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We live in private, allied worlds, forgetful of the image our bricked Our days are filled with the musty odors of books and libraries . . . our minds teem late into the night with thoughts too vital and alive to waste on that last minute theme . . . and the quieter moments bring the little, nameless interruptions that thwart our studies and per- meate our very beings. Q' I 0 f X . f , 1 H , fapgwys, ' " W Q ff 4 Q f W, m fr S, V, ' J 5 "J i s f J, MV -, . il ' ' L., 'V :v-n.. , .f M-:M F Q, V ,, M' x Y ,L rf Q , W ' M .a f - F' . X , ' M A 3 , K . R gr f A ,f . . '1 " X . f ' , Aff! . -1 K E 5 MWNQ Y 1 J Q Q. un. 1. fy 1 Q A ,f S . " 2 v"' 5, H' me .,-nh' -A A if A 4 1 'fi ,QF ,ff 5 , Y ' f I 1 5' ' K R 5 f' Y Lwigifgg' f J mmf A r 2 A ' f A 3, 5 1.1 I 'Yi ,ng 4' L ,, . .F . vf',1 . ei , , Y V Q4 " I. 4 fi F' 44.5 Think of all our lies and poses . . . and of the wild loud nights we spent escaping ourselves . . . in profusions of paper cups . . . 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V Q l!lllE!'f"i' '-r TABLE O'F CONTENTS Academics I Classes I H Honoraries III Greeks IV Beauty V Athletics VI Military VII Activities VIII MARGARET ANN COOLEY Editor I ANNE JORDAN MOORE Editor Q FRANK MURTAUGH Business Mgr. 445.-SGW is 5 fi 5 2 2 ,Q Mr? us- 'L wg 'fQ,f.,rg,., ,,,!,, i .,,,. . 'Y Amk. -K Q g s . .K 555, Y wi U 1 New J- wwf ui. 1:91 94535 QQ'-Q, C- we fqwoiclenf AND THE ADMINISTRATORS gje Ylniuemifgf of jennemiee ia aficencling fo Aeigkffn of unlarececlenfed greafnead . . . . . rising from its distinguished past and carrying on the aims of its founders- leadership and high quality in learning. In the memory of this year will be in- cluded the recognition of the services of the Administrators and the tireless efforts of President Andrew David Holt. Dr. Holt has brought to his office and to his students something a bit more tangible than the intelligence it requires to perform his duties. As we look about the Hill, we feel the place to be a little warmer and a little more inviting for the friendliness he bestows on those who call him "Andy." Left to Right, Standing: Vice-President Herman Spivey, Vice-President Harold Read, Dean Truman Pouncey, Dean Charles Lewis, Dean Ralph Duntord. Sitting: Vice-President Edward J. Boling, President Andrew D. Holt, Dean Margaret Cuninggim. 1.8 i X.. arf' Q 1 .-uP"""d if The Honorable FRANK G. CLEMENT Governor of Tennessee THE GOVERNOR AND THE BOARD OE TRUSTEES The State Capitol of Tennessee The University of Tennessee is the official State Uni- versity and Federal Land-Grant Institution of the State of Tennessee. The institution is owned and supported by the people of Tennessee, and it also receives some Federal support for certain programs sponsored coop- eratively by the State and Federal Governments. The University's mission-its over-all purpose-is to develop the human and material resources of the State of Tennessee through education and research. This mis- sion carries state-wide responsibilities beyond the scope of any other institution of higher education in Ten- nessee. 3 O BOARD OF TRUSTEES OFFICERS OF THE BOARD MEMBERS OF THE BOARD Governor Frank G. Clement Chairman Frank R. Ahlgren Charles D. Lockett Wassell Randolph Vice-Chairman Frank P. Bowyer William E. Miller Andrew D. Holt President Ben Douglass Wassell Randolph James J. Walker Treasurer Tom Elam Leonard Raulston James P. Hess Secretary Wayne Fisher Jerome G. Taylor E. Boyd Garrett Harry W. Laughlin Herbert S. Walters Clyde M. York AGRICULTURE DEAN WEBSTER PENDERGRASS The College of Agriculture includes its work in three main divisions: Resident Instruction in Agriculture, Agriculture EX- periment Station, and Agriculture Extension Service. This col- lege offers curricula leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Sci- ence in Agriculture and Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering. The College of Agriculture strives for the promotion of prac- tical agriculture based on fundamental and applied research, such as the development of new and improved varieties of farm and garden crops, improved methods for the control of crop insects and crop diseases, and the feeding and pasturing of live- stock. In the choice of subjects it endeavors to select those which are of special importance to the farmers of Tennessee. It is hoped that the farmers of Tennessee will look to the Work of the College of Agriculture more and more for assistance in solv- ing their problems. 37. g fr 'iW'N We ,M-X u ivp , VVPAA gg ll f to Bf lrfii' c Q ..l'E All ..,. Vr.11 ?' 55if tf3?2 ti Sl, rw ett 1 a uut , f it utu Q i 3 u f u, rte r i ,u I Vrlf YT lvllzel it 1,, , Vlzq ' I f riis u a 1 if ,,rr,, p ,,, ,,u:. g vc ,er,t. u g BUSINESS ADMINI TR TIO W- " ' 'f . -1, fx-1:::.1QIf.L.-V w"1--3-5'i'4f'i"T': Q f' far- 'ff' rx -.M " f""" "N' w .,,,,,,.,,,,. K ,.,.. ,,.. , .S J M 41',Q Ili ' r rr r n SS . --ww .. ...,--.:,,,,. gg .:,,,,. 3 Wigwh wm ,W M ,.,.,.f DEAN FRANK BIRD WARD To all students of the University of Tennessee who are plan- ning careers in accounting, advertising, banking, government economic service, insurance, journalism, radio and television, labor economics, real estate, industrial and personnel manage- ment, office administration, public utility administration, re- tailing, salesmanship, statistics, the teaching of business sub- jects, transportation, Wholesaling, and other lines of business, the College of Business Administration offers appropriate cur- ricula. The excellent quality of training received is reflected by busi- ness administration graduates who have assumed positions of responsibility and leadership in all types of business and civic life. This in itself explains why the University of Tennessee's College of Business Administration is a leader in the South, both in the programs provided for training in virtually all types of skilled work in the business world, and opportunity provided for outside training in these various fields. 33 EDUCATIO DEAN EDWARD CLIFTON MERRILL It has been the aim of the College of Education to provide undergraduate and graduate professional preparation for teach- ers, administrators, and other school personnelg to assist school systems and other agencies of Tennessee in programs of educa- tional improvementg and to promote and guide educational re- search. Numerous cooperative arrangements exist with state and local agencies and institutions who can provide materials and experiences of value in a program of teacher education. The College holds membership in the American Association of Col- leges for Teacher Educationg and its certification and degree programs are fully accredited by the National Council for Ac- creditation of Teacher Education, the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, and the Tennessee State De- partment of Education. The College of Education cooperates with other agencies in continuous efforts to improve educational programs of the State, engages in research activities on educational problems, and acts as a coordinating agency for University services to the public schools. 34 x ff 'TM ata A will i l r 11: Iiz FEM? T ff C lglul .Vi"1i, f 1'r 1 '44 "" "' , ,. 4. ' T' ,, ,,,mA,,,,t A , . , , . . ..M,,...,.-.n.,..,a Y 'ww-1--.--............Ma-.1. E GI EERING I Y F, . If if ,f X i YDQX df JK' if 'ff X ,f f X 3 ig! l - :Iii f"?'7fY' A E, A"A ' ",. l g l iv sji' 'A'A A ' ,ff-if f ,ff ,1" I Q--f' , X ,E ,-,. T IV, 5 .i " ' t- . ,,.....v.... ,. -,-- . ., ..:'.:.:. z .. . , 0 va, ,.i.,,: .Y .:.:..:,:, ., .1.l,:,, , lgllmgi , :: : ':'2'2 YQ, ' fx gg 1 v ' ' QQ., t f , ' WM- -W-w.M,,. ,..,, . 85" u ,,,1..,,: :. . ., , A , u ,, u DEAN ARMOUR TOWNSEND GRANGER The College of Engineering has endeavored to make avail- able to the student of the University of Tennessee various cur- ricula and educational facilities of high quality to prepare in- terested and qualified persons for careers of usefulness and service in the engineering profession and allied occupations. Graduates from the College of Engineering serve Tennessee, the South, the nation, and other countries. They participate in industrial production, transportation, communications, and many governmental services, they do design, construction, and operational and research Work. The cultural and disciplinary values of an engineering educa- tion give the graduate an excellent preparation for life, whether he finds his career in engineering or in some other field. The need for well-qualified engineering graduates is great, and they are in strong demand. Present indications are that this will al- ways be the case, in View of the increasing importance of en- gineering in the national economy. The opportunities for a ca- pable graduate in any field of engineering appear to be almost unlimited. 35 HOME ECONOMICS DEAN LURA M. ODLAND The scope of home economics includes both the science and art of better home living through the management of such available resources, as: food that is both satisfying and nutri- tionally adequate, clothing that is both artistic and economicalg houses, large or small, that are convenient, comfortable, and beautiful, individuals Who are well-adjusted, cooperative mem- bers of the family group, homes Where child-rearing and the achieving of happy family relationships are understood, and where concern is developed for sharing in the improvement of home life throughout the world and how such improvement can be brought about. The University of Tennessee's College of Home Economics is one of the outstanding colleges in the nation. This total home economics program includes not only resident teaching through the College, but also research through the Experiment Station, and Extension Service through the Home Demonstration and 4-H Club programs. 36 ws? Wg Bi - l ? ?'Y " "'. C.. 1 'N 'x . . I il i i if was '::"' t III' ff aaia u it W- .,,,, i2-2i1: ,,,,, 5 ll? i tr ait or iii "" Zlz ,. In H ""':f' my ' M 5 """"1,l .Y . aa- 1 1' AJ! LAW Dean Harold C. Warner 'PQVY7 fi ,fm V? ,Q Nr" '3'f?ff 559' i' if -'Ar f I f 'S ff' f fm . Q Y .,, 'dyif-W -.4-f ---'r""T""" - nlulllli i Ii Mil . I - 'iff 'fl " A ffvym 1 l im ll,,,,,, ' ff fffiiffifff? 5155- M, . i ' " ES-A 'i 'ti .4 is are ,th aa ,. J The College of Law provides for students a wide curriculum and a broad perspective. It supplies a more comprehensive un- derstanding and knowledge of law by a redesigned and im- proved program. Since 1900, when it became a charter member of the Associa- tion of American Law Schools, the College of Law has played a leading role in the formulation of the standards of that or- ganization, the highest of any accrediting agency. Membership in the Association is conditioned upon the meeting of prescribed standards with reference to faculty, curriculum, library, physi- cal plant, and the qualifications of entering students. 37 fi, a' ' AMF , . a"lhi.a..w. . ,i':12 1iK,..'.Q LIBERAL ARTS 5 P Dean Alvin Herborg Nielsen The arts and sciences encompass the entire range of man's knowledge, from the earliest records to the latest laboratory results. All that men have observed about themselves, about their societies, and about the physical world around them is of concern to one or another of the arts and sciences. All the ac- cumulated communication of knowledge, Whether by written word or mathematical symbol, by tone or line and color, is their collective study. The arts and sciences, therefore, deal with the bases of all the technical and professional fields. Some examples of this relationship are physics and geology as essentials for engineer- ing, botany and Zoology for agriculture, chemistry, zoology, and other sciences for medicine, history and political science for lawg economics for business. Courses in the professional schools are specialized developments of the various subject matter of the arts and sciences, and the communicating subjects of Eng- lish and mathematics are essential to all of them. 38 LO! , " .-.g.'.' 'Q 1: In 7 V pl! -V, Wilma LQ Mfg . 3335 imifl' ' X, Q Yuvu d aim, A ,I jimmy-viii 1-m"tiH JL,-:H " 'YiiiiT5i .. , ' ' W 'ff 'ff 2 " ,pv ,, . ' ' ' '- - ' . ,fi .- gr ., IE.. - "1 375' I isa? X wi Az- ' .K ul, ,gg lb.. fff iy Eil - S be Ak V- 1557: S- 7 , v iii! E 'Esf3f f wtawzv Fe :pn A, ,et . f. . 'eWWWwbf-fWWiQ, F T .,.,,,, v 4 .o A . ZW? . ' f ff -:gl 1- -ghuggt 'A EP, 'f-f"fi -"' J' ' m"ltWt" f . ,Av - I 1 X N. V . ! l. 5 l i b! ski-f-.'.,,,. GRADUATESCHUOL The Graduate School is the fastest-growing unit in the University of Tennessee with an en- rollment increase of approximately 500 students per year. This increase is caused by the realiza- tion that education beyond the bachelor's de- gree is not only a rewarding experience but is a necessity for many who wish to make an ap- propriate contribution to society. The offerings of the Graduate School are graphically increas- ing with programs offered in ninety-seven mas- ter's fields and thirty-five doctor's fields. Addi- tional areas are being added as rapidly as is consistent with demand and sound educational policy. Dean James Elisha Arnold 39 Dean Hilton A. Smith EXTENHON The University of Tennessee conducts gen- eral extension activities through the several colleges, schools, and departments of the insti- tution. Short courses and conferences, corres- pondence and class teaching, the broadcasting service, library extension service, and speech and drama contests fully demonstrate the feasi- bility and effectiveness of this type of educa- tional effort. page was . Qs MM- dw at . .,,. .,.,,. . ,, T'- ... nf U5 artr All lmlll H f S11 2 fall! ml Ill 4.' '.? ..- 'Ml Ill!! iii A525 " ' we 1: S Bs .,, 4385 3 'ill Ill' lla -n-.X 'lg X SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS BRUCE CONLEY Preszdent We Pat Patterson, Secretaryg Walter Bussart, Vice-Presidentg Andy Nash Treasurer. I THOMAS LEONARD ADKISSON, Waynesboro, 4bl'A, Engineering. DONALD GEORGE AHEARN, Binghamton, N.Y., Business Adminis- tration, S.A.M., Newman Club. POLLY LYNN ALLEN, Smithville, AFA, Education, Chaplain, His- torian, Scribe, AFA, AWS Orientation Leader, IIKfb Sweetheart, Tennessee Girl Staff, ORANGE and WHITE Staff. SHAREN JENEL ANDERSEN, La Grange, Ill., KA, Education, Editor of KA,Activities Editor, VOLUNTEER, SNEA President, U.T. Singers, Sophomore Aide, AWS Orientation Leader, Junior Glass Treasurer. II SANDRA MARGARET ANGLEA, Nashville, EK, Education, EK Junior and Senior Political Representative, SNEA, ZHPE Sweetheart. JAMES MICHAEL ARNOTT, Surgoinsville, KA, Engineering, AIIE. JIM S. ARRINGTON, Oak Ridge, Engineering, ACE Board, ASME Representative. LINDA D. ATKINS, Nashville, AXQ, Business Administration. III MARCIA MARIE AUSTIN, Springfield, KA, Home Economics, KA Vice-President, Pledge Mother, Sergeant-at-Arms, Carnicus Direc- tor, Majorette, Vol Beauty, Home Economics Club. SARA CAROLYN AUSTIN, Chattanooga, AAA, Business Administra- tion, AAA Pledge President, Phoenix Business Manager, Dorm Chaplain. DRURY GRAHAM BAGWELL, Knoxville, LDEK, Business Adminis- tration, U.T. Band, AFS Alumni Club President, Homecoming Advisory Board, Carnicus Ticket Committee Co-Chairman, Adawayhi. LINDA DELL BAILEY, Florence, Ala., AAU, Education, AAII Activi- ties Chairman, "Y" Freshman Council Secretary, Blue Triangle, ATS? Sweetheart, Homecoming Committee. IV JAMES WALLACE BAIRD, Millington, Engineering, ASME, l'I'l'B. WILLIAM DAVID BANKS, Dcwelltown, Liberal Arts. MARGARET E. BARFIELD, Jackson, Education. INGRID ELSE BARKER, Jackson, ISA, Liberal Arts, ISA Cor- responding Secretary, Recording Secretary, Dorm Secretary. V BETTY J. BARNES, LOUDON, Liberal Arts. NANCY LEA BARNES, Memphis, fbhl, Liberal Arts, Transfer, Emory University, 'DM President, AWS Standards Committee, Usher orps. TOM O. BARNETT, Knoxville, 1I'I'A, Engineering, HKN. PATRICIA ANN BAUMGARDNER, Alexandria, Va., Mill, Liberal Arts, AOII Herald, Treasurer, Army ROTC Sponsor, Miss Scabbard and Blade, Homecoming Queen Finalist, Aloha Oe Committee, Tennessee Girl Staff, VOLUNTEER Staff. VI ROBERT MOORE BEECH, Lewisburg, ATQ, Business Administration, IFC Vice-President, ATS! Pledge Master, Circle K Membership Chairman, Carnicus Finance Committee. JAMES ANTHONY BEGALLA, Nashville, Liberal Arts, AKIIO. LINDA SUE BETTIS, Jeiferson City, KPM, Home Economics, q,M Pledge Prelsident, Reporter, Secretary' AWS Legislative Board, AWS Orientation Leader Chairman, AWS Neyland Scholarship Chairman, Home Economics Club Vice-President, Homecoming Soiricngttee Co-Chairman, All-Sing Advisory Board, Honor Dorm, o oms. LEROY BROWN BIBLE, JR., Shreveport, La., KA, Business Adminis- tration, KA Treasurer, Pledge Class President, Scabbard and Blade: BAWI' President, AEII Secretary, Co-Commander Army ROTC, mlxlimlm' BFE, Distinguished Military Student. ' rl' I SARAH R. BIBLE, Morristown, AX!! Publicity Chairman, Treasurer, Panhellenic Senior Delegate, "Y" Cabinet, Usher Corps, Blue Trl- angle, Homecoming, All-Sing, Carnicus Committee, ORANGE and WHITE Staff, Military, Honoraries, Sorority Editor, VOLUNTEER. JULIA E. BLEVINS, Dayton, Business Administration, CATHY NORRISSEE BLOCKER, Cleveland, ISA, Ho-me Economics, Transfer, Lee College, Cleveland, Home Economics Club, BSU, Music Club. PATRICIA ANN BLURTON, Dyersburg, AAA, Education, Home- coming Publicity Co-Chairman, All-Sing Advisory Board, Junior Class Secretary, AAA Activities Chairman, Corresponding Secretary, Adawayhi, Usher Corps, "Y" Cabinet, SNEA, Carnicus Publicity Committee, P.A.C.E. Publicity Chairman, Mortar Board Senior Cita- tion, Whos Who., fblifb. II MINGA SU BOHLMANN, Concord, AFA, Liberal Arts, AWS Orien- tation Leader and Co-Chairman, AFS Alumni Club, APA Panhellenic Representative, Corresponding Secretary, Homecoming Committee, Greek Week Committee. DAVE G. BOLIN, Knoxville, ATU, Business Administration, AKT, Homecoming Committee, Political Science Club President, Student Investment Fund Executive Committee. WILLIAM A. BONDY, Riverside, Ontario, Canada, Business Admin- istration, Newman Club, ANA. JO ANN BOWEN, Memphis, IlBfb Pledge Supervisor, Usher Corps, Sophomore Aide, House Council, Homecoming, All-Sing, Alcoha Oe Committees, University Center Committee, ORANGE and WHITE Staff, AWS Committee, U.T. Freshman Scholarship. III WILLIAM WELLER BOYD, Memphis, Engineering, HHN, IEEE, vnu. THERON ARNELL BRACEY, Shelbyville, ll-Eli, Liberal Arts, Foot- ball Letterman, Track Letterman. PRISCILLA ECKEL BRANDAU, Knoxville, AOII, Education, A011 Social Chairman, Rush Chairman, Hc-rnecoming, All-Sing Commit- tees. ROBERT WILLIAM BRANDON, Knoxville, ZX, Engineering, -NIE, 'l'BIl, Circle K, American Nuclear Society. IV iIJOYCE ANNE BRANN, Jackson, ISA, Wesley Foundation, Honor orm. JAMES SHERMAN BREEDEN, Knoxville, Acacia, Business Admin- istration, Acacia Secretary, Social Chairman. GENE STRICKLIN, BREWER, Waynesboro, Business Administration, S.A.M. President and Vice-President. BARBARA L. BROWN, Nashville, Liberal Arts. V ROBERT HAROLD BROWN, JR., Memphis, Engineering, A.I.Ch.E., S.A.M.E., Scabbard and Blade. WILLIAM MICHAEL BROWN, Nashville, ZfbE, Engineering, 23fIvE Pledge Trainer, Junior, Senior Marshall, ASME, All-Sing, Home- coming Co-mmittees. EDWARD D. BRUMMETTE, Martin, QDEK, Engineering. DAVID WAYNE BRYAN, Etowah, Agriculture, Ag Club, Ag Econ oc Agrl-Business Club President. VI JIMMY CLAUDE BRYAN, Grand Junction, BAE, Agriculture, Ad- vanced AFROTC, SGA, Carnicus Committee. AL G. BURRIS, Oak Ridge, -PER, Liberal Arts. WALTER WOODS BUSSART, Lewisburg, ATS2, Business Administra- tioni. ATI? President, Secretary, Nahheeyayli Governing Board Presldent, Publicity Chairman, Senior Class Vice-President, IFC, Circle K, SGA. THEO C. CALDWELL, III, Alexandria, Va., Engineering, ASCE. 44 I MARGARET JANELLE CAMPBELL, Nashville, Eli, Liberal Arts, Dolphin Club, Eli Pledge President, Publicity Chairman, AFROTC Sponsor, Dorm Vice-President. ROBERT WALLACE CARNEY, Denver, Colo., EAN, Business Admin- istration, Alll Secretary, Editor of EAM. MARTHA LOUISE CARSON, Rockwood, AZ, Business Administra- tion, AZ Historian, Treasurer, Dorm President, AWS Judicial Board, Marketing and Retailing Club, Dolphin Club Treasurer, Alai. JAMES E. CARY, Erin, Business Administration, Band, Marketing and Retailing Club, S.A.M., Society of Industrial Management. II JOHN COLUMBUS CATE, Sweetwater, ATU, Liberal Arts, A'l'i'2 Worthy Sentinel, Social Chairman, Freshman, Varsity Golf, T Club, Homecoming Committee. JOHN ROBERT CATHEY, Jackson, Engineering, A.I.Ch.E., AXE. HOWARD EVANS CHAMBERS, Huntsville, AXA, Engineering, ACE Board, American Nuclear Society, Engineers Day Chairman, ASME, Advanced AFROTC, Advanced AFROTC Cadet Major. ANN CHANDLER, Memphis, KA, Liberal Arts: KA Rush Chairman, Secretary, Pledge President, Greek Week Co--Chairman, Carnicus Advisory Board, Dorm Chaplain, Sophomore Aide, Tyson House Senior Warden, SGA Senior Representative, Panhellenic Council, All-Sing Small Co-Chairman. III CHARLES LEE CHANDLER, JR., Kingsport, Engineering, Transfer, East Tennessee State, A.S.M.E. LARRY JOE CHESNEY, Knoxville, ATA, Engineering, Head Usher, Usher Corps. F. ELAINE CHESNUT, Owensboro, Ky., Education. NANCY LEE CHIARANTANO, Knoxville, -PM, Liberal Arts, +101 Recording Secretary, Freshman Class Secretary, Honor Dorm, ACE Day Finalist, Carnicus Advisory Board, IV STEPHEN H. CLONTS, Knoxville, dill, Business Administration. RONNIE W. COCHRAN, Union City, Efbli, Engineering, 24513 'Vice- President, ACE BOARD President, TBII Vice-President, OAK, fbli-Ii, American Society for Metals Vice-President, IFC Rush Chairman, Lockett Memorial Scholarship. 3HELEN NORRIS COFFEY, Columbus, XSZ, Liberal Arts, Transfer. ,ila1glolphivMacon Woman's College, Adawayhi, AWS Orientation 1 ea er, " ." jHERBERT KYLE COLLINS, JR., Morristown, fblllig Engineering, WEEK Vice-President. Sentinel, Student Forum Representative, ,Carnicus Committee, IPIIE, HHN. V JOSEPH ALVIN CONNELLY, Knoxville, flfl'A, Engineering, Fresh- man, Varsity Tennis Team, EKN Treasurer, Sabre Air Command President, Arnold Air Society, Newman Club Vice-President. MARGARET ANN COOLEY, Knoxville, Xfl, Liberal Arts, Home- coming Advisory Board, All-Sing Secretarial Board, Sorority Editor, 'VOLUNTEER, Co-Editor of 1964 VOLUNTEER, X!! Treasurer, Rush Chairman, Pledge Trainer, Aloha Oe, Carnicus Committees, Usher Cfmrlpsmiiilidi, Mortar Board Senior Citation, Campus Executives C u , fb. JOE BRUCE CORBAN, Orlinda, AVI' Secretary, IFC, Adawayhi, Marketing and Retailing Club. CATHRYN JEAN CORRAL, Tullahoma, Liberal Arts, Canterbury Club President, Secretary, EAII, Campus Executives Club, Dolphin Club, Honor Dorm Secretary. VI WILSON P. CORWIN, JR., Alcoa, Business Administration, S.A.M., Newman Club. MARVIN EUGENE CRABTREE, Kingston Springs, Engineering, Transfer, Middle Tennessee State, Track and Sabre Club, SGA, Circle K, ASCE. ROBERT WALTON CRABTREE, Knoxville, EK, Business Adminis- S.A.M., Finance Club, Marketing and Retailing Club Vice-President. tration: Transfer, Stetson University, Rifle Team, Water-Ski Club, ROBERT BRUCE CRAFT, Kingsport, Liberal Arts. 45 I CAROLYN CRAIG, Covington: AOII: Liberal Arts: A OH Philanthropic Chairman: Junior Panhellenic Representative: AWS Finance Com- mittee: Carnicus Committee: Women's Glee Club: Vol Chorus. CARL EDWARD CREASMAN, Athens: Engineering: Transfer, Auburn University: KPMA: BSEE: IEEE: BSU: Graduate Assistant. JUDITH ANNE CRESWELL, Milan: dill: Liberal Arts: Spanish Club: EAII. STEPHEN SAMUEL CRISTY, Oak Ridge: Liberal Arts: 'PIIEQ fiili-D. II FRANCES DIANNE CROW, Clarksville: XS2: Education: XQ Secre- tary, Panhel.enic Representative: AWS Legislative Board: Dorm greiatsurer: ABA President: AWS Orientation Leader: VOLUNTEER ta '. ELAINE CROWDER, Alexandria: ISA: Home Economics: BSU: AHEA Program Chairman: Usher Corps: AWS Orientation Chairman. JANET PETREE CRUMBLISS, St. Simons Island, Ga.: XS2: Education: AWS Orientation Leader: AWS Committee: Aloha Oe Committee: SNEA: VOLUNTEER Staff: "Y": Blue Triangle: Dorm Officer. GERALD HENRY CRUTCHER, Whitehaven: Eilflfl: Engineering: DDE Secretary, Publicity Chairman, Public Relations Chairman: Advanced Army ROTC: ASCE: SAME. III SANDRA S. CUDD, Harlan, Ky.: AP: Ho-me Economics: AI' Recording Secretary. DAN RONALD DALE, Postelle: Business Administration. HAL JEFFERSON DANIEL, III, Memphis: ZAE: Liberal Arts: ZAE Intramurals, Social Chairman. MARTHA LOUISE DANIEL, Charlotte: Home Economics: AHEA: Omicron Nu Vice-President. IV ROBERT GENE DANIEL, Knoxville: KA: Engineering: ,KA Social Chairman, Rush Chairman, Political Representative: Aditi: Circle K: Scabbard and Blade: Sophomore Class President: IEEE: SGA. JOHN SEAY DANIELS, JR., Chattanooga: fbPA: Business Adminis- tration: AEII Historian: Marketing and Retailing Club: S.A.M. Y. CHARLENE DAUGHERTY, Knoxville: AZ: Home Economics: AZ Standards Chairman, Social Chairman: Freshman Scholarship? Home Economics Club: Homecoming, All-Sing Publicity Committees. JOHN WAYNE DAVES, Fayetteville: ETE: Liberal Arts. V MICHAEL WALLACE DAVIS, Chattanooga: Engineering: ASME. SABRA SPENCE DAWES, Coral Gables, Fla.: EK: Home Economics: Eli Registrar, Historian: AWS Orientation Leader: AWS Records Committee: Wesley Council: Dorm Ofhcer: AHEA Council. KATHERINE L. DECKER, Knoxville: AOH: Home Economics: AOII President, Rush Chairman: AWS Treasurer: Mortar Board: Omicron Nu: Sophomore Class Secretary: Campus Executives Club: Adawayhi: Usher Corps: Homecoming, All-Sing Committees. CHARLES STANLEY DE LOZIIER, Maryville: Business Administra- ion. VI ANNE CARTER DEMPSTER, Knoxville: Xil: Liberal Arts: X9 Vice- President, President: Mortar Board Treasurer: AAA: G.E. College Bowl: llA4b: ANPA Phoenix Staff Tennessee Girl Art Editor: Art Editor, VOLUNTEER: Student Forum Executive Board: fbK1IJ. HOYT HARPER DENTON, Madisonville: fDI'A: Engineering: -PFA Z?Es1irer:dAIIE Vice-President: AUM Vice-President: Qli6li President: oar . SANDRA J. DENTON, Knoxville: KPM: Education: IDM Carnicus Director. STEPHAN THOMAS DENTON, Nashville: EN: Business Administra- tion: Student Forum: S.A.M.: Marketing and Retailing Club: Univer- sity Center Committee. I THOMAS EDWARD DIGGS, Oliver Springs: Engineering: ASCE. THOMAS R. DI GOVANNI, Newburgh, N.Y.: flfEli: Business Admin- istration: Transfer, Junior College: Student Body Treasurer: Out- standing Service Reco-gnition Award: Budget Committee Chairman: 4121i Pledge President, Treasurer: All-Sing Committee. CAROL DIXON, Trenton: IIB-lf: Liberal Arts: Illifl- Historian: Blue Triangle. CATHY ANN DODSON, Sunset Beach, Calif.: KA: Education: Trans- fer, University of California, Santa Barbara: Dorm President: "Y": Wesley Foundation: AWS Judicial Board. II GREGORY HORTON DODSON, Chattanooga: KE: Business Adminis- tration: Marketing Sz Retailing Club: Insurance Club. ELIZABETH THORNE DOOLEY, Jackson: EK: Liberal Arts: Transfer, Lambuth College: Concert Choir: Wesley Foundation: AWS: "Y" Deputatio-n Team: VOLUNTEER Staff: Spanish Club: Convocation Committee: Aloha Oe Committee: EAII: Eli Corre- spondent. LINDA ANN DOYLE, Dickson: Liberal Arts: G.E. College Bowl Alternate: D.A.R. Scholarship. DONNA DUKES, Knoxville: AAII: Liberal Arts: AWS Frosh Board: Homecoming and Carnicus Committees: Adawayhi: AAII Correspond- ing Secretary, Chaplain, Social Chairman, Carnicus Director: Army ROTC Sponsor: SGA Freshman Council: Aloha Oe Committee Chair- man: AWS Orientation Leader. III PENNY JOYE DUMAS, Lynchburg, Va.: AEA: Business Administra- tion: AEA: Marshal: Marketing and Retailing Clubs: All-Sing, Carnicus, Greek Week Committee: AWS Orientation Leader: AWS Publicity Committee: University Center Recreation, Personnel Com- tnittees: Dolphin Club. ARBARA JEAN DUNCAN, Bristol: EK: Home Economics: AWS rojects Committee: AWS Orientation Leader: AHEA Counc.l: Dmicron Nu Treasurer. AVID WOODARD DUNCAN, Nashville: Business Administration' M. ' EORGIA SARA DUNCAN, Kingsport: Mill: Business Administra- tion: Transfer, University of Georgia: Homecoming Committee: Marketing and Retailing Club: Usher Corps: VOLUNTEER Staff: AWS Orientation Leader: Mill Intramurals Representative, Cor- esponding Secretary. E lV ALICE DUNLAP, Union City: ZTA: Education: Transfer, South- zvestern at Memphis. EAMES KENNETH DYER, Knoxville: Engineering: Robert-Shaw fulton Scholarship: ASME. KIANCY LYNN EASLEY, Knoxville: ISA: Liberal Arts: ISA Activities 50-Chairman, New Member Advisor, All-Sing Director: Miss ISA: sher Corps. 'INDA EASON, Bells: Eli: Home Economics: AWS President, econd Vice-President: AWS Judicial Board: Eli Second Vice- .resident and Recording Secretary: AHEA Chapter and State Presi- lent: Campus Executives Club: BSU Council: Blue Triangle: Uni- Iersity Center Lecture Committee: Mortar Board Historian: AAA: Qmicron Nu: Carnicus Committee Co-Chairman: SGA Freshman .ouncilg UT Singers. V ROBERT COULTER ELDRIDGE, JR., Knoxville: SIIG: Business Administration: BAE House Manager: Carnicus Committee: ANA: Xdvanced AFROTC: Small Co-Chairman Homecoming. FRANKIE WADE ELLIS, Munfcrd: KA: Home Economics: KA As- istant Rush Chairman: Usher Corps: "Y" Cabinet: Wesley Founda- ion Vice-President: Sophomore Aide: Home Ec Club Council: Vlerrill-Palmer Award. VULIET ELLIS, Oak Ridge: X523 Liberal Arts: Spanish Club: Greek 7Veek Committee: Canterbury Club. IINDA JUNE ELLIS, Pine Bluff, Ark.: AVA: Home Economics: AWS ,egislative Board: .KVA House President, First Vice-President, Second Vice-President: All-Sing Committee: AWS Orientation Ihairman: AHEA: Omicron Nu President: flflifln VI ROBERT RICHARD EMERSON, Saulsbury: .l'l'iZ: Liberal Arts: Transfer, Union University. ELIZABETH JEANNE EVANS, Erwin: Education: flilG'I': SNEA: "Y": flodern Dance Club: Dorm Chaplain: Assistant Dorm Hostess. EERALD GRADY FAIRCHILD, Clinton: AFP: Agriculture. JAVID ROYAL FARROW, Jackson: Engineerng: ACME: HTZ: 'l'BlI: Io-Operative Engineering Scholarship Program. I PAULA HYDER FERREE, Cherokee, N,C., XKZ, Education, EAI, U. T. Singers, Opera Workshop, Campus Beautiful Committee, Dorm Oflicer, MENC, Symphony Scholarship, X52 Rush Chairman, Sym- phony Training Orchestra. ROBY CHARLES FIDDLER, Wildersvilleg Engineering, A.I.Ch.E. JAMES DELMER FISHER, Sharon, Engineering, HHN, IEEE. LOIS ANN FLANARY, Rcse Hill, Va., Business Administration, II l JAMES ROBERT FLOYD, Camden, llflli, Engineering, ASME. SUSAN KAY FOLLETT, Chattanooga, AZ, Business Administration, AWS Orientation Leader, U.T. Singers, Opera Workshop, AZ Panhellenic Representative, Philanthropic Chairman, Songleader. HARRY 0. FORD, Clinton, Ilowa, Eflflfl, Engineering, ASCE. LARRY HUGH FORMBY, Carrollton, Ga,, KE, Liberal Arts. III DAVID F. FOSTER, Knoxville, E'I'I'IQ Business Administration, Ad- vanced Army ROTC, U.T. Band, S.A.M. JERRY WARREN FOSTER, Johnson City, Farmhouse, Agriculture, Advanced ROTC, SGA, Plant Science Club President, Ag Club. LEWIS C. FOSTER, Knoxville, EAN, Business Administration, IFC, Golf Team, T Club, Pre-Legal Society, S.A.M. MARY JUDITH GAINES, Columbia, XKZ, Liberal Arts, Modern Dance Club, Dorm Chaplain, VOLUNTEER Staff. IV NOEL LYNN ANN GALLOWAY, Hammond, La., AAA, Business Administration, Dorm Secretary, KX. APRIL CAROLE GARDNER, LaFollette, AZ, Liberal Arts, AZ Cor responding Secretary, AWS Frosh Board, Legislative Board, Greek' Week Co-Chairman, Panhellenic Vice-President, Panhellenic Dorm Council President. CHARLES LEE GARDNER, Jackson, KA, Engineering. FRANCES GERMAN, Copperhill, ZTA, Home Economics, AW Sophomore Aide, ZTA Room Chairman, Standards Chairman, Ten nessee Girl Staff, Home Ec Council, AHEA, AWS Legislative Board germ Officer, ROTC Sponsor, All-Sing Committee, SGA Recruitmen ommittee. V JAMES HOUSTON GIBBS, Martin, Engineering, XE President ASCE, Campus Executives Club, TBII, Klflislf. WILLIAM CAMPBELL GIDDINGS, JR., Silver Spring, Md., KA Business Administration, KA Secretary, Treasurer, Vice-President Junior, Senior IFC Representative, University Center Committe Chairman, Student Fo-rum Executive Committee, Marketing ang Retailing Club, S.A.M. JAMES KELLY GIFFEN, Knoxville, KE, Business Administration: KE Vice-President, Treasurer, Guard, Rush Book Editor, Military Activities Editor, VOLUNTEER, Circle K Treasurer, University. Center Committee Chairman, Scarabbean, OAK. JOAN MARCIA GLASS, Kingsport, EK, Education, Eli Treasurer Adawayhi, AWS Legislative Board, Standards Committee Chairman Orientation Leader, Homecoming Committee, Dorm Chaplain, Presie dent, SNEA. VI EMILY D. GLOSTER, Knoxville, AEA, Business Administration. MICHAEL EDWARD GOZA, Maryville, KDAG, Engineering, -PHE Mlgster of Cermonies, +36 Alumni Secretary, Vice-President .. h. . WILLIAM KARL GRASFEDER, Union City, Engineering, ASCE SAME, "Y", Wesley Foundation. JOHN ROY GRAY, Obion, Engineering. 8 OBERT EUGENE GRAY, Memphis: EN: Liberal Arts: EN Recorder, ledge Trainer, Pledge President: Newman Club: Carnicus, All-Sing, omecoming Committees. I-IARLES LECLAIR GREENBLATT, JR., Knoxville: KZ: Liberal rs. LAINE MAE GREER, Clarksville: AXSZ: Education: Transfer, ustin Peay State College: Annual Staff: Governettes: Tri-Beta: NEA: AWS Orientation Leader. ONALD EDWARD GREEVER, Murfreesboro: Engineering: ASME. l UTH ALANE GRESKY, Oak Ridge: Liberal Arts: AWS Orientation eader: German Club Program Chairman: Blue Triangle. LLEN JANE GRIZ, Johnson City: Education. ARIE GROVE, Dover, N.J.: Education. ARROLL SIDNEY GWYN, Knoxville: ISA: Business Administra- on: Marketing and Retailing Club. lI AYDELL MARSHA HAABY, Knoxville: EK: Education: EK: Vice- resident: Junior Panhelenic President: SNEA Vice-President. ERMAN F. HAISCH, Memphis: Engineering, IJNYA ELIZABETH HALL, Madison: Liberal Arts: BSU: Freshman cecutive Councils: "YH: SNEA. DRRY VICTOR HAMBY, Athens: EX: Business Administration: .T. Band: EX All-Sing Director: Scabbard and Blade: S,A.M.: adium Hall Secretary, President. l ILLIAM HERSHEL HAMMOND, JR., Kingsport: AXA: Business iministration. iVIENNE KAYE HANNUM, Memphis: ZTA: Liberal Arts: AEA: ill: H242 La Cordura. -IARLES A. HARBIN, Morristown: Engineering. HLLIP R. HARDING, JR., Paris: Engineering: AXE. lMES CLETUS HARPER, Lupton City: EN: Aloha Oe Committee: EE. ILE CLARK HARRISON, Greenville: Business Administration: motball Team: Army ROTC: Distinguished Military Student. ON RIDOUT HASSALL, Nashville: Enginneering: ASCE Vice- 'esident, Publicity Chairman: XE Treasurer: Stadium Hall Presi- fnt, Treasurer: Westminster Fellowship Treasurer, ERRY HAYMORE, Covington: flilli: Education. I THLEEN ANN HAYNES, Gallatin: llli-lf: Liberal Arts. ROTHY CAROLYN HEAD, Clarksville: AXS2: Liberal Arts: AX!! ce-President, Warden, Panhellenic Representative: IIA-li: SNEA: Jmecoming, All-Sing Committees: Carnicus Committee Co-Chair- an: University Center Art Committee. QBERT EDWARD HEADLEE, Loudon: .ll'l': Education: Scabbard d Blade: Advanced ROTC: U.T. Band: Assistant Dorm Counselor: g Club: Tennessee Farmer Staff: .lI'I' Chaplain, Reporter. AUL DOUGLAS HEDGE, Waverly: fl-Eli: Business Administration: IA. I ROBERT WARD HEIRD, Friendsville, Farmhouse, Agriculture Block and Bridle Club. CAROL FOSTINE HENDERSON, Miami, Fla., AAA Business Adminis tration, AWS Orientation Leader, AWS Projects Committee. SUSIE LENORA HENDERSON, Kingsport, XQ, Liberal Arts. DOROTHY LOUISE HENDRICKS, Memphis, ISA, Liberal Arts BSU Council, AEA, Honor Dorm House Council. II STEPHEN SCOTT HENDRICKS, Atlanta, Ga., AXA, Engineering ASME, Track Team. HAROLD ROSS HENLEY, Newport, AXA, Business Administratior LLEWELLYN HENLEY, Memphis, Liberal Arts. JUDITH ANNE HENRY, Knolxville, AXEZ, Education, AF'ROTl Sponsor. , III MARTHA LUCILLE HERTSGAARD, Atlanta, Ga., AAA, Educatiog Transfer, Southwestern at Memphis, AAA Songleader, AWS Orient tion Leader, Dorm Ofiicer, Vol Chorus, U.T. Singers. SARAH PAULETTE HICKS, Knoxville, Business Administration. JERRY C. HILL, Maryville, Business Administration. SUSAN BRAGG HILLIS, McMinnville, AAl'I, Liberal Arts, AA Member-at-Large, University Center Committee, Homecomin Commlixttge Co-Chairman, Adawayhi, All-Sing Committee, Sophc more 1 e. IV MARILYN HINES, Madison, Education, ABA Corresponding Secrn tary, SNEA. GEORGE A. HINSLEY, Arlington, Engineering. SAMMY SUE HODGES, Knoxville, AEA, Business Administratio AEA Songleader, All-Sing Director, Freshman Council, Freshm Scholarship, All-Sing, Homecoming, Carnicus Committees, Offi Administration Club. ANN CALLAWAY HOFFMEYER, Harrison, AAII, Education, AVS? Frosh Board President, Sophomore Aide, SNEA Local and Sta President, AWS Legislative Board, Judical Board President, AA President, Who's Who. V PAUL BENNETT HOKE, Knoxville, Engineering, TITE, ASME. ERNEST CARDWELL HOLDREDGE, Charlotte, N.C., Engineerim, WMA Sinfonia, Treasurer, U.T. Band, ASME. JACQUELINE WISDOM HOLLAND, Jackson, Xfl, Liberal Ar Transfer, Randolph-Macon Woman's College, Freshman Class Repr sentative, College Council, Pines Committee, Annual Staff, B Council, Sophomore Class Officer, Even Day Committee, A Legislative Board Secretary, Dorm Secretary, University Centl Committee Co-Chairman, Class Editor, VOLUNTEER, flllifb, Kir Memorial Scholarship, XS! Socal and Civic Service Chairman . BETTY LOU HONEYCUTT, Morristown, AXQ, Home Economic- AXQ Scrapbook Editor, All-Sing Committee, AWS Committe AHEA, Neyland Scholarship Committee. VI JOHN RECTOR HOUSLEY, Riceville, AFP, Agriculture, SGA Vic President, Junior Class President, Nahheeyayli Board, AFP Vic President, AZ, Carnicus Advisory Board, Livestock Judging Tear' DairytJudging Team, Ag Club Vice-President, Circle K, Dairy Cl Secre ary. CHARLES A. HOUSTON, JR., Lewisburg, HKA, Liberal Arts. MARY LYNN HOWARD, Alexandria, Va., XS2, Liberal Arts . ANN KATHLEEN HUDGINS, Atlanta, Ga., AAA, Education, Hom coming Committee. I MARIANNE HUFFMAN, Manchester: Home Economics. FREDRICK N. HUMPHREYS, Alexandria, Va.: AXA: Liberal Arts: "Y" President: Aloha Oe Committee Chairman: Pre-Legal Associa- tion Vice-President: Circle K District Lt. Governor: Circle K Board of Directors: All-Sing Committee Chairman: Aloha Oe Co-Chairman: SGA: Business Board: Homecoming Committee. BARBARA ELIZABETH INGOLD, Hickory, N.C.: Business Adminis- tration: ORANGE and WHITE Staff. BETSY IRWIN, Chattanooga: Ill!-li: Education: Sophomore Aide: AWS Legislative Board: Blue Triangle President, Vice-President: Usher Corps: IIB-li Social Chairman, Pledge Mother: Panhellenic Council Secretary: Honor Dorm. II JOE NEAL IRWIN, Nashville: Business Administration: RE Treas- urer: S.A.M. NANCY H. IRWIN, Oak Ridge: Education. BARBARA GAIL JENKINS, Morristown: AXQ: Home Economics: Transfer, Carson-Newman College: Dorm Council: AXSZ Historian: All-Sing Committee: Home Ec Club: AWS Orientation Leader. LINDA C. JENNINGS, Jackson: ZTA: Business Administration: ORANGE and WHITE Layout, News, and Managing Editor: ZTA Librarian, Publicity Chairman, Rush Chairman: AWS Legislative Board: Collegiate Women Journalists Honorary President: Torch Religious Editor: Homecoming, All-Sing Committees: "Y" Freshman Council: BSU Publicity Chairman: AWS Sophomore Aide: Mortar Board Senior Citation: Who's Who. III 1 JOHN MATTHEWS JOHNS, Smyrna: AXA: Engineering: AXA Presi- dent: ASCE President: XE: Distinguished Military Student, AFROTC: IFC Judicial Board. AMY ANNE JOHNSON, Chattanooga: Education: Transfer, Middle Tennessee State: Usher Corps: Dorm Secretary. E. JANE JOHNSON, Soddy: lil!-lv: Liberal Arts: Vol Chorus: SGA Representative, Secretary of State: Freshman Advisory Board: Sophomore Aide: AWS Records Committee: Debate Team: TKA Secretary, Southeastern Region: All-Sing Intermediate Group Co- Chairman: Carnicus Co-Chairman: IIBLD Second Vice-President. VIRGINIA A, JOHNSON, Church Hill: AOH: Home Economics: AOII Fraternity Education Chairman: Homecoming, All-Sing Committee Co-Chairman: AHEA: Usher Corps. IV PATRICIA JOHNSON, Atlanta, Ga.: Education. ARTHUR FLETCHER JOLLY, III. Chattanooga: Engineering: American Society for Metals: SAME: Tennessee Archaeological Society: Advanced Army ROTC. WILLIAM EDWARD JONES, Memphis: AXA: Business Administra- tion. DORIS FRANCES JONES, Troy: Education: SNEA. V MARGARET E. JONES, Paris: Home Economics. RONALD W. JONES, Gallatin: Business Administration. SANDRA LOUDELIA JONES, Tullahoma: Business Administration: Transfer, Peabody College: Peabody "Post" Staff: Student Council: Peabody Players Vice-President: ORANGE and WHITE Staff: Journalism Club: Collegiate Women Journalists Honorary: AWS Judicial Board: Dorm Treasurer. VANNY NELSON JONES, Kingsport: Engineering: ASME: BSU. VI ANDA LEE JORDAN, Unicoi: Home Economics: AHEA: Sopho- ore Aide: Honor Dorm House Council: Omicron Nu Secretary. EORGE WARREN KAHRS, Charleston, S.C.: Business Administra- ion: ANA. SALLY LYNN KAMP, Lancaster, Penn.: AF: Liberal Arts: AI' tandards Board: All-Sing Finance Committee. . BOB KASSEM, Kingsport: BAE: Liberal Arts. I MICHAEL STUART KAVANAGH, Knoxville: KE: Engineering. PATRICIA JOAN KEALLY, Knoxville: AV: Liberal Arts: Al' Presi- dent: Mortar Board: Homecoming Court: Outstanding Sopho-more: Schlumberger Scholarship: U.T. Scholarship Committee Chairman: University Center Publicity Committee. GLENDA MAI KEMP, Memphis: Education: U.T. Band: SNEA. SALLY KERLEY, Humboldt: XS2: Education: X52 Social and Civic Service Chairman: Homecoming Committee: VOLUNTEER Staff: AWS Orientation Leader: Do-rm Vice-President: Aloha Oe Com- mittee. II ROY GEORGE KERR, Friendsville: Zdvli: Engineering: 21-PE Presi- fent, Vice-President, Marshal: AIIM President, Corresponding Secretary: Advanced Army ROTC: Scabbard and Blade: SAME: AIIE: ACE Board: IFC: Carnicus Co-Chair.nan: Election Commis- sion Chairman. STEVE KILPATRIK, Newport: AXA: Liberal Arts. WILLIAM L. KILPATRICK, Turtletown: Engineering. REV V. KIMBRO, Dickson: Farmhouse: Agriculture: Ag Council: Ag Egon and Agri-Business Club: AZ. III JOHN THOMAS KING, Knoxville: 1I'A9: Education: Freshman and Varsity Tennis Team: Tennis Captain. SARAH OLIVE KIRK, Etowah: lllilb: Education. M. DIANE KNIES, Winchester: Business Administration. RONALD Y. L. KOO, Kowloon, Hong Kong: Engineering. IV EDITH ANN KRAFT, Oil City, Pa.: Business Administration. CATHERINE ELEANOR KRUG, Louisville: Liberal Arts: AAA. DONALD ALBERT KYLE, Springfield, Penn.: Farmhouse: Agricul- ture: Farmhouse Vice-President: Adawayhi: Circle K: Ag Roundup Manager: Homecoming Small Group Co-Chairman: A.F.E.A. Vice- President: Tennessee Farmer Managing Editor: Ag Club. DONALD WAYNE LANE, Kingsport: Engineering: AXE Treasurer: 'l'BII. V THOMAS S. LEEK, Hendersonville: KZ: Business Administration: KZ President, Assistant Treasurer: Scarabbean: OAK: Sophomore Class Vice-President: Jr. and Sr. IFC Representative: IFC Treasurer: Greek Week Co-Chairman: Head Cheerleader: Adawayhi. CAROLYN SUE LESTER, Jamestown: AFA: Business Administration: A PA First Vice-President, Editor, Altruistic Chairman: ORANGE and WHITE Copy Editor, News Editor: Collegiate Women Journalists Honorary Treasurer: AWS Orientation Leader. CLIFTON REGINALD LEWIS, Tullahoma: ZX: Businfss Adminis- tration: EX Social Chairman: Homecoming Committee: Advanced ROTC: Scabbard and Blade. ELLIOTT A. LEWIS, Nashville: Liberal Arts. VI ALAN ERIC LINDEN, Brooklyn, N.Y.: KA: Liberal Arts: IFC Repre- sentative: Carnicus Stage Committee: Advanced AFROTC: Home- coming Committee. LINDA JO LINK, Waverly: XS2: Education: X52 Activities Chairman: Freshman Council Representative: AWS Orientation Leader: Activi- ties Co-Editor VOLUNTEER: Homecoming Committee: Dorm Officer: Blue Triangle: SNEA: Aloha Oe Committee. JO DIANE LIPPARD, Cleveland: KA: Liberal Arts: Transfer, Emory and Henry: WSGA: SGA: Student Handbook Co-Editor: May Day Attendant: KA Social Service and Chapter Education Chairman. REBECCA LUCILLE LITZ, Morristown: ISA: Home Economics: Adawayhi: AHEA: Homecoming Committee: Orientation Leader: Friendship Committee: BSU Council. I PATRICIA ANN LIVESAY, Thorn Hill, Education. ELIZABETH ANN LONG, Morristown, Education. FRANCES C. LORINO, Morristown, llB4if, Education, Assistant Efreaiireg, Treasurer, Hllfb, AWS Committee, SNEA, AWS Orienta- ion ea er. VIRGINIA VENABLE LOWE, Knoxville, llBfb, Home Economics, AWS Frosh Board Vice-President, Legislative Board Secretary, First Vice-President, AHEA Corresponding and Recording Secretary, Most Outstanding Freshman, Blue Triangle, THEA State Secretary, lllifb Activities Chairman. II JOHN I. LOY, Knoxville, Liberal Arts, U.T. Band, Rifle Team. ROBERT MOORE MAINORD, Jackson, EAE, Liberal Arts, Transfer, Union University. GLENN T. MALONE, Piney Flats, Engineering. ROBIN GALE MANLEY, New Market' Business Administration, BANP Treasurer. III CHARLES R. MARSHALL, Chattanooga, Business Administration. MARY DEAN MARTIN, Lebanon, EK, Business Administration, EK Activities Chairman, 115211. ROBERT EDWARD MASSEY, Lookout Mtn., fbA9, Engineering, Junior IFC Representative, ASME. ERNEST HAMILTON MATHIS, Knoxville, Efllli, Liberal Arts, Carnicus, Aloha Oe Committees, AEA. IV LINDA JO MAY, Chattanooga, KA, Education KA Guard, Second Vice-President, Cheerleader, Adawayhi, AWS Orientation Leader. LLOYDA ELIZABETH MAY, Jefferson City, AZ, Business Adminis- tration, AZ Publicity Chairman, Second Vice-President, Rush Chair- man, ORANGE and WHITE Staff, Marketing and Retailing Club Treasurer, All-Sing Secretarial Board, Dorm Officer. PAULA ANN McCASLIN, Memphis, AOII, Education, AOH Vice- President, Carnicus Director, SGA Senior Panhellenic Representa- tive, Honor Dorm, Homecoming, All-Sing Committees, VOLUNTEER Staff, Sophomore Aide, Aloha Oe Committee. BRENDA LEIGH McCLARD Lafa ette' AZ' Home Economics' AZ , Y y , , Social, Activities Chairman, Sophomore Aide, AWS Orientation Leader, Home Ec Club, Homecoming, All-Sing Committees. V MATTHEW SAMUEL MCCLELLAN, Knoxville, EAE, Liberal Arts, BAE President, SFOB Board, Student Forum Chairman, Home- Eoirraing Advisory Board, Circle K, IFC, IFC Key to Fraternities 1 or. WILLIAM CLARK MCCLELLAND, Charlotte, Farmhouse, Agricul- ture, Farmhouse House Manager, Ag Club, Plant Science Club, AZ. SANDRA KATHLEEN McCOMMON, Jackson, ZTA, Education, ZTA Vice-President, Guard, All-Sing Director, Sophomore Aide, BSU Executive Council, Choir. JON MICHAEL McDONALD, York, Pa., ATA, Business Administra- tion, S.A.M., ATA Treasurer. VI HOWARD L. McHUGH, Trenton: Agriculture. ANN McINTIRE, Dickson, Education, SNEA. DAVID L. McLAIN, Chattanooga, QIJPA, Business Administration. GLENNA BUTLER MCMAHAN, Sevierville, ITBQIJ, Liberal Arts, Historian, Scholarship Chairman, Pledge Secretary, Junior Panhel- lenic Representative, HB4-, Sophomore Aide, Dorm Secretary, AWS Legislative Board, Tennessee Girl Editor, U.T. Band, Usher Corps, all-Eing, Carnicus Committees, Honor Dorm, AWS Orientation ea er. Q I PATTYE LOUISE Mc MAHON, Rome. Ga.: AP: Home Economics: Al' Rome Chairman: AWS Orientation Leader. RENA KAYE Mc MINN, Humboldt: Liberal Arts. ESEEZIEZNETH WAYNE Mc PEAK, Old Hickory: Engineering: HRX: HAIR: ALICE Mc REYNOLDS, Cleveland: ISA: Home Economics: H . II SARAH JEANNINE MENEES, Madison: AZ: Education: AZ Standards Chairman, Historian, Guard: Homecoming Committee: Junior Panhellenic Representative: AWS Orientation Leader: SNEA: Na- tional Social Studies Organization. WARREN DAVIS MERRELL. JR., Etowah: Engineering. BRENDA JOYCE MICHAEL, Knoxville: Liberal Arts: "Y." ROBERT B. MIFFLIN, Murfreesboro: EX: Business Administration: EX Rush Chairman: ORANGE and WHITE Staff. III HARRY FLETCHER MILLER, Clinton: ATA: Business Administra- tion: Circle K, ANA: -PMA Sinfonia: Carnicus Committee Chairman: ATA President, Treasurer. JANICE PAULINE MITCHELL, Kingsport: AF: Liberal Arts: AFROTC. ANNE JORDAN MOORE, Dyersburg: XS2: Business Administration: X12 Treasurer: SGA Representative, Treasurer: Homecoming, Carnicus Committees: EAII: ORANGE and WHITE Feature Editor: Activities Co-Editor, Co-Editor of 1964 VOLUNTEER: Usher Corps: Who's Who: Sophomore Aide: Mortar Board Senior Citation: Campus Executives' Club: Honor Dorm. NOBLE EWING MOORE, JR., Kingsport: Business Administration: AYP: AZ . IV RONALD SHELLEY MOORE, Memphis: Engineering: American Nuclear Society. DONALD RAY MORROW, Waynesboro: ATA: Engineering: APO: ATA Vice-President: AIIE Recording Secretary. MYRA LEE MORROW, Williamsport: Home Economics: Treasurer, Secretary. Christian Student Association: AWS Orientation Leader: AHEA Council: AAA Reporter: U.T. and AHEA Scholarships. GEORGE T. MORTON, Bristol: -DEK: Engineering. V HENRY W. MORTON, Evensville: Engineering. JACK W. MOSIER, Oak Ridge: Engineering. GEORGE THOMAS MOSS, Dyersburg: ATQ: Business Administra- tion: ATU Assistant Pledge Master: Usher Corps: ORANGE and WHITE Staff. JUDITH EILENE MULDREW, Concord: Home Economics: AAA: Omicrc-n Nu: AHEA Corresponding Secretary, Projects Chairman. VI CELIA MARGARET MURPHY, Oak Ridge: A l'A: Business Adminis- tration: AVA Scribe, Editor, Activities Chairman: ORANGE and WHITE Columnist, News Editor, Managing Editor: Greek Handbook Editor: Honor Dorm: AXPA: Dolphin Club: ABA: Homecoming, All- Sing Committees: Collegiate Women Journalists Honorary: SGA Senior Representative, Student Recruitment Committee. FRANK MARVIN MURTAUGH, Memphis: EAN: Liberal Arts: SGA: Scarabbean: Business Manager of 1964 VOLUNTEER: Freshman Council: All-Sing Finance Committee Co-Chairman: Who's Who. ANDRA LEE NASH, Diablo Heights, Canal Zone: AXQ: Education: AX!! Scholarship Chairman: Senior Class Treasurer: Honor Dorm: Homecoming Advisory Board: AWS Judicial Board: All-Sing, Carnicus Committees: Greek Week Committee: Vol Chorus. WILLIAM LOCH NEELY, Knoxville: EX: Engineering: EX House Manager: Homecoming, All-Sing, Carnicus Committees. I PATRICIA ELLEN NEERGAARD, Oak Ridge: XQ: Education: Sophomore Aide: Miller's College Board: Carnicus Committee: VOLUNTEER Staff, Honor Dorm. RICHARD NEWPORT, Chattanooga: IIJFA: Business Administration. BARBARA ANN NEWSOME, Kingsport: Education: Transfer, Emory University. GEORGE BRUCE NICHOLS, Knoxville: KA: Liberal Arts: IFC Junior and Senior Representative: AFROTC Cadet Major. II NANCY B. NICKELL, Alderson, W.Va: EK: Education: Freshman House Council: EK Rush Chairman, President: KA Sweetheart: U.T. Singers Council: Dorm President: AWS Judicial Board: Homecoming Committee: Senior Scholarship: Sophomore Aide. SUSAN G. NORMAN, Knoxville: AEA: Education: AEA Activities Chairman, Vice-President: Adawayhi: University Center Lecture Committee: SGA: Homecoming, All-Sing Committees. CHARLES JERROLD NORTHCUTT, Savannah: ATQ: Engineering: Transfer Student: AIEE. SUE ANN OGDIN, Knoxville: Tllisb: Liberal Arts: IIB4, President: Homecoming Advisory Board: Tennessee Girl Editor, Art Editor: AWS Legislative Board: Carnicus Small Group Co-Chairman: Panhellenic Council Treasurer: Glee Club. III LYNN BARKER OLIVER, Readyville: lIBfI': Home Economics: H841 Pledge President, Scholarship Chairman, Vice-President: AWS Judicial Board: AWS President and Secretary: AAA: Outstanding Freshman: Mortar Board: Mil1er's College Board Co-Chairman: Carnicus, All-Sing Committees: Sophomore Aide: "Y" Cabinet: Convocatio-n Committee Chairman: Omicron Nu Editor: Student Center Advisory Board: Campus Executives Club: Danforth Award. MARY MOSS OLIVER, Macon, Ga.: AAA: Liberal Arts: AAA Marshal: University Center Publicity Committee: All-Sing Publicity Committee: Usher Corps. CARL RANDOLPH OLSEN, Memphis: ZX: Liberal Arts: EX Pledge Trainer Varsity Tennis Co-Captain. NANCY LEE ORR, Blaine: ISA: Home Economics: ISA Secretary' SGA: Junior Class Vice-President: AFROTC Sponsor: Carnicus Re- search and Records Committee Co-Chairman: Sophomore Aide: Home Economics Club: Usher Corps, Y IV LYNN A. OVERTON, Sumter, S.C.: KA: Liberal Arts: KA Efficiency Chairman: AWS Orientation Leader: All-Sing Finance Committee. IEVELYN BRAMLEY PACE, Huntingdon: AAA: Home Economics' :AAA Social Chairman, Vice-President. BARBARA PAULINE PALAZOLO, Memphis: Liberal Arts: Newman Club President, Vice-President: Women's Glee Club. EDWARD CARMACK PARK, JR., Columbia: ATQ: Liberal Arts. y W t5USAN MARIE PARKER. Jackson: ISA: Liberal Arts: ISA Publicity hagrman, Historian: VOLUNTEER Staff: Carnicus Publicity Com- i ee. IRGINIA FAYE PARSONS, Shelbyville: ISA: Home Economics: HEA: ISA Historian, Corresponding Secretary: Collegiate 4-H Club ecretary. ATRICIA ANN PATTERSON, Broadway, N.Y.: ZTA: Home conomics: Freshman Council: Homecoming, All-Sing Committees: arnicus Small Group Co-Chairman, Advisory Board: Adawayhi: GA: Merrill-Palmer Award: Senior Class Secretary: Army ROTC ponsor: ZTA Historian, President. WILLIAM E. PAYSINGER, Pulaski: ISA: Education: ISA Intramurals Chairman, Public Relations Chairman, Vice-President, Political Representative: SNEA: SGA. VI RAVID MAYO PEARSON, JR., Jackson: Agriculture: Ag Econ and gri-Business Club. NNE PERRY, Memphis: ZTA: Liberal Arts: ZTA Secretary, Treas- rer: Homecoming Committee Co-Chairman: EAII: Sophomore Aide' reshman Council: University Center Publicity Committee. GLEN H. PERRY, Morristown: ATQ: Liberal Arts: "Y" Vice-Presi- ent: Homecoming, All-Sing Committees: Freshman Council: FROTC Lieutenant Colonel. ARY L. PETERS, Johnson City: Engineering. w VV ff ff I JEFFREY WILLIAM PETERSON, Lexington, Ky.: EQPEQ Business Administration: EOE Scrapbook Chairman: S.A.M. Vice-President: VOLUNTEER Staff. LEAH FRANCES PHELPS, Murfreesboro: AAII: Business Adminis- tration: AAII Rush Chairman, Historian: ORANGE and WHITE Society Editor, Feature Editor: Journalism Club: Panhellenic Hand- book Co-Editor. PHIL REAGAN PHELPS, Lenoir City: AXA: Liberal Arts: AXA Co-rresponding Secretary: Adawayhi Quartermaster: Dorm Coun- selor: Corps: Circle K: EAII: Army ROTC Drum and Bugle Corps. KERMIT WILLARD PHILLIPS, Clarksville: IIKA: Business Adminis- tration. II JOYCE MAY PIEPER, Tarpon Springs. Fla.: Home Economics. NORMAN L. PIERSON, Gate City, Va.: Engineering. PATRICIA ANNE PLUNKETT, Lynchburg, Va.: AON: Liberal Arts: Transfer, Randolph-Macon Woman's College: AOII Assistant Secre- tary: Miller's College Board. LINDA JO POWELL, Bluefield, W.Va.: AVA: Home Economics: AFA Pledge Vice-President: Home Ec Club: Carnicus Stage Committee, Program Committee: AWS Orientation Leader: AWS Orientation Luncheon Committee. III LYNN WRIGHT POWELL, Chattanooga: XLZ: Liberal Arts: Transfer Southwestern at Memphis: AWS Project Committee: "Y". JANICE GAYLE POWERS, Milan: XXI: Liberal Arts: AWS Judiciai Board: AWS Finance Committee: X22 Personnel Chairman: AWE Orientation Leader: Homecoming Committee: Usher Corps: Hous Council: Dorm President: VOLUNTEER Staff. JOAN GUTHRIE PRICE, Greeneville: AAA: Liberal Arts: Transfer Emory and Henry College: AAA Projects Chairman: Annual Staff. MARY ANNE PRICE, Erwin: ISA: Liberal Arts: Transfer, Mars Hil' College: Mars Hill Band and Orchestra: Majorette: Scriblerus Honol Club: Clio Literary Society: Dorm Council: SNEA. IV NANCY GAY PROWSE, Tullahoma: ISA: Liberal Arts: "Y." MARY KAY PUTMAN, Rockwood: AAII: Liberal Arts: Sophomoru Aide: AWS Orientation Leader: Vol Beauty. PHYLLIS JOY QUANDT, Winchester: ZTA: Home Economics: Vo Beauty. JAMES FREDERICK QUILLIN, Kingsport: Business Administration AIJII: Tennessee Rangers: Distinguished Military Student. V SAMUEL CARROLL RAMER, Knoxville: ZX: Liberal Arts: 2? President: -l-HE: OAK. LAWRENCE ALFRED RAMSEY, JR., Whitesburg: Farmhouse: Agri culture: AZ: Block and Bridle Club: Advanced Army ROTC Brigad- Commander: Danforth Award: Farmhouse Treasurer, House Man ager. NANCY LYNNE RAWLES, Greeneville: AAA: Liberal Arts: Transfer: Southwestern at Memphis, AAA Librarian. BARBARA HELEN RAWLSTON, Chattanooga: AEA: Education: AE Marshal: Carnicus Finance Committee: SNEA. VI ANDREW M. RECTOR, Tarbett: Business Administration CAROL ANN RECTOR, Knoxville: AEA: Education: AEA Pled Mother: Vo-l Beauty: Ellfli Frontier Girl: Mi1ler's College Boar Panhellenic Treasurer: Carnicus Research and Records Commltte Co-Chairman. BETTY GAY REED, Martin: Home Economics: Transfer, U.T.M.B Newspaper Society Editor: Home Ec Club: SGA: AHEA: AFROT Alternate Sponsor: ORANGE and WHITE Staff. DENICE W. REED, Atlanta, Georgia: AI': Education. I EARL D. REED, Knoxville: Education. .A REINE RENTENBACH, Knoxville: XQ: Education: Usher Corps: !Iiller's College Board: X12 Vocations Chairman: All-Sing Committee. IOBERT JOSEPH RHEA, JR., Greeneville: Business Administration: Transfer, Georgia Military College: Marketing and Retailing Club' Xdvanced Army ROTC. SECKY RICKMAN, Oak Ridge: AAII: Liberal Arts: Homecoming Iommittee: Miss Scabbard and Blade: Army ROTC Queen: Brigade Sponsor. y II ZAMPBELL PILLOW RIDLEY, Columbia: EAN: Agriculture. QYNDA KAYE RITCHIE, Asheville, N.C.: ZTA: Business Administra- ion: Transfer, Meredith College: ZTA Publicity Chairman, Treas- irer: Student Forum: Dorm Secretary: AWS Friendship Committee: Latin Club Treasurer. IOE B. RIVES, III, Collierville: Engineering. HOWARD TOBY ROBERTS, Signal Mtn.: ZZAE: Business Administra- ,ion: Football Team Manager: University Singers: Men's Glee Club: Urban Renewal Award: Marketing and Retailing Club. III DAWN ROBERTSON, Halls: AOII: Education: Dorm Officer: Aloha De Committee: Carnicus, Homecoming Committees: Speech and jlearing Club. ROY LEE ROBERTSON, Jonesboro: Engineering: Transfer, East Ten- essee State: ASME: Wesley Foundation: Advanced Army ROTC. ITCHELL BANKS RODEN, Knoxville: EN: Engineering: EN Chap- ain, Historian: Circle K: German Club President: .MDM Vice-Presi- eng:t.Carnicus Committee Co-Chairman: AIIE: SGA Senior Repre- en a ive. TTA ROSE ROGERS, Whitwell: AF: Home Economics: AI' Pledge lass President, Second Vice-President: AWS Orientation Leader, rientation Committee Co-Chairman: Aloha Oe Program Chairman: niversity Center Program Committee Chairman: AWS Standards ommittee: Vol Chorus: All Carnicus, All-Sing Director. N IV RAYMOND ROGERS, Trenton: ATQ: Business Administration. IAMES RICHARD ROSE, Oak Ridge: fl1A9: Engineering: IFC: ASNE: Greek Week Co-Chairman. IUDITH PATRICIA ROWLAND, Etowah: Z'l'A: Business Administra- ion: ZTA Activities Chairman, Magazine Chairman: Modern Dance Zlub: Sophomore Aide. IOHN BURTON RUBLE, Knoxville: KZ: Business Administration: IE Rush Chairman, Grand Scribe: AIIE: S.A.M. V S. PORTER RYLAND, Dyersburg: ATU: Business Administration: X11-Sing Advisory Board. KATHERINE CLARK RYMER, Athens: Al': Home Economics: Home c Club: Sophomore Aide: Carnicus Committee: "Y". OWARD CARL SALYER, JR., Kingsports: Business Administra- ion: ANA. LDELE SALZ, White Plains, N.Y.: Liberal Arts: Hillel: Dorm Officer. VI SOBBY FRANK SAMMONS, Collierville: Engineering: IITE: ASME: ICE Board: Baseball Team. IHAIELES WILLIAM SAMPLES, Johnson City: Engineering: HTS: ISM . LOBERT HARRY SASSER, Covington: AFP: Agriculture: Block and Bridle Club, Plant Science Club: Tennessee Farmer Advertising flanager: Ag Club. 'RANK EDWARD SCARBROUGH, Maryville: QIJA9: Liberal Arts: 'AG Secretary: AXE Secretary: QIHE: Rehenium Scholarship: ROTC iward: Chicago Tribune Award. I JEAN CAROL SCHIFFMAN, Oak Ridge: AEA: Business Administra- tion: Adawayhi Secretary: ORANGE and WHITE Staff: All-Sing Finance Committee: Carnicus Small Group Committee: AEA Cor- responding Secretary, Historian: University Center Publicity Com- mittee: KNOX Scholarship. ROBERT LARRY SCHRADER, Chattanooga: IIKA: Business Ad- ministration: IIKA Vice-President: Nahheeyayli Governing Board Custodian, Treasurer: Homecoming, Carnicus Committees. ROBERT W. SCOTT, Clarksville: Farmhouse: Engineering: Farm- house Secretary, Business Manager, IFC Representative: Homecom- ing Finance Committee Co-Chairman: ACE Board: AIIE Secretary gresidelxgtg Southeastern Regional AIIE Convention Co-Chairman irce . SAM P. SENTELLE., Afton: BLADE: Liberal Arts: ACPO: UT Singers All-Sing Stage Committee Co-Chairman: Homecoming Committee ORANGE and WHITE Section Editor: VOLUNTEER Section Editor: Torch StaH: AFROTC Drum 8: Bugle Corps. II y J Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary, Social Chairman AWS Orientation Leader: Carnicus Publicity Committee Secretary Dorm Officer: 412K Moonlight Girl: Homecoming Publicity Commit- tee: Adawayhi: Home Ec Club. SARAH JOAN SHARP, Lake City: AZ: Business Administration: AI Publicity Chairman, Pledge Vice-President: Vol Chorus: BSU Coun cil: AWS Friendship, Publicity Committees: Aloha Oe Committee Carnicus Committee: AWS Orientation Leader: SNEA: Office Ad ministration Club: "Y", JEANETTE L. SHAW, Nashville: ISA: Liberal Arts: Transfer, Davie Lipscomb College: Madison Club: Women's Glee Club: Christiax Student Association Treasurer: ISA All-Sing Director. ROBERT DONALD SHEPHERD, Statesville, N.C.: ISA: Busines Administration: Transfer, Mars Hill College: Mars Hill Band Drun Major: Business Honor Club: Philomathian Literary Society Presi dent. NOLLIE HELEN SHARP, Oak Ridge: l'IBfl': Home Economics: IIB III CAROL E-OLINE SIKES, Jackson: ISA: Home Economics: AHEA. NICK HALL SINGLETON, Vonore: Engineering: ASM President: ACE Board. ANNE C. SINNESS, Old Hickory: Al': Liberal Arts: Al' Scholarshij Chairman: Student Forum: Vol Chorus: AWS Orientation Leader ORANGE and WHITE Staff: AWS Projects Committee: Greek Weel Committee. WILLIAM HENRY SLAUTTERBACK, Asheville, N.C.: fbl'A: Engi neering: AIIE. IV DEANNA SMITH, Dunlap: AAU: Education: AAll Vice-Presideng Head Majorette: EAI: IIKA Calendar Girl: ACE Queen of Club Queen of Hearts: U.T. Singers: AAII All-Sing Director. BARRY JOSEPH SOBRAL, Memphis: ZAR: Business Administratior LAURENE SOMERS, Glassboro, N.J.: Education. WILLIAM H. SOUTH, Millington: Engineering. V PHYLLIS RUBY SOWELL, Chattanooga: AFA: Liberal Arts: Al' Social Chairman. Vice-President, President: Sophomore Aide: AW Orientation Leader Co-Chairman: Student Forum: All-Sing Comm mittee: AWS Finance Committee. BILLY THOMAS SPENCER, Somerville: AFP: Engineering. JUDY ANNE SPOONE, Morristown: AZ: AZ Pledge Class Presiden Secretary: fbHT Treasurer, Vice-President: U.T. Band: Glee Clu Freshman Student Council: Homecoming Small Group Committ Co-Chairman: AWS Friendship Committee: AWS Orientation Lea er: SNEA. HENRI WARREN SPRIGGS, Knoxville: Liberal Arts. VI SUSAN RAWLINGS STAFFORD, Baltimore, Md.: AOII: Education FRANKLIN STANDIFER, McMinnville: Business Administratio ASM Vice-President, Second Vice-President, Program Chairma ACE Board. JANET HERRIN STANFORD, Atlanta, Ga.: KA: Home Economic KA Intramurals Chairman, Sergeant-at-Arms, Carnicus Directo Cheerleader: Adawayhi: KX: Modern Dance Club: AWS Orientati Leader: Homecoming, Carnicus, All-Sing Committee. WILLIAM LLOYD STANLEY, JR., Chattanooga: AXA: Business A ministration: AXA Secretary: Circle K Board of Directors, Secr tary: Adawayhi: All-Sing Co-Chairman: OAK: Carnicus Progra Committee Co-Chairman: Aloha Oe Publicity Chairman: "Y" Se retary-Treasurer, Cabinet: Convocation Committee Chairman: SG Blue Triangle: Usher Corps: Pre-Legal Society: QPAA: Whofs Whc. NDA LOU STEPHENS, Kingsport: AZ: Home Economics: AZ Pub- ity Chairman: Home Ec Club: SNEA: AWS Orientation Leader, 1-Chairman: Carnicus Committee: Varsity Visit Committee. ENNIS LAWRENCE STEWART, Memphis: Farmhouse: Agricul- re: AZ: ASAE. JBERT KENT STEWART, Lexington: Farmhouse: Business Admin- Lration: Transfer, U.T.M.B.: Farmhouse Intramurals Chairman, holarship Chairman: Homecoming Committee: Wesley Foundation: LM. JLEY CRAIGHILL STONE, Lynchburg, Va.: XQ: Liberal Arts: IEA: VOLUNTEER Staff: "Y": Student Forum. .ITHA CLEO STONE, Tullahoma: Business Administration: U.T. igers: Vol Chorus Secretary: VOLUNTEER Staff. IN LEE SULLIVAN, Fayetteville: ATQ: Engineering. ITRICIA LEE SUTHERLAND, Cleveland: Education: Dorm Chap- ng Baptist Vol Editor: BSU Executive Board: ORANGE and E-IITE Staff: Tennessee Girl Staff: SNEA: Phoenix Editor. .MES HUGH SUTTLE, Nashville: KE: Engineering: All-Sing, rnicus Committees: AFROTC: ASME: KE Intramurals Chairman. I NDA JANE SUTTON, Maryville: KA: Liberal Arts: KA President: 'I Editor, Secretary: AWS Frosh Board: Sophomore Aide: Sopho- bre Class Treasurer: Vol Beauty: Homecoming Parade Committee I-Chairman. LL M. SWENSON, Loudon: AFA: Liberal Arts: AFA Secretary: mecoming Committee: Carnicus Art Committee Co-Chairman. ILLIAM FRANKLIN SWOFFORD, Doraville, Ga.: Business Ad- nistration: Marketing and Retailing Club: SAME: Dorm Counselor. NDA MARY SYKES, Atlanta, Ga.: Education: SNEA. 7 LLIE SUE TANKERSLEY, Decatur: Liberal Arts: Blue Triangle: A: IIAKD: IIEA. ILEN HENRY TAYLOR, Suitland, Md.: ZTA: Home Economics: 'micron Nu: AWS Orientation Leader. LROME GREGG TAYLOR, Knoxville: SAE: Liberal Arts: EAN aplain, ZBECCA GAIL TEMPLE, Knoxville: AEA: Education: AEA Rush airman. Song Leader: U.T. Madrigal Singers: Vol Chorus, Pan- llenic Representative: Homecoming, All-Sing Committees: SNEA. .THAN R. THACH, Chattanooga' 1Iil'A: Engineering. IE THAYER, Memphis: AAA: Education. XRD S. THOMAS, Chattanooga: EKIDE: Business Administration: vanced Army ROTC: S.A.M.: SAME: Opera Workshop: Carousel eater. LLIAM MORGAN THOMAS, Knoxville: EAE: Business Adminis- tion: BAE Pledge Trainer, Rush Chairman, Vice-President: Carni- : Committee, IFC. I MES McCLELLAN THOMPSON, Knoxville: KE: Engineering: KE icer: ASME: University Center Committee. INA WALLENE THREADGILL, Charlotte, N.C.: XD: Business ministration: Cheerleader: XS! Vice-President: Vol Beauty: Miss lunteer: Homecoming Court: KTA: AFROTC Queen and Sponsor: nor Dorm: All-Sing Small Group Co-Chairman: Nahheeyayli's mice: ORANGE and WHITE Staff: VOLUNTEER Staff: Adawayhi: A Calendar Girl: Collegiate Women Journalists Honorary: AWS :sh Board: AWS Publicity Committee: Mortar Board Senior Cita- 1: Who's Who: Miss Tennessee: -lfli-lv. I-IN OLIVER THREADGILL, Milan: EAN: Business Administra- 1: BAE Secretary: Circle K President: AEII Treasurer: Student 'um Executive Committee: Aloha Oe Committee Chairman. INDRA JO TOWNSEND, Maryville: KA: Business Administration: Corresponding Secretary: Army ROTC Sponsor: Sophomore Aide: nor Dorm: A1110 Sweetheart. I CARL FRANZ TRAUB, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.: EX: Business Admi istration: RE Vice-President. FREDERICK L TROTTER, Knoxville: Business Administration. JOYCE ELLEN TURNER, Knoxville: fbM: Education: GDM Treasurc Corresponding Secretary: Blue Triangle: Women's Glee Club: Hom coming, Carnicus Committees: Convocation Committee: Aloha 1 Committee: Orientation Leader, Co-Chairman: AWS Orientatil Luncheon and Friendship Committees: SNEA. DAVID TWEEDIE, Bethpage, N.Y,: KA: Education: KA Political Re resentative: Carnicus Committee: Circ-le K: SGA. II . JUDITH LEE VAUGHAN, Bolivar: XQ: Home Economics: Transf: Union University: "Y" Cabinet: Convocation Committee: Aloha t Committee: BSU: Home Ec Club: VOLUNTEER Staff: AWS Orient tion Leader. SANDRA ANN VAUGHN, Winchester: ISA: Liberal Arts: Spani Club Treasurer: EAll Secretary, Treasurer. ANNE COX WALKER, Bay Village, Ohio: AFA: Liberal Arts: Trar fer, Randolph-Macon Woman's College: Sock and Buskin: Pirt Committee: RidingACommittee: Newspaper Staff: VOLUNTEER Sta AWS Orientation eader: Dorm Secretary: Usher Corps. JOE A. WANEK, Pensacola, Fla.: IIKA: Business Administratio IIKA 'grgafolirerg Advanced ROTC: Scabbard and Blade: Circle I ANA: . . . III JOHN P. WARD, Etowah: Business Administration. KATHERINE MATHEWS WARD, Memphis: XXI: Education: VOLUI TEER Staff: ORANGE and WHITE Staff: XQ Junior Panhellenic R resentative: AWS Orientation Leader: Homecoming, All-Sing Coq mittees: SNEA: Blue Triangle. CAROL ANN WATSON, Oak Ridge: KA: Home Economics: Chaplain: Sophomore Aide: AWS Orientation Leader: Carni,n Committee. JUDIE WATTERS, Geelong, Victoria, Australia: AXU: Liberal Ar IV KATHERINE FRANCES WEVER, Humboldt: XQ: Education: AJ Orientation Leader: Homecoming Committee: VOLUNTEER St Aloha Oe Committee: Blue Triangle: Usher Corps. LAWRENCE WHITFIELD, Chattanooga: Engineering. ELLEN AMANDA WHITLOW, Kingsport: XEZ: Education: Transf University of Miami: SNEA. LINDA A. WILBANKS, Knoxville: AAA: Education: AAA Record' Secretary. Rush Chairman, Junior Panhellenic Delegate, Pledge Vi President: Adawayhi Secretary: AFROTC Sponsor: Homecom Queen Semi-Finalist: VOLUNTEER Staff: Usher Corps: "Y" Cabin Aloha Oe Committee Chairman: ORANGE and WHITE Staff: A3 Orientation Leader: Blue Triangle: Torch Staff: SNEA: AWS P licity, Homecoming, University Center Committees. V CAROLYN SUE WILDER, Kingsport: Al': Education. ANN HYDE WILKINSON, Oak Ridge: HBQIP: Education: IIBfb Int murals Chairman, Assistant Pledge Trainer, Corresponding Se tary: Barnwarming Queen: 23fbE Sweetheart: AWS Finance Com tee, Orientation Leader: SNEA. CURTIS SANDERS WILLIAMS. Cowan: fI1EK: Engineering: Co-Op- ative Engineering Scholarship Program: ANS. MARTHA ELIZABETH WILLIAMS, Oak Ridge: Education: Mor Board President: BFE President: Honor Do-rm President: U.T. Hon: coming Queen: HA9: AWS Judicial Board: Sophomore Aide: Do Treasurer: Campus Executives Club: AAK Award. VI THOMAS ASHURST WILLIAMS, Chattanooga: AXA: Law: President: Student Bar Association Election Committee, Execut Council: National Federation College Young Democrats State Tre urer. THOMAS WAYNE WILLIAMS, Canton, N.C.: AXA: Business Adm istration. WILLIAM D. WILLIAMS, Shelbyville: QPSK: Engineering. PAUL WAYNE WILLIAMSON, Nashville: EX: Business Administ tion: University Center Committee Public-ity Chairman. RRY ADELINE WINN, Clarksvilleg X93 Home Economics: AFROTC onsorg Omicron Nu Presidentg Home Ec Club. ITHER F. WISEMAN, Camdeng Agriculture. JBERT EDWIN WITHERS, Knoxvilleg EAEQ Liberal Artsg Golf amg Pre-Legal Society President. XSIL NEWTON WOLFE, JR., Mountain Cityg A'l'Ag Educationg ,Q President, RANCES FERGUSON WOOD, Johnson Cityg AAHQ Education: A.C.E.g SNEA3 AWS Judicial Boardg Dorm President. ARL FREDERICK YENA, Sweetwaterg fl-A63 Business Administra- nng Scabbard and Blade Treasurerg flvA6 Treasurerg Advanced JTCQ Dorm Counselor. FDITH TAYLOR YOST, Greenville: A0113 Home Economicsg VOL- NTTEER Staff: Carnicus Co-Chairman: Aloha Oe Co-Chairmang lme Ec Club: House Councilg Homecoming Court. CK TEUNIS ZORGg Colliervilleg lllifbg Business Administration. JU 1011 CLASS OFFICERS ROGER RILEY President I Z P Larry Partain, Vice-Presidentg Dolly Caywood, Treasurerg Sally Bacon Secretary. 5 I Elizabeth Hill Allden, X52 Portland Gary Douglas Allen, DIPE Greeneville G. Philip Anderson, AXA Williamsport Sarah deValcourt Andrews, AAA Birmingham, Ala. Clyde B. Austin, KIDFA Greeneville II Merrily Austin, X52 Greeneville Sally Bacon, X9 Chattanooga Cynthia Baggett, AOII Knoxville Clyde B. Baililf Knoxville William 0. Baillie, Acacia Pana, Ill. III Charles Carter Baker, Jr., EAE Nashville Donald Edward Baker, Jr., ZQIDE Chattanooga Robert Leslie Baker, EX Knoxville flheodore Mackie Barber, EX Manhasset, N.Y. Dean Dover Barger, EX Chattanooga IV Robert Joseph Batson, Jr., AXA Chattanooga Carmen Theo Beaver, ZTA Brighton Jackie Hermine Beukenkamp Washington, D.C. Ncragene Billings Kingsport Sherry F. Bingham, ZTA Martin V P. Blake Birdwell, AXQ Joelton Sandra Nelle Bishop South Pittsburg Suzy Blevins, QM Erwin James Durelle Boles, Jr., QA9 Knoxville William Jerry Bomar, APP Knoxville VI Sue Lynn Boone, XQ Bradfotd Harry W. Borders, EfI1E Nashville Roy David Brackin, WPA Cleveland Anne Towniend Breazeale, AON Knoxville Sharon Lon Brewer, Al' Lawrenceburg VII Janet Carol Brown, EK Durham, N.C. William Frank Brown, Jr., AVP Pikeville Lynda Travis Brown, XQ Knoxville Bentley Browning, AFA Oak Ridge Laura Joyce Bryant, AI' Atlanta, Ga. VIII Willie F. Burnett Friendship Rhett Burton, IIK A Dyersburg Herman Luther Campbell, Jr. A 1'P Kings Mtn., N.C. Bette Walker Carlson, AEA Knoxville Sarah Wallton Carpenter, 'IDM South Boston, Va. IX Nancy Jean Carter, AAA Knoxville Wallace Conley Carter, 1112K Savannah Nicole Loring Castellano Sarasota, Fla. Stephen Kirkpatrick Causseaux, EX Knoxville Dolly Ann Caywood, AOH Lexington Nik! I William Benjamin Chambley, Edward Howard Chase, fiwl'A Clara Elizabeth Childress, EK Michael Tod Christian, EAE Betty M. Clark, KA II Linda Lee Clark, fIJM Wayne Lonnie Coffey, fIvI'A Betty Cole, A011 Marion E. Coleman William Lewis Collier, QPSK III Jim Moore Conlin, ATA Patricia Ann Conner, 4PM Charles L. Cook James Michael Crain Conne Avalyn Crawford, II BQ IV Patricia Ann Crosby, AAII Anne West Dale, EK E. JoAnne Dance, X52 Charlotte Davidson Edward Thomas Davidson, Jr. V Elizabeth A. Davis, AXS2 Frances Anne Davis, AAII Linda S. Davis M. Scott Davis, AAII Marguerite Elaine Davis, AX!! VI William North Dawson, EX Emily Kathryn Day, X9 Robert Jerome Day, EAE Margaret Jane Dick, XQ Thomas Austin Dickens VII Mary Alice Dillingham Gail Louise Dixon, EK Thomas Milton Dobbs, AXA Julie Melissa Dorris, AAA Carol Anne Dougherty, AAA VIII Eddie Norris Duncan, fIvl'A Sandra Dianne Duncan, AON Mary Neal Durham, AAA Linda Ebert, A EA Gail Edwards, ZTA IX Suzanne K. Ellis, Al' Barbara Anne Embury, AOH Steven Richard Empey J. Kendall Ethridge, ZCPE Susan Mary Evans, X9 Jr., 412 K Oak Ridge Kingsport Rosedale Annandale, Va. Gatlinburg Brookneal, Va. Tazewell Memphis Knoxville Martin Nashville Birmingham, Ala. Johnstown, Pa. Memphis Norfolk, Va. Knoxville Kingsport Knoxville Lawrenceburg Bradford Richmond, Va. Memphis Union City Erwin Elizabethton Maryville Trenton Holyoke, Colo. Knoxville Black Mtn., N.C. Charlotte Knoxville Miami, Fla. Memphis Knoxville Cleveland Nashville Tullahoma Oak Ridge Cumberland Gap Fremont, Ohio Memphis Knoxville Nashville Lookout Mtn. I Marianne MacAire Eubank James Falco, EQIJE Betsy McKee Farrar, AAA William Wayne Faussone Sally Jane Fisher, AZ II Susan L. Fletcher Penny Fly Hal Haizlip Flynt, Jr., ATQ Sandy Winn Forbes, AI' Lee Foster, X9 III Melinda C. Foster Nan Foust, AF David Louis Foy, EX , Sheila Delll Freeland, IIBIIP Diane Evelyn Frink, AZ IV George Brownlow Fritts, AXA Mary Dodd Galasso, X9 Aleta Dean Gamewell, EK Jennie Mace Gannon, QM Joella Garner, AAU V Robert Claude Garrett, EX Richard Andred Garverick, ATA Betty M. Giles, AAA Emily Jane Gillem Susan Ingrid Ginter, ZTA VI Dale Frank Glover, 1'IKA Jerry Eason Golf, IIKA Donna Gail Goforth, AXQ John Thomas Goodman, EQE William Walter Goolsby VII Jeanetta Lee Gound, AOII Katherine Ann Grubb, RPM Mary Bennett Gunn. AXQ Allen Frederick Hainge, fIvI'A Betty Jean Hall VIII Joy Ann Hall, X9 Margaret Loretta Hamilton Pat Handley, EK Rebecca June Hannah, IIBCD Carolyn T. Hanusik IX Joe Jackson Harrison, EAE Linda Anne Harrison, 1'IBfIv Charlie Leroy Harrop, Jr., CIJEK Linda Sue Hartsook, IIBLI1 Harold Keith Hastings, EX Hendersonville, N.C. Melbourne, Fla. Tilllahoma Montrose, Colo. Las Vegas, Nev. Narrows, Va. Shelbyville Morristown Greeneville Knoxville Memphis Jackson Knoxville Chattanooga Miami Beach, Fla. Knoxville Roanoke, Ala. Murfreesboro Charleston, W.Va. Knoxville Goodlettsville Alexandria, Va. Signal Mtn. Nashville McKenzie Obion Jackson Chattanooga Maryville Kingston Knoxville Knoxville Atlanta, Ga. Houston, Tex. Clarkrange Nashville Chattanooga Oak Ridge Oliver Springs Yonkers, N.Y. Chattanooga White Pine Atlanta, Ga. Lenoir City Nashville I Pamela J. Haynes Bert P. Headden, -EEK Sally Louise Heilman, KA Anne Ewing Helm, AAA Geoffrey Ernest Hemmrich, HKA II David Hugh Henry, 1112K Karen Herndon, AAA Lynda Isabel Herring, ZTA John Jack Hestle, HKA Leslie Virginia Hever, AXQ III James Lawrence Hicks, ZQE John Oliver Hicks, III, ATQ Sharon Kay Hodge, EK John Edward Hodges, Farmhouse William Ellison Hodges, Jr., EK IV Joanne C. Hood Jerry Householder, QFA Glenda Sue Howell, EK Donna Elizabeth Hull, ZTA Ginger Hunter, AFA V Margaret Faye Hurley, AAII Kay Hutchison, AAA Nancy Jane Hyde Paula Lee Ide, AAII Rosemary Isbell VI Charles L. Jackson, EAE Linda Jane Jenkins, EK Eleanor Louise Johnson, KA Helen Johnson Winnie Pat Johnston, EK VII Evelyn Jones, AAA Fred Allen Jones Ginna L. Jones, AAII Mark George Jones, ATA James L. Jordan, EX VIII John Perry Jordan, Farmhouse Karen Anne Kalshoven, ZTA William David Kebschull, KA Katherine LeHeist Keith, QM William A. Kelley, KE IX Dinah Sue Kelly, ATA Patricia Carolyn Kelly, HBQID William Hiathaway Kelly, EAE Freda Sue King, X9 Sarah Ann King, QM Mommouth, Ala. Trimble Chattanooga Columbia Clarksville Bristol Bruceton Snow Hill, N.C. Knoxville Avon, Conn. Maryville Nashville Rutledge Sevierville Morristown Lawrenceburg Knoxville Morristown Memphis Kingston Knoxville Ridgely Bloomfield, N.J. Mt. Prospect, Ill. Arlington, Va. Union City Maryville Atlanta, Ga. Knoxville Oak Ridge Lewisburg Murfreesboro Knoxville Oak Ridge Glenview, Ill. Unicoi Knoxville Memphis Hodgenville, Ky. Knoxville Alexandria, Va. Knoxville Dyersburg Dresden Knoxville I Barbara Sue Klutinis, KA Donna Virginia Kuhn, AI' Janice Frances Kyle Helen Louise Lacy, X9 Nancye Tom Lambert, AXQ II Bill Zion Lane, AXA Lynda Joyce Leftwich, EK James M. Lewis, KE James R. Liechty, Farmhouse Albert Carl Liggett, EQIPE III Vickie Louise Locke, AEA Susan Elizabeth Locklear, A011 Sharon Sue Long, HRT Walter Key Mahone, AXA John Stagmaier Mahoney, flue IV Sharon Ann Manning Joyce Lindalyn Massie, fI1M Cheryl Matthew, EK Barbara J. May Frank Knox McCalla, EX V Frances G. McClure, X52 Dixie Faye McDonald Angie Marie McFarlin, EK Beverly Ann McGee, QM Paula Owen McKamey, KIUM VI Lawrence Alan McMahon, AXA Donna Kay McNab, XS! Robert D. McNutt Holland T. McPeake John Arthur Miller, EIDE VII Mary Edwina Minor, EK Barbara Ann Missimer, X52 Mary Lane Mitchell, AEA Suzanne Mock, AX!! Anna Elizabeth Moore VIII Lucy-Fay Morgan, X52 Linda Sue Mullins, XS! Marilyn Adell Murphy, AAH B. Allen Nagy, KA Jackie Darlene Needham, AFA IX Allan W. Newland Diane Elizabeth Newman, AZ Cynthia Catherine Nixon, X52 Carol Northeutt, QM Julia Katherine Ohlson, APA Kingsport Nashville Hartsville Elizabethfon Centerville Kingsport Lebanon South Pittsburg Belvidere Goodlettsville Knoxville Dyersbut g Lynnville Chattanooga Chattanooga Ewing, Va. Jefferson City Silver Spring, Md. Lexington, Va. Millington Birmingham, Ala. Carthage Murfreesboro Knoxville Knoxville Memphis Knoxville Huntsville, Ala. Memphis Bristol Rutledge Waverly Maryville Elizabethton Dunbar, W.Va. Belfast Albuquerque, N. Mex. Clinton Chattanooga Knoxville Kingsport Houston, Tex. Knoxville Woodbury Abingdon, Va. I George Hunt Oliver R. Arthur O'Neal, EX Barbara Joyce Owens Jerry Donald Overton, Larry Dean Partain, ECIQE CIPEK II Judy Ellen Patterson, ZTA Carol Bessent Pendergrass Donna Rachel Pennington, John Randolph Perry, KA Bobby W. Peters, Farmhouse AXS2 III Devereaux Shailer Peterson, KA John Jay Petrone, QEK Paul A. Prince Diane Kaye Purcell Larry Floyd Rees, ATA IV Kathy Reeves, AXSZ Thomas Paul Riggs, EX Claude Roger Riley, Jr., fIfI'A Laura Rose Ritchie, AOH James J. Ritts, EfI1E V Kitty Lee Roberts, AATI Jane Ann Roudebush Susan Thayer Rutherford, AZ Margaret Audria Salyer, AFA Carol Sanderson, KA VI Alice Jo Schaffer, AFA Bonnie Schoonover, AFA Charles Wayne Self, Farmhouse Constance Odeneal Shearon, QM Josetta Rae Shoemaker, EK VII ' Bennie Floyd Shuler, ATA Patricia Lou Simmons, EK Jimmy B. Simpson, QIDEK Velma Diana Simpson, QM Donna Ruth Sims, AAA VIII Kay Frances Sipe, X9 Larry Frederick Sitz, AXA Patricia Carol Sivert, AEA Carolyn Ann Smith, KA Julie Ann Smith IX Susan Elaine Smithwick, X9 Charlotte Ann Spence Douglas Lea Stalil, KE Alfred Eugene Stone, AFP Johnanna Stoner, AFA Humboldt Alexandria, Va. Church Hill Memphis Clarksville Nashville Friendship Moss Chattanooga Hohenwald Memphis Suffern, N.Y. Madisonville Mt. Vernon, Ill. Gallipolis, O. Chattanooga West Palm Beach, Fla. Knoxville Knoxville Elizabethton Morristown Memphis Memphis Louisville, Ky. Carthage Sweetwater Lake J unaluska, N.C. McMinnville Oak Ridge Oneida Bristol Oak Ridge Selmer Athens Memphis Oak Ridge Manchester Kingsport Kingsport Memphis Lebanon Decaturville San Antonio, Tex. Trimble Knoxville I Larry Taylor, AXA Annette Taylor Teffeteller, AA11 William Thomas Testerman, AFP Judith Karen Thirloway, AT Nancy K. Tice, AA11 II Mary Jane Tilson, AA11 Elizabeth Ann Tobler, EK Dick Tomchey, KA Dougflas Wayne Toppins Anne VVhite Tracy III Sandra Kay Travis, X9 Mary Margaret Trent, IIBQ Mary Reed Trotter, A011 Virginia Gene Turner, AXS2 William Edward Wade, EX IV Robert Wayne Wagner, KA Nettie Camille Walker, AAA Tommy 0'Neal Wall, AXA Mary Lee Washburn, ISA John Vickers Webb, EX V Peggy Jane Webb, QM Tommie Welch John Thomas Whaley, IIKA Larry Wallace Whaley, ATS? Dan Clyde Wheeler AFP VI Dorothy Louise Whelen, A011 Barbara Ann White, ISA David Viar White, fIv1'A William Thomas White Terri S. Wilkins, AEA VII Jan Marie Williams, ZTA John Robert Willis, EAE Chattanooga Alcoa Rogersville Oak Ridge Martin Union City Concord Lawrenceburg Knoxville Greensboro, N.C. Morristown Morristown Knoxville Charlotte, N.C. Nashville Blountville Nashville White Pine Summertown Knoxville Oneida Decaturville Middleton Cleveland Crossville Nashville Tazewell Madisonville Nashville Adamsville Canton, N.C. Kettering, Ohio Sara M. Wilson, AEA Schenectady, N.Y. George Lawrence Winegar, EQE Martha Elizabeth Winston, AAA VIII Lucy Annette Wisecarver Nancy C. Wondolowski, AXS2 Harry King Wood, EX Charles David Woody, AXA Leonidas D. Word, EX IX Helen Louise Worley. A011 Joan Davis VVorth, X9 Janie Marie Wright, AFA Steve Yarbro, ATS! Chryl Iona Young, X9 Rogersville Moscow Mohawk Springfield, Va. Knoxville Bassett, Va. Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Sweetwater Dyersburg Oak Ridge SOPHOMCRE CLASS OFFICERS TOM N ICHOLSON President Richard Golden, Vice-Presidentg Sarah Thornburg, Treasurerg Sheryl Jones, Secretary. I Mary Jane Abernathy, AXQ William B. Acree, ATS? Robert Douglas Alder, ATS! Ruth Allen, AFA J. Franklin Amos II Patricia Harriet Anderson, A011 James Avriett, QEK Thomas E. Bacon Wanda Sue Bailey, AOII Nancy Ruth Bank, EK III Bonita Barnard, X9 Gary Walter Barrigar, A XA Cheryl Ann Barton Judy Ann Barton, AEA Nancy Coles Basnight, AXQ IV Fay Baugh, X52 Selmer Ridgely Fayetteville Lenoir City Dandridge Donelson Lewisburg Kingsport Lexington Chattanooga Ripley Kingsport Knoxville Knoxville Manteo, N.C. Birmingham, Ala. Sarah Anne Beatty, QM Maryville Andrea J. Bender Atlanta, Ga. Marian Terry Bevis, 'DM Memphis Mary Therese Binkley, AFA Nashville V Jim R. Blalock, QEK Blountville Mary Virginia Blanton, X52 Union City Nancy Lloyd Blevens, flfll Nashville Edmund Lewis Bolt, QEK Knoxville Louis Wayne Bomar Shelbyville VI Elizabeth Anne Bornemann, ISA Orlando, Fla. David W. Bowen, KE Memphis Elizabeth Lawrence Boyd, X52 McMinnville Tommie Gail Britton Gibson Station Barbara Lou Brook Nashville VII Lucille Browder, AI' Sweetwater Becky Ann Brown, AAU Cleveland Charies Daniel Brown, QEK Kingsport Mary Sue Brumback, AAH Memphis Anne Buchanan Atlanta, Ga. VIII Jani P. Buckles Bristol Robert Del Bundy, KE Memphis Sally Lou Burton, Al' Knoxville Daniel Edward Butler, 1112K Knoxville George H. Buxton, III, ATA Wartburg IX William H. Byford, EX Morristown Bob Mason Calloway, EAE Springfield William Nelson Calvert, AXA Knoxville Marietta Welch Campbell, ZTA Dandridge Nancy Ruth Campbell, ZTA White Plains, N.Y. SOPHO ORES 71 OPHO ORES I Hal Winchester Canary, EAE Sarah Louise Cantwell, QM Judy Inez Cardwell E. Jeanette Carson, AZ Patricia Gail Carver II Michael Marion Gate, fIrl'A Thomas Guy Chappel, KA Harold J. Christ Martha C. Claxton, AXQ Diane Palin Claypool, X9 III Robert N. Clement, ATU Joel B. Clements, EAE Cecilia Faye Clowers, AZ Charlotte L. Cochrane Clifford Gregory Coggin, Jr., QEK IV Susan Hope Colley, AOII William Edward Collier, EAE Robert Kims Collins, EK Shelia Nell Connally, ZTA N. Page Connell, AI' V Joseph Glenn Cooper, ZBT Elaine Core, AAII Carol Glynn Cousins, AAA Eileen Cowan, X9 Thomas Wayne Creed, ATA VI Diane Lee Cross, AAII Jane Cross Virginia Ann Crowell, EK Vivian Lee Cruz, QM Carolyn Cruze, KA VII Sandra Lee Cunningham, ZTA Betty Joyce Daniel Jo Ann Davenport, AI' Olive Elizabeth Davis, X9 Thomas Wilson Davis, ATA VIII Alice L. Deatherage, AEA Warren Harvey Dill, EN Linda Dobbs, AAII J. D. Dodd, EQE John Murray Douglas, Jr., KE IX John Benjamin Downey, KE John W. Duke, QIQEK Preston Thomas Duke, ATQ Joe Houston Duncan Glenna Lee Durham, AAA Memphis Greefnback Tazewell Rockwood Oak Ridge Cleveland Nashville New Mexico Harrison Memphis Nashville Chattanooga Huntsville, Ala. Alexandria, Va. Camden Nashville Winter Park, Fla. Knoxville Chattanooga Greeneville Memphis Chattanooga Oak Ridge La Grange Knoxville Johnson City Jamestown Jacksonville, Fla. Coral Gables, Fla. Maryville New Tazewell Tullahoma LaFolletbe Memphis Laurel Springs, N.C. Annandale, Va. Huntingdon Erwin Parsons Lexington Nashville White Bluff Collierville Thompson Station Tullahoma I John T. Ellington, Jr. Carolyn Lee Ellis, AOH Duke Gale Ellis, ATS? Anne J. Emmons, AAA Webb Clinton Eskew, KE II Norman Dane Estep, CIJAG Camille Frances Ethier, AOII Grace Jolly Ewing, AAII Mary Louise Ewing, ZTA Nettie A. Farris III Judith Orman Feflts, AAA Jacqueline Claire Fisher, QM William Carl Fisher, IIKA Gina Marie Fornara, A011 Valerie Sue Foster IV Edgar Lee Fraker, EfI1E Kenneth Dean Franklin, KE Charlotte Elaine Fritts, IPM Nancy Elizabeth Fugate, ISA Patricia Gail Fuller, AEA V Barbara Dian Fulton, X9 Nancy Marie Gardner, ZTA Eston Lane Garrett Alice Beverly Gass, A011 Bettye Elaine Gay, X52 VI Jo Ann Gentry James William Gieselmann, EAE Patty Giles, AAA Gloria L. Gillenwater Jeanne Givens, AEA VII Paul Douglass Goddard, Jr., QFA Carter L'amour Grady Brenda Lou Graham Wanda Faye Graham Ann Grannis, EK VIII Harriett Patricia Greene, AFA Mark Bentley Greenfield, EX Perry Coe Greer, KA Donald C. Grob Patricia Marie Grogan IX Walter Charles Haffner, HKA James Nolan Hall, EX Joan Arlene Hamiill, KA George Henry Harding, KZ L. John Harris, EAE Sprucewood Kingsport Dyersburg Tullahoma Columbia Albany, Ga. Dandridge Candor, N.C. Nashville Rockvale Nashville Nashville Glen Cove, L.I., N.Y. 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I 31 -Awwfi' , ,A A A Af -4' J '?',f ' W f'f?33'4,, ' fini A Z5 4 'Alias ' ef' KQEAAXA A Qzggggzf' I f Q- fgwghgtf fs livin V , Agwgfg -- fff y - ig - q,A3AtTg,,fAAA3 , My 2 V25 wgqfzzwfv--,Q, AA fi ufywwfy - A fwfg,12z:-zgwif. ?fAA-Lf A A sfvwfmw M f f 27 fri W we-gg - Af 2 ,gl 321.4 A K 4 , 'X 'few f ' ff' VOLUNTEER OE THE 'YEAR The Volunteer of the Year . . . Omicron Delta Kappa . . . Who's Who . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . Distinguished Military Student award . . . presiding at ISA meetings . . . taking advantage of U.T.'s Honors Program . . . counseling at New Melrose . . . leading his party in campus politics and SGA . . . drinking coffee at the E8zE . . . choosing folk-singers for Nahheeyayli Board . . . a credit to his School, his family, and Jackson, Tennessee . . . Volunteer of the Year-MAX PARRISH. , r was -f is ' J., -f fl A R :Z K fi H MSN? lx A' W it ' W ln... f-"""" U MISS TENNESSEE Miss Tennessee . . . Top Vol Beauty . . . Mortar Board Citation . . . Who's Who . . . Homecoming Court . . . working for Chi Omega . . . swimming for Intramural championships . . . a Charlotte, North Carolinian cheer- ing for the Vols . . . taking pictures of the campus . . . making Phi Kappa Phi . . . living in the Honor Dorm . . . eating at Sophie's . . . playing in the snow . . . enjoying her major: radio and television . . . knowing that hap- piness is four full and Wonderful years as a U.T .... . . . coed . . . Miss Tennessee-WALLENE THREAD- GILL. O9 Ng sq! MQSW' M121 Q A 52 ' Q 1 M 5. , .A M , fail: , . .,.. ,. J., ,a ww k " Q MST' Q V W? I. . . -.,-. . v ' N K Awfnf 'ix -,X 1 KATHERINE LOUISE DECKER Alpha Omicron Pi President AWS Treasurer Mortar Board Merrill-Palmer Home Economics Award U5 E mf vu Ui WM :U CID www M ,wwf 5 z Q S ANNE CARTER DEMPSTER Chi Omega President GE College Bowl Mortar Board Treasurer Student Forum Executive Board mmimur W Q iiimfi, 'Q W W. L ' , ,, , , ,rw 1f,:1L:w,1,Mv,Ni W w,g,,5f'f 4 W-W fN..w...,w-Mw.,,,,, "fm, f Mfw . ""fHw,f.h .qw , I WW V, WE "U my H E Q DS L4 o my 2 W F1 :D F' TF' '4 'U N599 5'-sd? U'g,'E.m EHS-Ecu mmmm C30 Q Ewa' P-sg-E am-W m"U 55- 23 0 '42- :3-' UIQ.- E. Og f-4 El., 5 cz- Z3 , E K. fig. f , .,...., ,.,, .,., . A ff Xwasb B E A R E R S Kilim.. VALINDA LOUISE EASON Sigma Kappa Vice-President AWS President Mortar Board Historian State Home Economics Club President LYNN BARKER OLIVER Pi Beta Phi Vice-President AWS President Mortar Board SFOB Board L i I 100 B E A R E R S nu, pe 'U MAX RAY PARRISH ISA President Volunteer of the Year Phi Eta Sigma SF OB Board V IOI 1- a d:'fyHs1 all' p ..W,. M.E!3wT0RCH f Y MOFFETT BENTON SMITH SGA President Scarabbean Ornicron Delta Kappa Tau Beta Pi Phi Sigma Kappa 102 11,5 R051 nit! if.. a .fr- ,arf in - ' xi x f 'N xt. B E E R S NATHAN RAY THACH, JR Tau Beta Pi President ASNEE President Phi Eta Sigma ACE Board Phi Gamma Delta IO 3- EDNA WALLENE THREADGILL Chi Omega Vice-President Miss Tennessee Miss Volunteer Cheerleader 'K nm T O R C H . F F gi' we Aikhsnf' 5' lf 3 lf Q I Q l ll SI' uf' itil i"l Pe, 104 B E A R E R 'Knew MARTHA ELIZABETH WILLIAMS Beta Gamma Sigma President AWS Council Mortar Board President IO Homecoming Queen 5 WHO,S WHO I Libby Williams David McLain A1111 Bill Marks Valinda Eason Frank Murtaugh Kenneth Bouldin gr 'S is fa 1.L 1 1 Michael Murphy, Lynn Oliver, Lloyd Stanley. i I :,':-,I. 4, ,- ff if I 2 1 -I W mf Y , all , -fly R i a 5 N-1 1 ., R ,V lf 2- s. V Pat Blurton Linda Bettis, Gene Withrow i ,..i .. H ,i', .. " ,J 2 7 5 4 1 Frances Brasko Matt McClellan Nancy Nickell Pat Patters A 2 Q 5 ERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES i C31'01yn Leffell Anne Dempster 1 Tommy Leek, Sue Ogdin Ashle Patsi Keally Ray Thach - nil' E? HB. 7 .SL Y ,nav A R In Jack Ransom, Virginia Lowe Benton Smith Anne Moore Linda Jennings Higgins, April Gardner Max Parrish. Jane Johnson, Pat Williams Walter Bussart, Kathy Decker, Sam Ramer Wallene Treadgill. ,r.,,, ,Z W V mg Efgy ,gfpyf , My '5 PV Q' A! , , if X - ww, V f as u S f . , . , XA,3,f,, , ,,rr 1 e, r r I sfLtf:f,fwas?5',' , i f i 5 my . ,fiffi T' ,E l 5' sim Egg g. 1 K J 50-W we Sca ra bbean 4 'ELTA K PPA D A M ik 3 Joe Dean Ashley Ronnie Waylon Cochran Joseph Campbell Cook, Jr. Eddie Norrid Duncan James Kelly Giffen Hal David Hall Roy George Kerr Thomas S. Leek Matthew Samuel McClellan Michael Murphey John William Myers Max Ray Parrish Larry Dean Partain INN' .ORT R President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Historian Patricia Joan Keally Carolyn Anne Leffcll Lynn Barker Oliver Martha Elizabeth Williams OFFICERS Catherine Eleanor Krug Rosemary Bird Lee Carolyn Ann Lelfell Therese Carolyn Lynn Richard McFadden Martin Daniel Lee McCord John Melvin McCray Jolfm William McHugh Ann Mclntire William Howard Moore Mary Lind Morrison Layman Dewitt Moyers Diamond S. Napolitan David Elbert Nichols Joseph William 0'Haire Hubert Franklin O'Hinger Lynn 'Barker Oliver Frances G. Osborne Rebecca June Passmore Larry Gene Patterson Randall Douglas Peters Mary Emily Pipes Thomas Rich Puryear Samuel C. Ramer Carolyn Gay Rayder Edna Mae Rector Patsy Ann Reynolds Frances Brasko Ridgill Lynda Kay Ritchie James Manley Rochelle Judith Patricia Rowland Alex Ruth Wilma Ann Sanford Phyllis Annette Shellabarger Inez Evan Shelton X James Leroy Shields Mary Owenby Silvey ' Ben Burton Solomon Frank Edward Scarbrough Thomas Allan Scott Augusta Syty James I. Tankersley Garland S. Teague, Jr. Martha Sue Taylor Nathan Raymond Thach Edna Wallene Threadgill Joyce Ellen Turner Heliana F. Varela William T. Warden Gay Wilson West Robert Glenn Wilder Martha Elizabeth Williams PROFESSOR L R SHOBE William Donald Williams WILLIAM F BOONF Mary Adeline Wirm DR J R MONTGOMERY Jerry Parker Wrenn HOWARD LUMSDEN Karl Frederick Yena ALPHA Q. S 1. 7 Joan Marie Adam Ailsie Faye Baker Sarah Rebecca Blankenship Lucille Elizabeth Browder Betty Joyce Daniel Sandra Faye Dean Sandra Duncan Wilma Sue Grillin Jane Holman Lynne Kelley Hubbell Penelope Jane Hutchinson Reita Wattenbarger Donald H. Martin Kenneth D. McCasland John J. McCain David R. McClelland Edward W. Melieynolds Paul B. Milligan Mehran Parsee Larry D. Partain Richard M. Pearson Randall D. Peters Benjamin A. Petty Richard W. Poe Patrick J. Pomphrcy Thomas R. Puryear Samuel C. Ramer C. Roger Riley Charles Ross Frank E. Scarbrough Thomas Charles L. Sharpe Bennie R. Shuler Curtis A. Siller, Jr. David V. Smith Roy H. Smith James C. Sparks Mark A. Spivey Eric C. Stewart Forrest D. Stewart Robert M. Tate Garland S. Teague, Jr. Nathan R. Thaeh, Jr. Stephen T. Thornton Dalton L. Townsend Richard P. Tucker William E. Wade, Jr. Thomas C. Waggoner Don G. Wallace Harold C. Warner Hubert L. Whaley David V. White Albert E. Wilhelm Kenneth O. Wilmouth Hal H. Yarbrough OFFICERS President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer TA BETA PI RAY THACH R. W. COCHRAN KENNETH BOULDIN CHUCK APLIN R. M. LAFORGE iiill iiiil M sum. A 11,5 Q , 5 73774 f ti L, i J. .M QM sw in K4 ll El ax, a1i"E'i The national headquarters of Tau Beta Pi, the largest engineering organizar tion in the world, are at the University of Tennessee. Membership is open to those who meet the fraternity's standards of integrity and breadth of interest in both engineering and the outside world. II M W 4 Row 1: Gene Patterson, Robert Hicks, John C. Fritz, Ken Bouldin, Ron Cochran. Row 2: Kent McCune, Herman F. Haiech, Alvin 1 Connelly, Donald W. Lane, William W. Boyd. Row 3: William l K. Crowley, William R. Riley, Robert W. Brandon, Francesco Iannuzzi, Detlef R. Matt, Landon N. Kenny, Row 4: James H. Clinton, Hilman J. Hargis, Kenneth R. Carr, Wallace J. McAfee, S. Ronald Irwin, James H. Gibbs. Row 5: Ray Thach, Dick Pur- year, Kyle Collins, Jay Noe, Don Watt, II Novice Slip-stick Slippers F ':'..J var 79" N:-sf , BETA GAMMA SIGMA President Libby Williams First Row: James C. Cotham, Frank B. Ward, Noel Lynn Galloway, H. S. Norton, Wolfgang W. Schiefcr. Second Row: Bill Scott Portis, Libby Wil- liams, Pat Rowland, John Ross, Dr. David Chambers, John Ross. Third Row: Benny B. Solomon, James H. McLean, Leroy B. Bible, Mary O. Silvey, James W. Bennett, Dan Dale. OFFICERS President LIBBY WILLIAMS Vice-President WOLFGANG SCHIEFER Secretary NOEL LYNN GALLOW AY Advisor DR. DAVID S. CHAMBERS Beta Gamma Sigma's members, chosen from the fields of business administration and commerce on a basis of academic standing, encourage scholarship and accomplishment in the field of business studies. 116 The outstanding coeds in the College of Home Economics are rewarded by membership into Omicron Nu, provided they have a 3.0, or above, academic standing. As they promote lead- ership, scholarship, and research, the members of Omicron Nu strive to interest others in the extensive programs of home economics. OFFICERS President MARY WINN Vice-President MARTHA DANIELS Secretary BARBARA DUNCAN Treasurer WANDA JORDAN Editor LYNN OLIVER Omicron Nu's membership includes several graduate students and the following undergraduate students: Ann Barrigar, Mar- sha Dansil, Kathy Decker, Betty Ann Dickson, Linda Eason, Linda Ellis, Pat Harper, Lynne Hoover, Wanda Jordan, Jerrie McGhee, Wanda McPeak, Myra Morrow, Judy Muldrew, Lynn Oliver, Elizabeth Shafer, Annette Shellebarger, Helen Taylor, Mary Winn, and Janie Wright. "A stitch in time saves . . . green stamps." - Duncan Hines r President Mary Winn OMICRON NU X" '7 4 gklfixl I 117 C5 lm .- '33 . .V ' " Ml 13.1 I I 'f ' xh' A Q ,v W 1 1 1 Q First Row: Chester Crider, Larry Gene Smith, James Fisher, Ken Bouldin, Joe Rives, Bill Boyd, Charles Nelson. Second Row: Herman F. Haisch, Walter H. Bailey, John C. Fritz, Kent K. Mc- Cune, Larry Price, Alvin Connelly, Kyle Collins, J. W. Rose. Third Row: G. W. Hoffman, David Howell, Charles Gardner, Robert Daniel, Tom Barnett, Kenneth W. McPeak, William L. Kilpatrick. calvin-,ix 4 First Row: Charles Walker, Ralph Richardson, James Gibbs, Daryl Armentrout, Don Massey. Second Row: Richard D. Hodge, James M. Pendergrass, Jr., Don R. Watt, William Scott Trimble, Jr., Don R. Hassell, Ali R. Kariml. Third Row: Gary Lynn Peters, Glenn Thomas Malone, Robert E. Rose, Heng-yeh Lin, Victor Robert Defenderfer, Jr., Jerre Wilson. II KAPPA ETA Members of Eta Kappa Nu discuss and present achievements in the field of electrical engineering as they serve as an influential factor in the co-ordination of the University's engineering program. CHI EPSILO fb- 22 Chi Epsilon encourages students in civil engineering to become successful in their chosen Held. First Row' Dianne Milford Mary Chambers Sandy Vaughn Llewellyn Henley, Carol Monroe. Second Row: Elizabeth Dooley, D 11 5 f , , A Marilyn Terry, Carolyn Brasher Walker, Judy Creswell, Char- 'J' fl ' -ix lotte Sue Anderson. Third Row: James O. Swain, Mrs. Katherine fb - J y , k Barton, Mayda Belle Gill, Mrs. James Bradford, Dr. Theodoro :gi M... il' Ferrer. Fourth Row: Edward D. Terry, Walter H, Heilmas, 5 We U Jerome P. Harper, John G. Morton. i f A 7 .I , Z , - A , ' :IL 'b A 'w First Row: John Rainwater, William K. Crowley, Roger Rhodes, Presidentg Gurth Baron, Vice-Presidentg Ernest C. Holdredge. Second Row: Robert McDonald, Harry Miller, John Abel, Tom Budniak, Jim Brimer. 119 STI? iii' 1 , wg , ,E I XXX ffm' f, jay L'Los estudiantes excepcionales en la lengua espanola partenecen a Sigma Delta Pi." The Spanish honorary, composed of students who excel in Spanish and show an interest in its culture and customs, sponsors many pro- grams with Spanish motifs throughout the year. PHI A ALPHA Phi Mu Alpha is the University's honorary organiza- tion for male students who demonstrate an interest 1n music and in the welfare of the brotherhood of musi- cians. Talented women in the College of Education strive for LA A A membership in Pi Lamda Theta, a professional sorority, which encourages interest and research in creative ed- ucation. Wg' 1 ilzxf' I, - .12 . -,-. .En ,. A'-ifii K , ' 'W MEM BERS Elixabeth Brixey Norene Bo art Ilene Brown Rachel Cotham, y 8 , . Mattie Campen, Billie Ray Elliot, Minnie Merle Carmichael Maryon Clonts, Irene Cobb, Phyllis Coker, Margaret Cuning-y gim, Lawrence DeRidder,' June Drurnheller, Mary Furchetgott, Sue Geren, Clair Gilbert, Mildred Graumke, Kathlean Graves Margaret Heins, Addie Hilliard, Connie Hewitt, Helen Henry Pat Hunter, Joyce Jones, Jane Johnston, Juliaette Jones 110 Virginia Kurko, Alberta Lowe, Mildred Maggart, Elizabeth Martinson, Eugenia Mauldin, Pauline Miller, Mary Alice Money, Betty Jane Overton, Margaret Pletsch, Dorthy Ryan, Anna H. Rector, Wonza Sharp, Mary Snodderly, Betty Taylor, Helen Taylor, Carolyn Rose Trusler, Helen Watson, Martha Williams, Barbara Zumstein, Rheba Akard, Yvonne Buckner, Elise Davis, Carol McSpadden. Alpha Zeta, a national honorary fraternity composed A of agriculture majors in the top forty percent of their respective classes, promotes the standards of scholar- ship, character, and leadership, as well as providing seminars and scholarships. if . . . , ni ' , 'l , AL- V 4:4 fl. 'M f jg? 'f First Row: Larry Peters, Rex Kimbro, Jimmy Kirk, Ed Lawson, Frank McCalla, Jay Stansbury, Anthony Jenkins, John S. Keller, Garlin Ray Wilson. Second Row: William McClelland, Tom Strasser, Bill Testerman, Bill Branch, John Jordan, Albert Carr, Richard Shadden, James McConnell, Charles Burgess. Third 17.1 Row: Larry Kerr, Dennie Stewart, Richard Daughterty, T. Gerald McClintock, Thomas Calvert. lfourth Row: Jim R. Lynn, Kenneth Kemp, David Pearson, Raymond A. Holt, Charles Moyers, Jim Benson, Alfred Ramsey, S. A. Griffin, R. S. Dotson. 'P+ X N . , . ., 5 :MKTIR nfl? 21' -4 BOOL -- if fv?r':i ,S '7 ' 'I' - ,H ,!z'5.-,, f" 1- iff' :.s1,:.wg 41,.-,ek is ,,f-"Ulf fs'-I-F5 5' V'W3'Z"'f-'-Y ' A 1' sew f. , 4 i ., f3,:f5wqQ.wzAm5-wife' Q my f Q gg ,, 1- 1. M wg , V 4' ff .dafeffwmixt-a,sfWi 1 I 1 5 M.. x -"' 1" In ,A-""'! jf E X f' .'- is f ff ,, , s X Q is 'o ,J ,fx ,mv , 'hx if-,, Wx' PAN HELLEN IC COUNCIL The Panhellenic Council is composed of two represen- tatives and the President from each of the fifteen sorori- ties on the University of Tennessee campus, and the executive board which is composed of the President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Rush Chairman, and Assistant Rush Chairman. The first four officers are delegated by a rotation system among the sororities, and the Rush Chairman is selected on a screening basis. The purpose of the Panhellenic Council is to cooper- ate with college authorities in maintaining high social and scholastic standards, and to carry out policies of the National Panhellenic Council concerning sorority aftairs. The main purpose of the National Panhellenic Council is to promote "thinking panhellenicallyn rather than being concerned only with one's particular group. The Panhellenic Council governs all rush regulations, and all matters involving the business matters of the sororities as a group. The Panhellenic Council sponsors the Junior Panhel- lenic Council, which is composed of pledge class repre- sentatives. Panhellenic works with the Interfraternity Council in Greek Week activities, and with I.F.C. co- sponsors an annual Christmas party for orphaned chil- dren Seated: Judy Thirloway, Vice-President, Standing: April Gard- ner, President: Susan Lackey, Assistant Rush Chairman, Anne Rector, Treasurer. Not Pictured: Charlene Harb, Rush Chair- man: Betsy Irwin, Secretary. 17.4 APRIL GARDNER, PRESIDENT ECI? AX AAH FA ? Ill i OH AAA Al' AZ KA CDM IIBCD EK ZT Sue Flner Sandra Hochenburg AEK? Sarah Blble Nancy Love, Jane T1gert Susan Follett A! Ann Chandler Judy Lowe KA AXQ Carol Koella Pat Crosby AAH Janxe Wrlght Bentley Donna Tlppet J1llBett1s QIDNI Ph1ll1s Glfford Sheryl Jones IIBQID Brownmg AIA Becky Temple Katl Benson X A Sandra Dun- Glenda Howell Gmny Crowel Wx Gall Edwards L1ndaHundley can Llnda Townsend KOH Dlanne Crow Llnda Brown Kflg ZTA. Judy Self Patty Glles AAA Sandy Cudd Dawn ONeal AIN .fd pda 6,0 ibn pdi i"i'-'ir Wulf M if ll i -all g AEPhi expects more in '64! After Rush was over AEPhi did just fine, we're so proud of our new pledge class of nine . . . To present our pledge class to the Greeks of U-T, we had a pledge formal with ADPi and KD... Annual Our versatility we did display on Sigma Chi's Derby Day . . . To Gatlinburg the AEPhi's did go, and loads of spirit we did show . . . Fire engines and Ex- pledges rate, to mittees of hard Lax and ??? that we froze, kept actives and alike on their toes . . . In activities we always show the campus that AEPhi is great . . . com- and contests, we go out for them all. It's lots work but we have a ball . . . Our scholarship banquet with ZBT, honored our pledges' grades at UT . . . We honored other of our "cream de la creme," Judy P. even got a kiss from J .M .... Our Chanukah party at Ecker's fGailQ, helped to add more pounds on the scale . . . "latkes" and sour cream and a wonderful gift, gave us a before-finals lift . . . Back from vacation we started to work, in a group of our size not one girl can shirk . . . A Bingo and raffle helped to raise dough, so the furniture fund for a new room would grow . . . In March, at a Conclave at Florida U., we sunbathed and met other AEPhi's too . . . Our Parents' Weekend and formal in April was great. That was also the month we elected a new slate . . . A tea for our moms on Mother's Day was our big project for the month of May . . . An- other houseparty topped it all, we finished our Rush plans for next fall . . . We hope this poem has filled the bill, to show you what AEPhi's like at "the Hill." ALPHA First Row: Ronna Bloom, Ann Davis, Gail Ecker, Sue Finer, Pritchard, Natalie Shulimson, Judy Stuzin. Marlene Halperin, Sandra Hochenberg. Not Pictured: Marilyn Arotsky, Susan Busch, Linda Plattner. Second Row: Dottie Kellman, Nadine Kolick, Penny Lee, Judy I2 President, SUE FINER Seated: Susan Busch, Secretaryg Sandra Hochenberg, Vice-President. Stan Dottie Kellman, Treasurer. SIG A CHAPTER 17.7 ding: i 'if C xi---'---1' I0 A V A 1 f r Ldff , 10" obdqdwagu va 5-Vw Cornpone here we come . . . fun? . . . sisterhood . . . work . . . and lots of it . . . You will report . . . How many Nausia's did you say? . . . Well, now that you mentioned it! . . . Don't, knock the lean-to down that is . . . LeAnn's hard floor . . . eye-glasses really an- tiques . . . looks like Christmas . . . and what kind of tree did you say it would be . . . time for a straw vote . . . painted 'em myself, and freehand too . . . smells like hay . . . gazuntite . . . but itis to be my life's work, interior design that is . . . Ras-p-berry First Row: Mary Jane Abernathy, Brenda Basler, Nancy Bas- night, Sara Bible, Cheryl Bingham, Blake Birdwell, Bobbi Buck- ingham, Carol Childs, Pam Cooper, Piercy Cutter, Beth Davis, Mikki Davis, Karen Dickey, Sarah Ditmore, Doris Duke, Betty Lou Dyer, Rosie Dynesius, Gail Goforth. Second Row: Elaine A 0 ega maybe? . . . beach boogies girls . . . she's OK, BUT . . . Barbara and Sarah join Karen and Jaye . . . Who's to follow? . . . Oh, to be a senior . . . that's the freshman cry . . . All Sing here we come . . . to win again, of course . . . ok, let's take it from the top . . . Carnicus too . . . roll'em . . . for the last time my name is not Good- book . . . whoever has my little frog, plez return it . . . just forty more orange skirts and everybody will have one . . . Chippy's gonna bring back a kangaroo mascot next trip . . . 'member, things'll look up . . . teas . . . formal visits . . . Miss Henry, please miss the event at U.T. hospital tonight, we need you . . . fire in the house, Cutter and Cooper first class scouts . . . the life of a pledge . . . Virginia in Russia last summer . . . J ohnson's banner, points, hurrah . . . Ruth B. blond of the year . . . she's our gal . . . you cannot sell your record player, Fran . . . hop to it . . . good pledges always reroll paper on a stick . . .careful the Hoors are slick . . . who did you say helped with the wax? . . . "Tennessee,s got a WHALE of a team" . . . Loughran in New York . . . help . . . Andy from the Canal Zone . . . Watters in Aus- tralia . . . Alpha Chi's all over . . . you can't beat that with a stick . . . sisterhood plus . . . that's what we have . . . HIGH HOPES! DELTA Greer, Becky Gunn, Mary Gunn, Sandy Harris, Gretchen Hasl- bauer, Lynne Haubenreich, Carolyn Head, Judy Henry, Leslie Heuer, Marie Hines, Betty Honeycutt, Barbara Jenkins, Tom Lambert, LeAnn Loughran, Nancy Love, Pam Mabry, Pam Magee, Alice Massey. Third Row: Mary Jane Miller, Suzy Mock, I2 l , Y 1 i il 3 W, . ' ,gl , , 0 ,aw 'lux -X R QL li ' an President, BLAKE BIRDWELL Seated: Nancy Lambert, 2nd Vice-President, Carolyn Head, 1st Vice-President: Sarah Ditmore, Recording Secretary. Standing: Sarah Bible, Treasurer, Leslie Heuer, Corresponding Secretary. PI CHAPTER Andy Nash, Sally Offutt, Donna Pennington, Martie Phillips, Martha Rawlings, Kathy Reeves, Donna Rogers, Sandy Shaw, Cathy Smith, Jan Stanley, Diane Strange, Fran Thomason, Vir- ginia Turner, Jeannie Vogel, Judie Watters, Gail Webb. Fourth 17.9 Row: Gloria Weiss, Nancy Wondolowski, Jaye Wood. Not Pic- tured: Carolyn Baker, Denise Brown, Cathy Clark, Glendora Jenkins, Melody Metke, Grace Montgomery, Karen Shepard, Jane Stewart, Adelaide Sumpter. I0 Alpha's roar back to campi . . . rush 'em up . . . remember the big "R" . . . get the 30 sharpest pledges . . . "Alpha Doodle Poodle" tops again . . . yes, we're sharp . . . Yes, we wear weejuns . . . Ellington secretary of frosh . . . DeAnna beats band as head majorette . . . off to Cove Lake for houseparty . . . "Bridge, anyone?" . here comes Homecoming . . . yes, our display takes top honors . . . sisters keep trophies coming in . . . "Baili" First Row: Linda Bailey, Ann Baker, Becky Brown, Mary Sue Brumback, Janice Clark, Elaine Core, Pat Crosby, Diane Cross, Pat Cunningham, Fran Davis, Scott Davis, Carolyn Dew, Linda Dobbs, Diana Dukes, Donna Dukes, Anne Ellington, Sally Ever- ett, Jolly Ewing. Second Row: Sherri Fleming, Joella Gamer, A136 ' is "Tau" sweetheart . . . Mary sweetheart of the Delts . . . "I love an Alpha Delta Pi" . . . still hear those Sigma Chi fans best . . . Jolly screams "Phi Gam" . . . Rickman plans spirit tricks . . . "Someone please wear the Raid can" . . . "All Bran Fran" grabs SAE pin . . . Pat gets her "diamond" badge . . . Susan keeps scholarship high, prexy of Alpha Lambda Delta . . . Big-Little Sister banquet brings forth chapter poets . . . Dianna and Scott march with Air Force ROTC . . . Sandy's thoughts roam toward Memphis . . . Paula secretary of SGA . . . and then there was the night a mouse came to chapter meeting . . . "Hoff" heads AWS judicial board . . . Frances Wood practices the Highland Fling . . . Baker, Werner dream of intramural golf . . . Alpha Kappa Wins scholarship award from national . . . "Who, us?" . . . Phelps pounds keys as O 85 W society editor . . . "What ever happened to AK Kapers?" Hankins and Ide hum Navy fight song . . . "Is that really a wig, Diana?" . . . Stalcup is a Pike calendar girl . . . Everette, Baker, Cunningham on Frosh Board . . . Annette reads every "Nashville Tennessean" . . . Cinna business man- ager of Tennessee Girl . . . Faye, Becky, LeeLee practice Army salutes . . . "Korea'? Korea!" . . . Alums' Guide for Brides scores another success . . . Judy and Zee play "wicked" ukes . . . Alphas and dates party at annual dinner-dance . . . "Sweet violets, sweeter than the roses" . . . Black Diamond banquet celebrates our 44th year at U-T . . . Alpha soars higher . . . the diamond and clasped hand . . . FOREVER!!! ALPHA Susan Guion, Peggy Hankins, Suzanne Harris, Susan Hillis, Lynne Hoover, Ann Hoffmeyer, Faye Hurley, Paula Ide, Ginna Jones, Pete Jones, Rusha Kinard, Frances Kirkpatrick, Jerelyn Lee, Mary Lewis, Kathryn Loving, Jeanie Martin. Third Row: Susie Montgomery, Marilyn Murphy, Carol Overholt, Rosa- 130 at ffiii f A - ' 5 I .rife ,ef , ff' V 'ft rr-MN A K K R se: I f mix , ,QQ 9545: ,f 5 J", X , i 4' gf? - iff ai , ig, ..., N, President, ANN HOFFMEYER Seated: Mary Lou McGowan, Recording Secretary, Lynne Hoover, Treasurer, Scott Davis, Assistant Vice-President. Standing: Kitty Roberts, Corresponding Secretary, DeAnna Smith, Vice-President. KAPPA CHAPTER lind Perrin, Leah Phelps, Susan Poole, Nancy Powell, Janet Putman, Mary Kay Putman, Becky Rickman, Kitty Roberts, Marilyn Ross, Harriet Ruble, DeAnna Smith, Susan Stalcup, Ellen Steify, Susie Stedhens, Annette Teffeteller. Fourth Row: Nancy Tice, Mary Jane Tilson, Cheryl Tucker, Pat Vander Voort, Linda Venable, Louise Wedluga, Bobbie Werner, Jayne Wilson, Becky Wolfe, Frances Wood. Not Pictured: Kathy Bowling, Pat Bowyer, Sharon Crompton, Betty Dyer, Jolly Ewing, Katherine Hoyle, Sandy Hefsteadler, Karol Koella, Betsy Modlin, Mary Lou McGowan, Marion Ragan, Mary Roberts, Becky Sharp, Judy Smith, Zee Wall. . V 'V . " l A' Nils 131 ,M 8 till, Fouuo First Row: Polly Allen, Ruth Allen, Mary Binkley, Minga Bohl- mann, Bentley Browning, Sylvia Burchett, Mary Campbell, Nancy Colley, Donna Dixon, Linda Ellis, Marilyn Field, Sharon Flemming, Marilyn Gates, Pat Greene, Judy Greenwood, Ginger I-leigh-ho . . . Heigh-ho . . . it's off to Work we go . . . Back on the Hill . . . Alpha Gains right to work . . . After our fine new pladges were safely gathered into the fold . . . things resumed a more normal pace . . . But "settled downi' doesn't mean "got dull"! . . . Far from it! . . . Pledge dance . . . Coke parties . . . Christmas party . . . houseparty . . . formals . . . IRD . . . good times for all Alpha Gams . . . Busy AGD's seen all over campus . . . committees . . . chairmanships . . . service projects . . . political organizations . . . the 081W helped to occupy Alpha Gamsy time . . . busy as beavers . . . still time to study . . . Proud of our Panhellenic Scholarship Improvement Trophy . . . continued high scholarship!?! . . . This year over . . . Alpha Gamma Deltas look forward to a happy . . . busy . . . successful year to come. GAMMA Hunter. Second Row: Dinah Kelly, Pat Langford, Sue Lester, Kay McCasland, Sharon McDonald, Susan Mitchell, Celia Murphy, Jackie Needham, Julia Nicholson, Judy Ohlson, Paula Parker, 137. Vflli f W' 23? f ,fx S I ,ag E Qi. 45' . a+g,aF3l5"?r 24512 35.1 President, PHYLLIS SOWELL U CHAPTER . , f i5""'f"f"' 5 , a ii Seated: Dinah Kelley, Treasurerg Linda Ellis, 2nd Vice-President. Standing: Sue Lester, lst Vice-President, Jill Swenson, Secretary. Linda Jo Powell, Sally Ross, Margaret Salyer, Jo Schaffer, Bon- Nancy Waggoner, Anne Walker, Janie Wright, Linda Young. nie Schoonover. Third Row: Janet Seiber, Lucy Sowell, Phyllis Not Pictured: Barbara Campbell, Mary Greer, Carol McPhear- Sowell, Kathy Stager, J ohnanna Stoner, Jill Swenson, Judy Vires, son. Elaine Rector, Mary Stonecipher, Gerrianne Tuttle. 133 ,ii Mm s vp- 65 Xl' ye 5' .XI rb- R 1 'i Q ENN Il! gg " , .'g FQ First Row: Carol Ann Abele, Andi Adams, Sandie Armstrong, Linda Ballard, Judy Bartley, Judy Barton, Sharon Boyer, Linda Burchell, Judy Burgess, Linda Brown, Bette Carlson, Gail Comer, Joan Cooley, Nancy Davis, Cile Deathrage, Judy Dow, Sandra DuBose, Penny Dumas. Second Row: Carol Ebert, Linda Ebert, Rush was a panic . . . But results were the best . . . The robin's our new bird . . . "The Pink Rose" our fav- orite song . . . Who's Who?, Carolyn that's who . Seen in the ranks of the ROTC boys are Rita, Carol, and Lydia . . . Woe is we for this year we cannot run Bette for any beauty title, she's won them all . . . Rita's in her shoes with No. 2 Vol Beauty on her list . . . Ann and Judy are not far behind . . . Judy and Bette will twirl their way to fame while Ann sings on . . . High hopes for All-Sing and Carnicus, with the talent . . . how can we miss? . . . Our composite frame is black, do you know why? Our pledges do . . . Artists galore do we have . . . the big three strike again, ha ha . . . Becky has rushed but gone no place . . . Kati rushed most to get her 4.0 . . . Ann represents us in Panhellenic . . . All of our treasures can be found in the closet . . . Vickie and Maggie are our Political bosses . . . Carolyn's veep of Mortar Board . . . To see our pledges at their best just attend a Kidnap Breakfast . . . All in all it's been fun . . . hope the same next year. GAMMA Julie Estill, Gail Fuller, Jeanne Givens, Emily Gloster, Sammy Hodges, Sharon Ann Hodges, Anita Huray, Linda Hyer, Nancy James, Janet Keough, Carol Kucks, Carolyn Leffell, Leanore Lewin, Vickie Locke, Judy Luther, Lydia Luttrell. Third Row: Pat Lynch, Kathy McCulloch, Marguerite McLoughlin, Jeannie I President, CAROLYN LEFELL Se ated: Judy Bartley, Treasurer, Jean Schiffman, Corresponding Secretary, Linda Ebert, 2nd Vice-President. Standing: Cheryl Wachtel, Recording Secretary, Sue Norman, 1st Vice-President. CH PTER Mazzei, Ann Mercer, Lanie Mitchell, Rita Munsey, Susan Nor- man, A.nn Petree, Julie Rankin, Barbara Rawlston, Ann Rector, Jean Schiffman, Pat Sivert, Mary Louise Smith, Becky Temple, Susan Tredinnick, Sharon Webb. Fourth Row: Diane Wear, Sara Wilson, Gayle Wulk. Not Pictured: Kati Benson, Mary Bruce, Linda Capps, Shirley Carlson, Beverly Duncan, Sandy Helsley, Judy Huskisson, Lindy Strom, Cheryl Wachtel, Martha Warren, Carolyn Workman. I i ., X pl. First Row: Pat Anderson, Linda Aurin, Wanda Bailey, Cynthia Baggett, Patti Baumgardner, Martha Bidwell, Cilla Brandau, Ann Bratton, Anne Breazeale, Pam Brooks, Pat Campen, Ann Carter, Dolly Caywood, Betty Cole, Roe Ellen Coleman, Sue Colley, Betty Gail Cooper, Anne Craddock, Carolyn Craig, Kathy Decker. Second Row: Mandy Dietzen, Gayle Dodd, Carolyn micron ' "Everything's comin' up roses" . . . AOPi roses that is . . . back in the swing . . . Town Lodge reunion . . . Rush . . . like going through a meat grinder . . . the ones that come out fresh as a daisy at 6 A.M.! . . . Cutie Pi,s the most in bibs . . . high back and low backs, that is . . . Aunt Jemima . . . Sisters, pass the lovin' cup around! . . . Pledging to organ music . . . Pledge dance, taste of what's in stock . . . Derby . . . so near and yet so far! . . . anyone for barbecue? . . . what a group . . . "Eats roses . . . drinks champagne . . . " Hmmmmm . . . smelling like roses fin burlapj . . . all for spirit!? . . . Vols Tally-Engineers Slide . . . PLC award . . . Rolled room-riot results . . . long Walk to Cornpone, you say! . . . "Do you pass the pinch test?" . . . Cill sets trap for Mad Mouse . . . Sarah's seven . . . the Embryo jewel collection . . . the rarest thing you've ever seen! . . . "I donlt believe it!" . . . 523-6601 . . . 5c tootsie pops! . . . A pretty ghoul is like a malady . . . What a grand night for monsters! . . . But look what they up and did . . . Pharsicus-Carsicus, Win 'ern all! . . . Frisby Circle . . . pig lavaliers . . . hmmmmm . . . Spook patrol rides again . . . like it, love it! . . . funny little sunny little melody- haunts our memory . . . finally and at last . . . got a pin of pearls . . . and weire proud as can be! GMICRON Dominick, Georgia Duncan, Sandra Duncan, Carolyn Ellis, Bar- bara Embury, Camille Ethier, Gina Fornara, Beverly Gass, Carol Glasgow, J eanetta Ground, Ada Greenblatt, Joan Harrison, Vir- ginia Johnson, Carter Jones, Sandie Kohlhase, Barbara Kirk, Anita Lackey, Gloria Lane. Third Row: Judy Leinart, Carol Leslie, Susan Locklear, Lane Martin, Pat McCampbell, Paula - - -11 J . , I at . , -1 DJ: tg' 1- ,EQ R' 1 if 2 2 t ff""""7'Na. is 5 1 President, KATHY DECKER Seated: Martha Midkiff, Recording Secretaryg Patti Baumgardner, Treasurer. Standing: Georgia Duncan, Corresponding Secrntaryg Paula McCaslin, Vice-Presi- dent. McCaslin, Suzanne McMillen, Martha Midkiff, Ester Mims, Diane Tinka Sweatt, Carole Thomas, Nancy Tombras, Linda Townsend, Moore, Betty Newbill, Susan O'Connor, Beth Pettit, Pat Plun- Mary Reed Trotter, Kathy Van Natter, Julie Warren, Patty kett, Linda Plunkett, Joyce Ringger, Lolly Ritchie, Laverne Rob- Wasrnansdorlf, Becky Weigel, Peggy Wilkerson, Dottie Whelan, Helen Worley, Judy Yost. Not Pictured: Helen Brinkerhoff erts, Dawn Robertson, Bonnie Salisbury. Fourth Row: Paula , Scott, Kay Shepherd, Betty Smith, Sue Stafford, Kay Stewart, Jeanne Elizabeth Fraser. "' it ' wr' w- 1 A I ' ' V Q f -vzq . ew f - . A ,, 137 2 To choose thoughtfully that course which occasion and conscience demand . . . Marion's march on the Monte-Carlo in June . . . Reine, Pat, Joan and Susan tuck and break . . . bearskin brotherhood . . . are there First Row: Betty Alden, Merrily Austin, Sally Bacon, Bonita Barnard, Fay Baugh, Sandy Bittle, Gina Blanton, Sue Boone, Lynn Bourkard, Bette Boyd, Miriam Boyd, Donna Brehm, Lynda Brown, Sally Campbell, Ane Christensen, Diane Claypool, Helen Coffey, Margie Cooley, Eileen Cowan, Betty Cowden, Dianne Crow, Janet Crumblcs, JoAnne Dance, Elizabeth Davis, Emily Day, Anne Dempster. Second Row: Janie Dick, Charlotte Domi- ' mga any drops on Alice Jamison? . . . pretzels, pledges, per- sonnel, and Indian games . . from the mouths of babes- we know we belong to the clan . . . Powers' Hall, Donna's Dorm . . . Byerley's breakfasts-Sophie's suppers . . . we're making a pledge scrapbook and wonder if we may borrow one of your flags . . . welcome Chi Omega "sorority" . . . folk singer makes good . . . track and tab . . . knit one, purl two, one week to get it through . . . sophomore slump-senior clutch . . . big ritual . . . scorched on Vol grid-iron . . . girl of their dreams . . . daily gazette . . . rally forth . . . the human ticker-tape . . . Moore's Motto: you must have this VOLUNTEER! . . . Catherine's crest . . . cardinal owls on navy ties . . . Janet-the pill pusher . . . red blazers . . . congratula- tions on the mirror . . . the Sewanee special . . . time to dust out the mailbox . . .taffeta cancan dresses . . . Chi-O Convention in Lucerne . . . ah so . . . we'll try, we'll vie . . . f.p.a .... bird legs . . . thirty-one senior bridesmaids . . . do you have the right history book? . . . Minnie Pearl's ideas . . . dump week . . . I wonder why nobody likes me . . . pick 'em up and put 'em down . . . it's a free meal . . . The metrical genius . . . C'ome on, Edley . . . what happened to your eye, Kerley? . . . You done good, sisters. PI nick, Judy Ellis, Carole Erskine, Susan Evans, Paula Ferree, Lee Foster, Barbara Fulton, Judi Gaines, Mary Dodd Galasso, Bettye Gay, Kay Gerberdine, Joy Hall, Susie Henderson, Jackie Holland, Frances Holt, Lynn Howard, Lynne Hubbell, Mary Huddleston, Jeanne J obe, Lyn Johnson, Judy Kayler, Sally Ker- ley, Bronwyn Kincaid, Freda King, Helen Lacy. Third Row: Lyn Larkin, Mary Lewis, Linda Link, Susan Long, Mary Lovingood, 'JD 2? li "7 V? President, ANNE DEMPSTER Seated: Wallene Threadgill, Vice-Presidentg Anne Moore, Treasurer. Standing: Margie Cooley, Pledge Trainer, Dianne Crow, Secretary. CHAPTER Babs Mallicote, Barbara Mangrum, Mary Mauney, Pam Mc- Cammon, Fran McClure, Margaret McKinnon, Donna McNab, Barbara Missimer, Lucy-Fay Morgan, Anne Moore, Diana Mose- ley, Linda Mullins, Pat Neergaard, Sarah Newell, Cynthia Nixon, Mignonne Orgill, Judy Pate, Barbara Paty, Rena Penn, Lynn Powell, Janice Powers. Fourth Row: Reine Rentenbach, Kathy Rowe, Kay Sipe, Susan Smithwick, Patience Stair, Louise Stew- art, Edley Stone, Wallene Threadgill, Sandra Travis, Judith Vaughan, Katherine Ward, Sassy Ward, Becky Watson, Kay Wever, Ellie Whitlow, Sarah Williams, Mary Winn, Joan Worth, Chryl Young. Not Pictured: Louise Creekmore, Kathy Ratliff, Carol Wallen. K 'M E Q1 mf a desi K-, N I ,SIM SDE 130 P'- 'Q , ,, ., S X Q 'X 'Imnor "Oh the Deltas, the Deltas, the Delta Delta Delta's" . . . familiar melody ushers in '63-'64 . . . housepartying in Gatlinburg . . . Modine's a must . . . good things to come . . . "All right ya'll, RUSH!" . . . who's affected? . . . thirty grand pledges . . . first trek up the Hill . . . cheer for the Vols . . . Noells pinned . . . third place by a "Technical Knockout" . . . Anderson, Babbitt, Baugh, Blurton, Blurton, Blurton . . . "Now let's have a com- First Row: Charlotte Anderson, Sarah Andrews, Bonnie Babbitt, Pat Blurton, Suzanne Campbell, Nancy Carter, Frances Cham- bley, Linda Coan, Carol Cousins, Rachel Cox, Anne Daniels, Marcia Davis, Julie Dorris, Carol Dougherty, Susie Dunlap, Glenna Durham, Mary Neal Durham, Anne Emmons, Betsy Farrar, Judy Felts. Second Row: Noel Lynn Galloway, Betty mittee to make banners. Come on Deltas!" . . . Frannie's white cross . . . "Ya'll pay your dues and fines by next Week." . . . Julie's calendar girl . . . been shinning brass, Jo Ann . . . Sigma Chi Derby-Delta Tri-ed . . . Mother Lynn and thirty kids . . . Camille and trophy . . . an- other trip to the Citadel . . . Bonnie's our Picasso . . . Price and her light bulbs . . . thousand watts in the powder room . . . Mary O's a football fan . . . Nancy Lynn's at Vandy . . . Charlie Brown on Doug's glass . . . Rachel and Donna pinned . . . Founders Day . . . Hertz- gaard's songbooks . . . Christmas party . . . no skit again . . . Santa brings surprises . . . good grades . . . snow . . . and best-Fred, Johnny, Mickey, Bill . . . Mary got blue jeans . . . New year . . . registration roulette . . . Nancy directs All Sing . . ."Who called Enid, Okla- homa?" . . . O'Brien engaged . . . Marcia's in Birming- ham . . . formal's a blast . . . green jackets for Liz and Sarah . . . Betty Beauty . . . Gorgeous Guepe . . . tridents are dangerous . . . "We've got to really work to win this election" . . . "Not a soul has done their library hours" . . . Spring fever . . . daily Carnicus practice . . . but it's worth it . . . banners and posters . . . library hours . . . sparkling spirit . . . fabulous fun . . . sisterhood . . . all this was '63-'64 . . . see you at Convention!! DELTA Giles, Patty Giles, Jan Griffith, Ann Guepe, Kathy Guinn, Margie Hamilton, Mary Park Hammer, Anne Helm, Carol Henderson, Karen Herndon, Martha Hertsgaard, Ann Hudgins, Barbara Hurst, Kay Hutchison, Joan Jenkins, Evelyn Jones, Stephanie Lambert, Lynda Latham, Harriette La Varre. Third Row: Janet Lindsey, Becky Longmire, Frances McClain, Karen McCoin, ,, President, ELIZABETH SHAFER Seated: Pat Blurton, Corresponding Secretaryg Charlotte Anderson, Treasurer Standing: Lyn Pace, Vice-Presidentg Linda Willbanks, Recording Secretary. SIGMA CHAPTER Mary McKeehan, Kay Moore, Claire Moses, Nancy Mullins, Sharon Ney, Mary Oliver, Lyn Pace, Robbie Peters, Joan Price, Marlene Rainwater, Nancy Lynn Rawles, Elizabeth Shafer, Donna Sims, Linda Smith, Marcia Smith, Sandy Sullivan. Fourth Row: Anne Thayer, Sarah Thornburg, Joanne Tokare, Betty Wade, Camille Walker, Sandra Whittaker, Linda Wilbanks, La- rane Wilson, Pat Wimberley, Martha Winston, Suzanne Wood, Jennifer Woodbridge, Nancy Word. Not Pictured: Cathy Baugh, Barbara Brown, Beth Haynes, Jan McGuHin, Sallie Nicholson, Judy I?'Brien, Lynn Preston, Gail Rose, Suzanne Simmons, Gayle Vaug n. D 141 meh 6U'IfLl'l'L6L xi: X 0 1 Anchors Aweigh DGS . . . Topoca . . . Anyone for rock hopping? . . . Let's just throw everyone in the shower . . . The wild, wild Flowers and her fabulous Rush . . . You oe a enny! . . . Hey, you all, I went to church camp with her . . . She can sing too . . . Never a dull moment when you ride in Keally's car . . . Now whose bus are First Row: Harriet Anderson, Teresa Bradley, Sharon Brewer, Lucy Browder, Joyce Bryant, Sally Burton, Suzanne Bush, Page Connell, Pam Crumley, Sandy Cudd, JoAnn Davenport, Carolyn DuBose, Suzanne Ellis, Donna Ervin, Peggy Farley, Betty Far- rar, Alice Ann Ferris, Freddie Fitzgerald. Second Row: Sandy we on? . . . Beautiful preference songs . . . marvelous pledges . . . Virginia gets surprised . . . poetic efforts of big sisters . . , Homecoming and Maria! Maria! Maria! . . . 50 boxes of napkins and 20 pounds of flour . . . I claim a yellow jacket . . . Bo bodoley oaten doten . . . Forbi says it's really, really real this time . . . How many people date over there now? . . . Initiation, cream roses, and candles . . . Koon! . . . The Pi Alpha Song, louder this time . . . Howl, Lucy . . . Our Vol beauties . . . Janice and Dawn join the Air Force . . . Reed, are you really going to smoke those? . . . H-A-A-R-R-Y . . . Whirl manages four flights of stairs . . . Houseparty and we will stop at the Horne Restaurant . . . Sprite or coke? . . . Our own Derby . . . Stick with us! . . . Standards sur- prise . . . So who's pinned this week . . . I don't smoke but I love tobacco . . . Cudd, did the plasterers leave? Memphis every weekend, Pattye . . . Our SuSu . . . Marlboros, Marlboros, more Marlboros . . . Result: Stereo . . . Laughing, lovable Liz . . . Most loyal Vol fan . . . Who can think of another band? . . . Twenty reasons and Standards will meet! . . . Jane, does he still look like a teddy bear? . . . Smile Girls . . . Never forget those rabbits . . . Kathy and her grab bag Frog . . . Golden years, golden anchors, memories of our Sisterhood grow more dear with passing time . . . our own DG . . . GAMMA Forbes, Fran Ford, Nan Foust, Melinda Graham, Claire Harris, Sue Howard, Elizabeth Jackson, Elise Jordan, Lynn Kamp, Patsi Keally, Becky Kemp, Judy Kennedy, Gail Kerr, Ann Kincaid, Donna Kuhn, La Donna Lemmi, Ann Locke, Ann Long. Third Row: Marilynne Lovell, Kathy McCarren, Pattye McMahon, Betty President, PATSI KEALLY Seated: Lucy Browder, Treasurer: Donna Kuhn, lst Vcie-Presidentg Etta Rose Rogers, 2nd Vice-President. Standing: Sandy Cudd, Recording Secretaryg Denice Reed, Corresponding Secretary. ALPHA CHAPTER Magness, Nancy Matlock, Lois Ann May, Doris Millard, Judy berlake, Ann Tucker, Sharon Van Horn, Carolyn Wilder, Not Miniat, Janice Mitchell, Dawn O'Neal, Sandra Parker, Linda Pictured: Judy Ann Buffett, Mary Jane Flowers, Maria Delores Pinholster, Denni Reed, Rose Rogers, Kathy Rymer, Mary San- Ingrassia, Mary Carol Irwin, Jane Lee Longmire, Camille Allen ders, Anne Sinness, Judy Thirloway. Fourth Row: Janice Tim- Rentfro, Margaret Su Sheffield. X f f Q tn' , t I., -"- 'J W' 143 kQpTepQL First Row: Libby Ainsley, Sue Almand, Puff Bennett, Linda Borst, Linda Bourne, Cheryl Brown, Tommie Burk, Betty Camp- bell, Carole Carr, Jeanette Carson, Martha Carson, Cecilia Clow- ers, Sandy Cronin, Charlene Daugherty, Sally Fisher, Susan QM Zia As the year progresses these are bits of conversation that could be heard in the Delta Zeta room at almost anytime: Spirit of the Hill . . . could use that helium . . . clean that closet . . . now you-all listen . . . OK let's try it again . . . now Honey Bunny . , . can't do this by myself . . . let's go to McDonald's . . . modern dance? . . . I tripped . . . You sing-I play . . . Well, Buck . . . Any news? . . . Oh I'm so excited! ain't no big thing . . . think about it later . . . "h o n e y" left over from the house party . . . watch that rock . . . Oh! that swinging bridge . . . Back at the room . . . funniest thing . . . Who made that call? . . . intramurals anyone? study . . . study . . . study . . . Who's going to be Santa . . . Sophia's at 12:00 . . . Hey, big sis . . . Thursday-TV night . . . The "Lamps" have come . . . Small United Nations?-In- ternational Tea . . . where's that magic marker . . . find the pin . . . where did the Indians go? . . . how many pledge points? . . . when we get in the new room . . . diamond and four pearls . . . sell those subscriptions . . . any volunteers? . . . a dennite problem . . . who gets the pledge bracelet? . . . alums-kitchen shower . . . To- bacco Warehouse-Hoat? . . . have the pictures come . . . check the files . . . Add all these bits of conversations together and the sum-"Four Wonderful Years." BETA Follett, Second Row: Diane Frink, April Gardner, Carole Gentry, Frances Gill, Chris Harrison, Libby Harrison, Liz Hendrickson, Elaine Hiegel, Judy Johnson, Gennie Keen, Brenda McClard, Donna McNab, Lloyda May, Jeannine Menees, Mary Nave, Diane 144 3 a S A it -4 7 Q t President, JUDY SPOONE Seated: Sandra Cronin, lst Vice-President, April Gardner, Corresponding Secre- taryg Martha Carson, Treasurer. Standing: Lloyda May, 2nd Vice-Presidentg Carole Carr, Recording Secretary. N Newman. Third Row: Polly Olsen, Laurie Potter, Sally Prentiss, Not Pictured: Shirley Addington, Cathy Anderson, Brenda Clift, Susan Rutherford, Joan Sharp. Judy Spoone, Linda Stephens, Kathy Crouch, Dena Edelen, Beverly McClurkan, Charlotte Mull, Carol Starkey, Kris Stxahey, Ann Sullaway, Judy Trivett, Nancy Penny Nicol, Carol Starkey, Becky Still, Jayne Tigert. Troxell, Lanna Vineyard, Ellie Volz, Kathy Wall, Lynda Waldrop. 145 H' Mwuer- Q G' me CW B 432 First Row: Sharen Andersen, Nancy Anderson, Marcia Austin, Dianne Bell, Peggy Bernard, Polly Brown, Ann Chandler, Susan Chandler, Betty Clark, Carolyn Cruze, Mary Deaderick, Diane Dexter, Jackie Diamond, Susan Dickinson, Cathy Dodson, Nancy Dykes, Frankie Ellis, Marianne Fowler. Second Row: Julie Frankum, Pat Fraser, Rachel Gaisser, Bonnie Greenough, Joan Rush, Rush, Rush . . . Yes Charlene's a Kappa Del- ta . . . Derby Time-Anyone for a half dozen? . . . I hear Marcia-"You'al, I'm just so excited!" . . . Dia- monds are a girl's best friend-especially beaming with AOT . . Betty, The Oreo Kid . . . What's this about teddy bears? . . . Third time is a charm, Betty Jane . . . Out of the cookies, Hagood! . . . Judy, Ann, Linda, and "Thumper" are seen planning strategy-was it in that park near the museum? . . . Sally, Shari, Lida, and Ann seem to be very interested in lion taming . . . How far is it to Memphis, Lou? . . . And our golden gate to Maynardville . . . Camp Truda creeps into the nightly dreams of Judy, Sally, and Ann . . . Linda and Janet cheer the Vols on . . . cheers are also heard for the law school . . . Ann, Frankie, and Aynn bite the dust-how many more? . . . Cathy and Diane brought back some California sunshine . . . Who are our happy saluters?--Susan, Joan, Carolyn, and Sandy . . . Como esta usted? Jackie . . . Isn't Schoenberg the most, Sut- to? . . . Oh no, Klu has the giggles again . . . Lynn -put a star by her name . . . Marianne, color her gen- uine . . . Gesundheit, Angie . . . New Orleans . . . Fanny . . . AE's Merit Award . . . in all there is the Kappa Delta spirit . . . "Remember the Kappa Delta diamond" . . . White roses to all. ALPHA Hamill, Sharon Haynes, Lida Heilman, Sally Heil.man, Mary Lynn Howell, Sally Isbell, Lou Johnson, Judy Johnson, Barbara Klu- tinis, Linda Laws, Diane Lippard, Suzanne Lovell, Linda May, Janet McCarty. Third Row: Jodie McTeer, Eleanor Nelson, Lynn Overton, Libby Pearson, Cheryl Raye, Mary Kyle Raulston, 6 , e ' ., . is .,V . 1 i l ll, I f QM U.. k rkk ,?K.:LL I ,J i M, . - S . at ' gifkieffq '-,: L, V W ..., E, sl' 'k- iwig i , , ' .f i 'ff L , . 3 f' f s Q J f Y 9 , ', ,i I l ' 1 as jg.. I 1, 5 . 3 . I 1 ' President, LINDA SUTTON Seated: Sharen Andersen, Editor, Marcia Austin, Vice-Presidentg Susan Chandler, Membership. Standing: Ann Chandler, Secretary, Lou Johnson, Treasurer. Rosemary Raulston, Carol Sanderson, Diane Simons, Carolyn Sue Cole, Marsha Coleman, Sandy Dean, Janie Dempster, Ann Smith, Janet Stanford, Linda Sutton, Laura Taylor, Ann Thur- Fowler, Ann Guthrie, Sarah Hagood, Charlene Harb, Pam Krue- mond, Sandy Townsend, Angie Upchurch, Anne Walters, Carol ger, Judy Lowe, Lynne Luckey, Carolyn McFall, Betty Jane Watson. Fourth Row: Judy Wayman, Genny Willien, Tex Wood- Runyan, Babs Shelnutt, Cookie Spillars, Jane Thomas, Vicki son, Susan Wyatt. Not Pictured: Elaine Boucher, Linda Clark, Vinsant, Marsha Willian. 1 , A Q-Qgvg ,N gm , , ' va K 2 em Q 147 NZ ? 3 J ir A - , ff Q.-5, E V 41, , Q YS in L vo A es lg I L Rose and White carnations . . , piano slightly out of tune . . . making plans for next year . . . inabrand new room . . . memories of the year's activities drift back in many ways . . . hard work . . . much play . . . lots of fun-filled days . . . Carnicus . . . Director Denton . . . Donahue of Troy woos the judges . . . scholarship trophy . . . Rush retreat . . . memory work Pat's soapbox . . . Hansard's candied yams . . . Darlene's gainful summer . . . Tweedlee-Dee and Tweedlee-Dum First Row: Beth Adams, Missy Albright, Prissy Albright, Susanne Alexander, Nancy Barnes, Sarah Beatty, Jill Bettis, Linda Bettis, Terry Bevis, Nancy Blevens, Suzy Blevins, Wanda Blevins, Babs Brakebill, Becky Burnett, Vicki Campbell, Sarah Cantwell, Sarah Carpenter, Jean Carroll, Nancy Chiarantano, Linda Clark. Sec- IUA' W . . . Joyceis car makes a big hit . . . Derby Dance . . . Barrie wins the Delts . . . Homecoming . . . Sharon's paper mache men . . . J ohnson's brother and Canoe . . . Grubb is snowed . . . King-sized medicine chest big enough for everyone's pills . . . Northcutt carols with the Pikes . . . Pledge retreat . . . skits-o-phrenic pledges . . . revenge on the actives . . . Barnes' solo . . . Keith holds auditions for All-Sing . . . Initiation . . . rolled room . . . where have all the trophies gone? . . . Project Hope . . . Frantic Freshman . . . Serene Seniors UD . . . Chiarantano's hopeful future show- ing cows . . . Pep rallies . . . swat the heck out of Tech . . . string along with the Vols . . . Mademoi- selle's Lady Gannon . . . "Mother', Webb late again . . . pledges learn qualms about Quantitative . . . Com- posite dilemma, a month's ordeal . . . How many peo- ple have cars? . . . Spring Formal? ? . . . Who's Who is Linda Bettis . . . Barker and Scott lost in wedding plans . . . Engineer's Dream has her own troubles with a slide rule . . . Mu's make the scene in intramurals . . . volleyball champs-our heroes fheroins'?j . . . Prissy and Missy-two all-right Albrights . . . Group endeavor . . . individual success . . . combinations to pass any test . . . In sum it appears obviously true . . . That it is something special to be a Phi Mu! KAPPA ond Row: Jane Clarke, Nancy Cole, Pat Conner, Carolyn Cooley, Sarah Couric, Celia Crawford, Vivian Cruz, Linda Davis, Sandra Denton, Deanna Downing, Georgianne Dunavant, Jackie Fisher, Charlotte Fritts, Jennie Gannon, JoAnn Gannon, Kathy Grubb, Mary Gwyn, Martha Hansard, Terri Hogan, Judy Johnson. Third I Seated: Margaret Ann Michael, Treasurerg Kathy Keith, 1st Vice-President: Nancy Chiarantano, Recording Secretary. Standing: Peggy Webb, Pledge Trainerg Joyce Turner, Corresponding Secretary. President, NANCY BARNES CHAPTER Row: Harriet Jones, Kathy Keith, Diane Kesler. Sarah King, Dot Koger, Sherry Mclgloud. Beverly McGee, Linda McGill, Linda McGowan, Paula McKamey, Anne Warren Manning, Joyce Mas- sie, Margaret Ann Michael, Carolyn Miller, Alexis Moore, Carol Northcutt, Diana Sue Paterson, Ruthie Pendleton, Barrie Rentz, I Patsy Scott. Fourth Row: Diana Simpson, Connie Shearon, Tammy Showalter, Sharon Stark, Joy Tanner, Ellen Tidwell, Donna Tippit, Cherly Tipton, Joyce Turner, Dianne Walkup, Peggy Webb, Jayne Young. Not Pictured: Darlene Dycus, Linda Seagren. it O... 's First Row: Jean Batten, Jean Boogher, JoAnn Bowen, Judy Carter, Carol Clem, Connie Crawford, Kay Curtright, Pris Davis, Dudley Dickinson, Carol Dixon, Shelia Freeland, Sharon Glass, Virginia Graves, Becky Hannah, Loretta Harris, Anne Harrison, Linda Hartsook, Kathy Haynes, Polly Henry, Reba Holt. Second Row: Jane Hooper, Fran Howard, Betsy Irwin, Jane Johnson, 19' Era WA' Donit "Walk on the Wild Side" . . . 'Cause 'dis train is bound for glory, 'dis train . . . 'Dis train don't carry no sinners, 'dis train . . . After Working Soberly . . . the oliver look came in . . . presidential press confer- ence . . . No lowe could ever be higher than our all- time lowe in After Working Soberly . . . Had a ball with our folly . . . No network difficulty . . . We'll pass a cup of kindness yet . . . Up and away . . . into the wild blue yonder . . . angels in disguise . . . First buds of spring . . . ALL RIGHT, YOU ALL! SVIVHLE! . . . straight lines . . . high kicks . . . pack rat smiles . . . "Aye, now lads and lassies" . . . "Tis welcome ye are . . . And I'm the Chieftain o' Brigadoon . . . Come now each lass and laddie . . . We welcome you most gladly . . . This is it . . . We must go . . . Only a twenty-four-hour span? fToo bad, Susanj . . . This is no time for stalling . . . We must answer our calling . . . "Ah, 'tis auld lang syne was ne're forgot . . . We passed several cups of kindnessv . . . From the lowliest porter to the rnightiest peoples, we recommend a year of unrushed peace. GAMMA Mary Johnson, Phylis Johnson, Sheryl Jones, Pat Kelley, Sarah Kirk, Susan Lackey, Sue Long, Frankie Larino, Virginia Lowe, Carol Lowry, Diane McCutchin, Betty McDowell, Glenna Mc- Mahan, Margo Macdonald, Melinda Mahone, Ina Matt. Third Row: Merry Marc Merryfield, Joan Meyer, Marion Mullican, Sue PI'SSid911f, SUE OGDIN Seated: Lynn Oliver, lst Vice-President, Nollie Sharp, Recording Secretary. Stand ing: Frankie Lorino, Treasurerg Jane Johnson, 2nd Vice-President. CHAPTER Ogdin, Lynn Oliver, Teddy Patterson, Alice Peek, Bonnie Perk- ins, Judy Pickell, Linda Pike, Carol Pobletts, Joan Porter, Jane Qualls, Cynthia Richardson, Mary Saffold, Jerilee Schultz, Ann Scott, Alice Ray Setliffe, Mary Jean Sharp, Nollie Sharp. Fourth Row: Eileen Snow, Suzy Somers, Teri Stansberry, Bette Stubbs, Karen Templeton, Joyce Thompson, Sally Thompson, Melinda Thorn, Mary Margaret Trent, Ann Wilkinson, Aleece Wolfe. Not Pictured: Jean Awalt, Kay Delon, Phylis Gifford, Frankie Hatha- way, Mary Nell Hicks, Sharon Kelly, Adele Kinsey, Karen Kirk- patrick, Mary Mewhorter. 151 igma lalaa See burgundy jumpers-Sigma Kappa's everywhere . . . Cold weather brings violets-the Violet Formal, that is . . . Marty, keep that Army in line . . . Go, Vols, Go-lead 'em Pat and Clara-Rah! ! ! Rah! Rah! Mary 2 N.-keep that strutting up . . . There's Linda Eason .3 " leading all U.T. girls as well as Tennessee College Club l of Home Economics-all this and brains too . . . Red- l t heads-1,2,3,4,5,6, and more? . . . Dates anyone, check A Sandy's Date Bureau . . . Frosh Lagretta and Emily i are on the board . . . Pat H.'s up front helping the Air f Q Force fly . . . Take me to your leader-in Home Ec. t- language means Janet Brown or if she's not to be found V t K -Kay Hodge . . . Glenda Sue Howell is always there J Q too, grabbing the money . . . Our seven Aides really X, js help the freshmen . . . Silver may be more valuable FVA, , Did to some, but Nickell's our most valuable element . . . HD 2 K Mio Sparkle, sparkle, little twink, that's a diamond ring I think. Eh? Janelle, Ann, Janet, Kathy, Deannie, Joan . . . Fall rush kept us on the run, but thirty top pledges made it fun . . . Sister Sabrais scissors snip . . . snip . . . snip . . . Sigma Kappa's favorite Hobby is Kaydel . . . Aleta, tell us about the ---- life of a pencil . . . Jo has the biggest honor of the Honor Dorm, and Clare for Unit B . . . Hidi-Hey, Hidi-Ho, Idly Widly Wadly Wo. First Row: Sandy Anglea, Mary Lyde Armstrong, Nancy Bank, Gamewell, Margaret Neal Givan, Joan Glass, Ann Grannis, Jackie Ann Barrigar, Mary Kathryn Bell, Marilyn Bird, Janet Brown, Greer, Kaydell Haaby, Pat Handley, Janet Hightower, Kay Emily Camp, Janelle Campbell, Clara Childress, Andy Crabtree, Hodge, Glenda Sue Howell, Linda Jenkins, Winnie Pat Johnston, Ginny Crowell, Anne Dale, Sabra Dawes, Pat Debosek, Mary Joan Ledbetter, Lynda Leftwich, Edie Lubin, Angie McFarlin, Ruth Denney, Gail Dixon, Lizz Dooley, Kathy Ducklo, Barbara Deanie Martin, Cheri Matthew. Third Row: Sarah Milholen, Duncan. Second Row: Linda Eason, Mary Lynn Enochs, Aleta fif' s P ' .... ,f,V-' . .V , J . 1 i A v.-- u ' 'W "'l T - . ff M J A t -, -Q 5 ,.,, , , w r ',,. 5 , ,-3 i-. 'i i ,.-'l., 5 ijgifi' ie'i ,,'e :er f -',-f, ..l. 'i': I J '."fff L ' v -a , . -gr . ,A 1' . Q f H K f A if SQ , AW? it iq C M if wtf 5 ' ""' J if Ji 5 .4 President, NANCY NICKELL Seated: Linda Eason, 2nd Vice-President, Betty Tobler, Recording Secretary, Joan Glass, Treasurer. Standing: J osetta Shoemaker, Corresponding Secretary, Kaydell Haaby, lst Vice-President. DELTA CHAPTER Leanah Mills, Mary Minor, Marty Murphey, Mary Nicholon, Nancy Nickell, Judy Oliver, Carolgene Page, Eloise Peters, Rhenda Pierce, Judy Pinkston, Susan Potter, Anne Ross, Josetta Shoemaker, Pat Simmons, Brenda Smith, Pam Steffy, Peggy Steinmann, Wanda Gayle Stillwell, Mary Lou Styles. Fourth Row: Sue Swearingen, Lagretta Tallent, Betty Tobler, Carolyn Turner, Reita Wattenbarger, Nancy Webb, Connie Weldon, Gail Williams, Jan Wilson, Judy Wiseman, Gail Wooten. Not Pictured: Carol Ann Allison, Judy Dinwiddie, Tommy Gene Moser, Ann Paine, Susie Stenborg. J, t I l M, V I Wx --M -1 V 5 xx, -I Zia au ,QA -fi 95:59 gi 7 ? ,T geek 3 1 . A f'?:'- -. 51- :2 5 ,5 1 E V QQ! . YI? sv-S? VQEQR First Row: Donna Adams, Carmen Beauer, Jane BeLew, Chery Bingham, Jane Brisby, Shelia Brown, Beauanne Brummett, Ca- mille Bryan, Marietta Campbell, Nancy Campbell, Carol Clayton, Shelia Connally, Janet Cooper, Ruth Crownover, Sandra Cun- ningham, Jane Curtis, Diana Damewood, Alice Dunlap. Second Fair weather or foul, it's been a lively year for Zeta chapter . . . not a little thanks due to the new pledges . . . though it must be admitted--gratefully-that the motto this year seems to be K.R.A. instead of the usual K.R.P. . . . Actives in Apt. 9 . . . Admit Krystal hamburgers assume a certain zestier flavor when gotten effortlessly on a rainy night of 25 degrees . . . And how about the benefits of mud packs, Pat-Ana . . . Don't they do Wonders for your appearance in beauty contests . . . or maybe itys more beneficial to give them, eh, Beau? . . . Not to pass over our "banditos," the caliber of their shooting cannot be excelled . . . itis just their dancing we're a little upset about . . . Funniest thing why . . . Funniest thing, too, but it seems that three Weeks is about all the time you need to get really acquainted, right "Katherine" and HC. J.'?', . . . And there's noth- ing like being stranded in the middle of nowhere to really add spice to B-Law cases . . . The chapter agrees that Rita R. has the right idea . . . Such a movement would do wonders for the "Spirit of the Hill" . . . And next year would be even livelier-if possible. ZETA. Row: Gail Edwards, Elizabeth Estabrooks, Mary Ewing, Nancy Gardner, Frances German, Susan Ginter, Sara Harrison, Betty Hawkersmith, Lynda Herring, Mimi Hoppe, Donna Hull, Linda Hundley, Susan Hundley, Ruth Hunt, Mary Lou Iden, Eula Jacoby, Linda Jennings, Jannelle Jones. Third Row: Karen I President, PAT PATTERSON Seated: Helen Taylor, Corresponding Secretary, Karen Kalshoven, Historian. Standing: Kay Ritchie, Treasurer, Sandra McComrnon, Vice-President, Anne Perry, Recording Secretary. CHAPTER Kalshoven, Susan Karr, Laura Lambert, Melinda Lindsey, Gayle Phyllis Quandt. Fourth Row: Kaye Ritchie, Pat Rowland, Helen Locke, Nancy Mandel, Sandra McCammon, Julia Nichol, Nickey Taylor, Jean Taylor, Mary Vaughn, Carol Weir, Jan Williams. Nicholson, Susan Odem, Ana Ownbey, Betty Ownbey, Ellen Not Pictured: Felicia Childress, Susan Garner, Diane Gunter, Pardue, Judy Patterson, Pat Patterson, Anne Perry, Patsy Porter, Becky Passmore, Irene Polk, Freda Welsh. W-vm wx-fat, " 1 s , .f ,- ki i 7 15 5 IN TERFRATERNITY COUNCIL The Interfraternity Council, or IFC as it is called, is the governing body of UT's eighteen fraternities and one colony. It is composed of the Presidents Council, which conducts the main affairs of matters affecting all fraternities, and the Representatives Council which is composed of two representatives of each fraternity. The purpose of the IFC is to promote and perpetuate the best interests of the University and the fraternities represented therein, to insure cooperation among said fraternities, the University, and the community to the end that the condition of the fraternities and their rela- tions with these groups may be perpetuated and im- proved. During the past year IFC has undertaken many ac- tivities Which inculcate these ideals. Among its many projects are the following: Greek Week held in March of 1963 the third annual Christmas Party for Under privileged Ch1ld1 en various community service projects and a Leadei ship Training Conference Since the first fraternity was established at Tennes f rw I I Qi B as ' . ' f W1 wi c My ft I, ' fy Mi t 5.5 ,,.. A A K., , ,i i B- ixfi A if f x , X if Y ,,. 5 W. V see in 1872 more than 11 000 men have been 1n1t1ated into local chapters of national social fraternities proof we believe of the values which are enduring and will continue to endure in our fraternities Bill Hodges Secretary Hall Worthington First V1ce President Bobby Beech Second Vice President B111 Giddings Treasurer JACK RANSOM President 156 3? K t iz MARTY TURK SANDY CAMPBELL BOBBY BEECH ANDY GARVERICK BILL GIDDINGS PETE JONES HALL WORTHINGTON DALTON TOWNSEND JIM ROSE DAVID LIVINGSTON BILL MORGAN JOE HARRISON JACK RAN SOM BILL HALLIBURTON RON COCHRAN DICK GOLDEN AE1'I AFP ATO ATA KA K2 AXA QIJFA KIJACD KIPEK IIKA EAE EX EN 2fIJE ZBT IRVING ZEITLIN BILL BURTON DENNY PETERS DICK RODERICK ZERO STEPHANS DAVE BOWEN PE'I'E LOHMANN ART GRISHAM DAVID JUSTUS TAYLOR SIMONTON WALT PALMER PAT JACKSON BILL HODGES BUDDY HAND DON BAKER RICHARD COFFMAN ALFRED RAMSEY Farmhouse JOHN JORDAN .fglalz gin 'A ' That's important . . . You're foined . . . If I had fifty dollars I'd give it to ya . . . What do ya mean we sleep three in a bed . . . Beats my - - - -- . . . You sound like my wife . . . Come on Simon . . . Hey Baer you there . . . Thanks Izzy . . . Cookies . . . No you carry the banner . . . Fern . . . Pass the salt, iced tea, potato chips, fritos, mayonnaise, lettuce, tomato, and the Sweetheart please . . . A whole page . . . only five letters today . . . Little Caesar . . . Sweetmeat . . . If there is no physical hazing then why are ya hitten me . . . Goodtime party 469 . . . What hot water . . . He's thinking about somtin . . . What else . . . Finnie the end . . . Goodmorning . . . Wamp Wamp . . . Kepin's going home again . . . to New Joisey . . . Let's work out . . . 18 Inch arms . . . Come on we need just a little bit more . . . It's not profitable to me . . . Don't smoke 'em just sail them . . . Eyes right-there she goes . . . MEME . . . It's three minutes to twelve . . . Buggsy and Rubber cone . . . We bought all! . . . Give me -Give me six Krystals, two cartons milk, three orders French fries, piece pie, and an Alka Seltzer,-Boy what a physic . . . Fern . . . We're threw . . . First Row: Richard Abrash, Lawrence Baer, Gerold Benowitz, Richard Gaen, Michael Diamond, Russell Hamer, Harry Jaffe, Michael Kopin, Lawrence Liebrowitz, Thomas. Lerner. Second Row: James Nash, Jerry Ritt, Wayne Ritt, Harry Shafer, Jerrold Simen, Martin Turk, Lester Wener, Alan Wise, Irving Zeitlin. 158 FRATERNITY 1 , fn X fx , My President, ARNOLD SCHWARTZBART Jerry Ritt, Secretaryg Martin Turk, Vice-Presidentg Harry Schaffer, Treasurer DEUTERON CHAPTER 159 IDA 6U'l'll'l'L6L rr 'l' i' U It was a year of tremendous .things . . . Mouse's phone bill . . . J. B.'s point average . . . Brother T's triumph over the K.I.L .... Pierre's arising before noon . . . Simon not arising before noon . . . and Onz returned. Yarb didn't make a three point . . . the pledges didn't either . . . terrible ic L . accident . . . Donald got the big head . . . and Smiley tried . . . Brother ml 'Trophy and his singed eyebrows . . . Elmer and his bunny . . . Rock and his bicycle. We had a Martian invasion . . . Clyde played bumper cars . . . Major pledged . . . and the speckled pup went active . . . we got off social pro? . . . Loonitic and his broom . . . Fly stuck in snow . . . Grady's show at Homecoming . . . Groan's nightmares . . . honestly fellows . . . Johns rides again . . . Herbie had a date . . . Sasser slamming bathroom doors . . . knowing all the time . . . "he needs a little polish" . . . Kalvert's Kennels , . . Bill B. A. pushing fire trucks down Cumberland . . . Big John complain- ing . . . Ben T.-free lance writer-graduates. All in all it was a good year . . . no, a great year for Alpha Gamma Rho! First Row: Jerry Armstrong, Bobby Austin, John Black, William Bomar, Jolm Branch, Carl Brown, William Brown, Charles Brooks, Billy Burton, Thomas Calvert, Sandy Campbell, Don Clements, John Conger, Joe Corban, Smokey Crouch, Charles Duncan. Second Row: Donald Edmunds, Gerald Fairchild, Tommy Foster, Hugh Goan, James Gowder, Billy Greene, Ed Headlee, Calvin Hill, John Housley, Jack Jenkins, Kenneth ALPHA KAPPA CHAPTER President, GLYN ED NEWTON First Row: Bruce Corban, Secretary, Bill Testerman, Treasurer. Second Row: John Housley, Vice-President, Dan Wheeler, Alumni Secretary. Kemp, Kenneth Lindsay, Jerry Looney, Joe Madeo, Ed Morris, Glen Myers. Third Row: Glen Ed Newton, Bill Pope, Thomas Reed, James Runyan, William Sanders, Robert Sasser, Ben Sharp, Billy Spencer, Eugene Stone, Larry Summers, William Testerman, Bill Wheeler, Dan Whaler, George Williams, Hal Yarbrough. Not Pictured: Gordon Beaver, Norris Cook, Doris Cook, Dennis Brown. 161 Lets see last year Maria and Its a Good Day bowling Squeaky spases with the baton Dork IS first pledge to have enough quarters to become inactive . THE FORMAL rain no ski lift running ate Golden Boy forgets to leave something elections EXAMS study study, study . . why didn t Alfred E make another A in English? we get out . . 12,750,000 English peas four laps around the drill field anno- dlgging ditches . . . playing cards will Eldridge ever stop? water skiing diving-from two stories up, Wedge? Nahh he didn t summer rush t t t the Governor's Mansion boat ride on the Mississippi back to 3' or red walls and ceiling? Rush three are enough for any man It s history. Nahh, it isn't Dont you remember him the tall boy who wore , shoes . . . here come Pig Dutch Southland Haywire Founge The Siamese Twins Gaylord Halls, remember hop the Lion purred instead of roared when he had visitors one morning about 3 00 H1 Fred hows Wilm . . . records cut at a nominal fee by the ATO phonograph Wedge and " Eldridge: clothing for sale free well congratulations' I didn t know you were pinned-would you like to take off your watch now or Skip All I' 1 . . . l 9 Ei - 2' school . . . work week how are the crops farmer? brown or blue 2' I .. ' 9 , X E I O I got for Christmas was my two front teeth' Ogle you said you d give Linda your right arm now, I am getting tired of standing a foot deep 1n ice every time I take a shower' what we need IS a grade A housemanager to get that window fixed thanks to the bald headed beach ball and in this corner . . . what a dewicious V P hey what kind of birds are those in that cage? . . . well, excuse me' come on 1n and make yourself at home, right up there on that light fixture lets All Sing for Barf First Row: Bert Ackerman, Bill Acree, Larry Adams, Robert Alder, Norvin Allen, James Anderton, Buddy Avery, Steve Avery, Bobby Beech, Cecil Blalock, Dave Bolin, Dutch Bollinger, David Brandon, Ronald Bright, David Buckley, Walter Bussart, Richard Carroll, John Cate. Second Row: Ron Caughran, Bob Clement, Bruce Cole, Gaylor Cole, Ed Covington, Calvin Crouch, Walter Crox, Hamp Dobbins, Preston Duke, Tommy Dyer, Duke 161 Worthy Master, DEXTER SULLIVAN Bert Ackermann, Worthy Chaplain, Jim Stewart, Worthy Keeper of the Exchequer: CHAPTER Ed Palmer, Worthy Keeper of the Annals, Larry Ogle, Pledge Master. Ellis, Robert Emerson, Mickey Emmons, Tom English, Mallon Faircloth, Hal Flynt, Gilbert Foster, Roger Ganier. Third Row: Joseph Guthrie, Courtland Hale, Bud Hall, Harry Hatcher, Lee Haworth, John Hicks, Curtis Holmes, Joe Johnson, Bill Jones, John Jones, Mike Jones, John Keaton, Larry Kelsay, George Killebrew, Daniel Klutts, Bill Kremper, Jack Lane, Steve Larson. 163 MWNW... 939 South 17th Street '-1, 6?.4. Q. ,gy-ci s " 5'1" of oi iig- . ' 'f '- lf' Q- Q- -J QU! LPHA ff f' Q 'Y u " f K , .Mu , J Linda Bailey, ATQ Sweetheart First Row: John McClure, Len Little, Bill McCown, Richard McGowan, Charlie McLane, Turk May, Eddie Monks, John Morris, Tommy Moss, Bud Moss, Jerry Northcutt, Larry Ogle, James Owen, William Oxley, Ed Palmer, Eddie Park, Skip Pat- ton, Glen Perry. Second Row: Denny Peters, Scotty Portis, George Prosser, Marshall Reece, Loren Roberts, Jim Robinson, Robert Rochelle, Buddy Rogers, Porter Ryland, Bert Sams, Joseph Sbuttoni, Robert Shannon, Steve Speed, Jim Stewart, Dexter Sullivan, Steve Sutherland, John Tanner, Tim Tilley, 164 TAU O EGA "Study Buddies" Third Row: Bo Thomas, Tom Thompson, Roger Van Dyke, Charlie Volz, Ken Wade, Larry Whaley, Dan Wiggins, Bucky Wilson, Steve Yarbro. Not Pictured: Joe Albree, Bobby Bevill, Richie Blackerly, Bob Christopher, Jim Foster, Gil Hutcheson, Don King, Tommy Knight, Spike Lay, Adam Lanning, Marvin Lawley, Harbert Lee, Wayne McCreight, John McKinney, Bob Metzger, John Plaskett, Bob Potts, Gene Ray, Bart Smythe, Dickie Vance, Lee Van Buren, Larry Voorhees, Birt Waite, Alec Wright, Bob Wright. I QM an 130 QQWIO iss, KN ff, mg rn V ' U . VVhat do you mean 829.00 worth of wax? . . . 'iFoul mouth" out for the season . . . did you say Herk was going to Elizabethton again? . . . has any- , ' one seen Larry's Iirehats . . . what is this Coonie stuff anyway . . . J. T.'s calling cards are all over the house . . . I thought Basil was writing this . . . Down Town Drunks . . . where's Babb . . . is Rod really pinned . . . York, ' ' Pennsylvania - "garden spot of the nationf' . . . Leatherhead finally made w . it . . . which party are we in, anyway . . . 'ALittle Dick - manager of the cleanest house in the Division . . . MURVIL . . . Sharpest man going through rush . . . off pro for the first time in umpteen years . . . the Cum- berland Trio made Hootenanny . . . is Otz really the best basketball player in Tennessee . . . check that boy out . . . Lush and D. B. with the mono . . . Shan . . . the drunken sailor . . . Bear Jones, the terror of the pledges . . . scratch those feet, Chas . . . what is this kick of going swimming in your clothes at Deane Hill . . . just five empty racks . . . Showmaker and Honey , . . what does Droopy look like . . . hot Dam, here comes my old cow. First Row: Maurice Anderson, Steve Anderson, Joe Ashley, Ken Babb, Gurth Baron, David Black, Charles Bowman, Paul Bu- chanan, George Buxton, Junior Campbell, Jim Clabough, Jim Conlin, Douglas Cooke, Thomas Creed. Second Row: Joe Cum- mings, Larry Cunningham, John Davis, Tommy Davis, David Dearmond, Tom de Graffenreid, William Dodd, Joseph Doggett, DELTA I .aan avi' DELTA CHAPTER 1-.I wx E First Row: Jim Clabough, Treasurer, Don Morrow, Vice-President. Second Row: Tom Creed, Guide, Roy McLain, Sergeant at Arms, Larry Cunningham, Secretary. David Evans, William Evans, Marlin Fitts, Charles Fletcher, Howard Ford, Martin Foster. Third Row: Bailey Frances, Andy Garverick, Fenton Gentry, Jerry Grant, William Greene, Wil- liam Gresham, Melvin Gunter, Barry Hambleton, John Ham- mett, Jerre Haskew, Steven Hunt, William Jenkins, Jan Jennings, Mark J ones, .4-'F 167 1501 Laurel Avenue W' aww E we cf! 53 S ik DELTi Barrie Rentz, ATA Sweetheart First Row: Larry Larkin, Walter Leatherwood, Jim Le Duke, Glen Loveday, Arnold McLain, William Morris, John Mulford, Ralph Newman, William O'De1l, William Ortwein Joseph Pen- land, Ronald Phillips, Larry Rees, Dave Roderick. Second Row: Rich Roderick, Easton Scroggins, Robert Shelton, Larry Shoe- maker, Bennie Shuler, James Shuptrine, William Sprott, Clar- ence Stevens, Hugh Tallent, Harold Taylor, Jim Taylor, James I AU DELTA .fn ,HMM-MM Compliments of the Art Department Tucker, Bruce Wagner, Charles Wagner. Third Row: Clifford Walters, Jay Ward, Francis Webster, Shan Wilcox, David Wither- spoon, David Witt. Not Pictured: Wayne Akard, Jerry Cunning- ham, Bill Grasfeder, Mike McDonald, Harry Miller, Don Morrow, Jack Rhymes, Basil Wolfe, Larry Chesney, Bill Anderson, Buddy Rummer, Doug Johnson, Jay Word, Bob Estepp, David William- son, John Woods, Bob Smith. I The Year was fabulous for the blind dates over the phone, right, Bob? . . . N M the cannon sure was hard to put back into place . . . time does fly doesn't it, X Z Rogers . . . did the correspondence course help your grade point, Russ . . . how was the Convivium date, Perry . . . some people deserve a jeweled pledge . , , E-... pin . . . do nurses have big boy friends? . . . hey, Zero, do you have a copy of the News-Sentinel in your room? . . . happy hour adds quite a bit to Con- vivium . . . Mechanics 311 seems to have a high mortality rate among KA's . . . what did Mary wear to the Convivium dance, or was it Sally . . . the new stereo is the most popular item in the house now . . . especially when certain records are played . . . anonymous phone calls can be very interesting if the conversation continues long enough . . . it sure is hard to make an A in ROTC, hey C'adet Phillips . . . KA's knock down top honors in scholarship again . . . just what were you looking for Randy . . . open season on pledge class sweethearts has been proclaimed this year . . . multi-colored sidewalks are ivy this quarter . . . "Johnson City" Herron strikes again . . . KA house- mother receives dream girl award . . . E. E. labs were looking up this quarter , . . the KA house is fast becoming the best-looking on Temple Avenue . . . donuts are the popular delicacy around nowadays . . . Charlie remembered Convivium this year, much to everyone's surprise . . . the chain-gang sure worked wonders that Friday night during work week . . . the crack of the old Whip resounds loudly throughout the KA house lately . . . and we will still have the Old South to go! . . . wait and hear the war stories then . . . First Row: Charles Adams, Jim Atkins, Ron Bingham, Jim Cal- vert, Tom Chappell, Jim Colley, David Collins, Steven Craver, Robert Creighton, Randy Crenshaw, Ron Eisenbrey, Ed Faulk- ner. Second Row: Tom Fields, Al Fleming, Perry Greer, Jim Hall, Steve Haney, Tony Hardwick, Charles Harmon, Bill Head, Mar- 'I7O - 31:21 President, RANDY pERRY First Row: Ron Bingham, Corresponding Secretaryg George Nichols, Historian. Second Row: Charley Rogers, Vice-Presidentg Ron Smithfield, Recording Secretaryg Jack Miller, Treasurer: Larry Sims, Parliamentarian. CHAPTER .shall Herron, David Howell, Wes Johnson, Bobby Jones. Third Row: Dave Kebschull, Charlie Keene, Sonny Knippers, David Logan, Jim Long, Jim McBride, Russell Marane, Robert Miles, Jack Miller, Johnny Moose, Allan Nagy, Randy Perry. l 171 945 Temple Avenue Qi ' 2 . ' , t ,ff Q: KAPPA Donna Kuhn, KA Rose First Row: Devereaux Peterson, Ron Peterson, Wayne Petocz, James Jettit, Dennis Phillips, Bill Ramey, Jim Robertson, Rex Robinson, Charlie Rogers, John Rosenberger, Larry Sims, Dave Shepard. Second Row: Bud Shelton, Jim Shelton, Sid Shelton, Roger Shier.-Darrell Smith, William Smitheld, Allen Stephens, William Stone, Dick Tomchey, Ronnie Vetter, Wayne Wagner, Charlie Wharton. Third Row: Keith White, Chester Wight, Ray 172, ALPHA F00lS' Dames like fools, faves - - - ". . . some cat with a beard who kept saying something about Williams, John Wordcock. Not Pictured: Michael Arnott, Leroy Bible, Bob Daniel, Charlie Gardner, Bill Gardner, Bill Giddings, Art Hermsdorfer, Stewart Judkins, Richard Kirk, Al Lenden, Gil Negandank, George Nichols, Robert Pettit, Ralph Roter- mund, Dave Tweedie, Edward Souther, Wayne Freeland, Jerry Worley, Richard Phillips. 'Emancipation I alnlaa igma Another year . . . days of joy and sorrow . . . work and play . . . broth- erly love and common effort . . . these are a part of our past year . . . days never to be again . . . memories never to be forgotten . . . look back, think, remember . . . recall the quiet moments of last spring . . . the warm sun- drenched afternoons on the patio . . . the late-at-night Carnicus practices . . . Hell week and initiation . . . the Pajama party and the advent of South- eastern Pipelines Inc .... Tiny Tim, rider of wild bulls, lover of women . . . the lake party at Jim's . . . the return in the fall . . . work week and the tumbleweed team . . . rush . . . more green punch . . . Homecoming and GOLD NAILS! . . . a winner at last for Wong . . . how did we ever get that backdrop in place? . . . wars between first and second floors . . . impromptu football games . . . the Christmas party and Davefs Epic . . . rolling up the rug . . . the eggnog . . . the band's piano . . . the all-night sessions by the fireplace before finals . . . the zoology room downstairs . . . As the years pass by, lift your glass and drink with a beevo to the memory of those golden moments we spent in the halls of Kappa Sigma. First Row: Gifford Andrew, Robert Babcock, William Blazer, David Bowen, Charles Bower, Charles Bowers, Joseph Broom, Robert Bunday, Don Clark, James Cob, Joseph Crosslin, Clyde L A Croswell, James Dickert, Lewis Dickson, Gregory Dodson, John Dodson, John Douglass, John Downey, Webb Fskew, Thomas Faulkner, Ray Fisher. Second Row: Ronald Flinn, Larry Formby, Ray Franconi, Kenny Franklin, James Fry, Bill Gallas, Andy Gaither, John Garrison, James Garthright, Jim Giffen, Gary 174 CHAPTER First Row: Louie Hall, Second Vice-President, Jim Giffen, First Vice-President. Second Row: Burton Ruble, Secretaryg Campbell Sowell, Pledge Trainer, Ed Shobe, Treasurer. Gray, Charles Greenblatt, George Greenup, James Gregory, John Groseclose, Charles Hall, Lynnwood Hamilton, George Harding, Preston Harlan, James Hoskins. Third Row: Hardy Hudson, Randy Hudson, Dave Hunter, James Jamison, David Job, James Johnson, Richard Johnson, Pete Jones, Brice Jordan, Mike Cava- naugh, Bill Kelley, Pat Kelley, Carl Kennon, Francis Kenney, Mack Kirkpatrick, Herbert Kneeland, Glenn Koogler, John Lakey, William Lambert, Elton Larkin. I 175 - " 1730 Melrose Place rr? KAPPA Ancient Age First Row: Bill Layman, Jerry Leach, Tommy Leek, William Leek, William Leek, Frederick Lewis, James Lewis, Hudson Maddux, Steven Maples, John Marcy, Bob Martin, Nathan Mar- tin, William Miller, Alfred Moon, William Morris, Everette Munn, Truman Murray, Frank Ozburn, Joseph Palmer, William Parrott, Second Row: Courtney Pearre, William Potter, Richard Preston, Tommy Pritchard, John Rubb, Claude Ryan, Roxi Saraceni, Mike Schultz, Allen Shirley, Ed Shobe, John Shuttleworth, Richard Shuttleworth, Barnett Sledge, Bryan Smith, Cambell Sowell, Doug Stahl, James Suttle, Jack Tatum, Charles Thompson, I SIGMA "Brotherhood" James Thompson. Third Row: Richie Thompson, Joseph Thorn- ton, Perry Tomlin, George Wahl, David Waldrop, Zeno Wall, Martin Warren, Carlos Wilson, Dana Wolfe, Richard Wright. Not Pictured: Charles Atkins, Daniel Cauble, Robert Gouffon, James Hewgley, Peter Kiernan, John Meeks, Robert Shane, Fred Smith, Phil Smith, Carroll Thrift, Robert Archer, Andrew Cafferky, Jerry Ensley, Richard Gosset, Stan Guthrie, Woody Harriman, Bill Huff, John Humphrey, Lee Johnson, Jay Langston, Malcolm Saxon, James Scull, Page Stanley, Ray Thomas. and then she asked me if I wore Weejuns I M401 Cz, ,dpi xg I' I0 'I- QQYNX Wo-op it on our . . . Harold quit again this week . . . one pistol for sale, ag, excellent for shooting snakes, duck Charlie . . . check in . . . you ain't mad are you? . . . 3-D club . . . I remember this boy when he come through rush ' . . . everybody's got to have a bad night . . . seen Cloud, got a cigarette . . . 'Liv' there is a slight chance that Bob might go home this Weekend . . . 4.00 Boone lost his quarter . . . that's all right buddy, you can move in with Bill . . . if 7 3 .IZ . Q Q 'Q 'L v 'w w you can't take a joke . . . vote for Glan O'Heil for high gear . . . you ainit asleep are you . . . let's hear some strong positive . . . Tommy just lavaliered another car . . . Bomb-out's at the bridge table again . . . he's all-city, Chat- tanooga . . . one, here's two, next man . . . that ain't no big thing . but you can't go to bed with a piano . . . hose him down in the parking lot, the Dean might be watching . . . our nomination for the Funk's-G award is . . . 'has anybody seen Chuck this year? . . . tell Hatcher it is safe to come out . . . so fine woman . . . why don't you pull your head out? . . . hi, Bear . . . you're eat up with it . . . Hugh said "hi Betty" . . . who's painting your room this week Breen? . . . about those white socks . . . Let's go to the market. First Row: William Alley, Philip Anderson, Ted Arehart, Gary Arnott, Jim Audas, Martin Ball, Charles Barham, Clyde Barnard, Gary Barriger, Aldo Bartolone, Robert Batson, Ralph Berg, John Bergen, William Berkely, Butch Blankenship, Jack Blay- lock, Karly Boatright, William Boone, John Bowles, Gene Branam. Second Row: John Brown, Alan Byerly, William Cal- vert, Thomas Carter, Alan Cates, Howard Chambers, Raleigh Choate, Vincent Choate, Donald Cox, Roy Cox, Hinton Crockett, EPSILON-OMICRON oxwwf f--f- . 1 5' K 'Y f if, ff M, 1 . sf - ,, 'TSX . f .-f W -,f w..,.y ' 'P- at ---gy, High Alpha, BOB BATSON First Row: Tommy Almquist, High Epsilon, Larry Taylor, High Beta, Second Row: Harold Henley, High Rho, Bill Hammond, High Tau ZETA CHAPTER Frederic Dawson, Richard Denney, Thomas Dobbs, John Donica, Larry Dowd, Albert Endruschat, Tom Feazel, Gary Ford, Robert Foster, Third Row: George Fritts, Jerry Goode, Harvey Gracelon, Ronald Graham, James Greenwalt, Bill Hammond, John Haynes, Harold Headden, Stephen Hendricks, Harold Henley, John Hin- ton, Asa Hoke, John Howard, Joseph Hull, Fred Humphreys, Michael Hurst, Johnny Johns, Thomas Johns, Melvin Johnson, Bill Jones. 179 931 South 17 th Street 15,50 egli Qin, LAMBD Qu-i-i-i-t! It's m-y-y rope. First Row: Jerome Jones, Jack Keene, Bruce Kelley, Steve Kil- patrick, Bill Lane, Peter Lohmann, Edwin Loughry, John Lyell, Don McGovern, William McKissick, Butch McLaughlin, Larry McMahan, Walter Mahone, Bob Mangrum, Frank Menendez, Ron Moore, John Morales, Richard Morris, Thomas Nicholson, Dale Oakey. Second Row: Robert O'Guin, Glenn O'Neal, William Oney, Tony Papa, Bobby Petrella, Phil Phelps, Pat Pomphrey, Bill Regenold, Ruskin Roberts, Robert Ronka, Fred St. John, ISO HI LPHA Lewis-who's he? Fred Saliba, Karl Sammons, Larry Sitz, William Shelton, Gran- ville Smith, Allen Stanfield, William Stanley, Mike Steinmann, Lee Stitzenberger. Third Row: Robert Stivers, Robert Stovall, Larry Taylor, Terry Tolbert, Nelson Tubbs, Jerry Tune, Ralph Turley, William Turley, Van Turner, Paul Turner, Peter Von Elton, Tommy Wall, Charles Walters, Ronnie Ware, Thomas Wil- liams, Thomas Williams, Ronnie Wilson, Larry Wynn, Charles Woody, Jeffrey Worth, Hall Worthington. 181 gamma 2 A iii Q xi - 5 ,L Hey Babes . . . Hi Bub . . . these merry phrases resound through the mio, . Jovi "thatched" walls of the Fiji hut by the "mellow" brothers of Phi Gamma Delta 2 . . . I hear "Crickets" in the bedroom . . . get those squirrels out of the living i r room . . . Atlanta Red, Mr. Information Please, and the Elizabethton Flash- l Aux ur 0 T T' well-noted for their extracurricular activities around the corner . . . the 27- foot chicken . . . the volleyball championship? . . . the Columbia grain ele- vator baseball team . . . the treasurer has the bull by the horn . . . the steam roller is on the move . . . things may get a little bit "tricky" at times but we'll move along . . . among the notable parties--the Fiji Island Party . . . a smashing success thanks to the hut builders . . . the turtles . . . the "moon" which was so brilliant that night . . . famous visitors to our den of iniquity X-the "Beatles"--Droopy-Irma la Douce-the purple phantom-John T. McCarty-with the year coming to a close, and memories clinging "savagely," we will proceed into the future as Phi Gamma Dry. First Row: Thomas Adkisson, Grady Arnold, Clyde Austin, Garner Bailey, Tom Barnett, Bob Beever, Richard Bible, James Bilbrey, Donal Bosson, Wade Boswell, Roy Bracklin, Charles Briggs, Stuart Carty, Michael Cate, Edward Chase, Stephen Clonts, Wayne Coffey, Joseph Connelly. Second Row: Chuck Con- ner, Wayne Courtney, James Crone, Parker Curtis, John Daniels, William Darby, Donald Denney, Hoyt Denton, Charles Dobson, KAPPA 187. fra Q 'YK T U CHAPTER First Row: Bucky Chase, Corresponding Secretary, Hoyt Denton, Treasurer. Second Row: Gary Honaker, Historian, Eddie Duncan, Recording Secretary. Charles Dodson, William Dooley, Eddie Duncan, Gary Dutton, Robert Edwards, Jeff Erwin, Dennis Falls, John Fly, Thomas Gladden. Third Row: Paul Goddard, John Gray, Alvin Grisham, Arthur Grisham, David Griffith, Ernest Gaulano, Leonard Guck- ert, Allen Hainge, Jon Harvill, William Heck, Andrew Heiskell, Edwin Hochnedel, Gary Honaker, Jerry Householder, William Johnson, J. B. Jones, George Knox, James Leftwich. 183 1801 Melrose Place Clhp HK e YP. PH Suzanne Wood, 'DVA Pledge Sweet- Mrs. Fowler Housemother heart. First Row: Joseph Lewis, Robert Lewis, Alan McDonald, William L. McGuire, David McLane, Donald McMahan, Michael Marshall, Kenneth Miller, Jim Mitchell, Patrick Moulton, Donald Muldrew, Jerold Pace, Kenneth Padgett, James Perry, James Perry, Gaines Pittenger, Stephen Powell, John Pressly. Second Row: Jim Press- wood, Jim Oldendorf, Dick Newport, Mike Dukes, Jim Nowlin, Joe Rader, Miller Wood, Blake Williams, Dave Wyatt, Bill Webb, 184 MMA DELTA The amysteryv has been solved-Mr. Ed is dead which Wav f0 the meh S I'00I'fl9 Clarence Walker, Bob Wallace, Tom Waggoner, Charlie Tucker Dalton Townsend, Bill Thompson, Mike Thompson, Ray Thachi Third Row: Tony Taylor, Milton Sweeney, Charlie Snodgrass, Ed Smith, Bill Slautterback, Bob Savage, Paul Rupp, Dave Rule, Jim Perry, Scotty Robinson, Roger Riley, Bill Ragsdale, John Redman, Hoyle Ragsdale, p :legion wefa A f ,g Hurrah, Grace Talone pays his bill . . . Snake Scarbrough made a "C"' 'su a f wg: . . . hey, Prestayko, whose wine did you toast the Queen with last night . . . .5 Q' ' anyone like 20 gross of 60-watt bulbs . . . Norman searches for the Red ,KA 4 Q15 Elephant under the bush . . . Bumgarner the deerslayer . . . Smiley Oblok 'y says Robert E. Lee, who's he . . . the Human Blackball is Gone . . . Possum .Q L, Purdy says, "Oh, my back . . ." . . . Parker! who's he . . . Chewy Norris snakes King . . . Jolly Green the permanent pledge finally goes active . . . Jessie Ray the lover . . . Karl is now singing bass with the Phi Delts . . . Q Q Merlin Rose the magician . . . Baby Fairy Parsons . . . a driverless car, no K it's Archie C .... Joe Murry, are you really a salty dog? . . . Francis is at aw in love again . . . George Erwin a leader of men? boys?? children??? . . . the Foreign Legion iinally takes Ed Talone . . . Sammy Darden beats Roberta Allison for the SEC Championship . . . but I thought McCrary lived at the "Corner" . . . Yogi Bear finally passes 311 . . . Sing-a-long with Shelburne if you dare . . . Karl is carrying 28 hours this quarter . . . I wonder which girl Tony and Bob have a date with this week . . . Notice Herbie the Rat is Dead . . . Big Bad Bruce the Georgia Jock . . . Gunner Joe hits for two . . . Archie surely didn't read his Christmas present . . . Scotty presses 118 pounds-38-24-36 . . . chapter meeting Monday at Brownie's. First Row: Robert Bailey, Paul Berwey, James Boles, Ben Bum- T garner, Steven Butler, Archie Carpenter, Dale Costner, Jack I Q E Crowder, Samuel Darden, Jerry Dowling, William Erwin, Nor- man Estep, Shelburne Ferguson, Marion Francis, Weyman Fus- sell, Michael Goza. Second Rfow: Steve Goza, Burton Hall, Ed- ward Haynes, Gary Hill, Andy Holt, William Hutton, David Jus- tus, John King, John Lackey, John Lain, David Langfitt, Thomas 186 2. a. we . 'Y' I X if "Q-'L'!..'In""w2!-'E GAMMA CHAPTER KW X. 5.5, gg? ww' Mike E. Goza, Vice-President, Karl F. Yena, Treasurer: F. Edward Scarbrough Secretary. Lennon, James Long, George McCrory, John Mahoney, Terry Mahoney, Terry Martin. Third Row: Robert Massey, Joseph Murray, Frank Norris, Richard Northcutt, David Obiak, William Parker, Charles Parsons, Robert Pryor, Gerry Purdy, James Rose, Joseph Royal, Frank Scarbrough, Jessie Smith, Ed Talone, John Talone, Tim Tarzier, Wayne Woods, Carl Yena. 187 ,Oki .Sigma alalaa All IW! SZ .A Z George made a short speech of the history of the fraternity , . . let her C? 'QQ go, Nick . . . the Rose committee report was given . . . Emory buried him x S 42, on the 18th hole . . . Guffee is considering transferring to LSU . . . is it jf XX Maggie or Madelyn, Mike . . . Skeet against Charlie in the Black Belt Cham- ! XX pionship . . . Mr. Billy Lunch . . . what do you meen Skeet . . . that is really brotherhood Deadrock-how about loaning me your nose for the Hal- loween Party . . . Kelso: bull rat finally makes it . . . somebody run get Averiett, Deputy Dog's on TV . . . Pledge Hedge . . . I'm dying to see 4 Durwood Bagwell, what a stiff . . . hey, Blalock, has your left foot ever met F 4 your right foot . . . Henry Wadsworth Boggs . . . PLEASE Mike . . . 873 Bullet head . . . what are you doing with your hands, Buford . . . Little 1 Benny, you're fined a dollar for cussing . . . hey Mapes, I heard we were having cinnamon cobbler for dessert . . . did you eat that, Nick . . . tone . . . the Owens boys-KO and DO . . . someone stole Taylor's English Leather . . . you're eat up with it, Stanley . . . Rock Boggs . . . Holly, Folly, Jolly, Dolly . . . back in 1946 down in the treasurer's office . . . the pledges brought the seats back just in time . . . Dave Henry and Red Dog . . . I'd rather be dead than red on the head . . . free karate lessons: see Burris, Holland, Petrone, or Harrop . . . J. Fred . . . Fultz put on a good show at the Hallo- ween Party . . . Brother Lem Motlow . . . give 'em mud and blood. First Row: Mike Abbott, Gregg Accas, James Averiett, Drury Bagwell, Tom Barr, Jim Blalock, Tommy Boggs, Edmund Bolt, Theron Bracey, Danny Brown, Eddie Brummitt, Skeet Burris, Jim Burris, 'lom Burton, Danny Butler, Conley Carter, William Charnblev, Clifford Coggin. Second Row: William Collier, Kyle Collins, James Cook, Kendall Cosey, Gil Crouch, Fletcher Daley, Mike Diana, Tom DiGovanni, Thomas Dewdel, John Duke, Rich- 188 1 3 il P I r 3 J X ,Ar , fag CHAPTER , it First Row: Nick Nicholson, Secretary, Taylor Simonton, Sentinel. Second Row: Tommy Boggs, Vice-President, Danny Brown, Inductorg Ron Walton, Treasurer, ard Ellis, Richard Evans, William Fendley, James Floyd, David Fulgham, Michael Fults, John Goshy, David Greene. Third Row: George Grow, Pat Guffee, Bill Harrell, Paul Harrison, Charlie Harrop, Eric Houtala, Perry Haymore, Bert Headden, Paul Hedge, David Henry, Richard Hollan, John Holly, Richard Humphries, Roger Jenne, John Johnson, Jimmy Jones, Jerry King, William Kyle. 1-'Sl yi. 'Q f"7 189 1301 Laurel Avenue L, if di' If - , is e -in 4 W . , L PHI Nollie Sharp, fIPEK Moonlight Girl First Row: David Livingston, Thomas Lowe, Don Major, James Maples, Stephen May, Thomas McCampbell, Errett McConnell, D. L. McCord, Claude Meek, Jimmy Mills, James Mooney, Lynn Moore, George Morton, Guy Moser, Doug Nichols, William Nicholson, Billy Norton, William Oglesby. Second Row: James Osteen, Jerry Overton, Ron Pace, John Petrone, Terry Price, Ronald Reel, William Renick, Richard Roach, John Anthony, Richard Roberts, Robert Shoen, Walter Sherley, Richard Shu- s E 190 SIGMA KAPP "Who put cement in my deodorant?" N0 wonder Smokey died maker, John Simonton, Jimmy Simpson, Benton Smith, Vaughn y Smith, Frank Spangler. Third Row: Ronald Spurling, William Thomas, Dewey Tucker, Lowell Umbarger, Verlin Vandergriif, William Varnell, Oscar Vaughn, Jim Waller, William Walton, James White, Norman Wilkerson, Curtis Williams, William Wil- liams, Jack Wolff. Not Pictured: Bill Carty, David Cottrell, Mike Cuddy, Robbie Franklin, Clay Harkleroad. 191 p'.!alal0a - Memories, Memories, who will forget the great memories of 1963-64 . . . X D' ' ', thei slhutters we sgicog-:hfrom UTb agd nexiler used . . . pre-rush house cleaning P ,id an ow we use as as a u er w en t e going got rough . . . Bonnie .ff Q in jeans and a sweatshirt all fired up for PiKA . . . all the boys so fired QHIIXFXJ' 7 5' up for Bonnie . . . Mom Ross plus the girls that made rush such a success 5, . . . pledging night and the 30 guys that came down the front walk . . . 1 Qizk the boys so fired up for anything . . . the Field Secretary and his Swimming X' .Vo :Qf0,fQggQ.fffffb K excursion at the Holiday lnn . . . Bill and Kurt during the football games fl iffy" ' X with their purple friend . . . the football games and why we drank . . . X242-f':1t,, Homecoming and why we drank . . . Missy, a new occupant at 1800 Melrose ' - X -get a pledge to clean it up . . . Rowdy and Stanley who waited so long to cut their hair . . . Beall, who hasn't cut his yet . . . the Greenhill Singers, from rush to the Winston-Salem Hootenanny . . . the great Christmas tea with Mom, Bonnie, and our alums . . . Page, top music, and top food . . . "Tex" McPherson vs. Matt Dillon . . . the Highwaymen, Bud and Travis, and one-third of the Phoenix singers playing Old Brown in the Bastille . . the Hill's no-drinking rule . . . why we drank in the street . . . the AA taking over the 1305 W. Clinch Palace . . . we had a spree in '63 but we'll have more in '64 First Row: William Allen, Robert Bailey, William Baker, John Banta, William Beall, Edward Blackman, Stanley Bowden, Jo- seph Brown, Barry Bundrant, Rhett Burton, J. C. Carroll. Second Row: Norman Carroll, Glenn Corbett, Willis Creech, Lee Deuton, Tommy Duff, Jack Ewing, William Fisher, Frank Fulton, Robert ZETA 197. w Q K ., - 1 1 President' BOB MCPHERSON Vin Swasey, Vice-Presidentg Frank Fulton, Seeretaryg Joe Wanek, Treasurer CHAPTER Gaston, Dale Glover, Jerry Goff, Walter Haffner, Edward Hall. Third Row: Hayden Hampton, Bob Harding, Geoffrey Himmrich, Dale Hensley, Jack Hestle, William Heller, Charles Huston, Michael Knightcn. Johnnv Leach, Howard Lee. John McCarthy, Robert McPherson, A. vvmw-er GK K', sy X ' if ,K try .K ,QQ - ' - la i ,, fi . 'rwigy M-'x . PWPYLS , '17 H-max' '--ww 193 1800 Melrose Avenue .. Bonnie Perkins, HKA Dream Girl First Row: Bill Marks, William Marsh, John Moore, William Mor- gan, Sherrell Myriek, Frank Nott, David Nyitray, Kurt Olson, Jack Painter, Walter Palmer, Richard Pearson, Marc Pellegrino. Second Row: Kermit Phillips, Michael Redd, Jimmy Reece, Bob I KAPPA ALPHA Nr, 1' wav, if 2 .gait 45 W: The sheep turned out to be a ram: HY-Ou calm do this to me . l l rm in SGA? Mary had a little lamb. Sammons, Robert Schrader, Bart Shurman, Allan Swasey, Dave Thigpen, Charles Turner, Morgan Tyrrell, Joe Wanek, David Weidner. Third Row: Robert Weismueller, John Whaley, James Whittaker, Thomas Wilson, Paul Wylie. INN Q83 .nf Pfi- Q-Q-7 195 ml? igma gpdiin .A ' When the foo birds flew over the purple and gold . . . just how wise A if was the bird when it flew over Pfohl? . . . but of Graybeal the bird wasn't Q wise, only Smartt, and a silver bird, Sam, larcened Brubakerls heart . . . ....3 3 when the foo bird crossed Muntz, he got sick, be-Came ille and his chick went out skiing, got snowed by the thrill . . . as for Pinky the lover, again lavaliered, 5 he got snowed in the stands when the cheerleaders cheered . . . wee Howard 'V' showed off Cosmopolitan strength . . . when he measured the room by a chair + + thrown its length . . . and Joe Tagg displayed his fraternity bent by the time Q 'lnlh he spent here-more than 80? ,... consolations to Matt for the skit we've con- cb pg' 6 veyed since the West Side lost out, it did not make the Grad-e . . . but a friend- , 'Q Y 4 ship award for year 1-9-6-3 was hung out with the wash of Joe H. and ' John T .... the awards anatomical dole We in threes . . . to Mann and his gut, - . John Hair-is, and Tommy Poe's knees . . . here's to J.T. and Murtaugh for say- uxm ing of sooth: the blind lead the blind in their search for the truth . . . now the money we made when we pledged up the goats is invested in Greeny's vicuna fur coats . . . for Greeny's a gambler, he'll bet on a nag . . . and the Mafia has pledged both Willis and Tagg . . . My muse hovers down in descent like a bird to limit this spiel to the 200th word . . . "enough ana- pest and this grey Hannel wit . . . itls just as I figured: You couldn't handle it." First Row: Charlie Baker, Richard Bethea, Jame Blakemore, James Boya, David Brubaker, Jimmy Bryan, Wiliam Bryan, Sammy Burton, Bob Calloway, Hal Canary, Robert Carney, John Cavender, Mike Christian, James Clay, George Clawson, Joel Clements, John Coleman, William Collier. Second Row: Jacques Courtemanche, Phil Crichton, Jeff Daniel, Malone Daugherty, Phil Davis, Robert Day, Mann Drumheller, Warner Dunlap, Bob 196 KAPPA CHAPTER Bill Thomas, Eminent Deputy Archon, Bill Eubank, Eminent Recorder, Robert Mainord, Eminent Treasurer, Eldridge, Bill Eubank, Shannon Faulkner, Lewis Foster, Jim Garner, Sam Gary, James Gieselmann, John Graybeal, Kenneth Graybeal, Charles Griesbeck. Third Row: Jerry Guthrie, Larry Guthrie, John Harris, Joe Harrison, Ward Hendon, Don Hust, Charles Jackson, Dennis Jacobs, Bob Kassem, Richard Keen, Bill Kelly, Jim Keras, George Kershaw, Roger Kesley, Ron Kirk- land, Tom Kilpatrick, John Laughlin, George McAlister. 197 938 South 17th Street SIGMA X' mx "Let me hold your ha-a-a-a-and . . ." First Row: Matt McClellan, Jim McCormick, Robert McClure, Richard McDougal, Robert Mainord, Charles Matthews, James Matthews, Porter Mayo, Ed Menefee, Newt Metcalf, Frank Mur- taugh, William Muse, David Myers, Doug Newton, Robert Perk- ins, Robert Pfohl, Tom Poe, Frank Powers. Second Row: James Powers, William Powers, Henry Pottebaum, John Province, Dun- can Ragsdale, Eddy Register, Roger Ridenour, Campbell Ridley, I ALPHA EPSILO Your eye fell out? Toby Roberts, Dale Shasteen, Tom Shipman, Toby Silberman, John Small, Barry Sobral, Gene Stanley, Bill Sudderth, Charlie Sullivan, Joe Tagg: Third Row: Jerome Taylor, William Thomas, Bill Thompson, John Threadgill, James Tinkler, Cameron Trenor, Keeling Turner, Ken Wyatt, Rich Worley, Ben Woodson, Robert Withers, John Willis, John Williams, Cole Wilder, Linton Young, Edward Wheland, Charles Webb. 1 igma ' Otago This was a year to remember . . . Prugh's The Bountiful Mutiny . . . Fra- ternity of the Year . . . if you can't take a joke . . . whiz kids perform at Homecoming . . . tube team has disastrous quarter on the Hill . . . Buff solves the food problem . . . here she comes-run . . . Sigs hire full-blooded Indian 5 , with deodorant problem . . . Worthy writes his love letters in Russian . . . ' math is easier the fourth time around . . . let's all roll on the Hoor at 1404 . . . nice to see you up, Art, whose car do you want this time? . . . Crabtree 5 I replaces Crossman . . . the Eagle . . . Camille, the girl of our dreams . . . 4 X 2, Hart establishes new record-pinned least length of time . . . new consump- ' V ' tion records set . . . fie on ol' A. E. C .... 14th place in Homecoming Dis- ' f ' plays . . . the Sweetheart Ball . . . the morning after . . . Freshman-n-n! . . it ain't no big thing . . . Workshop and the KA cannon . . . Mary Jane Walker, International Sweetheart . . . cover of Parade Magazine . . . Mixer and his singers try for All-Sing '64 . . . the Christmas Party . . . Santa Miller and Ramrod the Reindeer . . . Dean Lewis and the Untouchables . . . Ramer-"if y'all don't hold the noise down, l'm gonna fine each of you 9510" ., . . scratch! . . . Sigma Chi kennel . . . Charlie's a man and he's gonna hurt Hugh Baby if he doesn't stop shooting Hrecrackers . . . On second thought, why don't we forget this year? First Row: Terry Abernathy, John Baker, Bobby Baker, Ted Barber, Dean Barger, Barry Bartlett, Larry Barton, Bob Berg, Don Berry, Kent Bewley, Archer Bishop, Brad Bittle, Jess Bowen, Bob Brandon, Allen Bray, Danny Bridges, Danny Brown, Ross Brudenell, John Buffaloe, Bill Byford. Second Row: Mike Caus- seaux, Steve Causseaux, Chappy Chapman, Dwight Church, Richard Clark, Ben Coffey, Tom Collins, Bob Collins, Danny 200 ""I"'t SIG A CHAPTER 'SD 613 First Row: Bob Garrett, Treasurer, Bobo Olsen, Pledge Trainer. Second Row: Bob Mifflin. Rush Chairman: Ross Brudenell, Vice-President: Art O'Neal, Secretary. Cooksey, Ronnie Cox, Robert Crabtree, Craig Crawley, Jim Crowder, Chris Culley, Charles Dalch, Edward Dalch, Lynn Davis, Tom Davis, Bill Dawson, Mac Dean, Third Row: Pat Downey, Bill Farnham, Edgar Faust, David Foy, Boyd Francis, George Garner, Bob Garrett, Mark Greenfield, Ed Gropp, Bob Hale, Jim A. Hall, Jim N, Hall, Jerry Hamby, Ronnie Hart, Keith Hastings, Shelton Hillman, Parks Hitch, Bill Hodges, Don Jack- son, David Jones. V x 'LOI SIGMA 1119 Circle Piark Kg A Camille Walker, EX Sweetheart Mrs, Jackson, Hougemgther First Row: Fred Jones, Jim Jordan, Ted Daminski, Ed King, Reg Lewis, Jay Livingston, Jim Loy, John Marschel, Joe Matlock, Jim Mattern, Frank McCalla, Con McConnell, George McGold- rick, Bill Middlemas, Bob Mifflin, Sam Miller, Rich Minkoff, Ronnie Molloy, Bill Mott, Bruce Mulkey. Second Row: Durham Myers, Loch Neely, Greg O'Conner, Bob Ogdin, Bobo Olsen, Art O'Nea1, Don Parkinson, Dick Puryear, Sam Rainer, Jack Ransom, 'LO2 CHI ". . . but I still don't see no mermaid." "Oral called and said he'd be ten minutes late." Mike Rawdon, Dusty Rhodes, Tom Riggs, John Roach, Jim Rose, Ricky Russell, Dickie Sharp, Buzz Sienknecht, Tom Siler, Glen Smotherman. Third Row: Jim Stansberry, Dick Taylor, Bascornb Thomas, Tommy Thomason, Gary Thomasson, Herbert Thorn- bury, Carl Traub, Jim Trent, Scott Trimble, John Van Mol, Bill Wade, Aaron Watts, Jack Webb, Henry Williams, Paul William- son, Harry Wood, L. D. Word, Bill Word. --r 103 , Y-7--W W- - WWW Ill in 1 K ,X ,as gl sn, " Hu,- 635695 igma All aboard-Mayllower now departing for Gatlinburg--May the Lord have mercy on us . . . boom, boom, boom, boom-take cover, here comes Cathy . . . "1.5y' by Steve . . . for sale-7-bedroom house near school, 535,000 . . anybody seen a fly trap hanging around? . . . Karmann Ghia takes :up shaving . . . pledge lost to fecundity . . . Shape returns . . . but I want to watch Bonanza . . . Banks bags a bunny . . . "Louie, Louie, bop bop a doo bop-here cmes B. J .... Mom's hand-painted jewelry box sells well . . . time for my eight o'clock, Jack--shut up and deal, Gary . . . and then there's that "4 COD S ! fish on Friday . . . come on, Dot, let's twist . . . Joan, First Row: Arthur Adair, James Anderson, Ralph Anderson Charles Arrants, James Brown, Robert Burton, Phillip Calloway Grady Clark, William Cole, William Compton, Jerry Cooper James Corrick, William Couillard, Mack Curtis. Second Row William Crudup, H. G. Daves, O. W. Davis, Stephen Denton Warren Dill, Breudan Downing, Stewart Dunn Bill Ervin Wil EPSILON -1.04 may I go drink a beer? . . . Williams experiments with PH--PH positive lx ET CHAPTER W :J ,fx Commander, STEVE TIDWELL Standing: B. J. Downing, Treasurer, John Tindal, Chaplaing Russell Houser, Re- corder. Seated: Pat Williams, Lieutenant Commander., liarn Field, Robert Fitts, Ronald Goodwin, Duane Graddy, Robert Gray, Michael Gritzner. Third Row: Donald Halliburton, Jack Hamby. Birncy Hand. Paul Harmon, James Harper, William Hes- son, Joe Hilliard, L. E. Hornby. Russell Houser, William Kenner, Ray Kother, D. R. Lee, Gary Loug, Richard Love. -sg-49 -oi .-Q, wi -.H--I ini Sf., -:7 'NL 4""1!' Nix -""P wwf , '5' 'LOS 900 South 17th Street 75eetfi5f SIGMA Gail Webb, EN White Rose First Row: Terry Lutes, H. N. Lyles, Kenneth Miller, Finley Moses, G. Newton, John Nowell, Walter Olson, J. C. Perkinson, Richard Pierle, Gerald Pilgrim, Michael Rocco, Mitchell Roden, John Scott, Robert Scott. Second Row: C. L. Sharpe, John Shields, Dwight Sorrell, Grant Spencer, John Thompson, Joseph Thomas, 'LO "ThUm difly' Recent laboratory tests proved Steve Tidwell, John Tindall, Donald Van Hyning, Richard Wat- kins, John Wayman, George White, Wayne Williams, R. E. Yar- brough. Not Pictured: Larry Clark, Robert Cashin, Charles Irwin, Peter Larson, Gerald Lee, Gifford R. Mynatt, Thomas Scott, Hank Stanfield, Robert St. John. 107 igma Flu Cfipffif, Roll out the kegs . . . Brothers in "Ye Ole Shebeen" . . . Fourth place in swimming and track . . . second place in softball and bowling . . . first place in Hellraisin' . . . neighbors five blocks away claim our parties to be the best . . . Number one on Dean's List and Dean's Black List . . . new l'2'D house mom Calfee . . . old housemother in padded cell in hospital fnervous QWWO breakdownj . . . "Red Door" painted by neighbors or other organizations for Christmas . . . Christmas Party with red-nosed St. Nick . . . Rockie and Nickie in Sevierville Kerrs Prix purchased with social fund Red s . ,, D . . . . . . lfiyud the Brain and comptroller in South America . . . Sandy redecorated the flag ' . . . Sig Ep Hstorm troopersl' attack Stadium . . John "Paul" Roisums' mid night ride . . . Burchett shares "Lightning's,' lemonade . . . Sisk in flight training . . . generosity of State Farm . . . Ernie evacuates Frog Pond . . Ford makes the grade . . . Carol and Ron or Roy . . . Sam "da Vinci" paints again . . . Cochran's midnight swim . . . Dave and Alive take time to eat . . first "Duck" in Arnold Air Society . . . 100 greatest lovers on campus . . 80,000 greatest men in the world . . . "Fuhrer" Roy Kerr . . . "pumpkin gal' Sandy Anglea . . . ALL BROTHERS OF THE GOLDEN HEART. First Row: Gary Allen, William Allen, David.Amonette, Charles Andreski, Leroy Atkins, Donald Baker, Dick Beaver, Harry Borders, James Brown, William Brown, Franklin Chance, Joel Clifton, Ron Cochran, Jerry Crutcher. Second Row: Jerry Daniels, Charles Davidson, John Dayes, J. D. Dodd, Kindall Ethridge, J1m Falco, Harry Ford, David Foster, Larry Foster, Edgar Fraker, TENNESSEE was 108 is is ALPHA CHAPTER President, ROY KERR Ron Cochran, Vice-President, Jerry Crutcher, Secretary, Bill Allen, Recorder. John Goodman, Bobby Grissom, James Harding William Hayes. Third ROV: James Hicks, Boo Hovis, Joseph Jachetti, Jim Jen- nette. Roy Kerr, Walter Lee, Glen Letsinger, Carl Liggett, Richard Lillie, John Long, Thomas Lusk, James McConkey, Michael Mc- , NMLUV Mahan, Ronald Marshall. '45 111' N .,...-14' .1 Jw-L 1 ...aa q-'17 N ' 'rs J ,Q Q, ,sl ., Q 2.09 1816 Melrose Place . . 0 - Q ous: Q70 veg vt. Q K o a ZKDE 1 SIGM 1 ff gg? l gi, i, , Sandra Anglea, EIIJE Cinderella Girl First Row: Ernest Mathis, Dale Michaud, John Miller, Bob Moon, John Mowrey, Norman Newton, Wilson Painter, Larry Partain, D. L. Peterson, Jeffrey Peterson, Nick Poulos, Gabriel Raggianti, John Ramsey, James Ritts. Second Row: John Robinson, John Roisum, Charles Ross, Jim Sanders, Dick Schmus, Thomas 'LIO HI EPSILON Amen' What, me worry? Scruggs, Sam Sentelle, Audy Sisk, Mark Smith, Andrew Stallings, William Sullivan, James Sumners, Ward Thomas, Walter Twiste. Third Row: William Tyler, Terry Wade, Charles Walker, Cliif Walters, James Wilkinson, John Wilson, Larry Winegar. 'LII Zia Eta flu, Being of sound mind and body, we the men of ZBT leave behind another year . . . We hope . Fall Quarter rush . . . come on in . . . have some punch . . . the mad punter strikes again . . . Pledge-Active football game . . . Bruises . . . Who's on the phone? Oh, it's you . . . bring the shampoo . . . and now, to the tune of "There's a Moon Out Tonight," Rick will do the old soft shoe . . . Finals . . . study, study, study . . . Winter and Steve got his hair cut . . . Bruised bottoms in Gatlinburg . . . Cupper's back, and I do mean back . . . Shakey's knee, Bloom's thumb, Jack's leg, and Richard's uh-back . . . Whose idea was it to run a direct line to third floor south . . . Hey, look at that shirt it's a size 151f2 neck with 32-33 sleeves . . . After the Surgeon General's report everybody stopped . . . buying . . . me, ask questions, what do you mean? pray for snow to a twelve-foot Indian . . . Kenny, you're not at the zoo now . . . let's see, psi has a "p" and an "s" in it . . . therefore Beta Psi chapter is at Penn State . . . Is the "L.N." really engaged . . . Exams . . . Meet you in Daytona, O.K.? . . . Register late and miss three days of class . . . Might as well make a real vacation out of it . . . how could two sororities win last year's "Treasure Hunt?" . . . why Won't the K.U.B. install more lights on Seventeenth St.? . . . are they anti-frisbee matches? . . . have you ever had a West High shower? . . . Bloom, what are you majoring in next quarter? . . Makes no difference what the line is on tonight's game, there's a sucker born every minute . . . what's orange and goes click-click? . . . A ball point carrot . . . be true to your school . . . see y'all next fall . . . ugh! poetry? First Row: Bernard Blen, Richard Caen, Joey Cooper, Ronnie Cooper, Danny Farber, Ira Fenton, Bob Freeman, Roger Gilbert, Harold Glaser, Richard Golden, Ralph Golden, Larry Gordon, Marty Greenberg, Ronnie Halpern. Second Row: Steve Hersh- man, Mel Jacobson, Richard Kaufman, Louis Kisper, Mark Lie- ALPHA 2.17. in 4' 'Wy U CHAPTER President, RICHARD CAEN Lester Rosenbloom, Vice-President: Steve Hershman, Secretary, Richard Rein- hardt, Treasurerg Martin Greenberg, Historian. berman, Kenny Marcus, Richard Reinhardt, Carl Reiter. Richard Roberts, Howard Rosenberg, Lester Rosenbloorn, Allan Schwartz, Howard Spector, Jack Topchick, Burton Weil. Not Pictured: Allan Serotta, Howard Spector. 'LI Ulflnlfn, 001,58 Give those freshmen a warm handshake . . . "If I have to give that speech again!" . . . that guy has a wicked handshake . . . Sunburst Rose, where ,L X are you? . . . another all-night session stuffing crepe paper Burkhart . . . O.K., so what do we pull it with, Colebank? . . . it looked great until the rains HGJESA' came down the alley, not the gutter, Scott . . . George, you're anchor man . . . , yi , , X577 I A x S - I 1 Q Oc, "Let's give a cheer for Farmhouse scholarship." . . . wonder why? . . . where's Withrow?-Oak Ridge, I guess . . . Col. Ramsey, take it easy on those Cadets . . . OK, who's got Shakey's nerve pills? . . . the actives won again . . . how are those cold beans, pledges? . . . Jerry, where do we put the band? Billantine, where are those pledges? . . . Kyle, the mail's here! . . . Hondala's A in majoring in 111 chemistry!! . . . house looked pretty good tonight, Sharkey 9 In . . . Kirk's cooking supper!-oh no, not green beans again! .' . . how's the pro- Fu, fessional pledge, John? . . . Charlie's on the phone again . . . Battle, the Sprite QQMHOUQ' stays outside . . . Dennis, where's the quiet man? . . . Joe, when's practice? who got married during Christmas? . . . who's rid'n with suicide Al? . . . Jack, where's your excuse? . . . what happened to the gavel? Dugger, Mo needs an escort . . . say does theTVwork . . . all right who needs a date . . . there's a ten-minute limit on the phone . . . where are we getting the roses this year . . . the girls are sleeping where? . . . Scott, you want to write a letter . . . what, George left for Chicago! . . . I wanta play . . . May I speak to Dennie Stewart, please? . . . pledge to active-answer the phone . . . Bill, when's the plane leaving . . . Mousy and his booby traps . I . Gus, whata you doin' tonight? . . . have you heard the word? . . . Hi, Bob! First Row: Freddie Brewster, Joe Brock, Jim Burkhart, Albert Carl, George. Claiborne, William Clifton, John Colebank, Billy Dugger, Terrill Eckert, Ronnie Fielder, Jack Foley, Jerry Foster, Donald Garton, William Gillentine, Gus Hadorn, Robert Heird. Second Row: John Hodges, John Jordan, Rex Kimbro, Charles King, David King, Jimmy Kirk, Vernon Kirk, Donald Kyle, James Ledford, James Leichty, William McClelland, James TENNESSEE 7.14. CHAPTER First Row: Bob Scott. Business Manager. Second Row: Don Kyle, Vice-Presidentg John Jordan, Corresponding Secretary. Third Row: Jim Kirk, Kitchen Stewardg John Ramsey, Recording Secretaryg Sharkey McClelland, House Manager. McConnell, James Passmore, Bobby Peters, Lawrence Ramsey, Jon Ramsey. Third Row: Roy Ramsey, Robert Rollins, Robert Scott, Charles Self, William Schmidt, Dennis Stewart, Robert Stewart, Harry Strawn, Donald Warmbrod, Gene Withrow. Not Pictured: Charles Ayres, Danny Hall, Charles Hill, George Humphrey, Jimmy Rogers, Dewey Wyrick. 7.15 BML si' R5 .. '99, ? 1 ' K HQ'-J ' gf' X lf, ,V 4. ,Q Z , 5 6 Q ' I 3 iff Q2 in if w I ,mb ff 1 5 ykljmtkfggv ' A rf N I , L if L Q- . fi 21,1 5 Mfun feel' WALLENE THREADGILL 8 35 wf2,gzww,Af mega aw' ' kwfg fa:-31515: H , .mgwgw emy t ff e .4 2 1 , P' if Q N f'U iiwhh 4 ia .L ,. ,V AIA rm an-nas.-av. ' , W- f?ifQ'ff 5 f M il J 3, 4 ,, gf. ' S .nm X 163 1, L .1 if D., ,,psrlg,..w. ef! 'X ff 1 , .K-givfgif ' m WSW 2 dl' ix 5 QM SL M sw ,, 71" . N . , , J BOOL 6 .qgixafyfg ' 'Ki rf av ,. 5 , Q E .,.,, 'wrap- 5 '2 :gk I , im BOB WOODRUFF, Athletics Director JIM MCDONALD, Head Coach THE 1963 FOOTBALL SEASON Alt. Capt. Jerry Milchin, Capt. Buddy Fisher, Alt. Capt. Mallon Faircloth. Gus Manning, Administrative Assisiantg Haywood Harris, Publicity Director. 'WY M 3iH W 3 vi ,Q gr i , W fi ki' S 194 A958 Seated: John Bailey, L. T. Helton, Ralph Chan- cey, Head Coach Jim McDonald, Charlie Cof- fey, Head Freshman Coach Dale Haupt. Standing: Trainer Mick- ey O'Brien, Buck Holli- field, George Cafego. John Mauer, Jack Kile, Harvey Robinson, Bill Majors. - 1,-v-Q.. 'W A First Row: C. Bailey, F. Menendez, B. Yeager, D. Leake, P. Kelley. P. Canini, G. Tedford, B. Morton. R. Dockery, B. Cam- eron, D. Evey, S. DeLong, B. Xvolerin, T. Johnson, A. Tanara J. Gowdy, J. Cotton. G. Gray. Second Row: M. Faircloth J. Lowe, W. Bush, N. Sullivan, J. Milchin, B. Tomlinson, J. Smith, A. Pedersen, A. O'Neal, J. Falco, F. Scholfield, J. Sulli- van, P. Downey, B. Hammond, F. Martin. K. Honea, J. Paty, D. Henson, K. Pritchard, A. Cantrell, M. Reynolds. Third Row EJ f. , j .Lis . 5. . K . u ., G. Woods. R. Anderson, A. Denney. R. Molaskey. E. Harrison, E. Phillips. R. Franklin, T. Kimble, H. Wantland, J. Patterson, R. Jellicorse, B. Frazier, J. Crumbacher, D. Brown, C. Harkleroad, C. Rigsby, V. Ferrari, B. Petrella. B. Dalton, B. Yoder, T. Fell, C. Ellis, Fourth Row: M. Gentry, T, Bird, J. Lyman, J. Eller, T. Beckham, J. Cantrell, B. Kirkendol, N. Ackermann, S. Mitchell, T. Fisher, D. Brown, B. 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Wir EZ . 1 in I if ' ii +L " : M 1 Q. f 'X W' " Wi- .1 f -f . W -4. . . . , I - I . Y A -,. . A Q, fwfr f , 1 . .' .4 , ww.. - f -ww. . '- lf. PZ . Y -4 wfx 'agp A f 4, . .f 1 'ff -4 T? mit. ,L X 1 . X" Mm, fulfil? W 5204... rf'-2. xi.. - ,ii qv: .-f Q ' 'f M,-7 .e 1' . . ol' . Vi 5Tifrf.f4 '6 . After an easy win over Chattanooga, the Vols RESU E OF Under the direction of newly appointed head coach, Jim McDonald, newcomers to the Ten- nessee varsity made an impressive showing by scoring four of five touchdowns in Tennessee's 1963 season opener against Richmond. Sopho- more Hal Wantland tallied two touchdowns, Glen Gray got one, and big Stan Mitchell blasted across for another. Mallon Faircloth, the senior citizen of the scorers. reached the goal line just before the Iinal buzzer. Sophomore David Leake kicked the four extra points. Twenty-two sophomores were in action in the 34-6 win, while only eight juniors and thirteen seniors got into the game. On defense Steve DeLong continually harrassed Richmond's runners and passers as he did every opponent throughout the 1963 sea- son. Coach McDonald was very happy with the Vol conquest but hastened to add that we had a lot of things to work on . . Tenn. Richmond First downs 19 10 Net yards rushing 301 23 Net yards passing 105 153 Passes 6-18 11-35 Intercepted by 2 1 Punts 3-52.0 7-40.0 Fumbles lost 2 2 Yards penalized 107 10 Errors plagued Auburn, when Jimmy Sidle, bigger than five blunders, messed up Tennessee's Project Improvement, 23-19, on a damp, dark day at Neyland Stadium. It was an historic third case of more lightning in the same spot. The Vols forged ahead but let the lead slip as the Tigers got tougher instead of tired. Auburn won the hard way, overcoming five fumbles and scoring fourteen points in the fourth quarter. Tennessee, alert and scrapping right to the finish, used Auburn bobbles for all 19 points. Tennessee scored on a Fred Martin field goal, a Mallon Faircloth-to-Tanara pass, a safety and a Faircloth plunge. Again no T-formation. Tenn. Auburn First downs 9 15 Net yards rushing 121 184 Net yards passing 66 83 Passes 4 8 Intercepted by 0 1 Punts 8-30.5 3-43.0 Fumbles lost 1 5 Yards penalized 83 70 The Mississippi State game boiled down to State playing Tennessee off the field the first half and the vols doing the same the second. The difference was that State scored and Tennessee didn't. The score was 7-0. Bobby Petralla, sopho- more wingback, was one of the best players on the field. He snagged five Faircloth passes and ran well on the reverse. Bobby Morton had ger- haps the toughest luck of any of the Vols. ent in at the time when pressure was on full blast, the only thing that kept the Murfreesboro senior from a touchdown was a shoestring tackle by a lucky State defender. Maybe we'll get lucky later in the season. Tenn. Miss. State First downs 12 16 Net yards rushing 116 232 Net yards passing 94 55 Passes 9-15 5-19 Intercepted by 4 0 Punts 7-31.0 6-42.0 Fumbles lost 1 2 Yards penalized 30 67 Wayne Bush fanned a few sparks into the flame but leader Billy Lothridge built a bonfire big enough for a well-done 23-7 Georgia Tech victory over the Vols. A record crowd of 51,527 saw the Vols sink to their third straight South- eastern Conference loss. Minus the mistakes. Tennessee played an improved game against the heavily favored Yellow Jackets. Up front, the THE 1963 FTOOTB Vols ranged from solid to superb. The pass de- fense was caught asleep but once, which turned into a 54 yard touchdown pass with 25 seconds left in the half. Bush showed new promise at tailback. He moved the Vols in close on one threat and brought them right back for the only Tennessee touchdown. On the gloomy side, Al Tanara Went out for the remainder of the season with a dislocated knee which required surgery. LL SEASON The Vols were determined to win in Memphis. The practice drills were the finest series anyone could imagine. And what came of it all? The Vols refused to surrender although they were out- matched, and Faircloth fought like a Tigerg but there always seemed to be a Rebel in the Way when a few yards were needed. The Vols hit hard, outrushed the Rebels, never yielded to any sort of long march on the ground and matched the Rebels, sock for sock, and yet the sco-re was 20-0. The Vols' last hope, wins over Kentucky and Vanderbilt . . . First downs Net yards rushing 91 185 Net yards passing 146 115 Passes 6-16 Intercepted by Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized 0 6-36 .1 22 6-13 0 4-41 0 5 Tenn. Miss First downs 12 15 Net yards rushing 168 114 Net yards passing 92 160 Passes 6-19 14-23 Intercepted by 1 2 Punts 8-33 6-44,7 Fumbles lost 2 1 Yards penalized 77 30 The Vols weren't as bad as the score indicted, Tenn. Ga. Tech 13 17 but the mistakes were. The Volunteers returned from Alabama with the worst loss in Tennessee's SEC history. A capacity crowd of 54,000 saw the rout, boosted along by six Vol fumbles. Three Alabama touchdowns came as direct results of the Vol bobbles. Tennessee, hitting its lowest ebb in mo-dern Tennessee football, threatened but once, getting the opportunity after an Alabama fumble. The Vol line was consistently strong, ag- gressive and courageous, but fumbles bounced around crazily until polite maroon shirts curled around the ball. Tennessee's picture, going into the second half of the season looked gloomy, but the stout-hearted Vols were determined to im- prove their record in the last half of the season. And they did . . . Tenn. Alabama First downs 10 16 Net yards rushing 98 195 Net yards passing 50 141 Passes 3-17 11-19 Intercepted by 2 Punts 8-38.5 Fumbles lost 1 Yards penalized 0 6-43 6 62 89 hit the road for New Orleans and an engage- ment with the Greenies of Tulane before a scant 10,000 fans. Tennessee's performance against Tulane was tremendously encouraging, not be- And we did win, 19-0. Troubled throughout the season with mechanical errors, the Volun- teers gave Kentucky an example of what hap- pens without short punts, without fumbles, and without yielding a single damaging pass com- pletion. Nothing worked for Kentucky. Their shot gun fizzled like a wet firecracker. Much of this may be attributed to Tennessee's superiority up front where Fisher, Frasier, Zvolerin, Evey, DeLong and Sullivan pushed the Wildcats around like checkers. The most remarkable ballhandler was Stan Mitchell, the bulldozing sophomore fullback, who chopped out 91 yards, bruised a few Blues and carried others along for a ride. It was a great day for the Vols and the 6,500 Vol fans left the stadium ready to "String along with Mitch." Tenn. Kentucky First downs 11 20 Net yards rushing 85 269 Net yards passing 100 85 Passes 27-10 15-7 Intercepted by 1 3 Punts 6-34 3-24 Fumbles lost 3-1 0-0 Yards penalized 4-43 6-50 First downs Tenn. Chatt. 11 10 Net yards rushing 254 30 Net yards passing 87 104 Passes 5-16 10-25 Intercepted by 2 0 Punts 5-38.6 9-40.0 Fumbles lost 4 1 Yards penalized 80 60 cause of the victory, but because of the margin and the obvious determination in the face of early mistakes. John Paty, the break-away wing- back with an eye-opening 13-yard rushing aver- age, using the wingback reverse shrewdly, netted 43 yards plus a touchdown run that was called back. The 26-0 victory over the Greenies en- couraged the Vols and hopes were building for an upset over Ole Miss. A Mallon Faircloth joined the 1,000-yard club in Tennessee's final game of the season, and the 14-0 win gave the Vols a 5-5-0 record for the efforts in 1963. Tempers were warm more than once. The Vols' Tomlinson and Vandy's Sim Davis were eJected for a brief battle near the visitors bench, and another feud was bubbling as the game' ended. DeLong, again playing at an All-American pace, shared defensive honors with the linebackers. Faircloth was probably the last of the Tennessee wingbacks bec-ause the 1964Useason will probably find the Vols running the T." Steve .DeLong made Look's All-Ameri- can team for his outstanding defense throughout the season and especially against Alabama. Tenn. Tulane e l First downs 18 12 First downs Tllln Vagdy Net yards rushing 285 75 Net yards rushing 292 68 Net yards passing 86 133 Net yards passing 9 131 Passes 5-10 11-19 Passes 1-12 13-28 Intercepted by 1 2 Intercepted by 1 0 Punting average 37.7 36.0 Punts 8-29 9-36 Fumbles lost 2 1 Fumbles lost 2 1 Yards penalized 65 30 Yards penalized 99 40 7-34 W, f wi - 1' , E E E E 3 r E Q"A, A '., ' . Q 1 L A., E, 'F NE ' X E SE if X E 9 Y E E A'-' - - 3 W- ' ,. 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I I 'uifmt , M , Av ,H i gh KS, E E E 1 M TULANE IENNESSEE OI lflw E? R ? ,X E ig I , .1 M '-'- TENNESSEE 0 IV 0 0- 0 S MISSISSIPPI TI 6I 0 20 A VK M LSL, , V . ,Vg A aff 1 Mitchell , I f 'D ,Lg , S MM ,,E 1 ' -', VF' 'Af 4" H. K if-:qs fin 1 -fi J. Qiigif -Xi? Mm-11.-1 E " TENNESSEE 0 7 7 0 14 VANDERBILT 0 0 0 0 0 Y A fa E,:: a 0 E 6 Omg 'J' f ' m K Kneeling: Head Coach Ray Mears. Standing, Left to Right: Bill Gibbs, Jerry Parker, Tommy Bartlett. SEASON RESULTS TENNESSEE OPPONENT V.M.I. 71 59 XAVIER 57 69 RICE 56 61 EAST TENNESSEE STATE 52 51 MARYLAND 70 59 V.P.I. 81 60 ARKANSAS 75 57 CENTENARY 69 58 VANDERBILT 57 55 PHILLIP'S OILERS 68 55 SEWANEE 79 32 TULANE 82 55 L.S.U. 62 58 KENTUCKY 57 66 FORT KNOX 96 56 DUKE 65 67 GEORGIA TECH 83 63 GEORGIA 67 79 MISSISSIPPI STATE 82 58 MISSISSIPPI 92 54 VANDERBILT 64 62 GEORGIA TECH 45 47 ALABAMA 64 67 AUBURN KENTUCKY 7-44 Kneeling: Coach Jerry Parker, Coach Bill Gibbs, Head Coach Ray Mears, Coach Tommy Bartlett. Second Row: Manager Barry Bun- drant, Jim Finley, Larry McIntosh, Skip Plot- nicki, Dennis Falls, Danny Neff, Jimmy Crone, Danny Schultz, Manager Rob Sandford. Third Row: Joe Pietropola, Gil Monroe, Howard Bayne, John Jacobs. Bob Hogsett, A. W. Davis, Sid Elliott, Rick Keeblcr, Pat Robinette. A u LQ 55 Q . f,x. Kneeling: Bob Beristain, Richard Price, Wes Cofman Joe Pangrazio. Seated: Ed Metcalf, Ron Widby, Tom Jarnboski, Manager, Barry Bundrant, Gary Lewis, Tom Hendrix, Jerry Smith. Standing: Coach Ray Mears, Coach Bill Gibbs, Mack Petty, Tom Boerwinkle, Dennis Gibson, Coach Jerry Parker, Coach Tommy Bartlett. IT WAS A GOOD BASKETBALL YEAR . L55 MQM Dan f ,W f, " W ,P ,af V lay . .-gr' . '?s1'fn'4 f5-gf: J 7' fix ' 'K IW Y : '-15: V215 flxifiweikf si F J-32 hiv , . m'f,Q,'e 1, .- rw K-fi1'::ff:5,af 3 'F Wifi 92 ' w uszi, f? 3,1 -, -V fi? 7 wmwu-ww'0""' MMM.-4-wpw ,W-MNYMWV 1, Mg, 4. W, ix... W rs, , 1 0-www-wmv M.,,,g,,w Oops, wrong basket! WITH WINS OVER K in -I' Y.-Wx 3 24 L. S. U., VANDY, SS? Hail the Conquerors TECH . ,F as The 1963-64 basketball team went into this season with four returning starters, two of them All-SEC ma- terial. The new season's outlook was that last year's l leading scorer and All-Conference team member Danny Schultz would be relied upon to score a great deal of the points expected of the 63-64 team. Also, it was for- seen that A. W. Davis, a member of the All-Sophomore team of last year, would play a fine season, helping Schultz collect the baskets. Larry Mclntosh, Howard Bayne, and Jerry Crone were picked as players to watch. Finally, captain Sid Elliott would be called on to do his l jumping around the backbcards. Over-all the Tennessee team was rated for conference contenders, and the other teams in the league were warned to lookout for the mighty Vols! 7-47 4,,,..p:--- Howard Bayne Tennessee's Baby Huey W Sa AND MORE WINS OVER V. P. I., Although the Big Orange outshot Virginia Military Institute from the field and foul line, the opening game of the season was a see-saw battle until the last three minutes of play, when Larry McIntosh and Danny Schultz hit for five points. The score promptly reached 70-50 in the last few seconds. A. W. Davis was high scorer with 21 points while Schultz finished with 20. Perhaps the most thrilling game of the year was the first game against Vanderbilt which was played in Knox- ville. Both teams played championship ball and it was a nip-and-tuck battle with Tennessee ending up as the Victor by two points. The score was 57-55. The loss was Vandy's first in 16 games, and it brought much disap- pointment to the number-six team in the nation. A ca- pacity crowd of 7,200 saw the superb ball handling of Danny Schultz and the stealth of Larry McIntosh as he stole the ball many times from Vandy. in .4 CLE MISS, STATE Danny Schultz The Golden Arm makes two He's called Danny Shoots A fr 149 m gl' ,,gnP"'k S-F IHWW "We can't believe the Polls finally ranked us.', AND HEARTBREAKING LOSSES Bob Hogsett " f- if f. , All FJ! W ,f , gl Y ow Dave ai w wad P, 150 2 9 Pat Robinette Q my I ..- "N0w what do I do, Coach?" T0 DUKE, KENTUCKY, AND GEGRGIA "Oh, that hip!', With fifteen seconds remaining, A. W. Davis was in- tentionally fouled. He sank two, and Mclntosh put the frosting on the cake with another charity shot. Schultz acquired 23 points, and Davis dumped in 20. The Big Five and their coach, Ray Mears, really deserved the bumpy ride to the showers given to them by the happy fans after the final buzzer. Surprised by an odd defense, the Volunteers were un- able to cage the Wildcats as they played before a stand- ing room only crowd of 12,500 in Lexington, Kentucky. Plagued with floor mistakes, and playing against an overloaded defense, the Vols managed to beat the Home Court Advantage by losing by only nine points. The score was 66-57. ,- , A vw-M' Jimmy Crone TOE "I finally made 'E 40 5 ,WA,5g::v K M N ey Il x Larry McIntosh wr-A is No judo tonight, Dub IN THE SEC WITH A 16-8 SEASCN Twist and Shoot Battling the Blue Devils and the oiiicials in an inter- conference game, the Volunteers gave basketball fans a game to remember, nearly upsetting Duke in a thriller that went into double over-time. Tennessee had a fabu- lous night under the boards, grabbing 15 more rebounds than Duke, but the Hnal score was 67-65 in favor of the Blue Devils. More victories over Georgia Tech, Mississippi State, and Mississippi gave Tennessee a good chance of win- ning the Southeastern Conference Championship. The crucial games in the later part of the season were second games with Vanderbilt, Georgia Tech, and Kentucky. All three were in keen cometition with Tennessee for the number-one spot in the SEC. wg:--Xa, ...v..,-Q,-1-.-,..,, Q, ,,,, oL,,,-,,,,,,f,-o,,...wf,r , ,.....M,- F - ,4 XL' 11 Q VOL TRACK ON WAY BACK WITH 3 4 A First Row: F. Gilley, H. B 'l , C, En ' J ' Row: D. Barto, J. Wilson, DSlEK-Key, W. Rlifsgsell. Suulvan' Second SEC First Row: Shelton, D B. Beal, D C. Dobson. CHAMPIONSHIPS . Smith. Secorid Row: B. Redington, G. Morse, E. Wale, Horner, P. Pomphrey, A. Christianson, J. Culbreath, Third Row: J. Ellington, R. Moore, M. Maxwell, M. Forrester, M. Rushing, R. Kodres, B. Sellmer. First Row: M. Shelton, M. Maxwell, R. Soderberg, A. Heiskell. Second Row: J. El- lington, T. Scott, B. Redington, D. Storey, D. Pinkston. 7. . .W-,N f -' - Q- as ' With each man entering four or five events each meet, the nine-member squad successfully completed a 6-3 season in 1963. Not to be outdone by any freshman teams in the SEC, the young Vols were undefeated in dual meets and won the freshman SEC Champion- ship. Many school records were broken by the fast- improving thinclads. Ray Moore set the 100-yard dash school record at 9.6 and both the school and SEC records in the 220 at 21.1 seconds. Danny Smith set a new school record in the 440 with a fast 48.6, Tom Scott set a new school record and broke the old SEC record in the 880 with a 1151.6 performance, and the mile relay team, composed of Sellmer, Moore, Smith, and Nichols, set the school record at 3: 17.9. Tennessee's cross-country team won four and lost five in the fall of 1962, the only losing record in Coach Chuck Rohe's coaching history. The 1963 season Was entirely different. The Vols were pointing toward a Southeastern Conference championship. To build stamina, an after- noon 15-mile jaunt from Maryville back to the dormi- tory for dinner was quite often a part of the workout. On meet days the harriers had a light workout if they completed the regular 4-mile course and ran an extra 10 miles. But everyone thought this was all Worthwhile at the end of the season. After completing an undefeated season, Coach Rohe climbed out of bed in an Illinois hospital after an emergency appendectomy, to fly to Atlanta to watch his boys take the first five places in the Southeastern Conference Cross-Country Champion- ships. The Vol Harriers were the first runners to sweep the meet since 1938 when Georgia Tech turned the trick. David Storey led the Vols, finishing the 4.4 mile race in 21:47.7, followed by Andy Heiskell, Tom Scott, Melvin Maxwell, and Rocky Soderburg. -4749 -waz 1 yragff 3 .., fa at S 'E' i7i:f?'ii'Q:t 24 H I f' -SW...-r .- 1-'ff--135:11 J 0 B-5""'i,q-1-lf? 4am-as-:llxalu qiiQliHiM"'F 435225, WW. .,. ..-V Q ' .-..!"i V -1 ' Q 4 W: ..g.1,..,,. L i,v,,,' Y O 1 . f , r .,A. M Ll, K I M. M ' , .- 5 ,X .....-.--v.-Y may eg--+- --f-' f, 1973 .-- -W' V G' -H :..,l--e'3'.- "1-.S S C-Stieff' . . . ,aaa-ii ll , ,, ,gf .uulllm !"ld!'-Kali? 419- .9-177. . iff -f . W.. If " N f-"Y n-'M yr-'Y W-ff , ,. Wf- . j 5 ,.WffT1E,, 5, ,,.-:..., . xiii - Q ,M ..':M2g,, ,, ' " M TLQLJL-'l"5 I --W . 'Tiff .f fr-3 . i 9 - if i'l"'f -f A .. . - M- AL,. J- , . F , y r I If 1 :ffl Al, I . rvf Y . . ff 'QE airy, at E -' . aff N A , R - ' .' 4' 4..- I Y aH-unsung: R ql1'l1"'1 if First Row: J. Nichols, J. Webster, R, Moore, W. Russell, T. Scott, J. Sullivan, Assistant Coach H. Bailey. Third Row: C. Durland, P. Pomphrey, C. Dodson, M. Forrester, B. Sellmer. Second Row: A. Heiskell, G. Purdy, M. Shelton, D. Smith, M. Maxwell, R. So- Coach Chuck Rohe, D. Pinkston, J. Ellington, J. Culbreath, C. derberg, R. Kodres, B. Redington, N. Gilley, D. Storey. Vickers, L. Oldham, E. Wale, H. Householder, A, Christiansen, PROSPECTS BRIGHT FOR First Row: B. Barber, E. Wright, C. Williams, N. Witek, J. Palmer, C. Thrift, S. Allison, S. Denton, M. Kenemer, T. Hadlow, D. R. Hall, M. Tomisello. Second Row: P. Kiernan, L. Gammage, Brown, P. Smith. C. Crawley, R. Neiswender, C. Fagan, B. Wilkins. Third Row: 1 3 'N we- if-f f'flf'w M1 .H 2,5 ' 1 X5 Las Winston Russell, Captain 1 Mile Relay-From left: Art Christianson, Bill Sell- mer, Ray Moore, Danny Smith. G ,64 Faced with the strongest schedule in Tennessee track history, the outdoor squad met Wisconsin, 1963 runnerup in the NCAA track meet, Michigan, who won six Pole Vault-Ray Kodres of the last eight Big Ten championships, 6 N959 . p k .lp 3 strong Memphis State, Virginia Tech, a if BJ power in the Southern Conference, and V Louisiana State University, defending B Southeastern Conference Champions. .mpg ,,--1 'l Coach Chuck Rohe ff A - f- Q,-:vm g :W i ef--' 'P-57 WISCONSIN Ray Moore E Ee- K Jim Webster WITH MEETS WITH LSU . . After winning the 1964 Indoor Track championship, the out- look for the Outdoor season was bright. Expected to be out- standing in the 1964 Outdoor season were Soderberg in the mile, Scott in the 880, Webster in sprints, Sellmer, Moore, Smith in the 440 and mile relay, Russell in the long and triple jumps, and Kodras in the pole vault. 2 Mile Relay-From left: Rocky Soderberg, Dave Storey, Bob Redington, Tom Scott. Q S x '-1'-w""iNf 1 MAB-.VX ,-,,f'1,.2,, A AND MICHIGAN . Winston Russell and Pat Pomphrey First Row: J. Horner, P, Bowler, R. Morton, C. Moyers, J. Wells, D. Thompson, W. Belcher, A. Campen. Second Row: J. Felty, L. Reece, J. Hodgson, J. Taylor, J. Williams G. Price. Third Row: Coach wright, B Shuford, R. Richardson, B. Sammons, S Longley, J. Erwin, R. Gaylor, G. Ford. 1964 SCHEDULE Date School March 18 University of Jacksonville 19 University of Jacksonville 20 Florida State University 21 Florida State University 24 Maryville College Jack Ervin and Coach Bill Wright 25 MHFYVHI9 College 28 Carson-Newman College 30 Cornell University 423 31 Cornell University 123 April 3 University of Kentucky 4 University of Kentucky 7 Milligan College 10 Vanderbilt University 11 Vanderbilt University 15 T.P.I. 17 University of Kentucky 18 University of Ky. 123 22 Auburn University 23 Auburn University 24 University of Florida 25 University of Florida 29 Georgia Tech 30 Georgia Tech May 1 University of Georgia 2 University of Georgia 8 Vanderbilt University 9 Vanderbilt University 123 7-59 Assistant Coach Chris Zachery Glen Ford Jim Axon, Bill Ferrell BUILDI G WITH MI OR SPORTS TENNIS Y .-- gmt I 4, ., K r, 6 if . .4 kign' K K " i g ei W P? , W 5 , if-il? ' W'-'1-2 fx, ' :fi ,,. 5 'M-va,-v Date March 18 March 18 19 20 24 27 28 30 31 April 2 4 6 11 14 17 18 22 23 25 I 8 May 2 7-9 From Left: Doug Graybeal, Robey Brown, Bobo Olsen, Alvin Cosselly, Sam Darden, Tommy King, B. J. Downing, Coach 1964 SCHEDULE Tommy Bartlett. School Washington CSt. Louisj Memphis State Southwestern Middle Tennessee Cincinnati Auburn Mercer Georgia Tech Tennessee Wesleyan Washington CSL Louisj Georgia Tennessee Tech Kentucky East Tennessee State David Lipscomb Middle Tennessee Tennessee Tech Tennessee Wesleyan Vanderbilt East Tennessee Georgia Tech SEC Tournament 160 D GOLF .H 1.i " Q- 1' X t j Kg? ,i n Q KIII: Q, H c Left to Right: Coach Foree, Neil, Overlin, Smith, Pettit, Clark 261 1964 SCHEDULE Date School March Kentucky Purdue Purdue Purdue and Indiana Indiana April Kentucky East Tennessee State East Tennessee State Vanderbilt Georgia Vanderbilt SEC Tournament May SEC Tournament 1214194 5 'Whi- And the Pied Piper played on and on THE PRIDE OE THE SOUTHLAN D "Up the Field, Down the Field, go-o-o-o back you stoopsf' rang out repeatedly on Upper Hudson Field when Dr. W. J. Julian was rehearsing the Pride of the Southland Band. Perfection was the goal. Returning to Knoxville a week early to begin preparation for the fall performances, one hundred and forty band members attended three workouts a day. The day began with a morning session at eight o'clock and ended about nine o'clock in the evening. But when they stepped onto the field at the Richmond pre-game ceremonies, the fans could see the work had been worthwhile, and in Bir- mingham, Memphis, and Lexington, people realized why Tennessee's band is THE PRIDE OF THE SOUTH- LAND. Drum Major Townley Johnson 0riginality's the name of the game. Director, Dr. W. J. Julian. Assistant Director, Barry McDonald. ...A DSEX! DeAnna Smith Melinda Hewgley Brenda Flowers Betty Carlson Marcia Austin Mary Nicholon Valerie Foster Judy Barton Patti Sue Stuart Betty Sue Little if . 5 -:ff ' If V dh: Ii, . . ,. 1 ' .w .:.: , ,. In " Q K Y' . 4:21 ' ' " A -'ft 4- V' Vfgfiff 1.1 x , Q' . ,J . af., 1 ' --.. ar WP ' ' , .-,. , sein :: Ti, av 6, in ' f.. -A ,wa Awww .,.: ,,.,fq K V - .wt - -.warg Co-ordination? . ,. 1- Left to Right: Mary Nicholon, Valerie Foster, Melinda Hewgley, Judy Barton, DeAnna Smith, Brenda Flowers, Pattie Sue Stuart, Betty Carlson, Marcia Austin. Not Pictured: Betty Sue Little. x,. IV.. , ' W gh - my . . 1 ., v, i 4, f .14 'f' Q s 'WU' was t,.,4, L 'M U. W, Y.. .4 4, .., W f:.Np1g.f xv-7 , X 51. fart., 4- . Q . M -. ,4 A -.,- ' K K-aT""f'a,-QV 'ai M 1,1-false its 'Q W J., H.. DeAnna Smith, Head Majorette I Q, J. A ' ...M mf-af' 163 7 T , ' . , ,. , . , X 5 .53 1 A ls A ua .. ' V P S .. ii 2 . 1 ,vj . .V f ' ' 7 'I aw ffvf ' 5 A f magma... ,.-. f 1 Www " -ls , -.... ..,,,M R .Qfff 4 W. . if' sf be f Q.-4 44 an .rw wr tml. . if f-'ef 1.. ul? '?"'5df".1f' tiff? 1 4 A . I UIQ' 1 53 iff ' 5 'fi he ith wi QOL 7 T li . x f 'Q 'H The Army Reserve Officers Training Corps has a proud history and noble tradition at this University. The first military training was established on this campus in 1844. The Army has been repre- sented continuously since that time in University history and in all important activities. Graduates who received training in the Mili- tary Department have represented the University well throughout the nation's military history for 119 years. Military graduates of the University have a proud combat rec- ord, having participated in seven wars. During World War II, more than 3,000 ROTC graduates from the University served as Army officers. The Army ROTC Corps of Cadets is organized as a brigade with cadet officers completely in charge. Among the numerous impor- tant military activities which occur during the school year are the Veterans and Armed Forces Day Parades, the Annual Formal Inspection by the Department of the Army, and other parades and reviews. The Annual Military Ball is the high point of the year's social activities. ARMY R. O. T. C. MILITARY COMPLIMENT First Row: Major I. T. Sliger, Lt. Col. R. A. Perkins, Jr., Col. Wm. M. Slayden, PMS, Major S. R. Combs, Major J. L. Hyde. Second Row: Sgt. Major L. Schweikhart, Capt. C. L. Jones, Capt. E. H. Wright, Capt. J. S. Daniel, Capt. J. W. Dillon, MSGT A. L. Moody. Third Row: SFC J. K. Berg, SSG D. G. Martin, PSG C. W.Keenam, SFC L. W. Woodbury, SFC T. F. Clark, SFC R. B. McPhail, SSG R. D. Brothers. Fourth Row: SSG A. J. Burzynski, Sgt. R. H. Guthrie, SSG J. D. Long, SP-5 C. O. Swafford. COLONEL WILLIAM M. SLAYDEN, II Professor of Military Science Army ROTC rg We jg, W. A 5' .F 4 if 5 .5 f Q li I i g. . ffm .ii V' . . .:E,, ., .-:fi 297 gy, by V .L mm ... . .. Lawrence A. Ramsey Marion E. Francis Jerry L. Hammontree Cadet C0l01'1e1 Cadet Lt. Colonel Cadet Major Brigade Commander Brigade Exec. Oiiicer S-1 BRIGADE OF CADET COMMA :ne Withrow Robert B. Craft et Lt. Colonel Cadet Major n. Commander lst Bn. Exec. Officer x ' ag , rif t .V Q H -f I .Af r . ,P - Q ' . z 1' A, it , t ..,. ,,. H Q 5 D ,x fi Q i - .f'. 1 'N f 5 .2 i vi '- P . ff' N R5 ,az ff . . . I , fx -'Eg Eg , 1' L 5 tg -KV... -- is B r B rf ' Q jf 1 QNX ,aww X L 83 NX F I, Q' .. Q Q . . Z. 1 lv If tx ll f M 5 . V .i . , . 7 Karl F. Yena Cadet Major S-2 ERS 6 A . k, .,,, 1.0. Kenneth A. Bouldin Cadet Major . rro" , it We 1 ' 5357 ug., ' nf f Max R. Parrish Cadet Major S-3 S-4 Richard A. 0'Neal Lyle C. Harrison Robert H. Brown Robert H. Hale Cadet Lt. Colonel Cadet Major Cadet Lt. Colonel Cadet Major 2nd Bn. Commander 2nd Bn. Exec. Officer 3rd Bn. Commander 3rd Bn. Exec. Officer J.. fs. ..,.- Stephen P. Liberty Edwin C. Loughry Cambell P. Ridley Cadet Captain Cadet Captain Cadet Captain Commander Co. "A" Commander Co. "BH Commander Co. "C" Commander Co. "DH Commander Co. "EH Commander Co. "F" Basil N. Wolfe Cadet Captain Commander Co. ' :Gas Fi ff' 5 lrc e.... . . ais . . S .gg it .ljs..' no ..ec . ' ve" el. X .,f..L',.,, t..' 2,7 - .'..t if rt' . - 6. .. Vi . Q JN .R V, In y gh. ih S: li is J I I K 1 tm .Au 1 R.. rg 1 , . Y l ' A i"' fini C. 'ff 1. 5 . . gf je F" X n ., . X l . v i tl: .7 , ji K .rig -'1' .ii rl' ',' E ii!!! K f Leroy B. Bible Douglas C. Parker Richard D. Brumfield Cadet Captain Cadet Captain Cadet Captain Jack A. Horn-er Richard A. Newport Bobby T. Logue Cadet Captain Commander Co. Cadet Captain Cadet Captain "H" Commander Co. "I" Cmdr. Vol. Guard Edward A. Inabinet Cadet Captain Cmdr. Tenn. Rangers G erald McLaughlin Cadet lst Lt. Cmdr. Drum and Bugle Corps THE GUIDON SOCIETY The Guidon Society is composed of the sponsors representing each of the Army ROTC Units. Sponsors are selected for each unit by the Unit Commanders and serve throughout the school year. The sponsors are intrduced to the members of the Advanced Course at the annual Spon- sors' Tea and at the annual Military Ball. At the Mississippi State-Tennessee home football game the Annual Army ROTC Sponsors' Day was held, and the Guidon Society was pre- sented to the student body and all Tennessee supporters. One of the members of the Guidon Society is chosen as the Sweetheart of Scabbard and Bladeg the announcement of the new sweetheart serves as the climax to the Sponsor's Day ceremonies. V V I .rgeigpsk Martha Ann Murphy Brigade Sponsor I'-v-JK 3 Sharon Brewer Bonnie Babbit Frances McClain Katherine Keith HA" Co. Sponsor 'ABU Co. Sponsor "C" Co. Sponsor "D" Co. Sponsor n ' Josetta Shoemaker Sarah Beaty Carolyn McFall Patricia Patterson Drum and Bugle HG" Co. Sponsor "H" Co. Sponsor 'AI CO- Sp0nS0r Corps Sponsor A vu Rita Munsey Susan Wyatt Anng white 1st Battalion Sponsor Zrrd Battalion Sponsor 31-d Battalion Sponsor Mary Gunn "E" Co. Sponsor Sandra Townsend Volunteer Guard Sponsor 5' Mary Lee Washburn "F" Co. Sponsor Lydia Luttrelll Sponsor Tennessee Rangers SCABBARD AND BLADE Scabbard and Blade is a National Military Honorary Society. Founded in 1904, it was established on the Uni- versity of Tennessee campus in 1923. Scabbard and p Blade is limited to outstanding Advanced Army ROTC Cadets. The purposes of the society are to encourage participation in upper-division military studies, and to raise the standards of military education in the institu- tions of higher learning. Kenneth A. Bouldin Miss Rita Munsey President of Scabbard and Blade Miss Scabbard and Blade First Row, Left to Right: R. B. Craft, K. F. Yena, L. A. Ramsey Jr., K. A. Bouldin. Second Row: W. C. Erwin, B. T. Logue, J. W. Mattern, E. A. Inabinet, C. K. Jones, S. P. Liberty. Third Row: R. H. Brown, M. E. Francis Jr., G. E. Honaker, J. A. Wanek, G. Withrow. Fourth Row: R. G. Daniel, E. C. Loughry, J. S. Ransom, R. A. Newport, D. W. Berry, R, Lewis. 1963-64 Honor Committee, Left to Right: Cadet Frank K. Mc- Calla, Cadet Tommy J. Dennis, Cadet Calvin Jones, Major Sam- uel R. Combs-Cadet Advisor, Cadet Edward A. Inabinet, Cadet Chairman Marion E. Francis, Cadet Richard E. Birely, Cadet Paul D. Goddard, Cadet Dalton L. Townsend. The Drum and Bugle Corps in the Veterans Day Parade 270 -X I -K E -f xg 1 . , . . . , , ' it e a : ' '54 sf .' f-1 e'-'- ,,-1 T A,kVk T - V' ?fiff,.,, , ' , 1 . fiifiiv Hi , Sc " 'et . , Gerald W. McLaughlin Cadet lst Lt. Cmdr. Drum and Bugle Corps DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS The Drum and Bugle Corps furnishes an impressive rhythm on the drill field and in parades, which is an aid to marching and entertaining to the onlooker. There is nothing quite as alluring in musical expression and action as the modern drum and bugle corps. R. O. T. C. AND VARSITY RIFLE TEAM Membership in the University of Tennessee ROTC Rifle Team is open to all cadets enrolled in Army ROTC. Membership in the Varsity Rifle Team is open to all students. Hence, the Varsity Team is composed not only of Army and Air Science Cadets, but other students as well. Both of the above teams or combinations of teams par- ticipate in intercollegiate rifle matches with other in- stitutions in the Southeastern United States. 1963-64 Varsity and ROTC Rifle Team, University of Tennessee Kneeling, Left to Right: Shellarbarger, Loy, Dickenson, Trotter. Standingg Capt. Dillon, Team Coach: Brown, Irwin, Schneider, Gardner, Collins, Sfc. McPhail. S. A. M. E. The student chapter of the Society of American Mili- tary Engineers was started at the University of Tennes- see in the interest of National Defense by furthering students' interests in Military Engineering. The objectives of the Society are to advance the knowledge of the science of military engineering, to promote efficiency in the military engineer service of the United States, and to preserve the memory of serv- ices rendered by the engineer profession throughout the wars in which the United States has been engaged. Membership is not limited to ROTC cadets, but is open to all students interested in the objectives of the society. First Row: Major J. L. Hyde, Cadet Advisor, K. A. Boulding L. J. Young, J. W. McCoy, Captain J. S. Daniel. Second Row: N. E. Aldersong J. R. Smith Jr.g B. T. Logue, D. F. Howell. Third Row: T. L. Gardner, J. W. Matterng S. H. Moore: D. G. Carson, W. O. Baillie, W. G. Pascal. RANGERS Formed in the fall of 1962, the "Tennessee Rangers" has successfully completed its second year in operation. The Rangers have done more than harass dorm occu- pants by their chanting, They have been taught to scale and descend mountains, how to cross swift mountain streams, and how to operate against Communist Guer- rillas. The Rangers have become a part of the University life as well as the unofiicial curricula of the Department of Military Science. For not only have they succeeded in preparing dedicated young men for field operations, they have emphasized the importance of individual aca- demic excellence. The motto of the Rangers, "Stout hearts, strong legs, and fertile brains," has added much to the Army ROTC program at the University. The Tennessee Rangers pass in review at the Army-Air Force Retirement ceremonies honoring Colonel Turner, PAS. VOLUNTEER GUARD The Volunteer Guard is the University of Tennessee's Army ROTC Honor Guard. This unit develops leader- ship among the cadets and maintains a precision drill team to represent the University in annual drill competi- tion. The unit also serves as a Military Honor Guard at official and social functions throughout the year, acts as a guard of honor for the Dragoon Color Guard, and participates in parades and ceremonies. Freshmen and sophomore volunteers and outstanding junior and senior Cadets are those who have earned the right to wear the distinctive shoulder tab "Volunteer Guard." The Vol Guard in the Veterans Day Parade DISTINGUISHED MILITARY STUDENTS The CADET BRIGADE'S DISTINGUISHED MILITARY STU- DENTS. First Row, Left to Right: R. H. Brown Jr., B. T. Logue, L. A. Ramsey, K. A. Bouldin. Second Row: R, B. Craft, M, E. Francis Jr., E. C. Loughry, R. W. Newport, E. A. Inabinet. Third Row: S. P. Liberty, G. Withrow. In 1947 when the Air Force became a separate service, the AFROTC unit was established at the University of Tennessee. It has since become an integral and outstanding part of campus life. The purpose of the AFROTC Program is to prepare selected can- didates to become active-duty Air Force Officers. This prepara- tion is accomplished in the classroom through the study of wea- pons, weapon-delivery systems, military and aviation history, lead- ership, political geography, international relations, and Thursday- afternoon periods on the upper Hudson. Since its establishment here, the AFROTC Unit has graduated officers who have repre- sented this University well in scores of Air Force endeavors. A. F. R. O. T. C. Seated: Capt. Richard D. Silvers, Maj. Delbert O. Like, L!Co1. Leonard C. Hoffmann, Maj. David L. Alley, Capt. John R. Ash, Mrs. Carole Gaylor. Standing: Capt. Elvin O. Wyatt, M!Sgt. George A. Ridgeway, S!Sgt. Roland C. Willequer, S!Sgt. Michael E. Ferry, S!Sgt. Charles M. Kilpatrick, T!Sgt. John W. Hall. L.."'."Il'l-T ff' Lt. Colonel Leonard C. Hoffmann Professor of Air Science 272. Wing Staff Fall Quarter 1963-Left to Right, First Row: Jack O. Foley, Administration, Daniel F. Brown III, Operationsg James W. Steinmann, Wing Commander, Nicholas E. Zurcher, Information. Second Row: Owen S. Haddock, Deputy Commander, Wayne F. Ak- ard, Training Officer, John R. Hutchinson, Per- sonnel: Gerald G. Fairchild, Comptroller. James W. Steinmann Wing Commander, Fall Quarter 1963 Jon F. Fulghum Wing Commander, Winter Quarter 1964 Wing Staff Winter Quarter 1964 - Left to Right, First Row: William H. Wilson, Jr., Operationsg Paul Katsuki, Adininistrationg John T. Crockett, Jr., Deputy Wing Com- manderg Jon F. Fulghum, Wing Commander, James W. Steinmann, Special Assistant to Commander, David B. Brubaker, Personel. Second Row: Charles A. Boyd, Training Of- ficer, Gerald L. Fox, Motivation, Henry N. C. Hanson, Supply, Daniel F. Brown, III, Wing Inspector: Howard E. Chambers, Information. 2, Miss Carole Able Miss Scott Davis Miss Dianna Dukes Miss Georgianne Dunnavant Miss Gina Fornara Group Sponsor Squadron Sponsor Squadron Sponsor Squadron Sponsor Group Sponsor Miss Joan Hammil Drum and Bugle Corps Miss Dawn 0'Neal Squadron Sponsor AIR FORCE SPONSORS The purpose of the Air Force Sponsor Corps, composed of fifteen honorary cadet offiicers, is to enhance the spirit and morale of the Cadet Corps. Selection is made by the senior officers and is based upon beauty, persnality, and aca- demic achievement. Participation in Cadet functions, official and social, is required of the sponsors. The sponsors were presented on October 26, at the Chattanooga game. Announcement of the queen, who is elected by vote of the entire Corps of Cadets, is made at the annual AFROTC Ball, the high point of AFROTC social activity. Miss Pat Handley Miss Sheryl Jones Miss Carolyn Miller Miss Janice Mitchell Wing Sponsor Squadron Sponsor Squadron Sponsor Squadron Sponsor Miss Betty Smith Miss Sarah Ward Miss Gail Webb Miss Aleese Wolfe Drill Team Sponsor Squadron Sponsor Squadron Sponsor Group Sponsor f e 2953532 2.:- 1 ' 'fiiffif-" : I 7-74 DRILL TEAM An integral part of the 800th AF - ROTC Wing, the Drill Team exists for the purpose of demonstrating the pro- ficiency level to which a marching unit can rise with concentrated practice. This forty-member unit is a "show pieceu of the AFROTC Cadet Corps. Any mem- ber of the Wing who demonstrates an interest in and ability for performing with the unit is eligible for membership. DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS In order to provide musical support to the Cadet Wing, the Drum and Bugle Corps was formed. This unit, with spe- cial equipment and training, has become an outstanding contributor to the in- creased stature of the AFROTC Cadet Corps. Its forty members come both from basic and advanced classes. At all functions in which the wing participates as a unit, the Drum and Bugle Corps adds the military cadence and sharpness which distinguish it. The AFROTC Drill Team The AFROTC Drum and Bugle Corps 7. xx - 'HM rf . . 'll ' v Q '1' . Q-.V A 'Y f-5 U . if af . , 1 -, 'gf 1 1 M . .Q ' W l N. W V 8 L, M , f .gl N - 17 Q , ,Q . . xi- .t ,ki 4 xl 1 '50 0 ' Wm' A VQ,A A f- "" - is me , A ' X ,. A f pp, . 'H .l.Q A A Y, 'W M . -V l N 2 4 Q 6 ga I ,, 112' A , low rf, L1 H A G '-F 4 5 2 X M Eg . t Q l gf 5 1. 'i 1' 2. - 1 -- ' . , f ff of .+,,,. " ' ,, - ' ff . if ' j 'vi .. ii., P gm' A ' ,W LF gb "Y 's ..,, f i lms. s , 'f -If . ff 2 . f Wx , 6 if f Q. fin f aw... ... -- ' 25 ,lu--Hx, , , , f i .W rf' 4, . . K. . . x r ti p f c .. Qi' 'ill 4 lf 'fr ', ff: . Tommy B. Almquist, John W. Beasley, Charles A. Boyd, Daniel F. Brown, John T. Crockett, Jr., Jack O. Foley, Gerald L. Fox, Jon F. Fulghum, Owen S. Haddock, Henry N. C. Hanson, Harris E. Humphreys, John Hutchinson, Paul Katsuki, Richard L. Kerr, ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY The Arnold Air Society is a national Air Force ROTC honorary organization. To be eligible for membership, a cadet must have a 2.00 over-all average, a 3.00 average in Air Science, and must possess superior leadership qualities. The purpose of the Society is to further the mission, tradition, and concept of the United States Air Force as a means of national defense. In order to ac- complish its mission, the Arnold Air Society sponsors projects to increase the esprit de corps of the Cadet Wing, one of which is the annual Air Force Ball. 2 Dudley E. King, Ray L. Merritt, John A. Miller, Frederick J. Mynah, Edmund T. Palmer, Arthur K. Poe, Moffett B. Smith, William H. South, Jerald L. Starr, James W. Steinmann, John T. Whaley, Niddas E. Zurcher. William H. Wilson, Jr. Commander Jl" n Jomt Air Force Armv Color Guard pass ln renew at ceremonies Air Force-Army ceremony in the history of the University of honoring retiring Col Vhlllam M Turner during the first Joint Tennessee. For outstanding performances academically or in areas of leader- ship, and for over-all contribution to the AFROTC Program, the top members of each class are recognized officially and publicly during the Awards Day ceremonies. This is the climax of the year's military activities. Local and out-of-state dignitaries, military and civilian, attend the ceremony and present the awards. AWARDS DAY Dr.. Herman E. Spivey awards Cadet First Lieutenant Benton Smith an academic award. Aj 1. .a.,. .cgcglajal-IAY, , li.'Ta ,M ., if WW P W Q . - 3 r 1 1 KOOL VIH I .af-was 'Q S- .ap-anon-'viii' FRANK MURTAUGH Business Manager MARGIE COOLEY ANNE MOORE CO-Editor C0-Editor THE 1964 V OLI JNTEER ED'T0"'AL STAFF ACADEMICS: MARY LANE ANDREWS Editor CLASSES: JACKIE HOLLAND Editgr Miriam Boyd, Kay Gerberdine, Judy Ohlson, Linda Rathbone, Anne Walker. Heads dizzy with captions . . . minds exhausted with HONORARIESg ' LYN LARKIN Edito pressure . . . we watched the VOLUNTEER go silently to Ginny Crowell, Phyllis Johnson, Susan Long' 1' press-section by section. Some days the only sounds BEAUTY.. heard in the office were sighs of relief as the page JUDY MINIAT Editor f I d d d A d Judi Gaines, Barbara Mangrum. pI'OO S WSIS I'eC91Ve . . . all appI'OV9 . . , T1 on other days one hardly dared voice the ever-present BILL KELLEY Editor thought: You think this will really go over? GREEKSI SARAH BIBLE HUIE Sorority Editor Lynell Hammet, Eileen Snow, Lagretta Tallent, Gail Webb. ED' DALCH Fraternity Editor Lee Cannon, Charles Dalch, Cary Kuykendall, John Roach, Steve Smith, Henry Williams. MILITARY.' STAFF DENNY PETERS Editor . Anne Craddock MARGIE COOLEY Editor ACTIVITIES: ANNE NIOORE Editor JIM GIFFEN Co-Editor MARY LANE ANDREWS C0-Editor FRANK NIURTAUGH BuSiIleSS Manager Nick Munn, Mary McKeehan. 7.80 1 4 GUY TAYLOR Photographer Business Staff sf JIM GIFFEN AND MARY LANE ANDREWS Activities Editors 'Cr ED DALCH Fraternities Editor il' lfflllii IE ll lil illllll Il ll ill ll ll!! I ' JACKIE HOLLAND Classes Editor SARAH BIBLE HUIE V 'W' Sororities Editor W ,,.., 1 BILL KELLEY Sports Editor 182. arf xl ' NK! A-1 Q sin Vw a E+' fer DENNY PETERS Military Editor LYN LARKIN Honoraries Editor MARY LANE ANDREWS Academics Editor Q13 4.-pro! i k DAVID HALL First-Term Editor THE ORANGE WHITE Sunday and Wednesday afternoons were times for noise, work, clutter, noise, debris-and profanity. "Who's the incompetent that wrote this lead?!! And you say you're in journa1ism?'?? C"Inon, 1et's wrap it up . . . send Mifflin for the Cokes . . . O.K. Who all can go to the printer's tomorrow . . . ??? 4 M ' 222 F f , f Q, sriafpffzzgt .. E'ft1.V:?e? ,. I, : -1 f I an ,M ,ff .- so 1, vu :nf N14 ,. an ,:. "N 61- 1 Q '1,f plans!! If LINDA J ENNINGS HIGGINS Second-Term Editor 4 4, tl , W ..-Y ...,,, -"W"-4lly 'n"'fD1 , ,. , ,Finn ww iffuun :na 44 4 ea EDDIE DUNCAN Business Manager ff: 5, aw, H . 'ff fmw f,1,sg.f STAFF: First Row: A. Waggoner, L. Leftwich, C. Davidson, L. Higgins, Third Row: D. Knies, C. Murphy, M. Moser, Jr C. Baker. Second Row: C. Ricketson, S. Jones, J, Fagg, R. Vetter, K. Kalshoven. S. Lester, G. Gillenwater, F. B. Thornburg, Advisor, D. Hall, and N. Wilkerson, F. Jones, J. Presswood, J. Bryant, E. Duncan, M. Silvey, S. Bennett, B. Farrar. STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSUCIATION A product of its leaders . . . a burgeoning effort to- ward real student government . . . The realities of a political world are faced here in the very human context of the give-and-take, fight-it-out tactics of a two-party political system. S.G.A. Officers: Linda Clark, Treasurerg John Housley, Vice Presidentg Paula Ide, Secretaryg M. Benton Smith, President. I i .1 3214 4.4,,xf 'xgg-:K ,hwy nf law Wi? .f ,,....-1 Hdw long has it rep1'csentative??? "Not now, with all these people alou l It's all in the game. Jane Johnson and Pat Williams, Co-Chairmen of Carnicus. CARNICUS Carnicus 1963, "Your Key to Entertainment," was presented on May 4 and May 5. Bob Boyd, master of ceremonies, presided as eight large groups and six small group stunts provided a hilarious program to capacity crowds. The Carnicus winners were Pi Beta Phi's "Brigadoon,' and Sigma Chi's "The Bountiful Mutinyf, Other groups participating were Alpha Delta Pi, Phi Mu, Alpha Omicron Pi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Kappa Sigma, and Phi Gamma Delta. Rub-a-dub-dub, Five Sigs in a tub. l "Not now!" I say, "Not now!" Carnicus Advisory Board: Sandy Forbes, David Hall, Ann Chandler, Jim Gowder, Pat Patterson, and Nancy Chiarantano. rr 1 a 4 ef - A , A Q N5 ,Q-f 5, ., ff E Bet ,cha a ten spot that we win!! 5 'ggi if in 3 . - '.,fff S , , .. .:,f.. :: V A , A ,,L., Libby Williams, 1963 Homecoming Queen The weekly Friday night pep rally behind the gym took on a special enthusiasm-in anticipation of the Saturday game with Tech. HOMECOMING In glaring heat and with spirits high we played host to our old enemy Georgia Tech. And although the day ended against us, the Homecoming Spirit was not les- sened. Fraternity house and sorority displays gaily splotched the campus, while alums swarmed in droves to fraternity lunches, coffees, and to Neyland Stadium. zoo 0' r . if ,, - 1 '- 1,31-,fx .Fi.ilw1:'j.: Q an ,X QA, L1 , '3Tz,.i'Q'.' . 'VV f y' 1' Q Zfr"'.E:f,.'i' ii' "W 'l41'.'--2 l ' M , ' Q mx -L' W- s:.,v-'Li 75'-...:. ?f- ,. --Q--.-M'- V. fa-iz, H. - . ' 1- ,55 ' "Volunteers Blast Engineers" won the coveted fraternity trophy for Kappa Sigma. QW? K EM? ,aa ' 1 Yin" 'Mr Q A -4-e Dalton Townsend, Homecoming Co-Chairman Joe Ashley, Homecoming Co-Chairman Alpha Delta Pi took first-place honors in with their 'Smokey Says Bee Prepared." the sorority displays its , Ko t . , 191 enrich im A 24' P'Jf ,sin ?' fi- V ,Z Q e' e, l O W L , ff H -' 45 Sai: Q, . ' 5 V ll' ff WW, X 71 ,fm ae 1- ,tg display ,nf 'NOIWEH Xfilkh ik! .2 ,tim n I 0 a :nl . , mi ,A SSIC A , ., ah. i is Ni i Qi -Q 55? . fs? . 1' 4-'S , ffit-X " .ff K if 3 ll , H .X a, 5' il ,,, E Q, 'Max fi All-Sing Advisory Board: Larry Whaley, Bill Burton, Stanley Bowden, Don Baker, Linda Clark, Cheri Matthew, Carol Clem. "Stomach in, Chest out, Shoulders back, Chin up!" were the instructions for Alpha Delta Pi, first-place sorority winners. As the wheel of Fortune turns for the twenty-third time . . . Phi Gamma Delta wins the fraternity trophy! 1lymtww-2 . a.mnv nw 7 -1 A fr xg: ' 11.11, .' :ff f .1 :giant :V Bill Baillie, President. ACACIA After being accepted into the Interfraternity Council in May, the brothers of Acacia Colony began their search for a fraternity house. In September their desire was fulfilled when the University offered to rent them a brick house at 1814 Lake Avenue. They received the keys September 18. After three days and nights of toil, the brothers completed the preparation of the house for rush. Everything occurred as planned: rush was a suc- cess, intramural activities were begun, and the name Acacia was placed before the campus. The Tennessee Colony will soon become a chapter of the Acacia Fraternity. Acacia is unique among national Greek social fraternities because of its formation by a group of Master Masons at the University of Michigan. Hence it is affiliated with another large group, the Masons. This is one of the many reasons that explain Acacia's greatness nationally and its promising future at the University of Tennessee. First Row: B. lnabinet, M. Haberly, Jr., W. Mathis, M. Gray R. Van Nuise, B. Pruett. Second Row: I. Pentel, K. Malhoiti T. Hoover, F. Bartley, R. Coulter, J. Breeden. Third Row: J Fortune, J. Pickel, A. Heilman, T. Ogles, W. Baillie, G. Colson D. Gaylor. 194 Founded: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan May 12, 1904 Local colony established: May 13, 1963 Colors: Black and Gold Flower: Bloom of the acacia evergreen Address: 1814 Lake Avenue 1963, year of progress for Acacia Colony on the U. T. campus. . . M ,.,, I ACE BOARD The Association of Collegiate Engineers Board pro- motes the betterment of the Engineering College by coordinating activities of its various departments. The Board is composed of the president and three delegates each from AIChE, AIEE, AIIE, ASCE, ASME, ASM, ANS, and one delegate each from IRE, SAME, Alha Chi Sigma, Alpha Pi Mu, Chi Epsilon, Eta Kappa Nu, Pi Tau Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, and the "Tennes- see Engineer Magazinef' Joint engineering projects are sponsored through ACE Board, such as Engineers' Day, the Engineers' Ball, and the 'Tennessee Engineer Maga- zine." 7. P. Pierce, B. Sammons, R. Brown, R. Glover, D. Howell, M, Hale R. Kerr W. C. Friederichsen, Secretaryg R. Cochran, President L. Leigh, Treasurer, N. Singleton, W. Ahrens, G. Adcock, B. Scott N. Wamack, H. Morton, D. Smallwood. Not Pictured: L. Winegar K. Campbell, T. Weakley, R. Roberts, G. Fielder, J. Tankersley. P. Phelps, Quartermaster, B, Kelley, Vice-President, L. Wil- banks, Secretary, B. Marks, President, D. Berney, Pledge Trainer, D. Barger, Treasurer. DAWAYHI Adawayhi was established in order to promote school spirit and pep on 'lThe Hill." Last year Adawayhi spon- sored the sale of Rah-Rah hats, which were used in place of card tricks at home football games. The club spon- sored pep rallies and displayed posters around cam- pus. During the winter the club promoted spirit by con- tinuing with the Spirit of the Hill contest, which Adawayhi initiated last year. 1 First Row: B. Kelley, L. Wilbanks, B. Marks, D. Barger, P. Phelps, B. Berney. Second Row: J. Wilson, P. Handley, L. May, C. Childress, R. Pierce, M. Behen, B. Newbill, S. Duncan, A. Sampson, F. Baugh, P. Conner, S. Odem. Third Row: E. Jackson, J. Hodges, G. Goforth, J. Stanford, W. Threadgill, S. Heilman, L. Clark. Fourth Row: B. Martin, M. Pellegrino, B. Gaston, H. Coffey, L. Young, B. Porter, A. Holt. Fifth Row: C. Baker, M. Daugherty, R. Coulter, E. Fraker, J. Mowrey, B. Claiborne. Sixth Row: P. Lohmann, A. Schwaitz, P. Thompson, J. Overton, G. Stone, P. Larson, B. Kenner. Z. Stephens, P. Jackson, B. Cor- ban. Adawayhps Spirit of the Hill competition brought out ". . ..All for.Tennessee stand up and holler . . .," yelled the hitherto undiscovered talents on campus. Cheermg 5903011- The Tally-Ho bus . . . seen with its usual Friday-night followers . . . on the way to the pep rally. ,Q ., Nm of W f-f zgimmm: L f gsgg1fw.fmi1la?l:?521 - .4s:f:S1isS14iff?KfWf - www-iw ' Vffvfkfflfsvsfbixxiisf 1 tQ?M56Qg215:Qz'f xifffvgiwfgwgi- - -.te?igz22g. , lwgggmifisigez' gigbggfiggeug gt.,S,5e . 197 ii fi 5'.Agw + 3 1' QS AG STUDE T-FACULTY COUNCIL The Ag Student-Faculty Council acts as a coordinat- ing body between agriculture students and their faculty members. This group also coordinates events such as the Ag Roundup and the Ag Banquet. E 'fl' 2 G. E. Newton. Z. A. Henry, V. E. Gordon, Dr. S. A. Griffin, T. Strasser, J. Housley, J. Jolly, J. Jordan, L. Peters, Treasurer: B. Testerman, Co-Chairman: C. Irwin, T. Meredith, L. Greer, R. Ward, J. Jett, Dr. F. Bell, Dr. N. Peacock, R. Kimbro. Not Pictured: R, Holt. L. Hasty, Dr, Tugwell, Prof. Alexander. . E. B. C. First Row: D. Bryan, President! J- Kirk, Secretary, R. Kimbro, Vice- Presidentg W. Bohannon, Treasurer. Second Row: R. Pierle, L. Keller, Advisor, B. Winter, D. Pearson, R. Ward, G. Dugger. Third Row: D. Kyle. .I. I. E. First Row: J. Corn, W. Blazer, R. Weiss, W. Cory, E. Chase, B. Jones, H. Denton, Vice-President, B. Scott, President. Second Row: G. Adcock, ACE Board Representative, W. Friederichsen, J. McKain, Treasurer, D. Owens, P. Curtis, Corresponding Secretary, D. Falls, R. Kerr, L. Guckert, F. VanZandt. Third Row: Prof. Emerson, Advisorg M. Roden, T. Lankford, Jr., W. Claycombe, W. Ahrens, ACE Board Representative, W. Sullivan, D. Morrow, Recording Secretaryg D. Ammons. X U The University of Tennessee Ag Econ and Agri-Business Club is a student section of the American Farm Economics Association. The club is open to all students who are enrolled in the departments of Agricultural Economics and Agricul'..ral Business and to others who are interested in these Helds. The purpose of the club is to acquaint the students with the opportunities in the field of agricultural economics and agricultural business and to provide fellowship among these students. Membership is open to all Industrial Engineering students in good standing in the university. A.I.I.E. has been especially active this year, providing widely varied programs which have proven both entertaining and educational. The chapter has also become closely linked with this area's graduate chapter, with national headquarters, and with A.I.I.E. chapters in other southeastern schools. Meetings are held biweekly. 199 n -K Ken Holbert, President ALPHA CHI SIGMA Alpha Chi Sigma, organized at the University of Wis- consin in 1902, is a professional fraternity for those individuals who plan to make chemistry or chemical engineering their life profession. The three objects of the fraternity are: 1. To bind its members with a tie of true and lasting friendship 2. To strive for the advancement of chemistry both as a science and as a profession 3. To aid its members by every honorable means in the attainment of their ambitions as chemists throughout their mortal lives Alpha Phi chapter was founded at the University of Tennessee in 1920. First Row: K. Holbert, L. Winegar, D. Lane, F. Scarbrough, D. Kebschull, M. Goza. Second Row: E. Harris, D. Wallace, J. Falco, J. Cathey, O. England. Third Row: J. Ellington, D. Harriss, M. Pollock, S. Gross, C. Bost. OO LPH KAPPA PSI . T. DAIRY PRoDUCTs IUDGING TEAM First Row: J Miller, Treasurerg D. Schmus Master of Rituals' B. Lewis, Secretary, J. Peterson, Vice-President: B. Strandi President. Second Row: B. Parsons, E. Nance, L. Reynolks, A. Sisk, H. Borders, M. Hamilton. Third Row: J. Chattin, W. Faus- sone, J. Hicks, T. Lutes, W. Huff, B. Myers. Fourth Row: W Roberts, Jr., Dr. F. L. Hendrix, B. Jones, C. Adams, R. Winesette, J. Cate. Fifth Row: R. Lawrence, R. Woods, R. Crowthers, T. Har- rlgan. Alpha Kappa Psi is a professional business fraternity recently established on campus. The fraternity is open to any business major with a two-point average. It is the oldest of the professional business fraternities. . . A705 ...rf 49" S X ' ,. ....,,,s.wwMW- s I James Alien Womack, Charles M. Hilton, Coach-Professor H. N. Carringer, George Thomas Strasser. The Inter-Collegiate Dairy Products Judging Con- test was held in Dallas on November 1, 1963. U.T.'s team competed with twenty-five other state land grant institutions and placed ninth in all products in over-all competition. WS' ln. The goal of Alpha Beta Alpha is to further the professional knowledge of its members, to promote fellowship, and to serve as a recruiting agency for librarians. This national honorary fraternity in library service was founded May 3, 1950. The Omega chapter at the University of Tennessee was established on November 17, 1950. In order to be eligible for membership, one must be interested in library service as a career. The motto of the fraternity is "books, people, service, life." I K The purpose of the student chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers is to advance Chemical Engineering in theory and practice, and the creation of a true professional spirit among its members. Each year the local chapter sends delegates to the Southeastern Regional Conference of the AI.Ch.E., holds a semi-annual Spaghetti Supper, and sponsors Engineers' Day exhibits, field trips, and speakers on technical subjects. 307. LPHA BETA ALPHA D. Crow, President, A. Goddard, Vice-President, P. Ide, Treasurer, . ru OES Greer, Recording Secretary, Hinse, Corresponding Secretary, Murphy, Publicity Chairman. C. Bennett, N. Bowers, V. Davis, Dunlap, A. Geiger, J. Gillespie, M Givan, E. Hotchkiss, A.. Howell P Hunter, M. Pletsch, N. Reed, M. Roach, L. Simpson, J. Stringham, L Trotter, B. Ward, N. Young. Sponsors: E. Mauldin, D. Ryan A. I. CH. E. First Row: K. Chaudhari, G. Leigh K. Campbell, H. Smith, Jr., F. Mc- Cown. Second Row: W. Wall, Jr., R White, D. Nichols, C'. Fiddler, J Bales, L. Kenny. Third Row: B. Mc- Gee, T. Smith, J. Mattern, R. Brown Jr., D. Lane, B. Logue, D. Carson Ilgoulfth Row: D. Udeshi, G. Shah, R ir . a ALPHA PHI OMEGA Alpha Phi Omega was founded at Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania, in 1925, Iota Alpha Chapter, one of more than 350 chapters, was founded at UT in 1950. All Alpha Phi Omega members have previously been affiliated with Scouting and are dedicated to these Cardinal Principles-Leadership, Friendship, and Ser- vice. The purpose of Alpha Phi Omega is Servicwto campus, community, nation, and fraternity. mg? ' First Row: L. Cunningham, S. Beatty, Sweetheart, H. Terry, Jr. J. Begalla. Second Row: D. Randolph, C. Fraser, R. Baker, S May. Third Row: R. Motha: S. Huff, A. Baird, P. Jones. Fourth Row: V. Hendrix, Treasurerg F. Chance, B, Snyder. The purpose of Alpha Pi Mu is to confer recognition upon those students of industrial engineering who have shown exceptional academic interests and abili- ties in their field. Students of industrial engineering who rank scholastically in the upper one-third of the senior engineering class and the upper one-fifth of the junior industrial engineering class are considered for membership on the basis of their qualities and potentialities in leadership, ethicality, sociability, character, and breadth of interest. Alpha Pi Mu was founded at Georgia Tech in 1949. The local chapter was founded in 1954. Today the national society has twenty-eight chapters and a total membership of over thirty-six thousand industrial engineering majors. The Wesley Foundation is the Methodist Church ministering to Methodist students at the University of Tennessee in cooperation with the local Meth- odist churches. The main concern is with the Christian growth of the student while attending the university. To fulfill this purpose of worship, programs of study in the Christian faith and times for socializing are offered. Sunday evenings consist of meals at the center followed by programs and Worship. The programs at these meetings are an attempt to administer to the needs of the students. These programs try to give the students not only things that they need to hear, but things that they want to hear. 304 ALPHA PI MI E. Vickery, Jr., M. Roden, Pledge Trainer, R. Kerr, President, W. Friederichsen, Treasurer: W. Sulli- van, J. McKain, Secretary. Not Pic- tured: H. Denton, Vice-President, B. Smith, Recording Secretaryg J. Cook, W. Claycombe, S. Susong, T. Eustis, R. Xiques, R. LaForge, Ad- viser. WESLEY A FOUNDATION "Hey there on the second row-I Said 'don't look at the camera? " John M. Smartt, Exe- cutive Alumni Secre- tary. H o W a r d Lumsden, Director of Place- ment. Mac McLean, Alumni Field Secretary. THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATIGN The Alumni Association is composed of graduate stu- dents of the University. Seniors become members of the association for a one-year period, after which they may retain active status by contributing to the annual Alumni Fund Drive. Members receive copies of the three Alumni publica- tions, the Tennessee Alumnus, Hill-O-Grams, and the Monday Morning Quarterback. The five-fold objectives of the Association are: 1. To aid the University in securing adequate support for the full development of the institution. 2. To bring to 'Tennessee the best men and women enrolled in secondary schools of the state. 3. To maintain accurate biographical records of Alum- ni and recognize them for their achievements. 4. To assist in securing such publicity as Will increase the prestige of the University. 5. To promote further growth of the Personnel Bureau. The Bureau of Personnel Service was es- tablished by the University for the purpose of assisting in the placement of Alumni and Seniors. Alumni are urged to notify the Bureau of any pos- sible opening for Tennessee men and women and to call upon the Bureau of Personal Service for assistance when unemployed. O5 First Row: Sancy Hail, Jeanne Barkley, Margie Ke-ok, Helen McNew, Geraldine Baker. Second Row: June Pardue, Mary Ruth Henderson, Marion Lawhorn, Evelyn Bales, Alice Moore. The University of Tennessee chapter was started on the UT campus in 1926, and has served in acquainting the student with opportunities in home economics, and in providing fellowship among the students. As a section of the American Home Economics Association, the chapter provides for professional develpment of College Home Economics students. Monthly programs are educational and professional in nature and provide an opportunity for students and faculty to become better acquainted. .. The American Nuclear Society at the University of Tennessee was estab- lished for the purpose of advancement of science and engineering relating to the atomic nucleus, and of allied sciences and arts, and the integration of the scientific disciplines constituting nuclear science and technology. Other pur- poses are: the encouragement of research, the establishment of scholarship, the dissemination of information, the holding of meetings devoted to scientific and technical papers, and cooperation with government agencies, educational institutions and other organizations having similar purposes. 306 AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION P. Sivert, J. Wright, M. Morrow, N. Bank, C. Matthew, K. Roberts, B. Owen, A. O"Connor, V. Lowe, G. Disney, G. Howell, J. Suter, L. Eason, K. Hodge, A. Harrison, B. Newbill, J. Brown, President. Not Pictured: J. Muldrew. AMERICAN NUCLEAR SOCIETY First Row: D. Ragan, H. Morton, President, C. Thomas, Treasurer, B. Brandon, L. Price, Vice-President, F. Iannuzzi, Second Row: B. Croley, D. Puryear, C. Williams, W. Crowley, B. Ackermann, B. Riley, J. Ritts, C. Glasco, Dr. P. N. Stevens, Advisor. AMERICAN SOCIETY EOR METALS Front Row: N. Wamack, H. Call, N. Singleton. Back Row: B. Shuler, Dr. J. Spurell, N. Lyles, F. Jolly, K. Hol- bert. ANGEL ELIGHT First Row: A. Walker, A. Wolfe, A. Stephens, B. Reed, Commander, G. Edwards, S. Fleming, N. Gardner, Second Row: M. Lewis, K. Kalshoven, M. Brumback, P. McKamey, L. Hart- sook, J. Stanley, J. Meyer, B. Clark, L. Johnson, S. Post, L. Vineyard, P. Handley, M. Murphy. Third Row: P. Kelly, S. Forbes, A. Gamewell, M. Enocks, A. Nash, J. Hooper, M. Rus- sell, L. Hundley, P. Krueger, V. Crowell. Not Pictured: E. Core, M. Davis, D. Dukes, G. Dunavant, M. Fowler, J. Henry. l Now in its sixth year on the University of Tennessee campus, the A.S.M. student chapter is an affiliate of the parent Oak Ridge chapter of the American Society for Metals. The goals of the UT chapter are to contribute to the development of Meta- lurgical Engineering at the University and to promote the professional devel- opment of its members by its relationship with A.S.M. and other technical societies. Angel Flight, a national honorary organization for college women, was organized on the University of Tennessee campus this year. It is the co-ed auxiliary to, and is sponsored by, the Arnold Air Society and the United States Air Force. The purpose of the Frank M. Andrews Angel Flight is to enhance the spirit, morale, and appearance of the Air Force ROTC Cadet Corps by Q15 supporting the mission of the Air Force ROTC and the United States Air Force, 125 serving as hostesses of oiiicial and unofficial Detachment and Cadet activities, Q31 providing whatever services might benefit the Uni- versity, and Q45 by participating in local and community projects. 307 A. S. C. E. The University of Tennessee Student Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers was organized to advance the profession of civil engineering in theory, practice, and spirit. Bi-weekly programs are sponsored by prominent engineers. To all students of civil engi- neering enrolled in the University of Tennessee mem- bership is open. First Rowz W. Grasfeder, E. Brummitte, J. Gibbs, R. Holtsford, F. Best, D. Watt, D. Massey, D. Hassall, D. Layne, A. Karimli, H. Starr. Second Row: F. Musgrave, J. Crutcher, J. Pendergrass, Jr., R. Taylor, Jr., B. Waldrep, R. Glover, B. White, H. Ahanchi, J. Steinmann, W. Lovelace, R. Godwin, Jr. Third Row: H. Martin, D. Randolph, R. Motha, M. Crabtree, W. Conard, T. Caldwell J. Muse, J. Cobb, P. Munday, D. Murray. Fourth Row: G. Mabne J. Lampley, G. Peters, B. Evans, R. Richardson, R. Roberts, W. Kirby, R. Rodge. H. Ford, W. Counce, K. Darakshani, L. Gardner S. Daniels, W. Merrell. v v v o8 N. R. Thach, Jr., President AMERICAN SOCIETY GE MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Membership in the student chapter of the ASME at the University of Tennessee is open to all juniors and seniors in mechanical engineering and to all fresh- men and sophomores in any engineering major. Tan- gible benefits of membership include monthly maga- zines, technical publications, and industry-sponsored plant trips and conventions. 309 Members First Row: D. Farrow, Secretaryg J. Arrington, ACE Board Rep- resentative, N. Thach, Jr., Chairman, M. Hale, Vice-Chairman B. Sammons, Vice-Chairman, M. W. Milligan, Faculty Advisor Second Row: J. Baird, K. Dyer, P. Hoke, V. Jones, R. Massey Third Row: R. Robertson, B. Sledge, Jr., R. Hicks, C. Jones, W gogvarda Fourth Row: G. Eichhorn, J. Tankersley, G. Dunlap . mit . ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS Executive Board: Front Row: Helen Watson, Advisor, Kitty Roberts, 2nd Vice-Presidentg Sandra Duncan, Treasurer. Back Row: Linda Eason, Presidentg Ann Hof-fmeyer, Judical Board President: Mary Lee Washburn, lst Vice-President: Elisabeth Shafer, Secretary. AWS, the governing body of University of Tennessee women students, includes in its purpose a striving "to create and maintain high standards and ideals for the women students of the University." It is a member of Intercollegiate Associated Women Students, the na- tional organization of college women. All regularly enrolled women of UT are automatically members of AWS. However, to become active, voting members, they must pay yearly dues of seventy-five cents. AWS publishes annually the Tennessee Girl which gives information on campus life and which contains the social regulations and dormitory rules observed on the campus. Composed of the Executive, Judicial, Legislative, and Frosh Boards working collectively and separately, AWS performs many functions. Beginning the year right, they sponsor an orientation program for freshman and transfer women students which includes a luncheon and a dance. Also included in the year's program are such things as Friendship Week with a Student-Faculty Ban- quet, Penny-a-Minute late nights, coffee and doughnuts in some dorms during exams, and periodic newsletter publications and distributions. Linda Eason, President p Legislative Board: First Row: Peggy Webb, Jackie Holland, Secretary, Lyn Larkin, Becky Brown, Paula Ide. Second Row: Glenna lVlcMahan, Linda Jennings, Sarah Thornburg, Joan Glass, Linda Ellis, Mary Lee Washburn, President. Third Row: Dianne Crow, Linda Jenkins, Mari- lyn Orgain, Helen Buchonan, Advisorg Pat Lynch, Judy Thirloway, Lou Johnson. Judicial Board: Front Row: Donna McNab, Janie Wright, Betty Wade, Clara Childress, Emily Day, Janice Powers, Seciftairy. Back Row: Carol Dixon, Josctta Shoemaker, Nancy Fugzito. Phyllis Gifford. Mrs. Helen Easley, Advisor, Ann Hoffmeyer, Presidentg Penny Dumas. Frosh Board, Front Row: Marlene Rainwater, Robbie Peters, Secretaryg Pat Cunningham, Sally Eugrett, Treasurer. Back Row: Mary Huddleston, Projects Chairman, Ann Baker, Pris Davis, Presidentg Emily Camp, Lagrotta Tallent, Vice-President, Linda Stalsworth, Properties Chairmang Kitty Roberts, Adviser. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION Helping the student to discover and maintain the right relationship with God through Jesus Christ is the primary objective of the BSU. The BSU also seeks to guide students toward mature mental and spiritual re- lationships with the Church, the academic community, and the World. In an effort to attain its objectives, the BSU provides worship, study, fellowship, and service projects. Some of the regular activities of the BSU include Vespers on four nights a Week, Noonday Luncheon and Discussion every Wedriesday, Discussion Hour each Thursday evening, and Singspiration on special events. Several special events, including socials, retreats, con- ventions, panels, and sports, are designed to promote spiritual development. First Row: Mary Kinsland, Margaret Kinsland, J. Pickens, V. Jackson, L. Caldwell, J. Foster, M. Owens, J. Ramsey. Second Row: B. Strassheim, B. Thomas, M. Thompson, L. Luttrell, J. Douthit, J. Myers, L. Akin, N. Tice, N. Wamack. Third Row: J. Hudson, R. Litz, D. Simpson, L. Sutton, H. Morton, N. Calhoun, W. Pendergrass, S. Jennings. Fourth Row: R. Sandford, C. Brasher, D. Walker, T. Moore, J. Booker, G. Allen, J. Bouchillon, H. Beard, Director. A. S. A. E. D. Fugate, J. Rogers, R. Lewis, J. Wheeler, C. Ridley, Treasurerg J. McDow, Advisorg V. Gordon, Presi- dent: S. Abdulhadi, Vice-President, B. Johns, R. Shadden, J. Barker, G. Foster, N. Williamson, Scribe. BETA ALPHA PSI J. Adams, J. McLean, Advisorg W. Slagle, Advisor, S. Locklear, L. Bible, W. Schiefer, C. Brumbelow, R. Mam- ley, N. Moore, J. Alexander, J. Brown, R. Fleenor, K. Straw. The American Society of Agricultural Engineers is the University of Ten- nessee student branch of the national A.S,A.E. This organization was estab- lished to promote the advancement of Agricultural Engineering in theory and in practice, and the creation of professional spirit among its members. Biweekly meetings provide an opportunity for the student members to meet with engi- neers who are well established in the field of Agricultural Engineering, as well as pleasure for both students andprofessionals. ,Milf -ax' ,fr Beta Alpha Psi is a national honorary accounting fraternity, organized for the purpose of encouraging the ideal of service as the basis of the accounting profession, promoting the study of accounting and its high standardsg acting as a medium between professional men, instructors, and studentsg and de- veloping high moral, scholastic, and professional achievements in its members. The Alpha Lambda chapter of Beta Alpha Psi was founded at the University of Tennessee in May, 1951. One professional meeting is held each month throughout the school year, with an outstanding speaker from the field of accounting. 313 BLOCK A D BRIDLE CLUB The Block and Bridle Club is a professional organi- zation for men in the field of Animal Husbandry. The University of Tennessee chapter is an afliliate of the National Block and Bridle Club which has chapters throughout the United States. The objectives of the organization are: 1. To promote a higher scholastic standard among the students of Animal Husbandry. 2. To promote Animal Husbandry, especially all phases of student animal husbandry work in col- leges and universities. 3. To bring about a closer relationship among the men pursuing some phase of animal husbandry as a profession. 14 im First Row: D. Wheeler, President, L. Wagner, Vice-President W. Brown, Jr., Secretary, T. Eckert, C. King, R. Erwin, Treasurer B. Austin, C. R. Ramsey, Faculty Advisor. Second Row: G Myers, B. Wheeler, T. Reed, S. Singh, J. Burkhard, R. Daugherty C. Turner, T, Turner, B. Ashley, J. W. Cole, Faculty Advisor Third Row: J. Jordan, G. Hadorn, D. Wilder, B. Sanders, S Rowland, J. Conger, Jr., K. Kemp, R. Wilson, N. Anderson, H Smith. Fourth Row: J. Hodges, G. Withrow, C. Self, L. Gillentine J. Foley, G. Newton, B. Testerman, J. Crawford, R. Hodges, G Jones. Fifth Row: P. McConnell, D. King, W. Smith, A. Carr, V Kirk, F. Brewster, R. Williams, R. Sliger, S. Crouch. Sixth Row: D. Vise, T. Boals, J. Martin, M. Sharp, B. Smythe. Front Row: Bobby Martin, Pete Lohmann, Charlie Baker, Head Cheerleaderg Jimmy Bankston, Pete Thompson. Back Row: Sandy Duncan, Pat Handley, Janet Stanford, Wallene Threadgill, Linda May. CHEERLEADERS Rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, hee-haa, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, Give 'em Heeeeeelllll TENN-essee! Smiles were the order of the day at the Home- coming game, as cheerleader Linda May in- dicates . . . I Q '?i22 :'1 ev e 2 ..Q,f,,.'Hgg', , I , Mxtyav . ,L v K Y ii . t M as i ss. K Y 'Fyi': web K .5 W t f e2li1 5"Q. V : ,Ml,?"' ,tif j' , f f f f .fig - A ft ' wif , v ' u - - K K f ff-'ff ff-,Q ' 1 -WHQZSSQ .f SQ' - A rousing cheer from diminutive Betty Newbill at the UT-Ole Miss game played in Memphis . . . Sandra Duncan drew cheers and smiles from the Vol cheering section. CHRISTIAN STUDE T ASSOCIATION Striving to build Christian character, developing leadership in the Church and attempting to help others are some of the goals of the Christian Student Associa- tion. Students meet at the Christian Student Center at 928 South 17th Street. The center is directed by Mr. Jim Pounders, who is the Assistant Minister at Laurel Avenue Church of Christ. At the top of the list of valuable experiences these students, enjoy is the nightly devotional service. Several times during a quarter, the students plan student sup- pers on Sunday evenings before church services. Then, each quarter is climaxed by Retreat Weekend, during which they go to the Smokies and enjoy fellowship. Finally, a student banquet for their members completes the busy schedule. First Row: J. Cornette, S. Lynn, P. Crumley, K. Rogers, D. Gloff, S. Parrish, M. Grady, K. Hutchison, S. Hamlin, J. Jones, Bill Mullican, H. Trivette. Second Row: M. Bullion, B. Roberts, D. Mitchener, R. Myatt, J. Zyifi, P. Hill, D. Dugger, R. Reel, E. Savage, D. Dooley, G. McCosh, M. McAlister, L. Waid, D. Peters. Third Row: E. Clayton, J. Mastin, R. Dugger, V. Moore, B. Roberts, L. Jamison, C. Wells, S. Stanford, B. Elliott, D. Griffith, J. Fisher, D. Womack. Fourth Row: G. Northcutt, L. Palmer, J. Breen, J. Lentz, T. Durham, J. Jamison, B. Scort, J. Spencer, R. Richardson, H. Grady, B. Anderson. Fifth Row: L. Rogers, D. Shull, B. Goolsby, D. Hlavacek, J. Warren, D. Cutts, M. Baldwin, R. Patton, J. Pounden, Director, M. Dugger. I John Threadgill, President CIRCLE K CLUB "We Build," the motto of the University of Tennessee chapter of Circle K, accurately describes this organiza- tion's activities. Circle K, sponsored by the Kiwanis, serves the entire campus and community. A few of Circle K's projects include Citizenship Pro- gram, Safety Campaign, Alumni Tours at Homecoming. the annual Rose Sale, assisting the Neyland Scholar- ship Fund, Halloween Party for underprivileged chil- dren, printing basketball schedules, summer job Placement Program, and Key Club Visitation Program. Circle K is Ubuildingl' toward bigger and better goals each year. 317 First Row: T. Moore, Jr., L. Whaley, D. Bolin, J. Bergen, D. Rhea Adm. Vice-President, B. Scott, B. Jordan, D. Kyle, C. Self Second Row: M. Pellegrino, L. Cunningham, T. Nicholson, E Palmer, Projects, Vice-Presidentg B. Kelley, J. Clabough, J Young, B. Swofford, J. Giifen. Third Row: W. Bailey, L. Partain J. Painter, D. McGovern, D. Townsend, Secretary, Jo Anne Dance, Sweetheart: B. Headden. M. Herron. C. McConnell, J. Dodd, J. Threadgill. President. Fourth Row: R. Kirkland, J. Wanek, R. Lillie, B. Marks, D. VVhite, C. Walker, J. Overton, D. Fulgham, J. Sterner, J.'Love, J. Long, B, Peters. v 1 DELTA ALPHA The Tennessee Alpha Chapter of Delta Nu Alpha is the University of Tennessee's representative in the na- tional fraternity for transportation students and busi- nessmen. The University chapter was chartered in January of 1949 and since that time has grown to a membership of over seventy-five students. To encourage young men of ability to enter and remain in the Held of transportation and traffic management as a life work is one of the many purposes of Delta Nu Alpha. First Row: S. Walker, E. Rhea, P. Hedge, W. Bondy, R. Kirkland, Historian, J. Brimacombe, President, B. Cloninger, Treasurerg T. Rossi, D. Barton, D. Adams, A. Krause, H. Miller, C. Bailiff. Second Row: D. Miller, H. Norton, D. Clegg, A. Hino, R. Garrity, T. Brockelbank, W. Hammond, Jr., J. Balcher, J. Mizell, R. Russell, J. Tipton, J. Johnson, B. Hoisington, D. Roberts, E. Thom son S. Parker Third Row: C Cera D- Hunter F. Hendrix, P Y - - i - y D. Blake, D. Scull, W. Daniels, T. Low, C. Salyer, R. lVlcMahan, F. Willis, G. Bowden, D. Hoffman, R. McLain, D. K. Pritchard, W. Robinson, W. Potter, J. McGovern. I DAIRY CL B First Row: C. Goan, Vice-President T. Strasser, President, E. Moore, E. Lawson, Secretary, H. Russell, Treas- urer. Second Row: Prof. H. N. Car- ringer,, C. Moyers, W. Byrne, J. Bur- row, J. York, Dr. E. W. Swanson Adviser. Third Row: J. Armstrong, S. Singh, C. Hilton, R. Smith, Jr., Dr D. O. Richardson, Adviser. DELTA SIGMA PI First Row: D. McGaughey, J. Tatum, R. Carne Secretar ' G. Ha nes Y, Y, Y , Vice-President, B. Mullins, Presi- dent, J. Francisco, Senior Vice-Presi- dent, D. Townsend, K. Treece, J. Threadgill, Treasurer. Second Row: J. McPherson, E. Emory, S. Raskin F. Trotter, L. N. Smith, T. Waggoner K. Gilbert, B. Olterman, S. Hillmen Third Row: A. Rector, J. Hill, Di Stahl, J. Hicks, D. Quillen, L. Reed J. Roisum, D. Burton, W. Boswell R. Myatt. Not Pictured: J. Daniels. 1 v 1 n The University of Tennessee Dairy Club, an affiliate chapter of the American Dairy Science Association, provides a channel of communications whereby in- formation of mutual interest may be exchanged among the various member branches, and between the American Dairy Science Association and its mem- ber branches, The Dairy Club serves as a mode to acquaint students with the ADSA, its scope, purposes, and program, and to develop leadership and promote scholarship among dairy students. Delta Sigma Pi is a professional business fraternity organized to foster the study of business by research and practice, to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics together with the civic and commercial welfare of the community. The fraternity offers membership to male students majoring in all Helds of business who have completed thirty hours of college work with a minimum scholastic average of 2.3. 319 The Finance Club is a student affiliate of the American Finance Association. Its membership consists of students who have an interest in the Held of finance. The program of the club presents students with the opportunity to hear mem- bers ofthe financial world speak on the areas of the security markets, insurance, and banking. The Finance Club makes it possible for faculty members of the Finance Department and students to meet throughout the academic year on an informal basis. A Dr. George W. Bishop is the faculty advisor of the Finance Club. .- . m. -. Y The Women's Glee Club, under the direction of Mr. Guy Bokman, is an op- portunity open to all women students interested in music. The group is selected on the basis of their singing ability. This year the organization is composed of approximately sixty girls, including members of all classes. It provides an op- portunity to further develop musical talent, and at the same time to be associ- ated with others with the same interests. The Women's Glee Club joined the Singers in their annual concert and have also participated in several other pro- grams. 3 20 FINANCE CLUB S. Patton, J. Hill, J. Simpson, B. Lee E. Emory, E. Flynn, B. Cloninger, W Huff, S. Portis, G. Bishop, Jr. WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB First Row: W. Shoemaker, N. Love S. Jones, K. Stager, S. Davis, C Devine, M. Horner, K. Shepherd, P' Goins, J. Stanley, E. Shafer, J. Clarke E. Leavitt. Second Row: M. Pearson N. Walker, J. Turee, R. Farris, L. Lasl siter, B. Pless, R. Rivers, D. Allbrit- ton, L. Mills, S. Richardson, B. Curtis G. Wuhan, s. Sullivan, G. Gillenl water, C. Hegedus. Third Row: F Hathaway, A. Cherry, M. Iden, E Jacoby, P. Giles, C. Smith, S. Camp- bell, J. Beavton, K. Meaker, L. John- son, D. McNab, H. Bernstein, M. Me- whorter, C. Krauss, si Caller, G Gerber, ET. Merhoff, P. Mitchell. 1 I. E. E. E. First Row: D. Howell, Treasurerg P. Pierce, Secretary, C. Hickman, Coun- selorg D. Smallwood, President, W Haley. Second Row: R. Daniel, C. Harper, T. Barnett, C. Philpot, A. Harbin. Third Row: J. Gomez, B. Murrian, A. Connelly, J. Rives, J. Fritz. MARKETI G AND RETAILING CLUB A. Rector, President, R. Crabtree, Vice-Presidentg H. Patterson, Secre- tary, L. May, Treasurer, J. Fielder, H. Gill, M. Lumadhi, M. Dugger, J. Whitney, R. Brumfield, M. McRee, J. Cole, R. McNeil, A. Bryan, J. Martin- son, M. Golden, G. Dodson, J. Rice, W. Petty, J. Bolton, B. Barger, W. Swofford, R. Rhea, G. Duncan, H. Patterson, W. Robeson, B. Jones, J. Graybeal, C. Carr, B. Blevins, E. Dal- ton, B. Giddings, W. Warren, P. Dumas, J. Gannon, M. Carson, F. Carson, F. Knight, S. Rosser, R. Rotermund. For the past two years, there has been a noticeable increase in the electrical engineering circles. The IEEE arose as the result of a merger of the AIEE and the IRE. The purpose of this organization is to provide a professional society for the students majoring in electrical engineering. Membership in the IEEE is open to all students majoring in Electrical Engi- neering. After graduation, the students majoring transfer their membership into the professional engineering portion of the IEEE. The Marketing and Retailing Club serves to further acquaint the student with the problems in this field that he will meet after graduation. As a part of the Clubls program, the members have an opportunity to hear speeches by out- standing businessmen. The student club is sponsored by the Knoxville Sales Executive Club. 3 7.1 I DEPENDENT STUDENTS ASSOCIATIO The Independent Students Association is an organiza- tion through which the many students on campus who are not affiliated with a Greek group may participate in campus activities. ISA has something to offer to almost every independent, no matter where his or her interests lie. For those who are interested in campus activities, ISA offers the opportunity to participate in such varied activities as campus politics, Homecoming, All-Sing, Carnicus, AWS, Student Government, and Intramurals. For those who are interested in social activities, there are the activities and projects of ISA itself. There are a number of social activities each quarter, such as the Presentation Dance, Valentine Dance, Secret Desire Party, and Tea Rose frBall. For those who are interested in travel or "escape," the Hamburger Fry and Winter and Spring Retreats offer a chance to get away from campus for a while. In addition to such regularly scheduled events, ISA members often get together for informal social activities such as bowling and skating. There are also the weekly meetings for which interest- ing programs are often scheduled. Not Pictured: Victor Abrew, Elaine Badger, Terry Baggott, Ingrid Barker, Mary Jane Bean, Fletcher Bingham, Cathy Blocker, Charles Bowden, Harwin Boyce, Charlie Boyd, Judy Conwell, Sandra Davis, David DeGrella, George DeGrella, Linda Dickson, Donna Dooley, Ronald Downer, Diane Edmondson, Sandra Fox, Dan Fulks, Jake Gargarino, Neal Gardner, Carter Grady, Avalyn Harrelson, William Hatfield, Robert Haun, Janet Hill, Jim Hulen, Robert Lester Jackson, Larry Johnson, Mary Ruth Jones, June Keith, Charles Kelly, Norman King, Bill Kropif, Becky Litz, Jim Lovinggood, Alma Martin, Dick Martin, Judy Meridieth, John Moak, John Mulvany, Susan M. Parker, Faye Parsons, Bill Paysinger, Woody Pearson, Mary Ann Price, Troy Pack, Andy Prosser, Marilyn Orgain, Nancy Orr, Mike Rucker, James Rushing, Woodson Savage, Jeanette Shaw, Don Shepherd, Carol Sikes, Donald Srnartt, John Tilmes, Eric Torina, Mary Louise Turner, Ronald Turner, Margaret Vanta, Thomas Wall, Barbara White, Grace Louisa White, Gregory N. Wynn, M. B. Yeligar. Front Row: C. Grady, Corresponding Secretary, N. Fugate, Recording Secretary, D. Quillen, Presidentg M. Washburn, Vice- President, M. Vanta, Historian. Back Row: M. Childress, Advisor, J. Rushing, Public Relations Co-Chairman, D. Shepherd, Treas- urer, N. Lentz, Activities Co-Chairman. First Row: Margaret Barfield Bill Barger Donna Blakely Elaine Carr Second Row: Anne Carroll Bill Carson Paula Jean Edmonds Phyllis Elliott Third Row: Nancy Fugate Wanda Graham Gwen Grant Jimmy Jones Fourth Row: Lois Lanning Neil Lentz Larry McClanahan Virginia Nevins Fifth Row: Tom Privette Dennis Quillen Rebecca Rurnery Ann Rushing Sixth Row: Betty Scandlyn Joyce Turpin Mary Lee Washburn 7. W. Bussart, Presidentg M. Parrish, Custodiang G. Withrow, Secre- taryg D. Brubaker, Publicity Chairmang L. Schrader, Treasurerg J. Ashley, Vice-President. NAHHEEYAYLI GGVERNING BOARD Since its founding in 1924 as an organization to reduce competition between fraternities, the Nahheey- ayli Governing Board has become one of the most popular organizations on the UT campus. The Board, composed of a representative from each fraternity and from the Independent Students Association, now serves as the campus coordinator to organize and supervise the presentation of nationally and internationally known popular entertainment to the student body. The name Nahheeyayli is an old Cherokee Indian word meaning "dance of the season," and rightly so, for it is definitely one of the largest, most popular events of each quarter. 314 l l Front Row: C. Roberts. D. Tomchey, L. Schrader, P. Wiggins, J. Rader, M. Parrish, J. Ashley, W. Bussart, J. Long, B. Parker, C. Roberts. Back Row: C. Faulkner, B. Ogdin, J. Nash, D. Brubaker, B. Carlson, S. Ticlwcll, S. Campbell, P. von Elton, G. Withrow. 3-'s . 315 '1 f 3 M' .4 -QA A , K 'f 'MQ-if ' A Y sv The Phoenix Smgcrs brought another type of entertainment to Nahheeyayli . . . I eww he 'Qi ,t, , ,L , , . . QQMWQWQZQ 4 . . and l1.'l.s own Cumberland Trm brought the house down. H J Huotenanny came to U.T. . , ka ' at . J . and the faithful Kingston Trio was signed to appear in the XJ Spring . .. iv 6 hx Double P Sz M Folk singing has come to replace the "dance of the season T. rocked on ABC and we saw ourselves later in the fall . . . ghel concerted effort of all present brought on the grand na e . . . e in ffg,, . The Newman Club, an organization of Catholic students, was first formed on the UT campus in 1933. For many years we met whenever we could find an empty classroom. But now, through the generosity of the Newman Founda- tion, Bishop Adrian, and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ashe, we have a beautiful new home right on campus. Under the guidance of our chaplain, Father Sterling McGuire, we, as Newmanites, receive spiritual guidance, cultural resources, and social activi- ties. We have a retreat, Day of Recollection, a wonderful library, picnics, ice- skating parties, and a convention. I l l Professional Action Committee For Education is a selected group of educa- tion majors who are members of SNEA. The members are high in scholarship and leadership abilities and are greatly interested in the problems of the teaching profession. 37.8 EW A CLUB Front Row: J. Matlock, F. Vallely, L. Hart, J. Gagon, M. Shanks, P. Mc- Elory. Back Row: J. McGilvrey, J. Gils, P. Kwok, L. Rankin, R. Shutters, C. Johnson, S. Webster, C. Griesbeck, J. Scharding, P. Kennedy, B. Alfonso, T. Harrigan, B. Zapotosky, J. Gomez G. Bailie. P. A. C. E. Front Row: R. Pollock, J. Eller, J. Whaley, Treasurer, J. Thal, S. Beatty, K. Hutchison, President, P. Conner, P. Hill, Vice-President. Back Row: P. Neergaard, L. Ainsley, P. Moorefield, B. Cotton, A. Coulter, S. Freeland, J. Pinkston, C. Clem, L. Atkinson, L. Hartsook. Not Pictured: J. Qualls, K. Keith, Secretary, D. Tippitg Advisors -Dean Merrill, Drs. C. Wilson, Johnston, Hawks. VOLU TEER CHORUS The Volunteer Chorus, a select group of eighty-two members, is composed of students with musical talent and has presented a variety of programs throughout the year. This organization provides the participating students with a chance to enrich their musical skills and broaden their knowledge of different types of music. Bach chorals, German and Austrian carols, and various other types of music have highlighted the year's musical program. B. Andrew, R. Bailey, B. Basler, C. Brewer, J. Carroll, C. Clark, K. Cottrell, F. Daley, L. Fowler, P. Fraser, D. Fulks, M. Fulks, M. Galati, P. Hankins, M. Hewgley, L. Hill, R. Holt, M. Johnson, M. Johnson, J. Kennedy, K. Lakey, C. Livermore, J. McClellan R. Munsey, T. Nelson, R. Passons, J. Polk, K. Rigsbee, S Schmidt, T. Silberman, N. Smelcer, W. White, R. Winter, M Abarnathy, C. Anderson, W. Baker, R. Calloway, S. Coker, D Collins, S. Cunningham M. Denne L. Dobbs H. Ford D. 1 .Yy y y Garriott, D. Grob, G. Hackney, J. Hall,-I. Hewgley, W. Hurt P. Magee, A. Manning, M. McAlister, T. Nicholson, A. Petree 1 1 37-9 M. Safiey, L. Seagren, J. Shields, M. Smith, S. Stalcup, R. Thomas, K. Wade, R. Wattenbarger, M. Anderson, S. Bishop, S. Boone, J. Britton, J. Burnette, W. Burris, L. Clemmer, N. Davis, S. Dawson, L. Ebert, J. Erwin, R. Frazier, E. Hampton, D. Herbert, B. Klutinis, J. Luallen, J. Meyer, V. Mitchell, J. Needham, M. Nicholon, C. Nixon, C. Northcutt, K. Parry, L. Pinholster, M. Saylor, B. Scandlyn, N. Bain, C. Brewer, A. Cafferky, P. Crosby, W. Flemister, S. Follett, R. Jones, L. Rosenbloom, C. Swafford, W. Thomas. Pi Tau Sigma is a national honor society for outstanding mechanical engi- neering students. To be eligible for membership in this society a senior must rank in the upper third of his class scholastically and a junior must rank in the upper fourth of his class. New members are elected from the eligible stu- dents by the old members on the basis of engineering ability, scholarship, and personality. Realizing that the undergraduate students who are preparing for careers in the legal profession have many common interests and ambitions, it is the pur- pose of the Pre-Legal Society of the University of Tennessee to coordinate these interests. Membership is open to all undergraduates who are contemplat- ing doing graduate Work in the college of Law. The Society presents programs pertaining to the various fields open to Law School graduates during the course of the year. It is hoped that association with this Society will give the pre-legal student a fuller concept of what he will encounter both in law school and in the practice of law. 330 PI TAU SIGMA First Row: R. Irwin, Treasurer, B. Sammons, Corresponding Secretary' C. Jones, Recording Secretaryg Di Farrow, Vice-President, C. Bowman, President. Second Row: J. Bailey Faculty Advisorg R. Hicks, E. Cow-i ard, J. Tankersley, N. Thach, Jr. Third Row: M. Hale, L. Chesney, B. Sledge, Jr., G. Eichhorn, J. Baird. Fourth Row: F. Brandon, J. Slaugh- ter, E. Kee, W. McAfee, G. Dunlap. Fifth Row: C. Samples, P. Hoke, J. Hammontree, J. Ridings. Not Pic- tured: R. Hale. PRE-LEGAL SUCIETY Front Row: T. Dillard, Advisorg J McCormick, R. Ridenour, E. Parrott Treasurer, B. Withen, President, A Scott. Back Row: R. Kesley, J. Tagg J. Willis, M. Cavender, M. Keller. s THE PUBLICATIONS COUNCIL The Publishing Association of the University of Ten- nessee is a non-profit corporation which publishes the school yearbook, The Volunteer, and the school paper, The Orange and White. Known as the Publications Council, the Board of Directors is composed of two faculty members and one alumnus who are appointed by the President of the University and two students and one alumnus elected annually by the publications' sub- scribers. Every student who subscribes to The Orange and White or buys a Volunteer is a stockholder in this corporation and entitled to votes proportionate to his invested stock in the annual elections. The President of the University is an ex-oiiicio member. Included in the responsibilities of the Board are the general policies and financial supervision of The Volun- teer and The Orange and White. The board members James Maples, Secretary, Julian Harriss, F. B. Thornburg, W. C. Tucker, Chairmang Percy G. Adams. Not Pictured: Bill Myers, Squire Smith. I select the student executives of the publications and assist the business managers in handling sales, advertis- ing, and other financial details. To help promote interest in the University and its publications, the Board assists in providing free copies of The Orange and White which are distributed in the Tennessee high school libraries. The Board also contri- butes to the annual convergence of state high school editors and establishes the standards for the selection of Torchbearers. RHO EPSILO The University of Tennessee Real Estate Society was organized in 1960, and has received its charter from the National Real Estate Fraternity, Rho Epsilon. Rho Epsilon was established for the following pur- poses: 1. To promote closer unity between the students and faculty interested in real estate. 2. To establish liaison with the professional real estate world, to develop the scholarship program for real estate majors, to aid in placement of real estate gradu- ates. 3. To promote a better relationship among students in real estate through social and recreational activities. Officers: J. Foster, Presidentg C. Traub, Vice-President, F. Moore, Secertaryg J. Irwin, Treasurer, P. Brown, Pledge Captaing.D. Rogers, Publicity Director, J. Palmer, Liason Delegate. Actlve Members: W. Monday, M. Coleman, G. Fritts, P. Hansen, J. Mon- day, M. Sweeney, D. Townsend. Chapter Advisor: M. Townsend. Pledges: T. Thompson, H. Borders, D. Coffey, D. De Grella, R. Crabtree, G. McGolderick, J. Harrison, J. Guthrie, G. Oliver. Honorary Advisors: W. Monday, W. Curtis, D. Baker, G. Fritts. 'Z S. A. M. The Society for the Advancement of Management has as its purpose: 'ATO bring close together executives in business, to be a means of exchange and distribution of information on the problems, policies, and methods of industry and management, and to give the student an opportunity to participate in the organization, planning, directing, and controlling of an organization dedicated solely to the promotion and advancement of the art and sciences of management." B. Arsdale, President, F. Standifer, First Vice-President, T Goodman, Second Vice-President, W. Barnes, Third Vice-Presi- dentg D. Zorg, W. Giddings, B. Lane, F. Bittle, S. Forshay, W Corwin, R. Stovall, J. Wilkinson, D. Tomchey, D. Elkins. f ' ,wp i ,A , u f l I . 'E' r'F ,x v x f f' Sigma Alpha Iota, an internationally incorporated fraternity for outstanding women musicians, has as its main purposes to further the development of music in America and to promote a stronger bond of musical interest and understand- ing between foreign countries and America. S.A.I. was founded at the University of Michigan by seven women music students in 1903. The UT chapter, Gamma Rho, was installed in 1959, having twenty-one charter members. Today Sigma Alpha Iota has more than 35,000 members with chapters in 128 colleges. The Society of Women Engineers is composed of all women students enrolled in engineering or physics. The University of Tennessee Section of the S.W.E. was formed in the spring of 1962 and has already grown into a well-established organization. This organization encourages high school senior women to consid- er a career in engineering, improves facilities for women engineers, and assists in Engineers' Day. 334 SIGMA ALPHA IGTA i Front Row: L. Sutton, N. Carter, Vice-President, D. Caywood, Record- ing Secretaryg J. Pickens, Activities Vice-President, A. Tarzier, Presl- dentg C. Rollins, Sergeant at Arms, S4552 935 I1 P30 EE' 0211 fawi' ml-5 'Fei' 2 Ofprnw 3522 m5"gn2 523' 3-:QQ-Ui f"::- S omn- '11"m mit-+5 'Eggs ne?g UOPFHB-5 Smith, P. Burch, P. Brown. SOCIETY OF WGMEN ENGINEERS Bottom to Top: G. Good, J. Mahoney, B. McClurkan, Vice-President, E. Baker, P. Lynch, P. Pierce, Secre- tary-Treasurer, F. Haller, President. STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION Since its establishment in 1890 the UT College of Law has steadily become one of the leading institutions of its kind in the country. The College is a charter member of the American Law Students Association, which is an arm of the American Bar Association. Students at the College govern their own affairs through the Student Bar Association and in conjunction with the local Bar Association sponsor such activities as the annual Law Day Celebration. At weekly meetings the Association sponsors lectures, trial practice sessions, and similar programs. The Tennessee Law Review, which is published by the faculty and students of the College, is the official publi- cation of Tennessee Bar Association. Through such integrated activities the student is acquainted both with the theoretical and practical phases of the Law and is prepared to take a responsible place in the civic and legal affairs of his community. Arnold Peebles and Ed Christenberry, ALSA Representaives. Carol Catalano, Independent Representative to the Student Bar Association. Tom Dillard, Secretaryg Bob English, Treasurerg Danny Minor, Vice-Presidentg Clay Saunders, President. N. uv-"""" STUDENT FORUM LECTURE SERIES The Student Forum Lecture Series is a program which was initiated on the campus of the University of Tennessee in 1961-62. The Student Forum is a pro- gressive movement on campus toward improved student life and activities by the Student Government Associa- tion. The purpose of the lecture series is to bring renowned and outstanding personalities to UT to speak on their various fields of achievement. Among the outstanding speakers brought to the campus this year were Robert St. John, Allen Drury, Stanton Evans, and Dr. Willy Evans. First Row: A. Nagy, Chairman S.F., B. Giddings, Executive Com- citteeg J. Threadgill, Executive Committeeg C. Dougherty, Execu- tive Committeeg A. Dempster, Executive Committee. Second Row: C. Anderson, S. Sullivan, N. Love, N. Davis, C. Ethier, J. Gannon, A. Ownbey, J. Putman. Third Row: S. Denton M. Daugherty, L. Sims, A. Gaither, I. Matt, P. Connell. Fourth Row: A. Schwartz, W. Boswell, D. Sullivan, R. Jackson, C. Claiborne, J. Bowling. l I Jerry Milchin, President T CLUB All men who have been awarded a varsity letter in one of the major sports, as determined by the Athletic Council of the University Athletic Association, are eligible to become members of the HT" Club. The head cheerleader and the senior managers who have been awarded letters by the Athletic Council are likewise eligible for membership. Objectives of the "T" Club are: 1. To foster clean sportsmanship, promote Congeniality, and encourage friendly association among its mem- bership for the advancement of UT. 2. To emphasize the importance of high standards of scholarship and to assist its members in the attain- ment of this end. 3. To promote interest among alumni in University athletics, and to further the welfare thereof. F V First Row: W. Hammond, Jr., J. Nichols, J. Webster, C. Dobson, P. Canine, M. Maxwell, W. Russell, B. Ackermann, D. Leake, B. Cameron. Second Row: 'K. Hudgens, P. Kelley, M. Shelton, J. Lowe, B. Frazier, R. Dockery, B. Morton, G. Tedford, J. Paty. Third Row: B. Redington, J. Ervin, C. Durland, D. Storey, G. Gray, A. Christianson, B. Petrella, J. Michin, P. Downey J. Cot- ton. Fourth Rowz W. Sellmer, G. Morse, S. Robertson, B. Tom- linson, F. Emanuel, G. Woods, P. Robinette, L. Mclntosh, J. Finley. Fifth Row: M. Faircloth, B. Fisher, P. Pomphrey, B. Zvolerin, S. DeLong, A. Pederson, D. Evey, A. Tanara, J. Pat- terson. Sixth Row: C. Ellis, K. Honea, H. Wantland, A. W. Davis, B. Hogsett, H. Bayne, S. Elliott, W. Canale. David Howell, Editor THE TENNESSEE ENGINEER The past three decades have seen the development of one of the largest college engineering magazines in the United States. Beginning back in 1925 with a small two- page pamphlet and continuing at present with more than thirty-five pages per issue, The Tennessee Engineer has one of the largest circulations among equivalent col- lege magazines. The Tennessee Engineer is distributed to alumni and students of the College of Engineering. The contents range from articles on "Women in Engi- neering" to "The Complex Gyrator," with the articles mainly concerned with the College of Engineering. The quarterly magazine's staff has recently received an award of excellence in engineering college magazines from a national firrn. f'K 'THD li. 1364-bl" P. Pierce, D. Howell, Editorg D. Smallwood, C. Fharton, B. Cory, J. Arrington. Not Pictured: W. Johnson, Business Managerg M. Jerron, S. Shelton, B. Rann. 493' SPANISH CLUB Standing: S. Vaughn. First Row: R. Dynesius, J. Harper, G. Crabtree, J Swain. Second Row: C. Bradford, T Ferrer, J. Beukenkamp, D. Milford, A. Vergho. Third Row: E. Davis, W Oney, L. Ebert, H. LaVarre, E. J olz Fourth ROW: S. Howie, L. Watten- barger, M. McClain, R. Fitzpatrick. THE TENNESSEE FARMER G. Hadorn, B. Pope, Dr. Griffen, Ad- visor' J Rod ers A. Lemert Ad 1 ' g 1 1 ' visorg G. Newton, Editor, D. Kyle, Managing Editor, K. Kemp, B. Sas- ser, Advertising Managerg J . Jordan Circulation Manager, C. Goan, Busif ness Manager. El Circulo Espanol was organized to provide entertainment and instruction for those who are interested in the various cultural manifestations of the Spanish people. Club members improve their knowledge of the language, the literature, and the companionship of persons of Spanish speech who are among us on campus. The Tennessee Farmer, the ofiicial student publication of the College of Agriculture, has been published under the sponsorship of the Agricultural Club since 1906. The magazine is distributed to Alumni of the College of Agriculture, agriculture students and their parents, high schools teaching agriculture, county agricultural agents, and general subscribers. It contains news of stu- dent activities, alumni activities, technological innovations for Tennessee Agriculture, and developments in the student's chosen field. Written and edited by agricultural students, the Tennessee Farmer is pub- lished four times a year. Working on the staff gives a student the opportunity to broaden his perspective of agriculture. The Tennessee Farmer is a member of the Agriculture College Magazines Associated. I .1 'H w l I . - V.+Ym Q.-5f "C , R. Steven, J. Hodges, R. Coulter, E. Inabinet, Capt. J. Daniel, J. Beavors, J. McCay, J. Crain, M. Haberly. TENNESSEE RANGERS The Tennessee Rangers were officially founded in the fall of 1962 by Captain John S. Daniel for the purpose of developing technically proficient officers who will excell in leadership during our growing fight against Communism. The Ranger motto, '4Stout hearts, strong legs and fertile brains," is the goal of all Ranger Cadets. Cadets who wear the black beret develop Ustout hearts" and self-disciplined inward strength through attacking aggressors in the night across mountainous terrain, by rappeling from a hundred-foot cliff or rescuing a friend in life saving. Tough physical training, karate, road marches, and probing patrols which drive into dense and mountainous enemy territory, all make an officer with "strong legs" physically qualified for any hardships. Finally, the highest aim, "fertile brains," develops in studies of combatting communism, in learn- ing tools of the military trade, in learning our national traditions, and in maintaining ever-increasing individ- ual academic standards of excellence. First Row: J. Fry, T. Stulce, S. Shepherd, J. Joseph, D. Fowler, D. Tipton. Second Rowzh G. Scott, J. Gryder, E. Anderson, D. Ronald, G. Fowler, J. Beck. Third Row: P. Smith, T. Worth, E. Nichold, B. Redwine, S. Asher. 40 THE UNIVERSITY CENTER Serving as a Ucampus living room" for the entire University community, the University center provides the opportunity for students, faculty, and alumni to select and participate in worthwhile activities. The Center is operated through the direction of stu- dent committees that plan and carry out the Various programs. On the social level, a variety of dances are open to all students. Various programs of instruction and tournaments are held in individual sports such as chess, billiards, bridge, and bowling. On a more serious level, the University Center offers a Wide range of musical presentations ranging from the Folk Music Festival in the Spring to the Fine Arts pro- grams throughout the year. Rented displays, coupled with samples of local Work, provide a good selection for 1 Bill Giddings, Center Chairman, Lindy, Strom, Secretary, Carol Dougherty, Center Co-Chairman. the art lover. Movies from popular, classical, and foreign sources are shown throughout the year. In order to eicpand the cultural and social activities, the University Center program is constantly being broadened. The Monocle, a newspaper calendar, is pub- lished by the Center to inform the students of all campus events of interest. Future plans include an entertaining lecture series of interest to all students. 41 Center Chairmen, Front Row: E. McAlister, C. Harb, A. Ste- phens, J. Holland, J. Dance, P. Sivert. Second Row: M. Daugh- erty, D. Smith, J. Willis, D. Goddard, A. Nagy, D. White. Not Pictured: J. Dow, E. Rogers, L. Strom. University Center Recreation Committee: G. Fornara, S. Colley, B. Barnard, L. Vineyard, R. Munsey, D. Goddard, Chairmang J. Holland, Co-Chairmang D. Burris, J. Langston, J. Nowlin. Not Pictured: C. Self, D. Justus. University Center Talent Committee: R. Wattenbarger, L. Hubbell, J. Thirloway, E. Rogers, Chairman, M. Daugherty, Co-Chairmang B. Perkins, J. Luther. Not Pic- tured: B. Brandon, M. Lovell. University Center Lecture Committee: D. Denney, A. Gamewell, A. Upchurch, S Lackey, D. White, Chairmang L. Eason, L. Leftwich, L. Jenkins, P. Sivert, Co- Chairmang J. Clabough, A. Carter. . x i , Rxfv' tel 3151 mul' University Center Publicity Committee: Sitting: E. Jackson, J. Bettis, T. Chappell, D, Koger, J. Dance, C. Childres, L. Townsend, T. Simonton, E. Jordan. Standing: M. Vanta, J. Dowling, A. Nagy Chairmang S. Causseaux, P. Keally. Not Pictured: K. Kalshoven J. McTeer, L. Foster, J. Gannon. t x University Center Personnel Committee: E. Palmer, P- Slayden, S. Milhollen, H. La- Varre, B. Potter, C. Harb, Chairmang E. McAlister, Co- Chairmang S. Finer, L. Brow- der, L. Ebert, G. Howell. Not Pictured: P. Campen, D. Mc- Carren, B. Martin. 1,ytfk:,5?:. a University Center Dance Committee: P. Simons, D. Claypool, J. Tagg, J. McKinney, T. Oakley, M. Huddleston, A. Stephens, Co- Chairmang J. Willis, Chairmang S. Ritchie, B. Salisbury, J. Jones, M. Salyer, D. Gibson. Not Pictured: K. Benson, L. Larkin, L. Roberts, J. Hodges, L. Sowell. 4 N 1 University Center Creative Arts Committee: A. Long, P. Farley, L. Lemmi, J. Needham, D. Smith and J. Dow, Co-Chairmen, K. McCulloch, C. Workman, C. Conner, E. Steffy. UNIVERSITY CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATIGN Eighty-four years is a long time-that's the life span -of programs sponsored by the Christian Association at UT. "Y" traditions have grown up that touch every stu- dent's life . . . Torch Night and 4'The Torch" for fresh- men . . . Aloha Oe for seniors . . . Convocation, deputa- tion teams, the weekly meetings for everyone. "Y" has a purpose-to integrate religious ideals into all phases of campus life and to strengthen them, that they may live beyond college days for all the future. First Row: R. Wattenbarger, S. Carpenter, J. Hall, A. Thurmond, P. Cutter, R. Holt, S. Agu. Second Row: S. Stark, S. Smithurck, J. Lowe, G. McClintock, P. Voort, L. Venable, M. Lewis. Third Row: P. Kelly, C. Cruze, S. Lackey, D. Ervin, T. Worley. Fourth Row: D. Jordon, L. Johnson, L. Jenkins, C. Clem, A. Harrison. Speakers Table: Mrs. Pease, A. Gresky, S. Norvell, Mr. Gibson, P. Webb, S. Namba. 344 CAMPUS EXECUTIVES' CLUB BLUE TRIANGLE The Campus Executives' Club brings together outstanding members of the student body and faculty for an evening of good fellowship around the banquet table followed by a stimulating after-dinner speech. Membership in the Club is by invitation only, and is limited to 100-150 students and 50 faculty members. Three meetings are held each year in the private Dinning Room of the University Cafeteria. There a specially prepared meal is served Banquet style and enjoyed by all. Blue Triangle is a luncheon club which meets every Friday to enable stu- dents from different parts of the campus to eat together and know each other. After lunch, a talk given by a special guest from the UT faculty or the Knox- ville area is the highlight of the meeting. Blue Triangle has evolved from a small Christian womanis organization into a modified, co-educational 'fDaytime Yf, The University Christian Association, which now sponsors Blue Triangle, has continued the practice of meetings held as luncheons at the Student Center. Club membership is open to approxi- mately sixty boys and girls who are interested in such discussions. Woody Harriman, President THE UNIVERSITY SINGERS The University Singers, established in 1948, is the top choral group on campus. Members are carefully selected on the basis of musicianship, scholarship, lead- ership, and personality. The Singers practice five days a week to maintain their busy schedule. During this school year, for example, they have performed all over the state in a variety of programs. During fall quarter, after returning from a six-week European tour, they sang for several University functions and the annual Christmas Concert. Winter quarter brought the annual Scottish Rite Chair of Choral Arts. The Singers pre- sented Walton's "Belshazzar's Feast" in Chattanooga with the Chattanooga Symphony and here with the Knoxville Symphony, under the direction of Hugh Ross, director of New York's Schola Cantorum. Fol- L. Bomar, R. Bower, R. Brackin, N. Carter, R. Cates, D. Cay- wood, D. Costner, S. Cummings, M. Davis, L. Dobbs, J. Dodd, V Eason, S. Edwards,iG. Gillenwater, K. Grubb, M. Gunn, J. Har- riman, R. Haynes, M. Hertsgaard, G. Howard, W. Hurt, J. Kil- patrick, R. Koo, G. Lawson, V. Mashburn, W. Miller, W. Morgan N. Nickell, J. Pickens, D. Roberts, J. Ruckart, S. Sentelle, A. Setl liffe, B. Shields, S. Simmons, D. Smith, C. Smith, R. Smith, L Taylor, E. Threadgill, C. Welden, I. Welden D. White, C. Wright. 4 lowing their traditional All Sing performance, they prepared for the annual spring tour of the state. During spring quarter, they traveled to several East Tennessee cities in addition to their other appearances. The group includes a string quartet and a group of modern dancers, all regular members of Singers. UT CI-IOR LE The UT Chorale, directed by Mr. Gordon Leavitt, is composed of students with musical talent. This group provides participating students with a chance to enrich their musical skills and broaden their knowledge of different types of music. . .g,,.fmsgsmaawwisfw-V.,M f-., .-1. . . -.J-if is -5g:H:.51,- "W Wim." .W A -f t f Y G f? f gv gzsQ:..e..z'1,- . ., . .. - 1 , H , J First Row: A. Ellington, J. Wilson, W. Coulter, E. Camp, C. Aus- tin, R. Pierce, B. Frazier, B. Brook, M. Cummings, J. Lindsey, J. Gentry, C. Weber, S. Burton. Second Row: E. Hollyfield, B. Bishop, M. J. Walker, M. Jones, L. Chapman, P. Parmelee, T. Maynard, B. Buckishorn, D. Brown, E. Robertson, A. Harrison, I. Carr, L. Laufer, J. Fisher, J. Carson, N. Wolkonsky, A Buchanan, S. Montgomery. Third Row: P. Morris, B. Perkins L. White J Blanton J. Jenkins B Ownbe C. Sanderson L v ' 1 v - yn ' - ' Pike, E. Large, N. Vesser, C. Bessel, E. Boucher, L. Foster, M. Ferris, S. Smithwick, J. Johnson, A. Viles, G. Lane, B. Mallicote y 47 L. Bailey, L. Peanson. Fourth Row: R. Jarvis, D. Ray, L. Gordon, L. Gumbody, O. Greebe, L. Gross, R. Jones, J. Pumphanclle, L. Mace, B. Silberstien, H. Hall, N. McGuire, E. Fraker, J. Washing- ton, G. Ward, J. Foster, B. Magness, L. McMahon, J. Slay, S. Roberts, G, Myers, J. Tagg. Firth Row: C. Wilder, K. Turner, R. Perry, W. Robeson, W. Huff, E. Huster, C. Osborn, B. Griffin, J. Hollis, N. Wheland, C. Trenor, D. Barr, I. Fenton, B. Eldridge, B. Thomas, M. Taylor, B. Sudderth, L. Hill, P. Snyder, B. Pfohl, T. Roberts, D. Dillard, J. Guthrie, E. Menefee, M. Christmas, T Jacketti. K Q .' X-3 .- , . " ,Q . - if 2 A :5 4 , fp 4 . . 143, . b U , f ' L, , G ' Sm . , 4 Nl, ,x 45 Q g , Q . but E ' H .-W' Q, . ri F i k K ,lk , . '-Jag .2 Q 1 1: , 5,-vffdk 1 N if A 1 ia . a- f 21 C . 'X ofitf. w a 1 ff .eff i fl. Y . an QA M . , W In V , Mg? L.. . . . C ""'s4"""Ti " our ' ' .t Their place in the sun. T SKI CLUB The University of Tennessee Ski Club was organized during the winter quarter of 1964, to promote one of the South's newest and most popular sports and to provide a common social atmosphere for those interested in learning how to ski. Benefits of belonging to the club include a 50? discount for use of slopes at the Gatlin- burg Ski Resort, which includes use of the lift, equip- ment, and skiing lessons. Weather permitting, the group makes two trips each Week to Gatlinburg for skiing enjoyment. Two special programs have already been sponsored by this relatively young club. Tom Cheek, faculty advisor, and Hans Woldrich, skiing instructor at the Resort, took part in these programs. There are at the present time more than one hundred UT students who are members of the Club. Hans Woldrich has been an enthusiastic supporter of the club and has promised his support and sponsoring of a UT W. Pascal, President, M. Haberly, Vice-President, L, Harris Secretary, J. Garthright, Treasurer, T. Cheeks, Faculty Advisor J. Pierce, T. Fisher, M. Walker, C. Baker, P. Jackson, P. Will liamson, J. Rose, R. Downer, S. Lackey, L. Davis, J. McCoy, A Yates, D. McCutchan, F. Pleasants, J. Whiteman, E. Maher, D Anderson, P. Henry, Z. Wall, N. Wolkonsky, M. Cavender, C Wilson, S. Ogdin, B. Bartlett, T. Lerner, M. Jacobson, N. White, A. Miller, R. Crabtree, P. Herring, H. Wood, J. Tate, S. Shane, M. O'Guinn, P. Moore, A. Manning, M. Bible, B. Martin, D. Con- ger, D. Handley, A. Teffeau, T. Tilley. 48 Ski Team if one was ever formed. Definite plans n already been made in that direction. Among the club plans for next year is a skiing trip to Aspen, Coloradc during the Christmas holidays, to try the slopes there. Co-Chairmen: Pat Handley and David White. OL CORPS Vol Corps, organized by the Student Government Association, is to welcome visitors to the University and to aid the alumni registrar's offices by encouraging freshmen to attend UT. 49 First Rowz: B. Farrar, L. Larkin, P. Conner, C. Pobletts, C Dougherty, S. Heilman, J. Ewing, G. Jones, S. Cronin, G. Gillen- water, K. Benson. Second Row: P. Handley, D. Barger, B. Logan S. Marcy, M. Durham, C. Ethier, E. Core, K. McCarren, C. Hege- dus, L. Townsend, L. Hubbell, F. McCalla. Third Row: P. Sivert, L. Jenkins, G. Howell, A. Gresky, A. Ross, K. Kalshoven, S. Dit- more, B. Birdwell, S. Harrison, C. Tipton, B. Bundy. Fourth Row: J. Giffen, M. Cate, R. Riley, B. Calloway, J. Mynatt, D. Peters L. Clark, S. Burton, S. VanHorn, D. Baker, B. Batson, D. Sullil van, S. Darden. MEMO PROM THE EDITORS The task of putting out a college yearbook can be a frightening one, but this year we have found that our duties have not been nearly so ponderous as they have been exciting. In this year's VOLUNTEER we have tried, in every sense, to mirror life at UT as it goes on every day-big, but casual and friendly. We have also attempted to look for a moment into the life of the individual, to put into print private student feelings, expressed in common attitudes. If we have succeed, it is because of Tennessee students, who so willingly lend themselves to the seri- ousness and fun of college life. To Anne Dempster Taylor goes our sincere gratitude for our opening section-the water colors which are the basis for the atmosphere of the entire yearbook. Special thanks go also to: Jackie Holland, classes editor, who worked tirelessly and with relentless accuracy on a tough section, in the throes of fall quarter finals, in order to meet her dead- line. Judy Miniat, beauty editor, who was instrumental in coordinating the "new" Vol Beauty Parade with the public interviews for the contestants. Mary Lane Andrews, academics editor and activities co-editor, for her constant enthusiasm in editing a sec- tion for an early deadline and her help on other sections when time was getting short. Bill Kelley, athletics editor, who put more spirit and interest into that section than we've seen in many a year. Lyn Larkin, for her energy and originality in putting 'T'-T" V L,:, , f7'M35e:i:wil,,' ' ' .- O out the honoraries section-one which we feel was due the added attraction of "different" pictures which it was given this year. Sarah Bible Huie, for her work on the sorority section of the Greeks. Sarah's organization was tip-top in every way, making her section days ahead of deadline. Ed Dalch, for his work on the fraternities section, and for the late nights he spent sorting and classifying pic- tures. Denny Peters, for his untiring efforts in editing the military section. The cooperation of others on this sec- tion is essential, and Denny was able to obtain this in an excellent manner. Jim Gifen, for his efforts in putting out the large activities section. Dean Truman Pouncey for his warm and gratifying participation as master of ceremonies for the 1964 Vol Beauty Parade. Gordon Hodge of Gordon's Studio, for our lovely beauty pictures, which required an extraordinary amount of time and work this year. Our photographer, Guy Taylor, for his excellent pic- tures and for his patience in putting up with two usually distraught co-editors. The Administrative officials, for their cooperation in everything on which we needed help. The Knoxville N ews-S entinel, The Knoxville Journal, andThe Memphis Commercial Appeal, for their thought- fuhaess in supplying us with some of the pictures for our athletics section. An often-heard phrase in the Volunteer Office this year was "We'll ask Mr. Eadief, Our mentor and guide, critic of art work supreme, was Mr. Dan Eadie of Benson Printing Company. With his frown our stomachs sank, with his nod of approval our day was rewarded. Without him we would have surely never made it. A very warm, special thanks goes to Mr. W. A. Ben- son, Jr., our publisher, who good-naturedly steered us over rough spots in layouts and pending deadlines and boosted our morale with much-appreciated steak din- ners on his visits to Knoxville. The "just checking" ring of the long-distance phone from his office was as steady as his encouragement and advice throughout the fall and winter months. His role as friend and helper equalled in every way his position as publisher. To the Publications Council go our great thanks for giving us the privilege of editing The 1964 Volunteer and for encouraging us in our desire to "try something newf' The Editors In Memoriam John Fitzgerald Kennedy Robert Gaston Deupree Paula Jenoise Herring Troy Blake Minton, Jr. . esteemed for The significance of its selection . DID YOU KNOTW YOU CAN NGW BUY OVER 220 NATIQNAL BRAND NAMES AT THE KNOX . 1 , ,Z-1, fl ' '51-" f ,JW ff"W'6ZZZ ffj., -V f af Mme 7' fffib. WF: 7,11 W ll, if fl , 'ffpjfafz f' 0:41'::':ln"v"::,:l4:imi:'J' 1' ,MPL:1f:l::1'.1h1111E:1"L:23f ff' 1'-:-1!4'5F:ff5'fF:I:ff" Mai?" .211:i"'Q ,.Aiill"',.ig:fg:!",gglf'ff" 151-ff-" 51122-".g12z!F' :nw 4 A 45 I ,4:.nf7f4,,,,Qne of Pho Soufh's Graaf Dgpurfmoni Shores! ' .-"Tiff" fi T. elif- T y 113.1 19' Af .' f5"'f:11"',5W1 'eu-ff , ,T fi we'??f:'f"f7"f"' If Aff ly yg,42f,f0pj' EAZJQ' jf fi Aga? .glad -' 5':L':Q.!Zf"'f'f' 1 ,-,L I f.-f f,-.--- fjffw -1 j:2:e1:i-'if My "' '. frmfriv 2. ' fa. - J ff.-9-,45:g':fg-r-1, ' fl . 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