University of Tennessee Chattanooga - Moccasin Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN)

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Index . , Table of Contents . . 51 89 112 73 134 171 22 14-5 202 237 0 Senior class ofiicersz Carole Rawls, treasurerg Bobby Dugan, vice-presidentg Artie Jones, presidentg Ann Hetzler, secretary. SENIOR 1 CLASS IGHT 'PEAKER CLASS PROPHECY X ' Beth Gentry and Schaack Van Deusen K 22 vi x f ' ,e- 5' X i f wg sv CLASS WILL Myra Phillips and Stewart Davis CLASS POEM Delores Bachrnan CLASS HISTORY Ann Hetzler and Pat Bivens l w p i L V 3173 iI1CI lu U I Q IORS . . . 35 -1 . . . the end of the beginning We seniors have reached our goal-the end of the beginning. We entered this university four years ago, un- fiware of our relative importance to the world of tomorrow-a World torn by strife, hounded by factions, and lncreasingly overpopulatedg and now we stand on the threshold of this world, prepared one way or another IO meet the demands of society on our lives. Graduation, or this culmination of four years of formal learning, can only be in reality a commencement- a commencement thrusting us through the tears, the smiles, and the affections into our places as the leaders of tomorrow. CARLEEN LYNELL ARNOLD: Spanishg Chattanoogag Chi Omegag Sigma Delta Pig MOCCASINg Girls, Chorusg Miss Christmas Seal. SINCLAIR WILLIAM ASHLEY: Artg Chattanoogag Sigma Chig Art Club. ,AA 35? ,vs V. H MICHAEL LESTER BAILEY: Engineering-Physicsg Rossville, GCOFSIHQ Engineers' Club, presidentg AIP. NANCY Jo BALBS1 El i Ed - - . Alpha Delta Pig WAAg riisufmauoni Chattanooga, .4555 '--r BERTRAM E. ADAMS: Business Administrationg Wilmim ton, Delawareg Lambda Chi Alphag SAMg Scabbard and Bladg, AUSAQ Pershing Rifles Drill Teamg DMS. ' JO ANN ADAMS: Home Economicsg Ooltewah, Tennessee- Home Economics Club. ' MARTHA DELORES BACHMAN: Englishg Chattanoogag Phi Mug Alpha Lambda Deltag University Scholarsg Writers' Guildg Panhellenic Council, secretary. MARTHA LOUISE BAGGENSTOSS: Mathematicsg Tracy City, Tennesseeg Chi Omegag Canterbury Clubg AIP. DUKE BALLARD: Artg Chattanoogag Art Clubg Methodist Student Movement. BARBARA K. BARBER: Artg Chattanoogag Pi Beta Phis Aff Clubg Canterbury Club. ' OR Y LANDIS BARNETT: Health and Physical Education' lltltlle lfslllflfqlcle City, Florida3 Sigma Ch13 MCU Club. D LLEN BATSON: Biology, Chattanooga, Beta Beta Ssee JAMES iident, Gamma Sigma Epsilon. O Beta, PTC HANS G. BINGHAIVI: Engineering-Physics, Chattanooga, Kappa Sigma, president, Blue Key, Phi Eta Sigrna, Sigma Pi Sigma, AIP, Student Body, vice-president, Alpha Theta Delta, University Scholars, Engineers, Club, ECHO, Freshmen Engi- neer Award, Rules and Regulations Committee. WILLIAM P. BIVINS: English, El Centro, California, Blue Key, president, Student Body, vice-president, ECHO, associate editor, University Scholars, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Honors Day Committee, Honor Council, Rules and Regulations Committee, Westminster Fellowship, president, Student Religious Council. D0 tamE,OTl'lY EUCENIA BROWN: Elementary Education, Chat- Qais ga, Chl Omega? Alpha Lambda Delta' Le Cercle Fran- 1 'S SNEAs Methodist Student Movement, ECHO? Panhel' emc Council. IAN LYNN B Alpha Delt PROWN: Secondary Education, Chattanooga? Gil, Meth 3, 1, president, Honor Council, Panhellemc Coun- Day C0 0,1515 Student Movcmenli, ROTC Sp0nS0f3 H0n0fS Ulmlttee, secretary. WILLIAM PATRICK BEATY: English, Chattanooga. MARY TRUDY BENDER: Mathematics, Mineola, New York, Chi Omega, president, Mortar Board, Panhellenic Council, Student Body, secretary-treasurer. E BONIN: F h, L ncaster, Tennessee , Alpha ident. v1oLA IRENE BOUTON: ElementarY Education? Cham' nooga. WHO'S WHO: HANS BIN GHAM . Student Body Vice-Presldent Kappa Sigma, Presldent Blue Key Alpha Sigma Delta ROBERT LARRY BURT: Combined Scienceg Cleveland, Ten- nessee, Beta Beta Beta. JOHN BERT CALDWELL B : usiness Administration, Chatta- nooff ' K ' ' " " ba, appa Slgma, C Club. + n WILLIAM LEEDS CAMPBELL Health d : an Physical Educa- tion, Annapolis Maryland, Lambd Ch' ' , ' a 1 Alpha, SNEA5 Can- terbury Club. GEORGE CARPENTER: Psychology, Rossville, -Geollzlglgi fragibda Chi Alpha, Circle Kg AUSAg Student Councllg C C ea er. MARTHA JANE CARTWRIGHT: Classics' ssddy, Tennessee? SNEA H . . .9 . I T B ds onor Council, secretary, University Scholars, MOT a 031' ' . s SCCretary, Dorm Council, Rules and Regulati0I1S Com' mltteeg BSU. JOE ROSS BUCKLEY: Business Administration, Chattanoogag SAM. CHARLES EVANS CLIETT: Psychologyg Chattanooga. l ittanooga PATRICIA GAYLE COTTEN: Artg Chattanooga. EUGENE CLARKSON COULTER: Biologyg Rock Spring, land, Ter Georgia. JULIA CLEVELAND: Secondary Eduoationg Trenton, Georgia. "Qln,Q.g N.-,, JOHN COLLISON: Englishg Chattanoogag Newman Club, president. BEVERLY MARIE COOK: Elementary Educationg Chatta- noogag Phi Mug SNEAg BSU. W'HO'S WHO JIM DENTON Student Council "C" Club, President Football Team, Co-captain SENIORS JUDITH ANNE DAVIS: Psychologyg Fort Payne, Alabama- PARMA CHARLTON DAVIS: Pre-medg Beta Beta Betag Gam- ma Sigma Epsilong Westminster Fellowship. i LEO DENNIS: Business Administration' Knox 'll T . a V1 e, ennes- seeg Kappa Sigma. CLAUDE EUGENE DENTON: E 0' ' a.Ph ' . gold. Ceorgiag Engineers, Clubg AIBEmeermD YSICS7 Ring- 45 Q JOHN AINSWORTH COVENTRY: Mathematicsg Chau nO0gaS Lambda Chi Alplaaa Blue Kaya Scabbard and Bladjj Tennisg University Playersg Elections Committeeg Westminstea Fellowshipg Young Republicansg AUSA. I JOEL CUNNINGHAIVI: Mathematicsg Oak Ridge, Tennessee- Sigma Chig Blue Keyg Student Body Presidentg University Scholarsg Alpha Theta Deltag Phi Eta Sigma, ' i BOSE ANN DAVIS: Englishg Chattanoogag Alpha Delta Pi, chaplaing SNEAg ECI-IOg Newman Club. STEWART OWEN DAVIS: Pre-medg Atlanta, Georgiag Kappa Sigmag AUSAg Scabbard and Bladeg AIPg Beta Beta Beta. JAMES RAYMOND DENTON: Business Administration? ,f1glhattan00ga3 Kappa Sigmag "C" Club, presidentg Football e . am, C0'CaPta1f15 SAIVIQ Student Council. EAZLPH PHILIP DERIZZO: Health and Physical Education? c eneotady, New Yorkg P1 Kappa Alph,-35 TSSAAQ Intra- mural Council. Ch I Bliif tnllllgtf. flflesseeg Pelta Pi g Kappa Beta. rati0U5 oolllall ation? Intrf' E OR RAYMOND DEERING: Secondary Educationg Chattanoogag Lambda Chi Alpha, pledge trainerg ECHO, sports editor. GLENDA KAY DICKSON: Home Economicsg Chattanooga' Home Economics Club. PHYLLIS D. EASTERLY: Social Workg Cleveland, Tennessee Chi Omegag SAMg WAA. JAMES FELDER ELDRIDGE: Business Administrationg Chat- tanoogag Lambda Chi Alphag Blue Keyg Student Councilg Varsity Wrestling, captaing HC" Clubg University Scholarsg Phi Eta Sigmag Circle Kg Cheerleader. Q- LARRY ALVIN FAIN: Pianog Athens, Tennesseeg Band. ROBERT K. FANNING: Combined Scienceg Chattanoogag Lambda Chi Alphag Phi Eta Sigma' Gamma Sigma EPSIIOUS University Scholarsg Scabbard and Bladeg AUSA. .JOSEPH PATRICK DOLAN: Combined Scienceg Chattanoogag Kappa Sigmag Newman Club. ROBERT LEBRON DUGAN: Music Educationg Chattanooga Lambda Chi Alphag MENC, presidentg Senior Class vice president. 3 JACK JAMES EMMERT: Pre-pharmacyg Chattanoogag Lamb- da Chi Alpha. ROBERT PATRICK EVATT: Secondary Educationg Chatta- noogag Pi Kappa Alphag BSU. "rf Mk:-, wif WHO'S WHO: PATRICIA BONIN Alpha Lambda Delta University Scholars . Le Cercle F rangais, President II2E13JIgiDA?gEaEHgi .Business Administrationg Chattanoogag Pi JAMES ROBERT FISCHER: B ' Ad ' ' ' . noogag Pi Kappa Alphag Newrii?ri1eCSIubgmBxIIfIiat1On, Chatta- GEORGE WILLIAM F ARR: Business Administration' Chatta- noogag Kappa Sigmag HC" Clubg Varsity Wrestlinggg SAM. BARBARA J. F ENIX: Frenchg Chattanoogag Chi Omegag Le Cercle Frangaisg Mortar Boardg I-Ionors Day Committee. '-I I I or RALPH ELLis FORRESTER: Frenchg Chattanoogas Le Cefcle Frangalsg Unlversity Players, DALE KINNIE FOWLER: Biologyg Cohutta, Georgia- SINDR Student FLAVII Chattan 1 Q L -Q51 ,I I,F L., .51 w 4 ' f , 1 Q xo U , ., ' , ,W 4 ', 1 la' I 'gf ,, V,H, YH, ,, ,W 'MEN as -0 v7 .v-' wp. .b .- Chatta- SAM egag If 38. ' 2 Q HARRIET ELIZABETH GENTRY: Social Workg Nashville, Tennesseeg Alpha Delta Pig University Playersg Mortar Boardg University Scholarsg Panhellenic Councilg Student Council, secretary-treasurerg Methodist Student Movement. ALVA CALVIN GOLDBE-RG: Mathematicsg Chattanoogag Circle K. SANDRA GRAY: Spanishg Hixson, Tennesseeg Independent Student Organizationg SNEAg Sigma Delta Pig BSU. FLAVIUS LEE GREEN: Health and Physical Educationg Chattanooga. SAM M. GOODSON: Engineering-Physicsg Chattanooga. DONALD RICHARD GRAY: Educationg Chattanooga SNEAg treasurerg Sociology Club. WHO'S WHO: GENE LEAKE Scabbard and Blade, President Lambda Chi Alpha, Secretary MOCCASIN, Military Editor AUSA, President 33 SENIORS WILLIAM GEORGE GRIEVE Biolo ' Norris Tennessee 2 aye 9 Lambda Chi Alphag Canterbury Club.C NANCY LOUISE GRIFFIN: Elementary Education, Pi Beta Phig MOCCAS1Ng SNEAg Westminster Fellowship. 'SL'- 'ez- THOMAS GREEN: Accountingg Rossville, Georgia, Lambda Chi Alpha. JACK G. GREGORY: Business Administrationg Chattanooga. Kappa Sigma, Scabbard ancl Blade, AUSAg DMS. , RONALD GRIFFIN: Accounting, Dalton, Georgia. MARTHA KAY GRUBBS: Social Work' Berwyn Illinois' Pi Beta Phi, Dorm Council, president, Sociology Club, treasuierg MOCCASIN, features editor, classes editor. ROSS MURRIEL HAIRE: B ' . USIHCSS Administration, Chatta- noogag Kappa Sigma, Elections Committee, SAM. FRED MC . SAM, president. O 7 nnesseei KAMY HALL: Accountinff' Cleveland Te 6 NANCYDEUE HANKS: Elementary Education, Chattanoogal a a - ' - K PP C fa, Kappa Chi Epsilon, SNEAQ Methodist Student I Movement. ROBERT EDWIN HAMB . . l Y: Engineering-Physicsg Daisy, Ten- HFISSSCQ, Sigma P1 Sigma, president, AIP, vice-presidentg EH' gineers Club. D JACI' nttl nflllga' THLEEN B SHUI Ten MNA MA Tennessee 5 aging eclitoi el Committf KEMP CLI Chattanoog SNEAQ Soi i. Q - V , RONAL Tennessu and Bla EAMES amina Lambda 1n00ga, Nas Rs t xg? 1 x. - his ois, Pi asurerg iooga? itudenl I, Ten' tg En' S OR CONRAD JACKSON HARRIS: Secondary Education, Chatta- nooga- KATHLEEN B. HARRIS: English-Secondary Education, Api- Son, Tennessee, SNEA, Le Cercle Francais. ANNA MARGARET HETZLER: English, Signal Mountain, Tennessee, Chi Omega, Mortar Board, president, ECHO, man- aging editor, University Scholars, Elections Committee, Chap- el Committee, Honors Day Committee, Newman Club. KEMP CLEON HICKEY: Social Work-Secondary Education, Chattanooga, Lambda Chi Alpha, Circle K, Engineers' Club, SNEA, Sociology Club. RONALD GENE HILL: Business Administration, Rogersville, Tennesseea Lambda Chi Alpha, Blue Key, AUSA, Scabbard and Blade! SAM, University Scholars. JAMES L. HOLDER: Chemistry, Chattanooga, Kappa Sigma? Gamma Sigma Epsilon. '-my-,S WILLIAM LARRY HARVEY: Production, Chattanooga, Lambda Chi Alpha, SAM, AUSA, Scabbard and Blade. BRENDA GAIL HEIFNER: Secondar Education' Chatta- nooga, Phi Mu., SNEA. Y 7 CAROLYN CECILE HICKS: Home Economics, Chattanooga, Home Economics Club, secretary. MERVIN HILKE: Finance, Chattanooga, Kappa Sigma, AUSA, SAM, BSU. 'fr-pf W'H0'S WHO! BETH GENTRY Mortar Board University Play61'S Alpha Delta Pi Student Body, Secretary-tr6aSHfCf WILLIAM THOMAS HOPE- Business Admi ' t . n1s rationg J ones- boro, Ceorgiag Sigma Chig "CH Clubg SAMg Young Demo- cratsg Methodist Student Movement. JOAN BLAIR HUF FAKER: Elementary Educationg Cohutta, Georgiag Phi Mug SNEA. X NX NSN-N GEORGE LESTER HOLLAND: Engineeringg Chattanooga. SARAH A. HOLLAND: Educationg Chattanoogag Chi Omegag Student Councilg SNEA. - A ll 1 . elSl1l'l CHA ARTHUR T nesseeg Sig bard and l Fellowship, DAVID Cl Lambda Cl Q, B JOHN B HUGHE - S: Business Administrationg South HadleYv Massachusettsg MOCCASIN5 ECHO. BETTYE JANE IRVINE: Social Workg Chattanoogag Sociol- OSY Club? YOl1ng Republicansg Koinonia Clubg Independents- IN PLESS JACOBS: Physics: Chattanooga: L bd iIjlIhlJLXlPha5 AIP: Engineers' Club: AUSAg Scabbariilmang Blades Pershing Rifies, Commander: Superior Cadet Awa rd. JERRY CHARLES JOHNSON: Business Administration: Chattan00Sa3 SAM' ARTHUR HALL JONES: English, Lookout Mountain, Ten- nessee: Sigma Chi: AUSAg Circle Kg Pershing Rifiesg Seab- bard and Blade: DMS: Senior Class President: Westminster Fellowship, president. DAVID GARLAND JONES: Accounting: Wildwood, Georgia, Lambda Chi Alpha, SAM. :Q I Nix NR x w I I I WILLIAM LEE JOHNSON: English, Chattanooga: Student Rel1g1ous Council: BSU. HUGH KENNETH JOHNSTON: Business Administration: I Chattanooga: SAM. ' I r w i 1 I 4 I I I a I I 1 I I 1 I I I ? If I WHo's Wnoz I MYRA PHILLIPS Beta Beta Beta i I Alpha Delta Pi I Elections Committee, Secretary SENIORS .,,.A-- fi Fr.. W b ,rs-.'-1 ' A ' js., N 1:32 'A . , . 4 Q 1 av-t"' CARL JOHN KEMPF: Business Administrationg Hoosick Falls, New Yorkg SAlVIg Newman Clubg Pi Kappa Alpha, pledge masterg IFC. RICHARD S. KEMMLER: Psychologyg New York, New Yorkg University Playersg University Scholars. xx N 1 'bn' ANTHONY S. KOENINGER: Business Administrationg Soddy, Tennesseeg SAMg AUSAg Pershing Riflesg MOCCASIN. HOWARD EARL LANCASTER: Business Administrationg Chattanoogag SAM. Sf., Ti?-! THOMAS KIRKMAN JONES: spaniSh.HiSt0ryg Rossvme A Georgiag SNEAg Sigma Delta Pig Le Cercle Frangaisg Histong Club. ' DEE ANN KEASLER: Secondary Educationg Chattanooo-. Alpha Delta Pig SNEAg BSU. Da' Gul MALCOLM PRICE KEOWN: Physicsg Chattanoogag Sigma Pi Sigmag BSUg ARRL. LINDA IO KING: Eclucationg Chattanoogag SNEAg Kappa Delta Phi. SANFORD EUGENE LEAKE: Business Administrationg Ross- Vluev Ge01'gia3 AUSA, presidentg, Bandg Concert Ensembl-93 SPONS Car Clubg SAMg Lambda Chi Alpha, secretaryg Sfiab' bard and Blade, presidentg Pershing Rifles, secretary-treasurer! MOCCASIN, military editorg Methodist Student Movement- NANCY LEE LITTLE: Medical Technologyg Trion, Georgia? Alpha Delta Pig Dorm Council. e KAT IOP lan OR HREEN MARY LORENZ: Elementary Educationg Cleve- d Tennesseeg Chi Omegag Newman Clubg SNEAg WAA3 Girls' Chorusg Sigma Chi Sweetheart Court. MICHAEL LEMUEL LOWRIE: Business Administrationg Guild, Tennesseeg SAM. ,ERSKINE PATTERSON MABEE: Englishg Chattanooga. RUTH LOUISA MACHACEK: Psychologyg Chattanooga. MICKEY LEROY MCCAMISH: Business Administrationg Chattanooga? Kappa Sigmag Student Council. JOHN MCDONALD- Business Administrationg Chattanooga Kappa Sigmag Circle IK. LARRY WALTER LUTHER: Historyg Chattanoogag Histori- cal Society, president. DONALD FRANCIS LYNSKEY: Chemistryg Chattanoogag Kappa Sigmag Newman Club, vice-presidentg Gamma Sigma Epsilong Band. LYNN GRAHAM MARSHALL: Psychologyg Chattanoogag BSUg Sociology Cluh. DAVID JOSEPH MARTIN: Mathematicsg Chattanoogag BSU, vice-presidentg University Scholars. WHO'S W1-IO: SCHAACK VAN DEUSEN University Players, President ECHO Delta Psi Varsit Wrestlin y 5 MOCCASIN RONALD MERCER: Business Administration: Chattanooga. CLIFFORD MEYER: Engineering-Physics: Chattanooga: AIP: Engineers' Club. ggx LINDA SUE MCINTOSH: Pre-med: Chattanooga: Chi Omega: ECHO, Editor: University Scholars: Student Council: Student Center Committee: Alpha Lambda Delta: Methodist Student Movement. THOMAS MEEKS: Mathematics: East Chicago, Indiana: Sigma Chi. I FONTAINE PATTEN MOO - ' - ih- Chattanooga' i . RE. Latin Span s , . , ' P1 Beta P1113 Sigma Delta Pi: Alpha Lambda Delta: Unlverslty Scholars: WAA, ELIZABETH JOANN MURRAY: secondary Education? Hifi' Son, Tennessee: SNEA. IERR' BSU. ANN noogz Meth Club Chi Omeg xcilg Studi dist Studi l . go, lndlau ANDREW JAMES NARDO: Combined Scienceg Chattanoogag Kappa Sigmag Circle Kg Newman Clubg HC" Club, JACQUELYNN LEE NORTON: Elementary Educationg Cleve- land, Tennesseeg Pi Beta Phig SNEAQ BSUQ Girls' Chorusg MOCCASIN. JERRY HUDSON PARKER: Political Scienceg Chattanoogag BSU. ANN ELIZABETH PARKS: Elementary Educationg Chatta- noogag Pi Beta Phig Elections Committeeg MOCCASINg Methodist Student Movementg WAAg Young Republicans Clubg SN EA. BARRY D. NOTTAGE: Accountingg Nassau, Bahamasg Sigma Chig SAMg Circle Kg University Playersg Student Council. AMANDA-JANE PARDUE: Secondary Educationg Chatta- noogag SNEA. W'HO'S WHO: JIM ELDRIDGE Blue Key Varsity Wrestling University Scholars Phi Eta Sigma Lambda Chi Alpha, President 41 DORIS REED PELFREY: Elementary Educationg Hixson, Tennesseeg SNEA. JESSE EUGENE PRESLEY: Accountingg Chattanooga? SAM- fit 4""" ANITA CAROLE RAWLS: Elementary Educationg Chatta-, noogag Alpha Delta Pig SNEAg Methodist Student Movementg Cheerleaderg WAAg Honor Council. TIDA ANN RICHARD: Business Educationg Chattanooga Alpha Delta Pig WAAQ Canterbury Clubg SAMg SNEA. CHARLES WESLEY PAYNE: Business Administrationg Chat, tanooga. GARY EUGENE PAYNE: Business Administrationg Chatta- noogag Kappa Signl-HS SAM- JACK W. PROCTOR: Health and Physical Educationg Attalla, Alabamag 'GCN Clubg Varsity Football. BARBARA JUNE QUINN: Secondary Educationg Chatta- noogag Alpha Delta Pig Student Councilg Methodist Student Movement. LINDA ATHALIE RICKETTS: History: Chattanooga? Pi Beta Phi, Pf6SidCI1I3 WAAg History Clubg Methodist Student Movementg Le Cercle Francaisg Kappa Chi Epsilon. NANCY CHAMBERLAIN RIDDLE: Elementary Educatiorli Chattanooga. 'na Chan ng Attalle lg Chatis st Studei . Pl Ogiudelt ugaflon ORS ELIZABETH ANNE ROBERTS: Social Wo1'k: Dalton, Geor- gia: Sociology Club: Independents. MICHAEL BURTON ROBERTSON: Business Administration: Rossville, Georgia: Sigma Chi: SAM. hs MARY JANE RUCKS: Health and Physical Education: Chat- tanooga: Chi Omega: Phi Eta Tau: WAA: SNEA. MARVIN IRA RUDOLPH: Business Administration: Chatta- nooga: Alpha Epsilon Pi: SAM: Hillel Council. I s CHARLES TERRY SCARBROUGH: English: Chattanooga. UWAYNE IVI. SCOTT: Psychology: Chattanooga. fx.. BARBARA RAIKES RODRIGUEZ: Secondary Education: Chattanooga. ROBERTO ROJAS: Spanish: Guadalupe, Costa Rica: Sigma Delta Pi. ,gg ...,, : . ' 4 ' 5,52 t T D. LEROY RYIVIER: Business Administration: Cleveland, Tennes see: Sigma Chi. JOE R. SANDLIN: Engineering-Physics: Chattanooga: Lamb- da Chi Alpha: AIP: Westminster Fellowship: Engineers' Cluh. WHO S WHO ANNE WELLS Alpha Lambda Delta Chi Omega, Secretary WAA SNEA MAXINET. SIMS: Elementary Educationg Lookout Mountain, Tennesseeg Pi Beta Phig SNEAg Methodist Student Movement. WILLIAM PATRICK SLATERY: Artg Chattanoogag Kappa Sigmag Art Club. CAROL HAWKINS SMITH: Health and Physical Educationg Chattanoogag Kappa Deltag Phi Eta Taug AAHPERg WAAg Volleyball Teamg Basketball Team. DONALD B. SMITH: Social Workg Chattanoogag Methodist Student Movementg Sociology Clubg Social Work Club. PHILIP L. SMITH: Social Work- Ch tt Scholarsg Social Work Club. I a anoogag University 'C' t : MICHAEL LEE SMITH: Mathematicsg Chattanoogag AIP5 Gamma Sigma Epsilong Phi Eta Sigrnag SAM. ROLLIN H. STAPP: Health and Physical Educationg Chat- tanooga. 55? tain, WILEY GLYNN STOWE: Phenix City, Alahamag Health and nent. Physical Educationg Kappa Sigmag Varsity Footballg "Cn Clubg Varsity Wrestling. eppa EDWINDEEN STRAWN: Elementary Educationg Chattanoo- gag Phi Mug SNEAg BSU. Jiang.. KAREN DUFFY STEC: Biologyg Chattanoogag Pi Beta Phig Orchesisg Modern Dance Clubg WAAg Beta Beta Betag Tennis Teamg Freshman Class Secretaryg Student Council. JAMES LONNIE STEELE: Industrial Engineeringg Chatta- nooga. W'HO'S WHO: CAROLE RAWLS Honor Council Alpha Delta Pi Cheerleader WAA 45 in 6. X MARY VIRGINIA TERRY: History-Classicsg Chattanoogag Pi Beta Phig University Scholarsg History Club, secretary-treasurer. WILLIAM VANBEVER: Business Administrationg Kingston Tennesseeg SAM. 7 GEORGE YUNDT VON CAN ON: Business Administrationg Lookout Mountain, Tennesseeg Varsity Tennisg 'CCW Club. MARIANNA WADDEY: Educationg Signal Mountain, Ten- nesseeg Alpha Delta Pig SNEAg MOCCASIN. -V V7 PATRICIA W. STULTS: Social Workg Cleveland, Tennesseeg Chi Omegag Sociology Clubg Elections Committeeg MOCCA. SINg Girls' Chorusg SNEA. JAMES L. TANARA: Health and Physical Educationg Spring City, Pennsylvaniag "C" Clubg Varsity Football. GEORGE SCHAACK VAN DEUSEN: Englishg Lookout Moun- tain, Tennesseeg Delta Psig University Playersg ECI-IOg MOC- CASIN, sports editor. STANLEY R. VOGEL: Psychologyg Springfield, New ,Ierseyg Alpha Epsilon Pig Hillel Council. LARY LEF WALKER J . : Industrial Engineeringg Dyersbllfg, Tennesseeg Sigma Chig AUSAg Rifle Teamg Engineers' Club. HARRIET ANN WARD: Historyg Chattanooga. NBU iiillork Ch 1 U0 ' l Urfhws' STEVE D lambda 1 CAROLYT llu, presi Epsilong Dorm Co CAR Mill B RU YOI-kg OR MARY NELL WEATHERS: Social Work, Chattanooga, SO- cial Work Club. NE CAROIE WEBER Health and Physical Educ MIGNON J i . . a- tion, Granite Falls, North Carolina, WAA, 'Phi Eta Tau, Orchesis. STEVE DOUGLAS WHITAKER: Social Work, Chattanooga, Lambda Chi Alpha, Pi Gamma Mu, Social Work Club. CAROLYN ANN WILEY: Education, Cowan, Tennessee, Phi Mu, president, Mortar Board, University Scholars, Kappa Chi Epsilon, Panhellenic Council, Student Center Committee, Dorm Council, president. in- SIAROLE ANNE WILSON: Voice-English, Chattanooga, Phi U3 ECHO, fine arts editor, Choir, University Players. ERUCE WOOD: Business Administration, Staten Island, New Ofki SAM, Band, Methodist Student Movement. r' , ' g was LYNDA ANNE WELLS: Mathematics, Chattanooga, Chi Omega, Alpha Lambda Delta, SNEA, WAA. GORDON WETMORE: Art Education, Signal Mountain, Tennessee, ECHO. CHARLIE NEILL WILLIAMS: Accounting, Dalton, Georgia. JEAN WILLINGHAM: Social Work, Chattanooga, Sociology Club, Chorus. ,,,.,. ,,,.,..,, ,,.,, . ,.,. , 9, . I, liryp ,W I ' 2 , ' f f 'f 1 v V ' Q 0.-4 fy wfyf, awww f9X fwkf-'X IQ"-'rf - - D l MARILYN GAIL WOOD: Englishg Chattanooga, Alphziig eia Pi, Alpha Lambda Deltag Kappa Ch1 EPS110Ha Mortar Oar ' University Scholars. LESLIE EUGENE WOOTEN, JR-2 5eC0ndafY Education? Rossville, Georgia. MYRA PHILLIPS: Biologyg Chattanoogag Alpha Delta Pi Elections Committee Secretaryg Beta Beta Beta Secretary Gamma Sigma Epsilong University Scholars. v""'N L,,,......-f- 165 Sigma Chi. amauga, Georgia. ' 7 a 7 WHO'S WHO: MARTHA CARTWRIGHT Honor Council Dorm Council Rules and Regulations Committee Mortar Board CALEB PAUL WRIGHT, JR.: Educationg Chattanoogag MILDRED MCDONALD YOUNGBLOOD: Pianog Chick. MICHAI sa: Siam RICHAE lanoogal lI100ga3 Chick. EVENING COLLEGE Chattanooga College, the evening and special classes divi- sion of the University, offers a adults in the Chattanooga area. Wide range of opportunities to This branch of the University enables many adults who are unable to attend as regular, full- time students to obtain a degree. MICHAEL WOODROW ALEXANDER: Physicsg Chattanoo- gag Sigma Pi Sigma. RICHARD ALAN CHAPMAN: Accountingg Chattanooga. STANLEY FoRsTER HAYES: Engineering-Physicss Chaf- tanooga, EDWI N HORTON: Industrial Engineeringg Chattanooga. BETTY LAUD-ERDALE COTHRON: Elementary Educationg Chattanooga. IDA BELLE DAVIDSON: Elementary Educationg TICHIOI1 Georgia. wit I 'i4...f- 'IV WILLIAM JOSEPH MCCLURE: Industrial Engineeringg Chat- tanooga. WILLIAM MONROE MCMAHAN: Accountingg Chattanooga. LARRY EDWARD NELSON: Combined Science' Chat n , t - gag Pi Kappa Alpha. a OO RONALD A. PIERCE: Business Administrationg Rossville Georgia. , 50 THOMAS HAROLD JENNINGS: Industrial Engineering, Chattanooga. ' JAMES WILLAD JONES: Business Administrationg Chat- tanooga. 3 .f' , C. D. MCNICHOLS: Business Administrationg Rossville, Georgia. MARGARET FANT MESSIC-K: Psychologyg Chattanoogag Registered Nurse. merino by Ilg Chat Rossville, N tanoogag ADMI I TRATIO 51 1 ALUMNI TRUSTEES HONORARY TRUSTEES FOREST F. CATE, JR., ,56 . . . HOWARD P. SOMPAYRAC, JR. '51 DOUGLAS A. MEYER 754 . . . JAMES A. DAVIS '50 . . . 1961-64 1962-65 1963-66 1964--67 CHARLOTTE PATTEN fIVIrs. Alexanderj GUERRY ......... Lookout Mountain P, J, KRUESI ...... . Lookout Mountain DAVID A. LOCKMILLER . . . Washington, D. C. A, F, PORZELIUS .... . . . Chattanooga JQHN ROSS SCOTT .... . . Chattanooga BISHOP ROY H. SHORT . , . . Nashville EDWIN C. WOODWORTI-I . . . Chattanooga EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: L. to R.: Scott L. Probasco, Jr., John T. Lupton, Summeriield K. Johnston, Pres. LeRoy A. Martin, W. E. Brock, Jr., Chairmang Donald H. Overmyer, Raymond B. Witt, Jr., John L. Hutcheson, Jr. Not Pzctured Harry C. Carbaugh, Vice Chairmang J. Burton Frierson, Robert L. Maclellan, Z. Cartter Patten, J. Polk Smartt. James L. Fowle . . J. Burton Frierson . . . Ruth Sulzberger Colden . Otto J. Hubbuch . . H. Clay Evans Johnson . Summerheld K. Johnston . . Robert L. Maclellan . . . Scott L. Probasco, Jr. . R. P. Purse, Jr. . . . J. Polk Smartt . . E. Hornsby Wasson Earl W. Winger . BOARD OF TRUSTEES . . Chattanooga Lookout Mountain Lookout Mountain . . Chattanooga Lookout Mountain Lookout Mountain Lookout Mountain . . Chattanooga Lookout Mountain . . Chattanooga . Morristown New Jerse 7 Y Lookout Mountain Creed F. Bates . . W. E. Brock, Jr. . . . Robert H. Caldwell . . W. Max Finley . . . James B. Irvine, Jr. . John T. Lupton . . T. A. Lupton . . . Edwin O. Martin . . Richard L. Moore, Jr. . Z. Cartter Patten . William G. Raoul . . Charles W. Wheland 52 , . Chattanooga Lookout Mountain Lookout Mollllfaln , , Chattanooga Lookout Mountain Lookout Mountain Lookout Mountain Lookout M0l1Utafn Lookout Mountain Signal Mountain Lookout Mountain Lookout Mountaln in in C. a a ile Sa attanooga Mountain Mountain attanooga Mountain Mountain Mountain Mountain Mountain Mountain Mountain Mountain GLENN LeROY BUSHEY, Ed.D. Dean, Chattanooga Evening College Professor of Education CADEK CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC For many years Cadek Conservatory of Music has con- tributed to the musical life of Chattanooga by encouraging the study and appreciation of music as a desirable asset in modern social relations. ln 1948 it became affiliated with the University and offers noncollege and preparatory level music, art, speech and dance instruction and provides pri- vate lessons for credit for college students. GARLAND M. MORTON, B.B.A. Director, Development Ofiice icq 'V' 2 S CHAT TANOOGA COLLEGE Chattanooga College is the evening division of the Uni. versity and serves to make the benefits of higher education available to adults of the Chattanooga area. These courses, offered for credit and non credit, are held in the late after- noon or early evening and on Saturday morning. Work taken in this division may be applied toward any of the degrees or certificates awarded by the University. HAROLD CADEK, Dean, Cadek Conservatory of Music Professor of Piano and Violoncello r Tilt? Cf I Httllelor NUS div I fflllfigsi I Walton, 1 tation, h ' P5lCll0l0i Ulltillioi THE DEVELOPMENT CENTER Q s it is the purpose of the Provost Office to stimulate I the academic growth of the University, so it is the purp0SC of the Development Oflice to stimulate the physical growth. W0rking in conjunction with the Planning Committee, the Office is involved in various public relations and fund rais- programs. Their present project is concerned with pro- V1 fng the much-needed gym-auditorium facilities for the University. A l 54 AUGUST WILLIAM EBERLE, Ph.D. Provost, Acting Dean, College of Applied Arts, Professor of Education COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS The College o-f Applied Arts offers courses leading to the Bachelor of Science and the Bachelor of Music degrees- This division provides sound foundational and technical courses in professional fields of economics, business admin- istration, education, engineering, health and physical edu- cation, home economics, military science, music educatlon, psychology, secretarial administration, and preprofesslon education for social work. COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES The primary purpose of the College of Arts and Sciences is to acquaint students with broad and representative areas of knowledge and to increase their ability to use this in- formation. The College, offering programs leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree, is composed of four divisions: Fine Arts, Humanities, Science-Mathematics, and Social Sciences. Selected courses offered in the College provide the core curriculum Which, with some modifications, is pre- requisite for any undergraduate degrees. JAMES WESTON LIVINGOOD, Ph.D. Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, Guerry Professor of History -5,3 -'- ' """ .,- 55 K L A n J! '- I P R fv. ANDREW NARDO, M.A. MOSS WRIGHT, M.A. mail LEON FORD, B.S. A. C. MOORE, B.S. ILA KAY GURAEDY, M.S. PHY ICAL EDUCATIO GEORGE AVERITTE, Ed.D. Department Head - f I EDWARD RHODES SECRET RIAL D I ISTR TIO I SARAH PHILLIPS, M.A. Department Head R, X., ."1 ,N f ' h Ms A XV,,,.1- NWA , Eg , I Q47 ff , I r 'Rui Eco 0 ICS AND BUSINESS DMINI TR TIO ARTHUR VIETH, Ed.D. Department Head CHARLES THOMPSON, M.B.A. RAYFORD McLAURIN, M.B.A. THOMAS GERAGHTY, M.B.A. MERRILL COHEN, M.A. B BEN GROSS, Ph.D. Department Head LEWIS FLETCHER, Ph.D. WILLIAM SWAN, Ph.D. DOROTHY DALBY, M.s., R.N. IRVINE GROTE, Ph.D. GEOGRAPHY AN GEOLOGY ROBERT WILSON, M.S. Department Head 1 1 li HORACE McDOWELL, J R., M.A. 'I 1 1 '? It PE L 5 JOHN FREEMAN, Ph.D. Department Head ITS-g .T rf H CHARLOTTE FREEMAN, M.S. xy vii :,n,,...f,M ELEANOR McGILLIARD, M.A. I BETTY LACKEY, M.S. 60 BIOLOG , GARY LITCHFORD, Ph.D. GENE VREDEVELD, M.S .M X A 8 , . .Xxx k WILBUR BUTTS, Ph.D. PHYSICS MYRON MCCAY, Ph-D MORRIS HETZLER, A.B. Department Head LAWRENCE FINCHER, M.S. NORBERT KOCH, Ed.D. Department Head ENGI ERI, C s m? mm: U KAREL HUJER, D.Sc. Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy FRANK HODGDON, Ph.D. 61 JOHN TEMPLE, B.S. Director of Computer Center ISA McILWRAITH, M.S.M. xmgatka IC ED C TIO E. D. RUSHWORTH, M.Mus.Ed. Department Head --Q55-MiM 1 ARTHUR PLETTNER, Mus. Doc. ' ' Q ' ",,,,Wf' ' 1 '--' fgv5'j'mf7ff-,,., , . ,KWH , if 'K fl: -'B V, wxf? ' 'X 'jk .X 1' we W.,-M D. " , V, JNP N' ? W,,,,Wf"' ,,f ff iff- - 5 ,f X New z 4 QDWAY HIS.- GEORCIA BELL, MS. Department Head HO ECO O IC PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION KIM ROGERS, B.D. Department Head 'Q vi ' 62 , 'ri Iii-'ii f - 1 STANLEY WILLIAMS, M.A. Department Head PSYCHULOGY WALTER RUBY, JR., Ed.D., Director of Talen- , ted Youth Program and of T Educational Services Cen- Ieeuqu Sf g ter , , ws ,NN -xi h E.. X X " as ,cs , ELIZABETH DALTON, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Education and Psychology ,fs PAUL PALMER, A.M. UCIULOGY KENNETH WHITTEMORE ky, ULREY WILSON, Ed.D. Department Head GEORGE CHESS, M.F.A. Department Head ALLISON von SLAGLE, M.Ed. CHARLES HANTON, M.A. GAIL HAMMOND, M.A.E. ISHMAEL UTLEY, Ed-U JEWELL RUDICIL, M.Ed Director of Reading Center h X8 xx I 3. 2- , tx ' Q ' sk i N R11 1 i 1 X . 1 1 1 1 '1 11 CLASSICS JOSEPH CALLAWAY, Ph.D. S Department Head 1 MODER 5 ANGUAGE 1 1 1 J S'1 Y , C Y TERRELL TATUM, M.A. REUBEN HOLLAND, M-A- 1 i 1 A- P ,A fl 1 7 1 C , 1.1 it . it C Ci A 'I f QC gf? li. X X. ,mi I MAXWELL SMITH Docteur de L'Universite de Paris jg Department Head 1 I 1 ROBERT ANACKER, Ph.D. f' 65 1 1 1 '1 fl ,Q -I '1 I 1 l 1 I HILDE ANACKER, Ph.D. I I s I 1 'E I I '1 1 f 1 A 1 1 1 I J ' A Y , S? 1 .3 Y 5 "fZfLQ??1fCi ,X I HI TORY AND PDLITIC L CIE CE CULVER SMITH, Ph D FRANK PRESCOTT Ph D F1 CAPT. DONALD GRANEY, A.B. LT. COL. LAWRENCE KELLY LL.M. Prof essof of Military scienim L CIE CE w K CAPT. WILLIAM GLASGOW, B.S. CAPT. PAUL SLATER, B.B.A. I I F I 1 67 A W1 ROSA ANN MOORE, M-A- f E GLIH JAMES SPEARS, M.A ARLIE HERRON, M.A. CHARLES WOODARD, Ph.D. 68 EDWIN LINDSEY, Ph.D. MICHAEL RICHARDS, M.A i 2 i fl ia E , 1 ,W ' GEORGE CONNOR, M.A. Department Head NICKOLAS SPORNICK, M.A. ENID BRYAN, Ph.D. ,ff' ROLAND CARTER, M.A. 69 pf! DOROTHY MARTIN, M.A. HERSCHEL SELLERS, JR., MS. VIRGINIA ROHDE, PRD. THEM TIC Department Heee fe 746 we ff 1 Z . :I V, W4 WM WINSTON MASSEY, M.A. JOHN GRAY, M.A. LOUISE MCINTOSH, IvI.Ed. CHARLES BROWN, M.A 5' ..1 A-nuauiiv 5 '. . VL E ,f --f 1 'T'f- , 3 ff- "I "",,f.. . , ' A ' ."': ,fx 7 - I I e'?il"-fl X" .-' V ,e ,- ,Jw, N.. . 5. -fkxe 1 " ' ' sr - 4 ' ' f I 'Qkufgl e h . . :Lg fx -' Y , x gs - e e -. 1 V+'-I ' ai ! ' '1""f Q? - V e N, M.A. C DEK CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC DORIS DOE Professor of Voice GEORGE COX Associate Professor of Music LILLIAN CADEK DAME Assistant Professor of Violin VIRGINIA GROSS Special Instructor in Harpsichord and Piano 71 SW'-' ALBERT BOWMAN Librarian Librar XXX . QQXN. MARY HALE Assistant Librarian GRADY LONG Circulation Librarian CLARA WASHBURN Reference Librarian Ila Shaw, Secretary, and Anita Patton, Cataloger i Alice WL.. X iQ., ,,l'u', - 1,1-.V 1 " tu, Hillel DM SSION S FFICE 3 -'FUN vp Alice Bilderback, Secretary Harmon Lee, Assistant to the Director Jewell Snyder, Director OFFICE NESS UF FICE Q l l 1 A ' l P X K I V V l 1 I . X . Margaret B. Jones, Secretary Charles G. Wright, Director of Main- tenance James G. Umbarger, Bursar i 1 K M l Manager Clara Hughes, Head of Paperback I A Department 5 935611 Rankin, Purchasing Agent and Bookstore Hnager 73 . V --,-V--,-.K .,... Virginia Romska, Assistant Bookstore 5 1 P I 0 Louise Brimer, Secretary Margaret Buhrman, Assistant Comptroller l .luanita Counts, Secretary D l pam. Edlth Massey, Bretske Dining Hall iii - ti E3 t , , f ' Jo 'C ' 'f ' N ' l' Hulda Nite, Manager of Bretske Dining Hall Gertrude White, Bretske Dining Hall I L f , OFFICE 0 THE DEA OF TUDENTS N W ff 9 . 5 J., . f L Elizabeth Hampton, Director of Student Center Myrtle Lane, Assistant Manager, Student Cen- ter Cafeteria Nettye Broyles Mana er of Stu S . , , g . arabelle Eldridge, Assistant to Di- dent Center C fet ' a erm, rector of Student Center Lorena Heinemann, Secretary l l 7 il I 4 I ng' Hal E Studfi OFFICE OF DEVELOP E T OFFICE Nancy Templeton, Secretary Doris Brown, Secretary Eleanor Sweeney, Secre tary THE OFFICE O PRE IDE Virginia Hellman, Administrative Assistant OFFICE O REGISTRAR Natalie D. Schlack, Registrar T Earl D. Hale, Director of Publicity Madolyn Ward, Switchboard Operator 1 i I Kay Bartlett, Secretary E PROVO 1 - "' 'axis Grace M. MacGaw, Administrative Assistant Nelle Ward Hicks, Assistant to the Registrar f ASIAN ST UDIE PROGRAM Richard Frye, Harvard University "Iran and Persia" L to R.: Dr. ,lane Harbaugh, directorg Professor Charles Issawi, speaker on the modern Middle East, Dr. Kemal Karpat, speaker, Dr. Culver Smith. Dankwart Rustow, Columbia University "Turkish History" +ff+,,tyfivwsaaN?f egg s? " ' - F' 5 me elif ,C w f . U11-O1C9v ,Q F4295 as an 2 y fi 4515335 Qerftigiggetz iiwiNwwffe,waafezrS Maam4a.,a amk ssa lgemal Karpat, New York University Internal Political Transformation of the Middle Eastn Since the acceptance of a SISLOOO grant from the Ford Foundation for a COOPCTQUVC three-year Asian Studies Program in 1963, the University haS iiot only increased the number of books available on Asian culture and col- ected all material concerning nonwestern c1v1l1zation into a specific readlllg 1'O0m, but concluded successfully its second year of ten lectures by outstanding Personnel 111 the field of Asian studies. This program directed by Dr. .lane . , . l . 7 Harbauah, 15 deslgned prlmarily to increase the teaching competence of IHCH1' bers of the faculti f UC ' ' Colleges. es 0 9 Blrmlngham Southern, Maryville, and Knoxville 76 LIB! 3, 67? mil l'E'1?i MI: ' 2124.5 55121 ' .G FQ ,S UG 1 M:-il., if -1.- Ziff :M lei: 1 Midul 5 5 Aziz Ati a Universit of Utah Y , Y "The Eastern Christian Churchesn I I Gerson Cohen, Columbia University l Seminar: Jewish History l i i Richard Ettinghausen, Freer Gallery of Art "Arts of the Middle Eastv H I X 'F vii I ' A I y Q 77 . OUR ,1 Ha IIS Carleen Arnold 5 . ,exp tif Delores Bachman ln. Hans Bingham Martha Cartwright Pat Bivens Patricia B'onin ALPHA SOCIETY Election to ALPHA is the highest academic distinction granted to seniors who have shown excellence in scholarship. To be eligible, a senior must have a 3.5 average or better for his entire course at the University. Election is by vote of the faculty members of Alpha and indicates that the stu- dent has shown the capacity to develop body, mind. and spirit. From the graduating class of 1965 twenty-two members were elected. Mr. H. G. McDowell, Jr., and Dr. R. O. Moore were selected from the faculty. Mr. George Cress serves as president of the society and Mr. Robert L. Wilson as sec- retary-treasurer. 79 Kathleen Harris Ada Beard Killell' er Barbara Femx Font Joel Cunningham Ronald Hill Ann Hetzler Sue Mclntosll 80 l Elizabeth Murray Fontaine Patten Moore McKinley Orr arles Veazey Michael Smith Marilyn Wood Carolyn Hankins Spencer 81 Mary Virginia Terry NOT PICTURED Bessie Forster BLUE KEY One of the highest honors that can comg to a male student is being tapped into Blue Key. The criteria for membership are char- acter, excellence in scholarship, and leader. ship in college activities. Some of Blue Key's yearly activities are the Blue Key Follies, held in March, the publication and distribution of basketball and wrestling schedules, and this year the Mortar Board- Blue Key-sponsored Last Chance Lectures. John Coventry Mr. A. L. Fincher rw..- Artie Jones 9 1C 'sham Hans Bingham Joe mmm Lt. Col. L. B. Kelly Tom Kline Dan Stout Pat BiVe11S, President Jim Eldridge 82 Ron H111 L . - 3OII1e Blue zhar. ider. Blue Key and tling ward. lres. ham Ron Hin ORT R BUARD Carolyn Wiley Barbara Fenix Martha Cartwright Trudy 'Bender Marilyn E Ann Hetzler, President Outstanding senior Women are tapped each year into Mortar Board, the highest wornen's honorary organization at the University. Their election acknowledges excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service. This year Mortar Board has sponsored a scholarship awarded to a deserving junior woman, a Homecoming mum sale, a calendar sale, a Student-Faculty basketball game, and, in conjunc- tion with Blue Key, the Last Chance Lectures. 83 Wood Beth Gentry Eff, i in ,,-,I 1, I , ,K MORTAR BOARD- BLUE KEY A LAST CHANCE LECTURES LT. COL. LAWRENCE B. KELLY PROFESSOR GEORGE C. CONNQR 44The Craft So Long To Learns, 4' . . . a blot of mustard, a crumb 97 of cheese i 6 R 3. N . i x DR. IRVINE W. GROTE 1 - c'Reflections on a Happy Life" M4 v P DR. JANE HARBAUGI-I GGAJI Eastern Inelinationn 1 1 84 ' tx' f' XX '12 x 2 1 4 1 R 4 X 1 ,S '- L'-1 U , 3 - xx MWWWNX ,N W.. mn: K NW X X. """NfQw-2.45 HM Aw ---' f M W QSM 40- . Q -kv V M- ,- ...., X N 3... .. . , A .N .x ""'-wR3'.,7,3-N .ax-. x sw wg., --.A . .. X X +--Xt: Q--.rm "-M -M N -H WWNQL X Miz, 'Mx:.,':x.1..,,'g:.:-: X '-'mzxkxsp QQ' -N 14:34 N. -X f x -x . N. Nuns Nmmvixxx. ...vmh XXX . 'N' --1' xx ..., . -A -...NTT-. :LE .- x x N ,.., ., . N- 2,33-. 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To qualify, a man must have a 3.5 or above average at the end of his first semester at the University or an accumulative 3.5 average at the end of his first year. ERVE ' h bene Leake Bob Fanning glatnioliggg am Jim Eldridge Joel Cunningham Stewart Davis I 88 ,-JP' wx LQ FEATURES The Brigade Staj of the United States Naval Academy, at Annapolis, Maryland has selected MISS BETSY CLEMMER C as the 1965 MOCCASIN Beauty Q k aw. f 5 X s X x. Ofiicial U. S. Navy Photograph A lan E. Siebe William A. Fries Timothy C. Kelley Edward J. McLyman Richard K. Smith Ronald M. Bancroft, Brigade James Stark . ". . . the Brigade Staff . . . is the group of first classmen fseniorsi who are resggjgg ble for the organization and administration of the Brigadeof M1dSh1PmenahCur Ordi- four thousand strong. The Brigade Commander is generally responsiblefor t'C Cfgisted nation of policy between the officer staff and the midshipmen. To do th1S, he 15 35 by six staff members: Deputy Brigade Commander lliichard Smithi Operations Officer fAlan Siebel Administration Ofiicer fWilliam Friesi Adjutant fTimothy Kelleyi Communications Officer flidward Mcliymanj Supply Officer flames Starki In addition, this unit represents the Bri d in all ' ' ga e at official functions and leads the Bflgade marching CVOll1t101'1S.,, 90 Commander 1 1 V N My L mi if f M W 5, w iix :M- 'vv X X vw, xx xx, ,K -...W :A ,M P x- ,ff , 1:1 F. af-sg" 9 xl? 'aw sy! H if? ex v 1 1 5 1 5 1 U a F r Q 4 r 4 . 1 ' 1 BEAUTY . .-v" X s G. ix X NSWMQ 4 1 1' if 9 gf 3 + 4 BEAUTY 'S-f Q I..-.4 . - M 44 f Q ff 1 Q Lx mi ,,, X Q. ,ff ,ff f f X rp A I Www ,WSL W, . fjyffqvwg' ' W ff ff, 1 1 f f ff! fa fff! X 4 1 1 fpzf 4! E , g5, ,:1 1 f, ,W 4 f,,Hf . wah Y , , W . L? W Q M355, 5 1 3323 J35,"' L, .,,: ,. 53,3 . . ,,.,Q BEAUTY Q, ,5 w X 1 L -X 'Yr ., M E 13" Q 2 T U Y. 3-v l , 1.: 7 1-Thu X mm Q Hwy if .. X fav' ... .,,. , -"' 1' ., , u..f,,,,,'T,f',ffr1":,nlv'1 fwvwww W--nnvm. 1,11 V W., .,- angel- ,1 'funn-qv:-14 vqlhw-.: an mamma-'g JK ""? 1 , i I L 3 A f, , 4, swf .M 1, -,W 1-LL 1 y t MISS UC BETH GENTRY Vibrant red hair, vivacious personality, dramatic ability are outstanding char- acteristics of Beth which shall never be forgotten. As a top leader among women she is indeed Worthy of the and OH Campuse title Miss UC. BACHELOR of UGLINESS HANS BINGHAM High ideals, congenial nature, and cooperative manner denote Hans as a "prince among men" on campus. He represents to the student body a deserving Bachelor of Ugliness. SENIOR SUPERLATIVES Y T AMBITIUUS etzler d ' ones MOST COLLEGIATE Carole Rawls and Henry Rookis .-...wbwaw fx , . MOST ATHLETIC George Farr and Nancy Jo Bales ' xrvrgx ,931 rj ,, Q X?- ivx IW J 1 l . 'Z' WW' 4 A 'T f ll NI :af if ,' f Q Fxffkg A f CW A fly Li I 'UW' 2,51 ? 2,5 415W .l'.,: 5 A.. -S31 i u ' , v I" ' MOST CONGENIAL Kay Grubbs and Hans Bingham MOST CONSCIENTIOUS Jan Lynn Brown and Joel Cunningham V'-A NN? NX fry..-'Q E'5,,.frE2- " . Nl.: 5 X 'Nsssz W, Q. s. mm X S 5533? xx :X ggi wgqgi 325 I I I ! I I I I . I I I I I I I N I I I I I MOST CREATIVE Delores Bachman and Bill Ashley .,.-vo xxx .,,-I MOST DRAMATIC Schaack Van Deusen and Beth Gentry MOST ENTHUSIASTIC Tida Richard and Stewart Davis I ,I I I I I I I I IISTU - 1 I Ma MOST GENUINE I Martha Cartwright and Bobby Dugan I I I V I Mosf INTELLECTUAL Par Bivens and Marilyn Wood i lf. ,V 9? WITTTEST Marlanna Waddey and 1 Dan Stout 111 Q f ,M GREEKS ' ,ff Q A .5 A 6522. I If ' R?-:W X 7 1 r Mary Lou Evans directed the first place Chi Omega performance. Clad in Christmas red and white and singing Christmas selections-"The Little Drum- mer Boy" and "White Christmas"-the Chi Omegas won the trophy in sorority Competition. IFC -PANHELLENIC ALL I G Jerry Cannon of Pi Kappa Al- pha Fraternity received the iirst place trophy in All-Sing from Miss Beth Gentry, president of Panhel- lenic. "Pm Getting Married In The Morningn and 4'Let Every Tongue Adore Theev were their Winning selections. 1 TER-FRATER ITY CoU CIL Seated L. to R.: Dick Hutson, Jerry Garner, Carl Kempf, Bob Bell. Standing L. to R.: Dick Mansiield, Udo Schroff. HENRY GREEN Secretary-treasurer L. to R.: Bob Waller, Bob Bird, Fred Hixon, John Edmondson, Tom Kline. 114 l First fvw: l I 9 45. 1 I ' , T 1 : Dick HELLENIC COUNCIL X. ' 439- Mu, BETH GENTRY President DELORES BACHMAN Secretary 1 f-'JN VTCKI KELLEY Vice-president . . D G , C 1 W'l y, Trudy fgrsf gow: Rebecca Batchelor, Martha Schmidt. Second gglfgelgjag 61131333 SfQ2fIQt'P0f1'QaA,,f1afV1a,22EeanlfDeLong, w' Hen Suu' Becky Edwards' Dian Bhrkow , GAH, NEVINES Treasurer lf L-...J ,-'NVQ xklm xx S l 'I G 1 W M' X 1 4 Tida Richard Brenda Crosby Barbara Quinn Carolyn Payne N KA A Margaret Cook Beverly Elliott Connie McDaniel If Diane Grob 1-43 Joy Whitten Belenda Peters Sandra Norris 5- ..- Claire Phillips 'fax' 'N--.,A it P L' is -L1 . a 5 5" f J ' fs 'J-' X X .tg .- Nancy Little Pat Graves Martha Johnson Ann Lackey -oi a Q 'T' ' 1 4 Barbara DeMars Chris Richard Jennie Heywood ena DeMayo 116 ALPH DELTA X Homecoming Queen for the sixth straight year , . u Outstanding Junior Woman award to our Beth . . . Best actress award . . . Mortar Board members . . . President of Panhellenic . . . Secretary of Freshman class, Junior class, Senior class . . . Greek Editor of the MOCCASIN . . . Associate Editor of the ECHO . . . Carole, Lambda Chi Crescent girlg Bonnie, Dream girl of PiKA5 Miss May, Sweetheart of Kappa Sigma . . . Two MOCCASIN beauties . . . Scabbard and Blade sponsor . . . Military sponsors . . . Two cheerleaders, plus head cheerleader . . . Sparkling diamond pins from West Point add glitter to life . . . Miss UC . . . Seven out of eleven superlatives . . . Student Co-uncil members . . . Four listed in Whole Who in American Colleges and Universities . . . Mili- tary Queen. Mary Davenport Eleanor DeLong Lorraine Holder l Tommye Thomps Adele Geraghty on Carol Cowan Marsha Conwat' Martha Sfihmifii Mtf Corr Sf V115 L i 1 Q 'fi ,Law I 3 E , is 'lik , X :S tx -, xii :LF 7 -xx pb, , Q t fX 'R 1. Y'- vt n Liz s. i , W Q 'Y Nancy Shim, 'ii C? .l h-u- Joyce Olson Carole Rawls Jan Lynn Brown B th G - gglgzslliofldigg Treasurer Vice-President President Becordilrig Nancgullggclgales Rosgliglaglavls Secretary Secretary X . ., ..... V .. f f ZW r f' -,,, sm - 7- W , 1, Q ef iff my ' v , ""'., 'V 3 I f, 1 M ff, f f I ff ' C il ,, I- Q Liz Solomon Bonnie Justin Gail Bass Patty Jackson C 4 ,4 Nancy Weeks Connie Ford - Gail Lawrence Faye Waller i bg Sh . my Landrum Linda Davis Jeanne Cheston Jerry J. Parker A 1Q,s::s ff -f 3. 4 - -e Q f' I Q r W ff Q Q7 9 4 1 My , 1 1 X . rf iMartha Price Judi Norris 3,5 X 4,1 .A J kg f Carol Frey 117 'Z 1 ' r ,A ,ff p f Buzzie Thatch Al Nelda Dunn Joyce Clonts Pamela Dunn 4 .1 Cano Stevens Judy Waldrop Susan Del Vecchio .wr- V l J equita Keith 1' ur' Jean Romska A Judy Bonicamp L Carol Campbell f-O12 Cr-'Y .l Linda Whaley Marianna Waddey ,av Pattie Anderson ' 2 w' ,4.Jf"""", V- 2. 9, 'if " ii, K, I7 , ff? , ,Z L 4 Betty Crouse Carol Meacham at Dee A. Keasler Sharon Eickholf .lohn Shalett Jeff Schwartz Frank Nathan Henry Green Paul Scharlf Bernie Frogel Stanley Kopkin Howard Masin Jeff Haltman Paul Sobel David Wise LPH EPSILO P1 Secretary-treasurer of the Interfraternity Council. Henry Green . . . No, the composite never came . , , Blade makes the golf team . . . Intramural activities . . , Paul Sobel hands the gavel to Jeff Schwartz at the second semester . . . All right, Pledge Masin, just you wait! . . . Participants in the Universityls R.O.T.C. program . , , Rick Weintraub in India. . . Bob Bell, lnterfraternity Council representative . . . Pledge duties and frat parties, loyalty and brotherhood-AEPi . . . House? Oh, that house . . . Jeff Schwartz, Master Paul Sobel, Past Master John Shalett, Scribe Jeff Haltrnan, Sentinel 118 1 , N 5-wofwii ,, qi 'ai b ' + 24: ,W zditf 2' Paul Scharff, Bernie Frogel, Stanley Kopkin, Henry Green. Frank Nathan, Stanley Kopkin. Bernie Frogel, David Wise, Howard Masin, Frank Nathan 119 J., f Barbara Barber ho. C. Wilson Hunt I , Alice Thompson f ., ff Mary V. Terry Linda Ackerson X . Ann R. Clarke I ,f Lin J. Wall ,'-O". Y? x Iliene Simpson fm-n Kay Grubbs S ' D. A. Ainsworth ,,,f"V Maxine T. Sims Nancy Griflin Rivers Shaw V. A. Glisson fir C5 - X .lane T. DeLoach '-1-5" X. Mary Willson n 3, QQ? ' J! My Gail L. Nevins -f If Diana Campbell P. A. Roberts L! , 1 Janet P. Turner The wine and silver blue is meant just for you . . . c'mon and shoot your arrow high . . . 31 plus 3 pledges . . . Paint on the rug! . . . Watch it! . . . Dracula's head-Oh!! . . . Sigma Chiis and Fire Department . . . Somebody help?? . . . Red Barn and Settlement School . . . lceskating-cold , feet, cold hands, cold . . . Hark! Ave, Ave, Away! . . . A 2 Green dresses and carols . . . Red noses at Christmas . . . Finals-Yes, some of us made it . . . 22 new initiates . . . 141 on Dean's List . . . 2nd in Scholarship . . . 6 Candidates for M OCCASIN Beauty . . . 2 Finalists . . . Betsy Clemmef, The 1965 MOCCASIN Beauty . . . Grubby's "Most Congen- ial" . . . Editors galore . . . Karol and Carolyn, ECHO! Kai' and Rivers, MOCCASIN . . . Presidents of WAA, Phi Eta Tau, and Art Club . . . All this and sports, too . . . VolleY' L' 'X ball and basketball champs . . . Yeah team! . . . The smell E' Parks of hay . . . Hillbill Hoe-Down . . . Swishing formals . -- Quick change . . . :Prom Troy to Sherwood . . . DOIl,t fell me your problems!! . . . Oh no, not her . . . Bim Bam, hefg I am . . . Cleanly green, Marian Maid . . . That's the ell of our tale . . . A J. L. Norton Ann ff' l S. C. Raines ww I ami S. Moore Anna E. Dalton Susan Little Joan Salyer Ellen M- Still 120 lr I ff P. A. Laws ' u X il Daugherty a "? in il Bda 2 Hers 4, Y 1 'mf J ,lwauace mon 'aint p? ? cold ,ates rner, en- . ay Eta lley- mell l 2 PI BET PHI 157 Karol A. 'Killian Merrell A. Fort f , Susan Quinton I f P. A. Laws X B t M. Daugherty S. P. Bridgers l ,Af M- R. Wallace 1 1 Harriett Bandy Dona E. Gray .X 3 Patricia Lloyd f, Karen S. Helms Jill Davis I Af, Mary J. Taylor Chrisi R. Gulas B. E. Bostain P. P. Terry Ann Satterfield Jane C. Wade Carol L. Hudson ..,Y Sue Hackworth JM? Judie E. Bailey A Aww' Bea E. Clernmer iff Andrea K. Zava Janet E. Reeves . IM! 2 Jill L. Cremer T. K. Kelly sf J M Star Kammer I f Suzette Jones 4' ff' Janice L. Rothe V. Gaile Rees M. Joan Boyd J. Cofrancesco M. Sondra L. Brock I M. McKenzie I 4 4 . D. L. Ulrickson 121 1 ,ff Linda Ricketts President .xx Anne Roberson Treasurer i ..:f-E, 5 4 'L-' Fa 2.2. CLD- CDUQ D0 FO' En gd. .gr .429 H23 eag- I3 535 , sd '- D tl ' 'I Rebecca Evans S. S. Thompson Recording Corresponding SCCICIHIY Secretary 1 I fs E. A. Clemmer Membership Chairman Q' , l l I l l l l A f V, 3 X X x l Bruce Bishop ' ff'-IJ' N X ,f i J im Vach Danny Brandfast X -ff X114- A. Koeninger ,A - f:- Douglas Hines Iwi 'ZZ'-", K Joel Epperson Frank Wright Ray Gladish 'Aa f 247 if r f I Eugene Jackson JV --"' David Ramsay Gary Culver Donald Lynskey Alan Farrell M. McCarnish '1- Charles Stieg Bob Dearing Frank Jones Richard Lynskey Larry Elmore Thomas Wilkgy :N .,: ,gs 2,1 Ido ff A f :js , , ,:V,i Eugene Hubbuch Michael Ward Wiley Stowe Stewart Davis Roger Dickson Fred Hixon Joe Irwin 1'-if" -v V-P Rusty Aytes Rick Govan R Onnie Brown Sam Tumer William Watson ' Bodkirl Smith 1 i I r F' r I I Charles W Secret' Tommy l I af .3 Q David N 1 fx 4,x : .ME ,gi I Cary P ulfgf ,-4 .U tg Henry I Nt- l 'c if X . f Bill Eiselstein Vice.Presiden2 Charles Chase Secretary Tommy Bright David Norton g Gary Payne gHeUfY Rookis LWB Fraley P Hans Bingham President Ross Haire Pledge Trainer David Shauf Eddie Lacey Douglas Dromey V Ted Brady Rai' DeMars - Richard Hutson Vice-President Bill Cain Treasurer Harold Easter .lohn Pennell Johnny Caldwell Barry Massey Marshall Barnes ff ff, f X Ku Ed Sussdorff GUY Silcox David Geren if-tp .-.t,...- , l y Pat Slateft' Edward Darr Bill Wrenn Larry Marter Johnny Slaten Mo Fortune Doyle Manley Ray Soileau Allen Dye QAPPA SIGM Hey, Hans won . . . Bachelor of Ugliness . . . How about that trophy? Which one? . . . President and Vice- president of Junior Class . . . Football players . . . Chairman of the Elections Committee . . . on the Wrest- ling team . . . Vice-president of the Student Body . . . Blue Key members . . . Circle K . . . ROTC oliicers . . . President oi Chemistry Honorary . . . President of Can- terbury . . . Winners of intramural football and Wrestling . . . Wanted: Housemother. Fred Perkinson J im Hibbler ,nl Keys Fillauer Ed Brown 123 1 3 Susan Nail l Connie Price ...dba- 4-al LL... Judith Greene Kay Sneed G. McAlister Lynda Orrell Deen Strawn Betsy Buic e ,..-1 4 Nancy Shelley A. Armstrong 5 Gay James Linda Snyder L A Pat Hawkins L a 4 Cathy Pafford Nancy Ault Ann Brown Patricia Weaver Kaydean Bryson Sheila Jackson Elizabeth Close Leota Lamb 'ff Late, ,win Qs l 5 :ft kW L Becky Edwards Ellen Dickert GWR' -nn... Beverly Cook R0 L - H afY CWIS M. Lawrence Katy Dalby Lynette Taylor Car0lYn Nash 124 D, Bachmall J Patricia Parkin 5- l Nancy Tuley Joan Huffaker A - Carole Wilson Brenda Heifner PHI MU Dian Barkow .Anna Arp Carolyn Wiley Gay Kimbrough Polly A. Martin Treasurer Vice-President President Secretary Pledge Trainer t ia 'QM' Loyalty forever-Phi Mu . . . Christmas party for or- phans of the Chattanooga area . . . Members of Mortar Board . . . Superlatives . . . Volunteer work for the Chat- tanooga Area Heart Association . . . University Scholars . . . Members of Alpha Lambda Delta Scholastic Honor- ary for women . . . Members of Girls' Choir . . . Hard working pledges . . . S.N.E.A .... Carole and All Sing . . . Homecoming . . . Blue Key Follies . . . Big Sisters and Little Sisters . . . Pledge cleanup led by Polly Ann. 125 LAMBD CHI ALPH John Coventry High Beta Steve Whitaker High Gamma Henry Kunath K ,f-: Carole Rawls James Eldridge Dutch Holland RQY Deering Crescent Girl High Alpha House Mother High Kappa Barry Jenkins H. Huddleston Joe Marland Terry Blunt High Delta High Epsilon High Tau High Phi Mike Byington A. Werssowetz Dave Eldridge W. Campbell 5-11:-'e"" Bertram Adams Gary Phillips Colin Aldridge Robert Dugan Kenneth Murray Tony Lombardo P. MansHeld George Cooper .lerry Garner Bubba Labbous Norman West Joe Sandlin David Parker Robert Baldwin Jimmy Prince James Roberson Scott Adamson Donald Knohler Lonnie Bork James Wright Kenneth Singley Douglas Kelley Robert McLer0Y Pete Palmer Davi Lawrence it 3 ' David W l li'11Crei f a sli- is 'iii .log Q l 1 'Dennis Moses David JOHCS Ronald Hill Joe Meadow Lawrence Skelly David Williams .lim Creenwalt -l06 Cole Thomas Gladney Sanford Leake Thomas Green James Carter Gary Mason Robert Wooten Leroy Ervin Frank Griscom p Fred Eiselstein William Grieve Warren Schmidt Robert Waller Robert Fanning Harold Donald Wooten Al Pitner Regimental Commander of R.O.T.C. again . . . Five thousand pledges . . . New house? . . . Crescent Girl, Carole . . . Blue Key members . . . Circle K . . . R.O.T.C. officers . . . Number One scholastic rating among frats . . . Byington returns . . . Scabbard and Blade members . . . Student Council delegates . . . Vice-president of Senior Class . . . President and Vice-president of Fresh- man class . . . President and Vice-president of Sopho- more class . . . Captain of the Wrestling team . . . First place in Homecoming. Douglas Koman .lack Emmert LHIIY Levi Gary Adkins Dick Lee A -.A Rick Scholze .lerrY Sanders Michael Ritchey William Gerald Griffith Dayton Phillips Ralph Miles James Raleigh Cooper ,,,.r D. Chamberlain Charlre 101165 -3 'ww 'ff g Janet Williams Sandra Suit Lt .4 Judy Sample Judy Fulton Sarah Dedmon M. Johnson Mary Fenix 1-3 C? Lucy Cook L Linda Hamill i , Phyllis Strong 3, ff L .I X if' ' 1 Carolyn Wells Mary W. Pope Janet French Marion Rennich Kathie Lorenz Carol Monroe Diana Smith QQ fgg 1 if fy 4 , r ' '33, I-IQ' : 17 4 X. 4 , ' ' A ,.,, , l , ., 'R . nf f x, v A 1' ff F K, . 'A ,I ft Lynn Edging Betsy Hill Temple Smartt J an Milner C. Poynton g Maureen Hunter 'fin Ann Dowling CHI O Nancy Alford Phyllis Easterly Anita Kelley R. Batchelor Linda Lasiter Trudy Bender Cenie Brown Betty Swanson Barbara F ' e President Vice-President Pledge Trainer Treasurefux Anna Hetzler D. Macormac Anne Wells Personnel Guard Secretary Pat Stults f I ,f. J J s Q not 1 Ha-rflel Jr Carol CIO. S ffl Fenix HSl1rer i Wells Tetary .4-1 Wooten Par Srults llentress Wilson Harriet J ones Carol Clowes l J C A. Schmitt Marcie Rodman i.lanie Rucks Carleen Arnold M. H. Hubbuch Vicki Kelley Che Che Mease Linda DeLuce Pat O'Neal Ann Woodard Julia Wood Sally Holland Suzanne Roberts Lucy McGregor Nancy Johnson A 41 Ariel Colburn Pat Bender 4'We're Chi O's and we're proud of it', . . . note those 27 pledges, please . . . here's another freshman class treasurer . . . Chi Omega editors of the ECHO and MOC- CASIN . . . '4Track 'Em Down Mocsnhplus Pat plus David equals first place Homecoming decorations victory . . . Carleen Arnold, candidate for Homecoming Queen . . . "Let's really hear it for the Gamecockf' Six Student Council members, Whois Whois in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities, and finalist for MOCCA- SIN Beauty . . . 4cWe've got a candlelight ceremony" . . . Ann Woodard, our Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl for the University of the South . . . Mademoiselleis College Board Girl, Anna Margaret . . . Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl Court, and Court of Military Queen . . . Hey, well . . . Pa-rum-pum-purn-pum . . . red velvet and white fur collars . . . All-Sing first place trophy means 2 down, 2 to go . . . members of Alpha . . . pledges and actives snatch first place in scholarship . . . Roo-roo-roo-loo . . . :'Fire? Fire? Whatis been burning in here?!'7 R. Mindock Sandra Prewitt Diana Druce Mary 'LOU EVU15 Y f V .iff I . ..ia..,., 129 R. P. DeRizzo H. N. Cannon ,, ' ,ui .f Aff? F A . C. O. Luther PI KAPP I. R. Fischer T. J. McHugh F. C. Cable ALPH ,un-ur C. J. Kempf Williams W. V. Lord President Vice-President Secretary J. M. Jackson L. D. Stewart J, C, Sadler Treasurer Historian Pledge Master C. D. Smith B. A. Justin Mrs. C. Mabry Rush Chairman Dream Girl House Mother Everybody ready? Here comes the fire engine . . . Torn Kline's in Blue Key . . . two years running, that's first place 1n All Sing . . . Water in the P1KA fountain . . . ultra-cool decorations, thanks to the alums . . . W'here's a pledge? . . . Homecoming decorations rate second place Bonnie Pike Dream Girl parties, arties and . . . , , , , P 3 more parties . . . lanterns on the patio . . . intramurals . . . brother-loyalty and good times. c anle M. Finkle D. B. Brooks R. C. Thompson D. C. M D ' 1 T. J. Kline A. R. Rogers D. L. Kring W B. R. Cohen L. W. Smith W. C. Fritz R. G. Mansfield W. C. Webb W. A. Reed T- E- Medland J. C. Windsor J. A. Thomas W. C. Bell G. P. O'Neill W. M' Brooks K. G. Tipton S. A. Powell J. L- TUIIICI' E- G- Glouse X fi X 5 X 131 J. J. Hennessey J. D. Taylor R. E. Wingate D. Barry Nottage Tom Duif Johnny Merritt Pat G. Patterson George Don Kilpatrick .loc Solomon W. Yarhorough .M ' . I ' I lwvzll' W ,f f Michael Beairi J. Cunningham Tom Pikciunas Walker Joseph Grillo M. Don Glenn Roger Catarino Sinclair Ashley Barnett William Pearce l fPhilliD Glazner Ronnie Johnson l J ay Senter Ted O'Neal 132 SIGMA CHI Ted Finlay Charles Viar H. Warbington J ere Meacham David Brammer Tom Jenkins Ronald Teevan 10561912 Stout LHITY Lowe J ack Armstrong Recording President V1ce-President Treasurer 317 Secret Marion Rennich Sweetheart Anhur Jones John Edmondson William Yeager S- Dudley Tommy McGuire English Billy Moore Kirk Salter Pledge Trainer ymer Larry anwell Willia Zffj x eads Ed Burney ga Mrs. R. Wallace House Mother Smith ' Q Student Counc1l . . . Mall-bu at twrllght . . . Football Hope players . . . Superlatives . . . Greek scholars of unparal-- Danny Clow,-,I leled excellence . . . President of Sophomore class . . . Little All-American, Larry Barnett . . . uthe In crowd" Long hours of toil on Homecoming decoration . . Circle K . . . members on Wrestling team. Delton Holmes 1 , gd , 4, ,, , .gi 4? ,. W. - t 1 9 ff! , .lohn Steele , -,gg f 'V SW ' fi f W f V f W Price Mickey Saverd Greg Barnes Jett N N 4 ILIT RY . is S il i i X1 s s X Q. H Vilxfil - LT. coL. LAW'R.ENC-E B. KELLY Sgt' Gentry' Sgt' Maior BTOWU, SSG. Allen, Sp. Clarke, MSG. May. 135 R.0.T.C. Lt. Col. Kelly, Capt. Graney, Capt. Glasgow, Capt. Slater. The Army Reserve Officers Training Corps has as its primary aim, the development of leadership traits and skills that can he useful whether the graduate remains in the Armed Forces as a career or returns to the civilian com- munity. The instructors, under the leadership of Lt. Col. Kelly, PMS, present the course in two parts, Basic and Advanced. The student goes for two years in the Basic course where he is taught the basic skills of the Armed Forces. He is given a test which determines Whether he is accepted into the Advanced course. Upon completion of the course and a six Week camp period, the student is commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Army. lf the student has excelled aca- demically and militarily, he may he designated a Distin- guished Military Student and receive a regular army com- mission. Ronald G. Hill, James F' Eldridge, William L. Har- vey, Bertram E. Adams, Stewart O. Davis, Arihlll' H. Jones, .lack G. Gr6g0fY- Cadet Lt. Col. Ronald G. H111 i Battalion Commander - Captain of Scabbard and Blade .V G .f 1,1 f' . x ' 1'-P . , . Q X . . ' . TAF F Cadet Major James F. Eldridge, Cadet Sgt. Major Robert W. Crosby, Cadet Capt. William L. Harvey, Cadet Sgt. .lohn B. Jenkins, Cadet Capt. Melvin P. Jacobs, Cadet Lt. Col. Ronald G. Hill, Cadet Major Howard B. Brooks. Carole Rawls Sponsor ff: 15' ff 1 + ,Ai 1' ' f -ti in 'z QW ' 'V v .DQ L N .3353 if iz? 1 ' Ura gffwl 'Fl ARTER CUMP ,HE Cadet Capt. Davisg Cadet Lt. Milesg Armstrongg Cableg Varnell, D.g Durandg Cham- berlaingDil1ong Shullg Yarboroughg Flegalg Correllg Shalettg Boyd, B.g Packg Nealg Renslowg Turner, J. E.g Hoff. Color Guard: Dyeg Wardg Varnell, W4 Mansfield , I y-Cx fl xl' , , Hyip! , 421' 1 4 l Q Cadet Capt. Stewart 0. Davls 1 4 1 1 r I H 1 Diana Campbell Sponsor A 4 Cadet f Lg We 2nd P11 Turner 71, A' A C N Cade T? -.L,.w.. N gi , . -La. 4, 1 :Q 4- f, gf., K'- Q ' HCS Cadet Capt. Adams, Cadet Lt. Farr, Cadet Lt. Parker, Lockhart, Garner, Johnson, Boyd. lst Platoon: Lanza, Viar, Holmes, Matthews, Jackson, R. L., Weller, Geyer, Reid, D., Adams, K. G., Wilson, T. B., Carver, Koman, Caradine, Aldridge, Glazner, Adamson, Slaten,, Ayers, Sander, Pye. 2nd Platoon: Brown, Ouzts, Merz, Saverd, Taylor, ,l.D., Hickman, Macgaw, lordin, Turner, S.C., Meadow, Coppinger, Schwartz, Knobler, Young, Tumer, J. L., Medlock, Williams, D., Crow, W., Ray. BCG PAY Cadet Capt. Bertram E. Adams Betty Crouse Sponsor 3 - CCO AN Bonnie .Justin Sponsor ' Cadet Capt. James R. Fischer Cadet Capt. Fischer, Cadet Lt. Walker, Cadet Lt. Allison, Cadet Lt. Hilke, Hixon, Shirley, J., Darr, Journey. lst Platoon : Littleton, Luthern, -Gates, Prince, Dye, A.' ' Brooks, Duncan, Scharff, Tipton, Miller, J. L., Hall, J., Steffner, George, Hylen, Crowe, Merritt, Hill, Cooper, Reynolds. 2nd Platoon: Ritchey, Thornbury, H., Wright, J. E., Lewis, R., Skelly, Howard, McNeil, Miller, LB., O'Neil, Byingtong Davis, J. W., Herrick, Elsbree, Pitner, Shipp, Morris, Jon, Kring, Schroff, Gamble' Hardeman, Fortune. 9 1410 if 4 'x NX 1 1 X. K. i. '4- VN 1 v .5 Q . ': - X - x X . Y . - 7- it , s.:me..S1?E 5. - f R. Y Q Cadet Capt. Gregory, Cadet Lt. Holmes, Cadet Lt. Fanning, Ervin, Aldridge, Elsong Guinn. lst Platoon: Cubineg Pennellg Johnson, W4 Adkins, Chapmang Parks, Thompson, West, Wilson, G., Stoiag Govan, Loomis, Fritz, Pikciunasg Lung, Crillog Gilbertg Mcflaugheyg Rowland, Floyd. 2nd Platoon: Green, Wise, Bailey, Hennesseyg Medlandg Sanders, J., Battle, Guptong Smith, C. D., Richardson, Bohannon, Farmer, A., Eildersg Scholzeg Glaznerg Jackson J. M., Wright, F., Standeferg Austin, Hibblerg Parker, D., Mock, Carter, J. CO Well, if you would get your finger out of the way. . . L Pamela Butcher Cadet Capt. Jack C. Gregory Sponsor . ,G 1 TS CABBABD BL DE Scabbard and Blade is a national society for outstand- ing cadets of the advanced course of R.O.T.C. Nominees are selected by the active members on the basis of their leadership potential, academic standing, and interest in the department. The purpose of Scabbard and Blade is to further the interests of the military service. The National Society of Scabbard and Blade was founded at the University of Wisconsin in 1904-. The Chattanooga Chapter, I Company, 15th Regiment, was founded in 19641. Its oliicers were: Ronald G. Hill, presi- dent, Bertram E. Adams, vice-president, Ralph D. Miles, treasurer, and John A. Coventry, secretary. im'-r f :fi , , t. row: nonald Ly. HIM, Bert hi. Ad , R l h , ' lam L Harve Second r0uraniI k Cares ap D Miles, John A Coventry Arthur H Jones James F Eldnd e Robert K Fanning Melvin P ac s will . y. 5 3 . S , Jenkinshlack A. Armstrong. C regoryi tewart O' Davls Robert W Crosby A Vlncent Blunt Fletcher L Ervin Thomas J Kline Jo li! 2 ,L ' ' 3 , M - - Q" 'I gf 4 , ' - ' H 'N Q, , 11,1 Z , J- Q- V ., , 3 4 . ,AH V X5 , ' f- 1 ,Q f yy. gyms. W 1 '4- cp: ' ff 2, ,Z .' aff- 'w"Q,, , 1 A, ,,., fn ,1 .- r,.-.V - ' ggi Eff- "' ' '57 H. 45 lj Q 2' "' ' , vm s J? 1 P. ,Iv- ff ff 'Z ..g........2' QS- ' N ' 4V'q 4' wQ,"?3?' vi-egvw V ,X wl- 'N .1 ,3f. 1w.. 'N .,,M,'7 'Ki .-, , f-J .K f2N"S ?25.'?v As-xiii" f A .7 f QW-:Q1g p1Q ffflzwf ' 4.-X. .L '49 X 'f N M 1+ M : 'Q , ..1.,..lg .,.-..... .., KM , ...W Q !,V 5,1 3 gn "' ru- ff? NX SQ B X in f Q , nhl -1 f -VH" X A 'gps 3 , 1 V 1: N6 ilfn 'Igg y mi A X775 I Y MX X - is 3 s E X s 0 X .xg X Q M0085 45 w. 1 422 is .. -A . ,.':.j L :- ,Atv J: V fb. -- 'fb-2-fr by 14, J, 1: ., igigglfyy ' ' ' ' , 'V wif ,. . '-4.."a' -' f- ' 1 , r .,, , K .,,, 3 52092 file' In 1 U1 ,, ' Q L?,fG'.U.. f 1 wal' 'J - N Q vm: 5. f iff: 5 ,. ,. -. 535392 . ki F . -, 6 4 Vi nf . - i 2 -x' f A lpn fg 4... 57 lf? ,f 32 if . Q -Nujilw '?v2'+Q4 -Av,--,..,::-:- : .,-:.-, . .,,, 4 r l i l 1? .g li 5' 4 rg.. . , I' Q af I Q , EL - -I z, is t' in EEF? . ILITARY Q EE Brenda Crosby was selected the 19644-65 Military Queen by the members of the R.O.T.C. department from a group of five 1 1 I hx ' candidates. She is a 5'3" Junlor from Staunton, Va., W o 1S majoring in Elementary Education. She is an active member . . . . . h .t in various organizations on campus, including er sororly Alpha Delta Pi. Brenda Crosby, Lt. Col. Kelly S d: K ' . - eate aydean Bryson. Standing. Dlana Campbell, Che Che Mease, Karen Dome, i , 1 X Q li 8 I 5 .1 li I E 3. Q! f . a 1 1 E H P ...-.U-N-mpurw'-fx X v f i 1 I E 1 1 n ii Cl , -5 sn ' 'H l ' . X' ' ' ' " 1 1 - .J I ,wx V wf 1 :X -, -f .us - 1 ' ..X', v,.- I Z 1 K sexy , . H ? "5 ,X M r X- A' gy, I X A ,X Q30 -, ' A f - - ' Xig:,iX.g:X5A 7- -3: sys' Igf' Mk lftyxif ,-: '- ,vpff 4. X ,X h Vg We B, W f . v WXXX- ya 7-A .' '- WX.-.Sw ' gh fr-nf.1.l, ex 55 i 1, i, I 's ls 1: 3. SPORT . . . The mud of stoppfid fessful hreworh accouni that en inexpel ISPOWEI howevf The of a st Don Sf on run fer led With the M and S Five dashe the e the h ling 1 dary victo M: effor 27-If the H as h D the Com mar frog Mis S 28. deh lor Set So the Cn The 1964 season slushed to an ominous start in the mud of Knoxville. The upset-minded Moccasins virtually stopped the new UT offense cold. A long pass and a suc- cessful freld goal attempt provided the Vols, offensive fireworks for the day while an Eisaman-to-Tanara aerial accounted for the Mocs' lone score in the defensive battle that emerged. Sorrell and Coleman led the efforts of an inexperienced defense against Tennessee's S.E,C, "power,'g but the Vols escaped, not without a scare, however, by a 10-6 margin. The next two weeks produced twin shutouts on the art of a stout UC defense. TPI watched the elusive heelld of Don Shaver glumly as he chalked up 12 of 18 Moc points on runs of 30 and 68 yards. ETSU f ll 7-0 T S h - fer led the ground corps and scoredethe ga2ff1e'solIdneCTalS. With only five minutes remaining in the third quarter, the Mocs led powerful Auburn 12-0. Shaver-to-Proctor and Shaver-to-Gregory passes had provided the scores givlel lightning-fast tallies by the aroused Plainsmeri das e the worn-out Mocs' hopes for a national upset, but M1333 Was one of the highlights of the season. th M , the 12151. Of perennial intrastate rivals, fell to Brig npcs'19-1? mth the UC offense ignited by the dazz- nmng 0 aver and the defense by an alert secon- emi? Cfuclal interception by Larry Elmore assured UC eglfiigf College Xavier succumbed next. A coordinated 27-M ugsg:0tlgh0ffenseran1El defense produced an exciting '. avefs uc er, and Sch f ll d f the M005 Whlle the defense Wa f ae'er a score or as holdin X n s per ormmg such mrracles Defensie Hvler on the two yard line for four downs. HCGS were instrumental ' ll th TD ' E:n?g0C221'0 rout ff .lacksonville OE1 tlaxe evdedf Hcfmhli man bfi, 01313611 carried a fumble into the end zone, Cole- from the tio a Punt On the twelve, and Elmore scored W ' i . Missgssgjgi not ment10H the flat game against Southern Sfubb ' . 28.13. Aoi? foward fell II? a fourth quarter onslaught by debacle becfuf Offfrustratron refrained from becoming a tor, who SCOISZ 0 the pass receiving efforts of ,lack Proc- get up Scoringepluonce in gl lilngle seventy yard play and H395 Y C a f . S The season was climaxedefr 21 0 . outheastern Lo ' ' Y 3 - thrash1ng of the reliable ulslana 011 Thanksgiving Day. Schaefer, Gregory hallleiiored on two short plunges, and Jack 111 a Shaver aerial for the other score. 1964 OCCA INS Athletic director and head coach A. C. ffsgrappyn Moore has been serving UC for over thirty years. Throughout his tenure he has represented the finest tradition in dedi- cated coaching, and 1964 was certainly no ex- ception. The Winningest team at UC in over a decade was a tribute to the coach and his staff in itself although 'fScrappy'7 WHS further honored by being named the Chattanooga Jaycee Coach of the Year. Annually plagued with a shortage of material and an imposing schedule, "Scrappy" has consistently fielded a squad respected by friend and foe alike. We at UC are indebted to Coach Moore for the earnest and patient labor which he has spent to build a football team of which We may well be proud. The 1964- Mocs enjoyed their finest season since 1952. A daring offense and a stingy defense characterized this crowd-pleasing team, but success must be attributed to something more-to desire and effort, to sacrifice and cooperation, and to the long hours of prepara- tion. Last year's offensive heroes took on the less glorified task of leading the defensive unit, note Jerry Harris, Jim Denton, and Larry Elmore. New stars rose to the occasion-Don Shaver set a school record for total offense, Gary Tucker, Jack Proctor, and Tom Schae- fer assisted in spearheading the most exciting offense to be seen on Chamberlain Field in many years. A young inexperienced line came of age in Knoxville-the names Gregory, Tanara, Kovan, Barker, Sorrell, Coleman, Schaller, and Anderson became more familiar with each passing week. Maybe next year the small college national ratings will recognize an equally deserving squad. Sf row: Coach Jnnk Watson- Skip Nafdfh Jon Ward, Larry Baird, Dave Simcox Delton Holmes Car Tucker Lar Elmore Don Shaver, Tom Schaefer, 1801 Oafrbgiing Iflfsggei' grharles A152357 John Edmondson, B00fer Wilkey. Second row: George Faiir, Roh Eisamah, Rififiard Shaiv, Rick Barker, Stgve Kovan, rold Willis Raycsaiielllmig nse,2S0P'hBerECa1dWeHn DOH Glenn, Larry Maw, Dan Blue- Third row: Coach Leon Ford, Tfninnf "Sandy Sanfmrmrf zts Ronnie brown CO3 If A 133' NC WIC tell Crg, Ed6Sussdorff, Phil McLaughlin, Jerry Harris, Jim Denton, Ben Winnie, Steve Coleman, Paul Scha er, Don . 1 C U Y ardo, Head Coach Scrappy" Moore, Coach Joe Geri. Fourth row: George Young, Ronnie McCracken, Tom hicglfllrhims k, B . amc ob Adams' Tom Blount, Hemy Sorrell, Jack GTCQOTY, Jlm Tanara, Chuck Stieg, Doyle Manley, Ronnie Wade, Bob Cameron: C030 ' , .,.., .. 111-8 fi- ,. if , f, an 'L gk? il' as TH-i3'9'i'v15F1i??I5?Li'Q?.?5iifr?f5Ei. TI I f . V I "N i h , l I i Q 1 i I I I a r chaefer, 115 Kovan, Ch? 1ndlin, Cosa aller, HW lcGuire, h Bill Hllf if 4 Af if .. 1 N.. Line Coach Andy Nardo .v- a C 2 3 f U R Z . . K U . f 1 ,,.'v' 5-5' . r A ff, Qi 'MDF 1 c xr, Backfield Coach Joe Gen End Coach Harold Wilkes THE OFFENSE: Air and Ground Maneuvers Thrill Fans . . . I I I 5 I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II, 2 I 5 I I I . I I I I I II . II I I I ' I , I , I 2 I I I 151 -f I I2 TI-IE DEFENSE: Unheralded Heros Post Record Four Shutouts . . . , f,,, , "M" 4 , ZZ,,.4vM+t P 1 .I W ' X if 4,112 X ' ' ,Vg 5, f 1 KA Eff F5 .4-.. W2 THE TEAM: 6'We're Number One! I , Q ,, 4, f A ,, H ,Z , , , W 4 ,f 57 W V ' "fe, .w Q . 159 , A V ' , ,, .M , 4 I: ,V ,f f-, f , , Q 14 fx ff ', f 'I S '-J, .M ?4Ml' 0 " f. 1- 4 ' 'U 5 'fl' .. Ing v yflhf , , ,gf . ff ?r' .ff W ., ' ,,,- l, r r xl! Co-C 1. 1: sg ' r- V -133 , X S S F , 2 . L 5 i N R , u I I I 4 Jerry Harris Jim Dent C0.Captain and Little All-American Co-Captain and defenglwie ballhawk School kicl.ifiJtlfkrel:1i1fi1clZ:lcord holder SCOREBOARD UC 6 Tenn essee . UC 18 East Tenn essee . . UC 7 Tenn essee Tech . UC 12 Auburn . UC 19 Middle Tenn essee . UC 27 Xavier . UC 21 Jacksonville . UC 0 Southern Mississippi . UC 28 Howard . . . . Steve Colema Rugged linebacker and 'defensive UC 21 slgnal caller Southeastern Louisiana Q K rw- -:N Bert Caldwell uietly efficient outside linebacker ' Cl Ron Eisaman Y ' . . . Coal-l' nn Stowe 'lim Tanara - Ace passing specialist 1 ne defense stalwart Rangy receiver who scored against heralded UT defense I ,,. -.,,..,..,.....mma.a... I I I I I . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I BASKETBALL i Al -ns I l 3 1 ' rl !!f'l'1vZ'f5Il1Tf'6CTJ'II'L'l' BL Y-'Tk' II Y L, 71 J , A l g P01 ra :T 17 5- A., V! .t M., Q , --4 H K Mr ,, ' t 5, "'-'ff fi .' wifi Tat!!! . 451' 3:4 , 'PI' 5 . img, X5 Q35 315455 Term Jackson, Buddy Sundstrom. Second row: Larry Davis, Andy Anderson, Bill Shaw, David Harris, Lloyd Hewett, ,lim Van Es. Thzrd row: Coac 1 3TY D3V1S, Dave Sicko, Bob Wells, Gary Culver, Jim Coppinger. Fourth row: Coach Ray Rich, Bob Lung, Larry Barnett, Jim Risinger, Wade Fow Roger Kuipers. The basketball squad, under the outstandin tutela e of Leon Ford, refused , g g 1 221056 a game on its home court. The fine 16-10 record fonly one game shy victzlflg a SCh0ol highl was marked by a school record of nine straight home n HCS. The hlgh point of the season came with a 96-77 shellacking of na- EEFTHY fated Carson-Newman. Coach Ford7s enthusiastic hoopsters broke all W0 Of the old lndividual records: UC's first Little All-American Larry B . amen Scored more polnts C5805 at a better average f22.3J than any other l play a Sisrlgn gc hEl0fY- He also gathered in a record number of rebounds and set -ms scirglie llgll- Captain Gary Davis added to his career record for most Bob Wells ,bc oslng out his four seasons with 1,102 nolnts. Playmaker-scorer AnderS0n7SI1Qe Ollrldier Bob Lung, co-captain Larry Davis, and handyman Ar1dY in a season ilfoite 3 team effort that broke other records:'most points SCOI sharpest fi id 18 est polnt average per game, single game high f136l, and the e 8031 and foul shooting percentages. 159 Head Coach Leon Ford 3 h ler, l Z 1 L 1 5 l Q I 1 i l I l I I 1 L IN Q X404 16 I 'v E.ii'1. Wi!! 'Lil' -y I f' -f., Unra- Coach Andy Nardo 4 . ,wi The grapplers of Coach Andy Nardo posted a 6-4 mark during a season that was climaxed with a third place finish in the highly com- petitive S. E. C. tournament. Unbeaten during the regular season, heavyweight Henry Sorrell and 177-pound Tom Huhbuch placed second and third respectively. Two-time former champ and team captain George Farr captured second place. The loss of lightweights George Thrash and Co-Captain ,lim Eldridge due to injuries hindered the wrestlers, attempt to win the championship. Although the year's showing was somewhat disappointing, this well-conditioned, young team never failed to please its enthusiastic and large following. Next year should be the year for the lVIocs to dethrone perennial champ Auburn. E d 'd Ch ' T dd H n Keller. Second row: Jim Salter, Tom Hubbuch, First row: George Thrash, Kirk Salter, George Farr, Jim l r1 ge, r1s. 0 , C YY Chuck Stieg, Henry Sorrell, Boofer Wilkey, Joe Erwin, Frank Wright, Bill Yeager. 5 S if 50.9 s.0'v'v'vIgf " f f 13g'q'M,'-. y - Q, S.. Jr., . xx., it 163 6 'n RLKXTFT. 3734! I .Kiln 'Z'V2llf'W'Jn" 41 .1 ZZ ECUIG at , . 4:2 HOMECOMING QUEEN Carole Rawls Homecoming Court: L. to R., Carole Wilson, Carol Sanders, Sparky Sparks, Carole Rayvls, Carleen Arnold. Phi Mu-Not A Ghost Off A Chance Pi Kappa Alpha-"Witch,' Way To Victory Kappa Sigma-Barry 'E'm, Mocs. Let,s Beat Jax. Pi Beta Phi-Drain 'Em Dry, Mocs First '- w K r' ' :I I . 3' I we 5. tw-'L' li fl AN . Pl g Lambda Chi i1giL,..?iip That Team 1' 1 U P- First Place: Chi Omega-Track 'Em Down, Mocs ,f,'9. za, Q if X- ' fl' .V "x, ,f x, , ,,, . Alpha Delta Pi -Sew Up A Victory x ' . I 1 fn vm, I ll Y QV: ,, .We Q EM 1 167 45 dh vw dh 0 .,' ' , .. .41 Cha David ,r ii F 5 1 Q 4 , K, ,713 fi Kiwi K . I s F I 3 "hun Charles J ones David Chamberlain Sandra Prem' 169 f rf-EXE ' ., . Vicki Kelley Susan Del Vecchio I. F 'I .Q -6 'Ili' .'1".'Z.'l? 1'2fT'E5E!'T1'WT A 72 1 The intramural program under the direction of Coach Andrew Na and Miss lla Kay Guraedy was very successful this year. More Student s participated both on the court and from the sidelines, Kappa Sigma took the championships in football and wrestlin Pi Beta Phi, those in volleyball and basketball. gi Intramurals also included men's basketball, volleyball, and golf for 'women badminton, tennis, and swimming. 4 170 and URGANIZATIONS -av 492 -V M1 A, ,sw STUDE T COUNCIL Members of the Student Council were elected from six- teen precincts, each of which was composed of about eighty people. There were representatives from each pre- cinct, the Student Body president, the secretary-treasurer, and the elections committee chairman. The 1964--1965 Student Council undertook this year the project of publication of a student directory which Was distributed to each student free of charge. This di- rectory contained vital information about each student, each faculty member, and the University as a Whole. The council sponsored the fall and spring dances, with the Jimmy Dorsey Band playing at the spring dance. They again sponsored movies every Thursday night, also free of charge, for the students. This year's president was again Joel Cunningham. Beth Gentry served as secretary-treasurer. Dr. Fenix was the faculty advisor. ..' Ns. JOEL CUNNINGHAM Student Body President . .- ws- -'51 First rg Nevins, -. l i itz: 33:32 -Qi W W 4 Y N 1 1 W , I LX SSX as - BETH GEN TRY Secretary-Treasurer 5 Wi, - :ami-Q bfifj is T ,if is S 1 . . S! x X S Firsf row: Sally H01land, Teena DeMayo Martha Johnson Betsy Clemmer Trish Terry, Pat Bender, Sandra Prewitt. Second row: Mickey McCam1sh Call V ' ' . . 9 a 7 levms'B1u Cam, Jan Mllner, MHICIC Rodman, Mike Fussell, Nancy Weeks, Betsy Wooten. ww 0 WM I fl M fr QW. f W1 H1 Vw ZWW ' N U W MT ,Wf.,., .M ,,,,,,,,,, WW ,, W, wc, W . .M WQWIMMMM... , U ,MW WW Q ff' 2 Wwwawvw , Q gi f s fr se ' 1 Q ,, , .si , V W 4 ' H If ,iwwffegfwhwmw w 1 , -W ,W W, WWW W.. WW, w , 'f . ,W,,.,.,WW w su- wlkiddilwlrwhd P'Qui 1 Mmm .ZW f W,mn7,, Q f .M 1 1: K +4 ewffwwf 5 . sw 4 ' 1 f 5 A ss- ' i M 'X J ' E . ,f ' X s Ns A . S u f Se 1 f' mu , -r. B s,.--Q-,ff , ,A .A Q. q. rg. , 'ff Q in N , 'A qi fs. ffnk, sv.: x , xf 3 lv 5. vias.-In D V, 1 E . ,j Sl., .fp 7 Y",f.'.,fV ' '95 .ze 'K 1" w xv 'V ,ayffq 173 P, i 1-sv X . ,W ,,,, 0 W ,.,.. www ,wwwww Q 4 54 wr - My-ww , x iv as 5 5 4 s 5 5 0C 7 I '57 . 35 'NIR' XB. 'U' L! Z." 2121? fYFP'J'Q'l f'W, run L. to R.: Vicki Kelley, Pat Bender, I an Brown, Pat Bivens, Diana S mith Charlie Chase, Artie Jones, Martha Cartwright, Bubba Labbous, Sue Mc- Intosh, Udo Schroii, Eleanor DeLong, Bobby Dugan, Trudy Bender, H0 OR COUNCIL The purpose of the Honor Council is to orient new students in the regulations of the Honor System and to promote the effectiveness of the System at the University. The Council meets at least once a month during the school year to try cases concerning violations of the Hon- or Code and to designate penalties for those persons found guilty. The members are selected in the spring by their re- spective classes. Artie Jones is chairman of the Council, and Martha Cartwright serves as secretary. ELECTIONS COM ITTEE Coordinating all student body elections is the main function of the Elections Committee, which also is re- sponsible for making and enforcing all election rules. The delegates of the committee are chosen by precincts and serve for one year. The chairman of the committee is Hans Bingham, vice-president of the Student Council, and its secretary is Myra Phillips. First row: Ann Parks, Rivers Shaw, Vicki Kelley. Second row: Myra Phillips Mary Davenport, Pat Stults, Hans Bingham. Third row: Ann Hetzler, Howard Huddleston, Sue Thompson. Fourth row: John Coventry, Jack Armstrong Terry Blunt. 174. V! el Z4 ri' 1 Q, 1 Phillips, ', Howard Imsirong, WE QHNS NGHNAN JGY' VVHQTTEN E., eadaw 6 175 THE ' ,,,, , OCCAS N DIANA DRUCE Facultv Ed1tor MARY LOU EVANS Editor RAY HARRIS Art and Index Editor X BILL YARBOROUGH, JOHN HUGHES Photographers ANN LACKEY Greek Editor 27 J A...-my KAY GRUBBS Honors and Features Editor In 'I Il I I I I I . RIVERS SHAW Classes Editor s I I E I I Classes Staff : First row: Ann Satterfield, Lucy McGregor. Second row: Jane DeLoach, Mary Lawrence, BCCIKY Evans, Carolyn Poynton. Sym!! up '1 Fl S. QI Z PAT 0 NEAL Organizations Editor EUGENE LEAKE M1htal'Y Editor new Q - A 6 ? K 1,4 l or ROSEMARY MINDOCK Organizations Editor Organizations Staff: Judy Bonicamp Betsy Buice Betsy Wooten Gail McClure ' ' ' - , Sandra Norris Polly Ann Mar' f tin, David Brammer. Xb s avg. is X 4 Q 1 Q sa XXX sxxk Y A E :L vr X at X x NK' . as sf' i . a K X as K xl KKK. x T 2 0 X N XX i n - r X ,, i f .Q ,. 5 W' .f-, i l , Becky' SCHAACK VAN DEUSEN A SP0rts Editor R if BARBARA FENIX Front Section Editor 1 NW. V W A. A - wi. V W , I It .L J.s,.,.,i-. 177 t aff Carol Monroe llldee CHISOI1 Linda Scoggins Pam Goodlet Janet Cofrancesco Ken MurraY Ann Clarke Susan Quinton THE UNIVERSITY ECHO SUE MCINTOSH ANN HETZLER Editor Managing Editor MARILYN WOOD KAROL KIIJLIAN Associate Editors BILL HECK DIAN BARKOW Sports Editor Secretary MONTY WILSON BILL YARBROUGH Photographers The University Echo is the bi-weekly campus newspaper, written and edited by UC students. In addition to maintaining the regular news coverage, The Echo acts as a sounding board for student and faculty opinion and functions as Hthe campus gadflyf' bringing to the attention of the University community those situations which the editors feel need improvement or alteration. Because The Echo is financed by the University, it is distributed free to the students, faculty, staff and friends of the University. SUE MCINTOSH Editor ANN HETZLER Managing Editor 1 I 3 5 if 5 . X Seated: Ann Hetzler, Managing Editorg Sue McIntosh, Edltof' Standing: Bill Heck, Sports Edl- E tory Marilyn Wood, Associate Ediiorg Karol Killian, ASSUME Editor. A X 4 , , 4, i il fa I-lo R.: E1 Wlliixson LIQR - MI itizoii N i ing IOI. Idi- ate ate 5 sf X. 5 ,ws 'I " ,. , giatiid: .Jean Romska, Harriet Jones, if nf., .32 ' ' t n an mg- Carol Hudson, Gordon W ff, I . X x , , 4 Nanc . etI1'l0I'8, 3 A Y Om, Dian Barkow. J X i , , ,, i 5 1 L.t0 Eleanor DeLong, Jennie Pfitzer, Tom Gladney, Mary Frances Corbly, Ann Hixson. if MOUW Wi1S0n, Judie Bailey, Mary McNally, Barbara Atwater, Frank L. to R.: Ann Woodard, Vickey Potts, Susan Hayes, Martha Schmidt Diane Crnh. -.11-V '37 , A52 Z v If First row: Mary Lou Evans, Sue Mclntosh, Dr. Enid Bryan. Second row: Mr. Charles Hanton, Mr. Larry Fincher, Mr. George Connor, Mr. Robert Wilson, Mr. Arlie Herron, Mr. Earl Hale. P BLIC TIONS UNIVER ITY SCHULARS CO ITTEE The task of the Publications Committee is to encourage excellence in the student publications, the MOCCASIN and the ECHO, by its suggestions and constructive criti- cism. The committee also selects new editors each spring from nominations submitted by the current editors of the newspaper and the yearbook. Mr. Connor is chairman of the committee. Not pictured above are Mr. C. M. Morton, Mr. Michael Richards, and Mr. James Spears. Realizing that true scholarship involves more than the attainment of a certain grade average, the University Scholars was organized in 1960 to recognize those stu- dents who display outstanding ability, scholarly endeavor, and an unusual scholarly attitude. The scholars, who must be recommended by the faculty for membership, meet monthly to discuss some work all have read and to report on the progress of independent study. The object of these discussions is to provide an intellectually enthusiastic atmosphere and therefore stimulate creative thought. First row: Carolyn Mitchell, Robbie Wharton, Martha Cartwright, Mary Virginia Terry, Linda Wood. Second row: Miss Isobel Griscorn, Pat Bonin,'Sharon McMahan, Pat Bender, Betsy Elliot, Vicki Kelley, Eleanor DeLong, Margaret Presley. Tlzzrd row:.Dean lames 'L1v1ngood, Bill Yarborough, Pat Bivins, Mimi Creasy, Deana Deakins, Diana Smith, Trudy Bender, Richard Fricks, Richard Kemmler, Jimmie Pitts, Warren Schmidt, Mike Morris, Bob Fanning. Q I i 1 I l Fits, it ob' Fort Rohn C D Bill Fl, Mrs HigQ the fsity stu- vor, aust oeet Jort lese stic i l 1 . - - - Alpha F z : Ralph DCRIZZO, P1 Kappa Alpha, Frank, Nathzflf' Eiisilohmld. Second row: ,lohn Shelley, Lambda Chl Alpha, Henry Rookis, Kappa Sigma, TOITI Meeks, Sigma Chl- RULES AND REGULATIONS COMMITTEE Appointed by the President, the Rules and RCS'-lla' tions Committee is composed of students and faculty. The committee meets only when called to determine innocence or guilt and to levy punishment for infractions of Uni- versity regulations and general rules of good COI'1duCt- The committee hears appeals from students Who have been dismissed for failure to maintain prescribed aca- demic standards. ln matters of student government, the committee is often asked to give an objective decision in cases concerning infractions of student governing rules' INTRAMURAL REGULATIONS COMMITTEE The lntramural Regulations Committee, sponsored by Cofipli Andy Nardo, is composed of one member from eac raternity. The purpose of the committee is to revu- late intramural sports and t tramural sports events. o supply referees for all Tn- STUDENT CENTER COMMITTEE The gathering place for students is the Alexander Guerry Center, which Was built in 1958. The Student Center Committee regulates the activities for the center. The Guerry Center is the location of the University book- store, alumni ofhces, publicity ofhce, Dean of Studentls office, and offices for student publications and student government. The lounge also comes under the auspices of the committee. First row: Carolyn Wiley, Sue Mclntosh, Miss Ila Kay Guraedy, Mrs. Elizabeth Hampton. Second row: Mr. Charles Wright, Bill Johnson ilsarry Lowe, Dean Robert Mildrarn. iifSlhRow: Mrs. Merrill Coh- R6hh.'ITS- Mona Washburn, Fordlilwharton, Coach Leon Rob i Hmilton Gregory, Dean Dealfifl Mildrarn. Second Row: Bin h August Eberle, Hans pinshamv MT- Lawrence Mrs Harm figuhlen Holland, . ' 0 ll 1- Hlgdon, Pat Bivenglani Sally L. Q 1 First row: Father James Sullins, Martha Bag- genstoss, Rev. Herbert Barks, Miss Natalie Schlack, Rabbi Abraham Feinstein, Richard Fricks, Mr. Rocky Young. Second row: Rev. Arthur Constien, Bill Johnson, Art Jones, Mr. George Connor, Chuck Smith, Rev. Bedford Transou, John Collison. T DE T RELIGIOU COUNCIL The Student Religious Council is composed of represen- tatives and advisors from the various denominational groups on campus. The Council meets to plan religious programs for the entire campus and to coordinate the work of the individual denominational groups. First row: Joan Boyd, Alice Thompson, Judy Bonicamp, Virginia Burrows, Barbara Barber, Ann Lackey, Becky Evans, Martha Bag- genstoss, Sue Thompson. Second row: Mr. George Connor, Mr. Grady Long, Miss Gail Hammond, Rick Govan, Nathan Elsbree, David Chamberlain, Bill Eiselstein, Bill Grieve, Bill Campbell, Fred Eisel- stein, Roy Wood, Norman West. .N g . ' W NU, The Canterbury Club is an organization for Episcopal students. lt provides religious, social, and educational opportunities for its members. Evening prayer, supper, and a program are held every other Week. CANTERB RY CL B lt ' 4 f f af' .1 " , nik, lg my jim WVU ,va it QI'-'W scopal tional lpper, is WEN it 'Q' 9-F' N N ...Hy EFT? First row: Dr. Arthur Plettner, Mrs. Isa Mcllwraith, Dian Barkow, Barbara Bostain. Second row: Charles Chase, Dennis Wilkes, Rev. D, R. Fauble, Rev. A. J. Constien, Clifford Meyer. THE L THER CLUB HILLEL COUNCIL The Lutheran students here at UC enjoy fellowship with one another and worship among those of similar beliefs. This organization promotes opportunities for study, dis- cussions, and growth in religious knowledge and faith. Dian Barkow and Charles Chase are co-chairmen of the Lutheran group and have the responsibility of directing the monthly meetings. Arthur Constien acts as pastoral advisor. Miss Natalie Sehlack is the faculty advisor. The Hillel Council is an international organization for Jewish students on campus. Distinguished speakers are present at every meeting, discussing contemporary prob- lems of life on campus, in the community, the nation, and the world. The purpose of Hillel is to develop stronger personal concepts of Judaism by contrasting it with other phases of life and to provide opportunities for fellowship among the members. First row-' Marsha Silver, secretary-treasurer, Henry Green, president, Margie Breman, program chairman. Second row! Jeff Miller, Mitzi Green, Joe Dzik, Julius Meinbach, Marvin Rudolph. lf? K! 183 15537 Ain, ., X ,. ,iff i .1 First row: Martha Britton, Margaret Presley, Bonnie Walker, Pat McCracken, Katherme Hatfield, Pat Weaver, Sheila Jackson, Sharilyn Deerman, Jo Newman. Second row: Sheila Warren, Pat Lucas, Dixie McClintock, Wilma Carnes, Eleanor DeLong, Jimmie Pitts, Elaine Allison. Third row: Linda Scoggins, Sandra Taylor, Linda Wood, Barbara Tallant, Carolyn Anderson, Kay Jones, David Martin. Fourth row: Bill Johnson, Marleltta Mahoney, Nancy Alford, Joan Crownover, Brenda Sherrill, Jim Schwall, Rev. Leslie Werner, dlrector. F zfth row: Peggy Higgins, Milton Welch, Beverly Cook. WE TMI TER FELLOW HIP The Westminster Fellowship is the organization for Presbyterian students on UC's campus. Its purpose is to help students to know Jesus Christ, to maintain Christian standards of conduct and to enjoy fellowship with other Christian students. Westminster Fellowship strives to keep students in normal, vital contact with the church while they are away from their home church. Programs emphasize worship, religious instruction, leadership train- ing, Christian service, and Christian fellowship. BAPTIST T DE T UNIGN The Baptist Student Union provides an Opportunity for students to develop spiritually and socially in a Christian atmosphere. On campus, the B.S.U. has a month. ly Supper meeting and two weekly devotional meetings one held in Danforth Chapel. This year the BSU? participated, on a, noncompetitional basis, in Homecoming decorations and All-Sing. Off-campus activities included a pre-school retreat at Dogwood Lodge on Lake Chick mauga, a state convention, and an international retreat in Gatlinburg. The Rev. Leslie D. Werner serves as Student Director andthe Rev. Billy Wallace as Pastor Advisor. Oflicers foi the year are Bill Johnson, presidentg David Martin, vice. president, Katherine Hatfield, secretary, and Al Varnell, devotions chairman. a. ,.,...a-mi First row: Gail McClure, Iliene Simpson, Carol Ann Schmitt, Janet Williams, Temple Smartt, Ann Hix- son, Diane Hulgan. Second row: Mr. Rocky Young, David Parker, Connie Price, Sue Hackworth, Ann Wood- ard, Barbara Atwater. Che Che Mease, Rebecca Batchelor, Frank Griscom, Third row: John Coventry, George Klein, Mel Parker, Richard Hunnicutt, Joe Sandlin, Jack Morris Alan Glazner, Artie Jones. l 184 :ZX - 'ze 3 l H Hleetjngs. le Upcoming Included S Chick, il retreat DlfCCtor, lficers for mn: VlC8. l Varnell, 2 7 5 I I to I tl ,r xx xx ov xx, . 1JXt l Qkx, rf "R 5 . V I I ip0I'Iu ' V X illy 1312 month. R METHODI T TUDE T OVE E T The Methodist Student Center, open to all students, provides an excellent atmosphere of Christian learning, as well as fun and recreation. The Center is open all day every day. Regular meetings include a Friday Cornmuter's Lunch, followed by a discussion session and a monthly supper meeting featuring a speaker. Every Monday the group meets for Holy Communion. ln December, a spaghetti supper was sponsored to benefit five students going to the Quadrennial Conven- tion in Lincoln, Nebraska. During the fall a Moonlight Supper was held at the Fairyland Club, and the students enjoyed Hootenannies following several of the home football games. Retreats were also held during the year. Chuck Smith serves as president of the group, and the Rev. Bedford Transou is the Center Director. First row: Polly Ann Martin, Jan Milner, Bea Clemmer, Gail Rees, Ellen Dickert, Marcie Rod- man, Pat Hawkins. Second row: Jim Geyer, Pris- cilla Geyer, Bruce Wood, Jim Ketchersid, Ann Brown, Cecilia Roberson, Harriet F1-aim, Heather McCloud, Rev. Bedford Transou, Bill Yarborough. EWMAN CL B The Newman Club, which is afhliated with the National Federation of Newman Clubs, is the religious organiza- tion for Roman Catholic students at the University. Its purpose is to deepen the spiritual and enrich the temporal lives of its members through a balanced program of religious, intellectual, and social activities. This year the club sponsored a special demonstration Mass in English for the student body. John Collison serves as president of the group, and Father James Sul- lins is the Center Director. First row: Alice Pospisil, Janice Pospisil, Martha Schmidt, Tina DeMayo, 'Bobbie Weber, Carol Cowan, Mary Davenport, Marsha Conway Gail Nevins Martha Christison Second row' Father James Sulllns, director, Richard Lynskey, Raleigh Cooper, Hal Easter, Hose Ann Davis, Geraldine Ditip1ar,WG31pol eM8tpEp3, i-JEgigeCcgEzglr2pesIcglcE,1tgli',in1ai0li.,c5:1v5,1,MliL1t:i2lf.11IE Iiftigltelaf gfgfgflllrg Collison, Warren Schmidt, Donald Lyns ey, ac Skelly, Tom Gladney. im 'EI F132-fi it tt 'Q' 'N' ii WN IPAQ SVN 71-S 71' ? SON ix IXNV W! WI V' V4 5, 1 s ' 3 I l . I 185 L. to R.: Jack Armstrong, Kirk Salter, Charlie Viar, Mike Ward, Bill Fritz, J eff Schwartz, Barry Nottage, Terry Blunt, Charlie Smith, Bob Bird Jerry Garner, and Tom Kline. First row: Carolyn Wiley, Dian Barkow, Carolin Stripland, Gail Nevins, Joyce Olson. Second row: Jan Milner, Pat Parkin, Malinda Johnson, Gail Lawrence, Mary Ann Cullaty. Third row: Janice Rothe, Pete Phillips, Eleanor DeLong, Martha Christison. Fourth row: Bea Clemmer, Pat Bender, Tommye Thompson, Betsy Buice, Deane Macormac. Fifth row: Linda Orrell, Sue Thompson, Nancy Thompson, Ann Dowling. Sixth row: Bonnie Justin, Sally Higdon, Charlotte K Bridge, Trudy Bender. Sixth row: Katy Dalby, Marion Rennich, The Circle K is part of an international service organi- zation sponsored by the Kiwanis Club. lts purposes are to provide a place for service and leadership both in the school and in the community. The organization sponsors the annual Circle K Carnival and builds the University's fioat for the Armed Forces Day Parade. New members are selected by the club and tapped at Honors Day. KAPP CHI EPSILO Kappa Chi Epsilon is a service society whose members are selected from the sororities and the Independent Stu- dent Organization on the basis of leadership, loyalty, service, and scholarship. The organization tries to improve relationships among students, to stir their interest in the University, and to express the appreciation of the student body to the alumni of UC and to supporting citizens of Chattanooga. These purposes are accomplished through such projects as Dorm Weekend, the selection of a 4'Professor of the Monthf, and a Saturday tour for incoming students. The club's oiiicers are Carolyn Wiley, presidentg Joyce Olson, vice-president, Carolin Stripland, secretaryg Gail Nevins, treasurer, Dian Barkow and Malinda Johnson, projects chairmen, and Charlotte Bridge, reporter. 186 ALP NTERIC N N TIT TE 3 Theta Delta, o1gan1zed at the U111ve1s1ty 111 nize M ber ar elected b aim of the A ' ' . o mathematics 6111 S C S y a facu encourage the Stud merican lnst1tute of Phy51C5 is to fom uPPer Classmeu who have SUPCUOT h U Y Of PhyS1Cs and to assist student mlttee 1 P s1c1t - d h l1ow l Y S S ln develo 1 th - H II13tll6111Ell1CS an ix o s unusua promise lasm and S f P Hg e knowledge, ldeals, enthus- 1 7 ense o - - - . thlg field to the physics Pr0feSg6EZ131ons1b1l1ty whrch are appropriate First row: Buddy Jacobs, Diane Grob, Trudy Bender, Hans Bingham, Robert Hamby, Michael Bailey, Malcolm Keown. Second row: Mr. Morris Hetzler, Fred Shirley, Cliff Meyer, Don Glenn, Mr. A. L. Fincher, Joe Sandlin, Bill Grieve, Jerry Dillard, Howard Elson, Stewart Davis, Bob Bird. SV far KJ-' Fi First row: Bobbi Payne, Suzie Sellers, Anne Fields, Adele Ceraghty, Dave Ceren. Second row: Tom Pikciunas, Bobby Bird, Ann Parks, John ml Pennell, Alvin Moore, Rose Park, George Thrash, Evelyn Lively, Connie Ford, Judy Bonicamp. Third row: Wayne Valadez, Iliene Simpson, Cor- DE don O'Neill, Jay Senter, Belenda Peters, Roger Dickson, Mike Fussell, Martha Johnson, Linda Whaley, Tom Dyer, Vince Lord, Pete McCall, Tara Templeton, Russ McGee, Byron Jones, Dr. Frank Prescott, Joyce Wittenauer, Ted Brown, Catherine Bailey, Ronnie Rogers. Not pictured: John Coventry. YOUNG REPUBLICA S CLUB I , , , The Young Democrats Clubis purpose is to stimulate I Elie Foung Repubhcilns Chib Works actwely durmg in young people an accurate interest in government de I mea hcanipalgns in h Clgntlnlglailly has Spqqikerf bt,0 affairs, to foster and perpetuate the ideals and principles P3 I Efussetise tftgiilgg O lie? aifpu wan fiarty' .fr C u S of the Democratic party, to recruit new members for the W3 It Eedgre methods ang O O Smal, agtzlilejfng tiimfoagontpff' Democratic party and new candidates, and to provide ITE LI Countr' for bmi artiei pAlVin Mooreois rg 51 OI: e for our people through its administration, the highest IH ' Y P ' P S en ' degree of justice, social welfare and happiness. The spe- ln I cial purposes will be to instill in young Democrats a CL I better spirit toward democratic government. Steve Whlt- Sa aker is chairman and Pat Bender is secretary. T, I I girst row: David Brammer, Jane Poston, Janet Reeves, Pat Lloyd, Martha Schmidt, Harold Haggard, Anna Dalton, Martha Vittetoe, Betsy Clemmer, R0I1I1i6 own. Second row: Art Von Werssowetz, Tom Cladney, Raleigh Cooper, Mel Parker, John Watts, Mark Hankin Warren Schmidt Herbert Levy, Gay James, I Helen Emery, Tina Lewis, Bill Floyd, Judy Stott, Jim Taylor, Richard Hunnicutt, Judy Whitaker, Pat Bender, Jan Milner, Ann Hixson, Steve Whitaker, B62 Clemmer, Janie Caves, Ruth Machacek, Jim Denton. I I x 1 I 1 I I I I 1 I First row: Carleen Arnold, Sandy Gray, Miss Terrell Tatum, Roberto Rojas, ,lohanne Albright, Mr. Reuben Holland. Second row' David Newton, Tommy Jones, Mary Ann Mclnturfi, Betsy Wooten, Brenda Watkins, Sharon McMahan, Neal Coulter, , Deane Macormac, Fontaine Moore, Tommy Van Cleave. Tara John late Sigma Delta Pi, an honorary Spanish fraternity, is lent dedicated to the promotion and understanding of His- Ples panic culture. lt is a nation-wide organization with chap- 'the ters on all major campuses. Members are required to -ide have a high scholastic standing in Spanish and must also lest indicate an interest in Hispanic culture. During the meet- spe- ings, diiierent aspects of Spanish culture have been dis- 5'H cussed. Roberto Rojas heads the organization, aided by lui' Sandra Gray, secretary. The faculty sponsor is Miss Terrell Tatum. Ronnie lames, ar, B68 'I whigehgercle Francais is an honorary society for students I 'ned ve Completed two years of French and have main- al 3 B average. The monthly meetings are held at llle hom f ' . D ' BS o 1tS members 1n the Chattanooga area. lanT!:lZYeaT.L6 Cercle Francais and Air France in At- J0hn'Sc'il0ffS13, Sponsored a recital given by guest pianist, MN medef, H graduate of lulliard School of Music TSW York. presias Vial' the officers are as follows: Patricia Bonin, ent B . . . kow 1 afbara Fenix, vice-president, and Dian Bar- ,Secrt-ztary, First row: Ann Hetzler, Mary ,lane Zwickey, Reuben Holland, Dr. Maxwell Smith, Dr. Robert Anacker, Dian Barkow, Patricia Bonin, Barbara Fenix. Second row: Tommy Jones, Ellis Forrester, Richard Denney. Third row: Robbie Wharton, .ludy Sketoe, Claire Phillips, Polly Ann Martin. Fourth row: Mary Ann Mclnturff, Carolyn Coop, Mrs. Virginia Brannon, Mrs. Kathleen Harris, Leota Lamb, Janice Rothe, Barbara White. ' X " ' 7, f' 5' 1 189 GIRL ' CHOR Performing at area high schools and Chattanooga civic clubs, the Girls' Chorus promotes the University to pros. pective students and patrons. The chorus, under the di- rection of Mr. E. D. Rushworth, holds Weekly practices for girls interested in vocal music. MALE CHOR The lVlale Chorus, directed by lVlr. George Cox, pro- vides the University and the community with delightful First row: Roary Lewis, Ellen Still, Ellen Bohanon, Kaydean Bryson. Second row: - ' ' ' ' , Ann Brown, Margaret Cook, Becca Wallace, Donna Ulrickson. Third row: Shelia programs of muslc' Appearmgbefolie Vanous CIVIC or Jackson, Carolyn Nash, Sue Hackworth. Fourth row: Flavia Howard, Allene Crow, g3U1Zat10nS and at School functlonsa lt has bfoughtucoll' Mi111iCfCaSY, PCggY HiggiI1S3 PiaHiSf1 Linda W00d- tinuous recognition to our University. Membership IS voluntary for the organization. First row: Charles Ayers, Jay Williams, Bobby Dugan, Larry Levi. Second row: John Sadler, Ben Patterson, John Dillon, Jack Holley. Third row: Charlie Jones, Larry Baker, Hubert Howard, Bonner Cohen, Sam Hallyburton, Claude Walker. 190 af100gH civic SKY to pros- ldef the di. ly Practices 3 Cox, pro- delightful civic or- lught con- vership is 'OWI 11 h ' follows: Shirley Atwood, Sandra Baker, Sandra Bonner, 1121615233 Efyloi Cjgii-yaC3a1ziR0n, Martha Carter, David Chamberlain, ,loan Crownover, Bglylb Dugan gheralyn Highers, Larry Levi, Patricia Long, Andrew Lowry, Patricia MCCrll1cken, Carolyn Nash, Donna Niles, Sylvia Nunnally, Carolyn Payne, Donna Payne,Jean Romska, Ronald Tillman, Donna Ulrickson, Claude Walker, Carole Wilson. UNIVERSITY CHOIR The U ' ' ' - Stud t niyersity Choir is composed of men and women en s W 0 are interested in singing. The purpose of th ' ' ' . T, 911011' 15 Pfesefltlng appropriate choral music for UC Ie 1310115 Chapels, presenting special choral pros-rams for the community, and presenting programs oi? popular music. .Highlights of the year are the special pros-rams . . , 2: of muslc at ThankSg1V1Ug, Christmas, and Easter. There '?re.Pf0ST3U1S given each year to which the ublic is . . P invited. The choir IS under the direction of Miss Isa Mcllwraith. UNIVERSITY BAND The University of Chattanooga Band has added a great deal to school spirit during this past school year. Under the direction of Mr. E. D. Rushworth, and Drum Major, ,Iudy Carson, the band presented halftime shows during the football season and its annual concert in the spring. Mr. A. R. Cassavant, nationally known drill instructor, has assisted the band in its presentations. Members of the band are as follows: Judy Carson, Drum Major, David Bevilaqua, Martha Britton, David Brooks, Joe Cole, Loren Daniels, Lynda ilFoor John Dillon, Bobb Dugan, ,Ioe Dzik, Hal Easter, Larry Fain, Roy Gallant, Mary Giuliano, Terry Cothard, Dayle Harding, Earl Lancaster, , Y Aiidrew Lowry Patty Lucas D'on Lynskey, Richard Lynskey, Ellen McDade, Cary Mason, Ayn Millenbaugh, Gene M1snigf1BEnLPatte1iiIon, Sierlgdag Randolph, Jiminy Ransom, ,lames Roberson, .lim Schwall, Kenneth Singley, Mike Steakley, Beatrice Ann Tallman, Milton e c , arry omac , re Wood, Roy Wood, Bill Zachry, and director E. D. Rushworth. 191 V A-.-lil. gt' L Q in I ' 'zzz' 4515, Left to right: Janice Rothe, Schaack Van Deusen, Mr. Arlie Herron, Karol Killian, Ann Lackey. WRITER ' GUILD The Writers' Guild is composed of students interested in creative writing. This group was organized in 1963 to stimulate interest in creative W-riting and to organize student material for the publication of an issue of the Southern Accent, a literary magazine formerly included among the University publications. SWI G BA D The Swing Band, recently organized on the University campus, is composed of members of the band who are primarily interested in swing music. The band performs for special school functions and presents special programs of music at different times of the year. Much has been added to the University by the addition of the Swing Band under the direction of Mr. E. D. Rushworth. Fi'-95 TWH Sheridan Raf1fl01Ph, AYH Mlllenliaugh, Joe Cole, Bill Zachry, John Heard. Second row: Gary Mason, James Ran- som, Bill Lindsay, Ken Slngley, Joe Dzik, Jim Schwall, Bobby Dugan, Larry Womack, Nelson Bean, Boy Wood. The director is Mr. E. D. Rushworth. '4 ,yi : -2- ' X- fi? .1 I if lf' L l,1l ,x rr 1'! li. 1 , ,J 3 all H7 f F. if First roi Jewell l Sharon Tommye Teague. The E fessiona preparir Opportul lessionaf history, professif problem active pl ll, and v ,Iv R.: .lmipetei ','H1HiHrd fllllludo :Ce Wood Hana Wm T, lhke ,iffy .lim wif. Ch iHu'S0H, E 1 . 1 1 t i X 1 h- 'RR .V I . F' t ow: Lynn Edging, Genie Brown. Sally Holland, Sandy Cray, Barbara Wil o , M ' S' , M h C ' liiiell Rudicil. Second row: Martha ,lohnsonllary Ann Cullaty. Judy Hanks, She-lrri Iaaiiirleis, Piiiilnara aliitosziainariklhiirriihlhaililgilrii Sharon Taylor, Suzette Jones, Blarleitta Mahoney, Dona Cray, Nancy Jo Bales, Bill Campbell. Third row: Plentress Wilson, ' D Hl . Mary Dyer. Beverly Cook, Kathleen Harris, Jane Pardue, John Pack, Cecil Tommye Thompson, Sandy Norris, ee am Teague. S.N. . . The Student National Education Association is the pro- fessional association for college or university students preparing to teach. Student NEA provides members with opportunities for developing personal growth and pro- fessional competenceg for gaining an understanding of the h'St0fY, ethics, and program of the organized teaching Pf0feSSi0I1, fOr participating in cooperative work on the Pffthlems of the profession and the community, and for active professional membership on the local, state, nation- al, and world levels. S.A. . The Society for the Advancement of Management pro- poses uthrough research, discussion, publication, and other appropriate means to conduct and promote scien- tific study of the principles governing organized effort in industrial and economic life . . . for the general better- ment of society." L- to . . R-- Dennis Hanson W , Jesse Pan, ll ' lard' Ken .lohnst , Bfilrggn Qludolphv Byron lontiers, Laffy Haorizdl Leroy Rymer Qhip Ad eV, Leroy E1-vin, liams Miimsv Charlie Wil- Hillaidi re Robertson, Sam Hi11,Nff E2 Eldridge, Ron Dick Hutso mes Thompson, Hall. Us Ross Haire, Fred 9 ,-.- I I I I I ,Y in li ' .' .IIE fx ' f fx 5 .- I I I I I . I I I I I I I III I . I First row: Bert Caldwell, Jerry Harris, Glynn Stowe, Henry Sorrell, Don Shaver, Tom Schaefer, ,lack Proctor, Artie Jones, George Farr. Second row: Vince ,y Lord, Colin Aldridge, Steve Kovan, .lack Gregory, ,lim Tanara, Truman Anderson, Bob Lung, .la-ck Morris, Larry Barnett, Delton Holmes, Buddy Sundstrom, I. Chuck Stieg, Bon Eisaman, Kirk Salter, Ed Sussdorff, Gary Davis, Schaack Van Deusen, Dave Sicko, Larry Elmore, Frank Wright, Ted Brown, ,lim Denton. I PHI ETA TAU GGCS9 B Phi Eta Tau is an organization for Women physical education majors and minors. The purpose of the or- ganization is to promote and to stimulate an interest in physical education. Meeting once a month, they discuss I I The MC" Club is an organization for men who have pI earned a letter in varsity sports. The club has as its purposes the regulation of the wearing of University II Ii I I 1 I . , , current rololems and conce ts of h sical education. I letters on cam us and the romotlon of athletics P p p Y .Iii p P P ' Officers for this year are as follows: Charlotte Bridge, I, p president, Harriett Bandy, vice-president, Janie Bucks, III,i secretary, Carol Meacham, treasurerg and Ann Satter- Held, program chairman. 'fI1'I I . . IIIIII F zrst row: Marie Daugherty, Susan Nye, T. K. Kelly, Linda Benefield. Second row: Susan Quinton, Sparky Sparks, Judy Greene, C Carol Meacham, Charlotte Bridge, Ann Clarke, Ann Satterfield, Beverly Smith. II, , ,, W r M-K Ii II . III 1 I. I I I I I 1 F I I I I I I I I I M I I I I I I I 194. in F sf J si Q Us if in n ': -'sf Le. Fsslsfiglf ef 9-'sgjaa J .sjflz 1 9 y . - Vince ldsirom, Denton, ysical me or- est in iscuss in. ridge, lucks, 4 atter- p 1 , 1 ii JI SY E 'awe First row: Anne Miller, Ann Clarke, Jennie Heywood R' Sh A P . Alice Thompson, Ann Satterfield, Judy Greene, Connie Piide? Dijriig Gfiffn. arks, Andi Zava' Second row: Katy Dalby, Linda Benefield, Ann Clarke. W. A. A. The W0men's Athletic Association, which was founded to foster interest in Womenis sports, is composed of women who have earned one hundred points through participation in intramural sports. Each year the WAA sponsors a coke party for freshmen Women to acquaint them with the intramural program. It also gives a cup to the organization Winning the most events in the intramural program. The current officers are as follows: Ann Clarke, president, Jennie Heywood, vice-president, Sandra Prewitt, secretary, Melanie Hampton, treasurer, and Katy Dalby, publicity chairman. MOCETTES ' ation of junior and senior women Mocettes is an organiz t who have earned at least 500 WAA points. The Mocettes supervise the annual swim meet, regulate intramurals, and ' ' h ical education programs. create mterest 1n the p yS 'x . First row: Steve Whitaker, Mr. William Wilburn, Mr. Kenneth Whittemore. Second row: Phyllis Easterly, Martha Christison, Pat Stu.lts, Elaine Allison. Third row: ,lean Willingham, Kay Grubbs, Kaye Shepherd. Fourth row: Chuck Smith, Buddy Hickey, Elizabeth Roberts, Eleanor DeLong. Fifth row: Mrs. Mary Nell Weathers, Raynette Goodman, Madeline Nolan. SO IOLOGY CL B The primary purpose of the Sociology Club is to pro. mote interest in the area of sociology and social work among University students. The club provides field trips guest speakers, and discussion groups to inform its memi bers. It offers news of the many opportunities that are available to graduates in sociology or social work, Faculty advisors are Mr. William Wilburn and Mr. Kenneth Whittemore. Current ofiicers are as follows: Steve Whitaker, president, Chuck Smith and Raynette Goodman, co-program chairmen, Delphine Ainsworth secretary-treasurer, Martha Christison, publicity chairi man. RT CL B The Art Club, one of the oldest clubs on campus, serves to promote interest in the fine arts. lts members sponsor local and traveling art shows, films, museum trips, and various social events. Two of its primary activi- ties are sponsoring the Spring Outdoor Student Show and showing various exhibits of student Work at which the students have a chance to sell their Work. Membership is open to interested students of any major. Seated: Sandy Brock, Lucy McGregor, Bill Ashley, Nelda Dunn. Standing: Pat Lloyd, Ray Harris, Sheralyn High- ers, Larry Smith, Star Kammer, Peggy Anderson, Barbara Barber, Carolyn Potter, Nancy Weeks, .lon Devore, Bernita Tatue, Bob Fazio, Linda Miller. 196 N UB Club is t I I 0, and Social 5 I inform its Urlitie I Sial Work I. Ilb ' I urn HndI1 S IIlaII Ir I 6 as foIlI. 1. and Ra me Ainsw? mhhcily CI 5. C 1 3 I 35 Ollcam- 5- RS memj Primaryacli dent Showfd I at Wl1ICIl 9 Z. Members or. P I I I In I ,, II II ,. I I I I If I 1. 1. I: lilmg, must D , A, H ..-........m...........i..M...............,,,.,,,, c ly ,..-.M- . ,... . 9 ' 'ur i f '1 ' X I I 9 ' rin, ' .X-1'l': f,,, .- First row: Linda Warner, Cathy Palford, Martha Johnson M G "1 . '7 'f4v , ' ' f L B k. J A Ad C I A 1, iss eorgia Bell, Nancy Shelley, Pat.Hawkins, Caroglin Stripland ynne roc , o nn ams, arolyn Hicks. Second row. .lanet French, Nancy Alford, Ellen Dickert, Pramodini Bhargavei Diann Donner, Anne Rankin, Eleanor Gaither, Glenda Dickson. Front row from bottom to top: Kay Grubbs, Diana Campbell, Kaydean Bryson, Betsy Hill, Ann Clarke Jerry Jane Parker, Pat McCracken Diana Smith , , , V- . ginia Glisson. Second row from bottom to top: Linda Miller, Barbara Bostairi, Sandy Hull, Nancy Brower, Mary Ann Cullaty, Susan Nye. H0 E ECO O ICS CL B The Home Economics Club is an organization for Home Economics majors which enables them to partici- pate in national organization activities of the American Home Economics Association. Besides bringing the stu- dents closer together, the club offers a chance for mem- bers to hear talks on recent developments in the Home Economics field. Sponsor of the group is Miss Georgia Bell. Current oflicers are as follows: Carolin Stripland, president, Temple Smartt, vice-president, Carolyn Hicks, secretary, and Anne Rankin, treasurer. W. R. H. . The Womenis Residence Hall Association is an organ- ization of all students who reside in the University Wom- en's dormitories. The organization is under the super- vision of a director in each dormitory and the Dean of Students. lts purposes are to promote the general welfare of the students within the University, to encourage higher scholastic standards, to create an atmosphere of respect for others and of pride in surroundings, and to provide harmonious group life. i I I I I 197 J flig. 4, I , , .- 1 W., rw f i MJ M-J x . T 3' , 5 i " Q . 5 1 i f . a Qsgf ...ww .fn ,Man ,.,f First row: Hans Bingham, Robert Hamby, Malcolm Keown. Second row: Mr. Winston Massey, Mr. Henry Ransom, Dr. Karel Hujer, Mr. Lawrence Fincher. SIG PI SIGM Sigma Pi Sigma, the national physics honorary, Was originally founded at Davidson College in 1901. Of the 108 chapters, the one at the University of Chattanooga Was the sixth to be chartered. This organization recog- nizes and awards distinction to promising physics stu- dents and encourages research and advanced study. Mem- bers must have a 3.5 average in three semesters of physics and a 2.5 over-all average. New members are initiated at the end of the semester. The faculty advisor is Mr. Lawrence Fincher. GAMM IGM EP ILO Gamma Sigma Epsilon, the University's honorary chemistry fraternity, has approximately twenty-five chap- ters throughout the United States. The requirement for membership is two years of chemistry with a B average. Each year Alpha lota chapter presents a chemistry hand- book to the outstanding student in freshman chemistry. The faculty sponsor is Dr. 1. W. Grote. The oiiicers are: president, Jim Holder, vice-president, James Germg secretary, Leota Lambg treasurer, Charlton Davis, sar- geant-at-arms, Phillip Veazeyg and social chairman, Angela Angiola. F irst row: Angela Angiola, Donald Lynskey, Bubba Labbous, Jim Batson, Myra Phillips. Second row: John Martin, James Germ, Mike Smith, Dr, Grote Dr. Ben Gross. SILC honorary ive chap- ment for average. ry hand- iemistry. 2 oilicers is Germg 1vis, sar- llalflllana lith, DT. l I 1 1 1 1 1. lt X l 1 4 I llt. BET BET BETA Tri Beta Was established in the s ring f 19 p D 0 28 and is one of the oldest honorary groups on the UC campus. The re- quirements for group membership are eleven hours of -biol ogy with at least a B average plus an over-all average of ci The club sponsors lectures on bi ing professors. Each September, the club sends delegates to the national convention of the American lnstitute of Bio- logical Sciences With which it is affiliated. To the outstand- ing student in Biology 151-152, the club awards a yearis subscription to the Scientijfc American. ological careers by visit- First row: Karen Stec, Marianne Johnson, Vicki Kelley M Pl E GI ERS' CLUB Through the use of films. club discussions and lectures, the Engineers' Club promotes interest in the, developments . i . in var ous engineering fields. A placement service to pro- vide permanent positions for graduate students and part- time jobs for undergraduate members is sponsored by the club. A major in physics, engineering. or a related area is h t e only requirement for membership., Each year, the club gives a S25 award to the most outstanding freshman envi- C O neering student and also to the top graduating senior. The faculty sponsor is Dr. Norbert C. Koch. , , yra iillips, Charlie Davis, lim Batson. Second row: Mr. G. - Vredevgil, Miss Eleanor McG1ll1ard, Dr. W. K. Butts, Dr. R. G. Litchford, Dr. J, R. Freeman, Johnny Kington, Connie Price, Ernie 1V6I'. W , .. ggi. lr E5 tl 51 1: -l l E l F' 5 w Wiley Coppinger Mel Parker Walter Clinton Dr Koch Mike Bailey Jack Armstrong, Ralph Mills, Howard Elson, Joe Sandlin, Gregg Mc rrs ro : , v , ' ' ' ' - ' B Ph' Cl k ' , R b rt H b , Al n Ziegler, Hans Bingham, Claude Denton, Charles Fryar, Lary Walker. Thi d row Robert Loomis Cliff Meyer Allen Bean, David Neal Dr Brink Hzfiiilgdon. Eourth row: Gerald Medlock, I. D, Humberd, Joe Hager Gus Bryan Lon T I , 1 7 rayer, 11 ar . Second row, Ronald Mitchell Garv Clouse 1 1 ' Bok D cr Bob Pohoro Scott Price Bob Bird Fifthirow: Charlie Smith, John Jookooh, Lhthor Mocihty, xv. c. Bofrhor, Hoi Eooror,'Bfod l IHC I' , OH CIIII, 1 7 ' Boyd, Richard Wilson, Rick Govan, RiCh111'd LY11SkCY- ' 1 -1- 'v F! ip-ul F, l 1 . l Qi il? ,. 1: i 1 i 1 E11 iii i 5 11 11 l if ii 3 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 U IVER ITY PLAYER mbershlp 1n the Un1vers1ty Players whlle no mlted to drama majors 1S based on part1c1pat1on 1 cenery deslgnlng and buildlng oostumlng and actmg 1 Un1vers1ty productlo-ns Directed by Mrs Dorothy Hac- kett Ward head of the Dramat1cs department the Players llh1S season presented The Devil s Disciple a melodrama by George Bernard S-haw and A Midsummer Nights Dream by Wllliam Shakespeare The current officers of the Players are as follows Schaack Van Deusen president Dan Paty v1ce-presi- dent Janlce Rothe secretary and Tom Holt treasurer . Me . . 1 ' r 11 . . ' . , ' 'n "But I'd rather have the china peacock." S . Q ' 'n 9 9 . ' 5 7 7 . , a 5 , U 5 a S , . "How happy you all lookg how happy to see me." THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE -, f X " . si a i r, r ,ig as P E fig' if 7 x fi fini ' t 1 f P 200 ti QQOK Ii actin -othy While lpalign 4: 'I I 110 N ' 1 g if Hag he Playeri Helgdrami 6' Night? 1 S lfflllowsgf V106-presi. lreasur Cf. 4 K warn" , : . X -GN .A ' A L X wx T 0. wus- . F .I X is S x 3 , X XX X' -' x.. X X www XM X Q "No, make it two moreg let it be written in eight and eight." xsuw XAQQ ew 'N r we New X "My love thou art, my love I think." Say, what abridgement have you or this evenzngw S "About the wind go swifter than the wind." 23 1 I A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM nz I A' 1 W k 1 E 1 Y SF'-gfff .ffl q 1 201 f , Quanta' UNDERCLASSES IUR As juniors, we began to probe the depths of our major fields. This concen- tration led us to a final test of what we had learned-comprehensive ex- aminations. Throughout the year, We learned that We knew very little, but we still felt we could solve the problems of the World. We worked, We con- tinued searching-perhaps for what survived, perhaps even for the truth- or at least, a truth. Class ofiicers: Charles Chase, vice-presidentg Sandra Prewitt, secretary, Mike Fussell, president. Not r is reef' Q' as-swf F N Cu R. Bonnie Justin Kitchens, treasurer Y SGW r 203 First Row: Delphine Ainsworth Chattanooga Susan Alford .................., ............ Ch attanooga Martha Lee Allen ............ .......... C leveland, Tenn. Sarah Allison .,..,........ ....... C hattanooga Second Row: Peggy Anderson .....,.,... ......,. F t. Oglethorpe, Ga. Truman Anderson ........... ........,... L ineville, Ala. Jack Armstrong ............ ........... - .,... A tlanta, Ga. Dian Barkow ........... ........ O ak Ridge, Tenn. Third Row: Nelson Bean ........... ........ C hattanooga Bernard Bell ........... Terry Blunt ........ Lonnie Bork ........... Fourth Row: Kenneth Bowlin ...... Dale Boyd ................ Charlotte Bridge ......... Donald Brooks ......... Fifth Row: Nancy Brower ........... Virginia Burrows ........ Billy Cain ................. Diana Campbell ........... Sixth Row: Shannon Capehart Joy Carscaddon .........,. Charles Chase ......... Albert Cheslak ...,..,. Seventh Row: Martha Christison .......... Anne Clarke ...........,......,. Elizabeth Clemmer Brenda Crosby .......,...... Eighth Row: Iris Crownover ........ Katherine Dalby ........ Edward Darr .........i.. Laban DeFriese ....i. Chattanooga Signal Mt., Tenn. Chattanooga Fulton, Ky. Atlanta, Ga. Chattanooga Chattanooga Lutherville, Md. Chattanooga Cartersville, Ga. Chicago, Ill. Ringgold, Ga. Chattanooga Chattanooga Newark, NJ. Chattanooga Columbus, Ga. Chattanooga Staunton, Va. Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga S. tg. .k '2,"....'? X X xnxx s 4 ' r X XX ,N X N Sox 'linger F we x X 49" QT? s 'CSi : fi '771 X5 awww fm 'Y xi' 1 QT XXXXXX'x'XX gf ' Qs- . X XSS . T. ,S . ,, . if as .,s..v...- 5 1 i we-ff' Sky ki 'sv vas! gl S X, N x KST' vs-4 N... X - av-3 N1 w ff' 'Q It xt V First Row: .lane DeLoach ........ Eleanor DeLong ...,. Jerry Dillard ........... Geraldine Dittmar Second Row: Thomas Dyer .... ...., Frieda Earls ......,...... Sharon Eickhoff ,,... William Eiselstein Third Row: David Eldridge ,..,... Howard Elson .......... Margaret Evans .,...,.,. Mary Lou Evans ....,. Fourth Row: Michael Fahey ....,.,.... . Michael Erassrand Susanne Freeman Carol Frey .......,. Fifth Row: Michael Fussell ..,.. Leon Gauvreau .........., Raymond Gladish Patsy Goddard ......, Sixth Row: Robert Goodherlet Wallace Gould ..,..., Myra Gravitt ....t... Henry Green .,..,.. , Serenth Row: Judith Green ...... Jack Gregory .,...... Llewellyn Gilliland Reynette Goodman Eighth Roux: 'William Guinn ...,... Joe Hager .,......... Tom Harris ...,.,..,....... Kathrine Hatfield ,, Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Rossville. Ga. Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Gary, Ind. Chattanooga Fayetteville, Tenn. Hermitage, Tenn. Chattanooga Tampa, Fla. Chattanooga Rossville, Ga. Avon, N.Y. Chattanooga W'hitwell, Tenn. Chattanooga Chattanooga Okolona. Miss. Chattanooga St. Clairsville, Ohio Rossville, Ga. Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga First Row: Terry Haupt .A....,.. Mick Hawkins ...,..... . Sally Higdon ...,.A............. ....... Clarence Hilliard . Second Row: Fred Hixson ........ Chattanooga , ............... Chattanooga .. Copperhill, Tenn. Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. Chickamauga, Ga. Dixie Holland ......... ................ C hattanooga Delton Holmes .............. Thomas Hubhuch Third Row: Buddy Huddleston Sandra Hull ................ Tommy Jackson ...... John Jamieson ....... Fourth Row: Barry Jenkins ...... Ozark, Ala. Chattanooga Chattanooga Canton, Ohio Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Benny Johnson ...... ........... H ixson, Tenn. Nancy Johnson ........ ....................... C hattanooga Ronald Johnson ............ ......,..,... C hickamauga, Ga. Fifth Row: Vicki Kelley ......... John Killeffer ..,...,..... Chattanooga Chattanooga Karol Killian ....,......... ......... S ignal Mt., Tenn. Don Kilpatrick ........ ............ A tlanta, Ca. Sixth Row: Cay Kimbrough ..........., .............. R ichland, Ga. John Kington .,..,....... ..........,. C hattanooga Ann Lackey ................. ............ Ch attanoog: Bubba Labbous .......,... Seventh Row: Mike Lawrence ..,,......,., Tlmithy Lee ............... Shirley Lindsey .,.. Mary Lively .......... Eighth Row: Pat Long .................. Vincent Lord .......... Chattanoog. Rising Fawn, Ga Rossville, Ga. Chattanooga Chattanooga Cleveland, Tenn. Chattanooga Deane Macormac ............. ........ P ittsburgh, Penn. Joseph Marland ............ .......... Lookout Mt., Tenn. First Row: Robert Rose .... William Ruffner . . John Sadler . . Marie Sample . . . Second Row: Carol Sanders Tom Schaefer . . . Paul Schaller . . . Don Shaver . Third Row: Rivers Shaw .... -... sf... . . . Rossville, Ga- . . . . . Chattanooga Harriman, TCIH1- . Chattanooga . . . . . Chattanooga .. . Menomonee Falls, Wis. Buffalo, N.Y. . . . . Jackson, Tenn. . . . Virginia Beach, Va. Kay Sneed ......... ...... C hattanooga Elizabeth Solomon .... Chattanooga Henry Sorrell ...... .... T alladega, Ala. Fourth Row: John Steel ........ Carolin Stripland Ed Sussdorff .... Cecil Teague . . . Fifth Row: Virginia Thach . . Robert Thompson Sue Thompson .... Nancy Tuley . . . Sixth Row: Lin Wall . .. Robert Waller . . Brenda Watkins .... Linda Whaley .... Seventh Row: . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . . Marietta, Ca. . . . Chattanooga . . . Gadsden, Ala. . . . . . . Nashville, Tenn. . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . . Huntsville, Ala. . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . . Hixson, Tenn. . . . Chattanooga Karen Whittle .... ....... E towah, Tenn. Andy Whitwell . . Fentress Wilson . Richard Wilson . Eighth Row: Betsy Wooten . . . Carolyn Zelinsky Virginia Beach, Va. . . . .... Annandale, Va. . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga Chattanooga First Row: Kenneth Adams .... Robert Adams . . . David Allen .... Pattie Anderson Second Row: Charles Atkins . . . Harriett Bandy .... Rick Barker . . . Janis Beard . . . Third Row: Jessica Becker . . . Patricia Bender ..... Pramodini Bhargave . Robert Bird ........ Fourth Row: Tom Blount ..... Barbara Bostain . . . Nancy Boston .. David Brammer . . . Fifth Row: Margie Breman . . . Rebecca Bridges . . . Tommy Bright .... Patricia Brock . . Sixth Row: Elizabeth Buice . . . Bill Cambron . . . Ann Camp. ......... Carol Ann Campbell ..... Seventh Row: Carol Anne Campbell Virgil Campbell .... .ludith Carson . . Martha Carter . . . Eighth Row: Walter Clinton . . . .loyce Clonts . . Ariel Colburn . . . Arthur Coltan . . . . . . Stevenson, Ala, . . . Elberton, Ca, . . . . Chattanooga Oak Ridge, Tenn, Chickamauga, Ga, . . . . . Chattanooga . Savannah, Tenn, Chattanooga . . . . Chattanooga . . Chattanooga India . . Chattanooga . . . . . Leroy, Ala. . . . Columbia, S.C. . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . Oak Ridge, Tenn. . . . . Chattanooga . . . . . . Chattanooga Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. . . . Chattanooga . . . . Chattanooga . . . Lookout Mtn., Tenn. . . . . . Rossville, Ga. . . . LaFayette, G21- Oak Ridge, Tenn- Chattanooga Chattanooga Harriman, Tenn- . . . . . . Clmamnooga . .. Lookout Mtn., Tenn' Chattan00ga 1. i. H ll. H. SH lI1. EH ga nga iia mga lla. LC. nga vga un. oga oga Ca, oga ,oga BHD- Ga. Ga. C1111- 1053 7083 erin' 1023 env- 1053 First Row: Juanell Conner .. Carolyn Coop . . . George Cooper . . . Raleigh Cooper . . Second Row: Thomas Cranwell . . . . . Mimi Creasy . . . Betty Crouse . . . James Crowe . . Third Row: Linda Crox ..... Mary Ann Cullaty Mary Davenport .. Deana Deakins . . Fourth Row: Amelia Dedmon . Sharilyn Deerman Lynda DeFoor . . Marcus Diprima . . Fifth Row: David Donaldson Diann Donner . . . Ann Dowling . . . Lawrence Duke . Sixth Row: Nelda Dunn . . . Pamela Dunn . . . Mary Dyer . . Lynn Edging . . . Seventh Row: John Edmondson Beverly Elliott . . Elizabeth Elliott Carol Ewton .... Eighth Row: Mary Fenix .. Max Finkle . . . Richard Fricks . Judy Fulton . . . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . Pikeville, Tenn. Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. . Oak Ridge, Tenn. . . . Chattanooga . . . . . . Chattanooga . Oak Ridge, Tenn . . . . . Chattanooga . . Hixson, Tenn . . Chattanooga . . Chattanooga . . Chattanooga . . Chattanooga . . Chattanooga . . . Manila, Ark. . . Chattanooga . . . Hixson, Tenn. . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Chattanooga . . . Maryville, Tenn. . . . . Chattanooga . . . Dayton, Tenn. . . . Chattanooga . . . . . . Chattanooga . . Cleveland, Tenn. . . Rising Fawn, Ga- . . . Cleveland, Tenn- x Q 1--1, ,X YT Liv 'w-N 'vw' f 'ts- PAX Q 1'5iTf?11 ff fi .5Sif't1 frg 'Q Y . ,, 1 Z' Exile I! 1 3. t,:- H. it a:'::1?.,9f7JSQ' r f? - ' ' 7i5"'f'jfQ, .3cf,Xff.Ekg,.,- gg' -4 . Zf'x'X'w",:.-,-6 ' - 9 Q l I 1 Y Q4 N l 'Z-' i i 1 1 C as 'W' . 5 -F' -1 , af 7 , A 'f ,fa E, i fl . 2 vs. 1 lip Ji Y? , .., . ,.. , -If 5 Q ,nf-sag j f V- . x f- t 5 i Q S tf' annlllf Mft t .4-if I Nha! y ,, fax ,,.,.,, nr- i. x X is ,gms '95 ,fx -rfiff e Lb Ns.-v . 47, wig: . t. 55 "" 1 1 f t ., 'I A NSA! a i ..,, f ,,gg.ff5:! V , N , N 5 51, J 1 f' 4? ii.-pw ss' f' 5 , wxvf. ,if f K i -S -'Fl xr ffiffg' ' ayggvys xx N-w3Uef21g'.,o ,M s X f1ip?wQ Fig' xl" R S X '53 First Row: Eleanor Gaither .. Thomas Gladney . . . Phillip Glazner . . . Don Glenn .. Second Row: Pamela Goodlet . . Dona Gray . . . Diane Grob . . . Stephen Hale . . . Third Row: Jeffrey Haltman . . . . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . Chattanooga . . Chattanooga . . . . . . . Chattanooga Signal Mtn., Tenn. . . . Linden, NJ, Julius Harding . . . . . . Chattanooga Karen Helms . . ..... Chattanooga Robert Herndon . . . .... Cleveland, Tenn. Fourth Row: Gary Herrick . . ..... Chattanooga Elizabeth Hill . . . . . . Copperhill, Tenn. James Holmes . . ..... Chattanooga Leslie Hubbard .. .. Montevallo, Ala. Fifth Row: Richard Hudson . Chattanooga Richard Hunnicutt . . Chattanooga Maureen Hunter . . . . Charlotte, N.C. Andrea Ingle .... . . Chattanooga Sixth Row: Patricia Jackson . .. Collinsville, Va. Jeri Jacob ...... ...... C hattanooga Sherri James .... . Oak Ridge, TCIIII- Martha Johnson . . . . . . Chattanooga Seventh Row: Harriet Jones . . . . . Chattanooga Neil Kaplowirz .. ...... Miami, Fla- Barbara Kintzing . . . . . . Lenoir City, Tellfl- David Kring . . . . . Harriman, TCIH1- Eighth Row: Henry Kunath . . . ......... Chattan00ga Rolph Landry .. Lookout Mtn., Tenn' Alice Lasater . . - - - Chattanooga Gail Lawrence . . . . LaFayette, Ga' First Row: Patricia Laws .. Carolyn Lee . . . Bob Leiderman . . Donald Liles . . . Second Row: Patricia Lloyd .... Jerry Locklear . . . Barbara Lorenz . . George Luther . . . Third Row : Richard Lynskey . . Pamela Martin . . . Polly Ann Martin . Ginger McAlister . Fourth Row: Gary McCleskey . . Hugh McCracken .... Raymond Miller .. Janet Milner .. Fifth Row: Rosemary Mindock Ronald Mitchell . . . Billy Moore .... Dennis Moses .... Sixth Row: Kenneth Murray . . Franklin Nathan . . Janet Nelson .. Nancy Odum .. Seventh Row: Lynda Orrell .. Harvey Ouzts . . John Pack . . . Lynn Panero . . . Eighth Row: Patricia Parkin . . . Charles Patterson . Belenda Peters . . Claire Phillips . . . . . . Chattanooga . . . Ooltewah, Tenn, . . . Chattanooga . . Anderson, S,C, . Signal Mtn., Tenn, . . . Hixson, Tenn, . . Cleveland, Tenn. . . . Decatur, Ga. . . . . . . Chattanooga Lemon Grove, Calif. . . . . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Jonesboro, Tenn. . . Chattanooga . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . . Chattanooga . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . Manchester, Ga. . . . . . Chattanooga . . . Bay Shore, N.Y. Long Meadow, Mass. . . . . Houston, TeXaS . . . Boynton, Ga. . . . . Chattanooga First Row: Gary Phillips . . Tom Pikciunas . . John Pennell .... Jimmie Pitts . . . Second Row: Charlotte Pope ...... Mary Alice Pospisil . . . Margaret Presley .... David Prince . . . Third Row: . . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . . Chattanooga . . . Dalton, Ga, . . . . Chattanooga . . . . Chattanooga . . . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga Susan Quinton ....... . ...... . . Chattanooga Gaile Rees ....... South Charleston, W, Va, Donald Reid .......... John Roberts Fourth Row: Conrad Robinson . . . Marcie Rodman .... Ronald Rogers . Gary Rollins . . . Fifth Row: Janice Rothe .... Ann Satterfield .... Glenn Schaller . . Warren Schmidt .... Sixth Row: Carol Ann Schmitt .... Jerry Schwichtenberg Linda Scoggins ...... Paul Sells ...... Seventh Row : Dorothy Shaddix . . . John Shalett .... Richard Shaw ........ James Shirley .... Eighth Row: Marsha Silver . . . David Simcox .... Richard Simms .. Carleen Simpson . . . .oo -oo. --fu- . . . . . . . Athens, Tenn. . , . Chattanooga . . . Danville, Ky. . . . . Chattanooga . . . . . Chattanooga Wilmington, Del. . . . . Chattanooga . . . . Chattanooga .. . Buffalo, N.Y. . . . . Chattanooga . . . . . . Chattanooga . Milwaukee, Wis. . . . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . . Graysville, GH- Washington, D.C. East Lansdowntl, Pa- Chattanooga . . . . . Chattano0ga . . . Rockwood, Tenn . . . . Chattanooga . . . . Chattanooga First Row: Kenneth Singley . . Judith Sketoe .... Temple Smartt . . Beverly Smith . . . Second Row: Charlie Smith . . . Diana Smith . . . Larry Smith . . . Leendert Smith . . . Third Row : Ray Soileau . . . Susan Spargo . . . Larry Stewart . . . Chuck Stieg . . . Fourth Row: Beatrice Tallman ....... Sharon Taylor . . . Jerry Thomas . . . George Thompson . . . Fifth Row: Nancy Thompson .... Tommye Thompson Ralph Thornbury . Michele Tipton . . . Sixth Row : David Turner . . . David Varnell . . . Charles Viar . . . Bonnie Walker .... Seventh Row: Michael Ward . . . Alva Webb . . Nancy Weeks . . . Charles Welch . . Eighth Row: Carolyn Wells .... Robbie Wharton .... Delmont Wilson . . Minna Ree Winer . . . . . . Hueytown, Ala. . . . . Chattanooga . . . . . . . Chattanooga . . . . Birchwood, Tenn, . . . Chattanooga . . . Cleveland, Tenn, . . . . . Chattanooga . Sequatchie, Tenn. . . . . Trussville, Ala. . . . . Copperhill, Tenn. . . . Cleveland, Tenn. . . . Chattanooga Spring Valley, N.Y. . . . Woodsville, N.H. . . . . Dalton, Ga. . . . . Chattanooga . . . . Chattanooga . . . . . . . Gainesville, Ga. . . . Chattanooga . . . . Chattanooga . . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . . Halls, Tenn. . . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . . Hixson, Tenn. . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . . Chattanooga . . . . Chattanooga . . Chattanooga . . . . Hixson, Tenn. . . . . Chattanooga First Row : William Wise . i Julia Wood .... i Ann Woodard .... i Frank Wright .... il Second Row: I James Wright . . . . . l ' William Yarborough George Young ........... Andrea Zava ..... il n 31 , 1, wil . li l My l, mls Nix N, ,WI , :lil N. Chattanooga Galax, Va. Signal Mtn., Tenn. . . . . . . Chattanooga . . . . Chattanooga . . Tylertown, Miss. Montgomery, Ala. Oak Ridge, Tenn. Third Row: J ay Senter ..... soPHo ones ,HI :Ill l W ll, 'x it 1 . J , . 1, W y ul 'I M vii H' I, lf I' I l. i , ' 1 I , 13' ll- ,xg I n ! I I 4 i I I in 9 i, , 3 : . . . . . Fulton, Miss. RAT WEEK Sponsored by the class of '67, Rat Week this fall proved to be a great success, for the freshmen as well as the upperclassrnen. The freshmen Wore the traditional Hrat capn beanies and abided by the rules set up for their obedience Week. Highlights of rat Week were the Rat Race, held during half-time at the football game, and Rat Court, headed by the Sophomore class, which sentenced all Nguiltyn rats. Susan Nye and Clark Werner received the trophies for the race. 216 .xx XX! .N J N., ' ,IRL .V 5, r '91 'R xxx New i X T Q 5' X ' - S if X -Q3 wi f Y .-3, N. i. , ff ,ff ,wr f 1.1 fgff. " .Mui I i ku i A , 'W x 'Q ,- iagfifw' ,X x-i3vfK4NTT lime A .,.,x.x ,Mm q.,L.44.,w My-f Q L S fs XSS? fl .I 1..- ' M N- 2 , 1 .H af i,gffW'Z,L ?f',f47f"gf -gy . 'Z 'Q V, M - ' ww, fwfauifv . F 1 1 E I A a ? N 1 1 Y 1 i r I i i 1 4 i E i A ,447 Jw-nw' ,.,- Class officers Anna Dalton secretary Joe Meadow vzce preszdent Rebecca Batchelor, treasurer, Gary Adkins, president. We were the new ones at the threshold only a few months ago. We were excited, impressionable. This I'irSl year was to be a part of a great change that would teach us, perhaps mold us-perhaps our personalities, OUT friendships, our lives. Perhaps even then we felt we'd learn to think. Perhaps we felt we would11'tg but we were the new ones at the threshold, and we were excited, impressionable. FRE SHMEN First Row: Carl Carver . . . Richard Cate .... Janie Lee Caves .... David Chamberlain . Second Row: Spencer Chapman . . . Ernest Clouse ....... Carol Anne Clowes . . . Janet Cofrancesco . . . Third Row: .loseph Cole .... Teresa Collison . . Lucy Cook ..... Margaret Cook . . . Fourth Row: Wiley Coppinger ..... Mary Frances Corbly Everette Correll ...... Suzan Cotellesse . . . Fifth Row: Cynthia Cox . . J ill Cremer .......... William R. Criminger Virginia Crow ...... Sixth Row: Wallace Crow . . Naman Crowe . . Michael Curry . . . Anna Dalton . . Seventh Row: Marie Daugherty . . John Davis ......... Teena DeMayo ....... Martha Ellen Dickert Eighth Row: John Dillon .... Robert Dintsch .. Karen Dorne . . . Doug Dromey . . . . . . . . Chattanooga . . Sweetwater, Tenn. . . . . . Rossville, Tenn. Lookout Mtn., Tenn. . . . . . Rossville, Ga. . . . Whiteside, Tenn. . . . . . . Chattanooga . . Rossville, Ga. . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . Rossville, Ga. . . . . . . Chattanooga . . . Montgomery, Ala. . . . Hixson, Tenn. . . . . . . . Chattanooga . . . . Signal Mtn., Tenn. . ........ Dalton, Ga. . . . . Dalton, Ga. . . . . . . Rossville, Ga. . . Campbellsville, Ky. . . . . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . Hixson, Tenn. . . . . Chattanooga . . . Westfield, N. .l. . . . Atlanta, Ga. AGN, Wx i'UQ X' - ' ,.,, . , fi? 2. 'xg ' QQ X X X Q X x x N t xv X. . S S X X A . 5 QZQAA L ,,,. ,Q- xv! N ff is .A ' li V ' W' ff N328 4' W NN X S 1... -S-2+ X t . .1 yi 5X Ng xx V -dl-6 J i Y .t ' x.,v Y t ,. F -1 .t xii Y XG' f A XX Rs w t st as .Xt Ss.-7' NIL., 'UK '15 , First Row: Sherwood Dudley ...... Joanna Faye Duggan .. Allen .lulian Dye .. Rebecca Edwards . . . Second Row: Thomas Edwards .... Lon Lester Eilders . Nathan Elsbree . Rick English . . . Third Row: Joseph Farrell . . . Robert Fazio . . . Keys Fillauer .... Samuel Finster .... Fourth Row: Gary Fleming . . . . . . . . . Abbeville, Ala. Connie Ford . . . . . . Harriet Fraim . . . Leon Fraley . . . Fifth Row: Janet French ............ Deborah Suzanne Fuller Daniel Gaeta ............ George George . . Sixth Row: Alan Glazner . .. Richard Govan . . . Mitzi Green ..... James Gregory . . . Seventh Row: Chrisi Gulas .... Marshall Gupton .... Sue Hackworth .... Harold Haggard .. Eighth Row: Sherry Hall .... Judy Hanks .... Pat Hawkins .. Susan Hayes .. ..- ...-. Lookout Mtn., Tenn. . . . . . Chattanooga . . . Elberton, Ga. . . Chattanooga . . Chattanooga . . . . . Chattanooga Signal Mtn., Tenn. . . . . Waltham, Mass. . . . . Breman, Ga. . . . . . Chattanooga . Cleveland, Tenn. . . Rossville, Ga. Signal Mtn., Tenn. . . . Dayton, Tenn. .. Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . . Rossville, Ga. . . . Chattanooga . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . . Chattanooga . . Sewanee, Tenn. . . . . Chattanooga . . . Dorsey, Miss. . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . Chattanooga . .. Baton Rouge, La. Oak Ridge, Tenn. . . Dayton, Tenn. Oak Ridge, Tenn. IUY41 X FRE SHMEN FRE SHMEN First Row: Pam Hemphill .... James Hennessey . . .... Oak Ridge, Tenn. . . ......... Wayne, Pa. Myron Herring ............ Deatsville, Ala. Jim Hibbler .... Second Row: James Hickman .. Peggy Sue Higgins Sheralyn Highers . Janice Hill ....... Third Row: Ann Hixson .... Ralph Hixson . . . John Hoii .... Jack Holley .... Fourth Row: William Holmes .... Flavia Howard . . . Robert Howser .... Carol Hudson . . . . . . . Lookout Mtn., Tenn. . . . . . Chattanooga Oak Ridge, Tenn. . . . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . . . Chattanooga . . . . Clinton, Tenn. . . . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . ..... Rossville, Ga. . . . . Charlotte, N.C. . . . . Hixson, Tenn. Fifth Row: Jesse Humberd . . . . . . Chattanooga Sheila Jackson . . . . . . Chattanooga Sylvia James .... . . . Chattanooga Edgar Jett .... . . . Chattanooga Sixth Row: Martha Johnson . . . .... Hixson, Tenn. Charles Jones .... ...... C hattanooga Kay Jones ...... . . . Memphis, Tenn. Star Kammer . . .... Chattanooga Seventh Row: Anita Kelley .... . . . Chattanooga Douglas Kelley . . . ..... Chattanooga Patrick Kelley .... .... M arietta, Ca. Ronald Kellogg .... . . . Chattanooga Eighth Row: Douglas Koman . . Roger Kuipers . . . Edward Lacey . . . Sherry Landrum . ..- .- Independence, Ohio Bonfield, Ill. . . . Avondale Estates, Ga. . . . . . . Chattanooga tw-ax 'RN ew "A"' Ox tx d""X Qx X 57 0"4-u Q? FRE SHMEN First Row: Carol Monroe . . . Donald Moore . . . Jami Moore . . . Linda Moore .... Second Row: Donald Morris . . Carolyn Nash . . . David Neal .... Sandy Norris . . . Third Row: David Norton . . . Sylvia Nunnally Susan Nye ....... Gordon O'Neill . . . Fourth Row: Catherine Paiiord Peter Palmer .... Merrill Parker . . Bobbi Payne .... Fifth Row: Donna Payne . . . William Pearce . Glenn Perry .... Richard Pickert Sixth Row: Albert Pitner . . . Hilda Posey . . . Janis Pospisil . . . Carolyn Poston . Seventh Row: Stephen Powell Carolyn Poynton Scott Price .... Jimmy Prince . . . Eighth Row: David Proctor .... Lionel Pye .... Sheridan Randolph . . . , , , Jeff Read .......... . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga Barrington, Ill. Graysville, Ga. . . . . Lookout Mtn., Tenn. Pomona, Calif. . . . Dalton, Ga. . . Chattanooga . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga Somerset, NJ. . . Chattanooga . Waycross, Ga. . . . . Chattanooga . . Chattanooga . . Chattanooga . . Chattanooga Chatham Twp, NJ. . . . . . Chattanooga . . Chattanooga . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . . Chattanooga . Graysville, Ga. Cleveland, Tenn. . . . Chattanooga . . . . . Rome, Ga. . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . . Dalton, Ga. Cleveland, Tenn. . . . Chattanooga ID' 41-Q,-I -Q- wx WVVX N as I I fin! if ws.. he 2 M ax, -f C, 'W fs 1 X ws..,. 'L X .gffv S.. 51 K ADB, , l 'Af f 5 viii First Row: RaYInond Renslow Cecilia Roberson James Roberson . William Rogers , Second Row: Billy Rowland . . . . . . Robert Roza ..... , Brenda Ruella . . . . . . . Chattanooga . . . . Chattanooga .. . Hixson, Tenn. . . . . Chattanooga Lookout Mtn., Tenn. Cleveland, Tenn. . . . . Hixson. Tenn. Ch9fYl Rutledge . . . .... Chattanooga Third Row: Chassan Saleh . . . . . Bivch, Jordan James Salter .... . . . Chattanooga JUdY Sample .... .... C hattanooga JCTFY Sanders . .. .... Chattanooga Fourth Row: Paul Scharff ...... .... C incinnati, Ohio Martha Schmidt . . . ...... Chattanooga Rick Scholze .... .... C hattanooga James Schwall . .. .... Chattanooga Fifth Row: Nancy Shelley . .. .... Chattanooga Brenda Sherrill .... .... C hattanooga lliene Simpson .... .... C hattanooga George Sivils .... .... C hattanooga Sixth Row: John Slaten . .... Chattanooga Joyce Sliger . .... Chattanooga Myra Sloan .... . . . Dalton, Ga. Helen Smith . . . .... Chattanooga Seventh Row: Joseph Smith .... Douglasville, Ca. Linda Snyder .. ..... Chattanooga Nancy Spears . .... Chattanooga Eddie Stansell .... Chattanooga Eighth Row: Mike Steakley . .. ...... Chattanooga Twylia Stewart .. .... Rossville, Ca. Ellen Still ..... .... C hattanooga Judith Stott .... Chattanooga FRE SHMEN vu? .,. FRE SHMEN First Row: Phyllis Strong . . . Sandra Suit ..... Barbara Tallant . . James Taylor .... Second Row: Mary Jayne Taylor Sandra Taylor ...... Rodney Thompson Ronald Tillman . . . Third Row: Kenneth Tipton . . . Mildred Totten . . . Harold Turner . . . Joseph Turner . . . Fourth Row: Janet Turner . . . ..... . . . Nashville, Tenn. . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . . Chattanooga . . . . . . Pikeville, Tenn. . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . . Moultrie, Ga. . . . Chattanooga . ..... Chattanooga . . . East Point, Ga. . . . Lakewood, Ohio . . . Chattanooga Donna Ulrickson ........ ..... C hattanooga Arthur Von Werssowetz ........ Chattanooga Ronald Wade ............ Fifth Row: Judy Waldrop ..... Rebecca Wallace .... Patricia Waller .... Thomas Ward . . . Sixth Row: Dale Watson . . . Bobbie Weber . . . Nancy Webster .... Joseph West ..... Seventh Row: Judy White .... Paul White . . J oy Whitten . . . Dennis Wilkes . . . Eighth Row: David Williams Janet Williams . . . Mary Willson .... John Wilson . . . Valley Head, Ala. . . . Chattanooga . . . Severn, Md. . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga Cleveland, Tenn. . . . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . . Dalton, Ga. . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . Chattanooga . . . Athens, Tenn, . . . Etowah, Tenn. 5 C U 1 1 l x if gg! ,i ' E. 'wi EQ, 'Y 2 it g WG l .fx -fl 5 i lf X li F irst Row: Robert Wilson . . John Windsor . Second Row: .loyce Wittenauer Roy Wood .... Third Row: Robert Wooten .... Alan Ziegler . .. F ourrh Row: Milton Ziegler . . 1 . . . . Atlanta, Ga Jacksonville, Fla. . . . . Chattanooga . . . . Chattanooga . . . . Chattanooga . .... Chattanooga Soddy, Tenn. FRE SHMEN - '-'f-1 'I ' 227 W FOREIGN T UDE T 5 A of WWW Ekkehart Kurth, Germanyg Roberto Rojas, Costa Rica. Ghassen Saleh, Jordan. L. to R.: Ekkehart Kurth, Germanyg Roberto Rojas, Costa Ricag Toshik Uchiyama, Japang Victor Wu, Hong Kongg Angela Angiola, Italyg Pramodini Bhargave, Indiag Sun Hwan Chu, Koreag Ratu Solanki, India. ' Y' 228 There 1 Unjversif on work at1CI1d Ch Italy: Rojas fff magy 311 wnversai Bleharllllf from Ira Husain l .M ...... .. . -..,4........,i ..,. . f.,,,, There are fifteen international students enrolled at the University of Chattanooga. Some of these students are on work scholarships from the Universityg the others attend classes as regular students. Angela Angiola from Italy, Marie Jean Zwicky from Switzerland, Roberto Rojas from Costa Rica, and Ekkehart Kurth from Ger- many are working in the language labs and teaching conversation classes. Not pictured are Javad Boloovchi, Mehamnad Hossein Maleki, and Mohammed Tabarrok from Iran, Pedro Paulete from Cuba, and Muhammad Hussein Samhan of Jordan. Angela Angiola, IIHIY , mon umm 3 75 .K xl Marie Jean Zwicky, Switzerland Amos Taj, West Pakistang Toshik Uchiyam0, Japan! Raw Solanki, India- - 'S'-1 ll 557212 NB. Cgb lilly iss.: i BURR? S In ,fi 229 V ....L..a.,-J-Al' ,HA 4 ,ek plz' KEE E LECT RE... The fourth annual Keese lecture was delivered by Dr. Aronld Joseph Toynbee, internation- I Mi ally known British historian, lecturer, author, and educator, who chose for his subject 'The ya 5 World We Are Headed Towardsf' Followin Dr To nbee'5 presentation which was sponsored by the program established by yi g ' Y 1 ll William S. Keese in honor of his father and mother in 1962, President LeRoy Martin conferred L! li upon the noted lecturer an honorary degree from the University of Chattanooga. 1 W 4 VV ll 'r irq I V 4 1 1 5 , X , 1 ii i 1 l ,ir ,qi ,I N 5-1 t ll ly' E l li wi li: W ll l Y l sg X y o y l Tl i I IE, il Mill, u 1 ll PM M ill M ill. lil 'ix Mi wi yi yt ly y 9 l ly R l 1 4' 1 I on W W mil I z ml! ':,, I l I sy r l lf! al 5 my wr .rfb UW ll, tllf lm 1' , it DR. ARNOLD TOYNBEE S i s T DE T CE TER DEDICATIO The University Student Center was this Winter officially named the Alexander Guerry Center, in memory of the seventh president of the University of Chattanooga, the late Dr. Alexander Guerry. Dr. Gilbert Govan, librarian emeritus and a close friend of Dr. Guerry, delivered the main address in uihich he stressed Dr. Guerry7s important role not only as an educator but as a primary innovator and mainstay during the critical years of 1929-1938. 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Barber Barker Barkor 204 Bames Barnes Hamel Bamet Batche Batson Battle, Beaird Bean, Bean, Beard, Bealy, Becker Beech, Bell, I Bell, E Bell, N BEIlrIe1 186, Bender Benefir Bevilal Bharga Billgha 101 Bird, B 210 ishop Biveng 174, Blevin, Blhum Blue, 1 Blum, Buhanr Bohiim Bllllds, 80111133 Hlinin, Rollner Bork, Bnstail B0SllQ' B0Ston RWM: B0wlin Bord, Hora, Emir, Brllnn Bfrnal Braves Emma Eff-we. Rlldnel Bridle Bridg 0 ,,ti"'Pe'e""""""""""""""""'-'e--e----4. , . ,J A Aekerson, Linda, 120 Adams, Bertram 1., 26, 126, 136, 148, 193 Adams, C. Kenneth, 210 Adams, Jo Ann, 26, 197 Adams, Kenneth G., 139 Mime, Robert, 122, 148, 210 8 Adamson, Scott, 126, 139 ' Adkins, Gary, 127, 141, 218, 219 Ainsworth, Delphine, 120, 204 Albright, Johanne, 189 Aldridge, Colin, 126, 139, 141, 165, 194 Alexander, Michael, 49 Alford, Nancy, 128, 184, 197, 219 Alford, Susan, 204 Allen, David, 210 Allen, Martha, 204 Allison, Arthur, 140 Allison, Elaine, 184, 196, 204 Anderson, Andy, 159 Anderson, Carole, 194, 219 Anderson, Pattie, 117, 210 Anderson, Peggy, 196 Anderson, Truman, 132, 148, 194 Angiola, Angela, 198, 228, 229 Armstrong, Avanelle, 124 Armstrong, Jack, 133, 137, 142, 144, 186, 199 Arnold, Carleen, 26, 79, 94, 129, 166, 189 Arp, Anna, 125 Ashley, Bill, 109, 132, 196 Atkins, Charles, 210 Atwater, Barbara, 179, 184, 219 Atwood, Shirley, 191 Ault, Nancy, 124 139, 142, - Bright, Tommy, 123 Britton, Martha. 184, 191, 219 Brock, Lynne, 191 Brock, Patricia, 210 Brock, Sondra, 121, 196, 219 Brooks, David, 130, 140, 191 Brooks, Donald, 204 Brooks, Howard, 136 Brooks, Virginia, 219 Brooks, William M., 219 I DEX - Crosby, Robert, 136, 142, 143 Crouse, Betty, 117,,139, 211 Crow, Virginia Allene, 190, 220 Crow, Wallace, 139, 220 Crowe, Jarnee, 140, 211 Crowe, Naman, 220 . Crownover, Joan, 184, 191, 204 Crox, Linda, 211 Cubine, Thomas, 141, 143 Cullaty, Mary,Ann, 186, 193, 197, 211 Austin, James, 141, 219 Ayers, Charles, 139, 148, 190, 219 Aytes, Rusty, 122 B Bachman, Martha Delores, 23, 26 115, 125 Baggenstoss, Martha, 26, 182 , 79, 109, Bailey, Catherine, 188 Bailey, Judie, 121, 179, 219 Bailey, Michael, 26, 127, 141, 187, 199, 219 Baird, Larry, 148 Baker, Larry, 190 Baker, Sandra, 191 Evans, Becky, 121, 176, 182, 205 Evans. Mary Lou, 113, 129, 176, 180, 205 Evatt, Robert P., 31 Ewton, Carol, 211 F Fahey, Mike, 132, 205 Fain, Larry A., 31, 191 Fanning, Robert K., 31, 87, 88, 127, 141, 142, 143, 180 Farmer, Allan, 141 Farmer, Bill, 132 Farr, Gcorge W., 32, 107, 139, 148, 163, 194 Farrell, Joseph Alan, 122, 221 Fazio, Robert, 196, 221 Feflixi Barbara J., 32, 80, 83, 128, 177, 189 Fenix, Mary, 128, 211 Fields, Anne, 188 Fillauer, Keys, 123, 221 Finkle, Max, 130, 211 Finlay, Ted, 132 Finster, Samuel, 221 Fischer. James R., 32, 130, 140 Flegal, James, 137 Fleming, Gary, 221 Floyd, William, 141 Ford, Connie, 117, 188, 221 Forrester, Ralph Ellis, 32, 189 Fort, Merrell, 121 Fortune, Mo, 123, 140 Fowler, Dale K., 32 Fowler, Wade, 159 Fraim, Harriet, 185, 221 Fraley, Leon, 123, 221 Frassrand, Michael, 205 Frazier, David, 138 Freeman, Susanne, 205 French, Janet, 128, 197, 221 Frey, Carol, 117, 205 Fricks, Richard, 180, 182, 211 Fritz, William, 131, 141, 143, 186 Frogel, Bernie, 118, 119 Fryar, Charles, 199 Fuller, Deborah Suzanne, 221 Fuller Ro 138 Baldwin, Robert, 126, 138 Bales, Nancy Jo, 26, 107, 117, 193 Ballard, Duke, 26 Bandy, Harriett, 121, 168, 210 Barber, Barbara, 26, 120, 182, 196 Barker, Rick, 148, 210 Barkow, Dian, 115, 125, 179, 183, 186, 189, 204 Barnes, Greg, 133 Barnes, Marshall, 123 Bamett, Bill, 194 Bamett, Larry L., 27, 132, 159 - Batchelor, Rebecca, 115, 128, Batson, James, 27, 198, 199 184, 218, 219 Battle, Richard, 141 Beaird, Michael, 132 Bean, Bean, Allen, 199 Nelson, 192, 204 Beard, Janis, 210 Beaty, William, 27 Becker, Jessica, 210 Beech, Donna, 219 Bell, Bob, 114, 118, 204 Bell, Sandra, 219 Bell, Warren, 131, 138 Thomas, 34, 127 Bender, M. Trudy, 27, 83, 115, 128, 174, 180, 186, 187 Bender, Pat, 129, 174, 180, 186, 188, 210 Benefield, Linda, 194, 195 Bevilaqua, David, 191 Bhargave, Pramodini, 197, 210, 228 Bingham, Hans G., 27, 28, 79, 82, 87, 88, 104, 108, 123, 174, 181, 187, 198, 199 Bigd, Robert, 114, 122, 143, 186, 187, 188, 10 Bishop, Bruce, 122 Bivens, W. Pat, 23, 27, 79, 82, 37, 33, 111, 174, 180, 181 Blevins, Gayle, 219 Blount, Tom, 148, 210 Blue, Daniel, 132, 148 Blunt, Terry, 126, 142, 143, 174, 186, Bohannon, Roland. 127, 141, 219 204 Brower, Nancy, 197 204 C 1 Brown, A , 124, 155 19 u ver, Gary, 122, 159 grown, DiiRas, 122 , 0, 219 C1YgEln?g?m' -Joel, 30, 80r 32t 87. 88, 108, rown, Dorothy E. 27 128 193 Cur , ' ' ' ' YY, M h 1, 220 Brown, Jan L,, 27, 108, 115, 117, 138, 174 lc ae Brown, Ronnie, 122, 188 Brown, Ted. 123, 139, 165, 188 , D grumlow, Sharon, 219 Wam, Terry, 219 3'yS""' Eaydean' 124' 144' 190, 191, 191 no 32111.31 Iii? 1313313342218 r s , , 21 ' I r Mi , , , 220 Builgiya ?::fr28 9 Daniels, Loren, 191 , lguice, Betsy, 177, 186, 210 Egg, 1gi1V'f'3Tdi1gg3,1f:?4 undschu, Karen, 219 ' One' , 1 gvrrorsbvirginia, 182, 204 152112, 1111? 194, 200 Ulf, I, 28 . 1 yv v Butcher? lsgmela, 141 gavis, Charlton, 30, 199 Butler, Beverly, 219 Davfs' 93135 159, 194 Byington, Michael, 126, 140 Davis. Johh, 165, 220 Davie Judith, 30 C Davis Linda, 117 Davis Rose Ann, 30, 185 Cable, Frank C., 130, 137 Davis, Stewart o., 23, 30, 88, 110, 122, 136, galdwell, John B., 28, 123, 148, 155, 194 137, 142, 187 ain, Bill,'123, 204 Davidson, Ida Belle, 49 gambron, Bill, 132, 210 geakins, Deana, 180, 211 ameron, Bob, 148 ear-ing, Bob, 122, 138 Camp, Ann, 210 Dedmon, Amelia, 128, 211 Camp, Harvey, 122 Deering, Raymond, 31, 126 Campbell, Carol, 117, 210 geerman, Sharilyn, 184, 211 Campbell, Carol, 210 0 F0013 Lynda, 191, 211 garnphell, Diana, 120, 137, 144, 197, 204 ge Iiriesle, 5-oben, 204 ampbell, Virgil B., 210 9 030 i HUC T-i 120, 174, 205 Campbell, William, 28, 126, 193 De Long, Eleanor, 115, 116, 174, 179, 180, Cannon, Howard Neil, 113, 130, 191 D 18111, 186L19g. 205 Capehart, Shannon, 204 C 1109, in 8, 129 Carnes, Wilma, 184. Del Vecchio, Susan, 117, 169 Carpenter, George, 28 go Mars: ?i3l'ha1'aid1115 Carscaddon, Joy, 204 C HFS, HYFHOH t 23 Carson, Judy, 177, 191, 210 De Mayo, Teena, 116. 185, 220 Carter, James, 127, 141 Demlfyi Rlohafdi 139 Carter, Martha, 191, 210 Demllsi Leo, 30 Cartwright, Martha, 28, 48, 79, 83, 110, 174, Doororrt Claude E-130, 199 180, 193 Carver, Carl, 139, 220 Catarino, Roger, 132 Cate, Richard, 122, 138, 220 Caves, Janie Lee, 220 Chamberlain, David, 127, 137, 169, 182, 220 Chapman, Richard Alan, 49 Chapman, Spencer, 141, 220 Chase, Charles, 123, 138, 143, 174, 183, 204 cheelrk, Al, 132, 204 Cheston, Jeanne, 117 Christison, Martha, 185, 186, 196, 204 Chu, Sun Hwan, 228 Clark, Philip, 132, 199 Clarke, Ann, 120, 177, 195, 197, 204 lemmer Bea 121 185 186 188 C i i r i , i Clemmer, Betsy, 91, 92, 93, 121, 188, Cleveland, Julia, 29 Cliett, Charles E., 29 Clinton, Walter, 199, 210 Clonts, Joyce, 117, 210 Close, Elizabeth, 124 Clouse, Ernest Gary, 131, 199, 220 Clower, Danny, 133 Clowes, Carol, 129, 220 Cofrancesco, Janet, 121, 177, 185, Cohen, Bonner, 131, 190 Colbum, Ariel, 129, 210 Cole, Joe, 127, 191, 192, 220 Coleman, Steve, 148, 155 Cgllison, John, 28, 182, 185 Collison, Teresa, 220 Coltan, Arthur, 210 Conner, Juanelli 210 Conway, Marsha, 116, 185 Cook, Beverly, 29, 124, 134. 193 Cook, Lucy, 123, 220 Cook, Margaret, 116, 190, 220 Coop, Carolyn, 189, 211 o er Geor e 126 211 220 204 Denton, Jim, 30, 148, 155, 188 De Rizzo, Ralph P., 30, 130, 181 Devore, Jon, 196 Dickert, Ellen, 124, 185, 197, 220 Dickson, Glenda K., 31, 197 Dickson, Roger, 122, 188 Dillard, Jerry, 122, 187, 205 Dillon, John, 137, 190, 191, 220 Dintsch, Robert, 220 Diprima, Marcus, 211 Dittmar, Geraldine, 185, 205 Dolan, Joseph P., 31, 122 Donaldson, David, 211 Donner, Diaun, 197, 211 Dorne, Karen, 144, 220 Dowling, Ann, 86, 128, 186, 211 Dromey, Douglas, 123, 138, 220 Druce, Diana, 129, 176 Dudley, Sherwood, 133, 221 Duff, Tom, 132 Dugan, Robert L,, 22, 31, 110, 126, 174, 190, 191, 192 Duggan, Joanna Faye, 221 Duke, Lawrence, 211 Duncan, Lester, 140 Dunn, Nelda, 117, 196, 211 Dunn, Pamela, 117, 211 Durand, Larry, 137 Dye, Allen, 123, 140, 221 Dye, James, 137, 143 Dyer, Mary, 193, 211 Dyer, Tom, 188, 205 Dzik, Joe, 183, 191, 192 191, 203, - v, Fulton, Judy, 128, 211 Fussell, Mike, 122, 188, 203, 205 G Gaeta, Daniel, 221 Gaither, Eleanor, 197, 212 Gallant, Roy, 191 Gamble, Ken, 140 Garner, Jerry, 114, 126, 139, 143, 186, 209 Gates, David, 140 Gauvreau, Leon, 138, 205 Gentry, Harriet E., 22, 33, 36, 83, 102, 109, 115, 117 George, George, 132, 140 Geraghly, Adele, 188 Geren, David, 123, 188 Germ, James, 198 Geyer, Jim, 139, 185 Geyer, Priscilla, 185 Gilbert, Thomas, 141 Giller, Anne, 195 , Gilliland, Llewellyn, 205 Giuliano, Mary, 191 Gladish, Raymond, 122, 205 Gladney, Thomas, 127, 179, 185, 188, 212 Glazner, Alan, 132, 141, 143, 184, 221 Glazner, Phil, 132, 139, 212 Glenn, Don, 132, 148, 187, 212 Glisson, Virginia, 120, 197 Goddard, Patsy, 205 Goldberg, Alva C., 33 Goodberlet, Robert, 143, 205 Goodlet, Pam, 177, 212 Goodman, Raynette, 196, 205 Goodson, Sam M., 33 Gothard, Terry, 191 Gould, Wallace, 185, 205 Govan, Rick, 122, 141, 182, 221 Grant, Charles, 138 Gravitt, Myra, 205 Gra Dona 115 121 193 211 Bohanon, Martha, 219 Bonds, Paul, 219 Bonicamp, Judith, 117, 177, 182, 188, 219 Bonin, Patricia, 27, 32, 79, 180, 189 Bonner, Sandra, 191, 219 Bork, Lonnie, 126, 185, 204 Bostain, Barbara, 121, 183, 193, 197, 210 Co IJ , 3 1 7 Cooper, Raleigh, 127, 185, 188 Coppinger, Jim, 139, 159 Coppinger, Wiley, 199, 220 Co,-bly, Mary Frances, 179, 220 Correll, Everette, 137, 220 Cotellesse, Suzane, 220 E Easter, Harold, 123, 185i 191 Easterly, Phyllis, 31, 123, 195 Ed in , Lynn, 128 193, 211 Earls, Friedai 205 8 8 ' Edmondson, John, 114, 133. 133, 211 Edwards, Rebecca, 115, 124, 221 Edwards, Thomas, 221 Eickhoti, Sharon, 117, 205 Eilders, Lon Lester, 141, 143, 221 Eisaman, Ron, 148, 155. 194 Eiselstein, Bill, 123, 205 Eiselstein, Fred, 127. 182 Eldridge, Dove, 126. 205 143, 148, Yr i 1 i i Gray, Donald R., 33 , Gray, Sandra J., 33, 189, 193 Green, Flavius L., 33 Green, Henry, 114, 118, 119, 141, 143, 183, 205 Green, Mitzi, 183, 221 Green, Ervin, Leroy, 1 Bostic, Ruth, 219 Boston, Nancy, 120 Bouton, Viola, 27 Bowlin, Kenneth, 210 Boyd, Joan, 121, 137, 139, 182 Boyd, Dale, 204 Brady, Ted, 123 Brammer, David, 132, 177, 188, 210 Brandfast, Danny, 122, 219 Braves, Pat, 116 Breman, Margie, 183, 210 Brewer, Sandra, 219 Bridge, Charlotte, 121, 186, 194, 204 Bridgers, Susan, 121, 219 Bridges, Rebecca, 210 Cothron, Betty L-i 49 Cotten, Patricia, 29 Coulter, Ellgener 39 Eldridge, James F-i 311 411 82' 87' 136, 141, 143, 163, 193 Elliott, Betsye, 86, 180. 211 Elliott, Beverly, 116, 211 Coulter, Neal, 189 143 Coventry, J01ll1i 30, 82, 126, 138, 142, r Elmore, Larry, 122, 148 174, 184 Eiebi-ee, Nathan, 140, 182, 221 Cowan, Carol, 116, 195 Cox, Cranwell, Thomas, Cynthia, 220 133, 211 Creasy, Himi, 130, 1907 211 Cremer, Jill, 121, 220 Criminger, William Russell, 220 Crosby, Brenda, 96. 97, 116, 144' 204 Howard, 141, 187, 199, 205 Elson, Emmert, JaCk -1-i 31, 127 English, Richard, 133, 221 , J 1, 122 EPPerson 05 27, 141, 142, 143, 193 Edwin, Joe. 163 237 aa, 126, Greene, Judy, 124, 194, 195, 205 Greenwalt, Jim, 127 Gregory, Earl Jackson, 148, 194, 205 Gregory,'Hamilton, 181 Gregory, Jack G., 34, 136, 141, 142, Gregory, James, 221 Grieve, William G., 34, 127, 187 Griffin, Nancy L., 34 Griffin, Ronald, 34 Griffith, Gerald, 127 Grillo, Joseph, 132. 141 Griscom, Frank, 127, 179, 184 143, 205 C1-ob, Diane, 115, 143, 179, 137, 195' 212 Grubbs, Martha Kay, 34, 108, 120, 175. 195, 197 Guinn, William, 141, 205 Gulas, Chrisi R., 121, 221 Gupton, Marshall, 141, 221 .4,..n,' , ., . .V .s .4.,.er-..e-,.,.., W L l l 1 t f-grsaf-'3 Jonesl Harriet, 129, 179, 212 M,,,,,,, John, 198 H Hackworth, Sue E., 121, 184, Hager, Joe, 199, 205 Haggard, Harold, 127, 188, 221 Hahn, Dee, 193 Haire, Ross M., 34, 123, 193 Hale, Stephen, 212 Hall, Fred M., 34, 193 Hall, Jerry, 140 Hall, Sherry, 221 Hallyburton, Samuel, 132, 190 Haltman, Jel'l', 118, 165, 212 Hamby, Robert E., 34, 187, 198, 199 Hamill, Linda, 128 Hankin, Mark, 188 Hanks, Judy, 193, 221 Hanks, Nancy S., 34 Hanson, Dennis, 193 Hardeman, James, 140 Harding, Dayle, 191, 212 190, 221 P Harris, Conrad J., 35 Harris, David, 159 Harris, Jerry, 148, 155, 194 Harris, Tom, 205 Harris, Kathleen B., 35, 80, 189, 193 Harris, Ray, 176, 196 Harvey, William Larry, 35, 127, 136, 142, 143, 193 Hatfield, Katherine, 184, 205 Haupt, Terry, 206 Hawkins, Mick, 206 Hawkins, Patricia, 125, 185, 197, 221 Hayes, Stanley F., 49 Hayes, Susan, 179, 221 Heard, John, 192 Heck, Bill, 178 Heifner, Brenda G., 35, 125 Helms, Karen, 121, 212 Hemphill, Pam, 222 Henley, Glenn, 148 Jenkin Jenkin Jennin s, Barry, 126, 136, 142, 143, 206 s, Tom, 132 gs, Thomas H., 50 Jett, Edgar, 133, 222 Johnson, Bennie, 206 Johnson, Jerry C., 37 Johnson, Malinda, 128, 186 Johnson, Marianne, 199 Johnson, Martha C., 197, 222 Johnson, Martha K., 98, 99, 116, 188, 193, 212 Johnson, Nancy, 129, 206 Johnson, Ronnie, 132, 139, 206 Johnson, William L., 37, 181, 182, 184 Johnson, William Larry, 141 Johnston, Hugh K., 37, 193 Jones, Arthur H., 22, 37, 82, 88, 106, 133, 136, 138, 142, 143, 174, 182, 184, 194 Lucas, Pat, 184, 191, 223 Lung, Bob, 141, 159, 194 Luther, George, 130, 140, 213 Luther, Larry W., 39 Lynskey, Donald F., 39, 122, 191, 193 Lynskey, Richard, 122, 185, 191, 213 M Mabee, Erskine P., 39 Macgaw, Doug, 139 Machacek, Ruth L., 39, 188 Macormac, Deane, 128, 186, 189, 206 Mahoney, Marleitta, 184, 193, 223 Manley, Doyle, 132, 148 Mansfield, Dick, 114, 143 Mansfield, Patrick, 126, 137 Marland, Joe, 126, 206 Marshall, Lynn G., 39 Jones, Byron, 188, 190 Jones, Charles, 127, 169, 190, 222 Jones, David G., 37, 127 Jones Frank, 122 Jones, James W., 50 Jones, Jones, Jones, Kay, 184, 222 Suzette, 121, 193 Thomas K., 38, 189 Marter, Larry, 132, 148 Martin, David J., 39, 184 Martin, Polly Ann, 115, 125, 177, 185, 189 Masin, Mason, Howard, 118, 119 Gary, 127, 191, 192, 223 J0rdin, Arthur, 139, 143 Journey, Craig, 140, 143 Kamm er, Star, 121, 196, 222 Kaplowitz, Neil, 212 Keasler, Dee Ann, 38, 117 Keith, Jequita, 117 Keller, Henry, 163 Kelley, Anita, 128, 222 Kelley, Douglas, 126, 222 Kelley, Pat, 132, 222 Hennessey, James J., 131, 141, 222 Herndon, Robert, 212 Herrick, Gary, 140, 212 Herring, Myron Leslie, 222 Hetzler, Anna Margaret, 22, 23, 35, 80, 83, 106, 128, 174, 178, 189 Hewett, Lloyd, 159 Kelley, vioki, 115, 129, 169, 174, 180, 199, 206 Kellogg, Ronald, 222 Kelly, Tommye Kay, 121, 194 Kemmler, Richard S., 38, 180 Kempf, Carl J., 38, 114, 130 Keown, Malcolm P., 38, 187, 198 Ketchersid, Jim, 185 Hudson, Carol L., 121, 179, 222 Heywood, Jennie, 116, 195 Hibbler, Jim, 123, 141, 222 Hickey, Kemp, 127, 196 Hickman, James, 139, 222 Hicks, Carolyn, 35, 197 Higdon, Sally, 186, 206 Higgins, Peggy, 184, 190, 222 Highers, Sheralyn, 191, 196, 222 Hilke, Mervin, 35, 140, 143 Hill, Elizabeth, 128, 197, 212 Hill, Janice, 222 Hill, Ronald G., 35, ao, 82, 121, 143, 193 Hilliard, Pat, 193, 206 Hines, Douglas, 122 Hixon, Fred, 114, 122, 140, 143, 206 Hixson, Ann, 179, 184, 188, 222 Hixson, Ralph, 222 Hodgdon, Frank, 199 Hoff, John, 137, 143, 222 Holder, James L., 35 Holder, Lorraine, 116 Holland, Dixie, 206 Holland, George L., 36 Holland, Sarah A., 36, 129, 193 Holley, Jack, 138, 190, 222 Holmes, Delton, 133, 139, 148, 136, 142, 194, 206 Holmes, Victor, 212 Holmes, William, 222 Hope, William T., 36, 133 Horton, Edwin, 49 Howard, Flavia, 190, 222 Howard, Hubert, 143, 190 Howser, Robert, 222 Hubbard, Leslie, 212 Hubbuch, Eugene, 122 Hubbuch, Mary Helen, 129 Hubbuch, Tom, 163, 206 , Huddleston, Howard, 126, 138, 174, 206 Hudson, Richard, 212 Huffaker, Joan B., 36, 125 Hughes, John B., 36, 176 Hulgan, Diane, 184 Hull, Sandy, 197, 206 Humberd, Jesse D., 199, 222 Hunnicutt, Richard, 127, 184, 188, 2 Hunt, C. Wilson, 120 Hunter, Maureen, 128, 185, 212 Hutson, Dick, 114, 123, 193 Hylen, Philip, 140 Hyler, Johnny, 138 Ingle, Andrea, 212 12 Killefier, Ada Beard, 80 Killeffer, John, 206 Killian, Karol, 121, 178, 192, 206 Kilpatrick, Don, 132, 148, 206 Kimbrough, Gay, 125, 206 King, Linda J., 38 Kington, Johnny, 199, 206 Kintzing, Barbara, 212 Kitchens, Bonnie Justin, 117, 130, 140, 186, 203 Klein, George, 184 Kline, Tom, 82, 114, 131, 138, 142, 143, 186 Knobler, Donald, 126, 139 Koeninger, Anthony S., 38, 122, 138, 143 Koman, Douglas, 127, 139, 143, 222 Kopkin, Stanley, 118, 119 Kovan, Steve, 148, 194 Kring, David, 131, 140, 212 Kuipers, Roger, 159, 222 Kunath, Henry, 126, 212 Kurth, Ekkehart, 228 L Labbous, Bubba, 126, 174, 198, 206 Lacey, Edward, 123, 222 Lackey, Ann, 116, 176, 182, 192, 206 Lamb, Leota, 124, 189 Lancaster, Howard E., 38, 191 Landrum, Sherry, 117, 222 Landry, Rudolph, 212 Langdale, Terry, 138 Lanza, Bob, 139 Lasater, Alice, 212 Lasiter, Linda, 128 Lawrence, Gail, 117, 186, 212 Lawrence, Mary Ruth, 124, 176, 223 Lawrence, Mike, 206 Laws, Patricia, 121, 213 Leake, Sanford E., 33, 38, 88, 127, 177 Lee, Carolyn, 213 Lee, Dick, 127, 223 Lee, Timothy D., 206 Liederman, Bob, 213 Lentz, Douglas, 223 Lerner, Tom, 138 Levi, Hildred, 223 Levi, Larry, 127, 138, 190, 191 Massey, Barry, 123, 223 Matthews, Thomas, 139 McAbee, Randall, 138 McAlister, Ginger, 124, 213 McBrayer, Gregory, 132, 138, 199 McBroom, Harris, 223 McCall, Peter, 188, 207 McCamish, Mickey L., 39, 122 McCleskey, Gary, 213 McClintock, Dixie, 184 McClure, Gail, 177, 184, 207 McClure, Nancy, 223 McClure, William J., 50 McCracken, Pat, 184, 191, 197 McCracken, Hugh, 132, 148, 213 McCullers, Andrew, 122, 138 McDade, Ellen, 191, 192, 207 McDaniel, Connie, 116, 207 McDaniel, Doug, 130, 143 McDonald, John M., 39 McGaughey, Nicky, 141 McGee, Russ, 188 McGinty, Luther, 207 McGregor, Lucy, 129, 176, 196, 223 McGuire, Tommy, 133, 148, 207 McHugh, Thomas, 130, 207 Mclntosh, Linda S., 40, 80, 174, 178, 180, Mclnturff, Mary Ann, 189 McKenzie, Marcia, 121, 223 McLaughlin, Phil, 148 McLeroy, Robert, 126, 223 McMahan, Sharon, 180, 189, 207 McMahon, William M., 50 McNally, Mary, 179, 223 McNeill, Richard, 140 McNichols, Charles D., 50 Meacham, Carol, 117, 194 Meacham, Jere, 132 Meadow, Joe, 127, 139, 218, 223 Meads, Larry, 133 Mease, Che Che, 129, 144, 184, 223 Medland, Thomas, 131, 141, 223 Medlock, Gerald, 139, 143, 199, 223 Meeks, Thomas D., 40, 132, 181 Meinbach, Ben, 183, 223 Mercer, Ronald, 40 Merritt, Johnny, 132, 140, 223 Merz, Gary, 139, 223 Y Messick, Margaret F., 50 Meyer, Cliliord A., 40, 183, 199 Miles, Ralph, 127, 131, 142, 143, 199 Millard, Sam, 193 Millenbaugh, Ayn, 223 Miller, Anne C., 207 Miller, Jeff, 140, 183, 223 Miller, Larry, 140 Miller, Linda, 196, 197 Miller, Raymond, 213 Milner, Jan, 128, 185, 188, 186, 213 Mindock, Rosemary, 129, 177, 213 Misner, Franklin, 223 L Mitchell, Carolyn, 180 Levy, Herbert, 188, 223 Lewis, Lewis, Lewis, Lewis, Liles, Joseph, 223 Roary, 124, 190, 223 Robert, 140, 143, 223 Tina, 185, 188 Donald, 213 Lindsay, Bill, 192 Mitchell, Ronald, 199, 213 Mock, Walter, 132, 141, 223 Monette, Bertha, 223 Monroe, CHIJOJ, 128, 177, 185, 224 Moore, Alvin, 188, 207 Moore, Billy, 133, 213 Moore, Donald, 224 Moore, Fontaine P., 40, 81, 189 Moore, Jami, 120, 224 Moore, Linda, 224 Morris, Donald, 224 Morris, Jack, 184, 194, 207 Morris, Jon, 140 Morris, Mike, 180 Moses, Dennis, 127, 138, 209, 213 Murray, Elizabeth J., 40, 81 Murray, Kenneth, 126, 177, 213 Irvine, Bettye J., 36 Irwin, Joe, 122 J Jackson, Eugene, 122 Jackson, John M., 130, 141 Jackson Patty, 117, 212 Jackson R. L., 139 Jackson Sheila, 124, 184, 190, 221 Jackson, Tom, 159, 206 Jacob, Jeri, 212 Jacobs, Melvin P., 37, 136, 142, 143, 187 James, Gay, 124, 188, 222 James, Sherri, 212 Jamieson, John, 206 Lindsey, Shirley, 206 Little, Nancy L., 38, 116 Little, Susan, 120, 223 Littleton, J0hn, 140 Lively, Mary Evelyn, 188, 206 Lloyd, Patricia, 121, 188, 196, 213 Lockhart, Harold, 139 Locklear, Jerry, 213 Lombardo, Tony, 126 Long, Patricia, 191, 206 Loomis, Robert, 141, 199, 223 Lord, Vince, 130, 168, 188, 194, 206 Lorenz, Barbara, 213 Lorenz, Kathreen, 39, 128 Lowe, Larry, 114, 133, 181 Lowrie, Michael, 39 Lowry, Andrew, 191 N Nail, Susan, 124, 207 Mardo, Andrew J., 41, 148 Nash, Carolyn, 124, 190, 191, 224 Nathan, Frank, 118, 119, 181, 213 Navel, William, 143 Neal, David, 137, 199, 224 Ne150l'l, Jan Ramsey, 213 Nelson, Larry E., 50 Nevins. Gail, 115, 120, 185, 186, 201 Newman, Jo, 184 Newton, David, 189, 207 Niles, Donna, 191 Nolan, Gabie, 207 1 Nolan, Madeline 196,207 Norris, Judi, 117 Norris, Sandra, 116, 177, 193, 224 Norton, David, 123, 224 Norton, Jacquelynn Lee, 41, 120 Nottage, Barry D., 41, 132, 186 Nunnally, Sylvia, 191, 224 Nye, Susan, 194, 197, 224 O O'Donnell, Edward, 132 Odum, Nancy, 179, 213 Oliver, Ernie, 199, 207 Olson, Joyce, 117, 186, 207 O'Neal, Pat, 129, 177, 207 O'Neal, Ted, 132 O'Neill, Gordon P., 131, 140, 188, 224 Orr, McKinley, 81 Orrell, Lynda, 124, 186, 213 Ouzts, Harvey, 139, 148, 213 Pack, Johnny, 137, 143, 193, 213 Pailord, Catherine, 124, 197, 224 Palmer, Peter, 126, 224 Palmertree, Carolyn, 207 Panero, Lynn, 213 Pardue, Amanda Jane, 41, 193 Park, Rose, 188 4 Parker, David, 126, 141, 143, 184 Parker, Jerry Hudson, 41, 139 Parker, Jerry Jane, 117, 197, 207 Parker, Mel, 138, 143, 184, 188, 199, 224 Parkin, Patricia, 125, 186, 213 Parks, Ann Elizabeth, 41, 120, 174, 188, 195 Parks, Dale, 141, 143 Patterson, Ben, 190, 213 Patterson, Gerald, 132 Payne, Bohhi, 188, 224 Payne, Carolyn, 116, 191 Payne, Charles W., 42 Payne, Donna, 191, 224 Payne, Gary E., 42, 123 Pearce, William, 132, 224 Pelfrey, Doris R., 42 Pennell, John, 123, 141, 188, 214 Perkinson, Fred, 123 Perry, Glenn, 224 Peters, Belenda, 116, 188, 213 Peters, Wayne, 127, 193, 207 Pfitzer, Jennie, 179 Phelps, Harry, 207 Phillips, Claire, 116, 186, 189, 213 Phillips, Dayton, 127 Phillips, Gary, 126, 214 Phillips, Myra D., 23, 37, 48, 117, 174, 198, 199 Pickert, Richard, 224 Pierce, Ronald A., 50 Pikciurlas, Tom, 132, 141, 188, 214 Pitner, Albert, 127, 140, 224 Pitts, Jimmie, 180, 184, 214 Pope, Charlotte, 214 Pope, Mary Will, 128 Posey, Hilda, 224 Pospisil, Alice, 185, 214 Pospisil, Janis, 185, 224 Poston, Carolyn, 224 Poston, Jane, 188 Potter, Carolyn, 196, 207 Potts, Vickey, 179 Powell, Stephen, 131, 224 Poynton, Carolyn, 128, 176, 224 Presley, Jesse, 42, 193 Presley, Margaret, 86, 180, 184, 214 Prewitt, Sandra, 129, 169, 203, 207 Price, Burney, 133, 224 Price, Connie, 124, 184, 195, 199, 207 Price, Martha, 117, 207 Prince, David, 214 Prince, Jimmy, 126, 224 Proctor, David, 224 Proctor, Jack W., 42, 155, 194 Pye, Lionel, 139, 224 Quillen, Jack, 122, 207 Quinn, Barbara J., 42, 116 Quinton, Susan, 121, 177, 194, 214 R Ragan, Roy, 207 Raines, Sandra C., 120, 207 Ramsay, David, 122 Randolph, Sheriden, 192, 224 Rankin, Ann, 197 Ransom, James, 192 Rawls, A. Carole, 22, 42, 45, 107, 117. 126. 136, 166 Ray, Robert, 132, 139 ' Read, Jeff, 224 Reed, William, 131 Rees, Gaile, 121, 185, 214 Reeves, Janet, 121, 188 Reid, Donald, 139, 214 Rennich, Marion, 128, 133, 186 Renslow, Raymond, 137, 224 Reynolds, William, 140 Richard, Christine, 116, 168 Richard, Tids A., 42, 110, 116 Richardson, Robert, 141 Ricketts, Linda A., 42, 121 Riddle, Nancy, 42 Risinger, Jim, 159 Ritchey, Michael, 127, 140 Roberson, Anne, 121 11056, Kola, gucks, Rud01l Kuella lluilne Rolled Hymer Sadlerf Salehi Salter, Salter, Salyeri Samplj Sal11Pl Sander Sander Sandlil Satlerli Saverd Scarbrl Schaefe Schalle Schalle Scharll Schmid Schmid Schmit Scholze Schroli Schwal Schwar Schwic, Scoggili Scott, l Sellers, Sells, 1 Senter, Shaddi: Shalett. Shauf, Shaver, Shaw, l Shaw, l Shaw, l Shelley Shelley Shephe Sherrill Shipp, Shirley Shirley Shirley Shull, , Sicko, Sileox, Silver, Simcox Roberson, Cecilia, 185, 225 Roberson, James, 126, 225 Simms, Richard, 214 Simpson, Iliene, 120, 184, 188, 225 Thompson, Roberts, Roberts, Roberts. Roberts, Elizabeth A., 43, 196 John, 214 Patsy, 120, 207 Suzanne, 129, 207 Robertson, B. Michael, 43, 193 Robinson, Conrad, 214 Robinson, James, 185 Simpson, Carleen, 214 Sims, Maxine T., 44, 120, 193 Singley, Kenneth, 126, 215 Sivils, George, 225 Skelly, Lawrence, 127, 140, 185 Skewe. Judy, 86, 189, 215 Slaten, Johnn 123 139 Rodman, Marcie, 129, 185, 209, 214 Rodriguez, Barbara R., 43 Rogers, Ronald, 131, 188, 214 Rogers, William, 225 Rojas, Roberto, 43, 189, 228 , Rollins, Gary, 214 . Romska, Jean, 117, 179, 191 Rookis, Henry, 107, 123, 181 Rose, Robert, 208 . Rothe, Janice, 121, 189, 192, 214 Rowland, Billy, 141, 225 Raza, Robert, 225 Rucks, Mary Jane, 43 Rudolph, Marvin, 43, 183, 189, 193 Ruella, Brenda, 225 ' Ruffner, William, 208 Rutledge, Cheryl, 225 Rymer, Leroy, 43, 133, 193 S . Sadler, John, 130, 190, 208 Saleh, Ghassan, 225, 228 Salter, James, 132, 163, 225 Salter, Kirk, 133, 163, 186, 194 Salyer, Joan, 120 Sample, Judy, 128, 225 Sample, Marie, 208 Sanders, Carol, 100, 166, 121, 208 I Yi , , 225 Slattery, William P., 44, 123 SHEET, Joyce, 225 510311, Myra, 225 Smartt, Temple, 115, 128, 184, 215 Smith, Beverly, 215 Smith, Bodkin, 122 Smith, Carol Hawkins, 44 Smith, Charles, 130, 141, 182, 186, 196 Smith. Diana, 86, 128, 174, 180, 197, 2 Smith, Donald B., 44 Smith, Helen, 225 Smith, Joseph, 225 Smith, Larry, 196, 215 Smith, Leendert, 131, 133, 215 Smith, Michael L., 45, 81, 198 Smith, Philli L. 44 Sneed, P i Kay, 124, 208 Snyder, Linda, 124, 225 Sanders, Jerry, 127, 139, 141, 225 Sandlin, Joe, 126, 184, 187, 199 Satterfield, Ann, 121, 176, 194, 195, 214 Saverd, Mickey, 133, 139 Scarbrough, Charles T., 43 Schaefer, Tom, 132, 148, 194, 208 Schaller, Glenn, 214 Schaller, Paul, 148, 208 Scharif, Paul, 118, 119, 140, 225 Schmidt, Schmidt, Schmitt, Scholze, Schroff, Martha, 115, 115, 179, 185, 188,225 Warren, 127, 138, 180, 185, 188, 214 Carol Ann, 129, 184, 214 Rick, 127, 141, 225 Udo, 114, 140, 174 Schwall, Jim, 184, 192, 225 Schwartz, Jeff, 118, 139, 143, 186 Schwichtenberg, Jerry, 148, 214 Scoggins, Linda, 86, 177, 184, 214 Scott, Dwayne M., 43 Sellers, Suzie, 188 Sells, Paul, 214 Sobel, Paul, 118 Soileau, Ray 123, 148, 215 Solanki, Ratu, 228, 229 Solomon, Elizabeth, 117, 208 Solomon, Joe, 132 Sorrell, Henry, 148, 163, 194, 208 Spargo, Susan, 215 Sparks, Sparky, 166, 194 Spears, Nancy, 225 Spencer, Carolyn Hankins, 81 Stansell, Eddie, 225 Stapp, Rollin H., 45 Steakley, Mike, 225 Stec, Karen D., 45, 199 Steele, James L., 45 Steele, John, 133, 208 Steiiner, John, 140, 143 Stephens, James, 127 Stewart, Larry, 130, 215 Stewart, Twylia, 225 Stieg, Charles, 122, 148, 163, 215 Still, Ellen, 115, 120, 190, 225 Stoia, Michael. 141 Stott, Judy, 188, 225 Stout, Dan, 82, 111, 133 Stowe, Glynn, 45, 122, 148, 155, 194 Strawn, Edwindeen, 45, 124 Stripland, Carolin, 186, 197, 208 Strong, Phyllis, 128, 226 Stults, Patricia W., 46, 129, 174, 196 Suit, Sandra, 128, 226 Sundstrom. Buddy, 159, 194 Sussdorff, Ed, 123, 149, 194, 208 Swanson, Betty, 128, 208 Senter, Jay, 132, 188, 216 Shaddix, Dorothy, 214 Shalett, John, 118, 137, 214 Shauf, David, 123 Shaver, Don, 132, 148, 194, 208 Shaw, Bill, 159 Shaw, Richard, 148, 214 Shaw, Rivers, 120, 174, 176, 195,208 Shelley, John, 181 Shelley, Nancy, 124, 197, 225 Shepherd, Kaye, 196 Sherrill, Brenda, 184, 225 Shipp, James, 140 Shirley, Fred, 187 Shirley, James, 140, 214 Shirley, Mike, 138 Shull, James, 137 Sicko, Dave, 159 Silcox, Cary, 123 Silver, Marsha, 183, 214 Simcox, Dave, 148, 214 T Taj, Amos, 229 Tallant, Barbara, 184, 226 Tallman, Beatrice Ann, 215 Tanara, James L., 46, 148, 155, 194 Tatue, Bemita, 196 Taylor, James, 131, 139, 188, 226 Taylor, Lynette, 124 Taylor, Mary Jayne, 121. 226 Taylor, Sandra, 184, 225 Taylor, Sharon, 193, 215 Teague, Cecil, 193, 208 Teevan, Ronald, 133 Templeton, Tara, 188 Terry, Mary Virtlilliiii 46. 81, 120. 180 Terry, Thach, Patricia P., 121 7 Virginia, 117, 208 Thomas, James, 131 09, 215 Thomas, Jerry, 215 Thompson, Alice A., 120, 182, 195 Thompson, George, 215 , Thompson, Nancy, 186, 215 , Thompson, Robert C., 130, 208 Thompson, Rodney, 226 Thompson. 5uSaH,,121, 174, 182, 186, 208 Tommye, 116, 186, 193, 215 Thombury, Ralph, 138, 215 Thrash, George, 163, 188 Tillman, Ronald, 191, 226 Tipton, Kenneth, 140,-226 Tipton, Michele, 215 Todd, Christopher, 122, 163 Tomich, George, 148 Totten, Mildred, 226 Tribble, Dan, 165 Tucker, Gary, 148 Tuley, Nancy, 125, 208 Turner, David, 215 Turner, Harold, 226 Turner, Janet, 120, 226 Turner, John E., 137 Tumer, Joseph L., 131, 139, 226 Turner, Sam C., 122, 139 Tyszkiewicz, John, 138 Webster, Nancy, 226 Weeks, Nancy, 117, 196, 215 Welch, Milton, 184, 215 Weller, Frank, 139 Wells, Carolyn, 128, 215 Wells, Lynda A., 44, 47, 128 Wells, Bob, 159 Werner, Clark, 138 West, Joseph, 226 West, Norman, 126, 141, 182 Wetmore, Gordon, 47, 179 Whaley, Linda, 117, 188, 208 Wharton, Robbie, 86, 180, 181, 189, 215 Whitaker, Judy, 188 Whitaker, Steve D., 47, 126, 188, 196 White, Barbara, 189 White, Judy, 226 White, Paul, 226 Whitten, Joy, 116, 226 Whittle, Karen, 208 Whitwell, Andy, 208 Wiley, Carolyn A., 47, 83, us, 125, 181, Wilkes, Dennis, 183, 226 Wilkey, Thomas, 122, 148, 163 Williams, Charlie N., 47, 193 Williams, David, 127, 139, 226 1 U Uchiyama, Toshiki, 228, 229 Ulrickson, Donna, 121, 190, 226 V Vach, Jim, 122 Valadez, Wayne, 188 Williams, Janet, 128, 184, 226 Williams, Jay, 190 Williams, Walter, 130 Willingham, Jean, 47, 196 Willson, Mary, 120, 226 Wilson, Barbara, 193 Wilson Carole A., 47, 166, 125, 191 Wilson Delmont, 141, 143, 179, 215 Wilson Fentress, 129, 193, 208 Wilson, John, 226 Wilson, Richard, 208 Wilson, Robert, 227 Vanbever, William, 46 Van Cleave, Tommy, 189 Van Deusen, George Schaack, 22, 40, 46, 109 177, 192 Van Es, James, 159 Varnell, David, 137, 143, 215 Varnell, William, 137, 143 Veazey, Charles, 81 Viar, Charles, 132, 139, 186, 215 Vittetoe, Martha, 188 Vogel, Stanley R., 46 Von Canon, George V., 46 Von Werssowetz, Arthur, 126, 185, 188, 226 W Waddey, Marianna, 46, 111, 117 . Wade, Jane, 121 Wade, Ronald, 148, 226 Waldrop, Judy, 117, 226 Walker, Bonnie, 184, 215 Walker, Claude, 127, 190, 191 Walker, Lary L., 46, 132, 140, 143, 199 Wall, Lin, 120, 208 Wallace, Mary Rebecca, 121, 190, 226 Waller, Faye, 117, 226 Waller, Robert, 114, 127, 208 Warbington, Harris, 132 Ward, Harriet A., 46 Ward, Joe, 148 Ward, Michael, 122, 137, 143, 135, 215 Ward, Thomas, 226 Warner, Linda, 197 Warren, Sheila, 184 Watkins, Brenda, 189. 203 Watson, Dale, 122, 226 Watts, John, 127, 188 Weathers, Mary N-i 47 Weaver, Patricia, 124, 184 Webb, Alva, 215 Weber, Bobbie, 185, 226 Weber, Mignonne C., 47 239 Wilson, Thomas, 139 Windsor, John, 131, 227 Winer, Minna Rec, 215 Wingate, Ronald, 131, 138 Winnie, Ben, 148 Wise, David, 118, 119, 141 Wise, William, 216 Wittenauer, Joyce, 188, 227 Womack, Larry, 192 Wood, Bruce W., 47, 185, 193 Wood, Julia, 129, 216 Wood, Linda, 86, 180, 184, 190 Wood, Marilyn G., 48, 81, 83, 111, 178 Wood, Roy, 182, 192, 227 Woodard, Anne, 129, 179, 184, 216 Wooten, Betsy, 129, 177, 189, 208 Wooten, Donald, 127, 138 Wooten, Eugene L., 48 Wooten, Robert, 127, 227 Wren, Bill, 123 Wright, Frank, 122, 141, 143, 163, 216 Wright, James, 126, 140, 216 Wright, Paul C., 48 Wu, Victor, 228 Y Yarborough. 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