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MARYVILLE 




Briltht an' shinin', th' facultie begin a busie day durin' thir retreet. 



Confusion characterizes Freshmen arriva' — Ba'dwin Ha'. 





"Mirror, mirror on th' wa', wha's the 
fairest o' them a'? Snow White!?" 



Reception for parents o' incomin' Freshmen. 



To plan year's work, facultie hauld traditiona' retreet 
at Tapoco Lodge i' Great Smokie Mountains . . . i' a 
settin' o' rest an' tranquilitie, great minds grapple wi' 
monstrous problems . . . back on th' campus, ither 
problems arise — er, arrive — Freshmen . . . greeted by 
Nu Gammas an' Key Men . . . directed to barren 8x10 
cubicles (or at leest tha's hoo they seemed at first) 
. . . new faces, strange names . . . UCCF weilcam fresh- 
men wi' picnic on Pearson's lawn . . . Bill Erwin n com- 
panie entertain wi' the production "Snow White an' 
th' Five Dwarfs'' . . . 





DInin' ha" 



hoot! 



I meen dinin' ROOM! 



. . . Student Council Mixer on the tennis courts .. . "Isna thir onie ither way to get Freshmen ac- 
quainted? Aye, but 'ti.s again' th' rools!" . . . 

. . . auld students return . . . traditional A' Sing (held indoors beca's o' rain) gies em chance 
to look o'er new students ... "I hoop a' theese kids are as dumb as they look!'' . . . changes aroun' 
campus catch attention o' veterans . . . auld paths noo paved . . . new offices i' Anderson . . . ren- 
ovated eatin' quart'rs (chandeliers an' draperiesmade ye wand'r if ye were i' the rikht place!' 



wi' new schedule is it possible to eet six meels a day 



? 



Wha'! Eight hoors between breakfast 



an' lunch?" . . . high intensitie likhts i' chapel . . . na new dairms, thoo ... "I dinna ken th' new 
dairms were undergroond!" . . . tired feet an' sha irt tempers frae lang lines at librarie, personnel 
office, treasurer's office, an' bookstair . . . then — classes! . . . 




"Och, come alang, Dean. Ye meen I HAE to talt Bible?' 




Dean Ruslc rece'in' honorarie degree frae President Copeland. 



Sigs 'n' Thetas entertain at a "fierie" pep rallie. 



. . . Big send-off for footba' feem as they leave 
for Southwestern at Memphis . . . first plane 
trip . . . facultie's turn for tired feet (an' han's) 
at reception o' students . . . Maryville hosts 
eminent United States government official at 
Convocation an' Foond'r's Day, th' Honorable 
Secretarie o' State Dean Rusk . . . inside view 
o' oor commitment i' Viet Nam . . . 



A moament o' high spirit — Honaker Field. 





Oor footba' teem on one o' its less strenuous occasions. 




Highland lad V lassie perform to th' delilht o' th' spectators. 





The Womenfolk — Joyee, Judy, Leni, Barbara, an' Jean. 



. . . Rush Week . . . western Sigs n Thetas 
vie wi' Scottish Chi Betas n Phis for 
pledges . . . various organizations hauld 
initiations — required attendance at break- 
fast — och!! . . . Allen Drury leeds off Lec- 
ture Series wi' informative ta'k aboot his 
personal experiences wi' prominent politi- 
cal figures . . . Student Council sponsors 
anither campus first — th' Womenfolk . . . 
colorfu' foaksingers leev Student Council 
i' th' red . . . tenor Walter Carringer re- 
turns hame to op'n Artist Series . . . Pres- 
byterie Day brings Moderator o' General 
Assemblie, William Phelps_ Thompson, to 
campus . . . discussion groops participated 
i' by students an' members o' th' com- 
munitie . . . 



Moderator Thompson greets Dean McClelland after Vespers on Pres- 
byterie Day. 







Look closer. Glasgow or Maryville? 



"Bushing, I carina get my shov'l oot o' th' groond." "Mebbe 
ye shad talc ye're foot off it." 



Wi' th' addition o' heavie machinerie, the hoal deep'ns. 'n 




"If we donna hurrie up, it wi' be 'Orange, Garnet, FLOP 
Fore'er.' " 




Bird's-e'e view o' th' Hamecomin' Dance. 




The President an' Mrs. Copeland entertain Freshmen at the White 
Hoos — er — Mornin'side. 



. . . Hamecomin' weilcams Alumni . . . tra 
ditional barbecue supper for auld grads . . 
traditional sack suppers for students . . . lang 
awaited groond-breakin' for new dairms held 
at last . . . Scots host Quakers frae Guilford 
on gridiron . . . Sigs V Thetas carrie off top 
prize wi' float "Happiness is Top Dog" . . . 
even concluded wi' dance i' Alumni Gy 
op'nin' o' Lantern . . . weil, 'tis quite an im- 
provement o'er the Sa't Cellar . . . "Th' sa't 
o' th' earth has becam the likht o' th' wairld" 
. . . first annual Facultie-Varsitie basketba' 
game results i' last minute defeat o' facultie, 
82-23 . . . 





Orin's homecomin' i' MOURNING BECOMES ELEKTRA. 




Mister an' Mistress Roberts are honored at halftime o' 
Carson-Newman game. 



. . . campus livened by soonds o' noo combo, "The Great 
Mice")?) — "barefoot freshmen wi' cheeks o' tan . . . hickory, 
dickory, dock!" ... for thoas wi' different taste th' Artist 
Series presents the New York Woodwind Quintet . . . 

. . . Vietnam Week sponsored by Highland Echo . . . 
message to th' President an' th' forces i' Vietnam, paperback 
book drive, an' Student-Facultie Forum a' gie students 
chance to express thir opinions . . . lang-awaited construc- 
tion on dairms begins . . . Playhoos presents Mourning Be- 
comes Elelctra . . . ootstandin' production o' Eugene O'Neill's 
masterpiece . . . 

. . . afternoon footba' game wi' arch-rival Carson-New- 
man ... Dr. Copeland an' his ta'kin' tie start day off wi' 
optimistic tone . . . Mister V Mistress Roberts are honored 
at halftime . . . distribution o' mid-semester grades provides 
traditional shock for noo students . . . "007 — tha's my aver- 
age, nae my code number!" . . . Lecture Series presents dis- 
tinguisht speeker, Ferenc Nagy, former prime minister o' 
Hungary . . . students receeve authoritative views o' present 
Cauld War situation wi' particular emphasis on Eastern 
Europe . . . 



Please, Mister Swenson, I'd rather do it myself. 




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P.D.A.? 



"Poor Joe is deid!" But we do na suspect ye, "Wild Bill" McClelland. 





. . . Sophomore class brings th' musical Oklahoma to cam- 
pus ... by popular demand, movie next year wi' be "on 
New Jersey" . . . first annual Honaker Bowl held on Thanks- 
givin' Day . . . Scots play host to Earlham College Quakers 
. . . tha' nikht Alumni Gym becomes scene o' customarie 
Barnwarmin' . . . organization-sponsored booths gie students 
chance to test thir skills . . . talent show hikhlikhted by 
facultie skit set to familiar toons frae Oklahoma! . . . 
"schoolgirl" quintet singin' "I Canna Say No" ... Dr. Cope- 
land as feeture attraction i' "Poor Joe Is Deid" . . . i' spite 
o' stalwart competition, Lynn Duke wins talent show ... Dr. 
Harter's movie roonds oot evenin' hilariouslie . . . festivities 
reigned o'er by Barnwarmin' Queen Mary Simpson an King 
John Mulholland . . . proceeds to go to Crossroads-Feroze- 
pore Project . . . 



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. . . Fine Arts Department presents Mistress Schoen 
i' first facultie recital o' th' year ... Fa' Formal 
sponsored by Kappa Phi an' Chi Beta . . . "Winter 
on th' Hill" i' snowcapt Pearsons Hall Dinin' Room 
. . . men's intramural flagba' seeson hikhlikhted by 
annual Stin kin ' Shoo game . . . Kappa Phi defeets 
Alpha Sig, 35-28 . . . basketba' an' wrestlin' get 
into fu' swing . . . wrestlers manage to become first 
victorious varsitie athletes o' th' year . . . Wee 
Chapel gien noo coat o' paint — orange — to enhance 
meditation . . . Women's an' Men's Choirs present 
Fa' Concert . . . 




Makin' guid use o' th' new Warburg Apparatus. 



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Sculptors get "potted" i' FAC basement. 





Lantern reflects spirit o' 
Christmas readin's. 




Madrigal Singers on special Christmas television proagran 





Dean Massey blazes trail throo disaster 
area. 



Home o' th' Scots covered by one o' deepest snows on record. 



'Twas th' nilcht before Christmas, an' a' throo Lloyd ha", Th' 
lassies i' thir nilthtgoons were having' a ba". 




. . . Christmas Vespers held i' chapel — service consis+in' o' 
music by choirs an' reedin's by representatives o' various 
areas o' campus life . . . Junior 'n' Senior classes sponsor 
Christmas partie . . . Thirtie-third annual presentation o' 
Messiah sung by 250-voice chorus . . . holiday spirit in- 
tensified wi Christmas reedin's i Lantern, fallowt by cam- 
pus-wide carolin' . . . decorations appeer i' various places — 
dairms, Anderson Ha' offices, librarie, an' even chapel court- 
yard . . . Student Council decorates dogwood tree wi' 
Christmas likhts . . . finallie, lang-awaited Christmas vaca- 
tion — two weeks o' freedom an' rest, or Independent Studies, 
as th' case may be . . . 




Whan th' Scots are awa, th' Porlcies wi' play. 





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CAMPAIGN 



V 1000 



"Double, double, toil an* trouble" 
comes to a fierie end. 



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Project Goal $3000? 500 



1500 



2000 ' 






250Q „. 




$700 doon; $2,300 to gae! 



... a' too soon, classes resoom . . . Junior Class pre- 
sents double feature, The Mouse That Roared an' 
Zotz . . . societies hold elections an' installations o' 
second semester officers . . . fatal week o' semester 
finals subjects students to limits o' thir endurance . . . 
"I stayed up a' nikht studyin', then slept throo my 
exam!" . . . Student Council charters buses to concert 
gien by Peter, Paul V Mary at Knoxville Coliseum . . . 
first semester ends an' weil-deserved break begins . . . 

. . . second semester begins wi' appeerance o' some 
noo faces an' absence o' monie auld faces . . . Dr. Bloy 
presents facultie recital wi' music o' Bach . . . Lecture 
Series hosts distinguisht Maryville alumnus, John R. 
Stockton . . . "Th' American Economie i' th' Mid-Six- 
ties" . . . winter band concert competes wi' wrestlin' 
match, as usual . . . 

. . . Fred Hope Fund initiates "Crocsroads-Ferozepore 
Project" an' aims hikh . . . subzero weather an' heavie 
snow invade campus . . . conditions worsen an' students 
wha do na slip on ice, slide on gravel . . . 



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Taen advantage o' "Little" advice. 




Februarie Meetin's leeders create informal atmosphere at 
nikhtlie discussions. 



... Dr. Ganse Little leeds ninetieth annual Febru- 
arie Meetin's . . . "as Archimedes, or Carlyle — or 
somebodie once said ..."... background o' ab- 
stract art lends appropriate atmosphere to mes- 
sages o' "A Faith For A' Seesons" . . . reconcilia- 
tion becomes a key word . . . "to quote a nurserie 
rhyme ... to use a 75$ word . . . parentheticallie 
speakin' "... an', o' course, "Lady, do ye na know 
whan to stop?" . . . panel discussions leed to search- 
in' questions aboot th' church an' th ' college, amang 
ither things . . . effective communion service con- 
cludes nikhtlie meetin's . . . 

. . . Salzburg Marionette Theatre delikhts yang 
at heart wi' matinee o' Dean McClelland's "Nut- 
quacker Suite" an' evenin' performance o' Mozart's 
"Th' Magic Flute" . . . Nu Gamma leeders weil- 
come new coeds wi' annual fashion show . . . western 
fans weilcome Senior class movie High Noon . . . 
lassies treet lads at Jean's Drag . . . 



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'Hoo do ye solve a problem lilte Maria?" 



. . . weeks o' combined efforts o' Playhoos, orchestra, 
an' communitie culminate i' massive production o' Th' 
Sound o' Music . . . numerous sets, colorful authentic 
costumes, popular melodies, Presbyterian nuns(?) . . . 
o'erwhelmin' demand ca's for repeet performances . . . 

. . . violinist Mister McKaskell strings alang wi' tradi- 
tion as he gies his first facultie recital . . . Spring Vaca- 
tion: students forced frae campus . . . 

. . . Facultie recital series combines presentation o' 
music 'n' art by Mister Bonham an' Miss Mueller . . . 
audience impressed by performance o' yang Japanese 
cellist, Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi i' final proagram o' Artist Se- 
ries . . . traditional Easter Sunrise Service heilt i' am- 
phitheater . . . Freshman class brings suspense thriller 
Charade to campus . . . varietie marks Glee Club 
spring concert . . . "Weil, wha di' ye expect?" . . . 

. . . UCCF goes on coeducational o'ernikht hike . . . 
classes hauld picnics . . . marked increase i' sunburns 
. . . campus i'vaded by hundreds o' hikh school groops 
congregatin' for East Tennessee Choral Festival . . . 
seniors subjected to inevitable comps . . . "My whale 
college career was shattered i' one afternoon!" . . . Col- 
lege-Communitie Orchestra entertains wi' annual con- 
cert . . . plans are made for upcomin' year on UCCF 
retreet . . . 

. . . Sigs V Thetas create exotic atmosphere wi' 

Spring Formal, "Paradise Isle" . . . election time brings 

transformation o' campus . . . buttons, banners, posters, 

;peeches, absurd promises, factions . . . Playhoos con- 

seeson wi' comedie, Androcles an' th 1 Lion . . . 

r Roberts directs band i' spring concert ... as 

thoughts turn toward summer excitement, finals 

force reca' o' winter facts . . . 




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At Maryville College "proagress is oor most important product." 



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. . . Alumni Day: past acquaintances renewed, 
college escapades retauld as graduates return 
for traditional gatherin' . . . four years' efforts 
culminate as seniors talc part i' Baccalaureate 
an' Commencement exercises . . . gowns, di- 
plomas, Daisie Chain, proud parents, cameras, 
an' mixed emotions mark realization o' some 
goals an' expectation o' ithers. 




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Dr. Edwin R 



DEDICATIO 



As we continue oor jaunt, we pause to saloot one wha began his own Highland journey i' 1911 ... returned 
as a guide i' 1918 ... an' for a'most half a centurie has led, wi' keen e'e 'n' sure step, noo parties o' ex- 
plorers . . . 

Thoas wha hae traveled i' his companie can ne'er forget his frequent pauses to delikht i' unexpected glimp- 
ses o' trooth: 

The fact of personality amazes me 
in each bird at my door . . . 

his enthusiastic recallin' o' th' glories o' th' past: 

"Lo, sixteen hundred is the magic hour! 

Geoffrey and Will surpass the rest!" I've cried . . . 

his concern o'er th' roughness o' th' present path: 

Yet in this closing year, 
Fulfilled with doubt and fear, 
We grope and cry . . . 

his habit o' raisin' his een to distant horizons: 

Thanks be to Thee, oh God; our eyes have seen 
Thy Salvation! 

To show oor appreciation for his leedership an' to recognize his lang an' distinguisht service to Maryville 
College, we want to dedicate this annual to Dr. Edwin R. Hunter wha, as dean o' curriculum, had th' vision 
to mak Maryville amang th' first colleges to adopt comprehensives an' independent^ studie for a' students; 
wha, as poet an' scholar, has made a significant contribution to literature throo This Man's Art an' Shaks- 
pore and Common Sense; an' who, as teecher, has combined his deep faith, his wit, an' his wisdom to mak 
th' classroom experience relevant to contemporarie life. 



147th YEAR 



1966 CHILHOWEA 



"Wherever I wander, wherever I rove. 
The hills of the Highlands for ever I love." 

Robert Burns 




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The President 



Joseph J. Copeland . . . oor chiefiest 
chieftain . . . apart frae th' student body 
i' position, yet an integral part o' them, 
too . . . a'ways gie'in' encouragement to 
th' aspirin' athlete or scholar ... a pro- 
moter o' student-facultie rapport ... his 
orange n' garnet tie this year reveelt th' 
wonder o' wonders — it talks . . . Wi' he 
attempt anither hop via pogo stick across 
th' fish pond this spring? . . . Barnwarmin' 
brikht'ned by "Poor Joe is Dead" (a can- 
dle likhts his head) . . . an' "Noo abideth 
Drury, Johnson, God, Freshmen an' Th' 
Womenfoak: but th' funniest o' these are 
th' Women, foak." 



Guidman an' guidwife o' Morningside. 




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Dean o' th' College 



Frank Deloss McClelland 



A man o' manie talents . . . active i' Red Cross, teacher o' adults at 
Home Avenue, former leed'r o' th' Boy Scouts, active on th' Blount 
County Recreation Council, an active Kiwanian, Secretarie-Treasurer o' 
th' Tennessee College Association . . . Dean o' th' College ... a strong 
concern for th' students' academic, religious, social an' physica' develop- 
ment . . . kncwn to goa swimmin' at six o'clock o' th' morn ... a luvlie 
wee granddaughter — wha's proud? . . . "Th' leed'r o' oor chapel service 
the morn is" . . . "after th' last supp'r" . . . "dinin' room, no' dinin' ha'." 




Pamela Karin: "Isn't Granddaddy fun?" 




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Dean o' Women 



Edith Frances Massey 



A wai+in' room an' a secretarie 



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ye hae chaperones?" . . . flies an' drives to 
far-off places to recroot students . . . an- 
swers th' telephone constantlie . . . helps 
mak plans for th' new dorms . . . assigns 
freshmen roommates . . . luvs yellow . . . I'm 
just a lass wha canna say nae" . . . enter- 
tains guests galore . . . likes to reed . . . 
sends postcards frae Scandinavian coun- 
tries . . . hoosmither o' Willard Hoos . . . 
circle meetin's . . . activities calendar . . . 
counsels whan th' goin gets rough . . . 
settles disputes . . . answers questions . . . 
a'ways thir whan we need her. 





Dean o' Students 

Tom Fuhr 



Makin' debut as Maryvilles Dean o Stu- 
dents . . . fresh frae same post at West- 
minster College, Salt Lake City, Utah . . . 
pictured here i' front o' his favorite paintin' 
— characteristic abstract? — excellent con- 
versation piece whan entertainin' students 
— just try to title it! . . . "an incurable 
schizophrenic" ... a clergyman-magician 
. . . quite an adept amateur photographer 
. . . th' unforgettable musica' chapel pro- 
agram . . . "An' noo, Dr. Bloy wi' illustrate 
the flute-like tone o oor versatile organ 
... a dedicated advisor an' co-ordinator 
o' student affairs. 




Chairman o' the Board 



Joe Caldwell Gamble 



Chaplain 



Edward Fay Campbell 



Tha' hat! . . . private office . . . private secretarie 
. . . substitute chapel annooncer . . . teeches Sunday 
School at New Providence . . . wee Hoos i' th' 
Woods ..." 'Twad seem to me" . . . frequent trips 
to Cades Cove . . . uncataloqued librarie . . . 
"thees anooncements are na' i' ony special order" 
. . . takes earlie mornin' wa'ks . . . organizes Febru- 
ary meetin's . . . chapel proagrams . . vespers . . . 
listens . . . understands . . . helps ... a part o' 
Maryville tha' we luv. 



Man o' multiple responsibilities . . . member o' 
the Board for twenty-six year . . . chairman o' the 
Board for twal year . . . also Chairman o' Board o 
Directors at Bank o' Maryville an' Blount Memorial 
Hospital . . . practices law i' "spare time" . . . 
lang-time persona' interest i' Maryville College . . . 
graduate o' Class o' 1926 . . . captain o' the footba' 
teem . . . Man o' the Year as a senior . . . special 
interest i' farmin' . . . raisin' black angus cattle an' 
red-headed son . . . "May I borrow the car to- 
nikht, Doug?" . . . donator o' cabin on Loudon 
Loch for Student Council retreet. 




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Viola Light-foot, Registrar; Daniel Frank Layman, Treasurer; Mary Miles, Director o' Student-Help. 



Administrators 



Seated: Imogene Atkins, Administrative Assistant to th' Director o' Admissions. Standing: Raymond Irving Brahams, Jr.. 
Director o' Development; Duncan Campbell Bennett, Director o' Information Services; William Harold Laster, Admissions 

Counselor; William F. Taylor, Jr., Director o' Admissions. 




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Mr. Arthur S. Bushing, Mrs. Nancy N. Navratll, Editorial Supervisor o' Independent Study; Mrs. Ruth F. Webb, Dr. Carolyn L. Blair, Dr. 
Elizabeth H. Jackson, Chairman, Department o' Enqlish; Dr. Edwin R. H unter, Mrs. Herma R. Cate, Miss Jessie K. Johnson, Mr. David G. Hoch. 

English an' Foreign Languages 



Changes take place — offices added . . . new face on staff, 
Mrs. J. H. Cate frae Maryville High . . . experimental 
creative writin' groops assisted by Dr. Blair . . . addition 
o ae literarie magazine to th' campus? . . . Dr. Jackson's 
beads break i' 17th Centurie Literature class — "If ye sit on 
them they mikht hatch!" ... "a rikht taut domestic situa- 
tion" . . . seminar on Hawthorne 'n' Melville incorporated 
into Independent Studies' Proagram . . . freshmen learnin' 
hoo to write . . . sophomores learnin' hoo to reed . . . upper 
c'assmen learnin' th' impairtance o' reedin' V writin'! 



"Bonjour, classe!" . . . "En bien, au revoir!" . . . 
an eilevation takes place i' language lab — second 
floor Anderson to third floor . . . Mister Dees, new 
German teecher, fi's gap left by Miss Birkelbach's 
move to Germany . . . French major Ruth Bates 
spends junior year i' Switzerland . . . Lois Huffines, 
junior German major studies i' Germany . . . "Con- 
tinenta' Nikht": proagram. on European customs 
gien i' Lantern . . . various classes sing Christmas 
carols i' French, German V Spanish . . . "We maun 
speed ahead!" . . . ' Tha' canna be oor beil!" . . . 
use o' records i' class . . . French foreign pen pals 
. . . Greek footba' cheers . . . "We want a Tau 
Delta!" 




Seated: Miss Kathryn W. Mar- 
tin, French and Spanish; Miss 
M. Catharine Wilkinson, 
Chairman, Department of For- 
eiqn lanquages. French; Rich- 
ard V. Fridenbergs, French, 
German. Russian. Standing: 
Roy E. Lindahl, Classical Lan- 
guages: James H. Schwam, 
Spanish; Arthur F. Dees. Ger- 
man: Austin P. Cooley, 
French. 



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Dr. Rollin McKeehan, Chairman, 
Mrs. Thelma H. Kramer. 



Department o' Education; 



Mary L. Borkhuis. Dr. Jerry E. Waters, Chairman, Department o' Psychologic 



Psychologie an' Education 



A separate department . . . new chairman: Dr. McKeehan 
f-ae Knoxville . . . relocated office on second floor Thaw 
. . . new equipment — overhead projector, typewriter . . . 
observers i' local schools . . . teechers' aids or substitutes? 
. . . brainstairmin' . . . gradin' papers . . . actuallie tryin' to 
teech . . . study ha's . . . workshop wi' local secondarie 
teechers the summer . . . "th' objectives o' this course are 
..."... creativitie . . . round table discussions. 

New face: Miss Borkhuis frae South Dakota . . . new equip- 
ment . . . runnin' professors . . . bi-weeklie seminars . . . 
research on fish . . memorizin' nonsense syllables . . . nae 
mair 201 lab repairts! . . . experimentallie-oriented Inde- 



pendent Studies . . . "the ca'culator's wrang!" . . . "for 
example, the social behavior o' a Rhesus monkey" . . . 
ego-deflatin' personalitie tests. 

Increasin' number o' female P. E. majors ... a hot swim- 
min' pool . . . improved course: kinesiology ... a' I had 
were red knee socks . . . work i' area schools . . . "My 
wrasslers are goin' to win th' SEC tournament this year an' 
I'm goin' to retire" . . . Hoot! today's bloo, na broon . . . 
black e'e frae tumblin' . . . bloo jumpers . . . class tourna- 
ments . . . "May I mak an appintment wi' ye?" ... a paper 
on defensive footba? 



Health 
an' 

Physical 
Education 



Mrs. Edith M. Larqen, Mr. Lauren F. Kardatzke. Mr. John A. 
Davis, Mr. Howard J. Tomlinson, Mr. Boydson H. Baird 
Chairman, Department of Physical Education; Mrs. Carmian 
F. Davis. 




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Seated: Mr. Robert J. Bonham, Music: Mrs. Sallie W. Schoen, Music; Dr. Harry H. Harter, Chairman. Department o' Fine Arts: Miss Barbara A. Muel- 
ler, Art; Dr. James A. Bloy. Music. Standing: Mr. Robert W. McKaskell, Music; Mr. John A. Roberts, Music; Mr. Thomas E. Jones, Theater an' Speech; 
Mr. William H. Swenson, Art; Mr. Lou S. Mize, Music: Mr. Victor R. Schoen, Music. 




Fine Arts 



Mr. Jones directin' a rehearsal o' "Mourning Becomes Elelrtra.' 



New feces: Mister Bonham, pianist frae India, an' Mister 
McKaskell, concert-master frae Montreal, Canada . . . 
annual play series — a drama, a musical, a comedie . . . hae 
ye been atop o' th' theatre?" . . . thirty-third presentation 
o' Messiah . . . Christmas Vespers . . . concerts gien by 
Men's Choir an' Women's Choir . . . facultie an' student 
recitals . . . "this piano is oot o' toon" ... "I played a 
rikht noat!" . . . National Association o' Schools o' Music 
since 1942 . . . lanq hoors o' practice . . . "just one mair 
time" . . . collages made frae leaves an' dirt . . . artistic chess 
sets . . . openin' nikhts ... art shawin's . . . th' practice 
rooms are foo" . . . "me — conduct the band?" . . . "Prompt- 
ness is a virtue — an' a must!" . . . "Let us commence to be- 
gin" . . . repertoire again — "Och, ye dinna teil me I hae to 
sing twa numbers" ... "I sing it vera well; an' my accom- 
panist plays it vera weil — but we canna do it thegither!" 



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Mr. A. Thomas Horst, Chairman, Department o' Bible, Philosophie, an' Religion; Mrs. Grace P. McArthur, Christian Education; Mrs. Margaret M. 
Cummings, Bible an' Christian Education; Dr. James P. Griffin, Philosophie an' Religion; Dr. Esther C. Swenson, Philosophie an' Christian Education. 



Bible, Philosophie, an' Religion 



"Paul is na tha' funnie, is he?" 




Sevra' rooms are moved ... a' classes 
conducted on third floor o' Anderson . . . 
addition o' Philosophie o' Education course 
— i' connection wi' curriculum change i' 
Education Department . . . "Weil, 'tis as 
this: Einstein was wrang!" . . . Dr. Griffin 
gies doctorate . . . next? . . . "Let us pray" 
. . . East Tennessee Biblica' Colloquim 
Programs: Liturgical music lecture durin' 
winter an' religious play i' spring . . . either 
Plato or Dr. Griffin ance said . . . Mrs. 
Cummings helps J. D. Davis on recrootin' 
campaign for wrestlers . . . "Let us pause 
for a moment an' reflect on this." 



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Mr. Robert C. Ramger, Dr. Arthur R. Shields, Chairman, Department o' Bioloqy; Dr. James 
B. Lytle. 




Mr. George D. Howell, Dr. David P. Young, Dr. Fred A. Griffitts, Chairman, Department 
o' Chemistry. 

Seated: Mr. Marion B. Tolar, Chairman, Department o' Mathematics. Standing: Mr. Wil- 
liam H. Dent, Mr. Thomas I. Hicks, Dr. Stanmore B. Townes. 




Chemistrie, 

Mathematics, 
an' Physics 



Cuttin' up live frogs — och! ... if ye 
sleep thro' the mass lectures, ye can hear 
it again by tape recairdin' ... a large, 
comfie executive chair . . . research . . . 
botanists' delight — the Warburg Appara- 
tus purchast by a National Science Foun- 
dation Grant . . . "snakes eat rats?" . . . 
weeklie seminars wi' refreshments . . . 
"maun biologists take chemistrie?" . . . 
student-presented papers . . . mushroom 
slides . . . muddie field trips an' pockets 
stuffed wi' specimens ... a joke a lecture 
... a planaria wi' four heads . . . "hae 
onything for th' autoclave?" . . . honor 
organization — Beta Beta Beta ... a base- 
ment foo' o' mice ... a loaded bulletin 
board . . . "Why doesna grass graw und'r 
tha' tree?" 

Brand-new chemistrie readin' cairner . . . 
a student chemistrie chapter kin to th' 
American Chemical Society . . . smell o' 
rotten eggs . . . continuin' since 1963, or- 
ganaphorous research . . . student partici- 
pation durin' summer . . . visitin' lecturers 
. . . student prepared proagrams . . . 
graduate-work recrooters . . . standard 
taper equipment $1200! . . . Are ye sure 
ye used the rikht chemicals? . . . fire ex- 
tinguisher's on th' wa' . . . impossible un- 
knoans . . . state meetins' i' th' ootside 
world . . . infrared spectrometer . . . period- 
ic chart o' elephants? . . . experimental 
course i' spectroscophy ... we need a 
dishwasher . . . white lab coats an' plastic 
aprons. 

Three pages for one problem? . . . 
Mister Tolar's revisin' high school curric- 
ulum for East Tennessee . . . teecher- 
student research on lasers . . . twa future 
doctorates . . . new face: Dr. Townes, 
visitin' lecturer frae Universitie o' Hawaii 
. . . perfect lab reports? . . . computer 
courses at U.T. . . . anither quiz? ... a 
trip frae here to Knoxville wi' a coffee 
break . . . high school math contest here 
. . . frictionless toys . . . area math meet- 
ins' complete wi' dinner . . . twa new math 
offices i' the auld hame economics depart- 
ment . . . lots an' lots o' problems . . . 
guid pencil sharpeners . . . "Wha' was 
your percentage error?" 



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Required: 101 V 102 Historie . . . "Och, 
wha' meen ye — G hoor?" . . . Woodrow 
Wilson Foundation Fellowship for three 
year . . . "by th' by" . . . journa' articles 
due Friday . . . Couldna we passiblie affard 
new maps? . . . visitin' lecturer Hoffman, 
retired chairman o' department o' historie 
frae U.T. . . . "1000 pages? are ye foolin'? 
. . . Aye — an' 1200 for English Historie" 
. . . "ye're text authors say" . . . Walker 
'n' Lightfoot float doon th' Nile — summer 
— 1965 ... an' then thir are thoas book 
reparts . . . "add this to your bibliogra- 
phic" . . . Walker uses free time to teech 
anither class — Historie o' Education . . . 
"Mebbe ye werna high enow to see th' 
comet." 




Seated: Mrs. Sarah E. McNiell, Dr. Arda S. Walker, Chairman, Department o' Histori< 
Standing: Mr. Russell D. Parker, Mr. Wallace L. Lewis, Dr. J. Wesley Hoffman. 



Historie, Economics, Bus. Administration, 
Political Science, c 



Nagy speeks to Polie Sci class . . . Ains- 
worth — doctorate i' th' air . . . "so be it" 
. . . Hileman an' Ainsworth — Traffic cops 
i' th' chapel balconie . . . 

. . . "As Samuelson says" . . . nikht 
classes i' business law . . . "wha's kid is 
tha' i' th' ha'?" . . . "Hoo monie lasses i' 
tha' Economics class?" . . . new student 
seminars . . . "Wad samebodie PLEASE 
answer tha' phone?" . . . 
. . . mair Sociologie majors than e'er 
gang into social work . . . guess social 
problems are on the rise . . . "Wha'? A 
campus-wide survey on sex?" . . . "I'm a 
kook" . . . "Sorrie, Schuler for I960 is 
checkt oot" . . . Sociologie Three-O-Sex — 
th' most popular course on campus . . . 
"fore'er an' e'er, wairl' wi' oot end — 
Amen." 



Seated: Dr. Esther C. Swenson, Sociology. Standing: Mr. Arthur D. Ainsworth, Chairman, 
Department o' Political Science; Mr. Audley E. Hileman, Chairman. Department o' Eco- 
nomics an' Business Administration; Dr. Ralph T. Case, Chairman. Department o' Sociology. 
Not Pictured: Dr. Robert N. Navratil, Business Administration. 



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First Row: MRS. PATIENCE WYMAN, Secretarie, Fine Arts Center; 
MISS MARY WELSH, Assistant " th' Student-Help Office. Second Row: 
MRS. MARGARET MILLER. Assistant i' th' Registrar's Office; MRS. 
MARCIA ELLIS, Secretarie to th' Chaplain. 



MISS JANE HUDDLESTON, Secretarie to 
MISS VICTORIA SAMBURG, Assistant to 
Women; MRS. LYNNE McNAIR, Assistant 
tice: MRS. MARY FUGATE. Receptionist i 
ELIZABETH WELSH, Assistant i' th' Alun 



th' Dean o' th' College; 
th' Dean o' Students an' 
i' th' Public Relations Of- 
th' Central Office; MISS 
ni Office; MRS. JANICE 



ROBERTS. Secretarie to th' 
WATSON, Secretarie to th' 



Director o 
President. 



Development; MRS. LOWREY 



Staff 





MRS. JANETTE GAMBLE. Housekeeper; MR. 
THOMAS HUTSELL, Engineer. Seated: MRS. ANN 
KENNEDY. 



MR FRED BLEVINS- MR. HUGH CRAWFORD, Assistant Business Manager, Assistant i' th' 
Treasurer's Office; MISS TATRICIA HILL; MRS. BETTY EGGERS Seated: MRS. EVA VINE- 
YARD. 




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Housemothers: MRS. BEATRICE SPEARS, Head o' Baldwin Hall: MRS. PEARL 
CATHEY, Head o' Pearsons Hall: MRS. ROWENA ROBINSON, Head o' Mar- 
garet Bell Lloyd Residence: MRS. JANICE ROBERTS. Housemother o' Crawford 
House: MRS. LUCY WITHERSPOON, Housemother o' Taylor House: MRS. LOU 
ELLA EPTING, Assistant i' Baldwin Hall. 




MRS. ALYNE HARRISON Housemother o' Memorial 

Hall: MRS. JULIA JONES, Housemother o' Carnegie 

Hall: MR. LEE CRIPPEN, Supervisor o' Men's Resi- 
dences. 



MISS THELMA HALL. Nurse: MRS. MARGARET HEN- 
NEMUTH, Manager o' College Stores: MRS. MARY 
BUCHANAN. Head o' th' Student Center: MRS. FLOR- 
ENCE HARTER Hostess i' th' Dining Room: MISS 
MARGARET WARE, Manager o' th' Dining Room. 



Librarians, Seated: MISS JOSEPHINE DUNLAP: MRS. IRMA MIZER. 
Assistant Librarian: MISS VIRGINIA TURRENTINE, Head Librarian. 
Standing: MRS. LYNN ANN BEST, MRS. ALICE CRIPPEN. MISS 
SANDRA STEVENS. Secretarie to th' Head Librarian: MRS. DOROTHY 
CRAWFORD. 




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First Row: J. Mulholland, A. Little, T. Amen, C. Riqell, D. Harris. Second Row: M. McConeqhy, L. Crawford, K, Hitchens, M. Ayers, O. Williams, J. 
Blancherd, A, CroDper, H. Seitz, B. Brown, H. McCampbell. J. Jett, H. Porter. Third Row: N, Ryan, D. Alexander, R. Reed. S. Messenger, T. Ellis, 
R. Ries, D. Gamble, R. Tarwater, D. Hutchison, F. Eggers. 



Student Council 



Fresh ideas . . . Th' Womenfolk . . . new academic committee 
headed by John Mulholland . . . emphasis on academics an' 
constructive projects . . . Viet Nam forum ... a retreet wi' 
better participation . . . th' inevitable red tape . . . Wha' aboot 
fire alarm systems for Carnegie 'n Pearsons?" . . . "Is th' town 



Hugh McCampbell, President; Betty Brown, Secretary: Hank 
Seitz, Vice-President. 



student delegation present?' 
dining ROOM come frae?" . . 
Sunday night 'til one A.M.?" . . . 
"Piano preludes to th' meetins' 
time to gie started" . . . "D' 



Whare di' th' munie for th' 

"Wha's wrang wi' dancin' on 

"Wha' aboot mair shows?" . . . 

are nice, but Eggers says it's 

ye think we'll e'er gie oot o 



"Och, they be aworkin' on th' dairms!" ... an 
fait'fu' John Mulholland moved for adjournment . . . "Huther 
says a' i' favor say aye an' thoas as are oppoased can stay" 
. . . preparin' th' way for next year's council. 




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PUBLICITY COMMITTEE: J. Siver, R. 
Roark, D. Price, K. Hitchens, chairman. 



ELECTIONS COMMITTEE. Seated: P. Neilson. C. Ri 
qell, B. Lender. Standing: D. Alexander. H. Seltz, chair 
man; N. Hooven, D. Nelson. S. Messenger. 



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TEE: R. Ries. D. Gamble, 
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PEP COMMIITTEE: R. Reed, co-chairman; M. Malone, D. Kline, J. Beall, D. Nelson, M. Chomyk, J. Wol f e, 5. Sober, D. Harris, co-chairman; F. La- A 2 
H. Porter, L Grinstead. 




ACADEMIC COMMITTEE. Seated: J. Blanchard. M. McConeghy, 
B. Brown A. Little, J. Mulholland, chairman. Standinq: T. Ellis, F. 
Eqqers. D. Gamble, R. Rtes, S. Messenger. 



SOCIAL COMMITTEE: 
R. Tarwater, B. Brown, N. 
Ryan, J. Jett, chairman. 




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PROJECTS COMMITTEE: B C-ilds J. 
Moore. H. Porter, co-chairman: O. Wil- 
liams. co-cHai'~3". 



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Seated: T. Lundstedt, Secretary; L. Crawford, President; L. Grinstead, Vice-President. Standing: J. Krause, B. Minear, D. Barnett, P. Neilson, S. Hur 
phries, M. Miller, J. Hobson. 



Women's 

Student Government 



'One for you, an' one for you . 




Grawln' influence . . . discussion on 
th' role o' women today . . . "sack 
supper" replacement dinner . . . hoos 
councils handlin' dairm matters cap- 
ablie . . . Coordinatin' Council pro- 
vidin' communication wi' th' adminis- 
tration . . . membership i' national 
organization — Intercollegiate Associa- 
tion for Women Students . . . Co- 
operation wi' M.S.C. i' sponsorin' so- 
cial activities. 



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First Row: O. Rupe, R. Nicolas. W. South, Secretary-Treasurer; T. Dor sett. Second Row: S. Fans, P. DerPilbosian, F. Van Hartesveldt, G. 
Hiqgins. 



First Row: K. Verheeck, G. Schnitzer. Second Row: D. Alexander, D. Nelson, J. 
Moore, T. Amon, President. Third Row: D. Welch. J. Dowling. 



Men's 

Student 

Cooperative 



Promotin' unitie amang men . . . order i' 
th' dormitories . . . communication wi' th' 
administration . . . social activities sich as 
open-hoos, Artist Series receptions, dances 
. . . decoratin' th' goal posts. 




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United 
Campus 
Christian 
Fellowship 




D. Ellison, Vice-President; M. Burkhart, Vice-President; B. Erwin, President. 



Camp-oot i' Dr. Campbells livin' room . . . setting 
up Big-Little Brother an' Big-Little Sister proagram . . . 
Mister "Snow White'' Erwin . . . nineteen picnickers i' an 
M.G. . . . sack suppers by bus likht . . . rum coffee at th 
Lantern? . . . cheese fondue wi' Mister Ainsworth . . . 
Madriaals i' th' balconie . . . Crossroads . . . fun an' relaxa- 



tion at Laurel Loch . . . Homecamin' float — "Orange, 
Garnet float forever" . . . sponsorin' Barnwarmin' . . . 
overnikht hikes . . . community service projects at Home 
Avenue, Children's Home, Sunnybrook, Asbury Acres, Mont- 
vale . . . Assist wi' scoot troops . . . Heather's posters. 



Seated: C. Pusey, Recordinq Secretary: L. Grinstead, Worship Chairman; S. Parker, "The Lantern"; J. Jenkins, Service Chairman. Sitting: Z. Jones, 
Treasurer; H. Van Dyke, Publicity Secretary; R. Ries, Service Chairman; M . Burkhart, Vice-President. Standing: D. Schellenger, Corresponding Secre- 
tary: B. Young, Worship Chairman: W. Frey, "Feedback" Editor; D. Ellison, Vice-President; W. Evoul, Education Chairman; B. Erwin, President. 




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D. McGruther, G. Meyer, T. Ellis, K. Jones, D. Gamble D. Nelson, H. Seitz, D. Ellison. Chairman. 
Not Pictured: B. Stinnett. J. Graham, P. Park, W. South, J. Haynie. 



Key Men 

an' 

Nu 



Letters hame . . . suitcases an' trunks up steps . . . "goodies' 1 i' front o' 
doors at holiday time . . . oor first float . . . Alumni Gym to Alumni barn . . . 
mistletoe i' th' Lantern . . . latest spring fashions . . . co-ed (?) o'ernikht hike . . . 
unexpected dips i' the loch. 



First Row: W, Hannah, M. 
Burkhart, Chairman; P. Mac- 
kintosh, B. Woodworth. Sec- 
ond Row: E. Cubbin, N. Ryan 
G. Walker, L. McNair, C. 
Sherrod, K. Bishop. Third 
Row: B. Minear, M. Robinson, 
B. McMillan. T. Cochran, L. 
Waller. J. Jett, T. Josey, P. 
Feller. Not Pictured: J. Bettis. 




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Officers, Seated: S. Wood, J. Mor- 
ris, S. Talmage, N. Bennett, M. Mil- 
ler, S. Doerschuk. Standing: S. Fore- 
man, M. Simpson, R. Roark, J. Tem- 
pleton, B. Koza, B. Woodworth, C. 
Haley. 



Chi Beta 



FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS 

President SARAH DOERSCHUK 

Vice-President MARY SIMPSON 

Secretary REVA ROARK 

Treasurer JUDY TEMPLETON 

Program Chairman CHERYL HALEY 

Program Chairman SUE TALMAGE 

Program Chairman BARBARA WOODWORTH 

Rush Week Chairman MARTY MILLER 

Barmaid BECKY KOZA 

SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS 

President MARTY MILLER 

Vice-President SUE FOREMAN 

Secretary NAN BENNETT 

Treasurer SUE TALMAGE 

Program Chairman JUDY MORRIS 

Program Chairman SHERRY WOOD 

Barmaid SARAH DOERSCHUK 



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FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS 

President LYNN HOWARD 

Vice-President RAY EATON 

Secretary KEN HITCHENS 

Treasurer JERRY HUGHES 

Program Chairman ANDY RUHLIN 

Athletic Chairman ROY RIES 

Rush Week Chairman DAVE HUTCHISON 

Bartender RICHARD REED 

SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS 

President JOHN KERR 

Vice-President DAN MITCHELL 

Secretary ORUS RUPE 

Treasurer GARY MEYER 

Program Chairman JOHN BRAYMER 

Athletic Chairman COLE PIPER 

Bartender ANDY RUHLIN 



Kappa Phi 



Officers, Seated: L. Howard, R. 
Eaton, K. Hitchens, J. Hughes, R. 
Reed. Standing: J. Kerr, D, Mitch- 
ell, O. Rupe, G. Meyer, J. Bray- 
mer, C. Piper, A. Ruhlin. 




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fitt, J. Rose, G. Wells, D. Heis- 
meyer, L. McNair. Standing: M. 
Anderson, T. Cochran, L. Miller, J. 
Yarrington, A. Chubb, B. Vincent, 
J. Ferguson, B. Turpin, M. Pierce, 
L. Waller, K. Trowbridge, K. 
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FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS 

President GINNY WELLS 

Vice-President DOT HEISMEYER 

Secretary LINDA IvtcNAIR 

Treasurer JAN ROSE 

Chaplain KATHY TROWBRIDGE 

Rush Week Chairmen . . GINGER PROFFITT, MEREDITH PIERCE 

Program Chairmen PATTI FELLER, LAURIE WALLER 

Athletic Chairmen KATHY BISHOP, BARBARA TURPIN 

SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS 

President JAN ROSE 

Vice-President GINGER PROFFITT 

Secretary BETTY HALL 

Treasurer MARTHA ANDERSON 

Chaplain TRUDY COCHRAN 

Skit Night GINNY WELLS, JEANNE YARRINGTON 

Program Chairmen ARDIS CHUBB, LAURIE MILLER 

Athletic Chairmen JEAN FERGUSON, BETTY VINCENT 



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FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS 

President GEORGE DERBYSHIRE 

Vice-President STEVE WORRELL 

Secretary BUCKY HARTENSTINE 

Treasurer BOB LEACH 

Chaplain PAUL MILLIN 

Program Chairman STEVE DORNER 

Program Chairman ED GREENAWALD 

Athletic Chairman SONNY HUGHES 

SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS 

President HUGH McCAMPBELL 

Vice-President RALPH McCAMPBELL 

Secretary GEORGE DERBYSHIRE 

Treasurer BOB LEACH 

Chaplain JOHN FORGETY 

Program Chairman JOHN McLAUGHLIN 

Program Chairman GERRY STEIGELMAN 

Athletic Chairman AL MORRIS 



Alpha Sigma 



Officers, Seated: J. McLaughlin, J 
Forgety, H. McCampbell, R. Mc 
Campbell, A. Morris. Standing: B 
Leach. P. Millin, S. Dorner. G 
Derbyshire. B. Hartenstine. S. Woi 
rell, S. Hughes. 





Kappa Phi's Leedin' Ladies an' Chi Beta's Favorite Phis — Seated: Judy Jenkins, Mary 
Simpson, Sarah Doerschuk, Betty Brown, Marty Miller. Standing: Jerry Hughes, Rich Reed, 
Lynn Howard, Rich Marshall, Lupton Wood. 





Changin' o' th' guard durin' Rush Week. 



Batmen an' Robin cower durin' Sgt. Porter's mo- 
ment o' glorie. 



XB — K<J> . . . Rush: "Ae Highland Fling" compleat wi' 
authentic Scottish refreshments! . . . changin' o' th' guard 
at th' K<I>-XB guardhoos ... a command performance, "Luv 
Ne'er Faileth" . . . yangest escape artist . . . Homecomin': 
Hats Off to th' Scots'— third place float . . . K<t> Knights 
win Stinkin' Shoo footba' game 35-28 i' freezin' cauld . . . 
XB banquet for th' Knights . . . bonnie winter formal i' 
Pearsons, "Winter on th' Hill" . . . XB a' stars win volleyba' 
championship . . . K* wins volleyba' intramurals . . . dances 
at Phi hoos wi' Great Mice ... ski trip to Gatlinburg . . . 
anither wild initiation . . . Batman an' Robin . . . Deveney's 
Raiders, Gready's Grenadiers, and Porter's Polaks leed 
pledges throo eventful evenin' . . . Favorite Phis, Leedin' 
Ladies . . . intramural basketba' . . . skit nikht . . . skatin' 
trips an' picnic . . . softba' intramurals . . . increest interest, 
noo plans, developments. 



President an' Mistress Copeland share spotlikht at "Winter on th' Hi'." 




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Tarn o' Shanter reminds Maryville o' Scottish tradition. 



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Mistress "B" becomes lifetime Sig 
sweetheart. 



Kathy Hinger, Ginny Wells, Barbara Fitch, Sweetheart; Jan Rose, Peggy Malone 
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"Top Dog" is top dog. 



®E — A2 ... a reliable, devoted core o' veterans "Roond 
Up Some Freshmen" durin' Rush Week . . . big beef barbe- 
cue, a rodeo, an' a fashion shoa . . . first place homecomin' 
float — "Happiness is Bein' Top Dog" . . . Pearsons decorated 
wi' cedar at Yuletide ... a Yuletide partie i th' Lantern 
. . . th' entertainment o' th' Bloo Shades throot th' year 
. . . th' annual Theta banquet at th' Pioneer Hoos i' Janu- 
arie — foak music, onyane? . . . spirited pledges endure th' 
rigors o' initiation wi' "Valentine's Day" theme ... a Sweet- 
heart an' Cupids honored by th' men o' Sig at annual dance 
. . . the namin' o' "Sig Man o' th' Year" — Hugh McCamp- 
bell . . . overnikht trip to Gatlinburg . . . intramurals frae 
fa' throo spring . . . skit nikht ... a memorable spring formal 
wi' a Polynesian theme, "Paradise Isle." 



Sigs' an' Thetas' answer to th' 
Christy Minstrels. 





First Row: F. Corbett, P. Williams, M. Burlingham, S. Wyman, N . Gillinqham. Second Row: M. Rankin, I. Shelley, J. Bryan, J. Paul. 
M. Caldwell. M. Robinson, N. Ryan, J. Graham, P. Brown, J. Kerr, C. Reynolds, W. Evaul, J. Hinlcle, K. Schussler, C. Sherrod, M. 
Peterson. Not Pictured: J. Beall, R. Briqht. J. Hannah, Z. Jones, L. Palmer, G. Paxton, M. Pierce, D. Sansbury, S. Sullivan. 



Florence Corbett, Editor; Marilyn Rankin, Business Manag 



Chilhowean 1966 



A book presenting the toatal life o' Maryville College for 1965-1966 
i' 136 pages ... a junior project for th' seniors — an' ithers . . . "Does 
onyane ken whan th' Scottish tradition originated at Maryville an' why 
— mebbe then we could write the foreword" . . . hoo wi' thirty staff 
members e'er fit into th' new office i' Thaw? ... it doesna really matter 
— onything's better than haen to keep ev'riething i' th' dairm . . . co- 
ordinate' copie, pictures, an' layoot . . . "We should hae started writin' 
this earlier" . . . "Keep tellin' me tha' it wi' a' be worth it i' May!" . . . 
frustrations an' anxieties . . . yet pride i' th' end. 



STAFF OFFICERS 

Editor FLORENCE CORBETT 

Business Manager MARILYN RANKIN 

Literary Editors JOHN KERR, SUZI WYMAN 

Faculty Editor KITTY SCHUSSLER 

Classes Editors JOHANN BEALL, JUDY HANNAH, NANCY RYAN 

Honors Editor JOAN PAUL 

Organizations Editor MIRIAM PETERSON 

Sports Editors BILL EVAUL, PEGGY WILLIAMS 

Art Editor . NANCY GILLINGHAM 

Typing Editor JOYCE BRYAN 

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THE HIGHLAND ECHO EDITORIAL STAFF, First Row: B. Bullard, A. 
LeFurgey, J. SIver, S. Chittick. Second Row: R. McCampbeN, S. 
Humphries, S. Mason, A. Leeth, J. Krause. M. Malone. 





Highland Echo 

STAFF EDITORS 

Editor CAROLE BROWNLEE 

Business Manager PAUL MILLIN 

News Editor BARBARA BULLARD 

Feature Editor SANDY CHITTICK 

Sports Editor RALPH McCAMPBELL 

Art Editor VAN PALLIS 



Carole Brownlee. Editor: Paul Millin. Business Manager. 



Labors to foofi' obligations to the whole cam- 
pus . . . The Highland Echo reports news to a' 
phases o' Maryville College population . . . 
bi-weeklie . . . reviews o' plays, books, con- 
certs, lectures . . . creative an' original poems, car- 
toons, shairt stories . . . led campus attention i' 
national an' international concerns . . . Viet Nam 
Week . . . hundreds o' paperback books collected 
an' sent to forces . . . petition to President o' th' 
United States . . . forum to express views on war 
i' Southeast Asia. 



THE HIGHLAND ECHO CONTRIBUTORS, First Row: E. Lankenau, M. 
Miller, J. Hutcheson, M. L. Zorb. Second Row: S. Foreman, G. Wells. Third 
Row: J. Kerr, J. Rose, J. Brenckman, M. Bishop, J. Mulholland. Fourth Row: 
L. St. Clair, J. Weeks, J. Gifford. 




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Vesper Choir 



Cled i' bloo 'n' wheit for an eventfu' year . . . Bach 
Cantata . . . Christmas Vespers . . . tour thro' th' Sooth 
. . . Beethoven's Ninth wi' th' Knoxville Symphony Orches- 
tra .. . Vesper services . . . under th' direction o' Dr. 
Harter . . . sixty-five carefullie selected voices ... fa' 
auditions . . . runnin' across campus t' check th' Fine Arts 
Center bulletin board every five minutes . . . members 
representin' a' areas o' academic interest an' musical 
experience. 



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Thirty-third annual presentation ... a 
twa-hundred an' seventy-one voice chorus 
an' twal' soloists . . . College-Community 
orchestra o' thirty-four . . . under th' di- 
rection o' Dr. Harry H. Harter . . . hundurs 
o' East Tennesseans pourin' into th' chapel 
. . . participants frae student bodie, facul- 
tie, an' townsfoak . . . assisted by Dr. Bloy 
at th' organ, Mrs. Shoen at th' harpsi- 
chord, Mr. Bonham at th' piano . . . im- 
pressive an' alive . . . rekindlin' o' th' heart's 
rejoicin'. 




SOLOISTS, First Row: P. Clendenen, L. Duke, M. Miller, M. Rucker. I. Jack. Second Row: 
F. Doscher. T. Llewellyn, S. Boatman, J. Henry. S. Tompkins, J. Breckenridge. L. Sikes. Dr. 
Harter. Director. Not Pictured: J. Gresham, trumpetist. 




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Women'! 
1 N' Men': 



Choir 
Glee Club 



Sti 1 grawin', 54 members . . . under the direction o' Mr. 
Lou Mize an' accompanist Carol Pusey . . . Winter Concert: 
Bruckner's "Te Deum," Bartok's "Folk Songs," Bernstein's 
"West Side Story" . . . Jean's Drag— drag wha? . . . "Keep 
your chests up" ... "I canna teil whir your chest ends an' 
your stomach begins" . . . "Som'ane i' the soprano section 
is stickin' oot" ... A Wolf Whistle!!! . . . Christmas vespers 
. . . Sunday vespers . . . 

Spring Concert: Vaughn Williams . . . Sound o' Music 
. guid blend, a guid sound, a guid year . . . lookin' for- 
ward to next year. 



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Concert Band 



Highlander Band moves i'doors for winter seeoon . . . uniform 
changes to formal concert dress . . .^Guards hats on stage sti' re- 
minder o' footba' half-time . . . solo piper . . . seventie-four musi- 
cians (?)... Winter Concert honors birthday o' Civil War president 
wi' "Lincoln Portrait" . . . ootstandin' percussion section . . ." less 
brass — mair bassoon!" . . . music o' composers — Handel, Wagner, 
an' Mancini . . . "TV Sinfonians" to celebrate i'stallation o' music 
fraternitie . . . Spring Concert fa's on Armed Forces Day . . . stir- 
rin' marches . . . ensemble groops — dance band, woodwind quintet, 
brass quartet, Dixieland combo . . . members o' conductin' class gain 
experience by choosin' selections an' directin' them . . . cloases year 
wi' ootdoor "pops" concert for alumni. 




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Officers: K. MHler. Vice-President; T. Dickson, President; Z. Jones. Secre- 
tary; E. L'jcas Treasurer. 




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E'er readie to march an' more readie to 
play . . . themes frae weil-known musicals . . . 
catchie cadence . . . twirlin' duets . . . precision 
drill an' pageantrie . . . hame games, one awa' 
game, an' th' Honaker Bowl ... a show honor- 
in' th' Roberts . . . pep rallies an' parades . . . 





Highlander Marchin' Band 



a Scottie mascot — Little Bit . . . Scottish plaid 
kilts 'n' Royal guard reds . . . oor own High- 
land lassie 'n' a troo Scottish peiper . . . "We 
are th' Scotties" ... a' eightie o' this bonnie 
group . . . "niver lose oor pepability." 



R. Brown, Peiper; B. Laippiy Highland Lassie; John A. Roberts D ; re:*c" 
J. Campbell. Drum Maior. 




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A. Jablonski, K. Miller, M. Shaver. T. Marston, P. Armstrong, A. Fried- 
rick T. Dickson, B. Smith. 



Porky an' 

Th' Simple Seven 



"Wha' mean ye we carina go thro' th' Dinin' Room?" . . . 
"Di' ye see thoas legs?!" . . . "Wha's th' Porky Playmate 
this month?" . . . "Wha's an honorarie pig?" . . . "Whan 
ye're up, ye're up — I canna believe they did tha' "... 
"Whan ye need someone t' gie th' spirit up ... at pep 
rallies, i' th' dinin' "room", after chapel, at basketball 
games . . . whare'er ye leest expect f find them." 







Howie, Howie, Chilhowie . . . 
at pep rallies, footba' games, bas- 
ketba' games . . . betimes e'en i' 
chapel . . . eight enthoosiasts 
leed vital student body support 
for Scots' athletic teems . . . a- 
ternates added to squad this year 
. . . special acrobatics add tha' 
extra "Umph!" . . . Rock tha' 
orange an' garnet, yama, yama! 



First Row: C. Riqell, D. Harris, B. Baird, 
A. Ruhlin. Second Row: L, McClain, B. 
Smith, D. Nettle. Top: Fran Lantz, Cap- 
tain. 



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Blue Shades 



Added sounds — Darrell Stoker 
. . . plus Bo, Ken, Russ, V Huffier 
. . . th' cool rock . . . how monie 
students can ye pack into a Sig 
Hoos? . . . AS Rush Show . . . 
Frosh Mixers, footba' dances, A2 
Sweetheart Dance . . . off-campus 
engagements ... a guid year, a 
guid sound, a guid fellowship. 



H. McCampbell. K. Arents 



ight, D. Stoker. R. Hedges. 



Student Affiliate Chapter 
O' American Chemical 



Pre - professional 
group composed o' 
chemistrie majors . . . 
chartered i' January 
o' 1965 . . . spon- 
sered by Dr. F. A. 
Griffitts (member o' 
th' American Chemi- 
cal Societie . . . prac- 
tical experience for 
future careers. 



First Row: F. Eggers, 
Vice-President; S. Bnggs, 
Secretary; T. Putnam 
President; E. Smith, board 
member; Z. Jones. Sec- 
ond Row: K. Yoder, K 
Keen, R. Tarwater, M 
Beard, C. Lim, Mr. How 
ell. Third Row: R. Bod 
nar, J. Fan, J. Mulhol 
land, Dr. Young, J. Mac 
Daid, Dr. Griffitts, D 
Terrill. 




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First Row: D. Heismeyer, Vice-President; N. MJIer, Secretary; H. Griffin, President; J. Brenckman, M. Frazier, M. Walden, M. Hay, M. Miller, T. Lund- 
stedt, B. Fitch, J. Rose, J. Stapp, J. Jenkins, E. Beatty, B. Brown, Vice-President; P. Evoul, Treasurer. Second Row: E. Wagner, S. Foreman, J. Bryan, 
C. Turner, M. Wismer. Third Row: J. Graham, K. Schussler, M. Bishop, J. Ibsen. Fourth Row: A, Chubb, B. Lender, P. Johnson. Fifth Row: J. Dono- 
hue, J. Tate. Sixth Row: M. Peterson, J. Templeton, A. Fleming, H. DeWeese. 



Student National 
Education 



Monthlie meetin's . . . panels an' guest speekers wi' discus- 
sions o' subjects relative t' teechin' . . . participation i' local, 
state, an' national activities o' th' National Educational Asso- 
cation . . . strivin' to become guid teechers. 



First Row: R. Sultzbach, M. Lafferty, E. Mantz. M. Shaver, Vice-President; 
M. Rticker, Secretary; I. Jack, President; E. Trent, Treasurer. Second Row: 
S. Babelay, R. Wood, A. Hongspan. 



Music E 

National Conference 



Open to a music majors . . . th' past, th' present, 
an' th' future o' music education . . . monthlie meetin's 
wi' guest speekers, films, an' demonstrations . . . spon- 
sored by Mister John Roberts. 




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First Row: V. Tiffany. L. Paulson. G. Proffitt, C. Horton, S. Gamsby. K. Mattson. S. Anthony. Second Row: C. Tiffany. Vice-President: M. Moffett, N. 
Vann, M. Miller. N. Am. M. Anderson. C. Vandeqriff. Third Row: P. Moffett, D. Moss, Secretary-Treasurer: K. Jones. P. DerPilbosian, R. Mahler, S. 
Wintermuts, Mr. Jones, B. Bates, D. Caylor, J. Gidley, President. 



Hard work, guid times, an' tradition . . . unforgettable pro- 
ductions ... an' orange floor ... a Christmas tree . . . openin' 
nikht thrill . . . tears an' laughter . . . role involvement . . . twa 
films . . . electrifyin' drama — Mourning Becomes Elektra" . . . 
The Hill alive wi 1 "The Sound of Music" . . . Commencement 
production — "Androcles and the Lion." 



Playhouse 



Seated: B. Talmaqe, President. Standing: E. Hall 
Cropper, S. Simons, H. Newman. 



Smith, R. Lucas. A. 



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Campus Mike 



Eech Sunday nikht th' air's astir . . . music, interviews, 
discussions, sports, an' gossip . . . th' voice o' Maryville 
College . . . 1400 on ye're radio dial . . . WGAP . . . 
"Wee Willie an' th' Big Big Coo." 



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First Row: C. Scott, J. Paul, P. Eby. Second Row: S. Doerschuk, Dr. Waters. M. Malone, D. Alexander, D. Armentrout, J. Ber- 
nard, President; C. Petze. M. Borkhuis, C. Reynolds. 



Psi Sigma Mu 



T' braudin' oor knowledge o' psychologie . . . individual participation 
. . . student-conducted seminars . . . visitin' speekers . . . trips f hear speekers, 
see pints o' interest. 



Th' tongue o' triumph . . . Women's 
State Championship . . . twa trophies 
(includin' sweepstakes) i' th' South At- 
lantic Tournament . . . sweepstakes i' 
a lasses' tournament at Bristol, Vir- 
ginia . . . second place i' th' four-man 
Novice Tournament at Carson-New- 
man . . . numerous first an' second 
places i' events sich as oratorie, ex- 
tempore, an' impromptu speekin'. 



First Row: P. Proffitt, F. Abramoff, S. Prof- 
fin. P. Millin, W. Hannah, D. Harris. L. Sikes. 
Second Row: M. McMasfer, A. Barton, B. 
Co/ P. Steele, M. Gillespie. 













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Purpose??? — fellowship, 'tis said . . . three seniors, 
three juniors, an' twa sophomores . . . th' danglin' o' 
th' green dice . . . ah, 'tis a mysterie unso'ved. 



Circle K 



First Row: B. Goode. P. Feller, S. Brigqs. Second Row: J. Beall. S. Proffitt, 
President. Third Row: I. Hellmer, L. Waller, J. Reynolds, Business Manager. 



First Row: F. Gready. Vice-President; R. Ries, Treasurer; D. Parrish, O. Wil- 
liams, G. Meyer, J. Kerr, J. Henderson, D. Harris, H. McCampbell, J. Mul- 
holland. Second Row: D. Terrill, Secretary; D. McGruther, R. Reed, E. Har- 
mon, T. Ellis, G. Hallen, J. Graham. Not Pictured: R. Marshall, President. 



Sponsored by th' Maryville an' Alcoa Kiwanis Clubs 
. . . members selected on twa merits — high scholastic 
standin' an' a realization o' service obligations to th' 
college . . . varsitie-facultie baslcetba' game . . . ushers 
for Sunday Vespers an' Messiah ... a swimmin' proagram 
for th' Blount County Boys' Club ... a petition sup- 
portin' oor countries involvement i' Viet Nam . . . limit 
o' twenty-five members . . . heartie lads wi' braud 
smiles. 













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Who's Who 

Among Students i' 
American Universiti 
an' Colleges 



Seventeen seniors mak Who's Who . . . national 
publication . . . nominated by senior class an' facultie 
. . . representatives o' a' phases o' Maryville College 
life . . . exceptional i' scholarship, leedership, citizen- 
ship . . . active i' campus organizations . . . promise 
to go far. 



Seated: Louise Crawford, Betty Brown. Standing: Keith Renne, Lewriqht Sikes, 
William Erwin. 



Seated: Marianne Jefferson, Sara Parker. Standing: Oliver Williams, Reed 
Tarwater. Richard Reed. 



First Row: Sandra Chittick, Carole Brownlee, Huqh McCampbell. Second 
Row: David Ellison, Sandra Briqgs, Michael Dalton, Not Pictured: Dale 
Schellenqer. 




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Homecomin' Queen 




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Wliss Betty (Brown 
1/lHite Irallk ^cotckmer H'l'iiS JLouise Crawford 



Homecomin' Court 




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Alpha 

Gamma 

Sigma 



Alpha Gamma Sigma — 
Maryville's scholastic honor- 
arie societie . . . purpose: to 
encourage troo scholarship 
an' to stimulate interest i' cul- 
tural pursoots amang th' stu- 
dents o' th' college . . . reedin' 
discussion proagram centered 
on Thomas a Becket, as por- 
trayed i' plays by Eliot, Frye, 
Anouilh, an' Tennyson . . . 
membership requirement — at 
least ae 3.33 scholastic aver- 
age . . . i'cloods onie o' th' 
facultie an' staff wha are 
members o' Phi Beta Kappa 
or wha hae fulfilled th' re- 
quirements for membership i' 
Alpha Gamma Sigma . . . 
charter members sti' connect- 
ed wi' Maryville College: Dr. 
Hunter, Miss Viola Lightfoot, 
Miss Frances Massey, an' Miss 
Mary Sloane Welsh. 




Seated: Mrs. Crawford, L. Crawford. President: Mrs. McNeill, Vice-President. Standing: Mr. Horst, 
Mr. Bennett, Secretary: K. Renne. Dr. Copeland. Not Pictured: Miss Massey, Miss Lightfoot, Miss 
Welsh, Dr. Hunter, Dr. Walker, Dr. Swenson, Mr. Hoch. 



Eta Phi Chapter . . . chartert i' 1963 . . . ae national bio- 
logical honorarie societie . . . membership bast on scholar- 
ship an' interest I' biologie . . . seminars an' hikes . . . moni- 
tored reedin' room i' Fayerweather . . . noosletter publisht 
an' sent to a' alumni wha were biologie majors. 



B. Currie, Dr. Shields, Treasurer and Counselor: K. Denow, Secretary; 
H. McCampbell, Vice-President; Mr. Ramger, G. Hallen, President; B. 
Prather, M. Jefferson, Historian; R. Cruz-Alvarez, Dr. Lytle. 




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Pi 

Delta 

Phi 



Pi Delta Phi— n a t i o n a I 
French honor societie . . . 
dedicated to th' expansion 
an' expression o' French civili- 
zation . . . fosters th' under- 
stand^ 1 an' enjoyment o' 
French literature, art, philoso- 
phic historie, an' especiallie 
th' French language . . . Mary- 
ville chapter — Delta Gamma 
. . . correspondence wi' stu- 
dents i' France . . . tootrin' 
students i French . . . one 
member, Ruth Bates, spendin' 
junior year abraud, studyin' i' 
Switzerland. 




First Row: S. Haggart, A. Brownlee, W. Goodwyne. President: R. Bates, C. Bridges, Miss Wilkinson. 
Sponsor. Second Row: Miss Martin, Mr. Fridenbergs, J. Thomas. Secretary-Treasurer; Mr. Cooley. 
S. Chittick, Vice-President. 



Th' Epsilon o' Tennessee Chapter o' th' National Social Science Honor Societie 
. . . chartert i' 1957 . . . purpose: to encourage interest i' scholarlie attainment i' th' 
field o' th' social sciences by periodic meetin's wi' papers presented by students, 
facultie members, an' visitin' speekers . . . requirement o' membership — guid morai 
character, 20 hours i' th' social sciences with ae B average, an' standin' i' th' upper 
35% o' thir junior or senior class. 



Pi Gamma 



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Mr. Ainsworth, F. Corbett, S. Hal- 
deman, A. Layman, S. Haggart, B. 
Erwin, L. Sikes, Dr. Case, Secretary- 
Treasurer; J. Hughes, Vice-Presi- 
dent; P. Millin. Presidert; Mr. 
Lewis Counselor. 



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Theta 
Alpha 
Phi 



Auldest o' national honorarie 
fraternities o' theater arts . . . 
purpose to increase interest — 
stimulate creativeness — foster ar- 
tistic achievement i' a' crafts o' 
theater . . . open to a' students 
earnin' a minimum number o' pints 
by workin' i' ev'rie area o' theater. 



Kappa 
Delta 



To preserve forensic activitie 
. . . eligibilitie — sophomore havin' 
wan majoritie o' debates . . . three 
officers an' three members . . . 
chance to trav'l . . . tournament 
competition. 



Seated: S. Proffitt, Vice-President. 
Standing: D. Harris, Secretary-Treasurer; 
L. Si Ices President. 




First Row: M. Shaklee, V. Wells, Secretary; H. Myers, Historian; J. Gidley. Second Row: Mr. Jones, 
K. Jones, M. Miller, President; G. Proffitt. Vice-President; T. Llewellyn, Treasurer. 



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Tau 

Kappa 

Chi 



Honorarie societie for thoas 
i' studie o' music . . . purpose 
— to promote student an' 
communitie interest an' par- 
ticipation i' music depart- 
ment . . . aim to raise aca- 
demic standard o' music 
department ... to provide 
goal for lads an' lassies inter- 
ested i' music ... to promote 
trained musicianship an' fur- 
ther understands' o' styles o' 
music . . . special attention 
this year to seminars by music 
facultie on twentieth centurie 
music. 



Seated: C. Pusey. E. Mantz. A Junkin. Standing: Dr. Harter, M. Shaver. T. Allen, J. Breckenridge, 
C. Meeker, W. Rumsey, S. Tompkins, L Sikes, C. Doscher, Dr. Bloy, M. Gross, J. Henry, M. Rucker! 
Secretary-Treasurer; T. Llewellyr, President. 



First Row: T. Dickson, Treasurer; H. McCampbell, H. Livingston, President; V. Schoen, R. Bonham. 
Second Row: R. McKaskell, J. Meyers, C. Meeker, Secretary; R. Bright, C. Doscher, D. Seeley. E. 
Best. Third Row: J. Bloy, L. Mi ; e. T. Allen, M. Shaver, Warden; W. Rumsey, Historian; J. Brecken- 
ridge, Vice-President; J. Roberts, J. Henry, H. Harter, Advisor. 




Phi 
Mu 
Alpha 
Sinfonia 



Honorarie music fraternitie 
for lads . . . professional mu- 
sicians . . . chartered i' No- 
vember . . . aim to advance 
ca'se o' music i' America . . . 
to foster mutual weilfar an' 
brotherhood o' students o' 
music ... to develop truest 
fraternal spirit amang mem- 
bers ... to encourage loyal- 
tie to Maryville College. 



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SCOTTISH RIVALRY 



Varsitie Football 

1965 — year o' disappintments . . . 0-9-1 
record . . . teem was progressivelie 
stronger . . . monie hopes for th' 
late seeson were shattered wi' in- 
juries to Dalton, Dutton, an' Story. 

1965 — year o' seniors . . . Ramsey, a guid 
quarterback an' aen excellent safe- 
tie .. . Pryor, Dalton, Dutton, Bailey, 
V Anderson standoots frae th' class 
o' '65. 

1965 — year o' new players . . . Crabtree 
develops as a fine quarterback . . . 
Ronco, Bosco, Carkhuff, an' Crop- 
per readie to tak' o'er th' vacancies. 

1965 — year o' lettermen ... 33 lads letter 
. . . Story, Webb, Greeno, Rogers, 
an' Berry form experienct foonda- 
tion for next year. 




Kneeling: Co-Captains Jim Pryor, Mike Dalton. Standing: Lauren Kardatzke, Backfield 
Coach; Howard Tomlinson, Head Coach; Wilbur Ramsey, End Coach. 



First Row: R. Faqan. Asst. Mgr.; G. Phillips, R. Lockard, K. Bailey, D. 
Po^ rs H. Ramsev, A. Anderson, S. Harris, A. Cropper, C. Slaybaugh, 
E. Greeno, R. Bosco, J. Maletta. Second Row: C. Berry, D. Harris, M. 
Dalr^n, J. Cloninger, J. Forgety, C. Gehman, P. O'Bryan, B. Carkhuff 
R. McCampbell, J. Mullendore, S. Dockery, D. Berry, J. Dawson, C. 
Ridings, Equipment Mgr. Third Row: Coach Kardatzke, S. Worrell, D. 



Story, S. Hutsell, L. Cerovac, J. Fort, W. South, G. Higgins, T. Bradam, 
D. McDade, A. Robins, G. Dutton, F. Eqqers, Coach Tomlinson. Fourth 
Row: J, Mullins, Student Asst. Coach; Coach Ramsey, S. Webb, G. 
Derbyshire, D. Ronco, H. Crabtree, J. Heck, J. Pryor, D. Taylor, C. 
Piper. D. Belcher, J. McLaughlin, J. Llewellyn. Team Mgr.; N. Hughes, 
Trainer. 




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FINAL SCORES 

Maryville Southwestern 14 

Maryville 8 Centre 14 

Maryville ° Georgetown 23 

Mar V ville l2 Emory & Henry 13 

Mar^iHe Livingston State 30 

Maryville 6 Guilford 39 

Mar V vil| e 13 Millsaps 28 

Maryville 6 Mars Hill 6 

Maryville 7 Carson-Newman 37 

Honaker Bowl: 

Mar V v ' lle l7 Earlham 26 



Honaker Bowl ... an innovation i' the Scot 
athletic proagram . . . sponsored by the Honaker 
Club i' order to raise munie tor athletic scholar- 
ships . . . th' Bowl is named i' honor o' one o' th' 
greatest coaches Maryville has had, the late Lombe 
Scott Honaker . . . November 25, Thanksgivin': 
an excitin' day startin' a tradition o' postseeson 
footba' . . . foes this year were th' Earlham Col- 
lege Quakers o' Richmond, Indiana . . . th' Scots 
looked like th' teems o' yore i' th' first half — takin' 
a 17-14 leed into the dressin' room . . . Earlham 
cam back inspired i' th' second half an' won by a 
score o 26- 1 7 . . . Herman Ramsey was chosen 
best Scot o' th' afternoon. 





'Tis thumbs up as th' Scots fly for the first time 
to a footba' game — at Memphis agin' South- 
western. Later they flew to Millsaps i' Mississippi. 



Th' Scottie runner is dropt shairt o' th' first doon 
i' the Honaker Bowl as Webb (84) an' ithers 
look on. 



Jmu 



Winner o' th' Amos Alonzo Stagg Century o' Physical Fitness Award: Charles Berry, Robert Bosco, 
Mike Dalton, Gary Dutton, Earnie Greeno, Jim Pryor (twice winner), Herman Ramsey, Don Story. 





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A Centre Colonel qaes naewhir as Danny Rogers an' Her- 
man Ramsey move i' . . . 



Sonny Webb filchts for a pass i' th' end zone whilst Ronco 
looks on . . . 




Alan Cropper starts to turn th' cairner aq'in Guilford 




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Touchdoon! — A bowl score for th' Scots . . . 



Disappointin' year i' footba' . . . teem improves thro' oot yea r , but loss o' key play'rs hurts . . . 

Highlanders' spirits soar as they fly to Memphis for first game — Scots ootplay Southwestern, but trail i' scorin' column 14-0 
. . . losses to Centre, 14-8, an' to Georgetown, 23-0, fallaw . . . Maryville aboot beats Emory V Henry Wasps, but disputed 
clippin' ca'l stings Scots — final score is 13-12, e'en thoa Scots leed Wasps i' statistics . . . 

Losf to Livingston State precedes Hamecomin' forfeit to Guilford Quakers, wha pacify oor spirited laddies wi' 39-6 defeat 
— i' this game, Dutton an' Story, defensive sta'warts, are injured an' lost for rest o' th' seeson — injuries tha' ki'l Maryville's 
chances ag'in Millsaps Majors, wha win 28-13. 

Hoaps are high for Mars Hill game, which turns oot to be probablie best game o' th' year for Scots — final score stands at 
6-6 — injury to co-chief Mike Dalton sidelines him for Carson- Newman battle . . . rival Eagles ootplay an' ootscore High- 
landers, vvinnin' by score o' 37-7. 



Danny Rogers reaches for the ba' frae quarterback Ramsey, an' heads for th' Carson-Newman line . 





First Row: A. Ruhlin. J. Henderson, R. Pritts, T. Wylie, R. Johnson. 
Second Row: R. Kolb. G. Patton, F. Tidikis, S. Hodgson, B. Nicholas. 



Third Row: L. St. Clair, G. Schnitzer, D. Gilmore, S. Wood, P. 
O'Bryan. 



Coach Davis points oot strategie to Captain Ralph Johnson. 



Wrestlin' 

Maryville finishes seeson wi' a 5-6 rec- 
ord, wi' wins against Carson-Newman, 
Knoxville "Y," an' Emory . . . Carson-New- 
man drops wrestlin' frae thir athletic proa- 
gram three hoors before thir second 
Maryville match? . . . Ance again Strang i' 
th' likhtweikht divisions, an' gettin' stranger 
i' th' heavyweikht divisions . . . Ron Pritts 
goes undefeated (10-0) for th' seeson, 
scorin' 38 points . . . Captain Ralph John- 
son, oor 1965 SEC champ, registers an 8-2 
seeson, wi' 32 points . . . John Henderson 
ends wi' a 9-3 seeson an' 39 points . . . 
Scots place fourth i' th' Chattanooga 
Wrestlin' Tournament . . . Johnson takes a 
first place; Henderson, Ruhlin, an' Wiley 
take seconds: O'Bryan V Nicholas place 
third . . . Henderson, th' "Little General," 
registers his first collegiate pin against 
Milligan . . . Results o' th' 1966 SEC Tour- 
nament — Ron Pritts first at 130 lbs., John 
Henderson second at 123 lbs., an' Tom 
Wylie fourth at 137 lbs. . . . Ootlook for 
next year verra guid — na seniors on this 
year's teem! 







Thumbs up for O'Bryan. 





This is na time to hold hands, lads. 



Prifh pins doon anither five for th" Scots. 



Schnitier works th' "Big Stretch" against Auburn. 





Basketba' teem suffers throo a 3-17 seeson . . . 
First half o' seeson sees a dismal 0-10 record . . . 
Loss o' Denny McGowan to knee injurie for 4 games 
hurts teem i' efforts against Bryan an' West Geor- 
gia . . . Dave Alexander, leedin' scorer wi' an I 1 .6 
point average, an' Darrell Maietta, wi' a 7.6 point 
average, leeve at semester break . . . Hopes i'crease 
wi' addition o' Bill Padgett, Jon Hancher, V Dar- 
rell Stoker to th' team . . . i' ten games, Padgett 
leeds a' scorers wi' 267 points for a 26.7 average 
. . . Comes close to th' school scorin' record wi' 
a 45-point effort i' th' second Bryan game . . . Jon 
Hancher, th' "seventh man" on th' teem, finds th' 
rikht spot to leed i' reboonds wi' an average o' 8 
reboonds per game . . . Senior captain Denny Mc- 
Gowan, playin' his last year, improves sharplie after 
recoverie . . . Next year's team wi' be a guid one 
— a yang one, losin' onlie McGowan to gradua- 
tion . . . 



Coach Boydson Baird an" Captain Denny McGowan. 



Basketball 



Kneeling: D. McGowan, Coach B. Baird. Standing: G. Meyer, D. Max- 
well, P. Whitson, D. Payne, J. Hancher, C. Rumford, L. Dunson, D. 
Stoker, D. Clark, J. Llewellyn, B. Padgett, J. Hogue, L. Raby. 




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Padgett lays it up for twa mair against Mars Hi 



Johnson Bible College backs awa' frae twa points by 
Hancher. 





Captain Denny McGowan points th' way to th" basket. 



Final 

MC 

Bryan 65-69 

LMU 67-90 

Berry 49-68 

LMU 36-72 

West Georgia 57-61 

Milllgan ... S3 BC 

Shorter 53-79 

Berry 42-96 

Cumberland 55-122 

Asbeville-Biltmore ... 76-87 



MC 

Mars H 65-74 

Emory & Henr^ . 63-80 

Johnson Bible College . . 75-62 

Centre 57-95 

Bryan 92-66 

Milligan 78-86 

Cumberland 82-118 

Asheviile-Blltmcre 83-96 

Mars Hill . . . 93-124 

. . 76-72 




Hancher shies awa' frae a left to th' jaw as Rumford scores. 




Daniel i' th' "Lions" den? 




It says here, "I'flate 7 to 9 lbs." 




RETURNING LETTERMEN. First Row: J. Aqne* 
las, F. Gready, J. Fort. N. Hughes. 



J. Llewellyn. D. Payne. Second Row: W. Webb, B. Nicho- 



Safe! 



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Baseba' teem looks forward to a lang 
seeson — 30 games . . . Squad strengthened 
wi' a fu' crop o' freshmen, i'cludin' one 
"A'-Stater" . . . Strangest position behind 
th' plate wi' Captain Sonny Hughes V 
Frank Gready . . . Last year's winnin'est 
pitcher Bob Nicholas an' Jack "Crook" 
Llewellyn helpt by Bachus, Crabtree, 
Hancher, an' Moore . . . i'fielders Payne 
n' Agnew backt up by Stiano, Dockery, 
Maietta, an' Hancher . . . Sonny Webb 
lends experience to th' youthfu' ootfield 
. . . Captain Hughes, last year's leedin' 
hitter, coonts on freshmen to add needed 
power i' th' batter's box ... A rough see- 
son — i'cludin' games wi' last year's Na- 
tional Sma' College Champs, Carson- 
Newman, an' UT — but guid pitchin' can 
produce a winnin' seeson for th' Scots . . . 











RETURNING LETTERMEN: L. Howard, W. Gass, R. Marshall, P. Park. 



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Th' most unpublicized an' ignored o' th' spring sports 
promises some fast action this year . . . Four returnin' let- 
termen — Captain Rich "Turkey" Marshall, Lynn Howard, 
Pete Park, an' Bill Gass — provide th' experience for Coach 
Kardatzke's hikhlie talented teem . . . Al Marshall — "Tur- 
key's" brither — Richard "Cotton" Lambert, an' David Craw- 
ford are amang th' freshmen tha' provide stiff competition 



against th' veterans i' th' fikht for teem positions . . . "Did 
ye say thir was a lass on th' teem, too?" . . .Th' Scots face 
16 matches an' a trip to th' TIAC State Tennis Tourna- 
ment against consistentlie strang opposition . . . Th' teem 
should present some excitin' court play i' th' Spring Sports 
Arena . . . 



I can beet ye standin' on 
one toot. 




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Track 

Th' track teem emerges as th' teem most 
likelie to hae a winnin' seeson . . . Havin' 
lost onlie two lettermen to graduation an' 
Dave Alexander to UT, th' teem's deficit is 
mair than made up by th' freshman squad 
... In th' lang distances, Hugh McCamp- 
bell is backed up by Bob Cooper an' Brian 
Childs . . . Rich Reed an' McCampbell leed 
a pack o' middle distance runners tha' in- 
cludes George Brown V Walt Grady 
i' th' shairt distances Dick Craig, Bob Leach 
an' Mike Dalton are joined by Al Cropper 
. . . Leach, Terry Amon an' Dan Mitchell 
wi' ance again share honors i' th' Hurdle 
division . . . Th' field events, traditionallie 
th' weekest spot on th 1 Scot teem, is th' 
most strengthened position . . . Greg Hal- 
len, Dan Styles, an' Cole Piper are joined 
by returnees Joe Malloy an' Mitchell, 
alang wi' Monroe Brown 'n' Les Dunson 
frae th' freshmen . . . Th' teem wi' run I I 
meets plus th' TIAC meet, wi' an improved 
teem frae th' one tha' produced last year's 
4-3 record . . . 




Reed V McCampbell head for a 1-2 finish i' th' 880 at Emory 



Kneeling: D. Styles, J. Malloy, H. McCampbell, B. Childs. Standing: D. Mitchell, T. Amon, R. Reed, D. Craig, S. Brown, M. Dal- 
ton, M. Brown, B. Leach, K. Jones. 




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Marshall scores 6 points wi' his "jugglin' act." 



Men's 

Intramurals 



Flagba' — Sig's Sledgehammers win th' cham- 
pionship, losin' onlie one an' tyin' one . . . Phi 
Knights place second, losin' twa, tyin' one . . . 
Stinkin' Shoo game played under th' likhts 
again . . . i' one o' th' most excitin' footba' 
games o' th' year, Phi comes back to win 35- 
28 . . . 

Volleyba' — once again dominated by th' Phi 
Titans wha completed thir fourth straikht un- 
defeeted seeson . . . Facultie an' th' Sig Sledges 
fallaw closelie i' th' standin's . . . 

Basketba' — Th' Sig Sledges V th' Phi Knights 
are th' teems to beet . . . i' th' "B" League, 
Facultie teem gang for its third straikht cham- 
pionship . . . Societie second teems provide 
delikhtfu' comedie o' errors i' thir games . . . 
First teem struggles ta'en mair seriouslie than 
some varsitie games . . . 

Spring — on tap are wrestlin' an' softba' . . . 
Th' UCCF Martyrs are regroupin' for anither 
year on th' diamond — franticallie searchin' for 
a female pitcher . . . Promise o' an excitin' 
seeson as th' Phi Superheroes an' th' Sig Sledge- 
hammers seek to fill thir rosters ... Sig oot to 
defend hard-earned title at seeson's end wi' 
anither "World Series o' Softba'," th' Stinkin' 
Shoo games — feeturin' Sig power versus Phi 
speed . . . 



Th' name o' th' game is Flagba', na Tackle. 




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Craig scampers aroond end i' th' Stinltin' Shoo game. 



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Captain Mill in o' th' Butchers aims for th' basket. 



Th' Butchers i' action against th' Sledgehammers. 



I do na thinlt ye can 
stare him doon, Ray! 





Women's Intramurals 

W.A.A. . . . Women's Athletic Association . . . varied 
intramural proagram . . . fifteen sports ... for a' women 
en campus ... A' Star Volleyba' game . . . wan by Chi 
Beta . . . most popular sport — volleyba'. 




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W.A.A. 

Council 



Council . . . coordinatin' bodie be- 
tween "M" Club an' Women's Ath- 
letic Association . . . sets up rools for 
intramural proagram . . . vice-presi 
dent o' "M" Club i' charge o' Council 
. . . plus president o' "M" Club, ath- 
letic chairmen o' societies, events 
manager, an' facultie member. 



Seated: E. Lankenau, Mrs. Davis, Advisor. 
Standing: B. Turpin, J. Ferguson, K. Bishop. 





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M" Club 



Membership requires 400 pints i' one year 
. . . achieved thro' participation i' women's 
intramurals . . . sets up an' directs th' intra- 
mural proagram . . . spring retreet ... fa' 
retreet . . . sponsorship o' Hamecomin' Dance. 



First Row: Mrs. Davis, Advisor: K. Bishop. Secretary: E. 
Lankenau, President: L. Gresham, Treasurer: P. Wil- 
liams. Proagram Chairman. Second Row: J. Ferguson. 
Vice-President: S. Rowley D. Meury, Proagram Chair- 
man- M. Ste« l 



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Reed Tarwater, President; Janice Best, Secretary-Treasurer; Eric Bergman, Vice-President. 



September 17: rain, ho! dogs, an' marshmellaws . . . forma' pep ra lite . . . "Spirits 
o' Hamecomin' "... float queen high on her float wi' nae wa to gie doon . . . 
"High Noon" . . . originator o' Blue Shades . . . Twa-Year Clods . . . Independent 
Studies — THROUGH! . . . completelie washt oot wi' comps — 'til forwar' to th' 
future for the Class o' 1966. 



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TERRY L. AMON 


EDNA M. BEATTY 


ERIC L. BERGMAN 


JAMES E. BERNARD 


Clark, New Jersey 


Covington, Ohio 


Champaign, Illinois 


Batavia, New Yorlc 


Economics an' Business Administration 


Elementarie Education 


Historie 


Psychologie 





JANICE K. BEST 

Friendsville, Tennessee 

Mathematics 








MARCIA J. BISHOP 

Stuttgart, Germany 
Elementarie Education 




SUE ANNE BLAIR 

Oalc Ridge, Tennessee 

English 




JANE L. BRENCKMAN 

Roselle, New Jersey 

English 




SANDRA E. BRIGGS 

Washington, Pennsylvania 

Chemistrie 




ELIZABETH R. BROWN 
Harriman, Tennessee 
Elementarie Education 



STEPHEN M. BROWN 

Knoxville, Tennessee 

Organ 



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CAROLE G. BROWNLEE BARBARA J. BULLARD PATSY R. BURCH 

Argyle, New York Kansas City, Missouri Maryville. Tennessee 

English Sociologie Economics an' Business Administration 








RONALD B. CHEEK 

Richmond, Indiana 

Economics an' Business Administration 



SANDRA R. CHITTICK 

Buffalo, New York 

Historie 



KENNETH L. CHRISTY, JR. 

Lutz, Florida 

Historie 



ARDIS L CHUBB 

Atlantic City, New Jersey 

Elementarie Education 




RICHARD C. CLEASBY 

Miami Springs, Florida 

Bible an' Christian Education 



WILLIAM O. COVERT 
Macomb, Illinois 
Mathematics 



BRENDA C. COX 
Louisville, Tennessee 
Elementarie Education 




LOUISE A. CRAWFORD 

Maryville, Tennessee 

English 




R. MICHAEL DALTON 

Walland, Tennessee 

Mathematics 




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H. KATHERINE DENOW 

Trenton, New Jersey 

Biologie 



GEORGE'H. DERBYSHIRE, III 

Colora, Maryland 

Economics an' Business Administration 



ADAM C. DEVENEY 

Lansdowne, Pennsylvania 

Mathematics 



HAZEL LEE DEWEESE 

Montgomery, West Virginia 

Elementarie Education 




EUGENE B. DIXON 

Maryville, Tennessee 

Health an' Physical Education 












SARAH A. DOER5CHUK 


JEAN A. DONOHUE 


ROBERT B. DUNSMORE 


GARY J. DUTTON 


Galesburg, Illinois 


Wellfleet, Massachusetts 


Sarasota, Florida 


Loudon, Tennessee 


Psychologie 


Elementarie Education 


Sociologie 


Historie 




I always said Sunday suppers were for the "dogs." 



DAVID J. ELLISON 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Historie 



WILLIAM S. ERWIN, JR. 

Du Quoin, Illinois 

Historie 



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PHYLLIS A. EVAUL 

Banner Elk, North Carolina 

Elementarie Education 



ALLAN R. FIELDS 

Presque Isle, Maine 

French 



BARBARA L. FITCH 
Plainfield. New Jersey 
Elementarie Education 






F. ANN FLEMING 
Canton, North Carolina 

Elementarie Education 



SUSAN K. FOREMAN 

Tokyo, Japan 

English 



R. WAYNE FREY 

Tarrant City, A'abama 
Philosophie an' Religion 



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WILLIAM H. GASS 

Maryville, Tennessee 
Mathematics 




JAMES M. GIFFORD 

Shelbyville, Tennessee 

Historie 



LINDA D. GRESHAM 

Maryville, Tennessee 

Health an' Physical Education 




HELEN D. GRIFFIN 
Ocean Grove. New Jersey 

Elementarie Education 




LOIS M. GRINSTEAD 

Columbus. Ohio 

■ible an' Christian Education 




MARGARET B. GROSS 

Charleston, West Virginia 

Organ 




MARGARET A. HAGGART 

Inwood, New York 

Political Science 



S. SUE HALDEMAN 

Upper Marlboro, Maryland 

Historie 




GREGORY S. HALLEN 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Biologie 



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MARGARET L. HAY 
Dunellen, New Jersey 
Elementarie Education 



DOROTHY A. HEISMEYER 
Elizabeth, New Jersey 
Elementarie Education 










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NANCY R. HOOVEN 

Lambertville, New Jersey 

Elementarie Education 



LINDA L. HORNE 
North Decatur, Georgia 
Philosophie an' Religion 




BARBARA J. HORTMAN 

Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania 

Sociologie 









RUTH L. HOUSER 

LocMand. Ohio 

Sociologie 




I'd like to talc' advantage o" my position at th' microphone. 




W. LYNN HOWARD 

Ma ryvi lie, Tennessee 

Mathematics 



GERALD A. HUGHES 

Trenton, New Jersey 

Economics an' Business Administration 



NORMAN L. HUGHES, JR. 

Moore Haven, Florida 

Health an' Physical Education 



RUTH A. HULTS 
Roselle, New Jersey 

English 



JOY E. HUTCHESON 

Dunwoody, Georqia 

English 



A. JOHANNE IBSEN 
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 

Elementarie Education 



MARIANNE L. JEFFERSON 

Wheeling, West Virginia 

Blologie 











JOAN F. JENKINS 

St. Joseph, Michigan 

Home Economics 



JUDITH A. JENKINS 
Maryville. Tennessee 
Elementarie Education 



KAREN E. KEEN 

Chattanooqa, Tennessee 

Chemistrie 



LINDA J. KEYEES 

Maryville, Tennessee 

Sociologle 




DIANE M. KLINE 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Elementarie Education 




REBECCA B. KOZA 
Dothan, Alabama 
German, French 




ELLEN L, LANKENAU 

Dumont, New Jersey 

Health an' Physical Education 





G. STEPHEN LAVERE 

Union, New Jersey 

Historie 




J. ANN LAYMAN 

Milwaukee. Wisconsin 

Socioloqie 




SUSAN J. LAYMASTER 
Waverly, Ohio 
Art Education 



ELIZABETH R. LENDER 
Bloomfield. New Jersey 
Elementarie Education 



CHRISTINE LIM 

Bangkok, Thailand 

Chemistrie 



THOMAS M. LLEWELLYN 

St. Petersburg, Florida 

Organ 



STANFORD W. LONG 
Alcoa, Tennessee 
Political Science 




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HUGH S. McCAMPBELL 

Knoxville, Tennessee 

Bioloqie 



MICHAELA D. McCROSKEY 
Walland Tennessee 
Foreign Languages 



DENNIS C. McGOWAN 

Pataskala, Ohio 

Health an' Physical Education 



JERRY A. McNABB 

Loudon, Tennessee 

Physics 




ELIZABETH A. MAHLER 

Nashville, Tennessee 

Music 



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RICHARD J. MARSHALL 

Wilmington, Delaware 

Economics an' Business Administration 



Keep smilin', Louise! There are onlie eight mair blocks. 



SARA A. MASON 

Lewisburg, Tennessee 

English 



CHARLES W. MEEKER, JR. 

Roselle, New Jersey 

Piano 



MARTHA E. MILLER 

Columbus. Ohio 
Elementarie Education 




PAUL H. MILLIN 

East Hickory. Pennsylvania 

Political Sc'ence 







ANNABELLE MINEAR 
Coral Gables, Fla. 

Elementarie Education 



JOHN C. MULHOLLAND 

Youngstown, Ohio 

Chemistrie 



NANCY JAYNE MULLER 
Clifton, New Jersey 

Elementarie Education 



JACK A. MULLINS 

Harriman, Tennessee 

Health an' Physical Education 





JOHN O. NOEL, III 


ROSALIE L. ORCUTT 


SARA J. PARKER 


Bronx, New York 


Phoenixville. Pennsylvania 


Erie, Pennsylvania 


Historie 


Elementarie Education 


Art 




AUDREY D. POORE 

Maryville, Tennessee 
Socfologie 



DAVID R. POWELL 

Folsom, Pennsylvania 

English 



DORIS J. PRICE 

Knoxville, Tennessee 

Art 



J. SHERRY PROFFITT 

Maryvi le, Tennessee 

English 




JAMES W. PRYOR 

Knoxville. Tennessee 

Health an' Physical Education 



THEODORE D. PUTNAM 

Hazelwood, North Carolina 

Chemistrie 



RICHARD B. REED 

Trenton, New Jersey 

Health an' Physical Education 







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KEITH M. RENNE 
Bala-Cynwyd, Pennsylvania 

English 




E. JEAN REYNOLDS 
Canonsburg, Pennsylvania 

Art 




MARY F. RICKLOFF 

Hamburg, New York 

Bible an' Christian Education 



ROY L. RIES 

Levittown, Pennsylvania 

'ible an' Christian Education 





ELIZABETH L. ROBINSON 

Loveland, Ohio 

Sociologie 




Uh, Oh! John, I ken I'm gang io laugh. 



FLORENCE M. ROLLWAGEN 

Ridgewood, New Jersey 

Biologle 



JANIS M. ROSE 

Milton. Massachusetts 

Sociologie 



HELEN E. RYAN 

Louisville, Kentucky 

Political Science 



J. DALE SCHELLENGER JR. 

Gurnee, Illinois 

Historie 



ROBERT E. SCHULTZ 
Maryville. Tennessee 

Mather-a + ics 




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FAITH A. SCOTCHMER 

St. Louis, Missouri 

English 





CHRISTINE E. SCOTT 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Psychologie 



HENRY W. SEITZ 

Johnstown, Pennsylvania 

Political Science 




MARGARET E. SHAKLEE 

South Norwalk, Connecticut 

English 




MICHAEL A. SHAVER 

Blountville, Tennessee 

Music Education 



J, THOMAS SHOWALTER 

Maryville, Tennessee 

Historie 



SANDRA S. SHOWALTER 
Maryville, Tennessee 
Elementarie Education 




LEWRIGHT B. SIKES 

Murfreesboro, Tennessee 

Historie 



MARY M. SIMPSON 

Smithfield, Kentucky 

Psychologie 



JUDITH C. SIVER 

Hackensack, New Jersey 

Art Education 



SUSAN E. SOBER 

Louisville, Kentucky 

P.ycholoqie 




BETTY LOU SOCHOCKY 

Atlantic City, New Jersey 

Political Science 







JANE F. STAPP 
Maryville, Tennessee 
Elementarie Education 




O. REED TARWATER 

Maryville, Tennessee 

Chemistrie 




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CELIA C. TIFFANY 

Muncie, Indiana 

Mathematics 





SARAH E. TOMPKINS 

Lexington, Kentucky 

Music 





CAROLYN R. TURNER 

Newport, Tennessee 

Elementarie Education 



CORLISS D. VOGEL 
Cranford. New Jersey 
Elementarie Education 



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EILEENE P. WAGNER 
Springfield, New Jersey 
Elementarie Education 



OLIVER K. WILLIAMS. Ill 

Berea, Ohio 

Biologie 




MARY ANN WILSON 

Blooming ton. Illinois 
iible an' Christian Education 




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Aye, Mlther, I Icen you tauld me nae to gie grass stains on my dress. 



MARJORIE C. WISMER 

Port Huron, Michigan 

Home Economics 



W. LUPTON WOOD, JR. 

Yadkinville, North Carolina 

Historie 



DANA S. WYMAN 

Maryville, Tennessee 

Art 



MARY LEE ZORB 

Butler, Pennsylvania 

Bible an' Christian Education 






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Dave Alexander, President; Don Story, Vice-President; Patsy Eby, Secretary-Treasurer. 



Junior 



Challenge n' responsibilitie — nae rest for the wearie . . . Hamecomin's "Stock 
'em Scots" . . . Soph-Junior-Senior dance . . . Men's resident assistants (?)... 
"The Mouse That Roared" . . . Independent Studies begun — th' year o' th' 3x5 
index card . . . millions o' daisies (a' i' a chain) . . . th' yearbook o' memories — 
activities for a busie, ambitious Class o' 1967. 



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First Row: 

FRED ABRAMOFF Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

J. DAVID ALEXANDER Knoxville, Tennessee 

NANCY L. ALLEN Corryton, Tennessee 

THOMAS N. ALLEN Closter, New Jersey 

KENNETH E. ARENTSON Houston, Texas 



Second Row: 

DAVID P. ARMENTROUT Knoxville, Tennessee 

NANCY L. ARN Johnson City, Tennessee 

JOHN S. ATCHLEY Ft. Lauderdale. Florida 

ELEANOR BABINGTON-JOHNSON, Knoxville, Tennessee 
JOHANN C. BEALL Severna Park. Maryland 



Juniors 



Third Row: 

MARVIN R. BEARD Millington, Tennessee 

DAVID R. BERRY Maryville, Tennessee 

JANET L. BOGLE Oak Ridge, Tennessee 

MALCOLM V. BRANNER Maryville, Tennessee 

JAMES M. BRECKENRIDGE Decatur, Alabama 



Fourth Row: 

KATHERINE A. BROWN McLean, Virgin'a 

PATRICIA A. BROWN Winter Park, Florida 

JOYCE L. BRYAN Washington, New Jersey 

MARSHA A. BURKHART Memphis. Tennessee 

MARILYN L. CALDWELL Decatur, Georgia 






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First Row: 

DONNA R. CIEPLY Utica, New York 

JOSE A. COBAS, III Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico 

FLORENCE D. CORBETT .... St. Petersburg, Florida 

REBECA E. CRUZ-ALVAREZ Miami, Florida 

M. ELIZABETH CURRIE . . Greensboro, North Carolina 



Second Row: 

THOMAS S. DICKSON St. Petersburg, Florida 

SUE F. DONALDSON Miraj, India 

ELIZABETH A. DORAN Cookeville, Tennessee 

F. CHARLES DOSCHER Merrick, New York 

H. RAYMOND EATON .... Wyalusing, Pennsylvania 



Juniors 



Third Row: 

PATSY L. EBY Ocean City, Maryland 

FRANK M. EGGERS, II Maryville, Tennessee 

WILLIAM K. EVAUL Banner Elk, North Carolina 

K. JEAN FERGUSON . . . Bryson City, North Carolina 
MARTHA I. FRAZIER Knoxville, Tennessee 



Fourth Row: 

PAMELA C. FREDRICKSON . . Dravosburg, Pennsylvania 

SABRA L. GALBRAITH Concord, Tennessee 

SUZANNE C. GAMSBY . . . Hammondsport, New York 

SUE C. GASTON Lake Wales, Florida 

NANCY G. GILLINGHAM . . . Short Hills, New Jersey 




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First Row: 

CHARLES C. GILMORE Maryville, Tennessee 

BARBARA A. GOODE Indianapolis, Indiana 

JEANNE R. GRAHAM Youngstown, Ohio 

JOHN A. GRAHAM Youngstown. Ohio 

FRANK N. GREADY South Lyon, Michigan 



Second Row: 

ELLEN C. HAMLETT Nashville, Tennessee 

JUDY A. HANNAH Horsham, Pennsylvania 

DAVID C. HARRIS Amarillo, Texas 

ROBERT L. HART Enid, Oklahoma 

INGRID B. HELLMER Lynnfield, Massachusetts 



Juniors 



Third Row: 

KATHARINE L. HINGER Alexandria, Virginia 

JEFFREY N. HINKLE Pluckemin, New Jersey 

KENNETH R. HITCHENS . . . Warminster, Pennsylvania 

STEPHEN R. HODGSON Oxon Hill, Maryland 

SARA V. HUMPHRIES Birmingham, Alabama 



Fourth Row: 

DAVID P. HUTCHISON Scranton, Pennsylvania 

GAIL L. IGO Allison Park, Pennsylvania 

IBBIE A. JACK Knoxville. Tennessee 

I. PATRICIA JOHNSON Jacksonville, Florida 

KEITH E. JONES Pottstown, Pennsylvania 




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First Row: 

ZETA E. JONES Bristol, Tennessee 

VIMOL JOTIKASTHIRA . . Bangkapi Bangkok, Thailand 
CAROL L. KAUFMANN . . . North Hills, Pennsylvania 

JOHN A. KERR, JR Maryville, Tennessee 

MARTHA A. LAFFERTY Claymont, Delaware 



Second Row: 

FRANCES J. LANTZ Powell, Tennessee 

FRANKLIN LATHAM Louisville, Mississippi 

ALICE B. LEETH Lebanon, Tennessee 

SALLY S. LINCK Richmond, Virginia 

DAVID E. LINEBAUGH Struthers, Ohio 



Juniors 



Third Row: 

OSWALDO A. LOPEZ Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

CHRISTINE L. LUNDSTEDT . , Pocomoke City, Maryland 

MARY JO McCONEGHY Bethesda, Maryland 

SANDRA L. McMAHAN Maryville, Tennessee 

MARGARETTE V. MAHON .... Knoxville, Tennessee 



Fourth Row: 

JOSEPH J. MALLOY, JR Loudon, Tennessee 

MARGARET J. MALONE . . Fernandina Beach, Florida 

EDNA J. MANTZ Clinton, Tennessee 

ROBERT E. MARINO Colonia, New Jersey 

CAROL R. MATHIAS Long Island, New York 




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First Row: 

KRISTIN V. MATTSON 
KARL W. MILLER 
MARGARET LEE MOFFETT 
VALINDA J. MONDUL 
HAZEL C. MYERS 



Falls Church, Virginia 

Dover, New Jersey 

Oyster Bay, New York 

Miami, Florida 

. . Columbus, Ohic 



Second Row: 

BARBARA A. NEAD . . . 
PAULA E. NEILSON 
ALFRED F. NELSON, JR. 
DAVID L. OAKES 
PATRICK C. O'BRYAN 



. . Richmond, Indiana 

Miami Springs, Florida 

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 

- Syracuse, New York 

. . Norfolk, Virginia 



Juniors 



Third Row: 

CAROLINE OSIKOWICZ . . Mount Clemens, Michigan 

LINDA A. PALMER Stamford, Connecticut 

JOAN L. PAUL Lexington, Kentucky 

MIRIAM L. PETERSON Hampton, Virginia 

CHARLES L. PETZE, III New Castle, Delaware 



Fourth Row: 

MEREDITH A. PIERCE .... Rehoboth Beach, Delaware 

JOYCE A. PIGGE Mr. Vernon, Illinois 

W. HAROLD PORTER Columbus, Mississippi 

RONALD L. PRITTS Canonsburg, Pennsylvania 

GINGER L. PROFFITT Alcoa, Tennessee 



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First Row: 

CAROL E. PUSEY Allison Park, Pennsylvania 

DAVID P. RAMSEY Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania 

MARILYN K. RANKiN Nashville, Tennessee 

CORNELIA M. REYNOLDS .... North East, Maryland 
CHARLES D. RIDINGS Walland, Tennessee 



Second Row: 

REVA J. ROARK Alexandria. Virginia 

RICHARD L. ROWETT Newton, New Jersey 

WILLIAM J. RUMSEY Dover, New Jersey 

DOROTHY L. SANSBURY Springfield, Virginia 

KATHERINE L. SCHUSSLER . . . Houston, Pennsylvania 



Juniors 



Third Row: 

DAVID L. SEELEY Thompsonville, Connecticut 

EDWARD D. SMITH Alcoa, Tennessee 

JAYNE C. SMITH Bel Air, Maryland 

REBECCA SMITH Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri 

DAVID SMOOK El Dorado Springs, Missouri 



Fourth Row: 

E. WAYNE SOUTH Phillipsburg, New Jersey 

DAVID L. SPENCER Cleveland, Tennessee 

JAMES E. STOCKBURGER . . . . Oak Ridge, Tennessee 

DONALD W. STORY Maryville, Tennessee 

J. SHELBY SULLIVAN Owensboro, Kentucky 





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First Row: 

TERRY D. SYBRANT Newark, California 

WILLIAM E. TALMAGE .... San Francisco, California 

JUDY K. TEMPLETON Kingsport, Tennessee 

DAVID G. TERRILL Bethesda, Maryland 

ELAINE A. THOMAS Annemanie, Alabama 



Second Row: 

JOSEPH E. THOMAS Birmingham, Alabama 

BARBARA J. TURPIN Evansville, Indiana 

HEATHER J. VANDYKE Niles. Michigan 

FRED R. VANHARTESVELDT Lakeland. Florida 

W. JERRY WEEKS Knoxville, Tennessee 



Juniors 



Third Row: 

VIRGINIA M. WELLS Silver Spring, Maryland 

MARGARET A. WILLIAMS . . Middletown, Pennsylvania 

CATHERINE L. WISSLER Suffern, New York 

JOHN G. WOLFE, III Baldwinsville, New York 

RACHEL A. WOOD Hammonton, New Jersey 



Fourth Row: 

MAREN J. WRIGHT Gurnee, Illinois 

SUZANNE A. WYMAN '. Maryville, Tennessee 

ROBERT A. YOUNG, JR St. Petersburg, Florida 




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MARYVILLECOLLEGE 

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<**■» GET0W N RM . 

OCT- ' niiiFORD 

OCT. 23 Homecoming g00 P.M. 







Cole Piper, Vice-President; Barbara Roberts, Secretary-Treasurer; Scrib Messenger, President. 



Back for anitiher guid year ... Is tha' a genie wi' a crysta' ba'? (Wha' a pep 
rallie!) . . . freshman-sophomore picinic . . . Hamecomin' Parade — "Guillotine Guil- 
ford" . . . student mixer alter the Mars Hill game . . . "Oklahoma" — a huge .success 
. . . sophomore cheerin' competition ... a year o' memorable activities for th' 
Class o' 1968. 



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First Row: 

JOHN R. AGNEW Wayne, Pennsylvania 

DAMRONGBHORN AMATAYAKUL .... Bangkok, Thailand 

MARTHA E. ANDERSON McDonald, Pennsylvania 

SUSAN E. ANDERSON Oak Ridge, New Jersey 

SARAH V. BABELAY Knoxville, Tennessee 

HELEN G. BEATTY Covington, Ohio 

NANCY R. BENNETT Miami, Florida 

Second Row: 

EDWIN J. BEST, JR Maryville. Tennessee 

WILLIAM C. BIRCH Cincinnati. Ohio 

KATHLEEN M. BISHOP Stuttgart, Germany 

RUTH A. BLACK Chattanooga. Tennessee 

WILLIAM H. BLACKWOOD . . . Manchester, New Hampshire 

SANDRA K. BOATMAN Knoxville. Tennessee 

CAROLYN E. BOAZ Newton, New Jersey 

Third Row: 

ROBERT J. BODNAR Hamburg, New Jersey 

DONALD L. BRACKBILL Jamesburg, New Jersey 

JOHN W. BRAYMER Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania 

RUSSELL J. BRIGHT Madison. Wisconsin 

J. VICTOR BROWN, JR Maryville. Tennessee 

MERRY L. BURLINGHAM Deerfield Beach. Florida 

JOHN T. CAMPBELL Turtle Creek. Pennsylvania 




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Fourth Row: 

SUSAN J. CARR Medford. Massachusetts 

JANCHAI CHANGTRAKUL Bangkok, Thailand 

ROBERTA M. CHESNEY Charleston, West Virginia 

DEAN E. CLARK Glen Ellyn. Illinois 

PATRICIA A. CLENDENEN Knoxville, Tennessee 

TRUDY K. COCHRAN Maryville. Tennessee 

CAROL B. COCKE Memphis. Tennessee 



Fifth Row: 

AUDREY J. COUSART Lansdowne. Pennsylvania 

CYNTHIA A. COWGILL McLean, Virginia 

HARVEY C. CRABTREE Loudon. Tennessee 

ETHEL C. CUBBIN Rydal, Pennsylvania 

MARGARET S. DAVIS St. Augustine, Florida 

MARILYN DAVIS Brooklyn, New York 

KATHY H. DOANE West Yarmouth. Massachusetts 



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First Row: 

DANIEL E. EIDSON Maryville, Tennessee 

THOMAS L. ELLIS Maryville. Tennessee 

ANITA I. EMERICK Greenfield, Ohio 

RONALD A. FAGAN Tullahoma, Tennessee 

JAMES M. FAN San Jul, Castle Peal, Hong Kong 

PATRICIA E. FELLER Denville, New Jersey 

MARY JANE FINKE Murphysboro, Illinois 



Second Row: 

JAMES E. FORT Plainfield, New Jersey 

DOUGLAS A. GAMBLE Maryville, Tennessee 

CARL W. GEHMAN, JR Ouakertown, Pennsylvania 

LINDA A. GIESSELMANN Oakland, New Jersey 

MARYBETH GILLANDER Greeneville, Tennessee 

H. GAIL GOVE Vineland, New Jersey 

MARGARET E. GREEN Teaneck, New Jersey 




Third Row: 

I. EARNEST GREENO . . • Sarasota, Florida 

CHERYL S. HALEY Dickinson, Texas 

DIANE K. HALL Richmond, Indiana 

ELIZABETH A. HALL Silver Spring. Maryland 

ROBERT J. HANNA Somerville, New Jersey 

WANDA G. HANNAH Maryville. Tennessee 

WILLIAM E. HARMON Maryville, Tennessee 

Fourth Row: 

DAVID HARRIS, II Trenton, New Jersey 

PATRICIA H. HARVEY Florence, Alabama 

JAMES B. HECK Baltimore, Maryland 

ROBERT W. HEDGES Madison, New Jersey 

H. CRAIG HELLER Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania 

JOHN R. HENDERSON, JR Glenshaw, Pennsylvania 

JOSEPH W. HENRY , Alcoa, Tennessee 

Fifth Row: 

JIM L. HOGUE Denver, Colorado 

CAROLYN A. HORTON Clinton, Tennessee 

JENNY L. JETT Maryville, Tennessee 

JUDY L. JOHNS Atlanta, Georgia 

MARIE E. JOHNSON Jacksonville, Florida 

A. TERESA JOSEY Smyrna, Georgia 

ALICE W. JUNKIN Taichung, Taiwan 



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First Row: 

W. EUGENE KEELER Houston, Pennsylvania 

JANET L. KRAUSE Landenberg, Pennsylvania 

BETTY JO LEARY Orlando, Florida 

E. ANN LeFURGEY Elkin, North Carolina 

BARBARA J. LEWIS Owensboro, Kentucky 

LINDA V. LEWIS Westfield, New Jersey 

RONALD R. LUCAS Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Second Row: 

RALPH L. McCAMPBELL Knoxville, Tennessee 

LINDA J. McCLAIN Knoxville, Tennessee 

DOUGLAS B. McGRUTHER Wayne, New Jersey 

REBECCA A. McMILLAN Maryville, Tenneseee 

LINDA C. McNAIR '. . Birmingham, Alabama 

CHRISTINE C. MacCORMACK Jackson, Tennessee 

PATRICIA A. MacHARG St. Clair Shores, Michigan 

Third Row: 

FHYLLIS H. MacKINTOSH Baden, Pennsylvania 

H. RICHARD MAHLER. Ill Nashville, Tennessee 

MARGARET C. MANN Union, West Virginia 

KENNETH B. MARINE, JR Maryville, Tennessee 

DANIELLE D. MARKLEY Cincinnati. Ohio 

DONNA C. MEADOWS Bradenton, Florida 

JERRY D. MELTON, JR Maryville, Tennessee 



Fourth Row: 

SCRIBNER A. MESSENGER Bartlesville. Oklahoma 

CENISE MEURY West Trenton, New Jersey 

GARY R. MEYER Cincinnati. Ohio 

BETTY L. MILAM Orlando, Florida 

LAURIE J. MILLER Ft. McClellan, Alabama 

MARGARET A. MILLER Powell. Tennessee 

M. DAVIS MILLER. II Lexington, Kentucky 



Fifth Row:' 

BEVERLY N. MINEAR Coral Gables. Florida 

MARION E. MOFFETT Lexington, Indiana 

RICHARD W. MORDE Falls Church, Virginia 

MUFFET MOREHEAD Kingsport, Tennessee 

DEBORAH MOSES Tampa. Florida 

DONNA L. MOSS Garfield, Heights. Ohio 

JOHN A. MYERS Chattanooga. Tennessee 




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First Row: 

J. PETER NEALE Memphis, Tennessee 

RICHARD E. NELSON Snow Hill, Maryland 

HOWARD A. NEWMAN Roslyn, Pennsylvania 

LOUIS R. NEWMAN Roselle Park. New Jersey 

ROBERT B. NICHOLAS Union, New Jersey 

FETER J. PARK Maryvllle, Tennessee 

B. ELANE PARKER Atlanta, Georgia 



Third Row: 

W. DOUGLAS PRICE Ashtabula. Ohio 

DAN R. OUARLES Canton, Georgia 

LYNN L. RAMSEY Maryvllle, Tennessee 

SANDRA L. RAPP Henderson, Kentucky 

BARBARA L. ROBERTS Maryvllle, Tennessee 

EDWARD B. ROBERTS, JR Maryville, Tennessee 

META Y. ROBINSON Olive Branch, Mississippi 



Fourth Row: 

NANCY L. ROMINGER Lakewood, Ohio 

VIRGINIA C. ROSEBOROUGH Jacksonville, Florida 

SHIELDA Y. ROSS Knoxville, Tennessee 

H. LEE ROWLAND Strafford-Wayne, Pennsylvania 

SUSAN G. ROWLEY Orlando, Florida 

ANDREW D. RUHLIN Trenton, New Jersey 

NANCY P. RYAN Louisville, Kentucky 



Second Row: 

BETTY M. PATTERSON Alexandria, Virginia 

LINDA A. PAULSON Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania 

GEORGE G. PAXTON, II Washington, Pennsylvania 

DON PAYNE, JR Greeneville, Tennessee 

GARY L. PHILLIPS Decatur, Georgia 

A. COLEMAN PIPER Morrisville, Pennsylvania 

DAVID A. POLEY Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



Fifth Row: 

REBECCA J, SANKNER St. Petersburg, Florida 

CHARLEEN J. SCHMIDT Livingston, New Jersey 

SUSAN C. SCOTT Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

ISABEL L. SHELLEY Knoxville. Tennessee 

CHARLOTTE SHERROD Knoxville, Tennessee 

JEFFREY R. M. SKRINAR Lincroft, New Jersey 

BRUCE SMITH Collingswood, New Jersey 




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First Row: 

DEE ANN SMITH Emerson. New Jersey 

MARTHA D. SMITH Wilmington. Delaware 

RICHARD R, STEVENSON Mercer, Pennsylvania 

DENNIS K. STEWARD Port Royal, Pennsylvania 

MARJORIE STEWART Salem, New Jersey 

DARRELL J. STOKER Columbia. South Carolina 

DANIEL F, STYLES Arlington, Virginia 

Second Row: 

RICHARD A. SULTZBACH . Morrisville. Pennsylvania 

SUSAN E. TALMAGE Westmont, New Jersey 

JULIA A. TATE Bellbrook, Ohio 

ELIZABETH C. TRENT Hatboro. Pennsylvania 

KATHLEEN TROWBRIDGE Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

CAROL A. VANDEGRIFF Atlanta, Georgia 

LISBETH J. VINCENT . . . Paulsboro, New Jersey 

Third Row: 

E. GAYLE WALKER Lebanon, Tennessee 

LAURIE A. WALLER Neenah, Wisconsin 

A. REBECCA WATSON Harlingen, Texas 

JANET L. WELLS Nashville, Tennessee 

J. STEPHEN WINTERMUTE ■. . Kansas City, Kansas 

PHYLLIS A. WOHLERS Livingston, New Jersey 

GEORGE V. WOOD Hammonton, New Jersey 




Fourth Row: 

SHERRY F. WOOD Cleveland. Tennessee 

DOROTHEA J. WOODALL Kingston, Tennessee 

BARBARA L. WOODWORTH Coral Gables. Florida 

RONALD A. WORSTELL Canonsburg, Pennsylvania 

THOMAS S. WYLIE Washington, Pennsylvania 

JEANNE A. YARRINGTON Glenslde, Pennsylvania 

RICHARD G. YATES, JR Oxford. Pennsylvania 



Fifth Row: 
KATHERINE YODER 



East Palestine, Ohio 





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Craig Rigell, President; Sandra Johnson, Secretary-Treasurer; David Welch, Vice-President. 



Freshman 



Fu' o' spirit, pep, an' workers . . . th' "meetin'est" class on campus . . . experimental 
orientation an' P.D.A.!! . . . Rush Week, Facultie Reception, President's Reception, 
a plastered smile . . . second place Homecomin' float "Friendlie Persuasion" . . . 
Freshman Honaker Bowl pep ra Hie an' Barnwarmin' Booth ... a band par excellence 
— The Great Mice . . . countin' days an' e'en hoors til holidays an' HOME . . . 
this, th' 150th class, hae foond an' come to luv its new home at Maryville College. 



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First Row: 

KENNETH W. AINSLIE Memphis, Tennessee 

THOMAS V. ALDERSON Wilmington, Delaware 

KYLE C. ANDERSON Loudon. Tennessee 

LYNN V. ANTHONY Murray Hill, New Jersey 

SUE E. ANTHONY Maryville, Tennessee 

PETER C. ARMSTRONG Lake Wales, Florida 

CHARLES H. ASCHOFF Belvidere, New Jersey 

MARGARET E. AYRES St. Louis, Missouri 

WILLIAM E. BAIRD, JR Claremont, California 

Second Row: 

DIANA L. BARNETT Spokane, Washington 

HELEN F. BARR Kingsport, Tennessee 

G. ALICE BARTON Maryville, Tennessee 

WILLIAM A. BATES Portland, Connecticut 

G. JEFFREY BEANE Paradise, Pennsylvania 

J. MACK BETTIS Memphis, Tennessee 

H. JANE BLANCHARD Chattanooga, Tennessee 

NANCY C. BOODY Norris, Tennessee 

PEGGY L. BORING Maryville, Tennessee 

Third Row: 

ROBERT B. BOSCO Belvidere, New Jersey 

NOREEN T. BOVIS North Springfield, Virginia 

KATHRYN A. BRIDGES Corinth, Mississippi 

WILLIAM E. BRISCOE Clinton, Tennessee 

GEORGE W. BROWN Harriman, Tennessee 

M. ALEXANDER BROWN Summit, New Jersey 

JANET S. BUNCH Morristown, Tennessee 

WILLIAM A. CAMPTON Glenside. Pennsylvania 

JANE C. CARD Hermitage, Tennessee 



Fourth Row: 

DAVID S. CHAMBLISS Chattanooga, Tennessee 

BRIAN H. CHILDS USNA Annapolis. Maryland 

BRUCE A. CHITTICK Buffalo. New York 

MICHAEL CHOMYK Wilmington. Delaware 

MARY C. CHRISTOFFERSON Maryville, Tennessee 

MARTHA A. CLABO Friendship. Tennessee 

CINDY L. CLYMANS Newville. Pennsylvania 

JACKIE M. COLYER Maryville, Tennessee 

WILLIAM W. COX Youngstown. Ohio 

Fifth Row: 

DAVID N. CRAWFORD Maryville. Tennessee 

DAVID G. CROFT Erie, Penn:. 

LEAH, E. CROMER Winona Lake, Indiana 

ALAN G. CROPPER Wilmington Delaware 

DAVID L. CURETON Washington. New Jersey 

CATHERINE M. CURRIE Decatur. Georgia 

TRAVIS M. CUTRIGHT Canonsburg, Pennsylvania 

DANA E. DASHER Miami, Florida 

NANCY J. DAVIDSON Huntsville. r 





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First Row: 

CHARLES M. DAVIES Waukesha, Wisconsin 

JOE M. DAWSON Maryville, Tennessee 

LEWIS A. DeLANO Snow Hill, Maryland 

STEPHEN DeLAPP Knoxville, Tennessee 

ERNEST A. DELLARIPA Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 

JAMES M. DeMONTIGNEY .... Mt. Holly. New Jersey 

SARAH L. DENNEY Watertown, New Jersey 

PHILIP DerPILBOSIAN Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 

JAMES K. DiCARLO San Francisco, California 

Second Row: 

TERRY E. DORSETT Ashland, Kentucky 

JOHN C. DOWLING East Brunswick. New Jersey 

DIANA L. DRAKE Buffalo, New York 

L. LYNN DUKE Bartow, Florida 

LESLIE V. DUNSON Dayton, Ohio 

THOMAS W. DUXBURY West Orange, New Jersey 

NANCY S. EAKER Decatur, Alabama 

MARTHA S. EDINGTON Knoxville, Tennessee 

C. SUE EDWARDS Cincinnati, Ohio 



Third Row: 

WILLIAM H. EGGERS, JR Maryville, Tennessee 

JOY A. EICHHORN Cincinnati, Ohio 

JANET S. ELLIS Chattanooga, Tennessee 

LAUREL M. ERSKINE Manchester, New Hampshire 

SAMMY W. FARIS Abilene, Texas 

SUSAN J. FERSHEE Carlisle, Ohio 

ROSLEEN FOSTER Plainfield, New Jersey 

SAMUEL B. GARNER Venore, Tennessee 

R. WHITIS GARRETT Bartow, Florida 

Fourth Row: 

MARK J. GILLESPIE Venetia, Pennsylvania 

ELLEN M. GOULD , . Biblia, Lolcdorf, Cameroun, West Africa 

WALTER P. GRADY New York, New York 

SALLY P. GREEN Windsor Locks, Connecticut 

DOUGLAS M. GREENE Cincinnati, Ohio 

LINDA L. GREGG .... Scenery Hill, Pennsylvania 

E. MARGARET HAILSTONE . . Camp Lejeune, North Carolina 

M. CATHERINE HALLMAN Fort Valley, Georgia 

JUDY A. HANNAH Maryville, Tennessee 

Fifth Row: 

DAVID R. HARDY Long Valley, New Jersey 

STEVE B. HARDY Cincinnati, Ohio 

ROBERT L. HARNER, III Midwest City, Oklahoma 

CHARLES G. HILL BelAir, Maryland 

JEAN H. HOBSON Staunton, Virginia 

MARY E. HODGES Greenback, Tennessee 

AREERAT HONGSPAN Maryville, Tennessee 

LORRAINE HOTALEN Newton, New Jersey 

C. DIANE HOUSEHOLDER Knoxville, Tennessee 






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First Row: 

GERUY C. HOWARD Maryville, Tennessee 

JUANITA G. HOWELL Maryville, Tennessee 

HENRY YUEH-FOO HSU Sao Paulo, Brazil 

SUSAN L. HULIT Billings, Montana 

GWEN K. HUMPHREYS Ewa Beach, Hawaii 

SANDRA S. HUNTER Burgettstown, Pennsylvania 

PAMELA D. HUSKEY Gatlinburg, Tennessee 

STEVE L. HUTSELL Maryville, Tennessee 

NANCY E. HYDE Maryville, Tennessee 

Second Row: 

ALFRED E. JABLONSKI . . . Washington College, Tennessee 

CAROL L. JAMES Kettering, Ohio 

SANDRA L. JAMISON . . . . New Wilmington, Pennsylvania 

SANDRA L. JOHNSON Johnson City, Tennessee 

LINDA D. KEEBLE Alcoa, Tennessee 

SUSAN K. KETCHUM Dodgeville, Wisconsin 

FRANK L. KILGARD, JR Coral Gables, Florida 

WALTER S. KINSELL Absecon, New Jersey 

KRISTINE KITTEL Tucker, Georgia 

Third Row: 

KAY E. KLIMSTRA Carbondale, Illinois 

FRANCIE L. KLINDT Knoxville, Tennessee 

ELLEN C. KNAPP Hatboro, Pennsylvania 

ROBERT J. KUSEK Homestead, Pennsylvania 

REBECCA A. LAGLE Bradenton, Florida 

BRENDA K. LAIPPLY Mansfield, Ohio 

GORDON A. LAKE McGuire A.F.B., New Jersey 

RICHARD L. LAMBERT Maryville, Tennessee 

KENNETH S. LANDRETH Marion. Virginia 



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ELLEN A. LEIBROCK Newport. Tennessee 

JOYCE E. LEIBUNDGUTH Evansville, Indiana 

ANN S. LITTLE Jackson, Mississippi 

MARY LEE LORING Smithville, Tennessee 

ALIDA S. McARTHUR Maryville. Tennessee 

JUDITH K. McARTHUR Maryville. Tennessee 

KAREN J. McGILL Knoxville, Tennessee 

JOHN R. McLAUGHLIN Lutherville. Maryland 

MARK W. McMASTER Hellam, Pennsylvania 

Fifth Row: 

SUSAN M. MacKENZIE Wynnewood, Pennsylvania 

LESLIE E. MAHAFFEY Memphis. Tennessee 

JOHN J. MAIETTA. JR Morristown. New Jersey 

M. CARROLL MANLEY Maryville, Tennessee 

MERRILY MANN Atlanta, Georgia 

MIKE J. MARLOWE Chattanooga, Tennessee 

ALAN T. MARSHALL Wilmington, Delaware 

THOMAS G. MARSTON Wyncote Pennsylvania 

ARTHUR S. MASKER Pleasantville, New Jersey 







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First Row: 

WILLIAM G. MATHIESON 
DAVID B. MAXWELL 
DONNA J. MAYNARD 
PETER A. MOFFETT 
MARTHALYNN MONROE 
JAMES C. MOORE, JR. . 
JIM R. MULLENDORE 
KATHLEEN L MUSGRAVE 
AMBER L. MYERS . 



St. Louis, Missouri 

Delaware, Ohio 

. . Maryville, Tennessee 

Lexington, Indiana 

Roseland, New Jersey 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Paris, Missouri 

Stillwater, Oklahoma 

Townsend, Tennessee 



Second Row: 

CHARLES H. MYERS Hammonton, New Jersey 

LINDA L. NEEL Alliance, Ohio 

KATHLEEN R. NELSON Seattle, Washington 

MARCIA A. NEWLIN .... Charlotte. North Carolina 

STEPHANIE J. NOWAKOWSKI Knoxville, Tennessee 

ALICE M. ORMAN Knoxville, Tennessee 

SHARON L. OWINGS Plain-field. New Jersey 

MARY E. PADDISON Memphis, Tennessee 

SUSAN D. PARKER Wheeler, A.F.B., Hawaii 



Third Row: 

JEFFREY L PENNY Mansfield, Ohio 

MICHAEL R. PEPPER Harrison, Ohio 

RUTH A. PETERSON Hampton, Virginia 

ROBERT B. PHILLIPS Levittown, Pennsylvania 

G. KERN PISER . Smyrna, Delaware 

CELIA D. POTH . . . Perrysville, Ohio 

■SUSAN K. POWERS Vineland, New Jersey 

PRAON PRADIPASEN Maryville, Tennessee 

LILLIAN L. PROFFITT Maryville, Tennessee 

Fourth Row: 

SHARON A. PUSEY Allison Park, Pennsylvania 

DIANE E. REED Oak Park, Illinois 

LINDA J. REIFENKUGEL Brooklyn, New York 

JOYCE B. REIMERS Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

PAUL T. REITER Miami, Florida 

WILLIAM F. REMENSCHNEIDER . Rochelle Park, New Jersey 

ANN E. REYNOLDS Clearwater, Florida 

JAMES T. REYNOLDS Wallingford, Pennsylvania 

CRAIG D. RIGELL Baltimore, Maryland 

Fifth Row: 

DAVID H. RONCO Springfield, New Jersey 

MARY LEE ROSEBOROUGH Jacksonville, Florida 

JUNE M. ROSTAN Valdese. North Carolina 

ROBERT D. ROTHROCK Ber q enfield, New Jersey 

CHARLES L. RUMFORD Colwyn, Pennsylvania 

LINDEN H. ST. CLAIR Gladwyne, Pennsylvania 

ROBERT L. SAMMONS Dayton, Ohio 

GEORGE C. SCHNITZER Clark, New Jersey 

SARA J. SCHUG Covington, Louisiana 



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First Row: 

MARY JANE SCHUSSLER Houston, Pennsylvania 

KAREN L. SCHWARZWALDER . New Providence, New Jersey 

SCOTT C. SEELEY Hobart. Indiana 

LINDA S. SHANLEY Elsmore, California 

HOPE SHIELDS Maryville, Tennessee 

SUSAN A. SIMONS Rabun Gap, Georgia 

CHARLES H. SLAYBAUGH Rising Sun, Maryland 

BRENDA J. SLOAN Walland, Tennessee 

Second Row: 

KATHLEEN S. SMITH Burgettstown, Pennsylvania 

NANCY L. SMITH .... South Hadley Falls, Massachusetts 

RICHARD T. SMITH Cleveland, Ohio 

STUART H. SMITH Miami, Florida 

J. DELZIA SNYDER Knoxville, Tennessee 

JAMES A. STAIANO Califon, New Jersey 

BARBARA A. STEPHENSON Kettering, Ohio 

JOSEPH D. STEVENS Beaver Falls, New York 

N. SUZANNE STONE Shelbyville, Tennessee 

Third Row: 

SUE A. SULLIVAN Clearwater, Florida 

LINDA S. TAYLOR Maryville, Tennessee 

STEPHEN W. TAYLOR St. Petersburg, Florida 

W. DAVID THRALL Indianapolis, Indiana 

MELODY J. THURMAN Cincinnati, Ohio 

FRANK TIDIKIS Bridgeport, Pennsylvania 

VIRGINIA C. TIFFANY Muncie, Indiana 

KENNETH A. TRINTER Bernardsville, New Jersey 

JACOUE R. TUCKER Memphis, Tennessee 



Fourth Row: 

NANCY S. VANN Miami, Florida 

HENRY B. VAN SANT Hulmeville. Pennsylvania 

KENNETH S. VERHEECK Hackensack, New Jersey 

D. SUE VEST Knoxville, Tennessee 

CHERYL F. VINCELL Lawrenceburg, Kentucky 

CAROL A. VOLK Alcoa, Tennessee 

JERRY L. VORNBERGER Columbus, Ohio 

ALICE E. WEAVER Loudon. Tennessee 

MARJORIE J. WEBB Maryville. Tennessee 

Fifth Row: 

DAVID L. WELCH Cincinnati, Ohio 

L. ANN WHITE Huntsville, Alabama 

PATRICIA D. WILKE Columbus, Ohio 

TIMOTHY B. WILSON Eighty Four, Pennsylvania 

W. FRANKLIN WILSON Colllngswood, New Jersey 

JANICE E. WINKLER Fort Thomas. Kentucky 

M. DIANE WOOD Yadkinville, North Carolina 

W. SCOTT WOOD, III . . . . APO San Francisco, California 
JOHN KEE-CHUN YUEN Sao Paulo, Brazil 




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Senior Directorie 



CLINTON ODIS ABBOTT, JR., Morgantcn Rd,, Friendsville. Tenn. 
Major: Heal*h an' Physical Education. Football (Letterman, Co- 
captain), Wrestlin' (Letterman). 



RONALD BRIAN CHEEK, 805 S 1 0th St., Richmond, Ind. Major: 
Economics an' Business Administration. Kappa Phi, Circle K, YMCA, 
Chilhowean, Intramurals, Resident Assistant. 



ARCHIE HOUSTON ANDERSON, Morganton Rd., Maryville. Tenn. 
Major: Health an' Physical Education. Football (Letterman). 

TERRY LEROY AMON, I I Bartell Place. Clark, N. J. Major: Economics 
an' Business Administration. Kappa Phi (Secretarie) , MSC Council 
(Secretarie-Treasurer, President), YMCA, Echo, Social Committee, 
Student Facultfe Senate. Student Council, Barnwarmin', Track (Let- 
terman ) . 



SANDRA RAYE CHITTICK, 5 Belmont Dr., Buffalo, N. Y. Major: 
Historie. Theta Epsilon, PI Delta Phi (President, Vice-President), 
International Relations, UCCF, American Chemical Societie, Nu 
Gamma, Echo (Feature Editor), Chilhowean, Human Relations 
Comm.. Intramurals, Who's Who. 

KENNETH LESTER CHRISTY, Rt. 3, Box 30, Lutz, Fla. Major: Historie. 
MSC, Playhouse, Football (Letterman). 



EDWARD KEITH BAILEY, Rt. No. 2, Maryville. Tenn. Major: Health 
an' Physical Education. Football (Letterman). 

EDNA MAE BEATTY. 105 E. Wright St., Covington, Ohio. Major: Ele- 
mentarie Education. SNEA, YWCA, UCCF (Campus Life Comm.), 
Band Orchestra. Messiah, Sophomore Aide, Intramurals. 

ERIC LLEWELLYN BERGMAN, 221 Arcadia Dr., Champaign III. Ma- 
jor: Historie. Alpha Sigma. UCCF, Chilhowean (Facultie Editor), 
Hin', Intramurals, Senior Class Vice-President. 

JAMES EDWARD BERNARD, 18 Madison Av. Batavia, N.Y. Major: 
Psychologie. Alpha Sigma, Psi Sigma Mu, Choir. Messiah. Intra- 
murals. 



ARDIS LOUISE CHUBB, 3809 Ventnor Ave., Apt. No. 5, Atlantic City, 
N. J. Major: Elementarie Education. Theta Epsilon, SNEA, Stu- 
dent Council (Projects Comm.), Women's Choir, Vesper Choir, 
Messiah, Playhouse. Talent Show, Intramurals. 

RICHARD CHARLES CLEASBY, 500 Westward Dr., Miami Springs, 
Fla. Major: Bible an' Christian Education. Alpha Sigma, UCCF (So- 
cial Comm., Special Education Teacher). 

WILLIAM O, COVERT, 1309 Parkview Dr., Macomb, III. Major: Mathe- 
matics. Alpha Sigma (Treasurer), Intramurals. 

BRENDA CHERYL COX, Rt. I, Louisville. Tenn. Major: Elementarie 
Education, SNEA. 



JANICE KAY BEST, Rt. No. I, Friendsville. Tenn. Ma|or : Mathematics. 
Chi Beta, YWCA. UCCF, Sophomore Aide, Messiah, Senior Class 
Secretarie-Treasurer. 

MARCIA JEANNE BISHOP, Bldg. 6-A-8 Kelley Barracks, Mohringen, 
Stuttgart, Germany. Major: Elementarie Education. Theta Epsilon 
(Athletic Co-chairman], WAA (Council, Publicise Comm.), SNEA. 

SUE ANNE BLAIR, 126 Nevada Cr., Oak Ridge, Tenn. Major: English. 
Echo, Messiah. 



LOUISE ADELINE CRAWFORD, 720 Washington, Maryville. Tenn. 
Major: English. Chi Beta (Rush Week), Alpha Gamma Sigma (Presi- 
dent), WSGA (Coordlnatin' Council, Secretarie-Treasurer, Presi- 
dent), YWCA, Student Council, Band (Treasurer), Theater, Baldwin 
Secretarie, Baldwin House Chairman, Echo, Sophomore Aide, Nu 
Gamma, Daisie Chain, Student-Facultie Senate, Homecomin' Court, 
Alpha Gamma Sigma Award, Who's Who. 

MICHAEL ROY DALTON, Walland. Tenn. Major: Mathematics. Foot- 
ball (Co-captain, Letterman), Basketball (Letterman), Track (Let- 
terman), Who's Who. 



JANE LOUISE BRENCKMAN, 271 E. 5th Ave., Roselle, N. J. Major: 
Enalish. Chi Beta, SNEA, Vesper Choir (Tour), Messiah, Playhouse 
Chilhowean, Echo, Secretarie — Lloyd Hall. 

SANDRA ELIZABETH BRIGGS, R. D. No. I, 259B, Washington, Penn. 
•: Chemistrie. Theta Epsilon, American Chemical Societie (Sec- 
B, G. (Initiation Chairman), YWCA, Nu Gamma. UCCF, 
WSGA, Band, Messiah, Echo, Chilhowean (Senior Editor). Intra- 
murals. Pearsons' House Chairman, Elizabeth Hillman Chemistrie 
Award, Petroleum Research Grant in Organic Chemistrie, Who's 
Who. 

ELIZABETH REBECCA BROWN, Box 372, Harriman, Tenn. Major: 
Elementarie Education. Chi Beta (Program Chairman, Treasurer), 
YWCA, UCCF, SNEA (Vice-President), Student Council (Social 
Comm.. Chairman: Secretarie-Treasurer, Pep Comm., Publicitie 
Comm., Academic Comm.), Lloyd Residence Vice-House Chairman 
(Social Comm.), Echo (Asst. Business Manager), Chilhowean, Barn- 
warmin' Sponsor, Homecomin' Court, Playhouse, Messiah, Who's Who. 

STEPHEN MASON BROWN, 2807 Pruden Dr., Knoxville. Tenn. Major: 
Organ. Campus Mike. 

- OLE GRACE BROWNLEE. Box 66, Argyle, N. Y. Major: English. 
Cr Beta (Athletic Cha-irman, Chapter Chairman), YWCA, WAA, 
WSGA (Town Night Comm.), UCCF, Orchestra, Pearsons' Secre- 
arle, Echo (Feature Editor, Exchange Editor, News Editor, Editor- 
in-Chief), Who's Who. 

BARBARA JEAN BULLARD, 3935 Terrace, Kansas City, Mo. Major: 
>gie. Chi Be*a. YWCA (Program Comm.), UCCF, WSGA, 
•■' Nu Gamma Echo (Feature Editor, News Editor), Intra- 



PATSY RUTH BURCH Rt, 8 Maryville. Tenn. Major: Economics. 
r'7/CA Band Playhouse, Human Relations Comm. 



H. KATHERINE DENOW, 1627 Eighth St., Trenton, N. J. Major: 
Biologie. Theta Epsilon, BSU, UCCF, Beta Beta Beta (Secretarie), 
Christian Vocation Comm., International Relations Comm., Messiah, 
Biologie Seminar. 

GEORGE HENRY DERBYSHIRE, III, West Nottingham, Colora, Md. 
Major: Economics an' Business Administration. Alpha Sigma (Presi- 
dent), Circle K, Football (Letterman). 

ADAM CALHOUN DEVENEY, 140 Essex Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. Ma- 
jor: Mathematics. Kappa Phi (Treasurer), Messiah, Sophomore Class 
Vice-President, Float Comm. Chairman, Soccer (Co-captain) 
Wrestlin' (Letterman, 4th place SEC 1963), Asst. Proctor East 
Tenn. Math. Contest. 2nd Li., USMC. 

HAZEL LEE DEWEESE, 138 Fifth Ave., Montgomery, W. Va. Major: 
Elementarie Education. Chi Beta, UCCF. SNEA, Band, February 
Meetings Comm., Five Heps, House Council, Nu Gamma, Women's 
Choir, Messiah. 

EUGENE BOONE DIXON, Rt. 8, Edgewood Acres, Maryville, Tenn. 

Major: Health an' Physical Education. Alpha Sigma, Intramurals, 

Student Intramural Athletic Director, Football, Wrestlin' (Letter- 
man, Captain). 

SARAH ANNE DOERSCHUK, 928 Hawkinson, Galesburg, III. Major: 
Psychologie. Chi Beta (Initiation Chairman, Program Chairman. 
President), Psi Sigma Mu (Psychologie Seminar), Women's Choir. 

JEAN ALICE DONOHUE. Box 562, Wellfleet, Mass. Major: Elemen- 
tarie Education. SNEA. 

ROBERT BLAIR DUNSMORE, 804 S. Tuttle Ave., Sarasota, Fla. Major: 
Sociologie. Alpha Sigma, Soccer. 

GARY JAMES DUTTON, Rt. 2. Loudon, Tenn. Major: Historie. Foot- 
ball (Letterman), Baseball (Letterman). 



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DAVID RICHARD DYE. R. D. No. 2. Cranbury, N. J. Major: German. 
Kappi Phi, Soccer, Intramurals. 

DAVID JERALD ELLISON, 1820 Barbeck St. Philadelphia, Pa. Major: 
Historie. Kappa Phi, UCCF (Vice-President), Key Men, Inter Socie- 
tie Council, Artist Series Comm., Intramural 1 ., Who's Who. 

WILLIAM SHAFER ERWIN, JR., 322 N. Washington, Du Quoin. Ill 
Major: Historie. Kappa Phi (Program Chairman), Circle K, P 
Gamma Mu, Student Council (Elections Comm.), UCCF (Vice-Presi 
dent, President), YMCA, Echo (Business Manager). Key Men, Fresh 
man Class President, Intramurals. Sophomore Honors Program 
Frederick Queener Historie Award, Who's Who. 

PHYLLIS ANNE EVAUL, Box 335. Banner Elk, N. C. Major: Elemen- 
tal Education. Chi Beta (Rush Week), SNEA (Treasurer), YWCA. 
Nu Gamma, Sophomore Aide. Orchestra, Playhouse, Messiah. Wom- 
en's Choir, Barnwarmin', Intramurals, Daisie Chain, Baldwin House 
Council, Baldwin Floor Chairmman, Lloyd Residence House Council, 
Lloyd Residence Floor Chairman. 

ALLAN R. FIELDS, 33 Academy St., Presgue Isle. Maine. Major: 
French. MSC. Vesper Choir, Men's Glee Club, Messiah, Playhouse, 
I ntramurals. 

BARBARA LOU FITCH, 33 Leland Ave. Plainfiold, N. J. Major Ele- 
mental Education. Chi Beta (Chapter Chairman), Theta Epsilon, 
SNEA, Inter Societie Council, Lloyd Residence House Council, In- 
tramurals, Alpha Sigma Cupid. 

FRANCES ANN FLEMING, Box 480. Rt. 2, Canton, N. C. Major: 
Elementarie Education. Chi Beta, SNEA, WSGA, YWCA, UCCF, 
Women's Choir, Vesper Choir, Nu Gamma, Intramurals, Sophomore 
Aide, Messiah, Lloyd Residence House Council. 

SUSAN KATHRYN FOREMAN, c/o Lt. Col. C. A. Foreman, Det. I, 
6499th Spt. Gp., APO San Francisco, Calif. Major: English. Chi Beta, 
SNEA, YWCA. Echo, Nu Gamma, Daisie Chain, Messiah. 

ROY WAYNE FREY, 1016 Waverly St., Tarrant City, Ala. Major: Philos- 
ophic an' Religion. Kappa Phi, MSC. YMCA (Publicise Chairman), 
UCCF (Feedback Co-editor), Circle K, Campus Mike, Vesper Choir, 
Key Men, Debate. Wrestlin'. 

WILLIAM HOWARD SASS, 1025 Sterling Ave., Maryville, Tenn. Ma- 
jor: Mathematics. Kappa Phi, Town-Student Comm., Student Coun- 
cil (Elections Comm., Pep Comm.), Intramurals, Tennis (Letterman), 
Student -Facultie Student Center Planning Comm. 

JAMES MAURICE GIFFORD, 324 Colonial Ave., Shelbyville, Tenn. 
Major: Historie. Kappa Phi (Rush Show), Intramurals, Echo, Elec- 
tions Comm., 4 Year Scholarship. 

LINDA DAVIS GRESHAM, 441 Glyndon St., Vienna, Va. Major: Health 
an' Physical Education. Chi Beta, WAA, M Club (Treasurer), Chil- 
howean, Cheerleader, Intramurals. 

HELEN DOROTHEA GRIFFIN, 120 Inskip Ave., Ocean Grove, N. J. 
Major: Elementarie Education. Chi Beta, SNEA (Vice-President, 
President), Chilhowean, Theater, Barnwarmin', Messiah, Women's 
Choir, Daisie Chain. 

LOIS MARGARET GRINSTEAD, 1864 Berkshire Rd., Columbus, Ohio. 
Major: Bible an' Christian Education. Theta Epsilon, Chi Beta. WSGA 
(Vice-President), UCCF (Worship Comm. Chairman, Cabinet), 
Band, Vesper Choir, Theater, Student Council (Social Comm., Home- 
comin' Comm., Pep Comm.), Nu Gamma, Sophomore Aide, Messiah 
Senior Counselor, Band Sponsor. 

MARGARET BLAINE GROSS, 610 43rd St. S. E„ Charleston, W. Va. 
Major: Organ. Chi Beta. Tau Kappa Chi, YWCA, UCCF, Orchestra, 
Messiah, Vesper Choir. 

MARGARET ALEXANDRA HAGGART. 320 Morris Ave., Inwood, N. J. 
Major: Political Science. Beta Beta Beta, Pi Delta Phi (Vice-Presi- 
dent), Echo, International Relations Club, Human Relations Comm. 

SYLVIA SUE HALDEMAN, 14063 Dumbarton Dr., Upper Marlboro, 
Md. Major: Historie. Chi Beta (Rush Tea Chairman), Pi Gamma 
Mu. YWCA (Program Comm.), UCCF (Communitie Service 
Comm.), Student Council (Projects Comm.), Women's Choir (Sec- 
retarie-Treasurer) , Messiah, Intramurals, Barnwarmin', Junior Class 
Secretarie-Treasurer, Daisie Chain. Echo, Chilhowean. 



GREGORY STEVEN HALLEN, 8713 L/kens Lane Philadelphia, Pa. 
Major: Biologie. Kappa Phi (Treasurer, Rush Co-chairman), Beta 
Beta Beta (President), Circle K, Student Council (Pep Comm., 
Homecomin' Co-chairman), Intramural man). 

MARGARET LOUISE HAY, 703 Dunellen Ave., Dunellen, N.J. Major: 
Elementarie Education. YWCA, UCCF, SNEA, Theater, Me 

DOROTHY ANNE HEISMEYER, 331 Elmora .beth. N. J. Ma- 

jor: Elementarie Education. Theta Epsilon ( Program Chairman 



Vice-President) SNEA. (Vice-President] 
Messiah, Pep Comm., Daisie Chain. 



Nu Gamma, Chilhowean. 



JAMES HARVEY HENDERSON, 308 Shope St., Maryville, Tenn. Major: 
Health an' Physical Education. Basketball (Letterman). 

NANCY ROMINE HOOVEN. Dilts Corner Rd., Lambertvilie, N. J. 
Major: Elementarie Education. Chi Beta, YWCA, UCCF, SNEA. 
International Relations Club (President), Messiah. Women's Choir, 
Echo (Asst. Business Manager), Student Council (Elections Comm.). 

LINDA LECLAIR HORNE, P. O. Box 1113, North Decatur, Ga. Major: 
Philosophie an' Religion. YWCA (Christian Vocations Comm.. Com- 
munitie Service Comm.), UCCF (Communitie Service Comm.), Lec- 
ture Series Comm. 

BARBARA JOAN HORTMAN. 1985 County Club Dr., Huntingdon Val- 
ley, Pa., Major: Sociologie. Chi Beta, WAA, Intramurals, Chilhowean. 

RUTH LOUISE HOUSER, 311 Palmer St., Lockland. Ohio. Major: 
Sociologie. Chi Beta, Band, Orchestra, Theater, Messiah, Intra- 
murals. 

WILLIS LYNN HOWARD, Linda Lane, Maryville. Tenn. Major: Mathe- 
matics. Kappa Phi (Treasurer, President), Intramurals, Tennis (Let- 
terman) . 

GERALD ARTHUR HUGHES, 2 Heather Dr., Trenton, N. J. Major: 
Economics an' Business Administration. Kappa Phi (Treasurer. Pledge 
Advisor, Dance Chairman), Pi Gamma Mu (Vice-President), Pep 
Comm., Homecomin' Parade Chairman, MSC, Intramurals, Padgett 
Scholarship. 

NORMAN LESTER HUGHES, JR.. Rt. 2, Box 37B, Moore Haven, Fla. 
Major: Health an' Physical Education. Alpha Sigma (Athletic Chair- 
man, President), Intramurals, Inter-societie Council. Soccer, Base- 
ball ( Letterman ) . 

RUTH ANN HULTS, 47 E. 6th Ave., Roselle N. J. Major: English. Chi 
Beta, UCCF (Home Avenue), SNEA (Publicise Co-chairman), 
WSGA, Nu Gamma, Messiah, Theater, Intramurals, Women's Choir, 
Pearsons' House Council (Treasurer). Lloyd Residence House Chair- 
man. 

JOY ELAINE HUTCHESON, Box 35, Dunwoody, Ga. Major: English. 
Chi Beta (Secretarie) , Women's Choir (Secretarie. President), 
Echo, Theater, Messiah, Barnwarmin', Lecture Series Comm., Pear- 
Sons' House Council Secretarie, Daisie Chain. 



ASTA JOHANNE IBSEN, 
Lauderdale, Fla. Major: 
Spanish Club. 



3560 Jackson Blvd.. Melrose Parle. Fort 
Elementarie Education. Chi Beta. SNEA, 



MARIANNE LOUISE JEFFERSON, 7 Willow Lane. Wheeling, W. Va. 
Major: Biologie. Chi Beta, Beta Beta Beta (Historian). Asst. Floor 
Chairman, Floor Chairman, Barnwarmin' Sponsor, Messiah, Daisie 
Chain, Who's Who. 

JOAN FRANCES JENKINS, 307 Prcspect, St. Joseph. Mich. Major: 
Home Economics. Chi Beta. SNEA, UCCF (Time-O-t Chairman). 
Women's Choir. Intramurals, Barnwarmin', Messiah. 

JUDITH ANITA JENKINS. 1609 Cherry Dr., Maryville. Ter- 

Elementarie Education. Chi Beta. SNEA (Publicitie Chairman) , UCCF 
(Communitie Service Comm. Co-chairman), Intra" 

KAREN ELIZABETH KEEN, 2725 Folts Dr.. C- 

Chemlstrie. Theta Epsilon, American Chemical Societie (Secretarie). 
Playhouse. Echo, Chilhowean (Honors Editor). National Presc 
College Scholarship. 



LINDA JEAN KEYEES, 
SNEA. 



Rt. 4 Ma '^jor: Sociologie. 



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DIANE M. KLINE, 274 Beverly Rd.. Pittsburgh, Pa. Major: Elemen- 
tarie Education. Theta Epsilon, SNEA. Women's Choir (Soloist), 
Theater, Messiah, Intramurals, Junior Class Barnwarmin' Booth Chair- 
man, Elections Comm., Discipline Comm., Pep Comm. (All Scots 
Day Chairman), Daisie Chain. 

REBECCA BOGGS KOZA, 505 Roosevelt Dr., Dothan, Ala. Major: 
Foreign Language. Theta Epsilon, Chi Beta (Dance Chairman, Bar 
Maid), YWCA, Playhouse, Chilhowean (Organizations Editor), Daisie 
Chain. 

ELLEN LOUISE LANKENAU, 134 Roosevelt Ave., Dumont, N.J . Ma- 
jor: Health an' Physical Education. Chi Beta (Secretarie) , M Club 
(Vice-President, President), Chilhowean, Women's Choir, Messiah, 
Baldwin Fire Captain, Intramurals, Sophomore Aide, Nu Gamma, 
Baldwin House Council, Lloyd Residence House Council. 



HOWARD NELSON MILLER, 410 Westwood Dr., 
Major: English. Kappa Phi, Echo, Soccer. 



McMinnville, Tenn. 



GRANT STEPHEN LAVERE, 732 Fairway Dr 
torie. Wrestlin', Intramurals. 



Union, N. J. Major: His- 



JUDITH ANN LAYMAN. 121 W. Saveland Ave., Milwaukee, Wiscon- 
sin. Major: Sociologie. Chi Beta, YWCA, UCCF (Communitie Serv- 
ice Comm. Chairman), Pi Gamma Mu, Band. 



SUSAN JANE LAYMASTER, 543 Second St., 
Art Education. Band, Messiah. 



Waverly, Ohio. Major: 



ELIZABETH RUTH LENDER, 38 Oakridge Rd.. Bloomfield, N. J. Ma- 
jor: Elementarie Education. Theta Epsilon~(Treasurer) , SNEA, Floor 
Chairman, Daisie Chain. 

CHRISTINE LIM, Bangkok, Thailand. Major: Chemistrie. Theater, Home- 
comin' Court. 

THOMAS McCOY LLEWELLYN, 6260 29th Ave., North, St. Peters- 
burg, Fla. Major: Organ. Theta Alpha Phi (Treasurer), Tau Kappa 
Chi (Secretarie-Treasurer, President), Messiah, Playhouse, Vesper 
Choir, Madrigals, Opera Workshop. 

STANFORD WHITE LONG. 1109 Grant St., Alcoa, Tenn. Major: Po- 
litical Science. Alpha Sigma, Track, Intramurals, BSU (Vice-Presi- 
dent). 

HUGH SHANNON McCAMPBELL, Rt. No. 12 McCampbell Rd., Knox- 
ville, Tenn. Major: Biologie. Alpha Sigma (Program Chairman, Sec- 
retarie. Blue Shades), Football, Track (Letterman), Wrestlin' ( Let- 
terman), Intramurals, Orchestra, Messiah, Student Council (Elec- 
tions Comm.. President), Junior Class President, Circle K, Beta 
Beta Beta (Vice-President), Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Barnwarmin' 
M. C, Who's Who. 

MICHAELA DEXTER McCROSKY, Rt. I, Walland, Tenn. Major: Foreign 
Language, 

DENNIS CHARLES McGOWAN, Box 357, Pataskala, Ohio. Major: 
Health an' Physical Education. Alpha Sigma, Basketball (Letterman, 
Captain), Track (Letterman). 

JERRY ALEXANDER McNABB. 1125 Huffland Dr., Loudon, Tenn. Ma- 
Physics. Kappa Phi, Band, Orchestra. 

JAMES J. MacDAID, 123 Ardsley Ave., Trenton, N. J. Major: Chem- 
istrie. Alpha Siqma, American Chemical Societie, Vesper Choir, 
Men's Glee Club. 

ELIZABETH ANN MAHLER. 1516 Shelton Ave., Nashville, Tenn. Ma- 
jor: Music. Chi Beta, YWCA UCCF, Women's Choir, Vesper Choir, 
Messiah. 

RICHARD JOHN MARSHALL, 1510 Clayton St., Wilmington, Del. 
Major: Economics an' Business Administration. Kappa Phi (Athletic 
Chairman. Bartender), Circle K (President), Vesper Choir, Messiah. 
Intramurals, Tennis (Letterman). 



MARTHA ELLEN MILLER, 1277 Morning Ave., Columbus, Ohio. Ma- 
jor: Elementarie Education. Chi Beta (Skit Night Chairman, Rush 
Week Chairman), Theta Alpha Phi (President), YWCA, SNEA, Nu 
Gamma, Sophomore Aide, Playhouse (Program Chairman, Vice- 
President), Barnwarmin', Vesper Choir, Messiah, Theater (Crew, 
Cast, Asst. Director, Stage Manager. Best Supportin' Actress — 
Harvey), Malcolm Miller award for the Best Actress. 

PAUL H. MILLIN, East Hickory, Pa. Major: Political Science. Alpha 
Sigma (President), Pi Gamma Mu (President), Intramurals, Echo 
(Business Manager), Debate. 

ANNABELLE MINEAR, 1414 Venetia Ave., Coral Gables, Fla. Major: 
Elementarie Education. Chi Beta (Secretary), SNEA (Treasurer), 
UCCF (Recordin' Secretarie, Cabinet), Sophomore Aide, Nu 
Gamma, Senior Counselor. 

JOHN CLARK MULHOLLAND, 1938 Selma Ave., Youngstown, Ohio. 
Major: Chemistrie. Alpha Sigma (Pledge President, Secretarie), 
Circle K (Vice-President), American Chemical Societie, Student 
Facultie Senate, Messiah, Intramurals, Resident Asst., Barnwarmin' 
King, Student Council (Pep Comm. Chairman, Program Comm. 
Chairman, Fred Hope Coordinatin' Comm., Publicitie Comm, Chair- 
man ) . 

NANCY JAYNE MULLER, 47 Linwood Terrace, Clifton, N, J, Major: 
Elementarie Education. Chi Beta. YWCA, UCCF, SNEA (Secre- 
tarie), House Council (Secretarie). 

JACK ANOL MULLINS, Rt, 3, Box 167, Harriman. Tenn. Major: 
Health an' Physical Education. Student Asst. Football Coach, Foot- 
ball (letterman), 

JOHN NOEL, III, 1339 Prospect Ave, Bronx, N. Y. Major: Historie. 
Alpha Sigma, Echo, International Relations Comm., UCCF (Educa- 
tion Comm. Co-chairman). 

ROSALIE LOUISE ORCUTT, 1235 Tyler Ave., Phoenixville, Pa. Major: 
Elementarie Education. Chi Beta, SNEA, Echo (Asst. Business Mana- 
ger), Chilhowean, Messiah, Daisie Chain. 

SARA JANE PARKER. 2516 Peninsula Dr., Erie, Pa. Major: Art. 
YWCA, UCCF (Publicitie Chairman, Lantern Coffeehouse Chair- 
man), Vesper Choir (Tour), Messiah, Sophomore Aide, Nu Gamma, 
Vice-House Chairman, Floor Chairman, Chilhowean (Editor), Home- 
comin' ueen , Senior Art Show, Who's Who. 

AUDREY DEWITT POORE, 304 Hudson Dr., Maryville, Tenn. Major: 
Sociologie. Theta Epsilon, Messiah. 

DAVID REED POWELL, 1032 8th Ave., Folsom, Pa. Major: English. 
Beta Beta Beta, Sophomore Class President, Theater, Orchestra, 
Messiah, Kilt (Co-Editor), Pepper Shakers. 



DORIS JANE PRICE, 3121 E. 
Chi Beta, Sophomore Aide. 



5th Ave., Knoxville, Tenn. Major: Art. 



JEANNE SHERER PROFFITT, 231 Hudson Dr., Maryville, Tenn. Major: 
English. Pi Kappa Delta (Secretarie, Vice-President), B.G. (Presi- 
dent), YWCA (Children's Home), UCCF (Discussion Group Chair- 
man), Playhouse, Echo, Chilhowean, Barnwarmin' Sponsor, Sopho- 
more Aide, Debate. 

JAMES WAYNE PRYOR, Rutledge Pike, Knoxville, Tenn. Major: 
Health an' Physical Education. Alpha Sigma, Football (Letterman, 
Co-Captain), Wrestlin' (Letterman). 

THEODORE DELANO PUTNAM. Box 73, Hazelwood, N. C. Major: 
Chemistrie. Kappa Phi, American Chemical Societie (President), 
I ntramurals. 



SARA ANN MASON, Palmetto Farm, Lewisburg. Tenn. Major: Eng- 
lish. Echo, Chilhowean (Business Manager), Lloyd Resident Treas- 
urer, Daisie Chain. 

CHARLES WILLIAM MEEKER, JR., 365 Birch Dr., Roselle, N. J. Ma- 
jor: Piano. Kappa Phi, Tau Kappa Chi, Charter Member Phi Mu 
Alpha Sinfonia, Vesper Choir, Senior Recital, 1st place — Freshman 
Piano Scholarship Competition, Playhouse (Asst. Director, Stage 
Crew, Make-up Director), Messiah, Men's Glee Club (Accompanist), 
Campus Mike, USSF (Sunnybrook, Program Comm.). 



HERMAN L, RAMSEY. Rt. I, Rockford, Tenn. Major: Health an' Physi- 
cal Education. Football (Letterman). 

RICHARD BERNARD REED, 10 Farm Rd., Trenton, N. J. Major: Health 
an' Physical Education. Kappa Phi (Program Chairman, Bartender, 
President), Circle K (Secretarie, Board of Directors), Student Coun- 
cil (Social Comm., Homecomin' Parade Chairman, Pep Co-Chair- 
man), Student Facultie Senate, Intersocietie Council, Key Men, 
UCCF (Social Comm.), Intramurals, Resident Asst., Orchestra, Mes- 
siah, Tennis, Track (Letterman), Who's Who. 



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KEITH MUNRO RENNE, 126 Cynwyd Rd.. Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. Major: 
English. Alpha Gamma Sigma, Lecture Series Comm., E. E. McCurry 
Scholarship Prize. Intramurals, Who's Who. 

FMILIE JEAN REYNOLDS, Box 169 R. D. No. I, Canonsburg, Pa. Ma- 
jor: Art. B.G. (Business Manager), Chilhowean (Art Editor), Wom- 
en's Chorus, Daisie Chain. 

MARY FERN RICKLOFF, 2979 Cloverbank Rd., Hamburq. N. Y. Ma- 
jor: Bible an' Christian Education. Intramurals. Women's Choir 
(Social Chairman). Messiah. 

ROY LOUIS RIES, 17 Highland Parle PL, Levittown, Pa., Major: Bible 
an' Christian Education. Kappa Phi (Athletic Chairman, Rush Week 
Chairman, Skit N ; ght Chairman, Homecomin' Float Chairman). 
Circle K (Treasurer, Cabinet), YWCA, UCCF (Cabinet, Social 
Comm., Service Comm. Chairman, Communitie Service. Homecomin' 
Float). Barnwarmin'. Intramurals, Key Men, Men's Glee Club, Mes- 
siah, Wrestlin' (Letterman, 4th place SEC Tournament 1964). Stu- 
dent Council (Programs Comm. Co-chairman, Curriculum Comm.). 
Fred Hope Comm., February Meetings Comm. 



MARY MACDONALD SIMPSON, Rt. No. I. Smithfield. Ky. Major: 
Psycholoqie. Chi Beta (Program Chairman. Initiation Chairman, 
Rush Publicitie Chairman, Vice-President), Psi Sigma Mu, Bond. 
Orchestra, Messiah, Intramurals. Senior Counselor. Barnwarmin' an' 
Honaker Bcwl Queen. 

JUDITH CLARE SIVER, 324 Summit Ave.. Hackensack, N. J. Major: 
Art Education. Theta Epsilon, Chilhowean, Echo (Circulation Man- 
ager, News Editor, Asst. Editor), Publicitie Comm., Daisie Chain. 

SUSAN ELIZABETH SOBER. 6339 Limewood Circle, Louisville, Ky. 
Major: Psychologie. Chi Beta, Psi Sigma Mu, Pearson Dorm Coun- 
cil, Pep Comm. (Chairman o Judges o' Floats, Chairman o' All 
Scots Day). 

BETTY LOU SOCHOCKY, 1428 Madison Ave., Atlantic City, N. J. 
Major: Political Science. Chi Beta (Rush Week Chairman. Athletic 
Chairman), Daisie Chain. 

JANE FAIRMAN STAPP, 1009 Ray Ave., Maryville, Tenn. Major: Ele- 
men+arie Education. Theta Epsilon, Messiah, Playhouse, Intramurals, 
SNEA. 



ELIZABETH LAVILLA ROBINSON, R.R. No. 
Ohio. Major: Sociologie. UCCF, Messiah, 



I, Box 218-A, Loveland, 
Women's Choir. 



BUDDY LYNN STINNETT, 521 Mountain View Ave., Maryvil 
Major: Historic Key Men, Student Council. 



Tenn. 



FLORENCE MARIE ROLLWAGEN, 114 Circle Ave., Ridqewood, N. J. 
Major: Biologie. Theta Epsilon, Church Vocations Comm., UCCF 
International Relations Comm., Messiah, Biologie Seminar. 

JANIS MARGARET ROSE, 848 Brush Hill Rd.. Milton, Mass. Major: 
Sociologie. Theta Epsilon (Treasurer), YWCA, UCCF (Children's 
Home), Town Night Comm., Human Relations Council. Chilhowean, 
SNEA, Freshman Talent Show. Messiah. Senior Counselor, Senior 
Class Sponsor. Daisie Chain. 



OLIVER REED TARWATER, Rt. No. 5, Pleasant Hill Rd„ Maryville, 
Tenn. Major: Chemistrie. Alpha Sigma, Circle K (Treasurer), Ameri- 
can Chemical Societie ( Vice-Chairman) , MSC, Junior Class Vice- 
President. Senior Class President, Student Council, Elections Comm., 
Social Comm., Who's Who. 

CELIA CATHERINE TIFFANY, Lone Beech Dr., Rt. 6, Muncie, Ind. 
Major: Mathematics. Chi Beta, YWCA, Echo, Playhouse (Vice- 
President), Messiah, Sophomore Honors, Physics Lab Asst., Math 
Asst. Scholarship. 



HELEN ELIZABETH RYAN, 2510 Hawthorne Ave., Louisville, Ky. Ma- 
jor: Political Science. Theta Epsilon. Echo, Chilhowean (Sports 
Editor), Intramurals, Student Council Elections Comm., Daisie Chain. 

JOHN DALE SCHELLENGER. JR., 4158 Meyer Rd., Gurnee. III. Ma- 
jor: Historie. Kappa Phi, YMCA, UCCF (Feedback Editor, Cor- 
responding Secretarie, Lantern Comm.), Chilhowean, Men's Glee 
Club, Messiah, Debate, Playhouse, Intramurals, Soccer, Track, Best 
Actor Award, Who's Who. 

ROBERT EDWARD SCHULTZ, 126 Miller Ave., Maryville, Tenn. Major: 
Mathematics. Playhouse. Current Events Seminar, Student Council. 

FAITH ADA SCOTCHMER. 7032 Kingsbury Blvd., St. Louis. Mo. Major: 
English. Chi Beta. UCCF, Lantern Comm., Women's Choir, Salt 
Cellar Comm., Messiah, Senior Counselor, Homecomin' Court. 

CHRISTINE ELIZABETH SCOTT, 3909 Fairdale Rd., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Major: Psychologie. Theta Epsilon, Choir, Messiah, Psi Sigma Mu. 

HENRY WILLIAM SEITZ, JR., 2517 Sunshine Ave., Johnstown, Pa. 
Major: Political Science. Alpha Sigma, UCCF, Key Men, Student 
Council (Vice-President), Intramurals, Pep Comm. Chairman, Elec- 
tions Comm. Chairman. 



MARGARET E. SHAKLEE, 132 Flaxhill Rd., South Norwalk. Conn. 
Major: English. Chi Beta. YWCA, Women's Choir, Vesper Choir 
(Tour), Intramurals, Theater, Messiah. 



MICHAEL AUSTIN SHAVER. Rt. 2, Blountville, Tenn. Major: Music 
Education. Tau Kappa Chi. MENC (Vice-President). Messiah, Band 
Glee Club. Orchestra, Dance Band, Dan Rineer Quintet, Porkles. 

JAY THOMAS SHOWALTER. 514 Clark St., Maryville, Tenn. Major: 
Historie. MSC. 



SANDRA S. SHOWALTER, 514 Clark St. Maryville, Tenn. Major: 
Elementarie Education. SNEA. 



SARAH ELIZABETH TOMPKINS. 107 Tahoma Rd., Lexington, Ky. 
Major: Music. Theta Epsilon, Tau Kappa Chi, Vesper Choir, Skit 
Night, Playhouse, Messiah (Soloist), Fine Arts Competition, Opera 
Workshop, Artist Series Comm., Echo, Madrigals. Senior Recital 
Lloyd Residence House Council (Fire Captain). 

CAROLYN RAE TURNER. Rockhill Rd., Newport, Tenn. Major: Ele- 
mentarie Fducation. SNEA, Messiah. Vesper Choir. 

CORLISS DIANE VOGEL, 602 Orchard St., Cranford, N. J. Major: 
Elementarie Education. Theta Epsilon, SNEA, Messiah, Vesper Choir, 
Playhouse. 

EILEENE PATRICIA WAGNER, 46 S. Springfield Ave., Springfield, 
N. J. Major: Elementarie Education. Chi Beta. Theta Epsilon (Of- 
ficer). SNEA. YWCA, UCCF, Echo, Chilhowean, Playhouse, Intra- 
murals, Women's Choir, Vesper Choir (Tour), Messiah. 

OLIVER KENNETH WILLIAMS. III. 740 Fair St., Berea, Ohio. Major: 
Biologie. Alpha Sigma (Program Chairman, Rush Show), Circle K 
(President, Board of Directors, Program Chairman), YMCA, Stu- 
dent Council (Projects Comm. Co-chairman, Programs Comm.). Stu- 
dent Facultie Senate, Intramurals, Campus Mike (Co-chairman), 
Biologie Lab Asst., Biologie Seminar, Who's Who. 

MARY ANN WILSON, 114 Greenwood Ave., Bloomington. III. Major: 
Bible an' Christian Education. Chi Beta. YWCA, UCCF. Barnwarmin'. 
Band (Kiltie Sergeant), Messiah. 

MARJORIE CLAIRE WISMER, 1414 Union St., Port Huron. Mich. 
Major: Home Economics. Chi Beta, Vesper Choir. Messiah, Band 
Orchestra. 

WILLIAM LUPTON WOOD, JR.. Box 367 Yadklnville, N. C. Major: 
Historie. Kappa Phi (Program Chairman), YMCA, UCCF (Asbury 



Acres Comn 



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Life an' Activities Comm.), Circle K. 
Chilhowean, BSU. Student Council, Key Men, Pep Comm. Co-chair- 
man, Football Statistician, Track. 



DANA STRONG WYMAN, 131 Magnolia St., Maryville, Tenn. Major: 
Art. Town Comm. 



LEWRIGHT BROWNING SIKES. Bex 998. Murfreesboro. Tenn. Major: 
Historie, Pi Kappa Delta (President), Tau Kappa Chi, Debate 
Messiah (Soloist), Orchestra, Discipline Comm , Who's Who. 



MARY LEE ZORB. 620 Center Ave.. Butler, Pa. Major: Christian Edu- 
cation. Chi Beta, Chilhowean, Echo, Messiah, Sophomore Aide. Sen- 
ior Counselor. 



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Pierce the southern blue 
Proudly stands our Alma Mafer, 

Noble, qrand, and true. 

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Orange, Garnet, float forever, 

Ensign of our hill! 
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Hail to Maryville! 

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Ever green appears, 
So thy memory fresh shall linger 

Through life's smiles and tears. 

Lift the chorus, wake the echoes, 

Make the welkin ring! 
Hail the gueen of all the highlands, 

Loud her praises sing! 




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