Vanderbilt University - Commodore Yearbook (Nashville, TN)
- Class of 1967
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In recent years, a number of students have come
to expect a yearbook to be more than the traditional
album filled with pictures which are meant to re-
flect all that happened during the previous year.
Few of them, however, share the same expecta-
tions. Some of them expect it to remind them-
to tell them-how they felt, what they thought
about everything that had occurred. Others expect
it to evaluate and assess the year in retrospect to
tell them what was really significant. Students also
have conflicting ideas about the way and to what
extent a yearbook should cover specific events.
Some believe that an annual should scrutinize
every minute detail under the harsh, unyielding
light of reality. Others believe that, while it should
reflect reality, it should emphasize the pleasant hap-
penings and minimize the unpleasant. A few feel
that it should present the entire year in an arti-
We did not set out to fulfill everyone's expecta-
tions, for we believe that such a task would prove
to be impossible to accomplish as well as absurd.
The 1967 COMMODORE represents, rather, our
conscientious efforts to produce what we hope is a
yearbook that satisfies most Vanderbilt students
and that captures, for its readers, the people, the
moods, the activities, the events that were, in es-
sence, Vanderbilt in 1966-1967. We have attempted
to compile a record that will endure the test of
time. For, many years from now we may be struck
by the realization that we can no longer recollect
all of those "unforgetable" college experiences we
had once believed could never fade. If students,
when they want to remember the years spent at
Vanderbilt, can refresh their memories by glancing
through the 1967 ,COMMODORE, it will have
achieved an important objective. '
We have not tried to recall every specific incident
of the year. Certain ones undoubtedly warrant
more comment than we care to make. We have
merely eluded to a few of them. Some will probably
be remembered whether we are reminded of them
or not, as for the others, if we do forget them, per-
haps Vanderbilt will be better remembered with-
So, here is your 1967 COMMODORE. If we have
managed to satisfy some of you, we will have suc-
ceeded in our efforts. To those of you who do not
like what we have produced, we offer our con-
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We have endeavored to include in these 452 pages some of
the people who have been omitted in the past. These are peo-
ple, whom we have come to associate with Vanderbilt, people,
like the Director of Alumni andthe Assistant Deans, whom we
have contacted in many of our daily activities.
We have attempted, also, to recognize those individuals who
have made contributions to Vanderbilt while we have been
here. Sometimes it has been merely to recognize the work of the
Deans of the seven, colleges, without whose efforts there could
be not University. In some cases, it has been to acknowledge.
the achievements of specific members of the faculty. It has
been, also, to recognize on behalf of the COMMODORE a few
otherwise forgotten seniors who have done what they could
to improve Vanderbilt during their four years.
Perhaps, there have been instances when not enough credit
has been givenito accomplishments, This year we have seen- the
revival of ,Sunday services' in Benton Chapel under the newly-
appointed University' Chaplain. There was also theievening
when an interested administration gathered on the Under-
wood stage to answer the questions of a concerned student
, One thing, however, appears to be rather- evident. During
the past four years, Vanderbilt has demonstrated a definite
tendency toward advancement. Our University has reevaluated
itself, liberalized its outlook, broadened its scope, improved its
facilities and its faculties, increased its size. In short, while we
have been here, Vanderbilt has outgrown the often awkward
adolescence of a sectional institution and has begun to show
the maturity of a university with a national stature. What has
been accomplished has taken the combined efforts of the entire
University-the trustees, the faculty, the administration, the
altunni, the students. The progress Vanderbilt has made thus
far is remarkable, we hope, it is only a beginning.
In appreciation forand in recognition of all that he has do-ne
to further the best interests of the Vanderbilt Community, we
dedicate the 1967 COMMODORE to . . .
Chancellor Heard has said: "Joining the university im-
poses an affirmative obligation to make the most of a fav-
ored chance." This obligation to take full advantage of the
opportunity to associate with an academic institution ap-
plies to each member of the university, whether he is an
administrator, a faculty member, or a student. No single
individual has done as much to fulfill this obligation as the
Chancellor has while he has been at Vanderbilt.
' Alexander Heard joined our University on February 1,
1963, when he assumed his duties as Vanderbilt's Chan-
cellor. Shortly after his arrival, the new Chancellor estab-
lished aself-study, the Planning Study of 1963 and 1964,
which was conducted by the faculty and staff, to evaluate
the entire University and to make recommendations for
each department and school. Many, of these recommenda-
tions have been implemented and others form the basis
for future plans. During the past four years, improvements
have been made in several of the schools and different de-
partments, the curriculum has been enriched in many
areas, faculty salaries have been increased, new programs
and areas of study have been established, including Van-
derbilt-in-Spain. A program of building and expansion has
been initiated and has been responsible for the construc-
tion of the Oliver C. Carmichael Towersand the Memorial
Gymnasium balconies. It includes plans for the completion
of the' H. Fort Flowers ,wing 'of the Uoint University Li-
braries, a Graduate .School of Business, the expansion of
the Medical. Center, the renovation of several older build-
ings, the' construction of the University Club and: several
other buildings. ' ' - 6
Not all of the development has been in academic areasg
Theiadministrative staffs have been improved and the
positions of Vice-Chancellor of Finance, Provost, and Dean
of the University for Institutional Relations have been
created. The position of University Chaplain was also cre-
ated and filled. The Madison Sarratt Student Center is
more nearly a reality now than it was four years ago.
While Chancellor Heard has been here, the administra-
tion has been open to the suggestions of the students.
He has Worked with them to strengthen student govern-
ment. Under his guidance, the University's policy on drink-
ing has been revised and the policy of visiting hours in
men's dormitories has been established. He has also ap-
pointed a special committee to study Vanderbilt's athletic
Largely as a result of the massive, Planning Study, in
June, 1966, the Ford Foundation announced a challenge
grant of S11 million, in'which Vanderbilt must raise four
dollars for each dollar given by the Foundation up to S11
million before June 30, 1970. The funds raised by this S55
million campaign will be used to finance many of the re-
maining projects suggested by the self-study. In explain-
ing the challenge Chancellor Heard said: "As the Univer-
sity approaches its second century of service to the region
and the nation, we must push higher the standards of ex-
cellence that have characterized its distinguished past.
Vanderbilt has been pointed to by educational leaders
across the nation as a university on the threshold of great
achievement. 'We must fulfill that promise."
Since his arrival, Chancellor Heard has constantly
worked to improve the entire University. He has given the
University four years of enlightened and dedicated ad-
ministration, guiding it to development and achievements.
On February 6, 1967, the Chancellor was presented an
honorary degree in University Administration by Frank
Allen Philpot, Hustler editor, on behalf of the entire stu-
dent body. Having completed four years as Vanderbilt's
chief executive officer, Chancellor Heard was awarded the
degree "for his work' in general university development
with related work in student relations."
Alexander Heard was graduated Phi Beta Kappa from
the University of North Carolina in 1938. He received his
M.A. in Political Science from Columbia in 1948 and his
Ph.D. from the same institution in- 1951. In 1965 he Was
awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree by Columbia.
He joined the faculty of the University of North Carolina
in 1950 and became Dean of its Graduate School in 1958.
He was tapped for membership in Omicron Delta Kappa
in May of 1967. '
When he came to Vanderbilt, 'Chancellor Heard already
if had. a deep commitment to freedom-both, personal and
academic. Heetold the,Class of 1967 as it entered Vander-
biltzi "A university is a place ofvfreedom, for only in an
atmosphere of freedom can the human mind grow and dis-
cipline itself, and learn the truth that sets men free .... "
This year the Chancellor reaffirmed the right of student
groups like IMPACT to invite controversial speakers to
campus so that interested students could have the oppor-
tunity to hear these. individuals express their conflicting
ideas in .an open forum.
During the past four years, we have learned many things
at Vanderbilt, particularly from the example and attitude
of our Chancellor. We will have learned a great deal even
if we have only leamed, as he wrote in the 1963 COMMO-
DORE: "Educated minds, Vanderbilt minds, never stop
asking why things are the way they are and how they can
be made better. A truly educated mind, and a true Van-
derbilt alumnus, will not compromise integrity, nor let
bias defeat fact, nor 'abandon the goal of justice and the
spirit of charity, nor knowingly choose the ugly over the
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New moods bring significant changes to Vandy's lethargic attitude
Each year several important programs and
events are arranged and carried out almost en-
tirely by Vanderbilt students. Happenings, like
Homecoming, Parents' Weekend, the Contact-
sponsored "Meeting of the University", the all-
campus weekend, and IMPACT, all serve to
emphasize, briefly, the dynamic tendencies
existing in the Vanderbilt Community, then,
the campus lapses back into its former condi-
In the past, these events were planned, or-
ganized, and implemented, by a small group of
involved, interested, and informed students, on
behalf of the entire student body. Each student
could benefit from these activities if he was in-
terested enough to attend or to participate in
This year has led many students to new ex-
periences, new developments, a new awareness
ofthe role of a university. The student body
reflected its changing moods by its actions.
The mood of concern was expressed to the
Administration at the "Meeting of the Uni-
versity." A questioning mood contributed to
the revisal of the University drinking policy
and to the establishment of menls parietal
hours. Concern, responsibility, and involvement
were essential features of growth and develop-
ment. The meaning of tolerance was a basis for
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own way of studying. Assignments, books,
papers, tests are common to all. Many isolate
themselves in the J UL, the Science Center, or
their own rooms. Some study to learng some
for gradesg some to socialize on study-breaks.
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more familiar as a few students burn the mid-
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The administration of an institution like Vander-
bilt is a large, complicated undertaking, but the
oilcicials of the University manage to rise to the
challenge. The change lines may be interminable
and the student center not yet a reality, but these
imperfections become secondary contrasted with
the movements in administrative channels this
year. The faculty became more involved with stu-
dent concerns, from women's dress to baseball fa-
cilities, while the Chancellor defended our right to
hear both sides of a controversy. Hopefully, we will
re-evaluate the University and will realize that
Vanderbilt is the unified efforts of administration,
faculty, and students.
as edited by Sherry Gauthier and Anne Ramsey.
"Minds educated in the fullest sense are essential
"The heart of the university, in fact, is the process of inquiring
into the unknown and re-examining the knownf'
"We consider the nation to be our campus and the world
to be our proper concern?
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O. C. Carmichael, Jr. presents Chancellor Heard with the architecfs drawing for Carmichael
Towers at the dormitorgfs dedication.
BOARD GF TRUST
Sarratt, O. C. Carmi-
chael, Jr., and Dean Sid-
ney Boatwell welcome a
member of the Board to
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First row: Cecil Sims, Robert S. Cheek, Mrs. Albert
Werthan, Harold S. Vanderbilt, Alexander Heard, Alec B.
Stevenson, Eldon Stevenson, Jr., James G. Stahlman, and
Frank Houston. Second row: Guilford Dudley, Jr., Ralph
Owen, Parkes Armistead, Milton R. Underwood, William
Waller, James A. Simpson, Dan May, David Kirkpatrick
Wilson, Robert L. Garner, Henry C. Alexander, and
HAROLD S. VANDERBILT
HENRY C. ALEXANDER .
ELDON B. STEVENSON, JR. . . .
ALEC B. STEVENSON ....
ALEXANDER HEARD ....
Andrew Benedict. Third row: John E. Sloan, Charles C.
Trabue, Jr., Reagor Motlow, William S. Vaughn, Dr.
Rudolph A. Light and Delbert Mann. Fourth row: Sartain
Lanier, Don K. Price, Jesse E. Wills, Dr. E. Hugh Luckey,
Winthrop Rockefeller, Vernon Sharp, William H. Vander-
bilt, Sam M. Fleming, William A. McDonnell and Madison
S. Wigginton. Mrs. Harold S. Vanderbilt in the background.
. . . . . . . .President
. . . .Vice-President
. . . .Vice-President
. . . . . . .Secretary
. . . .Chancellor
CHARLES MADISON SARRATT, D.C.L.
ROB ROY PURDY, Ph. D., LL.D.
WILLIAM W. FORCE, Ed. D. DON R. ELLIOTT, M.A.
Vice-Chancellor For Business Affairs Vice-Chancellor for Alumni and Development Affairs
SIDNEY F. BOUTWELL, M.A.T.
Dean of' Men
MARGARET L. CUNINGGIM, EDD.
Dean of Women
LEONARD B. BEACH, Ph.D., LL.D.
Dean of the University for Institu-
EMMETT B. FIELDS, Ph.D.
Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences
The University's goal has been described as the
effort to make "the educated man synonymous with
the effective man." In an eiTort to further this goal, the
College of Arts and Sciences seeks students with high
standards of scholarship and personal character and
serious educational aims. The College Works continu-
ously to expand the curriculum and to encourage stu-
dent initiative in academic and extra-curricular
Degrees in the College are conferred in twenty-four
fields, and course Work is offered in several others.
The popular Vanderbilt-in-Spain and Vanderbilt-in-
France programs provide opportunity for study and
travel in Europe for a semester.
The 1 is the student governing
the The purpose of the organiza-
whereby the members may
effectively in the programs of the
affect their intellectual, so-
and spiritual welfare." Food
areas is supplied by IMPACT, an
mred symposium which brings
campus for a Weekend to discuss
est. The Vanderbilt Forum also
brings guest speakers to campus throughout the year.
VUCEPT and Womenls Advisory Council members
serve as advisors in a program designed to acquaint
freshmen with college life at Vanderbilt. The Women's
Student Government Association, the Student Court,
and the Honor Council are other organizations which
are representative of the University's tradition of
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THE STUDENT CABINET. Bob Richardson, Jim yggapher, Earl Caudill, Phil Tidwell, Jerry Whig-
White, Randall Ganues, David Se-itz, treasurerg ham, Warren Barr, Gaye Brown, and Edward
Clyde Anglin, vice-presidentg Charles Hudson, Lopeman.
presidentg Joan Edwards, secretaryg John Fair-
JAMES SELLERS, Ph.D.
Dean of the School of Divinity
One of the three graduate professional schools of the
University, the School of Divinity, this year completes'
its ninety-first year of seeking to provide a thorough,
disciplined theological education. Organized originally
as the Biblical Department, it became a separate entity
in the general differentiation of schools that took place
in 1915. lt has been interdenominational since 1914.
The institution grants the B.D., S.T.M., M.A.
Ph.D. with work offered in the fields of Historyj
ligions, Theology, Biblical and Practical Studies'
the studies of most candidates are vocationally
one may pursue work wholly in the search for a
complete understanding of what the Christian
implies for existence today in the light of
and modern theology.
The past year has seen the completion of the
of the Divinity School with the Oberlin
School of Theology. Future plans include a
panded department of continuing education
expansion of the current recruiting area.
SCHOOL OF DIV INITY
G ROBERT S. Rows, D. Eng.
Dean of the School of Engineering
The increasing complexity of modern engineering
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The students in the school are governed by the
Student Council, The annual Engineering Open House
is one of the major events of the year.
THE STUDENT COUNCIL. First Row: Ray Bu- Wadle. Second Row: Ray Hunter, William Cor-
chanan, Robert Roddy, presidentg Ann Bowe, sec- bett, Joe Demick, Peter Martin, Ralph Freeman
retaryg Biff Johnson, vice-president: and Joe and Gerald Emison.
The School is the second largest division
with an enrollment of approxi-
students. Regular course Work is offered
while additional special programs are
Latin American Studies, Economic Devel-
Physics, Nuclear Science and En-
Slavic Language and Related Studies.
School of Business is now in the planning
has included graduate Work in its pro-
opening of the University in 1875, but
was a separate graduate school estab-
students iind that study on this level is
than that found at the under-
because work is limited in scope and
under the direct supervision of
T. Lagemann, Dean of the school, has
described the aims of Vanderbilt's graduate program
in this Way: 4'We seek to provide every student with a
thorough knowledge of a particular field and also- a
mastery of the methods of productive scholarship."
ROBERT T. LAGEMANN, D.Sc.
Dean of the Graduate School
The Vanderbilt School of Law has an enrollment of
approximately 380, a faculty of sixteen, with an addi-
tional seven lecturers who are prominent Nashville
lawyers. The building was constructed at a cost of one
and one half million dollars four years ago. The case
method of teaching is generally employed with em-
phasis on free discussion between
The first-year classes are
small and promote good student
All students belong to the Vanderbilt
which is affiliated with the American
sociation. of the American Bar Ass
The Moot Court program is an
school's curriculum. First-year
to it in the spring semester and
through the fall semester of the
dents from the second year group
before a distinguished court on Law
case. A team is selected by the
Vanderbilt in the National Moot
which the school has often won in
The school publishes two quarterlies,
Law Review and the Race Relations Law Reporter,
using selected members from both faculty and students
JOHN W. WADE, S.J.D.
Dean of the School of Law
SCHOOL OF LAW
RANDOLPH BATSON, M.D.
Dean of the School of Medicine
Since its reorganization in 1925, the Vanderbilt
Medical Center has served as a model for other medical
school-hospital teaching centers across the country. In
order to maintain modern facilities and keep
growing demands, the Medical Center has
much expansion and renovation. The
hospital has increased to 513 beds, with
The primary objectives of the
education, research, and patient
School's 271 full-time and 284
sicians have the long-range
undergraduate medical students,
graduate specialists. The multitude of
carried on by the faculty and
tribute significantly to the advance of
edge and serve as an important part
side support of over S5 million.
The School of Medicine itself has
vigorous program of development.
jects costing some 39.5 million have
recent years, and future plans call for
ment which will require the expenditures of over S25
million during the next few years.
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
SCHOOL OF NURSING
ALMA E. GAULT, Ph.B.
Dean of the School of Nursing
The School of Nursing seeks to combine a liberal arts
training in specific nursing subjects,
procedures of actual hospital care. The
,rn requires the Nursing student to take
me liberal arts courses which are taken
i Arts and Science, with the addition of
geared to Nursing. The sophomore year
'eal introduction to nursing, but still
:tives in liberal arts. The Nursing stu-
:h of her time working in the hospital
ealth programs during her junior and
arning to deal with the patients' per-
l as with their medical needs. The four-
designed to give the student a broad
theory, a knowledge of medical re-
ght into psychological, social, and cul-
'olved in a patient's behavior, and an
rch, possibly leading to post-graduate
'THE STUDENT COUNCIL. Seated: Barb Hay, Treas- Secretaryg Doreen James, Pat Kunze, and Carol Proc
urerg Barb Laws, Vice-Presidentg Lynn Gaarden, Pres- tor.
identg and Susie A. Farris. Standing: Sue McConnell,
WALTER GRAHAM, ,Ph.D.
LAMAR FIELD, Ph.D.
W. DENNIS THREADGILL, Ph.D.
H. LLOYD STOW, Ph.D.
WILLIAM H. ROWAN, Ph.D.
JOSEPH E. WRIGHT, M.A.
Drama and Speech
JAMES W. MCKIE, Ph.D.
Economics and Business Administration
RUSSELL A. FRASER, Ph.D.
FRED SCHUMANN, Ph.D,
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RAYMOND P. POGGENBURG, Ph.D.
F. HAMILTON HAZELHURST, Ph.D.
Fine Arts and Music
ROBERT B, CHANNELL, Ph.D.
Germanic and Slavic Languages
HERBERT WEAVER, Ph.D.
JOSEF RYSAN, Ph.D.
WILLARD B. JEWELL, Ph.D. E- BAYLISS SHANKS, Ph-D
OSCAR TOUSTER, Ph.D.
BRUCE M. BAYER, M.S.
SAMUEL E. STUMPE, Ph.D.
WILLIAM H. ROBERTS, Ph.D.
Spanish and Portuguese
ALEX N. DRAGNICH, Ph.D.
WENDELL G. HOLYJADAY, Ph.D.
DONALD L. THISTLETHWAITE, Ph.D
ERNEST O. CAMPBELL, Ph.D.
Sociology and Anthropology
K C POTTER II DONALD J NESMITH ROBIN F. FULLER
Assistant Dean of Men Assistant Dean of Men Assistant Dean of Men
Administrative staff secretaries include
Mrs. Bonnie Moody, secretary to the
Dean of Womeng Mrs. Charlotte Winford,
assistant to the Dean of Womeng and
Mrs. Judy Crawford, secretary to Dean
NeSmith in charge of student affairs.
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At its founding in 1879, the Vanderbilt Alumni Associa-
tion stated four purposes: to extend within the purview of
its mission the intellectual interests of alumni, students,
faculty, and other friends of Vanderbilt, to encourage
alumni, faculty, students, and other friends to maintain a
constructive relationship with the institution and a con-
tinuing concern for higher education, to serve as an agency
through which views of alumni and friends may be con-
veyed to the university, to foster a mature, informed sense
of responsible citizenship.
The Development Foundation, chartered in 1955, is
charged with three functions: to plan, co-ordinate, and
implement both immediate and long-range development of
the university's resources and fund-raising policy, to devise
the procedure and objectivesg to serve as a clearing-house
for university fund raising operations. The percentage of
alumni contributors is the highest giving percentage among
all private, coeducational universities, a fact which makes
alumni heads confident that the current S55 million cam-
paign will succeed. Alumni support on this scale is vital to
the current progress and to the future of Vanderbilt.
CHARLES W. GENY VERNON SHARP C. MADISON SARRATT DON R. ELLIOTT
President-Elect Chairman, Development Founda- Vice-Chancellor Emeritus and Vice-Chancellor of Alumni
tion Dean of Alumni and Development
Awarded to The Teacher Who Has Contributed the
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Awarded for Excellence in Classroom Teaching
Distinguished Professors Award
DAVID A. NUNNALLY
ampus life is a complex, multicolored
mosaic made up of fragmented impressions
which are vastly different for every member of
the university. If the following pages have cap-
tured some of the people, events, days, and
moods that gave your Vanderbilt its identity
this year, they will have fulfilled their intent.
If not, perhaps you'll discqver facets of the
Vanderbilt personality you missed. p
The campus did begin to take on a dynamic
personality this year, when everything from
registration to wornen's rules, to rush proce-
dures either changed or thought about chang-
ing. Even George proved mortal in the face of
the inevitable march of time!
The year brought to many theabrupt realiza-
tion that the University is inextricably tied to
the city and region in which we find ourselves.
Events on the apparently isolated "liberal"
campus can generate whirlpools of reaction
extending far beyond itself, we discovered.
The year also brought all the traditional
things that are part of Vandy life-the Satur-
day night parties, the picnics in Percy Warner,
the all-nighters, the 11:00 post office line, the
basketball games, the anxious days of finals, the
students honored for their four years of leader-
ship and service, Rand Terrace in the after-
noons, the processional at Graduation-these
together with everything else you saw and
heard and did are Vanderbilt in 1967.
as edited by Lorraine Tremblay and Richard Dieter
as edited by Janice Aitkenhead and Ann Ward.
Maybe '67 will be remembered as
THE YEAR VA DY WOKE P
The watchword was change-dorm policy, a new
football coach, new IFC rules, the New Left. Even The
Hustler changed. Scope was a part-it was a year that
went in quest of new money for Vandy-and got it. It
was also the year we learned that confrontation and
conflict are painfully necessary parts of life and some-
times aspects of a meaningful university experience.
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and more meetings marked the Week as
VUCEPT and WAC, administration and faculty
Ceven Dr. Marchantj worked feverishly at
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Cash calls big, big, deals-Charm Week and Harvest
Ball, combo parties, concerts, an occasional blue book
ALLQIETO THE ETEDFROT
Campus Government problems earth-shaking as
usual-should Vandy stay in the A.S.G.'? Altizer came
to tell us God was dead, and meningitis threatened
The fact that Vandy could no longer sit comfortably
on its haunches content that it was of high intellectual
caliber as a regional institution hit home long ago. But
it was just recently that evidence of serious academic
upgrading has become conspicuous. Granted there are
lots of growing pains.
Scholarship at Vanderbilt might mean to you an
absent-minded philosophy professor who rarely combs
his hair, and never changes his shirt or remembers
what he's said from one sentence to the next. Maybe
its the biology teacher whois a campus joke or the
budding young English prof who's very fastidious in
his pin-striped Gants and reps and very wet behind
the ears. Probably the bookstore won't have the book
you need 'til two months after itis been assigned, and
true-there's the chance of an ice cube in the hot place
of the library having the book or journal you need for
Despite the bumps, Vandy is slowly but surely gain-
ing a national reputation. Occasionally you might have
an art teacher you'd just as soon hear for two hours as
one. More professors are coming here with the inten-
tion of staying, considerable amounts of money are
being funneled into academic budgets, and department
heads are rooting out the dead wood that was once
abundant. Orals for Ph.D. candidates-are no longer the
tea and cookies affairs they often have been, and the
Vanderbilt Press is beginning to publish. For a change,
the administration is becoming fairly responsive to
student opinion. If this keeps up,
THE HARV RD OF THE 0UTH
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tation of its professorsg but now the profes- '
sors must make the reputation of the
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And then there was the freshman who wrote
David Wood she would not attend Vanderbilt he-
cause of its "trend toward immorality and loose ways
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During November, Harold Stirling
Vanderbilt gave eleven million dollars
and what seemed like a shot in the arm
to the entire campus. Vanderbilt Medi-
cal School responded with plans for a
S200 million center.
Student government finally got off its
broad backside and enlightened the ad-
ministration and campus about the
meaning of the word
By March, real live TVC's were able
to attend parties in the Towers and
even take a drink with the blessing of
all the proper authorities. There's a
long way to go, but Vandy just might
come of age . . . some day.
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Culture exists in the Nashville-Campus area
-you just have to dig real deep to find it.
There are scores of lectures and concerts on
campus, and some of them are Worthy of being
heard by more than the dutiful Ph.D. candi-
dates and faculty members of the departments
involved. Altizer, Potter Stewart, M. H.
Abrams, and Little Anthony were here. One of
the foremost literary scholars and poets of the
century is even teaching undergraduates.
But probably the purest spirit of culture at
Vanderbilt is distilled every Thursday after-
noon from four to five during
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"The expression of viewpoints by a group of students
Icloes not I adversely ajfect the ultimate image of a
university . . . silence on a campus in the face of impor-
tant issues does adversely affect the image of a univer-
IN TRIBUTE TO THE NASHVILLE
METROPOLITAN POLICE FOR THEIR
COOPERATION WITH THE VAN-
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Student government at Vanderbilt shook its
"patsy" image this year when Bob Watson and
his helpers stopped talking and started doing.
They proved that students on this campus can
influence faculty and administration to accept
and endorse their ideas-liberalized dorm po-
licy and the thoughtful courage shown during
IMPACT are cases in point. They deserve a pat
on the back.
The extent to which the student body
participated in student government and ac-
cepted responsibility for what was decided was
brought home when sleepy coeds and crarnrning
students were routed from the quad and the lib
during bomb scares. Possibly this was a year
SHOWED SOME BACKBONE
Achievement is defined as "something accom-
plished, especially by valor, boldness, or superior
ability." Attending Vanderbilt is, in itself, an at-
tempt at achievement, and Vanderbilt students
rank high in ability. Some of them meet with suc-
cessg others do not. Some are recognized for their
accomplishmentsg others are not. "Honors" repre-
sents the superlatives-the prettiest, the smartest,
the most active. Each of them has achieved some-
thing here and is better or worse for the experi-
ence. Vanderbilt has felt their impact and has
unquestionably gained something from all of them.
PHI BETA KAPPA
CLASS OF 1966
SUSAN ELAINE BROOKS
JAMES EARNEST GILLESPIE
JAY ALAN KATZ
JOSEPH RAY WOODS
CLASS OF 1967
UREY WOODSON ALEXANDER, JR.
ANNA KATHRYN BAKER
CATHERINE LAMB PROPST BLACK
ALBERT NEWTON BOTTORFF, JR.
BETTY JEAN CROSWELL
SUSAN EDITH CROWDUS
KAREN ELIZABETH CUMBIE
HERVEY LEIGH CUNNINGHAM
ROBERT CROSBY EAGER
GRADY MADISON GARRISON
MIRIAM AMANDA GRIFFIN
EUNICE SHEPARD HEWES
GEORGE BRIGGS HUG
EVELYN MARIE JOHNSON
THOMAS WOODROW JONES, JR.
RONALD FORREST KNOX, JR.
JAMES HENRY LANDON
ALAN STUART LEVITAN
ROBERT MAXWELL LUCAS, JR.
MARILYN MARGUERITE MINERS
CANTWELL FAULKNER MUCKENFUSS III
ADOLYN ACTON MYERS
MICHAEL MANNING LANE PEARSON
RICKIE SUE RHODARMER
JOHN LEE SMYRE
JAMES MORGAN SPROTT, JR.
KAREN ELIZABETH STANDEFER
DIANE KATHLEEN VAILLANCOURT
LOUISE MALLORY BLACK WARD
KENNETH RICHARD WASSON
CAROL LOUISE WILLIAMS
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i MARY DALE TRABUE
A DAVID HOWARD WARD
WILLIAM HOLLIS WHEELER
ROBERT T. LAGEMANN
An Honorary Srholastif' Fraternity for Liberal Arts Students
TAU BETA PI
RUSSELL H. JOHNSON, JR., Presxdent
ROBERT N. GAMBLE, Vice-Pres1dent
GODFREY A. LUE, Recordmg Secretary
CHARLES E. MOORE, Treasurer
RALPH N. BUSSARD, Correspondmg Secretary
ROBERT E. HEWGLEY, JR., Cataloger
DAVID M. BAYER
MELVIN L. BRAY
WILLIAM E. BUIST, III
WILTON W. BURNETT, JR.
RALPH N. BUSSARD
JAMES R. CHESHIRE
RONALD N. DUNCAN
JAMES R. FOSTER, JR.
ROBERT N. GAMBLE
JAMES M. HEISKELL
ROBERT E. HEWGLEY, JR.
WILLIE E. HODGES, JR.
STEPHEN E. JACOBSON
TOM P. JENNINGS
RUSSELL H. JOHNSON, JR
MICHAEL R. KANNE
EDWARD H. KLEINER
JOHN H. KOON
JAMES R. LAMPLEY
GODFREY A. LUE
BUFORD R. SMALONE, JR.
CHARLIE R. MARTIN
SAMUEL R. O,NEIL, JR.
JAMES R. ONSTOTT
DAVID B. PALMER
JERRY A. STEINBERG
RUDY J. WADLE, JR.
JERRY W. WELCH
LAWRENCE D. WHITE
A National Honorary F ratermty for Engmeers
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SIGMA THETA TAU SCI-IOLARS AND FELLOWS
A National Honorary Fraternity for Nurses CORNING GLASS WORKS FOUNDATION
STEPHEN M. BLOCK
LINDA SCHLESINGER MABRY, President MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIP
N. ANN WARBLOW, Vice-President LYN A. MYERS
DIANE L- WELCH, Secretary JUSTIN POTTER MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS
ELLEN DURHAM DAVIS, Treasurer THOMAS S. CLAIBORNE, JR.
ARLINE DUVALL, Advisor J. LUCIAN DAVIS
VIRGINIA GEORGE, Advisor JAMES M' SEED-I-T, JR.
ANN C- BALDWIN WOODROW WILSON NATIONAL
CHERYL CI-IILES FELLOWSHIP
ELLEN DURHAM DAVIS SUSAN E. CROvvDUs-Sociology
SUSAN ADDITON FARRIS ROBERT C. EAGER-Political Science
MARIANNE HARRELSON MCIVER ROBERT M. LUCAS-ChemiSt1-y
LINDA SCHLESINGER MABRY I JACK MCKAY-HiSt0ry
NANCY L- MERCER MICHAEL M. PEARSON-Russian
JOANNE L- QUALMANN KAYE A .PHILLIPS-Latin
SALLY L- SMITH DIANE K. VAILLANCOURT-
SUSAN L- UNDERWOOD Comparative Literature
HELEN VAI-IN DAVID A. WELDER-Economics
N. ANN WARBLOW I
PAT CREEKMORE WELBORN
DIANE L. WELCH
A Scholastic Honor Society for Freshman
CAROL J. POORE, President
CATHERINE LESTER, Vice-President
BARBARA J WILLIAMS, Secretary-Treasurer
INITIATED MARCH, 1967
BETSY D. BENNETT
TERESA S. BRATTON
MARY L. FITCH
JENNIFER B. GOTTFRIED
LUCINDA A. LYONS
PAMELA J. OWENS
CAROL J. POORE
MARY C. TAYLOR
JEAN L. WEGMAN
BARBARA J. WILLIAMS
INITIATED OCTOBER, 1966
KATHERINE J. GRIFFETH
MARY L. HESTER
BETTY L. MARTIN
JACKIE S. MASON
CAROL L. MILTON
PHI ETA SIGMA
A National Academic Honorary Fraternity for
RANDALL S. PREISSIG, President
JAMES B. NATION, Vice-President
CHARLES H. FOSTER, Secretary
JOHN C. MORLAND, Treasurer
ALEX N. BEAVERS, Historian
ALEX N. BEAVERS
JOHN F. BOSTON
H. DENNIS BREWINGTON
EDWARD N. BRIN
BRIAN K. BURKE
ROBERT S. DALTON
CHARLES H. FOSTER
STEVEN H. GIBSON
DANIEL B. GLISSON, JR.
ROBERT S. GREEN
EUGENE W. HARRELL
WILLIAM S. LACHICOTTE
JERRY M. LAMBERTH
THOMAS L. MCCURLEY
JOHN C. MORLAND
JACK E. MURRAH
ROBERT A. NAILLING
JAMES B. NATION
RANDALL S. PREISSIG
ROGER A. REED
SHAWN D. SAAVEDRA
MADISON H. SARRATT, JR.
DOUGLAS C. SMITH
THOMAS P. STARR
EDWARD A. SWABB
JAMES R. WRIGHT
SIDNEY F. BOUTWELL
DAVID A. NUNNALLY
An Honorary qoclety for Sophomore Women
E RUTH SAUNDERS, President
CLAIRE A LAUKHUF, Secretary
CHERYL MITCHELL, Treasurer
JUDY K. GOKEL
JUDY M. JOHNSON
CLAIRE A. LAUKHUF
JULIA L. MALONE
JACKIE S. MASON
CAROL L. MILTON
MELANIE J. MONK
J EANIE C. NELSON
KAREN L. RINARDO
E. RUTH SAUNDERS
SUZANNE W. SMITH
J UNITH C. SMITHERMAN
ELIZABETH A. URBAN
An Honorary Society for Junior Women
LEAH J. SNYDER, President
PATRICIA I. GRAVES, Vice-President
GLENN ELLEN HAYES, Secretary
DIANE L. CLARK, Treasurer
ADINAH L. BROWN
DIANE L. CLARK
BARBARA C. CROSBY
ROSALIND C. FRANK
RUTH HILL FULTON
PATRICIA I. GRAVES
MARTHA L. HAILEY
GLENN ELLEN HAYES
DOREEN C. JAMES
BETTY GRAY KEELING
CHARLOTTE A. MAYEIELD
LINDA G. PETTEY
SUSAN G. RILEY
LINDA R. RUSSELL
LEAH J. SNYDER
MARY DALE TRABUE
DIANN F. WHITE
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SCABBARD AND BLADE
An Honorary Military Society
HARRY Q. RADCLIFF, Captain
WILLIAM E. OAKLEY, First Lieutenant
TIMOTHY A. FRENCH, Second Lieutenant
JOSEPH E. PATRICK, JR., First Sergeant
UREY W. ALEXANDER
RICHARD L. ANDREWS
ROBERT L. BROWN
STEPHEN M. BEVIL
DARRELL W. CAMPBELL
WILLIAM W. CAWOOD, JR.
FRANK W. DAHLINGER
DANIEL L. DEVORE
TIMOTHY A. FRENCH
GARY R. GRABLE
J. ROBERT HAGAN
STEPHEN M. HALL
THOMAS R. JACKSON
HORACE E. JOHNS, JR.
GILBERT E. JOHNSTON, JR.
STUART C. JONES, JR.
ROBERT W. KERR
DONALD J. MACKAY
WILLIAM E. OAKLEY
JOSEPH E. PATRICK, JR.
HARRY Q. RADCLIFF
PAUL T. RUSSELL, JR.
A National Honorary Fraternity for Civil Engineers
JOHN H. KOON, President
WILTON BURNETT, Vice-President
TOM JENNINGS, Secretary
ROBERT GAMBLE, Treasurer
CHARLES BONNEY, Advisor
WILLIAM H. ROWAN, Advisor
CLASS OF 1967
GEORGE A. BURKE
WILTON W. BURNETT, JR.
RALPH A. FREEMAN
ROBERT N. GAMBLE, JR.
STEPHEN M. HALL
WILLIE E. HODGES, JR.
EDWARD H. HUTCHISON
TOM P. JENNINGS
A. S. JOHNSTON
JOHN H. KOON
JAMES R. LAMPLEY
MICHAEL W. MORRIS
LYNN D. OZIER
JO ANN SOMERS
CLASS OF 1968
JAMES H. BANKS
CARLTON CURRIE, JR.
GERALD A. EMISON
JACK R. HORNER
THOMAS G. MENDELL
ROBERT C. SMOLEN
ROBERT C. WATSON
ROBERT M. WHITE
WILLIAM C. WOOD
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TAU KAPPA ALPHA
An Honorary Fraternity for Debaters
PATRICIA M. EVANS
CHARLES C. IVIE
WALTER F. PRATT
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PHI SIGMA IOT A
An Honorary Fraternity for French Students
CAROL A. KIRK, President
ANNA BAKER, Vice-President
JOAN TRIPLETT, Recording Secretary
CARL R. PHILLIPS, Corresponding Secretary
CHERYL GOODMAN, Treasurer
CARL R. PHILLIPS, Advisor
ANNA K. BAKER
CHERYL E. GOODMAN
CAROL A. KIRK
SHARON E. LEWIS
ELLEN C. MYERS
KATHERINE T. RUSSELL
JOAN E. TIIIPLETT
DELTA PHI ALPHA
A National Honorary Fraternity for German
ALBERT N. BOTTORFF, President
NORBERT A. BUSCH, Advisor
C. MARK ADERMAN
JOHN BOEHM, JR.
JAMES F. CORRIGAN, III
HOI TAN DOAN
PAUL T. GREENE
J. DONALD KIRBY
JESSIE M. KLYCE
ANN L. MCCALLISTER
LARRY R. MCGHEE
MARIANNE H. MCIVER
PHYLLIS R. MILLER
FRED G. MOLSEN
ROBERT J . MOORE
HENRY M. SWATS
PATRICIA A. TAYLOR
DIANE K. VAILLANCOURT
GREGORY K. WHITE
ETA SIGMA PHI
An Honorary F raternlty or Greek and Latin Students
EVELYN M. JOHNSON, President
BARBARA TARASOEE, Vice-President
TOM W JONES Corresponding Secretary
DOTTIE SUE JONES, Recording Secretary
ALBERT N BOTTOREE, JR., Parliamentarian
ALBERT N. BOTTORFF, JR.
NORMAN A. CARL
CAROL B. EARP
DEBORAH L. HAGAMAN
ROBERT W. HASH
ALICE C. HOUSEAL
STANLEY A. IVERSON
EVELYN M. JOHNSON
DOTTIE SUE JONES
MARTHA ELLEN JONES
TOM W. JONES
NANCY K. LOVE
VICTORIA J. NULL
JOHN W. POPP, JR.
JAMES M. RAYBURN
RICKIE S. RHODARMER
JAMES E. SHELTON
MARY ANNE SMITH
GLENDA K. VAUGHAN
W. READ WILLIAMSON
M. JANE WYATT
W. CRAWFORD YOUNG
SIGMA DELTA PI
An Honorary Fraternity for S pamsh Students
BETTY JEAN CROSWELL Presldent
GENE S. FORREST, Vice Pres1dent
DIANE E. WILDER, Secretary Treasurer
NORWOOD H. ANDREWS Adv1sOr
GERALD E. WADE, Advlsor
GEORGE R. AYORA
DIANE L. BROCK
J UDITH A. CARMACK
BETTY JEAN CROSWELL
GENE S. FORREST
LETICIA M. HEGEWALD
LYN A. MYERS
BETTE J . TOMLINSON
DIANE E. WILDER
M. AMANDA GRIFFIN, President
SUSAN ADDITON FARRIS, Vice-President
KAREN E. STANDEFER, Secretary
EUNICE S. HEWES, Treasurer
MARY Ross TAYLOR
NANCY J. MANNING EUNICE S. HEWES CAROL L. QLERT DIANE L. WELCH
SUSAN ADDITON FARRIS RICKIE S. RHODARMER MARY LEE HUNTER KAREN E. STANDEFER
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MARSHALL F. MCCALLIE ROBERT C. EAGER
JAMES H. LANDON
ROBERT C. EAGER, President
J. LUCIAN DAVIS, Vice-President
MARSHALL F. MCCALLIE, Secretary
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A Natzomll Honor Fraternlty for Outstandlng Semor Men Yrfm 45 LJ
Honor organizations serve to recognize some individ-
ual students Whose records show unusually high
achievement in scholarship and campus activities, but
these groups are necessarily limited in membership.
Each year there are many students, particularly in the
graduating class, who have not been formally recog-
nized but who have made valuable contributions to
the university through their leadership and work in
every aspect of campus life. The Editorial Staff of the
1967 Commodore takes this opportunity to honor these
ROBERT H. DAVIS, JR.
SHERRY IRENE GAUTHIER
C. REILEY KIDD
EVELYN GRACE GREEN
MICHAEL R. KING
JAMES H. HENDERSON
ROGER W. MOISTER, JR
ANN CARTER PARRISH
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RICHARD L. PENNINGTON JANE RALSTON
BENNY B. WAGGONER III .
JOHN G. SLATER
LADY OE THE BRACELET
BACHELOR OF UGLIN ESS
MISS V ERBILT
DOREEN C. J AMES
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KING REX AND MISS CHARM
James F. Arthur III
Stephen M. Block
Joe W. Burkett
Ernest P. Clement, Jr.
J. Lucian Davis
Robert H. Davis, Jr.
Howard C. Derrick III
Robert C. Eager
Woods E. Eastland
Kenneth Wi Gibbs
Stephen M. Hall
Gilbert E. Johnston, Jr
C. Reiley Kidd
Edward H. Kleiner
James H. Landon
Thomas W. Lawrence,
Marshall F. McCallie
Roger W. Moister, Jr.
Frank H. Pinkerton
George E. Schultz, Jr.
Kirk N. Starr
Jerry A. Steinberg
George E. Twente, Jr.
Benny B. Waggener III
Robert C. Watson
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SECOND RUNNER UP
THIRD RUNNER UP
TAMARA K. Hlcxs, KA
SUZANNE C. MAHANY
SINA D. CRADDOCK
JOANNE C. FLEMING
NIQRY LOU HOLT
ELLEN R. GREEN
ANN CARTER PARRISH KA, DOREEN C. JAMES JUNIOR CLASS
CHARLOTTE' H. CALLIS ATSZ
SANDRA R. SHELTON PSK, JUDY K. GOKEL QIJKNII, MARY KAY
KING SOPHOMORE CLASS, JUDY A. CARMACK Afbfl, ANN
H. JOHNSON HKA
JANE RALSTON SENIOR CLASS, Lois E. Mc-
ANDREWS 1'-PB, SUZANNE W. SMITH HRT, ELIZABETH
B. CROOK AAA KAREN C. CHAMBERS FRESHMAN
DIANE G. GROSSMAN AEH, DEBORAH L. HAGAMAN KA, DIANNE
RAVITZ AOII, CAROL L. MILTON X9
BETTY GRAY KEELING NUCLIAN S,
PEGGY J. ZEEMAN ZBT, CAROL G.
MISS COMMODORE CONTEST
Seated: Suzanne Mahany, Debby Hagaman, Judy Carmack,
Gigi Grossman, Meridith Oates, Peggy Zeeman, Dianne
Ravitz, Betty Gray Keeling, Mary Kay King, Doreen
James. Standing: Ellen Green, Sandra Shelton, Janie Ral-
ston, Ann Carter Parrish, Judy Gokel, Kappy Kyle, Suzanne
Meredith Oates, a senior from Greensboro, North
Carolina, was selected Miss Commodore early in Dee
cember at the climax of a pageant even more success-
ful than those in previous years. Thirty girls, represent-
ing various campus groups participating in the week
of activities sponsored by the 1967 COMMODORE and
ably directed by Nancy Manning. The agenda included
television appearances, newspaper pictures, a dinner
given by the sponsors, and a dessert with the judges.
Miss Kay Thomas, William Akin, and George Kelley
served as judges for the event. Master of Ceremonies
Dave Overton, and entertainers Louis Brown and his
band and William McKeown and Mike Scardino added
to the pageant's festivity. At the height of the evenings
excitement, Margaret Strom, Miss Commodore 1966,
presented the crown and roses to her successor, as
runners-up Reneau Matthews, Lillias Dale and Tam
Hicks shared the spotlight.
Smith, Mary Lou Holt, Karen Chambers, Charlotte Callis,
Tam Hicks, Carol Milton, Lois McAndre'ws, Reneau Mat-
thews, Joanne Fleming, Carol Carter, Lillias Dale, Ann
Johnson. Not Pictured: Sina Craddock, Liz Crook.
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his year, Vanderbilt's athletics were
just about what many of us expected them to
be. Sports scarcely dillered from last year or
from recent years. There were, nonetheless, a
few surprising exceptions that brightened the
otherwise unimpressive, if not dismal, general
In the fall, we watched as the football season
progressed fromi optimistic beginning to dis-
heartened end. Even the bigger and much im-
proved Joint University Band failed to keep
our attention. But the fall was not completely
black. Out of the ruins of the football team
emerged two All-SEC stars: Chip Healy and
Scott Hall. And, for those who noticed, while
the football team continued to lose, the sparsely
followed soccer team was compiling a near per-
Winter came and brought basketball and a
surprising story of success. The excitement was
the same even though'Clyde Lee and others
had departed. Perry Wallace and the rest of the
freshman team even convinced the upperclass-
men that two games in one evening were better
than one--especially if they wanted to get a
seat. The varsity team won the games it was
expected to win and then won many others it
was supposed to lose. Out of it all came lots of
experience for next year, four All-SEC players,
and the SEC Sophomore of the Year.
The minor and spring sports were pretty
much the same as usual. Several of the varsity
teams acquired new coaches and freshmen were
permitted to play on a few of them. But, they
still were handicapped by the lack of the su-
perior talent that is necessary to produce win-
ning teams. On the whole, though, the minor
and spring sports had more people concerned
about them this year than they have had for a
number of years. The Chancellor appointed a
special committee to study Vanderbilt's athletic
program and the hope of better things to come
is with us once again. '
We are optimistic that the sports will be im-
proved. There will be a new coach, Bill Pace, to
guide the football squad and there is a new
athletic director, Jess Neely, who is deter-
mined to build up the quality of Vanderbilt's
athletics. With the students' support, we feel
certain that they both can and will succeed.
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Chicken wire and crepe paper, nostalgic alumni,
golden helmets and tarnished hopes, pomp and beauty,
and a night-full of fun . . . these phrases can describe
only one weekend at Vanderbilt . . . Homecoming 1966.
It all started early in the fall with ideas of float
themes, letters to parents and Sweethearts, and the
booking of the Brothers Four. Ideas gelled and took
concrete form, stark structures of wood and wire ap-
peared, and the inevitable spirit of Homecoming took
hold of the campus. Most books were ignored by
Wednesday and for the first time in six weeks, aca-
demics played a weak second to campuswide festivity.
When Friday night finally arrived, we were well en-
tertained by the Brothers Four, a modern folk group.
From the concert that night until dawn Saturday more
chicken wire was stuffed than turkeys on Thanksgiving.
The sun rose on twenty-three finished products which
were composites of many individual efforts.
That afternoon, between halves of the Vandy-Navy
game. the Homecoming festivities continued with the
announcement and presentation of the Homecoming
Queen, Susan Riley, and her court, Susan Butterfield,
Carol Carter, Lillias Dale, and Paula Miller.
During the first few minutes of her reign, the win-
ners of the float competition were announced. The con-
gratulations went to Beta Theta Pi, first, Phi Kappa Psi,
second, and Sigma Nu, third in the fraternity competi-
tion, while the honors went to Delta Delta Delta, first,
Alpha Omicron Pi, second, and Gamma Phi Beta, third
for the sororities.
With combos at every fraternity house on Saturday
night, and an invasion of teenie-boppers and Marines,
the student body rallied one last time in classic style.
Speedy Alka-Seltzer welcomed many back to reality
Second went to A011 for "We Aim to Maim the Middiesf'
"We've Got Navy's Goatv brought the Tri Delts first place
When the work was done, the Betas won.
EN placed third with "Tippecanoe Shakes Navy Blue."
KIJKNP torpedoed its way into second place.
Sportsmanship Rusty Cantwell
Wade-Looney John Bruno
First Team CUPIJ Chip Healy
Second Team CAPQ Scott Hall
Hustler Player of the Year Chip Healy
First Team Tom Hagan
Second Team Jerry Southwood
SEC Sophomore of the Year Torn Hagan
Honorable-Mention Tom Hagan
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HEAD COACH JACK GREEN
Football season once again began with a ray of hope.
In the opener against the Citadel, Coach Jack Green's
charges rolled to a 24-0 victory. Vandy had finally won
a game it was supposed to. Could this season be dif-
ferent from those gone by? The Commodores hit the
road to take on Georgia Tech and were completely
stunned by the Orange Bowl bound Yellow Jackets
42-0. Florida was next, led by Heisman Trophy winner
Steve Spurrierg Vandy put up a great struggle and
had several occasions to win before finally bowing 13-0.
And so the season went . . . loss after disheartening
loss, some were close, but most were clear-cut defeats.
The already apathetic student body became more apa-
thetic and perhaps a better description would be "tired
of losing." The fans were fed up with Coach Green's
"Representative Football." Vandy wants a winner and
the players want to be a winner and not a representa-
tive, Why play if you cannot expect to be able to win
anytime that you play? And so "Representative Foot-
ball" and Coach Jack Green went, and may we wish
them the best of luck.
But the season was not as drab as our 1-9 record
FIRST ROW: Jerry Prior, Cloyce Darnell, Gary Davis, Jim
Whiteside, Chuck Boyd, Dave Maddux, Jim Thomas, Jim
Sanders, John Bruno, Rusty Cantwell, Bob Goodridge, Dan
Lipperman, Trow Gillespie, Frank Curtin, Ray Duffy.
SECOND ROW: Lee Noel, Bob Kerr, Butch Brown, Steve
Co-Captains Dave Maddux, LB, and Jim Thomas, E
Bevil, Bernie Kemple, Steve Kiss, Don Booker, Mike
Greene, Tommy Davis, Marc Miller, John Shughart, Mar-
lin Keel, George Parker. THIRD ROW: DeWitt Thompson,
John Gamble, Dave Semlow, Roger May, Tim Theis, Bob
Pegg, Russell Rice, Chuck Ousley, Dan Cundiff, Rickie
might indicate. There wereseveral bright spots, the
brilliant performance of sophomore Chip Healy
brought him the distinction of All-SEC first team. He
was the first Commodore since 1959 to accomplish this
feat. Another performer, Scott Hall, a junior guard,
was also honored with second team All-SEC. This
shows that Vandy has the talent if it is used right. It is
our belief that Coach Pace and his staff will do just that.
Finally, and we believe it is the brightest cloud to
come out of our dark season, the Vanderbilt Board of
Trust decided to do- something about the Football pro-
gram. They began by hiring Jess Neely, former Van-
derbilt player who had just retired from Rice Univer-
sity, as Athletic Director. Also, they hired Bill Pace as
head coachg he came from Arkansas where he had
been head offensive coach. This in itself was stimulat-
ing to VU supporters since the Razorbacks seldom lost
while Pace served in this capacity. Besides, Coach Pace
is regarded as one of the top head coaching prospects
in the country. He is a very personable and hard work-
ing individual, and he has assembled a fine staff to
All in all Vanderbilt Football has an optimistic out-
look under the tutoring of Coach Pace and Athletic
Director Jess Neely. A full freshman team has been
recruited for next season which has many outstanding
players. Vanderbilt and all alumni would like to quote
Edgar Allen Poe, regarding VU Football of the dismal
past: "Quote the Raven never more."
Kaelin, Kelly Meyer, Wiley Maiden, Sid Ransom, Mike DeVane, Steve Shields, George Harvey, Dave Hedreen
Dawson, Scott Hall, John Hammersmith, Steve Skupas. Jack Calhoun, Mike Giltner, Dick Stender, Pete Boney
FOURTH ROW: Chip Healy, Steve Ernst, Bill Long, Char- Bob Yeiser, Terry Thomas, Steve Bigelow, Bib Ivey.
lie Orth, Don North, Fred Klaass, Tom Williams, John
Chip Healy, LLB
Scott Hall, RLB
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"You cfm do ip", Healy looks on in dispair
Dog-pile results: Citadel stopped cold by V.U.
September 17, 1966
Gary Davis makes one of Vandy's three
touchdowns against Citadel.
Chip Healy and drumsticlc.
Steve Bevil leaps over the Citadel defense for a gain
Evil and ballhrepluched out of the air.
September 24, 1966
Charlie Orth tries out a new ballet step. Steve Spurrier gets racked by Monster Man.
VANDERBILT-FLORIDA VANDERBILT-V. P. I.
October 1, 1966 October 15, 1966
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While Steve Kiss blocks, Jim Whiteside practices self
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Roger May -5- Steve Slcupas : TOUCHDOWN. Vanderbilt one of
three teams to score on Tide.
October 22, 1966
October 29, 1966
Charlie Orth takes a Greenie down.
Hammersmith clears a path for North.
Fred Klaus boots Vaucly into lead as John Bruno blocks and
Bob Kerr holds.
November 5, 1966
Bob Pegg takes down the Navy.
Don North or the Statue of Liberty?
Chuck Boyd, about to be torpeoloed by the Navy fleet.
November 12, 1966
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VAN DERBILT-OLE MISS
November 19, 1966
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Mike Giltner, Scott Hall, and Trow Gillespie
ta A X 1 t pounce on a Rebel.
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November 26, 1966
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THE 1966 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM. First Row
fLeft to rightj: John Ingram, Dave Strong, Christy Hauck,
Winston Evans, Lynn Greeley, Charles Field, Pat Toomay,
Ronnie Campbell, John Lyon, Mal Wall, Neil Smith.
Second Row: Wilford Fuqua, Assistant Coach, Jim Brophy,
Bob Bosserman, Greg Ray, John Valput, Jack Jakobik,
Noel Stahl, Curt Chestley, Roddy Eggen, Bob Wright,
Jim Combs, Jerry Chapman, Dave Malone, Assistant
Coach. Third Row: Chester Caddas, Assistant Coach,
Tom Van Dorne, Steve Coleman, Bob Woods, Dan Krik-
stone, Bill McDonald, Al Monaco, Glen Petrina, Tom
Wutchina, Charles Springfield, Bill Ferguson, Don Riley,
1966 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL
The 1966 edition of the Commodore yearlings pro-
vided a great deal of hope for the future of Vander-
bilt football. The youngsters played a fine Tennessee
team to a 6-14 decision and had their chance to win
and then came back to the young Rebels of Mississippi
all they wanted in a 6-13 loss. The Baby Commodores,
with Dave Strong passing to Curt Chesley and John
Valput, Jack Jakobik and Jim Brophy handling the
running chores, showed a lot of offensive punch in
all four of their outings. Strong threw for five scores
Oct. 8 CA Vanderbilt Louisville
Oct. 22 CH Vanderbilt Tennessee
Oct. 29 QA Vanderbilt Kentucky
Nov. 6 CHD Vanderbilt Ole Miss
against Louisville in the only win of the season and
looked good in all four games. The Commodores gave
up the ball ten times against the Kentucky freshmen,
but still managed over three hundred yards in total
offense. While the offense gets the headlines, there
were several defensive players who will be heard from
in the future. Mike Patterson, a linebacker, Bill Mc-
Donald, a middle guard, Neil Smith, a monster man
and John Burns at safety will be important cogs in
the Commodore varsity for the next three seasons.
Bob Asher, at offensive tackle, is ready to step up
and play in the SEC. The young Cominodores showed
more team speed and quickness than the past teams
have shown and under the able leadership of Coach
Don Riley more than held their own against some of
the top freshman outfits in the conference. The Baby
Commodores played some fine football along the way
and proved that they are ready to become the stepping
stones of a brighter Vanderbilt football path.
Head Freshman Coach. Fourth Row: Jack Gilden, Bert John Valput sgrams for extra yardage
Piatt, Greg White, Bob Gorman, Dan Mulvena, Bob
Asher, Larry Eldracher, John Burns, John Elkington,
Mike Patterson, David West.
against Ole Mzss.
Yon win some . . .
Spearheaded by the activity of Bob Davis, Mr.
Commodore, the Vanderbilt cheerleaders rose to
new heights with the HBlade" and other new cheers
and gymnastic stunts. They traveled with both the
football and basketball teams whenever possible
and caused a huge uproar even when they were
about the only fans present. Although seemingly
unpopular with UT fans and sportswriters Cbut
isn't everyone'?j, the cheerleaders led the Vandy
crowds to an all-time high in school spirit.
Especially effective was the enthusiasm of Mr.
Commodore, whose rather hoarse but always
spirited voice could be heard even in the most dis-
mal moments-and, there were dismal moments.
For instance, there was the night that Bob's room-
mate was tricked into giving away the Commo-
dore,s uniform, leaving him suitless but neverthe-
less present and as fired-up as ever.
The cheerleaders, this year, Kas pictured in the
top pyramid to the leftj: Coddy Coddington, Tom
Moore, David Vaughn, and Mike Moore, forming
the base, Tam Hicks, Doreen James, and Susan
Riley, forming the second layerg and, Ann Lewis
and Judy Van Hemert, forming the top.
A successful experiment in the form of a base-
ball pep rally was held this spring and will serve,
perhaps, to add emphasis to Vanderbilt's spring
sports. Next year's cheering squad has already be-
gun planning for bigger and better "Blades"
Yon lose some . . .
and some just plain get 'rained out!
The moment weive been waiting for, the kickoff.
BOB DAVIS MR. COMMODORE
He was a true and loyal friend to those who
knew him best and his presence will indeed
be missed Tennessee s walklng horse will never
know greater peace than the relief that George
1S no longer there to n1p violently at its heels
the cheerleaders won t quite know what to
do with themselves now that they dont have
to spend hours searching the Sigma Chi house
for George before games And will the athletic
teams crumble without the comforting sight of
his proud nose set at just the proper angle to
let you know that he was too registered with
the American Kennel Club and if you valued
your little hands youd best keep them off
our boys? A noble spirit human set down
in canine body has fled and yet somehow
it will always be there growling at you on
Rand Terrance, submitting to a few perfunc
tory pats, and then trotting off to only George
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a girl at that, she's all rightf' That adorable, blue-and-gray-eyed
sweetheart of a puppy plopped herself down in the middle of
Vandy's campus and took right over! We doubted, and mum-
bled behind closed doors, thinking that no one could fill
Georgels pawprints . . . ever. But after a few moments of ter-
ror at Homecoming, Samantha was well on her way to show-
ing any TVC who ever walked just what it means to be a real
K'Sam," as she is affectionately known to her Sigma Chi
trainers, has become the new mascot for Vandy,s athletic
teams in a manner all her own. Her triumph is complete and
her popularity is unquestioned, so once again Tennesseeys walk-
ing horse had best beware.
76 Western Kentucky 70
89 SMU 76
101 Southwestern Louisiana 68
88 Wake Forest 82
89 Duke 97
98 Portland 63
100 LaSalle 95
77 i"Florida 69
116 Northwestern 92
51 ikAuburn 64
84 i'Alabama 8193
91 SKentucky 39755
65 '6Tennessee 59
78 iilVlississippi 7044?
71 iliAuburn 55
79 i'iMississippi State 64
79 ikLSU 77
75 i'iFlorida 83
51 iiGeorgia 41954
72 iiMississippi 67
53 :liTennessee 70
117 5Alabama 80
71 XGeorgia 61
71 i:lVIississippi State 74
110 :iKentucky 94
75 :ELSU 66
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THE EFFORT OF GREATNESS-A SURPRISE START TO A SURPRISE SEASON
Vanderbilt's basketball season can truly be read as
a fairy tale. The squad, which lost its two big guns
from the preceding season, was considered too small
and inexperienced for Southeastern Conference title
contention. The factor no one counted on was the tre-
mendous desire that became their trademark. The Com-
modores, with great determination, turned a predicted
13-12 record into 21-5 and in so doing, narrowly
missed capturing the SEC title. Even in losing the
title, the team gained the admiration of every fol-
lower, no matter how old or how young. The 1966-67
Commodore squad was one of the greatest and cer-
Kneeling: Bob Warren, Bob Bundy, Ron Knox, Kenny
Standing: Coach Roy Skinner,
Gibbs, Gene Lockyear.
Kenny Campbell, Dave Boswell, Tom Hagen, By Wyen-
andt, Jerry Southwood.
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tainly most exciting teams in Vanderbiltfs history.
The season started off with an upset victory over na-
tionally ranked Western Kentucky 76-70, followed by
successive victories over SMU, Southwest Louisiana,
and Wake Forest. Duke handed Vandy the first loss
of the season, but the spunky Commodores rebounded
by defeating Portland and LaSalle for their third suc-
cessive Vanderbilt Invitational Tournament title. The
SEC race opened against Florida, a pre-season favorite,
with VU pulling off another surprise, 77-69. North-
western was the next victim, but in returning to con-
ference competition, the Commodores were defeated by
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"Coach of the Yearn Roy Skinner, and defeated Ala-
bama, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Auburn, Mis-
sissippi State, and LSU, still tied with UT for the
SEC lead. Florida proved to be too tall, however, and
Vandy succumbed: then the Volunteers fell victim to
the Ole Miss Rebels. WVith eight games left, the con-
ference championship had yet to be determined.
Two weeks later, with victories over Georgia and
Ole Miss behind them, the Commodores traveled to
Knoxville to face Ray Mears' understudies in probably
the biggest SEC contest of the year. Tennessee won
TRAINERS AND EQUIPMENT MANAGERS. Rich-
ard Worden, Joe Worden, Bill Kelley, Joe Trigona,
COACH SKINNER calm but not so calm,
An almost orthodox layup by the Hardinhopper.
that encounter, but several conference games stood
between UT and the SEC title. Vandy's loss to the
Vols dampened the enthusiasm of some faint-hearted
fans, however, it failed to destroy the hopes and spirit
of many supporters. Never content to be the loser, Roy
Skinner and his boys ran up a 117-80 score at Ala-
bama's expense. Only Mississippi State spoiled Vandy's
All in all, Vanderbilt's 1966-67 basketball team had
a very good year. It was a year of excitement and sur-
prises: a year filled with successes-achievements and
glories from start to finish, a year not without some de-
feats-disappointments and frustrations. It was a year
when a 'gbuildingw team was a top contender in the
race for the Southeastern Conference title-a race
which lasted until the last shot in UT's triple overtime
Win at Starkville. If there were times when individuals
were the stars, there were many more when the play-
ers functioned, played, acted like a single, cohesive
unit-an outstanding basketball team.
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I t's mine-damn it!
Who put helium in the basketball?
Bo on way to a new record.
Bo has the ball and the record-wow! 42 points!
Alabama falls victim.
Pow-wow is heap
This Siamese-twin ball has gotta cease, Bob.
Yes, ifs a basketball.
Hagan onthe ball
"Take the ball, but please get the hell off my toe."
Gymnast Warren requires help, loses points on hanclstand.
UT's patented fast break
Gibbs drives for basket against Auburn.
SMU down and Out' A tremendous effort and a nostalgic
first meeting victory over Mears' Mo-
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CAPTAIN JERRY SOUTHWOOD, All-SEC Second Team: drafted
by Dallas of the American Basketball Association.
While the Vanderbilt Basketball team was having a
very successful season as a team, the individual players
were equally successful in winning personal honors.
Four Commodores were designated for the All-SEC
teams this season: Tom Hagan made the first team:
Jerry Southwood, Bob Warren, and Bo Wyenandt made
the second team. Tom Hagan was also named the SEC
Sophomore of the Year. At the end of the season,
Southwood and Kenny Gibbs were drafted by the new
American Basketball Association.
Six of the ten players on the squad averaged in
double figures: Hagan, Southwood, , Gibbs, Warren,
Wyenandt, and Kenny Campbell. Warren was the lead-
ing rebounder. The team shot an amazing 50.4 percent,
one of the highest shooting percentages in the nation.
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the Year: All-American Honorable-Mention.
Next season looks equally bright. Returning letter-
men will include Hagan, Warren, Wyenandt, Campbell,
and Gene Lockyear, who was outstanding on relief all
year. There will be four players not returning: South-
wood, Gibbs, Ron Knox, and Dave Boswell. The re-
turning players will be backed up by the B-team mem-
bers and the freshmen, led by Perry Wallace.
Rounding out the squad were Rob Boden, Jack
Featheringill, and Mark Brumbaugh. No doubt we will
hear more from these young men who brought fresh-
man basketball an unprecedented following at Van-
KENNY GIBBS, drafted by Louisville of the
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BOB WARREN, All-SEC Second Team.
Bo WYENANDT, All-SEC Second Team.
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Perry Wallace, Art Welhoelter, Godfrey Dillard, Alex Beavers, Dan Due,
Pat Tommay. Not Pictured: Steve King, Rob Boden, Jack Featheringill,
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Perry Wallace leads the Frosh to their first victory.
The 1966-67 season brought the Vanderbilt student
body the three-hour basketball night instead of the
previously more popular hour-and-a-half night. The
student section was usually already filled by halftime
of the first game. What brought on this new-found zeal
that caused many to leave their books or bull sessions
early and mass to Memorial Gymnasium?
Under the guidance of Homer Garr, who also en-
joyed his freshman year here, and ever-popular Bob
"Snake" Grace, the freshmen posted a mediocre rec-
ord, but if, as Coach Garr professes, the freshman year
is used to develop players for varsity competition, we
must regard this season as a success. The team was
paced by exciting Perry Wallace, who averaged 17
points and 20 rebounds per game. Perry brought the
fans to their feet time after time with his dazzling
play featuring his personalized 'Kdunk shot." Also aver-
aging 17 points per game was Art Welhoelter from
Webster Groves, Missouri. Giving the frosh a Mo-town
flavor was guard Godfrey Dillard who held a 13.5 point
average. His running-mate, Dan Due from Indiana,
was a sharp outside shot who averaged 12 points per
Others seeing much action throughout the season
were Alex Beavers, Steve King, and Pat Toomay, a
scholarship footballer who injured his knee after eight
The Vanderbilt swimming team found the year to
be one of transition. In his first year at Vanderbilt,
Coach John Smith, a former All-American from the
University of Michigan, brought a new pattern of lead-
ership to the swimmers. Aided by Assistant Coach
Carl Butler and Diving Coach Laird Daubenspeck,
Smith emphasized individual performance and im-
Seniors Drew Litzenberger, breaststroker, and Tom
Jones, diver, served as the team co-captains. Mac Mil-
ler worked as team manager. Handicapped by the lack
of athletic grants-in-aid, the tankmen posted a 0-9 rec-
ord. The season did have its bright spots, however.
Several team records were broken and marked im-
provement showed in their times.
Vandy's swimmers got off to a slow start losing the
first two home meets to Tulane, 57-40, and Florida,
defending SEC champions. Traveling to Sewanee, the
Commodores were handed a 56-41 defeat in spite of
four first place spots in the meet. Against the University
of Louisville, the score was 53-49, with the medley
relay of Bob Goodwin, Drew Litzenberger, Erik Duerr,
and Charles Dale setting the pace with an opening first
place. Other first places for the Commodores were
posted by Duerr, Goodwin, and Litzenberger.
Bill Themann and Erik Duerr were Vandy's only
first place winners when the mermen met Eastern
Kentucky for a 77-24 score. The next day, however, the
Commodores bounded back in Lexington with Ken-
tucky topping the swimmers only 58-36. Vanderbilt fell
victim next to Georgia Tech by a score of 57-43. How-
ever, Bill Themann set a new varsity record to the
1000 yard freestyle and Bob Goodwin set a new in-
dividual medley record. Others taking first places for
the Commodores were Tom Jones and Duerr and the
relays swum by Goodwin, Litzenberger, Duerr, Souby,
Dale and Bill Snow. Vandy fell before Georgia 65-34,
then in the final dual meet of the season, the Vander-
bilt swimmers lost to Alabama by a score of 55-44. Van-
derbilt completed the season with a fifth place in the
SEC Swimming and Diving Championships in Lexing-
The freshman team suffered the same handicaps as
the varsity and also had a losing season. Freestylers
were Jeff Marquis, Bob Bashinski, Charlie Post and
Larry Sims. Ron Young swam the backstroke While
White and Chae Laird held down the breaststroke.
Shawn Saavedra and Don Putnam were the freshman
divers, and Charlie Tucker handled the butterfly. The
freshmen also finished fifth in the SEC ratings.
Vcmdy's relay team goes into action.
"But why can't I be in the Aquatic Club show?
VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM. First Row: Assistant Coach
Carl Butler, Head Coach John Smith, Bill Themann,
Charles Dale, Alan Edmonds, Drew Litzenberger, Co-
Captaing Manager Mac Miller. Second Row: Diving Coach
Laird Daubenspeck, John Grant, Bob Goodwin, Bill Snow,
Erik Duerr, Tom Jones, Co-Captain.
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One last push for the finish. Jones fiies through the air with the greatest of ease.
Last one in is a rotten egg!
"Aw, Coach, 'it's too cold in there!"
FRESHMAN SWIMMING TEAM. Charlie Tucker,
Charlie Post, Shawn Saavedra, Bob Bashinski, Ron
Young, Don Putnam.
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An improved Vanderbilt baseball team is hopeful of
bettering last season's 3-17 mark. A tightened defense,
more pitching depth, and more scoring punch will help
the team progress toward its goal.
Shortstop Joe Benedict heads the infield with his
fielding and batting. At third is Marlin Veel, one of
the best defensive thirdbasemen in the Southeastern
Conference. Second base is guarded by high-scoring
Paul Schmidt. Rounding out the infield are firstbase-
men Jim Armistead and Sam O'Neal.
In the outfield are George Leonard, Jim Guisti, and
Jim Harris. George is a strong hitter and fielder, while
Guisti, a two-letter man, is the best defensive outfielder.
Jim Harris, last year's leading hitter is providing his
usual power for the team.
Behind the plate is Bill Young, a fine receiver with
a strong arm. The pitching staff is composed of Ron
Knox, Tandy Easely, Paul Wells, Jim Wilkes, Larry
Bunoschu, and George Harvey. Coach Archie has high
expectations for his squad both this year and in the
future. Interest in Vandy baseball has been revived,
and a new field is expected to replace the present one.
The record to date is 3-10.
Front Row: Jim Armistead, Tandy Easley, Paul Wells,
Marlin Keel, Coach George Archie, Bill Young, Jim Wilkes.
Second Row: Joe Benedict, Jim Giusti, Ben Kibler, Paul
Schmidt, Jim Harris, Larry Bunoschu. Third Row: George
Harvey, Ron Pettus, George Leonard, Bob Moore, Mike
Carson, Don Wolfson, Ron Knox. Not Pictured: Jim Foster.
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Auburvfs base runner dashes for third.
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1 Tennessee 6
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3 Auburn 5
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6 Kentucky 4
1 Georgia 10
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Mike Carson coaches the base runner.
Vcmoly run scored by Armistead.
Jim Armistead flashes base power.
O'Neal is all set.
Jim Harris takes a Tip.
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The soccer season brought several pleasant surprises
to the team and its followers this year. Because this was
only the second year the club has had uniforms and
University-sponsored road trips, the record was ex-
pected to be comparable to last year's 3-4-3. One major
problem was the lack of a full-time coach. The players
returned to school last fall to find that the graduate
student who had been hired to coach them had decided
to study elsewhere. Tom Meriwether served as player-
coach until Oktay Varlier, a Turkish graduate student
in Economics, agreed to coach the team. With all but
one of last year's players returning and a strong fresh-
man turnout, the club garnered a near-perfect record,
marred only by a loss to Morehead State College in
The club defeated St. Bernards College, Alabama 3-2
in the season opener and went on to top Morehead in
Nashville, also by a 3-2 score. A rematch with St.
Bernards resulted in another Commodore Win, this
time with a 4-2 margin. UT also joined the roster of the
defeated when the Vanderbilt team scored a 4-1 vic-
tory over them. A magnificent showing by sophomore
goalie Bob Bramblett helped the club post their fifth
win over Emory by a score of 5-1, followed by a 4-1 win
over the Sewanee representatives. The Nashville Inter-
nationals were the next victims of the four-two-four
attack instituted by Coach Varlier and led by Sandy
Evarts and Tom Meriwether. The only loss of the
season occured at the hands of Morehead State on a
snow-covered field in 20 degree weather. The final
game of the year was a decisive victory over Sewanee,
the first they had suffered on their home field.
Forwards Ernie Perez, lVlarshall McCallie, Leigh
Kammerer, and Merlin Kilbury scored a total of 30
goals for the season, while goalies Bob Bramblett and
Walter Tyree and defensemen Sperry Nelson, Byron
Charles, Jack tBrooklynJ Carter, Newt Williams, and
Mike Beckner held the opposition to only 13 goals. The
British playing experience of George Brooksbank of
London proved invaluable to the team. With most of
the club returning next year, the 1967-68 season record
is expected to match this year's outstanding finish.
Coach Oktay Varlier intently watches the action.
First Row: Leigh Kammerer, Ernie Perez, Tom Meri- Tom Sanders, George Brooksbank, Bill Gresham, Byron
wether, Bob Bramlette, Walter Tyree, Tom Ryan, Bruce Charles, Mike Beckner. Not Pictured: Sperry Nelson, Mer-
Bowman. Second Row: Coach Oktay Varlier, Stuart lin Kilbury, Sandy Evarts, Newt Williams, Larry Viers.
Barnes, Tom Claiborne, Brooklyn Carter, Steve Canfield,
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The golf team, coached by Bob Renaud, the pro at
the Hillwood Country Club, underwent a rebuilding
year. The team's co-captains were Johnny Johnson
and Sim Davis. Freshman Rob Boden and Junior Bar-
ham Ray alternated in the top two spots throughout
most of the season. They were supported by John
Nickey, Jim Morgan, and Ralph Griffin who are all
promising sophomore golfers.
It is hoped that with the aid of future scholarships
the golf team will continue to improve and will fur-
ther strengthen the overall spring sports program at
Jim Morgan, John Nickey, Rob Boden, Ralph Griffin, Coach
Bob Renaud, Hillwood Country Club prog Johnny Johnson,
Co-Captain: Barham Ray, Sim Davis, Co-Captain.
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Captain Sim Davis pilot Vanderbilfs golf team.
Rob Bodin is also a steady putter.
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A chip shot 'rolls toward, the cup. A long iron is needed to reach the green.
Sim Davis blasts out of a sfmdtrap
Johnny Johnson drives to open a match.
Perfect wood by Ray.
Kneeling: Tom Stevens, Paul Hemphill, Dick Gilbert, Chip
Covington, Tom Herman, Tom Sheron, Gary Peterman, Jim
Heiskell, Steve Haviland. Standing: John Wallis, Bill Dixon,
The Commodore thin clads, under Herc Alley in his
20th year at the helm of the Vanderbilt track program,
had one of its best indoors seasons in recent years point-
ing toward an improved spring.
Led by Lucian Davis, the top sprinter on the squad,
the Commodore runners were thin, but competitive in
most events. However, the field events were the strong
points in each of the seven dual meets.
Gene Lockyear, who holds the school record in the
shot put, teamed with Bill Caldwell in the shot and
discus, while Ron Fawcette led in the javelin and
Scott Kirkpatrick specialized in the broad and triple
This year, for the first time, freshmen were eligible
for varsity competition and Coach Alley took advan-
tage of the opportunity, giving youngsters experience
and being rewarded with some fine performances, par-
ticularly from Chip Covington, Rusty Trenary, Paul
Hemphill, Dick Gilbert, and Steve Haviland. The efforts
of the freshmen helped the squad thus making the fu-
ture look somewhat brighter.
The varsity schedule included home meets against
Southwestern, Georgia Tech, Tennessee Tech, Memphis
State, and Middle Tennessee. The Commodores
traveled to Sewanee and Athens, Georgia, for road
meets and to Knoxville for the annual running of the
Southeastern Conference championships.
Lucian Davis, Steve Williamson, Bo Edwards, Mike Foran,
Scott Kirkpatrick, Bill Caldwell, Bill Oldham, Coach Herc
Georgia Tech running second to the Commodores.
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Some people get hung up on this sort of thing.
"Quick-herefs her phone numberfi'
"Out of my way-the new Playboy just came out
Eph Walker, Greer Cummings, Kenny Campbell, Drake
Boutwell, Randy Baker, Rusty Garth, Bill Reed, and Coach
1 Kalamazoo 8
0 Indiana 9
8 Birmingham Southern 1
4 Oglethorpe 5
5 Emory 4
0 Georgia 9
0 Georgia Tech 9
9 St. Bernard 0
3 Alabama 6
Under the direction of a new coach, Jack Vredevelt,
the tennis team made considerable progress this year.
After half the matches had been played, the team had
already equalled last season's victory total. This year
for the first time, freshmen were eligible to participate
in the varsity spring sports, because of a new SEC
ruling. The team had two freshmen, Greer Cummings
and Eph Walker, playing positions number one and
number five, respectively. The other four positions
were held by members of last year's team: Captain
Rusty Garth, Drake Boutwell, Randy Baker, and Ken-
ny Campbell. Campbell did not begin playing until
after the spring break, when he took over the sixth
position from still another freshman, Bill Reed.
Because of the new SEC rule and the possibility of
scholarships in the near future, the prospects for con--
tinued improvement of the team are good. Coach
Vredevelt has been in contact with many of the bet-
ter players in the South and many have expressed in-
terest in attending Vanderbilt.
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Drake Boutwell watches one go by.
'If that mosquito comes near me one more time . . .!
"Are you sure Zorro started this way?,'
Left to Right: Berkeley Merrill, Dan Bing, Chris Moore,
Jim Iffland, Phil Olsson, Charlie Moody, Mike Moore, Eddie
Fine,hCo-Captain, Greg White, Co-Captain, R. G. Stearns,
The fencing team had a rather disheartening season
this year. Because the team competes using only the
foil, it found itself plagued by the lack of opponents.
To eliminate this problem, the team and its sponsor, the
Army R.O.T.C., plan to acquire the necessary equip-
ment-sabres and epees- for next year.
Although the team, coached by Dr. R. G. Stearns,
lost all three of its contests with Auburn and the Cita-
del, it gained Valuable experience. At the Citadel, the
fencers competed, for the first time, using an electrical
system to record touches, it lost the encounter by only
Members of the team also participated in the Georgia
State Championship. Nine Vanderbilt fencers went to
the Kentucky Division Championship and Co-Captain
Greg White placed first in the competition there.
"Aaah . . . foiled again."
First Row: William Burnett, Frank Thompson, Richard
Jahn, Charles Shusky, Larry Ahern, Bill Akin. Second
Row: Major Gregg, Coach, Dave Mott, Jim Westcot, Ever-
ett Anderson, G. Briggs, Richard Somers, Charles Finne,
Sergeant Smith, Coach.
This year, the riHe team posted its finest record, 12
wins against 4 losses, under the able coaching of Major
Gregg and Sergeant Smith. Captain Burnett was one
of the team's best marksmen. He was ably backed by
Jim Westcot and Richard Somers.
Several trophies were awarded to the team this year.
Among them were a second place in the National Rifle
Association Sectional, a fourth place in the Third U.S.
Army Shoulder to Shoulder Meet, and trophy for plac-
ing in the top ten per cent in the Army Area Intercol-
After losing their first two contests the rifie team
went on to win 12 out of the remaining 14 dual matches
against such outstanding competition as Alabama, Ten-
nessee, Cornell, and William and Mary. This season
was very successful and it has done much to encour-
age the minor sports program at Vanderbilt.
Major Gregg and Sergeant Smith watch closely as the
final scores are posted.
Perfect form and a, good eye are essential.
This is a winning shot.
These trophies were won this season
Bulls Eye' by Wescot, Ahern and Briggs.
MEN'S IN TRAMU RALS
Once again the men's intramural program at Vander-
bilt had a successful and highly competitive year. With
the addition of two new teams representing PSK and
the Independent Athletic Committee QIACJ, there
were sixteen teams participating in the various athletic
contests. The Law School and Peabody College also en-
tered teams, unoflicially, in the football competition,
but they were not eligible for the interleague playoffs.
The sixteen teams competed in a total of eleven sports.
The intramural program was directed by the Intra-
mural Athletic and Recreational Board, under the lead-
ership of Buddy Schultz. The I-M Board, comprised of
representatives from all fifteen fraternities and IAC,
had the responsibility of organizing and supervising the
eleven separate programs, it also arranged the play-
off and championship games for each sport.
The high-ranking teams from both the I- and M-
Leagues competed in the elimination playoff to deter-
mine the overall champion in each sport. There is no
playoff to determine third and fourth places or fifth and
sixth places. Points are accumulated for placing in
each sport and the team amassing the highest point
total for the year is awarded the sweepstakes trophy.
Until this year, the intramural program was limited
to fraternity competition because the independent men
lacked the organization needed to take advantage of
I-M membership. Last May, Steve Smith obtained ap-
proval from the Board of Presidents to form the IAC in
order to organize the independents. The IAC, led by
Denny Brewington, has been able to organize a large
number of interested men and its teams have com-
peted effectively this year. The independents won the
As of the time this article was written, all sports
except tennis, softball, and track had been completed.
The teams finishing in the first four places in each sport
are listed below. The four teams leading in the sweep-
stakes competition are also given, even though three
sports were outstanding.
I-M LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS
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I-LEAGUE Bob Bramlette Frank Pinkerton
M-LEAGUE Jay Popp John Slater
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Tim French Steve Hall
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W0lVIEN'S IN TRAMTU RALS
Thetas and Nuclians reach for the ball, Let's not fight gwls
The Women's Athletic Board, led by
Ann Kimball, directed the womenls in-
tramural program again this year. The
women have completed competition in
five sports and have yet to finish swim-
ming and bowling. The winners of the
different sports are given below. Ten-
nis, doubles, AAA, KAG, and Nucliansg
singles, AAA, Nuclians, and KAGJ. Bad-
minton: doubles, AAA, singles, KAQ.
Pingpong: KA won fi-rst and second.
Basketball: AAA, KAO, Nuclians and
AOII. Volleyball: AAA, AOH, XQ, and
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i deally, the life of a student encompasses
far more than the classroom and the library,
though 'it's not always evident where' one finds
the time for anything elses Participation in
-sorority or fraternity, campus organizations, or
the military programs can broaden and enrich
a student's perspectives hopefully in conjunc-
tion with the knowledge he gains from his
studies, f "
There is opportunity for personal recognition
for those students who are outstanding in their
leadership and contributions to the 'University
through the various activities available to them,
besides the gratification which comes from the
knowledge that one has been able to give
something of himself to a school too often seen
as impersonal. As the enrollment of the Univer-
sity continues to grow, all aspects of its life
must grow also, providing ever-increasing op-
portunity for the involvement of every student
who chooses to be involved in the total life of
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as edited by Michael King.
Re-evaluation and change have been trends in the Greek system this
year, as the IFC and Panhellenic groups studied their roles in the
University and made alterations. The sororities created a general rush
chairman, and the fraternities considered several changes in their rush
system. Beyond these meetings, the cramming for pledge tests and the
solemnity of initiations were some of the old antics the alums will
gladly tell you about.
Whether or not the Greeks provide all the services they claim to,
they are central to the social activity of the majority of the campus,
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Beta, 11. Pi Kappa Alpha, 12. Phi
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This has been a year of purposeful change for the Panhellenic Council, and
hopefully one of improvement. An expanded informational program for the
rushees was the result of enlightened leadership on the part of the council.
Rush, as always, was a successful enterprise for the sororities. Continued em-
phasis was given to scholarship and service both on campus and in the commu-
nity. This year the Council supported various philanthropies: the Chamber
Music concerts, the co-operative nursery, the Clinic Bowl, the IFC. Beyond
this. the Council learned to Work with the dynamic and concerned Dean of
Women, to realize that the present organizational structure was limited and
that a good committee can accomplish anything, from constitutional revision
to creating the position of Rush Chairman. The Council has re-organized
Within itself so that next year it can be concerned with its real purpose-
fostering an all-Greek or Panhellenic spirit.
First Row Anne Beveridge Wendy Lawrence Mary Lee
Huntei Janice Ambeiy Second Row Betsy Woelper,
Diane Block Ann Lewis Rickie Rhodarmer Third Row:
Sharon Maginnis Dana Blum Betsy Chisolm Linda Web-
ber Babs Beacham Fay Wirth
Rickie Rhodarmer, President
Ann Lewis, Vice-President
Diane Brock, Secretary
Betsy Woelper, Treasurer
Mary Ross Taylor
Betsy Woelper KA
AAA Janice Ambery
Mary Lee Hunter
Grin and bear it,
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Nu Omicron Chapter
Mary Ann Green
Children, go where I send thee . . . Chicken Little hides
kidnapees . . . NDW boosts Sears sales . . . AOII's are
Charming and Hustling . . . Mederos doctored up with
pills . . . Tay sets sliding example . . . Pikes help mobilize
tugboat fleet . . . "Fire Dept?-Mitchell and Hagen"
. . . Are those house potatoes? . . . Pass around the
powderpuff fAre you kiddin' me?J . . . Frazee's dinner
music pleases neighbors . . . Nita, as I said before . . .
Beware world of U.S. ERP . . . JT's 9 goes unused . . .
LaJuan,s crusade for cleanliness reaches new heights . . .
Tucker's locks are shorn . . . George discriminates against
Aunt Jemima . . . O'Cal and Ing become tavern wenches
. . . Faster Service through Self-Selection . . . "I need
Momma Collins" . . . Marion moonlights as Playboy
Bunny . . . EB incognito perplexes filthy rabble as GE
reigns as trashiest . . . It's so quiet-where's Sue? . . .
Karen and friend go gumfug hunting . . . Kopert's rock
collection outshines all . . . It's times like these, we're justly
proud, we're AOH's, and so well endowed . . .
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goes to Grace Anne and Ann . . . Carol attends Hell's Angels
party with Nancy Sinatra . . . Dottie cuts hair . . . Louise
investigates piles of garbage . . . Vut is goink on here in dis
lilink room? . . . Judo wins an orphan's affection . . . Catie,
did you ever find Moose under the bed? . . . Ask Fresca about
the farm party! . . . Swaf hits the floor . . . Ski slopes in the
house?? . . . Dish pan punch . . . The Big Decision: a date or a
paddle? . . . Five down-nineteen to go . . . Fiasco Florence
cooks up lots of men . . . Cannon Hddles while Room burns
. . . Murrill goes North while Dana is 'Bam "E" bound . . .
Little Zeus wears turtlenecks . . . Welcome Big Zeus . . . House
girls perform take-off at Owl Hoot . . . lVIcCallister beats around
the bush . . . Mustang Sally is NO tap dancer . . . Cooper's
coffee pays off . . . Tinker-too . . . Taylor plans for new physical
year . . . Ann removes glasses, gets resultsg applies lashes,
gets resultsg wears bikini to class . . . Fact: apartments are a
Socialist plot . . . Sweetie-pie calls . . . So does Alice . . . HIT IT!
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Would you believe We used to be strong in Nashville? . . .
Sloan and Burgess "steal" Katmobile . . . Hal snows house
girls . . . The casual olive strikes again . . . Malady?
Senioritis, just ask Vereen! . . . Popsickle . . . Smiley Riley wins
again . . . He may have left mad . . . but at least he's gone . . .
Will the real Dawn Tatum please stand up? . . . Liz Morty-fied
by 55240 phone bill . . . Thomas and Tau's go around and
around . . . "Harte called, Tommy called." . . . 'Tm glad he did
it.', . . . Helen, you be quiet, and I'll have a good time . . .
Frazer a-Paul-ed . . . Sarah is a Tri-Delt-finally! . . . Kappy
and Susie favor exterior decorating . . . Libba, this is Jim
Alford, a colonel at Seward Air Force Base . . . Bean Bomb!
Jewels get a gem . . . Sina ponders, "What ever happened to
cute, adorable Roger Burge?" . . . Edith has a happy Holiday-
but nothing to show for it . . . Never trust a smiling Weitzel!
. . . Maggie gets Brovvned While Marsha Simmers . . . Anne
and McCord, oops, McCleod, rock UQ at Finals party . . . We
heard Gina was a Pansy . . . Banana! . . . Mimi, meet Mrs,
Livingston . . . Gladys survives, and house still stands,
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Sue Anne Carpenter
Mary Lou Cooke
Meryl Ann Fedder
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replaces Jackie Gleason . . . JT: "Hey Rick-V' . . . We lose
Tony but gain Apache . . . D. D. replaces Becky as sixth
house member . . . Promisee dinner turns into one gigantic
candlelight . . . "Hello? Is Mother there?" . . . Dan came by
a few minutes ago . . . Good luck to Ann . . . Bobbing for apples
brings brownie pointsg lectures and soccer suddenly popular
. . . B.C.: "A fan dancer? You mean someone who dances
only with . . . fans?" . . . A'Sorry, Becky's not here" . . . Dan
will be right back . . . P.T.: Chopped liver? Chuck liver?
Peanut Butter is td the birds as caviar is to humans . . . Plenty
of popcorn from pledges . . . Stevieee . . . S.Mc. disappears
every weekend . . .. Lorraine makes weekly announcement
while Merritt and Kay hand out goodies . . . Bunny and the
Skunk . . . Who made the phone call to Brooklyn? . . .
A great summer, no sewing . . . Dan's here!
Alpha Theta Chapter
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Cheryl Ann Moore
Sally Ann Norton
Janelle Lee Wesson
Alpha Eta Chapter
26, oops-27 great pledges find their way to Thetaland . . .
Steinman wants penn . . . "California Dreaming" . . . "But you
all, she was nothing in high schooln . . . Seniors jeopardize
graduation . . . Law school enjoys brief moment of glory . . ,.
The Streak and the Wig reign supreme . . . Big 3 birthdays
popular . . . Smith hurts, burns holly for fuel, then bounces
back . . . Leader likes volunteers and older men . . . The
Vulture makes HONorable decision-trades baseball for
pinball . . . "Sorry, this couch is reserved" . . . Surprise!
Amrnonet and Thetas are friends . . . Williams linally has a
real "buddy" . . . Parking lot strengthens Theta-KA
relations . . . Ocean settles religious differences . . .
Homecoming and Miss Commodore Contest prove majority
doesn't always win! . . . Will Shapard get Stop sign?
. . . The Bleeder and the Prize vie for Randy . . . Kappa
Sigs build a Temple to the snow goddess . . . Bramblet
looks for blood on sidewalk . . . Meyers and Kemp leave
Zelda with bride magazines and dorm hours . . .
Here's a toast to KAT! !!
Mary Lynn Bogle
Glen Ellen Hayes
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lead Freshmen, while Susan cheers them on . . . KD's take
over Athenian Sing: President, Pickers, and lst Place . . . K2
House: Diane takes on Stern outlook, and Larry proposes
to change Laws . . . Rain falls on last year's made Hay . . .
Doreen rises above Norm in cheerleading . . . V. P. Mom:
Ya'll, I have a teensy-weensy little favor to ask-it's really
important" . . . Minnie Mae Prescott is appalled at Grace's
living . . . Treasurer in league with Fuller Brush Co. ?-Nope,
just eager Beavers . . . A snag runs in Betsyls Hanes . . .
Pickers picked for TV appearance-the Bozo Show? . . . Jock
of the Year gets support at Christmas . . . Bloomin' Roman
holiday for Anna . . . Diane, Sheryl, Barb ring in the New
Year . . . J. K. puts in application for UT Law School . . .
Hamilton learns to grin and "barrett" . . . Weather report:
Gayle over Kentucky, snow in Chicago . . . Winston tries for
Noble Prize with Thermal theory . . . Percival is Foran
ambassador at ATO House . . . Flaming Mame stearns a-head
of us all . . . Love in AOT!
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Mary Margaret Oliver
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Mary Kay King
Come alive . . . M.L.H. has tow trouble . . . Rush gets gummed
up . . . Weak, Meier . . . Roadrunner beeps at 12: 30 . . . It's
an ear . . . Philadelphia Bowl ours for the yearg Chicago brings
thoughts of 41 . . . Roller uses PUSH . . . The best 26 choose
the arrowg no sales slips necessary . . . Meredith, as Miss C,
makes it two in a row for Pi Phi . . , Lewis barely does the
blade . . . Lost gold mine found again . . . A long weekend,
Margaret? . . . We finally learned . . . Carmack uses telepathyg
wins Miss Blueberry Award . . . The bag is a matchmaker
. . . Wimsett uses her head . . . Web entangles house . . . Three
Stooges await Great Meteorite . . . Secrets found in
D-D-Dempster D-Dumpster . , . Two rocks in the Sr. gardeng
several in classes below . . . Hello, Pi Phi House . . . Yes, Sis,
there is a Santa Claus . . . Sr. legacy: Remember the sign on
the back of the door . . . Yours in the wine and blue.
"You volunteered me for WHAT?! !"
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Susan Crowdus Amanda Griffin
Cathy Jean McDona
Mary Dale Trabue
RUSH-getting to know the freshmen in one
The mad race to finish Homecoming decora-
tions before the judges arrive.
Woods Eastland, President
Butch Derrick, Vice-President
Jerry Steinberg, Recording Secretary
Manny Doyne, Corresponding Secretary
Jim Arthur, Treasurer
AEH Rich Rosen
B011 Mike Moore
IN TERFRATERN ITY COUNCIL
Fraternities, like many other campus institutions
that have contributed significantly to the goals of higher
education, each year become more aware of the
changes taking place on our campus. In the words of
Richard Fletcher, executive secretary of Sigma Nu
Fraternity, "We'll fthe fraternity systemj survive if
we're useful, we'll flourish if we're purposeful, and
we'll insure our future if we're alert."
The Vanderbilt Interfraternity Council exists in or-
der to promote relationships that are conducive to the
welfare of the fraternity system, to exchange ideas
through the utilization of programs presented by the
IFC for the strengthening of the member groups, to
establish a continuous communication system to pro-
mote effective programs, and to initiate resolutions and
First Row: Manny Doyne, James Arthur, Woods Eastland,
Jerry Steinberg. Second Row: Dave Zilles, Richard Rosen,
Bill Stearns, Bill White, Kurt Strasser, Benny Waggener,
Edd Gordon, Buddy Schultz, David Boyd. Third Row: Ron
Crutcher, George Hug. Fourth Row: Jay Baker, John
recommendations that will further the purposes and
ideals of the Vanderbilt fraternity system.
Composed of the president and two other representa-
tives from each group, the IFC represents the com-
bined voices of the fifteen social fraternities on cam-
pus. Involving itself with rush, Greek Week, fraternity
pledge competition, and, this year, aiding the field of
academics by sponsoring an IFC Scholarship Fund, the
council determines the rules and policies by which the
fraternities govern themselves and administers dis-
cipline, whenever necessary, for social misconduct. The
IFC believes that it must evolve with the University,
constantly striving for their common goals. This year,
the council has shown that the fraternity system at
Vanderbilt is useful, purposeful, and alert.
Stemmler, Phil Russ, Daryl Berger, Bob Thompson, Greg
Faith, Ed Schumacher, Dallas Parker, Whit Morris. Fifth
Row: Ken Parchman, Steve Block, Donald NeSmith, Ad-
L, Tau pledge class largest in history . . . Alvin finally leaves . . .
How'd he get to be best active 4 years apart? . . . Is the color
tube going back after rush? . . . What are the bookcases for?
. . . Pi forms an engagement ring . . . Athletic machine rolls
on . . . We got the Juke, but where's the records? . . . Peabody
still popular . . . Actives beat pledges in book battle . . .
Klein gets pinned . . . Robin gets pinned . . . The Schnozz gets
deschnozzed . . . Golden gets laveliered . . . Art's still eating
. . . Strauss . . . Krunchy platform wins for Rosen . . .
Bootzin-Pi's Pearl Me-sta . . . Walling's forehead rises farther
. . . Scarf wants frogs . . . A Norman club card for Kirstein
. . . Gordon-our man in government . . . Kessler loses his
razor . . . Robin gets unpinned . . . Pi invades Arkansas and
Wisconsin . . . The Wayne's no longer in Spain . . . VUT
claims Norman . . . Wells corners the market . . . Twerp spends
the year in bed . . . Robin gets pinned again . . . Pi takes over
Hustler sports . . . Rothberg's still trail blazing . . . Hertz hot
on his trail . . . Fine fences on . . . Bye Bye Bill . . .
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expense of front yard . . . the Bull leads chapter to a new era
. . . Reid dumps on CM and is phased out . . . Prior joins
soccer team . . . Pettyjohn engaged-in what? . . . Rabbit and
Jones successfully defend attacks on chastity . . . Anderson
rings with Hagan's ditties . . . George goes fishing over
holidays . . . Chuck Boyd succeeds in love-sort of . . . the
Prince is back . . . the Sly Pie with something up his sleeve
. . . Scott reminds brothers to get dates early and then gets
brother's date . . . Campbell McFalls into oblivion-takes two
on the chin and loses deal . . . Johnny Johnson tries new
hair tonic which stains tux . . . Shu in love with three . . .
himself and . . . Davidson meets no one since Berkly strike
. . . Operator, I want to call Japan . . . Taus go singing . . .
Round by a landslide . . . Lightning, Andy, and Wrongway
take all in fall . . . Armstrong's in love with a stranger . . .
brothers eye the draft instead of the books . . . Fred comes back
Beta Pi Chapter
from Spain to pay off ransom . . . Chuck gets red over orange
. . . Guds proves new math-twenty-one goes into twenty seven
times with none left over . . . same sunset for scholastic
standings . . . and life goes on in the Tau house.
Beta Lambda Chapter
S. Vaughn Allen
S. Brian Casey
Jim Harris ,
Bedford Flash bags 34 for Beta . . . H. heads Jr. Bar, toot,
toot . . . Mautz, Fawcett, Swann, Morris, ALL-I M . . . Betas
win HC Decoration . . . L. T. Bomb has apt. warming for Fire
Dance . . . Nose grows on Nub of the Plains, Spider grabs it
. . . Galore sinks, captains leapfroggers . . . Nash gets rhythm
. . . Load-ed shotgun gets Rose . . . Harvath second again . . .
Frosh drops Cuddles . . . Turner wet in Buffalo . . . Moore
loses pin Kr cheers, second time better . . . FN gets paperbag
. . . Mama gets Burly's goats . . . Kelly starts, team stops . . .
Zink Case tyjs 19th Hole . . . Mums filiflusters, not necessarily
. . . Nasty unchanged . . . Rutdog loses O. to Frosh . . .
Fischer leads C73 Sophs on belly . . . Delavan finds brass cheat
at Ft. Knox . . . Koon gets Russeled . . . Betas grab two and
a half Pi Phi garters . . . Tipton gets Green light UD, balls
Hieskell and Housholder's friend . . . BAH-WOO . . . Buist
returns . . . Orgy, Hells Angels, Fire Dance, Weekend, lt's
in the bag for Wooglin.
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Jim Andrews, Jr.
Charles Cotton, Jr.
John Haile, Jr.
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Jim Hill III
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Buenos Dias, M. F .... Hail to the Chief-He sure can!
. . D.O.S. closes membership with class of '66 . . . TDBM
official Teamster representative . . . Card team seeks greener
pastures . . . Knox buys picture-flash team new high . . .
What percentage?-99441: pure--Mother McFarlane gets
new babies . . . Dekes claim Miss Commodore . . . Dekes 7-
Phis 0-I.M. team ruins record . . . La Joint develops full
race cam . . . Dekes send army team-Tim, Roger, B. J.,
Pheets, Middle . . . Homecoming comes and goes, hooded car
hop takes to the bottle . . . "Yes, Mike, but who does she date
down here?', . . . Luckey torpedos flying sub-Connselor
settles out of court . . . Christmas tree balled-Merry
XXXX-mas . . . Harford permanent foreign student . . .
What's black and gone? . . . And other expressions of regal
displeasure, as it were . . .
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George Morton, Jr.
Knox Pitts III
John Ross, Jr.
Rick Rozelle III
King Self, Jr.
Butch Stephens, Jr
Burke Windham III
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Mississippi train rolls though KA House . . . KA's pledge
Whiz Kids? . . . Kibler stops making Hay-or vice versa?
. . . Shephard adds Chip to flock . . . Big E hits ceiling in
chapter meeting . . . Cantwell, Whiteside, Sanders are bright
spots in a dismal offense . . . Drys runs Trojan errands for
White . . . Hanes, Begbie, Harper make bird bath . . . Herbert
gets Thingby on the sly . . . Boyd tries to move in on Graves,
while Bert bares bottom . . . Sprott loses out to the Virgin
Isles . . . Starr squashes bug . . . P. W. says: "I don't think so,
Rickn . . . Twente, Chastain, Stivers, Burrow rest in piece . .
Aldridge dreams of Grand Dragon . . . "Bear D." studies
dermatology . . . A'Wake up" Dudley . . . Heart leaves Hamilton
for San Francisco . . . David eats Christmas present . . .
Rock thinks he's got it in the bag . . . How do you say "whip"
in French, Norman? . . . Are you a Turtle? . . . Wheat, barley,
alfalfa . . . Where's the Hud?
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Donald W. Bouldin
Leslie Brooks III
John G. Faith
Charles Hon III
Merlin Joe Kilbury
Double G and WAS give Kappa Sig sound sober leadership
. . . Pledges down schoolies in rough game at Waggoner's and
Currie's . . . Star and Crescents leave and return at unusual
rate . . . Another banner year in I.M.'s-Kappa Sigs control
fourth place . . . Magic and Zelda Z reign nightly around
juke . . . Currie still can't decide, but Merlin can. Wonder
what Christie will do? . . . Kizer thinks Biggs all the time . . .
Reck's locks lose out, finally . . . Prince, Rock, Art, Mitch,
C. A. and who!!! set up in exile in Towers . . . "Rah-Rah" rahs
too much but delights the fans . . . Wild-Thing Hoov turns
Xmas back-way back . . . House suffers much, but all enjoy
the Brotherhood . . .
Arthur Rox Smith
Alva Terry Staples
Edgar Steinau, Jr.
Charles Taylor III
Claiborne Thornton III
G. G. Waggorner
Joseph N. Walden, Jr.
Olin West III
Harry N. Williams
Thomas H. Wilson
The Phi's take 26 . . . Seniors miss Dondi, Martin, Glass, and
Tennessee Alpha Chapter
Joe Vaulx Crockett
the Preacher, but the immortal eight solidify . . . Russell,
socks proving he's no fool, thinks top of Volkswagen corny
. . . Cox plays the waiting-game in Iowa City, becoming quite
a walker . . . Cha-Cha's Cajun prepares a Creole dish, as
Burkette loses his meal ticket at the Tri-Delt house . . . Wall
reveals himself: the biggest rocker in the house . . . Sugar
Ray weathers gale at the Krispy Kreme . . . Gosnell informed
he will be an airline pilotg plainly views his end . . . Singletary
and Holmes prove the Pick of the house, as Albert leads the
chase . . . Helvenston traded by Thetas . . . Watkins tried
but roacl to Atlanta just not long enough . . . Over-fed ground
sloth metamorphoses into bush-hog, as Emo goes hungry . . .
Radio-fan Souby listens to "Punch and Judy Show" . . .
Phikeia Larson lines everyone up with dates . . . Howell
follows crooked path . . . To the lake house we go . . .
Stemmler, you will get your chance . . . Bruno? Who is John
Bruno? . . . All for one!
"And for you Santa, we have a pussy cat!"
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Robert L. George
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Benjamin Hatfield Ross Rainwater
R. E. Brenning
J. W. Brown
W. O. Bruning
Rudolph Lee Carver
James Harry Davis
Michael E. Davis
Hurry, Mary, Hurry . . . Whoa, Camella . . . And what can
we do for you today, Dean Boutwell, Mr. Nesmith . . .
Orphans?? What age, size, sex, etc.? Would you believe a
dozen of each kind? . . . G-L-O-R-I-A, I wanta do it . . . New
House receives official Christening . . . Bogus wine and spirits
does it again . . . Rended-bird, Santa say . . . All right . . .
Hog of Steel . . . Panzer Commander . . . Fighting Prince of
Donegal . . . Danish Elmen rolls . . . Gore contracts Hibachi
fever . . . "Boo Boon the red Baron . . . Single wing . . .
S U A V E, a new slogan-If it hasn't been made, we'll make
it . . . Higgs thought he landed a big One . . . Knox Inc. say
"We'll get anything" . . . Nesrnith says . . . "I believe itl' . . .
"Whiteside Kuhn" . . . Waldrum Rock Company . . . Miles
of grovel . . . Bullet Bob whizzes them in . . . Phillips constructs
H. C .... Chief has a squaw . . . Road runner and the sobriety
test, a novel . . . Cooper buys WMAC . . . Schwenker goes
to Ole Virginy . . . Sheets gets a gussy . . . Themann excels
in the breast stroke . . . Chilly-Willy . . . Organic
is for the birds . . .
Tennessee Delta Chapter
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Willis Evan Kuhn
John Alan McCoy
John Morris IV
Donald Lynn Sheets
William Themann III
Ahval Edward Turner
Grady Warren III
Russell E. Yester
Charles E. Youman
Ohio Knox III
Technique works 36 times . . .Viers replaces
McBride . . . S.M. is talk of the house . . . Sullivan? . . . Selma
K A dates . . . Everyone Washes out at the Sewers
party . . . Oilicer Bolin taps on house . . . 12 Disciples
replace the We 5 V I trains pledges . Goldsberry
misses lunch . . . Bally Tally-Ho . . .
Bunn's beer . . . Goren says "Don't double Coop"
IOU1 Chaptef Al Hirt likes fratty club . . . Scotty stays Airborne . . .
Krumpe's car mistaken for Dempster Dumpster
. . . Stewart likes to eat . . . Lavaliers
are "in" . . . Jackie thanks Wise . . . Aquajocks
stroke . . . DeVane turns key . . . Culler, Burke
take out squatter's rights in house library . . . Shake's
M nerves uncalm Suzanne . . . K. B. gets wet
. behind ears . . . Real McKinnie takes two
A dumps . . . Grapefruit rolls . . . Plenty of ways for a broken
,mzgzz Z,,:',i . leg . . .Duck smashes glASS . . . J. P.
- F 352 "trees" grades . . . No. 1 elf Santa off table . . . Steele
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Where is the Mad Goose?
Muhammed Roberts retires, undefeated,
untouched, gets Pat on back . . . Landon, pub
board wheel, shaken by Ginsberg decision . . . Sharp
ends search for young talent while Nixdorf
wins hog award at local circus . . . Fearless leader
launches campaign for social acceptability . . . Koch the elder
catches lunch while Napoleon plans
ahead and makes it big . . . Cloid joins masses
in loss of pin as the Shack continues attempts to
consolidate VU and Peabody . . . Move bitterly opposed
by the Fetus, who is quality control engineer at local
corp . . . McKay sticks to bear facts and Clay leads in
civil rights battle, loses to blonde . . . Chuck
participates in sensitivity session while Smallman
learns high performance driving techniques
from Cocke and Barf . . . Kelly chosen to replace
Col. Sanders . . . Gapo makes No. 1 as new S.M.C. . . .
Chief Justice finds Wally in
garden . . . Saf grooms new "Phantom of the lodge"
while Devers discovers power of Hattery . . .
Radds rejected by peace movement . . . Ringed Ridley razes
roof . . . The Lever Returns . . .
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Stephen CL Allen
William R. Davis, Jr.
Allen L. Edsell
Eranklin H. Foote
George R. Gilbert
Michael G. Glasgow
Frederick M. Green
Richard T. I-Ioos
Raymond L. Jones
Michael R. McAlister
"Where's the surf room?" . . . I sure am glad I had a drink
before this game . . . P S K rolls 7-0 . . . Mercenaries . . .
Cougar, when you walk . . . Now who are We having for
Homecoming? . . . Have you seen Bob's date? . . . Mickey
comes home bald . . . "Byron" gets big bang out of school
. . . Yes, Mother . . . A commodore taking a what? . . . .
Sugar-lips lost his golden touch . . . Tank falls in love . . .
Casanova snows them all . . . You mean Haren didn't sleep
on any walls this Greek Week? . . . Cross's home brew . . .
Pooh-Bear . . . Sherwood Forest, Robin Hood speaking . . .
Knife fight in the livingroom . . . Where's the guy with the
beard? . . . Return of the duck . . . Awards: Jones, rapid action
. . . Glasgow, humility . . . McDonald, patience . . . Gilbert,
cooperation . . . Green, athletic supporter . . . McAlister,
bigamy . . . Janice from where? . . , Okra . . . The Clarksville
broads . . . shield . . . Monroe owes S14 in phone bills? . . .
How many watermelons? . . . Graveled in and 50 feet from
the gym . . . Reetaaa . . . 833030 what?
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William R. Meaney
John E. Monroe
Tyler C. Nicholson
George N. Plumlee, Jr.
Donald H. Putnam
Stephen H. Sturgeon
Terry F. Troutt
William L. Vecchione
William P. Winstead
John Wyatt Lee
Bryan Howard Long
James Joseph Myers
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Jim Armistead, Jr.
Keith Caldwell, Jr.
Frank Day III
Sam. Dewey Jr.
Bob Gamble, Jr.
Hank Hill III
Hugh Howser, Jr.
Bill Jones, Jr.
Freddie Kahn III
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drops 1n for Christmas then lays an egg Spurrier kidnaps
the KING from Todd Meadows has an accident and
another and another and Freddy finally crosses the
Jordan Brothers Hudson and Palmer co author best seller
The Life of Rzley Sam gives Judy a first aid kit for
Christmas Qand partiesj Mingus Collins, and Crimson
Fleece walk to Memphis Hangers dominate the Deacon's
poll Derrick goes on diet of Buttered Rice . . . Spalding
talks it over with the Pope Janie picks up a pin after she
Bowles a strike Kerr Muifs last chance . . . McCord
crashes into Wall of Clouds Patti to have ulcers soon
Prodigal Satch returns Black Bart takes a
squaw Kirkpatrick snakes Curry Wilgus, and the
Colonel After four of the best we bid farewell to the
Great Stone Castle and our cherished memories
of Tennessee Nu.
Tennessee Nu Chapter
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George Mudter, Jr.
Pat Patrick III
Frank Stevens, Jr.
Tommy Thompson, Jr.
Bobby Oliver, Jr
Alpha Psi Chapter
Dilger's new FLASH attachment shines at football game
. . . Ousley back for return engagement-can Schurig be far
behind? . . . Bundy tip-toes through the tulips-not Ligon's
though . . . Green's innertube eases pain of Rush . . . Cullom
introduces WINGATE to chapter . . . Meyer run down by
Sportscar . . . Six-gun White shoots up town, friend Leffers
on permanent Lunch break . . . Pudge loses 20 pounds but
retains figure . . . Santa brings Schoette a new steel ball
. . . Ten-fifty anxiously awaits shave sale . . . Our Sweetheart
Miss Mississippi . . . Pethus gets tandum brown helmet
. . . Schulz fears bomb attack from a kite . . . RIP George
. . . Sam did what??
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TD, JP. Computer cards next . . . Phantom Joins Ghost
. . . Capt. Theis leads the team . . . Deeb pulls it out again
. . . G. gets sucked in by hot idea. Cleans sweeper . . . 952
zips through alumni files . . . Gamma Xi! . . . What can you do
to the flag, HB? , . . 950 plays mother again . . . Shower
tiled and furniture here by Thanksgiving . . . Vanderbilt .
Soccer Club, Yeah! . . . Flash sleeps through Sigma Nu S1gII121 Chapter
potato famine . . . Say Bye Bye to tuxedos for meetings . . .
991 sets untied record at meetings . . . Baby snakes strike
Pike . . . Hay Travis! Got a cigarette? . . . 974 has no socks, mu,
pour soul . . . 962 gets lost in Woods . . . Pryor, Stark 8z Q , Q
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shower impressive for rush . . . Knock Knock! Anybody in there? . . . -1-2-3- Roll Nus. Sooue Sigma. Razorsnakes! . . .
Alpha Gamma Chapter
Dennis L. Avner
Dennis R. Baer
Gary S. Bale
Darryl D. Berger
Dennis S. Berzon
Ivan R. Chanin
Jack G. Charney
Sammy W. Chawkin
Raymond L. Cohen
Larry S. Dansky
Richard A. Davidson
Richard P. Delman
Richard M. Dicter
Robert L. Dinkelspiel
Michael E. Dorman
Emanuel O. Doyne
David A. Easa
Roger J. Epstein
Neal E. Farr
Ronald I. Feldman
Mark D. Fine
Lee B. Forb
Barry K. Freedman
Stephen A. Freeman
Charles M. Friedman
Daniel S. Geller
Alan R. Glazman
Lee D. Goldstein
Leonard H. Goldstein
Jon I. Gordon
Robert S. Green
Ralph H. Greil
Thomas D. Herman
Richard L. Katten
Irvin A. Kaufman
Edward H. Kleiner
L. Paul Kossman
William R. Lamme
Alfred W. Lasher
Charles D. Lauer
Richard L. Levine
Alan S. Levitan
Thomas G. Lewin
Bertram L. Levy
Kenneth A. Levy
Jonathan B. Loube
William S. Lowe
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Berns returns, Lauer leaves . . . Doyne bags 29 pledges and
Shavin . . . Bear P. T., trains for V. C .... Seltzer and Safer
return in spirit . . . Weary returns, finds Pope top, Cannes
great . . . Rosenfield doctor, lawyer, Indian chief . . .
Parker quits eating . . . Lusky finds an apartment-2 rooms,
no bath . . . Cy disappears . . . Dink, Berger all-IM . . .
Lewin and Librach partners, Max installs pay toilet . . .
Sophomores? . . . Walter's hair suffers under Linda I, recoils
under Linda II . . . Saturnalia unprecedented, Tonk and
Formal great . . . Campus activities galore . . . Vucept and
Commodore suffer . . . Ali infiltrates . . . Kossman brings
back culture . . . J. G. brings back Trish . . . West Point
dumps on ZBT . . . Kleiner goes to Gainesville on the MLA
. . . Brothers form garden club: Russ gets KA Rose . . . Podris,
Block and Berger get Green thumb . . . Kaufman wins
brotherhood award . . . Miller makes Pennys teaching
anatomy lab . . . Seniors leave great tradition.
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Alan D. Mazer
Thomas G. Mendell
Kenneth I. Miller
Barry A. Morguelan
Robert M. Moses
Sanford B. Novick
Alan W. Pailet
Barry W. Parker
Robert J. Pinstein
William H. Pittman
Fred I. Podris
Sol H. Putzel
Jerrold M. Ravel
Richard A. Reamer
Jack E. Rosenblatt
Steven G. Rosenblatt
Arnold D. Rosenfield
Donald B. Safer
Jay G. Safer
Charles E. Sandmel
Robert D. Segall
H. Michael Seltzer
Mark L. Sirak
Stanley W. Sherman
Alex P. Slabosky
William L. Small
Russell L. Smith
George W. Tower
Samuel D. Weakley
Richard I. Weinrib
Robert E. Wides
Jeffrey A. Wolf
Donald M. Wolfson
Bernard D. Yomtov
Michael A. Zibart
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The Sigma Chi,s go serenading.
The morning after the night before.
"I still say that good fences make good
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As I gaze into my crystal ball . , ."
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some girls with more 'class'?,'
The freshmen are confronted during Orientation
week with a conglomeration of campus organizations,
all of which are eager for new blood. Some Hnd their
places in one or more of these . . . most sit back and do
For those who participate in the life of Vanderbilt
beyond the classroom, the various organizations can
bring the rewards of contribution to the University, a
sense of involvement, and often, individual honors. The
majority of extra-curricular activities have been able
to expand and enrich their programs this year, not
Without the dedication and hard Work of those in-
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The Publications Board not only elects the heads
of the various student publications, but, because there
is no school of journalism at Vanderbilt, it also acts
as an advisory committee for editors and staffs when
needed. The student-faculty group, representing a
cross-section of the Vanderbilt community, Works
toward an ideal of editorial freedom for student pub-
lications, and it is the conflicting definitions of this
goal which cause many of the problems with which
the Board must deal. In addition to the editorial
issues to be settled, the Pub Board must regulate
the financial affairs of the publications and handle
the new student publications which are constantly
being organized to voice the interests of the whole
student body or various segments of the University
community. The Board meets once a month in full
session, but the members of the editorial standards,
the business policy, and the associate members' com-
mittees are busy throughout the year.
ASSOCIATE MEMBERS COMMITTEE. First
Row: Rebecca Davis, Bill Weiss, Diane Footitt,
Secretary. Second Row: Dr. Vereen M. Bell, Jim
Landon, Dr. Willard B. Jewell, Dr. Walter W.
BUSINESS POLICIES COMMITTEE. First Row: Larry Creekmore, Dr.
James S. Worley. Second Row: John Haile, Jim Rosenblatt, Jim Landon,
EDITORIAL STANDARDS COMMITTEE. First Row:
Jim Bell, Mary Ross Taylor. Second Row: Frank Al-
len Philpot, Margaret McClintock, Chuck Muckenfuss.
MARGARET MCCLINTOCK, COMMODORE EDITOR MIKE KING, COMMODORE BUSINESS MANAGER
CLASSES EDITORS: Marilynn Curtis and Drew Litzenberger
SPORTS EDITOR: George Harvey
ADMINISTRATION EDITORS: Anne Ramsey
and Sherry Gauthier
ON CAMPUS EDITORS: Richard Dieter and Lorraine Tremblay
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MILITARY EDITOR: Mike King
GREEK EDITORS: Joan Triplett and Coddy Coddington
HONORS EDITORS: Jan Aitkenhead and Ann Ward
ORGANIZATION EDITORS: Tom Case and Mary Dale Trabue
MANAGING EDITOR: Janet Katz
Editor Margaret McClintock
Business Manager Mike King
Managing Editor Janet Katz
Administration Sherry Gauthier
On Campus Richard Dicter
Classes Marilynn Curtis
Greeks Coddy Coddington
Honors Jan Aitkenhead
Military Mike King
Organizations Tom Case
Mary Dale Trabue
Sports George Harvey
FINANCIAL SECRETARIES: Prissy McEachern and Nancy Frazee
First Row: Donna Gustafson, Kathy Hesse, Ed Davis. Sec-
ond Row: Tim Bradley, Rich Gilbert, Max Goodloe, Bruce 162
The editors and staff of the 1967 COMMODORE hope
that you will find a record of what 1967 at Vanderbilt
meant to you within these pages. We hope that som'e-
Where in this assortment of yearbook material you
will be able to discover a picture or a phrase that will
recall for you some aspect of this year. But even if
you dOn't find your Vanderbilt here, we have at least
had the chance to record our own impressions of the
University. You have the freedom to interpret this
book as you see fit for We have interpreted your Uni-
versity as we saw fit.
BUSINESS STAFF. First Row: Ellen Shavin, David Northern, Linda Lipscomb.
Second Row: Allen Dunstan, Joe Williams, Jim Kirk.
Miss Commodore Contest Manager Nancy
Advertising Manager Jack Stringham and
Assistant Manager Jerry Safer.
Spectrum was begun five years ago and was in-
tended to represent the best student writing on a
campus Where there is little creative writing outside
the classroom. The magazine has increasingly included
poems and stories as well as scholarly Work, and the
financial security of the Activities Card has enabled
the staff to take more imaginative approaches to the
layout, thus increasingly making it livelier in appear-
ance and encouraging students to submit their manu-
scripts. This year for the first time Spectrum has three
issues and a different and less esoteric format. With
these innovations Spectrum should move from its place
of passive acceptance by the students to a place where
it will be enthusiastically regarded as a real addition
to student publications.
Jim, Bell, Spectrum Business Manager and Mary Ross
Taylor, Spectrum Editor.
Left to Right: Susan Orpin, Sara DuCote, Ernest Chapman, Inerny, Donna Gustafson, Mike Kiernan, Roy Marokus
Dee Dorsett, Dawson Nesbitt, Becky Gray, Valeska Short, Robert Green, Jack Rosenblatt.
Sherry Hughes, Catherine Lester, Eva Matthews, Bill Mc-
Frank Allen Philpot, Hustler Editor.
Larry Creekmore, Hustler Business Manager.
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GENERAL STAFF. Left to Right: Brad Sabel, Rusty Johnson, Kathy Hoagland,
Phil Juwig, Jeff Davis, Susan Hoagland, Sandy Baily, Liz Williams, Caryl
Privett, Carol Sanders, Jim Hoagland, Gail Reitz, Beth Bradley, Tancie
Lewis, Pat Johnson.
BUSINESS STAFF. Left to Right: Claiborne Thornton, Bill
Hofmeister, Donna Gustafson, Alex Slabosky.
EXECUTIVE STAFF. Left to Right: Tom Lawrence, Sara And-
erson, John York, Paul Kurtz, Barbara Crosby, Lew Cod-
dington, Tom Benson, Ray Jones, Brad Edgerton, Carol
The Hustler, in its Hrst major expansion in forty-
five years, added eight extra issues to its spring semes-
ter schedule to experiment with a twice a week format.
The project was made possible by a special subsidy
from the University. The eight Tuesday issues for the
first time used color as well as more pictures. This
experiment required major changes in production
schedules and staff organization, but both the editor
and the business manager felt that this effort was
necessary to meet the campus need for an expanded
newspaper. Their hope is that next year's staff will be
able to produce a paper twice a week all year long.
Johnny Haile, WRVU Station Manager
EXECUTIVE BOARD. First Row, Left to Right: Cooper Schley, Cindy Leigh,
Doug Smith. Second Row: Chuck Youman, Mike Weesner, Kirk Brown.
John Hoge, WRVU Business Manager
For the second year, the campus radio station
has been under the directorship of Johnny Haile.
For a president to succeed himself is unusual, but
then so is the quality of the manager. Beginning
last year, Haile introduced a revised program and
selections. Student interest and listening imrnedi-
ately rose. This year has seen the same rapid ad-
vancement. Indicative of the new prosperity of the
station are the new studios which were occupied
by WRVU the Spring semester. We congratulate
the manager and his station for another excellent
CONCERT HALL STAFF. First Row, Left to Right: Bert Bertorff, Bill Conway, Gene Boggess
Dan Glisson, Carl Cassell, Kirk Brown.
GOOD MUSIC ANNOUNCERS. First Row, Left to Right: Lee Swift, Tom Hall, Jan Sullivan, Bill
Mahon, Rob Taylor, Jeff Browne, Paul Hyman, Connie Rhett, Kirk Brown, Joe Manson,
Rock AND MUSIC AMERICANA STAFF. First Row, Left to Right: Jim Freeman, Mike Weesner,
Bob Langstaff, Ross Rainwater, Cooper Schley, JeFf Wolf, Alan Pailette, Randy Brooks,
Rick Geyer, Bob Rodgers, Charles Youman.
Paul Hyman and Bill Allen.
V. U. T.
This year the Vanderbilt University Theatre pro-
duced several diflerent types of plays and was most
successful in its endeavors. The first production in the
fall was L'The Late George Apley,', a comedy by John
Marquand and George S. Kaufman. The theatre group
also undertook the production of a musical, "Three
Penny Opera," with the help of the Peabody School
of Music. In the spring, the Shakespearean tragedy
of "Romeo and Juliet" was presented and the final
production of the year was an Irish play, "Juno and
the Paycockf' Both Cecil Jones and Bob Baldwin
demonstrated their ability in the direction and fine
scenery of these productions. A new addition this year
was the student-directed one act plays. It is hoped
that the group will continue to grow and entertain
ever larger audiences in the remodeled interior of the
Peabody-Vanderbilt Jazz Ensemble
Peabody School of Music Concert Band.
This year the Vanderbilt band really came of age.
The Marching Band entertained at the half time of
each home football game with a program of precision
marching and page-antry which demonstrated that the
goal of being recognized as one of the outstanding
bands of the Southeastern Conference may be accom-
plished in the not too distant future. Band members
also participated in pep rallies and played in the Bas-
ketball Pep Band. The Marching Band is a part of the
Joint Universities' effort to create a complete instru-
mental program for both Vanderbilt and Peabody Col-
lege which includes, in addition to the Marching Band,
the Concert Band and the Jazz Ensemble, each pre-
senting programs throughout the school year both on
and off campus.
IOINT UNWERSITIES BAND
Members of the 1966-67 Vanderbilt Marching Band are as
follows, alphabetically: Karen Archer, Claudia Badgett, Joy
Bailey, Wanda Ball, James Baxter, Charles Beaty, Gary Ber-
kenstock, Myra Boysen, Tommy Boze, Paul Bragg, Beverly
Branding, Dean Brown, Kirk Brown, Louis Brown, Rhea Bucy,
Bobby Butts, Ed Cameron, Rudy Carver, Elaine Clinkscales,
Bill Conway, Carol Crosslin, Michelle Davis, Jay Dawson,
Wayne Deason, Stokes Dickins, Lou DiGennaro, Sprigg Ebbert,
Franke Foote, Pete Fox, Charles Franklin, Barry Freedman,
John Fullerton, George Gaffney, Nikkie Girvin, Judy Gokel,
Lee Goldstein, Mark Grear, Libby Ham, Ray Harvey, Bill Har-
riss, Cherie Harwell, Douglass Henry, Speed Hopkins, Jim Hu-
stead, Sue Jay, Ben Jobe, Ann Johnson, Gary Johnston, Joe
Jones, Todd Jones, Frank Kirchner, Susan Krienke, Richard
Law, Larry Lee, John Legg, Janet Logan, Linda McFadyen,
David Melton, Robert Moses, Walter Murray, James Nation,
Richard Neill, Kathy Oliver, Mada Patterson, Mary Ann Payne,
Paul Plant, Linda Poplin, Frances Raber, Eberhard Ramm,
Bruce Ranney, George Recker, Frances Reed, Robert Reed,
Tom Rhea, Steve Rosenblatt, Buddy Shaw, Claudia Shaw,
David Sherwood, Diane Shupe, Bruce Smedley, Betsy Smith,
Harold Smith, Pete Smith, Craig Sprinkle, Carolyn Steger,
Lynn Stoner, Martha Suter, Allen Swift, Lewis Tandy, David
Thompson, Greg Umber, Dick Walton, Tommy Watts, Martha
Wessel, Bill Wheeler, Gayle Whitfield, Bill Wiggins, Andy Wil-
liams, Jane Williams, Terry Williams, Jim Wolfe, Russ Mays,
Drum Major, Tom Rich, Manager, Cooper Schley, Announcer.
First row: Bettie McDavid, Sally Marsalek, Olivia Stockard,
Conra Gandy, Jessie Klyce, Janis Holeman, Shelley Rosson,
Cyrus Daniel, Director, Judy Jackson, Carol Kirk, Mildred
Chastain, Louise Rocker, Diana Dauksch, Diane Wilder.
Second row: Judy Hull, Karen Lavely, Julie Hendrick,
Charlene Bell, Lucinda Hawes, Joan Elliston, Janis Slep-
icka, Ann Baker, Nancy Windrow, Marty Dell, Linda
Gronberg, Carol Kersting, Charlotte Fausett, Bonnie Tyler,
Third row: Patty Lewis, Diann White, Elaine Patterson,
Frances Grigsby, Marianne Andrews, Mary Beth Oliver,
Carolyn Selph, Karen Sirnonsen, Karen Richardson, Sandy
Brickell, Marjorie Lord, Beth Dankert. Fourth row: Joe
Vetter, Susan Holly, Janice Dickmann, Katy Barton,
Melanie Aalders, Marcia Gaarden, Barbara Frankenfield,
Pam Stevenson, Daisy Reese, Mark McCrackin, Dick Davis.
Fifth row: Jeff Schmitt, Jim Farrar, Mark Powers, Milner
Seifert, Moses Taylor, Richard Dempster, David Comperry,
Joe Katzel, Bill Bell, Pat Walker, Hoi Tan Doan, Cortland
McKee, Wayne Christeson.
OFFICERS: Milner Seifert, Business Manager, Cyrus Daniels, Director, Barbara Franken-
field, Publicity Chairman, Carol Kirk, President, Dick Davis, Librarian, Conra Gandy, Fall
Secretary, Diane Wilder, Wardrobe Mistress, Janis Holeman, Vice-President. Not Pictured:
Judy Hull, Spring Secretary.
A CAPELLA CHOIR
The A Capella Choir, directed by Cyrus Daniel, in
addition to providing an outlet for musical expression
for Vanderbilt students, performs several times during
the school year for the University and the Nashville
community. The choir's activities this year began with
the Christmas concert which was followed by the an-
nual spring concert, a spring tour to Chicago, and a
program at the Belmont Methodist Church in April.
First Row, Left to Right: Carol Kirk, Beth Dankert, Janice
Dickmann, Bettie McDavid, Shelley Rosson. Second Row:
Richard Dempster, Bill Bell, Dick Davis, Wayne Christeson.
MEN'S GLEE CLUB
The members of the Men's Glee Club have had an-
other successful year under the direction of Dr.
Daniel. The twenty men went on tours to Atlanta,
Chattanooga, Louisville, and Cincinnati in addition to
giving their Christmas and Spring concerts. Their
songs are as varied as their travels. Besides singing
classical and religious numbers, the Glee Club special-
izes in spirituals, Broadway tunes, popular songs and
First Row, Left to Right: Dr. Cyrus Daniel, Mark Mc- Chopin Dick Davis Third Row Randy McSwau1 Joe
Crackin, C. W. Fewel, Joe Vetter, Pete Evans, Jim Middle- Katzel Paul Watermulder Wayne Graham Jim Briten
hurst, Retta Eden. Second Row: Don Bailey, Brooks Sand- burg Eric Carlton
ers, Ted Rockwell, John Schwenker, Mark Salley, Walker
The newest organization on campus
is the Sports Car Club. This year,
under the leadership of President
Berkeley Merrill, the club has had
three rallies. The club is open to any
students who are interested in sports
cars and racing. The popularity of the
Sports Car Club, especially with the
Metro, has grown rapidly in its few
months of existence.
SPORTS CAR CLUB
First Row, Left to Right: Henry Van Der Ebb, Connie Williams, Cindy Leigh, Rich-
ard Moore, Dottie Ellis, Mike King, Berkeley Merrill, Bob Pryor, Bill Nelson. Second
Row: Terry Tibbot, Mac Shelton, Ken Garrison, Bill Swann, Parnell Jones, Art
First Row, Left to Right: Benny Waggoner, vice-president, Lipscomb, Judy Carmac-k, Mark Steele, Rickie Rhodarmer.
Bob Watson, president. Second Row: Nancy Manning, Sherry Fourth Row: Linda Russell, Woods Eastland, Rusty Garth, Ed
Gauthier, Bud Fischer, Ann Carter Parrish, Eunice Hewes, Schumacher, Lynn Gaarden, Bob Eager, Reiley Kidd, Sebri-
Kirk Starr. Third Row: Chuck Muckenfuss, Betsy Urban, Joe anne Wagnon, Ross Hicks, Leslie Johnson.
The Student Association has been headed for the
second year by the Board of Presidents, a form of gov-
ernment originated here in 1965. This year many ques-
tions have been raised about the rules and regulations
of student life. The committee on alcoholic beverages,
through the use of school-Wide questionnaires, indi-
vidual discussions, and informal debates, has investi-
gated the desirability of allowing alcoholic beverages
to be had in the dorms and at school-sponsored activi-
ties. Especially active was the comrnittee on parietal
hours. Their investigations ranged as far as the Duke
campus where they tried to evaluate the success of the
program of parietal hours there. The Course Evalua-
tion program was extended and computerized. Another
innovation this year was the all-campus Spring Week-
SA CABINET. First Row, Left to Right: Joe Burkett, Stu- Twente, Secretary of Public Relations, Jim Love, Secre
dent Activities Card Chairman, Rick Pennington, Attorney tary of International Affairs, Bill Meadows, Election Com
General, Lee Barfield, Secretary of Finance. Second Row: missionerg Bob Dinkelspiel, Secretary of Student Affairs.
Drake Boutwell, Secretary of Educational Affairs, George
The Honor Council has been an integral part of Van-
derbilt since classes began in 1875. Its goals and tradi-
tions are accepted here as a part of our way of life,
however, it is not something merely to be accepted and
forgotten. As Chancellor Heard has written:
"When a student cheats under this system, he is
not simply guilty of an isolated infraction of a rule,
as an individual who has broken his honor. He is also
guilty of an implied attack upon the honor of all. One
who cheats, in a group where all have given their
word not to cheat, is in reality attempting to use the
character of the great body of honorable persons as
a shield to hide his own transgressions."
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HONOR COUNCIL. First Row, Left to Right: Pat Graves, Jim
Wise, Linda Webber, Janie Ralston. Second Row: Sina
Craddock, Steve Moreland, Cheryl Mitchell, Fain Murphey,
Third Row: Gary Grable, Chip Hanes, Susie Farris, Karen
Standefer. Fourth Row: Greg Campbell, Bill Stearns, Clerk,
Herb Hamilton, Junith Smitherman. Fifth Row: Jerry
Smith, Wade Johnson, Perry Macdonald, Fred Warren,
Karin Cross. Sixth Row: Roz Frank, Secretary, John Mor-
land, Karen Cumbie, Ann Baldwin, Cracker Currie, Kevin
Grady, Seventh Row: Jim Middlehurst, Marshall McCallie,
First Semester President, Steve Hall, Second Semester
President, Tom Claiborne, Byron Charles, Bill Oakley.
First Row: H. L. Singer, Ken Wolfe, Jim Alexander, Rus-
sel Garth, Bill Dow, John Koon, John Weeter. Second
Row: Jerry Safer, Jim Rosenblatt, Max Michael, Robert
Ward, John York, Ed Baker, Fred Hunt, Ken Parrot.
With the assistance of Dean K. C. Potter, the Student
Court has again strived to demonstrate the desirability
of putting the campus government into student hands.
All disciplinary cases involving undergraduate men are
under the jurisdiction of the Student Court. It is to the
credit of all members that the Court functions as
quietly as it does. The result is an efficiency seldom
found in Vanderbilt student organizations.
W. S. G. A.
First Row, Left to Right: Dean Margaret Cuninggim, Ann Second Row: Betty Gray Keeling, Lynn Gaarden, Rickie
Carter Parrish, Linda Oxford, Charlotte Mayfield, Susan Rhodarmer, Judy Carmack, Ann Ward, Mary Graves,
Touchstone, Gail Hutchinson, Ann Kimball, Roz Frank. Ruth Fulton, Candy Cresswel1,Johnnita Harkins.
The Women's Student Government Association pro-
vides the basis of unity among all women at Vander-
bilt Whether they are arts and science, engineering, or
nursing students. Every undergraduate woman has an
opportunity to voice her opinions and oifer suggestions
through her class representative on the WSGA Coun-
cil, the various organizations to which she belongs, or
by means of the WSGA suggestion boxes in the dormi-
tories. In addition to its regular function of governing
and channeling a coordinated program for all Women
students, the Council sponsors various projects such
as an honor dormitory for select junior and senior
Women, the Nora Challin Scholarship Fund, and Par-
ents' Weekend. This year WSGA proposed a tive-day
long Student Exchange Program in which several coeds
visited other colleges and those institutions sent repre-
sentatives to the Vanderbilt campus.
First Row, Seated Left to Right: Ruth Saunders, Jackie
Mason, Susan Sill, Susan Smith, Martha Milford, Marion
Blalock, Carol Milton. Second Row, Standing: Margy Cald-
Standing, Left to Right: Evelyn Green, vice-presidentg
Sherry Gauthier, Catie Stone, Fay Wirth, secretary, Mari-
lynn Curtis. Seated: Ann Ward, president. Missing From
Picture: Cheryl Chiles, treasurer.
well, Linda Pettey, Cindy Callender, Ann Wallcer, Jan
Hartnett, Wendy Morriss, Karen Cumbie, Cathey Owen,
Anne Ramsey, Nancy Crook.
WOMEN 'S STANDARDS
The Women's Standards Committee, which is part
of the Women's Student Government Association, tries
to encourage and maintain high standards among all
Vanderbilt co-eds. It emphasizes individual discretion
and intelligence rather than strict obedience to a set
of rules. The suggestions of the Committee are merely
the expressions of the aggregate standards of indi-
viduals. In setting the pace for the TVCS, it sponsors
a fall and spring fashion show, Charm Week, which is
climaxed with the Harvest Ball, and monthly student-
faculty coffee hours. In addition, the Committee tries
to meet the needs of the co-eds by periodically selling
food late at night.
WOiMEN'S ADVISORY COUNCIL
First Row, Left to Right: Ann Carter Parrish, Bebe Selig, Helen Woodward, Eunice
Hewes, president, Margaret McClintock, secretary, Sherry Gauthier, treasurer,
Margie Schroeder, Susan Riley. Second Row: Susan Hagen, Barb Hay, Leigh
Shamblin, Janet Katz, Diane Footitt, Martha Hailey, Sara Anderson, Claire Laukhuf,
Nancy Goetzman. Third Row: Kaaren Hinson, Liz Markham, Jackie Mason, Pat
Kunze, Jane Van de Roovaart, Joan Wegman, Gloria Enochs, Charlene Bell, Mary
Graves, Joan McCarty.
The Woman's Advisory Council strives each year
during Orientation Week to instill in each new co-ed
an awareness of the various opportunities and chal-
lenges in all areas of Vanderbilt life. Each year the
Council sponsors fireside chats in the homes of pro-
fessors to promote student-faculty rapport. This year
the VVAC also entertained the professors and their fam-
ilies at the Branscomb Christmas Dinner. Active
throughout the year, these student advisors try to en-
courage new academic and social pursuits on the part
of new students and to provide every freshman girl
with an understanding friend who knows what being
a freshman is like.
First Row, Left to Right: Julia Malone, Pat Graves, Fain Murphey, Ginger Carrington, Mary McKenzie,
Kathy Hesse, Margaret Mitchell, Marcia Nightingale, Lyn Funkhouser, Roz Frank, Mary Blair Bash-
ford, Mary Dale Trabue. Second Row: Junith Smitherman, Junelle McGaw, Lynn Lonergan, Gay Ed-
wards, Dotty Lester, Lorraine Tremblay, Ruth Hill Fulton, Betsy Urban, Jeanie Nelson, Perry Mac-
donald, Linda Cooper, Penny Miller, Alice Stradley. Third Row: Holly Wiggins, Anne Ramsey, Ann
Ward, Evelyn Green, Linda Lipscomb, Sally Barlow, Lyn Bracewell, Karin Cross, Nancy Knox, Susan
Cramer, Linda Russell, Diane Welch, Barbara Cehan. Missing From Picture: Mary Ann Smith, vice-
Vucept is composed of a group of select
upperclassmen who attempt to provide the
incoming freshmen with an enthusiastic
and positive orientation toward the Uni-
t versity. Each Vuceptor is assigned about
' six freshmen advisees with whom he works
throughout the school year. This year
Vucept has continued to sponsor the Career
Seminars and the popular fireside chats,
informal visits with the professors by small
groups of students. Each Vuceptor tries to
acquaint his advisees with Vanderbilt and
with its traditions and rules, but more im-
portantly a Vuceptor is a friend who can
understand the problems of a freshman
because he has been through his own fresh-
man year not too long ago.
Members of VUCEPT for 1966-67 are as follows, alpha-
betically: Reiley Kidd, Chairman, Jim Alexander, James
H. Landon, Jim H. Henderson, Gordon T. Corlew, Joe
W. Burkett, Kenneth I. Miller, Jerry Steinberg, Board
of Governors, Michael L. Allen, James O. Baldwin, James
H. Banks, David C. Beavers, Robert L. Beckmann, Jr.,
Bill Gene Bell, Walter Berman, Stephen M. Bevil, Charles
K. Billings, Donald W. Boulden, William Bourland, Donald
E. Bowles, Charles R. Boyd, Robert K. Brown, John
Bruno III, W. Roger Burge, Gregory S. Campbell, Thomas
J. Campbell, Paul Campbell III, Frank P. Cantwell, Jr.,
Thomas S. Clairborne, David Robert Clemmons, Charles
C. Coddington, Dennis Martin Corbly, Jr., Ed Cox, Lucian
Davis, Robert H. Davis, Jr., James E. Delker, Richard
Dicter, Thomas Foster Dodson, William W. Dow, George
S. Dragnich, Robert C. Eager, Gerald A. Emison, Bev
Evans, John E. Everett, David Fargo, Cyle Ferguson,
Clifton W. Fewel III, Fred A. Fischer, Russell Y. Garth,
Jeffrey S. Gordon, Gary R. Grable, Kevin Emmett Grady,
Carl David Graefiin, Lee David Goldstein, Leonard Howard
Goldstein, John Thomas Goodgame, Jr., James M. Heis-
kell, Jr., Jon Housholder, Al Hubbard, James Robert
Humphreys, Tom Jones, Irvin A. Kaufman, Ben Kibler,
Mike King, Rich King, Edward Kleiner, Paul Kossman,
John Lea, Chris Madigan, Wiley H. Maiden, Lowell F.
Martin, John Martiniere, Jr., Patrick Maxwell, Jack Mc-
Kay, Terry P. Medlin, Thomas N. Meriwether, Max Mich-
ael III, Jim R. Middlehurst, Tom Mirguet, Roger Moister,
David Charles Montiel, Michael William Moore, Steve
Moreland, John Cowan Morland, Albert W. Morriss, Jr.,
Chuck Muckenfuss, Wallace R. Nelms, Jr., William Odell,
Lynn D. Ozier, Marvin H. Palmer, Geoffrey S. Parker,
Ronald M. Pettus, Richard L. Pennington, William M.
Petrie, James B. Pressly, Jr., James F. Puckett, Ross Alan
Rainwater, Richard A. Reamer, Christopher L. Rigg, Ar-
nold D. Rosenfield, Philip Russ, Sam Sadler, Richard
B. Sadnett, Edward Schumacher, Robert D. Segall, Lee
M. Sessions, Jr., Eugene B. Shanks, Jr., John Slater, Lance
Spalding, James Sprott, Kirk N. Starr, William A. Stearns,
John A. Stemmler, Kurt Strasser, William R. Strout,
Frank C. Thomas, Dewitt Thompson, John G. Treitz,
Kenneth G. Tucker, Samuel D. Turner, George Twente,
Pace Van Devender, Thomas Capell Walker, Jr., William
Q. Weiss, Jim Whiteside, James Carroll Wilkes, Stephen
D. Williamson, Jim Wise, Mark R. Wolf, S. Kenneth Wolfe,
Marc A. Wood, Marshall Wood, Bernard Dow Yomtov,
William Holmes Meadows.
The Women's Residence Halls Council, under the ju-
risdiction of the Women's Student Government Asso-
ciation, is the executive, legislative, and judicial body of
all women residents. Working closely with the As-
sistant Dean of Women, it attempts to promote under-
standing of matters pertaining to the students. lt exer-
cises its policies through the President's Board. The
"Hanging of the Green," sponsored at Christmas time
by the Council, is an important part of the campus
observation of the holiday season.
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First Row, Left to Right: Mary Fitch, Roz Frank, vice-
presidentg Judy Carmack, president, Lyn Bracewell, sec-
retary-treasurerg Marcia Floyd, Suzanne Bible, Betsy
Martin, Leslie Laird, Janace Grant, Jackie Adams, Ann
McCallister, Barbara Wilson, Babs Beacham, Junelle Mc-
Gaw, Janet Katz. Second Row: Tay Rogers, Helen Wood-
ward, Nancy Anderegg, Evelyn Green, Glenn Ellen Hayes,
Nancy Knox, Becky Montgomery, Missing From Picture:
Sally Barlow, Susan Butterfield, Mary Lou Holt, Barbara
Roller, Jackie Thompson, Susan Weitzel, Carol Williams,
Perry Macdonald, Anne Duncan, Ruth Fulton, Gloria
Enochs, Ellen Smith.
First Row. Left to Right: Sue Eufemia, Faye Silverman, Bivans, vice-presidentg Betty Gray Keeling, presidentg
Francie Raber, Ann Jeryl Martin, treasurerg Dale Meanley,
secretary. Second Row: Connie Cannon, Janie Scott, Janet
Nuclians, the organization for independent under-
graduate women, offers its members the opportunity
to participate in various campus activities. As a group
they enter intramural sports, Homecoming events and
are eligible for Lotus Eaters, Athenians, Mortar Board,
Miss Commodore, and Homecoming Queen. In the fall
the Nuclians have a coke party and present a skit to
inform the new coeds about the opportunities offered
by the organization. They sell doughnuts in the
Women's Quadrangle during the fall as a money-
making project. The Nuclians combine their independ-
ence with group membership which enables them to
participate actively in Vanderbilt campus life.
Diann White, chaplain.
MEN 'S RESIDENCE HALLS
Since the construction of Carmichael Towers, many
of Vanderbilt's rules regarding consumption of alcohol
and visits from members of the opposite sex in the
dorms have come under close scrutiny, because the
Towers are so conducive to entertaining guests. As a
result of this re-evaluation, a committee was formed
to investigate and suggest changes to improve the so-
cial situation in the dorms. It will be the duty of the
lVIen's Residence Halls Council to uphold and enforce
whatever new rules are made in the process of making
the upperclass men's residences a place not only to
work, but also to live.
Jed Delker, Jimmy Stewart, Marvin Palmer, Vice Presi-
dent, Pacelan Devender, John Bruno, Secretary-Treasurer
John Weeter, President.
ERESHMEN MEN 'S RESIDENCE HALLS
First Row, Left to Right: Fred Hunt, Steve King, Brent
Hughes. Second Row: Gib Edson, Eric Dierks.
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Who starts the poor unguided freshman on his right-
ful path of conduct in the dorms? The Freshman Men's
Residence Halls Council does, and helps take a burden
of discipline from the upperclass Residence Halls
Council. It also sponsors such events as Freshman
Weekend and the crowning of Mr. and Miss Freshman,
who enjoy regal fame on the campus.
Front Row Cleft to rightjz Jack Stringham, Sherry Back Row: Jim Landon, John Lea, Rickie Rho'
Gauthier, Linda Russell, Margie Schroeder, darmer, John York, Gordon Corlew, Frye- Gail
Chuck Muckenfuss, Mary Lee Hunter, Janet Katz. lard, Jim Henderson.
IMPACT '67, the weekend symposium on topics of
national significance, continued to expand its activities
this year. The total program consisted of a series of
lectures each followed by a question and answer
period, a magazine of the symposium, and a luncheon.
Beginning early in the fall semester Chairman Bob
Eager and his Advisory Committee began securing
speakers and planning the topic, "The Individual in
American Society? Committee members lost plenty
of sleep and nerves were on edgeg but, when April 7-8
finally arrived, the many, many individuals who had
worked to make IMPACT '67 a success saw their
Front Row Cleft to rightj: Jane Wyatt, Kathy Thiel, Nan-
cy Manning, Amanda Griffin, Mary Dale Trabue. Back
Row: Bob Eager, Lee Barfield, Jack Pratt, Paul Kessman,
First Row, Left to Right: Karen Rinardo, Nancy Manning,
Judy Carmack. Second Row: Don Bowles, Bob Thompson,
Bobby Segall, Gilbert Johnston.
The Vanderbilt Forum is one of the most ambitious
of all student-directed programs on campus. Under the
direction of Nancy Manning, it brought Sir Robert
Menzies, former Prime Minister of Australia, to Van-
derbilt to speak in the fall. The Harold S. Vanderbilt
Lecturer for this year was Under-Secretary of Defense,
Cyrus Vance. Other prominent speakers on diversihed
subjects concerning science, education, and political
affairs were also presented under the sponsorship of
The 1966-67 Debate Team provided an opportunity
for students interested in speech to compete in inter-
collegiate debate tournaments and to continue develop-
ing their forensic ability. The club sponsors a local
chapter of Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha, the
national honorary speech fraternity for students who
have participated in intercollegiate speech competition
for at least two years and are in the upper third of
their class. This year the Vanderbilt Debate Team rep-
resented the University in ten tournaments including
competition at the Air Force Academy, Northwestern
University, and Harvard University as well as various
schools in the South. In addition, the Club sponsors
annually the Vanderbilt Invitational Debate Tourna-
ment, which was held the first weekend in January this
year with twenty-four schools from all over the United
Charles Ivie, President, Dr. Randall Fisher, Rickie Rhodarmer
First Row, Left to Right: Charles Serritt, Rickie Rhod- Wood, Charles Ivie, Joe Blount, Jack Pratt, Ralph Kirk
armer, Pamela Owens, Nancy Bateman, Richard Stark. endall, Assistant Director of Forensics, Dr. Randall
Second Row: Roger Reed, Phil Farr, Tom Graves, Marc Fisher, Director of Forensics.
VISA, the Vanderbilt International Student Associa-
tion, is only five years old, but it has added an impor-
tant element to campus life. By offering a basis for
communication and friendship, VISA provides students
of all nationalities represented on the Vanderbilt
campus an opportunity to increase their mutual under-
standing. VISA carries on a variety of social activities
and projects including picnics, parties, and special
tours. The highlight of this year's program was the
International Fair held during Parents' Weekend. Stu-
dents set up booths to display the art work, handcrafts,
literature, and native dress of their various countries.
First Row, Left to Right: Mariano Alierta, vice-
presidentg Ellen Libbey, member-at-largeg Becky
Oxford secretary. Second Row: Javier Gisbert,
treasurer, Hoi Tan Doan, president.
First Row, Left to Right: Kirk Starr, President, Barbara
Roller, Secretaryg Bob Davis, Vice President. Second Row:
Suzanne Mahany, Mike Spain, John Stuart, Coddy Cod-
dington, Randy Herman, Ridley Moorman, Treasurerg
John Slater, Carol Carter. Missing From Picture: Tam
Basketball season seems to be the highlight of school
spirit, but the Committee on Student Athletic Affairs
must strive to maintain this spirit throughout the year.
Pep rallies and bonfires are in the order of events for
football season, and the CSAA also sponsors the tra-
ditional beanie sales to the incoming freshmen, the
election of the cheerleaders and Mr. Commodore, and
the annual presentation of the Dr. Jim Robbins Award.
This year the CSAA established the practice of send-
ing telegrams with the names of all willing students
to the basketball team while playing important games
away from home. They also officially adopted a new
basset hound, Samantha, as mascot to fill the warmly
felt spot left by George.
The popular Sailing Club, now in its fifth year, seeks
to promote sailing and racing as intercollegiate sports.
The club meets every weekend at Harbor Island on
Old Hickory Lake or takes off to other southeastern
schools for regattas. Twice a month the group holds
an interclub regatta between the skippers within the
Vanderbilt Sailing Clubg in addition, the members
gather once a week for classroom instruction and a
general business meeting. As a climax to a year of
sailing and partying, the club took a trip to the Ba-
hamas during spring break where they island hopped
aboard a British brigatine sloop for five days.
First Row, Left to Right: Suzie Schlegel, Second Row:
Kathy Green, Cara Snyder. Third Row: Dale Meanley,
Judy Heffron, Cindi Vogel. Fourth Row: Noralyn Warren,
Linda Tillman, Nancy Sweet, Ann Baker. Fifth Row:
Karen Triplett, Sue Robbins, Jenny Robinson, Mary
Margaret Oliver, Cheryl Mitchell. Sixth Row: Beckye
Brackman, Suzanne Mahany, Helen Haltom.
Unknown to most of their fellow Vanderbilt
students, the members of the Vanderbilt Wom-
en's Aquatic Club practiced all year for their
spring water show. Their sponsor, Nancy
Stokes, directed and coordinated the numbers
in the show, and once again the show was a
The theme for the 1967 show was "The Pool
of Favorite Fables." The girls, in gay colored
costumes, swam with professional precision to
such fables as 'The Wizard of Oz," "The Stead-
fast Tin Soldier," "Hansel and Gretel and the
Witch," 'Tale of Two lVIandarins," and "The
First Row, Left to Right: Steve Stinson, Projects Vice
President, Charles Duncan, President, Pink Folmar, Social
Chairman, Dave Fargo, Treasurer, Jim Middlehurst,
Pledging Vice President, Dudley Johnson, Historian, Gene
Kinnard, Craig Reynolds, Mike Allen, John Lea, Cyle
Ferguson, Executive Vice President, Philip Pfeifer, Ad-
visor. Second Row: Dennis Bass, Curry McMurry, Alton
Odum, Shawn Saavedra, Jim Banks, Recording Secretary,
Chris Madigan, Tom Cowan, Melvin Blevins, Sol Putzel.
Third Row: Bill Akin, Jerry Loomis, Ross Hicks, Andy
Jackson, Steve Gibson, Joe V. Williams, Al Draper, Mike
Watson, Al Case, Bedford Walters, Richard Hardy, Robert
Dalton, John Seward. Fourth Row: Robert Green, Mike
Shane, Bob Cole, Steve Flohr, Craig Cooper, Joey Camp-
bell, Oz Finne, Bill Snow, Chuck Powell, Fred McPhail,
Ken Garrison, John Raggio, Steve Burnham, Lt. Jack
Stevens, Chairman of the Advisory Committee.
Vampire-like eyes on a sanguine background Ccom-
plete with cobwebj ghoulishly opened the Alpha Phi
Omega blood drive for the Red Cross this year, the
fifth successful one of the campaign. APO is a national
service fraternity and each year it lives up to its goal
of providing the impetus behind many functions as
career guidance and IMPACT. In a more concrete vein,
it furnished an APO shuttle to the airport during the
G A A Gamma Beta Phi is a national service fraternity
whose chapter at Vanderbilt is one of the newer organi-
zations on campus. The membership is open to any
student with at least a 1.5 average. Gamma Beta Phi
tries to raise the money to sponsor scholarships in its
name for those students who need them.
First Row, Left to Right: Denny Brewington, Presidentg vins Belvins, Lorraine Tremblay, Scott Fitzgerald, Ginger
Retta Eden, Secretary, David Sayers, Treasurer. Second Blume, John Raggio, Sherry Hopper, David Beard, Mary
Row: Meredith Tucker, Robert Moore, Dale Meanley, Mel- McKay, Pete Evans.
First Row, Left to Right: Brad Edgerton, Greg Faith, Bob
Stahlkuppe, Ken Wolfe, Tom Claiborne, Landon Anderson.
Second Row: Al Hubbard, Donald Kirby, Edwin Cox, John
McFarlane, Carlton Currie, Whit Morris, Bev Evans, Tom
SKULL AND BONES
Qualified pre-medical students seeking guidance and
financial aid have found the Skull and Bones Society
quite helpful in furnishing both. Since its founding in
1921 by Dr. E. E. Reinke, the society has assisted
hundreds of pre-medical students through loans for
schooling, provided they have a 1.8 average at the com-
pletion of two semesters of work at Vanderbilt. The
purpose of this organization is to create an interest
in medical education and medical practice. Diverse
lectures are given by recognized men in various medi-
First Row, Left to Right: John Raggio, Rick Arendale,
Roland Gray, Jim McGuire, James Booth, Jim Veach,
Arthur Rosenblatt, Ralph Barr, Second Row: Randy Preis-
sig, Zachary Goodman, Charles Duncan, Victor Davis,
Goodgame, John Slater.Third Row: Pat Walker, Mike
Dawson, Doug Biggs, Bernard Kemple, Charles Shane,
Jim Alexander, William Markey.
Albert Davis, Charles Campbell, Ted Casey, Bob Wilson.
Third Row: Manny Doyne, Ken Haile, Proctor Anderson,
Reiley Kidd, Jay Popp, Steve Barnham.
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1UN1oR BAR Assoc1AT1oN
Since Vanderbilt requires no definite pre-law course
to be followed by undergraduate students, the Junior
Bar Association is extremely helpful and important
in furnishing aid and guidance for aspiring legal talents.
Through its activities, the Junior Bar exposes its mem-
bers to the elements of the profession. Highlighting
the year were the appearances of many distinguished
First Row, Left to Right: Richard Scott, Charles Bone, Bill
Berry, Paul Beemer, Carter S. Chapman, Richard Kalb,
Allen Holbrook, Thomas Reed, Todd Jones, Joe Williams,
Allen Case. Second Row: Hauy Nixou, William Ordway,
Thomas Walker, Deward Foster, John Seward, Lee Bar-
field, David O'Connor, Joe O,Brien, Kevin Grady. Third
Row: Joe Greenlee, secretary-treasurerg Horace Johns,
presidentg Norman Bradley, vice-president.
The name Young Democrats implies the purpose
of this club. It is for any student who is of Demo-
cratic affiliation or sympathy and wishes to further
his interest. The members of the Young Democrats
were active in the elections this fall and support the
Democratic party at all times.
First Row, Left to Right: Carolyn Lee, Sec-
retary, Richie Rhodarmer, Women's Vice
President. Second Row: Steve Smith, Vice
Presidentg Charles Bone, Presidentg Denny
The aspiring young executives of the Investment
Club attend regular meetings, at which there are
speakers from the investment field. Discussions follow
the speakers' talks. The purpose is to acquaint the
members with further knowledge in stock dealings
and investment analysis.
First Row, Left to Right: Jim
Rosenblatt, vice-president, Por-
ter Stark, presidentg Earl Henry,
treasurer. Second Row: Dan
Bing, Wally Nixon, Allen Jones,
Ed Hyde, Bill Ferguson, Phil
Bando, Byron Cooley. Third
Row: Don Wolfson, John Peden,
Charles Peterson, Charlie Post,
Edward Swabb, Dale Burton,
A. S. M.
The Vanderbilt Student Chapter of the
American Society for Metals is a relatively
young organization in the Materials Sci-
ence Division of the Engineering School.
Its purposes are to stimulate student in-
terest in the latest scientific and engineer-
ing developments in the field of metals
and engineering materials, to offer inspira-
tion through contact with nationally known
speakers on metallurgical subjects, and to
familiarize students with the professional
attractions of a career in metallurgical
research or production.
First Row: Tom Tilhnan, Larry Huey, Dilip Chaudhuri, Ray Buchanan, Walter
Curfman, Ronnie Buchanan, Joe Scardina. Second Row: Collins Andrews, Russ
Kitchell, Del Hughey, Dr. James Wert, Mike Hilley, Bill Webb, Dr. Robert Good-
rich. Third Row: David Early, Charles Sutherland, Mike Moore, Tom Jennings,
First Row: C. E. Moore, Martin J. McLean, Richard L. Andrews, George Burke,
Robert Candler. Second Row: David G. Brooks, Robert L. Brown, M. L. Bray, Peter
W. Martin, Michael R. Kanne.
S. A. M. E.
The Society of American Military
Engineers is designed to acquaint its
members with all aspects of engineer-
ing in the Army and Navy. This stu-
dent post of the national chapter works
toward its goal by having a speaker
once a month and by taking field trips
to such places as the Percy Priest Dam
project. In addition, they enter a pro-
ject in the Engineering Open House
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A. I. CH. E.
In order to acquaint Vanderbilt engi-
neering students with actual professional
engineering practice, the student afliliate
chapter of the American Institute of Chem-
ical Engineers at Vanderbilt has sponsored
lectures, trips, and movies on the social
as well as the technical areas of the pro-
fession. In addition, the chapter holds vari-
ous parties and picnics to provide both
social and professional activities for its
A. S. C. E.
In structuring future civil engineers,
goals, the Vanderbilt student chapter of
the American Society of Civil Engineers
attempts each year to present programs
dealing with current problems and fields
of particular interest to civil engineering.
The members have enjoyed speakers from
many state public service departments, as
well as special guests prominent in their
First Row: Ray Hunter, President, Anne Bowe, Secretary, Newt Williams, Jim
Baldwin, John Ackley, Tommy Hooten. Second Row: David Moran, Melvin Roth-
berg, M. Byron Charles, Bill Corbett, Vice President, James Haile.
First Row: Steve Hall, Jerry Emison, James Pinkerton, James Myers, Professor
C. F. Devilbiss. Second Row: John Koon, Mike Morris, Ronald Crutcher, Charles
Gilbert. Third Row: Lynn Ozier, Joe Benedict, Charles Stewart, Robert Plummer.
Fourth Row: Jim Banks, Dan Brame, Robert Hall, Jack Horner, Rick Loudermilk.
Fifth Row: Jim Andrews, Mike Apple, Steve Belts, Bill Wood.
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The Vanderbilt student branch of the
Institute of Electricial and Electronic Engi-
neers is one of many in the country'S
engineering schools. Founded in 1963, this
group holds weekly meetings with frequent
lectures given by electrical engineers. The
Vanderbilt branch of the I.E.E.E. encour-
ages and participates in meetings with
other southeastern colleges.
A. S. M. E.
This student chapter of the American
Society of Mechanical Engineers is an
organization which seeks to promote an
interest in engineering in a practical rather
than an academic sense. The A.S.M.E.'s
functions are oriented toward engineering
as a profession. Reflecting this goal are
the guest speeches of practicing engineers
and frequent visits to industrial concerns
in the Nashville area.
MEMBERS. Joe W. Demic, Chairmang Charles Moore, Vice Chairman,
Robert Hewgley, Secretary, Rick Berquist, Treasurer, Kenneth Agee, Ga-
briel Aya, Stephen Ayers, Joseph Bagley, James Beakley, Philip Becker,
Ro-nnie Bell, Don Bouldin, Edward Bowen, Jack Brush, Dale Burton, Mi-
chael Caldwell, Darrell Campbell, Mark Carden, William Chamberlin, Peter
Chang, James Cheshire, David Condra, Charles Cook, Dean De Meyer,
Frank Dahlinger, Anne Duncan, William Dunker, James Foster, James R.
Foster, Jr., George Gilbert, Michael Giltner, Henry Griffith, Harold Hagar,
Walter Hayden, Jim Heiskell, W. J. J. Hoge, Paul Hyman, James Jackson,
Howard Johnston, Alice Jones, Ed Kleiner, Earl Le Det, Godfrey Lue, Bu-
ford Malone, Vernon Mimms, Richard Moody, Donald Murphey, Hugh Nash,
Ira Norman, James Odum, Ted Oliver, Samuel O'Neal, James Onstott,
James Owen, John Martiniere, Donald Pelster, Joseph Poliakon, Ronnie
Powell, Michael Richardson, Calvin Romans, Judith Rouse, John Scott,
Douglas Smith, Tommy Sowell, Custis Stamp, Charles Starks, William
Stutts, Douglas Tipton, Edward Turner, Martin VanBrauman, James Vin-
son, Joseph Wadle, Robert Walden, Robert Watson, George Weant, Francis
Wells, Larry White, James Wise, William Wood, Robert Work, Wellington
First Row: Russell Johnson, A. D. Donnelly, Alvin Fox, Carter Chapman,
Robert Brown, David Palmer, William Hill, Frank Dieli. Second Row: W. F.
Wright, Advisor, Dennis Finn, Philip Bologna, William Brown, John Bar-
calow, Peter Martin, K, O. E. Tschaepe. Third Row: Martin McLean, John
M. Buchanan, James Teal, Henry Swats, Paul Russell.
ner- '.rahz.'w'aQ ivrcwggym' or
The Newman Club serves as the parish for Vander-
bilt University's Catholic students. Socially, it invites
students to attend bi-weekly discussions and partici-
pate in different functions including ice-skating, danc-
ing, guitar-playing and just relaxing. During Lent
there is Mass every day at five olclock and regularly
on Sunday mornings throughout the year. Graduate
students and professors are encouraged to participate
in discussions on varying topics.
First Row, Left to Right: Susan Bertram, Frank De-
Long, Kathy Krulac. Second Row: Laurie Schafstall,
Jeannie Sutherland, Joe Cleary. Third Row: Charlie
Suggs, Sue Ross, Jo Ann Dotson. Fourth Row: Drew
Brant, Teal Bradley, Kathy Ryan, Mary Agnes Rohrer.
Fifth Row: Patty Semmes, Ann Lennon.
Hillel, the Jewish college student organization, is
both a cultural and a religious group. Its membership
is composed of students from all area colleges who
meet for fellowship and social activities, as well as
worship. Dinner meetings are held once a month and
special programs on interesting and timely subjects
are arranged for most holidays. Hillel's objective is
to provide an atmosphere in which Jewish college
students can share in religious, social, and service
First Row, Left to Right: Dr. Asher Farhi,
Advisor, Dr. Dave Sacks, Ed Zeitlin, External
Vice President, Gail Stern, Presidentg Mo-
nique Scheni, Service Chairman, Marilyn
Weinstein, Membership, Norman Sandfield,
Internal Vice President. Second Row: Doug
Allen, Lee Goldstein, Adria Eisenkramer,
Betty Zyskinx, Janet Rappaport, Sharon
Hawkins, Faith-Susan Stein, Drama Chair-
man, Myra Axel. Third Row: Joel Weintraub,
Robert Klein, Publicity Chairman, Russell
Smith, Charles Sandmel, Neal Borovitz, Marc
SCA GENERAL CABINET. First Row, Left to Right: Carol
Olert, Martha Waller, Eva Matthews, Martha Smith. Sec-
ond Row: Roger Moister, Tommy Stephens, Jane Wyatt,
Chris Jones, Jon Housholder. Third Row: Dave Fargo,
Ann Newman, John York, David Hyatt, Curry McMurry.
Fourth Row: Bill Odell, Nancy Bateman, Chuck Sullivan,
Nancy Knox, Sam Sadler, Randy Herman.
The Student Christian Association is open to all
Vanderbilt students. Now firmly established in its
new house, the SCA has continued the challenging
program it began last year. In addition to the bi-weekly
class luncheon programs, the weekend retreats, and
chapel services, the CONTACT program has continued
with renewed interest and support. CONTACT offers
students the opportunity to hear the Vanderbilt pro-
fessors discuss subjects of interest and to question and
talk with the faculty members. This program has
fostered student-faculty relations and boosted the
enthusiasm for the SCA. The organization also sponsors
many projects to serve the community as well as the
campus. With the growth and expansion on the Van-
derbilt campus the SCA has proved to be a meaning-
ful organization which can move with and influence
SCA SENIOR CABINET. First Row, Left to Right: Chuck
Sullivan, Evelyn Green, Dudley Johnson, Sherry Gauthier,
Alan Gorrell, Phyllis Miller. Second Row: Nancy Goetz-
man, Dave Fargo, Ann Newman, Chris Jones.
FRESHMAN CABINET. Seated: Elsie Vance, Martha JUNIOR CABINET. Seated: Diane Davis, Curry McMurry,
Smith. Standing: Marianne Bieser, John Blackman, Pam Ted Overman, Rich King, John York, Martha Waller
Trautman. Standing: Randy Herman, Tommy Stephens, Eddie Baker
SOPHOMORE CABINET. Seated: Suzanne Smith, Nancy
Knox. Standing: Jon Housholder, Bob Thompson, Frank
Bolling, Dan Hagaman, Tom Bailey, Johnny Hughes.
BSU EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. Left to Right: Linda Collins, Sec-
retary, E. G. Cline, Service Chairman, Virginia Wilson,
The Baptist Student Union offers an opportunity
for all Vanderbilt students, regardless of their re-
ligious affiliation, to participate in a wide variety of
social activities and service projects. This year the
BSU has sponsored several service projects with men-
tally retarded and delinquent children. Every day the
Center is open for a sandwich lunch and a brief noon-
day devotional. In addition, the students gather twice
a week for a vespers program. Whether it is a party,
a picnic, an open-house after a ball game, or just an
interesting discussion, the BSU can provide something
for all students.
PARIETAL HOURS COMMITTEE. Left to Right: Marvin Palmer, Judy Carmack
Steve Smith, John Weeter.
COURSE EVALUATION COMMITTEE, Left to Right: Roger Moister, Joan Talley,
Jim Landon, Bill Weiss, Joey Campbell, Carol Mooney, Bill Thurman.
COMMITTEE ON ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. Left to Right: Jerry Safer, Carol Olert, Chuck
Muckenfuss, Sharon Maginnis, Bill Weiss, Steve Smith, Jeanie Nelson, Rusty
The editors and staff of the 1967 COMMODORE wish to ex-
press their appreciation to the HUSTLER, the NASHVILLE
BANNER, the NASHVILLE TENNESSEAN, the Vanderbilt
News Bureau, and the photography staff without whose help
this yearbook would never have been completed. The photo-
graphers worked long hours taking pictures in every conceive-
able place at every possible time, in addition, they spent count-
less nights in the darkroom developing and printing pictures
for these 452 pages besides innumerable others that the editors
Although it is impossible to give credit for every photograph,
the staff especially wishes to thank John Wilkison for the art
work that appears on the division pages, and Russell Ray,
Charles Hewgley, Terrill Parker, Mike Scardino, Winfred
Anderson, Chris Madigan, Dick Dempster, and Richard Moore
for their efforts.
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Col. Robert L. Crouch, Professor of Military Science, and Cadet
Paul Russell, Commander of the Cadet Battalion.
CADET BATTALION STAFF. First Row: Cadet Lt. Col. Paul
T. Russell, Jr., Battalion Commander, Cadet Maj. Urey W.
Alexander, Jr., Executive Oflicer. Second Row: Cadet Maj.
Richard L. Andrews, Adjutant, Cadet Capt. James H. Landon,
S-2, Cadet Capt. Gilbert E. Johnston, S-35 Cadet Capt. R.
Bryan Heatherwick, S-4.
ARMY R. O. T. C.
The Vanderbilt Battalion of the Army Reserve
Officers Training Corps has, since its establishment
in 1954, become an integral part of the University.
The purpose of R.O.T.C. is to provide the Regular
Army with Commissioned Lieutenants who have re-
ceived, along with an undergraduate degree, a thorough
indoctrination in the elements of military strategy and
operations necessary to make them superior officers.
In addition to classroom and leadership exercises, the
unit offers such extra-curricular activities as Band,
a Drill Team, a Counterguerilla platoon, a rifle team,
and a fencing team. Enrollment for the past year was
CADET BATTALION STAFF. Cadet lst Lt. John W.
Parker, III, Asst. S-2, Cadet lst Lt. Robert W. Candler,
Jr., Asst. S-3, Cadet lst Lt. Michael R. King, Asst. S-25
Cadet lst Lt. Charles C. Gilbert, III, Asst. S-4.
CADRE: First Row: Maj. James E. Cashwell, Jr., Asst. Robert R. Blankenshipg SFC Layard L. Durham,
PMSQ Col. Robert L. Crouch, Jr., Professor of Military MSG James R. Sneedg SSG Emmey M. Edwards, SGT
Science, Maj. Lawrence B. Owens, Jr., Asst. PMSg Arthur E. Smith, Jr.
Maj. Noel D. Gregg, Asst. PMS. Second Row: SGM
BAND. First Row: L. D. Ozier, Platoon Leader. Second Row: C, S. Runnion, III
C. S. Higgins, Jr., J. A. Draper, Jr., W. B. Waters. Third Row: W. L. Vechiomie, L. F
Wright, III, K. B. Simonis, W. O. Fouch, Jr. Fourth Row: R. A. Reed, A. E. Piatt
C. R. Schmidt, D. J. Johnson.
SPONSORS. Left to Right: Miss Suzanne Smith, Miss
Mary Kay King, Miss Martha Askins, Miss Ricki, Rhod-
armer, Miss Joanne Fleming, Miss Susanne Mahany, Miss
Marshall Hackett, Miss Babs Beacham.
Chancellor Alexander Heard accepts
the painting of Lt. Settlemire from
Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Settlemire.
On February 25, 1967, the Senior
Classroom in the Army R.O.T.C.
building was dedicated to lst Lt.
William D. Settlemire, the first
Vanderbilt graduate to die in the
Vietnam War. Settlemire, who Was
awarded the Purple Heart and the
Silver Star for gallantry in combat,
was active in the R.O.T.C. program
as an undergraduate and served as
a Company Commander during his
During the dedication ceremony,
Lt. Settlernire's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter L. Settlemire, pre-
sented to the University a painting
of their son which has been placed
in the classroom.
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COUNTERGUERRILAS. First Row: R. H. Brockwell, C. D. J. Mackay, I. L. Smith, R. C. Oldham, Jr., T. R. Shep-
H. Covington, H. A. Scott, M. E. Davis, R. A. Ellis, B. H. herd, D. M. Brandt, R. L. Wilson, T. W. Stephens, J. L.
Long, F. W. DeLong, III. Second Row: T. N. Meriwether, Jakobik.
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"Say down there, do you suppose you could slack
up a little on the rope?u
"Let's see now . . . was it left over right or
right over left?',
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R. A. Rainwater, D.
G. Brooks, J. R. Se-
ward, E. E. Wallis,
P. T. McGee, O. K.
Gratzol, C. W. Fair-
cloth. Second Row:
J. W. Schwenker, W.
K. Graham, P. W.
Jewig, R. E. Fraser,
C. Exner, S. R. Dud-
ley. Third Row: G.
N. Martin, C. F. Car-
michael, F. M. Wil-
liams, F. Babes, O.
Knox. Fourth Row:
R. L. McCathern, J.
E. Monroe, D. K.
McGowan, O. W.
Brackman, J. C. Jac-
obs, W. L. Dumas.
"Yeah, and I swear the sign on the truck said
'Rand Hall Catering Service'!',
RIFLE TEAM: First
Row: W. W. Burnett,
Jr., F. W. Thomp-
son, R. P. Jahn, C.
D. Shusky, L. R.
Ahern, B. R. Akin.
Second Row: Major
Noel D. Gregg,
Coach, D, E. Mott,
J. L. Wescot, E. P.
Anderson, G. B.
Briggs, R. L. Som-
ers, C. O. Finne, Sgt.
Arthur E. Smith,
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NAVY R. O. T. C.
The purpose of the NROTC program at Vander-
bilt is to train Midshipmen to be competent leaders,
eligible for commissioning as Naval oiiicers upon
graduation. As students, Midshipmen must meet the
R. C. McEwen, Cdr. USN, Executive Officer
academic requirements of Vanderbiltg but they must
also be prepared to meet both the academic and mili-
tary requirements of a Naval officer. The NROTC pro-
gram prepares undergraduates for the military service
in the classroom, on the drillfield, on summer cruises,
and in a variety of extracurricular activities.
W. C. Drumwright T. E. DeWitt, Lt., USN J. E. Stevens, Lt., USN D. K. Smith, LCDR, USN T. A. Fowler, Lt., USN
L. A. Sluss E. R. Doersam R. E. Hawkins J. P. Scarcelli J. W. Overfelt
S!Sgt., USMC GMCS, USN QMC, USN SKC CSSJ, USN YNC, USN
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MIDSHIPMEN STAFF OFFICERS
First Row: H. Q. Radcliffe, Battalion Commander. Second
Row: T. A. French, Battalion Adjutant, F. W. Dahlinger,
Battalion Executive Officerg R. L. Brown, Battalion Oper-
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R. L. George, Public Information Officer, R. M. Vranich,
Battalion Karate Expert.
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First Row: S. M. Hall, M. J. McLean, W. L. Dunker, M. W.
Howell, J. F. Reeder, J. K. Henderson. Second Row:
J. A. Carmody, J. R. Hagan, C. A. Greenfield, J. R. Scott,
W. C. Miller. Third Row: S. C. Jones, D. W. Bouldin, W. E.
Beaty, G. A, Emison. Fourth Row: D. W. Campbell, G. A.
Rasmussen.N0t Pictured: G. R. Grable, J. E. Love, A. J.
31 Begbie, M. W. Moore, W. W. Chastain.
First Row: G. R. Grable, J. W. Vinson, R. W. Harvey, Row: P. L. Johnson, J. F. Phelan, P. W. Bragg, W. R
G. K. Page, C. K. Curtis, G. A. Rasmussen. Second Row: Sweeney, B. W. King.
M. Taylor, B. W. Ranney, N. E. Farr, L. W. Tandy.Third
First Row: D. W. Campbell, A. J. Begbie, D. G. McClure, Row: J. M. Edmondson, B. C. Baker, C. G. Post, R. W.
D. J. Murphy, N. D. Grauer, E. J. Perez, F. R, Oldham, D. Kalb, J. A. Webb, C. C. Heil. Fourth Row: J. M. Keenum,
W. Fuller. Second Row: D. K. Matthes, R. F. Scott, M. G. B, K. Burke, C. T. Hulan, K. W. Thomas, E. L. Niebrueg-
Glasgow, W. R. Williamson, L L. Luster, R. E. Rydel. Third gie, D. R. Hughey.
FLIGHT INDOCTRINATION PROGRAM
First Row: D. W. Bouldin, G. R. Gilbert, J. M. Edmondson, J. E. Beakley, R. M. Anderson, H. Q. Radcliffe.
J. R. Scott, LCDR D. K. Smith.Sec0nd Row: R. F. Scott,
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Second Row: Sina Craddock, Mare-ne Redman, Doreen
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'1Now remember what the guy at the ticket
booth said . . . 'Use the air-sickness bag in-
stead of the windowl' "
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"It looks like a WHAT??"
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to sacrifice for your country . . .U
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interest and direction which has occasionally'
madeiitselfknown, and more often been criti-
cized for keeping itself hidden. At any rate, the
Chancellor was right when he said, "Yon are
Vanderbilt, andaVanderbilt' is you." . '
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OFFICERS. Mary Graves, Vice-Presidentg Chuck Muckenfuss,
Presidentg Margaret Strom, Secretaryg Ed Kleiner, Vice-Presi-
CABINET. Bob Davis, Elections Chairmang Gilbert Johnston,
Student Activities Cardg Martha Steinman, Concert Comrnit-
teeg Bob Eager, Educational AHairsg Sam Sadler, International
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JOHN B. ACKLEY, E ............,..,., Media, Pa.
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING: A.I.Ch.E.
FRANCIS E. ADAMS III, A ........ Arlington, Tenn.
HISTORY: S.C.A., Jr. Bar Assoc.
JACQUELINE ADAMS, A, DDB . .Chattanooga, Tenn.
MATHEMATICS: Gamma Phi Beta, Treasurer, House President.
SUSAN M. ADDITON, N, XQ ........ Pittsburgh, Pa.
NURSING: Sigma Theta Tau, Delphians, Honor Council, Nurs-
ing Student Council, Mortar Board Vice-President, Women's
JAMES E. ALEXANDER, A, KA .... Memphis, Tenn.
CHEMISTRY: Alpha Phi Omega: Skull and Bones: Student
Court, Vice-President: Vucept Board of Govemors.
UREY W. ALEXANDER, JR., A, on ...,.,,.,.....
Sulphur Springs, Tex.
POLITICAL SCIENCE: Vucept: Phi Eta Sigma: Blue Pencil
Club, Vice-President: R.O.T.C., Battalion Executive Ofiicer:
Scabbard and Blade: Phi Kappa Sigma, Alumni Secretary.
MYRON K. ALLENSTEIN, A, xmas , . .cadsd-ai, Ala
BUSINESS ADIVIINISTRATION: R.O.T.C.
MARCUS CLAY ALSPAUGH, A, HKA .,..........
BIOLOGY: S.C.A.: Pi Kappa Alpha, Steward, Rush Chairman.
RICHARD L. ANDREWS, E, AKE . .Wilmington, Del
MILITARY ENGINEERING: Scabbard and Blade, S.A.M.E.
THOMAS W. ARMISTEAD, A ....., Meridian, Miss
ENGLISH, Honors: Vanderbilt-in-France: B.S.U., Council.
JAMES F. ARTHUR III, A, EX ...... Memphis, Tenn
PHILOSOPHY: Sigma Chi, Pledge Trainer, Secretary: I.F.C.,
V Treasurer: Vucept.
AINNA K. BAKER, A, KA ......,. Chattanooga, Tenn
FRENCH: S.C.A., Delphians, Italian Club, French Club, Van-
EMILY R. BAKER, A, AOII ......., Nashville, Tenn
BIOLOGY: Miss Vanderbilt: Homecoming Court: C.S.A.A.:
Women's Advisory Council: Lotus Eaters: Women's Athletic
Board: Greek Carnival Queen: Alpha Omicron Pi, Social Chair-
man: Miss Commodore Contest.
JAMES G. BAKER, JR., A IIDKE . . .Madisonville Ky
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION:,Phi Kappa Sigma, Treasurer:
J ANIS R. BAKER, A ........... Germantown, Tenn.
RUSSIAN: S.C.A. Impact.
VIRGINIA L. BANKS, A ........,. Nashville, Tenn.
DOROTHY R. BANTA, A .......... Louisville, Ky.
JOHN C. BARCALOW III E .......... Valdosta Ga.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: A.S.M.E., Dorm Council.,
HARVEY E. BAXTER, A, EN ...... Gainesville, Fla.
HISTORY: Sigma Nu, Commander: Dorm Council, Freshman
BARBARA J . BEACHAM, A, KA . . .New Orleans, La
HISTORY: Kappa Delta, President: Army R.O.T.C. Sponsor,
Judicial Board, S.C.A., Senior Cabinet.
KATHRYN C. BEARD, A ...,,..... Chamblee, Ga.
MATHEMATICS: A Capeua cnnir.
WILLIAM E. BEATY III, E ........ Nashville, Tenn.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: N.R.O.T.C., Tennis Team.
DONALD EUGENE BEDWELL, E . . .Camden, Tenn.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: I.E.E.E.
ALBERT J. BEGBIE, A, KA ...,..,. Shreveport, La.
BONNIE BEKKEDAHL, N .,,,.... Washington, D.C.
JAMES E. BELL, A .........,..,.., Hindman, Ky.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: Slpectrum, Business Manager:
MARY SUSANNE BELL, A, XO ..,. Memphis, Tenn.
HISTORY: JAA-VU, Mock Republican Council.
JOSEPH A. BENEDICT, E ........ Nashville, Tenn.
SAMUEL HOLLY BENEDICT Ill, E, EN
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING: Varsity Track: A.I.Ch.E.: sigma
Nu, Social Chairman.
THOMAS R. BENNING, A ........ Lowland, Tenn.
EDWIN W. BENSON, JR., A ........ Madison, Tenn.
ANNE S. BEVERIDGE, A, KAO ..... Nashville, Tenn.
FINE ARTS: Junior Panhellenic Delegate, Kappa Alpha Rose,
N.R.O.T.C. Blue Angel, Miss Commodore Contest.
STEPHEN M. BEVIL, A ......,. Chattanooga, Tenn.
STEPHEN M. BLOCK, A, ZBT . . , .... Houston, Tex.
HISTORY: Vucept: Zeta Beta Tau, President: Impact Finance
Chairman: Orientation Chairman: Student Activities Card,
Secretary: Dorm Council: OAK.
SALLY S. BLOOD, N ,,,...,...., Nashville, Tenn.
NURSING: S.C.A., T.A.S.N., Presbyterian Campus Center.
J UDITH R. BOBO, A .......,...... Nashville, Tenn.
DARRELL T. BOGGESS, E . . . . .Madisonville, Ky.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: A.S.M.E., B.s.U., Sailing Club.
ALBERT N. BOTTORFF, JR., A ,..... Prospect, Ky.
GERMAN: WRVU: Delta Phi Alpha, President: Eta Sigma Phi.
DONALD WAYNE BOULDIN, E, KE ..............
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: I.E.E.E., Treasurer: S.A.M.E.:
Vucept: Kappa Sigma, Scholarship Chairman.
CHARLES D. BOUTWELL, A, AKE ........,.....
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: Tennis: Secretary of Educa-
tional Affairs: Delta Kappa Epsilon, Rush Chalrrnan: Junior
EDWARD I. BOWEN, E ......,..... Baltimore, Md.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: I.E.E.E.
DONALD E. BOWLES, A, EAE ........ Dallas, Tex.
HISTORY: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Treasurer: Dorm Council,
President: Vucept: Forum, Stgfriifng Committee: Dean of Men's
a . '
SARA SUSAN BOYCE, A . . .Webster Groves, Mo.
JESSE N. BRADLEY, JR., A, KA ..., Huntsville, Ala.
ENGLISH: Junior Bar Association, Vice-President: Spectrum,
FRANK L. BRANHAM, JR., A, BOH . .Gallatin, Tenn.
ENGLISH: Beta Theta Pi, gcerrisponding Secretary: Hustler:
PAULA K. BRAWLEY, A .......,...... Earle, Ark.
CHEMISTRY: Nuclians, Women's Standards, Phi Beta Kappa.
MALVIN L. BRAY, E ....,....,,,..... Halls, Tenn.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: Tau Beta Pi: S.A.M.E., Treas-
DIANE L. BROCK, A, KA .,.... Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
SPANISH: Kappa Delta, Sergeant at Arms, Assistant Pledge
Trainer, Panhellenic Representative: Panhellenic, Treasurer,
Secretary: Lotus Eaters: Athenians: Sigma Delta Pi: Women's
JAY BROWN, A, K2 ,.., ,,..,,. L ake Forest, Ill.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Kappa Sigma, House Manager,
Pledge Trainer. Guard Officer, Hustler, Circulation Manager.
ROBERT L. BROWN, E . ...,, Huntingdon, Tenn.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, A.S.M.E., N.R.0.T.C., S.A.M.E.
WILLIAM A. BROWN, E . ., .. Spartanburg, sc.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, N.E.S.E.P., A.S.M.E., Secre-
JOHN BRUNO III, A, QAGJ ..,,... , Jackson, Miss.
BIOLOGY, Football, Dorm Council President, Secretary,
Executive Committee, Men's Residence Halls, Vucept.
GARY W. BUCHANAN, A . Caruthersville, Mo.
MATHEMATICS, S.C.A., Vice-President and Treasurer, Ameri-
can Institute of Physics, Student Section.
WILLIAM ,E. BUIST III, E, BCDII , . .Nashville, Tenn.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, Beta Theta Pi, Secretary,
A.I.Ch.E., Tau Beta Pi.
JAMES W. BURKE, A . . . . . .... Nashville, Tenn.
JOE W. BURKETT, A, QDAGJ . , . .Texarkana Tex.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Baseball, Dean of Men's Staff,
Men's Residence Halls Council, Phi Delta Theta, Secretary,
Vucept Board of Govemors, Student Association Cabinet, Di-
rector of Student Activities, Director, Freshman Orientation,
Junior Class Cabinet, Director of Public Relations, All-IM
WILTON W. BURNETT, JR., E . .Nashville, Tenn.
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING: A.S.Ch.E.. A.S.M.E., Sigma Tau.
WILLIAM H. BURROW II, A, KA . .Greenville, Miss.
CHEMISTRY, Impact, Public Relations Staff.
RALPH N. BUSSARD, E , , . , ,Little Rock, Ark.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi,
Corresponding Secretary, Eta Kappa Nu, President.
SUSAN BUTTERFIELD, A, KAGJ Lookout Mt., Tenn.
PSYCHOLOGY, Kappa Alpha Theta, House President, S.C.A.
Cabinet, Residence Halls Council.
ANN MARIE BYBEE A ., . .,Houst0n Tex
CHEMISTRY, Sailing Cllib, Treasurer, American Cheniical
Society, Student Afliliate.
WALTER K. CALDWELL, JR., A, EAR ............
ENGLISH, Phi Eta sigma.
WILLIAM C. CALDWELL, JR., E, ATQ ...........
Mountain Lakes, N.J.
DARRELL WAYNE CAMPBELL, E , , , ..... . . , ,
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, N.R.O.T.C., priu Team
ROBERT W. CANDLER, JR., E, KA . ,Atlanta, Ga
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, A.I.Ch.E., S.A.M.E., R.O.T.C. Staff
Kappa Alpha No. 8.
R. ALAN CANNON, E, AEl'I .,,.. Spartanburg, S.C
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, Sailing Club, Alpha Phi Omega,
MARK A. CARDEN, E ............ Nashville, Tenn
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, I.E.E.E.
J UDITH A. CARMACK, A, IIBQID . .Albuquerque N.M
SPANISH, Women's Residence Halls Council, President, Vice-
President, Panhellenic Council, Secretary, Forum, Secretary,
Pi Beta Phi, Secretary, Board of Presidents, W.S.G.A., Judi-
cial Board, Hustler, Women's Editor, St. Aug'ustine's Board,
Impact, Sigma Delta Pi.
SHERYL K. CARMAN, A, KA . , , . .Murray, Ky
JAMES A. CARMODY, A, IIJKE . , Fullerton, Calif
BIOLOGY, Company Commander, N.R.0.T.C., Impact.
ROBERT N. CARNAHAN E QKIII ..Nashvi11e Tenn
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, Plii Kbppa Psi, President, Retard-
ing Secretary, A.I.Ch.E., R.O.T.C., S.A.M.E., Engineering
Council, Faculty Club.
MICHAEL W. CARSON, A, EX ...... St. Louis, Mo
BIOLOGY, Freshman Baseball, Freshman Football.
WILLIAM W. CAWooD, JR., A, aim' .............,
POLITICAL SCIENCE, Phi Kappa Psi, Pledge Trainer,
R.O.T.C., Rifle Team, Counterguerrilla, Chicago Tribune Mili-
BARBARA JEAN CEHAN, A, rims . .......,..... .
Western Springs, Ill
FRENCH, A Capella Choir, Vanderbilt Student Association,
Secretary, Women's Advisory Council, Gamma Phi Beta, So-
cial Chairman, Song Chairman.
MILDRED A. CHASTAIN, A ..... ,,.. A tlanta, Ga
FRENCH, A Capella Choir, Honor Dorm.
WILLIAM W. CHASTAIN, A, KA . , . Tampa, Fla
POLITICAL SCIENCE, C.S.A.A., Junior Bar Association, Golf:
Kappa Alpha, Corresponding Secretary, N.R.O.T.C., Vanderbilt
Representative to West Point Conference.
JAMES R. CHESHIRE, A ,,,V.... Nashville, Tenn
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING: Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu.
BETSY CHISOLM, A, KAO ,....,.,,......,.......
Lookout Mountain, Tenn
HISTORY: Advisory Council: S.C.A.: Freshman Annual Staff:
Kappa Alpha Theta, President, Rush Chairman: Panhellenic
Council, Standards Board.
JAMES MICHAEL CLARK, A . .Old Hickory, Tenn
ERNEST P. CLEMENT, JR., A, QK2 ......,..,.,...
POLITICAL SCIENCE: Senate: Board of Presidents: Publica-
tions Board: Phi Kappa Sigma, President: Vucept.
JAMES DUDLEY CLENDINEN, A, KA . Tampa, Fla
POLITICAL SCIENCE: S.C.A., Junior Bar Association.
E. G. CLINE, A . .....,......,,. Chattanooga, Tenn
THOMAS H. COLEMAN, A . ,Milford Center, Ohio
ELIZABETH P. COLES, A, XQ .......... Atlanta, Ga.
Advisory Council: Chi Omega, Social Chairman, Pledge
MAXIE T. COLLIER, A ,.....,..... Waverly, Tenn
CHRISTOPHER ALAN COLLINS, A, SAE ......,..
GEOLOGY: Football, Freshman Baseball.
CYNTHIA HARDMAN COLLINS, A, A011 ........
HISTORY: Alpha Omicron Pi, Vice-President: Women's
LAURENCE D. CONN, A, QKE ..... Memphis, Tenn
ROBERT M. COOK, A ,....,.. , .HattieSburg, Miss
BIOLOGY: Saiung Club: Delta Phi Aipha.
EDWIN D. COOPER, A, CIJKE ..,,,.... Thayer, Mo
HISTORY: Phi Kappa Sigma, Secretary.
LINDA D. COOPER, A, XQ .......... Louisville, Ky
CHEMISTRY: Chi Omega, Vice-President: Women'S Advisory
Council: American Chemical Society, Student Affiliate: S.C.A.
GORDON T. CORLEW, A, EN . . Bayville, L.I., N.Y
PHYSICS: Vucept, Board of Governors: Freshman Orientation
Chairman, American Physics Society.
JAMES F. CORRIGAN, A ,......,.. Wantagh, N.Y
ECONOMICS: Delta Phi Alpha.
GUINN SHAW COST, A, EX ...,,. Hopkinsville, Ky
ROBERT BARTOW COUSINS, A, BAE . .Dallas, Tex
EDWIN BAGGETT COX, A , ,..... Nashville, Tenn
PHYSICS: Joint University Bands: W'RVU, Business Manager:
American Institute of Plgxysics, Astgdent Section: Skull and
ones, . df .
JOHN E. COX, A, fI1At9 .,.........,.... Evanston, Ill.
ECONOMICS: S.C.A., Junior Bar Association: Track.
SINA D. CRADDOCK, A, AAA ........ Louisville Ky
ENGLISH: Women's Advisory Council: Honor Council: Lotlis
Eaters: N.R.O.T.C. Sponsor: Pi Kappa Delta: Delta Delta Delta,
DONALD K. CRAFT, E, EN ..:...,. Brentwood, Mo.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERI'I1:iE'ineIl-l.S.M.E.: Sigma Nu, Pledge
DAVID L. CRECRAFT, A ......... Nashville, Tenn.
LARRY R. CREEKMORE, A, K2 .,.. Bolivar, Tenn.
HISTORY: Hustler Business Staff, Manager, Advertising Man-
JERE L. CROOK III, A .....,...... Memphis Tenn.
PHILOSOPHY: s.c.A., Impignb Young Turks, Blue rienoil
BETTY J . CROSWELL, A ........ Cincinnati, Ohio
SPANISH: Sigma Delta Pi, President: Newman Club, Secre-
tary: Vanderbilt-in-Spain: Joint University Band.
SUSAN E. CROWDUS, A, use ......... Dallas, Tex.
SOCIOLOGY: Pi Beta Phi, Scholarship Chairman, Correspond-
ing Secretary, APW Award: Coed Handbook Staff: Colvuvro-
nonm: N.S.F. Grant: S.C.A.: JAA-VU: Impact.
RONALD E. CRUTCHER, E, PSK . . .Franklin, Tenn.
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING: Phi Sigma Kappa, President, Vice-
President: A.S.C.E.: S.A.M.E.: Riiie Team.
SUMNER R. CULLOM, A, SX . ,,.,.... Wilson, Ark.
KAREN E. CUMBIE A KAO ..,,..,.. Orlando, Fla.
ENGLISH: Women's Ailvisory Council, Women's Standards,
Honor Council, Delphians, Honor Dorm.
HERVEY LEIGH CUNNINGHAM, A, IWIDB ...,.....
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY: Gamma Phi Beta, Scholarship Chair-
man, Parliamentarian: Delphians: Impact.
JAMES M. CUNNINGHAM, A ...... Nashville, Tenn.
HARRY S. CURLIN, JR., A, HKA . .Nashville, Tenn.
ECONOMICS: Vucept, V.I.S.A., Junior Bar Association, S.C.A.
DOYLE E. CURREY, JR., A .,., Chattanooga, Tenn.
ENGLISH: COMMODORE, Sailing Club, Spectrum, S.C.A.
JAMES FRANK CURRY, A, EAE . .Birmingham, Ala.
MARILYNN N. CURTIS, A, IIBKD .... Louisville, Ky.
ENGLISH: Coivuviononrz, Honoraries Editor, Class Co-Editor: Pi
Beta Phi, Censor: Women's Standards: Vanderbilt-in-France:
JAA-VU: S.C.A.: Honor Dorm.
LILLIAS A. DALE A KAO ........ Cohunbia Tenn.
ENGLISH: Vanderbilt-infrranoe, Miss Commodore Contest,
Homecoming Court, Kappa Alpha Theta Marshall.
JESSE CLOYCE DARNELL, E ......., Boaz, Ala.
CIVIL ENGINEERING: Football.
DIANA L. DAUKSCH, N ,.......,... Maitland, Fla.
NURSING: S.C.A., A Capella Choir, Freshman Committee.
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CADEE C. A. DAVID, A, KAO .,,..... Orlando, Fla.
ENGLISH: Kappa Alpha Theta, Editor, Women's Advisory
Council, Delphians, S.C.A., Vanderbilt-in-France, Honor Dorm.
JULIA W. DAVIDSON, A, AAA . . .Nashville, Tenn.
FINE ARTS, Delta Delta Delta, Chaplain, Aquatic Club.
MURAT H. DAVIDSON, JR., A, ATO , 4,,... ,..... .
GEOLOGY, Alpha Tau 031933, Vice-President, Freshman
THEODORE E. C. DAVIES, A . .Barbourville, Ky.
JAMES H. DAVIS, A, CPKIII ..., . . Cleveland, Tenn.
RUSSIAN, Phi Kappa Psi, Recording Secretary, S.C.A., In-
LUCIAN DAVIS, A, ZAE ,.....,,,,.. Jackson, Miss.
CHEMISTRY, Phi Eta Sigma, President, OAK, Vice-President,
Track, Honor Council, Skull and Bones, Treasurer, Vucept,
Parent's Weekend, Chairman, All-IM Football.
ROBERT H. DAVIS, JR., A, K2 ,....,.,.. ..,...... ,
Signal Mountain, Tenn
HISTORY, Kappa Sigma, Guard, Mr. Commodore, C.S.A.A.,
Vice-President, Hustler Business Staff, Impact, Vucept.
SIMEON B. DAVIS, E, K2 . ..., Roxboro, N.C
POLITICAL SCIENCE, Dorm Council, Football, Kappa Sigma,
Pledge Class Secretary.
MICHAEL H. DAWSON, A . Apinckwey, Mich.
BIOLOGY, Football, Skull and Bones, V.U.T.
LAUREL J. DAY, A . . . .... . .Glenview, Ill.
CONNIE M. DEARMAN, A, DDB . . . , ..... . . . . . .
CHEMISTRY, Delphians, President, Spectrum, American
Chemistry Society, Junior Affiliate, Women's Advisory Council,
ROGER G. DEBENPORT, E, EN . .KirkwoOd, Mo.
JOE W. DEMIC, E . Pleasure Ridge Park, Ky.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, President, Eta Kappa
Nu, Corresponding Secretary, Sailing Club, Engineering Coun-
cil, Men's Glee Club: N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team.
HOWARD C. DERRICK III, A, EAE . .LaFayette, Ga.
BIOLOGY, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President, Interfraternity
Council, Vice-President, Greek Week Charity Carnival, Chair-
THOMAS E. DESPARD, E, EAE . . Lancaster, Pa.
CIVIL ENGINEERING, A.s.c.E.
SAMUEL R. DEWEY, JR., E, EAE . Birmingham, Ala
DANIEL L. DeVORE, A, HKA . . .Winter Haven, Fla.
BIOLOGY, Pi Kappa Alpha, IM Chairman, Assistant Social
Chairman, Newman Club.
RICHARD M. DICTER, A, zm- ...... Louisviue, Ky
ENGLISH, Honors, COMMODORE, Section Editor, Course Evalu-
ation, Editor, Blue Pencil Club, Skull and Bones.
JACQUELINE DIENNA, N . ....... Houston, Tex
NURSING, Semi-finalist, Miss Commodore Contest, T.A.S.N.
THOMAS F. DODSON, A, KA . . . . .Hartselle, Ala
CHEMISTRY, Alpha Phi Omega, Vucept, Impact Staff, All-
IM Football, Freshman Baseball.
ARTHUR D. DONNELLY, E, BOH .............,..
Bowling Green, Ky
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, A.S.M.E., Beta Theta Pi, As-
JOHN R. DONNALLY, E, AKE . .Hong Kong, B.C.C
SUSAN E. DOTY, A, DDB .... , Petersburg, Ind
POLITICAL SCIENCE, Impact, Cole Hall Vice-President.
WILLIAM W. DOW, A . . .... . . . .Meridian, Miss
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, Vucept, Impact, Student Court, Head
Clerk, Mock Republican Convention, Dorm President, Inter-
EMANUEL O. DOYNE, A, ZBT . .Nashville, Tenn
CHEMISTRY, Skull and Bones, Secretary: Vucept, Freshman
Annual, Co-editor, Zeta Beta Tau, Rush Chaimian, Secretary,
I.F.C., Corresponding Secretary.
CLAIRE H. DROWOTA, A ..... . .Nashville, Tenn
SARA DUCOTE, A, X0 ....... ..... S ylvania, Ohio
ENGLISH, Women's Standards, Coed Handbook.
RONALD N. DUNCAN, E . . . . . .NashvilIe, Tenn
MECHANICAL ENGINEERINCQE, Tau Beta Pi, A.S.M.E., N.S.F.
WILLIAM L. DUNKER, E ,..,,,...A Lakeland, Fla.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, Newman Club, I.E.E.E.,
N.R .O .T.C.
RALPH L. DUPPS, E, BOII ..,......, Louisville, Ky.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, Beta Theta Pi, Social Chair-
man, A.S.M.E., Vucept.
ROBERT C. EAGER, A .,..,..,....., Valdosta, Ga
POLITICAL SCIENCE, OAK, President, Impact, Chairman,
Publicity Chairman, Forum, Co-founder, ChairInan, Hustler,
Associate Editor, Vucept, Board of Presidents.
CAROL B. EARP A DDB ...,.,, Chattanoo a Tenn
ENGLISH, Hizstleh, Eta Sigma Phi, Honor Dorm. ,
WOODS E. EASTLAND, A, IPAQ . .Doddsvi1le, Miss
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, OAK, Phi Delta Theta, Vice-
President, President, I.F.C., President, Phi Eta Sigma, Vice-
President, Vucept, Board of Presidents, S.C.A., Freshman
THOMAS E. ECHOLS, A ....,,......., Atlanta, Ga
ENGLISH, Honors, S.C.A.
FREDERIC ARNOLD EIDSNESS, JR., E, ATO .....
Boca Raton, Fla
ANNE K. ELIAsoN, N, mis ,..,.,...... Quincy, Ill
NURSING, Sophomore Nursing Class, Vice-President.
EMILY ANN ELIOT A KAQ9 ...,.,.. Houston Tex
HISTORY, Kappa Alpha: Theta, Social Chairman, Correspo,nd-
ing Secretary, Kappa Sigma Sweetheart Court, S.C.A. Cabi-
net, Coivnvionomz, Miss Commodore Contest, Advisory Council.
ROBERT N. ELKINS, A, KA ,......, Columbus Ga
BUSINESS ADNIINISTRATION, S.C.A., Junior Bar Associa-
tion, Soccer Team, Kappa Alpha Historian, Alumni Secretary,
House Manager, Adil.
DAVID J. ELLIOTT, A, EN ....,..,,. Houston, Tex
DOROTHY E. ELLIS, A, xo ...,,. Birmingham, Ala
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, Chi Omega, Corresponding Secre-
tary, S.C.A., Women's Residence Halls Council, BSU.
SUSAN M. ELSEVIER, A ..., ..... C lanton, Ala.
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, S.C.A., BSU, A Capella Choir.
FRANK W. ENGLERT III, E, BGJII . .Nashville, Tenn.
GLORIA J. ENOCHS, A, AOII ..... Shelbyville, Tenn.
SOCIOLOGY, Alpha Omicron Pi, Corresponding Secretary,
Women's Aquatic Club, Student Director, Women's Advisory
Council, Women's Residence Halls Council, S.C.A.
PATRICIA M. EVANS, A, AAA .,.... Louisville, Ky.
HISTORY-POLITICAL SCIENCE-ECONOMICS, Debate Club,
Secretary, Women's Advisory Council, Miss Commodore Con-
test, Sigma Nu Sweetheart Court, Honor Council, Judicial
DAVID R. FARGO, A .,..... . . .Memphis Tenn.
ENGLISH, S.C.A., Class Co-Chairman, General Cabinet, ,AKIJSL
Treasurer, Vucept, St. Augustine's Board of Directors.
CHARLOTTE F. FARRAR, A, DDB .,...,,,....,...
P . HOLOGYQ A Capella Choir, Coivnviononz, IM All-Star
Basketball, Soccer, Women's Athletic Board.
RONP LD ALAN FAWCETT, A, BOII ...........,..
RAYMOND S. FERGUS A EN .. . . .Osceola Ark.
S. CYLE FERGUSON A .....,..... Meridian Miss
CHEMISTRY, course Elfaiuation, Investment Club, lion, '
CLIFTON W. FEWEL III A . ........ Meridian Miss.
ENGLISH, Vucept, Glee President, B.S.U., Couhcil,
DENNIS P. FINN E .....,............ Central Ind.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING '
ARTHUR F. FITE III, A, ATQ ........ Halnilton, Ala.
ECONOMICS, Impact, Spectrum, Subscription Manager.
WILLIAM E. FITZGIBBON III, A. .............. .
DAVID A. FLANARY A ..........,. Houston Tex.
FRENCH, Teniiis, Vanderbilt-in-France. ,
PINK L. FOLMAR, A . . ......... Montgomery, Ala.
CHEMISTRY, AQPSZ, Corresponding Secretary, Vucept, V.I.S.A.,
S.C.A., Army Drill Team.
MICHAEL J. FORAN, JR., E, ATO . . .Arlington, Va.
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JAMES KELLER FOSTER, E ...,, Nashville, Tenn
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, I.E.E.E.
ALVIN FOX, E, AEII ..,..,...... Chattanooga, Tenn
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, Alpha Epsilon Pi, President,
Engineering Open House Afgecwcizlisgion Committee Chairman,
NANCY FRAZEE, A, AOII . .I..., Memphis, Tenn
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Sigma Delta Alpha, CoIvnvIo-
DORE, Corresponding Secretary, Alpha Omicron Treasurer.
STEPHEN A. FREEMAN, A, ZBT . Indianapolis, Ind
HISTORY, Zeta Beta Tau, Vice-President, Coivnvzonom-:, Junior
Bar Association, Hillel, C.S.A.A.
TIMOTHY A. FRENCH, E, EN . , Fort Meade, Md
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, Scabbard and Blade.
CHARLES M. FRIEDMAN, A, ZBT . . Louisville, Ky
POLITICAL SCIENCE, Course Evaluation Book, Coivuvxononn,
IM Board, Elections Committee.
E. LeJUAN FURGASON, N, Aon ..,..... Ocala, Fla
NURSING, Phi Kappa Sigma Sweetheart, Nursing Faculty
Representative, Alpha Omicron Pi, President.
LYNN C. GAARDEN, N, IWIIB ...... Kensington, Md
NURSING, Nursing Student Association, President, Vice-Presi-
dent, W.S.G.A., Board of Presidents, Nursing Student Council.
Treasurer, Class President, T.A.S.N.
ROBERT N. GAMBLE, E, EAE ,,,..,,, Effingham, Ill
CIVIL ENGINEERING, Tau Beta Pi, Vice-President, Vucept,
Sigma Tau, Treasurer, A.S.C.E., S.C.A.
DEBORAH GARBER, A, Aon . Chicago, Ill
GRADY M. GARRISON, A, K2 .,..... Ripley, Tenn
PSYCHOLOGY, Kappa Sigma, Treasurer, President, Hustler,
Circulation Manager, Temporary Business Manager, Vucept,
Phi Eta Sigma.
SIDNEY C. GARRISON, A, K2 . .Murfreesboro, Tenn
RUSSELL YOUNG GARTH, A, IIKA . .LOuisville, Ky
ENGLISH, Student Court, President, APO, President, Secre-
tary, Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-President, Vucept, S.C.A., Board
of Directors, Skull and Bones, Tennis, OAK.
SHERRY I. GAUTHIER, A . , . . Bridgeville, Pa
ENGLISH, Women's Advisory Council, Treasurer, Women's
Standards Committee, Impact, S.C.A,, Senior Cabinet, CoIvI-
ROBERT L. GEORGE, A, IIDKT ........ St. Johns, Me.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Phi Kappa Psi, Vice-President,
Corresponding Secretary, Vanderbilt Investment Club, Treas-
urer, N.R.O.T.C., CrosscuwizglLEsBEditgr, APO, Conservative Club,
KENNETH W. GIBBS, A, KE . . , . . Somerset, Ky.
CHARLES C. GILBERT III, E ...... Nashville, Tenn
CIVIL ENGINEERING, A.S.C.E., s.A.M.E.
JAMES H. GIUSTI, E, EN . .MemphiS, Tenn
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, Baseball.
NANCY R. GOETZMAN, A, XQ . . .LOuisville, Ky.
FRENCH, Women's Advisory Council, S.C.A., Senior Cabinet,
B.S.U., Vanderbilt-in-France, Honor 'Dorm.
EDWIN L. GOFF, A . , , . North Little Rock, Ark
PHILOSOPHY, Young Democrats, Students for a Democratic
Society, Student Political Education and. Action Committee.
Council on Human Relations.
LEE D. GOLDSTEIN, A, ZBT ..,, . Louisville, Ky
PHILOSOPHY, APO, Executive Vice-President, Vucept,
Marching Band, Concert Band, Concert Master, Impact, Junior
Bar Association, Committee lflor Alternatives to War in Viet
DENNIS W. GOLDSTON, A . . Bessemer, Ala
MARTHA CAROLYN GOOD A . ,.,. Dallas Tex
PSYCHOLOGY, Student-Faculty Chairman, S.C.A., Freshrhan
Cabinet, Nuclians, Secretary, Eta Sigma Phi, Honor Dorm.
Webster Groves, MO
FRENCH, Women's Standards, Women's Advisory Council,
S.C.A., Tau Alpha, Membership Chairman, Floor Counselor,
Parents Weekend, Zeta Alpha Rho, Pi Beta Phi, Arrow Cor-
JEFFERY GORDON, A, QDKE . . . Dunwoody, Ga
JON I. GORDON, A, znr . . Miami, Fla
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Junior Bar Association.
JOHN M. GORE, E, QDKXII .......... Nashville, Tenn.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, R.O.T.C. Drill Team, Phi Kappa
Psi, Recording Secretary, I.E.E.E.
ALAN LOUIS GORRELL, A. . . .OwensbOro, Ky
CHEMISTRY, S.C.A., Senior Cabinet, Dorm Council.
WILLIAM H. GOURLEY, JR., A, BAE . .... . . . .
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Record-
GARY R. GRABLE, E, EN . . Winter Park, Fla
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING with ELECTRICAL ENGI-
NEERING option, Honor Council, Vucept, Scabbard and Blade,
Sigma Nu, Lt. Commander, Treasurer, Soccer Club.
CARL DAVID GRAEFLIN, E, fl3KlIf . Nashville, Tenn
CIVIL ENGINEERING, Track, William Cornelius Award, Phi
Kappa Psi, Pledge Trainer, Vucept.
MARY G. GRAVES, A, XQ . . ..PrOspect, Ky
BIOLOGY, Board of Presidents, Senior Class Vice-President.
Women's Advisory Council, W.S.G.A.
EVELYN G. GREEN, A, KA Anchorage, Ky
PSYCHOLOGY: Women's Standards Committee, Vice-President,
WOmen's Advisory Council, Kappa Delta, Corresponding Secre-
tary, Fire Marshall, S.C.A., Junior and Senior Cabinet, Judicial
Board, Residence Halls Council.
CHARLES A. GREENFIELD A IPAQ .... Atlanta Ga
ECONOMICS, Phi Delta Theta, Secretary, N.R.O.T.C. Drill
Team, Dorm Council, Freshman Baseball.
JOE M. GREENLEE, A, BGDII Lubbock, Tex
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Beta Theta Pi, Treasurer,
Junior Bar Association, Secretary-Treasurer, Investment Club,
Young Republicans, Intercollegiate State Legislature.
J. BROOKS GRIFFIN, A, EN . . . San Jose, Calif
MIRIAM AMANDA GRIFFIN, A, IIBfb . .Atlanta, Ga
ECONOMICS, Residence Halls Councils, Impact, Hostess,
Treasurer, Advisory Committee, Floor Counselor, Pi Beta Phi,
Assistant Treasurer, Treasurer, Mortar Board, President.
RUTH V. GRIFFITH, A, use . . . . . .Dallas, Tex
POLITICAL SCIENCE, Pi Beta Phi, President, Rush Chairman,
Women's Residence Halls gloluncil, Pi Kappa Delta, Standards
DIANA G. GROSSMAN, N . . Nashville, Tenn
WILLIAM C. GUNTER, A . ..St. Louis, MO
KAMAL K. GUPTA, E .,..,..,,,..,... Delhi, India
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, A.S.M.E., A.S.M., APO,
V.I.S.A., A Capella Choir, Student Senate, Board of Presidents,
Freshman Annual, Parents Weekend, Dean of Men's Staff.
THOMAS H. GUYTON, A ,......, Shreveport, La.
JOHN R. HAGEN, E, ATO . . ....,.. Savannah, Ga.
CIVIL ENGINEERING, IM Board, Vice-President, A.S.C.E.,
Semper Fidelis Society.
LLOYD J. HAILE, JR., A, AKE .... Cleveland, Tenn.
POLITICAL SCIENCE, WRVU, station Manager.
STEPHEN M. HALL, E, QIJKE. , , . . . Selma, Ark.
CIVIL ENGINEERING, Phi Kappa Sigma, Vice-President,
Pledge Trainer, Honor Council, Vice-President, Vucept,
A.S.C.E., Sigina Tau, Scabbard and Blade, Dorm Council.
WINTHROP M. HALLETT III, A, EAE . .Mobile, Ala.
ECONOMICS, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vice-President.
RAYFORD E. HAMMOND, A ..,. Nashville, Tenn.
CHARLES R. HANES, A, KA . , , ....., Mobile, Ala.
BIOLOGY, Kappa Alpha, President, Honor Council, Skull
and Bones, APO.
PEGGY A. HANRATTY, A, AOII . .HOpkinsville, Ky.
N. DAVID HARPER, JR., A, KA . . ,LOuisville, Ky.
ECONOMICS, Men's Residence Halls Council, S.C.A., JAA-V ,
VAN HARRIS, A .,....,......... Newbern, Tenn.
HISTORY, Dorm Council, Scabbard and Blade, Impact.
LEON W. HARVATH, A, BOII ............. Australia
PSYCHOLOGY, International Vucept, S.C.A.
GEORGE E. HARVEY III, A, BOII . . .WeirtOn, W.Va.
HISTORY, Football, Baseball, COMMODORE, Sports Section
G. STANLEY HATCH, JR., A .... San Antonio, Tex.
BENJAMIN FRANK HATFIELD, JR., A, fIPK'II .....
LUCINDA J. HAWES, A , . . . . , . , Lewisport, Ky.
AUDREY ANN HAY, A . . Lexington, Tenn.
WALTER W. HAYDEN, E , . Nashville, Tenn.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, I.E.E.E.
JAMES E. HAYES, A ..., . . , . . , Madison, Tenn.
RONALD E. HAYNIE, E .. .. ,,.. Memphis, Tenn.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, A.S.M.E., A.S.M.
JAMES M. HEISKELL, JR., E, BOII . . Atlanta, Ga.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, Beta Theta Pi, Historian. Sec-
retary, Track, Dorm Council, Vucept, I.E.E.E., Phi Eta Sigma,
Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Vice-President.
H. R. HELVENSTON, A, fbAO . . . A Oakton, va.
JAMES H. HENDERSON, A, KA . , Jackson, Miss.
ENGLISH, Impact, Vucept, Board of Governors, Vanderbilt-in-
France, Student Government, Convention Delegate, Coivnvionons.
EARL O. HENRY, JR., A ,..,.,.. ,Nashvil1e, Tenn.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Investment Club, Treasurer.
ROY B. HETHERWICK, A, f1vK1lf ...... Metairie, La.
PSYCHOLOGY, S.C.A., Senior Cabinet, Wesley Foundation, Phi
Kappa Psi, Recording Secreta,ri'I,TChaplain, Historian, R.O.T.C..
EUNICE S. HEWES, A, KAO . , ,BirniinghaIn, Ala.
MATHEMATICS, Women's Advisory Council, President, Mortar
Board, Treasurer, Kappa Alpha Theta, Treasurer, Board of
Presidents, Delphians. i
CHARLES W. HEWGLEY III, A, EN . .Jama1ca, N.Y.
ENGLISH, Sigma Nu, Treasurer, Hustler.
ROBERT ENSOR HEWGLEY, JR., E . . .......,. . .
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, Tau Beta Pi, Cataloger, I.E.E.E.,
Secretary, Eta Kappa Nu, Recording Secretary.
CHARLES R. HICKS, JR., A . . .MObile, Ala.
JAMES B. HICKS, A, KE . .New York, N.Y.
ECONOMICS: Kappa Sigma Secretary.
R. ROSS HIGHTOWER, A, EAE . . . Florence, Ala.
JOHN FRASER HIMES, A, KA .... .Tampa, Fla.
ENGLISH: Cheerleader, Junior Bar Association.
WILLIE ERWIN HODGES, JR., E, EN .. ..... . .
CIVIL ENGINEERING: Sigma Tau.
JANICE HOLLIMAN, A, llliclo .... Tulsa, Okla.
MATHEMATICS: Aquatic Club.
MARY L. HOLT, A, IIBQIP . Nashville, Tenn.
PSYCHOLOGY: S.C.A., .TAA-VU, Miss Commodore Contest, Phi
Kappa Sigma Sweetheart: Pi Beta Phi, Philanthropies Chair-
man: Women's Residence Halls Council, Homecoming Queen
Nominee, Mock Republican Nominating Convention, Parents'
GARY L. HOMAN, A .... . Sudbury, Mass.
CHARLES HON, A, KE .... . Chattanooga, Tenn.
J. THOMAS HOOTEN, E . .Birmingham, Ala.
CHEIVIICAL ENGINEERINCELEQESR Council: A.I.Ch.E., Vice-
LYNCH C. HOPPER, A, EX . . .Nashville, Tenn.
HISTORY: Sigma Chi, Historian: S.C.A.: Freshman Basketball.
MICHAEL W. HOWELL, A . . .Nashvil1e, Tenn.
HISTORY: N.R.O.T.C., Debate, Christian Student Center, APO.
GEORGE B. HUG, A, Alilfl ....... .... D allas, Texas
ECONOMICS: Delta Kappa Epsilon, President, Vice-President,
Treasurer, IFC Representative: Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa,
Vucept: COMMODORE, Financial Advisor.
MARY LEE HUNTER, A, aaa Gallatin, Tenn.
MATHEMATICS: Delta Delta Delta, President: Mortar Board:
Athenians: Lotus Eaters: Women's Advisory Council: Impact.
RAYMOND G. HUNTER, E Nashville, Tenn.
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING: A.I.Ch.E., President: Engineering
EDWARD H. HUTCHISON, E Atlanta, Ga.
CIVIL ENGINEERING: A.s.c.E., XE.
EDWARD T. HYDE, A, xx Talladega, Ala.
PHILOSOPHY: R.O.T.C. Drill Team, Color Guard: Sigma Nu,
DOUGLAS W. JACKSON, E, BAE .Little Rank, Ark.
CIVIL ENGINEERING: A.S.C.E.
GRANBERRY JACKSON III, A, non ..............
HISTORY: Beta Theta Pi, Social Chairman.
JAMES M. JACKSON, E, BAE Little Rank, Ark.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: I.E.E.E.
THOMAS R. JACKSON, A, EX . .Nashville, Tenn.
HISTORY: Scabbard and FBlid3eh N.R.O.T.C., Track, All-IM
oo a .
STEPHEN E. JACOBSON, E . Los Altos Hills, Calif.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: Tau Beta Pi, Scabbard and
Blade, Hustler, COMMODORE, N.R.O.T.C.
Z BETH ENNINGS A M h T
ELI A A.J , emp IS, enn.
POLITICAL SCIENCE: S.C.A., .IAA-VU, Cammoanan.
TOM P. JENNINGS, E . . Tullahoma, Tenn.
RICHARD B. JEWELL, A ..Nashville, Tenn.
HORACE E. JOHNS, JR., A, BOII Eagleville, Tenn.
POLITICAL SCIENCE: Debate: R.O.T.C.: Scabbard and Blade:
Junior Bar Association, President: Intercollegiate State Legis-
ALLEN CLARK JOHNSZOUIQ' A . Nashville, Tenn.
EVELYN M. JOHNSON, A . Nashville, Tenn.
LATIN: Eta Sigma Phi, President, Secretary: S.C.A.: Young
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JOHN W. JOHNSON, E, ATS2 . , . . , .Houston, Tex.
CIVIL ENGINEERING, Golf, A.S.C.E., Freshman Baseball,
IM Board, Alpha Tau Omega, Rush Captain.
LESLIE G. JOHNSON, A . .. . , Florence, Ala.
HISTORY, APO, President, Board of Presidents, Representa-
tive to Nashville Collegiate Exchange Council.
ROBERT D. JOHNSON, A . . , , Little Rock, Ark.
MATHEMATICS, APO, Corresponding Secretary, Recording
Secretary, Historian, SCA? Selnior Cabinet, International
RUSSELL H. JOHNSON, JR., E . . Huntington, N.Y.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, S.A.M.E., Tau Beta Pi, Presi-
dent, A.S.M.E., President, Engineering Council.
GILBERT E. JOHNSTON, JR., A, OAO ..,.,,..,...
HISTORY, Phi Delta Theta, President, Historian, Chorister,
Forum, S.C.A., Senior Cabinet, Swimming, Impact, Scabbard
ALLEN R. JONES, A, EN . . . ,Vero Beach, Fla.
HISTORY, S.C.A., Sailing Club, Junior Bar Association, In-
CHRIS B. JONES, A, KA . . . Atlanta, Ga.
ENGLISH, Vanderbilt-in-France, S.C.A., Junior Class Chair-
man, Executive Board, Track.
DONALD FRANCIS JONES, A, BAE
Little Rock, Ark.
MARILYN E. JONES, A . Silver Spring, Md.
HISTORY, WRVU, Prograngiulgglrjctor, Honor Dorm, Impact,
STUART C. JONES, JR., A, ATQ , Boston, Mass.
HISTORY, N.R.O.T.C., Color Guard, Company Commander,
Scabbard and Blade, COMMODORE, Military Editor, Alpha Tau
Omega, Treasurer, Historian, All-IM Football.
SUSAN LANGFORD JONES, A . Wilmington, Del.
THOMAS W. JONES, A . . Fi. Thomas, Ky.
ECONOMICS, Vucept, S.C.A., Eta Sigtna Phi, Treasurer, Sec-
retary, Investment Club, Impact, Junior Bar Association,
Varsity Swimming, Co-Captain.
HARRIETT SORRELLE JORDAN, A, AAA ,......
REID SUTTON JOYNER, A Towson, Md.
ALFRED KAHN III, A, ZAR ......, Little Rock, Ark.
JANET H. KATZ, A, AEG, . Beachwood, Ohio
MATHEMATICS, Women's Advisory Council, Impact, Historian,
COMMODORE, Mock Republican Convention, Women's Residence
Halls Council, Lotus Eaters, Parents Weekend Committee, Miss
Commodore Contest, Coed Handbook Committee, Women's
EMILY KEEBLE, A, KAO Nashville, Tenn.
SOCIOLOGY, Kappa Alpha Theta, Parliamentarian, Recom-
mendation Committee, Miss Commodore Contest.
EDWARD S. KELLY, A, IIKA ...... Nashville, Tenn.
HISTORY, Honors, Pi Kappa Alpha, Sergeant at Arms, Par-
liamentarian, Steward, Junior Bar Association, C.S.A.A.
ROBERT WILLIAM KERR, A, BAE . .
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pledge
Trainer, Scabbard and Blade.
CLOID REILEY KIDD, A, IIKA ...... Memphis, Tenn.
MATHEMATICS: Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer, Phi Eta Sigma,
Eta Sigma Phi, Vucept, Chairman of the Board of Governors,
Parents Weekend Committee, Honor Council: Student Court,
S.C.A., .iI'4'J, Board of Presidents, Skull and Bones.
Head Fire Marshall.
ANN M. KIMBALL, A, AAA ...... Chattanooga, Tenn.
ENGLISH, Women's Advisory Council, Women's Athletic Board,
President, Athenians, W.S.G.A. Council, Delta Delta Delta.
JAMES GARY KING, A, EN oo... Nashville, Tenn.
BIOLOGY, Impact, Sigma Nu Table Manager.
MICHAEL R. KING, A, AKE , . . . . .Nashville, Tenn.
FINE ARTS, COMMODORE, Advertising Manager, Military Sec-
tion Editor, Business Manager, V-Book Editor, Vucept, Vucept
Handbook Editor, Impact, Executive Committee, S.C.A., Fencing
Team, Cercle Francais, President, Delta Kappa Epsilon, House
Manager, Sports Car Club, Treasurer, Publications Board.
PAUL GREGORY KING, A ,,..,,,. Sugarland, Tex.
CHEMISTRY, S.C.A., American Chemical Society.
TUCKER W. KING, A, BAE ,..., Jacksonville, Fla.
ECONOMICS, I.M. Board. .
CAROL A. KIRK, A, XQ .,,...,,. .K1TkWOOd, Mo.
FRENCH, Phi Sigma Iota, A Capella Choir, President, Chris-
tian Science Organization, President, Madrigal Singers, Wom-
en's Advisory Council, Husger, Vanderbilt-in-France, Honor
TIMOTHY L. KIRTON, A ,.... . . . Orlando, Fla.
ENGLISH, S.C.A., Freshman Baseball.
EDWARD H. KLEINER, E, ZBT . , ,,Nutley, N.J.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, Senior Class Vice-President, Tau
Beta Pi, Association Student Governrnent's Committee, Chair-
man, Vucept, Eta Kappa Nu.
JOHN A. KNEIPP, JR., E . , ..,,. Potomac, Md.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERI-xNSG1,lIEMims Hall Dorm Council,
JOAN ELAINE KNIGHT, A, KA , Baltimore, Md.
ENGLISH, S.C.A., v.U.'r.
DAVID D. KNOWLES, A, AKE . .Palestine, Tex.
ENGLISH, Sailing Club, COMMODORE, Delta Kappa Epsilon,
RONALD F. KNOX, A, BAE .Montgomery, Ala.
ECONOMICS, Basketball Team, Baseball Team, Investment
WILLIAM F. KOCH, JR., A, IIKA Louisville, Ky.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, S.C.A.
JOHN E. KOLEMBA, E . .. Hendersonville, Tenn.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, A.S.M.E.
JOHN H. KOON, E, BOII . . . , . Louisville, Ky.
CIVIL ENGINEERING, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma
Tau, APO, Impact, Vucept, Student Court, Beta Theta Pi,
KAREN KOPERT, A, AOH . Jonesboro, Ark.
PAUL L. KOSSMAN, A, ZBT . Greenville, Miss.
POLITICAL SCIENCE, Vucept, Impact, APO, COMMODORE.
PAUL FREDRIC KRUMPE, A, fI1K2 . . ..,..,. . .
East Williston, N.Y.
BIOLOGY, Young Republicans Club, Men'S Glee Club.
JENNINGS C. LAMBETH, E, IIKA . .........,,. .
MECHANICAL ENGINERRING, Dorm Council, A.S.M.E., Phi
JAMES R. LAMPLEY, E . . . . .Nashville, Tenn.
CIVIL ENGINEERING, A.S.C.E., Sigma Tau.
DINWIDDIE LAMPTON III, A, EX .... Prospect, Ky
JAMES H. LANDON, A, 1'lKA ,,,.., . .Atlanta, Ga
ENGLISH, Phi Eta Sigma, Treasurer, S.C.A., Impact, Execu-
tive Committee, Editor, Course Evaluation, Editor, Vucept,
Board of Directors, Publications Board, A.S.G., OAK.
CHARLES D. LAUER, A, ZBT .,,. Cambridge, Mass
TOM LAWRENCE, A .,,..,.,.. ,...., M obile, Ala
HISTORY, OAK, Impact.
BARBARA J. LAWS, N, KA , Statesville, N.C
NURSING, Woman's Standards Committee, School of Nursing,
Secretary, Kappa Sigma Sweetheart and Court.
JOHN E. LEA, A .,.. ., ..,. ....,, T ulsa, Okla
POLITICAL SCIENCE, vucepr, s.C.A., APO.
ROBERT ALAN LEDERMAN, A, AEII . , . . . . . . . .
Highland Park, Ill
PSYCHOLOGY, Dorm Council, Residence Halls Council, Sec-
retary-Treasurer, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Secretary, Vice-President.
JOHN C. LEGG, A, AKE . . . . . , . . . .St. Louis, MO
ALAN S. LEVITAN, A, ZBT , . . .LOuisville, Ky
MATHEMATICS, Vanderbilt-in-France, Zeta Beta Tau, His-
torian, Dorm Council, Secretary, Vucept.
ANN H. LEWIS, A, IIB1Iv . . . , .Chattanooga, Tenn
ENGLISH, Miss Frosh Court, Freshman Cheerleader, Eta
Sigma Phi, Varsity Cheerleader, Homecoming Queen, Miss
Vanderbilt Contest, C.S.A.A., S.C.A., Panhellenic Council,
Vice-President, Woman's Residence Halls Council.
SHARON E. LEWIS, A . .. . . , , , Harlan, Ky
FRENCH, Honor Dorm.
JOHN C. LIONBERGER, A, Bon South Bend, Ind
ENGLISH, Swimming, Beta Theta Pi, Vice-President.
WILLARD ANDREW LITZENBERGER, JR., A . , .
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, Varsity Swimming, Co-Captain, Delta
Phi Alpha, Impact, Vucept, COMMODORE, Class Section Co-
Editor, Dean of Men's Staff.
JAMES E. LOVE, E .............. Clarksville, Tenn
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, Impact, Chairman of Interna-
tional Vucept, Secretary of International Affairs.
JOHN W. LOWE III, A ............ Nashville, Tenn
ENGLISH, V.U.T., S.C.A., Young Democrats.
ROBERT M. LUCAS, A . . Pascagoula, Miss
CHEMISTRY, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa, S.A.A.C.S..
President, S.P.E.A.C., Prometheus.
CI-IARLENE A. LUCKHARDT, N . . . .
Fort Lauderdale, Fla
NURSING, Vice-President Senior Nursing Class, Newman
GODFREY A. LUE, E , . , . . Kingston, Jamaica
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, I.E.E.E., Eta Kappa Nu, Tau
Beta Pi, Secretary.
EDWARD A. LUEKENBACH, A, AKE , , . .
ENGLISH, Delta Kappa Epsilon. President.
HERMAN A. LUSKY, A, ZBT .,.. Houston, Tex
CAROLYN LUTON, A, AOII Memphis, Tenn
POLITICAL SCIENCE, Honor Dorm.
DONALD JOHN MACKAY, E Louisville, Ky
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, Scabbard and Blade, A.I.C.E.
DAVID D. MADDUX, A Hopkinsville, Ky
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Varsity Football.
WILEY H. MAIDEN, A . . . Memphis, Tenn
PSYCHOLOGY, Varsity Football, Fellowship of Christian Ath-
letes, S.C.A., Vucept.
BUFORD R. MALONE, JR., E ...... Nashville, Tenn
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, I.E.E.E., Eta Kappa Nu, Treas-
urer, Tau Beta Pi.
CAROLYN S. MANESS, N , Kingsport, Tenn
NANCY JANE MANNING, A, um, Franklin, Tenn
ENGLISH, Mortar Board, Athenians, Lotus Eaters, Board of
Presidents, Student Senate, Forum, Chairman, Women's Resi-
dence Halls Council, N.C.E.C., Secretary, Floor Counselor,
S.C.A., Preface, Editor, COMMODORE, Coed Handbook, Editor,
Financial Secretary, Miss Commodore Contest, Director, Miss
Charm Court, Parents Weekend Class Chairman, Impact Ex-
ecutive Committee, Pi Beta Phi, Vice-President, Dean Chadlin
THEODORE T. MAECHIBEODA, A Pittsburgh, Pa
WILLIAM S. MARKEY, A, ZBT ..,..A,..4........,
University Heights, Ohio
CHElVIISTRY: Vucept, Skull and Bones.
DAVID G. MARSHALL, E ...,,.. Tullahoma, Tenn.
CHARLIE R. MARTIN, E, ATO . , ,Memphis, Tenn.
CIVIL ENGINEERING: Alpha Tau Omega, President: Engi-
neering Council, Chairman: Tau Beta Pi: N.E.S.E.P.: Eta
MARY JANE MATROS, A . . . , .,.. Asheville, N.c.
PSYCHOLOGY: S.C.A., Sailing Club.
EVA W. MATTHEWS, A ,,,.,. . .sheHie1d, Ala.
ENGLISH: S.C.A., Secretary: Honor Dorm: Spectrum.
ANN L. MecALLISTER, A, xo , Fort Wayne, Ind.
ENGLISH: Chi Omega, President: V.U.T.: Delta Phi Alpha:
Women's Residence Halls Council.
TOMMIE JOAN MCCARTY, A . . .... Atlanta, Ga.
ENGLISH: Women's Advisory Council, Women's Residence
Halls Council, S.C.A., B.S.U.
MARGARET M. MCCLINTOCK, A . , .Muncie, Ind.
HISTORY: CoMMopom:, Editor: Women's Advisory Council,
Secretary: Delphians, Athergans, Publications Board: Honor
L. SUE McCONNELL N IYPB , ...,. Princeton Ky.
NURSING: Nursing studeilt Eaculty committee, B.s.U., Senior
Nursing Class President, Nursing Student Council.
CHARLOTTE J. MCDANIEL, N . ,Poplar Bluff, Mo.
CAROLE D. MCGREGOR, N , . .Clarksville, Tenn.
NURSING: Junior Nursing Class Vice-President, T.A.S.N., Dis-
WILLIAM D. MCINERNEY, A . . . . Fairfield, Ala.
ENGLISH: A Capella Choir, Business Manager: Madrigal
Group: Spectrum: Editorial Board.
MARIANNE H. MCIVER, N , . .Nashville, Tenn.
NURSING: Phi Beta Kappayrglelta Phi Alpha, Sigma Theta
JACK McKAY, A, IIKA . , .... Blytheville, Ark.
HISTORY: Phi Eta Sigma, Vice-President: APO: C.S.A.A.:
Junior Bar Association: S.C.A.: Vucept.
MARY DONNA McKAY, A, KAGJ . , .Louisville, Ky.
PSYCHOLOGY: Kappa Alpha Theta, Athletic Chairman:
Women's Residence Halls, Secretary-Treasurer.
LEE A. MCKNIGHT, A, IIKA Nashville, Tenn.
HISTORY: S.C.A.: Junior Bar Association: Senate: Impact:
Pi Kappa Alpha, President, Secretary.
MARTIN J. MeLEAN, E .. . Nashville, Tenn.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: A.S.M.E., S.A.M.E., N.R.O.T.C.
JUDITH s. MEIER, A, use , Wheeling, W.Ve.
POLITICAL SCIENCE: Pi Beta Phi, Pledge Trainer.
FRANK S. MENEFEE, E , Old Hickory, Tenn.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: A.S.M.E., Track.
CRAIG F. MEUTER, E, IIKA . . , . .Louisville, Ky.
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING: A.S.Ch.E.: Pi Kappa Alpha, As-
sistant Social Chairman.
THERESA SUE MILBURN, N , Perryville, Ky.
KENNETH I MILLER, A, mn . .Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
CHEMISTRY: APO, Pledge Trainer: Skull and Bones: Vucept:
Board of Governors: Freshman Annual, Co-Editor: Zeta Beta
Tau, Historian: Impact.
MALCOLM H. MILLER, A . ..Atlanta, Ge.
CHEMISTRY: International Vucept: V.I.S.A., S.C.A.
PAULA C. MILLER, A, me ., Evansville, Ind.
SPANISH: S.C.A.: Women's Standards: Miss Commodore:
Kappa Alpha Theta, Ist Vice-President.
PHYLLIS R. MILLER, A . .WestWood, N.J.
ENGLISH: S.C.A., Delta Phi Alpha.
JEAN A. MILLSPAUGH, A, IYIIB . .Oak Ridge, Tenn.
ENGLISH, Honors: NURSING: Honor Dorm.
PATTY D. MILNER, A, KA . . Houston, Tex.
MARILYN M. MINERS, A Jacksonville, Fla.
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THOMAS E. MIRGUET A EN . . .Coral Gables Fla.
BIOLOGY, Sigma Nu, Cliapldin, Alumni Onicer, Vucept,
KAREN LOUISE MITCHELL, A, KA 4.,..A....,...
PSYCHOLOGY, Kappa Delta, Sergeant at Arms, Social Chair-
man, Sailing Club, Social Chairman.
ROGER W. MOISTER, JR., A ........., Atlanta, Ga.
HISTORY, S.C.A., President, Board of Presidents, Vucept,
Dorm Council, Junior Bar Association.
FREDERICK G. MCLSEN, A, EN ,...,. Dallas, Tex.
GERMAN, Delta Phi Alpha, Gaxnma Xi, Secretary, Sigma
CHARLES W. MOODY, A . ....., Nashville, Tenn.
CHARLES E. MOORE, E ,,.,.., . . . .Miami, Fla.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, Eta Kappa Nu, I.E,E.E., Vice-
President, S.A.M.E., Tau Beta Pi, Treasurer.
J. PATRICK MOORE, A, mas ..... Claalanatl, ohio
MATHEMATICS, IM Board, C.S.A.A.
LYNN ELLEN MOORE, A .....,, .Nashville, Tenn.
MICHAEL W. lvIooRE, E, Boll ........ Dallas, Tex.
CIVIL ENGINEERING, Cheerleader, JAA-VU, C.S.A.A., Vice-
President, President, Homecoming Halftime Chairman, Engi-
neering Council, Open House Committee, Beta Theta Pi, House
Manager, S.C.A., Vucept, PareSngEWeekend Committee, Forum,
RICHARD H. MOORE, A .... ....... H ouston, Tex.
STANLEY MOREHEAD, A ..... . . . Mayfield, Ky.
DAVID H. MORGAN, A .......... Wllllamsburg, Ky.
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, Marching Band, Intemational Vucept.
SUSAN MORRELL, N . ........... Bethesda, Md.
NURSING, A Capella chair.
JAMES T. MORRIS, E, BOH ........ Frankfort, Ky.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, IM Board, I.E.E.E.
DAVID E. W. MOTT, A .......... Washington, D.C.
PHYSICS, Sailing Club, Rifle Team, WRVU.
CANTWELL FAULKNER MUCKENFUSS III,
A, KA .. . .. . .. . ........... Montgomery, Ala.
HISTORY, Senior Class President, Board of Presidents, Sen-
ate, OAK, Vucept, Impact Advisory Committee, Forum Execu-
tive Committee, Publications Board.
LARRY F. MULLINAX, A, K2 . Chattanooga, Tenn.
BIOLOGY, Kappa Sigma, Cgraniii Master of Ceremonies, IM
W. MICHAEL MULLINS, A, BAE . . .Amarillo, Tex.
CHEMISTRY, Track, Skull and Bones.
DONNA L. MURPHY A KA . ........ Brewton Ala.
ENGLISH, S.C.A., Kappa ,Delta, Assistant Treasurer, W.S.GiA.,
Calendar Editor, Women's Advisory Council, Honor Dorm.
DAVID JACK MYERS, A ..... . . . .Lebanon, Ind.
PHILOSOPHY, Glee Club, S.C.A., Young Democrats.
ELLEN C. MYERS, A ........ . . .Nashville, Tenn.
LYN A. MYERS, A, KAGJ . . . .... New Orleans, La.
ENGLISH: Delphians, Lotus Eaters, Athenians, Mortar Board,
Phi Beta Kappa, Residence Halls Council, Sigma Delta Pi.
HUGH O. NASH, JR., E, B811 . . ..,. Savannah, Ga.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: I.E.E.E., Swimming, Freshman
Tennis, IM Board. .
PATRICIA J . NEIL, A, KA . ,.,.. Knoxville, Tenn.
FRENCH: Vanderbilt-in-France, Women's Standards.
JERRE K. NELSON, A, KA .,,..,, Humboldt, Tenn.
HISTORY: Women's Advisory Council.
M. LOUISE NELSON, A ,.... . .Hoosick Falls, N.Y.
ANN D. NEWMAN, A, AAA ..,. . . Farmville, Va.
ENGLISH: S.C.A., Impact, Hustler, Delegate to A.S.G.
REBECCA M. OAKLEY, A, FQDB ,..., Odessa, Tex.
POLITICAL SCIENCE: Gamma Phi Beta, President: Impact:
S.C.A., Junior Cabinet: Women's Standards.
WILLIAM E. OAKLEY, E, EX . . .Nashville-, Tenn.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: Scabbard and Blade, Vice-
President: Honor Council: Sigma Chi, Treasurer.
MERIDITH J. OATES, A, HBQ . . Greensboro, N.C.
ENGLISH: CoMMonoRE, Woman's Standards: Transfer, Univer-
sity of North Carolina: Miss Commodore.
DONALD JOSEPH O'BRIEN, A, AKE .Florence, Ala.
ECONOMICS: Junior Bar Association, Newman Club, Hustler,
MARY L. O'DELL, A .,......... .Knoxville, Tenn.
HISTORY: Transfer, University of Michigan, S.C.A., Impact,
WILLIAM EDWARD ODELL, A , , , St. Louis, Mo.
EDWARD E. O'HARA, E , ,..,.. ,Nashville, Tenn.
CAROL LEE OLERT, A, XQ , .,,. Cincinnati, Ohio
ENGLISH: S.C.A., Vice-President: Women's Advisory Council:
Women's Residence Halls Council, Secretary, Treasurer: Mor-
TED R. OLIVER, E .,,.. .. .NaShv111e, Tenn.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: N.R.O.T.C., I.E.E.E.
SAMUEL MATHIS O'NEAL, JR., E . ............ .
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: Baseball, I.E.E.E., Tau Beta
Pi, Eta Kappa Nu.
JAMES R. ONSTOTT, E .,........ . . .Verona, Miss.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERINICE Eliga Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi,
CHARLES R. OUSLEY, A, EX .... Jackson, Tenn.
HISTORY: Football, All-IM Basketball, Freshman Baseball.
LINDA J . OXFORD, A, KA . .... ..., B ristol, Tenn.
BIOLOGY: Kappa Delta, Vice-President: Women's Advisory
Council: S.C.A., Cabinet: Lotus Eaters, President: Athenians:
SQ' L V 'Mil
LYNN D. OZIER, A . . , A,,...,... .Decatur, Ala.
ENGLISH: Investment Club, Vucept, S.C.A., R.O.T.C.
DAVID B. PALMER, E, PSK ,,A... Ciiieiiiiieti, Ohio
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: A.S.M.E.
MARVIN H. PALMER, A, EAE L.,.. Memphis, Tenn.
ENGLISH: S.C.A.: Impact: Men's Residence Halls Council,
Vice-President: Student Court.
BARRY W. PARKER, A, ZBT . . .Chattanooga, Tenn.
ENGLISH: Dorm Council, Track, Hustler, Coivuvronorm.
GEORGE PARKER, A, BGJII .......... Louisville, Ky.
ECONOMICS: Commonoar, Sports Section Editor.
JOHN WESLEY PARKER III, A ...... Atlanta, Ga.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: R.O.T.C.
ANN CARTER PARRISH, A, Aon .,., .,.......
ENGLISH: W.S.G.A., President, Secretary, Treasurer: Women's
Advisory Council: S.C.A.: Kappa Alpha Rose Court: Miss
Charm: Lotus Eaters: Athenians: Miss Commodore Contest:
Alpha Omicron Pi, Secretary, Rush Chairman.
JOSEPH E. PATRICK, JR., A, EX ...... Decatur, Ga.
POLITICAL SCIENCE: Scabbard and Blade, I.F.C., Rifle Team,
FRANK H. PEACOCK, A, SAE . Jacksonville, Tex.
MICHAEL M. L. PEARSON, A ...., Nashville, Tenn.
RUSSIAN: Honor Council.
RICHARD R. PENCE, A, KA ,,,.... Salisbury, N.C.
BIOLOGY: International Vucept, Inter-Dorm Council, JAA-
RICHARD L. PENNINGTON, A, KA , .st Louis, Me.
CHEMISTRY: Kappa Alpha, Vice-President, Pledge Trainer:
Vucept: Student Associatigrlk .Attorney General: I.F.C., Rush
KAYE PHILLIPS, A . . . .,... Clarksville, Tenn.
FRANK ALLEN PHILPOT, A, PSK . Athens, Ala.
POLITICAL SCIENCE: Hustler, News Editor, Editor: Vucept:
Impact: WRVU Announcer: Phi Eta Sigma: I.F.C., OAK.
FRANK H. PINKERTON, A, EX ..., Franklin, Tenn.
CHEMISTRY: Sigma Chi, President: Freshman Basketball,
Baseball: All-IM Football, Basketball, Softball.
JAMES W. PINKERTON, E . ...., Nashville, Tenn.
CIVIL ENGINEERING: A.S.C.E., A.s.M.
GEORGE N. PLUMLEE, JR., A, PSK ,..,,,.......
Oak Ridge, Tenn.
MATHEMATICS: PSK, House Manager: Sailing Club.
RICHARD SHANNON POLLARD, A, QDKE ,...,...
ROBERT N. POWER, A .,... .,.... N ashville, Tenn.
GERALD L. PRIOR, JR., A, ATO ..... Webster, NY.
POLITICAL SCIENCE: Football.
DAVID F. PROUTY, A, K2 ,......, Alexandria, Va.
SUSAN R. PUTERBAUGH, N . . ..,, . . , . . . . . . .
Shawnee Mission, Kan.
NURSING: Hustler, A Capella Choir, Senior Nursing Class
J OANNE L. QUALMANN, N . . Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
NURSING: Nursing Student Council, Freshman Nursing Class
President, Treasurer: S.C.A.
ROBERT M. QUERY, E, EN . ..,,... Decatur, Ga.
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING: Sigma Nu, House Manager:
HARRY Q. RADCLIFFE, E, HKA . .Falls Church, Va.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: N.R.O.T.C. Battalion Com-
mander: Scabbard and ilgd1e6fE President: R.0.A. Medal:
JANE RALSTON, A, IIBfD ...,. El Dorado, Ark.
FRENCH: Honor Council, Athenians, Parent's Weekend Chair-
man, Honor Dorm, Vanderbilt-in-France.
LAUREN CE M. RALSTON, A ...... Nashville, Tenn.
JEANNE L. RAMSEY, A IIBKIP . ......, Dallas, Tex.
HISTORY: Women's Advisory Council: Pi Beta Phi, Pledge
President: Honor Dorm.
RICHARD W. RANEY, E, 421011 ,.., Wauwatosa, Wis.
GEORGE A. RASMUSSEN, A .,,I.A.. Bethesda, Md.
HAROLD FRANKLIN REDMILE, JR., E, KE ......
RUTH REEDER, N ,,.,..,.........,.,. O'Fallon, Ill.
NURSING, Nuclians, Lotus Eaters, T.A.S.N., Honor Dorm.
JOHN F. REEDER, E, EN ...,.....,., Richmond, Ve.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING-ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
option: Impact: I.F.C.: N.R.O.T.C.
MIRIAM REYNOLDS, A, P11113 ,..,., Huntsville, Ala.
ENGLISH: Gamma Phi Beta, Recording Secretary.
RICKIE S. RHODARMER, A, me ..................
POLITICAL SCIENCE: Vanderbilt Debate Council: Delta
Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha, National Secretary: Delphians:
Lotus Eaters: Athenians: Mortar Board: Mortar Board Award
for freshman woman with highest average: Junior Class Sec-
retary: Panhellenic Council, President: Women's Advisory
Council: W.S.G.A. Council: Board of Presidents: R.O.T.C.
Hostess: Miss Commodore Candidate: Miss Charm Candidate.
WILLIAM RUSSELL RICE, A, KE . Jackson, Tenn.
MICHAEL A. RICHARDSON, E . .Hopkinsville, Ky.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: APO.
WILLIAM W. RICHARDSON, A . . . .Houston, Tex.
POLITICAL SCIENCE: Winner of Founder's Medal in Oratory:
Second, Frank K. Houston Oratory, V.U.T.: Debate: WRVU:
CHRISTOPHER L. RIGG, A ,..... Kingsport, Tenn.
HARDY LEROY ROBERTS, JR., A, IIKA ..,,,,,..
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: Pi Kappa Alpha, Social Chair-
man, Sergeant at Arms.
ROBERT F. RODDY, E . ,......... Nashville, Tenn.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: A.S.M.E.: Engineering Council,
CALUM H. ROMANS, E ...., , . . . Sheffield, Ala.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: N.E.s.E.P., s.A.M.E., I.E.E.E.
STEVEN G. ROSENBLATT, A, ZBT ...,,,.,.......
Chevy Chase, Md.
CHEMISTRY: Marching BanXd,UDTrum Major, Skull and Bones,
ARNOLD D. ROSENFIELD, A, ZBT . .Hamden, Conn.
CHEMISTRY: Coivnvzononsg Track: Vuceptg Zeta Beta Tau,
Social Chairman: IM Board: Concert Committee: Counseling
RICHARD A. ROTTMAN, E, AEII ...,..........,.
New Haven, Conn.
KATHERINE T. RUSSELL, A, IVIDB .... Atlanta, Ga.
PAUL T. RUSSELL, JR., E, me ..,..,,. Albany, Ge.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: Army R.O.T.C., Battalion Com-
mander: Phi Delta Theta, Scgci61I1EChairman, House Manager:
A. . . .
SAMUEL R. SADLER, A .... . Sweetwater, Tenn
PSYCHOLOGY, Honors: Vuceptg Vanderbilt-in-France: S.C.A.,
Treasurerg Senior Class Cabinet.
CHARLES K. SAFLEY, A, IIKA ...,.. Jackson, Miss
CHEMISTRY: Student Affiliates of American Chemical Society.
JAMES F. SANDERS, A, KA .... Johnson City, Tenn
HISTORY: Football, Dorm Council.
SUE L. SANDERSON, A .......... Scottsdale, Ariz
PSYCHOLOGY: A Capella Choir, S.C.A., Westminster Fellow-
NORMAN L. SANDFIELD, A, AEII . . .Dal1as, Tex
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: APO: Freshman Swimming:
Hillel, Vice-President: Alpha Epsilon Pi, Formal Chairman,
Tau. Tales Editor.
REEDER C. SAVAGE, A ..... .... H untsville, Ala.
WILLIAM M. SAWYER, A, AKE .... Russellville, Ky.
PSYCHOLOGY: Investment Club.
RICHARD D. SCALERA, A ....... Somerville, N.J.
GEORGE E. SCHULTZ, JR., A, EX .Miami Lakes, Fla.
BUSINESS ADIVIINISTRATION: Intramural Board, President:
Vucept: Student Court, Clerk: Baseball: Sigma Chi, Secretary,
CHARLES A. SCHNEIDER, A, ATO ,.,A..........
PHILOSOPHY, Soccer, sauing Club.
ROBERT G. SCHWENDINGER, A, KE .,,,,..,....
Short Hills, N.J
JAMES C. SEAY III, A, EN ........ Nashviuo, Tenn
BUSINESS ADMINlSTRATI8g, Sigma Nu Alumni Contact
SUZANNE SELPH, A, AAA . ..,, .... . Burke, Va
FRENCH, A Capella Choir, Sailing Club, S.C.A. Cabinet, Van-
DAVID N. SEMLOW, A, EX . . . .Peoria Heights, Ill
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Football, Track.
JOHN WILLIAM SI-IACKLETON, JR., A, IIKA .,...
WILLIAM C. SHANOR, JR., A, K2 ...,............
Coral Gables, Fla
MARC L. SHEINBEIN, A, AEII . .....,...,....... .
Oklahoma City, Okla
PSYCHOLOGY, Hillel, Religious Chairman, Vice-President,
President, Fencing Club, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Sentinel, Vice-
I President, Interfratemity Council.
STEVE F. SHIELDS, A, EX .,.. . . Maryville, Tenn.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Football.
GARY R. SHIMER A AKE . ...,.., Bismarck N.D.
CHEIVIISTEY, skuu and Bones. '
LINDA V. SHIPMAN, A, Aon . . Dyorsburg, Tenn
HISTORY, Alpha Omicron Pi, Parliamentarian, Sergeant-ab
Arms, S.C.A., C M I1 R B 'nes Staff' I a t, Y R -
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REBECCA E. SIMS, A, AAA , . . . . .LouisVille, Ky.
JOHN G. SLATER, A, KA . .Birmingham Mich.
CHEMISTRY, Skull and Bones, President, Treasurer, Vucept,
C.S.A.A. Council, IM Board, Secretary, Freshman Basketball
and Tennis, Varsity Tennis, All-IM Football, Most Valuable
Player, IM Basketball, King Rex Candidate.
ERNEST SMALLMAN III, A, HKA .................
ECONOMICS, Pi Kappa Alpha, Alumni Secretary, Jr. Bar
Association, S.C.A., Investment Club.
CAROLE A. SMITH, A .,,.., . . . .Kingsport Tenn.
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, Delphians, Nuclians, V.I.S.A.
ELLEN E. SMITH, A, XI2 . . . . .LouisviIle, Ky.
PSYCHOLOGY, Residence Halls Council, Impact, B.S.U., S.C.A.
GEORGE L. SMITH, E .. . . Valley Station, Ky.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: Marching Band, Pep Band,
Concert Band, A.S.M., A.S.M.E.
JOHN J. SMITH, JR., A . .Birmingham Ala.
ENGLISH, APO. '
MARTHA FRANCES SMITH A KAGJ . .Palmetto Gag
HISTORY, Kappa Alpha Theta, Recoirding Secretary, Song-
leader, S.C.A., Miss Freshman Court, Women's Advisory Coun-
cil, COMMODORE, Vanderbilt-in-France.
MARY ANNE SMITH A AOII .... Nashville Tenn.
LATIN, Women's Advisory: Cciuqncil, Vice-President, Eta Sigma
ROBERT C. SMOLEN, A 4..4 ..., M assape-qua, N.Y.
PSYCHOLOGY: Dorm Council, President: Scabbard and Blade,
CHARLES M. SNELL, A ...... Elizabethtown, Tenn.
JO ANN SOMERS, E .,...,,....... Nashville, Tenn.
CIVIL ENGINEERING: A.S.C.E., Secretary.
GEORGE W. SONNTAG III, E . . .Harrods Creek, Ky.
JERRY W. SOUTHWOOD, A, K2 . . .Evansville, Ind.
HISTORY: Basketball, King Rex Candidate.
TOMMY L. SOWELL, E ..,....,,., Nashville, Tenn.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: I.E.E.E.
LANCE R. SPALDING, A, EAE ...,..., Tulsa, Okla.
CHEMISTRY: Dorm Council: Student Court: Skull and Bones:
Vucept: Dan McGugin Scholarship Award: Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
HERBERT W. SPENCER III, A ......... Mobile, Ala.
PHYSICS: APO, Sailing Club, S.S.A.I.P.
JAMES M. SPROTT, JR., A, KA . .Lake Wales, Fla.
BIOLOGY: Vucept: Domi Council: Honor Council: Skull and
Bones: Phi Beta Kappa: Kappa Alpha, Steward.
CUSTIS LEE STAMP, JR., E . . ..... Nashville, Tenn.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: Engineering Council, I.E.E.E.
ROBERT F. STAMPFLI, A . . .... Brentwood, Tenn.
KAREN E. STANDEFER, A, X9 . .Chattanooga, Tenn.
PSYCHOLOGY, Honors: Chi Omega, Pledge Class Vice-Presi-
dent, Activities Chairman: Honor Council: Women's Advisory
Council: Delphians: Lotus Eaters, President: Athenians, Treas-
urer: Mortar Board, Secretary: Parents' Weekend Steering
Committee: Mock Republican Convention: Impact: Investment
Club: Young Republicans.
GAIL M. STARKS, A ....... . . , , .Ha1nilton, Ohio
KIRK N. STARR, A, KA . . , . . . Chattanooga, Tenn.
CHEMISTRY: Board of Presidents: Vucept: C.S.A.A., President:
Kappa Alpha, Treasurer: Skull and Bones.
WILLIAM A. STEARNS, A, K2 . .Cincinnati, Ohio
HISTORY: Vucept: Kappa Sigma, President: Honor Council:
Kissam Hall President.
DAMARIS STEELE, A, ,... ....... N ashville, Tenn.
POLITICAL SCIENCE: COMMODORE, S.C.A.
EDGAR STEINAU, A, K2 . . ....,. Cincinnati, Ohio
ECONOMICS: Kappa Sigma, Guard.
JERALD A. STEINBERG, E, CIJKiI1 , .Nashville, Tenn.
CIVIL ENGINEERING: Vucept, Board of Governors: Interfra-
ternity Council, Executive Committee: Junior Class Cabinet:
Phi Kappa Psi, Rush Chairman, Sergeant-at-Arms, Treasurer,
Pledge Trainer: Tau Beta Pi.
MARTHA ANN STEINMAN, A, KAO . .St. Louis, Mo.
ENGLISH: Women's Advisory Council: Aquatic Club: N.R.O.T.C.
Blue Angel: Miss Commodore Contestant: Greek Week Queen
Nominee: Miss Vanderbilt Nominee: Kappa Alpha Rose Court:
Lotus Eaters: Athenians: Concert Committee: Kappa Alpha
PRISCILLA G. STEVENS, A ...,... Nashville, Tenn.
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CHARLES E. STEWART III, E ..... Gardendale, Ala.
CIVIL ENGINEERING: A.S.C.E.
DAVID J. STIEF, A . .. ....A...,. Kingston, Tenn.
HISTORY: Band, V.U.T.
JAMES D. STINNETT, A, fIvK2 ,I..V,., Staunton, Ill.
HISTORY: Men's Glee Club: Jr. Bar Association: Phi Kappa
Sigma, Delta: Mock Nominating Convention: Impact: C.S.A.A.
EDWARD M. STIVERS, JR., A, KA .... St. Louis, Mo.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: Soccer Club: Career Seminar:
Kappa Alpha, Social Chairman.
WILLIAM G. STOKES, E .,o... Clarksville, Tenn.
MARGARET STROM, N, IIBKD ,..., Knoxville, Tenn.
NURSING: Vice-President, Freshman Nursing Class: T.A.S.N.,
Second Vice-President: Mock Republican Convention Commit-
tee: Senior Class Secretary: Miss Charm Nominee: Miss Com-
modore: Impact, Finance and Hospitality Committees: Pi Beta
Phi, Arrowboard Rep.: Pi lliilppi .lhlpha Dream Girl: Head Fire
ars a .
CHARLES C. SULLIVAN II, A, IIKA ...............
SOCIOLOGY-ANTHROPOLOGY: Pi Kappa Alpha, Pledge
Trainer: S.C.A., General Cabinet: Contact: Impact.
TIMOTHY JOHN SULLIVAN, A, QK2 ...,........
ENGLISH: Blue Pencil Club: Spectrum: Phi Kappa Sigma, Cor-
WILLIAM SWANN, E, BOH ..... . .Galveston, Tex.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING! Soccer Club.
JOHN M. SWANSON, A .,..,..,.... Memphis, Tenn.
HENRY M. SWATS, E . . . Nashville, Tenn.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: A.S.M.E., Delta Phi Alpha,
JOAN D. TALLEY, A . . .... ....... L nnisviua, Ky.
PSYCHOLOGY: Honor Dorm, Treasurer, Social Chairman.
JOHN R. TAGGERT, A . ...,...... Kingsport, Tenn.
MARY ROSS TAYLOR, A, XO ..... Pine Bluff, Ark.
ENGLISH: Senate: Junior Class Officer: Women's Advisory
Council: Chi Omega, Rush Chairman, President: Spectrum,
Editor: Mortar Board: Athenians: Lotus Eaters.
PATRICIA A. TAYLOR, A, MDB . . . . . .Troy, Mo.
PSYCHOLOGY: Delta Phi Alpha: choir, Gamma Phi Beta, Rush
JAMES L. TEAL, E . . . ....... Williamsburg, Va.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: A.S.M.E.
JOHN ASHLEY TEIVIPLETON, A, KA .........,..
Lake Bluff Ill.
PSYCHOLOGY Vucept: Dorm Council: Pledge Class President:
Vice-President, Freshman S.C.A.: Soccer Club: Student Activi-
ties Card Committee.
KATHRYN TERWILLIGER, N, Aon ...............
NURSING: Alpha Omicron Pi, Standards Chairman: Aquatic
PATRICIA A. TESSMANN, A, KAO . ............. .
Sunset-Whitney Ranch, Calif.
PSYCHOLOGY: S.C.A.: Volunteer Worker at Settlement House.
JANE B. THOMAS, A, IIBID . . . . . Columbia, Tenn.
ENGLISH: C.S.A.A.: Women's Residence Halls, Judicial Board.
FRANK CLINTON THOMAS, E, Bon . .......... .
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING: Beta Theta Pi, Rush Chairman:
Vucept: A.l.Ch.E., Secretary: Freshman Baseball.
MARY ANN THOMISON, A, Aon . .Nashville, Tenn.
HISTORY: Aquatic Club, S.C.A.
JACK R. THOMPSON, A ....... Birmingham, Ala.
ECONOMICS: Dorm Council.
BRENDA G. TIPTON, A .... Roan Mountain, Tenn.
GEORGE S. TOLL, JR., A, AEII ...... St. Louis, MO.
BARBARA TRAPP, A ........... .Memphis, Tenn.
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY: v.I.s.A., Sailing Club, Italian Club,
Vanderbilt-in-France, Impact, V.U.T.
JOAN E. TRIPLETT, A, KA ..... Chattanooga, Tenn.
FRENCH: Kappa Delta, Historian, Treasurer: COMMODORE, Greek
Editor: Impact: A Capella Choir: Hustler: V.U.T.: French Club:
S.C.A.: Vanderbilt-in-France: Phi Sigma Iota.
JOHN DAVID TRULY, A ....... Wichita Falls, Tex.
SUSAN L. TUCKER, A, AOII . .Mernphis, Tenn.
HISTORY, Aquatic Club, Sailing Club.
GEORGE E. TWENTE, A, KA .....,, Jackson, Miss.
CHEMISTRY, Student Association, Public Relations Secretary,
Vucept, Kappa Alpha, Secretary, Impact.
WALTER P. TYREE, E, Ron .. ...Birmmgham, Ala.
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, Soccer, Track, V.U.T., Treasurer,
Beta Theta Pi, House Manager, Pledge Trainer, A.I.Ch.E.
SUSAN L. UNDERWOOD, N, mis ,..,,. Normal, 111.
NURSING, Gamma Phi Beta, Magazine Chairman, Rituals
Chairman, S.C.A., Nursing Student-Faculty Committee, Junior
Nursing Class Treasurer.
RONALD A. VALENTINI, A, Bon . Pittsburgh, Pa.
SPANISH, Beta Theta Pi, Social Chairman.
HENRY G. VAN DER EB, A, ATQ . .Lake Forest, Ill.
BIOLOGY, Student Activities Card Chairman, Publications
Chairman, Dean of Men's Staff.
C. DAVID VAUGHAN, A, KA Birmingham, Ala.
MATHEMATICS, Cheerleader, Dorm Council, Kappa Alpha,
Captain IM Football, M.Y.F., C.S.A.A.
LEONARD O. VAUGI-IAN, E . .Nashville, Tenn.
CIVIL ENGINEERING, A.S.C.E.
RONALD M, VRANICH, A, ATQ .Maple Hts., Ohio
ECONOMICS: Alpha Tau Omega, Vice-President, House Man-
ager, Freshman Football, Sailing Club, N.R.O.T.C,
RUDY J. WADLE, E , ,..... . . . . .Tuscaloosa, Ala.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, S.A.M.E., I.E.E.E., Engineering
Council, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu.
BENNY B. WAGGONER, A, HKA ,......,..,,......
POLITICAL SCIENCE, Vucept, President of Freshman Dorm,
Junior Class President, Student Association, Vice-President,
Young Democrats, Junior Bar Association, S.C,A.
SEBRIANNE SWANN WAGNON, A . . . . . . . .
ENGLISH, Hustler, Sailing Club, Delphians, Vice-President,
Athenians, President, Mortar Board, Women's Residence Halls
Council, Secretary-Treasurer, Board of Presidents.
JOSEPH NEIL WALDEN, JR., A, K2 . . ...,... . .
ECONOMICS, Vucept, Interfraternity Council.
ROBERT G. WALKER, A, AEII ...................
New York City, N .Y.
HISTORY, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Secretary, Treasurer, President,
THOMAS C. WALKER, A, KA ...... Lexington, Ky.
POLITICAL SCIENCE, Junior Bar Association, S.C.A., Vucept,
Impact, R.O.T.C., Dorm Council.
ANNE LEE WALL, A, AAA , .Blrmingham, Ala.
ENGLISH, Delta Delta Delta, Publicity Chairman, Marshall,
Freshman Cheerleader, Miss Freshman Candidate, Miss Com-
modore Contest, Semi-finalist.
HILTON FRAZIER WALL, A, LIDAO . .Atlanta, Ga.
BIOLOGY, S.C.A., Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Delta Theta, Chaplain.
ANN R. WARD, A, XQ , . ..., ..... . . .Aurora, Ill.
HISTORY, A Capella Choir, Impact, COMMODORE, Section Editor,
Women's Council of W.S.G.A., Women's Standards, President,
Chi Omega, Secretary.
LOUISE M. WARD, A . .,....,..... Nashville, Tenn.
FREDERICK A. WARREN, JR., E, EN .,.......,,.
Rocky Hill, Conn.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, Honor Council, I.E.E.E., FE,
ERNEST M. WATKINS, E, KDAO .,,. Tallahassee, Fla.
CYNTHIA LEE WATSON, A . . .... Nashville, Tenn.
POLITICAL SCIENCE, Del1ate Club, University of Tennessee
JOHN W. WATSON, A , .Signal Mountain, Tenn.
PHILOSOPHY, V.U.T., President.
ROBERT C. WATSON, A, EAE . . . Montgomery, Ala.
PSYCHOLOGY, Student Association, President, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, Corresponding Secretary, Omicron Delta Kappa, McGill
Award, Vucept, Scabbard and Blade, King Rex.
LINDA G. WEBBER N AOH . ,Webster Groves Mo.
NURSING, Athenians, Vlfomen's Advisory Council, Honor Corin-
cll, Panhellenic Council.
JOHN M. WEETER A BOTI ......... Louisville K
CHEMISTRY, Freshman Rhsidohoo Halls Council, Men's Regi-
dence Halls Council, President, Student Court.
JOAN C. WEGMAN A AOII ,,....... St. Louis Mo.
HISTORY, Women's Advisory Council, Alpha Omicron ivi,
Scholarship Chairman, Honor Dorm.
LAURA I. WEIL A IIBfD ,..... . , .Greenville Miss.
ENGLISH, Pi Beta: Phi, Music Chairman, N.R.O.T.C. Sporisor,
Miss Commodore Semi-finalist, Kappa Alpha Rose Court,
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SUSAN CLAIRE WEITZEL, A, AAA . Louisville, Ky
ENGLISH: Delta Delta Delta, Social Chairman, House President.
DIANE L. WELCH, N, KA . , , . , Largo, Fla
NURSING: Kappa Delta, Scholarship Chairman: Dormitory
Assistant: Mortar Board, Historian: Hustler Staff: Sigma Theta
Tau, Secretary: Women's Advisory Council.
JERRY W. WELCH, E . . , ,... . . .ClarkSville, Tenn
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: A.S.M.E., Tau Beta Pi, N.S.F.
Undergraduate Research Grant. .
DAVID A. WELDER, A ,.... . , . .BridgevIlle, Pa
STEVEN A. WELLS, A, AEII . .Coral Gables, Fla
POLITICAL SCIENCE: V.U.T.: WRVU: Hillel: Alpha Epsilon Pi,
Parliamentarian, Corresponding Secretary.
JEANNE C. WELTY, A, um A Washington, D.C
ENGLISH: Women's Athletic Board, Kappa Sigma Sweetheart
Court, Honor Dorm.
JANELLE L. WESSON, A, FQDB .Nashville, Tenn
ENGLISH: Women's Advisory Council: Lotus Eaters: Athenians,
Vice-President: Mortar Board: Gamma Phi Beta, Pledge Trainer.
OLIN WEST III, A, K2 ............ Nashville, Tenn.
HISTORY: Kappa Sigma, Vice-President, Senior Guard: Social
Chairman: Hustler, Executive Business Manager, Advertising
Manager: Founders Day Declamation: Loventhal Peace Oratory.
CHERYL A. WHITAKER, A, IIBQD Savannah, Tenn
ENGLISH: Women's Standards.
LAWRENCE D. WHITE, E , . Nashville, Tenn
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: Tau Beta Pi, Newman Center,
l.E.E.E.: Eta Kappa Nu.
ROBERT M. WHITE, A ...... . , Huntsville, Ala
CHEMISTRY: Scabbard and Blade, Eta Sigma Phi, Riiie Team,
WILLIAM E. WHITE, JR., A, 11-Kip A Anniston, Ala
ROBERT E. WIDES, A, ZBT . Murphysboro, Ill
POLITICAL SCIENCE: Zeta Beta Tau, Rush Chairman, Pledge
Trainer: COMMODORE Business Staff: Hillel, Religious Chairman.
TERRY M. WIGHT, A , . . .Fort Myers, Fla
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: S.C.A.
GERALD D. WILDER, E, EN . , , Beaumont, Tex
PAUL C. WILGUS, A, BAE . , . , , .Atlanta, Ga
JOYCE S. WILKERSON, A, KAGJ . ,Memphis Tenn
HISTORY: Kappa Alpha Theta, Archivist: S.C.A. Caliinet:
PEGGY WILKERSON, A, A011 . ,NaShville, Tenn
ENGLISH: Women's Standards.
CAROL L. WILLIAMS, A, KAC9 . . .Parkdale, Ark
PSYCHOLOGY: Residence Halls Council: Athletic Board: Del-
phians: Honor Dorm, President: Kappa Alpha Theta Outstand-
VICKIE M. WILLIAMS, A, AAA , .Memphis, Tenn
BARBARA L. WILSON, A, KA . . Wyomissing, Pa.
PSYCHOLOGY: Residence Halls Council: Kappa Delta, Record-
ing Secretary: Aquatic Club: Italian Club.
J. SCOTT WILSON, A ,,...l,, .,... .,,. E r ie, Pa.
MELISSA G. WILSON, A ,..,,,. ....l. A iken, S.C.
PSYCHOLOGY: Hustler Staff: Athenians, Impact, Honor Dorm.
THOMAS H. WILSON A KE ..,, Milwaukee Wis.
BUSINESS ADMINIs'13RA'1lIoN, varsity Football, Ddrm
FAY K. WIRTH, A, AAA ............. Jackson, Miss.
ENGLISH: Delta Delta Delta, Sr. Panhellenic Delegate: Wom-
en's Standards, Secretary.
WILLIAM ALLAN WISE, A, AEE . .Rock Island, Ill.
CHEMISTRY: Young Republicans: S.C.A.: Sailing Club: Invest-
ment Club: Skull and Bones: American Chemical Society: IM
Board: Delta Kappa Epsilon, Vice-President, Social Chairman.
M. ELIZABETH WOELPER A XQ . . .Atlanta Ga
MATHEMATICS: Chi Omega, Assistant Treasurer, Treasurer:
Junior Panhellenic Representative: Panhellenic Council, Treas-
urer: JAA-VU: Coed Handboolfl Staff: Mock Republican Con-
MARGARET ELIZABETH WOLFE, A .,....,....,.
STEPHEN KENNETH WOLFE, A, IIKA ,,.., .....
. ...,.,.....,.,...,....,..,,. Huntington, W.Va
CHEMISTRY: Student Court: Vucept: Skull and Bones, Vice-
President: Interfraternity Council.
F. BLAKE WOOD, E, QDKE . . . . . , , .Atlanta, Ga
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: kA.S.M.E.: A.S.M.: Freshman
MARSHALL R. WOOD, A, IIKA , , .Louisville, Ky
HISTORY: Pi Kappa Alpha, Steward, Pledge Trainer: President
of Freshman Dorm: JuniorTClass Treasurer: Vucept: IM Board,
MARVEY B. WOOD, E ..,...... Scottsville, Ky
WILLIAM C. WOOD, JR., E, ATQ . .Birmingham, Ala
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: Alpha Tau Omega, Historian:
Dorm Council: TE.E.E.: Student Court: S.C.A., Freshman Coun-
cil: R.O.T.C. Color Guard, Commander: Vucept.
KATHI WOODS, A, KAO . ..,.. Nashville, Tenn
HISTORY: Kappa Alpha Theta, Panhellenic Representative,
Recommendation Committee: Women's Advisory Council: Van-
ROBERT D. WORK, E . . . . . . . Evansville, Ind
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: S.A.M.E., N.E.S.E.P.
JACK ALFRED WOTTON, E, ATI! , Atlanta, Ga
MURRAY H. WRIGHT, A, ATO Memphis Tenn
ECONOMICS: Spectrum: Impact: Alpha Tau Omega, Sentinel,
RUSS E. YESTER, E, KIJKIII . . . , . .Miramar, Fla
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: Phi Kappa Psi, Chairman Griev-
BERNARD D. YOMTOV, A, ZBT Birmingham, Ala
MICHAEL J. ZERING, A ,... . .San Diego, Calif.
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dent. Second Window: Ruth Hill Fulton, Vice-Presidentg Bob Segall, Treasurerg
John Treitz, President.
CABINET. Linda Russell, Representative to the Board fairsg Jed Delker, Electionsg Ed Schumacher, Repre-
of Presidentsg Fred Dunlop, Concert Committeeg Bill sentative to the Board of Presidentsg Tom Stephens,
Weiss, Representative to the Board of Presidentsg John International Affairs.
York, Public Relationsg Craig Tappan, Educational Af-
FRANK ADAMS, A A....,
. . Beaumont, Tex
MARK ADERMAN, A ,. , ....,.,. Houston, Tex
SAUNDRA JEAN ADKINS, A
. . . Arlington, Va
KENNETH A. AGEE, A, TAG ,.... Nashville, Tenn
PETER G. AINSLIE A TIKA
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JANICE M. AITKENHEAD, A, xo ,l., Si. Louis, Mo
JOHN E. ALBERT, A . ...... .,.... P aducah, Ky.
F. SAUNDERS ALDRIDGE III, A, KA .... Rome, Ga
JAMES L. ALFORD, JR., E, BAE .... McComb, Miss
MICHAEL L. ALLEN, A .,,.. Jacksonville, Fla
STEPHEN C. ALLEN, E, PSK . . . .NaShville, Tenn
WILLIAM M. ALLEN, A . , . Elizabethtown, Ky
JANICE E. AMBERY, N, KA , Keokuk, Iowa
PROCTOR R. ANDERSON, A, AKE . Lake Blui-I, Ill
RANDALL M. ANDERSON, E, SAE . Marietta, Ga
COLLINS A. ANDREWS III, E, K2 . .Pine Bluff, Ark
JAMES M. ANDREWS, JR., E, AKE . Nashville, Tenn
MARIANNE ANDREWS, A, KA . . Savannah, Ga
MARTHA ELLEN ARENDALE, A . Huntsville, Ala
STEPHEN V. AYERS, E, fIJK2 . ..,. Sarasota, Fla
JOE H. BAGLEY, E . . , . . .Fayetteville, Tenn
EDWARD L. BAKER, A, KE . .ChattanOOga, Tenn
WILLIAM R. BAKER, A, QIJKE . .MadisOnville, Ky
CLAUDIA A. BALDWIN, N Chattanooga, Tenn
JAMES O. BALDWIN, E, Am
DAVID, G. BALL, A
JAMES H. BANKS, E ..
LINDA R. BANNING, A .. . . Reehelle, Ill
MARTHA CLAIRE BAREEIELD, A . .COlumbus, Ga
H. LEE BARFIELD, A, EAE .
WILLIAM E. BARKMAN, E , .Oak Ridge, Tenn
SALLY ANN BARLOW, A, lIBfI1 , Tulsa, Okla
RALPH I. BARR, A . ..... .
JOHN G. BARRETT, A ,
, . . Mobile, Ala
MARY B. BASHFORD, A, XQ . .Webster Groves, Mo
MARGARET D. BASS, A, KA
RONALD DENNIS BASS, A Gordonsville, Tenn
ROSS F. BASS, A, KA . . . .
NANCY E. BATEMAN, A, KAO ..... McKenzie, Tenn
JOE BAUGH, A, mia ....
. . Franklin, Tenn
JAMES EDWIN BEAKLEY, E . Nashville, Teuu
ROBERT L. BECKMANN, JR., A, KA West Paint, Ga
PAUL L. BEDFORD, E, KIJAQJ . . Nashville, Tenn
MARYS.BEIL,A. ., ...
RONALD L. BELDNER, A, Ben ,..... Clayton, Mo
CHARLENE BELL, N . ..... ,
JANE P. BELL, A . . . .
RONNIE H. BELL, E, K2 .........
PAUL B. BENHAM, A, EX
SARA S. BENNETT, A ...,.
HENRY T. BERGLUND, A .
WALTER IRA BERMAN, A, ZBT
WILLIAM W. BERRY, A, B011
RICHARD F. BEZIAT, A, BCBII . .
FRED D. BIGGS, A, KA .....
NICK BILLMAN, A, N , ...... .
JANET E. BIVANS, A .......
MARION W. BLALOCK, A, KAC9
. .Hindman, Ky
. Springfield, Tenn.
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Poplar Bluff, Mo
.Vero Beach, Fla
. . .Atlanta, Ga
HANS-GEORGE O. BOCK, A . . . .TullahOma, Tenn
ROBERT T. BOCKMAN, A, BGJH ,.,... Atlanta, Ga.
CHARLES W. BONE, A .,.....,,,.. Gallatin, Tenn.
DONALD E. BOOKER, E .......... Kingsport, Tenn.
LENNY E. BORG, A, CDAO ....,..,.,,. Atlanta, Ga.
JEFFREY A. BOSSE, A, AKE ........ Evansville, Ind.
ANNE W. BOWE, E, XQ .... The Hague, Netherlands
ELIZABETH A. BOWE, A ....,...,.. Boulder, Colo.
CHARLES R. BOYD, A, ATO ..,... Madison, Tenn.
DAVID R. BOYD, A, ATQ .,.... ,,,. P aducah, Ky.
LYN BRACEWELL, A, IIBKID .......... Houston, Tex.
WM. RAY BRAKEBILL, A, QAO .... Memphis, Tenn
WILLIAM H. BRAMHAM, A ...... Nashville, Tenn
EARL L. BRAMWELL, A .......,.. Nashville, Tenn
MICHAEL C. BRANDON, A, AKE . .Nashville, Tenn
DREW M. BRANDT, A .,,..,...... Memphis, Tenn
RICK S. BROWN, E .. .,....,.,. Nashville, Tenn.
RICHARD F. BREWER, A, 1DK1If ....,, Raleigh, N.C.
SANDRA G. BRICKELL, A .,..,. Birmingham, Ala.
THOMAS BRIGHT III, A, K2 ..... Chattanooga, Tenn.
REGINALD H. BROCKWELL, E, EN .... Paris, Tenn.
RICHARD B. BROOKFIELD, E, EAE .... Upper, N.Y.
CHARLIE G. BROOKS, JR., A ...,,. Nashville, Tenn.
ADINAH LYNN BROWN, A, FCDB ,.... Murphy, N.C.
MORTON L. BROWN, A, HKA . .Johnson City, Tenn.
KIRK R. BROWN, E, QKMII .,..,...,. Harrisburg, Ill.
. Memphis, Tenn
BARBARA BROWNE, A, AAA
CHAD BROWNE, A, K2 ...,,...,....,.. Tampa, Fla
WILLIAM A. BUNDY, A .......... Los Altos, Calif
GENE E. BURCES, HBO
. , , . Charleston, S.C
HEATHER M. BURKE, A ..,.. ..... E ureka, Calif
M. TERRY BURKHALTER, A .
WILLIAM H. BUTLER, E, ATQ .... Jacksonville, Fla.
HUGH M. CALDWELL, E ..,,.,,,., Madison, Tenn.
MARGARET CALDWELL, A, AAA .NaShville, Tenn.
DONALD J. CALHOON, A, EX .... Jackson, Tenn.
CHARLOTTE H. CALLIS, A, KAGJ . .Nashville, Tenn.
GREGORY S. CAMPBELL, E, KE. . .Offutt AFB, Neb.
PAUL CAMPBELL III, A, ATQ. .Lookout Mtn., Tenn.
THOMAS JOSEPH CAMPBELL, A .... Atlanta, Ga.
FRANK P. CANTWELL, A, KA .... Morristown, Tenn.
REBECCA W. CARPENTER, N, AAA ,.,, Atlanta, Ga.
CAROL G. CARTER, A, HRT ..... Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
CAROL J. CHURCH, A . . . . .
JOHN A. CARTER, JR., E, EN
RONALD L. CARTER, A . . .
CARL C. CASSELL, E, am ,
LEWIS A. CATHEY, E , . . ..
WINN CHAPPELL, A, um .
M. BYRON CHARLES, E, EN
JACK C. CHARNEY, A . . .
CALLIS L. CHILDS, A .....
CHERYL CHILES, N, Aon
CAROL L. CHILTON, A, FIDE
JOE M. CHISOLM, A . . . ..
NITA C. CHRONOS, A, Aon .
. .BrOOklyn, N.Y
. .Hur1tsville, Ala
Oak Ridge, Tenn
. .NaShville, Tenn
. . . St. Louis, Mo
. . . .Augusta, Ga
. . . .Paris, Tenn
. . .Louisville, Ky
. .Memphis, Tenn
. . .Glenview, Ill
THOMAS S. CLAIBORNE, A, tram ...... Atlanta, C-a.
JAMES E. CLARK, JR., A .... Capitol Heights, Md.
NONA JOYCE CLARK, A .. .... Atlanta, Ga.
DIANE LYNNE CLARKE, N, IWDB . Des Plaines, Ill.
ROBERTA E. CLEMENTS, A, AAA . . .Atlanta, Ga.
KAREN JEAN COCHRAN, E, AOH . Nashville, Tenn.
JAMES COCKE, A, HKA. . .Lookout Mountain, Tenn. 'fA" A p, '
CHARLES CODDINGTON, E, HRA. . .CharleRe, N.C. I p
LEWIS J. CODDINC-TON, A .. ...Cleveland, Ohio "iff
RAYMOND L. COHEN, A, ZBT . . .
CLYDE E. COLLINS, A oo.....,.. Shelbyville, Tenn
LINDA LEE COLLINS, A, mm
CHARLES M. CONROY, A, ATo...C1.irlieville, Tehh
WILLIAM M. CONWAY, A . . .
CHARLES F. COOK, E, AKE ....
LINDSEY W. COOPER, A, EAE
. . . , Springfield, Va
. . .Montgomery, Ala
. . . . . .Louisville, Ky
WILLIAM E. CORBETT, E ,,,...., Memphis, Tenn
WILLIAM T. COTHRAN, E, EAE
RICHARD H. COWAN, A, EX .
THOMAS G. COWAN, A, EX . .
. . .ClarkSville, Tenn
. . .Clarksville, Tenn
KATHLEEN M. COYLE, A ....,., . .Baltimore, Md
C. YORK CRAIG, A, EAE ..,,...,,, Aberdeen, Miss
BARBARA L. CRESSWELL, A, KA .... Atlanta, Ga
ELIZABETH B. CROOK, A, AAA .... Jackson, Tenn
BARBARA C. CROSBY, A ........,.. Augusta, Ga
KARIN L. CROSS, N, KA . .... .
. .Baton Rouge, La
. . .Louisville, Ky. Y '59
WILLIAM R. CULLER, E, IDKE . . .BreckSville, Ohio
ANNE C. CUNNINGHAM, A, HBfIJ.Clarksville, Tenn.
CARLTON CURRIE, E, KE ....
PAMELA S. CURTIS, A ....
.Pine Bluff, Ark.
BARBARA L. CUSTANCE, A . . . . .BoxbOrO, Mass.
RICHARD ALAN DAVIDSON, A, ZBT .Lantana, Fla.
GARY M. DAVIS, E . . ........ La Mirada, Calif
MILDRED REBECCA DAVIS, A .... Nashville, Tenn
R. SCOTT DAVIS, A, EX .... Webster Groves, MO
RUSSELL B. DAVIS, A, EN ..... . .Nashville, Tenn
SAMUEL E. DAVIS, A, Ex ....
MARTHA L. DEACON, A . . .
DIANNE DEAN, A ......
ROBERT H. DEAVER, A, epics .
JAMES E. DELKER, A, Bon .
DEAN A. DeMEYER, E . ..
FRED DELAVAN, A, hon . ..
RICHARD E. DILGER, E, Ex
JAMES D. DILLON, A, KA .
ROBERT DINKELSPIEL, E, ZBT.
JAMES L. DODD, A .....
. . Brentwood, Tenn
. . . . . .Evanston, Ill
Little Rock, Ark
. . . .Lantana, Fla
. .Nashville, Tenn
. . . . Carmel, Calif.
GENE DOHRMAN, E, BKHJH ..... .Louisville, Ky
DAVID A. DONOHUE, A, xx . .
RODNEY E. DOWNEY, A, ARE
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla
. . . .Nashville, Tenn
GEORGE S. DRAGNICH, A ......... Nashville, Tenn
EIRIK O. DUERR A KDAO ....
ANNE C. DUNCAN,7E . . . .' Nashville, Tenn
CHARLES C. DUNCAN, A .. Charlotte, N.C
FRED H. DUNLOP, A, IDKE . . .
D. KATHARINE EAKINS, A .
. Pittsburgh, Pa
DAVID EASA, A, ZBT West Hempstead, N.Y
JACK M. EDMONDSON, E . Cunnin ham Tenn
HOUGHTON F. ELIAS, A, ARE
GERALD A. EMISON, E
. . Omaha, Neb
.. .Nashville, Tenn
MARY BETH EPES, XQ ...... ..... L ynchburg, Va
JOHN E. EVERETT, A, mo . .
ERNEST L. EWING A ARE
.. Mem his Tenn
CLIFFORD FAIRCLOTH, A, ARE. Q . .Wyomin7g, Del
RICHARD M. FARNELL, A
. DeWitt, N.Y
JEFFREY P. FARRAN, A . .Winston-Salem, N.C.
BRUCE T. FERGUSON, A F...,A, Owensboro, Ky.
CHARLES E. FIELDS, JR., E -. .Nashville, Tenn.
EDWARD H. FINE, A, AETI .......... Hollywood, Fla.
ELLEN E. FINKS, N , AAA . .,,..... Nashville, Tenn.
CHARLES OSVILLE FINNE III, A ..... Saltville, Va.
KAREN S. FISHMAN, N .,.... ...., S t. Louis, Mo.
RICHARD FITZGERALD, A, BGJTI .... La Jolla, Calif.
SUSAN E. FLAHERTY, N, KAO . , .... Atlanta, Ga.
J OANNE C. FLEMING, A, KAG ..... Nashville, Tenn.
ROBERT M. FLEMING, A, IIKA .,.. Columbia, Tenn.
DHOYA FOLEY, A, mm .,... ....,,... F oley, Ala.
DIANE L. FOOTITT, A . .Indian Harbour Beach, Fla.
JAMES M. FOSTER, U, KA .,,... Birmingham, Ala.
JAMES R. FOSTER, E . , . ,Nashville,
ROSALIND C. FRANK, A ,.... . . .Houston, Tex.
BARBARA S. FRANKENFIELD, A . Savannah, Ga.
J AYNE L. FRANKLIN, A, X9 . .San Antonio, Tex.
RUTH LYNN FRAZER, A, AAA .,,. Nashville, Tenn.
WILLIAM R. FRAZIER, A ...,. .,., H untsville, Ala.
BARRY K. FREEDMAN, A, ZBT , Granite City, Ill.
WILLIAM O. FOUTCH, JR., A, EN ..,. Paris, Tenn.
PARHAM R. FOX, A, CDKE ...,. St. Petersburg, Fla.
DANIEL W. FULLER, E, CDKE Knoxville,
RUTH HILL FULTON, A, xo , Columbia,
CAROL LEE EUSSELL, A, HBO , ,Dickson,
CONRA L. GANDY, A . , Nashville,
ALBERT E. GANIER III, A, Am ...., Nashville,
WILL E. GAUCHAT, A, HGH , Clarksville,
BETTY K. GAY, A, XO .,., ,. . Downey,
BERRY H. GIBBES, A, KA ,Greenville, S.C.
SALLY GATES GIBSON, A, AAA Memphis, Tenn.
GEORGE R. GILBERT, E, PSK .... Nashville, Tenn.
MICHAEL E. GILTNER, E, KE .... Humboldt, Tenn.
EMILY R. GLASGOW, A, AAA , . . Nashville, Tenn.
ALAN R. GLAZMAN, A, ZBT ,,Birmingham, Ala.
JACQUELINE GLOVER,A,KAG.Ashland City,Tenn.
HUGH F. GLYNN, A, AKE , , ,Nashville, Tenn.
LEONARD H. GOLDSTEIN, A, ZBT , . .Dallas, Tex.
ZACHARY D. GOODMAN, A Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
EDWARD E. GORDON, A, xx ..,Pulaski,
J. JEFFREY GORRELL, A, EN ,Owensboro, Ky.
JOHN A. GOSNELL, JR.,
A, IPAQ ...... Arlington, Va.
THOMAS W. GRAHAM, A South Pittsburg, Tenn.
WILLIAM A. GRAHAM, A, BAE Columbia, Tenn.
HENRY K. GRAVES IV, E .............. Bethel, Del.
PATRICIA GRAVES, A, AOII Jackson, Tenn.
REBECCA J. GRAY, A, AAA
HENRY B. GREEN, A, EX
MARY ANN GREEN, A, A011 ,
CHERYL M. GREENE, A , .
PAUL T. GREENE, A ,
ROBERT MICHAEL GREENE, E,
FRANK S. GREENLEE, A
RUSSELL G. GREGORY, A , Kingsport,
AUSTIN H. GRESHAM, JR., A ...... Louisville,
H. RUSSELL GRIFFITH E IIIKXII Nashville
JAMES J. GRIFFITH, A ' , Kingsport,
FRANCES C. GRIGSBY, A, Vfllli .... Nashville,
WILLIAM W. GRIGSBY, A, Irm. . .Kingsport
. ,Atlanta, Ga.
New Orleans, La.
ATQ Evanston, Ill.
ERNEST J. GRISET, A ........ -. .Bound Brook, N .J .
JAMES P. GUDENRATH, E, ATQ .... Houston, Tex.
J. MARSHALL HACKETT, A, KA9 ...... Rome, Ga.
HAROLD P. HAGAR, E ............ Nashville, Tenn.
JAMES M. HAILE, E ............. Nashville, Tenn.
KENNETH L. HAILE, A, AKE ...... Cookeville, Tenn.
MARTHA L. HAILEY, A, AAA ...BrentwOOd, Tenn.
J. GREGORY HALE, A, AKE ..... Worthington, Ohio
SALLY N. HALE, N ............ Chattanooga, Tenn.
SCOTT R. HALL, A, mo ..........
BRUCE A. HAMILTON A KA .St
. . . .Tulsa, Okla.
7 7 ' ' g! '
JOAN ELLEN HAMILTON, A, KA .... Houston, Tex.
JOHN J. HAMILTON, A, B811 ...... Memphis, Tenn.
WILLIAM HANCOCK, E, ATQ. . .Newport News, Va.
THOMAS E. HANES, A, KA ........
. . . .Atlanta, Ga.
STEPHEN W. HANKS, A, EX ...... Jenkintown, Pa.
WILLIAM V. HARTFORD, A, Aim..
PETER T. HARINC., A, on ...
GLENN A. HARPER, A, Mo .
JAMES W. HARRIS A Bon .
. . . .Dallas, Tex.
. . . .Atlanta, Ga.
JERRY L. HARRIS, A, RA .... '. '. '. '. '. '. Pensacola, Fla.
LEWIS G. HARRIS A KA
. . Houston, Tex.
R. RHYS HARRIS, JR., A, IIKA fairmioghem, Ala.
BEN HARVEY, A, EAE ........ Chattanooga, Tenn.
GLENN L. HASTINGS, E ....... Seaford, Del.
BARBARA A. HAY, N, KA ........ Cincinnati, Ohio
GLENN E. HAYES, N, KAKD ........ Dickson, Tenn.
J. BREVARD HAYNES, A, EX . .MurfreesbOrO, Tenn.
HERBERT KYLE HEDRICK, A, K2
. . . .Kenvil, N.J.
LETICIA M. HEGEWALD, A, XQ .... Louisville, Ky.
JOSEPH HENDERSON, A, TIKA .... Oak Ridge, Tenn.
JULIE ANN HENDRICK, A, XQ ...... Jackson, Miss.
JUDITH A. HENNESSEY, A, KAGJ .... Sarasota, Fla.
MARGARET FORT HENRY, A .... Greencastle, Ind.
JAMES O. HERBERT, A, KA .......
SAM B. HERBERT, E, IDAGJ ........
WILLIAM R. HERMAN, A, EX ......
KATIE M. HERRON, A, mo ........
DIANNE G. HERSHEY, A .... ....
BARRY M. HERTZ, E, AEII ........
ROSS H. HICKS, A ................
. Anderson, S.C.
. .Maitland, Fla.
. . . .Niota, Tenn.
NANCY G. HIGGINBOTHAM, A, XQ . . .Dallas, Tex.
ROBERT LEE HILL JR., E, PSK ....
WILLIAM JAMES HILL III, A, AKE
MARTHA D. HILTON, A, RBI, ......
JOHN J. HINDLE, A ..............
JANE HINDMAN, A, mo .... ....
GAIL A. HINRICHS, A, xo
ROBERT L. HIGGS, E, IDKIII .......
KATHERINE D. HOAGLAND A . . .
. Nashville, Tenn.
KENDRA HOFFMEYER, A, in .... Cincinnati, Ohio
ALLEN W. HOLBROOK, A, BGJH ....
J . TERRY HOLCOMB, A, K2 ........
MICHAEL R. HOLDGRAF, A, EX ..
. .Winnetka, Ill.
JANIS I. HOLEMAN, N ................ Sturgis, Ky.
SHANNON HOLLOWAY, E, TIKA. . .MiddletOwn, Ky.
JAMES C. HOLMES, A ........... Baton Rouge, La.
JERELYN M. HOLMES, A ........
. . . .Atlanta, Ga.
KATHERINE J . HOLSOPPLE, A . .Oak Ridge, Tenn.
EUGENE J . HONEA, A, QKIII ...... Birmingham, Ala.
OTIS W. HOOD, A, K2 ......
. . . .Little Rock, Ark
JAMES G. HOUGLAND, A .......... Paducah, Ky
ALICE C. HOUSEAL, A .......... Birmingham, Ala
MORTON B. HOWELL III, A, CDAO. .NaShville, Tenn
PATTY ANN HUDDLESTON, A . .Hattiesburg, Miss
CHARLA L. HUDSON, A .......... Franklin, Tenn
ELLEN HUGGINS, A, KA .........
. Nashville, Tenn
JAMES R. HUMPHREYS, A, HKA .... Cordova, Tenn
CHARLES L, IRBY, A ...........
ROBERT B. IVEY, A, SX .............
Cp T. JACKSON, A, EN ......
. . . .Washington, D.C
EDWIN C. JACKSON, E, KE ....... Springfield, Tenn
STEPHEN E. JACKSON, A, CDAGJ ....... Tulsa, Okla
DOREEN C. JAMES, N, KA .......
PATRICIA JENKINS, E, AAA ..
MARY FRANCES JETT, A ..,.
ANN H. JOHNSON, E, AOH ...
PAMELA S. JOHNSON, A ....
ROBERT S. JOHNSON, A, AKE
ALICE FAYE JONES, E, mls .
DALLAS J. JONES, A, RAE ..
HENRY J. JORDON, A .......
MAY JUAN, A .............
MICHAEL G. KAPLAN, A ....
RICHARD L. KATTEN, A, ZBT
IRVIN A. KAUFMAN, A, ZBT ......
JOHN W. KEARNS, E, KE ....
JAMES MARVIN KEETON JR.
BETTY G. KEELING, A .........
JOHN M. KEENUM, A ..............
.Vero Beach, Fla
. . . . .Memphis, Tenn
. . . .San Marino, Cal
. . . .Atlanta, Ga
. . . . .Nashville, Tenn
.Red Bank, N.J
. . . .New Orleans, La
. . . . .Nashville, Tenn
, A .... Ashland, Ky
JAMES M. KEIGHTLEY, A, om. . .Harrodsburg, Ky.
WILLIAM B. KELLY, A .......... Nashville, Tenn.
SUSIE KEMP, A, AOII ..........
CAROL L. KERSTING, N .... .
. .Texarkana, Ark.
. . .Fort Knox, Ky.
W. BEN KIBLER, A, KA ............ Louisville, Ky.
MERLIN J. KILBURY, A, K2 ...... Little Rock, Ark.
J. ERIC KINDBERG, A ............ Mt. Brook, Ala.
CHARLES R. KING, A, TAG ........... Atlanta, Ga.
EUGENE F. KINNAIRD, A, KA . .
MICHAEL S. KINNARD, A .....
DONALD KIRBY, A, ATQ .......
. . . .LOuisville, Ky.
. . .Franklin, Tenn.
GERALD B. KIRKSEY, E, KIIKWI' . .Huntingdon, Tenn.
. Alexandria, Va.
GEORGE R. KITCHELL, E .......
REINHARD M. KLAASS, E
ROBERT A. KLEIN A AEII
JESSIE M. KLYCE,,A, ...... 11111
KEITH M. KOLERUS, E, oAo ....
HOLLY C. KNUPPEL, A ...........
. . Nashville, Tenn.
...... . . .Eastlake, Ohio
. . . . .Evanston, Ill
. .Mt. Prospect, Ill
CHARLES E. KRUKIEL, E, ax ...CharlestOn, W.Va
PAUL M. KURTZ, A, AEII ...... Spring Valley, NY.
ELIZABETH C. LANCASTER, A ..... Florence, Ala
REINHARD LANGE, A ............
LOUIS D. LANIER, E, EAE
ALFRED W. LASHER III, A,
JANE E. LAW N .........
.. . . . . . .West Point, Ga
ZBT ...... Houston, Tex
H. GRANT LAIN JR., A,
WENDELL LAWRENCE, A,
EARL G. LeDET, E ................
ALLEN D. LENTZ, A, fIfAGJ
DONALD LESLIE, A, EMC . ..
. . Pontiac, Ill
.Lookout Mt., Tenn
AAA .... Nashville, Tenn
. . . . . . . .Nashville, Tenn
DORTHY E. LESTER, A, XQ ...... New Orleans, La
ROGER L. LEVIN GER, AKIC ............ Baker, Ore
HELEN FRANCES LEWIS, A, AAA . .Mernphis, Tenn
MARIAN L. LEWIS, A, KA .......... Houston, Tex.
PATRICIA A. LEWIS, A, KA .......... Tulsa, Okla
SUSAN LEWIS, A ................. Memphis, Tenn
THOMAS G. LEWIN, A, ZBT . . .University City, Mo.
AUSTAN S. LIBRACH, E, ZBT .......... Clayton, Mo.
LINDA A. LIPSCOMB, A, HB6 .... Nashville, Tenn
MICHAEL R. LIPSCOMB, A, AKE . .Mernphis, Tenn
WILLIAM KIRK LOGGINS, A .... Charlotte, Tenn
LYNN D. LONERGAN, A, IIBIIH ....... St. Louis, Mo
HARRIET R LONG A X9
JULIE L. LOTTINVILLE, A, mae ...... Tulsa,
CHARLES R. LOUDERMILK, E ...Nashville-,
MARJORIE LYNNE LOYD, A ...... Lebanon,
SHARON L. MAGINNIS, A, HBHD ...... Bellaire, Tex.
SUZANNE C. MAHANY, A, AAA ...... Oxford, Ohio
ANN JERYL MARTIN, A ........ Shelbyville, Tenn.
JOHN H. MARTIN, A, fIwAf9 ............ Dallas, Tex.
LOWELL F. MARTIN, A, EX .... Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
S. JERALD MARTIN, A ........... Columbus, Miss.
JOHN P. MARTINIERE, JR., E, EAR ..... Rome, Ce.
THOMAS R. MATTER, A, oAo .
DAVID K. MATTHES, E, mm .....
. . . . . . .DallaS, Tex.
LARRY E. MATTHEWS, A, nIvKw1f
. . .Nashville, Tenn.
RENEAU R. MATTHEWS, A, KAG ...... Atlanta, Ga.
RONALD W. MAUTZ, A, B911 ......... Atlanta, Ga.
BARBARA M. MAXWELL, A, xo
PATRICK MAXWELL, A, BAE .
. . .Alexandria, La.
. . .Nashville, Tenn.
ROGER T. MAY, A, EAE ............ Pensacola, Fla.
CHARLOTTE MAYFIELD, A, AGU . .Memphis, Tenn.
MICHAEL MCALISTER, E, PSK .... Nashville, Tenn.
LAWRENCE MCANDREWS, A, fDKE .Nashville, Tenn.
JOHN W. MCCALLIE, JR., EAE .... Knoxville, Tenn.
J. FLEMING McCLELLAND, A, AKE . . .Atlanta, Ga.
CLAIRE L. McCOY, A ............. Nashville, Tenn.
CATHY J. MCDONALD, A, HBQJ .... Memphis, Tenn.
ROBERT L. McDONALD, E, PSK . .Nashville, Tenn.
PRISCILLA MCEACHERN, A, HRKII . .Memphis, Tenn.
ANNE W. MCENIRY, A, KA ........ San Marino, Cal.
MARTHA B. MCFALL, A, Aon ......... Atlanta, Ga.
JOHN E. MCFARLANE, A, AKE .... Palestine, Tex.
JUNE L. MCGAW, A, IIBQD ........ Nashville, Tenn.
VIRGINIA E. MCGEHEE, A, X9 ...... Jackson, Miss.
LARRY R. MCGHEE1, A ............ Nashville, Tenn.
JOHN P. MCGREGOR, A., KA ...... Clarksville, Tenn.
A. L. McMILLAN, E ................. Valdosta, Ga.
ELIZABETH MCMILLAN, N, KA .... Gainesville, Fla.
T. MICHAEL MCMILLAN, E .... Chattanooga, Tenn.
CARL C. MCMURRY, A ............ Jackson, Miss.
JACKIE L. McRAY, A .............. Versailles, Ky.
JAMES A. MEADOWS III, A, KDAGJ Birmingham, Ala.
WILLIAM MEADOWS III, A, EAE . .Memphis, Tenn.
PAUL S. MEARS JR., A, ATQ ......... Orlando, Fla.
MARTIN L. IVIEASEL, A .......... Nashville, Tenn.
ANNE MECKSTROTH, A, KAGJ ....... Fort Lee, N.J.
THOMAS G. MENDELL, E ......... Scarsdale, N.Y.
NANCY LIND MERCER, N ....... Milwaukee, Wis.
THOMAS N. IVIERIWETHER, A, EN .... Atlanta, Ga.
WILLIAM L. MEYER, A, EX .......... Helena, Ark.
MAX MICHAEL III, A, ZBT ...... Jacksonville, Fla.
JIM R. MIDDLEHURST, A, EN ...... Houston, Tex.
J UDITH L. MILHOLLAND, A .... Chesterfield, Mo.
ELLEN KAY MILLER, A, DDB .... Hodgenville, Ky.
PENNY L. MILLER, A, AOII ....... Memphis, Tenn.
WILLIAM C. MILLER II, A .......... Hialeah, Fla.
WILLIAM CONRAD MILLER, E, HKA . .Vienna, Va.
VERNON MIMMS, E, EN .............. 1VIiami, Fla.
ROBERT L. MITCHELL, E, EAE ...... Atlanta, Ga.
J UDITH K. MOE, A, AOH .......... Owensboro, Ky.
DAVID CHARLES MONTIEL, A, IIKA . .Mobile, Ala.
RICHARD N. MOODY, E, fIJK1If .... Nashville, Tenn.
CAROL L. MOONEY, A, AAA ........ Decatur, Ala.
ALAN L. MOORE, A, KA ............ Jackson, Miss.
ROBERT J. MOORE, A ............ Richmond, Va.
SHARON A. MOORE, A ........ Charlottesville, Va.
M. RIDLEY MOORMAN, E, HKA . . .Huntsville, Ala.
STEVE C. MORELAND, A, KE ........ Atlanta, Ga.
JOHN B. MORRIS, E, QIDKKII ........ Washville, Tenn.
SANDRA E. MORRIS, A, FQIJB ..... Owensboro, Ky.
ALBERT W. MORRISS JR., A, KA ...... Tyler, Tex.
WENDY MORRISS, A ............ Sylacauga, Ala.
GEORGE B. MORTON, A, AKE .... Manchester, Tenn.
GARY R. MULLER, E, CIJKE .......... Dayton, Tenn.
V. FAIN MURPHEY, A, XO ...... Lookout Mt., Tenn.
M. VINCENT MURPHY, A, EN ........ Atlanta, Ga.
JAMES J . MYERS, E ............. Nashville, Tenn.
JOHN A. MYERS, E, ATQ .......... Louisville, Ky.
ROLAND H. MYERS JR., A, EX .... Memphis, Tenn.
MICKI MYTINGER, A, 1'IB1ID
HENRY S. NELSON A EN .
. . . . . . .Tulsa, Okla.
WILLIAM s. NELsoN,' A ..1'fQf..HbnsIbn, Tex.
WALTER W. NIXON, A ..........
VICTORIA J. NULL, A, XQ ........ Nashville, Tenn.
J. ALTON ODUM, E, EN .......... Nashville, Tenn.
NANCY L. ONNYBECKER, A, AAA . .Louisville K
R. THEODORE OVERMAN, A
CATHY D. OWEN A AOH
. . . . .Oak Ridge, Tenn.
REBECCA LOUISE OXFORD, 'A' 1 ljabksbnvllla, Fla:
DAVID MICHAEL PALENCIA, A ...Call, Cblbnlbia
PAT PALMORE, N ................. Cave Cny, Ky.
L. AUBREY PARISH, A ............. Daphne, Ala.
ANN C. PARKER, A ........... Miami Springs, Fla.
GEOFFREY s. PARKER, A, IIKA .,.... Atlanta, Ga.
PATRICIA ANNE PARRY, A, IIBCIJ. .Memphis, Tenn.
JACQUELINE A. PASCOE, E ......... Nichols, Fla.
KAROLYN R. PAYNE, N, AOII .... Hopkinsville, Ky.
JOHN W. PEDEN, A, EN ....... Chattanooga, Tenn.
LINDA C. PERCIVAL, E, KA .... Shrewsbury, Mass.
MARCIA A. PERRY, A, DDB .... Sherman Oaks, Cal.
ROBERT C. PERRY, A, fI1KNIf ............ Urbana, Ill.
GARY M. PETERMAN, A, IIKA
CHARLES H. PETERSON, A ....... Pensacola, Fla.
WILLIAM M. PETRIE, A, EX
LINDA G. PETTEY A KAQ ..
. . . . . .Louisville, Ky.
. Bessemer, Ala.
W. THAD PETTYJOHN, A, ATO. '. '. I '. Bainbridge, Ga.
CATHY o. PETWAY, A, KAO ...... Nashville, Tenn.
WILLIAM H. PITTMAN, A, ZBT . . .Montgomery, Ala.
R. KNOX PITTS III, A, AKE ...... Shelbyville, Tann.
JUDY K. PLEMONS, A ........ Chattanooga, Tenn.
WILLIAM POINTER, E, ATQ . .St. Clair Shores, Mich.
JON W. PONDER, A, EN .............. Chicago, Ill.
MARGARET G. PORTER, N ....... Ft. Mitchell, Ky.
NATHAN F. S. PORTER, JR., E
. . . .Huntsville, Ala.
CAROLYN C. POTTER, N, KA ........ Wheaton, Ill.
CLARENCE L. POWELL, JR., A
LaGran e Ill
ELIZABETH A. POWERS, A ........ g , .
. . .Nashville Tenn.
RONNIE F. POWELL, E, EN ...... Pine Bluff, Ark.
T. VIRGINIA POWELL, A .....
. . . . .Stone Mt., Ga.
WALTER F. PRATT, A .............. J ackson, Miss.
JAMES B. PRESSLY, JR., EAR .
DAVID Y. PROCTOR III E CIJAO
. . . .Greenville, S.C.
. Nashville, Tenn.
ROBERT E. PRYOR, A, SN, ...... 'fsb Paestine, Tex.
JAMES F. PUCKETT, A, quo ...
JAMES D. PURVIS El BGII
. Hattiesburg, Miss.
. Russellville, Ky.
soL H. PUTZELI JRI, A, ZBT .... . .Smyrna, Tenn.
JOHN D. QUENELLE, A, KE .....
. . .Sycamore, Ala.
WILLIAM L. QUINLEN, A, CIPAGJ ...Memphis, Tenn.
ROSS A. RAINWATER, A, CIJKIII ..... Sapulpa, Okla.
ANNE LESLIE RAMSEY, A, AAA ...Ga1latin, Tenn.
JAMES R. RAMSEY, A .......... Little Rock, Ark.
J. KIRK RANKIN, A, KA ............. Atlanta, Ga.
ROBERT J. RAPAI, A, ATQ . .Delhi, Ontario, Canada
DIANNE RAVITZ, A, A011 .......
. Kensington, Md.
CHARLES B. RAY, A, TAG? ......... Memphis, Tenn.
RICHARD A. REAMER, A, ZBT
. . . . . .Durham, N.C.
DAISY A. REESE, A .................. Dallas, Tex.
M. DIANE REPP, A ............... Nashville, Tenn.
CRAIG H. REYNOLDS, A ....
. . . .Louisville, Ky.
. . . .Pine Bluff, Ark.
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MARK RICHARDSON, A, HKA ..Brementon, Wash.
SUSAN G. RILEY, A, AAA .......... Houston, Tex.
TRISH L. ROBERTS, A, KAO . . .Winston-Salem, N.C.
JAMES WAYNE ROBERTSON, A .... Sumter, S.C.
ALAN W. RODGERS, A ........... Huntsville, Ala.
ROBERT C. RODGERS, A ....... .... A tlanta, Ga.
OCTAVIA E. ROGERS, A, AOII ...... Tupelo, Miss.
BARBARA A. ROLLER, A, HBCID ...... Tulsa, Okla.
ARTHUR A. ROSENBLATT, A, AEII .... Miami, Fla.
JOHN J. ROSS, JR., A, AKE ...... Savannah, Tenn.
SHELLEY A. ROSSON, A, XQ .... Springfield, Tenn.
IVELVIN ROTHBERG, E, AEH .... Nashville, Tenn.
JUDITH T. ROUSE, E, AOII .......... Midway, Ky.
PHILIP R. RUSS, JR., A, ZBT . ..
LINDA RUTH RUSSELL, A, xo
JAY G. SAFER, A, ZBT .......
JOHN M. SAFLEY, JR., A .....
DONNA F. SALMON, A, ms .
CHARLES E. SAMPLE, E .....
HANSFORD SAMS A GAG ..
LELON W. SANDERSON, E .... '
. Chattanooga, Tenn.
. Chattanooga, Tenn.
. . .J acksonville, Fla.
. . . .Nashville, Tenn.
. . . .Nashville, Tenn.
. . . . .Overland, Mo.
. . . . . . .Decatur, Ga.
. . . .Nashville, Tenn.
CHARLES S. SANFORD, E ...... Watertown, Tenn.
RICKYE JO SARNO, A ........... Jacksonville, Fla.
RICHARD B. SASNETT, JR., A, fIJA9 . . .Atlanta, Ga.
COOPER M. SCHLEY, A, fIJK1If ...Birmingham, Ala.
WILLIAM D. SCHNEIDER, A ..... Nashville, Tenn.
MARGERY K. SCHROEDER, A, AAA . . .Normal, Ill.
KATHERINE R. SCHUERMANN, N . .St. Louis, Mo.
EDWARD SCHUMACKER, A, ATQ . . .Columbus, Ga.
JOHN REID SCOTT, E, ATO ...... Covington, Tenn.
M. JANIE SCOTT, A ............. Little Rock, Ark.
RICHARD SCOTT, A, QIIKE . .Colorado Springs, Colo.
ROBERT D. SEGALL, A, ZBT .... Montgomery, Ala.
BEBE L. SELIG, A, IIBCD ............. Houston, Tex.
LEE M. SESSIONS JR., A, EAE
PAUL E. SEXTON, E, EX ......
M. ELAINE SHANNON, A, xo ..
DONALD L. SHEETS, A, fI1KNIf..
PHILIP L. SHEPHERD, A, Bon .
CARL DOUGLAS SHUSKY A
WAYNE M. SIMON A AEII
. . . . . .Marietta, Ga.
. . .Nashville, Tenn.
. . . .Gainesville, Ga.
. . .Nashville, Tenn.
. . .Cincinnati, Ohio
. Stafford, Kan.
SUSAN ELLEN SIIVIPSDN, A ..D5Rlners, Grovti, Ill:
HENRY L. SINGER II, E, QKE .......... Atlanta, Ga.
MARK L. SIRAK, A, ZBT ....... ..... C anton, Ohio
SUSAN A. SLAGEL, A ............ Lexington, Ky.
ALDEN E. SMITH, JR., A .......... Memphis, Tenn.
ARTHUR F. SMITH, JR., E, K2 . . .Brownsvil1e, Tenn.
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JERRY H. SMITH, A, IIKA .....
JAMES SMITH, E, mn .........
.Johnson City, Tenn.
. . .Wilmington, Del.
LEE SMITH, A, KA .............. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
LESLIE E. SMITH, A, AAA .....
M. HAROLD SMITH JR., A ....
MORRIS D. SMITH, E ..........
RUSSEL L. SMITH, A, ZBT . ..
SALLY L. SMITH, N ......
. . .Little Rock, Ark.
. . . . . .Leoma, Tenn.
. . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga.
. . . . .Camp Hill, Pa.
STEPHEN H. SMITH, A ..... ..... N ashville, Tenn.
SUSAN L. SMITH, A, AGU ......
LEAH J. SNYDER, N, KA ..... Winston-Salem, N.C.
JAMES M. SOUBY III, A, QAO . .Highland Park, Ill.
DAVID D. SPROUL, A, ATQ ........ Houston, Tex.
EDGAR A. S-TACY, E, QKE .............. Dell,
DOROTHY C. STAMPS, A ........ Nashville,
O. PORTER STARK A EN . . . Worthin ton
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CHARLES F. STARKS, E, HKA ..... Louisville, Ky.
REGINALD E. STARKS, E ...... Chattanooga,
FAITH S. STEIN, A .......,......,... Yonkers,
JOHN A. STEMMLER, A, IPAQ ..... Memphis,
THOMAS W. STEPHENS, A .......... Atlanta, Ga.
FRANK W. STEVENS, JR., A, BAE . .Nashville,
CAMERON R. STEWART, A, LIJKE ..Alexandria, Va.
SUSAN H. STEWART, A .............. Dallas, Tex.
OLIVIA TATE STOCKARD, A ....... Raleigh, N.C.
BARBARA B. STONE, A, KA .... Garden City, N.Y.
SANDRA E. STONE, A, KA ........ Nashville,
ALICE B. STRADLEY, A, AGJII ........ Atlanta, Ga.
JACK F. STRINGHAM, A, EN ..... Nashville,
JOHN F. STUART, A, IIKA ......... Louisville, Ky.
WILLIAM E. STUTTS, E .......... Columbia,
JEAN M. SUTHERLAND, A, xo .....
NANCY A. SWEET, A, H1342 ....
T. MICHAEL TAIMI, E, HKA .......... Potomac, Md.
LESLEY A. TALLAKSEN, A, KA ...... Atlanta, Ga.
CRAIG TAPPAN, A, AKE ............. Mobile, Ala.
CHRISTY K. TATE, A, AAA ........ Louisville, Ky.
THOMAS D. TATUM, A, BGJH ...... Richmond, Ky.
VISTON TAYLOR, A, K2 .... South Pittsburg, Tenn.
MERYL FEDDER, N, IVPB .............. Atlanta, Ga.
KATHRYN J. THIEL, A, AAA ...... Evansville, Ind.
NANCY J. THIER, N ............. Cincinnati,
DIANA L. THOMAS, A ..... ..... Lo uisville, Ky.
KENT D. THOMAS, E ........... Clarksville,
ARTHUR B. THOMPSON, JR., A . . .MemphiS,
DSWITT C. THOMPSON, E, KIDAO .... Nashville
LINDA A. THOMPSON, A, KA ..Chattanooga,
WILLIAM N. THURMAN, JR., A, me . .Auam
ROBERT P. THURMOND, A, KE . .Dyersburg, Tenn.
KATHRYN A. THWEATT, A, AAA . .N ashville, Tenn.
EDMOND F. TIPTON, A, BGTI ...... Nashville, Tenn.
LESLIE H. TIVERS, A ............ Memphis, Tenn.
BETTE J. TOMLINSON, A, AOII ..... St. Louis, Mo.
MARY DALE TRABUE, A, IIBfIJ .. .Nashville, Tenn.
RICHARD B. TRAVIS, A, EN ......... Oak Park, Ill.
STEPHEN M. TRAUTMAN, A, BGJH .N ashville, Tenn.
JOHN G. TREITZ, A, QK2 .......... Louisville, Ky.
LORRAINE TREMBLAY, A, F'-DB ....... Miami, Fla.
K. GREGORY TUCKER, A, EN . . .Brentwood,
TIPPY VALIN, N ............ Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
JANE V. de ROOVAART, A, AAA Cedar Rapids, Iowa
GLENDA K. VAUGHAN, A ...... Nashville,
JEFFREY VAUGHAN, A, HKA .Webster Groves, Mo
W. LEE VECCHIONE, E, PSIK . .Goodlettsville,
JAMES W. VINSEN, E, EN ............ selma,
ROBERT M. WALDEN E. ........ Hopkinsville, Ky
HELEN WALKER, A, AAA ...... Chattanooga,
J. WALKER JONES, A, EN ........ Pine Bluff, Ark
WINIFRED A. WALKER, A, IIBQD .... Sheflield,
JOHN S. WALLACE E ..... Kin s ort
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MARTHA W. WALLER, A, KAGJ .... Evansville, Ind
RICHARD J. WALTON, A .......... Gatesville, Pa
ROBERT F. WARD, A, IIKA ...... Copperhill,
GRADY L. WARREN III, A, IRI,
. . Nashville, Tenn.
ROBERT G. WARREN, E, K2 .......... Hardin, Ky.
ALTON L. WATERS, A ............. Bristol, Tenn.
GAYLE WATLAND, A, KA .... Arlington Heights, Ill.
MARY RANKIN WEEMS, A, AAA
. . Memphis, Tenn.
WILLIAM Q. WEISS, A ....... Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
EMILY J. WELLS, A ...........
LYN WOOD WESTMORELAND, A,
DIANA F. WHITE, A .........
GREGORY K. WHITE, A, EN ..
HAROLD S. WHITE, JR., A, EX
Jo MARILYN WHITE, A, xo.
LOUISE M. WHITE, A, AAA
. . .Birmingham, Ala.
NANCY WHITEHURST, A, AOH . . .
JAMES H. WHITESIDE A ....
IIIKE Hampton, Ga.
. . . . .Raleigh, N.C.
. . .Villa Park, Ill.
. . . . . .Atlanta, Ga.
. . . .Martin, 'Tenn.
. Cincinnati, Ohio
DIANE E. WILDER, A,'roR '. '. Nashville, Tenn.
R. KENT WILDMAN, A ......
CAROLE C. WILHELM, A ....
JAMES C. WILKES, A, KA ....
O. WAYNE WILLIAMS, A, AAO .
. . . . . .Lexington, Ky.
. . . . . .Atlanta, Ga.
ANNE E. WILLIAMS, A, xo .... Lookout Mt., Toon.
CONSTANCE WILLIAMS, A, TQIJB
. . . .St. Louis, Mo.
DAVID S. WILLIAMS, A, HKA ...... St. Louis, Mo.
FRANK B. WILLIAMS III, A . . .Johnson City, Tenn.
HENRY N. WILLIAMS, KE ......... Nashville, Tenn.
ROBERT M. WILLIAMS, A, KA . .ClarksVille, Tenn.
STEPHEN D. WILLIAMSON, A, ATQ .... Tulsa, Okla.
ELIZABETH S. WILSON, A, AAA ...... Atlanta, Ga.
ELIZABETH WINSTON, A, KA ...... Valdosta, Ga.
JAMES D. WISE, E, CIJKE ............ Houston, Tex.
ROSEMARY WITHERINGTON, A . .Munford, Tenn.
MARK R. WOLF, A, EAE .......... Stamford, Conn.
STINSON O. WOOD, A, KE ............ Macon, Ga.
HELEN M. WOODWARD, A, AAA ..... Atlanta, Ga.
MERRITT WOOTEN, A, DDB ........ Lebanon, Tenn.
JAMES E. WORK, JR., E, B011 .... Nashville, Tenn.
DENNIS C. WORKMAN, A .....
CHRISTINE M. WORTHEN, A . . .
JANE WYATT, A, AAA .........
ANNE E. YINGLING, A, mis ....
JOHN C. YORK, A ..............
. . . Sarasota, Fla.
. .Alexandria, Va.
CHARLES E. YOUMAN, E, QKXI1 .... Arlington, Va.
PEGGY J. ZEEMAN, N .......
DARRYL E. ZINK, A, Bon ....
. . . . . .Miami, Fla.
. . . .Bedford, Ind.
OFFICERS. First Row: Candy Cresswell, Vice-President, Mary Kay King,
Secretary, Bud Fischer, President, Second Row: Bill Norton, Vice-President,
Keyes Page, Treasurer.
CABINET. David Beavers, Public Affairs, Winfred Presidentsg Marc Steele, Representative to the Board
Anderson, Public Relations, Dennis Avner, Student of Presidents.
Aifairsg Betsy Urban, Representative to the Board of
WILLIAM C. ABBOTT, E, HKA .....
LAWRENCE R. AHERN, A, HKA .. .
KATHRYN P. AICHELE, A, use .
LOIS A. ALEXANDER, A .,......
LORRAINE ALEXANDER, A, XO .
TIMOTHY P. ALEXANDER, A, LIHKY
MARIANO ALIERTA, G2 .........
JOHN BRUCE ALLYN, A, HKA . ..
CHIP AMES, A, EN ....,,..,.....
NANCY J. ANDEREGG, A, XQ
LANDON B. ANDERSON, A ......
. Nashville, Tenn.
. .HoustOn, Tex.
. Zaragoza, Spain
. Rochester, N.Y.
. Owensboro, Ky.
. . .Celina, Tenn.
SARA A. ANDERSON, A, FCIDB .... Knoxville, Tenn.
CHARLES L. ANDRE, A .........
. Memphis, Tenn.
SUSAN L. APPLEGARTH, N ......... Atlanta, Ga.
ROBERT R. APPLESON, A .......
. Memphis, Tenn.
SARA L. ARCHER, A ............... Gadsden, Ala.
CHARLES R. ARENDALE, A, KE ..
JAMES C. ARMISTEAD, A, EAR ...
. .JacksOn, Tenn.
ALBERT ARMSTRONG, E, ATQ ...KensingtOn, Md.
WOODY W. ARNOLD, A, EN . .Carlisle Barracks, Pa.
MARTHA F. ASKINS, E, X52 .... McMinnville, Tenn.
DENNIS L. AVNER, A, ZBT ........ Gallipolis, Ohio
LUIS GABRIEL AYA, E ..Bucaramanga, Colombia
SUE BACHMAN, A ................. Flossmoor, Ill.
CHARLES L. BACON, A, CDKE ..... Kansas City, MO.
RUSTY BADGETT, E ............ Madisonville, Ky.
ALEXANDRA BAILEY, A ......... Alexandria, Va.
THOMAS G. BAILEY, JR., A, QIJAO .
MALCOLM E. BAIRD, E .........
. Memphis, Tenn.
BRUCE C. BAKER, E, EN ........ Shelbyville, Tenn.
BARBARA J. BALLOFF, A ...... LaFOllette, Tenn.
JIM K. BARBOUR, A, EN ........
CAROLE D. BARNES, A, mls ....
. . . .Decatur, Ga.
GLENN M. BARNES, A, IIKA ........ Louisville, Ky.
REID B. BARNES, E, TAO ......... Blnnlngnenn, Ala.
STEVENSON F. BARNES, E, SX ..
STUART M. BARNES, A, ATQ ....
JAIVIES v. BARR, III, A, EN .......
HAROLD J. BARTCH, E, ax .....
ANN D. BARNEWALL N .....
. Nashville, Tenn.
. . . . .Atlanta, Ga.
. . .St. Louis, MO.
. Denver, Colo.
JUDITH A. BASSMAN,,A .iilllVIemphis, Tenn.
DOUGLAS T. BATES, A ........ Centerville, Tenn.
DAVID C. BEAVERS, A, GAG? ......... Atlanta, Ga.
MICHAEL W. BECKNER, A, EN . .
. . . .Decatur, Ga.
ROD M. BELL, JR., E ................. Dallas, Tex.
KATHERINE BENEFIELD, A, DDB
. . Louisville, Ky.
ALBERT G. BENNEYWORTH, A ..Nashville, Tenn.
JOHN S. BENSON, A, QK2 ............ Atlanta, Ga.
THOMAS D. BENSON, A .......... Fairforest, S.C.
DARRYL D. BERGER, A, ZBT ..... New Orleans, La.
DENNIS S. BERZON, A, ZBT ........ St. Louis, MO.
CAROLYN J. BESS, N ............ Nashville, Tenn.
STEVEN H. BIGELOW, E . . . . . . .
. Chickasaw, Ala.
LYNN L. BIGCS, A, AAA ............ Jackson, Miss.
CHARLES K. BILLINGS, A, TAG ...... Dublin, Ga.
DANA W. BLUM, A, XO ..........
HILLARY H. BLYTHE, A .........
JOHN J. BODLEQ, A, AKE .........
. Memphis, Tenn.
. . Granville, Ohio
FRANKLIN BOLLINC, A, HRA .... Kingsport, Tenn.
PHILIP E. BOLOGNA, E ..... Ridgefield Park, N.J.
CHERYL A. BOOTH, A, 1'IBfD ...... .... A tlanta, Ga.
JAMES L. BOOTH, A ............. Memphis, Tenn.
JEFFREY A. BOOTZIN A AEII . . .Jacksonville Fla
WILLIAM D. BOSTICK, A ........ Nashville, 'fennf
GEORGE A. BOXWORTH, A, me ...... Rome, Ga.
MICHAEL B. BoTToMY, A, EX ....... Atlanta, Ga.
WILLIAM L. BOURLAND, A, EAE. .Memphis, Tenn.
GEORGE E. BOWLES, A, EAE ......... Dallas, Tex.
JIM BOYD, A, KA .................... Tampa, Fla.
RACHEL N. BOYD, A ........ ..... A thens, Tenn.
THOMAS H. BOYD, E, KE .......... Munford, Tenn.
MYRA J. BOYSEN, A ............. Nashville, Tenn.
CAROLYN L. BRADSHAW, A . .Winston-Salem, N.C
JOHN V. BRACEY, A ............ Little Rock, Ark
ROBERT W. BRAMLETTE, A, EN .... Houston, Tex.
EVELYN A. BRANDON, A ..... Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
MARC D. BREEHL, A .............. Louisville, Ky.
HAROLD BREWINGTON, A . .Hendersonville, Tenn
GEORGE B. BRIGGS, A, TIKA ....... Reidsville, N.C
GEORGE M. BRITTON, A, KA ....... Houston, Tex
JEFF P. BROOKE, A ............... Bessemer, Ala
DAVID G. BROOKS, E, AKE .... Chattanooga, Tenn
LESLIE R. BROOKS, A, KE .......... Jackson, Tenn.
DONALD L. BROWN, A .... ..... N ashville, Tenn
JOHN F. BROWN, A ................... Griffin, Ga
ROBERT P. BRUCE, A, HKA ...... Kingsport, Tenn
MARY C. BRUMMETF, A, TYIJB .... Birmingham, Ala
RICHARD E. BRYANT, E, KDAGJ ........ Atlanta, Ga
ROBERT A. BUNDY, A, EX ........ Richmond, Va
W. ROGER BURGE, A, EAE .... ..... A tlanta, Ga
F. ANTHONY BURKE, A, QIJKE ...... Louisville,
PATRICIA C. BURNETT, A, AOH .... Louisville,
STEVEN J. BURNHAM, A, EN ......... Mobile, Ala
CLAUDE H. BURROW, A, KA ..... Greenville, Miss
WILLIAM F. BUCHANAN, A, IDAC-D. .Texarkana, Tex
A. STUART BUSHING, E ......... Maryville, Tenn
MICHAEL E. BUTLER, E .......... Memphis, Tenn
GEORGE H. CAIN, JR., A ........ Greenwich, Conn
BARBARA CALLANDER, N, M113 . .Alexandria, Va
JOHN M. CALLAWAY, E .......... Madison, Tenn
MICKEY L. CAMP, N ................. Dexter, Mo
H. CHARLES CAMPBELL, A, EN .... Pikeville, Ky
DAVID P. CAMPERRY, A .......... Nashville, Tenn.
ANNE W. CANNON, N, XQ ........ Nashville, Tenn
VIVIAN D. CANTRELL, N .......... Lapeer, Mich
W. TERRY CANTRELL, E, EN. .Murfreesboro, Tenn
NORMAN ALAN CARL, A, AKE . . .Nashville, Tenn
BRIAN E. CARLSON, A, AKE ...... Alexandria, Va
CARMI CARMICHAEL, A, KA .... South Bend, Ind
EILEEN A. CARPENTER, A ...... Nashville, Tenn
KAREN N. CARPENTER, A ............ Rome, Ga
SUE ANNE CARPENTER, N, I'fI1B..HyattSville, Md
SUZANNE M. CARRERE, A ...... New Orleans, La
GINGER CARRINGTON, A, AAA. .Collierville, Tenn
PETER S. CARSON, E, EN .......... Louisville, Ky
LAURA C. CARTER, A, KAC-5 ...... Port Arthur, Tex
JAMES A. CARBER, A ....... ..... L akeland, Fla
THOMAS L. CASE, A, AKE .... ..... D allas, Tex
STEPHEN B. CASEY, A, B911 ...... Louisville, Ky
THOMAS F. CASH, A ............ Nashville, Tenn
LOIS D. CASHELL, A ........
STEPHEN D. CAVINESS, A ..
ANNE L. CHANDLER, A .....
JOE D. CHANDLER, E .........
PETER N. CHANG, E ..........
CARTER S. CHAPMAN, E, BGJH
NANCY M. CHILDS, A, rims ..
AUSTIN B. CHINN, A, QIDKE
MICHAEL ALLEN CHOATE E
. . . . .Hyattsville, Md.
. . . .Burlington, N.C.
. . .Albertville, Ala.
. . . .Nashville, Tenn.
. . . . .Memphis, Tenn.
. .Nashville, Tenn.
JAMES B. CHRISTIAN, A, 152 .::.Little Rock, Ark.
MARY C'. CLARK, A, AAA ....
WILLIAM P. CLARKE, A, KA .
DAVID R. CLEMMONS-, A, EX
MARSHA D. COHN, A ........
ROBERT L. COLE, A .........
STEVE L. COLEMAN, A, HKA
RANDOLPH C. COLEY A EAE
... . . . . .Tulsa, Okla.
. . . . . . .Houston, Tex.
. . . .Nashville, Tenn.
. . . . . .Kirkwood, Mo.
. . . . . . .Luverne, Ala.
. Atlanta, Ga.
N. CRICHTON CoIv1I3Rf A' ...., llEo.rt' Mitchell, Ky.
DAVID L. CONDRA, E, BGJII ....... Nashville, Tenn.
WILLIAM R. CONLEY, A
. . . .OwenSboro, Ky.
DAN E. CONNOR, A ................. Paducah, Ky.
JOAN C. CONRAD, A, KA9 .....
WILLIAM J. CONWAY, A
ROBERT P. COOK, E, QIPKKII ....
. . .Waterloo, Iowa
. . . . .Louisville, Ky.
. . . .Nashville, Tenn.
WILLIAM ALAN COOK, A ........ Memphis, Tenn.
MARY LOU COOKE, A, IVIJB ...... Cleveland, Tenn.
BYRON L. COOLEY, A, EN .......... Winnetka, Ill.
CRAIG D. COOPER, A ............. Evansville, Ind.
NANCY E. COOPER A ......
. Houston, Tex.
WALWYN E. CooPIiP., E, q5K1lf......-.'..GI'6eI'1Vlll9, S.C.
WILLIAM R. COOPER, E ......
MARY C. COOTS, A .......
. . . .Nashville, Tenn.
. . . . .Paducah, Ky.
GARY D. COPAS, E ................ Madison, Tenn.
MICHAEL E. COPE E QIJK-If ..
DENNIS M. CIoRBIlY,'.IR., E .fCIiaIIan00gaf Tennl
BETTY ANNE COTTON, A .... College Grove, Tenn.
CHARLES E. COTTON, A, AKE ........ Atlanta, Ga.
MICHAEL A. COWAN, A ....... Springfield, Tenn.
JOEL B. COVINGTON, A, fDKE ...... Weston, Mass.
SUSAN M. CRAMER, A, IWIJB ........ Houston, Tex.
EMILY S. CRENSHAW, A, HB6 ....... Atlanta, Ga.
CANDACE T. CRESSWELL, A, KA .... Atlanta, Ga.
DEBORAH C. CRIST, A ......... Shippensburg, Pa.
JOE? VAULX CROCKETT, A, QIHAQD. .Nashville, Tenn.
JOHN WILLIAM CROSS, A, PSK . .Memphis, Tenn.
DONALD WAYNE' CROTEAU, E ................
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
JERALD L. CUFFMAN, E ..... Goodlettsville, Tenn.
JOHN H. CURLEY, E ............. Franklin, Tenn.
DONALD G. DAHLING-ER, E, EX . .Nashville, Tenn.
CHARLES S. DALE, A ....... Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
DIANE A. DANILSON, E ......... New Orleans, La.
J UDITH DAUGHERTY, A, KA . .Chattanooga, Tenn.
PATRICIA J . DAUME, N, KAGD ...... St. Louis, Mo.
PAULA S. DAVIS, A, AOH ............ Metairie, La.
RICHARD H. DAVIS, E ............ Houston, Tex.
ROY GIBSON DAVIS, JR., E ...... Memphis, Tenn.
THOMAS L. DAVIS, JR., E, KA . .Morristown, Tenn.
WILLIAM R. DAVIS, E, PSK ....... Nashville, Tenn.
J . FRANK DAY, III, A, EAE ...... Birmingham, Ala.
CATHERINE DeBARDELEBEN, A, KAGJ ..........
PAUL C. DEEMER, A, BGII .... Bowling Green, Ky.
LINDA LEE DeLANEY, A, KA ..... Charleston, MO.
SIDNEY W. DeLONG, A, AKE .....,.. Franklin, Ky.
RUTH M. DELOOR, N ........... Oak Ridge, Tenn.
ANNE DERBES, A, KA ............... Metairie, La.
JOHN T. DeVANE, A, GJK2 ......... Memphis, Tenn.
WILLIAM DIAMOND, A, AEII . .N. Minnn Beach, Fla.
JOHN R. E. DICKINS, A, EAE ..... Pine Bluff, Ark.
DON P. DICKINSON, A, EN .... W. Bradenton, Fla.
ANNE DIEMER, A, XQ .............. Houston, Tex.
CHARLES H. DIETZ, A ..... .... N ashville, Tenn.
DAVID G. DIMIT, A, GAO .... ...... T ulsa, Okla.
DAVID L. DIXON, A, ATQ ........ Washington, D.C.
WILLIAM D. DIXON, A . . . ..... Kansas City, Mo.
JOHN B. DODSON, A ...... .... N ashville, Tenn.
JOHN A. DONEGAN, E ............ Nashville, Tenn.
CRAIG H. DOUGLAS, A, BGH ....... , y.
GRACE DOUGLAS, A, XQ ...... Bowling Green, Ky.
OLIVIA M. DOWNEY, A ..... Shaker Heights, Ohio
SUSAN W. DOWNEY, A, DDB .... Springfield, Tenn.
ANDREW W. DOZIER, E, AKE ....... Louisville, Ky.
DAVID C. DRYSDALE, E, KA .... St. Augustine, Fla.
CHARLES B. DUDLEY, E, LIUAGD .... Memphis, Tenn.
STEWART R. DUDLEY, A, AKE . .Birmingham, Ala.
NICHOLAS R. DUKE, A, ATQ ..New Haven, Conn.
ALLEN C. DUNSTAN, A, EN ...... Memphis, Tenn.
RICHARD T. DUVALL, A .......... Finchville, Ky.
ANITA A. DYER, A .............. Kingsport, Tenn.
TANDY L. EASLEY, E, EX .... ..... F redonia, Ky.
JOHN W. EASON, E ........ ..... D ayton, Ohio
CAROL A. ECKE, A ................ Clarkston, Ga.
BRADFORD EDGERTON, A, KE .... Baltimore, Md.
JAMES B. EDMONDS, JR., A ..Germantown, Tenn.
ALLAN G. EDMUND, E .......... Cherry Hill, N.J.
ALLAN L. EDSELL, II, E, PSK ...... Louisville, Ky.
DEBBIE A. EDWARDS, A, HB6 ..... Columbus, Ind.
D. GAY EDWARDS, N, KACO ...... Kingsport, Tenn.
ROBERT T. EDWARDS, A, ATQ ..McKenzie, Tenn.
SUSAN S. EDINGER, A ............ Louisville, Ky.
IVAN R. ELDER, A .................. Bremen, Ga.
ALVIN C. W. ELLIS, A ...... .... N ashville, Tenn.
JAIVIES W. ELLIS, A, AKE ........ Nashville, Tenn.
RICHARD A. ELLIS, A ..... Berkeley Heights, N.J.
JOAN L. ELLISTON, A .......... Covington, Tenn.
JAMES F. ELMEN, A, KDKNII ............ Atlanta, Ga.
ROGER J. EPSTEIN, A, ZBT ......... Yonkers, N.Y.
WILLIAM GREY ESPY, JR., E, TAG . . .Dothan, Ala.
NANCY S. ESTES, A, AOH ...... Winter Haven, Fla.
BARRY LYNDE3 EVANS, E, EX .... Memphis, Tenn.
NANCY A. EVANS, A, XQ ............ Tampa, Fla.
OWEN BEVERLY EVANS, JR., A, KA . .Decatur, Ala.
PETER C. EVANS, A, AKE ........ Mt. Sterling, Ky.
TREVOR EVANS, E, BOH ......... Nashville, Tenn.
JACQUELINE M. EVERLY, A, KA .... Danville, Ky.
SHERRY JEAN EZELL, A ......... Lebanon, Tenn.
JERRY J. FAERBER, A, QAO ...... Memphis, Tenn.
JOHN G. FAITH, A, K3 ............ Evansville, Ind.
JOHN L. FARRINGER, III, A, HKA . .Nashville, Tenn.
BAXIE FEITEL, A, AOH ......... New Orleans, La.
RONALD I. FELDMAN, A, ZBT . .Chattanooga, Tenn.
JAMES MILLER FELTS, A, EX .... Nashville, Tenn.
MARK DAVID FINE, A, ZBT ........ Louisville, Ky.
FRED A. FISCHER, E, BGJH ......... Louisville, Ky.
ROBERT STEPHEN FLOHR, A ..... Louisville, Ky.
PAULINE FOLBRE, A, AAA ...... San Antonio, Tex.
LEE B. FORB, A, ZBT ............... Richmond, Va.
MILES A. FORMAN, A ...... Fort Lauderdale,
CHARLES H. FOSTER, A, HKA ..Springfield,
JAMES A. FREEMAN, A .......... Nashville, Tenn.
JOHN L. FREEMAN, III, A, EX .... Nashville, Tenn.
REBECCA FUNKHOUSER, A, PDB Oak Ridge,
CHARLES W. GALE, A, TIKA ...... Somerville,
LINDA J. GALLOWAY, N, Aon ....... Atlanta,
RONALD R. GALVIN, A ....... Elizabethtown,
ALAN T. GANTT, A ............... Riverdale,
ELLEN M. GARDINER, A, ITBQ11 .... Tallahassee,
ROBERT L. GARDNER, A, AKE Elizabethtown,
LORING M. GARRISON, A ............ Easley,
RANDY R. GARRISON, E, BGJH ...... Clayton,
DANNY S. GELLER, A, ZBT .... South Orange,
RICHARD GENUNG, E, QIJKE . . .Goodlettsville, Tenn.
LAURA J. GEROW, N, XQ ........... St. Louis, Mo.
ROBERT J. GERHARDT, E ..Maracaibo, Venezuela
JOHN W. GERTH, E, QIDKE ......... Nashville, Tenn.
MARILYN O. GIRRS, A, AAA .... Decatur, Ca.
STEVEN H. GIBSON, A ............ Chatham,
TROW GILLESPIE, A, EAE ........ Memphis, Tenn.
STEVE GINESTRA, A, EX .... Et. Lauderdale,
DAVID WILLIAM GLASCOFF, A .... Waupun, Wis.
MICHAEL GLASGOW, E, PSK . .Ashland City, Tenn.
VICKI L. GLASGOW, A .......... Nashville, Tenn.
DANIEL B. GLISSON, E ......... Lake Wales,
M. ELAINE GOETZ, A, AOII ....... Nashville, Tenn.
RICHARD GODKNECHT, A, Et-In .. .
JUDY K. GOKEL, A ..............
RICHARD GOLDEN, A, AEII .... st.
. . .Hialeah,
JAMES E. GOLDSBERRY, A, fmt: . .
DAVID W. GOLIGHTLY, E ........
THOMAS GOODGAME, A, KA ....
MICHAEL HENRY GORDON, A, AER Taanack,
. . Kokomo,
KEVIN E. GRADY, A, fmt-I ............ Atlanta, Ca.
JOHN W. GRANT, A .............. Evansville,
OTTO K. GRATZOL, E, fIvKE . . .Westbrookville, N.Y.
THOMAS H. GRAVES, A, HKA ..... Louisville, Ky.
DANIEL ROGER GRAY, III, A .... Columbia, Tenn.
ROLAND W. GRAY, A ........... Nashville, Tenn.
MARY E. GRAYBILL, A ........ Montgomery, Ala.
ELLEN R. GREEN, A, AOH ........ Nashville, Tenn.
FRED M. GREEN, E, PSK .......... Nashville, Tenn.
KATHRYN LEE GREEN, A, lIBfb .... Houston, Tex.
JOHN L. GREGORY, E, KAI-J ...... Martinsville, Va.
RALPH D. GRIFFIN, A, KA ........... Atlanta, Ga.
MARY ELLEN GRIZZARD, A .... Jacksonville, Fla.
ROBERTA J. GROCE, A .......... Nashville, Tenn.
DONNA M. GUSTAFSON, A ..... New Orleans, La.
GIGI GUTHRIE, A, KA ..St. Petersburg Beach, Fla.
GINGER A. GUTHRIE, A ........ Dyersburg, TEYH1.
ROBERT S. GUTHRIE, A, AKI-I ........ Dallas, Tex.
RAY D. HACKETT, E ............. Madison, Tenn.
SANDRA L. HAEFNER, A ....... Baton Rouge, La.
LINDA HAFER, N .................. Westfield, N.J
DANIEL P. HAGAMAN, A, QDAQ . .Chattanooga, Tenn
DEBBIE HAGAMAN, A, KA Lookout Mountain, Tenn
MARY SHARRON HAGAN, N ...... Louisville, Ky
THOMAS HAGAN, A, EX ........... Louisville, Ky.
SUSAN J. HAGEN, A, AOII ....... Crystal City, Mo.
CURT O. HALL, A, QJAGJ ............... Albany, Ga
HERBERT W. HAMILTON, E, KE .... Jackson, Tenn.
BROCK J. HANKEQ, A .............. Kirkwood, Mo.
BARRY E. HARDIN, E, AKE ........ Memphis, Tenn.
JAMES E. HARDY, A ........ ....... P erry, Ga.
BESS A. HARPER, A ......... ..... Lo uisville, Ky.
JAMES A. HARPER A KA ........ Huntsville Ala
EUGENE W. HARRELLI, A .... Mayfieifi, Kyl
PAUL W. HARRIS, A, moi ....,....... Dallas, Tex.
STEPHEN T. HARRIS E ......... Birmingham Ala
MARGARET HARRISON, A, MB ..Kingsport, Tenn:
CONNIE M. HARTLEB, A, KA ..... Melbourne, Fla.
KATHLEEN M. HARTIVIANN, N ..Nashville, Tenn.
RAY W. HARVEY, JR., E ........ Manchester, Tenn.
EDWARD S. HARWOOD, E, KA ........ Dallas, Tex.
WILLIAM HATHAWAY, A, AKE . . .NaShVille, Tenn.
CECIL JENNINGS HAWES, A, IIKA Charlotte, N.C.
KATHARINE H. HAYGOOD, A .... Greenville, Ala.
SUSAN CAROL HEADRICK, N, FQIJB ..Pitts, Tenn.
CHIP HEALEY, E, EX .... Lookout Mountain, Tenn.
JAMES R. HEATER, A, fIwK2 ......... Sarasota, Fla.
HENRY HECHT, A, AEII ........ New Haven, Conn.
JUDY A. HEFFRON, N, AAA ........ Adrian, Mich.
CARL P. HEINEMANN, A ....... Chattanooga, Tenn.
JAMES M. HEINRICH, A, K2 ...... Evansville, Ind.
SARAH J. HEISKELL, A, XQ .......... Atlanta, Ga.
WINDER M. HELLER, A ........... Bethesda, Md.
PETER V. N. HENDERSON, A . . .Cape Neddick, Me.
DAVID W. HENDON, A ............ Mableton, Ga.
NAN HECNIG, E, AO1'I ............. Nashville, Tenn.
BETSY F. HENKEL, N ...... Hendersonville, Tenn.
JAMES STEVEN HEROD, E, QIDKE . .Knoxville, Tenn.
HAROLD J. HERTENSTEIN, E, K2 .... Atlanta, Ga.
... . . . . .Joelton, Tenn.
KATHLEEN P. HESSE, A, KAC9 ......
PHILIP LAWRENCE HESTER, A . . .
.St. Louis, Mo.
DARRELL E. HICKMAN, E, EN ...... Athens, Tenn.
CAROLYN F. HICKS, A, AOII
RONALD E. HICKS, A .............
TAMARA K. HICKS, A, KAGJ ...... Nashville, Tenn.
DAVID A. HILDEBRAND, A, AEH . .Louisville, Ky.
KAAREN HINSON, A, KA ............. Albany, Ga.
DAVID C'. HITE, A ................ Nashville, Tenn.
THOMAS HOLBERT, A, GJAQJ . . .Lookout Mtn., Tenn.
FRED D. HOLBROOK, E, BGDH. .N. Little Rock, Ark.
BRUCE D. HOLCOMB, A .......... Kenilworth, Ill.
JERAL R. HOLDSWORTH, A ..... Nashville, Tenn.
JOSEPH H. HOLLIDAY, A, fbA0 ..Nashville, Tenn.
SARAH H. HOLM, A ......
. . .Houston, Tex.
BRIAN P HOLTSCLAW E
RICHARD T HOOS A PSK
MICHAEL B. HOOVER, A, K
SHERYL L. HOPPER, A .....
. .Evansville, Ind.
. . . . .Baton Rouge, La.
JOSEPH HOLMES, A, GJAGJ .......... Cedartown, Ga.
B631 I . Memphis, Tenn.
ALLAN B, HUBBARD, A, mo ,..... Jackson, Tenn
PAULA M. HUD1s, A ............... Yonkers, N.Y
BETH HUFFMAN, A, DDB ..... ..... M ayfield, Ky
JOHN J . HUGHES, A, fDAf9 ........ Memphis, Tenn
JUDITH L. HULL, N ............... Beltsville, Md
RANDOLPH G. HUNTER, A, QDKE .... Ashland, Ky
SARA HUME, A .................. Nashville, Tenn
FRED A. HURST, A ............... Tazewell, Tenn
HOWARD S. HUSSEY, III, A ........ Tarboro, N.C
WILLIAM HUTCHINS, A ........ Clarkston, Ga
JOHN W. HUTTON, E, KIFKE ........ Nashville, Tenn
JAMES C. IRVIN, A, 111369 . .. ..... Prospect, Ky
JUDY P. JACKSON, N ............. Lebanon, Tenn
STAN G. JACKSON, E, BGDII .......... Abilene, Tex
JOHN C. JACOBS, A .............. Scottsboro, Ala
RICHARD P. JAHN, A, IIKA .... Chattanooga, Tenn
LOUIS M. JAMISON, A, AKE ...... Memphis, Tenn
DARLENE A. JARNOT, N ........ Nashville, Tenn
DAVID A. JARVIS, A, BGJH ......... Louisville, Ky
ATARA SUE JAY, A, AOH .... West Memphis, Ark
RICHARD R. JENNINGS, E ....... Henderson, Ky
DONALD V. JERNBERG, A, QIIKE . .Mt. Prospect, Ill
DANIEL C. JOHNSON, A, AKE ..,..... Atlanta, Ga
FRANCIS T. JOHNSON, E ...... Cocoa Beach, Fla
JUDITH M. JOHNSON, A, HB!-D ........ Tulsa, Okla
MARILYN K. JOHNSON, A, KAG .... Sarasota, Fla
MICHAEL R. JOHNSON, E, ATQ ...... Atlanta, Ga
PAT JOHNSON, A, IYIDH ............. Camden, Tenn
RICHARD M. JOHNSON, E ...... Lake Worth, Fla
VINCE E. JOHNSON, E ........... Nashville, Tenn
WADE C. JOHNSON, E .......... Montgomery, Ala
LELAND M. JOHNSTON, A, KE ..... Jackson, Tenn
STEPHANIE S. JOHNSTON, A .... Memphis, Tenn
SUSAN T. JOHNSTON, A ............. Atlanta, Ga
RAYMOND L. JONES, A, KDKY .... Nashville, Tenn.
RUSSELL C. JONES, E, Ill-NI .... Murfreesboro, Tenn
SANDRA J. JONES, N ............. Vincennes, Ind
VVILLIAIVI G. JORDAN, E ........ Oak Ridge, Tenn
ANNA L. JORGENSEN, A, KM-J ........ Atlanta, Ga
RICHARD WILLIAM KALB, A, BGJII . . .Vienna, Va
WILLIAM M. KEEL, E ............ Nashville, Tenn
CAROL A. KEITHLEY, A, YflwB .... Maryville, Tenn
EDWARD DENNIS KELL, A, AKE . . .Mellville, N.J.
JUDY A. KEMP, A, KAGD .............. Dallas, Tex.
DAN A A. KENDALL, A, 1'-6B ....... Nashville, Tenn.
WILLIAM G. KENNON, A, BGDII .... Nashville, Tenn.
JULIE D. KERLING, A .......... Fayetteville, Ark.
W. MICHAEL KERN, E, ATQ ....... Bethlehem, Pa.
ELEANOR H. KESSLER, N, AOH ........ Troy, N.Y.
MARTIN KESSLER, A., AEH .......... Tampa, Fla.
FRANK M. KIBLER, E, 6MB .......... Atlanta, Ga.
DAVID C. KIECH, N .............. Jonesboro, Ark.
DONNA M. KILLEBREW, A, AOH . .Nashville, Tenn
GEORGE ROBERT KING, A ...... Nashville, Tenn.
KATHRYN L. KING, A, HB6 ...... Nashville, Tenn.
MARY K. KING, A, HB6 ............ St. Louis, Mo.
SUSAN C. KING, A, HB6 ..... Murfreesboro, Tenn.
PETER KINNEAR, E, KE . . .Buenos Aires, Argentina
JOE T. KIRKPATRICK, E, K2 ..... Memphis, Tenn.
ALLAN E. KIRKSTEIN, A, AEH ..... Hartside, N .Y.
EDWIN N. KITTRELL, A, AKE . .. ..... Tyler, Tex.
JOHN F. KIZER, JR., A, K2 .... ..... M ilan, Tenn.
RICHARD A. KLEIN, E, EN ........ St. Louis, Mo.
RICHARD D. KLIMA, A, 6K2 ...... Huntsville, Ala.
B. GEORGE KNIAZEWYEZ, E .... Nashville, Tenn.
DANIEL P. KNOPF, A, 6K2
NANCY L. KNOX A HB6 .
THOMAS C. KOCH, A, IIKA. ' ' U
ERIC T. KONEKAL, A .,...
JAMES G. KOPPIUS, A, KA
JAMES R. KOTHE, A, KDAO . . .
LEIGH W. KOTKOV, A ....
PATRICIA R. KUNZE, N . . .
MARY K. KUPPER, N ...........
KAPPY L. KYLE, A, AAA ..
BILL LAFEVOR, A, Ex .....
. . . . . . .Nashville, Tenn.
WILLIAM D. LAMBERT, A ......
. . .Louisville, Ky.
. . .Louisville, Ky.
. . .LexingtOn, Ky.
. . . . .Tulsa, Okla.
. . . .SyOsset, N.Y.
. . . . . .Commerce, Ga.
. . . .HouStOn, Tex.
. . Henderson, Ky.
ROBERT M. LAMONS, JR., E, fuzz ..... Tulsa, OMR.
MASON H. LAMPTON, A, EX ....... Prospect, Ky.
JOHN R. LANDON, E, HKA ........... Atlanta, Ga.
GREGORY P. LaPOINTE, A, AIU? . . .New York, N.Y.
RAYMOND H. LARSON, A, 6AGJ .... Memphis, Tenn.
JOHN BROOKE LATHRAM, A, LIJAGJ Memphis, Tenn.
CLAIRE A. LAUKHUE, A, 116B .... Fern Creek, Ky.
KAREN A. LAVELY, A ........... Nashville, Tenn.
WALTER J. LAWLESS, A, KA .... New Orleans, La.
DONALD H. LAWLEY, A, ATQ ...... Summit, N.J.
VALERIE LAWRENCE, A . . .Santa Rosa Beach, Fla.
MARGARET R. LEE, N, AAA
RUSSELL W. LEE, A .......
JAMES LEFFERS JR. A EX
. . . . . .Nashville, Tenn.
. . . . . . .Nashville, Tenn.
GEORGE K. LEONARD, A, JAKE' f f f jNashvil1e, Tenn.
JOHN C. LEVINE, E, BGJH ..
RERTRAM L. LEVY, A, ZBT ......
ROBERT M. LIGO-N A EX .
. . . . .Atlanta, Ga.
DANIEL D. LIPPERIVIAN, E, A'1If2l1z..Bellaire, ohio
WILLIAM R. LONG, A, ATQ
JOHN C. LOVELL, A, KE
JOHN P. LUCAS, A ........
GEORGE LUCKEY, E,,AKE .
ANNETTE LLOYD, A ...........
. . .Jefferson Town, Ky.
. . . . . . .Nashville, Tenn.
LARRY C. LUBEL, A, ZBT .......
. . .AnnistOn, Ala.
. . . . .NOrfolk, Va.
.. . . .McLean, Va.
. . ..... Florence, Ala.
MARY M. LUCKHARDT, N .... Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
INGRID A. LUNDAHL, A, AOH ........ Dallas, Tex.
RICHARD A. LYNCH, E, EN ...... Mt. Prospect, Ill.
CHARLES V. LYONS, A, BAE ...... Memphis, Tenn.
ALEXANDER W. MacLEAN, A .... Nashville, Tenn.
PETER C. MacDONALD, A, B911 ...Owensboro, Ky.
PERRY A. IVIACDONALD, A .......... Tulsa, okla.
ROBERT BRUCE MacILVEEN, A ..Huntsville, Ala.
CHRIS J. MADIGAN, A ........... Little Rock, Ark.
GWETHALYN MAGILL, A ...... Brentwood, Tenn.
DAN MAGRUDER, E, EAE ..... McComb, Miss.
DORIS M. MAHON, N ................. Hazlet, N.J.
WILLIAM E. MAJOR, A, AKE ...Willimantic, Conn.
JULIE L. MALONE, A, KACO ........ Memphis, Tenn.
ELIZABETH MARKHAM, A, AAA Tiptonville, Tenn.
SALLY W. MARSALEK, N, F'-DB ...... Glendale, Mo.
BETTY LUCK MARTIN, A, AAA ..... Jackson, Miss.
GREGORY N. MARTIN, E, AKE .... Nashville, Tenn.
GUY V. MARTIN, A ................ Trussville, Ala.
JAMES G. MARTIN, III, A, KA ....... Jackson, Miss.
KAREN K. MARTIN, N ...... . . .
L. ELLEN MARTIN, N ......
PETER W. MARTIN, E, ATQ ....
THOMAS W. MARTIN A ......
JACKIE s. MASON, A, KA ..... 11
CHARLES E. MATTHEWS, III, E
K. HEIDT MATTHEWS, JR., E .
CHARLOTTE A. MATHIAS, N .
JODEE K. MAUNE, A ..........
. . . . .Dalton, Ga.
LARRY E. MARTIN, A ...........
. . . .Shaftsbury, Vt.
. .Madison, Tenn.
. . . . . . .At1anta, Ga.
. . .Maplewood, N.J.
NANCYE F. MAURER, N, AOH ........ Atlanta, Ga.
LOIS E. MCANDREWS, A, IWIDB .... Nashville, Tenn.
THOMAS P. MCCARTHY, A, JDKE . .Nashville, Tenn.
RODY L. MCCATHERN, E, QK2 . .Old Hickory, Tenn.
CYNTHIA MCCLENNON, A ...Winston-Salem, N.C.
DAVID C. MCCLURE, E .......... McKenzie, Tenn.
LESLIE G. McCORMICK, E, fIvAGJ
STEVEN G. MCCONNELL E EX
. . . .Le-Xington, Ky.
RICHARD E. MCCURRINS, fIJIiIIL'.'.Annanda1e, va.
STEPHEN L. MCCORD, E, EAE .
ALICE R. MCCOWN, A ........
EDITH s. MCFEE, N, AAA ......
. . . .Shreveport, La.
. . . . .Pulaski, Tenn.
. . . .Atlanta, Ga.
P. THOMAS MCGEET, E, AKE ....... Nashville, Tenn.
JULIE L. MCGEHEE, A, HBQIJ . . .
JAMES P. MCGUIRE, E, AKE . . .
. . . .Greenville, Ala.
E. FRED MCPHAIL, A, IIKA ......... Charlotte, N.C.
MARY MCKENZIE, A, KAQ ....
. . . . . .Shelby, Miss.
JAMES M. MCKINNIE, E, KPKE ...... Lakewood, Ohio
JACK D. MCMAKEN A EX ....
JOHN C. McPHEETERS,,E, AKE '. '. . .sn Louis, MO.
TERRY S. MCRAE, A, KA .....
CAROL DALE MEANLEY, E .....
TERRY P. MEDLIN, A, fI,K1I1
OLDEN B. MEEK, A .............
JANET E. MENDELSOHN, A . .
BERKELEY S. MERRILL A ..
. .Marianna, Fla.
. .Jackson, Tenn.
. . .Dayton, Ohio
Fort Worth Tex.
KATHLEEN M. MEYERS, N, KA .. .Valparaiso, Ind.
MARY M. MEYERS, A, KAQJ .......... St. Louis, Mo.
JOHN A. MICHENER, A, AKE ...... Kirkwood, Mo.
EDWARD J. MILLER, A, ATQ ...... Nashville, Tenn.
LYNNE L. MILLER, A, IWIDB ....... Columbia, Tenn.
MARSHA JANE MILLER, A, AAA ...... Tulsa, Okla.
RICHARD A. MILLER, JR., A., K2 . .Memphis, Tenn.
ROBERT F. MILLER, A, GJAGJ . . .Germantown, Tenn.
CAROL E. MILLIKEN, A, AAA . .Bowling Green, Ky.
CAROL L. MILTON, A, XQ ............ Alcoa, Tenn.
WILLIAM T. MILTON, A, EAE ......... Atlanta, Ga.
CHERYL MITCHELL, A, AOI1 .... Vicksburg, Miss.
JERRY W. MITCHELL, A, K2 .... Signal Mt., Tenn.
MARGARET M. MITCHELL, A, KAGJ Memphis, Tenn.
REBECCA J. MONTGOMERY, A, HBCD Versailles, Ky.
WILLIAM R. MENZIES, E, BGII ..... Jackson, Tenn.
MARILYN J. MOONEY, A, IIBQ I .... GlenRock, N.J.
BOB MOORE, A, BAE ............... Gallatin, Tenn.
CHRISTINE V. MOORE, A ......... Memphis, Tenn.
NELSON K. MOORE, A ........... Nashville, Tenn.
ROBERT R. MOORE, A .......... Kingsport, Tenn.
THOMAS LOWELL MOORE, A ...... Florence, Ala.
THOMAS O. MOORE, E, HKA ........ Houston, Tex.
JAMES H. MORGAN, A, EAE ...... Greenville, S.C.
MORRIS H. MORGAN, E .......... Cedartown, Ga.
TOM E. MORGAN, A, HKA ........ Knoxville, Tenn.
BARRY MORGUELAN, A, ZBT ...... Louisville, Ky.
JOHN COWAN MORLAND, A, HKA .... Monroe, La.
STEPHEN PAUL MORRIS, A, QIJKE . .Ft. Worth, Tex.
H. LOUIS MORRISON, III, A, KA ...... Dallas, Tex.
WILLIAM A. MOSLEY, A, CIJKE ...... Decatur, Ga.
RAYMOND MURHLMAN, E, ATQ Charleston, W. Va.
GEORGE E. MUDTER, A, EAR ...... Manchester, Ga.
DENA P. MURPHY, A, X0 ............ Decatur, Ga.
MARY L. MURRILL, E, XQ .... Parkersburg, W. Va.
ROBERT A. NAILLING, A ....... Union City, Tenn.
WALLACE R. NELMS, JR., A .......... Macon, Ga.
JEAN C. NELSON, A, KAC9 ........ Nashville, Tenn.
STEVEN H. NICHOLS, A, ATQ ....... St. Louis, Mo.
THOMAS R. NICHOLS, A, AKE .Chattanooga, Tenn.
WILLIAM M. NICHOLS, A, IIKA .... Jackson, Miss.
JOHN A. NICKEY, A, K2 .......... Memphis, Tenn.
MARCIA NIGHTINGALE, N, IYIJB .... Louisville, Ky.
ELLEN M. NOBLES, E ........... Yazoo City, Miss.
LEE F. NOEL, A .................. Nashville, Tenn.
GAIL ANN NORMAN, A, IIBKD ......... Dallas, Tex.
DONALD C. NORTH, III, A, ATU . . .Lynchburg, Va.
STEVEN F. NORTH, A, IIKA ........ Jackson, Miss.
JOE M. NORTON, A, KE ............... Atlanta, Ga.
WILLIAM N. NORTON, A, KA ...... Jackson, Miss.
DAVID L. NORWOOD, A ........ Montgomery, Ala.
VALORIE A. NUNNS, A ......... Great Falls, Mont.
KAREN S. Oi'CALLAGHAN, A, AOII .. .Atlanta, Ga.
ALBERT OELSCHLAEGER, E, EAE Larchmont, N.Y.
CHARLES H. OFFENBURGER, A Shenandoah, Iowa
ANN OHLMACHER, A, XQ . . .New Port Richey, Fla.
WILLIAM W. OLDI-IAM, E, AKE .... Louisville, Ky.
MARY B, OLIVER, A, KA ......... Nashville, Tenn.
WILLIAM M. ORDWAY, A, KA ........ Decatur, Ga.
SHERRY E. OVERTON, A, DDB .... Nashville, Tenn.
FRANK T. PADBERG, A ......... Little Rock, Ark.
G. KEYES PAGE, A, EN ........... Vicksburg, Miss.
KATHRYN L. PALMER, A, X9 . . .Birmingham, Ala.
JOHN I-I. PAMPLIN, A ................ Atlanta, Ga.
PAUL F. PANKHURST, E, EN .
. . .Memphis, Tenn.
KENNETH PARCHMAN, A, BTH. .
DALLAS R. PARKER, A, ATQ ....
LARRY M. PARKER, E ..........
LEO WILLARD PARKER, E .....
KENNETH D. PARROT, A, Bon
RICHARD PATRICK III, A, EAE
. . .Houston, Tex.
. . . .Louisville, Ky.
WARD W. PATTERSON, A, EX ....... St. Louis, Mo.
SARAH F. PEDIGO, A .......... Chattanooga, Tenn.
BOB L. PEGG, A, EX ......... Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
DON R. PELSTER, E ................ St. Louis, Mo.
GENE B. PENNELL, A, KA ........... St. Louis, Mo.
CAROLINE L. PENROD, A, KA . . .Indianapolis, Ind.
BOBBIE J. PERDUE, N .............. Red Fox, Ky.
CRAIG B. PERKINS, A .............. Houston, Tex.
THOMAS W. PERKINS, E, KE .......... Bristol, Va.
JON C. PETERSON, A, EN .... Chippewa Lake, Ohio
RONALD M. PETTUS, E, EX ...... Nashville, Tenn.
JAMES E. PHELAN, A, EN ........ Blacksburg, va.
PAULA D. PHELPS, A, AAA ........... Athens, Ga.
LYNN FRANCES PHILLIPS, A ,.... Richmond, Va.
WILLIAM W. PHILLIPS, A, INN, Chattanooga, Tenn.
GARY W. PICHON, A ................ Eufaula, Ala.
ROBERT J. PINSTEIN, A, ZBT ..... Memphis, Tenn.
LARRY R. PITMAN, A, KE ......... Evansville, Ind.
STEVE E. PLONKA, A ............. Huntsville, Ala.
FRED I. PODRIS, A, ZBT ...... Bethel Island, Calif.
DEAN W. POLEN, A .............. Hopedale, Ohio
JOSEPH A. POLIAKON, JR., E ...... Ingleside, Ill.
JEFFREY C. POMEROY, E, BQH .... Loveland, Ohio
JOHN W. POPP, JR., A, CIJACD ......... Elmhurst, Ill.
GALE H. POWELL, A, ATQ .......... St. Louis, Mo.
DARRELL W. PREBLE, A .......... Huntsville, Ala.
RANDY S. PREISSIG, A, KE ........ Jackson, Tenn.
GILBERT A. PRIBBENOW, JR., A, KA . .Jasper, Ala.
JOHN FRANCIS RAGGIO, A .... Lake Charles, La.
H. VIRGINIA RAISOR, A ......... Owensboro, Ky.
LINDA K. RAMPTON, A ........ Jacksonville, Fla.
MARGARET L. RAY, A ............... Atlanta, Ga.
GEORGE RAYBURN, A, fI1K1If . .Webster Groves, Mo.
JAMES M. RAYBURN, A ........... Pulaski, Tenn.
DON N. RAYMOND, E ..... ..... N ashville, Tenn.
WILLIAM P. RECK, E, KE ......
. . . . .St. Louis, Mo.
RONALD D. REDDIN, E, IPAQ ...... Memphis, Tenn.
MARENE REDMAN, E, ,wit .... .
GENELLE L. REED, E ...........
THOMAS J. B. REED, A, Bon ....
. . .Versailles, Ky.
. . . .Mayfield, Ky.
JOHN JOUBERT REEVES, E ........ Soperton, Ga.
DALE V. REINER A .........
CONSTANCE M. RHETT, E ......
JANE LOUISE RHoDA, N, ima ..
KAREN L. RINARDC, A .........
CRAIG M. RIPLEY, E, KA ........
ALLEN M. RoACH, A, non ......
KENT M. ROBBINS, A, EX ......
ROBERT A. ROBBINS A EAE
. . . Suffern, N.Y.
New Orleans, La.
New Orleans, La.
. . . .Mayfield, Ky.
. . . .Mayfield, Ky.
GARY T. ROBERSON, A ........ New Albany, Ind.
JAMES DALE ROBERTS, E ..... Montgomery, Ala.
JAMES K. ROBERTS, E, HKA ........ Decatur, Ga.
KATHLEEN ROBERTS, A, UR'-IJ . . .Coral Gables, Fla.
DAVID H. ROBERTSON, A ......... Dickson, Tenn.
GEORGE G. ROBERTSON, A ....,. Memphis, Tenn.
HENRY F. ROBINSON, A ............ Raleigh, N.C.
LOIS V. ROBINSON, A ................ Macon, Ga.
RANDOLPH W. ROBINSON, A, EAR Shreveport, La.
JAMES CURRY ROBISON, A ......... Atlanta, Ga.
CHERYL LYNN ROBLEY, A ...... Denmark, Tenn.
FREDERICK ROCKWELL, A . . .Corpus Christi, Tex.
JOHN L. ROE, A, EX ................. Evanston, Ill.
ALICE ROGERS, A, XQ ...... ..... J ackson, Miss.
JAMES M. ROLLINS, A .... ..... N ashville, Tenn.
KYLE E. ROLLINS, E ........... Charleston, W. Va.
RICHARD ROSEN, A, AEN St. Petersburg Beach, Fla.
JAMES H. ROSENBLATT, A .... Fort Adams, Miss.
G. HUNT ROUNSAVALL, A, ATO . . .Louisville, Ky.
ROBERT JON ROUTMAN, A, AEII ..Anniston, Ala.
WILLIAM R. ROUTOM, E ............. Paris, Tenn.
ALLAN RULEMAN, JR., A ........ Memphis, Tenn.
CHARLES S. RUNNION, A ........ Newport, Tenn.
CAROLYN A. RUSH, N, XQ .......... St. Louis, Mo.
THOMAS D. RUSSELL, A, K2 . . .Brownsville, Tenn.
HELEN JEAN RUSSERT, A, KAO Youngstown, Ohio
THOMAS L. RYAN, E, K2 ..South Pittsburg, Tenn.
JAMES T. SANDEFUR, A ......... Carrollton, Ky.
CHARLES E. SANDMEL, A, ZBT ..Cincinnati, Ohio
DENIS SARRATT, A, AAA ......... Nashville, Tenn.
ELVYN RUTH SAUNDERS, A . . .She1byville, Tenn.
DAVID B. SAYRES, A ................ Atlanta, Ga.
EDWARD J. SCOTT, A, BGII ........ Frankfort, Ky.
HARRY A. SCOTT, A .............. Memphis, Tenn.
WILLIAM V. SCHIRMEYER, A, EN .... Houston, Tex.
PEGGY SCHLADENHAUFFEN, N ..... Atlanta, Ga.
SUSAN K. SCHLEGEL, A, AAA .... Indianapolis, Ind.
ROBERT L. SCHMID, E, CIHKE ...... Nashville, Tenn.
PAUL F. SCHMIDT, A, KA ........ Shelbyville, Ky.
CHARLES J. SCHMITT, E ........ Oak Ridge, Tenn.
GLENN SCHOET'I'LE, A, EX . . .West Memphis, Ark.
JOHN SCHWENKER, E, LPKY ...... Schnectady, N.Y.
MARSHALL MILNER SEIFERT, A ...Evanston, Ill.
WILLIAM K. SELF, JR., A, AKE ....... Marks, Miss.
LEIGH A. SHAMBLIN, A, KA ........ Houston, Tex.
CHARLES B. SHANE, A ............ Louisville, Ky.
EUGENE B. SHANKES, A, EAR .... Nashville, Tenn.
HELEN C. SHAPARD, A, KAC9 .... Columbia, Tenn.
ELLEN M. SHAVIN, A ......... Chattanooga, Tenn.
MIDGE SHAW, A, PGJB ............ Cincinnati, Ohio
THOMAS H. SHEAROM, A, KE ..... Memphis, Tenn.
WILLIAM M. SHELTON, A ..... Chattanooga, Tenn.
STANLEY W. SHERMAN, A, ZBT ...... Atlanta, Ga.
ROBERT P. SHINALL, A, EX .......... Atlanta, Ga.
R. GWENDOLYN SHIPP, A, AOTI ...... Atlanta, Ga.
SUSAN SHOLAR, A .................. Atlanta, Ga.
JOHN A. SHUGHART, JR., A, ATQ . . .Camp Hill, Pa.
ROBERT M. SILLIMAN, A, KA ...Montchanin, Del.
DAVID E. SIMMONS, A, LDKE .... Birmingham, Ala.
G. VENANCE S-IMPKINS, E, ATQ . .Nashville, Tenn.
WILLIAM R. SIMPSON, E ........ Nashville, Tenn.
WILLIAM SINGLETARY, A, QJAGJ . .Thomasville, Ga.
ALEX P. SLABOSKY, A, ZBT ...... Nashville, Tenn.
LOUISE G. SLAGEL, A ............ Lexington, Ky.
WILLIAM L, SMALL, A, ZBT ...... Nashville, Tenn
DOUGLAS C. SMITH, E ...... Fort Lauderdale, Fla
EARLE K. SMITH, E, AKE ..... Mount Prospect, Ill
H. STRATTON SMITH, III, E .......... Tampa, Fla
KATHY W. SMITH, A ................. Atlanta, Ga
L. DOUGLAS SMITH, E, fDK2 ........ Selmer, Tenn
PETER J. SMITH, A, EX ........ Lake Worth, Fla
ROY W. SMITH, E, KA ............ Nashville, Tenn
SUZANNE W. SMITH, A, ITBCI1 . . .Chattanooga, Tenn
TOM SMITH, A, EAE ........... Chattanooga, Tenn
WILLIAM H. SMITH, E, KA ...... Nashville, Tenn
J UNITH SMITHERMAN, A, AAA . .Montgomery, Ala
WILLIAM P. SNOW, E, fDA9 ..... Highland Park, Ill
CARA L. SNYDER, A, KA ..... Winston-Salem, N.C
STEPHEN R. SPANYER, A, BGJIT .... Louisville, Ky
MICHAEL L. SPAIN, A, HKA ......... Bozman, Md
CHRISTINA SPARROW, A .... Harwood Heights, Ill
DANIEL F. SPOND, E ............ Donelson, Tenn
JAMES J. STAGGS, E ............. Nashville, Tenn
ROBERT F. STAHLKUPPE, A ........ Decatur, Ga
BROOKE STALEY, A, AKE ..... Orrnand Beach, Fla
SALLY F. STALKER, A, AAA .......... Atlanta, Ga
JOE CALLAN STAMPER, A, AKE . .Cleveland, Tenn
TERRY STAPLES, E, KE . . .Malden-on-Hudson, N .Y
DANA W. STARR, E, BGII ........... Houston, Tex
MARK R. STEELE, A, fIDKE ............ Decatur, Ga
THOMAS W. STERLING, III, E ..Union City, Tenn
CARROLL P. STERNE, A, EAR ........ Atlanta, Ga
BARBARA A. STEWART, A ......... Decatur, Ala
JAMES C. STEVVART, A ...
STEVEN A. STINSON, A .
LEE V. STOKES A AAA ..
CATHERINE EL STONE xo ' ' ' ' '
. . .Rochester, Ind
. San Antonio, Tex
ROBERT G. STOREY, III, Afiqk .naliasfrex
ALAN RAYMOND STRAIN, A .... Memphis, Tenn
RUSSELL D. STRALEY, A ....... Mercersburg, Pa
KURT A. STRASSER, A, fIDKE .... Oak Ridge, Tenn.
B TRAUSS A AEII Houston Tex
LEWIS . S , , ........ , .
WILLIAM T. STROUT, A, B011 ........ Atlanta, Ga.
CHARLES L. SUGGS, III, A .... Chattanooga, Tenn.
JAN ANNETTE SULLIVAN, A .... Nashville, Tenn.
RONALD E. SUMMERS, A ........... Sikeston, Mo.
CECILE D. SUTHERLAND, A, 1'IBfD .... Dallas, Tex.
EDWARD A. SWABB, E .......... Short Hills, N.J.
GAIL SWEENEY, A, AOH ...... Germantown, Tenn.
ROBIN B. TAIT, A, QIJKE ............... Dallas, Tex
GEORGE W. TAMKE, E ............ Kingston, N.Y.
MARSHA M. TANNER, A, KAGD .... Beaumont, Tex.
JAMES S. TATMAN, A, EAE ........... Atlanta, Ga
WILLIAM TAYLOR, A, BQDII ........ Louisville, Ky
PAMELA TAYLOR, A, KA ..South Pittsburg, Tenn
DONNA A. TEMPLE, A, KAC9 ........ Houston, Tex
JEAN TEMPLE, N, FQIJB ........ Western Springs, Ill
TIMOTHY L. TI-IEIS, E, EN ......... Frederick, Md
WILLIAM A. THEMANN, E, CDKYI' .... Madison, N.J
CAMILLE THOMAS, A, AAA ..... Birmingham, Ala
STEPHEN D. THOMASON, A, EAE .... Decatur, Ga
INGRID E. THOMPSON, A, l'IBfIb . . .Nashville, Tenn
JOSEPH THOMPSON, A, EAR ......... Atlanta, Ga
JUDITH THOMPSON, A, AOH ...Birmingham, Ala
ROBERT G. THOMPSON, A,HKA. .Lewisburg, Tenn.
CLAIBORNE THORNTON, E, KE Brownsville, Tenn
DONALD W. TILLEY, A, ATQ ........ Paducah, Ky
REBECCA B. TIMBERMAN, A ..... Anchorage, Ky
CHARLES H. TISDALE, A, EN ........ Decatur, Ga
LYNNE H. TODD, A, KAG .......... Nashville, Tenn.
JAMES LEE TOLLEY, E, B011 .... Lynchburg, Tenn
SUSAN TOUCHSTONE, A, 1'IBfIv ........ Dallas, Tex
THOMAS N. TRIBBLE, A, KE ...... Memphis, Tenn
ANITA KAREN TRIPLETT, A .... Panama City, Fla
STEPHANIE TROELL, E, KA ...... Pleasanton, Tex
ALICE MEREDITH TUCKER, IYDB .... Hughes, Ark
DAVID F. TUGMAN, A ........ Lookout Mt., Tenn
ROBERT M. TUHOLSKY, A .......... Paducah, Ky
MICHAEL TURNBULL, A, ATQ . .Mt. Clemens, Mich
A. EDWARD TURNER, E, CDKNII .... Nashville, Tenn
SAM D. TURNER, A ............ Chattanooga, Tenn
STEVE TURNER, A., BCDII .......... Scottsville, Ky
JOHN TURNEY, A, HKA ....... Daytona Beach, Fla
PAT TWENTE, A, AOII ..,.......... Nashville, Tenn
BONNIE M. TYLER, A .............. Baltimore, Md
ELIZABETH ANNE URBAN, A, IWIJB . .Houston, Tex
MARTIN M. VanBRAUMAN, E ........ Dallas, Tex
JOHN P. VanCEVENDER, A ........ Jackson, Miss
JUDY VanHEMERT, A, KAC9 .... .... D allas, Tex
JAMES D. VEACH, A ......... ....... V ienna, Ill
CINDY L. VOGEL, A ........ ...... G lenview, Ill
RITA K. WADDELL, A . . , . .... Memphis, Tenn
SAMUEL P. WALKER, A .... ...... B rantley, Ala
SARAH A. WALKER, A ......... Guntersville, Ala
TRACY J. WALKER, N, IVIUB ........ Rochelle, N.Y.
WILLIAM MILES WALLACE, A .... Gate City, Va
GERALD D. WALLING, A, AEII .... Lynchburg, Va
JAMES W. WARD JR., A, EN ...... Nashville, Tenn
LACEY MILTON WARD, A .... ..... W olcott, N.Y.
WILLIAM B. WATKINS, A ........ Anchorage, Ky
JOHN T. WATSON, E ..........
ROBERT M. WATSON, E .........
GEORGE E. WEANT, E ...........
BENJAMIN WEBB, JR., E, EN
ROBERT F. WEBB, E .........
ROGER M. WEBER, E .......
FRANK F. WEBSTER, E ....
SAMUEL L. WEEDMAN, A . .
SALLY K. WEEKS, N .......
JERRY C. VVELLS, A, AKE . . .
PAUL W. WELLS, E ........
PAMELA WEINSTEIN, A . ..
SHARON E. WELTON, E, KAO
MARION B. WEST, A, Aon .
TOM W. WHEELER, E, Ex ..
GERALD H. WHITE, A, AKE
LARRY J. WHITE, A, KA ....
LOYANNE WHITE, N, xo ..
HARRY WARREN WHITIS A
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PATRICIA A. WHITMER, N ......
HOLLY WIGGINS, A .............
JOHN E. WILKISON, A .........
ALETHA A. WILLIAMS, A ......
JOSEPH WILLIAMS, A, IIKA ...L
. Fayetteville, Tenn.
.Pine Bluff, Ark.
. . . . .Dallas, Tex.
. .Bowling Green, Ky.
. .Louisvil1e, Ky.
. .Morrisville, Pa.
Lake Worth, Fla.
. . . .Greenvi1le, S.C.
. . . .MemphiS, Tenn.
. Nashville, Tenn.
. . . .Huntsvi1le, Ala.
. . .St. Louis, Mo.
. . ........ Boaz, Ala.
. . .Martin, Tenn.
. . .JacksOn, Miss.
. . . . . .Miami, Fla.
. . . . .Atlanta, Ga.
. .Huntsville, Ala.
ookout Mt., Tenn.
LYNN A. WILLIAMS, E ............ Palm City, Fla.
MARY CAMERON WILLIAMS, A .... Louisville, Ky.
W. READ WILLIAMSON, A, KE. .Brownsville, Tenn.
CHARLES E. WILSON, A, EAE ........ Atlanta, Ga.
DONALD BRUCE WILSON, A ...... Prospect, Tenn.
PAUL M. WILSON III, A ............ Jackson, Miss.
RONALD L. WILSON, A .............. Jasper, Ala.
TED C. WILSON, A .................... Dallas, Tex.
SALLY A. WIMSETT, A, HBKID . .Miami Springs, Fla.
NANCY G. WINDROW, N ........ Columbia, Tenn.
ANN K. WINQUIST, A ........ Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
PAUL L. WINSLOW, E .......... Gilbertsville, Ky.
WILLIAM P. WINSTEAD, E, PSK . .Nashville, Tenn.
TRACY WITZENURG, E, ANR .Shaker Heights, Ohio
FLORENCE M. WOLF, A, XQ ...... Memphis, Tenn.
DONALD M. WOLFSON, A, ZBT . .Jacksonville, Fla.
ELAINE M. WOOD, N ................ Decatur, Ga.
MARCUS A. WOOD, A, EN ..... ..... M obile, Ala.
PATRICK WOODS, A, JAG ........ Nashville, Tenn.
RICHARD R. WOODS, A, B911 .... Honolulu, Hawaii
THOMAS C. WOODS, A, TAO ...... Memphis, Tenn.
KAREN V. WORTH, A, XQ ........ Cincinnati, Ohio
JAMES ROBERT WRIGHT, E ...... Nashville, Tenn.
ROBERT J. WYATT, A ........ ........ R ome, Ga.
MADISON B. WYCHE III, A .......... Elberton, Ga.
DAVID R. YATES, A .................... Flora, Ill.
ROBERT J. YEISER, A, IIKA .... Johnson City, Tenn.
THOMAS DANIEL YOUNG, A, EN . .Nashville, Tenn.
WELLINGTON H. YOUNG, E .... Kingston, Jamaica
WILLIAM D. YOUNG, E, EX ........ Frederica, Del.
MICHAEL A. ZIBART, A, ZBT ...... Nashville, Tenn.
DAVID F. ZILLES, A .................. Mobile, Ala.
PAMELA ZIMMERMAN, A, KA!-J ...... Atlanta, Ga.
VICTOR H. DAVIS A ..
SARAH A. ALEXANDER, 'A' '. '. '. '. '.
SCOTT Y. BARNES, A .......
WAYNE S. COPLEY .............
CAROLINA L. MEDEROS, A, AOIT
. Columbia, Tenn.
.Winter Park, Fla.
OFFICERS. Ric Cannada, Presidentg Rick Geyer, Vice-Presidentg Johnnita
Harkins, Vice-Presidentg Martha Milford, Secretaryg Tim Hoblitzell, Treasurer.
CABINET. Dan Sprinkles, International Affairsg
Joe Lipscomb, Representative to the Board of
Presidentsg Bill White, Student Activities Cardg
John Seward, Public Relations.
CHARLES D. AKERS, A .... ........ D alton, Ga.
ROBERT R. ABELN, A ........... Stamford, Conn.
BARBARA R. ACKERMAN, A .... Nashville, Tenn.
GREGORY B. ADAMS, A ........ Baton Rouge, La.
LORELEI M. ADEN, A ............ Nashville, Tenn.
CAROL S. ADZICK, E, AOH .......... Racine, Wis.
RAYMOND A. AIKEN, E, PSK . .King of Prussia, Pa.
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BILLY W. AKIN, A, KA .........
. Columbia, Tenn.
PETER N. ALDRIDGE, E .......... Asheville, N.C.
BRENDA L. ALEXANDER, A KAGD
. .Jackson, Tenn.
STEDMAN V. ALLEN, E, B811 .... Nashville, Tenn.
NICK AMMONS, E, EN ............ Meridian, Miss.
PAUL N. ANDERSON, A, EAE ........ Atlanta, Ga.
TOM. R. ANDERSON, A, SAE ....
. .Pine Bluff, Ark.
GREG A. ANDREWS, E, AKE ...... Nashville, Tenn.
ELIZABETH H. ANGLIN, A, X52 .
. . Alexandria, Va.
GEORGE W. APFFEL, A .......... Nashville, Tenn.
KAREN L. ARCHER, A .........
. . .Bethany, Okla.
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FRED W. BABES, A .............. Huntsville, Ala.
FRED S. BACHMEYER, A ..... Lexington, Ky.
DENNIS R. BAER, A, ZBT ........ Memphis, Tenn.
CLAIRE M. BAILEY, A, HBQID .......... Dallas, Tex.
DONALD E. BAILEY, JR., A . .LaWrenceburg, Tenn.
MELINDA F. BAIN, A, AOH ........ Memphis, Tenn.
ANN BAKER, A, HBGS ........ Webster Groves, Mo.
LINDA J. BAKER, A ............ Dyersburg, Tenn.
GARY S. BALE3, A, ZBT ............ Horse Cave, Ky.
GRETCHEN BALTHASER,N, KA Longmeadow, Mass.
PHILLIP G. BANDO, A, EN ........... Dallas, Tex.
ROBERT B. BANKS, A .......... Tullahoma, Tenn.
SUSAN G. BARNES, A, FCIDB ........ Pensacola, Fla.
DONALD M. BARNETT, A . .. ....... Atlanta, Ga.
ROBERT J. BARNETT, E .... .... N ashville, Tenn.
DIANE J. BARON, A ........ ..... L louisville, Ky.
JOHN M. BARTHOLOW, E ...... Dallas, Tex.
PETER B. BARTHOLOW, E, KA
KATHERINE L. BARTON, A, XQ . .
ROBERT B. BASHINSKY, E, K2 . .
. . . . . . .Dallas, Tex.
Oak Ridge, Tenn.
STEVE C. BATES, E, IIKA ............ Dallas, Tex.
CRESTON N. BAUMUNK, A ...... Pittsburgh, Pa.
JAMES F. BAXTER, A ..........
RICHARD A. BAY, A ..........
CHARLES T. BEASLEY, E, BEE ..
CHARLES H. BEATY, E ........
ALEX N. BEAVERS, JR., E ......
DANIEL W. BECTON, A ........
. . Madison, Tenn.
. . .Louisville, Ky.
. .Portland, Tenn.
. .Madison, Tenn.
. .Indialantic, Fla.
MELANIE M. BEENE, A, 1'IBfI1 ...... Athens, Tenn.
ROBERT P. BELCHER, A .... ...... T ampa, Fla.
JOHN M. BELL, A, BAE .............. Conroe, Tex.
BETSY D. BENNETT, A .......... Charlotte, Tenn.
ROBERT E. BENNING, A, -DK-11 ...... Bristol, Tenn.
TERESA A. BERFIELD, N ......... Port Byron, Ill.
DARRELL E. BERGER, A, AEII ...... Oregon, Ohio
WILLIAM E. BEYATTE, E .... Ste. Genevieve, Mo.
SUZANNE M. BIBLE, A, AAA ........ St. Louis, Mo.
DAN T. BING, A ................ Clarksdale, Miss.
CAROLE A. BISHOP, A .............. Atlanta, Ga.
CHERYL A. BLACKBURN, A .... Oak Ridge, Tenn.
DOUGLAS BLACKFORD, E, AKE .Birmingham, Ala.
JOHN GORDON BLACKMAN, A ..Nashville, Tenn.
TROY R. BLANN, A .............. Nashville, Tenn.
KAREN SUE BLAYDES, A .......... Houston, Tex.
MELVIN L. BLEV INS, A .... South Pittsburg, Tenn.
SUSAN L. BLOUNT, A, KA .......... Decatur, Ga.
BARBARA J. BLUM, A .......... Gainesville, Ga.
LAWRENCE BLUMBERG, A, AEH . .N. Bergen, N.J.
MARC H. BLUMBERG, E, AEH ........ Rome, Ga.
GINGER E. BLUME, A, KA ........ Vero Beach, Fla.
STEPHEN BLUMENTHAL, A, AEH . .W. Orange, N .J .
F. W. BLUMENSCHEIN, II, E ..... Huntsville, Ala.
RICHARD HAROLD BOAK, A ........ Aloha, Ore.
BARBARA D. BOCK, N .,....... Tullahoma, Tenn.
ROBERT S. BODEN, A, BGDH ....... Anchorage, Ky.
JULIAN EUGENE BOGGESS, A ..Columbus, Miss.
MARY LYNN BOGLE, A, KAGJ ........ Dexter, N.M.
JULIE A. DORING, A, IIBKIJ ............ Odessa, Tex.
NEAL I. BOROVITZ, A, AEH . .Cleveland Hts., Ohio
ROBERT BOSSERMAN, E, QIJA . . .Harrisonburg, Va.
JANIS M. BOURY, A ............ VVheeling, W. Va.
BRUCE F. BOWMAN, A, KIHKE ........ Oswego, Ill.
JOSEPH H. BOWMAN, A, AKE ...... Franklin, Tenn.
JAMES F. BROWN, A ............. Greenville, Ala.
JERRY WAYNE BROWN, E ....... Nashville, Tenn.
RAMAH G. BROWN, N ........... Nashville, Tenn.
SUSAN M. BROWN, A, AAA .......... Atlanta, Ga.
JEFFREY W. BROWNE, E, fbKiI1 ..Huntington, N.Y.
ANNE H. BROWNING, A, KAG .... Nashville, Tenn.
ELEANOR BROWNLEE, A, AAA .... Greenville, S.C.
BUFORD L. BRUCE, JR., E ........ Nashville, Tenn.
WALTER O. BRUNING, A, QDKXII .... Louisville, Ky.
WILLIAM BRACKMAN III, A .... St. Arlington, Va.
GEOFFREY B. BRADEN, E, EAR . . .Nashville, Tenn.
A. TEAL BRADLEY, A ........ New Canaan, Conn.
MARGUERITE BRADLEY, A, AAA . .Memphis, Tenn.
TIMOTHY BRADLEY, A, AKE .Oklahoma City, Okla.
PAUL W. BRAGG, A, EN .......... Columbia, Tenn.
BECKY J. BRAMBLET, A., KAGJ ....... Atlanta, Ga.
GEOFFREY BRANDNER, A, AEH W. Hartford, Conn.
HELEN M. BRANSFORD, A, KAC9 . .Nashville, Tenn.
EDGAR CLAYTON BRANTLY, E ..... Odessa, Tex.
TERESA S. BRATTON, A, KA ...... Hartsville, Tenn.
KATHLEEN BREWER, A, KA ......... Decatur, Ga.
SHERRY E. BRIDGEWATER, A ..Knoxville, Tenn.
EDWARD N. BRIN, A, AEH ...... New Orleans, La.
JAMES E. BRITENBURG, A, EN ..Ft. Thomas, Ky.
DONNA LYNN BROOKS, A ...... Nashville, Tenn.
STUART R. BROOKS, A, HKA ....... Louisville, Ky.
GEORGE E. BROOKSBANK, A .... London, England
G. RHEA BUCY, A .................... Paris, Tenn.
MARGARET E. BUGG, A, KAGJ ....... Durham, N.C.
LAWRENCE BUNASCHU, A, BGTI . . .Louisville, Ky.
MARTHA M. BURGESS, N, AAA Grosse Pointe, Mich.
BRIAN K. BURKE, A, EN ........ Arlington Hts., Ill.
HELEN E. BURNETT, A, KAG . .Chagrin Falls, Ohio
JAMES B. BURNS, A, fDKE ............. Macon, Ga.
ELIZABETH S. BUTLER, N , XQ ..... Jackson, Tenn.
JAIVHES M. BUTLER, E ............. McComb, Miss.
JAMES E. BYASSEE, A, BCBTI ....... Louisville, Ky.
ELIZABETH D. BYRN, A, AAA .... Nashville, Tenn.
CINDY L. CALLENDER, AAA ........ Jackson, Miss.
ORREN E. CAMERON, III, E ..,... Nashville, Tenn.
BETH W. CAMPBELL, A, KAGJ ........ Orange, Tex.
EUGENIA H. CAMPBELL, A ...... Galveston, Tex.
JAMES M. CAMPBELL, A ........... Cullman, Ala.
RONALD M. CAMPBELL, E .... McMinnville, Tenn.
TERRY A. CAMPBELL, E ......... Franklin, Tenn.
CAROLYN O. CANDLER, A, KAO ...... Atlanta, Ga.
ROBERT C. CANNADA, JR., A, KA ..Jacka0ii, Misa.
M. BARRY CANNELL, A, Ann .... Nashville, Tami.
LYNN M. CANTOR, N .............. Louisville, Ky.
EVANGELINE GAIL CANTY, A ..Jacka0iivi11a, Fla.
ERIC L. CARLTON, A ........... Birmingham, Ala.
WENDY J. CARLTON, E, AOII ..... Huntsville, Ala.
F. CHARLES CARMICHAEL, A ...... Clinton, Tenn.
KELLS C. CARROLL, JR., E, EN ....... Ozark, Ala.
RUDOLPH L. CARVER, fDKXIf
ALAN E. CASE, A ..........
MARY M. CASSIBRY, A ......
SUSAN E. CAVIN, A ........
KAREN C. CHAMBERS, A, ima ..
IVAN R. CHANIN, A, ziafr .....
MARSHA J. CHATTIN, A .....
JERRY U. CARTER, A, EN .......
. . . . . .MadisOn, Tenn
. Nashville, Tenn
.... . . .Moline, Ill
. . . .Arlington, Va
SAMMY W. CHAWKIN, A, ZBT . .ChattanoOga, Tenn.
JOHN WESLEY CHILDRESS, A . .Lewisburg, Tenn.
SAMUEL W. CHOPPIN, A, KE ...... Nashville, Tenn.
GEORGE H. CHRISTIANSON, III, A, KE Atlanta, Ga.
JAN F. CHRISTENSON, E ...... Somers Point, N.J.
WAYNE CHRISTESON, A .......... Florence, Ala.
ELIZABETH CIMMINO, A, AAA. .Fredericksburg Va.
CAROL B. CLARK, A, KAGJ ........ Nashville, Tenn.
JANE M. CLELAND, A, AAA ........ Jackson, Miss.
RANDY S. COHEN, A ............. Allentown, Pa.
STEVE A. COLEMAN, A .....
DENNIS L. CONDRA, A ....
JAMES F. COOK, E, EAE .......... Nashville,
KENNETH H. COOK E AKE ....... Nashville
. . . . .Del City, Okla.
. . . . .Gallatin, Tenn.
MICHAEL A. COOPER, E, KA ...... Lexington, Ky.
DAVID F. COOPER, A, ATQ .......... Kenosha, Wis.
VAN BALDWIN COOK, A, CIDKE ...... Sarasota, Fla.
SUSAN COPAS, A, AOII ....... Johnson City, Tenn.
WILLIAM CORRELL, E, QJKJ
JAMES F. COUGHLIN, II, :DAO
JAMIE A. COULTAS, E, KA .
RALPH L. COUSINS, A, EAE
CHARLES H. COVINGTON, A
ANNE M. COWART, A, KAO .f.
STEVE B. Cox, A, KA ......
STEPHEN J. COX, A, an
PAUL CRACAN, A, AKI ..
PLO CRISS, A, uma ......
JOAN CRITTON, A, Aon ....
NANCY G. CROOK, N ......
JOSEPH G. CUMMINGS, A,
BEN L. CUNDIEF, E, JAKE
KERRY C. CURTIS, A
JAMES M. DALEY, E, EAE ..........
ROBERT S. DALTON, A ......
. . . . . . . .RoSemont, Pa.
. . . . .Nashville, Tenn.
. . . . . . .PenSacola, Fla.
KA Moorestown, N.J.
. . . . . . .Lexington, Ky.
. . . .Nashville, Tenn.
. . . .Maryville, Tenn.
. . . . . .AurOra, Ill.
. . . . . . .JacksOn, Tenn.
BGJII . .NaShville, Tenn.
.......Phenix City, Ala.
. Tulsa, Okla.
. Chattanooga, Tenn.
ELIZABETH ANN DANKERT, A ..Springfield, Ohio
LARRY S. DANSKY, A, ZBT ........... Miami, Fla.
THOMAS D. DARBY, A ........ Old Hickory, Tenn.
ANDREW DARNELL, A ........... Beaumont, Tex.
BARBARA L. DAVIS, N .......... Manhasset, N.Y.
EDWARD PERRY DAVIS, E, AKE . .Memphis, Tenn.
JEFFERSON J. DAVIS, A, EN ........ Newnan, Ga.
JOHN K. DAVIS, A, QAGJ . . .Colorado Springs, Colo.
MIKE DAVIS, E, TKXI' ............. Nashville, Tenn.
THOMAS H. DeBUYS, E, JJACEJ .... Birmingham, Ala.
M. VIRGINIA DECK, N ............ Louisville, Ky.
GEORGE LEE DeJARNATT, A, ATQ Owensboro, Ky.
KATHARINE M. DELL, N .......... Baltimore, Md.
RICHARD DELMAN, A, ZBT .... University City, Mo.
PAMELA G. DEMENT, A ...... Stuttgart, Germany
RICHARD R. DEMPSTER, A, EN . .Knoxville, Tenn.
ROBERT B. DENNY, A, ATQ ........ Westbury, N.Y.
JAMES W. DICKIE, A ............ Wilmington, N.C.
QUENTIN STOKES DICKINS, A, Greenwood, Miss.
JANICE S. DICKMANN, A .......... Perryville, Mo.
ERIC JACKSON DIERKS, A, QIKE . .Louisville, Tenn.
JOHN DONALDSON, III, A, QKE ...... Atlanta, Ga.
MIKE E. DORMAN, A, ZBT .......... Jackson, Miss.
BYRON D. DONICS, A, ATQ ...Langley A.F.B., Va.
DENISE MARIE DORSET, A .......... Ballwin, Mo.
ALLAN T. DOWNEN, E ..... ....... S idney, Ohio
SHARON L. DOYLE, A ............ Cave City, Ky.
JOHN A. DRAPER, A ............. Columbia, Tenn.
D. DWIGHT DRINKARD, A, EAE ..Memphis, Tenn.
CHERYL E.. DRIVER, N, KA ........ Waterloo, Iowa
DANFORD R. DUE, A, KIJAGJ ...... Indianapolis, Ind.
DENNIS W. DUKE, A .............. Madison, Tenn.
WIELIAM DUMAS, E ................. Mobile, Ala.
J ACQUELINE DUNAWAY, A, KAQ Little Rock, Ark.
RUTH C. DYALL, A, AOII ......... Cincinnati, Ohio
RICHARD H. EDMONDSON, A . . .ClarksVille, Tenn.
GILBERT G. EDSON, E, EX ........ Columbia, Tenn.
RODMAN A. EGGEN, E, KA ....... Shelbyville, Ky.
CAROLYN A. EGGER, A, X9 ...... Kingsport, Tenn.
LAWRENCE ELDRACHER, A, KDKE .... Fairfax, Va.
JOHN A. ELKINGTON, E, ATQ .... Stamford, Conn.
EDWARD C. ELLIOTT, A, fIvK2 ...... Lexington, Ky.
PAUL F. ELLIOTT, A, GQAQ ...... Birmingham, Ala.
SUSAN L. EUFEMIA, A ...... ..... N orwalk, Conn.
JOHN H. EVANS, A, KA ............. St. Louis, Mo.
WINSTON S. EVANS, E, BQII ...... Nashville, Tenn.
EVERIST L. GARLAND, E, IIJKE ..Sioux City, Iowa
CARL A. EXNER, A, HKA ........ Milwaukee, Wis.
NEAL E. FARR, A .............. Miami Beach, Fla.
PHILIP G. FARR, A fDKE .... ..... T hornson, Ga.
JAIVIES M. FARRAR, A ............. Kirkwood, Mo.
CHARLOTTE A. FAUSETT, A .... Birmingham, Ala.
JOHN FEATHERINGILL, E, KA . .Birmingham, Ala.
W. H. FERGUSON, E, BAE .... Fernandina Beach, Fla.
WILLIAM M. FERGUSON, A, EN . .Wellington, Kan.
CHARLES W. FIELD, A, BAE .......... Macon, Ga.
MARY L. FITCH, A ........... Western Springs, Ill.
MIRANDA S. FITE, A, KA ........ St. Simons Is., Ga.
N ANETTE LURENE FLEMIN G, N Flemingsburg, Ky.
EFFIE J. FLIPPO, A, IIBQD .......... Nashville, Tenn.
MARCIA E. FLOYD, A . . .
. . . . .Hamilton, Ohio
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EDWARD J . FOSTER, A, HKA ...... Greenville, Ky.
EVELYN F. FOSTER, N ........ Summertown, Tenn.
PATRICIA A. FOSTER, A ....,......... Foley, Ala.
ROBERT Ci. FRASER, E, EX .......... Atlanta, Ga.
TIMOTHY H. FRAZIER, E, LIDKE .... Nashville, Tenn.
l,,'- :5f': WINSLOW H. FULLER, E, EN . . . .Wilbraha1n, Mass.
, ,., eel , . Q eeef MARCIA J. GAARDEN, A ........Kensington, Md.
. , W ' H ' Q ,,,. A"' i f 'eee fi X GEORGE E. GAFFNEY, A . . . . . . . . .Nashville, Tenn.
' A A 'ez' ,l. x S fi JAMES P. GAMERTSFELDER, E . . . . . .Berwyn, Pa.
amp MARILYN GAMMELL, N, PDB . . . . .N ashville, Tenn.
A - h ., Q - ' GARY P. GANICK, E, CDK2 ......... Nashville, Tenn.
,..,,, MICHAEL A GARNER A w D 11 T
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J , ' , A . . BRUCE W. GARRETSON, E, QDKE . . . .Bethesda, Md.
f Ie EL. 7 . , 'ffiif if -'LLL .,.,., , LLYA A if ROBERT E. GEBHARDT, JR., E, fblixlf .Baltimore, Md.
li J' J m ' Q IXQAIAIQQIQBLAI-ILLAF.GGEJlN1IiCgiEAA. . . . . . . . .Mc1l?tgl?nHciry, Ala.
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.- RICHARD A. GEYES, JR., A ........ . .Bryan, Tex.
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. Iie 'AAAI h l-1i ,I A . RICHARD K. GILBERT, A, EN . . . . . . . .Fairfax, Va.
. J Gif - J l'i IEL g A LLJ . A 1 MARTIN E. GILMORE, A, BCBH . . . .NashviIle, Tenn.
J R "f' A ., LAAJ GORDON H. GLENN, A, K2 . . . . . . . .Memphis, Tenn.
JJSL if ,,A ll'XX il Xlh l q NOBLE M. GOODLOE, A, AKE . . . . . . .Houston, Tex.
. . in 1 JAMES J. GOODMAN, A, 111142 .......Houston, Tex.
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,..,. ,, Jf': LLIZZ . 12 PATRICIA L. GOODSON, A, 1IBfIv . .HuntsVille, Ala.
. "'. , ' 1,E , '.,, f J JANE C. GOODWIN, A, DDB . . . . . . .NashvilIe, Tenn.
' h ,Q fs' gf. , K, ,ELA h 'I jg GEORGE D. GORIN, JR., A, AKE . . . .LouisVille, Ky.
. .- :5v"'f' JENNIFER B. GOTTFRIED, A ...... Nashville, Tenn.
y A f :'. , . , f x SARAH W. GRAF, N, KAG . . . . . . . .Cincinnati, Ohio
, . J iii ' A LILA C. GRAFTON, A, HBfI1 .. . . . . . . . .Dallas, Tex.
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lii ..?, A D K I A , ,,kb i i 'J' A CLAUDIA L. GRAHAM, A, KA . . . .New Orleans, La.
. . .:..,. gn ff iii , bz, A h MICHAEL ALAN GRAHAM, A . . . . .Nashville, Tenn.
fi g rgg i'J if A .', A I WAYNE K. GRAHAM, E ......BoWling Green, Ky.
Qi ' 'AAA JANACE GRANT, A, AAA ....... . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga.
A Q . .,.. I . bz WILLIAM H. GRAY, E, AKE . . . . . . .Nashville, Tenn.
ig A MARK E. GREAR, A, fIVKlI' ........ Texarkana, Tex.
. Charlotte, N.C.
JAMES E, GREEN, IR., E ...ii.'.....'.'..Nashvil1e, Tenn
ROBERT S. GREEN, A, ZBT
ROSE F. GREEN, A ......
STEVEN E. GREGORY, E .
RALPH H. GREIL, A, ZBT
. . . . .Memphis, Tenn
. . . .Charlotte, S.C
. . . . . .Montgomery, Ala
RAYMOND F. GRENFELL, A, KA . . .JaCksOn, Miss
WILLIAM B. GRESI-IAM, A, EN ........ Tampa, Fla
MARTHA GRIFFIN, A .............. Summit, N.J
MICHAEL GRIFFIN, E ......... Nashville, Tenn
THOMAS S. GRIFFIN, E, AEH .... Jacksonville, Fla
DAVID F. GRIFFITH, A .......... Newnan, Tenn
WILLIAM A. GROWDON, A, KE ..Little Rock, Ark
LOUISE V. GUEST, A, KAG ........ Ft. Payne, Ala
LYNN A. HABERLIE, A, KA ......... Houston, Tex
KENT L. HABERMEYER, A, BGJH ..... Aurora, Ill
WILLIAM F. HAGEMAN, A, KIJKE ..... Houston, Tex
PAUL W. HAGEN, A, HKA
VIANDA P. HALE A KAO
THOMAS J. HALL A HKA
J. THOMAS HALL, E, PSK. 1111111 .
. . . . . .Montgomery, Ala
Webster Groves, MO
HELEN F. HALTOlVI,,E .... ..... Nashville, Tenn
.IENNIE M. HAMILTON, A, xo ....... DeLand, Fla
LINDA K. HAMILTON, A, xo ..Highland Park, Ill
WM. LYLE HAMMOND, E, AHF .... Nashville, Tenn
LAURENCE M. HAMRIC, A, KA ....... Dallas, Tex
JOSEPH R. HANSON, E ........... Nashville, Tenn
JENNIFER L. HARDAGE, A, KA . .J acksonville, Fla
JACKSON HARDEMAN, E, AIU-Z. .Old Hickory, Tenn
JAMES T. HARDIN, A ........... Indianapolis, Ind
JUDITH A. HARDWICK, A ....... Cleveland, Tenn
ROBERT H. HARDY, A .............. Elberton, Ga
B. JOHNNITA HARKINS, A, KA .... Jackson, Miss
ANDREW W. HARRELL, A ........ Vicksburg, Miss
F. ANDERSON HARRIS, E ..... Chattanooga, Tenn
LUCILE HARRIS, A, KA ............. Jackson, Miss
CHARLES J. HARRISON, E, KE . .Dyersburg, Tenn.
PATSY J. HARRISON, A .......... Nashville, Tenn.
CATHERINE H. HART, A ............ Wheaton, Ill.
L. THOMAS HART, JR., A, EX ..... Nashville, Tenn.
SAMUEL C. HART, JR., E, JAKE ..Cleveland, Tenn.
JAN V. HARTNETT, A, XQ .... Webster Groves, Mo.
THOMAS M. HASELTON, A, AKE .... Bethesda, Md.
STEPHEN K. I-IAVILAND, E ........ Frankfort, Ky.
NANCY W. HAWKINS, N ........... Vienna, W. Va.
TAYLOR K. HAYDEN, E .......... Nashville, Tenn.
SAM M. HAYNES, A, EX ...... Murfreesboro, Tenn.
VICTORIA L. HEATH, A, KA ......... Atlanta, Ga.
GAIL HEDERMAN, A, AAA .......... Jackson, Miss.
KAY F. HEJNA, A .......... .... F t. Sheridan, Ill.
ROBERT H. HELM, A ............ Louisville, Tenn.
EMORY P. HEMPI-IILL, A ....... Brownsville, Tex.
CAROLYN B. HENDERSON, A, XQ Beaumont, Tex.
MARY J. HENDRIX, A, KAO ....... Nashville, Tenn.
DOUGLASS E. HENRY, E ......... Nashville, Tenn.
THOMAS D. HERMAN, A, ZBT ..Milvvaukee, Wisc.
KATHLEEN HERRINGTON, A, KA. .Nashville, Tenn.
SUSAN F. HICKEY, A, KA ....... Chapel Hill, N.C.
LUCILLE W. HICKS, E, AOTI . .Jefferson City, Tenn.
THOMAS J. R. HICKS, A ............. Mobile, Ala. I
HALTOM C. HIGGS, E, K2 ......... Malvern, Ark.
DAVID J. HILL, E ............. W. Hollywood, Fla.
HANK HILL, A, EAE .............. Memphis, Tenn.
JOHN LESTER HILL, E, AKE ........ Houston, Tex.
GLENN D. HIRSCH, A, AEII . .Mountain Home, Ark.
TIM HOBLITZELL, A, EAR .... Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
LINDA E. HOEHN, A ............ Wilmington, Del.
PHILIP K. HOFFMAN, E, KE ...... Memphis, Tenn.
WILLIAM H. HOFMEISTER, E, K2 ..Hixson, Tenn.
SUSAN M. HOAGLAND, A, X0 .... Memphis, Tenn.
JOSEPH W. HOLLADAY, A ,....... Linden, Tenn.
SUSAN F. HOLLY, A ......... Hendersonville, N.C'.
JACK TL HOPKINS, A ............. Jackson, Miss.
PATRICIA L. HOPKINS, A, AAA ..... Atlanta, Ga.
SPEED E. HOPKINS, E, AKE ........ Upperco, Md.
RICHARD L. HORNER, E. ......... San Diego, Calif.
TI-IOMAS S. HORTON, E .......... Nashville, Tenn.
JASEPH M. HOWARD, III, A, EAE .Nashville, Tenn.
BRENT A. HUGHES, A, fiK2 ...Birmingham, Mieh.
HUGH C. HOWSER, JR., A, BAE . . .Nashville, Tenn.
CHARLES N. HUBBARD, A, EAE .... Newnan, Ge.
GREGORY S. HUBBARD, A .... Elizabethtown, Ky.
WILLIAM HUDDLESTON, A, KA. .Heiiiesbiirg Miss.
ETHEL V. HEATH, A, KA ............. Mobile, Ala.
MARTHA HUFFMAN, A, Aon .... Biyihevilie, Ark.
SHERRY R. HUGHES, A ....
CHARLES T. HULAN, E, KE .
HENRY H. HULL, A ........
FREDERICK D. HUNT, A, EN
LINDA J. HUSSUNG, N .....
JAMES H. HUSTEAD E .....
. . . .Jacksonville, Fla.
. . . .Washington, D.C.
DON W. HUNTER, A, EX ........
. . Nashville, Tenn.
. . .LouisVille, Ky.
GAIL F. HUTCHINSON, A, KA ' ' ' '.'.'Memphis, Tenn.
SARA L. HUTCHISON, N ....
SUSAN M. HUTSON, A, Aon
. . . . . . .Bethesda, Md.
DAVID P. HYATT, A, EX, ........
DONALD H. HYDE, A, HKA .
RICHARD W. HYLTON, A ..
. .Nashville, Tenn.
. . .Pasadena, Tex.
i.. .l .D .... Houston, Tex.
JAMES P. ITIN, E ............ Nashville, Tenn.
GILCHRIST L. JACKSON, E, EX ...... Danville, Ky.
WINTON A. JACKSON, E, HKA ........ Dallas, Tex.
SHARON L. JACOBS, A ............ Louisville, Ky.
KAY L. JAMES, A ......... North Little Rock, Ark.
ROBERT M. JAMES, A, KDKE Shawnee Mission, Kans.
GERALD R. JERKIN S, A .......... Nashville, Tenn.
GREGORY L. JERNIGAN, A, fIvKKI1 . .Ft. Worth, Tex.
MARILYN C. JESSE, N, AAA ........ Appleton, Wis.
FRANK P. JOHNS, A ............... Sheffield, Ala.
GORDON JOHNSON, JR., A .... Bell Buckle, Tenn.
JEFFREY R. JOHNSTON, A ....... Springfield, Mo.
PHILIP L. JOHNSON, E, KA ........... Selma, Ala.
ANDREW W. JOHNSON, III, A ........ Atlanta, Ga.
RUSSELL JOHNSON, A, IDKIII . . .Chattano0ga, Tenn.
RICHARD K. JOHNSSON, E ..... Oak Ridge, Tenn.
COLIN R. JONES, E, KA ....... Pass Christian, Miss.
PATRICIA D. JONES, A .............. Atlanta, Ga.
MELISSA A. JONES, N .......... Centerville, Tenn.
VIRDEN C. JONES, A, KA ........ Greenville, Miss.
WILLIAM D. JONES, E, BAE ...... Pine Bluff, Ark.
ROY W. JORDAN, JR., A ......... Memphis, Tenn.
SUSAN J . KRIENKE, A, DDB .....
PHILIP W. JUWIG, A ...........
. . . .Augusta, Ga.
STUART DEAN KAESTNER, A, KA Louisville
JOHN SHEEHAN KAMINE
LEIGH KAMMERER, A, EN .....
JOHN E. KAMMERUD, E .
JOE G. KATZEL, E, 1111011 . .
LYNN K. KATZER, N ....
ANNE H. KEEN, A, HBLI: ..
TIMOTHY C. KEENER, E
JAMES R. KELLEY, A ..........
KATHLEEN C. KENNEDY, N, KA
MICHAEL A. KESSLER, E, AER .
VAUGHAN KILPATRICK, A, use
JEFFREY R. KING, E, EAE .......
NANCY C. KING, N, KAO .........
ROBERT S. KING, E, mo .......
STEVEN R. KING A Bon .......
WILLIAM SCOTT KING, JR., A . . .'
JAMES E. KIRK, A, EN .........
JOHN C. KIRK, E, ATU ..........
JOHN B. KISS, A, HKA ..........
ROBERT K. KLAGES, E, IIKA
DEBORAH J. KLATTE, A ........
JEFFREY KONKER, A, CFKE ......
JANE E. KRAFT, A .............
JOHN R. KREIN, E, KA ...........
CAROL A. KREWINGHAUS, A .....
DEBORAH ANN KREYLING, N .... Kirkwood
. . . .Paducah, Ky.
. . . . .Atlanta, Ga.
. . .Wilmette, Ill.
. . . .Atlanta, Ga.
. . . .Atlanta, Ga.
. . .Pittsfield, Ill.
. .Ciolumbus, Ohio
. .Lake Forest, Ill.
. .Brentwood, Mo.
.St. Louis, Mo.
DANIEL J. KRIKSTONE, A .... McKees Rocks,
HAROLD A. KRUEGER, II, A, KA .... Ironton, Mo.
DAVID KRULAC, E ................ Pittsburgh, Pa.
ROBERT E. KRUMLAUF, E, AKE . .Columbus, Ohio
WILLIS E. KUHN, A, 1IJK1I1 ........ Indianapolis, Ind.
WILLIAM S. LACHICOTTE, A .....
ANN LESLIE LAIRD, A, AAA
CHAE E. LAIRD, A, CIJKE ......
GLORIA J. LAIRD A Aon ......
. . .Atlanta, Ga.
WILLIAM R. LAIVIME, A, ZBT .'Kettering, ohio
JERRY MICHAEL LAMBERTH, E ..Ce1nn1bIn, Ky.
SUSAN C. LANDRUM, A, KA ...... Lexington, Ky.
ALMUT E. LANGE, E, KAO ......... Huntsville, Ala.
ROBERT K. LANGSTAFF, A, QDKQI San Marino, Calif.
MARK R. LANKTON, A ........... Worthville, Ky.
LYNN K. LATIMER, A, AOII ....... Nashville, Tenn.
CLARK D. LEA, E, QDAGJ .......... Memphis, Tenn.
MARTHA K. LEATHERMAN, A . .Hot Springs, Ark.
JOYCE F. LEHMAN, A ........... Nashville, Tenn.
JUDITH A. LEKASHMAN, A ...... South Bend, Ind.
CARL H. LEONARD, A, ATQ . . .Clarendon Hills, Ill.
CATHERINE W. LESTER, A, XQ . .New Orleans, La.
RICHARD L. LEVINE, A, ZBT .... Birmingham, Ala.
KENNETH A. LEVY, A ...... .... S Carsdale, N.Y.
CAROL LEWIS, A ...... ..... T ulsa, Okla.
ELLEN J . LIBBEY, A ............ Potrerillos, Chile
WILLIAM A. LIEGOIS, E ............ Lacrosse, Wis.
IVIARGARITA LILLARD, A, AAA ..Cincinnati, Ohio
THOMAS G. LINTHICUM, A .......... Atlanta, Ga.
JOSEPH LIPSCOMB, JR., A, ATS! . .Hartsville, Tenn.
HETTIE A. LISH, E ............... Nashville, Tenn.
ROBERT L. LOFTIS, A .... ..... N ashville, Tenn.
RANDY LOFTON, A, K2 ..... .... P ort Arthur, Tex.
WILLIAM T. LOGGINS, E ............ Miami, Fla.
JERRY L. LOOMIS, A, HKA ..... Sweetwater, Tenn.
ROBERT G. LORD, E, BGII ........ Washington, Ind.
JONATHAN BARRY LOUBE, A, ZBT Bethesda, Md.
CLIFFORD LOVE, III, A, fI3K1I1 ,,.. Nashville,
JESS W. LOVE, JR., E ............. Nashville, Tenn.
ERNEST B. LOWE, A, EX ......... Maryville,
WILLIAM S. LOWE, A, ZBT ...... Lawrenceville, Va.
LANDON L. LUSTER, A .... ..... N ashville,
JOHN H. LYON, A ................ Nashville,
LUCINDA A. LYONS, A, HBfD ....... Sheffield, Ala.
EDWARD HAYS MABRY, JR., A . .Memphis,
JUDY L. MACIULA, N, AOH .......... Tulsa, Okla.
JOANN E. MAGUIRE, A, HBCD .... Wilmington, Del.
SUSAN A. MAGYAROSI, N ....... Nashville,
WILLIAM T. MAHON, A ...... Webster Groves, Mo.
GAYLE I. MALONE, KA ........... Trenton,
WILLIAM R. MANIER, IV, E, TAG . .Nashville,
FRANK MARIUTTO, E ............ Nashville,
GEORGE W. MARLIN, A, ADKQ ..... Jackson,
ROY S. MAROKUS, A ..........,... Dayton,
JEFF A. MARQUIS, E, fIvK2 .... ....... A tlanta, Ga.
STEPHEN A. MARSTILLER, E . .Clarksburg, W. Va.
GREGORY J. MARTIN, A, BGII .... Cincinnati, Ohio
JAMES A. MARTIN, III, A ......... Nashville, Tenn.
MICHAEL R. MARTZALL, E .......... Denver, Pa.
PATRICIA J. MASON, A, AAA ....... Houston, Tex.
DONALD S. MATHESON, A, GAG .... Sunbury, Pa.
ELIZABETH B. MATTHEWS, N, XQ Pittsburgh, Pa.
JAMES M. MATTHEWS, A ....... Winter Park, Fla.
J. LARKIN MATTHEWS, A, HGH. .San Antonio, Tex.
LISE MATTHEWS, A, KAG ...... New Orleans, La.
L. TURNER MATTHEWS, E ...... Columbia,
JAMES A. MATZGAR, A, KIJKE Ft. Sam Houston, Tex.
PHILIP H. MAYES, A, K2 ......... Nashville, Tenn.
DAN A. MAYFIELD, A ................ Bells, Tenn.
JOHN H. MAYFIELD, A, QPAGJ ...... Shreveport, La.
ALAN D, MAZER, A, ZBT ........ Birmingham, Ala.
NANCY L. MacNAUGHTON, N ..... Brentwood, Mo.
DALTON MCBEE, JR., A ......... Greenwood, Miss.
CLAIRE E. MCCASKILL, A, XQ ...Memphis, Tenn.
HAROLD D. McCLAIN, E, EN ...... Pine Bluff, Ark.
WILLIAM MCCLANAHAN, E, EX . .Nashville, Tenn.
JOHN G. MCCLEERY, A, KA ...... Birmingham, Ala.
STANDISH MCCLEARY, A, AKE .... Baltimore, Md.
SALLY MCCOOL, A, AOII ........ Memphis, Tenn.
JAY MCCOY, A, QIJKKII ............. Madisonville, Ky.
VICKI F. MCCOY, A ......... West Hollywood, Fla.
MARK O. MCCRACKIN, A ............ Atlanta, Ga.
DARRYL V. MCCULLOUGH, A, K2 Little Rock, Ark.
THOMAS L. MCCURLEY, E, EN ..... Gulfport, Miss.
LINDA J. MCENTYRE, N .......... Whitwell, Tenn.
DAVID K. MCGOWAN, A, K2 ........ Jackson, Miss.
LEONARD F. MCGUGIN, El, EX .... Nashville, Tenn.
LINDA S. MCHENRY, A .... Melbourne Beach, Fla.
WILLIAM W. MCINNES, A, KA ...... Jackson, Miss.
MARGO H. MCKINLEY, N .......... Belleville, Ill.
VIRGINIA A. MCKINNEY, A, IIBfIw ..Eldorado, Ark.
SANDRA A. MCLEOD, A .......... Morrilton, Ark.
BETTYE C. MCMILLIN, A, KALD .... Nashville, Tenn.
KATHRYN MCMILLAN, A, IIBQ ...... Austin, Tex.
MICHELE A. MCMURTRY, E, DDB . .Lexington, Ky.
FLOY C. MCPHERSON, A .......... Dickson, Tenn.
RICHARD D. MCRAE, A ............ Jackson, Miss.
CELIA A. MCREE, A .............. Memphis, Tenn.
GEORGE R. MCSWAIN, A ...... Ormond Beach, Fla.
WILLIAM R. MEANEY, A, PSK ...... Palmetto, Fla.
EDWIN A. MERRICK, E, HKA ..... Nashville, Tenn.
JOHN C. MERRITT, E, AKE ........ Columbus, Ohio
ALFRED M. MICHEL, E ......... Birmingham, Ala.
JOHN H. MILES, A, JPBKII ............ Dickson, Tenn.
MARTHA F. MILFORD, A, AAA .... Memphis, Tenn.
GARY C. MILLER, E, ATQ .Jacksonville Beach, Fla.
JAMES L. MILLER, A ............... Decatur, Ga.
JAIVEIS P. MILLER, A, LIJAGJ ........... Dallas, Tex.
LINDA J. MINER, A, AOH .... ...... A tlanta, Ga.
JOHN E. MONROE, III, E, PSK .... New Orleans, La.
CHERYL A. MOORE, N, DDB ....... Nashville, Tenn.
DWIGHT T. MOORE, A, 1IJK1I1 ........ Madison, Tenn.
GEORGE R. MOREHEAD, A, HKA .... Orlando, Fla.
WARREN MORGAN, E ............ Cedartown, Ga.
GLENN O. MORRELL, JR., A ........ Bristol, Tenn.
FREDRICKE M. MORRIS, E ...... Nashville, Tenn.
PAMELA J. MORRIS, A .......... Wheeling, W. Va.
WILLIAM E. MORRIS, A, IIKA . .Corpus Christi, Tex.
WILLIAM H. MORRISON, E ...... Memphis, Tenn.
CHRISTINE P. MORROW, . . .......,.. McLean, Va.
ROBERT M. MOSES, E, ZBT ........ Cleveland, Ohio
SUSAN M. MUDRICK, N .... Hendersonville, Tenn.
DAVID J. MURPHY, E, QAQ ........... Atlanta, Ga.
JACK A. MURRAI-I, A ........... Birmingham, Ala.
JOHN R. MURRAY, A, QAG ......... Cordova, Tenn.
WALTER R. MURRAY, A ......... Nashville, Tenn.
GRACE F. MYERS, A, X9 . .. ..... Ft. Worth, Tex.
JAIVHBS B. NATION, A ............. Liverpool, N.Y.
VIRGINIA LYN NEAL, A, KA ......... Atlanta, Ga.
RAY DAWSON NESBITT, A, IIKA ..... Dallas, Tex.
JAMES B. NEWMAN, A, EAE ........ Farmville, Va.
TYLER C. NICHOLSON, E, PSK ...... Jasper, Ala.
PAMELA K. NIEKAMP, A, KA ...... Louisville, Ky.
ROBERT J. NORTHWAY, A .......... Houston, Tex.
DAVID M. NORTHERN, A, EN .... Memphis, Tenn.
SALLY A. NORTON, N, FTB ..Murfreesboro, Tenn.
SANFORD B. NOVICK, El, ZBT .... Memphis, Tenn.
JAMES C. O'BRIEN, A, KE .......... Florence, Ala.
DELMAS R. O'DELL, A ....... Ravenswood, W. Va.
VIRGINIA M. OLDFIELD, N, AAA .... LaGrange, Ill.
FORREST R. OLDHAM, E, HKA ...... Jackson, Miss.
RICHARD C. OLDHAM, E, EN ...... Louisville, Ky.
JOHN R. OLERT, E ................ Cincinnati, Ohio
DAVID R. OLIVE, A .............. Nashville, Tenn.
DOUGLASS M. OLIVER, A, QPALD
. . .Nashvi1le, Tenn.
MARY M. OLIVER, A, KA ............ Atlanta, Ga.
ROBERT S. OLIVER, E, ATS! . ..
WILLIAM B. OLIVECRI E .....
.. .Ft. Thomas, Ky.
. . Cheverly, Md.
PHILIP J. OLSSON, E' .......... '.'.C1eveland, Tenn.
C. BLAIR ONEY, A .................. Houston, Tex.
A. DAVID ORNSTEIN, A, AEII W.
SUSAN E. ORPIN, A ...........
DOUGLAS W. ORR, A .........
Long Branch, N.J.
. . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga.
. . . . .Atlanta, Ga.
CHARLES P. OSBORN, A, BGJII ...... St. Louis, Mo.
GUY C. osWALT, JR., A, me .
. . . . . . .Mobile, Ala.
PAMELA J. OWENS, A ............... Dallas, Tex.
JANICE E. OXF ORD, A, AOII ..... Nashville, Tenn.
PATSY J. OZBURN, A, Aon .....
SANDRA D. PAGE, A ................. Atlanta, Ga.
MARTHA A. PACKER, A, Aon .
H. LEIGH PALMER A .......
CLAIRE PARKER A .........
STEPHEN B. PARKER, A, f1JK1I1
JAMIE M. PARSLEY A XQ ..
JOHN F. PACKEL, A, ATQ ......
. . . . .Jackson, Miss.
. .Keni1worth, Ill.
. .Memphis, Tenn.
BARBARA E. PARK, A, nm .' ...... Tulsa, Okla.
. .Jonesboro, Ark.
FRANK T. PARKER, JR., E .Nashvilla Tenn.
. . . . . .Carme1, Calif.
RICHARD T. PATTRiv, R, zx .Nashvi11e, Tenn.
ELAINE PATTERSON, A ............. Decatur, Ga.
JANE PATTERSON A FCIJB ..
JOHN A. PATTERSON, A ...... Lewisburg, Tenn.
DONALD P. PAUL, A, HKA .......... Ballwin, Mo.
SHARON A. PAULI, A, DDB .... New Orleans, La.
A. J. PEMBERTON, A, QJKWP .... Cape Girardeau, Mo.
ERNEST J. PEREZ, E, EN ............. Miami, Fla.
JAMES E. PERLMAN, A, AEII .... Two Rivers, Wis.
RAYMOND W. PE'I'ERSON, A, AEII Loves Park, Ill.
CHARLES R. PHEBUS, E, KE .... Union City, Tenn.
CALVIN R. PHELAN, A, IIKA ........ Hobart, Okla.
JOHN V. PHENICIE, E, IPAQ .......... Tulsa, Okla.
JOHN W. PHILLIPS, A, EX ........ Nashville, Tenn.
ALBERT E. PIATI' A fI1KE ....
. Bellaire, Ohio
SUZANNE PICKERING, A, 1'fPBmH
... . . . .Norton, Va.
SUSAN L. PIPER, A, X0 ........ Los Angeles, Calif.
SARA C. PLATT, A ................. Carthage, Mo.
CHARLES T. PLOSSER, A, IIKA . .Birmingham, Ala.
CAROL J. POORE, A ................. Athens, Ga.
CHARLES G. POST, A, BCDII ...,.. Vero Beach, Fla.
MARK K. POWERS, A ...........
SUSAN M. POWERS, A ..........
RICHARD R. PRATT, A, LDKE .......
RICHARD E. PRESLEY, A .......
GEORGE A. PRESTON, A .... .
ROBERT G. PRESTON, A ........
WALTER E. PRESTWOOD, E .... Fort Payne,
CARYL P. PRIVETT, A ......... Birmingham,
. . .LaGrange, Ill.
. . . .Denton, Tex.
. Nashville, Tenn.
MARY CAROL PROCTER, N ..... Nashville, Tenn.
KATHERINE S. PURVIS, A, X52 . .Birmingham,
DONALD H. PUTNAM, A, PSK ..... Lakeland,
PATRCICIA A. UINBY A . .Ft Lauderdale,
Q , . . .
FRANCES M, RABER, A ......... Indianapolis
SUSAN A. RAINS, A, mais ,....... Nashville, Tenn.
STEVEN R. RAMPTON, E ........ Jacksonville, Fla.
BRUCE W. RANNEY, A ............. Auburn,
DAVID C. RAND, E .......... New Canaan, Conn.
JOSEPH P. RATLIFF, A ...... Pass Christian, Miss.
JERROLD M. RAVEL, A, zur ........ El Paso, Tax.
ROGER A. REED, A ................... Hayii, Ma.
WILLIAM M. REED, A, 4PK'If ........ Louisville, Ky.
GAIL S. REITZ, A, AO1'I .............. St. Louis, Mo.
KAREN E. RICHARDSON, A, XQ ..C'arthage, Tenn.
DAVID L. RIDINGS, E ............ Nashville, Tenn.
JESSE H. RIGSBY, III, A ........ Clarksville, Tenn.
VICTOR M. RIVERA, E ..... Bayamon, Puerto Rico
WILLIAM G. RIVERS, E, KA ..... Greenville, Miss.
MARTHA S. ROBBINS, A ............ Austell, Ga.
LINDA JOYCE ROBERTS, N ...... Wakefield, Mass.
LOUISE Q. ROCKER, A ............. Marietta, Ga.
DAVID MICHAEL ROGERS, A, AEH Hollywood, Fla.
ROBERT C. ROGERS, A .............. Vernon, Tex.
JACKIE H. ROOKER, E .............. Ripley, Miss.
ELIZABETH C. ROPER, A, Aon ....... Atlanta, Ga.
KARIN S. ROSE, A .................... Miami, Fl
SUE E. ROSEBROUGH, A ....... Indianapolis,
JACK E. ROSENBLATT, A ............ Miami,
STEPHEN W. ROSENBLATT, A, KA Ft. Adams
oWEN C. RoUsE, A, mia ............ Midway,
RICHARD D. ROWLETT, E ........ Buchanan, Tenn.
R. ROYSTER, III, E ................ Henderson, Ky.
., f..ff. ., f ff-f . :,a, wai . f ., - ia aa. uw A.-fimaw aua-
WILLIAM M. ROZELLE, A, AKE .... Houston, Tex.
JOE C. RUBEL, A, BGJH ............ Pensacola, Fla.
BARRETT J. RUDICH, A .......... Stamford, Conn.
RANDALL L. RUDOLPH, A, EAE . .Nashville, Tenn.
JOE P. C. RUSSELL, A, ATQ ...... Sao Paulo, Brazil
BRADLEY K. SABEL, A ............... Largo, Fla.
DONALD B. SAFER, A, ZBT ...... Jacksonville, Fla.
CAROL J. SANDERS, A ............. Carthage, Mo.
NANCY C. SANDERS, A, KA9 .... Tullahoma, Tenn.
DOUGLAS SANFORD, A, BGJH ...... Lubbock, Tex.
SAMUEL D. SAPP, A .................. Macon, Ga.
HOUSTON M. SARRATT, JR., A EX Nashville Tenn.
MICHAEL C. SCARDINO E, AKE .... Bayside, N.Y.
STEVEN G. SCHAFFER, E, HKA ...... Evanston, Ill.
ROBERT H. SCHELL, A, EX ........ Owensboro, Ky.
CHRISTOPH R. SCHMIDT, A ...... Nashville, Tenn.
WILLARD C. SCHREIBER, JR., A, EX Louisville, Ky.
HOWARD M. SELTZER, A, ZBT Daytona Beach Fla.
JOHN G. SESTAK, A ................ Chamblee, Ga.
JOHN E. SEWARD, A, HKA .... Johnson City, Tenn.
SHAWN D. SAAVEDRA, A ...... New Orleans, La.
JAMES A. SHANNON, E, EN ...... Columbia, Tenn.
ALFRED D. SHARP, III, A, EX ..... Nashville Tenn.
ROBERT J. SHAUB, E, EX ........ Nashville, Tenn.
CLAUDIA L. SHAW, A .............. Atlanta, Ga.
MICHAEL H. SHELLY, A, KE ......... Atlanta, Ga.
RUTH A. SHELTON, A, X0 ..... Chattanooga, Tenn.
JOHN H. SHEPARD, E, QDKE .......... Moultrie, Ga.
THOMAS R. SHEPHERD, A, CDKE ...... Atlanta, Ga.
KRISTINE M. SHERMAN, A, 1'IBfIJ Woodstown, N.J.
LOUISE E. SHERRARD, A, KAGJ ...Rock Island, Ill.
PHILLIP H. SHERROD, A, AEH . .Jacksonville, Fla.
FREDERICK W. SHILSTONE, A . .Morristown, Tenn.
JOHN F. SHERWOOD, A ............... Spur, Tex.
VALESKA A. SHORT, A ........ Indianapolis, Ind.
GEORGE LEWIS SIBLEY, A, KA .... Houston, Tex.
STEPHEN T. SIBLEY, A, AKE ......... Atlanta, Ga.
ANN GORDON SIBOLD, A, FQIDB ...Alexandria, Va.
EDWARD J. SILVERHORN, A, BGJII Cincinnati, Ohio
SUSAN S. SILL, A, AAA ............. Houston, Tex.
JANET SILVERBLATT, A ....... Coral Gables, Fla.
FAYE J. SILVERMAN, A . . . ......... Atlanta, Ga.
LARRY G. SIMMONS, A, EX ....... Nashville, Tenn.
KARL B. SIMONIS, E ............ Columbia, Tenn.
KAREN ANN SIMONSEN, N ....... Rochelle, N.Y.
LARRY E. SIMS, A, GAG .............. Tulsa, Okla.
JANIS S. SLEPICKA, A ........ Downers Grove, Ill.
SHERRY A. SLOAN, A AAA ........ Louisville, Ky.
CANDYCE D. SMITH, A .............. Atlanta, Ga.
DAVID B. SMITH, A ............ Adamsville, Tenn.
JOE T. SMITH, E, AKE ............... Canton, Ohio
JOHN H. M. SMITH, A, BGJH ........ Nashville, Tenn.
LYNN SMITH, A, LIJKE ............ Texarkana, Ark.
MARTHA J . SMITH, A ........... Greensboro, N .C.
MURPHY ROWTON SMITH, E, KE Memphis, Tenn.
RICHARD JAMES SMITH, E, KE . .Bryn Mawr, Pa.
RONALD G. SMITH, E ............... Milan, Tenn.
THOMAS A. SMITH, A, B811 ..... Winchester, Tenn.
GENE SMITI-IERMAN, A, HKA ...... Bessemer, Ala.
SARAH M. SMOOT, A, AOII ......... Syosset, N.Y.
DONALD W. SMUCYGZ, A ...... Jacksonville, Fla.
WARREN M. SNODDY, A, B811 ......... Greer, S.C.
VIRGINIA SOLOMONS, N, KAO New London, Conn.
MARY E. SOUCHUK, N, TQDB . .Western Springs, Ill.
STEVEN F. SPEAR, A, K2 ......... Alexandria, Va.
EDWARD J. SPITZ, A ...... ..... T allahassee, Fla.
SUSAN SPRAGUE, A .............. Beckley, W. Va.
CRAIG SPRINKLE, A, AKIC .New Smyrna Beach, Fla.
LEONARD D. SPRINKLES, E, EN ..... Orlando, Fla.
THOMAS P. STARR, A ............ Anchorage, Ky.
JOHN W. STEENBERGEN, A ....
BARBARA M. STEIN, N, mm
WILLIAM STEIN, III, A ..,.......
JOHN F. STEPHENS, A, AKE ....
SAM L. STEPHENSON, A, KA ....
ALAN P. STERNLIEB, A, AEH
DELL C. STEPHENS, A, AAA ....
JEAN STEVENSON, A, AAA ......
PAMELA J. STEVENSON, A .....
GARLAND K. STEWART, E ....
JERRY C. STILES, A ............
. . Columbia, Tenn.
. . Huntsville, Ala.
.New Orleans, La.
. . . . . .Dallas, Tex.
. .Greenville, S.C.
. . Memphis, Tenn.
. . . .HOustOn, Tex.
. . . .Decatur, Ala.
. . . .HoustOn, Tex.
ROBERT M. STOCKTON, E ...... Baptistown, N.J.
RHONDA J. STOCKTON, N, KA Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
RODDY L. STORY, A, BGJH ......
SARAH S. STROUD, A, KA ......
H. ANN STUCKEY, A., HBCIH ......
FREDERICK W. STUMPF, A, KE
. . Nashville, Tenn.
. . . . . .Dallas, Tex.
. .Nashville, Tenn.
. .Sandusky, Ohio
STEPHEN STURCEON, A, PSK Oklahoma City, Okia.
LEE C. SUMMERS, A, Hou .......... Louisville, Ky.
ROBERT W. SUMMERS, JR., A, EN ...CrOsby, Tex.
JAMES SUTHERLAND, A, EN ...... Bloomfield, Ky.
WILLIAM P. SUTHERLAND, A, AKE Nashville, Tenn.
THERESA SWAFFORD, A, XQ . .ChattanOOga, Tenn.
CAROLYN P. SWAN, A ........... Tallahassee, Fla.
WALTER R. SWEENEY, E, KDKIII .ChattanOOga, Tenn.
CHARLES L. SWIFT, A ........ Fredericksburg, Va.
DOUGLAS B. TARPLEY, A ...... Henderson, Tenn.
DAWN TATUM, A, AAA .......... Hattiesburg, Miss.
CHARLES M. TAYLOR, III, E, KE Little Rock, Ark.
MARY C. TAYLOR, A .......... Chattanooga, Tenn.
STEPHEN G. TAYLOR, E, KDAI-D ........ Atlanta, Ga.
ANGELA M. TEBER, N ..... South Pittsburg, Tenn.
DUDLEY G. TEEL, A, AKE .......... St. Louis, MO.
WILLIAM F. THISTLEWAITE, A . . .Nashville, Tenn.
KENNETH THOMAS, E, .EN ...... San Antonio, Tex.
JOHN B. THOMISON, A .........
DONA L. THOMPSON, A, xo ....
FERRON W. THOMPSON, A .....
JACKIE R. THOMPSON, N ......
ARTHUR N. THORNHILL, El .....
SUSAN C. THORPE, A ..........
STEVE TICARIC, A .............
LINDA D. TILLMAN, A, KA .....
MICHAEL C. TOOKE, A, IDAO ....
WILLIAM S. TOTTY, E, fbKwI1 ....
GEORGE W. TOWER, A .........
. .Nashville, Tenn.
. .GaineSville, Ga.
. . .LOuisville, Ky.
. .CharlestOn, S.C.
. . .LaGrange, Ga.
. .BeaumOnt, Tex.
. . .Natchez, lVIiss.
. Shreveport, La.
. . . .Denver, Tenn.
. .StamfOrd, Conn.
BEVERLY T. TOWERY, E, BOII .... Anchorage, Ky.
LUCINDA T. TRABUE, A, HBCIJ . . .
NANCY K. TRAPP, A ..........
PAMELA C. TRAUTMAN, A, AOH
. .Nashville, Tenn.
. .Nashville, Tenn.
RUSSELL B. TRENARY, E, HKA ....... Dallas, Tex.
ROBERT L. TRENTHAM, A, KE
. .Knoxville, Tenn.
TERRY F. TROUTT, A, PSK .... Chattanooga, Tenn.
NANCY LEE TUHOLSKI, A, KA .
LEWIS W. TANDY, A ...............
. . .Evansville, Ind.
CHARLES B. TUCKER, E, EN ..... Nashville, Tenn.
GIBSON TURLEY, JR., E .......
. . . . .Helena, Ark.
THOMAS C. TYER, E ........... Galena Park, Tex.
SUSAN UPSHAW, A, X52 . .. . ..
STANLEY F. UPTON, ..........
ELSIE NICOLL VANCE, A ......
.Falls Church, Va.
JON K. VanVALKENBURGH, A, QIDACEJ . .Tulsa, Okla.
GIB VESTAL, A, KE ............
JOSEPH W. VETTER, A .........
. .Rockford, Tenn.
. .Ft. Benning, Ga.
LAWRENCE ALLEN VIERS, A .... Kirkwood, Mo.
JOHN W. WADE, A, EN ........... Nashville, Tenn.
G. C. WAGGONER, A, KE ......... Nashville, Tenn.
BETSY WAGNER, A, IIBCIJ .... ........ D allas, Tex.
CONNER R. WALKER, E ........ Oak Ridge, Tenn.
EPHRIAM B. WALKER, E ............ Mobile, Ala.
PHYLLIS C. WALKER, A, 1'fIvB . .
. Summerville, S.C.
ROBERT E. WALKER, E .......... Columbia, Tenn.
JOHN V. WALLACE, A .............. Clayton, Mo.
ED E. WALLIS, A ................ Knoxville, Tenn.
BARBARA R. WALTERS, N ...... Huntsville, Ala.
ALISON F. WALTON, A, AOII ........ LaPorte, Ind.
ROBERT T. WARD, A, IIJAGD ....... Rochester, Minn.
MILTON G. WARING E QIJAG
MARY PAUL WARNERS N, TTB' '. '. '.NsshvI11s, Toon.
KENNETH B. WARREN, JR., E ..Elizabethtown, Ky.
NORALYN G. WARREN, A .....
.Oak Ridge, Tenn.
CYNTHIA WARRICK, A .............. Dothan, Ala.
JULIAN NOA WASSERMAN, A, AEH . .Dallas, Tex.
RICHARD WATERFILL, A, TIKA .... Anchorage, Ky.
PAUL G. WATERMULDER, A, EN . .Byrn Mawr, Pa.
WILLIAM B. WATERS, A ........ Knoxville, Tenn.
IDA E. WATSON, A ............... Nashville, Tenn.
SAMUEL D. WEAKLEY, A, ZBT ...... Louisville, Ky.
COLLEY WEBB, A, fI7K'I' ........... Amarillo, Tex.
JAMES A. WEBB, A ............... Nashville, Tenn.
JULIA G. WEBB, A, XQ ....
JOHN L. WEEKS, A, EN ....
. . . .J ackson, Miss.
. . . .Fairfax, Pa.
JEAN L. WEGMAN, A, Aon ......... st. Louis, Mo.
ELIZABETH ANN WEIL, A, KAO
RICHARD IAN WEINRIB, A, ZBT
HARRY E. WEIR, A ............
ART R. WELHOELTER, A, Ex ..
ROBERT G. WELLMAN, A ......
LESLIE C. WELLS, E ........
. . . .St. Louis, Mo.
. . . .Hewlett, N.Y.
. . . .Jackson, Miss.
. . . .St. Louis, Mo.
. . . .Louisvil1e, Ky.
JAMES R. WESSON, A, fI1KE ....... Nashville, Tenn.
IVIARIBETI-I A. WEST, A, KA ......... Metairie, Pa.
J AIVIES L. WESTCOT, A ........... Nashville, Tenn.
BARBARA J. WEYMAN, A, X52 .
. . Cincinnati, Ohio
METTIE M. WHIPPLE, E, X0 .... Manhattan, Kan.
BARBARA A. WHITE, A, X9 . . .Clarendon Hills, Ill.
GREGORY A. WHITE, A, B'-DH ...... Jackson, Miss.
GREGORY LOUIS WHITE, E ........ Athens, Ala.
MARCIE A. WHITE, N, mn .... Woodbury Hts., N.J.
PHILIP O. WHITE, E, EN .......... Waverly, Tenn.
SARA F. WHITE, A, KA ....... Bethesda, Md.
. Mentor, Ohio
WILLIAM R. WHITE, A, me ......... Tulsa, Okla.
ANDREW THOMAS WHITLEY, A New Orleans, La.
ALICE M. WHITTEN, A, AOII .... Memphis,
LYNN BURKE WINDHAM, E, AKE ..H0uSt0n, Tex.
WARREN H. WILD, JR., A, BAE .... Mccomb, MISS.
JACK C. WILDER, EX ............ Nashville,
ROBERT W. WILKINS, E .......... Evergreen, Ala.
ANDREW M. WILLIAMS, A ...... Hermitage, Tenn.
ELIZABETH D. WILLIAMS, A ...... Houston, Tex.
FRED M. WILLIAMS, A, K2 .... Chattanooga, Tenn.
JEAN WILLIAMS, A ...... North Kansas City, Mo.
RICHARD H. WILLIAMS, A .... Clarksville,
EARL KENT WILLOUGHBY, A . .Clarksville,
GEORGE E. WILSON, A, BQDH .... Harriman,
JOHN S. WILSON, A, ATQ ...... Chattanooga,
VIRGINIA A. WILSON, A ....... Chattanooga
WILLARD F. WILSON, JR., E ..... Memphis,
WILLIAM WILSON, A, LPAGE ........ Nashville,
JOHN S. WINFORD, A, K2 ....... Covington,
JAIVIES B. WITHERSPOON, A ..... Nashville,
JEFFREY A. WOLF, A, ZBT ....... Haverhill,
ANN H. WOLFA, E ............. Huntington, W. Va.
GEORGE E. WOLFE, JR., A, AKE . .Manchester, Pa.
VAUGHN H. WOODS, E, BAE ...... Nashville, Tenn.
SUZANNE M. WOOLLEY, A ...... New Orleans, La.
MICHAEL E. WOOTEN, E, IIKA ...... Hinsdale, Ill.
LUCIUS F. WRIGHT, A .............. McLean, Va.
JAMES A. WYATT, A, SAE ............ Macon, Ga.
IVIENEES W. YOUNG, N ............ Dayton, Tenn.
WILLIAM BRADFORD YOUNG, E, ATQ Syosset, N.Y.
THOMAS A. YOUNGBLOOD, E, KE Evansville, Ind.
RICHARD E. ZANDER, A, AEIT . .New Orleans, La.
OLLIE D. ZANDONA, E .............. Ashland, Ky.
ROBERT A. ZIMMQERMAN, A ...... Evansville, Ind.
MARK H. ZINAMAN, E, AEH ...... Nashville, Tenn.
MARGARET A. ECKER, A, AOH .... Cincinnati, Ohio
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P. RAYMOND BARTHOLOMEW .... Mercer, Pa.
JON C. BEDNERIK ....... Winston-Salem, N. C.
SAUL C. BELZ ..... ...... N ashville, Tenn.
HOWARD R. BERKENSTOCK, JR.
DOUGLAS R. BERRY . .. .... Nashville, Tenn.
THOMAS G. BOST ............
WALTER E. BOWMAN, III
JOHN R. BRANCATO ....
CHARLES C. BROWN .........
KING H. BUTTERMORE, III . ..
LEE J. CHASE, III .......
JAMES H. CHEEK, III .........
JAMES R. CHESHIRE, III ......
PERRY T. CHRISTISON . .
AUBREY L. COLEMAN ........
BRUCE P. COMISAR ....
ALAN S. COOPER .......
. .RosWell, N. M.
Fort Valley, Ga.
. . . .Harlan, Ky.
. . . . . .Memphis, Tenn.
. . . . . . .LOuisville, Ky.
GEORGE V. CRAWFORD, JR. ...... Miami, Fla.
THOMAS A. CRAWFORD, JR. . .Momclam N. J.
M. ELIZABETH CULBRETH . .Waynesville, N. C.
LEE S. CUTLIFF ............... Nashville, Tenn.
WALTER LEE DAVIS .... ..,. M emphis, Tenn.
CHARLES W. DIXON .... ..... S umrnit, Mo.
RICHARD L. DUNLAP, III ........ Paris, Tenn.
JOHN W. FALBEY ........... Cocoa Beach, Fla.
WILLIAM A. FENWICK ....,.. Owensboro, Ky.
JOHN D. FITZGERALD ...... Lewisburg, Tenn.
WILLIAM E. FLOWERS ...... Larchmont, N. Y
GERALD C. FORSTNER, JR. ........ Euclid, O
JON O. FULLERTON ..
THOMAS R. GAMBLE .
O'I'I'O B. GERLACH, III
JOHN GILL, JR. ....... .. .
JAMES C. GOOCH
MICHAEL S. GOTKIN .
WILLIAM P. GRIFFIN
DAVID G. GRIMES, JR.
. . . . .Washington, D. C
DANIEL H. GROSS .........
. . . .Jackson, Tenn
. . . . . . .Nashville, Tenn
. .Monterey, Tenn
. . . Jackson, Miss
Takoma Park, Md
. .Nashville-, Tenn
JAMES H. HARRIS, III .... San Bernardino, Cal
MICHAEL T. HARTSFIELD .... Memphis, Tenn
AUBREY B. HARWELL, JR. . . .Nashville, Tenn
C. J UDSON HARWOOD ....... Nashville, Tenn
JEFFREY W. HELLBERG ......... Sheffield, Ill
MATTHEW A. HENDERSON .. .Huntsville, Ala
WILLIAM M. HESSON, JR. .... Nashville, Tenn
ROBERT E. HOEHN ........ .... L akewood, O
JOHN J . HOSSENLOPP .... ..... N utley, N. J
GARY B. HOUSTON ..... .... N ashville, Tenn
ROBERT P. HUBBARD ........ Nashville, Tenn
FREDERICK B. HUNT, J R. . . .Birrningham, Ala
WILLIAM W. JOHNSON, JR. .... Florence, Ala
SCOTI' V. JONES ......
THOMAS P. KANADAY .
JAMES E. KEELEY ..........
HARRIET KING ........
WILLIAM D. KIRKLAND
BRYAN K. KOONTZ ....
RONALD D. KRELSTEIN
WILLIAM LEE LACKEY
RICHARD F. LANG .....
. . . . .DuBois, Pa.
. .Nashville, Tenn.
New Haven, Conn.
.Fall River, Mass.
. .Nashvi1le, Tenn.
. . . . .Danvi1le, Ky.
. . . ...... Hillview, Ill.
. . Memphis, Tenn.
. Savannah, Tenn.
. . .Montclair, N. J.
MICK R. LARSON ........ Laurel Springs, N. J
ROBERT N. LATELLA ............ Bronx, N. Y
JOHN D. LENTZ ............... Nashville, Tenn
HOWARD S. LIEBENGOOD .... Plymouth, Ind
LEONARD G. LONDON ........ Fairlawn, N . J
JOHN R. MacLEAN .... ..., N ashville, Tenn
LIBERO MARINELLI .........
JEFFREY H. MAZEROLLE . . .
DANIEL W. MOALLEN .......
JOHN R. MOCALL ....
GEORGE R. MOORE .........
THOMAS WARREN MOORE
JOEL H. MOSELEY ...........
JOHN B. MURPHREY ....
. . .Trenton, N. J.
. . . .Louisville, Ky.
.N ashville, Tenn.
. . . .Ke1'ens, Tex.
R. PRICE NIMMO ..... .... S pringfield, Ill.
JAMES T. OGLESBY ......... Millington, Tenn.
WILLIAM D. OMOHUNDRO . . .Nashvi1le, Tenn.
ROBERT E. PARKER ........ Shelbyville, Tenn.
CHARLES J. PITMAN ....
WILLIAM R. PLA'I'I' ....
WILLIAM A. PYLE ...........
WILLIAM A. RANSOM, III . . .
. . . .Leon, Iowa
. .Cynthiana, Ky.
. . .Jackson, Miss.
.New Orleans, La.
HUGH M. RAY ............... Greenville, Miss.
WILLIAM B. REYNOLDS .....
. Nashville, Tenn.
LAWRENCE G. RICCI, III ...Gui1der1and, N. Y.
ROBERT L. ROBINSON ......... Newport, Ark.
ROBERT G. RUARK ........... Nashville, Tenn.
T. WILLIAM SAMUELS, J R. .... Bardstown, Ky.
THOMAS M. SHOAFF .......... Ft. Wayne, Ind.
ROBERT E. SIMS .... .... Lo uisville, Ky.
M. LEE SMITH ............ Johnson City, Tenn.
MILTON W. SMITH, JR. .
WILLIAM s. soLMsoN .
MALCOLM B. STERRE'I'T
JULIUS S. SWANN, JR. . .
FRED D. THOMPSON ....
LEON R. TIMMONS
W. SCOTT TRUNDLE ....
FRANK J. VANDALL . . .
JAMES H. WALLACE . . .
MICHAEL A. WEIGHT . .
WELDON B. WHITE, JR.
FRANCIS P. WILSON
. . . . . .Nashvi11e, Tenn.
. . . . . .Memphis, Tenn.
. . . Southport, Conn.
. . ..... Gadsden, Ala.
. . . .Nashvil1e, Tenn.
. . . .Louisville, Ky.
. . . .N ashville, Tenn.
. .PittsbIurgh, Pa.
. . . .J ackson, Tenn.
. . ......... Hilo, Ha.
. . . . . .Nashville, Tenn
. . . . . .Nashvil1e, Tenn
DOUGLAS A. WITTERS .... Birmingham, Mich
MICHAEL S. YAN COCK ....... Philipsburg, Pa
JAMES R. YON ......... .... T allahassee, Fla
ROBERT E. ALLEN .... ..... L ufkin, Tex.
JOHN BOEHM, JR. ............ Nashville, Tenn.
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ANNA F. HINDS ..... ..... M aryville, Tenn.
JAVIER J. GISBERT ............ La Paz, Bolivia
THOMAS B. STEPHENS .... Bowling Green, Ky.
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FORTY-FOUR YEARS OF SERVICE TO PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
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6I7 MAIN STREET
MEANS BOOKS AND COMPLETE
4I7 Church S+. 254-9488
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The power Fuel for People, S. A Delicious SpagI1eHi and Spumoni
434 I9I'I1 Ave., S. a'I' Wes'I' End AL 6-9I45
AIR-CONDITIONED CHARTERED BUS
One of the Soutlfs Largest Insurance Agencies
33I2 Wesl End Ave. Nashville. Tenn
CY 8-33I I
NASHVILLE TRANSIT CO.
Complele Line of Beverages
CH 2-5I4I 90I l2'rh Ave., Soufh
wha+ I said-TWO SINGLES!"
Ivleelinq and Banquef
parking lor quesls
Corner 4+l'1 8: Church S+.
Hayes Noel, '37
Dr. Oscar Noel, '35
Across from Ihe LHC Tower
O. Russell Nichol, Gen. Mgr.
24-hour food service I001, r-concli+ionecI
Beauliful Suifes AH'rac'Iive Room
V Intelligent Service
V Fair Proposal
V Competent Advice
V Excellent Materials
V Skilled Craftsmanship
V Pride In Product
V Exceptional Production Time
BENSON 0 Nashville
Manufacturers of The 1967 Commodore
QSO' iifj '04,
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kg' x 4
We have many salesmen, aetfaartes,
investment men, real estate men, lawyers,
electors, agency men, and efteentflyes who
were eelneateal at Vanclerbtlt. The bond
between oar two flnstttntflons ls strong.
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Hs a weekly affair
Woulcl You Walk a Half Block For a
Try Us Jusl' Once
We Think You'Il Like The Somelhing
Exlra We Pul lnlo Each I-laircull
are our specially
OXFORD BARBER SHOP
THE OXFORD BUILDING
I3I3 2Is+ AVE., SOUTH
ACROSS FROM PEABODY - V2 BLOCK FROM MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING
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l62 4th Avenue, No.
Al. 6-l l5l
Wiley Bros., Inc.
400 Union Street
Robert L. Reeves '56 David W. Wiley, Jr. '52
William C. Tune '52 Robert D, Brown, '52
Frank W. Fletcher '25 Ruololpll'1S. Farrah '28
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Nashville Tent and Awning Co.
6l5-20th Ave., N. ALpine 5-744l
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THE OXFORD SHOP
P O BOX 1087
NASHVILLE Z TENNESSEE
ROBERT' UBB ann.
Sanitation Needs 0 Frozen Foods
Restaurant Supplies ' Canned Goods
Coffee Roasters 0 Paper Supplies
0 Fresh Fruits 8. Vegetables
One Day Student Service On All Cleaning
"Self-Coin Operated Laundry"
Village Cleaners 81 Launderetle
Wed End Avenue 2OIO Acklen CY l-4264
Fine Tailoring tor Gentlemen--Clotlwes in ttie Traditional
Next Door to tl1e Post Ottice
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CHARTER BUSES. . .ideal for all groups:
THRU BUSES . . . on many schedules you relax straight thru to your
destination on rest room-equipped "Silver Eagle" buses.
FIVE STAR LUXURY SERVICE. . . exclusive "Golden Eagle" buses with
hostess aboard, delicious foods, music, rest rooms.
offering snack bars, game tables and rest rooms aboard.
AND REMEMBER . . . CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS ALSO OFFERS
FAST, DEPENDABLE PACKAGE EXPRESS.
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I Ari' and Drawing Maferials
Medical Arls Building
Phone AI. 6-I I78 Nashville, Tennessee
FLAMING STEER RESTAURANT
Specializing in Delicious
Charcoal Broiled Sfeaks
l904 WEST END
420 UNION STREET
OPEN 6 AM TO MIDNIGHT and
GREEN I-III.I.S VILLAGE
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Quaffg-- FOR A REASONABLE PRICE
2926 WEST END AVENUE
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 37205
Smith, Reed, Thompson, Ellis Co.
I322 Nashville Trus'I' Building
Nashville, Tennessee 872OI
V.U. SI'ucIen'I' Insurance Program
llTl1e Finest In
705 3rd Avenue, Norfh CH 2-0486
BENNY C. BIEATTY AREA CODE 6l5
GENERAL MANAGER PHONE: 292 4545
GlLBERT'S LIQUUR STORE
WE CARRY WINES OF THE WORLD
"Allen, +l1is will really malce you a 'lweef fellow!"
SWING AND SAVE
GREATEST LITTLE STORE
2IST AVE. SOUTH AT DIXIE PLACE
OXFORD HOUSE APT. BUILDING
MEADOW GULD ICE CREAM
The Nation 14 favorite
Southern Leather Company
Ell Witt Cigar Co.
5l8 3'd Ave" N' LUGGAGE AND LEATHER eoons
Wholesale V,' 70' Ewing Ave'
. .. ,,. - . .. ' 5.1.4 Nashville, Tennessee
TAMPA NUGGET CH 2-3326
' ' " Just BEHIND SEARS
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9 lik for simpbf
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f , Open Fri. 'til 9 p.m.
' belle meude ROHSFIS Restaurant
tAL's TO THE GANGJ
24l3 Elliston Place
A Good Place to Drink and Eat
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l805 ZIST AVE., SO. HILLSBORO VILLAGE 1rHERTzpuryQ inthe drive
Whole bean coffee
grind it fresh!
FOR TOMORROW S ARCHITECTURE
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298- I 554
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2I2 I0+h Ave., S.
THE STARR CO.
l2l4 Demonbreun Slreel Nashville 3, Tennessee
Wholesale Refrigerai-ion Supplies
Washing Machine Parfs 0 Healing Confrols
Appliance Par+s 0 Marine Supplies
120 Union St. Zip
Code 37201 256-8195
2OII-I3 8TH AVENUE, SOUTH
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 37204
A MUST DURING YOUR
VISIT TO NASHVILLE
Luncheon or Dinner ai Hisforic
BRASS RAIL STABLES
In Prinfers Alley
E c On The Siie oi Andrew Jaclcson's Slables
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TRADITIONAL SOUTHERN FOODS
STEAKS FROM OUR COPPER CHAR BROILER
Open I I:OO a.m.. - ll:3O p.m. Call AL 6-7312
Daily, Excepi Sunday Helen Nolan, Owner
HILL-SMITH SYSTEMS, INC.
Termife 8: Pesf Conirol Service
I506 8'ih Avenue Sou+h
I040 Murfreesboro Road Phone 256-56I7
Nashville, Tennessee 254-3584
ESTABLISHED ms 295 Cumberland
Memphis. Tennessee 324-2 I6I
Cleaners and Laundry
Drive in Plani' a'I' 29 I 0 Wesi' End
l807 2 Isl' Ave. Soufh IOI 2Is+ Ave. No. Inexi' Io IreIan'dsI
HOME OF PERSONALIZED SERVICE
blended for us-
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not the Whole CULLIGAN SOFT WAT S
5I I 26II1 Ave., Nor+I1, NasI1viIIe, Tenn. 37209
I Sewing Nashville Since I947
UENTIIIII. VAN 81 STORAGE UU., INC.
AIIiec.I Van Lines
2607 CI1arIoH'e Phone 29I-67I3
WILDER MUTUR CUMPIINY
I26 I4+I'1 Ave., NorI'I'1
Steel Service Ce., Inc
4280 Siclco Dr.
I306 I7+I1 S+., N.W.
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The Village Store
4004 Hillsboro Road
"WHERE THE SMART VAN'DY COED LOOKS FIRST"
BDLLEGE BARBER SIIBP
CRANE SUPPLY CBMPIINY
530 8+h Avenue Souih
JOHN N. ANDERSON
V. U. '48
W. J. ANDERSON, III
JAMES C. BARBOUR
V. U. '32
M. EDWARD BENSON, JR
EWING L. BRADFORD
V. U. '29
WILLIAM H. BRADFORD
V. U. '59
RAY B. BURTON, JR.
WILLIAM H. CAMMACK
V. U. '52
BROWNLEE O. CURREY
V. U. '49
EDWARD G. DUDLEY, JR.
RICHARD D. FLETCHER
V. U. '5I
WILLARD R. HENDRIX
V. U. '27
THOMAS M. HUDSON
V. U. '42
JOE E. HUTTON
V. U. '48
O. R. LEDYARD
V. U. '27
V. U. '55
THOMPSON H. McDANIEL
V. U. '59
PAUL W. McGAUGHY
V. U. '30
L. GARTRELL MILAM, Ill
V. U. '62
SAM J. MOORE, JR.
V. U. '43
CECIL G. MURDOCK
V. U. '6I
V. U. '28
H. LAIRD SMITH
V. U. '27
ROBERT F. STAMPS
V. U. '4I
JAMES S. TART
V. U. '64
THOMAS B. WALKER
V. U. '47
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DALLAS 0 HOUSTON 0 BIRMINGHAM 0 JACKSON 0 MEMPHIS 0 BOSTON
ATLANTA 0 HARTFORD 0 GREENSBORO PHILADELPHIA 0 NEW ORLEANS
322 Union Street
Nashville 3, Tennessee
Two Wall Sfreef
New York 5, New York
805 SYN AVINU i NORT
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PHONE ALPINI 6-2185
FABRICATORS 8: ERECTORS
OF STRUCTURAL STEEL
00LONlIlL llUTOMIlTlC SALES C0.
WILSON A. LEEOAN-Owner
ALL TYPES OF MERCHANDISING MACHINES
Southern Fried Chicken,
Country Ham Steaks, Hot
Biscuits, and Homemade Preserves
10 MILES OUT HIGHWAY 100
THOMPSON FRUIT COMPANY
Fresh Fruits-VegetaIoIes-Frozen Foods
UM Zvndvn Shop
3800 West End Avenue
Phones AL 5-482l I30I Second Ave., No.
GIFT WIRAI' 8: MAILING SERVICE
AL 4-6434 Nashville, Tennessee . ,
Ceorglan, Uld Slluficld, 8: Victorian Silver
' FT NEGLEY
24th and West End
Serving Nashville tor 90 Years
LAUNDRY 81 CLEANERS
At Division and Broad
I Day Service "Coin Operated" Laundry
WHAT! DO MY owN WASHING!
ARE You NUTS? RAINS BROTHERS
DOES IT BETTER, AND CHEAPER TOO.
Cleaners and Laundry No. 2
"Cal'ering +o Vandy S+uden'rs"
4720 NOLENSVILLE ROAD 832-4399
II8 2IST AVE., NORTH 226-7972
402 2lST AVE., SOUTH 254-8282
Lips+iclc Slain 1
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A, A -N Removing
xx fix '
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l Speciality for Their conlinued supporl of our book i889
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SPANS SPACE AND TIME
from bridges to barges-
to towers - transmission
NASHVILLE BRIDGE COMPANY
P. 0. Box 239
P. 0. Box 70
Nashville, Tennessee Bessemer, Alabama
A Family Tradition...
in Your Neighborhood!
0 PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 0 MAGAZINES
' SICK ROOM SUPPLIES 1 COSMETICS
0 DRUG NEEDS ' UNUSUAL GIFTS
U FOUNTAIN SERVICE ' CAMERAS AND FILM
' FINE FOOD 0 CIGARETTES AND
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Flagg Bros. Shoe Store
625 Church Street
BUSH BUILDING CO
sos am Ave. N.
ORGANIZATIONAL AND ADVERTISING I DEX
Administrative Section, 35
Alamo Plaza Motel, 426
Allen Hotel, 423
Alpha Epsilon Pi, 226
Alpha Omicron Pi, 210
Alpha Phi Omega, 300
Alpha Tau Omega, 228
Alumni Association, 61
Ambrose Printing Co., 439
American Institute of Chemical
American Society of Civil
American Society of Mechanical
American Societ for Metals, 305
Aquatic Club, 278
Army ROTC, 318
Arts and Sciences, College of, 42
Athletics Section, 129
Bachelor of Ugliness, 115
Baptist Student Union, 312
Beaman Bottling Co., 427
Benson's Printing Co., 436
Beta Theta Pi, 230
Bittner's Costume Rental, 423
Board of Trust, 38
Branscomb Award, 64
Bransford Sharp and Wallace, 435
Brass Rail, 446
Bush Building, 451
Casual Corner, 443
Central Van 8z Storage, 447
Chambers Restaurant, 426
Chancellor's Cup, 62
Chi Omega, 212
College Barber Shop, 448
Colonial Automatic Sales, 449
Colonial Coffee, 447
Continental Trailways, 440
Cooke Manufacturing Co., 423
Crane Supply, 448
C. B. Criddle, 424
Cross Keys, 423
Deans: administrative, 41
Delta Delta Delta, 214
Delta Kappa Epsilon, 232
Delta Phi Alpha, 104
Department Heads, 56
Divinity School, 45
Divinity School Cabinet, 44
Dr. Pepper, 425
Eli Witt, 443
Emma's Florist, 425
Engineering School, 46
Engineering School Council, 47
Englert Engineering, 449
E. C. Ernst, 446
Eta Sima Phi, 105
Flaming Steer, 441
Fort Negley, 449
Freshman Class, 397
Freshman Class Oiiicers, 396
Gamma Beta Phi, 301
Gamma Phi Beta, 216
Gilbert's Liquors, 442
Glee Club, Men's, 276
Graduate School, 48
Greeks Section, 201
Gulbenk Engraving, 432
Hartley Uniforms, 434
Hermitage Supply, 433
Henry Drugs, 427
Hertz Rental, 444
H. G. Hill, 444
Hill-Smith System, 446
Holiday Inn, 430
Honor Council, 280
Honors Section, 97
Ingalls Award, 64
Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers, 307
Interfraternity Council, 224
Investment Club, 304
Jersey Farms, 434
Joy's Flowers, 449
Bar Association, 303
Class Officers, 367
Alpha Theta, 218
King Rex, 118
Lady of the Bracelet, 114
Law School, 51
Life and Casualty, 422
Loveless Restaurant, 449
Lotus Eaters, 102
Marchetti's Restaurant, 434
Mario's Restaurant, 428
Medical Arts Pharmacy, 441
Medical School, 53
Military Section, 317
Miss Charm, 118
Miss Commodore, 120
Miss Vanderbilt, 116
Mitchell's Tuxedo Rental, 442
Mortar Board, 106-107
Myrtle Spaulding, 441
Nashville Bridge Co., 450
Nashville Tent and Awning, 439
Nashville Transit Co., 435
National Life, 437
Navy ROTC, 330
Nero's Cactus Canyon, 424
Newman Club, 308
Noel Hotel, 435
Northwestern Mutual, 427
Nursing School, 54
Nursing School Council, 55
Old London Shop, 449
Oman Construction Co., 438
Omicron Delta Kappa, 108-109
Organizations Section, 257
Oxford Barber Shop, 438
Oxford Shop, 439
Panhellenic Council, 208
Pat's Pizza, 445
Phi Beta Kappa, 98
Phi Delta Theta, 238
Phi Eta Sigma, 101
Phi Kappa Psi, 240
Phi Kappa Sigma, 242
Phi Sigma Iota, 104
Pi Beta Phi, 222
Pi Kappa Alpha, 244
Publications Board, 258
Rain's Brothers Cleaners, 450
Residence Halls Council:
Freshmen Men's, 289
Rich-Schwartz Beauty Shop, 426
Rifle Team, 186
Robbins Award, 117
Robert Orr, 439
ROTC Ball, 328
Rotier's Restaurant, 443
Sailing Club, 296
Sarratt Prize, 63
Scabbard and Blade, 103
Scholars and Fellows, 100
Senior Class, 342
Senior Class OfHcers, 341
Service Liquor Store, 435
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 248
Sigma Chi, 250
Sigma Delta Pi, 105
Sigma Nu, 252
Sigma Tau, 103
Sigma Theta Tau, 100
Skull and Bones, 302
Smith, Reed, Thompson and
Soccer Club, 172
Sophomore Class, 381
Sophomore Class Officers, 380
The Southerner, 430
Southern Leather Co., 443
Sports Car Club, 277
Starr Co., 445
State Life of Indiana, 424
Steel Service, 447
B. H. sue-f, 450
Student Association, 278
Student Association Committees
Alcoholic Beverages, 313
Course Evaluation, 313
Parietal Hours, 313
Student Christian Association, 310
Student Court, 281
Swimming Team, 164
Swing Discount, 442
Tau Beta Pi, 99
Tau Kappa Alpha, 104
Thompson Fruit Co., 449
Transit Ready Mix, 433
Village Cleaners, 439
Village Store, 448
West End Drugs, 424
Wilder Motor Co., 447
Wiley Brothers, 439
Women's Advisory Council, 284
Women's Standards Committee,
Womens Student Government
Wrenne Mortgage, 445
Yellow Cab Co., 445
Zeta Beta Tau, 234
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