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THE STUDENTS

OF

NORTH CAROLINA

STATE COLLEGE

RALEIGH

NORTH CAROLINA

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STATE COLLEGE

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA

Entrance Examination

Prepared by the Board of very little Education

The questions below are considered to be general, and should be easily answered
in a matter of four years. If you run into any difficulty, forget it.

M A T H :

1. If Tom takes 12 gallons of gas from a 100 gallon tank the first day, 15 gallons
away the second day and 21 gallons on the third day, how long will it be before
they take Tom away?

2. If John can write a 5,000 word term paper by hand in 10 hours, how long would
it take him if he used a pencil?

3. "A" can pick 2 bushels of apples in one day; "B" can pick 4 bushels of apples
in a day and a half and "C" con pick 9 bushels in three days. How many bushels
of apples could be picked if people were doing the picking?

4. A 96 pound projectile is fired upward at a 60 degree angle and with on initial
velocity of 3200 feet per second. How deep will the projectile sink into the ground
if the last rain came on Tuesday of last month?

5. Mr. Bratwurst is driving his 3800 pound car 60 miles per hour or 88 feet per
second when he hits a 5600 pound truck parked on the street. If the two cou-
pled vehicles move 5.75 feet and stop in 2.48 seconds, was Mr. Bratwurst
drinking?

Answer the ten questions intelligently by using the context of the abstract
printed below. Use short answers only — save your lengthy discussion for the
Social Studies Department.

"When the tachypnoea sque-teague pozzuolana arrived, the whidah bird
zizith zymurgy xerophthalmia chlamydote fluosilicate hydrorgyriasis exothecium
odontornithic. Due to the passifloraceous kriegspiel lycanthrope strophanthius
xiphophyllous yoldring sympelmous, the harbinger physiognomy abrogate stil-
licidium of the thrombosis devoured in hexachlorophene which emulsified all hali-
tosis and coronaries that are corrigendum monophyletic dystrophia cysticercus
syzygial rynd pyxidium dysurio hyperostosis lythraceous and GL-71 (that's nor-
mal GL-70 with on extra GL thrown in to take care of cancer).
(From a short poem by Nick Kenny)

1. Who is Irving making out with?

2. Is Mock, the Knife, back on the scene?

3. If the above is so, how many records of his popular song, "Cement Bags", did
he sell?

4. What is the name of the new Kellogg's cereal that does not snap, crackle or
pop but just lies there in one soggy mess?

5. What is a hydraulic? Hint: It might be a shovel with a handle on both ends.

6. Will the earth come to a dramatic end on April 21, 1953?

7. Was General Grant killed by a flask of lightning?

8. Have you tried Peter Pan's Peanut Butter?

9. Have you ever taken or even seen such a ridiculous exam?
10. What the dickens is a whidah bird?

The following sentences or phrases should be completed with the most correct
answer from the choices listed below. If you do not agree with the given choices, you
are to be commended,

HISTORY

1. George Washington chopped down the cherry tree because. . . .

(a) he thought it was the best way to qet it down.

(b) he thought it would be a good way to get into politics.

(c) it blocked his view of his 22 year old blond neighbor's sun porch.

(d) he thought it was a bush.

2. Abraham Lincoln wore a beard because. . . .

(a) by his not being a baseball player, he and the Gillette people did not see
eye to eye.

(b) he had a hole in his chin.

(c) on particular social outings he needed some means to get a hold of him-
self.

(d) it was the only way that his mother could tell who he was.

3. The following occurred at the Boston Tea Party. . . .

(a) everyone went and had a good time.

(b) an organized yachting regatta resulted.

(c) Jonathan Ferd found a silver bullet in his tea.

(d) Frederick Fotchmore found the Lone Ranger in his tea.

4. Magellan was the first man to. . . .

(a) fly to the moon on an Army Redstone six stage self-laminated rocket.

(b) swim the Pacific.

(c) make a classic of Chuck Berry's rock 'n roll hit, "Motor Cooled Down".

(d) beat Wyatt Earp to the draw.

5. Alton Bogle cleaned out the West by. . . .

(a) using Lestoil.

(b) leaving.

(c) finding gold in the East.

(d) stealing everything he could get his hands on.

6. Due to the depression of 1929. . . .

(a) Babe Ruth hit only 52 home runs.

(b) "Maverick" was forced to quit playing poker.

(c) everyone was depressed.

(d) M.&O. hod to sell its jeep.

The following is a comprehensive tabulation of the results of the previous college
entrance examination, prepared and given by the Board of little or no Education. From
the results one can clearly see that any likeness or relationship to any college student
is purely the truth. Caution: Before reading results; take a tranquilizer, open a win-
dow, take seat and get a firm grip on yourself.

23% couldn't find the right room

18% went to sleep during the quiz

36% didn't bring a pencil

14% have been sent bock to high school

2% got their finger caught in the pencil sharpener

6% gave up

2% cut the examination
101%*

* Some idiot took the examination twice — he liked it!

Again this year the smoll group orientation plan proved to be successful.

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More orientation. . .

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How ridiculous con you get?
Still more orientation. . . .

There must be an easier woy. . . .

Whoddya meon, my master IBM is gone!

One more line and I'll destroy myself.

We don't hove mony, but what we hove surely mokes a difference in the tanguoge we use. .

Wonder if I should get intellectuol this year or wait until next yeor.

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not Saturday night. . . .

Looks like they changed
editions ogain. . . .

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Someone should build a rood through here. A guy con get worn out just walking to class.

If i con just make it these last few
yards, that cup of coffee is sure going
to taste good. . . .

Hmm, might moke o nice
parking lot or something.

Many, many hours hove
been spent in here. . . .

Yell, scream, jump up and down
and throw things. . . .

Let's see now . . . wonder where 1 can find
something on the "Birds and the Bees". . . .

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Wonder if I could get this
thing in my room. . . .

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Something old. . . .

Something new. . .

I wonder.

If it's not one smoke-
stock, it's another. , .

All right, fellows, there'll be no hitting
below the belt while I'm the referee. . .

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Run for your lives, the
Martians have landed. . , .

Maybe some of us will get
to see this. . . .

Hey fellas, ! con see
good from up here. .

When I get my first million.

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The Alumni Building: recently renovoted and
truly an asset to our campus. . . .

Brogaw Dorm against the sunset.

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Golden Chain tapping ceremony-
leadership unlimited. . . ,

Wow! You con see all the way
to Meredith through this thing. . .

70th anniversary of State
College's founding. . . .

North porch of College Union taken at a northeast angle.
Darkened view due to southern exposure. . . .

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Another smokestack. . . .

Good hill for roller skating. . .

The building that never darkens — the home of tomorrows architects. . .

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The home of lome of the best basketball In the country-Reynold's Coliseum. . .

Zap! Wonder what Ryland Bumgardner would say about this. . .

Never could quite
figure out that wall. .

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The house of
knowledge. . .

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Awards Day — spring, 1959.

Queen crowns queen-what a sight.

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Very little military obout this ball. . .

Hillsboro Street in action. . .

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This looks like the place.

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They must be giving something owoy;
otherwise not so many people would have come.

Wonder how many guys ore cutting graduation. . . .

Who cares about the
quantum theory anyway?

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Thank goodness that lob's over. . .

An inside view of o student's mind the four years
before the occasion on the right tai(es place-then,
suddenly, the dawning. . . .

The last mile . . . the big day hos finally arrived . . . four, or maybe it wos
five, long years . . . but it wos worth it . . . you'll never forget the good
and the bod times. . . .

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ADMINISTRATION

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THE GOVERNOR OF NORTH CAROLINA

Luther Hodges

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William C. Friday

President of the

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University

John T. Caldwell

Chancellor of

North Carolina

State College

K. D. RABB

Director of Admissions and Registrotion

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J. G. VANN LYLE B. ROGERS

Business Manager Director of Counseling

JOHN W. SHIRLEY
Dean of the Faculty

N. B. WATTS

Director of Student Housing

JAMES J. STEWART L. L. RAY

Dean of Student Affairs Foundations and Public Relations

BANKS C. TALLEY HENRY BOWERS

Director of Student Activities Assistant Director of Student Activities

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School of

The science of agriculture is finding in-
creasing application on the farms, in manu-
facturing plants, in processing plants, and in
the entire network of sales and distribution
of agricultural products in North Carolina.
No longer does agricultural science apply
only to farms. Men trained in the biological
sciences and agricultural sciences are finding
employment in a wide variety of professional,
industrial, and farming activities. The grad-
uates of the School of Agriculture are molding
many of the changes which are toking place
so ropidly and which are building a greater
North Carolina. Likewise, they are finding
their place in other parts of the nation as
leoders in their respective fields. The mule
and plow can no longer characterize agricul-
ture. The agricultural leaders of today are
those with mastery of chemistry, the biological
sciences, agricultural business management,
agricultural engineering, public policy and
the techniques of efficient plant and animal
production, processing and marketing. The
young men and women of North Carolina
have the talent and the School of Agriculture
provides the training. Throughout the state
and nation there is a demand and a willing-
ness to pay for those with both the talent and
the training.

Agriculture

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Bob Pilch, President

Agriculture
Club

Ag Club membership consists of students in the School of
Agriculture and the Department of Agricultural Education.

The Ag Club was organized in 1917 to provide recreational,
educational, and entertainment progroms for its members,
and to promote school spirit. The club strives to accomplish
these objectives through a voriety of activities. At the week-
ly meetings members enjoy informal talks, illustrated lectures,
educational movies, and entertainment programs. It also
sponsors the Students Ag Fair, the Barnwarming, Ag Day,
and has its own outstanding publication, "The N. C. State
Agriculturist."

OFFICERS

President

Vice President

Secretary

Choirman, Woys and Means Committee

Treasurer

Reporter

Foculty Advisors

Bob Pilch

Lathan Smith

Bill Summey

Otho Wells

Jerry White

Roy Holder

Dr. H. C. Folks

Dr. W. W. Mossier

Dr. C. C. Robinson

Miss Ruth Porter, Sponsor

American Society
of Agronomy

The aims of the Agronomy Ciub are to stimulate interest
in the field of Agronomy, to aid in carrying on student
activities, end to improve relationships between faculty and
students.

Each year the club sponsors educational exhibits at the
North Carolina State Fair, and on Awards Banquet is held
during the spring semester at which time the club presents
an award to the outstanding instructor in the School of Agri-
culture.

Mrs. John Hooks, Sponsor

OFFICERS

Jonathan W. Haoks
Larry C. Roberson
Thomas H. Pearman
Ralph J. Crabtree
Edgar L. Boyd
Billy R. Apple
Mr. E. O. Skogley
Dr. D. S. Chamblee

President

Vice President

Secretary

Treasurer

Corresponding Secretary

Reporter

Senior Adviser

Junior Adviser

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Agriculturist

The Agriculturist is the official publication of the School
of Agriculture and the "Ag" Club. Published four times a
year, its content includes a thorough coverage of Ag School
activities for the benefit of the students here at college, his
parents at home, potential students of agriculture, and any
other persons who might be interested in what goes on in the
life of a college agricultural student.

The Agriculturist, by printing articles on soils, livestock,
ond other items that are invaluable to agriculturists, pro-
motes closer cooperation between students, faculty, and
olumni. This magazine serves as an important mode of pub-
licity both within the state and on a national scale.

Erwin Lineberger, Editor

Dale Hedrick, Business Manager

Horticulture Club

OFFICERS

Otho Wells

President

Jimmie Crowe

Vice-President

James Garrett

Secretory

David Choate

Treasurer

Amei Christoph

er

Reporter

Mr. C. L. McCombs

Faculty Adviser

The object of the Horticulture Club
is to stimulate interest in the field of
Horticulture; to foster and promote
recreational and educational activities;
and to encourage student participation
in extracurricular activities.

Agricultural Economics Club

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OFFICERS

Robert Proctor

President

Whitson Benton

Vice-President

Bobby Bodgett

Secretary

Horace Hord

Treasurer

This club is composed of all gradu-
ates and undergraduates in Agricul-
tural Economics. It has as its purpose:
(1) to stimulate interest in agricultural
economics, (2) to provide a means of
contact between students ond Farm
Economics Association members so
they can become familiar with the
current developments in the field of
agricultural economics.

Animal Industry Club

OFFICERS

Phil Plyler

President

Joe Williams

Vice-President

Wilbur Howard

Secretory

Bill Summey

Treosurer

Dr. Wilton Wise

Senior Adviser

Dr. L. C. Ulberg

Junior Adviser

The aim of the Animal Industry
Club is to improve the relationship be-
tween students and faculty, to stimu-
late interest in the field of Animal
Industry, and to have the Animal In-
dustry Club members become better
acquainted with the livestock breeders
of this state.

Agricultural Education Club

OFFICERS

Roger Mozingo

President

Nurhom Worwick

Vice-President

Bill Fouts

Secretary

Robert Knox

Treasurer

Chester Honeycutt

Reporter

FACULTY ADVISORS

H. G. Beard Joe Clary

American Society of

Agricultural Engineers

The ASAE Club consists of students in Agricultural Engineering and Mechonized Agriculture who ore seek-
ing insight into the professional side of their chosen field. Programs have brought out the various opportunities
that ore open to Agricultural Engineers. Members have an opportunity to obtain leadership training and meet
other students and faculty members. The club this year consisted of fifty members.

Mechanized Agriculture Club

OFFICERS

Larry Patterson

President

Neil Carey

Vice-President

Richard Fluck

Secretary

George Hawkins

Treasurer

Charles Letchworth

Reporter

Mr. Thomas Garner

Faculty Adviser

Leopold Wildlife Club

OFFICERS

Lee Trent

President

John Burns

Vice-President

John Collins

Secretary

Richard Huber

Treosurer

Dr. Santo Lucito

Faculty Adviser

Graduate Entomology Club

OFFICERS

Sam Turnipseed
S. H. Mahmood
Hal Clarke

President

Vice-President

Secretary-Treasurer

The purpose of the Entomology
Club is the promotion of a fellowship,
both social and academic, among the
students in Entomology at North Caro-
lina State College.

Poultry Science Club

OFFICERS

Willie Payne
Joy Wilfong
Hyberf Williamson
Ken Lewis
Mr. T. T. Brown

President

Vice-President

Publicity Chairman

Secretory-Treosurer

Faculty Adviser

J a u Alpha Sigma

OFFICERS

Randal P. Cheek

Commissioner

James F. Parnell

Magistrate

Robert F. Soots

Recorder

William E. Neol

Marshall

Jomes T. Brown

Constable

TAU ALPHA SIGMA originated at
N. C. State College in 1957 to recog-
nize outstanding interest and achieve-
ment in the field of Wildlife Conser-
vation and Management. Students are
selected on the basis of their scholar-
ship as well as their participation in
Departmental activities.

DEAN H. L. KAMPHOEFNER

School of D esi g

n

It is the policy of The Student Publication of the
School of Design to present material containing
original contributions to the knowledge of the prob-
lems of Design. To present informative discussions
of Philosophical and Historical problems related to
Architecture and Design, to publish a magazine of
permanent value by stressing the basic rather than
the current.

The School of Design is devoted and dedicated to
the development of a native architecture and its
accompanying art forms for the southern region.

While the natural and organic aspects of design
are stressed, the universal and international aspects
of design are also respected and related to the human

patterns of life. We seek to integrate the architect
as a social human being and the architect as a
scientist-engineer, and we encourage and nurture the
architect-engineer as the coordinator of structural
dynamics in the over-all pattern of life.

While our first aim is to serve North Carolina and
the southern regions, we believe that our students
will be equipped, through the teaching of the school,
to work in any region.

Because character, a profound devotion, and an
absolute professional commitment are prime ingredi-
ents of any creative activity where the social responsi-
bilities are as vital as in architecture and design, we
foster and cultivate the integrity of the individual.

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J. BRYANT KIRKLAND

School of
Education

The current need for competent, well-quolified
teachers is greater now than at any other period
in the history of our public school system. This is
especially true in the fields of mathematics, science,
industrial education, industrial arts, and vocational
agriculture.

The School of Education provides the professional
pre-employment training required for certificating
teachers of vocational agriculture, industrial arts,
industrial education, mathematics and science. The
curriculum in each of these departments includes
courses designed to aid prospective teachers in ac-
quiring an understanding of high school pupils, and
in selecting and using acceptable teaching methods.
The School of Educotion also provides under-graduate
training for recreation leaders in industrial and rural
areas.

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Alpha Zeta

IIL CARLTON Choneellor

OFFICERS

Phil Carlton

Chancellor

Leon Allen

Censor

Ronold Sheoron

Scribe

Otho Wells

Treasurer

Bill Corrigan

Chronicler

Alpha Zeta was founded at
Columbus, Ohio, on November 4,
1897. The North Carolina Chapter
was the eighth of forty five chapters
and was chartered in 1904. Its aims
are perhaps best expressed in the
words of the founders: "Alpha Zeta
was established neither as an honor
nor OS a social fraternity, but as a
professional fraternity whose mem-
bership shall be combined of the
qualities of high scholarship, fine
fellowship, and sound character."
These are the vital qualities of
leadership in the fields of agricul-
ture, education and forestry for
which the fraternity was established
to encourage and develop.

Allen

Apple

Baker

Baxter

Blizzard

Bone

Bost

Bramlett

Breeman
Byrd

Carlton

Carrigon

Cooke

Culter

Eck

Fluck

Gurganus

Howell

Johnson

Kittrell

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Mozingo

Neville
Pilch

Russell

Scheld

Sheoron

Word

Wells

Williamson

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Kappa Phi Kappa

Kappa Phi Kappa is a National Honorary and Professional Education Fraternity which has its purpose the
promotion of education as an instrument of social betterment.

The members of Kappa Phi Kappa are selected on the basis of their recognized ability for outstanding scho-
lastic and social achievement and professional ideals.

OFFICERS

Ben Kittrell
Davie Smith
Roger Mozingo
John Jenkins
Jim Gregson
Professor T. I. Mines

President

Vice-President

Secretary

Expansion Secretary

Treasurer

Faculty Advisor

BEN KITTRELL, President

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Industrial Arts

OFFICERS

Allen Edwords

President

Ray Briggs

Vice-President

Charles Cotes

Secretary

Don Bassetf

Treasurer

Dr. Talmage B, Young

Faculty Adviser

ALLEN EDWARDS, President

The Industrial Arts Club brings together the members of the department in order that they moy become better
acquainted. Outstanding men in related fields present to the club at its meetings the latest ideas and news of the
professional world. The club strives to make its profession better known and to influence young men to train for
a future in Industrial Arts.

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OFFICERS

Phoores Nye

President

Kelly Crump

Vice-President

Norman Fisher

Secretary

A. D. Scott

Treasurer

Mr. Robert Trux

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Co-Trustee

Dr. Ivan Hostel!

ler

Trustee

Epsilon Pi Tau is the international
honor society in Industrial Arts and
Industrial — Vocational Education. The
purposes are (1) to recognize the place
of skill, (2) to promote social and pro-
fessional proficiency, and (3) to foster
and reward research and publish its
results.

Epsilon Pi Tau

Mathematics And Science Education Club

OFFICERS

Murray Rudisill
Carl Henley
Fronkie Gurgonus
Dewey Tedder
Dr. Herbert E. Speece

President

Vice-President

Secretary

Treasurer

Faculty Adviser

School

The engineer, vigorous and probing in his approach
to technological problems, represents a profession
growing in size and importance. To meet the expand-
ing demand for its graduates, the School of Engineer-
ing, too, has grown until now it has the largest
enrollment in the College. Representing major fields
of engineering and growing areas of specialization,
fifteen curricula are offered by eight degree-granting
departments. Graduate as well as under-graduate
programs extend to the student the opportunity to
exploit to the fullest his capacities for learning.

Dr. John Harold Lompe, Dean of Engineering,
directs a staff which includes some of the education
and scientific leaders of the nation. Nine buildings
filled with modern facilities are utilized for teaching
and research by these faculty members. In its exten-
sive activities in service and research, the School
seeks both to explore basic engineering principles and
to investigate problems encountered by the industries
of North Carolina.

Thus, the School is dedicated to the dual mission of
serving the individual student and the citizens of the
State. It also sets for itself the task of keeping abreast
of current developments in technology and in the
engineering profession. The resulting program of edu-
cation is recognized as one of the foremost in the
South and in the nation.

of Engineering

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WILLIAM R. FOSS
President

HARVEY G. LANIER
Vice-President

The Engineers' Council is composed of elected repre-
sentatives of the various engineering schools on the cam-
pus. The primary function of the Council is to co-ordinate
the activities of the various societies represented.

Each year the Council sponsors the Engineer's Exposi-
tion. It is also responsible for directing the publication of
the "Southern Engineer."

The Engineers' Council sponsors two dances during the
school year. In the fall, the "Engineers' Ball" is held. And,
during the spring semester, the "St. Pot's Dance" takes
place.

In connection with the "St. Pot's Dance", the Council
recognizes outstanding engineering students by knighting
them into the Order of St. Patrick. The outstanding senior
engineering student is recognized and given a gift by the
Council at this time.

Scholarship is encouraged at the freshman level by
electing the two out-standing freshmen from each depart-
ment OS Companions of St. Patrick.

Engineers' Fair

R. DOUGLAS McBRAYER
Secretary

FRANK S. MADREN
Treasurer

More Scenes of the Fair

ROW 1 Benjamin, Bingham, Block, Bowman, Bruch, Bullock, Bundy, Caldwell, Chapman

ROW 2 Clark, Collins, Culbreth, Currie, Davis, Duke, Fisher, Folsom, Foss

ROW 3 Fox, George, Gidney, Grimmer, Harvey, Hedgecock, Hooker, Klutz, Lockey, Lanier

ROW 4 Loftin, Long, Loppocker, McBroyer, Madren, Matthews, Menscer, Monteith, Poplin

ROW 5 Pruitt, Richardson, Sonderson, Taylor, Tuttle, Tyson, Wait, Whitesides

T beta Ta u

Theto Tou, founded at the University in Minnesota on
October 15, 1904, established Rho Chapter at State College
in 1927. It is a professional engineering fraternity whose
object is to develop and maintain a high degree of profes-
sional interest among its members and to unite them in a
strong bond of fraternal brotherhood.

In keeping with its aims, Theta Tau regularly participates
in the Engineers' Fair as well as sponsoring projects of its
own in the interest of professional engineering and State
College.

R. DOUGLAS McBRAYER, Regent

OFFICERS

R. Douglos McBrayer

Regent

James L. Brown

Vice-Regent

Ben E. Lemons

Scribe

1. Blair McLeod

Treasurer

ROW 1 Abee, Averette, Brown, Combs, Culp, Daughtridge

ROW 2 Duncan, Ellis, Fansler, Hackney, Johnson, Lemons

ROW 3 Leonard, McBrayer, McLeod, Martin, Olson, Rankin

ROW 4 Rettinger, Reynolds, Robertson, Sigmon, Waters

LARRY BULLOCK, President

OFFICERS

Lorry J. Bullock
Robert C. Clark
Cecil F. Horrington
Winston T. Hooker
Dr. P. H. McDonald

Chairman

Vice-Chairman

Secretory-Treasurer

Fair Chairman

Faculty Chairmen

American Society

of
hAechanical Engineers

The N. C. State Student Section of ASME is dedicated to
promoting academic and professional interest in mechanical
engineering. Nationally noted speakers, inspection trips, joint
meetings with parent groups, contests and socials are the
stimulative means. ASME also affords opportunity for de-
velopment of individual leadership, administration, and pub-
lic speaking.

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Pi Tan Sigma

Membership in Pi Tau Sigma is the highest honor that can
be obtained by a mechanical engineering student in his
field. He must maintain a very high scholastic average in
order to be eligible for membership; but this is bv no means
the only requirement, for selection is also based on social
adaptability, honesty, personal cleanliness, neatness, and
soundness of principles and morals. If a man is deemed
worthy, he is invited to join Pi Tau Sigma, an honor which
all men would be proud to claim as theirs.

OFFICERS

Robert L. Cowordin
James U. Crowder
Furmon Y. Sorrell
William N. Sharpe
Richard S. Buynitzky
David W. Stallings
Prof. J. S. Doolittle

President

Vice-President

Recording Secretary

Corresponding Secretary

Treasurer

Historian

Advisor

R. L. COWARDIN, President

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American Institute of

Electrical Engineering

Institute of Radio

Engineers

The joint student branch of the American Institute of
Electrical Engineers and the Institute of Radio Engineers is
the electrical engineering student professional organization at
State College. It is affiliated with two of the major electrical
engineering notional societies. The student branch has the
dual function of carrying on student activities and bringing
professional programs to the electrical engineering students.

OFFICERS

Dorrell V. Menscsr Chairmon

John A. Bowman Vice-Choirmon

Lorry K. Montei'h Treasurer

Horvey G. Lonier Locol Secretary

Charles A. Richardson IRE Secretary

Fronk S. Madren AIEE Secretory

Honnis W. Thompson, IRE; Edwin W. Winkler, AIEE Counselors

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Eta Kappa Nu

OFFICERS

Larry Monteith
Jerry Horris
Glenwood Mitchell
John Hauser
Speed WiMiams
Robert- Beadles

President

Vice-President

Recording Secretary

Corresponding Secretary

Treasurer

Bridge Correspondent

Mr. H. W. Thompson, Jr. Faculty Adviser

LARRY MONTEITH, President

The purpose of HKN is to recognize and encourage out-
standing achievements in the Electrical Engineering profes-
sion, particularly among students. High scholarship, leader-
ship ability, and integrity of character are requirements for
membership. The organization undertakes projects for the
general aid of Electrical Engineering students.

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The object of the American Society of Civil Engineers is to afford civil engineering students an opportunity
for fellowship with fellow students, faculty members, and practicing engineers, and to provide a means whereby
professional knowledge may be increased. The Student Chapter relates the professionol development of the stu-
dent to the achievements of the National Society.

Meetings are held every second and fourth Tuesday night at 7:00 P.M. in the C. E. Building Auditorium.
Addresses by professional engineers, films on engineering projects, technical papers prepared and reod by stu-
dents, social offairs, and business meetings constitute the programs of the chapter. The chapter also publishes its
own newspaper, ON THE LEVEL. Membership is open to all civil engineering students.

D. Bruch
C. Craig

J. Hutchins
R. Hedgecock

E. Owens

E. Loppocker
J. Poplin
Mr. C. Mann

OFFICERS

Editor

Secretary

Editor

Treasurer

Publicity Director

President

Vice-President

Faculty Adviser

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JACK POPLIN, President

OFFICERS

Jack Poplin
John H. Johnson
Andrew J. M. Hutchins
Horold O. Seogroves
Dr. M. E. Yuonik
Duone Bruch

President

Vice-President

Secretary

Treasurer

Faculty Adviser

Associate Editor

Chi Epsilon is a national professional Civil Engineering
honorary fraternity, based on the broad objective of increas-
ing the efficiency of the profession as an instrument of social
betterment.

Chi Epsilon was organized to recognize those characteris-
tics of the individual engineer deemed fundamental to the
successful pursuit of an engineering career and to aid the
development of these characteristics in the undergraduate
engineer.

Chi Epsilon has, from a small beginning, grown to a place
of prominence in the professional and honorary fraternity
world. It has chapters in the majority of the best engineering
schools in the country, striving to maintain a constant policy
of establishing chapters at a school on the basis of the quality
of its instruction and not necessarily its size.

The chapter of State has maintained an active member-
ship of approximately twenty men, and has participated
actively in both departmental and school projects.

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American Institute

of
Industrial Engineers

The primary purpose of the student chapter of the Ameri-
can Institute of Industrial Engineers is to provide opportun-
ities for the professional development of students in Industrial
Engineering. Coordination of departmental activities, de-
velopment of leadership, and promotion of the interchange
of ideas among students are other high objectives. Member-
ship is open to all Industrial Engineering students and may
be obtained at any official meeting.

OFFICERS

Harry Grimmer

President

George Benjamin

Vice-President

Dick Currie

Secretary

Bob Chapman

Treasurer

Howard Pruin E. C.

Representative

Tau Beta Pi

Tau Beta Pi, the national honorary engineering fraternity, was founded
at Lehigh University in 1885. The Alpha of North Carolina was installed
here in 1925. It is the purpose of the fraternity to mark in a fitting manner
those engineers who hove conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by dis-
tinguished scholorship, liberal culture, and exemplary character. To be
elected into Tau Beta Pi is one of the highest honors that a student engineer
can receive.

Members

D. W. Abee
R. D. Adorns
C. L. Aderholt
M. R. Alford
H. Atwoter

F. E. Baker

G. R. Barber

C. R. Bingham
R. B. Blake

D. H. Boone
J. A. Bowmon
J. V. Brawley
C. J. Bridgman
C. D. Burgoson
R. S. Buynitsky
F. C. Carter

J. W. Coats
R. V. Coggins
R. L. Cowardin
R. H. Crockett
J. Y. Crowder
A. B. Crumpler
S. F. Culberson
W. K. Culbreth
J. S. Doughtry
M. R. Davis
J. F. Deol
J. W. Dulin

H. L. Fisher
R. C. Fluck
A. J. Fuller
J. D. Fulton
H. M. Gibbs
C. Gotuoco
J. D. Greene
R. A. Gregg
H. C. Grimmer
P. E. Homrick
J. S. Harris
J. R. Houser
R. H. Holladay
J. S. Hill

A. J. M. Hufchins
C. D. Jomerson

J. H. Johnson
John Johnson
T. L. Jones
R. N. Key

B. G. Kiger
H. M. Kiger

L. R. Kirchdorfer

C. G. Kirkmon

T. W. Kriminger
W. J. Lackey
C. M. Lombright
L. E. Lovitt

R. O. Livengood
R. J. Loftin
P. F. Long
E. P. Loppocker

E. L. Lowery

R. D. McBroyer

F. S. Modren

G. A. Mossel
W. M. Mossey
S. C. Motthews
V. J. May

J. A. Merricks
W. B. Michael
J. A. Miller
G. J. Mitchell
L. K. Monteith
J. 0. MuHon

C. L. Neol

E. S. Oberhofer
R. G. Peorce

D. Y. Perry
G. J. Poole

C. H. Rutherford
C. L. Sanderson
J. A. Sowyer
W. N. Shorpe

E. A. Sheorin
R. C. Sheorts

W. F. Shepherd
J. A. Shurtleff
H. W. Sigmon
N. A. Sigmon
R. E. Singleton
L. B. Smith
T. B. Smith

F. Y. Sorrel!
N. B. Stoll

D. W. Stollings

G. M. Tolbot
L. J. Taylor
A. G. Tillery

E. R. Thompson
J. B. Turner

E. M. Underwood
D. K. Woit
J. E. Watson
W. R. Watson
R. L. Webster
J. T. Welch
G. E. Whitesides
W. H. Wilkie
S. C. Winchester
C. B. Woodholl
J. J. Wortman
P. E. Yoder
J. W. York

OFFICERS

John Miller
Jim Wotson
Ed Underwood
Mark Mossey
Dr. F. P. Pike
Dr. E. W. Winkler

President

Vice-President

Corresponding Secretary

Recording Secretary

Treasurer

Chairman of Advisory Board

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Counselor, F. Philips Pike; President, J. R. Horvey; Vice President, W. M. Massey, Jr.; Secretary, J. A. Shurtleff; Corresponding Secretory,
S. Franklin Culberson; Treasurer, W. F. Drinkord, Jr.

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The American Institute

of
Chemical Engineers

The N. C. State Student Chapter of the AICHE is dedicated
to promoting academic and professional interest in chemical
engineering. Nationally noted speakers, plant trips, and
social meetings with parent groups are the stimulative means.
The AICHE also affords opportunity for development of
individual leadership, administration, and public speaking.

MRS. AGNES M. PIKE, Sponsor

J. R. HARVEY, President

Foculty

OFFICERS

R. Douglas McBroyer President

Thomas W. Krimminger Vice-President

George L. Winchester Secretary

Larry D. Barnes Treasurer
T. C. Coleman Corresponding Secretary

Dr. W. C. Hackler Adviser

The North Carolina State College Student Branch of the American Ceramic Society was organized to famil-
iarize students with the various aspects of the ceramic industry through talks, discussions, and motion pictures,
and to promote a stronger bond of fellowship between students and faculty in the department.

American Ceramic Society

Ke r a m \$

OFFICERS

R. Douglas McBrayer

President

Thomos W. Krimminger

V

ce-President

W. Jack Lackey

Secretary

Larry D. Barnes

Treosurer

Eil K. Culbreth

Herald

Dr. W. W. Kriegel

Adviser

The principal object of Keromos
is to promote and emphasize mental
achievement and to promote interest
in ceramic art, technology, and engi-
neering.

Membership is offered in the De-
partment of Ceramics or Ceramic Engi-
neering to those who have a good
scholastic record, a good character
record and who give promise of mak-
ing good in industry.

Sigma Pi Sigma

Sigma Pi Sigma is the only national physics honor society.
Its chapters are restricted to colleges and universities of recog-
nized standing which offer a strong physics major. The chap-
ters receive into membership physics students and a few
others in closely related fields when such students attain high
standards of scholarship, promise of professional merit, and
academic distinction.

The objects of the society are to serve as a means of award-
ing distinction to students having high scholarship and
promise of achievements in physics, to promote student in-
terested in research and advanced study of the subject, to
encourage a professional spirit and friendship among those
who have displayed marked abilities in physics, and to popu-
larize interest in physics in the general collegiate public.

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P. W. DICKSON, President

OFFICERS

p. W. Dickson

N. B. Stall

J. D. Greene

H. L. Fisher

R. R. Liguori

Dr. F. W. Lancaster

President

Vice-President

Corresponding Secretary

Recording Secretary

Treasurer

Advisor

Institute of
Aeronautical Sciences

The basic mission of the Institute of Aeronoutical Sciences
is to facilitate by all available means the interchange of
technical ideas among aeronautical engineers throughout the
world. Student membership has been established to provide
the student engineer of science with broad opportunities to
engage in activities associated with future aviation careers.
The local branch encourages professional consciousness and
fellowship through programs of guest lectures, film showings,
and social functions, along with participation in annual con-
ferences.

BOBBY BUNDY, Chairman

OFFICERS

Bobby Bundy
Robert George
Yates Sorrell
Joe Byrd
Ron Henson
Phil Hughes

Chairman

Vice-Chairman

Program Director

Recording Secretary

Corresponding Secretary

Treasurei

American Society of Heating, Refrigeration
And Air Conditioning Engineers

OFFICERS

Clarence T. Tillery, Jr.

President

Robert B. Thomason

Vice-President

Williom R. Petty

Secretary

James R. McLester

Treosurer

James D. Murphy

Engineers' Council

Representative

Lanny R. Moore

Reporter

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The ASHRAE is an organization to
improve the student's training in the
field of heating, refrigeration, ventila-
tion, and air conditioning. Professional
interest, current problems, co-ordina-
tion of department activities, and de-
velopment of character and leadership
are other high objectives.

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Student Furniture Club

OFFICERS

Billy G. Beoson

President

Walter L. Bean, Jr.

Vice-President

Marshall N. Swann

Secretary

Robert L. Whitner

Treasurer

Harry G. Grier

Vice-President

Al

umni Relations

Vasser C. Matthews

Engineering Council

Representative

The Club is organized by the Stu-
dents of the Furniture Curriculum, and
advised by Professor E. Sigurd John-
son and by Professor Rudolph Willard.
Speakers from the Furniture Industry
keep us informed by giving us first
hand information of the latest develop-
ments in the industry.

American Institute of Physics

The student section of the American Institute of Physics
is an organization whose purpose is the advancement and
diffusion of knowledge of the science of physics and its ap-
plication to human welfare. The section was formed in 1950
and has been steadily growing in membership and actirities.
Today it is one of the most active of the technical societies
on campus.

JIM FOLSOM, President

OFFICERS

Jim Folsom
Joy Stuart
Robert Loftin
Williom Wilitie
Ronald Taylor
Dr. Raoul Freyre

President

Vice-President

Secretary

Treasurer

Corresponding Secretary

Faculty Adviser

American Society for Metals

OFFICERS

Royvine Hanford

Choirmon

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Ronald K. Bridgers

Vice Choirmon

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Roberr A. Draughn

Secretary

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Gory Sheffield

Treasurer

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The North Carolina State College
Chapter of the American Society for
Metals functions as an organization
dedicated to the promotion of fellow-
ship among metallurgical students and
help them develop and broaden their
interests in the field of metallurgy.

Rockho u n ds

OFFICERS

Clyde Simmons

Ted Konkis

Mike Hoos

Henry Norman

Mr. E. L. Miller, Jr.

President

Vice-President

Secretary

Treasurer

Faculty Adviser

The Rockhounds are an affiliated
chapter of The American Institute of
Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum
Engineers. The purpose of this society
is to promote among its members an
increasing knowledge of Geological
Engineering and to instil! a profes-
sional pride in the life work they have
chosen.

School

of
Forestry

DEAN R. J. PRESTON

To keep pace with the rapid development of forestry and the wood-using industries in the South, the School
of Forestry has expanded its program and facilities. Under-graduate programs train students for careers in Forest
Management, Wood Technology, Pulp and Paper Technology and Wood Products Merchandising. Graduate pro-
grams lead to the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. The classrooms and laboratories in
Kilgore Hall, the three permanent camps, and 80,000 acres of School Forests, the Wood Products Laboratory,
and the new Pulp and Paper Laboratory provided exceptional facilities for education and research.

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forestry Club

BILL CARRIGAN, President

OFFICERS

Bill Carrigan

President

Dick Brake

Vice-President

Joe Boker

Secretary

Joseph Vinson

Treasurer

The State College Forestry Club holds weekly meetings
during the school year for the purpose of promoting better
relationships between students and members of the faculty.
Educational and recreational programs are presented at these
meetings.

An annual "Rolleo," held at Hill Forest, is sponsored by
the club. At the "Rolleo," teams from each class compete in
volleyball, log bucking, horseshoe pitching, tobacco spitting,
and various other types of competition. The outstanding
social event of the year is the "Logger's Brawl."

Publication of the Pinetum, the Forestry School annual,
is sponsored by the club and distributed to forestry students
and alumni. The club also publishes SLABS AND EDGINGS,
bi-monthly paper containing articles and news of particular
interest to forestry students.

The P i n etu m

Editor: SCOTT WALLINGER

Business Manager: DONALD BLIZZARD

Faculty Adviser: DR. RALPH C. BRYANT

The Pinetum is the annual publica-
tion of the School of Forestry and is
sponsored by the Forestry Club. It
is distributed to all students in the
School of Forestry, active alumni, ad-
vertisers, and all accredited forestry
schools in the country.

The Pinetum is o record of special
events and student activities that take
place in the School of Forestry. In addi-
tion, it contains reports and articles of
information concerning school forests
and research projects in forestry, as
well as articles from around the world
by practicing alumni.

Forest Products Research Society

OFFICERS

Jerry H. Fox

President

Vassor C. Matthews, Jr.

Vice-President

Richard W. Sherwood

Secretary

Robert W. Younts

Treosurer

Professor Roy M. Corter

Adviser

The Forest Products Research So-
ciety, an outgrowth of the notional
society, is the only active student
chapter in the United States. The
members are students whose primary
interests ore in wood utilization and
its related industries. Membership is
made up of students in the Furniture
Manufacturing and Management Cur-
riculum of the School of Engineering,
and students in the Wood Technology
Curriculum of the School of Forestry.

Fourdrinier Society

OFFICERS

John Thompson

President

Edmund Puckhober

Vice-President

Kindred Magefte

Secretary

Ted Robinson

Treasurer

The Fourdrinier Society was found-
ed in 1957 fo afford pulp and paper
technology students an opportunity
for fellowship with fellow students,
faculty members and practicing tech-
nologists, and to provide a means
whereby professional knowledge may
be increased. Programs for the month-
ly meetings include guest speakers
from industry, films on various phases
of the pulp and paper industry, and
social affairs.

X I Sigma Pi

OFFICERS

John Thompson
James McMinn
David Bramlett
Ronald Bost

Forester

Associote Forester

Secretory-Fiscal Agent

Forest Ranger

Xi Sigma Phi is a national honor
fraternity whose purpose is the recog-
nition and promotion of leadership,
scholarship, and interest in the pro-
fession of forestry. Each yeor, the
organization honors the outstanding
freshman and senior in the School
of Forestry. The fraternity undertakes
projects for the general aid of forestry
students.

DEAN MALCOLM E. CAMPBELL

School

of
Textiles

Life is no longer simple in the weaver's trade.
Man-made fibers with man-made properties,
chemistry, electronics, and even nuclear radia-
tion have converted the ancient art of textile
manufacturing to a complex science.

Through its educational and research pro-
gram, the School of Textiles is providing leader-
ship for this new era in North Carolina's largest
industry. It is first in research, first in education.
This is "the mill" . . . home of whirring spin-
dles and zooming looms . . . the orlon artery for
human beings . . . the blue windows of slubbers
and snubbers . . . the Shuttle Inn ... of the Red
Thunderbird . . . the beginning of careers in a
fast moving industry.

Under current plans to broaden both pro-
grams, and with the backing of textile leaders,
the School can help insure the future of one of
North Carolina's fascinating, colorful and dy-
namic industries.

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Tompkins Textile
Council

OFFICERS

Dan Cash
Stan Mullis
Everett Drake
Charles Daniels
G. H, Dunlap

President

Vice-President

Secretary

Treasurer

Faculty Adviser

DAN CASH, President

The Tompkins Textile Council is the student's governing body of the School of Textiles. It is composed of
representatives from the various textile organizations and representatives from each class.

The Council acts as the bridge between the students and the faculty. Also, the Tompkins Textile Council
sponsors many student functions each year, highlighted by the Textile School Open House and the Annual Tex-
tile Picnic. To be a member of the Tompkins Textile Council is one of the highest honors in the School of Textiles.

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OFFICERS

Henry K. Brannon
Frank Nixon
Jim Moser
Rick Kimery
Roy Morgan
William Shinn

President

Vice-President

Secretory

Treasurer

Sergeant at Arms

Faculty Adviser

MEMBERS

Henry K. Brannon
Otto R. Brockmann, Jr.
Dan Cosh
Ken Crouch
Everett Droke
Avon Fuller

Kappa T a u Beta

Donald Gardner
Rick Kimery
Frank Nixon

Dove McMohon

Ray Morgan

Jim Moser

Spencer Shops

Sigma J a u Sigma

A local textile honor fraternity,
Sigma Tau Sigma strives to instill in
textile students a desire for higher
scholastic attainments. An incentive
toward this goal is the Sigma Tau
Sigma Scholarship cup that is pre-
sented each yeor to the senior in tex-
tiles with the highest scholastic aver-
age. The Greek letters composing the
name of the fraternity represent the
words. Society of Textile Scholarship.

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Phi Psi

Clay Smith
Hugh Horrelson
Gene Rickell
Donald Gardner
Bob Ward
Mr. James Klibbc

President

Vice-President

Secretary

Treosurer

Corresponding Secretary

Foculty Adviser

Phi Psi Frofernify is o professional textile fraternity, the
objects and aims being; first, to promote good fellowship
among men of textile schools and the textile industry; second,
to encourage a high standard of textile work; third, to assist
by every honorable means the advancement of its members.

Eta Chapter at State is the largest chapter in the fraternity,
in parallel with the largest textile school in the world. The
fraternity serves the Textile School by offering a guide service
for all visitors and guests of the school, it also sponsors a
banquet in the spring at which a cup is awarded to the Man
of the Year in the North Carolina Textile Industry.

W. C. SMITH, President

American Association of

Textile Chen^ists

And Colorists

The American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists
seeks to gain experience and interests in the dyeing and finish-
ing of textile goods through monthly meetings. Speakers are
invited from various sources throughout North Carolina and
other areas.

OFFICERS

E. Stanley Mullis

President

Charles E. Daniels

Vice-President

Charles Eugene Rickell

Secretary

Robert Lee Word, Jr.

Treasurer

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The TEXTILE FORUM is the publication of the School of
Textiles and is sent to the leading textile mills throughout
the country. The staff is composed entirely of textile students.

The TEXTILE FORUM publishes articles of technical in-
terest by members of the foculty, by men who ore outstand-
ing leaders in the textile industry, and by the students them-
selves.

Avon Fuller, Everett Drake
Henry K. Brannon, Jr.
Frank Nixon
Otto R. Brockmonn, Jr.

Editors

Business Manager

Managing Editor

Circulation Manager

Herb Johnson, Roy Overton, Ken Culbreth, Lloyd Edmonds Staff

John Eddie Goforth, Stan Goldberg, Iverson Smith Staff

MRS. BOBBI FULLER, Sponsor

AVON FULLER, Co-Editor

OFFICERS

Dan Cash
Avon Fuller
Everett Drake
Toby Brockmann
Frank Nixon
Golen Chambers
William Ayscue
Dick Newell

President

Vice-President

Secretary

Treasurer

Scribe

Pledge Master

Sergeant-At-Arms

Dekap Editor

Delta Kappa Phi

Delta Kappa Phi is the oldest professional textile fraternity
in America, having been founded in 1899 at the Philadelphia
Textile Institute. Started around a nucleus of seventeen mem-
bers. Kappa Chapter was instituted on May 14, 1948 at State
College. The fraternity strives to create a fraternal relation-
ship and greater social enjoyment among its members, as
well as promote the interest of its members in acquiring a
thorough education in textiles. The chapter of State College
also strives to promote activities of interest to the Textile
School.

DAN CASH, President

Chet Arnold

Clayton Asbury

Bill S. Ayscue

John Borum

Henry K. Brannon

Otto R. Brockmann, Jr.

Sam Brummitt

W. 0. Caldwell, Jr.

Daniel Cosh

Galen Chambers

Kent Crouch

Ken Culbreth

Everett Drake

Lloyd Edmonds

Avon Fuller

Ray C. Gardner

John E. Goforth

Ken Hawn

Jack Holt

Max Huntley

Gene Hutchens

Donald Inge

Gene Inman

Rick Kimery

Jim Lancaster

John Maness

David McMohon

John Medford

Jim Moore

Bob Nelson

Dick Newell

Frank Nixon

Roy Overton

Bobby A. Perry

Earl Phillips

Bill Poole

Robert H. Pope, Jr.

Charles R. Reeves

Silas Rowland

James Seago

Eddie Sparr

William F. Stanley

John Stevens

Don Stout

Thomas N. Swanger

James Swicegood

Glenn Talbert

Roy Wolden

David Winsted

Owen Wright

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THE GOLDEN CHAIN

SENIOR HONORARY

MEMBERS

Gilbert Alligood

Larry Baxter

Phil Carlton

Bob Davis

Bill Foss

John Fulton

Scoott-r Jorilon

Ben Kittr.ll

Eiltlie KnoM

Norman Owen

Bill Sharpe

Dove Thonio',

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HONORARY

Dr. Abrohom Holtimon

Dr. Arthur K< Imon

Mrs. Alice Shirley

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OFFICERS

Bill Shorpe
John Fulton
Gilbert Alligood
Scoofcr Jordan

Arch RegcnT"
Regent
Secretary

Golden Choin, Senior Honorory Society, wos orqan
iitd in May 1926. The |>ur|)o%<- of the society is to
promote leadership and h. II. r citiienship on ih.-
campus. In May each year, fw. Ive Juniors, consi<l. r.<l
the outstanding memb<rs of th.ir closs, ore added
to the Choin by a tapping ci remony.

BLUE KEY

Ninety-six Chapters
Colors-. Blue and Gold

N. C. STATE COLLEGE CHAPTER

Installed May 1928

HONORARY

Dr. C. H. Bostion

Earle Edwards

J. B. Edwards, Jr.

Gerald Erdahl

Dr. Gerald B. James

Abraham Holtzmann

Rudolph Pate

J. J. Stewart

Banks C. Talley, Jr.

N. B. Watts

L. R. Whichard

Rev. Oscar B. Wooldridge, Jr.

FACULTY ADVISER

Dr. Arthur Kelman

MEMBERS

Gilbert Alligood
Nick Ardito
Larry Baxter
Ronald Bost
Waring Boys
Sam Brummitt
Harris Caldwell
Phil Carlton
Bob Davis
Bill Foss

John Fulton

Jim Hendrix

Reid Hinson

Scoofer Jordan

Ben Kittrell

Eddie Knox

Leonard Lovitt

Jim Moore

Norman Owen

Bill Sharpe

Ben Sugg

Blue Key Honor Fraternity was founded at the University of Florida in October, 1924, to perpetuate the
belief in God, to preserve the principles of good citizenship, and to promote the best interest of the students.

The fraternity recognizes outstanding qualities in character, scholarship and service, placing equal emphasis
upon leadership in student activities. Membership is composed of graduate and undergraduate students of all
departments of American colleges and universities.

Each year Blue Key co-sponsors the Homecoming celebration. Annually the fraternity presents the citizen-
ship award to the Senior who has distinguished himself as the foremost citizen of his class. In addition. Blue Key
cooperates with other campus organizations in various octivities to perpetuate a more meaningful campus life.

30 and 3

SOPHOMORE LEADERSHIP SOCIETY

John Cobb
Bob Cooke
Richard Currie
Lad Daniels
Tom Eck

HONORARY

William D. Toussaint

Chorles Russell

Edward Law

Paul Leggett

Roger Mozingo

Joel Ray

Bob Redmon

OFFICERS

Charles Russell
Lad Daniels
Richard Currie

President

Vice-President

Secretary Treasurer

The Order of Thirty and Three is a local honorary organization consisting of a total of thirty-three members.
The eleven active members are picked at the beginning of the spring semester from the Sophomore Class and
remain active until the following Spring.

The members selected are considered to be the outstanding members of the Sophomore Class. Selection is
the highest honor a Sophomore can receive at State College. Qualifications for membership include: Good char-
acter, high sense of honor, ability for leadership, satisfactory scholastic standing, welfare of school ot heart,
and other qualities deemed necessary to accomplish the greatest good, as determined by the active membership.

The objects of Thirty and Three are: to promote the welfare of State College, raising of school standards,
and cooperating with alumni and other friends of the College to work at all times for the interests of the students
and the College at large.

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PHI KAPPA PHI

UNDERGRADUATES

R. K. Mann
G. Mitchell
M. L. Moody

F. H. E. Oertel
R. G. Pearce, Jr.
J. H. Roberts

N. A. Russell
H. R. Saunders
W. E. Shepherd
J. A. Shurtleff
L. B. Smith
R. C. Steorts

B. S. Taylor

E. M. Underwood
K. D. Wait

C. F. Word

G. W. Westmoreland
C. Whitley, Jr.

J. J. Wortman

M. R. Alford

C. L. Aderfoldt

N. E. Banks

D. L. Bramlett

Mrs. Sylvia Brooks

C. D. Burgason

H. P. Coulter

M. R. Davis

J. F. Deal

J. W. Dulin

H. L. Fisher, Jr.

H. C. Grimmer

H. C. Henley, Jr.

J. S. Hill, II

R. L. Hoffman

A. J. M. Hutchins

A. W. Jordan

D. M. Joyce

B. G. Kiger

GRADUATES

J. T. Rice
A. F. Sficas
A. P. Voniey
J. R. Walton
R. E. Wiggins

L. R. Comes

R. A. C. Dauiton

D. E. Foard

A. F. McRorie

D. Morris

OFFICERS

Dr. J. Bryant Kirkland
Dr. F. S. Barkalow
Mr. H. M. Gibbs
Mr. E. W. Winkler
Mr. D. M. Cotes
Dean Stewart

President

President Elect

Student Vice-President

Secretary

Treasurer

Corresponding Secretary

The honor society of Phi Kappa Phi was founded at the University of Maine in 1897 and the North Carolina
State College Chapter was established on December 10, 1923. There were twenty-nine charter members and
since that time more than twelve hundred juniors, seniors, and graduate students, staff, alumni and honorary
candidates have been elected to membership.

Phi Kappa, the highest scholastic honorary society on campus, is the honorary society for technical fields of
study. It was established to provide an honor society dedicated to the Unity and Democracy of Education and is
open to honor students from oil departments of American Universities and colleges. Its prime objective is to
emphasize scholarship and character in the thoughts of college students, to foster the significant purposes for
which institutions of higher learning hove been founded and to stimulate mental achievement by recognition
through election to membership.

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PHI ETA SIGMA

MEMBERS

OFFICERS

Albert K. Pearson, Jr.
Richard H. Williamson
William M. Jackson
Philip N. Nanzetta
Dr. J. W. Morgan

President

Vice-President

Secretary

Treasurer

Adviser

A. W. Adams

F. M. Alligood, Jr.
P. B. Archie
Yalman Balta

R. H. Blackwell, Jr.
H. W. Blake
P. W. Brant
J. C. Broughton
W. J. Burk, III
J. P. Caldwell, Jr.
E. R. Calloway, III
W. C. Carpenter

A. M. Chedester
J. J. Cox, Jr.

W. B. Cummings
J. T. Curlee
K. G. Davenport
T. C. Dellinger
C. L. Duke
J. A. Ellisor

G. T. Ferrell, Jr.
G. W. Fisher

B. F. Gaffney
Ueler Goekcen
J. 0. Groce

R. O. Hadlock
J. C. Hart
G. S. Hutchins
W. Mc. Jackson
B. N. Lancaster

J. T. Lowder

M. S. Margolis

R. M. Mayer

D. E. McCombs

R. A. McCorkle

L. K. McDowell

P. N. Nanzetta

D. W. Nelson

L. D. Nixon

H. B. Noah

V. B. Noah

A. K. Pearson

L. Mc. Perry

R. W. Philbeck

G. J. Reuer

S. D. Scott

L. W. Sink

W. E. Smith

C. A. Sparrow

B. C. Steed, Jr.

H. D. Stroupe

G. B. Taylor

R. S. Taylor

E. S. Todd

J. A. Toms

C. E. Wilholf, III

R. E. Williams, Jr.

R. H. Williamson

R. S. Winton

G. F, Wirkman

Phi Eta Sigma was founded at the University of Illinois, March 1923. The State College Chapter was in-
stalled on May 16, 1930. Membership in Phi Eta Sigma is open to those Freshmen who make the equivalent of
half A's and half B's and is considered the highest scholastic honor a Freshman con attain. Phi Etc Sigma's mem-
bers ore active for the latter holf of their Freshman year and remain active during their Sophomore year. They
strive to reward and promote an interest in high scholastic standards.

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CHARLES RUSSELL
Secrefary

BEN KITTRELL
Treasurer

EDDIE KNOX
President

Student
Government

The Student' Government is a self-administering body com-
prised of State College students. The Student Government is
an example of student leadership and student Democracy.

The accomplishments of the Student Government are too
many to enumerate. One such improvement fostered by the
Student Government is the new attendance rules in effect at
State College.

Only by leadership, integrity, and devotion to duty can pro-
gress in the Student Government be accomplished — and the
State College Student Government possesses these qualities.

BOB COOKE
Vice President

Budgetary and Finance

Ben Kittrell, Choirman
Larry Baxter
Ronald Shearron
Marshall McLeod

Rules

Ed Woods, Chairman
William May
William Porter
James Morris
J. C. Griffin
John Moore

Elections

Murray Rudisill, Chairman
Gerald White
Ben Floyd
Dillard DeHort
Bill Bryan

Academic Affairs

John Fulton, Chairman
Roy Champion
Frank Smith
Joyce Meares
Phil Carlton
Corol White
Kenny Bales
Jim Chatham

Campus Welfare

Wes McGee, Choirmon

Jerrv Cebe

Bernard Ferguson

Alan Feimster

James Gregory

Jerry Cook

Investigations

Jim Caldwell, Choirmon

Roger Bone

Roger Mozingo

Linda Wey

Donald Blizzard

Robin Best

John Med(ord

John Horton

Promotions

Donald

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worth. Chairman

Jim Cox

Jim Page

Leslie Young

Frank Justice

Brad Taylor

Carl Clark

Jim Gooce

Orientation Commission

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Marie Thomas

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TRAFFIC COMMITTEE

Don Blizzard, Chairman

Joe Baker

Rex Barker

Bob Chopman

Fred Foster

John Horton

Hermon Kiger

Tom Moveno

HONOR SYSTEM COMMISSION

Melvin Poulson, Chairman
Gilbert Alligood
Waring Boys
Dick Currie
Lad Daniels
Bob George
Frank Modren
Bill Marks

CAMPUS STORES
ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Bob George, Chairman
George Brown
Carl Henley

The Honor Code Board considers and takes necessary and
just action concerning violations of the Honor Code. It is
composed of ten persons elected by the students on a class
basis.

The Honor System exists on the promise that each individ-
ual values highly his personal honesty and has pride in his
integrity. It is not a unique part of education, but a familiar
precept of daily living. This system is a positive one in that
it poses no bounds, but gives the individual complete free-
dom in shaping his own character.

JOEL RAY. Chairman

The Honor Code Board

Harris Caldwell, Bill Jackson, Alvin Yorke, Scoofer
Jordan, John Cook, Paul Romano, Skipper West. (Not
pictured) Tom Hewitt, Jim Lewis.

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JOHN COBB, Chairman

The Campus Code is the second component of the Hon-
or System. It is a pledge on the port of each student to
conduct himself in a manner befittinq a gentleman under
all circumstances. Since "gentlemanly conduct" cannot be
precisely defined, the interpretation is left to the student,
who must rely upon his own training and common sense.
To this ideal of honorable conduct all men may be as-
sumed to be dedicated, regardless of their status; however,
here at State College it is a responsibility assumed on
entering.

The Campus Code Board

Front: Bill Marley, Mike Perry, Jim Floyd, Tommy Goodin
Rear: Reid Hinson, Bob Chiles, Jack Pofeef, Bob Redmon,
Sandy Matthews

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The Campus Code is the second component
of the Honor System. It is a pledge on the
part of each student to conduct herself in a
manner befitting a lady under all circum-
stances. Since "lady like conduct" cannot be
precisely defined, the interpretation is left
to the student, who must rely upon her own
training and common sense.

To this ideal of honorable conduct all women
may be assumed to be dedicated, regardless
of their status; however, here at State College
it is a responsibility assumed on entering.

BETTY BLACK, Chairmon

The Woman's Campus Code Board

Clyda Weeks, Peggy Hamilton, Frances Goodwin, Stella Joseph

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Standing Committee Chairman and Sponsors
Absent: Mrs. Thurmond Choftin
Mrs. Ronald Meddors

Executive Board
Absent: Mrs. Van Sistare

States Mates

OFFICERS

Ann Foster
Fran Corver
Janice Love
Faye Cole
Pat Walker
Betty Chapman
Lynn Sistare
Nancy Kittrell
Marie DePoe

President

First Vice-President

Second Vice-President

Recording Secretary

Corresponding Secretary

Treasurer

Auditor

Parliamentarian

Historian

State's Maters — housewives, career girls,
mothers, and husband motivators — find time to
grow socially, creatively, and intellectually along
with other student wives.

Variety Show
Family Arts Show

Fashion Show
Homecoming Floot

Board of

RUDOLPH PATE, Chairman

Student Publications have been a vital force in
the life of North Carolina State College for many
years. Since its beginning in 1931, The Board of
Student Publications has served as a joint student-
faculty body designed to improve and coordinate
the various student publications, now totaling nine
including the student radio station. The diversity of
publications and the varying styles provide an ex-
cellent training ground in the field of communica-
tions for all students who are interested in this work.

FACULTY-STAFF

Rudolph Pate, Chairman

Henry Bowers

W. L. Fleming

W. A. Newell

Lindsay Whichord

Julia M. Lucas, Secretary

Brannon

Cassells

Currie

Drake

Godfrey

Blizzard

Chapman

Cutler

Fuller

Hendrix

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Publications

PUBLICATIONS BOARD MEMBERS

AGROMECK

PINETUM

Editor

Charles Jordon

Editor

Scott Wallinger

Bus. Mgr.

TECHNICIAN

Jerry Godfrey

Bus. Mgr.

Donald Blizzard

AGRICULTURIST

Editor

Jim Moore

Editor

Ervin Lineberger

Bus. Mgr.

WKNC

Penn Cassels

Bus. Mgr.

Date Hedriek

VO-AG

Manager
Bus. Mgr.

Kent Watson
Larry Stevens

Editor
Bus. Mgr.

Ernest Cutler
Ronald Sheoron

SOUTHERN ENGINEER

SCHOOL OF DESIGN

Editor

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Bus. Mgr.

Richord Currie

Editor
Bus. Mgr.

A. J. Hommill
Joe Morog

TEXTILE FORUM

Representatives

President of Senior Class Phil Carlton

Editor — Co
Bus. Mgr.

-Editor Avon Fuller and Everett Drake

Henry Bronnon

President
President

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Junior Class Paul Leggett
Student Government Eddie Knox

Jordan

Sheoron

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The AGROMECK is the largest publication on
campus. The eight section editors, the Editor, the
Business Manager, the Photographer, and the four
assistants work long, hard hours to put out a year-
book that all the students will enjoy.

Each year the Editor strives to put out a book
that is comprehensive and different. His job is a
tremendous one with multiple worries.

At the end of the year when the AGROMECK
goes to press, the Editor can sigh in relief and be
sure that he has done a service that will live for
many years on the State College Campus.

CHARLES GUPTON, Head Photographer

MISS EDWINA ARMSTRONG for CHARLES GUPTON

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HOYT HACKNEY, Administration Editor

LAD DANIELS, Organizations Editor HARRIS CALDWELL, Sports Editor

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AL CHEDESTER, Sports Photographer

ALEC HALL, Military Editor

KEN STEPPE, Fraternity Editor

FRED WEILAND, Assistant Photographer

Miss Peggy Gales for Scoofer Jordan

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Miss Vickie Armfield for Jerry Godfrey

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Miss Diane Dickerson for Hoyl- Hackney

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Miss Carol Turner for Lad Daniels

Miss Jane Lowry for Harris Caldwell

Miss Ann Stallings for Bill Lytch

Miss Betsy Eagles for John Cook

Miss Mary Chiles for Ken Sfeppe

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Miss Jackie Nolen for Al Chedester

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13289, 13290, 13291 freshmon pictures.

Tile editor oversees all

JIM MOORE, Editor

PENN CASSELS, Business Manager

The Technician

Although undermanned and under-
moneyed, the staff of The Technician
has again published a newspaper
worthy of being called "State College's
Student Newspaper".

All staff members have strived to
present to the students here, as com-
plete OS possible, a coverage of the
campus. With the ever-present Moore
and Cassels combining their talents
with those of "Partial" Hammett,
"Noah" Adams, and "Speed" Brame,
the paper has brought to the students
a combination of news, sports, and
humor.

Sports & News Staff
JAY BRAME, MIKE LEA

GEORGE HAMMETT, Monoging Editor
BILL ADAMS, Copy Editor

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BOB LINDER

Columnists & Staff Writers

Jim Page, Nick Ardi^o, Buzz Nonzetto, Cliff Fuller, Harvey
Horowitz, Bill Marley

The Staff

Advertising & Circulation
Jerry Austin, Chuck Miller, Doug Angel

Photographers

Skip Kugler, Treloke Khosia

Radio Station

WKNC

KENT WATSON, Station Manager

Carrol Norwood, Bob Gahrmann, Sales Director, Bill Jones

"WKNC, the Voice of N. C. Stote College and Peace College." It's a new station break, keeping apace with
the ever expanding facilities of the Student Broadcasting System.

State College Radio celebrated its Crystal Anniversary in January of this year, signifying 15 years of service
to the State College community. The story of this expansion has not always been rosy, but through the hard work
of many people WKNC now enjoys the status of the high quality organization that it is today.

WKNC is a student organization that men take an interest in. In taking that interest, they strive to excel
in bringing to State College (and Peace College) "the music most people like most," in addition to drama, and
complete sports and news coverage.

LARRY STEVENS, Business Manager

Jim Folsom, Roy McCrary, Mickey Averett, Jim Dorsett

Port of the staff

Lewis Netson, John Myhre, Jim Dorsett, Tom McNish,

Raymond Britt, Jim Blanchord,
Richard Down, Technicol Director

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Ann Brinson (or Jim Moore

The Technician Sponsors

Beverly Foord (or Penn Cassels

Miss Helen Stroud for Kent Wotson

WKNC
Sponsors

Miss Marie Rourk for Lorry Stevens

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Alpha Phi Omega

OFFICERS

Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity
composed of college and university men who are or have
been previously affiliated with Scouting. This fraternity
offers the college man excellent opportunities to develop
leadership, to promote friendship, and to render service
to his fellow man through working together in the spirit
of fraternalism in projects of service to the student body
and faculty, to youth and community, to members of the
fraternity, and to the nation as a participating citizen.

Iota Lambda Chapter here at North Carolina State
College stands in the elite by being a chapter in the
only national Greek letter fraternity which is devoted
essentially to service, ALPHA PHI OMEGA.

William A. Smith
James C. Greiner
Homer P. Coulter
John Price
Peter Gernert
Ted Hogan
Gene Brown
Lorry Stevens
Thomas McCoskill

President

Service Vice President

Pledge Moster

Recording Secretary

Corresponding Secretary

Treasurer

Historian

Alumni Secretary

Sergeont-at-arms

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MISS EVALYN SIMPSON, Sponsor

ADVISORS

DR. ARTHUR A. SCHUCK, Pledge Class

Prof. S. T. Bollenger, Chairman
Prof. A. C. Hayes
Homer Eggers
William S. Roth
J. A. King

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College Union

The College Union is a building for the students.
Containing the elements of a hotel, a restaurant,
and a community center, it is open to all students
sixteen hours a day.

The heart of the College Union, however, is not
located in the steel and concrete of the building,
but rather in the Union organization itself. The
building is merely the instrument through which
the Union idea is accomplished, and its success
reflects the combined efforts of its Officers, Board
of Chairmen, Committees and Board of Advisors.

The College Union Board of Directors puts the
stamp of approval on the social budget and on the
rules concerning the use of the Union Building. It
also sets the College Union policy.

The Board of Chairmen consists of the student
president, vice-president and secretary of the
Union, and the Chairmen of the sixteen standing
committees. The Board meets weekly. It critically

analyzes all the programs of each committee and
coordinates events that are sponsored jointly.

The Union Committee is a proving ground for
initiative, dependability, loyalty, and tolerance.
Since students graduating frcm college are often
grade "A" technicians and grade "D" leaders, the
Union's prime objective is to teach students to be-
come effective leaders and citizens. Open to all
students, the committee program is geared to teach
them how to get along with other people and to
organize events and ideas.

The Board of Advisors is composed of faculty and
staff members who make themselves available to
the committee for advice and guidance.

The scholastic courses on campus offer mastery
of words, ideas, and principles — the usual concept
of a college education. The Union, however, offers
practical experience in understanding and working
with people.

STAN TIMBLIN, President

OSCAR TAYLOR, Publicity Director

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Jim Moore
Betty Black
Alan Eckord
A. C. Hayes
Norman Anderson
Eddie Knox
Thomas Goodin
Ted Owens
Tom Davis
Charles Smallwood
Herb Vitole
Robert Cooke

Charlie Tanner

James Floyd

E. L. Cloyd

K. L. Barkley

William Baker

Stan Timblin

Jerry Erdahl

Nick Ardito

Harvey Sigmon

Houston Gay

Larry Brady

Allen Overman

Clyda Weeks

OFFICERS

Stan Timblin

President

Nick Ardito

Vice-President

Harvey Sigmon

Secretary

HOUSE COMMITTEE

PHOTOGRAPHY COMMITTEE

SOCIAL COMMITTEE

MUSIC COMMITTEE

FORUM COMMITTEE

OUTING COMMITTEE

Union

HOSPITALITY COMMITTEE

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Committees

HOBBY COMMITTEE

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GAMES COMMITTEE

INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE

THEATRE COMMITTEE

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Interdormitory

Council

Kathryn Rice for Ronald Keen
Margie House for Sam Brummitt
Frankie Wolfe for Jimmy Deal
Lee Doss for Bobby Gentry

Margaret Carter for Robert Forrell
Sylvia Smith for Ed Elom
Billie Bell for Rex Hatch
Frances Short for Richard Tucker

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Officers

"Maverick taught me everything."

Alexander

•Well, I'll storve this week-end.'

"Yes, She has a roommate who dates.'

I quit!'

Officers

"My subconscious is absorbing it all!"

Bagwell

Host.

'Yes, Operator, Miss Solly Boggett."

Becton

Host

'We're Gonna Rip it up!"

Bull Session-101

Dog Gone Military

"Get up! It's suppertime.'

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.ramming

Officers

Intramural Champs

'They couldn't be going to doss and smiling, too."

'Whoever invented 8:00 classes?"

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Officers

Gold

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'It couldn't be from home."

"The whole bunch.

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"Then (he traveling sales man sold .

"It must be drill day.'

Officers

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"This dorm is noted for it's efficient janitorial service."

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"An inspiration to all.'

"Another day, another

Officers

Welch

"Charles Atlas con help you, too.

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"Country store"

Bridge addicts

"Con you work that out on a slide rule?"

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National goof off time

Turlington

Mood music for study

'Stop reading his mail."

Hail Comrades!

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"Whoss landed in the bullseye?"

Dorm

"Everynight we're gonna do this."

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Foundation

OFFICERS

Jock Turner

President

Tom Hall

Vice-President

Peggy Fulghiim

Secretary

Bob Gidney

Treasurer

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Baptist
Student Union

OFFICERS

Larry Mizell
James Frazier
Harry Wood
Robert Allen
Glen Mitchell
John Hauser
George Brown
Harold Stroupe
Alan Feimster
Dave McMahon
Bob Pohlkotte
Dennis Bowman
Sam Annas
LeRoy P. Richardson

President

Vice-President (program)

Vice-President (property)

Vice-President (enlistment)

Secretary

Treasurer

Publicity

Devotional

Study Group

Listen Ch.

Social

Extension

URAC Rep.

Director

CHURCH REPRESENTATIVES

Billy Funderburk
Bobby Ellis
Bob Busic
Harold Seograves
Jimmis Sinclair
Richard McCorkle
Tom Jones
Jim Fisher

First
Pullen
Tabernacle
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VMCA

The purpose of the N. C. State Y.M.C.A. is to stimulate religious
development and provide an opportunity for the student to relate
his academic experience to his faith.

These principles are reflected in the "Y" program through dorm
devotions, week-day and Sunday chapel services in Donforth Chapel,
religious conferences, and other religious activities. In a less obvious
but still profound woy, these principles ore applied to activities which
are vital to the needs of the student in the community and world in
which he finds himself. These activities include: international stu-
dent programs, seminars on courtship and marriage. United Nations
assemblies, political affairs, art and music lectures and dramatic
presentations. Weekend faculty and student retreats with programs
involving everyday problems and the Apollo Club give an added
depth to the "Y" program.

STANLEY PICKETT
Secretary

NORMAN OWEN
President

ROBERT COOKE
Treosurer

SANDY MATTHEWS
Vice-President

An efficient Co-Ed Commission in the "Y", which has sought to
create an active program for the co-eds on campus, has formed a
big-sister fellowship for the freshmen girls and focuses its attention
upon the special concerns of the girls.

Last year the Y.M.C.A. building was dedicated as the "E. S. King
Religious Center." This was in honor of the Y.M.C.A.'s first General
Secretary, who did much to relate the student's work to his ultimate
purposes in life here on the State College Campus. Now the King
Religious Center provides offices for the "Y" and denominational
chaplains. All work together on the campus to help students fulfill
the will of God in their lives.

iKS^ 1^1

MR. OSCAR WOOLDRIDGE

Coordinator of Religious Affairs

and General Secretary

MR. DON MALPASS
Associate Secretary

Y.M.C.A. CABINET

These men and women ore responsible for
carrying out the Y.M.C.A. program.

Y.M.C.A. Freshman Retreat

The Symphonic Band

Men's Glee Club

Fanfare Bond

R.O.T.C. Band

Musical
Organizations

ROBERT A. BARNES
Director of Music

J. PERRY WATSON
Assistant Director o( Music

The Musical Organizations under the direc-
tion of Robert A. Barnes and J. Perry Wot-
son embrac3 the acSvities of the State
College Bands, The Percussion Ensemble,
The Men's Glee Club, State College Quartet,
and the Chapel Choir. Each of the groups
presents concerts on and off campus and on
TV and Radio.

Since the early days of N. C. State College
its musical organizations hove played on
important part in the life of the campus.
These groups present concerts, furnish music
for official college funcHons and perform
at athletic events.

The combined membership of these organ-
izations constitutes the largest voluntary
student organization on the campus. The
student who spends a great deal of time
studying finds music to be a very stimulat-
ing activity. Porticipation in music helps
the student to maintain a healthy attitude
toward college and toward life in general.

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Bond Officers; (left to right) Dovid Peterson, Secre-
tory (Symphonic Bond); Fronklin Coble, Secretory
(Fonfore Bond); Moryin Beotty, Second Vice-Presi-
dent-; Charles Cotes, First Vice-President; James
Walker, Business Monoger; Jesse Barbour, Publicity
Manoger; Arnold Joslin, President.

Glee Club Officers; (left to right) Kenneth Culbreth,
President; Cliff Fuller, Vice-President; Hoyt Beard,
Secretory; Scott McRea, Assistant Publicity Manager;
Mike Davis, Publicity Manager; Collins Pippin,
Treasurer-Business Manoger.

1959-1960 Personnel

BAND

Abbott, Peyton Bryant
Abernethy, Alon R.
Ammons, Troy W.
Borbee, Willard Harold
Barbour, Jesse 0., Jr.
Beom, Dovid Conrad
Beotty, Morvin E., Ill
BIythe, John L.
Bouknight, Wendell J.
Boys, Thomas R.
Brodshow, Jomes B.
Breeden, James Brooks
Brogden, William
Brookhyser, George
Brosius, Marriott B., II
Bryan, George H.
Cameron, W. John
Carpenter, William C.
Cashott, Everett D.
Cosan, James L., Ill
Cotes, Chorles H.
Choppell, John F.
Clemmer, William F.
Clemmons, Gene A.
Coble, Douglas F.
Cochran, Robert C.
Cone, Normon P.
Cook, Russell A., Jr.
Coutouzis, William E.
Croft, William Jocob
Croom, M. Robert

Barrier, George Lewis
Beard, Hoyt S.
Bennett, Jerry Lee
Blount, Poul Brittle
Bostian, Charles Wm.
Brake, Henry Louis, Jr.
Brown, Eugene W.
Burke, Robert Holm°s
Cato, Joseph Charles
Choppell, John
Clark, Edward Thorne
Clayton, John Glenwood
Clemmons, Gene Arthur
Craft, Bill

Dolby, John D.
Dona, Gory L.
Daniel, Ralph W.
Davis, John C.
Davis, Robert D.
Deoton, Bobby B.
Dekle, Donne Robert
Dorman, Robert K.
Duke, Charles L.
Ellington, Royburn P.
Ellis, Howard M., Jr.
Everett, Marvin M.
Foggort, Mike
Fernold, John Toylor
Fisher, George
Fisher, Henry L., Jr.
Fleming, Robert J., Jr.
Fouts, Jerry W.
Frozer, Robert H.
Freeman, Richard McC.
Gerringer, Hugh L., Jr.
Gifford, John Winston
Goldstein, Ronald J.
Greene, Ernest L.
Gregory, Walton C.
Griswold, Guy D.
Hackney, Gerald
Hoger, Hcrold D.
Hoger, Robert L.
Holverson, Oscar T.
Harton, Arthur W.

Crow, Fronk Heath, Jr.
Crowell, Reggie A.
Culbreth, John Kenneth
Curnow, John Wallace
Daniel, Ralph
Dovis, Thomas Michael
Eckard, Alan Lawrence
Finger, Guy McKinley
Freeland, Ernest
Freeman, Joel Mock
Fuller, Carl Clifford
Fuller, Dave

Gardner, Joseph Decatur
Gordner, Williom Edgar

Heeden, George Lee, Jr.
Hill, Gerald F.
Hill, Roger E.
Hinson, Lourin K.
Holt, Hugh M.
Hughes, Eugene A.
Hunnicutt, Emmett F.
Hunt, Lorry W.
James, Elmo Beckton
Jorrett, Olin
Johnson, Albert
Johnson, Jackie B.
Johnson, William T.
Jones, Thomas L.
Jordan, Leon T.
Joslin, Arnold L.
Kennon, Jerry M.
King, Henry E.
Kiser, Jock L.
Longston, Edward H.
Lonier, Doyton W.
Lineberry, Logan W., Ill
McClendon, John F.
McCorkle, Richord A.
McCrocken, Jerry F.
McCrory, Clifford R., Jr.
McLeod, Michoel S.
Martin, Roy Hoyt, Jr.
Metts, Alvin S.
Miller, Daniel W.
Mi!ler, Phil

GLEE CLUB

Gorriss, Daniel Stephen
Gentry, Steve E.
Graves, Alfred Arthur
Horvel, Roy Horrison
Hensley, Daniel Steve
Hughes, Miles Augustus,
Jackson, George Claudius
Jorrett, Olin, Jr.
Johnson, Edward Earl
Lesslie, Peter Ashby
Little, Herbert Randolph
Logue, Goynell Paul
Lucos, William Ashley
Malposs, William

Miller, Thomas
Mills, Milton K.
Moore, Thomas E.
Moose, Harvey C.
Nelson, David W.
Newman, Carl L.
Nix, Horrey Clyde
Norville, James D.
Oerter, Neil F.
Owens, Andrew W.
Owens, Ted A.
Portin, Maurice W., Jr.
Peterson, Paul D.
Quick, Lee T.
Reich, Franklin W.
Rettinger, Lawrence J.
Revelle, Williom F.
Riedell, Charles A.
Rix, Kenneth P.
Rowley, Lee R.
Sanderson, Charles L.
Sonford, Claude W.
Seegers, George S.
Shaw, Robert F.
Sheoron, Ronald W.
Sher, Horace J.
Shinn, Thomas S.
Sholor, Merrimon S.
Shumate, Stewart T., Jr.
Sink, Larry W.
Sloon, Benjamin J.

Accompanists: Christopher, William Ames &

Morcum, John Mills
McConnell, Alfred Earl
McDonald, John Rex
McGee, Hubert Wendell
Mcintosh, Robert Bryon
Jr. McLeod, Marshall
, Jr McRae, David Scott

Overman, Bruce Howlond, Jr.
Page, Gory O'Neill
Porks, Clifford Robert
Pippin, Colvin Collins
Privott, Wilbur Joseph, Jr.
Reo, Ralph
Robinson, Gory Dee

McCorkle, John Locke

Somers, William
Steogoll, David J.
Stevens, Thomas H.
Stubbins, George E.
Suessmann, Kenneth W.
Summer, Garry L.
Swoin, David W.
Toylor, Henry C, III
Teogue, David B.
Teogue, Robert M.
Tetterton, Claudius D.
Tetterton, Darrell G.
Todd, William D., Jr.
Tripp, Jasper L.
Tune, Horry C.
Turner, Conrad L.
Voughon, Dexter C.
Walker, James F.
Ward, Thomas C.
Watts, Plato H., Jr.
West, George H.
Wey, Lindo J.
White, Douglas E.
Wiggins, John R.
Williams, George B.
Willoughby, James F.
Winton, Raymond S.
Wise, Joe M.
Yokely, Ronald E.
Youngblood, William P.
Zwicky, Henry

Sawyer, Ray Bryan
Segors, Robert Judson
Shochtmon, Richord H,
Smith, Danny Gold
Smith, Fronk Stacy
Spotts, James Willis
Stoinbock, Bill
Stepp, Michoel Reid
Taylor, Cloy
Turner, James H.
Wells, Charles Eorl, Jr.
Willioms, Emmett Roger
Williams, George
Wingler, Bill

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Mu Beta Psi

Mu Beta Psi was founded at State College,
Alpha Chapter being located here, and has
grown to become a national honorary music
fraternity. Its primary function is to promote
music on the campus by sponsoring various
concerts by guest artists, local organizations,
and by campus organizations.

Pre-Vets Club

OFFICERS

John Freeman
Talmadge Brown
Patricia Garner
Bruce Sfroup
John Booker

President

Vice-President

Secretary

Treasurer

Program Choirman

The purpose of the Pre-Vets Club is to stim-
ulate interest in the field of Veterinary Medi-
cine, to promote high scholarship and fellow-
ship among its members, and to acquaint the
students with the Veterinary College at the
University of Georgia and Oklahoma State
University.

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The purpose of the Young Democrats Club is to stimulate in
young people an active interest in governmental affairs, to in-
crease the efficiency of popular government, to foster and per-
petuate the ideals and principles of the Democratic Party, to re-
cruit new members for the Democratic Party and Democratic
candidates, to help acquaint voters with the issues and the candi-
dates, and to provide for our people through administration the
highest degree of justice, social welfare, and happiness.

OFFICERS

PHIL CARLTON President

Phil Carlton
Don Blizzard
Charles Russel
Nancy Kll-trell
Roger Mozingo
Dr. William Block

President

Vice President

Recording Secretary

Corresponding Secretary

Treasurer

Advisor

YDC

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The organizational meeting of the North Carolina State
College Veterans Association was held on October 21, 1953.
Since that date the Association has actively participated in
student programs, functions, and activities.

One important function of the Association is to serve as a
medium through which the many veterans at North Carolina
State may voice their various opinions.

"For God and country we associate ourselves
together. . . to perpetuate in peace those
ideals for which we fought in war. . . ."

OFFICERS

Wayne Philbeck
Sam Blackwood
Jim Lawrence
Ted Byers
Jerry Massey
Gene Hartsell
Dorwin McCombs
Macey Falkner

President

Vice-President

Secretory

Treasurer

Assistant Secretary

Program Director

Social Director

Sergeont-at-Arms

R. W. PHILBECK, President

Faculty Adviser Mr. Clarence Bomar

Veterans
Association

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Vetville

COUNCIL

Ray Lambert

Bill Beason

Joyce Hordissn

Bob Knox, Thomas Warren

Jim Shook

Moyor

Secretary-Treasurer

Publications Director

Athletic Directors

Fire Morsholl

ALDERMEN

Bill Dilley
Charles Daniels
Allen Edwards
John Corver
Paul Ridge
J. D. Green
Stanley Owen

4'H Club

OFFICERS

Alan Feimster

President

Larry Dilda

V

ce-President

D. E. White, Jr.

Secretary

Jerry White

Treosurer

Keith Boucom

Historian

Mr. Fred Wagoner

Faculty

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Demolay

OFFICERS

Bill Marks

Master Counselor

Edward Broadwill

Senior Counselor

Mike Davis

Junior Counselor

Allen Holden

Treasurer

Dr. W. R. Murley

Advisor

Mr. Joseph Hardee

Advisor

Cheerleaders

Eddie Stubbins, Head Cheerleader
Lane Davis
Francis Goodwin
Peggy Hamilton
Melissa Lindsey
Peg McConnell
Joyce Meares
Marie Thomas
Al Graves
Jim Grimes
Oscar Taylor

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SENIORS

mi^

KEN CULBRETH, Secretary

PHIL CARLTON, President
LARRY BAXTER, Vice-President

H. C. ROSE, Treasurer

Class of [960

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SENIORS

DAVID WINFIELD ABEE

RUTHERFORD COLLEGE, N, C
Chemical Engineering

Phi Eto Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Intromurals I, 2, 3, Thcto Tou, Outer Guard
4; ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; AICHE.

DONALD RAY ABERNATHY

RALEIGH, N, C,
Engineering Mathematics

Institute of Radio Engineers 2, 3,
Manager 3.

4; Moth Club 4; Syme Basement Floor

Animal
Chairma
peared
Union.

TIMOTHY GLENN ABERNATHY

GASTON lA, N. C.
Pulp and Paper Technology

Phi Eta Sigma; WVWP Radio; Fourdrinier Society; Veterans Club

CLARENCE BYNUM ADAMS

RALEIGH, N. C.
Agricultural Economics

MYRON GILBERT ADAMS, JR.

SARASOTA, FLORIDA
Dairy Manufacturing

Industry Club; Agricultural Club; Dairy Products Judging Teom,

n of Theatre Committee; Board Chairman of College Union; Ap-

two plays, "The Rainmaker" and "Frankie & Albert" at College

ROBERT THOMPSON ADAMS

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Industrial Engineering and Electrical Engineering

American Institute of Industrial Engineers, Editor College Union News-
letter, I , Intramural Football 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 1 ; Glee Club I ,
2, 3; Choir man College Union Photography Committee 2; College Union
Socio! Committee 3, 4; Chairman College Union Car ni vol 3; Chairmar>
Summer School College Union Committee I ; Outstanding College Union
Committeeman Award 3; Life Membership Aword College Union.

CHARLES LAMAR ADERHOLDT

CHERRYVILLE, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Honors Program, AIEE-IRE; Veterans Association,

JOHN NICHOLAS AGNOS

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE-IRE; Soccer Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club; Veterans Club.

DEREK ALBER

PINAR DEL RIO, CUBA
Mechanical Engineering

ASME; Soccer 1, 2, 3.

KNUD DENNIS ALBER

PINAR DEL RIO, CUBA
Civil Engineering

ASCE; Soccer 4.

JOHN ARTHUR ALDRIDGE

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE.

BENJAMIN ALEGRANTI

WHITE PLAINS, N. Y.
Textiles and Chemical Engineering

Sigma Alpha Mu; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tou Sigma, Pi Lambda Phi;
Toastmasters.

ALVAH WILBERT ALEXANDER, JR.

CRESWELL, N. C.
Agricultural Educatiort

Agricultural Education Club 3, 4, Veterans Club 3, 4, Sgt, at Arms, 4;
Dean List, 3,

DAVID CALDWELL ALEXANDER

MATTHEWS, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Delta Sigma Phi; Intromurals 3, 4, Forum Committee 3, 4; ASME.

GEORGE LEWIS ALLEN, JR.

REIDSVILLE, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Phi Eta Sigma; AIEE; YMCA Cabinet; YMCA Executive Council.

LEONARD LEON ALLEN

ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C.
Agriculture Technology and Animal Husbandry

Farmhouse, President, 4; Alpha Zeta, Censor, 4, Agriculturist, Assistant
Business Manager, 3; Animal Industry Club, 2, 3, 4; Agricultural Club,
Treos. 3; Reporter, 2; Collegiate 4-H Club, Treas. 2, Pres. 3, Marshall 3;
Meof Judging Team, 3; IFC 4; Livestock Judging Team 4; Student
Government 3.

GILBERT RAY ALLIGOOD

WASHINGTON, N. C,
Civil Engineering

Golden Chain, Blue Kev, Student Council Orientation Commiss jn Chair-
man; YDC; CU5C; Apollo Club; Arnold Air Society; CU House Committee;
AFROTC; ASCE; NSA Representative.

JOHN GILBERT ALPHIN

MOUNT OLIVE, N. C.
Agricultural Engineering

Trock 1; Cross Country I. 2; AFROTC, ASAE

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SENIORS

JOHN DAVIS ALSTON

LOUISBURG, N. C^

Mechanicol Engineering — Aeronautical Option

CALVIN CURTIS ANDERSON

TARBORO, N. C.

Mechanical Engineering — Aeronautical Option

Arnold Air Society; InstiTu.e of Aeronautical Science.

JAMES ARTHUR ANDERSON, JR.

AbHEVILLE, N. C.

Industrial Arts — Technical Option

Lambao Chi Alpha 3, 4, House Manager 4; Intromurals 3, 4; College
Union Board of Directors 4; College Union Outing Committee 1, 2, 3;
College Union Hobby Committee Chairman, 4; Inaustnot Arts Club 2, 3.

CHARLES LUTHER ANDREWS

GREENSBORO, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

IRE.

GEORGE TAN ANG

MANILA, PHILIPPINES
Textile Engineering

DOUGLAS HASTEN ANGEL

KERNERSVILLE, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Sigma Chi, Technician Circulation Staff, ROTC; JR.-SR. Dance Committee;
ASCE 3, 4.

ROBERT MICHAEL ANGELL

MOCKSVILLE, N. C.
Field Crops

Intramural Bowling 2, 4; American Society of Agronomy; Agricultural
Ciub; YDC: Photography Committee.

BILLY REID APPLE

GIBSONVILLE, N. C.

Agriculture Business — Field Crops

Alpha Gamma Kho; Agronomy Club Officer, 4; Winslow Foundation
Scholarship; Intramural Athletics 1 , 2, 3, 4; Athletic Director, Becton
No. 1 , 4; All-Campus Awards 1 , 2, 3, 4.

VANCE ALTON APPLE

GIBSONVILLE, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Theta Chi.

VOLKER DIETRICH ARENDT

ELBERO, N. J.
Textile Chemistry

AATCC; International Club, Theater Committee.

CHESTER ALDEN ARNOLD

ST. PETERSBURG BEACH, FLA.
Textiles

GEORGE CALVIN ATKINS

APEX, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Pershing Rifles I, 2, 3; AIEE; Institute of Radio Engineers, Intromurals
I, /, Army ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4: Command & Control Bat. 5-F.

SHERRILL LEONARD AUMAN

HIGH POINT, N. C.

Furniture Monufacturing & Management

Furniture Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Veterans Club I.

THOMAS EDWARD AVENT

FAISON, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Intercolleyiate Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Pres; IDC.

CHARLES DAVID AVERETTE

ELIZABETHTOWN, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Theto Tau, Chi hpsilon; Scabbard & Blade, ASCE,

FREDERICK CAREW AYERS

GREENSBORO, N. C.

Civil Engineering — Construction Option

Pi Kappa Aipha, ASCE

WILLIAM SPURGEON AYSCUE

HENDERSON, N. C.
Textiles

De.io Kappa Phi

BOBBY RAY BADGETT

DOBSON, N. C.

Agricultural Economics — Technology — Business

Agriculture Economics Club, Secretary,

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CHARLES NELSON BAKER

HENDERSON, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME, Veterans Assn, YMCA

DAVID JOSEPH BAKER

Oxford, N. C.
Industrial Arts — Technicol Option

I AC

FRED EUGENE BAKER

CONOVER, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, ASME.

MAYLON CLOICE BAKER

ZEBULON, N, C.
Industrial Arts — Technical Option

WALLACE RIDDICK BAKER

BELVIDERE, N. C.
Agricultural Education

Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Phi Kappi; Alpha Zeta; National
Science Foundation Undergraduote Research Scholarship Winner; Agricul-
tural Educotion Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Agricuiture-Educotion Club Vice-Pres. 3;
Agriculture Club; Alpha Zeta Book Exchonge Chairmen; Advance ROTC.

WILLIAM CLEVELAND BAKER

KINSTON, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE 3, 4; Veterans Association 3, 4; College Union Board of Directors 4.

WILLIAM STEPHEN BALL

HENDERSON, N. C.
Textiles

ROGER WOOD BALLARD

ASHEViLLE, N. C.
Architecture

B5U Choir 3; BSU Methods Committee Chairman.

PAUL LAWRENCE BALONICK

DUBOIS, PA.
Industrial Arts — Technical Option

Kappa Phi Koppa; Monogram Club; Football Co-Coptoin 3.

JOHNNIE RAY BANKETT

SALISBURY, N. C.
Industrial Arts — Technical Option

CARL JACKSON BANNERMAN

BURGAW, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; ASCE 3, 4; Veterons Association 1 , 2, 3, 4; Athletic
Director 2; Assistant Floor Manoger 2

GEORGE RAYMOND BARBER

WARWICK, VA.
Nuclear Engineering

Tour Guide AlP.

JESSE OTHO BARBOUR, JR.

MORGANTON, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Symphonic Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Lamplighters, Organized 1, Managed 2, 3,
4; Lamplighters Publicity Director 4; College Union Music Committee 1.

THOMAS ODELL BAREFOOT

DUNN, N. C.
Industrial Recreation

Baseball 3; Intramurals 3, 4.

WILLIAM SIEBERT BARNES, JR.

LINWOOD, N. C.
Industrial Arts — Technical Option

Industrial Arts Club.

GARY STEVE BARRETT

GASTONIA, N. C.
Mechonicol Engineering

WILLIAM KENNETH BARTLETT, JR.

ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Sigma Chi; Intramural Basketboll 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurol Football 2;
Intramural Volleyball 2, 3; Intramural Horseshoes 2; Advanced AFROTC;
Orientation Group Leader; Arnold Air Society; American Society of Civil
Engineers.

DONALD LEE BASINGER

SALISBURY, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Chi Epsilon; ASCE; Veterans Club.

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SENIORS

Class Vice Preident 1 ;
AlEE 4, IRE 4.

JOHN LEWIS BASS

TARBORO, N. C.
Forest Management

Forestry Club; Veterans Club.

WILLIAM HARTWELL BASS, JR.

FALMOUTH, VIRGINIA
Electrical Engineering

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Corresponding Secretary 2,
Class President 2; Amateur Radio Club I, 3, 4;

VIRGIL FELIX BATTEN

V/HITEVILLE, N. C.
Forest Management

Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; Arnold Air Society 4; Pershing Rifles; AFROTC
Drill Team 1, 2; Commanding Officer, 4; Forestry Club, Society American
Foresters.

JOHN DAVID BAXTER

GREENSBORO, N, C.
Electrical Engineering

Cardinal Society; AIEE-IRE.

LARRY BEN BAXTER

CHERRYVILLE, N. C.
Agricultural Education

Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha Zeta; Kappa Phi Kappa; Golden Chain; Blue
Key, Order of Thirty and Three, Agriculturist Staff, Senior Class Vice
President, 4; Student Government Treos 3; Student Government Senator
1, 2, 4; CU50 3; CU Social Functions Comm 4, YMCA; Apollo Club, Agri-
culture Club, Agricultural Education Club, Agricultural Fair Comm.
Chairman 4

ROBERT LEON BEADLES

HAYESVILLE, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Delta Sigma Phi President; Eta Kappa Nu Bridge Correspondent; Phi Eta
Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi, Orientation Group Leader; Sophomore Lab Instructor.

DAVID CONRAD BEAM

LAWNDALE, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

Delta Sigma Phi; Mu Beta Psi, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Scabbard &
Blade, BSU, AICE, Symphonic Bond

WILLIAM FRED BEAMER

MOUNT AIRY, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Alpha Phi Omega; American Institute of Physics.

WALTER LOUIS BEAN, JR.

LENOIR, N, C.

Furniture Manufacturing and Manogement

Sigma Nu, Pres 4, Officer 2, 3, Intromurols 1 , 2, 3, 4; All-Campus Intro-
murals 2, 3; Furniture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Officer 3, 4; Forest Products Re-
search Society 2, 3, 4; Interf raternity Council 3, 4.

WILLIAM CARROLL BEARD, JR.

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE.

DONNIE FRANKLIN BEASLEY

BENSON, N. C.

Industrial Arts — Technical Option

JERRY NELSON BEASLEY

SYLVA, N. C.

Pulp and Paper Technology

Fourdrinier Society, Dormitory Floor Manager,

BILLY GIBSON BEASON

RALEIGH, N. C.

Furniture Manufacturing & Management

Furniture Club Pres, Forest Products Research Society.

AUBREY D. BEAVER

MYRTLE BEACH, S, C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE-IRE.

JUNIUS LEROY BEAVER

HIGH POINT, N. C.
Forest Monogement

Veterans Club

VINCENT JEROME BELLIS

WASHINGTON, D. C.
Science Education

American Rocket Society 3. Photo Editor Technician I, College Union.

GEORGE HARLEY BELT, JR.

HYATTSVILLE, Md.
Forest Management

Pinetum; Forestry Club

GEORGE NORMAN BENJAMIN

ELIZABETH CITY, N. C.
Industrial Engineering

AIIE 3, 4 Vice-Pres. 4, Engineers Council 4; IE Dept. Engineers Fair Chair-
men 4; Associate Editor Southern Engineer 3, 4; YMCA 3.

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SENIORS

PHILIP BURTON BENNETT

ROANOKE RAPIDS, N, C.
Mathematics Education

Pershing Rifles 1, 2.

WILLETT BOYD BENNETT, JR.

HENDERSONVILLE, N. C.
Mathematics Educotion

Sigmo Chi; Talent for Service Scholarship; Bosketboll 1 , 2, 3, American
Institute of Physics, Math & Science Club.

WHITSON LeGRAND BENTON, JR.

VARINA, N. C.
Agricultural Economics

Agricultural Economics Club Vice Pres 4,

JOSEPH GILBERT BERRY, JR.

VIENNA, VA.
Civil Engineering

Track 1, 2; ASCE.

DWARKA PRASAD BHARGAVA

MATHURA, UP, INDIA
Pulp & Paper Technology

Tennis; Badminton; Table Tennis; Cricket; International Club; Indian Stu-
dents Assn; Forestry Club.

LEROY T. BIGHAM, JR.

RALEIGH, N. C.
Industrial Arts

Masonic Order; lA Club.

CARROL REID BINGHAM

LAWNDALE, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Pi Sigma; Phi Kappo Phi; Intramural
Basketball 2, 3; American Institute of Physics; Physics Dept, Fair Chairman;
Engineers Council; Wesley Foundation.

WILLIAM ARTHUR BISSETTE

GOLDSBORO, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME.

JOHN HENRY BITTING

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Engineering Mathematics

Pershing Rifles

CHARLES LEWIS BITTINGER

MOORESVILLE, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Swimming Team 2, 3; AIEE 4.

LUTHER EDGAR BIVINS

CHEVY CHASE, MD.
Mechanical Engineering

Intramural Swimming 1, 2; Engineers Fair 3, 4, ASME 4.

WILLIAM PITT BIZZELL

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
Civil Engineering — Construction Option

Intramurals 1 , 2, 3, 4; AMCE; Scabbard & Blade.

THOMAS LESTER BLACKMON

FOUR OAKS, N. C.
Agriculture Technology

Agronomy Club.

RALPH LEE BLACKWOOD, JR.

CHAPEL HILL, N. C.
Industrial Arts — Technical Option

Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4; Program Chrm 3, 4, YDC 3, 4;

DAVID EUGENE BLAKE

WILMINGTON, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE

ROY BAXTER BLAKE, JR.

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappo Nu; Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Intramurals
1; Douglas Aircraft Scholarship

ROBERT LEROY BLANKENSHIP

CHEROKEE, N. C.
Industrial Arts — Technical Option

Intramural Football 1, Intramural Handboll 1; Advanced ROTC.

GEORGE GORDON BLANKFARD, JR.

RALEIGH, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

Sigma Nu; AICHE; Scobbard 8. Blade; Intromurols 2, 3, 4, Student Govt.
Orientation Committee.

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JOE L. BLEVINS

CRUMPLER, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE.

DONALD DAVIS BLIZZARD

RICHLANDS, N. C,
Forest Management

Alpha Zeta; Pinetum Bus. Mgr. 3, Asst. Bus, Mgr. 2; Student GovernmenI
Tratfic Comm, 2, Chairman 3; College Traffic Committee 2, 3, YDC 1, 2;
Vice-Pres. 3, Forestry Club 1, 2, 3.

JULIUS MULL BOGGS

LAWNDALE, N. C,
Agricultural Education

BILLY JOE BOLES

KING, N. C.
Agricultural Educotion

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Kappa Phi Kappo; Intramurals; Agricultural Education
Club.

CARL HARRISON BOONE

ELM CITY, N. C.
Agriculture — Field Crops

Agronomy Club-

DAN HATHAWAY BOONE

ROCKY MOUNT, N C.
Electrical Engineering

Eto Koppa Nu, Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma.

RONALD MARSHALL BOST

KANNAPOLIS, N. C.
Forest Management

Alpha Gamma Rho, Pres.; Alpha Zeto; Xi Sigma Pi, Ronger; Blue Key;
Forestry Club Treos; YDC Marshall; ROTC Battle Group S-Z.

MITCHELL LEE BOWERS

THOMASVILLE, N, C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME; Technician, Southern Engineer; Agromeck; Veterans Assn; Intro-
murals I, 3, 4; Big Four Meet 1; Mechanical Engineers Fair 1, 2, 3, 4.

JOHN ALFRED BOWMAN

MAPLE VALLEY, WASHINGTON
Electrical Engineering

Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beto Pi; AIEE-IRE Jt. Student Branch 2, 3, 4, Vice-
Chrm 4; Engineers Council 4.

DANIEL MARCUS BOYD, III

LINCOLNTON, N C,
Agricultural Engineering

Track 2, Intramurals I, 2; ASCE; ASAE, Engineers Fair.

EDGAR LAURA BOYD

PINETOWN, N. C.
Agricultural Technology

ASAE; Agronomy Club; Advonced ROTC; YDC; Agricultural Club.

GEORGE WARING BOYS, JR.

TUXEDO, N. C.
Textiles

Kappa Sigma; Blue Key; Thirty & Three; Student Legislature Senator I,

2, 3; Closs Representotive Tompkins Textile Council 1, 2, 3, Phi Psi;
Interfroternity Council.

JACK ALFRED BRADY

SALISBURY, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME; ASHVE; Intramurals 1, 2; YMCA 1.

EARL BRAFFORD

GASTONIA, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE.

ROBERT FELIX BRAKE

HALIFAX, N. C.
Forest Management

Alpho Gamma Rho; Intramural Athletic Director 2, 3; Intramurals I, 2,

3, 4; Becton Dorm Pres-Mgr. 4; Forestry Club 1, 2, 3; Vice-Pres 4; Fresh-
man Forestry Counselor 4; Budget Comm IDC 4.

JAMES ARTHUR BRAME

GREENSBORO, N, C.
Mechonical Engineering

Sigma Nu Athletic Director 4; ASME; Technician Asst. Sports Editor 3;
Sports Editor 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Froternity Service Award 3; Summer
School Judicial Board; Advonced ROTC.

DAVID LEE BRAMLETT

ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Forest Management

Formhouse; Alpha Zeta; Phi Eta Sigmo, Xi Sigma Pi, Sec-Fiscal Agt.;
Forestry Club

HENRY KIMBROUGH BRANNON, JR.

GREENSBORO, N. C.
Textile Management

Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4, Kappa Tou Beta 2, 3, 4; Boord of Publications
3, 4; Bus. Manager Textile Forum 3, 4; Student Government 4; Tompkins
Textile Council 4.

SENIORS

DOUGLAS PHILIP BRATTEN

WINSTON-SALEM, N, C,
Engineering Physics

JOEL VINCENT BRAWLEY, JR.

MOORESVILLE, N, C,
Engineering Mathematics

Phi Koppo Phi; Tau Beta Pi. Baseba'l 1; Engineering Moth Club.

LEONARD GLASER BREEMAN

KONA, N, C
Fores) Management

Alpha Gamma Rho; Alpha Zeto; Scabbard & Blade; Militorv Boll Assn,
Advanced AFROTC; Forestry Club.

STEPHEN DAVID BREWER

PITTSBORO, N. C.
Wood Technology

Alpho Gamma Rho; Intramural Football I, 2, 4, Intramural Volleyball 4.
Forest Products Reseorch Society; YDC; Advanced ROTC.

JAMES EUGENE BRIDGERS, JR.

RALEIGH, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE-IRE

RONALD KEITH BRIDGERS

WILSON, N. C.
Metallurgical Engineering

Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, Cobinet 2; Amer. Inst of Mm. 8, Met.
Engineers 3, Vice-Chrm. 4; Engineers Fair 3, 4.

WAYNE CROWELL BRIDGES

RUTHERFORDTON, N. C
Civil Engineering

ASCE.

RAYMOND EMERY BRIGGS

DUBUQUE, IOWA
Industrial Arts — Technicol Option

AIEE-IRE Sec. I, Vice-Chrm 2, 3, Veterans Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Ham Radio
Club I; Engineers Council 1, 2; State Fair Comm. Chrm 3; Industrial Arts
Club 4; Toastmasters 4.

CHARLES WILLIAM BRINKLEY

SALISBURY, N. C.
Forest Management

College Union Outing Comm. Chrm 3, 4; Forestry Club.

BORIS BRODSKY

LIMA, PERU
Textiles

Soccer Varsity 2, 3, 4; Internotional Committee.

DELBERT RAY BROOKS

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

A5ME.

HAROLD DEAN BROOME

MT. HOLLY, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE-IRE, Veterans Club.

JAMES LYNDON BROWN

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Mechanicol Engineering

Theta Tau Engineering Fraternity 2, 3, Vice Regent 4; ASME 4.

JOHN WASHINGTON BROWN

HUNTERSVILLE, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

Varsity Track 3, 4.

GEORGE DAVID BROYHILL

MOORESVILLE, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Wrestling 1, 2, 3; Monogram Club 2, 3.

DUANE HARPS BRUCH

WENDELL, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Chi Epsilon; Editor The Transit; Co-Editcr On The Level; ASCE; Engineers
Council 4; Veterans Club 2, 3, 4.

SAMUEL WILBUR BRUMMITT

HENDERSON, N. C.
Textiles

Blue Key; Delta Kappa Phi; Dorm Athletic Director 2, 3; All-Campus
Softball 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Advisory Board 3, 4; Athletic Director
of Year 2 Tucker Dorm, Vice-Pres 3; President 4; Manager 4; Asst. Floor
Mgr. 2, 3; IDC Vice Pres 4.

WILLIAM RONALD BRYAN

TAR HEEL, N. C.
Furniture Manufacturing and Management

Glee Club 2; WVWP 2; Forest Products Research Society 3, 4; Furniture
Club 3, 4; Veterans Assn. 3, 4.

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SENIORS

WILLIAM DARRELL BULLA, JR.

HIGH POINT, N, C.
Chemicol Engineering

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, AlCHE, Agromeck; Golf 2,
winner 2, 3; interfraternity Golf 1 , 2, 3, 4;

Intromural Golf 1, 2, 3,
Interfraternity Bowling,

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Badminton, Tennis, Ping-Pong 1 , 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1 , 2; Engi-
neers Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; ROTC 1, 2, Photogrophy Committee; Hi-Fi Club.

CECIL FISHER BULLARD, JR.

FAYETTEVILLE, N, C.
Agricultural Technology — Soils

Americon Society of Agronomy 3, 4, YMCA Cabinet 4; BSD 2, 3, 4.

JERRY WAYNE BULLIN

HIGH POINT, N, C
Industrial Engineering

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Varsity Track ]; Intramural Football and Track 1, 2, 3,

4.

LARRY JAMES BULLOCK

WILLIAMSTON, N, C
Mechanical Engineering

Amer. Society Mechanical Eng Chrmn; Engineers Council; Senior Class
Church School Teacher, Fairmont Methodist Church.

ROGER CULLEN BUNCH

TYNER, N. C.
Agricultural Education

Kappa Phi Kappa, Agricultural Club; Agricultural Education Club Pres 3;
Vice-Pres 3; Student Council t, 2, 3, 4; YDC.

BOBBY FRANKLIN BUNDY

CONCORD, N. C.

Mechanical Engineering — Aero. Option

Institute of Aeronautical Sciences 3, Choirman 4, Engineers Council 4;
Veterons Club 3.

CARROL DALE BURGASON

STROMSBURG, NEBRASKA
Industrial Engineering

Alpha Pi Mu; Tou Beta Pi, AIIE, Veterans Club, Honors Program Student 4.

DONALD EUGENE BURNETTE

ASHEVILLE, N, C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME.

JOHN JAMES BURNS

CHARLOTTE, N. C.

Wildlife Conservation & Management

Tou Alpha Sigma; Track I; Cross Country Track 2; Newman Club; Pre-vet
Club; Leopold Wildlife Club Vice Pres. 4.

PAUL G. BURTON

WILMINGTON, N. C.

Civil Engineering — Construction Option

Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

WILLIAM HORACE BUSH, III

CHARLOTTE, N. C
Industrial Engineering

RICHARD STEPHEN BUYNITZKY

WASHINGTON, D. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Theta Chi, Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tou Sigma, AFROTC Rifle
Team 1 , 2

JOE LEE BYRD

CONCORD, N. C.

Mechanical Engineering — Aero. Option

Inst, of Aero Sciences Officer 4; Amateur Rodio Club 3, Dorm Floor Mgr.
4.

SAMUEL ELLIS BYRD

RAMSEUR, N. C.

Agricultural Technology — Dairy Husbondry

Farmhouse; Intromurals 2, 3. 4; Agricultural Club; Animal Industry Club,
BSU.

SHAKESPEARE HARRIS CALDWELL, JR.

BERRYTON, GA.
Engineering Mathematics

Sigma Phi Epsilon Vice-Pres 4, Chaplain 3; Blue Key, Vice Pres 4; Fresh-
men Basketball, Intromurals 1, 2, 3, 4; American Institute of Physics 3;
Engineering Moth Club Vice Pres 3, Pres. 4; Judicial Boord 2, 3, Clerk
3; Honor Code Board 3, 4, Clerk 4; Phi Eta Sigma

WILLIAM DONALDSON CAMPBELL

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Pi Koppo Phi, Pres 4, Pledge Pres. 2, MPM 2, 3, 4; Varsity Tennis I, 2,
3, 4; Intramural & Fraternity Basketball, Footboll, Softball, Table Tennis
1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Sec 4; ASCE.

BILLY PEEDE CANADAY

BUNNLEVEL, N. C.
Agricultural Technology — Soils

Agronomy Club 2, 4

CLARENCE HICKS CANNADY

DUNN, N. C.
Mathemotics Education

SEN/ORS

JOE CARR CANSLER

TROUTMAN, N. C,
Agricultural Science — Dairy Husbandry

Scabbard and Blade First Sgt 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Agricultural Club,
Animal Industry Club.

CECIL WYCHE CAPPS

HENDERSON, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

CLAUDE NOBLE CAPPS

SMITHFIELD, N. C,
Field Crops

Agronomy Club, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4.

JOHN PHILLIPS CARLTON

PINETOPS, N. C.
Agricultural Economics

Alptio Zeta Scribe 3; Chancellor 4; 30 & 3; Blue Key, Golden Ctiain, Board
of Publications 4; Senior Class President 4; Student Government Sec 3,
Senator 1, 2, 3, 4; YDC President 4.

JAMES ROBERT CARPENTER

SHELBY, N. C.
Pulp and Paper Technology

ThetQ Chi Pres. & Vice Pres; Alpha Phi Omega; ASCE; Fourdrinier Society,
Vice Pres; Forestry Club; Football 1, 2; Track, Wrestling; Interfraternity
Council; World College United Fund Council; Intramurals; YDC.

WILLIAM CHESTER CARRIGAN

CHINA GROVE, N. C.
Forest Management

Alpha Gamma Rho Vice Pres. 4, Sec. 3; Alpha Zeta Chronicler 4; Track 1;
Student Government 3; Traffic Committee 3; Student Orientation Comm.
2; Advanced ROTC; Forestry Club 1, 2; Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4.

ROONEY WILSON CARROLL

NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
Nuclear Engineering

SIgmo Phi Epsilon; Amer. Inst, of Physics; WUNC-TV Production Staff 1,
2, 3.

WESLEY LEE CARROLL

YOUNGSVILLE, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE; Freshman Orientation Group Leader 4.

CHARLES DAVID CARTER

KINGSPORT, TENN.
Pulp and Paper Technology

Fourdrinier Society; Forestry Club; YMCA.

FRANCIS CAMERON CARTER

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Pi Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma; ASME; Track 4, Davidson
College 1, 2 (Beta Theta Pi, Track 1, 2).

JOHN FRANKLIN CARVER

SUFFOLK, VA.
Mechonical Engineering

ASME; Vetville Alderman

DANIEL HYDRICK CASH, JR.

RUTHERFORDTON, N. C.
Textiles

Delta Koppa Phi Pres. 4; Kappa Tau Beta; Tompkins Textile Council Pres
4; Summer School Traffic Comm. 4.

EVERETT DALRYMPLE CASHATT

SPRAY, N. C.
Wildlife, Cons. & Mgt.

Mu Beta Psi; Band I, 2, 3, 4; Leopold Wildlife Club.

RAYMOND LYNN CASLER

TEANECK, N. J.
Mechanical Engineering — Aero. Option

Kappa Sigma; Freshman Tennis; Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I,
2, 3, 4; Inst, of Aeronautical Sciences 2, 4; Phi Psi 2; Interfroternity Coun-
cil. 2.

OVID PENDLETON CASSELS, JR.

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Civil Engineering — Construction Option

Sigma Chi; Technician Bus. Mgr. 4, Asst. Bus Mgr 3; Opollo Club; Publica-
tions Board, Judicial Board, 3.

CHARLES HUGH CATES, JR.

HENDERSON, N. C.
Industrial Arts — Technical Option

Mu Beta Psi, Marching & Symphonic Bond 1 , 2, 3 Vice Pres. 4; ASCE 1,
2; Industrial Arts Club 3, Sec. 4; College Union Hobby Committee 1, 2.

THOMAS ROBERT CATHEY

HAVELOCK, N. C
Electrical Engineering

AIEE-IRE

WALLACE GRAHAM CAWTHORNE

HENDERSON, N. C.
Forest Management

Bond 1, 2; Forestry Club 3, 4; Veterans Club 3, 4.

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THURMOND ODUS CHAFFIN

MOCKSVILLE, N. C,
Agricultural Science Wildlife

Leopold Wildlife Club

ROY LUNSFORD CHAMPION, JR.

RALEIGH, N, C.
Engineering Physics

Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Nu, Soical Choirmon 4, Apollo Club; AlP; Engi-
neering Senator 3, 4

ROBERT EUGENE CHAPMAN, JR.

RALEIGH, N. C.
Industriol Engineering

Pershing Rifles 1, 2; Southern Engineer Layout Editor 3, Editor 4; AIIE 3
Treos. 4; College Union Activities Comm, 1 ; Dance Comm, 1 ; YMCA 3
Student Government Traffic Comm 3, 4; Chairman Summer Session 3
Engineers Council 4, Deans List 3; Engineers Fair 3, 4.

ERNEST GEORGE CHARLES

RALEIGH, N. C.
Industrial Engineering

Phi Eta Siqmo, AIIE, Intromurals I, 2; Amer. Inst. Ind. Engs, Engineers
Fair 3; ROTC; YDC.

CHRISTIAN DOMINIQUE CHARRON

AUSTIN, TEXAS
Electrical Engineering

IRE; AIEE; EE Fair Choirman.

ROBERT M. CHILES

SANFORD, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Warden Pershing Rifles; Scobbord & Blade; Intro-
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Code Board; Military Boll Assn, Treas; ASME;
Apollo Club, Distinguished Military Student 4.

DAVID PAGE CHOATE

WILKESBORO, N. C.
Horticulture

Horticulture Club Treas, 4,

MAURICIO CHOCRON

CARACAS, VENEZUELA
Industrial Engineering

Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball I, 2; International Club; Monogram Club.

HARRY ARTHUR CIKANEK, JR.

LENOIR, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

JACK ADAMS CLARK

SANFORD, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

JOHN CHARLES CLARK, JR.

ST. PAULS, N. C.

Mechanical Engineering, — Aero. Option

Intromurals, IAS, Veterans Assn.

ROBERT CARROLL CLARK

ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Engineers Council 3, 4, ASME 2, 3, Vice-Chrm. 4, Vetville Alderman 3.

WYNDHAM LEE CLARKE

SOUTHERN PINES, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Veterans Assn. Sec. 3.

WILLIAM WESLEY CLAYTON

CHARLOTTE, N. C.

Civil Engineering, Const. Opt.

ASCE

RICHARD NOEL CLEMENT

LENOIR, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Sigma Nu; ASCE; Intramural Football I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 2,
3.

ROBERT LANE CLEMENT

NEW BERN, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Kappa Alpha; Intramural Football ', 2, 3, 4; Intramural Softball 1, 2, 3,
4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.

DAVID LEON CLOER

HICKORY, N. C.

Civil Engineering — Aero. Option

ASCE; Veterans Club; AIA

JOHN WILLIAM COATS

CARY, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Tau Beto Pi, ASME.

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SENIORS

ARTHUR GWYNNE COCKMAN

PITTSBORO, N. C.
Mechonical Enineering

ASME 3, 4.

RUSSELL PRESTON COCKMAN

PITTSBORO, N. C,
Mechanical Engineering

ASME 3, 4, Engineers Fair 3, 4.

EMMIT FRANKLIN COLE

CLAYTON, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Vetville Council 3; IAS 2; ASME 3, 4; State Fair 3; Engineers Fair 3, 4;
Intromural Basketball and Softball 3, 4.

THOMAS COBLE COLEMAN

RALEIGH, N. C.
Ceramic Engineering

Sigma Chi, Americon Ceramic Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Trees. I, Vice-Pres, 2
Technicion Stoff 3, 4; Intromural Volleyboll 1, 2; Dormitory Floor Mgr, 2.

TALMADGE WHITLEY COLLIER

WADE, N. C.
Forest Management

Forestry Club 3, 4.

JOHN MARION COLLINS

ELKIN, N. C.
Wildlife Cons. & Mgt.

Forestry Club 1, 2; Leopold Wildlife Club 3, Sec. 4

JOSEPH PATRICK COLLINS

BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Civil Engineering-Aero. Option

ASCE; Veterans Assn; Newman Club.

KENNETH EVANS CONLEY

SHELBY, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

AICE 2, 3, 4; Veterans Assn, 2, 3, 4, Softball \.

WILLIAM RAY CONLEY

MARION, N. C.
Mech. Eng-Aero. Option

Institute of Aeronoutical Sciences; AFROTC Drill Team I, 2.

EDWIN TUCKER CONNER

CLOVER, VA.
Animal Husbandry

Freshman Baseball.

EDMUND BERNARD COOK

CONCORD, N. C.
Civil Engineering-Construction Option

Sigma Chi; ASCE; Intramurals 3, 4.

JAMES FRANKLIN COOK

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Mathematics Education

Theta Chi; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4.

WALLACE EDWARD COOK

YANCEYVILLE, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME.

LAWRENCE JAMES COOKE, JR.

ELIZABETHTOWN, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE; DORM Asst. Floor Mgr. 3.

HOWARD WAYNE COPENHAVER, JR.

MORGANTON, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Mu Beta Psi; Arnold Air Society Commander 4; AIEE; Amateur Rodio Club;
ASME.

JERRY GORRELL CORAM

BOONVILLE, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Amer. Society Civil Engineering; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4.

TERRELL WAYNE CORKERN

GEORGETOWN, S. C.
Pulp & Paper Technology

Sigma Nu Fraternity; Pershing Rifles; Fourdrinier Society; Intromural Foot-
ball and Softboll 2, 3, 4.

LARRY TOM COSTNER

CASAR, N. C.
Textiles

Delta Kappa Phi.

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VERNIE RICHARD COSTON

JACKSONVILLE, N C

Civil Engineering-Construction Option

HOMER PRESTON COULTER, JR.

GREENVILLE, S. C
Mathematics Education

Chi Beta Phi; Alpha Phi Omega Vice-Pres 4. Math & Science Club 4;

Lutheran Student Assn Furnian 1, 2.

LONNIE BERTIS COULTER, JR.

SALISBURY, N. C,
Industrial Arts-Tech. Option

Sigma Nu; Intramural Basketball and Softball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Bowl-
ing 2, 3, Intramurol Volleyball I, 2; Engr, Senator Student Government I.

MITTREY A. COURIE

KINSTON, N. C.
Mech. Engr.-Aero. Opt.

Pi Kappa Phi, IAS; Arnold Air Society.

WILLIAM EMMANUEL COUTOUZIS

FAYETTEVILLE, N C,
Mechanical Engineering

Mu Beta Psi; Treas 3; Band I, 2, 3, 4; ROTC 1,2, 3, 4.

GEORGE COUTURIER

RALEIGH, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME

JAMES LEWIS COVIL

WILMINGTON, N, C,
Civil Engineering

ASCE, YMCA

ROBERT LEWIS COWARDIN

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma, President; Phi Eta Sigma;
ASME; ARS. Veterans Assn.

JAMES FOSTER COX

GOLDSBORO, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball t, 2, 3, 4; ASCE.

HENRY DAVID CRANFILL

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Electricol Engineering

AIEE-IRE, Arnold Air Society 3, Deputy Operations Officer 4; Military
Boll Association 4

JAMES RODWELL CRAWLEY

JACKSONVILLE, FLA
Electrical Engineering

Sigma Chi, AIEE-IRE; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

RICHARD HORACE CROCKETT, JR.

AMES, IOWA
Chemical Engineering

Tau Bcto Pi; Arnold Air Society; AICHE.

WILLIAM MORRISON CROCKFORD

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Mu Beta Psi, Band I, 2; College Union Film Comm, I.

BOBBY HAROLD CROOM

ZEBULON, N. C.
Mechanical Eng.-Aero Option

Arnold Air Society; Inst, of Aero. Sciences; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Freshmon
Orientation Group Leader; Wing Staff AFROTC.

RICHARD DALLAS CROOM

RALEIGH, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Phi Koppo Tou

DANN SLAYDEN CROSS

WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

Pi Kappa Phi, ACS, AICHE, Arnold Air Society.

VERNARD RAY CROUSE

RALEIGH, N. C
Mechonicol Engineering

ASME

JAMES URIAH CROWDER, JR.

ASHEVILLE, N C
Mechanical Engineering

Phi Kappo Phi; Tou Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Vice President; Phi Eto Sigma;
ASME.

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KELLY RAYGENE CRUMP

LENOIR, N. C.
Industrial Arts Education

Kappa Phi Koppa, Epsilon Pi Tau. Vice-Pres. 4, lA Club I, 2, 3, 4 Voterons
Club 1, 2, 4,

ALTON BRAXTON CRUMPLER

GOLDSBORO, N. C
Geological Engineering

AIME; Deons List 3.

SAMUEL FRANKLIN CULBERSON

SILER CITY, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

Phi Etc Sigmo; Tau Beta Pi; AICHE; Corres. Sec, 4. Intromurol Athletic
Director 2, 3; Intromural Sports 1 , 2, 3, 4

JOHN KENNETH CULBRETH, JR.

WOODRUFF, S. C.
Textiles

Mu Beta Psi, Sec. 4; Delta Kappa Phi; The Textile Forum; Intramurals 1,
2, 3, 4; Secretary of Class, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4; Apollo Club,
Social Director of Dorm, 3.

JAMES THOMAS CULLINAN, JR.

CHERAW, S. C
Industrial Engineering

AIIE; Apollo Club; Newman Club; Southern Engineer, Intramurals I, 2;
Acquinas Club Sec. 2.

RONALD KENDALL CULP

BADIN, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Theta Tau,

RICHARD EVERETTE CURLEE

RALEIGH, N. C.
Industrial Arts-Tech. Option

Glee Club 3, 4; Apollo Club 4; Raleigh Oratorio Society Treos 3 4 lA
Club 3, 4; AIIE 1, 2.

THOMAS DAVIS CURRIE

RED SPRINGS, N. C,
Electrical Engineering

AIEE 3, 4, Veterans Assn

CHARLES EDGAR DANIELS

RALEIGH, N, C,
Textile Chemistry

Phi Psi; AATCC 3, Vice Pres. 4; YDC I, 2, 3; Veterans Assn. 1, 2; Tompkins
Textile Council Treas. ^; Alderman Vetville 4; Geigy Dyestuff Corp.
Scholarship.

GEORGE EDWARD DAUGHTRIDGE

ROCKY MOUNT, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME, Theto Tau

JIMMIE SOLOMON DAUGHTRY

SMITHFIELD, N, C.
Nuclear Engineering

Phi Eta Sigma; Scabbard & Blade,

Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beto Pi

ROBERT LAWRENCE DAUGHTRY

CONWAY, N, C,
Agricultural Education

CHARLES NORMAN DAVENPORT

CRESWELL, N, C,
Electrical Engineering

AIEE-IRE

AUBREY THOMAS DAVIS

HERTFORD, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

Phi Kappa Tau, Pres; Scabbard & Blade; Interfraternity Council; IPC Dance
Comm.; Intramurals; Drum & Bugle Corps; Band; Military Boll Assn.;
AICHE.

CLYDE WILSON DAVIS, JR.

PANTEGO, N. C
Mechanical Engineering

ASME,

CONRAD ALVIN DAVIS

LEAKSVILLE, N. C,
Mechanical Engineering

ASME, Asst Dorm Mgr,, Dorm Mgr.

JOHN RANDALL DAVIS, JR.

WILSON, N. C.
Industrial Engineering

JOHN RAY DAVIS

VASS, N. C.
Agricultural Engineering

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SENIORS

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MAX RAY DAVIS

FOREST CITY, N C.
Chemical Engineering

Tau Beta Pi; AICHE, YMCA Cabinet, Engineers Council.

ROBERT LEE DAVIS

SALISBURY, N. C.
Geologicol Engineering

Phi Eta Sigma; Golden Chain; Blue Key; Intromurals, 1 , 2, 3, 4; S.G.
Orientation Commission; Intcrfraternity Council Sec. & President: Rock-
hound Club; AIME. Pi Koppo Alpha.

DONALD MARTIN DAWKINS

ROCKINGHAM, N. C

Mechonical Engineering-Aero. Option

ASME, IAS.

JAMES MITCHELL DAWKINS

GREENSBORO, N. C.
Civil Engineering

A5CE

JAMES FRANCIS DEAL, III

LANDIS, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, IDC Sec,

WILLIAM RIX DEAN, JR.

LOUISBURG, N, C.
Agriculture Tech-Field Crops

Agronomv Club 3, 4,

CHARLES LACEY DeBOARD

GRASSY CREEK, N. C,
Mechanical Engineering

Scabbard & Blade, ASME 3, 4, ROTC I, 2, 3, 4.

JAMES CARL DeBREW

SHELBY, N, C,

Agricultural Tech-Dairy Husbandry

Al Club; Ag. Club.

JOSEPH MARTIN DeBRUHL

GOLDSBORO, N, C.
Civil Engineering

Pi Kappa Ptii, MPM, Tennis I, 2; Intromurols 1 , 2, 3, 4; ASCE.

RICHARD LOUIS DeCOSTE

BASKING RIDGE, N. J.
Civil Engineering

Tau Koppa Epsilon; ASCE.

WILLIAM MARTIN DELLINGER

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Scabbard & Blode, ASME

HAROLD POWELL DEW

RAEFORD, N. C.
Textiles

CU Dance Committee 2; Ttieatre Committee 2; Forum Committee 3, Acti-
vities Committee 4; International Club; Cafeteria Advisory Committee 4.
Intromurals 1, 2, 3.

CLYDE PHILLIP DICKENS

FUQUAY, N. C.
Agricultural Economics

Theto Ctii; Wrestling 3; High School Day Guide; AE Club 2, 3, 4.

JERRY BLAND DICKEY

BURLINGTON, N. C.
Geological Engineering

Rockhound Club, AIME.

MARTIN HILSMAN DODENHOFF

GREENVILLE, S. C.
Textiles

Sigma Nu; Phi Psi; Intromurals, 1, 2, 3, 4.

FELIX HILL DOVER

GASTONIA, N. C.

Textiles Chemistry & General Textiles

Phi Psi; AATCC

EVERETT COLEMAN DRAKE, JR.

BALDWIN, N. Y.

Textiles — Weaving & Design Option

Delta Kappa Phi, Sec. 3, 4, Kappa Tau Beta; Apollo Club; Editor Textile
Forum, 4; Intromurals I, 2, 3, 4; Tompkins Textile Council, Sec. 4.

WILLIAM CARL DRAKE

HENDERSONVILLE, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

Phi Eta Sigma; AICHE; Glee Club I; Intromurals, 1, 2.

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SENIORS

ROBERT ANDREW DRAUGHN

WILSON, N. C.
Mefollurgical Engineering

Sigma Nu, Sec. 4; Wrestling 1, 2; Student Govt. 3; Consolidated Univ.
Student Council 4; Amer. Soc. tor Metals 3, Otficer 4; Graduation Mar-
shall, 3.

WILLIAM FRANCIS DRINKARD, JR.

RALEIGH, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

Sigma Lambda Chi. Amer. Inst, ot Chem. Engs. Trees; 4.

GERALD THOMAS DRUM

GREENVILLE, N. C.
Civil Engineering-Const. Option

ASCE; Intromurals, 2, 3, 4

RICHARD TOLLIVER DUKE

SANFORD, N. C,
Mechanical Engineering

Sigma Nu: Intramurols 1, 2, 3, 4; Engineers Council 4; Apollo Club 4,
ASME; College Union Hobby Committee I, Sec 1,

JOHN WALTER DULIN

ROCKINGHAM, N. C.
Engineering Mathematics

Tau Beta Pi; Westminster Fellowship.

CECIL L. DUNCAN

CHAPEL HILL, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Theta Tau; Veterons Assn.

DAVID WALTER DUNCAN

HICKORY, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE; SAME.

DOUGLAS EUGENE EADES

MX. HOLLY, N. C.
Industrial Engineering

Southern Engineer, AllE; Veterans Club.

THEO O'NEAL EASON

WILMINGTON, N. C.
Industrial & Rural Recreation

Baseball 3, 4.

GEORGE ALBEN EASON

MACCLESFIELD, N. C.
Civil Engineering

WILLIAM HAROLD EDDINS

WADESBORO, N. C.
Agricultural Engineering

ASAE 3, 4; Al Club 3; Ag. Club 3, 4; Veterans Club 3, 4, (Wingate Col-
lege 1, 2; Sigma Alpha Omncon 2, Veterans Club 1, 2).

JAMES BARKSDALE EDMONDSON

ROANOKE RAPIDS, N, C.
Electrical Engineering

ALLEN EUGENE EDWARDS

SPRING HOPE, N. C.
Industrial Education

lA Club President- Vetville Football, Basketball, Volley Boll, Sott Ball,
2, 3, 4.

FRANKLIN THURMAN EDWARDS

GODWIN, N, C.
Agriculture-Wildlife

HILTON ALLEN EDWARDS

WASHINGTON, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering-Aero. Option

Inst of Aero. Sciences; CU House Comm, Chrm. 3; CU Outing Comm. I,
2; CU House Comm. 1 , 2, 3, 4; Billiords Team 2

JAMES HARRISON EDWARDS

GREENSBORO, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE-IRE.

JOHN PHILIP EDWARDS

PINETOPS, N. C.
Agriculture-Wildlife

JOHN THOMAS EDWARDS, JR.

SPRING HOPE, N. C.
Engineering Mothemotics

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THOMAS GERALD EDWARDS

MIDDLESEX, N C
Agricultural Education

GEORGE KLEARCHOS ELIADES

LUMBERTON, N. C.
Wood Prod. Mdsg.

Alpha Gamma Rho, Social Comm. 4, Flower Steward, 4; Nu Club; Order of
DeMolcy; Society of American Foresters; Forest Products Research Society;
American Forestry Assn; GOYA; Forestry Club; Nationol Rifle Assn; Track
Team 1 , 2, 4; Soccer Team 4; Intromurals 1 , 2; Interfroternity Sports 3,
4; GOYA Invitational Basketball Tournaments 2, 3, 4; YMCA Cabinet 1,
2; Freshman Group Leader 2; Drum & Bugle Corps 1 , 2; SFC 2; ROTC
Bugler of Guard 2; CU Dance Comm. 1; UN Delegate 2.

THOMAS M. ELLINGTON, JR.

ASHEVILLE, N. C.

Electrical & Industrial Engineering

Phi Kappa Tau, AIEE; AIIE; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Honors I, 2.

TROY DEAN ELLINGTON

GARY, N C
Electrical Engineering

RICHARD EPPES, JR.

HOPEWELL, VA,

Mechanical Engineering-Aero. Opt.

ASME; American Rocket Society; Society of Military Engineers; Institute of
Aeronautical Sciences

CAMPBELL DAVIS ESKRIDGE

SHELBY, N, C^
Forest Management

Veterans Club

JOHN WALTER ETCHISON

MOCKSVILLE, N. C.

Agriculture Tech-Dairy Husbandry

Dairy Judging Team 4, Animal Industry Club 3, 4,

WILLIAM EDWARD EVANS

KINSTON, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Kappa Sigmo

JOHN DAVID EVERETTE

ROCKY MOUNT, N. C,
Architecture

LAYTON JOHN EVERITT

DOVER, N. J,
Mechanical Engineering

Track 3, Manager, 4; TSME 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Veterans Club

3, 4

BERKWOOD MALCOLM FARMER

RINGGOLD, VA.
Agricultural Economics

Lambda Chi Alpha, Scabbard & Blade 3, 4, Agricultural Economics Club
3, 4; YMCA.

ROBERT SMITH FARRELL

GRAHAM, N, C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME; Technician, IDC Publicity Director.

AVERY DAVID FARY

SHACKLEFORDS, VA
Pulp & Paper Technology

Phi Eto Sigma; Fourdrinier Society; TAPPI.

CHARLES VANNON FAULKENBERRY

LOWELL, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE; Veterans Assn.

BERNARD WOODY FERGUSON

CLYDE, N. C.
Agriculture-Animal Husbandry

Farmhouse; School of Ag Senator 4; Agricultural Club, Animal Industry
Club; 4-H Club

DAVID JONAS FINKELSTAIN

LIMA, PERU
Civil Engineering

ASCE, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; CU International Comm. Chrm; Toostmosters Club;
Monogram Club.

HENRY LEE FISHER, JR.

MT. PLEASANT, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Alpha Phi Omega, 2, 4, Vice-Pres. 3; Sigma Pi Sigma Sec. 4; Amer. Inst,
of Physics 1 , 2, 3, 4; Amer. Nuclear Society 3, 4, Amer. Rocket Society 3,
4; Engineers Council 3, 4; Mu Beta Psi Vice-Pres; 4; Lutheran Student
Assn. 1, Treas. 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Band 2, 3, 4.

WILLIAM ALEXANDER FLOYD

HICKORY, N. C.

Heating and Air Conditioning

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Intromurals I, 2, 3, 4; ASHAC.

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RICHARD CONRAD FLUCK

SALISBURY, N. C.
Agricultural Engineering

Alcho Zeta; Tau Beta Pi, ASAE Natl. 1st. Vice-Pres.; A5AE reporter, Sec;
Engineers Council, Wm. H. Danforth Summer Fellowship.

MAXWELL BROOKS FOGLEMAN, II

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.
Industrial Engineering

Sigma Nu; AIIE; Intramurois I, 2, 3, 4; Engineers Fair 4, AFROTC Drill
Team t ,

BILLY THOMAS FUNDERBURK

MONROE, N, C.
Electrical Engineering

Veterans Assn. 2, 4; AIEE 3, 4; B5U Council 4, AIRE 4

RALPH LARRY FORBES

RALEIGH, N. C.
Rural Sociology

Alpha Gamma Rho; Intramurois 3, 4; Ag. Club

WILLIAM ROY FOSS

ADAIR, IOWA
Industriol Engineering

Blue Key; Golden Cham, Southern Engineer Advisory Bd. 2, 4, AIIE 1, 2, 4;
Pres. 3; Engineers Council Representative 2, 3, 4; Engineers Council Vice
Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Social Function Comm. 3, Engineers Fair Co-Chairmon 2.

FRED DANIEL FOSTER

HENDERSON, N. C.
Agriculturol Tech-Field Crops

Agronomy Club Sec 3, Chrm. Fair Booth 4; Agriculture Club; Student
Government Traffic Comm. 4.

NICK DUNCAN FOSTER

WILKESBORO, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering-Aero. Opt.

HERBERT CLYDE FOX, JR.

IAS.

ATLANTA, GA.
Civil Engineering

Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3, 4; Engineers Council 4; ASCE 3. 4.

JERRY HASSELL FOX

ROXBORO, N. C.
Wood Technology

Forest Products Research Society 2, 3, Pres. 4; Forestry Club 1, 2; Intra-
murois 2, 3, 4; Pat Brown Lumber Co. Scholarship.

THOMAS LEROY FRANCIS

WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
Zoology

intramurois 3, 4, Math. & Science Club 3, 4. Leopold Wildlife Club; Agri-
cultural Club; Dance Club 3, 4; Forestry Club; Glee Club; YDC; Deans
List; College Union Donee Comm, Social Comm. (Mors Hill Jr. College I, 2)

JACK MARTIN FRANK

PLYMOUTH, N. C.
Pulp and Paper Technology

LEON PARKS FRAZIER

STATESVILLE, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Amer. Society of Civil Engineers; Intramurois 1, 2, 3, 4, Engineers Foir
3, 4; Student Government Commission on Orientotion 2, 3.

WILLIAM MAX FRAZIER

STATESVILLE, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE.

JOSEPH MARK FREEMON, JR.

HIGH POINT, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Kappa Alpha; ASCE; Engineers Fair 3.

ALLEN JEFFERSON FULLER

LIBERTY, N. C.
Electrical Engineerin-^

Eto Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; AIEE-IRE; Veterans Assn ; YDC.

THOMAS AVON FULLER

RALEIGH, N. C.
Textiles

Kappa Tou Beta; Sigma Tou Sigma; Delta Kappa Phi, Vice-Pres. 4; Textile
Forum Co-Editor 4; Student Board of Publications 4; Burlington Industries
Scholarship 3, 4; Tompkins Textile Council 4.

JOHN DAVID FULTON

NORTON, VA.
Engineering Mathematics

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Vice Pres., Treas.; Phi Eta Sigma; Tou Beta Pi; Blue
Key; 30 & 3, Pres; Golden Chain Vice-Pres; Intramurois 1 , 2, 3, 4; Class
Sec. 2; Chrm Honor Code Board; Rep. to Student Govt.; CU Social Comm.
Rep; Nationol Student Congress Rep.

KENNETH RAY FUTREAL

ROCKY POINT, N. C.
Agricultural Education

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SENIORS

LEONARD MELVIN GALATI

ELIZABETH, N. J,
Mechantcol Engineering

MARVIN MOORE GALLOWAY

ASHEBORO, N. C
Mechanical Engineering

ASME; Veterans Club

CHARLES RAY GARDNER

GREENVILLE, N. C.

Textile Technology — Quolity Control Option

Delto Kappa Phi; Inrramuro's 3, All-Campus Table Tennis 3; Bond 1, 2, 3.

DONALD JULIUS GARDNER

DUNN, N, C.
Textiles

Phi Psi, Treas. 3, 4; Kappa Tau Beta, Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4.

WILLIAM WRIGHT GARDNER

RALEIGH, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Aqromeck Business Mgr. 4, Military Editor 3; Intra-
murals 2, 3, 4; AFROTC 4

JAMES THOMAS GARRETT

LIBERTY, N, C.
Agricultural Technology

Veterans Assn. YDC Horticulture Club; Agriculture Club, Dorm President;

IDC

WILLIAM RAY GARWOOD

COOLEEMEE, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

Scabbard 8. Blade; Football 1, 2, 3; Student Government 3, 4; Athletic
Council 4; Distinguished Military Student 4; Interfraternity Council 3;
AICHE 4

ROGER BURNS GASKINS

SANFORD, N, C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE-IR'E 4; Vetcrons Club 3, 4

CHARLES HOUSTON GAY

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Track 1; Student Government Orientation Comm. 2; Dance Comm. 3;
Cho'rman Dance Comm. 4; ASME 4,

CHARLES O'BRIANT GENTRY

CAVEL, N, C.
Textiles

AFROTC Marching Cadets 1; Dorm Vice-Pres. & Manager 3; IDC Rep. 3;

Social Director 4

RICHARD LEE GENTRY

REIDSVILLE, N. C.
Industrial Education

AIIE 3, 4, Veterans Assn I, 2

ROBERT MICHAEL GEORGE

RALEIGH, N. C.

Mechanical Engineering-Aero. Option

Sigma Chi Secretary; Technician 2, Inst, of Aero. Sciences Vice Pres;
Toastmosters Vice-Pres; Engineers Council; Campus Stores Advisory Comm;
Engineers Fair; Track I, 2

HYATT McDonald gibbs

N. WILKESBORO, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE; Phi Kappa Phi Vice Pres; Tau Beta Pi; Westminster Fellowship Vice
Pres; Westinghouse Achievement Scholor; (Mors Hill College, Philomathian
Literary Society, Asst. Ed. of Th^ Laurel, Sec. -Treas. of French Honor Club.)

GERALD WARREN GIBSON

LAURINBURG, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Phi Kappa Tau

RALPH GIBSON

STATESVILLE, N, C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE-IRE, YMCA, Veterans Club

HARRISON ALEXANDER GILES, JR.

ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Amer. Inst, of Physics

WILLIAM EDWIN GILLIAM

GRAHAM, N C
Mechanical Engineering

ASME

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN GILLIKIN, JR.

NEW BERN, N C.

Industrial Arts — Technical Option

Veterans Assn. I, 2, 3, 4, Amer. Society of Htg. & Air Cond. Engineers
1, 2; Industriol Arts Club 3, 4.

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SENIORS

Stanley Spencer Givetz

CARMEL, CALIF.
Mafhematics Education & Science Education

Phi Eta Sigma; Track 2, 3, Captain 4, Dorm Asst. Floor Manager 2, Math
& Science Club,

Spiro Nicholas Glares

GREENSBORO, N. C.
Mathematics Education

GEORGE DOUGLAS GLOVER

ELLENBORO, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE, Veterans Club

WILLIAM BREVARD GLOVER

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

AICHE.

HOMER JERRY GODFREY

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Ceramic Engineering

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Scabbard & Blade; Apollo Club; Agromeck Schools
Editor 2, 3; Business Mgr. 4; Intertraternity Sports 2, 3, 4; American
Ceramic Society; Board of Publications. 4.

ROBERT FISHER GOFF

AYDEN, N. C.
Furniture Mfg. & Mgt.

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Intromurals 1, 2, 3. Furniture Club Fraternity House
Mgr. 2, 3, Steward 3.

THOMAS HAYWOOD GOODIN, JR.

STATESVILLE, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Phi Eta Sigma; Campus Code Board Sr. Rep 4; CU Board of Directors Sr.
Rep 4; YMCA Executive Council 3; Cabinet Member 3; Christian Faith
& Heritage Comm Chrm 3.

JOHN MICHAEL GOODMAN

RALEIGH, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Phi Kappa Tau, Alum. Sec. 3; Football Mgr. 1; Intromurals ], 2, 3; CU
Dance Comm. 1; Amer. Inst, of Physics 3, 4.

CHARLES BUDDY GOODWIN

HIGH POINT, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Eta Kappa Nu; AIEE-IRE 1, 2, 3, 4; DeMolny 1, 2; CU Film Comm. 1;
Freshman Orientation Group Leader 3.

IRA CARROLL GORE

TABOR CITY, N. C.
Agricultural Education

Kappa Phi Koppa; Agricultural Education Club I, 2, 4.

CHARLES GOTUACO

RALEIGH, N. C.
Chemical & Textile Chemistry

Tau Kappa Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; AATCC Fraternity, Cosmopolitan Club,
International Club; Newmon Club,

WILLIAM GEORGE GRAHAM

ENFIELD, N. C.
Mathematics Education

J. D. GREENE

RALEIGH, N. C.
Nucleor Engineering

Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Pi Sigma Corres. Sec; AlP

ROGER ALLEN GREGG

LENOIR, N. C.
Metallurgical Engineering

Sigmo Nu

JAMES DWIGHT GREGSON, JR.

LIBERTY, N. C.
Industrial Arts

Koppa Phi Kappa Trees. 4; Epsilon Pi Tau; YDC; School of Education
Marshall 3; Industrial Arts Club; Deans List 3; NCIAA; AIAA

JAMES COLEMAN GREINER

RICHMOND, VA.
Industrial & Rural Rec.

Rho Phi Alpha Vice Pres; Alpha Phi Omega Vice Pres; Soundings Staff;
WKNC, Intromurals 1, 2, Officiol 3, 4; Apollo Club; YDC; Raleigh Canter-
bury Club Vice Pres; Orientation Group Leader; CU Hobby Committee,

HARRY GLENROY GRIER, JR.

GASTONIA, N. C.
Furniture Manufacturing & Management

Forest Products Research Society; Furniture Club,

HARRY CLINTON GRIMMER

WILLARD, N. C
Industrial Engineering

Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Pi Mu Recording Sec 4; AIIE President 4; Intromurals
3; Motion & Time Study Exhibit tor Engineers Foir & High School Day
Chairman; Veterons Club; Color Photography Contest 1st Prize, I.

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SENIORS

WILLIAM ROBERT GUFFEY

GREENSBORO, N. C,
Industrial Engineering

Pershing Rifles 1 , 2, 3, 4, Commander 4; Scabbard & Blade 3, 4; Intro-
murals 1, 2; Student Government Comm. Orientation 3, 4, Sociol Comm.
4; Military Ball Assn. Vice Pres. 4; Amer. Inst, of Ind. Engineers 3, 4.

CARLOS DARIO GUTIERREZ

MEXICO, D. F.
Chemical Engineering

Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; AICHE Student Chapter; CU International Comm.

RICHARD CLARKE GWALTNEY

DURHAM, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Pi Tou Sigma; ASME; Engineers Council.

HASDAY HABIB

HABAWA, CUBA

Textile & Chemical Engineering

Sigma Alpha Mu, Sigmo Tou Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Omegram; Inter-
frofernity Volley Boll I, 2, 4, Toosfmosters; IPC Housing Committee.

ASA HAUL HADDOCK, JR.

HOOKERTON, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

SIMON BROWN HAGER

STANLEY, N. C.
Civil Engineering

DARLE GRAY HAGWOOD

RALEIGH, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE 3, 4.

NAIM HAKIMBABA

TEHERAN, IRAN
Textiles

WILLIAM ALEXANDER HALL, JR.

HICKORY, N, C.
Textiles

GEORGE WAYNE HALLMAN, JR.

CHARLOTTE, N C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME 4,

ALLAN HAMMER

BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME; Intramural Hondlboll 1.

PHILIP EDWARD HAMRICK

BOILING SPRINGS, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

CHARLES WILLARD HANNAH

CLYDE, N. C.

industrial Arts-Tech. Opt.

Blue Key

AMOS DALTON HARDEE

GRIMESLAND, N. C.
Mech. Eng.-Aero. Option

WILLIAM KNOWLTON HARDING, JR.

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Industrial Engineering

Amateur Radio Club Sec-Treas; W4ATC, 4; AIIE.

ALVIN McGOWAN HARDISON

WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
Mathematics Education

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4.

JOHN PAUL HARDISTER, JR.

KANNAPOLIS, N. C.
Wildlife Biology

Tou Alpha Sigma; Leopold Wildlife Club 2, 3, 4; Veterans Assn.

TASSO HARITOS

HACKENSACK, N. J.
Civil Engineering

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SENIORS

BOB VERNON HARRIS

MORGANTON, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

AICHE.

JERRY SANDERS HARRIS

WASHINGTON, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu, Vice Pres. 4; Phi Etc Sigma;
Scabbard & Blade; Alpha Phi Omega; BSU; AIEE-IRE, Jt. Student Branch;
College Bond I; ROTC.

VERNON LAFAYETTE HARRIS

E, TUSCALOOSA, ALA.
Nuclear Engineering

BRUCE ARTHUR HARRISON

QUITMAN, GA.
Agricultural Science & Wildlife

Tau Alpha Sigma, Gamma Sigma Delta; Intercollegiate Billards 2, 3, 4;
Leopold Wildhte Club.

ROBERT CRAWFORD HARRISON

ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.
Civil Engineering

Swimming 1, 2, 3; Monogram Club; ASCE; Dorm Sociol Director.

KEITH RAYMOND HARROD

RALEIGH, N. C.
Civil Engineering

RALPH WILLIAM HART

LANCING, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

GENE WESLEY HARTSELL

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME; Intramurals 3; (Pfeiffer College)

EVERETTE FILMORE HARTZOG

FLEETWOOD, N. C.
Agricultural Education

GEORGE WILLIAM HARTZOGE

HICKORY, N. C.
Geological Engineering

CU House Comm. 1 , 2, 3, 4.

JAMES ROBERT HARVEY

PACOLET, S. C.
Chemical Engineering

AICHE, Pres. Vice-Pres. of Southern Reg. Conf. of AICHE.

JAMES BLISS HARWARD

WADESBORO, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE.

BOYCE WAYNE HARWELL

NEWTON, N. C.
Industrial Engineering

Sigma Nu; AIIE; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Campus Softball 1; IPC Rep;
Orientotion Commission,

FREDERICK SAYRE HASENOEHRL

RALEIGH, N. C.
Forest Management

ALBERT MAYO HATTAWAY, JR.

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Wood Prod. Mdsa.

Forest Products Reseorch Society.

JOHN REID HAUSER

Electrical Engineering

ADVANCE, N. C.

Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Eta Kappa Nu, Corr. Sec;

AIEE; Honors Program; Burlington Industries Scholarship; BSU Treas.

JAMES RALPH HAWKINS, JR.

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Electrical Engineering & Engineering Math.

AIEE-IRE; Comm. Chrm.; Veterans Club.

WILLIAM RAINEY HAWKINS, JR.

DURHAM, N. C.
industrial Arts-Tech. Option

Delta Kappa Phi; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

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JIMMY VINCENT HAWLEY

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE-IRE, Veterans Club.

THOMAS ROBERT HAY, JR.

ANDREWS, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Delta Sigma Phi, Sec. 4; AIEE 3, 4; CU House Comm. 2, 3, Chrm 4.

JAMES MALCOLM HAYS

HAMILTON, OHIO

Pulp & Paper Technology

Sigma Nu, Fourdnnier Society, Glee Club 1,

JOHN FRANKLIN HEAFNER

CHERRYVILLE, N, C.
Engineering Mathematics

RICHARD LEE HEDGECOCK

ASHEEORO, N. C,

Civil Engineering — Construction Option

Veterans Club, Trees; ASCE, Engineers Council; Civil Eng. Dept. Engineers
Exposition Co-Chrm. 4,

DALE BRYCE HEDRICK

LEXINGTON, N. C,
Dairy Manufacturing

Agriculturalist Bus. Mgr. 4, Circulation Staff 3; Track 1; Intramurols 2,
3, 4; Glee Club I, 2; Agriculture Club I, 2, 3, 4; Animol Industry Club
I, 2, 3, 4; YDC 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1; Natl. Block & Bridle Club.

BENNY WALLACE HELTON

HENDERSONVILLE, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE.

KENNETH DEAN HENDERSON

SPINDALE, N. C.
Forest Management

Society of Amer. Foresters; Forestry Club.

LEON HENDERSON, JR.

WASHINGTON, D. C.
Engineering Mathematics

Sigma Alpha Ensi'on Phi Eta Sigma Vice Pres; Agromeck Class Editor
3; Intramurols I, 2, 3, 4; All-Campus Swimming 1; Judicial Board 2; CU
Games Comm. Sec. I; Delegate to NSA Reg. Meet 1, 2, 3, Exec. Sec.
Carolinas-Va. Region 3; AlP 1, 2; Apollo Club.

PETER BRUCE HENDERSON

RALEIGH, N. C.
Engineering Mathematics

HERBERT CARLISLE HENLEY, JR.

CHAPEL HILL, N. C.
Mathematics Education

Kappa Phi Koppo; Phi Kappo Phi; Intramurols 1, 2, 3, 4; Trock 3; Toast-
masters Club I, Math & Science Club 4; Head Cheerleader 3.

RONALD HOLLAND HENSON

FOREST CITY, N. C.
Engineering Mathematics

IAS 3, Sec. 4; CU Sociol Comm. 3.

CELESTINO HERES

COLON. MATANZAS, CUBA
Mathematics Education

International Club; Newmon Club.

THOMAS WOODROW HERRING

LqGRANGE, n. c.
Civil Engineering

JAMES DANIEL HEWETT

SHALLOTTE, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Scabbard & Blade 3, 4; AlP 2, 3, Amer. Nuclear Society 4.

THOMAS LEE HEWITT

NEWTON, N. C.

Mechanical Engineering-Aero. Option

Sigmo Nu; IAS; Engineers Fair; Honor Code Board 3, 4.

ROBERT FREEMAN HIBBARD

RALEIGH, N. C,

Heating & Air Conditioning

Delta Sigma Phi, Alum, Newsletter 3, Scabbord & Blade, PIO 3, Captain 4,
I nterfr eternity Football 3, 4; Intramural Football 1 ; Amer. Society of
Heating, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Engineers.

OSCAR HALLETT HILBURN

COUNCIL, N. C.
Agricultural Education

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DANIEL ALEXANDER MILLIARD

RALEIGH, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

IRC

EDWARDS REID HINSON

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Pulp and Paper Technology

Sigmo Alpha Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; Order of 30 & 3; Xi Sigma Pi; Blue
Key; Corres. Sec; Scabbard & Blade, Treas; Apollo Club; Fourdrinier
Society; Rifle Teom 2, 3; Army Rifle Teem Captain 4; Student Government
1, 2; Compus Book Store, 3; Compus Code Board 3; Clerk 4; TAPPI.

JACK DEMPSEY HINSON

FAIR BLUFF, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; YDC, Amer. Inst, of EE.

JOHN DANIEL HINTON

ROCKY MOUNT, N. C
Heoting & Air Conditioning

ROBERT LEWIS HOFFMAN

GLOUCESTER POINT, VA,
Botany

Phi Eta Sigma

ALFRED GEORGE HOFMANN

N. Y., N. Y,
Pulp & Paper Technology

Phi Epsilon Pi; Intramurols 1, 2; Lutheran Student Assn 1, 2, 3; Fourdri-
nier Society.

JESSE TYLER HOLDEN

PISGAH FOREST, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

HOWARD EUGENE HOLDER

ANDREWS, N. C.
Engineering Mathematics

ROBERT HUNTER HOLLADAY

SUFFOLK, VA.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME,

ALFRED RAY HOLLOWELL

PLYMOUTH, N. C.
Forest Management

Forestry Club; (UNC I, 2 — Gymnastics 1, 2, Rifle Team 1, 2; Drum & Bugle
Corps 1, 2).

IRWIN RICHARD HOLMES, JR.

DURHAM, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Eto Kappa Nu; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals; AIEE-IRE

EARL THOMAS HOLT

SALISBURY, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

EDWARD FRANKLIN HOLT

SALISBURY, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE; Scabbard & Blade

CHESTER ARTHUR HONEYCUTT, JR.

ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Wood Technology

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Furniture Club; Forest Products Research Society;
Advanced ROTC; Intramurals; All- Campus Football.

WINSTON THOMPSON HOOKER

AURORA, N. C
Mechanical Engineering

ASME 3, 4. Engineers Council 4, Fair Chrm 4; Intramurals I, Summer
School Judicial Board 3; Veterans Assn. 2, 3

WILLIAM OSCAR HOOKS

FREMONT, N. C.
Industrial Arts — Tech. Option

Industrial Arts Club; Veterans Assn.

JOHN DEMPSEY HOPSON

MIMPRO, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Mors Hill Jr. College 1, 2.

HORACE BLAINEY HORD

SHELBY, N. C.
Agricultural Technology

Agricultural Economics Club Treas. 4; WUNC-TV Farm Market News 4;
CU Hobby Comm. 3.

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CALVIN JUNIOR HOUGHTON

RALEIGH, N, C.
Science Educotion

SAMUEL GILES HOUSE

LINCOLNTON, N. C,
Electrical Engineering

AIEE-IRE, Athletic Director for Dorm 2; Vice-Pres. of Dorm 2; IDC.

WILBUR GREEN HOWARD

KINSTON, N. C.
Animal Husbandry

Mason; WOW; Al Club Sec.

JULIAN WILLIE HOWELL

HERTFORD, N. C.
Forest Management

jntromurals Official 3, 4; Dorm. Bowling 3, 4; Forestry Club; Society of
American Foresters,

MARVIN EUGENE HOWELL

OAK CITY, N. C.
Dairy Manufacturing

Phi Kappo Phi, Phi Etc Sigma; Gamma Sigma Delta Sophomore Award;
Agricultural Club; Al Club; Dairy Products Judging Team; Borden Award;
Talent'For Service Scholarship; Marshall; Advanced ROTC; Distinguished
Military Student,

RICHARD THOMAS HUBER

RALEIGH, N. C.

Agricultural Science — Wildlife Biology

Tau Alpha Sigma, Forestry Club 2, Wildlife Club 2, 3, Treas. 4

HUGH DOUGLAS HUDGINS

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Delta Sigma Phi

HARRY H. HUDSON

WAXHAW, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE 2, 3, 4 (Natl.); Student Branch AIEE-IRE 3, 4; Dorm Basketball &
Volleyball 2

LOWELL THOMAS HUDSON

WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
Industrial Educotion

Veterans Club 1, 2; lA Club 3, 4

NED YADKIN HUDSON

CONCORD, N. C.
Agricultural Education

Agricultural Education Club.

WILLIAM LAFAYETTE HUDSON

ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C.
Industrial Arts — Tech. Opt.

Industrial Arts Club

DONALD ROBERT HUFFMAN

LILESVILLE, N. C.

Agricultural Business — Horticulture

Horticulture Club; Agriculture Club, Ag, Ec. Club; (UNC 1,2 — Uniy. Party
1, 2).

CHARLES EDWARD HUFFSTETLER

MT. HOLLY, N. C.
Textile Chemistry

Sigma Tau Sigma; Phi Psi, AATCC, Apollo Club; Orientation Group Leader
3; (Mors Hill 1)

GEORGE ROSCOE HUGHES

ASH, N. C.
Horticulture

RICHARD MURRAY HULTZ

CINCINNATI, OHIO
Mathematics Educotion

Soccer 2; Athletic Director 4, Intromurols 1, 2, 3, 4; Math & Science Club;
Newman Club.

WILLIAM HICKS HUMMEL

DURHAM, N. C.
Textiles

Sigmo Alpha Epsilon; Phi Psi 3, 4, Corres. Sec; YDC.

THOMAS MONTAGUE HUNT, JR.

DURHAM, N. C.

Civil Engineering — Const. Opt.

THOMAS GILES HUNTER

GRAHAM, N. C.
Forest Management

CU Outing Comm. Chrm. 3; 4; Forestry Club 2, 3, Program Chairman 4;

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GEORGE ANDREW HURST

VERONA, N. J.
Agricultural Science — Wildlife Biology

Athletic Director Dorm 3; Dorm Floor Manager 3, Forestry Club 1; Leopold
Wildlife Club 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3.

CHARLES EUGENE HUTCHENS

SANFORD, N. C.
Textiles

Thcto Tau, Treos.

ANDREW JOHN M. HUTCHINS. JR.

CANTON, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Phi Eta Sigma; Chi Epsilon, Sec. 4; Tau Beta Pi; Soccer I, 2, 3, Co-Captain
4; Atlontic Coast Conference Honor Holl 2; Intramurals 1, 2; Monogram
Club 2, 3, Secretary 4; ASCE; Co-Editor of "On The Level"; Deans List.

ROY AUSTIN HUTCHINS

GASTON lA, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

DeMoloy, Jr. Councilor, AlCHE; Wesley Foundotion; YMCA, 1; CU Film
Comm I; Intramurals.

BILLY EUGENE INMAN

PILOT MOUNTAIN, N. C,
Mechanical Engineering

A5ME.

JARAL INTARANGSI

CHIANGMAI, THAILAND
Industrial Engineering

THOMAS MEADE IRVIN

BROOKVILLE, PA.
Wood Products Merchandising

Forest Products Research Society; Veterans Club,

RAY EUGENE JACKSON

MOUNT AIRY, N. C.
industrial Arts — Tech. Option

Industrial Arts Club 4; Intramurals 3.

MARSHALL EZRA JENNETTE

NORFOLK, VA.
Civil Engineering — Construction Option

ASCE,

JOHN STANLEY JENNINGS

HICKORY, N. C.
Forest Management

Westminister Fellowship

JAN STEWART JENSEN

ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Sigma Pi, Pres, 4; Chi Epsilon, Treas. 4; ASCE; Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Freshman
Group Leoder.

FREDERICK ROBERT JETTER

HOLLIS, N. Y.
Civil Engineering — Const. Opt.

Athletic Director of Dorm 4; Intromurols I, 2, 3, 4.

BILLY GRAYSON JOHNSON

RAMSEUR, N. C.
Agriculture Tech. — Dairy Husbandry

YMCA ], 2, 3, 4; YMCA Cabinet 1, 2, 3, Agriculture Club 1 , 2, 3, 4;
Agriculture Fair Sec. 2; Al Club I, 2, 3, 4; Collegiote 4-H Club I, 2, 3.

CHARLES ARTHUR JOHNSON

ASHEVILLE, N.C.
Chemical Engineering

Amer. Inst, of Chemical Engineers; Veterans Club; Dorm Social Director
3, Dorm Pres, & Mgr. 4.

DAN CARY JOHNSON

ROCKY MOUNT, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME; Technician Staff; AFROTC, B5U Council

EDWARD JAMES JOHNSON

WALLACE, N. C.
Mechanized Agriculture

Mechanized Agriculture Club 3, Reporter 4.

HERBERT SPENCER JOHNSON, JR.

GREENSBORO, N. C.
Textiles

Textile Forum; Veterans Assn.

HERBEE MARTIN JOHNSON, JR.

CROSSNORE, N. C.
Forest Management

Farmhouse; Alpha Zeto; Forestry Club 1, 2, 4, Sec. 3; SAF.

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JOE DURWOOD JOHNSON

FOUR OAKS, N C
Agriculture — Field Crops

JOHN HICKS JOHNSON

RALEIGH, N, C,
Civil Engineering

Pi Koppa Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, Theta Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon,
Football 1, 2, 3

WILLIAM RANSOM JOHNSTON

RALEIGH, N. C
Animol Husbandry

Kappa Alpha, Animal Industry Club; Block & Bridle Club, Intramurals

I, 2, 3, 4; Tau Beta Chi 2, 3, 4.

CLAUDE ERVIN JONES

MORGANTON, N, C.
Engineering Physics

Pre- Vet Club I; CD Summer School Comm. Chrm. 3, Film Comm. 2, 3, 4;
AlP 4.

CLIFTON PATRICK JONES

KINSTON, N. C.

Industrial Arts — Tech. Opt.

Industrial Engineering Club I, 2; Industrial Arts Club 3, 4.

JAMES FREDERICK JONES

SCOTLAND NECK, N. C
Mechanical Engineering

ASME

MALCOLM DAVID JONES

LAURINBURG, N, C.
Electrical Engineering

Phi Eta Sigmo, Veterans Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; AIEE; Apollo Club; IRE.

ALFRED WILMER JORDAN

WELDON, N, C.

Mechanical Engineering — Aero. Option

Phi Eta Sigma; IAS

CHARLES LEE JORDAN, III

LAURINBURG, N. C.
Industrial Engineering

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pres., Vice-Pres., Sec, Warden; Phi Eta Sigma; 30 & 3;
Blue Key; Golden Chain, Treas; Agromeck 1, 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief 4;
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; All-Campus, Orientation Comm. 2, 3; AIIE; Student
Govt. 1, 2, 3; Campus Welfare Comm, Chrm.; Apollo Club; Honor Code
Board 4; Graduation Marshall.

STELLA JOSEPH

LIMA, PERU

Engineering Moth & Physics

International Comm, Sec I, 2, 4, Hospitality Comm. 4, Group Leader 4.

TERENCE WEEKS JOSEPH

TARBORO, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME.

ARNOLD LUMSDEN JOSLIN

RALEIGH, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME; Br'er Baptist, The Encounter, Art Editor; Intramurals 1, 2; Bands
Pres, 5; Marching Bond 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Symphonic Band 3, 4, 5; B5U

I, 2, 3, 4, 5

DONALD MAX JOYCE

HIGH POINT, N. C.
Textiles

Phi Psi, Sigma Tau Sigma, Treas, 4.

ROBERT ALLEN JUSTUS

HENDERSONVILLE, N, C,
Mechanical Engineering

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Arnold Air Society; ASME,

WILLIAM EARL KEEL

WASHINGTON, N, C,
Industrial Engineering

Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Phi Omega; ASIE; YDC; YMCA, Activities Comm,;
International Comm; Forum Comm,; Library Comm.

WILLIAM RONALD KEEN

RICH SQUARE, N, C,
Mathematics Education

Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, All-Campus 3; Dorm Pres, 3, 4; Inferdorm,
Council Pres, 4; IDC Ball Comm, 3.

ROBERT CEBE KEEVER

RALEIGH, N, C,
Electrical Engineering

Westminster Fellowship; IRE; Veterans Assn,

WILLIAM WHITEHEAD KELLY

WINSTON-SALEM, N C,
Industrial Engineering

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THOMAS DICKSON KENDRICK

CHARLOTTE, N^ C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME

JACK CRAIG KENNEDY

THOMASVILLE, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

BRYCE McNEELY KEPLEY

SALISBURY, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE 2, 3, 4; W4ATC Radio Club 2,

JACK CURNIS KEY

ROBBINS, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Sigma Chi, Bcseball 1, 2, Intromurals 1, 2, 3, 4; AFROTC Drill Team 1,
2; AFROTC Rifle Team I, 2; YMCA I, 2; YDC 3, 4; Student Government
I; A5CE I, 2; Track 1, 2.

ROBERT NORMAN KEY

MT. AIRY, N, C.
Electrical Engineering

Tou Beta Pi; IRE

PAUL LANDIS KEYES

ASHLAND, VA,
Agricultural Science — Zoology

Intromurals 4; Dorm Sec. 4; Alpha Phi Omega 3, Program Chrm, 4
Leopold Wildlife Club 3.

ROBERT LEE KEYSER

BURLINGTON, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE-IRE, Ncwmon Club Vice Pres.

BOBBY GRAY KIGER

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Delta Sigma Phi; Phi Koppo Phi; Tou Beta Phi; Pi Tau Sigma; Phi Eta
Sigma; Scabbard & Blade; Advanced ROTC; Distinguished Military Student;
ASME, Engineering Honors Program.

HERMAN MONROE KIGER, JR.

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Tau Beta Pi; Intromurals 3, 4; ASME; Alderman, Vetville Council 3;
Veterans Club 3, 4; YMCA 3, 4; CU Film Comm. 3; Stud. Govt. Traffic
Comm. 4; Engineers Fair 3, 4.

RIVES BRINN KIMREY, JR.

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Textiles — Synthetics Option

Delta Kappa Phi; Kappa Tou Beta Treos.; DeKap Asso. Editor; School
of Textiles Open House Guide 2, 3, 4.

ALLEN CALHOUN KING

SALISBURY, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME

STANLEY ROSS KING

LITTLETON, N. C.
Agricultural Tech. — Agricultural Engineering

Intromurals 2, 3, 4; Veterans Club 2, 3, 4; Mechanized Agriculture Club
2, 3, Sec. 4; Dorm Floor Mgr. 4.

CAREY ALBERT KINNEY

WILSON, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME.

CHARLES GORDON KIRKMAN

MOCKSVILLE, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Theta Chi; IFC Rep.

THOMAS WILSON KIRKPATRICK

CLYDE, N. C.
Pulp & Paper Technology

Scabbard & Blade; Fourdrinier Society; Wesley Foundation S. S. Pres.;
Military Science.

LOUIS ARNOLD KISER, JR.

RALEIGH, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Kappa Sigma; ASME 3, 4; Intromurals I, 2, 3, 4

BENJAMIN UPCHURCH KITTRELL

KITTRELL, N. C.
Agricultural Education

Formhouse; Alpha Zefo; Kappa Phi Koppo, Pres. 4; 30 & 3; Blue Key;
Golden Chain; "Agriculturist" Staff; Ag. Club Vice Pres. 3; Ag. Ed. Club
Sec 2, Treos. 3, Pres. 3; Student Govt. 3, Treas 4; YDC

LARRY ELMO KLUTZ

BOONE, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Sigma Upsilon Alpha; AlP; Amer. Rocket Society; CU House Comm.

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ROBERT GAIL KNOWLES

WILSON, N, C.

Agriculture & Biology Chemistry

HADEN EDWARD KNOX

DAVIDSON, N. C.
Agricultural Education

Alpho ZetQ, Golden Chain, 30 & 3; Blue Key; Kappo Phi Kappa; Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Pres. 2; Class Vice-Pres. 1; Student Govt. Pres.
4, Vice Pres- 3, Senator; College Union Social Comm. Chrm 3, Board
of Directors; Agriculture Club; Agricultural Education Club; YDC, YMCA,
Cabinet; Apollo Club, Athletic Council, Board of Publications.

RICHARD DOUGLAS KNOX

GREENSBORO, N. C.
Zoology

Sigma Alpha Epsllon; Mu Beta Psi; Editor Slabs & Edgings 1; Band 1, 2;
Orchestra 1, 2; Drum Molor 2; AFROTC Coptain; Leopold Wildlife Club.

ROBERT ALEXANDER KNOX

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Agricultural Education

Intrcmurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Agricultural Education Club I, 2, 4, Treas. 3;
Agriculture Club 1 , 2

NICHOLAS BENNETT KOEPP-BAKER

HIGHLANDS, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

THEODORE PHINEAS KONKLE

HIGH POINT, N. C.
Geological Engineering

AIME; Rockhound Club Vice Pres, 4; Scabbard 8. Blade, Advanced ROTC.

ROBERT WILLIAM KOST, JR.

CHAPEL HILL, N. C.
Forest Monogement

Kappa Alpha; Swimming Team I, 2

MICHAEL RICHARD KOWALCZYK

CLIFTON, N. J.
Nuclear Engineering

Keramos; Air Force Inst, of Tech. Student,

THOMAS WAYNE KRIMMINGER

MT. PLEASANTS, N. C.
Ceramic Engineering

Delta Sigma Phi; Keramos; Tau Beto Pi; Judicial Board; Campus Code
Boord, Clerk.

GANGARAM KOTUMAL KRIPALANI

NEW DELHI, INDIA
Agriculture

WILLIAM JOHN KROPP

FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS

Furniture Manufacturing & Management

Sigmo Alpha Epsilon.

FAYSAL SAID KUBLAWI

MONT. STR., LEBANON
Electrical Engineering

International Club, AIEE, AIR

JAMES ROBERT LAMBERT, JR.

RALEIGH, N. C.
Recreation & Parks Adm.

DeMoloy, Notional Recreation Society; Freshman Baseball I, Intromurols
2, 3, 4; Intramural Supervisor 4, Intramural Refree 3, 4; YDC 3.

RAY ALLEN LAMBERT

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Vetville Council 3, 4; AIEE 3, 4.

GEORGE BARRY LAMM

WILSON, N. C.
Architecture

CD Photography Comm. 1.

JAMES WILSON LANCASTER

RED SPRINGS, N. C.
Textiles

Baseball I, 2, 3, 4; Floor Mgr 3; Athletic Director 2, 3.

DORIS FLORENCE LANE

CAMAGUEY, CUBA
Industrial Engineering

AIIE 2, 4, Sec. 3, Engineering Council 3; CU Theatre Comm. 2, Hospi-
tality Comm. 2, 3, 4; Internotional Comm. 3, 4.

JAMES HECTOR LANGDON, JR.

BENSON, N. C.
Agricultural Education

Agricultural Education Club.

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LACY FLEMING LANDON

ANGIER, N. C,
Mechanical Engineering

ThetQ Chi; ASME; Skeet Shooting Champion 2, 3; YDC; Summer School
Comm.

RAEFORD EARL LANGDON

SMITHFIELD, N. C.
Field Crops

Alpha Phi Omega; Agronomy Club; Intromurols 1, 2, 3, 4.

JAMES AVON LANIER

BUNN LEVEL, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE; Natl; AIEE-IRE 4; Veterans Club 3, 4

ROBERT LEE LANKFORD

KANNAPOLIS, N. C
Industrial Arts — Tech. Option

Industrial Arts Club.

DALE ERNEST LARSEN

BUFORD, NORTH DAKOTA
Nuclear Engineering

Veterans Club; ANS.

ROBERT HAY600D LASSETER

MIAMI, FLA.
Architecture

LEONARD E. LAVITT

FLUSHING, N. Y.
Industrial Engineering

Sigma Alpha Mu, Pres., Annual Editor; Blue Key Treas,; Alpha Pi Mu
Treas.; Phi Eta Sigma; AIIE, WVWP, IPC Intramurols, Interfroternity
Council Publicity Chrmn.

JOHN ANTHONY LAWRENCE

HEIDELBERG, Pa.
Industrial Arts — Tech. Option

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3; Dorm Vice Pres. 3; Newman Club;
Monogram Cub 2, 3, 4.

LARRY KING LAWRENCE

MARION, N. C.
Forest Management

Forestry Club; Society of Amer. Foresters, Amer. Forestry Assn., Intra-
murol Football 3, 4; Farmhouse.

ROY EUGENE LEACH

JULIAN, N. C.
Forestry Management

Forestry Club; Apollo Club.

FRANK DAVID LEATHERMAN

LINCOLNTON, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE-IRE; Basketball 1, 2; Football 1, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3

STUART RANDALL LeCROY

ROCKY MOUNT, N. C.
Engineering Mathematics

CARL EUGENE LEDFORD

GASTON lA, N. C.
Industrial Arts — Tech. Option

CLAUDE ESBEN LEE, JR.

BURLINGTON, N. C,
Mechanical Engineering — Aero. Option

DONALD ROSS LEE

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Architecture

ROBERT BARLOW LEE

LAURINBURG, N. C.
Industrial Arts — Tech. Option

WING-KAI LEE

HONG KONG, CHINA
Textile Chemistry — Chemical Engineering

BENJAMIN ELIAS LEMONS

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

Theto Tau; AICHE.

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CLIFTON EUGENE LEMONS

GREENSBORO, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME

RICHARD KENNETH LEMONS

DRAPER, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME; IAS

RUFUS NELSON LEONARD

WAKE FOREST, N. C^
Agriculture

CHARLES FRANKLIN LETCHWORTH

KINSTON, N, C.
Agricultural Engineering

ASAE; 4-H Club.

JAMES ALBERT LEWIS, JR.

DUNN, N. C.

Recreation & Parks Adm.

Kappa Phi Kappa, Ro Phi Alpha; Intromurals 1, 2, 3, 4; IDC Officer;
YMCA Cabinet 2,

HUGO OSCAR LIEM, JR.

CONOVER, N, C,
Civil Engineering

ASCE 3, 4.

JAMES HARVEY LILLEY

GATESVILLE, N. C.

Agriculture

Meot 8. Milk Bus, Mgr, 4; Intromurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Livestock Judging
Team 4. Al Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Agriculture Club 1, 4.

THOMAS FREDERICK LILLY

BURLINGTON, N. C.
Industrial Engineering

Alpha Phi Omega, Trcas. 3; AIIE,

JAMES REGINALD LINER

HILLSBORO, N. C,
Field Crops

Agronomy Club; Agricultural Club; Student Govt. Rep. 2; YMCA Cobinet
2, Ag. Ed Club Custodian I; Intramural Basketball 4.

ROBERT DICKY ROSS LITTLE, JR.

WADESBORO, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

CHARLES SIDNEY LIVENGOOD

SALISBURY, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Sigma Phi Epsilon, ASME, Tennis 1; Intromurals 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Compus
Tennis 2, 3.

ROMULUS ODELL LIVENGOOD

SALISBURY, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME; Lees-McRae Jr. College 1, 2.

WAYNE THOMAS LIVENGOOD

CARTHAGE, N. C.
Agricultural Education

HENRY PRESTON LOCKE

WASHINGTON, D. C.
Industrial Arts — Tech. Option

Kappa Alpha

JOHN JOEL LOCKE

ENFIELD, N. C.
Agriculture

Sigma Chi Alum, Chrmn,, Ritual Comm., Pledge Troiner, President; Intro-
murals 1, 2, 3

ROBERT JONES LOFTIN

THOMASVILLE, N. C.
Engineering Physics

Engineers Council; AlP, Rec. Sec,

GEORGE EDMUND LOHR, JR.

LINCOLNTON, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE.

FOREST STEVENSON LONG

STATE ROAD, N. C.

Agriculture Science — Wildlife Biology

Leopold Wildlife Club; Intromurals 2, 3, 4,

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PAUL FRONEBERGER LONG

BESSEMER CITY, N^ C.
Engineering Mathematics

Tau Beta Pi; Intramural Tennis 3, 4; Veterans Assn. 2, 4, Math Club 2,
3, Trees. 4; YMCA 3, 4.

RICHARD BRUCE LONG

WlNSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Mathematics Educotion

Intramurals 1. 2, 3; Veterons Assn.; YDC; YMCA

ZEBULON VANCE LONG

CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
Mechanical Engineering

Intramurals 1, 2, 3, ASME 3, 4, Pershing Rifles 1, 2.

EVERETT PIERCE LOPPACKER, JR.

NUTLEY, N. J.
Civil Engineering

Deito Upsilon; ASCE Pres.; Engineers Council I

EDWIN LAWRENCE LOWERY, JR.

WINGATE, N. C.
Electrical Engineering — Engineering Math — Engineering Physics

Alpha Phi Omega, Sec; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta PI; Consolidated
University Bd. Student Govt. 4; Intercollegiate Outing; Southern Regional
Sec; AlP; AIEE; CU Outing Comm. 3, 4; Summer School Comm. 2, 3;
Orientation Group Leader 3, 4. (Wingote College; Chem. Club, Moth
Club, Phi Thetc Kappa).

ROBERT WILLARD LUTHER, JR.

ELIZABETH CITY, N. C.
Field Crops

HARVEY DICK LYERLY

FAITH, N. C.
Mechonicol Engineering

ASME.

ROBERT MacGILLIVARY

DORCHESTER, MASS.
Industriol & Rural Recreation

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.

NORMAN McARTHUR

BROADWAY, N. C.
Agricultural Education

ROBERT DOUGLAS McBRAYER

FOREST CITY, N. C.
Ceramic Engineering

Keramos Pres. 4, Sec. 3; Tau Beta Pi 3, 4; Theta Tau 2, 3, Regent 4;
National Convention 3; Engineers Council 3, Sec. 4; Amer. Ceramic Society

1, Sec 2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Apollo Club 4; Talent for Service Scholar-
ship 1, 2, 3, 4.

DONALD JACKSON McCALL

DREXEL, N. C.
Furniture Manufacturing & Manogement

Furniture Club 2, 3, 4, AIIE 2, 3, 4, FPRS 4

THOMAS BLUE McCASKILL

CARTHAGE, N. C.
Engineering Mothematics

Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4, Sgt. at Arms; Math Club 3, 4, Freshman Orien-
tation Group Leader 4; (Wingate College 1, 2).

WILLIAM ROBERT McCLAIN

MONACA, PA
IND. ARTS* — Tech. Option

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

ROBERT ALEXANDER McCORMICK

SPRING LAKE, N. C.
Wood Products Merchandising

Forest Products Research Society; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; W. Campus
Safety Officer.

GENE CLEVELAND McCRACKEN

RALEIGH, N. C.
Furniture Manufacturing and Management

Kappa Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega I, 2; AFROTC Drill Team I, 2; DeMoloy

2, 3; Furniture Club 3, 4.

WILLIAM GARDNER McCRARY

RALEIGH, N. C.
Industrial Arts Education

Veterans Club; lAA, local & national; YDC.

SHIRLEY FRED McCRAY

W. COLUMBIA, S. C.
Heating & Air Conditioning Engineering

Bond I , ASHF&ACE 3, 4

CHRISTOPHER RICHARD McDONALD

W. END, N. C.
Engineering Physics

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Asst. Comptroller; Phi Eta Sigma; Intramurals 2, 3, 4

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ARTHUR JOHNSON McEWEN

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE-IRE. Veterans Assn.

JOHN ALAN McGAHEY

HIGH POINT, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

Sigmo Phi Epsilon, AICHE

GEORGE CONRAD McGEE

SNOW HILL, N C.

Civil Engineering — Const. Option

JOSEPH M. McGOUGH, JR.

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Amer. Nuclear Society, Amer. Inst, of Phvsics; Photogrophy Club.

KERRY CHADWICK McGUINN

SPARTANBURG, S. C.
Mechanical Engineering

A5ME; YMCA, Veterans Assn.

DANIEL RLEE MclNTYRE

OAKBORO, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Amer. Inst ot EE

WAYNE MILLER McLAUGHLIN

MOORESVILLE, N. C.
Animal Industry

Agriculture Club, Animal Industry Club; Volley Ball Teom, Dorm 1; Meat
Judging Team 3; DM5 4.

WILLIAM MONROE McLAURINE, III

BURLINGTON, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Sigma Phi Epsilon Comptroller, 4, Asst. Comptroller 3; Phi Eta Sigma;
Intromurols 1 , 2, 3, 4, Jr. Class Sec. 3; ASME; Advanced ROTC.

INGRAM BLAIR McLEOD, JR.

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Engineering Mathematics

Theta Tau; Track 1, Intromurols 1, 2, 3; Cadet Major ROTC; 1 BG Ex.
Officer.

JAMES WILBURN McMINN

ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Forest Management

Alpha Zeta 1 reos. 3, Pledgemaster 4; Xi Sigma Pi, Asso. Forester 4;
Forestry Club, Sgt. at Arms 2, Sec & Rolleo Team Capt. 2, Asst. Prog.
Chmn. 3, Prog. Chmn. & Pres. 3; Appolo Club; Wesley Foundation Recep-
tion Co-Chmn. 2, Deputations Chmn. 3, Publicity Chmn. 4; SAF.

RALPH DONALD McNEELY

DREXEL, N. C.

Mech. Eng. — Aero. Opt.

Veterans Club I, 2, 3, 4; IAS I, 4.

JOHN HUGH McNeill

RED SPRINGS, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Phi Etc Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu; Arnold Air Society, Adjutant Recorder 4;
Westminister Fellowship, Moderator of Synod of NC 4; AIEE.

ROBERT CALHOUN McNEILL

RALEIGH, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE.

THOMAS MICHAEL McPHERSON

DURHAM, N. C.

Mechonical Engineering — Aero. Opt.

IAS; Engineers Fair

VICTOR WYNNE McPHERSON

HIGH POINT, N. C.

Civil Engineering — Construction Option

Delta Sigma Phi; Scabbard & Blade; YDC; A5CE

MALCOLM DAVID MacCALLUM, JR.

SOUTHERN PINES, N. C.

Mechonical Engineering — Aero. Option

GEORGE WATERS MANN, JR.

BARTOW, FLA.
Civil Engineering

Varsity Rifle Team 3, 4.

WILLIAM HOWARD MARLEY

SOUTHERN PINES, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; Technician Fraternity Editor 3, 4;
Intramurals 3, 4; Compus Code Board 3, 4.

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FRANK JOSEPH MAROCCO

ALIQUIPPA, PA.
Industrial & Rural Recreation

Football I, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4.

THOMAS BRYAN MARSHALL, JR.

ENGELHARD, N. C.
Agricultural Education

EDWIN FORREST MARTIN, JR.

KINSTON, N. C.
Architecture

YMCA; Gallery Comm,; Social Comm.

ROBERT EUGENE MARTIN

HILDEBRAN, N. C.
Engineering Mathematics

Delta Sigma Phi

ROY HOYT MARTIN, JR.

HENDERSONVILLE, N. C.
Industrial

Theta Tau; Fresmon Orientotion Group Leader; Fanfare Concert Band;

AIIE.

WILLIAM CARL MASON

CANTON, N. C.
Industrial Arts — Tech. Option

lA Club; Veterons Club.

WILLIAM MARCUS MASSEY, JR.

WILMINGTON, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

Phi Eta Sigma; Tou Beta Pi, Rec. Sec; Phi Kappa Phi; AICHE Vice Pres.

VASSAR CAMERON MATTHEWS, JR.

THOMASVILLE, N. C.
Furniture Mftg. & Mgt.

Delta Sigma Phi; ASME; Furniture Club 2, Treas. Rep. to Eng. Council;
3, 4; Forest Products Reseorch Society 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4.

ERIC JULIUS MATZKE

WILMINGTON, N. C.
Civil Engineering

JAMES LYNN MAY

LAGRANGE, N. C.
Mech. Engineering — Aero. Option

Delta Sigma Phi House Mgr. 3; Scabbard & Blade; Student Govt. Senator
3, Orientation Comm. 2, Campus Welfare Comm. 3; CU Bd. of Dirs. 3,
Activities Comm. Chrmn. 2, President Region IV Assn. of College Unions
3; Radio Station WVWP 1 .

ROBERT EDWARD MAY

KINSTON, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

AICHE.

VESTER JEFF MAY

ANDREWS, N. C.
Geological Engineering

JOHN DAVID MEDFORD

CLYDE, N. C.
Textiles

Delta Koppa Phi; Intramurals 2, 3, 4.

RICHARD BRINSLEY MEEHAN, JR.

ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE 2, 3, 4.

FREDRICK TIBETT MEEKS

WADESBORO, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AlEE; Veterans Assn.

OLIN JACKSON MEEKS

LEAKSVILLE, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE 3, 4.

DARRELL VANCE MENSCER

STATESVILLE, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE-IRE I, 2, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Engineers Council 3, Fair Chrmn. 4.

JAMES ALLEN MERRICKS

REIDSVILLE, N, C.
Chemical Engineering

Tau Kappa Epsilon; AICHE.

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NORMAN THOMAS METIERS

STATESVILLE, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

AICHE

RICHARD ALTON MEWBORN

SNOW HILL, N C
Mechanized Agriculture

MA Club

CHARLES HERBERT MILLER

RALEIGH, N. C,
Engineering Mathematics

Sigma Chi Kitchen Mgr. 4; Phi Eta Sigma; The Technician, Advertising 3,
Circulation 4; Intramurols I, 2, 3, 4; Engineering Senator 3; Alpha Phi
Omega; CU Film Comm 1.

DeWITT MILLER

BEULAVILLE, N. C.

Agriculture Business — Agriculture Economy

Ag Econ Club 3, 4

GARY DENNIS MILLER

ALBEMARLE, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Theta Chi Athletic Director 3; Sec Etc Kappa Nu; Intramurols 2, 3, 4.

JOHN AUBREY MILLER

STATESVILLE, N. C.
Engineering Mathematics

Phi Eta Sigma, Pres., Tou Beta Pi, Pres.; Apollo Club; BSU Newspaper;
Student Radio Station.

ROBERT BENNETT MILLER

LENOIR, N. C.

Furniture Manufacturing & Management

Pi Koppa Phi, Furniture Club-

ROBERT WAYNE MILLER

MILFORD, N. C.
Forest Management

Forestry Club, (Pa St. Univ. Kappa Delta Rho, Social Pledge, Rifle
Team; Forestry Club; Paul Smith's College)

WILLIAM SPENCER MILLER

CLEMMONS, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

IRE, Veterans Club

GLENWOOD JEFFERSON MITCHELL, JR.

NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
Electrical Engineering

Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; BSU Executive Council, AIEE-IRE Jt. Student
Branch; Undergroduate Research Participation Project.

EDGAR LARRY MIZELL

BOGALUSA, LA.

Pulp & Paper Technology

Sigma Nu, BSU

JAMES DONALD MOFFITT

STALEY, N. C.
Industrial Engineering

AIIE

LARRY KING MONTEITH

LUBBOCK, TEXAS
Electrical Engineering

Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi. Phi Koppa Phi.

FELIPE MONTEMAYOR

CARACAS VENEZUELA
Architecture

JESSE FRANKLIN MONTGOMERY

RALEIGH, N. C.

Mechanical Engineering — Aero. Option

IAS; Alpha Phi Omego

MELVIN LOUIS MOODY

WEST POINT, VA.

Pulp & Paper Technology

Phi Eta Sigma; Rifle Teom 2, 3, Captain 4; Participation Undergraduate
Research Project 4.

NANCY ANN MOODY

RALEIGH, N. C.
Science Education

Cheerleader 2, 3, CU Sec. 1, 2, Bd. of Directors 1, 2, Bd. of Chrmn.
1, 2, Hospitality Comm. I, 2, 3, 4, House Comm. 1, Summer School
Committee I, 2, 3; Consolidated University Queen Contestant 2; Home-
coming Queen Contestant 2.

ALEXANDER ROSS MOORE

RALEIGH, N. C.
Forest Management

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BRYCE HOOD MOORE

SPINDALE, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

Track 1, 3; AICHE,

CHARLES ELWOOD MOORE

ELIZABETH CITY, N. C.
Agriculture Education

Agricultural Ed Club; Agriculture Club.

CRAWFORD BOWMAN MOORE

FRANKLIN, N. C.
Civil Engineering

A5CE.

DOUGLAS KNIGHT MOORE

ROSEBORO, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME, Bond; ROTC.

JAMES GODWIN MOORE

ROCKY MOUNT, N. C.
Textiles

Sigma Chi; Blue Key; Delta Kappa Phi; Tompkins Textile Council; The
Technician; Editor 4, Exec. Editor 3, Sports Editor 3; Board of Publications
4; Asso. Editor of Fraternity 3; Jr. Rep. to Athletic Council 3; Class
Treas. 3; CU Bd. of Directors, Apollo Club; Consolidated Univ. Student
Council; Summer School Judicial Bd.

LANNY RAVARN MOORE

GREENSBORO, N. C.
Heating & Air Conditioning

A5HRAE 2, 3, Reporter 4.

LINDSEY ADOLPH MOORE

FALKLAND, N. C.
Industrial & Rural Recreation

PAUL MERRITT MOORE

SOUTHPORT, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Pi Kappa Phi,

SIDNEY CLYBURN MOORE, JR.

DURHAM, N. C.
Civil Engineering

WILLIAM MURLE MORAS

RALEIGH, N. C.
Mathematics Education

Baseball Coach, City of Roleigh; Math & Science Club.

THOMAS ROBERT MORENA

RUTHERFORD, N. J.
Chemical Engineering

Newman Club 1, 3, 4, Treas. 2; AICE 3, 4; Student Govt. Traffic Appeal
Comm, 3, Traffic Comm. 4; Dorm Floor Mgr. & Social Director 4.

RAYMOND WILLIAM MORGAN

SALISBURY, N. C.
Textiles

Phi Psi; Kappa Tau Beta.

JAMES WILLIAM MORROW, JR.

GREENSBORO, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

JAMES NORMAN MOSER

ROCKWELL, N. C.
Textiles

Koppa Tau Beta, Sec; Phi Psi, Jr. Warden; Sgimo Tau Sigma; Intra-
mural Football & Softball 1, 2; Tompkins Textile Council; Apollo Club;
YMCA.

JAMES ROBERT MOSER

GREENSBORO, N. C.
Mathematics Education

Intramurols 1, 2, 3, 4; Math & Science Club 3, 4.

JOSEPH DIBRELL MOSHEIM, JR.

RALEIGH, N. C.
Industrial Arts — Tech. Option

DONALD LUTHER MOSS

HICKORY, N. C.
Civil Engineering — Construction Option

Sigmo Phi Epsilon Social Chairman, Alumni Chairman; ASCE.

RONALD DEAN MOSS

CULLOWHEE, N. C.
Agricultural Education

Farmhouse; intramural Basketball 3, 4; Agriculture Club.

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HAROLD MOWERY, JR.

SALISBURY, N. C.

Civil Engineering — Construction Option

Sigma Nu: ASCE, YMCA, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, All-Campus Baskefboll 2

HARLEY L. MUDGE, JR.

RALEIGH, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ELBERT STANLEY MULLIS

HAW RIVER, N. C.
Textile Chemistry

Phi Psi; A5TCC, Pres , Tompkins Textile Council, Vice Pres.

JERRY THOMAS MURRAY

BURGAW, N. C.
Agricultural Economy

Agricultural Economy Club.

MERRITT LESLIE MURRAY

GREENSBORO, N. C.
industrial Arts — Tech. Option

Track 2; Floor Proctor 3.

JOSEPH SAMUEL MURROW

ROBERSONVILLE, N, C.
Mathematics Education

JAMES DAVID MURPHY

RALEIGH, N. C.

Heating & Air Conditioning

Delta Sigma Phi; ASHRACE; intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Engineers Council;
Engineers Bail Committee

WENDELL HOLMES MURPHY

ROSE HILL, N. C.
Agricultural Education

Intramurals 1 , 2

JAMES ORVAL MUTTON

ASHEVILLE, N, C.
Electrical Engineering

Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Phi Kappa Phi; IRE.

SAMUEL HOWARD NAPIER

HAMLET, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE.

BILLY FRANKLIN NARRON

KENLY, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE.

M. RIDA NASSAR

UAR, SYRIA

Metallurgical Engineering & Mathematics Engineering

ASM; AMS; Cosmopolitan Club, International Christian Club; Amer.
Friends of the Middle East, Inc.; Organization of the Arab Students in U. S.

CECIL LEON NEAL, JR.

CAROLEEN, N. C.

Mechanical Engineering — Aero. Option

Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Koppa Phi, Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma, IAS; Apollo
Club.

JOSEPH DONWELL NEIGHBORS

BENSON, N C.
Nuclear Engineering

ARNOLD NELSON

CHAVLEVOI, PA.
Industrial Arts — Tech. Opt.

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club.

WILLIAM CARLTON NESTER

GLADYS, VA.
Nuclear Engineering

AIR.

ROBERT LEE NETHERY, JR.

HENDERSON, N. C.
Textiles

Phi Psi; intramurols I, 2, 3, 4; Campus Crew-Cuts 1, 2, 3.

JOHN RICHARD NEWELL. JR.

RALEIGH, N. C.
Textile Chemistry

Kappo Sigma Nu; DeKop Editor 4; YMCA Cobinet 3; URAC 3; ASTCC
3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi 3, 4.

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JOHN HENRY NEWLIN, JR.

DANVILLE, VA.
Mechonicol Engineering

Sigmo Chi, Pres. -4, Pledge Trainer 3, Historian 2, Blue Key, Sec. 4;
Intromurols 2, 3, 4; Engineering Senator 2, 3, Campus Welfare Comm.;
Finonce Comm.: Cafeteria Advisory Comm. 4; Orientation Comm.;
Pershing Rifles 1, 2, IFC; YMCA Cobinet. Wesley Foundotion

HENRY LYNN NEWTON

WILSON, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

ARC, Pres.; AIEE; Engineering Foir Project.

LINNY GLENN NICHOLS

THOMASVILLE, N. C,
Electrical Engineering

AIEE,

LYLE ARCHIBALD NICHOLS

WELLSBORO, PA.
Forest Management

SAF

WILLIAM COLVIN NICHOLS

BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
Architecture

STANFORD E. NIEMER

Sigmo Pi; Band 1 , 2; Amer, Society of Mining Engineers

PHARES STEAVENS NYE

SHANNON, N. C.

Industrial Education

CHARLOTTE, N. C.

General Studies

Veterans Clu.b.

HARVEY CLYDE NIX, JR.

ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Bond I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club; AIR; AN5.

HENRY CARSON NORMAN

ROBERSONVILLE, N. C.
Geological Engineering

Kappo Phi Kappa 3, 4; Epsilon Pi Tau 3, Pres. 4; lA Club 3, 4; AIAA;
NCIAA.

JOHN BENNEVILLE NYGAARD

FLEETWOOD, PA.
Mathematics Education

GEORGE F. O'BRIEN, JR.

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Heating & Air Conditioning

Koppa Sigma; ASHAC; Track 1; Intromurols I, 2, 3, 4.

JAMES LEE O'CONNELL

SANFORD, N. C.
Industrial Arts

YMCA Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA Treas. 2; Social Chairman 4.

LARRY STEDMAN O'CONNELL

SANFORD, N. C.
Textiles

Sigma Phi Epsilon.

JAMES ABBOTT ODOM, JR.

RALEIGH, N. C.
Product Design

RICHARD CLYDE O'DOWD

GARY, N. C.
Wood Technology

FRITZ HERMAN ERNST OERTEL, JR.

N. Y., N. Y.
Mechanical Engineering

Engineering Honors Progrom; Intromurols, Dorm Chomp 3, Open-Leogue
Bosketball 3.

JAMES PETER OGGERIND

RALEIGH, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Phi Epsilon Pi, Pres. 3; All-Campus Handball 2 ond Volleyboll 1 & 2;
IFC Representative 3; Intramurol Athletics Advisory Comm. 3

LAWRENCE CHARLES OLIN

RALEIGH, N. C.
Civil Engineering — Construction Option

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HAROLD AUGUST OLSEN

WILMINGTON, N. C.
Science Education

Koppa Phi Kappa; Youth Adviser, United Church.

ROBERT LINWOOD OLSON

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

ANS: AR5, AlP; Reactor Tour Guide.

CHARLES NEIL O'QUINN

LUMBERTON, N. C.
Forest- Management

XI Sigma Pi, Phi Eta Sigmo, Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Wesley Foundation
Chrm. Commission, FPRS, Pres,; Wesley House, Vice Pres.

WILLIAM LEWIS O'QUINN

LUMBERTON, N. C.
Mechanicol Engineering

30 & 3, Treas-Sec; Phi tta Sigma; Gen. Motors Scholar; Quality Control
Chrmn; Southern Engineer Advisory Board; Intramurals; Student Govern-
ment, Onentotion Comm. Vice-Chrmn; Com pus Stores Advisory Comm;
ASME, Publicity Chrmn.; Engineers Council 2, 3; Wesley Foundation,
Program Chrmn; URAC; N, C, Model UN Assembly.

LEONARD RANDOLPH ORDERS, JR.

ASHEVILLE, N. C.

Industrial Arts — Tech. Option

Lambda Chi Alpha; Outing Comm. 2; Hobby Comm. 3; Industrial Arts
Club 3, Program Chrmn, 4

JAMES FRANKLIN ORMANO, JR.

GASTONIA, N. C.
Mathematics Education

Deans List 1, 2, 3.

JAMES ALLEN OVERBY

NORLINA, N. C.

Industrial & Rurol Recreation

Baseball 4.

ARBON WAYNE OVERCASH

SALISBURY, N. C.
Agriculture Technology

A5AE 1, 2, Mechanized Ag 3; ASAE 4, Marshall 3.

ROY LEE OVERTON

LOUISBURG, N, C.
Textiles

Delta Kappa Phi; Tompkins Textile Council; Textile Forum; Arnold Air
Society, Exec. Off. 4; ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4

ERNEST STANLEY OWEN

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
Agricultural Education

Agriculture Education Club; Agriculture Club; Vetville Council.

GORDON NORMAN OWEN, JR.

ARUBA, NETHERLANDS WEST INDIES
Civil Engineering

Tou Kappa Epsilon, Chaplain 3; Phi Eta Sigma; Tou Beto Pi, Chi Epsilon;
Phi Kappa Phi; Blue Key; Golden Chain; Cross Country 1; Intromurols
1 , 2, 3, 4; Bond 1 , 2; YMCA; Chrmn. of Freshman Comm. 3, Pres. 4;
ASCE 3, 4.

CARL CHRISTOPHER PACE

TRYON, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME; Western Carolina College i, 2.

ANDREW CONSTANTINE PAPPAMIHIEL

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Civil Eng. — Const. Option

ASCE 3, 4; Veterans Assn. 3, 4; (Charlotte College 1, 2; FAC 2)

DAVID LEE PARKER

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Mechanical Engineernig

WILLIS MELVIN PARKER

FOUR OAKS, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

FEREBEE LAND PATTERSON

OXFORD, N. C.

Industriol Arts — Tech. Option

GLENN WAYNE PATTERSON

CHINA GROVE, N. C.

Agricultural & Biological Chemistry

Alpha Gommo Rho

PETER WARLICK PATTON, III

MORGANTON, N. C.

Furniture Manufacturing & Management

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SENIORS

WILLIE LEONARD PAYNE

RALEIGH, N. C.
Agriculture

KENNETH TALMADGE PEARCE

ZEBULON, N. C.
Industrial Arts — Tech. Option

ROBERT GASTON PEARCE

HENDERSON, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; A5ME 2, 3, 4,

TONY BROOKS PEARCE

ZEBULON, N. C.
Wildlife Biology

Agriculture Club, Leopold Wildlife Club.

THOMAS HAROLD PEARMAN

SUMMERFIELD, N. C.
Agriculture — Field Crops

Alpha Gamma Rho, Social Chrmn; Agronomy Club, Reporter 3, Sec. 4;
Agriculture Club; Intramurals 2, 3, 4.

VICTOR EDSEL PENNY

ANGIER, N. C.
Agricultural Education

BOBBY ALTON PERRY

RALEIGH, N. C.
Textiles

Delta Koppo Phi, Sec 3; Veterans Assn.

LEE HOMER PEARSON

RALEIGH, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

PAUL DAVID PETERSON

LEAKSVILLE, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Mu Beta Psi, BSU; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; AlP

WILLIAM RICHARD PETTY

GRAHAM, N. C.
Heating & Air Conditioning

ASME 1, 2, ASTE 2; ASHRAE 3, Sec. 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3.

GEORGE THOMAS PHILLIPS

SCOTLAND NECK, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Intramurals 3, 4; ASCE 2, 3, 4; Veterons Club 2, 3, 4

HARLEN DEVERICK PHILLIPS

GASTONIA, N. C
Industrial Arts — Tech. Option

ARCHIE LINCOLN PIERCE

W. JEFFERSON, N. C.
Science Education

Forestry Club 2 .Forestry Rolteo, 2; Math & Science Club 3, 4; {Freshman
Advisory Council 1, Mens Cliosophic Society I — Brevard College)

ROBERT MARTINDALE PILCH

BASKING RIDGE, N. J.
Agricultural Tech — Dairy Husbandy

Alpha Zeto; Phi Eta Sigma; Agriculture Club, Pres., Chrmn. Ag. Doy;
Animal Industry Club, Activities Chrmn., Historian; Dairy Cattle Judging
Team.

C. COLLINS PIPPIN

SMITHFIELD, N. C.
Architecture

Sigma Phi Epsilon.

ARNOLD SHERWOOD PITTMAN

SELMA, N. C.
Civil Engineering — Construction Option

ASCE; Intramurals 2, 3, 4.

RODNEY LEE PITTMAN

ROCKY MOUNT, N. C.
Heating & Air Conditioning

Delta Sigma Phi; ASHRAE; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Orientation Leader 4;
CD Employee I; Engineers Fair Guid.

JOHN OSCAR PIVIN

BRISTOL, R. I.
Civil Engineering

Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Engineering Senator 2; ASCE 3, 4; Dorm Pres., Asst.
Mgr. 4; Naval Reserve; Newmon Club 1, 2, 4; Engineers Fair Chrmn. 4;
IDC Traffic Comm. 3; Pershing Rifles I, 2.

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TOMMY RAY PLEMMONS

ASHEVILLE, N, C.
Civil Engineering

ROBERT EUGENE PLESS

RALEIGH, N, C,
Civil Engineering

Veterans Club; ASCE.

PHILLIP HAINES PLYLER

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Animal Husbandry

Animal Industry Club, Pres,, Treas.; Livestock Judging Team; Ag. Club.

RONALD PODWIKA

CHARLEROI, PA.

Industrial Arts — Tech. Option

Football I, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4.

RICHARD VAN POE

SILER CITY, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Sigma Nu; Phi Eta Sigma; Intramurcls 1, 2, AlP, ANS.

VERNON CLAYTON POINDEXTER

E. BEND, N. C.
Industrial Enginereing

AIEE.

LARRY EDWARD POND

DAVIS, N. C.
Engineering Physics

Dorm. Vice Pres., Social Director, Asst. Mgr., Int. Dorm Comm,; AlP 3,
Student Government Cofeteno Comm. 2, 3.

RICHARD GREGORY PONS

ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND
Nuclear Engineering

Newman Club, Pres, 4, Vice President 3; ANS 3, 4.

THOMAS JENKINS PONS

VALDESE, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

Delta Sigma Phi; AICHE, intromurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

JOSEPH WILSON POOL, III

ELIZABETH CITY, N. C.
Industrial Education

Industrial Arts Club.

ROBERT HARRIS POPE, JR.

CEDAR GROVE, N. C.
Textiles

Delta Kappa Phi.

JACK KENNETH POPLIN

NORWOOD, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Chi Epsilon, Pres.; Phi Kappa Phi; ASCE, Vice Pres.; Engineers Council;
Sr. Honors.

CARROLL LEE POTTER

NEW BERN, N. C.
Forest Management

NORWOOD POTTER

CLINTON, N. C.
Animal Industry

HARRY LOTHROP POWE

RALEIGH, N. C.
Zoology

JOSEPH ADRIAN POWELL

SPRING HOPE, N. C.
Agricultural Engineering

VICTOR MARLIN POWLEY

DILLSBURG, PA.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE-IRE.

HENRY WESLEY PRECYTHE

FAISON, N. C.
Forest Management

Forestry Club 2, 3, 4; Society of Amer. Foresters 3, 4; Intromurals 1, 2.

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SENIORS

DAVID MARION PRESLEY

ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE.

DONALD HERMAN PRICE

MONROE, N. C.
Agriculfural Education

JAMES PINCKNEY PRIDGEN

SALISBURY, N. C.
Forest Management

Intramurals 2, 3, Interfraternity Basketboll 1, Forestry Club 3, 4, Society
of Amer, Foresters 4, ASCE 1, 2-

JAMES WILLIAM PRIM, III

RICHMOND, VA.
Mechanical Engineering — Aero. Option

IAS 3, 4; AAS 3, 4; Cheerleader I, 2, 3; Student Government 1, 2; Dorm
Floor Mgr. 2, 3, 4; CU Social Comm. 2, 3; MBA Pres. 4.

BILLIE ADAMS PRINCE

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE-IRE.

ROBERT PITTMAN PROCTOR

WALSTONBURG, N. C.
Agriculture Economy

Alptia Gamma Rho, Sec. 4; Ag. Ec. Club, Pres. 4, Ag. Club, Intramurals
2, 3, 4; College Debating Team.

PAUL LAURENCE PROPST

RALEIGH, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Perstiing Rifles; ASCE 4, 5; Intramurals \, 2, 3, 5; CU Sociol Comm. 1,
2, YMCA Cabinet 1 .

JACK WARD PROVOST

HUBERT, N. C.
Civil Engineering

HOWARD LEO PRUITT, JR.

MT. AIRY, N. C.
Industrial Engineering

Sigma Nu; Southern Engineer, Asso. Editor 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
Veterans Club, AIIE, Social Chrmn.; Engineers Council

JAMES WILLARD PRYOR

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Veterans Club; ASME, Track 1; Intramurals 2.

MARK RANEY

JACKSONVILLE, N. C.
Industrial Arts — Tech. Option

Lamba Chi Alpha Pres. 4, Intramurals 1, 2; Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4;
CU Outing Comm. Chrmn. 3.

WILLIAM NEVYN RANKIN, III

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Metallurgical Engineering

Alpha Sigma Mu, Theta Tau Frat, ASM Scholarship, ASM, Corres. Sec.

CLARK DELANO READLING

CORNELIUS, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE

JAMES CLINTON REAVIS, JR.

MORAVIAN FALLS, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Intromurals I; CU Film Comm. 1.

FORREST RICHARD REDDEN, JR.

CLEMMONS, N. C.
Industrial Engineering

AIIE 3, 4; Scabbard & Blade 4; Drum 8. Bugle Corp. Comm, 4; ROTC
Flight Prog. 4,

JAMES MICHAEL REDMOND

RIDGEWOOD, N. J.
Civil Engineering — Construction Option

ASCE; Pershing Rifles, Scabbard & Blade; Swimming Teom 1.

JOBIE GENE REDMOND

WATERVILLE, N. C.
Furniture Manufacturing & Management

Sigma Alpha Mu; Soccer 1 , 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; CU
Dance Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4, Photo Comm. 1, 2; Furniture Club 3, 4; CU
Library Comm. 4.

DAVID RUFFIN REDWINE

LEXINGTON, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

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SENIORS

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PHILIP OGDEN REDWINE

BADIN, N. C.

Industrial Arts — Tech. Option

Sigma Chi

NEIL EUGENE REELING

YORK, PA.
Mechanical Engineering

Cross-Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Track I, 2, 3, 4.

CHARLES ROBERT REEVES

ALBEMARLE, N. C.
Textiles

Tou Kappa Epsilon; Delta Kappa Phi; Intramurols 1, 2, 3; Interfraternity
Council Representative; Textile Open House; High School Day.

WILLIAM ELWOOD REEVES

HALLSBORO, N. C.

Civil Engineering — Const. Option

Intramurols 2, 3, 4; A5CE.

HEALTH FRANKLIN REINHARDT

STANLEY, N. C.
Industrial Arts

VICTOR LUDWIG REITZ

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Sigma Phi Epsrion

JAMES ROBERT RETTINGER

SCHUYLKILL HAVEN, PA.
Industrial Engineering

Theto Tau; AIIE; Baseball I, IDC Athletic Director; Intramurols; YMCA.

ROLFE REUSING

ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

Sigma Chi, Pres , AICE; The Technician, Circulation Mgr.; Intromurols

GLENN O. REYNOLDS

LINCOLNTON, N. C.

Mechanical Engineering — Aero. Option

REGINALD MAURICE RHUE

SWANSBORO, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

PAUL WILLARD RICE

ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE.

CARL VANN RICH

CASTALIA, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME; Intromurols 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Orientation Program; YDC; CU
Games Comm.

CARL BRYANT RICHARDSON, JR.

LOUISBURG, N. C,
Civil Engineering

ASCE.

CHARLES A. RICHARDSON

ROCKINGHAM, N. C,
Electrical Engineering

AIEE-IRE 1, 2, Sec, 3.

JAMES JOSEPH RICHARDSON

CASTLE HAYNE, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Swimming Team I; Intramurols 2, 3; Outing Committee, Sec. ], 2; ASME
4; Activities Comm. 4.

THOMAS MURRAY RICHMOND, JR.

GREENSBORO, N. C.
Heating & Air Conditioning

Sigma Phi Epsilon; ASHRAE

CHARLES EUGENE RICKELL

FREDERICK, MD.
Textile Chemistry

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Psi; AATCC.

PAUL BENJAMIN RIDGE

HIGH POINT, N. C.
Mothematics Education

Math & Science Club, VetviHe Council Ward Alderman.

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RONALD WILLIAM ROBARGE

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Delta Sigma Phi Scabbard & Blade; Intramural Football 3, 4; ASME,
ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4.

JAMES HALL ROBERDS

GARDEN CITY, GA,
Forest Management

Xi Sigma Pi 3, 4; Forestry Club.

LARRY CRAIG ROBERSON

GARY, N. C,
Field Crops

Agronomy Club Vice Pres. 4,

ROBERT ISLEY ROBESON

HICKORY, N. C.
Industrial Arts

ELMER JAMES ROBINSON

LIBERTY, N. C
Heating & Air Conditioning

Vetcrons Club, YDCA, ASHRAE

EVERETT ALNEY ROBINSON, JR.

MARS HILL, N, C
Electrical Engineerinq

AIEE 3, 4.

GEORGE ALBERT ROBINSON, JR.

GREENSBORO, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Band 1, 2, BSU Council; ASME

TED LEE ROBINSON

LINCOLNTON, N, C.
Pulp & Poper Technology — Forestry

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Fourdrinier Society.

HERBERT CHARLES ROSE, JR.

RALEIGH, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering — Aero. Option

Sigma Pi Outstanding Pledge & Athletic Aword; Rush Chairman; Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Judicial Board ), 2; Senior Class Treas. 4, Inter-
fraternity Council, Activities Comm., Social Comm,, Investigations Comm.;
Advanced AFROTC, Flight Commander Wing Commander 4; IAS.

PATRICK COWAN ROSE

COEBURN, VA.
Forest Management

Pinetum Artist; Forest Club, Publicity Chrmn.

DAVID ARTHUR ROSEVEARE

GREENVILLE, N. C
Mechanical Engineering

ASME

JOHN RILEY ROSS, JR.

NEW BERN, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Koppa Alpha; Intramurols I, 2, 3, 4

WILLIAM EARL ROSS

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering — Aero. Option

YDC, IAS; CU Summer School Comm., Outing Comm.

DOUGLAS EARL ROUSE

KINSTON, N. C.
Mathematics Education

Veterans Club 2, 3; Math & Science Club 4.

BILLY KERLEY ROWE

LOUISBURG, N. C.
Soils

Intramurols 1, 2, 3; Agronomy Club.

DANIEL GUY ROWE, III

HICKORY, N. C.
Textiles

FORD CLARENCE ROWELL

ROCKY MOUNT, N. C.
Industrial & Rural Recreation

Dorm Athletic Director 3; Intramural Official 2, 3, 4; CU Social Comm.
Chrmn., Gomes Comm. Chrmn., Outstanding Comm. Chrmn 3

HARRY CHARLES RUDD, JR.

PORTSMOUTH, VA.
Electrical Engineering

IRE, Orientotion Group Leader

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EDWIN MURRAY RUDISILL, JR.

GASTON lA, N. C.
Mathematics Education

DeMolay, Koppa Phi Kappa; Student Government Elections Comm. Ctirmn.
4, Senator 4; Golf Teom 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurols 1, 2, 3; Apollo Club 4;
Motti & Science Club Pres. 4; Orientation Group Leader 4.

GEORGE ALBERT RUDISILL

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Industrie! Arts — Tech. Option

Sigma Pi; Football 2; Basketbo'l 3; Dance Comm.; lA Club.

CLARENCE MICHAEL RUSS

SHALLOTE, N. C.
Agriculture Education

NORMAN ARNOLD RUSSELL

RALEIGH, N. C.

Pulp & Poper Technology

Phi Eta Sigma: Xi Sigma Pi; WKNC; Newman Club; Veterans Assn.,
Group Leader Freshman Orientation

CHARLES HAROLD RUTHERFORD

GRASSY CREEK, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

EDGAR VERNON SAFRIT, JR.

SALISBURY, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

Sigma Nu, AICE; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Veterans Club; Representative
to Engineers Council 3.

ROBERT EARL SALISBURY

BEAUFORT, S. C.

Industrial Arts — Tech. Option

Industrial Arts Club; Track I; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Athletic
Director 2, 3, 4.

NEILL McKAY SALMON, JR.

LILLINGTON, N. C.
Civil Engineering

JAMES DONALD SAMUELS

HIGH POINT, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Chi Epsilon, ASCE, Arnold Air Society.

GWYN KEITH SANDERLIN

NORFOLK, VA.

Civil Engineering — Construction Option

JAMES SAULS, JR.

WARSAW, N. C,
Agricultural Education

Intramurals I, 2; YMCA I, 2, 3, 4; Agriculture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Agri-
cultural Education Club 2, Officer 3, 4.

HARVEY RALSTON SAUNDERS

FRANKLINVILLE, N. C.
Eliectrical Engineering

JERRY A. SAWYER

NEW BERN, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Delta Sigma Phi Scholorship Choirmon 2; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Koppo Phi;
Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Pi Sigma; Intromurals 1, 2, 3, 4, CU Main Desk Page.

SANDRA SCHAUB

APEX, N. C.
Mathematics Education

Hospitality Comm. I, 2, 3, International Comm. 3; Math Club 2, 3.

HERBERT WILLIAM SCHELD, JR.

STATESVILLE, N. C.
Forest Management

Undergraduate Research Participation Project; Forestry Club.

THOMAS EDMOND SCHULTZ

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

AUGUSTUS DONALD SCOTT

CURRIE, N. C.
Industrial Arts

Koppa Phi Kappa; Epsilon Pi Tau, YMCA I, 2, ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; lA
Club I, 2, 3, 4.

JESSE HOBSON SCOTT, JR.

FRANKLIN, VA.

Pulp & Paper Technology

Tau Kappa Epsilon Chaplain, Pershing Rifles Pledgemaster; Scabbard &
Blade; Apollo Club; Fourdrinier Society; YMCA; CU Outing Committee;
Deans List; Pulp & Paper Foundation Scholarship; Brigade Executive
Officer, ROTC, Cadet Lt. Col.; Distinguished Military Student; Intramurals.

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SENIORS

JOHN McCLAYTON SCOTT

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Forest Management

Alpha Gamma Rho; Monogram Club; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4;
Forestry Club; Dorm. Athletic Director, Intramurols I, 2, 3, 4.

LEO RHEM SCOTT

NEW BERN, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Amer. Nuclear Society.

MURL E. SEAGLE, JR.

CHERRYVILLE, N. C.
Forest Management

Dorm. Vice Pres.; Forestry Club; Floor Mgr.; Veterans Club.

HAROLD O'NEIL SEAGRAVES

CONCORD, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE; Chi Epsilon, Treas.

DONALD BRUCE SEARCY

MILL SPRING, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE.

DONALD ADOLPHUS SEDERS

COOLEEMEE, N. C.
Industrial Arts — Tech. Option

lA Club, YDC; Veterans Club.

MARK ALBERT SEIDENSTEIN

NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
industrial Engineering

Southern Engineer, Circulation Mgr.; AIIE, Membership Chrmn.

CHARLES WALLACE SELDEN, III

RICHMOND, VA.
Forest Management

Phi Eta Sigma; Xi Sigma Pi; Pinetum; CU Vice Pres. 3, Chrmn. Hobby
Comm. 2, Region IV Arrangements Comm. Chrmn.; Forestry Club, 1, 2,
3, 4; Social Functions Comm. 3.

GEORGE DEWEY SELF, JR.

LEAKSVILLE, N. C.
Mathematics Education

MITCHELL WAYNE SELLERS

ROCKINGHAM, N. C.
Textiles

JAMES MONTRAVILLE SEVIER

ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; ASME; Advanced AFROTC.

JOHN LEON SEYMOUR

SOUTHERN PINES, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Treasurer; AIR; Intramural Basketball I, 2, 4;
Orientation 3, 4.

CHARLIE SHACKLEFORD, JR.

AURORA, N. C.
Industrial Engineering

Alpha Pi Mu; Intramurols; Student Government; Athletic Council; Con-
solidated Univ. Student Council; AIIE; Veterans Assn.

SPENCER NELSON SHAPS

BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Textiles

Sigma Alpha Mu; Kappa Tau Beta, Phi Psi; Sigma Omegram; Intramurols

I, 2, 3, 4, ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4

BOYD IDAMUS SHARPE

SHARPSBURG, N. C.
Agricultural Education

Intramurols 3, 4; Agricultural Ed. Club; Agriculture Club.

WILLIAM NORMAN SHARPE, JR.

CHAPEL HILL, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Theta Chi, IFC Rep. 2, Pres. 3; Blue Key; Pi Tau Sigma, Corres. Sec. 4;
Tau Beta Pi; Golden Chain, Pres. 4; YMCA; Apollo Club; Judicial Bd.
of Review 2; Honor Code Board 3; IFC Activities Chrmn. 3, ASME.

EDWIN ARTHUR SHEARIN

WINDSOR, CONN.
Engineering Physics

AIEE-IRE; AlP.

ALTON JACKSON SHEEK

ADVANCE, N. C.
Ooiry Manufacturing

Intramurols 1, 2, 3, 4; Al Club; Ag. Club; Dairy Products Judging Team;
N. C. Dairy Products Assn. Scholarship; Dorm Floor Mgr.; Advanced
Military.

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SENIORS

GARY SINGLETON SHEFFIELD

GREENSBORO, N C,
Metallurgical Engineering

ASM

WILLIAM FORD SHEPHERD

LANSING, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; Tou Beto Pi; BSU Exec. Council 2, 3;
Dorm. Official 3, 4.

RICHARD WILSON SHERWOOD

FAIRFIELD, CONN.
Wood Prod. Mdsg.

Society of Amer. Foresters; Forest Products Research Society, Sec; Trans-
fer from Paul Smiths College, Asso. of Applied Science in Forestry.

ROBERT TRACY SHILLINGLAW

ASHEVILLE, N. C,
Engineering Mathematics

Math Club 4

JOHN LINCOLN SHIPLEY

WILLIAMSTON, N. C.

Mechanical Engineering — Aero. Option

Phi Eto Sigma; IAS

JAMES GILL SHOOK

RALEIGH, N, C.

Furniture Manufacturing & Management

JAMES ADAMS SHURTLEFF

BINGHAMTON, N. Y.
Chemical Engineering

Tau Beta Pi, Cataloguer, 4; Amer, Inst of Chem. Eng., Sec. 4; CU
Photography Comm. 3.

GEORGE NICHOLAS JOHN SIDERIS

GREENVILLE, N. C.
Industrial Engineering

AIIE

CHARLES EDWARD SIEWERT

LOUISVILLE, KY.
Nuclear Engineering

Sigmo Phi Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; Intramurols 2, 3, 4.

HARVEY WILLIAM SIGMON

BREVARD, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi; Scabbard & Blade; Glee Club
J; Wesley Foundation, Steward 2, Treas. 3, Bd. 3; Fairmont Methodist
Church Senior Choir; CU Music Comm. 1, 2, Chrmn. 3, Secretary of CU
4, Bd, of Dirs, 3; Distinguished Militory Student; AlEE-lRE.

CLYDE EDWARD SIMMONS

GASTONIA, N. C.
Geological Engineering

AIME, Pres, 4; Engineers Council 3, 4; Carolina Sub-Section AIME.

EUGENE MURRAY SIMMONS, JR.

ENFIELD, N. C.
Mechanized Agriculture

ROTC I, 2, 3, 4, ASAE 1, 2; Mechanized Ag. Club 3, 4.

CHARLES DOUGLAS SIMPSON

ALBEMARLE, N. C.
Nucleor Engineering

Sigma Phi Epsilon, AlP; Arnold Air Society; Football Mgr. 1; Gymnastics
Club 2; Intramurols, Advanced AFROTC; Drill Team; Glee Club.

JAMES DUDLEY SIMPSON, III

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C,
Geology

Track 1; College Bond 1; Publicity Comm, 1; DeMolay 1, 2, 4; YMCA
1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans Club 2;
ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Rockhound Club 1, 4; AIME 4.

LESTER GOULD SIMPSON, JR.

JACKSONVILLE, N. C,
Industrial Arts — Tech. Option

lA Club

VANN MATTHEWS SISTARE

RALEIGH, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME,

HARRY ARNOLD SITTON

ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Industrial Engineering

Phi Eta Sigmo; AIIE

NEAROUS COLUMBUS SIZEMORE, JR.

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Industrial Arts — Tech. Option

CU Outing Club 2; Veterans Club 3.

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WILSON ALLEN SLAUGHTER, JR.

BLANCH, N. C.
Agricultural Tech — Dairy

Agriculture Club I, 2, 3, 4; Animal Industry Club I, 2, 3, 4.

CRAVEN MONROE SLOOP, JR.

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering — Aero. Option

Veterans Assn.; IAS,

ROBERT LUTHER SMATHERS

CANDLER, N. C.
Pulp & Paper Technology

Forestry School Freshman Counselor 4, Pulp & Poper Foundation Scholar-
ship I, 2; Fourdrinier Society 2, 4.

SAM TAYLOR SMATHERS

CANTON, N. C.
Wood Prod. Mdsg.

Lambda Che Alpha; Pershing Rifles; Scobbord & Blade; Forest Prod,
Research Society; Forestry Club.

ALFRED GREEN SMITH

KINSTON, N. C.
Mechanicol Engineering

ASME.

DAVIE JOHN SMITH, JR.

GOLDSBORO, N. C.
Industrial & Rur. Recreation

Rho Phi Alpha; Kappa Phi Koppo, Vice Pres. 4

DREXEL KERMIT SMITH

KINSTON, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME.

EARL TERRY SMITH

HAMLET, N. C.
Mechanical Eng. — Aero. Option

IAS.

GORDON LEV/IS SMITH

HIGH POINT, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering-Aero. Option

IAS; Amer, Rocket Society.

JAMES HOLT SMITH

LENOIR, N. C.
Forest Management

Forest Products Research Society; Forestry Club; Veterans Club.

JERRY ALAN SMITH

LENOIR, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Sigma Phi Epsiion; Phi Eta Sigma; Intramurols; ASCE.

JOHN SHELTON SMITH

RALEIGH, N. C.
Mathematics Education

JOHN WILLIAM SMITH

FOUNTAIN, N. C.
Agricultural Education

Intramurols 2, 3; Ag. Ed. Club 3, 4; Advanced ROTC,

LARRY BAXTER SMITH

MARSHVILLE, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Phi EtQ Sigma; Tou Beta Pi; Chi Epsiion; Intramurols 1, 2; Apollo Club,
ASCE; Dean's List 1, 2, 3.

LARRY EUGENE SMITH

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Amer. Nuclear Society.

LATHAN JUNIOR SMITH

TROUTMAN, N. C.
Agricultural Tech-Dairy

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Ag. Club Vice Pres.; Animal Industry Club; Ag. Club.

LESTER ANDREW SMITH

KERNERSVILLE, N. C.
Agriculture Science-Wildlife

Leopold Wildlife Club.

THOMAS EDWIN SMITH, JR.

SANFORD, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME 3, 4; ARS 3.

SENIORS

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SENIORS

TILLMAN BYRD SMITH

FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Eta Kappa Nu; Tou Beta Pi; AIEE-IRE.

WILLIAM CLAY SMITH

SPINDALE, N, C.
Textile Chemistry

Phi Psi, Pres ; Sigma Tau Sigma, Pres.; Tompkins Textile Council, AATCC.

WOODLEY KENDALL SMITH

DEEP RUN, N, C.
Civil Engineering

ROTC 3, 4, Dorm Mgr, 4; ASCE; IDC

JOHN WASHINGTON PEARCE SMITHWICK, II

SMITHFIELD, N. C.
Ceramic Engineering

Alpha Phi Omega; ACS, YMCA, Veterans Assn.

HOWARD FRANKLIN SNYDER

SANFORD, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Intromurals 3, 4, ASCE, Veterans Assn

ROBERT JAMES SOLOMONIC

N. Y., N. Y.
Electricol Engineering

Phi Kappa Phi, Southern Engineer Mg. Editor.

FURMAN YATES SORRELL, JR.

WADESBORO, N. C.

Mechanical Engineering-Aero. Option

Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Tou Sigma, Rec. Sec.
4 IAS I 3 4 Program Chrmn 4, Engineering Honors Program; Engineers
Foir.

JACKIE LAMAR SPARKS

CLEMMONS, N. C.
Industrial Engineering

Theta Chi Rushing Chrmn,; AIIE; Dorm Sec.

EDWIN PARKER SPEIGHT

SUNBURY, N. C.

Civil Engineering — Const. Option

Veterans Club 1, 2, 4, Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Vice Pres. 4;

IDC 4.

JAMES THOMAS SPENCE, III

PINK HILL, N. C.
Agricultural Engineering

Lambda Chi Alpha, ASAt 1, 2, 3, 4; YDC 2, 3, 4; Orientation Comm.

2, 3; Pershing Rifles 2, AF Drill Teom 1, 2; Ag. Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

ROGER ALLEN SPENCER

SWAN QUARTER, N. C.
Field Crops

Alpha Gamma Rho; Kappa Phi Kappa; Agronomy Club, Intramurols 2,

3, 4; Athletic Director 4; SG Senator 3.

WILLIAM CONRAD SPENCER

GOLDSBORO, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE-IRE, 3, 4.

RONALD CHRIS SPIVEY

CHADBOURN, N. C.
Agricultural Education

Sigma Nu; Baseball I, Soccer 1, 2, Intromurals 3, 4,

THOMAS RICHARD STADLER

ELON COLLEGE, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Phi Eta Sigma; ASME 2, 4.

WILLIAM CAREY STAINBACK

YOUNGSVILLE, N. C.
Mathematics Education

Pershing Rifles Military Society; Basketball 1; Glee Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Drill
Team 1, 2, 3.

WILLIAM EUGENE STALCUP

BYASSTOWN, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE.

NELSON BYRD STALL

NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
Nuclear Engineering

Phi Kappa Phi. Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma, Vice Pres; AIEE-IRE; ANS.

DAVID WARREN STALLINGS

THOMASVILLE, N. C.

Mechanical Engineering-Aero. Option

Phi Eta Sigma 1; Pi Tau Sigma 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi 3, 4; Alpha Phi Omega
1, 2; IAS 3, 4; Dorm Floor Mgr. 3, 4.

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SEN/ORS

GARY LLOYD STANFORD

SYLVA, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE

RONALD CARTER STEORTS

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Industrial Engineering

Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Pi Mu, AIIE.

PAUL MADISON STEPHENS

EAU GALLIE, FLA.
Civil Engineering-Construction Option

Sigma Chi; ASCE; Student Rjdio Station 2; Intramurals; Varsity Soccer
2, ROTC Drum S. Bugle Corp. 1, 2.

ROBERT REX STEPHENSON

RALEIGH, N, C.
Industrial Engineering

Class Treas.

AFROTC Drill Team 1, 2; AIIE 4,

ROBERT LAWRENCE STEVENS

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Alpha Phi Omego 1, 4, Sec, 2, Pres. 3; WKNC 1, 2, Sales Director 3,
Business Mgi. 4; AlP 1, 2; ANS 4.

VERNON RAY STEVENS

GOLDSBORO, N. C.
Industrial Arts

Industrial Arts Club; BSU.

WIILIAM EARL STEVENS

RALEIGH, N. C.
Civil Engineering

Delta Sigma Phi; ASCI.

JAMES EUGENE STEWART

CLEMMONS, N. C.
Civil Engineering

HAZEL VON STOKES

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

(Charlotte College) Sigma Lambda Chi.

JAMES ALLEN STORY

LENOIR, N. C.
Heating & Air Conditioning

Sigma Pi; Baseball 2, 3, 4.

RALPH BENNIE STOTESBERRY

CHESTER, VA.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME 4.

CHARLES RAYMOND STOTT

WENDELL, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE-IRE, Naval Reserve.

DANIEL BRUCE STROUP

WACO, N. C.
Animal Husbandry

Farm House.; Pre-Vet Club, Treas. 4, Animal Husbandry Club; Agriculture
Club.

MICHAEL ALBERT STROUPE

BESSEMER CITY, N, C.
Electrical Engineering

BENJAMIN MONTAGUE SUGG, JR.

KINSTON, N. C.
Mathematics Education

Delta Sigma Phi; Blue Key, Intramurals 2, 4; Class Vice Pres. 3; Student
Government 3; YMCA Cabinet 2, 3, 4; Executive Council, YMCA 3, 4;
Pershing Rifles I, 2; ASCE.

EDWARD RODIN SUGG

SMITHFIELD, N. C.
Industrial Arts

CU Photography Comm. 3, 4; WKNC 1, 2; Industrial Arts Club 4.

JESS AUGUSTUS SULLINS

ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE; intramurals 2, 3, 4; Program Chrmn. 2, Music Chrmn 3, BSU

LYMAN EARL SUMMERLIN

GREENSBORO, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME; Veterans Assn.

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GARY EUGENE SAUNDERLAND

JACKSONVILLE, N. C.
Architecture

ALBERT CLINTON SUTTON, JR.

ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Animal Husbandry

Form House; Agriculturist Editorial Staff; Agriculture Club; Animal In-
dustry Club; Collegiate 4-H Club.

DALE ALLEN SUTTON

BRYSON CITY, N. C.
Forest Management

Farm House; Forestry Club; Intramurals 3, 4; SAF.

HUBBARD MORRIS SUTTON

NEWTON GROVE, N. C.
Agricultural Economy

Agriculture Ec. Club; Ag. Club.

MICHAEL DONOVAN SUTTON

KINSTON, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

IRE 3, 4; CU House Comm, 2; Veterans Assn, 1, 2, 3, Sec. 4.

MARSHALL NEWTON SWANN

ROCKINGHAM, N. C.
Furniture Mfg. & Mgt.

Forest Products Reseorch Society 3, 4; Furniture Club 2, 3, Sec. 4.

JERRY OLIVER SWEATT

KANNAPOLIS, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

JAMES TITUS SWICEGOOD

LEXINGTON, N. C.
Textile Chemistry

Delta Kappa Phi, AATCC; The Technician; The DeKap, Asso. Ed. 4;
Advanced ROTC,

WINFIELD SCOTT SWINDELL

RALEIGH, N. C.
Industrial & Rur. Rec.

intramurals 2, 3, 4.

ROLAND KENNETH SWING

LEXINGTON, N. C.
Animal Industry

Animal Industry Club; Block & Bridle; Chrmn. Awards Comm. 4; Veterans
Assn.; Ag. Club.

PAUL WESLEY SYKES, JR.

NORFOLK, VA.
Forest Management

Swimming Team 4, Forestry Club; (Transfer from Va. Polytechnic Inst.)

STEPHEN DELYNN TALBERT

RALEIGH, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Veterans Assn. 1. 2, 3, 4; ASME 4.

GRAHAM MERRIETT TALBOTT

WALLACE, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Tau Sigmo; Tau Beto Pi: ASME; Apollo Club; YMCA.

JAMES MONROE TALLEY

HOPEWELL, VA.

Industriol Arts-Tech. Option

CHARLES A. TANNER

5EVERNA PARK, MD.
Pulp & Paper Technology

Phi Epsilon Pi; Freshman Class Pres ; Sophomore Class Treas.; Four-
drinier Society; YMCA; CU Bd. of Dir.

LARRY HOLMES TAYLOR

MARION, N. C.
Textiles

LARRY JOE TAYLOR

DENTON, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Lambda Chi Alpha; Phi Etc Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; ASME; Arnold Air Society.

LUCIUS RIVES TAYLOR, JR.

JACKSON, N. C.
Forest Management

Alpha Gamma Rho; Baseball 1; Forestry Club.

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RONALD SHERRILL TAYLOR

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering & Engineering Mothematics

A!P 2, 3, Corres. Sec. 4; Engineers ColjociI 4, Veterans Assn 2, 3.

R. BRUCE TAASLEY

KNOXVILLE, TENN.
Science Educotion

Form House; Alpha Phi Omega, Track I, 2, 3, 4, BSU 2

HERMAN REGINALD THARRINGTON, JR.

BUNN, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE 3, 4.

OWEN KEITH THARRINGTON, JR.

HENDERSON, N. C.
Civil Engineering-Construction Option

Pi Kappa Alpha; ASCE.

GRADY EUGENE THOMAS

LANDIS, N. C.
Civil Engineering-Construction Option

ASCE, Inframurals 1 , 2, 3, 4.

JACK MAXTON THOMAS

SANFORD, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE-IRE.

JOHNIE DARRELL THOMAS

SANFORD, N, C.
Wildlife Biology

CU Dance Comm., Sec; Arnold Air Society, Insurance Officer; Leopold
Wildlife Club; ACS; Nationol Wildlife Society; Wildlife Monographs; Air
Force Mogozine; Advanced AFROTC.

ROBERT BRADLEY THOMASON, JR.

LEXINGTON, N. C.
Heating & Air Conditioning

ASHAC, Vice Pres,

WORTH BAGLEY THOMASSON, JR.

LEXINGTON, N. C.
Textiles

EARL RYAN THOMPSON

RALEIGH, N. C.
Metallurgical Engineering

Phi Eto Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; ASM; Intromurals I, 2, 3, 4; Class Vice
Pres. 2; Interfraternity Council; Social Functions Committee.

EDSEL HUGHETT THOMPSON

SMITHFIELD, N. C.
Agricultural Economics

Phi Kappa Phi; Ag. Ec. Club t, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 3, 4, Veterans Assn.;
School of Ag. Marshal, 3.

JOHN REID THOMPSON

CANDLER, N. C.
Pulp & Paper Technology

Xi Sigma Pi; Fourdrinier Society, Apollo Club; Veterans Assn.

DONALD LEON THOMPSON

LAURINBURG, N. C.
Industrial Arts-Tech. Option

Veterans Assn ; Baseball 1 .

CLARENCE ANDERSON TILLERY, JR.

RALEIGH, N. C.
Heating & Air Conditioning

ASHRAC, 1, 2, Pres 3, 4, Veterans Assn.

STANLEY WALTER TIMBLIN

DURHAM, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Delta Sigma Phi; AIEE; CU Pres., Bd. of Dir,, Bd. of Chrmn.; Bd. of Dir.
of The Friends of the College, Inc.

LAWRENCE JAMES TRABER

ARDEN, N. C.
Architecture

WALLACE LEE TRENT

KERNERSVILLE, N. C.
Wildlife Conservation & Management

AFROTC Marching Airmen 2; Leopold Wildlife Club, Treas. 3, Pres. 4.

OSCAR EVERETTE TRIPLETT

RALEIGH, N.C.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE.

SENIORS

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SENIORS

WILLIAM WALTER TRIVETT

BOONE, N. C.
Mathematics Education

Moth & Science Club

DONALD LEE TROTTER

RALEIGH, N. C.
Electricol Engineering

IRE.

JOHN WILLIAM TROUTMAN

STATESVILLE, N. C.
Metallurgical Engineering

Sigma Phi Epsilon Wrest. ing Team I, 2; Intromurols 1, 2, 3, 4; ASM;
YMCA; Lutheran Student Assn.; Monogram Club.

ALVIN HOWARD TUCKER

HICKORY, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Infromurals 1, 2; ASME 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2.

BOBBY CARROLL TURNER

CHERRYVILLE, N. C.

Mechanical Engineering — Heating and Air Conditioning

ASHRAC, Footboll 1, 2, Baseball I, 2.

JACK BOYD TURNER

OLD FORT, N. C
Engineering Mathematics

Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Wesley Foundation, Pres. 4.

JAMES CHARLES TURNER

ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C.
Agricultural & Biology Chemistry

JAMES FLOYD TURNER

WADESBORO, N. C,
Engineering Mathematics

JERRELL MAURICE TURNER

LAURINBURG, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Phi Eta Sigma, 1; Inramural Basketball \, 2, 3, 4; AlP I, 2, 3, 4.

ROGER BLAIR TURNER

GASTON I A, N, C.
Electrical Engineering

BOBBY WARREN TUTTLE

RALEIGH, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

BRADLEY YATES TYSON

WADESBORO, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME, 4; BSU Choir 1, 2, 3.

MARTIN LUTHER TYSON, JR.

RALEIGH, N. C.
Metollurgicol Engineering

ASM 1, 2, 3, 4, Engineers Council 4.

EDGAR MYRON UNDERWOOD, III

SANFORD, N, C.
Electrical Engineering

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappo Nu, Tou Beto Pi, Corres. Sec;
Intramural Football; NCS Bond 1, AIEE-IRE.

JAKE DeLANO VINSON

ROSEBORO, N. C.
Agricultural Education

Kappa Phi Kappa, VO-AG Bus. Mgr. 3; Ag. Ed. Club, Sociol Director 3, 4;

Ag. Club 3, 4. YDC 3, 4.

JOSEPH BENNETT VINSON

RALEIGH, N. C.
Forest Management-
Forestry Club I, 2, Trees. 3, 4; Society of American Foresters 3, 4.

HERBERT ANTON VITALE

NEW HYDE PARK, N. Y.
Science Education

Sigma Alpha Mu Yearbook; Alpha Phi Omego; Wrestling 1; Soccer 1, 2,
3; Interfrotcrnity Sports; CU Bd. of Dir.; IFC Sr. Representative; TV Dicta-
tion.

WILLIAM DEATON WAGNER

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

W4ATC 3, Pres. 4; Charlotte College (Sigmo Lambda Chi, Pres. 2,
Phi Thcta Kappa, Vice Pres. 2.)

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SENIORS

THOMAS WARREN WAHAB

RALEIGH, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering-Aero. Option

KEPPEL DUANE WAIT

ASHEVILLE, N. C
Engineering Mathematics

Fhi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi, Eng, Moth. Club, Apollo Club

ROY ALBERT WALDEN

GUATEMALA CITY, GUATEMALA
Textiles

Delta Kappa Phi

CHARLES ROBERT WALKER

FOREST CITY, N. C.
Metollurgicol Engineering

FREDERICK GUY WALKER, JR.

ALBEMARLE, N. C.
Mathematics Education

GLEN EDWARD WALKER

MORGANTON, N. C,
Mechanical Engineering

JAMES FRANKLIN WALKER

BURLINGTON, N .C.
Engineering Mothemotics

Phi Kappa Tau; Phi Etc Sigma; Cross Country 1; Track 1, Class Treas. 1,
Bond.

RAYMOND HARLEY WALKER, JR.

SPARTA, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering-Aero. Option

ROBERT H. WALKER

YANCEYVILLE, N. C.
Industrial Arts-Tech. Option

JACOB LIGHTSEY WALLACE, JR.

CHARLOTTE, N, C.
Electrical Engineering

Tau Kappa Epsilon; 1st Prize EE Dept. Science Fair, 3; Chairman for Sr.
Class, Science Fair, 4, AIEE-IRE, 3, 4.

THOMAS EDWARD WALLACE, JR.

CHARLOTTE, N. C
industrial Education

Kappa Phi Kappa; Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Industrial Arts Club i, 2,
Pres. 3, 4.

RALPH SCOTT WALLINGER

ASHLAND, VA.
Forest Management

Lambda Chi Alpha, House Mgr. 2, 3; Vice Pres. 4; Xi Sigma Pi; Pinetum

2, Asst. Ed. 3, Ed. 4; Intramurols 2, 3, 4; Forestry Club 2, 3, 4; Canter-
bury Club 1, 2, Pres. 3, 4; Apollo Club 4.

CHARLES FLOYD WARD

WHITEVILLE, N. C.
Mathematics Education

Veterans Assn., Univ. of Go. I .

GRADY DALLAS WARD

CULLOWHEE, N. C.
Animal Industry

Alpha Zeta 3, 4; Jr. Ed. of Meats & Milk 3, 5r. Ed. 4; Intramurols I, 2,

3, 4; Deans List 3; Ag. Club 3, 4; A! Club 3, 4; Livestock Judging Teom
4; Block & Bridle Club 3, 4; (Western Corolina College 1, 2),

JAMES EDWARD WARD

ROSE HILL, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Track I, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, YMCA; A5ME; Talent for
Service Scholarship.

JAMES OSKER WARD

WILMINGTON, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE; Intramurols I, 2, 3, 4, Veterons Assn

NOAH LINWOOD WARD

NAKINA, N. C.
Agricultural Education

Farm House; Intramurols 2, 3, 4; Ag. Club; Ag, Ed. Club; Ag. Day
Program Chrmn.; Barn Warming Prog. Chrmn.

ROBERT LEE WARD, JR.

MOUNT HOLLY, N. C.
Textile Chemistry

Phi Psi, Corres. Sec; Intramurols 1, 2, 3, 4; ASTCC, Treas.

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CHARLES KENNETH WARLICK

POLKVILLE, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

Alpha Bofa Gamma, Intramurals 2, 3, 4.

MAX LANE WARLICK

LAWNDALE, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

ROBERT BENNETT WARLICK

RALEIGH, N. C.

Industrial Arts-Tech. Option

LARRY DAVID WARRINGTON

RALEIGH, N. C.
Textiles

Phi Psi, Veterans Club

ROBERT WARREN WATERS

ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

Theta Tau, ASME; Scobbord & Blade.

HARRY LEE WATSON

WHITEVILLE, N. C.

Mechanical Engineering & Heating & Air Conditioning

ASME; A5HRAE.

JAMES ELWYN WATSON, JR.

RED SPRINGS, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Phi Eta Sic ma, Sioma Pi Sigmo; Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi, Vice
Pres, 4; YMCA 1; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, Vice Pres 3, Pres. 4; ANS
4; Distinguished Military Student 4; ROTC Battle Group Commander 4;

Honors Program,

JAMES FELTON WATSON, JR.

KENLY, N. C.
Engineering Mathematics

EM Club 2, 3, 4; Freshman Orientation Group Leader 3, 4 (East Carolino
College, AFROTC Drill Team 1)

KENT EMANUEL WATSON

RODANTHE, N. C.
Landscape Architecture

DeMoloy 1, 2; WVWP 1, 2; WKNC 3, 4; Sta. Mgr. 4; Publications Bd.
4; CU Film Committee 1, Sec. 2; Bond I, 2, 3.

WILLIAM RANDOLPH WATSON, JR.

RALEIGH, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; AIEE.

HOWARD LEWIS WAYNICK

STATESVILLE, N. C.
Agricultural Education

JACK CARROLL WEAVER

GREENSBORO, N. C,
Electrical Engineering

AIEE IRE; Orientation Group Leader.

JAMES PAUL WEAVER

PENSACOLA, FLA.
Civil Engineering

SAMUEL ALVIN WEAVER

RALEIGH, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

Phi Koppa Tau Chopla.n 3, Scholarship Chrmn. 3, Sec, 4; Phi Eta Sigma;
Intramurals; YMCA Cabinet 2; AICHE 4; CU Publicity Chrmn, 1; Young
Republicans Club I, 2; Freshman Orientation Leader 2, 4,

WALTER HOYLE WEBB

SHELBY, N, C.
Engineering Mathematics

ROBERT CLINTON WEBBER

BLOUNTVILLE, TENN.
Mechanical Engineering

Thcta Chi, Treas., Pres,; ASME.

EDGAR HARRY WEBER

READING, PA.
Mathematics Education

HENRY WISE WEBSTER, III

SHANNON, N. C.
Animal Industry

Form House; Intromurcls I, 2, 3, 4; Ag. Club; Al Club.

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SENIORS

ROBERT LEE WEBSTER

NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Electrical Engineering

AIEE, Veterans Club.

HAROLD ROBERT WEEKS

MEXICO 6, D. F.
Chemical Engineering

Kappa Alpho; AICHE; Conterbury Club; (McGill Univ., Class Mgr. 2,
Vice Pres. AICHE 3).

JOHN TUNSTALL WELCH, JR.

OXFORD, N. C.
Engineering Mothemotics

Phi Eta Sigmo, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi; Bond 1, 2; Asst. Floor Mgr.
2; Moth Club, Sec. 4.

STACY ALLEN WELLS

WILMINGTON, N. C.
Indusfriol & Rural Rec.

Baseboll 3, 4.

ROBERT WAYNE WEST

MARS HILL, N. C.
Textile Chemistry

AATCC; Intcrvarsity Christian Fellowship.

PIETER JAN WESTERBECK

PINETOWN, N. C.
Agricultural Economics

(ntromural Football 2, 3, 4; 4-H, Ag. Ec Club; Ag. Club; CU Film Comm.

GROVER WASHINGTON WESTMORELAND

TROUTMAN, N. C.
Agriculture

Ag. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Animol Industry Club ! , 2, 3, 4.

EDWARD KENDALL WHALEY

RICHLANDS, N. C.
Civil Engineering

RICHARD SIDNEY WHELESS

WADESBORO, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

CLAUD EDWIN WHITE

SHELBY, N. C.
Mathematics Education

GERALD McLAIN WHITE

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Metallurgical Engineering

GERALD SPENCER WHITE

YOUNGSVILLE, N. C.
Agricultural Education

Intrcmurals I, 2. Ag. Ed. Club.

DANIEL CLARY WHITENER

HUNTERSVILLE, N. C.
Horticulture

Horticulture Club 3, 4, Ag. Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

GRIER ELLIOTT WHITESIDES

LINCOLNTON, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Tou Beta Pi; Sigma Pi Sigma; AlP, Vice Pres 3; Dorm Sec. 4; Engineers
Council 4.

CHARLES BROWN WHITLEY, JR.

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Agricultural Economics

JOHN BRUCE WHITLEY

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Agricultural Engineering

Mechonized Ag. Club, Vice Pres., Chairman, Fair Booth Committee.

BOBBY LOUIS WICKER

LILLINGTON, N. C.
Agricultural Education

Ag. Ed. Club 3, 4.

EDGAR ALLEN WILDER

NEWPORT, TENN.
Forestry

Forestry Club; FPRS; YMCA; Wesley Foundation.

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HUGH BRAXTON WILDER

SELMA, N. C.
Agricultural Chemistry

ASAEI, Newsletter 2; Fencing Team I, 2.

JOHN B. WILES

KANNAPOLIS, N. C,
Civil Engineering

JAY FREEMAN WILFONG

NEWTON, N. C.
Agricultural-Poultry

Poultry Club, Reporter 2, Program Chrmn. 3, Vice Pres. 4, Poultry Judging

Team 3, 4.

JACK EDWARD WILKIE

VALDESE, N C.
Mathematics Education

Sigmo Ctii, Phi Eta Sigma, Intramurols
1, 2, 3, 4, AIEE :, 2, 3

2, Intrafroterity Sports 3, 4, ROTC

WILLIAM HOWARD WILKIE, JR.

SKYLAND, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Tcu Beta Pi; Sigma Pi Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Phi Omega; AlP;
Varsity Rifle Team 3, 4; Engineers Council.

ROBERT LEDBETTER WILKINS

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
Mathematics Education

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Arnold Air Society; Fraternity Intramurols 2; Class
Treas i; AFROTC, I, 3, Marching Airmen 2, Codet Colonel, Wing Com-
monder 4, Distinguished Military Student 4; Alt. Student Govt. Rep. 1.

FREDERICK WHITMELL WILLIAMS

WARRENTON, N. C.
Field Crops

intramurOis I, 2, 3, 4, Veterans Club 3, 4; Agronomy Club 3, 4,

HOBERT EARL WILLIAMS

EAGLE SPRINGS, N, C.
Industrial Arts

lA Club,

HORACE EUGENE WILLIAMS

HENDERSON, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE; Veterans Assn.

JAMES GREY WILLIAMS

BUNN, N. C
Mechanical Engineering

ASME.

JAMES SPEED WILLIAMS

N. Y,, N. Y.
Electrical Engineering

Eto Kappa Nu, Treas; Phi Eta Sigmo, Deans List, Dormitory Softball
1; Veterans Club I, 2, 3, YDC Sec. 3; CU Bd, of Dir. 3; Judicial Bd. 2;
Code Board 3; AIEE 3, 4.

JOE MADISON WILLIAMS

OLIN, N. C,

Agricultural Technology-Dairy

Ag. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi School Guide 3; Animal Industry Club \, 2, 3, 4;
Vice Pres. 4, Dairy Judging Team 4.

JOSEPH LUTHER WILLIAMS

ROSE HILL, N, C.
Agricultural Education

Alpha Gamma Rho

SNYDER FRANKLIN WILLIAMS

ROSE HILL, N. C.
Horticulture

Alpha Gammo Rho; Horticulture Club; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Advanced
ROTC.

JOHN HYBERT WILLIAMSON

CLARKTON, N. C.
Agriculture

Alpha Zeta; Poultry Club 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4; IDC 3, 4; Dorm Vice Pres.
3, Pres. 4; Student Government Traffic Appeals Comm, 3, Traffic Comm.
3; Marshal 3.

THOMAS LEE WILSON

STATESVILLE, N. C.

Civil Engineering-Construction Option

Sigma Nu; ASCE; YMCA I

WILLIAM THEDORE WILSON

WINDSOR, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE

WILLIAM CARL WILTON

ONT., CANADA
Textiles

(Transfer from Hamilton Inst, of Tech.)

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GEORGE LUTHER WINCHESTER, JR.

RALEIGH, N. C.
Ceramic Engineering

AFROTC Rifle Team 1, 2, College Union Theater Comm, 2; ACS 3, Sec. 4;
Veterans Club 4.

WILLIAM TUCKER WINDER

N. Y., N. Y.
Civil Engineering

Sigma Chi, ASCE; Veterans Assn. (Ga. Tech. & Geo. Wash. Untv.)

BILLY McCOY WINKLER

GRANITE FALLS, N C.
Electrical Engineering

SGOOC 3, 4; Veterons Assn 1, 2. 3, AIEE.

CHRISTIAN HEINRICH WITZKE, III

WILSON, N. C
Electrical Engineering

Sigma Pi, Alum. Corr. Sec. 2, Historian 3, Sec 4; AIEE; Intramurals 1,

2, 3, 4. Coptoin ROTC; Pershing Rifles; Scabbord & Blade; Flight Training,
ROTC.

BILL REUBEN WOBBLETON

WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
Wildlife Cons. & Mgt.

Leopold Wildlife Club.

STACEY ALLEN WOOD

WILMINGTON, N. C,
Mechanicol Engineering

Veterans Club; ASME.

COLMAN BARNES WOODHALL

DURHAM, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Sigma Pi Sigma (UNC 1,2)

JAMES ADAMS WOODWARD

SUFFOLK, VA.
Engineering Mathematics

JIMMIE WORTMAN

MORGANTON, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Pi Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; AlP, Veterans Assn.; ANS.

OWEN DAVIS WRIGHT

HENDERSON, N. C.
Textiles

Delta Kappa Phi; Monogram Club; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2,

3, 4.

FRANK EARLE WYNE

WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
Industrial Arts-Tech. Option

Track 1.

JOHN NICHOLAS YANTSIOS

SALISBURY, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

ASME.

PHILIP PERSHING YARBOROUGH

LEXINGTON, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering-Aero. Option

Phi Eta Sigmo; IAS; Arnold Air Society; Band 2; Music Comm I AFROTC
I, 2, 3, 4.

PAUL EUGENE YODER

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Industrial Enaineerinq

Alpho Pi Mu 3, Corres Sec. 4; AIIE 3, Progrom Chrmn. 4; Veterons Club I, 2,

IVAN YOPP

RALEIGH, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering-Aero. Option

DONALD GAYLE YOUNG

ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Forest Management

SAF; Forestry Club.

ROBERT WADE YOUNTS

SPRAY, N. C.
Furniture M(g. & Mat.

Veterans Club 2, 3; Furniture Club 2, 3, 4; FPRS 4.

JAMES RUSSELL ZOOK

LENOIR, N. C.
Civil Engineering

ASCE.

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HERMAN HOWARD BABB, JR.

MURFREESBORO, N C
DONALD REED CHANDLER

DURHAM, N C.

MAX EVANS

RALEIGH, N. C.

DAVID JOHN HALL

NEW YORK, N, Y.

WILBOURNE EASLEY HAMNER

NEWPORT NEWS, VA,

GEORGE BONSON HOBSON, JR.

CHARLOTTE, N. C.

ROBERT CHEEK INGRAM

KENANSVILLE, N. C.

JAMES FEUX KLUTTZ

CONCORD, N, C

JIMMY H. KLUTTZ

SALISBURY, N. C.

HAROLD W. LANDRUM

WILSON, N. C,

WILLIAM CLYDE McGEE, JR.

CONCORD, N. C.

ROY HARRISON MINSHEW, JR.

SPRINGFIELD, VA.

EUGENE THOMAS REYNOLDS

FRANKLINVILLE, N. C.

BOB CARLTON ROGERS

TAGOR CITY, N. C.

JAMES McMILLIN STEVENSON

HENDERSON, N. C.

WILLIAM EDISON VALENTINE

WHITEVILLE, N. C

LLOYD GUY WALTERS, JR.

CHARLOTTE, N. C.

RICHARD LOCKMANN WILKINSON

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.

204

Graduate School

JAWAD THANOON AGHA

IRAQ
Horticulture

SHAUKAT AHMED

KARACHI, PAKISTAN
Botany

CHARLES WALTER ALLISTON

FLOWOOD, MISSISSIPPI
Animal Industry

WILLIAM H. ANDERSON

DURHAM, N. C.
Occupational Information and Guidance

PETER ROMAN ANTONIEWICZ

SALISBURY, N. C.
Engineering Physics

NICOLAS ARDITO

PANAMA
Agricultural Economics

LAW LAMAR ARMSTRONG

RALEIGH, N. C.
Engineering Physics

HENRY FOUST ATWATER

BURLINGTON, N. C.
Applied Mathematics

CHARLES WILSON AVERRE, III

SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA
Plant Pathology

PRESTON GWYN BAKER, JR.

DREXEL, N. C,
Textile Chemistry

LEHMAN WILDER BARNES, JR.

SMITHFIELD, N, C.
Industrial Psychology

ROLiN FARRAR BARRETT

RALEIGH, N. C.
Mechanical Engineering

JAMES ELWOOD BENGEL

RALEIGH, N. C
Occupational Information and Guidance

JAMES DONALD BLACKBURN

MT. AIRY, N. C.
Civil Engineering

EDWARD EUGENE BOHE

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

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205

Graduate School

H. ALTON BOYD, JR.

RALEIGH, N. C,
Industrial Psychology

JOE CLEAVES BRADSHAW

LEBANON, TENN,
Dairy Monufacturing

DONALD NORRIS BRIDGES

SHELBY, N. C.
Civil Engineering

CECIL CHARLIE BROOKS

SPARTA, N. C.
Animal Industry

JOSEPH F. BROOKS

RALEIGH, N. C.
Agriculutre

GEORGE WASHINGTON BROWN

RALEIGH, N. C.
Agriculture

JAMES THELBERT BROWN

SMITHFIELD, N. C.

Wildlife Conservation & Management

JAMES WALKER BROWN, JR.

HAMPSHIRE, TENN
Dairy Manufacturing

PHILIP CRAVEN BROWN, JR.

ZEBULON, N. C.

Occupational Information and Guidance

JAMES WILLIAM BYRD

MT. OLIVE, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

WILLIAM FLOYD CAMPBELL

RALEIGH, N. C.
Applied Mathematics

SHIRLEY HARRISON CARTER

RALEIGH, N. C.
Agricultural Economics

GOUARDO CASAS

MEXICO
Field Crops

BARRY AUSTIN CENTINI

LANCASTER, PA.
Mineral Industry Geology

MRINAL KANTI CHAKRABORTY

CALCUTTA, INDIA

Agricultural and Biological Chemistry

206

Graduate School

ROBERT WU-LIN CHANG

TAIPEI, TAIWAN
Elecfricol Engineering

JOE SENTON CHAPPELL

VARINA, N. C,
Agricultural Economics

JAMES OWEN CHATHAM

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

CHING-CHAO CHO

RALEIGH, N. C
Electrical Engineering

THOMAS HAL CLARKE, III

CHRISTIANSBURG, VA
Entomology

JOHN GARLAND CLAPP, JR.

GREENSBORO, N. C
Field Crops

RAYMOND LEE COLLINS

GREENSBORO, N. C
Industrial Engineering

M. THOMPSON CONKLE

CANTON, OHIO
Genetics

THOMAS EUGENE COOK

TAMPA, FLORIDA
Occupational Information and Guidance

NABILTEWFIKCOSTANDY

EGYPT
Textiles

ROBERT IRVIN COTTRANE

RALEIGH, N. C
Agricultural Economics

JEAN ANNE COULSON

ANAHEIM, CALIF
Genetics

CHARLES EDWIN CRESS

SALISBURY, N. C
Field Crops

JULIAN WRIGHT CREWS

BRUNSWICK, GA
Field Crops

JO ANN CROOM

RALEIGH, N. C.
Bacteriology

207

Graduate School

ROBERT EDGAR DALTON

FACES CHURCH, VA.
Applied Mathemotics

DAVID MARTIN DAUGHERTY

WARREN, OHIO
Entomology

ROBERT A. C. DAULTON

S. RHODESIA
Plant Pathology

JORGE GELBOLINGO DIVIDE

PHILIPPINES
Soils

ADAM CLARKE DAVIS

RALEIGH, N. C.
Rural Sociology

CLARENCE BOYLAN DAVIS

WILMINGTON, N. C.
Civil Engineering

JOHN FREDERICK DAWSON

WILMINGTON, N. C.
Industrial Engineering

BASILIO NARVAES de los REYES

PHILIPPINES
Agricultural Economics

ROHITKUMAR MOSILAL DESAI

INDIA

Textile Manufacturing

JOSEPH FREEMAN DICKEY

HILLSBORO, N. C.
Animal Industry

PAUL W. J. DICKSON

RALEIGH, N. C.
Engineering Physics

GEORGE WILLIAM DILLEY

FORT GEO. MEADE, MARYLAND
Animal Industry

SURESHKUMAR BAPALAL DOSHI

INDIA

Chemical Engineering

WALTER DONALD DUCKWORTH

ATHENS, TENN.
Entomology

PHILIP DUSKIN DUKES

REESVILLE, S. C.
Plant Pathology

208

Graduate School

ISMAIL ABDEL EL-SHANSHOURY

EGYPT
Mat-hematics Education

JAMES A. EVANS

WILSON, N^ C.
Field Crops

VANN JACKSON FAULK

RALEIGH, N. C
Applied Mathematics

KENNETH DEANE FISHER

RALEIGH, N. C
Plant Pathology

DAVID LLOYD FLANAGAN

RALEIGH, N. C
Applied Mathematics

JOHN EDWARD FLETCHER

MARION, N. C
Applied Mathematics

JACK ALLEN GARDNER

PASADENA, CALIF,
Engineering Physics

JAMES FLOYD GOGGANS

RALEIGH, N. C.
Forestry

DORSEY M. GOSSETT

HOLLADAY, TENN.
Field Crops

JAMES W. P. GREGORY, JR.

ASHEVILLE, N, C
Electrical Engineering

SOETRISNO HADI

INDIA
Plant Pathology

WILLIAM LEROY HAFLEY

RALEIGH, N. C
Experimental Statistics

FAWZY HUSSEIN HAMMAD

ALEXANDRIA, VA
Metallurgical Engineering

MOSTAFA KAMEL HATHOUT

EGYPT
Animal Industry

PHILIP MONROE HENDRICKS, JR.

LEXINGTON, N. C.
Applied Mathematics

209

Graduate School

ZACHARY ADOLPHUS HENRY

RALEIGH, N, C.
Agricultural Engineering

FABIO HERNANDEZ

BOGOTA, COLUMBIA
Rurol Sociology

AUDLEY EUGENE HILEMAN

FORD CITY, PA
Agricultural Economics

RICHARD RAY HILL, JR.

YOUNGSVILLE, N. C.
Field Crops

HORACE GILL HILTON

DELTA, UTAH
Soils

BOU-LOONG HO

CHINA

Electrical Engineering

CLARENCE ELAM HOOD, JR.

NEWTON, N. C.
Agricultural Engineering

HARVEY ALAN HOROWITZ

OXFORD, N, C.
Applied Mathematics

JOHN MANLEY HORTON

RALEIGH, N. C.

Occupationol Information and Guidance

GEORGE ALFRED HOTELLING

CHAPEL HILL, N. C.
Mechonicol Engineering

ERVIN GRIGG HUMPHRIES

SHELBY, N. C.
Agricultural Engineering

JAMES BAXTER HUNT, JR.

LUCAMA, N, C.
Agricultural Economics

CHARLES ROBERT HUTCHINS

RALEIGH, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

MAHMOUD AHMED IBRAHIM

EGYPT
Textiles

THOMAS GEORGE JAMES

BURLINGTON, N. C^
Nuclear Engineering

210

Graduate School

FELIX MIGUEL JAUREGUI

LIMA, PERU
Poultry

SAMUEL FOREST JENKINS, JR.

OXFORD, N, C
Plant Pathology

KENNETH GENE JESTER

NEWARK, DEL.
Entomology

CHIA REN JIM

KOWLOON, HONGKONG
Textiles

LEROY KENNETH JOHNSON

RALEIGH, N. C.
Civil Engineering

PRESTON BENTON JOHNSON

BENSON, N. C
Electrical Engineering

WARREN EUGENE JOHNSTON

WINTERS, CALIF
Agricultural Economics

ALFRED JONES

RICHMOND, VA.
Agriculture

BENJAMIN LEWIS JONES

ASHEVILLE, N. C
Geological Engineering

HARVEY RAY JOYNER

ELM CITY, N. C.
Civil Engineering

HERNAN B. JULIO

SANTIAGO, CHILE
Dairy

CHARLIE KAW

RANGOON, BURMA
Textiles

RICHARD LEROY KEITHLEY

COLORA, MARYLAND
Wood Technology

TRILOKE KHOSLA

BOMBAY, INDIA
Agriculture

DONG WHA KIM

SEOUL, KOREA
Textile Manufacturing

211

Graduate School

ERVIN THADDEUS KORNEGAY

ALBERTSON, N. C,
Animal Industry

ARNOLD VICTOR KROLL

CALGARY, ALTA, CANADA
Agriculturol Economics

CARL LEATON LANE

RALEIGH, N, C.
Forest Monogement

RAY ROBERTS LASSITER

AHOSKIE, N. C.
Animal Ecology

GUY R. LEDBETTER

BLACK MOUNTAIN, N, C.
Field Crops

JOHN FOY LEDBETTER

ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Civil Engineering

WILLIAM F. LEHMANN

EPHRATA, WASH.
Forestry

WESLEY E. LOOS

BUFFALO, N. Y.
Wood Technology

RUSSELL OSBORNE LYDAY, JR.

GREENSBORO, N. C.
Nucleor Engineering

SIDNEY JOHN LYFORD, JR.

BRENTWOOD, N. H.
Animal Industry

JAMES FRITZ McCALL

FLATROCK, N. C.
Horticulture

WILLIAM FRED McCLURE

CHESNEE, S. C.
Agricultural Engineering

NORMAN EDWARD McGLOHON

LAURENS, S. C.
Plant Pathology

JAMES MARCUS McGUIRE

GASSVILLE, ARK.
Plant Pathology

ROBERT LEE McGUIRE

BREVARD, N. C.
Animal Industry

212

Graduate School

BAXTER G. MclNTYRE

ELLERBE, N. C
Occupational Information and Guidance

ADEN COMBS MAGEE

COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS
Animal Industry

SYED HAMID MAHMOOD

KARACHI, PAKISTAN
Entomology

ELLSWORTH CHAPMAN MAINE

CRANSTON, R. I,
Plant Pathology

CHRESTON FURMAN MARTIN

LANDRUM, S. C.
Nuclear Engineering

GENE A. MATHIA

ANDERSON, MISSOURI
Agriculture

JOSEPH CARSON MATTHEWS, JR.

RALEIGH, N. C
Agricultural Economics

JUNIUS KENNETH MAXWELL

PINK HILL, N. C.
Agriculture

FRANK W. MEAD

COLUMBUS, OHIO
Entomology

BILL R. MILLER

CROSS ROADS, ALABAMA
Agriculture

HORACE LESLIE MILLER

GREEN CREEK, N. C.
Animal Industry

ROBERT HOOVER MILLER

Mt, ULLA, N. C.
Animal Industry

LAWRENCE ALBRIGHT MINK

RALEIGH, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

EVERETT ROYAL MITCHELL

ITASEA, TEXAS
Entomology

HERMILO MONTES

MEXICO
Field Crops

213

Graduate School

SEUNG GYU MOON

IRI CITY, KOREA
Agriculture

CLAIR EDWARD MORRIS, JR.

COLUMBIA, N, C.
Agriculfural Economics

ALFRED LEROY MOWERY, JR.

AUGUSTA, GA.
Engineering Physics

WILLIAM B. NESBITT

EDNEYVILLE, N. C.
Horticulture

SAMIR W. NESSIM

CAIRO, EGYPT
Civil Engineering

AUGUST JOHN NIELSEN

EDNEYVILLE, N. C.
Plont Pathology

JOHN WAYNE NIXON

PILOT MOUNTAIN, N. C.
Agricultural Economics

WILLIE CABANAS OCASIO

PUERTO RICO
Nuclear Engineering

HERBERT WOOD OCKERMAN

BURLINGTON, KY.
Animal Industry

AULSEY THOMAS OLIVE

MT. GILEAD, N, C.
Entomology

HASSAN A. N. OTEIFA

EGYPT

Electrical Engineering

WALLACE O'NEIL PARKER

HUBERT, N. C.
Agricultural Economics

CLARENCE OWEN PARLIN

WINTHROP, MAINE

Occupational Information and Guidance

JAMES FRANKLIN PARNELL

TIMMONSVILLE, S^ C.
Animal Ecology

RAMJIBHAI MADHAVBHAI PATEL

BOMBAY, INDIA
Experimental Statistics

214

Graduate School

GEORGE LOUIS PAYET

RALEIGH, N. C.
Textiles

JOEL VON PERRY

RALEIGH, N, C.
Electrical Engineering

CHARLES WILLIAM PETTUS

ALACHUA, FLORIDA
Agriculture

ROBERT BRIDGER PHELPS

WINDSOR, N. C,
Wood Technology

CARLOS JULIO PINILLA

COLUMBIA, S, A,
Field Crops

CLAUDE GRISLAIN PONCELET

RALEIGH, N. C.
Nuclear Engineering

MARION RONALD POOLE

RALEIGH, N. C
Civil Engineering

HUGH ARTHUR POSTON

CANTON, N. C.
Animal Industry

AMRESH MAN PRADHANANG

KATHMANDU, NEPAL
Agriculture

ABDUR RASHID

PAKISTAN
Electrical Engineering

JULIAN ROBERT RAWLS, JR.

PLYMOUTH, N. C
Industrial Art

BLOSSOM M. REUTLINGER

LONG ISLAND, N. Y.
Occupational Information and Guidance

SHLOMO REUTLINGER

BROOKLYN, N. Y,
Agricultural Economics

RICHARD HARVEY RICHARDSON

MEXIA, TEXAS
Field Crops

JERRY ALLAN ROBERTS

LANDIS, N. C
Applied Mathematics

215

Graduate School

ROBERT WILLIAM ROSEVEARE

GREENVILLE, N. C.
Civil Engineering

JOHN LEONARD RUEHLE

HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
Plont Pothology

ALFREDO SALDARRIAGA

MEDELLIN, COLUMBIA
Entomology

WILEREDO SERGIO SALHVANA

LIMA, PERU
Genetics

LEROY CHARLES SAYLOR

CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA
Genetics

PAUL EUGENE SCARBOROUGH, JR.

STATESVILLE, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

JOHN ROBERT SCHABINGER

ADELPHI, MARYLAND
Animal Industry

HENRY ELKIN SCHAFFER

YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.
Genetics

LEE SCOTT SELF

ATLANTA, GA.
Entomology

JAMES MILTON SELL

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Chemical Engineering

JOHN IKE SEWELL

COVE SPRING, GA^
Agricultural Engineering

ACHILLES GEORGE SFICAS

ATHENS, GREECE
Field Crops

MAQBOOL ILAHI SHAIKH

PAKISTAN
Textiles

MERRIMAN STATON SHOLAR

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

ROBERT HENRY SHULTZ

ELLERSON, VIRGINIA
Nuclear Engineering

216

Graduate School

CARLOS SILVA

MIAMI, FLORIDA
Electrical Engineerin3

JUNE SINGLETARY, JR.

BLADENBORO, N. C.
Electrical Engineering

HOWARD GORDON SMALL, JR.

FAIR BLUFF, N, C.
Soils

JAMES WAYLAND SMITH

OAK GROVE, LA.
Animal Industry

CARROLL JUNIOR SOUTHARDS

RALEIGH, N. C.
Horticulture

RAPHAEL JOHN STEINHOFF

LaCROSSE, WIS.
Forestry

FRANK RICHARD SWORTZEL

KALISPELL, MONTANA
Mechanical Engineering

THOMAS AARON TAYLOR

LANDIS, N. C
Animal Industry

DAVID BOYCE TEAGUE

GRANITE FALLS, N. C.
Applied Mathematics

CARL JOEL TENNER

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND
Industrial Psychology

MITCHELL HOWARD THOMAS, SR.

MULLINS, S. C
Plant Pathology

ROBERT WILLIAM TOLER

DeWITT, ARKANSAS
Plont Pathology

WILL LEE TUCKER

SHELBYVILLE, KY.
Animal Industry

SAMUEL GUY TURNIPSEED

MORAVIAN FALLS, N. C.
Entomology

OSWALDO FLAVIO VARGAS

LIMA, PERU
Entomology

217

Graduate Students

DEMETRIOS ANTONIOS VASILIADIS

SALONICA, GREECE
Plant Pathology

COLUMBUS EDWIN VICK, JR.

WILMINGTON, N. C.
Civil Engineering

RAFAER FRANCISCO VILLANUEVA

LIMA, PERU
Field Crops

CLAS VonRAMM

GERMANY
Plant Pathology

RICHARD A. WIESE

DODGE, NEBRASKA
Agriculture

WAYNE T. WILLIAMSON

CHARLESTON, S. C.
Dairy Manufacturing

WESLEY WITCHER

RALEIGH, N. C.
Plant Pathology

ALVIN EDWIN WOODS

MURFREESBORO, TENN.
Dairy Manufacturing

ROBERT McFARLAND WOODSIDE

STAUNTON, VIRGINIA
Applied Mathematics

CHARLES OWEN WOODY, JR.

SOMERVILLE, TENN,
Animal Industry

ARCH DOUGLAS WORSHAM

CULLODEN, GA.
Field Crops

JERRY WESLEY YOUNG

MULBERRY, TENN.
Animal Industry

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JING-JUE YOUNG

RALEIGH, N. C.
Electricoi Engineering

218

Special Students

MYONG-JAI CHO

SEOUL, KOREA

FRANK WILSON FUTRELL, JR.

STATESVILLE, N. C.

DORIS K. GRUENSTEIN

PHILADELPHIA, PA.

NED FINLEY HARBIN, JR.

CHAPEL HILL, N. C.

CLARENCE LEE HOLLAND, JR.

WILMINGTON, N. C

DANDY CHUN-WING HWANG

FORMOSA, CHINA

MARTHA EMERY IRVINE

RALEIGH, N. C.

SHEPPARD NEAL MOORE

NEW BERN, N. C.

CARLOS GUSTAVO PLATSCHEK

COLONIA, URUGUAY

JAMES CARROLL RICHARDSON

ELIZABETHTON, TENN.

VIRGINIA VON SALES RUIZ

CUERNAVACA, MEXICO

NOEL MILTON SMITH

RALEIGH, N. C.

WILLIAM DARLINGTON TODD, JR.

GASTONIA, N. C.

MICHAEL JACKSON WALL

GRIFTON, N. C.

JERRY MORRIS WILSON

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.

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ATHLETICS

THE COACHES

BILL LEONHARDT, Soccer

WILLIS CASEY, Swimming

EVERETT CASE, Basketboll

VIC SORRELL, Baseball

EARLE EDWARDS, Football

AL CRAWFORD, Wrestling

PAUL DERR, Cross Country Track

222

Monogram
Club

The purposes of the Monogrom Club are to recognize
through a student organization those men who hove earned
a monogram, in accordance with the regulations of N. C.
State College; to foster good fellowship among monogram
winners; to promote a high standard of intercollegiate ath-
letics and the spirit in which they ore conducted; and to en-
courage ideals of good sportsmanship among athletes and
spectators in the best interest of North Carolina State Col-
lege.

OFFICERS

Dick Reynolds
Tom Michaels
Bob Adams
John Lawrence
Frank Morocco
Doug Matfhews
John Hutchlns

President

Vice-President

Membership Secretary

Sergeont-At-Arms

Treasurer

Reporter

Secretary

ADVISERS

Dr. George B. Lucas Dr. John W. Morgan

Mojor Edwin M. Reid

THE 1959

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Eighth row: Brewboker, Smoltz, Michaels, Poole, Bunch, Clements, Peppier, Edwards

Seventh row: Kudryan, laeger, Stephenson, Mitchell, Hodges, Knoll, Kroll

Sixth row: Renner, Pogono, Ewing, Amos, Roycroft, Dellinger, Duricko, Stewart, Wojcicki

Fifth row: Kinek, Leech, Vollmor, Bernhord, Puckett, Motthews, Goedeker, Anthony, Bodziak

Fourth row: Toylor, Golden, Morton, Wilder, Morris, Koumporokis, Morovich, Fitzgerald, Gabriel, Shoffer

Third row: Sheo, Raneri, McKeithon, Stanton, Harden, Gill, Horrell, Wolfer, Drexler

Second row: Mancini, McCloin, Hill, Gibson, Reynolds, Gilleskie, Tapp, Avent, Singleton, Moore

First row: Lawrence, Lotusick, Nye, Co. Copt. Minyord, Co. Copt. Bolonick, Podwiko, Nelson, Morocco, Seese, Bushofsky

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WOLFPACK

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SCORES

State
State
State
State
State

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12

14
15

Virginia
North Carolina
Clemson
Wake Forest
Duke

13
20
23
17
17

State
State
State
Stote
State

14

12

7

28

Wyoming 26

Mississippi Southern 1 9

UCLA 21

South Carolina 12

Maryland 33

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It's hard to write up a summary of a losing team's
season. The facts are well known that the Wolfpack
won only one game and lost nine. If the loyal Wolfpack
fans think this is hard to swallow, what about the team
itself? Day after day last fall the boys knocked them-
selves out in long, unglamorous practice sessions to
come out before loyal fans each Saturday to try again.
Never giving up, the Wolfpack played good clean foot-
ball every game but luck just was not with them.

Gabriel exhibits the form which enabled him to tie
the ACC passing record by completing 19 passes in the
UCLA game.

226

Podwika hits pay dirt the hard way against Corolina. Such a shame he could not hove hit it more often.

The leoders on the field, Co-Captains Balonick
and Minyard, and the leader off the field, Kleod
Coach Earle Edwards.

Latusick evades one tackier and faces another
in that fateful day at Chapel Hill.

227

A swarm of Wyoming tacklers move in for the kill.

Wojcickl has excellent blocking

Gibson moves in for a bone-crushing tackle. The
Carclina man's expression is indicative of what he ex-
pects.

One State player loses his jersey but State still scores against Duke.

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ies a field goal agoinst Wyoming.

No one con forget ten losses in the coin tossing before
each gome or the roin at several of the games. These
facts, however, are only indicative of the bad luck the
team had all season. At the first of the season the team
had fumblelitis and the team was also hurt when several
of its important players were put on the injury list. In
the Mississippi Southern game the Wolfpack went ahead
with a little over a minute left to play. However, with
only 54 seconds remaining, Mississippi Southern scored
on a 37-yard touchdown pass to win the game. In the
Duke game State was in another cliff hanger when it
was trying for a field goal on the final play. It failed and
the loss was by a 17-15 score.

Morocco eyes a would-be
blocker as Podwicko murders
this Duke Player.

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Harrell braces himself before stopping fhis Duke run.

Podwika pulls In another of Gabriel's passes. This combination was o threat
to every opponent.

The Wolfpack played a fine brand of ball all
season with the exception of two gomes. The
Wolfpack could have been on the winning side
of any gome. The poor showing in the Wyoming
gome could possibly be attributed to the Wake
Forest and Duke heartbreokers the two weeks
previous. The Wolfpack hod 148 first downs
while holding its opponents to 122. State didn't
receive any penalties in two games to show the
clean brand of boll State pioyed. State gained
1288 yards on passes and five touchdowns while
its opponents netted 980 yards and ten touch-
downs. In rushing the Wolfpack lost, gaining only
1116 yards to the opponents' 1582. Losing only
seven players, Bolonick, Minyord, Lotusick, Pod-
wika. Nelson, Morocco, and Nye, through gradua-
tion means that the Wolfpock will be back next
year fighting, even though the loss of these
players will be great.

230

SOCCER

Stote

3

State

2

State

3

State

1

State

1

State

7

State

State

2

State

2

Fort Bragg

5

Fort Bragg

6

Lynchburg

1

Virginia

2

Duke

4

Virginia Tech

Maryland

5

North Carolino

5

Davidson

Right wing Joble Redmond is about to center the ball
during the Davidson gome.

First row: S. Tarim, J. Carmen, D. Dee, J. Rivodeneyra, D. Finkelstain Second row: B. Brodsky, T. Zenel, Co-Copt. K. Alber, Co-Copt. J.
Hutchins, Y. Bolto, J. Redmond, E. Uskup Third row: G. Hampton (Mgr.) J. Scott, J. Eaton, G. Hafer, J. Broughton, J. Creed, T. Lind, Cooch
Bill Leonhordt

231

1959 BASKEl

KEN CLARK, Forward

JON SIMBECK, Guard

STAN NIEWIEROWSKI, Forward

CAPTAIN DAN ENGLEHARDT,
Guard

BOB McCANN, Guard

JOHN KEY, Center

DAN WHERRY, Forward

ALL TEAM

RUSS MARVEL, Forward

ANTON MUEHLBAUER, Guard

DON GALLAGHER, Forward

BOB DiSTEFANO, Center

DENNY

LUTZ, Guard

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GEORGE FINNEGAN, Guard

Englehordt drives in with a lay-up against Woke Forest.

State

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State

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State

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'South Carolina

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Stote

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Villanova

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Stote

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Dayton

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Stote

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Holy Cross

63

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Minnesota

48

State

48

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53

State

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'Duke

47

Stote

51

'North Carolina

62

State

51

'Woke Forest

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State

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Schaffer o rough time on this rebound.

A new style of play, a new-found spirit, and a mis-
take have turned State's basketball team into the
hottest thing since the Chicago fire. It's a shame
that this annual has to go to press before the season
is over, for the Wolfpack has won five gomes in a row
and seven in a row in the Coliseum to boost its con-
ference record to 5-6 and overall standing to 9-11.

Three members of the team were suspended for
ten days, but when they returned. State's running
game returned with them. Beating Wake Forest seem-
ed to restore the team's confidence. They suddenly
realized that they weren't as bod as they hod looked
during the first half of the season.

Wherry throws up a hook with the grace of o southpaw.

Niewierowski gets a bunny at Chapel Hill.

McCann climaxes a fast break by pouring in two.

Muehlbauer's left-handed shots just con not be stopped.

State's success, as always has been the case, con be attri-
buted to teom effort; each man on the team playing a vital
role in each victory. Substitutes have played important roles
whenever the regulars cooled off. Recently Niewierowski has
become a terror off the boards, Gallagher has been scoring
like crazy, DiStefano and Muehlbouer rebounding and scor-
ing like never before, and Englehardt directing the plays on
the floor. State fans can rest assured that as long as the Gray
Fox is coaching the Wolfpack, every opponent will have his
hands full, no matter how strong the team is.

Hoadley seems fo be hoving difficulty in obtaining possession of the boll.

Fans anxiously await the opening tip-off.

State controls the tap and Captain Engle-
hardt motions "Set up".

Stote scores and the fans love it.

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DiStefano hits two against Penn State.

Englehordt Is dwarfed by the giants around him.

Moose shoots end everybody watches.

Englehardt slips under the bosket for two.

Marvel and Clark hove their troubles trying to get the
boll.

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WRESTLING

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Maryland 33

State

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Virginia 15

State

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Dovidson 10

State

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North Carolina 18

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Duke

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State

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Clemson

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Pittsburgh

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State

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Already bettering last year's record, the swimming
team has managed to compile a 6-1 record so for. The
exact results of the season are only speculotive: If
Maryland is beaten, the team could end up in a three-
way tie for first in the conference. One of the serious
drawbacks of the team this year has been its lack of
depth, but since all of the members except Adams are
sophomores and this year's freshman team is one of the
best in the history of the school, this problem will be
eliminated next year. Some of the team members are:

JOHN WILCOX — butterfly

ROBIN BEST — distance free style

JIM D'ANNA — sprint free style

JIM CUTTER — backstroke

BOB ADAMS — middle distance free style

FRANK COBLE — diving

First row: J. Allen, J. Proger, J. Singer, Capt. B. Adams, J. Wilcox, J. D'Anna, F. Coble Second row: B. Willett, D.
Spencer, J. Cutter, G. Griswold, P. Forgarasy, T. Klipfel, R. Best

Smith, S. Ellis, E.

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John Wilcox waits anxiously for the start of the butterfly.

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DUKE

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STATE

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STATE

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STATE

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State

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East Carolina

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State

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South Carolina

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Virginia

56 1/3

State

28

Duke

99

State

74

Woke Forest

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Claude Gibson edges ahead in the 120 high hurdles during the AAU
meet.

First row: Cooch Derr, C. Gibson, R. Hall, S. Givetz, J. Davis, D. Roper Second row: B. Michael, M. Rape, N. Reeling, M. Wilkinson,
D. Matthews, J. Walters Third row: J. Brown, B. Wolfer, B. Biggerstaff, D. Drexler, H. Overton, J. Bodziak

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MARCH

26

HAMPDEN-SIDNEY

RALEIGH

MARCH

29

MICHIGAN STATE

RALEIGH

MARCH

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YALE

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PRINCETON

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MARYLAND

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CLEMSON

RALEIGH

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SOUTH CAROLINA

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CLEMSON

CLEMSON

MAY

12

NORTH CAROLINA

CHAPEL HILL

MAY

14

WAKE FOREST

WINSTON-SALEM

Baseball prospects for this spring look good. Nearly every-
one from last year's team will be back. This plus the fact
that there will be several good junior college graduates and
outstanding players from the freshman team give the team
real depth. Hitters such as Lancaster (last year's leading
hitter), Gabriel, Schaffer, Wells, Perry, Edwards, and Cauble
give the team good offense and the exceptionally good pitch-
ing staff gives the team good defense. The one factor that
may keep this team from going all the way will be that it is
short on speed. Some of the team members will be:
Returning:

Wilson Carrufhers, pitcher
Stacey Wells, first base
Jim Cox, shortstop
Eosom O'Neal, third base
Jim Lancaster, outfielder
Jim Story, outfielder

Junior College graduates:

Joel Gibson, pitcher
Adka Perry, catcher

Jerry Cauble, outfielder
Bernie Lotusick, outfielder
Nathan Smith, catcher
Jim Overby, catcher
Owen Wright, pitcher
Weldon Schaffer, catcher

Freshmen:

Wayne Edwards, shortstop
Roman Gabriel, first base
Vernon Strickland, outfielder

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and Army ROTC. The team is a relatively new group since it has only been
in existence for three years. This youngness, however, has not been prevalent
this year, for the team has a 23-0-1 record thus far with 43 matches left.

First row: B. Waller, B. Buchanon, Copt. R. Hinson, R. Pindell B. Herr Second row; F. Wieiond, B. Barbre, L. Banks, D. McRae, W. Rey-
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MILITARY

ARMV

The Army ROTC has as its purpose, the training of
students for position of leadership in the Army in time
of national emergency. The successful completion of a
four year Army ROTC course leads to a commission as
a second lieutenant in the Army reserve.

In the classroom, emphasis is placed on giving the
prospective officer a general background knowledge of
military subjects and activities essential to all of the
Army's fifteen arms and services. Maximum effort is
made to arouse the student's interest through the use
of weapons, illustrations, training films, practical exer-
cise and models.

Drill and Exercise of Command facilitate development
of those essential characteristics of leadership such as
self-confidence, initiative, loyalty, and the ability to
think clearly, make wise decisions and inspire others to
work for the success of any endeavor.

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COLONEL LAUREN W. MERRIAM
Professor of Military Science

Lf. Col. Henry J. Pierce
Lt. Col. John K. Roberts, Jr.
Maj. Vernon B. Drum
Moj. Joseph W. Jenkins
Maj. Donald J. McGurk

Maj. Edwin M. Reid
Moj. Oliver M. Smith
Copt. Ruth M. Isham
Copt. John W. McDaniel, Jr.
Copt. Purdy B. McLeod, Jr.

M Sgt. Thomos J. Denton
M Sgt. Rollins H. Nash
SFC Robert W. Ollenberger
SFC Newman E, Sarvis
SFC Kenneth R. Hunichen

SFC Williom L. Wingate
Sgt. Edward D. Bill
Sgt. Walter B. McDade
Sgt. William W. McLeon, Jr.
Sgt. Bill H. Sims

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Lf. Colonel Jesse H. Scott Mojor Kenneth E. Steppe

Major Jerry S. Harris Major George G. Blankford

Major Hugh C. Bennett Major Gory C. Schultz

COLONEL SAM T. SMATHERS
Brigade Commander

Brigade
Staff

Miss Carole Brown

For the Brigade Commander

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First

Battle

Group

Lt. Col. James E. Wotson, Jr.
Battle Group Commander

Copt. Charles D. Averette Copt. Marion E. Howell Copt. Theodore P. Konkle

S-1 S-3 P.I.O.

Copt. Augustus A. Scott Capt. George B. Hobson

S-2 S-4

Miss Elizobeth Tucker

For the Battle Group Commondsr

252

Major Bobby G. Kiger
Company Commander

Copt. Aubrey T. Davis
Executive Officer

A Company

M/Sgf. Harvey T. Hogan
1st Sergeant

Miss Elconor Edwords
Sponsor

2nd Lt.

Henry W. Webster

Sgt. Jerry 0. Williams

2nd Lt.

Woodley K. Smith

Sgt. Robert V. Gursch

2nd Lt.

William C. Stainback

Sgt. Gerald B. White

Miss Joanne Joyce
Sponsor

Major James J. Richardson
Company Commander

Copt. Thomos W. Kirkpatrick
Executive Officer

M Sgt. Jimmy R. Hostings
Is* Sergeont

B Company

2nd Lt.

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Major Alton J. Sheek
Company Commander

Copt. Edgor L. Boyd
Executive Officer

C Company

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2nd Lt.

Donald M. Dowkins

Sgt. James T. Spence

2nd Lt.

Ronald W. Robarge

Sgt. David W. Fansler

2nd Lt.

George F. O'Brian

Sgt. Larry M. Foust

Miss Brenda Zimmerman
Sponsor

M/Sgt. Paul F. Chumley
1st Sergeant

Miss June Wall
Sponsor

Mojor David R. Redwine
Company Commander

Copt. Thomas L. Wilson
Executive Officer

M Sg». Heath F. Reinhardt
1st Sergeant

D Company

2nd Lt.
Robert L. Blankenship

Sgt. James W. York

2nd Lt.
James D. Simpson

Sgt. Robert D. Lee

Capt.
Charles A. Gontt

Sgt. Harold A. Stegoll

LT. COL. JOHN D. SMITH
Battle Group Commander

Second

Battle

Group

Capt. Norman E. Banks Capt. Jimmy S. Daughtry Copt. Victor W. McPherson

S-1 S-3 P.I.O.

Copt. Charles L. DeBoord Capt. William M. McLaughlin

S-2 S-4

Miss Jo Smith

For the Battle Group Commander

257

Miss Elizabeth Ingram
Sponsor

Mojor Robert L. Davis
Company Commander

I I I Will II iT I • r, nil'

Capt. Phillip 0. Redwine
Executive Officer

M Sgt. Allen N. James
1st Sergeant

A Company

2nd Lt.
Mitchell W. Sellers

2nd Lt.
Simon B. Hoger

Sgt.
Robert E. Rosentheel

2nd Lt.
Spencer N. Shops

Sgt.

John R. Sherrill, Jr.

Major William R. Johnston
Company Commander

Copt. David C. Beam
Executive Officer

6 Company

2nd Lt.

Charles D. Carter

Sgt. Albert R. Kiser

2nd Lt.
I James L. O'Connell

Sgt. Glenn B. Talbert

2nd Lt.

James T. Swicegood

Sgt. Lewis R. Cobe

Miss Rebecca Mines
Sponsor

M/Sgt. Charles J. Russell
1st Sergeant

Miss Patricia Huneycutt
Sponsor

Major Hugh D. Hudgins
Compony Commander

Captain William M. Dellinger
Company Executive Officer

M/Sgt. Paul A. Romeo
1st Sergeant

C Company

2nd Lt.
Charles W. Gurkin

Sgt. Michael W. Wilkinson

2nd Lt.
J. W. Smith

Sgt. Charles D. McMahon

2nd Lt.
Alvin H. Tucker

Sgt. James R. Reynolds

Major Delberf R. Brooks
Company Commander

Capt. David W. Abee
Executive Officer

D Company

M/Sgt. Stanley S. Givetz
1st Sergeant

Mrs. Delbert Roy Brooks
Sponsor

2nd Lt.

James M. Stevenson

Sgt. Worth A. Kendall

2nd Lt.

William A. Hall, Jr.

Sgt. Charles E. Colson

2nd Lt.
James F. Ward

Sgt. Dudley E. Bryant

Third

Battle

Group

LT. COL. HARVEY W. SIGMON
Battle Group Commander

Copt. Robert G. Pearce Copt. Eugene M. Simmons Copt. Berkwood M. Farmer

S-1 S-3 P.I.O.

Capt. Ronald M, Bost Capt. Wayne M. McLaurine

S-2 S-4

Miss Morquerite Schuize

For the Battle Group Commander

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Major Christian H. Witzke
Company Commander

Copt. Joe C. Cansler
Executive Officer

A Company

1st Lt.

Chester A. Honeycutt

Sgt. Marvin R. Richardson

2nd Lt.

Thomas M. Hunt

Sgt. W. W. Hopper, Jr.

2nd Lt.

Robert P. Proctor

Sgt. John C. Overton, Jr.

M/Sgt. Lucius H. Brocey
1st Sergeant

Miss Betty Weeks
Sponsor

Miss Elizobeth Fletcher
Sponsor

Mojor William C. Carrigan
Company Commander

Captain Stanley S. Lucayki
Executive Officer

M Sgt. Ronald L. Olive
1st Sergeant

B Company

2nd Lt.
William P. Bizzell

Sgt. Robert W. Rooch

2nd Lt.
George C. Taylor

Sgt. Billy W. Carter

2nd Lt
James F. Wolker

Sgt. Richard G. Hubbard

Major James L. May
Company Commander

Capt. Dewrey T. O'Kelley
Executive Officer

C Company

2nd U.

Crawford B. Moore

Sgt. Augustus S. Hall

2nd Lt.

Samuel M. Baggett

Sgt. Joseph R. White

2nd Lt.

Stephen D. Brewer

Sgt. Harry E. Mullis

M/Sgt. William 0. Morrison
1st Sergeant

Miss Ann Summers
Sponsor

Mrs. Donald M. Galloger
Sponsor

Major Robert F. Hibbard
Company Commander

Copt. Robert W. Waters
Executive Officer

M/Sgt. George A. Lester
1st Sergeant

D Company

2nd Lt.
William E. Homner

Sgt. John A. Edmondson

2nd Lt.
Thomas H. Pearman

Sgt. Phillip N. Jacobs

Army

U. Colonel W. R. Baker, Jr.

U. Colonel W. R. Garwood

Lt. Colonel I. B. McLeod

SFC R. F. Bethune

SFC J. F. Bodie

SFC L. D. Bordeaux

SFC J. S. Browning

SFC V. B. Burwell

SFC J. O. Corey

SFC J. C. Cotes

SFC W. M. Crockford

SFC J. R. Currie

SFC J. A. Edwards

SFC L. C. Edwords

SFC W. E. Evons

SFC J. B. Fitts

SrC R. E. Gognon

SFC J. H. Hardoge

SFC K. F. Hawkins

SFC A. D. Hooper

SFC J. A. Huggins

SFC T. L. Jones

SFC J. W. KeisHer

SFC T. J. KroH

SFC E. H. Langston

SFC B. G. Lee

SFC J. C. Leonord

SFC S. C. Matthews

SFC J. G. Miller

SFC W. D. Miller

SFC W. T. Mills

SFC J. S. Moffitt

SFC J. L. Poyland

SFC W. J. Osborne

SFC J. A. Oxford

SFC W. W. Page

SFC E. J. Phillips
SFC S. L. Porter

SFC R. M. Pendergust
SFC J. H. Princ3

SFC W. M. Pritchord
SFC J. W. Ray

SFC A. E. Reynolds

SFC J. G. Scott

SFC M. S. Stornes

SFC W. J. Summey

SFC C. R. Vaughn

SFC D. L. Whiteside

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Captain J. C. Cansler
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Top Row: Averette, Banks, Batten, Beam, Bennett, Bizzell, Blankford, Cabe, Carter,

Chiles, Doughtery, Davis, DeBoard, Dellinger, Farmer, Gardner, Godfrey, Garwood,
Guffey, Hamner, fHarris, Hewett, Hinson, Holt, Kendall, Kiger, Kirkpatrick,
Lester, May, McPherson, Scott, Sigmon, Smothers, Woters, Volentine

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Commander

Lt. Colonel R. L. Overton
Deputy Commander

Major L. R. Kirchdorfer
Operations Officer

Arnold Air Society

Top Row: Bartlett, Batten, Crockett, Croom, Cranfill, McNeill, Prim, Roy, Samuels,

Taylor, Thomas, Arnold, Blankenship, Brown, Byrd, Dalton, Foushee, Fulcher,
Hall, Hothcock, Hoover, Howell, Gardner, Kugler, Meade, Nelson, Perry,
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LT. COLONEL WILLIAM R. GUFFEY

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Major Robert M. Chiles
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Captain Fritz H. Oertel
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1st U. 2nd Lt. 2nd U.

Jomes A. Pierson William E. Valentine Edward F. Holt

Sgt. Robert J. Smith Sgt. Lionel H. Bryson Sgt. William S. Lassiter

MAJOR FORREST R. REDDEN

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Bond Commander 1st Sgf.

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Lt. Colonel Virgil F. Batten
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Marching Airmen

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COLONEL ROBERT C. PAUL

Professor of Air Science

A/R FORCE

The Air Force looks to its ROTC program for
many of its future leaders.

Our basic course provides studertts with an un-
derstanding of fundamental military discipline and
organization.

In addition, it provides a basic knowledge of the
air age and the influence of Air Power on World
Affairs — knowledge which is essential for good citi-
zenship, civilian or military, in today's world.

The Advanced Course for selected and volunteer
juniors and seniors provides more intensive aca-
demic and leadership training to quality graduates
for commissions and active duty.

Throughout the entire AFROTC course a primary
objective is to develop in students qualities of
leadership and the ability to communicate effec-
tively. These are keys to success in either military
or civilian careers.

Moj.

Moj.

Maj.

Emmeft H. Miller

Tommy Cobb

Moynard C. Cusworth

Capf.

Copt.

Capf.

Michael E. Alvarodo

Richard L. Carroll

Claude R. Rowell

Copt.

Capf.

Capf.

John B. Fink

Charles R. Rowan

Kendall G. Lorch

M Sgf. Robert L. Murphy, T Sgf. Roberf L. Osfrond, T Sgf.
Calvin C. Monfgcmery, T Sgf. Joseph S. Douglas, S' Sgf.
Freddy Townsend, S Sgf. James D. Whetstone, A IC Don J.
Helsobeck

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COLONEL HERBERT C. ROSE

Wing Commonder

Wing Staff

Miss Merle Mitchell
For the Wing Commander

Lt. Colonel William R. Conley
Lt. Colonel James W. Prim
Lt. Colonel Bobby H. Croom
Lt. Colonel Mittery A. Courie
Major Harold J. Roy

Lt. Colonel Jerry A. Sawyer
Lt. Colonel Phillip L. Hughes
Lt. Colonel Louis R. Kirchdorfer
1st. Lt. Rudolph G. Kugler

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LT. COLONEL DAN JOHNSON

5951 Group Commander

Major James M. Sevier
Deputy Group Commander

Captain Harold 0. Seagraves
Group Administrative Officer

Miss Eleanor Brantley
For the Group Commander

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Squadron 595/

2nd U.
Jerry F. Arnold

Mrs. Gilbert Alligood
Sponsor

Major Gilbert R. Alligood
Squadron Commonder

Captain Earl Smith
Squadron Admin. Officer

M Sgt. William B. Byrd
Squadron 1st Sgt.

2nd Lt. 2nd Lt.

Robert B. Blanchard Thomas D. Hall

Mrs. J. C. Edmundson
Sponsor

Major James C. Edmundson
Squodron Commander

M/Sgt. Herbert- R. Hoover
1st Sergeant

2nd Lt.
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2nd Lt.
Bobby L. Meadows

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Squadron Commander

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Major Johnie D. Thomas
Squodron Commander

Captain Thomas L. Hewitt
Squadron Admin. Officer

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Major Henry D. Cranfield
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Group Administrative Officer

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Major Jomes D. Samuels
Squadron Commander

Captain Thomas J. Pons
Squadron Admin. Officer

M/Sgt. Ross M. Olive
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2nd Lt. 2nd Lt. 2nd U.

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Mojor Leonard G. Breemon
Squadron Commander

Captain Amiel J. McCall
Squadron Admin. Officer

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1st Sgt.

2nd Lt. 2nd Lt. 2nd Lt.

Willis K. Whichard George R. Bennett Robert V. Blankenship

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Squadron 595S

Miss Linda Walker
Sponsor

Major Jock E. Wilkle
Squadron Commander

Captain Phillip Yorborough
Squadron Admin. Officer

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Randall L. Brown

2nd Lt.
James L. Davis

2nd Lt.
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Group Commander

Coptoin Jerry A. Smifh
Group Admirtistrative Officer

Miss Elizabeth Barker
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Miss Morilyn Voss
Sponsor

Mojor Edward K. Wholey
Squadron Commander

Captcin Richord D. Knox
Squadron Admin. Officer

M/Sgt. Donold C. McNeill
1st Sgt.

2nd U.
John K. Duncan

2nd Lf.
Edward W. Ellis

2nd Lt.
Rufus T. Fish, Jr.

Squadron 5960

Miss Chris Olsen
Sponsor

Mojor Paul W. Foley
Squadron Commander

Captain Joseph Weeks
Squadron Admin. Officer

M/Sgt. William H. Hubert
1 St Sgt.

2nd Lt.
Ben A. Gardner, Jr.

2nd Lt. 2nd Lt.

Eugene B. Grant, Jr. James R. Griffin, Jr.

Squadron 5961

2nd Lt.
Hal C. Hartsell, Jr.

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Captain Billy J. Boles
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Mrs. William K. Bartlett
For the Squadron Commander

Major William K. Bortiel-t
Squadron Commander

Captain Edgar V, Sofrid, Jr.
Squadron Admin. Officer

M/Sgt. David B. Whitley
1 St Sgt.

2nd Lt.
Louis H. Stone, Jr.

2nd Lt.
Marvin E. Kreech

2nd Lt.

Thomas J. Goodwin

FRATERNITIES

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GARY SCHULTZ
Vice President

BOB DAVIS
President

Interfraternitif
Council

The Interfraternity Council was organized in the spring of 1931
through the efforts of the Council Administration and the fraternity
leaders. The purpose of the Council is "to advance the interests of
North Carolina State College, to promote the general interests and
welfare of the associated fraternities as a body, and to insure co-
operation between them in their relations with the faculty, student
body, and the public in general." The Council is composed of two
representatives from each chapter, elected by the chapter.

As the social feature of the college year, the Council sponsors
two dances — the Pledge Dance in the fall semester and Spring
Greeks.

BOBBY MEADOWS
Secretary

PETE MOFFITT
Treasurer

LEONARD ALLEN Fll

JERRY AUSTIN i:\

FRED BARNETTE Kl

ROBERT BEADLES 1':^<P

WALTER BEAN i:N

RONALD BOST Ali'

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WILLIAM CAMPBELL IlK./.

JOHNNY COBB i;AK

AUBRY DAVIS 0KT

TOM ECK (IX

AUSTIN EDMONDSON KA

RALPH EDWARDS TKE

GRADY FERRELL KA

EDGAR HARBINSON TKE

JAN JENSEN ^11

SCOOFER JORDAN i;Ai:

YALCIN KERMEN 0EII

WILLIAM LASSITER A X A

LENNIE LAVITT ZiAM

CHARLES McMAHON p II

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ROBERT REDMON nX

ROLFE REUSING IX

H. C. ROSE III

JOHN STONE All'

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295

ALPHA GAMMA RHO

Billy Apple

Leonard Breemon

Bill Corrigan

Ralph Forbes

Robert Nethercutt

Nicholas Paul

Cleo Robertson

Lorry Boxter

Stephen Brewer

George Eliades

Freddie Hopkins

Donald O'Quinn

Thomas Peoman

Gordon Sawyer

Robert Broke

Java Cory

Ronald English

Aubrey Goy

Glenn Patterson

Robert Proctor

John Scott

NU CHAPTER

PLEDGE CLASS

296

AFP

Roger Spenser
John Stone
Lucius Taylor, Jr.

Robert Whitoker
Snyder Williams

Alpha Gamma Rho was founded in
1904 at Ohio State. Its purpose is
to develop the best social, mental,
moral and physical qualities in each
brother and to promote a wider ac-
quaintance and a broader outlook
on the port of agricultural men
through fellowship in a national
organization. There are now 33
active chapters with over 18,000
members.
Nu Chapter was initiated on March 15, 1919. One of
the high aims of NU Chapter is outstanding scholar-
ships and activities which all members are expected to
develop. The social activities include: pledge parties,
Christmas Formal, Founders' Day Banquet, Pink Rose
Ball, and beach parties.

Ronald Bost

Elizabeth Fletcher

SOCIALIZING

297

DELTA S/GMA PHI

bert Adams

David Beam

Neil Clark

Benjamin Gordner

Hugh Hudgins

Albert Kiser

Victor McPherson

Albert Phelps

vid Alexander

Ronald Boger

Michael Collins

Johnny Harrington

Phil Keaton

Thomas Krimminger

Robert Martin

James Pierson

bert Barksdale

Victor Brin

Robert Dormon

Thomas Hay

Bob Kiger

Herbert Little

James Murphy

Rodney Pittma

bert Beadles

Wayne Brooks

Harold Fraiier

Robert Hibbord

James King

Wesley McGee

Ted Owens

Ronald Robarg

RHO CHAPTER

PLEDGE CLASS

298

A I

rry Sawyer
lories Shannon
lories Smith
illiom Stevens

Benjamin Sugg
Stanley Timbiin
Michoel Tribble
Nelson Young

Inspired by the noble ideas of its
founders end built by its theme
of Engineered Leadership, Delta
Sigma Phi Fraternity has steadily
grown until today its chapters are
established on 91 college cam-
puses throughout the United States.
Founded on December 10, 1899, at
the College of the City of New
York, Delta Sigma Phi proudly sur-
veys over a half century of solid
progress and leadership in the Greek World.

Rho Chapter became, in 1915, the sixth national
fraternity to be established at North Carolina State.
Since then, it has maintained a tradition for responsible
participation in all campus activities.

The present Delta Sigma Phi house, purchased in
1957, is located on Tryon Road in front of the Raleigh
Golf Association Clubhouse.

Robert Beadles

Ann Lee

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FARMHOUSE

Lconord Allen
Horold Atkins
Dovid Bramlett

Talmagc Brown
Samuel Byrd
Bernard Ferguson

John Freeman
Williom Fouts
Jock Hawkins

Marvin Hicks
Roy Holder
Herbie Johnson

Larry Lawrence
Thomas McCall
Charles McMohon

Ronald Moss
Robert Shepherd
Doniel Strop

FARMHOUSE

PLEDGE CLASS

300

F H

Albert Sutton
Dole Sutton
Bruce Teosley

Henry Webster
Gerald White
Jomes Wright

Farm House is a national, non-
Greek letter, social fraternity. The
first chapter was established in
1905 at the University of Missouri.
Seven men conceived the idea of
Farm House at Missouri, having in
mind the development of a social
fraternity which would maintain
high morals, develop outstanding
leadership qualities, strive for high
scholastic achievements and pro-
vide a home for worthy agriculture students while in
college. With these definite objectives to reach, the
motto, "Builder of Men", was adopted for the fraternity.
The national scope of Farm House now includes 18
active chapters. Each year almost every Farm House
ranks first in scholarship among the other fraternities
on their respective campuses.

The North Carolina chapter received its charter on
May 15, 1954 to become the thirteenth chapter. The
chapter has taken an active part in campus politics,
leadership, intramurals, and joint fraternity functions.
Although the majority of the Brothers are in Agricul-
ture, the chapter also has men in Forestry, Education,
and Textiles; and fraternity membership is now open
to men in all schools.

Ann irby

Leonard Allen

RUSH PARTY

301

KAPPA ALPHA

lord Bethune

Robert Clement

Austin Edmondson

Rufus Fish

James Griffin

William Johnston

Bobby Meadows

Freddie Roberts

ius Bracey

James Crutchfield

Gene Edwards

Gene Grant

Cecil Hamilton

Gerold Kriegel

Thomas Miller

Dennis Rose

n Brown, Jr.

George Dunlap, Jr.

Grady Ferrell Jr.

Oscar Grant

James Harrison

Arthur Mahaney

John Nixon

John Ross

ALPHA OMEGA

PLEDGE CLASS

302

K A

aary Schultz
lohnny Sherrill
iobert Smith

James Spence
Boyd Steed
James York

Kappa Alpha was founded ot
Washington and Lee University in
1865 to perpetuate the Southern
ideal of gentlemanly character typi-
fied by Robert E. Lee, its spiritual
founder. The fraternity is patterned
on an order of knighthood, and the
members are expected to conform
to the discipline of the order and
cultivate the fraces of Southern
gentlemen. Kappa Alpha restricts
its field to colleges and universities south of the Mason-
Dixon Line. At present there are 76 chapters within
the order. Alpha Omega Chapter was chartered at North
Carolina State College in 1903, and is the second old-
est fraternity on the campus. The year's biggest social
function is the annual Old South Bali.

Austin Edmondson

Sally Bruce

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KAPPA SIGMA

lul Anderson James Barnes Murray Borden Dudley Bryant Arthur Corpening Paul Dans

e Archie Fred Barnette Thomas Boys Ed Calloway Roddie Crosby S.mon D.xon

te Archie Thomas Betts, Jr. Sumpter Brawley Stanley Clarke Philip Daniels Frank Dove

Williom Duke Croom Faircloth Ronald Hulse
Blair Ellis James Harris Kenneth Lougl

Billy Evans Zeb Harry Robert Martin

BETA-UPSILON

PLEDGE CLASS

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K Z

d Matthews
; McCrocken
:r Moore

Billy Morgan
Bob Neely
Buzzy O'Brien

John Reineche
George Snyder
Dutont Vick

Kappa Sigma originated at the
University of Bologna in 1400 and
soon spread to many of the larger
universities of Europe. On Decem-
ber 10, 1869, the "Five Friends and
Brothers" formed the first Ameri-
can Chapter of Kappa Sigma at the
University of Virginia. Kappa Sigma
has grown until it now has at least
one chapter in every state. There
are 100,000 living alumni and 129

Beta Upsilon Chapter was founded on the campus
of State College on February 23, 1903. Since that time
it has initiated over 400 men.

PAUL AND A LIFE OF EASE

Waring Boys

Nancy House

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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA

James Anderson
Eldridge Bales
Billy Carter

Horold Colston
Berkwood Farmer
Billy Gaffney

Charles Gupton
William Lassiter
Dominie Mocrini

Peyton Neol
John Parker
Lanny Royfield

Jack Richard
Sam Smothers
James Spence

Lorry Taylor
David Thames
Rolph Woiiinger

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PLEDGE CLASS

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A X A

David Whitesides
Fred Wielond

Founded at Boston University in
1909, the Lambda Chi Alpha Fra-
ternity has grown to be the largest
national fraternity, with over 150
chapters located at prominent col-
leges in the United States and Can-
ada. The "Cross and Crescent," the
fraternity magazine, is published
seven times annually. Other Lamb-
da Chi Alpha chapters in the state
are located at Duke, Carolina,
Woke Forest, and High Point.

Gamma Upsilon Chapter was founded on the State
College in 1924 and has initiated over 400 men since
that time. The local chapter sponsors the annual inter-
fraternity bridge tournament, a Christmas party and
an Easter Egg hunt for underprivileged children. A high-
light of the social year is the Crescent Boll held in the
Spring in conjunction with other Lambda Chi chapters
in North Carolina.

Peggy Breedlove

DRINK UP!

Mark Raney

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PHI EPS/LON PI

ilvatore Addotta Daniel Dooley

lurray Cowan Donald Dooley

Fredrick Fors
Michael Gold^orb

Arthur Harton
Alfred Hofmann

Yolcin Kermen
Thomas Knight

Thomas Lewis
Marshall McLeod

Robert Myers
Gary Rosenstrauch

PHI EP HOUSE

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Lee Rowley
Robert Show

Kenneth Thorns
Torik Zenel

In June of 1949, a local fratern-
ity. Phi Epsilon Tau, was chartered
into the notional fraternity. Phi
Epsilon Pi. Phi Epsilon Tau had
been founded in 1947 under the
principles of fraternity, liberalism,
and nonsectarionism. These ideals
furnished the spark to weld to-
gether a strong brotherhood under
the charter.

Today the fraternity is rightful-
ly proud of its high scholastic ranking and its reputa-
tion on campus as a leader in extracurricular activities.

Sue Aboulafia

BEATNIKS

Leonard Tillman

309

PHI KAPPA TAU

mes Avent

Fredrick Boelt

Richard Croom

Hugh Holt

Vol Guthery

Anthony Lindsay

Ralph Nelson

Percy Scearce

>lin Barrett

Jan Gates

David Decker

Joseph Huggins

Charles Lambright

Lawrence Moore

Charles Rhodes

Clarence Shipp

jbert Barringer

Williom Crawford

Augustus Hall

Gerald Gibson

Dennis Leffler

Edward Mooring

Charles Sanderson

James Skidmore

CHI CHAPTER

PLEDGE CLASS

310

4) K T

Robert Thorn
James Walker
Samuel Weover

George Willloms

The Phi Kappa Tau fraternity
was founded at Miami University,
Oxford, Ohio, in order to break up
a political monopioy on campus.
Since its founding on March 17,
1906, Phi Kappa Tau has grown to
a notional organization of sixty-
five chapters.

The three cardinal principles
stressed by Phi Kappa Tau are fel-
lowship, knowledge, and truth. The
fraternity maintains high standards of scholarship and
honor, in addition to taking part in all campus activities.

Chi Chapter at State College received its charter on
December 7, 1923. There are, at present, fifty-three
brothers and pledges. We of Phi Kappa Tau have found
a home away from home and, above all, a cornerstone
of lasting friendship.

Sylvia Lon

SLOW DANCE

Aubrey Davis

311

PI KAPPA ALPHA

Robin Best

Bob Davis

Jim Groce

Johnny Johnson

Eugene Longley

Wade McSwoin, Jr

Burl Brady

P. A. Grantham

Charlie Hall

John Kirkley

Thomas Marrow

Wesley Miles

Alex Carter

Robert Gray

Robert Harrington

Jerry Longdon

Woylond McGlohon

Pete Moffitt

PLEDGE CLASS

312

n K A

Carl Newman
Tamm/ Powell
Butch Simmons

Louis Stone
Jim Taylor
Jock Taylor

Pi Kappa Alpha, since 1904, has
been a leoding fraternity on N. C.
State campus. Again this year, Pika
served its purpose — that of build-
ing men of high character. This
group of men found that by living
and working together they could
improve themselves and others
about them.

Of course, these men also de-
veloped their social life. There ore
numerous parties throughout the year, with Pika Ball
highlighting them.

Ralph Edwards

Billie Lassiter

ONE OF THE "NUMEROUS" PIKA PARTIES

313

PI KAPPA PHI

I Arthur

d Baldwin

Brooch

n Broughton

James Browning
Horace Corbett
Jerry Crobtree
David Currin

Alfred Daniels
Thomas Davis
Joseph DeBruhl, Jr.
Edward Dennis

Fronk Draffin
James Durham
George Grubbs
James Gruzdis

Bill Halberstadt Bruce Kernoole Eric Miller

John Hordage Allen Kimball, Jr. Robert Miller

James Hollifield Gordon Knowles Wode Mills

James Johnson Frank McMillan John Moore

James Neol
Chorles Owings
Charles Ratley
Fronklin Ribelir

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PLEDGE CLASS

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onald Rink John Vaughn

oward Roberson Jefferson Wolker
ichord Taylor
William Taylor

Pi Kappa was founded at the Col-
lege of Charleston in South Caro-
lina, December 10, 1904. It was a
concrete and permanent result of
a friendship that had flourished
since the elementary school days
in the environs of one of the South's
oldest towns.

With the definite purpose of ex-
tending the influence of the organ-
ization, the incorporation as a na-
tionol fraternity took place in 1907. From the inception,
the growth of the fraternity has been steady and con-
sistent. The purpose of the fraternity is "To promote
fellowship and mutual trust among its members, to up-
hold the traditions and ideals of the college where its
chapters are located, to encourage excellence in scholar-
ship, and to inculcate in its members the highest ideals
of Christian manhood and good fellowship."

Barbara Campbell

ROCK 'N' ROLL

William Campbell

315

SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON

bbie BeM

Jerry Cebe

Phil Conner

Richard Fowler

Charlie Gurkin

Buddy Harris

Scoofer Jordan

Bill Lytch

Larry O'Connc

rry Brooks

Robert Chiles

Lad Daniels

Jerry Godfrey

Hoyt Hackney

Art Honeycutt

Dick Knox

Nat Martin

Mike Perry

1 Caldwell

Johnny Cobb

Bill Doughty

Bob Goff

John Hancock

Bill Hummel

Bill Kropp

Johnny McRory

Jock Poteet

N. C. ALPHA

PLEDGE CLASS

316

I A E

3ove Puett
jene Rickell
S^onfy Sevier

John Seymour
Kenneth Steppe
Charles Tote

Johnny Wilcox

Pete

Pot

Sigma Alpha Epsilon was born on
the campus of the University of Al-
bama in 1856. From the day of its
birth, SAE was committed to hold
fast to all things which are good
and true in college and fraternity
life and to turn away from every
motive and action which might
lessen esteem for character and re-
sult in the weakening or breaking
of the ties of friendship.
First of the great line of Southern fraternities, SAE
now hos 143 chapters in 46 states with 90,000 living.
Coordination of the second largest national fraternity
stems from the national offices housed in the beautiful
Levere Memorial Temple at Evanston, Illinois.

Alpha Chapter was established on the State College
campus in 1947, and during this twelve-year span since
its conception, has risen to take its rightful place on
campus. Guided by high ideals and noble ambitions, it
hopes to prove the worthiness and value of fraternal
living.

Scoofer Jordan

Marilyn Voss

LOOK MA! NO CAVITIES

317

SIGMA ALPHA MU

Ben Alegranti
Alan Altman
Ronald Bard

Alan Berkelhammer
Mike Berkelhammer
Arnold Cohen

Sranley Goldberg
Ronald Goldstein
Hosdoy Hobib

Bruce Hessler
Merriil Leffler
Eddie Lurey

Gary Massel
Jeffrey Proger
Peter Lehrer

Barry Piesner Richard Shachtman David Steinb

Jobie Redmond Spencer Shops Donald StudI

Fred Schofer Michael Shulimson Fred Slosmai

SIGMA OMEGA

318

i: A M

^orfin Taylor Richard Williamson

lerbert Vitole Ronold Wurfzburger

ilan V/einberg Richard Zinn

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Sigma Alpha Mu was founded on
Thanksgiving Eve, November 26,
1909, at the College of the City of
New York. The eight founders
pledged themselves to lasting
friendship.

The object of the fraternity, as
expressed in its constitution, is "to
foster and maintain among its sons
a spirit of mutual, moral aid and
support; to inculcate among its sons
such ideals as will result in actions worthy of the highest
precepts of true manhood, democracy, and humanity."
Sigma Omega Chapter is the outgrowth of a local
fraternity, Theta Phi, which had its beginning in 1929.
From its inauguration, the fraternity has always main-
tained high standards of scholarship and conduct.
Sigma Omega Chapter is the owner of its house at 304
East Park Drive.

Lenny Layitt

Mary Ellen Bell

A TOAST

319

SIGMA CHI

Andrew Adams Willed Bennett Jomes Crawley Robert George Bruce Hoodley Allen Jomrs Robert LInder

Doug Angel Pen Cossels John Curlee Robert Giersch Daniel Huffman Rudy Kugler Joel Locke

Jerry Austin Edmund Cook David Elliott George Hommett Bill Jackson

Chuck Miller Wilbur Mozi

Jim Moore John Newlin

John Lawrence Leighton McGinn Bill Morrison Everett Norti

DELTA EPSILON

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320

1 X

I O'Brien
nrod Peorson
nes Powell

Joel Ray
John Speight
Ed Summers

Jock Wilkie
James Wood
Mike Word

Sigma Chi Fraternity was estab-
lished at Miami University, Oxford,
Ohio, on June 28, 1855. Since that
time it has grown to a strength of
128 active chapters throughout the
United States and Canada with over
68,000 living initiates.

After two years of existence as a
local fraternity, known as Chi Sig-
ma, Delta Epsilon Chapter was
established at North Carolina State
College on May 15, 1943.

With its own chapter house at 2514 Clarke Avenue,
Sigma Chi takes an active part in all campus activities.
Among the accomplishments of the fraternity ore winning
the fraternity intramural championship trophy nine of
the last ten years and having a sing group that takes part
in many of the musical activities on campus.

Rolfe Reusing

Jean Locke

COOL MAN!

321

SIGMA NU

hard Benbow John Brumley Roy Chompion Bob Droughn Roger Gregg Arthur Latimer Roger Morrison Ed Puckhaber Thomos Robin:

bert Blonchord Eugene Bryant Terrell Corkern Jerry Elliott Boyce Horwell Barnes Lawrence George O'Horo David Pureed Edgar Sofrit

3rge Blonkford Fred Callahan Lonnie Coulter Charles Flynt Kenneth Hawn James Lewis Louie Pollock Dudley Rabb Rutus Smith

nes Brame Richard Clement Richard Duke Maxwell Foglemon Thomas Hewitt Williom May William Porter Corl Reichenbach John Stevens

BETA TAU CHAPTER
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PLEDGE CLASS

322

I N

bert Sullivan Thomas Wilson
to Thorpe Walter Wilson

rl Thompson
arles Vaughn

Sigma Nu had its beginning in
the State of Virginia. Founded at
the Virginia Military Institute by
three Confederate veterans, in
1869, Sigma Nu was early known
as the Legion of Honor, from which
some of its outward manifestations,
such as the badge, were taken.
Honor was the cardinal motive, vir-
tue the essential teaching, and
friendship the token of Sigma Nu.
Beta Tau Chapter was founded at State College in

April 1895, thus making it the oldest fraternity on the

campus.

Beta Tau Chapter has initiated over 600 college men
during its sixty-four years of existence. " To be-
lieve in the Life of love, to walk in the Way of Honor,
to serve in the Light of Truth, this is the life, the way,
and the light of Sigma Nu — this is the Creed of our
Fraternity."

Barbara Adams

BOWERY PARTY

Wolter Bean

323

SIGMA PHI EPSILON

riesf Arthur Robert Broome Jerry Coram Lorry Foust James Hooks Thomas Jones David Lose Bill McLourine Charles Polio

el Baucom Jerry Bullin Frank Davis James Frye Jerry Huffman Woodrow Jones Bill Marley Joseph Middleton Ted Robinson

I Biggerstaff Harris Caldwell Clarence Duncan Bill Garwood Charles Jomerson Lawrence Loxfon Richard McDonald Donald Moss Cloud Sonfor

lly Boles Rodney Carroll Eion Faelten Thomas Hill Bill Johnston Charles Livengood John McGohey John Nosh Jerry Smith

SIG EP HOUSE

REPEAT PERFORMANCE

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324

l^E

<ave Thomos Daniel Wherry

ill Thornton Michael Wilkinson

ohn Troutman Milton Williams

ill Westbrook Fred Wilson

Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded
on November 1, 1901, on the cam-
pus of Richmond College in Rich-
mond, Virginia. In the 56 years
since its founding Sigma Phi Epsilon
has grown from a small group of
twelve to a membership of over
49,000 brothers oil over the world.
Today there are Sig Ep chapters at
almost every important college and
university in the United States.

The chapter is active in all campus activities. Scho-
lastically the Sig Eps are one of the highest on the
campus. One of the gala weekends is the Carolina Sig
Ep Ball which is held in conjunction with several other
chapters of the Carolinas.

Beta Chapter at State College was given its charter
in 1905, making it the fifteenth Notional chapter. The
present house, purchased in 1948 by the alumni, is lo-
cated at 2512 Clark Avenue.

Gigi Padgett

SWINGING SWEETHEART

Dove Thomas

325

SIGMA PI

oyne Bolick

Bill Culbreth

James Entrekin

Richard Freeman

James Knox

Gerald McVicker

William Poge

as Christenbury

Leete Doty

Robert Fitts

George Gaines

Robert Losseter

William Miller

Walter Roberts

II Cooper

John Eaton

Lorry Fleming

Jimmy Hastings

Didier LeBlan

Henry Normon

Herbert Rose

Sam Rose Charles Thom(

George Rudisill Alton Tilley
John Stevens Vaden Underv

RHO CHAPTER

PLEDGE CLASS

326

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ymond UptegroveCandler Willis
en Word Christian Witzke

mes Willioms

Sigma Pi was founded on Feb-
ruary 26, 1897 at Vincennes Uni-
versity, Vincennes, Indiana. The
purposes of its four founders was to
establish brotherhood and "to or-
ganize the most worthy activities,
social, athletic, and scholarly, and
set a high standard of manliness
and college loyalty."

On May 28, 1921, a State Col-
lege Fraternity, Sigma Chi Gamma,
became Rho Chapter of Sigma Pi. At the time the Sigma
Pi National Organization consisted of seventeen chap-
ters; since that time Sigma Pi has expanded to include
seventy chapters at leading colleges and universities
throughout the nation.

The highlight of the Rho Chapter social calendar is
the annual Founders' Day Banquet and Orchid Ball,
which is held on the weekend nearest to the anniversary
of the founding date. Each year Rho Chapter presents
a Pledge Scholarship Trophy to the fraternity on cam-
pus, whose pledge class has the highest scholastic
average.

Barbaro Faulkner

BUT, IT TICKLES

Jon Jensen

327

TAU KAPPA EPSliON

icob Ballard Robert Bowen Robert Burke John Cerasi David Hall

II Bissette Richard Bradshow Michael Carrier Roger Fleming Bobby Hatley

ardon Bond Charles Brown Morris Carroll James Gross John Hill

Richard Hill Richard Kent James Long James Oppenhei

Billy Jones Stephen Koszewski John McGuinn Gordon Owen

George Jones Gerald Loney Byron Mead James Parrish

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T K E

ohn Paul Jesse Scott Jocob Wolloce

Uberf Price Taliaferro Simpson Carl Wider<
>onald Ritchie Charles Stallings Robert Zangas

Tau Kappa Epsilon was founded
on January 10, 1899, at Illinois
Wesleyan University, Bloomington,
Illinois. The founders established a
fraternity of men chosen "not for
wealth, rank nor honor, but for
their personal worth and charac-
ter." The basic principles are char-
ity, esteem, and love. A merger of
a local fraternity. Alpha Lambda
Tau, and the nationally establislred
Tau Kappa Epsilon brought TKE to the south in the
form of the Beta Beta Chapter at State College in 1947.

The chapter has always prided itself on the interest
members have shown in sports, student government,
publications, and particularly scholarship. Highlights of
the Teke social calendar include the Founders' Day
Banquet, the Carnation Ball, and the French Quarter
party.

TKE emphasized the importance of careful balancing
of social activities, scholastic work, and participation
in the extracurricular program of the college.

Edgor Harbinson

Mary Harbinson

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THETA CHI

ice Apple John Chappell James Dovis

les Boyland Alan Chedester Morris Dillinghor
hard Buynitzky Emory Chrisawn Anthony Drum

Johnny Dunlop Charles Hamilton Lacy Landgon Gary Miller Reid Patterson Robert Redmoi

Thomas Eck Wayne Hotley Ira Leggett James Moss Carl Penney William Sharp

Kenneth Gillis Charles Kirkmon Randolph McLeod Murdoc Murchison Dean Reber Joel Shedd

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rhomas Smith
lockie Sparks
Charles Sporrow

Bayne Steele Raymond Winton

Jay Stuart Jared Wolfe

Robert Webber Bruce Wright

Theta Chi Fraternity was founded
April 10, 1856 at Norwich Univer-
sity, Norwich, Vermont. From this
beginning 102 years ago the fra-
ternity has continually expanded
until it now has 120 chapters on
leading college and university cam-
puses.

Delta Rho Chapter was installed
at State College on May 17, 1952.
Our chapter's intentions are to
make the fraternity a campus substitute for each mem-
ber's home; to make the chapter house a home where
members may live, study, work, and ploy with reason-
able comfort and happiness; to assist in socializing the
new pledges into the finished product of the graduating
senior; to teach them principles of self government; to
aid them in attainment of high scholarship; to encour-
age them to gain the self-confidence and the building
of personality that comes from participation in campus
activities — in short, in every way to aid them to become
better fitted for distinguished service to their commun-
ity and the world at large.

Robert Webber

Carol Ann Bowden

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Sigma Kappa was founded in the state of Maine in
1874. Since its origin at Colby College, Sigma Kappa
has grown from five original members to over 35,000
in 97 college chapters throughout the United States.

Gamma Phi Chapter had its beginning at North
Carolina State College in Oct. of 1959, making it the
first sorority on campus. It is composed of 16 members
who take an active part in the life of the college and
strive to make the Gamma Phi Chapter the best of
Sigma Kappa.

The pledge of Sigma Kappa is ". . . to strive for the
development of fine character, intellectual and social
culture, and to serve my sorority and college loyally
and well. . . ."

Linda Wey

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Christmas Party

Visitors from National

Fran Birch — 2nd Treosurer

Patrica Blue

Evelyn Clark — 1st V. President

Sally Clark — Corresponding Secretory

Merry Dovis

Patricio Garner

Betty Harris — Recording Secretary

Melissa Lindsey

Peggy McConnell

Ida Mears

Nancy Moody — Registrar

Eva Sandlin — 2nd Vice President

Shirley Scott

Georgia Thomos — 1st Treasurer

Linda Wey — President

Helen Wigg — Librarian

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UNDERCLASSMEN

1

MIKE WILKERSON, Secretary

JOHN EATON, Treosurer
PAUL LEGGETT, President

BOB REDMON, Vice-President

Class of 1961

336

JUNIORS

Abe, Fujio Albemarle

Abernafhy, Ralph Garlond Gastonia

Abernethy, William Carl Huntersville

Acra, Roland Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Adams, Robert Leon Pawtucket, R. I.

Adams, SaJothiel Liell, III

Rowland

Adcock, Shelton Young

Henderson

Allen, Charles Raymond

Goldsboro

Allen, Norman Samuel

Graham

Allen, Robert Lee

Hampton, Va.

Allman, Leon Preston

Charlotte

Allred, Johnny William

Elon College

Andrews, John Edward

Raleigh

Annas, Samuel Leon

Hudson

Arnold, Jerry Frank

Spruce Pine

Arthur, James Harrison, Jr.

Mt. Holly

Arthurs, David Franklin

Mooresville

Atkinson, Marion Woyne

Elizabethtown

Austin, Conrad Nelson

Charlotte

Avent, James Kirkman, Jr.

Tarboro

Avero, Roy Glen

Houston, Texas

Baggett, Jasper Leroy

Salemburg

Baker, Junius Ora, Jr.

Raleigh

Baker, Neil Duncan

Rowland

Baldwin, Frederick Foster

Clarkton

Baldwin, John Kelly

Abbottsburg

Baldwin, Von McLoyd

Durham

Bales, Eldridge Theodore

Winston-Salem

Ball, David Graham, Jr.

Raleigh

Bonnerman, W. Haywood

Carolina Beach

Barbot, James C.

Wilmington

Barbour, William Alonzo

Benson

Barefoot, Bright Hilton

Matthews

Barefoot, Donald Ray

Newton Grove

Barefoot, Ovalee E.

Newton Grove

Barker, Bennie Lee

Worrensville

Barnhill, Alton James, Jr.

Bunnlevel

Barrier, Cleveland Lipe, Jr.

Mt. Pleasant

Barringer, Larry Erwin

Hickory

Bassett, D. G. Shawinin

gan Falls, Quebec

Batchelor, William Maylon,

Jr. Tarboro

Beard, Hoyt Sturdivant

Pittsboro

Belangia, Elmo McCotter, Ji

r. Arapahoe

Bell, Thurman Ronald

Raleigh

Bennett, Bobby Gene

Glen Alpine

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337

JUN/OR

m^Jik

Bennett, George Ratliff

Raleigh

Bennett, Robert Elwin

King

Berry, Bobby Mac

Burlington

Biggers, Homer Lee, Jr.

Morgonton

Biggerstoff, William Thomas

Shelby

Block, Mary Elizabeth

High Point

Blockman, Ernest Roy

Hoilsboro

Blackwood, Robert Hampton

Cory

Blackwood, Sam J.

Raleigh

Blake, James Gordon, III

Wallace

Blolock, Hoyle Lee, Jr.

Boiling Springs

Blalock, Willard Eugene

Halifax

Blankinship, Julian A., Jr.

Lynchburg, Va.

Boddie, Jack William

Goldsboro

Bodie, James Fredrick

Thomosville

Bolick, Neil Oren

Hickory

Bolick, Roger Eugene

Hickory

Bolinger, Johnny William

Vale

Bond, Gordon Rondel Bluefield, W. Vo.

Bone, Roger Wayne

Nashville

Booker, John McArtan

Clinton

Bordeaux, Larry Dawson

Ingold

Bostian, Curtis Hugh

Mooresvilie

Bowen, Robert Calvin, Jr.

Charlotte

Bowling, Edward L.

Broadway

Boyer, Allen Norman, Jr.

Martinez, Go.

Boyette, Allen C.

Goldsboro

Boyland, James Leo

Alexandria, Va.

Brocey, Lucius Hozeltine, Jr.

South Hill, Va.

Brackett, Mitchell D.

Casar

Branch, Robert Bailey

Rich Square

Brannock, William Eugene

Reidsville

Braswell, Harold Thomas

Goldsboro

Brautigam, Richard Henry

Winston-Salem

Bridgeman, Sherman M., Jr.

Hendersonville

Bridgers, Gary Bryant

Conway

Brill, Richard Byron

Urbanno, Va.

Brittain, Wayne Michael

Morgonton

Britton, Walter Martin

Lasker

Brockmann, Otto Raven, Jr.

Greensboro

Brooks, Wayne Maurice

Raleigh

Brotherton, Robert Kaylor

Sherrill's Ford

Broughton, John, III

Hertford

Brown, Charles Calvin

Richmond, Vo.

Brown, Henry Alfred

Apex

338

CLASS

Brown, Randall Lanier Greensboro

Brown, Talmage Thurman, Jr. Raleigh

Browning, James Stephen Salisbury

Bryan, Benjamin Edward Jacksonville

Bueck, Hieronymus Clell Franklin

Bullard, James Connor Charlotte

Bunting, Phillip Marshall Greensboro

Burke, Baxter Daniel Siler City

Burke, James Franklin Kings Mt.

Burn, John Ladley Shelby

Busic, Robert Franklin Sparta

Butler, Roy McMillian, II Clarkton

Byers, Ted Ronald Concord

Cabe, Alex Wimer, Jr. Fontona Dam

Cabe, Lewis Russell Franklin

Caldwell, James Daniel
Calhoun, Lauder Eugene
Callicutt, Joseph Hugh
Campbell, Donald Byron, Jr.
Carey, Java O'Neil

Carlyle, Robert Cecil

Clyde

Laurinburg

Asheboro

New Bern

Burlington

Fayetteville

Carpenter, Jimmy Gray Monroe

Carpenter, Lewis Franklin, Jr. Dallas

Carr, John Curtis Goldsboro

Carrington, Thomas Watkins, Jr. Oxford

Carson, Edward

Raleigh

Carter, Billy Wayne

Middlesex

Carter, Cecil Neal

Savannah, Tenn.

Carver, James William

Fayetteville

Cato, James Thomas

Charlotte

Cauble, Berry Wendell

Gastonio

Cheek, Walter David

Burlington

Cherry, Solomon Thad

Fayetteville

Childress, Richard Clark

Greensboro

Chrisawn, Emory Dean

Celo

Christenbury, Silas Ted

Harrisburg

Christopher, William Ames

Franklin, Va.

Chumley, Poul Franklin

Fayetteville

Clark, Donald Eugene

Gastonio

Clark, Evelyn Dee

Beulaville

Clark, James Norfleet, Jr.

Weldon

Clemmer, William Herbert

High Point

Clemmons, Gene Arthur

Clayton

Clifton, Frank Thomas, Jr.

Mt. Olive

Cline, Stamie Sherrill, Jr.

Raleigh

339

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JUNIOR

Coble, David Scott

Garland

Coble, James Alfred

Liberty

Coble, Richard Nelson

Fayetteville

Cole, Robert Ervin

Charlotte

Colombo, Ronald Wayne

Pearl River, N. Y.

Colson, Charles Edward

Norwood

Combs, Clarence Leon

Darper

Cook, Charles Wesley

Calypso

Cook, Johnny Hugh

Marion

Cooke, Charlie Harrison

Lawndale

Cooke, James Robert

Huntersville

Cooke, Oren Boyd

Maiden

Cooper, Barry Bennett

Fayetteville

Cooper, David Elder

Cory

Cope, Richard Owen

Gastonia

Cope, Roy Douglas

Lexington

Correll, Edward Max

Monroe

Couchell, Gus Perry

Charlotte

Credle, Oliver Paul

Washington

Crew, James C.

Morganton

Crook, John Marvin

Enka

Cross, Blanche Louise

Vo. Beach, Va.

Cross, Lawrence Campbell

Olivia

Crotts, Carl Benson

Trinity

Crowell, Joseph Spottswood

Enka

Culler, Richard Broadus

High Point

Cuningham, Henry C, Jr.

Winston-Salem

Cunningham, Charles Emory Charlotte

Curlee, Ronald Keith

Albemarle

Currie, James Richard

Lardmont, N. Y.

Cutler, Ernest Harding

Blounts Creek,

Dabney, William Robert

S. Amboy, N. J.

Dahlen, Philip Bernard

Oakland, N. J.

Dalton, John Covington

Asheboro

Daniels, Lowry A., Jr.

Driver, Va.

Daniels, William Henry

Fort Bragg

Davis, James L'Roy

Raleigh

Davis, Joe Eric

Charlotte

Davis, John Charles

Greensboro

Davis, Phillip Armfield

Graham

Davis, Robert Baker

Elizabeth City

Davis, Robert Dabney

Winston-Salem

Davis, Thomas Barry

Charlotte

Deaton, Bobby Bernard

Morganton

Decker, David Richard

Winston-Solem

340

CLASS

Del-Carmen, Juan Jose' Guatemala, C. A.

Dellinger, Cecil McClellan Stanley

Dennis, William Lawrence Randleman

Derrick, William Edwin Charlotte

Dickens, Robert Maynard Black Mt.

Dinnes, William Donald

Franklin

Dobyns, George Edward R

ural Retreat, Va.

Doggett, William Tate

High Point

Donaldson, Joe Kelly

Mt. Mourne

Doub, Joseph Donald

Pfafftown

Drye, Homer Franklin

Salisbury

Dumas, Edward James

Raleigh

Duncan, John Kenneth

Kannapolis

Duncan, Marshall Yates

Clayton

Dunn, Harry Patton, Jr.

Danville, Va.

Dunning, Kenneth Alan

Kinston

Dyer, Edward Grant

N. Wilkesboro

Early, John Gordon

Raleigh

Earp, Larry Gordon

Charlotte

Eaton, John Edwin

Asheville

Eberly, Curt Weik

Sheridan, Pa.

Eck, Thomas H.

Savannah, Go.

Eckstein, Louis W., Jr.

Bryson City

Edens, Wesley Irvin

Draper

Edmonds, Lloyd Verner

Roanoke Rapids

Edmonds, Rufus Eugene

Elkin

Edmundson, James Carroll

Pikeville

Edwards, Jerry Allen

Mooresville

Edwards, John Lester, Jr.

Woynesville

Edwards, Larry Clifton

Hamlet

Edwards, Ralph G., Jr.

Raleigh

Edwards, Roger P.

Cerro Gordo

Edwards, Verlin Augustus

Woynesville

Edwards, Walter Allan

Marshville

Elam, Edward Stuart

Charlotte

Elkins, Edwin

Clorkton

Ellen, Julius Edward

Rocky Mount

Elliott, David Bruce

Forest City

Elliott, Johnny Lee

Stotesville

Ellis, Edward William, Jr.

Henderson

Ellis, George Burkhardt, Jr.

Winston-Salem

Ellis, Larry Wayne

Durham

Emerson, Thomas Jackson

Siler City

English, William OIlin

Watha

Eppes, William Ryan

Charlotte

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341

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JUNIOR

skridge, Harold Eugene

Shelby

udy, Larry D.

Charlotte

verett, Marvin McHenry

Robersonville

aires, Ned Tracy

Mount Holly

alls, Richard Dan

Bessemer City

ansler, David Wayne

Winston-Salem

arlowe, Horace Laverne

Greensboro

arr, Edward Clark

Charlotte

arrell, Claude Herman, III

Raleigh

arris, Arthur Campbell

Charlotte

eimster, Alan Grant Taylorsville

elmet, Jock Welch Waynesville

etherston, David E. Grand Rapids, Mich,
icquett, Frederick Arthur, Jr. Harrells

ields, Edgar Milton, Jr. Hertford

iles, Douglas Wade

Raleigh

ilsoof. Food Fred

Tehran, Iran

inger, David Alton, Jr.

Kannapolis

ish, George W.

Roanoke Rapids

ish, Rufus Talmage

Wilson

isher, James Crowell, Jr.

Mt. Pleasant

isher, Norman Roy

Raleigh

isher, William Arnold

Durham

itts, Edward Plummer, J

r. Littleton

itts, Jerry Burt

Raleigh

lake, Wildon Curtis

New London

leming, Larry Milton

Morgonton

lynn, Joe Franklin

Chimney Rock

ock, David Siew-Pun

Singapore, China

ogle, Fred Auil

Shelby

oil, William Kenneth

Kannapolis

olson, James Warren

Newport News, Va.

ord, Wayne, Emrick

Richmond, Va.

ore, James Ray

Waynesville

oushee, Charles Broadus

, Jr. Raleigh

outs, William Elbert

Franklin

owler, Robert Lewis

Bryson City

rady, James Howard

Canton

rame, Wesley Booth Staten Island, N. Y.

rancis, Joseph Marshall

Conway

ranklin, Kenneth Voden,

Jr. Cory

razier, Harold Leon

Charlotte

razier, Winston Earle

Wake Forest

uhrer, Raymond K.

Charlotte

ulcher, William Freddy

Rocky Mount

342

CLASS

Fuller, Richard Vernon Charlotte

Gamble, Ernest Washington, Jr. Salisbury

Garcia, Oscar Nicolas Habana, Cuba

Gardner, Ben Alton Ayden

Gardner, Joe Dan Dallas

Gardner, Robert Lee
Gardner, Thomas Alfred
Garner, Charles Philemon
Garner, Gilbert Giles
Garner, Patricia Louise

Garrison, George Walker, Jr.
Gay, Aubrey Leonard
Gentry, Steve Elaine
Germoine, Winthrop Henry
Gerringer, Hugh Leslie, Jr.

Gibbs, Russel Wayne
Gibson, Harry Jackson
Gibson, John Wayne
Gibson, Peter Murray
Gibson, William Joel

Gidney, Robert Sarratt, Jr.
Gilliam, David Dolian
Godwin, Thomas Howard
Goff, Benjamin Ransom
Gold, James Christopher

Raleigh

Cliffside

Wilmington

Newport

Raleigh

Statesville

Zebulon

Arden

Fern Park, Fla.

Greensboro

Engelhard

Laurinburg

Fairmont

Laurel Hill

Gastonia

Shelby

Burlington

Clinton

Roseboro

Shelby

Gonzalez, Manuel
Goode, Maxwell Walker
Goodwin, David Artemas
Goodwin, Thomas Jerry
Gore, Cecil Kade

Monterrey, Mexico

Boiling Springs

Oswego, N. Y.

Durham

Raleigh

Goswick, Carl Raymond, Jr. Durham

Grady, William Ward Raleigh

Graham, James Lee Yadkinville

Graham, Phillip Ray Yadkinville

Green, Thomas Sweet Butner

Greene, Charles William Canton

Gregory, Jarrett Gordon Danville, Va.

Griffin, James Randolph, Jr. Rocky Mt.

Grimsley, Daniel Lawrence Acme

Groce, Donald Hugh Yadkinville

Gross, Chris Wilmington

Gryder, Reid Kent Rockingham

Gunn, Johnnie Oliver, Jr. Yanceyville

Gunter, Thomas Holland Raleigh

Gunter, Wayne Dewey, Jr. Bryson City

343

JUNIOR

9 9 Q 9

Gupton, Charles Pernell
Gurganus, Clyde Mitchell
Gurganus, Frankie Brown
Hackney, James Acra, III
Haddod, George M. Ham

Costalia
Williamston
Williamston
Washington
mono, Lebanon

Haddock, William A.
Hafer, Gunter Balanski
Hager, Robert Luther
Hager, Ted Eugene
Haggard, Kenneth L.

Hakimbaba, Morad
Hall, Thomas David
Hall, William Headley
Halsey, Hugh Warden
Hamby, Leslie Milton

Hamilton, James Loyd
Hamilton, Jean Antoinette
Hamilton, John Arthur
Hamrick, Bruce Wendell
Hamrick, Vincent A.

Harbinson, Edgar Neil
Hardage, John Harrelson
Hardin, Paul Douglas
Hardison, Gerald Dean
Harper, James Alexander

Harrelson, Hugh Gene
Harrill, Joy Block, Jr.
Harrill, Thomas Lawson
Harris, Billy Wade
Harris, Dennis Irvin, Jr.

Harris, Harold Brookshire
Harris, Roy Leonard
Harris, Andrew Jennings, Jr.
Hartley, Donald Lee
Hartline, Leon Mason

Hartsell, Hal Craig, Jr.
Hatch, Joyce
Hatch, Rex Tillman
Hothcock, Allan Conrad
Hatley, Bobby Gene

Hatley, Wayne Douglas
Hawkins, Kelly Frank
Hoynes, Alton Winfred
Heafner, Edwin Zacheus
Heath, Bobby Odell

Jacksonville

Laurinburg

Alexis

Mt. Holly

San Antonio, Texas

Teheran, Iran

Pineville

High Point

Rapid City, S. D.

Black Mt.

Shelby

Fayetteville

Washington

Shelby

Winston-Salem

Maiden

Norlina

Canton

Wallace

Olin

Lexington

Shelby

Shelby

Durham

Greenville

Mt. Gilead

Robbins

Wilmington

Graham

Statesville

Concord

Mt. Olive

Mt. Olive

Albemarle

Albemarle

Charlotte

Lafayette, La.

Aiken, S. C.

Charlotte

Raleigh

344

CLASS

Hedden, Ray Oliver

Bryson City

Helms, Brian Belk

Greensboro

Hendrick, Stanley Eugene

High Point

Henson, Benjamin Harvey

Raleigh

Hester, Donald Larry

Gastonia

Heurn, Chase Patterson

Raleigh

Hewlett, Curtiss Barron

Wilmington

Hiatt, James Lawrence, Jr.

Wilmington

Hicks, Hamilton Edward, Jr.

Wilmington

Hicks, Montague Hoskins, Ji

Raleigh

Hill, Robert Kendall

Kinston

Himmelwright, James R.

Matawan, N. J.

Hinson, Thomas

Bessemer City

Hite, Grear Shirlock

Charlotte

Hodges, Louis Curtis

Dobson

Hoey, Clyde Roork, II

Shelby

Hoffecker, Frank LeRoy

Charlotte

Hoffman, Roy Edward, Jr.

Charlotte

Hogan, Harvey Theodore, Jr.

Graham

Hogan, Philip Gene

Norman

Holland, James Alvin

Marion

Holliday, Deryl Burdon

Raleigh

Holloman, Charles Thomas

Seaboard

Holloway, James Franklin, Ji

r. Monroe

Holt, Hugh Milton

Burlington

Holt, Jack Morgan Hartsville, S. C.

Holt, Robert Nisbet, Jr. Pantego

Holton, George Montague, Jr. Williamston
Hooper, Alvin Dillord Tuckasegee

Hoots, Gene Allen Winston-Salem

Hoover, Herbert Ronald

Concord

Hopkins, Freddie Eugene

Draper

Hopper, William Whitfield,

Jr.

Leaksville

Hoskins, William B., Jr.

Fayetteville

Houser, Charles Ray

Asheville

Houston, Rondie Merrlyn

Manteo

Howell, Jon Russell

Lenoir

Howell, William Edward

Roduco

Hoyle, Don Williord

Henderson

Hudson, James Howard

Greenville

Hudson, Robert Lee

Roanoke Rapids

Hudson, Wayne Thomas

Gu

ilford College

Huffman, David Glenn

Burlington

Huffman, John Wesley

Charlotte

Huggins, Edward Wayne

Council

345

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Muggins, George
Muggins, Joseph
Mughes, Rudolph
Hughey, Marvin
Munsucker, Gary

Edwin
Allen
, Jr.
William

Theodore

Norwood

Wilmington

Raleigh

Roanoke Rapids

McAdenville

Munter, Harold Dean Weaverville

Huntley, Max Melrose Rutherfordton

In, Nhel Kg-Cham, Cambodia

Inman, Gene Erwin Fairmont

Isley, John M. Brooklyn, N. Y.

Ivey, Randell Max

Wilmington

Jackson, Carl Ralph, Jr.

Taylorsville

Jackson, Gerald Franklin

Lincolnton

Jackson, Philip Stephen

Pittsboro

Jackson, Raymond Edson

Wotho

James, Steve Clifton Moyodan

Janis, Alyn James Wilmington, Dela.

Jeffries, Kenneth Franklin New Hill

Johnson, Eli Vance Robersonville

Johnson, Gerald Lee Albemarle

Johnson, James Harris

Durham

Johnson, Louise Craig

Fuquay Springs

Johnston, Joseph Thorpe

Littleton

Jolls, Kenneth Robert

Raleigh

Jones, Billy Hobbs

Hertford

Jones, Howard Wayne

Kannapolls

Jones, James Benton

Charlotte

Jones, Morris Lenn

Burgaw

Jones, Ray Edward

Statesville

Jones, Thomas Lane

Brevard

Kohlbaum, William M., Jr.

Elizabeth City

Keaton, Phil Newman

Winston-Salem

Keistler, James W., Jr.

Great Falls, S. C.

Kendall, Worth Alexander

Wadesboro

Kennedy, Robert Henry

Wilkesboro

Kidd, Claude Sumner, Jr.

Haw River

King, Henry Frank, III

Salisbury

King, Lee Ellis

Charlotte

Kirby, Jack McPhail

Charlotte

Kirkpatrick, Robert M.

Charlotte

Kiser, Albert Rufus

Winston-Salem

Kistler, Richard Carey

Charlotte

Kitchin, Lawton Ward, Jr.

Maxton

Kivett, William Daffron

Ramseur

Kjosnes, Nils Ivor

Winston-Salem

346

CLASS

Klutz, Marvin Glenn
Kolodny, William Patrick
Koon, Herbert Edgar
Koonce, Lacy Herman
Knox, William Edward

Raleigh

N. Wilkesboro

Rutherfordton

Raeford

Winston-Salem

Kratt, Theodore John Matthews

Kunde, Virgil George Red Wing, Minn.

Kurdian, William Gregory Winston-Salem

Lackey, Walter Jackson, Jr. Follston

Lafferty, John Elbert Banner Elk

Lambert, Donald Gerald
Lambert, Roger DeWitt
Lane, Thomas William
Lang, William Francis

Stanfield

Andrews, S. C.

Butner

Thornwood, N. Y.

Langston, Edward Herman, Jr. Raeford

Lanier, Elwood Glenn Chinquapin

Lanier, Harvey Glenn Maple Hill

Lossiter, William Stone Spring Hope

Loughon, Kermit O., Jr. Jefferson

Law, Sidney Edward Pelham

Lee, Benjamin Glen Hollister

Lee, Jimmy Baine Lumberton

Leffler, Dennis Frank Charlotte

Leggett, Ira Paul Washington

Lennon, Bernard Broughton Evergreen

Lennon, Daniel Edward
Leonard, James C, III
Lester, George W.
Lewis, Kenneth McMillan
Lewis, Marcus Faison

Wilmington

Winston-Salem

Martinsville, Va.

Fayetteville

Roseboro

Liles, Richard Terry
Lim, Mariano Ton
Lindsay, Donald Sherald
Lindsay, Ronald Gerald

Zebulon

Manila, Philippines

Mt. Olive

Mt. Olive

Lineberger, Earl Lawrence, Jr. Bessemer City

Link, John Barry
Little, Cecil Stanley
Little, Charles Harvey
Little, Herbert Randolph
Little, Jerry Labon

Salisbury

Greensboro

Kenly

Ayden

Monroe

Littleton, David Marvin Goldsboro

Livingston, Donald Cameron Bryson City

Locklear, Proctor, Jr. Shannon

Lockwood, James Nance Knoxville, Tenn.

Long, Charles Eugene Concord

347

JUNIOR

p rt ri

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Long, William Barry
Love, Jimmy Oscar
Love, Roy Nesbit
Lowe, James Edward
Lowry, Edward Rankin, Jr.

Lucas, Ashleigh Martin
Luce, Stuart Warren
Lumsden, Robert Douglas
Luther, Ted Williams
Lyon, Thomas Henry

Gastonia

Concord

Concord

Greensboro

Greensboro

Raleigh

Wyncote, Pa.

Fails Church, Va.

Candler

Durham

Lytch, William Dupree, Jr.
McAteek, Porter Lee
McComey, Charles Duane
McCarson, Tillman D., Jr.
McClintock, Coy Edwin

McColl, George Raleigh, Jr.
McCollum, Charles Gray
McCombs, Darwin Hilary
McCracken, Bob
McCree, James Justice

McDaniel, William Raphael
McDonald, Hugh Dallas
McDonald, John Rex
McElroy, Charles Harvey
McGavisk, James Ross

McGee, Carl Louis
McGinn, Leighton Edward,
Mcintosh, Ervin Winfield
Mclntyre, Johnny Albert
McMahon, Charles David

McMahon, Jerry Allen
McNeill, Donald Charles
McNeill, James Ralph
McNeill, Thomas David
McRae, David Scott

McRory, John Walter, III
McVicker, Gerald Peaden
Mobe, Harold Raymond
Mace, Samuel Veirs
Madre, Edward Lee

Madren, Frank Simpson
Mohoney, Arthur R., Jr.
Malpass, William Don
Mann, Charles Fredrick
Mann, Harold Reid

Laurinburg

Gastonia

Findlay, Ohio

Hendersonville

Pleasant Garden

Thomasville

Reidsville

Kannopolis

Clyde

Holly Ridge

Raleigh

Bunnlevel

Cameron

Asheville

Draper

Lenoir

Charlotte

New Bern

Robbins

Swannanoa

Morganton

Red Springs

Lansing

Chapel Hill

Ellerbe

Asheville

Maxton

Morganton

Street, Md.

Hertford

Elon College

Kenbridge, Va.

Norfolk, Va.

Canton

Mebone

348

CLASS

Mann, Truxton King, Jr.

New Bern

Manning, Ernest Simons

Wilson

Mansfield, Charles Edward

Greensboro

Markos, John Gus

Burlington

Marks, Stuart Alexander

Wilmington

Marks, William Olen

Raleigh

Martin, Joel Franklin

Troutman

Mask, Harold Lloyd

Raleigh

Mason, Franklin Gleech

Wilson

Mason, Romlus Haywood, Jr.

Raleigh

Massengill, Ransom Jackson, Jr. Durham

Massey, Jerry Pearson Statesville

Massey, Murray Franklyn Greensboro

Matthews, Samuel C. Raleigh

Mauney, Ronald Matthew Shelby

Mayse, Bobby Franklin
Meade, Charles Houston
Meadows, Bobby Lawrence
Meads, Laster Byron
Medders, Ronald Russell

Merrill, Thomas William
Merritt, Kenneth Earl
Merritt, Max Burrage
Michael, William Baxter
Middleton, William R., Jr.

Miller, Bobby Russell
Miller, Henry Eugene, Jr.
Miller, James Graham
Miller, Robert Eugene
Miller, Thomas Wayne

Miller, William David
Mills, Wade Thomas
Minish, William Monroe
Mintz, Morris Daniel
Mock, George Francis

Mock, Willis, Jr.
Moore, Lawrence C, Jr.
Moore, Maurice Charles
Moore, Thomas Mitchell
Moose, Harvey Carroll

Morris, Walter Wiley, HI
Morrison, James O'Dell
Morrison, Malcolm Brown
Mosley, Julian Devon
Moss, Clifton Dean, Jr.

Spindale

Durham

Durham

Elizabeth City

Mt. Holly

Penrose

Clinton

Richfield

Bostic

Garner

Marion

Wilmington

Raleigh

Charlotte

Tabor City

Greensboro

Farmville

Walkertown

Raleigh

Raleigh

Greensboro

Atlanta, Go.

Charlotte

Kannapolis

Raleigh

Durham

Southern Pines

Rowland

Butner

Enfield

349

JUNIOR

Moss, James Robert-

High Point

Motley, John Melvin

Burlington

Mozingo, Roger Lee

Snow Hill

Mull, Williom Herman

Asheville

Mullis, Harry Eugene

Reidsvilie

Muneyyirci, Suphi

Istanbul, Turkey

Myers, Edwin Clarence, Jr.

Alexandria, Va.

Myhre, James Barr

Wilson

Myhre, John Hudson

Wilson

Nathan, Henry McLamb

Clinton

Nelson, David Robert

Raleigh

Nethercutt, Robert Lynn

Snow Hill

Neuse, Durwood H. New

Braunfels, Texas

Neville, Atlas Gordon

Chapel Hill

Neville, Augustus, III

Spring Hope

Newberry, Donald Mack Washington, D. C.

Newton, Elbert Clay

Kingsington, Md.

Newton, Ernest Elvin

Watho

Nichols, Thomas Loring

Spruce Pine

Northington, James Atwood

Brodnax, Va.

Norton, Jerry Lee

Wilmington

Nye, Joseph Daniel

Homer, Alaska

Oberhofer, Edward Samuel

Winston-Salem

O'Briant, Edwin Lee

Whitakers

O'Brien, William Lee, Jr.

Raleigh

Oertel, Eric Spencer

N. Y., N. Y.

O'Honlon, William Hawley

Fayetteville

Olive, Ross McNeill

Fuquay Springs

Oliver, Johnny Dean

Hovelock

O'Neill, Joseph Martin Ware Shoals, S. C.

O'Quinn, George Donald

Mamers

Ormsby, Ted Richard

Laurinburg

Osborne, Wiley Jackson

Laurel Springs

Overton, John Crayton, Jr.

Rocky Mount

Owen, Clarence Manly

Hickory

Owens, Jerry Wayne

Charlotte

Owens, Ted Alfred

Harriman, Tenn.

Oxford, John Allen

Hudson

Page, William Winship

Henderson

Parham, James Edwin

Hildebran

Parham, William Garland,

Jr. Oxford

Parker, John Hilton

Hollister

Porks, George Wilson, Jr.

Red Springs

Parrish, James Irvin

Charlotte

Parrish, James Raeford

Spring Hope

350

CLASS

Patterson, Robert Preston

Hickory

Paul, Donald Ross

Bath

Paul, Nicholas Larus

Pontego

Payne, Billy Franklin

Walnut

Payne, David Jackson

Greenville

Pecora, Louis Alfred

Foyetteville

Peele, William Harry, Jr.

Plymouth

Peeler, Leidy Yearick, Jr.

Charlotte

Perry, Adger Ray

Charlotte

Perry, Glenn Grey, Jr.

High Point

Perry, William Earl

Siler City

Peterson, Frank Alexander

Raleigh

Peterson, Howell Liveous

Garland

Phifer, Billy Jack, Jr.

Goldsboro

Philbeck, Richard Wayne

Hickory

Philip, Phillips Holleman

Hertford

Phillips, Archie Curtis

Cory

Phillips, Earl Jennings

St. Pauls

Phipps, Joe

Crumpler

Pickett, Alfred Thomas

Mebane

Pickett, Ralph Stanley

Beulaville

Pierce, Gerald Addison

High Point

Pierce, Hugh Brotherton, Jr.

Plymouth

Poole, William Knight

Charlotte

Porter, Samuel Lewis, Jr.

Sparta

Poteet, Jack Riley

Morgonton

Poulson, Melvin Bryan

Engelhard

Powell, James Wheeler

Greensboro

Prescott, Josiah Thomas, Jr.

Kernersville

Presnell, Bynum Tillett, Jr.

Wilmington

Price, Albert Luther Moravia, N. Y.

Price, Cullen Blackmond, Jr. Mt. Olive

Prince, Jimmy Harold Fuquay Springs

Privott, Wilbur Joseph, Jr. Tyner

Proctor, Poul Dewey, Jr. Rocky Mt.

Puett, John David

Morgonton

Pugh, Claud Ervin

Asheboro

Pulliam, George D.

Newport

News, Va.

Pullium, Jerry Clark

Andrews

Putnam, Arthur Lee

Gastonia

Queen, Larry Council

Dillsboro

Rackley, Francis Dalton

Nashville

Radford, Frederick Clarence

Kenly

Radford, Wade Edward

Spindale

Rainey, George Lee

Raleigh

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JUNIOR

Ramsey, Henry Clayton

Hubert

Randall, William David

Salisbury

Ransom, Dennett Eugene

Frisco

Rape, Melvin W.

Kannapolis

Raum, John Frederick

Winston-Salem

Rowlings, Robert H. N. Providence, R. I.

Ray, Joel Weir Asheville

Raymond, Gerrard E. New Orleans, La.

Reavis, Junius Benjamin Fayetteville

Reber, Dean Howell York, Pa.

Redmon, Robert Bruce, Jr.

Asheville

Reece, Roy William, Jr.

Boonville

Reich, Donald Gray

Burlington

Revelle, William Fredrick

Warsaw

Reynolds, Arthur Eugene, III

Raleigh

Reynolds, James Robert

Boone

Rhyne, Gerald Lawson

Lincolnton

Rice, Paul H., Jr.

Sunbury

Richardson, Hood Lance

Monroe

Richardson, Robert Glenn, Jr.

Durham

Rickord, Bert E.

Winston-Salem

Ricks, Fred G., Jr.

Conway

Riddle, Caswell Alderson

Raleigh

Ridout, Clarence Benjamin

Raleigh

Rink, Donald Eugene

Salisbury

Rivadeneyro, Jorge F. Mexico City, Mexico
Roberson, Bernard Gordon Parmele

Roberts, Donold Clark Rockingham

Robertson, Robert Anthony Raleigh

Rochelle, Neil Edward Durham

Rogers, Linwood J., Jr. Mebane

Romeo, Paul Albert Summerville, S. C.

Rose, Charles Richard Newton Grove

Rosensteel, Robert Eugene Wilmington

Rosenthal, Herbert Gustov Littleton

Rowland, Silas McDonald

Halifax

Royal, Mack Carter

Godwin

Russell, Charles Edwin

Jamesville

Sanderson, Charles LeRoy

Erwin, Tenn.

Sandlin, Eve Cashwell

Raleigh

Sanford, Claude William, Jr.

Laurinburg

Sanford, Lonnie Thomas, III

Charlotte

Saunders, Carl Horace, Jr.

Gibsonville

Sawyer, Gordon Edward

Elizabeth City

Sawyer, Ray Bryan

Washington

352

CLASS

Scheurenbrand, H. J. Lake Ronkonkona, N.Y.

School, Charles Edwin

Varino

Schwartz, Harold

Charlotte

Scott, Garland Elmo, Jr.

Pineville

Scott, John Guerard

Graham

Sequeria, Avilino, Jr.

Huddy, Ky.

Sessoms, William Rhea, Jr

Colerain

Shanks, Kenneth Eugene

Kernersville

Shaver, Thomas Warren

Albemarle

Shaw, Ray Caudle

Ellerbe

Shearon, Ronald Wilson

Wake Forest

Shepard, Arthur James, Jr.

Waynesville

Sherrill, John Russell, Jr.

Kingsport, Tenn.

Sherrill, Robert Taylor

Mooresville

Shingleton, Austin Brooks

Stantonsburg

Short, William Thomas

Henderson

Shuller, Edgar Ralph

Swansboro

Shumate, Stewart Thomas,

Jr. Cherryville

Sigmon, Ned Alan

Hickory

Sinclair, James Hinton

Rowland

Singer, John Stephen

N. Y., N. Y.

Smith, Duncan Stewart

Maxton

Smith, Faison Delano

Albertson

Smith, Frank Houston, Jr.

Raleigh

Smith, Robert Alford, Jr.

Elizabethtown

Smith, Robert Jones

Asheville

Smith, Ronald Ellis

Rocky Mount

Smith, William Alfred

Asheville

Smith, Zigrida Rita

Raleigh

Smitherman, James Samuel

, Jr. Troy

Snipes, Julian Brooks, Jr.

Pittsboro

Snyder, Barbara Louise

Charlotte

Snyder, Daniel Holland

Raleigh

Somers, William F.

Morganton

Sparks, Darrell

Bakersville

Spence, James Thornwell Greensboro

Spotts, James Willis Atlanta, Ga.

Sprague, George Edward Cannonsville, N. Y.
Stafford, Donald Bennett Kernersville

Stanford, Charles Herbert, Jr. Liberty

Stanley,

William Franklin

Kinston

Starnes,

Milton S.

Hudson

Starnes,

Richard Lyda

Hendersonville

Stearns,

Cecil Emile Andre

Raleigh

Stegall,

Horold Alton

Warrenton

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Stephens, Gerald Clyde
Stephens, James Albert
Stephenson, Gorham B.
Stevens, John Franklin
Stimson, Lloyd Kit

Liberty

Raleigh

Bloomington, Ind.

Erwin

Milford, N. H.

Stoker, Lindell Gene
Stone, Charles Arnold
Stone, James Kenneth
Stott, Parker Liles
Suddreth, Charles Norman

Summers, James Edwin, Jr.
Summery, William Jenkins
Sumner, William Rea
Sutton, James Alton
Swanson, Oliver Nathaniel, III

Swanson, Robert Roy
Toborn, Robert Lewis
Talbert, Glenn Benard
Taylor, Glenn Arrington
Taylor, Timothy N.

Taylor, Walter Glenn
Tchouros, Constantinos Bill
Teogue, Hampton L.
Teague, Robert M.
Teigen, Finn Roar

Albemarle

Kernersville

Charlotte

Bailey

Lenoir

Gibsonville

Dallas

High Point

Thomasville

Pilot Mt.

Belmont

Greensboro

Albemarle

Whitokers

Rockingham

Lenoir

Wilmington

Chapel Hill

Greensboro

Steinkjer, Norwoy

Temple, Ralph Berlyn Newport

Thakrar, Hemendra K. Porbandor, India

Tharrington, Williams Harper Rocky Mt.
Thomas, Calvin Jackson Statesville

Tickle, Donald Reed Mebane

Tillman, Leonard K. Valley Stream, N. Y.

Trogdon, Joe Vaughn Cory

Tucker, George Azore Concord

Tucker, Richard Lyon Greensboro

Tucker, William Corr Townsville

Turner, Robert Cecil

Greensboro

Twiford, Louis Brason

Elizabeth City

Tyler, Warren Randolph

Raleigh

Tysinger, James Edwin

Franklin

Tyson, George Sprunt

Fayetteville

Tyson, Robert Lee

McColl, S. C.

Upchurch, Lewis Marvin, J

r. Roeford

Vail, James Thomas

Spencer

Vann, Clifton Benjamin

Wilmington

Vann, Thomas Phillips

Southern Pines

354

CLASS

Van Nostrond, H. N., III.
Vaughan, Dexter Coleman
Vaughn, Charles Richard
Veasey, Percy Linwood
Wagstaff, Robert Lee, Jr.

Bristol, Tenn.

Hartsville, S. C.

Mt. Airy

Durham

Kannapolis

Walker, Herbert B.

Black Mountain

Walker, Jefferson H., Jr. Newport News, Va.

Wall, Donald Graham

Raleigh

Wall, Kenneth Wilson

Raleigh

Wolters, Jack, Jr.

Whiteville

Walton, Douglas Eugene

Rockingham

Waltz, William Reid

Charlotte

Wormbrod, Grover Karl

Raleigh

Warren, Howard Daniel

Asheville

Warren, Thomas Andrew

Asheville

Waters, John

Stilwell, Okla.

Waters, John Charles

Charlotte

Watkins, James Floyd

Raleigh

Watson, Charles William

Highlands

Wotson, Harrison Bradford

Charlotte

Weaver, James Bruce

Raleigh

Welch, Lawrence Edward

Charlotte

Wells, OtSo Sylvester

Watha

Wells, Robert Edgar, Jr.

Asheville

Whichard, Willis Kenneth,

Jr. Greenville

Whitaker, Wilson Willis

South Hill, Va.

White, Gerald Bell

Statesville

White, Joseph Rudolph, Jr.

Colerain

White, Ormond Carol

Windsor

White, William Herbert, J

r. Reidsville

Whiteside, Dan L.

Huntsville, Texas

Whitley, David Baker

Washington

Wicker, William Robert

Asheville

Wilde, Harold Garry

Marshall

Wilder, David Reid

Chadbourn

Wilder, James Franklin

Spring Hope

Wilder, John Welles, Jr.

Greensboro

Wilkins, Samuel Lee

Jacksonville

Williams, Ellis Stuart

Ahoskie

Williams, James Franklin

Lexington

Williams, Jerry Otway

Alcoa, Tenn.

Williams, Lewis Arnold

Raleigh

Williams, Milton Guy, Jr.

Kinston

Williams, Royce Lee

Granite Quarry

Williams, Thomas Harold, Jr.

Raleigh

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JUNIORS

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Williams, Walter Bruce
Willson, Horace Smythe
Wilson, Horold D.
Wilson, James Laban
Wilson, Jimmie Rupert

Raleigh
Raleigh
Raleigh
Belmont
Hendersonville

Wilson, Neil Carver
Wilson, Richard Lea
Wilson, Robert Eugene
Winchester, Samuel Clyde, Jr.
Windley, Williom Thomas

Wingfield, Julian C, Jr.
Winstead, Harold Roger
Winstead, Harry Wharton, Jr.
Wolfe, Jane Ann
Wolfe, Lawrence A., Jr.

Raleigh

Morgonton

Lowndale

Greenville

Washington

Raleigh

Nashville

Woodsdale

Raleigh

Bessemer City

Womack, Hester Crowder Durham

Wood, William Harry Hendersonville

Worthington, Thomas H., Jr. Wilmington
Wray, Stough Alexander, Jr. Shelby

Wright, Edgar Evans, Jr. Bessemer City

Wright, Percy William
Yopp, William Harriss, Jr.
Yorke, Charles Alvin
Young, Nelson Worsham
Younger, Ronald Lee

Zeis, Steve Elias
Zenel, Tarik

Marion

Hendersonville

Concord

Reidsville

Lynchburg, Vo.

Istanbul, Turkey
Istanbul, Turkey

356

JIM CALDWELL, Treosurer
WESLEY MeGEE, President

LINDA WEY, Secretary
JOHNNY WILCOX, V. President

Class of 1962

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Abboft, Peyton Bryont, III

Raleigh

Abernethy, Ralph Lane

Lincolnton

Adair, Charles Norman

Burnsville

Adams, James Kelly

New Bern

Adams, John Cecil, Jr.

Gibson

Adkins, James Franklin

Stoneville

Alblnson, Ray Ralph

Ooklond, N. J.

Alexander, Joseph Richard

Asheville

Alford, Michael Boyd

Hortsville, S. C.

Allen, Charles Oren

Kings Mountain

Allen, Oeaver Lons

Shelby

Allen, Richard Darwin

Mocksville

Alligood, Frederick Marvin, Jr.

Washington

Allred, John M.

Greensboro

Anderson, Hugh Howord

Aberdeen

Anderson, Norman Austin, Jr.

Mt. Olive

Anderson, Robert Bruce

Raleigh

Arey, James Edward

Salisbury

Ashley, William Wode

Whiteville

Austin, Edward John

Belleville, N. J.

Averette, Larry Michael

Greenville

Aydlett, Blake DeLon

Durham

Ayscue, William Henry, Jr.

Wilmington, Dela.

Bagully, Alan Michael

Charlotte

Bailey, Paul Leiand, Jr.

Lynchburg, Va.

Bailey, William Gerald

Shorpsburg

Baker, Bernard Allen

Marcus Hook, Pa.

Baker, Henry Ray

Wilson

Balto, Yalmon

Ankara, Turkey

Bankhead, Jerry Lloyd

Hamlet

Barber, Mallory Scott

Scotland Neck

Barker, Glenn Rex

Roaring River

Barksdale, Robert Giles

Raleigh

Borlowe, Russell Graham

Oxford

Barnes, Elliott Burton, Jr.

Coropeoke

Borr, Anthony James

Summit, N. J.

Barwick, Allen Joseph

Grifton

Bass, Joseph Bickett

Winston-Solem

Botchelor, Biily Joe

Morrisville

Batson, Vernon McGregor

Wilmington

Batten, Joseph Harold, Jr.

Goldsboro

Botts, Clarence Ray

Wilson

Batts, James Ralph

Hertford

Boucom, Robert Marion

Morshville

Baucom, Walter Keith

Monroe

Bean, Carl Newton

Asheville

Beotty, Marvin Eddlemon, III

Charlotte

Beck, Dovid Walter

Winston-Solem

Bell, William Maurice, III

Charlotte

Bellis, Ann Louise

Block Mountain

Benbow, Richard Maurice

Asheboro

Bennett, Lourice White, Jr.

Fuquoy Springs

Benson, Franklin Word

Wilson

Bentley, Charles Scott

Richmond, Vo.

Best, Cuyler Deems, Jr.

Goldsboro

Biggerstoff, Tim

Raleigh

Biggs, H. Franklin, Jr.

Lumberton

Billingsley, Roy Mitchell

Homlet

Birch, Fran Marie

Raleigh

Blackmon, Lewis Michoel

Mt. Airy

358

Blockwell, Richard Hobson,

Jr. Charlotte

Blake, Henry Woyland

Winsfon-Solem

Biake, Neil Freemon

Wallace

Blakely, John Reynolds

Ellerbe

Bland, Wiley Ray

Edward

Bloodworth, James Morris

Raleigh

Blounf, Paul BriMie

Fronklinton

Blue, Patricio Ann

Fayetteville

BIythe, Jimmy Gray

Seaboard

Boger, Ronald Lee

Winston-Salem

Bolick, Wayne Dole

Hickory

Bone, Horace Thomos

Raleigh

Bordeaux, Arthur Franklin,

Jr. Ingold

Boryk, John Michael

Burgow

Bowles, Hugh Conrad

Hiddenite

Bowman, Dennis Wade

Westfield

Boyce, Oren Douglas, Jr.

Gastonio

Boyette, James Edward, Jr.

Kenly

Bracken, Robert John

Sanford

Broddy, Marvin Burnell

Scotland Neck

Brodley, Wallace C.

Gerton

Branch, Carl Mitchell

Lumberton

Brant, Paul Weber

Raleigh

Brauer, Julius Paul

Norlino

Bridgers, Whit Stephenson

Jackson

Briggs, Paul Thurman

Lexington

Briggs, Roger Allen

Lexington

Britt, Donald Alexander

New London

Britt, Ramon Poul

Lumberton

Broach, Edward Stanley, Jr.

Norfolk, Va.

Broadwell, Freeman Edwards,

Jr. Raleigh

Brookhyser, George Edward

Parsons, W. Va.

Brooks, Tommy George, Jr.

Wallace

Broome, Robert Wayne

Hickory

Brown, Charles Fronklin, Jr.

Hope Mills

Brown, Doyne Hubert

Raleigh

Brown, Henry Thomas, Jr.

Ahoskie

Brown, John Henry, Jr.

Rocky Mount

Brown, Johnny Mi'ton

Lexington

Brown, Robert Lowell

Winston-Salem

Bryant, Billy Raymond

Dunn

Bryont, Charles Stephen

Greensboro

Bryson, Lionel Herbert

Sylvo

Buchonon, William Tom

Raleigh

Buckner, Charles Windle

Burnsville

Bullock, Donald Edward

Fuquoy Springs

Bullock, Richard Wayne

Zebulon

Burgort, Carlton Jack

Leoksville

Burgess, Robert Eugene

Dumont, N. J.

Burk, William Joseph, III

Charleston, S. C.

Burton, Charles Alfred

New Bern

Burton, William Edward, Jr.

Hickory

Byrd, David Lincoln

Chadbourn

Byrd, Edward Morton

Orrum

Byrd, Jomes Theron, Jr.

Raleigh

Coin, Ronald Curtis

Elizobethtown

Caldwell, James Philo, Jr.

Charlotte

Caldwell, Jimmie Hildred

Thomosville

Callowoy, Edgar Roger

Kingsport, Tenn.

Cameron, James Marvin

Cameron

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Campbell, Malcolm James

Laurinburg

Compbell, Randolph Neil

Salisbury

Campbell, William Thomas

Rockingham

Cannon, Benny Lee

Foyetteville

Cannon, Nelson Earl

Ayden

Carpenter, Elmer Lee

Newlond

Carpenter, Nevette Michael

Elkin

Carr, William Dontez

Raleigh

Cose, Wayne Greer

Mayodan

Coshion, Loy Greene

High Point

Coson, James Landreth, III

Alliance

Cotlett, Roy Baxter

Thomasville

Cauthorn, Hurley Starke

Richmond, Vo

Cebe, Jerry Monley

Durham

Cerasi, John

Camden, N. J.

Chandler, James Lawson

Ruffin

Chappell, Clifford Stephen

Raleigh

Chovengsok, Songram Chusak

Bangkok, Thailand

Chedester, Alan Marsh

Alexandria, Va.

Cherry, Richard Harris

Williomston

Cherry, Sidney James

Wilmington

Childers, Donald Duane

Kannapolis

Chipmon, Joseph Albert

Beaufort

Choplin, Lorry Eugene

Winston-Solem

Christenbury, Earl Thomas, Jr.

Foyetteville

Church, William Charles

Purlear

Clark, Allen Dale

High Point

Clark, Carl Edgar

Elizobethtown

Clemmer, Loy Martin

Gastonio

Cline, Donald Lentz

Gold Hill

Cline, James Henry, Jr.

Bryson City

Coble, Douglas Franklin

Foyetteville

Coggins, Carlos

Eldorado

Coleman, Bobby Elliott

Wilmington

Collins, Bobby Carlton

Whiteville

Collins, H. Michael

Winston-Salem

Collins, Roger Eugene

Sparta

Comer, Thomas Carl

Cameron

Compos, John Alex

Wilmington

Cone, Harold

Winston-Salem

Cone, Norman Preston

Wilmington

Cope, William Monroe

Wilmington

Corbett, Horace Glenn

Fountoin

Cordell, Charles Edward

Biltmore

Cordell, Vance Hilton

Winston-Salem

Coston, Benjamin Moynard

Hubert

Couick, John William, Jr.

Bodin

Covington, James Roy

Lumberton

Covington, John Harry

Cordova

Cox, Charles Oscar

Greenville

Cozort, Stuart Lee, Jr.

Morganton

Crobtree, Jerry Edwin

Greensboro

Craig, William Stanley

Asheville

Creech, Benny Gray

Snow Hill

Creech, William Kenneth

Southern Pines

Creed, Jock Walters

Boone

Creel, Remus, Jr.

Albertson

Crisp, James Oliver

Raleigh

Croom, Marion Robert

Raleigh

Crowe, Jomes Lorry

Forest City

360

Crowe, Needham Clifford, Jr.

New Bern

Crowell, Reggie Alexonder

Albemarle

Crowder, Julius Phillip

Concord

Crummie, Glen Mikel

Clinton

Crutchfield, James Talfon

Pittsboro

Cummings, Walter B,

New Delhi, India

Curlee, John Theodore

Winston-Salem

Currin, David Douglas

Oxford

Cutter, James Dickinson

Springfield, Mass.

Dalby, John Dallas L

ondon Bridge, Vo.

D'Aleo, Leo James

Jamison, Pa.

Dolton, James Edgar, Jr.

Pine Hall

Donlel, Ralph Winfield

Greensboro

Daniels, Paul Henry

New Bern

D' Anno, James Andrew

Clearwater, Fla.

Dorr, Henry Herbert

Trinity

Davidson, William Scott

Dillwyn, Vo.

Davis, George Earl

Hickory

Davis, Hugh Samson

Statesville

Davis, John Grady, Jr.

Rocky Mount

Davis, John Wesley, III

Foyetteville

Davis, Merry Lane

Mt. Ullo

Davis, Mitchell Webb

Charlotte

Davis, Raleigh Craig

Thomasville

Davis, Thomas Linville

Galdsboro

Davis, Woylond Thomas

Albertson

Dees, Billy Eugene

Hope Mills

Deese, Carl Jackson

Marshville

Dekle, Donne Robert

Matthews

Delionback, Christian Foy

Durham

Dellinger, Jimmie M.

Hickory

Dellinger, Thomas Cloy

Thomasville

Denkins, Frank Earl, Jr.

Raleigh

Dickens, Alvin Johnston, Jr.

Morgonton

Dickens, Vernon Phil, Jr.

Rocky Mount

Diggs, Jomes Robert

Rockingham

Diggs, Jomes W.

Hamlet

Dilda, Stancil Lawrence, Jr.

Fountain

Dillingham, Morris Wilson

Asheville

Dixon, John Daniel, Jr.

Formville

Doby, Neal Smith

High Point

Dobson, Guy McPherson, Jr.

Raleigh

Dobson, Jerry Elmo

Statesville

Donnelly, Ned Preston

Hickory

Dorman, Robert Keith

Asheville

Doshi, Chondrokant Prabhudas

Calcutta, India

Dowd, William Joseph

St. Pauls

Dowdy, William Norman

South Mills

Drum, Anthony Lee

Charlotte

Drye, Larry M.

Bodin

Duke, Charles Lewis

Canton

Duke, William Bryant

Norlina

Duncan, Clarence Russell, Jr.

Lincolnton

Duncan, Henry Lee

Hickory

Dunlap, Johnny Lawrence

Burlington

Durham, James Thomas

Raleigh

Eorly, Joseph Lester

Oak City

Easterling, Neal

Wise Vo.

Eckord, Alan Lawrence

Hickory

Eckstein, William Buchanan

Bryson City

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Edwards, Virgil James

New Bern

Edwords, Woyne Wright

Red Springs

EIHcnnawy, Mohamed M.

Tonto, Egypt

Elkins, Edison Julius, Jr.

Clorkton

Elkins, Roscoe Edisen, Jr.

Clarkton

Elliot, John Douglas

Fair Bluff

Elliott, Lloyd Wilson

Old Fort

Elliott, William Stokely

Edenton

Ellis, Howord McDonald, Jr.

Raleigh

Ellisor, Joe Allen

Greensboro

Elmore, Alfred London

Dunn

Emmrich, Ralph William

Franklin

Ennis, Charles Phillip

Greensboro

Fodel, Solem Kelly

Foyetteville

Fincher, Edward Gerald

Charlotte

Fine, Lowell Vance

Denton

Fishburne, Frank Beotty

Asheville

Fisher, George Wilfong

Mt. Pleasant

Fisher, James Ernest

Asheville

Fisher, Scott

Enka

Fleming, Gory Graman

Henderson

Fleming, Ralph Glenn

Salisbury

Flowers, Arthur David

New Bern

Floyd, James Monroe, Jr.

Lexington

Floyd, John Roquemore, Jr.

Charlotte

Floyd, Victor Mottison

Fair Bluff

Flynt, Charles Homer, Jr.

Liberty

Ford, Dennis Keith

Lenior

Ford, Thomas Sloan

Florence, S. C.

Fornes, Bruce M.

Sanford

Fort, James Dwight, Jr.

Clarkton

Foster, Ronald Fred

Ferguson

Frazer, Robert Henry

Charlotte

Frazier, Lorry Wendell

Burlington

Freeland, Robert Moss

Matthews

Freeman, William Morgan

Asheville

Frekko, Emery Francis

Sanford

Freuler, William Dawson

Halifax

Fulcher, Charles Raymond

New Bern

Furr, Benny Joel

Albemarle

Furr, Glynn Roy, Jr.

High Point

Furr, Ronald Van

Albemarle

Futrell, James Gary

Potecosi

Gohrmonn, Robert William

Charlotte

Goiney, Millord Jackson

Dunn

Goiney, Paul Venson, Jr.

Raleigh

Garner, Robert Newell, Jr.

Winston-Solem

Garrison, Wotson Mclver, Jr.

Burlington

Gorriss, Daniel Stephen

Lillington

Geitner, Charles Henry, III

Hickory

Gentry, Garl Lacy

Mt. Airy

Georgion, Robert Victor

Stotesville

Gilbert, Welter Lee

Forest City

Giles, Gary Durfee

Roleigh

Gillis, Kenneth Glen

Raleigh

Glover, Stanley Warren

Spring Hope

Gokcen, Uler

Istanbul, Turkey

Goode, Garland Angel

Greensboro

Goodwin, Fronces Lee

Apex

Grady, Perry Linwood

Mt. Olive

362

Grady, Robert Shelton

Albertson

Graham, Bobby Eagle

Salisbury

Grahom, Don Sfroupe

Salisbury

Graham, James Lee

Elkin

Gray, Albert Dial, III

Whiteville

Gray, Robert Frederick

Asheville

Gray, William Howard, Jr.

Foyetteville

Green, E. Leo

Whiteville

Green, John Bunyon

Midland

Gregg, Don Elmo

Swonnanoa

Gregory, Wayne Edwin

Franklin

Griffith, William Sloan

Salisbury

Grigg, Gaither Glenn, Jr.

Kin

gs Mountain

Grimberg, Jack Alberto

Bagot

0, Columbia

Grist, Walter Willis

Wilmington

Grogon, James Rodney

Mayodon

Graubb, Fred Delano

High Point

Gurkin, Charles Worrell

Ric

ihmond, Vo.

Guthrie, Thomas Zack

Hickory

Guthrie, Vernon C, Jr.

Morehead City

Guy, Robert Wayne

Foyetteville

Hager, Harold Dean

Alexis

Haigler, Basil Brent

Monroe

Hall, Richard Haywood

High Point

Hall, Willard Ray

Edenton

Hamilton, Charles Lee

Lexington

Hamrick, Harold Paul

Shelby

Hancock, John Alan

Wilmington

Hand, James Richardson

Lowell

Hones, Roger Eugene

Yodkinville

Hardee, Mikael Allan

Southport

Harkey, James Franklin

Charlotte

Horrelson, James Charles

Asheboro

Harrington, Cecil Frank

W

inston-Solem

Horrls, Alton Terrell

Lourinburg

Harris, Betty Gail

High Point

Harris, John Franklin, III

Shelby

Harris, Robert Joseph, Jr.

Raleigh

Harris, William Thomas, Jr.

Durham

Harrison, Dole Elliott

Spruce Pine

Harrison, Franklin Delano

Raleigh

Harrison, George Wright, Jr.

Henderson

Harrison, John Branson

Denton

Hart, James Clifton

W

inston-Solem

Hartsell, William Newell, Jr.

Albemarle

Hasson, Preston Lee

Son Froncisco, Calif.

Hatch, Donald Ellsworth

Petersburg, Vo.

Hathcock, John Nathan

Morshville

Hatley, Clyde Doyle, Jr.

Ookboro

Hawkins, Jack London

Jocksonvilla

Hawks, Fronklin Lewis

Mount Airy

Hayes, Coke Alexander

Ahoskie

Heoly, Jeremiah Vincent, Jr.

Southern Pines

Hedgepeth, Robert Gray

Littleton

Hedspeth, Joseph Clarence, J

r. Conway, S. C.

Hege, Raymond George

W

inston-Solem

Helderman, Nathan Uriel

Charlotte

Helms, Gary Bennett

Monroe

Helms, Neal Gardner

Matthews

Hemby, Jere Collins

Jocksonville

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Hempel, Bruce Arnold

Wilmington

Henshaw, Lynn Ernest

Waynesville

Herr, William Lewis

Sanford

Heustess, Richard Alexander

Wilmington

Hewitt, Freddy Alonzo

Claremont

Hicks, Marvin Gearge

Charlotte

High, Edward Omer

Durham

High, Richard Graham

Wilson

Hill, Alfred Lee

Elizabeth City

Hill, Gerald Fronklin

Raleigh

Hill, Hugh Michael

High Point

Hill, James Norman

Asheboro

Hill, John Courtney

Raleigh

Hill, Reginald Faulkner

Youngsvilte

Hill, Richard Frank

Arden

Hill, Roger Evans

High Point

Hllliard, Garland Kermitt

Raleigh

Hilton, Kerry Grayson

Lexington

Hinson, Henry Dillord

Rocky Mount

Hinson, Laurin Kenneth

Monroe

Hobbs, Thomas Deanes

Rocky Mount

Holden, Charles Allen

Asheville

Holder, Charles

Winston-Salem

Hollifield, James Gilbert

Marion

Honeycutt, Chester Bryant

Angier

Hood, Darl Stevens

Lake Woccomow

Hooks, James Michael

Charlotte

Hoomoni, Hossein G. Holi

Teberon, Iran

Houston, John Glenn, Jr.

China Grove

Howord, Joseph Coleman

Ahoskle

Huffman, Jerry David

Hickory

Huffmon, Loyd Allen

Wilkesboro

Humphrey, James Lee

Maple

Hunt, Larry Wayne

Spencer

Hunter, Richard Franklin

Raleigh

Hunter, William Francis

Winston-Salem

Hutcheson, J. Stanford

Winston-Salem

Hutchins, George Stephen

Sanford

Icenhour, Correll Junior

Taylorsville

Ingram, Jomes Edward

Kernersville

Iskyan, Howard Stephen

Durham

Isler, Simmons Harrison

Charlotte

Jackson, Richard David

Buffalo, N. Y.

Jackson, William Dewey

St. Pauls

Jackson, William Mclver

Huntersville

James, Ralph Ellis, Jr.

Asheville

Jameson, Perry Herbert, Jr.

Jackson

Jorrett, Olin, Jr.

Marshall

Jimenez, Gonzalez Rafael

Caracas, Venezuela

Johnson, Bobby Lee

Trenton

Johnson, Charles Duncan

St. Pauls

Johnson, Donold Terry

Dallas

Johnson, Jackie Burris

Draper

Johnson, Joseph Herbert

Raleigh

Johnson, Jules Door

Shelby

Johnson, William Thomas

Madison

Johnston, David Gout

Raleigh

Jones, Charles Franklin

Chorlotte

Jones, Donald Braxton

Lucama

Jones, George Thomas

Greensboro

364

Jones,

Harold, Jr.

New Bern

Jones,

Lottie Curtis, Jr.

Foyettevllle

Jones,

Richard Foster

Raleigh

Jones,

Robert Franklin

Elizabeth City

Jones,

Robert William

Alexander

Jones,

Thomos Corrow

Beaufort

Jordan

, John Durell, III

Clorkton

Joslin,

Arnold Lumsden

Raleigh

Joyner

Alfred Troy

Rich Square

Joyner

Dovid Wayne

Murfreesboro

Joyner

Jomes H. Ill

Jacksonville Beach, Flo.

Jubenville, Alan

Suffolk

Kolin, George Steven Upper Montcloir, N. J.

Konipe, John Thomas, Jr. Fair Bluff

Kennedy, Donald C. New Bern

Kennett, John Phillip Durham

Key, Hugh Dennis Raleigh

Key, John Chose Charleston, W. Va.

Kimball, John Allen, Jr.

Monson

Kiser, Jock Leonard

Sherrill's Ford

Kitchen, William Henry, II

Raleigh

Kneeburg, Charles Edwin, Jr.

Salisbury

Knight, William Bailey

Hickory

Knowles, S. Gordon

Hickory

Knox, James Howard

Carolina Beach

Krickbaum, William Joseph

Franklin

Langdon, Jerry Pleasant

Smithfield

Langley, William Howard

Asheville

Lanier, Dayton Wayne

Wilmington

Latimer, Arthur Lee, III

Suffolk

Laughinghouse, Gerald Franklin

Vanceboro

Lavinder, James Carroll

Henderson

Lawrence, James Robert, Jr.

Stoneville

Leo, Michael David

High Point

Leary, Leslie Carrol

High Point

Leory, Stanley Mitchell

Camden

Leath, Robert William

Sonford

Leotherwood, James Michael

Clyde

Lee, Michael Clifton

Gastonia

Lemons, Richard Craig

Murphy

Leonard, Robert L., Jr.

Lexington

Lester, Flora Corpening

Pine Hall

Liles, Billy Royce

Knightdole

Liles, Henry David

Lilesville

Lindsay, Anthony Gene

Clinton

Lindsey, Melissa

Raleigh

Lineberger, Miles Ervin

Dallas

Littlejohn, Michael Anthony

Burlington

Livermon, Fred Lee

Aulander

Lloyd, James Corlyle

Durham

Long, James Eugene

Burlington

Long, William Earl

Roxboro

Lopp, Daniel Franklin

Lexington

Louder, Kenneth C.

New York, N. Y.

Lurey, Edward

Asheville

Lyerly, Thomas Croige

New Bern

Lynch, John Zebulon

Elon College

McCall, Harold Guy, Jr.

Stoneville

McColl, Thomas Edwin, Jr.

Black Mountain

McCont, William

Chorlotte

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McClendcn, John Edward

Bogoluso, La.

McColl, Williom Dovid

Thomasville

McCombs, Dovid Elder

Solisbury

McCotter, Orson Lone

Mt. Holly

McCrory, Clifford Roy, Jr.

Lexington

McCulley, Michael David

Quontico, Va.

McDermott, John Joseph

Durham

McDougol, Lawrence Glenn

Spindole

McDowell, Lelond Kirchin

Tarboro

McDuffic, Allan Edwin

Durham

McGee, Wesley 0.

Laurinburg

McGhee, Wyott Lemuel

Franktinton

McGrody, Roger Stephen

West Jefferson

McKoy, John Woods, Jr.

Charlotte

McKeithan, Phyllis Neol

Raleigh

McKelvey, Gary Malcom

Raleigh

McLamb, Edwin Donald

Rockingham

McLean, Louch Hugh, Jr.

Laurinburg

McLeod, Randolph Christian

Bethesda, Md.

McLeod, William Lawrence, Jr.

Durham

McLurd, James William, Jr.

Crouse

McManus, George Cleveland, III

Albemarle

McMillian, Edword Leigh

Brewton, Ala.

McMillian, Frank D.

Red Springs

McMurroy, Charles Leigh

Spruce Pine

McRee, Leonard Clarence

Newton

McSwain, Wade Hompton, Jr.

Albemorle

Mobe, Robert Arnold

Walnut Cove

Mackintosh, Donald Froser, II

Winston-Solem

Malmborg, William Carl

Elkader, Iowa

Molpass, Charles Lucian

Clinton

Malposs, Wendell Allen

Kinston

Manning, John Austin, Jr.

Raleigh

Manning, John Rives, Jr.

Roanoke Rapids

Morcopoulos, Vassilios

Saloniki, Greece

Margolis, Marvin Samuel

St. Pauls

Marks, David Darden

Moreheod City

Marks, James Riddick

Raleigh

Marley, William Grady, Jr.

Lumber Bridge

Marshall, Bobby Elizas

Garland

Marti, Jose Antonio

Mexico

Martin, Gene Harold

Robersonville

Martin, Jesse Frederick

Jamesvllle

Massey, James Wade

Pleosant Hill

Matheson, Lorry John

Asheville

Matthews, Hazel Benton, Jr.

Hertford

Motthews, Henry Alton

Lokcview

Mauney, James Lloyd

Ookboro

Mouney, James Marshall

Burgow

Mayer, Ronald Michoel

Asheville

Mead, Byron LeRoy

Matthews

Meares, Ida Joyce

Raleigh

Melvin, Edice Carlton, Jr.

Etizobethtown

Mercer, Franklin Robinson

Bolivia

Middleton, Joseph Bradley

Alexandria, Va.

Miller, Wayne Marshall

Reidsvilie

Miller, Williom Eugene

West Jefferson

Mills, Carl Fred

Chinquapin

Mills, Jesse Reid

Burlington

Mills, Milton Kent

Mooresville

366

SOPHOMORES

Mimidis, Chris John

Swannonoa

Mitchell, Barre Ryon

Wilmington

Mitchell, George Cleveland, III

Dunn

Mitchem, Terry Kermit

Lincolnton

Mock, John Delmer, Jr.

Boonville

Molino, Mariano

Comaguey, Cuba

Monroe, James Everette

Laurel Hill

Moore, Charles Jack, Jr.

Hamlet

Moore, Clarence Richard

Wilson

Moore, James Preston

Winston-Salem

Moore, Joseph Ira, Jr.

Raleigh

Moore, Julius Graham

Raeford

Moore, Reuben Russell

Timberlake

Morgan, Arthur Lodd Cecil, III

Westport, Conn.

Morgan, Teresa Lynn

Swannonoa

Morris, Jomes Stewort

Maxton

Morris, John Thomas

Golax, Vo.

Morris, Zoble Rice

Ahoskie

Morrison, Roger Alan

Chorlotte

Morton, James Henry

Procforville

Morton, Joseph Kent

Kingsport, Tenn.

Murphy, James Otha

Youngsville

Murphy, Leroy Peorce

Spring Hope

Mustion, Robert David

Kittrell

Myers, Donald Louis

DuBois, Pa.

Myrick, Alvin Grant

Littleton

Nance, Richord Eorle

Cary

Nelson, Charles Phillip

New Bern

Nelson, David Webb

Moreheod City

Nelson, Robert Edwin

Baltimore, Md.

Nemmers, Robert Stanley

Raleigh

Newman, Carl Lewis

Montcloir, N. J.

Newton, Joel Armond

Charlotte

Nixon, Larry David

Elkin

Noah, Hugh Bryan

Raleigh

Noah, Van Botchelor

Raleigh

Nunalee, Thomas Harvey, III

Currie

Orr, Thomas Jerome

Charlotte

Overman, Jack Preston

Edenton

Padgett, Bobby Jackson

Maple Hill

Pais, Garcia Agustin

Cuba

Palmer, James Edward

Franklin

Palmer, Walter Allan

Winston-Salem

Parker, Billy Clyde

Candler

Parker, John Allen, Jr.

Gastonio

Parks, Charles Evans

Halifax

Pasour, Charles Earl

Dallas

Pass, Herbert Lee, Jr.

Raleigh

Patrick, Jerry Hamilton

Raleigh

Patterson, Melvin Luther

Thomasville

Payne, Robert Bennett

Winston-Salem

Pearce, Benny Morris

St. Pauls

Peed, John C.

Creedmosr

Pendergraft, Garrieth Blane

Rock Hill, S. C.

Pendergraft, Odis Charles, Jr.

Chapel Hill

Penney, Albert Carl

Kenonsville

Perkinson, William David

Norlina

Perry, Lynn Mclver

Sanford

Phelps, Ronald Alan

Louisburg

Philbrick, Charles Russell

Cary

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Phillips, Don Hugh

Charlotte

Pipkin, George Dennis

Murfreesboro

Pittmon, Leon Alton, Jr.

Kinston

Pohlkotte, Robert Harold

Foyetteville

Pollock, Chorles Bruce

Clinton

Poole, Dole Alton

Sporto

Pope, Jerry Alon

Dunn

Pope, Jimmie Roy

Gorner

Porter, Williom Lorry

Voughon

Powell, Williom Gene

Robersonville

Prescott, Wendell Ellsworth, Jr.

Lake Woccomow

Price, Billy Linwood

Clarendon

Price, John Thomas

Asheville

Price, Ronald Frederick

Greensboro

Pritchett, Darrell Gray

Thomosville

Purcell, David Alexander, Jr.

Fieldole, Vo.

Queen, James Morris

Morganton

Rader, Kenneth Roger

Newton

Radford, Mcurice Gene

Kenly

Rondoll, Charles Clifford

Falcon

Rash, Kenneth Ivan

Peoch Bottom, Po.

Rotley, Chorles Durham

Red Springs

Rotliffe, John Timothy

Lenoir

Rowls, Dewey Welton

Woodland

Reo, Ralph Wore

Matthews

Redd, Warren Jerome, Jr.

Charlotte

Rhodes, Robert Daniel

Lexington

Rhue, Morion Odell

Swonsboro

Richordson, Marvin Roderick

Roleigh

Riddick, Jock Howerin

Belhoven

Riedell, Charles Alexander

Clifton, N. J.

Roberts, John Williom

Mocksville

Robertson, Cleo Delano

Reidsville

Robinson, Gory Dee

Wotertown, Mass.

Robinson, Thomas C, Jr.

Georgetown, S. C.

Rogers, Williom Henry, Jr.

Fuquoy Springs

Rogerson, Asa Benjamin

Williomston

Rogerson, Godwin Cotton

Ahoskie

Romanet, Andrew Louis, Jr.

Roxboro

Rose, Preston Edward

Lucomo

Rosedohl, James Fred

Dobson

Rosenstrouch, Gory Jay

Hewlett, N. Y.

Ross, Cory Mills

Rhodhiss

Ross, Forrest Ronald

Morion

Ross, Kenneth Williom

Morgonton

Roundtree, James Oliver

Ahoskie

Rowley, Lee Raymond Crofo

m-on Hudson, N. Y.

Roycroft, Robert Elwood

Wilmington

Roye, Henry Earl

San Angelo, Tex.

Rush, Charles Blair

Lexington

Rusher, Glenn Buren

Salisbury

Russell, Charles Edmond

Lexington

Ryols, Henry Wesley

Dunn

Sodler, Emory Welch

Kenonsville

Sanders, Robert Edmundson

Willow Springs

Sondifer, James Paul

Cherry Point

Sandiford, John Pierpont, Jr.

Pensacolo, Flo.

Sosser, Jock Hare

Goldsboro

Sotterwhite, Elizabeth Ann

Henderson

Sotterwhite, Harold Landis, J

r. McCain

368

Satterwhite, James Brant, II

Henderson

Sauls, Admiral Dewey

Garner

Saunders, Harvey Deon

Morgonton

Savariego, Samuel Finfz

Camoguey, Cuba

Scarborough, Todd Robert

Hoffman

Scearce, Percy Jennings, Jr.

Danville, Vo.

Schermerhorn, Donald F.

Schenectady, N. Y.

Scott, Forrell Wayne

Winsfon-Solem

Scott, Samuel DeVon, III

Fair Bluff

Seay, Faset Joaquin

Charlotte

Seip, Thomas Alfred

West Eoston, Pa.

Seiti, Henry William, Jr.

Newton

Sexton, Phillip Lawrence

Sparta

Shanklin, Julius Augustus, Jr

Raleigh

Shea, Charles Thomas, Jr.

Waycross, Go.

Sheely, Adrian Reese

Foyetteville

Shelton, James David

High Point

Shelton, Thomas Roscoe

Madison

Shepherd, Robert Edwin

Deep Gap

Sheppard, Robert Reynolds

Washington

Sheppard, Ronald Eric

Winston-Salem

Sherrill, Von Doye

Benson

Shields, Robert Frank

Mebane

Shivar, Curtis Tapp

Seven Springs

Shore, John Benjamin

East Bend

Shotton, Douglas Randall

Suffolk, Va.

Sills, Titus Odell, Jr.

Kannapolis

Simmons, Charles Robert

Charlotte

Simmons, Lloyd Charles

Plymouth, Pa.

Simmons, William Stephen

Granite Falls

Simpson, Taliaferro S.

Charlotte

Sink, Larry Wayne

Lexington

Sisk, Charles James

Burlington

Sloan, Benjamin Johnston

Woynesville

Smith, Carson, Jr.

Laurel Hill

Smith, Charles Holman

Greensboro

Smith, Charles Woverly

Rocky Mount

Smith, Danny Gold

Raleigh

Smith, James Hilliard, Jr.

Goldsboro

Smith, James Thomas

Kings Mountain

Smith, John Alton

Bowden

Smith, Raymond Lester, Jr.

Greenville

Smith, Robert Lee

Foirport, Va.

Smith, Rufus Koder, Jr.

Charlotte

Smith, Thomas Manly

New Bern

Smith, William Edmond

Wilmington

Smith, William Lucius, Jr.

Hovelock

Snider, Lloyd Butner

Cory

Spain, Milton Franklin

Woverly, Va.

Spake, Yates Ellis, Jr.

Morgonton

Spongier, Lorry Eugene

Shelby

Sparrow, Charles Abernothy

Charlotte

Spear, Forrest Allen

Madison

Speed, Eugene Travis, Jr.

Speed

Spencer, Talbert Draper

Johnson City, Tenn.

Stoinback, Kenneth Mox

Elon College

Stanley, Hubert Currie, Jr.

Wilmington

Stanley, Willie Loyd

Lexington

Stanton, Richard Ira

Union, N. J.

Staples, John Merritt

Kingsport, Tenn.

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St-arnes, John Edgar

Gronite Falls

Steele, Boyne Groy

Burlington

Stein, Gerald Anderson

Rocky Mount

Stephens, Chester Lee, Jr.

Stearns, Ky.

Stephens, John Lee

Lillington

Stephenson, Thomas Williams

Benson

Stevenson, James Frederick

Palmyra

Stewart, Floyd Grant

Charlotte

Stewart, George Colon

Moners

Stewart, John Gilliam

Gostonio

Stinard, Rutherford Jules N.

Torrytown, N. Y.

Stokes, William Frederick

Greenville

Stone, John Greenville

Providence

Stone, Lorry Mitchell

Sonford

Strawn, Dole Hiram

Charlotte

Strown, Horry Boger

Monroe

Strickland, Vernon Lee

Oxford

Stroupe, Harold David

Gostonio

Stuart, Archie David, Jr.

Raleigh

Stuart, Barry Witten

Greenville

Stuart, Jay Clyde

Elkin

Stubbins, George Edward

Greensboro

Sturgess, John Hannibal

Rocky Mount

Suessmann, Kenneth Walter

Baldwin, N. Y.

Sullivan, Robert Anderson

Arlington, Vo.

Summer, Garry Lester

Cherryville

Swart, Robert Stevens

Wilmington

Tolton, James Evans

Raleigh

Tapp, James M.

Roxboro

Tarim, Sukru Tomris

Ankara, Turkey

Tarrant, William Thomas

Raleigh

Tart, Jimmy Clifton

Benson

Taylor, Francis Beasley

Kinston

Taylor, George Blount

Rocky Mount

Toylor, John Thomas

Nashville

Taylor, Leonard Pendleton, Jr.

Vanceboro

Taylor, Luther Hill

Wilmington

Taylor, Zachary

Knightdole

Tedder, Donald Richard

Red Springs

Teele, Phillip Michael

Shelby

Tetterton, Claudius David

South Boston, Va.

Tkigpen, John Marvin

Mt. Olive

Thomas, Baxter Lamar, Jr.

Charlotte

Thomas, Jimmie Boyden

Salisbury

Thomas, Max Groydon

Sonford

Thompson, Albert Glenn, Jr.

Forest City

Thompson, Clarence Merlin

Princeton

Thompson, Linwood Forrest

Raleigh

Thompson, Roy Clork

Soluda

Thompson, William Ulysses

Winston-Salem

Thorn, Robert Harold

Raleigh

Thorne, James Richard

Selma

Tice, Robert Glenn, Jr.

Wadesboro

Titmus, Edward Buford

Petersburg, Va.

Todd, Edward Shermer

East Bend

Tomlin, Mickey David

High Point

Toms, John Amos

Forest City

Tronsou, Robert Horton, Jr.

Wilkesboro

Tucker, Dennis Warren

North Wilkesboro

Tune, Harry Clifton, Jr.

Morgonton

370

Turner, Charles McNeill, Jr.

Reidsville

Turner, Conrad Leon

Woynesville

Turner, Jomes H., Jr.

Dunn Loring, Vo.

Turner, James Weaver

Asheviilo

Tyson, George Sprunt-

Foyetteville

Uskup, Ergin

Istanbul, Turkey

Von Voor His, Bruce

Broadway

Vaughan, James R., Jr.

Losker

Vaughn, Robert- Lee

Cory

Vickers, James Lee

Salisbury

Wagoner, Frank Woyne

Elon College

Wogoner, Thomas Leftrage

Sparta

Woldrop, Don Baker

Valdese

Wolloce, Larry Simmons

Newport

Wallace, Larry Wayne

Roanoke Rapids

Waller, James

Maple Hill

Walser, Stacy Thurmon, Jr.

Solisbury

Walters, Roger Williom

Matthews

Ward, Herman Nothan

Roanoke Rapids

Warner, Michael

New Bern

Worwick, Nurhom Osbie

Clinton

Washburn, James Ray

Spruce Pine

Waters, Joe Wilbur

Forest City

Watkins, Ceroid Jon

Greensboro

Watkins, Louie Willard, Jr.

Wilmington

Watson, Cleveland Bobcock

Silver Creek, N. Y.

Watson, Larry Irving

Plymouth

Watts, Jesse G.

Raleigh

Weaver, Delmar Dole

Goldsboro

Weaver, Jerry Stokes

Salisbury

Weaver, William Norris

Winston-Solem

Weeks, Clydo Marguerite

Raleigh

Wells, John Harold, Jr.

Morgonton

Wells, Roland Dean

Asheville

West, Gsorge Horper

Kinston

Wey, Linda Jean

Boone

Whotley, Louis Stephen

Asheboro

Whealton, Bruce Mortin

Burlington

Wherry, Daniel George

Columbus, Ohio

Whilden, Carleton Nettles, Jr

Charlotte

Whitaker, Robert Norton

Enfield

White, Dovid Eagle, Jr.

Stotesville

White, Douglas Edward

Ahoskie

White, George Ross

Salemburg

Whitener, Robert Loben, Jr.

Martinsville, Vo.

Whitesides, David Patrick

Gostonio

Wicker, Robert Brooks, III

Sonford

Wielond, Fred George

Stotesville

Wiggins, Nolond Elvin, Jr.

Durham

Wilcox, John Lee

Tompo, Flo.

Wilholf, Charles Edward, III

Rocky Mount

Willioms, George W., Ill

Lexington

Williams, John Wesley, III

Weldon

Williams, Robert Edward, Jr.

Clinton

Williamson, Philip Lyie

New Bern

Williamson, Richard Hal!

Canton

Willis, Candler Arthur

Candler

Willis, Carlton Hayes

Stacy

Wilson, Mark Gilliam

Wilson's Mill

Winstead, David Solomon

Bunn

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Raleigh

Wise, Joe Michael

Shelby

Witherington, Charles Mack

Vanceboro

Womble, David Andrew

Elm City

Wood, Richard Forbes, Jr.

Portsmouth, Vo.

Workman, Gary Franklin

High Point

Worsley, David Francis

Oak City

Worsley, Samuel Mayo

Oak City

Wright, Bruce Wayne

Plymouth

Wright, Lorry Gene

Dayton, Ohio

Wylie, Robert Lowry, III

Charlotte

Yip, Jimmy Der

High Point

Young, John Marion

Asheville

Yount, James Leroy

Newton

Zum, Brunnen, Thomas P., Ill

Salisbury

372

BUCK CHAMPION, Treasurer
JIMMY COX, President

PEGGY McCONNELL, Secretary
FLOVD McCALL, Vice-President

Class of 1963

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Stotesville

Aero, Maurice Ramon

Rue de Mogasin de I'Eror

Adams, George Aston, Jr.

Shelby

Addotto, Salvatore M.

Cambria Heights, N. Y.

Adkins, Edward Emery, Jr.

Rocky Mount

Agosrini, Michael David

Trinidad, T.W.I.

Alabaster, Albert Allen

Dunn

Albertson, Jock Collins

Durhom

Albertson, Joel Ralph

Durham

Allen, George Edward, Jr.

Foyetteville

Allen, George Willis

Tor Heel

Allen, Jesse Monroe

Smithfield

Allen, Larry Ross

Plymouth

Allen, Paul Hoywood

Chorlotte

Allen, William Alexander, II

1 Formville

Amick, William Michael

Pine Bluff, Ark.

Ammons, Troy William, Jr.

Burlington

Anderson, Berry Lone, Jr.

Torboro

Anderson, Woodrow Antonio

Goldsboro

Andrew, John Rodman

Woshington

Andrews, Robert Louis

Sporto

Ankurs, Andris

Chorlotte

Archer, David McCall

Jocksonville, Flo.

Arscott, James Lloyd

Troy

Ashley, Perlie Gene

Edenton

Atwood, Richard Nolan

Winston-Solem

Avont, Alfred Louis

Red Springs

Aycock, Vernon Stephen

Stantonsburg

Aylott, Michael Victor

Lourinburg

Bober, Dole Mylum

Hopewell, Vo.

Badgett, Roy Harris

Thomosville

Bagley, Worth Wrenn

Kenly

Bain, David Edwin

Foyetteville

Baldwin, Cullen Keith

Durhom

Baldwin, Donald F.

Asheville

Ballance, John Bottle

Four Oaks

Ballard, Gerald Bloke

Asheville

Banks, Harvey Thomas

Newton

Bonks, Herman Lee

Jacksonville

Borbee, John Logon

Southport

Borbee, Willord Horold, Jr.

Raleigh

Barber, Tollie Chester

Mount Airy

Bord, Ronald Stephen

Asheville

Borefoot, Richord Lowell

Charlotte

Barefoot, Willie Ronald

Newton Grove

Bornes, Alonzo Merrick

Philodelphio, Po.

Bornes, Robert Lee

Nathalie, Vo.

Bo.'nhill, Michael Von

Bottleboro

Barrier, George Lewis

Konnopolis

Borringer, Thomos Lowson

Konnopolis

Barry, Raymond Edward

Shelby

Bosden, Bruce Kellum

Dudley

Boson, Jerry Thomas

Graham

Boss, demon Elton, Jr.

Edenton

Botchelder, Charles Fronklin

Roleigh

Botton, George Ootes

Roonoke Rapids

Baucom, Lorry Cloyton

Concord

Beoman, John Robert, Jr.

Asheville

Beosley, Jomes Dole

High Point

Beosley, Marvin Coleman, Jr.

Gostonio

Becton, Froncis Gordon

Newport

Beeson, John Edward

Winston-Solem

Bell, Joseph Rondol

Durhom

Bennett, Jerry Lee

Kernersville

Bennett, Roy Ray

Raleigh

Barrier, Bobby Lee

China Grove

Best, Billy Burke

Stumpy Point

Best, Elwood Vance

Turkey

Betts, Thomos Alexander, Jr.

Whitokers

Beyer, Frederick Louis, Jr.

Durham

Biesecker, James Leonord

Lexington

Biggerstoff, Robert Thurmon

Vole

Binn:, Robert Norman

Siler City

Bishop, Roy Norton

Aberdeen

Bitter, Stephen Doughly

Asheville

Block, Edward Eugene, Jr.

Asheville

Blockburn, Sammy Goyle

Charlotte

374

FRESHMEN

Blair, James Randle

Thomasville

Blanchard, Harold Chris

Whiteville

Blanchord, Jomes Birven

Turkey

Blanchard, Stanley Wayne

Edenton

Bledsoe, William Byron

Sporto

Blevins, Ronald Lee

Briston, Tenn.

Bolick, Calvin Reid

Bear Poplar

Bolt, Michoel Wilborn

Lauren, S. C.

Booker, Edward Nelson, Jr.

Selmo

Boozer, Francis Johnstone

Greensboro

Borookhim, Monouchehr

Seroy Amir, Iron

Bost, Lloyd Corlton, Jr.

Charlotte

Bostion, Charles William

Baltimore, Md.

Boughon, John Robert

West Point, Va.

Bouknight, Wendell Jack

Charleston, III.

Bowden, Harold Tyson

Virginia Beach, Vo.

Bowers, James Scott

Raleigh

Boyette, Worren Giles

Clayton

Boys, Thomas Robert

Gostonia

Bradley, Bobby Dean

Dallas

Bradshaw, Loyd, Jr.

Franklin, Vo.

Bradshaw, Richard Allen, Jr

Salisbury

Brake, Henry Louis

Rocky Mount

Brontley, William Arthur

Raleigh

Breeden, James Brooks, Jr.

Foyetteville

Brickhouse, Stuart Lea

Columbia

Briles, Barry Mitchell

Greensboro

Britt, Harry Shore, Jr.

Clinton

Brittoin, Robert Earl

Boone

Brogden, William Alvis

Sonford

Brooks, James Ivey

Norlina

Brosins, Marriott Bosom, II

Stotesville

Browder, William Henry, Jr.

Wallace

Brown, Benjamin Lawrence

Rhodhiss

Brown, George William, Jr.

Wilmington

Brown, Howard Patrick

Washington

Brown, Ray Jackson

Coleroin

Brown, Thomas Woyne

Stotesville

Brown, Walter Earl

Wilson

Brown, William Charles

Ft. Bragg

Brown, Williom Pitt

Rocky Moun

Brummitt, Robert Garland

Henderson

Bruton, James Isaac

Fremont

Bryan, William Ross

Raleigh

Bryson, Phil Robinson, Jr.

Asheville

Buck, Coy Glen, Jr.

Stokes

Buffoloe, James Jackson

Willow Springs

Bullord, Paul Levon

Fair Bluff

Bullington, Terry Douglas

Pittsboro

Bumgardner, David Richard

West Jefferson

Bunn, George Albert

Goldsboro

Buonoto, Eugene George

Williomsport, Pa.

Burke, Robert Holmes

Upper Montcloir, N. J.

Burkes, Marc Ray

Calhoun Falls, S. C.

Burnette, Thurman Everett

Oxford

Burris, Malcolm Lee

Henderson

Burton, Charles David

Newlond

Burton, William Alonzo

Winston-Salem

Bush, John Powell

New London

Butler, Edward Berton

Rockingham

Butler, Michael Herbert

Elizobethtown

Byrd, Hazel Lawrence

Foyetteville

Byrd, Kenneth Rex

Sims

Cagle, Don Roy

Kannopolis

Caldwell, Ernest Lorve

Towson, Md.

Calvert, Wallace Vonamber,

Jr, Monroe

Cameron, William John

Raleigh

Canady, Kenneth Sink

High Point

Candler, Ronnie Lee

Marshall

Cannon, James Harley

Foyetteville

Corawan, Lorry Bryan

Greenville

Cormichoel, Donald Taylor

Roleigh

Corpenter, James Wesley

Durham

Carpenter, Joseph Morgan, Jr

Wogram

Carr, Thomas McLeon, Jr.

Clinton

Carrier, Michael Holt

Charlotte

Carter, David Huber

Fort Bragg

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Carver, William Bayard

Roxboro

Catherwood, George Arthur

Burlington

Coto, Joseph Chorles

Charlotte

Causey, Hortley Dodge

Greensboro

Covenough, Roy Stephen, Jr.

Wallace

Cayton, Darreil Browning

Aurora

Champion, Jan Horace

Raleigh

Cheatham, John Gordon

Oxford

Chilton, David Lenton

High Point

Chipley, Thomas Julian

Charlotte

Clark, Donald Lawrence

McLean, Vo.

Clark, Edword Thome

Mt. Airy

Clark, M. Michael

Canton

Clark, Oscar McFoyden

Foyetteville

Clark, Sally Ann

Sanford

Clarke, Bernard Stanley

Petersburg, Va.

Clayton, Edwin Lynn

Greensboro

Clayton, John Glenwood

Roxboro

Clemmons, Normon Hobson

Wilmington

Clifton, Rodney Franklin

Mt. Airy

Cline, Steven Ross

Winston-Salem

Clowes, Thomas Hortley

Winston-Solem

Cobb, Aubrey Whitehead

Elm City

Cobb, Clyde Copehort, Jr.

Edenton

Cobb, John Wilson

Durham

Cochran, James David

Canton

Cochrone, Charles Thomas

High Point

Coffer, Bentrom Watts

Sanford

Coffey, Thomos Gotewood

Raleigh

Coggins, Nolan Sherrill

Thomosville

Cole, Kenneth Lee

Clyde

Cole, Wellon Roger

High Point

Coleman, Charles Burnett

Tabor City

Collie, George Claiborne

Goldsboro

Collins, Anthony Earl

Winston-Solem

Combs, Johnny Wayne

High Point

Conner, Robert Wayne

Clover, Va.

Connolly, Billy Deon

Bokersville

Cook, Fred Roscoe

Boone

Cook, Harold Craig

Mt. Olive

Cook, Jerry Avalee

Winston-Salem

Cooke, Lloyd Alfred

Salisbury

Coppedge, George Alvoh Nicholson, II High Point

Cooper, Robert William

Mooresville

Cooper, Norbert Lee

Greensboro

Cordell, Jerry Wayne

Raleigh

Corille, Edward More

Atkinson

Cornelius, Clorance Preston

Troutman

Costner, Hiram Archie, III

Charlotte

Couch, John Edwin

Durhom

Council, Charles Royce, Jr.

Cary

Cowan, Robert Stanford

Durham

Cox, James Lester, Jr.

Reidsville

Cox, Robert Emmett

Winston-Salem

Cox, Wayne McCaskell

Tobor City

Croft, William Jocob

Rutherfordton

Croig, Lou Lyon, Jr.

Windsor

Crates, Thomos Bond

Charlotte

Crawley, Benjamin Dean

Morgonton

Cribbin, David Edmund

Greensboro

Cross, James Michael

Asheboro

Cross, John McDonald

Marion

Crow, Frank Heath, Jr.

N. Wilkesboro

Crowley, Jock Norman

Bloomington, III.

Cruikshonk, James Patrick

Asheville

Crutchfield, Clark Albright

Charlotte

Cullipher, James Milton

Merry Hill

Culp, Richard Earl

Asheville

Curnow, John Wallace

Charlotte

Currin, Shirley Thomas

Oxford

Curtis, Burnell Parker, Jr.

Wilmington

Curtis, Cecil Lawrence

Rocky Mount

Cutler, Guy Abner

Washington

Dobbs, Theron Randolph

Elizabeth City

Daniel, Joe Farmer, Jr.

Wilson

Daniel, Robert Eorl

Raleigh

Daniels, Alfred John, Jr.

Raleigh

376

Daniels, Dennis Allen
Daniels, Lester Jackson, Jr.
Dornell, James Earl
Davenport, Reynold Slade, Jr.
Doris, Charles A., Jr.
Davis, Frank Holbrooke
Davis, Jack Winslow

Davis, Joseph Dallas
Davis, Thomas Michael
Davis, William Alexander
Davis, William Phillip
Deal, James Jeffery
Deal, William Marcus
Dean, James Robert

DeHart, Dillord Lovell, Jr.
Denison, Edword Exner
Dennis, Edward S., Jr.
Dennis, Mark Vaughan
Denny, Phillip Dale
Derson, Charles Alexander
Dermid, Joe Arthur, Jr.

Devereux, James Lowrence
Dickens, Henry Lassiter
Dickey, Joe Herley
Dickson, Robert Gallant
Dixon, Michael Poindexter
Dixon, Ronald Lynn
Dixon, Simon Clayton

Donahue, Daniel William
Dormon, Marvin Kay, Jr.
Dorsett, Edward Leard
Dorsett, James Wesley, Jr.
Doty, Leete Raymond
Doty, Ronald Eugene
Dove, Frank Bernard, Jr.

Dressel, John Michael
Drye, Jerry Wendell
DuBose, Barron McNeely
Duff, Joe H.

Dumont, Arthur Edwin, Jr.
Dunning, Charles Everett
Durham, Jerry Dennis

Eagles, Joseph Elliott, Jr.
Eakes, James Chandler, Jr.
Earnhardt, John Wilbert, Jr.
Eorp, David Franklin
Eoson, Edward Franklin, Jr.
Easterling, George Dixon
Eaton, Frank Adair

Ebersole, William Carter
Edgerton, Jerry Alan
Edwards, Ben Luther
Edwards, Carl Elmo
Edwards, Michael Robert
Edwards, Peter Howard
Eller, Conrad David

Ellington, Royburn Paschal, III
Ellis, Donald Reid
Ellis, Duke Franklin
Ellis, Francis Charles
Ellis, Walter Duke, Jr.
Enloe, Harold Coleman
Enzor, Crawford Monroe, Jr.

Estridge, Sammy Earl, Jr.
Everest, Glenn Edward
Foggart, Michael Wayne
Faircloth, Bob Eugene
Fanney, Josef Privette
Farmer, George Leonidas
Farthing, Hal Buckner, Jr.

Fatkin, Thomas George
Faust, Eric Milton
Felts, Williom Edword
Fenton, John Franklin
Ferguson, James Morsholl, Jr.
Fernald, John Taylor
Fields, Thomas Edward

Wilmington

Winston-Solem

Winston-Solem

Jacksonville

Draper

Charlotte

Winston-Solem

Raleigh

Raleigh

Rowland

Kitty Hawk

Hickory

Lenoir

Greensboro

Asheville

Asheville

Clorkton

Roleigh

Pilot Mountain

Rutherfordton

Hendersonville

Charlotte

Roanoke Rapids

West Hillsboro

Gastonia

East Bend

Siler City

Raleigh

Matthews

Pembroke

Rockingham

Winston-Solem

Jersey City, N. J.

Winston-Solem

Charlotte

Durham

Albemarle

Arden

Raleigh

Charlotte

Rich Square

Four Oaks

Roleigh

Sonford

Winston-Solem

Selmo

Elm City

Hamlet

Norfolk, Vo.

Wilmington

Goldsboro

Kings Mountain

Roleigh

Thomasville

Thomosville

Moravian Falls

Burlington

Graham

Stotesville

Raleigh

Greensboro

Asheville

Fair Bluff

Bodin

Mocksville

Concord

Foyetteville

Scotland Neck

Raleigh

Durham

Albemarle

Salisbury

Rocky Mount

Washington, D. C.

Raleigh

Wilson

Wollace

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Fine, David Lee

New London

Finger, Guy McKlnley

Winston-Salem

Fish, Herbert Dorsey, III

Willow Springs

Fishel, Herbert Andrew

Winston-Salem

Fisher, Thomas Russell

Charlotte

Fleming, Robert James, Jr.

Fuquay Springs

Floyd, Benjomin Morris

Henderson

Floyd, Daniel Bern

Lumberton

Floyd, Edmond David

Albemarle

Fogarossy, Peter Ivan

New Haven, Conn.

Foltz, Donald Robert

Winston-Salem

Forbes, Benjamin Jasper, Jr.

Wilson

Ford, Robert Newland

Kure Beach

Fors, John Frederick

Mercer, Po.

Foster, George Randolph

Charlotte

Fouts, Jerry Webster

Thomosville

Fowler, Edwin Burke, III

Cherryville

Fowler, George Foard

Salisbury

Fowler, Richard Leon

Mt. Holly

Fox, Charles Eugene

Morgonton

Fox, Larry Olen

Conover

Fox, William Nelson

Atlantic Beach

Foy, John Frank

Brodenton, Flo.

Franklin, Donald Ervin

Valdese

Franklin, Edward Carlyle

Richmond, Vo.

Franklin, William Acree

Greenville

Frauenholz, Raymond Blaise

Havelock

Frazelle, Barry Newbold

Raleigh

Freas, David Edward

Walnut Cove

Freck, Lorry Gene

Acme

Freeland, Ernest Pinkney, Jr.

Motthews

Freeman, Everett Hunt

Spindole

Freeman, Joel Mock

Cullowhee

Freeman, Richard McConnell

Charlotte

French, George Reode

Wilmington

Frick, Lester Lee

Albemarle

Frickey, Robert Elliott, Jr.

Siler City

Friday, Leonard LeRoy

Gastonia

Frink, Richard Barry

Tabor City

Fry, Harold Lawrence

Newton

Fulbright, James Claud

Hickory

Fuller, Carl Clifford, Jr.

Raleigh

Fuller, David Allan

Louisburg

Funderburk, Jerry Neal

Konnopolis

Furr, Robert Eugene

Stonfield

Furr, Wilbur Franklin, Jr.

Concord

Gagnon, David Charles

Ayden

Gaither, John Owen

Charlotte

Galloway, Benny M.

Brevard

Gamble, John Harley, Jr.

Charlotte

Gondy, Robert William

Concord

Gardner, David Hampton

Roseboro

Gardner, Joseph Decatur

Hollond, VIrginio

Gardner, Lorry Joy

Asheville

Gardner, William Edgar

Kernersville

Gardner, William Marshall

Asheville

Garner, Jerry Leon

Aberdeen

Garrett, Ray Wayne

Moyock

Gorrett, Roy Lane

Moyock

Garrison, Edward Lawrence

Morgonton

Garrison, Willard Lee

Pfofftown

Garriss, Howard Reed, Jr.

Raleigh

Gately, Richard Charles

Rockaway Beach, N. Y.

Geddie, Edgar McPhail, Jr.

Raleigh

Gelber, Michael

Ramat-Hashemon, Israel

Gentry, Kendall Francis, Jr.

Roxboro

Gibson, Edward Leven

Chorlotte

Gibson, Johnny Wayne

Konnopolis

Gietzen, Phil Gordon

Charlotte

Gifford, John Winston

Vero Beach, Florida

Gilbert, Paul Lestrade

Statesville

Gilmore, Wesley Wilson, Jr.

Raleigh

Godwin, Randolph Ray

Wilson

Goins, Jomes Donald

Burlington

Golderer, Horry Charles, Jr.

Brevard

Goidforb, Michael

Forest Hills, N. Y.

Goldstein, Ronald Jerome

Mooresville

378

Goldstein, Ronald Phillip
Goodman, Robert Lee
Goodwin, Bruce Davis
Goodwin, Lester McGee, Jr.
Goodwin, Roy Anderson, Jr.
Goswick, Thomas Emmett
Grady, Michael Eriie, Jr.

Grainger, John William, Jr.
Gront, Martin Smith
Gravely, Benjamin Tyson
Graves, Alfred Arthur
Gray, James Alexander, Jr.
Gray, John Bowie, IV
Gray, J. Lander, III

Green, Charles Robert
Green, Nancy Rebecca
Greene, Ernest Leiand, Jr.
Greenwood, Kenneth Towne
Greeson, Roy Mack
Gregory, Barry Randall
Gregory, Walton Carlyle

Gresham, John Randolph
Gresham, Robert Elvis, Jr.
Grice, James Pressley, Jr.
Grier, Preston Douglas, Jr.
Griffin, Joseph Carl, Jr.
Griffin, Robert Paul
Griffith, Robert Wallace, Jr.

Grimes, Thomas Llewellyn
Griset, Kurt Barron
Griswold, Guy Doan
Groce, Augustus Ben. Jr.
Grossman, William Gary
Guion, William Scott
Gurley, Paul Landreth

Asheville

Gold Hill

Morehead City

Raleigh

Lumberton

Durham

Rocky Mount

Clarendon

Wilmington

Charlotte

Waynesville

Hope Mills

Wilson

Gastonia

Brevard

Candler

Raleigh

Somerville, N. J.

Burlington

Mocksville

Raleigh

Raleigh

Oxford

Shelby

Charlotte

Jamesville

Winston-Salem

Lexington

Cary

Raleigh

Downingtown, Pennsylvania

Nashville, Tennessee

Kannapolis

Charlotte

Goldsboro

Guy, Buford, Jr.

Gwaltney, Jouy Rudolph, Jr.

Hackney, Gerald George Herman

Hackney, Ralph Hodges

Hairr, Leiand Moore

Haitovsky, Yoel

Holberstadt, William Level, II

Hale, Alan Everett
Hales, Jesman Arnold
Hall, Jerry Dade
Halverson, Oscor Ted
Hampton, Benny Bryant
Hand, Thomas Fortune
Hanna, Anthony Reed

Harbin, Walter Randolph
Hordison, Ted Julius
Hore, Wilford Ray
Harmon, Charles Lynn
Harmon, Frank Cornelius
Harper, James Ronald
Harpham, Raymond Mercer

Harrell, Henry, III
Harrington, Archie Walton
Harris, Jack Ronald
Harris, James Cormon, Jr.
Harris, William Brothers
Harris, William Howard
Harrison, Dalton Ray

Harrison, Thomas Edison
Harvel, Roy Harrison
Harvey, Lloyd Stewart
Hosbrouck, Jonathan Love
Haskell, George Rhame
Hassell, James Clyde
Hauser, Edwin Wilbur

Howes, Douglas Hayes
Hawkins, Clarence Pemberton
Hawks, James Oscar
Hayes, Richard McLaughlin, Jr.
Hoyworth, George William
Hazelton, George Livingston
Heath, Bobby Sutton

Kingsport

Salisbury

Dudley

Conover

Washington

Goldsboro

Haifa, Isroel

Charlotte

Wilmington

Fremont

Burlington

Slier City

Elkin

Belmont

Charlotte

Asheville

Edenton

PIkeville

Tennessee

Greensboro

Franklin

Charlotte

Wilmington

Fairmont

Mocksville

Lexington

Oriental

Windsor

Raleigh

Woke Forest

Biscoe

Thomosville

Blodenboro

Laurel Hill

Manteo

Lewisville

Bolivia
Pine Level
High Point
High Point
High Point
Greenville
Trenton

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Heoth, Johnny Roy

Heoth, Silos Ervin

Hedspeth, Luther William, Jr.

Heeden, George Lee, Jr.

Helminger, Paul Andrew

Hendon, George Word

Henry, James Vance
Hensley, Dani'<l Steve
Hernandez, Manuel Romon
Hcssler, Bruce Alden
Hester, Ralph Duone
Hester, William Thomas
Heyword, George Cuthbert

Hicks, Alfred Francis
Hicks, Joseph Nathan

Hill,
Hill,
Hill,
Hill,
Hill,

David Lyman
Javis Roland
Joseph Curtis
Ted Wilson
William Earl

Hines, John Stephen
Hintz, Bernce Jurgen
Hodgin, William Conoly
Hoell, James Monroe, Jr.
Holder, Edward Lee
Hollady, David Franklin
Holland, Charles Sidney, Jr.

Holland, William Connor

Holler, Don Forney

Hollowell, Joseph Bertrum, Jr.

Holt, Kenneth Paul

Holton, Alonza Wallace, Jr.

Honeycutt, Fred Lindley

Honeycutt, Thomas Rhett

Home, Charles Wright
Horton, James Floyd
Houtz, David Franklin
Howard, Abe Noil, Jr.
Howell, Colbert Page
Howell, Dewey Edward
Howell, John Howard, Jr.

Howell, Millard Cleveland, Jr.
Hoyle, Jeffrey Hoyle
Hubbard, Donald Gene
Hubbard, James Allison
Hudson, David Rex
Hudson, Richard Henry
Huffman, Tod Edward

Huggins, Marion Dixon
Hughes, Miles Augustus, Jr.
Humphrey, Clarence Kermit, Jr.
Humphrey, Milton Jennings, Jr.
Humphreys, Paul N., Jr.
Humphries, Eugene Elmore, Jr.
Hunnicutt, Emmitt Freeman, Jr.

Hunnicutt, William Artemus, III

Huntley, William K.

Hutchens, Jerry Lee

Hyott, Charles Wayne

Idol, Tony Gene

Ingle, Edwin Coy

Ingram, Dick DeBusk

Ingram, Donald Russell
Ives, Charles Luther, III
Ivey, James Carlton
Jackson, Claude Thelbert
Jackson, George Cloudius, Jr.
Jomes, Elmo Bcckton
James, Julian Trocey

James, William Russell, III
Jaramillo, Eduordo Villa
Jorrett, James Paul, Jr.
Jeffords, Calvin Bunyon
Jenkins, Lorry Stuart, Jr.
Jernigon, Norman Duncon
Johnson, Dole Reid

Ft. Eusils, Virginia

Kinston

Pink Hill

Conway

Wilson

Morgonton

Asheville

Asheville

Block Mountain

Santo Cruz Del Sur, Cuba

Huntington, N. Y.

Chorlottesville, Virginia

Raleigh

Laurinburg

Wilson

Roxboro

Edneyville

Pfofftown

Charlotte

Chocowinity

Kinston

Spindale

Fayetteville

Red Springs

Rocky Mount

Winston-Salem

Guilford College

Henderson

Fayetteville

Raleigh

Edenton

Jamestown

New Bern

Lexington

Greenville

Richlonds

Wilson

Rutledge, Pennsylvania

Mocksville

Murfreesboro

Goldsboro

New Bern

Wodesboro

Henderson

Dallas

Stedmon

Graham

Valdese

Hickory

Durham
Edenton
Kinston
Burgaw
Raleigh
Charlotte
Raleigh

Raleigh

Smithfield

Yodkinville

Candler

Colfax

Burlington

Mt. Gileod

Swonsboro

Raleigh

Orrum

Henderson

Greenville

Everetts

Rocky Point

Winston-Solem

Medellin, Colombia

High Point

Darlington

Raleigh

Dunn

Burlington

380

FRESHMEN

Johnson, Edward Earl

Dunn

Johnson, Jock Roy

Turkey

Johnson, Richard Morris

Grohom

Johnston, William Henry

Raleigh

Jones, Charles Edward

Lenoir

Jones, George Clarke

Charlotte

Jones, James Lloyd

Kenly

Jones, Jerry Lee

North Wilkesboro

Jomes, Stephen Paul

High Point

Jones, Walter Bascomb, Jr.

Raleigh

Jones, Walter Hunter, Jr.

Zebulon

Jordan, Jack Pritchett

Mt. Gilead

Jordan, Kenneth Lee

Mt. Holly

Jordan, Steven Boyd

Charlotte

Jorgensen, David Barrett

Durha^i

Joyner, Henry Lee, Jr.

Hobbsville

Judkins, Malcolm Robert

North Augusta, S. C.

Justice, Frank Kimsey

Asheville

Kale, Charles Lester

Mt. Holly

Kaleel, George Allen, Jr.

Clinton

Konoy, Gary Allen

Thomasville

Keel, Ralph Mayo, Jr.

Grotoro, Connecticut

Keel, William Harrington, II

Raleigh

Keith, Thomas Joseph

Lumberton

Kelly, Arthur King

Kinston

Kelly, James Jerrold

Charlotte

Kennedy, Eugene Welborn

Hillsboro

Kent, Richard Edward

Lynbrook

Kerridge, David T.

Riecelsville, Pennsylvania

Kesler, Danny Murphy

Salisbury

Kilby, Bobby Cecil

Miller Creek

King, Carlisle Richard, Jr.

Knightdole

Kirby, Dorrell David

Lenoir

Kirkmon, Roymon Lee, Jr.

Winston-Salem

Kirkpatrick, Larry Eugene

Mebane

Kiser, Clyde Loyd, Jr.

Asheboro

Kittrell, George Parker, Jr.

Coropeoke

Klatt, Fred Walter

Cary

Klipfel, Thomas Raymond

Asheboro

Klutti, William Glenn

Salisbury

Knight, Thomas David

Stokesdole

Knott, Gerald Hubert

Raleigh

Knowlton, James Augustus Freeman, III Raleigh

Kohut, David John

Carnegie, Pennsylvania

Koonce, Eugene Corlyle, Jr.

New Bern

Koonts, Webster Boyne

Lexington

Koonti, Robert Franklin, Jr.

Lexington

Koppel, Ants

Greensboro

Krecicki, Gerald Joseph

Trenton

Kreps, Jeffry Allen

Charleston, W. Virginia

Kunkle, James Marshall

Charlotte

Kurdys, William Reavis

Charlotte

Kuuskraa, Velio Alexander

Cherryville

Lail, Thomas Harril

Connelly Springs

Lambeth, Henry Albert

Marion

Lamm, Charles Howard

Elm City

Lancaster, Joseph Michael

Raleigh

Lane, James Douglos

Dover

Lane, Stephen

Mt. Gilead

Langley, Brian Colburn

Smithfield

Lanier, Edward Rayburn

Worsaw

Lassiter, William James, Jr.

Fayetteville

Lattimore, Charles Douglas

Rutherfordton

Laughinghouse, Alvis Uriah, Jr.

Kinston

Leory, Jesse Herbert

Hollywood, Florida

Lee, Jesse Baxter

Laurinburg

Leggett, James Perry, Jr.

Fairmont

Lehrer, Peter Moe

Long Beach, N. Y.

Leigh, Hinton

Hamlet

Lemons, Linda Carolyn

Badin

Leon, Frederic Roland

Rocky Mount

Leonord, Robert Dole

Lexington

Leonard, Robert Wayne

Winston-Salem

Leslie, Phillip Bennett

Dunn

Lesslie, Peter Ashby

Mt. Holly

Lewis, James Thomas

Cory

Lewis, Joseph Isaac

Middlesex

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Lewis, Thomos Strond
Lineback, Giles Stokes
Lineberry, Logan Weaver, III
Little, John Chester
Little, Ned Bower
Lloyd, Clarence Robert

Logue, Gaynell Paul
Lohr, Oovid Lindsey
Long, Robert Edward
Long, Ronald Herman
Long, William Jo?
Lothian, George Gene
Love, Edgar Robert, Jr.

Love, Ira Wayne
Lovelace, Samuel Darden
Lowdermilk, Clarence Vernell
Lucos, William Ashley
Lustig, Frank Eugene
Lynch, James Maurice
Lynch, Mark George

Lynch, Robert Edward, Jr.
McAbee, Barbara Ann
McAdoo, Garland Henry
McAdoo, Halsteod Wheeler
McArthur, Daniel Lawrence, Jr.
McBride, Larry Slate
McColl, Floyd Enlow

McCarter, Reid Alexander
McClenny, William Arthur
McCcmmons, Richard Eugene
McConnell, Alfred Earl
McConnell, Peggy Harper
McConnell, Thomas Harper
McCorkIc, John Locke

McCormick, James Mack
McCoy, Scottie Woodrow
McCrocken, Jerry Franklin
McCrary, James Edward
McCuiston, Johnny Crawford
McCurdy, David Kenneth
McCurry, James Rodney

McDonald, Allen Woodford
McElroy, James Edward
McFarland, Clifton Benedict, Jr.
McGee, Hubert Wendell
McGee, John Eustace
McGee, Mervin Marion, Jr.
McGuinn, John Anthony

Mcintosh, John Dovid
Mcintosh, Robert Bryan
Mclver, Chandler Hill
McKay, Wilbur Franklin
McKinney, James Donald
McLcod, Marshall Watson
McLeod, Michael Stanley

McNish, Thomas Mitchell
McPherson, Robert Ronald
Mobe, Jimmy Wayne
Moher, William Francis
Maheras, Horry Gus
Maiden, Donald Lowrence
Moinster, Martin Aron

Union Mills

Fairmont

Garner

Randlemon

Winterville

Jefferson

Durham

Charlotte

Lincolnton

Elizabeth City

Gostonio

Ash

Raleigh

Greensboro

Kannapolis

Wilson

Greensboro

Fayetteville

Clemmons

Sanford

Raleigh

La Grange

Wilmington

Greensboro

Greensboro

Red Springs

Salisbury

Penrose

Gastonia

Lucama

Raleigh

Raleigh

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvanio

High Point

Charlotte

Sanford

Cove City

Boone

Roanoke Rapids

Burlington

Flourtown, Pennsylvania

Candler

Concord

Morehead City

Cherry Point

Kernersville

Waxhow

Claremont

Tryon

Wilson

Southern Pines

Raleigh

Marston

Jonesville

Mt. Pleasant

High Point

Franklin

Durham

Kernersville

Goldsboro

Gastonia

Greensboro

Miami Beach, Florida

Molone, Philip Morris

Molski, Edmund Horgan St.

Mongum, Conley Newton

Mann, James Lindsay

Mann, Ronald Barry

Manning, Henry Lee, Jr.

Marcum, John Mills

AAorkhom, Murdock H.
Marsh, Elisho Stroud
Marshall, Wayne Wilson
Morshburn, James Phillip
Martin, Guy Roosevelt, Jr.
Martin, Johnny Stephen
Martin, Robert Lee, Jr.

Statesville

Petersburg, Florida

Rougemont

Sanford

High Point

Middlesex

Southern Pines

Raleigh

Wadesboro

Raleigh

Rocky Mount

Hildebron

Lenoir

Raleigh

382

FRESHMEN

Martin, William Ray
Mason, John Rufus
Massey, Horry Clinton, Jr.
Matlock, Ronald Jefferson
Mayer, Michael Dainis
Maynard, Atlas Alon, III
Mayton, Robert Leslie, Jr.

Meakin, Charles Frederick
Mehlich, Leonhord Adolf
Milton, Robert Barry
Mercer, Walter Kenith
Messick, Robert Eugene
Michie, William Franklin, Jr.
Mickle, Clyde Burross, Jr.

Middleton, John Woyne
Miller, Calvin May
Miller, Gene Spencer
Miller, Henry Lloyd
Miller, Philip Roiford
Miller, Thomas Benbow
Milligan, George Erwin

Mills, Robert Norris
Mitchell, Don Newton
Mitcheile, Earl, Jr.
Mitchem, John Vernon
Mixon, Benjamin Horrell
Moore, Eugene Arnold
Moore, George Felix

Moore, Gerald Nathan
Moore, Johnny Emmett
Moore, Richard Kinney
Moore, Robert Hayes, Jr.
Moore, Roger Crawford, Jr.
Moreti, Ralph Dole, Jr.
Morgan, Bill Joseph

Morgan, Eorl Misenheimer, III
Morgan, Karen llo
Morgan, Richard Miller
Morgan, Robert George
Morrison, James Davidson
Morrison, Phillip Hunter
Morrow, James Kirven

Morrow, Samuel Ray
Morton, Donald Rives
Morton, Harmon Lindsay
Moser, William Roy, Jr.
Mosley, Jerry Woyne
Moss, Alfred Wesley
Moyle, LaMont Edword

Mozingo, Kenneth Dovid
Mozingo, Roy Walton
Munden, Fentress Horner
Murchison, William Harold, Jr.
Murphy, Dred Morris
Murphy, Roger Woyne
Murray, Judson Todd

Myers, Jesse Willard
Myers, Kenneth Randall
Nance, Daniel Allan
Neel, Richard Owen
Neighbors, Dalmo Keith
Nelson, Lewis Henry, III
Nelson, Melvin, Jr.

Nemmers, Raymond Francis
Newcomb, Kenneth Edward
Nicholson, Cheyney Anglin
Nicholson, William Oscar
Nielsen, Clare Westley
Niles, Lowson Ray
Nobles, Lorry

Noell, Godwin Leroy
Nordmon, Theodore Paul
Norville, James Douglas, Jr.
Norwood, Grover Corroll
Null, Thomas Allen
Nuttoll, Robert Alexander
Oakley, Thomas Blair

Lenoir

Newport

Roleigh

Louisville, Kentucky

Chorlotte

Horrells

Raleigh

Virginio Beach, Virginia

Raleigh

Lenoir

Kinston

Shelby

Roleigh

Salisbury

Winston-Salem
Salisbury
Salisbury
Salisbury
Concord
Salisbury
Charlotte

Aurora

Durham

Danville, Virginio

Bessemer City

Henderson

Barber

Lourinburg

Fayetteville

Clinton

New York

Durham

Littleton

Deep Gap

Jacksonville

Bodin

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Asheville

Roxboro

Asheville

Lenoir

Washington

Statesville

Greensboro

Charlotte

Greensboro

Rockv Mount

Charlotte

Stewartsville, N. J.

Burgow

Kenly

Elizobeth City

Goldston

Stontonsburg

Summerfield

Tenafly, N. J.

McLeansville

Baltimore, Maryland

Greensboro

Mooresville

Benson

San Froncisco, California

Sanford

Raleigh

Charlotte

Raleigh

Sylvo

Humboldt

Smithfield

Chodbourn

Oxford

Charlotte

Rocky Mount

Block Mountain

Salisbury

Cordova

Knightdale

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Ogburn, Thomas Benjamin

Roanoke Rapids

Olsen, James Horry

Winston-Salem

Owens, J. Glenn

Morgonton

Owings, Charles Wells, Jr.

Greensboro

Overcosh, Oscar Lee

China Grove

Overby, Woymoth Mebane

Raleigh

Overmon, Bruce Howlond, Jr.

Greensboro

Overton, William Thompson

Oxford

Ozgur, Necoti

Nazilli, Turkey

Pace, James Thaddeus

Hendersonville

Poge, Donald Reed

Chattanoogo, Tennessee

Page, Edwin Perry

Morrisville

Page, Gory O'Neill

Winston-Solem

Padgett, Hugh Anthony

Forest City

Pakulo, Hollet Mothew

Raleigh

Porkom, Thomos Irvin

High Point

Pork, Donold Michael

Elizobeth City

Porker, James Ellis

Wilmington

Parker, John Wesley

Pink Hill

Parker, Raymond Wilson, Jr.

Rocky Mount

Porker, SomucI Max

Mt. Ulla

Porkhurst, Robert Edwin

Conover

Porks, Leston Curtis, Jr.

Salisbury

Porlier, John Felix, Jr.

Lenoir

Porrish, Billy Thomas

Clayton

Portin, Mourice Wilson, Jr.

Jacksonville

Pate, Charles Lynn

Goldsboro

Pate, Thomas Rankin

Raleigh

Poterson, Wolloce Holl

Matthews

Patrick, Dovid Malcolm

Greensboro

Patten, Donald William

Greenwich, N. Y.

Poul, John Dovid

Belhoven

Peacock, John Forrest

Weavervillc

Peocock, Joseph Thomos, Jr.

t-remont

Peorson, Kenneth Covington

Goldsboro

Peed, Wolloce Lunsford

Creedmoor

Peek, Robert Lawrence

Raleigh

Peeler, Donald Hoover

Lincolnton

Pegrom, James Dorrell

Burlington

Perkins, Jerry Cecil

Sanford

Perkins, Lewis Henry, Jr.

Gatesville

Perkinson, Richard Thomas

Roanoke Rapids

Perry, Clifford Broswell

Chapel Hill

Perry, William Howord

Foyetteville

Perrymon, Koye Frances

Lexington

Peterson, Reid Willis

Burnsville

Phoup, John Jordan

Asheville

Phelps, John Yancey

Raleigh

Phelps, Kenneth Joyner

Rocky Mount

Phelps, Lewis Marshall, Jr.

Wilson

Phillips, Lorry Steve

Hickory

Phillips, Raymond Douglas

Pine Level

Phillips, Terry Nelson

Winston-Solem

Phillips, William Henry, III

Polotko, Flo.

Pickard, Faison Wellington

Charlotte

Pickett, Roy Terry

Durham

Pierce, Harold Ray

Charlotte

Pindell, Robert George

Charlotte

Pique, Rodolfo Enrique

Monanoo, Cubo

Pittmon, Chorles Grady

Rocky Mount

Pitts, George Schley

Newton

Pleosonts, John Lee

Cary

Plonk, David Torrence

Kings Mountain

Porros, Rodrigo Antonio, II

Panama, Panama

Posey, Elbert H., Jr.

New York, N. Y.

Poteet, Leon Joy

Morgonton

Powell, Richard Monroe

Lourinburg

Powell, Samuel Knight

Charlotte

Proger, Jeffrey Mortin

Cedarhurst, N. Y.

Price, Jon Boll

Dudley

Price, Williom John, Jr.

Greensboro

Proctor, Jomes Allen

Vole

Pruett, Jeffrey Lynn

Cheltenoom, Pa.

Puckett, Alvin Ronald

Huntersville

Puckett, Jerry Thomos

Oxford

Pulley, Robert Edmond

Zebulon

Purser, Jerry Franklin

Andrews

384

FRESHMEN

Pufnam, Jomes Russell

Cobleskill, N. Y.

Quesinberry, Garnett Despord, Jr.

Floyd, Vo.

Quick, Gerald Thomas

Sonford

Quincy, Robert Horton

Rocky Mount

Robb, William Moore, Jr.

Lenoir

Rader, Louis Albert

Waynesboro, Va.

Rogan, Jock Merritt, Jr.

New Bern

Rogan, James Edward

Oriental

Raines, George Moxie

Wilson

Rapar, Charles Dovid, Jr.

Whiteville

Roper, Richard Morris

Thomasville

Reodling, Charles Warren

Foyetteville

Reed, Charles William

Winston-Solem

Reich, Bonner Jon

Winston-Salem

Reid, Willis Alton, Jr.

Raleigh

Renner, Robert John

Eoston, Pa.

Rettinger, Lawrence John, Jr.

Winston-Solem

Reynolds, Dovid Ralph

Patrick Springs, Vo.

Reynolds, Ronald Jock

Candor

Rhodes, James Thomas

Asheville

Rhodes, Sam Buck, III

Leoksville

Ribeiin, Franklin Roosevelt

Salisbury

Richardson, Gary Douglas

Siler City

Richardson, William Clayton

Franklin

Richie, Robert Alfred

Marion

Rix, Kenneth Paul

Asheville

Roberson, Howard Bennett

Reidsville

Roberts, James Crockett

Wilson

Roberts, Stoncil Beoman

Creedmoor

Roberts, Woyne Binford

Hillsboro

Robertson, Gerold Wayne

Williomston

Robinson, Clayton Harrison

Clinton

Robinson, Glenn Albert, Jr.

Charlotte

Rogers, Marvin Michael

Clyde

Rondeau, Robert Orience

Warren, R. 1.

Ross, Billy Linwood, Jr.

Durham

Ross, Chorles, II

Greenville

Rouse, Robert Gene

Magnolia

Rozier, Charles Roy

Lumberton

Reece, George Albert

Cromerton

Rudder, John Daniel

Burlington

Rumley, Henry Blount, Jr.

Washington

Runkle, Chorles Jomes

Winterville

Russell, Horold Roy

Ca-vel

Russell, Kirby Roy

Konnopolis

Russell, Nicholas Edwin

Columbus

Rust, Corl William

Charlotte

Sogmuller, Joseph Richard

Roleigh

Solvoggio, Johnny Mock

Voldese

Sams, Cloy Edword

Dillord, Go.

Sanders, Fletcher Kenute

Middlesex

Sopp, Ernest Lee

Winston-Solem

Saunders, James Louis, Jr.

Halifax

Sawyer, Carl Thomas

New Bern

Sawyer, Thomos Cecil

Belcross

Scesny, Anthony Joseph

Bellport, N. Y.

Schafer, Frederic Herman

Mt. Airy

Schick, Pedro Alejandro

Caracas, Venezuela

Schneider, Donald Allen

Elizobeth City

Scott, George Richard, Jr.

Charlotte

Scott, Shirley Dean

New Bern

Seogle, Joe Ben

Morganton

Sears, Billy Leonard

Apex

Segors, Robert Judson

Raleigh

Self, Robert Houser

Durham

Shochtmon, Richard Hyman

Foirborn, Ohio

Sharpe, Tommy Goode

Stotesville

Shaver, Dorryl Lone

Charlotte

Shaw, Barry Allen

Burlington

Shaw, John Quincy, Jr.

Durham

Shaw, Martin Cooper

Roanoke Rapids

Shelton, Henry Hugh

Hobgood

Shelton, Paul Wilson, Jr.

Pilot Mountain

Shepherd, Donald Leo

Mebone

Shepherd, Jomes Edward

Whitsett

Sherman, Stephen Warner

Jacksonville

Shinn, Robert Weothersbee

Raleigh

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Shore, Henry Bascom

East Bend

Short, Robert Carlton

Norlino

Sides, David Larry

Konnapolis

Sigmon, Oarrell Wilburn

Lakeland, Flo.

Simpson, Williom Preston, Jr.

Raleigh

Simril, Robert Thomas

Derito

Sink, James Andrew

Thomasville

Simock, Pomeroy, III

New Castle, Ind.

Skinner, Egon Greer

Winston-Salem

Slock, William Herbert, Jr.

Wilmington

Small, Charles Heber, Jr.

Edenton

Smollwood, William Boyce

Cory

Smires, Mohamed Ben Mohamed

Cosablonca, Morocco

Smith, Alford Lee

Bowden

Smith, Alton Glenn, Jr.

Goldsboro

Smith, Boyd Adam

Bryson City

Smith, David Michael

Concord

Smith, Daniel White, Jr.

Wogrom

Smith, Duone Richard

Elmira, N. Y.

Smith, Frank Stacy

Asheville

Smith, Gerald Lumis

Lumberton

Smith, George Edward

Clayton

Smith, James Edward

Asheville

Smith, Jerry Wayne

Brown Summitt

Smith, John Andrew

Stoneville

Smith, Joseph Ronald

Greensboro

Smith, Lloyd Noel

Mooresville

Smith, Lytle Lionel

Beaufort

Smith, Owen Fronklin

Raleigh

Smith, Polly Ann

Jacksonville

Smith, Robert Howord, Jr.

Kinston

Smith, Thomas Roy

Dunn

Smith, William Barry

Kings Mountain

Smith, William Sidney

Rocky Mount

Smyth, William Henry

Denton

Snider, Edgar Howard, Jr.

High Point

Snider, Jerry Emanuel

Lexington

Soles, John Marvin

Whiteville

Soo, John Hsin Tseng

China

Sparks, Berel Ray

Gostonio

Spears, Danny Edwin

Toboccoville

Speight, Wolter Kinsey

Hookerton

Spence, William McKay

Concord

Spencer, Edwin Volencourt

Wallingford, Po.

Spencer, Virgil Stewart

Charlotte

Spivey, Douglas Wayne

Tabor City

Sprinkle, James Camp

High Point

Stadler, David Eugene

Burlington

Stainbock, Joseph Wilton

Henderson

Stoley, Charles Michoel

Franklin, Ohio

Stallings, Charles Henry

Sumter, S. C.

Stomm, Alfred John

Raleigh

Stoncil, William Alfred

Rocky Mount

Stanley, Charles Paul, Jr.

Williomston

Stanley, John William

Winston-Salem

Stanley, Thomas Earl

Hoyesville

Stansel, Benjamin Carrol

Lumberton

Stornes, Lowson Wright

Worthington, Ohio

Staton, Raymond Clifford, Jr.

Hendersonville

St. Clair, William Lauriston

Charlottesville, Vo.

Steagall, David Julian

Charlotte

Steele, Bozil Edward

Forest City

Steele, James Findlay

Alexandria, Va.

Steele, John Homilton

Lenoir

Steelmon, Harold Melvin, Jr.

Kinston

Steelmon, Harvey Leroy

Concord

Steinberg, David Ronald

Raleigh

Stephenson, Michael Judson

High Point

Stepp, Michael Reid

Canton

Steven, John Gehret

Mt. Holly, N. J.

Stevens, Thomas Hamilton

Lenoir

Stewart, Brendo Maurice

Durham

Stillwell, Lorry Morgan

Hickory

Stirewalt, John Robert

China Grove

Story, Paul Jackson

Marion

Stratton, George Frederick, Jr.

Charlotte

Strickland, Daniel Zochary, Jr.

Erwin

386

FRESHMEN

Strickland, James Odell, Jr.

Selma

Stroud, Richard Sidney

Ayden

Sutton, George Carlton

Hertford

Sutton, James William

Raleigh

Sutton, Morvin Burdette, Jr.

Charlotte

Swoin, David Wood

Raleigh

Swonn, James Thomas

Moreheod City

Swing, Williom Denny

Kannapolis

Tonkord, John Rodgers, III

Arlington, Vo.

Taylor, Carl Edwin, Jr.

Wilmington

Taylor, Henry Cloy, III

Louisburg

Taylor, James Braxton

Wadesboro

Toylor, John Preston

Fayetteville

Taylor, Richard Douglas

Lenoir

Taylor, William Clayton

Tarboro

Taylor, William Elton

Charlotte

Taylor, Woodrow Manning

Deep Run

Teachey, James Clifton

Rose Hill

Teal, Norwood Donald

Wadesboro

Temple, Herman Lee

Norfolk, Va.

Tetterton, Dorrell Grimes

South Boston, Va.

Tew, Milton Raye

Tarboro

Thomas, Graham Julius

Winston-Salem

Thomas, John Charles

Thomasville

Thomas, Joseph Eugene

Ernul

Thomas, Phil Ray

Bakersville

Thomason, Thomas Wotson, Jr.

Salisbury

Thomosson, Samuel Joseph, III

Fayetteville

Thompson, Chorles Benjamin, Jr.

New Bern

Thompson, Charles Monroe

Black Mountain

Thompson, Leonard Weston

Goldsboro

Thompson, Max Forest, Jr.

Aurora

Thompson, Robert Buie

Raleigh

Thorns, Kenneth Richard

Peorl River, N. Y.

Thore, David Lester

Martinsville, Vo.

Thorn, William Alexander, III

Morristown, Tenn.

Thornburg, Tom Grier, Jr.

Concord

Thome, Thomas Stonley

Selma

Tickel, William Howard

Roanoke Rapids

Till, Robert Buist

Asheville

Tiller, Thomas Alton

Luling, Tex.

Todd, John Curtis

Wendell

Todd, Morvin Caulis, Jr.

Ahoskie

Tollison, James Broner, Jr.

Asheboro

Tomkins, Charles Richard

Gallatin, Tenn.

Toms, Frederic Earl

Forest City

Torrence, Charles Barry

Salisbury

Torrence, Daniel Alexander

Greensboro

Townsend, Jerry Lynn

Elizabethtown

Trexler, Charles Dechont

Highland Park, III.

Tucker, Ellis Boney

Magnolia

Tucker, Frank Charles

Shelby

Tucker, Paul Arthur, Jr.

Locust

Tucker, Ralph Dwight

Hickory

Tulloss, John William, Jr.

Rocky Mount

Tuttle, Edward Hill

Lenoir

Twiddy, Paul Washburn

Edenton

Tyndall, Willie Michael

Erwin

Tyson, James Edward, Jr.

Raleigh

Underwood, Maurice Edward, Jr.

Wilmington

Underwood, Voden Brooks

Rondleman

Upchurch, Jomes Larry

Raleigh

Upchurch, Joseph Burtis

Greenville

Upchurch, Robert Howard

Raleigh

Uptegrove, Raymond Russell

Georgetown, S. C.

VonNostrand, Arthur Faron

Briston, Tenn.

Vaughn, Joseph Bonaparte, II

Winston-Salem

Vaughn, Michael Wilson

Winston-Salem

Velardo, Stephen Joseph

Duxbury, Mass.

Vestol, William Franklin

Franklinville

Viverette, Cecil Exum, Jr.

Lenoir

Wade, William Henry, Jr.

Winston-Salem

Wagner, Thomas Howard

Black Mountain

Woggner, James Wilson, III

Reidsville

Walker, Barbara Dale

Atkinson

Walker, Kyle Robert

Stuart, Va.

Walker, Raymon Lowe, Jr.

High Point

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Wolker, Ronold Lee
Walker, William Clyde, Jr.
Wall, Edword Calvin
Waller, Boyd Malcolm
Ward, Allen Edens, Jr.
Ward, Gus Groham, III
Ward, James Earl

Ward, Leon Jackson
Ward, Thomas Carl
Ward, William Charles, Jr.
Warner, Raymond Douglos
Warner, Robert Vance
Warren, Elwood Gordon, Jr.
Warren, James Marshall

Warren, James Thomas
Warren^ John Gory
Watson, William Robert
Watts, Max Donald
Watts, Plato Hilton, Jr.
Watts, Thomas Powell, Jr.
Weaver, Charles Henry

Weaver, Larry Truman
Weavil, Billy Ray
Webb, William Leon, Jr.
Weeks, Willis Bryant
Weisner, Johnny Bowman
Webster, Kenneth Irvin
Weiss, Dovid Soul

Wellmon, John Wilson
Welions, George Sidney
Wells, Charles Earl, Jr.
West, Willis Ashley
Wheeler, Roy Bain
White, Barry Baxter
White, John Kenneth

White, Kenneth Sidney
White, William Hale, Jr.
Whiteheod, Herman Deal, Jr.
Whitehouse, Richard Allen
Whitfield, George Carroll
Whitlow, D. Wayne
Whitman, Emil John, Jr.

Whitt, Ellis Eldword
Wicker, Richard Kelly, Jr.
Widen, Carl Eric
Wigg, Helen Jackson
Wiggins, John Robert
Wilkerson, Joe Emerson
Wilkinson, David Herbert

Willett, Michael Otto
Williams, Emmett Roger
Williams, Frank M.
Williams, George Benton
Williams, Harold Jockson
Williams, James Ewell
Williams, James Vornado, Jr.

Williams, Myron Randolph
Williams, Raymond Williams, Jr.
Williams, Rodger Derby
Williams, Warren Ailing
Williamson, Morgan Wayne
Wilson, George Harold
Wilson, William Walker

Wilson, Wintred Graham
Winberry, Jerry Moore
Windley, Williom Clyde, Jr.
Wingler, Bill

Winstead, Joseph Thomas
Wintzer, Charles Davis
Wise, Jerry Robert

Wiseman, Daniel Martin
Wiseman, Omar Royce
Wong, Lin Moong
Woodlief, David Glenn
Woods, Buford Roy
Wray, Douglas Wayne
Wright, Jeffery Ellis

Burlington
Durham

Rural Hall

Seatord, Delo.

Rowland

Durham

Greenville

Goldsboro

Raleigh

Chorlotte

Medford, Moss.

High Point

Hillsboro

Bottleboro

Asheville

Chocowinity

Red Springs

Morgonton

Florence, S. C.

Winston-Salem

Four Oaks

Rocky Mount

Winston-Salem

High Point

Mt. Olive

Winston-Salem

Shannon

Charlotte

Wilkerson, W. Va.

Wilson

Juliustown, N. J.

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

Canton

Forest City

Brown Summit

Greensboro

Greensboro

Torboro

Broad Brook, Conn.

Snow Hill

High Point

Babson Pork, Flo.

Trinity

Asheboro

McKeesport, Pa.

Wilmington

Cory

Roxboro

Asheville

Greensboro

Clinton

Matthews

Charlotte

Apex

Jacksonville

Mobile, Ala.

Dunbar, W. Va.

Konnapolis

Bethesdo, Md.

Raleigh

Asheboro

Raeford

Statesville

Burlington

Jocksonville

Williamston

Wilbar

Greenville

Morgonton

Salisbury

Statesville

Marion

Wake

Willow Springs

Stoneville

Brown Summit

Burlington

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Wright, Zeno Mack
Wurtzburger, Ronald Jay
Yokely, Ronald Eugene
York, George Smedes
York, Stephen Bynum
Young, Harrison Cecil
Young, Kermit Leslie, Jr.

Young, Owen Delano
Young, Whitney Livingston,
Youngblood, William Perry
Yount, Avery Louis
Yount, Roy Woyne
Younts, Joel Lindsay
Zangas, Robert John

Zeiber, Dallas Roger, Jr.
Zinn, Richard Morton
Zwicky, Henry Arnold

Grimesland

New York, N. Y.

High Point

Raleigh

Badin

Asheville

Norwood

Stokesdale

Jr. Fort Bragg

Huntersville

Newton

Conover

Lexington

Garden City, N. Y.

Reading, Pa.

Greet Neck, N. Y.

Greensboro

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DVERTISEMENTS

Congratulation to the

i960 Senior

norman s

Where Clothes Fit Better Naturally

Pepsi-Cola
Bottling Company

RALEIGH, N. C.

392

HICKORY CHAIR
COMPANY

Makers of

Chairs and Upholstered Furniture

Established 1911

HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA

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RIDGEFIELD, NEW JERSEY

"Pfister for Fine Naphthols

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SOUTHERN

PHOTO

PROCESS

ENGRAVING

COMPANY

Atlanta,

Georgia

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Woolen and Worsted
text-ile machinery

and
SUPPLIES and ACCESSORIES

CARDS - SPINNING FRAMES - FINISHING MACHINERY

PREPARATORY MACHINERY - WARP DRESSING

MACHINERY - MACHINERY MODERNIZATION

CARD CLOTHING - GARNETT WIRE

NAPPER CLOTHING

CONDENSER TAPS - RUBB APRONS

D & F "COORDINATED PRODUCTION"

The skillful integration of Davis & Furber Machinery,
Supplies and Accessories with our expert Technical Service
and Counsel and your mill production requirements and
specifications— results in a "COORDINATED PRODUCTION"
program.

Davis & Furber "Coordinated Production" — jointly planned
with the mill— means increased profits for you. Ask how
the D & F "in-your-mill" Technical Survey can solve your
specific problems. Write for your copy of the D & F
News, to help you with your long-range planning.

Davis & Furber

MACHINE COMPANY

Textile Machinery Designers
And Manufacturers

NORTH ANDOVER, MASS.
CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA

HELPING TO BUILD

THROUGH

* Agricultural Development

* Community Improvement

* Industrial Expansion

(CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY)

395

Finer Portroifs

from

The Phofogrophers of the 1960 Agromeck

WALLER STUDIO

BILLY WALLER
Phone TE 47331
126'/2 Fayetteville Street
Raleigh

396

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The

PROFILE

YOUR FAVORITE

SUBS

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PIZZAS

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MANUFACTURERS OF

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397

Galleae 9i

MOTOR LODGE AND RESTAURANT

U. S. ROUTE 64 - WESTERN BLVD.

P. O. BOX 5717

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA

"If it's Borden's it's
gof to be good!"

The Borden Co.

Borden's Ice Cream

RALEIGH, N. C.

i DAIRY FOODS

finejtate

MILK AND ICE CREAM

ir At your nearby store

MILK AND DAIRY FOODS

* By convenient home delivery

PINE STATE

RALEIGH • OXFORD • HENDERSON
DUNN • GOLDSBORO

North Carolina's Choice Since 1919

398

Compliments of

A. B. Carter, Incorporated

Operating

Mill Devices Company

Gastonia, North Carolina

Carter Traveler Company

Gastonia, North Carolina

399

Compliments of

PLAYERS
RETREAT

North Carolina
Equipment Company

INTERNATIONAL
Construction Equipment

Raleigh — Greenville — Wilmington
Greensboro— Charlotte— Asheville

400

FABRICS

THAT

MAKE

FASHION

RIEGEL TEXTILE CORPORATION

260 MADISON AVENUE . N.Y. 16, N.Y.

401

Gaston County Dyeing and Drying Machines

High Temperature
Fabric Dyeing Machine

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6 Kier Beam Dyeing Machine

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* Quolity
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Single Kier Pressure Dyeing Machine

Gaston County Dyeing Madiine Co!

WORLDS LARCeST PRODUCERS OF PRESSURE DYEING & DRYING MACHINERY "

STANLEY, N. C, U.S.A.

Gaifon Co. Dy*in9 Machine Co.

Tttrminal |ldg . 68 Hudton S)r««t
Hobohsn. N J , G Lindner. Mg*

Albert P. March J. R. An9*l

Flou'lown. Pa 1104 Morlgagr Gu«rani«

ladrlph.a ADaitii ] 2901 Ail.nia 1. Ca

A. R. Br**n The Rudcl Machinery Ca., Ltd.
80 E Jachion tlvd 614 St Jamai Siratl. W . Montreal
Chrcago. Ill 260 Flaai Si . E . Torontr

Coiigftfltufations to tlic
Cfcss 0^ I960

Sembower's Book Shop

Ferguson's Hardware

So-White Laundry

402

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CAROLINA

STATE

COLLEGE

PRINT

SHOP

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State

College

The 1960 Agromeck Produced by

N. C. State College

Print Shop

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2100 W. ALLEGHENY AVENUE • PHILADELPHIA 32, PA.

Other Offices and Plants • GrMnville, S.C. • Atlanta, Go. • Gr««niboro, N.C. • Provid.ne., R. I.

SOUTHIRM SHUTTLIS Paris Plant . . . Grt.nvill., S.C. • A Division of STEEL HEDDLE MFG. CO.

STIEL HEDDLE COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMinD

310 St. Hubert Street, Granby, Quebec, Canoda

Congratulations to the

State College Seniors

from

Hudson-Be k Co.

Eastern Carolina's Largest Store

RALEIGH, N. C.

404

Stdl Wide 6fi^

THE GATES OF OPPORTUNITY

Our American inventors and scientists, backecJ by our remarkable industrial know-how and skills, may seem to hove produced
today about everything it's possible to produce. Those with little faith In our country and Its future would hove us believe so.

But to American youth the gates of opportunity are wider open than ever before. Thousands of new and better ways of
doing things, of new products and new developments, will be created by those who properly prepare themselves.

SONOCO PRODUCTS COMPANY

Manufacturers of

TEXTILE PAPER CARRIERS

PAPER SPECIALTIES

HARTSVILLE

SOUTH CAROLINA

405

Things Will Never Be The Same Again

gone are ihe o/c/ days

gone ore the old ways

fhis is to tell you

A 1946 PREDICTION HAS COME TRUE

THE NEW STUDENTS SERVICE CENTER

L. L. Ivey and Staff

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