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PUBLISHED BY DUKE UNIVERSITY / DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA 

JUDI RUDOLF, EDITOR / JOHN FREEMAN, BUSINESS MANAGER 




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OUR introduction to Duke is an autumn one, 
whether for the first year or the fourth. First 
fall impressions are tranquil; colors are of 
a southern season, mellow reds and oranges accented 
by the glint of an afternoon sun. We walk along 
leafy paths quiet behind the chapel or on open quad- 
rangles beneath a blaze of trees. There is a mood 
of calm, a visual peace, in afternoon shadows on 
the lawn or the chapel in new perspective. As the 
year begins, momentum increases — a motorcycle 
speeds into blurring color. . . . 



Coexistent with the tranquil aspect of Duke is a 
dynamic activity of mind and senses, symbolized by 
the convocation procession, a technicolor array of 
learning. We who do not yet ovra scarlet or blue 
hoods join others who do; we may in time gain our 
own. In the meantime we gather armloads of funda- 
mental theory, for concentrated effort in night hours 
or hurried review before classes. In the midst of 
activity we stop, suspended for a moment among 
green leaves to listen to the music of a band concert. 
Notes drift through cool air as we absorb sounds 
and colors in anticipation of a new awareness to 
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Escape into a crowd can give welcome respite from 
intense brainwork. A rising bonfire calls and hypno- 
tizes; some dance, some watch, as orange flames out- 
line blackened figures in the night, and concern for 
the morning's test fades conveniently. We like being 
with a crowd; people on either side may be familiar 
or unknown, yet we feel a something intangible 
shared — a desire of victory — the comfort of another 
voice — eyes reflecting the same flames. A crowd is 
only a group of people — or is it more? As sun 
brightens tops of heads in the bleachers we grasp 
blue and white pennants — and afterwards leave be- 
hind prosaic reminders that we were here. 



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We learn the terms: West is Gothic, East is Geor- 
gian. Perhaps it is the consistency in architectural 
style which lends each campus an air of unity and 
a distinctiveness of its own. Yet in our walks, our 
insistence on traveling the shortest distance between 
two points and wearing paths across the quad, the 
architecture around us becomes a familiarity un- 
noticed. Now and then a new viewpoint can again 
waken us to the sharp outlines of a Gothic tower, 
the tranquillity of an East Campus facade. 







$102,876,000: an addition to the Main Library, 
more than doubling its present capacity; a Chemistry 
Building, Arts Center, a phytotron, an Emperor Tan- 
dem Accelerator, renovation of classrooms; a Wom- 
an's College dormitory, and Student Center, two 
men's dormitories; a College of Engineering Build- 
ing, Medical Center teaching unit, and new hospital; 
expansion of the Divinity School and Marine Labora- 
tory; roads, parking lots, heating plants, renovations, 
more buildings. "Our objective is to help Duke Uni- 
versity serve the South and the nation, as well as any 
university can, in every field which concerns us." 
(Dr. Knight). 





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This is the Fifth Decade Program. Statistics and 
figures are overwhelming; "artists' conceptions" 
seem unreal and strange. It is unlikely that many of 
us will be here at the end of the fifth decade to view 
the final results and witness the inevitable inception 
of the Sixth Decade. Yet as we are here now, we 
are witnesses of growth in visible process; sounds 
of machinery and electric tools disturb an afternoon 
calm; the pit behind the library, the rising structure 
of pre-fab Gothic behind Wannamaker, the purchase 
of land along Myrtle (Campus) Drive remind us that 
Duke is not stagnant, but is responding to the needs 
of the community, the South, the nation. 



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East is east, west is west, and in a co-ordinate col- 
lege system we sometimes doubt the meeting of true 
minds or anything else. But with mixed classes and 
extra-curricular activities, we find association with 
the opposite sex daily, and we enter upon friendships 
and intellectual relations as well as romances. As 
a controversial visitor to the campus remarked, it 
is not infrequent that someone manages to broach 
the 1.1 mile bundling board known as Myrtle Drive; 
we make out all right. 





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Yes, there is a social life at Duke, as we discover. 
Within the organized framework of "Weekends" and 
cabin parties there is room for fun, humor, creativity, 
relaxation. We compose skits, perform in spotlights, 
build elaborate Homecoming displays — and carry 
our own choice of sustenance to sunny outdoor con- 
certs. 




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A picnic lunch, party packs, fried chicken . . . 
we discard worries and shoes to enjoy ourselves, a 
moment, or the company of others. When weekends 
are over, the chicken wire and crepe paper creations 
gone, we return to the week-day pursuits — with an 
afternoon off now and then for carefree excursions, 
an open-air ride, cool sunglasses, dates, refreshment. 






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Duke athletic events draw crowds whose enthusi- 
asm merits national publicity; and the athletically 
inclined can find joy in victory or intense effort in 
the attempt, in both major and minor sports — or even 
in a P.E. class. 



Bus stop flyers may be a genre of advertising 
unique to Duke — but they succeed in disseminating 
information of campus activities, and we respond, 
braving Duke's solution to the mobility problem to 
take a bus. On good days we make it to a window 
seat for a few minutes of distracted thought and 
unconcerned gazing. 




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Daily existence somehow seems to revolve around 
the dope shop, post office, and union, where we can 
fill various needs and communicate with the outside 
world. Shall we stop for Bazooka, buy a lamp or 
a mechanical coke? If these alternatives are rejected, 
and the post office box is painfully vacant no matter 
how scrutinizingly we peer, we can still turn to a 
little mischief under the watchful eye of the campus 
guardians and ignore a trash can — -or paint the bridge 
with an all-purpose sign where the apostrophe makes 
the difference. 




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Classes and labs may lose importance in our per- 
spective now and then as we fall into the habit of 
considering them daily, repetitive tasks; but in clear 
moments we realize they are the real center of our 
education. Chemicals drip into an enamel receptacle 
as sure hands guide the measured flow. And in the 
lecture hall minds receive another flow- — of knowl- 
edge — hands, glasses, pens to the mouth somehow 
facilitating our concentration. Bent head, crooked 
elbow, crossed knee signify some mechanism of 
thought in high gear, leading to a discovery in 
anatomical exploration or a sudden clarity of under- 
standing in French class. 



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Sometimes we retreat for shelter to buildings, arch- 
ways, umbrellas; but at other times, feeling dramati- 
cally romantic, we venture into night, rain, snow, 
moonlight. We wait for snow, tray-sliding, frozen 
fountains, snow quad-ball — for night, darkness, 
moons, walks — for rain, puddles, reflections. Yet, 
for extended lengths of time we cannot match the 
stoicism of Washington Duke; cursing flooded side- 
walks or slushy roads, we await a change. . . . 




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Seasons arrive at Duke as they do elsewhere; we 
succumb to the spring air, sunlight, and shadows, 
and with effort refrain from picking flowers. Some 
yield to the call of the frisbee and nurture a tan at 
the same time — the less industrious search out a 
sunny, grassy spot beyond the chains to let young 
fancies wander. Again we are aware of color, as 
light falls on red, pink, yellow, and shadows accent 
a bright sweater, a mottled tree trunk. The seasonal 
fever takes us to the Eno and more faraway places 
for vacation. Identifying ourselves with Thoreau and 
feeling very much reborn, we awake and reorganize, 
emerging from behind doors into a full daylight. 





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We try for the "overall view," the fullness of per- 
spective which we hope can be gained here and culti- 
vated long after we leave. But we do not belittle the 
value of minutes, inches, drops — small parts and 
isolated episodes of our lives. There is a function 
of trivia, if it is only to attract and focus our atten- 
tion in new places. We discover a gargoyle in a 
hidden corner of the Gothic complex (frustrated 
Learning in a fetal position?) or catch a glimpse 
of a face through windows. We are fascinated by 
irreverences, and discover in ourselves an iconoclastic 
tendency; perhaps we enjoy questioning our own 
importance. 






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As Duke expands physically, our interests expand 
beyond the university itself, for we are not uncon- 
cerned members of a strictly isolated community. 
There has always been talk of "contributing," but 
now we face the action, the real movement beyond 
the Duke walls. We donate blood, tutor an Edgmont 
child, serve on work projects in Durham, or observe 
a fantastic night rally, keeping cameras well-hidden. 
On the campus there is growing concern for em- 
ployees' working conditions — we try to see beyond 
our own spheres, finding an aspect of education that 
is outside of the classroom. 





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This June day means to some of us a significant 
piece of paper; it may mean more to others, but 
that significance and that meaning defy definition. 
We generalize, with something behind us and some- 
thing before us — we can now speak complacently 
of our "undergraduate days," but not too com- 
placently; we can look ahead beyond the appoint- 
ments office confidently, but not too confidently. 
Despite our desire to go out in a burst of glory, 
nostalgia, and hope, we feel somehow that Duke has 
not been simply a means to this end. Perhaps there 
must be a distance of time and space between us 
and this day before we can define with precision its 
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ADMINISTRATION 




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DOUGLAS MAITLAND KNIGHT, PRESIDENT 



. . . This is the central dynamism of the university 
at its best: we pursue our separate ways as we must, 
but in clear and constant recognition of our depen- 
dence on one another. . . . The differences, the apart- 
ness, and yet the mutual need show themselves best 
in the relationship of individuals, of people who are 
mature enough, sophisticated enough to know that 
we grow, we discover ourselves, and we fulfill our 
own powers, our own talents through our encounter 
with those who tell us what we are by teaching us 
to respect and even to understand the ideas we can- 
not accept and the people we cannot be. This is the 
community of the university. . . . 

Dr. Knight outlined the following four-part pro- 
gram: 1) the campaign itself which will help realize 
goals already set, 2) a plan and concept of the physi- 
cal university conceived as a ivhole, 3) a sense of 
substantial progress toivard these goals and a general, 
appropriate level of support for the university, 4) a 
continuing study and defining of educational pur- 
poses. 

... At the very least we shall be creating a co- 
herent pattern and we shall be able to keep the 
integrity and the distinction of both ends of the cam- 
pus. . . . Our emphasis is on the whole univeristy. . . . 




We develop in strength only if we have faith in 
our own past and our own present and our own des- 
tiny. We expect great distinction of ourselves as a 
university. We've talked about it so much that it's 
a little threadbare, but we honestly expect it. . . . 

We will find ourselves if we accept fully and 
gratefully the fact that our roots are precisely 
here, ... in one bright, punctual spot. We will 
accept the fact that our origin is unique and our 
opportunity, our fantastic opportunity, is the direct 
result of where we are and what we are. 

Excerpts from Convocation Address by Dr. Knight, 
September 23, 1965. 




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UNIVERSITY TRUSTEES 



Functioning as the legislative organ of the univer- 
sity administration, the thirty-six member Board of 
Trustees meets three times a year. Three strong com- 
mittees organize the Board's work: the University 
Committee, the Committee on Institutional Advance- 
ment, and the Committee on Buildings and Grounds. 
A new auxiliary fund-raising committee was created 
in 1965 as part of a campaign designed to attain 
many long-standing goals of the university. 

In addition, the Executive Committee is a more 
inclusive one, concerned with all matters relating to 
Duke; its plans are subject to the Board's approval. 
Most of the seven members are elected by the Board 
itself; ex-officio members are the Chairman of the 



Board of Trustees and several university adminis- 
trators. 

". . . And I should like to pay a particular trib- 
ute to the Board of Trustees. They have, in the past 
few years, assumed their proper place as an active 
policy-making group in many matters that deeply 
affect us. And they are taking a lead in defining 
the needs of the university and assuming the re- 
sponsibility for seeing that they are met. . . . With- 
out a truly responsible Board of Trustees, no 
university can hope to be a place of great stature." 

Excerpt from Dr. Knight's Convocation Address 
Fall, 1965 



The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees, Clockwise: Craufurd D. Goodwin, Frank O. Sherrill, George M. Ivey, St., Richard L. Predmore, 
Gerhard C. Henricksen, Barnes Woodhall, John M. Dozier, Harold W. Lewis, Everett H. Hopkins, Frank L. Ashmore, Edwin C. Bryson, Frank T. 
de Vyver, Robert T. Cole, Henry E. Rauch, Walter M. Upchurch, Jr., Marshall I. Pickens, University President Knight, Edwin L. Jones. 



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GENERAL ADMINISTRATION 




PROVOST 
Robert Taylor Cole, Ph.D. 




VICE PROVOST 
Frank Traver deVyver, Ph.D. 



VICE PROVOST 
Harold W. Lewis, Ph.D. 





VICE PROVOST 
Barnes Woodhall, M.D. 



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VICE PRESIDENT FOR BUSINESS AND FINANCE, 

TREASURER 

Gerhard Chester Henricksen, M.A., C.P.A. 




VICE PRESIDENT FOR INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT 
Frank Leon Ashmore, A.B. 




VICE PRESIDENT FOR PLANNING AND INSTITUTIONAL 

STUDIES, 

ASSISTANT PROVOST 

Everett Harold Hopkins, M.A., LL.D. 




VICE PRESIDENT FOR UNIVERSITY RELATIONS 
Charles Edward Jordan, A.B., LL.D. 



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UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR 
Richard Lovejoy Tuthill, Ed.D. 



LIBRARIAN 
Benjamin Edward Powell, Ph.D. 





UNIVERSITY COUNSEL 
Edwin Constant Bryson, LL.B. 



SECRETARY AND ASSISTANT PROVOST 
Craufurd David Goodwin, Ph.D. 





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DIRECTOR OF UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS 
William Lambreth Brinkley, Jr., M.P.S. 



DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS, WOMAN'S 

COLLEGE 

Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson Persons, A.M. 




ADMISSIONS 




DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS, TRINITY 
COLLEGE AND THE COLLEGE 

OF ENGINEERING 
Everett Broadus Weatherspoon, A.B. 



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DIRECTOR, APPOINTMENTS OFFICE 
Fannie Yarbrough Mitchell 




APPOINTMENTS 



ALUMNI AFFAIRS 

Anne Garrard, A.M., Assistant Director 

Roger L. Marshall, A.B., Director 



ALUMNI AFFAIRS 



STUDENT ACTIVITIES 

STUDENT ACTIVITIES 

William J. Griffith, A.B., Assistant to the Provost in the Area of 

Student Affairs 

Allan M. Parrent, M.A., Assistant Coordinator of Student Activities 




COUNSELING CENTER 



DIRECTOR OF THE UNIVERSITY COUNSELING CENTER 
Henry Weitz, Ed.D. 




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DEAN OF TRINITY COLLEGE 

ASSOCIATE DEAN OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 

James Ligon Price, Ph.D. 



DEAN OF UNDERGRADUATE MEN 

ASSOCIATE DEAN OF TRINITY COLLEGE 

Robert Boyd Cox, A.M. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 



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ASSOCIATE DEAN OF TRINITY COLLEGE 
Howard Austin Strobel, Ph.D. 



ASSISTANT DEAN OF TRINITY COLLEGE 
Boyd L. Daniels, Ph.D. 



ASSOCIATE DEAN OF TRINITY COLLEGE 
Charles Buchanan Johnson, Ed.D. 





DEAN OF FRESHMEN 

ASSISTANT DEAN OF TRINITY COLLEGE 

C. Hilburn Womble, Ph.D. 



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DEAN OF THE WOMAN'S COLLEGE 

ASSOCIATE DEAN OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Mary Margaret Ball, Ph.D. 



WOMAN'S COLLEGE 



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ASSOCIATE DEAN OF UNDERGRADUATE 

INSTRUCTION 

Jane Philpoti, Ph.D. 



ASSISTANT DEAN OF UNDERGRADUATE 

WOMEN 

Lillian Annfield Lee, M.S.Ed. 



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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 



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DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 
James Lathrop Meriam, Ph.D. 





ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR GRADUATE 

STUDY AND RESEARCH 

Charles Rove Vail, Ph.D. 



ASSISTANT DEAN 
Edward Kready KraybUI, M.S.E. 



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DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF LAW 
Elvin Remus Latty, J.Sc.D. 



GRADUATE AND 
PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS 





DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
William George Anlyan, M.D. 



DEAN OF THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Richard Lionel Predmore, D.M.L. 



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DEAN OF THE DIVINITY SCHOOL 
Robert Earl Cushman, B.D., Ph.D. 



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DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF NURSING 
Ann Madeline Jacobansky, R.N., M.Ed. 




DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF FORESTRY 
Elwood Scott Harrar, Ph.D. 



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FACULTY 




DEPARTMENT HEADS 




ART 
William S. Hecksher, Ph.D. 




AIR SCIENCE 
John G. Schlogl, A.M., Lt. Col. U.S.A.F, 



BOTANY 
Terry Walter Johnson, Jr., Ph.D. 



CHEMISTRY 
Charles Kilgo Bradsher, Ph.D. 



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CLASSICAL STUDIES 
Robert Samuel Rogers, Ph.D. 



ECONOMICS 
Robert Sidney Smith, Ph.D. 




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EDUCATION 
Rowland Nelson, Ph.D. 





ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
Thomas George Wilson, Ph.D. 



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CIVIL ENGINEERING 
Earl I. Brown, II, Ph.D. 




ENGLISH 
Lionel Stevenson, Ph.D. 





GERMAN 
Herman Salinger, Ph.D. 



GEOLOGY 
Edward Willard Berry, Ph.D. 




MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
Van Leslie Kenyon, Jr., M.M.E. 



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HISTORY 
Richard Lyness Watson, Jr., Ph.D. 





MUSIC 

Allan Hadley Bone, M.M. 



MATHEMATICS 
John Jay Gergen, Ph.D. 






NAVAL SCIENCE 
Sam Johnston Caldwell, B.S., Captain, U.S.N. 



PHILOSOPHY 
Paul Welsh, Ph.D. 



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PHYSICAL EDUCATION, EAST 
Betty Foster McCue, Ph.D. 




PHYSICAL EDUCATION, WEST 
John A. Friedrich, Ph.D. 




POLITICAL SCIENCE 
John Hamilton Hollowell, Ph.D. 



PSYCHOLOGY 
Irving E. Alexander, Ph.D. 



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RELIGION 

Barney L. Jones, Ph.D. 

Acting Chairman 




ZOOLOGY 
Edward Charles Horn, Ph.D. 



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HONORARIES 




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Charlotte A. Bunch 



M. Suzie Cunningham 




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Sara M. Evans 



Jeremy J. Hewes 






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Jane R. Levine 



Caryn L. McTighe 



Dee Anne Woodard 



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Jeffrey M. Brick 




William P. Might 



Michael L. Bryant 




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Frank J. Huffman 




J. Dean Heller 



RED FRIARS 



John C. Reynolds 



Byron E. Starns, Jr. 



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OLD TRINITY 





Brian E. Bovard 
John L. Campbell 
Howard C. Hay 



Richard S. Helstein 
John F. Holder 
David H. Hopkins 








Frank M. Mock 
John G. Morris, Jr. 
Thomas J. Sherrard, HI 
Samuel 0. Southern 



Douglas L. Jones 
William E. Kennedy, Jr. 
John W. Marin 



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Dorothy A. Adams 




Ann L. Bohnet 




Patricia C. Gross 




Mary Alexander Phyfer 



Martha Jane Sawyer 



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Members Elected October 27, 1965 



PHI BETA KAPPA 



Phi Beta Kappa, founded on 
December 5, 1776, at the College 
of William and Mary, is the oldest 
honorary scholastic society in the 
United States. There are now 177 
local chapters. The Duke chapter 
was chartered in 1919. Phi Beta 
Kappa's emphasis is on the liberal 
arts and sciences, and it leaves to 
other organizations the recognition 
of academic success in other fields. 
Methods of election by the Duke 
chapter have recently been revised, 
so that no more than eleven per- 
cent of the members of any given 
graduating class are eligible for 
election, plus a very limited num- 
ber of juniors. Elections are made 
in October, February, and during 
Commencement Week. At the com- 
mencement meeting a limited num- 
ber of Ph.D. candidates are also 
elected. 



Marjorie C. Anderson 
Ingrid D. Arnold 
Sarah L. Baker 
Linda K. Bemis 
William M. Blackshear, Jr. 
Barry B. Boyer 
Jeffrey M. Brick 
Nicholas Brienza 
Charlotte A. Bunch 
Joan F. Carew 
Rilla L. Carter 
Andrew Clayton 
Martha Lou Dantzler 
Leslie L. Davidson 
Paul C. Echols 
Elizabeth 0. Falk 
Barbara N. Fox 
Cynthia A. Gilliatt 
L. Thomas Gillman 
Linda B. Gregory 
Peggy Spivey Hackney 
J. Dean Heller 
Martha C. Hervey 
Scot G. Hickman 
Lester Hill 
Frank J. Huffman, Jr. 



Melissa A. Hutchins 
Dexter L. Jeffords 
Charleene L. Jordan 
Louise B. Kennedy 
Todd M. Lieber 
Rodney H. Lusk 
Holcombe T. Marshall, Jr. 
L. Arnold McCullers 
Diann M. Miller 
Sarah M. Mulder 
Katherine C. Norris 
Donald 0. Parsons 
Teresa A. Patch 
Rickard F. Pfizenmayer 
Carolyn L. Ray 
Charles H. Rogers 
Judith A. Rudolf 
Glenn N. Rupp 
Lucia E. Simpson 
Mary E. Snyder 
William R. Somers 
Nancy W. Stead 
James B. Urquhart, III 
Craig S. Volland 
Robert C. Wheland 
Robert W. Widell 
Donald F. Young 



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James P. Alexander 


Douglas L. Jones 


Alexander W. Bell 


William D. Jones 


Barbara L. Bell 


Eliza J. Kennedy 


Donald H. Bellman, Jr. 


William E. Kennedy, Jr. 


Brian E. Bovard 


Deane Kenworthy 


Jeffrey M. Brick 


Philip P. Lader 


Michael L. Bryant 


J. Karen LeCraft 


Charlotte A. Bunch 


Thomas A. Lemly 


John L. Campbell 


Jane R. Levine 


James H. Clay, Jr. 


Georgiandra Little 



M. Suzie Cunningham 
Martha Lou Dantzler 
Margaret A. Douglas 
Jeffrey D. Dunn 
Thomas R. Edgar 
Sara M. Evans 
Elizabeth 0. Falk 
Cynthia A. Gilliatt 
L. Thomas Gillman 
Phyllis K. Greenwood 
Peggy Spivey Hackney 
P. Grant Harmon, Jr. 
Howard C. Hay 
J. Dean Heller 
Richard S. Helstein, U 
Jeremy J. Hewes 
William P. Hight 
John F. Holder 
David H. Hopkins 
Frank J. Huffman, Jr. 
Judy F. Hyder 



John W. Marin 
Elizabeth E. McComb 
Caryn L. McTighe 
Sara H. Middlebrooks 
Frank M. Mock 
John G. Morris, Jr. 
Thomas A. Newby, Jr. 
Teresa A. Patch 
Rickard F. Pfizenmayer 
Mary Alexander Phyfer 
Mary E. Pickering 
Carolyn L. Ray 
S. Kathryn Reeves 
Jerilyn G. Reuter 
John C. Reynolds 
W. Gary Romp 
Judith A. Rudolf 
Martha Jane Sawyer 
Samuel 0. Southern 
Byron E. Starns 
Elizabeth R. Weatherford 



WHO'S WHO 

Who's Who in American Univer- 
sities and Colleges is an annual 
publication designed to recognize 
those college seniors across the na- 
tion who have simultaneously ex- 
celled in their academic fields and 
served their University. 

The number of persons selected 
by each University is determined 
by the publication and is based on 
a percentage of the school's enroll- 
ment. The Deans of Staff of Trin- 
ity College and the College of Engi- 
neering jointly make their selections 
based on nominations submitted by 
a committee composed of campus 
leaders. Separate selections are 
made by the Woman's College and 
the Nursing School by a similar 
procedure with more emphasis 
placed on the student committee's 
decision. 



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OMICRON 

DELTA 

KAPPA 

Omicron Delta Kappa, National 
Leadership Honor Society for Col- 
lege Men, recognizes men who have 
attained a high standard of efficiency 
in collegiate activities and brings 
together the most representative 
men in all phases of college life. 
O.D.K. also unites members of the 
faculty and student body on a basis 
of mutual interest and understand- 
ing. 

Candidates for the society are 
elected by the members in the fall 
and spring. Based on merit in 
scholarship, athletics, student gov- 
ernment, social and religious af- 
fairs, publications, and the arts, 
membership is awarded to junior 
and senior men, and occasionally 
to graduate students, faculty, and 
the administration. 




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PHI 

KAPPA 

DELTA 

Phi Kappa Delta, from its found- 
ing twenty-two years ago by the 
members of Omicron Delta Kappa, 
has sought to recognize representa- 
tives from various campus activi- 
ties who have excelled in scholar- 
ship, leadership, and service. 

The basic requirements for mem- 
bership in Phi Kappa Delta are a 
quality point ratio greater than the 
women's over-all average, a leader- 
ship position in at least one campus 
organization, and active member- 
ship in several other campus or- 
ganizations. 

This year. Phi Kappa Delta 
sponsored dinners, programs to 
familiarize the group with campus 
organizations, and discussions with 
members of the faculty and adminis- 
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SANDALS 



Sandals, an auxiliary of the 
WSGA, recognizes twenty rising 
sophomore girls during the spring 
semester. Chosen by former mem- 
bers and the House Councils of 
East Campus dorms, Sandals must 
display potential leadership, intel- 
lectual curiosity, and service to the 
university. 

Sandals help with Freshman 
Week, give tours on East and West 
Campuses, usher at the MSGA Con- 
vention and East Campus assem- 
blies, hold seasonal parties at the 
Murdock School in Butner, and 
participate in seminars with visiting 
scholars, deans, and house coun- 
selors. Through the proceeds from 
their various fund-raising projects, 
members of the honorary provide 
for the Sandals Scholarship, award- 
ed annually to an outstanding ris- 
ing sophomore. 




Linda G. Bennett 
Lucy B. Brady 
Stella J. Cole 
Sarah L. Court 
Barbara Dean 
Abigail Doggett 
Jacqueline M. French 
Mary Lee Hill 
Catherine Jones 
Susan J. Kimball 



Catherine H. Kosloski 
E. Diane Lang 
Brooke N. Mangels 
Meredith A. Nelson 
Sarah E. Patterson 
Marsha C. Peterson 
Constance L. Stubbs 
Kristi B. Uddstrom 
Vera C. Vento 
Dorte Vinten-Johansen 



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BETA 

OMEGA 

SIGMA 

Once devoted to heckling fresh- 
men. Beta Omega Sigma, after 
forty-eight years of development, 
now recognizes rising sophomore 
men who demonstrate exceptional 
leadership, scholarship, and service 
to the University. The national 
honorary attempts to arouse student 
interest in campus affairs and to 
develop individual responsibility 
and initiative. 

Beta Omega Sigma members act 
as representatives of the University 
and are prepared to serve when 
called upon by either the Adminis- 
tration or the Men's Student Govern- 
ment Association. They assist in 
the election and coronation of the 
Homecoming Queen and also serve 
as University representatives to wel- 
come returning alumni and visiting 
educators. 



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IVY 



Since its establishment twenty- 
eight years ago, Ivy has recognized 
and encouraged excellence in schol- 
arship among freshmen women. 
Girls who obtain a 3.5 average for 
the first semester or for the entire 
year are tapped for membership in 
the spring of their freshman year 
or the fall of their sophomore year. 

This fall, as in the past, Ivy 
awarded a scholarship trophy to the 
woman's dorm with the highest 
quality point ratio for the preceding 
year. Other activities included the 
annual dinner for freshman women 
obtaining 3.0 averages for the first 
semester, a series of dinners at 
which various professors spoke, and 
the donation of an appropriate gift 
to the University. 




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PHI ETA SIGMA 

Since its founding in 1924, Phi 
Eta Sigma has continued to recog- 
nize and encourage scholastic excel- 
lence by honoring those sophomore 
men who have demonstrated su- 
perior academic ability. To be 
eligible for membership, a student 
must obtain a 3.5 quality point 
ratio for the first semester of his 
freshman year or a 3.5 average for 
his entire freshman year. 

Each year, as an aid to under- 
graduate students, the honorary 
publishes a list of tutors — both stu- 
dent and professional. Also, as a 
means of promoting academic 
achievement among students. Phi 
Eta Sigma and Ivy, its East Campus 
counterpart, sponsor an annual ban- 
quet honoring freshmen who have 
earned a "B" average at mid- 
semester. 



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ORDER OF 
ST. PATRICK 

In 1945 the Order of St. Patrick 
was established on the Duke cam- 
pus as a means for recognizing 
those members of the College of 
Engineering who demonstrate defi- 
nite leadership ability. A point 
system, which considers achieve- 
ment both in the classroom and 
laboratory and in the activities pro- 
grams of the college, has always 
been the means by which members 
are selected. 

As a secret society, the Order of 
St. Patrick does not reveal a com- 
plete list of its activities. The stated 
purposes of the organization, ho\y- 
ever, are to inspire pride in the 
College of Engineering, to stimulate 
interest and participation in the 
extracurricular activities of the col- 
lege, and to improve faculty-student 
relationships within the college. 




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DISTINGUISHED 
PROFESSORS 




John Richard Alden 
History 



Joseph Willis Beard 
Surgery 



JAMES B. DUKE 
PROFESSORS 

Since a great university must 
have an active, distinguished fac- 
uhy, Duke recognizes faculty mem- 
bers of outstanding ability by 
providing suitable salaries and 
working conditions. The university 
is also concerned with strengthen- 
ing the faculty by attracting men 
who have established their reputa- 
tions at other institutions. To help 
achieve these two goals, the Duke 
Endowment finances the appoint- 
ment of James B. Duke Professors. 
Other foundations and interested 
individuals provide funds for addi- 
tional distinguished Professorships, 
named in honor of prominent lead- 
ers and benefactors of the Uni- 
versity. 



ILIEPI 




Frederick W. Berheim 
Pharmacology 



Charles Kilgo Bradsher 
Chemistry 



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James T. Cleland 
Preaching 



R. Taylor Cole 
Political Science 



Norman F. Conant 
Microbiology 





Leonard Carlitz 
Mathematics 




Clarence Gohdes 
English 



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Walter Gordy 
Phvsics 





Philip Handler 
Biochemistry 




Paul J. Kramer 
Botany 



Charles Ray Hauser 
Chemistry' 



Calvin B. Hoover 
Economics 



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John Tate banning 
History 



Charles L. B. Lowndes 
Law 



Joseph Markee 
Anatomy 



Walter M. Nielsen 
Physics 



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Ray C. Petry 
Church History 



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David T. Smith 
Bacteriology 



Knut Schmidt-Nielsen 
Physiology 




Robert Sidney Smith 
Economics 




Lionel Stevenson 
English 



Joseph J. Spengler 
Economics 



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Karl M. WUbur 
Zoology 



J. A. JONES PROFESSOR OF CIVIL 
ENGINEERING 
Earl I. Brown, II 





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Robert R. Wilson 
Political Science 



J. P. GIBBONS PROFESSOR OF 
PSYCHIATRY 
Ewald W. Busse 



WILLIAM HOWELL PEGRAM 

PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY 

Paul M. Gross 





SIDBURY PROFESSOR IN PEDIATRICS BENJAMIN N. DUKE PROFESSOR OF ART 

Jerome S. Harris William S. Hechscher 




JAMES B. DUKE PROFESSOR OF 
RUSSIAN AFFAIRS 
Wladyslaw W. Kulski 




WILLIAM R. PERKINS PROFESSOR 

OF LAW 

Elvin Remus Latty 





FLORENCE McALISTER PROFESSOR 

OF MEDICINE 

Eugene A. Stead, Jr. 



WILLIAM H. WANNAMAKER PROFESSOR 

OF ROMANCE LANGUAGES 

Bruce Wardropper 



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BEAUTIES 




CHANTICLEER BEAUTY COURT 





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A senior from Lexington, Virginia, Esther has been 
active in her dormitory, Jarvis, and her sorority, 
Pi Beta Phi. Esther has served as Vice-President 
and is the current President of Pi Beta Phi. This 
year, she was also an F.A.C. 

After graduation, Esther plans either to work in 
the field of publishing or to do graduate work in 
history, her major. 




Van Johnson selected 

the 1966 Chanticleer 

Beauty Queen. 



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Margie is a senior economics major from Ashe- 
ville, North Carolina. This year she has been par- 
ticularly busy as the president of Kappa Delta. She 
was also president of Ivy and is a member of Phi 
Beta Kappa. Her dormitory is Giles House. 






Alice is making her second appearance on the 
Chanticleer Beauty Court. She is a senior in the 
School of Nursing, and her hometown is Hudson, 
North Carolina. 



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A zoology major from Wilmington, Delaware, 
Joanie graduated Phi Beta Kappa this past January. 
This is Joanie's second appearance in the beauty 
court, and she was a Homecoming queen candidate 
this year. In addition to these honors, Joanie has 
been active in her sorority. Alpha Delta Pi. 





Chrissy is from Marblehead, Massachusetts. At 
Duke, she has been most active in her sorority, Pi 
Beta Phi, and her dormitory, Pegram. Chrissy grad- 
uated in January with a major in Spanish. 



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A senior from Honolulu, Hawaii, Terry is a mem- 
ber of Alpha Delta Pi sorority and lives in Jarvis 
House. Terry was a member of Ivy and will graduate 
Phi Beta Kappa with a major in Spanish. 



The only Junior representative in this year's 
beauty court, Kay is a member of Kappa Kappa 
Gamma sorority. In addition to her sorority activi- 
ties, Kay serves as social chairman of Pegram dormi- 
tory. 




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Graduating this June with a major in botany. Dee 
Anne is a member of Kappa Delta sorority. Dee Anne 
is from Newport, Rhode Island, and lives in Alspaugh 
house. She is a member of both White Duchy and 
Phi Kappa Delta. 



In addition to her activities in her sorority. Pi Beta 
Phi, and her dorm, Jarvis, Jeri has served as a cheer- 
leader for the past three years. Jeri is a Spanish 
major and has been elected to membership in Who's 
Who in American Universities and Colleges. 



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HOMECOMING QUEEN 




The title of Homecoming Queen is just one of 
many honors accumulated by Rip during her four 
years at Duke. She has served as vice-president and 
rush advisor of her sorority. Delta Delta Delta, secre- 
tary-treasurer of Eta Sigma Phi, the classical studies 
honorary, and was a Chanticleer Beauty Court 
nominee for three years. 

Rip enjoys traveling and has already toured a 
major portion of the European Continent. Upon 
graduation this June, she is planning to tour the 
United States and then possibly to do some graduate 
work in psychology. 






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Libby McComb 
Bassett 



Joan Carew Lukens 
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HOMECOMING COURT 




Jeri Reuter 
Jarvis 



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Alspaugh 




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Giles 



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MAY QUEEN 



Caryn is a senior English major from Narberth, 
Pennsylvania. She is a member of Phi Kappa Delta 
and White Duchy and has been selected for member- 
ship in Who's Who. In addition, Caryn is FAC chair- 
man and a member of Sandals. 



MAY COURT, left to right: S. Middlebrooks, 
D. Woodard, J. Reuter. 





MAY QUEEN: Caryn McTighe 



NURSES' BEAUTY 

The Nurses Beauty, Ann Seaholm, is a senior from 
Scarsdale, New York. As a freshman Ann was a 
member of Nurses' Judicial Board and this year is 
the Senior Class Secretary of the Nursing School. 



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Patricia M. Jack 



A.F.R.O.T.C. QUEEN 

Pat is a junior from Levittown, 
New York. She is a sociology 
major and on Dean's List. Also, 
Pat was a member of the House 
Judicial Committee in Jarvis this 
year. Pat is very interested in folk 
music and enjoys playing the gui- 
tar, although she has just taken it 
up recently. 





N.R.O.T.C. QUEEN 

A freshman from Ft. Myers 
Beach, Florida, Judy is a zoology 
major. At present, she plans to at- 
tend Medical School upon gradua- 
tion. Judy enjoys art and has done 
some painting herself. She also in- 
cludes horseback riding among her 
favorite pastimes. 



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MAJOR SPORTS 




Row 1 : Ace Parker, John Lucas, John Carlo, 
Scotty Glacken, Bob Astley, Sonny Morris, Don 
Lynch, John McNabb, John Gutekunst, Chuck 
Drulis, Earl Yates, Rod Stewart, Mark Cald- 
well, Al Matuza, Sonny Odom, Mike McGee, 
Bill Harvey. 

Row 2: Jack Hall, Herschel Caldwell, Bucky 
Fondren, Bill Serravezza, Page Wilson, Bob 
Matheson, Bruce Wiesley, Mike Shasby, Dave 
Dunaway, Jim Barrett, Ken Chatham, Roger 
Hughes, Mike Renneker, Rick Reider, Bob 
Dow, Bob Williams, Chuck Stavins, Rick Kraft, 
Bill Murray, Bob Cox. 

Row 3: Otto Davis, Harold McElhaney, Art 
Vann, Jay Calabrese, Mike Murphy, John 
Mack, Roger Hayes, Ross Arnold, Jerry Bar- 
ringer, Rodger Parker, Fred Zuker, Todd 
Orvald, Bob Adams, John Krimmel, Jr., Jake 
Devonshire, Hilliard Shackford, Carmen Fal- 
cone, Max Crowder. 

Row 4: Doug Knotts, Terry Richardson, Bill 
Luksis, Jim Hysong, Joe Bussey, Andy Beath, 
Frank Ryan, Mark Telge, John Alexander, Bill 
Jones, Don Ashby, Jay Wilson, Al Woodall, 
Larry Davis, Bob Foyle, Marty Pierson. 

Row 5: Steve Pixley, Don Brannon, Herb 
Coins, Male Travelstead, Mike Swomley, Fred 
Zirkle, Robin Bodkin, Ed Virgin, Lee Reese, 
Hugh Bingham, Bill Phipps, Tom O'Bryan, 
Bob Lasky, Bedford Cannon, Read Cone. 







FOOTBALL 

After a dismal end to an impressive beginning 
in the 1964 season, the 1965 Blue Devil squad was 
picked by the experts to finish second behind Mary- 
land in the ACC football race. Twenty lettermen 
were returning, and, despite the loss of such stand- 
outs as Mike Curtis and Dan Lonon, an excellent 
freshman team had produced several sophomore 
hopefuls. 

The first test was Virginia, a contender for the 
ACC crown and a strong passing team. The Cava- 
liers ran wild between the 20 yard lines, gaining 322 
total yards to Duke's 319; but when they moved 
into the shadow of the goal posts, the Devil defense 
tightened and held. Sophomores Andy Beath, a de- 
fensive back who intercepted two passes, and Jake 
Devonshire, a left halfback who ran 55 years for a 
Duke score, were outstanding. Rod Stewart and Dave 
Dunaway gave a warning of things to come as they 
averaged 49.6 yards for six punts, and Scotty Glacken 



shattered the Duke career passing record in the 21-7 
victory. 

Duke, basically a passing team last season with 
quarterback Glacken, astounded the fans with a crush- 
ing ground game against South Carolina. Soph Jay 
Calabrese, a fullback who may rank with Duke's 
greatest, teamed with Devonshire to grind out 276 
rushing yards in the Devils' 20-15 thriller over the 
Gamecocks. Carolina managed to stay in the game 
only through three Duke fumbles, one of which led 
to a touchdown. 

Next, the Devils traveled to Dallas, Texas, for a 
night game against Rice. A lethal combination of 
Scotty Glacken's passing and a potent rushing game 
carried the Blue to a 41-21 rout. But the night was 
not completely successful, as center Mike Murphy 
and halfback Devonshire were put out for the season 
with injuries. 

In their first game before the home fans, the Devils 
edged Pitt in a 21-13 thriller, with linebackers Bob 
Matheson and John Carlo pouncing on a fumble to 



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Row 1 : Marty Pierson, offensive ends ; Herschel Caldwell, defensive 
ends; Clarence "Ace" Parker, offensive backiield; Bill Murray, head 
coach; Robert C. Cox, freshman coach; Carmen M. Falcone, defen- 
sive backfield. 

Row 2: Doug Knotts, defensive line; Michael McGee, offensive line; 
Harold McElhaney, linebacker; Otto Davis, assistant trainer; Max 
Crowder, head trainer; Bill Harvey, reserve unit coach; Jack R. Hall, 
assistant freshman coach. 




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(^uard Roger Hayes nils a Clemson back as Quarterback Scotty Clacken looks downfield 

Earl Yates moves in to help. for a receiver. 



RESULTS 






DUKE 




OPPONENT 


21 


Virginia 


7 


20 


South Carolina 


15 


41 


Rice 


21 


21 


Pittsburgh 


13 


2 


Clemson 


3 


14 


Illinois 


28 


23 


Georgia Tech 


35 





N. C. State 


21 


40 


Wake Forest 


7 


34 


North Carolina 


7 






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A State defensive back finds the going rough as Jay Calabrese churns 
for yardage. 





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Chuck Drulis is pulled down by a State 
fender after catching an Orvald pass. 



kill a Panther drive in the waning minutes of the 
game. Duke, utilizing a passing game in its versatile 
offense, was led by Glacken, who threw for one TD 
and picked up another on a keeper. Defensive ends 
Roger Hayes and Bruce Wiesley took turns dumping 
Pitt quarterback Ken Lucas for losses to set up the 
Devils' second touchdown and then combined on a 
tackle and fumble recovery which paved the way 
for the third. 

The Devils, riding a four game winning streak, 
took on a tough Clemson squad in their second 
straight home appearance. The Dukes gave up six 
fumbles to the hard hitting Tiger defense, three in- 
side the Clemson twelve on early downs, and lost in 
a baseball score of 3-2. In the second quarter, mid- 
dle guard Bob Foyle blocked a Clemson punt in the 
end zone for a safety, and the Devils left the field 
at halftime leading 2-0. Clemson came back early 



Sonny Odom rounds left end as Scotty Glacken leads interference. 



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in the third quarter with a field goal, set up by a 
Duke fumble on the Duke 35. The Devils had one 
last chance, but hobbled it, as a fourth period drive 
was halted by a fumble on the Clemson 11 with 78 
seconds of playing time remaining. 

Duke, still stinging from the 3-2 defeat at the 
hands of Clemson, traveled to Champaign, Illinois, 
for an encounter with the Big Ten. It proved to be 
a costly one, as the Devils lost sensational quarter- 
back Glacken for the season from a knee injury. 
Junior Todd Orvald took over the signal calling and 
proved himself a cool performer, but the Devils were 
killed by three fumbles and three interceptions in 



A fingertip catch by halfback Bob Dow gives Duke a first down 
against Wake Forest. 





ACC punting champion Rod Stewart kicks the Devils out of a hole. 



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Scrambling quarterback Todd Orvald shakes off a State tackier. 




Matheson makes one of his many tackles in the 21-0 loss to N. C. State. 



a difficult 25 mile per hour wind. The Duke de- 
fensive unit held Illinois All-America fullback Jim 
Grabowski to 60 yards in 16 carries, but other Illini 
backs piled up substantial yardage in the 28-14 
Duke defeat. 



The Duke injury list was sizable as the Devils 
invaded Grant Field in Atlanta to take on perennial 
rival Georgia Tech. Linebacker John Carlo, defen- 
sive back John Lucas, center Mike Murphy, Devon- 
shire and Glacken were benched for the season, but 



A tough Clemson line stops halfback Ken Chatham after a short gain. 




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their replacements were able to take up the slack. 
However, a tough defensive line and an offense that 
ran the Techmen ragged were not enough to stop 
the sensational left-handed passing of future All- 
America Kim King. Duke's versatile offense piled 
up 193 rushing and 237 passing yards in a 35-23 
losing effort. 

Duke met a fired up State team at old Riddick 
stadium and barely escaped v/ith the worst beating 
the Devils have received from the Wolfpack in the 
history of the series. The Red Raiders stymied the 
Dukes, 21-0, with a fierce defensive line, which col- 
lared Orvald for killing losses on crucial downs, and 
a quick defensive backfield, which intercepted three 
Orvald passes. Duke's offense was bottled up com- 




Dave Dunaway foils an interception attempt by a Clemson defensive 
back. 




All-conference linebacker Bob Matheson stops a jtait runner for no gain 



John Gutekunst intercepts a pass to stop a Clemson drive. 




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Mike Shasby stiffarms a Carolina tackier on a punt return. John 
Gutekunst and Jim Barret move up to block. 



Glacken drops back to throw behind the blocking of Jay Calabrese. 



pletely for almost three quarters and penetrated 
State territory for the first time in the waning min- 
utes of the third period. 

Riding a four game losing streak, the Blue came 
home to stay after four road games, and delighted 
the fans with a 40-7 rout of Wake Forest. It was the 
Devils' finest defensive effort in nine games, as line- 
backer Bob Matheson, tackles Chuck Stavins and 
Earl Yates, and end Roger Hayes led a solid front 
line that held the Deacons to 95 yards on the ground. 
Quarterback Orvald had a remarkable success work- 
ing with halfback passes to Sonny Odom and Frank 
Ryan, an impressive sophomore, and the Wake line 
was battered by Calabrese's rushing. 

A mixture of Murray strategy and team desire 
crushed the Tarheels in the best and most satisfying 
win of the season. Altering his whole offensive con- 
cept. Coach Murray shifted the emphasis from run- 
ning to passing and switched to double swing ends 
to burden the Tarheel defensive secondary. The Tar- 
heel safeties were virtually unable to double cover 
Duke's two great swing ends, Chuck Drulis and Dave 
Dunaway, and they accounted for much of the Devils' 
passing yardage. Orvald, a "fill-in" quarterback for 
three weeks, became a star in his own right, com- 




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Mark Caldwell comes down with a Glacken pass while Clemson 
defenders look on. 



pleting 16 of 26 passes for 197 yards and leading 
an aroused Duke eleven to an astonishing 37-7 
victory. Matheson was a defensive giant, making 
savage tackles and intercepting a Danny Talbott pass, 
which he ran back 35 yards for a TD. Center Bucky 
Fondren, guard John McNabb, and tackle Bill Jones 
opened gaping holes in the tough Carolina line for 
Calabrese, Ryan, Odom, and Ken Chatham, as they 
pounded the Tarheels for yardage. It was a great 
game for Duke fans, who for two previous years had 
left the field in defeat. 

With this victory the season ended, a season which 
witnessed outstanding play from veterans and ma- 
turing rookies alike. Jay Calabrese, Bill Jones, Bob 
Matheson, John McNabb, and Chuck Stavins were 
named to the all-ACC squad, and the Devils shared 
the conference championship with South Carolina. 




Calabrese smashes toward the goal in a 40-7 rout of Wake Forest. 




Andy Beath digs for yardage after a pass 
interception against Clemson. 



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When Bill Murray resigned after the Duke-Carolina 
football game, Duke lost not only a highly successful 
coach but also a gentleman, who placed sportsman- 
ship and fair play above all else. Murray began his 
35 year career at Children's Home, then moved to 
the University of Delaware. In 1950 he came to 
Duke with a 120-26-5 record, and by 1955 he had 
forged a team which crushed Nebraska in the Orange 
Bowl. Three years later, Duke lost to a great Okla- 
homa squad in another Orange Bowl game, and in 
1961 the Blue Devils beat Arkansas, 7-6, in a Cotton 
Bowl thriller. During his fifteen year stay here. 
Coach Murray led the Dukes to five conference titles 
and three co-championships, with a conference record 
of 54-15-2 and an overall mark of 93-51-9. Murray 
loved coaching because he loved football, but more 
because he loved working with what he called "my 
boys." With them, he established himself as one of 
Duke's most respected coaches. 






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A Clemson fullback is hit from befiind by Bob Henry as Henley Carter, Danny Rose, and Joe Compitello form a solid front line. 




FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 




Henley Carter, the Blue Imps' leading rusher, is stopped by a U. N. C 
end after a short gain. 



A Carolina halfback is brought down by a horde of Blue Imp tacklers. 



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Suffering their first losing season in several years, 
the Duke freshman football team stumbled to a 1-4 
record for 1965 gridiron play. Despite the dismal 
season, however, the Blue Imps were sparked by 
fine individual performances as Coach Bob Cox pro- 
duced some outstanding varsity prospects. 

The Blue Imps received their first setback from 
a strong Clemson eleven in the season opener. The 
fine play of quarterback Tom Edens, backs Dixie 
Abdella and Buzz Wisdom, and tackle Bill Furse 
were not enough as Clemson pulled out a close one, 
16-12. The Frosh gained their only win against 
V. P. I., 13-7, with a tough defense led by Gene 
DeBolt and Carl Gersbach and the rushing of half- 
back Henley Carter. Rebounding to near-victory 
after a stunning 31-0 defeat by North Carolina, the 
Imps, were edged by Wake Forest, 23-20, on a last 
minute first half field goal. In the final contest, N. C. 
State scored 21 points in the first three minutes to 
crush the Devil defense and hand Duke a 42-20 loss. 




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John Dennington dives for a pass near the U. N. C. goal. 



Waher West jumps to block a U. N. C. pass downfield as Edward 
Hichlin looks on. 




James Kidd cuts toward the Carolina goal after 
a pass from quarterback Tom Edens. 



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Coach Vic Bubas gives courtside instructions with Assistant Coach 
Chuck Daly listening in. 



BASKETBALL 

Three words describe the 1965-66 Blue Devils: 
talent, poise, and heart — essential components of a 
championship club. The skill of the Devils was ob- 
vious throughout the season, but raw skill is not 
enough to make a great team. The two intangibles 
must also be present for a winning combination. The 
thrilling comebacks of the Blue Devils, their never- 
say-die play, this brought the Dukes through a tough 
schedule to one of their most successful seasons. 

The third-ranked Devils opened with a 112-79 rout 
of VPI. The Dukes, looking ragged in the first seven 
minutes, picked up steam behind the shooting and 
ball handling of Bob Verga, Jack Marin, and Cap- 
tain Steve Vacendak, and by halftime held a 61-30 
edge over the Gobblers. Big Mike Lewis, playing in 
his first varsity game, fulfilled all hopes as he grabbed 
nine rebounds and fourteen points. The 83-68 vic- 
tory over Clemson was a disappointment, however, as 
Duke was guilty of 21 turnovers in a game with too 



Front row, (I. to t.): S. McKaig, D. Warren, T. Barone, and B. Zimmer. Second row: Manager P. Vick, J. Liccardo, R. Wendelin, B. Verga, S. 
Vacendak. P. Allen, J. Marin, and Assistant Coach Tom Carmody. Third row: Assistant Coach Chuck Daly, T. Kolodziej, M. Lewis, W. Chapman, 
B. Riedy, J. Kennedy, and Head Coach Vic Bubas. 




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Riedy goes high to score over Larry Miller of 
Carolina. 



Lewis grabs a rebound, looking back to find 
a teammate while still in the air. 



The scoreboard tells the story as Marin buries 
the first of two free throws to give the Devils 
their winning margin. 




much individualism and not enough team play. 

Just four days before the long awaited UCLA con- 
test, the Dukes were handed a 73-71 loss by a sur- 
prising South Carolina squad. Bob Riedy's tying shot 
was short with 2 seconds left, and the Devils left the 
court amid shouts of "We're no. 1" from the rabid 
Gamecock fans. 

Top-ranked UCLA and their fabled full court press 
invaded North Carolina for back to back duels at 
Durham and Charlotte, and left empty handed after 
consecutive 82-66 and 94-75 drubbings. The press 
was smashed, and the keys were balanced teamwork 
and rebounding. Verga, Marin, and Vacendak 
racked up 38, 43, 24 points respectively in the two 
contests, while Lewis and Riedy crushed the Bruins 
off the boards. The highly touted Uclans had been 
outshot, outhustled, outdefended, and outrebounded, 
and the Blue grabbed first place in the AP and UPI 
cage polls. The Devils affirmed their number one 
national ranking by blasting Furman, 102-67, and 
followed up with a 75-72 squeaker over Virginia. 



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Ron Wendelin and Warren Chapman hound a Tarheel opponent. 







RESULTS 




DUKE 


112 


Va. Tech. 


79 


DUKE 


83 


Clemson 


68 


DUKE 


71 


South Carolina 


73 


DUKE 


82 


U.C.L.A. 


66 


DUKE 


94 


U.C.L.A. 


75 


DUKE 


102 


Furman 


67 


DUKE 


75 


Virginia 


72 


DUKE 


100 


Michigan (OT) 


93 


DUKE 


95 


Notre Dame 


73 


DUKE 


92 


Wake Forest 


76 


DUKE 


83 


Penn State 


58 


DUKE 


88 


North Carolina 


77 


DUKE 


87 


Clemson 


85 


DUKE 


76 


Maryland 


61 


DUKE 


101 


Wake Forest 


81 


DUKE 


84 


North Carolina State 


77 


DUKE 


90 


West Virginia 


94 


DUKE 


78 


North Carolina State 


74 


DUKE 


81 


Virginia 


55 


DUKE 


41 


South Carolina 


38 


DUKE 


74 


Maryland 


69 


DUKE 


98 


Wake Forest (OT) 


99 


DUKE 


77 


North Carolina 


63 


DUKE 


103 


*Wake Forest 


73 


DUKE 


21 


*North Carolina 


20 


DUKE 


71 


*North Carolina State 


66 


DUKE 


76 


fSt. Joseph's 


74 


DUKE 


91 


tSyracuse 


81 


DUKE 


79 


^Kentucky 


83 


DUKE 


79 tUtah 
3URNAMENT 


77 


' ACC T( 




t EASTERN REGIONALS 




t NCAA 1 


CHAMPIONSHIPS 





Verga flips a pass around the outstretched leg 
of a Deacon defender. 



Vacendak with his patented underhand shovel 
shot. 



Lewis and Marin clear the boards. 




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All-NCAA Tournament selection Jack Marin shoots from his favorite 
spot, the corner, as Joe Kennedy breaks to the lane for a possible 
rebound. 



Vacendak draws a charging foul from a Caro- 
lina opponent. 



All American Bob Verga passes off as the 
Deacons try a triple-team. 








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Before Christmas, the Blue Devils traveled to Ann 
Arbor to meet Cazzie Russell and the third-ranked 
Michigan Wolverines. The Dukes wiped out a ten 
point deficit in the last four minutes, and Vacendak 
put the Devils in front, 85-83, with a free throw at 
the nine second mark. Michigan scored with one 
second remaining, forcing an overtime, but it was all 
Duke in the extra period, as Verga canned nine of 
his 27 points to lead the Devils to a 100-93 victory. 

A little rusty after a ten-day layoff, the Dukes still 
crushed Notre Dame, 95-73, and the next night fol- 
lowed with a decisive 92-76 win over Wake Forest. 
Verga led the way in both games with key baskets, 
steals, and assists. Back home after four tough road 
contests, the Blue gave the fans a game to remember, 
polishing off Penn State, 83-58. With a tenacious 
man-for-man defense, the brilliant floor leadership 
of Vacendak, and the hot shooting of Marin, who col- 
lected 25 points, and Lewis, who canned 20, the 
Devils again proved their number one status. 



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Out to avenge two defeats last year, Duke saddled 
Carolina with an 88-77 loss, as the balance of the 
Blue Devils paid off again. Sparkplug Vacendak 
directed the action, while Verga pumped in 29 points, 
Marin, 23, and Riedy, 12. Defensive whiz Marin 
held UNC's All-American Bob Lewis to 18 points, 
13 below his average. 

Steve Vacendak, Mr. Clutch, buried an underhand 
shovel shot from ten feet out in the last four seconds 
to break a tie and give Duke an 87-85 victory over 
Clemson. The Devils blew a 13-point lead during 
one three-minute stretch in the second half, but pulled 
out to win behind the shooting of Vacendak, Marin, 
and Verga. 





Vacendak drives past Biedenbach on his way to score. 



Verga drives for the basket as Lewis breaks through the lane for a feed. 




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Big Mike Lewis dunks after a behind-the-back 
pass from Verga. 



Marin controls a tap in the 76-74 victory over 
St. Joe. 



Lewis and Marin throw up a potent defense 
in the Utah consolation game. 




After 76-61 and 101-81 runaways against Wake 
Forest and Maryland, the Blue Devils received a 
scare from a scrappy State five before finally pulling 
out an 84-77 victory. The lead changed hands 17 
times and was tied on 20 different occasions, but the 
rebounding of Marin and Lewis and the top notch 
play of subs Ron Wendelin, Jim Liccardo, and War- 
ren Chapman made the difference. 

Bucky Waters, in his first season as head coach at 
West Virginia, proved his former boss Vic Bubas an 
excellent teacher as the Mountaineers edged Duke 
in a sizzling comeback performance, 94-90. The 
Devils, who before the game had lost their number 
one ranking to a fast-rising Kentucky five, led by as 



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Lewis muscles in for a layup against Syracuse. 



much as 19 points in the first half, but couldn't hang 
on as Lewis, Marin, and Verga left the game by the 
foul route, after pumping in 25, 14, and 25 points. 

Playing without sparkplug Vacendak, who was 
injured, the Dukes fought their way to a 78-74 
decision over State, as Lewis canned 20 points to lead 
the Duke scoring. Two days later, the Devils racked 
up their 16th consecutive victory over Virginia, while 
Verga and Riedy rode the bench for a curfew vio- 
lation. 

The Dukes avenged their earlier loss to South 
Carolina, but it was no easy job, as the Gamecocks 
pulled a slowdown in a game that was undecided 
until the final horn. Two clutch field goals by Vacen- 
dak and a pair of free throws by Marin put the game 
on ice as the Devils squeaked out a 41-38 victory. 

In one of their greatest comebacks of the season, 
the Blue Devils wiped out a 15 point second half 
deficit to nip Maryland 74-69. Marin's 17 rebounds 
and Verga's 27 points pushed the Blue to their 4th 
consecutive ACC season championship. Wake For- 



Verga drives downcourt after a vital steal against State. 




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est's inspired Deacons, down by 15 points after 2^ 
minutes of the first half, battled back to shock Duke, 
99-98 in an overtime thriller. Marin canned 35 
points and grabbed 14 rebounds, but the story was 
personal fouls, the Devils picking up 30 to Wake's 
19. 

Warming up for the ACC tourney, the Blue Dukes 
demolished Carolina, 77-63, in the season final, be- 
hind the brilliant floor game and hot shooting of 
Vacendak. The Devils opened up in the second half 
and all but swept the Tarheels off the court. Riedy 
turned in his finest performance of the year, holding 
UNC scoring ace Larry Miller to four points in the 
first half while collecting 19 

In the opening round of the hazardous tourney, top 
seeded Duke breezed by Wake Forest with a combi- 
nation of hot shooting and overpowering board play. 
Verga burned the nets from outside while Reidy and 
Lewis worked on the Deacons underneath, rebounding 
viciously off the offensive and defensive boards in 
the 103-73 win. 




Vacendak on the drive. 



Riedy lays one in, for two of his 19 points. 



Chapman goes high for a bucket as Liccardo waits for a possible rebound. 




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The bench erupts as time runs out on State in the ACC finals. 



Jim Liccardo waits for a rebound. 




The following night, the Devils ran head on into a 
devastatingly effective Carolina stall which produced 
a 7-5 Duke lead at the half. With ten minutes re- 
maining in the game, the Tarheels had worked up a 
five point lead, but the Dukes kept their poise. Vacen- 
dak tied it with a field goal at the two minute mark, 
and with four seconds remaining Lewis was fouled on 
a layup attempt. He missed the first shot, but buried 
the second, and Duke advanced to the finals with a 
tension-packed 21-20 victory. 

For the third time, the Devils downed an inspired 
Wolfpack to grab the coveted ACC championship. 
State's scrappy defense was not enough to stop the 
rebounding power of Marin, Riedy, and Lewis, and 
the red-hot outside shooting of Verga and Vacendak. 
The Devils' tremendous balance placed all five 
starters in double figures, Vacendak leading the way 
with 18. Down six points with seven minutes to play, 



Captain Steve Vacendak and Coach Vic Bubas accept the third place 
trophy from NCAA Basketball Director Shively. 



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Lewis is carried off the court with a badly 
sprained ankle after eight minutes of the sec- 
ond half against Utah. 



Mixed reactions on the bench — Chapman, Tony Barone, Assistant 
Coach Chuck Daly, Vic Bubas. 



Lewis goes high to drop in two. 




1965-66 DUKE UNIVERSITY FINAL BASKETBALL 

STATISTICS 

Record 26-4 (ACC: 15-2) 

REB. PT. 
NAME G FGM EGA PCX. FTM ETA PCT. AVG. AVG. 



Marin 


30 


221 


451 


49.0 


116 


148 


78.4 


9.7 


18.9 


Verga 


28 


216 


441 


49.0 


87 


119 


73.1 


4.0 


18.5 


Lewis 


30 


161 


271 


59.5 


84 


112 


75.0 


11.0 


13.9 


Vacendak 


29 


152 


354 


43.0 


80 


108 


74.1 


4.0 


13.3 


Riedy 


29 


105 


228 


46.1 


61 


89 


68.6 


7.7 


9.4 


Chapman 


27 


56 


99 


56.9 


37 


58 


63.9 


3.9 


5.5 


Wendelin 


28 


33 


73 


45.2 


10 


20 


50.0 


1.0 


2.7 


Liccardo 


24 


23 


55 


41.9 


7 


11 


63.6 


1.7 


2.2 


Kennedy 


10 


11 


29 


38.0 


9 


11 


81.9 


2.7 


3.1 


Kolodziej 


6 


5 


7 


71.4 


5 


6 


83.3 


0.7 


2.5 


Allen 


10 


5 


11 


45.5 


3 


5 


60.0 


0.8 


1.3 


Barone 


9 


1 


3 


33.3 


1 


1 


100.0 


0.6 


0.3 


McKaig 


11 


1 


11 


9.0 


1 


4 


25.0 


0.4 


0.3 


Zimmer 


3 





3 




2 


3 


66.7 


0.7 


0.7 


Warren 


5 





3 




1 


2 


50.0 


0.6 


0.2 



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ACC Tourney MVP Steve Vacendak (33) and 
All America Jack Marin (24) clip the nets 
after a victorious final against State. 





Eastern Regionals MVP Bob Verga outruns 
St. Joe defender for a basket. 



Riedy pumps in one of his many layups in the 
second game against the Tarheels. 



the courageous Dukes fought back with tap-ins and 
the clutch field goals of Vacendak to win a 71-66 
thriller. 

Duke grabbed the Eastern Regionals crown after 
back-to-back tension-filled victories over St. Joseph's, 
76-74, and Syracuse, 91-81. Against the Hawks, the 
Devils twice held nine point leads in the second half, 
only to see them vanish under a tough St. Joe press. 
With less than two minutes remaining the Devils held 
only a two point edge, but two free throws by Verga 
on the one and one, and four by Marin, provided the 
Duke's winning margin. Deadly foul shooting, ac- 
curacy from the outside, rebounding, and defense 
were the keys to the win over the Orangemen. The 
Devils converted 29 of 37 free shots, and a tight zone 
defense held All-America Dave Bing to his lowest 
total of the season, 10 points. All five starters placed 
in double figures, with Verga, Vacendak, and Marin 



bombing from the outside and Lewis and Riedy 



muscling in underneath. 



The NCAA finals climaxed a great season for the 
Blue. With Verga at half strength due to a throat 
infection, the Dukes fought top-seeded Kentucky 
down to the wire before bowing to the Wildcats, 83- 
79, in a game that was close all the way. A tre- 
mendous 29 point scoring spree by Marin failed to 
turn the tide in Duke's favor, as Vacendak tallied 21 
and Lewis 17 in the losing cause. In the consolation, 
the Devils claimed third place with a 79-77 win over 
Utah. With Duke leading by one point at the seven 
second mark, a Redskin sub came to the line in a one 
and one situation. Two straight time-outs by Coach 
Bubas unnerved him, he missed, and Liccardo 
grabbed the rebound. A free throw by Verga ended 
the scoring as the Blue Devils completed another 
successful season. 



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Front row (I. to r.) : B. Dikerson, T. Woodard, B. Smith, W. Lassiter, R. Kelly. Second row: B. Francis, B. Albright, E. Ferguson, B. Houck, D. 
Stubbs, B. Miller. Third row: Head Freshman Coach Tom Carmody, D. Golden, C. Claiborne, S. Vandenberg, F. Lind, G. Bromstead, Assistant 
Freshman Coach Roy Williams, and Head Manager Dan Moore. 



"C. B." with a shot from the corner. 




FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 

Coach Tom Carmody 's Blue Imps posted an 11-5 
season record behind strong rebounding, shooting, 
and ball handling. With the "starting six" of Dave 
Golden, Gene Bromstead, C. B. Claiborne, Steve 
Vandenberg, Fred Lind, and Larry Dempsey, the 
Imps averaged an impressive 89.2 points per game 
while holding their opponents to 76.6. 

The Imps were upset in the opener by VPI, 84-80, 
but bounced back to crush Wake Forest, 102-78, 
behind Vandenberg's 19 rebounds and 22 points. 
After losing to a great Carolina squad, 89-69, the 
Frosh reeled off three straight victories over South- 
wood, 106-77, Davidson, 107-83, and N. C. State, 
70-66, before falling again to the Tarbabies, 78-65. 
Though losing two close ones by a total of four points 
to Carolina and Davidson, the Blue Imps completed 
the season by downing North Greenville, Wake For- 



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est (twice), Southwood, N. C. State (twice), and Old 
Dominion. 

Lind showed outstanding improvement as the sea- 
son progressed, developing into an aggressive re- 
bounder and a dangerous inside shot. Vandenberg 
led the team in rebounding with 12 per game and 
shared the scoring honors with Golden, who pumped 
in an average of 15.6 ppg. Bromstead canned 55.2 
per cent of his floor shots to lead the regulars, and 
recorded the single game high of 34 points in a 
double overtime victory over N. C. State. Claiborne 
with his excellent ball handling and defense, con- 
tinually proved that hustle pays off. An offensive- 
defensive standout for the Blue, frosh football ace 
Dempsey was lost to the squad at the advent of foot- 
ball spring practice. The 1965-66 Blue Imps showed 
balance, spirit, talent, and desire, and should pro- 
vide welcome additions to the varsitv sauad. 



Dave Golden pumps in a jump shot off a fast break as Gene Brom- 
steail 1.33) and Vandenberg follow upcourt. 



Devil big man Steve Vandenberg (43) and Fred Lind jump for a 
tap-in. 





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MINOR SPORTS 




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CROSS COUNTRY 

1965 marked the return of the Iron Dukes to ACC 
eminence, with the Devils grabbing six wins to only 
two losses. The season began with only three veterans 
returning, led by Capt. Dave Johnson. A fine sopho- 
more crop, however, advanced to varsity status, with 
Paul Rogers, Billy Guy, and Fred Zodda making 
outstanding showings in their first season. 

Rogers served notice of things to come when, in 
his first varsity start, he knocked a full 26 seconds 




Soph harrier ace Paul Rogers pulls ahead of a Maryland runner as 
Billy Guy moves up. 



Coach Buehler raises the gun to start a 2V^ mile race with Maryland. 




off the Duke course record of 21 minutes, 47 seconds. 
While perenial powerhouse Maryland won the dual 
meet with the Dukes 23-26, Rogers scored a per- 
sonal victory in taking first place. Duke was handed 
its second defeat in an upset by UNC, 28-29. 

The State meet was a different matter as the har- 
riers overwhelmed the opposition, grabbing six of 
the top fourteen places out of a pack of 70. In the 
ACC meet Duke placed a strong second to Maryland. 



Fred Zodda, Jim Robinson, Paul Rogers, Coach Al Buehler, Dave Johnson, Rick Samson, Billy Guy. 



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SOCCER 

Blue Devil soccer hopes for the 1965 season 
rested with a young and inexperienced team. The 
squad of 33 included only four seniors, with 10 
juniors and 19 sophomores. Of this group, there 
were only six returning lettermen. The Blue Dukes 
had to face a schedule which included Navy and 
Trenton State, 1964 NCAA and NAIA Champs; 
Maryland, ACC Champs and never the loser of a 
conference contest; the University of Miami, the 
Florida Intercollegiate Soccer League Champs; 
Davidson, the Southern Conference Champs; and 
Lynchburg, the Mason-Dixon Conference Champs. 
Led by Capt. Barry Stevens, however, the Devils got 
off to a fast start, sweeping their first three matches 
with victories over Appalachian, American Univer- 
sity, and Davidson. The overall mark was 4-8, with 
the fourth win coming over N. C. State. Lack of 
experience, the key factor in 1965, became evident 
as the season progressed against stiff competition. 



Bob Risenfeld prepares for a kick downfield. 



Duke goalkeeper, Jim Bell, jumps to block a 
Davidson scoring try. Randy Alexander moves 
up on the left. 



Robert Bergstahler outfights two State oppon- 
ents for a loose ball. 





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Dave Roberts records a near pin. 



WRESTLING 

The Blue Devil wrestlers, coached by Carmen Fal- 
cone and Bill Harvey, ended a disappointing season 
with a 2-4 record, pinning East Carolina and Wash- 
ington and Lee in their two successful outings. In a 
close duel for fourth place in the ACC champion- 
ships, Virginia barely nudged the Devil grapplers 
into fifth place. At that meet Tom O'Bryon and Dave 
Roberts finished second in the heavyweight and 115 
pound classes, while Lee Kenna, at 152, Malcolm 
Darling, at 160, and Ed Johnson, at 177, registered 
fourths. 

Coach Falcone is looking to next season more opti- 
mistically, with the entire squad returning plus some 
fine freshmen moving up to the varsity. 



Lee Kenna is flipped by a Washington and Lee opponent. 



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Mac McAlpin stifles his opponent's reversal attempt , 




Roberts holds his advantage over a W and L grappler. 



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Row I: C. Palniir, R. MacDuflE, S. Castles, D. Randall. J. Burwell, R. Whitley, D. P.ck. Head Coach Jack Persons. Row 2: D. Drennen. A. Truax, 
T. Park, J. Harmon, C. Couric, W. Beasley, C. Scherf, E. Gottlieb, M. Shannon. Row 3: T. Gurken, S. Rosenblatt, S. Devereau, S. Gable. J. Wil- 
lis, T. Taft. Row 4: R. Crowder, T. Snell, J. Vander Werf, D. PfeSerkorn. T. Clark, G. McManama, A. Mayo, J. Levy, J. Hamilton, K. Calender, 
L. Yoder. G. Horvitz. 



Blue Devil diver attempts a half twist. 




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SWIMMING 



Richard Whitley grabs a breaststroke victory. 





The backstroke leg of the 200 yard individual medley. 



Backstroker pours on the steam for a winning 
time. 




Duke tankman shows perfect form. 



Hard hit by graduation losses, the swimming team 
experienced its most disappointing season in several 
years. Facing a difficult schedule in a tough con- 
ference, Coach Jack Persons' tankmen compiled a 
season mark of 1-8, with a seventh place finish in the 
ACC. 

The Devils, led by Jim Burwell, captain Dave 
Randall, John Willis, and Charlie Couric, splashed 
by Appalachian in the first meet of the season, but 
failed to grab another win against such stiff compe- 
tition as N. C. State, U.N.C., and Maryland. In the 
ACC championships, the Dukes edged out Clemson, 
who had beaten them in a regular season meet, to 
avoid last place in the conference. 



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Duke fencer scores in a foil bout against N. C. 
State. 



A Blue Devil fencer lunges on attack. 




FENCING 

Topping the 1964-65 mark of 13-1 was the job 
of first year fencing coach John LeBar, and the sea- 
son was a complete success, as the Blue Devils were 
undefeated in nine matches. The fencers, captained 
by Dudley Houghton, fought their way through some 
of the best teams in the South, capturing the ACC 
championship. Mike McMillen and Bob Swennes in 
foil bouts, Al Moretz and Dan Ligon in epee bouts, 
and Greg Perett and Dudley Houghton in saber bouts, 
represented Duke in the NCAA Championships held, 
for the first time, at the Duke Indoor Stadium on 
March 25-26. 

The outlook for next season is excellent, with nine 
of the eleven-man team returning and a fine fresh- 
man squad moving up. 



Kneeling: Coach Dave Evans; W. Brown, manager; Coach John Le- 
Bar. Standing: G. Grant. S. Tuan. A. Moretz, D. Ligon, M. McMillen, 
B. Swennes, D. Houghton. G. Perett. 




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Fred Turner drills a backhand from the base- 
line. 



Row 1: A. Varela; Dr. James Bonk, Assistant Coach; D. Jones, Cap- 
tain; Robert C. Cox, Head Coach; R. Henkin. Row 2: R. Roth, L. 
Mahler, K. Young. Row 3: W. Butler, P. Foss, S. Coleman, W. Won- 
nacotl, F. Turner. 



Lex Varela serves an ace ... set point. 




TENNIS 

The 1965 edition of the Duke tennis team recorded 
a fine season in what was essentially a rebuilding 
year. After losing the top three players plus the 
number six man through graduation, Coach Robert C. 
Cox came up with three outstanding sophomores, 
Fred Turner, Sam Coleman, and Lex Varela. These 
men, along with veteran junior Doug Jones, seniors 
Nathanael Broker and Roger Greenwood, and reserves 
Bob Hollingshead and Warwick Butler, pushed the 
netmen to an 8-7 season and a fifth-place finish in 
the ACC. 

In intersectional duels, the Devils downed Ohio 
State, Columbia, Hope College, Toledo, and an un- 
defeated Davidson team, losing only to Florida, Rol- 
lins, and Presbyterian. The competition was stiffer 
from conference rivals. The netmen crushed Wake 
Forest, South Carolina, and N. C. State, but lost to 
Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, and Clemson. 

Coach Cox has high hopes for the '66 season. With 
three veteran juniors and a top-rated senior returning, 
it could be a big year for the Blue. 



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Row 1: J. Hines, C. Stiles, D. Warren, M. Holloway, C. Chronister, E. Wyatt, T. Lieber, B. Kauffman. Row 2: B. Whitten, J. WiUard, C. Hill, T. 
Coble, B. Miller, J. Gutekunst, J. Mitchell, B. Lowrey. 




BASEBALL 

The 1965 Duke baseball team was young but tal- 
ented. With only seven returning veterans, Coach 
Ace Parker relied heavily on inexperienced sopho- 
mores who matured quickly through a tough spring 
schedule. After being shut out in '64 loop play, the 
Devils bounced back to post a 5-9 conference record 
and an 8-17 overall tally. 

Sluggers Biff Bracy and Steve Holloway led the 
Duke batsmen with averages of .330 and .262, re- 
spectively. Hurlers Jim Liccardo (3-6), Jay Hopkins 
(2-1), and Ken Helms (2-1) were standouts on the 
mound for the Duke nine. 

With twelve veterans returning and some good pros- 
pects moving up from the freshman team, the Dukes 
could field a contending club in 1966. 



Coach "Ace" Parker looks on from the dugout while the Dukes go 
through their paces. 



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Bob Whitley connects for a double. 



Hurler Jay Hopkins on the way to his second 
win. 




Steve Holloway{34) makes the stretch as the ump runs for cover. 




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TRACK 

The Duke track team was hampered throughout the 
1965 season by a lack of depth, a deficiency over- 
shadowed by outstanding individual performance and 
spirit. ACC and Colonial Relays record-holders, Bob 
Fogle in the 120 meter high hurdles and Rod Stewart 
in the shot put; Steve Barnes and Nick Homer, Duke 
high jump and pole vault record-holders; and George 
Flowers and Arthur Jacobson, key distance men, 
were standouts for the '65 thinclads. 

Although doing well in the Florida, Carolina, Colo- 
nial and Penn Relays, the Dukes showed lack of depth 
in conference competition, downing Virginia and 
Wake Forest, but losing to Maryland, Clemson, 
U.S.C, U.N.C., and N.C. State. In the only inter- 
sectional meet, the thinclads overwhelmed Citadel. 
Looking forward to 1966, Coach Buehler expects a 
deep and well balanced team which could be in the 
running for conference honors. 




Nick Homer, Duke pole vault champion, prepares for launching. 



(r to I) Jim Robinson, Paul Rodgers, and Bill Guy begin the arduous two mile run. 




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Bob Matheson at the peak of effort 




Greg Jones breaks from the blocks in a relay 
against N. C. State as Fred Zodda waits for 
his leg of the race. 




Pat Feely strains for the tape, with Greg Jones a step behind. 



Coach Al Buehler. 
season. 



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It takes many hours on the practice tee to 
make a good golfer. 




Left to right: R. Piiip[.s R. Walker, T. O'Donnell, T. Woher, J. 
Wylie, D. Ward, T. Hackett, T. Danluck, D. Hill, B. Simons, R. Phil- 
lips, H. Young, F. Ewald. 



GOLF 

After the 1965 season, the Duke golf team sported 
a 6-2-1 record. The hackers started by devastating the 
Citadel, Clemson, South Carolina, and Davidson. 
After a loss to Wake Forest, the Devils finished up 
by beating State and Virginia, losing to Maryland, 
and tying UNC. In the series of three matches with 
UNC and Wake Forest, the linksmen grabbed a first 
and two seconds. The team finished third in the ACC 
tournament, while Trip O'Donnell tied for second in 
individual honors. Outstanding returnees, including 
seven seniors, prompt Coach E. P. "Dumpy" Hagler 
and Asst. Coach Bobby Lutz to predict an excellent 
'66 season. 



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It's two on one as Dave Valle (69) and John 
Goody (60) battle a Navy stickman for a loose 
ball. 



LACROSSE 

As a result of increasingly high academic standards, 
Duke lacrosse has suffered a decline from the top- 
caliber Blue Devil teams of the early 1950's. Com- 
peting in the National League, the nation's best, Duke 
stickmen have found the going rough with such teams 
as Navy, number one in the country last year, and 
Johns Hopkins, number two. 

The 1965 Duke lacrosse team posted a 2-7 record, 
dumping Hartwick and the Great Grads, while losing 
to Amherst twice, Swarthmore, Navy, Washington and 
Lee, UNC, and Maryland. The outlook for the 1966 
season is better, however, with outstanding defense- 
men Wayne Guckenberger and Mike Swomley, and 
midfielders Andy Beath and Butch Starnes returning. 
The talent and enthusiasm of these and other veterans 
should lead the Dukes to a more successful year. 




Andy Beath spoils the aim of an Am- 
herst stickman with a hard left to the 
shoulder. 



First row: B. Park. R. Hanes. W. Guckenberger. R. Boone, B. Starns, J. Feich, N. Lane, J. Snyder. Second row: D. Poleski, M. Williams, R. Phelan, 
H. Anderson, F. Ramsey, P. Snead. H. Johnson, Coach Jack Persons. Third row: Mgr, E. Gotlieb. T. Parrott, P. Steller, L. Elliott, J. Mersereau, 
Coach Roy Skinner. Mgr. S. Rosenblatt (not pictured). 




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Phi Kappa Sig halfback turns the corner in the 25-0 rout of Biochem. 



MEN'S INTRAMURALS 

The intramural program is designed to allow stu- 
dents to participate in a wide variety of individual 
and team sports, with touch football, basketball, and 
volleyball the most popular. 

The fall football competition was completed as 
Phi Kappa Sigma, Fraternity A league winner, up- 
ended Biochem, the independent champ, 25-0, to re- 
turn the football championship to the undergrads. 




Intramural action under the boards. 



Biochem quarterback drops back to pass before onrushing Phi Kap 
lineman. 





Undefeated House N ( in white) crushes House 
J for the freshman intramural championship. 



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WOMEN'S INTRAMURALS 

Throughout the year the Women's Recreation As- 
sociation sponsors intramural competition among the 
dorms on East Campus, enabling the women of Duke 
to display their athletic prowess as well as gain recog- 
nition for their living groups. Tournaments are 
staged in various sports including swimming, tennis, 
volleyball, basketball, badminton, and softball, with 
a trophy awarded at the end of competition to the 
dorm compiling the greatest number of points. 




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PERSONALITIES 





Membership in the Spanish aristocracy, Jesuit 
schooling, eviction from Spain when Franco came to 
power — these are fragments of the fascinating back- 
ground of the dark, well-groomed Senor Torre. In his 
teaching, Senor Torre wishes to stress two important 
elements of education — intellectual freedom and 
discipline. His concern for students and their affairs 
ranges from table manners to the concept of the resi- 
dential college, and he remembers all his students 
with a i Buenos Dias! and a nod. 



On campus, students know Dr. John Altrocchi as 
professor of abnormal psychology, as an advisor to 
freshman dorms, or as a liaison between faculty, 
administration, and students. Professionally, he car- 
ries on research and clinical work in the hospital 
and is mental consultant for a North Carolina county. 
An energetic teacher and a busy professional. Dr. 
Altrocchi is also a father who hangs in his office the 
artwork of one of his four young children and a 
young man who drives a red Porsche. 





For any student who knows Mrs. 
Ruth Friedberg either as a teacher 
or performer, one word comes to 
mind — enthusiasm. The lectures of 
her music literature course are en- 
joyable as well as informative be- 
cause of her humorous anecdotes 
about composers and her contagious 
enthusiasm for music. An effective 
teacher and a warm person, she is 
also an accomplished pianist who 
performs in chamber works and ac- 
companies at song recitals and musi- 
cals, her love for music penetrating 
the audience who sees and hears her 
play. 



Dr. Weston LaBarre, an anthro- 
pologist of national repute, is prob- 
ably the only professor at Duke 
who fluently speaks the language 
of the Ayniara Indians of Peru. As 
a teacher, he offers his students the 
fruits of many years study of and 
concern for man as a species. Dr. 
LaBarre's vitality, astounding per- 
ceptions, and sophisticated articu- 
lateness extend from the classroom 
to his famous informal discussions 
with students and friends and to 
his stupendous outflow of publica- 
tions. 




A student in Dr. Richard K. Seymour's class soon 
becomes used to a familiar routine — the figure with 
ram-rod posture striding across the room, slamming 
books down on the desk in unison with the crash 
of the door behind him. His unwavering stare spar- 
ing no one, he forces his students to learn German 
or linguistics, either through unpredictable "quiz- 
lets" or through an unrelenting demand for class 
participation. A man who spices his comments with 
a "cheerful cynicism," Dr. Seymour does not lec- 
ture — he tantalizes, stimulates, and teases until his 
students respond. 



Commonly referred to as Duke's "China man," 
Dr. Donald Gillin is a controversial figure known for 
his outspoken comments on Vietnam. To the students 
in his Chinese history course, wavy red hair and a 
flaming personality characterize the man who speaks 
to them with gusto and earnestness and whose re- 
marks about his experiences in Taiwan give them a 
true feeling for the Chinese people. Whether listen- 
ing to his lectures or engaged in his lively debates, 
students are stimulated by Dr. Gillin's ability to re- 
late his field, 19th century China, to current issues. 





Harvard, Bennington, Yale, U. C. L. A., transla- 
tions, critical and original works, all bring to mind 
the French-mannered Dr. Wallace Fowlie. In or out 
of class he radiates the warmth of a man who mingles 
with his students, a warmth all the more surprising 
because of his stature. Never condescending, he is 
willing to discuss any field his pupils wish to explore. 
As a writer, critic, scholar, and friend he would 
receive 19 points on his own grading scale (he 
modestly explains that 20, a perfect score, is reserved 
for God alone). 





Dr. William H. Poteat, Associate Professor of 
Religion, is one of the University's most sought-after 
instructors, a scholar whose sensitivity reflects his 
keen awareness of the dilemma of man in his strug- 
gle for self-understanding. To Dr. Poteat personal 
beliefs are extremely personal; his articulateness 
and insistence upon objectivity often initially baffle 
the student, but the consistency of his approach and 
a gradual familiarity with his technique eventually 
open up a new and awakening experience for the 
student. 




Combining the polish of an ivy 
league manner with humor from the 
Kentucky hills, Dr. J. Woodford 
Howard, Jr. challenges his students 
to look at the intricacies of law and 
politics from a human point of 
view. For those sampling political 
science for the first time, he pro- 
vides "grass roots" initiation in 
American government and spices 
the study of foreign systems with 
succinct anecdotes. In his course 
introducing law. Dr. Howard con- 
veys his fascination with the enig- 
mas of the legal world and brings 
to his class a clear understanding 
of the complications involved. 



The Spanish class of Mrs. Helen Castellano is a 
favorite among men on campus who are pursuing a 
knowledge of Spanish in a relaxed, fairly painless 
atmosphere. Some might deem her class disorganized 
as they see her shuffle through the pages of her thick 
notebook, but she never fails to get her message 
across. Her method of presentation changes con- 
stantly as she adapts and readapts her teaching to 
fit the needs of her students. Mrs. Castellano's 
sparkling wit and friendly needling put life into the 
process of learning Spanish. 






Pedaling hard, his beret pulled over his ears, a 
campus personality streaks like a spectre through 
the chilly morning, occasionally pushing an errant 
hair from his forehead. No bicycling agent for Scot- 
land Yard, this happy-go-lucky young scholar is Dr. 
Richard Grant, specialist in the nineteenth-century 
French novel and Director of Undergraduate Studies 
in French. To the students for whom he has become 
an academic problem-solver and father-confessor, 
this lively paternal spirit is said to be the glue that 
holds the French department together. 



A semester under the tutelage of Dr. George Wil- 
liams, a universally recognized textual critic of 
Shakespeare, is not soon forgotten. His students, 
seated for his dramatic lectures, watch as the player 
enters with a bright smile and gay bow tie. First, 
heedless of the cold weather, he flings all windows 
open. He then proceeds to lecture with a singleness 
of purpose, opening with a most significant sentence 
and concluding with one just as powerful and mean- 
ingfully related to the first, structuring his lecture 
precisely as Shakespeare would have it. 



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Dr. Orrin H. Pilkey, a marine geologist, is an 
assistant professor of geology and a research asso- 
ciate at the Duke Marine Laboratory. To his students, 
however, he is known as "Pilk-Pilk," an entertaining 
character, not much more than five feet tall, who 
wears clashing plaids and is an expert at getting 
chalk all over himself. He sometimes rides a motor- 
scooter, but gets tickets for parking it on the grass. 
A high-jumping volleyball player and a low-going 
limboer, he also played Capt. Grayson in Beaufort's 
production of "Blackbeard." 



Any student who boards Mr. Hunley's bus is greeted 
by a friendly "Hiya!" and most probably rides to 
class with his ears full of hillbilly music and Mr. 
Hunley's comments. Both storyteller and listeners 
derive mutual enjoyment from any one of the num- 
ber of stories which he occasionally pulls out of his 
bag. An avid sports enthusiast, Mr. Hunley knows 
all scores and players' names and at football games 
sits behind the team on his folding chair. He is also 
a friend to all stragglers and before leaving campus 
will stop the bus at any point to wait for them. 





Dr. James F. Bonk, new Direc- 
tor of Undergraduate Studies in 
Chemistry, devotes his life to 
chemistry, tennis, and his students. 
His chemistry lectures are char- 
acterized by their amazing organi- 
zation and by humor — who else 
would startle students by hurling a 
frozen tennis ball against the wall? 
Dr. Bonk is a practical and realistic 
man with a quick sense of humor 
and a quick intellect. He is aware 
of students' problems and vitally 
concerned with the university and 
its direction. A tennis enthusiast, 
he also coaches the freshman tennis 
team. 




ORGANIZATIONS 




Student Gaw^erntnent 




Bill Hight, President 



MEN'S STUDENT 
GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 

The Men's Student Government Association has 
three distinct branches: legislative, judicial, and 
executive. The legislative powers are vested in the 
Student Senate consisting of three representatives 
from each of the four classes and the executive offi- 
cers of the Association. The Senate meets to discuss 
matters of University-wide interest and has the power 
to charter and supervise all student organizations on 
West Campus. The judicial powers rest with the 
Judicial Board and the Court of Appeals. The execu- 
tive branch organizes all proposed legislation and 
sees that bills approved by the Senate are enforced. 
A five member Cabinet and four standing committees. 



Senate. Clockwise: G. Solie, J. Campbell, J. Schwab, C. Kessler, J. Kinney, L. Kenna, C. Williams, K. Zaiser, K. Pittman, F. Mock, G. Harmon, B. 
Hight, J. Alden, C. Smith, G. Romp, S. Devereux, J. Miller. 





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Executive Officers: K. Zaiser, Secretary; F. Mock, Vice-President; J. 
Schwab, Treasurer. 



Publicity, Academic Affairs, Campus Life, and Off- 
Campus Activities, help the president promote the 
best interests of all men students. 

MSGA, functioning as a working unit, has initiated 
many firsts this year. It has arranged for the re- 
sumption of open-open houses, for the presentation of 
Communist speakers after due consideration of the 
speaker ban law, and, finally, for the institution of 
an Inter-Governmental Council and a new Constitu- 
tion. It has also handled teacher-course evaluations 
of major departments and student co-ordination of 
the building program. 



Dr. Herbert Aptheker, Director of the Institute of Markist Studies for 
New York, speaks on the subject of Viet Nam to a capacity crowd in 
Page. 





Bill Hight, President of MSGA, deUvers his inaugural address to the 
student body. 



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Clockwise: M. Shasby, T. GiUman, D. HeUer, P. Rubin, F. Huffman, B. Starnes, D. Wood, H. Hay, A. Bell. 



Frank Huffman, Chairman. 



MEN'S JUDICIAL BOARD 

The Men's Judicial Board handles all offenses 
which fall under the penal code of the Men's Student 
Government Association. Defendants are given notice 
to appear, time to prepare a defense, and the hear- 
ing itself is conducted with their procedural guaran- 
tees well guarded. Testimony is recorded so that 
any questions which do arise later may be answered 
with reference to the record of the hearing. The 
Board then makes its decision and passes it on to 
the Dean's staff which renders final judgment although 
avenues of further appeal are open to the defendant. 

Presently the Board is planning an extension of 
the existing range of penalties. The choice is now 
so limited that appropriate punishments cannot al- 
ways be found for each of the various offenses pos- 
sible. New penalty choices will allow the Board 
to make the fairest and most suitable recommenda- 
tions. 



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FRESHMAN 
JUDICIAL BOARD 

A vital part of freshman govern- 
ment, the Freshman Judicial Board 
consists of a representative from 
each freshman house. Offenders of 
the Code of Responsible Com- 
munity Living are given warnings, 
followed by a hearing before the 
Board if the actions continue. A 
third conviction or a serious of- 
fense may be referred to the MSGA 
Judicial Board. 



COURT OF 
APPEALS 

The Court of Appeals is a student 
organization formed to protect the 
rights and privileges of Duke stu- 
dents. The court reviews cases that 
are appealed to it by the students 
themselves. Such appeals usually 
concern infractions of the univer- 
sity's dormitory or traffic regula- 
tions. The court also has original 
jurisdiction in cases dealing with 
student irresponsibility in the area 
of community living and in cases 
referred to it by the Judicial Board 
or deans. 




Clockii'ise: M. Myers, J. Dover, G. Carpenter, B. Farrington, T. 
Filette, Advisor; W. Croom, Chairman; D. Holmes, A. Knight, 
W. VonKlemperer, B. Myers. Not pictured: J. Rairigh. 




Clockwise: J. Lindsay, J. Stewart, J. Brick, B. Kenerly, T. Fillette. 



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Seated, !. to r.: R. Smith, J. Durrett, R. Pfizenmayer, K. Morris. Standing: K. Pittman, J. Foe, J. Frenzel. 



AUXILIARY OFFICERS AND COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 



Assisting the MSGA officers and Senate, auxiliary 
officers and chairmen of standing committees assume 
administrative tasks. The Special Assistant to the 
President aids the president in his official duties. In 
interpreting the rules and laws of MSGA, the Attorney 
General works closely with the Judicial Board and 



■the Court of Appeals. Editor of the MSGA handbook, 
the Assistant for Public Relations is a liaison to the 
Chronicle. Standing Committees on Publicity, Cam- 
pus Life, Off-Campus Activities, and Academic Affairs 
are concerned with all aspects of student life. 



TRADITIONS 
BOARD 

How high is the tower? What's 
a dope shop? These are questions 
every student in Trinity College can 
answer because of the MSGA Tradi- 
tions Board. Members are responsi- 
ble for acquainting each freshman 
with important aspects of the Duke 
Tradition. The freshman house with 
the highest average on the Tradi- 
tions Test wins a keg of beer. 



Standing, t. to r.: R. Smith, R. Ruis, W. Eisen- 
bach, J. Haydock, R. Myers, C. Callison. 
Seated: T. Wolbert. 




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THE ENGINEERS' 
STUDENT COUNCIL 

The Engineers' Student Council serves as the co- 
ordinator of all student organizations in the College 
of Engineering to prevent conflicting and overlapping 
activities. ESC represents the students' interests in 
their relationships with the faculty, the administra- 
tion, the public, and the other members of the campus 
community. The activities of the Council include 
preparing handbooks for freshmen engineers, super- 
vising the Engineers' Guidance Council, and partici- 
pating on the Student-Faculty Committee. The ESC 
also publishes a bi-weekly newsletter and presents 
the Engineers' Show in March. 




President Jeff Brick. 




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f'trsi rnu\ left to right: G. Rupp, C. Norris, J. Brick, K. Wilkes, J. Moreng. Second row: A. Kyle, B. Rasnick, D. Hartgen, R. Armstrong, J. Ake, 
J. Reichman, S. Cross, J. Dover. 



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\\SG\ LEGISLATURE. Row I: B. Harmonson, P. Odell, B. Strawn, G. Myers, C. Carlton, B. Carlson, B. Bell. Row 2: R. West, K. Murray, K. 
Irwin, L. Rich, P. Lane, P. McCartt. 



WOMAN'S STUDENT 
GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 




The Woman's Student Government Association 
serves as a communications link between students and 
administration and co-ordinates the student activities 
of the Woman's College. Four standing committees 
permit wide student participation in WSGA activities. 
The International Student Committee sponsors foreign 
students on East Campus, seeks to improve communi- 
cations among international students and the Duke 
community, and examines study-abroad programs for 
Duke students. The Educational Affairs Committee, 
concerned with the curricular and co-curricular as- 
pects of student life, included in its projects this year 
the development of an art workshop, maintenance of 
the exam file, and continuation of extended library 
hours during the exam period. The Student Welfare 
Committee investigates problems relating to student 
community life. The Social-Cultural Committee, co- 
ordinating the social aspects of WSGA, sponsors the 
Co-Ed Ball, the Christmas dinner with Dr. Knight's 
reading of A Christmas Carol, and the publication of 
the pictorial calendar. 



President Suzie Cunningham 



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SECRETARIAT. Clochwise: L. Black. B. Bogard. J. Wallin. J. John- 
son, P. Oclell. C. Losey, A. Stone, D. Pearson. K. Moore. Not pictured: 
J. Johnson, E. James. J. Holm(|uist, M. Hamill, J. Hoover. 




EXECUTIVE OFFICERS. B. Bell, Vice-President; K. Murray, Trea- 
surer; P. Odell, Secretary. 



COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN. B. Scott. SocialCuhural Committee; C. 
Colwell, Educational Affairs Committee; K. LeCraft, International 
Students Committee; K. Lyons, Student Welfare Committee. 




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Secretary Kathy Murray listens intently at a 
WSGA meeting. 



Unusual Christmas gifts were on sale during the International Stu- 
dent Committee's bazaar. 



In the renovated Art Workshop, a student works in clay and paint 
with girb from Edgemont. 



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Exotic items from all over the world were featured at the bazaar. 




Voting machines are put into action for WSGA 
elections in the spring. 



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WOMAN'S 
JUDICIAL BOARD 

The Woman's College Judicial Board seeks to 
maintain high standards among women students 
through the Personal Code of Community Living and 
through enforcement of regulations. The Board is 
also concerned with increasingly effective policy for- 
mation and rule revision within the Woman's College. 
Members act as representatives of student opinion, 
formulating recommendations and working with the 
administration. In addition, the Judicial Board has 
familiarized students with the rule changes. This 
year a general committee, composed of students, 
faculty, staff members, and deans, was established 
to study the entire living system and to create the 
best possible guide for community living at Duke. 




Jeremy Hewes, chairman 



Seated, left to right: M. Coleman, E. WooUey, J. Hewes, M. Hayden, C. Shore. Standing, left to right: J. Bromlow, P. Tarwater, B. Nash, B. Slo- 
cum, M. Earle, J. Warner, J. Salmon. 




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Seated: K. Gallagher, F. Mount, E. Kennedy, S. Kunz, M. Ward. Standing: L. Keane, C. Snyder, B. Bloomer, J. Bowman, B. Hardin, A. Bohnet. 



NURSES' STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 

Last spring major revisions were made in the 
Nurses' Student Government Association's Constitu- 
tion. The Executive Council is now composed of the 
SGA officers, the Judicial-Honor Council chairman, 
all class presidents, and the freshman and sopho- 
more class vice-presidents. These changes were made 
"to facilitate functioning of the Executive Council, 
to improve and strengthen the class governments, and 
to co-ordinate them more closely with SGA." 

Instead of monthly meetings there are now only 
three regular SGA meetings — Honor Pledge Signing, 
campaign speeches for nominees, and installation of 
the new officers along with Santa Filomena tapping. 
The small number of SGA meetings has created a 
need for regularly held class meetings to discuss all 
legislation. Each class president reports to the Execu- 
tive Council and a bi-monthly newsletter informs 
the students about their government. 




Liz Kennedy, President. 



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Carol Snyder, Chairman. 



Seated: M. Phyfer, C. Snyder, M. J. Sawyer. Standing: S. Young, 
N. Meyer, M. Agnew, D. Ether, P. Blevins, D. Morrison. 



NURSES' JUDICIAL 
HONOR COUNCIL 



The NSGA Constitutional revisions have brought 
about major changes in the composition of the 
Nursing School's most important committees. "By 
merging the functions of the Judicial Board, Honor 
Council, and Social Standards Committee into the 
Judicial-Honor Council, enforcement of the Honor 
System will be easier and emphasis can be placed 
on the Honor Code itself rather than on the rules 
and violations of the Code." The Judi-Honor Coun- 



cil is a legislative and coordinating judiciary branch 
of the new student government. 

In the School of Nursing the Honor System is a 
tradition and a way of life that "carries its influence 
into all facets of student activities and makes itself 
felt by enhancing the individual's feeling of honor." 
The new Code of Campus Living makes conduct a 
personal responsibility. 



NURSES' 

COMMITTEE 

CHAIRMEN 

Four committees integrate nurs- 
es' activities. The Publications 
Committee produces "Nurses' 
Notes" and handbooks for freshmen 
and upperclassmen. A new Social- 
Public Relations Committee plans 
dances and parties. The Religious 
Activities and Student-Faculty-Ad- 
ministration Committees provide 
programs to encourage spiritual de- 
velopment and intellectual discus- 
sion. 



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Seated: S. Rice (Student-Faculty Administration), B. Futrell (Orien- 
tation), E. Wishart (Publications). Standing: D. Kenworthy (Social- 
Public Relations), P. Ellis (Religious Activities), S. Flinton (Student 
Nurses' Assn.). 




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"But you really don't need the Honor Pledge.' 



Nurses come home so tired . . . 



NURSES' ACTIVITIES 




With the advent of the IBM ma- 
chine, a third sex came into being 
on the Duke campus. According to 
the semester registration cards, 
there are men, women, and nurses. 
Nurses enjoy being both a part of 
the University and also a special- 
ized group. They sponsor several 
social activities of their own includ- 
ing a Christmas dance, spring dance 
and cocktail party, and open houses 
in the summer. Individual nurses 
participate in University and School 
of Nursing organizations. It is their 
professional duties which differen- 
tiate nurses from other students. 
Though they do little hospital work 
as freshman, each year thereafter 
the nursing students add increasing 
amounts of hospital work to their 
schedules. 



Pledge signing takes place for all freshman nurses during orientation week. 



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Guidance 



YMCA 

To lead students to a stronger Christian faith and 
to serve the needs of others is the twofold aim of 
the YMCA, as it sei-ves both the university and the 
surrounding community. 

On campus, the Y handles the Freshman Advisory 
Council, the Freshman Y-Council, and dorm panel 
discussions. Its major project is Dad's Day, featuring 
a banquet and a picnic before a fall football game. 




President William E. Kennedy, Jr. 

The Y also holds vesper services, provides ushers 
for chapel services, and conducts tours of the chapel. 
On the community level, Y members act as Big 
Brothers to emotionally disturbed adolescents at the 
John B. Umstead State Hospital and to underprivi- 
leged children at the Edgemont Community Center, 
and also sponsor the Campus Chest fund drive. 



First row, left to right: M. Scott, D. Campbell, W. Kennedy, W. Kenerly, J. Waldo. Second row: B. Starns, J. Redmond, J. Farrah, R. Bruhwel, G. 
Romp, K. Bitterman, W. Clifton, E. Barksdale, E. Shearon, B. Hosea, J. Haydock, J. Henry. 




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Arithmetic help sessions are part of the tutoring service. 



The YMCA sponsors and oversees the Freshman Advisory program 
and its Orientation Week activities. 




Roland Earnhardt and his father participate in one of the activities 
of Dad's Day. 




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The East Campus Center houses new Y offices, as well as providing 
a setting for receptions. 



YWCA 

The basic structure of the YWCA is a cabinet com- 
posed of delegates from every dormitory and the 
executive members. The "Big Y" is diiected to the 
needs of upperclassmen; the Freshman "Y" is a paral- 
lel structure personalized for the concerns of the 
incoming class. 

The YWCA theme for this year, "Face to Face," 
is carried out in a student-to-student way by dormi- 
tory discussions and encounter groups. Students may 
meet people in the Durham community through lead- 
ing a Brownie Troop at Edgemont or tutoring a child 
in Operation Breakthrough. On the world scale, the 
United Nations Seminar during semester break brings 
the Y member a better understanding of world prob- 
lems. 



At Edgemont Community Center, underpriv 



il.lr 



look forward to sharing an afternoon witli a Y member. 




Several East Campus students regularly invite Edgemont children for 
an afternoon in the Art Workshop or a visit in the dorm. 












Y members assist with recreational programs at Edgemont Community 
Center in Durham. 




YWCA services expand into the Durham community through volun- 
teer tutoring programs. 





Executive ofiScers, /e/t to right: A. Rowe, Associate Director of Re- 
ligious Life; S. Forbes, Freshman Y Chairman; B. Wilmot, Dorm 
Delegate Chairman; S. Evans, Co-President; K. Kern, Secretary; W. 
Reuben, Vice-President. Not pictured: C. Bunch, Co-President. 



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Y-FAC 

Incoming freshmen are greeted in September by 
the 88 members of the Freshman Advisory Council, 
who serve as their advisors, friends, and confidants. 
On the first day of Orientation Week, luggage- 
carrying, direction-giving, and general assistance- 
offering number among the Y-Men's duties. Later, 
they help with registration, test proctoring, mixers, 
the freshman dance, and the coed picnic. In addi- 
tion, each Y-Man serves as a date board and counsel- 
ing center for his group. In all their functions, 
council members ease the freshman's transition into 
university life. 



Typical Durham weather. 




Standing: John Modlin, Kent Zai-pr. 

Seated: Byron Starns, Chairman; Joe Schwab. 



It's only two months until Thanksgiving. 




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Happiness is getting a blue and white bow! Maybe it will be good all year. 



Caryn McTighe, Chairman. 



Our first problem was to find East Campus. 




WOMEN'S FAC 

The Freshman Advisory Council 
helps bridge the gap between high 
school and college. The FAC must 
possess genuine interest in her 
group, responsiveness to their needs, 
resourcefulness to deal with prob- 
lems, and ability to inspire confi- 
dence. She opens avenues to the 
university's intellectual, cultural, 
and social opportunities by con- 
ducting library tours, accompany- 
ing the girls to lectures, and arrang- 
ing meals with men's Y-groups. 
The small, intimate FAC group is 
the center of orientation during the 
first weeks of school, providing a 
forum for discussion of problems 
and exchange of ideas. 



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FAC'S instruct freshmen nurses in the complexities of the in-and-out 
card. 



NURSES' FAC 

Orientation Week is a busy week full of meetings, 
tours, and social functions, designed to introduce 
each freshman nurse to her new world, the univer- 
sity. Members of the Freshman Advisory Council 
are instrumental in helping freshmen become ac- 
quainted with Duke; these FAC's are selected from 
the sophomore class on the basis of scholastic ability, 
leadership qualities, and interest. 

The other very important phase of the councirs 
work is the Big-Little Sister Program. Each junior, 
acting as a Big Sister to one or two freshmen, helps 
her Little Sister to feel at home at Duke and in the 
School of Nursing. The culmination of each year's 
program comes the following fall when each senior 
Big Sister caps her sophomore Little Sister. 



In the Nursing School greeting freshmen includes everything 
smiles to trunk maneuvering. 



from 




Betty FuUell, Orientation Committee Chair- 
man; Cathy Helm, FAC chairman. 



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Left to right: T. Edgar, Chairman; G. Crowell, J. Newton, G. Gryparis, W. Miller, A. Kyle, S. Kauffman, M. Morrison, G. Fowler, B. Armstrong, 
J. Brindle, L. Steckmest. 



ENGINEERING GUIDANCE COUNCIL 




This year the Engineering Guidance Council has 
reduced its membership in order to raise the quality 
of the organization and of the guidance it offers to 
the freshmen engineers. The organization provides 
personal guidance for incoming freshmen engineers, 
both during orientation week and throughout the year. 

Each member advises five freshmen, helping with 
any problems or questions they may have, personal 
or academic. He is also available to explain the work- 
ings of the Engineering School and tries to show the 
freshmen what engineering has to offer. Finally, the 
members encourage freshmen to work on extra- 
curricular activities in the Engineering School, so 
that they may benefit from the widely diversified 
range of activities available for personal develop- 
ment. 



Tom Edgar, Chairman. 



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CAMPUS CHEST 

AND 

STUDENT CONCERN 

This year the Campus Chest drive, 
conducted by the YMCA, and the 
Student Concern drive, sponsored 
by WSGA and YWCA, were held at 
the same time. Students of West 
Campus, Hanes House, and the 
Men's Graduate Center gave almost 
double the amount of any previous 
year. The proceeds from these most 
successful campaigns went to the 
International Student Fund, Na- 
tional Cystic Fibrosis Research 
Foundation, Edgemont Community 
Center, World University Service, 
The American Cancer Society, the 
American Heart Association, and 
the American Foundation for the 
Blind. 




L. to r.: S. Althouse and N. Allison, Co-Chairmen of East Campus; 
S. Ballew, Publicity; T. Duke, Freshmen; G. Romp, Chairman; K. 
Waterfall, Hanes Co-chairman; C. Lippard, Independents; C. Knut- 
son, Hanes Co-chairman. Not pictured: S. Vacendak, Fraternities. 



Alpha Phi Omega ushers guard the court. 




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Lost and found articles are auctioned at bar- 
gain prices. 




ALPHA PHI OMEGA 

Alpha Phi Omega, a national ser- 
vice fraternity, offers its members 
the opportunity to develop quali- 
ties of leadership, friendship, and 
individual service. Though not 
affiliated with the Boy Scouts of 
America, Alpha Phi Omega's only 
requirement for membership is pre- 
vious scouting experience. Pledges 
work with brothers in scout troops, 
at the Wright School, and in the 
hospitals of the community. On 
campus, brothers usher at basket- 
ball games and keep a scoreboard 
of sports events. 




Dr. Howard C. Wilkinson, Chairman. 




Duke students work to improve living conditions of Nicaraguans, 
under the sponsorship of the Religious Council. 




Volunteers become familiar with Nicaraguan customs and cuisine 
and introduce their own to natives. 



RELIGIOUS COUNCIL 

Each of the denominational groups on campus 
elects a representative to the Religious Council, and 
the officers of each of the four undergraduate schools 
appoint a member to the council. 

The council co-ordinates the activities of the vari- 
ous denominational centers and sponsors functions 
of its own. Some of these functions have included 
Project Nicaragua, a similar project in El Salvador, 
work at Edgemont and the Veterans Hospital, and 
efforts toward the establishment of a coffee house in 
the Chapel Basement — a new venture for the council. 
In addition, the council is responsible for bringing 
speakers to the campus and recommending preach- 
ers for Chapel services. 



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Left to right: The Reverend Jack Wilson, Associate Director of Re- 
ligious Life on West Campus: Dr. Howard Wilkinson. Chaplain to 
the University and Director of Religious Activities; Miss Ann Rowe, 
Associate Director of Religious Life on East Campus. 




The Reverend Dr. James T. 
Cleland, Dean of the Chapel. 



RELIGIOUS LIFE 

In addition to the denominational centers on cam- 
pus, there are numerous other organizations through 
which students are encouraged to understand and to 
share their religious experiences. The YMCA and 
the YWCA, advised by the Associate Directors of 



Religious Life, offer one opportunity for this phase 
of college life. The Inter- Varsity Christian Fellow- 
ship and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes also 
emphasize the religious aspect on campus. 



INTERVARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 



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The Intervarsity Christian Fel- 
lowship is an interdenominational 
student group whose members are 
striving to grow in Christian dis- 
cipleship and to understand Christ's 
meaning for the university student. 

In addition to daily prayer 
groups and weekly meetings, the 
Duke members attend conferences 
with other North Carolina chapters 
in the spring and fall. At Christ- 
mas time they sing carols at the 
Cerebral Palsy Hospital, the Meth- 
odist Retirement Home, and the 
Hillcrest Convalescent Home. 



Glenn Fields, president, listens with other 
members to a guest speaker. 



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Members fill the Music Room for the program. 



A game of ping pong in the Baptist Student Center with several young 
onlookers. 





A relaxing evening is spent in the Baptist Student Center with re- 
freshments and conversation. 



The wall is lit in the Episcopal Center during an evening service. 




STUDENT CENTERS 

Centers of student religious life coordinate faith 
and religious learning with the total university ex- 
perience. Through worship, study, and community 
service, the centers offer guidance and the rewards 
of diverse friendships while demanding deep per- 
sonal reflection. Pre-symposium study groups, dis- 
cussions of provocative movies and plays, and retreats 
provide opportunities for the student to develop his 
convictions. Centers maintained by Baptist, Christian 
Science, Episcopal, Methodist, Society of Friends, 
and Presbyterian denominations, as well as the United 
States Fellowship, the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, 
and the Newman Club serve members of almost every 
faith. 



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Fine Arts 




"Last one over the hill's a rotten vegeta-bill ! " Finian's Rainbow 



"Do you mean that you live above an abandoned Chinese restaurant?" 
A Thousand Clowns 



"Odd's life, nephew, allow others to know something too!" School 
for Scandal 




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DUKE PLAYERS 




"Ah! There's no judging by her looks, unless one could see her 
face." School for Scandal 



The dramatic, comic, and musical plays presented 
throughout the year by the Duke Players provide 
an opportunity for students to enjoy or to participate 
in the dramatic arts. The club offers training in a 
wide variety of work including acting, set design and 
construction, publicity, costumes, make-up, lighting 
and art work. 

Each year the organization presents five major 
productions, as well as participating in the Music 
Department's Studio Opera and presenting a program 
of one act plays. This year's season began with a 
production of the comedy "A Thousand Clowns" 
followed by the drama "Another Part of the Forest." 
The annual musical, this year "Finian's Rainbow," 
was given next and the final two presentations were 
"School for Scandal" and "Picnic." 

The Players welcome students of all classes. The 
only requirement for membership is a major partici- 
pation, either acting or backstage work, in two of 
the productions. 



"The Lord made Adam, 

The Lord made Eve, 
He made them both a little bit naive." 

Finian's Rainbow 




"We were going to talk today. You promised, Marcus — you promised 
last year, on my last birthday. You said you were too busy that day, 
but this year you said — " Another Part of the Forest 




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HOOF 'N' HORN 

Hoof 'n' Horn again thrilled its audience with its 
annual musical production. This year the group per- 
formed The Pajama Game during Joe College Week- 
end and Commencement Weekend. The show was 
entirely directed, staged, and produced by students. 
Mike Schipke directed the play and Fred Kaufhold 
was the producer. Leslie Davison served as technical 
director, Camille Schipke directed the choreography, 
and Mary Hill was in charge of publicity. To en- 
courage newcomers to join, a review with numbers 
from three previous shows was given to prospective 
members. The review included "The Telephone 
Hour" from Bye-Bye Birdie and "They Can't Com- 
pare to You" from Out of this World. 



Producer Frank Kaufhold participates with the cast in Pajama Game 
rehearsal. 



Production Council, left to right: A. Frank, Business Manager; F. 
Kaufhold, President and Producer; C. Schipke, Choreographer; M. 
Schipke, Director; L. Davidson, Technical Director. 



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Pajama Game climaxes with an all-onstage finale. 



Rehearsing dancers trip the light fantastic in preparation for the production. 




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Rehearsal sessions are intense, the resuUs rewarding. 




CHANCEL SINGERS 

The members of the Chancel 
Singers are a small, select group 
of undergraduate and graduate stu- 
dents with proven musical ability. 
Their repetoire includes masses, 
cantatas, and requiems by noted 
composers including Mozart, Bach, 
Haydn, and Schutz. Under the 
direction of Dr. Paul Young, the 
group presented an excellent con- 
cert in the spring. 



Selections for llie spring concert are prepared, perfected. 



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CHAPEL CHOIR 

Throughout the year the Chapel Choir served the 
Duke Community with the excellent quality of its 
music. In addition to singing for the Chapel service 
each Sunday, the choir presented two services during 
Easter. For the first time in several years the Duke 
Symphony Orchestra accompanied the choir in its 
annual performance of Handel's Messiah in Decem- 
ber and the performance of the Creation by Haydn 
for its spring concert. 



First Sopranos 
Baker, Sally 
Beaird, Marjorie 
Benton, Betty 
Bowman, Jackie 
Byers, Maribeth 
Bordeaux, Iris 
Comfort, Beverly 
Delany, Dorothy 
Dicke, Louise 
Gregory, Cecile 
Knapp, Linda 
Knapp, Nancy 
Knutson, Carole 
Leland, Candy 
Matthews, Charlotte 
Moorhead, Bess 
Murphy, Linda 
Page, Nancy 
Parker, Pam 
Reynolds, Becky 
Rinehart, Caryl 
Rufty, Gretchen 
Thomas, Abby 
Wagner, Linda 
Wiseman, Nell 
Woods, Janie 
Yost, Carole 

Second Sopranos 
Agan, Bonnie 
Bachelor, Edith 
Bay, Barbara 
Bonney, Sharon 
Cobb, Linda 
Davis, Lynne 
Deal, Tina 
Gerhold, Carol 
Graham, Robin 
Green, Martha 
Hayes, Gloria 
Hokanson, Tina 
Jackson, Connie 
Minnix, Jayne 
Moore. Berkeley 
Orvin, Donna 
Raetz, Stephanie 
Reilly. Suzy 
Reiss, Joyce 
Scott, Beth 
VanNest, Elizabeth 
Wyngaarden, Patty 
Young. Debbie 

First Alios 
Bressman, Barbara 
Brown. Lynn 
Dame, Dianne 
Dame, Suzanne 
Dresser, Anita 
Forrester. Sandra 
Gadd. Billie 
Garside. Nancy 
Havens. Cynthia Jean 
Horton, Ann 
Hnrton. Vans^ie 
Hnward. Pat 
Kiser, Dianne 
Knobe, Noelle 



Knott, Ginny 
Long, Susan 
McMaster, Laurens 
Martin, Jeanie 
Patterson, Pat 
Piercy, Day 
Porter, Margaret 
Reed. Carolyn 
Richichi. Jeanie 
Roberts, Lucy 
Roser, Toni 
Schraiber, Susan 
Shaner, Barbara 
Shannon, Virginia 
Smith, Jackie Lou 
Talton. Jenny 
Tanaka. Kimi 
Wherrett, Whitney 
Wigren, Pam 

Second Altos 
Arthur, Kris 
Berghorn, Linda 
George, Allaire 
Gratz, Joan 
Groce, Ann 
Gustafson. Mary Lu 
Hutchinson, Kay 
Kelly, Leslie 
Kinney, Eleanor 
Lamason, Ruthanne 
Meservey, Tina 
Noren. Anna-Lena 
Paulette. Jeanie 
Peterson. Cindy 
Piper. Pat 
Nixon, Eileen 
Shepard. Virginia 
Wilson, Anne 

First Tenors 
Ayers, Charles 
Davis, Clayton 
Fuller, Ford 
Kase, Steve 
LaFoIlette. Paul 
Parrent, Allen 
.Strassler. Gene 
Trotter. George 
Tvndall. Glenn 
Watson, Tommy 
Wheklin. Jim 
White. Denny 

Second Tenors 
Arrowood. Wayne 
Bivins. Bill 
Clark, Tommy 
Dadson, Dana 
Fisher. Rob 
Hayes. Jimmy 
Howe, Bob 
Hunt, Dave 
Kincaid. Randall 
Mancha. Phil 
Patterson. Dave 
Pritchard. Dick 
Wunsch, Jim 



First Basses 
Crossno, Johnny 
Dacko, Doug 
Grady, Frank 
Franklin, RufEn 
Fuller, Dick 
Gale, Don 
Giles, Geoffrey 
Goss, Roy 
Green, John 
Grier, Richard 
Groves, Nick 
Gudger, Bill 
Ludwig, Bill 
Lunsford, Ernie 
Padgett, Dave 
Pulver, Doug 
Ryder, Tim 
Sandusky, Chad 
Stokes, Paul 
Taylor, Bill 
White, Dave 

Second Basses 
Amett, Carroll 
Burts, Rick 
Culver, Pete 
Gates, Ronald 
Herlel. Dave 
Long, Julian 
May, Mike 
Pennington, Charles 
Ray, Jimmy 
Richichi. Thomas 
Slivinske. Dale 
Wasserman, Les 
Weigl, Peter 




As the performance of the Messiah draws 
near, rehearsals lengthen and become more 
frequent. 




Each practice requires individual concentra- 
tion on the material. 



In the performance of the Messiah the orches- 
tra joins the Chapel Choir. 




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Tenor I 

Clark, Tommy 
Davis, Clayton 
Fisher, Rob 
Hackett, Jim 
Kase, Steve 
LaFollette, Paul 
Ludwig, Bill 
Seltzer, Scott 
Watson, Tommy 
Whelding, Jim 

Tenor II 

Appier, Charles 
Cummings, Jack 
Dacko, Doug 
Dadson, Dana 
Grady, Frank 
Franklin, Rutfin 
Goss, Roy 
Grier, Richard 
Howe, Bob 
Hunt, Dave 
Patterson, Dave 
Prince, Chesley 
Redmond, John 
Rochen, Jeff 
Rutherford. Ken 
Slivinske, Dale 
Stokes, Paul 
Wunsch, Jim 

Bass I 

Bivins, Bill 
Burts, Rick 
Coleman, Lin 
Fuller, Ford 
Fuller, Dick 
Giles, Geoffrey 
Green, John 
Gudger, Bill 
Harper, Ed 
Hogue, Richard 
Hunt, Dave 
Lunsford, Ernie 
Pierce, Ray 
Pulver, Doug 
Rogers, Charles 
Sandusky, Chad 
Shaw, Dale 
Taylor, Bill 
Wright, John 




Bass II 

Arnett, Carroll 
Ballew, Steve 
Crossno, Johnny 
Culver, Pete 
Gale, Don 
Gates, Ronald 
Gross, Rick 
Groves, Nick 
Haswell, Eddy 
Hertel, Dave 
May, Mike 
Padgett, Dave 
Pennington, Charles 
Ray, Jim 
Ryder, Tim 
Seamans, Dick 
White, Dave 



Practice begins with the careful selection of music, but a minor step 
in the long process of perfecting the choir's performance. 







MEN'S GLEE CLUB 

From Maine to Florida the Men's Glee Club is 
known for the excellent quality of its concerts. This 
year the Glee Club traveled to Florida for a concert 
tour during spring vacation, to New York for a con- 
cert before the National Association of Manufac- 
turers, and, with the Women's Glee Club, to North 
Carolina Military Academy. Through the year the 
club seeks to enrich university cultural life by giving 
concerts in Page Auditorium with the Women's Glee 
Club and the Harvard University Men's Glee Club. 

The men in this organization take great pride in the 
quality of their performances; therefore, member- 
ship is highly selective. Members are chosen through 
auditions which allow the individual to display vocal 
ability and experience. Thereafter, participation in 
all rehearsals, the annual tour, and the Chapel Choir 
is expected. 




John Redmond finds the song effective and soothing. 



Mr. Young directs expressively in order that every harmony may be 
exact. 





The concert is intent, a study of control in forming notes and modu- 
lation. 



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WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB 

With the largest number of participants ever this 
year, the Women's Glee Club had a full schedule of 
performances. This fall, for the first time, forty 
members of the Men's Glee Club and forty members 
of the Women's Glee Club were invited to give a con- 
cert at the Carolina Military Academy in Maxton. 
As a somewhat ambitious and yet very gratifying 
task they chose as the highlight of their performance 
to sing R. Vaughan William's "Mass in G Minor." 
With the assistance of four professional soloists, the 
Glee Clubs presented their concert for the Duke stu- 
dent body in Page the Saturday prior to their tour. 
Since joint membership in the Glee Club and the 
Chapel Choir is encouraged, immediately following 
the tour, the Club devoted much of its time to the 
preparation of the annual presentation of the Messiah. 



Seated: S. Baker, president. Standing, left to right: N. Page, as- 
sistant business manager, S. Forrester, treasurer, C. Leland, personnel 
manager, A. Horton, publicity manager, D. Kiser, business manager. 



Soprano I 

Baker, Sally 
Beaird. Marjorie 
Benton, Betty 
Comfort, Beverly 
Delaney, Louise 
Freeman, Lou 
Gallagher, Karen 
Kiser, Dianne 
Knapp, Linda 
Knapp, Nancy 
Leland, Candy 
Reynolds, Rebecca 
Smith, Jackie Lou 
VanNest, Elizabeth 
Wagner, Linda 



Soprano II 

Arthur, Kris 
Bonney, Sharon 
Byers, Meribeth 
Cobb, Linda 
Horton, Ann 
Jenkins, Lila 
Lund, Ingrid 
Meith, Nicki 
Moore, Berkley 
Moorhead, Bess 
Orvin, Donna 
Page, Nancy 
Piercy, Day 
Porter, Margaret Ann 
Roberts, Lucy 
Tall, Linda 
Wilson, Ann 
Wright, Nina 
Wyngaarden, Patty 



Alto I 

Bay, Barbara 
Bole, Bobbi 
Bressman, Barbara 
Dame, Dianne 
Dame, Suzanne 
Gadd, Billie 
Garfside, Nancy 
Gustafson, Mary Lu 
Horton, Vangie 
Howard, Pat 
Jackson, Connie 
James, Alice 
Knobe, Noelle 
Martin, Jeanie 
Raetz, Stephanie 
Reed, Carolyn 
Scott, Beth 
Shaner, Barbara 
Wherret, Whitney 

Alto II 

Berghorn, Linda 
Bloemeke, Lynn 
Camp, Gail 
Gaus, Elizabeth 
Groce, Ann 
Havens, Cindy 
Kelly, Leslie 
Knott, Ginny 
Meservey, Tina 
Peterson, Cindy 
Piper, Pat 
Schrieber, Susan 
Shepard, Virginia 
Talton, Jenny 
Voltz, Karen 
Walsh, Kathy 
Wenrich, Paige 




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Weekly practices help the Women's Glee Club prepare for their con- 
certs each semester. 



Angelus ad pastores ait . 



Absolute attention is required for multipart singing. 



With the addition of new mem- 
bers from the Women's Chorus, the 
Glee Club began its preparation for 
the Spring Concert presented in 
April. In addition to its own con- 
cert, the Club also helped with the 
Chapel Choir's presentation of its 
Spring Oratorio. As an effort to 
relax after the year's strenuous pro- 
gram, the combined Glee Clubs 
held a cabin party. 




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MADRIGAL SINGERS 

The Madrigal Singers under the 
direction of Dr. William Klenz il- 
lustrated his lecture "Dante in 
Music: Echoes, Reverberations, and 
Reflections." They sang the four 
Gregorian Chants of the souls in 
The Divine Comedy and two Italian 
Renaissance Madrigals with lyrics 
taken from The Divine Comedy. 
The annual Christmas concert was 
entirely sacred music: a villancio 
"0 Reyers Magos" by Juan del 
Encina climaxed the program. Anna 
Hieder directed the spring concert 
which included Medieval and Ren- 
aissance music by English and 
Flemish writers. 



Dr. William Klenz leads the singers in a re- 
hearsal session. 





A concert in the Music Room captures the Christmas spirit. 




Attention focuses simultaneously on music and direction. 



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Clarinets are frequent soloists in the Concert Band's selections. 



CONCERT BAND 

Varying its music from classical to modem, the 
Duke Concert Band presents six concerts and a 
"Kiddies Konzert" each year on campus. In the 
spring the group tours the Middle Atlantic states, 
including in its performances works written by lead- 
ing composers expressly for the Concert Band. On 
occasion well known performers have played with 
the band; for example, Stan Getz gave a surprise 
performance with the band this fall. 

By demanding individual practice and two weekly 
rehearsals, the band maintains its serious approach 
to music and its reputation as a first-rate musical 
group. To counterbalance their serious pursuits the 
band members relax on a fall retreat and a spring 
weekend. 




Lawn concerts are a favorite part of the Concert Band's scheduled 
activities each year. 



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SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

The Duke Symphony Orchestra utilizes the talent 
of both university and community, with membership 
based on auditions. This year was in a sense a 
divided one; Dr. Allan Bone conducted the first per- 
formance in November, featuring Giorgio Ciompi 
and Leslie Parnas in Brahms' Double Concerto, be- 
fore leaving on sabbatical. In January, a chamber 
concert of Bach music celebrated the arrival of the 
new harpsichord. Dr. Paul Bryan assumed leader- 
ship of the orchestra in Dr. Bone's absence, directing 
the March concert with Artur Balsam, pianist, as 
soloist, as well as the small orchestra concert in May. 
For this occasion a smaller group was chosen from 
the Symphony to present a program of eighteenth cen- 
tury Viennese music. Pianist Lauren Withers was 
featured soloist. 




Anxious minutes before the concert. 




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Media 




PUBLICATIONS BOARD 

The Publications Board acts as publisher for the 
official undergraduate publications; and, as such, it 
controls financial matters, elects editors and business 
managers, and helps to solve problems arising in the 
various areas of publication. 

This year the Board re-evaluated the student publi- 
cations in an attempt to resolve the dissatisfaction 
expressed by board members, editors, and the stu- 
dent body. The Board also sponsored the Bassett 
Lecture and Workshop Series. 



Dr. Joel Colton, Chairman. 



Sitting: E. Wishart, D. Manning, Dr. J. Colton, Dr. 0. Ferguson, J. Creswell, S. Reynolds, J. Buffington. Standing: L. Norwood, D. Fleck, D. Bell- 
man, B. Swennes, M. Shaw, Secretary. Not pictured: D. Birkhead, J. Fleet, J. Darland, Mr. W. Griffith, Mr. S. Harward, Dr. S. Heninger, Dr. J. 
Howard. 




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Norm Smith, assistant editor. 



Judi Rudolf, editor. 



CHANTICLEER 




John Freeman, business manager. 



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Jim Sneeringer, head photographer. 




Tom McLain, photography editor. 



Each year Duke's annual, the Chanticleer, seeks 
to capture the spirit and life of the University during 
the academic year. Two staffs, editorial and busi- 
ness, work together to put out the book. The editorial 
staff is concerned with the copy and photographs 
which appear in the annual. The business staff han- 
dles finances, contracts, and the classes section. 

This year several innovations were made in the 
annual. First, more color was utilized throughout 
the publication. The type of printing was changed 
from letterpress to offset, which enabled greater free- 
dom in planning and working within the book. In 
design, a free mosaic layout was adopted. Effi- 
ciency was increased by a larger staff under a new 
staff organization. Finally, a new philosophy was 
adopted in which organizations and university life 
were represented through activities rather than 
through formal, posed pictures, in an attempt to pro- 
duce a more natural and accurate picture of Duke 
1965-66. 




Jo Humphreys, copy editor. 



Kaki Humphreys, assistant copy editor. 





SECTION HEADS: Seated left to right: J. Wood, academics and distinguished professors; J. Breslau, Greeks; J. Horn, organizations; B. Brink- 
meyer, organizations. Standing: D. Crary, honoraries and beauties; K. Boger, sports; A. Ross, classes and index; P. Morrison, personalities. 




S. Doerner, division pages and cover design. 




BUSINESS STAFF: Seated, left to right: S. Reynolds, co-ed business 
manager; M. Ratelle, assistant business manager. Standing: V. Zam- 
betti, assistant business manager. 



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CHRONICLE 

OPEN HOUSES ON . . . DUKE 
ANNOUNCES EXPANSION . . . 
FOOD FOR THOUGHT? ... OB- 
SCENITY ON THE QUAD . . . 
TWISTED JUSTICE . . . 

The staccato patter of headlines 
reflects events on a fast-moving 
campus. The Duke Chronicle cov- 
ers a wide scope of campus activi- 
ties, publishes the often-sizzling 
letters to the editor, and comments 
on a span of issues ranging from 
the students' role in the Fifth 
Decade to stack permits for seniors 
enrolled in graduate courses. 

Editorial campaigns included a 
variety of specific topics. Ideas on 
open-open houses and the coordi- 
nate college system reflected a lib- 
eral view of the student-University 
relationship. Academic issues were 





Libby Falk, editor. 




William Ackerman, business manager. 



also targets. A C^ronicZe-requested 
sound-off night was sponsored by 
the Forum and gave students a 
chance to voice complaints and 
criticism. Cartoons and columns 
livened up the editorial page. Ma- 
terial of a lighter nature appeared 
in "Last Word", and the new Per- 
sonals column gave rise to much 
anonymous expression of opinion. 



Managing editors Dave Birkhead and Ed 
Grant confer on a layout. 



Reporters work on their articles. 




202 



Cogs in the Chronicle's newsgath- 
ering machinery shifted into gear 
twice weekly to turn out the latest 
in campus developments. News 
pages were under the direction of 
the two managing editors. Sopho- 
more news editors were responsible 
for news coverage and supervision 
of freshmen reporters. The feature 
staff wrote in-depth reports on inter- 
esting activities, and photographers 
spotlighted major events, features, 
and editorial topics. 

The sports staff kept Duke fans 
abreast of athletic activities. The 
Benchwarmer commented on ath- 
letic issues from basketball to 
superball. 

Advertising and circulation were 
handled through the business staff. 
Circulation was expanded to reach 
faculty members as well as out-of- 
town subscribers. 



Tower of campus thought and action? 




L. to r.: Jon Wallas, sports editor; Don Bellman, associate editor. 
Not pictured: Don Manning. 




Business staff, /. to r.: S. Tice, D. Wolf, M. 
Shahan. 




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ARCHIVE 




The Archive staff worked long and diligently to 
alienate freshmen and influence Pub Board this year. 
Jini Rambo, editor, looked out the window and wrote 
autobiographies. Fred Daugherty, fiction editor, ate 
energets and calmly laughed. Nancy Rottenberg, 
poetry editor, wove ponchos and read Patchen. John 
Close, her assistant, grew a beard and answered ques- 
tions on Spain. Jane Darland, art editor, who made 
collages, was the girl in the black raincoat. Steve 
Garavelli, freshman, spoke of Nietzsche, Donne, 
Chardin, and Heilein. Harlan Dodson, Paul Sommer- 
villa, and Worth Boone, the business staff, made 
fortunes by charging gas money to the budget. This 
year Peer and Archive were for the first time friendly 
(The Peer staff didn't have a couch in their office). 
The Chronicle only panned us five or six times, and 
the English department invited us to a few of their 
parties. It was a success, we hope, 65-66. J. R. 



Jini Rambo, editor. 





F. Daugherty, fiction editor. 



N. Rottenberg, poetry editor. 




Harlan Dodson, business manager. 



S. Garavelli, assistant; D. Gohdes, exchange 
editor; J. Close, assistant poetry editor. 



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Peer staff members discuss ideas at the Ivy Room. 



Maria Shaw, managing editor. 



PEER 



Bob Carney, business manager. 




Practically nobody remembers 
when the floor of the Peer office 
was last painted. Anyway, it is now 
very filthy. . . . The walls are fairly 
clean; they were painted only a 
couple of years ago. ... A few wall 
areas are graced with drawings 
done by staff members, friends, and 
casual visitors, and the two bulletin 
boards with old cartoons, jokes, 
and nasty notes. . . . These things 
are, however, secondary to the most 
overwhelming characteristic of 303 
Flowers — the incredible mess on 
the desks — great mounds of paper 
and pencils and pens and garbage 
and a dried-up glue pot and scissors 
and old magazines of all types and 
coffee cups and empty cigarette 
packs. . . . How the staff can work 
in such a sty and still turn out a 
great (humor- feature) magazine is 
really beyond anyone's compre- 
hension. P.C. 



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Playbill staff, /. to r.: Larry Friedman, business manager; Mike Smull; Phil Graitcer, editor. 



PLAYBILL 



The Duke Playbill, patterned after Broadway's 
Schubert Playbill, furnishes the programs for major 
.University attractions. Published for productions 
including performances of the Duke Players, the 
Hoof 'n Horn show, Glee Club concerts, and the 
Artists' Series, these programs provide critical re- 



views, program notes, and brief biographical ma- 
terial about the performers. In addition to their 
work in publishing the creative magazine, staff mem- 
bers have the chance to meet such performers as 
Pierre Boulez, John Ogden, and Artur Rubinstein. 



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Larry Norwood, editor. 



Tom Fegley, business manager. 



DUKENGINEER 

The DukEngineer is published by 
the students of the College of Engi- 
neering in order to promote greater 
interest in the extra-curricular ac- 
tivities of the college. The publica- 
tion also serves as a medium which 
recognizes the accomplishments of 
individual engineers and helps to 
promote better relationships be- 
tween the students and faculty. 
Since its founding, the DukEngineer 
has become one of the nation's finest 
college engineering magazines. 

This year, in direct accord with 
their purposes, the magazine's edi- 
tors continued the "Reader's Ex- 
pressions" department, which allows 
the students and faculty free com- 
ment on anything within the College 
of Engineering, and with the help 
of their staff sponsored an engineers' 
basketball tournament. 




Staff, seated, I. to r.: R. Gould, M. Morrison. Standing: J. Moreng, 
T. Edgar. 



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Left to right: W. Brown. G. Warner, B. Boyarsky, K. Vosburgh, J. Rairigh, D. Nagel, T. Moser, P. Engel, J. Henry, B. Veatch, L. Steckmest, J. 
Futch, T. Hall, F. Haywood, F. Shurcliff, P. Conroy, K. Richardson, B. Erwin, J. Divine. 




With his hand poised over the controls, the announcer begins the 
show. 



WDBS 

Since its organization in 1947, WDBS has con- 
tinually worked to improve its facilities and to bring 
news and entertainment to Duke students. Work at 
the station provides students with opportunities for 
experience in announcing, sales, advertising, account- 
ing, engineering, and the managerial fields of radio 
communications. 

MSGA officially organized the station as a student 
activity in 1951. In 1957 WDBS became the first 
college radio station to broadcast twenty-four hours 
a day, and the following year it was voted the out- 
standing student station in the country. That year 
the station also formed the Duke Sports Network to 
feed football and basketball games to other radio 
stations, and since that time numerous awards have 
been presented to WDBS. Last year the station 
moved to East Campus, where new offices and studios 
provided members with facilities equal to those of 
the area's commercial stations. 

During the year the station maintains daily broad- 
casts of music and news. In addition, it covers spe- 
cial events at Duke including sports, campus elections, 
and guest speakers and singing groups. 



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As the announcer introduces a record, preparation is already in pro- 
cess for the next recording. 



On the air in thirty seconds. 





Music to study by flows from the turn table into the mikes and is 
transmitted over the Duke area. 



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Seated, I. to r.: B. Rugh, B. McWilliams, R. Repass, president. 
Standing: T. Powers, K. Griffiths. 



ENGINEERS' 

RADIO ASSOCIATION 

The Engineers' Radio Association was founded in 
the 1930's in order to offer the engineers at Duke 
an opportunity to gain practical knowledge and ex- 
perience in the field of radio-electronics. The Asso- 
ciation operates its own amateur radio station, has 
facilities for radio telegraphy and telephony, and in 
addition has a radio teletype. During the past years 
the club has received numerous local and national 
awards for the operation of its radio station; many 
of its members have worked stations in most of the 
states and on all of the continents. 



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RADIO COUNCIL 

Since 1951 the Radio Council has 
served as the board of directors for 
radio station WDBS. The council 
makes major policy decisions, elects 
and advises the station managers, 
and approves the budget. At least 
five meetings are held each year, 
with additional meetings when 
necessary. Chairman of the council 
is Professor Joseph P. Wetherby; 
and members include the Dean of 
Undergraduate Women, Dean of 
Undergraduate Men, Dean of the 
Engineering School, Director of 
Student Activities, and student 
representatives from Trinity Col- 
lege, Woman's College, College of 
Engineering, and the Nursing 
School. 




L. to r.: J. Wickersham, Dean Wilson, Mr. Griffith, T. Gilbert, B. 
Veatch, J. Boughton, station manager; J. Futch, L. Steckmest, A. 
Ross, B. Elliott. Not pictured: Mr. Wetherby, chairman; Dean Cox. 



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A debater presents his case in a practice session. 



DEBATE TEAM 

Participating in the only purely 
intellectual intercollegiate competi- 
tion, the Duke Debate Team has 
brought recognition to the Univer- 
sity for its high quality of perfor- 
mance since the days of Trinity 
College. The primary purposes of 
the group are to develop in each 
member the ability to think and 
speak clearly and effectively and 
to offer the opportunity for stu- 
dents to learn the techniques of 
analysis, reasoning, and refutation. 

Members debated in a number 
of intercollegiate competitions this 
year on the role of law enforce- 
ment agencies. In addition, in 
March, the Debate Team again 
sponsored the Duke Coaches Invi- 
tational Tournament. 



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An open-air fonim on West. 



DUKE FORUM 

The Duke Forum was organized 
in 1964 by a group of concerned 
undergraduates, graduate and pro- 
fessional students, and faculty mem- 
bers. Its main purpose is to provide 
as many ways as possible for the dis- 
cussion and debate of controversial 
issues. The "ways" include open- 
air forums, house debates, and 
evening programs, such as the 
Sound Off. At the open-air forums 
anyone on campus is encouraged to 
speak out on any topic. This year 
the symposium speakers, Addiss and 
Crofut, and Herbert Aptheker par- 
ticipated in the forums. 



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Students hear the views of Lawrence Lipton. 



Phil Lader, Symposium chainnan. 



SYMPOSIUM 

This year's Symposium brought together four 
nationally-known figures of diverse backgrounds to 
debate "A Question of Values." This topic centered 
on man's search for meaning amidst contemporary 
theological reform and scientific revolution. Harvey 
Cox, author of The Secular City, expressed the opin- 
ion that the traditional Christian moral code is an 



SYMPOSIUM COMMITTEE. First row, left to right: G. Grant, P. Vinten-Johansen, C. Bunch, P. Lader, L. Smith, D. Henderson, R. Waldman. 
Second row: J. Hewes, M. Earle, J. Levine. Third row: D. Hopkins, R. Hyde, D. Smith, J. Alden, R. Reifsnyder, K. Clauset, M. Bryant. 




anachronism in the nuclear age. Russell Kirk, 
famed conservative spokesman, suggested that the 
real crisis is in the values that remain constant as 
man's existence alters. Opposing his view, Harriet 
Pilpel, New York attorney, felt that the government 
must establish a closer relationship between its con- 
stituents' morals, mores, and legal mandates. The 
final speaker, Lawrence Lipton, argued that the 
Judeo-Christian moral code is immoral and should 
be rewritten in favor of a new morality. 

Although the 1965 Symposium could not offer 
categorical answers to questions of values, it did offer 
the opportunity for the campus to consider and dis- 
cuss valuable questions. The Symposium was awarded 
a $1,500 grant by the S&H Foundation for its signifi- 
cant contribution to campus affairs. 



Harriet Pilpel speaks for women's rights. 





Harvey Cox discusses today's morals at a Symposium seminar. 



The panel answers questions from the floor. 




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Miecreaiionat 




Tom Lemly, Chairman of the Board of Gover- 
nors. 



Board of Governors. Seated, I. to r.: A. Freiberg, M. Proctor, L. Greg- 
ory, T. Lemly, L. Haberset, Mrs. Ella Pratt, J. Elbert. Standing, I. 
to r.: Mr. William Griffith. R. Ervin, B. Doyle, J. .\lexander, D. Hel- 
ler, W. MiUer. 



STUDENT UNION 

Each year the Student Union, through the work 
of the Board of Governors and seven committees 
provides the university with a varied program of 
extra-curricular activities. There are three commit- 
tees whose major concern is entertainment. The 
Major Attractions Committee brings well-known tal- 
ent to Duke; this year their programs included Ian 
and Sylvia, the Lettermen, Marcel Marceau, and the 
Tijuana Brass. The Performing Arts Committee 
presents a stimulating program of the best in the 
performing arts. The New York Pro Musica and 
Olatungi were highlights of the year. The Social 



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Board of Chairmen, seated, I. to r.: J. Bernstein, B. Post, B. Elliott, 
J. Dunn. Standing: R. Huntington, B. Jordan, R. Ervin, R. Whitley, 
J. Coil. 



Committee provided such activities as football open 
houses, candlelight cabarets, the singing of Dionne 
Warwick, and the appearance of Miss Mississippi. 
Two other committees are concerned with educa- 
tional events. The Campus Services Committee ac- 
tivities included a Last Lecture Series and a seminar, 
"The Use of Securities in Personal Investment." The 
Educational Affairs Committee sponsored a major 
speakers series including addresses by George Mc- 
Govern and Malcolm Cowley. Another Union com- 
mittee, Visual Arts, presented its annual art show 
and two film festivals. Publicity for all the Union- 
sponsored events was provided by the Publicity 
Committee. 





Dave Brubeck on a piano. 



Joe Morello conducts a clinic on improvisation in music. 



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Joe Morello at the drums, Eugene Wright on bass. 



The Lettermen in concert. 




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Students ponder over a kinetic sculpture display. 





Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass. 




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A blanket concert in the Indoor Stadium. 



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A unique entertainer, Marcel Marceau. 



Ian and Sylvia perform at Homecoming. 




Performing Arts Committee presents the Paul Winter Jazz Ensemble. 



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"The dance offers you a vision of your humanity 
enobled, winged, soaring." Jose Limon. 




Dionne Warwick, a highlight of Carolina weekend. 



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L. to r.: J. Alden, chairman of Winter Weekend; M. Bryant, chair- 
man ot Steering Committee; S. Schorr, chairman of Joe College. 

A! Hirt and his fabulous trumpet. 




UNIVERSITY 
WEEKENDS 
STEERING 
COMMITTEE 

The University Weekends Steer- 
ing Committee acts as the policy- 
making body for two of the major 
university weekends, Joe College 
and Winter Weekend. Members 
consist of the Winter Weekend and 
Joe College committees and repre- 
sentatives from all major campus 
organizations. These members work 
together in scheduling and planning 
programs for the two weekends. 

Again this year the theme of 
Winter Weekend was Mardi Gras, 
and West Campus chapter rooms 
and commons rooms were decorated 
for the occasion. On Friday night 
IFC sponsored a dance with Wayne 
Cochran and the C.C. Riders and 
the Drifters. Saturday night fra- 
ternities and independents held 
their own parties. 

Joe College Weekend began on 
Thursday night with the annual 
float building. Friday afternoon 
was the parade, and that night the 
Supremes and Fred Smoot enter- 
tained the campus. The Saturday 
afternoon lawn concert featured 
Al Hirt; and, as further entertain- 
ment, each night Hoof 'n' Horn 
presented "Pajama Game." 



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Wayne Cochran and the C.C. Riders at Winter Weekend. 







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The Beach Boys, one of the highlights of Joe College 



Students listen to the Joe College lawn concert in the gardens. 



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SAILING CLUB 

The Duke Sailing Club is open 
to all students who are interested 
in pleasure sailing or racing. Mem- 
bers participate in Sunday sailing 
trips to Kerr Lake and race in inter- 
collegiate regattas. Classes for be- 
ginning sailors are also held. 

Last spring the Duke sailors 
placed second in the South Atlantic 
Intercollegiate Sailing Association 
championship and first in the Duke 
Regatta. This year during spring 
vacation the club rented a fifty-two 
foot ketch, and fourteen club mem- 
bers sailed in the Bahamas for a 
week. 




Judi Rudolf, president. 



Micki Page sails the sunfish on a broad reach. 



DUKE SPORTS CAR CLUB 



The Duke Sports Car Club was founded in 1959 
in order to broaden the interest in sports cars among 
both owners and enthusiasts on the Duke Campus. 
Membership in the club is open to anyone showing 
such an interest and a willingness to support the club 
in its activities. 

As major functions the club stages rallies and 
gymkhanas, both for its members and for other en- 
thusiasts in the area. The organization also provides 
information about the events of other local clubs, 
and it can arrange for members to work as flagmen 
and timers at Virginia International Raceway and 
at Sebring. 



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The Mustang maneuvers. 



On your mark . . . 





Outing Club members visit the mountains of North Carolina. 




Approaching the peak. 



Dick Yeaton, president; Kathy Cosnell, secretary. 




DUKE 

OUTING 

CLUB 

Throughout the year the Duke Outing Club main- 
tains an active program for those students who 
are interested in caving, canoeing, camping, and 
climbing. In addition, there are opportunities for 
students to take shooting, scuba diving, and skiing 
trips. 

Exploration was the keynote of the club this year, 
and D.O.C. had a large turnout for all of its trips. 
Excursions were made to the mountains of western 
North Carolina, to the caves of Virginia, and to 
Satterwhite Point on Kerr Lake. One of the high- 
lights of the year was a skiing trip to the North 
Carolina resorts during semester break. All of the 
activities were conducted with the help of the club's 
advisor, Dr. Furbish. 



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Another basket? 



Kathy Murray executes a dive in a WRA swim meet. 



WRA 

WRA sponsors a women's sports program at the 
university. All undergraduate women are members 
of the association, but the actual working body is the 
WRA Board, consisting of two representatives from 
each dorm, a representative for each interdorm sport, 
and the executive officers. 

Each year WRA organizes tournaments between 
dormitories and between sororities in such sports as 
Softball, swimming, volleyball, bowling, tennis, and 
badminton. In addition, the association sponsors 
Terpsichorean and Nereidian clubs. Recently WRA 
expanded its program to include, on an invitational 
basis, intercollegiate competition in several sports 
including hockey and tennis. This year an Orien- 
tation Week picnic and attendance at the state WRA 
meeting were added features of the year's schedule. 




Betty Haley, president. 



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Sandy Hackney improvises in "Back Porch.' 



Floating in modified star formation. 



TERPSICHOREAN 

Terpsichorean, sponsored by 
WRA, seeks to increase the techni- 
cal skills and choreographic insight 
of its dancers. Under the direction 
of Mrs. Julia Wray and president 
Peggy Hackney, members attended 
weekly workshops and modern 
dance classes given by the physical 
education department and presented 
a spring concert. In addition, for 
the first time, the club participated 
this year in a festival concert en- 
titled "Joy!", which was presented 
in December. 



Partners perform. 




NEREIDIAN 

Nereidian offers the women of 
Duke the opportunity to develop 
their skills in synchronized swim- 
ming. Members presented a demon- 
stration for freshmen during Orien- 
tation Week and spent the remainder 
of the year in preparation for the 
water ballet show presented in 
March this year. Later in the spring 
selected members competed in an 
intercollegiate synchronized swim- 
ming meet. 



Nereidians prepare for alternating ballet legs. 




PEP BOARD 

AND CHEERLEADERS 

"It sounded like everbody in the place was holler- 
ing for Duke," conceded The Daily Tarheel, aptly 
describing the Duke spirit which is promoted by the 
Pep Board and Cheerleaders. By papering the cam- 
pus, painting the bridge, and creating campus-wide 
spirit, the Pep Board prepared for pep rallies, bon- 
fires, and the games. The Cheerleaders, headed by 
indefatigable Al Cone, stepped in leading cheers of 
Go Duke! Under the Arm Pitt! Crunch UNCCH! 
Damn the Deacons! and Wreck Tech! Shouts of the 
Freshmen Hornies and the rest of the student body, 
antics of the Blue Devil, music of the Pep Band, 
and dances of the Cheerleaders filled the stadiums. 
These are the reflections of their spirit, the spirit of 
competition, the spirit of Duke! 




Let's go, DUKE! 




Hornies on the field! 



Pep Board chairmen: Tom Caine, Kiki Mitchell. 




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Cheerleaders: A. Cone, head. K. Humphrey, B. Goodwin, B. Miller, 
J. Reuter, G. Crowell, J. Tate, P. Davis, D. Mason, T. Patch, J. Harris. 



A Pep Board banner flies in front of the chapel. 



Al Cone beats hell out of the tiger. 





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PRE-MEDICAL 
SOCIETY 

The Duke Pre-Medical Society, 
consisting of pre-medical students 
as well as other persons considering 
a medical career, seeks to deepen 
each member's awareness of the 
field of medicine and to foster 
greater interest in the profession. 
The society holds general meetings 
with guest speakers and partici- 
pates in tours of various depart- 
ments of the Medical School. 
Eighteen upperclassmen serve as 
an Advisory Council for freshmen 
pre-meds, and members of the Duke 
Medical School faculty advise up- 
perclassmen. In addition, this year 
for the first time members pub- 
lished a national bi-monthly maga- 
zine, Caduceus. 



Gary Romp, president. 



An operation observed by Pre-Meds. 





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MEMBERS OF THE ORDER 
HIPPOCRATES 
19651966 

Carolyn L. Ray, president 

Rodney H. Lusk, secretary-treasurer 

Sezer Aksel 

James A. Bendon 

William M. Blackshear, Jr. 

Jeffrey M. Brick 

Stephen E. Campbell 

William J. Disotell 

Paul T. Forth, Jr. 

Scott G. Hickman 

Dexter L. Jeffords 

Richard K. Primm 

Walter G. Romp 

Richard H. Snider, Jr. 

William R. Somers 

Nancy W. Stead 

Jon W. Stuebner 

Margaret C. Tyler 

Betty L. Whisnant 



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First row, left to right: S. Lambert, B. Stadiem, D. Zeger, D. Rupp, S. Katz, M. Todorovich. Second row: F. Hipp. G. McClellan, W. Staples, B. 
Binder, R. Fleming, B. Smith, J. Cheetwood, R. Williams, J. Bruce, P. Green. Third row: W. Lind'^ay, T. James, J. Esterline, C. Haughland, J. Wil- 
liams, R. Moss, K. Clark, R. Kale. 



BENCH & BAR 



Each year Bench and Bar presents a program of 
activities designed to give undergraduate students a 
better insight into the study of lav? and the legal pro- 
fession. The purpose of the organization is not to 
develop lawyers, but to acquaint the student body 
with the many legal career opportunities available. 

Throughout the year Bench and Bar presents 
speakers from law schools, law firms, and the govern- 
ment. It also offers a "day in court" and the chance 
for members to participate in mock court trials. 
Through these activities the organization enables 
interested students to investigate law as a possible 
career. 




Left to right: D. Rupp, president, D. Zeger, vice president, S. Katz, 
treasurer. Not pictured: D. Bachelder, secretary. 



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ASCE 



Jim Ake, president. 



The Student chapters of the American Society of 
Civil Engineers have been organized to complement 
the course programs of the civil engineering students. 
The society helps these students to gain insight into 
the new developments in civil engineering, and it 
offers opportunities for them to make professional 
contacts and associations that will be valuable later 
in the pursuance of their careers. 

At Duke the ASCE conducts a series of activities 
during the academic year. These activities include 
discussions of papers that are prepared and presented 
by members of the society, meetings with outside 
speakers, and visits to engineering works under con- 
struction. 



Laboratory experiments give students rewarding experience with the 
problems faced by civil engineers. 



A student studies a three-dimensional map at 
the Engineers' Show. 




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A student explains an exhibit at the Engineering Show. 



Chuck Rogers, president. 



Curious students view an engineering project. 



IEEE 

The Duke student branch of the Institute of Elec- 
trical and Electronics Engineers, the world's largest 
technical organization, gives prospective electrical 
engineers a chance to explore the possibilities of the 
engineering profession and to keep abreast of current 
developments in the field. IEEE programs include 
speakers from the federal government. Research Tri- 
angle Institute, industry, and the Duke faculty, whose 
topics range from bio-medical engineering to the 
latest research in radar systems. Each spring the 
student submitting the best engineering paper travels 
to Atlanta to compete in the Southeastern Regional 
Contest. 




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AIESEC 

AIESEC, a new group on campus, is an interna- 
tional organization that arranges for the exchange 
of business traineeships among member groups from 
different countries. Open to students of economics, 
the program provides practical business experience 
and enables students to learn about ways of life in 
foreign countries. 

The program works on a more or less personal 
basis. Each student contacts business firms in order 
to procure a job for a foreign trainee. In return, 
the student is entitled to go to a foreign country to 
work as a trainee for from two to six months. Activity 
in the exchange is limited to students who have com- 
pleted their sophomore year and six semester hours 
of economics. To work in some countries students 
are required to speak the language of that country, 
but this is not generally the case. 




Kathy Reeves, president, and a friend in Imatra, Finland. 



Betsy DeDyver, Liz Hastings, and Brenda Fagan plan for a summer 
in Europe. 




Sam Bradley takes a call in the AISEC office. 



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Miiiiary 



In order to produce young men 
capable of accepting the leadership 
responsibilities of a naval or Marine 
Corps officer, the Department of 
Naval Science offers to the midship- 
men of the NROTC unit basic naval 
science courses, as well as practical 
experience. In addition to taking 
courses ranging from naval orien- 
tation to celestial navigation and the 
principles of naval engineering, the 



midshipmen gain practical experi- 
ence through summer cruises. On 
cruise the "Middies" gain a first- 
hand knowledge of naval aviation, 
amphibious assault, as well as 
standard shipboard operations. 
Cruises also provide an oppor- 
tunity to see both the United States 
and foreign countries, as often they 
carry the men to a wide variety of 
foreign ports. 





Battalion Staff, /. to r., first row: F. F. Kaufhold, Midshipman Com- 
manding Officer; R. J. Keller, Midshipman Executive Officer. Second 
row: W. L. Dowdy, T. S. Hackett, N. A. Smith. Third row: R. S. 
Thomas, D. K. Edgerton. 



Capt. Caldwell shakes down the midshipmen during captain's inspec- 
tion. 



NROTC 



Company Staffs, /. to r., first row: D. S. Ran- 
dall, Headquarters Company Commander; 
P. W. Pierce, A-Company Commander; R. M. 
White, B-Company Commander. Second row: 
M. R. Manes, S. L. Foushee, D. Watson, W. H. 
Miller. Third row: W. E. Kennedy, R. B. 
Whitley, C. W. Pennington, B. H. Johnson. 



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Unit staff, /. to r., first row: Lt. Cdr. Rumelhardt, USN; Lt. Col. Butner, USMC, Executive Officer; Capt. S. J. Caldwell, USN, Commanding OtBcer; 
Major Grayson, USMC; Lt. Cdr. Stutz, USN. Second row: Lt. Cdr. Cracknell, USN; Sgt. Bowen, USMC; Chief Randall, USN; 1st Class Brannon, 
USN; Chief Phillips, USN; 2nd Class Young, USN; Chief Moretz, USN; Lt. Degnon, USN. 



NROTC drill team passes in review. 



The band plays "Stars and Stripes" during inspection. 





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Captain's inspection. 




The drill team displays championship form at the Pitt game. 




Capt. Caldwell and Midshipman Commander Kaufhold begin an after- 
noon of drill. 



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Unit staff, / to r.: Master Sgt. Price, Major Oldham, Lt. Col. Schlogl, 
Major Wilson, Staff Sgt. Vandessel. Not pictured: Tech. Sgt. Posey. 



AIR FORCE ROTC 

The AFROTC program at Duke 
gives male students the chance to 
earn a commission as Second Lieu- 
tenant in the Air Force Reserve as 
they earn their baccalaureate de- 
grees. After two years of training 
men are selected to enter a two year 
advanced academic program which 
includes drills, leadership labora- 
tory, field training during the sum- 
mer, and flight instruction which 
may lead to a private pilot's license. 

Each year AFROTC sponsors a 
joint review with NROTC; and 
awards, medals, and trophies for 
excellence in corps activities are 
given. Extra-curricular activities in- 
clude the Duke chapter of the 
Arnold Air Society, a national hon- 
orary fraternity, and the Duke Air 
Force Club, a social group. 



Cadet Staff, seated, I. to r.: J. Moxley, C. Stiles, T. Sinclair, H. High. Standing: J. Brindle, J. Ingram, M. Self, W. Fowler, H. Murray, B. Howard, 
R. Morris. 




237 




Major Wilson lectures to one of his AFROTC classes. 



An AFROTC cadet stands at attention by the flags of the Model 
United Nations. 




238 





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Panhellenic Officers; Barb Dean, Secretary; Pam Alexander, Treasurer; 
Dee Ann Woodard, President; Tina Weart, Vice-President. 



PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 

The overall objective of the Wom- 
an's College Panhellenic Council is 
to maintain on a high plane sorority 
life and intersorority relations with- 
in the college. This group of sopho- 
mores, juniors, and seniors is com- 
prised of two representatives from 
each of East Campus' twelve na- 
tional sororities, the president and 
vice-president of the council not 
being included in the individual 
sororities' quotas. 

The major efforts of the 1965-66 
Panhellenic Council were centered 
around the evaluation of the soror- 



ity system at the University and the 
determination of possible improve- 
ments in present procedure. Some 
of the university activities with 
which Panhellenic was concerned 
were Fall Rush, Greek Follies, 
Sigma Chi Derby Day, and coopera- 
tion with the I.F.C. during Greek 
Week and Joe College Weekend. 
In addition, the Council serves as a 
Foster Parent to a Vietnamese child, 
offers a scholarship to a deserving 
student, and organizes ushering ser- 
vice for basketball games. 




Great concentration in Panhel meetings. 



240 




President Dee Ann Woodard thinks it over. Evaluation and discussion lead — hopefully — to a solution of rush problems. 



Each representative expresses her sorority's point of view. 




241 




ALPHA CHI OMEGA 

Alpha Chi's reconvened after 
summer and plunged into prepara- 
tion for rush. With Anne directing 
and the monotone chorus gracefully 
mouthing the words, our rush spirit 
rose to new heights; we ended two 
weeks of confusion with the pledg- 
ing of thirty wonderful girls. A 
semester of excitement had only 
begun; in quick succession came 
Homecoming, Derby Day, the Hal- 
loween party, the Delta Sig beer 
party and Theta Chi football game 
(Alpha Chi Omega — 17, Theta Chi 
— 6!). Our semi-formal highlighted 



first semester social life. Between 
Thanksgiving and Christmas we had 
just enough time for the Christmas 
party and a trip to the old people's 
home. 

Second semester saw the initia- 
tion of pledges and their presenta- 
tion at the annual formal dance. 
Soon it was time for Peanut Pals, 
Greek Week, and Joe College, then 
the Senior Banquet and good-bys; 
we parted with happy memories 
and expectations of another year in 
Beta Upsilon. 



What a rush skit! 



Pamela 
Alexandei 

Carol 
Gelling 

Noelle 

Knobe 
Dorothy 

Rupp 



Sandra 

Althouse 

Cynthia 

Gentithes 

Susan 

Kuntz 

Cvnthia 

Rush 



Catherine 

Babcock 

Kit 

Gnuse 

Candace 

Leland 

Barbara 

Safford 



Sarah 

Baker 

Virginia 

Greene 

Anne Marie 

Lewis 

Linda 

Sancrant 



Susan 
Barnes 

Karla 
Harbin 

Ann 
MacLean 

Beth 

Scott 



Joy 
Brown 
Corinna 

Head 
Marianna 
Marshall 
Dolores 
Shockey 



Dorothy 

Chalk, Pres. 

Catherine Jo 

Helm 

Nancy 

Martin 

Georgeann 

Surbaugh 




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The bridge painted with a double purpose — Homecoming and great 
pledges. 




Nothing like a little relaxation and entertainment. 



Theodosia 
Clark 


Fay 
Banner 


Jennie Lou 
Divine 


Carol 
Dornseif 


Paula 
Dutko 


Martha 
Elfen 


Sandra 
Emerson 


Maryetta 
Eyler 


Gloria 
Garrett 


Beverly 
Higgins 


Jean 
Hoadley 


Mary 
Hollenbeck 


Jane 
Hoover 


Kathy 
Horn 


Margaret 
Jackson 


Sharon 
Kalmbach 


Ann 
Karmiol 


Donna 
Karmiol 


Eileen 
O'Connor 


Meredith 
Parklyn 


Cynthia 
Peterson 


Cindy 
Pilling 


Peggy 
Plant 


Barbara 
Puis 


Rosalie 
Rankin 


Julia 
Reynolds 




Joan 
Tyler 


Elizabeth 

Van Nest 


Ann 
Warren 


Mary Lou 
Warren 


Elizabeth 
Whitmire 


Nancy 
Wischmeyer 


Nina 
Wright 


Mary 
Wyatt 






243 



Ah-h-h, fall . . . studies, yes . . . and sisters! . . . 
exhausting rush . . . excited pledges running to 
Carr . . . devilish Homecoming poster . . . gold fish 
for Bib Sis' . . . enthusiasm award on Derby Day 
. . . violets on Mary Poppins' hats . . . new words 
to Oliver for Follies . . . S'gate vegetables on Hallo- 
ween ... Pi Spirit . . . Phi Kap caroling . . . KA's 
at CP . . . buddy goodies . . . (exams) . . . Retreat! 
. . . guitars, bridge, FOOD, hard -floors, no heat . . . 
white gowns and Hope Valley . . . new sisters . . . 
elections . . . thanks to Judy for a great year . . . 
suntans . . . pins . . . float building ... so long dear 
Seniors . . . (exams) . . . beach ... see you next 
fall for studies, yes . . . and sisters! 




Pawley's^great, as usual. 



ALPHA 
DELTA 
PI 



Bonlyn 

Agan 

Lynn 

Dixon 

Lila 

Jenkins 

Martha 

Montague 

Nora Lee 

Rogers 



Peggy 
Barnhill 
Phyllis 

Eagan 

Leslie 

Jones 

Jane 
Montgomery 

Gail 
Stanley 



Susanna 

Bell 

Jenny 

Fallis 

Karen 

Kandra 

Kathleen 

Moore 

Judy 

Stanley, Pres. 



Charlotte 

Blackmore 

Jeannette 

Farmer 

Eliza 
Kennedy 

Sara 

Moss 
Patricia 
Urbanus 



Jill 

Breslau 

Teresa 

Forrester 

Jeanne 

Little 

Claire 

Murphy 

Ruth 

Wade 



Beth 
Brown 
Cheryl 
Grant 
Donna 
Lombard! 

Judith 
Nicholson 
Kathleen 
Welfare 



Susan 
Brown 
Marian 
Grogan 

Joan 

Long 
Teresa 

Patch 
Susan 
Werber 




244 





Nothing 


but ginger ale 


for ADPi's! 






New carnival 
success. 


party with popcorn 


and snow cones 


is a stomping 


Sue 
Bunck 


Barbara 
Butt 


Joanie 
Carew 


Louise 
Carlisle 


Margaret 
Chandler 


Carolyn 
Cody 


Susan 
Cole 


Karen 
Crane 


Fran 
Darr 


Florence 
Hamrick 


Ellen 
Hancock 


Betsy 
Harmanson 


Barbara 
Haskett 


Carol 
Hodges 


Linda 
Hoffner 


Lynn 
Holmes 


Jean 
Hoppe 




Mary 
Lowe 


Sandra 
Lymberis 


Karlen 
Lyons 


Mary 
Macomber 


Sally 
Mann 


Becky 
Matthews 


Dottie 
McDougle 


Louise 
McLaurin 




Sarabeth 
Pate 


Vicky 
Patton 


Marsha 
Petersen 


Rebecca 
Rhoads 


Verna 
Richards 


Susan 
Richardson 


Ann 
Roberts 


Gwyn 
Robertson 




Jan 
White 


Sally 
White 


Peggy 

Wilcox 


Elizabeth 
Williams 


Helen 
Willis 


Elaine 
Wishart 


Judy 
Wilt 


Olarinda 
Wright 







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245 



ALPHA PHI 



The fall of '65 was a glorious 
melange of renewing old friend- 
ships, making new ones, studying 
madly, and partying gaily. Heavy 
course loads seem lighter because 
of Homecoming, secret buddies, 
study breaks, Derby Day, picnics 
in Duke Forest. After Christmas, 
the semester draws quickly to a 
close. Early second semester, high- 
lighted by the Pledge Dance, seems 
the happiest time of year. Soon 



pledges have another reason to be 
happy as the silver ivy leaves are 
replaced by the gold pin of Alpha 
Phi. Joe College and Greek Week 
are highlights of the spring, as are 
numerous candlelights and showers. 
As the year draws to an end, we 
say bood-by at the Senior Party; 
after exams and a final fling at the 
beach, we go our separate ways 
for the summer. 



New sweatshirts arrive in time for Christmas. 



Sure that's cake you're advertising? 





Ingrid 
Arnold 


Claire 
Bailey 


Vangie 
Horton 


Susan 
Jones 


Bonita 
Reardon 


Karen 

Schuerman 

Pres. 




246 




Let's tell the world! 



Big man on campus? 



Maribeth 
Byers 


Janice 
Crowder 


Linda 
Custard 


Diana 
Dalton 


Anne-Marie 
Dickinson 


Elizabeth 
Ellington 


Bonnie 
Fiedorek 


Denise 
Galant 


Betty 
Herlocker 


Edie 
Kelman 


Margie 
Kutsche 


Margaret 
Litaker 


Patricia 
Maloney 


Dianne 
Mendenhall 


Martha 
Moore 


Kathleen 
Musser 


Carolyn 
Norton 


Lois 
Preston 


Elizabeth 
Scott 


HiUi 
Scribner 


Lucia 

Simpson 


Doris 
Stoessel 


Linnea 
Summers 


Dee 
Vaughan 


Pamela 

Whitney 


Peggy 

Williams 






247 




New pledges are greeted with grins and diet-rite. 



Partying with the Alpha Tau Omega's to the 
sound of "Stubborn Kind of Fella." 




And what did you say you got for Christmas? 




Judith 
Abrams 


Jeanne 
Bannerman 


Dee 
Beale 


Ann Howe 
Billings 


Beverly 
Bittner 


Betsy 

Blackmore 


Susan 
Doerner 


Mary 
Donker 


Edie 
Evans 


Lin 
Fraser 


Christie 
French 


Jeanie 
Gailey 


Virginia 
Iverson 


Joan 
Johnson 


Lynne 
Johnson 


Dianne 
Komminsk 


Marcia 
Mahalley 


Jo Ella 
Manalan 


Cheryl 
Oetter 


Patricia 
Palmer 


Patricia 
Partney 


Christine 
Partridge 


Diana 
Pharr 


Tempa 
Pickard 


Sheryl 
Smith 


Nancie 
Swan 


Jill 
Thompson 


Ethel 
Tinsley 


Ann 
Turner 


Suzanne 
Turner 




248 



DELTA DELTA DELTA 

Summer . . . travel . . . excite- 
ment . . . back to school! A quick 
"hi" to the Alpha Tau Omega's at 
a section party and then — rush, 
those twenty-five new pledges, Delta 
Delta Delta's cheering Homecoming 
Queen Rip Gilbert, the fireside 
warmth and friendship of fall re- 
treats, and western frolics at the 
legendary Delta Delta Delta-Delta 
Tau Delta party. Derby Day, a 
bubbly cocktail party, and frantic 
skit practices for the Follies kept 



us busy 'til Christmas, when singing 
and bringing cheer to the Methodist 
Retirement Home made a happier 
season for the Delta Delta Delta's. 
The New Year brought exams, 
which were quickly forgotten in the 
swishing satin of the Pledge Dance 
and parties and fun on Joe College 
and Greek Weekends. After un- 
winding in the June sun, it was off 
again, for summer . . . travel . . . 
new things to share. 




Not feeling too energetic, huh. 



Sally 
Blackwell 


Barb 
Buckman 


Carolyn 
Carruth 


Darby 
Cook 


Cathy 
Copley 


Martha 
Crutcher 


Judie 
Dalson 


Peggy 
Danielson 


Barbara 
Deering 


Ripple 
Gilbert 


Judith 
Gragg 


Peggy 
Haines 


Nancy 
Hamm 


Marcy 
Haverfield 


Mary 
Hebblewhite 


Wendy 
Herrmann 


Lauren 
Homer 


Kathy 
Irwin 


Marilyn 
McCulloch 


Judith 
McGuire 


Patricia 

Mees 


Janet 
Melson 


Kazie 
Metzger 


Sally 
Miller 


Lynn 
Mosher 


Martha 
Mossman 


Christine 
Nicoll, Pres, 


Candace 
Porter 


Judy Ann 
Porter 


Robin 
Prall 


Myra 
Rogers 


Sandra 
Schinnerer 


Sally 
Shenk 


Margaret 
Sheppard 


Sandy 
Smith 




Jarleth 
Van Meter 


Emily 
Walker 


Julia 
Wanless 


Sally 
Wanless 


Christine 
Weart 


Tommileigh 
West 


Mary 
Wolf 


Susan 
Yearwood 






249 



DELTA GAMMA 

September found the DCs occupied with a busy 
rush, and our wonderful pledges made it all worth- 
while. Fall activities were just beginning, however, 
with Homecoming, the pledges' Halloween party, 
picnics in Duke Forest, and football games at Lazy 
Acres. Christmas cheer abounded at the annual 
cocktail party and in Secret Buddy Week with its 
small gifts and happy stealth. 1966 brought a beauti- 
ful pledge formal, Greek Week, float building, and 
a hesitant good-by to those we have known so well 
and yet so briefly . . . farewell to Betty K's indulgent 
smile, to Sherri's pitch that always seemed a little 
high, to Thais' pink elephants, to Sue J.'s thoughtful 
surprises, to Davidson's bridge painting and Bayles' 
bridge playing, and especially to Libby's spirited 
leadership. 



That exotic, far-away appeal. 








Delta Gamma welcomes new pledges. 



Thais 
Ahrendt 


Sharron 
Bailey 


Cynthia 
Carlton 


Jane 
Carson 


Joyce 
Hayman 


Susan 
Hendrix 


Sheryl 
Mayfield 


Carol 
McCants 


Lisa 
Sander 


Merle 
Schreiber 





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Joe College '65— a < 


;hampagne toast 


with pink elej 


Dhants! 


Mary Eleanor 
Baluss 


Susan 
Bayles 


Rebecca 
Bogard 


Roberta 
Bole 


Judith 
Boreman 


Ware 
Botsford 


Nancy 
Bradley 


Patricia 
Caputo 


Brenda 
Carlson 


Carol 
Christie 


Ann 
Coulter 


Jane 
Darland 


Leslie 
Davidson 


Patricia 
Donohue 


Mary 
Dy^art 


Diane 
Groschke 


Mary 
Gustafson 


Krisli 
Hasskamp 


Gayle 
Henley 


Judy 

Henslee 


Elizabeth 
Hooker 


Margaret 
James 


Jerri 
Jennings 


Sherri 
Johnson 


Sue 
Johnson 


Jacqueline 
Konanz 


Andrea 
Libbey 


Laura 
Milner 


Mary 
Monk 


Eugenia 
Monroe 


Mary 
Morse 


Pamela 
Odell 


Stephanie 
Prochaska 


Barbara 
Ringwald 


Jane 
Roper 




Frances 
Shurcliff 


Mary Elizabeth 
Snyder, Pres. 


Jan 
Springman 


Janine 
Wallin 


Christine 
Ware 


Suzanne 
Weikert 


Patti 
Woolley 


Margaret 
ZeUer 






251 




KAPPA ALPHA THETA 

FALL: Mary Poppins . . . the paris party . . . 
twenty-two great pledges . . . pledging at seven . . . 
breakfast at the Jack Tar . . . Hats at Annamaria's 
. . . Homecoming . . . Derby Day . . . Randy and 
Charlie . . . the mixer with the Beta's . . . Senior 
Kite Nite . . . the Retreat. WINTER: The Christ- 
mas party . . . Exams ... a new semester . . . kites 
on West . . . Initiation ... A Kite of their own. 
SPRING: The Golden Triad . . . Greek Week . . . 
Elections for next year . . . Joe College float-build- 
ing at the warehouse . . . the parade . . . parties . . . 
the Senior Banquet . . . reliving moments shared 
with Theta. 



Paris Originals? 


















Melanie 
Balestra 


Marjorie 
Beaird 


Linda 
Bennett 


Betty 
Brinkmeyer 


Linda 
Brown 


Linda W. 
Brown 


Pamela 
Brown 


Nancy 
CardweU 


Carolyn 
Colwell 


Elizabeth 
Farmer 


Judy 
Fouke 


Ann 
Freiberg 


Susan 
Gait 


Russell 
Gibson 


Betty 
Haley 


Judy 
Hart 


Lucy 
Hendrick 


Wendy 
Higdon 


Connie 
MacLeod 


Brooke 

Mangels 


Boo 
Mathis 


Amanda 
McBride 


Mary Jane 
McNeely 


Pam 
McQueary 


Caryn 
McTighe 


Martha 
Miller 


Margaret 
Montgomery 


Mary 
Saunders 


Martha 
Sawyer 


Susan 
Schreiber 


Peggy 
Schultz 


Maria 
Shaw 


Susan 
Stafford 


Sam 
Stanley 


Dale 
Stansbury 


Molly 
Steiz 




252 




Pledges get ready to win a Derby Day event. 



"Oh! It's a Jolly Holiday with Theta." 



Christine 
Chamberlain 


Patricia 
Connell 


Sally 
Court 


Sally 
Cozart 


Julie 
Davis 


Pamela 
Davis 


Ann 
Dodds 


Louise 
Dowling 


Louise 
Dunlap 


Janet 
Holt 


Melissa 
Hutchins 


Judith 
Hyder 


Ann 
Ince, Pres. 


Catherine 
Jones 


Patsy 
Jordan 


Risse 
Leith 


Jane 
Levine 


Betsy 
Link 


Kay 

NiT 


Sally 
Overaker 


Elizabeth 
Perry 


Pam 
Parker 


Rosie 
Redding 


Kathy 
Reeves 


Carole 
Roberts 


Judith 
Roxey 


Janet 
Sapp 


Merry 
Triplett 


Kristi 
Uddstrom 


Rowena 
Upham 


Karen 
Volz 


Maureen 
Ward 


Wendy 
Williams 


Audrey 
Wilson 


Helen 
Wilson 






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Well, let's discuss it, girls. 



KAPPA DELTA 



Kappa Delta's come through at Derby Day. 





Ann 

Addington 

Dorothy 

Cowart 

Carol 

Heape 

Diane 

Morrison 

Jill 
SjJinger 



'Winken, Blinken, and Nod one 


night . . ." 


Judy 
.\lford 


Margie 
Anderson, Pres. 


Virginia 
Anderson 


Rebecca 
Gulp 


Rosemary 
Dommerich 


Ann 
Earnhardy 


Mary 
HiU 


Kristina 
Hokanson 


Lynn 
Holzapple 


Ann 
Moss 


Laury 
Murray 


Meredith 
Nelson 


Barb 
Schmidt 


Susan 
Shirley 


Mary 
Spencer 




254 



We welcomed twenty-three 
pledges to the KD Emerald City 
as the year began, a bright-colored 
tapestry of football games, Junie 
in the Follies, an endearing pledge 
skit, the Children's Home, KD and 
Kappa pledges battling for grades 
— all woven together with Lucy's 
laugh, Dee Anne's pranks — in short, 
our sisterhood. The winds of Win- 
ter entered the Emerald City . . . 
the retreat, the pledge-active foot- 
ball game, our Christmas party 
with the Phi Kaps for underprivi- 



leged children, and the exchanging 
of gifts within our own circle. 

The greenness of spring was ap- 
proaching as we danced to the wee 
hours at our pledge dance. Time 
flew by as we built our Greek Week 
booth, inspired by last year's vic- 
tory, and worked on the Joe College 
float. For some of us the golden 
college years were over too soon, 
but the full-blown white rose — 
grown in sisterhood — would never 
be forgotten. 




An extra-special Christmas party. 



Linda 
Bemis 
Vicky 
EkvaU 
Linda 
Keane 

Lura 
Payne 

Clo 
Stewart 



Jo Alice 
Bennett 

Ann 

Everhart 

Leslie 

Kelly 

Susan 

Poe 

Rene 

Stubbs 



Elaine 
Bouchard 

Carol 
Farmer 
Rosella 

Kern 

Mary Jane 

Potocki 

Virginia 

Sullivan 



Jacquelyn 

Bowman 

Jean 

Foster 

Judith 

Kneipp 

Jean 

Ransburg 

Marian 
Tenenblatt 



Mary 

Boyd 
Claudia 

Frias 

Carole 
Knutson 

Ann 

Richmond 

Carmen 

Turner 



Lucy 

Brady 

Lynn 

Frost 

Margaret 

Kolodny 

Marsha 

Rinkema 

Margaret 

Valin 



Catherine 

Callaway 

Linda 

Heath 

Carrie 

Marias 

Lynn 

Robbins 

Mary 

Wadsworth 



Carol 

Coburn 

Martha 

Hamill 

Betsy 

May 

Miriam 

Rowland 

Junie 
Willi£im3 



Katherine 

Coe 

Susan 

Harrell 

Jean 

Mayo 

Suzanne 

Rowland 

Dee Anne 
Woodard 




255 



KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 



With the "in Crowd" to lead the 
pack, rush had its usual joys, be- 
sides some tough pledges. The whirl 
began — the customary winning of 
the Beta-Kappa football epic, first 
place on Derby Day, East Beasting 
with the Alpha Delta Pi's plus 
some. Knitting at the retreat, a 
number-one-on-campus scholarship 
banquet, while the pledges kept 
busy under their Texan teacher's 
command. An unusual amount of 
lavalieres, pins, and rings, as Kay 



managed to capture the heart of not 
one man, but a whole group. 1966 — 
initiation, the big fling of the Triad 
in March, the engineering feats of 
Joe College, the continuing elabo- 
rateness of Monmouth Duo, mystery 
men at the Senior Banquet. An in- 
definite stay at Myrtle, graduation 
for the lucky. For the rest, with 
the best wishes of Rheva and the 
gang — see you in the fall for an- 
other go at group fun. 




Barbara 
Badger 


Lorianne 
Baily 


Melinda 
Barker 


Marjorie 
Beckaert 


Barbara 
BeU 


Patricia 
Berg 


Carolyn 
Currie 


Tina 
Deal 


Gretchen 
Dejager 


Nancy 
Dess 


Jane 
Dewalt 


Mary 
Druse 


Jill 
Holmquist 


Julie 
Holmquist 


Katherine 
Humphrey 


Kathy 
Irwin 


Jan is 
Johnson 


Susan 
Johnson 


Maggie 
Moore 


Natalie 
Moore 


Sarah 
Morris 


Susan 
Newman 


Carol 
Newsome 


Betsy 
Nichols 


Gail 
Singleterry 


Barbara 
Sims 


Celia 

Slaughter, 

Pres. 


Julie 
Smith 


Lindi 
Smith 


Lynn 
Stevens 



Ihim/iiil: this early in the afternoon can be fatal 
by dusk. 




256 




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Burned bodies and comicbook minds. 



The leader of the pack. 



Kathleen 

Beylan 

Mary 

Earle 

Nina 

Kamlukin 
Mary 
Peake 

Constance 
Stubbs 



Ann 

Blessing 

Linda 

Eck 

Susan 

Kimball 

Loretta 
Perez 

Sara 
Stubbs 



Bonnie Leigh 

Boehm 

Susan 

Ellis 

Karen 

Kovac 

Sally 

Peterson 

Judith 

Tate 



Lyndail 

Booth 

Lee 

Enfield 

Mary 

Lawver 

Elizabeth 

Rich 

Mary 

Ward 



Betty 

Burke 

Meg 
Everheart 
Elizabeth 
McComb 

Kae 

Robertson 

Marion 

Wiles 



Gretchen 
Capeheart 

Sally 
Froeber 
Marjorie 
Meyers 

Diane 
Rocchio 
Schuyler 
Williams 



Cathy 

Carlile 

Penny 

Fulton 

Marie 

Mickal 

Rebecca 

Roper 

Jan 

Windmiller 



Nancy 
Chockley 

Judy 

Gardiner 

Joan 

Miller 

Virginia 

Shackford 

Patricia 

Wyngaarden 



Genevieve 
Christy 

Charlotte 
Henley 





257 




Pledge dance with the Sigma Kappas — a really good time! 



President Gay inspects. 



Talkative pledges? Well, some. 





258 



PHI MU 



Fall brought the annual retreat 
in Raleigh for Phi Mu's to make 
final plans for rush and another 
year at Duke. The first weeks of 
school were devoted to rush in the 
excitement of getting the best pos- 
sible pledge class. Soon Homecom- 
ing came along, and we all pitched 
in to put together a poster and get 
it to West in time for the festivities. 
With the help of able coaches we 
whipped the Derby Day team into 
shape and showed our true colors 
by winning the Zip Strip. The se- 
mester closed with a Big-Little Sis- 



ter banquet in the Old Trinity Room 
and Christmas carolling parties in 
the holiday spirit. 

To start the new semester oflF 
right, we took over Blair House for 
an evening of dining and dancing 
to honor our pledges, making them 
true members. Joe College and 
Greek Week were also tops on the 
list of spring activities. The semes- 
ter and another year closed with a 
farewell to the Seniors at our tradi- 
tional picnic. With this farewell, 
another happy year ended. 





Linda 
Allred 


Louise 
Bibb 


Pauline 
Bower 


Rebecca 
Burgess 


Jean 
Cameron 


Diana 
Duckworth 


Katharine 
Flory 


Susan 
Fox 


Mary 
Fudge 


Donna 
Hicks 


Patricia 
Hurdle 


Charleene 
Jordan 


Nancy 
Knapp 


Georgiandra 
Little, Pres. 


Martha 
McVay 


Anne 
Martin 


Linda 
Mason 


Linda 
Overhelson 


Carolyn 
Reed 


Martha 
Ritter 


Elizabeth 
Rock 


Martha 
Speck 


Emily 
Wyatt 






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PI BETA PHI 




Beautiful harmony — how about learning the 
words. 



Whatcha doin', Benson? 




Pi Beta Phi — a composite of 
faces, but more, a composite of 
shared experiences and feelings. 
RUSH — a frenzied planning, buf- 
falo fur and Alice pinafores, songs 
and laughing, despair and rejoicing. 
PLEDGING — the gradual recogni- 
tion of faces, a bedroom slipper 
workshop, exercises in the frosty 
dawn, a pledge paddle hastily 
signed in the Union, cigar smoke 
in Rat Court. SISTERHOOD— the 
retreat fire with hot chocolate and 



sleeping bag stories, Sound Off 
with the Edina yell, meetings in Carr 
with talking and cookies, hands 
linked in candlelight, midnight ses- 
sions in the dorm, ginger ale and 
popcorn, Christmas carolling and 
icy hands, famous Senior trips to 
the Ivy Room, discussions, the now, 
the future ... PI BETA PHI— a 
composite of girls who remember 
these things, coming and going, 
sharing the years. We leave behind 
more than faces and names. 



Nancy 
Aikens 


Sarah 
Anderson 


Jo 
Benson 


Linda 
Black 


Becky 
Bloomer 


Janet 
Bolinger 


Christine 
Evans 


Sally 
Foote 


Karen 
Gallagher 


Betty 
Griffeth 


Lucy 
Gruy 


Kathy 
Haberstick 


Katharine 
Humphreys 


Bobbie 
Keene 


Karen 
Kelley 


Mary Lynn 
Kelso 


Brenda 
Koll 


Tania 
Lang 


Karen 
Mitchell 


Anne 
Mize 


Esther 

Moger 


Katherine 
Murray 


Virginia 
Naylor 


Polly 
Ott 


Marni 
Skolny 


Beth 
Slocum 


Sharon 
Smith 


Sam 
Stackman 


Betsy 
Strawji 


Betsy 
de Vyver 




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Care for some tea? 








Janet 
Broderson 


Barbara 
Buerger 


Stella 
Cole 


Susan 
Compton 


Barbara 
Dean 


Abigail 
Doggett 


Mary 
Donohue 


Molly 
DuBois 


Sally 

Ervin 


Susan 
Hagist 


Carol 
Hargan 


Nancy 
Harvey 


Dee Dee 
Hassler 


Elizabeth 
Hastings 


Rene 
Hebble 


Jeremy 
Hewes 


Chrissy 
Hoelle 


Josephine 
Humphreys 


Gayle 
Lee 


Luray 
Lindgren 


Sandra 
Lindgren 


Karen 
Lundry 


Lucie 
Mason 


Louise 

Mathews 


Anne 
McCoy 


Terry 

Mechling 


Anne 
Meyer 


Sarah 
Patterson 


Elizabeth 
Phillips 


Paula 
Phillips 


Paula 
Plamondon 


Peggy 
Pyle 


Jerilyn 
Renter 


Pam 
Reynolds 


Beth 

Shand 


Sally 
Simons 


Marguerite 
Weaver 


Sally 
Webb 


Barb 
Weiland 


Tracy 
Whittaker 


Gay 

Williams, 

Pres. 


Wendy 
Winkler 


Kathy 
Wright 


Carolyn 
Zimmerman 






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Rushees and sisters get acquainted. 





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SIGMA KAPPA 



A retreat to Kerr Lake began 
the year as Sigmas laid plans for 
rush. Returning to classes, we were 
happy to hear that 60% of the 
chapter had made the Dean's List. 
A pizza dinner honored our pledg- 
es; then we were caught up in a 
myriad of activities: Homecoming, 



the Follies, pledges' lavaliering, the 
Red Room mobile contest, and the 
Founder's Day tea. We celebrated 
Christmas at the home of an alum- 
na, Mrs. Howard Haines — the New 
Year brought an exam break party 
to honor members whose birthdays 
fell outside the school months — 



and on Valentine's Day the pledge 
formal climaxed an initiation pro- 
cess that began with Friendship 
Week. The rest of the year went 
like a flash: Joe College, retreats, 
the senior banquet, and one last 
trip to the beach, before we split 
apart after another happy year. 




Margaret 
Allen 


Constance 
Berg 


Sallie 
Brown 


Claudia 
Conn 


Barbara 
Dotson 


Deborah 
Fain 


Ann 
Gerald 


Kathy 
Gosnell 


Carol Jean 
Goter 


Annette 
Johnson 


Ingrid 
Lund 


Susan 
MacGraham 


Judy 
McKnight 


Jane 
Morrison 


Pamela 
Morrison 


Barbara C. 
Nichols, Pres. 


Abigail 
Norfleet 


Teresa 
Palmer 


Patrice 
Patterson 


Margaret 
Stradley 


Diane 
Strickland 


Carolee 
Walton 


Linda 
Ware 






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Zetas' winning Homecoming poster. 



At the Oriental Party — a little silent contemplation. 



Brenda 

Abercrombie 

Stephanie 

Deen 

Mary Ann 

King 

Marcia 

Proctor 



Jackie 
Acree 
Debbie 
DeMuro 
Eleanor 
Kinney 
Betsy 
Ramsey 



Nancy 
Bagley 
Marion 
Dorsett 

Sandi 
Kisner 
Caroline 

Reid 



Betsy 
Beineke 
.Sally 
Ebert 
Betsy 
Klise 
Gerry 
Richardson 



Jeanne 

Belvin 

Kathleen 

Fairbum 

Ruthanne 

Lamason 

Pat 

Rose 



Kristine 
Bergelin 
Katherine 
Fiaccone 

Lynne 

Leininger 

Marion 

Ross 



Ellen 

Bers 

Mary 

Grcich 

Alayne 

Livingston 

Patricia 

Rouzer 



Patricia 
Binns 
Patsy 
Hall 
Terry 
Lowenbach 
Jane 
Salmon 



Kristin 
Birkness 

Susan 
Hanabury 

Trude 
Lowenbach 

Cookie 
Sapinsley 




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ZETA TAU ALPHA 

Zeta's converged on campi, still 
feeling the spirits from our beer 
picnic at Lazy Acres last spring. In 
a last-ditch effort at organizing (?) 
rush, we retreated to the woods of 
Camp Crabtree. It worked! "The 
Group" increased to carry on the 
stellar traditions. 

Thanks to Ronni and the Crow, 
Zeta took it . . . first place in the 
Homecoming posters! We made 
our usual showing at Sigma Chi 
Derby Day (both on the field and 
in the section). Our prowess came 
through, however, when "Katha- 
rine's Killers" stomped the Sigma 
Nu's in football, 13-6. In spite of 



a few minor casualties (P. Jackson's 
motorcycle feat. Bunny's football 
kneecap, and Honda burns suffered 
by Patty, Celine, Berk, DeMuro, 
and Sapp), everyone managed to 
show up for the Christmas cocktail 
party, ending the semester with 
cheer. 

Zeta Week climaxed with the 
Pledge Dance (even Burch made it 
home) and initiation. They finally 
know the mystic goodies! Ah, 
spring! Beach weekends, days at 
the Eno, nights at the UG — and 
exams. Then back to the beach for 
a final fling and farewell. 




A flame at the Zeta retreat! 



Deborah 
Bowers 


Susan 
Bowers 


Judith 
Burton 


Barbara 
Busch 


Kathlynn 

Childs 


Betty 
CockriU 


Eunice 
Covey 


Virginia 
Crosson 


Dorothy 
Daniel 


Cynthia 
Havens 


Patty 
Hensley 


Susan 
Hodge 


Kathy 
Hopkins 


Penny 
Howard 


Polly 
Jackson 


Mary 
Johnson 


Annabel 
Jones 




Sally 
lacDonald 


Ronni 
MacPherson 


Kathleen 
Malley 


Berkeley 
Moore 


Katharine 
Phillips, Pres. 


Hannah 
Pierce 


Christina 
Price 


Lee 
Price 




Karen 
Sapp 


Jane 
Sexton 


Julie 
Sharratt 


Bunny 
SmaU 


Polly 
Tarwater 


Ruth 
West 


Janie 
Woods 


Mary 
Younger 







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INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



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Executive Board. Seated: G. Goodyear-, B. Bovard, President; J. Durrett. Standing: J. Reynolds, J. Coil, J. Holder. 



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The Interfraternity Council is set up to further 
fraternity relationships, unify fraternity action on 
common problems, and act as a medium of coopera- 
tion between the University and the system. Headed 
by Brian Bovard, the IFC is divided into three bodies: 
the Council of Presidents, Judicial Board, and Execu- 
tive Board. The Council of Presidents, composed of 
the eighteen fraternity presidents, has the power to 
elect the Executive Board and to initiate and institute 
legislation. The Executive Board is the governing 
body of the Interfraternity System, with power to 
establish policy not covered by the constitution and 
to initiate legislation. 

The whole structure of IFC was revised this year, 
with changes in rush, the constitution, and the crea- 
tion of the Judicial Board as a separate body. IPC's 
evaluation of rush resulted in a general tightening of 
off-campus regulations and relaxing of on-campus 
rules, with other changes proposed for the future. In 
addition, national interest in discriminatory clauses 
prompted an investigation of this question at Duke. 




Brian Bovard, President 



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row, left to right: B. Reynolds, B. Buchanan, S. Wooden, K. Wertz, B. Jones, B. Keagy, R. Lichty, F. Huffman, G. Hasse, B. Boyer. 



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IFC Judicial Board. First tow: R. Helstein, J. Reynolds, J. Morris. Second row: R. Lichty, C. Rice, J. Hasson, W. Heritage, F. Mock. 




The Judicial Board was created this year to hear 
all violations of the IFC penal code, working closely 
with the IFC Investigating Committee which ascer- 
tains the facts of all cases, and to interpret the IFC 
Constitution. Although the board's role within the 
fraternity system is yet to be determined, its main 
goal is the fostering of mutual understanding among 
fraternities, especially in rush. 

IFC also works through various committees. In 
the areas of rush, pledging, and scholarship, com- 
mittees endeavor to improve the Greek system at 
Duke. The Publications Committee presents the 
aspects of fraternity life to freshmen; IFC activities 
are brought to the attention of the University by the 
Publicity Committee. And the newly created Public 
Relations Committee works to promote better rela- 
tions within the University and the Durham com- 
munity. 



IFC Committee Chairmen. Left to right: Harry Nurkin. Cliff Perry, 
Steve Coley, Bill Sumner. Jerry Wilkinson, Bill Buchanon, J. Holder. 
Not pictured: Jim Robertson, R. Arnold. 



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GREEK WEEKEND 

Greek Weekend, under the chair- 
manship of Bill Buchanan, proved 
to be a fantastic three days. Begin- 
ning on Thursday night, April 14, 
IFC rented a drive-in theatre to 
show cartoons and old-time movies. 
The annual Greek games and carni- 
val were held on Friday, followed 
by a concert by the Brothers Four. 
Saturday afternoon brought the 
"Rites of Spring," a picnic with 
entertainment which included Hank 
Ballard and the Midnighters, the 
Enchanters, the Jammers, and the 
In-Men. Fraternity parties ended 
the best Greek Weekend yet. 



Behind the scenes of a sorority booth. 




Brute strength tips the bucket and a willing 
victim gets dumped on. 



The Brothers Four provide outstanding entertainment for Friday 
night. 



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Sunday evening in the section. 



Let's hear it for ATO. 



Watching the bods go by. 










Robert 
Adams 


Holt 
Anderson 


Donald 
Ashby 




Michael 
Crawford 


William 
Croora 


Bryan 
Crutcher 




Michael 
Jones 


William 
Jones, Pres. 


John 
Keever 




John 
Neithammer 


William 
O'Donnell 


Peter 
Orr 




Harry 
Swagart 


Roscoe 
Walker 


David 
Wellman 





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David 
Bailey 
Larry 
Davis 
David 
Knapp 
Thomas 
Parrott 
Walter 
West 



James 

Blanchard 

William 

Furse 
Robert 

Lilien 

David 
Randall 

John 
Whitted 



"Try me 

Frank 

Bowman 

Nicholas 

Gibson 

Lawrence 

Long 

John 

Rose 

Keary 
Williams 



ALPHA TAU OMEGA 

Taus returned to "Old House C," 
beginning the year with several 
lively beer blasts. Leadership was 
amply furnished on and off the 
gridiron by the Baby Elephant, 
while other contenders for athletic 
laurels were Vag, Grundy, Flap, 
Camel, Rider, Heavy, Zircon, Forty- 
four, Foggy, and Igor. The Home- 
coming display was a hair-raising 
experience; meanwhile the Brothers 
booked and poured dimes in the 
juke-box for Tubbie's blasts. The 



Honda bug threatened the lives of 
Pinky, V.C, Shine, and Shower; 
Snake and Taz suffered a worse fate 
in the tall timber. ATO's appeared 
on East in Roaring 20's garb to an- 
nounce the gangster party, high 
point of the winter. Steve and Trip 
led rush, and the gang relaxed 
through exams, awaiting spring, 
the riverboat Sweetheart Ball, 
Beach, and the end of another vin- 
tage year. 



Donald 
Brannon 
Stephen 

Gross 
William 
Luksis 
Glenn 
Rupp 
Craig 
Wisdom 



Peter 

Brocket! 

Thomas 
Haas 

Johnny 
Mack 

William 
Smith 
Henry 
Young 



Thomas 

Carpenter 

Steven 

Hanna 

Robert 

Martin 

Herschel 

Stanford 

John 
Younger 



Alexander 

Carver 

David 

Heaton 

William 

McCrary 

William 

Stephenson 

Alfred 

Zirkle 



James 

Coil 

Frederick 

Henderson 

Craig 

Miller 

William 

Stewart 

Fred 

Zuker 



Steven 
Corey 
Edward 
Hicklin 
John 
Munn 




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The Quiet Jungle. 



A right reverend accompanied by friends. 




Frolicking Betas dart and mill together. 



Gary 
Anthes 


Dwight 
Bayne 


James 
Bell 


Craig 
Benson 


James 
Bethel 


Donald 
Brown 


David 
Drennen 


Alan 
Dye 


Craig 
Eisenacher 


Peter 
English 


James 
Estey 


James 
Fitzner 


Eric 
Handler 


Eldridge 
Hanes 


Wayne 
Hardwick 


Grant 
Harmon 


Gordon 
Hasse, Pres. 


Kenneth 
Heckert 


Calvin 
Lee 


Alan 
Losee 


Angus 
Maclvor 


Rod 
MacLeod 


John 
Melville 


Michael 
Mercatoris 


Charles 
Schadt 


Charles 
Smith 


Jeffrey 
Smith 


Peter 
Smolen 


William 
Squires 


Hyman 
Stadiem 




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BETA THETA PI 



Unhampered by the dullness of 
responsibility, the Betas deigned to 
return to campus and once again 
fill numerous sinecures. Complete 
renovation of the chapter room 
brought forth untapped resources 
of aspiring artisans. Chico proved 
inept at paint rolling and was there- 
by relegated to plastering cracks. 

Under the auspices of P. G., 
"Esquire's Best Dressed Man", the 



Betas staged an unprecedented 
Homecoming Formal graced by the 
Right Reverends Fraser and Grouse 
and their attendant minions of red- 
eyed soul. The Kappa football 
game. Pi Phi Xmas Party, and 
Faculty and Freshmen Open Houses 
paved the path to further strength 
as Guck and Art led the products 
of a highly successful rush into the 
web sewn by Ford and Chuck. 



Spring! The sap rises as the Betas 
revel in Greek Week rites and cre- 
ate another float of elusive signifi- 
cance under the perspicacious eye of 
socio-economist William G. Huston. 
Pledge Formal, Beach Weekend, 
Jungle Party, and a final hecatomb 
offered to Comus closed another 
chapter in the history of Utopia. 



David 
Burkey 


Gerald 
Busch 


Lee 
Caplin 


William 
Cross 


Chris 
Crowley 


Allan 
Davis 


Jeffrey 
Davis 


Charles 
Deleot 


Sam 
Dewar 


Nelson 
Ford 


Walter 
Fraser 


John 
Freeman 


Roger 
Geller 


Mark 
Gitomer 


Richard 
Glass 


Glen 
Gray 


Wayne 
Guckenberger 


Arthur 
Haigh 


Michael 
Hernandez 


Barry 
Holmes 


David 
Hopkins 


John 
Hurlburt 


Robert 
Hyde 


David 
John 


Lee 
Kenna 


John 
Krampf 


Philip 
Lacy 


Cliff 
Perry 


Bruce 
Phillips 


Stephen 
Place 


Thomas 
Pratt 


Ashmead 
Pringle 


Frederic 
Ramsey 


Michael 
Ratelle 


John 
Reynolds 


Steven 
Rodin 


John 
Stewart 


Richard 
Stone 


Barry 
Tarasoff 


Stephen 
Walker 


Charles 
Williams 


Marion 
Williams 


Richard 
Williams 


WiUiam 
Wood 






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Santa Claus appears on the party scene. 



Box the Tigers . . . Homecoming, '65. 







Delta 


Sigs huddle on 


the sidelines. 






Richard 
Averitt 


Michael 
Balog 


Roland 
Barnhardt 


Warwick 
Butler 


John 
Campbell, Pres. 


Elias 
Chotas 


Thomas 
Edgar 


James 
Ellett 


William 
Erwin 


Donald 
Foe 


Keith 
Forgy 


Wayne 
Freisman 


Jay 
Jackson 


Michael 
Jarrard 


Michael 
Johnson 


Samuel 
Johnson 


Samuel 
Keith 


David 
King 


John 
Mersereau 


Robert 
Milbourne 


David 
Millar 


Thomas 
Moser 


John 
Pace 


Lawrence 
Parthum 


John 
Sigmon 


Byron 
Smith 


Steven 
Smith 


Paul 

Stokes 


Edmund 
Taft 


William 
Tarasuk 


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DELTA SIGMA PHI 

The brothers of Alpha Epsilon 
wandered back to the rockpile to 
find our numbers diminished by 
four married brothers (hmmm?). 
We started the ball rolling with 
open houses and cook-outs. Our 
mechanized motor doomed our 
chances to "Box the Tigers," but 
didn't ruin the ensuing party. Alex 
Doig's unexpected visit helped upset 
everyone, especially Dog. Craig's 



postcard was a stand-out at the 
Christmas party. Jarrard led us in 
rush, with 24 shake-ups well worth 
the late hours and cold mornings. 
Winter Weekend proved a bash; 
spring brought the annual floods 
with spring rites, Greek Weekend, 
and Joe College. Beach Weekend 
closed out the year as we struggled 
through exams, and praised Sphinx 
for a time well-spent. 



"I keep 


'em under my hat." 
















Stuart 
Clarke 


Richard 
Cole 


William 
Colden 


Larry 
Cooper 


Edward 
Crowding 


Charles 
Cruse 


Kenneth 
Cunningham 


David 
Du Bose 


Christopher 
Edgar 


Thomas 
Furness 


Wayne 
Garrett 


Jack 
Gosnell 


John 
Gray 


John 
Hannon 


Joe 
Harris 


Alan 
Heaton 


Harold 
High 


Carter 
Hill 


Alfred 
Lacy 


Glenn 
Lawrence 


John 
LeSueur 


Seth 
Lewis 


John 

Mahoney 


John 

McCurdy 


Vincent 
McGough 


Robert 
McMillan 


Scott 
Mears 


Charles 
Pennington 


Ronald 
Pirtle 


Ervin 
Powers 


James 
Reichman 


Michael 
Roberts 


Jack 
Robertson 


George 
Robinson 


Blase 
Sands 


Aubrey 

Shives 


James 
Tate 


Robert 
Tremlett 


Ferol 
Vernon 


Bruce 
Vincent 


Dale 
Vincent 


Craig 
Volland 


Lewis 
Weinhardt 


William 
Yaeger 


Kenneth 
Young 




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DELTA TAU DELTA 

As Delts reconvened, silence be- 
trayed the absence of the Vigilantes ; 
realizing the threat to our academic 
standing, we aimed for intellectual 
pursuits and celebrated with a Buff. 
For Homecoming, Toad led the way 
to a monstrous, non-functional dis- 
play, and with Nurkin's choreog- 
raphy, we won 1st Prize in the 
Follies. Western Weekend saw 
Delts on campus in boots, sideburns, 



w^'^f*m 



and hats; corral and saloon added 
to the fun of the barbecue and barn 
dance. At the Queen Dance, ex- 
travaganza of the year, Chris 
Nicoll was crowned. The fraternity 
moved to Florida and Nassau for 
spring break; then pledging, warm 
weather, Charlie's, and the Beach 
made life bearable 'til finals, when 
Delts rallied to pass another year. 












Finishing up the 


corral. 




Bruce 
Alexander 


Randolph 
Alexander 


William 
Baker 


Samuel 
Bedinger 


Douglas 
Bischoff 


Louis 
Boswell 


Richard 
Braren 


William 
Goodrich 


Robert 
Gould 


Thomas 
Harris 


Stephen 
Haverick 


William 
Heritage 


Scott 
Hickman 


Dean 
Hokanson 


William 
KurU 


Charles 
Larsen 


David 
La vine 


Rod 
Mayo 


Joseph 
Metz 


Robert 
MiUer 


Malcolm 
McDermott 


Paul 
Pearson 


Carl 
Petrich 


Richard 

Post 


Edward 
Reefe 


Benoni 
Reynolds, Pres 


Robert 
Riesenfeld 


David 
Riggs 


David 
Shirvis 


Jon 
Simpson 


Gordon 
Snyder 


Milton 
Stratos 


Walter 

Styers 


Richard 
Trotman 


Thomas 
Tuke 










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Delta Queens sparkle at the Queen Dance. 



Great advertising — even greater weekend. 



James 
Campbell 


Ashley 
Carrithers 


William 
Cliff 


James 
Considine 


Richard 
Crowder 


Harry 
Diz 


Reed 
Failing 


Joseph 
Gauthier 


Thomas 
Gerken 


Louis 
Hubener 


Charles 
Joyner 


John 
Judd 


Frederick 
Kaufhold 


William 
Keenan 


Peter 
Kellen 


Robert 
Keller 


John 
Kopchick 


Joe 
Krist 


Daniel 
Moore 


David 
Neeland 


Peter 
Neumann 


Edwin 
Norris 


Larry 
Norwood 


Harry 

Nurkin 


Tom 
O'Bryan 


Kenneth 
Page 


Daniel 
Parker 


David 
Roberts 


Thomas 
Roberts 


Kerry 
Roche 


Reginald 
Rogers 


William 
Rohde 


Michael 
Rothrock 


Robert 
Ross 


Gustav 
Schick 




Dorn 
Ulrich 


Robert 
VanAsselt 


Jan 
Vanderberg 


Henry 
Walter 


Craig 
Welborn 


Steven 
Williamson 


Thomas 
Woodard 


William 
Woodard 










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Welcoming a shake-up. 



KAPPA ALPHA 

The Grand Old Gang returned 
for new adventures in and out of 
the classroom. Super Virgin tried 
to lead the troops down the straight 
and narrow, but the most frequently 
traveled road was the one to the UG. 
On the gridiron the Blue Devils 
were led by Frog and Dronke and 
other KA's, with Mombo and Euro- 
pean in the stands with just about 
anybody. "C" attempted to keep 
peace in the section, an impossible 
job against Wild who cultivated a 
Vegetable garden. Bear who tried 
to mold Plastic into something use- 
ful, and Baby Eagle who showed 



Scar his moves with women. SI 
and our Rose Diane did much for 
the animal image as did the Blood 
Drive led by George and Coach 
McGee, and our only I.M. compe- 
tition came in half-quart cans. After 
a successful Rush, the Troops set 
out to improve the scholastic record, 
but as spring approached, activities 
focused in spring practice, Old 
South, trips to the Eno, and beer 
Softball games. The year drew to 
a close, the seniors said farewell, 
and the rest of the Grand Old Gang 
promised, "I'll always be here one 
more semester." 



Petunia gave Mambo a new shirt — finally. 




John 

Alexander 


Jerry 
Barringer 


Wayne 
Bromfield 


George 
Buck 


John 
Bugg 


Eugene 
Cannon 


James 
Fox 


Robert 
Foyle 


Carl 
Gersbach 


Herbert 
Coins 


Charles 
Grace 


Charles 
Guy 


Benjamin 
Lang 


Robert 
Lasky 


Dennis 
LaVia 


Roy 

Leinster 


John 
Long 


Albert 
Matuza 


Julian 
Ramsey 


Michael 
Romano 


Danny 
Rose 


Peter 
Royal 


Ronald 
Ruis 


Frank 
Ryan 



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Two of the more sophisticated brothers. 



The KA Roses and the dumber 1. 



Henley 
Carter 
Robert 
Hardy 
William 
McKee 
Thomas 
Shuford 



Robin 

Carter 

Roger 

Hayes 

John 

McNabb 

Timothy 

Sinclair 



John 

Coleman 

Dan 

Hill 

William 

Meloling 

Henry 

Sobell 



Joe 

Compitello 

Kenneth 

Homa 

John 

Michael 

John 
Swinney 



Jasper 

Cummings 

James 

Hysong 

Frank 

Mock 

Michael 

Swomley 



Harrison 
Daniel 
John 

luzzolino 

Thaddeus 

Moore 

Mark 

Tilge 



James 
Devonshire 

Douglas 
Jones, Pres. 
Vernon 
Padgett 
Arthur 
Vann 



Thomas 
Edens 

George 

Joseph 
Roger 

Parker 
Page 

Wilson 



Joseph 
Edwards 

John 

Krimmel 

William 

Phipps 

Frank 
Woodall 





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KAPPA SIGMA 

Kappa Sigs infiltrated the campus 
under the control of Biggie, Gino, 
Zim, Lightning, and Ghengis, not 
to mention the benevolent super- 
vision of the Great Vard. The big 
plan was new furniture by October 
— it finally worked in March. Mean- 
while, George Bill sweated over his 
cardboard cave, everybody grossed 
it out, and someone put a first-prize 
ribbon on it. The Great Blizzard 



signaled the beginning of rush and 
the end of windows in House G. 
Beach Weekend brought the year to 
a climax, and everyone returned to 
their local draft boards with strains 
of "Good Night Irene" still ringing 
in their ears, all firmly convinced 
that Kappa Sig was by far the best 
fraternity on campus. . . . 

Ah, would you believe second- 
best? 



"That's funny, I've got three natural aces too." 



William 
Arnold 


Leroy 
Baines 


Dan 
Bell 


William 
Bell 


William 
Bongmann 


Mike 
Collier 


John 
Coogler 


Larry 
Cook 


Abram 
Cox 


Truman 
Deyo 


Mark 
Helpin 


Russell 
Henkin 


John 
Hiatt 


Wallace 
Howard 


Bruce 
Kauftman 


John 
Marin 


Samuel 
McCaskiU 


David 
McGarrily 


Robert 
Moses 


Laurence 
Osterwise 


Chrisman 
Scherf 


James 
Smith 


Michael 
Stephens 


Keathy 
Stewart 


Thomas 
Talbott 



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Kappa Sigs caught in the act. 
















Brian 
Bovard 


Barry 
Boyer, Pres. 


Mark 
Brause 


Thomas 
Brohard 


John 
Brooks 


Eugene 
Carney 


William 
Clifton 


Samuel 
Clyde 


John 
Coker 


James 
Eitel 


Frederick 
Ewald 


Pete 
Fackler 


Buford 
Farrington 


Phil 

Foss 


John 
Gifring 


Terry 
Gilbert 


John 
Green 


Fenton 
Harrison 


John 

Kelley 


James 
Kemp 


Joseph 
Kimmell 


Stephen 
Korn 


Steven 
Lambert 


Ronnie 
Lesher 


James 
Liccardo 


Frank 
Light 




Pedro 
Pardo 


Greg 
Perry 


Ronald 
Posner 


Edward 
Reamer 


James 
Robertson 


Steven 
Rosenblatt 


Richard 
Royall 


Lee 
Salter 




William 
immerman 


James 
Tredway 


John E. 
Weber 


John H. 
Weber 


Robert 
Wolf 


William 
Wonnacott 


William 
Zimmer 


Alfred 
Zodda 









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'Sorry about that, McDonald." 






Grovelling- 


—a favorite 


pastime. 








Randolph 
Alexander 


Richard 
Arnold 


Richard 
Atkinson 


Joel 
Barr 


James 
Bartholomees 


Alexander 
Best 


Philip 
Best 




Scott 
Cross 


Ronald 
Cross 


Douglas 
Duncan 


Gan 
Dunnington 


Joseph 
Durrett 


John 
Engler 


Donald 
Frazier 




Arthur 
Hoeg 


John 
Hoy 


Gordon 
Jenkins 


Mike 
Johnson 


Stephen 
Kahl 


James 
Kennedy 


Ronald 
Kirby 




Lyndon 
Molzahn 


John 
Moxley 


Michael 
Mulhern 


Roger 
Ostdahl 


Peter 
Pierce 


Kennielh 
Pittman 


George 
Poe 




Daniel 
Summerlin 


Arthur 
Thompson 


James 
Thurber 


Neil 
Upmeyer 


Allen 
Van Dyke 


William 
Von Klemperer 


Arthur 
Vreeland 










282 



LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 

With the clank of Dooright's 
horseshoes, Lambda Chi's heeded 
the Manhasset Mauler's call to the 
books. As Holvei's fun and games 
social slate began, the Clearwater 
Good Guys went into action. Flash 
and Chopper took stud honors. The 
Moxley Machine led a sustained 
rush, while the Analyst attended 
those who felt the strain of learning. 
Hoy and Uli took in the Stones, and 
"Childoverseas" Kahl sojourned to 



Sanford barefoot. Taking the cue 
from the Homecoming Rocket, the 
Durham to Florida cross-country 
auto racing team hit the road. In 
the section, Cooper and Jose played 
Dylan-style while Super-Grit got 
caught playing quad ball. Bovender 
and Stiles figured out how to get 
dates for Joe College, the White 
Rose Formal, and Beach Weekend, 
and the year closed with a DU beer 
party for the BIG TEN. 
















"This 


stuff makes me giggle 


»» 


Peter 
Bolton 


Jack 
Bovender 


Alfred 
Bragg 


Robert 
Brent 


Robert 

Cadwallader 


Robert 
Carruthers 


Patrick 
Coleman 


Stephen 
Coley, Pres. 


Robert 
Cooper 


Waiiam 
Fry 


Edward 
Gabel 


Bowman 
Garrett 


Peter 
Halford 


James 
Hearn 


John 
Heller 


David 
Henderson 


John 
Herron 


David 
Hillenbrand 


John 
LaPointe 


Edward 
Ligon 


John 
Livingston 


John 
Mangan 


Dennis 
May 


Gary 
May 


Randolph 
May 


Robert 
McCreary 


Gordon 
McDonald 


Raemon 
Polk 


Richard 
Prentis 


Andrew 
Prout 


Paul 
Rogers 


Richard 
Seamans 


Kingston 
Smith 


Thomas 
Snell 


Christopher 
Stiles 


Jon 
Stuebner 


Andrew 
Wade 


Richard 
Watson 


Dana 
Webster 


Paul 
Weeks 


Jerry 
Wilkinson 


James 
Wolfe 


James 
Young 


Kent 
Zaiser 






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The playboys play. 



Jocks? 



They can't slay away from us. 




David 

Abdella 

William 

Buchanan 

William 

Goodwin 

Frederick 

Lind 

Daniel 

Rupp 



John 

Alden 

John 

Carlo 

Thomas 

Griggs 

Robert 

Loughlin 

Michael 

5hasby 



Ross 

Arnold 

Donald 

Chandler 

John 
Grigsby 
Douglas 

Lyons 

Phil 

Small 



Robert 

Astley 

Kenneth 

Chatham 

Tom 

Harrington 

Malcolm 

McAlpin 

Adon 

Smith 



Robert 

Auld 

Tom 

Coleman 

Joe 

Harris 

Douglas 

McCollum 

Byron 

Stams, Pres. 



David 
Bachelder 

Jack 
Crosland 

Peter 

Hendrich 

John 

Miles 

Robert 

Steinbruigge 








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PHI DELTA THETA 



Bolstered by travels to foreign 
climes and other activities, the 
Hearty Band returned for another 
productive year. Buchanan led the 
fall campaign of sustained negotia- 
tions with prospective neophytes 
and restoration of the battle-worn 
abode; renovations made the bunga- 
low fit only for a Phi. September 
found Brash and Winston at the 
helm of Duke's gridiron excursions ; 



filling out both backfields and an- 
choring the lines, the Phis with the 
antics of Boone and Squirrel added 
strength and color to the Devil's 
pigskin efforts. Bullet was the 
high point on the Devil hardwood 
as the Baron, Joe-Bird, and Koala 
Bear promised exciting things to 
come. Miles upheld our social 
notoriety with the Hairy Buff and 
Ho-Down, while the Outhouse and 



Christmas Party gave balance to 
non-academic endeavors. Second 
semester brought the diminutive 
though eminent Starns' administra- 
tion. With Greek Week, Joe Col- 
lege, and a sunny encampment at 
Myrtle, the hold of the Good Ship 
Phi was filled with memories to 
sustain the Hearty Crew's voyages 
until next year. 



Robert 

Banta 
George 
Crowell 

John 

Hines 

John 

Modlin 

Walter 

Stringfellow 



Anthony 
Barone 
Mike 
Curtis 
James 

Holbert 
James 

Moreng 

Richard 
Taft 



Sam 
Barton 

Gene 
Desvernine 

John 
Holder 

John 
Morris 
James 
Tibone 



Andrew 
Beath 
Willard 
Eckhardt 
Thomas 

Hutcheson 
Andrew 
Morrison 
Michael 

Todorovich 



Fred 

Bingham 

Daniel 

Edwards 

Joseph 

Kennedy 

Christopher 

Murkland 

Donald 

Tschan 



John 
Blakely 
Richard 
Everstine 
James 
Kettering 
Stephen 
Murphy 

Rick 
Wenham 



Brian 

Bromstead 

Ronald 

Gerbe 
James 

Kidd 

Todd 
Orvald 
Robert 
White 



Stuart 

Broske 

Scott 

Glacken 

Timothy 

Kulodziej 

Carl 
Pfeiffer 

Bruce 
Wiesely 



Michael 
Bryant 
David 
Golden 

Michael 
Lewis 

Richard 
Reider 
Victor 

Zambetti 




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Another unprecedented Homecoming display. 



The Phi Psi benevolence reaches out to all. 



Phi Psi's reveal their Christmas spirit. 



Thomas 
Beckett 


Francis 
Beninati 


Nea 
Blue 


John 
Choate 


Charles 
Churchman 


Tom 
Clark 


Robert 
Dziuban 


Richard 
Gordon 


Phillip 
Green 


Thomas 
Gunn 


Eric 
Gustafson 


John 
Hat ton 


Michael 
Landau 


Brett 
Lane 


BiU 
Ledgewood 


Richard 
Malstrom 


R. Donald 
McAfee 


William 
McClenahan 


Charles 
Rice 


Mark 
Root 


Herbert 
Schluderberg 


Michael 
Smith 


Johnny 
Taylor 


James 
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PHI KAPPA PSI 

The Phi Psi's returned eager for 
the semester of the "tight ship" 
presided over by Biff and Gong. 
Unfortunately, Biff discovered 
women and beer and Gong's Ge- 
stapo never got going, so the ship 
went down under heavy fire from 
the IFC and the Deans. 

Affairs of the heart took their 
toll as Mickey, Gong, Mac, Beater, 
and Kip bought diamonds; "Fan- 
tastic Pig," Rick, Tarry, and Chow- 
der lost pins or lavaliers (not to 
mention the big move made by 
Hal). 



Schlude's Tool-a-Car and The 
Truck ruled the renovated Beta lot 
and Little Joe used Hoss for effec- 
tive control of the second floor. The 
great Mexican Rush was culminated 
by Little Bear's epic card-burning; 
somehow the Dau and Sebastian 
sneaked in; and the Blue Dribets 
triumphed on the intramural courts. 
New colors reflected in Tuber's 
glasses brought an increase to the 
tube team, but Ho Chi Minh was 
expected to help keep grades up. 
















"Speed, 
tude." 


agility, and that 


never-give-up atti 


Michael 
Cleveland 


John 
Close 


Norman 
Cocke 


Carl 
Coffin 


John 
Coons 


Grover 
Cox 


Thomas 
Danluck 


Charles 
Daul 


Eric 
Duerr 


David 
Henny 


David 
Hertel 


Laurence 
Hicks, Pres. 


Howard 
Hinson 


Thomas 
Hottenstein 


Brooks 
Johnson 


Edwin 
Johnson 


Stephen 
Kase 


Blair 
Keagy 


Howard 
Mcjunkin 


Francis 
Myers 


John 

Nichols 


David 
Ogrodnick 


Ted 
Owens 


Robert 
Packard 


Glenn 
Phillips 


Roger 
Pond 


Toby 
Prodgers 


James 
Tompkins 


Mark 
Waddell 


William 
Wallace 


Charles 

Weiss 


Frank 
White 


George 
Williams 


Edward 
Woods 


John 
Wylie 


Bruce 
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"Wham, 


bam, is that you. 


Sam?" 


Robert 

Albright 


Charlton 
Armstrong 


James 
Auman 


John 
Bonavita 


Richard 
Boyd 


Jim 
Burwell 


Joe 
Bussey 


Stan 
Coble 


Larry 
Ethridge 


Ernest 
Ferguson 


William 
Finger 


Robert 
Fritz 


Ronald 
Gilbert 


Will 
Graves 


Claiborne 
Gregory 


Gordon 
Herbert 


Robert 
Lorch 


Eric 
Lothman 


Ken 

Miller 


Randall 
Miller 


Kent 
Neal 


Glenn 
Newman 


Sutton 
O'Neal 


Lee 
Petty 


Robert 

Stuhbs 


John 

Thompson 


Bob 
Turner 


Albert 
Unser 


Steve 
Vacendak 


Paul 
Vick 


Ed 
Virgin 


Jay 
Warner 



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PHI KAPPA SIGMA 

The Phi Kaps reconvened for 
another look at the C-room disaster. 
Minus asked for political asylum 
while Pooh sweated, Toby got a 3.0, 
Hoija pulled a pit, and all marveled 
at Dow's Carolina game perfor- 
mance. The Intramural Football 
Championship highlighted fall, with 
Slingshot's "passing," Soybean's 
dexterity, and Kirby's "concrete" 
defense. Stevie Wonder led the 
Blue Devils with help from Wendy, 
Spoonful, and Fang. Other sur- 
prises: Burwell's classic choreog- 
raphy. Virgin and the Brain Drain, 
Tom's battle for Barb, Zero's test 



of the Olatunji myth, and T's and 
M-Buck's attempt at manhood. Earl 
led a successful rush between notes 
of Flinthill Special, while Randy 
traded in girls for cigars and 
Spunky went East. The H. L. Drop- 
pers continued in their tradition, 
spirited by Meadowlark Kroncke, 
surpassed only by the Dumpers led 
by those pear-shaped wonders — 
Goo-Goo, Droopy, Dee, and Whale. 
Spring thoughts turned toward the 
beach and the draft; Robin is gone 
but it's no loss, for perhaps his 
space will be filled by Boss. 




Skull and crossbones clan in full battle array. 



Leonard 
Graver 


Gary 
Crouch 


Edward 
Davis 


Winfred 
Deal 


Lawrence 
Dempsey 


Robert 
Dow 


Kelly 
Drake 


William 
Drew, Pres 


Thomas 
Hibler 


Lester 
Hill 


Steve 
Howard 


Jerry 
Jernigan 


David 
Jordan 


John 
Kaufman 


Raymond 
Klauss 


Frederick 
Kroncke 


James 
Porto 


Richard 
Primm 


Terry 
Richardson 


Richard 
Robinson 


Thomas 
Sherrard 


William 
Simons 


Trip 
Sizemore 


Clyde 
Slease 


Richard 
Warren 


David 
Watkins 


Wilson 
Weldon 


Ron 
Wendelin 


James 
Willard 


Carl 
Wolter 


Don 
Wood 


Alton 
Wyatt 




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PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Yes, Batman — another day, an- 
other dastardly crime. Who but 
you, disguised as GPK Delaney, 
mild-mannered poker magnet, could 
solve this one? With the help of 
your award-winning helper Dorner, 
you must Handle the Job of un- 
covering the notorious gang known 
as "Squatty-body and his Flick 
Committee," the man-eating giant, 



Gordo (Son of Horr), the slippery 
Super-Grit and the Red Agent, 
Houden Von. P. They have put a 
bad Mark on the Farber Religious 
Council's record by infiltrating the 
hierarchy so a Free man can no 
longer Phil the post. As the mighty 
bone-crusher Hairy Murray attacks 
you with a long circus-tent pole, 
you Gripit Foxily and toss him 
headlong through the wicked doors 
of the "Off-Campus Faction" caus- 



ing "Booth" Baxter to come out 
swinging his famous "glass fist." 
Suddenly good guy Bacchus de- 
livers a coup de grace to the at- 
tacker in his own inimitable fashion. 
As the rest of the nasty criminals 
attack, you push your SOS button 
notifying the police chief at the 
Pederal Fen, Giles, who cannot send 
his Deputy, Dawg, because he is in 
the hospital giving blood again. . . . 
Guess there's No Way, Batman. 



"And after you finish this, I want you to 
empty the garbage; and then . . ." 




Thomas 

Allen 

Michael 

Dileo 

Henry 

Harris 

David 

McGinty 

Richard 

Seymour 



Richard 
Arthur 

Daniel 

Draper 

Bayard 

Heath 

Michael 

McManama 

Richard 

Swan 



William 
Ashford 
Andrew 

Fallat 

Peter 

Hemmenway 

William 

McNally, Pres. 

Michael 

Tudor 



Michael 
Backus 
Mark 
Farber 
George 
Hillow 

William 
Miller 

Richardo 
Urrulia 



James 
Bailey 
Frank 
Farrell 
Shelton 
Hopkins 
Harry 
Murray 
Joseph 
VanderWerf 



Thomas 

Baxter 

Robinson 

Fisher 

David 

Hunt 

Robert 

Page 

Kirk 

Von Salzen 




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Pikas gleefully barrage 


one of the more popu- 










"And now for our 


next act . . 


lar brothers 


















Steven 
Benz 


Gordon 
Burns 


George 
Byrne 


James 
Caldwell 


Stephen 
Campbell 


Brent 
Causey 


Larkin 
Chenault 


Gale 
Delaney 


John 
Dennington 


Griffith 
Foxley 


Phillip 
Freeman 


Ford 
Fuller 


Russell 
Fuller 


Thomas 
Fuller 


William 
Giles 


Stephen 
Golden 


Fred 
Griffin 


Kent 
Harrington 


Amos 
Johnson 


Harold 
Johnson 


Robert 
Kettlestrings 


Mike 
Kerr 


Glenn 
Lambert 


Basil 
Laslett 


Robert 
Lear 


Stephen 
Leupold 


Joseph 
Lipe 


James 
Pifer 


Ronald 
Pifer 


James 
PoUok 


William 
Prizer 


Alan 
Ray 


David 
Rutenberg 


Stephen 
Scotten 


John 
Scull 


John 
Serbell 


Douglas 
Ward 


Lawrence 
Warren 


Robert 
Watt 


William 
Westberry 


Joseph 
White 


Phillip 
Whitehead 


Eric 
Witt 


Todd 
Zimmerman 









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Carlyle, Camel, Mo-Bear, and Hight flame at 
the Rose Ball. 




Hello dahlin', hello chile! 



PI KAPPA PHI 

"Wendover Whispering Pines!" 
said Turbs; "Under the arm, Pitt!" 
said Al; "Don' worry chile!" said 
Jones; and "WHEW!" said Dr. P. 
"Fantastic!" we commented, watch- 
ing Dunaway on the gridiron, Rah- 
Rah gaping, and Tex Bluedeviling. 
"So to speak" was the reply to 
Bernstein's report that "a good time 
was had by all" at Whispering 
Pines. And what could be said but 
"Mmmm" as Kathy Haberstick was 
presented as our Rose. "Shower!" 
said the brotherhood to the host 
who lost pins. "Baah!" said a blue- 
horned ram in the section one morn. 
"How sweet it is!" was Chapman's 
point of view. "All right!" to good 
leadership under Wertz and Osmun. 



Charles 
Alsup 


Russell 
Anderson 


Gordon 
Barnhart 


William 
Beasley 


William 
Beasley 


Walton 
Chapman 


Warren 
Chapman 


Henry 
Clark 


Carlyle 
Clayton 


John 
Coggin 


Evan 
Dussia 


Reid 
Ervin 


Geoffrey 
Fenstermacher 


George 

Fields 


William 
Foland 


David 
Johnson 


Paul 
Johnson 


Greg 
Jones 


William 
Kennedy 


Daniel 
Kincaid 


Reed 
McRoberts 


Barry 
McWiUiams 


Paul 
Messick 


Roberto 
Mestre 


Roger 
Midura 


David 

Pettes 


James 
Reed 


Donald 
Robertson 


Jack 
Sammons 


Willis 
Sampson 


Richard 
Slaughter 


Robert 
Snell 


Thomas 
Steckmest 


Pierre 

Stevens 


Henry 
Stryker 






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Alexander 
BeU 


George 
Benson 


Clark 
Benson 


Jerry 
Bernstein 


Kim 
Bittermann 


Robert 
Booth 


Robert 

Butterwarth 


Charles 
Carter 


James 
Chandler 


Joseph 
Comfort 


Alan 
Cone 


Arthur 
Cone 


Benjamin 
Cooksey 


John 
Crawford 


Charles 
Dameron 


Thomas 
Davenport 


John 
Dingle 


Dave 
Dunaway 


Ronald 
Gates 


Donald 
Grasso 


George 
Gryparis 


Mark 
Heaney 


Jon 
Heberling 


Richard 
Herold 


William 
Hight 


John 
Ingram 


Robert 
James 


Dennis 

Kwasnik 


Albert 
Kyle 


Thomas 
Lassiter 


Jeffry 
Lewis 


Steven 
Lindberg 


Wallace 
Malley 


John 

Mason 


Joe 
McDonald 


William 
McHugh 


Robert 
Moloney 


Gary 
Monteith 


Eric 
Myers 


Robert 
Newton 


Thomas 
Nield 


Richard 
Osmun 


William 
Painter 


Charles 
Parkhurst 




Stephen 
Sapp 


Richard 

Saunders 


Michael 
Schipke 


Gary 
Schoonover 


Thomas 
Sellers 


William 
Sellers 


Gerald 

Severson 


Raleigh 
Shoemaker 




Robert 
Summers 


Richard 
Thorns 


Richard 
Turbivelle 


William 
VanNortwick 


David 
Warner 


Kenneth 
Wertz 


John 
Wickersham 


Jack 
Wilkerson 






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SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 

After the tear-jerking departure 
of D. W. and the subsequent ex- 
posure of the Great Turkey Swindle, 
the powerful E's gathered forces 
under the Eminent Bod for another 
year of distinction. Room 104 was 
named "Smoggiest Room on Cam- 
pus" with its one-two punch of post- 
Charlotte smoke and unlimited Fog. 
The Homestead Act was touted 
party of the year, as the Bull 
starred and the B. H. barred. In 
scientific research, the burly in- 
habitants of 203 developed rival 
theories of quick-death. For his- 
tory, Belial Boone and our Descen- 



dant of Louis XIV managed the first 
spontaneous ram robbery in the 
state. 

The annual war motif was up- 
held in the basement, where the 
mighty E's, using the Boiler Room 
as strategic headquarters, main- 
tained their campaign to stamp out 
lizards. An intra-floor battle brought 
combined forces of Fish-Feeders, 
Grits, and the Demolition crew to 
bear on the fortress of 204, manned 
by a Nose on Wheels. Dubbed as 
the confrontation of the century: 
Sid vs. Holly. 



The littlest marine plus 1. 


















Jerry 
Albrecht 


Thomas 
Aycock 


Ronald 
Bennett 


Peter 
Blunt 


Michael 
Boehm 


Worth 
Boone 


Gregory 
Bowcott 




Thomas 
Flynn 


Grady 
Frank 


Dale 
Frediani 


Richard 
Fuller 


Charles 
Fyfe 


David 
Garr 


Bradney 
Griffin 




Robert 
Johnson 


Richard 
Kent 


Roy 

Kime 


Nathan 
Lane 


Prescott 
Little 


Jonathan 
LJewellyn 


Kevin 

LoftU9 




Timothy 
Oosting 


Robert 
Padgette 


Jonathan 
Rairigh 


Lucien 
Ruby 


Michael 
Russ 


Edward 
Savitz 


Peter 

Stetler 




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Water 


fights cleanse the 


soul. 


Poisoning 


the fish, country 


style. 








Carl 
Brater 


Lewis 
Brodnax, Pres. 


George 
Carmichael 


Robert 

Clift 


Charles 
Clotfelter 


Charles 
Courie 


Robert 
Fay 


NN'ayne 
Fay 


Theodore 
Fillette 


John 
Hall 


Bert 
Harding 


John 
Hayes 


Fred 
Hipe 


Michael 
Holloway 


William 
Horn 


Larry 
House 


Kenneth 
Hughes 




Kenneth 
McCarty 


Jack 
McSpadden 


Randall 
Michel 


Jack 
Morse 


Lawrence 
Matthew 


Scott 
Matthew 


Orrin 
Musser 


Thomas 
Newton 




John 
Stoppehman 


Wayne 
Thomas 


William 
Trippe 


Paul 
Walstad 


WiUiam 
Waterfield 


Jack 
Work 


Archie 
Wright 


Glenn 
Wright 










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Chris 
Alstrin 


Thomas 
Barry 


Craig 
Brater 


Guy 
Bates 


Donald 
Bems 


Sean 
Devereaux 


John 
Dixon 


James 
Dubuar 


Frampton 

Ellis 


Ronald 
Evans 


Robert 
Henry 


Robert 
Henry 


Bruce 
Hess 


Davis 
Howser 


Lowry 
Hughes 


Sam 
Latifif 


Todd 
Lieber 


Walter 
Lindsay 


John 
Lucas 


Jerry 
Lundy 


Herbert 
Orrick 


Philip 
Palmer 


Bert 
Park 


David 
Patton 


Henry 
Perry 


Alexander 
Sands 


Watson 
Scott 


William 
Serravezza 


Hilliard 
Shackford 


William 
Simmons 


Charles 
Sweet 


Kent 
Thackrey 


David 
Tomko 


Malcolm 
Travelstead 


Jon 
Waldron 



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SIGMA CHI 

Returning to the Animal Quad, 
triumph was the dominant note; the 
red and black shrine held the Best 
Fraternity Award, ninth I.M. tro- 
phy, and best Q.P.R. on West. 
Sunny and Dick led us to greater 
heights, with Phi Betes Pelt, Pooner, 
and Head, while Earl, Garbage, 
Rod, Stump, Luke, and Gutey 
crushed Carolina. Sumner's Derby 
Day was amazing, as were Home- 
coming and Sweetheart. Peter cor- 
ralled a boss bunch and spring was 
here with the Beach. So with Randy 
safeguarding morals, Guy, Bob, 
Jim, and Herd down campus, and 
the Tupelo Flash maintaining East 
relations, we ended another good 
year with high hopes for the next. 





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Barrie 
Bridgers 


Richard 
Burton, Pres. 


Thomas 
Caine 


Lewis 
Campbell 


Kent 
Canipe 


Calvin 
Chrisman 


Robert 
Cook 


Andrew 
Copenhaver 


James 
Davenport 


David 
Falcone 


Tom 
Farquhar 


Bucky 
Fondren 


Barney 
Freeman 


Richard 
Gonet 


John 
Gutekunst 


James 
Hasson 


Howard 
Hay 


RandaU 
Henry 


Roger 
Hughes 


Charles 
Hybarger 


Dexter 
Jeffords 


Craig 
Jenson 


Jeffrey 
Johnson 


Roy 
Jones 


David 
Jubanowsky 


Thomas 
Kinney 




Ted 
Lyons 


Jim 
Madison 


William 
Miller 


Jeffrey 
Mitchell 


Arthur 
Morgan 


Robert 
Mumma 


Michael 
Myers 


Ronald 
O'Kelley 




John 
Phillips 


Fred 
Priest 


William 
Rasnick 


Richard 
Reamer 


Richard 
Reed 


Michael 
Renneker 


Michael 
Roberts 


Robert 
Running 




David 
Smith 


Philip 
Snead 


Guy 

Solie 


William 
Somers 


Rodney 
Stewart 


James 
Stitt 


Kirk 
Studstrup 


William 
Sumner 




Jon 
Washburn 


Robert 
Whitley 


Everett 
Wilcox 


Phillip 
Wilhelm 


John 
Willis 


Charles 
Wilson 


Ernest 
Wooden 


Earl 
Yates 






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SIGMA NU 

Gamma came on big this year, 
big enough to establish the "ghetto" 
in Wannamaker. Under able Frank 
Huffman, we claimed officers in 
MSGA, IFC, Student Union, Senior 
Class, Judicial Board. YMCA, 
housemasters, and a host of Y-men. 
Highlights were Kraftie's moon- 
lighting as Santa Glaus — great fin- 



special — Zeta football game — hoe- 
down and first annual turtle races — 
elegant White Rose formal — Toni 
Kline as our sweetheart — rise of 
the Munchkins — our first movie — 
fantastic pledge class and their "sit- 
in" in our chapter room — the rash 
of pinnings after the pond was 
drained — torch run from Raleigh — 



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in I.M. 


footl: 


lall — homecoming 


too 


much to 


mention. A very 


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Elegance at the White Rose Formal. 






















James 
Ake 


James 
Alexander 




John 
Aherman 






William 
Baggs 


Robert 
Bergen 




Michael 
Borasky 


Allen 
Bredenberg 


James 
Brigham 


Paul 
Conrov 


Douglas 
Dacko 




Roger 
Dickinson 






Wilton 
Drake 


Stuart 
Ducker 




Jeffrey 
Dunn 


Joseph 
Edwards 


David 
Elliott 


John 
Gibson 


Geoffrey 
Giles 




Glenn 
Goodyear 






James 
Hayes 


Quinn 
Hollomon 




Gary 
Horvitz 


Frank 
Huffman. Pres. 


William 
Hufford 


Randolph 
Lore 


Robert 

Margulies 




Robert 
Marlay 






Walter 
Matthews 


Jay 
Messer 




Jay 
Miller 


John 
Miller 


Luther 

Milspaw 


Frank 
Shapins 


Rick 

Stein 




John 
Still 






Stanley 
Stoler 


Sam 
Stone 




Gary 
Stubbs 


John 
Taurman 


Norwood 
Tisdale 




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Beer blast 


at, and in, 


the Eno. 








What's happening to the 


youth of Ameri 


John 
Buder 


James 
Cahill 


John 
Call 


Robert 
Chapman 


Peter 

Chikes 


Nick 
Ciompi 


John 
Colman 


John 
Conn 


Anthony 
Conner 


Jon 
Elmendorf 


George 
Fehon 


Michael 
Flick 


Stanley 
Ford 


David 
Forth 


Paul 
Forth 


William 
Francis 


Leon 
Freedman 


Robert 
Friesen 


Richard 
Huntington 


Frederick 
lobst 


Hal 
Kammerer 


William 
Kenerly 


Arthur 
Knight 


Richard 
Kraft 


John 
Kundzins 


Banny 
Lesesne 


Robert 
Levine 


Dale 

Ness 


Morton 
Ormon 


Charles 
Patterson 


Allen 
Patton 


William 
Phelps 


Robert 
Roth 


Kenneth 
Rutherford 


Steven 
Sacks 


Joseph 
Schwab 


Robert 
Waldman 


James 
Waldo 


Charles 
Williams 


Jay 

Williams 


Jeffrey 
Wilson 


Tim 
Wolbert 


Robert 
Wood 


Erwin 
Workman 


Dell 
Ziegler 




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A chilly welcome to TEP. 




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Roy 

Vbemathy 


MitcheU 
Bassman 


Johnny 
Berger 


Richard 
Fox 


Alan 
Frank, Pres. 


Larry 
Friedman 


Michael 
Kaper 


James 
Klein 


Robert 
McKenzie 


Robert 
Seidel 


Barry 
Sharoff 


Stuart 
Shorensteii 




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TAU EPSILON PHI 

As usual, all year long TEP DID. 
Stick studied the gospel according 
to Charlie Brown while Llums ac- 
quired a taste for melon; G.B. loved 
Mary moore and moore, and started 
making plans, but Schums outdid 
him. Sly kept on making pit stops, 
and Soap discovered all-night bowl- 
ing alleys. The Poker Derby passed 
unanimously, except for Horse's 
neigh. The whole problem with 
Regan (The Eternal Phlame) was 
flies; naturally, Berkey knows. Bar- 
ry walked with an ugly list, and 
Newie had a barb in his side that 



didn't keep him from typing. Fang 
ended his one-man normality cult, 
but ACBD elected Fyng best 
pledge, and the Dobbs Fairy got a 
rose for rush. Turtle took Geraldtal 
instead. Reality took his study of 
Buddhist monks too seriously, and 
— Man found out he's not worth a 
fin. We left somebody out, but we 
can't remember who. And finally, 
nobody ever did find out just what 
it is that TEP DOES (except for the 
small army of frosh who started 
DOING immediately after rush). 




TEP's Pepsi (?) generation. 



Lenard 
Berkowitz 


Philip 
Bestic 


Myer 
Boyarsky 


Calvert 
Bullock 


Marshall 
Checket 


David 
Cohen 


Robert 
Dickraan 


Ryan 
Dybdahl 


Thomas 
Fegley 


Steve 
Goldberg 


Stephan 
Goldman 


Henry 
Gorman 


Paul 
Gottlieb 


Philip 
Graitcer 


James 
Guest 


Mark 
Hauser 


Marc 
Hillson 


Guy 

Hudgins 


Howard 
Nathanson 


Howard 
Newmark 


Michael 
Pearlman 


Stuart 
Roberts 


Dan 
Robertson 


John 
Ruey 


Jerome 

Saks 


Dennis 
Schumer 




Michael 
Small 


Edmund 
Thomas 


David 
Wallaeger 


Edward 
Waxman 


Jerome 
Weiss 


Paul 
Winters 


Michael 
ZeUer 


Fred 
Zenger 






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iris with an 


open house. 


"Come to Mama!" 






Greek gods display 
chariot races. 


athletic prowess 


in the 


William 
Ackerman 


David 
Anderson 


Erik 
Anderson 


David 
Armbrecht 


Jim 

Atkins 




Wayne 
Boaz 


John 
Bond 


Robert 
Bond 


James 
Crowell 


Robert 
Daane 


Frederick 
Daugherty 


Henry 
David 


Gary 
Dean 




Frederick 
Eason 


Richard 
Emslie 


Donald 
Fleck 


Kenneth 
Hipp 


Joseph 
Hitchman 


David 
Hoaglin 


Steven 
Hobbs 


Robert 
Houck 




Clifton 
Hudgins 


Hugh 
Hutchinson 


John 
Jennings 


Robert 

Morgan 


Victor 

Nadler 


Dan 

Nagel 


Thomas 

Nash 


Norman 
Nickle 




James 

Nunley 


Carl 
Patrick 


Boris 
Peterlin 


Michael 
Shahan 


Dale 
Slivinske 


Alex 
Smythers 


Roswell 
Spears 


James 
Stevens 




Elbert 
Swinden 


Stephen 
Tice 


William 
Trent 








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"He said he had better things to do.' 



THETA CHI 

Under the gavel of iron-man 
Lichty, the T-Chi's rolled on to new 
heights. The intellectuals played 
bridge and tried to fathom the sub- 
tleties of Batman; the engineers 
drank, but with native intelligence 
and astute cramming, we held our 
high grade ranking. Fleck woke up 
on exec council, Jap pushed on to 
his 500th win while Knurd made 
it one in a row, Lurch blitzed main 



quad in stereo, though the air raid 
was halted by an IFC counterattack. 
Rush left us with sweet memories, 
mono, and top-notch pledges. We 
came out on top with sororities, 
splitting the cost and drinking all 
the beer. The Bahamas blast made 
it back again, despite Manoose; 
Beach weekend was unusual as 
usual. A hard year to top — but 
we'll try. 



James 
Brooks 


Edward 
Brown 


Robert 
Burr 


Kenneth 
Calender 


Edward 
Carter 


Stephen 
Castles 


Bruce 
Conners 


Charles 
Couper 


Philip 
Fox 


Powell 
Gahagan 


John 
Gajewski 


Donald 
Gaw 


Charles 
Goff 


Henry 
Hartley 


Donald 
Herzberg 




Paul 
Jenson 


Bruce 
Johnson 


Edmund 
Kneisel 


Myron 
Lichty, Pres. 


Michael 

Manes 


Alfred 
Mayne 


Herbert 
McGinty 




Lawrence 
Phillips 


Frederick 
Purnell 


David 
Pyne 


Allen 
Raley 


Burton 
Rice 


Thomas 
Riggs 


Donald 
Schurlknight 




William 
Wagner 


Paul 
Warlick 


David 
Watson 


William 
Weed 


John 
Wilkinson 


Keith 
Williams 


David 
Woodford 






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ZETA BETA TAU 

One again the deep end of Craven 
Quad was the scene of frivolity 
and merriment. In spite of the 
strong-armed leadership of Tricky 
Dick, mental and moral degeneracy 
ran rampant in the tower, while 
Grape was a real "Dad" to Pretty 
Boy and Harv. Fall semester was 
marked by numerous parties, the 
Annual Ugly Man Contest run by 
Agile and "My Fair Laddy" for 



the Follies. Leffkowitz ran rush, 
climaxed by Chinese Open House 
with the Hot Nuts, as GK intro- 
duced the one-ball system. Spring 
semester brought Mardi Gross skits, 
Greek Week and the farcical chariot 
race, Joe College, and the Beach. 
While Momstein was changed to 
Batstein, Leigh became Rabinowitz 
the Boy Rabbi; Marty captained 
the B-ball team to its first unde- 



feated season, and Joel was unde- 
feated as Sergeant-at-arms. Sid 
graduated with an MA in speech. 
Fog decided to be the only Dentist 
with evening hours, and Harris be- 
came the new Ben Casey. The year 
ended with Dapper still stringing 
them up, Novick cutting them down, 
and the Fly on the loose. A vile 
year for ZBT?— NOT! 



Kenneth 
Alder 


Alan 
Amery 


Stephen 
Aronoff 


Michael 
Banker 


Alan 
Bayman 


Laurence 
Beck 


Frederick 
Berger 


Marc 
Caplan 


Claudius 
Claiborne 


Irvin 
Cohen 


Mark 
Coplan 


Nick 
Davis 


Steven 
Denenberg 


Alan 
Dubin 


Marc 
Green 


Ethan 
Grossman 


Michael 
Hale 


Michael 
Harris 


Richard 
Helstein, Pres. 


Craig 
Kessler 


David 
Kneapler 


William 
Lutwick 


John 
Mann 


Stephen 
McLeod 


Alan 
Moses 


Steven 
Newman 


Donald 
Novick 


Michael 
Pousner 


Scott 
Seltzer 


Charles 
Shoneman 


Martin 
Silver 


David 
Silverforb 


Robert 
Simons 


Mark 
Spiegel 


Michael 
Stoner 












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A typical 


Zebe skit for 


the Follies. 








Nice, brotherly attitude. 




Gordon 
Berman 


Richard 
Berman 


Richard 
Berney 


Bert 
Binder 


Sidney 
Bliuer 


Jory 
Braun 


Jeffrey 
Brick 


Albert 
Bronson 


Kenneth 
Brownstein 


Gary 
Fentin 


Jack 
Fleet 


James 
Freidland 


Mark 
Gitenstein 


Harvey 
Goldman 


Joel 
Goldman 


Donald 
Goodkin 


Alan 
Gradman 


Harry 
Gray 


Kenneth 
Korman 


David 
Kreger 


Peter 
Kumpe 


Richard 
Lee 


Michael 
Leff 


Herbert 
Lehman 


John 
Leikensohn 


Leigh 
Lerner 


Stephen 
Loescher 


Robert 
Rosenthal 


George 
Rothman 


Hyman 
Rubin 


Peter 
Rubin 


Joe 
Rudberg 


William 
Samuels 


Stephen 
Schorr 


Ted 
Schwartz 


Patrick 
Stamile 


Danny 
StroU 


Michael 
Suffness 


Carl 
Tobias 


James 
Vodges 


John 
Wade 


Jonathan 
Wallas 


Mark 
Wasserman 


Herb 
Zimmer 






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GREEK LIFE 




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Homecoming display take 



■i»-»i'e. Joe College float rolls along in fine style. 

Fraternity open houses on Sunday afternoons provide first semester And here we have a typical group of Duke 
socializing. gentlemen. 



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DORMITORIES 





Aycock. President Susan Rodrian and Counselor Carol Garlington. 



EAST CAMPUS 
HOUSES 

On East Campus, unlike West, 
living is centered in the dormitory, 
where a mixture of Greeks, inde- 
pendents, upperclass women, and 
underclass women live together dur- 
ing their years at Duke. The East 
Campus dorm is a center of activi- 
ties which begin with the welcoming 
of freshmen and include parties, 
house meetings, skits, and discus- 
sions. Each year every dorm elects 
a house council which handles prob- 
lems, programs, and suggestions for 
the house. The council is presided 
over by the house president and 
house counselor. The president of 
each house is a member of the 
House Presidents Board, which co- 
ordinates house meetings, general 
problems, and plans of all the 
dorms. 




Addoms. President Karen Amen and Counselor Carol Garris. 



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Faculty Apartments. Seated, I. to r.: Mrs. Marilyn Thursby, counse- 
lor; Elizabeth Hiley, experimental dorm.; Lide Cooke, French cor- 
ridor. Standing: Katherine Butler, Spanish corridor; Elizabeth 
Ramsey, humanities corridor. 



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Brown. President Judy Johnson and Counselor Mrs. Mildred Durden. 



Bassett. President Judy Hyder and Counselor Eva Poythress. 



Southgate. Counselor Ella Jean Shore and 
President Martha Lou Dantzler. 





Giles. Counselor Brandon McDaniel and President Cindy GiUiatt. 



309 




Gilbert. Counselor Evelyn Shakir 
and President Barbara Haskett. 




Pegram. Counselor Pat Woodward and President Kate Land. 





Jarvis. Counselor Sylvia Short and President Phyllis Greenwood. 



Alspaugh. Counselor Barbara Proctor and President Kathy Fiaccone. 



310 



HOUSEMASTERS 

The University's housemaster 
program was established to provide 
capable resident advisors for the 
freshmen houses and to help foster 
a program that includes a serious 
approach to academic questions as 
well as social functions. 

The job of the housemasters and 
their assistants includes administra- 
tion, counseling, and discipline. 
The housemasters act as advisors 
both for the personal problems of 
the freshmen and for the activity 
programs planned by the house 
councils. 




Seated (clockwise): R. Johnson, J. Fink, C. Adams, F. Campbell, 
B. Black, C. Lyon, D. Lawson, L. Dillon, D. Craven. Standing: T. Ed- 
gar, F. Kaufhold, W. Graves, P. Lader, D. Hopkins, G. Harmon, G. 
Solie, T. Lemly, R. Stottlemeyer, E. Wilcox, G. Romp, J. Alexander, 
J. Moffet, J. Bethel, B. Hyde, H. Nurkin, S. Matthews. Not pictured: 
R. Cox, D. Fleck. 



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Seated (clockwise): G. Romp, J. Kinney, D. Cuth, T. Newby, Pres.; 
B. Andrews, J. Bruce, J. Miller. Standing: B. Stevens, G. Ahman, 
J. Hiatt, J. Kemodle. 



ASSOCIATION 

OF INDEPENDENT 

HOUSES 

The Association of Independent 
Houses facilitates and encourages 
the activities of the various inde- 
pendent living groups on the Duke 
campus. Representing the nine 
separate independent houses, the 
Association decides what action 
should be taken in matters involving 
the independent community and set- 
tles disputes among the member 
groups. Through its work, the As- 
sociation hopes to foster greater 
unity among the groups, while at 
the same time allowing the expres- 
sion of individual identity. 



311 



WEST 

CAMPUS 

HOUSES 




Independent and friend decorate for Homecoming. 




Tom Newby speaks to freshmen during a panel 
discussion. 



Residents of Tabard Hall dine with faculty members. 



312 





Boys from John Avery Boys Club are entertained by a mysterious 
stranger at Canterbury's Christmas party. 





Canterbury Hall improves Clemson's image in a Homecoming display. 



The AIH "Red Garter Dance" in Chapel Hill. 



313 



DORM LIFE 

The University makes various provisions to fur- 
nish shelter for us — fraternity and independent 
sections, East dorms, new facilities on West, and 
experimentation with corridors on East. Whether our 
neighbors are determined by fraternal bond, com- 
mon interests, or a shuffle of the IBM cards, we live 
together and share things to some degree. The Eternal 
Search for a place to study usually terminates here, 
and we develop phenomenal powers of concentration 
(or feign them) — somehow managing a little work 
between quad-ball games; tube, card, and bull ses- 
sions; all-over calls and callers. Dorm life though 
is not merely a series of interruptions, but a variety 
of experiences with others who are here for reasons 
similar to ours. . . . 





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TRINITY COLLEGE: Secretary-Treasurer, Jeffrey Dunn; 
Vice-President, Howard Hay; President, Samuel Southern. 




WOMAN'S COLLEGE: President, Elizabeth Weatherford; 
Vice-President, Ethel Tinsley; Treasurer, Victoria Ekvall; 
Secretary, Suzanne Turner. 




COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING: President, Glenn Rupp; 
Secretary-Treasurer, Roger Hughes. 




SCHOOL OF NURSING: President, Ann Bohnet; Vice- 
President, Linda Habbersett; Treasurer, Martha Williams; 
Secretary, E. Anne Seaholm. 



Seniors 

Class of 

1966 



320 



First row: 

ABERCROMBIE, Brenda Lee, Greenville, S. C; Mathematics; 

Zeta Tau Alpha; YWCA 1, 2, 4. 

ABERNETHY, Roy F., Jr., Mt. Lebanon, Pa.; Psychology; Tau 

Epsilon Phi; Pep Board 2; Pre-Med Society 1; Student Union 

1, 2; Intramurals 1, 3, 4. 

ADAMS, Dorothy Ann, St. Albans, W. Va.; Nursing; Santa Filo- 

mena. 



Second row: 

AHRENDT, Thais Edwina, Ridgefield Park, N. J.; Chemistry; 
Delta Gamma; Pan-Hellenic Council 4; Rush Advisor 3; YWCA 
1, 2. 4. 

AKE, James L., Dover, Dela. ; Civil Engineering; Sigma Nu; 
ASCE 3, Pres. 4; Engineering Student Coun. 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
ALBRIGHT, William Unistead, J^, Durham, N. C.; History; 
Student Union 1, 2, 3. 



Third row: 

ALEXANDER, James Patrick, Marietta, Ga.; History; Who's 

Who; Sigma Nu; Chronicle 4; Pre-Med Society 1, Sec. 2, 3; 

Student Union 1, 2, Chairman Social Committee 3, Board of 

Governors 4. 

ALLEN, Philip Henry, Jr., Durham, N. C; History; Phi Kappa 

Sigma; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 

ANDERSEN, Marilyn Ruth, Winter Haven, Fla.; French; Campus 

Chest 2; Religious Council 2. 



Fourth row: 

ANDERSON, Marjorie Clare, Asheville, N. C; Economics; Ivy, 
Pres.; Phi Beta Kappa; Kappa Delta, Pres. 

ANDERSON. William Eugene, Oxford, N. C; History; Archive 4; 
Debate Team 1; Marching Band 1; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
ANDREWS, Robert Dunten, Clayton, N. Y.; Chemistry. 



Fifth row: 

ANNA, Timothy Eagan, Clearwater, Fla.; History; Sigma Delta 
Pi. Treas. 3; Model U. N. 1, 2, Vice Pres. 3, Sec-Gen. 4; Pep 
Board 1 ; YMCA Cabinet 3, 4. 

APGAR. Bonnie Gail, East Meadow, N. Y.; Art History. 
ARCHIE, William C, Jr., Newark, Del.; Chemistry; Men's Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3. 



Sixth roiv: 

ARMSTRONG, Charlton Preston, III, Greenville, S. C; Psychol- 
ogy; Phi Kappa Sigma; Cheerleader 2, Head 3; Educational 
Affairs Committee; Pep Board 2; Pre-Med Society 2; YMCA 3; 
Swimming L 

ARMSTRONG, Robert Nicely, Asheville, N. C. ; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Order of St. Patrick; ASME 2, 3, 4; Engineers Guidance 
Coun. 3, 4; Engineering Student Coun., Vice-Pres. 4; NROTC 1; 
YMCA 1. 

ARNOLD, Ingrid D., Tullahoma, Tenn.; Zoology; Ivy; Phi Beta 
Kappa; Alpha Phi; Rush Advisor 3; Student Union 3, 4; YWCA 
L 2, 3, 4. 



Seventh row: 

ASHBY, Donald Arthur, Nassawadox, Va.; Electrical Engineering; 
Alpha Tau Omega; Engineers Guidance Coun. 1; Football 1, 3. 
ASTLEY, Robert Franklin, Miami, Fla.; History; Phi Delta Theta; 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track L 
AVERY, Dianne, McLean, Va.; English. 



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First row: 

AVETT, Alice Ruth, Hudson, N. C; Nursing. 
BACKUS, Michael Edward, Johnson City, Tenn. ; Political Sci- 
ence; Pi Sigma Alpha; Pi Kappa Alpha. 
BAILEY, Susan R., Arlington, Va.; Botany. 



Second roiv: 

BAKER, Sarah Louise, Decatur, 111.; German; Phi Beta Kappa; 
Phi Kappa Delta, Sec. 4; Delta Phi Alpha, Sec. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; 
Alpha Chi Omega; Chancel Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; Chapel Choir 
1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, Pres. 4, Business Manager 2, 3. 
BAKER, William Hale, Atlanta, Ga. ; Mathematics; Delta Tau 
Delta; Pre-Med Society 1, 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
BALESTRA, Melanie Leah, Waynesboro, Pa.; Nursing; Kappa 
Alpha Theta; Student Union 2, 3, 4. 



Third row: 

BANNERMAN, Jeanne Elizabeth, Baton Rouge, La. ; Mathematics; 
Delta Delta Delta; CHANTICLEER 1; Pan-Hellenic Council 4. 
BARBARE, Drayton West, Rock Hill. S. C; Mathematics; NROTC 
1; BSU 2, 3, 4. 

BARKSDALE, Edgar Wilson, Jr., Atlanta, Ga.; Economics; Alpha 
Kappa Psi; YMCA, Y-Council Pres. 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Fourth row: 

BARNES, Pamela Sue, Oceanside, N. Y. ; French; Tau Psi Omega. 
BARRIOS, Hillis Mairy Scribner, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Psy- 
chology; Alpha Phi; Student Union 1, 2, 3, Board of Chairmen 4; 
NSA 2; WSGA 2; YWCA 2, 3. 

BASWELL, David Lee Porter, St. Charles, 111.; Zoology; Alpha 
Phi Omega; Outing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3, 4; 
YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; House Treas. 1. 



Fifth row: 

BAYLES, Susan Wintfield, Arlington, Va.; English; Delta 

Gamma; YWCA 1. 2. 3, 4. 

BEINEKE, Betsy Lee. Fort Thomas, Ky. ; Zoology; Ivy; Zeta 

Tau Alpha; Hoof 'n Horn 3. 4; Nereidians 1, 2; Student Union 

2, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3. 

BELL, Alexander Wayne, Shreveport, La.; History; Who^s Who;- 

Omicron Delta Kappa; Pi Kappa Phi; Y-FAC 2, 3, 4; Judicial 

Board 3, 4; MSGA 1, 3, 4; Symposium Committee 2, 3, 4; 

YMCA 2, 3, 4; Class Vice Pres. 1. 



Sixth row: 

BELL, Barbara Lynn, Milvsraukee, Wis.; Sociology; Who's Who; 
Sandals; Kappa Kappa Gamma; WSGA, Legislator 3, Vice-Pres. 
4; YWCA 2, Sec.-Treas. 1. 

BELLMAN, Donald Horace, Jr., Chillum, Md.; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Who's Who; Pi Mu Epsilon; Pi Tau Sigma: Tau Beta 
Pi, Pres. 4; Omicron Delta Kappa; AFROTC 1, 2; ASME 2, 4; 
Chronicle 1, 2, 3, Associate Editor 4; Engineers Guidance Council 
2, 4; MSGA 2; YMCA 1, 2; Publications Board 4. 
BEMIS, Linda Kay, Webster Groves, Mo.; Political Science; Ivy; 
Pi Sigma Alpha, Pres. 4; Phi Beta Kappa; Kappa Delta, Treas. 4; 
Pep Board 1; Student Union 1, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Seventh row: 

BENDON, James A., Fort Lauderdale. Fla. ; Chemistry; Order of 
Hippocrates; Pre-Med Society 2, 3; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
BENNER, Harry Robinson, Wilmington, Del.; History. 
BENSON, Jo; Richmond, Va.; Political Science; Sandals; Pi 
Sigma Alpha; Pi Beta Phi; Freshman Advisory Council 4; Nerei- 
dians 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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First row: 

BERG, Stefan David, Scarsdale, N. Y. ; Psychology. 
BERGELIN, Kristine, Big Rapids, Mich.; History; Zeta Tau 
Alpha; Campus Chest 3; Chanticleer 1; Rush Advisor 4; YWCA 

1, 2. 

BERGEN, Robert Earle, Lancaster, Pa.; Mechanical Engineering; 
Sigma Nu; ASME 4. 

Second row: 

BERNSTEIN, Jerry Charles, Wilson, N. C; Chemistry; Pi Kappa 
Phi; MSGA 3; Pre-Med Society 3, 4; Student Union 1, 2, 3, 
Chairman Major Attractions Committee 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
BILLINGS, Harold Dean, Durham, N. C; History. 
BILLINGS, Mary Ellen, Hants, England; Nursing; NSGA Honor 
Council 2; Publications Committee 4, Business Manager 4. 

Third row: 

BIRKEL, J. Wayne, Charlottesville, Va.; Psychology; Campus 
Chest 3; Pep Board 3; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1. 
BISCHOFF, Douglas Knowles, New Delhi, India; History; Delta 
Tau Delta, Vice-Pres. 4; Joe College Steer. Com. 3; NROTC 1; 
Drill Team 1 ; Playbill, Business Manager 3 ; Student Union 1, 2, 
3; Winter Weekend Committee 3; Track 1. 
BLACK, Loyd Hall, Jr., The Rock, Ga.; English. 

Fourth row: 

BLACKSHEAR, William Maurice, Jr., Panama City, Fla.; Chemis- 
try; Phi Beta Kappa; Order of Hippocrates; Pi Mu Epsilon; 
Y-FAC 3, 4; MSGA 3; Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Union 
3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

BLACKWELL, Sally Anne, Kernersville, N. C; English; Delta 
Mu Tau; Delta Delta Delta; Y-FAC 4; Madrigal Singers 1; 
YWCA L 

BLAKELY, John Treleaven, Beloit, Wis.; Economics; Beta Omega 
Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Delta Theta; House President 1; 
MSGA 1; Pre-Med Society L 

Fifth row: 

BLITCH, James Bedford, Jr., Springfield, Va.; Psychology; Pre- 
Med. Society 1, 2. 

BLITZER, Sidney M., Jr., Baton Rouge, La.; Economics; Alpha 
Kappa Psi; Zeta Beta Tau, Vice-Pres. 4, Treas. 3; AIESEC, 
Treas. 2; Bench and Bar 1, 2, 3, 4; Joe College Steer. Com. 

2, 3, 4; Traditions Board 2; University Weekends Steering Com. 
4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

BLOEMEKE, Lynn J., Clinton, N. J.; History; Delta Phi Alpha; 
Chapel Choir 1; Freshman Advisory Coun. 3; Women's Glee Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Sixth row: 

BLOOMER, Elaine Jude, Old Saybrook, Conn.; History; Nerei- 

dian 2, 3, Pres. 4; Sailing Club 1, 2; WRA Executive Board 2, 3, 

4; WSGA 2; YWCA 2, 3. 

BOHNET, Ann Louise, Lyndonville, N. Y.; Nursing; Santa Filo- 

mena 4; Honor Council 3; NSGA 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Pres. 4; Outing 

Club 2. 

BOLCH, Lucy Bishopric, Durham, N. C. ; Russian. 

Seventh row: 

BOONE, Leslie Rae, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil; History; Sigma 
Deha Pi; International Student Committee 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
BOOP, John Martin, Durham, N. C. ; Economics; Alpha Kappa 
Psi, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4. 

BOOTH, Judyth Elayne, Oklahoma City, Okla. ; History; Chanti- 
cleer 1; Freshman Advisory Coun. 3; Student Union 2, Board 
of Chairmen 3; WSGA 2; YWCA 1, 2. 



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First row: 

BORGMANN, William Frederick, Jr., Fort Wayne, Ind.; Eco- 
nomics; Alpha Kappa Psi; Kappa Sigma; Interfraternity Council 
2, 3, 4; Pre-Med Society 1, 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
BOUGHTON, James Murray, Lafayette, Ind.; Economics; WDBS 

1, Production Manager 2, Station Manager 3, 4; Radio Council 

2, 3, 4; Fencing Team 1. 

BO YARD, Brian Edward, Sylvania, Ohio; Chemistry; Who's Who; 
Kappa Sigma, President 3; Interfraternity Council 3, President 4; 
Old Trinity Club 4; Basketball 1; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Second row: 

BOWERS. Susan Belvin, Gainesville, Fla. ; Botany; Zeta Tau 
Alpha; Pan-Hellenic Council 3; Rush Advisor 4; Freshman Ad- 
visory Council 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; WRA 1, 2. 
BOWERS, William Randolph, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Political Sci- 
ence; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1. 

BOWMAN, Frank Lee, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Mathematics; Beta 
Omega Sigma; Pi Mu Epsilon; Alpha Tau Omega; MSGA 1, 2, 3; 
Judicial Board 1; Traditions Board 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3; NROTC 
1, 2, 3, 4. 

Third row: 

BOYD, Mary Stowe, Greensboro, N. C; English; Kappa Delta; 

Pan-Hellenic Council 3; Rush Advisor 3; Glee Club 1; Pep Board 

2; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

BOYER, Barry B., Miami, Fla.; English; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi 

Beta Kappa; Kappa Sigma, Sec. 2, 3, Pres. 4. 

BOYLE, William Johnston, Jr., Panama City, Fla.; Chemistry; 

Phi Eta Sigma. 

Fourth row: 

BRADLEY, Samuel Mauney, Arlington, Va.; Political Science; 

Deha Phi Alpha; Pi Sigma Alpha; AFROTC 1, 2; Y-FAC 3, 4; 

MSGA 1, 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Lutheran Students Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 4, 

President 4. 

BRAIBANTI, Claire Joy, Durham, N. C; English. 

BRAUCH, Catherine Carol, Ridgewood, N. J.; Nursing. 

Fifth row: 

BREDENBERG, Allan Nelson. Bethany, Conn. ; Civil Engineering; 
Sigma Nu; ASCE 3, Treasurer 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
BRICK, Jeffrey Michael. Prairie Village, Kans.; Electrical Engi- 
neering; Who's Who; Phi Beta Kappa; Order of St. Patrick; 
Zeta Beta Tau; Engineering Student Council 3, 4; Court of Ap- 
peals 3, 4: Interfraternity Council 2; MSGA 1; Pre-Med Society 

3, 4; YMCA 1. 

BRIENZA, Nicholas, College Park, Md. ; Electrical Engineering; 
Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Mu Epsilon; Tau Beta Phi; 
Engineers Guidance Council 3, 4; Engineering Student Council 4; 
IEEE 1, 2, 3, Vice-Chairman 4; Chairman of Engineers' Show. 

Sixth row: 

BRIGMON, Mary Kathlyn, Candler, N. C; History: International 
Club 3, 4. 

BRIM. Thomas Pittman. Mount Airy, N. C; History; Bench and 
Bar 1; MSGA 2; Peer 1, 2; Student Union 2. 
BRINDLE, James Hoffert. Harrisburg, Pa.; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; AFROTC 4; IEEE 4; Pep Band; Lutheran Student Associa- 
tion. 

Seventh row: 

BRINTON, Margo Ann. Hanover, Pa.; Zoology; International 
Club 3. 4; Pre-Med Society 2, 3; Student Union 2, 3, 4; Dorm 
Sec. 3, Treas. 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

BROWN, Linda Wyatt, Riviera Beach, Fla.; Education; Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Campus Chest 3; Chanti- 
cleer 2; Freshman Advisory Council 4; Pep Board 2; YWCA 
1,2. 

BROWNLOW, Jane Elizabeth, Alexandria, Va.; English; Judicial 
Board 4; Student Union 1, 2; WSGA 2. 



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First row: 

BROWNSTEIN, Kenneth Richard, Evanston, 111.; History; Zeta 
Beta Tau. 

BROYLES, John Douglas, Raleigh, N. C. ; German; Duke Players 
2; Outing Club 4; Sailing Club 4. 

BRUCE, James William, Wilmington, Del.; English; Delta Phi 
Alpha; Bench and Bar 4; Chapel Choir 1; Glee Club 1; March- 
ing Band 1, 2; Symposium Committee 3; Student Union 1, 2, 3. 



Second row: 

BRYANT, Michael Lee, Cocoa, Fla.; Political Science; Red Friars; 
Who's Who; Beta Omega Sigma; Phi Delta Theta. 
BUCHANAN, William Edward, Tulsa, Okla. ; Civil Engineering; 
Phi Delta Theta, Pres. 4; ASCE 3, 4; Interfraternity Council 
1, 2, 3, 4. 

BUCK, George Stephen, Charlotte, N. C; Chemistry; Kappa 
Alpha; Campus Chest 4; Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Third row: 

BUCKMAN, Barbara Greaves, Orange Park, Fla.; Latin; Ivy; 
Eta Sigma Phi; Delta Delta Delta; Duke Players 1. 
BUNCH. Charlotte Anne, Artesia. New Mex.; History; Who's 
Who; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Delta; White Duchy; Re- 
ligious Council 2, 3; Symposium Committee 2, 3, 4; Student 
Union 1; YWCA 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4. 

BUNCK, Sue Ann, Racine, Wis.; English; Alpha Delta Pi; Fresh- 
man Advisory Council 3; ^'WCA 1, 2; Dorm Sec. 2; Vice-Pres. 4. 

Fourth row: 

BURGSTAHLER, Robert John, Birmingham, Mich.; Business 
Administration; Judicial Board 1; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. 
BURNS, Stanley Theodore, Kingsport, Tenn. ; Political Science. 
BURTON, Richard Spencer, Honcoye Falls, N. Y. ; Chemistry; 
Sigma Chi, Vice-Pres. 3. 

Fifth row: 

BYERS, Maribeth, Winston-Salem, N. C; Religion; Alpha Phi; 
Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
BYERS, Thomas Burwell, Forest City, N. C; Political Science; 
Pi Sigma Alpha. 

CAMPBELL, John Lawrence, Waynesboro, Pa.; Economics; 
Who's Who; Old Trinity; Delta Sigma Phi, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; 
Y-FAC 4; Interfraternity Council 3, 4; MSGA 3, 4, Senior Fra- 
ternity Senator 4; Pep Board 1; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Sixth roiv: 

CAMPBELL, Stephen Edward, Barre, Vt.; Chemistry; Order of 

Hippocrates; Pi Kappa Alpha; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Interfraternity 

Council 3; Track 1. 

CAREW, Joan Frances, Wilmington, Del.; Zoology; Phi Beta 

Kappa; Sandals; Alpha Deha Pi; Freshman Advisory Council 4; 

WSGA 1, 2. 

CARLILE, Catherine Jane, Winnetka, 111.; French; Ivy; Kappa 

Kappa Gamma, Treas. 3. 

Seventh row: 

CARLTON, Cynthia Dean, Charlotte, N. C; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Delta Gamma, Sec. 4; Freshman Advisory Council 4; Rush 
Advisor 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

CARNEY, Eugene Joseph, Charlotte, N. C. ; Chemistry; Kappa 
Sigma, Vice-Pres. 4; Campus Chest 1; Pre- Med Society 1; YMCA 
1, 2, 3, 4. 

CARPENTER, Thomas Sheridan, Attleboro, Mass.; History; 
Alpha Tau Omega; Football L 



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First row: 

CARRUTH, Carolyn Elizabeth, Houston, Tex.; Psychology; Delta 
Delta Delta; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FAC 4. 
CARRUTHERS, Robert Bruce, Clearwater, Fla. ; History; Lambda 
Chi Alpha, Secretary 3, 4; Bench and Bar 1; Chronicle 1, 2, 3; 
Y-FAC 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

CARSON, Edith Jane, Pilot Mountain, N. C; Political Science; 
Delta Gamma; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Phi Alpha; Pi Sigma 
Alpha. 



Second row: 

CARTER, Rilla Louise, Commerce, Ga. ; Spanish; Phi Beta Kappa; 

Ivy; Sigma Delta Pi; Ass't. Chief Marshal 3; Chapel Choir 1; 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

CARTY, James Byron, Jr., Drexel Hill, Pa.; Chemistry; Pre-Med 

Society 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

CAUSEY. Brent Eugene. Sanford, N. C. ; History; Pi Kappa 

Alpha; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Third row: 

CAVALARIS, Pamela Anna, Greenville, S. C; Nursing. 
CHALK, Dorothy S., Morehead City, N. C; History; Alpha Chi 
Omega, Secretary 3, President 4; Panhellenic Council 2, 3; 
Judicial Board 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

CHAMBERLAIN, Christine, Scarsdale, N. Y.; English; Kappa 
Alpha Theta; Student Union 3. 



Fourth row: 

CHAMPION, Mary Julia, Wilson, N. C; Mathematics; Pi Mu 
Epsilon; Omega Tau Lambda. 

CHANDLER. Margaret H., Lookout Mountain, Tenn.; Mathe- 
matics; Alpha Delta Pi, Vice-Pres. 4; Pi Mu Epsilon; FAC 4; 
Pep Board 2. 

CHANEY, Stephen Gifford, Raleigh, N. C; Chemistry; Concert 
Band 1; Marching Band 1, 2. 



Fifth row: 

CHAPMAN, Walton Ford, Washington, D. C; Chemistry; Pi 

Kappa Phi; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

CHEETWOOD. John Simmons, Columbus, Ohio; History; Bench 

and Bar 3, 4; Student Union 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1. 

CHEN, Melvin C, Falls Church, Va.; Physics. 



Sixth row: 

CHRISTY, Carol Anne, Marietta, Ohio; Political Science; Delta 

Gamma; Student Union 2. 

CLAIRMONT, Nancy Eileen, Lynchburg, Va.; English; Honor 

Council, School of Nursing 1. 

CLARK, Kenneth Paul, Silver Spring, Md. ; English; Bench and 

Bar 3, 4; Hoof 'n Horn 1; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 

1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Seventh row: 

CLATANOFF, William Bemhard, Jr., Annapolis, Md.; Econom- 
ics; House President 4; Chronicle 3, 4; Marching Band 1; 
Lacrosse Manager 1, 2, 3. 

CLAY, James Hill, Jr., Winston-Salem, N. C; German; Who's 
Who: Theta Alpha Phi; Hoof 'n Horn 2, Director 3, 4. 
CLAYTON, Carlyle Andrew, Raleigh, N. C; Mathematics; Phi 
Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Mu Epsilon; Sigma Pi Sigma; 
Pi Kappa Phi; Campus Chest 1; Y-FAC 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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First row: 

CLINE, Janet Arlene, Wilmington, Del.; Mathematics; Ivy; Pi 

Mu Epsilon. 

CLYDE, Samuel Dyer, III, Media, Pa.; History; Kappa Sigma; 

Basketball 1; Track 1, 2. 

COBLE, Thomas Stanley, Durham, N. C; Spanish; Phi Kappa 

Sigma; House President 1; Basketball 1; Baseball 3, 4. 



Second row: 

COBURN, Carol Ann, Middletown, Ohio; French; Kappa Delta, 

Secretary 3; Class Secretary 3; WSGA 1; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Terpsichorean 2; Nereidian 1. 

COHEN, Michael Edward, Pulaski, Tenn. ; Zoology; Concert Band 

1, 2, 3; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 

COLEMAN, Theodore Hamilton, Jr., Jacksonville, Fla.; Greek. 



Third roiv: 

COLLINS, Robert Gerard, Princeton, N. J.; Philosophy; Phi 

Eta Sigma; Deha Phi Alpha; Beta Theta Pi; MSGA 3; Bench 

and Bar 1; Chapel Choir 4; Duke Players 1; Glee Club 4; Joe 

College Steer. Comm. 1; NROTC 1; Sports Car Club 1; WDBS 

1; YMCA 3; Harlequins 1. 

COMFORT, Joseph Albert, Jr., Durham, N. C; Chemistry; Pi 

Kappa Phi; Marching Band 1, 2. 

CONANT, Talitha Nute, Durham, N. C; Elementary Education; 

Sandals 2; Freshman Advisory Council 4. 



Fourth row: 

CONE, Arthur Read, III, East Aurora, N. Y.; History; Pi Kappa 
Phi; Y-FAC 3, 4; Pre-Med Society 1; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Foot- 
ball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4. 

CONN, Claudia Gail, Columbus, Ga. ; Mathematics; Pi Mu Epsi- 
lon; Sigma Pi Sigma; Sigma Kappa, Rush Chairman 3, Trea- 
surer 4. 

COOKE, Lide Taylor, Shreveport, La.; French; Tau Psi Omega; 
YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; House President 4. 



Fifth row: 

COOPER, Susan Elizabeth, Houston, Tex,; History. 
COPLEY, Cathy Jane, Miami, Fla.; English; Delta Delta Delta; 
Terpsichorean 2, 4. 

COVINGTON, Donald Kingsley, III, Bahimore, Md.; Psychology; 
Delta Mu Tau, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; March- 
ing Band 1, 2, 3, Business Manager 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Sixth row: 

COZART, Elizabeth McDonald, Durham, N. C; Nursing. 

CRESWELL, Jay Stanley, Jr., Orlando, Fla.; Economics; 

AFROTC 1; Bench and Bar 1; Duke Forum 3, 4; Chronicle 

1, 2, 3, Managing Editor 4; Pub Board 4. 

CRUMLEY, Carole Anne, Johnson City, Tenn.; French; Tau Psi 

Omega, Vice-Pres. 4; Freshman Advisory Council 4; YWCA 1, 2, 

3,4. 



Seventh row: 

CRUSE, Charles Hov^^ard, Northeast, Md. ; Electrical Engineering; 
Delta Sigma Phi; Chanticleer 1; IEEE 3, 4; NROTC 1, 2, 3, 4. 
CRUTCHER, Bryan Patterson, Charlotte, N. C. ; Political Science; 
Alpha Tau Omega; Football I. 

CULBRETH, John Thomas, Lumberton, N. C. ; English; Student 
Union 4; Chanticleer 1; Chronicle 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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First row: 

GULP, Rebecca Ann, Gold Hill, N. G.; Education; Ivy, Treasurer; 
Kappa Delta; Student Union 1, 2; WSGA 3; YWGA 1, 2, 3. 
GUNINGGIM, Penny, Glayton, Mo.; Religion; Hoof 'n Horn 
1, 2, 3; NSGA 1, 2, 3; Religious Gouncil 1, 2, 3, Vice Ghairman 4; 
YWGA 3, 4, President Freshman YWGA 1, Secretary 2. 
GUNNINGHAM, M. Suzie, Houston, Tex.; Chemistry; White 
Duchy; Who's Who; Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3, 4; House Presi- 
dent 3; WSGA 1, 3, Legislator 2, President 4. 



Second row: 

DALTON, Diana Sayre, Oakland, Galif. ; Spanish; Alpha Phi; 
WSGA 3, 4. 

DANIEL, Dorothy Houston, Washington, D. G.; English; Zeta 
Tau Alpha; YWGA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

DANLUGK. Thomas Richard, Miami Shores, Fla.; Civil Engi- 
neering; Phi Kappa Psi; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; ASCE 2, 3, 4. 



Third row: 

DANNER, Mary Fay. Gincinnati, Ohio; Spanish; Alpha Ghi 
Omega, Rush Ghairman 4; Chronicle 1, News Editor 2; Hoof 'n 
Horn 3, 4. 

DANTZLER, Martha Lou, Golumbia, S. G. ; Political Science; 
Who's Who; Phi Beta Kappa; Ivy; Pi Sigma, Alpha, Secretary 3; 
Marshal 3; Chanticleer 1; Dorm President 4; WSGA 3^. 
DARDEN, Garolyn Ross, Gonway, S. C. ; Art History. 



Fourth row> 

DAVENPORT, James Purnell. Garner, N. G.; English; Sigma Ghi. 
DAVENPORT, Richard Drake, Evanston, 111.; History; Pre-Med 
Society 2. 

DAVIDSON, Leslie La Verne, Kennett, Mo.; Art History; Phi 
Beta Kappa; Delta Gamma; Ghapel Ghoir 1; Duke Players 3, 4; 
Glee Glub 1; Hoof 'n Horn 1, 2, 3, Executive Gouncil 4; Student 
Union 2. 



Fifth row : 

DAVIS, Douglas Edward, Lakewood, Ohio; Political Science; 
Goncert Band 1 ; Outing Glub 2. 

DEGKO, Kenneth 0., Wetherfield, Gonn.; Political Science; Golf 2. 
DEES, Nancy, Durham, N. G.; French; Tau Psi Omega, Secretary- 
Treas. ; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Freshman Advisory Gouncil 4. 



Sixth row: 

DeHART, Frances Bellew, Durham, N. G.; Nursing. 
DeLANEY, Gale Porter Kyle, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Psychology; 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Chronicle; Track; YMGA. 

DEYO, Truman Eugene, II, Oxford, Md. ; Political Science; 
Kappa Sigma; NROTG 1; YMGA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Seventh row: 

DEZELL, Helen Elizabeth, Jacksonville, Fla.; Zoology; Pre-Med 
Society 1, Advisory Gouncil 2, 3; House Treasurer 4. 
DIGKINSON, Roger Bradley, Lancaster, Pa.; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Sigma Nu; ASME 2, 3, 4; YMGA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
DILLARD, Nancy Gayle, Lynchburg, Va.; Zoology; Nereidian 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



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First row: 

DISOTELL, William James, Youngstown, Ohio; Psychology; 

Order of Hippocrates; Pre-Med Society 2, 3, 4. 

DODSON, Kemper Harlan, Nashville, Term.; History; Archive 3, 

Business Manager 4; Debate Team 1, 2; MSGA 2, 3; Student 

Union 1, 2, 3. 

DOERNER, Susan Emily, Cincinnati, Ohio; French; Tau Psi 

Omega; Delta Delta Delta; Chanticleer 4; Chapel Choir 1, 2; 

Glee Club 1, 2; Judicial Board 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Second row: 

DOUGLASS, Michael Albert, Frankfort, Ind. ; Political Science. 
DOWDY, William LeRoy, Lebanon, Tenn.; Political Science; 
Chronicle 3; NROTC 1, 2, 3, 4. 

DOWLING, Louise Helen, Manhasset, N. Y.; Mathematics; Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Sec. 3; Rush Advisor 4; Student Union 1, 2; 
YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Third row: 

DOYLE, William Stowell, Jr., Lowell, Mich.; English; Chronicle 

4; Hoof 'n Horn 2; Student Union 1, 2, 3, Board of Governors 4; 

WDBS 1, 2, 3. 

DRAKE, Arthur Spurgeon, Winston-Salem, N. C; History; Delta 

Phi Alpha. 

DREW, William Franklin, Anderson, S. C; Economics; Phi 

Kappa Sigma; Interfraternity Council 2, 3. 

Fourth row: 

DUNN, Jeffrey David, Jacksonville, Fla.; History; Who's Who; 
Sigma Nu; Bench and Bar 1; Y-FAC 4; Student Union 3, 4; 
Joe College Steering Comm. 3; MSGA 1; Class Sec-Treas. 4; 
Swimming Team 1, 2. 

DUNN, Karen Ellen, Pennsauken, N. J.; Nursing; NSGA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
DURANA, Joan Christine, Winston-Salem, N. C. ; Chemistry; 
Deha Phi Alpha; Pre-Med Society 2, 3. 

Fifth row: 

EDGAR, Thomas Richard, Athens, Tenn.; Electrical Engineering; 
Order of St. Patrick; Who's Who; Delta Sigma Phi; Class Presi- 
dent 2; The Dukengineer 2, 3, 4; Engineers Guidance Council 
3, 4; Engineering Student Council 2, 3, 4; Engineers Radio Asso- 
ciation 2, 3, 4; IEEE 3, 4; NROTC 1, 2; Housemaster. 
EDGERTON, Donald Kenneth, Goldsboro, N. C; Economics; 
Alpha Kappa Psi, Vice-Pres. 4; NROTC 1, 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 
1, 2: Campus Chest 3; Commodore Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 
EDWARDS, David Joel, Durham, N. C; Chemistry; Town Men's 
Club 2, Treas. 3, 4. 

Sixth row: 

EHLERS, Bonnie Lu, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Nursing; Class President 
1; Chapel Choir 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Nursing IJonor Council 2, 3. 
EKVALL, Victoria Jean, Winston-Salem, N. C; Psychology; 
Kappa Deha; Pan-Hellenic Council 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3; AIESEC 4. 
ELBERT, Jaret Gay, New Rochelle, N. Y.; French; Tau Psi 
Omega; Chronicle 1: Student Union 1, 2, 3, Board of Governors 
4; WDBS 1; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Seventh row: 

ELFEN, Martha Candice, W. Palm Beach, Fla.; Political^ Science; 

Alpha Chi Omega; Pi Sigma Alpha; Pan-Hellenic Cbuncil 2; 

Rush Advisor 4. 

ELLIOTT, James Vernon, Los Altos, Calif.; Political Science; 

MSGA 1, 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

ELLIOTT, William Bradley, Hartsville, S. C; Mathematics; 

Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio Council 4; Student Union 2, 3, 4; 

WDBS 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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First row: 

ENSLIE, Richard Harvey, Aiken, S. C. ; Chemistry; Theta Chi; 

AFROTC 1; MSGA 2; Pep Board 2, 3; YMCA 2. 

ENGEL, Darby Ann, Chapin, S. C; Nursing. 

ENGLE, Russell Wesley, Baltimore, Md. ; Political Science; Bench 

and Bar 4; Hoof 'n Horn 1, 4; Duke Players 1, Exec. Board 2; 

Harlequins 1, 2, Director 3, 4. 



Second row: 

ERVIN, Reid Hart, Virginia Beach, Va.; Political Science; Pi 

Kappa Phi; Y-FAC 2, 3, 4; NROTC 1, 2; Student Union 1, 2, 3, 

Board of Governors 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 4; Cross 

Country 1, 2. 

ESTABROOK, Watts Tracy. Ill, Washington, D. C; Mechanical 

Engineering; ASME 4; NROTC 1, 2. 

EVANS, Edith Vincent, Centreville, Va.; Political Science; Delta 

Delta Delta; FAC 4; WSGA 3, 4. 



Third row: 

EVANS, Janet Ellen, Sumter, S. C; Chemistry; YWCA 2, 3, 

Cabinet 4. 

EVANS, Jean Ury Turner, Camp Hill, Pa.; Nursing. 

EVANS, Sara Margaret, Dallas, Tex.; History; Who's Who; 

Sandals; Ivy; Phi Kappa Delta; White Duchy; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 

Co-President 4. 



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Fourth row: 

EWALD, Frederick Harvey, Birmingham, Mich.; Psychology; 

Kappa Sign'ia; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4. 

FACKLEK. Peter C, Embreeville, Pa.; Accounting; Kappa Sigma; 

Chronicle 3; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

FAIRBANK, Mary, Durham, N. C; Political Science; Chapel 

Choir 1; Glee Club 1; Madrigal Singers 4; Symphony Orchestra 

3, 4; YWCA 2, 3. 



Fifth row: 

FALK, Elizabeth Owen, Baton Rouge, La.; History; Who's Who; 
Phi Kappa Delta; Ivy; Phi Beta Kappa; Chronicle 1, 2, 3, Editor 
4; Joe College Weekend Comm. 3; Radio Council 1, 2, 3; Stu- 
dent Union 2, 3; WDBS 1, 2; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
FARRELL, Frank Dan, Aberdeen, N. C. ; Civil Engineering; Pi 
Kappa Alpha; AFROTC 1; ASCE 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
FAY, Wayne Richard, Villanova, Pa.; Mathematics; Student 
Union 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Sixth row: 

FENTIN, Gary Steven, Hollywood, Fla.; History; Zeta Beta Tau, 
Secretary 2; Bench and Bar 4; Interfratemity Council 3. 
FIACCONE, Katherine Ann, Summit, N. J.; English; Zeta Tau 
Alpha; FAC 3; House Pres. 4. 

FIEDOREK, Bonnie Lee, North Canton, Ohio; Zoology; Alpha 
Phi; Debate I, 2; YWCA 1, 2, 3. 



Seventh row: 

FIELDS, Glenn Dixon, Annandale, 'Va. ; Religion; Inter-Varsity 

Christian Fellowship, Pres. 4. 

FILLMORE, Harriet, Summit, Mo.; English; Kappa Kappa 

Gamma. 

FITTS, Sanford Burton, III, Winston-Salem, N. C. ; Economics. 



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First row: 

FITZGERALD, John Edmund, Altavista, Va.; Chemistry; Outing 
Club 3; Pre-Med Society 3, Recording Sec. 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
FLECK, Donald Randolph, New York, N. Y.; Economics; Theta 
Chi; Chronicle 1, 2, 3, 4; Engineers Guidance Coun. 2; Y-FAC 3; 
Publications Board 3, Finance Comm. Chmn. 4; YMCA 3. 
FLEMING, Robert Fuller, Henderson, N. C; Political Science; 
Bench and Bar 4; Campus Chest 4. 



Second row: 

FOLTZ, John A., Watertown, Conn.; Mechanical Engineering; 

Concert Band 1, 2, 3; House Sec.-Treas. 3, Sec. 4. 

FORBES, Sue Black, Wilson, N. C; Religion; House Vice-Pres.; 

YWCA 1, 2, 4; Lay Reader 3. 

FORTH, Paul Taber, Jr., Roanoke, Va.; Chemistry; Sigma Nu; 

Glee Club 1; Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 4; Track 1. 



Third row: 

FOUSHEE, Sam Leon, Jr., Durham, N. C; History; Pi Kappa 
Phi; NROTC 1, 2, 3, 4. 

FOWLER, James Thomas, Long Beach, Calif.; Psychology. 
FOWLER, Winston Gordon, U. S. Air Force Academy, Colo.; 
Electrical Engineering; AFROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Engineers Guidance 
Coun. 4; IEEE 2, 3, 4. 



Fourth row: 

FOXLEY, Griffith William, Weston, Conn.; History; Pi Kappa 

Alpha, Vice-Pres. 4. 

FRANK, Alan Howard, Mequon, Wis.; History; Tau Epsilon 

Phi, Pres. 4; Duke Players 2, Bus. Mgr. 3, 4; Hoof 'n Horn 1, 2, 

Bus. Mgr. 3, 4. 

FREEMAN, John Richard, East Granby, Conn.; Accounting; 

Beta Theta Pi, Treas. 3, 4; Chanticleer 1, 2, 3, Bus. Mgr. 4; 

IFC 2; Publications Board 3, 4. 



Fijth row: 

FREEMAN, Millard Phillip, Asheboro, N. C; Business Adminis- 
tration; Pi Kappa Alpha, Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4. 
FREIBERG, Ann Hall, Stamford, Conn.; History; Kappa Alpha 
Theta; FAC 4; Radio Council 3, 4; Student Union 2, 3, 4; 
WDBS 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

FRIEDMAN, Larry Alan, Silver Spring, Md.; Psychology; Tau 
Epsilon Phi; Pre-Med Society 1, 2. 



Sixth row: 

FRYTAK, Monica Brady, Portage, Pa.; Psychology; Campus 
Chest 2; Chanticleer \. 

FULLER, Beckwith Lee, Milledgeville, Ga.; Mathematics; YWCA 
1, 2, 3. 

FURNESS, Thomas Adrian, III, Durham, N. C; Electrical Engi- 
neering; Arnold Air Soc, Cmdr. 4; Delta Sigma Phi; AFROTC 
1, 2, 3, 4; The Dukengineer 2, 4; Engineering Student Coun. 3, 4; 
IEEE 1, 2, 3, Chmn. 4; Religious Council 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Seventh row: 

FUTCH, Judith Anne, Burgaw, N. C; Political Science; Pi Sigma 
Alpha; Legislative Intern, N. C. General Assembly 1965; Peer 1; 
Radio Council 4; WDBS 1, 2, 3, 4; WRA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
GABENNESCH, Howard Raymond, Ft. Thomas, Ky.; Psychology. 
GALANT, Denise, Falls Church, Va.; Political Science; Alpha 
Phi; Pan-Hellenic Council 1, 2, 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Rush Ad- 
visor 4. 



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First row: 

GATES, Ronald Monroe, Newport News, Va. ; Religion; Pi Kappa 
Phi, Rush Chairman 4; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 
Treas. 2, Business Manager 3, Pres. 4; YMCA, Cabinet 1. 
GIBBS, George Edward, Beaufort, N. C.; English. 
GIERING, John Louis, Poland, Ohio; Chemistry; Kappa Sigma, 
Rush Chairman 3, 4; Swimming 1. 

Second row: 

GILBERT, Ripple Erskine, Washington, D. C. ; Psychology; Eta 

Sigma Phi, Sec.-Treas. 2; Sigma Delta Pi; Delta Delta Delta, 

Vice-Pres. 3. 

GILBERT, Terry Scott, Phoenix, Ariz.; Accounting; Alpha Kappa 

Psi; Kappa Sigma; Chronicle 3; WDBS, Business Manager 4; 

YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

GILES, William Fenn, Jr., Savannah, Ga.; Political Science; Pi 

Sigma Alpha; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

Third row: 

GILLIATT, Cynthia Ann, Grand Blanc, Mich.; English; Who's 

Who; Phi Beta Kappa; Sandals; Phi Kappa Delta 4; House Pres. 

4; WSGA 2, 3. 

GILLMAN. Lynn Thomas, Decorah, Iowa; Mathematics; Who's 

Who; Phi Beta Kappa; Omicron Delta Kappa, Pres. 4; Phi Eta 

Sigma; Pi Mu Epsilon; Judicial Board 3, 4; House Pres. 4; 

FAC 3. 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

GITHENS, Nancy L., Durham, N. C; Music; Delta Mu Tau, 

Sec. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Hoof 'n Horn 1, 2, 

3, 4; Symphony Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 3, 4. 

Fourth row: 

GODDARD, Sarah Lane, Gainesville, Ha.; English; WSGA 1, 2, 

3,4. 

GODFREY. Jean Lee, Chapel Hill, N. C; Political Science; NBA 

1, 2; CCUN Secretariat; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

GOLD, Philip Milliam, Newport News, Va.; English; Zeta Beta 

Tau; Pre-Med Society 1, Advisory Council 2, 3, 4; Symposium 

Committee 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Fifth row: 

GOLDMAN, Joel Alan, Kingston, N. Y.; Political Science; Zeta 
Beta Tau; Football 1, 2, 3. 

GORDON, Thomas Frederick, Jr., Raleigh, N. C; History; Eta 
Sigma Phi; AFROTC 1; Student Union 4; Town Men's Club 4. 
GOSNELL, Jack Leslie, Jr., Aiken, S. C. ; Chemistry; Pi Mu 
Epsilon; Sigma Pi Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Delta Sigma 
Phi; IFC 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Sixth row: 

GOTER, Carol Jean; Kings Mountain, N. C. ; Chemistry; Sigma 

Kappa; Concert Band 1, 2, 3. 

GRAGG, Margaret Elizabeth, Boone, N. C. ; English; Ivy; FAC 

4: 'ilVCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

GRAITCER, Philip L., Lansdowne, Pa.; Psychology ; Tau Epsilon 

Phi, Pres. 3; Duke Players 3, 4; Playbill Editor 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2, 

3,4. 

Seventh row: 

GRAY, Harry Price, Spartanburg, S. C. ; Mechanical Engineering; 

Pi Mu Epsilon; Pi Tau Sigma; Tau Beta Phi; Zeta Beta Tau; 

AFROTC 1; ASME 4. 

GREEN, Alma Sue, Charlotte, N. C; Mathematics; Delta Mu Tau; 

Hoof 'n Horn 1, 2, 3, 4; Outing Club 4; Symphony Orchestra 

1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2. 

GREENE, Virginia Louise, Birmingham, Ala.; Mathematics; Eta 

Sigma Phi; Alpha Chi Omega, Social Chairman 3, 4; Chapel 

Choir, Vice-Pres. 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3. 



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First row: 

GREENWOOD, Phyllis Kent, Enka, N. C; History; Who's Who; 
Sandals; Omega Tau Lambda; Phi Kappa Delta, President; 
AIESEC 3, 4; WSGA 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4; House Pres. 4. 
GREGORY, Linda Belle, Sandston, Va.; Physics; Phi Beta Kappa; 
Ivy: Chronicle 4; Student Union 2, 3, Board of Governors 4. 
GRIGSBY, John Taze, Jr., Richmond, Va.; History; Beta Omega 
Sigma; Phi Delta Theta; Bench and Bar 1, 2; Campus Chest 1, 2; 
Judicial Board 3; MSGA 1, 2; Symposium 2, 3; House Pres. 3; 
Track 1; YMCA L 



Second row: 

GRIMES, Judith Anne, Orangeburg, S. C. ; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Engineers Guidance Council 4; FAC 3; YWCA 1. 2, 3, 4. 
GRIMM, Karen Louise, Short Hills, N. J.; Nursing; NSGA 3; 
Religious Council 3; YWCA L 

GROSS, Patricia Carin, Cincinnati, Ohio; Nursing; Santa Filo- 
mena: Class Pres. 3; FAC 2; Nereidian 1, 4; Student Faculty 
Committee 3. 



Third row: 

GUSTAFSON, Eric William, Monterrey, Mexico; Business Ad- 
ministration; Phi Kappa Psi; AFROTC 1, 2; Campus Chest 4; 
Swimming Team 1, 2, 3; Student Union 1. 
GUTH, David Lee, Baltimore, Md.; Mathematics; AFROTC 1; 
Debate Team 1; House Pres. 4; Association of Independent 
Houses Sec. 4. 
GUTHRIE, Richard Y., Oak Park, 111.; History. 



Fourth row: 

HABBERSETT, Linda Dian, Media, Pa.; Nursing; Class Vice- 

Pres. 4; Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4. 

HACKETT, Thomas Savifyer, Lampeter, Pa.; Sociology; NROTC 

1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4. 

HAIGH, Arthur Howard, III, Morristown, Tenn. ; History; Beta 

Theta Pi, Rush Chairman 4. 



Fifth row: 

HAINES, Margaret Bower, South Bend, Ind.; Art History; Eta 
Sigma Pi; Delta Deha Delta. 

HALFMAN. Marsha Anne. Chatham, N. J.; Nursing. 
HAMMOND, Evelyn Braden, Nashville, Tenn.; English; FAC 4; 
Glee Club 1; Hoof 'n Horn 1, 2, 3, 4; Judicial Board 2; NSGA 
2, 3; Outing Club 3, 4; Peer 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Board 2, 3; Sailing 
Club 1; Terpsichorean 4. 



Sixth roiv: 

HANNA, Steven Terrell, Staunton, Va. ; Chemistry; Alpha Tau 
Omega, Treas. 4; MSGA 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
HARDY. Robert Gerald. Littleton, N. C; History; Kappa Alpha; 
NROTC 1; Pre-Med Society 3; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1. 
HARMON, Perry Grant. Jr., Winston-Salem, N. C; History; 
Who's Who; Beta Theta Pi; Y-FAC 2, Jr. Chmn. 3; MSGA 2, 
Senior Senator-at-Large 4; Omega Delta Kappa; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Seventh row: 

HARNED, Margaret Lynn, Louisville, Ky. ; Political Science; 
FAC 4; Student Union 1, 2, 3; YWCA 1, 2. 

HAROLD, David William, Memphis, Tenn.; Physics; AFROTC 1; 
Chanticleer 1, 2; Y-FAC 2, 3, 4; Religious Council 3. 
HARRINGTON, Kent Michael, Rochester, N. Y.; History; Pi 
Kappa Alpha; Lacrosse 1. 



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First row: 

HARRINGTON, Thomas Einar, HendersonviUe, N. C; Electrical 

Engineering; Phi Delta Theta; House Pres. 1; Interfraternity 

Council 2. 

HARRIS, Michael Nathan, Atlanta, Ga.; Chemistry; Zeta Beta 

Tau. 

HARRISON, Fenton Frank, Jr., WilliamsviUe, N. Y.; History; 

Kappa Sigma; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Second row: 

HARRISON, Russell Sage, Durham, N. C; Political Science; Pi 

Sigma Alpha; Bench and Bar 3, 4; Chapel Choir 1, 2; Glee Club 

1, 2. 

HARRY, Kathryn Alice, Bluffton, S. C; History; Dorm Sec. 2; 

Dorm Vice-Pres. 3. 

HART, Judy Lee, Atlanta, Ga. ; Art History; Kappa Alpha Theta; 

Symphony Orchestra 1, 2; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Third row: 

HARTGEN, David Thomas, Orono, Me.; Civil Engineering; Pi 

Kappa Phi; ASCE 3, 4; Engineering Student Council 4; NROTC 

1; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

HASKETT, Barbara Jane, Chesapeake, Va. ; Psychology; Alpha 

Delta Pi; Dorm Pres. 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 3. 

HASSE. Gordon A., Jr., Philadelphia, Pa.; English; Beta Theta 

Pi. Pres. 4; Interfraternity Council 4; Sports Car Club 1; 

AFROTC 1. 



Fourth roiv: 

HATSCHEK, Jacqueline Michelle, Burlingame, Calif.; Political 

Science; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; WSGA 3. 

HAVERICK, Stephen Drake, Columbus, Ohio; History; Delta Tau 

Delta; Tennis 2: Swimming 3, 4. 

HAY, Howard Clinton, Bethesda, Md. ; Political Science; Who's 

Who; Pi Sigma Alpha; Old Trinity Club; Omicron Delta Kappa; 

Sigma Chi, Vice-Pres. 4; Class Vice-Pres. 4; Basketball 1. 



Fifth row: 

HAYDEN, Marylou, Melbourne, Fla.; History; Pre-Med Society 

1; Hoof 'n Horn 2; Judicial Board 3, 4; Homecoming Court 4. 

HEBBLE, Lorene Douglas, Swarthmore, Pa.; History; Pi Beta 

Phi. 

HECK, Janet Elizabeth, Valley Stream, N. Y.; Nursing. 



Sixth row: 

HEITZENRATER, Wilson Drew, Grove City, Pa.; Music; Chapel 

Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Chancel Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 

YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3. 

HELLEKSON, Judy Bea, Greenville, Del.; Economics; Outing 

Club 3; YWCA 1,2, 3, 4. 

HELLER, J. Dean, Charleston, S. C. ; Political Science; Who's 

Who; Phi Beta Kappa; Peer 2, 3, 4, Editor 3; Student Union 

Board of Governors 4; Judicial Board 4; Y-FAC 2, 3, 4. 



Seventh roiv: 

HELSTEIN, Richard S., II, Scarsdale, N. Y.; English; Who's 

Who; Old Trinity Club; Zeta Beta Tau, Pres. 4; Interfraternity 

Council 2, 3, 4; Campus Chest 3; Chronicle 3; Student Union 2, 3; 

YMCA 2, 3; Soccer 1, 2. 

HEMPHILL, Brenda Stewart, Baltimore, Md.; Nursing; Judicial 

Board; Class Vice-Pres. 3; Chapel Choir 2, 3. 

HENRY, Elizabeth Michael, Coral Gables, Fla.; Nursing. 



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First row: 

HERITAGE, William Holt, Jr., Arlington, Va.; History; Delta 
Tau Delta, Exec. Sec. 4; Bench and Bar 4; IFC 3, Judicial Board 
4; Student Union 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Lacrosse 1; Basketball 
Mgr. 1. 2, 3, 4. 

HERRON, John W., Villanova, Pa.; History; Lambda Chi Alpha. 
HERVEY, Martha Cole, Bethesda, Md.; Chemistry; Phi Beta 
Kappa; Ivy, Treas. 

Second row: 

HEWES, Jeremy Joan, Maumee, Ohio; History; Who's Who; 

White Duchy; Pi Beta Phi; FAC 3; Judicial Board 3, Chmn. 4; 

Symposium Committee 4. 

HEYMAN, Mical Barbara, Durham, N. C; History; Phi Kappa 

Delta 4; Tau Psi Omega; Student Union 2, 3; Visual Arts Com. 

Chmn. 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3. 

HICKMAN, Scot George, DeKalb, 111.; Chemistry; Phi Beta 

Kappa; Phi Lambda Epsilon; Order of Hippocrates; Delta Tau 

Delta, Corresponding Sec. 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 

and Track 1, 2. 

Third row: 

HIGDON, Wendy Lou, State College, Pa.; Nursing; Kappa Alpha 

Theta; Terpsichorean L 

HIGH, Harold G., Valley Forge, Pa.; Mechanical Engineering; 

Arnold Air Society; Tau Beta Pi; Delta Sigma Phi; AFROTC 

I. 2, 3, 4; ASME 4; Engineer's Guidance Council. 

HIGHT, William Patterson, Salisbury, N. C; History; Who's 

Who; Pi Kappa Phi; Y-FAC 2, 3; Symposium Comm. 1; MSGA 

1, 2, Treas. 3, Pres. 4. 

Fourth row: 

HILEY, Elizabeth Anne, Rockville, Md.; Psychology; Delta Phi 

Alpha: Campus Chest 4; Chapel Choir 2, 3; Duke Players 3; 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Hoof 'n Horn 2. 

HILL, Carolyn Grim, Salisbury, N. C; English; WRA 2; Wesley 

Players 1, 2. 

HILL, Charles A., Jr., Akron, Ohio; Mathematics. 

Fifth row: 

HILL, Lester, Owensboro, Ky. ; Electrical Engineering; Phi Beta 
Kappa; Pi Mu Epsilon; Phi Kappa Sigma; Engineers Guidance 
Council 2, 3; Engineering Student Council 3; Student L'nion 3. 
HOAGLIN, David Caster, South Charleston, W. Va.; Mathematics; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Delta Phi Alpha; Pi Mu Epsilon; Phi Beta Kappa; 
Theta Chi; Debate Team 1, 2; Engineers Guidance Council 2; 
Engineers Radio Assn. 1, 2; MSGA 1; Student Union 2, 3, 4. 
HODGES, Carol Ann, The Hague, Netherlands; Nursing; Alpha 
Delta Pi; Class Sec. 3; Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Sixth row: 

HOELLE, Mary Christine, Marblehead, Mass.; Spanish; Sigma 
Delta Pi; Pi Beta Phi; Chanticleer 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3. 
HOLBERT, James Marion, Lookout Mtn., Tenn. ; Zoology; Phi 
Delta Theta, Vice-Pres. 4; Pre-Med Society 2; Wrestling 1, 2, 3. 
HOLDER, John Fleming, Highland Park, 111.; History; Who's 
Who; Phi Delta Theta, Vice-Pres. 4; Interfraternity Council 2, 3, 
4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Seventh row: 

HOLMES, Frances Lynn, Winston-Salem, N. C. ; Elementary Edu- 
cation; Alpha Delta Pi; Rush Advisor 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
HOLMQUIST, Jill Robie, Rockford, III; German; Ivy; Delta 
Phi Alpha; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Class Treas. 1. 
HOMER, Edwin Nicolaides, Wilton, Conn.; Mathematics; Phi 
Kappa Psi, Sec. 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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First row: 

HOOKER, Elizabeth Kinard, Chapel Hill, N. C; History; Delta 
Gamma; Rush Advisor 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
HOPKINS, David Harold, Durham, N. C; Economics; Who's 
Who; Beta Theta Pi; Beta Omega Sigma; Bench and Bar 1, 2; 
Campus Chest Chm. 3; Y-FAC 2; MSGA 4; Symposium Com- 
mittee 1, 2. 4, Treasurer 3; Student Union 1, 2; Student-Faculty 
Administration Committee 4; Housemaster 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
HOPPE, Jean Ellen, Alexandria, Va. ; Spanish; Alpha Delta Pi; 
YWCA 1. 



Second row: 

HORTON, Elizabeth Ann, Arlington, Va.; Political Science; Chan- 
cel Singers 4; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Hoof 
'n Horn 2, 3. Recording Sec. 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
HOWARD, Deryl Johnson, Raleigh, N. C; Philosophy; Delta Phi 
Alpha. 

HOWARD. William Kenneth, Jr., Durham, N. C; Mechanical 
Engineering; AFROTC 4. 



Third row: 

HOWSER, Roy Davis, Myrtle Beach, S. C; Political Science; 
Sigma Chi; Bench and Bar 1, 2; Joe College Steering Committee 
3; NROTC 1, 2; Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4. 

HUFFMAN, Frank Jackson, Jr., BlytheviUe, Ark.; History; Who's 
Who; Phi Beta Kappa; Beta Omega Sigma; Red Friars; Omega 
Delta Kappa; Y-FAC 2, 3, 4; IFC 2, 4; Sigma Nu, President 4; 
Judicial Board 2, Chairman 4; MSGA 1, 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
HUFFORD. William Clarence, Pensacola, Fla.; Economics; Sigma 
Nu. 



Fourth rotv: 

HUGHES, Roger William, Summit, N. J. ; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Sigma Chi; ASME 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 
3 4. 

HUGHES, Terry R.. Saddle River, N. J.; Political Science; Bench 
and Bar 1; Sailing Club 3. 

HUTCHESON, Thomas Allen, Wilmette, III; English; Phi Delta 
Theta; Symposium Committee 2, 3; Swimming 1. 

Fifth row: 

HUTCHINS, Melissa Ann; Terre Haute, Ind.; Political Science; 
Phi Beta Kappa; Ivy; Pi Sigma Alpha; Kappa Alpha Theta. 
HYBARGER. Charles Patrick, Bettsville, Md.; Psychology; Delta 
Phi Alpha; Sigma Chi; Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1. 
ICELAND, Steven D., Syosset, N. Y.; History; Hoof 'n Horn 
1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Track Manager 1, 2, 4. 

Sixth row: 

IMERSHEIN, Allen W., Miami, Fla.; Religion; Pi Mu Epsilon; 
Duke Forum. Board of Governors 3, 4; Religious Council 3, 4; 
Peer 1: International Club 1, 2, Treas. 2; Swimming Team Mgr. 
1. 2. 

INGE, Ann. Houston, Tex.; Zoology; Kappa Alpha Theta, Pres. 4. 
INGLE, Frank Wilson, Jacksonville, Fla.; Mathematics; Outing 
Club 2; Pre-Med Society 1, 2; Lacrosse 2, 3. 

Seventh row: 

INGRAM, John Edgar, Garden City, N. Y.; Economics; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. 

INNIS, James Russell. Richmond, Va. ; History. 
JACKSON, Janice Claire, White Plains, N. Y.; Nursing; Sym- 
posium 3. 



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First row: 

JACKSON, Jay William, St. Petersburg, Va.; Business Adminis- 
tration; Delta Sigma Phi; AFROTC 1, 2, 3; Bench and Bar 1. 
JACOBSEN, Mardi Lee, Miami, Fla.; Psychology; Glee Club 1; 
Madrigal Singers 2, 3. 

JAMES, Robert Leslie, Lake Worth, Fla.; Zoology; Pi Kappa 
Phi; Pre-Med Society 3; Sports Car Club 4. 

Second row: 

JEFFORDS. Dexter Lee, Roslyn, N. Y.; English; Phi Beta Kappa; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Order of Hippocrates; Sigma Chi; Pre-Med 
Society 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JENKINS, James Jay, Greenville, N. C. ; Political Science; Pre- 
Med Society 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2. 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 
JOHNSON, Bruce Harold, Duluth, Minn.; Latin; Eta Sigma Phi; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Theta Chi; NROTC 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Third row: 

JOHNSON, David Moise, Skaneateles, N. Y.; History; Pi Kappa 
Phi; Campus Chest 3, 4; Y-FAC 3, 4; MSGA 1; Pre-Med Society 

1, 2; Student Union 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4. 

JOHNSON Judith Harris, Salisbury, N. C; Economics; Pi Mu 
Epsilon; House Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Campus Chest 2, 3; Chami- 
CLEER 2: Chapel Choir 1; Glee Club L 

JOHNSON, Michael E., Arlington, Va.; Chemistry; Delta Sigma 
Phi; Pre-Med Society 1, 2. 

Fourth roiv: 

JOHNSON, Sharon A., Short Hills, N. J.; French; Tau Psi 
Omega; Delta Gamma; Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4. 
JONES, Douglas Lamar, Houston, Tex.; History; Who's Who; 
Beta Omega Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa; Kappa Alpha, Pres. 4; 
Old Trinity Club; Class Pres. 3; Bench and Bar 1, 2; Cheerleader 

2, 3; Interfraternity Council 2; Tennis 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4. 
JONES, Edwin Lee, IW, Charlotte, N. C; Pre-Med; Pre-Med 
Society 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Fifth row: 

JONES, Margaret Carnwath, Wallingford, Pa.; Political Science; 

Phi Kappa Delta; Pi Sigma Alpha; Debate Team 1; Student 

Union 2, 3, 4; WSGA 3; YWCA 1; NSA 1, 2, 3. 

JONES, Susan Ellen, East Orange, N. J.; Mathematics; Alpha 

Phi; Student Union 3. 

JONES, William Dwight, Roanoke, Va. ; Electrical Engineering; 

Who's Who; Pi Mu Epsilon; Alpha Tau Omega; Football 1, 2, 

3, 4; Track 1. 

Sixth row: 

JORDAN, Charleene Lance, Wilmington, N. C. ; Psychology; Phi 
Beta Kappa; Pi Mu Epsilon, Treas. 4; Phi Mu; Outing Club 3, 4; 
Pan-Hellenic Council 2, 3; Pre-Med Society 1, 2. 
JOYNES, Charles Dickson, Norfolk, Va.; Mathematics; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Pi Mu Epsilon; Sigma Pi Sigma; Delta Tau Delta; Foot- 
ball 1; Basketball L 

KALE, Richard Bevins, Jr.; Mebane, N. C; Economics; Alpha 
Kappa Psi. 

Seventh row: 

KAUFHOLD, F. Frederick, St. Croix, U. S. Virgin Is.; Psychol- 
ogy; Delta Tau Delta; Duke Players 1, 2; Hoof 'n Horn 1, 2, 3, 
Pres. 4; NROTC 1, 2, 3, Bn. Cdr. 4. 

KAUFFMAN, Sidney Lloyd, Ridley Park, Pa. ; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Engineers Guidance Council 4; IEEE 4; YMCA 1. 
KAUFMAN, John Pearse, Roanoke, Va. ; English; Phi Kappa 
Sigma, Sec. 4; AFROTC 1; Y-Man 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Inter- 
fraternity Council 2; Pre-Med Society 1; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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First row: 

KEITH, Samuel John, Osprey, Fla. ; Psychology; Delta Sigma 

Phi; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

KELLER, Robert Jeremiah, Miami Beach, Fla.; Accounting; Delta 

Tau Delta. 

KELLETT, Sherry Ann, Greensboro, N. C. ; Chemistry; Ivy; Pre- 

Med Society 1, 2, 3. 



Second roiv: 

KELLEY, Karen Marshall, Arlington, Va.; French; Pi Beta Phi. 
KELSO, Mary Lynn, New Bern, N. C; English; Delta Phi Alpha; 
Pi Beta Phi; Rush Advisor 3, Chairman 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 
4; Chanticleer 1, 2; YWCA 1, 2, 3. 

KENNEDY, Eliza Jane. Shaker Heights, Ohio; Nursing; Who's 
Who; Alpha Delta Pi; NSGA, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Class Vice- 
Pres. I, Pres. 2; Judicial Board 1; Honor Council 3; FAC 2. 



Third row: 

KENNEDY, Louise Brown, Buies Creek, N. C; English; Phi Beta 
Kappa: Tau Psi Omega; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

KENNEDY, WilUam Ellis, Jr., Owatonna, Minn.; Economics; Pi 
Kappa Phi; Old Trinity Club; Y-FAC 2, 3; MSGA 3; NROTC 1; 
Symposium Comm. 3; Student Union 3; Traditions Board 3; Com- 
mencement Marshal 3; YMCA 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4. 
KING, David Hastings, Schenectady, N. Y. ; Economics; Delta 
Sigma Phi. 

Fourth row: 

KINNEY. Thomas Roberts, Durham, N. C; History; Sigma Chi; 
Pep Board 1; Pre-Med Society 1, 3, 4; Town Mens Club 1. 
KNODE. Charles Stephen, Washington, D. C; Mathematics; 
AFROTC 2; ASME 1; Outing Club 4. 

KOMMINSK, Dianne, New Bremen, Ohio; Political Science; 
Delta Delta Delta; Chapel Choir 1; House Vice-Pres. 4. 

Fifth row: 

KOON, Crawford Bryan, Hickory, N. C; Pre-Med; Alpha Phi 
Omega 3, 4; MSGA 1; Pre-Med Society 2, 4; Student Union 3, 4; 
YMCA 4. 

KOVAC, Karen T., Indialantic, Fla.; History; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma; Hoof 'n Horn 2, 3, 4; Joe College Steering Comm. 4; 
Pan-Hellenic Council 4. 

KRONCKE, Frederick George, Jr.; Roanoke Rapids, N. C: His- 
tory; Phi Kappa Sigma; Y-FAC 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; YMCA 2, 
3,4. 



Sixth row: 

KRONENFELD, Jerrold Ernest, Hendersonville, N. C; Physics; 
MSGA 1; Religious Council 4; Student Union 1; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 
Pres. 4. 

KUNZ, Susan Margaret, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Nursing; NSGA 3, Sec- 
Treas. 4; Joe College Steering Comm. 3; SNA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
LADER. Philip Patrick, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Political Science; 
Who's Who; Beta Omega Sigma; Pi Sigma Alpha, Pres. 3; Class 
Pres. 1; Bench and Bar 1; Chronicle, Editorial Board 4; Court of 
Appeals 2, Chairman 3; Y-FAC 2; Symposium Comm. 3, Chair- 
man 4; Housemaster 3, 4; Omicron Delta Kappa; Tennis 1, 3. 

Seventh row: 

LAND, Katharine Northern, Durham, N. C; English; House Pres. 
4; Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
LARSEN, Charles, III, Lakeland, Fla.; Pre-Med; Delta Tau Deha, 
Sec. 3; Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1. 
LATIMER, Elease Covington, Winston-Salem, N. C. ; Economics; 
Hoof 'n Horn 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3; AIESEC 3, 4. 



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First row: 

LAVIA, Dennis Allan, Rahway, N. J.; English; Kappa Alpha; 

Chronicle 1, 2; Peer 1, 2; Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3; Traditions 

Board 3. 

LAWYER, Mary Patricia, West Palm Beach, Fla.; Elementary 

Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

LECRAFT, Karen, Oberlin, Ohio; Political Science; Who's Who; 

International Student Comm. 1, 2, 3, Chairman 4. 



Second row: 

LEFTWICH, Linda Allison, Cullowhee, N. C. ; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Chanticleer I. 

LEMLY, Thomas Adger, Shreveport, La.; Political Science; Who's 
Who; Alpha Tau Omega, Pres. 3; Chronicle 1, Editorial Board 3; 
Housemaster 4; Student Union 2, 3, Chairman Board of Governors 
4; Track 1; Cross Country 1. 

LERNER, Leigh David, Mercer Island, Wash.; English; Zeta Beta 
Tau; Hillel 1, 2, Treasurer 4. 



Third row: 

LEVINE, Jane Rue, Bethesda, Md.; English; Sandals; Who's Who; 

Phi Kappa Delta; White Duchy; Phi Kappa Alpha; Kappa Alpha 

Theta; Pre-Med Society 2, 3; N. C. Student Legislature, Pres. 4; 

WSGA 1, 2, Vice-Pres. 3. 

LEWIS, Harvie Huey, Bessemer, Ala.; Chemistry. 

LEWIS, Jean Frances, Omaha. Neb.; History; Delta Delta Delta, 

Sec. 3; Student Union 3, 4; YWCA 3, 4. 



Fourth row: 

LEWIS, Jeffrey Edward, Delaware, Ohio; Zoology; Pi Kappa 

Phi; Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3, 4. 

LICHTY, Myron R., Port Edwards, Wis.; Accounting; Theta Chi, 

Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Chapel Choir 1, 2; Y-FAC 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; 

Hoof 'n Horn 2, 3, 4; IFC 3, 4. 

LIEBER, Todd Michael, Lansdowne, Pa.; English; Sigma Chi, 

Sec. 3; AFROTC 1; Archive 3; IFC 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Football 1, 2. 



Fifth row: 

LIGHT, Frank G., Collegeville, Pa.; Accounting; Kappa Sigma, 

Sec. 4; Campus Chest 1; Student Union 1. 

LIGON, Edward Stovall, Manhasset, N. Y. ; Classics; Eta Sigma 

Phi; Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Chapel Choir 1; 

Harlequins 2, 3; IFC 3; Lacrosse 1, 2, 3. 

LINDSAY, Walter Hill, Jr., Hinsdale, 111.; Economics; Sigma Chi, 

Treas. 3, 4; Bench and Bar 4; Court of Appeals 4; Y-FAC 3, 4; 

IFC 2, 3; MSGA 2. 



Sixth row: 

LITTLE, Georgiandra, Honolulu, Hawaii; Zoology; Who's Who; 

Phi Mu, Pres. 4; WRA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

LOOPER, Larry Allen, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio; Mathematics; 

Delta Sigma Phi; NROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 

LOSEE, Alan W., Houston, Tex.; History; Beta Theta Pi, Sec. 3. 



Seventh row: 

LOW, Thomas Aiken, Damascus, Md.; History; Marching Band 

1, 2, 3, 4; Outing Club 4. 

LOWENBACK, Torry, Durham, N. C; History; Delta Phi Alpha; 

Zeta Tau Alpha; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

LUCAS, Andrew John, Richmond, Va. ; Political Science; Sigma 

Chi; Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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First row: 

LUDWIGSEN, Joy Elin, Hialeah, Fla. ; Elementary Education. 
LUNDRY, Karen Muriel, Summit, N. J.; Mathematics; Delta Mu 
Tau; Pi Mu Epsilon; Theta Alpha Phi; Pi Beta Phi; Duke Play- 
ers 2, 3, 4; FAC 3; Hoof n Horn 1. 

LUSK, Rodney Hammond, Gallipolis, Ohio; Chemistry; Order of 
Hippocrates; Phi Beta Kappa; YMCA 1, 2, 3. 



Second row: 

LYLE, Susan Wendy, Hawthorne, N. J.; English; Hoof 'n Horn 
2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

LYONS, Henry Thomas, Jr., Bethlehem, Pa.; Civil Engineering; 
Sigma Chi; ASCE 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Union 1, 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
MacLEAN. Ann Wilkie, South Bend, Ind.; Psychology; Alpha 
Chi Omega; Student Union 3, 4. 



Third row: 

MacLeod, Roderick A., Durham, N. C. ; Mechanical Engineering; 
Beta Theta Pi. Pres. 4; ASME 4; Bench and Bar 1; Engineers 
Guidance Council 3; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 1. 
MACOMBER. Mary Janet, Waterville, Me.; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Delta Phi Rho Alpha; Alpha Delta Pi, Rush Chairman 3; 
Chanticleer 2, 3; FAC 4; Nereidian 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 3, 4; 
WRA 2. 

MAHLA, Frederick Tice, Wilmington, Del.; History; AFROTC 1; 
Chancel Singers 2; Chapel Choir 1; Glee Club 1, 2. 



Fourth row: 

M ALLEY, Kathleen Pendleton, Chevy Chase, Md.; English; Cor- 
sairs; Zeta Theta Alpha. 

MALMSTROM. Richard Alexander. Jr., Verona, N. J.; Mechanical 
Engineering; Phi Kappa Psi; ASME 4; Campus Chest 2; YMCA 
1. 2. 3. 4. 

MALONE. Margaret Ann, Asmara, Ethiopia; French; Duke Play- 
ers 3, 4; YWCA 2, 3; Cabinet L 



Fifth row: 

MANES, Michael Randolph, Alexandria, Va.; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Theta Chi; Engineers Radio Assn. 1, 4; IEEE 4; NROTC 
1. 2, 3, 4; YMCA L 

MANNING. Donald Owen, Arlington, Va.; History. 
MANOLA. Frank Albert. Alexandria, Va.: Civil Engineering; 
Delta Mu Tau; Chi Epsilon 3, Sec.-Treas. 4; ASCE 3. 4: Concert 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Debate Team 1; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Sixth row: 

MARIN, John Warren, Farrell, Pa.; Chemistry; Who's Who; 
Kappa Sigma, Vice-Pres. 3; Pre-Med Society 4; Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4; Baseball 1; L^niversity Athletic Council 3, 4. 
MARKS. Mary Ann, Huntington, Ind.; Spanish; Chapel Choir 1; 
Glee Club 1, 2; Pre-Med Society 2; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
MARSHALL, Holcombe Tucker, III, Rowe, Ga.; Psychology; Phi 
Beta Kappa; Student Union 2. 



Seventh row: 

MARSHALL, Marianna, Cohasset, Mass.; Zoology; Sandals; 
Alpha Chi Omega, Vice-Pres. 4; Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4. 
MATHEWS, Louise Ann, Wallingford, Pa.; English; Pi Beta Phi. 
MATTHEWS, Harriet Leanna, Batesburg, S. C; Chemistry. 



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First row: 

MATTHEWS, Scott Lyman, Mclean, La.; History; Sigma Alpha 

Epsilon; Wrestling 1. 

MATTHEWS, Walter Sid, Great Lakes, 111.; Chemistry; Sigma Nu, 

Vice-Pres. 4; Housemaster 4; Swimming 1, 2. 

MAY, Marilyn, Franklin, La.; Elementary Education; YWCA 

1, 2, 3, 4. 



Second row: 

MAYES, Judith Carol, Meriden, Conn.; Nursing; Chapel Choir 1. 
MAYO, Elizabeth Jean, Tallahassee, Fla. ; Spanish; Delta Mu Tau; 
Sigma Delta Pi, Pres. 4; Phi Kappa Delta; Kappa Delta; Chancel 
Singers 1 ; Glee Club 1 ; Madrigal Singers 3, 4. 
McCLENAHAN, William Lyon, Hillsborough, Calif.; Mechanical 
Engineering; Phi Kappa Psi; ASME 4; Engineers Guidance Coun- 
cil 3; Outing Club 3; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Third row: 

McCOMB, Elizabeth Ellen, Greensboro, N. C. ; Elementary Edu- 
cation; Sandals; Freshman Advisory Council 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Class Pres. 2; International Students Committee Sec. 3; Home- 
coming Court 4. 

McCREARY, Robert Hodge, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Chemistry; 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Y-FAC 3, 4; Pre-Med Society 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 
4; Swimming 1, 2. 

McCULLERS, Linwood Arnold, Durham, N. C. ; Civil Engineer- 
ing; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Mu Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi, Sec. 4; Theta 
Chi; ASCE 2, 3, 4; Town Men's Club 1, 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Fourth row: 

McDOUGLE, Dorothy Ellen, Charlotte, N. C. ; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Alpha Deha Pi; Rush Advisor 4; YWCA 2, 3. 
McGARRITY, David Michael, Trenton, N. J.; Chemistry; Kappa 
Sigma; Peer 1; Pre-Med Society 1, 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
McNABB, John Thomas, III, Charleston, W. Va.; History; Kappa 
Alpha; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4; Football 
1, 2, 3, Alternate Captain 4. 



Fifth row: 

McNALLY, William John, III, Ft. Benning, Ga.; History; Pi 
Kappa Alpha. Pres. 4; Class Sec.-Treas. 3; IFC 2, 4; MSGA 3; 
NROTC 1, 2, 3, 4. 

McPHERSON, Alexander, Orlando, Fla.; Physics. 
McTIGHE, Caryn Lynne, Narberth, Pa.; English; Who's Who; 
Phi Kappa Delta; Kappa Alpha Theta; Freshman Advisory Coun- 
cil 3, 4. 



Sixth row: 

MEARS, Scott OUett, Bolivar, Pa.; Zoology; Deha Sigma Phi; 
Baseball L 

MEEKS, Marcia Kay, Springfield, Pa.; Nursing. 
MENDENHALL, Dianne Joyce, Johnstown, Pa.; English; Alpha 
Phi; Chapel Choir 1; Student Union 3; YWCA 1, 2. 



Seventh row: 

MENNE, Michael James, Dover, Mass.; Music; Madrigal Singers 
1, 2, 3, 4; Sports Car Club 1, 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4. 
MIDURA, Roger Bernard, Wilmington, Del.; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Pi Kappa Phi; Engineers Guidance Council 4. 
MILLER, John Cleveland Hays, Jr., Mobile, Ala.; Political Sci- 
ence; Pi Kappa Alpha; Class Sec.-Treas. 1; Independent Senator 
2; YMCA 3, 4. 



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First row: 

MILLER, Joan Jackson, Annapolis, Md. ; English; Tau Psi Omega; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; Chapel Choir 1; Glee Club 1; WSGA 3. 
MILLER, Wayne Hamilton, Arlington, Va.; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Engineers Guidance Council 4; IEEE 1, 2, 3, 4; NROTC 
1, 2. 3, 4; Student Union 2, Board of Governors 3, 4, Treas. 3, 4; 
WDBS 2, 3; YMCA I, 2, 3, 4; Chapel Usher 1, 2, 3. 
MITCHELL, Susan Lee, Glenview, 111.; Mathematics. 



Second row: 

MOCK, Frank Mackenzie, Los Angeles, Calif.; Political Science; 
Who's Who; Beta Omega Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Old Trinity 
Club; Omicron Delta Kappa; Kappa Alpha; Class Vice-Pres. 2; 
AFROTC 1; Interfraternity Council 2; MSGA, Sec. 3, Vice-Pres. 4. 
MOGER, Susan Esther, Lexington, Va.; History; Pi Beta Phi, 
Vice-Pres. 4; Chapel Choir 1; Freshman Advisory Council 4; 
Glee Club 1, 3. 

MONTGOMERY, Jane Wise, Orlando, Fla.; Mathematics; Alpha 
Delta Pi; WSGA 1, 2, 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; U. N. Model As- 
sembly 1, 2, 3. 

Third row: 

MOORE. Linda Aderhdldt, Charlotte, N. C; Nursing. 
MOORE, Thaddeus David, Greensboro, N. C. ; Economics; Kappa 
Alpha. Social Chairman 3. 

MOORE, William Bryan, Charleston, S. C; History; AFROTC 1; 
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Fourth row: 

MORALES, Edith M., San Juan, Puerto Rico; Psychology. 
MORENG. James Robert, Ridgefield, N. J.; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Phi Delta Theta: The Dukengineer 3, Feature Editor 4; IEEE 
4: Engineering Student Council 4; Symposium Comm. 3, 4; 
YMCA 1. 2; Wrestling 1, 2. 

MORGAN, Charles Eugene. Asheboro, N. C. ; French; Tau Psi 
Omega; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Fifth row: 

MORRIS. John Gideon, Geneva, Ala.; Political Science; Who's 
Who: Old Trinity; Phi Delta Theta, Rush Chairman 3; AFROTC 
1, 2; Y-FAC 2; Interfraternity Council 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Track 1. 2. 

MORRIS, Robert Frederick, Maitland. Fla.; Chemistry; Arnold 
Air Society; AFROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 
MORRISON, Michael Lewis, Oak Ridge, Tenn. ; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; ASME 2, 3, Sec. -Treas. 4; Engineers Guidance Council 4. 

Sixth row: 

MOSS. Sara Frances, Washington, N. C. ; Zoology; Alpha Delta 
Pi: Cheerleader 3; Pan-Hellenic 3, 4; Pep Board 3, 4; Pre-Med 
Society 1, 2. 3; Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3. 
MOUNT, Zelma Frann. Manasquan, N. J.; Nursing; NSGA 1, 2, 3, 
Vice-Pres. 4: SNA 1. 2, 3, District Pres. 4; IGC 4. 
MOXLEY. John Dean, Jr.. Clearwater, Fla.; Business Adminis- 
tration; Lambda Chi Alpha; Arnold Air Society; AFROTC 4; 
Y-FAC 2; Interfraternity Council 2; YMCA 4. 

Seventh rotv: 

MULDER, Sarah Marion, Villa Nova, Pa.; History; Phi Beta 
Kappa; Pi Beta Phi: Bench and Bar 3, Sec. 4; WRA 1, 2. 
MURRAY, Harry Murphy, Jr., Huntsville, Ala.; Psychology; 
Arnold Air Society; Pi Kappa Alpha, Pres. 3; AFROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Interfraternity Council 2, 3; Pre-Med Society 2, 3, 4. 
NADLER. J. Victor. Paramus, N. J.; Chemistry; Theta Chi, Vice- 
Pres. 4; Peer 1; YMCA L 



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First row: 

NEWBY, Thomas A., Jr., Air, Va.; Political Science; Who's 

Who; MSGA 4; House Pres. 4; AIH, Pres. 4. 

NEWMARK, Howard, Atlanta, Ga.; Chemistry; Theta Epsilon 

Phi; Archive 1; Bench and Bar 1, 2; Campus Chest 1; Debate 1; 

Outing Club 1, 2; Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Swimming 1. 

NEWSOME, Carol Anne, Los Angeles, Calif.; History; Kappa 

Kappa Gamma; Freshman Advisory Council 4. 



Second row: 

NEWTON, Richard B., Hagerstown, Md.; Mathematics; NROTC 
1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 

NICHOLS, Barbara Carolyn, Bay Village, Ohio; Chemistry; Sigma 
Kappa, Pres. 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 2, 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
NiCOLL, Christine, Colorado Springs, Colo.; History; Sandals; 
Delta Delta Delta, Pres. 4. 



Third row: 

NORBY, Laurence Harvey, Osage, Iowa; Zoology. 
NORRIS, Katherine Cecelia, Salisbury, N. C; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Phi Beta Kappa; Ivy; Pi Mu Epsilon; Pi Tau Sigma; 
ASME 4; Chronicle 1; Engineering Student Coun. 4; YWCA 4. 
NORWOOD, Larry Randell, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Electrical Engi- 
neering: Order of St. Patrick; Delta Tau Delta, Sec. 3; The 
Dukengineer 2, 3, Editor 4; Engineers Guidance Coun. 2, 3, 4, Jr. 
Chm. 3; Engineering Student Coun. 4; Pub Board 4. 



Fourth row: 

NURKIN, Harry Abraham, Durham, N. C. ; Political Science; 
Delta Tau Delta; YFAC 2, 3, 4; IFC 4; MSGA 2. 
NUZUM, Linda Lee, Aiken, S. C; Psychology; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
O'CONNOR, Eileen Theresa, Atlanta, Ga.; English; Alpha Chi 
Omega; Pan-Hellenic Coun. 4; YWCA 1, 2; Social Standards 2. 



Fifth row : 

ODOM, David Stanley, Greensboro, N. C; History; Phi Delta 

Theta; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; ICVF 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 

OMAN, Laura Virginia, Scranton, Pa.; Nursing. 

OSMUN, Richard George, Toledo, Ohio; Mathematics; Pi Kappa 

Phi; Swimming 1, 2. 



Sixth row: 

OYEWOLE, Anthony, Nigeria; Political Science. 

PAGE, James Frederick, Oxon Hill, Md.; Civil Engineering; 

ASCE 3, 4; Outing Club 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

PAGE, Robert Foster, Rocky Mount, N. C; Political Science; Pi 

Kappa Alpha, Sec. 3. 



Seventh row : 

PALMER, John Albert, Jr., Woodstock, Va.; Psychology. 
PARSONS, Donald Oscar, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Economics; Phi Beta 
Kappa; Outing Club 2, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
PATCH, Teresa Ann, San Francisco, Calif.; Spanish; Who's Who; 
Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Delta Pi; Ivy; Alpha Delta Pi; House 
Pres. 3; Class Sec. 1; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Student Union 1, 2, 3; 
WSGA 3. 



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First row: 

PATTERSON, Shari Kay, New Canaan, Conn.; Nursing. 
PATTON, David Drake, Dearborn, Mich.; Economics; Sigma Chi, 
Sec. 3, 4; IFC 3, 4; MSGA 2, 3; Peer 1; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
PATTON, Vicky Lee, Mebane, N. C; History; Alpha Delta Pi; 
FAC 4; Pep Board 1; Student Union 1; WSGA 3; YWCA 1, 2, 
3,4. 

Second row: 

PAYNE, Lura Rudisill, Belmont, N. C; Psychology; Kappa Delta; 
Rush Advisor 4; Campus Chest 2. 

PENFIELD, Cameron Wallace, Greensboro, N. C. ; Civil Engi- 
neering; ASCE 3, 4. 

PENNINGTON, Charles William, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Mathe- 
matics; Glee Club 3, 4; NROTC 1, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Third row: 

PERRY, Clifford Webster, Jr., Winston-Salem, N. C. ; Economics; 
Beta Theta Pi, Rush Chairman 3; IFC 4; MSGA 1; Freshman 
Advisory Council 3; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4. 
PETERSON, Sally Machen, HyattsviUe, Md.; Nursing; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; FAC 2; Student Union 2; NSGA 2; Judicial 
Board 1. 

PFIZENMAYER, Richard Frank, Rocky River, Ohio; Economics; 
Who's Who; Phi Beta Kappa: Bench and Bar 1, 2; Campus Chest 
3, 4; Court of Appeals 3; Y-FAC 3, 4; MSGA 3, Atty. Gen. 4; 
YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2. 



Fourth row: 

PHARR. Diana Louise, Montgomery, Ala.; Spanish; Sigma Delta 
Pi; Delta Delta Delta; Student Union 3, YWCA 2, 3; FAC 4; 
Homecoming Court 4. 

PHILBRICK, Janice Lynne, East Greenwich, R. I.; Political Sci- 
ence; Chanticleer 3; Pre-Med Society 1, 2; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; 
WRA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

PHILLIPS, Elisabeth Leigh, Durham, N. C; History; Pi Beta 
Phi; WSGA, Treas. 2. 





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PHILLIPS, Katharine Allen, Memphis, Tenn.; Religion; Zeta Tau 

Alpha, Rush Chm. 3; Pres. 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

PHIPPS. Roy Mangum, Jr., Rocky Mount, N. C; Economics; 

Debate Team 1; MSGA 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4. 

PHYFER. Mary Alexander, Durham, N. C; Nursing; Who's Who; 

Santa Filomena; Class Treas. 2; NSGA, Sec. 3; Judi-Honor 

Comm., Sec. 4. 



Sixth row: 

PICKERING, Mary E., Raleigh, N. C; French; Who's Who; 
Chanticleer 1, 2; Chronicle 3, 4; Duke Players 3, 4; Women's 
Glee Club 1, 2, Vice-Pres. 3; Hoof 'n Horn 2; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
PICKETT, Anne Caldwell, Durham, N. C; History; Judicial 
Board 2; YWCA 1. 

PIERCE. Peter Wood, Bethel, Me.; Mathematics; Lambda Chi 
Alpha; NROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1. 



Seventh row: 

PIFER, Ronald Jan, Durham, N. C. ; Mechanical Engineering; Pi 

Kappa Alpha; ASME 4. 

PIRTLE, Ronald Clayton, Stone Mountain, Ga.; History; Delta 

Sigma Phi; Pre-Med Society 1. 

PIXLEY, Stephen S., Batavia, N. Y^] Business Administration; 

Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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First row: 

POLITANO, Paul Michael, St. Albans, W. Va.; Political Science. 
POLK, Raemon Maurice, Greensboro, N. C; Psychology; Lambda 
Chi Alpha; MSGA 3, 4; Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 4; Sports Car Club 
1, 2; Student Union 1, 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

POLLOK, James Lawrence, Robbins, N. C; Psychology; Pi 
Kappa Alpha. 

Second row: 

POSTLETHWAIT, Raymond W., Jr., Durham, N. C; History. 
POTOCKI, Mary Jane, Winter Park, Fla.; Mathematics; Kappa 
Delta, Treas. 3, Rush Chairman 4; Class Treas. 2; House Treas. 4; 
Judicial Board 3; Pan-Hellenic Council 1; YWCA 2, 3, 4. 
PRIDEAUX, Penny, Mewitt, N. J.; Nursing; Nurses' Social 
Standards Board 2; Chapel Choir 1, 2; FAC 2; Glee Club 1. 

Third row: 

PRIMM, Richard Kirby, Thomasville, N. C; Chemistry; Order of 
Hippocrates; Delta Phi Alpha; Phi Kappa Sigma, Pres. 4; Y-FAC 
3; IFC 4; Pre-Med Society 2, 3, 4; Chief Marshal 3. 
PROCTOR, Marcia Joellyn, Athens, Ga.; History; Zeta Tau 
Alpha; Theta Alpha Phi 3, 4; Duke Players 1, 2, 3, 4, Exec. 
Council 3, 4; Hoof 'n Horn 2, 4; Playbill 3; Student Union 1, 2, 3, 
Board of Governors 4; YWCA 4. 

PURNELL, Frederick, Jr., Norwood, Mass.; Philosophy; Theta 
Alpha Phi; Theta Chi, Chaplain; Archive 3, 4; Chronicle 4; Duke 
Players 2, 3, 4; Peer 4; Fencing Team 1. 

Fourth row: 

PYNE, Robin David, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Civil Engineering; 
Theta Chi; ASCE 3, 4; Chronicle 1; Engineers Guidance Council 
4; IFC 2, 3; YMCA L 

RAMSEY, Elizabeth Ann, Charlotte, N. C; Zoology; Zeta Tau 
Alpha; Terpsichorean 3, Vice-Pres. 4. 

RANDALL, David Stewart, Jr., Chevy Chase, Md., Business Ad- 
ministration; Alpha Tau Omega, Sec; NROTC 1, 2, 3, Drill Team 
Commander 4; Swimming 2, 3, Captain 4. 

Fifth row: 

RANKIN, RosaHe Annette, Arlington 7, Va.; Political Science; 
Delta Mu Tau; Pi Sigma Alpha; Alpha Chi Omega; Concert Band 
1, 2, 3, 4; Symphony Orchestra 1; Rush Advisor 4. 
RASNICK, William Horton, Bristol, Tenn.; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Sigma Chi, Corresponding Sec. 4; ASME 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 
3, 4; Engineers Student Council, Sec. 4; Baseball 1. 
RAY. Carolyn LeNora, Burnsville, N. C; Chemistry; Who's Who; 
Ivy; Delta Mu Tau; Phi Beta Kappa; Order of Hippocrates, Pres.; 
Pre-Med Society 1, 2, Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Symphony Orchestra. 

Sixth row: 

REEVES, Sara Kathy, Atlanta, Ga.; Political Science; Who's 

Who; Sandals; Kappa Alpha Theta; Freshman Advisory Council 

3; WSGA 3, 4; AlESEC 3, Pres. 4. 

REICHMAN, James Alexander, Washington, D. C; Mechanical 

Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi; ASME 1, 2, 3, 4; Engineers 

Guidance Council 4; Engineering Student Council, Treas. 4; 

NROTC 1, 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

REKATE, Harold Louis, Annapolis, Md. ; Chemistry; Pre-Med 

Society 1, 2. 

Seventh row: 

REPASS, Randolph Kent, Norwell, Mass.; Electrical Engineering ; 

Engineers Radio Association 1, 3, Sec.-Treas. 2, Pres. 4; IEEE 4; 

Cross Country 1, 2, 4; Track 1, 2, 4. 

REUTER, Jerilyn Gloria, Wexford, Pa.; Spanish; Sigma Delta 

Pi; Phi Kappa Delta; Pi Beta Phi; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Judicial 

Board 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3. 

REYLING, Theodora R., Roslyn, N. Y.; Botany; Outing Club 

1, 2, 4; WRA Board 2, 3, 4. 



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Seniors 

First row: 

REYNOLDS, Benoni Orrih, San Francisco, Calif.; Sociology; 
Delta Tau Delta, Pres. 4; AFROTC 1, 2; Wrestling 2. 
REYNOLDS, John Charles, Metairie, La.; History; Who's Who; 
Beta Theta Pi, Rush Chm. 2. 3; Red Friars; IFC 2, Judicial Board 
Chm. 4; MSGA 3; Pre-Med Society 1; Soccer 1. 
REYNOLDS, Susan V., Lewisville, N. C; Psychology; Chanti- 
cleer 1, 2, 3, Coed Business Manager 4; Student Union 1, 2; 
YWCA 1, 2, 3; Publication Board 4. 

Second row: 

RICE, Carol Ann, Milledgeville, Ga. ; History; FAC 3; Nereidian 
1, 2, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

RICE, Sheila S., Riverside, Conn.; Nursing; Student-Faculty- 
Administration Comm., Chm. 4. 

RIDENHOUR, Robert Burks, Baltimore, Md.; Electrical Engi- 
neering; IEEE 1, 2, 3, 4; Eta Kappa Nu. 

Third row: 

RITTER, Martha Lucille, Saratoga, Calif.; Mathematics; Phi Mu, 
Treas. 2; IVCF 1, 2, 3. 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Pan-Hellenic Council 1; 
YWCA 1, 2, 3. 

ROBERTSON, James Hoge, Bethlehem, Pa.; History; Kappa 
Sigma: IFC 1. 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Golf 4. 
ROBINSON, James T., Baltimore, Md.; Mathematics; FCA 1, 2, 3, 
Vice-Pres. 4; Cross Country and Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Fourth row: 

RODIN. Steven Geoffrey, Scarsdale, N. Y.; History; Beta Theta 

Pi; Wrestling L 

RODRIAN. Susan Kay, Evansville, Ind. ; Psychology; House Pres. 

4; FAC 3; Student Union 1; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

ROGERS, Charles Henry, Lockhart, Fla.; Electrical Engineering; 

Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Mu Epsilon; Tau Beta Phi; Eta Kappa Nu; 

Engineers Guidance Coun. 1 ; Engineers Student Coun. 1 ; Glee 

Club 2; lEE 3. 

Fifth row: 

ROGERS. Myra Stewart, Asheville, N. C. ; Political Science; Delta 

Deha Deha; Pep Board 1; WSGA 3, 4; YWCA 4. 

ROMP, Walter Gary. Avery, Ohio; Chemistry; Who's Who; Order 

of Hippocrates; Campus Chest. Chm. 4; Men's Glee Club 1, 2; 

MSGA 4; Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4; Y-FAC 3; YMCA 1, 2, 3, Exec. 

Cabinet 4; Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4. 

ROSE, Antoinette Camille, Washington, D. C. ; Nursing; Chancel 

Singers 1; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1. 

Sixth roiv: 

ROWLAND, Suzanne Elizabeth, Sumter, S. C. ; English; Kappa 

Deha; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

ROZNOY, Carol J., Westport, Conn.; Zoology; Outing Club 1, 2, 

3, Pres. 4; Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3. 

RUBY, Lucien, Madisonville, Ky.; Civil Engineering; Sigma 

Alpha Epsilon. 

Seventh row: 

RUDIN, John Jesse, III, Durham, N. C; English; Duke Players 

1, 2, 3, 4; Hoof 'n Horn 2, 3, 4; Town Men's Club 1, 2, 3, Exec. 

Board 4; Wesley Players 2, 3, 4. 

RUDOLF, Judith Anne, Neenah, Wise; French; Who's Who; Phi 

Beta Kappa; Tau Psi Omega; Chanticleer 1, 2, Asst. Ed. 3, 

Editor 4; Sailing Club, Sec. 2, Pres. 3, 4; FAC 4; Publications 

Board 4; Phi Kappa Delta 4. 

RUPP, Daniel Robert, Columbus, Ohio; Political Science; Phi 

Delta Theta; Bench and Bar 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Union 1, 2, 3. 



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First row: 

RUPP, Glenn N., Mountainside, N. J.; Mechanical Engineering; 
Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Mu Epsilon; Pi Tau Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; 
Alpha Tau Omega, Corresponding Sec. 2, Rush Chm. 3; ASME 
2, 3, 4; Engineers Guidance Council 3; Engineering Student Coun- 
cil 4; Engineering Class Pres. 4. 

SALINGER, Jill Hudson, Durham, N. C; Religion; Kappa Delta; 
FAC 4; Symphony Orchestra 1; YWCA 4. 
SAPP, Karen Lewis, Leaksville, N. C; Spanish; Zeta Tau Alpha; 
House Social Chairman 2. 



Second row: 

SAPP, Robert Holmes, Maplewood, N. J.; History; Duke Forum 

3, 4; Outing Club 3. 

SAWYER, Martha Jane, Elizabeth City, N. C; Nursing; Who's 

Who; Santa Filomena; Kappa Alpha Theta. 

SAYETTA, Rona Beth, Birmingham, Ala.; Chemistry; Pre-Med 

Society 1, 2, 3; YWCA 4. 



Third row: 

SCHICK, Gustav Albert, Millville, N. J.; Mathematics; Delta Tau 

Delta; YMCA 4. 

SCHLOSSER, Paul Michael, Orange Park, Fla.; Psychology; 

YMCA I. 

SCHMIDT, Barbara Lee, Scarsdale, N. Y.; Nursing; Kappa Delta; 

Chapel Choir 1; Freshman Advisory Council 2; Glee Club 2; 

Student Union 2, 3; Rush Advisor 4; Class Treas. 1. 



Fourth row: 

SCHUMER, Dennis Robert, Glen Burnie, Md. ; Chemistry; Tau 

Epsilon Phi, Sec. 3; Peer 1; Pre-Med Society 2, 3, 4; YMCA 

1, 2, 3, 4. 

SCOTT, Julia Ann, Charlotte, N. C. ; Elementary Education; 

Student Union 3, 4; WSGA 3; House Council 4. 

SCOTT, Watson T., Chevy Chase, Md.; Chemistry; Sigma Chi; 

Pre-Med Society 1, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Fifth row: 

SEAHOLM, Elizabeth Anne, Scarsdale, N. Y.; Nursing; Class 
Sec. 4; Judicial Board 1. 

SELF, Michael Marvin, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; History; Arnold Air 
Society; AFROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 4; Chronicle 
1, 2, 3, 4; Sports Car Club 2, 3, 4; Shoe and Slipper 1. 
SESSOMS, Howard Clifton, Lumberton, N. C. ; Accounting; Pre- 
Med Society 1; WDBS 4. 



Sixth row: 

SETTLEMYER, William Boyd, Short Hills, N. J. ; Business Ad- 
ministration; Chapel Choir 1; Glee Club 1; AFROTC 1; Hoof 'n 
Horn 1, 2, 3. 

SEYMOUR, Richard Gibson, Southern Pines, N. C; History; 
Pi Kappa Alpha; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

SEYMOUR, William Martin, Pompano Beach, Fla.; Mechanical 
Engineering; ASME 2, 3, 4; Outing Club 2, 3, 4; Sports Car Club 
2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Seventh row: 

SHACKFORD, James Hilliard, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Political 

Science; Sigma Chi; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball I. 

SHARP, Christopher Patrick, Woburn, Mass.; Political Science; 

Chanticleer 4; Soccer 1, 2. 

SHARP, Robert Randolph, Wilmington, Del.; Zoology; MSGA 1; 

Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 4; Student Union 2, 3, 4. 



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First row: 

SHAW, Maria Stewart, Darien, Conn.; Psychology; Kappa Alpha 

Theta; Freshman Advisory Council 4; Peer 1, 2, 3, 4; Sailing 

Club 4. 

SHEARON, Elder Leconis, Memphis, Tenn. ; Political Science; 

Campus Chest 2; Chronicle 1, 2, 3; YMCA 2, 3, 4; Publications 

Board 3; Track 1. 

SHERMAN, Carolyn Louise, Schenectady, N. Y.; Religion; Chapel 

Choir 1; Freshman Advisory Council 4; Glee Club 1. 

Second row: 

SHERRARD, Thomas Johnson, Pompano Beach, Fla. ; History; 
Old Trinity; Beta Omega Sigma; Phi Kappa Sigma; Cheerleader 

2, 3; IFC 2, 3; Y-FAC 2, 3; YMCA 1, 2, 3; Soccer 1; Swimming 
1; Rugby 4. 

SHIVES, Aubrey Courtney, Jr., Greenville, S. C; Economics; 
Delta Sigma Phi. 

SHORE, Carey Deane, High Point, N. C. ; English; Judicial Board 
4; Freshman Advisory Council 3; Student Union 2, 3, 4. 

Third row: 

SIFERS, Christina, Shawnee Mission, Kansas; Political Science; 
Pi Beta Phi; Bench and Bar 2, 3, 4. 

SILVER, Martin David, Silver Spring, Md. ; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Pi Mu Epsilon; Pi Tau Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Zeta Beta Tau, 
Sec. 3; ASME 1, 2, 3, 4; Engineers Guidance Council 1, 2, 3, 4; 
IFC 2. 

SIMMONS, Douglas Edward, Easley, S. C. ; Chemistry; Campus 
Chest 1; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Fencing 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Fourth row: 

SIMPSON, Lucia Elisabeth, Winston-Salem, N. C; French; Phi 
Beta Kappa; Ivy; Tau Psi Omega; Alpha Phi; Campus Chest 1; 
Chapel Choir 1; Chancel Singers 1, 2; Glee Club 1; YWCA 1, 2, 

3, 4. 

SIMS, Larry D., Oklahoma City, Okla.; Political Science; Bench 
and Bar 1, 2; Campus Chest 1; MSGA 1; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
SINCLAIR, Timothy Anderson, Nashville, Tenn.; Accounting; 
Arnold Air Society, Commander 4; Alpha Kappa Psi; Kappa 
Alpha, Sec. 3; AFROTC 1, 2, 3, Commander 4; IFC 2; YMCA 

1, 2, 3, 4. 

Fifth row: 

SLATER, Frank M., Winter Park, Fla.; Engineering; Alpha Tau 

Omega: Baseball 1. 

SLAUGHTER, Celia Roan, Birmingham, Ala.; History; Ivy; 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pres. 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

SLEASE, Clyde Harold, HI, Pittsburgh, Pa.; History; Phi Kappa 

Sigma; Class Vice-Pres. 3; Campus Chest 1, 2; Y-FAC 3; IFC 

2, 3, 4; MSGA 1, 2, 3; Student Union 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3; 
Forum 3; Baseball L 

Sixth row: 

SMELTZ. Carol J., Wilmington, Del; History. 
SMITH, Barbara Hamilton, Westfield, N. J.; French; Student 
Union 1, 2; YWCA 1, 2. 

SMITH, Brian Campbell, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Political Science; 
AFROTC 1; Bench and Bar 4; Chanticleer 3; MSGA 1, Hand- 
book Editor 2; Swimming 1, 2; Golf 1. 

Seventh row: 

SMITH, Julie Anne, Springfield, Va.; Psychology; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma, Marshal 3; Freshman Advisory Council 4; House Vice- 
Pres. 4. 

SMITH, Norman Austin, Charlotte, N. C; Chemistry; NROTC 
1, 2, 3, Public Information Officer 4; Chanticleer 1, 2, 3, 
Assistant Editor 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

SMITH, Robert Kinsey, Rocky Mount, N. C; Political Science; 
Tau Psi Omega; MSGA 1, 2, 3, 4; Religious Council 3; Traditions 
Board Chairman 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; House Sec. 3, Treas. 1. 



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First row: 

SMULL, Michael Warner, McLean, Va.; History; Tau Epsilon 

Phi. 

SMDER, Richard Hay, Jr., Lyndonville, N. Y.; Chemistry; Order 

of Hippocrates; Pi Mu Epsilon; Pre-Med Society 3. 

SNOW, Elizabeth B., Huntsville, Ala.; Chemistry; Student Union 

3. 



Second row: 

SNYDER, Carol Ann, Morristown, N. J.; Nursing; NSGA 1, 2, 

Treas. 3, Chm. Judicial Honor Committee 4. 

SNYDER, Mary Ann, Boone, N. C; French. 

SNYDER, Mary Elizabeth, Darling, Pa.; Political Science; Phi 

Beta Kappa; Pi Sigma Alpha; Delta Gamma, Pres. 4; Pan-Hellenic 

Council 2, Vice-Pres. 3. 



Third row: 

SOMERS, William Robert, Oak Ridge, Tenn.; Zoology; Phi Beta 

Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Order of Hippocrates; Sigma Chi; IFC 3; 

Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3, 4. 

SOUTHERN, Samuel Ogburn, Raleigh, N. C; History; Who's 

Who; Beta Omega Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa; Old Trinity 

Club; Class Pres. 4; MSGA 3; Chapel Choir 1; Y-FAC 2, 3; Glee 

Club 1, 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

SPECK, Martha Loraine, Raleigh, N. C; Mathematics; Pi Mu 

Epsilon; Phi Mu, Vice-Pres. 3; Concert Band 1; Symphony 

Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Fourth row: 

STAMILE, Patrick Michael Anthony, Sayville, N. Y.; Psychology; 
Zeta Beta Tau; Pre-Med Society 1; Golf Team 1, 2. 
STANLEY, Margaret J., Spartanburg, S. C. ; Psychology; Alpha 
Deka Pi, Pres. 4; Chanticleer 4; AIESEC 4; FAC 3; YWCA 
1, 2, 3, 4; Social-Cultural Committee 2, Sec. 3. 
STANSBURY, Dale Guinn, Charlotte, N. C; History; Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Sec. and Rush Chm. 3, 4; Chanticleer 2, 3; Peer 
1; YWCA 1,2. 



Fifth row: 

STANFORD, Pete Evans, Atlanta, Ga.; Business; Beta Omega 
Sigma; Alpha Tau Omega; Class Pres. 2; Campus Chest 4; 
MSGA 2, 3. 

STARNS, Byron Eugene, Jr., Carbondale, 111.; Political Science; 
Who's Who; Red Friars; Beta Omega Sigma; Pi Sigma Alpha; 
Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Delta Theta; Y-FAC 2, Jr. Chm. 3, 
Chm. 4; Judicial Board 3, 4; Traditions Board 2; Lacrosse 2, 3, 4. 
STAUFFER, Robert Elihu, Rochester, N. Y. ; Chemistry; Swim- 
ming 1, 2. 



Sixth row: 

STAUFFER, William Roy, Louisville, Ky.; Chemistry; Delta Mu 

Tau. 

STEIB, Russell James, Nices, Ohio; Political Science. 

STEVENS, Barry Wade, Aiken, S. C; Political Science; Bench 

and Bar 3, 4; NROTC 1, 2; House Pres. 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4. 



Seventh row: 

STEVENS, James Hervey, Jr., Baltimore, Md.; Psychology ; Theta 
Chi, Vice-Pres. 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 4. 
STEVENS, Lynn Baxter, Miami, Fla. ; English; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma; FAC 3; Glee Club 1, 2. 
STEWART, James E., Chattanooga, Tenn.; Zoology. 



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First row: 

STEWART, Rodney Owen, Burlington, N. C; Civil Engineering; 
Sigma Chi; ASCE 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 

STILES, Christopher Scott, Durham, N. C. ; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Lambda Chi Alpha; AFROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; IEEE 4; YMCA 
1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 

STOPPELMAN, John S., Wilmington, Del.; Economics; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. 



Second row: 

STOVER. Carol June, Arlington, Va.; History. 

STROUPE, Sandra Patricia, Charlotte, N. C; Sociology; Delta 

Gamma; Campus Chest 2, 4; YWCA 1, 2. 

STUBBS, Sara Margaret, Denver, Colo.; English; Kappa Kappa 

Gamma; Coordinate Board 2. 



Third row: 

STUBBS, Rowena Maxwell, Jacksonville, Fla.; History; Kappa 

Delta. 

STUEBNER, Jon Woodford, St. Louis, Mo.; Chemistry; Order of 

Hippocrates; Lambda Chi Alpha; Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3, 4; 

YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; MSGA 3; Tennis 1, 2; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4. 

SURBAUGH, Georgeann, Anderson, Ind.; Accounting; Alpha 

Chi Omega, Sec. 3; Campus Chest 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Fourth row: 

SUTHERLAND, John David, Port Clinton, Ohio; Physics; Eta 
Sigma Phi; Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
SWEGER, Carol Blankenship, College Park, Md.; Sociology; 
Delta Gamma; Duke Players 2; Hoof 'n Horn 2; IVCF 2, 3, 4. 
SYTHOFF, Hendrik Gerald, Rye, N. Y.; Mechanical Engineering; 
ASME 4; Engineers Guidance Council 4; Outing Club 2, 3. 



Fifth row: 

TARWATER, Nancy Penelope, Harriman, Tenn.; History; San- 
dals; Zeta Tau Alpha; Judicial Board 4. 

TATE, James Knox, IV, Bolivar, Tenn.; Civil Engineering; Delta 
Sigma Phi: Concert Band 1, 2; Marching Band 1, 4; NROTC 
1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

TATE, Judith Ruth, Dallas, Tex.; French; Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 1; YWCA 3. 



Sixth row: 

TAYLOR, Richard Keith, Burlington, N. C. Accounting. 
TAYLOR, William Ralph, Salisbury, N. C; Chemistry; Marshal; 
Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 4. 
THACKREY. Kent Dean, Falls Church. Va.; Mathematics; Sigma 
Chi; IFC 2; Y-FAC 3; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1. 



Seventh row: 

THOMAS, Richard Stanley, Beaufort, S. C; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4; Chronicle 3, 4; Engineering Student 
Council 4; NROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio Council 3, 4; WDBS 3. 
THOMPSON, Joseph Madison, Raleigh, N. C; Mathematics; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Delta Phi Alpha; Pi Mu Epsilon; Duke Players 1; 
Outing Club 1 ; YMCA 3, 4. 
THORNBURY, Elizabeth Helen, Port Washington, N. Y.; Nursing. 



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First row: 

THORNTON, Thomas Spruill, Winston-Salem, N. C; Political 

Science; Bench and Bar 1, 2, 3, 4; Debate Team 1, 2; YMCA 

1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 4. 

TINSLEY, Ethel Marion, Tokyo, Japan; History; Delta Delta 

Delta, Rush Chairman 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Class Vice-Pres. 4; Rush 

Advisor 4. 

TODD, Brenda Gay, Fredericktown, Ohio; English; Chanticleer 

3; Chronicle 1; Playbill 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Second row: 

TOMKO, David Joseph, Richmond, Va.; Psychology; Sigma Chi; 

Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2. 

TREXLER, William Bernard, Greenville, S. C; Psychology. 

TRUSLOW, John Douglas, Raleigh, N. C; English; Chanticleer 

1; Student Union 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1. 

Third row: 

TURNER, Elaine Ward, Baltimore, Md.; Nursing; Chapel Choir 

1, 2, 3; Freshman Advisory Council 2; Honor Council 1; Class 

Treas. 3. 

TURNER, George Robert, III, Wilmington, Del.; Political Science; 

Phi Kappa Sigma; NROTC 1; Swimming 1. 

TURNER, Sandra Jane, Carrizozo, N. Mex. ; Nursing; Student 

Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Symphony Orchestra 1; Nereidian 4; NSGA 

1, 2, 3, 4. 

Fourth row: 

TURNER, Suzanne Louise, Wooster, Ohio; Psychology; Delta 
Delta Delta; Chanticleer 2; YWCA 1, 2, 4; Rush Advisor 4; 
Class Treas. 4. 

TYLER, Margaret Carolyn, Jacksonville. Fla. ; Zoology; Order of 
Hippocrates; Deha Phi Alpha; Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3, 4. 
URQUHART, James Burwell, HI, Arlington, Va.; Mechanical 
Engineering; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Mu Epsilon; Pi Tau Sigma, 
Pres. 4; Tau Beta Pi, Vice-Pres. 4; ASME 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 4; 
Engineers Guidance Council 3; Sports Car Club 4; YMCA 2, 3, 4. 

Fifth row: 

VACENDAK, Stephen T., Scranton, Pa.; Political Science; Pi 
Sigma Alpha; Phi Kappa Sigma; Campus Chest 4; Interfraternity 
Council 4; Sailing Club 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 
3,4. 

VanLANDINGHAM, David Jennings, Jackson, Miss.; Psychology; 
Debate Team 1, 2; Outing Club 2; Pre-Med Society L 
VOLLAND, Craig Stevens, Atlanta, Ga.; Civil Engineering; Order 
of St. Patrick; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi 
Delta Chi Epsilon, Pres. 4; Delta Sigma Phi, Sec. 3, Vice-Pres. 4 
ASCE 3, 4; Engineers Guidance Council 4; Student Union 2 
Track L 

Sixth row: 

Von SALZEN, Kirk Keyes, W. Hartford, Conn.; Economics; Pi 

Kappa Alpha; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

VOSE, Martha Dunbar, Sanford, Fla.; Nursing. 

WALDRON, Jonathan Charles, Mountain Lakes, N. J.; History; 

Sigma Chi; Swimming 1, 2. 

Seventh row: 

WALKER, Beatrice Anne, St. Petersburg, Fla.; English; Chancel 
Singers 1; Chapel Choir 1, 2; Glee Club 1; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 
WALKER, Margaret Bates, Durham, N. C; Zoology; Tau Psi 
Omega; Nereidian 2, 3, 4; Pre-Med Society 4. 
WALKER, Samuel Austin, HI, Birmingham, Mich. ; Civil Engi- 
neering; ASCE 3, 4; Pep Board 1, 2, 3; Sailing Club 2; YMCA 
1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1; Soccer 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3. 



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First tow: 

WALSTON, Daisy Powell, Tarboro, N. C; Mathematics; Glee 

Club 1, 2. 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

WANLESS, Julia McNeil, Springfield, 111.; English; Delta Delta 

Delta, Sec. 3; Duke Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 1; 

YWCA 1. 2. 

WARFIELD, William Ross, Maplewood, N. J.; Religion; Track 

1, 2; Cross Country 3. 

Second row: 

WARNER, David M., Rocky Mount, N. C; Mathematics; Pi 

Kappa Phi. 

WARNER. Janet Lancaster, Phoenix, Ariz.; Zoology; Archive 

1, 2. 

WATERS, Roger, Vienna. W. Va.; English. 

Third row: 

WATSON, David. Va. Beach, Va.; Political Science; Theta Chi, 
Sec. 2: Concert Band 2; IFC 3: Marching Band 1. 2. 3, 4; MSGA 
3: NROTC 1. 2. 3. 4; Commodore Club 1, 2, 3. 4. 
WATSON. Susan Dale, Long Beach, Calif.; History; YWCA 
1. 2. 3. 4. 

WEATHERFORD. Elizabeth Rose, Memphis, Tenn.; History; 
Who's Who; Sandals; Delta Deha Delta; Class Pres. 4; FAC 3; 
Glee Club 1; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Fourth row: 

WEINHARDT, Lewis William. Jr., Baltimore, Md.; Psychology; 

Delta Sigma Phi: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. 

WERTZ. Kenneth Lee, Springfield, Va. ; Mathematics; Phi Eta 

Sigma: Pi Mu Epsilon: Pi Kappa Phi. 

WELFARE, Kathleen, Winston-Salem, N. C. ; Mathematics; Alpha 

Delta Pi, Treas. 3, Sec. 4; Campus Chest 2; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Fifth row: 

WEST, M. Lee, Warsaw, N. C; Accounting; Alpha Kappa Psi. 

WEST, Ruth Tinsley. Clark's Summit, Pa.; Political Science; Pi 

Sigma Alpha: Zeta Tau Alpha. Vice-Pres. 4; Pep Board 1, 2; 

WSGA 3. 4; IGC 4; YWCA 1. 2, 3, 4. 

WHISNANT, Betty Lynn. Charlotte, N. C; Zoology; Ivy; Order 

of Hippocrates. 

WHITE. Robert Marshall, Arlington, Va.; History; Phi Delta 

Theta; NROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Wrestling 1, 3; Rugby 3, 4. 

Sixth row: 

WHITE, Sarah Noyes, Greenville, S. C; Education; Alpha Delta 

Pi: Campus Chest 3; Pan-Hellenic Council 2, Treas. 3. 

WHITENIGHT. Patricia Ellen. Westfield. N. J.; Nursing; NSGA 

Social Standards 3. 

WHITLEY. Robert Benjamin, Jacksonville. Fla. ; Psychology; 

Sigma Chi: NROTC 1. 2, 3, 4; Religious Council 1; YMCA 

I. 2. 3. 4; Baseball 1. 2, 3, 4. 

WHITMORE. Gene, Long Island, N. Y.; Nursing; Chapel Choir 

1; Glee Club 1; Nereidian 2. 



Seventh row: 

WIDELL. Robert Warner, Balboa, Canal Zone; History; Phi Beta 
Kappa; Sigma Delta Pi; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

WILBUR. Henry Miles, Waynesboro, Va.; Zoology; Outing Club 
1, 2, 3, 4. 

WILCOX. Everett Hammock. Jr.;' History; Sigma Chi; Bench and 
Bar 1; IFC 2, 3: MSGA 1. 2, 3; Track L 

WILKES, Kenneth Earl, Huntington, West Va.; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; ASME 2, 3, Pres. 4; Swimming Manager 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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First row: 

WILLERT. Lorraine Vee, Forest Hills, N. Y.; Elementary Edu- 
cation; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIAMS, Alice June, Raleigh, N. C; History; Kappa Delta; 
Class Pres. 1; FAC 4; Pre-Med Society 1; YMCA 1, 2. 
WILLIAMS, Elizabeth Kemper. Cartersville, Ga. ; French; Alpha 
Delta Pi; Pep Board 2; YWCA 4. 



Second row: 

WILLIAMS, Keary Robert, Grundy. Va.: Chemistry; Alpha Tau 
Omega: Football 1, 2. 3, 4. 

WILLIAMS, Martha Lee, Houston, Tex.; Nursing; Class Treas. 4. 
WILLIAMS, Schuyler Landis, Midland, Mich.; English; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; Student Union 3. 



Third row: 

WILSON, Charles Edward, Evanston, 111.; Chemistry; Sigma Chi; 
Interfraternity Council 2, 3; Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3, 4. 
WILSON, Stephen J.. Chester Springs, Pa.; Physics; Outing Club 

1, 2. 3, 4. 

WISE. Hiram Joseph, III. Durham, N. C; Business Administra- 
tion; Theta Chi; AFROTC 1; Interfraternity Council 3; March- 
ing Band 1. 

Fourth row: 

WISHART. Elaine Florence, Union, N. J.; Nursing; Alpha Delta 
Pi; Chanticleer 3; Freshman Advisory Council 2; WRA 2; 
Pub Board 4. 

WOLTER. Carl Senning. Charlottesville, Va.; History; Phi Kappa 
Sigma; Campus Chest 1; Winter Weekend Comm. 3; Golf 1, 2. 
WOODARD. Dee Anne, Newport, R. I.; Botany; White Duchy; 
Phi Kappa Delta; Kappa Delta, Pres. 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 

2, 3. Pres. 4; Pep Board 1; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Fifth row: 

WOODEN. Ernest Elemer, III. Norfolk, Va.: Chemistry; Beta 
Omega Sigma; Sigma Chi, Pres. 4; Y-Man 2, 3, 4; MSGA 1, 2, 

3, 4; Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; 
YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

WOODS. Murray Henderson, Durham. N. C; Electrical Engi- 
neering; IEEE 4. 

WOOLLEY. Eloise Caroline, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. ; Psychology; 
FAC 3: Judicial Board 4; Terpsichorean, Vice-Pres. 2, Sec. 3; 
YWCA 1, 2, 4, Vice-Pres. 3; Sailing Club 4. 



Sixth roiv: 

WORKMAN, Erwin F.. Sr.. Orinda, Calif.; Pre-Med; Sigma Nu; 
YMCA 2. 

WRIGHT. Ola Rinda, Washington, D. C. ; Elementary Education; 
Alpha Delta Pi. 

YATES. Earl Wesley, Hamlet, N. C; History; Sigma Chi; Foot- 
ball \. 2. 3, 4; Track 1, 2. 

YOUNG, Donald F., Arlington, Va.; Mathematics; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Pi Mu Epsilon; Sigma Pi Sigma; Chamber Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Hoof 'n Horn 1, 2, 3, 4; Symphony Orchestra 2, 3, 4. 

Seventh row: 

YOUNG, Robert, Columbia, S. C; Accounting. 

YOL^NG, Susan Gaynelle, Charlotte, N. C. ; Nursing; Class Sec. 2; 

Judicial Honor Board 3, 4. 

ZEREN. John Charles, Durham, N. C. ; Mechanical Engineering; 

Theta Chi; Lacrosse 1. 

ZIMMER, William Allen, Poland, Ohio; Business; Kappa Sigma, 

Treas. 4; Basketball 1, 3, 4; Track 1, 2. 



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•luniars 
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WOMAN'S COLLEGE: President, M. Lynn Frost: Vice- 
President, P. Anne Roberts; Treasurer, Laura Milner; Secre- 
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tary-Treasurer, Jerry Wilkinson; Presi- 
dent, George Crowell. 



SCHOOL OF NURSING: President, Brenda Hardin; Vice- 
President, Maureen Ward; Treasurer, Beth Robinson; Secre- 
tary, Maryanne Larson. 



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Richmond, Va. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Rockford, 111. 

Charlottesville, Va. 

St. Charles, Mo. 

Endicott, N. Y. 



Smithport, Conn. 
Richmond, Va. 



First Toiv: 

ACKERMAN. William J. 

ACREE, Jackie 

ADAMS, Douglas Glenn 

ADDINGTON, Ann M. 

AHMANN, Gerald Black 

ALBRECHT, Jerry Linn 

Second roiv: 

ALCOCK, Jane Moore New York, N. Y. 

ALDEN, John Thomas, Jr. Rockville, Ind. 

ALDRIDGE, Virginia K. Rocky Mount, N. C. 

ALEXANDER, Pamela Gay King, N. C. 

ALEXANDER, Randolph F. Evanston, 111. 

ALFORD, Judith Eleanor Westport, Conn. 

Third row: 

ALLEN, HoUis 

ALLEN, Margaret Ashby 

ALLEN, Thomas Stringfield Burlington, Vt. 

ALLISON, Nancy E. Riverside, 111. 

ALTER, Carol Ann Lambertville, Mich. 

ALTHOUSE, Sandra Louise, Swarthmore, Pa. 

Fourth rotv: 

ALTREUTER, Richard W. Fair Haven, N. J. 

AMERY, Joe Alan Wilmington, Del. 

ANDERSON. McCutchen B., BishopviUe. S. C. 

ARMBRECHT, David Lee Richmond, Va. 

AUMAN, James Richard Raleigh, N. C. 

AVERITT, Richard G. St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Fifth row: 

BAGGS, William Jerold Reston, Va. 

BAILEY, Claire Grace Staten Island, N. Y. 

BAILY, Lorianne Englewood, Colo. 

BALLEW, Steven Early Inman, S. C. 

BALLOU. C. W.. White Sulphur Spgs., W. Va. 

BARBOUR, Carol Goodwin. Morganton, N. C. 

Sixth row: 

BARGMAN. Alan Richard 

BARNES, Leroy Robert, Jr. 

BARRY. Thomas R. 

BARTLETT, Mary Lee 

BAUER, Richard Allen 

BAYLIN, Eric Alfred 

Seventh roiv: 

BEACH, Roberta K. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

BEALE, David Brooks Centerville, Tenn. 

BEALE, Delores Janeil Winter Park, Fla. 

BEAM, Michael Garey 

BECK, Jean Marie 



Buffalo, N. Y. 
Fairfax, Va. 
Tupelo, Miss. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Bethlehem, Pa. 
Durham, N. C. 



Westlake, Ohio 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Mexico 5, D.F., Mexico 



Charleston, W. Va. 

Painter, Va. 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

High Point, N. C. 

Savannah, Ga. 



BECK, Laurence D. 

Eighth row: 

BEDINGER, Samuel D. 

BEHNKEN, Kenneth C. 

BEISCHER, RoseMarie 

BELL, James Douglas 

BELL, Susanna Marie 

BELVIN, Jeanne Love 

Ninth row: 

BENDER, Douglas Edward Freeport, III. 

BENNETT, Donald E. Reisterstown, Md. 

BENSON, Clark William, II Murphy, N. C. 

BENSON, Craig Burgess Memphis, Tenn. 

BENSON, George Goodwin Pittsburgh, Pa. 

BERKOWITZ, Leonard J. Coral Gables, Fla. 

Tenth row: 

BERMAN, Richard K. 

BEST, Alexander Hulvei 

BETHEL, James Eugene 

BIBB, Louise Randolph Charlottesville, Va. 

BINGHAM. Frederick C, III Kershaw, S. C. 

BITTERMANN, Kim A. Washington, D. C. 



Port Wash., N. Y. 
Towson, Md. 
Rome, Ga. 








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Durham, N. C. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Chatham, N. J. 

Denver, Colo. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



First Toiv: 

BIVINS, William P., Jr. 

BLAKE, Robert L. 

BLAKESLEE, Carol L. 

BLATT, Virginia E. 

BLUNT, Peter Howe 

BOOTH, Lyndall Lee 

Second row: 

BOOTH, Michael C. W. Palm Beach, Fla. 

BOUKNIGHT. Lillian M., W. Columbia, S. C. 

BOVENDER. Jack 0., Jr. Rural HaU, N. C. 

BOWERS, Elizabeth Ann Wheeling, W. Va. 

BOYLAN, Kathleen Ford New Orleans, La. 

BRAIBANTI, Ralph Lynin Durham, N. C. 

Third row: 

BRAUN, Jory Lewis 

BREEDLOVE, Kendall H. 

BRIDGE. Thomas P. Chapel Hill. N. C. 

BRIGHAM. James R.. Jr. Carbondal^, 111. 

BRIGHT. Robert Nail Richmond. Va. 

BRINKMEYER, Mary E. Washington, D. C. 

Fourth roiv: 

BROCKETT. Peter C. Ormond Beach, Fla. 

BRODNAX, Lewis M. Eutaw, Ala. 

BROOKS. James C. Jr. Atlanta, Ga. 

BROSKE. Stuart Page Huntington, W. Va. 

BROWN, Archie Watt, Jr. Morganton. N. C. 

BROWN, Edward B. Atlanta, Ga. 

Fifth row: 

BROWN, Louise Lambeth Charlotte, N. C. 



Atlanta, Ga. 
Arlington, Va. 



West Columbia, S. C. 

Hyattsville, Md. 

CherryviUe, N. C. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Kennett Square, Pa. 



Portland, Ore. 

Hollywood, Fla. 

Miami, Fla. 

Utica, N. Y. 

Houston, Tex. 

Alexandria, Va. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 
Davidson, N. C. 



BROWN. Rose V. 

BROWN. Sallie L. 

BROWNE. Charles G. 

BRUHWEL. Roger A. 

BRYCE, John S. 

Sixth row: 

BUCK, William Peter 

BULLINGTON, Richard E. 

BULLOCK. Calvert Riggs 

BURCHESKY, Kenneth M. 

BURKE. Betty E. 

BURN INGHAM, Kent S. 

Seventh roiv: 

BURTON. Judith M. 

BURTS. Richard C. Ill 

BUTLER. Katherine A. Southern Pines. N. C 

BUTLER. Warwick W., San Juan. Puerto Rico 

BUTT. Barbara S. Pensacola, Fla. 

BUTTERWORTH, Robert S. RichviUe, N. Y. 

Eighth row: 

BYRNE. Suzanne B. 

CALDWELL. James E. 

CAMERON. Jean J. 

CAMPBELL. Barbara C. Ormond Beach, Fla. 

CAMPBELL, Dennis M. Elmwood Park, 111. 

CAPEHART, Gretchen Hall Riverton, N. J. 

Ninth row: 

CARLISLE, Louise G. Tarboro, N. C. 

CARLTON, Caroline D., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

CARMICHAEL, George J. Manhasset, N. Y. 

CARNEY, Robert S., Jr. Memphis, Tenn. 

CASEY. William J. Arlington, Va. 

CASTLES, Stephen H. Big Pine Key, Fla. 

Tenth row: 

CHANDLER, James G. Alexandria, Va. 

CHARLESWORTH, D. R. Pasadena, Calif. 

CHILDS, Kathlynn E. Alexandria, Va. 

CLARKE. William L. University Park, Md. 

CLAUSET, Karl H., Jr., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

CLEARY, Geraldine C. Vero Beach, Fla. 



Fort Bliss, Tex. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Shaker Hts., 0. 



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First row: 

COGGIN, John Thomas, Jr. Elmira, N. Y. 
COIL. James Hubert, III Mobile, Ala. 

COLEMAN, Marcia Ethel Mooresville, N. C. 
COLEMAN, Richard L. Jacksonville, Fla. 
COLEMAN. Samuel Thomas, Jr., Tulsa, Okla. 
COLEY, Stephen Craig Washington, D. C. 
Second row: 



COLLIER, Vivian 
COOGLER, John 
COOKE, Russell Yale 
COREY, Steve James 



Houston, Texas 
Brooksville, Fla. 
Greenvale, N. Y. 
Charleston, W. Va. 



CORWIN. James Albert, East Hampton, N. Y. 
COSLER, Constance H. Columbus, Ohio 

Third row: 

COWART, Dorothy Anne Atlanta, Ga. 

COWMAN. Mark Irvin Tarpon Springs, Fla. 
COX, Abram J., Ill Concord, N. C. 

COX, Monty Woodall Durham, N. C. 

CRAIG, Margaret Corinne McComb, Miss. 
CRATER, Helen Graves Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. 
Fourth row: 

CROSLAND, Jack Weatherly Dallas, Tex. 
CROSSNO, Johnny Leon Enfield, N. C. 

CROW, William C. Arlington, Va. 

CROWELL. Ann L. St. Joseph, Mich. 

CRUTCHER. Martha S. Nashville, Tenn. 
CUBBISON, Edwin Pritchett, Clearwater, Fla 
Fifth roiv: 

CUNNINGHAM. Kenneth Earl, Boston, Mass. 
CUTTER, Norman Craig Baltimore, Md. 
CUTTING, John T., Jr. Matthews, N. C. 

DACKO. Douglas Mitchell Monessen, Pa. 
DADSON, Dana Irving Pompano Beach. Fla. 
D'ANDREA, Frederick E. Warwick, R. I. 
Sixth row: 

DANIEL, Henry S., IV Ko-Be, Japan 

DANIEL, John H., Jr. Washington, D. C. 
DARLAND. Jane Creviston, Mason City, Iowa 
DARLING. Malcolm Breed Groton, Mass. 
DARR, Frances Payne Sparta, N. C. 

DAVIES, James A. Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. 
Seventh row: 



DAVIS, Allan H., Ill 
DAVIS, Holly Wilson 
DAVIS, Laurel Rhea 
DAYTON, Nancy E. 
DEAN, J. Gary 
DECAPRIO, Jack Irwin 



Richmond, Va. 
Richmond, Va. 
Chatham, N. J. 
Towanda, Pa. 
Wilmington, Del. 
Chatham, N. J. 



Eighth row: 

DEMURO, Debby Kinnelon, N. J. 

DENTON, Dianna Lee Camp Springs, Md. 

deVYVER. Mary Elizabeth Hartsdale, N. Y. 

DEWAR, Sam Davis, Jr. Bethel, N. C. 

DICK. Frances Colclough Durham, N. C. 

DIVINE, Jennie Lou Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Ninth row: 

DODDS. Ann Margaret Dallas, Tex. 

DOMMERICH, Rosemary J. C. Gables, Fla. 

DONOHUE. Patricia Carol St. Louis, Mo. 

DORSETT, Marion Nash Mt. Gilead, N. C. 

DOUGLAS, Margaret Ann Chevy Chase, Md. 

DRAPER, Daniel, Jr. Winter Park, Fla. 

Tenth row: 

DUBIN. Alan Leslie 

DuBOIS. Molly 

DUCKER, Stuart Reiley 

DUCKETT, Laura Jean 

DUNFORD, Sylvia D. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

DURRETT, Joseph Park Tampa, Fla. 



Baltimore, Md. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Dayton, Ohio 

Asheville, N. C. 







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Greensboro, N. C. 

Dayton, Ohio 

Spindale, N. C. 



KittreU, N. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Swarthmore, Pa. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 



First row: 

DUTKO, Paula Helen 

EARLE, Mary Elizabeth 

EARLE, Mary Elizabeth 

EASON, Frederick J., Jr. 

EDGERTON, Charles N., Jr., Goldsboro, N. C. 

EDGERTON, Jane Ellen Marion, Ind. 

Second row: 

EHRHARDT, Rolf Frederick Akron, Ohio 

EICHERT, Martha Jane Hollywood, Fla. 

ELLINGTON, Elizabeth G. 

ELLIS, Peggy Jo 

ERVIN, Sarah Ruth 

ESTEY, James Arthur 

Third row: 

EVANS, Mary Christine 

FAGAN, Brenda Lynn Granada Hills, Calif. 

FARRAH, Jere Tiffin Glen Cove, N. Y. 

FEENEY, Dorothy Lorene Charlotte, N. C. 

FEGLEY, Thomas Lee Lewisburg, Pa. 

FINKLEA, Samuel L, III Columbia, S. C. 

Fourth row: 

FISCHER, Kenneth Clyde Brooklyn, N. Y. 

FISCHER, W. Robinson Pittsburgh, Pa. 

FLEET. Jack Jacksonville, Fla. 

FLETCHER. Brenda Elaine, Mansfield, Mass. 

FLINTOM, Sarah Ann Greensboro, N. C. 

FLYNN, Thomas E. Bayville, N. Y. 

Fifth row: 

FORRESTER. Sandra N., Atlantic Beach, Fla. 

FOUKE, Judith Lynn Kettering, Ohio 

FRANKLIN, Emily Kaye Raleigh, N. C. 

FREDIANI. Dale Steven Mancius, N. Y. 

FRENZEL, James Charles Durham, N. C. 

FRIAS, Claudia Virginia Beach, Va. 

Sixth row: 

FROHWIRTH. Richard A. Fairfield, Conn. 

FROST. Jack Nowell Winston-Salem, N. C. 

FROST, Marsha Lynn Ridgewood, N. J. 

FULLER, Ford P., Ill 

FUTRELL. Betty Brookes 

GADDIS, Geoffrey Beach 

Seventh row: 

GAHAGAN. Luther Powell 

GALLOP, M. A., Jr. Elizabeth City, N. C. 

GALT, Susan T. Transvall, Rep. of S. Africa 

GARDINER. Judith Kay Dallas, Tex. 

GARRETT, Bowman S., Jr. Perkasie, Pa. 

GARSIDE, Nancy Jo 

Eighth row: 

GAUS, Elizabeth Ann 

GAW. Donald Stephen 

GELLER. Roger J. 

GILES, Geoffrey N. 

GLASS, Frank Walter, Jr. 

GNUSE, Mary Kathryn 

Ninth row: 

GOODRIDGE, David R. Vero Beach, Fla. 

GOODYEAR, Glenn J. Lumberton, N. C. 

GORMAN, Henry, Jr. Falls Church, Va. 

GOTLIEB, Edward Marvin Atlanta, Ga. 

GOULD, Robert W. Rocky River, Ohio 

GRAGG, Judith Lynne Memphis, Tenn. 

Tenth row: 

GRAHAM, Andrew Tredway Madison, Wis. 

GRAHAM, Robin E. Silver Spring, Md. 

GRANT, Edward Donald Baton Rouge, La. 

GRAVES, William Thompson Wilson, N. C. 

GREGORY, Claiborne B. San Antonio, Tex. 

GRIER, Richard Lowry Charlotte, N. C. 



Verona, Italy 
Lynchburg, Va. 
Butler, Pa. 

Savannah, Ga. 



Chicago, 111. 

Potomac, Md. 

Arlington, Va. 

New York, N. Y. 

Severna Park, Md. 

Norton, Va. 

Bethel Park, Pa. 



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First row: 

GRIFFETH, Betty Marie Greenville, S. C. 

GRIFFITH, William Patrick Marion, N. C. 



GROSS, Richard Rutter 
GROVES. Nicholas T. 
GURKIN, Jane Elizabeth 
HAAS, Thomas Leonard 
Second row: 

HABERSTICK, Kathy Fair 
HAGIST, Susan Lee 
HALE. Michael Kenneth 
HALFORD, Peter 
HALL, Patsy E. 



Cranford, N. J. 

Winter Park, Fla. 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Mascoutah, 111. 

Miami Beach, Fla. 

Honolulu, Hawaii 

Miami, Fla. 

Catskill, N. Y. 



HALLENBECK, Gerald T. 

Third row: 

HALLOWELL, John H., Jr. Durham, N. C. 

HAMILTON, Carol Ann Williamsville, N. Y. 



Pfafftown, N. C. 

Maitland, Fla. 

Lancaster, S. C. 

Columbus, Ohio 



Knoxville, Tenn. 
Wayne, N. J. 



HANES, Eldridge C. 

HANNON, John Robert 

HARDIN, Brenda Sue 

HARLAN, Roberta Deann 

Fourth row: 

HARMANSON. Betsy Hutton Arlington, Va. 

HARRIS, Joe Frank Atlanta. Ga. 

HART, William Johnson Durham, N. C. 

HASSLER. Diane Jane Bogota, Colombia 

HASSON, James Keith, Jr. "" "" ~ 

HASWELL, Eddy Stearns 

Fijth row: 

HAUGLAND, Charles Clayton Seattle, Wash. 

HAVERFIELD, Marcia Mae R., Lakewood, 0. 

HAYDOCK, John Spahr Atlanta, Ga. 

HAYES, James Craig Marietta, N. C. 

HAYMAN, Joyce Lee Winter Haven, Fla. 

HAYNES, Katherine Darreline Dallas, Tex. 

Sixth row: 

HEBERLING, Jon Leland Moline, 111. 

HEMPHILL, David C. Caroleen, N. C. 

HENDLEY, Joyce Clarisse Ocala, Fla. 

HENNEY, David Keith N. Merrick, N. Y. 

HENRY, Randall A. 

HENSLEE, Judith Gwen 

Seventh row: 

HERRMANN, Wendy Elizabeth Oxford, Md. 

HESS, Jeffrey Bruce Wilmington, Del. 

HIATT. Joseph S., Ill Southern Pines, N. C. 

HIESERMAN, James Edward Decatur, Ala. 



Topeka, Kansas 
West Orange, N. J. 



HIGH, William Lank 
HILD, Marilyn Jean 
Eighth row: 

HILL, Harry Edward, Jr. 
HILL, Rufus Carter 
HINES. John Moore 
HIPP, Kenneth Byron 
HITCH, Robert Russell 
HODGE, Susan Irene 
Ninth row: 
HOKANSON. Dean T. 
HOLLINGSHEAD, R. L. 
HOLMES. Barry L. 
HOMER, Lauren Booth 
HOPKINS, Shelton George 
HORN, Judith Cecelia 
Tenth row: 

HORWITZ, Patricia Gail 
HOUGHTON, Dudley W. 
HOWARD, Penny Dianne 
HOY, John Julian 
HUBER, David Garrett 
HUGGINS, Michael Olaf 



Boone, N. C. 
Monessen, Pa. 

Fairfax, Va. 

Moultrie, Ga. 

Greenwich, Conn. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Milford, N. J. 

Alexandria, Va. 

Bethesda, Md. 

Jersey City, N. J. 

Tulsa, Okla. 

Pelham, N. Y. 

Houston, Tex. 
Chappaqua, N. Y. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Monroe, La. 

Durham, N. C. 

Swansea, Mass. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Tulsa, Okla. 







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Midland, Tex. 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

Winnetka, 111. 

Levittown, N. Y. 

Placentia, Calif. 



First row: 

HUGHES, David Alan Dallas, Tex 

HUNNICUTT, Bruce Alan Pottstown, Pa 

HUNTER, David Lamson Leominster, Mass 

HURST, Carol Jean Durham, N. C, 

HUTCHISON, Hugh Joseph Stratford, Conn 

HYDE, Robert T., Jr. Atlantic Beach, Fla, 

Second row: 

lOBST, Frederick William 

IRWIN, Kathy Ann 

JABBOUR, Jane Linda 

JACHYM, James Gerhard 

JACK, Patricia Marie 

JACKSON, Grace Tyler 

Third row: 

JACOBUS, Everett F., Jr. Madison, N. J. 

JAMES, Margaret Louise Charlotte, N. C. 

JARRARD, J. Michael New Canaan, Conn. 

JENSEN, Paul Edward Lafayette HiU, Pa. 

JOHNSON, Amos Neill, Jr. Garland, N. C. 

JOHNSON, Annette Karen Hollywood, Fla. 

Fourth row: 

JOHNSON, Edwin Jethro Springfield, Pa. 

JOHNSON, Robert Alan Falls Church, Va. 

JOHNSON, Robert Clover Durham, N. C. 

JONES. Hamill Dice, Jr. Falls Church, Va. 

JONES, J. Michael Charlotte, N. C. 

JONES, Rochelle P. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Fifth row: 

JONES, Roy Bradley 

JORDAN, Robert Wood 

KARMIOL, M. Anne 

KATZBERE, Richard W, 

KAUFFMAN, Bruce Lee 

KEEN, Barbara Anne 

Sixth rotv: 

KEEVER, John Francis, Jr. Asheville, N. C. 

KENERLY, William Dudley Salisbury, N. C. 

KENNERLY, John Charles Belmont, N. C. 

KENWORTHY, Deane Center Square, Pa. 

KERN, Karen Louise New Orleans, La. 

KERNODLE, John R., Jr. Burlington, N. C. 

Seventh row: 

KETELHUT, Narna Page Plainfield, N. J. 

KETTERING. James R., Jr.. Fairmont, W. Va. 

KETTLESTRINGS. Robert D. Oak Park, 111. 

KILPATRICK, Judith Anne Akron, Ohio 



Durham, N. C. 

Hong Kong 

Garden City, N. Y. 

Langley AFB, Va. 

AUentown, Pa. 

Vero Beach, Fla. 



KIMEL. Alice Ann 
KISER, Sylvia Dianne 
Eighth row: 
KLUTTZ, June Carol 
KNUTSON, Carole 



Charlotte, N. C. 
Landis, N. C. 

Salisbury, N. C. 
Millbrook, N. Y. 



KOLL, Brenda Kristen Pompano Beach, Fla. 

KONANZ, Jacqueline West New York, N. J. 

KREGLOW, Alan F., Jr. Washington, D. C. 

KUCK, Barbara Marie Watchung, N. J. 

Ninth row: 

KYLE, Albert Sidney 

LAMASON, Robert Barry 

LAMBERT, Glenn Earl, Jr. 

LANGSTON, Victor Vann 

LAPHAM, Samuel Peyre 

LAPOINTE, John G. 

Tenth row: 

LARSON, Mary Anne 

LASLETT, Basil G. F., Jr. 

LATHRAM, Thomas Wade Alexandria, Va, 

LATTA, Robert Lester EUicott City, Md 

LAUBER, Curtis Allan Drexel Hill, Pa, 

LEAR, Robert T. Fayetteville, N. Y, 



Arlington, Va. 

Bahimore, Md. 

New York, N. Y 

Henderson, N. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Gloucester, Mass, 
Fayetteville, N. C. 



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First row: 

LEIKENSOHN, John R. Staten Island, N. Y. 

LEWIS, Anne Marie Morehead City, N. C. 

LINDEGREN, John Emory Mullins, S. C. 

LIPE, Joseph Alexander Landis, N. C. 

LITTLE, Dora Anne Wadesboro, N. C. 

LIVINGSTON, John Scott Kensington, Md. 

Second row: 

LOFTUS, Kevin Wesley, East Cleveland, Ohio 

LOWE. Mary Spalding Jacksonville, Fla. 

LUECKER, John Howard Wilniette, 111. 

LUNSFORD, Ernest J., Jr. Roxboro, N. C. 

LUTWICK, William Rex Richmond, Va. 

MacDONALD, Sarah H. Severna Park, Md. 

Third row: 

MACK, Johnny Joseph Mooresville, N. C. 

MAJOR, Nina Louise Washington, D. C. 

MALONEY, Patricia Ann Orlando, Fla. 

MANN, James D. Birmingham, Ala. 

MANN, John Bertram Richmond, Va. 

MARSHALL, T. L. Hillsborough, N. C. 

Fourth row: 

MARTIN, Albert Peter Milwaukee, Wis. 

MARTIN, James Addison, Jr. Danville, Va. 

MASON, Linda Brown Yorktown, Va. 

MATTHEWS, Mary Louise, Greensboro, N. C. 

MATHEWSON, James W. Lyndonville, N. Y. 

McALPIN, Malcolm Mitchell, Convent, N. J. 

Fifth row: 

McCANTS, Carol M. Albuquerque, N. M. 

Mccarty, Kenneth Scott New York, N. Y. 

McCOLLUM, Douglass J. 

McFARLANE, Carolyn 

McGINTY, Herbert K. 

McGUIRE, Judith H. 

Sixth row: 

McINTlRE. William Ray 

McKAIG, Albert Stuart 

McKEE, Andrea Lynne 

Mcknight, Judith Eioise 

McMILLEN, Michael C. 

McWILLIAMS, Frederick Barry 

Seventh row: 

MEITH, Nikki Jane 

MELSON, Janet Louise 

MERIAM, Melissa Lee 

MERSEREAU, John Bradford Augusta, Ga. 

MESSIER, Pauline Judith, West Orange, N. J. 

MEYER, Nancy Lynn, Clearwater Beach, Fla. 

Eighth row: 

MICKAL, Marie Virginia New Orleans, La. 

MILLER, John Cassel, Jr. Allentown, Pa. 

MILNER, Laura L. Westover A.F.B., Mass. 

MODLIN, John F. Columbia, Mo. 

MOFFETT, John A. Carney's Point, N. J. 

MONROE, Mary Eugenia High Point, N. C. 

Ninth row: 

MONTAGUE, Martha 

MOORE, G. Daniel 

MOORE, Martha Claire 

MOORE, Natahe C. 

MOORE, Sara Nell 



Washington, D. C. 

Summit, N. J. 

Washington, D. C. 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Midland, Mich. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Bradford, Pa. 

Wilmington, Del. 

Akron, 0. 

Fairfax, Va. 
Wyomissing, Pa. 
Durham, N. C. 



Jacksonville, Fla. 
Brunswick, Me. 
Camden, S. C. 
West Palm Beach, Fla. 
Granite Falls, N. C. 



MORRIS, Sarah Katherine 
Tenth row: 

MORRISON, Andrew L. 
MORRISON, Diane E. 
MOSS, Richard Tihon 
MUMFORD, Harbert W. 
MURRAY, Katherine G. 
NADEL, Barbara Sherry 



Americus, Ga. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Floral Park, N. Y. 

Wyomissing, Pa. 
Gaithersburg, Md. 
Schenectady, N. Y. 

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Maitland, Fla. 

Pottstown, Pa. 

Asheville, N. C. 



Charlotte, N. C. 
Rowland, N. C. 



First row: 

NASH, Rebecca Aldridge Durham, N. C. 

NATIONS, Michael Thomas Macon, Ga. 

NELSON, Marsha Lynn Charleston, S. C. 

NEWTON, Joseph E. Old Greenwich, Conn. 

NOLAN, Charlie C, Jr. Welcome, N. C. 

NOLPH, Frances Louise Syracuse, N. Y. 

Second row: 

NOVICK, Donald N. 

ODELL, Pamela Neepier 

O'DONNELL, William A., Ill 

O'KELLEY, Ronald L. 

OPPENHEIMER, Robert H. St. Louis, Mo. 

ORR, Peter Allen Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Third row: 

OVERAKER, Sally Springfield, 111. 

OWENS, Edward J., Jr. Richardson, Alaska 

OWENS, Louis Fairfax, Jr. WhaleyviUe, Va. 

OZBOLT, Judy Grace Waterboro, S. C. 

PACE, John S. Tallahassee, Fla. 

PADGETT, David E. FayetteviUe, N. C. 

Fourth roiv: 

PAINTER, William G., Ill, Fort Defiance, Va. 

PASOTTO, Frederick W. 

PATE, Sara Elizabeth 

PATTERSON, Charles G., Ill, Lynchburg, Va. 

PATTERSON, David R. Randolph AFB, Tex. 

PAUW, Michael John Columbia, Mo. 

Fifth row: 

PEARLSTEIN, Leslie N. Miami Beach, Fla. 

PECK, Donald Allen Arlington, Va. 

PERETT. William Gregory Tulsa, Okla. 

PEREZ, Carmen Loretta St. Petersburg, Fla. 

PETERLIN. Tatjana Marija Durham, N. C. 

PFOHL, Barbara Ann Jacksonville, Fla. 

Sixth row: 

PHILLIPS, Donald A. 

PHILLIPS, John Gray 

PHILLIPS. Paula Ruth 

PIERCY. Glenn Thomas 

PILLING, Cynthia Lynn 

PITTARD, Edwin Albert, Jr. Manassas, Va. 

Seventh row: 

POE, George J., Jr. Durham, N. C. 

POPPENDIECK, Janet E. Alexandria, Va. 

PORTER, Judy Ann Wilmington, Del. 

POST, Brenda Mae East Haven, Conn. 

POST. Richard E. Houston, Tex. 

POTTER, Grafton M., Jr., Shawnee Mis., Kan. 

Eighth row: 

POWELL, James Lee Sylva, N. C. 

POWERS, Charlotte A., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

POWERS, Erwin T. Bennettsville, S. C. 

PRANCE, Norman R., Bloomfield Hills, Mich. 

PRATT, G. Thomas, Jr. Northampton, Mass. 

PRINGLE, Ashmead F. Charleston, S. C. 

Ninth row: 

PRITCHARD. Richard H., Ware Shoals, S. C. 

PRIZER, William Flaville Petersburg, Va. 

RANKIN, Nancy Charles Fort Hood, Tex. 

RAPER. Julian Robert, III Barrington, R. I. 

RAY, Mary Elizabeth Murfreesboro, Tenn. 

RAYNOR, William L. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Tenth row: 

REAMER, Richard Rankin Salisbury, N. C. 

REDDING, Rosemary Leigh, Kensington, Md. 

REDINGER, Robert Paul Dover, Ohio 

REED, Gregory Lee Brookeville, Md. 

REIDER, Richard K. LaPorte, Ind. 

REILLY, Susan Jane Garden City, N. Y. 



Silver Spring, Md. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Lakewood, Ohio 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Baltimore, Md. 



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First row: 

REUBEN, Wilhelmina Matilda Sumter, S. C. 



RHOADS, Rebecca Ann 
RICH, Elizabeth Holmes 
RICH, Simon Brown, Jr. 
RICHMOND, Ann Louise 
RIEDY, Robert Frederick 
Second row: 
RIGGS, Robert Thomas 
RINKEMA, Marsha Lynn 



Durham, N. C. 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Belhaven, N. C. 

Louisville, Ky. 

AUentown, Pa. 

McKeesport, Pa. 
Naperville, 111. 



RIVERA, Phoebe J., Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico 



ROBB, George Willard 
ROBBINS, Henry Haywood 
ROBERTS, Patricia Anne 
Third row: 

ROBERTSON, David Fudge 
ROBERTSON, Jock D'A. 
ROBERTSON, Victoria Jean 



Durham, N. C. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Wilson, N. C. 

Pittsfield, Mass. 

Alexandria, Va. 

Biloxi, Miss. 



Athens, Greece 

Richmond, Va. 

Midland, Tex. 



Petersburg, Va. 

Elkin, N. C. 

New Hope, Pa. 



ROBINSON, Beth Ann 

ROBINSON, Lindsay Opie 

ROCCHIO, Diane Leighton 

Fourth row: 

ROGERS, Nora Lea Winston-Salem, N. C. 

ROMIG, Bruce Annandale, Va. 

ROSE, John William, Jr. Birmingham, Ala. 

ROSE, Marvin Bruce, Jr. 

ROSS, Alfred Kern 

ROTHMAN, Bonnie Sue 

Fifth row: 

ROTHMAN, George K. Oxford, Pa. 

RUBIN, Hyman Sylvan Columbia, S. C. 

RUBIN, Peter Jonathan Bath, Me. 

RUNDLES, Ward Frederick Durham, N. C. 

RUTENBERG, David C, Jackson Hgts., N. Y. 

SAFFORD, Barbara S., Hendersonville, N. C. 

Sixth row: 

SALMON, Helen Jane Houston, Tex. 

SAMUELS, William 0. Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

SANDS, Alexander Paul Reidsville, N. C. 

SANDUSKY, Chad Bingly College Park, Ga. 

SAYER, Alan Brooke Charleston, S. C. 

SCHADT, Charles F., Jr. Memphis, Tenn. 

Seventh row: 

SCHENCK, Ralph F. Avon-By-The-Sea, N. J. 

SCHIRO, Gregory W., Hasbrouck Hgts., N. J. 

SCHMIDT, Havard E. Louisville, Ky. 

SCHMIDT, James Ross, Jr. Pottstown, Pa. 

SCHORR, Stephen Arthur Elkins Park, Pa. 

SCHUERMAN, Tinker Chappaqua, N. Y. 

Eighth row: 

SCOTT, Bernadette Frances 

SCOTT, David Steele 

SCOTT, Kathryn PhiUips 

SCOTT, Michael Harley 

SEAMANS, Richard Eraser 

SELLERS, William Porter, IV 

Ninth row: 

SERBELL, John Domer 

SERRAVEZZA, William J. 

SHARRATT, Julie Marie 

SHAWGER, Helen Martha 

SHEPPARD, Margaret E. 

SHOEMAKER, Raleigh A. 

Tenth row: 

SHORT, Nancy Pelton Columbia, S. C. 

SHUFORD, Thomas W., Ill Lenoir, N. C. 

SIMPSON, Jon Harold Cottonwood, Ariz. 

SMALL, Philip Winslow Charlotte, N. C. 

SMITH, Cassandra E. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

SMITH, Donald Douglas Tulsa, Okla. 



Charlotte, N. C. 
Charlotte, N. C. 
Lancaster, Pa. 
Rock Hill, S. C. 
Concord, Mass. 
Norfolk, Va. 

Dauphin, Pa. 

Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Norfolk, Va. 

Summit, N. J. 
Bradenton, Fla. 
Charlotte, N. C. 




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Glenview, 111. 

Ooltewah, Tenn. 

Hanford, Calif. 

Roanoke, Va. 



Lexington, N. C. 

Medway, Mass. 

Lexington, Mass. 

Crystal Lake, 111. 

Laurel, Fla. 

Charlotte, N. C. 



Charlotte, N. C. 
Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. 



First row: 

SMITH, Michael Edward Spartanburg, S. C. 

SMITH, Sandra Luise Rochester, N. Y. 

SMITH, Steven L. Baltimore, Md. 

SOLIE, Guy Thompson Madison, Wis. 

SOUTHERN, G. E., Jr., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

SPADER, Bruce Edward, Parkersburg, W. Va. 

Second row: 

SPEIGHT, Margaret Louise Farmville, N. C. 

STAFFORD, Susan Graham Matthews, N. C. 

STALLINGS, Alice Leone Thomasville, N. C. 

STANLEY, Ellen Gail Columbia, S. C. 

STARRETT, Andrea Lynn East Point, Ga. 

STAUSS, Benjamin George 

Third row: 

STEITZ, Molly DeKlyn 

STENGL, Gary Richard 

STEPHENS, Michael Allan 

STEPHENS, Sharon Paine 

STEWART, John Douglas Wilmington, Del. 

STOAKS, Joy Elizabeth Washington, D. C. 

Fourth row: 

STOGNER, Kathryn Joyce 

STOKES, Roger William 

STONE, Bruce Winchester 

STONE, Sam G. 

STRATTON, Sherman Lee 

STRAWN, Betsy Ann 

Fifth row: 

STRAWTHER, Teri Frances Yonkers, N. Y. 

STREETS, Benjamin F., Ill Largo, Fla. 

STRICKLAND, Dianne Claire Mayport, Fla. 

STROMAN, Dorothy M. Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 

STROUD, Dixie Janet 

SUERKEN, Susan Ann 

Sixth row: 

SUMMER, William Emslie Gaffney, S. C. 

SUMMERLIN, Daniel C. Mt. Olive, N. C. 

SWAGART, Harry A., Ill Rockville, Md. 

SWENNES, Robert Harvey, Jr., El Paso, Tex. 

TAFT, Richard Chesson Greenville, N. C. 

TARASOFF, Barry J. N. Plainfield, N. J. 

Seventh row: 

TATE, Jacqueline Crawford Newton, Conn. 

TEAL, James Robert Charlotte, N. C. 

THOMAS, Larry Walter Beaufort, S. C. 

THOMPSON. William H. 

THORE, Robert Eddie 

THRASHER, Michael A. 

Eighth roiv: 

TICE, Stephen Alonzo 

TITTON, Grace Louise 

TODOROVICH, Michael B. 

TRIPPE, William L. 

TROTMAN, Richard C. West Orange, N. J. 

TUDOR, Michael Simon Pineville, La. 

Ninth row: 

TURBIVILLE, Richard B., San Antonio, Tex. 

TURNER, Arthur F., Ill Orlando, Fla. 

TWOMEY, Judith Anne Quakertown, Pa. 

VALIN, Margaret S. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

Vandyke, AUen Holstead Greenville, N. C. 

VANN, Arthur, III Durham, N. C. 

VANNORTWICK, W.A., Jr., Jacksonville, Fla. 

Tenth row: 

VARELA, Arthur A., Jr. Alexandria, Va. 

VINCENT, Wendy Carolyn Glen Ridge, N. J. 

VODGES, James M., Ill Collingswood, N. J. 

VOLK, Laura Zelle Flemington, N. J. 

VOLZ, Karen Diane Louisville, Ky. 

VREELAND, Arthur Alexander, Ruxton, Md. 

WAGNER, William Orr Upland, Calif. 



South Bend, Ind. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Norfolk, Va. 

Ft. Myers, Fla. 

Arlington, Mass. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



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First row: 

WALKER, Leo Laulton 
WALL, Joseph Edward 
WALSH, Kathy Lynn 
WALTERS, Bonnie Lee 
WARD, Mary Elizabeth 
WARD, Maureen Louise 
Second row: 

WARING, Mary Randolph 
WARREN, Mary Lou 
WATERFALL, Kathleen 
WATSON, Richard L., Ill 
WAYNE, James Henry 
WEART, Christine C. 



Springfield, Va. 
Burlington, N. C. 

Quito, Ecuador 
Middlesex, N. J. 
Chesapeake, Va. 

Hockessin, Del. 

Elkin, N. C. 

Lutherville, Md. 

Stillwater, Okla. 

Durham, N. C. 

Jacksonville, N. C. 

Pensacola, Fla. 



Third row: 

WEBB, Sarah Gorham Washington, D. C. 
WEBER, John Edward Pittsburgh, Pa. 

WEBSTER, Charles Marshall Rumson, N. J. 



Langhorn, Pa. 
Greensboro, N. C. 
Burlingame, Calif. 



WEIR, Jeremy 
WEISNER, John Ralph 
WELBORN, H. Craig 
Fourth row: 

WELDON, Wilson 0., Jr. Greensboro, N. C. 
WELLS, Rita Gertrude Wallace, N. C. 

WHEELER, William Henry Gaffney, S. C. 
WHITE, Jan Raleigh, N. C. 

WHITE, Nathaniel Bradshaw Durham, N. C. 
WHITEHEAD, Philip Grantham Tampa, Fla. 
Fifth row: 

WHITLEY, Richard James Nutley, N. J. 

WIESLEY, D. Bruce, Jr. Darien, Conn. 

WIGGINS, Richard Calvin Durham, N. C. 
WIGREN, Pamela A. Signal Mtn., Tenn. 

WILCOX, Kent W. Winston-Salem, N. C. 
WILCOX, Margaret Moore Charleston, S. C. 

Sixth row: 

WILFONG, Walter Thomas Athens, Ga. 

WILKINSON, Jerry Coker Louisville, Tenn. 
WILLIAMS, Alice S. Arlington, Va. 

WILLIAMS, James A. West Point, Miss. 

WILLIAMS, Robert B. Walnut Cove, N. C. 
WILLSON, Donna Jean N. Augusta, S. C. 
Seventh row: 

WILMOT, Barbara Mary Gainesville, Fla. 
WILSON, Helen Waldo Atlanta, Ga. 

WILSON, John C. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

WILSON, Sarah Gail Joplin, Md. 

WINKLER, Wendy West Caldwell, N. J. 

WISCHMEYER, Nancy Louise, St. Louis, Mo. 
Eighth row: 

WITHERS, Carolyn Leslie, Spartanburg, S. C. 
WITTENBERG, Pauline HicksviUe, N. Y. 

WITTER, Lon L. Crown Point, Ind. 

WOLBERT, Tim H. EUicott City, Md. 

WOLFE, Kristen Jane Hampton, Va. 

WOOD, Donald Robinson Houston, Texas 
Ninth row: 

WOOD, Janet Linda Winston-Salem, N. C. 
WOOD, Sara Lynn Siler City, N. C. 

WORFUL, Stephen Craig Anchorage, Ky. 
WYATT, Emily Hughes Raleigh, N. C. 

YEARWOOD, Susan Carol Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
YOUNGER, John J. Champaign, 111. 

Tenth row: 

ZAISER, Kent Ames St. Petersburg, Fla. 
ZAMBETTI, Victor John Jacksonville, Fla. 
ZEGER, Dennis Anson Mercersburg, Pa. 

ZELLER, Michael R. Jamaica, N. Y. 

ZIEGLER, Richard Dell Wilmington, Del. 
ZIMMER, Herbert Jerome, Wilmington, N. C. 
ZUKER, Fred Raymond Chattanooga, Tenn. 




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366 



First rotv: 

ABRAMS, Judith Ellen Miami, Fla. 

ADKINSON, Margaret J. Washington, D. C. 
ADLER, Kenneth Elliot New Rochelle, N. Y. 
AGNEW, Mary Elizabeth Wyomissing, Pa. 
AITKEN, Shawn Geneva, Switzerland 

ALLEN, Deanna R. Huntington, N. Y. 

Second row: 

ALSTRIN, John Christopher Kenilworth, 111. 
ALSUP, Charles Welden HuntsviUe, Ala. 
ALTMANN, Kerbby T. Chevy Chase, Md. 

ANDERSEN, Dana Kimball, Glen Cove, N. Y. 
ANDERSON, Sarah Graham, Charleston, S. C. 
ANDERSON, Susan Catherine Ruxton, Md. 
Third rotv: 

ANDERSON, Virginia Laurel, Asheville. N. C. 
ANDERSON, William Holt Burlington, N. C. 
ANTHES, Gary Harrison Wilmington, Del. 
ARCHER, James Douglas Charleston, W. Va. 
ARICO, Daniel Joseph Elizabeth, Pa. 

ARNETT, Carroll D. Rowlesburg, W. Va. 
Fourth row: 

ARONOFF, Stephen Louis Dallas, Tex. 

ARTHUR, Kay Kristin Burlington, N. C. 
ARTHUR, Thomas Carlton Ferrum, Va. 

ASHFORD, William Henry, HI Radnor, Pa. 
ATKINS, Jimmy Dale Mt. Airy, N. C. 

ATKINSON, Richard Bernard Elkin, N. C. 
Fifth row: 

BAAR, Leslie Ann Dearborn, Mich. 

BABCOCK. Catherine Ruth Monroeville, Pa. 
BACHELDER, David Macleod Neenah, Wis. 
BACON, David Gardner Middletown, Conn. 



Atlanta, Ga. 
Largo, Fla. 

Conklin, N. Y. 

Appleton, Wis. 

Arlington, Va. 

Miami, Fla. 

Chicago, 111. 

Orlando, Fla. 

Madison, Tenn. 
Wayne, N. J. 



BAGLEY, Nancy Lu 

BAILEY, Sharron Kay 

Sixth row: 

BANKER. Michael Ian 

BANTA, Robert Mason 

BARNHART, Philip W., Jr. 

BARNHILL. Peggy Elaine 

BARONE, Anthony Andrew 

BARR, Joel 

Seventh row: 

BARRON, Gene Gordon 

BARTHEL, Carol Ann 

BASSETT, Sandra V. R. Albuquerque. N. M. 

BATTS. Richard Thomas Indianapolis, Ind. 

BEALL, Ninian Edgewater, Md. 

BEASLEY, William Howard, III Dallas, Tex. 

Eighth row: 

BEATTY, Wayne Arthur 

BECKETT, Leslie 

BELL. Keith Whitman 

BELL, Kenneth Louis 

BELL. William H., Jr. 

BELTON, Katherine Ann 

Ninth row: 

BENNETT, Gregory Charles Maywood, 111. 

BENNETT, Linda Gates Little Silver, N. J. 

BENNETT, Jo Alice Asheville, N. C. 

BENZ, Steven Carl Adrian, Mich. 

BERG, Barbara Karen Shaker Heights, Ohio 

BERGER, Frederick Allen Clayton, Mo. 

Tenth row: 

BERGER. Johnny M. Mechanicsburg, Pa. 

BERGHORN, Linda Christine Chatham, N. J. 

BERGMAN, Eric Charles Hudson, N. Y. 

BERKEY, William Gordon Fishkill, N. Y. 

BERNEY, Richard Thomas S. Orange, N. J. 

BERS, Ellen Sue York, Pa. 



Statesville, N. C. 

Blacksburg, Va. 

Bethesda, Md. 

Weston, Conn. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Houston, Tex. 



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BEVACQUA, Donna Gayle Vienna, Va. 

BINGHAM, James H. Lexington, N. C. 

BLACKMORE, Elizabeth A. Livingston, N. J. 

BLATTAU. Steven Joseph Severna Park, Md 

BLECKWENN, Brian M. Long Island, N. Y, 

BLESSING, Katharine Ann Waterville, Me, 

Second row: 

BOEHM. Douglas W. 

BOGER, John Charles 

BOGGESS, Blake R. 

BOLE. Roberta Susan 

BOLINGER, Janet Marie 



BOND. John B., Jr. 
Third roiv: 

BOND. Robert Stephen 
BOREMAN. Judith Ann 
BOSWELL, Peter Bruce 
BOTSFORD, Lydia Ware 
BOUGHNER, Robert F. 
BOWMAN. Jacquelyn C. 
Fourth row: 
BOX. Patrick 



San Diego, Calif. 

Concord, N. C. 

Fairmont, W. Va. 

Pittsfield, Mass. 

St. Louis, Mo. 



Sandia Base, N. Mex. 



Baltimore, Md. 
Wantagh, N. Y. 
Rockford, 111. 
Charlotte, N. C. 
West Mifflin, Pa. 
Simsbury, Conn. 

Jacksonville, Fla. 



BRADLEY, Nancy Christina Sanford, N. C. 



Largo, Fla. 

Graham, N. C. 

Urbana, 111. 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Decatur. Ga. 



BRALEY, Judith Ann 

BRANNON, Donald Ray 

BRENIZER. Jon Wendell 

BRESLAU, Jill Havelin 

Fifth rotv : 

BRIMM. Martha Carol 

BRITT. Wade Hampton, III Summit, N. J. 

BRITTINGHAM, Marion A.. State College. Pa. 

BRODERSON. Janet Christine Irvington, Va. 

BROOKS, Howard Richard Lebanon, Pa. 

BROOKS, Mary Linda Conway, S. C. 

Sixth row: 

BROSS. Gary Wayne New Orleans, La. 

BROWDER. David Castner LouisviUe, Ky. 

BROWN. Clinton Marion, Jr. LewisviUe, Tex. 

BROWN. Donald Walter Tulsa. Okla. 

BROWN. Edith Lynn Bethesda, Md. 

BROWN, Linda Joanne Rolling Hills, Calif. 

Seventh row: 

BROWN. William B.. Jr. Midland. Mich. 

BROWN. Wyatt L., Jr. Greenville, N. C. 

BURCHAM, Genevieve Rose Gary, Ind. 

BURR. Robert Maurice Morristown, N. J. 

BURTON, John Tyson 

BURTON, Theodore H. 

Eighth row: 

BUSSEY. Joe Paynter, Jr. Chesapeake, Va. 

BUTTS. John Davis, Jr. Closter, N. J. 

BYE. Sara Anne Wilmington. Del. 

CALESTRO. Kenneth M. New Haven, Conn. 

CALLISON, Tolliver C. Ill Gaffney, S. C. 

CALVER. James Stevan Charlottesville, Va. 

Ninth row: 

CAMPBELL. Lewis Byrns Winchester, Va. 

CAMPBELL. Ronald M. Severna Park, Md. 

CAPUTO. Patricia Joanne Teaneck, N. J. 

CARLSON. Brenda Jean Chappaqua. N. Y. 

CARNAHAN. Ellen Denny Chatham. N. J. 

CARRITHERS, Ashley Kent Gates Mills, 0. 

Tenth row: 

CARTER. Edward Bates. Jr. Wilmington, Del. 

CARTER, Robin Charles Ipswich, Mass. 

CENSER, Jack Richard Memphis, Tenn. 

CHAPMAN, Carol McLean, Va. 

CHAPMAN, Kathryn E. Newport, R. I. 

CHARLET, James David Baton Rouge, La. 



Thomasville, N. C. 
Springfield, Pa. 



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First row: 

CHENAULT, David Larkin Frankfort, Ky. 

CHESTNUT, Kenneth S. Wilmington, N. C. 

CHIKES, Peter George Washington, D. C. 

CHISHOLM, Paul Stuart Manhasset, N. Y. 

CHRISTIAN, John T., II Durham, N. C. 

CHRONISTER, Carl Stewart, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Second row: 

CHURCHMAN, Charles W. Springfield, Pa. 

CLARKE, Paul Graham Santa Monica, Calif. 

CLAYTON, Diane Marie Westport, Conn. 

CLAYTON, Terry Lee Fairfax, Va. 

CLIFTON, William Lacy, Jr. Waco, Tex. 

COCKRILL, Betty Boyd 

Third row: 

COHEN, Irvin M. 

COKER, John Leslie 

COLBORNE. Robert Alan 

COLE, Stella Jane 

COLE. Susan Ann Charleston, W. Va. 

COLEMAN, Donald Bruce Sewickley, Pa. 

Fourth row: 

COLEMAN, Patrick Daniel 

COLLIER, Mike Warren 

COLEMAN, John Peter 

CONE. Alan Craig 

CONNOR, Anthony J. 



McLean, Va. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Pulaski, Va. 

Columbus, Ohio 

Durham, N. C. 



Cincinnati, Ohio 
Fort Myers, Fla. 
Chamblee, Ga. 
East Aurora, N. Y. 
W. Simsbury, Conn. 
CONNORS, BruceH. Little Silver, N. J. 

Fifth row: 

CONSIDINE, James Corbin Midland, Tex. 
COOK, Robert Franklin Charlotte, N. C. 

COOLEY, LaRena M. Truth or Con., N. M. 
COOPER, Robert MacAdam Lexington, Ky. 
COOPER, Walter Alan Norfolk, Va. 

COPLAN, Mark Beryl Columbia, S. C. 

Sixth roiv: 

CORBELL, Dee Winston-Salem, N. C. 

COTTON, Robert Beveridge Media, Pa. 

COUPER, Charles Cowling Waynesboro, Va. 
COURIE, Charles Maturon Charlotte, N. C. 
COURT, Sarah Lewis Williamsburg, Va. 

CRANE, Karen Margaret Westfield, N. J. 
Seventh roiv: 

CRARY, Donald Houston, Tex. 

CRATER. Richard Riker Springfield, Mass. 
CRAWFORD, Michael Clark Oil City, Pa. 
CROMARTIE, Thomas H. Parksley, Va. 

CROSS, Charles Joseph New York, N. Y. 

CROSS, Robert Scott 
Eighth row: 
CROSS, William Wood 
CROWELL, Dale Jones 
CROWELL, John David 
CUMMINGS. J. L.. Jr. 
CURETON, Kenneth A. 
CUTTER, Matthew 
Ninth row: 
DALSON, Judie Kay 

DAME. Christian W.. Old Orchard Beach, Me. 
D'ANNUNZIO. Albert M. McKeesport, Pa. 
DAUGHERTY, Robert F. Durham, N. C. 

DAUL, Charles Reems Morristown, N. J. 
DAVANT, Charles Blowing Rock, N. C. 

Tenth row: 

DAVENPORT, Thomas Earl Valdosta, Ga. 
DAVID, Clifford Baynes Jacksonville, Fla. 
DAVIS, Clayton W. Southern Pines, N. C. 

DAVIS, John Jefferson Macon, Ga. 

DAVIS, Julie Ann Houston, Tex. 

DAVIS, Mary Anne Atlanta, Ga. 



Clearwater, Fla. 

Neenah, Wis. 

Fort Lee, Va. 

Sarasota, Fla. 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Greenville. S. C. 

Durham, N. H. 

Birmingham, Mich. 



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First row: 

DAVIS, Nick S. Huntington, L. I., N. Y. 

DAWSON, Douglas S. Indianapolis, Ind. 

DAY. Gale Unger Roanoke, Va. 

DEAL, Winfred W. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

DEAN, Barbara Grand Rapids, Mich. 

DEATON, Aundrea Jean, Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Second row: 

deBEERS, Anne Carlisle Washington, D. C. 
DEEMER, Alexandra Jane Brookville, Pa. 
DEEN, Stephanie L. Lancaster, Pa. 

DEERING. Barbara J. Richardson, Tex. 

DEJAGER, Gretchen E. Cincinnati, Ohio 

DELANY, Dishie Joanna, S. C. 

Third row: 

DENENBERG, Steven L. 
DENMAN, Joyce Mary 
DENNY, Barbara Jean 
DePRlEST, Thomas Baxter 
DICKENS, James H. 



Hewlett, N. Y. 

Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 

Uniondale, N. Y. 

Shelby. N. C. 

Sanford, N. C. 



DILEO, Michael J. Port Washington, N. Y. 

Fourth roiv: 

DINGLE. John Patrick Fairfax. Va. 

DiPASQUALE, John W. Buffalo, N. Y. 

DIXON, Antoinette Lynn Chula Vista, Calif. 

DONNELL, Mark Lindsey Lebanon, Tenn 

DONOVAN, Gregory Alden 

DOTSON, Barbara Bruce 

Fifth row: 

DRAKE. Wilton RodweU, Jr. 

DRENNEN, David Holmes 

DRESSER. Anita E. 

DRUSE. Mary 

DuBOSE, David M. 

DuBOSE, Howard M., Jr. 

Sixth row: 

DUNITZ, Rebecca 

DUNLAP, Louise C. 

DUNNINGTON, Gan H. 

DYE. Alan Page 

EDGAR, Christopher L. 

EDLOW. Robert B. 

Seventh row: 

EDWARDS, Joseph B. 

EGGLESTON. John Fred, Jr., Charlotte, N. C 

ELDREDGE. Victoria M. Roslyn, L. I., N. Y 

ELLIOTT. Jeffrey L. Montclair, N. J. 

ELLIS, Robert L. Colonial Heights, Va, 

ELMENDORF, Jon R. EvansviUe, Ind 



Alexandria, Va. 
Bethesda, Md. 

Macon, N. C. 

Bethesda, Md. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Racine, Wis. 

Gable, S. C. 

Lakeland, Fla. 



Easton, Pa. 

Lancaster, Pa. 

Franktown, Va. 

Eustis, Fla. 

Athens, Tenn. 

Washington, D. C. 

Clayton, Mo. 



Eighth roiv: 
ENFIELD, Lee 
ENGEL. Susan Jean 
ERICKSON. Robert A. 
ETHER. Deborah J. 
ETHRIDGE. Larry C. 
EVANS, John 0., jr. 
Ninth row: 

FAIRBURN, Kathleen J. 
FALK. Martin E. 
FALLIS. Sara Jane 
FARMER. Elizabeth B. 
FARMER. Jeannette W. 
FARMER, Susan Carol 
Tenth row: 
FAY, Robert W. 
FEELY. Patrick S. 
FEICHTINGER, Gary R, 
FERGUSON, John H. 
FIELDS, George S. 
FILLETTE, Theodore 0, 



Houston, Tex. 
Durham, N.' C. 

Sarasota, Fla. 

Media, Pa. 

Louisville. Ky. 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Cherry Point, N. C. 

Alexandria, Va. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Richmond, Va. 

Villanova, Pa. 

Mountainsville, N. J. 

Arlington, Va. 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Mobile, Ala. 

Mobile, Ala. 



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First row: 

FINCH, PhiUip Randolph Henderson, N. C. 
FINEMAN, Alvin Jay Jamaica, N. Y. 

FISHER. Janice Carol Upper Montclair, N. J. 



FITZNER, James Ronald 

FLAGLER, Joan Helen 

FLORY, Katharine Knox 

Second row: 

FOELLER, Carl Walter, Jr. 

FOOTE, Sally Harris 

FORD, John E. 

FORGY, B. Keith Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

FORRESTER, Terri Lynn Tampa, Fla. 

FORTH, David Stephens Roanoke, Va. 

Third row: 

FOSS, Philip T. Darien, Conn. 

FOX. James Robert Hickory, N. C. 

FOX, Philip Alan Wantagh, L. I., N. Y. 

FOX, Robert Edward Annandale, Va. 

ERASER. Craig Booth Prairie Village, Kan. 



Wheaton, 111. 
Wayne, Pa. 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Warwick, R. I. 

Clifton, Va. 

Needles, Calif. 



Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Dunn, N. C. 

DenviUe, N. J. 

Shawnee Mis., Kan. 

Flemington, N. J. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



FRAZIER, Donald H. 

Fourth row: 

FREEMAN, Judith Louise 

FRENCH. Christie Chaplin 

FRIESEN, Robert H. " 

FRITZ. Robert Leslie 

FROEBER. Sarah M. 

FROELICH, Philip N. 

Fifth row: 

FUDGE. Mary Beth Hillsborough, N. C. 

FULLER, Cheryl Lynne, District Heights. Md. 

FULLER, Richard Boiling Washington, D. C. 

FULLER, Russell B. Fort Wayne, Ind. 

FULLER, Thomas R., Jr., Johnson City, Tenn. 

FULLERTON, Maryellen Arlington, Va. 

Sixth row : 

FULTON, Penny Pacific Palisades, Calif. 

FYFE, Charles R. Elk Grove Village, 111. 

GAILEY. Irma Jean Cornelia, Ga. 

GAJEWSKI, John F. Grosse Pointe, Mich. 

GALE, Donald Ira, Jr. Damascus, Md. 

GALLAGHER, Helen Faith Westbury, N. Y. 

Seventh row: 

GANAWAY, George K. W. Palm Beach, Fla. 

GARDNER, Joseph B., Ill Cave City, Ky. 

GARDNER, Mary Ruth Durham, N. C. 

GARR, David Ross Miami, Fla. 

GARRETT, W. M., Jr. Spartanburg, S. C. 

GEIER, Gail Ellen Nashville, Tenn. 

Eighth row : 

GENTRY, Benjamin F., Jr. Raleigh, N. C. 

GEOFFREY, Alan Francis Arlington, Va. 

GERBE, Ronald William N. Merrick, N. Y. 

GEREN, Natasha Washington, D. C. 

GERHOLD, Carol Drunette Towson, Md. 

GERKEN, Thomas Michael Stamford, Conn. 

Ninth row : 

GIBSON, John McNeiU Laurinburg, N. C. 

GIBSON, Thomas Benjamin Ithaca, N. Y. 

GITENSTEIN, Mark Henry Florala, Ala. 

GLASS, Richard Casper Bethlehem, Pa. 

GLENN, James Harold, Jr. Columbia, S. C. 

GOFF, Charles Austin Winter Haven, Fla. 

Tenth row: 

GOHDES, Dorothy Mary Durham, N. C. 

GOLDBERG, Stephen Norman, Pikesville, Md. 

GOLDEN, Stephen C. White Plains, N. Y. 

GOLDFARB, Jeffrey Alan Bayside, N. Y. 

GOLDMAN, Harvey J. Madison, N. J. 

GOLDMAN, Stephen M. Denver, Colo. 




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First row: 

GOODWIN, William 0. Fairmont, W. Va. 
GOSNELL, Katherine A. Monticello, Ark. 
GOSS, Roy A. Ashburn, Ga. 

GRADMAN, Alan Howard Jacksonville, Fla. 
GRAFFY, Linda B. Virginia Beach, Va. 



GRANT, Cheryl E. 
Second row: 
GRANT, Gordon F. 
GRASSO, Donald J. 
GRAVES, Pamela A. 
GRAVES, William W. 
GRAY, John W. 
GRCICH, Mary M. 
Third row: 
GREEN, Kathleen E. 
GREEN, Shannon M. 
GREEN, Walter G. 



Atlanta, Ga. 

Bethesda, Md. 

Newark, N. J. 

Wilmington, Del. 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Burton, S. C. 

Valparaiso, Ind. 

Largo, Fla. 
Springfield, Va. 
Burlington, N. C. 



Pittsburgh. Pa. 
Cleveland, Ohio 

Dallas, Pa. 



GREENBERG. Lawrence A. Asheville, N. C. 

GRIER, Betsy Jane Pinehurst, N. C. 

GRIFFIN, Fred B. Arlington, Va. 

Fourth row: 

GRIFFITH. Beverly C. Lake Wales, Fla. 

GRIFFITHS, Kenneth H., Jr. Leonia. N. J. 

GRYPARIS, George Athens, Greece 

GUNN. Thomas Edward Lynwood, Calif. 

GUY. William H. - . - - 

HACKETT, James D. 

Fifth roiv: 

HACKLING. Roger W. 

HAHLBOHM, Virginia E. Manhasset, N. Y. 

HAILE, Kenneth Lee, Jr. Cookeville, Tenn. 

HALDERMAN, John Ray Wooster, Ohio 

HALES, Celia E. Zebulon, N. C. 

HALL, Charles A. Windsor, N. C. 

Sixth row: 

HALL. John R. 

HAMM. Nancy A. 

HAMMOND, Joseph S. 

HAMRICK, Florence C. 

HANABURY, Susan J. 

HANDLER, Eric P. 

Seventh row: 

HARBIN. Karla 

HARDEKOPF, James D., W. Palm Beach. Fla. 

HARDING, Bertrand M., Jr. Alexandria, Va. 

HARDWICK, Wayne R. 

HARKRADER. Sarah G. 

HARMON, John C. 

Eis^hth roiv: 

HARPER. John F. Charleston, W. Va. 

HARRIS, Henry Paul Atlantic. N. C. 

HARRIS, Joe N. Midwest City, Okla. 

HARRIS. Thomas A. Greensboro, N. C. 

HARTLEY, Henry H., Jr., Winter Haven. Fla. 

HARVEY, Janice Lynn Buffalo, N. Y. 

Ninth row: 

HASTINGS, Elizabeth Ann Glen Ellyn, 111. 

HATCHELL, Janice M. Lumberton, N. C. 

HAY, James T. 



Silver Spring, Md. 

Yardley. Pa. 

Americus, Ga. 

Gaffney, S. C. 

Annandale. Va. 

Durham, N. C. 

Cayce, S. C. 



Galveston, Tex. 
Mt. Airy, N. C. 
Annandale, Va. 



HAYES. John M. 
HEAD. M. Corinna 
HEANEY, Mark 
Tenth row: 
HEARN, James C. 
HEATON, Alan P. 
HEATON, David W. 
HELLER, John W. 
HELLMANN, Richard, Jr. 
HELM, Catherine Jo 



Durham, N. C. 

Elkhart, Ind. 

Durham, N. C. 

Drexel Hill, Pa. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Homestead, Fla. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Asheville, N. C. 

Stroudsburg, Pa. 

Somerset, N. J. 



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Greenville, N. C. 
Jackson, Miss. 
Washington, D. C. 

Durham, N. C. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Topeka, Kans. 

San Antonio, Tex. 

Durham, N. C. 

Albemarle, N. C. 

Miami, Fla. 
Cayce, S. C. 
Vienna, Va. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Mobile, Ala. 



First row: 

HENDERSHOT, Marsha Lynn Lima, Ohio 

HENDERSON, David Martin Tyler, Tex. 

HENDERSON, M. Anne Mooresville, N. C. 

HENDERSON, Martha L. 

HENDRIX, Susan Gray 

HENKIN, Russell David 

Second row: 

HENRY, James Charles 

HENRY, James Earl, Jr. 

HENRY. Robert Craig 

HENSLEY, Patricia 

HERBERT. Gordon Bruce 

HERLOCKER, Betty 

Third row: 

HERNANDEZ, Michael D. 

HERRING. Monnie Teesue 

HERZBERG, Donald Dale 

HIGGINS. Beverly Anne 

HILL, Connie Anne 

HILL, Mary Lee 

Fourth row: 

HITCHMAN, Joseph Michael Aiken, S. C. 

HOBSON, Joyce Ann Richmond, Va. 

HOGUE, Richard Denver Atlanta, Ga. 

HOLLENBECK, Mary Gloversville, N. Y. 

HOLLOW AY, David Michael Miami, Fla. 

HOLT, Janet Lee Richmond, Va. 

Fifth row: 

HOOKS, Alfred James Savannah, Ga. 

HOTTENSTEIN, Thomas B., MiUersburg, Pa. 

HOWARD, James Brown Durham, N. C. 

HUBENER, Louis Frederick, Gainesville, Fla. 

HUDGINS, Clifton T., Jr. Falls Church, Va. 

HUDSON, Annette Washington, D. C. 

Sixth roiv :- 

HUGHES, Kenneth Michael 

HULL. Terry Wayne 

HULTMAN, Tami Jean 

HUME, Nicholas Chappaqua^ N. Y. 

HUMPHREY, Sue Katherine Bethesda, Md. 

HUNT, David Arthur Transfer, Pa. 

Seventh roiv: 

HURDLE, Patricia Ann Fayetteville, N. C. 

HYSONG, James B. Hendersonville, N. C. 

I DEN, Robert Winfield Akron, Ohio 

ISHMAEL, William Earl Mt. Sterling, Ky. 

IVERSON, Virginia Helen Mobile, Ala. 

JACKSON, Constance Elaine Durham, N. C. 

Eighth row: 



Westport, Conn. 

Durham, N. C. 

Cambridge, Md. 



JAMES, Thomas, III 
JENKINS. Gordon W. 
JOHN, David Vaughn 
JOHNSON, Paul Edward 
JOHNSON, Robert Tracy 
JOHNSON, Terry 
Ninth row: 
JOKI, Erik 

JONES, Annabel Lambeth 
JONES, Catherine 
JONES, Greg G. 
JONES, Joseph Walter 
JUBANOWSKY, D. L. 
Tenth row: 
KAHL, Stephen Bruce 
KALAT, James William 
KALMBACH, Sharon Anne 
KAMMERER, Hal 
KANDRA, Karen Ann 
KATZ, Steven Philip 



Louisville, Ky. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Arlington, Va. 

Morrisville, Pa. 

Middletown, R. I. 



Taunton, Mass. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Hewlett, L. I., N. Y. 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

Mountainside, N. J. 



Corning, N. Y. 

Kettering, Ohio 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Windermere, Fla. 

Westfield, N. J. 

Omaha, Neb. 









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First row: 

KELLEY, John C. 

KELLY, Leslie Marion 

KELSO, Christine W. 

KENNA, Lee M. 

KENNICKELL, David M., Newport News, Va. 

KERN, Rosella Mae Charles Town, W. Va. 

Second row: 

KERNODLE, Ann Cole 

KIEFER. M. Josette 

KIEN, Craig L. 

KIMBALL, Susan Jean 

KIME, Ray C. 

KING, Clare V. 

Third roiv: 

KING, Mary Ann 

KINNEY, Jonathan C. 

KIRBY, John M. 

KIRCHHOFF, Terence A. Texas City, Tex. 

KLAUSS, Raymond John Glenshaw, Pa 

KLISE, Betsy Wren 

Fourth row: 

KNAPE, Frederick P. 

KNAPP, Nancy L. 

KNEAPLER, David L. 

KNEISEL, Edmund M. 

KOHMS. Patricia Kay 

KOLODZIEJ, Timothy M. 

Fifth row: 

KOPCHICK, John H. 

KOPP, Thomas G. 

KORSCHUN, Howard M. 

KREGER, David L. 



Rockville, Md. 
Denver, Colo. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Charleston, W. Va. 



Burlington, N. C. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Haddonfield, N. J. 

Glen Ridge, N. J. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Arlington, Va. 

Baton Rouge, La. 



Miami, Fla. 

Wilmington, N. C. 

Macon, Ga. 

Coral Gables, Fla. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Irvington, N. J. 

Amsterdam, N. Y. 



KRIST, Joseph L. 
KUNDZINS, John L. 
Sixth row: 
KUNTZ, Susan A. 
KUTSCHE, Margie 
LANDAU, Michael R 
LANE, Harold H., Jr. 
LANE, Nathan, III 
LANG, Alan R. 
Seventh row: 
LANG, Benjamin G. 
LANG, Enid Diane 
LANG, Tania Kay 
LATIFF. George Sam 
LAVINE, David M. 
LAWRENCE, Glenn R. 
Eighth rotv: 

LAWRENCE, William B. 
LAWSON. Charles A. 
LAWSON, George M., Jr. 



Muir, Mich. 

Columbia, Tenn. 

Goldsboro. N. C. 

Portsmouth, Va. 

Broad Brook, Conn. 

McLean, Va. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

Avondale Estates, Ga. 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

Washington, D. C. 

Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. 

Newton Centre, Mass. 

Plantation, Fla. 

Kankakee, 111. 

Iowa City, Iowa 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

Hyattsville, Md. 

Warwick, R. L 



Nanticoke, Pa. 
Macon, Ga. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



LAWWILL, Patricia Anne, Washington, D. C. 



LAZARUS, Lewis Terry 
LEACH, Charles H., Jr. 
Ninth rotv: 
LEACH. Robert Jay 
LEE, Gayle B. 
LEES, Robert G. 
LEGGETT, Camilla H. 
LEIGHTON, William R. 
LEITCH, Alae Risse 
Tenth row: 
LEITH, Betsy W. 
LeLAND, Candace M. 
LENNOX, Barbara C. 
LESESNE, Joseph B. 
LEVINE, Robert S. 
LIGON, Daniel J. 



Pikesville, Md. 
Darien, Conn. 

Falls Church, Va. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Washington, N. C. 

Chatham, N. J. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Washington, D. C. 

New York, N. Y. 

Wilmington, Del. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

N. Bellmore, N. Y. 

Hickory, N. C. 



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Pensacola, Fla. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Oreland, Pa. 

Warren, Pa. 

Lansdowne, Pa. 

Charlotte, N. C. 



First row: 

LILLY, Jeffrey Arnet 

LINDGREN, Luray Marie 

LINK, Betsy 

LINK, Heidi Ann 

LIPPARD, Daniel Brooks 

LITAKER, Margaret Eloise 

Second row: 

LITTLE, Effie Jeanne Wadesboro, N. C. 

LITTLE, Prescott, M., Jr. Alexandria, Va, 

LOGAN, Dennis Theodore Lancaster, Pa, 

LORD, Richard S., Jr. Oak Ridge, Tenn 

LOSEY, Cathy Hamilton 

LUDWIG, William Carl 

Third row: 

LUKSIS, William Joseph 

LUNDHOLM, Richard H 



Miami, Fla. 
Chillicothe, Ohio 



West Mifflen. Pa. 
Ridge, N. J. 



LUNSON, James Eugene, Jr. Arlington, Va. 



Clemmons, N. C. 
Charlotte, N. C. 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Miami Beach, Fla. 
Oak Ridge, Tenn. 

Needham, Mass. 

Lutherville, Md. 
Ho-Ho-Kus, N. J. 

Batesburg, S. C. 

Charlotte, N. C. 



LUSTIG, Carma Lee 

LYMBERIS, Sandi Jean 

LYNCH, Frances H. 

Fourth row: 

MacLEOD, Constance C. 

MacPHERSON, Ronni E. 

MAHLER, Louis Bruce 

MANGELS, Brooke N. 

MANNING, David H. 

MANNING, Donald Earl 

Fifth row: 

MANSHIP, John Calvin 

MARGULIES, Robert Elliot Pittsburgh, Pa. 

MARSHAK, Robert J. Williston Park, N. Y. 

MARTZ, David Joshua, Jr. Tacoma, Wash. 

MASON, J. Dwight RockviUe Centre, N. Y. 

MATTHEWS, Charlotte Anne Durham, N. C. 

Sixth row: 

MATTHEWS, Lawrence R. Mtn. Brook, Ala. 

MATTHIAS, Dennis Howard Norfolk, Va. 

MAY, Dennis Eugene Durham, N. C. 

MAY, Gary Lee Atlanta, Ga. 

MAY, Michael Dennis Ann Arbor, Mich. 

MAY, Randolph J. Wilmington, N. C. 

Seventh row: 

MAYNARD, James Barry Georgetown, S. C. 

McADAMS, Ann Elizabeth Raleigh, N. C. 

McCAMPBELL, Donna Jean Hickory, N. C. 

McCARTER, Pender Munro N. Miami, Fla. 

McCARTT, Mary Margaret Knoxville, Tenn. 

McClelland, Robt. j., Haddon Hgts., n. j. 

Eighth row: 

McCLURE, Charles Gettys Atlanta, Ga. 

McCORMICK, Nancy Campbell Stuart, Fla. 
McCOY, Anne A. Tulsa, Okla. 

McCRARY, William V., Jr. Asheville, N. C. 
McELYEA, David Edward Candler, N. C. 
McGLOTHLIN, Clinton Lee, Charleston, S. C. 
Ninth row: 

McGOUGH, Vincent E., Jr. Orlando, Fla. 
McGRANE, Margaret Winston-Salem, N. C. 
McHUGH, William R., Ill New Orleans, La. 
McKISSACK, Linda Joyce Carthage, Tex. 
McLAIN, Thomas E. Overland Park, Kans. 
McLAURIN, Mary Louise Bamberg, S. C. 
Tenth row : 

McNEELY, Mary Jane Kensington, Md. 

McROBERTS, Reed Houston, Tex. 

McSPADDEN, Jack D., Jr. Birmingham, Ala. 
MEDNICK, Andrea Beryl Lynbrook, N. Y. 
MEIER, George Ernest Durham, N. C. 

MELOLING, William Raynor, HuntsviUe, Ala. 




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MESSICK, Paul Saunders, Jr. Durham, N. C. 

METZGER, Kazie Corpus Christi, Tex. 



MEYER, Anne Stewart 
MEYER, Karen Sue 
MEYERS, Marjorie Winn 
MICHEL, Randall George 
Second row: 
MILBOURNE, Robert E., Jr. 



McLean, Va. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Winnetka, 111. 

Glendora, Calif. 

Columbus, 0. 



Tallahassee, Fla. 

Annandale, Va. 

Ligonier, Pa. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Houston, Tex. 



MILES, Duke 
MILEY, Alan Douglas 
MILLAR, David Bruce 
MILLER, Benjamin Neelv 
MILLER, Craig Stephen ' 
Third row: 

MILLER, Grady Miller Raleigh, N. C. 

MILLER. Randall C. Minneapolis, Minn. 

MILLER. Richard Sterrett Summit, N. J. 
MILLER. Robert A.. Fort Leavenworth. Kans. 
MILSPAW. Luther Emerson, Jr. Venetia, Pa. 
MININSOHN, Harvey W. Lakewood, N. J. 
Fourth row: 

MITCHELL. Carolvn Lee Charlotte, N. C. 
MITCHELL, Jeffrey Guy Wilmette, 111. 

MIZE. Anne Brownson Washington. D. C. 
MIZELL. Cathy L. Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. 

MONK, Marv Beth York. Pa. 

MONTGOMERY, Marilyn I. Glen Rock, N. J. 
Fifth rote. 



MOODY. Jane D. 

MOON. Alma Grady 

MOORE, Berkeley 

MOORE, Margaret E. 

MORETZ. Joseph Alfred. Ill 

MORRIS, Kelly Jon 

Sixth roiv: 

MORRISON. Pamela Gay Falls Church, Va. 

MOSER. Thomas Elmer, Jr. Eleanor, W. Va. 

MUMMA. Robert M.. Jr. Wormlesburg. Pa. 



Charlotte, N. C. 

Rome, N. Y. 

New Castle, Pa. 

Sands Pt., L. I.. N. Y. 

Hickory. N. C. 

Beltsviile, Md. 



Atlanta. Ga. 

TitusviUe, N. J. 

Portugal 

Camp Hill, Pa. 
Camp Hill, Pa. 
Easton. Conn. 
Dobbs Ferry. N. Y. 
Rosemont, Pa. 
Elmhurst, 111. 



MURPHY, Claire L. 

MURPHY. Linda Lee 

MURPHY. Robert Paul 

Seventh row: 

MUSSER. Kathleen M. 

MYERS. Eric Robert 

MYERS. Gail Alison 

NATHANSON, H. G. 

NAULTY, Stephen John 

NELLIS, James 

Eighth row: 

NELSON, Hugh Thomas Jacksonville, Fla. 

NELSON, Meredith Ann Milwaukee, Wis. 

NELSON, William Edward Beaufort, S. C. 

NELSON. William H., Jr. St. Albans. W. Va. 

NESS, Dale Sorlie 

NEWLIN, Ann Elizabeth 

Ninth row: 

NOE. Bruce Douglas 

NOLTING. Sara F. 

NORRIS, Edwin Lloyd 

NORTON, Carolyn Ruth 

O'BRIEN. Judith Ellen 

O'BRYON, Tom W., Jr. 

Tenth row: 

OLSON, John William 

ORMSBY, Gwynne L. 

OSTER, Svea Sarah 

OWENS, Roselyne Yvonne 

PACKARD, Michael D. 

PADGETTE, Robert Lewis 



Falls Church, Va. 
Liberty, N. C. 

Ada. Ohio 

Gainesville, Fla. 

Columbus, Ohio 

Greenwich, Conn. 

Newport, R. I. 

Chevy Chase, Md. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Chesapeake, Va. 

Sarasota, Fla. 

Kinston, N. C. 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Atlanta, Ga. 



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First row: 

PAGE, Mary Michael 
PAGE, Nancy Bowen 
PAINTER, George Lee 
PALMER, Carol Lynn 
PALMER, Patricia Lee 
PALMER, Thomas Edwin 



Tulsa, Okla. 

Kinston, N. C. 

Woodbridge, N. J. 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Berwyn, Pa. 

Durham, N. C. 



Second row: 

PANNILL, Linda Susanne Catansville, Md. 

PARK, Jeffrey Joseph Whitefish Bay, Wis. 

PARK, Meredith Thomas Charlotte, N. C. 

PARKER, Pamela Ann Atlanta, Ga. 

PARMESANO. Philip Martin Elkins, W. Va. 

PARRISH, Richard Wayne Richmond, Va. 

Third row: 

PARTNEY. Patricia Ann Miami, Fla. 

PARTRIDGE. Christine E.. Los Angeles, Calif. 

PATTERSON. Patrice Elaine Durham. N. C. 

PATTERSON, Sarah E. Alexandria, Va. 

PATTON, George Allen, Jr. Nashville, Tenn. 

PATTON, William Joseph, Jacksonville, N. C. 

Fourth row: 

PEARCE. Karen Mavia Memphis, Tenn. 

PEARLMAN, Michael A. Silver Spring, Md. 

PENDERGRAST, William J., Jr. Atlanta, Ga. 

PENFIELD, Susan Bourne E. Setauket, N. Y. 

PETERLIN, Boris Matija Durham, N. C. 

PETERSEN, Marsha Carolyn Avon, Conn. 

Fifth row: 

PETROSINO, Maryanne E. 

PETTES, Sara Miles 

PETTY. Lee Davis, Jr. 

PFEIFFER, Margaret Elyse 

PHARES, Robert Charles Oak Ridge, Tenn. 

PHILLIPS, William Bruce Setauket, N. Y. 

Sixth roiv: 

PICKARD. Ann 

PICKARD, Tempa 

PIERCE, Ray Vaughan, III 

PIERCY. Elizabeth Day 

PIPER, Pat E. 

PITTMAN, D. Kenneth, Jr. 

Seventh rotv: 

PITTS, Rodney Creamer 

PLACE. Stephen Richard Bay Village, Ohio 

PLAMONDON. Paula Santa Barbara, Calif. 

PLANT. Margaret Ann Ann Arbor, Mich. 

POE, Donald Bryce 

POE, Susan Faye 

Eighth row: 

PORTER. Margaret Ann 

PORTO, James Vincent, Jr. 

POSEY, Susan Patricia 

POUSNER, Michael Morris 

POWELL, Deborah Leigh 



Durham, N. C. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Baltimore, Md. 



Charlotte, N. C. 

Kennett, Mo. 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Lock Haven, Pa. 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Charlotte, N. C. 



Springfield, Va. 
Durham, N. C. 

Falls Church, Va. 

Florence, S. C. 

Asheville, N. C. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Haverford, Pa. 
PRALL, Robin Louise Merion Station, Pa. 
Ninth roiv: 

PREISMAN, Wayne Arnold Arlington, Va. 
PRESTON, Lois Elaine Columbus, Ohio 

PRIBYL, Richard Edward Metuchen, N. J. 
PRICE, Christina Louise Arlington, Va. 

PRIMMERMAN, Charles A. Bedford, Mass. 
PRINCE, Chesley Hammond, Lutherville, Md. 
Tenth row: 

PRINGLE, Margaret G. Charleston, S. C. 

PROCHASKA, Stephanie, W. Hartford, Conn. 
PRODGERS, Toby B. Bad Godesberg, Ger. 
PROSSER, Peterman Ridge, Baton Rouge, La. 
RAMSEY, Gaylon E. Pease A.F.B., N. H. 
RAMSEY, Julian Little Atlanta, Ga. 












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RANDECKER, Carolyn Ann, Knoxville, Tenn. 
RANDOLPH, Dolores A. High Shoals, N. C. 
RANKIN, Louise BeU Belmont, N. C. 

RAY. James C. Ashburn, Ga. 

REDMOND, John Andrew Greenville, S. C. 
REED, Barbara P. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Second row: 

REED, James Stewart, Jr. Lansdowne, Pa. 
REED, Joseph William Washington, D. C. 
REICH, Charles Frank Naugatuck, Conn. 
REICHLEY, Nancy M. Washington, D. C. 

REID, Caroline Baskin Wilmington, Del. 
REIFSNYDER, R. W., Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 

Third row: 

RHETT, Nancy Ann College Park, Ga. 

RICHARDS. Lillian C. Springfield, Va. 

RICHARDSON, Geraldine Miami, Fla. 

RICHARDSON, John T. ThomasviUe, N. C. 

RIESENFELD, Robert John Oradell, N. J. 

RIGGS, David Alan Auburn, N. Y. 

Fourth row: 

RINGWALD. Barbara Lee Gary, N. C. 

BOBBINS, John Coe High Point, N. C. 

BOBBINS, Rosahnd Jo N. Springfield^ Va. 

ROBERSON. Sam E. 

ROBERTS, Ann 

ROBERTS, Bruce Allen 

Fifth row: 

ROBERTS, Carole Ann 

ROBERTS, David M. 

ROBERTS, Lucy Anne 

ROBERTS. Michael A., Jr. 

ROBERTS. Pamela 

ROBERTSON, Dan Greer 



Maryville, Tenn. 
Wilmington, Del. 
Lake View, N. Y. 

Forest City, N. C. 

Mechanicsburg, Pa. 

Richmond, Va. 

Ramsey, N. J. 

Tenafly, N. J. 

Salem, Va. 

Sixth roiv: 

ROBERTSON, Jane Gwyn Orange, Va. 
ROBINSON, George Michael Sedalia, Mo. 

ROBINSON, Jennie Neel Savannah, Ga. 

ROCHE. Kerry John Hollywood. Fla. 

ROGERS, Joe Mark Gary, N. C. 

ROGERS, Paul Hamilton Hartsville, S. C. 
Seventh row: 

ROLLINS. Vinton Lee Morganton, N. C. 

ROOT, Mark Woodson Jacksonville, Fla. 

ROSE, Patricia Shreve Falls Church, Va. 

ROSENTHAL, Robert M. Baton Rouge, La. 
ROSER, R. H., Jr. Massapequa Park, N. Y. 

ROSS, Marion Lue Durham, N. C. 

Eighth roiv: 

ROTELLA. Peter A. Huntington Sta., N. Y. 
ROTH, Joanne Silver Spring, Md. 

ROTH. Robert Andrew Wilmington, Del. 
RUDBERG, Joe Arthur Dallas, Tex. 

Rl DIN, Welda Ruth Durham, N. C. 

RUIS, Ronald Harold, II Orlando, Fla. 

Ninth row: 

RUNNING. Robert E. Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 
RUTHERFORD. Kenneth Alan Tupelo, Miss. 
RYDER, Timothy White Summit, N. J. 

SAID, Grace Helen Beirut, Lebanon 

SAKS, Jerome Harold Beckley, W. Va. 

SALSBURY, Stuart Marshall Bahimore, Md. 

Tenth roiv: 

SALTER, M. L., Jr. Huntington Sta., N. Y. 
SAMSON, Willis Kendrick Syracuse, N. Y. 
SANDERSON, Timothy A. Newport, R. I. 
SANDS, Blase Dale Arlington, Va. 

SAPP, Janet Marilyn Maplewood, N. J. 

SAPP, Stephen James Asheville, N. C. 



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Columbus, Ga. 

Newport News, Va. 
Metuchen, N. J. 



First row: 

SCHECHTER, Arnold Morris Kinston, N. C. 

SCHERF, Chrisman G. Forest Hills, N. Y. 

SCHINNERER, Sandra J. Washington, D. C. 

SCHODDE, Joseph Albert, Santa Rosa, Calif. 

SCHOENFELD, Brian Lawrence, Norfolk, Va. 

SCHOUDT, Russell Lawrence, Alexandria, Va. 

Second row: 

SCHRODER, Gretchen Wood Racine, Wise. 

SCHWEIGER, Don Albert Portsmouth, Va. 

SCOTT, Beth Rollings Rock Hill, S. C. 

SCOTT, Elizabeth Shippen Tate Athens, Ga. 

SCOTT, Richard L. Louisville, Ky. 

SCOTT, Susan Weston, Conn. 

Third row: 

SCREWS, Peggy Marie 

SCULL, John Corson 

SEIDEL, Robert K. 

SELLERS, Harvey James, HI LaVale, Md 

SEVERSON, Gerald R. Brookfield, Wis 

SHACKFORD, Virginia P. Okla. City, Okla. 

Fourth row: 

SHAHAN. Michael E. Palm Harbor, Fla. 

SHAND, Beth Kirkwood, Mo. 

SHAPINS, Frank Donald Vero Beach, Fla. 

SHAROFF, Barry Lee Denver, Colo. 

SHEPARD, Virginia E. Massapequa, N. Y. 

SHEPPARD, Margaret Ann CatonsviUe, Md. 

Fifth row: 

SHERRARD, Marcia J. Woodbridge, N. J. 

SHIRLEY, Susan 0. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

SHIVES, Fletcher Groce Greenville, S. C. 

SHURCLIFF, Frances M. Tullahoma, Tenn. 

SHURENSTEIN, Stuart Alan Roslyn, N. Y. 

SIKORA, Robert Francis Great Neck, N. Y. 

Sixth row: 

SILVERMAN, Frederick I. Miami, Fla. 

SIMON, Steven Edward New London, Conn. 

SIMONS, William John Wilson, N. C. 

SINGLETON, Sandy Louise Lancaster, Pa. 

SIZEMORE, Trip High Point, N. C. 

SLADE, William Samual Baxley, Ga. 

Seventh roiv: 

SLIVINSKE, Dale A. Scotch Plains, N. J. 

SMALL, Mary Buchanan Glade Spring, Va. 

SMILARI, Lauren ^ - - - 

SMITH, Darland Conrad 

SMITH, Dinah Yates 

SMITH, Gregory Lynn 

Eighth row: 

SMITH, Jacquelin Lucy Fisk, Haymarket, Va. 

SMITH, John Howard Delray Beach, Fla. 

SMITH, Kingston Earl 

SMITH, Lindi Kay 



Ridgewood, N. J. 

Jackson, Miss. 

Kahuku, Hawaii 

Jacobus, Pa. 



SMITH, Ralph Wilson 
SMITH, Sharon Alice 
Ninth row: 
SMITH, Wendy Jean 
SMITHERS, John Early 
SMYTHERS, Alex Jackson 
SNEAD, Philip Trout 
SNEERINGER, W. J., IV 



Poquoson, Va. 
Springfield, Va. 
Dallas, Tex. 
SomerviUe, N. J. 



Gainesville, Ga. 
Alexandria, Va. 

Warsaw, N. Y. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Annapolis, Md. 



SNIDOW, Anne W. Spartanburg, S. C. 

Tenth row: 

SNOTHERLY, Jane Dixon High Point, N. C. 
SNOW, Rodney Wayne Spray, N. C. 

SNYDER, William Gordon Oradell, N. J. 
SPIEGEL, Mark A. Beverly Hills, Calif. 

STACKHOUSE, D. E. N. Plainfield, N. J. 
STADIEM, Hyman Kinston, N. C. 




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Winnetka, 111. 

Kernersville, N. C. 

Fort Bragg, N. C. 

Lancaster, Pa. 

Beckley, W. Va. 

Rye, N. Y. 



East Orange, N. J. 
Pensacola, Fla. 
Durham, N. C. 

Middletown, Ohio 
Carlisle, Pa. 



First roiv: 

STANFORD, Ann Leslie 

STANLEY, Ronald Jay 

STANLEY, Sharon Lea 

STARK, Steven Zachary 

ST. CLAIR, M. Diane 

STECKMEST, Thomas Lee 

Second row: 

STETLER, Peter M. Fayetteville, N. Y. 

STEVENS, Pierre Vandale Canonsburg, Pa. 

STEWART, Frances Linda Drexel Hill, Pa. 

STEWART, Samuel Keatly Plymouth, Mass. 

STOESSEL. Doris Anne Burbank, Calif. 

STOKES, Joseph Powell, Hendersonville, N. C. 

Third row: 

STOKES, Paul Mason Miami Springs, Fla. 

STOLER. Stanley North Bellmore, N. Y. 

STONEY, James Richard Warrenton, N. C. 

STROHL, Daniel S. 

STRONG, Marcia Jean 

STUART, William Kelly 

Fourth row: 

STUBBS. Constance Lynn 

STUBBS, Gary Winterson 

SULLIVAN, Edward Joseph Irvington, N. J. 

SULLIVAN, Virginia Ellen Towson, Md. 

SUMMERS. Robert T. Johnson City, Tenn. 

SUMMERS, Linnea Ann Chevy Chase, Md. 

Fifth row : 

SUSSMAN, William C. 

SWAN, Nancie Kaye 

SWANSON, Karen J. 

SWEET. Charles Vann 

TAFT. Thomas Fleming 

TARASUK, William E. 

Sixth row : 

TAURMAN. John David Dayton, Ohio 

TAYLOR. William Roy, Jr. South Hill, Va. 
THOMAS. Wilbur Wells, III Bethesda, Md. 
THOMPSON. John Gill CenterviUe, Tenn. 

THORNTON, Robert B. Goldsboro, N. C. 
TIBONE, James E. Rockville Centre, N. Y. 

Seventh row: 

TIMMERMAN. William B. Charlotte, N. C. 
TOBIAS, Carl William Petersburg, Va. 

TOPPING, Joseph C, Jr. Plymouth, N. C. 
TOWNSEND, John S. Chambersburg, Pa. 
TRADER. Ronald Gibson. East Aurora, N. Y. 
TRAVELSTEAD, Malcolm P. Baltimore, Md. 

Eighth rotv: 

TREMLETT, Robert S. Greenville, Tenn. 

TRIA. John J., Jr. Kings Mountain, N. C. 

TRIBLEY, Nancy Jeanette Greenville, N. C. 

TRUAX, Allan Bradley Berwick, Pa. 

TSCHAN, Donald N., Jr. Wynnewood, Pa. 

TUKE, Thomas Geoffrey 

Ninth row: 

TURNBULL, Donald H. 

TURNER, Ann Rosamond 

TURNER, Carlan 

TURNER, Carmen I. 

TYLER, Joan Frances 

TYLKA, Leonard Charles 

Tenth row: 

UDDSTROM, Kristi Blair Pittsburgh, Pa. 
UPMEYER, Neil Albert Clearwater, Fla. 
VANDE WATER, William J. Staunton, Va. 
VAN DUSEN. Richard Abbott, Bethesda. Md. 
VAN METER, Anne Jarleth, Manhasset, N. Y, 
VAUGHAN, Sarah Dee Greensboro, N. C. 



Coral Gables, Fla. 

Hampton, Va. 

Snyder, N. Y. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Greenville, N. C. 

Bridgeport, Conn. 



Rochester, N. Y. 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Tulsa, Okla. 

Durham, N. C. 

Newark, Del. 

Hampton, Va. 

Fords, N. J. 



380 



First roiv: 

VEATCH, Jesse W., Ill 

VENTO, Vera C. 

VICKERS, Ron 

VINCENT, Dale L. 

VIRGIN, Edward W. 

VIVIAN, Sandra 

Second row: 

WADDELL. Mark C. 

WADE, Ruth E. 

WADSWORTH, Mary 

WALDMAN, Robert James 

WALDO. James R. 

WALKER, Emily E. 

Third row: 

WALKER, Roscoe, III 

WALKER, Susan Elise 

WALL. Doris C. 

WALLACE. William 0. 

WALTON. Carolee Ann 

WARD, Douglas Alan 

Fourth row: 

WARDLE, Joann 

WARE. Christine L. 

WARLICK. Paul W., Jr 

WARNER. James Root, Jr, FayetteviUe, N. C 

WARREN. Richard Paul Charlotte. N. C. 

WASSERMAN, Mark Marblehead, Mass. 

Fifth row: 

WATERFIELD, Wilham C. 

WATSON, Thomas R. 

WAUGH, Marilyn 

WEAVER, Marguerite 

WEBB, Patricia Irene 

WEBB, William C, Jr. 

Sixth row: 

WEIKERT, Suzanne 

WELLER, Worth H. 

WELLMAN, David K. 

WELLS, Carl F. 

WELLS, James H. 

WEST, Helen M. 

Seventh row: 

WHALIN. David M. 

WHETSTONE, Carol Jean 

WHITE, Charles D. 

WHITE, Frank Alan 

WHITEHEAD, J. F., Ill Washington, D. C. 

WHITELAW, Robert S., Jr. Decatur, Ga. 

Eighth row: 

WHITNEY, Richard K. Mansfield, Ohio 

WICKERSHAM, J. R. Managua, Nicaragua 

WILCOX, Peggy Lee Chatham, N. J. 

WILKERSON, Jack C, Jr. Shreveport, La. 

WILKERSON, Richard N., Parris Island, S. C. 

WILLARD, Jim A. Louisville, Ky. 

Ninth row: 

WILLIAMS, Charles B., Jr.. Jacksonville, Fla. 

WILLIAMS, Charlie D. Munfordville, Ky. 

WILLIAMS, Keith C. Mexico, D. F., Mexico 

WILLIAMS, Peggy Ann Falls Church, Va. 

WILLIAMS, Wendy M. New Vernon, N. J. 

WILLIS, Helen E. Hickory, N. C. 

Tenth row: 

WILLIS, John K., II 

WILSON, Anne F. 

WILSON, David B. 

WILSON, Elizabeth Anne 

WILSON, James C. 

WILSON, Jeffrey W. 



Atlanta, Ga. 

Trenton, N. J. 

Ft. Worth, Tex. 

Arlington, Va. 

Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. 

Washington, D. C. 

Denver, Colo. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Durham, N. C. 

Elmont, N. Y. 

Shawnee, Okla. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Englewood, Colo. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Durham, N. C. 

Washington, N. C. 

Princeton, N. J. 

Westlake, Ohio 

Wilmington, Del. 
Short Hills, N. J. 
Asheville, N. C. 



Oreland. Pa. 

Wilson, N. C. 

Westbury, N. Y. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Mount Airy, N. C. 

Dallas, Tex. 

Mansfield, Ohio 

Coral Gables, Fla. 

Huntington, W. Va. 

Brandon, Fla. 

Huntsville, Ala. 

Suffolk, Va. 

Richmond, Ky. 

Haberstown, Md. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Avon, Conn. 





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Tallahassee, Fla. 

Mayfield, Ky. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Gainesville, Fla. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 



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WINTERS, Paul Regan 
WITHERS, Alan William 
WOLF, Mary Julia 
WOLF, Robert Grant 



Raleigh, N. C. 

Miami, Fla. 

Irving, Tex. 

Hagerstown, Md. 

Drexel Hill, Pa. 



WOLFE, John F. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Second row: 

WOLFE. Karl F. M. Jackson, Miss. 

WOLLAEGER, D. P. Southern Pines, N. C. 
WONNACOTT, William C., Thornwood, N. Y. 
WOOD, Carol Anne Cherry Hill, N. J. 

WOOD, Thomas K. Daytona Beach, Fla. 

WOODRUFF, Sharon Elise Lanham, Md. 
Third roiv: 

WOODWARD, Everett W. Durham, N. C. 
WORK, Jack Atlanta, Ga. 

WORTHINGTON, John W. Canton, Ohio 

WRIGHT, Archie T., HI Bethesda, Md. 

WRIGHT, Glenn Patton Charlotte, N. C. 

WUEHRMANN, David Bruce, Chatham, N. J. 
Fourth row: 
WUNSCH, James S. 
WYATT, Alton Edward 
WYLIE. John Colligan 
YACKER, Martin S. 



YOUNG, David R. 
YOUNG, Henry N. 
Fifth row: 
YOUNG, James A. 
YOUNGER. Mary M. 
ZELLER, Margaret S. 
ZIRKLE, Alfred T. 



Traverse City, Mich. 
Goldsboro, N. C. 
Winsted, Conn. 
Linden, N. J. 
W. Lafayette, Ind. 
Princeton, N. J. 



Auburn, Ala. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Hazlehurst, Miss. 

Warwick, R. I. 



ZODDA, Alfred T., Jr., Woodbury, L. I., N. Y. 






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TRINITY COLLEGE: President, Stephen Gross; Treasurer, 
George Olson: Vice-President, Mark Pinsky. Not pictured: 
Secretary, Haywood Harrell. 




WOMAN'S COLLEGE: Program Chairman, Bonlyn Agan; 
Treasurer, Patricia Connell; Vice-President, Nancy Card- 
well: Secretary, Bonnie Boehni; President, Tracy Whittaker. 




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SCHOOL OF NURSING: President, Lindsay Keane; Vice- 
President, Karen Gallagher: Treasurer, Carol McWilliams; 
Secretary, Ida Walker. 



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Class ai 1969 




COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING: Secretary-Treasurer, Wil- 
liam Miller: President, James Dover. 



384 



First row ; 

ABSHIRE, Nancy S., Palos Verdes Pen., Calif. 

ADAMS, Mary Eleanor Arlington, Va. 

AGAN, Bonlyn Elizabeth Topeka, Kan. 

AHRENS, Kenneth George Chatham, N. J. 

AIKENS, Nancy Wayne, Pa. 

ALBRIGHT, Robert P. Greensboro, N. C. 

Second row: 

ALEXANDER. Randolph J. Brevard, N. C. 

ALGER, Terri Ann Avon, Mass. 

ALLRED, Linda Jeanne, Southern Pines, N. C. 

ALTERMAN, John Stephen Selinsgrove, Pa. 

ANDERSON, Augustus S., Jr. Raleigh, N. C. 

ANDERSON, Carol May Durham, N. C. 

Third row: 

ANDERSON, David Leif, St. Petersburg, Fla. 

ANDERSON, H. Russell Rocky River, Ohio 

ANDREWS. Andrea R. Falls Church, Va. 

ANDREWS, Karen Lee Mt. Gilead, N. C 

ANSON, Ronald Preston 

APPLER, Charles Imlay 

Fourth row: 

ARNOLD, William McCauley Waco, Tex. 

ASH. John Frederick Wilmette, 111. 

ASHCRAFT, Jane Ellen Berlin, Germany 

AUSTIN, Emily H. Atlanta, Ga. 

AVERY, Sally J. Port Washington, N. Y. 

AYCOCK, Anthony Wade Lexington, N. C. 

Fifth row: 

AYCOCK, Thomas Judson Mobile, Ala. 

BACON, Carol Otis LakeviUe, Conn. 

BADENHOOP. Judith Evelyn, Ft. Myers, Fla. 

BADGER, Barbara B. River Forest, 111. 

BAGES, Marcia Lynn Hollywood, Fla. 

BAILEY, David Jackson Griffin, Ga. 

Sixth row: 

BAILEY, Robert Wayne 

BALLOWE, William R. 

BALOG, Michael Charles 

BARKER, Melinda Dean 

BARNES, Susan Jane 



Sarasota, Fla. 
Fairfax, Va. 



Woodleaf, N. C. 

Arlington, Va. 

Burlington, N. C. 

Chicago, 111. 

Athens, Ga. 



Richmond, Va. 
Petersburg, Va. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 
Springfield, Mo. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Frostburg, Md. 

Towson, Md. 

Annapolis, Md. 

Summit, N. J. 



BARNHARDT. R. T. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Seventh row: 

BARNHART. William G., Clarks Summit, Pa. 

BARTHOLOMEES, J. B. Fort Bragg, N. C. 

BARTON, Samuel Letcher " '" 

BASSMAN, Mitchell Jay 

BATE. Richard C, Jr. 

BATES, Guy Phillip 

Eighth row: 

BATSON, Sue Dean 

BAUCOM, Thomas Lynn 

BAUER, Robert Gary 

BAYLY. Bryce Mardon 

BAYNE, Dwight Meyer 

BEAIRD, Marjorie Adams Shreveporl, La. 

Ninth row: 

BEASLEY, William Lee, III Tarboro, N. C. 

BECKETT. Thomas H. Brightwaters, N. Y. 

BEKAERT, Marjorie Dew, Wilmington, N. C. 

BELL, Dan William San Antonio, Tex. 

BELLMAN, Allan Edward Chillum, Md. 

BENINATI, Francis Anthony 

Tenth row : 

BENNETT, Ronald Herbert 

BENTON, Betty Lynn Winston-Salem, N. C. 

BERG, Constance Louise Watchung, N. J. 

BERGERUN, Russell J. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

BERMAN, Gordon Edward Bethesda, Md. 

BERNS, Donald Frank Indianapolis, Ind. 



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BEST, Philip Moorhouse 

BEYER, Alexander Webb, 

BIG, Neil Allen 

BILLINGS, Ann-Howe 

BINDER, Bert Eliot 

BINNS, Patricia 

Second row: 

BIRKNESS, Kristin Ann 

BISGARD, Kathryn Ann 

BISHOPRIC, Robert L. 

BISSELL, Susan Helen 

BITTNER, Beverly Anne 

BLACK, Linda Lee 

Third roiv: 

BLACKMORE, Alice C, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

BLACKMORE, Charl. A. Spartanburg, S. C. 

BLACKWELL. Tuppence Falls Church, Va. 

BLAKE, Patrick Barden 

BLANTON. Judy W. 



Towson, Md. 

White Plains, N. Y. 

Fort Bragg, N. C. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Lawrence, Mass. 

Arlington, Va. 

Flossmoor, 111. 

Des Plaines, 111. 

Coral Gables, Fla. 

Alexandria, Va. 

Chatham, N. J. 

Tulsa, Okla. 



BLEVINS, Patricia E. 
Fourth row: 
BLUE, Neill James 



Colt's Neck, N. J. 
Charlottesville, Va. 
Spruce Pine, N. C. 



Red Springs, N. C. 



BOAZ, Wayne Michael, San Juan. Puerto Rico 
BOEHM, Bonnie Leigh Camp Hill, Pa. 

BOGARD, Rebecca Lou Pittsburgh, Pa. 

BONAVITA, John Anthony. Union City, N. J. 
BONNEY, Sharon L. Ft. WaUon Beach, Fla. 
Fijth row: 

BOOTH, Robert H., Jr. Gibson Island, Md. 
BORASKY, Michael R. Silver Spring, Md. 
BORDEAUX, Iris Daye Ingold, N. C. 

BORDERS, Frances Joyce Greenville, S. C. 
BOSWELL, Louis K. Cleveland Heights, 0. 
BOWCOTT, Gregory John St. Louis, Mo. 
Sixth row: 

BOWERS, Deborah Lane Gainesville, Fla. 
BOWERS. Elizabeth Joy Los Altos, Calif. 
BOYARSKY, Myer William Durham, N. C. 
BOYD. Richard Coleman, WilliamsviUe, N. Y. 
BOZARD. Fred Henry St. Augustine, Fla. 
BRADLEY. Walter S. Hagerstown, Md. 

Seventh row: 

BRAGG, Alfred Orman, III Columbus, Ga. 
BRANCH, Betty Copperhill, Tenn. 

BRANSE, Mark Kevin Wheaton, Md. 

BRASHER, John Lawrence Westwood, N. J. 
BRECHT, Susan M. APO New York, N. Y. 
BRENNAN, Judith Marie, W. Caldwell, N. J. 
Eighth roiv: 

BRENT. Robert Stephen Barrington, R. I. 
BRESSMAN, Barbara Ann Tully, N. Y. 

BREWER, Nancy Arlington, Va. 

BRIDGERS, Barrie Lewis Columbia, S. C. 
BRITTON. Charles V. Kingsport, Tenn. 

BROHARD, Thomas W., Ill 

Cornwall-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

Ninth row: 

BROMFIELD, Wayne Allan Lewisburg, Pa. 
BROMSTEAD, Brian Eugene Waukegan, III 
BROOKS, John Martin Danbury, Conn. 

BROOKS, Stephen Charles Richmond, Va. 
BROOKS, Suzanne B. Glastonbury, Conn. 
BROWN, Helen Katherine Mt. Ulla, N. C. 
Tenth row: 

BROWN, Jack Gaught Ft. Mitchell, Ky. 

BROWN, Joy Anne Atlantic Highlands, N. J. 
BROWN, Pamela New Canaan, Conn. 

BROWN, Paul Dean Plainfield, N. J. 

BROWN, Susan Elizabeth Darien, Conn. 

BROWNELL, Mary E. Falls Church, Va. 

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Reidsville, N. C. 
Annandale, Va. 



First row: 

BRYAN, Yvonne Marie Durham, N. C. 

BUCHHOLZ, W. A. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

BUCK, Peter Coleman Kinston, N. C. 

BUERGER, Barbara Clare Chappaqua, N. Y. 
BUNCE, Katherine C. Bernardsville, N. J. 

BURGESS, Rebecca H., Black Mountain, N. C. 

Second row: 

BURKEY, David Franklin Hamburg, Pa. 

BURWELL. Henrietta K., U. S. N. Sta., N. Y. 

BUTLER, Jean M. Westfield, N. J. 

BUTLER, William M. Elizabethtown, N. C. 

BUTTERFIELD, Nicholas A. Bethlehem, Pa. 

BUTTS, Bertie Nelson Closter, N. J. 

Third row: 

BYERS, Deirdre Gillin Providence, R. L 

BYRNE, George Warren Christian, Miss. 

CADWALLADER, R. T., Jr. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

CAHILL, Howard John Winchester, Va. 

CAHILL, James David, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. 

CALENDER, Kenneth Elwood Miami, Fla. 

Fourth row: 

CALL, John Leo Moorestown, N. J. 

CALVIN, Richard Thomas Hollywood, Fla. 

CAMP, Gail Burke, Va. 

CAPLAN, Marc M. Raleigh, N. C. 

CAPLIN, Lee Evan Washington, D. C. 

CARDER, Carolyn Elizabeth St. Louis, Mo. 

Fifth row: 

CARDWELL, Nancy Lee New York, N. Y. 

CARMICHAEL, Mary Linda, Nashville, Tenn. 

CARPENTER, Kenneth Gene Decatur, Ga. 

CARTER, Charles Samuel Salisbury, N. C. 

CARTER, Stanley Ray 

GARY, Janice Kathryn 

Sixth row: 

GATES, Jonathan H. Prairie Village, Kan. 

CAVENY, John C, Jr., Kings Mountain, N. C. 

CHANDLER, Donald P. Falls Church, Va. 

CHAPIN, Walter Tribble Memphis, Tenn. 

CHAPMAN, Julie Boyle Tarrytown, N. Y. 

CHAPMAN, R. L., HI St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Seventh row: 

CHASE, Linda Jean Bethlehem, Pa. 

CHECKET, Marshall Stuart Baltimore, Md. 

CHEWNING, Charles C, Jr. Richmond, Va. 

CHOCKLEY, Nancy Dale Lakewood, Ohio 

CHOTAS, Elias Nicholas Gainesville, Fla. 

CHRISMAN, Calvin Locke Charlotte, N. C. 

Eighth row: 

CHRISTY, Genevieve New Orleans, La. 

CHUNN, Clorinda Tampa, Fla. 

CLAIBORNE, Claudius Barrett, Danville, Va. 

CLARK, Carolyn Johnston, Westminster, Md. 

CLARK, Charles Branch Merritt Island, Fla. 

CLARK, Henry Lee Chevy Chase, Md. 

Ninth row: 

CLARK, Patricia Lee Abington, Pa. 

CLARK, Theodosia Dargan, Madison, N. Y. 

CLARK, Tommy C. Barbourville, Ky. 

CLARKE, Stuart Henry Houston, Tex. 

CLAWSON, Tad Robert 

CLAY, Dwight Allen 

Tenth row: 

CLIFTON, Guy Del 

CLINTON, Howard Leslie, Jr. 

CLOTFELTER, Charles T. 

COBB, Linda Jean 

COBLE, Anna Bess Tallahassee, Fla. 

COCKBURN, Nesbitt E., Jr. Scarsdale, N. Y. 



Mendham, N. J. 
Durham, N. C. 



Bethesda, Md. 

Clover, S. C. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Detroit, Mich. 







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Pleasantville, N. Y. 

Bay Village, Ohio 

State College, Pa. 

New Orleans, La. 

Newark, Del. 

Alexandria, Va. 



First row: 

CODY, Carolyn Atlanta, Ga. 

COE, Katherine Bette Ridgefield, Conn. 

COHEN, Donna Lee Fallston, Md. 

COLBRUNN, Charles Robert, Roseburg, Ore. 

COLBURN, Barbara Ann Helmuth, N. Y. 

COLE, Richard Scott Toledo, Ohio 

Second roiv: 

COMAN, James H., Ill Hillsborough, N. C. 

CONAWAY, Stephan W. Cardington, Ohio 

CONANT, Marsha Norris Wilmington, Del. 

CONKER. Robert S. S. Charleston, W. Va. 

CONN, John Miller Summit, N. J. 

CONNELL, Patricia K. Wilmington, Del. 

Third row: 

CONNER, Elaine Louise 

COOGAN, John William 

COOK, Darby Lee 

COOK, Franklin Rhodes 

COOK, Larry Fletcher 

COOKE, Bruce Edward 

Fourth row: 

COOKE. Cindy Lou 

COOKSEY, Benjamin H., Clarksburg, W. Va. 

COONS, John Brady Columbus, Miss. 

COOPER. Barbara Durham, N. C. 

COOPER, Dennis Bowman, Washington, D. C. 

COPELAND, Howard C. Charlotte, N. C. 

Fifth row: 

COPELAND, Judith C. Wake Forest, N. C. 

COPENHAVER, William A. Charlotte, N. C. 

COPPENHAVER, Dorian, Winter Park, Fla. 

COREY. George Nassif Charleston, W. Va. 

CORNWELL, Elizabeth L. Chapel Hill, N. C. 

COUCH, Paul Lee Goldsboro, N. C. 

Sixth row: 

COWDEN, H. Lowell Rochester, N. Y. 

COX, Grover Cleveland Los Altos, Calif. 

COZART, Sally Wray Fuquay-Varina, N. C. 

COZZENS, William Axford Dallas, Tex. 

CRAFT, Alice May Chevy Chase, Md. 

CRAIG, Frank S. Baton Rouge, La. 

Seventh row: 

CRANE, Katherine Alyce White Plains, N. Y. 

CRAWFORD, John Carr Billings, Mont. 

CRAWLEY, Patricia Lynn Montclair, N. J. 

CREAMER. Robert Boggs Shreveport, La. 

CROMMELIN, Kathryn S. Rocky River, 0. 

GROOM, William Penn, Jr. Lynchburg, Va. 

Eighth roiv: 

CROSS, Ronald Lloyd 

CROSSON, Virginia S 

CROUCH, Gary Dan 

CROWDER, Janice L. 

CROWDER, Richard F. 

CROWELL, J. S., Jr 



Richmond, Ind. 

Summit, N. J. 

Tipton, Ind. 

Washington, D. C. 

Mechanicsville, Va. 

Shaker Heights, Ohio 



Ninth rotv: 
CULVER, John Pierce 
CUNNING. Kathy G. 
CURRIE, Mary C. 
CURTIS, Judith May 
DAANE, Robert Berry 
DALE. John, IV 



Atlanta, Ga. 

Boca Grande, Fla. 

West Hartford, Conn. 

Greenwood, S. C. 

Shaker Heights, Ohio 

Vidalia, La. 



Tenth roiv: 

DAME, Dianne Elizabeth San Diego, Calif. 
DAME, Suzanne Patricia San Diego, Calif. 
DAMERON, Charles F., Jr. Dallas, Tex. 

DANIEL. David Oscar Durham, N. C. 

DANIELSON, Margaret J., Greenwich, Conn. 
DARR, Judy Ann Springdale, Conn. 



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First tow: 

DAVIS, Jeffrey Washburn Syosset, N. Y. 
DAVIS, Virginia Anne Jacksonville, N. C. 
DAVIS, Wesley Smith, Jr. Camp Hill, Pa. 
DAY, Marianne L. Elmhurst, III. 

DECARLO, Alan N. White Plains, N. Y. 

DELLERSON, Michael Hollywood, Fla. 

Second row: 

DEMIK, Harry Edward Charlotte, N. C. 

DENNINGTON, John Henry Arlington, Va. 
DEPUEY, E. Gordon Rockville, Md. 

DERMON, John Alan Memphis, Tenn. 

DERRYBERRY, Jack W., Jr., Nashville, Tenn. 
DETURK, William Ernest Durham, N. C. 

Third row: 

DEVEREUX, Sean Patrick, Jacksonville, Fla. 

DEWINTER, Walter Joseph Mt. Vernon, 0. 

DICKERSON, Robert Carl Memphis, Tenn. 

DICKINSON, Anne-M. Fredericksburg, Va. 

DICKMAN, Robert Marshall Quincy, Mass. 

DICKSON, Richard Joseph, Emmitsburg, Md. 

Fourth row: 

DILLARD, Sandra Jean 

DIXON, John Holland 

DIZ, Harry Richard 

DOBSON, Stephen Boyd 

DOLIAN, Robert Paul 

DONKER, Mary A. 

Fijth row: 

DORNSEIF, Carol 

DORRELL, Charles Earl 

DOVER, James Ray, Jr. 

DOZIER, Lewis Bryant Rocky Mount, N. C. 

DRAKE, Kelly Thomas Richwood, Ohio 

DRAKE, Robert Norman Granville, Ohio 



High Point, N. C. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Jacksonville, Fla. 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Stamford, Conn. 
Baltimore, Md. 

Wayne, Pa. 
Sturbridge, Mass. 
Rock Hill, S. C. 



Sixth row: 

DUCKWORTH, Diana L. 
DUERR, Eric Ronald 
DUFF, John Anthony 
DUKE, Thomas Arrington 
DULANEY, Ruth McKinley 



Lynchburg, Va. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Lake Forest, III. 
Maysville, Ky. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Rocky Mount, N. C. 



Tallahassee, Fla. 

Wichita, Kan. 

Anderson, S. C. 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Falls Church, Va. 

Metairie, La. 



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DUNN, Charles W. 

Seventh row: 

DUSSIA, Evan Earl 

DYBDAHL, Ryan Russell 

DYE, Joseph Ellison 

DYSART. Mary Dysart 

DZIUBAN, Robert Lane 

EAGAN, Phyllis Mae 

Eighth roiv: 

EARNHARDT, Ann E. 

EBLEN, Anna Lynn 

ECKHARDT, Willard L.. 

EDDY, James Henry, III 

EDWARDS, Catherine Sue 

EDWARDS, Daniel K., Jr. 

Ninth row: 

EISENACHER, Craig Edward Scotia, N. Y. 

ELLIOTT, David Upshur, Jr. Norfolk, Va. 

ELLIS, Susan Elizabeth Springfield, Mo. 

ELLIS, Thomas S. Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. 

ELMORE, Michael Eugene, KernersviUe, N. C. 

EMERICK, Harold Richard Washington, Pa. 

Tenth row: 

EMERSON, Sandra Lynne Charleston, S. C. 

ENGLAR, John David Reisterstown, Md. 

ENGLISH, Peter C. Mountain Lakes, N. J. 

ENNIS, Kathleen Mary Lexington, Mass. 

ERWIN, William Robert Shreveport, La. 

ESKRIDGE, James H., Jr. Charlotte, N. C. 



Fredericksburg, Va. 
Arden, N. C. 
Columbia, Mo. 
Wyckoff, N. J. 
Joppa, Md. 
Durham, N. C. 










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Woodleaf, N. C. 
Beirut, Lebanon 

Hopewell, Va. 
Westernport, Md. 
Salisbury, N. C. 



First row: 

ESTERLINE, Jacob Alan 

ETHERIDGE, Richard Guy 

EVANS, Nancy Elizabeth 

EYLER, Mary Etta 

FAILING, George R., Jr. 

FAIN, Deborah 

Second row: 

FALLAT, Andrew George Allentown, Pa. 

FARBER, Harrison W. Washington, D. C. 

FARLOW, John Wayne Greensboro, N. C. 

FARMER, Kathleen S. Berea, Ohio 

FARQUHAR, Thomas Lloyd Belleville, 111, 

FARRINGTON, Buford Lee 

Third row: 

FEICK, John Worthington 

FELTON, George Edward 

FERGUSON, Ernest Easterby 

FEW. Ellen Hale 

FINCH, Richard M. Prairie Village, Kan 

FINDLAY, John Bruce Charlotte, N. C. 

Fourth row: 

FINGER, William Radiff 

FINLEY, Michael James 

FISHER. John David 

FODY, Edward Paul 

POLAND, William J. 

FORAN, Michael Berry 

Fifth row: 

FORD, Nelson M. 

FOREMAN, John William 

FOSTER, Jean Suzanne 

FOX, Gail Marie 

FOX, Richard Franklin 



Joplin, Mo. 

Towson, Md. 

Marion, Ohio 

Laurens, S. C. 

Durham, N. C. 



Nashville, Tenn. 

Summit, N. J. 

Wilmetle, 111. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Asuncion, Paraguay 

Columbia, S. C. 

Hockessin, Del. 
Hyattsville, Md. 
Foley, Ala. 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Richmond, Va. 



FRANCIS, Robert D. West Jefferson, N. C. 



Waveland, Miss. 

Alexandria, Va. 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Eagleville, Pa. 

Westfield, N. J. 

Decatur, 111. 

Sewickley, Pa. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Gainesville, Fla. 

Metairie, La. 



Sixth row: 

FRANCIS. William Peter 
FRANK. Grady Craven, Jr. 
FRANKLIN, Earl Ruffin 
FRANKS, Douglas Melvin 
FREEMAN, Barney L., Ill 
FREEMAN, Daniel Wister 
Seventh roiv: 
FRIEDLAND, James T. 
FRIEDMAN, Frederic G. 
FRY, William Goodhart 
FULLER, George Carey 
FUNK, Laurence Layton 
FYFE, Malcolm Douglas, Jr. 

Eighth row: 

GABEL. Edward Alexander, Ridgefield, Conn. 
GADD. Billie Joanne Monongahela, Pa. 

GALLAGHER, Karen Maureen Carlisle, Pa. 
GARAVELLI, John Stephen, Memphis, Tenn. 
GARDINER, Constance S. Mocksville, N. C. 
GARDINER, Henry George Ft. Worth, Tex. 
Ninth row: 

GARDNER, Mona Jean Dallas, Tex. 

GARRETT, Wayne Montague Hickory, N. C. 
GARRISON, William Davis Norfolk, Va. 
GARVIN, Virginia Morse College Park, Md. 
GATES. Mary Kathe New York, N. Y. 

GELLINGi Carol CarUsle Barracks, Pa. 

Tenth row: 

GENTITHES, Cynthia Warren, Ohio 

GERALD, Ann Greensboro, N. C. 

GIBSON, Herbert Martin, Jr. Sanford, N. C. 
GIBSON, Nicholas Steven Atlanta, Ga. 

GIBSON, Russell Diane St. Augustine, Fla. 
GILBERT, Ronald Lee Williamsville, N. Y. 

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Suitland, Md. 

Macon, Ga. 

Pekin, 111. 

Providence, R. I. 

New Milford, Conn. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Arlington, Va. 



FiTst row: 

GILCHRIST, Linda Annandale, Va 

GILES, Donna Lee Danville, Va 

GIORDANO, Patricia Mary, Bloomfield, N. J 

GITOMER, Mark Paul Uniontown, Pa 

GLOVER, Claiborne V. C, III Atlanta, Ga 

GLOVER, Linda Kay 

Second row: 

GLOVER, Miriam Anne 

GOLDEN, David Duane 

GOLDSTEIN, Edythe J. 

GOLEMBESKE, G. R. 

GOODMAN, Lee Allan 

GOODRICH, William W., Jr 

Third row: 

GORDON, Richard Evans Washington, D. C. 

GOTTLIEB, Paul Arthur Levittown, Pa. 

GOTTS, Harvey Stephen Silver Spring, Md. 

GRAY, Glen Burton Fairfax, Va. 

GREEN, Jo Ann Fairborn, Ohio 

GREEN, John D., Jr. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Fourth row: 

GREEN, Marc Y. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

GREEN, Mary F. Columbia, S. C. 

GREEN, Philip Burton Evanston, 111. 

GREENBERG, Leonard David Atlanta, Ga. 

GREENE, James Bain Auburn, N. Y. 

GREGORY, Linda Jean Columbia, S. C. 

Fifth row: 

GREINER, Derek Carter Memphis, Tenn. 

GRIFFIN, Walter Bradney Rutland, Vt. 

GRIFFITH, Gail Atlanta, Ga. 

GRIMWOOD, James Michael, Burlington, Vt. 

GROCE, Mary Ann Winston-Salem, N. C. 

GROGAN, Marian Harris Devon, Pa. 

Sixth row: 

GROSCHKE, Diane Longmeadow, Mass. 

GROSSMAN, Ethan David Bethesda, Md. 

GRUY, Mary Lucille Beeville, Tex. 

GUAZZO, Shelby Palmer Durham, N. C. 

GUDGER, WilUam DiUard Candler, N. C. 

GUENARD, Renee Jeanne McLean, Va. 

Seventh row: 

GUESS, Gregory Thomas Frankfort, Ky. 

GUEST, James Hanson Savannah, Ga. 

GUSTAFSON, Mary Clearwater Beach, Fla. 

HACK, Frederick C, Jr., Hilton Head Is., S. C. 



HAGAR, James Newton 
HAGGAR, Douglas J. 
Eighth row: 
HAGGSTROM, Jane 
HALL, Samuel Theodore 
HALL, Suzanne Kay 
HALLIDAY, Laurie Anne 
HAMILL, David Northmore 
HAMILL, Martha Jon 
Ninth row: 
HAMILTON, John B. 
HAMM, Beverly Anne 



Caldwell, N. J. 
Phoenix, Ariz. 

Ridgewood, N. J. 

Dothan, Ala. 

Rosemont, Pa. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Richmond, Va. 

Richmond, Va. 

Washington, D. C. 
Durham, N. C. 



HAMMAR, Sandra L. Redington Beach, Fla. 
HANCOCK, Ellen Page Hampton, Va. 

HANSON, Lucy Nashville, Tenn. 

HARDING, Larry Samuel Spray, N. C. 

Tenth row: 

HARGAN, Carol Sue Louisville, Ky. 

HARPER, John Preston, Jr. Norfolk, Va. 
HARPER, Edward Johnston Snow Hill, N. C. 
HARPER, Michael Dennis Metairie, La. 

HARRELL, Elaine Alice Hicksville, N. Y. 
HARRELL, Haywood S., Elizabeth City, N. C. 



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HARRELL, Susan Melvera, Washington, D. C. 



Durham, N. C. 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Meadville, Pa. 
Charleston, S. C. 
Martinsville, Va. 

Williamston, N. C. 



HARRIS, Doris Ann 

HARRIS, Frances Ellen 

HARRIS, Henry Taylor 

HARRIS, Marjorie Ann 

HARRIS, Stephen Kelly 

Second row: 

HARRISON, Velma Gray 

HARTGROVE, Joseph Dane Pfafftown, N. C, 

HARVEY, Kenneth Cullen Shreveport, La. 

HARVEY, Nancy Strong Metairie, La. 

HASSKAMP, Kristi Marie, Bennettsville, S. C. 

HASTIE, Nona McAdo Charleston, S. C. 

Third row: 

HATTAN, John Alan Valley Center, Kan. 

HAUGK, Isabella Kathrin Lincroft, N. J. 

HAUSER, Mark Jay Miami, Fla. 

HAVENS, Cynthia Jean Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. 

HAYES. James Frederick, Minneapolis, Minn. 

HAYS, Frances Perry Rockledge, Fla. 

Fourth row: 

HAYWOOD, Lola Fern Durham. N. C. 

HEAPE, Carol Lynn Pittsburgh, Pa. 

HEATH, Bayard Wickliffe Robinson, 111. 

HEATH, Linda Jane N. Springfield, Va. 

HECKERT. Kenneth Martin, Wilmington, Del. 

HEIDTMAN, Susan Gwen Orlando, Fla. 

Fifth roiv : 

HELM. Gail Anne Arlington, Va. 

HENDERSON, Ann M. New Haven, Conn. 

HENDRICH, Peter Barton Wellesley, Mass. 

HENDRICK, Lucy E. Rutherfordton, N. C. 

HENLEY, Charlotte Ann Indianapolis, Ind. 

HENNEY, Robert Richard ' ' 

Sixth row: 

HENRY, Fred E. 

HENYEY, Gayle Lee 

HEROLD, Richard Alan, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

HEROY, William B. West Haven, Conn. 

HERRIN, Robert Alexander Gastonia, N. C. 

HERTEL, David Hudson Bay Village, Ohio 

Seventh roiv: 

HIATT. John Robert Southern Pines, N. C. 

HIBLER. Thomas D., Jr. Nashville, Tenn. 

HICKS. Donna Jean 

HILDEBRAND, Henry J 

HILL, Elizabeth Evans 

HILLENBRAND, D. M., Bad Godesberg, Gmy, 

Eighth row: 

HILLOW, George Joseph 

HILLSON, Marc Richard 

HIMADI, Linda Leigh 

HIPP, Fred L. 

HOADLEY, Jean Elizabeth 

HOBBS, Steven Edward C. 



Nomerrick, N. Y. 

Kirkwood, Mo. 
Cleveland, Ohio 



Annapolis, Md. 
HI Metairie, La. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Washington, D. C. 
Brookline, Mass. 
Ridgewood, N. J. 
Trenton, N. J. 
Lancaster, Pa. 
Orleans, Mass. 






Ninth row: 

HODGMAN, Robert S. 

HOEG, Arthur Everett 

HOFFNER, Linda Carol 

HOKANSON. Kristina M. 

HOLLOMON. Q. G., Jr. 

HOLMES, David Cholet 

Tenth row: 

HOLMES, Volney Mason, Jr. 

HOLMQUIST, Julie Bergren 

HOLOMAN, Dallas Kern 

HOLZAPPLE, Lynn 

HOOVER, Jane Wiltshire Cincinnati, Ohio 

HOPKINS, Charles William Richmond, Va. 



Morganton, N. C. 

Arlington, Va. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Washington, D. C. 

Baldwinsville, N. Y. 



Buffalo, N. Y. 

Rockford, III. 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Arlington, Va. 



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First row: 

HOPKINS, Vera Kathleen 

HORN, Kathy Meline 

HORTON, Vangie Maxine 

HORVITZ, Gary Alan 

HOSEA, Robert Haywood 

HOUCK, Robert Norman 

Second row: 

HOUSE. Larry Stancil 

HOWARD, Bertie Ruth 

HOWARD, Lina Patricia 

HOWARD, Wallace E., Jr., Spartanburg, S. C. 

HUGHEY. John David Richmond, Va. 

HUGHEY, Patrick McCain Raleigh, N. C. 

Third row: 

HUNT, Jerry Barnes 

HURLBURT, John Alan 

HURST, Susan Lanier 



Lexington, Ky. 

Durham, N. C. 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Ryetown, N. Y. 

Omaha, Neb. 

Greensboro, N. C. 
Orangeburg, S. C. 
Clinton, N. C. 



Oak Ridge, Tenn. 

Durham, N. C. 

Wilmington, N. C. 

Albany, N. Y. 

Raynham, Mass. 

Colonial Heights, Va. 



INSEL, Michael S. 

IRBY. George Samuel 

IRVINE, Frank Owen 

Fourth roiv: 

ISIKOFF, Mark Lewis Atlanta, Ga. 

JACKSON, Caroline W. San Antonio, Tex. 

JACKSON, James Roy St. Petersburg. Fla. 

JACKSON, Margaret Dallas Memphis, Tenn. 

JACOBS, Ivan Harlan Jersey City, N. J. 

JACOBSEN, Glenn Craig Huntington, N. Y. 

Fifth row: 

JAMES, Alice R. Newport News, Va. 

JAMES, Edyth MacMiUan Louisville, Ky. 

JAMIESON, Herbert M. ThomasviUe, N. C. 

JARRELL, Nancy Eileen Winchester, Va. 

JEFFORDS, Susan Elizabeth Roslyn, N. Y. 

JENKINS, Lila Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Sixth row: 

JENKS. Barton P. Chevy Chase, Md. 

JENNINGS. John Daniel Westerville, Ohio 

JENSON, Craig Peter Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

JOHNSON, Brooks Steven Lancaster, S. C. 

JOHNSON, Harold Allen, Glastonbury, Conn. 

JOHNSON, Janis Charlotte, N. C. 

Seventh row: 

JOHNSON, Jeffrey Walter Atlanta, Ga. 

JOHNSON, Joan Ellen Gladwyne, Pa. 

JOHNSON, Judy Lea Birmingham, Ala. 

JOHNSON. Marcia Helen Wayne, N. J. 

JOHNSON, Mary Elizabeth West End, N. C. 

JOHNSON, Melvin Julius 

Eighth row: 

JOHNSON, Michael Scott 

JOHNSON, Rebecca Kay 

JOHNSON, Samuel Warren 

JOHNSON, Stephen I. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

JOHNSON, Susan Thomas Phoenix, Ariz. 

JOHNSTON, Stephen T. Wilmington, Del. 

Ninth row: 

JONES, Michael Ann 

JONES, Quenlan Madison 

JONES, Robert Powell, Jr. 

JONES, Ross Erwin 

JONES, William Charles N. Bellmore, N. Y. 

JORDAN, David M. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Tenth row: 

JORDAN, Joseph Elbert 

JUDD, John Howard, Jr. 

KAMLUKIN, Nina Carolyn 

KANE, Susan Elizabeth 

KAPER, Michael J. 

KAPLAN, Marc A. 



Orlando, Fla. 

Tampa, Fla. 
Ingold, N. C. 
Hamilton, N. C. 



Pewaukee, Wis. 

Hampton, Va. 

McLean, Va. 

St. Louis, Mo. 



Smithfield, N. C. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

New Hope, Pa. 

Baldwin, N. Y. 

Birmingham, Ala. 





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First row: 

KARMIOL, Donna Jean Garden City, N. Y. 

KARVER, Stephen Joseph Brooklyn, N. Y. 

KASE, Stephen Arthur Wilmette, 111. 

KAVANAUGH, Sandra Sue, Watchung, N. J. 

KAYE, Jefferson James Coral Gables, Fla. 

KEANE, Lindsay A. Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 

Second row: 

KEEN, Donald Marion Indianapolis, Ind. 

KEENAN, William Mellon, Meadowbrook, Pa. 

KEENE, Barbara S. Baltimore, Md. 

KELLEN, Peter Walter Charlotte, N. C. 

KELLETT, Mary Jane Greensboro, N. C. 

KELLY, Barbara Jean 

Third row: 

KELLY, Edwin Roy 

KELLY, Richard Clark 

KELLY, Richard Frank 

KELMAN, Edith Anne 

KEMP, James Donald 

KENNEDY, James J. 

Fourth row: 

KENT, Richard Henry 

KERN, Stephen Alan 

KERR, Michael Hawley 

KESSLER, Craig Martin 



Arlington, Va. 

Shreveport, La. 

Hagerstown, Md. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Sag Harbor, N. Y. 

New Oxford, Pa. 
Washington, D. C. 

Orlando, Fla. 
Ware Shoals, S. C. 
Tulsa, Okla. 
Richmond, Va. 
KETCHUM, Steven Andrew, Anchorage, Alas. 
KIGER, Sandra Lee Hickory, N. C. 

Fifth roll' : 

KIMMELL, Joseph W. 
KING, Peter Fownes 
KING, Susan Carmine 
KINNEY, Eleanor DeArman Durham, N. C. 
KIRBY, Ronald Eugene AsheviUe, N. C. 

KISNER, Sandra Hope New Bedford, Mass. 
Sixth row: 

KLEIN, James Edward Adrian, Mich. 

KLEIN, Jeffrey J. Shaker Heights, Ohio 

KLUTZ, Vivian Patricia Hickory, N. C. 

KNAPP, Linda Hedges Berlin, Conn. 

KNEHR, Patricia Sue Glen Cove, N. Y. 

KNEIPP, Judith Elizabeth Potomac, Md. 
Seventh row: 

KNIGHT, Arthur W., Jr. Durham, N. C. 

KNOBE, Noelle Janet, Menomonee Falls, Wis. 
KNOTT, Mary V. Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 

KOONCE, James Reeves Jackson, Tenn. 

KORNMAN, Kenneth Shyer Madison, Tenn. 
KRAMER, John Reed Knoxville, Tenn. 



Vincennes, Ind. 

Folsom, La. 

Murfreesboro, Tenn. 



Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

Jackson, Mich. 

Little Rock, Ark. 

Richmond, Va. 

Irvington, N. Y. 



Eighth row : 

KRAMPF, John Edward 

KRENKEL, John Mark 

KUMPE, Peter Gray 

LACY, Alfred Judd, Jr. 

LACY, Philip Tolbert 

LAFOLLETTE, Paul Sumner, Sandusky, Ohio 

Ninth row: 

LAMASON, Elizabeth Stites Lexington, Ky. 

LAMASON, Ruthanne Bound Brook, N. J. 

LAMBERT, Steven Charles Kingsport, Tenri. 

LANE, Bernett Nelson 

LANG, Regina Stroh 

LASSITER, Thomas W. 

Tenth row : 

LAWSON, John Robert 

LEATH. Roland Marcus 

LEAVELL, William Henry Durham, N. C. 

LEAVENS, Arthur Bowen, III, Kirkwood, Mo. 

LEE, Richard Hardy Newport News, Va. 

LEHMAN, Herbert Edward Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Spotswood, N. J. 
Teaneck, N. J. 
Smithfield, N. C. 

Johnson City, Tenn. 
Shelby, N. C. 



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Harrisburg, Pa. 

Appleton, Wis. 

Glynco, Ga. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Mebane, N. C. 

Bryson City, N. C. 

Durham, N. C. 

Burlington, N. C. 

Champaign, 111. 



First row: 

LETTER, Michael Patton Hagerstown, Md. 
LEHNE, Gregory Kenneth Northfield, 111. 
LEININGER, Lynne Ann Newark, Del. 

LENZ, James E.. Jr. Hendersonville, N. C. 

LESHER, Ronnie Ellis Tampa, Fla. 

LESUEUR, John Hunter, Jr. MeadviUe, Pa. 
Second roiv: 

LEOPOLD. Stephen Wilsey Jacksonville, Fla. 
LEVY, Walter Joseph, Jr. Atlanta, Ga. 

LEWIS, Mary Kendra Swarthmore, Pa. 

LIEB, Margarete N. Richmond Hill, N. Y. 

LIEB. Richard Bruce Belmont, Mass. 

LILIEN, Robert Sherwood Burlington, N. C. 

Third row: 

LIND, Frederick Gustave, Highland Park, 111. 

LINDBERG, Steven Eric Waukegan, 111. 

LINDGREN, Sandra M. Charlotte, N. C. 

LIVINGSTON, Alayne Kay 

LLEWELLYN, Jonathan F. 

LLOYD, Marshall Owens 

Fourth row: 

LOMBARDL Donna Maria 

LONG, Joan Catherine 

LONG, James Robert 

LONG. John Dobson 

LONG, Lawrence Ross 

LORE, Randolph Rogers 

Fifth row: 

LOTHMAN. Eric William Kirkwood, Mo. 

LOUDERBACK, Jean Louise Daberth, Pa. 

LOUDERMILK, Carol Ann Clinton, Md. 

LOUDERMILK, Glen Alton Brunswick, Ga. 

LOWDER, James Lynn Albemarle, N. C. 

LOWER, Susan Elizabeth Aiken, S. C. 

Sixth row : 

LOWSON, Ian Patrick 

LUCAS, Susan Marie 

LUEHRING, Jan Susan 

LUND, Ingrid Ellen 

LUNSFORD. Ernest Gordon Manassas, Va. 

LYCAN, Virginia Hart Mahtomedi, Minn. 

Seventh row: 

MacARTHUR, Eliz. H. New Canaan, Conn. 

MacGAHAN, Susan W. Delmar, N. Y. 

MacINTOSH, Alexander T., Chapel Hill, N. C. 

MacIVOR. Angus Neil Marysville, Ohio 

MAHAFFEY, Marcia Sue Granville, Ohio 

MAHER, Karen Anne West Hartford, Conn. 

Eighth row: 

MAIER, George, IV Bridgeton, N. J. 

MALLEY. John W., Jr. Chevy Chase, Md. 

MALONEY, Robert W. Chevy Chase, Md. 

MANALAN, Jo Ella W. Palm Beach, Fla. 

MANGAN, John Marshall Arlington, Va. 

MANN, Sally N. — -- - 

Ninth row: 

MARGOLIN, James R. 

MARIAS, Carrie 

MARION, Jeremiah R., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

MARLAY, Robert C. Patuxedent River, Md. 

MARTIN, Anne C. LutherviUe, Md. 

MARTIN, Jean E. Florham, N. J. 

Tenth row: 

MARTIN, Marilyn Louise Perrysburg, Ohio 

MARTIN, Nancy Jane Huntington, W. Va. 

MARTIN, Robert S. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

MARTIN, William T. Houston, Tex. 

MASON, Lucille Knox Birmingham, Ala. 

MATTHEWS, Anna R. Raleigh, N. C. 



London, England 

LaVale, Md. 

Wilmington, Del. 

Johnstown, Pa. 



Elkin, N. C. 

Miami, Fla. 

Durham, N. C. 






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Charlotte, N. C. 

Bethesda, Md. 

Hope Mills, N. C. 

Tallahassee, Fla. 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Kingsport, Tenn. 

Springfield, Mo. 

Trenton. N. J. 

London, Ohio 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Clearwater, Fla. 



Lumberton, N. C. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Meadville, Pa. 

WoUaston, Mass. 



First row: 

MATTOX, Nollie Herman Lynchburg, Va. 
MAY, Elizabeth C. Yonkers, N. Y. 

MAYFIELD, Sheryl Lynn Atlanta, Ga. 

MAYO, Louis Allen Winston-Salem, N. C. 

McAllister, John f. chapei Hiu, n. c. 

McBRIDE, Amanda S. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Second row: 

McCALLON, Earl R., HI Metairie, La. 

McCASKILL, S. G., Jr. Elizabeth City, N. C. 

McCLAIN, David E. New York, N. Y. 

McCLELLAN, George J., Jr. Roseland, N. J. 

McCULLOCH, Marilyn E., Schenectady, N. Y. 

McCULLOUGH, James Honea Path, S. C. 

Third row: 

McGILVERY, Jeannie 

McKENZIE, Robert G. 

McLELLAN, Donna Sue 

McLEOD, Stephen J. 

McMANAMA. Gary M. 

McMillan, Robert G. 

Fourth row: 

McNEER, Thomas T. 

McQUEARY. Pamela K. 

McTIGHE. Arthur A. 

McVAY, Martha Jean 

McWlLLIAMS. Carol 

MEADOWS, Robert S. 

Fifth row : 

MECHLING, Martha Terry EarleviUe, Md. 

MEEK, Charles Stanton Ponca City, Okla. 

MEES, Patricia Anne 

MELVILLE, John Akin 

MERCATORIS, Michael 

MESERVEY, Kristina 

Sixth row: 

METTELKA. Kathryn Ann, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 

METZ, Joseph P. Wayne, N. J. 

MEYER, Nancy L Massapequa Park, N. Y. 

MICHEL. Robert Bruce Little Silver, N. J. 

MICKENS, Alma Rosetta 

MICKEY, Joan Vick 

Seventh row: 

MILLER, Martha Ann 

MILLER. Sally Elizabeth 

MILLER, William E.. Jr. 

MILLER, William P. 

MITCHELL, Bobby Jean 

MOELLER, Marilyn Ann 

Eighth row: 

MOFFETT, David F., Jr. 

MOFFITT, W. P., HI W. Palm Beach, Fla. 

MOLZAHN, Lyndon C. Kansas City, Kan. 

MONTEITH, Gary Vincent Tulsa, Okla. 

MONTGOMERY, Margaret Eliz'town, Ky. 

MOORE, Kathleen Bryson Greensboro, N. C. 

Ninth row: 

MOORE, Martha Kay Winston-Salem, N. C. 

MOORE, Mary Mae Quarrie Neenah, Wis. 

MOORE, Robert Langdon Arlington, Va. 

MOORHEAD, Bessie D. Gettysburg, Pa. 

MORDAUNT, Diane Stone, Coral Gables, Fla. 

MORGAN, Anthony Dean Greensboro, N. C. 

Tenth row: 

MORGAN, Arthur D. Newport News, Va. 
MORGAN, Kenneth Barry Durham, N. C. 
MORGAN, Robert Thomas Atlanta, Ga. 

MORPHIS, Steven Alan Fort Worth, Tex. 
MORRIS, Paul William Daytona Beach. Fla. 
MORRISON, Jane Catherine, Columbus, Ohio 



Richmond, Va. 
Falls Church, Va. 

Peoria, 111. 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Westminster, Md. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Roanoke, Va. 

Orange, Conn. 

Raleigh, N. C. 



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Atlanta, Ga. 

Decatur, Ga. 

Gardner, Mass. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Mobile, Ala. 
Glenhead, N. Y. 



First row: 

MORSE, Jack Osborn 

MORSE, Mary Ellen 

MOSES, Alan Charles 

MOSHER. Linda Lynn 

MOSS. Ann Howard 

MOSSMAN, Martha Lynn 

Second row: 

MOTLEY, Walter Russell Dover, Del. 

MOWBRAY, Barry Nelson Spencer, W. Va. 

MOYE, Christina Anita Cherry Hill, N. J. 

MULHERN, M. E. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

MURKLAND, Christopher P., Roxbury, Conn. 

MURPHY, Stephen Chivvis Kirkwood, Mo. 

Third roiv: 

MURRAY, Lauren Ruth 

MUSSER, Orrin Roberts 

MYERS, Berlin G., Jr. 

MYERS, Francis Enoch 

MYERS, Michael Harris 

MYSLICOVAN, Lynda G., E. Brunswick, N. J. 

Fourth row: 



Rocky River, Ohio 
Darien, Conn. 

Summerville, S. C. 
Ashland, Ohio 
Lakeland, Fla. 



NAGEL, Dan Arthur 
NATHAN, Michael R. 
NAUMUK, Mary Ann 
NAY. Richard Alan 
NEELAND, David Blair 
NELSON, Sherwin M. 



Cincinnati, Ohio 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Burgaw, N. C. 

Springfield, Va. 

Wilson, N. C. 

Forest Hills, N. Y. 



Fifth roiv: 

NEVILLE, Thomas Andrew Arlington, Va. 

NEWLON, Thomas Hutchins Arcadia, Calif. 

NEWMAN, Jimmie Lewis Henderson, N. C. 

NEWMAN, Steven Robert 

NICHOL. Robert Byron 

NIELSEN, Lois Carolyn 

Sixth row : 

NIX. Nancy 

NIXON, Sharyn Ann 

NOBLES, Russell Ann 

NOMINA, Jim Jay 



Canton, Ohio 
Lexington, N. C. 
Chicago, 111. 



Evergreen, Ala. 

Norfolk, Va. 

Hazlehurst, Miss. 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 



NORFLEET, Mary A. F 

NORRIS, Reginald Wade 

Seventh row: 

NORTON, William Dale 

NOWAK, Elliott B. 

NUNLEY, James A., II 

O'BRIEN, Mary Jane 

OETTER, Cheryl Lee 

OGBURN, John F., Ill, Winston-Salem, N. C 

Eighth row: 

OLIVER, Victor Manning 

OLSHOCK, John Tibbens 

OLSON, George Edgar, III 

O'NEAL, Nancy Jeanne 

O'NEAL, Sutton Lowe 



Charlottesville, Va. 
Gastonia, N. C. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Merrick, N. Y. 

Charleston, W. Va. 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

St. Louis, Mo. 



Baton Rouge, La. 
Washington, Pa. 
Clemmons, N. C. 
Edenton, N. C. 
Hazel Green, Ala. 
OOSTING, Timothy Melvin Dayton, Ohio 
Ninth row: 

ORRICK, Herbert Paul Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
OSBERG, David Kenneth Edina, Minn. 

OSTDAHL, Roger Harold Wilmington, Del. 
OSTERWISE, Laurence Ballston Spa., N. Y. 
OTT, Deborah Lynne 
OTT, PoUey Catherine 
Tenth row: 

OTTE, Alan Henry Jacksonville, Fla. 

OVERHOLSER, Linda E. Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
OWEN, Frazer Nelson Atlanta, Ga. 

OWENS, Ted Roosevelt, Jr. Decatur, Ga. 
OYSTER, James Lawrence Alexandria, Va. 
PALMER, Teresa Dreyan McLean, Va. 



Short Hills, N. J. 
Kirkwood, Mo. 





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Springfield, Mo. 

Sparta, N. J. 

Deerfield, 111. 
Bethpage, N. Y. 



First row: 

PARDO, Pedro L. 

PARK, Bert Edward 

PARKER, Kathleen Jane 

PARKER, Marlie Sue 

PARKER, Robert Ross 

PARKS, Stephen Lee Winston-Salem, N. C, 

Second row: 

PARKYNS, Meredith E. White Plains, N. Y. 

PARROTT, William Thomas Kinston, N. C. 

PARSONS, Teresa Ann LouisviUe, Ky. 

PARTHUM, L. C. Ft. Richardson, Alas. 

PATCH, Stanley John, Jr. Audubon, Pa. 

PEAKE, Mary PrisciUa 

Third row: 

PEARCE, Donald Wayne 

PEARSON, Diane Lynne 

PEARSON, Paul C. 

PEELER. Ruth Elizabeth 

PEEPLES, James Marvin 



Norfolk, Va. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Des Plaines, 111. 

Summit, N. J. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Decatur, Ga. 



McLean, Va. 

Durham, N. C. 

Pennsauken, N. J. 

Holmdel, N. J. 

Kingsport, Tenn. 

Bethesda, Md. 

Liverpool, Ohio 



PERCHAN, Robert Jon, East Cleveland, Ohio 

Fourth row: 

PERRY, Elizabeth Ann, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

PERRY. Gregory Brooks Webster, N. Y. 

PERRY, Henry Baker, III Greensboro, N. C. 

PERRY, Susan W. Chattanooga, Tenn. 

PETERSON, Cynthia Los Ahos Hills. Calif. 

PETRICH, Carl Herbert Marion, Ohio 

Fifth row: 

PFEFFERKORN, D. F., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

PHELAN. Robert Alan Golf, 111. 

PHILLIPS, Janet M. Southern Pines, N. C. 

PICKAND, Susan Jane Anderson, S. C. 

PIEKLIK, John Richard Fort Bragg, N. C. 

PIERCE, Hannah L. 

Sixth row: 

PIFER, James Lewis 

PINSKY, Mark I. 

POLESKI, David Alan 

POLLARD, R. D., Jr. 

POND. Roger Allen 

PORTER. Candace Sue 

Seventh row: 

POSNER, Ronald Harvey Silver Spring, Md. 

POWERS. Thomas Allen Nashville, Tenn. 

PRATT. Dennis Kepple Jacksonville, Fla. 

PRESTON, Carol Jane Durham, N. C. 

PRICE, Marrillyn Lee New Columbia, Pa. 

PRINDLE, William Sears Bethesda, Md. 

Eighth row: 

PROUT, Andrew Walter 

PULS, Barbara Lee 

PULTZ. Frederick Ross 

PULVER, Douglas Stanley 

PUNCKE, Sally Clarke 

PYLE, Peggy Martha, Shawnee Mission, Kan. 

Ninth row: 

QUINN, Graham Earl Greenville, N. C. 

RABIN, Randy David Greensboro, N. C. 

RAIRIGH, Jonathan Wick Andover, Mass. 

RALLY, F. Allen Sebring, Fla. 

RAMSEY, Catherine EHzabeth Towson, Md. 

RAMSEY, Frederic Marsh Rosemont, Pa. 

Tenth row: 

RAMSEY, Ginger L. Syracuse, N. Y. 

RAPER, Thomas E. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

RAWLINGS, Douglas M. Pascagoula, Miss. 

RAY, Ronald Alan Greensboro, N. C. 

REAMES, Calvin E., Jr. Lake Wales, Fla. 

REED, Carolyn Felder Spartanburg, S. C. 



Columbus, Ohio 
Bettendorf, Iowa 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Ridgewood, N. J. 

Homestead, Fla. 



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First row: 

REED, Claudette Diana Asheville, N. C. 

REICHELT, James Louis Syracuse, N. Y. 

REID, Judith Ann Winston-Salem, N. C. 

REINHARD, Dale Elizabeth, Livingston, N. J. 

RESSETAR, Robert Michael Clifton, N. J. 

RETTIG, William Terence Westfield, N. J. 

Second row: 

REYNOLDS, Pamela Anne Metairie, La. 

REYNOLDS, Rebecca R. Ahmedabad, India 

RICE, Burton Wilkerson Nashville, Tenn. 

RICHARDS, Verna Neely, Elizabethtown, Ky. 

RICHARDSON, Kim M. Port Chester, N. Y. 

RICHARDSON, J. W., Jr. Greensboro, N. C. 

Third row: 

RIGLING, Kay Ellen New Cumberland, Pa. 

RILEY, James Thomas Winchester, Va. 

ROBERTS, Michael Bruce Augusta, Ga. 

ROBERTS, Michael F. Decatur, Ga. 

ROBERTS, Stuart D., Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 

ROBERTSON, Donald Wade Bethlehem, Pa. 

Fourth row: 

ROBERTSON, M. Kae Tucson, Ariz. 

ROBINSON, Gregory Nash Oakland, Calif. 

ROBINSON, Richard S. Falls Church, Va. 

ROCHEN, Jeffrey David Lynbrook, N. Y. 

ROCK, Elizabeth Ann Richmond, Va. 

ROE, Sheila Jeanette Winchester, Va. 

Fifth row: 

ROGERS, Carol St. Louis, Mo. 

ROGERS, Margaret Ann Summit, N. J. 

ROGERS, Reginald Carr, Jr. Durham, N. C. 

ROHDE, William Carl Reisterstown, Md. 

ROSE, Clifford Harris Jamestown, N. C. 

ROSE, Danny O'Neil Florence, S. C. 

Sixth row: 

ROSENBERG, Stuart Agnew Waverly, Va. 

ROSENBLATT, Steven Miami, Fla. 

ROSENDORF, Linda Lee Coral Gables, Fla. 

ROSS, Robert Edward 

ROTHROCK, Michael E. 

ROUZER, Patricia Emily 

Seventh row: 

ROWLAND, Miriam Clay 

ROXBY, Judith Lynn 

ROYALL. Richard William 

RUEY, John S. 

RUGH, William B. 

RUPP, Dorothy Elizabeth 

Eighth rotv: 

RUSH, Cynthia Lee 

SABEL, Richard Steven 

SACHS, Steven Warren 

SALINGER, Wendy Lang 

SAMPLES, Cathryn Louise, New Orleans, La. 

SANCRANT, Linda Belle, Birmingham, Mich. 

Ninth row: 

SANDER, Joyce Elisabeth Falls Church, Va. 

SAPINSLEY, Carol Ann Providence, R. I. 

SARGENT, Pamela West Hartford, Conn. 

SAUNDERS, Richard J. San Antonio, Tex. 

SAVITZ, Edward Owen 

SCHERER, Glenn Dale 

Tenth row: 

SCHLESINGER, Martin 

SCHNEIDER, David Clayton McLean, Va 

SCHOONOVER, Gary K. Rockville, Md 

SCHREIBER, Merle F. Ft. Lauderdale, Ha. 

SCHREIBER, Susan S. Saddle River, N. J. 

SCHUPPER, Linda Ney Durham, N. C. 



Demarest, N. J. 

Lewisville, N. C. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 
Swarthmore, Pa. 

Lottsburg, Va. 

Ambridge, Pa. 
Godfrey, 111. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Columbus, Ga. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Durham, N. C. 



Tampa, Fla. 
Miami, Fla. 

Hampton, Va. 











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Topeka, Kan. 
Oak Ridge, Tenn. 



First row : 

SCHURLKNIGHT, Donald E.. Rockledge, Fla. 

SCHWARTZ, Theodore Philadelphia, Pa. 

SCOTT, Richard Kincaid, Bramwell, W. Va. 

SCOTTEN, Stephen Lee Aiken, S. C. 

SELF. William King, Jr. Marks, Miss. 

SELLERS, Thomas Bradshaw Norfolk, Va. 

Second row: 

SELTZER, Scott Louis 

SEXTON. Jane Ellen 

SHAEFER. Richard L. 

SHAFER, Irving Everett, III, StatesviUe, N. C. 

SHANER, Barbara Elaine Villanova, Pa. 

SHANNON, R. W., Ill Society Hill, S. C. 

Third row: 

SHANTZ, Roger MacKay Nassau. Bahamas 

SHARRATT, Bryan Edwards Norfolk, Va. 

SHAW, Dale Russell Stewartstown, Pa. 

SHEARIN, Sherra Jean Durham, N. C. 

SHELTON. Ann Pattillo 

SHELTON, Charles Alan 

Fourth row: 

SHENK. Sallv Ann 

SHERON, Brian Walter 

SHIELDS. Kathleen Blaine, Chevy Chase, Md. 

SHIRVIS. David Francis Glen Ellyn, 111. 

SHOCKEY, Dolores Dale Ridgefield, N. J. 

SHONEMAN, Charles Harry, Elkins Park, Pa. 

Fifth row: 

SHORE, Philip Linus. Ill 

SHULTZ, Margaret Susan 

SHUPE. David Ross 

SHUTKIN. Thomas Ned 

SIGMON. John Thomas 

SIMON. William Alexander 



Columbia, Tenn. 
Newport News, Va. 

Madison, N. J. 
Huntington, N. Y. 



High Point. N. C. 

Glassport, Pa. 

McLean, Va. 

Bethany, Conn. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Pelham, N. Y. 



Sixth row: 

SIMONS, Sara Elizabeth Birmingham, Mich. 

SIMPSON, Emily Carol Asheville, N. C. 

SIMPSON, Robert Fowler Frenchburg, Ky. 

SIMS, Barbara Laird Glenview, 111. 

SIZE. Tim Karl Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 

SKOLNY, Marni Webster, N. Y. 

Seventh row: 

SMALLEY. Lee Alan 

SMITH, Adon Nathan, HI 

SMITH. Byron Calvin 

SMITH, Charles Owen, III 

SMITH, Deborah Lynn 

SMITH. James Howard 

Eighth roiv: 

SMITH. Jeffrey Orser 

SMITH, Linda Brooke 

SMITH. Page Harwood 

SMITH.. Paul Dana 

SMITH. Sheryl Jean 

SMITH, Thomas Michael 

Ninth row: 

SMITH. William Thomas, Jr. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

SMOLAND. Paul Norman Aiken, S. C. 

SMOLEN, Peter Nathen Ahoskie, N. C. 

SNELL, Robert Dewitt Vernon, Tex. 

SNELL, Thomas Edward Waynesboro, Va. 

SNYDER, Ellen Bobbins Orange, Conn. 

Tenth roiv: 

SOBELL, Maurice H., Ill 

SOMJEN, Maria Krisztina 

SOPOVSEK, Jan 

SPEARS, R. H., Ill Johnson City, Tenn, 

SPENCER, Mary Irene Mobile, Ala, 

SPENCER, William Taylor, Silver Spring, Md 



Knoxville, Tenn. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Easton, Me. 

Moultrie, Ga. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Rockville, Md. 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Columbus, Ohio 

Louisville, Ky. 



Franklin, Mich. 
Durham, N. C. 
Sanford, N. C. 



400 



First row: 

SPRAGUE, Stuart Russell Clayton, Mo. 

SPRAITZAR. Stephen Scott Chatham, N. J. 
SPRUGEL, Douglas George Annandale, Va. 
SQUIRES. Willard Delmont Pittsburgh, Pa. 
STACKMAN, Maryanne Columbia, S. C. 

STADIEM, William Howard Kinston, N. C. 
Second row: 

STANGER, Richard Miller Paris, France 
STAPLES, William Crawford, Mt. Airy. N. C. 
STARN, Cynthia Elizabeth Ridgewood, N. J. 
STATEN, Lyle Vincent, Jr. Kingsport, Tenn. 



Brightwaters, N. Y. 
Ft. Lewis, Wash. 



Port Arthur, Tex. 



STEEL, Janet Paula 

STEELE, David Lee 

Third row: 

STEELE. Jack Merritt 

STEINBERG, Herman W., Jr., Paterson, N. J 

STEINBRUEGGE, Robert W. Atlanta, Ga 

STEMPL, Judy Ann Ft. Myers Beach, Fla. 

STENBERG, E. S., Ill Fort Benning, Ga. 

STEWART, Barbara Jean Wheaton, Md. 

Fourth row: 

STILL, John Taylor Raleigh, N. C. 

STOEL, Peter F. Portland, Ore. 

STONE, Ann Louise Huntington, W. Va. 

STRADLEY, Margaret N. Jacksonville, Fla. 

STRATOS, Milton Steve St. Petersburg, Fla. 

STRICKLAND, Roy M. Smithfield, N. C. 

Fifth row: 

STRYKER, Henry Bernard Texarkana, Tex. 

STUBBS. Robert Dale Kernersville, N. C. 

STYERS, Walter W. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

SUFFNESS, Michael Bruce Trenton, N. J. 

SWEENEY, Patricia AmityviUe, N. Y. 

SWIGER, Ernest C, Jr. Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Sixth row: 

TAFT, Edmund Morse 

TALBOTT, T. M. 

TALL, Julia Linda 

TALTON, Jenny Lanning 

TANENBAUM, Marc A. 

TARKINGTON, R. E. 

Seventh row: 

TAYLOE, Helen Randolph 

TAYLOR, Jane Elena 

TAYLOR, John Columbus 

TAYLOR, Linda Rae 

TENENBLATT, Marian R. 

TEWKSBURY, Carol Ann 

Eighth row: 

THETFORD, Constance E. 

THIES, Austin Cole, Jr. 

THOMAS, Cornelius B., Jr, 



Burlington, N. C. 
HoUoman AFB, N. Mex. 
Charlotte, N. C. 
Smithfield, N. C. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
Four Oaks, N. C, 

Baltimore, Md. 
Spindale, N. C. 
Tarboro, N. C. 
Charlotte, N. C. 
Silver Sp., Md. 
Rochelle, Va. 

Eatontown, N. J. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Atlanta, Ga. 



THOMAS, Edmund W., Jr., Coral Gables, Fla. 
THOMAS, Isaac Casrel Belmont, N. C. 

THOMAS, Paul Edward Etowah, N. C. 

Ninth row: 

THOMAS. Wayne Edward Atlanta, Ga. 

THOMPSON, Agnes Welch Shelby, N. C. 
THOMS, Richard William Niagara, Wis. 
THRALL, Mary Emily Ann Arbor, Mich. 
THURBER, James Milford Atlanta, Ga. 

THURSTON, Thomas E. St. Petersburg, Fla. 
Tenth row : 

TIMIN, Gary Paul Falls Church, Va. 

TITUS, Ellen Gaige Schenectady, N. Y. 

TOMES, James Russell Louisville, Ky. 

TOOT, Douglas Milburn Poland, Ohio 

TOMPKINS, James L. Montgomery, N. Y. 
TOTH, Barry Douglass Muncy, Pa. 




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TOUW, Kenneth B. Jekyll Island, Ga. 

TRENT, Carol Sheila Miami Beach, Fla. 

TRENT, William Douglas Westfield, N. J. 
TRICKETT, Richard A. Mt. Clemens, Mich. 
TRIPLETT, Merry Lynne Orlando, Fla. 

TURNER, Carl Clifton Richmond, Va. 

Second row: 

TURNER, Linda Karen Glenrock, N. J. 

TUTEN, Lois Adell Athens, Greece 

UMBREIT, Thomas Hayden Westfield, N. J. 
UNDERBILL, Frederick Hoyt, Sycamore, 111. 
UPHAM, Rowena R. Memphis, Tenn. 

URBANUS, Patricia Ann Jacksonville, Fla. 
Third row: 

URQUHART, Mary Lesley Fairport, N. Y. 
URRUTIA, Rick Franklin Cleveland, Ohio 
VAN ANTWERP, Margaret Westwood, N. J. 
VAN ASSELT, Robert Lee Lancaster, Pa. 
VANDENBERG, Jan S. Cresaptown, Md. 
VANDERBURG, Sharon F. Concord, N. C. 
Fourth roiv: 

VANDERWERF, J. N. New Kensington, Pa. 
VAN NEST, Elizabeth P., Bound Brook, N. J. 
VAN NOSTRAND, Douglas Sarasota, Fla. 
VAN PELT, James Clement Newport, R. I. 
VAUGHAN, Pamela Ft. Myers, Fla. 

VERNON, Ferol Bruce New Canaan, Conn. 
Fijth row: 

VINCENT, Bruce Havird Arlington, Va. 

VON KLEMPERER, W. J. Mill Neck, N. Y. 
VOSBURGH, George S., Ill Tryon, N. C. 
WAGNER, Linda Cherl Annandale, N. J. 
WALKER. Ida Diana Dewitt, N. Y. 

WALLACE, John Frank Belmont, N. C. 

Sixth row: 

WALLACE, W. B. Morehead City, N. C. 

WALLIN, Janine Louise, Newton Square, Pa. 
WALNES, Jack Robert Springfield, Va. 

WALSTAD, Paul S. Princeton, N. J. 

WANLESS, Sarah Rebecca Springfield, 111. 
WARE, Linda Louise Rye, N. Y. 

Seventh rotv: 

WARE. Patricia Rhea Sparta, Tenn. 

WARREN, Ann C. Birmingham, Ala. 

WARREN, Lawrence N., Jr. Clinton, S. C. 
WASHBURN, J. W.. Jr. Caro. Beach, N. C. 
WATSON, George A., Ill Durham, N. C. 
WATT, Robert McDowell Middlesboro, Ky. 
Eighth row: 

WATTERS. Shirley Jean Sebrina, Fla. 

WEAVER, James Woodroe Bethesda, Md. 
WEBER. John Henry Asheville, N. C. 

WEBSTER, Evan Howard Media, Pa. 

WEBSTER, William Paul San Antonio, Tex. 
WEEKS, Paul Douglas Knoxville, Tenn. 



Ninth rotv: 

WEISS, Charles Gaylord 

WEISS. Jerome Sanford 

WELDON, Alice Adelaide 

WELLS, Earl Curtis 

WELLS, Guy E. 

WENHAM, Frederick L. 

Tenth row: 

WENRICH, Paige Louise 

WERBER, Carol Susan 

WERTHEIM, Martin James, Rochester, N. Y 

WEST, Tommileigh Erwin, N. C. 

WESTBERRY, William H. Fort Worth, Tex. 

WHEELER, R. N., Ill S. Charleston, W. Va. 

WHERRETT, Whitney L. San Mateo, Calif. 

402 



Huntington, N. Y. 

Miami, Fla. 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Carnerie, Pa. 

Wellington, Ohio 

Shaker Hts., Ohio 

Wilmington, Del. 
Hyattsville, Md. 



Bethlehem, Pa. 

Carlisle, Pa. 

Wilmette, 111. 

Wilson, N. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Cheshire, Conn. 

Charlotte, N. C. 



First TOiv: 

WHILDIN, James C, Jr. 

WHITE, Brinah Marie 

WHITE, Joseph Riser 

WHITLEY, Judith Ann 

WHITMIRE, Sara E. 

WHITNEY, Pamela E. 

Second row: 

WHITTAKER, Tracy M. 

WHITTED, John T. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

WHITTED, Michael Charles, Chesapeake, Va. 

WIGGINS, James Foster Fort Worth, Tex. 

WIGGS, Carol Ann West Caldwell, N. J. 

WILES, Marion B. Glencoe, III. 

Third row: 

WILHELM, Phillip Harold Wilmette, 111. 

WILKERSON, Deborah C. FayetteviUe, N. C. 

WILKINS, Jesse T. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

WILKINSON, John Cecil Vinton, Va. 

WILLEY, Joan DeWitt Pittsburgh, Pa. 

WILLIAMS, Camilla M. Shawnee Mis., Kan. 

Fourth row: 

WILLIAMS, George Shelton Durham, N. C. 

WILLIAMS, Jay C. St. Louis, Mo. 

WILLIAMS, M. E., Jr. Murfreesboro, N. C. 

WILLIAMS, Martha Jane Bobbins, N. C. 

WILLIAMS, Richard Barnett, Sewickley, Pa. 

WILLIAMS, Richard Bland Bethesda, Md. 

Fifth row: 

WILLIAMS, Richard L. Coral Gables, Fla. 

WILLIAMS, Sterling Gary, Jr. Norfolk, Va. 

WILLIAMSON, S. T. Old Greenwich, Conn. 

WILSON, Audrey Gayle Orlando, Fla. 

WILSON, Jill Lane Charlotte, N. C. 

WILSON, John Drake Memphis, Tenn. 

Sixth row: 

WILT, Judy Elizabeth York, Pa. 

WIMBISH, Lou Virginia Beach, Va. 

WINKLER, Ronald Lee Bethesda, Md. 

WISDOM, Joan Carol Manhasset, N. Y. 

WITT, Eric Vassar Manassas, Va. 

WOLF, Harriet Diane Aiken, S. C. 

Seventh row: 

WOLFE, James Douglas Johnstown, Pa. 

WOODARD, Thomas Michael Closter, N. J. 

WOODFORD, David Koger Paris. Ky. 

WOODS, Edward A. Morristown, N. J. 

WOODS, Jane Mansfield Fort Monroe, Va. 

WOODSIDE, Joseph Hoh Arlington, Va. 

Eighth row: 

WORKMAN, Kathryn Anne Woodruff, S. C. 

WRIGHT, John Shadrick Maury, N. C. 

WRIGHT, Kathleen C. Huntington, N. Y. 

WRIGHT, Nina Ruth Orlando, Fla. 

WYATT. Mary Pless Indianapolis, Ind. 

WYNGAARDEN, Patricia A. Rosemont, Pa. 

Ninth row: 

YAEGER, William Lawrence, Charlotte, N. C. 

YEHLING, George Carl, III, Kansas City, Mo. 

YODER, Larry Alan Reading, Pa. 

YORK, Monica Louise Greenville, S. C. 

YORRA, Mark Nelson Hollywood, Fla. 

YOUNG, Charles Holt, Jr. Raleigh, N. C. 

Tenth row: 

YOUNG, Deborah Laureen, CoUinsville, Conn. 



YUZNA, Druce Jacob 
ZAPPALA, Christine 
ZEESE, Gordon Robert 
ZEIDNER, Daniel Lewis 
ZENGEL, Frederick 
ZIMMERMAN, Todd 

403 



Decatur, Ga. 

Vienna, Va. 

Albany, Ga. 

Leonia, N. J. 

New Orleans, La. 

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The 1966 Chanticleer wishes to express gratitude 
to: 

Dr. Joel Colton and the Publications Board. 

Mr. William F. Griffith, Mr. Allen Parrent, and 
Mrs. Wilkins of the Office of Student Activities. 

Mr. Stephen C. Harward, University Comptroller 
and Chanticleer advisor. 

Dr. Clarence E. Whitefield, Director of Public Infor- 
mation and his staff. 

Mr. Joseph F. Phelps and his wife Lucy and Mr. 
Lloyd Turnage of Edwards & Broughton Company 
for professional help and an enjoyable working 
weekend at the beach. 

Mr. Fay Smith, Mr. James Churchill, and Mr. Wil- 
liam Judd of Smith Studios for fine portrait photog- 
raphy. 

Vantine Studios for prompt delivery of high-quality 
fraternity and sorority pictures. 

Mr. Barry J. Weitz of Wm. Morris Agency, Inc., for 
help in a time of crisis. 

Mr. Peter Julian, for fine photography at a reason- 
able price. 

Those members of the Editorial and Business staffs 
whose hard work and loyalty have made this book. 







J.A.R. 






J.R.F. 




General Staff 




Chuck Alsup 




Jim Peeples 


Ginny Brown 




Kim Richardson 


Fran Darr 




Vicki Robertson 


Joyce Denman 




Merle Schreiber 


Tom James 


Margaret Sheppard 


Bertie Howard 




Rod Snow 


Fran Meyers 




Tom Wilfong 


Pete Neumann 




Joan Wisdom 


Policy Ott 







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Howard Copeland Margie Meyers 



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TRINITY COLLEGE 

Abdella, David D. '69, 137 Crestview Dr., Middletown, N. J. ..284 
Abernathy, Roy F., Jr. "66, 

625 Briarwood Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa 300, 323 

Ackerman, William Jackson '67, 

4309 Stuart Ave.. Richmond 21, Va 202, 302, 357 

Adams, Douglas Glenn '67, 2931 30 St., Rock Island, 111 357 

.\dams, Lee W. '69, Rt. 20, Brimfield, Mass. 
Adams, Robert C. '66, 

895 Davis Dr. NW, Atlanta, Ga 106, 270, 311 

Adler, John M. "69, 1185 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 
Adler, Kenneth Elliot '68, 

4 Upland Rd., New Rochelle, N. Y 304, 369 

Ahmann, Gerald Black '67, 

217 N. 3rd St., St. Charles, Mo 311, 357 

Ahrens, Kenneth G. '69, 61 Elmwood Ave., Chatham, N. J...387 
Albrecht, Jerry Linn '67, 

3001 Vale St., Endicott, N. J 294, 357 

Albright, William U., Jr. '66, 2107 Ruffin St., Durham, N. C...323 
Alden, John Thomas '67, 

303 N. College St.. RockviUe, Ind 158, 212, 220, 284, 357 

.'\lexander, Bruce J. '66, 

41 Prescott Ave., White Plains, N. Y 276, 323 

Alexander, James P. '66, 

149 Terrell Mill Dr., Marietta, Ga 214, 298, 311 

Alexander, Randolph Foote '67, 

1609 Ridge Ave., Evanston, 111 276, 357 

Alexander, Randolph J. '69, 

Rt. 1, Sherwood Forest, Brevard, N. C 282, 387 

Allen, Philip H. '66, 216 Parsons Dr., Syracuse, N. Y...1I8, 323 
Alper, Harvey Paul '67, 4722 Gaynor Rd., Charlotte, N. C. 
Alstrin, John C. '68, 422 Abbotsford Rd.. Kenilworth, I11...296, 369 
Alsup, Charles Weldon '68, 

500 Owens Dr., Huntsville, Ala 292, 369 

Alterman, John S. '69, 

12 N. High St., Selinsgrove, Pa 298, 387 

Altman, Charles F. '66, 814 Morningside Rd., Ridgewood, N. J. 
Altmann, Kerbey Taylor '68, 

32 W. Kirke St., Chevy Chase 15, Md 369 

Altreuter, Richard W. '67, 

31 Lockwood Place, Fair Haven, N. J 357 

Alvarez, William J. '66. 3235 Mud Lick Rd. SW, Roanoke, Va. 
Amerv, Joe Alan '67, 

126 Rockingham Rd., Wilmington, Del 304, 354, 357 

Andersen, Dana Kimball '68, 

5 New Woods Rd., Glen Cove, N. Y 369 

Anderson, Charles A. '68, 502 E. Forest Hills Blvd., Durham, N. C. 
Anderson, David L. '69, 

666 49th St. S., St. Petersburg, Fla 302, 387 

Anderson, H. Russell '69. 

3565 Eldorado Dr., Rocky River, Ohio 292, 387 

Anderson, McCutchen B. '67, 

211 S. Heyward St., Bishopville, S. C 357 

Anderson, William Eugene '66, 100 E. Front St., Oxford, N. C...323 
Anderson. William H. '68, 

415 E. Willowbrook Dr., Burlington, N. C 145, 369 

Andrews. Robert D. "66, Rt. 2, Clayton, N. Y 311, 323 

Anna, Timothy E. "66, 1001 Jeffords St., Clearwater, Fla.. .323 

Anson, Ronald P. "69. 4962 Brywill Cr., Sarasota, Fla 387 

Anthes. Gary Harrison "68, 

324 Snuff Mill Rd., Wilmington 7, Del 272, 369 

Appier, Charles I. '69, 1011 Alice Court, Fairfax, Va 387 

Archer, James Douglas '68, 

5501 Washington Ave. SE, Charleston 4, W. Va 369 



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Archie. William C. Jr. '66, Univ. of Delaware, Newark, Del. ..323 

Arico, Daniel Joseph '68, Rt. 3, Elizabeth, Pa 369 

Armbrecht. David Lee '67, 

7666 Yarmouth Dr., Richmond 25, Va 302, 357 

Armstrong, Charlton P.. Ill "66. 

406 Belmont Ave., Greenville, S. C 288, 323 

.'Vrnett, Carroll Dwight "68, P. O. Box 275, Rowlesburg, W. Va...369 
Arnold, Herman Ross. Ill '67, 

5130 Powers Ferry Rd., Atlanta 5, Ga 106, 268, 284 

Arnold. William '69. 3624 Castle Dr., Waco, Tex 280, 387 

Aronoff, Stephen Louis '68, 5551 Drane Dr., Dallas, Tex...304, 369 
Arthur, Thomas Carlton '68, 

Ferrum Junior College, Ferrum, Va 369 

Ash, Andrew W. '66, 130 Beverly Place, Dayton 19, Ohio 

Ash, John '69, 1260 21st St., Wilmette, III 387 

Ashford, William H., Ill '68, 

152 Biddulph Rd., Radnor, Pa 290, 369 

Astley, Robert F. '66, 

6465 Miami Lakeway, Miami, Fla 106, 284, 323 

Atkins, Jimmy Dale "68, 

1039 N. Main St.. Mt. Airy, N. C 302, 369 

Atkinson, Richard B. '68, 551 W. Main St.. Elkin, N. C...282, 369 
-■Xtwell. Lionel Anthony '67. Skydrift Farm, Willsboro, N. Y. 
.■\uld, Robert Hunt '68, 1404 Oakmont Rd., Charleston, W. Va...284 
.A.uman, James Richard '67, 206 Penny St., Garner, N. C...288, 357 
Averitt, Richard G., Ill '67, 

1300 74th St. N., St. Petersburg 10, Fla 274, 357 

Aycock, Anthony W. '69. 406 Weaver Dr., Lexington, N. C...387 
Aycock, Thomas J. '69, 

2769 N. Chadwick Dr., Mobile, Ala 294, 387 

Bachelder, David Macleod '68, 

709 E. Cecil St., Apt. 4, Neenah, Wis 284, 369 

Backus, Michael E. '66, 

Dogwood Acres, Rt. 6, Johnson City, Tenn 290, 324 

Bacon, David Gardner '68, 

401 Newfield St.. Middletown, Conn 369 

Baggs, William Jerold '67, 

Rt. 1, Box 86, Centerville, Va 298, 357 

Bailey, David J. '69, P. O. Box 2, Griffin, Ga 271, 387 

Bailey. James H., Jr. '68, Box 1916, Raleigh, N. C 290 

Bailey, Robert W. '69, Box 26, Woodleaf, N. C 387 

Baker, William H. '66, 

771 McDonough Blvd. SE, Atlanta, Ga 276, 324 

Ballew, Steve Early '67, P. O. Box 362, Inman, S. C 180, 357 

Ballou, Charles Wilkins "67. 

The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, W. Va 357 

Ballowe. William R. '69, 3822 S. 16th St., Arlington, Va 387 

Balog, Michael C. '69, 417 Tryon St., Burlington, N. C. .274, 387 
Banker, Michael Ian '68, P. O. Box 96, Conklin, N. Y...304, 369 
Banta, Robert Mason '68, 

1520 Palisades Dr.. Appleton, Wis 285, 369 

Banzhaf, Henry B. '68, 2815 E. Lake Bluff, Milwaukee 11, Wis. 
Barbare, Drayton W. '66, 

1516 India Hood Rd., Rock Hill, S. C 324 

Bargman. Alan Richard '67, 

182 Commonwealth Ave., Buffalo, N. Y 357 

Barksdale, Edgar W., Jr. '66, 

3766 N. Stratford Rd., NE, Atlanta 5, Ga 172, 324 

Barlow. Richard Smith '66. 112 Hillcrest Dr., Bardstown, Ky. 
Barnes, Leroy Robert, Jr. '67, 403 Beaumont St., Fairfax, Va...357 
Barnhardt. Roland T. '69, 

1713 Virginia Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C 274, 387 

Barnhart. Philip W.. Jr. "68, 

2398 N. Quincy St., Arlington, Va 369 



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Barnhart, William G. "69, 

514 Tulip Circle, Clarks Summit, Pa 292, 387 

Barone, Anthonv Andrew '68, 

846 Cornelia, 'Chicago, 111 118, 285, 369 

Barr, Joel '68, 1909 Gerda Terrace, Orlando, Fla 282, 369 

Barrett, Drew James, 111 '67, 

USNSA 133, FPO New York, N. Y 106 

Barringer, Jerry Allen '67, 

203 Franklin Ave., Concord, N. C 106, 278 

Barry, Thomas Ross '67, 

1104 Armstrong Lane, Tupelo, Miss 296, 357 

Barton, Samuel L. '69, 

3540 S. Belmont Rd., Richmond, Va 285, 387 

Bassman, Mitchell J. '69, 

910 Sunset Ave., Petersburg, Va 300, 387 

Baswell, David Lee P. '66, 970 N. Second Ave., St. Charles, 111.. .324 
Bate, Richard C, Jr. '69, 808 Apple Tree Rd., Milwaukee. Wis. ..387 

Bates, Guy P. '69, 808 Kingsbury, Springfield, Mo .296, 387 

Batts, Richard Thomas '68, 936 Gardner Rd., Kettering, Ohio. .369 

Baucom, Thomas L. '69, 275 E. Main St., Frostburg, Md 387 

Bauer, Richard Allen '67, 803 W. Market St., Bethlehem, Pa. 357 

Bauer, Robert G. '69, 403 Far Hills Ct., Towson, Md 387 

Baxter, Thomas W. '66, 

1803 W. Market St., Greensboro, N. C 290 

Baylin, Eric Alfred "67, 

2535 Wrightwood Ave., Durham, N. C 357 

Beale, David Brooks '67, 109 Arnold St., Centerville, Tenn...357 

Beall, Ninian, Jr. '68, Rt. 2, Box 236, Edgewater, Md 369 

Beam, Michael G. '67, 23502 Westwood Rd., Westlake, Ohio 
Beasley, William H., Ill '68, 

3701 Greenbrier Dr., Dallas, Tex 136, 292, 369 

Beasley, William L., Ill '69, Lanier Ct., Tarboro, N. C..-292, 387 
Beath, Andrew Findley '68, 

1741 Golfview Dr., Clearwater, Fla 106, 113, 114, 145, 285 

Beatty, Wayne Arthur '68, Rt. 8, Box 204, Statesville. N. C. 369 
Beck, Alan D. '66, 688 Doblin St., Elmont, N. Y. 
Beck, Laurence David '67, 

Calle de Tres Picos 102. Mexico 5, D. F. Mexico.. 304, 357 

Beckett, Leslie '68, 306 Montgomery St., Blacksburg, Va 369 

Bedinger, Samuel D. '67, 

1031 Beech Ave., Charleston, W. Va 276 357 

Bell, Alexander W. '66, 

3316 Alexander, Shreveport, La 160, 293, 324 

Bell, Dan W. '69, 251 Marchmont, San Antonio, Tex.!. .280, 387 
Bell, James Douglas '67, 

6405 N. Lake Dr., Milwaukee 17, Wis. 133, 272 357 

Bell, Keith Whitman '68, 

6506 Bells Mill Rd., Bethesda 34, Md 369 

Bell, Kenneth Louis '68, Newtown Turnpike, Weston, Conn. 369 
Bell, William Henry, Jr. '68, 

280 Vee Lynn Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa 280, 369 

Bellman, Allan E. '69, 5807 Chillumgate Rd., Chillum, Md 387 

Bender, Douglas Edward '67, 24 W. Empire St., Freeport, 111. ..357 
Bendon, James A. '66, 

2230 NE 17th Court, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 324 

Beninati, Francis A. '69, 

Via San Senatore 6/1, Milan, Italy 286, 387 

Benner, Harry R. '66, 

2401 Pennsylvania Ave., Wilmington, Del 324 

Bennett, Donald Edward '67, 9 Austin Rd., Reisterstown, Md...357 
Bennett, Gregory Charles '68, 406 S. 4th Ave., Maywood, 111. 369 
Bennett, Ronald H. '69, 261 Wesley Cr., Macon, Ga...294, 387 
Benson, Craig Burgess '67, 

4202 Grandview, Memphis, Tenn 272, 357 

Benson, George Goodwin '67, 

34 Hillman St., Pittsburgh 27, Pa 293, 357 

Benson, Lance Stewart '68, 605 Greenwich St., Fails Church, Va. 
Benz, Steven Carl '68, 

3031 Spielman Rd., Rt. 4, Adrian, Mich 291, 369 

Berg, Stefan D. '66, 818 Buchanan Blvd., Durham, N. C. 325 
Berger, Frederick Allen '68, 

7415 Byron Place, Clayton, Mo 304, 369 

Bergeron, Russell J., Jr. '69, 

3471 NW 1st St., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 387 

Bergman, Eric Charles '68, 22 Riverledge Rd., Hudson, N. Y. 369 
Berkey, William Gordon '68, Shirley Ave., Fishkill, N. Y.... 369 
Berkowitz, Leonard Jay '67, 

4420 Toledo St., Coral Gables, Fla 301, 357 

Berman, Gordon E. '69, 

9303 Singleton Dr., Bethesda, Md 305, 387 

Berman, Richard Kenneth '67, 49 Wood Valley Lane, 

Flower Hill, Port Washington, N. Y 305 357 

Berney, Richard Thomas '68, 

74 White Oak Dr., South Orange, N. J.... 305 369 

Bernstein, Jerry C. '66, 206 Thurston Dr., Wilson, N. C. 293, 32*5 
Berson, Robert C, Jr. '67, 3108 Dumbarton Ave. NW, Wash., D. C 
Bertsch. John Roger '66, 

3131 Midland Dr. SE, Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Best, Philip M. '69, 934 EUendale Dr., Towson, Md...282, 388 



Bestic, Philip B. '67, 2525 N. Ridgeview Rd., Arlington, Va...301 
Bethel, James Eugene '67, 

8 Ridgewood Rd., Rome, Ga 272, 311, 357 

Beyer, Alexander W. '69, 107 Hillair Cr., White Plains, N. Y.' 388 
Big, Neil A. '69, 9 Donelson St., Ft. Bragg, N. C. 388 

Bingham, Frederick C, III '68, 

Mineral Mining Co., Kershaw, S. C 285, 357 

Billings, Harold D. '66. 213 Cascade St., Mooresville, N. C. 325 
Binder, Bert E. '69, 104 Pearl St., Lawrence, Me...230, 305, 388 
Bingham, James Hugh '68, 

314 East Center St., Lexington, N. C 106, 370 

Birkel, J. Wayne '66, 439 Mosley Dr., Charlottesville, Va. 325 
Birkhead, David Keehn '67, 

653 Queen Anne Terrace, Falls Church, Va. 202 

Bischoff, Douglas K. '66, 

9 Kautilya Marg, New Delhi 21, India 276, 32'i 

Bishopric, Robert L. '69, 

740 Coronado Ave., Coral Gables 43, Fla 388 

Bitterman, Kim Allan '67, 

3717 Chesterfield Dr., Washington 22, D. C. 172 293 357 
Bivins, William P., Jr. '67, 

2343 Hunterfield Rd., Maitland, Fla 358 

Black, Loyd Hall, Jr. '66, 2960 King Alfred Dr., Macon, Ga. 325 
Blackshear, William M., Jr. '66, 

1215 West 1 1th St., Panama City, Fla 325 

Blackwelder, Blake W. '67, 3419 Lowell St. NW, Wash. 16, D. C. 

Blake, Robert Lincoln, Jr. '67, 609 Ruby St., Durham, N. C 358 

Blakely, John T. '66, 1810 Sherwood Dr., Beloit, Wis 285, 325 

Blanchard, James R., Jr. '69, 

432 Harpersville Rd., Newport News, Va 271 

Blattau, Steven Joseph '68, 1 1 St. Ives Dr., Severna Park, Md...370 
Bleckwenn, Brian Michael '68. 

710 Barbara Blvd., Franklin Sq., Long Island, N. Y 370 

Blitch, James B., Jr. '66, 6104 Backlick Rd., Springfield, Va. 325 
Blitzer, Sidney M., Jr. '66, 

2445 Terrace Ave., Baton Rouge, La 305 325 

Blue, Neill J. '69, 209 E. 3rd Ave., Red Springs, N. C...286', 388 

Blunt, Peter H. '67, 2075 Ash St., Denver, Colo 294, 358 

Boaz, Wayne M. '69, 532 Mokena Dr., Miami Spgs., Fla. 302, 388 
Bodkin, Robin Orr '68, 

2617 Glendale Ave., S. Charleston, W. Va... 106 

Boehm, Gerhard Arnold W. '67, 

1311 Hermitage Ave. SE, Huntsville, Ala. 
Boehm, Michael William '66, 

115 Woodlawn Dr., Chattanooga, Tenn 294 

Boger, John Charles '68, 

111 Country Club Dr., Concord, N. C 370 

Boger, Kenneth Snead '68, 

111 Country Club Dr., Concord, N. C 200 

Boggess, Blake Ramage '68, 

222 Locust Ave., Fairmont, W. Va 370 

Bonavita, John A. '69, 407 44th St., Union City, N. i...288, 388 
Bond, John Buchanan '68, 

Qtrs. 2508 A. 25th Loop, Sandia Base, N. M 302, 370 

Booher, Kermit R., Jr. '67, 27 Meadowcrest, Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Boone, Worth Howard, Jr. '67, 

2801 Carolina Ave., Roanoke, Va 294 

Boop, John M. '66, 5160 Emory Circle, Jacksonville, FJa. 325 
Booth, Robert H., Jr. '69, 

P. O. Box 152, Gibson Island, Md 293, 388 

Borasky, Michael R. '69, 

525 Thayer Ave., Apt. 212, Silver Spring, Md 298, 388 

Borgmann, William F., Jr. '66, 

1137 Illsley, Fort Wayne, Ind 326 

Boswell, Louis K. '69, 

1071 Pennfield Rd., Cleveland Hgts., Ohio 276, 388 

Boswell, Peter Bruce '68, 1419 National Ave., Rockford, I1I...370 
Boughner, Robert F. '68, 

4140 Lebanon Church Rd., West Mifflin, Pa 370 

Boughton, James M. '66, 

2105 Crestview Court, Lafayette, Ind 210, 326 

Bovard, Brian E. '66, 

5960 Indian Trail, Sylvania, Ohio. .66, 266, 267, 281, 326 
Bovender, Jack Oliver '67, 

Rt. 2, Rural Hall, N. C 283, 358 

Bowcott, Gregory J. '69, 

10 W. Geyer Lane, St. Louis, Mo 294, 388 

Bowen, Frederick Hardy, Jr. '67, 

4102 Ortega Forest Rd., Jacksonville 10, Fla. 

Bowers, William R. '66, Rt. 3, Butler, Ind 326 

Bowman, Frank L. '66, 

7061 Palermo Dr., Chattanooga, Tenn 271, 326 

Box, Patrick '68, 7843 Wildwood Rd., Jacksonville, Fla 370 

Boyarsky, Myer W. '69, 

2713 Sevier St., Durham, N. C 208, 301, 388 

Boyd, Richard C. '69, 

8560 Howard Dr., Williamsville, N. Y 288, 388 

Boyer, Barry '66, 

5801 SW 86th St., Miami 43, Fla 267, 281, 326 



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Boyle, William J., Jr. '66, 
235 Bunkers Cove Rd., 

Bradley, Samuel M. '66, 
2324 N. Powhatan St., 

Bragg, Alfred O. '69, 
2565 Habersham Ave. 



Panama City, Fla 326 

Arlington 5, Va 233, 326 



Columbus, Ga 283, 388 

Braibanti, Ralph Lynn "67, 2614 Stuart Dr., Durham, N. C...358 
Brannon, Donald Ray '68, 

601 Johnson Ave., Graham, N. C 106, 271, 370 

Branse, Mark K. '69, 3314 Weller Rd., Silver Spring, Md 388 

Braren, Richard E. '68, 455 Poinciana Dr.. Sarasota, Fla 276 

Brasher, John L. '69, 265 Kinderkamack Rd., Westwood, N. J. .388 
Brater, Carl Timothy '67, 1503 Brooklyn, Ann Arbor, Mich. ..295 
Brater, Donald Craig '67, 104 Hillside Rd., Oak Ridge, Tenn...296 
Braun, Jory Lewis "67, 

2255 Lenox Rd. NE, Apt. C5, Atlanta, Ga 305, 328 

Breedlove. Kendall H. "67, 2629 N. Florida St., Arlington, Va...358 
Brenizer, Jon Wendell '68, 116 W. Florida Ave., Urbana, 111. ..370 
Brent, Robert S. '69, 12 Doane Rd., Barrington, R. L..283, 388 
Bridge, Arthur '68, 2144 Thornwood Ave., Wilmette, 111. 
Bridge, Thomas Peter '67, 

312 Glendale Dr.. Chapel Hill, N. C 358 

Bridgers, Barrie L. '69, 

4006 Linwood Rd.. Columbia, S. C 297, 388 

Brigham, James Remmers, Jr. '67, 

909 Chautauqua St., Carbondale, 111 298, 358 

Brim, Thomas P. '66, Rt. 2, Mount Airy, N. C 326 

Britt, Wade Hampton, III '68, 37 Knob Hill Dr., Summit, N. J. .370 
Britton, Charles V. '69, 1010 Wateree St., Kingsport, Tenn. .388 
Britton, Ernest L. '66, 1010 Wateree St., Kingsport, Tenn. 
Brodie, George F. '67, 469 Officer Cr. E., Robins AFB, Ga. 
Bromfield, Wayne A. '69, 

RD 1 Westlawn, Lewisburg, Pa 278, 388 

Bromstead, Brian E. '69. 

215 Keith Ave., Waukegan, III 129, 385, 388 

Bronson, Albert Michael '68, 

3545 Bankhead Ave., Montgomery, Ala 305 

Brooks, Howard Richard "68, 

427 Cumberland St., Lebanon, Pa 370 

Brooks, James Clyde '67, 

35 Alden Ave. NW, Atlanta 9, Ga 303, 358 

Brooks, John M. '69, 

7 Pembroke Terrace, Danbury, Conn 281, 388 

Brooks, Stephen C. '69, 905 Greenway Lane, Richmond, Va...388 
Broske, Stuart P. '67, 

1457 Edwards St., Huntington 1, W. Va 285, 358 

Bross, Gary Wayne '68, 

7420 Hampson St., New Orleans 18, La 370 

Browder, David Castner '68, 

3253 Beals Branch Rd., Louisville, Ky 370 

Brown, Archie Watt, Jr. '67, 

207 Lenoir St., Morganton, N. C 358 

Brown, Clinton Marion, Jr. '68, 

174 Hedgerow, Rt. 2, Lewisville, Tex 370 

Brown, Jack G. '69, 72 W. Lakeside Ave., S. Ft. Mitchell, Ky...388 
Brown, Murray L. '69, 124 N. Riverside Dr., Edgewater, Fla. 
Brown, Paul D. '69, 1100 Prospect Ave., Plainfield, N. J.. .388 
Brown, Steven Ravett '67, 4607 Norwood Dr., Chevy Chase, Md. 
Brown, Timothy Scott '66, Stonewall Farm, Sharon, Conn. 



Brown, Wyatt L., Jr. '68, 

1905 E. 6th St., Greenville, N. C 138, 208, 370 

Brownstein, Kenneth R. '66, 

8823 Forest View, Skokie, 111 305, 327 

Broyles, John Douglas '66, 

2132 Buckingham Rd., Raleigh, N. C 327 

Bruce, James W. '66, 

1300 Clifford Rd., Wilmington 5, Del 230, 311, 327 

Bruhwel, Roger Alfred '67, 

4816 Lamont Dr., Charlotte 9, N. C 172, 358 

Bryant, Michael L. '66, 

717 N. Indian River Dr., Cocoa, Fla 65, 212, 220, 285. 327 

Buchholz. William A. '69, 

2549 Middle River Dr., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 389 

Buck. George S. "66, 4059 Abingdon Rd., Charlotte, N. C...278, 327 

Buck, Peter C. '69, Rt. 2, Box 295-A, Kinston, N. C 389 

Buck, William Peter '67, 

2770 SW Patton Lane. Portland 1, Ore 358 

Bugg, John E. '66, 1544 Hermitage Court, Durham, N. C 278 

Bullington, Richard Earle '67, 

420 S. 57 Terrace, Hollywood, Fla 358 

Burchesky, Kenneth M. '67, 1 Brantwood Lane, Utica 3, N. Y...358 
Burgstahler, Robert J. '66, 6264 Hills Dr., Birmingham, Mich. ..327 

Burkey, David F. '69, 766 State St., Hamburg, Pa 273, 389 

Burns, John G. '66, 1126 Lynbrook Dr., Charlotte 7, N. C 291 

Burns, Stanley T. '66. 4407 Glen Eden Rd., Kingsport, Tenn.. .327 

Burr, Robert M. '68, 20 Raynor Rd., Morristown, N. J 303 

Burton, John Tyson '68, Rt. 1, Thomasville, N. C 370 

Burton, Richard S. '66, 

7 Boughton Hill Rd., Honeoye Falls, N. Y 297, 327 

Burton, Theodore Hughes '68, 

145 Locust Ave., Springfield, Pa 370 

Burts, Richard Clyde, III '67, Box 485, Davidson, N. C 358 

Burwell, James Henry '68, 

110 Homewood Ave., Greensboro, N. C 136, 288 

Butler, Warwick Woods '67, 

Box 2371. San Juan, P. R 139, 274, 358 

Butler, William M. '69, Box 267, Rt. 1, Elizabethtown, N. C...389 
Butterfield, Nicholas A. '69, 

219 E. Elizabeth Ave., Bethlehem, Pa 389 

Butts, Bertie N. '69, 44 Poplar St., Closter, N. J 389 

Butts, John Davis, Jr. '68, 44 Poplar St., Closter, N. J 370 

Byers, Thomas B. '66, Box 350, Forest City, N. C 327 

Byrne, George W. '69, 715 E. Beach, Pass Christian, Miss...291, 389 



Cadwallader. Robert T., Jr. '69, 

67 Bowstone Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa 283, 389 

Cahill. Howard J. '69, 600 S. Washington St., Winchester, Va...389 
Cahill, James D., Jr. '69, 

3915 Haverhill Dr., Charlotte, N. C 299, 389 

Caine, Thomas Powers '67, 

57 Beekman Rd., Summit, N. J 226, 297 

Calabrese, Joseph W. '68. 

4614 Amherst Rd., College Park, Md 106, 109, 113, 114 

Caldwell, James Eugene '*7, 

320 Colonial Rd., Memphis 17. Tenn 291, 358 

Caldwell, Mark Jeffrey '66, 

113 Timothy Ave., Clinton, Tenn 106, 114 




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Calender, Kenneth E., Jr. '69, 

6220 SW 123 Terrace, Miami, Fla 136, 303, 389 

Calestro, Kenneth Michael '68, 

25 Stevens St., New Haven 11, Conn 370 

Call, John L. '69, 622 Chester Ave., Moorestown, N. J. ..299, 389 
Callison, ToUiver C, III '68, 202 Pine St., Gaffney, S. C...162, 370 
Calver. James Stevan '68, 

1614 Oxford Rd., Charlottesville, Va 277, 370 

Calvin, Richard T. '69, 1326 Van Buren St., Hollywood, Fla...389 
Campbell, Dennis Marion '67, 

7909 Oakleaf Ave., Elmwood Park, 111 172, 358 

Campbell, James Barry '67, 46 Marvin Rd., Ormond Beach, Fla. 
Campbell, John L. '66, 

230 Philadelphia Ave., Waynesboro, Pa. .66, 158, 267, 274, 327 
Campbell, Stephen E. '66, 

Orchard Terrace, Graniteville, Vt 291, 327 

Canipe, Walter K. '69, 785 Moores Mill Rd., NW Atlanta, Ga. .297 
Cannon, Eugene Bedford '68, 

366 Lexington Rd., Asheboro, N. C 106, 278 

Caplan, Marc M. '69, 505 Harvey St., Raleigh, N. C 304 

Caphn, Lee E. '69, 4536 29th St. NW, Washington, D. C...273, 389 
Carlo, John W. '66, 

121 W. Cameron Rd., Falls Church, Va 106, 284 

Carney, Eugene J., Jr. '66, 

831 Queens Rd., Charlotte, N. C 281, 327 

Carney, Robert S., Jr. '67, 

500 Colonial Rd., Memphis 17, Tenn 205, 358 

Carpenter, Kenneth G. '69, 

1892 Camellia Dr., Decatur, Ga 161, 389 

Carpenter, Thomas S. '66, 

Ridgewood Rd., Attleboro, Mass 271, 327 

Carrithers, Ashley Kent '68, 

Epping Rd., Gates Mills, Ohio 277, 370 

Carruthers, Robert B. '66, 

1768 Druid Rd.. Clearwater, Fla 283, 328 

Carter, Edward Bates, Jr. '68, 

18 Wayne Dr., Woodside Manor, Wilmington, Del...303, 370 
Carter, Robin Charles '68, 

20 Masconomet Rd., Ipswich, Mass 279, 370 

Carter, Samuel H., Jr. '69, 

Orchard Hill, Ft. Defiance, Va 279, 389 

Carter, Stanley R. '69, Rt. 6, Box 388, Reidsville, N. C 389 

Carty, James B., Jr. '66, 2217 Winding Way, Drexel Hill, Pa...328 
Carver, Alexander H., Ill '67, 

2833 NE 35th Ct., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 271 

Casey, William Joseph Jr. '67, 

1083 N. Montana St., Arlington 5, Va 358 

Castles, Stephen Henry '67, 

Box 420, Big Pine Key, Fla 136. 303, 358 

Cates, Jonathan H. '69, 

5803 W. 77th Terrace, Prairie Village, Kans 389 

Causey, Brent E. '66, 526 Chisholm St.. Sanford, N. C...291, 328 

Caveny, John C, Jr. '69, 315 E. King St., Kings Mt., N. C 389 

Censer, Jack Richard '68, 753 N. Hollywood, Memphis, Tenn. .370 
Chandler, James Gordon '67, 

601 Stillwell Ave., Alexandria, Va 293, 358 

Chaney, Stephen G. '66, 1000 Glen Eden Dr., Raleigh, N. C...328 
Chapin, Walter T. '69, 4163 Hilldale Ave., Memphis, Tenn 389 



Chapman, Robert L., Ill '69, 

1742 Bayou Grande Blvd., St. Petersburg, Fla 299, 389 

Chapman, Walton F. '66, 

Qtrs. 4 Marine Barracks, Wash., D. C 292, 328 

Chapman, Warren Arthur '68, 

207 Denton Dr., Seabrook, Texas 118, 292 

Charlesworth. Donald R. '67, 

1303 Lyndon St., S. Pasadena, Calif 358 

Charlet, James David '68, 4 Sherman Ave., Summit, N. J 370 

Chatham, Kenneth Dale '67, 

317 Southwest Dr., Silver Spring, Md 106, 110, 284 

Checket, Marshall S. '69, 4024 Essex Rd., Baltimore, Md...301, 389 
Cheetwood, John S. '66, 

333 N. Main, Bowling Green, Ohio 230, 328 

Chelius, Gerald Edward, Jr. '67, 

4157 Wagonwheel Dr., Birmingham, Mich. 
Chen, Melvin Chia '66, 2123 Willow Lane, Falls Church, Va...328 
Chenault, David Larkin '69, 

203 Tanglewood Dr., Frankfort, Ky 291, 371 

Chikes. Peter George '68, 

4401 Burlington PI., Wash., D. C 299, 371 

Chisholm, Paul Stuart, Jr. '68, 

95 Revere Rd., Manhasset. N. Y 371 

Choate, John Lee '68, 

2095 W. Commerce Rd., Milford, Mich 286 

Chotas, Elias N. '69, 

212 NW 32 St., Gainesville, Fla 274, 389 

Christian. John Thomas, II '68, 

1312 Dollar Ave., Durham, N. C 371 

Chronister, Carl Stewart '68, 

422 Park Terrace, Harrisburg, Pa 140, 371 

Ciompi, 'Niccolo Arthur '68, 33 Kimberly Dr., Durham, N. C.-.299 

Clark, Charles B., Jr. '69, Rt. 3, S. Merrick Is.. Fla 389 

Clark, Dumont Fasset '67, 674 Franklin St., Denver, Col. 
Clark, Kenneth P. '66, 

2505 Ecclcston St., Silver Spring, Md 230, 328 

Clark, Tommy C. '69, Box 704, Barbourville, Ky..l36, 286, 389 
Clarke. Paul Graham '68, 

1950 SE 21 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 371 

Clarke, William Linus "67, 

4105 Tennyson Rd., University Park, Md 358 

Clatanoff. William B. '66, 26 Franklin St., Annapolis, Md 328 

Clauset, Karl Harold, Jr. '67, 

2532 Buena Vista Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C 212, 358 

Clawson, Tad R. '69, Rt. 24. Mendham, N. J 389 

Clay, Dwight A. '69, 36-C Wabash St., Durham, N. C 389 

Clay, James H.. Jr. '66, 

2349 Westfield Ave.. Winston-Salem, N. C 328 

Clayton, Carlyle A. '66, 

2607 Van Dyke Ave., Raleigh, N. C 292, 328 

Cleveland, Michael E. '67, 

4731 N. Oakland Ave., Milwaukee, Wise 287 

Cliff. William Alan '67, 555 Main St. Apt. 9A, Chatham, N. J. 
Clifton, Guy D. '69, 6100 Dandon Lane, Bethesda, Md...281, 389 
Clifton, William Lacy, Jr. '68, 

2601 Austin Ave., Waco, Texas 172, 277, 371 

Clinton, Howard L., Jr. '69, Rt. 1, Clover. S. C 389 

Close, John P. '68, Plaza Salamanca 9. Madrid, Spain. .204, 287 




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Clotfelter, Charles T. '69, 

4270 E. Brookhaven Dr. NE, Atlanta, Ga 295. 389 

Clyde, Samuel D., Ill '66, 

28 Brookside Rd.. Wallingford, Pa 281, 329 

Cobb, Lawrence Wells '66, 212 Midvale Dr. NE, Atlanta, Ga. 
Coble, Thomas S.. Ill "66, 

2005 W. Club Blvd., Durham, N. C 140, 288, 329 

Cockburn, Nesbitt E., Jr. "69, 

Garth Manor Apts., Scarsdale, N. Y 389 

Coffin, Carl V. '66, 630 Hillcrest Rd., Midland, Mich 287 

Coggin, John Thomas, Jr. '67, 

1222 W. Clinton St., Elmira, N. Y 292, 359 

Cohen, David Louis '68, 

10304 Cherry Tree Lane, Silver Spring. Md 301 

Cohen, Irvin Morris '68, 

4176 Crestheights Rd., Baltimore. Md 304, 371 

Cohen, Michael E. "66, Sunset Dr., Pulaski, Tenn 329 

Coil, James Hubert. Ill '67, 

65 Kingsway, Mobile, Ala 266, 271, 359 

Coker, John Leslie "68, Bo.x 729. Pulaski, Va 281, 371 

Colborne, Robert Alan "68. 

2635 Woodstock Rd., Columbus, Ohio 371 

Colbrunn, Charles R. "69. 19 Royal Oak Dr., Roseburg, Ore.. .389 
Cole, Richard S. '69, 3922 W. Bancroft, Toledo, Ohio. 275, 389 
Coleman, John Lawerence '67, 255 NW 47 St., Miami, Fla.-.279 
Coleman, Patrick Daniel "68, 

7311 Dunleith Ct., Cincinnati, Ohio 283. 371 

Coleman, Richard Lindahl "67, 

6601 Sunset Dr.. Jacksonville, Fla 359 

Coleman, Samuel Thomas, Jr. "67. 

3055 E. 38 PI., Tulsa, Okla 139, 284, 359 

Coleman, Theodore H., Jr. "66, 

6601 Sunset Dr., Jacksonville, Fla 329 

Collier, Mike Warren '68. Rt. 4. Box 327, Ft. Myers, Fla. .280, 371 
Collins, Robert G. '66, 308 Ninianne Blvd., Princeton, N. J. .329 
Colman, John Peter, Jr. '68, 

3305 David Rd., Chamblee, Ga 299, 371 

Comfort, Joseph A. '66, 

421 Kings Highway W., Haddonfield. N. J 293, 329 

Conaway, Stephan W. '69, 

308 S. Marion St., Cardington, Ohio 389 

Cone, Alan Craig '68, 

1781 Hubbard Rd., East Aurora, N. Y 227, 293, 371 

Cone, Arthur R. "66, 

1781 Hubbard Rd., East Aurora, N. Y 106, 293, 329 

Conker. Robert S. "69. 212 Bird Ct., S. Charleston. W. Va 389 

Conn, John M. "69, 23 Knob Hill Dr., Summit, N. J 299, 389 

Conner, Anthony Joseph "68, 

9 Quorn Hunt Rd., W. Simsbury, Conn 299, 371 

Conners, Bruce Hartmann "68, 

57 Kings Rd., Little Silver, N. J 303, 371 

Conroy. Paul Robert. Jr. '68. 

4510 Saul Rd., Kensington, Md 208, 298 

Considine, James Corbin '68, 2500 Neely, Midland, Tex...277, 371 

Coogan, John W. '69, 85 Broadway, Pleasantville, N. Y 390 

Cook, Franklin R. '69, 325 W. Park Ave., State College, Pa. .390 
Cook, Robert Franklin '68, 

5934 Creola Rd., Charlotte, N. C 297, 366, 371 

Cooke. Bruce E. '69, 100 Tanglewood Lane, Newark, Del 390 

Cooke, Russell Y. '67, 21 Addison Lane, Greenvale, N. Y 359 

Coons. John B. '69, 1602 Third Ave., Columbus, Miss...287, 390 
Cooper, Dennis B. "69, 7505 Buckingham Ct., Wash., D. C...390 
Cooper, Larry A. "66. 

2933 Ivanhoe Rd.. Cuyahoga Falls. Ohio 275 

Cooper, Richard A. "66, 2374 Timber Ridge Ct., Decatur, Ga. 
Cooper, Robert Macadam "68, 

11 Lansdowne Estates, Lexington, Ky 283, 371 

Cooper, Walter Alan '68, 1341 Surrey Crescent, Norfolk, Va...371 
Copeland, Howard C. '69, 

1850 Maryland Ave., Charlotte 9, N. C 390 

Copenhaver, William A. '69, 

801 Regency Dr., Charlotte. N. C 297, 390 

Coplan, Markey Beryl "68, 

1619 Wyndham Rd., Columbia, S. C 304, 371 

Coppenhaver, Dorian H. "69, 

2916 Ambergate Rd., Winter Park, Fla 390 

Corey, George N. "69, 205 Lovell Dr., Charleston, W. Va 390 

Corey, Steven James '67, 

900 Maple Rd., Charleston. W. Va 271, 359 

Corwin, James Albert '67, Box 966, E. Hampton, N. Y 359 

Couch, Paul L. '69, 1011 S. Best St., Goldsboro, N. C 390 

Couper. Charles Cowling '68. 

1925 Cherokee Rd., Waynesboro, Va 303, 371 

Couric, Charles Maturon '68, 

1520 Scotland Ave.. Charlotte, N. C 136, 295, 371 

Coursen, Donald Frank '67, 514 Morgan Ave., Palmyra, N. J. 
Covington, Donald K., Ill '66, 

4205 Elsrode Ave.. Baltimore 14, Md 329 

Cowden, Herbert L. '69, 154 Baycrest Dr., Rochester, N. Y 390 



Cowman. Mark Irvin '67, 

519 De Soto Dr.. Buena Vista Park, Eau Gallie, Fla 359 

Cox, Abram Jones, 111 "67, 

804 5th Ave. W., Hendersonville, N. C 280, 359 

Cox. Monty Woodall "67, 1718 Vista St., Durham, N. C 359 

Cozzens, William A. '69, 4410 Enfield Dr., Dallas. Tex 390 

Craig, Francis S.. Ill '69. 3033 McCarroll, Baton Rouge, La.. .390 
Craig, Timothy T., Jr. '67, 

1132 E. Sugar Creek Rd., Charlotte, N. C. 
Crandall, Bowen S., Jr. '67, 

Scientists Cliffs N., 34 B, Port Republic, Md. 
Crane. Harold E., Ill '68, 321 Parkside Ave., Pittsburgh 34, Pa. 

Crary, Donald '68, 5323 Jackwood, Houston, Tex 200, 371 

Crater. Richard Riker "68, 132 Dwight Rd., Springfield, Mass.. .371 
Cra\er. Leonard H., Jr. "67, 

102 Magnolia Rd., Lexington, N. C 289 

Crawford, John C. "69, 1128 N. 32nd St., Billings, Mt...293, 390 

Creamer. Robert B. '69, 3300 Fairfield, Shreveport, La 390 

Creswell, Jay S., Jr. '66, 

802 Summerlin Ave. SE, Orlando, Fla 197, 329 

Cromartie. Thomas Houston '68, Adelaide St., Parksley, "Va 371 

Croom, William P., Jr. "69, 

4300 Tremont St., Lynchburg. Va 161. 270. 390 

Crosland, Jack Weatherly '67, 

3546 Colgate. Dallas 25. Tex 284, 359 

Cross, Charles Joseph '68, 230 E. 239 St., New York 70, N. Y...37I 
Cross, William Wood, Jr. '68, 

910 E. Forest Ave., Neenah, Wis 273, 371 

Cross, Ronald L. '69. 803 SW First St., Richmond, Ind...282, 390 

Crossno, Johnny Leon '67, 211 Whitfield St., Enfield. N. C 359 

Crouch. Gary D. "69, RR 4, Tipton, Ind 289, 390 

Crow. William Cecil, Jr. '67, 

1258 N. Buchanan St., Arlington 5, Va 359 

Crowder, Richard F. "69, 

Rt. 2, Box 198. Mechanicsville, Va 136, 277, 390 

Crowding. Edward F., Ill '67, 

915 Dunellen Dr., Baltimore 4, Md 275 

Crowell, John David '68, 81 Fillmore Dr., Sarasota, Fla 371 

Crowell, James S.. Jr. '69, 

3319 Kenmore Rd., Shaker Hgts., Ohio 302, 390 

Crump, Philip H. '66, 4110 Tuckahoe Lane, Memphis, Tenn. ..205 
Crutcher. Bryan P. "66, 

1514 Scotland Ave., Charlotte, N. C 270, 329 

Cubbison, Edwin Pritchett "67, 

1311 Weber Dr., Clearwater, Fla 359 

Culbreth, John T. "66. RFD 4, Lumberton, N. C 329 

Culver, John P., Ill "69, 

2575 Ridgewood Rd. NW, Atlanta, Ga 390 

Cummings, Jasper Lee, Jr. "68, 

1118 W. Haven Blvd., Rocky Mount, N. C 279, 371 

Cunningham, Kenneth Earl "67, 

28 Wren St., West Roxbury, Mass 275, 359 

Cureton. Kenneth Allison "68, 

20 N. Avondale Dr.. Greenville, S. C 371 

Cutter, Matthew "68. 67 Mill Rd., Durham, N. H 371 

Cutter. Norman Craig "67, 

3117 Weaver Ave., Baltimore 14. Md ; 359 

Cuttino, John Tindal, Jr. '67. 

Rt. 1. Box 125B, Highland Forest Dr., Matthews, N. C 359 



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Daane, Robert B. "69, 

2984 Brighton Rd., Shaker Hgts, Ohio 302, 390 

Dacko, Douglas Mitchell "67, 

105 Reed Ave., Monessen, Pa 298, 359 

Dadson, Dana Irving '67, 

421 SE 4th St., Pompano Beach, Fla 359 

Dai, Tze Ping "68. 2404 Perkins Rd., Durham, N. C. 

Dale, John, IV "69, 112 Linden, Vidalia, La 390 

Dame. Christian William '68, Box 73, Edwards, N. Y 371 

Dameron, Charles F., Jr. '69, 

9450 Folkstone Rd., Dallas, Tex 293, 390 

D'Andrea, Frederick Edward '67, 

111 Ticonderoga Dr., Warwick, R. 1 359 

Daniel, David O., Ill '69, 3820 Somerset Dr., Durham, N. C...390 
Daniel, Henry S., IV '67, Du Pont Far East, Inc., 

Shin-Osaka BIdg., Kita-Ku Osaka, Japan 359 

Daniels, David Longsworth '68, 5420 19th St. N., Arlington, Va. 
D'Annunzio, Albert Michael '68, 

1624 Meyer Ave.. Port Vue, McKeesport, Pa 371 

Darling, Malcolm Breed '67, Lawrence Acres, Groton, Mass. ..359 
Daughterly, Robert F. '68, 

904 Dacian Ave., Durham, N. C 204, 302, 371 

Daul. Charles Reems '68, 

6 Wedgewood Lane, Morristown, N. J 287, 371 

Davant, Charles "68, 

Blowing Rock Hospital, Blowing Rock, N. C 371 

Davenport. James P. "66, 

403 Virginia Ave., Garner, N. C 297, 330 



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Davenport, Richard D. '66, 1212 Central St., Evanston, 111 330 

David, Clifford Baynes '68, 

1237 Campbell Ave., Jacksonville 7, Fla 371 

Davies, James A., Jr. '67, 

102 Artillery Post Rd., Ft. Sam Houston, Tex 359 

Davis, Allan H. '67, 12 S. Wilton Rd., Richmond, Va...273, 359 
Davis, Douglas E. '66, 

12540 Edgewater Dr. 711, Lakewood 7, Ohio 330 

Davis, George Edward '67, 

210 Emery Dr., Nashville 14, Tenn 289 

Davis, Jeffrey W. '69, Split Rock Rd., RED, Syosset, N. Y. .273, 390 

Davis, John Jefferson '68, 2589 Date Ave., Macon, Ga 371 

Davis, Larry Edward '68, 

4507 Columbia St., Portsmouth, Va 106, 271 

Davis. Nicky S. '68, 

20 Whitewood Ct., Huntington, L. I., N. Y 304, 372 

Davis, Wesley S., Jr. '69, 2805 Laurel Lane, Camp Hill, Pa...390 
Dawson, Douglas Scott '68, 

7899 N. Central Ave., Indianapolis, Ind 372 

Day, Gale Unger '68, 1862 Greenwood Rd. SW, Roanoke, Va...372 
Deal, Winfred Watt '68, 

2805 SW 5th Court, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 289, 372 

Dean. John Gary '67, 

107 Edgeroad Lane, Wilmington 3, Del 302, 359 

De Bolt, Lester E. '69, 1760 Oakwood Ave., Columbus, Ohio 
DeCaprio, Jack Irwin '67, 37 Runnymede Rd., Chatham, N. J. .359 
De Carlo, Alan N. '69, 

8 Overlook Rd., N. White Plains, N. Y 390 

Decko, Kenneth O. '66, 

120 Folly Brook Blvd., Wethersfield, Conn 330 

Delaney, Gale P. K. '66, 

1109 SE 9th St., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 291, 330 

Deleot, Charles Frederick '67, 

729 Barnsdale Rd.. Winston-Salem, N. C 273 

Dellerson, Michael '69, 1249 Polk, Hollywood, Fla 390 

Demik, Harry E. '69, 3825 Annlin Ave., Charlotte, N. C 391 

Dempsey, Lawrence H. '69, 

3004 New Hanover Dr., Greensboro, N. C 289 

Denenberg, Steven L. '68, 

270 Willard Dr., Hewlett, N. Y 304, 372 

Dennington, John H. "69, 

886 N. Nottingham St., Arlington, Va 117, 291, 391 

DePriest, Thomas Baxter '68, 

201 Worthington St., Shelby, N. C 372 

DePuey, Ernest G. '69, 4804 Great Oak Rd., Rockville. Md...391 
Derryberry, Jack W., Jr. '69, 

1138 Battery Lane. Nashville, Tenn 391 

DeTurk, William E. '69, 3130 Pickett Rd., Durham, N. C 391 

Devereux, Sean P. '69, 

5118 Shirley, Jacksonville, Fla 136, 158, 296, 391 

Devonshire, James Leroy '68, 

180 Jefferson St., Carneys Point, N. J 106, 279 

Dewar, Sam Davis, Jr. '67, Box 38, Bethel, N. C 273, 359 

De Winter, Walter J. '69, 2 Oak Rd., Mt. Vernon, Ohio 391 

Deyo, Truman E. '67, Box 223, Oxford, Md 280, 330 

Dickens, James Hubert '68, Rt. 3, Box 110, Sanford, N. C 372 

Dickerson, Robert C. '69, 12 S Rose Rd., Memphis, Tenn...l29, 391 
Dickman, Robert M. '69, 

70 Buckingham Rd., Quincy, Mass 301, 391 

Dickson, Richard J. '69, RD 3, Emmitsburg, Md 391 

Dileo, Michael J. '68, 

2 Country Club Dr., Port Washington, N. Y 290, 372 

Dingle, John P. '68, 14 Norman Ave., Fairfax, Va 293, 372 

Dipasquale, John W. '68, 254 Grant St., Buffalo 13, N. Y 372 

Disotell, William James '66, 26 Elva Ave., Youngstown, Ohio-331 
Ditto, John K. '66, 756 Arnold Ave., Greenville. Miss. 
Dixon, John H., Jr. '69. 

2327 Dennywood Dr., Nashville, Tenn 296, 391 

Diz, Harry R. '69, 

1620 4th St., Jacksonville Beach, Fla 277, 391 

Dobson, Stephen B. '69, 3350 Geddes, Ann Arbor, Mich 391 

Dodson. Kemper H. '66, 

1012 Tyne Blvd., Nashville, Tenn 204, 331 

Dolian, Robert P. '69, Revonah Woods, Stamford, Conn 391 

Donnell, Mark Lindsey '68, 113 S. Tarver, Lebanon, Tenn...372 
Donovan, Gregory Alden '68, 

4820 Stillwater Ave., Alexandria. Va 372 

Douglass, Michael A. '66, 1 Ridgewood Dr., Frankfort, Ind.. .331 
Dowdy, William L. '66. 506 Sunset Dr., Lebanon, Tenn. ..234, 331 

Doyle, William S. "66, Hillside Dr., Lowell, Mich 214, 331 

Dozier, Lewis B. '69, 407 Piedmont Ave., Rocky Mt., N. C...391 
Drake, Arthur S. '66, 1888 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem, N. C...331 

Drake, Kelly T. '69, RED 2, Richmond, Ohio 289, 391 

Drake, Robert N. '69, 222 N. Pearl, Granville, Ohio 391 

Drake, Wilton Rodwell '68, Macon, N. C 298, 372 

Draper, Daniel, Jr. '67, 

2171 Glencoe Rd., Winter Park, Fla 290, 359 

Drennen, David Holmes '68, 

8001 Aberdeen Rd., Bethesda 14, Md 136, 272, 372 



Drew, William F., Jr. '66, 

409 Westview Ave., Anderson, S. C 289, 331 

Drulis, Charles Richard '66, 

13 Tealbrook Dr., Ladue 41, Mo 106, 109 

Dubin, Alan Leslie '67, 

8519 Stevenswood Rd., Baltimore 7, Md 304 

DuBose, David McClean '68, RED, Gable, S. C 275, 372 

DuBose, Howard McRoy, Jr. 68, 2130 Benford, Lakeland, Fla...372 

Dubuar, James F. '69. 8 S. Main St., Sherburne, N. Y 296 

Ducker, Stuart Reiley, III '67, 

223 Harmon Blvd., Dayton 19, Ohio 298, 359 

Duff, John A. '69, 540 N. Mayflower, Lake Forest, 111 391 

Duke, Thomas A. '69, Jersey Ridge Rd., Maysville, Ky...l80, 391 
Dunaway, David H. '67, 

607 Jarman, Jacksonville. N. C 106, 112, 293 

Duncan, Douglas Wadsworth '69, 

2213 Roswell Ave., Charlotte 7, N. C 282 

Dunn, Charles W. '69, 

1215 Oakwood Dr., Rocky Mount, N. C 391 

Dunn, Jeffrey David '66, 

2860 San Fernando Rd., Jacksonville, Fla 298, 320, 331 

Dunnington, Gansevoort H. '68, 

2307 W. 18th St., Wilmington, Del 282 

Durrett, Joseph Park '67, 

2416 Sunset Dr., Tampa 9, Fla 162, 266, 282, 360 

Dussia, Evan E. '69, 1117 Lasswade Dr., Tallahassee, Fla. ..292, 391 
Dybdahl, Ryan R. '69, 2319 N. Yale, Wichita, Kans...301, 391 
Dye, Alan Page '68, 530 Washington Ave., Eustis, Fla.. .272, 372 

Dye, Joseph E. '69, RED 3, Anderson, S. C 391 

Dziuban, Robert L. '69, 

314 W, Columbia St., Falls Church, Va 286, 391 



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Eason, Frederick Jackson '67, 

106 Pleasant St., Spindale, N. C 302, 360 

Echols, Paul Clinton '66, 

680 Palmera Ave., Pacific Palisades, Calif. 
Eckhardt, Willard L., Jr. '69, 

206 Bingham Rd., Columbia, Mo 285, 391 

Edens, Thomas A., Ill '69, 70 Paisley Park, Sumter, S. C 279 

Edgar, Christopher L. '68, 

1534 Crestway Dr., Rt. 5, Athens, Tenn 275, 372 

Edgerton, Charles N., Jr. '67, 

1600 E. Mulberry St., Goldsboro, N. C 360 

Edgerton, Donald K. '66, 

Rt. 6, Box 356, Goldsboro, N. C 234, 331 

Ediow, Robert Blair '68. 

2861 Brandy wine St. NW, Washington 8, D. C 372 

Edwards, Daniel K., Jr. '69, 

406 Buchanan Blvd., Durham, N. C 391 

Edwards, David J. '66, 1700 High St., Durham, N. C...285, 331 
Edwards, Joseph Byron '68, 

610 W. Polo Dr., Clayton, Mo 298, 372 

Eggleston. John Fred, Jr. '68, 

6708 Tuckassegee Rd., Charlotte, N. C 372 

Ehrhardt, Rolf Frederick '67, 

547 Overwood Dr., Akron 13, Ohio 360 

Eisenacher, Craig E. '69, 

50 St. Stephens Lane W., Scottia, N. Y 272, 391 

Eitel, James Riley '69, 10745 S. Seeley, Chicago 43, III 281 

Elliott, David U., Jr. '69, 

1450 Waylon Ave., Norfolk, Va 298, 391 

Elliott, James V. '66, 177 Frederick Ct., Los Altos, Calif 331 

Elliott, Jeffrey Lance '68, 

200 Valley Rd., Montclair, N. J 145, 372 

Elliott, William B. '66, 

1503 Richardson Circle, Hartsville, S. C 210, 331 

Ellis, Frampton E., Ill '67, 

5308 Portsmouth Rd., Washington 16, D. C 296 

Ellis, Robert Lindley '68, 322 C. Fenwick Rd., Ft. Monroe, Va...372 
Elmendorf, Jon Rice '68, 

102 Buckingham Dr., Evansville, Ind 299, 372 

Emslie, Richard H. '66, 114 Gyles Rd., Aiken, S. C 302, 332 

Englar, John D. '69, 

228 Homevale Rd., Reisterstown, Md 282, 391 

Engle, Russell W. '66, 26045 Ross Dr., Detroit, Mich 332 

English, Peter C. '69, 136 Ball Rd., Mt. Lakes, N. J 272, 391 

Erickson, Robert Alan '68, 

5454 Avenida Del Mare, Sarasota, Fla _ 372 

Ervin, Reid Hart '66, 

115 77th St., Virginia Beach, Va 214, 292, 332 

Erwin, William R. '69, 

4732 Thornhill, Shreveport, La 208, 274, 391 

Eskridge, James H., Jr. '69, 

4214 Kingswood Rd., Charlotte, N. C 391 

Esterline, Jacob A. '69, 

Box 574, Fort Amadur, Canal Zone 230, 392 

Estey, James Arthur '67, 

730 Ogden Ave., Swarthmore, Pa 272, 360 



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Etheridge, Richard G. '69, Box 132. Woodleaf, N. C 392 

Etheridge, Larry Clayton "68, 

3603 Hycliffe Ave., Louisville, Ky 288, 372 

Evans, John Oliver, Jr. '68, 

2201 Beechridge Rd., Raleigh, N. C 372 

Evans, Ronald G. '67, 3516 Glaser Dr., Dayton, Ohio 296 

Everstine. Richard L. '69, 369 E. 250 St., Euclid, Ohio 285 

Ewald, Frederick H. '66, 

3835 S. Miller Way, Birmingham, Mich 144, 281, 332 

Eysenbach, Wendell Elliot '67, 

2484 Lyndhurst Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C. 



"* Fackler, Peter C. '66, Jondel Farm, Embreeville, Pa...281, 332 
Failing, George R., Jr. '69, 

212 Miller St., Westernport, Md 277 392 

Fallat, Andrew G., Jr. '69, 

28 S. 16th St., Allentown, Pa 290, 392 

Falcone, David J. '66, 1402 Woodburn Rd., Durham, N. C. .297 
Farber, Harrison W, '69, 

228 Emerald Hill Dr., Washington, D. C 392 

Farber, Mark B. '66, 410 Oak Hill Rd., Petersburg, 'Va. 290 
Farlow, John W. '69, 

1014 Twyckenham Dr., Greensboro, N. C... 392 

Farrah, Jere Tiffin '67, Sunview Dr., Glen Cove, N. Y... 172, 360 
Farrington, Buford L. '69, 1409 Kansas, Joplin, Mo... 161, 281, 392 
Fassino, Stephen '67, 5 Stafford Ave., Woodbury, N. Y. 
Fay, Robert Woods '68, 707 Knox Rd., Villanova, Pa.. .295, 372 
Fay, Wayne R. '66, 707 Knox Rd., Villanova, Pa. 295, 332 

Feely, Patrick Scott '68, 

Ivy Hill Mt. Ave.. Mountainside, N. J 143, 372 

Feichtinger. Gary R. '68, 5618 N. 33rd St., Arlington, Va 372 

Felton, George E. '69, 301 Lafayette St., Marion, Ohio.. ..299, 392 
Fenstermacher, Geoffrey M. '66, 

5212 Oleander, Drexel Hill, Pa 292 

Fentin, Gary S. '66, 4110 Taylor St., Hollvwood, Fia...3b5, 332 
Fergus, John '67, 333 E. 55th St., New "V^ork, N. Y. 
Ferguson, Ernest E. '69, 200 Lake St., Laurens, S. C...129, 288, 392 
Ferguson, James M. '66, 19 Churchill Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Ferrell, Malcolm R. '66, No. 2 Fleming Circle, Greensboro, N. C. 
Ferris, John '68, 2424 Hamlin Lane, Sarasota, Fla. 
Fichtelman, Jon R. '67, 1750 15th .Ave. N., Lake Worth, Fla. 
Fields, George S. '68, 1950 Hunter Ave., Mobile, Ala...292, 372 
Fields, Glenn D., Jr. '66, 3906 Lake Blvd., .Annandale, Va. 332 
Fillette. Theodore D. '68, 

3976 N. Byronall Dr., Mobile. Ala 161, 293, 372 

Finch, Phillip R. '68, P. O. Box 862, Henderson, N. C... 373 
Finch, Richard M. '69, 

5802 W. 77 Terrace. Prairie Village, Kans 392 

Fmdiay, John B. '69, 3330 Knob Hill Ct., Charlotte, N. C. 392 
Fmeman, Alvin Jay '68, 80-80 Kent St., Jamaica 32, N. Y. 373 
Finger, William R. '69. 

301 Hillwood Dr., Nashville, Tenn 288 392 

Finklea, Samuel L., Ill '67, 

Sun View Lake, Rt. 4, Columbia, S. C 360 

Fischer, Kenneth Clyde '67, 

385 E. I8th St., Brooklyn 26, N. Y 360 

Fisher, John D. '69, 1216 Chestnut St., Wilmette, 111 392 

Fisher, William R. '67, No. 4 Lynton Lane, Pittsburgh, Pa 360 

Fitts, Sanford B., Ill '66, 

519 Oaklawn Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C 332 

Fitzgerald, John Edmund '66, 603 8th St., Altavista, Va 333 

Fitzner, James R. '68, 

26 W. 144 Blackhawk Dr., Wheaton, III 272 372 

Fleck, Donald R. '66, 

43-01 169 St., Flushing 58, N. Y 197, 302 333 

Fleet, Jack "67, 

825 Waterman Rd. S., Jacksonville 7, Fla 305, 360 

Fleischer, Leslie R. '69, 2013 Beechwood Rd., Hyattsville, Md. 
Fleming, Robert Fuller '66, 

Rt. 2, Box 319, Henderson, N. C 230, 333 

Flick, Michael Robin '68, 

Sierra Vertientes 585, Mexico 10 D F, Mex 299 

Fody, Edward P. '69, 426 Cornwall St., Baltimore, Md.... 392 

Foeller, Carl W., Jr. '68, 114 Brunswick Dr., Warwick, R. I. 372 
Foland, William J. '69, 

American Embassy, Khartoum, Sudan. 292 392 

Fondren, Frank B., Ill '67, 

302 Jackson St., Roanoke Rapids, N. C 106, 297 

Foran, Michael B. '69, 1420 Hagood Ave., Columbia, S. C 392 

Ford, Hoyt S. '67, RFD 3, Lumberton, N. C 299 

Ford, Nelson M. '69, Horseshoe Hill, Hockessin, Del. .273, 392 

Foreman, John W. '69, 5815 Oland Dr., Hyattsville, Md.._ 392 

Forgy, Byron K. '68, 

2725 NE 25th Court, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 274, 373 

Forth, David Stephens '68, 

3321 Heywood Ave., Roanoke, Va 299, 373 

Forth, Paul T., Jr. '66, 3321 Heywood Ave., Roanoke, Va...299', 333 



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Foushee, Sam L., Jr. '66, 

1524 Fairfax Rd., Durham, N. C 234 333 

Fowler, James T., Ill '66, 

24 Rivo Alto Canal, Long Beach 3, Calif. 333 

Fox, James Robert '68, RFD 5, Box 593, Hickory, N C 278 373 
Fox, Richard F. '69, 7601 Biscayne Rd., Richmond, Va. 30o' 392 
Fox, Robert Edward '68, 

4920 Wakefield Chapel Rd., Annandale, Va. 373 

Foxley, Griffith W. '66, 

Blueberry Hill Rd., Weston, Conn 291 333 

Foyle, Robert Michael '68, 

115 Diamond Bridge Ave., Hawthorne, N. J. 106 278 

Francis, Robert D. '69, W. Jefferson, N. C. 129' 392 

Frank, Alan H. '66, 

12525 Jaqueline 31 W., Meqvon, Wis 186, 267 300 333 

Frank, Grady C. '69, 2509 Coventry Rd., Alexandria, Va "'94 39'> 
Franklin, Earl R., Jr. '69, 2605 Wade Ave., Raleigh, N. C ' 392 
Franks, Douglas M. '69, 

3410 Mountainbrook Rd., Charlotte, N. C 392 

Eraser, Craig Booth '68, 

8133 Juniper Dr., Shawnee Mission, Kans. 373 

Eraser, Walter Bayard '67, 

1301 Birdsall St., Old Hickory, Tenn 273 

Frazier, Donald Hoagland '68, 

8290 Remington Dr., Pittsburgh 37, Pa 282 373 

Frediani. Dale Steven '67, Rt. 2, Manlius, N. Y.... 294^ 360 
Freedman, Leon Davis '68, 64 Sunset Rd., Bay Shore, N. Y*. 299 
Freeman, Barney L., Ill '69, 

1 St. Dennis Dr., Charleston, S. C... 297 39'' 

Freeman, Daniel W. '69, E. Mt. Kirk Ave., Eagievilie, Pa ' 392 
Freeman. John R. '66, 

Newgate Rd., East Granby, Conn 198 273 333 

Freeman, Millard Philip '66, 

1312 Meadowbrook Rd., Asheboro, N. C 291 333 

Frenzel. James Charles '67, 

3950 Bristol Rd., Durham, N. C 162 360 

Friedland, James T. '69, 8 Pine Court, Westfield, N. J. 305 392 
Friedman, Frederic G. '69, 18 Edgewood Ct., Decatur III ' 392 
Friedman, Larry A. '66, 

810 Hyde Court, Silver Spring, Md 206, 300 333 

Friesen, Robert Hattan '68, 

3725 W. 64th St., Shawnee Mission, Kans.. 299 373 

Fritz. Robert Leslie '68, 

22 Pennsylvania Ave., Flemington, N. J. 288 373 

Froelich, Philip N. '68, 

725 Blackwood Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C 373 

Frohwirth. Richard Arnold '67. 

35 Livingston St., Fairfield, Conn 360 

Frost, Jack Nowell '67, 

623 Oaklawn Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C 360 

Fuller, Ford Prioleau '67, Hq. SETAF Comptroller, 

APO 168. New York, N. Y 291 360 

Fuller. George C. '69, 710 Forest Hgts. Dr., Knoxvilie, Tenn.' 392 
Fuller, Richard Boiling '68, 

2923 Bellevue Terrace NW, Washington 16, D. C. 294, 373 
Fuller, Russell Benton '68, 

6015 Ranger Trail, Ft. Wayne, Ind 291, 373 

Fuller, Thomas Ralph, Jr. '68, 

1202 Weaver Ave., Johnson City, Tenn 291, 373 

Funk, Laurence L. '69, 630 SW 27th St., Gainesville, Fla. 392 
Fyfe. Charles Raymond, Jr. '68, 

8 Evergreen St., Elk Grove Village, 111 294, 373 

Gabel, Edward A. '69, 

Peacearle Hill Rd., Ridgefield, Conn 283, 392 

Gabennesch, Howard R. '66, 

102 Hartweg Ave., Ft. Thomas, Ky 333 

Gaddis, Geoffrey B. '67, 228 W. Penn St., Butler, Pa. 360 

Gaddis, Steven Earl '68, 303 Creswell Dr., Falls Church. Va. 
Gahagan, Luther P., Jr. '67, 

215 E. 46th St., Savannah, Ga 303, 360 

Gajewski, John Frederick '68, 

1320 Grayton Rd., Grosse Pointe Park, Mich 303, 373 

Gale, Donald Ira, Jr. '68, 24915 Ridge Rd., Damascus, Md...373 
Ganaway, George K. '68, 

3315 Eastview Ave., West Palm Beach, Fla 373 

Garavelli, John S. '69, 3699 Huntingdon, Memphis. Tenn...204, 392 

Gardiner, Henry G. '69, 2520 S. Adams, Ft. Worth, Tex 392 

Gardner, Joseph B., Ill '68, 207 Owens St., Cave City, Ky...373 
Garr, David Ross '68, 

1779 SW 16th Terrace, Miami, Fla 294, 373 

Garrett, Bowman S., Jr. '67, 

Box 269, Rt. 2, Perkasie, Pa 283, 360 

Garrett, Wayne M. '69, 

160 17th Ave. NW, Hickory, N. C 275, 392 

Garrett, William M., Jr. '68, 135 Avant St., Spartanburg, S. C...373 

Garrison. Williams '69, 7301 Shirland Ave., Norfolk 5, Va 392 

Garson, Frank, Jr. '69, 2022 W. Paces Freey Rd., Atlanta, Ga. 



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Gates, Ronald M. '66, 

18 C Harpersville Rd., Newport News, Va 293, 

Gauthier, Joseph H. '68, 15 Lochinvar Lane, Oak Brook, 111. 
Geller, Roger Joseph '67, 

Apt. 4N, 151 Central Park W., New York, N. Y..-273, 
Gentry, Benjamin F., Jr. '68, 

5622 Old Stage Rd., Raleigh, N. C 

Geoffrey, Alan Francis '68. 

2000 S. Ends St., Apt. 612, Arlington, Va 

Gerbe, Ronald W. '68, 

1619 Tulip Ave., North Merrick, N. Y 285, 

Gerken, Thomas Michael '68, 

95 Foxwood Rd., Stamford, Conn 277, 

Gersbach, Carl R. '69, 500 N. Chester Rd., Swarthmore, Pa. 
Gibbs, George Edward '66, P. O. Box 246, Beaufort, N. C... 
Gibson, Herbert M., Jr. '69, 113 Chisholm St., Sanford, N. C. 
Gibson, John McNeill '68, 

709 McLean St., Laurinburg, N. C 298, 

Gibson, Nicholas S. '69, 

3150 Rockingham Dr. NW. Atlanta, Ga 271, 

Gibson, Thomas B. "68. 105 Fall View Terrace, Ithaca, N. Y. 
Giering, John L. '66, 89 Katahdin Dr., Poland, Ohio....281, 
Gilbert, Terry S. '66, 

480 E. Ocotillo Rd., Phoenix, Ariz 210, 281, 

Giles, Geoffrey N. '67, 

208 Old County Rd., Severna Park, Md 298, 

Giles, William F., Jr. '66, 411 E. 45th St., Savannah, Ga...29I, 
Gill, James C. '67, 201 Brewer Ave., Patton, Pa. 
Gillman, Lynn T. '66. 918 Pleasant Ave., Decorah, Iowa. .160, 
Gitenstein, Mark H. '68, P. O. Box 327, Florala, Ala.. .305, 
Gitomer. Mark P. '69, 55 Mont View St., Uniontown, Pa. ..273. 
Glacken. Scott '67, 

5113 Manning Dr., Bethesda, Md 106, 108, 113, 

Glass, Frank W., Jr. '67, 1124 Virginia Ave., Norton, Va.... 
Glass, Richard Casper '68, 

1930 Sycamore St., Bethlehem, Pa 273, 

Glenn, James Harold '68. 

1214 Dorcas Terrace, Kinston, N. C 

Glover, Claiborne V., Ill '69, 

2841 Careygate NW, Atlanta, Ga 

Goff, Charles A. '68, 

P. O. Box 1046, Winter Haven, Fla 303, 

Goins, Herbert Lee, Jr. '68, 

2301 Sharon Rd., Charlotte, N. C 106, 

Gold, Philip W. '66, 856 18th St., Newport News, Va 

Goldberg, Stephen Norman '68, 

3420 Manor Hill Rd., PikesviUe 8, Md 301, 

Golden, David D. '69, 

No. 5 Starcevich a., Pekin, 111 129, 285, 

Golden, Stephen C. '68, 

34 Richbell Rd., White Plains, N. Y 291, 

Goldfarb, Jeffrey A. '68, 214-15 33 Ave., Bayside 61, N. Y.... 
Goldman, Harvey Joseph '68, 

55 Crestview Ave., Madison, N. J 

Goldman, Joel A. '66, 31 Griffin Dr., Kingston, N. Y...305, 
Goldman. Stephen M. '68, 

3091 S. Fillmore Way, Denver 10, Col 301, 

Gonet, Richard Frank '67, 

4007 N. Woodstock St., Arlington 7, Va 

Goodkin, Donald E. '68, 

830 NE 179 Terrace, N. Miami Beach, Fla 

Goodman, Lee A. '69, 2102 Northcliff Dr., Baltimore, Md.. 
Goodrich, William W., Jr. '69, 

4833 N. 30th St., Arlington, Va 276, 

Goodridge, David Ransom '67, 

87 Sandfly Lane, Vero Beach, Fla 

Goodwin, William O. '68, 

612 Country Club Rd., Fairmont, W. Va 227, 284, 

Goodyear, Glenn J. '67, 

Barken Ten Mile Rd., Lumberton, N. C 266, 298, 

Gorden, Thomas F., Jr. '66, 813 Burke St., Raleigh, N. C 

Gorman, Henry '67, 7 Maloclap Dr., Honolulu 18, Hawaii... 
Gosnell, Jack L., Jr. '66, 1015 Kerr Dr., Aiken, S. C...275, 

Goss, Roy Alfred '68, P. O. Box 229, Ashburn, Ga 

Gotlieb, Edward M. '67, 

1333 Stillwood Dr. NE, Atlanta, Ga 136, 

Grace, Walter C. '69, Rural Rt. 3, Carbondale, 111 

Gradman, Alan H. '68, 

5436 Los Santos Way, Jacksonville 11, Fla 305, 

Graham, Andrew T. '67, 2927 Harvard Dr., Madison 5, Wis 

Graitcer, Philip L. '66, 

157 E. Plumstead Ave., Lansdowne, Pa 206, 301, 

Granish, David A. '68, 718 Starlit Rd., Nashville 9, Tenn. 
Grant, Edward D., Ill '67, 

7325 Richards Dr., Baton Rouge, La 202, 360 

Grant, Gordon Fowler '68, 

6301 N. Charles St., Baltimore, Md 138, 212, 374 

Graves, William T. '67, 1213 Watson Dr., Wilson, N. C 360 

Gray, Glen B. '69, 1109 Prestwick Dr., Fairfax, Va 273, 393 



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Gray, John William '68, RD 316-A, Burton, S. C 275 374 
Green, John D., Jr. '69, 

816 Pine Valley Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C 281, 393 

Green, Marc Y. '69, 

Calle Taft 2, Condado Santurce, Puerto Rico.. 304 393 

Green, Philip B. '69. 2001 Grant St.. Evanston, 111.. 230, 286, 393 
Green, Walter G., Ill '68, P. O. Box 621, Burlington, N. C...374 
Greenberg, Lawrence A. '68, 

327 Stratford Rd., AsheviUe, N. C 374 

Greenberg, Leonard D. '69, 

1730 Doncaster Dr. NE, Atlanta, Ga 393 

Greene, James B. '69, 100 Frances St., Auburn, N. Y 393 

Gregory, Claiborne B., Jr. '67, 

636 Lament, San Antonio, Tex 288 360 

Greiner, Derek C. '69, 280 Waring Rd., Memphis, Tenn. ' 393 
Grier, Richard Lowry '67, Rt. 2, Box 1133 A, Charlotte, N. C. 
Griffin, Fred B. '68, 

2704 N. Buchanan St., Arlington, Va 291 373 

Griffith, William P. '67, 26 S. Main St., Marion, N. C. ' 361 
Griggs, Thomas S., Jr. '68, 4411 Palm Lane, Miami 37, Fia...284 
Grigsby, John T., Jr. '67. 

5300 Caledonia Rd., Richmond, Va 284, 335 

Grimwood, James M. '69, 152 Laurel Hill Dr., Burlington, Vt! 393 
Gross, Richard R. '67, 116 Orange Ave., Cranford, N. J.. . 361 
Gross, Stephen R. '69, 

209 Camden Rd. NE, Atlanta, Ga 271 384 

Gross, William H. '66, 11791 Plateau, Los Altos, Calif. 
Groves, Nicholas T. '67, 

1142 Washington Ave., Winter Park, Fla 361 

Guckenberger, Wayne Bing '67, 

546 Wpodbrook Lane, Cincinnati 15, Ohio.. . 145 273 

Gudger, William D. '69, Rt. 3. Box 93, Candler, N. C. 393 

Guess, Gregory T. '69, 508 Mohegan Trail, Frankfort, Ky. 393 
Guest, James H. '69, 17 Nelson St., Savannah, Ga...301, 393 
Gustafson, Eric W. '66, Rio Guayalevo, 

304 Nte., Colonia Del Valle, Monterrey, Mexico.. 286, 336 
Gutekunst, John W. '66, 

55 Grandview Ave., Sellersville, Pa 106, 112, 140, 297 

Guth, David L. '66, 6434 Hartwatt St., Baltimore, Md. 31l' 335 
Guthrie, Richard Y. '66, 547 Belleforte, Oak Park, 111. 335 

Guy, Charles H., Ill '69, 4208 Piatt St., Tampa, Fla. . 278 

Guy, William H. '68, 

6944 Claridge Place, Pittsburgh, Pa 132, 142, 374 

MW Haas, Peter Hudson '67, 191 W. Norwalk Rd., Darien, Conn. 
-■* Hackett, James Davis '68, 

2884 Brewster Rd., Cleveland 24, Ohio 374 

Hackett, Thomas S. '66, Box 105, Lampeter, Pa... 144, 234, 335 

Hackling, Roger W. '68, Rt. 1, Dallas, Pa 374 

Hackney, Edward J., Jr. '66, 3824 Darby Rd., Durham, N. C...225 

Hagar, James N. '69, 21 Cleveland Rd., Caldwell, N. J 393 

Haggar, Douglas J. '69, 7203 N. 3rd Ave., Phoenix, Ariz. 393 
Haigh, Arthur H., Ill '67, 

1347 Doyal Dr., Morristown, Tenn 273, 335 

Haile, Kenneth Lee, Jr. '68, 

314 S. Maple Ave., Cookeville, Tenn 374 

Halderman, John R. '68, 1591 Gasche St., Wooster, Ohio 374 
Hale, Michael K. '67, 

775 W. 50th St., Miami Beach 40, Fla 304, 361 

Halford, Peter '67, 2022 Kakela Dr., Honolulu, Hawaii..283, 361 
Hall, John R. '68, 

1701 Forest Glen Rd., Silver Spring, Md 295, 374 

Hall, Russell B. '69, 7 Hillside Lane, Syosset, N. Y. 

Hall, Samuel T. '69, 1400 Osceola St., Dothan, Ala.. .208, 393 

Hallenbeck. Gerald T. '67, 33 James PI., Catskill, N. Y 361 

Hallowell, John H., Jr. '67, 2709 Augusta Dr., Durham, N. C...361 

Hamill, David N. '69, 1106 W. 43rd St., Richmond, Va 393 

Hamilton, John B. '69, Box 217 OSC, 

Walter Reed General Hosp., Washington, D. C 136, 393 

Hammond, Joseph Samuel '68, 407 W. Hill St., Americus, Ga...374 
Handler, Eric P. '68, 2529 Perkins Rd., Durham, N. C...272, 374 
Hanes, Eldridge C. '67, 

Box 1413, Winston-Salem, N. C 145, 272, 361 

Hanna, Stevan T. '66, 201 Edgewood Rd., Staunton, Va...271, 335 
Hannon, John Robert '67, 

841 Arapaho Trail, Maitland, Fla 275, 361 

Hardekopf, James Douglas '68, 

7010 Carissa Cr.. W. Palm Beach, Fla 374 

Hardin, Marvin O. '66, Box 789, Rock Hill, S. C. 
Harding, Bertrand M., Jr. '68, 

1304 Park Terrace Dr., Alexandria, Va 295, 374 

Harding, Larry S. '69, 135 Riverview St., Spray, N. C 393 

Hardwick, Wayne R. '68, 115 Pompano, Galveston, Tex.. .272, 374 

Hardy, Robert G. '67, P. O. Box 12, Littleton, N. C 279, 335 

Hannon, John Calvin, III '68, 

7412 Carmine St., Annandale, Va 136, 374 

Harmon, Perry Grant, Jr. '66, 

2310 Buena Vista Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C...158, 272, 311, 335 



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Harold, David W. '66, 735 N. Belvedere, Memphis, Tenn 335 

Harper, Edward J. '69, P. O. Box 251, Snow Hill, N. C 393 

Harper, John F. '68, 

1713 Massey Cr., S. Charleston 3, W. Va 374 

Harrell, Haywood S. '69, 

218 N. Elliott St., Elizabeth City, N. C 393 

Harrington, Kent M. '66, 

386 Oakridge Dr., Rochester 17, N. Y 291, 335 

Harris, Henry P. '68, Atlantic, N. C 374 

Harris, Jack, Jr. '68, 4227 Tottenham Rd., Charlotte, N. C. 
Harris, Joe Frank '67, 

4764 Mystic Dr. NW, Atlanta 5, Ga 227, 284, 361 

Harris, Joe Newton '68, 

1446 E. San Miguel, Colorado Springs, Col 275, 374 

Harris, Michael N. '66, 

1752 Homestead Ave. NE, Atlanta, Ga 304, 336 

Harris, Stephen K. '69, Rt. 5, Box 403, Martinsville, Va 394 

Harris, Thomas A. '68, 

305 Victoria St., Greensboro, N. C 276, 374 

Harrison, Fenton F., Jr. '66, 213 Lehn Springs Dr., 

Williamsville 21, N. Y 281, 336 

Harrison, Michael B. '67, 2722 Circle Dr., Durham, N. C. 
Harrison, Russell S., Jr. '66, 

3509 Mossdale Dr., Durham, N. C 336 

Hart, "William J. '67, 2324 Duke Univ. Dr., Durham, N. C...36I 

Hartgrove, Joseph D. '69, Rt. 1, Pfafftown, N. C 394 

Hartley, Henry H., Jr. '68, 

200 Seventh St. NE, Winter Haven, Fla 303, 374 



Heckert, Kenneth M. '69, 

172 Fairfax Blvd., Wilmington, Del 272, 394 

Heitzenrater, Wilson D. '67, 235 W. Pine St., Grove City, Pa. 336 
Heller, John William '68, 

21 Pheasant Dr., Asheville. N. C 283 374 

Heller, Julian D. '66, 

1776 Balfoure Dr., Charleston, S. C 65, 160, 214, 336 

Hellmann, Richard, Jr. '68, 

Clearview Lane, N 5th St., Stroudsburg, Pa 374 

Helstein, Richard S., Jr. '66, 

23 Fenimore Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y 66, 267, 268, 304, 336 

Hemmenway, Peter W. '67, 35 Badeau Ave., Summit, N. J... .290 
Hemphill, David C. '67, 2928 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham, N. C...361 
Henderson, David Martin '68, 

90S Donnybrook, Tyler, Tex 212, 283, 375 

Henderson, Frederick L. '68, 

506 SW 21st Ave., Gainesville, Fla 271 

Hendrich, Peter B. '69, 38 Batview Rd., Wellesley, Mass.. .284, 394 
Henkin, Maurice, Jr. '67, 8206 Aspen Way, Elkins Park 17, Pa. 
Henkin, Russell David '68, 

1028 Conn. Ave., NW Wash., D. C 139, 280, 375 

Henney, Robert R. '69, 6 Euston Rd., N. Merrick, N. J 394 

Henning, Gary W. '69, 1261 Varner Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Henry, Frederick E., Ill '69, 440 Quan Ave., Kirkwood, Md...394 

Henry, James Charles '68, 

3526 Sheridain Dr., Durham, N. C 208, 375 

Henry, James Earl, Jr. '68, 

8112 Corteland Dr., Knoxville, Tenn 172, 375 




Harvey, Kenneth C. '69, 443 Atkins, Shreveport, La 394 

Hasse, Gordon A., Jr. '66, 

210 Loney St., Philadelphia, Pa 267, 272, 336 

Hasson, James K., Jr. '67, 

6425 Sherwood Dr., Knoxville, Tenn 268, 297, 361 

Haswell, Eddy Stearns '67, 16 Beechwood Dr., Wayne, N. J. ..361 
Haughland, Charles C. '67, 

1011 Olympic Nat. Life Bldg., Seattle 4, Wash 230, 361 

Hauser, Mark J. '69, 5969 SW 16 Terrace, Miami, Fla...301, 394 
Haverick, Stephen D. '66, 

272 Eastmoor Blvd., Columbus, Ohio 276, 336 

Hay, Howard C. '66, 8116 Hamilton Spring Dr., 

Bethesda 34, Md 66, 160, 297, 320, 336 

Hay, James Thomas '68, 

1742 Norristown Rd., Maple Glenn, Pa 374 

Haydock, John S. '67, 

3236 Spreading Oak Dr., Atlanta 11, Ga 162, 172, 361 

Hayes, James Craig '67, P. O. Box 4, Marietta, N. C...298, 361 

Hayes, James F. '69, 6229 Knoll Dr., Minneapolis, Minn 394 

Hayes, Robert C. '68, Box 884, Concord, N. C. 
Hayes, Roger G. '67, Rt. 8, Box 469, Monroe, N. C...106, 108 
Heaney, Mark '68, 908 Fariston Dr., Drexel Hill, Pa. .293, 374 
Hearn, James C. '68, 231 Tara Trail NW, Atlanta 27, Ga...283, 374 
Heath, Bayard W. '69, 904 Locust Lane, Robinson. 111. .290, 394 
Heaton, Alan P. '68, P. O. Box 279, Homestead, Fla...275, 374 
Heaton, David W. '68. 13 Chipper Rd., St. Louis 31, Mo...271, 374 
Hejberling, Jon Leland '67, 1001 26 Ave., Moline, I11...293, 361 



Henry, Robert Craig '68, 

1930 Pembroke Lane, Topeka, Kan 296, 375 

Henry, Robert N. '69, 205 South St., Cumberland, Md...ll6, 296 
Heritage, William H., Jr. '66, 

2904 N. Dinwiddie St., Arlington, Va 268, 275, 337 

Hernandez, Michael Dave '68, 

6915 Red Rd., S. Miami, Fla 273, 375 

Herold, Richard A. '69, 

225 N. Gordon Rd., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 293, 394 

Heroy, John N. '67, 23 Forest Terr., West Haven, Conn. 

Herrin, Robert A. '69, 1204 Fairfield Dr., Gastonia, N. C 394 

Herron, John W. '66, 

1952 Montgomery Ave., Villanova, Pa 283, 337 

Hertel, David H., Jr. '69, 

30600 Salem Dr., Bay Village, Ohio 287, 394 

Herzberg, Donald Dale '68, Box 130, Rt. 5, Vienna, Va...303, 375 
Hess, Jeffrey Bruce '67, 

4601 Beechwold Rd., Wilmington, Del 296, 361 

Hiatt, John R. '69, 

Midland Rd., P. O. Box 85, Southern Pines, N. C...280, 311, 394 

Hiatt, Joseph S., Ill '67, Box 85, Southern Pines, N. C 361 

Hibler, Thomas D., Jr. '69, 

2311 Dennywood Dr., Nashville, Tenn 289, 394 

Hickey, Edward J., Ill '67, 4803 Broad Brook Ct., Bethesda, Md. 
Hicklin, Edward M., Jr. '69, 

2507 Saddle Club Rd., Burlington, N. C 117, 271 

Hickman, Scot G. '66, 228 Knollwood Dr., Dekalb, I11...276, 337 
Hicks, Marion L., Jr. '67, 500 Hazelwood Dr., Ft. Worth, Tex...287 



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Hieserman, James Edward '67, 

2202 Stratford Rd., Decatur, Ala 361 

High, William Lank '67, 235 Oak St., Boone, N. C 361 

Might, William P. '66. 

1624 StatesviUe Blvd., Salisbury, N. C. 65, 158, 293. 337 
Hilderbrand, Henry J., Ill '69, 

215 Magnolia Dr., Metairie, La 394 

Hill, Charles A., Jr. '66, 1186 Ghent Hills Rd., Akron, Ohio..337 
Hill, Dan W., Ill '66. 4014 Dover Rd., Durham, N. C...144, 279 
Hill, Rufus Carter '67, 150 Lester, Park Forest, 111. .140, 275, 361 
Hillenbrand, David M. '69, 

44 Turmstrasse, Bad Godesberg, Ger 283, 394 

Hillow, George J., Ill '69, 

3641 Van Ness St., Wash., D. C 290, 394 

Hillson, Marc R. '69, 

155 Mason Terr.. Brookline, Mass 301, 394 

Hines, John Moore '67, 

338 Round Hill Rd., Greenwich, Conn 140, 285, 361 

Hinson, Howard Jeffrey '68, 

1 27 Parkway Dr., Newport News, Va 287 

Hipp, Frederick L., Jr. '69, 

8 Burning Tree Lane, Trenton, N. J 230, 295, 394 

Hipp, Kenneth Byron '67, 

127 Bradford Lane, Charlotte, N. C 302, 361 

Hitch, Robert Russell '67, Spring Acres Rt. 1, Milford, N. J. .361 
Hitchman, Joseph Michael '68, 

132 Summerall Ct., Aiken, S. C 302, 375 

Hoaglin, David C. '66, 103 Gabriel, S. Charleston, W. Va. .302, 337 



Hopkins, David H. '66, 

2016 Myrtle Dr., Durham, N. C 66, 212, 273, 311, 338 

Hopkins, Shelton George '67, 

4527 Ivanhoe St., Houston, Tex 290, 361 

Horn, William Charles '68, Box 4577, Durham, N. C 295 

Horvitz, Gary A. '69, 3115 Eton Rd., Raleigh, N. C...136, 298, 395 
Hosea, Robert H. '69, 

81 Country Ridge Dr., Rye Town, N. Y 172, 395 

Hottenstein, Thomas Brown '68, 

412 Berrysburg, Millersburg, Pa 287, 375 

Houck, Robert N. '69, 

12418 Turner Cr., Omaha, Neb 129, 302, 395 

Houghton, Dudley W. '67, 

214 Country Club Rd., Monroe, La 138, 361 

House, Larry S. '69, 

712 Plummer Dr., Greensboro, N. C 295, 395 

Howard, Deryl J. '66, P. O. Box 1995, Raleigh, N. C 338 

Howard, Stephen Morris '68, 

Alomar St. Mary's Rd., Columbus, Ga 289 

Howard, Wallace E., Jr. '69, 

643 Converse St., Spartanburg, S. C .280, 395 

Howe, Robert Hartley '68, 810 South 4 St., Hamilton, Mont. 
Howie, Robert G., Jr. '67, 

Apt. P 2 1525 Placentia. Newport Beach, Calif. 
Howser, Roy Davis, III '66, 

5702 Long Leaf Dr., Myrtle Beach, S. C 296, 338 

Hoy, John J. '67, 56 Pearse Rd., Swansea. Mass 282, 361 

Hubener, Louis F. '68, 703 NW 19 St., Gainesville, Fla...277, 375 









Hobbs, William K. '67, 1201 Northwood St., Greensboro, N. C. 
Hodgman, Robert S. '69, 104 Kinwood St., Morgantown, N. C...394 
Hoeg, Arthur E.. Ill '69, 

5027 Eighth Rd. S., Arlington, Va 282, 394 

Hoffman, David S. '68, 4424 N. 25 St., Arlington, Va. 
Hogue, Richard Denver '68, 

3330 W. Manor Lane, Atlanta, Ga 375 

Hokanson, Dean Thomas '67, 

3505 Burling Terr., Bethesda, Md 276, 361 

Holbert, James M., Jr. '66, 

415 Park Rd., Lookout Mt., Tenn 285, 337 

Holder, John F. '66, 408 Prospect Ave., 

Highland Park, 111 66, 266, 267, 268, 285, 337 

Hollander, David B. '67, 811 Parkview Ave.. Martinsville, Va. 
HoUingshead, Robert L. '67, 

133 Manhatton Ave., Jersey City, N. J 361 

Hollomon, Quinn G., Jr. '69, 

4907 Newport Ave., Wash., D. C 298, 394 

Holmes, Barry Luther '67, 1110 E. 24 PL, Tulsa, Okla...273, 361 
Holmes, David C. '69, 

53 Maple Rd., Baldwinsville, N. Y 161, 394 

Holmes, Volney M., Jr. '69, 112 Kelvin Dr., Buffalo, N. Y 394 

Holoman, Dallas K. '69, 2912 Hostetler St., Raleigh, N. C...394 
Homer, Edwin N. '66, 

323 Olmstead Hill Rd., Wilton, Conn 142, 337 

Honeycutt, Truett M. '68, 229 Drake Ave. SW, Huntsville, Ala. 
Hopkins, Charles W. '69, 2202 N. 29 St., Richmond, Va 394 



Huber, David Garrett '67, 

490 Westwood Rd., Indianapolis, Ind 361 

Hudgins, Clifton T., Jr. '68, 

6 Overhill Rd., Falls Church, Va 302, 375 

Hudgins, Guy '67, 

3600 N. Ocean Shore Blvd., Ormond Beach, Fla 301 

Huffman Frank J., Jr. '66, 

319 Missouri St., Steele, Mo 65, 160, 267, 298, 338 

Hufford, William C. '66, 

1901 E. Mallory St., Pensacola, Fla 298, 338 

Huggins, Michael Olaf '67, 5523 E. 37 St., Tulsa, Okla 361 

Hughes, David Alan '67, 6748 Avalon, Dallas, Tex 362 

Hughes, Donald E. '68, 5708 Euclid St., Cheverly, Md 199 

Hughes, Lowry Dawson, III '68, 

10022 Doliver Rd., Briargrove Pk., Houston, Tex 296 

Hughes, Terry R. '66, 6 Deer Trail Rd., Saddle River, N. J. ..338 

Hughey, Patrick M. '69, 3404 Mason PI.. Raleigh, N. C 395 

Hughey, John David '69, 4716 W. Franklin St., Richmond, Va...395 
Hull, Terry Wayne '68, 1119 Woodburn Rd., Durham, N. C...375 

Hume, Nicholas '68, 75 Cowdin Rd., Chappaqua, N. Y 375 

Hunnicutt, Bruce Alan '67, 

Crestwood Dr.. Rt. 18, Pottsdown, Pa 362 

Hunt, David A. '68, RD I, Rt. 18, Transfer, Pa 290, 375 

Hunt, David J. '68, Apt. 5222 Del Este, Caracas, Venezuela 

Hunt, Jerry B. '69, 103 E Pawley Lane, Oak Ridge, Tenn 395 

Hunter, David Lamson '67, 79 Orchard St., Leuminster, Mass. .362 

Huntington, William R., IV '67, 2 Lake Dr., Wayne, N. J 299 

Huston, William G. '66, Trefethens Landing, Peaks Island, Me. 



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Hutcheson, Thomas A. "66, 

1000 Chestnut Ave., Wilmette, 111 285, 338 

Hutchins, Cary L. '67, 48 Chestnut Dr., Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. 
Hutchison, Hugh Joseph '67, 

32 Laurel St., Stratford, Conn 302, 362 

Hybarger, Charles P. '66, 4308 Kenny St., Beltsville, Md...297, 338 
Hyde. Robert Todd, Jr. '67, 

386 10th St., Atlantic Beach, Fla 212, 273, 311, 362 



Iceland, Steven D. '66, 32 Marlene Dr., Syosset. N. Y 338 

Iden, Robert Winfield '68, 1267 Lisa Ann Dr., Akron, Ohio..375 
Imershein, Allen W. '66, 6440 SW 82nd St., S. Miami, Fla.. .338 
Ingalls, Robert L., Jr. '69, 1251 Peachtree St., Montgomery, Ala. 

Ingle, Frank W. '66, 2929 Doric Ave., Jacksonville 10, Fla 338 

Ingram, John E. '66, 

167 Tullamore Rd., Garden City, L. I., N. Y...237, 293, 338 

Innis, James R. '66, 102 Nottingham Rd., Richmond, Va 338 

Insel, Michael S. '69, 140 Grove Ave., Albany, N. Y 395 

lobst, Frederick William '67, 

100 Woodbridge Ave., Metuchen, N. J 299, 362 

Irby, George S., Ill '69, Warren St., Raynham. Mass 395 

Irvine, Frank O., Jr. '69, 

1219 Duke Gloucester Dr., Colonial Hgts, Va 395 

Isikoff, Mark L. '69, 1513 Kay Lane NE, Atlanta, Ga 395 

luzzolino, John J. '69, 29 Vine St., Hillside, N. J 279 



Jachym, James G. '67, 148 Dewindt Rd., Winnetka, 111 362 

Jackson, Jay William '66, 1847 Walton St., Petersburg, Va 339 

Jackson, Jerry D. '69, 39 East Lenwood Dr., Sparks, Nev. 
Jacobs, Ivan H. '66, 2520 Kennedy Blvd., Jersey City, N. J. ..395 

Jacobsen, Glenn C. '69, Locust Lane, Huntington, N. Y 395 

Jacobus, Everett F., Jr. '67, 9 Glendale Rd., Madison, N. J 362 

James, Robert Leslie '66, 

914 Snowden Dr., Lake Worth, Fla 293, 339 

James, Thomas, 111 '68, 

240 S. Peterson Ave., Louisville, Ky 230, 375 

Jamieson, Herbert M. '69, Rt. 1, Box 490, Thomasville, N. C...395 
Jarden, George Whitfield '67, 1714 Riverview Rd., Gladwyne, Pa. 
Jarman, John H., Ill '67, 3459 Glavis Rd., Falls Church, Va. 
Jarrard, Jerry Michael '67, 

25 Butler Lane, New Canaan, Conn 274, 362 

Jeffords, Dexter L. '66, 

2 Greenway Flower Hill, Roslyn, N. Y 297, 339 

Jenkins, Gordon Womble '68, 

2137 Warwick Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C 282, 375 

Jenkins, James J. '66, 605 E. Fifth St., Greenville, N. C 339 

Jennings, John D. '69, 

5901 Cooper Rd., Westerville, Ohio 302, 395 

Jensen, Paul Edward '67, 

4126 Presidential Dr., Lafayette Hill, Pa 303, 362 

Jensen, Craig P. '69, 

1520 NE 40 Place. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 297, 395 

Jermgan, Jerry Wyche '68, 

3415 Dogwood Dr., Greensboro, N. C 289 

John, David Vaughn '68, 

929 Magnolia St., Winston-Salem, N. C 273, 375 

Johnson, Brooks S. "69, 102 Westover PI., Lancaster, S. C...287, 395 
Johnson, Bruce H. '66. 

1618 E. 3rd St., Duluth 12, Minn 234, 303, 339 

Johnson, Clifford R. '66, 2701 Cameron Mills Rd.. Ale.xandria, Va. 
Johnson. David M. '66. RD 1, Skaneateles, N. Y...132, 292, 339 
Johnson. Harold A. '69. 

5 Baldwin Lane. Glastonbury, Conn 145, 291, 395 

Johnson, Jeffrey W. '69, 

4875 Northway Dr. NE, Atlanta, Ga 297, 395 

Johnson, Michael Benton '68, 

1139 Mulberry Circle. Charleston. W. Va 274 

Johnson. Melvin J. '69, 3400 S. Delaney. Orlando, Fla 395 

Johnson, Michael E. '66, 4223 S. 36 St., Arlington, Va 339 

Johnson, Michael S. '69, 207 S. Hubert Ave., Tampa, Fla...282, 395 
Johnson, Paul Edward '68, 

3907 N. Chesterbrook Rd., Arlington 7, Va 292, 375 

Johnson, Robert Clover '67, 

3107 Cornwall Rd., Durham, N. C 362 

Johnson, Samuel W. '69, Hamilton, N. C 274, 395 

Johnson, Robert Tracy '68, 

1021 Buckingham Way, Morrisville, Pa 375 

Johnson, Stephen I. "69, 

1417 Chelsea St., Winston-Salem, N. C 395 

Johnston, Stephen T. '69, 

2001 Fairfield Dr., Wilmington, Del 395 

Jones, Douglas L. '66, 

406 Fall River Rd., Houston 24, Tex.. .66, 139, 267, 279, 339 
Jones, Edwin L., Ill '66, 1800 Queens Rd. W., Charlotte, N. C...339 
Jones, Gregory Gilman '68, 

65 Prospect, Hewlett, L. I., N. Y 143, 292, 375 



Jones, Hamill Dice, Jr. '67, 

1402 Claremont Dr., Falls Church, Va 362 

Jones, Joseph W. '68, 2045 Myra St., Jacksonville 4, Fla 375 

Jones, Michael C. '69, 116 Argonne Dr., Durham, N. C. 

Jones, Quenlan M. '69, 65 College PI., Hampton, Va 395 

Jones. Robert P., Jr. '69, 7501 Old Dominion Dr., McLean, Va...395 

Jones, Ross E. '69, 484 Lake Ave., St. Louis, Mo 395 

Jones, Roy Bradley '67, 2622 Pickett Rd.. Durham, N. C. .297, 362 

Jones, William C. '69, 2364 Henry St., N. Bellmore, N. Y 395 

Jordan, David M. '69, 

1520 Lynwood Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C 289, 395 

Jordan, Joseph E., Jr. '69, 11075 First St., Smithfield, N. C. 395 

Jordan, Robert W. '67, 2445 E 36 PI., Tulsa 5, Okla 362 

Jordan, William J., Jr. '66, Rt. 3, Smithfield, N. C. 

Joseph, George E. '69, 34 M Second St., Allentown, Pa 279 

Joynes, Charles D. '66, 

6228 Powatan Ave., Norfolk 8, Va 277, 339 

Jubanowsky, David Lyon '68, 

310 Indian Trail, Mountainside, N. J 297, 375 



Kahl. Stephen Bruce '68, 

222 Watauga Ave.. Corning, N. Y 282, 375 

Kalat, James William '68. 126 Castle Dr.. Kettering, Ohio. ...376 
Kale, Richard B., Jr. '66, 601 S. Fifth St., Mebane, N. C...230, 339 

Kammerer, Hal '68, Box 225. Windermere. Fla 299, 375 

Kaper, Michael J. '69, 

800 Washington St., Baldwin, N. Y 300, 395 

Kaplan, Marc A. '69, 333 Richmar Dr., Birmingham, Ala 395 

Karver, Stephen J. '69, 901 E. 56 St., Brooklyn, N.' Y 396 

Kase, Stephen A. '69, 3100 Cranston, Wilmette, 111. ..287, 396 
Katz, Arnold J. '68, 5139 Beeler St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Katz, Steven P. '68, 717 N. 57 Ave., Omaha, Neb...230, 366, 375 
Katzberg, Richard W. '67, 

765 Hickory Dr., Myrtle Beach AFB, S. C 362 

Kauffman. Bruce L. '67, 

2825 Liberty St.. Allentown, Pa 140, 280, 362 

Kaufhold, Francis F. '66, Box 1073 Christiansted, 

St. Croix, Virgin Islands 186, 234, 236, 277, 311, 339 

Kaufman, John P. '66, 

2511 Cornwallis Ave., Roanoke, Va 289, 339 

Kaye, Jefferson J. '69, 5801 Maynada St., Coral Gables, Fla.. .396 

Keagy, Blair A. '66, 1113 25 Ave., Altoona, Pa 267, 287 

Keen, Donald M. '69, 

1419 East Stop 10 Rd., Indianapolis, Ind 396 

Keenan, William M., Jr. '69, 

1315 Meetinghouse Rd., Meadowbrook, Pa 277, 396 

Keever, John F., Jr. '67, 1021 5 Ave. NW, Hickory, N. C...270, 362 
Keith, Samuel J. '66, 13 N. Casey Key Rd., Osprey, Fla.. .274, 340 
Kellen, Peter W. '69, 5108 Sardis Rd., Charlotte, N. C...277, 396 
Keller, Robert J. '66, 

1844 W. 23 St., Miami Beach, Fla 234, 277, 340 

Kelly, Richard C. '69, 

1009 Woodland Way, Hagerstown, Md 129, 396 

Kelly, Richard F. '69, 

8110 Martindale St., Philadelphia, Pa 396 

Kenerly, William D. '67, 

1040 Roundknob Ave., Salisbury, N. C...161, 172, 299, 362 
Kennedy, James J. '69, 

5308 Falmouth Rd.. Washington, D. C 282, 396 

Kennedy. Joseph A. '66, 

12611 Brunswick Lane. Bowie. Md 118, 285 

Kennedy, William E., Jr. '66, 

1211 Kast Ave., Owatonna, Minn 66, 172, 234, 292, 340 

Kent, Richard H. '69, 

5822 S. Ridgeway Dr., Orlando, Fla 294, 396 

Kern, Stephen A. '69, 41 Smith St., Ware Shoals, S. C 396 

Kernodle. John R.. Jr. '67, 

2465 Edgewood Ave., Burlington, N. C 311, 362 

Kessler. Craig M. '69, 

201 W. Hillcrest Ave., Richmond, Va 158, 304, 396 

Ketchum, Steven A. '69, General Delivery, Crestline, Calif.. .396 
Kettering, James R., Jr. '67, 

729 Coleman Ave.. Fairmont, W. Va 285, 362 

Kettlestrings, Robert D. '67. 

835 N. Grove Ave., Oak Park, III 291, 362 

Kidd. James E.. Jr. '69. 

3016 Kennedy St. NE, Roanoke, Va 117, 285 

Kien, Craig L. '68, 8796 Colerain Pike, Cincinnati, Ohio ...376 
Kime, Roy C. '68, 60 Lincoln St., Glen Ridge, N. J. .294, 376 
Kimmell, Joseph W. '69, 112 N. 7 St., Vincennes, Ind. ..281, 396 
King, David H. '66, 

901 Karenwald Lane, Schenectady, N. Y 274, 340 

King, Peter F. '69, Red Oak Farm Rt. 2, Folsom, La 396 

Kinney, Jonathan C. '68, 

3636 N. 38 St., Arlington, Va 158, 311, 378 

Kinney, Thomas R. "66, 

D. U. Medical Center. Durham, N. C 297, 340 

Kirby, John M. '68, 715 Leeward Dr., Baton Rouge, La 376 



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Kirby. Ronald E, '69, 

122 Louisiana Ave., Asheville, N. C 282, 396 

Kirchhoff, Terence A. '68, 1814 15 Ave., Texas City, Tex 376 

Kittrell, Warren C. '67, 7625 Forest Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio 
Klauss. Raymond J. '68, 

207 Morewood Rd., Glenshaw, Pa 289, 376 

Klein, James W. '69, 379 Highland Dr., Adrian, Minn. .300, 396 
Klein, Jeffrey J. '69, 

3594 Warrensville Center, Shaker Hgts., Ohio 396 

Knape, Frederick. P. '68, 2809 Willow St., Wilmington, N. C...376 

Knapp, David T. '69, 28 Bradford Dr., Syracuse, N. Y 271 

Kneapler, David L. '68, 

545 Vilabella Ave., Coral Gables, Fla 304, 376 

Kneisel, Edmund M. '68, 

1540 Mt. Paran Rd., Atlanta, Ga 303, 376 

Knight, Arthur W., Jr. '69, 

2211 Arrington St., Durham, N. C 161, 299, 396 

Knode, Charles S. '66, 2333 Q. St. SE, Washington, D. C 340 

Koch, John L. '66, 520 East 77 St. Apt. 1430, New York, N. Y. 
Kolodziej, Timothy M. "68, 

72 James St., Amsterdam, N. Y 118, 376 

Koon, Crawford B., Jr. '66, 1141 8 Dr. SE, Hickory, N. C 340 

Koonce, James R. '69, 283 Edenwood, Jackson, Tenn 396 

Kopchick. John H. '68, Box 201, Muir, Mich 277, 376 

Kopp, Thomas G. '68, 836 Kendall Dr., Nashville, Tenn 376 

Kornman, Kenneth S. '69, 815 Argyle Ave., Madison, Ind...305, 396 
Korschun, Howard M. '68, 

601 S. Oleander St., Goldsboro, N. C 376 

Kraft, Richard W. '66, 111 Maris Stella Ave., Slidell, La... 1 06, 299 
Kramer, John R. '69, 2201 Woodmere Dr., Knoxville, Tenn. ..396 
Kramm, Douglas John, Jr. '68, 3343 Trexler Blvd., Allentown, Pa. 
Krampf, John E. '69, Box 394, Myrtle Beach, S. C. .273, 396 
Kreger, David Lawrence '68, 

408 Sycamore Rd., Portsmouth, Va 305, 376 

Kreglow, Alan F., Jr. '67, 

Suite 613, 1801 Eye St., Washington 6, D. C 362 

Krenkel, John M. '69, 4259 Brooklyn Rd., Jackson, Miss 396 

Krimmel, John Henry '68, 

110 S. Parkway Rd., Allentown, Pa 106, 279 

Kroncke, Frederick G., Jr. '66, 

623 Cedar St., Roanoke Rapids, N. C 289, 340 

Kronenfeld, Jerrold E. '66, 

205 S. Carolina Ave., Hendersonville, N. C 340 

Kumpe, Peter G. '69, 8 Patricia Lane, Little Rock, Ark...305, 396 
Kundzins, John Ludwig '68, Rt. 2, Box 363, McLean, Va. .299, 376 
Kurtz, William B., Jr. '69, 4509 Congress St., Fairfield, Conn. .276 
Kwasnik, Dennis M. '68, 1201 Stevenson Lane, Towson, Md...293 



Lacy, Alfred J., Jr. '69, 

5049 W. Belmont Rd., Richmond, Va 275, 396 

Lacy, Philip T. '69, 52 W. Clinton Ave., Irvington, N. Y...273, 396 
Lacy, Kenneth Eric '68, 324 Avondale Rd., Rochester, N. Y. 
Lader, Philip P. '66, 

5680 Grove St. S., St. Petersburg, Fla 212, 311, 340 

Lafollette, Paul S. '69, 1216 Erie Blvd., Sandusky. Ohio 396 

Lamason, Robert Barry '67, 

2612 Westworth Rd., Baltimore 34, Md 132, 362 

Lamb, Harold Leon, Jr. '67, 521 S. Fort Dr., Charleston, W. Va. 
Lambert, Glenn Earl, Jr. '67, 

USS Mazama AE9 Fleet, P O New York, N. Y 291, 362 

Lambert, Steven C. '69, 

1420 Brightridge Dr., Kingsport, Tenn 230, 281, 396 

Landau, Michael Roy '68, 

Quarters HN Naval Air St., Jacksonville, Fla 286, 376 

Landerman. Lawrence R. '67, 

15 Sequin Rd., West Hartford, Conn 294, 376 

Lane, Nathan. Ill '68, 

27 W. Amherst Rd., Bala-Cynwyd, Pa 145, 376 

Lang, Alan Robert '68, 

25 Malubar Lane, Newton Centre, Mass 376 

Langston. Victor Vann '67, 442 Norvell St., Henderson, N. C...362 
Lapointe, John Graham '67, 

1626 Hertford Rd., Charlotte. N. C 283, 362 

Larsen, Charles, 111 '66, 

991 Lake Hillingsworth Dr., Lakeland, Fla 276, 340 

Lasky, Robert Emerson '68, 

3106 Great Ave., Cheverly, Md 106. 278 

Laslett, Basil George, Jr. '67, 

314 W. Park Dr., Fayetteville, N. C 291, 362 

Lassiter, Thomas W. '69, 

726 Sunset Dr., Smilhfield, N. C 129, 293, 396 

Lathram, Thomas W. '67. 5829 Doris Dr., Alexandria, Va 362 

Latiff, George Sam '68, 4401 Worth Dr., Jacksonville, Fla 296 

Latta, Robert Lester '67, 67 Belleview Dr., Ellicott City, Md...362 
Lauber, Curtis Allan '67, 1111 Ormond Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. ..362 
Laughlin, Robert Newton '68, 

22 Kempster Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y 285 

Lavia, Dennis A. '66, 626 Elm Ave., Rahway, N. J 278, 341 



Lavine, David Maurice '68, 

4101 Underwood St., Hyattsville, Md 276 

Lawrence, Glenn Robert '68, 20 Nakomis Dr., Ularwick, R. I.. .275 
Lawrence, William B. '68, 1 William St., Nanticoke, Pa. 
Lawrence, William Leroy '68. 16 Clairidge Ct., Montclair, N. J. 
Lawson, Charles Andrew '68, 570 Adrian Place, Macon, Ga. 376 
Lawson, John R. '69, 903 Forest Ave., Johnson City, Tenn. .396 
Lazarus, Lewis Terry '68, 

Woodvalley and Marcie Dr., Pikesville 8, Md 376 

Leach, Robert Jay '68, 

1009 Maplewood Dr., Falls Church, Va 376 

Leath. Roland M. '69, 208 Worthington St., Shelby, N. C...396 
Lear. Robert Tallman '67, 

2 Thornwood Lane, Fayetteville, N. C 291, 362 

Leavens, Arthur B., Ill '69, 900 N. Taylor, Kirkwood, Mo. 396 

Lee, Calvin '67, 408 Morgan St., Durham, N. C 272 

Lee, Richard H. '69, 

204 Longwood Dr., Newport News, Va 305, 396 

Lees, Robert Gerald '68, 617 East 73 St., Kansas City 31, Mo'.. .376 
Leff, Michael Gary '67, 560 Pine Forest Rd., Atlanta, Ga...305 
Lehman. Herbert E. '69, 2001 Ave. P., Brooklyn, N. Y...305, 397 

Lehne, Gregory K. '69, 440 Bracken Lane, Northfield, 111 397 

Leighton, William Rado '68, 97 Sunset Dr., Chatham, N. J...376 
Leikensohn, John Robert '67, 

30 Walnut St., Staten Island, N. Y 305, 363 

Leinster, Roy E. '69, 5327 Bahimore Ave., Chevy Chase, Md...278 
Leiter, Michel P. '69, 69 Broadway, Hagerstown, Md. 
Lemly, Thomas A. '66, 

4628 Orchid St., Shreveport, La 214, 311, 341 

Lerner, Leigh D. '66, 

c/o Berliners Inc., 508 3rd Ave. W., Seattle 99, Wash.. .305, 341 
Lesesne, Joseph Bancroft '68, 

1340 Pinecrest Rd., Spartanburg, S. C 299, 376 

Lesher, Ronnie E. '69, 4118 Palmira St., Tampa, Fla.. .281, 397 
Le Sueur, J. H., Jr. '69, 277 Jefferson St., Meadville, Pa...275, 397 
Leupold, S. W. '69, 8129 Jose Circle, Jacksonville, Fla. .291, 397 
Levme, J. A. '69, 2401 Joel Dr., N. Bellmore, L. L, N. Y. 
Levine, R. S. '68, 

2401 Joel Dr., N. Bellmore. L. L, N. Y. 299 376 

Levy. W. J.. Jr. '69, 5820 Brookfreen Rd. NE, Atlanta, Ga. 397 

Lewis, C. H., Jr. '67, 2506 2nd St., Arlington, Va 354 

Lewis, H. H. '66, 305 S. 7th St., Bessemer, Ala 341 

Lewis, J. E. '66, Armstrong Rd., Delaware, Ohio 293, 341 

Lewis, Michael J. '68. 27 Marylin Dr., Missoula. Montana..! 18, 284 
Lewis, Seth V. '67. 3915 Atlantic Ave., Atlantic City, N. J...275 
Liccardo, James F. '67, 

357 Berryman Place, Orange, N. J 118, 281 

Lichty, Myron R. '66, 

1091 Wisconsin River Dr., Port Edwards, Wis...267, 268, 303 

Lieb, Richard B. '69, 28 Ivy Rd., Belmont, Mass 397 

Lieber, Todd M. '66, 

345 Lincoln Ave., Lansdowne, Pa 140, 296, 341 

Light, Frank G. '66, 82 Sixth Ave., Collegeville, Pa.. .281, 341 
Ligon, Daniel J. '68, 

526 11th Ave. Cr. NW, Hickory, N. C 138, 376 

Ligon, Edward S. '66. 

15 Whistler Rd., Manhasset, N. Y 267, 283, 341 

Lilien, Robert S. '69, 

514 Country Club Dr., Burlington. N. C 271, 397 

Lilly, Jeffrey A. '68, 53 Starlake Dr., Pensacola, pia. 377 

Lind, Frederick G. '69, 

2725 Roslyn Lane, Highland Park, 111 129, 284, 397 

Lindberg, Steven E. '69, 

2036 Miraflores Ave., Waukegan, 111 293, 397 

Lindegren, John E. '67, P. O. Box 384, Mullins, S. C 363 

Lindsay, Walter H.. Jr. '66, 

919 County Line Rd., Hinsdale, 111 230, 296, 341 

Lipe, Joseph A. '67, Box 187. Landis, N. C 291, 363 

Lippard, Daniel B. '68, 293 Jackson Ave., Lansdowne, Pa... 180, 377 
Little, Prescott M., Jr. '68, 

II Edgewood Terr., Alexandria, Va 294, 377 

Livingston, John Scott '67, 

3315 Wake Dr., Kensington, Md 283, 363 

Llewellyn. Jonathan F. '69, 

21 Meadowbrook Ct.. Appleton, Wis 294, 397 

Lloyd, Marshall O. '69, 360 Knox Dr., Glynco, Ga 397 

Loescher, Stephen C. '68, 

6028 Oakwood Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 305 

Loftus, Kevin W. '67. 

16281 Oakhill Rd., E. Cleveland, Ohio 294, 363 

Logan, Dennis T. '68, 1230 Country Club Dr., Lancaster, Pa. 377 
Long. John D. '69, 2810 Erwin Rd.. Durham, N. C...278, 397 
Long, Lawrence R. '69, 

Alamance Acres. Box 1355, Burlington, N. C 271, 397 

Looper, William C. '66, 403 Oaktwist Ave., Gastonia, N. C... 341 
Lore, Randolph R. '69. 809 S. Elm Blvd., Champaign, I1I...298, 397 
Losee, Alam W. '66, 

147 Hickory Redge Dr., Houston, Texas 272, 341 

Lothman, Eric W. '69, 1304 Lindgate, Kirkwood, Mo..288, 397 



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Loudermilk, Glen A. '69, 2126 Parkwood Dr., Brunswick, Ga...397 

Low, Thomas A. '66, 26630 Ridge Rd., Damascus, Md 341 

Lowder, James L. '69, 408 N. 5th St., Albemarle, N. C 397 

Lucas, Andrew J. '66, 

3301 Kensington Ave., Richmond, Va 106, 296, 341 

Ludwig, William C. '68, One Shawnee Dr., Chillicothe, Ohio..377 
Lundholm, Richard H. '68, 

190 Orchard Place, Ridgewood, N. J 377 

Lunsford, Ernest J., Jr. '67. Wesleyan Hgts, Roxboro, N. C 363 

Lusk, Rodney H. "66, Lower River Rd., Gallipolis, Ohio 342 

Lutwick, William R. '67, 

4306 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va 304, 363 

Lynch, Donald M. '66, 908 Burr St., Fairfield, Conn 106 

MM Maas, Frederick H. '68, 526 Churchill Rd., McLean, Va. 
■^'M Macintosh, Alexander T. '69, 

615 Morgan Cheek Rd., Chapel Hill, N. C 397 

Macivor, Angus N. '69, 804 West 7th. Marysville. Ohio..272, 397 
Mack, Johnny J. '67, 

313 E. Center Ave., Mooresville, N. C 106, 271, 363 

Madison, James B. '68, 2120 Ulini Rd., Springfield, 111 297 

Mahla, Frederick T. '66, 

128 Marcella Rd. Web. F. M., Wilmington, Del 342 

Mahler, Louis B. '68. 61 Fair Oaks Pk., Needham, Mass.. .139, 377 
Mahoney, John E. '67, 7018 Charles Ridge Rd., Towson. Md...275 

Maier, George, IV '69, 9 Sherman St., Bridgeton, N. J 397 

Malley, John W. '69, 24 Quincy St., Chevy Chase, Md...293, 397 
Maloney, Robert W. '69, 4009 Oliver St., Chevy Chase, Md...397 
Mangan, John M. '69, 4515 25th Rd. N., Arlington. Va...283, 397 

Mann, James D. '67, 425 Crest Dr., Birmingham, Ala 363 

Mann, John B. '67, 6801 Park Ave., Richmond, Va 304, 363 

Manning, Donald E. '68, 715 Willis St.. Batesburg, S. C 377 

Manning, Donald O. '66, 

617 N. Jackson St., Arhngton, Va 197, 342 

Manship, John C, Jr. '68, 2412 Hatherly Rd., Charlotte, N. C...377 

Margolin, James R. '69, 7530 SE 59 PL, S. Miami, Fla 397 

Margulies, Robert E. '68. 231 Orr Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa. ..298, 377 
Marin, John W. '66, 

1215 Washington St., Farrell, Pa 66, 118, 280, 342 

Marion, Jeremiah R. '69, 

2523 Reynolds Dr., Winston-Salem, N. C 397 

Markman, Alexander J. '69, 919 Urban Ave., Durham, N. C. 
Marshak, Robert J. '68, 130 Park Ave., Williston Park, N. Y...377 

Marshall, Holcombe T. '66, 4 Robin St., Rome, Ga 342 

Martin, Albert P. '67. 2300 E. Glendale Ave., Milwaukee, Wis...363 

Martin, James A., Jr. '67, 156 Capri Ct., Danville, Va 363 

Martin. Robert S. '69, 

2824 Bartram Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C 271, 397 

Martz, David Joshua, Jr. '68, 

925 Diamond St., WiUiamsport, Pa 377 

Mason, John Dwight '68, 

28 Cedar Ave., Rockville Ct., Long Island, N. Y...227. 293, 377 
Matheson, Robert Edward '67, 

101 Edgewood Dr., Boone, N. C 106, 111, 112, 143 

Mathewson, James W., Jr. '67, 

10177 W. Lyndonville Rd., Lyndonville. N. Y 363 

Mathis, William S., Jr. '67, 6 Terrace Rd., Baltimore, Md. 
Matthews, Lawrence Ryder "68, 

2540 Canterbury Rd., Mt. Brook. Ala 295, 377 

Matthews, Scott Lyman '66, 

6726 Benjamin St., McLean, Va 295, 343 

Matthews, Walter S., Ill '66, 

2125 Meridian Dr., Great Lakes, III 298, 311, 343 

Mattox, Nollie H. '69, 1404 Gates St., Lynchburg, Va 398 

Matuza, Albert Charles '66, 

211 Louise Dr.. Morrisville, Pa 106, 278 

May, Dennis Eugene '68, 2510 State St., Durham, N. C...283, 377 
May, Gary Lee '68, 

2669 Black Forest Trail, Atlanta 11, Ga 283, 377 

May, Michael Dennis '68, 

2025 Crestland Dr., Ann Arbor, Mich 377 

May, Randolph Joseph '68, 

1132 Country Club Rd., Wilmington, N. C 283, 366, 377 

Maynard. James Barry '68, 407 Meeting St., Georgetown, S. C 377 
Mayne, Alfred P., Jr. '69, 

1811 Silverside Rd., Wilmington. Del 303 

Mayo, Louis A., Jr. '69, 791 Roslyn Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C...398 

McAfee, Roy D. '68, White Horse Rd., Kirkwood, N. J 286 

McAllister, John F. '69, P. O. Box 471, Chapel Hill, N. C...398 
McAlpin, Malcolm M. '67, 

Treadwell Ave., Convent, N. J 135, 284, 363 

McCallon, Earl R., Ill "69, 608 Smith Dr., Metairie, La 398 

McCarter, Pender Munro '68, 

1540 NE 140th St., N. Miami, Fla 377 

McCarty, Kenneth Scott, Jr. '67, 

2713 Dogwood Rd., Durham, N. C 295, 363 

McCaskill, Samuel G., Jr. '69, 

P. O. Box 275, Elizabeth City, N. C 280, 398 



McClain, David E. '69, 

Intell. Div. Hq. USAREUR, APO 403, New York, N. Y. 398 
McClellan, George J., Jr. '69, 

29 Godfrey Ave., Roseland, N. J 230, 398 

McClelland, Robert James '68, 

1101 Prospect Ridge Blvd., Haddon Heights, N. J 377 

McClure, Charles Gettys '68, 

2920 Clairmont Rd., Atlanta, Ga 377 

McCollum, Douglass John '67, 

5129 Macomb St. NW, Washington 16, D. C 284, 363 

McConeghy, Matthew H. '68, 

1940 Tam Oshanter Ave., Tucson, Ariz. 
McCreary, Robert H. '66, 

2630 W. Bay Isle Dr., St. Petersburg, Fla 283, 343 

McCullough, James D. '69, Rt. 3, Honea Path, S. C 398 

McCurdy, John A., Jr. '67, 

25 Indian Springs Dr., Newport News, Va 275 

McDermott, Malcolm E. '67, 

10501 Memorial Dr., Houston, Tex 276 

McDonald, Charles H. '66, Box 6014, Greensboro, N. C. 
McDonald, Gordon P. '68, 7111 Bruxburn Dr., Bethesda, Md. 283 
McDonald, Joe H. '67, 2358 Armand Rd. NE, Atlanta, Ga...293 
McGarrity, David M. '66, 

107 Palmer Lane, Trenton, N. J 280, 343 

McGhee, James B. '66, 714 E. Hammond St., Durham, N. C. 
McGinty, David J. '67, 

2200 Pembroke Ave., Charlotte, N. C 290, 363 

McGinty, Herbert K. '67, 6517 Broad St., Washington, D. C...303 
McGough, Vincent E.. Jr. '69, 

1251 Chichester Ave.. Orlando, Fla 275, 377 

McGraw, Geoffrey R. '68, S. Millbrook R.F.D., Millbrook, N. Y. 
McHugh, William R., Ill '68, 

7911 Freret St., New Orleans, La 293 377 

Mclntire, William R. '67, 3803 Orchard Dr., Midland, Mich. 363 
McKaig, Albert S., Ill '67, 

4513 Club Circle NE, Atlanta, Ga 118, 354, 363 

McKee, William H. '66, 1121 Queens Rd. W., Charlotte, N. C. 279 
McKenzie, Robert G, "69, 

6214 Rosecrest Dr., Charlotte, N. C 300, 398 

McLain, Thomas E. '68, 

6101 W. 85 Terr., Overland Park, Kan 119, 377 

McManama, Gary M. '69. 

1228 Cherokee Dr., Tallahassee, Fla 136, 290, 398 

McMillan, Robert G. '69, 

901 Pembroke Rd., Greensboro, N. C 275, 398 

McMillen. Michael Carlton '67, 

200 W. Pembrey Dr., Wilmington, Del 138, 363 

McNabb, John T., II "66, 

4110 Lancaster Ave. SE, Charleston, W. Va...l06, 279, 343 
McNally, William J., Ill '66, 

Public Inf. Officer, U.S.A.I.C, Ft. Benning, Ga...267, 290, 343 
McNeer, Thomas P., Ill '69, 

1336 Belmeade Dr., Kingsport, Ind 398 

McPherson, Alexander, Jr. '66, 4707 Larado PI., Orlando, Fla. 343 
McRoberts, Reed '68, 

3627 New Castle Dr., Houston. Tex 292, 377 

McSpadden, Jack D., Jr. '68, 

2641 Crest Rd.. Birmingham. Ala ..295, 377 

McTighe. Arthur A. '69, 40 Delaware Ave., Trenton, N. J. ..398 
Meadows, Robert S., Ill '69, 1360 Rosery Rd., Clearwater, Fla.. .398 

Mears, Scott O. '66. Shaffer St.. Bolivar, Pa 275, 343 

Meek, Charles S. '69, 

1712 Christmas Tree Lane. Ponca City, Okla 398 

Meloling, William R., Jr. '68, 

3315 Ohara Rd.. Huntsville, Ala 279, 377 

Melville, John A. '69, 

200 Mt. Pleasant Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 272, 398 

Menne, Michael J. '66, Crest Dr., Dover, Mass 343 

Mercatoris, Michael '69, 

1120 Lakemont Dr., Meadville, Pa 272, 398 

Merritt. William E.. Jr. '67. 184 Peachtree Battle Ace., Atlanta, Ga. 
Mersereau, John B. '67, 758 Tripps Ct., Augusta, Ga...l45, 274, 363 
Messer, Jay J. '68, 8429 Bordeau Ave. N., Jacksonville, Fla.. .298 
Messick, Paul S., Jr. '68, 

30 Hawthorne Dr., Durham, N. C 292, 378 

Mestre, Roberto G. '68, Lima 1261, Buenos Aires, Argentina. .292 
Metz. James L. '69, 1010 Lockwood Ave., Columbus, Ga. 
Metz, Joseph P. '69, 1 Valley View Terr., Wayne, N. J...276, 398 
Michael, John R. '67, 

3942 Suitland Rd. SE, Washington, D. C 279 

Michel, Randel G. "68, 

343 Oak Knoll Dr., Glendora, Calif 295, 378 

Michel, Robert B. "69, 10 River Edge Dr., Little Silver, N. J...398 
Milbourne, Robert E. '68, 

2606 Stanbery Dr., Columbus, Ohio 274, 378 

Miles, Duke "68, 249 E. 6th Ave., Tallahassee, Fla 378 

Miles, John B. "66, 30 Farley Ave., Fanwood, N. J 284 

Miley, Alan D. "68, P. O. Box 167, Annandale, Va 378 

Millar, David B. "69, 313 Summit Ave., Legonier, Pa...274, 378 



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Miller, Benjamin N. '68, 

766 Spring Lake, Columbia, S. C 227, 378 

Miller, Craig S. '68, 2424 Addison, Houston 25, Tex...271, 378 
Miller, Grady W. '68, 4207 Western Blvd.. Raleigh, N. C. 

Miller, Jay B. '68. 5101 8th Rd. S., Arlington 4, Va 298 

Miller, John C. '66, 2029 Point Legere, Mobile, Ala... 158, 311, 343 
Miller, John C. '67, 447 S. 17th St.. Allentown, Pa. ..298, 363 
Miller, John R. '68. 4605 Venable Ave. SE, Charleston. W. Va. 

Miller, Kenneth T. '67, Box 1, Jamestown, N, C 288 

Miller, Randall C. '68, 

8818 James Ave., Minneapolis, Minn 288, 378 

Miller, Richard S. '68, 50 Rotary Dr., Summit, N. J 378 

Miller, Robert Alan '68, 

214 Augur Ave., Ft. Leavenworth, Kan 378 

Miller, Robert J. '66, 

16732 Scottsdale Blvd., Shaker Hgts.. Ohio 276 

Miller. Thomas R. '67. 2520 SE 7th Dr.. Pompano Beach. Fla. 
Miller, William P. '69, 

208 Tuckahoe Lane, Memphis, Tenn 129, 290 

Milnes, William G. "69, 102 S. Bryant Ave., Bellevue Pgh., Pa. 
Milspaw, Luther E. "69, 

Ridgeview Dr. Rd., Venetia, Pa 298, 378 

Mininsohn. Harvey W. "68, 

818 Princeton Ave., Lakewood, N. J 378 

Minnich, Kendal R. '68, 175 Bent Tree Rd., Asheville, N. C. 
Mitchell, Harold A. '67, 2947 N. 26th St., Arlington, Va, 
Mitchell, Jeffrey G. '68, 

200 Lawndale, Wilmette, 111 140, 297, 378 

Mock, Frank M. '66, 6600 West 6th St., 

Los Angeles 48, Calif 66, 158, 159, 268, 279, 344 

Modlin. John F. '67, 706 Thilly, Columbia, Mo... 176, 285, 363 

Moffett, David F. '69, 2715 Peachtree St., Raleigh, N. C 398 

Moffet, John A. '67, 104 B St., Carneys Point, N. J 363 

Moffitt, William P. '69, 

7820 Edgewater Dr., W. Palm Beach, Fla 398 

Mohr, Lawrence C. '69, 69 Lynhurst Ave., Staten Island, N. Y. 
Molzahn, Lyndon C. '69, Lake Quivira, Kansas City, Kan. .282, 398 
Monteith, Gary V. '69, 5725 E. 30th St., Tulsa, Okla...293, 398 
Moore, George D. '67, 

Qtrs. E A USN Air Station, Brunswick, Me 129, 363 

Moore, Thaddeus D. '66, 

612 Cornwallis Dr., Greensboro, N. C 279, 344 

Moore, William B. '66, Rt. 6, Box 175. N. Charleston, S. C...344 
Moretz, Joseph A. '68, P. O. Box 579, Hickory, N. C...138, 378 
Morgan, Charles E. '66, 1025 Parkview St., Asheboro, N. C...344 
Morgan, Kenneth B. '69, 2705 Brighton Rd., Durham, N. C...398 
Morphis, Steven A. '69, 

4101 Hildring Dr. E., Ft. Worth, Tex 398 

Morris, John G. '66, 

N. Trinity St., Geneva, Ala 66, 106, 268, 285, 344 

Morris, Kelly J. '68, 11710 Emack Rd., Beltsville, Md...l62, 378 
Morris, Paul W. '69, 3020 Rollins Ave., Daytona Beach, Fla...398 
Morris, Robert F. '66, 

119 Hallie Court, Maitland, Fla 237, 280, 344 

Morrison, Andrew L. '67, 

4450 N. Park Ave., Indianapolis 5, Ind 285, 363 

Morse, Jack D. "69, 4200 Carmain Dr., Atlanta, Ga.-.295, 399 
Moser, Thomas E. '68, 

The Red House, Eleanor, W. Va 208, 274, 378 

Moses. Alan C. '69. 196 Logan St., Gardner, Ma 304, 399 

Moss, Richard T. '67, 

1516 Dauphin Ave., Wyomissing, Pa 230, 363 

Most, Robert K. '67, 25 1st St., Canton, Pa. 

Moursund, Andrew '67, 3419 Quebec St. NW, Washington, D. C. 

Mowbray, Barry N. '69, Ridgemont Rd., Spencer, W. Va 399 

Mulhern, Michael E. '69, 

246 N. Hawthorne Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C 282, 399 

Mumma, Robert Mann '68, 

Pennsboro Maner, Wormleyburg, Pa 297, 378 

Munn, John W. '69, 346 Kramer Dr., Carrollton, Ga 271 

Murkland, Chris P. '69, Green Acres, Roxbury, Conn...285, 399 
Murphy, John M. '68, 

3819 Poplar Level Rd., Louisville 13, Ky 106 

Murphy, Robert P. '69, Rva Do Passeio Alagre, 

918 3D Foz Do Dovro, Porto, Portugal 378 

Murphy, Stephen C. '69, 

500 N. Taylor Ave., Kirkwood, Md 285, 399 

Murray, Charles B., Ill '68, 1944 Hillsdale Rd., Lynchburg, Va. 
Murray, Harry M., Jr. '66, 

5802 Criner Rd. SE, Huntsville, Ala 237, 290, 344 

Musser, Orrin R. '69, 14 Clock Ave., Darien, Conn.. .295, 399 
Myers, Berlin G., Jr. '69, 

502 W. 5th North St., Summerville, S, C 161, 399 

Myers, Francis E. '69, 

1720 S. Center St., Ashland, Ohio 287, 399 

Myers, Randall L. '67, 3725 Nottoway St,, Norfolk 13, Va 162 

Myers, Wilbur Leonald, Jr. '69, 

1372 Carolyn Dr., Charlotte 5, N. C. 



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r Nadler. Julian V. '66, 721 Chadwick Dr., Paramus, N. J. ..302, 344 
Nagel, Dan A. '69, 

2875 Montana Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 208, 302, 399 

Nash, Thomas Hawkes, III '67, 

2527 Wrightwood Ave., Durham, N. C 302 

Nathan, Michael R. '69, 

1036 University Blvd. E., Silver Spring, Md 399 

Nathanson, Howard Gorden '68, 

110 Draper Lane, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y 301 

Nations, Michael Thomas '67, 

4416 Old Club Rd., Macon, Ga 364 

Naulty, Stephen John '68, 1240 Wendover Ave., Rosemont, Pa. 
Nauta, Haring Jetse '68, 196 Kent Rd., Newton, Mass. 

Neal, Kent Conrad '67, 1344 Brooks Ave., Raleigh, N. C 288 

Neeland, David B. '69, 1506 Grove St., Wilson, N. C...277, 399 
Nehms, Jeffrey Howard '68, 10 Hamilton Lane, Darien, Conn. 
Neithammer, John Edwin '68, 

515 Kathmere Rd., Havertown, Pa... 270 

Nellis, James '68, 223 Claremont, Elmhurst, 111. 
Nelson, Hugh Thomas '68, 

6933 Madrid Ave., Jacksonville, Fla 378 

Nelson, Sherwin M. '69, 

67-40 Booth St., Forest Hills, N. Y 399 

Nelson, William Edward '68, P. O. Box 325, Beaufort, S. C. 378 
Nelson, William H., Jr. '68, 11 37 Summit Dr., Albans, W. Va...378 

Ness. Dale Sorlie '68. 1331 Barger Dr., Falls Church. Va 378 

Neumann. Charles P.. Jr. '68, 

River House 143 Val Rd., New Canaan, Conn 277 

Neville, Thomas A. '69, 7017 N. Fairfax Dr., Arlington, Va...399 
Newby. Thomas A.. Jr. '66, 

2426 McRae Rd., Bon Air 35, Va 311, 345 

Newman, Glenn E. '69, 405 Cooper Dr., Clinton, N. C 288 

Newman, Jimmie L. '69, Rt. 1, Box 175, Henderson, N. C 399 

Newmark, Howard '66, 

1970 Fisher Trail NE, Atlanta, Ga 301, 345 

Newton, Richard B. '66, 38 Coffman Ave., Hagerstown, Md...345 
Newton. Robert Owen '68. 

6038 Maple Ave., Shawnee-Mission, Kans 293 

Nichol, Robert B. '69, 8 Arbor Dr., Lexington, N. C 399 

Nichols, John Warren, Jr. '68, 7707 Idlewood, Dallas, Tex 287 

Nickle, Norman Samuel '67, 

34 W. Baltimore Ave., Clifton Hgts., Pa 302 

Noe, Bruce Douglas '68, Rt. 3, Ada, Ohio 378 

Nolan, Charlie C, Jr. '67, Box 248, Welcome, N. C 364 

Norburn. Russell L.. Jr. '67. 133 Pinecrest Rd.. Durham, N. C. 

Norby. Laurence H. '66, 416 S. Seventh, Osage, Iowa 345 

Norris, Edwin Lloyd '68, 

2713 Wexford Rd., Columbus 21, Ohio 277, 378 

Norris, Reginald W. '69, 41 1 Woodlawn Ave., Gastonia, N. C...399 

Norton. William D. '69. 1221 Luttrell St.. Knoxville. Tenn 399 

Novick. Donald Nathan "67. 

1998 Larchmont Rd.. Akron. Ohio 304, 364 

Nowak, Elliott B. "69, 2438 McCord Ave., Merrick, N. Y 399 

Nunley. James A.. Jr. '69, 

1534 Summit Dr.. Charleston, Wy 302, 399 

Nurkin, Harry A. '66, 

112 N. Dillard St., Durham, N. C 268, 277, 311, 345 

Nye, Richard A. '66, Hawkhill, Rt. 2, McLean. Va. 



OO'Bryon. Tom Watson, Jr. '69, 
7905 Cypress Place, Chevy Chase, Md 106, 

Odom, David S. '66, 

5705 Brooks Lane, Greensboro, N. C...106, 108, 113, 
O'Donnell, William A., Ill '67, 

635 King St., Pottstown, Pa 144, 270, 

Oesterle, James Leon '68, 7048 Knickerbocker, Hammond, 
Ogburn, John F., Ill '69, 

2601 Country Club Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C 

Ogrodnick. David Mitchell '68, 

27 Mitchell Dr.. Toms River, N. J 

O'Kelley, Ronald Lee '67, 

158 Brucemont Cr., Asheville, N. C 297, 

Oliver, Victor M. '69, 

10453 Goodwood Blvd., Baton Rouge, La 

Olshock, John T. '69, 8 Wilmont Ave., Washington, Pa 

Olson, George E., Ill '69, 

Rt. 1, Lake Daleway, Clemmons, N. C 384, 

Olson, John William '68, 

3301 Sunnybrook Dr., Charlotte, N. C 

O'Neal, Sutton L. "69, Pinehill, Hazel Green, Ala 288, 

Oosting, Timothy M. '69, 

3234 Sunny Crest Lane, Kettering, Ohio 294, 

Oppenheimer, Robert Henry '67, 

10 Enfield Rd., St, Louis 32, Mo 

Orman, Morton C. '69, 3908 Clarinth Rd., Baltimore, Md 

Orr, Peter Allen '67, 

2931 Windsor Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C 270, 



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Orr, Samuel Marshall, III "66, 

2931 Windsor Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Orrick, Herbert P. "69, 

136 Kentucky Ave., Oak Ridge, Tenn 296, 399 

Orvald, Todd Busse "67, 

250 N. Bent Rd., Wyncote, Pa 106, HI, 112, 285 

Osberg, David K. "69, 5029 Bedford Ave., Edina, Minn 399 

Osmun, Richard G. '66, 3543 Edgevale, Toledo, Ohio.293, 345 
Ostdahl, Roger H. '69, 

202 Haystack Lane, Wilmington 7, Del 282, 399 

Osterwise, Laurence L. '69, 

Columbia Ave., Ballston Spa, N. Y 280, 399 

Otte, Alan H. '69, 7046 Berrywood Lane, Jacksonville, Fla 399 

Owen, Frazer N. '69, 85 Johnson Ferry Rd. NW, Atlanta, Ga. 
Owens, Edward Johnson, Jr. '67, 

Richardson Dr., Ft. Richardson, Alaska 364 

Owens, Louis Fairfa.x, Jr. '67, Bo.x 158, Whaleyville, Va 364 

Owens, Ted R., Jr. '69, 2085 Trailmark Dr., Decatur, Ga...287, 399 

Oyewole, Anthony '66, Univ. of Ibadan, Nigeria 345 

Oyster. James L. "69, 914 Tulsa Ct., Alexandria, Va 399 



Pace, John Sandersun '67, 

1307 Dillard St., Tallahassee, Fla 274, 364 

Packard, Michael David '68, 

312 W. Gonzalez St., Pensacola, Fla 378 

Padgett, David Emerson '67, 

807 Cape Fear Ave., Fayetteville, N. C 364 

Padgett, Vernon M., Jr. '69, 212 Dale Dr., Silver Spring, Md...279 
Page, Robert F. '66, 

803 Sycamore St., Rocky Mount, N. C 290, 345 

Painter. George Lee '68, 283 Main St., Woodbridge, N. J 379 

Painter. William G., Ill '67, Ft. Defiance, Va 293, 364 

Palmer, John A., Jr. '66, Massanutten Mil. Acad., Woodstock, Va. 

Palmer, Philip Gendron '67, 19 Palmer Dr., Sumter, S. C 296 

Palmer, Thomas Edwin '68, 

2525 Highland Ave., Durham. N. C 379 

Pardo, Pedro L. '69, 

Caixa Postal 8200, Sao Paulo, Brazil 281, 400 

Park. Bert E. '69, 

815 E. Portland, Springfield, Mo 145, 296, 400 

Park, Jeffery J. '68. 5762 N. Shore Dr., Milwaukee 17, Wis...379 
Park, Meredith Thomas '68, 

5421 Dutchess St.. Charlotte, N. C 136, 379 

Parker, Daniel '67, 4300 N. 39th St., Arlington, Va 277 

Parkhurst, Charles J. '66, 221 Riggs Dr., Clemson, S. C 293 

Parmesano, Philip Martin '68, P. O. Box 869, Elkins, W. Va...379 
Parrott, William T., Ill '69, 

1703 Cambridge Dr., Kinston, N. C 145, 271, 400 

Parsons, Donald O. '66, 474 Summit Dr., Pittsburgh 34, Pa.. .345 
Parsons, Thomas L. '67, 6521 Wilmett Rd., Bethesda, Md. 
Parrish, Richard Wayne '68, 5322 Parker St., Richmond, Va...379 
Parthum, Lawrence C. '69, 

106-B Golkana Ave., APO 949, Seattle, Wash 274, 400 

Pasotto, Frederick W. '67, 

3427 Barringer Dr., Charlotte 8, N. C 364 

Patch, Stanley J., Jr. '69, 2762 Lantern Lane, .Audubon, Pa. ..400 
Patrick, Carl Lloyd "68, 1818 Preston Dr., Columbus, Ga 302 



Patterson, Charles G., Ill '67, 

1611 Langhorne Rd., Lynchburg, Va 299, 364 

Patterson, David Robert '67, Box 574, Randolph AFB, Tex. .364 
Patterson, John C, Jr. '66, 1319 Betton Rd., Tallahassee, Fla. 
Patton, David D. '66, 

15812 Middlebury Dr., Dearborn, Mich 296, 346 

Patton. George Allen, Jr. '68, 

2414 Sterling Rd., Nashville, Tenn 299, 379 

Pauw, Michael John '67, 305 McNab Dr., Columbia, Mo 364 

Pearce, Donald W. '69, 6232 Rocky Falls Rd., Charlotte, N. C...400 
Pearlman, Michael Allen '68, 

809 Malcolm Dr., Silver Spring, Md 301, 379 

Pearlstein, Leslie '67, 

17001 NE 9th Ave., Apt. 4B, N. Miami Beach, Fla 364 

Pearson, Paul C, III '69, 27 Rotary Dr.. Summit, N. J. .276, 400 
Peck, Benjamin S. '66, 707 Delmont St., High Point, N. C. 
Peck, Donald Allen '67, 

2530 N. Vernon St., Arlington, Va 136, 364 

Peeples, James M. '69, 2458 N. Decatur Rd., Decatur, Ga 400 

Pendergrast, William J., Jr. '68, 

3398 Briarcliff Rd., Atlanta, Ga 379 

Pennington, Charles W. '66, 

4713 Biltmore Ave., Chattanooga, Tenn 234, 275, 346 

Perchan, Robert J. '69, 

2269 Mt. Vernon Blvd., E. Cleveland, Ohio 400 

Perett, William Gregory '67, 

1315 S. Sandusky. Tulsa, Okla 138, 364 

Perry, Clifford W., Jr. '66, 

2443 Reynolds Dr., Winston-Salem. N. C 268, 273, 346 

Perry, Gregory B. '69, 436 Bayside Dr., Webster, N. Y...281, 400 
Perry, Henry B. '69, 

208 Homewood Ave., Greensboro. N. C 296, 400 

Persons, Walter Scott, III '67, 612 Swift Ave., Durham, N. C. 
Peterlin, Boris Matija "68, 

1212 Arnette Ave., Durham, N. C 302, 379 

Petrich, Carl H. '69, 950 Uhler Rd., Marion, Ohio..276, 400 
Pettes, David Moon '67, 

1749 Hummingbird Lane, Atlanta 7, Ga 292 

Pew, William M. '66, 12 Welwyn Rd., Wayne, Pa. 
Pfefferkorn, David F. '69, 

525 Jersey Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C 136, 400 

Pfeiffer. Carl Frederick '67, 

109 Washington St., Morristown, N. J 285 

Pfizenmayer, Richard F. '66, 

20050 Parkview Ave., Rocky River 16, Ohio 162, 346 

Phelps, William Calef, Jr. '68, 

10008 Holmhurst Rd., Bethesda 14, Md 299 

Phillips, Donald Arthur '67, 

10321 Crestmoor Dr., Silver Spring, Md 364 

Phillips, Glenn P. '66, 61 OK Ave., New Orleans 23, La 287 

Phillips. John Gray '67, 210 Kent Ct., Pittsburgh 34, Pa...297, 364 
Phillips, Lawrence V., Jr. '67, 

8003 Georgetown Pike, McLean, Va 303 

Phillips, William Bruce '68, 

Box 186. Setauket, Long Island, N. Y 273, 379 

Phipps, William Lewis '68, 

3207 Hargill Dr., Orlando, Fla 106, 279 

Phipps, Roy M. '66, 

1416 West Haven Blvd., Rocky Mount, N. C 144, 346 



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Phyfer, Daniel W. '66, 1016 Ray St., Geneva, 111. 

Pieklik, John R. '69, 30 Hunt St., Ft. Bragg, N. C 400 

Pierce, Daniel G. '66, 205 Elmwood Dr., Greensboro, N. C. 

Pierce, Peter W. "66, Box 14, Bethel, Me 234, 282, 346 

Pierce, Ray Vaughn, HI '68, 

14 Tillinghast Place, Buffalo, N. Y 379 

Piercy, Glen Thomas '67, 

161 Locust Hill Dr., Rochester 18, N. Y 364 

Pinsky, Mark I. '69, 

5065 Clayton Ave., Pennsauken, N. J 384, 400 

Pirtle, Ronald C. '66, 

1201 Valerie Wood Dr., Stone Mountain, Ga 275, 346 

Pittman, Dewitt K., Jr. '68, 

6700 Monroe Rd., Charlotte 5, N. C 158, 162, 282, 379 

Pitts, Rodney Creamer '68, 

429 Eastover Rd., Charlotte 7, N. C 379 

Pixley, Stephen S. '66, 218 East Ave., Batavia, N. Y 106, 346 

Place, Stephen Richard "68, 

30525 Ednile Dr., Bay Village, Ohio 273, 379 

Poe, George Jona, Jr. '67, P. O. Box 1514. Durham, N. C. 

Poe, John R., Jr. '66, 2524 Banner St., Durham, N. C 162 

Politano, Paul M. '66, 1610 Hollywood St., Durham. N. C...347 
Polk, Raemon M. '66, 

1362 Seminole Dr., Greensboro, N. C 283, 347 

Pollard, Raymond D., Jr. '69. 

1141 Watauga, Kingsport. Tenn 400 

Pollok. James L. '66, Box 188, Robbins, N. C 291, 347 

Pond, Roger A. '69. 

7813 Moorland Lane, Bethesda 14, Md 287, 400 

Porto, James Vincent,' Jr. '68, 

1011 Cherokee Rd., Florence, S. C 289, 379 

Post, Richard Edmond '67, 

5333 Doliver, Houston 27, Tex 276, 364 

Postlethewait, Raymond, Jr. '66, 

1513 Pinecrest Rd., Durham, N. C 347 

Potter, Grafton M., Jr. '67, 

2700 W. 67th Ter., Shawnee Mission, Kans 364 

Pousner, Michael Morris '68, 

1 905 Wildwood PI. NE, Atlanta 24, Ga 304, 379 

Powell, James Lee "67, Box 296, Sylva, N. C 364 

Powell, Thomas C. '66, 4421 Kelnepa Dr., Jacksonville, Fla. 
Prance, Norman Randolph '67, 

1500 Kirkway, Bloomfield Hills, Mich 364 

Pratt, George Thomas, Jr. '67, 

83 Round Hill Rd., Northampton, Mass 273, 364 

Preisman, Wayne Arnold '68. 

3181 N. Pollard St., Arlington 7, Va 379 

Prentis, Richard F., Jr. '68, 1233 37th St., Des Moines, Iowa.. .283 

Priest, Fred Owen '67, 505 Superior St., Oak Park, 111 297 

Primm, Richard K. '66, 

511 Primm Circle, Thomasville, N, C 289, 347 

Primmerman, Charles Alan '68, 

88 Fletcher Rd., Bedford, Mass 379 

Prince, Chesley Hammond '68, 

2 Woodland Ct., Lutherville, Md 379 

Prindle, William S. '69, 6120 Bradley Blvd., Bethesda, Md...400 
Pritchard, Richard H. '67, 

11 Saluda Hgts., Ware Shoals, S. C 364 



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Prizer, William F., Jr. '67, 

220 E. Fillmore St., Petersburg, Va 291, 364 

Prodgers, Toby Batson '68, 

Waldstrasse 31, Bad Godesberg, Germany 287, 379 

Prosser. Peterman Ridge '68. 

6724 Esplanade Ave., Baton Rouge, La 379 

Prout. Andrew W., Ill '69, 

1000 Fairway Blvd.. Columbus, Ohio 283, 400 

Pultz, Frederick Ross '69, 

5309 Denwood Ave., Memphis, Tenn 400 

Pulver, Douglas S. '69. 

235 N. Pleasant Ave.. Ridgewood, N. J 400 

Purnell. Frederick. Jr. '66. 38 Earle St.. Norwood, Mass...303, 347 
Putzell, Edwin Joseph, III '67, 

800 N. Lindbergh Blvd., St. Louis 66, Mo. 



Quesenberry, William O., Jr. '66, 

10506 Greenacres Dr., Silver Spring, Md. 
Quinn, Graham E. '69, 1307 Evergreen Dr., Greenville, N. C...400 



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Rabin, Randy D. '69, 3516 Friendly Rd., Greensboro, N. C...400 
Ramsey, Julian Little '68. 

3167 Downwood Cr.. Atlanta 27, Ga 278, 379 

Randall. David S. '66. 

13 Magnolia Pky.. Chevy Chase, Md 136, 234, 271, 347 

Raper. Julian Robert. Ill "67, 

275 Drumstick Rd., Barrington, R. 1 364 

Raper, Thomas E. '69, 

2446 Lyndhurst Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C 400 

Ratelle, Michael John '67, 

6935 NW 3rd Ave., Miami, Fla 200, 273 

Rawlings, Douglas M. '69, 

1312 Eastwood Rd., Pascagoola, Miss 400 

Ray, James Claude '68, Washington St., Ashburn, Ga 380 

Ray, Ronald A. '69. 

2305 Cherokee Dr., Greensboro. N. C 291. 400 

Reamer. Richard Rankin '67, 

111 W. Colonial Dr.. Salisbury. N. C 297. 364 

Reames. Calvin E., Jr. '69, RR 3, Box 618, Lake Wales, Fla...400 
Redinger, Robert Paul "67. 503 N. Walnut St., Dover, Ohio..364 
Redmond, John Andrew '68. 

17 Ivey Trail, Greenville, S. C 172, 380 

Reed, Gregory Lee '67. Rt. 1, Box 20B. Brookeville, Md 364 

Reed, James Stewart '68, 

320 Lincoln Ave., Lansdowne, Pa 292, 380 

Reed, Joseph William '68. 

6637 Barnaby St. NW. Washington, D. C 380 

Reed. Richard G. '67. 126 N. Washington, Delaware, Ohio. 297 

Reese, Marcus Lee '68, 604 Pate St., Monroe, N. C 106 

Reich, Charles Frank '68, 108 Hilltop Rd., Naugatuck, Conn.. .380 
Reider, Richard Koons, Jr. '67, 

2115 Woodlawn Dr., Laporte, Ind 106, 285 

Reifsnyder, Richard Wm. '68, 

477 Leonard Rd., Huntingdon Valley, Pa 212, 380 

Rekate, Harold L. '66, 

811 Chesapeake Ave., Annapolis, Md 347 



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Renneker, Michael Thomas "67, 

75 Blenheim Rd., Columbus, Ohio 106, 297 

Ressetar, Robert M. '69, 75 Clifton Ave.. Clifton, N. J 401 

Rettig, William T. '69, 990 Woodmere Dr., Westfield, N. J. ..401 
Reynolds, Benoni O. V. '66, Headquarters Fifth A. F., 

APO San Francisco, Calif 267, 276, 348 

Reynolds, John C. '66, 

500 lona St., Metairie, La 65, 266, 268, 273, 348 

Rice, Charles Edgar, III '67, 

438 Argyle Dr., Falls Church, Va 286 

Rich, Simon B. '67, New Lake Farm, Belhaven, N. C...303, 365 
Richardson, David P. '66, 

1449 E. Goodrich Lane, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Richardson, James G., Ill '67, 

2200 NW 9th Place, Gainesville, Fla. 
Richardson, John Terry '68, 

910 Liberty Dr., Thomasville, N. C 106, 289, 380 

Richardson. John W.. Jr. '69. 

505 W. Cornwallis Dr., Greensboro. N. C 401 

Riedy. Robert Frederick '67. 

621 N. Graham St., .Mlentown, Pa 118, 365 

Riesenfeld, Robert John '68, 

561 Summit Ave., Oradell, N. J 133, 276. 380 

Riggs. David Alan '68. 46 Charles St.. Auburn. N. Y 276, 380 

Riggs, Robert Thomas '67. 

1512 Summit St.. McKeesport, Pa 303, 365 

Rivera, James R. '66, 3409 Hope Valley Rd. No. 5, Durham, N. C. 

Robb, George W. '67. 1492 Saginaw Ave.. Bend. Ore 365 

Robbins. Henry H.. Jr. '67. 

2115 Providence Rd., Charlotte. N. C 365 

Robbins, John Coe '68. 809 Parkway. High Point, N. C 380 

Roberson. Samuel Edgar '68. 

1504 Court St.. MaryviUe. Tenn 380 

Roberts, Bruce Allen '68, 

7367 Old Lake Shore, Lake View, N. C 380 

Roberts, David M. '68, 

Rd. No. 3, Mechanicsburg, Pa 134, 135. 277, 380 

Roberts. Michael A.. Jr. '68, 

57 Canterbury Dr., Ramsey, N. J 275, 380 

Roberts, Michael B. '69, 

2913 Damascus Rd., .\ugusta, Ga 401 

Roberts. Michael F. '69. 

1081 N. Jamestown Rd.. Apt. F. Decatur. Ga 297. 401 

Roberts. Stuart D. '69. 

1163 Ballytore Rd.. Huntingdon Vy. Pa 301, 401 

Roberts. Thomas L.. Jr. '67. 

1029 SE 12th Way. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 277 

Robertson. David Fudge '67. 

25 Elmview Ter.. Pittsfield. Mass 365 

Robertson. James H. '69, 

1797 W. Union Blvd.. Bethlehem. Pa 268. 281, 348 

Robinson. George Michael '68. 

1701 W. 10th St.. Sedalia, Mo 275, 380 

Robinson, Gregory N. '69, 

QTRS A, USN Hospital. Oakland, Calif 401 

Robinson. James T. '66. 

1664 Aberdeen Rd.. Baltimore. Md 132. 142. 348 

Robinson. Richard S. '69. 

306 Creswell Dr.. Falls Church. Va 289. 401 

Rochen. Jeffrey D. '69. 4 Hampton Rd., Lynbrook, N. Y 401 

Rock, Jay Thomas '68, 701 Academy Place, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Roche, Kerry John '68, 

3916 Jefferson St., Hollywood. Fla 277, 380 

Rodin, Steven G. '66, 61 Catherine Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y...273. 348 

Rogers, Joe Mark '68. 608 Austin Ave.. Gary, N. C 380 

Rogers. Paul Hamilton '68. 

Rt. 1. Hartsville, S. C 132, 142, 283, 380 

Rohde. William C. '69. 606 Main St.. Reisterstown. Md...277, 401 
Rollins. Vinton Lee "68. 

103 W. Meeting St.. Morganton. N. C 380 

Romano. Dennis Michael '67. 41 Guyer Rd.. Westport. Conn. .278 

Romig. Bruce '67. 853 Ridge Rd.. Annandale. Va 365 

Romp, Walter G. '66, 

Box 7. Avery. Ohio 158, 172. 180, 228, 311, 348 

Root. Mark Woodson '68. 

3924 Dupont Circle. Jacksonville, Fla 286, 380 

Rose, Clifford H. '69, P. O. Box 369, Jamestown. N. C 401 

Rose. Danny O. '69. 

612 B West Palmetto. Florence. S. C 116. 278. 401 

Rose, John William. Jr. '67, 

1785 Shades Crest Rd.. Birmingham. Ala 271, 365 

Rosenberg, Stuart A. '69, Waverly, Va 401 

Rosenblatt. Steven '69. 

1735 SW 13th Ave.. Miami, Fla 136. 145. 281, 401 

Rosenthal, Robert Mark '68, 

2475 Nicholson Dr., Baton Rouge, La 305. 380 

Roser, Robert Hutchins '68, 

4 Prade Lane, Massapequa Park. N. Y 380 



Ross, Alan Lawrence '67, 

179 Hunting Ridge Rd.. Stamford, Conn 210 

Ross, Alfred Kern '67. 206 Hawthorne Rd., Elkin, N. C...200. 365 
Ross. Robert E. '69. 53 County Rd., Demarest, N. J. ..277, 401 
Rotella. Peter Anthony '68, 

96 East 12th St., Huntington Sta., N. Y 380 

Roth. Robert Andrew, Jr. '68, 

102 Oklahoma Ave., Wilmington, Del 139, 299, 380 

Rothman. George Kopel '67, 85 Pine St., Oxford. Pa.. .305, 365 
Rothrock, Michael E. '69, Rt. 1, Lewisville, N. C...277, 401 

Royal, Peter A. '69, 47 Beechtree Rd., Levittown, Pa 278 

Rubin. Hvman Sylvan '67. 

306 Saiuda Ave., Columbia, S. C 305, 365 

Rubin. Peter Jonathan '67, 

684 High St., Bath, Maine 160, 305, 365 

Rudberg. Joe Arthur '68, 

6124 Meadow Crest, Dallas 30. Texas 305, 380 

Rudin. John Jesse. Ill '66. 1640 Marion Ave., Durham, N. C...348 
Ruey. John S. '69, 744 Maplewood Ave.. Ambridge. Pa. ..301. 401 
Ruggero, John Clement '67, 1500 College Rd., Raleigh, N. C. 
Rugh. William B. '69. 

3410 Morkel Dr., Godfrey, 111 210, 401 

Ruis, Ronald Harold, II '68, 

1916 S. Ferncreek Ave., Orlando. Fla 162, 278, 380 

Rundles. Ward Frederick '67, 

132 Pinecrest Rd., Durham, N. C 365 

Running. Robert Elmer '68, 

631 Rapids St.. Roanoke Rapids, N. C 297, 380 

Rupp. Daniel R. '66. 

2001 Tremont Rd.. Columbus. Ohio 230, 284, 348 

Russ, Michael Claude '66. 

2684 Birchwood Dr. NE. Atlanta 5. Ga 294 

Rutenberg, David Charles '67, 

34-35 76 St.. Jackson Hgts. 72, N. Y 291, 365 

Rutherford, Kenneth Alan '68. 

213 N. Madison St., Tupelo, Miss 299, 380 

Ryan, Francis William '68, 103 Blakely Rd., Chester, Pa.. .106, 278 



^ Sachs, Steven W. '69, 

*^ 7004 Deerfield Rd., Baltimore 8, Md 299, 401 

Saks. Jerome Harold '68, 

423 Woodlawn Ave.. Beckley, W. Va 301, 380 

Salsbury, Stuart Marshall '68, 4108 Hwy., Baltimore 25, Md...380 
Salter. Manuel Lee. Jr. '68, 

187 West Hills Rd.. Huntington Sta., N. Y 281, 380 

Sammons. Jack Lee. Jr. '67, 

2753 Ponderosa Cr., Decatur. Ga 292 

Samuels. William Oscar '67, 

1020 Nine .Acres Lane, Mamaroneck, N. Y 305, 365 

Samson. Willis Kendrick '68. 

609 Broad St.. Syracuse 10. N. Y 292, 380 

Sanderson. Timothv Alonzo '68, 

432 Warley St. U. S. Naval, Newport, R. 1 380 

Sands, Alexander P. '67. 

1118 S. Main St.. Reidsville, N. C 296, 365 

Sands, Blase Dale '68, 

6144 N. 12th Rd., Arlington, Va 275, 380 

Sandusky. Chad Bingly '67. 

3906 Northwest Dr.. College Park. Ga 365 

Sapp, James Stephen '68, 

10 Forest Rd., Asheville, N. C 293, 380 

Sapp. Robert Holmes "66. 

198 Wyoming Ave.. Maplewood. N. J 349 

Saunders. Richard J. '69. 

534 Patricia Dr.. San Antonio, Tex 293, 401 

Savitz. Edward O. '69. 3301 Lykes Ave., Tampa, Fla...294, 401 
Schadt, Charles F. '67. 

4281 Montrose Dr.. Memphis 17, Tenn 272, 365 

Schechter, Arnold Morris '68, Box 614. Kinston, N. C 381 

Schenck. Ralph F. '67, 

311 Woodland Ave., Avon By the Sea, N. J 365 

Scherer. Glenn D. '69, 6267 SW 57th St., S. Miami, Fla...401 
Scherf. Chrisman G. '68, 

102 06 Ascan Ave., Forest Hills 75. N. J...136, 280, 381 
Schick. Gustav A. '66. 550 W. Main St.. Millville, N. J...277, 349 
Schipke. Michael H. '67. 

18 Briarwood Rd.. W. Hartford, Conn 186, 293 

Schiro. Gregory W. '67. 

150 Berkshire Rd., Hasbrouck Hgts.. N. J 365 

Schlesinger. Martin '69. 126 Va. Ave.. Hampton, Va 401 

Schlogl, John G. '67. 132 Radcliff Cr., Durham. N. C. 
Schlosser, Paul M. '66, 

546 Laurel Grove Lane, Orange Park, Fla 349 

Schluderberg, Herbert H. "67, 

5023 Gwynn Oak Ave.. Baltimore. Md 286 

Schmidt. James R. '67. 417 Highland Rd.. Pottstown. Pa 365 

Schneider. David C. '69, 1874 Virginia Ave., McLean, Va 401 

Schodde, Joseph A. '68. 2147 Grace Dr.. Santa Rosa, Calif 381 



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Schoenfeld, Brian L. "68, 1028 Covington Lane, Norfolk, Va.. 
Schorr, Stephen A. '67, 

815 W. Church Rd., Elkins Park, Pa 220, 305, 

Schumer, Dennis R. '66, 

1428 Isted Rd., Glen Burnie, Md 301, 

Schurlknight. Donald E. '69, 

1392 Sarazen Dr., Rockledge, Fla 303, 

Schwab, Joseph R. '67, 

1015 N. Elmwood Ave., Oak Park, 111 158, 159, 176, 

Schwartz, Theodore '69, 

1822 Erlen Rd., Melrose Park, Pa 305, 

Schweiger, Don A. '68, 316 Arizona St., Portsmouth, Va 

Schweitzer, Edward C. Jr. '67, 

487 Broadview, Highland Park, III. 

Scott, David S. '67, 3700 Freedom Dr., Charlotte, N. C 

Scott, Michael H. '67, 622 Hanover Ct., Rock Hill, S. C...172, 
Scott, Richard L. '68, 4706 Kittyhawk Way, Louisville, Ky.. 
Scott, Watson T. '66, 

4125 Leiand St., Chevy Chase, Md 296, 

Scotten, Stephen L. '69, 1306 Evans Rd., Aiken, S. C...29I, 
Scull, John C. '68. 2 Milford Rd., Newport News, Va...291, 
Seamans, Richard F. '67, 

New Monument St., Concord, Mass 283, 

Seidel, Robert K. '68, 

102 Clarendon Ct., Metuchen, N. J 300, 

Selden, Stephen J. '66, 22 Pleasant St., W. Hartford, Conn. 
Self, Michael L. '66, 

4413 NE 21 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 237, 

Self, WiUiam K.. Jr. '69, 701 Peyton Circle, Marks, Miss 

Sellers, Harvey J.. Ill '69, 8 Grant Dr., Lavale, Md 

Sellers, Michael P., IV '67, 111 Oak Grove Rd., Norfolk, 
Sellers, Thomas B. '69. 610 Barcliff Rd., Norfolk. Va...293, 

Seltzer, Scott L. '69, 341 Dewey, Evanston. Ill 304, 

Serbell, John D. '67, Hillside Rd., Dauphin, Pa 291, 

Serravezza, William J. '67, 

12 Robert Martin Lane. Scarsdale, N. Y 106, 296, 

Sessoms, Howard C. "66, 6U4 E. 7 St., Lumberton, N. C 

Severson, Gerald R. '68. 

7615 Mason Dells, Dallas, Tex 293, 

Seymour, Richard G. '66, 

223 Pine Grove Rd., Southern Pines, N. C 290, 

Shackford, James H. '66, 

812 NW 41, Oklahoma City, Okia 106, 296, 

Shaefer, Richard L. '69, 

Bo.\ 51 H.Q. 3 Air Force, APO New York, N. Y 

Shafer. Irving E., Ill '69, 

618 Margaret Dr., Statesville, N. C 

Shahan, Michael E. '68. 

504 Driftwood Dr. W., Palm Harbor, Fla... 203, 302, 
Shannon, Randolph W., Ill '69, RED 1, Society Hill, S. C. ... 
Shapins, Frank D. '68, P. O. Bo.\ 952, Vero Beach. Fla. .298, 
Sharoff, Barry L. '68, 5735 E. Cedar Ave.. Denver, Col. .300, 
Sharp, Christopher P. '66, 210 Washington St., Noburn, Mass.. 

Sharp, Robert R. '66. 700 Milltown Rd., Wilmington, Del 

Sharratt, Bryan E. '69, 7403 Hampton Blvd., Norfolk, Va.... 
Shasby, Douglas M. '67, 

146 Wildwood, Youngstown, Ohio 106, 160, 

Shaw, Dale R. '69, RD 1, Stewartstown, Pa 

Shearer, Rees R. '68, 3125 N. Abingdon St., Arlington, Va. 
Shearon. Elder L., Ill '66, 

2826 Lombardt, Memphis, Tenn 172, 

Sherrard, Thomas J., Ill '66, 

1936 SE 17 Ct.. Pompano Beach, Fla 66, 289, 

Sherrill, William F. '66, 101 Avalon Rd., Winston-Salem, N 
Shipp, Robert T. '68, 2054 Kirby Rd.. McLean, Va. 
Shirvis, David F. '69. 200 East Rd., Glenn Ellyn, 111.. .276, 
Shives, Aubrey C, Jr. '66, 

25 Ashley Ave., Greenville, S. C 275, 

Shives, Fletcher G. '68, 25 Ashley Ave., Greenville, S. C 

Shoemaker, Raleigh A. '67. 

1220 E. Morehead St.. Charlotte, N. C 293, 

Shoneman, Charles H. '69, 

604 Elkins Ave.. Elkins Park, III 304, 

Shoop, Richard A. '67, 364 W. 9 St., Salem, Ohio 
Shore, Philip L., Ill '69, 

1409 Lyndhurst Dr.. High Point. N. C 

Shorenstein, Stuart A. '68, 55 Spruce Dr.. Roslyn, N. Y...300, 

Shupe. David R. '69, 6705 Sorrel St., McLean, Va 

Shutkin. Thomas N. '69, Hatfield Hill Rd., Bethany, Conn.. 
Siddall, Patrick '67, 5419 Taney Ave., Alexandria, Va. 
Sigmon, John T. '69, 

1144 Norland Rd., Charlotte, N. C 274, 

Sikora, Robert F. '68, 

256 22 Kensington PI., Great Neck, N. Y 

Silverforb. David B. '67, 7315 Holmes, Kansas City, Mo 

Silverman, Frederick 1. '68, 86 Bay Heights Dr., Miami, Fla... 

Simmons, Douglas E. '67, Rt. 2, Box 587, Easley, S. C 

Simmons, William B., Jr. '66, 

130 W. Lebanon St., Mount Airy, N. C 



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Simon, Steven E. '68, 75 Nob Hill Rd., New London, Conn 381 

Simon, William A., Ill '69, 155 Secor Lane, Pelham, N. Y..402 
Simons, Robert A. '68, 

1236 W. 69 St., Kansas City, Mo 144, 304 

Simons, William J. '68, 614 Raleigh Rd., Wilson, N. C...289, 381 
Simpson. Jon H. '67. P. O. Box 14. Cottonwood, Ariz.. .276, 365 

Simpson, Robert F. '69, Rt. 1, Brevard, N. C 402 

Sims, Larry D. '66, 3629 NW 12 St., Oklahoma City, Okla...350 
Sinclair, Timothy A. '66, 

1688 Otter Creek Rd., Nashville, Tenn 237, 279, 350 

Sizemore, Frank J. '68, 

629 Colonial Dr., High Point, N. C 289, 381 

Slade, William S. '68, RED 4, Baxley, Ga 381 

Slaughter, Richard G. '68, Rt. 5, Box 62, Austin, Tex 292 

Slease, Clyde H., Ill '66, 

637 Pitcairn PI., Pittsburgh, Pa 289, 350 

Slivinske, Dale A. '68, 

309 Haven Ave., Scotch Plains, N. Y 302, 381 

Sluder, Larry L. '68, P. O. Box 15. Enka, N. C. 

Small, Philip W. '67, 1932 Sharon Lane. Charlotte, N. C...284, 365 

Smalley, Lee A. '69, Rt. 17, Knoxville, Tenn 402 

Smith, Adon N., Ill '69, 2329 Pender PI., Charlotte, N. C.-284, 402 
Smith. Brian C. '66, 

1310 Lawrence Rd., Chattanooga, Tenn 230, 350 

Smith, Charles O., Ill '69, 

207 11 Ave. SW, Moultrie, Ga 158, 272, 402 

Smith, Darland C. '68, 110 Leavell Woods Dr.. Jackson, Miss. .381 

Smith, David K. '69, 652 Beechwood Lane, Butler. N. J 297 

Smith, Donald D., '67, 314 S. Darlington, Tulsa, OkIa 365 

Smith, Donald F. '67, 8154 S. Clyde Ave., Chicago, III. 

Smith, Gregory Lynn '68, 14 S. Main St.. Jacobus, Pa 381 

Smith, James H. '69, 

3003 Knobview Dr.. Nashville, Tenn 280, 402 

Smith. John Howard '68, 

1109 NE Second Ave., Delray Beach, Fla 381 

Smith. Kingston Earl '68. 141 Pasture Rd., Poquoson, Va..283, 381 
Smith. Michael Edward '67. 

218 Sar.itoga Ave.. Spartanburg, S. C 286, 366 

Smith, Norman A. '66, 

6914 Linda Lake Dr., Charlotte, N. C 198, 234, 350 

Smith, Robert K. '66, 

505 S. Taylor St., Rocky Mount, N. C 162, 350 

Smith, Steven Lee '68, 

917 Wellington Rd., Baltimore, Md 274, 366 

Smith, Thomas M. '69, 700 Merrifield Rd.. Louisville, Ky 402 

Smith. William T., Jr. '69, 

353 Maple Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa 271, 402 

Smithson, Frank W. '69, 748 Georgetown Dr., Nashville, Tenn. 

Smoland. Paul N. '69, 1116 Conger Dr., Aiken, S. C 402 

Smolen, Peter N. '69. 810 Memorial Dr., Ahoskie, N. C...272, 402 
Smull, Michael W. '66. 4200 Forest Lane, McLean, Va...206, 351 
Smythers, Alex J,ickson '68, 58 Park St., Warsaw, N. Y...302, 381 
Snead, Philip Trout '68, 

6915 York Rd., Baltimore, Md 145, 297, 381 

Sneeringer. William James, IV '68, 

906 Poplar St., .Annapolis, Md 199, 381 

Snell, Thomas E. '69, 

2414 Cortland St., Waynesboro, Va 136, 283, 402 

Snell, Robert D. '69, 4008 Texas, Vernon, Texas 292, 402 

Snider, Richard H., Jr. '66, 169 Maple Ave.. Oakfield, N. Y...351 

Snow, Rodney Wayne '68. Stadium Dr., Spray, N. C 381 

Snyder, Jeffrey B. '69. 27 Kelly St., Metuchen, N. J 145 

Sobell, Maurice H., Ill '69. 

30091 Ponds View Dr., Franklin, Mich 279, 402 

Solie, Guy Thomson '67, 

4213 Yuma Dr.. Madison, Wis 158, 297, 311, 366 

Somers. William R. '66, 

421 W. Vanderbilt Dr., Oak Ridge, Tenn 297, 357 

Sommerville, Donald Paul '68, 

1509 Pigeon Point Rd., Beaufort, S. C. 
Southern, Gilbert E.. Jr. '67, 

2447 Jefferson Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C 366 

Southern, Samuel O. '66, 

2715 Barmettler St., Raleigh, N. C 66, 320, 351 

Spader, Bruce Edward '68, 

19 Willowbrook Acres. Parkersburg, W. Va 366 

Spears, Drew S. '69, Rd. 1, Riefelsville, Pa. 
Spears, Roswell H., Ill '69, 

803 Woodland Ave., Johnson City, Tenn 302, 402 

Spiegel, Mark Alexander '68, 

807 N. Elm Dr., Beverly Hills, Calif 304, 381 

Sprague, Stuart R. '69, 8101 Edinburgh, Clayton, Mo 403 

Spraitzar, Stephen S. '69, 1 Joanna Way, Chatham, N. J 403 

Sprugel, Douglas G. '69, 6912 Cherry Lane, Annandale, Va 403 

Squires, Willard D., Jr. '69, 

185 Gordon St., Pittsburgh, Pa 272, 403 

Stackhouse, Douglas E. '68, 

315 Muriel Ave., N. Plainfield, N. J 381 

Stadiem, Hyman '68, 1201 Sutton Dr., Kinston, N. C...272, 381 



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Stadiem, William H. '69, 105 Wilson Ave., Kinston, N. C...230, 
Stamile, Patrick M. '66, 

13 Milton St., RFD 1, Sayville, N. Y 305, 

Stanford, Herschel E., Jr. '66, 

4146 Paran Pines Dr., Atlanta, Ga 271, 

Stanley, Ronald Jay '68, 134 Stanley Dr., Kernersville, N. C. 
Staples, William C. '69, 

1202 Crescent Dr., Mt. Airy, N. C 230, 

Stark, Steven Zachary '68, 

1908 Millersville Pike, Lancaster, Pa 

Starns, Byron E., Jr. '66, 1209 W. Shewartz, 

Apt. 1, Carbondale, 111 65, 145, 160, 172, 176. 284, 

Staten, Lyle V., Jr. '69, 

3225 Memorial Blvd., Kingsport, Tenn 

Stauffer, Robert E. '66, 353 Oakridge Dr., Rochester, N. Y. 
Stauffer, William R. '66, 605 Wimpleton Place, Louisville, Ky. 
Stauss, Benjamin George '67, Rt. 4, Box 69, Easton, Md... 

Stavins, Charles F. '67, 1215 92 St., Niagara Falls, N. Y 

Steele, David L. '69, 8664 Boston St., Ft. Lewis, Wash 

Steele, Jack M. '69, Box 1358, Port Arthur, Texas 

Steib, Russell J. '66, 167 Wilson Ave., Niles, Ohio 

Stein, Richard Allan '68, 

102 St. Lawrence St., Rehaboth Beach, Del 

Steinberg, Herman W., Jr. '69, 687 Park Ave., Paterson, N. J.. 
Steinbruegge, Robert W. '69, 

1446 Rainier Falls Dr., Atlanta, Ga 

Stenberg, Edwin S., Ill '69, 

404 Yeager Ave., Ft. Benning, Ga 284, 

Stephens, Michael Allan '67, 

415 E. Malone St., Hanford, Calif 

Stephenson. William H. '68, 

267 Woodberry Dr., Bloomfield Hill, Mich 

Stevens, Barry W. '66, 

1306 Abbeville Ave. NW, Aiken, S. C 311, 

Stevens, James H., Jr. '66, 

5827 Falkirk Rd., Baltimore, Md 302, 

Stevens, Pierre Vandale '68, 

307 Belmont Ave., Cannonsburg, Pa 292, 

Stewart, James Edward '66, 

Bell Bldg., Verdiers Bluff, Beaufort, S. C 

Stewart, John Douglas '67, 

1204 Covington Rd., Carrcroft, Wilmington, Del. .161, 273, 
Stewart, Samuel K., Jr. '68, 

15 Cushman St., Plymouth, Mass 280, 

Stewart, William Ray '67, 

137 Country Club Place, Southbridge, Mass 

Still, John T., Ill '69, 

2426 E. Lake Dr., Raleigh, N. C 298, 

Stimson, William R. '67, 950 NW 8 St., Apt. 8B, Boca Raton, 
Stoel, Peter F. '69, 01411 SW Radchffe Rd., Portland, Ore... 
Stokes, Joseph Powell '68. 

1324 Highland Ave., Hendersonville, N. C 

Stokes. Paul Mason '68. 

1071 Falcon Ave., Miami Springs, Fla 274, 

Stoler. Stanley '68, 2612 Sawmill Rd., N. Bellmore, N. Y..298, 

Stone, Bruce W. '67. 5 Berwick Rd., Lexington, Mass 

Stone, Richard E. '69, RFD 2, Box 181, Pound Ridge, N. Y.. 
Stone. Sam George '67, 

367 Richmond Lane, Crystal Lake, 111 298, 

Stone, William F. '67, 2100 E. Walnut, Goldsboro, N. C. 

Stoner. Michael A. '66. 235 Brandon Court, Danville, Va 

Stoppelman, John S. '66. 

3415 Franklin Place, Wilmington, Del 295, 

Stratos, Milton S. '69, 

1301 Russell Dr. N., St. Petersburg, Fla 276, 

Stratton, Sherman Lee '67, Box 274, Laurel, Fla 

Strayhorn, William F., Ill '69, 818 Nancy St., Durham, N. C. 
Street. David P. '68, Box 17. Rt. 3, Charlottesville, Va. 
Streets, Benjamin F., Ill '67, 12891 Oakhurst Rd., Largo, Fla.. 
Strickland, Roy M. '69, Box 331, Smithfield, N. C. 
Stringfellow, Walter, III '67, 964 Cherry St., Winnetka, 111.... 
Strohl, Daniel Schuvler '68, 

320 S. Harrison St., East Orange, N. J 305, 

Stryker, Henry B., Ill '69, 

1 Holiday Lane, Taxarkana, Texas 292, 

Stuart, William Kelly '68. 2234 Woodrow St., Durham, N. C. 

Stubbs, Gary Winterson '68, Rd. 5, Carlisle, Pa 298, 

Stubbs, Robert D. '69, 

310 N. Highland St., Gastonia, N. C 129, 288, 

Stuebner, Jon W. '66, 18 Dromara Rd., St. Louis, Mo. .283, 
Suffness, Michael B. '69, 408 Pingree Ave., Trenton, N. J. .305, 
Sullivan, Edward Joseph '68, 

39 Bamford Place, Irvington, N. J 

Summerlin, Daniel C Jr. '67, 

615 W. Main St., Mt. Olive, N. C 282, 

Sumner, William Emslie '67, 

144 Anthony St., Gaffney, S. C 268, 297, 

Sumner, Edmund C. '69, 1209 Wilton Lane, Kirk wood. Mo. 



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Sussman, William Charles '68, 

849 Paradiso Ave., Coral Gables, Fla 382 

Sutherland, John D. '66, Rt. 1, Box 374R, Port Clinton, Ohio..352 
Swagart, Harry Augustus '67, 

10201 Grosvenol Place, Rockville, Md 270, 366 

Swan, Richard H. '67, Rt. 1, Box 267-A, Kerrville, Texas 290 

Sweet, Charles Vann '68, 

4985 Lake Forrest Dr. NW, Atlanta, Ga 296, 382 

Swennes, Robert Harvey '67, 

8424 Mt. Tibet Dr., El Paso, Texas 138, 197, 366 

Swetnam, John Wilber '68, 1702 S. Lakewood, Tulsa, Okla. 
Swiger, Ernest C, Jr. '69, 

525 Stanley Ave., Clarksburg. W. Va 403 

Swinden. Elbert Dennis, Jr. '67. 3707 Acosta Rd.. Fairfax. Va...302 
Swinney, John G. '67, 201 Hempstead Place, Charlotte, N. C...279 
Swogger, Richard L. '68, 12580 Chillicothe Rd., Chesterland, Ohio 
Swomley, Michael T. '68, 

3212 Brightwood Ave., Baltimore, Md 106, 279 



Taft, Edmund M. '69, 

595 Parkview Dr., Burlington, N. C 274, 403 

Taft, Richard Chesson '67, 

1707 E. 5th St., Greenville, N. C 285, 366 

Taft, Thomas Fleming '68, 

119 W. 3rd St., Greenville, N. C 136, 382 

Tanenbaum, Marc A. '69, 

108 Romaine Dr., Spartanburg, S. C 403 

Tarsoff, Barry Joel '67, 

802 E. Front St., Plainfield, N. J 273, 366 

Tarasuk, William Elarion '68, 

306 Marion St., Bridgeport, Conn 274, 382 

Tasker, Richard William '67, 96 Locksley Rd., Lynnfield, Mass. 
Taurman, John David '68, 

350 Greensboro Dr., Dayton, Ohio 298, 382 

Tavernise, Michele '68, 208 Watts St., Durham, N. C. 

Taylor, Richard K. '66, Rt. 3, Burlington, N. C 352 

Taylor, William R. '66, 1717 Colony Rd., Salisbury, N. C 352 

Taylor, William Roy, Jr. '68, 

801 S. Mecklenburg Ave., South Hill, Va 382 

Teal, James Robert '67, 520 Gradin Rd., Charlotte, N. C...286, 366 

Telge, Mark Charles '68, 1779 Elm St., Manchester, N. H 106 

Thackrey, Kent D. '66, 

102 W. Rosemary Lane. Falls Church, Va 296, 352 

Thies, Austin C, Jr.'69, 2429 Red Fox Trail, Charlotte, N. C...403 
Thomas, Cornelius B., Jr. '69, 

2069 Springlake Dr. NW, Atlanta, Ga 403 

Thomas, Edmund W., Jr. '69, 

1411 Siena Ave., Coral Gables, Fla 301, 403 

Thomas, Isaac C, Jr. '69, 506 Belmont Rd., Belmont, N. C...403 
Thomas, Wayne E. '69, 

850 Loridans Dr. NE, Atlanta, Ga 295, 403 

Thomas, Wilbur Wells, III '68, 

8308 Fenway Rd., Bethesda, Md 382 

Thompson, Arthur Blair '69, 40 Old Range Rd., Wilton, Conn...282 
Thompson. John Gill '68, 

113 College Ave.. Centerville. Tenn 288, 382 

Thompson, Joseph Madison '66, 

517 Gardner St., Raleigh, N. C 352 

Thompson, William H., Jr. '67. 

1912 Piedmont Way. South Bend, Ind 366 

Thore, Robert Eddie '67. 4100 Leeds Dr., Charlotte, N. C 366 

Thorne, William H. '69, Rt. 1, Littleton, N. C. 
Thornton, Robert B. '68, 

1308 Evergreen Ave., Goldsboro, N. C 382 

Thornton, Thomas S. '66, 

3230 Pensley Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C 353 

Thrasher. Michael A. '67. 1628 Morris Ave.. Norfolk, Va 366 

Thurber. James M. '69. 

2022 Innwood Rd. NE. Atlanta. Ga 282, 403 

Thurston. Thomas E. '69. 

162 27th Ave. N.. St. Petersburg, Fla 403 

Tibone, James Eugene '68, 

25 S. Long Beach Rd., Rockville Centre, N. Y 285, 382 

Tice, Stephen Alonzo '67, Box 434, Tice, Fla 203, 302, 366 

Tiffany, Terence Norman '67, 300 Forest Dr., Short Hills, N. J. 
Tilton, James T. '66, 4562 Pate Dr., Columbus, Ga. 

Timin, Gary P. '69, 1511 Pinewood St., Falls Church, Va 403 

Timmerman, William B. '68, 

1960 Queens Rd. W., Charlotte, N. C 281, 382 

Tisdale, Norwood Boyd '69, 

431 W. Long Lake Rd., Bloomfield Hills, Mich 298 

Tobias, Carl William '68, 

918 Sunset Ave., Petersburg, Va 305, 382 

Todorovich, Michael B. '67, 

9846 Waterbury Dr., Ladue, Md 230, 285, 366 

Tomes, James R. '69, 7319 Glen Arbor Rd., Louisville, Ky 403 

Tomko, David J. '66, RFD 14, Box 332, Richmond, Va...296, 353 
Toot, Douglas M. "69, 66 Edgewater, Poland, Ohio 403 



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Topping, Joseph C, Jr. "68, ■■/ 

Liverman Heights, Plymouth, N. C 382 »» 

Touw, Kenneth B, '69, 4 Hyde Ave., Jekyll Island, Ga 404 

Townsend, John Seaman '68, 

1624 Ale.xander Ave., Chambersburg, Pa 382 

Trader, Ronald G. '68, 91 Gircde Rd., East Aurora, N. Y 382 

Travelstead, Malcolm P. '68, 

4303 Keswick Rd., Bahimore, Md 106, 296, 382 

Tredway, James W., Ill '68, 

1106 W. Durwood Cressent, Richmond, Va 281 

Tremlett, Robert Stephen '68, 

302 E. Grove St., Greeneville, Tenn 275, 382 

Treut, William D. '69, 257 Tuttle Parkway, Westfield, N. J...302 

Tre.xler, William B. '66, 2 Berryville Rd., Greenville, S. C 353 

Tria, John Joseph, Jr. '68, 

Rt. 2, Box 446 A, Kings Mountain, N. C 382 

Trickett. Richard A. '69, 19035 Dixie Dr., Mt. Clemens, Miss...404 
Trippe, William Lambert '67, 

380 Argonne Dr., Atlanta, Ga 295, 366 

Trotman, Richard C. '67, 

20 W. View Rd., West Orange, N. J 276, 366 

Truax, Allan Bradley '68, RED 2, Berwick, Pa 136, 382 

Truslow, John D. '66, 621 Transylvania Ave., Raleigh, N. C 353 

Tscan, Donald Nelson, Jr. '68, 

1100 Clover Hill Rd., Wynnewood, Pa 285, 382 

Tudor, Michael Simon '67, 

1500 Military Hwy.,- Pineville, La 290, 366 

Tuke, Thomas Geoffrey '68, 

2275 Westfall Rd., Rochester, N. 'V 276, 382 

Turbiville, Richar B. '67, 

220 Gardenview, San Antonio, Texas 293, 366 

Turner, Arthur P., Ill '67, 

930 N. Texas Ave., Orlando, Fla 139, 366 

Turner, Carl C. '69, 1001 Dixon Dr., Richmond, Va 404 

Turner, George R., Ill '66, 

1515 Andover Rd., Charlotte, N. C 288, 353 

Tylka, Leonard Charles '69, 25 Third St., Fords, N. J. 

Ulrich, Dorn Wilcox '68, 115 Richards Ave., Paxton, Mass 277 

Umbreit, Thomas H. '69, 527 Prospect St., Westfield, N. J 404 

Underbill, Frederick H., Jr. '69, Rt. 2, Sycamore, III 404 

Unser, Albert R. '69, 2428 Thrasher Rd., Chesapeake, Va 288 

Upmeyer, Neil Albert '68, 

1333 Indian Rocks Rd., Clearwater, Fla 282, 382 

Urrutia, Richard F. '69, 

923 13th St., Newport News, Va 290, 404 

Vacendak, Stephen T. '66, 

1805 Sanderson Ave., Scranton, Pa 118, 288, 353 

Vandenberg, Jan S. '69, 

40 Grant St., Cresaptown, Md 129, 277, 404 

VanderWerf, Joseph N. '69, 

314 Arrowhead Lane, New Kensington, Md 136, 290 

Van Dusen, Richard Abbott '68, 

4606 Chesnut St., Bethesda, Md 382 

Vandyke, Allen Holstead '67, 

1101 W. Rock Spring, Greenville, N. C 282, 366 

Vanlandingham, David J. '66, 

1003 Meadow Heights Dr., Jackson, Miss 353 

Vann, Arthur, 111 '67, , ^ ^^^ 

111 Oakland Ave., Durham, N. C 106, 279, 366 

Vannortwick, William A., Jr. '67, 

4129 Ortega Forest Dr., Jacksonville, Fla 293 

Van Nostrand, Douglas '69, 2312 S. Brink Ave., Sarasota, Fla,..404 
Van Pelt, James C, Jr. '69, 

2428 N. Potomac St., Arlington, Va 404 

Varela, Arthur Alexis, Jr. '67, 

234 Belle Haven Rd., Alexandria, Va 139, 366 

Veatch, Jesse William, III '68, 

373 Pinetree Dr. NE, Atlanta, Ga 208, 210, 383 

Verga, Robert Bruce '67, 

416 Washington Blvd., Sea Girt, N. J 118 

Vick, Paul Allen '66, 1543 Iredell, Raleigh, N. C 118, 288 

Vincent, Bruce H. '69, 

945 N. Lebanon St., Arlington, Va 275, 404 

Vincent, Dale Leon, Jr. '68, 

945 N. Lebanon St., Arlington, Va 383 

Virgin, Edward Warren '68, 

910 Alabama Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 106, 288, 383 

Vogdes, James M., Ill '67, 

809 Colford Ave., CoUingswood, N. J 305, 366 

Von Klemperer. William J. '69, 

P. O. Box 361, Mill Neck, L. I., N. Y 161, 282, 404 

Von Salzen, Kirk K. '66, 

118 Foxcroft Rd., West Hartford, Conn 290, 353 

Vosburgh, George S., Ill '69, Box 212, Tryon, N. C...208, 404 
Vreeland, Arthur Alexander '67, 

324 Beechwood Rd., Ridgewood, N. J 282, 366 



r Waddell, Mark C. '68, 815 S. Columbine, Denver 9, Col. .287, 383 
Wade. Andrew Stuart '68, 

Sheeder Mill Farm, RD 1, Spring City, Pa 283 

Wade, John Barrett, 111 '67, 

26 Valley View Ave., Summit, N. J 305 

Wagner, William Orr '67, 330 Harford PI., Upland, Calif...303, 366 
Waldman, Robert James '68, 

94 Emily Ave., Elmont, L. I., N. Y 212, 299 

Waldo, James Robert '68, 

1923 N. Broadway, Shawnee, Okla 172, 299, 383 

Waldron, Jonathan C. '66, 

31 Lookout Rd., Mountain Lakes, N. J 296, 353 

Walker. Leo Lauhon, Jr. '67, 

St. Elizabeth's Hosp., Sta. L., Washington, D. C 367 

Walker, Roscoe, III '68, 

1900 Security Life Bldg., Denver, Col 144, 270, 383 

Walker, Stephen Lawrence '67, 

Rm. 609 Peoples Bldg., Charleston, S. C 273 

Wall, Joseph Edward '67, Rt. 5, Burlington, N. C 367 

Wallace, John F., Jr. '69, Rt. 1, Box 487, Belmont, N. C 404 

Wallace, William B. '69. 1910 Evans St., Morehead City, N. C...287 
Wallace, William Oscar '68, P. O. Box 295, Washmgton, N. C...383 
Wallas, Jonathan Paul '67, 

1901 Shoreham Dr., Charlotte 7, N. C 203, 

Walstad, Paul S. '69, 

286 Shady Brook Lane, Princeton, N. J 295, 

Walter, Henry '68, RD 3, Lititz, Pa 

Ward, Douglas Alan '68, 1804 Westhill Blvd., Westlake, Ohio. 
Warfield, William R. '66, 

640 Prospect St., Maplewood 1, N. J 291, 

Warlick, Paul William, Jr. '68, 

398 Vanderbilt Rd., Asheville, N. C 

Warner, David M. '66, 

200 Shady Circle Dr., Rocky Mount, N. C 

Warner, Gerret Preston '68, 

Old Brookville, Glen Head P. O., N. Y 

Warner, James Root, Jr. '68, 

916 Hay St., Fayetteville, N. C 288, 

Warren, Lawrence N., Jr. '69, 

501 Cedar St., Clinton, S. C 291, 

Warren, Richard Paul '68, 

2600 Brentwood PI.. Charlotte. N. C 118, 140, 

Washburn. John W., Jr. '69, Ruffin, N. C 297, 

Wasserman, Mark '68, 14 Ralph Rd., Marblehead, Mass.. .305, 
Waterfield, William Connelly '68, 

302 Oreland Mill Rd., Oreland, Pa 295, 

Waters, Roger '66, 509 47th St., Vienna, W. Va 

Watkins, David P., Jr. '68, 

1204 Greenville St., Anderson, S. C 

Watson, David "66, 

2723 Two Woods Rd., Bayside, Va 234, 303, 

Watson, George A., Ill '69, 4023 Bristol Rd., Durham, N. C. 
Watson, Richard L., Ill '68, 

109 Pinecrest Rd., Durham, N. C 283, 

Watson. Thomas Richard '68, 

603 Sunnyside Lane. Wilson, N. C 

Waxman, Edward R. '66, 

10751 Rose Ave., Apt. 215. Los Angeles, Calif 

Wayne, James Henry, Jr. '67. 

115 Westminister Dr., Jacksonville, N. C 

Weaver, James W. '69, 5103 Acacia Ave., Bethesda, Md 

Weber, John Edward '67, 

459 Jayson Ave., Pittsburgh 28, Pa 281, 

Weber, John H., Jr. '69, 

145 Marlborough Rd., Asheville, N. C 281, 

Webster, Charles Marshall "67, 4 Circle Dr., Rumson, N. J... 
Webster. Dana Lehr '67. 

79 Lake Wind Rd.. New Canaan, Conn 

Webster. Evan H. "69, 31 Fairview Ave., Chatham, N. J 

Weed. William C. "69. 1525 Dufossat St.. New Orleans, La. 
Weeks, Paul D. "69. 4274 Valencia Rd., Knoxville, Tenn.. .283, 
Weinhardt. Lewis W.. Jr. "66. 

26 Dunmore Rd.. Baltimore 28, Md 275, 

Weir. Jeremy "68, 304 W. Fairview Ave., Langhorne, Pa 

Weisner. John Ralph "67. 

1107 New Garden Rd., Greensboro, N. C 

Weiss. Jerome S., Jr. '69, 212 Shore Dr., Miami, Fla...301, 
Weldon, Wilson O.. Jr. "67, 

2100 W. Market St., Greensboro, N. C 289, 

Weller, Worth Hamilton "68, 

417 Gerona Ave., Coral Gables, Fla 

Wellman, David Kenton "68. 

1820 Wiltshire Blvd., Huntington, W. Va 270, 

Wells, Carl Franklin "68, 1071 Emerald Dr., Brandon, Fla... 

Wells, Earl C. '69, 420 4th St., Carnegie, Pa 

Wells, Guy E. '69. 131 Park PI., Wellington, Ohio 

Wells, James Harry "68, 

234 Queensbury Dr., Apt. 3, Huntsville, Ala. 
Wendelin, Ronald Lee "68, 1106 S. Edwards, Peoria, III. ..118, 289 



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Wenham, Frederick L., Ill '69. 

2U()50 Shaker Blvd.. Shaker Hgts.. Ohio 285, 

Werner. Jeffrey Smith '67. 

3801 Abbott Ave. S., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Wertheim. Martin J. '69, 506 Conkey Ave., Rochester, N. Y.. 
Wertz, Kenneth L. '66. 

6705 Cabin John Rd.. Springfield, Va 267, 

West, Milton L. '66, 601 E. College St., Warsaw, N. C 

West. Walter C. Ill 69. 

3352 Willow Oak Rd.. Charlotte, N. C 

Westberry. William H. "69. 

6129 Wales Court, Fort Worth. Te.x 291, 

Whalin, David Milton '68. 198 Eastway Dr.. Richmond, Ky.. 
Wheeler, Roscoe N.. Ill '69, 

1723 Massey Cr., S. Charleston, W. Va 

Wheland, Robert C. '66, 9033 S. Bell Ave., Chicago. III. 
Whildin. James G.. Jr. '69. 

1849 Arlington St.. Bethlehem, Pa 

White, Frank Alan '68, 79 Carriage Dr., Avon, Conn 287, 

White, Joseph K. '69, 1212 16th St., Wilmette, III. ..291, 
White, Nathaniel B., Jr. '67, 

1501 S. Alston Ave., Durham, N. C 

White. Robert M. '66. 

210 S. Abingdon St., Arlington, Va 234, 285, 

Whitehead, John F.. Ill '68, 

4900 Rockmere Ct., Washington 16, D. C 

Whitelaw. Robert S., Jr. '68, 3433 Springside Dr., Decatur, Ga.. 
Whitley, Richard James '67, 

192 Whilford Ave.. Nutlev 10. N. J 136, 

Whitley. Robert B. '66, 

4667 Verona Ave., Jacksonville. Fla 141. 234. 297, 

Whitney. Richard Kale '68, 

967 Province Lane. Mansfield, Ohio 

Wickersham, John Richard '68. 

Gran Hotel. Manuagua. Nicaragua 210, 293, 

Widell. Robert W. '66. Bo.x 545. Balboa, Canal Zone 

Wiggins, James F. '69. 3105 Preston Hollow, Ft. Worth. Tex.. 
Wiggins. Richard Calvin '67. 

603 N. Hyde Park Ave., Durham, N. C 

Wilbur. Henry M. '66. 843 Greenway Circle, Waynesboro, Va.. 



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Williams, Keary R. '66, 

Box 849, Hill St., Grundy, 
Williams, Keith Colby '68, 

412 Montanas Rocallosas, Mexico 10, Mexico 303, 383 

Williams. Marion E., Jr. '69, 

Woodridge Dr.. Murfreesboro, N. C 273, 405 

Williams, Phillip Gaines '68, 

Harshbarger Apts., Virginia Ave., Norton, Va. 
Williams. Richard B. '69. 

510 Boundary St., Sewickley, 
Williams, Richard B., Ill '69, 

5818 Ipswich Rd., Bethesda, 
Williams, Richard L. '69, 

1025 S. Alhambra Cr.. Coral Gables, Fla. 
Williams, Robert B. '67, Box 193. Walnut Cove, N. C...230, 367 
Williams. Sterling G., Jr. '69. 

7730 Dunfield Place, Norfolk, Va 405 

Willis, John Kelver '68, 

106 Belmeade Cr., Johnson City, Tenn 136, 297, 383 

Wilson, Charles Clinton '67, 214 E. Elm St., Wheaton, 111 355 

Wilson, Charles E. '66, 1206 Simpson, Evanston, III 297 

Wilson, David Brooks '68, 707 Chappell Ct., Mayfield, Ky...383 
Wilson. James Chamberlain '68. 

1729 NW 11th Rd., Gainesville, Fla 383 

Wilson, Jeffrey W. '68. 485 Milbeth Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa.. .299, 383 
Wilson. John Christain '67, Box 5005. Winston-Salem. N. C. 

Wilson. John D. '69. 52 N. Alicia, Memphis, Tenn 405 

Wilson, John Page '67, 2815 Chelsea Cr., Durham. N. C...I06, 279 

Wilson, Stephen J. "66. RD 1, Chester Springs, Pa 355 

Wingate, Larrv Lynn '68. 2117 Timber Dr.. Raleigh. N. C...384 

Winkler, Ronald L. '69. 6413 Earlham Dr.. Bethesda. Md 405 

Winters. Paul H. '68, 38 Samana Dr., Miami. Fla. ..301, 384 

Wisdom. Craig M. '69, 633 Starlight Dr.. Atlanta, Ga 271 

Wise, Hiram J.. Ill '66, Rt. 2, Box 40, Gibsonville. N. C 355 

Witter. Lon L. '67, Rt. I. Box 295. Crown Point, Ind 

Wohlford. R. Frank '68, 727 Chappell Rd., Charleston, W. 
Wolbert, Timothv H. '67, 

182 Valley Rd., Ellicott City, Md 162, 299, 



.367 
Va. 

367 



Wolf. Robert G. '68. 2810 Huey Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.. .281, 384 
Wolfe. James D. '69. Tara Dr., Johnstown, Pa 283, 405 




Wilcox. Everett H., Jr. '66, 

2880 Sunset Blvd., Bellair Bluffe, Largo, Fla 297, 311, 354 

Wilcox, Kent Westbrook '67. 

356 Fairfax Dr., Winston-Salem. N. C 367 

Wilfong, Walter Thomas '67, 

1679 S. Milledge Ave., Athens, Ga 367 

Wilhelm, Phillip H. '69, 1100 Greenwood, Wilmette, 111. .297, 405 
Willard, James Albert '68, 

8610 Whipps Bend Rd.. Lyndon, Ky 140, 289, 383 

Williams, Charles B., Jr. '68. 

5126 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville 10, Fla 299, 383 

Williams, Charles Dowling '68, Munfordville, Ky...I58, 273, 383 
Williams, George S. '69, 

704 E. Forest Hills Blvd., Durham, N. C 287, 405 

Williams, Jay C. '69. 12 S. Tealbrook, St. Louis, Mo... 145. 299, 405 
Williams, James Alexander '67, 

Rt. 1, Box 288, W. Point, Miss 230, 367 



Wolfe, John F. '68, 

408 Carolina Circle, Winston-Salem, N. C 384 

Wolfe, Karl F. M. '68, 4308 Old Canton Rd., Jackson. Miss...384 
Wolter, Carl S. '66, 

R.R. 2, Box 53, Charlottesville, Va 144, 289, 355 

Wonnacott, William C. '68, 

70 Richard Lane. Thornwood, N. Y 139. 281, 384 

Wood. Donald R. '67, 

12511 Boheme Dr., Houston, Tex 160, 289, 367 

Wood, Robert L. '67, 105 Hix Ave., Rye, N. Y 299 

Wood. Thomas K. '68, 

426 Braddock Ave., Daytona Beach, Fla 384 

Wood, William H. '66, RFD 1, Luray, Va 273 

Woodall. Frank A. '68, Old Post Rd., Erwin, N. C...I06, 279 
Woodard, Stephen C. '67, 742 Closter Dock Rd., Closter, N. J. 
Wooden. Ernest E., Ill '66, 

5200 Edgewater Dr., Norfolk, Va 267, 297, 355 



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Woodford, David K. '69, 

343 Mount Airy Dr., Paris, Ky 303, 405 

Woods, Edward A. '69, 

51 Center Ave., Morristown, N. J 287, 405 

Woodside, Joseph H. "69, 

2419 N. Woodrow St., Arlington, Va 405 

Woodward, Everett W. '68, 

1221 Edgewood Rd., Haverton, Pa 277, 384 

Worfiil, Stephen C. "67, 

Owl Creek Lane, Rt. 3, Box 199A, Anchorage, Ky 367 

Work, Jack '68. 2026 Deborah Dr., Atlanta, Ga 295, 384 

Workman. Erwin F., Jr. '66, 

141 Ardith Dr., Orinda, Calif 299, 355 

Worthington, John W. '68, 

1524 27th St. NW, Canton, Ohio 384 

Wright, Archie T., Ill '68, 

4829 Ft. Sumnea Dr., Washington, D. C 295, 384 

Wright, Glenn P. '68, 1945 E. 9th St., Charlotte, N. C...295, 384 
Wright, James D., Jr. '66. 846 Davis Dr. NW, Atlanta, Ga. 

Wright, John S. '69, Box 56, Maury, N. C 405 

Wuehrmann, David B. '68, 80 May Dr., Chatham, N. J 384 

Wunsch, James S. '68, 

7133 E. Shore Rd., Traverse City, Mich 384 

Wyatt, Alton E. '69, 203 Boiling Dr., Goldsboro, N. C 289 

Wylie, John C. '68, 

4200 Torringford St., Winstead, Conn 144, 287, 384 



T Yacker, Martin S. '69, 515 Cranford Ave., Linden, N. J. 
Yaeger, William L. '69, 

1752 Woodland Dr., Charlotte, N. C 275, 405 

Yates, Earl W. '66. 

Rt. 2, Box H. 30, Hamlet, N. C 106. 108, 297, 355 

Yeaton, Richard 1. '66, 92 Oaks Rd.. Framingham, Mass 223 

Yehling, George C, III '69, 27 E. 67th St., Kansas City, Mo...405 
Yoder, Larry A. '69, 

3519 Jacksonwald Ave., Reading, Pa 136, 405 

Yorra, Mark N. '69. 2001 S. Surf Rd., Hollywood, Fla 405 

Young, Charles H.. Jr. '69, 

2504 White Oak Rd., Raleigh, N. C 405 



Zeger, Dennis A. '67. 

34 E. Seminary St., Mercersburg, Pa 230, 367 

Zeidner, Daniel L. '69, 145 B. Fort Lee Rd., Leonia, N. J 405 

Zeller, Michael R. '67, 

86-10 Santiago St.. Jamaica, N. Y 301, 367 

Zengel, Frederick, Jr. '69. 

1033 State St.. New Orleans, La 301, 405 

Ziegler, Richard D. '67, 

1218 Hillside Blvd.. Wilmington, Del 299, 367 

Zimmer, Herbert J. '67, 

1401 Hawthorne Rd., Wilmington, N. C 305, 367 

Zimmer, William A. '66, 

133 Diana Dr., Poland, Ohio 118, 281, 355 

Zimmerman, Todd '69, 

413 Braeburn Rd., Ho-Ho-Kus, N. J 291, 405 

Zirkle, Alfred T. '68, 

801 Kentwood Dr.. Blacksburg, Va 106, 271, 384 

Zodda. Alfred T., Jr. '68, 

25 Elm St., Woodbury, N. Y 132, 143, 281, 384 

Zuker, Fred R. "67, 

913 McHann Dr., Chattanooga, Tenn 106, 271, 367 



WOMAN'S COLLEGE 

Abercrombie, Brenda L. '66, 

Rt. 2, Greenville, S. C 264, 323 

Abrams, Judith Ellen '68, 

7236 SW 55th Ave., Miami, Fla 248, 369 

Acree, Jackie '67. 

1702 Council Bluff Dr. NE, Atlanta, Ga 264, 357 

Adams, Mary E. '69, 5036 N. 25th St., Arlington, Va 387 

Addington, Ann Marie '67, 

327 Dover Rd., Carrsbrook, Charlottesville, Va 254, 357 

Adelson, Barbara Patz '66, Four Seasons, Apt. 6, Durham, N. C. 




Young, David R. '68, 

237 Schilling St., West Lafayette, Ind 384 

Young, Donald F. '66, 4911 N. 35th St., Arlington, Va 355 

Young, Henry N. '68, 

Province Line Rd., Princeton, N. J 144, 271, 384 

Young, Kenneth W. '68. Box 270, Burlington, N. C...139, 275 

Young, Robert '66, 1220 Brentwood Dr., Columbia, S. C 355 

Younger, John J. '67, 

803 S. McKinley, Champaign, III 271, 367 

Yuzna, Bruce J. '69, 1566 Coralwood Ct., Decatur, Ga. .287, 405 



Zaiser, Kent A. '67, 1248 Monterey Blvd., 

St. Petersburg, Fla 158, 159, 176, 283, 367 

Zambeiti, Victor J. '67, 

4114 Alhambra Dr. W., Jacksonville, Fla 200, 285, 367 

Zeese. Gordon R. "69, 2205 Devon Dr., Albany, Ga 405 



Adkinson, Margaret Jane '68, 

5907 Welborn Dr., Washington, D. C 369 

Agan, Bonlyn E. '69, 

1314 Pembroke Lane, Topeka, Kans 244, 284, 387 

Ahrendt, Thais E. '66, 

54 Union Place, Ridgefield Park, N. J 250, 323 

Aikens, Nancy '69, 698 Fernfield Cr., Wayne, Pa...260, 387 
Aitken, Shawn '68, Interpublic S. A., 

45 Pass Malbuisson, Geneva, Switzerland 369 

Alcock, Jane Moore '67, 

415 East 52nd St., New York, N. Y 357 

Aldridge, Virginia Kern '67, 

1106 Lafayette Ave., Rocky Mount, N. C 357 

Alexander, Pamela Gay '67, 

Box 144, King. N. C 240, 242, 357 

Alford, Judith Eleanor '67, 

3 Wake Robin Rd., Westport, Conn 254. 357 



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Alger, Terri A. '69, 728 W. Main St., Avon, Mass 387 

Allen, Deanna Ruth '68, 

15 Carnegie Ave., Huntington, N. Y 369 

Allen, Mollis '67, 46 Willow St., Southport, Conn 357 

Allen, Margaret Ashby "67, 

213 Lock Lane, Richmond, Va 263, 357 

Allison, Nancy Elinor "67, 

342 Northwood Rd., Riverside, 111 180, 357 

Allred, Linda J. '69, 

1080 N. Leak St., Southern Pines, N. C 259 

Alter, Carol Ann '67, 2818 Kendale, Toledo, Ohio 357 

Althouse, Sandra Louise '67, 

Yale Ave., Swarthmore, Pa 180, 242, 357 

Amen, Karen Sue '66, 

255 Hempstead Place, Charlotte, N. C 308 

Andersen, Marilyn Ruth '66, 

540 Ave. F SE, Winter Haven, Fla 323 

Anderson, Carol M. '69, 2020 Sunset Ave., Durham, N. C. 
Anderson, Jane Catherine '67, 

826th Medical Group, APO 845, N. Y., N. Y. 
Anderson, Marjorie C. '66, 

33 Forest Rd., Asheville, N. C 92, 95, 99, 254, 323 

Anderson, Nancy Ruth '68, 2020 Sunset Ave., Durham, N. C. 
Anderson, Sarah Graham '68, 

Physics Dept., The Citadel, Charleston, S. C 260, 369 

Anderson, Virginia Laurel '68, 

33 Forest Rd., Asheville. N. C 254, 369 

Andrews. Andrea R. '69, 1452 South West St.. Falls Church, Va. 
Andrews, Karen L. '69, 219 S. Main, Mt. Gilead, N. C. 
Apgar, Bonnie G. '66, 95 Pengon Circle, E. Meadow, N. Y...323 
Arnold, Ingrid D. "66. 

211 Park Circle. Tullahoma, Tenn 246, 323 

Arthur, Kay Kristin '68, 

522 Shadowbrook Dr., Burlington, N. C 369 

Ashcraft, Jane E. '69, 

Biesalskistrasse 4A, 1 Berlin 37, W. Germany 387 

Austin, Emily H. '69, 

Apt. 2-C, 100 Biscayne Dr., Atlanta, Ga 387 

Avery, Dianne '66, 5908 Lemon Rd., McLean, Va 323 

Avery, Sally J. '69, 

54 Bayview Ave., Pt. Washington, N. Y 387 

Aydlett, Dorothy B. '66. 510 W. Main St., Elizabeth City, N. C. 



Baar, Leslie Ann '68, 539 Kingsbury, Dearborn, Mich 369 

Babcock. Catherine Ruth '68, 

979 Garden City Dr.. Monroeville, Pa 242, 369 

Bachelor, Edith L. '69. 1662 SW 18 Ave., Miami, Fla. 

Bacon, Carol O. '69, Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, Conn 387 

Badenhoop, Judity E. '69, 5304 Wendley Rd., Baltimore, Md...387 
Badger, Barbara B. '69, 

1031 Ashland, River Forest, HI 256, 387 

Bagley, Nancy Lu "68, 

5353 Northside Dr. NW, Atlanta, Ga 264, 369 

Bailey. Claire Grace '67, 

508 Clove Rd., Staten Island, N. Y 246, 357 

Bailey, Sharron Kay '68, 

125 Harbor View Lane, Largo, Fla 250, 369 

Bailey, Susan R. '66, 4313 N. 39th St., Arlington, Va 324 

Baily. Lorianne '67. 15 South Lane, Englewood, Colo. ..256, 357 
Baker, Elvira J. '69, 

Sehit Ersan Caddesi, Cankaya, Ankara, Turkey 
Baker, Sarah L. '66, 

42 S. Shore Dr., Decatur. Ill 192, 242, 324 

Baluss. Mary Eleanor '67. 

2315 Westdale Dr.. Fayetteville. N. C 251 

Bannerman. Jeanne E. '66. 

655 Nelson Dr.. Baton Rouge. La 248. 324 

Barbour. Carol Goodwin '67, 

P. O. Box 489. Morganton, N. C 357 

Barker. Melinda D. "69, 

1930 W. 101 Place, Chicago, 111 256, 387 

Barnes, Pamela Sue '69, 

2456 Rockville Centre Pk., Oceanside, N. Y 324 

Barnes, Susan J. '69, 928 Hill St., Athens, Ga 242, 387 

Barnhill, Peggy Elaine '68, 

4790 SW 78 St., Miami, Fla 244, 369 

Barron, Gene Gordon "68, 1009 Townley Dr., Madison, Tenn. 

Barthel, Carol Ann '68, 4 Morgan St., Wayne, N. J 369 

Bassett, Sandra V. '68, 

7506 Summer Ave. NE, Albuquerque, N. M 369 

Batson, Sue D. '69, 4229 Franklin Rd., Nashville, Tenn 387 

Bay, Barbara Ann '67, 1499 Rivershores Way. Tampa, Fla. 
Bayles. Susan W. '66, 

3525 N. Delaware Ave.. Arlington, Va 251, 324 

Bayly. Bryce M. '69. 33 Upshur Rd.. Annapolis, Md. 
Beach. Roberta Kay '67, 

2319 Maplewood Ave.. Winston-Salem, N. C 357 



Beacham. Dolly E. '66. 181 E. Evans St., Norfolk. Va. 

Beaird, Marjorie A. '69, 7030 E. Ridge, Shreveport, La.. .252, 387 

Beale, Delores Janeil '67, 

120 Benmore Dr.. Winter Park, Fla 248, 357 

Beck, Jean Marie '67. 

7438 Normandy Lane. Philadelphia 26. Pa 357 

Beineke. Betsy L. '66, 158 Holiday Lane, Ft. Thomas, Ky...264, 324 
Beischer, Rose Marie '67. 847 Gerhardt Dr., Pensacola, Fla.. .357 
Bekaert, Marjorie D. '69, 

2704 Churchill Dr., Wilmington, N. C 256, 387 

Bell, Barbara L. '66, 

318 E. Willow Rd., Milwaukee, Wis 164, 165, 256, 324 

Bell, Susanna Marie '67, 

1203 Greenway Dr., High Point, N. C 244, 357 

Belton, Katherine Ann '68, 2319 Shakespeare, Houston, Tex...369 
Belvin. Jeanne Love '67, 

19 Flynn Dr. Wymberley, Savannah, Ga 264, 357 

Bemis. Linda K. '66, 

673 Elmwood Ave., Webster Groves, Mo 255, 324 

Bennett. Jo Alice '68. 135 Lookout Dr., Asheville, N. C...255. 369 
Bennett, Linda Gates '68, 

7 Lippincott Rd., Little Silver, N. J 252, 369 

Benton, Betty L. '69, 218 Lawndale Dr., Winston-Salem, N. C...387 

Benson, Jo '66, 7113 Pine Tree Rd., Richmond, Va 260, 324 

Berg, Constance L. '69, 

115 Hillside Ave., Watchung, N. J 263, 387 

Berg, Patricia Gray '68, 1607 W. Tennessee, Midland, Tex 256 

Bergelin, Kristine '66, Box 339, Big Rapids, Mich.. .264, 325 
Berghorn. Linda Christine '68. 

5 Crestwood Dr.. Chatham. N. J 369 

Bers, Ellen Sue '68. 175 Peyton Rd., York, Pa 264, 369 

Bibb. Louise Randolph '67, 

1545 Dairy Rd., Charlottesville, Va 259, 357 

Billings. Ann H. '69, 

3906 Woodlawn Dr., Nashville, Tenn 248, 388 

Binns. Patricia '69. 5835 N. 19th St.. Arlington, Va...264, 388 
Birkness, Kristin A. '69. 2404 Heather. Flossmoor, 111.. .264, 388 
Bisgard. Kathryn A. '69, 691 W. Kathleen Dr., Des Plaines, I11...388 

Bissell, Susan H. '69, 3 Fairfax Ave., Alexandria, Va 388 

Black, Linda L. '69, 

4607 S. Delaware. Tulsa. Okla 165, 260, 388 

Blackmore, Charlotte A. '69. 

323 Rivermont Dr., Spartanburg, S. C 244, 388 

Blackmore. Elizabeth Anne '68. 

25 Lexington Dr., Livingston, N. J 248, 370 

Blackwell, Sally A. '66, 

131 Hastings Dr., Kernersville, N. C 249, 325 

Blackwell. Tuppence H. '69. 

6812 Valley Brook Dr.. Falls Church, Va 388 

Blessing, Katharine Ann "68, 

6 Cherry Hill Dr., Waterville, Me 257, 370 

Bloemeke. Lynn J. "66, 47 W. Main St., Clinton, N. J 325 

Bloomer, Elaine J. "66. P. O. Box 323. Old Saybrook. Conn 325 

Boehm. Bonnie L. '69. 

850 Wynnewood Rd.. Camp Hill, Pa 257, 384, 388 

Bogard, Rebecca L. "69. 

4765 Baptist Rd.. Pittsburgh, Pa 165, 251, 388 

Bolch, Lucy Bishopric "66, 

2211 Morehead Ave., Durham, N. C 325 

Bole. Roberta Susan "68, 39 Dan Ave., Pittsfield, Mass 251, 370 

Bolinger, Janet Marie "68. 

2 Overhills Dr.. St. Louis, Mo 260, 366, 370 

Bonney, Sharon L. "69, 

137 N. Ferry Ave., Ft. Walton Beach, Fla 388 

Boone, Leslie R. '66, 

Rua Gen Artigas 511, Rio DeJaneiro, Brazil 325 

Booth, Judyth E. '66, 

3017 NW 16th St., Oklahoma City, Okla 325 

Booth, Lyndall Lee "67, 

1310 Peachtree Battle Ave.. Atlanta, Ga 257, 358 

Bordeaux. Iris D. '69. Box 5183. Ingold, N. C 388 

Borders. Frances J. '69. 518 Summit Dr., Greenville, S. C 388 

Boreman, Judith Ann '68, 

3474 Hawthorne Dr. S., Wantagh, N. Y 251, 370 

Botsford, Lydia Ware '68, 

1427 Ferncliff Rd., Charlotte. N. C 251, 370 

Bouchard, Elaine Marilyn '67, 

253 Hillside Ave., Springfield, N. J 255 

Bouknight, Lillian Marie '67, 

326 N. Lucas St., W. Columbia, S. C 358 

Bower, Pauline Hamilton '67, Rt. 2, Box 54, Annapolis, Mo. .259 
Bowers, Deborah L. '69. Rt. 3. Box 359, Gainesville, Fla.. .265, 388 
Bowers, Elizabeth Ann "67, 28 Oak Park. Wheeling, W. Va...358 
Bowers, Elizabeth J. "69. 55 N. Gordon Way, Los Altos, Calif...388 
Bowers, Susan Belvin '66, 

Rt. 3, Box 359, Gainesville, Fla 265, 326 

Boyd, Mary S. '66, 2206 Madison Ave., Greensboro, N. C...255, 326 



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Boylan, Kathleen Ford '67, 6 Dunleith Ct., New Orleans, La.. .358 
Bradley, Nancy Christina "68, 

505 Gulf St., Sanford, N. C 251, 370 

Brady, Lucy Birnie "68, 25 Mark Lane, Portsmouth, R. 1 255 

Brady, Monica M. '66, 926 Gillespie Ave., Portage, Pa. 
Braibanti, Claire J. '66, 2614 Stuart Dr., Durham, N. C...99, 326 
Braley, Judith Ann '68, 1063 Fountainhead Dr., Largo, Fla...370 
Branch, Betty '69, Smelter Hill, Copperhill, Tenn. 
Brecht. Susan M. '69. HQ 322D Air Div. Mats, 

Bos 3523 APO, New York, N. Y 388 

Brennan, Judith M. '69, 49 Hillcrest Rd., W. Caldwell, N. J. ..388 
Breslau, Jill Havelin '68, 

5313 Inglewood Lane, Raleigh, N. C 200, 244, 370 

Bressman, Barbara A. '69, RD 1, Tully, N. Y 388 

Brewer, Janet Anne '68, 807 S. Post Oak Lane, Houston, Tex. 

Brewer, Nancy '69. 133 N. Irving St., Arlington, Va 388 

Brigmon, Mary K '66, Rt. 3, Candler, N. C 326 

Brimm, Martha Carol '68, 

A. 1095 N. Jamestown Rd. NE, Decatur, Ga 370 

Brinkmeyer, Mary E. '67, 

5704 Rockmere Dr., Washington 16, D. C 200, 252, 358 

Brinton, Margo A. '66, RD 5, Hanover, Pa 326 

Brittingham, Marion Alice '68, 

QTR B USN Ordnance Plant, Macon, Ga 370 

Broderson, Janet C. '68, 120 S. Main St., Pittsford, N. Y...261, 370 
Brooks, Suzanne B. '69, 41 Baldwin Lane, Glastonbury, Conn...388 

Brown, Helen K. '69, Box 82, Mt. UUa, N. C 388 

Brown, Joy A. '69. , -., ,oo 

48 E. Washington Ave., Atlantin Hylands, N. J...242, 388 
Brown, Linda Joanne '68. 

27 Georgeff Rd.. Rolling Hills, Calif 252, 370 

Brown, Linda W. '66. 

215 Sandal Lane P.B.S.. Riviera Beach, Fla 252, 326 

Brown. Louise Lambeth '67. 

2415 Sharon Lane. Charlotte, N. C 244, 358 

Brown, Pamela '69, 

48 Turtle Back W. Lane, New Canaan, Conn 252, 388 

Brown, Sallie Louise '67, 

6513 40th Ave., Univ. Park, Hyattsville, Md 263, 358 

Brown. Sheila G. '67, 611 W. Ridge Ave.. Landis. N. C. 
Brown. Susan E. '69. 43 Arrowhead Way, Darien, Conn...244, 388 
Brownlow. Jane E. '66, 

811 S. Overlook Dr., Alexandria. Va 168. 326 

Brucker. Sharon Bowerman '66. 921 Main St.. Darby. Pa. 

Bryan, Yvonne M. '69, 217 Faculty Apts., Durham, N. C 389 

Buckman, Barbara G. '66, 

2637 Red Fox Rd., Orange Park, Fla 249, 327 

Buerger. Barbara C. '69. 

283 Millwood Rd.. Chappaqua. N. Y 261, 389 

Buffington. Joan K. '66. 

6008 Edmondson Ave.. Catonsville, Md 197 

Bunce, Katherine C. '69, 

Mt. Harmony Rd., Bernardsville, N. J 389 

Bunch, Charlotte A. '66, 

702 Mann Ave., Artesia, New Mexico 64, 212, 327 

Bunck, Sue A. '66, 725 Kentucky St., Racine, Wis 245, 327 

Burch, Barbara Anna '67, Rt. 4, Box 524, Edgewater, Md. 
Burcham, Genevieve Rose '68, 

138 Glen Park Ave., Gary, Ind 370 

Burgess, Rebecca H. '69, 

414 Blue Rock Rd., Black Mt., N. C 259, 389 

Burke, Betty Edwards '67, 1832 Lexington, Houston. Tex. ..257, 358 
Butler. Katherine Alice '67. 

20 Beardslee Rd, Somerville, N. J 308, 358 

Byers, Deirdre G. '69, 58 Keene St., Providence, R. 1 389 

Byers, Maribeth '66, 

2841 Monticello Dr.. Winston-Salem. N. C 247, 327 

Byrne, Suzanne Barding '67, 542 Dickman Rd.. Ft. Bliss. Tex. ..358 

Callaway. Catharine R. '69. 828 Anderson St., Durham, N. C...255 
Cameron, Jean Jameson '67. 

2961 Manchester Rd., Shaker Hgts.. Ohio 259, 358 

Camp. Gail '69. Wakefield Chapel Rd., Burke, Va 389 

Campbell, Barbara Carol "67, 

46 Marrin Rd., Ormond Beach, Fla 358 

Caputo. Patricia Joanne '68, 

1126 Wilson Ave., Teaneck. N. J 257, 370 

Carder, Carolyn E. '69, 2208 Divot Dr., St. Louis, Mo 389 

Cardwell, Nancy L. '69, 

863 Park Ave., New York, N. Y 252, 384, 389 

Carew, Joan F. '66, 

412 Stafford Rd., Woodbrook, Wilmington, Del.. .95, 98, 245, 327 
Carlile, Catherine Jane '66, 

518 Elder Lane, Winnetka, 111 257, 327 

Carlisle, Louise Green '67, 

805 Main St., Tarboro, N. C 245, 358 



Carlson, Brenda Jean '68, 

243 Hamilton Rd., Chappaqua, N. Y 164, 257, 370 

Carlton, Caroline Dearing "67, 

1644 Reynolda Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C 164, 358 

Carlton, Cynthia D. '66, 

2211 Mecklenburg Ave., Charlotte, N. C 250, 327 

Carmichael, Mary L. '69, 

1223 Chickering Rd., Nashville, Tenn 389 

Carpenter, Judith Lee '68, Ridgewood Rd., Attleboro, Mass. 
Carruth, Carolyn E. '66, 

5545 Candlewood Dr.. Houston, Tex 249, 328 

Carson, Edith J. '66, Box 126, Pilot Mountain, N. C...250, 328 

Carter, Rilla L. '66, Rt. 2, Commerce, Ga 328 

Cary, Janice K. '69, 4825 Willow Woods Dr., Annandale, Va...389 
Chalk, Dorothy S. '66, 

2800 Evans St., Morehead City, N. C 242, 328 

Chamberlain, Christine '66, 

89 Highland Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y 253, 328 

Champion, Jane Kirby '67, 122 Layton Ave., Danville, Va. 

Champion, Mary J. '66, 1601 Branch St., Wilson, N. C 328 

Chandler, Margaret H. '66, 

107 Glenview St., Lookout Mt., Tenn 245, 328 

Chapman, Carol '68, 4403 Hardy Dr., McLean, Va 370 

Chapman, Julie B. '69, 

132 MacArthur Lane, Tarrytown, N. Y 389 

Chase, Linda J. '69, 1715 Millard St., Bethlehem, Pa 389 

Childs, Kathlynn E. '67, 

1107 Pinebrook Rd., Alexandria, Va 265, 358 

Chockley, Nancy D. '69, 18106 Clifton Rd., Lakewood, Ohio .287 

Christy, Carol Anne '66, Rt. 3, Marietta, Ohio 257, 328 

Christy, Genevieve '69, 

1927 Napoleon Ave., New Orleans, La 257, 389 

Chumbley, Mary Louise '67, 

3500 Normandy Rd., Greensboro, N. C. 

Chunn, Clorinda '69, 1002 Frankland Rd., Tampa, Fla 389 

Church, Frances Durant "67, 3307 F Mordecai, Durham, N. C. 
Clairmont, Nancy Eileen '67, 

2118 Westerly Dr., Lynchburg, Va 328 

Clark, Carolyn J. '69, 101 E. Main St., Westminster, Md 389 

Clark, Theodosia D. '69, 

25 Green Hill Rd., Madison, N. J 243, 389 

Clayton, Diane Marie '68, 32 Tamarac Rd., Westport, Conn. ..371 
Cleary, Geraldine Ruth '67, 

2609 Victory Blvd., Vero Beach, Fla 358 

Cline, Janet A. '66, 18 Crestfield Rd., Wilmington, Del 329 

Cobb, Linda J. '69, 1748 E. State Fair, Detroit, Mich 389 

Coble, Anna B. '69, 2602 Lotus Dr., Tallahassee, Fla. 
Coburn, Carol A. '66, 

3204 Poinciana Rd., Middletown, Ohio 255, 329 

Cockrill, Betty Boyd '68, 

4302 Susquehannock Dr., McLean, Va 265, 371 

Cody, Carolyn '69, 

3543 Woodhaven Rd. NW, Atlanta, Ga 245, 390 

Coe, Katherine B. '69, 6 Hobby Dr., Ridgefield, Conn...255, 390 

Cohen. Donna L. '69. Rt. 1, Box 214, Fallston, Md 390 

Colburn, Barbara A. '69. Staff Residence, Helmuth, N. Y 390 

Cole, Stella Jane '68, 2723 Stuart Dr., Durham, N. C...261, 371 
Cole, Susan Ann '68, 

313 Mt. View Dr., Charleston, W. Va 245, 371 

Coleman, Marcia Ethel '67, 

Rt. 4, Box 364, Mooresville, N. C 168, 359 

Collier. Vivian '67, 1 Birdsall, Houston, Tex 359 

Collins. Myra Lou '68. Rt. 3. Marshville, N. C. 
Colwell. Carolyn Kay '67, 

1088 Kenneth Dr.. Lakewood, Ohio 165, 252 

Compton, Susan Victoria '67, 

6 Beekman Terrace, Summit, N. J 261 

Conant. Marsha N. '69. 

1502 Brandywine Blvd., Wilmington, Del 390 

Conant. Talitha N. '66, Rt. 3. Garrett Rd.. Durham, N. C 329 

Conn. Claudia G. '66, 2800 Gardenia St., Columbus, Ga 263 

Connell. Patricia K. '69, 

130 Marcella Rd., Wilmington, Del 253, 329, 384, 390 

Conner, Elaine L. '69, 1657 Sylvan Rd., Atlanta, Ga 390 

Cook, Darby L. '69, 

246 Bradley Rd.. Bay Village, Ohio 249, 390 

Cook, Kathryn Harris '66, 5 Ashley Rd., Durham, N. C. 
Cooke. Cindy L. '69. 3142 Battersea Lane. Alexandria, Va...390 
Cooke. Lide T. '66. 119 Taliaferro Place, Shreveport, La...308, 329 

Cooper, Barbara J. '69, 2413 Prince St., Durham, N. C 390 

Cooper, Jere Louise '68, Rt. 3, Box 116, Annapolis, Md. 

Cooper, Susan E. '66, 202 Kinkaid Dr., Houston, Tex 329 

Copeland, Judith C. '69, 330 S. Main St., Wake Forest, N. C...390 

Copley, Cathy J. '66, 6150 SW 112 St., Miami, Fla 249, 329 

Corbell, Dee '68, 738 Blackwood Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C...371 
Cornwell. Elizabeth L. '69, Sugarberry Rd., Chapel Hill, N. C...390 
Cosier, Constance H. '67, 181 S. Dawson Ave., Columbus, Ohio 
Coulter, Ann C. '66, 5407 Sharon Rd., Washington, D. C 257 



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Court, Sarah Lewis '68, 

608 Pollard Park, Williamsburg, Va 253, 371 

Covey, Eunice Geline '67, 

5001 New Kent Rd., Richmond, Va 265 

Cowart, Dorothy Anne '67, 

18 Blackland Rd. NW, Atlanta. Ga 254, 359 

Cozart, Sally W. '69, 216 Pine St., Fuquay Springs, N. C...253, 390 
Craft, Alice M. '69, 

4826 Drummond Ave., Chevy Chase, Md 390 

Craig, Margaret Corinne '67, 816 N. St., McComb, Miss 359 

Crampton, Victoria E. '69, 3725 W. Barrett, Seattle, Wash. 
Crane, Katherine A. '69, 18 Dekalb Ave., White Plains, N. Y...390 
Crater. Helen Graves '67, 12 Parkway Dr.. Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. .359 
Crawford, Jacqueline Ann '67, 18440 Caribbean Blvd., Miami, Fla. 
Crommelin, Kathryn S. '69, 

2743 Hampton Rd., Rocky River, Ohio 390 

Crosson, Virginia S. '69, 41 Bellevue Ave., Summit, N. J...265, 390 
Crowder, Janice L. '69, 

6312 Wiscassett Rd., Washington, D. C 247, 390 

Crowell, Dale Jones '68, 339 Buna Rd., Ft. Lee, Va 371 

Crumley, Carole A. '66, 

811 W. Maple St., Johnson City, Tenn 329 

Crutcher, Martha S. '67, 

895 Oak Valley Lane, Nashville, Tenn 249, 359 

Culp, Rebecca Ann '67, Rt. 2, Gold Hill, N. C 254, 330 

Cunning, Katharine G. '69, 

Journey's End Gasparilla. Boca Grande, Fla 390 

Cuninggim. Penelope A. '66, 8000 Crescent Dr., St. Louis, Mo. ..330 
Cunningham. Marianne S. '66, 

405 Timberwilde, Houston, Tex 64, 164, 330 

Currie, Mary C. '69, 12 Rosedale Rd., W. Hartford. Conn. ..256, 390 
Curtis, Judith M. '69, Rt. 5, Chinquapin, Greenwood, S. C 390 



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Dalton, Diana S. '66, 

6388 Brookside Ave., Oakland. Calif 247, 330 

Dame, Dianne E. '69, 1115 Savoy St., San Diego. Calif 390 

Dame, Suzanne P. '69, 1115 Savoy St., San Diego, Calif 390 

Daniel, Dorothy H. '66, 

5502 Cromwell Dr.. Washington, D. C 265, 330 

Danielson, Margaret J. '69, 

220 Overlook Dr., Greenwich, Conn 249, 390 

Danner, Mary F. '66, 

5539 Pinecrest Dr., Cincinnati, Ohio 243, 330 

Dantzler, Martha L. '66, 

3520 Wilmot Ave., Columbia, S. C 309, 330 

Darden, Carolyn R. '66, 1509 Elm St., Conway, S. C 330 

Darland, Jane Creviston '67, 

839 First St. NW, Mason City, Iowa 257, 359 

Darr, Frances Payne "67, Box 235, Sparta, N. C 245, 359 

Darr, Judy A. '69. 59 Twin Brook Dr., Stamford, Conn 390 

Davidson, Leslie L. '66, 

603 College Ave., Kennett, Mo 186, 257, 330 

Davis, Holly Wilson '67, 3308 Franklin St., Richmond, Va 359 

Davis, Julie Ann "68, 

10203 Candlewood Dr., Houston, Tex 253, 371 

Davis, Kathleen Anne '67, 623 E. 13th, Casper, Wyo. 

Davis, Mary Anne '68. 3785 Castlegate Dr. NW, Atlanta, Ga. .371 

Davis, Pamela Clarice '68, 

723 N. Stratford Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C...227, 253. 359 

Davis, Virginia A. '69, 66 Longstaff St., Jacksonville, N. C 391 

Day, Marianne L. '69, 638 Hillside Ave., Elmhurst, HI 391 

Deal. Mary Christina '68, 3817 Stratford, Dallas, Tex 256 

Dean. Barbara '68. 

1349 Lenox Rd. SE. Grand Rapids. Mich. .240, 261, 372 
Debeers, Anne Carlisle '68. 

5135 Newport Ave.. Washington, D. C 372 

Deegan, Sandra Jean C. '67, 838 E. Grant St., Santa Ana, Calif. 
Deering, Barbara Jeanne '68, 

435 Terrace Dr.. Richardson, Tex 249, 372 

Dees, Nancy '66, 413 Carolina Circle, Durham, N. C 330 

DeJager, Gretchen Elise '68, 

8118 Lancewook Ct., Cincinnati, Ohio 256, 372 

Delaney. Dorothy Patricia '68, 

Pickens St., Joanna, S. C 372 

Demuro, Deborah '67, Boonton Ave., Kinnelon, N. J. ..264, 359 
Denman, Joyce Mary '68, 

6 Lakeview Dr., The Grove, Mt. Pleasant, S. C 372 

Denton, Dianna Lee '67, 

5474 Lorraine Dr., Camp Springs, Md 359 

Devyver, Mary Elizabeth '67, 

123 Caterson Terrace, Hartsdale, N. Y 233, 260, 359 

Dewalt, Jane Drew '68, 

4220 Presidential Dr., Lafayette Hill, Pa 256 

Dezell, Helen E. '66, 

1606 King St., Jacksonville, Fla 330 

Dick, Frances Colclough '67, 

3005 Norwich Way, Durham, N. C 359 



Dickinson. Anne-Marie '69, 

RED 3. Box 139, Fredericksburg. Va 247, 391 

Dillard, Nancy G. '66. 3301 Wilson Ave., Lynchburg, Va 330 

Dillard. Sandra J. '69. 

609 W. Lexington Ave.. High Point. N. C 391 

Divine. Jennie Lou '67, 

2027 Faculty Dr.. Winston-Salem, N. C 208. 243, 359 

Dixon. Antoinette Lynn '68, 

346 East L St., Chula Vista, Calif 244, 372 

Dodds, Ann Margaret '67, 

6054 Waggoner Dr.. Dallas, Tex 253, 359 

Doerner, Susan E. '66, 

600 Doepke La., Cincinnati, Ohio 200, 248, 331 

Doggett, Abigail '68, 

504 S. Lake Ave., Lakeland, Fla 261 

Dommerich. Rosemary J. '67. 

6910 Granada Blvd., Coral Gables, Fla 254, 359 

Donker, Mary A. '69. 

313 Weatherbee Rd., Baltimore, Md 248, 391 

Donohue, Mary V. '68, 2226 Hartzell, Evanston, III 261 

Donohue. Patricia Carol '67, 

23 Heather Hill Lane, St. Louis, Mo 251, 359 

Dornseif, Carol '69. 1359 Thomas Rd., Wayne, Pa.. .243, 391 
Dorsett, Marion Nash '67, 

Box 52, Mt. Gilead, N. C 264, 359 

Dotson, Barbara Bruce '68, 

7706 Geranium St., Bethesda. Md 263, 372 

Dowling, Louise H. '66. 

21 Revere Rd.. Manhasset. N. Y 98, 253. 331 

Dresser. Anita Edryce '68. 

5000 Allen Rd. E.. Charlotte. N. C 372 

Druse. Mary Jeanne '68, 

3019 N. Chatham St., Racine, Wis 256, 372 

Dubois. Mary '67, 

185 Tilbury Rd., Birmingham, Mich 261, 359 

Duckworth. Diana L. '69. 

1425 Northwood Circle, Lynchburg, Va 259 

Dulaney, Ruth M. '69, 

997 Citadel Dr. NE, Atlanta, Ga 391 

Dumas. Lois Rith '66, 1011 S. Best St., Goldsboro, N. C. 
Dunford. Sylvia Diane '67. 

910 N. Stratford Rd.. Winston-Salem, N. C 359 

Dunitz, Rebecca '68, 414 Old Mill Rd., Easton, Pa 372 

Dunlap, Louise Cecil '68, 

1209 Marietta Ave., Lancaster, Pa 253, 372 

Dunn. Mary Brewton '67, 70 Minnisink Rd., Short Hill, N. J. 
Durana. Joan C. '66, 

857 Kenwick Dr.. Winston-Salem, N. C 331 

Dutko. Paula Helen '67. 

26 Reiners Rd.. Little Falls. N. J 243, 360 

Dysart. Mary L. '69. 

3401 Caldwell Dr., Raleigh, N. C 257, 391 



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Eagan, Phyllis M. '69, 

159 E. Oakridge Pk., Metairie, La 244, 391 

Earle, Mary Elizabeth '67, 

307 Mimosa Dr.. Greensboro. N. C 168, 212, 257, 360 

Earnhardt. Ann E. '69, 

310 Ingleside Dr., Fredericksburg, Va 254, 391 

Ebert, Sally Tuck '67, 

216 Spring Valley, Wilmington, Del 264 

Eblen, Anna L. '69, Cedar Lane Rt. 2, Arden, N. C 391 

Eck, Linda Ann '67. 314 Broadmoor Rd.. Bahimore. Md 257 

Edgerton. Jane Ellen '67. RD 3. Marion. Ind 360 

Edwards. Catherine S. '69. 318 Trimble Rd., Joppa, Md 391 

Edwards, Jill '69, 1199 E. River St.. Elyria, Ohio 
Ehrensperger, Elaine '67. 3935 Oakhill Dr., College Park, Ga. 
Eichert, Martha Jane '67, 

2847 Lincoln St., Hollywood. Fla 360 

Ekvall. Victoria J. '66. 

300 Fairfax Dr.. Winston-Salem. N. C 255, 320, 331 

Elbert. Jaret G. '66. 

554 Webster Ave.. New Rochelle, N. Y 214, 331 

Eldredge. Victoria Mary '68, 

44 E. Broadway, Roslyn, Long Island, N. Y 372 

Elfen, Martha Candice '67, 

216 Bunker Ranch Rd., W. Palm Beach, Fla 243, 331 

Ellington, Elizabeth Gill '67, 

RED 1, Kittrell, N. C 247, 360 

Ellis. Susan E. '69, 

1514 S. Delaware. Springfield, Mo 257, 391 

Emerson, Sandra L. '69, 

340 Swift Ave., Charleston, S. C 243, 391 

Enfield, Lucy Elizabeth '68, 

6344 Wakeforest, Houston. Tex 257, 372 

Engel, Susan Jean '68, 

2501 Wrightwood Ave., Durham, N. C 372 

Ennis, Kathleen M. '69, 62 Bridge St., Lexington, Mass 391 



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Erlanger, Peggy Ruth '68, 34 Gail Dr., Waterbury Conn 

Ervin, Sarah Ruth -67, 2035 Sharon La., Charlotte N. C.-^261, 360 

Evans, Edith V. '66. Bo.x 146, Centreville, Va 248, 332 

Evans, Janet E. "66, 817 Mathis St., Sumter, S. C 332 

Evans. Mary Christine '67. 

3599 Flintpoint Way. Cincinnati, Ohio 26U, J6U 

Evans, Nancy E. '69, 

American Univ. of Beirut Hospital, Beirut, Lebanon Jy- 

Evans, Sara M. '66, 

3542 University Blvd., Dallas, Tex 64, 175, 332 

Everhart, Anne C. '66, 

200 Poplar Hill Rd., Churchland, Va 255 

Everhart. Margaret Stone '68. 

3107 Lincoln St., Camp Hill, Pa 257 

Eyler, Mary E. '69, 

120 Sherwook Dr.. Hopewell, Va 243, 392 



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Fabricant, Sheila Miriam '68, 

5749 Madison St., Hollywood, Fla. 
Fagan, Brenda Lynn "67, 

17851 Minnehaha St., Granada Hills, Calif 233, 

Fain, Deborah '69, 

115 Henderlite St.. Salisbury, N. C 263, 

Fairbank. Mary "56, 

1515 Pinecrest Rd., Durham. N. C 

Fairburn, Kathleen Jean '68, 

32 Adams Dr., M.C.A.S., Cherry Point, N. C 264, 

Falk, Elizabeth O. '66, 

1457 Pollard Parkway, Baton Rouge, La 202, 

Fallis, Sara Jane '68, 

1519 Providence Rd., Charlotte, N. C 244, 

Farmer, Elizabeth Bailey '68. 

1011 Country Club Dr.. Greensboro, N. C 252, 

Farmer, Jeanette Wooding "68, 

37 Putnam Dr. NW, Atlanta, Ga 244, 

Feeney, Dorothy Lorene "67, 

1633 Oakdale Rd., Charlotte, N. C 

Few, Ellen H. "69, 



New York, N. Y.. 



American Embassy A.P.O 
Fiaccone, Katherine A. '66. 

35 Dale Dr., Summit, N. J 264, 310, 

Fiedorek, Bonnie L. '66, 

234 Weber Ave., N. Canton, Ohio 247, 

Fillmore, Harriet '66, Unity Village, Lee's Summit, Mo 

Fisher, Janice Carol "68. 

346 Park St., Upper Montclair, N. J 

Fletcher, Brenda Elaine "67, 

42 Park St., Mansfield. Mass 

Flory. Katharine Knox "68, 

3301 Eastburn Rd., Charlotte, N. C 259, 

Foote, Sally Harris "68, 

13517 Braddock Rd., Clifton, Va 260, 

Forbes, Sue B. "66, 

317 Lafayette Dr., Wilson, N. C 175, 

Forrester, Sandra Nadine "67, 

3055 Seminole Rd., Atlantic Beach. Fla 192, 

Forrester, Teresa Lynn "68, 

4502 Ferncroft Cir., Tampa. Fla 244, 

Foster, Jean S. "69. 410 Verbena Ave., Foley, Ala.. .255, 
Fowble, Barbara L. "68, 2116 York Rd., Timonium, Md. 
Fo.\, Barbara N. "66, 945 W. Outer Dr., Oak Ridge, Tenn. 

Fox, Gail M. "69, 315 N. Crawford, Norman, Okla 

Fox, Susan S. '69. 67 Ingalls Rd., Ft. Monroe, Va 

Franklin, Emily Kaye '67, 

2605 Wade Ave., Raleigh. N. C 

Fraser, Linda Sue "68, 287 Bradley Rd., Bay Village, Ohio 

Frederick, Constance '68, 791 Wooded Rd., Jenkintown, Pa. 
Freeman, Judith Louise '68, 1 10 S. Layton Ave., Dunn. N. C... 
Freiburg, Ann H. "66, 

Deepwood Eagle Dr., Stamford, Conn 214, 252, 

French, Christie Chaplin "68. Norris Rd., Denville, N. J 

French, Jacqueline Mary "68, 

6100 Leonardo St., Coral Gables, Fla. 
Froeber, Sarah Marjorie "68, 

227 Roslyn Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C 257, 

Frost, Marsha Lynn "67, 

273 Eastside Ave.. Ridgewood, N. J 255, 354, 

Fudge, Mary Beth '68, Rt. 3. Hillsborough, N. C 259, 

Fuller, Beckwith L. "66, 

302 N. Wayne St., Milledgeville, Ga 

Fuller, Cheryl Lynne "68, 

1779 Lincoln Way E., Chambersburg, Va 

FuUerton. Maryellen A. "68, 

2722 N. Yucatan St., Arlington, Va 

Fulton, Penelope '68, 

1717 Alta Mura Rd., Pacific Palisades, Calif 257, 

Futch, Judith A. '67, Box 245, Burgaw, N. C 208, 210, 



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Gabb, Sally Slater '66, 1374 Stony Brook La., Mountainside. N. J. 
Gailey, Irma Jean '68, 

62 Chenocetah Dr.. Cornelia. Ga 248, 373 

Galant, Denise '66, 

710 Meridian St., Falls Church, Va 247, 333 

Gallagher. Helen Faith "68, 

33 Whitney St.. Westbury, N. Y 373 

Gait, Susan Thomas "67, 129 Albert St., Waterkloof, 

Pretoria, Transvaal, Republic of S. Africa 252, 360 

Gardiner, Constance S. "69, 

Wandering La., Mocksville, N. C 392 

Gardiner, Judith Kay "67, 

5506 Druid La., Dallas, Tex 257, 360 

Gardner, Mary Ruth '68, 

601 N. Hyde Park Ave., Durham, N. C 373 

Gardner, Mona J. "69, 

10325 Goodyear Dr., Dallas, Tex 392 

Garner, Alice Lynne "67, 210 Wl Lakeshore Dr., Rome, Ga. 
Garrett, Gloria Joan "68, 

3920 Pine Rd., Huntingdon Valley, Pa 243 

Garvin, Virginia M. "69, 

4608 Amherst Rd., College Park, Md 392 

Gates, Mary K. '69, 970 Park Ave., New York, N. Y 392 

Gaus, Elizabeth Ann "67, 

Apt. 108, 7400 Lakeview Dr., Bethesda, Md 360 

Geier, Gail Ellen "68, 

4036 Overbrook Ct., Nashville, Tenn 373 

Gentithes, Cynthia "69, 2505 E. Market, Greensboro, N. C 242 

Gerald, Ann '69, 

1802 N. Elm St., Greensboro, N. C 263, 392 

Geren, Natasha '68, 4914 Upton St. NW, Washington, D. C...373 

Gibson, Russell D. '69, 51 Avista Dr., St. Augustine, Fla 252 

Gilbert, Ripple E. '66, 3711 Huntington St. NW, 

Washington, D. C 96, 97. 249, 334 

Gilchrist, Linda '69, 

4006 Terrace Dr., Annandale, Va 393 

Giles, Donna L. "69, 344 Lansbury Dr., Danville, Va 393 

Gilliatt, Cynthia A. "66, 

5472 Provincial Rd., Grand Blanc. Mich 309, 334 

Giordano, Patricia M. "69, 

79 Newark Ave., Bloomfield, N. J 393 

Githens, Nancy L. '66, 

4427 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham, N. C 334 

Glover, Linda K. '69, 

5060 Silver Hill Ct. Apt., Suitland, Md 393 

Glover, Miriam A. '69, 1680 Adams St., Macon, Ga 393 

Gnuse, Mary Kathrun '67, 

2614 Strathmore Rd., Bethel Park, Pa 242, 360 

Goddard, Sarah Lane '66, Rt. 3, Box 312, Gainesville, Fla 334 

Godfrey. Jean L. "66, 313 Hillcrest Rd., Chapel Hill, N. C...334 
Godwin, Jane Craven "68, 

510 N. Mendenhall St., Greensboro, N. C. 
Gohdes. Dorothy Mary '68, 

2737 Circle Dr.. Durham, N. C 204, 373 

Goldstein, Edythe J. '69, 

421 Wayland Ave., Providence, R. 1 393 

Gordon. Rebecca Huntley "66, 

Univ. Apt. F3C. Duke Univ., Durham, N. C. 
Gosnell, Katharine Amanda '68, 

803 N. Slemons, Monticello, Ark 223, 263, 374 

Goter. Carol Jean "66, 

606 Hillside Dr., King"s Mt., N. C 263 

Graffy, Linda Bevan "68, 

4224 Ben Gunn Rd., Virginia Beach, Va 374 

Gragg, Judith Lynne '67, 

3361 Northwood Dr., Memphis, Tenn 249, 360 

Gragg, Margaret Elizabeth '66, 125 Orchard St., Boone, N. C...334 
Grant. Cheryl Eileen '68, 

15158 Beech Valley NE, Atlanta, Ga 244, 374 

Graves. Pamela Anne '68, 

1401 Trevalley Rd., Wilmington, Del 374 

Grcich, Mary Margaret '68, 

RR 4, Box 347, Valparaiso, Ind 264, 374 

Green, Alma Sue '66, 2022 E. 9th St., Charlotte, N. C 334 

Green, Jade Noel '67, 

872 Caledonia Ave., Cleveland Heights, Ohio 
Green, Jo Ann "69. 

281 E. Dayton, Yellow Springs Rd., Fairborn. Ohio 393 

Green, Kathleen Elizabeth '68, 

486 W. Overbrook St., Largo, Fla 374 

Green, Mary F. '69, 328 Sims Ave., Columbia, S. C 393 

Green, Shannon Marie '68, 

6431 Northanna Dr., Springfield, Va 374 

Greene, Virginia L. '66. 

1941 Shades Crest Rd.. Birmingham, Ala 242, 334 

Greenwood, Phyllis K. '66, 

13 Orchard Ave., Enka, N. C 310, 335 

Gregory, Linda B. '66, 214 Early Ave., Sandston, Va 214, 335 



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Gregory, Linda J. '69, 

3024 Covenant Rd., Columbia, S. C 393 

Griffith, Beverly Carol '68, 

1041 Sunset Dr., Lake Wales, Fla 374 

Griffith, Gail '69, 2095 Burton Plaza La., Atlanta, Ga 393 

Grim, Carolyn Ruth '67. 

716 W. Henderson St., Salisbury, N. C. 
Grimes, Judith A. '66, 

1185 Wilson St. NE, Orangeburg, S. C 335 

Groce, Mary A. '69, 

1617 Radcliff St., Winston-Salem, N. C 393 

Grogan, Marian H. '69, 

46 Steeplechase Rd., Devon, Pa 244, 393 

Groschke. Diane '69, 

73 Stirling St., Longmeadow, Mass 257, 393 

Gruy, Mary L. '69, Box 957. Beeville, Tex 260, 393 

Guenard, Renee-Jeaanne '69, 

7312 Churchill Rd., McLean, Va 393 

Gurkin, Janet Elizabeth '67, 

3021 Medlin Dr., Raleigh, N. C 361 

WW Haberstick, Kathy Fair '67, 

*■ 2183 Garrick Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa 260, 361 

Hackney, Peggy Spivey '66, 

613 Cravens Bldg., Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Hahlbohm. Virginia Ellen '68, 

146 Payne Whitney La.. Manhasset, N. \ 374 

Haines. Margaret Bower '66, 

1535 Southbrook Dr., South Bend, Ind 249, 335 

Hales, Celia Elaine '68, 

695 Glendale Dr.. Rock Hill, S. C 374 

Haley, Betty B. '66. 

1508 Greenwood La.. Rock Hill. S. C 224, 252 

Hall. Patricia Elaine '67, 

6252 SW 50th St.. Miami, Fla 264. 361 

Halliday, Laurie A. '69. 

7341 Overbrook Dr.. St. Louis, Mo 393 

Hamby. Sandra Alice '67. Rt. 1, Dobson, N. C. 
Hamill, Martha J. '69, 

1106 W. 43rd St., Richmond, Va 255, 393 

Hamm, Beverly A. '69, 1008 Chalmers St., Durham. N. C 393 

Hamm, Nancy Ann '68. 

629 Countess La.. Yardley. Pa 249. 374 

Hammond, Evelyn B. '66, 

519 Belle Meade Blvd., Nashville. Tenn 335 

Hamrick. Florence C. '68, 

600 Petty St., Gaffney. S. C 245, 374 

Hanabury, Susan Jean '68. 

4201 Mason Ridge Dr.. Annandale, Va 264. 374 

Hancock. Ellen P. '69. 

27 Tide Mill La.. Hampton. Va 245. 393 

Hanks, Shirley T. '69, 1710 Glendale Ave., Durham, N. C. 
Hanson, Lucy '69, 

1114 Stonewall Dr., Nashville, Tenn 393 

Harbin. Sadie K. '68. 

801 Lexington Ave., Cayce, S. C 242, 374 



Hargan, Carol Sue '69, 

4008 St. Germaine Ct., Louisville, Ky 261, 393 

Harkrader, Sarah Graves '68, 

1315 Crescent Dr., Mt. Airy, N. C 374 

Harlan, Roberta Deann '67, 

27 Garden Rd., Columbus, Ohio 361 

Harmanson. Betsy Mutton '67, 

3607 N. Nelson St., Arlington, Va 164, 245, 361 

Harned, Margaret L. '66, 

1821 Gresham Rd., Ix)uisville, Ky 335 

Harrell, Elaine A. '69, 

7 Stanley St.. Hicksville, N. Y 393 

Harris, Doris A. '69, 1608 Jackson St., Durham, N. C 394 

Harris, Frances E. '69, 

P. O. Box 6023 Brentwood, Pensacola. Fla 394 

Harris, Mary Mitchell '67, 916 Plum St., Durham, N. C. 
Harrison. Velma G. '69, 

211 Smithwick St., Williamston, N. C 394 

Harry, Kathryn A. '66, Bluffton, S. C 336 

Hart, Judy L. '67, 1104 Zimmer Dr. NE, Atlanta, Ga 252 

Hart, Margaret Louise '68, 2324 Duke Univ. Rd.. Durham, N. C. 
Hartsfield. Anne Wood '69, 

135 W. Sycamore Ave., Wake Forest, N. C. 
Harvey, Janice Lynn '68, 

54 Keswick Rd„ Buffalo, N. Y 374 

Harvey, Nancy S. '69, 

231 Hector Ave., Metairie, La 261, 394 

Haskett, Barbara J. '66, 

114 Seagrove Rd., Portsmouth, Va 245, 310, 336 

Hasskamp, Kristi M. '69, 

405 Lakeshore Dr., Bennettsville, S. C 257, 394 

Hassler, Diane Jane '67, 

c/o Intercol, Apt. Aereo 3533, Bogota, Colombia 261, 361 

Hastie. Nona M. '69, 16 Atlantic St.. Charleston, S. C 394 

Hastings, Elizabeth Ann '68, 

288 Spring Ave., Glen Ellyn, 111 233, 261, 374 

Hatchell. Janice Margaret '68, 

P. O. Box 289, Lumberton, N. C 374 

Hatschek, Jacqueline M. '67, 

1104 Cambridge Rd., Burlingame, Calif 336 

Haugk. Isabella K. '69, 

120 Oak St., Lincroft, N. J 394 

Havens. Cynthia J. '69. 

219 Palisade Ave.. Dobbs Ferry. N. Y 265, 394 

Haverfield. Marcia Mae R. '67, 

18093 Clifton Rd.. Lakewood, Ohio 249, 361 

Hayden. Marylou '66. 

131 Minton Rd.. Melbourne, Fla 98, 168, 336 

Haynes. Katherine D. '67, 6454 Westlake, Dallas, Tex 361 

Hays, Frances P. '69, 

924 Brunswick La.. Rockledge. Fla 394 

Haywood. Loula Fern '69. 

3512 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham, N. C 208, 394 

Head. Mary Corinna '68. 

1003 Urban Ave.. Durham. N. C 242, 374 

Heath. Linda J. '69, 

7718 Viceroy St., Springfield, Va .255, 394 




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Hebble. Lorene D. '66. 

306 N. Chester Rd., Swarthmore, Pa 261, 336 

Hebblewhite, Mary Croft '67. 

52 Interlochen Dr. NE, Atlanta, Ga 249 

Heidtman, Susan G. '69. 

7703 Meadowglen Dr., Orlando. Fla 394 

Hellerson, Judith B. '66. 

601 Old Kennett Rd.. Greenville, Del 336 

Helm, Gail A. '69. 

969 N. Longfellow St., Arlington, Va 394 

Henderson, Ann M. '69, 

Faith Hill Rd. 2, Bethany New Haven. Conn 394 

Henderson. Margaret Anne '68. Rt. 4. Mooresville, N. C 375 

Hendley, Joyce Clarisse '67. Rt. 2. Box 2 ISA. Ocala, Fla. 
Hendrix. Susan Gray '68, 

3818 Redbud Rd., Jackson, Miss 250, 375 

Henley, Charlotte A. '69, 

25 E. 54th St., Indianapolis, Ind 257, 394 

Henney. Susan Jeannette "68, 

2395 Kensington Dr., Columbus, Ohio 
Henslee. Judith Gwen '67, 

8 Undercliff Terr. N., West Orange. N. J 257. 361 

Hensley, Patricia '68. 

2027 Flamingo Dr.. San Antonio. Tex 265, 375 

Henyey. Gayle L. '69, 

4301 Burger Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 251, 394 

Herlocker, Betty '68, 

1426 White Oak Ave., Albemarle, N. C 247, 375 

Herring, Monnie Teesue '68, 600 L Ave., Cayce, S. C 375 

Herrmann. Wendy Elizabeth '67, 

Avon Light, Oxford, Md 249, 361 

Hervey, Martha C. '66, 

Apt. 101, 10307 Montrose Ave.. Bethesda. Md 337 

Hewes. Jeremy J. '66. 

307 Mohawk Place. Maumee. Ohio 64. 168, 212, 261, 337 

Heyman, Leslie Ann '68, 1216 Woodburn Rd., Durham, N. C. 

Heyman, Mical B. '66, 1216 Woodburn Rd., Durham, N. C 337 

Hicks, Donna J. '69, 

86 River Dr., Bay Ridge. Annapolis, Md 259, 394 

Higgins, Beverly Anne '68, 

5305 Greenland Rd. NE. Atlanta, Ga 243, 375 

Hiley, Elizabeth A. '66. 

13111 Evanston St., Rockville, Md 308, 337 

Hill, Constance Anne '68, 

1131 Pinewood Dr., Pittsburgh. Pa 375 

Hill. Elizabeth E. '69. 

3005 Argonne Dr., Atlanta, Ga 394 

Hill, Mary Lee '68. 

3815 Claridge Rd., Mobile, Ala 254, 375 

Himadi, Linda L. '69, 720 Belmont Rd., Ridgewood, N. J 394 

Hobson, Joyce Ann '68, 225 E. 15th St., Richmond, Va 375 

Hodge. Susan Irene '67, 

6014 Lomack Ct., Alexandria, Va 265, 354, 361 

Hoelle, Mary C. '66, 

48 Harbor Ave.. Marblehead, Mass 95, 261, 337 

Hoffner, Linda C. '69, 

5613 Charing PI.. Charlotte, N. C 245, 394 



Hokanson, Kristina M. '69. 

1861 E. Fox La., Milwaukee, Wis 254, 394 

Hollenbeck. Mary '68. 

4 2nd Ave., Gluversville, N. Y 243, 375 

Holloway, Susan Curtis '68, 

7504 Old Dominion Dr., McLean, Va. 
Holmes, Frances L. '66, 

520 Buckingham Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C 245, 337 

Holmquist, Jill Robie '66, 

2624 Norwood Dr., Rockford, 111 256, 337 

Holmquist, Julie B. '69, 

2624 Norwood Dr., Rockford. Ill 256, 394 

Holt, Janet Lee '68, 

715 W. 33rd St., Richmond, Va 253, 375 

Holzapple, Lynn *69, 

2712 S. Ives St., Arlington, Va 254, 394 

Homer. Lauren Booth '67. 

66 Highbrook Ave., Pelham, N. Y 249, 361 

Hooker. Elizabeth K. '66, 

508 Pittsboro St., Chapel Hill, N. C 251, 338 

Hoover, Jane W. '69. 

537 Evanswood PI., Cincinnati, Ohio 243, 394 

Hopkins, Vera K. '69, 

570 Bob-O-Link Dr., Lexington, Ky 265, 394 

Hoppe, Jean E. '66, 

1314 Trinity Rd., Chappaqua, N. Y 245, 338 

Horn, Judith Cecelia '67, 

818 E. Forest Hills Blvd., Durham, N. C 200, 361 

Horn. Kathy M. '69. 

818 Forest Hills Blvd., Durham. N. C 243, 395 

Horton, Elizabeth A. '66, 

2861 S. Abingdon St.. Arlington. Va 192, 338 

Horton, Vangie M. "69. 

322 Wingrave Dr., Charlotte, N. C 246, 395 

Horwitz. Patricia Gail '67, 

1650 Pelham Rd. NE, Atlanta, Ga 361 

Hough. Zoe Anne '67, Rt. 1, Huntersville, N. C. 
Howard, Bertie R. '69, 

Box 1858 State College, Orangeburg, S. C 395 

Howard, Penny Dianne '67, 

2320 Huron Dr., Durham, N. C 265, 361 

Hultman, Tamela Jean '68, 

902 Peach Blossom Ave., Cambridge, Md 375 

Humphrey, Sue Katherine '68, 

7902 Kentbury Dr., Bethesda, Md 256, 375 

Humphreys. Josephine T. '67, 

29 Tradd St., Charleston, S. C 199, 261 

Humphreys. Katherine K. '68, 

29 Tradd St., Charleston, S. C 199, 226, 260 

Humpton, Gaye B. '66, 130 W. Sproles Ave., Greenwood, S. C. 
Hurdle, Patricia Ann '68. 

2503 Mirror Lake Dr., Fayetteville, N. C 259, 375 

Hurst, Carol Jean '67, Tanglewood Dr.. Durham, N. C 362 

Hurst. Susan L. '69, 

28 N. 25th St., Wilmington, Del 395 

Hutchins, Melissa A. '66. 

1160 Gilchrist Rd., Terre Haute, Ind 253, 338 




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Hutchison, Lynn Margaret '69, 

417 Bayberry Dr., Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. 
Hyder, Judy F. '66, 

23 Broadway, Alexander Mills, Forest City, N. C...253, 309 



Ince, Ann '66, 1914 Dunstan Rd., Houston, Texas 253, 338 

Irwin, Kathleen Elizabeth '68, 

162 Wyoming Ave., Maplewood, N. J 249 

Irwin, Kathy Ann '67, 1911 W. Missouri, Midland, Texas..256, 362 
Isherwood, Juliet Kibbey '68, 

Judiths Fancy, Christiansted, St. Croix U.S. Virgin Isls. 
Iverson, Virginia Helen '68, 

1907 Dauphin St., Mobile, Ala 248, 375 

Jabbour, Jane Linda '67, 

1954 Greenwood Ave., Jacksonville, Fla 362 

Jack, Patricia Marie '67, 

78 Stonecutter Rd., Levittown, N. Y 101, 362 

Jackson, Caroline W. '69, 

124 E. Elsmere, San Antonio, Texas 265, 395 

Jackson, Constance Elaine '68, 1927 Cecil St., Durham, N. C...375 
Jackson, Grace Tyler '67, 1501 A. Prospect, Placentia, Calif.. .362 
Jackson, Margaret D. '69. 27 S. Reese, Memphis, Tenn...243, 395 
Jacobsen, Mardi L. '66, Inter Petroleum Co., Ltd., 

396 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables, Fla 339 

Jacobus, Carol Rae '67, 5 Arlena Ct., Madison. N. J. 

James, Alice R. '69. 1420 26th St., Newport News, Va 395 

James, Edyth M. '69, 240 S. Peterson Ave.. Louisville, Ky...395 
James, Margaret Louise '67, 

519 Meadowbrook Rd.. Charlotte. N. C 257, 362 

Jaquette. Louise '66. 9616 SE 34th, Mercer Island, Wash. 
Jenkins, Lila '69, 

2137 Warwick Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C 244, 395 

Jennings, Jerri Lee '68, 

2923 Ravogli Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 257 

Johnson, Annette Karen "67, 

927 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. Fla 263, 362 

Johnson, Carol Lynne '67, 

901 Newberry Dr., Richardson, Texas 248 

Johnson, Janis '69, 4019 Abingdon Rd., Charlotte, N. C...256, 395 
Johnson, Joan E. '69, 

31 Righters Mill Rd., Gladwyne. Pa 248, 395 

Johnson, Judith H. '66, 

1235 W. Henderson St.. Salisbury. N. C 309, 339 

Johnson, Judy L. '69, 930 Catherine St.. Birmingham, Ala 395 

Johnson. Marcia H. '69, 146 Balsam Rd., Wayne, N. J. 

Johnson. Mary E. '69. Box 318. West End, N. C 265. 395 

Johnson. Rebecca K. '69, Box 5193, Ingold, N. C 395 

Johnson, Sandra Leigh '67. Box 146. Lillington. N. C. 
Johnson. Sharon A. '66, 

103 Browning Rd., Short Hills. N. J 257, 339 

Johnson. Sue W. '66. 407 Hammell Rd.. Greensboro. N. C 257 

Johnson, Susan T. '69. 190 E. Hayward. Phoenix. Ariz 256, 395 

Johnson. Terry '68, 91 Kane St., Middletown. R. 1 375 

Jones. Annabel Lambeth '68. 

1800 Queens Rd. W.. Charlotte. N. C 265, 375 

Jones. Catherine '68. 

1233 Westlake Ave., Cleveland. Ohio 253, 375 

Jones, Leslie Marion '68, 

4045 Peachtree, Dunwoody, Atlanta, Ga 244 

Jones, Margaret C. '66, 

207 Country Club Lane, Wallingford, Pa 339 

Jones, Michael Ann '69, 

1782 Rocky Point Rd., Pewaukee, Wis 395 

Jones. Rochelle Pamela '67, 

1509 N. Victoria Pk. Rd.. Ft. Lauderdale. Fla 362 

Jones, Susan E. "66, 67 Lenox Ave., East Orange, N. J. ..246, 339 
Jordan. Charleene Lance "66, 

224 North 27th St., Wilmington, N. C 259, 339 

Jordan, Patsy Jane '68, 147 Pinecrest Rd.. Durham, N. C 253 

Joslin. Frances Lydia '67. 3207 Coleridge Dr., Raleigh, N. C. 



Kamlukin, Nina C. '69, 

8017 N. Links Way, Milwaukee, Wis 257, 395 

Kalmbach, Sharon Anne '68, 

6310 Cherry Tree Lane NE, Atlanta, Ga 243, 375 

Kane, Susan E. '69. 64 Chapel Rd.. New Hope, Pa 395 

Kauffman, Susan L. '67, 831 Lake Ave., Crystal Lake, 111. 
Kavanaugh, Sandra S. '69, 47 Cedar Rd., Watchung, N. J. 
Keen, Barbara Anne '67, 

Rt. 1, Box 260. Citrus Rd., Vero Beach, Fla 362 

Keene, Barbara S. '69, 

211 W. Lanvale St., Baltimore, Md 260, 396 

Kellett, Mary J. '69, 

1400 Seminole Dr., Greensboro, N. C 340, 396 



Kelley, Karen Marshall '66, 

3012 N. Trinidad St.. Arlington, Va 260 340 

Kelly, Barbara J. '69, 810 S. Wayne St.. Arlington, Va .'...396 

Kelly Leslie Marion '68, 375 Gilpin St., Denver, Colo. 255, 376 

Kelman, Edith A. '69, Main St., Say Harbor, N. \ 247, 396 

Kelso, Christine Woodward '68, 

16 W. Montclair Ave., Greenville, S. C 376 

Kelso, Mary Lynn '66, 

1212 Green Spring Rd., New Bern, N. C 260, 340 

Kennedy, Louise B. '66, Box 85, Buies Creek, N. C 340 

Kern. Karen Louise '67. 

1319 Mendez St., New Orleans, La 175, 362 

Kern, Rosella Mae "68, 

712 Jefferson Ave., Charles Town, W. Va 255, 376 

Kernodle, Ann Cole '68, 

2465 Edgewood Ave., Burlington, N. C 376 

Kerz, Leonore '66, 201 E. 77th St., New York, N. 'Y. 

Ketelhut. Narna P. '67, 531 W. 8th St., Plainfield, N. J 362 

Kiefer, Mary Josette '68, 120 S. Rollmg Rd., Baltimore, Md. 376 

Kiger. Sandra L. '69. 2011 10th St. PI. NW, Hickory, N. C 396 

Kilpatrick, Judith Anne '67, 98 Gilpin Rd., Akron, Ohio 362 

Kimball, Susan Jean '68, 

631 Mt. Vernon Ave., Haddonfield, N. J 257, 376 

King, Mary Ann '68, 

512 Dogwood Dr., Chapel Hill. N. C 264, 376 

King, Susan C. '69, Halls Hill Pike. Murfreesboro. Tenn 396 

Kinney. Eleanor D. '69, 3120 Devon Rd., Durham, N. C. 264, 396 
Kirby, Smith Sarah H. '66, 2511 Club Blvd., Durham, N. C. 
Kiser, Judith Guden '67, 131 Paumanake Ave., Babylon. N. Y. 

Kiser. Sylvia Dianne '67, 404 5th St., Landis, N. C 192, 362 

Kisner, Sandra H. '69, 273 Carroll St., New Bedford, Me. .264, 396 
Kluttz, June Carol '67. 230 N. Jackson St.. Salisbury, N. C...362 

Klutz, Vivian P. '69, Rt. 1, Box 584, Hickory, N. C 396 

Knapp, Nancy Louise '68, 

661 Forest Hill Rd., Macon, Ga 259, 376 

Knehr, Patricia S. '69, 

1 Fairview Lane, Glen Cove, N. Y 255, 396 

Kneipp, Judith E. '69. 12301 Stony Creek Rd., Potomac, Md...396 

Knott, Mary V. '69, 613 Cedar St., Roanoke Rapids, N. C 396 

Knox, Elizabeth Anne '67, 326 Hurstgreen Lane, Alvin, Texas 
Kohl, Cheryl A. '69, 23 Berkeley Terr., Livingston, N. J. 
Koll, Brenda Kristen '67, 

2611 NE 4th St., Pompano Beach, Fla 260, 362 

Kolodny, Margaret Joan '67, 

1121 Barkley Rd., Charlotte, N. C 255 

Komminsk, Dianne '66, 

427 W. Monroe St., New Bremen. Ohio 248, 340 

Konanz. H. Jacqueline '67. 

6600 Kennedy Blvd. E.. W. New York, N. Y 251, 362 

Kovac. Karen T. '66, 322 4th Ave., Indialantic, Fla 257, 340 

Kuck, Barbara Marie '67, 

Edgemont Rd. Watchung, Plainfield, N. C 362 

Kuntz, Susan Ashton '68. 322 S. 2nd St.. Philadelphia. Pa.. .376 



Lamason. Elizabeth S. '69. 

444 Fayette Park. Lexington, Ky 264, 396 

Land, Katharine North '66, 

619 Morehead Ave., Durham, N. C 310, 340 

Landberg, Jean Ellen '68, 815 La Jolla, Sun City Ctr., Fla. 
Lane. Patricia Louise '68, 

366 Briar Brae Rd., Stamford, Conn 164 

Lang, Enid Diane '68, 13 Chatham Circle, Kankakee, 111 376 

Lang, Regina S. '69, 652 Sagamore Ave., Teaneck, N. J 396 

Lang. Tania K. '68, Pinehurst Rt. 2, Iowa City, Iowa.. ..260, 376 
Latimer, Elease C. '66, 

131 Buckingham Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C 340 

Lawver, Mary P. '66, 

217 Elwa Place, W. Palm Beach, Fla 256, 341 

LeCraft, Joan K. '66, 

166 S. Cedar St., Oberlin, Ohio 165, 341 

Lee, Gayle Barkley '68, 

40 Countryside Lane, St. Louis, Mo 261, 376 

Lee, Maybelle Fay '66, 408 Morgan St., Durham, N. C. 

Leftwich, Linda A. '66, Box 114, Cullowhee, N. C 341 

Leggett, Camilla H. '68, Rt. 3. Box 104, Washington, N. C...376 
Legwin, Jean E. "66, HQ SAC DCRM, Offutt A. F. Base, Neb. 
Leininger. Lynne A. '69. 3 Tufts Lane, Newajk, Del. ..264, 397 
Leith. Betsy Wilson '68. * 

2322 Tracy Place NW. Washington, D. C 376 

Leiand, Candace Marie '68. 

Osecy Shape AP055, New York, N. Y 192, 242, 376 

Lennox, Barbara Crawford '68, 

4610 Weldin Rd., Wilmington, Del 376 

Levine, Jane R. '66, 

6203 Melvern Dr., Bethesda, Md 64, 212, 253, 341 

Lewis, Anne Marie '67, 

2911 Arendell St., Morehead City, N. C 242, 363 

Lewis, Jean Frances '66, 1513 S. 97th St., Omaha, Neb 341 



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Lewis, Mary K. "69, 143 Park Ave., Swarthmore, Pa 397 

Libbey, Andrea Ruth "68, 4335 Emporia, Norfollt, Va 251 

Lindgren, Sandra M. '69, 

1535 Providence Rd., Charlotte, N. C 261, 397 

Lindgren, Luray Marie '68, 

1536 Providence Rd., Charlotte, N. C 261, 377 

Link, Betsy Bell '68, 306 Burton Rd., Oreland, Pa.. .253, 377 
Litaker, Margaret Eloise '68, 

1600 Queens Rd. W., Charlotte, N. C 247, 377 

Little, Dora Anne '67, 602 S. Greene St„ Wadesboro, N. C 363 

Little, Effie Jeanne '68, 

206 Rose Terrace, Wadesboro, N. C 244, 377 

Little, Georgiandra '66, 

940 Hunakai St., Honolulu, Hawaii 259, 341 

Livingstone, Alayne K. '69, 2819 Boas St., Harrisburg. Pa.. .264, 397 
Lockhart, Martha A. '66, 516 Piatt Terrace, Aiken, S. C. 
Lockhart, Nancy Tucker '66, Box 1256, Elon College, N. C. 
Lombardi, Donna M. '69, 

5129 Carmel Club Dr., Charlotte, N. C 244, 397 

Long, Joan C. '69, Rt. 4, Mebane, N. C 244, 397 

Losey, Cathy Hamilton '68, 

6969 SW 82 Court, S. Miami, Fla 165, 377 

Louderback, Jean L. '69, 732 Braeburn Lane, Narberth, Pa. .397 

Loudermilk, Carol A. '69. 9717 Hale Dr., Chnton, Md 397 

Lowe, Mary Spalding '67, 

4960 Dian Wood Dr. E., Jacksonville, Fla 245, 363 

Lowenbach, Torry '66, Rt. 3, Box 309, Durham, N. C...264, 341 
Lowenbach, Trude Sellin '68, Rt. 3, Box 309, Durham, N. C. .264 
Lucas, Susan M. '69, 15 Warfield Place, Lavale, Md. 

Ludwigsen, Joy E. '66, 6245 W. 10th Ave., Hialeah, Fla 342 

Lund, Ingrid E. '69, 2222 Woodcrest Dr., Johnstown, Pa...263, 397 
Lundry, Karen Muriel '66, 

91 Woodland Ave., Summit, N. J 261, 342 

Lustig, Carma Lee '68, 

Reynolds Memorial Park, Clemmons, N. C 377 

Lyle, Susan W. '66, 88 Parmelee Ave., Hawthorne, N. J 342 

Lymberis, Sandra Jean '68, 

2514 Red Fox Trail, Charlotte, N. C 245, 377 

Lynch, Frances Hiller '68, 

435 Wonderwood Dr., Charlotte, N. C 377 

Lyons, Karlen Ruth '67, 

111 Hiwassee Dr., Sheffield, Ala 165, 245 

MacArthur, Elizabeth H. '69, 

7 Louise Lane, New Canaan, Conn 397 

MacDonald, Sarah Harris '68, 

8 Evergreen Trail. Severna Park, Md 265, 363 

MacLean, Ann Wilkie '66, 

1521 E. Washington Ave., South Bend, Ind 242, 342 

MacLeod, Constance Chase '68, 

2880 Fairgreen Dr., Miami Beach, Fla 252, 377 

Macomber, Mary J. '66, 

Roberts Union, Colby Col., Waterville, Me 245, 342 

MacPherson, Ronni Elaine '68, 

110 W. Overlook Dr., Oak Ridge, Tenn 265, 377 

Mahaffey, Marcia S. '69, 1089 Burg St., Granville, Ohio..248, 397 
Maher, Karen A. '69, 89 Newport Ave., West Hartford, Conn. ..397 
Major, Nina Louise '67, 3708 R St. NW, Washington, D. C...363 
Mallahan, Melinda Sue '67, Box 321, Balboa, Canal Zone 
Malley, Kathleen P. '66. 

24 Quincy St., Chevy Chase, Md 265, 342 

Malone, Margaret A. '66, 613 N. Ripley St., Alexandria, Va 342 

Maloney, Patricia Ann '67, 

1227 Crystal Lake Dr., Orlando, Fla 247, 363 

Manalan, Jo E. '69, 214 Essex Lane, W. Palm Beach, Fla. .248, 397 
Mangels, Brooke Noble '67, 

Box 505 RED 1, W. Joppa Rd., Lutherville, Md 252 

Mann, Sally N. '69, 369 Ivy Dr., Elkin, N. C 245, 397 

Marias, Carrie '69, 

209 AA Piney Mt. Rd., Durham, N. C 255, 397 

Marks, Mary A. '66, 1120 N. Jefferson St., Huntington, Ind 342 

Marshall, Marianna '66, 

Off Martins Lane, Hingham, Mass 242, 342 

Martin, Anne C. '69, 

1101 Longbrook Rd., Luterville, Md 259, 397 

Martin, Jean E. '69, 4 Crescent Rd., Florham Park, N. J 397 

Martin, Marilyn L.'69, 

225 Margaret Place, Perrysburg, Ohio 397 

Martin, Nancy J. '69, 

1911 Parkview St., Huntington, W. Va 242, 397 

Mason, Linda Brown '67, Artillery Rd., "Vorktown, Va...259, 363 
Mason, Lucille K. '69, 

3800 Knollwood Lane, Birmingham, Ala 261, 397 

Mathews, Louise A. '66, 

21 Brookside Rd., Wallingford, Pa 261, 342 

Mathis, Cynthia '66, 

c/o Standard Oil of NJ, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, N. Y., N. Y...252 



Matthews, Anna R. '69, 

3200 Coleridge Dr., Raleigh, N. C 245, 397 

Matthews, Harriet L. '66, 301 Academy St., Batesburg, S. C...342 
Mattox, Teresa Faye '68, 205 Tram Rd., Columbia, S. C. 
Maudlin, Lennox C. '68, 

12 Hilltop Rd., Biltmore Forest, Asheville, N. C. 
May, Elizabeth C. '69, 66 Patton Dr., Yonkers, N. Y...255, 398 

May, Marilyn '66, 913 First St., Franklin, La 343 

Mayfield, Sheryl L. '69, 

2284 Greenglade Rd. NE, Atlanta, Ga 250, 398 

Mayo, Elizabeth J. '66, 

1548 Lee Ave., Tallahassee, Fla 255, 343 

McAdams, Ann Elizabeth '68, 

2214 Wheeler Rd., Raleigh, N. C 377 

McBride, Amanda S. '69, 

126 Buckingham Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C 252, 398 

McCampbell, Donna Jean '68, 533 1st St. NW, Hickory, N. C...377 
McCants, Carol Margaret '67, 

2101 NW 62nd, Oklahoma City, Okla 250, 363 

McCartt, Mary Margaret "68, 

2700 Buffat Mill Rd., Knoxville, Tenn 164, 377 

McComb, Elizabeth E. '66, 

3909 Henderson Rd., Greensboro, N. C 98, 257, 343 

McCormick, Nancy C. '68, 110 Atlanta Ave., Stuart, Fla 377 

McCoy, Anne Aylesbury '68, 

2112 E. 59th St., Tulsa, Okla 261, 366, 377 

McCulloch, Marilyn E. '69, 

2113 Dean St., Schenectady, N. Y 249, 398 

McDougle, Dorothy E. '66, 

1820 Sterling Rd., Charlotte, N. C 245, 343 

McFarlane, Carolyn '67, 11 Twombly Dr., Summit, N. J 363 

McGilvery, Jeannie '69, Rt. 2, West Leigh, Charlottesville, Va...398 
McGrane, Margaret Rose '68, 

2305 Elizabeth Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C 377 

McGuire, Judith Hoover '67, 

647 \V. 58th St. Terr., Kansas City, Mo 249, 363 

McKissack, Linda Joyce '68, 

810 Mockingbird Lane, Carthage, Texas 377 

McKnight, Judith E. '67, 

25 Oakwood Ave., Bradford, Pa 263, 363 

McLaurin, Mary Louise '68, 

502 Railroad Ave., Bamberg, S. C 245, 377 

McLellan, Donna S. '69, 6014 Walson Rd., Bethesda, Md 398 

McNeely, Mary Jane '68, 

9805 Hillridge Dr., Kensington, Md 252, 377 

McTighe, Caryn L. '66, 

221 N. Wynnewood Ave., Narberth, Pa 64, 100, 252, 343 

McVay, Martha J. '69, 121 N. Main St., London, Ohio 259 

Mechling, Martha T. '69. Bohemia Farm, Earleville, Md...261, 398 
Mednick, Andrea Beryl '68, 

432 Vincent Ave., Lynbrook, N. Y 377 

Mees, Patricia A. '69, 

Country Club Rd., Lumberton, N. C 249, 398 

Meith, Nikki Jane '67, Rt. 1, Box 580, Fairfax, Va 363 

Melson, Janet Louise '67, 

1128 Lehigh Ave., Wyomissing, Pa 249, 363 

Mendenhall, Dianne J. '66, 

114 Alberta Ave., Johnstown, Pa 247, 343 

Meriam, Melissa Lee '67, 3434 Rugby Rd., Durham, N. C...363 
Messier, Pauline Judith '67, 

19 Orange Hgts. Ave., West Orange, N. J 363 

Mettelka, Kathryn A. '69, 120 Maple Lane, Oak Ridge, Tenn...398 
Metzger, Mary Catherine '68, 

418 Pennington, Corpus Christi, Texas 249, 378 

Meyer, Anne Stewart '68. 5961 Lemon Rd., McLean, Va...261, 378 

Meyer, Karen Sue '68, 18 Roclare Lane, St. Louis, Mo 378 

Meyer, Nancy Lynn '67, 

307 Bannockburn Ave., Temple Terrace, Fla 363 

Meyers. Marjorie Winn '68, 

642 Maple St., Winnetka, 111 257, 366, 378 

Mickal, Marie Virginia '67, 

40 Nassau Dr., Metairie, La 257, 363 

Mickens, Alma R. '69, 7202 Erskine St., Richmond, Va 398 

Middlebrooks, Sara H. '66, 

4723 Prince Edward Dr., Jacksonville, Fla 100 

Miller, Joan J. '66, 1928 Carrollton Rd., Annapolis, Md...257, 344 

Miller, Martha A. '69, 315 Stonegate, Peoria, 111 252, 398 

Miller, Sally E. '69, 47 Four Seasons W., Buffalo, N. Y...249, 398 
Milner, Laura Moss '67, 

9 Stephens St., Westover AFB, Mass 251, 354, 363 

Mitchell, Karen Louise '68, 

5124 Skyline Dr., Edina 24, Minn 226, 260 

Mitchell, Nicki D. '68, 1270 W. Peachtree NW, Atlanta, Ga. 

Mitchell, Susan L. '66, 925 Golfview Rd., Glenview, III 344 

Mize, Anne Brownson '68, RR 2, Atchison, Kans 260, 378 

Moger, S. Esther '66, 

506 Jackson Ave., Lexington, Va 86, 87, 260, 344 



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Monroe, Mary Eugenia '67, 

128 Penny Rd., High Point, N. C 257, 363 

Montague, Marth Wray '67, 

1306 Avondale Ave., Jacksonville, Fla 244, 363 

Montgomery, Jane W. '66, 

1306 Edgewater Court, Orlando, Fla 244, 344 

Montgomery, Margaret D. '69, 

621 Montgomerty Ave., Elizabethtown, Ky 252, 398 

Montgomery, Marilyn I. '68, 167 Pinelyn Rd., Glen Rock, N. J. .378 

Moody, Jane D. '68, 1653 Hertford Rd., Charlotte, N. C 378 

Moon, Alma Grady '68, 

10 Sandys Cr. Mounted Rt., Rome, N. Y 378 

Moore, Kathleen B. '69, 

612 Cornwallis Dr., Greensboro, N. C 165, 244, 398 

Moore, Margaret E. '68, 

20 Round Hill Lane, Sands Point, N. Y 256, 378 

Moore, Martha Claire '67, 1507 Park Cr., Camden, S. C...247, 363 
Moore, Mary Berkeley '68, 

3128 Wilmington Rd., New Castle, Pa 265 

Moore, Mary M. '69, 583 E. Wisconsin Ave., Neenah, Wis 398 

Moore, Natalie Christine '67, 

Box 6574 Southboro Stat., W. Palm Beach, Fla. .256, 363 
Moore, Sara Nell '67, Box 100, Falls Ave., Granite Falls, N. C...363 
Moore. Susan Caroline '66, 2331 Hempstead Rd., Toledo 6, Ohio 

Morales, Edith M. '66, Box 4472, San Juan, Puerto Rico 344 

Mordaunt, Diane S. '69, 711 Camilo Ave., Coral Gables, Fla.. .398 
Morgan, Nancy Darling '66, 3820 Swathmore Rd., Durham, N. C. 
Moritz, Joan Ellen '68, 2601 Knollvi^ood Rd., Charlotte 7, N. C. 
Morris, Sarah Katherine '67, 

415 Judy Lane, Americus, Ga 90, 93, 95, 256, 363 

Morrison, Jane C. '69, 

165 E. Beechwold Blvd., Columbus, Ohio 263, 398 

Morrison, Pamela Gay '68, 

602 Eppard Cr., Falls Church, Va 200, 263, 378 

Mosher, Linda L. '69, 43 Woodcrest Dr., St. Louis, Mo.. .249, 399 

Moss, Ann H. '69, 1911 Old Shell Rd., Mobile, Ala 254, 399 

Moss, Sara F. '66, 727 Short Dr., Washington, N. C...244, 344 
Mossman, Martha L. '69, 

5 Locust Lane, Glen Head, N. Y 249, 399 

Mulder, Sarah M. '66, 109 Burnside Rd., Villanova, Pa 344 

Munson, Kathryn Talcott '67, 

167 Moross Rd., Grosse Pointe Farms 36, Mich. 
Murphy, Claire Lewise '68, 

3690 Northside Dr. NW, Atlanta 5, Ga 244, 378 

Murray, Katherine G. '67, 

1191 Ruffner Rd., Schenectady 9, N. Y...164, 165, 224, 260, 363 
Murray, Lauren R. '69, 

3913 Linden Rd., Rocky River, Ohio 254, 398 

Musser, Kathleen M. '68, 527 Devon Rd., Camp Hill, Pa.-.247, 378 
Myers, Gail Alison '68, 33 Southfield Rd., Easton, Conn... 164, 378 



Nadel, Barbara Sherry '67, 

917 Ogden Ave., New York 52, N. Y 363 

Nash, Rebecca Aldridge '67, 

1800 Sprunt St., Durham, N. Y 168, 363 

Naumuk, Mary A. '69, P. O. Box 681, Burgaw, N. C 399 

Naylor, Virginia Wright '67, 

401 Hawthorne Rd., Baltimore 10, Md 260 

Nelson, Marsha Lynn '67, 

4 Brennon St., Westwood, Charleston, S. C 364 

Nelson, Meredith Ann '68, 

7536 N. Boyd Way, Milwaukee, Wis 254, 378 

Newlin, Victoria E. '67, 208 Shaw St., Randleman, N. C 378 

Newman, Susan Ellen '68, 

Apartado Postal 74, Santa Clara, Calif 256 

Newsome, Carol Anne '66, 

1901 W. 8th St., Los Angeles 57. Calif 99, 256, 345 

Nichols, Barbara C. '66, 

516 Glen Park Dr., Bay Village 40, Ohio 263, 345 

Nicholson, Judith Ann '67, 

46 Farley Rd., Short Hills, N. J 244 

Nicoll, Christine '66, 4 Third St., Colorado Springs, Col...249, 345 

Nielsen, Lois C. '69, 9001 S. Bell Ave., Chicago, 111 399 

Nix, Katharine Sutton '67, 

3829 Maloney Rd. SW, Knoxville 20, Tenn 253 

Nix, Nancy '69, Marton St., Evergreen, Ala 399 

Nixon, Sharyn A. '69, 3408 Pamlico Cr., Norfolk, Va 399 

Nobles, Russell Ann '69, Circle F Ranch, Hazelhurst, Miss...399 
Nolting, Sara Frances '68, 

3310 SW 13th St., Gainesville, Fla 378 

Norris, Katherine Cecilia '66, 

Rt. 1, Box 780'/2, Salisbury, N. C 163, 345 

Norton, Carolyn Ruth '69, 

Pinecroft Rd., Greenwich, Conn 247, 378 

Notis, Sally Mills '67, 51 Blackland Rd. NW, Atlanta 5, Ga. 
Nuzum, Linda L. '66, 102 EUenton St., Aiken, S. C 345 



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O'Brien, Jennet Hayes '68. 1014 Anderson St., Durham, N. C. 
O'Brien, Judith Ellen '68, 37 Red Cross Ave., Newport, R. I...378 

O'Brien, Mary J. '69, 5504 Selton Ave., Jacksonville. Fla 399 

O'Connor. Eileen T. '66, 

360 Robin Hood Rd. NE. Atlanta, Ga 243, 345 

Odell, Pamela Neepier '67, 

1850 Chinook Trail, Maitland. Fla 164. 165, 257, 364 

Oetter, Cheryl L. '69, 9 High Acres, St. Louis, Mo. 248, 399 

O'Neal, Nancy J. '69, 107 Pembroke Cr., Edenton, N. C 399 

Ormsby, Gwynne Lula '68, 

RFD 7, Box 191 H., Chesapeake, Va 378 

Orvin, Donna C. '69, 164 Maple St., Charleston, S. C. 

Oster, Svea Sarah '68. 2163 Waldemere St.. Sarasota. Fla. 378 

Ott. Deborah L. '69. 38 South Terrace. Short Hills, N. J 399 

Ott, Policy C. '69, 

1229 Lockett Lane, Kirkwood, Mo 260, 399 

Overaker, Sally Johanna '67, 

2505 Lowell Ave., Springfield, III 253, 364 

Overholser. Linda E. '69. 

101 Cahill Lane, Oak Ridge, Tenn 259, 399 

Owens. Roselyne Yvonne '68. 

1751 Hardee Rd., Kinston, N. C 378 



Page, Mary Michael '68, 2144 E. 24th St., Tulsa 14, Okla...222, 379 
Page, Nancy Bowen '68, 

1910 Greenbriar Rd., Kinston, N. C 192, 379 

Paine, Sandra Cathleen '68, 27 Fairview Ave., West Orange, N. J. 
Palmer. Patricia Lee '68, 

1110 Signal Hill Lane, Berwyn, Pa 248, 379 

Palmer, Teres.i D. '69, 1702 Forest Lane, McLean, Va...263, 399 
Pandolfo, Andrea Vivian *67, 

1631 Seventh Ave., Bethel. Langley AFB, Va. 
Pannill, Linda Ausanne '68, 418 Locost Dr., Catonsville, Md...379 
Parker. Kathleen J. '69. 

16 Grove Terrace, Box 744, Sparta, N. J 400 

Parker, Marlie S. '69, 1671 Garand Dr., Deerfield, 111 400 

Parker, Pamela Ann '68, 

412 Pinecrest Rd. NE, Atlanta 5, Ga 253, 379 

Parkyns, Meredith E. '69, 

14B River Park Apts., White Plains, N. Y 243, 400 

Parsons, Teresa A. '69, 7021 Bedford Lane, Louisville, Ky 400 

Partney, Patricia Ann '68. 

8800 SW 114 Terrace. Miami 56, Fla 248, 379 

Partridge, Christine E. '68, 

616 Perugia Way, Los Angeles, Calif 248, 379 

Patch, Teresa A. '66, 207 Fourth St.. Hickam AFB. 

APO 953. San Francisco, Calif...90, 92, 94. 227, 244, 345 
Pate. Sara Elizabeth '67. P. O. Box 356, Rowland. N. C...245, 364 
Patterson. Barbara Jean '67, 

110 S. Audubon Blvd., Wilmington, N. C. 
Patterson. Sarah E. '68, 

1405 Juliana Place, Alexandria, Va 261, 379 

Patton, Vicky Lee '66, Rt. 4. Mebane, N. C 245, 346 

Payne, Lura R. '66, Box 425, Belmont, N. C 255, 346 

Peake. Mary P. "69. 

900 Larchmont Crescent, Norfolk, Va 257, 400 

Pearce, Karen Maria '68, 273 N. McClean, Memphis, Tenn 379 

Pearson, Diane L. '69. 

8634 Lyons St.. Des Plaines, 111 165, 400 

Pearson. Katherine L. '67, 1927 Ward St., Durham. N. C. 

Peeler, Ruth E. 69. 1482 Carolyn Dr., Charlotte, N. C 400 

Penfield. Susan Bourne '68, 

Satterly Rd., East Setauket, N. Y 379 

Peoples, Sarah Vann '68, Box 643, Warrenton, N. C. 
Perez. Carmen L. '67, 

331 61st St.. St. Petersburg. Fla 257. 364 

Perry, Elizabeth A. '69, 

2443 Reynolds Dr., Winston-Salem, N. C 253, 400 

Perry. Susan W. '69. 321 Vista Dr., Chattanooga, Tenn 400 

Peterlin. Tatjana Marija '67, 

1212 Arnette Ave., Durham, N. C 364 

Petersen, Marsha Carolyn '68, 

34 Timber Lane, Avon, Conn 245, 379 

Peterson, Cynthia L. '69, 

12400 Casa Mia Way, Los Altos Hills, Calif 243, 400 

Petrosino. Maryanne E. '68. 

2303 Lednum St.. Apt. F. Durham, N. C 379 

Pettes. Sara Miles '68, 

1749 Hummingbird Lane, Atlanta 7, Ga 379 

Pfohl, Barbara Ann '67, 3829 Bess Rd., Jacksonville 11, Fla 364 

Pharr, Diana L. '66, 

1301 Wedgewood, Montgomery, Ala 99, 248, 346 

Philbrick, Janice L. '66, 

15 Friendly Rd., E. Greenwich. R. 1 346 

Phillips. Elisabeth L. '66. 

2617 Perkins Rd., Durham, N. C 261, 346 



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Phillips. Janet M. '69, 

525 E. Massachusetts, Southern Pines, N. C 400 

Phillips, Katharine A. '66, 

999 Audubon Dr., Memphis, Tenn 265, 346 

Phillips, Paula Ruth '67, 

1537 Larchmont Ave., Lakewood 7, Ohio 261, 364 

Pickard, Ann '68, 335 Tinkerbell Lane, Charlotte, N. C 379 

Pickard, Tempa Olivia '68, 

403 N. Vandeventer, Kennett, Mo 248, 379 

Pickering, Mary E. '66, 315 Cutler St., Raleigh, N. C 346 

Pickett, Anne C. '66, 

1700 Duke University Rd., Durham, N. C 346 

Pierce, Hannah L. '69, 1938 Foxhall Rd., McLean, Va...265, 400 
Piercy, Elizabeth Day '68, 

161 Locust Hill Dr., Rochester, N. Y 379 

Pilling, Cynthia Lynn '67, 

401 E. Gittings Ave., Baltimore 12, Md 243, 364 

Pineo, Patricia Joan '66, 396 Sunset Dr., Meadville, Pa. 

Piper, Patricia Ellen '68, 980 E. Water St., Lock Haven, Pa 379 

Plant, Margaret Ann '68, 

2311 Woodside, Ann Arbor, Mich 243, 379 

Poe, Susan Faye '68, 2524 Banner St., Durham, N. C...255, 379 

Poppendieck, Janet E. '67, 1118 Valley Dr., Alexandria, Va 364 

Porter, Candace S. '69, 

Armstrong Lane, E. Liverpool, Ohio 249, 400 

Porter, Judy Ann '67, 2005 Kynwyd Rd., 

N. Graylyn Crest, Wilmington 3, Del 249, 364 

Porter, Margaret Ann '68, 455 Valley Lane, Falls Church, Va...379 

Posey, Susan Patricia, 530 Biltmore Ave., Asheville, N. C 379 

Post, Brenda Mae '67, 49 Chidsey Ave., E. Haven 12, Conn...364 
Potocki, Mary Jane '66, 

2102 Howard Dr., Winter Park, Fla 255, 347 

Powers, Charlotte Anne '67, 

529 Jersey Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C 364 

Preston. Carol J. '69, 814 Onslow St., Durham, N. C 400 

Price, Merrillyn L. '69, RD 1, New Columbia, Pa 265, 400 

Pringle, Margaret G. '68, 

32 South Battery, Charleston, S. C 379 

Prochaska, Stephanie '69, 

5 Bishop Rd., West Hartford, Conn 257, 379 

Proctor, Marcia J. '66, 

211 University Dr., Athens, Ga 214, 264, 347 

Pruitt, Louise T. '66, 235 Eastland Ave., Pelham, N. Y. 

Puis, Barbara L. '69, 2708 Bellevue, Iowa 243, 400 

Pyle, Peggy M. '69, 

2427 W. 63rd St., Shawnee Mission, Kans 261, 400 



Rambo, Jini '67, 

517 B. Willow St., Shawview Hts., Shaw AFB, Sumter, S. C...204 
Ramsey, Catherine E. '69, 710 Hickory Lot Rd., Towson, Md...400 
Ramsey, Elizabeth A. '66, 

2901 Clover Rd., Charlotte, N. C 264, 308, 347 

Randolph, Dolores Annette '68, 

3 Cherry St., High Shoals, N. C 380 

Rankin, Louise Bell '68, 19 Todd St., Belmont, N. C 380 

Rankin, Nancy Charles '67, 

5580 1 Carter St., Pershing Park, Md 264 

Rankin, Rosalie A. '66, 

3801 N. Nelson St., Arlington 7, Va 243, 347 

Ransburg, Jean Elizabeth '67, 

5615 Washington Blvd., Indianapolis 20, Ind 255 

Ray, Carolyn L. '66, P. O. Box 181, Burnsville, N. C 347 

Reardon. Bonita Kathryn '69, 

2821 Winton Rd., Durham, N. C 246 

Reback, Diane J. '66, 1218 Devere Dr., Silver Spring, Md. 
Redding, Rosemary Leigh '67, 

9809 Hillridge Dr., Kensington, Md 253, 364 

Reed, Carolyn F. '69. 

217 N. Fairview Ave., Spartanburg, S. C 259, 264, 400 

Reed, Claudette Diana '69, Rt. 3, Box 958, Asheville, N. C 401 

Reichley, Nancy Marlyn '68, 

5219 Massachusetts Ave., Washington 16. D. C 380 

Reid, Caroline Baskin "68, 

820 Greenwood Rd., Westover Hills, Wilmington 7, Del 380 

Reinhard, Dale E. '69, 6 Windsor Dr., Livingston, N. J 401 

Reiss, Joyce Bogot '67, 857 Louise Circle, Durham, N. C. 
Reuben, Wilhelmina M. '67, 

Morris College, Sumter, S. C 175, 365 

Reuter, Jerilyn G. '66. Little Meadows Rd.. 

Wexford, Pa 91, 92, 94, 98, 100, 226, 261, 347 

Reyling, Theodora R. '66, 450 Bryant Ave., Roslyn Harbor, N. Y. 
Reynolds, Julia Lyn '67, '• 

850 Lower Chester Rd., Charleston, W. Va..! 243 

Reynolds, Pamela A. '69, 500 lona St., Metairie, La 261, 401 

Reynolds, Susan V. '66, 

717 Shallowford Rd., Lewisville, N. C 197, 200, 348 



Rhett, Nancy Ann '68, 

3866 Northwest Dr., College Park, Ga 350 

Rhoads, Rebecca Ann '67, 

2404 Prince St., Durham, N. C 245, 365 

Rice, Carol A. '66, P. O. Box 202, Milledgeville, Ga 348 

Rich, Elizabeth H. '67, 

4747 N. Lake Dr., Milwaukee 11, Wis 164, 257, 365 

Richards, Lillian C. '68, 6114 Amherst Ave., Springfield, Va...380 
Richards, Verna N. '69, 

623 Montgomery Ave., Elizabethtown, Ky 245, 401 

Richardson, Geraldine '68, 

12100 SW 64th Ave., Miami, Fla 264, 380 

Richardson, Kim M. '69, 

33 Country Ridge Dr., Port Chester, N. Y 208, 401 

Rigling, Kay E. '69, 

1378 Simpson Ferry Rd., New Cumberland, Pa 401 

Ringwald, Barbara Lee '68, 

1021 Warren Ave., Cary, N. C 257, 380 

Ritter, Martha L. '66, 

19304 Falmouth Ct., Saratoga, Calif 259, 348 

Rivera, Phoebe Joan '67, 

Univ. of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras. P. R 365 

Robbins. Rosalind Jo '68, 

5704 Bellington Ave.. N. Springfield. Va 255, 380 

Roberts, Ann '68. 1105 Crestover Rd., Wilmington, Del. ..245, 380 
Roberts. Carole Ann '68, 

606 Caroleen Rd., Forest City, N. C 253, 380 

Roberts, Lucy Anne '68, 

4811 Monumental St., Richmond 26, Va 380 

Roberts, Patricia Anne '67, 

904 Tremont Rd.. Wilson, N. C 354, 365 

Robertson, Jane Gwyn '68, Box 69, Orange, Va 245, 380 

Robinson, Jennie Neel '68, 411 East 52nd St., Savannah, Ga...380 
Robinson, Lindsay Opie '67, 

8000 Cameron Rd., Richmond, Va 365 

Rocchio, Diane Leighton '67. 

1205 Community Lane, Midland, Tex. 257 365 

Rock, Elizabeth A. '69, 

3906 Hill Monument Pkwy, Richmond, Va 259 401 

Rock, Leslie Uhl '68, 2179 Wyland Ave., Allison Park, Pa. 
Rodrian, Susan K. '66, 

8393 Newburgh Rd., Evansville, Ind 308, 348 

Rogers, Carol '69, 420 Yorkshire PI., St. Louis, Mo 401 

Rogers, Myra S. '66. 99 Gracelyn Rd., Asheville, N. C...249, 348 
Rogers, Nora Lea '67, 

239 Marlboro Lane, Rt. 7, Winston-Salem, N. C...244, 365 

Roper, Emily R. '66. 110 Woodside Dr., McLean, Va 257 

Roper, Jane McNeill '67, 7805 Winston. Philadelphia, Pa 251 

Rose, Patricia Shreve '68, 

6920 Pinetree Terrace, Falls Church, Va 264, 380 

Rosendorf, Linda L. '69, 431 Cadima, Coral Gables, Fla 401 

Ross, Marion Lue '68, 2811 Chelsea Cr., Durham, N. C...264, 380 

Rothman. Bonnie Sue '67. Rt. 2, New Hope, Pa 365 

Rottenberg, Nancy '68, 1601 Hermitage Court, Durham, N. C...204 
Rouzer, Patricia E. '69, 

610 Hermitage Court, Charlotte, N. C 264, 401 

Rowland, Miriam C. '69. 

35 W. Mountain View Ave., Greenville. S. C 255, 401 

Rowland, Suzanne E. '66. 

718 W. Hampton Ave.. Sumter, S. C 255, 348 

Roxby. Judith L. '69, 215 Vassar Ave., Swarthmore, Pa...253, 401 
Roznoy, Carol J. '66, 141 North Ave., Westport, Conn.... 348 
Rudin, Welda Ruth '68, 1640 Marion Ave., Durham, N. C. 380 
Rudolf, Judith A. '66, 716 Reed St., Neenah, Wis.. .198, 222, 348 
Rupp, Dorothy E. '69, 1102 Rowan Ct., Bahimore, Md...242, 401 
Rush, Cynthia L. '69, 2436 Walker St., Columbus, Ga...242, 401 

Safford, Barbara S. '67, 

Rt. 3, Box 209 D, Hendersonville. N. C 242, 365 

Said, Grace Helen '68, P. O. Box 1076. Beirut, Lebanon 380 
Salinger. Jill H. '66. 

3444 Rugby Rd.. Hope Valley. Durham. N. C 254, 349 

Salinger, Wendy L. '69, 

3444 Rugby Rd., Hope Valley, Durham, N. C 401 

Salmon, Helen Jane '67, 

2122 McClendon, Houston 25, Tex 168, 264, 365 

Samples, Cathryn L. '69, 3511 Somerset Dr., New Orleans, La. .401 
Sancrant, Linda B. '69, 

1305 Brookwood, Birmingham, Mich 242, 401 

Sander, Joyce E. '69, 

3319 Prince Charles Ct., Falls Church. Va 250, 401 

Sapmsley. Carol A. '69. 25 Cooke St.. Providence, R. I...264, 401 
Sapp, Janet Marilyn '68. 

50 Hickory Dr.. Maplewood. N. J 253. 380 

Sapp. Karen L. '66, 102 Hamilton St., Leaksville, N. C...265, 349 

Saunders, Mary M. '67, 604 W. Main St., Elizabeth City, N. C. 252 



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Sayetta, Rona Beth '66, 

2502 Randolph Place, Birmingham, Ala 349 

Schmidt, Havard Ewin "67, 

3760 Upper River Rd., Louisville, Ky 365 

Schreiber, Merle F. '69, 

2133 NE 17th Terr., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 250, 401 

Schreiber, Susan S. '69, 

7 Bayberry Dr., Saddle River, N. J 252, 401 

Schroder, Gretchen Wood '68, 932 Russet St., Racine, Wis...381 
Schuerman, Karen Kay '67, 

45 Meadow Lane, Chappaqua, N. Y 246, 365 

Schupper, Linda N. '69, 2802 Welcome Dr., Durham, N. C 401 

Scott, Bernadette F. '67, 

3023 Arundel Dr., Charlotte, N. C 165, 365 

Scott, Beth Rollings "68, 

1381 Ebenezer Rd., Rock Hill, S. C 242, 381 

Scott, Elizabeth S. '68, 498 Highland Ave., Athens, Ga...247, 381 

Scott, Julia A. '66, 3700 Freedom Dr., Charlotte, N. C 349 

Scott, Kathryn P. '67, 1307 Hillcrest Rd., Lancaster, Pa 365 

Screws, Peggy Marie '68, 3513 Howard Ave., Columbus, Ga...381 
Scribner, Hillis M. '66, 1065 Florida Apt. 9B, 

Edificio, Kavanagh, Buenos Aires, Rep. Arg 247 

Seibel, Molly Jo, Jr. '67, Rt. 3, Box 26, Whiteville, N. C. 
Sexton, Jane E. "69, 3142 W. 17th St., Topeka, Kan...265, 402 



Simpson, Lucia E. '66, 

763 Barnsdale Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C 247, 350 

Sims, Barbara L. '69, 1213 Maple Lane, Glenview, III. .256, 402 

Singletary, Gail Dalton '68, 32 Beverly Dr., Durham, N. C 256 

Sjostrom, Karen Ellen '67, 

2111 Dominion Dr., Charlottesville, Va. 
Slaughter, Celia R. '66, 

810 Linwood Rd., Birmingham 5, Ala 256, 350 

Slocum, Nancy E. '66, 

1539 Kathwood Dr., Columbia, S. C 168, 260 

Small, Margaret Hocker '68, 564 Fairmont Rd., Linthicum, Md. 
Small, Mary Buchanan '68, RFD 2, Glade Spring, Va...265, 381 

Smeltz, Carol J. '66, 419 Concord Ave., Wilmington 3, Del 350 

Smith, Barbara H. '66, 

795 Knollwood Terrace, Westfield, N. J 350 

Smith, Cassandra E. '67, 

3000 Fondly Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C 365 

Smith, Deborah L. '69, 

1215 Parkins Mill Rd., Greenville, S. C 212, 402 

Smith, Dinah Yates '68, P. O. Box 322, Kahuku, Oahu, Hawaii..381 
Smith, Jaquelin Lucy '68, 

Greenwood Farm, Hay Market, Va 381 

Smith. Julie A. '66, 

7415 Falmouth St., Springfield, W. Va 256 




Shackford, Virginia P. '68, 

812 NW 41st St., Oklahoma City, Okla 257, 381 

Shaner, Barbara E. '69, 1430 Rarview Rd., Villanova. Pa 402 

Shand, Beth '68, 74 Thorncliff, Kirkwood, Mo...261, 366, 381 
Sharratt. Julie Marie '67, 

7403 Hampton Blvd., Norfolk, Va 265, 365 

Shaw, Maria S. '66, 

20 Briar Brae Rd., Darien. Conn 197, 205, 252, 350 

Shearin, Sherra J. '69, 1706 Southgate St., Durham, N. C 402 

Shelton, Ann P. "69, 911 W. 6th St., Columbia, Ind 402 

Shepard, Virginia E. '68, 

120 Clark Ave., Massapequa, L. L, N. Y 381 

Sheppard, Margaret Ann '67, 

311 Montrose Ave., Catonsville, Md 381 

Sheppard, Margaret Emily '68, 

10212 Kingfisher Rd., Bradenton, Fla 249, 365 

Sherman, Carolyn L. '66, 

1303 earner Ave., Schenectady, N. Y 350 

Shirley, Susan Ollene '68, 

1947 Faculty X)r., Winston-Salem, N. C 254, 381 

Shockey, Dolores D. '69, 800 Banta PL, Ridgefield, N. J...242, 402 
Shore, Carey D. '66, 

1409 Lyndhurst Dr., High Point, N. C 168, 350 

Short, Nancy Pelton '67, 

3840 Edinburgh Rd.. Columbia 4, S. C 365 

Shurcliff, Frances M. '68, 

307 W. Grizzard, Tullahoma, Tenn 208, 251, 381 

Sifers, Christina '66, 

5735 High Dr., Shawnee Mission, Kans 350 

Simons, Sara E. '69, 

20603 Stratford Rd., Detroit, Mich 261, 402 

Simpson, Emily C. '69, 123 Westwood Rd., Asheville, N. C 402 



Smith, Page H. '69, 917 Wellington Rd., Baltimore, Md 402 

Smith, Sarah Lynn '66, Rt. 3, Box 401, Covington, Va. 
Smith, Sharon Alice '68, 

2 East Cadillac Dr., Somerville, N. J 260, 381 

Smith, Sheryl J. "69, 2788 Edgewood, Columbus, Ohio 248 

Snidow, Anne Wallingford '68, 

364 Connecticut Ave., Spartanburg, S. C 381 

Snotherly, Jane Dixon '68, 1001 Westwood, High Point, N. C...381 
Snow, Elizabeth B. '66, 

1712 Hermitage Ave. SE, Huntsville, Ala 351 

Snyder, Ellen R. "69, 689 St. Johns Dr., Orange, Conn 402 

Snyder, Mary A. '66, Rt. 2, Box 230A, Boone, N. C 351 

Snyder, Mary E. '66, Darlington Rd., Darling. Pa 251, 351 

Somjen, Maria K. '69, 606 Buchanan Blvd., Durham, N. C 402 

Sopousek, Jan '69, 631 Highland Dr., Sanford, N. C 402 

Speck, Martha L. '66, 

3204 Churchill Rd., Raleigh, N. C 259, 357 

Speight, Margaret Louise '67, Rt. 1, Farmville, N, C 366 

Spencer, Mary I. '69, 

315 Bromley PI., Mobile, Ala 254, 402 

Spinelli, Betty Jean '68, 207 Lee St., Sumter, S. C. 

Springman, Janet Elaine '67, 1215 Elm St., Glenview, 111 251 

St. Clair, Mary Diane '68, 108 W. Va. St., Beckley, W. Va. 
Stackman, Mary A. '69, 

School of Business, Univ. of S. C, Columbia, S. C 260, 403 

Stafford, Susan Graham '67, Box 314, Rt. 1, Matthews, N. C...252 
Stallings, Alice Leone '67, 

222 East Lake Dr., Thomasville, N. C 366 

Stanford, Ann Leslie '68, 

1285 Forest Glen Dr. N., Winnetka, 111 382 

Stanley, Ellen Gail '67, 3915 Devine St., Columbia, S. C...244, 366 



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Stanley, Margaret Judith '66, 

3915 Devine St., Columbia, S. C 244, 351 

Stansbury, Dale G. '66, 

2127 Sharon Ave., Charlotte, N. C 252, 351 

Starrett, Andrea Lynn '67, 

2685 Kimmeridge Dr., East Point, Ga 366 

Stead, Nancy W. "66, 2122 Myrtle Dr., Durham, N. C. 

Steel, Janet P. '69, 61 S. Windsor Ave., Brightwaters, N. Y 403 

Steitz, Molly Deklyn "67. 2015 Grove St., Glenview, 111. .252, 366 
StempI, Judy A. "69, 

221 Palermo Cr., Ft. Myers Beach, Fla 101, 403 

Stephens, Sharon Paine '67, 

Apt. 5-260! Westover Ave., Roanoke, Va 366 

Sterling, Lesley J. '66, P. O. Box 1163, Raleigh, N. C. 
Stevens, Lynn B. '66, 

7741 SW 134th Terrace, Miami, Fla 256, 351 

Stewart, Barbara J. '69, 12623 Farnell Dr., Wheaton, Md 403 

Stewart, Clorea E. '67, P. O. Bo.x 66, Easton, Md 255 

Stewart, Frances Linda '68, 77 Warrior Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa...382 
Stickney, Jean Cook '68, 2302 Beech St., Texarkana, Ark. 
Stoaks, Joy Elizabeth '67, 

Apt 402, 2030 F St. NW, Washington, D. C 366 

Stoessel, Doris Anne '68, 

520 E. Tujunga Ave., Burbank, Calif 247, 382 



Tall, Julia Linda '69, 1642 Medford Dr., Charlotte, N. C 403 

Talton, Jenny L. "69, 315 N. Third, Smithfield, N. C 403 

Tarwater, Nancy P. '66, 

Rt. 4, Box 65, Harriman, Tenn 168, 265, 352 

Tate, Jacqueline Crawford '67, 

723 South Palmway, Lake Worth, Fla 366 

Tate, Judith Ruth '66, 

6530 Robin Rd., Dallas 9, Texas 227, 257, 352 

Tayloe, Helen R. '69, 4404 Bedford PI., Baltimore, Md 403 

Taylor, Jane E. '69, 606 Nebraska St., Spindale, N. C 403 

Taylor, Linda R. '69, 4501 Fenwick Ct., Charlotte, N. C 403 

Tenenblatt, Marian R. '69, 

12817 Lacey Dr., Silver Spring, Md 255, 403 

Tewksbury, Carol A. '69, Box 44, Rt. 4, Rochelle, Va 403 

Thetford, Constance E. '69, 68 South St., Eatontown, N. J 403 

Thompson, Agnes W. "69, 

700 N. Washington St., Shelby, N. C 403 

Thompson, Janet M. "66, 

4610 Cedar Oaks Lane, Bellaire, Texas 248 

Thrall, Mary E. '69, 953 Spring St., Ann Arbor, Mich 403 

Tinsley, Ethel M. '66, 3M BIdg. No. 1, 3-Chome, 

Omote Cho Akasada, Minato-Ku, Tokyo, Japan .248, 320, 353 

Titus, Ellen G. "69, 2060 Grand Blvd., Schenectady. N. Y 403 

Todd, Brenda G. "66, RFD 2, Fredericktown, Ohio 353 




Stogner, Kathryn Joyce '67, 212 Nellis Dr., Goldsboro, N. C...366 
Stone, Ann L. "69, 

533 Ridgewood Rd., Huntington, W. Va 165, 403 

Stover, Carol June '66, 

Apt. C 441 311 N. 20th St., Arlington 1, Va 352 

Stradley, Margaret N. '69, 

4742 Astral St., Jacksonville, Fla 263, 403 

Strawn, Betsy Ann '67, 

2108 Sherwood Ave., Charlotte 7, N. C 164, 260, 366 

Strawther, Teri Frances "67, 

110 Shore View Dr., Yonkers, N. Y 366 

Strickland, Dianne Claire '67, 

1438 Palmer St., Mayport, Fla 263, 366 

Stroman, Dorothy Mae '67, 

119 Simmons St., Mt. Pleasant, S. C 366 

Stroupe, Sandra P. "66, 

2300 Laburnum Ave., Charlotte, N. C 352 

Stubbs, Constance Lynn '68, 

3106 Poinciana Rd., Middletown, Ohio 257, 382 

Stubbs, Rowena M. "66, 

4975 Ortega Forest Dr.. Jacksonville 10, Fla 255, 352 

Stubbs, Sara M. '66, 

3080 So. Detroit Way, Denver, Colo 257, 352 

Sullivan, Elizabeth Ann '66, 36 Orchard Lane, Wayland, Mass. 
Sullivan, Virginia Ellen "68, 

2711 Bayonne Ave., Baltimore 14, Md 255, 382 

Summers, Linnea Ann '68, 

5406 Dorset Ave., Chevy Chase 15, Md 247, 382 

Surbaugh, Georgeann "66, RR 6, Box 78, Anderson, Ind...242, 382 

Swanson, Karen Jean '68, 63 Darwin Dr., Snyder 26, N. Y 382 

Sweger, Carol Blankenship '66, 

1832 Eastman Ave., Bethlehem, Pa 352 



Tracy, Deborah Ann "67, 38 Brunswick St., Pittsfield, Mass. 
Travis, Frances Virginia "67, 

Headquarters 3rd Air F, Box 424, APO, N. Y., N. Y. 

Trent, Carol S. "69, 1330 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, Fla 404 

Tribley, Nancy Jeanette "68, 213 Lewis St., Greenville, N. C...382 
Triplett, Merry L. "69, 3112 Ardsley Dr., Orlando, Fla.. .253, 404 
Turner, Ann Rosamond "68, 

1831 East 31st PI., Tulsa, Okla 248, 382 

Turner, Carmen Irma "68, 271 W. Main St., Newark, Del 382 

Turner, Linda K. '69, 60 Waldron Ave.. Glen Rock, N. J 404 

Turner, Suzanne L. '66, 

751 College Ave., Wooster, Ohio 248, 320, 353 

Tuten, Lois A. '69, 

A F Section Jusmagg, APO 223, New York, N. Y 404 

Tyler, Joan Frances '68, 21 Bickfield Dr.. Hampton, Va 243 

Tyler, Margaret C. '66, 6103 Temple Rd., Jacksonville 17, Fla.. .353 



rj Uddstrom. Kristi Blair "68. 

800 Larchmont Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa 253, 382 

Upham, Rowena R. '69, 

3274 Overland PI., Memphis, Tenn 253, 404 

Urbanus, Patricia A. '69, 

3004 Kline Rd., Jacksonville, Fla 244, 404 

Urquhart, Mary L. '69. 85 Crossover Rd., Fairport, N. Y 404 



[/■ Vala, Charlene Rose '68, 1940 Sunnyside Ave., Westchester, III. 
'' Van Antwerp. Margaret A. '69, 61 Lyons PI., Westwood, N. J. ..404 

Vanderburg, Sharon F. '69, 

Rt. 4, P. O. Box 154, Concord, N. C 404 

Vaughan, Pamela '69, 3038 McGregor Blvd., Ft. Myers, Fla 404 



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Vaughan, Sarah Daniel "68, 

710 E. Lake Dr., Greensboro, N. C 247, 382 

Vento, Vera Cecelia '68, 452 Hamilton Ave., Trenton, N. J 383 

Viccellio, Vicki '68, 405 Staff Loop, MacDill AFB, Tampa, Fla. 
Vinten-Johansen, Dorte '68, 7105 Wilson Lane, Bethesda, Md. 

Volk, Laura Zelle '67, Rt. 5, Flemington, N. J 366 

Volz, Karen Diane '67, 

1819 Woodfill Way, Louisville 5, Ky 253, 366 

Vos, Elizabeth Louise '67, Box 569, McLean, Va. 

Wade, Ruth Elizabeth '68, 

756 Pine -Valley Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C 244, 383 

Wadsworth, Mary '68, 44 Rockledge Dr., Pelham, N. Y...255, 383 
Walker, Beatrice A. '66, 

1885 Share Dr. S., Apt. 415, St. Petersburg, Fla 353 

Walker, Emily Elizabeth '68, 

2301 Roswell Ave., Charlotte, N. C 249, 383 

Walker, Margaret Bates '66, 

2114 W. Club Blvd., Durham, N. C 353 

Walker, Susan Elise '68, 3931 Sulkirk Rd., Charlotte 9, N. C...383 
Wall, Doris Claudeene '68, 

1840 S. Alston Ave., Durham, N. C 383 

Wallin, Janine L. '69, 

419 Hempstead Rd., Newtown Sq., Pa 165, 251, 404 

Walsh, Kathy Lynn '67, 

c/o American Embassy, Quito, Ecuador 367 

Walston, Daisy P. '66, Box 122, Tarboro, N. C 354 

Walton, Carolee Ann '68, 

36 Herrontown Circle, Princeton, N. J 263, 383 

Wanless, Julia M. '66, 

2024 Wiggins, Springfield, 111 249, 354 

Wanless, Sarah R. '69, 

2024 Wiggins, Springfield, 111 249, 404 

Ward. Mary Elizabeth '67, 

1639 Great Bridge Blvd., Chesapeake, Va 257, 367 

Warder, Sarah Elizabeth '68, 

21950 Shelburne Rd., Shaker Heights, Ohio 

Ware, Christine Lorelle '68, 37 Park Rd.. Short Hills, N. J 251 

Ware, Linda L. '69, 20 Reymont Ave., Rye, N. Y...263, 404 

Ware, Patricia R. '69, 137 South Oak St., Sparta, Tenn 404 

Warner, Janet L. '66, 

5226 N. 20th St., Apt. C 11, Phoenix, Ariz 168, 354 

Warren, Ann C. '69, 

3 Rockdell Lane, Birmingham, Ala 243, 404 

Warren, Linda Ruth '67, 8437 Larkspur Rd., Bon Air, Va. 
Warren, Mary Lou '67, 

211 Meadowvale Rd., Lutherville, Md 243, 367 

Watson, Susan D. '66, 244 Argonne Ave., Long Beach, Calif.. .354 
Weart, Christine Culp '67. 

Qtrs. 3, N.A.S., Pensacola, Fla 240, 249, 367 

Weatherford, Elizabeth R. '66, 

2715 Lombardy Ave., Memphis, Tenn 320, 354 

Weaver, Carolyn M. '68, 

Windy Ridge Farm, Rt. 2. Greenville, S. C 261 

Webb, Patricia Irene '68, 1430 Henri St., Mount Airy, N. C...383 
Webb, Sarah Gorham '67, 

2800 36th St. NW, Washington, D. C 261, 367 

Weikert, Suzanne '69, 

1166 Monterey Dr., Mansfield, Ohio 251, 383 

Weiland, Barbara Jean '67, 

7817 Jackson Park Blvd., Wauwatosa, Wis 261 

Weldon, Alice A. "69, 2100 W. Market St., Greensboro, N. C...404 
Welfare, Kathleen '66. 

2641 Reynolds Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C 244, 354 

Wells. Rita Gertrude '67. 120 E. Cliff St.. Wallace, N. C 367 

Wenrich, Paige L. '69, 1020 Kent Rd., Wilmington, Del 404 

Werber, Carol S. '69, 

7001 Forest Hill Dr., University Park, Md 244. 404 

West, Helen McKinley "68, 914 Delaware Ave., Suffolk, Va...383 
West, Ruth T. '66, 

120 Midway Ave., Clarks Summit, Pa 164, 265, 354 

West, Tommileigh '69, 406 West E St., Erwin, N. C. .249, 404 
Wherrett, Whitney L. '69, 

4213 Wooster Ave., San Mateo, Calif 404 

Whststone, Carol Jean '68, 

924 Oak Hill Ave.. Hagerstown, Md 383 

Whisnant, Betty L. '66, 2917 Crosby Rd., Charlotte, N. C 354 

White, Anne Walker '67, 3208 Birnam Wood Rd., Raleigh, N. C. 
White, Sarah N. '66, 

106 E. Hillcrest Dr., Greenville. S. C 245, 354 

Whitley, Judith A. '69, Box 468, Wilson, N. C 405 

Whitmire, Sara E. '69, 

508 Insurance Bldg., Greenville. S. C 243, 405 

Whitney, Pamela E. '69, 280 Patton Dr., Cheshire, Conn.. .247, 405 
Whittaker, Tracy M. '69, 

332 Hempstead PI., Charlotte, N. C 261, 384, 405 

Wigren, Pamela A. '67, 

1014 Crown Point Rd. W., Signal Mountain, Tenn 367 

Wike, Antoinette Ray '67, 5 Woodcrest Dr., Lexington, N. C. 



Wilcox, Margaret Moore '67, 

86 Lenwood Blvd., Charleston, S. C 367 

Wiles, Marion B. '69, 446 Washington, Glencoe, 111 257 

Wilkerson, Deborah C. '69, 

211 Wilmington Rd., Fayetteville, N. C 405 

Willert, Lorraine V. '66, 111 15 75 Ave., Forest Hills, N. Y...355 
Willets, Virginia Hope '68. 1116 Wells St.. Durham, N. C. 

Willey, Joan D. "69, 1017 Travers Dr., Charleston, S. C 405 

Williams, Alice J. "66, 

Blue Haven, Leesville Rd., Raleigh, N. C 255, 355 

Williams, Alice Sue '67, 1431 N. Fillmore St., Arlington, Va...367 
Williams, Camilla M. "69, 

2209 Arno Rd., Shawnee Mission, Kan 405 

Williams, Elizabeth K. "66, 

N. Tennessee Rd., Box 324, Cartersville, Ga 245, 355 

Williams, Frances Gay "66, 

1337 Biltmore Dr., Charlotte, N. C 261 

Williams, Martha J., Box 111, Robbins, N. C 405 

Williams, Schuyler L. "66, 

13 Snowfield Court, Midland, Mich 257, 355 

Williams, Wendy Marjorie "68, 

Douglas Rd., New Vernon, N. J 253, 383 

Willis, Helen Elizabeth "68, 

407 4th St. NW, Hickory, N. C 245, 383 

Wilmot, Barbara Mary '67, 

3945 SW 3rd Ave., Gainesville, Fla 175, 367 

Wilson, Audrey G. '69, 

616 N. Rio Grande, Orlando, Fla 253, 405 

Wilson, Elizabeth Anne '68, Box 513, Dahlonega, Ga 383 

Wilson, Jill L. '69, 224 Hillside Ave., Charlotte, N. C 405 

Wilson, Sarah G. '67, 2632 Michigan, Jophn, Mo 367 

Wilt, Judy E. '69, 2080 N. Brook Cr., York, Pa 245, 405 

Windmiller, Jan Alleta '68, 

210 South Glenwood, Columbia, Mo 257 

Wischmeyer, Nancy Louise "67, 

21 Danfield Rd.. St. Louis. Mo 243, 367 

Wisdom, Joan C. '69, 12 Grandview Cr„ Manhasset, N. Y 405 

Withers, Carolyn Leslie "67, 

216 Clifton Ave., Spartanburg, S. C 367 

Wittenberg, Pauline '67, 12 Ingram Dr., Hicksville, N. Y 367 

Wolf, Harriet D. '69, 130 Jasper Lane, Aiken, S. C...203, 405 
Wolf, Mary Julia '68, 

2152 Blue Ridge Rd., Hagerstown, Md 249, 384 

Wood, Janet Linda "67, 

2801 Lyndherst Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C 200, 367 

Wood, Sara Lynn "67, 508 N. Garden Ave., Siler City, N. C...367 
Woodard, Dee A. "66, 519 Idaho Ave., Hunley Park, 

Charleston, S. C 64, 91, 93, 94, 99, 100, 241, 255, 355 

Woodruff, Sharon Elise "68, 7308 Lois Lane, Lanham, Md..-384 
Woolley, Eloise C. "66, 

825 NW 29th St., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 168, 355 

Woolley, Patti '67, 221 South East Ave., Oak Park, 111 251 

Workman, Kathryn A. "69, 

Workman Memorial Clinic, Woodruff, S. C 405 

Wright, Kathleen C. "69, 4 Beal Ct., Huntington, N. Y...261, 405 
Wright, Nina R. '69, 

2102 Companero Ave., Orjando, Fla 243, 405 

Wright, Ola R. '66, 

4201 River Rd. NW, Washington, D. C 245, 355 

Wyatt, Emily Hughes "67, 1012 Vance St., Raleigh, N. C...259, 367 
Wyatt, Mary P. '69, 

6230 Spring Mill Rd., Indianapolis, Ind 243, 405 

Wyngaarden, Patricia A. '69, 

1114 Wynden Ave., Rosemont, Pa 257, 405 

t^ Yearwood, Susan Carol '67, 
115 Maple Lane, Oak Ridge. Tenn 249, 367 

Younger, Mary Margaret '68, 

12 Country Aire, St. Louis, Mo 265, 384 

ZZappala, Christine "69, 1107 Westbriar Dr. NE, Vienna, Va...405 
Zeller, Margaret S. '67, 

320 Extension St., Hazlehurst, Miss 251 

Zimmerman. Carolyn F. '67, 

5512 W. Market St., Greensboro, N. C 261 



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 

Ackerley, Robert E. '66, 3 Leaf Place, Elmsford, N. Y. 
Ake. James L. '66, 

Lynnhaven Dr., Dover, Del 163, 231, 298, 323 

Albright, Robert P. '69, 

625 Pembroke Rd., Greensboro. N. C 129, 288, 387 

Alexander, John C, Jr. '68, 

3821 Hawthorne Rd., Rocky Mount, N. C 106, 278 



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Allen, Thomas Stringfield '67, 

1027 Pine St.. Burlington, Vt 290, 357 

Altschuler. Daniel R. '68, 

Cascadilla Correos 506, Montevides, Uruguay 
Alvarez, Richard Michael "67, 3235 Mud Lick Rd., Roanoke, Va. 
Anderson, Ferdinand A. '69, 2717 Van Dyke Ave., Raleigh, N. C. 
Armstrong, Robert N. '66, 

23 Amherst Rd., Biltmore Forest, Asheville, N. C...163, 179, 323 
Arnold, Richard Sturz, Jr. '68, 

229 Wellington Rd., Dewitt 14, N. Y 282 

Ashby, Donald A. '67, Nassawadox, Va 106, 270, 323 

Bartholomees, James B., Jr. '69, 

3 Dupont Plaza, Ft. Bragg, N. C 282, 387 

Bayne, Dwight M. '69, 142 Mountain Ave., Summit, N. J. ..272, 387 
Beckett, Thomas H. '69, 

48 Bay Way Ave., Brightwaters, N. Y 286, 387 

Behnken, Kenneth Charles G. '67, 

Box 156, A R F D, Painter, Va 357 

Bell, Oliver A., Jr. '66, 2604 Garner Rd., Raleigh, N. C. 
Bellman, Donald H., Jr. '66, 

5807 Chillumgate Rd., Hyattsville, Md 197, 203. 324 

Benson, Clark William, Jr. '67, 

P. O. Box 86, Murphy, N. C 293, 357 

Bergen, Robert E. '66, 600 Wilson Dr., Lancaster, Pa...298, 325 
Berger, Johnny M. '68, 

302 E. Portland St., Mechanicsburg, Pa 300, 369 

Berns, Donald F. '69, 

6140 N. Meridian, Indianapolis, Ind 296, 387 

Best, Alexander Jlulvei "67, 

934 EUendale Dr., Towson, Md 282, 357 

Blake, Patrick B. '69, Box 187, Rt. 537, Colts Neck, N. J 388 

Boehm, Douglas Waterman "68. 

1044 South 26th St., Arlington, Va 370 

Bolton, Peter Kemble '68, Old Camden Rd., Cheraw, S. C 283 

Bond, Robert Stephen '68, 

1904 Winford Rd.. Bahimore, Md 302, 370 

Booth, Michael Chaney "67, 

4915 S. Olive Ave., W. Palm Beach, Fla 358 

Bozard, Fred H. '69, 312 Oflethorpe Blvd., St. Augustine, Fla. .388 

Bradley, Walter S. '69, 209 Wesley Dr., Hagerstown, Md 388 

Bredenberg, Allan N. '66, Hopbrook Rd., Bethany, Conn...298, 326 
Brick, Jeffrey M. '66, 

5516 W. 81st Terr.. Prairie Village, Kan...65, 161, 163, 305 

Brienza, Nicholas '66, 3502 Duke St., College Park, Md 326 

Bright, Robert Nail '67, 

1204 Confederate Ave., Richmond. Va 358 

Brindle, James H. '66, 

3334 N. Third St., Harrisburg, Pa 179, 237, 326 

Brockett, Peter Charles '67. 

Box 1070, Daytona Beach, Fla 271, 358 

Brodnax, Lewis M. '67, Rt. 2, Box 145, Eutaw, Ala...295, 358 
Brohard, Thomas W., Ill '69, 

73 Weeks Ave., Cornwall Hudson, N. Y 281, 388 

Brown, Donald Walter. Jr. '68, 

6727 S. Atlanta, Tulsa, Okla 272, 370 

Brown, Edward B., Jr. "67, 

883 Plymouth Rd., Atlanta, Ga 303, 358 

Brown, William B., Jr. '68, 

4602 Roanoke Ct., Midland. Mich 370 

Browne, Charles Gerrall '67, Rt. 2, Cherryville, N. C 358 

Bryce, John Stephen '67, 

Lincoln & Fairthorne St., Kennett Sq., Pa 358 

Buchanan, William E. '67, 

4512 S. Lewis Place, Tulsa, Okla 267, 268, 284, 327 

Bullock, Calvert Riggs '67, 

7631 SW 53 Court. Miami. Fla 301, 358 

Bumingham, Kent Sessions '67, 

704 S. Lincoln Ave., Alexandria, Va 358 

Bussey, Joe Paynter, Jr. '68, 

1406 Willow Ave., Chesapeake, Va 106, 288, 370 

Butterworth, Robert S. '68, Main St.. Richville, N. Y 293 

Campbell, Lewis Byrns '68. 

18 S. Stewart St., Winchester, Va 297, 370 

Campbell. Ronald Michael '68. 

165 Williams Dr., Adm. Hts.. Annapolis, Md 370 

Carmichael, George J., Ill '67, 

591 Park Ave., Manhasset, N. Y 295, 358 

Carter, Charles S. '69, 

400 Grove St.. Salisbury, N. C 293, 389 

Chandler, Donald P. "69, 

307 White St., Falls Church, Va 284, 389 

Chestnut, Kenneth S. "68, 37 Mercer Ave., Wilmington, N. C...371 
Chewning, Charles C, Jr. '69, 

4109 Exeter Rd., Richmond, Va 389 

Chrisman, Calvin L. '69, 

225 Ridgewood Ave., Charlotte, N. C 297, 389 



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Churchman, Charles Wesley '68, 

20 S. Britton Rd., Springfield, Pa 286, 371 

Claiborne, Claudius B. '69, 

144 Cedar Place, Danville, Va 129, 304, 389 

Clark, Henry L., Jr. '69, 

3806 Leland St., Chevy Chase, Md 292, 389 

Clarke, Stuart H., Jr. '69, 

8310 Ashcroft, Houston, Texas 275, 389 

Clayton, Terry Lee '68, 725 Ranger Rd., Fairfax, Va 371 

Clift, Robert C. '68, 34 Salem St., Andover, Mass 295 

Cocke, Norman Atwater '67, 865 Tall Oaks Rd., Radnor, Pa 287 

Colden, William C, III '68, 12 Slater Dr., Scotia, N. Y 275 

Coleman, Donald Bruce '68, 348 Henry Ave., Sewickley, Pa. ..371 
Coley, Stephen Craig '67, 

3941 Van Ness St. NW, Washington. D. C...268, 283, 359 

Coman, James H., Ill '69, Rt. 3, Hillsboro, N. C 390 

Compitello, Joseph L., Jr. '69, 

51 Lincoln Ave., E. White Plains, N. Y 116, 279 

Coogler, John Bee '67, 

175 Mt. Fair Ave., Brooksville, Fla 280, 359 

Cook, Larry F. '69, 940 Turquoise, New Orleans, La...280, 390 
Cooksey, Benjamin H., Ill '69, 

615 E. Main St., Clarksburg, Va 293, 390 

Cotton, Robert B., Jr. '68, 

1503 Old Orchard Rd., Media, Pa 371 

Cox, Grover C, III '69, 

26530 Conejo Ct., Los Altos Hills, Calif 287, 390 

Crawford, Michael Clark '68, 

516 W. Third St., Oil City, Pa 270, 371 

Cross, Robert Scott "68, 

1458 Parkwood St.. Clearwater, Fla 163, 282, 366, 371 

Crowell, George H., Ill "67, 

Box 646, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla 179, 227, 285, 354 

Cruse, Charles H. "66, 

Long View Farm, Rt. 2, Northeast, Md 275, 329 

Cudlin, Joseph John '67, 13 Barry Dr., E. Northport, N. Y. 

Daniel, John Harrison, Jr. '67, 

5502 Cromwell Dr., Washington, D. C 279, 359 

Danluck, Thomas R. '66, 

112 NE 111th St., Miami Shores, Fla 144, 287, 330 

Davenport, Thomas Earl '68, 

1210 McRee Dr., Valdosta, Ga 293, 366, 371 

Davis, Clayton William '68, 

440 E. Mass Ave., Southern Pines, N. C 371 

Dermon, John A. '69, 3634 Poplar, Memphis, Tenn 391 

Dickinson, Roger B. '67, 

1294 Hillside Dr., Lancaster, Pa 298, 330 

Dolson, James F.. Jr. '69, 708 S. Overlook Dr., Alexandria, Va. 

Dorrell, Charles E. '69. Main St., Sturbridge, Mass 391 

Doupnik, Forrest Russell '68, 209 W. Federal St., Snow Hill, Md. 
Dover, James R., Jr. '69, 

1146 Hermitage Rd., Rock Hill, S. C 161, 163. 384, 391 

Dow, Robert E. '67, 

Rockland Park, Short Beach, Conn 106, 110, 289 

Dowdee, John W. '66, 2522 Rochelle St., Durham, N. C. 

Duerr, Eric R. '69, 230 Forest Hills Rd.. Rochester, N. Y...287, 391 

Eddy, James H. '69, 103 Harding Rd., Wyckoff, N. J 391 

Edgar, Thomas R. '66, 

Rt. 5, Box 200, Athens, Tenn 179, 207, 274, 311, 331 

Edwards, Jens B., Jr. '69, 650 Lanier Dr., Portsmouth, Va 279 

Ellis, Thomas S. '69, 

620 S. Third St., Wisconsin Rapids, Wis 391 

Elmore, Michael E. '69, Rt. 3, Box 469, Kernersville, N. C...391 
Emerick, Harold R. '69. 1394 N. Main St., Washington, Pa.. .391 
Estabrook, Watts T., Ill '66, 

5822 Ogden Court, Chevy Chase, Md 332 

Fairbank, William G. '67, 

c/o Aramco Box 331, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia 

Falk, Martin Elmer '68, 105 Virginia Ave., Alexandria, Va 372 

Farquhar, Thomas L. '69, 

17 Country Club PI., Belleville, 111 297, 392 

Farrell. Francis D.. Jr. '66. Forest Hills, Aberdeen, N. C...290, 332 
Fegley, Thomas Lee '67, 

247 Stein Lane, Lewisburg, Pa 207, 301, 360 

Feick, John W. '69, 

1316 Doves Cove Rd., Towson, Md 145, 392 

Ferguson, John Howe '68, 

10024 Reddick Dr., Silver Spring, Md 372 

Finley, Michael J. '69, 26 Hawthorne PI., Summit, N. J 392 

Foltz, John A. '66, 45 Trumbull St., Watertown, Conn 333 

Ford, John Ellis '68, 1905 Peru St., Needles, Calif 373 

Foss, Philip Theodore, Jr. '68, 

17 Royle Rd., Darien, Conn 140, 281, 373 

Fowler, Winston G. '66, 

Quarters 4120 USAF Academy, Col 179, 237, 333 



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Fox, Philip Alan "68, 

1602 Milburn Ct., Wantagh, L. I., N. Y 303, 373 

Francis, William P. '69, 

131 Lafitle Dr., Waveland, Miss 299, 392 

Fry, William G. '69, 

333 Sycamore Rd., Sewickley, Pa 283, 392 

Furlong, Richard Michael '66, 6 W. Lake Ave., Baltimore, Md. 
Furness, Thomas A., Ill '66, 13 Hillcrest St., Enka, N. C...275, 333 
Furse, William J. '69, 

1324 Manor Dr., Pelham Manor, N. Y 271 

Fyfe, Malcolm D., Jr. '69, 

110 E. Wm. David Pkwy., Metairie, La 392 

Gallop, Marshall Aubrey '67, 

705 N. Road St., Elizabeth City, N. C 360 

Gaw, Donald Stephen '67, 

4326 Lorcom Lane, Arlington, Va 303, 360 

Gilbert, Ronald L. '69, 

167 Hirschfield Dr., WiUiamsville, N. Y 288, 392 

Golembeske, Gerald R. '69, 

54 Lanesville Rd., New Milford, Conn 393 

Gordon, Richard E. '69, 

2702 Riviera St., Washington, D. C 286, 393 

Gottlieb, Paul A. '69, 

43 Quarterturn Rd. W., Levittown, Pa 301, 393 

Gotts, Harvey S. '69, 

11411 Rockbridge Rd., Silver Spring, Md 393 

Gould, Robert W. '67, 

21846 Riveroads, Rocky River, Ohio 207, 276, 360 

Grasso, Donald Joseph '68, 

436 Ridge St., Newark, N. J 293, 374 

Graves, William W., Ill '68, 

300 Kimberly Dr., Greensboro, N. C 288, 374 

Gray, Harry P. '66, 

773 Palmetto St., Spartanburg, S. C 305, 334 

Griffin, Walter Bradney '69. 

155 Bellevue Ave., Rutland, Vt 294, 393 

Griffiths, Kenneth H., Jr. '68, 

269 Glenwood Ave., Leonia, N. J 210, 374 

Grossman. Ethan D. '69, 

7100 Marbury Rd., Bethesda, Md 304, 393 

Gryparis, George '68, 

12 Afroditis St., Pal Faliron, Athens, Greece 179, 374 

Gunn, Thomas Edward '68, 

10820 Lewis Rd., Lynwood, Calif 286, 374 

Haas, Thomas Leonard '67, 

2860 Ridgewood Cr. NW, Atlanta, Ga 271, 361 

Hack, Frederick C, Jr.- '69, Hilton Head Island, S. C 393 

Hall, Charles Anthony '68, Box 215, Windsor, N. C 374 

Harper, John P., Jr. '69, 

1501 Eleanor Ct., Norfolk, Va 393 

Harper, Michael D. '69, 

4712 Tartan Dr., New Orleans, La 393 

Harrington, Thomas E. '66, 

715 Maybank Dr., Hendersonville, N. C 284, 336 

Harris, Henry T. '69, 

369 Byllesby Ave., Meadville, Pa 290, 394 

Hartgen. David T. '66, 

109 Forest Ave., Oruno, Maine 163, 336 

Harvey, James R. '66, 237 S. Uth St., Quakertown, Pa. 
Hattan, John A. "69, 

221 N. Abilene, Vy Center, Kans 286, 394 

Hayes, John McWane '68, 

1610 Lawndale Rd., Elkhart, Ind 295, 374 

Haynes, John Barry '68, 1 Rosebriar St., Durham, N. C. 
Hedgepeth, Herman P., Jr. '69, Box 104, Courtland, Va. 
Helms. Grady Thomas, Jr. '66, 805 W. Franklin St., Monroe, N. C. 
Henney, David K. '68, 6 Euston Rd., N. Merrick, N. Y. 
Henry, Randall A. '67, 

1930 Pembroke Lane, Topeka, Kans 297, 361 

Herbert, Gordon Bruce '68, 

46 Beverly Dr.. Durham, N. C 288, 375 

Heroy, William B. '69, 

23 Forest Terr., West Haven, Conn 394 

High, Harold G. '66, Quarry Lane, 

Valley Forge Mt., Valley Forge, Pa 237, 275, 337 

Highsmith, James L., Jr. '68, 2152 Cloister Dr., Charlotte, N. C. 
Hill, Harry E., Jr. '67, 

ill Berkshire Lane, Virginia Beach, Va 361 

Hill, Lester '66, 

91 Fleetwood Terr., WiUiamsville, N. Y 289, 337 

Hoadley, Richard A. '66, 1411 Newton Rd., Lancaster, Pa. 
Hobbs, Steven E. C. '69, Areys Lane, Orleans, Mass. ..302, 394 
HoUoway, David Michael '68, 

901 SW 19th Ave., Miami, Fla 140, 295, 375 

Homa, Kenneth J. '69, 

131 Woolston Dr., Morrisville, Pa 279 



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Hooks, Alfred James '68, 1000 Crosby St., Savannah, Ga...375 
Howard, James Brown '68, 

106 Pinecrest Rd., Durham, N. C 375 

Howard, William K., Jr. '66, 

106 Pine Crest Rd., Durham, N. C 237, 338 

Hughes, Kenneth Michael '68, 

4 Little Lane, Westport, Conn 295, 375 

Hughes, Roger William '66, 

10 Warwick Rd., Summit, N. J 106, 297, 320, 338 

Hurlburt, John A. '69, 

112 Buchanan Blvd., Durham, N. C 273, 395 

Hysong, James Barton '68, 

Rt. 5, Box 54, Hendersonville, N. C 106, 279, 375 

Ishmael, William Earl '68, 

Brier Hill Motel, Mt Sterling, Ky 375 

Jackson, James R. '69, 

1923 Arrowhead PI. NE, St. Petersburg, Fla 274, 395 

Jenks, Barton P., IV '69, 

4103 Blackthorn St., Chevy Chase, Md 395 

Johnson, Amos N., Jr. '67, Box 158, Garland, N. C...291, 362 
Johnson, Edwin Jethro "68, 

420 Prospect Rd., Springfield, Pa 287 

Johnson, Robert Alan '67, 

1419 Farm Hill Cr., Falls Church, Va 294, 362 

Joki, Erik '68, 60 Short St., Taunton, Mass 375 

Jones, John Michael '68, 

1233 Heather Lane, Charlotte, N. C 270 

Jones, William D. '66, 

711 Glendale Dr., Richmond, Va 106, 267, 270, 339 

Judd, John H.. Jr. '69, 

2110 Golf Club Lane, Nashville, Tenn 277, 395 

Kadaster, Omer I. '66, 

Ziraat Mahallesi, Muvazi Sokak No. 5, Ankara, Turkey 
Kauffman, Sidney L. '67, 

634 Clymer Lane, Ridley Park, Pa 179, 339 

Kelley, John Cissell '68, 

4605 Great Oak Rd., Rockville, Md 281, 376 

Kelly, Edwin R. '69, 1040 Delaware, Shreveport, La 396 

Kemp, James D. '69, Rt. 1, New Oxford, Pa 281, 396 

Kenna, Lee Mountcastle, Jr. '68, 

114 Ashby Ave., Charleston, W. Va 136, 158, 273, 376 

Kennerly, John Charles '67, Box 265, Belmont, N. C 362 

Kennickell, David '68, 3 Warren Dr., Newport News, Va 376 

Kerr, Michael H. '69, 

3153 S. Utica. Tulsa, Okla 291, 396 

Kraas, Robert Alfred '68, 7101 Longwood Dr., Bethesda, Md. 
Krist, Joseph L. '68, 

RFD Box 248, Bruad Brook, Conn 277, 376 

Kyle, Albert Sidney '67, 

3157 N. Pollard St., N. Arlington, Va...l63, 179, 293, 362 

Lane, Bernett N., Jr. '69. 

29 Carol Lane, Sportswood, N. J 286, 396 

Lane, Harold Hooker, Jr. '68, 

3960 Langley Ct. NW, Washington, D. C 376 

Lang, Benjamin Gaines '68, 

1617 NW 10th Ave., Gainesville, Fla 278, 376 

Lapham. Samuel Peyre '68, 4 Green-hill St., Charleston, S. C. 
Lawson, George M., Jr. '68, 

964 Buckingham Cr. NW, Atlanta, Ga 376 

Leach. Charles Howard, Jr. '68, 

173 Middlesex Rd., Darien, Conn 376 

Leavell, William H. '69, 3213 Denise St., Durham, N. C 396 

Ledgerwood, William Jay '68, 

110 E. Tennessee Ave., Oak Ridge, Tenn 286 

Lenz, James E., Jr. '69, 

804 Gerald Lane, Hendersonville, N. C 397 

Long. James R. '69, Rt. 2, Box 166, Bryson City, N. C 397 

Lorch, Robert Knieling '68, 

2561 Inglewood Rd. SW, Roanoke, Va 288 

Lord, Richard Stockton, Jr. '68, 

306 E. Forest Rd., Oak Ridge, Tenn 377 

Luecker, John Howard '67, 

629 Gregory Ave., Wilmette, 111 363 

Luksis, William J. '69, 

216 Commonwealth Ave., W. Mifflin, Pa 106, 271 

Lundy, Gerald V. '69, 

1313 Oakwood Dr., Rocky Mount, N. C 296 

Lunsford, Ernest G., Jr. '69, 

RFD 2. Box 423, Manassas, Va 397 

Lunson, James Eugene, Jr. '68, 

56 N. 34th St., Arlington, Va 377 

Lyons, Henry T., Jr. '66, 

556 Pine Top Dr., Bethlehem, Pa 284, 342 



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MM MacDuff, Robert B. '68, 2733 Dogwood Rd.. Durham, N. C...I36 
IwM MacLeod, Roderick A. '66, 

56 Fruit Hill Dr., Chillicothe, Ohio 272, 342 

Madden, Michael G. '66, 221 Flint Dr., Fairfield, Ala. 
Malmstrom, Richard A., Jr. '66, 

26 Birdseye Glen, Verona, N. J 286, 342 

Manes, Michael Randolph '66, 

437 Argyle Dr., Alexandria, Va 234, 303 

Manola, Frank A. '66, 

1606 Fort Hunt Rd., Alexandria, Va 342 

Markel, John R. '69, 9349 Rivershore Dr., Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
Marlay, Robert C. '69, 

Qtrs. R US Naval Air Sta., Patuxent River, Md 298, 397 

Martin, William T. '69, 

1439 Juliana PI., Alexandria, Va 397 

Matthias, Dennis Howard '68, 

520 N. Shore Rd., Norfolk, Va 377 

Mayo, Alvin Herod, Jr. '68, 

31001 Englewood Rd., Cleveland, Ohio 136, 276 

McClenahan, William L. '66, 

20 Acorn Dr., Hillsborough, Calif 286, 343 

McCrary, William V., Jr. '68, 

5 A Chunns Grove Rd., Asheville, N. C 271, 377 

McCuUers, Linwood A. '66, 

112 E. Maynard Ave., Durham, N. C 343 

McElyea, David Edward '68, Box 504, Sarasota, Fla 377 

McGlothlin, Clifton Lee '68, 

nil Pauline Ave., Charleston. S. C 377 

McJunkin, Howard P., Jr. '67, 

920 Newton Rd., Charleston, W. Va 287 

McLeod, Stephen J. '69, 

Rt. 1, Box 187-A, Hope Mills, N. C 304 

McWilliams, Frederick B. '67, 

201 Hampshire Rd., Akron, Ohio 210, 292, 363 

Meier, George Ernest '68, 113 Pinecrest Rd., Durham, N. C...377 
Mickey, John V. '69, 

3400 Barger Dr., Falls Church, Va 398 

Midura, Roger B. '66, 

410 Tyrone Ave.. Wilmington, Del 292, 343 

Miller, Wayne H. '66, 

4509 N. Dittmar Rd., Arlington, Va 179, 214, 234, 344 

Miller, William E. '69, 

115 Washington Rd., Westminster, Md 297, 384, 398 

Moon, Roy Dunwoody '68, 544 S. Parkway, San Angelo, Tex. 
Moore, Charles N., Jr. '68, 82 Doncaster Rd., Kenmore, N. Y. 
Moore, Robert L. '69, 

921 N. Madison St., Arlington, Va 398 

Moreng, James R. '66, 

527 Bergen Blvd., Ridgefield, N. J 163, 207, 285, 344 

Morgan, Anthony D. '69, 

2216 Cheltenham Blvd., Greensboro, N. C 398 

Morgan, Arthur D. '69, 

510 Latham Dr., Newport News, Va 297, 398 

Morgan, Robert T. '69, 

724 W. Paces Ferry Rd., Atlanta, Ga 302, 398 

Morrison, Michael L. '66, 

104 Gordon Rd., Oak Ridge, Tenn 179, 207, 344 

Motley, Walter R. '69, 

347 N. Bradford St., Dover, Del 399 

Mumford, Herbert W., Ill '67, 

202 Cedar Ave., Gaithersburg, Md 363 

Myers, Eric Robert '68. 

28 Cedar Cliff Dr., Camp Hill, Pa 293, 378 

Myers, Michael H. '69, 

524 W. Maxwell, Lakeland, Fla 161, 297, 399 



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Nay, Richard A. '69, 7520 Jervis St., Springfield, Va 399 

Newlon, Thomas H. '69, 

1824 Highland Oaks Dr., Arcadia, Calif 399 

Newman, Steven R. '69, 

136 31st St. NW, Canton, Ohio 304, 399 

Newton, Joseph Edward '67, 

22 Lockwood Ave., Old Greenwich, Conn 179, 295, 364 

Nield, Thomas VanDoren '67, 

219 Clemmer Ave., Akron, Ohio 293 

Nomina, James J. '69, 

16008 4th St. E., St. Petersburg, Fla 399 

Norwood, Larry R. '66, 

630 NW 40th St., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 197, 207, 277, 345 

Packard, Robert Alan, Jr. '67, 

671 Chester Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C 287 

Padgette, Robert Lewis '68, 

3172 Rockingham Dr. NW, Atlanta, Ga 294, 378 

Page, Janfes F. '66, 

7311 Riverhill Rd., Oxon Hill, Md 345 

Parker, Robert R. '69, 

3 Corona Dr., Bethpage, L. L, N. Y 400 



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Parker, Rodger Brigham '68, 

275 W 63 St., Hialeah, Fla 106, 279 

Parks, Stephen L. '69, 

122 Harper St.. Winston-Salem, N. C 400 

Patton. William Joseph '68, 

608 Decatur Rd., Jacksonville, N. C 379 

Pazuros, Nicholas C, Jr. '66, Box 374, Hobbs, New Mex. 
Penfield. Cameron W. '66, 

1005 Meade Dr.. Greensboro, N. C 346 

Petty, Lee Davis, Jr. '68, 

3310 Monroe St., Columbia, S. C 288, 379 

Phares, Robert Charles '68, 

150 N. Beverly Cr., Oak Ridge, Tenn 379 

Phelan, Robert A. '69. 31 Park Lane, Golf, 111 145, 400 

Pierson, Henry Owens M. '68, 6306 Pinehurst Rd., Baltimore, Md. 
Pifer, James L. '69, 

3817 Somerset Dr., Durham, N. C 291, 400 

Pifer. Ronald J. '66, 

3817 Somerset Dr., Durham, N. C 291, 346 

Pittard, Edwin Albert, Jr. '67, 

1285 Centreville Rd., Manassas, Va 364 

Poe, Donald Bryce '68, 

5314 Danville St.. Springfield, Va 379 

Poleski, David A. '69, 

RED 1, Box 154Y, Holmdel, N. J 145, 400 

Posner, Ronald H. '69, 

10107 Brock Dr., Silver Spring, Md 281, 400 

Powers, Erwin Townsend '67, 

825 W. Main St., Bennettsville, S. C 275, 364 

Powers, Thomas A. '69, 

6133 Chickering Ct., Nashville, Tenn 210, 400 

Pratt, Dennis K. '69, 

3735 Leewood Lane, Jacksonville, Fla 400 

Pribyl, Richard Edward '68, 

80 Mason Dr., Metuchen, N. J 379 

Pringle, Ashmead F., Ill '67, 

32 S. Battery, Charieston, S. C 273, 364 

Pyne, Robin D. G. '66. 

Freeport. Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas 303, 347 

Rairigh. Jonathan W. '69, 

3 Old South Lane, Andover, Mass 294, 4C0 

Raley, Francis A. '69, Rt. 1, Box 298, Sebring, Fla 303, 40C 

Ramsey, Frederic M. '69, 

1025 Great Springs Rd., Rosemont, Pa 145, 273, 400 

Ramsey. Gaylon Eugene '68, 

362 Sherburne Rd., Portsmouth, N. H 379 

Rasnick. William Horton '66, 

104 Hemlock Lane, Tyler Park, Bristol, Tenn. .163, 297, 347 
Raynor, William L. '68, 4044 SW 8th St., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
Reefe. Edward Michael '68, 

456 Alexander Palm Rd., Boca Raton, Fla 276 

Reichelt, James L. '69, 110 Cutler Dr., Syracuse, N. Y 401 

Reichman, James A. '66, 

5812 Osceola Rd.. Highpoint. Md 163, 275, 347 

Repass. Randolph K. '66, 

Green St., Norwell, Mass 210, 347 

Rice, Burton W. '69, 5904 Sedberry, Nashville, Tenn 401 

Ridenhour, Robert B. '66, 602 Edgevale Rd.. Baltimore, Md. 

Riley, James T. '69, 131 Academy Lane, Winchester, Va 401 

Roads, Michael Blaine '68, 

2731 NE 52nd St., Pompano Beach, Fla. 
Robertson. Dan Greer '68, 

1247 Terrace Dr., Salem, Va 301, 380 

Robertson, Jock Dalberto '67, 

411 Westgrove Blvd., Alexandria, Va 275, 365 

Rogers, Charies H. '66. Box 306, Lockhart, Fla 232, 348 

Rogers, Reginald C, Jr. '69, 

303 Hilton Ave., Durham, N. C 277, 401 

Rose, Marvin Bruce, Jr. '67, 

1683 Mt. Vernon Ave., Petersburg, Va 365 

Royall, Richard W. '69, Box 270, Lottsburg, Va 281, 401 

Ruby, Lucien. II '66, Park Ave., Madisonville, Ky...294, 348 
Rupp, Glenn N. '66, 

317 Partridge Run, Mountainside, N. J...163, 271, 320, 349 
Ryder, Timothy White '68, 21 Sunset Dr., Summit, N. J 380 

Sabel, Richard S. '69, 

11315 Frankstown Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa 401 

Sayer, Alan Brooke '68, Rt. 4, Box 575 A., Charleston, S. C. 
Schmid, Ronald F. '68, Thiels Mt Ivy Rd., Pomona, N. Y. 
Schoonover, Gary K. '69, 

4718 Tallahassee Ave., Rockville, Md 293, 401 

Schoudt, Russell Lawrence '68, 

4801 Kenmore Ave., Alexandria, Va 381 

Seymour, William M. '66, 

5712 27th St. NW, Washington, D. C 349 

Shantz, Roger M. '69, Box 5681, Nassau, Bahamas 402 



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Shelton, Charles A. '69, 

1020 26th St., Newport News, Va 402 

Sheron, Brian W. '69, 3 Cobb Court, Huntington, N. Y 402 

Shuford, Thomas W, III '67, 

308 Third Ave. SE, Lenoir, N. C 279 

Sijthoff, Hendrix G. M. "67, 2 Robins Roost, Port Chester, N. Y. 
Sikes, Walter Edwin "67, 2424 Barry St., Charlotte, N. C. 
Silver, Martin D. '66, 

9512 Clement Rd., Silver Spring, Md 304, 350 

Simmons, Vaughan Paul '67, 1140 Vista Trail, Atlanta 24, Ga. 
Size, Timothy K. '69, 

3287 Huntington Pike, Huntingdon Valley, Pa 402 

Slater, Frank M. '67, 1730 Legion Dr.. Winter Park, Fla 350 

Smith, Byron '69, RED 2, Easton, Me 129, 274, 402 

Smith, Jeffrey O. "69, 6001 Lux Lane, Rockville. Md...272, 402 
Smith, Paul D. '69, 1601 Brooklyn Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich.. .402 

Smith, Ralph W. '68, 4632 Fairfax Ave., Dallas, Tex 381 

Smithers, John Early "69, 5344 Taney Ave., Alexandria, Va. 
Snyder, William Gordon '68, 

840 Midland Rd., Dradell, N. J 276, 381 

Spencer, William T. '69, 1508 Paula Dr., Silver Spring. Md...402 

Stanger. Richard M. '69, State Dept., Washington, D. C 403 

Steckmest, Thomas Lee '68, 

66 Beverly Dr.. Rye, N. Y 179, 208, 210, 292. 382 

Stengl, Gary R. '67, Rt. 1, Box 314, Ooltewah, Tenn 366 

Stetler, Peter Miles '68, 

6683 Woodchuck Hill Rd., Fayetteville, N. Y...145, 294, 382 
Stewart, Rodney O. '66, 

1717 Foster Court. Burlington, N. C...106, 110, 297, 352 
Stiles, Christopher S. '66, 

630 27th Ave. N.. St. Petersburg, Fla 140, 237, 283, 352 

Stitt, James Roger '67, 

26603 N. Woodland Rd., Beachwood 24, Ohio 297 

Stokes. Roger William '67, 467 Main St., N. Medway, Mass. ..366 

Stoney, James Richard '68, Box 28, Warrenton, N. C 382 

Styers, Walter W. '69, 

360 Lynn Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C 276, 403 

Summers, Robert Taylor '68, 

1010 E. 8th Ave., Johnson City, Tenn 293, 382 



Tackney, David Talbott '66, 709 Berry St., Falls Church, Va. 
Talbott, Thomas M. '69, 

2719 San Juan Loop, Holloman AFB, N. Mex 280, 403 

Tarkington, Richard E. '69, P. O. Box 388, Four Oaks, N. C...403 
Tate, James K., IV '66, 

416 S. Union St., Bolivar, Tenn 275, 352 

Taylor, Johnny C. '69, 908 Trade St., Tarboro, N. C...286, 403 

Thomas, Larry Walter '67, P. O. Box 355, Beaufort, S. C 366 

Thomas, Paul E. '69, Rt. 5, Box 1041, Charlotte, N. C 403 

Thomas, Richard S. '66, Box 355, Beaufort, S. C 234, 352 

Thomas, William L.. Ill '66, 211 Scott Dr., Fairfax, Va. 
Thompson, Edward C. '66, 1 13 Melbourne Ave., Silver Spring, Md. 
Thorns, Richard W. '69, 

1172 Main St., Niagara, Wis 293, 403 

Tompkins, James L. '69, 76 River St., Montgomery, N. Y 287 



Toth, Barry D. '69, 31 Green St., Mumcy, Pa 403 

Turnbull, Donald Hamilton '68, 

9222 Mintwood St., Silver Spring, Md 382 

WT Urquhart, James B., Ill '66, 

t- 1407 22 St. S., Arlington 2, Va 353 

fr Van Asselt. Robert L., Jr. '69, 
155 White Oak Dr., Lancaster, Pa 277, 404 

Vandewater, William J. '68, 201 Austin Ave., Staunton, Va...382 
Vernon, Ferol B., Jr. '69, 

99 Warden, New Canaan, Conn 275, 404 

Vickers, Ronald, Jr. '68, 6809 Kirk Dr., Ft. Worth 16, Tex.. .383 
Volland, Craig S. '66, 2117 Heritage Dr. NE, Atlanta, Ga...275 



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Walker, Ronald N. '69, 2309 E. Main, Durham, N. C. 
Walker, Samuel A., Ill '66, 

1859 Yorkshire, Birmingham, Mich 353 

Walnes, Jack R. '69, 6706 Doane Ave., Springfield, Va 404 

Watt, Robert M. '69, Fern Lake, Middlesboro, Ky...291, 404 
Webb. William Calvin, Jr. '68, 

9816 Shadydale Lane, Dallas, Tex 383 

Webster, William P. '69, 3646 Highcliff, San Antonio, Tex 404 

Weiss, Charles G. '69, 

4 Lloydhaven Dr., Huntington, L. I., N. Y 287, 404 

Welborn, Harold Craig '68, 

2960 Trousdale Dr., Burlingame, Calif 277 

Wheeler, William Henry '67, 

Limestone College, Gaffney, S. C 367 

White, Charles David '68, 

2217 Island Home Blvd., Knoxville, Tenn 383 

Whitehead, Philip G. '67, 3116 San Jose St., Tampa 9, Fla...291, 367 
Whitted, John T. '69, 

3710 Kirkless Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C 271, 405 

Whitted, Michael C. '69, 601 Potter Rd., Chesapeake, Va 405 

Wiesley, D. Bruce, Jr. '67, 

Amer. Can Co., 100 Park Ave., New York, N. Y..285, 367 
Wilkerson, Jack C, Jr. '68, 

210 Preston Ave., Shreveport, La 293, 383 

Wilkerson, Richard N. '68, 

MDQ 8, M C R D, Parris Island, S. C 383 

Wilkes, Kenneth E. '66. 

3109 Brandon Rd., Huntington, W. Va 163, 354 

Wilkins, Jesse T. '69, 

1438-A East I4th St., Winston-Salem, N. C 405 

Wilkinson, Jerry Coker '67, 

Rt. 2, Louisville, Tenn 268, 283, 354, 367 

Wilkinson, John C. '69, 1317 Duke Dr., Vinton, Va...303, 405 
Williamson, Steven T. '69, 

8 Tower Lane, Old Greenwich, Conn 277, 405 

Withers, Alan William "68, 

928 N. Irving Hts. Dr., Irving, Tex 384 

Witt, Eric V. '69, Rt. 1, Box 142, Manassas, Va 291, 405 



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Wollaeger, David Paul '68, 

565 Orchard Rd., Southern Pines, N. C 301, 384 

Woodard, Thomas M. '69, 

742 Closter Dock Rd., Closter, N. J 129, 277, 405 

Woods, Murray H. '66. 

2119 Leesbury Pike, Falls Church, Va 355 

m^ Young, James Albert '68, 474 Gary Dr., Auburn, Ala.. .283, 384 
nr Zeren, John C. '66, 1102 Hampton Garth, Towson 4, Md 355 



HANES SCHOOL OF NURSING 

Abshire, Nancy Susan '69, 3552 Vigilance Dr., 

Palos Verdes Peninsula, Calif 385 

Adams, Dorothy Ann '66, 

978 Laing St.. St. Albans, W. Va 67, 321 

Agnew, Mary Elizabeth '68, 

1544 Rose Virginia Rd., Wyomissing, Pa 170, 367 

Anderson, Susan C. L. '68, 

2 Malvern Ct., Towson, Md 367 

Avett, Alice Ruth '66, Box 25, Hudson, N. C 93, 322 

Bages, Marcia Lynn '69, 

411 So. 28 Ave., Hollywood, Fla 385 

Balestra. Melanie Leah '66, 

950 Sunset Ave., Waynesboro, Pa 252, 322 

Bartlett, Mary Lee '67, 

900 Nottingham Rd., Baltimore, Md 355 

Bellew, Frances Loring '66, 

144 Sunset Dr., Greenville, S. C 328 

Berg, Barbara Karen '68, 

3108 Woodbury Rd., Shaker Heights, Ohio 367 

Bittner, Beverly Anne '69, 

14 Ferndale Rd., Chatham, N. J 248, 386 

Bevacqua, Donna Gayle '67, 203 Branch Rd., Vienna, Va. 
Billings, Mary Ellen '66, 

Shrubbs Hill Lodge, Lyndherst Honts, England 323 

Blackmore, Alice Cain '69, 

800 N. Stratford Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C 386 

Blakeslee, Carol Lillian '67, 

1002 Argonne Dr., Baltimore, Md 356 

Blanton, Judith Womack '69, 

1509 Rugby Ave., Charlottesville, Va 386 

Blatt, Virginia Elizabeth '67, 

276 Hillside Ave., Chatham, N. J 356 

Blevins. Patricia Elaine '69, 

403 English Rd., Spruce Pine, N. C 170, 386 



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Bloomer, Rebecca Jane '68, 

502 W. York St., Rockville, Ind 169, 260, 366 

Bohnet, Ann Louise '66, 

8 Eagle St., Lyndonville, N. Y 67, 169, 320, 323 

Bowman, Jacquelyn Cutler '68, 

60 Durant Ave., Jamestown, N. Y 169, 255, 366, 368 

Brauch, Catherine Carol '66, 

530 Van Buren St., Ridgewood. N. J 324 

Brooks, Mary Linda '69, 905 Lakeside Dr., Conway, S. C. 
Brown, Edith Lynn '68, 

9613 Alta Vista Terr.. Bethesda, Md 368 

Brown, Rose Virginia '67, 

1037 Augusta St.. W. Columbia, S. C 356 

Brownell, Mary Elizabeth '69, 

6333 Lakewood Dr., Falls Church, Va 386 

Burton, Judith Murdock '67, 

3904 Tazewell Pike, Knoxville, Tenn 265, 356 

Burwell, Henrietta K. '69, 

Navy No. 116 Box 3, FPO New York, N. Y 387 

Butler, Jean Mann '69, 421 Birch Ave., Westfield, N. J 387 

Butt, Barbara Shepherd '67, 

511 W. Moreno St., Pensacola, Fla 245, 356 

Bye, Sara Anne '68, 31 Vilone Rd., Wilmington, Del 368 

Capehart, Gretchen Hall '67, 

600 Overlook Rd., Riverton, N. J 257, 356 

Carnahan, Ellen Denise '68, 

257 Fairmont Ave., Chatham, N. J 368 

Cavalaris, Pamela Anna '66, 

114 Robinson St., Greenville, S. C 326 

Chapman, Kathryn E. '68, 29 Toppa Blvd., Newport, R. 1 368 

Christensen, Signe Ann '66, 33 Wayne Dr., Wilmington, N. C. 
Clark, Patricia Lee '69, 

2152 Rush Rd., Abington, Pa, 387 

Comfort, Beverly Jean '69, 

53 Schraalenburgh Rd., Haworth, N. J. 
Cooley, Larena Mary '68, Truth or Consequences, New Mex..-369 

Cozart, Elizabeth M. '66, 814 Berkeley St., Durham, N. C 327 

Crane, Karen Margaret '68, 

614 Lenox Ave., Westfield, N. J 245, 369 

Crawley, Patricia Lynn '69, 

28 Columbus Ave., Montclair, N. J 388 

Crowell, Ann Leete '67, 420 Ridgeway, St. Joseph, Mich 357 

Custard, Linda Jane '68, 

2628 Jefferson Park Cr., Charlottesville, Va 247 

Dalson, Judie Kay '68. 

1350 Trailwood Path, Birmingham, Mich 249, 369 

Davis, Laurel Rhea '67, 45 Rose Terr., Chatham, N. J 357 

Dayton, Nancy Elizabeth '67, Box 190, Towanda, Pa 357 

Deaton, Andrea Jean '68, 

512 Tarboro St., Rocky Mount, N. C 370 

Deemer, Alexandra Jane '68, 

135 Jefferson St., Brookville, Pa 370 

Deen, Stephanie Louise '68. 

147 E. King St.. Lancaster, Pa 264, 370 



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Denny, Barbara Jean '68, 

391 Emerson Place, Uniondale, N. Y 370 

Dicke, Louise Allerton '69, Plymouth Rd., Gwynedo Valley, Pa. 
Douglas, Margaret Ann '67, 

7315 Delfield St., Chevy Chase, Md 357 

Duckett, Laura Jean '67, 

112 Louisiana Ave., Asheville, N. C 357 

Dunn, Karen Ellen '66, 

Apt. E 1208 Cooper River, Pennauken, N. J. 



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Earle, Mary Elizabeth '67, 

1670 Earlham Dr., Dayton, Ohio 358 

Ehlers, Bonnie Lu '66, 

714 Country Club Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa 329 

Ellis, Peggy Jo "67, 

1205 N. Main St., Greenville, S. C 170, 358 

Engel, Darby Ann '66, Rt. 1, Box 40, Chapin, S. C 330 

Ether, Deborah Jean '68, 

715 Hemlock Rd.. Media, Pa 170, 370 

Evans, Jean Ury Turner '66, 

3005 Lincoln St., Camp Hill, Pa 330 

Farmer, Kathleen Sara '69, 

371 Fairwood Cr., Berea, Ohio 390 

Farmer, Susan Carol '68, 

8600 Chippenham Rd., Richmond, Va 255, 370 

Flagler, Joan Helen '68, 404 Grange Rd., Wayne, Pa 371 

Flintom, Sarah Ann '67, 

621 Candlewood Dr., Greensboro. N. C 170, 358 

Fouke, Judith Lynn '67, 

4351 Overland Trail, Dayton, Ohio 352, 358 

Frias, Claudia '67, 

639 Chesopeian Trail, Virginia Beach, Va 255, 358 

Futrell. Betty Brookes '67, 

1111 Rhode Island Ave., Lynchburg. Va 170, 178, 358 



Gadd, Billie Joanne '69, 1032 Lincoln St., Monongahela, Pa.. .390 
Gallagher, Karen Maureen '69, 

835 W. North St., Carlisle, Pa 169, 260, 384. 390 

Garside, Nancy Jo '67, 

6254 N. Kilpatrick, Chicago, 111 358 

Gelling, Carol '69, 

3103 Lakota Rd., Alexandria, Va 242, 390 

Gerhold, Carol Drunette '68, 

626 Charles St. Ave., Towson, Md 371 

Graham, Robin Elizabeth '67. 

904 Brantford Ave., Silver Spring, Md 358 

Grier. Betsy Jane '68, Box 791, Pinehurst, N. C 372 

Griffeth, Betty Marie '67, 

235 Lowndes Ave., Greenville, S. C 260, 359 

Grimm, Karen Louise "66, 

18 Kilmer Dr., Short Hills, N. J 333 

Gross, Patricia Carin '66, 

785 Watch Hill Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio 67, 333 

Guazzo, Shelby Palmer '69, 

3812 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham, N. C 391 

Gustafson, Mary Lucille '69, 

855 Bruce Ave., Clearwater, Fla 251, 391 

Habbersett, Linda Dian '66, 

143 Valley Rd., Media, Pa 214, 320, 333 

Haggstrom. Jane McClung '69, 

386 Spring Ave., Ridgewood, N. J 391 

Hagist, Susan Lee '67, 

113 A East Main St., Mascoutah, III 261, 359 

Halfman, Marsha Anne '66, 12 Inwood Rd., Chatham, N. J. ..333 
Hall, Suzanne Kay '69, 

822 Great Springs Rd., Rosemont, Pa 391 

Hamilton, Carol Ann '67, 

166 Los Robles, Williamsville, Buffalo. N. Y 359 

Hammar, Sandra Lynn '69, 

16046 Redington Dr., Redington, Fla 391 

Hardin, Brenda Sue '67, 

137 Hillcrest Ave., Lancaster, S. C 169, 354, 359 

Harkrader, Euphemia Bauer '66, 1171 East Broad. Westfield, N. J. 
Harrell, Susan Melvena '69, 

5213 Falmouth Rd., Washington, D. C 255, 392 

Harris, Marjorie Anne '69, 523 Idaho Ave., Charleston, S. C...392 
Hartley, Kristin Anna '68, 921 Lambeth Cr., Durham, N. C...372 
Hayman. Joyce Lee '67, 

1800 16th St. NW, Winterhaven, Fla 250, 359 

Heape, Carol Lynn '69, 

Guyasuta Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa 254, 392 

Heck, Janet Elizabeth '56, 

12 Crowell Place, Valley Stream, N. Y 334 



Helm, Catherine Jo '68, 

124 E. Irvin Ave., Hagerstown, Md 178, 242, 372 

Hemphill. Brenda S. '66, 103 Glenrae Dr., Baltimore, Md 334 

Hendershot, Marsha Lynn '68, 

2407 Lakewood Ave., Lima, Ohio 366, 373 

Henderson, Martha Lillian '68, 

203 N. Harding St., Greenville, N. C 366, 373 

Hendrick, Lucy Elizabeth '69, 

Piedmont Rd., Rutherfordton, N. C 252, 392 

Henry. Elizabeth M. '66, 

525 Sevilla Ave., Coral Gables, Fla 334 

Hess. Margaret Vandyke '69, 

4601 Beechwold Rd., Wilmington, Del. 
Higdon, Wendy Lou '66, 

914 Robin Rd., State College, Pa 252, 335 

Hild. Marilyn Jean '67, 103 Scenery Blvd.. Monessen, Pa 359 

Hoadley, Jean Elizabeth '69, 

1411 Newton Rd., Lancaster, Pa 243, 392 

Hodges, Carol Ann '66, 

Goetlijfstraut 94, The Hague, Netherlands 245, 335 

Howard, Lina Patricia '69, Coharie Dr., Clinton, N. C 393 

Hudson, Annette '68, 6414 Walnut St. SE, Washington, D. C...374 
Hurler, Ellenmarie '67, Main St., East Haddam, Conn. 



Jackson, Janice Claire '66, 

60 Grandview Ave., White Plains, N. Y 336 

Jackson, Judith '66, 2133 Summit St., Durham, N. C. 
Jarrell, Nancy Eileen '69, 

630 Rockbridge, Bluefield, W. Va 393 

Jeffords, Susan Elizabeth '69, 2 Greenway, Roslyn, N. Y 393 



Kandra, Karen Ann '68, 149 S. Euclid. Westfield, N. J. .244, 373 
Karmiol, Donna Jean '69, 

36 Clinton Rd., Garden City, N. Y 243, 394 

Karmiol. Mary Anne '67, 

36 Clinton Rd., Garden City, N. Y 243, 360 

Keane, Lindsay Ann '69, 

2514 Valleyview Dr., Huntingdon, Pa 169, 255, 384, 394 

Kennedy, Eliza Jane '66. 

21249 Colby Rd., Shaker Hgts., Ohio 169, 244, 338 

Kenworthy. Deane '67, 

1422 Walnut St., Dekalb Park, Norristown, Pa 170, 360 

Kimel, Alice Ann '67, 2119 Princeton Ave.. Charlotte, N. C...360 

King. Clare Vickers '68, 4313 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Md 374 

Klise, Elizabeth Wren '68, 

5380 SW 76th St.. Miami, Fla 374 

Knapp, Linda Hedges '69, 534 Lower Lane, Berlin, Conn 394 

Knobe. Noelle Janet '69, 

13698 W. Bonnie Lane. Menomonee Falls, Wis 242, 394 

Knutson, Carole '67, 

Millbrook School For Boys, Millbrook, N. Y...180, 255, 360 

Kohms, Patricia Kay '68, 22 N. 43rd St.. Irvington, N. J 374 

Kunz, Susan Margaret '66, 

6908 Thomas Blvd., Pittsburgh, Pa 169, 242, 338 

Kutsche, Mary Margaret '68, 

13 Berkeley Rd., Avondale Estates, Ga 247, 374 



■" Lamason. Ruthanne '69, 

M^ 292 S. Metape, Bound Brook, N. J 264, 394 

Larson, Maryanne '67, 

5 N. Kilby St., Gloucester, Mass 354, 360 

Lawwill, Patricia Anne '68, 

3737 Fessenden St. NW, Washington, D. C 374 

Leitch, Alae Risse '68, 

1817 Chariine Dr. NE, Atlanta, Ga 253, 374 

Lieb, Margarete Nadine '69, 

107-24 108th St., Richmond Hill, N. Y 395 

Link, Heidi Ann '68, 26 Brook St., Warren, Pa 375 

Lower, Susan Elizabeth '69, 

1116 Highland Park Ave., Aiken, S. C 395 

Luehring, Jan Susan '69. 1228 Faun Rd., Wilmington, Del 395 

Lycan, Virginia H. '69, 1819 Park Ave., Mahtomedi, Minn.. .395 

■ W Macgahan. Susan Whitney '69, 

^"-" 310 Kenwood Ave., Delmar, N. Y 263, 395 

Markel, Marian Kay '67, 421 Larchwood Rd., Springfield, Pa. 

Marshall, Thomasin Lee '67, Rt. 3, Hillsboro, N. C 361 

Matthews, Charlotte Ann '68, 

829 Wilkerson Ave., Durham, N. C 375 

Matthews, Mary Louise '67, 

1311 Lakewood Dr., Greensboro, N. C 361 

Mayes, Judith Carol '66, 

66 Alexander Dr.. Meriden, Conn 341 

McKee, Andrea Lynne '67, 

441 Parkdale Dr., Charleston, S. C 361 



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McQueary, Pamela Kay '69, 

1739 S. National, Springfield, Md 252, 396 

McWilliams, Carol '69, 

5706 Newton Ave. S., St. .Petersburg, Fla 384, 396 

Meeks, Marcia Kay '66, 

114 N. Rolling Rd., Springfield, Pa 341 

Meservey, Kristina '69, 43 Park St., Wollaston, Mass 396 

Meyer, Nancy Irene '69, 

135 Beverly Ave., Massapequa Park, N. "V 170, 396 

Mitchell, Bobby Jean '69, 

1710 Mount Vernon Rd. SW, Roanoke, Va 396 

Mitchell, Carolyn Lee '68, 

442 Mammoth Oaks Dr., Charlotte, N. C 376 

Mizell, Catherine Leah '68, 

2107 SE 21st St., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 376 

Moeller, Marilyn Ann '69, 825 Grassy Hill Rd.. Orange, Conn...396 
Monk, Mary Beth '68, 135 N. Strathcona Dr., York, Pa...251, 376 
Moore, Linda Aderholdt '66, 1232 Bethel Rd., Charlotte. N. C...342 
Moore, Martha Kay '69, 

619 Willowbrook Lane, Winston-Salem, N. C 396 

Moorhead, Besse Douglass '69, RD 2, Gettysburg, Pa 396 

Morrison, Diane Elizabeth '67, 

41 Mayfair Ave.. Floral Park, Fla 170, 254, 361 

Morse, Mary Ellen '69, 932 Scott Blvd., Decatur, Ga...251, 397 
Mount, Zelma Frann '66, 

82 Pearce Ave., Manasquan, N. J 169, 342 

Moye, Christina Anita '69, 

130 Pearl Croft Rd., Cherry Hill, N. J 397 

Murphy, Linda Lee '68, 

River Dr., Box 335, Titusville, Fla 376 

Myslicovan, Lynda Gay '69, 

242 Milltown Rd., E. Brunswick, N. J 397 

Newlin, Ann Elizabeth '68, Rt. 2, Liberty, N. C 376 

Nichols, Betsy Berrier '69. VA Center. Biloxi, Miss 256 

Nolph, Frances Louise "67, 860 Ostrom Ave., Syracuse, N. Y...362 
Norfleet, Mary Abigail F. '69, 

2012 Minor Rd., Charlottesville, Va 263, 397 

Obrien, Jane Ashton "67, 6100 Lansing Dr., Charlotte, N. C. 

Oman, Laura '66, 1704 Clay Ave., Dunmore, Pa 343 

Ozbult, Judy Grace '67, 405 Ravenwood Rd., Walterboro, S. C...362 



Palmer, Carol Lynn '68, 10019 Lorain Ave., Silver Spring, Md...377 
Patterson, Patrice Elain '68, 

3930 Plymouth Rd., Durham. N. C 263, 377 

Patterson, Sharon Kay '66, 

9 Sleepy Hollow Rd., New Canaan, Conn 344 

Peterson, Sally Machen '66, 

3572 Dean Drive Apt. M, Hyattsville, Md 257, 344 

Pfeiffer, Margaret Elyse '68, 

50 Rolling Rd. and Gun Rd., Catonsville, Md 377 

Phyfer, Mary Alexander '66, 

1429 Marion Ct., Geneva, III 67, 170, 344 

Pickard, Susan Jane '69, 108 Gillwood Dr., Anderson, S. C...398 
Plamondon. Paula Bridget '68, 

627 Calle Rinconada, Santa Barbara, Calif 261, 277 

Powell, Deborah Leigh '68, 100 College Ave., Haverford, Pa.. .377 
Prall, Robin Louise '68, 

231 Hamilton Rd., Merion Station, Pa 249, 377 

Price, Christina Louise '68, 

1712 N. Veitch, Arlington, Va 265, 377 

Prideaux, Penelope Ann '66, 

103 Long Pond Rd., Awosting Hewitt, N. J 345 

Puncke, Sally Clarke '69, 948 NW 10 St., Homestead, Fla 398 

Purvis, Elsie Clona '69, 119 N. Main St., Mocksville, N. C. 



Raetz. Stephanie Lynn '69. 73 Tamaques Way, Westfield, N. J. 
Ramsey, Ginger Layne '69, 

Warners Rd., Box 1550, Syracuse, N. Y 398 

Randecker, Carolyn Ann '68, 

1321 Park Glen Rd., Knoxville, Tenn 378 

Ray, Mary Elizabeth '67, 1409 17 Way SW, Birmingham, Ala.. .362 
Reed, Barbara Patterson '68, 

427 Plymouth Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C 378 

Reid, Judith Ann '69, 324 Banbury Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C...399 
Reilly, Susan Jane '67, 67 Transverse Rd., Garden City, N. Y...362 
Reynolds, Rebecca Ruth '69, 

Lalit Kunj Navrangpura, Ahmedabad 9, India 399 

Rice, Sheila Sanford '66, 

18 Bayside Terrace, Riverside, Conn 170, 346 

Richmond, Ann Louise '67, 

3105 Deibel Ct., Louisville, Ky 255, 363 

Rinkema, Marsha Lynn '67, 

333 Spruce Dr., Naperville, 111 255, 363 



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Roberts, Pamela '68, 21 Kenwood Rd., Tenafly, N. J 378 

Robertson, Melissa Kae '69, 

3301 N. Wilson Ave., Tucson, Ariz 399 

Robertson, Victoria Jean '67, 309 Parkway Rd, Biloxi, Miss.. .363 
Robinson, Beth Ann '67, 

Esso Pappas Metropoleos, Athens 118, Greece 354, 363 

Roe, Sheila Jeanette '69, 157 Lambden Ave., Winchester, Va...399 

Rogers, Margaret Ann '69, 43 Bedford Rd., Summit, N. J 399 

Roser, Antoinette C. '66, 2716 31st St. SE, Washington, D. C...346 
Roth, Joanne '68, 10203 McKenney Ave., Silver Spring, Md...378 



Sargent, Pamela '69, 68 Ridgewood Rd., W. Hartford, Conn 399 

Sawyer, Martha Jane '66, 

101 S. Ash St., Elizabeth City, N. C 67, 170, 252, 347 

Schinnerer, Sandra Jean '68, 

5015 River Hill Rd., Washington, D. C 249, 379 

Schmidt, Barbara Lee "66, 

13 Shady Lane, Scarsdale, N. Y 254, 347 

Scott, Susan '67, Lyons Plain Rd., Weston, Conn. 
Seaholm, Elizabeth Anne '66, 

25 Rodney Ave.. Scarsdale, N. Y 100, 320, 347 

Shawger, Helen Martha '67, 23 Highland Dr., Summit, N. J. ..363 

Shenk, Sally Ann '69, 6 Coursen Way, Madison, N. J 249, 400 

Sherrard, Marcia Jeanne '68, 43 Crocus St., Woodbridge, N. J. ..379 
Shields, Kathleen Blaine '69, 

3726 Cardiff Rd., Chevy Chase 15, Md 400 

Shultz, Margaret Susan '69. 

707 Vermont Ave., Glassport, Pa 252, 400 

Singleton, Sandra Louise '68, 

201 Murry Hill Dr., Lancaster, Pa 366, 379 

Sitterley, Jean Elizabeth '66, 

10 W. Langhorne Ave., Bethlehem, Pa. 
Skolny, Mary Ann '69, 1047 Cherry Hill Lane, Webster, N. Y...400 
Smilari. Lauren Kathleen '68, 

8 W. Glen Ave., Ridgewood, N. J 379 

Smith, Linda Brooke "69, 

9703 Grayson Ave., Silver Spring, Md 400 

Smith, Lindi Kay '68, 

7415 Falmouth St., Springfield, Va 256, 379 

Smith, Sandra Luise '67, 

56 Elmore Rd., Rochester, N. Y 249, 364 

Smith, Wendy Jean '68, 

440 Ridgewood Ave. NW, Gainesville, Ga 379 

Snyder, Carol Ann '66, 

62 Lake Rd., Morristown, N. J 169, 170, 349 

Stanley, Bonnie Lee '69, 14 Richford Rd., Kendall Park, N. J. 
Stanley. Sharon Lea '68, 

3 Adams St. NHA, Fort Bragg, N. C 252, 380 

Starn, Cynthia E. '69, 741 Ridgewood Ave., Ridgewood, N. J. .401 
Strong, Marcia Jean '68, 

1523 Gulf Beach Highway, Pensacola, Fla 380 

Stroud, Dixie Janet "67. 4004 Larkspur Lane, Charlotte, N. C. .364 
Suerken. Susan Ann '67, 

98 Mohican Park Ave., Dobbs Ferry. N. Y 364 

Swan, Nancy Kaye '68, 51 Wheatland Dr., Hampton, Va...248, 380 
Sweeney, Patricia '69, 60 Ketcham Ave., Amityville, N. Y 401 



Thornbury, Elizabeth H. '66, 

18 Cornwells Beach Rd., Port Washington, N. Y 350 

Tilton, Grace Louise '67, 1 Lanark Rd., Arlington 74, Mass.. .364 
Turner, Carlan '68, 2833 Stuart Dr., Durham, N. C...255, 380 
Turner, Elaine Ward "66, 

1523 Park Grove Ave., Baltimore 28, Md 351 

Turner, Sandra Jane "66, P. O. Box 7, Carrizozo, N. Mex 351 

Twomey, Judith Anne '67. RD 1, Box 295, Quakertown, Pa. ..364 



Valin, Margaret Suzanne '67, 

1605 SE 9th St., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 255, 364 

Van Nest, Elizabeth Pratt '69 

633 Watchung Rd., Bound Brook, N. J 243, 402 

Van Meter, Ann Jarleth '68, 

86 Stratmore Rd., Manhasset, N. Y 249, 380 

Vincent, Wendy Carolyn '67, 

98 Sunset Ave., Glen Ridge, N. J 364 

Vivian, Sandra '68, 

5829 Nebraska Ave. NW, Washington, D. C 381 

Vose, Martha Dunbar '66, P. O. Box 362, Sanford, Fla 351 



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Wagner, Linda Cherl '69, Annandale, N. J 384, 402 

Walker, Ida Diane '69, 112 Addison Dr., De Witt, N. Y. .384, 402 

Walters, Bonnie Lee '67, 137 Stout Ave., Middlesex, N. J 365 

Ward, Maureen Louise '67, 

Horseshoe Hill, Hockessin, Del 169, 253, 354, 365 

Wardle, Joann '68, 

313 Delaware Ave., McDaniel Crest, Wilmington, Del 381 



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Waring, Mary Randolph '67, 155 Victoria St., Elkin, N. C...365 
Waterfall, Mary Kathleen '67, 

1917 W. Admiral Rd., Stillwater, Okla 180, 365 

Walters, Shirley Jean '69, 

1660 N. Lakeview Dr.. Sebring, Fla 402 

Waugh, Marilyn '68, 329 Cherry Lane, Westbury, N. Y 381 

White, Brinah Marie '69, APO 205 AID, New York, N. Y 403 

Whitenight, Patricia E. '66, 731 Lenape Trail, Westfield, N. J. ..352 
Whitmore, Jean '66, 

130 Country Club Dr., Manhasset, L. I., N. Y 352 

Wiggs, Carol Ann '69, 16 Oakland Ave., W. Caldwell, N. J. .403 
Wilcox, Margaret Lee '68, 

84 Coleman Ave., Chatham, N. J 245, 381 

Williams, Martha Lee '66, 

11752 Taylorcrest, Houston, Tex 320, 353 

Williams, Peggy Ann '68, 

417 Venice St., Falls Church, Va 247, 381 

Willson, Donna Jean '67, 

Rt. I, Box 246 East, N. Augusta, S. C 365 



Wilson. Anne Francine '68, 

410 Glenview Dr., Tallahassee, Fla 381 

Wilson, Helen Waldo '67, 

4010 Parian Ridge Rd. NW, Atlanta 5, Ga 253, 365 

Winkler, Wendy '67, 

173 Forest Ave.. W. Caldwell, N. J 261, 365 

Wishart, Elaine Florence '66, 

502 Whitewood Rd., Union, N. J 170, 197, 245, 353 

Wolfe, Kristen Jane '67, 25 Adriatic Dr., Hampton, Va 365 

Wood, Carol Anne '68, 121 Ashbrook Rd., Cherry Hill, N. J. ..382 
Woods, Jane Mansfield '69, 

61 Fenwick Rd., Fort Monroe, Va 365, 403 



York, Monica Louise '69, 34 Ridgeway Dr., Greenville, S. C...403 
Young, Deborah Laureen '69, 50 Symonds Ave., Collinsville, Conn. 
Young, Susan Gaynelle '66, 

231 Mellwood Dr., Charlotte, N. C 170, 353 




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