXYS sponsors and IJYOIIIOIPS
niany wnrtliwliili' IJI'0,lPt'lS during thi' school YFZIII
rllllf' tluw-lxoa1'clsulAlYS, lfxc'c'l1lix'f'. .lllCllf'l21l. ancl lmgis-
lativv sponsor an orim-mation prograln lor l-I'C'SlllI1l'l1 :incl
lI'ZiI1Sl-PIA wonlvn 4-acl: fall, 'lhcy also sponsor a clanc'f'. a
Lou Qlohnson, Cathy Dodson, Nanvy Niclwll, Rvita VVatu-nlxargf-a,
Liluhx' Williams, IElIIll'f' lillimt.
SlllClf'I1l-FllC'lllIf' llirnivr. ancl a Frivmlsliip NYM-lx.
Thi' Tennessee Girl is Llim- arnnnal pulmlictaiifm ol' AWS
and whivli contains thi' sofial iwflilzltioiis gox'c'r'iiiiiQ all
L'lJOIl1'I1l'0llIIlPIll in Lfl' cxvry wmnan Sll1Lll'Ill on CZIIIIPIIN
is an AYYS lllC'IIllll'l'. Shi' lbcfollivs an avtivv IIll'Illl1l'l' upon
thc' IJ2lyIIll'Ill ol' ilu- Cluvs ol' svxvrily-lin' cvnls pm' YUZIV. ancl
shi' is givcn thi' 0IJIJOI'll1IlllX' ol holding ollicc' anal partici-
pating in AWS L-lm-climxs.
FROSH BOARD. Left to
Right, Seated: Ann Grannis.
Mary ,lanv Rudd. Ann
xYt'2lX'!'1'. Patsy Scott. Stand-
ing: .lvannv Moorv. B1-cky
Brown. Balms Blallirotr: Bar-
lxara Brown. Back Row:
Susan Lac'lu'y. Sliaron Ilurk-
ahy. Linda liaison, Sarah
il-l1Ol'IllTUl'U. Nlarin-lla Clamp-
AVIS EXECUTIVE BOARD
LYNN OLIVER l'rPsir11'lif
Fl-f.Yf I ITP-l'rf'sirlf'11t
J11rlfr'1'f1l Honrfl l'rwsirlr'l1!
BETTY ANN LOWE Sr'rrP111ry
KATHY DELIKER Tf1flSlH'l'I'
AWS JUDICIAL BOARD
LINDA SWANSON l'1'r's1'rl'f'f1I
TVIARTHA CARSON lll'f'SI'I!l'lIf of Killiff ,Kam
l'rf'side11i of llvlmxf'
Presirleflzl of 0111 Wrist Hull
Prrfsidvnt Of New WMS! llnfl
Prffsidflzl of Jl'l1lIIif' Aflllbflfflllg
Presirlent of Barbara Bloun!
l,VPSi!If'I1f of Tffmplv ffrmrl
1'rf'sirlc'11l 01 Henson Hall
SUSAN THOMPSON 1Jl'I'Sl'df'l1l of lI11IIiP Iiufn
LIBBY WILLIAMS l'rPs1'der1l of flronrlrz flour!
FRANCES WOOD 1'rPsidPr11 0f1'ully llffflluig
AWS LEGISLATIVE BOARD
HELEN NIORGAN Sffnior
LINDA -IENNINGS Jluzim
SANDRA FORBES Suplionmrz
PAT CONNOR Svniol'
ANN HOFFNIEYER junior
SARAH RUSSELL and JANIGE EGLETON Suplmnmrf'
FRANCES BRESKO Swninr
LINDA BETTIS JIIIIIIDI
KITTY ROBERTS .NIIIJIIUHIIIH
VIRGINIA MADDLX and VIRGINIA I'IOLTlN'IAN Sffninz
BETSY IRWIN Junior
KAY SHEPHERD Soplznrzmr
EXECUTIVE BOARD, Left to Right, Seated: Linda Eason, Lynn
Olivt-r, Standing: Linda Swanson, Bvtty Ann Loww, Kathy Dt-Ckvr.
NANCY CILIFT Rt'1llf'.Y4'lIf!lfl-I'l'
GAIL VVATERS l'r1l1l1wllw1z'r Rwp.
NIARY LEE WASHBLRN IS,-l Rf-p.
SLIE OGDIN "Tf'11r1f '." we' Girl" lfrlfmr
ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDE TS
LEGISLATIVE BOARD, First Row, Left t0 Right: Betsy Irwin,
Kitty Roberts, Sandy Forlws. Gail Watt-rs, Virginia Lowa Second
Row: Linda Jrnninqs. Franrfs Brasko, Nancy Clift. Third Row: Pat
Conner. Virginia Maddnx. Helen Morgan, Virginia Holtnian,
Fourth Row: Linda Bvttis, Mary Ls-9 IVashburn, Suv Ogdin. Fifth
Igoviz Kay Shcpht-rd, Ann HofInn-yer. Sarah Lot- Russell, -Ianicv
1 Swami amaaamssauw A
Left to Right: Civorum' x1i'Hl'I1l'S', Businc-ss Stuff: Ste-wr
cjiilllli, Sports Co-Edilori Surah Bilnlv. Honorarivs Editor.
Left lo Right: Standing: Ruth Butts, Linda Link, Nfzxrgic
Coolvy, llhcryl W21K'iltl'i. Sharon fXHdl'l'S1Sll, Jim Giffin.
Scaled: Bob Garrm-tt, Judy Yost, Bill Montgonu-ry, Put
ACTIVITIES'--Co-Editors: Linda Link and Sharen Andersen.
Committee: Jackie Holland, Ann Cox Walker, Cathy Dodson.
ATHLETICS-f Co-Editors: Bill Niontgomery and Steve Ollard.
Committee: Carolyn Henry, Dianne Moore. Linda Young.
BEAUTIES-Editor: Ruth Butts. .
Committee: Linda Looines, Judy Miniel, Sandra Shefheld, Marie
Ingrassia, Elizabeth Dooley, 'llom Nicholson. Jim Garner. JO
Hudson, Bob Hester.
CLASS-Editor: Pat Blurton.
Committee: Linda Wilbanks, Denny Peters, Joyee McIntosh,
FRATERNITIES-Editor: Bob Carrett.
Committee: Judy Lienart, Judy Felts, Ed Daueh
SORORITIES-Editor: Nlargie Cooley.
Committee: Bonny Bonnyman, Lynda Larkin. Jenny Lee Flowers.
NIILITARY-Editor: Jim Gifhn.
Committee: Sherry Fleming, Charlie Thompson, Carolyn Henry.
HONORARIES-Editor: Sarah Bible.
Committee: Bill Kelly, Andy Nash, Judy Vaughan, Mary Ann
ORGANIZATIONS-Editor: Cheryl Wat-htel,
Committee: Beverly Best. Mary Bruee. Sharon Hodues.
Bill lNIyers-A Business Manager
Frank Murtaugh-CJrganizations Manager
George fXIeHenry and Pat Neergaard.
Judy Yost --Kfanager.
Committee: Cynthia Nixon, Patsy Cogburn, Sue Statlord
Georgia Dunean, IwIary Aliee NIeNIillan, Judy Smith, Dottie
Wheelen, Paula MeCaslin.
it e tt
This year the VOLUNTEER took on a major
Change by the addition of eolor beauty pages
and full-page eolor diyisions pages. The year-
book was orientated toward a student's yiew ol'
the L'niyersity and opened with a longer seetion
of glimpses of the Uniyersity seen through a
Bditor Bill Bleyins was ably assisted by a most
etlieient and interested statlf Althousfh their jobs
involved long and tedious hours of hard work.
the entire stall' never failed to do their part. lt
it difiieult for someone not eonneeted with the
YUIIINTIQER to realiye just how mueh work
Qoes into putting together a major publieation.
Business Nfanager Bill Nlyers instigated new
and rewarding sales programs resulting in added
sales and efficient handling of the books. Ham-
pered by out-dated regulations restricting the
VOLUNTEER from being sold in the dorms or
the student center, Nfyers and his statl' had to
struggle to get the amount of sales needed for
the eost ol the book. All in all. the l96fl VUL-
UNTHER should be one of the yery best.
'llwiet--a-week deadlines and a stall' almost doubled from
last year was the big change in tht- Orange and YVhite,
student newspaper. this year. '1'lit- semi-weekly Orange and
White was established as an experiment late in 1962, was
successful. and permanently became a twice-a-week publi-
cation at tht- first ol' this school year. Instead ol' appearing
on Friday, the Orange and White was on newsstands on
Tuesday as well.
Don Palmer, a senior from Maryville, was editor for the
lirst term. which saw some of the major news breaks of the
sehool year. Lucinda Long. a Knoxville senior. was second-
tvrm editor--during the major news ol' All Sing. Carnieus.
Convocation, and mort- University expansion,
john Lain. a University journalism professor. served as
.lim Maples, a junior from Chattanooga. headed ad
gathering and financing for the publication. assisted by a
stall ol some ten students.
Business Stall, left to right, seated: Linda Davis, Miki- Du
Bois, Kr-n McDonald. Standing: Eddie Duncan, Maudic-
Nlarlin, Susan .Xdt-rhold. Nlary Clarke Smith, Nfarlin
First-term Editor was Don Palmer
Tuesday Staff, seated lcft to right: Diane Knit-s, Fran
Bartelmv. Leah Phelps. Sandra Bennett. Picture Editor,
Ann Sinness. Linda Jennings. News Editor. Celia Murphy.
Feature Editor. Linda McGill. and Judy Heglar. Stand-
ing: David Hall, Managing Editor, Sue Lester. Vandlyn
Brown, Copy Editor. Anne Watson. Soriety Editor. and
Charlie Thompson. Not Pictured: Bill Felknor, Sports
Editor, Sam Sentelle, Makeup Editor. Bill Haddox. Pho-
tographer, and John M. Lain. Faculty Advisor.
Lueinda Long was second-term Editor
Friday Staff, Seated, Left to Right: Mundie Marlin.
Suzanne Lovell, Lucinda Long. Sandra Jones, jerry
Fischer, Emily Crump, Christine May, Sue Bren-den, und
Cheryl Waehtel. Standing: Marlin Mosby. Ken Mt'-
Donalcl, .Ion Sem-r. Ron Marlar. and Hunk Dye.
'l'l1e Orange and Hliitc has been functioning zu L'-'l'
tilxnost continuously since 1904. It luis been in its Current
tabloid fortn sinee l95l.
'l'l1e purpose ol' the paper. tis outlined by its editorial
staff and advisor. is to present 21 eoinplete and balaneed
report of Campus life, at task not possible for 21 metropolitan
paper serving the whole Knoxville eonnnunity. It is also an
organ for opinion of student editors. selected by a publiea-
tions eonnnittee ol' L'nix'ersity representatives.
Larry Perry, editor "Tennessee Engineer"
Left to Right, Seated: James R. Jones, Nancy A. Clift, David F.
Howell, Larry Perry, Steven A. Radlein, Paula Richardson, Charles
R. Edwards. Not Pictured: Chr-sly Lyon, Michael Kennedy. John
Monrr-y. Hal Phillips.
The past three decades have seen the development of one
of the largest college engineering magazines in the United
States of America. Beginning back in 1925 with a small two-
page pamphlet and continuing at present with more than
thirty-live pages per issue, The Tennessee Engineer has one
of the largest circulations of other equivalent college maga-
zines. The Tennessee Engineer is distributed to alumni and
students of the College of Engineering. The contents range
from articles on 'WVomen in Engineering" to 'gThe Complex
Gyratorf' with the articles mainly concerned with the Col-
lege of Engineering. The quarterly magazines staff has
recently received an award of excellence in engineering col-
lege magazines from a national firm. Heading the staff this
year have been Larry Perry, Editor, and Charles Edwards,
Business Manager. The faculty advisor is Mr. E. A. W'hite-
The Tennessee Farmer, the official student publication of
the College of Agriculture, has been published under the
sponsorship of the Agricultural Club since 1906. The maga-
zine is distributed to Alumni of the College of Agriculture,
agriculture students and their parents, high schools teach-
ing agriculture, county agricultural agents, and general
subscribers. It contains news of student activities, alumni
activities, technological innovations for Tennessee Agricul-
ture, and developments in the studentis chosen field.
Wlritten and edited by agricultural students. the Tennes-
see Farmer is published four times a year, Hlorking on the
staff gives a student the opportunity to broaden his perspec-
tive of agriculture. The Tennessee Farmer is a member of
the Agriculture College Magazines Associated,
Amold Skelton, Editor "Tennessee Farmer
Front Row, Left to Right: Ralph Hamil-
ton, Advisorg Rex Kimbro, Managing Edi-
torg Arnold Skelton, Editorg john Reeves, l
Advertising Manager. Second Row: I
Charles Goan, Circulation Manager: jim
Jones, Glyn Ed Newton, Business Man-
ager. Third Row: Dan Wheeler, john
Jordan, Kenneth Kemp. Fourth Row:
Don Carton, Conrad Sisk, Don Kyle. W
Fifth Row: Jim Kirk, Gene Dugger,
Charles Self. Sixth Row: Bill Testerman, l
Bobby Sasser. Q
THE P BLICATIONS COUNCIL
PROFESSOR W. C. TUCKER
JAMES L. sM1TH
The Publishing Association of the University of Tennessee
is a non-profit corporation which publishes the school year-
book, THE VOLUNTEER, and the school paper, The
Orange and White. Known as the Publications Council, the
Board of Directors is composed of two faculty members
and one alumnus who are appointed by the President of
the University and two students and one alumnus elected
annually by the publications' subscribers. Every student
who subscribes to The Orange and White or buys a
VOLUNTEER is a stockholder in this corporation and
entitled to votes proportionate to his invested stock in the
annual elections. The President of the University is an
Included in the responsibilities of the Board are the gen-
eral policies and financial supervision of THE VOLUN-
TEER and The Orange and White. The board members
select the student executives of the publications and assist
the business managers in handling sales, advertising, and
other financial details.
To help promote interest in the University and its publi-
cations, the Board assists in providing free copies of The
Orange and White which are distributed in the Tennessee
high school libraries. The Board also contributes to the
annual conference of state high school editors and estab-
lishes the standards for the selection of Torchbearers.
Left to Right, Seated: Mr. Hooper, Professor Tucker, Mr, McLain.
Standing: Mr. Harriss, Mr. Lain, Dr. Adams.
STUDE T FORUM
The Student Forum Lecture Series is a program which
was initiated on the campus of the University of Tennessee
in 1961-62. The Student Forum was a progressive move-
ment on campus toward improved student life and activities
by the Student Government Association. The purpose of
the lecture series is to bring renowned and outstanding
personalities to UT to speak on their various fields of
achievement. During the first year, the notables who were
brought to our campus were Dr. Arthur Seibeus, Martin
Caidin, Albert Burke, and Lowell Thomas, Jr. A special
and exciting addition to the series was the appearance of
Secretary of State Dean Rusk.
Another outstanding group of speakers was presented in
the 1962-63 season. The well-known authority on etiquette
and cookery, Amy Vanderbilt, impressed students and
Knoxvillians with her talk entitled "How Times Have
Changedf' Alistair Cooke informed the campus on g'How
the Rest of the World Sees America." The noted sociologist,
Vance Packard, spoke on his Field, and John Strom took
his audience on a trip HBehind Red Chinais Bamboo Cur-
tainf' The Student Forum has definitely played an impor-
tant role in enriching student life.
Em. V 5
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STUDENT FORUM EXECUTIVE BOARD-Seated, Left to
Right: Sharon Stroud. Chris Abbey, Betsy Thomas, Advisor: Anne
Dempster, Secretary. Standing: Gary Meyer, Bette Stubbs, Barbara
McC:1rtc-r, Matt McClellan, Chairman.
spoke in November.
Amy Vanderbilt speaks on
World traveler, Alistair Cooke,
john Strohm talked on
China's Bamboo Curtain.
Noted sociologist, Vance Pack-
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NAHHEEYAYLI GOVERNING BOARD
NAHHEEYAYLI BOARD-First Row, Left to Right: Ira Fenton, Marvin Lubin, Fourth Row: Mike Du Bois, Walter Bussart lov.
David Brubaker, Larry Shrader. Second Row: Pete Von Elton.
Barksdnle Jones, Archer Bishop. Third Row: Gene Withrow, and
Since its founding in 1924 as an organization to reduce
competition between fraternities, the Nahheeyayli Govern-
ing Board has become one of the most popular organizations
on the UT campus. The Board, composed of a representa-
tive from each fraternity and from the Independent Stu-
dents Association, now serves as the campus coordinator
to organize and supervise the presentation of nationally
and internationally known popular entertainment to the
The name Nahhceyayli is an old Cherokee Indian word
meaning "dance of the seasonf, and rightly so, for it is
definitely one of the largest, most popular events of each
Ashley, Tommy Boggs, Max Parrish, Joe Radar, Bob Vaughn Not
Pictured: John Housley and Campbell Sowells.
The Journeymen provided Fall Quarter's entertainment
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OFFICERS--Left to Right: Pete Von Elton, AXA, Secretary
Walter Bussart, ATU, Publicity Chairman: Barksdale Jones, 111113
Prcsidentg Bob Vaughn, KA, Vicc-President, Larry Shrudor, IIKA
Custodian: and Jon' Ashley, ATA, Trmsurcr.
Nahheeyayli's president, Barksdale jones
Campus jazz fans enjoyed Dave Brubeck at Winter Nah-
Honiecorning .Queen Jane Waller was very radiant at half-time Ceremonies
despite the ram.
A huge bonfire Friday night was the first event
in a fun-filled Homecoming Weekend. The cheer-
leaders roused the spirit of the students despite the
damper put on the festivities by Old Man Weather.
Inspired by the Spirit of the Hill Contest sponsored
by Adawayhi, the Greek groups showed their sup-
port of the Vols with posters scattered over the
campus throughout the week, card tricks at the
pep rally, and cheers at the game. Nineteen hun-
dred and sixty-two saw an important alteration in
the Homecoming Parade held Saturday morning.
Only the fraternities entered the float competition,
while the sororities planned displays in the Student
Center carrying out the Homecoming theme of
"Rebel Roundupf' Weeks of planning and a late
night of work on Friday paid off for Sigma Chi,
whose float received the hrst-place award, and
Kappa Sigma, who came in second.
Equipped with umbrellas, confetti, and lots of
spirit, UT students, alumni, and fans enjoyed the
thrilling game with the Ole Miss Rebels and were
also treated to the presentation of the 1962 Home-
coming Queen, Miss Jane Waller, and her court
during half-time ceremonies. A concert by the
Chad Mitchell Trio plus fraternity parties rounded
out the Homecoming festivities on Saturday night.
An additional improvement was the granting by
the AYVS Council of 1:30 permission on Saturday
night to dormitory girls.
Pre-Homecoming Spirit was quite evident at Pep Rally Homecoming Co-Chairmen-Joe Cook and Jerry Wilson
Sigs rocket to top honors in '62 Homecoming
Kappa Sigls OLE-MISS-FIT takes second place
HOMECOMING ADVISORY BOARD-Left to Right, Seated:
Sue Ogdin, Margie Cooley, Andy Nash, Marcin Herring. Standing:
Joe Ashley, Mat McClellan. Bucky Bagwell.
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ALL SING '63
ALL-SING PROGRAM . .
Opening-U.T. Singers Testament of Freedom
'4The God who gave us life gave us liberty"
-Words of Thomas Jelferson
Pi Kappa Alpha-K'Landlord, Fill the Flowing Bowlw
Kappa Delta-'iThe Key to Love"
Delta Ga1nma+"Stairway to the Stars"
Phi Delta Theta+nBlue Skiesl'
1 INTERMEDIATE GROUPS
Pi Beta Phi ......................... Director, Karen Haralson
Phi Gamma Delta ................. Director, Charles Snodgrass
LWVhen Johnny Comes lNIarching Home Againl'
Sigma Kappa ...............,...... Director, -Iosetta Shoemaker
mln the Still of the Nightu
Alpha Gamma Rho ..................... Director, Sue Novotny
"Can I Go?',
Class AA boy's winner Phi Gamma Delta
Class AA girl's winner Alpha Chi Omega
Alpha Chi Omega ................... Director, Anna Haslbauer
"What Kind of Fool Am I?"
Delta Tau Delta ........................ Director, Gurth Baron
"Deep in My Heart, Dear"
Alpha Delta Pi .......................... Director, Jane Waller
"Velvet Shoes"-"These Are a Few of My Favorite Things"
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. .,................... Director, Bob Davis
"I'm a Poor Lonesome Cowboyi'-'iNew Tasmolian Marching
Delta Delta Delta ...................... Director, Sue Novotny
"Night and Dayu-'KWaiting for My Dearie"
Alpha Tau Omega ............,.......... Director, Bo Thomas
Alpha Xi Delta ................. Director, Sammie Sue Hodges
K'Waters Ripple and Flows'-Hltalian Street Song"
Sigma Phi Epsilon ......................... Director, Ed Smith
HThe Streets of Larado"-K'Evcrything's Coming Up Roses"
Chi Omega ........................... Director, Carol Erskine
"Wade In the Waterv-"Love is a Many Splendored Thingi'
Sigma Chi .....................,...... Director, Jerry Hamby
"I Hear a Voice A'Praying"-"Carmen, Carmeo"
U. T. SingersiFinale
Advisory Board Members-Seated, left to right: Phyllis Anderson,
Pat Blurton, Linda Bettis. Standing: Jack Ransom, Marianne
Bowyer, Lolly Taylor, Bill Marks.
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Musical Comedy-Women's Feature
My Fair Lady-"Show Me"
Oklahoma-"Out of My Dreams" ...... Solo by Charlotte Sims
West Side Story-"I Feel Pretty" ....... Solo by Charlotte Sims
"Cool Boy, Easy Boy" .................. Men with Dancers
"A Boy Like Thati' Duet: Charlotte Sims, Paula Ferree
Music Man-"Pick a Little, Talk a Little"-"Wells Fargol'
Patriotic Medley .......................... by Norman Lubofi'
Under the direction of Ambrose Holford
Accompanied by Victor Byrd
Class AAA boy's winner Sigma Alpha Epsilon
The 32nd annual All-Sing brought with it a major change in this traditional
program-the addition of the intermediate group as a new level of competition in
order to give more groups the opportunity to participate. All-Sing was dedicated to
Dr. Isabel Tipton who has given much of herself to the University of Tennessee.
The Alpha Delta Pi's won top honors in the sorority class AAA competition with
their versions of g'Velvet Shoes" and c'These Are a Few of Nlv Favorite Things."
Sigma Alpha Epsilon captured fraternity Class AAA honors with hlim a Poor Lone-
some Cowbovw and "New Tasmolian Kfarehing Band."
Alpha Chi Omega and Phi Gamma Delta became the first winners of the class
AA division with their arrangements of 'iVVhat Kind of Fool Am IT' and HlVhen
Johnny Comes Marching Home Again," respectively. In the class A or small group
competition the winning trophy went to Phi Delta Theta.
A grand finale presented by the UT. Singers featured a "Patriotic Medleyi' writ-
ten especially for the Singers by Norman Luboff.
Class AAA girl's winner Alpha Delta Pi
Co-Chairmen of All-Sing
Carolyn Leffell, Lloyd Stanley
Class A winner Phi Delta Theta
Carnicus Co-Chairmen, Bill Cowan and Barbara Short
Kappa Delta and Georgia Brown take first place with "Sherman's
A.XlI's find out "the difference" in "Kindergarten Komplexesf'
1962 CAR ICUS
UT,s thirty-third annual Carnicus Ccarnival circusj
presentation, as always, lived up to its title, "The Greatest
Show in Dixie," with the 1962 version entitled "Countdown
From the eight outstanding sorority and fraternity Final-
ists, Kappa Delta captured first place with their presenta-
tion of 'fSherman's Last Stand,', and Kappa Sigma won
top honors with their version of i'The Barber of Seville?
The Squires walked off with the small-group honors.
Carnicus is one of the major functions sponsored by the
Student Government Association. SGA prescribes the judg-
ing system which includes humor and entertainment value,
continuity, stage and costumes, and perfection of presenta-
Once again, UT's Carnieus offered some of the rarest,
most delightful entertainment to Knoxvillians, parents and
Phi Gamma Delta tries to "Pick a Card, Any Cardf'
K'Robin the Hood" finds Sherwood Forest invaded by Lambda Chi's
PHI GAMMA DELTA 'A
ALPHA DELTA PI "
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
DELTA DELTA DELTA
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
'lShcrman,s Last Standl'
Pick a Curd+Any Cardin
"Robin The Hood"
i'On to Rabbit Springs
"The Barber of Seville"
"Follies des Fleurs"
Delta Gamma's find over-population the
problem in Bunnyville
Second honors go to ZAE and "Cleopatra.',
Advisory Board members are, Front Row, Left to Right: Ann Held-
errnan, Quinn Young, Patsi Keally, Becky Hembree. Back Row:
Dick Newport, Jim Herbert, John Housley.
Kappa Sigs and KA's and signs of victory
First-place goes to K2 and the "Barber of
"Follies des Fleurs" portrayed by Tri Dclta
THE UNIVERSITY CE TER
Student Center Chairman Mickey Nardo and Co-Chairman
CREATIVE ARTS COMMITTEE-First Row, Left to Right:
Gary Long, Judy Dow, Linda Weaver, Sharon Huckabee, Carolyn
Head, and Paula McCaslin. Second Row: Ken Storrs, Mack Kil-
patrick, Chairman and jimmy Owen.
Serving as a Ncampus living roomw for the entire Univer-
sity community, the University Center provides the oppor-
tunity for students, faculty, and alumni to select and
participate in worthwhile activities.
The Center is operated through the direction of student
committees that plan and carry out the various programs.
On the social level, a variety of dances are open to all stu-
dents. Various programs of instruction and tournaments are
held in individual sports such as chess, billiards, bridge, and
On a more serious level, the University Center offers a
wide range of musical presentations ranging from the Folk
Music Festival in the Spring to the Fine Arts programs
throughout the year. Rented displays, coupled with samples
of local work, provide a good selection for the art lover.
Movies from popular classical, and foreign sources are
shown throughout the year.
In order to expand the cultural and social activities, the
University Center program is constantly being broadened.
The Monocle, a newspaper calendar. is published by the
Center to inform the students of all campus events of in-
terest. Future plans include an entertaining lecture series
of interest to all students.
Truly, the University Center lives up to its name, HThe
Living Room of the Campusf,
PROGRAM COMMITTEE-Left to Right, Seated: jim Gifhn,
Co-Chairman, Jean Mazzel, Ann Weaver, Margie Cooley, Carolyn
Henry. Standing: Susan Finer, Bob Martin, Lucy Browder, Linda
Townsend, Ed Palmer, Jeanne Moore, John Perry, Sarah Cantwell,
Bill Potter, Bill Brandon, and Linda Ebert. Not Pictured: Janet
Putman, Linda Davis, Ronnie Cox, and Bob McNees.
TEE-Left to Right, Seated:
Linda Strom, Pat Blurton,
Katherine Keith, June Keith.
Susan Colley, and Dottie
Wheelc-n. Standing: Jackie
Holland, Kay Hutchinson,
Bobbi Herner, Bonita Bar-
nard, Penny Dumas, Lynn
Cecil, Martha Warren, and
DANCE COMMITTEE -
Left to Right, Standing:
Lolly Ritchie. Gloria Lane.
Mary Lou Crifiin, Betty
Giles. Lyn Larkin, Ginnn
Jones. and David jones.
Back Row: Bill Giddings,
Chairman: Trisha Hutchins.
Ann Stephens, Lavene Rob-
erts, Kay Shepherd, Co-
Chairman: Dave Fuller. Carl
I'Voodall, and Craig Norton.
TEE-Front Row, Left to
Right: Jean Schiffman, Patty
Gibbs, Suzanne Lovell, jo
Patterson, Barbara Brown,
Martha Dempster. Second
Row: Dick Tipton, Karen
Kaishoven, Elizabeth Jack-
son, Ann Fowler, and Dancy
Lewellan. Third Row: Larry
McClanahan, Alan Nagy,
Jim Maples, Co-Chairman,
and Paul Williamson, Co-
JOHN M. SMARTT
The Alumni Association is composed of Graduate Stu-
dents of the University. Seniors become members of the
Association for a one-year period, after which they may
retain active status by contributing to the annual Alumni
Members receive copies of the three Alumni publications,
the Tennessee Alumnus, Hill-O-Grams, and the Monday
The five-fold objectives of the Association are:
1. To aid the University in securing adequate support for
the full development of the institution.
2. To bring to Tennessee the best men and women en-
rolled in secondary schools of the state.
3. To maintain accurate biographical records of Alumni
and recognize them for their achievements.
4. To assist in securing such publicity as will increase the
prestige of the University.
5. To promote further growth of the Personnel Bureau.
The Bureau of Personnel Service was established by the
University for the purpose of assisting in the placement of
Alumni and Seniors. Alumni are urged to notify the Bureau
of any possible opening for Tennessee men and women and
to call upon the Bureau of Personnel Service for assistance
Left to Right, Seated: Charlotte S. Overton, Carlie Merritt, Helen McNew, Kay Dorsett, Alice
Moore, Evelyn Bales, Jeanne Barkley. Standing: Betty Stone, Mary Ruth Henderson, Sancy Hail.
Summer and Fall Officers, Right to Left: Earl Layman, Presidentg John O'Connor,
Vice-President, Robert Harris, Secretary, Ben Hooper, Treasurer.
Since its establishment in 1890 the UT College of law has steadily
become one of the leading institutions of its kind in the country. The
College is a charter member of the American Law Students Association
which is an arm of the American Bar Association.
Students at the College govern their own affairs through the Student
Bar Association and in conjunction with the local Bar Association spon-
sor such activities as the annual Law Day Celebration. At weekly
meetings the Association sponsors lectures, trial practice sessions, and
The Tennessee Law Review, which is published by the faculty and
students of the College, is the official publication of Tennessee Bar
Association. Through such integrated activities the student is acquainted
both with the theoretical and practical phases of the law and is prepared
to take a responsibile place in the civic and legal aHairs of his com-
Winter and Spring Officers, Right to Left: Jerry Taylor, Presidentg jim Omer Vice
President, Gus Wood, Secretary, Dave Buck, Treasurer.
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VOL BEAUTY PARADE
The top 22 beauties begin final competition.
The twenty-two beautiful girls who are pictured in our
beauty section were selected at the annual Volunteer Beauty
Parade held in early November. They were chosen on the basis
of the beauty of their facial features, figure, personality, and
the excellence of their stage presence and poise. Of the sixty-
four beauties entered in the Parade, four were nominated by
each of the fifteen sororities and four by the Independent Stu-
dents Association. The first judging was held on the evening of
November 6 in the University Center Ballroom. Following the
parade, each contestant was interviewed by four local judges.
The ballots of these judges selected our twenty-two Hnalists.
The evening of November 7 saw the selection of Miss Volun-
teer. On that night four different local judges named Miss
Betty Carlson the winner of our 1962-63 Volunteer Beauty
The staff of the VOLUNTEER would like to thank the eight
judges who so generously gave their time. A vote of thanks
also goes to the Hillls fifteen sororities and the Independent
Students Association. Without the continued interest and help
of these people and organizations, the selection of this yearis
beauties would have been impossible.
All photographs of Beauties by Gordon Studios, Knoxville
Sally Bacon starts her
Several beauty hope-
fuls await their turn.
MISS VOLU TEER
This year Miss Betty Carlson, a popular Alpha Xi Delta,
reigns as the queen of beauty on "The Hill? Always vi-
vacious and gracious, Betty charms all who know her.
Through her talent and agility, she has brought enjoyment
to thousands of football fans this fall as she has marched as
rnajorette for her second consecutive year with the Pride
of the Southland Band. UT feels proud to crown her "Miss
Volunteerv of 1962-63.
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MISS JEANNE HOOD
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Miss MARY KAY PUTNAM
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MISS SUANN PRESTON
Delta Delta Delta
MISS ANNETTE TEFFETELLER
Alpha Delta Pi
MISS AYNN THURMAN
MISS JUDY VAUGHN
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MISS GAIL WEBB
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President Delta Delta Delta
All-Sing Advisory Board
Mortar Board Historian
GARY C. MEYER
Omicron Delta Kappa President
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Homecoming Advisory Board
Chairman Student Center Lecture
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Phi Mu President
Mortar Board's Most Outstanding
Homecoming Advisory Board
AWS First Vice-President
Business Scholarship Y'Vinner
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President Circle K
Tau Beta Pi
Phi Eta Sigma Secretary
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WM. M. ROBINSON, JR.
President Sigma Nu
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Mortar Board Treasurer
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President Kappa Delta
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President Phi Eta Sigma
President Pi Sigma Alpha
Commander Arnold Air Society
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VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR
Chosen as the most outstanding male student on
campus, and for such qualities as leadership, loyalty
and sincerity, is Wayne A. Coleman, Tennesseels
1963 Volunteer of the Year.
Wayne, an honor student in the College of En-
gineering, received the Hrst Herman Hickman
Award given at the University. The award is given
to the outstanding Senior in scholarship, leader-
ship and sportsmanship and is to be applied toward
graduate study. Wayne plans to utilize this award
while working on a Masterls degree in Nuclear
Leading the student body as President of the
Student Government Association is no little job but
somehow Wayne manages to Find time to do this
and join in numerous other activities. Some of these
include: Who,s Who, Tau Beta Pi, Omicron Delta
Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, Scabbard and Blade and
Then when football season rolls around, the stu-
dents see Wayne, a three-year letterman, at the
blocking-back position. Yes, the University of
Tennessee will remember with a smile that versatile
young man from Miami, Florida, who gave a part
of himself to his school.
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The ideal senior university woman-this is Vir-
ginia Lane Maddux, Miss Tennessee for the year
1962-63. She reigns with all the charm, beauty,
poise and personality that are characteristic of the
Miss Tennessee tradition.
Virginia, a transfer from Tennessee Tech as a
Political Science major in the College of Liberal
Arts, has become a vital member of our campus.
She is President of Mortar Board and is active on
the Board of Associated Women Students and a
member of Who's Who, as well as countless other
As Sweetheart of Sigma Chi Fraternity and as,
an active member of Delta Delta Delta Sorority
where she serves as pledge mother, Virginia is kept
busy, but no complaints, always a smile-one which
characterizes the life of a coed from Cookeville who
will long be remembered in the hearts of students
on Tennessee's campus.
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Earl Patrick Augustine James VVillian1 Blevins Ilavid E, Burkhart
Joyce Elinor Finnell Martha Ann Frakes
Steve D. Cates Wayne Coleman
Betty Ann Lowe
Mack Aleene "Cissy" Goddard Ann Carlile Heldfrnlan Donald W Freeman
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Susan Dell Novotny Paula Hope Richardson Claudette F. Riley
Garry G. MCYCI William Shearin Montgomery Richard Morris
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Charles R. Burchett
Bob L. Cochran
Wayne A. Coleman
Tom E. Looney
Cary G. Meyer
William R. Rhyne
Clark M. Roberts
William B. Cowan
Donald W. Freeman
Hugh S. Guthrie
Jerre R. Haskew
Frank L. Hendrix
Henry W. Hope
Charles R. Hoskins
Robert S. Hutchison
John E. Irby
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Omicron Delta Kappa was founded on December 3, 1914, at Washington
and Lee University. The founders set forth the threefold purpose of assem-
bling all-around leadershipin college life and bringing together the faculty
and students on a basis of mutual interest and understanding. This was based
on the tradition of idealism and leadership of George Washington and Robert
The qualifications of Omicron Delta Kappa are leadership and service,
character, fellowship, scholarship and consecration to democratic ideals.
Particular emphasis is placed on achievement in scholarship, publication,
athletics, social, and religious affairs and the line arts.
CMICRO DELTAK PPA
Joe D. Ashley
Wayne A. Coleman
joe C. Cook
William B. Cowan, Jr.
John R. Crouch
Harry G. Forbes, jr.
Donald W. Freeman
Sam L. Furrow
Joe B. Gorman
Jerre R. Haskew
James L. Herbert
Henry W. Hope
John E. Irby
Lowry F. Kline
Thomas E. Looney
Gary G. Meyer
J. Michael Nardo
Clarence L. Partain
James L. Passmore
Robert K. Reel, Jr.
William N . Robinson, Jr
F. Don Smith
M. Benton Smith
Michael H. Sutton
Martha Fair Dempster
Sandra Lee Dove
Ann Carole Heldemian
Betty Ann Lowe
Mortar Board was founded as a national womenis society in 1918. Inde-
pendent women's honor societies met at that time and decided that their
goal of meeting the needs of student leadership for their campuses could
better be accomplished by working together and comparing standards.
Mortar Board is a senior women's organization recognizing outstanding
scholarship, leadership, and service. The purpose for both the national and
local organizations is "to provide for cooperation between societies, to pro-
mote college loyalty, to advance the spirit of service and fellowship among
university women, to maintain a high standard of scholarship, to recognize
and encourage leadership, and to stimulate and develop a finer type of college
VIRGINIA LANE MADDUX
,IERELYNE PATRICIA WADE
BILLIE JANE WALLER
MARTHA FAIR DEMPSTER
Lucinda Genevieve Long
Virginia Lane Maddux
Mary Ann McGuire
Paula Hope Richardson
Beverly Joan Short
Charlotte Austelle Sims
Linda Alden Swanson
Laura Elizabeth Taylor
Jerelyne Patricia Wade
Billie Jane Waller
Sandra Marie Wyatt
Tony Wray Armstrong
Fred W. Brown, Jr.
Robert Lynn Carringer
Kenneth Joseph Davis
Roger Leon Davis
David Andrew Dycus
Judy Gail Edenfield
Paul White Emery, II
Warren Lee Franz
Mack Aleene Goddard
The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi traces its origin to the University
of Maine in the year 1897. In 1900 the society expanded to other campuses
because of the work of three college presidents, one of whom was C. W. Dab-
ney of the University of Tennessee.
Members who are elected are students whose scholarship has been truly
outstanding. Provisions exist for the election of faculty members and of
graduate students whose work merits recognition.
The philosophy of Phi Kappa Phi is to recognize those who have excelled
in order to inspire others. It also exhibits the belief that scholarship is not
limited to one field of endeavor but should be universal.
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PHI KAPPA PHI
Donald Allen fiustavson
james Edward Hiegel
Agnes Selena Howell
Leslie Mallory Jeffress
Patricia T. H. Keene
Frederick Jacob Keller
Lynda McClanahan Kennedy
Martha Jane Lynch
Fred Richard Mynatt
Bertha Jean Neville fMrs
James Millard Oliphant
Joseph Raymond Parrish r
Clarence Leon Partain
Ardis Virginia Hunter RIIICDDCFIQ
Jerry jaynes Swanks
Hal Winslow Taylor
Prentice Neil Ursery
james Nlanning Weir
Alpha Lambda Delta is a national fraternity for women who have main-
tained a 3.5 average during their freshman year. Founded at the University
of Illinois in 1924, Alpha Lambda Delta has since that time developed in'to
104 active state chapters.
The two primary purposes of the fraternity are to promote intellectual
living, with an increased appreciation for both the love of study and the
cultural phases, and to encourage superior scholarship among freshmen
Each year the chapter at Tennessee gives a Senior Award to those women
who have maintained a 3.5 average for four years. A book is presented to the
girl who graduates with the highest scholastic average.
ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA
Shirley Virginia Hunter
Ester Striner Joffe
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KITTY ROBERTS President
ELISABETH SHAFER Vice-President
JOAN WORTH Secretary
LINDA JENKINS Treasurer
FRANCES ANN LAYCOCK Scholarship Chairman
Frances Ann Laycock
Sharon Sue Parish
Carolyn Gay Rayder
Mary Jean Russell
Patricia Carol Sivert
Charles S. Aplin, Jr.
James C. Armstrong
William F. Boone
Robert W. Brandon
Joseph C. Broome
Gerald R. Burns
Thomas V. Byerley
Kenneth R. Carr
Robert L. Carringer
Franklin S. Chance
John H. Claiborne
H. Kyle Collins, Jr.
Richard L. Cox
Stephen S. Cristy
William K. Crowley
Robert L. Davis
William N. Dawson
David D. Dayton, III
George M. Derryberry
Frederick D. Dickey
Melvin L. Elson
Richard L. Frye
Joseph B. Gorman
Michael E. Goza
James W. Harrison
Robert S. Hines
David F. Howell
Charles I. Huddleston
Edward T. Jurgens
Howard T. Kerr
James H. Kerr
HARRY G. FORBES, JR.
LARRY D. PARTAIN
RICHARD J. MORRIS
DALTON L. TOWNSEND
DEAN CHARLES R. BURCHETT
ohn M. Nardo
Joseph R. Parrish
Max R. Parrish
Joseph R. Penland
Randall D. Peters
Richard W. Poe
Thomas R. Puryear
William M. Robinson,
Frank E. Scarbrough
Thomas Allan Scott
Curtis A. Siller, Jr.
David V. Smith
Ralph A. Smith
Forrest D. Stewart
Michael H. Sutton
ames T. Tankersley
Robert M. Tate
Garland S. Teague, Jr.
Nathan R. Thach, Jr.
PHI ETA SIGMA
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William L. Kilpatrick
Lowry F. Kline
James S. Kyker
Felix B. Laughlin
Stephen C. Leibfried
Donald H. Martin
Kenneth D. McCasland
Daniel L. McCord
J. Dickson McLean
Ronald B. Michaels
Stephen T. Thornton
Mahlon L. Townsend
Richard P. Tucker
Russell H. Vandevelde, I
William E. Wade, Jr.
Don G. Wallace
Harold C. Warner, Jr.
James M. Weir
Hubert L. Whaley
Kenneth O. Wilmouth
TAU BET PI
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ROBERT H. NAGEL
WILLIAM M. ROBINSON, JR.
C. LEON PARTAIN
JOHN 1-3. IRBY
Honorable P. T.
First Row, Left to Right: Richard Morris, Richard Cox, Randall D. Peters, jim Hiegel, John
C. Crouse. Second Row: Lawrence B. Haskin, James M. Oliphant, Floyd D. Free, Glen E. Burt,
Richard V. Brooks. Third Row: Ted R. Witt, E. Carl Shreve, C. Leon Partain, Ronnie W.
Cochran, Victor Young. Fourth Row: Sioma Zaczepinski, David Farrow, David R. Sutliff,
Franklin H. Henley, N. R. Thach, Jr. Fifth Row: Bill Robinson, John E. Irby.
Tau Beta Pi was founded at Lehigh University in 1885
by Dr. E. H. Williams to offer deserving students in the Held
of engineering an honor comparable to that offered by Phi
Beta Kappa in the Held of Liberal Arts. There are now l09
chapters in technical schools throughout the United States.
Since its founding Tau Beta Pi has initiated over 102,000
members, becoming the largest engineering organization in
the world. Undergraduate membership is restricted to stu-
dents ranking in the upper fifth of the senior engineering
class or the upper eighth of the junior class. In addition to
the scholarship requirements, members must meet the chap-
ter,s standards of integrity, breadth of interest both in and
outside of engineering, adaptability, and unselfish activity.
The purpose of the society, as stated in the constitution.
is Hto mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred
honor on their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship
and exemplary character as undergraduates in engineering,
or by their attainments as alumni in the field of engineering,
and to foster a spirit of liberal culturef,
Tennessee Alpha Chapter has been outstanding since its
installment in 1929. Major activities on the local chapter
level consist of many college-service projects such as awards
to outstanding upper-classmen, student tutoring, faculty
rating, lectureships, and social events. At the national level,
the most outstanding activities are the graduate fellowship
and the student loan program.
The University of Tennessee is the location of the frater-
nity's national headquarters.
'62-'63 oflicers for Tau Beta Pi and their Advisor make plans for initiation
Hopeful initiates Larry Haskin, John Crouse, and Kenneth Gault polish the Tau Beta Pi
bent as Dean A. T. Granger looks on.
BETA GAMMA SIGMA
First Row, Right to Left: John W. Myers, Jammie Roberson, Car-
olyn Trusler, Treasurer, Mary 'Io Sutton, Frank B. Ward, Brenda
Krauss, Katherina Lingerfelt, Stephen Cash. Second Row: David
S. Chambers, Advisor, William T. Chaffin, Charles Thigpen, B.
Douglas Stone, Jr., Barbara L. Short, David A. Dycus, President,
James C. Cotham, Ronald H. Wolf.
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Omicron Nu is a national honor society for stu-
dents in Home Economics. It was founded at
Michigan State College in 1912. Alpha Epsilon
Chapter of the University of Tennessee was or-
ganized in 1935. Each year Alpha Epsilon Chapter
awards a scholarship to a home-economics student
who has maintained an excellent academic record
during her Hrst two years at the University.
The program of activities of Omicron Nu em-
phasizes its purpose-the promotion of scholarship,
leadership, and research as our part in the world-
wide home-economics movement. The members
are chosen from students who have maintained a
3.0 average, or above, in all subjects for which
credit is given and who regularly assume other
Beta Gamma Sigma, the national honorary fra-
ternity in business administration and commerce,
was established on February 26, 1913, and is cur-
rently observing its 50th anniversary. To be eligible
for election to this fraternity, a student must rank
in the upper four percent of the junior class, upper
ten percent of the senior class or the upper twenty
percent of the graduate class. Beta Gamma Sigma
promotes the advancement of education in the sci-
ence of business, encourages scholarship and ac-
complishment in the field of business studies and
fosters the principles of integrity and honesty in
business practice. The Alpha Chapter located at
the University of Tennessee was founded in 1947.
responsibilities in addition to their academic
Seated, Left to Right: Mary Helen Whitson, Piadada Carvalho,
Helen Taylor, Vina Viravaidhya. First Row: Sonja Parker, Presi-
dent, Jane Butler, Mary Nobel, Secretary, Peggy McLaughlin,
Editorg Lolly Taylor, Judy Edenfield, Joan Erwin, Phyllis Hawkins.
Second Row: Roberta Barnes, Eloise Lakin, Katie Varnell, Treas-
urerg Anne Helderman, Bonnie Safley, Barbara Millsaps, Vice-
Presidentg Joanne Melford, Linda Eason, Mary Winn, Frances
ETA K PPA N
Eta Kappa Nu, the National Electrical Engineer-
ing honorary, was founded in 1904 at the Univer-
sity of Illinois. Its purpose is to recognize those in
the electrical-engineering profession who by their
attainments, either in college or in practice, have
manifested a deep interest and marked abilitv in
the profession. This organization, composed of the
top students in engineering, serves as a constructive
force in performing various projects for the benefit
of all engineering students. The members take an
active part in all phases of engineering interest.
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First Row, Left to Right: Joe C. Plunk, Jerry A. Reagan, David
R. Sutliff Corresponding Secretary, Floyd D. Free, Treasurer,
First Row, Left to Right: Terry Weakley, Robert Baxter, Kenneth
Gault, Corresponding Secretaryg John Irby, Bob Daniel, James
Fisher, Herman F. Kaisch, H. Kyle Collins. Second Row: Charles
Nelson, Larry Smith, GharleslAplin, Richard Cushing, Marc Hailey,
Jay Noe, Lawrence Haskin, Correspondent. Third Row: Billy May-
berry, Charles Edwards, Ken Harrison, John Crouse, Bobby Miller,
Bruce Dean. Fourth Row: Kenneth McPeak, Tom Barnett, Robert
Smith, Treasurer: James Oliphant, Secretary. Fifth Row: Dr. G. W.
Hofiiman, Ed Rec-dy, President: Bill Clark, Allan Ledbetten, Vice-
Presidentg Bill Kilpatrick, J. L. Arowood.
Chi Epsilon, the national honorary for Civil En-
gineering students, was founded at the University
of Illinois on May 20, 1922. The purpose of the
honorary is to place a mark of distinction upon the
civil-engineering student who exemplifies the four
traits of the successful engineer: scholarship, char-
acter, practicality, and sociability. In order to be
selected as a member of Chi Epsilon a student must
have maintained an average grade in the upper
one-third of his class.
John M. ijohns, John C. Tucker, Glenn R. Humphrey, Charles
Sutton. Second Row: William B. Blackmon, Ronald R. Williams,
Vice-President, Danny L. Reed, Paula Richardson, Secretary, Har-
vey Marcom, President, Franklin H. Henley, James L. Smithey.
Not Pictured: Newton Perry, Frank Merry, Jerry Hyde, Ross
Green, David Adams.
PHI U ALPHA
Seated, Left to Right: John Rainwater, William K. Crowley, Roger
Rhodes, Presidentg Gurth Baron, Vice-President, Ernest C. Hold-
redge, Treasurer. Standing: Robert McDonald, Harry Miller, John
Abel, Tom Budniak, .lim Brimer.
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Sigma Delta Pi is a national honorary fraternity
whose purpose is to study and create interest in the
Spanish culture and language. In addition, the
organization rewards those who have shown special
achievement in the area. Founded in 1919 at the
University of California in Berkeley, Sigma Delta
Pi has expanded until there are over one hundred
chapters at the present time. The local chapter,
Alpha Psi, received its charter in 1944.
SIGMA DELTA PI
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a professional-honon
ary fraternity for men united by their common
interest in music. It was established on October 6,
1898, at the New England Conservatory of Music
in Boston, Massachusetts. There are now approxi-
mately 2O0 chapters throughout the United States.
The objectives of the fraternity are to advance
the cause of music in America, to foster the mutual
welfare and brotherhood of students of music, to
develop the truest fraternal spirit among its mem-
bers, and to encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater.
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Seated, Left to Right: Carole Adam, Sponsor, Anna Haslbauer,
Lucile Ownbey, Secretary, James O. Swain, National Executive
Secretaryg Bette Stubbs, Sandra Vaughn, Elizabeth Dooley. Stand-
ing: Robert Avrett, Susan Harry, Teodoro Ferrer, Marilyn Landers,
Vice-President, Nancy Maples, Gerald E. Wade, Jerome P. Harper,
P1 I ambda rl hcta is an honol ai y and profession tl
Selttd Left to Right Helen llenry, 'lircasurerg Helen Starclt. Cor-
responding Sctrtt try lNIattie Gampen. Vice-Presidentil,lnne John-
ston Prtstdent lNorene Bogart, Eugenia lhillllltllll. Advisor: Kiinnie
M. C nmich tel Rc c ordmg Secretary. First Row: Maryon M. Glonts,
Stella Hodge, Nlberta Lowe, Iuliactte Iones, Ilene Brown, Xvonne
l PI LAMBDA THETA association for women in tdueation, Some of its
purposes are to: recognize women of superior
achievement, foster creativity at all educational
levels, support the function of education in a
democracy, stimulate research, contribute to the
solution of educational problems, and promote pro-
To qualify for membership a student shall be
enrolled in a College of Education, or majoring in
education courses leading to certification: shall
have an academic standing of 3.2 on the under-
graduate level and a 3.5 on the graduate level:
shall be reconnuended for ineinbership by '3 faculty
members and two active nu-ntbers of Pi Lambda
For membership, a faculty member shall meet
the same general qualihcations for membership as
student members, and be actively engaged in giving
courses for teachers. She shall be recommended for
membership by two active nternbers of Pi Lambda
. Sharp, Patricia Hunter. Joyce Jones. Second
Row: Anna Mae ll. Rector. Dorothy E. Ryan, Irene Cobb, Kath-
First Row, Left to Right: Dr. S. A. Griffin. Advisor jerry Burnette,
Historian: John Kupcho, Treasurer: John Crouch. Chancellor: ,lint
Passmorc. Gt-nsor1 Jim Benson, Scribe: J. Wm. Cole, Advisor. Sec-
ond Row: Arnold Skelton. Charles Gregory. Joe WV. McLeary. Joel
A, Collins. Xvillilllll E. Mtffurry. Jaines B. Stansbury, Albert Carr.
Danny Laster. Charles Burgess. Third Row: Roy Scarbrough, Steve
Gates. Rex Kimbro. Fld Lawson. .Iiin Brown, Burgess F. Guinn.
Don O. Shadow. Lawrence .-X. Ramsey. Randel P. Burns Fourth
Row: Jim lVilson, john llousley, .lohn Keller, Ben NVilson. Elmo
Lunn. Gene Withrow. Don Warmbrod, jackson Huskcy. Fifth Row:
YVilliam D. Ledford. Ray lVilson. Not Pictured: Advisor F. F. Bell.
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Alpha Zeta is an honorary agricultural fraternity
for juniors and seniors. Nientbership is by invitation
only and students must be in the upper forty per
cent of their class and have completed hve quarters
in the College of Agriculture in order to qualify.
Each year an Alpha Zeta "outstanding fresh-
man" and Houtstanding sophomores' are chosen.
lnitiations with their inevitable humorous antics
gives the campus a chance to know the fraternity
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Head Coach and Athletic Director Administrative Assistant to the Athletic Director
TENNESSEE COACHING STAFF--First Row, Left to Right:
Ralph Chancey, John Bailey, Head Coach Bowden Wyatt, George
Cafego, and Dale Haupt. Second Row: Trainer Micky O,Brien,
John Mauer, Jim McDonald, Harvey Robinson, and Bob Woodruff.
THE 1962 OLUNTEERS
PAUL TILSON PAT AUGUSTINE
Alternate Captain Captain
65 MISSISSIPPI STATE
05 GEORGIA TECH
235 WAKE FOREST
1962 TENNESSEE FOOTBALL ROSTER
Bobby Morton TB
Mallon Faircloth TB
Bill Hammond RT
Pat Canini FB
Larry Watson TB
Don Henson WB
Wayne Waff WB
Frank Canale WB
Lou Moran LE
George Shuford KS
George Canale TB
Sam Robertson BB
Ned Rambo BB
Ken Honea BB
Pat Kelly WB
Pat Augustine RE
Ken Pritchard RE
Gene Tedford WB
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SECOND ONE POINTER
Memphis, Tenn.-October 6, 1962-Aroused Mississippi
State thwarted a rare Tennessee attempt at a two-point
conversion and beat the Vols 7 to 6 before 23,013 fans here
today. It was the first time since 1955 that the Bulldogs
have beaten the Vols, and it was the second straight one-
point loss for Tennessee. Showing much improvement on
pass defense, the Vols fumbled 5 times which proved costly.
Faircloth scored in the fourth quarter on a 2-yard burst
through the State defenses. Trying for a would-be 2-point
winning conversion, a pass from Faircloth to Coleman fell
harmlessly on the Crump Stadium turf. Linebackers Pat
Downey and Ed Beard, and fullbacks Jimmy Sullivan and
Ray Dalton received praise from Coach Wyatt after the
Vols' Faircloth tosses 12-yard TD pass to Wall' as Tigers close in
Faircloth intercepts a State pass to end a threat at the Vol 4-yard
TIGERS NIP VOLS
IN SEE-SAW BATTLE
Birmingham, Ala.-September 29, 1962-In a replica of
the 1961 game, Auburn gave Tennessee a pair of touch-
downs, then surged from behind twice to win a tingling
22-to-21 victory before 48,000 people here today. Kicking
specialist Woody Woodall and Auburn passers were the two
main factors in contributing to the Tiger victory. Vol touch-
downs were scored by Foxall as he recovered a fumble in
the end zone, Wall on a 12-yard pass from Faircloth, and
Hudson on a 13-yard pass from Canale. Shuford converted
all 3 extra points. Scoring for the Plainsmen were Woodall
on a field goal and 1 extra point, Laster Q2 touchdownsj,
and Simpson on a 6-yard pass from Sidle. Outstanding for
the Vols were DeLong, Evey, Williams, Beard, and Downey.
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TECH WRECKS VOLS
Atlanta, Ga.-October 13, 1962fBilly Lothridge ran,
passed, and kicked Georgia Tech to a bruising 17 to O vic-
tory before 52,223 fans. The score does not actually describe
the game that this one developed into. The Vols passed well
on Tech with tailback lNayne Bush starring. It seemed that
the Vols lacked the knockout punch with Tennessee drives
ending on Tech's 22, 2, and 10-yard lines. One Tennessee
touchdown was nullified because the TD pass was caught
out of the jacket end zone. Tech's great quarterback, Billy
Lothridge, had a hand in every point on the scoreboard at
the game's end. Mr. Lothridge ran one touchdown, passed
to Martin for another, kicked a Held goal, and kicked both
extra points! Aside from Bush, Vols Sullivan, Paty and Waff
turned in exceptional performances.
A lotta Lothridge!
Morton gets away a pass despite onrushing Tide defenders
THE TIDE DOES IT AGAIN
Knoxville-October 20, 1962-Alabama handed Tennes-
see its fourth straight loss here 27 to 7 before 44,700 specta-
tors and millions of others on TV. On the ground, the Vols
stopped the nation's number-1 team cold, but the Crimson
Tide broke the Orangemenis back on long passes. It was
the first time Bear Bryant, Alabama's coach, had ever won
in Knoxville. Tennessee's only score came on a 6-yard pass
from Morton to Ensley, and Shuford converted.
An example of how the Vols dominated the ground game
can be seen by a look at the statistics. Tennessee gained 187
yards on the ground to Alabama's 76, and the Vols had a
14-to-9 edge in the First downsg but the Tidels 168 yards
passing and 4 interceptions provided the difference. Scoring
for the Crimson Tide was by the following: Davis kicked 2
field goals, Nelson on a 35-yard pass from Namath, and 20-
yard pass from Hurlbut, and another touchdown by Clark.
The win extended Alabama's undefeated string to 23
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Knoxville-October 27, 1962-Tennessee crashed into
the victory circle today, beating the Moccasins of Chatta-
nooga 48-14. The Fired-up Vols amassed a near-record 543
yards on offense as George Canale, Frank Musgrave, and
Jimmy Sullivan starred in the fullback position. With the
score tied 14 to 14 at halftime, the Vols exploded into a
scoring frenzy after the intermission. Touchdowns were
scored by Paty on a 12-yard run,-Waff on a 10-yard pass
from Faircloth, George Canale on a 49-yard run, Sullivan
on a 2-yard burst, Tanara on a 28-yard pass from Morton,
Bush on a 9-yard run, and Musgrave on a 19-yard run. The
2 Moc touchdowns were scored by Ron Whaley.
Besides the fullbacks, outstanding performances were
turned in by Tanara, Zvolerin, DeLong, Foxall, and Paty.
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Knoxville-November 3, 1962-Tennessee sealed tight a
porous pass defense and turned it into a 23-to-0 victory over
Wake Forest here today. The Vols aerial blockade stopped
blufhng and became the number-1 weapon, producing 6
interceptions and 2 touchdowns. Lightning struck twice in
the second quarter when Morton scored on a 12-yard run,
and 43 seconds later, Jerry Gowdy intercepted a pass and
scarnpered 52 yards to score. Other scoring was a 22-yard
field goal by Shufliord and 27-yard touchdown run on a pass
interception by Faircloth. Receiving praise from head coach
YVyatt was Jerry Gowdy, Bobby Morton, and Jerry Ensley.
The 6 pass interceptions tied the Tennessee all-time record
set in 1945 when the Vols speared 6 Villanova stray aerials.
Vols block Deacon field goal attempt!
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VOLS PLUG TULANES
Knoxville-November 10, 1962-Tennessee beat Tulane
28-16 here today in a strange and mysterious, but quite
exciting, football game. The Vols, obviously pointing to the
next week's homecoming clash with Ole Miss, committed
enough mistakes to lose most games. They fumbled 5 times
with 3 ending up in the Greenies, hands. They compiled
103 yards in penalties and let Tulane complete 24 out of
36 passes, gaining a total of 291 yards. But the Greenies
couldn't come close to matching muscles down around the
goal. Scoring for the Vols were Canale, Sullivan, Paty, and
Waff. Above-average performances were turned in by Ca-
nale, Ensley, Hudson, Honea, DeMelfi, and Downey.
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Knoxville-November 17, 1962-Mississippi used a 52-
yard opening-play sprint and a 100-yard return of an inter-
cepted pass to give the Rebels a 19-6 victory over a gallant
Tennessee team in a muddy battle before 37,166 rain-
spattered spectators here today. The hammer-and-tongs
thriller, broken open by Louis Guy's record-equalling, goal-
to-goal touchdown dash in the third quarter, was marred
by one of the wildest fist-swinging duels ever seen on
Shields-Watkins field. Fists began to Hy almost immediately
after Bobby Morton threw a 16-yard Vol touchdown pass
to John Hudson with 5 minutes and 11 seconds remaining
to play. The Vols, play against the Rebels likely would
have defeated Alabama, Auburn, or Mississippi State.
"But we can't leave, it's Homecoming."
Knoxville-November 24, 1962-In one last desperate
attempt to salvage something from a poor season, Ken-
tucky,s Clarkie Mayheld kicked a 19-yard field goal in the
last 16 seconds to give the fired-up Wildcats a 12-to-0
victory. It was all the more heartbreaking for Tennessee
because, with 8:55 left to play, Kentucky had scored and
then failed in a daring gamble for the 2-point conversion,
which left the Cats trailing 10-9. Then came a frantic 81-
yard drive by the Wildcats, who ran out of downs at the
Vol two-yard line. Mayfield then split the uprights with 16
seconds remaining to play for the winning margin.
The only Vol score, a one-yard plunge by George Canale,
was set up when Tennessee end John Hudson picked OH a
Woolum pass at the Vol 23, and raced 76 yards before being
hauled down. Hudson made it to the end zone, but an
official ruled that Hudson's knee had touched the ground
at the one. In addition to Canale's touchdown, Shuford
booted a 25-yard field goal in the first quarter. Scoring for
Kentucky were Cox on a 58-yard pass from Woolum and
Mayfield on a 36-yard field goal and the 19-yard game-
winner. Having a fine defensive day for the Vols were Paty,
Brown, and Williams.
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Partly due to the below-average football season, the
student body welcomed the basketball season with much
enthusiasm. Under the direction of a new basketball coach-
ing staff, the "new', Vols gave the students many thrilling
moments with something to cheer about. New Coach Mears
had to look to sophomores and former junior college student
Danny Schultz for help to pump new life into a Vol basket-
ball machine that won only 4 of 23 games last season.
The brightest prospects among the newcomers were left
wingman A. NV. Davis and center Bobby Hogsett. Both
Davis and Hogsett are Tennessee nativesg and they were
both considered the top high-school players to come out
of Tennessee in several years. Schultz was tabbed for duty
at the play-making point position. Another newcomer, Pat
Robinette, also contributed much as the season progressed.
Along with the players up from the freshman squad and
transfers, a nucleus of returning lettermen were on hand
to provide the necessary experience. Among them were Orb
Bowling, Tommy Wilson, Sid Elliott and jerry Parker.
On the dark side of the ledger, Head Coach Mears was
struck down by sickness with the season barely two weeks
oldg and starting center Orb Bowling fractured his foot
midway through the season. Assistant Coach Gibbs took
over the Head Coach duties and did a creditable job, as
did Bobby Hogsett who took over Bowling's position.
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Tommy Wilson. Standing: Head Coach Ray Mears, Assistant Coach Coach Tommy Bartlett.
TENNESSEE 5 East Tennessee State 52 TENNESSEE L.S.U. 61 OT
TENNESSEE g Rice 52 TENNESSEE Kentucky 69 OT
TENNESSEE Xavier 48 TENNESSEE Georgia Tech 73
TENNESSEE Sewanee 45 TENNESSEE Georgia 65
TENNESSEE The Citadel 56 TENNESSEE Florida 84
TENNESSEE Missouri 54 TENNESSEE Mississippi State 63
TENNESSEE Evansville 68 TENNESSEE Nlississippi 83
TENNESSEE Texas Western 77 TENNESSEE Vanderbilt 7,1 OT
TENNESSEE Denver 58 TENNESSEE Georgia rll z'c' h 72
TENNESSEE Florida State 65 TENNESSEE Alahaina 60
TENNESSEE Vanderbilt 68 TENNESSEE Aulwurn 47
TENNESSEE Tulane 70 TENNESSEE Kentucky 55
Davis deflects a Georgia tip
The Vols started the 1962-63 basketball season by win-
ning five consecutive home games. This winning streak
surpassed last yearas total number of victories. The victory
spurt began on December 1 when the Vols edged out East
Tennessee State by a score of 65-52. Next, Rice invaded
the fieldhouse and came out on the short end of a 75-52
score. In the big game preceding the Christmas holidays,
the Vols chewed up Xavier to the tune of 63-48. After
consecutive victories over Sewanee and The Citadel in
Knoxville, the Vols journeyed north to suffer their Hrst
defeat at the hands of Missouri during which the Vols were
leading until the Hnal seconds. After a loss to Evansville,
the team participated in the Sun Carnival Tournament
at El Paso, Texas. The Orangemen dropped their Hrst
game to Texas Western and won third place in the tourney
by defeating Denver 59-58.
A. W. clears the boards as Vandy's Scott assists Elliott off
Schultz drives past VU's Russell as Vandy's Billips looks on in Nashville
After the holidays, the Vols returned to the fieldhouse
to ekc out a victory over tough Florida State. The SEG
wars began on a bad foot. Tennessee dropped the Hrst de-
cision to the rival Commodores of Vanderbilt. The Gibbs-
men then evened the slate by defeating Tulane in New
Orleans, losing on the next night to L.S.U. by one point
in an overtime. Then the BIG ONE! The Vols battled back
from a 16-point deficit to upset Rupp's Wfildeats of Ken-
tucky in Lexington. Heartbreaking losses to Georgia Tech,
Mississippi State, and Vandy, all by less than Five points,
would have broken most teams, spirits. Yet the determined
Volunteers never gave up as evidenced by their romps over
Georgia, favored Alabama, and league-leading Auburn!
The high-flying Vols!
Two points for Schultz: one foul shot for the Tide's Andrews
Boosting spirit, rooting for the team in victory or defeat, and
leading in all sports activities, the Vol cheerleaders have proven to
be a valuable asset to the student body.
Selected each spring and sponsored by the Adawayhi Pep Club,
the cheerleaders work hard to develop school spirit. The cheerleaders
attend all of the football games, whether away or home, and cheer
at all home basketball games. This year they cheered at some of the
away basketball games too.
VOL CHEERLEADERS-First Row, Left to Right: Tommy Leek, Pete Von
Elton, Chuck Dych, Terry Smith, and Charlie Baker. Second Row: Linda
May, Sally Plunkett, Janet Stanford, Wallene Threadgill, and Sue Novotny.
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Henley. Second Row: Sammons, Bishop, Wells, Horner, Shuford, Herbert, Thompson, Walker, Jobe, South, House.
The baseball team, under Coaches George Cafego and
Bill Wright, iinished the 1962 season with a 14-12 record.
Although the Vols started slowly, they gained momentum
as the season progressed, closing with a nine-game winning
streak. The string included five wins over Vanderbilt and
a double-header from arch-rival Kentucky. The team, led
by the hitting of Johnny Maddox, Ken Hudgens and George
Shuford, and with the slick glove-work of shortstop Lynn
Johnson, posted the first winning season for the baseball
Vols in several years. Jim Herbert had the top pitching
record Q5-2j, including an impressive three-hit victory over
highly-ranked Auburn. Maddox led the Vols' hitting with
a .317 average. With returning standouts Maddox, Hud-
gens, and Herbert, the Vols can look forward to another
Horner races to first on a close one
Spann anchors winning relay
First Row: Simmons, Bailey, Spann, Russell, Register. Second Row:
Evey, Watson, Hendricks CCaptainl, Moss, Gowdy.
The Vol thinclads posted a 4-1 record in 1962. They
were led through the successful season by Captain Steve
Hendricks, and hurdler-weightman Herschel Bailey. The
Vols lost to Vanderbilt, then followed the loss with victor-
ies over East Tennessee State, Southwestern, Kentucky, and
Georgia. Ralph Patterson was Coach and after he left for
a coaching job in Florida in the spring, Chuck Rohe of
Furman was hired.
Rohe immediately started pumping new life into the
track program, and his dynamic personality, coupled with
an excellent record at Furman, aided him in a vigorous
recruiting program which increased the squad to 45. With
an outstanding group of sophomores up from the freshman
team, the Vol trackmen can look forward to a successful
Olsen slams in a point
The Volunteer Tennis Team, guided by Coach Duane
Bruley, posted a 7-7 record for the 1962 net campaign. The
netters defeated Tennessee Wesleyan, L. M. U., Carson-
Newman, Jefferson City and M. T. S. C., but failed to
win an S. E. C. match. The Vols made their best S. E. C.
showing against Georgia Tech and Kentucky, losing by
only 3M-SM, and 5-4. These were the last two matches of
the 1962 season and showed the results of months of hard
All of this year's team will return for next springls season
and hopes for the year are optimistic as there will be
several new faces available from the freshman team.
Captain David Arwood and Carl fBoboj Olson were
the outstanding players of the year, Olsen winning a match
in the conference tournament.
Coach Tommy Bartlett returned from the University of
Chattanooga to his Alma Mater this year, and will be coach-
ing the netters in addition to his duties as freshman basket-
First Row: McGui Connelly, King, Stanley. Second Row: Bruley CCoachJ, Runk, Arwood
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Coach Lloyd Foree's golfers had a 6-3-1 record for the
1962 season, defeating East Tennessee State, Cumberland,
Vanderbilt and Kentucky, among others. They tied always-
tough Georgia Tech. The most impressive win for the links-
men was a 27-0 shutout over Cumberland.
The Vols played their home matches on the Deane Hills
Country Club course, where Foree is the professional. Main-
stays on the team were Dave Bingaman, Mark Harris, Jim
Overlin and Ray Neil. Overlin, Neil, Foster, and upcoming
freshman Shan Smith will form the nucleus for next year's
Left to Right: Foree fCoachJ, Foster, Harris, Bingaman fCaptainJ
Neil, Overlain, Pettit.
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Boys' intramurals at Tennessee are divided into two
groups: The Orange League and the Wlhite League. The
lVhite League is made up of the larger fraternities. Intra-
murals got off to a fast start in the fall with such sports as
shuffleboard, tennis, swimming and volleyball. Sigma Nu
has been dominating the Orange League and Sigma Chi has
been leading in the White League. XVith bowling, basket-
ball, ping pong, badminton and indoor relays well under
way in the winter quarter, and track, softball and horse-
shoes approaching in the spring. the fast and interesting
events will continue as the fraternities compete for all the
important trophies and points that will be awarded the
The Girls' Intramurals at U-T are composed of the
sororities, ISA and Phi Eta Tau. Fall quarter started with
such events as volleyball, swimming and ping pong, with
each of these groups out to beat last yt-ar's winner and cur-
rent leader, Chi Omega. Action will be fast and entertaining
as these groups strive to obtain the trophies and awards
that are presented for each of the events.
Fijis return the serve
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Kappa Sig's Thompson goes high in the air as the Sigs prepare to defend
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The Panhellenic Council of the University of Tennessee
is an advisory committee composed of two representatives
from each of the Hfteen sororities on campus and the presi-
dents of these sororities. One representative serves in an
advisory capacity while the other votes on all business. The
purpose of the Panhellenic Council is to cooperate with
college authorities in maintaining high social and scholastic
standards, to be a form of discussion, and to maintain closer
The Council governs all regulations for rush procedures
and any other questions or functions involving a vote of
discussion of all sororities. The Panhellenic Council spon-
sors the work of the Junior Panhellenic Council, which is
composed of representatives of the sorority pledge classes.
Panhellenic also sponsors a vocational clinic for Freshmen
Alpha Epsilon Phi
Susan Busch, Susan Finer
Alpha Chi Omega
Carolyn Head, Marilyn Morgan
Alpha Delta Pi
Carol Koella, Becky Garner
Alpha Gamma Delta
Minga Bohlmann, Margaret Salyer
Alpha Xi Delta
Beverly Bushore, Carolyn Lefliel
Alpha Omicron Pi
Susan Locklear, Paula MeCaslin
Diane Crow, Peggy Register
Delta Delta Delta
Pat Blurton, Elisabeth Shafer
Sandy Cudd, Judy Thirloway
Jayne Tigert, Gail Y'Vatcrs
Ann Chandler, Judy Lowe
Jill Bettis, Donna Tippit
Pi Beta Phi
Phyllis Gifford, Sue Ogdin
Gail Dixon, Linda Sue Howell
Zeta Tau Alpha
Judy Falls, Linda I-Iundley
MARTHA FRAKES Presirivnt
APRIL GARDNER Vice-President
MARY JANE HARMON Secreiary
AMELIA THOMPSON Treasurer
PATSI KEALLY Rush Clzairnzart
CHARLENE HARB Assistant Rush Chairman
JANET PERRY Book Editor
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National founding: 1909 Barnard College
Local founding: 1943
Colors: green and white
Flower: Lily of the Valley
Number of chapters: 52
Left to Right: Shirley Fox, President: Susan Busch, ViceAPresidcnt,
Susan Finer, Seeretaryg Brenda Krauss, Treasurer.
ALPHA SIGMA CHAPTER
The 1962-63 year was a busy one for the AEf1P's at U.T.
Under the leadership of the officers, Alpha Sigma Chapter
carried out a lull program of activities. Our 1962 Spring
formal, '4Golden Fantasy," was held at C'est Bon, at which
time pledge newspapers were distributed. In lyfay, a
Mother's Day Tea was given for mothers, alumnae, and
patronesses of ABCD. Awards for the year were presented at
After a very successful rush for Fall Quarter, a workshop
was held in Gatlinburg to plan our activities for the coming
school year. Founders' Day was celebrated with a banquet
at the Holiday lnn. November came, and the pledges gave
the aetives a "backwards" party where fun was had by all.
December first found our annual holiday party in progress
complete with dinner, skits, and exchange of gifts. lYinter
Quarter began with a scholarship dinner honoring those
members with high scholastic averages.
During the Spring a national council meeting was held
in Knoxville with our national president attending. ln her
address to the chapter, we were reminded ol' our motto,
"lX'Iany hearts, one purpose," which A1-lflfs throughout the
country endeavor to uphold.
WVe were chosen most likely to . . .
Susan Busch, Susan Finer, Shir-
Sandra Horhenborg, Dorothy
Keilman, Nadine Kolick.
Brendan Krauss, Carolyn hianas,
Rhoda Schwartz, Susan Yagcr,
Matil Jacob, Marxann Sherman.
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National founding: 1885 DePauw University
Local founding: 1961
Colors: scarlet red and olive green
lflowerz Red Carnation
Number of chapters: 102
Top Row: Anna Haslbauer, First Vice-President: Marilyn Morgan,
Second Vice-President. Bottom Row: Barbara Millsaps, Recording
Secrctaryg Becky Hernbree, Presidentg Judy Malt-y, Treasurer.
Delta Pi Chapter has had an eventful second year on the
University of Tennessee campus. Une of our greatest thrills
was winning the third-place trophy in 1962 All Sing. Three
of our talented girls, the i'Alpha-Chordsj' who were Anna
Haslbaur, hlarilyn Leftwich, and Nikki Davis, were chosen
to sing in Carnicus.
Among the Alpha Chi's beauties who have received recog-
nition are Carol Gleim. a finalist in the 4SMiss Knoxville"
Contest: Gail Webb. who was chosen a Volunteer Beauty
and a Pike Calendar Girlg and Judy Vaughn, who was
chosen a Vol beauty,
Alpha Chi Omega has enjoyed several social events dur-
ing 1962-63. At the beginning of the year. our formal was
held at Beayer Brook Country Club. Later we enjoyed a
houseparty in Gatlinburg. ite had fun ice-skating. or learn-
ing how. and we had entertaimnent and skits by the aetiyes
and pledges. Another houseparty was held this fall. But
there was work toofin scholarship. Marilyn Leftwich won
the 'l'ri-Delta scholarship award. A Rush 1Vorkshop was
also held this fall. The time was spent in practicing skits
and making other preparations for rush,
Our convention was held in Rliami, Florida. in June. lt
was attended by M1's. Ruth Burton, our chapter advisor,
and our president, Becky Hembree. Delta Pi was presented
by National with the "Rushing Awardfi
D0n't strain yourself!
Mary Jane Abernathy, Billic
Armstrong, Carolyn Baker, Fran
Bartelrne, Carol Bean, Nancy
Sarah Bible, Blake Birdwell,
Bobbie Buckingham, Linda Car-
mack, Carole Childs, Cathy
Nikki Davis, Jana Dickey, Kar-
en Dickey, Sarah Ditmore, Nan-
cy Farmer, Mary Fetzer.
Elaine Greer, Patsy Griffin,
Mary Gunn, Deva Harris, San-
dy Harris, Anna Haslbauer.
Lynne Haubenreich, Carolyn
Head, Becky Hembree, Judy
Henry, Leslie Hever, Marie
Betty Honeycutt, Barbara Jen-
kins, Glendora Jenkins, Nancy
Lambert, Marilyn Lcftwich, Le
Nancy Love, Judy Nlalcy, Pam
Mabry, Alice Massey, Barbara
hiillsaps, Suzanne Mock.
Grace Nlontgomery, lklarilyn
lVIorgan, Andrea Nash, Joan
Norris, Sally Cffunt, Joyce
De Ann Pratt, Susan Preston,
Kathy Reeves, Dinah Jo Rob-
crts, Patricia Salaita, Sandy
Karen Smith, Jan Stanley, Di-
ane Strange, Beve Lea Teasley,
Virginia Turner, Judy Vaughn.
Gail Webb, Jay Wood.
Linda Carmack, Nancy Rector.
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Janet Anderson, Betsy Booth,
Kathy Bolin, Pat Bowyer, Su-
san Brenner, Carolyn Browder.
Ann Browder, Beeky Brown,
Becky Christain, Sharon Cromp-
ton. Pat Crosby, Pat Daugh-
Fran Davis, Scott Davis, Peggy
Dever, Linda Dobbs, Anne Doo-
ley, Diana Dukes.
Donna Dukes, June Ellington.
Jolly Ewing, Sherry Fleming,
Carol Ann Goodwin, Carolyn
Susan Hillis, Katherine Hoyle.
,Io Hudson, Faye Hurley, Paula
Ide, lNIona Beth Isbell.
Cinna Jones, Frances Kirkpat-
rick, Mary' Lewis, .lean Lot'l-:--
hart. Ella Marie Maekahee,
Blary Lou Nfetiowan. ,Ioyee Ble-
Intosh, Betsy Biodlin, Diane
lklahoney, Jeanne Moore, Diana
lkiarilyn Riurphy, Carole Peter-
son, Leah Phelps. Janet Putnatn,
Janie Ragsdale. Charloite Rich-
Claudette Riley, Kitty Roberts,
Mary Roherts. De Anna Smith.
Judy Smith. Susan Stevens.
Annette Tefteller. liintla June
Valentine. ,lane YYaller. Ranch-e
KW-lls. Bohhy Werner. Susan
Lynn Xvllliilllli Jayne Wilson,
Julie Anderton. Elaine Bailey.
Naney Bowman. Kiarianne Bow-
yer, Trudy Conner, Becky Cal'-
ner, Ann Hoffnieyer. Lynne
Hoover. Sandy Hufstecller, Kar-
ol Koella. hlary Kay Pu'm11n.
lNIarian Ragan. Becky Sharp,
,lan Wzttgoner, Vfirtipie Wall, Zee
XVall. Frances Vfood.
ADPi Military Morale Boosters
National founding: 1904 Syracuse University
Local founding: 1961
Colors: red, bull, and green
Flower: Red and Buff Roses
Number of chapters: 89
Linda Ellis, First Viee-Presidentg Sandy Arnold, Recording Secre-
taryg Frances Brasko, Presidentg Dee Marshall, Second Vice-
GAMMA NU CHAPTER
'l'his February Alpha Gamma llclta began its third year
on the University of Tennessee campus. ln this short while,
many of the Alpha Gams' faces have become familiar on
campus. A few of the Alpha Gamma Deltas who have made
a place for themselves are: Frances Brasko, Linda Ellis,
Gelie Murphy. Polly Allen. Rita Mott. Gina Devine, Marcia
Herring, and hlary Greer.
Frances is the holder of a Home Economics scholarshipg
last year she was selected as the Home Economics student
with the highest over-all average. Frances is also a member
of both Umicron Nu and the Dolphin Club. Linda Ellis is
another of Alpha Gamma llc-lta's scholars who holds a
Home Economics scholarship. Celie hlurphy, Gamma Nuis
editor. is Feature Editor for the Orange and 1Vhite, as well
as a member of the Dolphin Club. Polly is the sweetheart
of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. Rita was selected to be an
Army sponsor. hlary Greer was selected as historian of the
Home Economics Club, and she is also a member of Blue
Triangle. hlarcia Herring, who has been kept extremely
busy this year as Gamma Nuis membership chairman, was
also selected as a member of the Homecoming Advisory
Board for 1962.
Members of Alpha Gamma Delta have also been busy
this year making themselves known off campus with their
work for the Knoxville Cerebral Palsy Center. This work
is being done in connection with the national altruistic
project of Alpha Gamma Delta.
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Polly Allen, Sandy Arnold, Jean
Atkins, Mary Binkley, Minga
Bohlmann, Frances Brasko.
Bentley Browning, Kitty Clark,
Linda Corn, Linda Ellis, Nancy
Fisher, Pat Greene.
Mary Greer, Joyce Hanson,
Evangeline Harris, Charlene
Hearn, Emily Henderson, Mar-
Ginger Hunter, Patricia Hutch-
ins, Patsy Jackson, Nancy Jor-
dan, Dinah Sue Kelly, Pat Lang-
Sue Lester, Dee lWarshall, Mary
McDuffy, Maureen McGovern,
Carole Miller, Rita Mott.
Celia Murphy, Jackie Needham,
Rachel Ostrander, Suzanne Por-
ter, Linda Jo Powell, Linda
Janice Roadman, Lana Rue
Roberts, Margaret Salyer, Alyce
JO Schaffer, Anne lNIarie Shel-
ton, Marge Sherman.
Phyllis Sowell, Kathy Stager,
Mary Stonecipher, Johnanna
Stoner, Jill Swenson, Carole
Anne Walker, Janice Wriglit,
Jackie Barrett, Judy Braunstein,
Tommie Bruce, Jo Bryson, Rita
Castleberry, Elizabeth Carroll.
Pre-rush houseparties are always
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National founding: 1893 Lombard College
Local founding: 1956
Colors: double blue and gold
Flower: Pink Rose
Number of chapters: 101
Top Row: Susan Norman, Activities: Janice Woods, Recording Sec-
retary. Bottom Row: Barbara Meiiarter. President: Sally Fields.
Having been on the cantpus of the University of Tennes-
see for live years. Alpha Xi lleltas have received niany
honors. especially during' the 1962-63 school year. h
In addition to being President of Gannna Lambda chap-
ter. Barbara 1NlcCarter is presently serving as co-chairnian
of the Student Center. She was also co-cliairtnan of 1962
All-Sing, a ineniber of lYho's lYho, and the recipient of a
Mortar Board Senior Citation.
Other llortar Board xneinbers are Charlotte Sints and
Nancy Clilt. Charlotte also was a ineinber of lVlio's lllho
and is currently the lead singer for the worlcl-famous L'.'1'.
Singers. Nancy. recipient of a Nlortar Board Senior Cita-
tion. is also President of the Society of XVOIIIPH Engineers.
In the lield of beauty. three Alpha Xi Delta sisters were
selected as Yol Beauties: Bette Carlson. Rita llunsey. and
Ann Rector. Bette is Pi Kappa Alpl1a's hllreatn Girlf, a
ntajorette with the Pride of the Southland Band. and the
currently reigning Kliss Venus. Rita is featured as "Miss
-Ianuary 1963" in the Pi Kappa Alpha Calendarg Ann is the
lirontier Girl of Sigina Phi Epsilon.
Along with Bette in the niajorette lineup is Judy Barton,
Nliss Nlajorette of America for 1963 and pledge sweetheart
of Pi Kappa Alpha. Another Alpha Xi Delta sweetheart is
Ilolly lbiggcs. Kappa Alpha Rose.
With our efbcient ofbcers leading the way, Alpha Xi
lleltas look forward to inany successful years in the future.
Houseparties effect people in different ways, but this is ridiculous
Carol Abt-lc, Andrea Adams.
Sandra Armstrong, Sharon Arni-
strong, Judy Bartley, Katie Ben-
Anne Brewster, Niary Bruce,
Linda Capps, Bette Carlson,
Shirley Carlson, Lynn Cecil.
Nancy Clift, Emily Daniel, Jane
Cooss, Bonnie Davis, Holly Dig-
ges, Judy Dow.
Penny Dumas, Linda Ebert,
Evelyn Elliot, Joyce Ellis, liidge
Ellis, Gay Evans.
Sally Fields, Jeanne Givens,
Sammie Sue Hodges, Sharon
Hodges, Ginny Holtman, Anita
Judy Huskisson, Nancy James,
Janet Keough, Carol Kucks,
Ann Lindsay, Pat Lynch.
Jean Mazzei, Barbara IvIcCartcr,
hiarguerite McLoughlin, Patti
Iw1cPeters, Anne hiercer, Lanie
Rita Nlunsey, Susan Norman,
Anne Rector, Mary Ross, Jean
Schiffman, Charlotte Sims.
Pat Sivert, Lindy Strom, Becky
Temple, Lynda Thomas, Cherl
YVatchel, Martha YVarren.
Linda Weaver, Sarah VVisc,
Janice Wloods, Gayle W'ulb.
Allene Anderson, Judy Barton,
Beverly Bushore, Rene Cobb.
Gail Conger, Martha Cuthbert.
Nancy Davis, Beverly Duncan.
Suzanne Finley, Carol Greene.
Carol Greskey, Carol Greffe,
Sandra Ht-lsey, Carolyn Leffell,
Vicki Locke, Sue Massengill,
Louise O'Fallon, Pat O'Fallon,
Julie Rankin, Barbara Rawlston,
Lynda Sharp, Kay Stokely, Dola
Faye Terry, Mary Frank YVade,
Blary YVagner, Carolyn lValker.
Somebody has been using their
i'YN'ho's that pretty little girl in red?" An AQ-Cutie Pi!
Yes, here we are at ole Uflf celebrating our sixty-iirst
year. It has been an eventful year and one really to remem-
ber. Glimpses of the events recall such happenings:
The year began with rush . . . no apples were lost to the
" "' local fruit stands. Then came Pledge Saturday: what a
banquet, thirty new pledges, and what a chapter! Fall elec-
tions followed with Roe Ellen Coleman being elected Frosh
gait Secretary. Meanwhile the "Spook Patrol" struck again.
HPodnah, coming to the AOPi BQ?" Yes. the AOPis seryed
up barbecue for a scholarship. Customers were brought to
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the ehuelswagon in Circle Park hy AOPi cowgirls. HAH that
glitters is not gold," . . . but the silver-glittered AOPi Derby
dancers certainly dazzled the judges. The famous phrase . . .
National founding: 1897 Barnard College i'You-all, I don't believe it!" echoed throughout the AOPi
room when we had news of the completed plans for the new
Loca' f"u"d"'g: 1902 Panhellenie building. Houseparty antics found pledges
Colors: cardinal red throwing ofhcers in the pool: too bad they broke the ice!
Flower: -Iacqueminm Rose lQYinter came and so did study time. The Rose Ball was the
first lormal ol the year and was such a gala eyent. And so
Number of chapters: 79 1110 YU211' W0111 011 - - -
All AUPi members are active in campus activities. but no
matter where we are or what we do. a good time is had by
all . . . naturally . . . we're .-XOPisl
Top Row: Janice Anderson, Recording Secretary: Lolly Taylor,
President: Peggy Cowling. Treasurer. Bottom Row: Chris Abbay.
Corresponding Secretary: Helen Scanling, Vice-President. 51111113 Y0Ul1'C 111 thi? 11101195
Chris Abbay, Janice Anderson,
Pat Anderson, Nancy Aurin,
Wanda Sue Bailey, Cynthia Bag-
Patty Baumgardner, Martha
Bidwell, Cindy Brackett, Ann
Breazeale, Helen Brinkerhoff,
Roe Ellen Coleman, Sue Colley,
Carolyn Craig, Kathy Decker,
Gayle Dodd, Georgia Duncan.
Sandra Duncan, Barbara Em-
bury, Anne Estes, Camille Ethi-
er, Gina Fornara, Beverly Gass.
Medora Gore, Mary Lou Griffin,
Lynnelle Hammett, Charlene
Hemphill, Mary Ann Jarvis,
Sandy Kohlhase, Anita Lackey,
Gloria Lane, Judy Leinart, Su-
san Locklear, Pat McCampbell.
Paula lVIcCaslin, Martha Mid-
kiff, Betty Newbill, Ann Nov-
inger, Linda Puckett, Pat Plunkf
Dot Reese, Lolly Richie, Lavene
Roberts, Dawn Robertson, Helen
Scanling, Kay Shepherd.
Betty Smith, Sue Stafford, Lin-
da Staley, Josephine Sutton, Pol-
ly Taber, Lolly Taylor.
Linda Townsend, lN1ary Reed
Trotter, Judy Vandiver, Vickie
Vordcr Bruegge, Judy Wadell,
Dottie lNhclen, Helen Worley,
Judy Yost, Quinn Young.
Priscilla Brandau, Diane Moore,
Paula Scott, Kathy Van Natter,
Time marches on
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National founding: 1895 University of
Local founding: 1900
Colors: cardinal and straw
Flower: White Carnation
Number of chapters: 132
Top Row: Anne Younger, Presidentg Margie Cooley, Treasurer
Bottom Row: Melissa Burnside, Pledge Trainer: P
Seeretaryg Anne Dempster, Vice-President.
P I C H A P T E R
Chi Omegas plunged into the school year with a house-
party in Gatlinburg. Between talking about Pi ehapter's
Anne lilempster, who was on the G. li. College Bowl, and
planning a yery sueeessful rush season, a good time was had
As school began, Pi Chapter quickly went, ahead in intra-
murals: taking Hrst, place in junior yolleyball and winning
the swimming meet for the sixth straight year.
lndiyidual honors were won this fall as well. Chi U's were
ehosen Vol Beauties. Air Force and Army sponsors. and
Sophomore Aides. At the Sweetheart Ball, we watched
sister Sally liaeon become the "Sweetheart ol' Sigma Chi."
Chi Omegas were taken into honoraries, and our president
reeeiyed a Nlortar lloard Citation. Klargie Cooley was on
the Homecoming Adyisory Board while -Ianiee Powers pre-
sided as President of liarhara Blount and Anne Nloore
served as Treasurer of SGA. Four Clhi O's graeed lX1iller's
Pi was justly proud ol' its pledges who won first place in
pledge scholarship for fall quarter'-heating' the aetiyes who
were 11 elose second in over-all scholarship.
As the Ayres Hall Chimes. giyen hy Chi Omega on the
fiftieth anniyersary of her founding at L'.'l'.. echo oyer the
campus, we look forward to another year with its new
friendships and challenges.
Look! We're on Candid Camera
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Betty Alden, Kay Alden, Cissy
Armstrong, Merrily Austin.
Jody Bacon, Sally Bacon, Bonita
Suzanne Barnard, Fay Baugh,
Jina Blanton, Bonny Bonnyman,
Linda Brown, Melissa Burnside,
Jill Callaway, Harrict Cobb,
Helen Coffey, Margie Cooley,
Louise Creekmore, D i a n n e
Crow, Janet Crumbliss.
Jo Anne Dance, Elizabeth Da-
vis, Janie Dick, Charlotte Doin-
inick, Sandra Edwards, Judy
Ellis, Carole Erskine.
Susan Evans, Jenny Flowers,
Lee Foster, Ellen Fowler, Bar-
bara Fulton, Joy Hall, Susie
Elizabeth Holenian, Jackie Hol-
land, Lynn Hubble, Lila Hyatt,
Bootsie Isbell, Susan Rhea Jen-
kins, Judy Kayler.
Sally Kcrley, Helen Lacy, Fran-
ces LaNieve, Lynda Larkin.
Nlary Lewis, Linda Link, Babs
Fran lNIcClurc. Donna lNIcNab.
Anne Moore, Margaret Murrey,
Pat Necrgaard, Cynthia Nixon.
Sally Plunkett, Janice Powcrs,
Kathy Ratliff, Peggy Registcr.
Reine Rentenbach, Joan Rikc.
K. K. Scott, Emery Stair, Edley
Stone, Letty Taylor, Wallenc
Threadgill, Sandra Travis, Judy
Carol VVallen, Sassy WVard, Ann
Libby Ware, Becky Watson, Hcl-
cn YVcaver, Kay lVcvcr, Sarah
Pam Wilsford, Mary Winn,
Mary WVood, Anne Younger.
Anne Dempster, Frances Holt,
We have to cat sometime!
National founding: 1888 Boston University
Local fc mixi idingz 1923
Colors: silver, gold, and blue
Number of chapters: 106
Top Row: Cookie Glaze, Recording Seeretaryg Su Ann Preston,
Corresponding Secretary. Bottom Row: Virginia Maddux, Viet'-
President: Martha Dempster, Presidentg Sue Noyotny, Treasurer.
DELTA SIGMA CHAPTER
The 74th National Convention of Delta Delta Delta held
in Hot Springs was a suecessliul beginning to a prosperous
year for Delta Sigma Chapter. 'llhe unselhsh. untiring lead-
ership of President lNlartha Dempster of Clollieryille was
inspirational in making 1962-63 a wonderful year.
Delta Delta Delta was among thc leaders in yery phase
of campus life. Topping Campus honors were Virginia Mad-
dux, Miss Tennessee: Sue Noyotony, Homecoming court
and cheerleader: and Pat Blurton. .Iunior Class Secretary.
Academically, 'l'ri Deltas Virginia Bladdux and Nlartha
serve Nlortar Board as President and Historian, respectively.
Blembers of Alpha Lambda Delta are Elisabeth Shafer.
and Gayle Vaughn.
VOLUNTEER beauties are SuAnn Preston, Elisabeth
Shafer. and -lan Griffith. Representing Delta Sigma as Fra-
ternity Sweethearts are Barbara Yolx. ATO: Sue Noyotony,
AGRg Carolyn Shoekley, SAE Coed ot' the Yearg Brenda
Hamilton. Phi Sig: and Elisabeth Shafer. Circle K, Carol
Cousins is Barnwarming Queen. Tri Deltas in uniform are
Army Sponsors, Susan Preston and Betsy Farrar, and Air
Force. Linda lN'ilbanks.
As its philanthropy. Delta Delta Delta offers educational
scholarships of S3200 to deserving students at the University
of Tennessee. Two scholarships were given this year, the
money being raised through numerous projects conducted
by the Chapter.
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Charlotte Anderson, Bonnie
Babbitt, Cathy Baugh, Pat Blur-
ton, Julia Bradley, Barbara
Brown, Midge Carter.
Nancy Carter, Frances Chamb-
ley, Carol Cousins, Rachel Cox,
Sally Cureton, Marcia Davis,
Julie Dorris, Carol Dougherty,
Mary Neal Durham, Suzanne
Edwards, Anne Emmons, Betsy
Farrar, Judy Felts.
Jane Fowler, Noel Galloway,
Betty Giles, Patty Giles, Cookie
Glaze, Jan Griffith, Brenda
Beth Haynes, Karen Herndon,
Martha Hertsgaard, Margaret
Houston, Ann Hudgins, Kay
Hutchison, Evelyn Jones.
Stephanie Lambert, Dancy Le-
wallen, Christine May, Frances
McClain, Jan McGufHn, Janet
McPherson, Kay Moore.
Mary Moore, LaRue Murray,
Sallie Nicholson, Sue Novotny,
Judy O'Brien, lNIary Oliver, Jen-
,lanet Perry, Virginia Pert,
Lynn Preston, SuAnn Preston,
Joan Price, Nancy Lynne
Rawles, Melba Russell.
Elisabeth Shafer, Carol Sham-
blin, Donna Sims, Linda Smith,
Marcia Smith, Mary Edna
Smith, Susan Tate.
Sarah Thornburg, Joanne Tok-
arz, Gayle Vaughn, Sandra
Whittaker, Linda Wilbanks,
Jennifer Woodbridge, Brenda
Nancy YVord, Judy Wfright,
Betsy Adeock, Margaret Brab-
ston, Linda Coan, Virginia
Maddux, Lyn Pace, Gail Rose,
National founding: 1873 Lewis School
Local founding: 1947
Colors: bronze, pink, and blue
F lower: Cream colored Rose
Number of chapters: 91
Top Row: Ruth Butts, Presidcntg Suzy Collings, Second Vice-Presi-
dcntg Whitley Hayter, Treasurer. Bottom Row: Jeanne Hood, Re-
cording Secrctaryg Patsi Keally, First Vice-President.
GAMMA ALPHA CHAPTER
Each year Delta Gamma participates in many campus
activities. The past year has been no exception.
lVe had two Air Force sponsors, two Frosh Board mem-
bers ot' AWS, and one member ol' the Gamma Alpha Chap-
ter was chosen as the Klortar Board "Sophomore of the
Year? Wie can also boast ol' two Alpha Lambda Delta mem-
bers as well as of the Kappa Junior Award. Delta Gamma
also adds a VOLUNTEER Beauty. Jeanne Hood. to their
host of activities.
Led to a Carnicus third-place victory by Sandylfudd and
Etta Rose Rogers, Delta Gamma can proudly add another
trophy to their collection. We also found our sisters winning
first place in the tennis intramurals, while taking lirst place
with ping pong this Fall Quarter. 'l'wo ol' our members were
very active in Adawayhi. Delta Uannna is also represented
in Kappa Chi with two members. as well as having members
ot' the VOLUNTEER Statli with a section editor, Of equal
importance is the fact that Delta Gamma had three Pan-
hellenic officers. one having served Rush Chairman.
Gamma Alpha's national pro-ject is Sight-Preservation
and Aid to the Blind. Each Christmas we gix e a party for a
group ot' hlind children from Knoxville homes.
Delta Gamma's goal in 1963 and the future years is to
strive to make the hest even better for both our local and
Our best pledge
Beverly Best, Sharon Brewer,
Lucy Browder, Joyce Bryant,
Barbara Buckshorn, Judy Buffet.
Susie Bumgerdner, Ruth Butts,
Lyn Carden, Louella Cherry,
Pat Cogburn, Susie Collings.
Page Connell, Sandy Cudd, Jo
Ann Davenport, Linda Davis,
Barbara Farrar, Sandy Forbes.
Virginia Glisson, Benny Greer,
Whitley Hayter, Carol Ann
Hogue, Jeanne Hood, Ann Hop-
Sue Howard, Sharon Huckaby,
Maria Ingrassia, lNIary Irwin,
Elizabeth Jackson, Lynn Kamp.
Patsi Keally, Gail Krauth, Mary
Ann Kugler, Ann Locke, Linda
Loomis, Fay Lusk.
Betty Magness, Mauclie Marlin,
Pattye McMahon, India Miller.
Judy lvliniat, Dawn O,Neal.
Virginia Pandapas, Denni Reed.
Cain Rentfro, Jan Riess, Etta
Rose Rogers, Kathy Ryrner.
Sandy Sheffield, Sue Sheffield,
Susan Simpson. Anne Sinncss.
lvlargaret Stf-pp. Judy Thirlo-
Sharon VanHorn, S h e r r i c
Wfheeler, Peggy Wlilliarnson.
Mary Flowers, lVIary Jane Har-
mon, Claire Harris, Mary Jack-
son, Donna Kuhn, Jane Long-
mire, Kathy McCarren, Susan
NIcElroy, Ann Tucker.
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National Founding: 1902 hiiami University
Local founding: 1932
Colors: old rose and vieux green
Flower: Killarney Rose
Number of chapters: 143
Top Row: Genia Thames, First Vice-President: Janice Spoone, Sec-
retary: Julia Matlock, Treasurer. Bottom Row: Gail Waters. Second
Vice-Presidentg Jean Poff, President.
BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER
Delta Zeta has been represented in almost every activity
at the University of Tennessee campus this year. The honors
that Beta Lambda chapter members have received are nu-
merous and varied.
joan Daugherty received two titles this year: she was
Barnwarming Queen runner-up and Miss Pericles runner-
up. In student government activities, Martha Carson serves
as President of Kittie Kain, while April Gardner fulfills her
duties as Vice-President of Jenny Armstrong and Vice-
President of Panhellenic. Gail Waters, who is on the AVVS
legislative board, is the Panhellenic representative to IFC.
Gail also served as chairman of the Christmas party for
orphans. Sophomore aide, Genia Thames, also took a part
in campus activities. Both April Gardner and Jayne Tigert
have served as co-chairmen of Greek l'Veek. Sandy Cronin
was selected to serve as a 1962 Homecoming Committee co-
Delta Zeta is very proud of its members who have been
elected to horonaries this year. Among them are Judy
Spoone. Treasurer of Phi Eta Tau: .lulia Mattock, Secretary
of Beta Alpha Psi: Sandy Cronin and Gail lVaters. members
ol Pi Delta Phi: Harriet Caldwell, Vice-President of Alpha
Beta Alpha: and Laverne lleaver, President of Sigma Alpha
Iota. lN'hile Gail Wlaters and Laverne ltleaver received
Mortar Board Senior Citations, Genia Thames and Sandy
Cronin were installed in Alpha Lambda Delta.
Beta Lambda chapter of Delta Zeta is very proud of its
achievements for the 1962-63 school year, and our hope is
that next year will be even more successful.
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nia Burks, Harriet Caldwell,
lXIartha Carson, Jeanette Car-
son, Brenda Clift, Nancy Coffee,
Deborah Congcr, Sandra Cro-
Kathryn Crouvh. Joan Daught-
ery, Charlene Daughtcry, Sally
Fisher, Susan Follett, April
Christine Harrison, Elizabeth
Harrison, Barbara Hunter, Mary
Louise Hyland, Pat Kelly, Su-
Brenda MeClard, Susan kle-
Clard, Mary lXfIcLean, Julia
Mattoek, Lloyda May, Jean-
Barbara lNfIilcs, Jane lNIulliniks,
Mary Nave, Elizabeth Nicol,
Patricia Pardue, Jean Pofl.
Susan Rutherford. Joan Sharp,
Janice Spoone, Judy Spoone,
Carol Ann Starkey, Linda Lou
Claudette Stooksbury, Karen
Swafliord, Sum' Tliames. Phyllis
Tickle. Jayne Tigert. Diane
Jill Yergho. Eleanor Volz. linda
Yilildrop. Gail l'Vatc-rs. La-
Jennifer Byrd, Ceeilia Clowers,
llelen Fox, Delores Frasier, Jane
lN'ft'Amis, Susie Smith, Vaughn
That long-awaited phone call!
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National founding: 1897 Virginia State Teaeliers
Local founding: 1925
Colors: emerald green
Flower: White Rose
Number of chapters: 102
Top Row: Diane Johnson, 'llreasure
rg Sharon Stroud. Editor. Bot-
tom Row: Martha Frakes, Seeretaryig Paula Richardson, President:
Betty Ann Lowe, Viee-President.
ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER
Alpha Epsilon of Kappa Delta enjoyed a sueeessliul year
during 1962-63. l'nder the direetion of Diane Johnson the
Kappa lleltas won 1962 All-Sine' with "The Old Lamp-
lighter' and "I Could llaye Daneed All Night." Following
All-Sing. the KD's raised that Clonliederate flag and with
Cissy Goddard and .loan Short leading the way. won the
lirst-plaee trophy for Cfarnieus. Alter the election of ofheers
for 1962-63. the ehapter reeeiyed the trophy of "Sorority
of the Year", for 1962 from Kappa Sigma fraternity.
lYith the new pledges leading' fall quarter oll' by winning'
the Sigma Chi Derhy. the aetiye ehapter proudly supported
their homeeonting'-queen eandidate. Nfartha Franks. who
is also President of the Panhellenie Couneil. KD's reeog-
nied lmy XYho's lYho were lloyee Finnell. Klartha Frakes.
Clissy Goddard. Betty Ann Lowe. and Paula Riehardson.
Honoraries Claimed hy the KD's inelude: Phi Kappa Phi.
Alpha Lambda Delta. 'l'au Beta Pi. Sigma Alpha Iota. Pi
Lamhda Theta. Sigma Delta Pi. Clhi Epsilon. and Kfortar
In the Iield ot seryiee. National Kappa Delta does ex-
tensixe philanthropie work. Espeeially important is the help
giyen to the ffrippled tfhildreirs Hospital in Rielunond.
Virginia. Alpha lipsilon eontrihutes to this. as well as help-
ing toward the support ot' a Freneh orphan.
lX'ith the sueeess of 1962-63 a goal tor future years. Alpha
Epsilon ot' Kappa Delta hopes that her strong sisterhood
will he strengthened eyen further and that new and better
goals will he attained.
Shari Andersen, Marcia Austin,
Elaine Boueher, Judy Britt, El-
len Calloway. Ann Chandler.
Susan Chandler, Linda Clardy.
Betty Clark. Sue Cole. Carolyn
Clruze. lNIary Deftderifk.
Cathy Dodson, Frankie Ellis.
Virginia England. Valerie Ever-
ton, Joyre Finnell. Klarion
Ann Fowler, Klarianne Fowler.
LaRue Frakes, Linda Fussell.
Cissy Goddard. Sarah Hagood.
Joan Hannll, Charlene Harlr.
Betty Harrison, Becky Hartman.
Lida Heilinan. Sally Heilrnan,
Diane Johnson, Judy Johnson.
Lou Johnson. Barbara Klutinis.
Linda Laws. Diane Lippard.
Suzanne Lovell, Betty Ann
Lowe. Judy Lowe. Carolyn Kit'-
Fall, Jodie lNleTeer. Linda Nlay.
Lynn Overton. Xlary Kyle Raul-
SIOII. Paula Richardson. Sandra
Ricketts. lNIary Jane Rudd.
Rosie Snyder. Kathy Solnn.
Janet Stanford. Sharon Stroud.
l.inda Sutton. Jane Thoxnas,
lXIary Anne Thomas, Aynn
Thurlnond. Sandy Townsend.
Angie LvI7l'llllI'Cl'1. Viekie Vin-
sant. Carol Yfatson.
.-Xnn Wleayer. xI2lI'Sll1l lVillic'11.
Janive Wright. Susan lN'yatt.
Jennie Lynn Clark, Sandy Dean,
Janie Dempster, Faye Dove,
liartha Frakes. Nlary Gilliland.
Pain Krueger, Betty Jane Run-
yan. Babs Shelnutt. Betty Gayle
Jubilant Carnicus Winners
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National founding: 1852 Wesleyan College
Local founding: 1908
Colors: rose and white
Flower: Pink Iinchantress Carnation
Number of chapters: 82
Top.R0w: Joyce Vliurner, 'llreasureri Billie Ray Cannon, Vice-
Presidentq Linda Bettis, Recording Secretary. Bottom Row: Sandy
Dove, Presidentg Sylvia Ward, Corresponding Seeretary.
National Phi lX'Iu is known lor the extensiye philanthropic
work maintained hy our national organization, lVe sponsor
a healthmohile in the state ol' Georgia and also toy carts
in childrens hospital wards. Kappa members here at the
University are also noted for their seryiee to others. WR'
provide a yearly supply ol' milk to a needy family. and our
pledge class is sponsor ol' an oyersea war orphan, lYe also
provide Thanltsgiying and Christmas haskets lor needy
Phi Xlus are well represented in all campus activities.
'l'his past year the Phi Mu girls placed second in l962 All-
Sing as well as placing for the scholarship award in the
Spring. Sandy Doye was chosen as a member ol the l962
Homecoming Queen court, and Linda Bettis was on the
All-Sing Adyisory Board. Beth Adams was selected as a
YOI,l.lNTEliR Beauty. and Carolyn Nliller is Delta Tau
Delta Pledge Sweetheart. Among our other honors this year,
Sylvia lYard was chosen "Engineer's Dream Girl." Vle are
also well represented in AYYS. SGA. Adawayhi. and the
Campus Exeeutiyes Club.
Vle are proud of our representation in the honorary so-
cieties: Nlortar Board. Umicron Nu. lYho's lYho in Ameri-
can Colleges and L'niyersities. Phi lieta Kappa, and Pi
Qur goal is that Phi lXIu's Kappa Chapter may carry its
suecess on into 1963 and the years to follow.
Bug those eyes
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Beth Adams, Prissy Albright,
Nfarlene Bagwell, Betty Barker,
Nancy Barnes. Roberta Barnes.
Jill Bettis, Linda Bettis, Terry
Bevis, Nancy Blevins, Susie Blev-
ins, Ann Brewer.
Vicki Brooks, Becky Burnett,
Billie Ray Cannon, Sarah Cant-
well, Nancy Chiarantano, Jane
Linda Clark, Pat Conner, Dina
Deaton, Sandra Deaton, Sandy
Dove, Georgianne Dunavant.
Darlene Dycus, Judy Evans,
Jackie Fisher, Kathy Grubb,
Ann Helderman, Judy Johnson.
Harriet Jones, Margaret Jones,
Kathy Keith, Diane Kesler, Sar-
ah King, Ann Koger.
Tibby Linginfelter, Anne YVar-
ren lylanning, Johnnie Lou
Mathis, Ginger McAlister, Lin-
da McGill, Margaret Ann Mi-
Carolyn Miller, Ada Ann Misek,
Cherie Montgomery, Ann Neas,
Lynda Patterson, Jane Priddy.
Martha Prophet, Patsy Scott,
Jeanie Sheets, Diana Simpson,
Rosalind Speed, Sharon Stark.
Kathy Thompson, Joyce Turner,
Dianne Walkup, Sylvia Ward,
Peggy Webb, Joyce Woodmore,
Jane Kinard, Kay lVIcFarlin,
Shirley Scott, Donna Tippit.
Anyone for bridge?
National founding: 1867 lxI0lllll0l,ltll College
Local ft m111 idingz 1948
Colors: winc and silver bluc
lflowcr: l'Vi llc- Ca 1'11 ation
Number of chapters: 108
Top Row: Put Nichols, 'licztsurt-rg Sandra Frm-rlzind, Vice-Prt'sidt'nt:
Betsy Irwin, Plc-dgtw 'lirziint-r. Bottom Row: Linda
Pi Botti Plii, tlio lirst national liratcrnity for wonitfn, luis
cliupters tlirougliout tlic Fnitccl Statos and Cianaclzi. Our
national pliilzintliropitt projcct is tlic Scvttlvnu-nt Scliool in
fiLllllHl7lll'g', 'l'c'nnessvc. lib arc also vngagccl in philan-
thropic z14'tix'itic's surli as lacing foster parents to rliilclrt-n
and supporting zi poverty-strickcn lianiily.
Blviiilwrs of 'l'c-nnvssce Gaininu liavo clistinquislivcl tlimn-
scrlvvs on the lf1iix'Qi'sity Campus in at varivty ol' ways. Among
thc- lionorurit's to whim-li Pi Pliis bclong :irc Nlortar lioarcl.
.Xlplia lirtu Alplia. ,-Xlplia l.zunlJclzi Dvltu. Plii Eta lllllll. Pi
llvltzi Plii. Sigma llvltzi Pi. and 'lliu Kappa Alpha. ln tlit-
fit-icl of sports. Gzuimia Clliaptt-r Captured lirst place in
intrziinurzxls for 1963. lionnic Pvrltins was nanivcl a Pi Kappa
Alplia Cfztlt-ntlzir Girl.
lllllI'l'l' iiiciiilwis ol' tlw 4X.lY.S. l'lxQci1tix'c liourcl wt-ur tlit-
ifolclvn ztrrow. :ts clo Suv Uigcltfn. Editor of tlic Tcnnosscc
Girl, :incl intrinlwrs ol' tliv rX.lY.S, I,t-gislutivt' anal Frosli
liozircls. 'l'wo Pi Pliis lizivt' st'rx't'cl tis S.G.A. St-crt'tz1ry ol'
Stzitt' and tis CO-l'l121lI'lIlCI1 ol' Rlillt-r's Ciollvgt- lioarcl, Niem-
lnc-rs ol' tlic Hoinccroniinq Aclvisory liogircl. S.F.O.lS. Board.
:incl XYlio's lN'l1o ln AnivrirzuiCfollvgc-sandlf11ivt'1'sitivs also
lic-long to Gziiimia Ciliaptcr. Pi llcta Plii tgikt-s un zictixv
purt in ull Campus zititivitics.
But is ho has S35,000 for zi new building?
V . ga' lk In 'Z
.lc-an Awalt, Martha Bacon, jo
Ann Bowen. Carol Clem. Conne
Crawford. Kay Delon,
Carol Dixon, Sandra Freeland.
Phyllis Gifford, Anne Goddard,
Paula Hagewood, Becky Ilan-
Karen Haralson, Anne Harrison,
Susan Harry, Linda Hartsook,
Kathy Haynes, Polly llenry.
Mary Nelle Hicks, Jane Hoopcr,
Pat Huff, Betsy Irwin, Jane
Johnson, Phylis Johnson.
Sara Johnson, Sheryl Jones, Pat
Kelly, Mclinda Key, Adele Kin-
scy, Karen Kirkpatrick.
Carole Long, lna Klart, Betty
Lou McDowell, Loucllen Nic-
Knight, Glenna lVIClXfIalian.
Mary Alice McMillan.
hlary Xiewhortvr, .loan Klcycr.
Kiarion hiullican. Pat Nichols.
Sue Ogdin, Lynn Oliver.
Alice P4-ck. Bonnie Perkins, joan
Petrie. Linda Pike, Carol Poh-
lvtts. Suzanne Richardson.
Alice Ray Setlille, lNlary Jean
Sharp. Nollic Sharp, Kaye
Smith. 'llvri Stzxnslx-r'1'v, Pam
licttc Stuhhs, Linda Swanson.
.Ntnelia Thompson. Sally
llioxnpson, Cain White. Ann
lYilkinson, Alccce 'Wolfe
Virginia Elliott. Diane Johnston.
Sharon Kelly, Linda Koger, Su-
san Lackey, Sue Long, Frankie
Lorino, Virginia Lowe, Joan
Porter, Susie Somers, lylary Sul-
lcnberger, Susan Thompson,
Biary Margaret Trent, Carolyn
Varncr. Linda Joy lVilson.
L'W'ho's in charge around here,
9 010 O 9155
National founding: 1874 Colby College
Local founding: 1921
Colors: lavender and maroon
Number of chapters: 104
Top Row: Brenda Donaldson, Second Vice-President: Janice Eagle-
ton. First Vice-President: Judi Anderson, President. Bottom Row:
Linda Eason, Recording Seeretaryg Jeri Wade, Treasurer.
ALPHA DELTA CHAPTER
Sigma Kappas began the school year with a very success-
liul rush. and they have followed it up with many activities
and honors during the year. Philanthropy is a vital part of
Sigma Kappa, for Sigmas help to support the Maine Sea
Coast Nlission. and they are also known for their work in
One ol' the favorite activities of all Sigmas is our quarterly
houseparty at which we plan sorority activities and enjoy
our sisterhood. Participation in intramurals, All-Sing, and
Carnicus give Sigmas an opportunity to work and play
Individual Sigma Kappas have received many honors.
hlembers of national honoraries include: Jere lllade and
Lucinda Long, Nlortar Board members: 'Iosetta Shoemaker
and Sarah Lee Russell. members of Sigma Alpha Iota: Liz
Dooley, Sigma Delta Pi member: and Linda Eason, member
of Omieron Nu. Both Helen Nlorgan and Phyllis Anderson
were awarded Nlortar Board Senior Citations. Other sisters
bringing recognition to the sorority are: Lynda Bell, Vol
Beauty: Bobbie Zufall, l'Miss 1963" Pi Kappa Alpha Calen-
dar Girl: Brenda Smith, Sigma Phi Epsilon Pledge Sweet-
heart: Pat Handley, member of lN1iller's College Board:
Linda Eason, A. YY. Second Vice-President: and Phyllis
Anderson, All-Sing Advisory Board.
Although summer vacation Finds our sisters scattered
throughout all parts of the United States. we will reunite
in the fall--looking forward to another successful year.
The Kennedys play it too!
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Anglea, Nancy Ruth Bank, Ann
Barrigar, Lynda Bell.
Mary Kathryn Bell, Patty Bra-
dy, Beverly Ann Brown, Janet
Brown, Barbara Bunch, Clara
Childress, Helen Kay Coward.
Virginia Ann Crowell, Ann West
Dale, Sabra Dawes, Carolyn
Denney, Mary Ruth Denney,
Gail Dixon, Elizabeth Dooley.
Kathy Ducklo, Barbara Duncan,
Janice Eagleton, Linda Eason,
Becky Ford, Aleta Camewell,
Joan Glass, Ann Grannis, Kay-
dell, Haaby, Nancy Hemeycr,
Kay Hodge, Sara Hollingsworth,
Glenda Sue Howell.
Dot Hughes, Jacqui Keaton,
Emily Kennedy, Glenda Kinr-
brough, Lynda Leftwich, Lucin-
da Long, Deanie Martin.
Cheri Matthew, Becky Mat-
thews, Angie McKnight, Sarah
Milholen, Leanah Mills, Helen
hforgan, Marty Murphey.
Nancy Nickell, Judy Oliver,
Ann Paine, Mary Parsons, Gayle
Patton, Kris Power, Betsy Anne
Sarah Lee Russell, Josetta Shoe-
maker, Brenda Faye Smith, Su-
san Stenborg, Wanda Stilwell,
Mary Lou Stiles, Kay Taylor.
Linda Taylor, Betty Tobler,
Pat Tripp, Betty Carolyn Tur-
ner, Jere Wade, Sandra YValker,
Bettye Wilson, Joy Young, Bar-
Cynthia Butler, Janelle Camp-
bell, Judy Dinwiddie, Brenda
Donaldson, Pat Handley, Janet
Janet Hightower, Mary Ann
Knight, Donna lylarsh, Jackie
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lo intensify l'l'll'I1ClSlll1J . . . to foster Il Spirit of love . . . to
prmnotm' liappinvss . . . :incl to aspire to 21 purer :ind nululvi
wmnanlloocl . . .
, .i nfi l l NYitl1 tlim-sv aims in 1I1lI1Cl,xI1l11l' girls liounclecl Z1-tu 'l'a11
1- A Alpha sorority. lt was tlic first w01nt'n's ll'LllL'l'Il1Iy tu lu-
gwgi c'l1ur'tci't-cl in tlic state ol' Yirginiu :incl the only ont- to 1-vc-i
iaeffnii lat' granted spvcizil cliurtvr by nn act of lt'QiSl21lllI'L'. Sinu-
llmt clay. Zvtu Vllilll Alpha lizns grown to niurv tliun 35.000
. IIlC'Il1l3t'l'S who lx-lmig to c'l1uptt'rs in tiitrizuln as wull as in
tlit' Tfnitvd Statvs, tlnis inuking our mguriifzitimi un intvr-
National foundinffz 1898 Lonffwood Colleffc fctzi vll2lll A111111 s :cursors inzinx' Jliiluntliro mitw, ont- ol'
a n rt l l , l l
. tllt' Ciirrvnt Ill2l.0l' onvs lJUll1"' tlizlt ol' l1t'l'Jing' cliilclrt-n whit
Local founding: 1904 . . . -' D 1 .
' urn- X'lC'llIl1S oi cz-rt-lmrul palsy. .Xnmng our otlivr Sl'l'X'1l'4'S uri-
Colnrgg lurquoige blue and Sigel gray uicl to llw Nzxtirmal Sociuty for Ciripplt-cl Clliilclrc-n zincl
Fl Xvh, Y, I A-Xcllilts. lnc'.1 tlif' l'l2lSU'l'SCL1l.xQl'l1C'f'12lIlil tlit- fl.-X Fmnlclu-
ml Cr' 'le 10 et tion wliirli pmvitlt-s SC'llOlZil'SlllPS lor collvgt- stuclt-nu. vclnczx-
Numbgl- of Clmptergz 113 tional litxcilitivs for stuclvnts, SlllJIJll'IIll'Ill2il work to wllm-gt-s
Zlllil IIIIIYCYSIIICSlOllCllJ1IIlP1'lJYC lllt'l1' 4'illli'2lllOIl21l lJI'0Ql'1llIlS.
uncl Hnzrncizxl ziicl to agrcl and clisulmlvcl lorrnc-r stuclt-nts. Om
work is tlnw in zu't'orclz1m'c witll our c'rct'cl ol' "w1'x'it'v to
f,I'1COlill1l' first tlirvc' national mroritivs to lx- vstalmlislit-tl
at the Unix'0rsity ul' 'll-riricssw. fc-tu illllll Alpha is still onc-
ol' tllt- lurgcst so1'm'itivs on lllc CZUIIIDIIS. Zvta 'lluu ,-Xlpltu
tzilws un activv part in lmotli l1cmm'z1ris-s :incl rzunpus zxctivi-
Top Row: Judy Falls, Corrt-sp0nclinQ Sc'Cre'tzt1'y: Anne Pvrry, YllI'CZl5-
urvr: Pvagy McLaughlin. Rt-wmlixiu St'i'1't'll!l"j'. Bottom Row: Zora
Elmlt-n, Yivf--Pr:-side-nt: .luclx Rulvinscm. Piwirlvnt. But, Blom, you said you wcren't coming!
f it 2
Sharon .'xIld0I'SOIl. JOLIII BLlI1liL'lA.
Nanvy Bl'1lOiSl, Pz111'ic'i11 Bidwell.
l'lll1'11 flllI1lYL'll, Felifizi Clhilclrcss.
S111-Ii11 Cl01111a1lly. Szmcly flllll-
Ilillgll-llll. Jilllf' Curtis. .'Xli1-1-
D11r1lz1p. Zora Elmlvn.
fillil Eclwurtls. Kinry Ewing.
.Indy Falls, A11111' 171-1'nz111fl0Lf.
l"1':1111'1-s l"1'eest11111'. X'YiYlilI1 F11-
qua. Nmwy fi11rcl111-r.
Hail fi2lI'I'iSOll. 1511111 fiCl'IIli1ll.
l7ig111r- fillI1Tl'I'. Pilili Piilfliill.
Sllfil Rose H2lI'l'iSfDIl. .Indy ,lied-
rllesoli. -Iilllll liitr-.
l,i11clz1 Howfircl. Fm1111i1- Howell.
l1i11d11 Hl1IlCill'y'. X'illK'l'i1' Ippo-
lilo. Nivkjvc' nliilillilgill. I.i11Cl11
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K1lI'I'll Ii2IlSllUY1'I1, li1'c'11cl11 I,11y-
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Lee. ixIC'lilldll Liiiclsf-y. S:111rl1':1
xikfillllllllflll. Niury ,X1111 Kir-
Peggy BI1'I.1111gl1li11. Gloria King'-
Q.ll'f. l,e1- Ngilnors. Nicky Nivhol-
Stbllll. .xllii Uwnlmey. I,111'ile Own-
lwy. B1-clay Pz1ss111r11'1-.
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.X11111' Perry. i.i11cl11 Phillips. P111-
sy P0111-1'. KillI'Q1lI'I,'l Powell.
joy Qlllilllfli. Kay Ri1'l1i1-, Judy
Rc1bi11so11. P1111'if'i11 Rowluncl,
111111111110 S11r111110ns. Sonja Shilm-
le-y. CI111'0ly11 S111i1l1.
i'1lO1't'I1L'C Stucllc-y. H1-len Taylor.
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'l'ol1i11. Xiury Xvllllgllll. Bo1111i1-
.lun hvilli2lII1S, Ann XVilSOI1, Judy
YViser. Thom Belle- YVOrley. S1111
Susan Garner, Betty Hawker-
Slllitll. Phyllis Hawkins, Judy
Myers. Betty B11c'h:111:1n, Kaye
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lFC1's p1'oic-els 1111- llie spoiisorsliip of Crm-1-li XXX-1-lQ. zlwzircl-
ing of 21 sc'l1olz11'sl1ip to L1 wortliy SillLll'Ill. zmcl ilu- presentzi-
lion of scliolzirsliip trophies. Gr:-ek 'Week is planned to pro-
mote good I't'lLlllUIlS 11111o11g all G14-eks. 1111- Hill. and the
c'o111111unily. The seliolzirsliip tropliir-s 111-0 given to provicle
irieentive among all l'1'z1te1-11i1ic-s to z1c'l1ic-xv l1iQl1 scliolzistie
For tlie sc-Coml yi-111' H11 l1llS uplielcl ll Sl'llOlLll'SllllJ pro-
Q'I'LlIll I'Clll1lI'lI1Q' ull liI'2liC'I'IlillCS to liziw- 21 l'OlI1lJlI1l'Cl z1e1ix'e
zmcl pledge OYK'I'llll ol' 2.0 or lim-111-1: l"11il11rn- to satisfy this
11-q11i1'1-1111-111 I'L'5lllli i11 ll L1llLll'lt'l'.5 social iiigwlivily.
Ollie-1' si-1'x'iec-s of IFCT inelucle 21 Cll1llLl1'i'IliS Party wliieli
iiivolvn-s all Greeks 1111cl two liiimlrenl neecly c'l1ilcl1'c-11 lirom
the SllI'1'OlII1Cli11Q' 211111. IFC also orgziuizes support l-I'OIIl
Greek groups for 111z1jo1' LvIllX'Pl'Sllf' fletivitic-s. For the years
to come, the II1iL'1'l1'i1ll'I'I1ily CilOll1lCll will ziclupl itself to the
Clianqes in llie l'1'z11e1'11ity zmcl collegiate worlcl.
Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . P1'i'Sldt'IllfSllII1 B1'IHlHSll'lIl5 Senior Rep.-
Jim Nash. a-ln
Alphzi Gannna Rho . . . Pri-side-nt Elmo Luimg Senior Rop-
Lnrry Blillklil-IllIllO1' Rep,-V Sziiidy llgimplu-ll.
Alpha Tau Omega . . . President- -Walter Busszirtz Senior Rm-pf -
Bo 'l'l1o111z1s: Alimior Rep, lil:-imx' l'1-if-rs.
llfflis c:llllCll'l'll-S Clhrislmzis Party
,-iw a-M1-Q - - 1 Ln- 1-Q 1
Della Tau Delta . . . lJl'l'Sldl'Ill -f-L11111a11' Bull: Senior Rep. -
Charlie Hoskins: Junior Rr-pf -Joe Ashlvjv.
Farm House . . . PTUSlClK'I1t'7:h1'1lUld Skelton: Senior Rep. -fir-11v
VVlll11'0NN'1 Jimioi' Rep- Bob Stott.
Kappa Alpha . . . ljl'K'Sldl'Ilt"'J0l1I1 I1'l13': Senior Ri-p. Bill Gid-
clinssi Junior Rep. George Nichols.
Kappa Sigma . . . l,1't'SlCll'I1l-' Ric-hiv 'lihonipsoni Senior Rep. -
'liOIHIIlY Len-li: Junior Rt'IJ.f-lllll POI'it'I'.
Lillllbdil Chi Alpha . . . l,I'K'SlCll'Ilt7'JVOllIlIlf' johns: Sr-nioi' Rep.
ll41ll XVOILIlllIlLftOllf Alunior Rep, W-Bill Jones.
Phi Della GHIIIIIIH . . . l'1'i-sidn-xitn-S:1111 F111'1'ow: Senior Rep.
Phi GHllllIlHIJl'll21 . . . l,I'l'Sldl'Ilt Rouri' Jgiekson: Senior Rl'IJx -
Phi Sigma Kappa . . . Pl'k'SldCI1i -K1-11 Ri-el: S1-moi Rep. Q:illXlI1
Le-hi-w1 Junior Rep,--Benton Smith,
Pi Kappa Alpha . . . President' cih2l1'lll'NilX'l'lI Senior Rep- Holm
KICNL-es: Jiinior Rr-p,w-Jolin Clroelic-tt,
Pi Kappa Phi. . . Pre-siclent Cary IR-if-is: Senior Rep- Bob
Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . President-V Bill Clowang Senior Rep.,
Nlutt fX'ICClc-llzlng Junior Rc-pf -Bill VllllOII12lS,
Sigma Chi . . . President--'Ji111 Hgillg Senior Rep. Jack Rzmsom:
junior Rep.---Bill Hodges.
Sigma Nu . . . Presidcuit- Bill Robinson: Senior Rep.--Put Wil-
lizunsg Junior Repf Mac-k Curtiss.
Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . Pri-siclm-ritfjerise Vvilson: Senior Repr-
Roy clllffl Junior Rc-pf Dawn- Klullr-ns.
Zeta Bela Tau . . . lj1't'SlClC'IllIf lr'z1 F1-11toi1: Sc-nioi' Rep. 'Dflllllf'
Wiissg lliinior Rep. L4-sli-1' Row-11l1loo111.
Tommy Leek, Trezisiirerg Bo 'l'l1o111as, President: Calvin Lehew.
Vive-Presidentg Hall Worthington, Secretary.
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Fotmded: New York University
November 5, 1913
Local Chapter lioundcdz January 29, 1962
Colors: Blue and Gold
Jim Nash, First x'llLTC-P1'l'SldC11tI Sinn Btzxunstt-in, l'rt-sidt'nt: Rirltzttcl
Coen, Second Vit'f'-President: Sidney Nrwniztn, lliI'K'ZlSl1I'i'I'.
PSI DEUTERON CHAPTER
ln an ztrticlt- to the ltireslttituii class. lit-an Ralph llunliorcl
stated that "Franc-rnitit-s are present on the cznnptts lmevztttst'
it is believed that they ciontrihntt- positive value to 'L'nivt-r-
sitv life. 'lihe plus X'21lllt'C'OII1C5lil'0l11 the association of voting
nten in the Connnon vt-ntttrc ol living togt-ther in 21 clerno-
cratic, yet Cttltttrztl environment."
ln order to achieve well-rotnnclt-cl dt-vt-loptnent ol its
ntetnbers, Alpha Epsilon Pi has initizttt-d at program wltivh
stresses the points ol' scholastic 2lC'l1lCX'l'II1l'Ill. social clevelop-
inent and frziternzll rt-lutionships, Following! this progrznn.
.AEl-JlI11ffI1llZlX't5 the opportunity to engage in vgtriecl athletic'
ttetivitv through the strong' intrznnurzil zttlilt-tic' progruni on
cztntptts. Represf-iiting' AEPi as at nit-tnlaer of one ol' its zith-
lvtit: teams is at source ol pride and ll rt-ul L'l1Llllt'Il!1'i'. Doing
ontfs best for tht- liltte Lind Gold tcttcllvs sportsrnunsliip :incl
tt-ant plztv. lint lirzttttrnitv sports ztlont- nrt- not the onlv IlI't'21
wltertf Alilli IIIPI1 shint: As fznnptns lt'ztclvi's, they ztrt' to lie
liotincl in stttclent governtnetil, its editors ol Collvgc- pttblifzt-
tions. as l'Q'IJI'l'SOI'1lllllYt'S to the lI1ll'l'liI'2lll'I'I1lly Clottncil, ztncl
in t-vt-rv phase of cznnptts uvtivitv. .-XEPi parties. wlietlit-r
it is the liznnecl RIIlIXxI'UI'i5 Holtz :xt XN'isconsin or the lilntf
:incl Golcl wt-t-k-viicl :tt 'lit'IlI1l'SSt't', are wt-ll-plztniivtl ztncl
eagerly ztxvaitecl. A liicl to an AEl'i social inzikes it 21 pc-1'f4-ct
Alpha llpsilon Pi works for the clt-vt-loptnvnt, ol' the in-
tlixiclttztl. lts positive goals prepare its nivtnbcrs to ztfcept
their responsibilities :incl nieet the prohlents of their Coin-
nittnitv and nzttion.
.Ie-rry Bcfnowitz. Sinn Brmlnstcin,
Norman Busch, Richard Cvcn,
Edwin Davis, Larry Fashendrr,
Jerry Kovh: Sonny Hopkins.
jim Nash. Jerry Ritt, jack
Rohuld, Steve Rosen
Hurry Schaffer. Bnrcl Sfhvih.
Arnold Sfhwarzhnrt, Jvrry Si-
Nlurbv Lurk. Lvstcr NVQ-ner,
i'I2lI'1'yJZllgCI'. Irving Zcitlin.
David Lveds. Sidney Newman,
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Founded: University of lllinois
Local Chapter Founded: january 27, 1951
Colors: Green and Gold
Flower: Pink Rose
Address: 1613 West Clinch Avenue
Bill Sanders, Alumni Sc-eretary: Ehno Lunn. President: John Pylant.
'Vreasurerg Larry Blaeh, Viee-Presidentg John Housley, Seeretary.
ALPHA KAPPA CHAPTER
Alpha Gannna Rho is a national fraternity with thirty-
nine chapters located throughout the nation. Since the
founding ol' Alpha Kappa at the L'nix'ersity ol' Tennessee.
the Colors of Alpha Gannna Rho have eonie to represent
men with a desire to work hard to fulfill their ambitions.
All of the brothers are active in eantpus aetivities. Some
ol' thent hold important positions such as Secretary of
Student Activities. President of the .lunior Class. President
of IAQ Club. Block and Bridle Club. Alpha Zeta honorary.
and Hotneeotninep All-Sing. and Carnieus eonnnittee ehair-
nien. Other brothers have been seleeted for II16'llllJl'l'Sll1P in
honoraries sueh as Alpha Zeta. Ontieron llelta Kappa.
Searabbean. and Seabbard and lilade. Klany of the brothers
are leaders in other eluhs and eatnpus 01'g2lI1l7?t11OIlS.
Alpha Ganuna Rho is always active in intratnurals and
a leading contender for the rotating' trophy. Also. we have
won the lrzunhda Chi Alpha tug'-o-war event Iior nine out
oli the ten years that it has been held.
A very popular soeial function on campus is the Alpha,
Gilllllllil Rho Pink Rose liall. 'l'he erowning' ol' the AGR
Pink Rose is the highlight ol' the evening. Kiiss Sue Novotnv.
a ineinber ol' llelta llelta Delta Sorority. is this year's Pink
Rose. The semi-liorinal. fall hayride. spring' outing. and
nuinerous Saturday-night parties are the hiqhlights of the
AGR social calendar.
The Good Brothers
Bill Bilktxll Ronald Bvvvli. Iinrry
Black. Bill Brzxvy, Billy Burton
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ALPHA TAU CMEGA
Norbert Ackerinzxnn. Bill Aeree, Bob Alder, Jerry
Archer, Bob Ashby, Bobby Beech, Mike Bennett,
Cc-eil Blzilnek. Roger Boeving.
David Buvkley. vv21lll'I' Bussurt, Buddy Carey, John
Cute, Ron Cnughrnn, Bob Clement, Bruce Cole,
Frm-cl Collins, 'Ferry Comer.
Calvin Crouch. Bob Duffy, Preston Duke, Mullon
Fnireloth, H111 Flynt, Jim Foster, Roger Gziiner,
Courtland Hull-. Hurry Hatcher.
john Hicks, Ron Hieks, Bob Hines. Joe Johnson,
john Jones, john Keaton, Bob Kinton, Danny
Klutts, 'llonuny Knight.
nSpike" Lay. Joe Lothridge, Darryl Lowe, C, C.
Manson. Ray lkliller. john M. Morris, Tonuny Moss,
"Budi' Moss, Lztrry Mullendore.
Larry Ogle, Jimuiy Owen, Bill Oxley. Ed Pzlliuer,
Eddie Pzirk. Gail Puttersou, Skip Patton. Denny
Peter, Seotty Portis.
Porter Rylttncl. Alun Sehire, Bart Sniythe, Jim
Smith, jim Stewart, Mike Stringer, Dexter Sul-
livan, Stanley Sullivan, John Tanner.
Bo Thoinzxs, John Thompson, Steve Tucker, Diekey
Vance, Rusty Vzindevelde, R. R. Van Dyke, Charlie
Yolz, Ken YYucle, Larry YYhL1ley.
Phil Wfiggins, Tom Wlilloughby, Bueky VVilson,
Bobby Bevill, Ritehie Blaekerby, Bob Cliristopher,
Joe Foxull, Robert Ilzunlctt, Gil Hutcheson, Adam
Lzlnning, Doug Moore, Billy Nichols, Bob Potts,
Roger Preslar. Joe Rodgers, Buddy Rodgers, John
M. Senter, Tonnny Tisdule, Tom Vesser, Birt VVatite,
Frank YVz1tson, Boh VVright.
DELTA DELTA CHAPTER
Delta 'l'au llelta is not Llie oldest nor tlut largest ol
.Xrnerican flI'l't'li-lt'lll'I' organivations. but it is certainly
among tlu: older and larger. lt belongs distinctly to that
group nl' organizations wliieli pioneerecl tlu' way lor tlu:
army nl present-clay l'l'21lt'I'IllllL'S. and nuwre tllan one of tlu-
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'f t iuvtliinff less tlian tluw best.
f 3 AS a National Fraternity, llc-lta 'l'au llvlta, is t'IllU1'lIlQ'
its ltlltli year. Sinn- our louncling' wc' liaye grown to ninety
cliapters on tlui campuses ol' Anu-ric'a's finest vollt-gc-s aiul
universities. Delta 'l'au Delta, siiux- its louncling' on tlu- U-'l'
t'21Il1IJllS.ll2lilll1LlI'l'l1l.1013-I10lf'll lmrotlu-rluuul, lraying witlmin
. its nu-inluirslti 1 many ol' tlu- lorvinost, leaders arul u-rson-
Iwmunded: Bethany College . . l . f l
' " alituis on tlu- llill.
lilvssecl witli talent:-cl lvaclersliip. tlu- Ut-lts can lui l-Ollllll
Local Chapter Founded: 1924 in eyt-ry l'zu't't of l'niyc-rsity lille. In intraluurals. ranipus
, , Y cmfaiiiyzitioiis. and intt'r-tlraternity artiyities. we art- always
fifflvfsf Purplcv W 11110, Gold yt-ily almly 1'c'prese1itt-cl. V11 placw-'great einpliasis upon tlluv
lflowc-ri Iris t'o1u't'pt of tlut well-1'ot11iclt'cl iiuliyiclual as tlui iclval Citiyvn
Address: 150' l121UfClAVf'm1f' Vlllll'OlIQl1 tlu: work of a very l-t'I'llltx-IlllI1Clt'll social Cmn-
inittee. we llelts enjoy tlu' ultiinatt' in scu'ial lite. 'llo "keep
us eoutlif' we liayc to pay tribute- to our wmulerful liouse-
tnotlutr. Hhs. Clementine xvtllllllilll. aiul our dazzling sweet-
lutart, Kfiss Faye Lusk, a Delta Cantina. Among tlu- nuwrt-
Ilfltkllllt'l4llT1Ot't'21Sl0IlS are lllCl10lIl0COIl1lI1QBl11Sl. tlu' Pledge
Sweetlu'art llancv. tlu- Spring Luau. aiul tluf Rainbow Ball.
Lainar Ball, Presidentg Larry Shoeniiilier, Recording Seervtaryg
Charlie Hoskins, Vice-Piwsidcfnti Bailey Francis, Corresponding
Secretary: Henry Miller, vl'1'K'ZlSLll't'I'. Our New Sweetheart
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What Is It?
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YVayne Akard, Joe Ashley, Ronald Baluh, Browning
Ball, Gurth Baron. Don Bc-st. Robert Boyd, Tvlfair
Brooke, Robvrt Burch.
Gt-orge Buxton, john Chew, James Clahough, Billy
Clvments, James Conlin, Thomas Crm-d, ,loc Cunt-
inings, Jr-rry Cunningham, Larry Cunningham.
John Davis. Thoinas Davis, John Dvnton. David
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Vins, jerry Pclty, Iredriclx I'owlt r, laul Francis,
Andy Garvvrivk, Fvnton Gontry.
Billy Glass, Yfilliain Graslt-dt-r, Thomas Haga,
Kc-nncth Harvey, Jvrrc Haskcw, Ronald Hl'lII1S,
'Vance Hvndrix, Charlie Hoskins. John Hudson,
Caswf-ll Hull, Stvvvn Hunt, xhvllllam Jr-nkins, Mark
Jones. Howard Kvrr, Daniel Kraushaar, Jack
Lainhert. Prrston Lanv, Larry Larkin.
W'altcr Lvathcrwoocl, Janics L1'Dukc, Michat-l MC-
Donald. Arnold McClain, Harry Millcr, Donald
Ray Morrow. Ralph Mulhollcn. Ralph Newman,
-Iozvph Penland, Slvphon Qurnton. Larry Rccsv,
Alan Rohinvltc, Lvwis Rudisill, Robert Shclton.
Larry Sl'l0l'lIlllkf'l'. 'lioni Shoun. Bonnie- Shulvr.
J. A. Shnptrinc, Boyrc Simpson, David Sinccrliox.
R. J. Starncs, Harold Taylor, James Taylor, Roh:-rt
Thompson, Jarncs Tucker, Charles iN:igncr.
Bruce XVLIQIHT, lYilliam YN'atsOn, Gary YN'Clxl7rit'.
Shan YN'ilc'ox. Jackson lVithc-rspoon, Basil W'oll'cx
Founded: xv2lSl'lll'lgl0l1 and Lee
December 21, 1365
Local Chapter Founded: 1883
Colors: Crimson and Gold
Address: Temple Avenue
.cRoy Bihle, rl-Il'llSl11'l'I'I Randy Perry, Corresponding Secretary:
Kohn Irby. President: Bill Giddings. Yice-Presidentg Ron Smith-
held. Recording Secretary.
P I C H A P T E R
After almost a century of growth. Kappa Alpha has
eighty-one chapters throughout the nation. Kappa Alpha
Order was founded under the guiding influence of its
spiritual founder. General Rohert E. Lee. Pi Chapter at
the University of Tennessee was the second fraternity on
Homecoming and All-Sing were among the more recent
campus activities in which Kappa Alpha participated.
Kappa Alpha was active in all fraternity intranmral sports
and campus politics. Ciomnmnity service has also hcen one
of our interests and activities. Not heing one to deny scholar-
ship, KA received recognition from the Order for our scho-
lastic achievement last year.
Our participation has not heen limited to group activities
alone: individual memhers ol' KA have also achieved recog-
nition on and oll' campus. .Iohn lrhy. our president, was se-
lected for "XX'ho's XYho Among Students of American Col-
leges and L'nix'ersities" and is a memher of the Scarahbean
Senior Society. -Iohn is also a memher of Umicron Delta
Kappa. 'l'au lieta Pi. Eta Kappa Nu. and Cfircle K, Holm
Daniel. 'loin Fields. Al Fleming. liuhha Hord. and Al lrhy
are also memhers ol' Circle K. Bill Giddins is a chairman ol'
a Liniversity Center Cfonnnittee and is a inemher of Delta
Sigma Pi. lielloy Bihle is Secretary ol' Delta Sigma Pi. Holm
Vaughan is Yice-President of the Nahheeyayli Board. Tom
Budniak is Secretary of Alpha Phi Xiu and Treasurer ol
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Charles Adams, Miko Arnott, Jim Atkins, Bill Bar-
rctt, Bobby Bcthcl, Leroy Bihlc, Ron Bingham.
Culpeppsr Brooks. Torn Budniak. Jim Butlc-r, Jim
Carroll. Steve ClI'1lYt'l', Gary Curtis. Bob Dani:-l.
Tomy Elrny, Olncy England. Torn Fields, Larry
Fisher, Al Fleming, Richard Fryc. Bill Giddings.
Earl Hafcr, Steve Hagcwood, Bill Head. Arthur
Hcrinsdorfc-i'. Marshall Herron. Charles Hord. Jim
Hundlvy. Allan Irby.
John Irby, Richard Kirk, "Sonny" Knippcrs. Alan
Lindon. jim Long, Steve Loring. Russ Mziranc.
Jack Miller. John Morris. Alan Nagy, Gil Ncger-
dank, Gt-orgt: Nichols, Randy Pc-rry, Bob Pcttit,
Ralph Rott-rmund. Jim Sack, Larry Sandcrs, Mike
Sanders. Dave Shepard, Larry Sims. Dave Smith.
Allen Str-phans, Dave Strand, Dick Tomchcy, Dave
Twccdic, Bob Vaughan, Brian Wantling, Alan
VVight. john NN'oodcock.
La rry Young
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Founded: University of Yirginia
December 10, 1869
Local Chapter Founded: May ll, 1880
Colors: Scarlet, Wfhite, and Ilnnerald Green
Flower: Lily of the Valley
Address: 1730 Melrose Place
'lierrv Smith, Secretary: Bruce Young, lst Vice-President: Bill
Shawn, Qnd Xr'vlCl'-P1'L'SldL'lltQ Richie Thompson, President: Jim Grif-
Kappa Sigma has alwavs been a leader in campus ac-
tivities, and last year was no exception. lN'e won the All-Sing
Large Group and Carnicus trophies: we placed liourth in
Hornecomingg and we took third place in intramurals. Start-
ing out right this year, we placed second in Homecoming.
llue to an extensive program of community service. we re-
ceived tlie Operation Brotherhood Award from our Na-
ln addition to our outstanding group achievements.
Kappa Sigma has several distinguished individuals again
this vear. Richie 'llhompson and Bill Rlivne are memlmers of
Scaralihean Senior Societv. Blickev Nardo was elected to
Omicron Delta Kappa and received their award lor Out-
standing Sophomore. Kliclvev is Chairman of the lfniversitv
Center. and lim Gillen is chairman of its Pulilieitv fiom-
mittee. -lim also serves as Nlilitarv Editor of the YOLUN-
TEER. 'l'ommv lit-ek was Treasurer of the lnterlraternitv
Council and the L'niversitv's representative to the National
Intertiraternity Convention. Tommy and 'l'errv Smith serve
on the Vol cheerleading squad, of which 'l'onuuv is Ciaptain.
'llerrv is also Vice-President of the Circle K Cilulmr On the
Orange and W'l1ite are lion Palmer, Editor-in-CThief. and
Hank live. Sports Editor, Don and Hank serve as Yice-
President and President of Sigma llelta Cllii. respectively.
Il 'IHA1 DOIN 'I BEAT ALL
N I ION GLNII I NI
FM, wr, u1nN"1' no AM
Edward Acree, Franklin Alden, Robert Archer,
George Baily, Herbert Berry, Joseph Bishop, Wil-
liam Bloyer, David Bowen, Charles Bower, Wil-
liam Brandon, Edward Brewer.
Willizirn Britt, Joseph Broomer, Robert Busey,
Jack Bush, Andrew Cofferky, Charles Cottrell,
Charles Crawford, Joseph Crosslin, Clyde Cross-
well, Lewis Dickson, Howard Douglass.
John Douglass, Thomas Dupree, Henry Dye, Clin-
ton Eskew, Clay Faulkner, William Flenister, Ron-
ald Flinn, James Formosa, Ray Franconi, Kenneth
Franklin, Robert French.
Timothy Garner, Charles Garrison, John Garrison,
William Gibbs, James Giffen, Andy Goither, Rich-
ard Gossett, Joseph Graham, Charles Greenblatt.
John Groseclose, Samuel Hall.
Lynnwood Hamilton, Harry Hammontree, Ho-
ward Harlan, Joseph Harriman, Charles Harris.
Charles Henderson, Frank Hobbs, William Huff,
John Humphrey, James Hamison, Turner Jones,
Cliff Johnson, Michael Kavanough, William Kel-
ley, David Kelley, Patrick Kelley. Carl Kennon,
Herb Kneeland, Glenn Koogler, Frank Krouse,
Wfilburn Layman, Thomas Leek, Fred Lewis,
James Lewis, John Marcy, William Martin, Wil-
liam Massa. Robert McIntyre, Martin Migliorc,
WVilliam Miller, Scott Moyers.
Craig Norton, James Owen, Rex Palmer, William
Parrott, Robert Patterson, William Paul, Ish
Payne, Courtney Pearre, Marvin Phillips, William
Pledge, James Porter.
William Potter. Lee Price. Thomas Quantrille,
Roy Ragan, William Rentenback, William Rhune,
Robert Rodgers, Burton Roble, Malcolm Saxon,
Philip Scarborough, James Shawn.
William Shawn, Edward Shobe, John Shuttles-
worth, Clifton Smith, Terry Smith, Campbell
Sowell, Page Stanley, Vfilliam Stokeley, James
Suttle, Donald Swafford, W'illaford Swan.
Ival Thomas, Charles C. Thompson, Charles D.
Thompson, Richard Thompson, Joseph Thoresen,
Joseph Thornton. Perry Tomlin, Frederick Trot-
ter, David Waldrop, Phillip Wallace, Williams
Dana Wolfe, Ira Young, Torn Webster, Roy Wilk-
ins, Bob VVinger.
Robert Bindy, George, Buchanan, Harvey Corley,
John Downey, Jerry Ensley, William Flinn, Ander-
son Gaither, Hugh Guthrie, Charles Hall, Ronald
Harrison, Thomas Helton, Jan Heykeep, William
Humphrey, Wendel Jackson, Richard Ladd,
Richard Leatherwood, Bob Maddin, Robert Martin.
Charles Minton, John Nardo, Aubrey Needham,
Franklin Norton, Hershel Peek, Preston Phelps,
Carl Raglin, lylichael Raulston, James Seull, Carl
Smith, James Steinman.
Founded: Boston University
NON'l'Il1llCl' 2, 1999
Local Cllautcr Founded: March 19, 1932
Colors: Purple. Grccn, and Gold
lfloucr: White Rose
Addrcss: 931 South 17th Street
1 .Xudas, Pri-sidrnt: Rolmt-y Brown, vl1I't'1ISUI't'l'.
iann H, YYilson, S1-c1't'lz11'x'1 Rirltaid Brunxfivld, Yin- l,I't'SlL14Ill
EPSILON-OMICRON ZETA CHAPTER
Alu-r starting tllv yt-ar oll 112111 with an vxcc-llciit plvdgc
class ol' 55 top IIICII. Larnbda Cll1i's startvd to work on the
lxonu-coniing float. which linislicd a vvry strong' fourth.
During tllc prcvions ll1l'L'C years. Lambda Clli placed Iirst
twicc and second once in 110IIll'COIIl1Ilg lloat competition.
XYC also placed lonrtli in Carnicns in 1962.
Always strong in lntrannn':1ls, Lainlmda Chi last your won
the l-ratcrnity lntrznnural cllli1IIlIDlOI1Sl1lIJ, Out to rc-tain the
troplly. wa' havc so lar this yuar won thc- vollvyball Chain-
'flu' first party ol' tlic- year was 1110 annual lxayridt- and
l'lt-clgc--Activc football QLUIIP. wlnicli the activcs won 18-0.
Otlicr social c-vents include tlu- Plvdgc llancv. thc "Gay
Nint-tic-s" party. tllc Circsccnt liall, and a party at locka-
lvcclicc, lam-sidvs many informal partir-s in tlic 1101150 and in
Llllllliilll Cllli Alpha llas its sltarv ol' cainpus leaclvrs.
lilcctvd to "Wl1o's Xvllflu and to SC'21l'l1l7lJl'2lIl wvrc lion Frcc-
nlan and llicliard Morris. who, along' with Mirkvy Nlnrpliy.
are inc-inlmt-rs ol' Oinirron llvlta Kappa. Pri-sidvnt of
and ol' Circlc- K is lllfllilfll Xlorris, wliilm- Lloyd Stanlvy is
Sm-Crvtary of laotli organivations, .lolmny .lolms is a Lt.
Qiolonvl in Al"RO'l'Cf, Pctl' Von Elton is a Clll't'l'lC2Ltli'1',
Fri-slnnan .'Xdx'isor. and is Sccrotary ol the N8ll1l0f'f'Z1y'l1
lioarcl: Hall 1vUI'lll1HQ'1UI1 is St'i'1'C12ll'Y ol' IFC.
We Beat The Pledges
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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
Will ll Win L'
Robert Adams, Phil Anderson. George Andrews,
William Andrews, Charles Aplin. David Arwood,
joe Atchison. Jainvs Audas. Garry Barriger. Wil-
jack Brown. ,Iamvs E, Brown. james R. Brown.
John Brown. Richard Brumficld, Bill Dalvt-rt. How-
ard Chambttrs, jim Chostnutt, David Clonts. Jvrry
Bill Dollar. Barry Douglas, Larry Dowd. Chuck
Dun. Charlrs Foppiano. Keith Fort. jerry Foster,
Bill Garvvy. David Civc-n. Don Goodman.
Ronnie Graham, Bill Grcvn, Bill Hammond. Foster
Hampton, Buddy Hatvhvr, Stephen Hcndrieks,
john Hilton. Doug Hinvs. Harold Holt. John Hop-
Frcclvrifk Huniphrcys. .lohn Johns, 'l'homas johns.
David Johnson. Phil johnson, YVilliam Jonvs, Bruvt'
Kelley. Stvvv Kipatrit'k. David Klarhurg. P1-te Loh-
Edwin Loughry. Jerry Lowery. Daniel Mcllown.
jamc-s MCDanic'l. K4-nncth Mt'Donald. Don Mit-
Govcrn. Gcrald McLaughlin, Lawrt-ncc McMahon,
Robert Niangruni. Jainvs Mayo.
Bob Miles. Joi- h'iiIt'ill'll. Ray Moorv. Ronnie
Moore. Richard Morris. Louis Mulsand. Gary
Myvrs. W'illiain Nvlms, Tom Nicholson. Dale Oakvy.
Ch-n U'Ncil. Douglas Parker, ,lorry Parker. David
Parrvttvr. Bill Perry. Eli Prttit, Phil Phelps. Pat
Ponipht-ry. Stew-n Ramsey. Hugh Rirhmond,
Churehill Roberts. ,lanivs St. john, Mike Saliha.
Ed Schmidt. Larry Sitx, William Skelton, Rockvy
Soderhurg. William Stanley. Robvrt Stovall. Larry
Larry Thiraway. Ralph Turley, W'illiam 'I'urlt'y.
Larry Vance. Pet:-r Von Elton, Robert Walton.
Daniel YN'atc'r1nf-it-r, Paul Whito. Ray Wilson. Wil-
Tommy Almquist. Rusty Barncs. RCDilCl'l Batsou.
Alan Broadwatvr. Richard Clark, Larry David.
Fred Drake. Sonny Duggan, jim Ciilhreatli. Hugh
Hcrkinan, Leonard Hohhs. John Kreney. lkr:
Lark:-y, Ronald Ln-cpcr. Charles lNI4'Guric. Tcrry
O'Nara, William Perry. Jonathan Quarlvs. ,loc
Romans, Johnny Smith, Charles Sorsby, Charles
Sutton. David Van Fleet. Larry VValkcr, Larry
Wfatson. Tom VVilliams.
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Founded: jeiferson College, Cannonsburg, Pa.
April 22, 1818
1,111-al chapter founded: Apri
Colors: Royal Purple
171o11er: Purple Clematis
Address: 1801 Me1r11se Place
KAPPA TAU CHAPTER
Kappa Tau 11hapt1-r ol' Phi G81111112i 131-1ta. the L'r1ix'e1'sity
111' Vl1l'I1I1t'SSGCiS FI'211l'l'I111.y of the XYUZII' for 1962-63, 1JL'Q21I1
1111- past SCTIOO1 V1-ar wit11 a change 111 housing sites. This rt--
tlll11'l'C1 a working Cl121lJ1CI' 1iI'011l 1111- Iirst to r1-1110111-1 1111-
111-w house C111I'1I1Q work week.
11111911 1-a111e rush w1-1-11. which saw thc- Fijis p11-dgc -111 of
1111- top 1'r1-5111111-11 1111 t'11I1lIJ11S. This was 1'o11owe11 by 111-11-1'1'1-11
rush. 111111 S1-ve-ral 111-w p11-dues.
Social Service work. 2111 activity whi1'h has netted the Phi
Cams three trophies 111 the last four years, oecupic-11 1I1llC11
ti1111- 11111'ir1g a11 111I'l'0 l11l21I'1C1'S. Early ho11o1's which 1ra1111-
to th1- 1iI'Ei1C1'I111y this year were two IIlt'1111JC1'S of 1N'1111's
Who in .AIHCITCZIH 1211111-Q1-s and L'r1ix'1-rsiti1-S a1111 two 1111-111-
111-rs of 0111111-011 171-1ta Kappa. 11-11111-1's11ip 1lOI1OI'2i1'y.
111 other CZIIIIIJIIS ac-tixities. t111- Fijis 11ad 11111111111-rs 111
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T HE CARNICUS CREW
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PHI GAMMA DELTA
Tom Adkisson, Grady Arnold, Clyde Austin, Garner
Bailey, Dave Bilbrey, Eddie Billmrey, Jim Bohannon.
David Braekin. Ronald Brown,
Miekey Cormack. Robert Carringer. Charles Car-
ter, Michael Cate, Edward Chase, Donald Chune.
Steve Clonts. Alvin Connelly. Joe Cook.
Third . Row:
Wayne Colley. Parker Curtis. John Daniels.
Charles Danner. Frederick Dearing. Hoyt Denton.
Fred Diekey. Charles Dobson. William Dooley.
Edward Duncan. Grayson Eddy. James England.
Jeffrey Errvin, Anthony Fish, Harry Forbes. Carl
Galyon. Tom Gardner. Douglas Goddard.
Joseph Gorman. Arthur Grisham. Ernest Gualano,
Leonard Guekert, David Hall, Charles Hardin, Da-
vid Harrill. Jan Harvill. Terry Haupt.
Brown Hawley. Andrew Heiskell, James Hollis.
Gary Honaker. Roger Jackson. B. Jones. Robert
Kidd. David King. James Kline.
Lowry Kline. Stone Hyker, Kenman Lay. Ray-
mond Lewis, James Martin, Samuel Melnturfli. Da-
vid MeLain. Donald MeMahan, John Moore.
Marlin Mosby. Richard Newport. Frank Pate.
James Perry. John Pesterfield, James Phillips.
Stephen Powell. John Pressly, Richard Pressly.
James Prcsswood, George Priee, Joseph Rader,
Roger Riley, Robert Savage. Jaek Sharp, lylael-1
Sharp. W'illiam Slautterhaek, Charles Snodgrass.
Douglas Sutton. Raymond Thaeh. John Thomson.
Dalton Townsend, Charles Tueker, Thomas Wagg-
goner. Glarenee Walker. Bill Webb, David White.
'llOII1 Barnett, Boh Beever. Jaek lrion, Tommy
Lionart, Aaron Masters. Seott McDonald. Frank
Meflinley, W'illiam Rich, Stephen Robinson.
Edward Sisk. Tom Smith. James Speneer. Kendrad
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Founded: lNIZlSSZlCllllSCflS Agricultural College
l.oeal Chapter Founded: Mzlrelt 15, N25
Colors: Silver :und lxII1gCI1l2l
Flower: Red Carnation
Address: l30l Laurel Avenue
Bill Chztlbley, Xlll'F-Pl'l'Sldt'IltQ Dun Collninn
lin, Trextsurer: Don Smithers, President.
See retax ry: John NI C-
XI DEUTERON CHAPTER
Since Plti Sigma Kappa was founded on tlle C. T. cann-
pus. it has grown in meinbersliip. eanipus znetivitiei, social
lile. Campus publiezttions. and politics.
Xi lJeuteron's tznne lor outstanding ZICCUIIlIJllSllIIlCI1l5 in
interlvrzxternity Competition was further recognized last year
by entering' in every eznnpus function, wliile Citations of
merit K'OlIlHll'IIlOl'illlI1Q not only our leuclersliip. but also our
uc'c'ele1'z1teLl seliolustie 2lC'lllt'X'l'II1t'I1fS luevoild the ull-inenis
averagfe. poured in from nzrtional regions everywliere.
Serving as the lenders ol' our liI'11lCI'I1lly for this year ure:
Ken Reel. President: lion Srnitlm. Yiee-President: Roger
Qlennc. Secretary: .Iohn Xleliain. 'lreztsurerz llieliurcl lien-
cler. Sentinel. and Perry Huyntore. Inductor. Other out-
standing' Phi Sigs on ezunpus inelucle lion Smith. President
ol' tlle lIllVI'-liI'2ill'l'Illly Couneil. 'll0I'C'lllJl'Z11'l'I'. XYl1o's lYl1o.
Sc'111'z1lJlJeu11. OUR. Cirrle K5 Ken Ru-l. cllllllflllilll ol' llll'
'llOl'l'l1 Politieztl l,2ll'lS'. lYl1o's lYl1o. OIJK. lileetion Coni-
IIll5NlOI1t'l'1 Colemztn Klellulliee. lleltzt Sigma Pi Business
lioztrd. All Students Council. UIJK. and Sc'z11'alJlnez1n: lien-
ton Smitli. Citi-Clllllflllllll of All Sing. SGA Representzxtive.
OIJK. Zlllil lllt' ,-'Xrnolcl Air Soefetyl 'lioni Boggs. varsity'
lt'llt'I'IllllIl. N11lllll'l'Y2lYll lioztrcl and .'xilllXX'2lyl1l. and 'lint
Maples who is Manager ol the Orange and W'hite. Our
llUIlOI'2il'Y lrztternztl eitutions total tilts-en.
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James Avriett, Drury Bagwell, Michael Bamberg,
Thomas Barr, James Blaek, William Blaekmon,
Thomas Boggs. Edmond Bolt, Charles Brown.
Edward Burklow. Skeet Burris. Daniel Butler,
Conley Carter, Royce Cates, WN'illiam Chambley,
John Chandler. Herbert Collins, Miehael Cook.
Raymond Davenport, James Dench-r, Thomas Di
Giovanni, Donald Duke. John Duke, Thomas
Elsea, Richard Evans, XYillia1n Fendley. James
William Fry. David Fulghani, Thomas Cullee.
James Hatmaker, VVilliain Hawkins, Perry Hay-
more. Paul Hedge. James Hendleman, Raymond
Richard Holland. John Holly. Calvin Howard.
Dean Humphreys, Stanley Hunley. Michael Jaek.
Roger Jenne, Robert Kammerud, Jerry King.
Jerry Kirksey, Calvin Lehew, Charles Lindsay,
David Livingston. kvillllllll MeCharen. Daniel Mc'-
Cord, John Mt'Kain. James Maples. Lamar Mar-
Gene Mills, George Morton, John O'Neil, Jerry
Overton, Dennis Owens, Kenneth Owens, Ronald
Pate. Kenneth Reel. Riehard Roach.
John Roberts, John Seay, John Simonton, Benton
Smith. Donald Smith, Donald Smithers, lVarren
Spahr. Leon Stribling. David Stump.
Gordon Templeton, Paul Tharpe, John Tiele,
Richard Tipton, Ralph Trout, Robert Van Voorhis,
James XNv8llK"1'. Ceorge Walls, David Wheeler.
Albert YN'ilheln1. Norman Hlilkerson. Albert lVitt.
William Bentley, Darryl Carr, James Davis, lyliehel
Diana, John Evans, Daniel Kaufman, Jerry Kyle,
Richard Lundquist, Coleman MeDuFfee, Nicholas
Niekolson, Jerry Reagan. Jay Stanley, Haymole
Vaughn, Donald Yvillianis.
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Local Chapter lfoundc-d: Nlay 20,
Colors: Garnct and Gold
liloxscr: Lily of the Yallcy
Address: H300 Mclrosc Place
Holi lNIt'l'lu-rson, 'lil't'LlhL1l'CI'I Bill Nlarks, Pit-dw Nfastt-rg Ciliarlit-
Nou-l, Pr:-sid:-nt: Roclgt-r Phillips. St-t'rt-tary: La rry Svliradt-r. Yin--
Sinct- fc-ta Ciliaptt-r ol Pi Kappa
at tlu- Llnivt-rsity ol' 'lic-nncsst-t-. it
.Xlplia was liounclm-cl lu it
has lu-1-n an otitstanclini
vxainplt- of tlu- fratt-rnity program and tlu-
avtivitit-s programs on tlu- "Hill.'
Pi Kappa Alpha lias tlu- doubli-
tlu- olclc-st liratt-rnitx' on tlug 1'-'l' cz
ing' tlu- iirst lioust- luiilt spccitically
From tliis brit-l' cliscription of
woiult-r what sort ol' lratt-1-nity Pi
liounclt-cl on a national liasis by six
distinction oli. first. lu-inf
xmptis, and, st-concl, oxxn
as a frat:-rnity rt-sitlt-rut
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Kappa Alplia is, lt xx
c-loso lyric-ncls in orclcr
placc- tlu-ir frit-nclsliip on a uliiriiu-r and more lasting basis
Siiux- tliat tinu- tlu- lratt-rnity lias
tion witli ont- lnuulrccl tliirty-t-ig
fnitt-cl Statt-s. Nc-vt-r is a man mor
a Ililuf Clliaptc-r.
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grown into an OI'Ql1Ill7l
lit c-liaptt-rs 'ill ou-r tlu
1- tlian a clay's driu- lirc
llu- national lratt-rnity ot li Kappa .-Xlplia. witli Att
Ctliaptc-r no t-we-ption. places arc-at c-inpliasis upon all lac-1 s
ol t-anipus 1u't1x'1tx' stu-li as lcaclt-rslnp. atlilt-tu-s. antl, Ilitlst
important ol' all. sicliolarsliip.
l i Kappa .-Xlplia lias sliown its cainptis lm-aclc-rsliip intl-rc
in nu-mlu-rs stu-li as llaxul lltirliart. tlu- rtirrt-nt Pri-sitltnt
ol tlu- sc-mor Class. and a incinlu-r oli llvlufs
ln atlilt-tus. tlu- Plkt- nicnilu-rs liavt- lu-c-n most avtixt
rt-rm-ntlx' in trac-lx. Ltirrt-nt brotlu-rs wlio liau- rt-pri-sr-nttcl
tlu- Yol tliinclacls art- llill Lawltins. liill lit-allc-. llavicl llllllx
liart. Clliarlit- Now-l. and Bob MciNm-t-s.
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PI KAPPA ALPHA
Bill Allen. Bob Atkin. john Banta. Jim Bass, Bill
Ball. Jiin Blackburn, Alan Blair, Jerry Bouchillon.
Stanley Bowden, Robert Brooks, Bob Bullcn, David
Burkhart. Rhett Burton. Bill Cameron, Stewart
Carnes, Charles Chronsniak.
Ln-e Denton, Toni Dutl, Mike Grisard, Don Hand.
lklelvin Harris. Richard Hawk. Bill Hetzler. David
Charles Houston, H. C. johnson, Bill Jones. Buster
Kiser, Bill Lawkins, Torn Lawson. Tom R. Law-
son. Pat Lee.
Bill Mackey. Bill Nlarks, Doug Matthews, Ken
Mc'Donald, Boli McNees, Bob McPherson, Bob
Mr-nehhofer, Fulton Moore.
Bill Morgan, Ted Myrick, Charles Novel, john
Pearson, Mare Pellegrino, Bob Petty, Mike Phe-
bus, David Proctor.
Newman Rossie, Larry Schrader, Russ Sniiltneiks,
Richard Stager, Vin Swasey, David Turner, Eddie
Thompson, Bill Thornaton.
Bob Wallace, Garry Wallace, Joe Wanek, David
Weidner. Jim Whittaker. Noell Y'Vilson, Jack
Lee Beanian, John Crockett, Frank Fulton, Bill
Haffner, Bill Harrison, Donald Hendrickson, Paul
Lintner, Bill Lowber, john Moore, Roger Phillips,
Paul Rupp, Russ Shelley, Charles Storey.
TENNESSEE KAPPA CHAPTER
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CHAMP SWIMMING PFAM
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILO
Up and Over
,lim Bailey, David Barr, Bubba Beale, Phil Berg,
Lee Bettis, Edwin Blakemore. Pete Blanton. Brooks
Brann, Jimmy Bryan, Jack Caldwell.
Hal Canary. Bob Carney. George Clawson. Joel
Clements, Bill Cowan, David Creekmore, Jeff
Daniel. Malone Daugherty. Phil Daycs. Robin Day.
Mann Drumheller. YN'arner Dunlap, Jimmy Dunn,
Bob Eldridge, Bill Euhank, VVillie Eyersole. Hugh
Faust. Lewis Foster, Jim Garner. John Garner.
Bruce Gianotti. Frank Cianotti. Jim Gieselmann.
Dickie Gillespie, Charles Green. John Graybeal.
Jim Gunn, Ron Guthrie. Phil Hackney, Morris
Henry Harding, Ray Harness, john llarris, iylark
Ilarris. Joe Harrison. Bill Hendon. WVard Hendon,
Mike Henry, John Hodgson, Charlie Huddleston.
Dennis Jacobs. Bill Johnson, Bob Kassem. Tim
Keller. Allen Kenny. jim Keras. John Key. Tom
Kilpatrick, Ron Kirkland. Felix Laughlin.
John Laughlin. Ned Laughlin. George Lowe. Rob-
ert Mainord. Harvey hlarcorn, Charles Nlatthews,
,lim Matthews, Claxton Mayo. Ed Mcgklistcr.
Matthew McClellan. Newton Metcalf. Joe Miller,
Frank Murtaugh, Bill Muse, Doug Newton, Eddie
Parrot. Bob Patrick, Tom Poo, Eddie Register.
Campbell Ridley, Toby Roberts. Bob Samples. Tom
Shipman, Richard Sinclair, Mike Stone, Charles
Sullivan. Joe Tagg. Charles Teasley, Bill Thomas.
Bill Thompson. John Threadgil, Charles Webb.
Cole Wilder, Tim W'illiams, Jimmy Willingham,
Jack YVillis. Bob Withers, Henry YVood. Alex
Linton Young. Pat Younger.
Cuerye Alspaugh, Phil Berg, Dave Biyians. Bobo
Bradshaw. Rusty Brashear. Ken Christenbcrry. Hal
Clements, Claude Crawford, Robert Eehols, Park
Ellis, Bob English, John Evans, Sam Cary, lioyl
Cill, Larry Goode. Dick Herranen. Tom Keen.
.lack Kennedy, Bruce Nlattox, lylike Palmer.
BETA SIGMA CHAP
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Saturday Night Combo Party
Bobby Baker, jimmy Bankston, Ted Barber, Dean
Barger, Bob Beals, Don Berry, Richard Binkley,
Archer Bishop. Brad Bittle, Bill Blevins. Bob Boles.
Dick Bowles. Ken Bomar, Bob Brandon, Danny
Bridges, Ross Brudenell. Bob Buckner, Jim Buck-
ner, Gerald Burns, Alex Campen, Steve Causseanx.
Hal Claiborne. Ben Coiley, Tom Collins, Ronnie
Cox, Bob Crabtree, Jim Grossman, Ed Dauch, Joe
Davidson, Tom Davis, Tommy Deane, Dickie
Tom Dillard, Pat Downey, Ronnie Downey, Duane
Dunlap, Bill Earnest, Chuck Edwards, Newton
Emerson, Norman Estep, Jim Farnham, Edgar
Faust, Carl Flair.
Jeff Fletcher, Steve Forshay, David Foy, Boyd
Francis, Rhitt Fraser, Bob Garrett, Mark Green-
Held, Don Grob, Jim A. Hall, Jim E. Hall, Jim
Bob Hale. Jerry Hamby. Bobby Hardin, Don Har-
ris, Ronnie Hart, Keith Hastings. Steve Heath.
Lloyd Heidtke, Harry Hcpler. Robert Hill, Shelton
Parks Hitch, Bill Hodges, Bill Hovis, Davis Hume.
Harris Humphreys, Don jackson. Ewin Jenkins.
Ricky Johnson. David S. Jones. Fred Jones, Ed
Ronnie Knight. Luke Lea, Reg Lewis, Jay Livings-
ton, Noel Long. Jim Loy, Frank McCalla, Bob
McConkey. Conn McConnell. George McGoldrich.
Ralph Massengill, Joe Matlock, Jim Mattern, Bob
Mifflin, Sam Miller, Ronnie Molloy, Bill Mont-
gomery. Johnny Morgan, Bill Mott. Bruce Mulkey.
Durham Myers, Loch Neely, Danny Nolan, Greg
U'Conner. Bobby Ogdin, Art U'Neil, Steve Ollard,
Bobo Olson. joe Parrott, O'Henry Porter. Jack
Dick Puryear, Claude Rainer. Sam Ramer. Jack
Ransom, Mike Rawdon, Don Ray, Meredith Rice.
Mark Rudisill. Joe Russell. Ricky Russell, Larry
Dickie Sharp, Buzz Sienkneeht. Tom Siler, Richard
Stair, Ralph Stevens, Rusty Suiter, Hugh Sullivan,
Dick Taylor. Ralph Thornbnry. Scott Trimble.
John Van Mol, Bill Wade, Bobby WValker. Bill
VVells, Paul VVilliamson, Harry W'ood. Bill Wiord.
Terry Basista, Chuck Dyche, Bennet Graham. Jack
Horner, Lawrence House, Bill Keith, Dean Moore,
A-221 fi, M'
Founded: Virginia Military lnstitutc
Local Chapter Founded: May 13, 1921
Colors: Black, Gold, and Wliitc
Flower: White Rose
Address: 900 South 17th Street
ill Robinson. Prcside-nt: B. Downing. 'l rt-gisurr-r: Xlat' tlurtis.
Q haplain: Ed Lynn. Vim'-l'i't:siclcxit: Bob Clary, Svcrcltary,
EPSILON ETA CHAPTER
'lihtx thru- young mon who founded Sigma Xu wt-rt'
trainvd in thc tradition oil honor. 'l'hf'y plvdgvd lllCll1St'lX't'S
"to livlieyt' in tht- lilc- of loyc, to walk in the way of honor,
and to scryt- in tht: light of truth." From this Lt-gion ol'
Honor haw- grown the one hundrvd and thirty chaptc-rs.
nation-widt: of Sigma Nu. Nationally, it is always among
tht: top fratc-rnitivs in incmburship and cndowmcnt. Among
Epsilon Eta Cl121IJ1t'l'.S outstanding alumni art' Rt'pres0nt1t-
tire: Howard llakcr, Major Gvnvral lYilliam fl. lflakvr.
fl:-orgia 'Foch football roach Bobby Dodd. and News-Sem
tinel Sports Editor 'l'om Siler.
Epsilon Eta Chaptvr is c'urrt:ntly working on plans for tht-
nt-xr fraternity housf- to bc built as soon as thc- L'niycrsity
giyc-s its approval. Epsilon Eta's social ralvndar featurt-s
such annual "blasts" as the Dog Patch Party. tht- Roaring
20's Party, and tht- crowning cw-nt ol' tht- yvar. thv XX'hitt-
Rost- Formal. 'l'ht- lirothvrs ol' Sigma Nu dominated tht-
intramural tirruit. winning most of the: titlt's wltilt- striving
to rt-tain tht: Orange- Lcaguv trophy. Epsilon Eta Chaptt-r
has worlwd lor at bvttvr uniyvrsity through Clirclt- li.
Nahht-t-yayli. SGA. IFC, and Studc-nt Forum organizations.
'l'ht' fraternity is wt-ll rcprckscnwd in thc honorary fratvrni-
tit-s of Phi Eta Sigma. Eta Kappa Nu. Pi 'l'au Sigma. llc-lta
Sigma Pi. llvlta Xu Alpha. iliau llvta Pi. Sigma Pi Sigiua.
Umicron lit-lta Kappa. Campus Exccutiws Cilub. and Act'
AND WHATS YOU R NAME?
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VUL? ARIS DOING IT ALI, WRONG
John Bolton, Robert Burton, Grady Clark, William
Cole, A. B. Coleman, William Cook, Jerry Cooper.
William Crudup, Mae Curtis, Harry Daves, Ollice
Davis, Brendan Downing, Michael DuBois, Robert
Duane Graddy, Robert Gray, Paul Harmon, Paul
Heird, William Hesson, Robert Hester, James
James Hill, Robert Holden. Lawrence Hornsby,
Russell Houser, David Lee, David Lee, Dee Line-
Gary Long, John Love, Henery Lyles, William
Lynn, Charles Miller, Horace Moore, Thomas
Chester Murrin, Estur Newton, James Perkinson,
Larry Perry, Bill Robinson, Mitchell Roden, John
Robert Sehnell, John Scott, Robert Scott, Charles
Sharpe, Grant Spencer, Michael Standinger, Larry
Everett Thomas, Hollis Tidwell, John Tindztll, Da-
vid VVachtel, W'ayne VVilliaIns.
Jerry Daniel, James Greene, George Hardwick,
lfounded: University of Richmond
November 1. 1901
Local Chapter Founded: May 29, 1913
Colors: Purple and Red
Flower: American Beauty Rose and Violets
Address: 1016 Nlelrose Avenue
Roy Kerr, Vice-President: Nlarlx Millis, Recorder:
Secretary: -It-rry Wilson, President.
TENNESSEE ALPHA CHAPTER
Near the turn ol' the century. twelye men formed the
Saturday Night Club which was later to become the mother
chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. Since that time
the brotherhood has grown 60.000 strong in more than 160
chapters scattered across the nation and has taken its place
aint-fri the top ten national college fraternities. A home-
eoni tg banquet this spring will mark the fiftieth anni-
versquy ol' the chapter.
Sag lips are active in all phases ol' campus lilie. The Golden
Heaft. a symbol ot' the brotherhood. is to be found in all
places where great men and women gather-tap rooms.
apartments. car seats. Um' social life includes a Spring'
Feyljst Party in the Smokies Cbring your own springst. a
1Yil:l-West Frontier Party. our annual Cinderella Ball. and
a l'?.oaring Yliwenties Party, in addition to weekly get-
togethers in the casual atmosphere ol' the Shebeen. all cal-
culated to alleyiate the pressure ol' school lilie,
Our home on Klelrose Avenue is farthest west ol' any ol'
the liratenrity houses on campus. and we pride ourselves in
the tact that we are contributing' to the westward expansion
ol' the Lvniyersity.
'lllll' Sig Ep Red lloor. a fraternity symbol across the
United States. has been the victim more than once ot' mis-
chicyous intentions. but now. as eyer. it always remains
Sl'E's Good Service
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Bill Allen, Dave Ammonette, Wayne Anderson, Don
Baker, Dick Beaver, Buzz Binkley, Bill Blanchard,
John Booker, Harry Borders, Tom Brailliar.
Mike Brown, John Case, Frank Chance, Joel Clif-
ton, Ron Cockran, Bill Cooksey, Mike Craft, Jerry
Cruther, Jerry Daniels, John Daves.
Jim David, Drew Davis, Jim Dean, Lee Dodds,
Ken Ethridge, Tom Evans, Norman Fineh, Dave
Foster, Tom Goodman, Paul Hansen.
Bob Henry, Gene Horner, Bob Hovis, Tom Hughes,
Spike Hupker, Tom Hurt, Joe Jachette, Jim Jen-
nette, Larry Jones, Tommy Jorden.
lvlike Kennedy, Roy Kerr, Wally Lee, Fred
Lehman, Carl Liggett, Jeff Linden, Howard Lip-
man, John Long, Marvin Lubin. Tom Lusk.
Bruce MeBratney. Bill MeConkey, Mike McMa-
hon, Ernie Mathis, John Miller, Mark Millis,
Robert Moon, Buzz Moon, John Mowery, Dave
George Natl, Pat U'Banno, Larry Partain, Leon
Partain, Nick Paulos, John Perry, Jeff Peterson.
Lee Peterson, Martin Read, Bob Rhea.
Paul Robinson, Charles Ross, Earl Sadler, Karl
Sammons, Sam Senlelle, Dick Sehmus, Bill Shu-
mate, Audie Sisk, Arnold Smith, Karl Smith.
Andy Stallings, Bill Sullivan, Perk Thornton, Mort
Trew, J. C. Tucker, Roy Twiste, Bill Tyler, Charlie
VValker, Cliff WValters, Dick Weiss,
Jerry White, John WVilkins, Jimmy Wilkinson,
George Winegar, Jerre VVilson, Jim Wright,
Dennis Beal, Jerry Durham, Jim Falcon, Harold
Hartlieb, Dick Lillie, John Nichols, Wilson Paiter,
Dennis Simone, Tony Walton.
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Founded: City College of New York
December 29, 1898
Local Chapter Founded: April 28, 1942
Colors: Light Blue, White, Gold
Address: 932 South 17th Street
Lester Rosenbloom, Vice-Presidentg Danny Weiss, Historiang Rich-
ard Caen, Treasurerg Mickey Salomon, Secretaryg Ira Fenton,
ALPHA NU CHAPTER
Alpha Nu of Zeta Beta Tau is one of the 53 active chap-
ters of one of the nation's top-ranking fraternities. On "the
Hilli' Z B T lives up to its national ranking.
The first chapter was founded at City College of New
York on December 29, 1898. Later that year chapters were
also formed at Columbia and New York Universities.
Since its founding at the University of Tennessee in
1942, Zeta Beta Tau has been recognized as one of the
most outstanding fraternities on campus. Through the
years Alpha Nu has remained on the top in almost all
facets of Greek life.
Probably the most noted of all Z B T activities are its
social functions. The parties at the house are known and
frequented by nearly every Greek on campus.
Officers for the 1962-1963 school year are: Ira Fenton,
Presidentg Lester Rosenbloom, Vice-Presidentg Richard
Caen, Treasurerg Micky Solomon, Secretaryg Danny Weiss,
Pledge officers are: Steve Hershman, Presidentg Richard
Golden, Vice-Presidentg Martin Greenberg, Secretary-
Bernie Blen, Howard Bluhni,
Rivhard Caen, Gilbert Cohen.
Ronnie Cooper, Danny Farber,
Ira Fenton, Richard Colden.
Martin Greenberg, Steve Hersh-
man, Harvey Inden, Richard
Ira Lichterman, Richard Mar-
chard, Richard Reinhardt, Carl
Lester Rosenbloom, John Roth-
berg, Allan Schwartz, Mike
Ben Smith, Howard Spvvtur,
Todd Stein, Lester Taubc.
Burton Weil, Danny Wlcis. Jer-
Founded: University of Missouri,
April 5, 1905
Local Chapter Founded: November 7, 1959
Colors: White, Green, and Gold
Flower: Sunburst Rose
Address: 1733 West Clinch Avenue
Jim Passmore, Secretary, Gene Withrow, Vice-President: Arnold
Skelton, President, Rex Kimbro, Business Manager: William hic-
Curry, Kitchen Steward.
FarmHouse is a national fraternity with twenty chapters
located in state colleges and universities throughout the
nation. Since the founding of Far1nHouse, our motto,
"Builders of Men," has become well known in the frater-
nity world. As our name implies, our membership is com-
posed primarily of men in the field of Agriculture or related
Our fraternity is known as a scholarship giant on the
HHill" and over the nation as well. This past year Farm-
House, for the second straight year, won the lnterfratcrnity
Council Scholarship trophy. Farn1House has several men
serving on various university committees and honoraries.
'Cracking the whipii on Monday night is Arnold Skel-
ton, with Gene Wiithrow next in line. Jim Passmore takes
notes. and Bob Scott sends out letters as Rex Kimbro
"rakes in the dough." Mom Moore does a Fine job of keep-
ing the men Hin linel' on Saturday night.
-Ioe Brock, James Burkhart, Al-
bert Carr, Johnny Colebank.
Jerry Foster, Donald Garton,
Larry Gillentine, James Her-
bert, Charles Hill.
John Hodges, John Jordan, Rex
Kimbro, Jim Kirk, Donald Kyle.
Iames Lieehty. YVilliani Love,
VVilliam lNlCClellnnd, Wlilliani
NIeCurry, James Pnssmore.
Bobby Peters, Alfred Ramsey.
Bob Rollins, Robert Scott.
Don Shadow, Arnold Skelton.
Robert Stewart, Hurry Strawn.
Jim Whtson, Gene Withrow.
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ISA Officers, seated left to right: Sue Holloway, Historiang Max Par-
rish, President, Joyce Young, Recording Secretary. Standing: Mary
Lee Washburn, Corresponding Secrctaryg Wayne Faussone, Treas-
urer, George DeGre11a, Vice-President. Not pictured: Ann Mc-
The first independent organization on the U-T campus
was formed in 1939 and has developed through the
years into the present Independent Students Association,
an affiliate of the National Independent Students Associa-
tion. The founders felt that the large number of students
not affiliated with a Greek-letter organization needed an
organization which would serve as a channel through which
they could participate more freely in campus activities and
the selection of campus leaders.
ISA continues to represent the independent student in
all phases of campus life and provides opportunities for
the participation of each individual in the varied activities
and projects of the organization itself. Each quarter brings
a number of social activities, such as the annual Street
Dance, Winter and Spring Retreats, Tea Rose Ball, and
numerous other activities throughout the year. Outstanding
service in the organization is recognized by the presentation
of Mr. and Miss ISA of the Year at the spring formal.
ISA also sponsors the publication of the quarterly news-
paper, the Voice of the Independent. Members participate
freely in Intramurals, Garnicus, All-Sing, Homecoming,
and Student Government.
ISA is led by Max Parrish, President, George DeGrella
and Ann McGuire, vice-presidents, Joyce Young, Record-
ing Secretary, Mary Lee Washburn, Corresponding Sec-
retary, Wayne Faussone, Treasurer, and Sue Holloway,
Is this oflice work?
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ISA assembles for Christmas Party
ISA Meeting House
Ingrid Barker, Kathy Billrey, Elizabeth
Borneman, Oneta Brooke, Judy Cardwell,
James Carl Clark, Elaine Crowder, Ed
Dalton, DeAnna Sue Doty, Zenita Dutton,
David Eason, Wayne Faussone, Nancy
Fugate, Jose Gomez, Sue Holloway, Keron
Ann Laycock, Byuong-Nyum Lee, Becky
Litz, Sandra Lynn, Tarry McClanahan,
Patricia Mooreneld, Nancy Orr, Susan
Parker, Faye Parsons, Scott Pilkington,
Eugenia Lee Robinson.
Joe Reeves, Finley Reed, Betty Stephens,
Sandra Vaughn, Mary Lee Washburn,
Dennis Womack, Joyce Young.
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The Cadet Brigade's Distinguished Military Stu-
dents: First Row, Left to Right: W. H. Painter,
J. J. Justice, J. L. Passmore. Second Row: J. C.
Pierson, T. J. Keller, R. L. Colvin, D. T. Chunn,
C. G. Baker. Third Row: S. J. Furrow, W. B.
Cowan, A. R. Buhl, J. M. Thompson, S. M.
Cadets designated Distinguished Military Students by
the Professor of Military Science must possess outstanding
qualities of leadership and high moral character. They must
have exhibited definite aptitudes and interest for the mili-
tary service. In addition, a military science advanced course
standing in the upper third of the class and an over-all
academic standing in the upper half of their university or
college class are mandatory requirements. Finally, they
must have demonstrated initiative and leadership capacities
Air Force Distinguished Mili-
tary Students: Left to Right:
Ronald G. Marlar, Dee M.
Lineberger, Jr., John A.
Johns, James W, Mayo.
through their participation and achievements in campus
and civic activities.
One of the highest honors that can be earned by an
AFROTC Student is that embodied in his being named a
"Distinguished Air Force Cadetf, To be eligible for this
designation the individual must have attained an academic
standing in the upper one-half of his graduating class on
the Hill and the upper one-third of his Air Science class.
Additionally, he must have finished in the upper one-half
of his summer training class.
DISTINGUISHED MILITARY STUDENTS
COLONEL EDWARD P. THOMPSON
Professor of Military Science
ARMY R. O. T. C.
The Army Reserve Ofiicers Traning Corps has a proud
history and noble tradition at this University. Military
training was first established on the campus in 1844. The
Army has been represented continuously since that time in
University history and in all important activities. For 119
years, graduates who received training in the Military De-
partment have represented the University well throughout
the nation's military history.
Military graduates of the University have a proud com-
bat record, having participated in seven wars. More than
3.000 ROTC graduates from the University served as Army
oiiicers during World War II.
The Army ROTC Corps of Cadets is organized as a
brigade with cadet officers completely in charge. Numerous
important military activities occur during the school year
such as the Veterans and Armed Forces Day Parades, the
Annual Formal Inspection by the Department of the Army,
and other parades and reviews. The high point of the year's
social activities is the Annual Military Ball.
Left to Right: First Row: Major Sliger, Lt. Col. Taber, Col. Thomp-
son, Lt. Col. Anderton, Mayor Combs. Second Row: Capt. Wright,
Capt. Daniel, Sgt. Major Schweikhart, Capt. Jones, Capt. Under-
wood. Third Row: Staff Sgt. Napier, Sgt. First Class McPhail, Sgt.
First Class Green, Sgt. First Class Jackson, Sgt. First Class Mercier.
Fourth Row: Sgt. First Class Isbell, Master Sgt. Moody, Staff Sgt.
Bowman, Sgt. First Class Berg.
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The Brigade Passes in Review During the Veterans Day Parade
Miss Scabbard and Blade Presentation at Neyland Stadium-Col.
John F. Reed, Professor of Military Science at Wake Forest! presents
the award of Miss Scabbard and Blade of 1962-63 to Miss Becky
Rickman, Cadet Brigade Sponsor. Accompanying Miss Rickman 15
Cadet Col. Sam J. Furrow, Cadet Brigade Commander.
The 1962-63 Military Honor Committee-From Left to Right:
Cadet Lawrence McMahon, Cadet Robert Craft, Cadet Marion
Francis, Maj. S. R. Combs, Cadre Advisor: Cadet Chairman An-
thony Buhl, Cadet Wilson Painter, Cadet Calvin McMahan, Cadet
George Webber, Cadet Thomas Dean.
The Guidon Society is composed of the sponsors repre-
senting each of the Army ROTC Units. Sponsors are se-
lected for their unit by the Unit Commanders and are se-
lected to serve throughout the school year. The sponsors
are introduced to the members of the Advanced Course at
the annual Sponsors' Tea, held in the Student Center, and
at the Annual Military Ball.
The Guidon Society is presented to the student body and
all Tennessee supporters each fall during the Annual Army
ROTC Sponsors' Day which is on a Saturday of a Tennessee
home football game. This past year Sponsors' Day was the
Wake Forest game. One of the members of the Guidon
Society is chosen as the Sweetheart of Scabbard and Blade.
The selection is announced and the new sweetheart is recog-
nized as a climax to the Sponsors' Day ceremonies.
To serve as a sponsor, a girl selected must be classified as
a sophomore or higher, have at least a 2.0 academic average
and be approved by the Dean of VVomen.
Miss Becky Rickman, Brigade Sponsor, Miss Charlotte Richardson,
Sponsor for Volunteer Guard: Miss Betsy Farrar, Sponsor for Drum
and Bugle Corps.
Miss Vicki Vorder-Brueggc, Sponsor lst Battalion, Miss Francis
German, Sponsor 2nd Battaliong Miss Sally Plunkett, Sponsor 3rd
Miss Becky Hartman, Company A Sponsorg Miss Patricia Craig,
Company B Sponsor: Miss Emily Kennedy, Company C Sponsor.
Miss Joyce Bryant, Company D Sponsor, Miss Mary Scott Davis,
Company E Sponsorg Miss Donna McNab, Company F Sponsor.
Miss SuAnn Preston, Company Cv Sponsor, Miss Ann Burgess, Com-
pany H Sponsorg Miss Rita Mott, Company I Sponsor.
MISS BECKY RICKMAN S. J. FURROW
Mlss Scabbard and Blade President of Scabbard and Blade
Scabhard and Blade is a National Military Honorary
Society. It was founded in 1904 and established on the
University of Tennessee campus in 1923. This society is
open only to Advanced Army ROTC Cadets who have
shown themselves to be outstanding in both military and
other work. The purposes of Scahbard and Blade are to
encourage participation in upper-division military studies,
and to raise the standards of military education in the in-
stitutions of higher learning.
The University of 'Tennessee is very fortunate to have one
of the nation's finest chapters of Scahhard and Blade, which
is only in keeping with the line tradition of Army ROTC
at this University. For two years in succession they have
won the national award for the best articles in L'The Seah-
bard and Blade journal."
SCABBARD AND BLADE
First Row: S. J. Furrow, Miss Becky Rickman, Miss Scabbard and
Blade. Second Row: Cadre Advisor Capt. E. H, Wright, D. T.
Chunn, W. R. Booth, J. M. Thompson. Third Row: A. E. Headlee,
R. E. Shelton, W. H. Painter, P. L. Kenny, G. F. Wallace, L.
Passmore. Fourth Row: J. Justice, W. B. Cowan, C. G. Baker,
S. M. Butler, J. V. Hamby, D. L. McLain, Fifth Row: AI. YV. Branch,
R. S. Stair, A. R. Buhl, R. G. Kerr, R. L. Colvin, J. C. Pierson,
N. L. Pierson.
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Commander Ben E. Bumgarner, Sponsor
Betsy Farrar, McLaughlin, Bird, Bowen,
Bryan, Catlett, Crt-go, Durham, Hornsby,
Humphreys, Mynatt, Parry, Petocz, Porter,
Rudisill, Scott, Stanley, Kiplinger, Adams,
Batchlor, Bomar, Craddock, Douglass, Eng-
, land, Hester, jones, Keaton, Kennedy, John,
Latham, Love, McCampbell, Mitchell,
I Myers, Northcutt, Pontrelli, Reed, Rhea,
Ridley, Napier, Ogdin, Thomas, Wylie,
Membership in The University of Tennessee ROTC Rifie
Team is open to all cadets enrolled in Army ROTC.
Matches are scheduled by Department of the Army and are
limited to ROTC Cadets.
Membership in the Varsity Rifle Team is open to all
students. Hence, the Varsity Team is composed not only of
Army and Air Science Cadets, but other students as well.
Both of the above teams or combinations thereof par-
ticipate in intercollegiate riHe matches with other institu-
tions in the Southeastern United States.
R. O. T. C. AND
RIFLE TEAM 278
R.O.T.C. AND VARSITY RIFLE TEAM-
First Row, Left to Right: R. Loy, J. Jett, A.
Schwarzbart, C. Irwin, J. Shellabarger, Sec-
ond Row: B. Cox, W. Felknor, SSGY Bow-
man, Coach: P. Schneider, R. Scheib.
There is nothing quite as alluring in musical expression
and action as the modern drum and bugle corps. The drum
and bugle corps furnishes an impressive rhythm on the drill
field and in parades, which is an aid to marching and enter-
taining to the onlooker.
Music is composed of two prime elements-melody and
rhythm. In the corps the drums are the principle instrument
of rhythm and the bugle supplies the melody.
DRUM A D
The student chapter of the Society of American Military
Engineers was started at the University of Tennessee in the
interest of National Defense by furthering students' interests
in Military Engineering.
The objectives of the Society are to advance the knowl-
edge of the science of military engineering, promote effi-
ciency in the military engineer service of the United Statesg
preserve the memory of services rendered by the engineer
profession throughout the wars in which the United States
has been engaged.
Membership is not limited to ROTC cadets, but is open to
all students interested in the objectives of the society.
VOLU TEER GUARD
The Brigade's Corps d'Elitc, the Volunteer Guard, spe-
cialixes in precision drill, participates in drill meets and
serves as the Brigade's Honor Guard at ceremonies.
Commencing this fall on a trial basis the Guard offered
a Ranger Counter-guerrilla training program to cadets of
the Brigade maintaining a 2.0 academic average, With
emphasis on doing, the Rangers received mountaineering,
combat swimming, karate, survival, and field-training in-
struction. The Ranger Course has been a valuable asset to
the Military Program and by its inauguration the University
joins only ten schools in the nation offering it.
First Row. Left to Right: Air Cadet
Austin, A. E. Buhl, Cadre Advisor Lt.
Col. E. C. Anderton, P. L. Kenny, Air
Cadet Forbes. Second Row: W. S. Trim-
ble, K. H. Jones, A. F. Jolly, T. R.
Gallardo, K. A. Bouldin. Third Row:
B. E. Bumgarner. S. R. Forshay, C, G.
Kersteins, G. W. MCGlaughlin, B.
Jones, B. T. Spenser.
A. F. R. O. T. C.
When, in 1947, the Air Force became a separate service,
the AFROTC unit was established here. It has since become
an integral and outstanding part of campus life. The pur-
pose of the AFROTC Program is to prepare selected candi-
dates to become active-duty Air Force Officers. This prepa-
ration is accomplished in the classroom through the study
of weapons, weapon-delivery systems, military and aviation
history, leadership, political geography, international rela-
tions, and 'l'hursday afternoon periods on upper Hudson.
Since its establishment here, the AFROTC Unit has gradu-
ated oflicers who have represented this University well in
scores of Air Force endeavors.
Left to Right, Seated: Captain Elvin O. Wyatt, Major Delbert O.
Like. Lt. Col. Roy M. Chapman, jr., Col. William M. Turner,
Major David L. Alley, Captain john R. Ash. Standing: S!Sgt.
Roland Williquer, MfSgt. George A. Ridgway, TfSgt. John VV.
Hall. SfSgt. Charles M. Kilpatrick. Tfsgt. Robert L. Johnson.
Wing Staff Winter Quarter
1963--Left to Right, First
Row: Ronald G. Marlar, In-
spection, Dee M. Lineberger,
Jr., Commanderq John V.
Matlock, Administrationg Vert-
ner H. Harben, Personnel.
Second Row: Robert O. John-
son, Deputyg William H. Phil-
lips, Supplyg Thomas N. Aus-
tin, Jr., Informationg Harry
G. Forbes, Operations.
Wing StaH' Fall Quarter 1962
-Left to Right, First Row:
John M. Johns, Operationsg
Dee M. Lineberger, Inspec-
tiong Ronald G. Marlar, Com-
manderg Robert O. Johnson,
Personnelg Paul W. Lauder-
baek, Administration. Second
Row: James R. Waycaster,
Supply, Gary A. Glandon, In-
RONALD G. MARLAR DEE M. LINEBERGER, JR.
Wing Commander, Fall Quarter 1962 Wing Commander, Winter Quarter 1963
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The purpose of the Air Force Sponsor Corps, composed
of twelve honorary cadet oflicers, is to enhance the spirit
and morale of the Cadet Corps. Selection is made by the
senior officers and is based upon beauty, personality, and
academic achievement. Participation in Cadet functions,
ofhcial and social, is required of the sponsors. The sponsors
were presented at the Chattanooga game. In March, at the
AFROTC Ball, the high point of AFROTC social activity,
the queen was elected by vote of the entire Corps of Cadets.
Miss Susan Thompson, Wing Sponsor, Miss Carolyn Henry, Group
Sponsor, Miss Janelle Campbell, Group Sponsor, Miss Janice May-
nard, Group Sponsor.
Miss Judy Miniat, Drill Team Sponsor, Miss Cynthia Butler,
Drum 8: Bugle Corps, Miss Judy Henry, Squadron Sponsor, Miss
Paula Ide, Squadron Sponsor.
Miss Mary Winn, Squadron Sponsor, Miss Bonny Lee Howell,
Squadron Sponsor, Miss Susan Evans, Squadron Sponsor, Miss
Linda Wilbanks, Squadron Sponsor.
AIR FORCE SPONSORS
An integral part of the 800th AFROTC Wing, the Drill
Team exists for the purpose of demonstrating the proli-
ciency level to which a marching unit can rise with concen-
trated practice. This forty member unit is a "show piece"
of the AFROTC Cadet Corps. Any member of the Wing
who demonstrates an interest in and ability for performing
with this unit is eligible for membership.
In order to provide musical support to the Cadet Wing,
the Drum and Bugle Corps was formed. This unit, with
special equipment and training, has become an outstanding
contributor to the increased stature of the AFROTC Cadet
Corps. Its forty members come both from basic and ad-
vanced classes. At all functions in which the wing partici-
pates as a unit, the Drum and Bugle Corps adds the military
cadence and sharpness which distinguish it.
The AFROTC Drill Team
The AFROTC Drum and Bugle Corps l
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The Arnold Air Society is a national Air Force ROTC honorary organiza-
tion. To be eligible for membership, a cadet must have a 2.00 over-all aver-
age, a 3.00 average in Air Science, and must possess superior leadership qual-
ities. The purpose of the Society is to further the mission, traditions, and
concept of the United States Air Force as a means of national defense. In
order to accomplish its mission, the Arnold Air Society sponsors projects to
increase the esprit de corps ofthe Cadet Wing, one of which is the annual
Air Force Ball.
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David W. Hixon
William D. jenkins
Robert O. Johnson
Paul W. Lauderback
Ronald G. Marlar
John B. Morgan
William H. Wilson
Nicholas E. Zurcher
Owen S. Haddock
James W. Mayo
Willard G. Hackett
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For outstanding performances academically or in areas
of leadership, and for over-all contribution to the AFROTC
Program, the top members of each class are recognized
olhcially and publicly during the Awards Day ceremonies.
This is the climax of the year's military activities. Local
and out-of-state dignataries, military and civilian, attend
the ceremony and present the awards.
Awards presented to AFROTC cadets during Awards Day cere-
Air Force Lt. General Bruce K. Holloway, Col. William M. Turner
Saluting the colors prior to inspection of the Honor Guard.
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A C E BOARD
The Association of Collegiate Engineers Board promotes the betterment of the
Engineering College by coordinating activities of its various departments, The Board
is composed of the president and three delegates each from AIChE, AIEE, AIIE,
ASCE, ASME, ASM, ANS, and one delegate each from IRE, SAME, Alpha Chi
Sigma, Alpha Pi Mu, Chi Epsilon, Eta Kappa Nu, Pi Tau Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma,
Tau Beta Pi, and the Tennessee Engineer Magazine. Joint engineering projects are
sponsored through ACE Board, such as Engineers' Day, the Engineers' Ball, and the
Tennessee Engineer Magazine.
Officers are: Jim Hiegel, President, Howard Chansbus, Vice-President, Nancy
Clift, Secretary, and Arthur Grady, Treasurer.
Left to Right, First Row: S. Pilkington, J. Raulston, N. Clift, H. Chambers, J. Hiegel, A. Grady,
H. Morton. Second Row: C. Kerstiens, J. Shefsky, D. Munsey, R. Cockrill, K. Campbell, H.
Marcon, R. Davis, C. Edwards, R. Brooks, L. Robertson. Third Row: L. Perry, S. Radlein, H.
Phillips, B. Sills, Printer, J, Hawk. G. Burt, G. Adcock. Not Pictured: R. Baxter, J, Irby,
J. Oliphant, R. Smith.
Adawayhi, was established in order to promote school spirit and pep on "The Hill."
Last year Adawayhi sponsored the Hrst annual Spring Sports Week. Beginning
fall quarter, the club sponsored a complete revamping of the card-tricks section seen
at home football games, sponsored pep rallies, and displayed posters around campus.
During winter quarter the club promoted spirit by building the huge orange T
for the basketball games. Probably the single thing most responsible for the tre-
mendous surge in school spirit this year was the two giant Adawayhi "Spirit of the
Hill" trophies presented at the half time of the Kentucky basketball game.
Officers for the 1963 season are: Bill Montgomery, President, Gary Meyer, Vice-
President, Jean Schiffman, Secretary, Bill Eubank, Treasurer.
Sarah Bible, Buzz Binkley, Mary Ann Bowyer, Dick Beaver, Pat Blurton, Carol Carr, Bill Cowan,
John Chandler, Linda Davis, Linda Dickerson, Cary Dowdy, Kathy Decker, Bill Eubank, Shirley
Fox, Ira Fenton, Joan Glass, Julie Henegar, Susan Hillis, Francis Holt, Jim Kline, Tommy
Leake, Linda May, Gary Myer, Bill Montgomery, Bill Marks, Marilyn Morgan, Sue Novotony,
Pat Patterson, Mary Parsons, Mike Powers, Jean Poff, Donna Rains, Bette Stubbs, Terry Smith,
Jean Schiffman, Lloyd Stanley, Janet Stanford, Wallene Threadgill, Lollie Taylor, Dola Faye
Terry, Ray Thatch, Linda Wilbanks, Jere Wade, Bill Wade, Sandra Duncan, Jim Bankston,
Chuck Dyche, Charlie Baker, Larry McMahan, Peter Von Elton, Judy Bartley, Jackie Barrett,
Sue Ellen Brenner, Dean Barger, Durry Bagwell, Bill Kelly, Ken Babb, Fred Collins, Linda
Clark, Don Hendrickson, Becky Litz, Suzanne Mock, Susan Norman, Phil Phelps, Sally Plunkett,
Dan Rhea, Nollie Sharp, Carol Sanduson, Elizabeth Shafer, Donna Dukes, Lyn Preston, Bruce
Conley, Anne Caldwell, Lyn Carden, Fay Baugh, Lynn Cecil, Shelia Connally, Pat Conner,
Bruce Corbin, Gaye Evans, Jim Jones, Linda Laws, Carol Zwick, Don Kyle, Bill Love.
Adawayhi officers show off the true "spirit",
Mass confusion, but who is watching the ballgame?
.E. B. C.
Left to Ri ht First Row: Dr. C
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Fuller, M. Hill, D. Bryan, R. Kimbro,
D. Kyle, K. Robertson, R. Picrle.
Second Row: B. Givan. G. Davidson,
T. Little, T. Souan, D. Pearson, J
Kirk. Third Row: Mr. Howard Lums
den, Dr. J. Whatley, P. R. Che-tty
G. Duggcr, A. Skelton.
A. S. A. E.
Left to Right, First Row: J. Wheeler,
J. Branch, W. Jacobi. Second Row: W.
Osborne, L. Hasty, J. Bickford. Third
Row: D. Stewart, L. Caughron, G.
Babb. Fourth Row: L. K. Sinha, E.
Lunn, J. Short. Fifth Row: J. McDow,
The University of Tennessee Ag Econ 81 Agri-Business Club is a student section
of the American Farm Economics Association.
The club is open to all students who are enrolled in the departments of Agricultural
Economics and Agricultural Business and to others who are interested in these fields.
The purpose of the club is to acquaint the students with the opportunities in the
Held of agricultural economics and agricultural business and to provide fellowship
among these students.
Oflicers for the 1953 year are: Arnold Skelton, president, Don Kyle, vice-
president, Rex Kimbro, secretary, Vernon Bounds, treasurer, and Dr. Cecil Fuller,
The American Society of Agricultural Engineers is a student branch of the national
A.S.A.E. The objectives of this organization are the advancement of Agricultural
Engineering in theory and practice, and the creation of professional spirit among its
members. Bi-monthly meetings provide an opportunity for the student members to
meet with engineers who are well established in the field of Agricultural Engineering.
Officers for the fall quarter of 1962 were: William Osborne, president, Jerry
Wheeler, vice-president: Wfilliam Jacobi, secretary, John Branch, treasurer, Larry
Hasty, scribe, and Dr. Z. A. Henry, advisor. Officers for the winter quarter of 1963
are: Jerry Wlheeler, president, Paul Lee, vice-president, John Keller, secretary,
John Branch, treasurer, Luther Caughron, scribe, Dr. Z. A. Henry.
ALPHA CHI SIGMA
Alpha Llni Sigma, organized at the University of Vliseonsin in 1902, is a pro-
fessional fraternity for those individuals who plan to make chemistry or chemical
engineering their life profession. The three objects of the fraternity are:
1. To bind its members with a tie of true and lasting friendship.
2. To strive for the advancement of chemistry both as a science and as a pro-
3. To aid its members by every honorable means in the attainment of their am-
bitions as chemists throughout their mortal lives.
Alpha Phi chapter was founded at the University of Tennessee in 1929.
The present officers are: Ronnie Burton, presidentg Kenneth Holbert, vice-
presidentg VVayne Hunter, recorderg Amon Guinn. treasurer: Kenneth X'VllI1lOtl1,
reporterg and Hillman Giles, alumni secretary.
Left to Right, First Row: D. W'allace, D. Smith, J. Mattern, F. Scaraborough, V. Young, H.
Giles, E. Blakemore, J. Hull. Second Row: J. Busse. G. Frye, J. Haynes. M. Goza, DI. Weems, H.
Guinn, R. W'hitder, G. Winegar. Third Row: R. Burton. E. Hunter, D. Davis. C. Bost, II. Hill.
A. Durham, K. Holbert, Bales, G. Leigh.
Left to Right, First Row: M. Lillard,
A. Goddard, D. Johnson, H. Caldwell.
Second Row: B. Woodford. B. Owens,
P. Hunter, F. Osborne. Third Row:
M. Him-s,'M. Plmch, D. Crow, P.
Allen. Fourth Row: A. Howell, A. El-
kins, N. Reed, L. Beardslee. Fifth Row:
A. Nicholls, D. Ryan, E. Maudin.
Left to Right, First Row: H. Denton
D. Munsey, S. Pilkington, D. Hawk
Second Row: T. Budnick, F. D. Cham-
bers, R. Kerr, J. McKain. Third Row
B. Roden, G. Bailey, D. Xiques, B.
Carico, C. Mills.
Alpha Beta Alpha is a national honorary fraternity in library service which was
nationally founded May 3, 1950. The Omega chapter at the University of Tennessee
was established on November 17, 1950. In order to be eligible for membership, one
must be interested in library service as a career. The purpose of Alpha Beta Alpha
is to further the professional knowledge of its members, to promote fellowship, and
to serve as a recruiting agency for librarians. The motto of the fraternity is Hbooks,
people, service, lifef,
Officers for the 1962-63 year are: Diane Johnson, president, Harriet Calswell, vice-
president, Martha Lillard, recording secretary, Anne Goddard, corresponding secre-
tary, Joyce Zachary, treasurerg Dorthy Ryan, sponsorg Eugenia Mauldin, sponsor.
Alpha Pi Mu, a national honor society for Industrial Engineers, was founded at
Georgia Tech on January 25, 1949. Tennessee chapter was chartered on April 3, 1954.
To be a member, a student must rank in the upper fifth of the junior class or in
the upper third of the senior class. The minimum grade-point average for initiation
into Alpha Pi Mu is a 2.5.
Officers for the 1963 year are: Richard Hawk, president, Banks Roden, vice-
president, Bill Reid, treasurer, Tom Budniak, recording secretary, Roy Kerr, cor-
responding secretary, and R. M. LaForge, advisor,
The University of Tennessee college chapter is a section of the American Home
Economics Association which provides for professional development of College
Home Economics students.
The chapter was started on the UT campus in 1926, and has served in acquainting
the student with opportunities in home economics, and in providing fellowship among
Monthly programs are educational and professional in nature and provide an
opportunity for students and faculty to become better acquainted.
Officers for the 1963 year are: Linda Eason, president, Linda Bettis, hrst vice-
president, Linda Capps, second vice-presidentg Ann Harrison, treasurer: Virginia
Lowe, corresponding secretary, and Pat Sivert, recording secretary.
Membership is open to all Industrial Engineering students in good standing in
the university A.I.I.E. has been especially active this year, providing widely varied
programs which have proven both entertaining and educational. The chapter has
also become closely linked with this area's graduate chapter, with national head-
quarters, and with A.I.I.E. chapters in other southeastern schools, Meetings are
Officers for the 1962-63 year are: Bill Sills, presidentg Tom NVest, vice-president:
Claudetta Moon, recording secretary, Jim Carstens, corresponding secretary, Tom
Budniak, treasurer, Scott Pilkington, membership chairman, Dick Munsey and
George Adcock, ACE Board representatives, and Dick Hawk, Tennessee Engineer
HOME E. C.
Left to Right, Seated: A. Harrison, L.
Capps, L. Eason, L. Bettis, V. Lowe,
P. Sivert. First Row: K. Roberts, G.
W'oods. C. Thames, F. German, C.
Dixon, E. Crowder. Lowe. lXiul-
drew, M. Morrow. Second Row: B.
Owen, ll. Fugat, F. Brasko. M, Greer,
S. Dawes, A. O'Connor.
A. I. E. E.
Left to Right, First Row: S. Pilking
toll, 'lf Budniak, C. Ci. Moon, 'If West
B. Sills. Carstcns, D. Munsey
Second Row: J. White, D. Owens, B
Caricao, E. Woods, E, Ilousley, F
Chambers, M. Arnett, R. Stott, P. Del
fino. Third Row: Cl. Bailey, VI. Mc
Kain, G, Mills, Cl. Adcock, AI. Ander
son, T. Gallardo, ll. Denton, B. Roden
A. I. CH. E.
The purpose of the student chapter of the American Institute of Chemical En-
gineers is to advance Chemical Engineering in theory and practice, and the creation
of a true professional spirit among its members. Each year the local chapter sends
delegates to the Southeastern Regional Conference of the A.I.Ch.E., holds a semi-
annual Spaghetti Supper, Engineers' Day exhibits, field trips, and speakers on tech-
Officers for the 1963 year are: Hal Phillips, president: Ronnie Burton, vice-
presidentg Bobby Harrell, treasurer: john Montgomery, secretary, Frank McCown,
secretary, and Ann Adam, regional secretary.
Left to Right, First Row: A. Guinn, A. Adams, K. Campbell, F. McCown. Second Row: S.
Zaczpinski, E. Adams, M. Carmichael, B. Smith, H. Phillips, J. Taylor, L. Winegar, R. Burton,
J. Prados. Third Row: D. Holladay, B. Harrell, Nelson, G. Frye, M. Goza, K. Given, K.
Wilmoth, R. Brown, R. Whitver, D. K. Harmon. Fourth Row: M. Robinson, K. McGill, W.
Hunter, K. Hathi, B. Head, D. Given, M. Stone, J. R. Hawk, F. Wynn.
The main objectives of the American Nuclear Society are the advancement of
science and engineering relating to the atomic nucleus, and of allied sciences and
arts, and the integration of the scientific disciplines constituting nuclear science and
technology. Other purposes are: the encouragement of research, the establishment
of scholarships, the dissemination of information, the holding of meetings devoted
to scientific and technical papers, and cooperation with government agencies, educa-
tional institutions and other organizations having similar purposes.
The University of Tennessee student chapter of the American Society of Metals is
in its fifth year on campus. The student chapter is an affiliate of the parent Oak
Ridge chapter of the American Society for Metals.
The goals of the UT chapter are to contribute to the development of Metallurgical
Engineering at UT and to promote the professional development of its members by
its relationship with A.S.M. and other technical societies.
The ofificers for the 1963 year are: Jim Steve Radlein, president, Jim Wright,
vice-president, John Plaskett, alternate treasurer, Ron Cochran, treasurer, and Nancy
Left to Right, First Row: 1. Raulston.
L. Partain, R. Moore, N. Cramer, B.
Rhyme, M. Green. Second Row: F.
Iannuzzi, J. Black, M. Crowley. C.
Thomas, Dr. P. Stephens, A. Buhl, L.
Pierce, L. Allenn, J. Little.
Left to Right, First Row: C. Matthews,
R. Cochran, N. Clift, R. Davis, R.
Bridges. Second Row: N. Singleton, J.
Plaskett, A. jolly, T. Smith, S. Rad-
A. S. C. E.
The primary purpose of UT,s Student Chapter of the American Society of Civil
Engineers is to advance the profession of civil engineering in theory, practice, and
spirit. The bi-weekly programs sponsored by the student group consist of topics on
current aspects of civil engineering presented by prominent engineers. Membership
is open to all students in civil engineering.
The 1963 officers are: Larry Darncs, president, Bill Blackrnon, vice-president,
James Smithey, recording secretary, Nora Roth, corresponding secretary, Tom Peak,
treasurer, Harvey Marcon, and Jim Panter, ACE Board representatives, and Prof.
Stuart R. Daniels, advisor.
Left to Right, First Row: Dr. S. Daniels, P. Richardson, N. Roth, P. Peak, J. Widner. Second
Row: J. Smitha, T. Montgomery, D. Kagcl, R. Evans, G. Blackmon. Third Row: A. Azawi, W.
Grasfeder, L. Davis, J. McCormick, H. Marcon. Fourth Row: S. Harb, L. Darnes, J. Seay,
J. Reagen, J. Panter. Fifth Row: R. Taylor, F. Free, W. Williams, L. Klepper, J. Walker.
Sixth Row: R. McGowan, R. Warren, C. Darby.
A. S. M.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers is the professional society for all
mechanical engineering students.
Active participation in A.S.M.E. aids the student in keeping abreast with current
developments in the Held and at the same time provides important social and pro-
fessional contacts for the future.
The year's officers arc: R. L. Davis, presidentg Glen Burt, vice-president: jim
Hiegel, secretaryg Joe Cofer, treasurer: Richard Brooks, ACE Board representativeg
and Mr. R. D. Bonnell, faculty advisor.
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Left to Right, First Row: R. Davis, AI. Cofcr, Hiegel, R. Bonnell. Second Row: B. Sammons,
D. Farroll, W. McNeese, R. Brooks. Third Row: -I. Grimes, R. Robertson, J. Herrington, M.
Hale. Fourth Row: J. McDaniel, Jones.
Helping the student to discover and maintain the right relationship with God
through Jesus Christ is the primary objective ol' the BSU. The BSU also seeks to
guide students toward mature mental and spiritual relationships with the Church,
the academic community, and the world. In an effort to attain its objectives, the
BSU provides worship, study, fellowship, and service projects.
Some of the regular activities of the BSU include Vespers on four nights a week,
Noonday Luncheon and Discussion every XYednesday. Discussion Hour each Thurs-
day evening, and Singspiration on special events. Several special events, including
socials. retreats, conventions, panels. and sports. are designed to promote spiritual
Q A - A A
Left to Right, First Row: A. Wolfe, S. White, L. Whitaker, N. Finney, B. Henry, N. Farris,
L. Ward, T. McDaniel, J. Sharp. Second Row: H. Beard, M. Byerler, B. Litz, D. Doty, G. Denny,
P. Sutherland, F. Horn, T. White, R. Hohh, N. Conner, II. Marler, D. Brooks, M. Alexander, -I.
Simmons, L. Eason, Ramsey. Third Row: R. Sandford, S. Cates, J. Smithey, W. Wall, C.
Hawkins. B. VVebb, G. Sykes. L. Guest, G. Saalweachter, A. Gossett. J. Mowrcy. D. Eason. A.
Henderson. Fourth Row: D. Daniels, M. Hall, J. Hudson, F. Reed, R. Grogg, -I. Brutlr-, II.
Powell, L. Partain.
Alpha lambda chapter of Beta Alpha Psi was founded at the University of Ten-
nessee in May, 1951.
Beta Alpha Psi is a national honorary accounting fraternity. Its purpose is to
encourage the ideal of service as the basis of the accounting profession: to promote
the study of accounting and its high standards: to act as a medium between profes-
sional men, instructors, and students: and to develop high moral. scholastic, and
professional achievements in its members. One professional meeting is held each
month throughout the school year, with an outstanding speaker from the field of
Blue Triangle is a Friday luncheon club which enables students from different
parts of the campus to eat together and know each other. The highlight of the
meeting is a talk by a special guest from the faculty or around Knoxville.
Originally a Christian woman's organization whose motto was Nbring your lunch,
and join the bunchlf, the Blue Triangle of today has evolved into a modified, co-
educational "Daytime Yf, Now sponsored by the University Christian Association,
the club has continued the practice of meetings held as luncheons at the Student
Center. Membership is open to approximately sixty boys and girls who are interested
in such discussions.
Betty Ann Lowe is serving as President for the 1963 year.
Left to Right, Seated: R. Garber. J.
Klattlock. B. Klyers, Rohey. Stand-
ing: W. Yohey, B, Van Voorhis, L.
Bible. E. White, S. Cash.
M. Greer, P. Rumery, L. Vi-ndall, L
I.uttrell. K. NVever, L. Link. J. Lowe
P. Webb. K. YVard. P. Sivert. QI. Crum
bliss. S. Stark. Turner. L, Wieaver
L. Long. M. Flowers. C. Sanderson. V
Pope. II. Moore, S. Chandler, A
Chandler. F. Ellis. M. Fowler. BI
King. B. Lowe. S. Stroud. B. Young
C. Dixon, L. Johnson. V. Lowe. E
Stair. B. lrwin. S. Stark. M. Lewis, V
Eason. S. White. A. Hanism. S. Nor-
vell, M. Key, M. Hertsgaard. ll. John-
son. S. Cole, G. Lovell. K. Clark, J
McTeer, M. Rudd, E. Harris, L
Dickinson. D. Wlallacc. L. Partain, L
Bettis, L. Perry. B. Brown. A. Thur-
CHRISTIA STUDE TASSOCIATIO
Striving to build Christian character, developing leadership in the Church and
attempting to help others are some of the goals of the Christian Student Association.
Students meet at the Christian Student Center at 928 South 17th Street. The center
is directed by Mr. Jim Pounders, who is the Assistant Minister at Laural Avenue
Church of Christ.
At the top of the list of valuable experiences these students enjoy is the nightly
devotional service. Several times during a quarter, the students plan student suppers
on Sunday evenings before church services. Then, each quarter is climaxed by Re-
treat Weekend, during which they go to the Smokies, and enjoy fellowship. Finally,
a student banquet for their members completes the busy schedule.
Left to Right, First Row: C. Campbell, J. Pritchard, P. Hill, S. Parrish, M. Murphy, N. Bain,
A. Dodd, J. Hite, S. Johnson, P. Richardson, S. White, K. Hutchison, S. Lynn. Second Row:
J. Lentz, T. Durham, L. Hcikthe, F. Collier, P. King, D. Womack. C. Gunter. C. Wells. D.
Shull, Bickford, D. Fish, L. White, R. Richardson, Jamison, G. Jamison, D. Weatherspoon.
Third Row: R. Whitfield, R. Myatt, D. Dugger, W. Mullican, S. Brewer, L. Safiey, J. LiO1li?I',
M. Mullican, B. Roberts, G. Stanley, T. Gilliam, D. Ragan, J. Weems."Fourth Row: J. Martin,
S. Rivers, P. Taylor, M. Marrow, W. Fox, B. Safley, Pounders.
CIRCLE K CL B
Circle K, serving campus and community, is a club sponsored by the Kiwanis.
Following the motto "We Build," the UT chapter presently holds the Kentucky-
Tennessee District Circle K Achievement Award. The District Convention is being
held this year in Knoxville.
A few projects include Citizenship Program, Safety Campaign, Alumni Tours at
Homecoming: the annual Rose Sale: assisting the Neyland Scholarship Fund: Hallo-
ween Party for underprivileged children: printing basketball schedules, summer
job Placement Program, and Key Club Visitation Program.
Officers are: Richard Morris, pres., Don Hendrickson, adm. vice-pres.: Terry
Smith, projects vice-pres., Lloyd Stanley, sec.: Gary Meyer, international trustee,
Bill Eubank, Fred Humphreys, and Jim Farnham, directors, Dan Rhea, director and
district treas., Jim Crossman, treas., and Elizabeth Shafer, sweetheart.
D. Amonette, W. Bailey, D. Baker, D. Barger, B. Beech, E. Blakemore, S. Campbell, B. Conley,
B. Cowan, L. Cunningham, B. Daniel, J. Davis, B. Earnest, K. Ethridge, T. Fields, A. Flemming
A. Garverick, J. Giffen, T. Haga, J. Hicks, B. Hord, R. Hutchinson, A. Irby, B. Kelly, R, Kerr,
W. Lee, E. Lynn, McAfee, M. McClellan, B. McPherson, B. Marks, H. Miller, F. Moore, E.
Palmer, D. Puryear, Overton, D. Owens, K. Owens, L. Partain, R. Riley, B. Roden, B. Scott,
C. Thompson, J. Threadgill, D. Townsend, J. Wanek, F. Watkins, L. Whaley, D. White, G.
Williams, H. Worthington.
COLLEGIATE 4-H CLUB
To develop in the finest quality effective leadership . . . To share with each other
in 4 H fellowship . . . To render service, individually and collectively . . . To give
hack to 4 H interest on the investment it has made in us . . . For these we strive as
UT Collegiate 4 H'ers.
Left to Right, First Row: F. Parsons, K. Propst, A. Wolfe, M. Washburn. Second Row: E.
Bornemann, C. Campbell, P. Burns. Third Row: G. Newton, B. Lilz, W. Savage.
Membership in the Campus Executives' Club is by invitation only. Membership
shall be limited to 100-150 students and 50 faculty members.
Three meetings shall be held each year--one each Quarter. The place of meetings
will be the private Dinning Room of the University Cafeteria where meals will be
served Banquet style. Time of meetings will be 6:30 p.m. and all meetings will be
over by 8 p.m.
The purpose of the Club is to bring together outstanding members of the student
body and faculty for an evening of good fellowship around the banquet table fol-
lowed by a stimulating after-dinner speech.
The University of Tennessee Dairy Club is an affiliate chapter of the American
Dairy Science Association. Purposes of the local club coincide with those of the
national organization and can be stated as follows:
CU WTO provide a channel of communications whereby information of mutual
interest may be exchanged between the various member branches. and between the
American Dairy Science Association and its member branches.
f2j To acquaint students with the American Dairy Science Association, its scope,
purposes, and program.
f3j To develop leadership and promote scholarship among dairy students."
Oflicers for the 1963 year are: Gerald Martin, president, Edwin Moore, vice-
presidentg Tom Strasser, secretary, Charles Moyers, treasurer, and Steve Cates
Left to Right: john M. Burkhart,
M.D., who received his B.A. and M.D.
degrees from the University of Tennes-
C. J. Craven, Associate Professor of
Physics and Astronomy at the Uni-
versity of Tennessee.
Mrs. Gwen Teraski, author of
"Bridge to the Sun."
Left t0 Right, First Row: YV. Scligii'hf'r.
C. Moyers, C. Coan. ml. Houslcy. ,l.
Collins. H. Russell. Second Row: E.
Swanson, A. Cibbs. B. Hailey. B. De-
Nlott, S, Cates, C. Nlgirtin. Klills.
Third Row: Rankin. T. Harrison.
I. Thigpen. S. Hinton. H. Carringer.
R. Lush. C. Hilton.
Delta Nu Alpha is a professional fraternity for transportation majors. Tennessee
Alpha Chapter was founded in 1949. All students who have completed a course in
Transportation are eligible for membership. Delta Nu Alpha has both collegiate and
The goal of the fraternity is to encourage academic achievement. Collegiate chap-
ters do this through encouraging students to participate in its activities which include
lectures by business men in the transportation field, held trips, and movies on different
phases of the industry.
Ofhcers for the 1962-63 year are: Aubrey Needham, presidentg Jimmy Justice,
vice-presidentg john Enge, secretaryg VVi1liam Shawn, treasurerg James Shawn,
historiang James McCoy, business board representativeg and Dr. Joseph L. Trye,
Left to Right, First Row: D. Quillen, W. Bandy, B. Moorehead, G, Lucas, J. Justice, D. Green.
Second Row: A. K. Needham, Jr., J. Pierce, T. Tomlin, E. Maupin, E. Buck, B. Damron, B.
Husttc. Third Row: G. Rumbaugh, G. Kahrs, W. Sikes, B. Schrader, J. McCoy, HI, Shawn,
B. Shawn, J. Emgs.
Delta Sigma Pi is a professional business fraternity organized to foster the study
of business by research and practice, to promote closer afiiliation between the com-
mercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of com-
mercial ethics together with the civic and commercial welfare of the community.
The fraternity offers membership to male students majoring in all Helds of business
who have completed thirty hours of college work with a minimum scholastic average
The Finance Club is a student affiliate of the American Finance Association. Its
membership consists of those students interested in the general held of Finance. The
program of the club emphasizes insurance, banking, and the security markets within
this broad field. The Finance Club makes it possible for faculty members of the
Finance Department and students to meet throughout the academic year on an
The Finance Club has been organized on "The Hill" since 1959. The club was
reorganized in November 1962 with Dr. George W. Bishop, Jr. as Faculty advisor.
Officers for the 1963 term are: Ed Herbert, president, Scotty Portis, vice-presidentg
Jerry Nix, secretary, and John Thomson, treasurer.
Left to Right: First Row: K. Dunlap,
D. Overton, B. Damewood, L. Bible,
J. Shawn, B. Mattox, R. Carney. Sec-
ond Row: L. Arnold, C. Monday, T.
Kilpatrick, W. Shawn, J. Miller, B.
Mullins, R. Bean, P. Budlen. Third
Row: C. Peters, B. Ciddings, D. Town-
send. F. Trotter, J. Threadgill, J.
Francisco, C. Haynes, Not Pictured:
C. Baker, D. Dyeus, B. Lloyd, R.
Williams, J. Myers.
Left to Right, First Row: E. Herbert,
B. Blevins, T. Nix, R. Ellis. Second
Row: M. Harper, D. McClain, B.
Szunplvr. Third Row: J. Thompson, J.
Crossrnun, B, Parrish, Pylant.
Fourth Row: B. Portis, B. Lee, J.
Schulte, L, Leu. Fifth Row: J. Russell,
L. Ching, C. E. White, R. Crabtree.
Sixth Row: E. Flynn, J. Colden, C.
Bone. Seventh Row: J. Pierre, C. Bis-
hop, C. Teasley.
I. E. E. E.
This year saw an increase in activity in the electrical engineering circles. The
AIEE and IRE merged to form the new organization IEEE. The purpose of this
organization is to provide a professional society for the students majoring in electrical
engineering. The programs presented at the meetings this past year have ranged from
very technical meetings given by certain industrial leaders to a joint meeting with
th Home Economics Club.
Membership in the organization is open to all students majoring in Electrical
Engineering. After graduation the students majoring transfer their membership into
the professional engineering portion of the IEEE. Charles Hickman and David Irwin
have served as professional advisors for the IEEE this year.
The officers for the year 1962-63 are: Larry Berry, president, Art Grady, vice-
president, Robert Smith, secretary, Jim Oliphant, recording secretary, and Joe
Left to Right, First Row: L. Perry, R. Smith, A. Grady, J, Oliphant, J. Shcfsky, G. Fredericks
J Mitchell Second Row: G. Virgin, C. Parker, H. Godsey, J. Mclnturif, B. Mills, J. Browning
' K G I G Hardin
Third Row.: T. Ulrich, R. Cox, J. Crouse, B. Tipton, C. Hall, Jerry Dorris, . au 't, .
Fourth Row: WV. Goodwin, B. Wilbanks, P. Billings, C. Edwards, Irby. R. Baxter, J. Arrwood
MARKETI G A D RETAILI G CL B
The Marketing and Retailing Club serves to further acquaint the student with
the problems in this field that he will meet after graduation. As a part of the Club's
program the members have an opportunity to hear speeches by outstanding business-
men. The student club is sponsored by the Knoxville Sales Executive Club.
Officers for the 1963 year are: Shannon Harmon, presidentg Dave Harrell, vice-
presidentg Sam Furrow, secretary-treasurer, and C. Cotham, advisor.
J. C. Cotham, Dr. Dille, Dr. Wasson, Mr. Garrison, L. J. Wilson, K. Lay, H. Scott, D. Bilbrey,
D. Hughes, L. May, D. Moore, B. Warden, C. Jackson, S. Furrow, M. Sutton, R. Jackson, T.
Pleasant, R. Dender, W. WVilliams, C. MCReynolds, J. Whitaker, D. Dutton, S. Harmon, J.
McAfee, S. Mclnturff, C. Carr, T. Quantrille, C. Ethier, C. Dunran, M. Carson, C. Tucker,
A. Heiskell, Murray, B. Housley, J. Moore, D. Harvill, J. Shay, T. Moon, W. Kennedy, D.
Flinn, J. Wade, T. Bartholomew, E. Frakcr, J. Tanner. B. Stoklvy, B. Bradshaw, C. Tombras,
C. Marshall, B. Cooksey, E. Shell, D. Hutrherson, T. Austin, J. Thompson, S. Agonz, D.
Watson, G. Addicks, M. McCoy, L. Whaley, L. Ogle, G. Margrove, J. Cary, U. Comert, A.
Ravinder, M. Peach, T. Cameron, K. George, C. Gwyn, B, Crosby, E. Walker, A. Bryan, E.
Denderhoof, T. Willoughby, M. Sumadhi, C. Fappiano, W, Robeson, G. Meyer, A. Rector,
C. Smith, J. Graybeal
MEN'S GLEE CLUB
The latest and newest addition to the choral family on "The Hill' is the Men,s Glee
Club under the direction of Mr. Ambrose Holford.
The aim since its founding has been the singing of the always-enjoyable old college,
folk, and love songs. Along with the enjoyment, a second and very real aim is the
improvement of singing among the men of the UT campus.
The club is now over a year old, having made its debut on December 8, 1961.
D. Dillard E. Herbert L. McMahon, H. Roberts, R. Samples, G. Dodson, K. Dunlap, D, Grob
J. Jachetti, R. Leeper, I. Litchterman, G. Myers, G, Roberts, J. Tagg, G. Williams, P. Anderson,
D. Barr, C. Brewer, B. Cafferky, Foster, F. Humphreys, N. McGuire, B. Miller, C. Miller,
M. Pettit, D. Ray, S. Sentelle, Smith, White, D. Oakey, J, Bouchillon, J. Brown, W. Comer,
H. Hall, Mol, R. Rodgers, L. Rosenblum, W. Thomas, J. Thomson, J. Wilder, T. Gossett,
J. Rohald, Rothberg.
The Newman Club, an organization of Catholic students, was first formed on the
UT campus in 1933. For many years we met whenever we could find an empty
classroom. But now, through the generosity of the Newman Foundation, Bishop
Adrian, and Mr. and Mrs. E. Ashe, we have a beautiful new home right on campus.
Under the guidance of our chaplain, Father Sterling McGuire, we, as Newmanites,
receive spiritual guidance, cultural resources, and social activities. We have a retreat,
Day of Recollection, a wonderful library, and picnics, ice-skating parties, and a
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Left to Right, First Row: B. Palozola. President: L. Vall T 1. . S d R ' F h
S. McGuire, Chaplain: H. Gomez, Publicity: E. Smotherseyi mlgurer econ ow. in Cr
rs .W I
PHI DELTA GAMM
Phi Delta Gamma, a colony of the national fraternity Phi Delta Theta, came into
being on May 20, 1962. Prior to this "The Hillw had approached two national fra-
ternities asking them to establish colonies here at the University of Tennessee. At
that time, only Phi Delta Theta considered itself capable of expanding to U. T.,
and through its alumni in Knoxville, it began plans for a colony. Thus on May 20,
Captain Wright of the Army R.O.T.C. called together three outstanding young men
who in turn established Phi Delta Gamma.
Taking everything into consideration, the principles of Phi Delta Gamma, the
members themselves, the rapid growth it has exhibited, the alumni supporting it,
and what it has done and plans to do, Phi Delta Gamma-soon to be Phi Delta
Theta-will be one of the top fraternities on the U.T. campus.
Left to Right, First Row: B. Colvin, B. Bailey, B. Parker, M. Goza, G. Hill, B. Barnett. Back
Row: Capt. E, Wright, A. Prestayko, T. King, B. Smith, B. Bumgarner, W. Malin, J. Royal,
S. Furrow, K. Yena, R. Woods, A. Parker, J. Rose, E. Scarbrough, Murraiy, T. Haynes, S.
Ferguson. S. Butler.
"Der deutsche Vereinl' was reorganized at the University of Tennessee in March
of 1962. The purpose of the HVerein!' is to provide club members with programs
dealing with German culture and customs and a chance to improve their knewledge
of the language.
The two big events of the 1962 year were a 1'Fest" and "ein amerikaniseher Student
in Heidelberg," a musical on the lines of "The Student Prince." Other German
programs have been German tapes and movies and conversational gatherings.
Officers for the 1963 year are: Hanks Roden, president: Dick Taylor, vice-presidentg
Sandra Owens, secretary, John Charleton, treasurer: and john Blickensderfer,
PI OMEGA PI
Left to Right: First Row: Dr. Fuller,
B. Roden, F. Taylor, J. Chartton,
Bliekensderfer. Second Row: S. Parker,
I. Barker, A. Gresky, P. Moore, A.
Hermsdorfer. Third Row: H. Ramm,
P. Snyder, J. Tindall, R. Durfee, A.
Pi Omega Pi is a national undergraduate honorary in business teacher education.
The aims of Pi Omega Pi are to promote scholarship, citizenship. ethical standards
in business and professional life, and service. Students demonstrate high scholarship
before they become eligible for membership. The acquire and develop desirable
traits and attitudes through participation in chapter affairs. To teach the ideal of
service as the basis of all worthy enterprise is our ultimate goal.
Lefthto Right, Seated: C. Trusler, E
Daniel. Standing: C. Swainson, M
Left to Right, First Row: R. Davis, J.
Gofer, R. Brooks, G. Burt, J. Hiegel.
Second Row: W. Fricderichsen, R.
Clouse, E. Bryant, C. Bowman, R.
Thach. Third Row: C. E. Fisher, D.
Farrell, B. Sammons, L. Lacy. Fourth
Row: C. Knight, L. Robertson, B.
Left to Right, First Row: E. Dalch, J.
Grossman, D. Townsend, M. Bruce, J.
Farnham. Second Row: B. Withers, E.
Parrott, T. Evans, D. Beal, R. Tallent,
R. Anderson, B. Garrett. Not Pictured:
Pi Tau Sigma is a national honor society for outstanding mechanical-engineering
students. To be eligible for membership in this society a senior must rank in the upper
third of his class scholastically and a junior must rank in the upper fourth of his
class scholastically. New members are elected from the eligible students by the old
members on the basis of engineering ability, scholarship, and personality.
Officers for the 1962-63 year are: Glen Burt, president, Jim Hiegel, vice-presidentg
Roger Davis, recording secretary, Joe Coffer, corresponding secretary, Richard
Brooks, treasurer, and Lynn Robertson, AGE Board representative.
Realizing that undergraduate students who are preparing for careers in the legal
profession have many common interests and ambitions, it is the purpose of the Pre-
Legal Society of the University of Tennessee to coordinate these interests. Member-
ship is open to all undergraduates who are contemplating doing graduate work in
the college of Law. During the course of the school year, the Society presents pro-
grams pertaining to the various fields open to Law School graduates. It is hoped that
association with this Society will give the pre-legal student a fuller concept of what
he will encounter both in law school and in the legal profession.
Ofiicers for the l962-63 year are: -lim Farnham, president, Mary Bruce, secretary:
Dennis Carringer, treasurer.
The University of Tennessee Real Estate Society, organized in 1960, was established
for the following purposes:
QU To promote closer unity between the students and faculty interested in real
QQJ To establish liason with the professional real estate world, to develop the
scholarship program for real estate majorsq to aid in placement of real estate gradu-
C3j Tp promote a better relationship among students in real estate through social
and recreational activities.
The Society is at present seeking a charter from the National Real Estate Fra-
ternity, Rho Epsilon.
The 1963 officers are: James Foster, president, Gene Monday, vice-president,
Fulton Moore, secretary, Jim Crossman, treasurer, Kenny Brown, pledge trainer:
Kenny Bagshaw, liasiong and Blaine Allen, publicity director.
REAL ESTATE SOCIETY
Left to Right, First Row: J. Hollingsworth, F. Moore, J. Foster, G. Monday. Second Row: T
Webster, E. Beaver, Bagshell, B. Testerman. Third Row: J. Crossman. Fourth Row: How
ard, J. Palmer, J. Irwin, C. Walters. Fifth Row: Prof. Townsend, B. Mott, B. Allen, J. A. Hall
The Society for the Advancement ol' M3D3g'l!I1l6Ui has as its purpose: L'To bring
close together executives in business. to he a means of exchange and distribution of
information on the problems, policies, and methods of industry and management:
and to give the student an opportunity to participate in the organization, planning,
directing, and controlling of an organization dedicated solely to the promotion and
advancement of the art and sciences of managementf'
Left to Right, First Row: J. Tate, D. Barger. D. Ahearn, J. Bobbit, T. Elomy. Second Row:
S. Forshey. D. Crumton. E. Jones, L. Bittle, YY. Bundy, B, Helton. Third Row: R. Coulter, K.
Owens, R. Jones, J. Carrier, G, Brewer, W. Patrieh, P. Adams. Fourth Row: J. Perkinson, R.
Crabtree, T. Troupe, C, Piekrel, E. Maupin, M. McDonald, C. Holt, L. Arnold, K. Dunlap.
Fifth Row: B. Cole, B. Huey, J. Price, H. Burns, j. Evans. P. Tweedy. R. Martin, P, Johnson,
G. Lowe, Sixth Row: B. Caldwell, D. Stone.
Sigma Alpha Iota, an internationally incorporated fraternity for outstanding
women musicians, has as its main purposes to further the development of music in
America and to promote a stronger bond of musical interest and understanding
between foreign countries and America.
S.A.I. was founded at the University of Michigan by seven women music students
in 1903, The UT chapter, Gamma Rho, was installed in 1959, having twenty-one
charter members. Today Sigma Alpha Iota has more than 35,000 members with
chapters in 128 colleges.
The 1962-63 officers are: LaVerne IVeaver, president: Nancy Garter. vice-
presidentg Linda Sutton, recording secretary: Dolly Caywood, corresponding secre-
tary: Patricia Brown, treasurer: Jane Wlaller, chaplain: Josetta Shoemaker, editor:
Anne Householder, sargeant-at-arms: Janice Privette. music chairman: and Anna
Tarzier, fraternity education chairman.
The University of Tennessee Section of the Society of XVomen Engineers was
formed in the spring of 1962 with purposes of counseling college freshmen women in
engineering, encouraging high school senior women to consider a career in engineer-
ing, improving facilities for women engineers, and assisting in Engineers, Day. It
is composed of women students enrolled in engineering or physics.
The 1962-63 officers are: Nancy Glift, chairman: Nora Roth, vice-chairman: and
Faye Holler, secretary-treasurer.
Left to Right, Seated: N, Carter, L.
Weaver. L. Sutton, First Row: P.
Burch, I. Welden, G. Harb, J. Prievtt,
J. Waller, P. Brown. Second Row: B.
Luke, C. Rollins, A. Tarzier, J. Pick-
ens, J. Shoemaker, S. Russell.
Left to Right: D. Ivie, N. Roth, V
Barnett, M. McGuire, P. Richardson
N. Clift, Miss Peters, F. Haller, V
Pierce, N, McDaniel.
Seated, left to right: C. Adams, S. Har-
ry, S. Vaughn, M. McLoughlin, E.
Dooley. First row: L. Ownbey, M. Eu-
bank, A. Haslbauer, B. Lane, A. Brew-
er, B. Stubbs, L. Williams, M. Landers.
Second row: E. Davis, D. Simpson, N.
Maples, G. Thompson, J. Currier.
Third row: J. Swein, T. Ferrer, W.
Dunlap, M. Wooten, R. Avrett,
Harper, G. Wade.
Left to right, First row: F. Osborne, B.
Barker, F. Wood, S. Anderson. Second
row: R. Cothran, I. Miller, M. Her-
ring, A. Hoffmeyer. Third row: D.
Barr, P. Blurton, M. Johnson. Not pic-
tured: A. Lindsay, N. Jordan.
El Circulo Espanol was organized to provide entertainment and instruction for
those who are interested in the various cultural manifestations of the Spanish peo-
ple. Club members improve their knowledge of the language, the literature, and
the companionship of persons of Spanish speech who are among us on campus.
S. N. E. A.
The Professional Action Committee for Edudation QPACEQ is the guiding com-
mittee for the Student NEA on the University of Tennessee campus. The Student
NEA is the professional association for college or university students preparing to
teach. Although it is a national organization of state student education associations,
the basic unit is the college or university chapter.
The Student NEA is an integral part of the National Education Association, just
as local chapters and state student-education associations are integral parts of the
PACE has as its specihc purpose to provide opportunities for students to face criti-
cal professional needs and issues early and to act upon them.
The officers are: Ann Hoffmeyer, President, India Miller, First Vice-President:
Frances Osborne, Second Vice-President, Betty Barker and Shari Andersen, Secre-
taries, Ann Lindsay, Treasurer, Pat Blurton and Dave Barr, Publicity Chairman,
Marcia Herring, Social Chairman.
All men who have been awarded a varsity letter in one of the major sports, as de-
termined by the Athletic Council of the University Athletic Association. are eligible
to become members of the WIP' Club.
The head cheerleader and the senior managers who have been awarded letters bv
the Athletic Council are likewise eligible for membership.
Objectives of the "Tw Club are:
1. To foster clean sportsmanship, promote congeniality, and encourage friendly as-
sociation among its membership for the advancement of UT.
2. To emphasize the importance of high standards of scholarship and to assist its
members in the attainment of this end.
3. To promote interest among alumni in University athletics, and to further the
MT" Club sponsors are Coach Bob Vloodruff and Coach Harvey Robinson. Offi-
cers for the 1962-63 vear are: Bruce Mattox. Presidentg Joe Foxall. Vice President:
Jerry Milchin, Secretary, and Y'Vayne Coleman, Treasurer. K
Left to rightg First row: B. Mattox, J. Foxall, J. Milchin, W. Coleman. B. Morton. Second row:
P. Downey, Ensley, K. Hudgens, B. Booth, N. Sullivan, B. Hammond, R. Dalton. Third row'
YV. Bush, P. Augustine, Sullivan, K. Brewston, K. Pritchard, Parker. Fourth row: R. Evey
B. Fischer, R. Zvolervin, T. Weems, K. Tonara. Fifth row: AI. Batey, O. Bowling, S. Elliott, S.
DeLong, P. Tilson.
THE UNIVERSITY SI GERS
The University of Tennessee first established the University Singers in 1948 under
the direction of Dr. John Tegnell. At that time it was the only choral group on
campus. Today it has become the top choral group on the UT campus. The members
of this ensemble are selected on the basis of voice and musicianship, scholarship,
membership in any other choral organizations, leadership, and personality. Under
the direction of Ambrose Holford, this group has shown its versatility by presenting
outstanding programs of the greater works of such composers as Bach and Haydn,
and in contrast, presents everyone's favorite show tunes during the finale of All-Sing.
In recent years the Singers have gained recognition as a tour group. In addition to
their annual spring tour of Tennessee, they make a major tour every two years. It
began in 1957 with a trip to Mexico, was followed in 1959 by a five-week tour of
Spain, and in 1961, by a six-week tour of Europe, visiting England, Holland, Ger-
many, Austria, and France.
S. Anderson, N. Carter, D. Caywood, S. Cox, M. Davis, S. Edwards, M. Fuquay, D. Mashburn,
J. Needham, N. Nickell, S. Simmons, J. Simmons, C. Sims, A. Tarzier, G. Thigpen, I. Welden,
W. Bomar, M. Briel, J. Busse, J. Collins, S. Costner, J. Durham, C. Hansen, W. Fox, W. Harri-
man, B. Hudson, A. Keeble, R. Koo, L. Large, G. Lawson, C. Miller, C. Ruckart, L. Taylor, D.
White, J. Adkins, T. Kilpatrick, E. Smith, D. Trinko, S. Day, G. Roberts, B. Rich, B. Davis, P.
Anderson. E. Calloway, S. Cummings. C. Denny, P. Ferre, M. Gunn, K. Grubbs, G. Kimbrough.
M. Leftwich, S. Novotony, Ragsdale, D. Smith, L. Swanson, N. Mary.
The Volunteer Chorus, a select group of eighty-two members, is composed of
students with musical talent and has presented a variety of programs ll1I'0llQll0llt the
year. This organization provides the participating students with a chance to enrich
their musical skills and broaden their knowledge of different types of music. Bach
chorals, German and Austrian carols, and various other types of music have high-
lighted the yearss musical IDIAOQIYIIII.
M. Abernathy, E. Adams, C. Anderson, N. Bain, B. Baker, L. Bettis, S. Bishop, L. Boyd, P.
Bowyer, R. Brackin, P. Brown, D, Burlhart, J. Burnctte, A. Caflerky, H. Campbell, L, Cecil
C. Cockrin, C, Craig, A. Creech, P. Crosby, A. Davenport, N. Davis, S. Dawson, L. Dobbs, J.
Duck, Durham, H. Ewing, S. Follct. C. Fox, R. Frazier, G. Gillenwater, L. Goddard, J. Gor-
ham, T. Gossett, R. Haynes, K. Herbert, B. Jones, E. Jones, lN1. Jones, lNI. Lovell, J. Lcwellcn, J.
Marler, B. Blatthewson, YV. lNfIathis, P. McCampbell. L. lNIclN'Iahon. J. McNew. J. Meyer, BI.
Michael. A. Nash, M. Nicholon. T. Nickleson. B. O'Daniels. M. Overton, J. Pass, J. Privette
E. Quinn, D. Roberts, C. Sanderson, E. Shafer, S. Sharp, Shurptrine, E. Smith, E. Smith, R.
Smith, Stanley, R. Sturchi, T. Stone, R. Thomas, W'. Thomas, S. Thompson, A. Thurmond, C.
Toole, S. Vcnablc, L. Weaver, P. VVcbb, C. Weldon, L. Wilhelm, J. Wilson, S, Wilson, D. King.
IVERSITY CHRISTIA ASSOCIATIO
Itls Tuesday Night at seven, Student Center ballroom-just another meeting? No,
it's "Y" Ca HY" that means Y.M. and Y.W.C.A. for cvcry student on campusj. So,
that "Y" also stands for "Youve-"You,' who came to college for many different
reasons: to improve your mind through study, your personality through social con-
tact. What about the spiritual side of you? For this is what HY', seeks to develop-
through fun and fellowship, which many campus organizations offer, but "YH adds
the challenge of living one's faith in class, dorm, and organization. Eighty-four years
is a long time-thatis the life span of a program sponsored by the Christian Associa-
tions at UT. "Y" traditions have grown up that touch every studentis life . . . Torch
Night and 'LThe Tourchn for freshmen . . . Aloha Ce for seniors . . . Convocation,
deputation teams, the weekly meetings for everyone. "YH has a purpose-to integrate'
religious ideals into all phases of campus life and to strengthen them, that they may
live beyond college days for all the future.
Left to rightg First row: Richard Morris, president YMCA: Joyce Finnell, president YWCA:
Jane Waller, vice-president YWCA3 Lloyd Stanley, secretary-treasurerg Paula Richardson, scc-
retary-treasurer YWCA. Second row: Sarah Bible, freshman council: Bill Kelley, freshman coun-
cil, Frankie Ellis, freshman council, Mary Lewis, community service: Virginia Pope, membership
and attendance. Third row: Pat Blurton, social and reception: Wesley Fox, Y's Owl, Janie Rags-
dale, music, Nancy Carter, music, Larry Perry, staff photographer. Not pictured: Glen Perry,
vice-president YMCA, Mary Flowers, program, Cecilia Chilton, deputations: Chalmers Brown,
membership and attendanceg Sheri Anderson, publicity, Cynthia Nixon, inter-church, Fred Hum-
phreys, new projects.
A meeting of the uBig Threew
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Everyone's favorite pastime-eating!
Council poses for an informal shot
Friendship to everyone-one of "YV is main objectives
3 2. l
P. Allen, N. Billings, O. Blankenship,
C. Brown, S. Cunningham, R. Doublin.
G. Eady, K. Goldstine, S. Hagood, P.
Hall, J. Henson, S. Kirk, A. Locke, D.
Mahoney, B. Monroe, C. lNToser, T.
lNIcDaniel, V. Palozola, P. Park,
Plunkett, D. Roberts, J. Swafford, V.
Thompson, A. Whaley, M. Lewis, C.
Richardson, D. Coffman, M. Anderson,
T. Benson, V. Carmichael, L. Clem-
mer, E. Crowder, Elliott, M. Griffin,
J. Lewis, L. Lutrell, S. Mitchell, C.
Nixon, J. Picklesimcr, L. Seagrcn, W.
Wall Cardwell Criiiith I Lati
,.l- ' -.l- I , J- -
more, M. Smith, C. Allison, NI. Denny.
L. Eason, B. Gillispie, P. Hicks, D.
Matlock, L. Safiey. P. Saylcr, C. YVhite
The W'esley Foundation is the Methodist Church ministering to Methodist stu-
dents at the University of Tennessee in cooperation with the local Methodist
churches. The main concern is with the Christian growth of the student while attend-
ing the university. To fullfill this purpose worship, programs of study in the Chris-
tian faith, and times for socializing are offered. Sunday evenings consist of meals at
the center followed by programs and worship. The programs at these meetings are
an attempt to administer to the needs of the students. These programs try to give the
students not only things that they need to hear, but things that they want to hear.
This center is organized as a local church in order to give the students a chance
to learn to take charge of church duties and to control themselves. The director is
to function as a director only. '
The director of the center is Rev. George Paris. He is assisted by M. Edward Gib-
son, assistant director, and Mrs. Zack Godwin, hostess.
The Women's Glee Club, under the direction of Mr. Ambrose Holford, is an op-
portunity open to all women students interested in music. The group is selected on
the basis of their singing ability. This year the organization is composed of approxi-
mately sixty girls, including members of all classes. It provides an opportunity to
further develop musical talent, and at the same time to be associated with others
with the same interests. The XVomen's Glee Club joined the Singers in their annual
concert and have also participated in several other programs.
LPHA PHI OMEGA
Alpha Phi Otnrrga Fraternity was founclvcl at Laliaycttc Clollvgcf. Easton. Pvnnsyl-
vania. in 1925. Iota Alpha Chaptt-i', one of IIlOl'l' than 350 cltapt,C1'S. was lounclccl at
U.'1'. in 1950.
All APO tnenihcrs haw' pri-viotisly hvcn affiliatt-cl with Scouting ancl arc clcclicatccl
to thcsc Cardinal Pi'inc'iplt'sf l,l'ilCll'l'Sl1lIJ. Fi'it'mlsl1ip. Servicio.
The purpose of Alpha Phi Unit-ga is Scrvicc- to Campus, coninninity. nation. anal
f1'atm'11ity. Sciwice pioit-c'ts this year lI1ClL1ClCZ Sha1'p's Ridge Clean-up: clZ1lIl1JLlS Pact
salvs for scholarship: aid to stnclcnt c'cnt01': ancl aicl to local Scout Council.
CJfl'll'l'I'S ant electccl hiannually: ohficcrs for May tlirongli lJs-ct'1iiht'1' we-rt-: Basil
NYolliC. Presidcntz Anvil Baird. Vice-Prvsiclciitg Nfiko Rucker, Sccrctaryg Bill
Glass, Sc,-c'1'cta1'yg and llick Pu1'ym'z1t'. 'l'rGast11't'1'. UH:1cc1's for Dcceinhci' lllI'0llg'll lfay
arc: Bill Glass. Prcsiclcntg Scott, Pilkington, Vic'c-Pixvsiclciitg Mike: Rtickvrf Scvrc-ta1'yg
and liasil Wolfe. 'lll'l'21SLll'l'l'.
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E. Niuhols, fl. Scott. V. Ilvnclrix. K. Harrison, M. Rurkcr, I.. 1"rt-sliour,
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ollege will bzome In and
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COLLEGE BOARD . . . composed ol glrls
lrorn area colleges, especially selecled lo
adylse you on 'rlwe lalesl' laslwlons and your AFISO, enioy H1
Parllcular cannpus needs. L Ff:Ei2e,YaU. Herz eXCi+ing eve +
BOOK DEPARTMENT . . .lwas a cornplele l A enley Sffeefligear few of 1-hisgwed egpeciau
selecllon ol llwe looolcs you need and wanl H Q S each Year: O Ie9l6+e ac.Hv?+,+o
lor sclwolarly pursulls and plaln enloyrnenl. 'es
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your reguesl. HO
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penenced personnel, gryen lree ol clwarge, fo pro sfwe LID
on laslwlon and merdnandlslng, bollw lwere ffve Cceeols Occasfcllf FA
and al llwe Unlverslly plus lours ol llwe slore MAD Oflege of w,l,,-C2709 for ESHIQN
ln llwese parllcular deparlrnenls. af7f,'C, EMOIS Of!-fom Q01-nf Offola SHO
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llwese campus adlvl- '32 ,Q BR! DEMO yn-,enf Gmpusenferf ff fo
lles, and wlll be glad 4 and DAL SIJSELLE Ofdey.Gnd'lf'1f'ng
lo consulyx wyllw you on 'L '- :nd fhfafl fOrOW MAGA lQ1L?ffU!ie5S
llvllles, and lwelp you -. .," fo pfa:ef7Q'Sef 5r,-deresenfedg
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UNIVERSITY SHOP jAanL6
Downfow Wesiern Plaza
For Your Business
We apprecia+e if!!
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- H V ., Sc mfer A BOOK STORE
" ll 'mu "Fashion Center For Men" 4709 W, CUMBERLAND
' "-Ili? 514 So. Gov Si.
0 Grill 0 Supply Sfore
0 Cafeferia I Book Sfore
0 Cafering I Recreafion Faciliiies
"Crossroads oi fhe Campus'
163915 CUMBERLAND AVE. PHONE 525-5769
AnieleHe's Hair Fashions
Styled Especially For You
Polly Corol Peggy Fredio Mory
Get the Best . .ln Get
ICE CREAM AND MILK in
6OI Oalc Avenue Phone 522-5I7l
SMOKY MOUNTAIN MARKET
Souih End Henley Bridge Open Day and Nile
300l Magnolia Avenue 58OI Kingsion Pike
HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS I-IND LOAN ASSOCIATIDN
509 Ivlarlcei Sireei 3IOI N. Broadway
North. . .East. . .S+outh. . .West
All Around The T0 Wll
A FULL SERVICE BANK
TO SERVE YOU
Seven Convenien+ Locafions
DAIRY PRODUCTS THAT CARRY THIS LABEL...
ARE GRADE "A"-' ALL THE WAY! P
PET C N -
DICTS ..... .W Dairy
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is The word for prinfi g
pl Ies by Gulbenk.
BLACK AND WHITE
All pIaI'es In I'I1is book were
GULBENK ENGRAVING CU
HAMILTON N ATIO AL
Let Our "Campus-Close"
Location Serve all Your Banking Needs at
1830 NVEST CUMBERLAND AVE.
IN DOWNTOWN KNOXVILLE
'79a,.L 'MMA Suki? U Ronoeks a. COMPANY, INC
"OIdesI DeaIers in Ihe SouIIwIanoI"
ON A SAFETY-PARK PARKING LOT
Wesf Main a+ Henley SI'reeI
"Insurance in All of II's Branches"
J. E. LUTZ AND COMPANY
PROTECTION AND SERVICE
TENNESSEE INSURANCE COMPANY
Our Organizaiion IncIucIes 'rhe Following AIumni:
PAUL ERVIN. '58 ARTHUR RODGERS, JR., '34
JOE ZARICOR. '48 WILLIAM DUNFORD, '50
LEON LONG, '5I JOHN E. LUTZ, II, '40
RONALD ALLEN, '56 WILSON ROWLAND, '48
"GABY" HOOPER, '20 H. P. STICKLEY, '48
JOHN JACOBS, '24 EARL HENLEY. '5I
H. C. ISkeefI BRANDAU, '35
MEZZANINE AND SECOND FLOOR, BURWELL BUILDING
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE Phone: 522-3I7I
Six Convenient Locations
4l4 Clwurclw Ave., SW Tel. 522-I I29
6200 Kingston Pike, SW Tel. 588-8578
Depenolability Since 1884
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COMPANY INCORPORATED !
Structural 81 Architectural
SUTHERLAND AVE. 8: CONO0RD STS.
KNOXVILLE I, TENNESSEE
MILK. BUTTER, ICE CREAM, CHEESE
CHOCOLATE MILK, BUTTERMILK,
Dairy Products Building
Agriculture Campus Knoxville
Visitors Always Welcome
JW GREEN SIAM
A Friendly Member pedefm Depo W msufan Cecofp
M160 1.9261 .. MA RKET M
5.5 Q S+ + K II
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GAY AT MAGNOLIA
FOR AN EVENING TO REMEMBER
I42I Broadway, N.E. Knoxville, Ten
WI1I're Ave. aT l6+Iw STreeT
Phone 523-2 I 2 I
One of +I1e SOUTIIIS Mosf Modern
HENLEY STREET Esso m"'4""'e' H4
C. R. BRADLEY-Owner MENS
I64O Wesf Cumberland
xxTll FruH's 8: Vegefables
lns+ifu+ionaI Foods-Canned and Froze
Visif Your Old Friend, Doc. Ernesf, Offen for Cour+eous Service
ELLIS 81 ERNEST DRUG STORE
THE CORNER OF THE CAMPUS
Your pa+ronage is solicifed and apprecia+ed
THE MAN OUT FRONT
FEEDS " iff'
SECURITY MILLS, INC. KNOXVILLE, TENN.
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