i I Mapyville College
i i Mapyville, Tennessee
From the freshness of freshman frivolity through the solemnity of senior
sophistication, we seek to create the foundations for a proper existence. With
an eye on the past and a head turned toward the future, each one of us must
wear his own cloak of responsibility. We grope through books, through discus-
sions, and through social contacts for the experience essential to living. This,
coupled with the sweat of physical exertion and the laurel crown of achieve-
ment, forms the basis of our creative endeavors. Therefore, we must strive to
develop our potentials to the fullest in every facet of our interests and respon-
sibilities to mankind. As each page of this book has merited the stamp "CRE-
ATED," so let every phase of our being merit the self-satisfaction of that
which is original because it is ours and that which is worthy because we have
done our best. Remember that there is "a world to be born under [our] foot-
steps. . . ."
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C. Lamm; L. Shanley; S. Vest, Editor.
Seated: P. Tucker, M. Paddison. Standing: B. Bush, Editor; D. Mara;
Joseph J. Copeland, B.A., B.D., D.D., LL.D.
B.A., Trinity University; B.D., McCormick
Theological Seminary, 1939; Honorary D.D.,
Trinity University, 1950; LL.D., Maryville
College, 1960. Appointment as President of
Maryville College, 1961.
Dr. and Mrs. Copeland
BOYD LEE DANIELS, B.A., B.D., Ph.D.
B.A., College of Wooster; B.D., McCormick Theological
Seminary; Ph.D., Duke University.
TOM FUHR, A.B., B.D., Ed.D.
A.B., Hastings College; B.D., Union
Theological Seminary: Ed.D.. Colum-
EDITH FRANCES MASSEY, B.A.,
B.A., Maryville College; M.S., Univ-
sity of Tennessee; Florida State
EDWARD CECIL THOMAS, B.S., M.A.
B.S., George Williams College; M.A., Ohio State
Chairman of the
JOE CALDWELL GAMBLE, B.A., LL.B., LL.D.,
B.A., Maryville College; LL.B., University of Michigan; Honorary LL.D..
EDWARD FAY CAMPBELL, B.A., S.T.B., LL.D., S.T.D., L.H.D.
B.A., Yale University; S.T.B., Yale Divinity School; Honorary De-
grees: D.D., Washington and Jefferson College, Tusculum College,
Centre College, Lafayette College; LL.D., Waynesburg College, Buena
Vista College; S.T.D., Coe College, Millikin University, Hastings
College, Alma College; L.H.D. , Lewis and Clark College.
Arthur D. Ainsworth, B.A., M.A., S.P.D.
Ralph Thomas Case, B.A., B.D., Ph.D.
Boydson Howard Baird, B.A., M.S.
Health and Physical Education
Ralph Stokes Colins, B.A.,
Harry H. Harter, B.A., M.Mus.
Thomas I. Hicks, B.S., M.S.
Mathematics and Physics
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Elizabeth Hope Jackson, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
Donald Medford Stine, A.B., B.D., Th.D.
Philosophy and Religion
A. Randolph Shields, B.A., M.S., Ph.D.
Arda S. Walker, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
Joel P. Walton, B.S., M.A., Ed.D.
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Jerry Earl Waters, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
Carmian F. Davis, B.A., M.S.
Jimmie Dalton Eddleman. B.A., M.A.
Theatre and Speech
Frank Mark Davis, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
Harish Chandra Gupta, B.S., M.A.
Richard V. Fridenbcrgs, LL.M.
French, German, and Russian
George Dewey Howell, B.A., M.S.
John Arthur Davis, B.A., M.A.
Richard C. Gossweiler, B.A., M.A.
Lauren F. Kardatzke, B.S.. M.Ed.
Roland Terry Huthmaker, Jr., B.Mus.
Norman D. Lovtf, A.B..
Mathematics and Physics
Dan H. Kinsinger, B.A., M.Mus.
Edith M. Largen, B.S., M.S.
Sharon Matti, A.B., M.A.
John R. Mitchell, B.A.
Nancv Navratil, B.A.
Independent Study Supervisor
Rebecca Mobbs, B.S. in Ed..
Paul Joseph Ogren. B.A.
John William Nichols, B.S., M.A.
Russell Dean Parker, B.A., M.A.
Robert C. Ramger, B.S., M.S.
Thea Schlier Pflanze
German and French
Lucy Proffitt, B.A.
Speech and Debate
Grace O. Rodriguez, B.A., M.A
Sallie W. Schoen, B.Mus., M.Mus.
Margaret T. Sherer, B.F.A., M.S.,
James Howard Schwam, B.S., M.A.
Daniel B. Stallings, B.M.Ed., M.A.
William H. Swenson, B.A., B.A.E
Esther C. Swenson, B.A.. M.A., Ph.D.
Philosophy, Religion, and Sociology
Howard J. Tomlinson, III, B.S.
Catharine Wilkinson, B.A., M.A.
Artist in Residence
David A. Stingle, B.S., M.A.
David P. Young, B.A., Ph.D.
Arthur F. Dees, B.A.
German; Communications Coordinator
Sealed: Mary Sloan Welsh, B.A., M.A., As-
sistant for Student Aid; Imogene Elizabeth
Atkins, B.A., Assistant in the Admissions Office.
Standing: William A. Ribble, Director of Stu-
dent Aid; Thomas L. Ellis, B.A., Admissions
Counselor; William F. Taylor, Jr., Director of
Seated: Frances Smith Moore, B.A., Assistant
Catalogue Librarian; Virginia Turrentine, B.A.,
M.A.L.S., Librarian. Standing: Saundra
Stephens, Bookkeeper and Clerical Assistant;
Karen R. Kruger, B.S., M.A., Periodicals-
Documents Librarian; Elizabeth T. Gillander,
Secretary and Assistant in Circulation; Lynn
Ann Best. B.A., Circulation and Reference
Librarian; Betty Joe Ingle, B.A., M.A.L.S.,
Catalogue and Assistant Librarian; Dorothy
N. Crawford, B.A.. Assistant Order Librarian.
Sandra Lynn McMahan, B.S. in Ed., Assistant
in Registrar's Office; Victoria E. Samburg,
B.S., Assistant to Dean of Students and Dean
of Women; Margaret C. Miller, Assistant in
the Registrar's Office; Marcia Thompson Ellis,
B.A., Secretary to the Chaplain. Not pictured:
Viola Lightfoot, B.A., Registrar.
Mary Davis Fugaie, Secretary-Receptionist; Lin-
wood Frank Snider, B.A., Associate Director of
Development and Executive Secretary- of
Alumni Association; J. Richard Herring, B.A.,
Director of Information Services; Diana Hall
Elliott, Assistant in the Office of Information
Services; Elizabeth Welsh, B.A., Assistant in
the Development Office; Jane Huddleston, B.S.,
Secretary to the Dean; Janice Roberts, Secre-
tary to the Director of Development; Bill Alex-
ander Fleming, B.A., J.D., Director of De-
velopment; Elizabeth Welton, Secretary to the
Patricia Hill, Secretary in the Treasurer's Of-
fice; Eva Vineyard, Cashier in the Treasurer's
Office; Hugh Crawford, B.A., Assistant Busi-
ness Manager and Purchasing Agent; Peggy
Robins, Secretary in the Treasurer's Office;
Betty Eggers, Secretary in the Treasurer's Of-
fice: Daniel Frank Layman, B.A., Treasurer
and Business Manager; Fred Blevins, Chief
Clerk in the Treasurer's Office.
Sealed: Frances Delaney, Student Center; Flor-
ence Harter, B.S., Hostess in the Dining Room;
Mary Buchanan, Student Center; Margaret
Hcnnemuth, B.A., Manager of College Stores.
Standing: Ruby Delozier, Assistant to the Die-
tician: Thelma Hall, R.N., Nurse; Margaret
Ware, Dietician and Manager of the Dining
Seated: Alyne Harrison, Head of Memorial
Hall; Marion Pope, Head of New Dorm III;
Lela Davis, Staff Assistant; Lucy Witherspoon,
Staff Assistant. Standing: Charlotte Bellows,
Head of Pearsons Hall; Rowena Robinson,
Head of Margaret Bell Lloyd Residence;
Pearle Cathey, Head of New Dorm I.; Ruth
Reid, Head of New Dorm II.
Campus Police: Willis McLemore; Eldria
Hurst; Lyle Garner.
Seated: Thomas Hutsell, Engineer. Standing:
Janette Gamble, Housekeeper; J. L. Reagan;
Mildred Watson, Supervisor of Printing De-
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Freshmen Class Officers: Connie O'Connell, Vice President; Doug Barber, President; and
Claudia Gradwell, Secretary-Treasurer.
Started the year with almost new dorms and a very new academic curriculum ... so
new that we were the guinea pigs . . . Aren't we lucky? Freshmen find themselves in a
state of alienation . . . confusion? . . . Homecoming and "Scots Tape the Bison!" . . .
election of officers . . . Senior-Freshman football game . . . "Maybe we can beat the
Freshman girls?" . . . There goes that beautiful trophy! . . . Do you want some glitter
on your nose? . . . The Freshman Christmas project ... a great dance!
cool movie . . . The freshmen provide spirit and talent . . . Do you want to buy a cake
for ONLY .^2.75? . . . Well, it's the beginning of many years to come . . . three to be
exact . . . Years filled with lasting friendships, fun, and plenty of hard work . . . Ah,
IT'S WORTH IT!
ierry Allman Carole Andrews Gilbert August Doug Barber Sally Barbour Mary Barr Carole Beatty James R. Bell, Jr.
"ampa, Fla. Campbell, N.Y. Wilmington, Del. Knoxville, Tenn. Orlando. Fla. Oakmont, Penn. Covington, Ohio Flourtown, Penn.
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chard R. Berg Pam Bergeron Bruce K. Birch Lawrence Bodine Steve Boggs Richard Bond Elizabeth Boyce
iover, N. J. Maryville, Tenn. Tenafly, N. J. Rahway, N. J. Knoxville, Tenn. Maryville, Tenn. Atlanta, Ga.
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ry M. Brackbill Ned Brookbank Jacquelyn Brown Sandra Bryce James Burkins Linda Burton
nesburg, N. J. Delphi, Ind. Jasper, Tenn. Locust Val., N. Y. Darlington, Md. Miami, Fla.
Barbara Bushing Carol M. Buxton David S. Cadero Marilyn Canady Maureen Cary Sue Cassidy
Maryville, Tenn. Englewood, Ohio Walpole, Mass. Fayetteville, N. C. Atlanta, Ga. Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Barbara Cloud Lynn L. Coborn John W. Coker Terry' L. Collins Alice Cook
Kingsport, Tenn. Messilla Pk., N.M. Jacksboro, Tenn. Chattan'ga, Tenn. Norcross, Ga.
Cary Cox Douglas Cox
Decatur, Ga. Greenback. Tenn.
loyd Cramer Elizabeth Crawford Dena Curtiss Arthur Davenport Vi'anda Davis Linda Dimmick H. Elaine Docktcr Jane Dodge Joan Eddleman
:sburgh, Penn. Apollo, Penn. W. Palm Bh., Fla. Mt. Holly, N. J. Maryville, Tenn. Nichols, N. Y. Alcoa, Tenn. Silver Spring, Md. Marvville. Tenn.
J. M. J. Eerenberg Mary Elam
Louisville, Ky. Hyden, Ky.
Cindy Esty Robert Evaul Linda Fiacchino Michelle Finnegan Linda Fleck Jean Fleminj!
Baltimore, Md. Banner Elk, N. C. Louisville, Tenn. Loveland, Ohio Simsburg, Conn. Erie, Penn.
David Fogle Marilyn Forbes Carol Foreman Larry Fort Carolyn Gash Joan Gates Warren Gaugh;
Corry, Penn. Franklin, Ky. McLean, Va. Greeneville, Tenn. Etowah, N. C. Webster Gro., Mo. Cranford, N.
Lynn A. Gillespie Margaret Glenn Carolyn Goad David Gordon Virginia Gorton Claudia Gradw*
Kearny, N. J. Columbus, Ohio Blountville, Tenn. Lutz, Fla. Evansville, Ind. Ramsey, N. J
Uma R. Hannah Lewis Hardy Marvin Harmon Diane V. Hatt Linda L. Heinze Donna Hemenway
vlaryville, Tenn. Guilford, Conn. Sevierville, Tenn. Bernardsville, N.J. Ft. W'h'ton, Penn. New Richm'd, Wis.
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Carol J. Hicks Gail Holben Kathi Hoyt Deborah Huffman Mark A. Hughes Robert J. Hulse Bill Hutton
Maryville, Tenn. Pittsburgh, Penn. Cartersville, Ga. Greenville, Ohio Baltimore, Md. Paramus, N. J. Trenton, N. J.
vlarilyn Ingraham Rosemary Johnson Wanda Jones Susan Kehrli Don Kidd Jean King Richard Knapp Terri Kremer Nat Kuykenda
Enoree, S. C. Dubuque, Iowa Maryville, Tenn. Pittsburgh, Penn. Alcoa, Tenn. Coraopolis, Penn. Cherry Pt., N. C. Newark, Del. Memphis, Ten
irbara Laverick Barbara C. Law Jane Lawson Rosemary Lindner Trudy Little Sue A. Livingston Lu Ann Logan Lynda Luck
Bowie, Md. Oakland, N. J. Winter H'ven, Fla. Norris, Tenn. Jackson, Miss. Brilliant, Ohio Fort Worth, Texas Littleton, Colo.
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Steve Lydick Chris McCormack Suz'ne McCulloch Jean McDill Kay McLean Mary E. McLeod Mary Jo Martin
angeloth, Penn. Miami, Fla. Batala, India Richmond, Va. Clearwater, Fla. Philadelphia, Pa. Knoxville, Tenn.
anet Metzger James A. Michael Roy W. Miles Jennifer Miller Jerry Mullendore Frances Murphy
)rlando, Fla. Gainesville, Ga. Falls Church, Va. Evansville, Ind. Frisco, Texas Toronto, Canada
Richard Myser Edie Newman Connie O'Connell Deborah Ohlsen Emmy Paine Rene Paine
Westerville, Ohio Roslyn, Penn. Chattan'ga, Tenn. King of Prussia, FranJdin, Tenn. Franklin, Tenn
Chuck R. Pardue Barb Pawlewicz Michael Pearson Astrid Peelle Patty Pelzer Carol A. Peowie Ann Perr\
Unicoi, Tenn. Springfield, Penn. Maryville, Tenn. Richmond, Va. Silver Spring, Va. Hammonton. N. J. Know ille. Tenn
Kirby Pierce Judith A. Pike Sharon Plumb Linda Rhea Poe Nelda SusanPope Leslie E. Potts J. B. Randall Steve Renegar Rebecca Richard
ingsport, Tenn. Buffalo, N. Y. Bethesda, Md. Kingsport, Tenn. Gulston, Ky. Conshohocken, Pa. Millersviile. Md. Banner Elk. N. C. Greencastle. Ind
Nancy Rose Cathy F. Ross Peter Rosswaag Bill Sanders Parker Santiago Pat Scheil Janet L. Schmitt Susan Schwaiger
Kingsport, Tenn. Pittsburgh, Penn. Lambertville, N.J. Trenton, N. J. Paris Island. S. C. Ft. Wayne, Ind. E. Brunswick, N.J. Memphis, Tenn.
Ethel A. Scruggs Paul Shirk
W. Memphis, Ark. Galena, Md.
James Showalter Celia Simon Jessie Simpson Jo Carol Sims Karen Smith
Libertyville, 111. Greeneville, Tenn. Smithfield, Ky. Phila'phia, Penn. Rockwood, Tenn.
Margaret L. Smith Susan Stathopulos Kathy Stewart Roger Stiles Jane Strickland Kathy Stringfield
Atlanta, Ga. Trenton, N. J. New Castle, Penn. Concord, N. H. Wilmington, Del. Ft. L'derdale, Fla!
L. Strohmeyer Sharon Sugg Linda Suzo Ann Todd Ellen Varland Barbara Wagner
untainside, N.J. Coral Gables, Fla. Cleveland, Ohio Aliquippa, Penn. Cincinnati, Ohio Wagontown, Pa.
nne Wakefield Betty Wald
Ti'ngton, N. J. Tucson, Ariz.
Donna Walker Cindy Ward Winifred Welling Teresa Ann Wells Louise Welsh
Alliance, Ohio Nashville, Tenn. Kokomo, Ind. Bluefield, W. Va. Wyckoff, N. J.
lonna White Linda White Rick White Jackson Wingfield Leonard Wood Marc Woodward Beverly J. Yates Paul E. Yoos Stephen Zerwas
ryville, Tenn. Henders'ville, N.C. Maryville, Tenn. L'kout Mt.. Tenn. Yadkinville, N. C. Germantown, Ky. Oxford, Penn. Mt. Holly, N. J. Iowa City, Iowa
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Sophomore Class Officers: John Ribblc, President; Gerri Valois, Secretary-Treasurer; and
Davis Rugh, Vice President.
Big change from new dorms . . . noisy Pearsons and rickety Carnegie . . . Orienta-
tion—orange polkadots . . . "All these bags to fourth floor?". . . Big, Bad John . . . new-
curriculum . . . F.F.F. . . . Thought . . . sophomore slump. . long hours at the bam
paid off— first place Homecoming Float . . . class dance— you should have been there
. . . Barnwarming— psychedelic . . . another candlelight?! . . . INTERIM ... "I could
have typed all night" . . . "Peace on Earth" . . . fund raising projects, please? . . .
soph picnic— sack suppers and a nice hike . . . Our Man Flint . . . half-way there!
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Darnel J. Birtcil
Ocean City, N. J.
Gretchen G. Alexander
Mary Lois Brugler
Belle Center, Ohio
William J. Arlington
Paterson, N. J.
Mike Bull. ml
John J. Barbara
Dade City, Fla.
Boco Raton, Fla.
Linden, N. J.
Morris Plains, N. J.
Huntington Station, N. Y.
Newark, N. J.
Jeffrey J. Coghill
Pitman, N. J.
Linda Lou Coyner
Morristown, N. J.
New Madison, Ohio
Carol Ann Fisher
Anne Deuel Elam
Nellie Louise Elam
Niagra Falls, N. Y.
Oak Ridge, Tenn.
Vickie Suzanne Frye
Mary A. Evans
Tioga Center, N. Y.
Sheryl B. Furbish
Kent R. Gardner
Little Rock, Ark.
Camp Hill, Penn.
Stanhope, N. J.
Mary Sue Harris
Edward R. Hawkey
Mt. Holly, N. J.
Mary Gee Isley
Linda C. Jones
Gail J. Klein
North Olmstead, Ohio
Robert M. Knapp
Morris Plains, N. J.
Iris Y. McKeldin
David F. Messinger
Robert William Mitchell
Dunellen, N. J.
Robert Lee Macy, Jr.
George N. Lampe
Mt. Holly, N. J.
Jae Soon Lee
Taegu City, Korea
Atlantic Beach, Fla.
Ridley Park, Penn.
Mary K. Lodwick
Sao Paulo. Brazil
George R. Lybrand
Lumberton, N. C.
West Lafayette, Ind.
Durham, N. C.
Margaret Eileen Myers
New Milford, N. J.
Peter W. Peterson
Michael Nazarow, Jr.
South Plainfield, N. J.
Rehoboth Beach, Dela.
New Madison, Ohio
W. N. Osborne
Niagra Falls, N. Y.
J. Rogers Parry
Haddon Heights, N. J.
Cathy J. Rice
Bridgeton, N. J.
Marna R. Rice
Buffalo, N. Y.
Ralph E. Pemberton
Alderson, W. Va.
J. Knox Singleton
Murphy, N. C.
Fred L. Rose
Daytona Beach, Fla.
Bethel Park, Penn.
Horace Lee Stephens
Mark D. Smith
Chevy Chase, Md.
New Delhi, India
Sue Ellen Smith
Princeton, N. J.
Susan J. Smith
Mary Jane Stephens
Uniondale, N. Y.
M. Shepard Spear
Plainfield. N. J.
James C. Spotts
George N. Talley
Lafayette Hill, Penn.
Bloomfield, N. J.
Alice Lucille Tinley
Princeton, N. J.
Princeton, N. J.
Ham- E. Weisgerber, Jr.
Cherry Hill, N. J.
Rising Sun, Md.
Albert J. Wencl, Jr.
Chris Van Sant
Lenoir City, Tenn.
Lake Wales, Fla.
Gail Mitchell Weaver
Greenville, S. C.
Alice Louise Weber
Lucas V. Whitney
New Milford, N. J.
Miami Springs, Fla.
Charles D. Wortman
Warner Robins, Ga.
Judith Elaine Young
Lower Burrell, Penn.
Sally Green, Secretary-Treasurer; James Moore, Vice President; Fred Callies, President.
Hail co the surviving members of the Class
of '69 . . . Late-night float parties — keep
stuffing, kids . . . freshmen vs. R.A.'s . . .
interim guinea pigs . . . new curriculum, new
questioning, new hope for tomorrow . . .
And then there's special studies . . . and the
most "creative" yearbook ever . . . Tears
from Shenandoah flood the golf course . . .
daisies, daisies, nowhere . . . Where have
the last three years gone?
Martinsville, N. J.
Sue E. Anthony
Noreen T. Bovis
North Springfield, Va.
Oxon Hill, Md.
William A. Campton
William R. Carkhuff
Brian H. Childs
Rahway, N. J.
Winona Lake, Ind.
Alan G. Cropper
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
David Lee Cureton
Dunellen, N. J.
Travis M. Cutright, II
Miami Beach, Fla.
Joe M. Dawson
Philip DerPilbosian, Jr.
Terry E. Dorsett
John C. Dowling
E. Brunswick. N. J.
Buffalo, N. Y.
Robert C. Dugan, Jr.
Joy Ann Eichhorn
Laurel M. Erskine
Manchester, N. H.
Ellen M. Gould
Reserve, N. M.
Windsor Locks, Conn.
Virginia W. Greeno
Linda L. Gregg
Scenery Hill, Penn.
Fort Valley, Ga.
Robert L. Harner, III
Jean Hartley Hobson
Midwest City, Okla.
Butler, N. J.
David J. Hollingsworth
Gwen K. Humphreys
Pamela D. Huskey
Sandra L. Hynd
Alfred S. Keim
Simpsonville, S. C.
Barbara Elizabeth Lappage
Ann S. Little
John R. McLaughlin
San Torrce, Puerto Rico
Watertown, N. Y.
Thomas G. Marston
Arthur S. Masker
Pleasantville, N. Y.
William G. Mathieson, IV
E. Stroudsburg, Perm.
James C. Moore, Jr.
Amber Lee Myers
Carol Ann Myers
Hammonton, N. J.
Charles H. Myers, Jr.
Hammonton, N. J.
Linda L. Neel
Charlotte, N. C.
Sharon L. Owings
Plainsfieid, N. J.
Robert B. Phillips
Thomas C. Potter
Susan K. Powers
Vineland, N. J.
New Madison, Ohio
Linda J. Reifenkugel
Brooklyn. N. Y.
Pcnn Wynne, Penn.
Paul T. Reiter
Craig D. Rigell
David H. Ronco
Springfield, N. J.
Mary Lee Roseborough
June M. Rostan
Valdese. N. C.
Robert D. Rothrock, Jr.
Bergenfield, N. J.
Charles L. Rumford
Mary' Jane Schussler
Karen L. SchwarzwaJder
New Providence, N. J.
Rising Sun, Md.
Richard T. Smith
Joseph D. Stevens
Beaver Falls, N. Y.
Salem, N. J.
Linda Sue Taylor
Melody J. Thurman
Bruce C. Van Leuven
Freeport, N. Y.
Frederick H. West
W. Franklin Wilson
Collingswood, N. J.
W. Scott Wood
Lawrence, N. Y.
Battle Creek, Mich.
Class of '68 . . .
Dave Miller, President;
Laurie Waller, Secre-
tary - Treasurer; Don
Brackbill, Vice Presi-
... hit campus anxious over the change of life at MC . . .
grind away long hours on independent studies . . . crash and
burn the note cards and legal pages in the Terabian bonfire
. . . loop around Cades Cove on a 200-hamburger-picnic . . .
build the "best-looking Homecoming float" to show off our
Queen and Court . . . start a tradition and win the Senior-
Freshman football game . . . slave through senior interim . . .
party and picnic away the second term . . . prepare and bear
our crosses during comps . . . remember the good and the bad
. . . treasure the past four years . . . step forward to meet the
challenge of tomorrow.
Ronali L. Anderson
Oak Ridge, N.J.
Edwin Jones Best
Frances Jean Bettis
Phillip Howard Bettis
Health and Physical
S. M. Atchley
Fords, New Jersey
Helen Gail Beatty
William Clyde Birch
Stephen Clarke Bishop
William H. Blackwood
Economics and Business
Newton, New Jersey-
Jamesburg, New Jersey
John W. Braymer
Russell James Bright
Economics and Business
Linda Sue Carico
Merry L. Burlingham
Deerfield Beach, Fla.
E. Diane Caylor
Dean E. Clark
Economics and Business
Glen Ellyn, Illinois
Trudy K. Cochran
Cynthia Ann Cowgill
Brooklyn, New York
St. Augustine, Florida
(Catherine H. Doane
West Yarmouth, Mass.
James M. Fan
Patti E. Feller
Mary Jane Finke
Castle Peak, N.T.,
Denville, New Jersey
Health and Physical
Anita I. Emerick
Stephen R. Dorner
Ronald A. Fagan
Elgin A.F.B., Florida
Health and Physical
Plainfield, New Jersey
Douglas A. Gamble
David Harris, II
Trenton, New Jersey
Gail B. Garlinghouse
Linda A. Giesselmann
Oakland, New Jersey
Diane K. Hall
Teaneck, New Jersey
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Wanda G. Hannah
John B. Haynie, Jr.
Economics and Business
Nan Bennett Haynie
James B. Heck
Joseph W. Henry
Economics and Business
Karen G. James
Valley Station, Ky.
H. Craig Heller
Economics and Business
Judy Lane Johns
Alice W. Junkin
Janet Louise Krause
Health and Physical
Edoris Ann LeFurgey
Patricia A. MacHarg
St. Clair Shores, Mich.
Douglas B. McGruther
Economics and Business
Wayne, New Jersey
Robert M. Lucas, Jr.
Linda Cope McNair
Margaret Camilla Mann
Union, West Virginia
Joseph J. Mailoy, Jr.
Health and Physical
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Health and Physical
W. Trenton, N.J.
Gary R. Meyer
Betty Louise Milam
Carol Ann Mills
M. Davis Miller
Beverly N. Minear
Coral Gables, Florida
Judith E. Morris
Windsor, New Jersey
Health and Physical
Tellico Plains, Tenn.
Louis R. Newman
Roselle Park, N.J.
Robert B. Nicholas
Union, New Jersey-
Sarah B. Nichols
Economics and Business
Peter J. Park
Bette Elane Parker
Linda Anne Paulson
Drexel Hill, Penna.
Charles Arden Perkins
Health and Physical
Barbara L. Roberts
Meta Yvonne Robinson
Olive Branch, Miss.
Nancy Lee Rominger
W. Douglas Price
Lynn L. Ramsey
Orus Rupe, Jr.
Dan R. Quarles
Andrew D. Ruhlin
Trenton, New Jersey
Nancy P. Ryan
lealth and Physical
. Petersburg, Florida
Charleen J. Schmidt
Livingston, New Jersey
Daniel F. Styles
nomics and Business
Richard Alan Sultzbach
Susan E. Talmage
Cherry Hill, N.J.
Lindcroft, New Jersey
H. Gerald Steigelman
Darrell J. Stoker
Rock Island, Illinois
David Allan Taylor
Princess Anne, Md.
Elizabeth C. Trent
Lisbeth J. Vincent
Woodbury, New Jersey
Christine M. Wald
George V. Wood
Sherry Frances Wood
Coral Gables, Florida
E. Palestine, Ohio
Laurie Anne Waller
Richard G. Yates, Jr.
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From top: J. Moore, R. Morris, L. Reifenkugal,
C. Rumford, Editor.
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Scots score again!
Defensive unit gets tough down where it counts.
Captain John Forgety and Coach Tomlinson.
First Row: L. Dodcz, E. Brown, B. Ciccotti, G. Phillips, J. Forgety,
R. McCampbell, S. Dockery, B. Evaul, T. Cox, D. Garner, D. Ker-
ley. Second Ron': Hamilton, S. Renegar, P. Eversole, S. Boggs, J.
Klein, F. Rose, J. Hosken, J. Cannon, G. Reagan, P. Harman, W.
Carkhuff. Third Row: K. Lane, L. Bodine, P. Grice, M. Harmon,
D. Kidd, C. Smith, B. Macy, D. Bercaw, D. Reagan, B. Mitchell, A.
Robins. Fourth Row: B. Beck, J. Dawson, J. Adrian, C. Piper, W.
Osbornp, H. Stephens, D. Shockley, W. Saz, J. McLaughlin, R.
White, J. Davis, H. Crabtree.
Quarterback Crabtree rolls left.
Another rebuilding year . . . Scots have yet to come of age
. . . crucial lack of depth . . . costly injuries force inexperi-
ence into action . . . quick, hard-hitting defense . . . potent
offense . . . Team much better than record . . . one mistake at
this stage means the game . . . great effort and team spirit . . .
but only one win and a tie.
Opener at Hampden-Sydney . . . close, hard-fought . . .
but not a win . . . Home debut is squeaker against George-
town . . . still no victory . . . Hard work pays as Mars Hill
falls to the Scots . . . Lapse at Emory and Henry and Living-
ston State . . . Tough and exciting Homecoming with Harding
. . . still only one victory . . . Several chances but no score in
muddy Millsaps tie . . . Scots batter Eagles in heartbreaking
loss to Carson-Newman . . . close until last quarter . . .
Southwestern wraps it up . . . Devotion . . . disappointment
. . . but not despair . . . Next year just may be it.
Steve Dockery, Little All-American defensive back. Scots alert of defense.
Cannon scores behind strong offensive line.
White hauls in pass from Crabtrcc.
Maryville 10 Hampden-Sydney 14
Maryville 7 Georgetown 12
Maryville 7 Mars Hill
Maryville 6 Emory & Henry 35
Maryville 7 Livingston State 42
Maryville 16 Harding 27
Maryville Carson-Newman 28
Maryville 7 Southwestern 48
Dodez plows up opposition's defensive line.
Scots make ready on the sidelines.
First Row: A. Ruhlin, R. Nye, A. Williams, B. Berg, T. Chase, R.
Johnson, R. Evaul, R. Nicholas. Second Row: H. Burnette, L.
Bodine, L. Dodez, K Wood. R. Mitchell, J. Forgety, S. Wood,
Nicholas rides his man to a victory.
Alonzo sizes up his next victim.
Ralph ties him up betore the take down.
A Scot wrestler takes control of his man.
The wrestling team again launches a most successful sea-
son Although wrestling against much bigger colleges,
such as Appalachian State, U. of Georgia, and Auburn U., the
Maryville wrestling team proves to be outstanding. . . . Coach
Davis and Co-captains Ralph Johnson — last year's SEC champ
in the 137 lb. class — and Rob Nicholas have helped to prepare
this year's team. . . . Returning wrestlers Andv Ruhlin and
Harry Burnette, along with freshmen Ray Nye, Alonzo Wil-
liams, Larry Bodine, and Bob Van Dyke, help to fill positions
left vacant by last year's graduates. . . . With their individual
performances and the entire team spirit, the Maryville College
wrestling team aspires to be one of the top teams in the South.
Maryville 3 Appalachian State 40
Maryville 10 University of Tennessee 27
Maryville 15 University of Tennessee 27
Maryville 23 Sewanee 19
Maryville 6 Milligan 30
Maryville 25 University of Chattanooga 18
Maryville 14 Milligan 22
Maryville 37 Emorv University !
Maryville 17 Carson Newman 1 1
Maryville 10 University of Georgia 27
Maryville 11 Carson Newman 2 1
Maryville 3 Auburn L'niversiry 30
Co-captain R. Nicholas, Coach Davis, Assistant Coach D. Elia, Co-captain R. Johnson.
The first annual Basketball-Wrestling Homecoming . . .
Highland Lassie Barb Grinstead and her court, escorted by
the team captains, reigned over the festivities. ... A dance
with "The Collection" Friday night ... a basketball victory
over Emory and Henry Saturday night ... a new tradition
and a great weekend.
Highland Lassie and Court: Barbara Grinstead, Don Payne, Lynn Gillespie, Ralph
Johnson, Diane Humphreys, Robert Nicholas.
Highland Lassie — Miss Barbara Grinstead.
First Ron.- W. Arlington, D. Maxwell, L, Falknor, D.
Payne, L. Dildine, J. Hancher, L. Raby. Second Row:
D. Kidd, L. Mize, G. Morefield, M. Barrows, J. Leibrock,
P. Bettis, D. Hickman, D. Stoker, W. Padgett.
Boydson Baird, Head Coach; Don Payne, Captain; Jack Llewellyn,
Captain Payne drives past the Lion's defense for the score.
This year's veteran squad faced a rugged schedule . . .
Improvement seen as the team develops . . . started slow in
December and January . . . February sees the team catch fire
. . . Senior Captain Don Payne takes control on the floor . . .
the Padgett form scores again . . . big man Phil Bettis helps
out under the boards . . . "Tater" Mize and "Shadow" Bar-
rows add scoring punch to a potent offense . . . consistent play
of last year's most improved player, Dave Maxwell . . . the
rebounding of Jon Hancher and Don Hickman . . . All of
these factors, plus a strong bench, provide for an exciting sea-
son . . . With the loss of only two seniors, the Scots look
forward to an even better season next year.
Maryville 88 Calvary 81
Maryville 87 Tusculum 91
Maryville 63 Randolph Macon 88
Maryville 62 Washington and Lee 102
Marvville 66 Lee College 71
Maryville 70 Tennessee Temple 68
Marvville 68 Asheville-Bilcmore 94
Marvville 67 Tusculum 68
Marvville 82 Milligan 107
Maryville 88 Lee College 80
Maryville 68 Florida Presbvterian 76
Maryville 74 Tennessee Temple 83
Marvville 68 Emory and Henry 87
Maryville 9^ Bryan 77
Maryville 79 Mars Hill 76
Marvville 85 Milligan 78
Maryville 76 Centre 92
Marvville 88 Kentucky Southern 76
Marvville 78 Baptist College 96
Maryville 75 Emory and Henry 63
Maryville 95 Bryan 90
Marvville 86 Johnson Bible College 67
Maryville 73 Mars Hill 84
Maryville 72 Asheville-Biltmore 78
Maryville 63 Johnson Bible College 54
Scots score two more.
Alan Marshall goes for a "Big One"
Returning Iettermen . . . Pete Park, Alan Marshall, Becky Sankner
. . . under Coach Kardatzke . . . heading the tennis team . . . rein-
forced by Penny Blackwood and newcomer Sam Ferguson . . . last
year's team . . . lack of depth and experience . . . hinderances no longer
exist . . . hope for a good season!
Keep your eye on the ball, Hugh.
Don't worry, Pete. It's only a fly.
1968 Tennis Team — Standing: S. Ferguson, H. Robinson, P. Park, A. Marshall.
Kneeling: P. Blackwood and B. Sankner.
Returning Lettermen: L. Dildine, J. Agnew, R. Macy, D. Payne.
A crack of the bat . . and another score for the Scots.
1967 season disappointing . . . 4-16 record . . . Scots have
nowhere to go but up . . . 1968 has same team except for the
loss of four seniors . . . freshmen will add strength . . . coach-
ing will be a factor . . . offensive power needed to score the
runs we missed last year . . . defense tough . . . fielding is
usually good . . . pitching needs experience, but should prove
adequate . . . Coach and team must jell together . . . outlook
for '68 — hopefully better.
Bench adds moral support to Scots in action.
Probably Maryville's most consistently winning team . . .
Better than average chance to be undefeated this year ... all
lettermen arc returning ... an indoor season to get into shape
physically and mentally . . . Virtually every distance record
was broken last year . . . 880 by Childs . . . mile and two mile
run by Wiley . . .440 yard dash by Craig . . . 440 yard relay
by McEldowney, Garner, Cicotti, and Craig . . . discus tossed
for a record by Piper . . . New determination and training
techniques . . . good group of new prospects ... we can expect
some new records set.
Piper in record breaking form.
Returning Lettermen, First Row: C. Piper, D. Craig, D. Styles. Sec
ond Row: J. Klein, H. Crabtree, G. Philips, R. Hamory.
Varsity athletes from all sports united in a spirit of fellow-
ship. . . . Patriotic meetings revolve around the topic of sports
. . . Looking for a worthwhile service function . . . recognizing
the need for academic achievement . . . seeking to promote
further student involvement in athletics . . . hoping to reor-
ganize "the pit" . . . working toward the goal of a strong,
active club with a fraternal bond among all varsity athletes.
First Row: J. Agnew, C. Piper, D. Craig, D. Payne, L. Dildine.
Second Row: R. Nicholas, G. Meyer, D. Styles, G. Phillips, H.
Burnette. Third Row: J. Cannon, S. Dockery, P. Bettis, D. Bercaw,
D. Styles, Secretary; D. Craig, Vice President; D. Payne, Presi-
dent; D. Bercaw, Sergeant at Arms; G. Phillips, Chaplain.
Wrestlinn 2, 3, 4
Baseball 2, 3, 4
Football 1, 2, 3, 4
Official Forgcty steps in to settle a dispute.
Sigs plan strategy that brought them a win in the Shoe game.
Sig on the sidelines at the start of another successful season.
An exciting intramural football season with Alpha Sigma
defeating a determined Phi seven for the league championship.
. . . Sig pulls out a thrilling victory in the All-Star game on
a bomb from Junior Maietta to Dick Craig in the closing
seconds . . . Seniors annihilate freshmen in their annual clash.
. . . Volleyball intramurals dominated by the undefeated
Beavers led by Bruce Van Leuven. . . . Basketball season
developing into a dogfight between undefeated Alpha Sigma
and Townrounders.. . . Softball — another fine season . . . high
spirit on all teams. . . . Purpose of intramurals accomplished —
all men given a chance to participate in non-varsity sports.
Kappa Phi warms up before the Shoe game.
Independent's defense makes play in win over Sig.
96er's score, and Styles starts the fast break.
Grab the ball, not his arm, Steve!
Hockey strategy planned on the sidelines.
To supplement the curncular activities of physical education
. . . to have fun ... to fill the afternoons with something
other than books ... to offer women students fifteen varied
recreational activities — field hockey? I've never heard of it!
. . . to present an opportunity for more competition — my
floor's better than yours! ... to break the monotony of study-
ing ... to break a bat over your opponent's head ... to break
in a new sport — lacrosse ... or simply to break from ex-
Up and away??
Sock it to 'em, Grinny!
The vice-president of "M" club in charge . . .
two representatives of each women's society ... an
events manager . . . and a faculty advisor. . . . Co-
ordinators of women's intramurals among the societies
. . . urging active participation . . . fun . . . fellow-
First Row: Mrs. Davis, Advisor. Second Row: B. Vincent, Program
Chairman; P. Pierce, Treasurer; N. Bovis, Vice President; D.
Mtury, President; A. Weber, Secretary; M. Paddison, Chaplain;
M. Evans. Third Row: B. Sankner; J. Ferguson; L. Riefenkugel; S.
Fershee; M. Stewart; C. Lamm, Publicity Chairman; M. L. Rose-
borough. Nor Pictured: K. Mullins, Program Chairman.
C. Lamm, M. Paddison, D. Meury, N. Bovis, P. Pierce, Mrs. Davis.
To further interest in women's athletics and good sports-
manship at Maryville College . . . organizers and administra-
tors of women's intramurals . . . How many points do I have
. . . I've timed and scored an awful lot of games . . . Chalk
up enough points and you're invited to wear a beautiful green
sweatshirt that says Women's "M" Club!
Captain Craig Rigell &. Lynn Anthony. Tom Graham 8c Mary Sue Harm.
Larry Sharpe 8C Linda Rhea Poe. Bill Mathieson 8C Trudy Little.
Alternates Jerry Mullendore 8C Jane Strickland.
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Bhagavad-Gita, in the Family of Man
. . . Clasp the handd and know the tnouahti of- men . . .
John Masefield, in The Family of Man,
Organizations Committee, Left to right: S. Schwaiger, R. Reichmann, N. Davidson, and S.
Anthony, P. Proffitt, Editors. Not Pictured: K. Stone, S. Green.
Student Council, Seated from left to right: C. Rigell, B. Vincent,
J. Jett, D. Price, L. Jones, J. Heck, L. McNair, N. Ryan, D. Bar-
ber, J. Gates, E. Scruggs. Standing from left to right: G. Meyer,
A. Cropper, S. Ellis, D. Hickman, J. Ribble, S. Spear, D. Gamble,
T. Dorsett, R. Myser, L. Kramer, B. Childs.
Affected by the spirit of change and expansion . . . Doug
and Doug, a secretary and a treasurer, plus 23 representatives
strive to restructure Maryville College. Alcohol . . . chapel . . .
judiciary system . . . primary concerns of council. Results —
are the rules really handed down from generation to genera-
tion? A judicial committee ... a bar in Baldwin for the
Roaring Twenties partv ... no compulsory chapel during the
interim ... a dining room committee and extra cartons of milk
. . .. evaluation of the academic excellence of the interim . . .
maybe the library opened on Sunday! The only thing perm-
anent is change!
Student Council Officers, Left to Right: J. Jett — Secretary; D.
Gamble — President; D. Price — Vice-President; L. Jone9 — Treas-
Committees of Student Council
.Academics Committee: L. McNair, Dr. Daniels, B.
Vincent, K. Trowbridge, M. Robinson, C. VandegrifF,
Pep Committee: T. Graham, L. Gillespie, B. McEldowney.
Programs Committee, Seated: B. Arlington, S.
Powers, A. Cropper, J. Hobson, C. Rumford.
Standing: D. Hickman, J. Ribble.
Social Committee: A. Little, J. Hannah, G.
Meyer, J. Jelt, N. Ryan.
Publicity Committee, Front: L. Jones, C. Rosser,
G. Brogden, M. Ezzell. Back: W. Campton, J.
Ribble, D. Hickman.
Constitution Committee: G. Meyer, Dr. Campbell, S.
Spear, Dean Thomas, J. Heck, Dr. Ainsworth.
Elections Committee, Seated: H. Newman, D. Miller, T. Alderson, F. West.
Standing: D. Hickman, J. Ribble, B. Grinstead, D. Markley, D. Price.
WSGA Officers, Seated. Left to Right: M. Schussler — Sec. Treas.;
N. Ryan — President; G. Walker— V.-Pres.
Women's governing . body, composed of resident female
students ... designed to provide self-government for the
women in the dormitories. . . . Coordinating Council of elected
representatives operates with the administration on matters con-
cerning women students. . . .
Sales of chrysanthemum corsages for Homecoming . . .
a dinner for women students . . . programs and discussions
with Lisa Sergio, authority of the "new morality" . .. repre-
sentation at the annual conference of the Intercollegiate Asso-
ciation of Women Students.
WSGA. Seated, Left to Right: M. Schussler, G. Walker, N. Ryan. Stand-
ing, Left to Right: K. Trowbridge, P. Feller, J. Strickland, J. King, S. Hynd,
I. McKelden, S. Anthony, S. Smith.
M.S.G. dominated by the fourth floor
... to stress the acceptance of respon-
sibility and the material aspects of dorm
life. . . . The first informal bull session
was led by Miss Roewade, a prominent
figure on our campus this year. . . . The
fourth floor Carnegie heads in Christ-
mas decorations with their usual flare
. . . hopeful for first annual bedrace in
the spring . . . M.S.G. looking forward
to the time when it will have an impor-
tant role in self-discipline of students.
MSG, Bottom row, left to right: J. Talbot, B. Mathieson, L. Raby, D.
Cadero, G. Skrinar. Top row, left to right: C. Piper, D. Wiley, J.
Barbara, K. Marine, H. Newman.
MSG Officers, Sealed, left to right:
D. Quarles, Treasurer; C. Piper, Vice-
President. Standing, left to right: R.
Kusek, Secretary; O. Rupe, President.
Front: J. Ribble, D. Price, D. Hickman, B. Berg, A. Cropper, C.
Rigell, C. Rumford, T. Dorsett, C. Davies, D. Maxwell, J. Haynie, G.
Meyer, F. West, R. Karnes, S. Wood, D. Miller, D. Clark. Back: D.
Hollingsworth, W. Patterson, J. Moore, S. Ellis, W. Rankin, S. Mes-
A dynamic force . . . developing
incentive through leadership in cam-
pus, national, and international af-
fairs . . . Circle K, a service club
of selected college men . . . spon-
sored by the Alcoa and Maryville
Kiwanis Clubs . . . ushering at
Vespers and the Messiah concert,
presenting the most valuable player
award in our intramural sports pro-
gram, and sponsoring the United
States Marine Corps relief drive for
Viet Nam . . . Circle K — dedicated
Miss Patti Feller
Miss Jean Hobson
Freshman picnic-confrontation with UCCF . . . new
ideas, new responsibilities and new demands . . . Fall
Retreat — faculty and students exploring commit-
ment, social justice — what is a man? . . . mass
baptism of officers . . . realization of impotence,
insignificance, and superficiality . . . Pray-Ins, guid-
ing . . . involvement, responsibility, commitment
demanded . . . Process '67 and Cleveland Week with
the University Christian Movement for seven stu-
dents . . . forcing people to deal with significant
issues . . . Thanksgiving Service — experimental and
contemporary worship, making people aware. . . .
Advent communion and Christmas readings, faculty-
students working and learning together, psychedelic
Barnhappening, new format for February meetings
. . . groping in the darkness.
U.C.C.F. Officers, Standing, Left to Right: J. Reynolds — President; J. Ros-
tan — Secretary; S. Horning — Treasurer.
U.C.C.F. Cabinet, Seated, Left to Right: W. Hannah, B. Roberts,
M. Schussler, A. Bridges, D. Barnett, M. Hegner, L. Erskine.
Standing, Left to Right: S. Ellis, J. Rostan, S. Horning.
Left to right: S. Smith, J. Griffith, B. Fritz, B. Berg, S. Horning, J.
Daugherty, S. Spear, D. Gilmore, D. Hickman, D. Rugh, M. White, V.
Mosier, P. Tucker, D. Birtcil.
Nu Gamma leaders and Key Men . . . U.C.C.F. Social
Commission. . . . Are you kidding — a psychedelic Barn-
Happening — something new at Maryville College? . . . One
gets writer's cramp from those Nu Gamma letters in the sum-
mer . . . and an empty pocketbook from holiday treats . . .
and tired muscles and sore feet when frosh arrive. ... A
new Nu Gamma dress? . . . Christmas readings by fireside and
caroling by rain. ... A spring fashion show in January. . . .
Fun retreats — we're claiming Laurel Lake.
Left to right: T. Graham, M. J. Schussler, B. McEldowney. Second
row: B. Harris, E. Farrar, K. Rice, C. Rosser, B. Knapp, B. Grinstead,
J. Ribble, G. Valois, C. Lamm. Back row: S. Preston, J. Goler, L. Whit-
ney, J. Coghill, B. Abel, M. Small, L. Taylor.
First Term Officers, Left to right: C. Parkhurst, B. Laipply, B. Woodworth, D. Humphries, I. McKelden,
Second Term Officers, Seated: S. Cole, R. Anderson, W. Bay, L. Pivik. Standing: J. Hannah, C. Lamm,
FIRST TERM OFFICERS
President BARB WOODWORTH
Vice President BRENDA LAIPPLY
Secretary IRIS McKELDEN
Treasurer CANDY PARKHURST
Barmaid MARTI AGNEW
Program Chairmen JACKIE GOLER
Athletic Chairmen MARY PADDISON
Rush Chairmen RONNIE ANDERSON
SECOND TERM OFFICERS
President RONNIE ANDERSON
Vice President WAYNETTA BAYS
Secretary LOIS PIVIK
Treasurer SUE COLE
Barmaid JUDY HANNAH
Program Chairman .... CHRIS LAMM
Athletic Chairmen ELLEN FARRAR
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FIRST TERM OFFICERS
President BETTY VINCENT
Vice President - GWEN HUMPHREYS
Secretary ..NANCY DAVIDSON
Treasurer .. -.... SALLIE DAVIDSON
Chaplain .... DENISE MEURY
Program Chairmen OLA PITTMAN
Athletic Chairmen J>AM PIERCE
Rush Chairman BARB GRINSTEAD
SECOND TERM OFFICERS
President KATHY DOANE
Vice President LINDA REIFENKUGEL
Secretary ._ CAROL MYERS
Treasurer .__. SALLIE DAVIDSON
Chaplain LEAH CROMER
Program Chairmen BARB GRINSTEAD
Athletic Chairmen PAM PIERCE
Skit Chairmen - BETTY VINCENT
First Term Officers, Sealed: N. Davidson, B. Vincent, G. Humphreys. Standing: S. David-
son, B. Grinstead, P. Pierce, D. Meury.
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS
President JOHN FORGETY
Vice President GARY PHILLIPS
Secretary ROD PARRY
Treasurer ALBERT WENCL
Chaplain PETE PETERSON
Rush Chairman _ JOHN KLEIN
Athletic Chairman FRED ROSE
SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS
President ..GARY PHILLIPS
Vice President A. J. FORT
Secretary RICK ZIEGLER
Treasurer ALBERT WENCL
Chaplain ROCKY BROWN
Program Chairmen PAUL GRICE
Athletic Chairman AL MORRIS
Second Term Officers, Left to right: R. Parry, F. Rose, G. Phillips, J. Klein, A. Wencl.
First Term Officers, Left to right: E. Brown, G. Phillips, J. Morris, B. Barnes, R. Ziegler, J.
Fort, A. Wencl.
FIRST TERM OFFICERS
President DEAN CLARK
Vice President DAN STYLES
Secretary - BOB BERG
Treasurer DAVE HOLLINGSWORTH
Athletic Chairman LEE FALKNOR
Program Chairman LUCAS WHITNEY
Bartender JON HANCHER
Rush Chairman SCOTT WOOD
SECOND TERM OFFICERS
President DAN STYLES
Vice President ANDY RUHLIN
Secretary LUCAS WHITNEY
Treasurer _ - BOB BERG
Athletic Chairman RAY GIBBONS
Bartender DEAN CLARK
Program Chairman . MIKE NAZAROW
First Term Officers, Left to right: L. Whitney, R. Gibbons, B. Berg, D. Hollingsworth, D.
Styles, D. Clark.
Second Term Officers, 1st Row: L. Whitney, A. Ruhlin D. Styles. B. Berg. D. Clark, R. Gib-
bons. 2nd Row: M. Nazarow.
Sigma Mu Chi, Seated, Left to Right: J. 8C D. Olson, S. 8C D.
Maxwell, J. & C. Morris, J. & R. Washburn, J. & R. Bright, J. &.
D. Messinger, J. & N. Haynie, J. & S. McLaughlin, R. 8C S.
McCampbell. Standing, Left to Right: L. SC B. Davis, Dean & Mrs.
Thomas, L. &. B. Thomas, J. 8c K. Copeland.
Married students are no longer rare birds . . . new organ-
ization for students and spouses . . . informal get-togethers to
get to know one another . . . parties, bridge, and meetings for
student couples . . . friendships, ideas, and interests shared.
Sigma Mu Chi
Play house? ... the "View from the Bridge" is terrific . . .
a real Green Room — buy your tickets now . . . "Was it one for
three dollars or three dollars for one? . . . That's the set?
Welcome, Mr. Eddleman . . . tribute to Shakespeare— Julius
Caesar . . . Come join and we'll all go Barefoot in the Park.
Playhouse, Seated, Left to Right: E. Taschenberg, P. DerPilbosian,
M. Smith. Standing, Left to Right: S. Fleming, D. Nighbert, A.
White, C. Slaybaugh, R. Fagan, S. Horning, S. Anthony, B.
Fisher, J. Myers, B. Patterson, R. Phillippi, B. Harner, W. Welling.
Copy Staff — M. Paddison; A. Bridges, Copy Editor; S. Hunter.
N. Bovis, Business Manager; Dr. Blair, Advisor; A. Little, Editor.
Literary Staff — R. Lindner; M. Smith; L. Sharpe; M. J. Schussler, Literar>'
A new start with a new office-
. . Do
have to have a yearbook every year? . . . Creative theme, but
no creative minds — no offense. . . . Don't you know how to
make a stamp— like "FRAGILE," only "CREATED" . . .
Mr. Spears and the Porkies all on Anderson Tower? ... A
deadline next week? . . . And you're sure the retakes aren't
back yet? . . . Could we have a picture of the working staff —
we're hard-up for candids . . . even / would read a short
quotation. . . . Frustration . . . work . . . creation . . . tears
. . . curses ... no sleep . . . pride in May . . . Our junior
class gift to the graduating seniors.
B. Childs, Asst. Editor; J. Braymer, Editor; M. Small, Business Manager.
The Highland Echo, 1968 . . . new offices, new staff, new
ideas . . . more than news reporting . . . communication is the
key to involvement. . . . "Graffiti" — "the words of the prophet
are written on the subway wall". . . . Opinions, letters, and
room for opposition or affirmation are paramount: mainte-
nance of dialogue, etc. . . . "Nausea" and perceptivity of
"outside" poets . . . poets' corner for MC poets . . . critiques
of campus events . . . Seen and Heard — sometimes better
not seen or heard . . . athletic highlights . . . "Fort Mudge"
revived and revisited ... all created, selected, compounded,
dispersed. . . . Seriousness of intent, Friday afternoons, per-
sonal reward . . . and a HOPE for communication. . . .
J. Braymer, Editor; L. Shapiro, Asst. Business Manager;
B. Minear and M. Robinson, Feature Editors; C. Cocke,
News Editor; K. James, Art Editor; C. Rigell, Sports
Editor. Not Pictured: L. Wood, Photographer; Dr. F.
Mark Davis, Faculty Advisor.
N. Davidson, P. Feller, S. Smith, B. Grinstead, A.
Little, A. Emerick, N. Bovis, L. Waller.
The B. G.'s? . . . Oh, yes — the Bad Girls ... or is it the
Backward Group ... or the Beanpole Gang? . . . B.G.
stands for fun and fellowship . . . the initials have significance
only to its members . . . B. G.'s — eight girls . . . campfires . . .
friendships . . . confidences . . orange potatoes?!?!
Porky and the Simple who? . . Sons of witches . . . On
Highlanders, and we are the what?! . . . Strange that the
silverware tastes like chlorine . . . black derby . . . red vests
. . . Porky playmate of the month is ! . . . "Strip for
them, Les" . . . Who doesn't look good in a mini-kilt? . . .
The President's problem children. . . .
Front: G. Wood, P. Reiter, B. Smith. Back: L. Raby, K.
Singleton, R. Smith, T. Alderson.
That first wonderful rehearsal . . . open wide and sing a
good, high ''Ah". . . . Before we were the old and the new;
now we are one choir . . . cheeks up. . . . Happy Birthday,
Monteverdi; Happy Birthday to you. . . . The joy of con-
ception instead of the pain of labor . . . down in the old
picnic stream . . . seeing Karen Roewade from the front. . . .
One bus for 65 people? . . . Step right out ... 1, 2, 3, GO.
. . . That guy takes a bus in places I wouldn't take a bicycle!
. . . Sing in the Gulf. . . . Tweeeeeek. . . . The sun comes up
right on time. . . . We're just wild about Harry. . . . The
final robe turning in . . . the Lord's my shepherd, I'll not
want. . . . The Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord be
gracious unto you. Amen.
A force of fifty-two . . . with many kids new . . . We're
tapped to croon ... a collegiate or show tune . . . With
sheets for dresses . . . and nightcaps for tresses . . . Granny!
We're ready to play ... on initiation day . . . Oklahoma! . . .
"Born Free" and "I Believe" . . . make a concert for fall . . .
Remember to sit straight . . . and always stand tall. . . . We
sponsor Jean's Drag — square dancing . . . Christmas songs — a
carol sing . . . and a concert for spring. . . . It's been a year
of running . . . but one of much funning.
And Men's Glee
Messiah, Seated, left to right: S. Carico, C. O'Connell, A. White, Miss Roewade. Standing, left
to right: J. Metzger, J. Henry, C. Cocke, Mr. Kinsinger, M. Mertz, B. Trent, L. Laubach, J.
Daugherty, C. Fisher, D. Nighbert.
Thirty-fifth annual college-community production of this
great oratorio by Handel . . . under the direction of Dr. Harry
H. Harter . . . College Choir, Men's Glee Club, Women's
Chorus, faculty, staff, and townspeople . . . assisted by Dr.
Bloy at the Lambert Organ, Mrs. Schoen at the harpsichord,
Mr. Bonham at the piano . . . much cooperation . . . "Let's
have a big 'Hallelujah' "... a "heavenly" sound . . . three-
hundred voices and instruments blend in harmony . . . fourteen
soloists including Miss Karen Roewade, Maryville's own
affiliate artist . . . "What's there to do on Monday night?" . . .
and when it is all over — a big sigh and enough enthusiasm
left over for next year.
Winter Concert . . . first appearance after marching season
. . . kilts and beaver hats replaced by black formals and
tuxedos . . . music by Kabalevsky-Hunsberger, Emmett-
Dragon, and Dello Joio. . . . Two busses head forth for
annual tour — Washington, D. C. . . . after weeks of rehearsal
and planning . . . and fund raising. . . . Spring Concert after
tour . . . selections from Bernstein, Williams, and Sousa. . . .
Pop Concert for Alumni in May. . . . And another year
closes. . . . Wonder what new talent next year's freshmen
OFFICERS— B. Smith, Vice President; T. Alderson,
Treasurer: P. Reiter, President; B. Bush, Secretary.
Mr. Stallings. Director.
A different band ... a new di-
rector, Dan B. Stallings. . . . Does
anybody know what the B. stands
for? . . . "Hey, which side of the
bleachers do we belong on any-
way?" . . . "Come on gang, let's
get after it!" . . . Segue spin . . -
step two . . . Homecoming ... in-
stant geometry . . . show created by-
Harry who? . . . Two highland
lassies . . . three pipers . . . swing
those plaidies, maybe . . . pointed
toes . . . eyes straight ahead. . . .
What do you mean, we won? . . .
The final game ... for many . . .
the last show . . . "and all these
years I wished that uniform had
MAJORETTES: A. Prewett
and B. Laipply.
PIPERS: A. Strohmeyer, D. Gilmore, V. Mosier.
First Row: L. Burton, R. Anderson, H. Beatty. Second Ron: T. Alder-
son, S. Hynd, H. Weisgerber.
AfENC, Sealed: B. Trent, President. Standing: A. Junkin, R.
Wood, R. Sultzbach, H. Weisgerber, T. Alderson, S. Carico, S.
Nichols, T. Houser, J. Myers, C. Clymans, B. Lynch.
A national organization providing opportunity for profes-
sional development in music education . . . open to all music
majors . . . monthly meetings . . . programs based on practical
application of music education.
To a teacher as water is to a swimmer . . . membership
open to anyone who plans to be a teacher . . . elementary or
secondary . . . gives a preview of membership in a professional
organization . . . what to expect in that chosen profession . . .
SNEA, First row, left to right: S. Talmage, T. Josey, J. Morris,
G. Walker, L. Ramsey, M. Mann, N. Ryan. Second row, left to
right: J. Jett, K. Doane, K. Hoyt, C. Simon, R. Reed, B. Harris,
A. Tarwater, N. Bovis. Third row, left to right: S. Wood, B.
Milam, C. Currie, N. Davidson, T. Wells, M. Johnson, C. Hall-
man. Fourth row, left to right: C. Beatty, J. Tate, H. Beatty, B.
Lynch, C. Wortman. Standing: Dr. Sherer, Dr. Walton.
Debate, Left to right: D. Caylor, K. Singleton, R. Phillippi, Mrs.
Proffitt — sponsor; S. Myers, J. Lutz, S. Horning.
Resolved: That the Federal Government Guarantee for all
Citizens an Annual Minimum Cash Income . . . Annual Mary-
ville College Novice Tournament in October . . . tournaments
in Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, New Orleans, Louisiana
. . . research . . . travel . . . speech . . . debating and extra
speaking events . . . THE ART OF PERSUASION-
BEAUTIFUL AND JUST.
Student Affiliate Chapter of the American Chemical Society
. . . purpose — to foster pride and enthusiasm in the chemistry
department ... to provide opportunity for students to become
better acquainted with this particular field of science.
American Chemical Society, Seated: T. Dorsett, J. Cannon, K.
Yoder. Second Row: J. Wheeler, J. Fan, Mr. Howell, P. Park,
Hopeless. Third Row: D. Olson — Pres. ; G. Brown, B. Cox, D.
Quarles, Dr. Ogren, Dr. Young.
Creative Leisure? . . . An unexplored area of campus life
. . . launched in fall of 1967. . . . Purpose: to channel free
time into rewarding pursuits. . . . Finding creativity in hand-
crafts, the arts, hobbies, and outdoor recreation. . . . Voluntary
participation, bringing students and faculty together in eleven
informal groups . . . for fun and fulfillment. . . . Recorder
group, Needlecraft, Readers Theatre, Fishing, Hiking and
Lore of the Smokies, Folk Music, Arts and Crafts, Photog-
raphy, Camping, Creative Writing, Sketching.
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norance . .
. . . and therein tied my honor and mu reward.
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Honors Committee: J. Elmore; B. A*, editor; S. Ferihee; K. McLean. Not Pictured: S. Hunter.
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Campus scholastic honorary society ... to en-
courage true scholarship ... to stimulate interests
in cultural pursuits among students. . . . Membership
open to students with a 3.33 average . . . and to
faculty and staff members in Phi Beta Kappa, or
those who have fulfilled requirements designated for
Alpha Gamma Sigma.
Seated: Mrs. Linwood Snyder, Mrs. Judson Murphy, Mrs. Hugh Crawford, Miss
Viola Lightfoot. Standing: Dean Boyd Daniels, Mrs. David Berry, Miss Frances
Massey, and the late Rev. Thomas Horst.
Beta Beta Beta
Society for students of biological sciences . . . seeking to
encourage scholarly attainment by reserving membership for
those with superior academic records . . . and a special aptitude
for the subject of biology. . . . Desires to cultivate intellectual
interest in natural sciences ... to promote appreciation of
biological study. . . . Noteworthy contribution to the curricular
program of life sciences . . . encourages new discoveries
through scientific investigation. ... A three-fold program:
stimulation of sound scholarship, dissemination of scientific
knowledge, and promotion of biological research.
Dr. Shields, C. Cowgill, A. LeFurgey, J. Eichhorn, J. Reimers, H. Barr,
International Music Fraternity ... a
professional society for women. . . .
Alpha Zeta chapter chartered in De-
cember, 1966 ... for MC women with
courses in music . . . chosen for academic
achievement and outstanding musical
performance. . . . Sponsors monthly
musical meetings and visits to the
campus by music artists. . . . Mrs. Sallie
Schoen is our faculty sponsor and our
patron — Dr. Harry Harter. . . . Pur-
poses: to promote fellowship among per-
sons interested in a common goal . . .
to further the role of women musicians.
First Row: A. Junlcin, L. Taylor, B. Trent. Second Ron: P. Lavender, Mrs. Schoen, S. Carico, M.
Newlin, A. Hongspan, M. Sims, P. Huskey. Standing: Dr. Harter.
Sealed: S. Ketchum, A. Masker, C. Davies, D. Miller. Standing: R. Bright, H. Weisgerber, C. Myers, J. Bray-
mer, R. Smith, M. Bullard, R. Yates, R. Phillips, J. Henry, D. Brackbill, D. Stallings, H. Newman, P. Reiter, T.
Houser, J. Daugherty, E. Best.
Of America . . . the best in music combined with . . .
warmth . . . meaning . . . fraternity. . . . Xi Rho Chapter at
Maryville College . . to advance the cause of music ... to
foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of music students
... to develop the truest fraternal spirit ... to encourage
loyalty to the Alma Mater. . . . Hopes to be a positive factor
in the music life at MC . . . also an integral part of the whole
National French Honor Society . . . chapters in many uni-
versities and colleges in the United States. . . . Dedicated to
the expansion and expression of French civilization . . . fosters
an understanding and enjoyment of French art, music,
philosophy, history, literature, and spoken language. . . .
Maryville College chapter — Delta Gamma ... a special
tutorial program for those students wishing to improve and
extend their knowledge of French grammar.
Seated: K. Wells, W. Goodwin, M. Pierce, R. Bates, E. Best, M. Martin. Standing: J. Thomas, D.
Story, E. Cubbin, N. Arn, O. Lopez, G. Klein, L . McNair, S. Carr, K. Munson.
D. Gamble, President; W. Birch, T. Cochran, Vice President; N. Rominger, Dr. Case, Secretary; D. McGruther,
S. Wintermute. Not Pictured: Dr. Ainsworth, Mr. Gossweiler.
Pi Gamma Mu
National Social Science Honor Society . . . recognition of superior
achievement in social science . . . students of social science ranking in
the upper 35' , of their class ... a "B" average in twenty or more
hours of study in social science.
Mrs. Proffitt, R. Phillippi, President; S. Horning, Secretary; W. Cox, Vice President; S. Graham, K.
Singleton, C. Myers.
National forensic honor-
ary . . . members selected
from sophomores winning
a majority of debates in in-
. . . helps to sponsor Ten-
nessee Valley Invitational
Tournament . . . strives for
pursuit of excellence in for-
ensic communication and
promotion of debate as a
path toward knowledge.
Psi Sigma Mu
Psychology society of twenty-five members ... to
broaden each member's knowledge of this subject
... to encourage individual participation in student-
conducted seminars. . . . Fall, winter, and spring
overnights in the mountains as highlights. . . .
Pranks are a specialty — razors under sinks . . . dishes
in the oven ( (?) ... car stuffing . . . car rolling . . .
and missing book cases — all played on our Doctor.
. . . Much pride in this organization . . . technique
of learning while having fun.
P. Reiter, S. Green, S. MacKenzie, D. Brackbill, R. Yates, A. Masker, B. Ash, S. M.
Atchley, R. Smith, D. Miller, E. Gould, D. Cureton, P. Feller, R. Sammons, S. Wood,
J. Leibundguth, Mr. Stingle, C. Vandegriff, S. Schug, R. Anderson, Dr. Waters, B.
Vincent, B. Milam, E. Parker, B. Lappage.
Tau Kappa Chi
Sealed: L. Taylor. Standing: P. Lavender, S.
Carico, M. Newlin, C. Cowgill, B. Trent, C.
Fisher, J. Young, M. McCall, M. Green, A.
Hongspan, A. Junkin.
Honorary music society ... to provide a
goal for all students interested in music . . .
to give recognition for academic achievement
. . . for outstanding performances in music.
Theta Alpha Phi
The National Honorarv Fraternity of the Theatre
Arts . . . represented by the Delta Chapter. . . .
Field trips to other higher institutions of learning to
observe production procedures and facilities. . . .
To "Increase interest, stimulate creativeness, and
foster artistic achievement in all or the allied arts
... of the theatre ". . . . Membership open to am
student at Maryville who shows proficiency and inter-
est in the fields of acting . . . technical work . . .
Seated: D. Caylor, R. Fagan, P. DerPilbosian. F. Callies, V. Greeno. Standing: J.
Myers, A. Ruhlin, R. Mahler, S. Wintermute.
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ABRAHAMSON, ELIZABETH A., 104 Orchard Ave., Hights-
town, New Jersey. Major: Elementary Education. Band, Messiah,
SNEA, Chilhowean Staff, Intramurals.
ANDERSON, MARTHA E., 1454 Missouri Ave., Bridgeville,
Pennsylvania. Major: Sociology. Playhouse, Highland Echo
Staff, Theta Epsilon (Treasurer, Rush Co-chairman, Pledge
Mistress), Lloyd House; Council, Intramurals.
ANDERSON, RONALI L., 1595 O'Berry Hoover Rd., Orlando,
Florida. Major: Psychology. Chi Beta (President, Rush Chair-
man), Psi Sigma Mu, Band Sponsor.
ANDERSON, SUSAN E., Lake Hartung, Oak Ridge, New Jersey.
Major: Art. Messiah, Playhouse, Chilhowean Staff, Theta Epsi-
ATCHLEY. SHIRLEY M., 1623 Lacont Dr., Maryville, Tennessee.
Major: Psychology. Vesper Choir, Women's Choir, Messiah,
Band (Color Guard), Orchestra, BSU, MENC, Psi Sigma Mu.
BABELAY, SARAH V., Rt. 12, Knoxville, Tennessee. Major: Art.
Sophomore Aide, Chi Beta, MENC.
BALDWIN, M. JEANNE, 8 William St., Fords, New Jersey.
Major: Bible and Christian Education.
BEATTY, HELEN G., 105 E. Wright St., Covington, Ohio.
Major: Mathematics. Band, SNEA, Math Club, Intramurals.
BERRY, DOROTHY B., 1612 Cherry Dr., Maryville, Tennessee.
Major: Elementary Education.
BEST, EDWIN J., 1207 Court St., Maryville, Tennessee. Major:
French. Band, Messiah, Orchestra, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia,
Language Lab Assistant, Dean's List.
BETTIS, F. JEAN, 1922 Janis Dr., Memphis, Tennessee. Major:
English. Vesper Choir, Messiah, Senior Counselor, UCCF (Nu
Gamma), Chi Beta, Sophomore Class Sponsor for Barnwarming,
Intramurals, Kind Memorial Scholarship.
BETTIS, PHILLIP H., Rt. 1, Loudon, Tennessee. Major: Health
and Physical Education. Basketball, Lettermen's Club.
BIRCH, WILLIAM C, 214 Cherokee Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Major: History. Pi Gamma Mu.
BISHOP, STEPHEN C, 625 W. University Pkwy., Baltimore,
Maryland. Major: History.
BLACK, RUTH A., 301 N. Howell Ave., Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Major: Biology. Debate Team. Chi Beta, UCCF, Messiah, Bi-
ology- Seminar, CLAP (Hiking, Camping).
BLACKWOOD, WILLIAM H., Knox Mt. Rd., RFD 1, Franklin,
New Hampshire. Major: Economics and Business Administra-
tion. Vesper Choir, Messiah, Dean's List, Intramurals.
BOAZ, CAROLYN E., 11 Linwood Ave., Newton, New Jersey.
Major: Mathematics, Chi Beta, Math Club.
BLACKBILL, DON, 9 W. Church St., Jamesburg, New Jersey.
Major: Psychology. Vesper Choir, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia
(Treasurer), Psi Sigma Mu (President), Senior Class Vice
BRAYMER, JOHN W., 1103 Race Ave., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
BRAYMER, JOHN W., 1103 Race Ave., ittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Major: English. Highland Echo Staff (Editor), Vesper Choir,
Messiah, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Playhouse (The Fantastics,
The Sound of Music, Our Town), Academics and Judicial
Committee, February Meetings Committee, Kappa Phi (Pro-
gram Chairman, Formal Chairman), Resident Assistant.
BRIGHT, RUSSELL J., Box 1075, Maryville, Tennessee. Major:
Economics and Business Administration. Band, Phi Mu Alpha
Sinfonia, Alpha Sigma, Chilhowean Staff, Highland Echo Staff.
BURLINGHAM, MERRY L., 1932 N. E. 6th St., Deerfield Beach,
Florida. Major: English. Chi Beta, Senior Counselor, Chilho-
wean Staff (Business Manager), Highland Echo Staff, American
Studies Seminar, Academic Committee, UCCF (Far Eastern
Commission), Kind Memorial Scholarship, Padgett Memorial
Scholarship, Alpha Gamma Sigma, Honorable Mention in
Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Competition, Intramurals.
CARDIN, CAROLYN J., Rt. 2, Friendsville, Tennessee. Major:
CARICO, L. SUE, 1933 Greenway St., Kingsport, Tennessee.
Major: Music Education. Vesper Choir, Messiah (Soloist),
MENC, Delta Omicron (President), Tau Kappa Chi.
CAYLOR, E. DIANE, Rt. 8, Louisville Rd., Maryville, Tennessee.
Major: History. Theta Alpha Phi, Playhouse, Bates Drama
Award, Malcolm Miller Drama Award, Debate Team, First
Place in Dramatic Reading at Mountain Forensic Tournament.
CHESNEY, ROBERTA M., 126 Sheridan Circle, Charleston,
West Virginia. Major: English. Chi Beta, Womens Choir, Chil-
howean Staff, Dean's List.
CLARK, DEAN E„ 776 St. Charles Rd., Glen Ellyn, Illinois.
Major: Economics and Business Administration. Basketball,
Track, Intramurals, Lettermen's Club, Kappa Phi (President,
Treasurer, Bartender), Circle K, MSG, Highland Echo Staff,
COCHRAN, TRUDY K., 548 Morgantown Rd., Maryville, Ten-
nessee. Major: History. Verton M. Queener Scholarship Prize,
Alpha Gamma Sigma, Dean's List, Pi Gamma Mu (Vice Presi-
dent), Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Nominee, UCCF (Nu Gam-
ma), Chilhowean Staff (Organizations Co-editor), Theta Epsi-
COCKE, CAROL B., 4206 Central Lane, Memphis, Tennessee.
Major: English. Vesper Choir, Messiah (Soloist), Delta Omicron
(Warden), Chilhowean Staff, Highland Echo Staff (News Edi-
COWGILI, CYNTHIA A., 1718 Margie Dr., McLean, Virginia.
Major: Biology. Beta Beta Beta, Band, Senior Counselor.
CRAIG, RICHARD W., 1405 Athens Dr., Green Acres, Wilming-
ton, Delaware. Major: History. Track, Lettermen's Club (Vice
President), Intramurals, Alpha Sigma, Resident Assistant.
DAVIS, MARGARET S., 42 Madeore St., St. Augustine, Florida.
Major: Spanish. Theta Epsilon, Chilhowean Staff, Junior Coun-
selor, Senior Counselor, Intramurals.
DAVIS, MARILYN, 327 E. 25th St., Brooklyn, New York.
Major: Medical Technology. Theta Epsilon, Beta Beta Beta.
DOANE, KATHERINE H., 68 Standish Way, West Yarmouth,
Massachusetts. Major: Elementary Education. Chi Beta, Theta
Epsilon (President), Alpha Sigma Sweetheart, SNEA, Intra-
DOCKERY, STEVE T., Rt. 4, Maryville, Tennessee. Major:
Health and Physical Education. Football (First Team Little Ail-
American in 1967), Baseball, Track, Lettermen's Club.
FAGAN, RONALD A., 733 Osceola Circle, Elgin A.F.B., Florida.
Major: History. Kappa Phi, Playhouse. Theta Alpha Phi,
Campus Mike, Football Manager.
FAN, JAMES M., Tuen Moon Church, San Hui, Castle Peak,
N.T., Hong Kong. Major: Chemistry. Student Affiliate of ACS.
FELLER, PATRICIA E., 95 Cedar Lake East, Denville, New
Jersey. Major: Psychology. Vesper Choir, Sophomore Aide,
UCCF (Social Commission Chairman), Religious Life and
Activities Committee, Psi Sigma Mu (Secretary-Treasurer),
ThetaEpsilon (Program Chairman), Intramurals, Freshman
Class Sponsor for Barnwarming, Circle K Sweetheart, Home-
coming Queen, Who's Who.
FINKE, MARY JANE, 1515 Walnut St., Murphysboro, Illinois.
Major: English. UCCF (Cabinet), February Meetings Commit-
tee, Junior Counselor, Senior Counselor.
FLOYD, STEVEN E., 4542 Stonecroft Dr., Murrysville, Pennsyl-
vania. Major: Art. Messiah, Tennis, Intramurals, Dean's List.
FORGETY, JOHN W., Rt. 3, Strawberry Plains, Tennessee.
Major: Health and Physical Education. Football (Captain),
Wrestling, Lettermen's Club (Sergeant at Arms), FCA, Alpha
Sigma (President, Chaplain).
FORT, JAMES E., 34 Carlton Club Dr., Piscataway, New Jersey.
Major: Sociology. Alpha Sigma (Vice President, Secretary),
Student Council (Social Committee), MSG, Football, Baseball,
GAMBLE, DOUGLAS A., 1505 Robin Rd., Maryville, Tennessee.
Major: History. Student Council (President, Programs Commit-
tee Chairman. Academic Committee Chairman, Student-Faculty
Senate), Playhouse (J.B.), Highland Echo Staff (Assistant Edi-
tor), Pi Gamma Mu (President), Who's Who.
GEHLBACH, DOROTHY, 1009 22nd St. S. W., Knoxville, Ten-
nessee. Major: History.
GIESSELMANN, LINDA A., 43 Iroquois Ave., Oakland, New
Jersey. Major: English. Vesper Choir, Student Council (Elec-
tions Committee, Academics Committee).
GILLANDER, MARY E., P. O. Box 68, Greenback, Tennessee.
Major: English. Chilhowean Staff, Theta Epsilon (Chaplain),
SNEA (Vice President), Senior Counselor.
GREEN, MARGARET E., 368 Hickory St., Teaneck, New Jersey.
Major: Music. Women's Choir, Vesper Choir, Delta Omicron
(President), Tau Kappa Chi, Playhouse, Presser Foundation
HALL, DIANE K., 315 Ridgccrest, Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
Major: Art. Campus Mike, Junior Counselor, Senior Counselor.
HANNAH, WANDA G., Rt. 5, Maryville, Tennessee. Major:
English. Debate Team (State Women's Champion), Pi Kappa
Delta (President), Bates Forensics-Drama Award, UCCF (Vice
(President, Delegate to Cleveland Week of Process '67, Nu
Gamma), Student-Faculty Finance Committee, Campus Hostess,
American Studies Seminar, Who's Who.
HARRIS, II, DAVID, 27 St. Clair Ave., Trenton, New Jersey.
Major: History. Kappa Phi, Football, Wrestling, Intramurals,
Freshman Tutoring, Dean's List.
HARVEY, PATRICIA H., 2249 Houston St., Florence, Alabama.
Major: Art. Band, MENC, Senior Art Show.
HAYNIE, JOHN B., 2210 Fairhaven Circle, Atlanta, Georgia.
Major: Economics and Business Administration. Chilhowean
Staff, Circle K, Alpha Sigma.
HAYNIE, NANCY B., 7250 S.W. 47th Ave., Miami, Florida.
Major: Elementary Education. Chi Beta, SNEA.
HECK, JAMES B., 605 Hilton Ave., Baltimore, Maryland. Major:
Biology. Student Council (Social Committee, Constitution Com-
mittee), Football, Intramurals.
HEGNER, MARTHALEE, 2079 S. Point Comfort, Oshkosh, Wis-
consin. Major: Sociology. UCCF (Co-chairman of Project '68,
Nu Gamma), Work at Home Avenue Chapel, Sophomore Aide,
Dormitory House Councils, YMCA, Messiah, College-Com-
munity Orchestra, CLAP (Arts and Crafts), Intramurals.
HELLER, H. CRAIG, Rt. 5, Box 74E, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania.
Major: Economics and Business Administration. MSG, Intra-
HENRY, JOSEPH W„ Grandview Heights, Rt. 5, Maryville, Ten-
nessee. Major: Music. Vesper Choir, Messiah (Soloist), Phi Mu
Alpha Sinfonia, Tau Kappa Chi. Fine Arts Scholarship in
Organ, Presser Scholarship.
HOGUE, JIM L., 11292 E. Wesley Ave., Denver, Colorado.
Major: Economics and Business Administration. Kappa Phi,
Basketball (Statistician, Manager), Baseball (Statistician, Man-
ager), Football (Manager), Intramurals.
JAMES, KAREN G-, 7410 S. Park Place, Louisville, Kentucky.
Major: Art. Playhouse, Highland Echo Staff (Art Editor),
JETT, JENNY L., 1309 Woodlawn Dr., Maryville, Tennessee.
Major: Elementary Education. Student Council (Secretary,
Social Committee Chairman), UCCF (Nu Gamma), Sopho-
more Aide, Chilhowean Staff, Daisy Chain, Padgett Memorial
Scholarship, Who's Who.
JOHNS, JUDY L., 705 Martina Dr. N.E., Atlanta, Georgia.
Major: Elementary Education. WSGA, Taylor House Council,
Chi Beta, Messiah, 'M" Club, Intramurals, SNEA, TEA.
JOHNSON, MARIE E., 1028 Charlotta Rd. N., Jacksonville,
Florida. Major: Mathematics. Chi Beta, Messiah, Chilhonean
Staff, Baldwin Treasurer, Sophomore Aide, Junior Counselor,
Senior Counselor, Intramurals, Padgett Memorial Scholarship,
Dean's List, Alpha Gamma Sigma.
JOHNSON, RALPH A., 19 Silver Ave., Huntington Station,
New York. Major: History. Student Council (Car Committee
Chairman), Kappa Phi, Wrestling (Captain. Southeastern
Conference Champion), Lettermen's Club.
JONES, JULIA PENNY, 309 York Dr., Bristol, Tennessee.
Major: Sociology. Band, UCCF, Senior Counselor.
JOSEY, A. TERESA, 108 Rock Springs Dr., Smyrna, Georgia.
Major: Elementary Education. Chi Beta, UCCF (Nu Gamma),
SNEA (Secretary), Daisy Chain, Senior Counselor.
KRAUSE, JANET L., Mercer Mill Rd., Landenberg, Pennsylvania.
Major: English. Highland Echo Staff (News Editor), Pearsons
House Chairman, Junior Counselor, Senior Counselor, WSGA
Co-ordinating Council, Dean's List.
IEARY, BETTY JO, 1406 Harv.ood Ave., Orlando. Florida.
Major: Psychology. Intramurals.
LeFURGEY. DORIS ANN, 1703 Sherwood Rd., Lexington,
North Carolina. Major: Biology. Beta Beta Beta.
LLEWELLYN, JACK H., 5309 Middlebrook Pike. Knoxville,
Tennessee. Major: Health and Physical Education. Basketball
(Captain), Baseball, Lettermen's Club, FCA.
LUCAS, ROBERT M., 1500 Wilkinson Pike, Maryville, Tennessee.
Major: Bible and Christian Education. Kappa Phi, Intramurals,
MacHARG, PATRICIA A., 29229 Greater Mack, St. Clair
Shores, Michigan. Major: History. UCCF, SNEA, Chilhonean
McCAMPBELL, RALPH L., Rt. 12, McCampbell Rd., Knoxville,
Tennessee. Major: English. Football, Track, Baseball, FCA
(Secretary), Alpha Sigma (Vice President), Henaker Scholar-
ship, Highland Echo Staff (Sports Editor), Who's Who.
McGRUTHER, DOUGLAS B., 15 Greenrale Ave., Wayne, New
Jersey. Major: Economics and Business Administration. Circle
K, Kappa Phi (Vice President, Rush Chairman), Intramurals,
Pi Gamma Mu, Alpha Gamma Sigma, Dean's List, MSG,
February Meetings Committee, American Studies Seminar.
UCCF (Key Man).
McNAIR, LINDA C, 3979 8th Court South, Birmingham, Ala-
bama. Major: Spanish. Sophomore Aide, UCCF (Nu Gamma),
m Theta Epsilon (Secretary, Program Chairman), Lloyd House
Council, Daisy Chain, Dean's List, Pi Delta Phi, Sigma Delta
Pi (President), Student Council (Academics Committee, Judici-
ary Committee, Student-Faculty Senate).
MAHLER, H. RICHARD, 3317 Sk>view PL, Lynchburg, Virginia.
Major: Art. Art Scholarship, Kappa Phi, Playhouse, Theta
Alpha Phi (Vice President), Davies Fine Arts Award. Director
MANN MARGARET C, Union, West Virginia. Major: Art.
Chi Beta, Intraurals, Vesper Choir, Messiah, Dean's List.
MARINE, KENNETH B., Rt. 2, Highland Acres, Maryville, Ten-
nessee. Major: Biology. Vesper Choir.
MARKLEY, DANIELLE D., 3988 Mefford Lane, Cincinnati.
Ohio. Major: Sociology. Theta Epsilon, Intramurals, Home-
coming. Court, Daisy Chain.
MESSENGER, SCRIBNER A., 720 Yale Dr., Bartlesville, Okla-
homa. Major: English. Alcoa Foundation Scholarship. Ameri-
can Studies Seminar, Alpha Gamma Sigma, Sophomore Class
President, Student Council, Circle K, Resident Assistant.
MEURY, DENISE, 501 Grand Ave., West Trenton, New Jersey
Major: Health and Physical Education. Theta Epsilon (Chap
lain. Athletic Chairman), Sophomore Aide, Lloyd House Coun
cil, Intramurals, "M" Club (President, Vice President), Swim
MEYER, GARY R., 5125 Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio. Major
Mathematics. Circle K (President), Junior Clasj President
Kappa Phi (Treasurer), Math Club (President), Student Coun
cil (Constitution Committee, Social Committee, Elections Com
mittee, Student-Faculty Senate), Special Committee on Com
munity Life and Structure, Intramurals, Basketball, Lettermen's
Club, UCCF (Children's Home, Asbury Acres), Dean's List
E. E. McCurry Scholarship, Padgett Memorial Scholarship
MILAM, BETTY L., 720 Park Lake Ave., Orlando, Florida
Major: Psychology. Chi Beta, Intramurals, Messiah, SNEA, Psi
Sigma Mu, Kind Memorial Scholarship, Dean's List, Pearsons
Treasurer, Lloyd House Council.
MILLER. II, M. DAVIS, 3478 Tates Creek Rd., Lexington, Ken-
tucky. Major: Psychology. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Vesper
Choir, Student Council, Junior Class Vice President, Senior
Class President, Psi Sigma Mu, Circle K, Resident Assistant,
Sillman Fund Scholarship.
MILLS, CAROL A., 4425 East River Rd., Lorain, Ohio. Major:
Elementary Education. Band, SNEA.
MINEAR, BEVERLY N., 1414 Venetia Ave., Coral Gables, Flor-
ida. Major: English. Chi Beta, Intramurals, Women's Choir,
Sophomore Aide, Senior Counselor, UCCF (Nu Gamma, Pub-
licity Secretary), Chilhowea?i Staff (Literary Editor), Highland
Echo Staff (Feature Co-editor), American Studies Seminar,
Alpha Gamma Sigma.
MORRIS, JUDITH E., 44 Main St., Windsor, New Jersey.
Major: Elementary Education. Chi Beta, Daisy Chain, WSGA,
SNEA (Piesident), Homecoming Court.
MORRIS, M. ALLEN, 2717 Thompson Place, Wilmington, Dela-
ware. Major: Political Science. Alpha Sigma (Athletic Chair-
man), Intramurals, Baseball.
MULLINS, KATHLEEN B., P. O. Box 222, Tellico Plains, Ten-
nessee. Major: Health and Physical Education. Theta Epsilon
(Athletic Chairman), "M" Club (Secretary, Program Chair-
man), Intramurals, Sophomore Aide, UCCF (Nu Gamma).
MYERS, JOHN A., 402 Caraway Turn, Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Major: Music Education. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Band, MENC,
Vesper Choir, Playhousa (President).
NEWMAN, HOWARD A., 1400 Easton Rd., Roslyn, Pennsyl-
vania. Major: History. Kappa Phi (Program Chairman), Intra-
murals, Campus Mike, Official College Host, CLAP (Camping,
Hiking), Vesper Choir, Men's Glee Club (Social Chairman),
Messiah, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, MSG, February Meetings
Committee, Hope for International Understanding, UCCF
(Worship Commission, Children's Home Co-chairman, East
Mountain View Church), Chilhonean Staff (Organizations Co-
editor), Kilt Staff, Student Council (Social Committee, Elections
NEWMAN, LOUIS R., 626 Oakwood Ave., Roselle Park, New
Jersey. Major: English. Alpha Sigma, Playhouse (Androcles
and the Lion) .
NICHOLAS, ROBERT B., 478 Malcolm Rd., Union, New Jersey.
Major: Political Science. Kappa Phi, Wrestling (Co-captain),
Baseball, Intramurals, MSG (President), Student Council (Car
Committee Chairman, Student-Faculty).
NICHOLS, SARAH B., 213 Lake St., Greeneville, Tennessee.
Major: Music Education. MENC, Women's Choir, Band, Delta
OLSON, DOUGLAS R., 121 Cunningham St., Apt. 3A, Mary-
ville, Tennessee. Major: Chemistry. Student Affiliate of ACS
(Piesident), Married Couples Society (President), Intramurals,
Dean's List, Outstanding Senior Chemistry Major.
PARK. PETER J., 531 Lord St., Maryville, Tennessee. Major:
Chemistry. Vesper Choir, Playhouse, Tennis (Captain), Stu-
dent Affiliate of ACS, Chemistry Honors Work at Oak Ridge,
Who's Who, UCCF (Vice President, Cabinet).
PARKER, B. ELANE, 1487 Sagamore Dr. N. E., Atlanta, Georgia.
Major: Psychology. Psi Sigma Mu, Chilhonean Staff, UCCF
(Children's Home, Tutoring).
PATTERSON, BETTY M., 6500 Elmdale Rd., Alexandria, Vir-
ginia. Major: English. Vesper Choir, Orchestra, Messiah, Wom-
en's Choir, Writer's Workshop, Readers' Theater, UCCF (Lan-
tern Commission), Padgett Memorial Scholarship, Dean's List.
PAULSON, LINDA A., 3400 School Lane, Drexel Hill, Pennsyl-
vania. Major: Art. Theta Epsilon, Intramurals, Playhouse.
PAYNE, JR., DON, 104 Delta Dr., Greenville, Tennessee. Major:
H ftory. Alpha Sigma, MSG, Basketball (Captain), Baseball,
Lettermen's Club, Highland Echo Staff, Resident Assistant, Pi
Gamma Mu. Student-Faculty Finance Committee.
PERKINS, CHARLES A., Rt. 3, Wildwood Rd., Maryville, Ten-
nessee. Major: Political Science.
PHILLIPS, GARY L., 4022 Flat Shoals Rd., Decatur, Georgia.
Major: Health and Physical Education. Alpha Sigma (President,
Vice President, Athletic Chairman), Football, Track, Lettermen's
Club (Program Chairman), Intramurals, MSG, Highland Echo
Staff (Sporti- Editor).
PIPER, A. COLEMAN, 16 West Ferry Rd., Morrisville, Pennsyl-
vania. Major: Sociology. Kappa Phi, Sophomore Class Vice
President, MSG (Vice President), Student Council, Track, Foot-
ball, Lettermen's Club, FCA.
PRICE, W. DOUGLAS, 35400 Euclid Ave., Willoughby, Ohio.
Major: Sociology. Kappa Phi, Circle K, Intramurals, Play-
house, Student Council (Vice President, Student-Faculty Sen-
ate), Who's Who.
QUARLES. DANIEL R., Rt. 2, Canton, Georgia. Major: Chem-
istry. Kappa Phi, Intramurals, Student Affiliate of ACS, MSG
(Treasurer), Discipline Committee (Chairman).
RAMSEY, LYNN L., 2405 Sevierville Rd., Maryville, Tennessee.
Major: Mathematics. Math Club, SNEA, Band, Senior Coun-
RIDINGS, CHARLES D., Rt. 1, Walland, Tennessee. Major:
English. Alpha Sigma, Football Manager, Maryville-AIcoa Ro-
tary Scholarship, Dean's List.
ROBERTS, BARBARA L., 1033 Young Ave., Maryville, Tennes-
fee. Major: Political Science. Theta Epsilon, Sophomore Aide,
Scphomcre Class Secretary-Treasurer, Chilhonean Staff (Fac-
ulty Editcr), House Council, Constitution Committee, UCCF
(Far Eastern Commission Co-chairman), Daisy Chain, Verton
M. Queener Award.
ROBINSON, META Y., Rt. 2, Olive Branch, Mississippi. Major:
English. UCCF (Nu Gamma), Chilhowean Staff (Editor),
Highland Echo Staff (Feature Co-editor), Alpha Gamma Sigma,
Daisy Chain, Who'9 Who.
ROMINGER NANCY L., 1095 Maple Cliff Dr., Lakewood, Ohio.
Major: History. Chi Beta, Messiah, Pi Gamma Mu, American
ROSEBOROUGH, VIRGINIA C, 1078 Ibis Rd., Jacksonville,
Florida. Major: Elementary Education. Chi Beta, Sophomore
Aide, Senior Ccunse'or, Daisy Chain, Intramurals, Dean's List.
RUHLIN, ANDREW D., 57 Kino Blvd., Trenton, New Jersey.
Major: Art. Kappa Phi (Vice President), Circle K, Playhouse,
Theta Alpha Phi (Treasurer), Messiah, Student Council, Cheer-
leader, Wrestling, Lettermen's Club, Intramurals.
RUPE, JR., F. ORUS, 951 Tearosc Dr., Lexington, Kentucky.
Major: Political Science. MSG (President), Student Council,
Student-Faculty Senate, Kappa Phi (Secretary, Bartender),
RYAN, NANCY P., 2510 Hawthorne Ave., Louisville, Kentucky.
Major: Elementary Education. WGA (President, Secretary-
Treasurer), Student Council (Social Committee, Student-Faculty
Senate), Sophomore Aide, Junior Counselor, Senior Counselor,
Chi Beta, NEA, UCCF (Secretary, Nu Gamma, Educational
Commission), February Meetings Committee, Sesquicentcnnial
Committee, Daisy Chain, Homecoming Court, Messiah, Padgett
Memorial Scholarship, Dean's List, Alpha Gamma Sigma,
Who's Who, Chilhowean Staff.
SANKNER, REBECCA J., 145 15th Ave. N.E., St. Petersburg,
Florida. Major: Health and Physical Education. Chi Beta, "M"
Club, Tennis, Chilhowean Staff (Art Co-editor).
SCHMIDT, CHARLEEN J., 16 Emerson Dr., Livingston, New
Jersey. Major: Elementary Education. SNEA, Messiah, Intra-
SIMS, MARGUERITE G., Rt. 3, Maryville, Tennessee. Major:
SKRINAR, GEOFFREY R. M., Box 868, New Springs Rd., Lin-
croft, New Jersey. Major: Philosophy. Vesper Choir, Phi Mu
Alpha Sirifonia, Artist Series Committee, UCCF (Worship
Commission Co-chairman), Religious Life and Activities Com-
mittee, Barnwarming King, Dean's List, Who's Who.
SMITH, BRUCE, 123 W. Browning Rd., Collingswood, New
Jersey. Major: Biology. Band (Vice President), Porky and the
Simple Seven, Dance Band, Campus Mike, Kappa Phi.
STEIGELMAN, H. GERRY, 11415 Valley Stream, Houston,
Texas. Major: Art. Alpha Sigma (President, Vice President,
Program Chairman). Highland Echo Staff, Intramurals.
STOKER, DARRELL JOHNSON, 402 Arbor Dr., Columbia,
South Carolina. Major: Art. Basketball, Letterman's Club, In-
tramurals, Alpha Sigma (President, "The Collection," FCA,
Vice President, Secretary).
STYLES, DANIEL F., 1909 N. Nottingham St., Arlington, Vir-
ginia. Major: Economics and Business Administration. Kappa
Phi (President, Vice President, Treasurer), Track, Lettermen's
Club, Intramurals, Resident Assistant, Kind Memorial Scholar-
SULTZBACH, RICHARD A., 729 S. Pennsylvan.a Ave., Mor-
risville, Pennsylvania. Major: Music. MENC (Treasurer), Band,
Messiah, Playhouse, Squire of Delta Omicron.
TALMAGE, SUSAN E., 101 Bentwood Dr., Cherry Hill, New
Jersey. Major: Elementary Education. UCCF, Chi Beta, SNEA,
TATE, JULIA A., 3634 Feedwire Rd., Bellbrook, Ohio. Major:
Elementary Education. Chi Beta, Band, UCCF, SNEA.
TAYLOR, DAVID ALLAN, Rt. 1, Box 82, Princess Anne, Mary-
land. Major: Sociology. Kappa Phi (Vice President), MSG,
TAYLOR, THOMAS L., 4108 14th Ave., Rock Island, Illinois.
TRENT, ELIZABETH C, 225 Horsham Rd., Hatboro, Pennsyl-
vania. Major: Music Education. Vesper Choir, Messiah (Solo-
ist), Band, MENC (President), Delta Omicron (Vice Presi-
dent), Tau Kappa Chi, Playhouse.
TROWBRIDGE, KATHLEEN, 141 S. Fairmount, Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania. Major: Bible and Christian Education. Theta Ep-
silon (Vice President), Academics Committee, WSGA, Lloyd
House Chairman, Intramurals.
VANDEGRIFF, CAROL ANN, 3507 Piedont Rd. N.E., Atlanta,
Georgia. Major: Psychology. Psi Sigma Mu, Student Council
(Academics Committee), Theta Epsilon (Treasurer), Playhouse
(Social Chairman), BSU (Secretary-Treasurer), Dean's List,
VINCENT, LISBETH J., 226 Burholme Ave., Woodbury, New
Jersey. Major: Psychology. Theta Epsilon (President, Vice
President, Athletic Chairman, Skit Night Chairman), Student
Council (Academics Committee Chairman), Student-Faculty
Senate (Secretary), House Council, Psi Sigma Mu, Chilhowean
Staff, "M" Club (Program Chairman), Intramurals, Dean's List,
WALD, CHRISTINE M., 3639 E. Flower St., Tucson, Arizona.
Major: English. Orchestra, Pi Delta Phi, Freshman Class Secre-
tary-Treasurer, Senior Counselor, Junior Year Abroad — Switzer-
WALKER, ELIZABETH GAYLE, 2113 Mayfair Dr., Owensboro,
Kentucky. Major: Elementary Education. WSGA (Vice Presi-
dent, Representative), Sophomore Aide, Senior Counselor,
SNEA (Treasurer), Theta Epsilon, Messiah, UCCF (Nu
Gamma), Chilhowean Staff (Feature Editor), Artist Series Com-
mittee, Padgett Memorial Scholarship, Alpha Gamma Sigma
Scholarship, Who's Who.
WALLER LAURIE A., 705 E. Cecil St., Ntenah, Wisconsin.
Major: History. Theta Epsilon (Program Chairman, Chaplain),
UCCF (Nu Gamma), Sophomore Aide, House Council (Vice
Chairman, Secretary), Academics Committee, Senior Class Sec-
retary-Treasurer, Junior Class Sponsor for Barnwarming, Barn-
warming Queen, Daisy Chain. B.G.'s.
WELLS, JANET L., 2167 June Dr., Nashville, Tennessee. Major:
English. Women's Choir, Messiah, Chilhowean Staff, Senior
Counselor, Committee on Committees, Student Council Calen-
dar Editor, Daisy Chain.
WINTERMUTE, JOHN STEPHEN, 136 Sunrise Cove, Selmer,
Te.iness^e. Major: History. Kappa Phi (Secretary), Playhouse,
Flajhousc Award, Theta Alpha Phi (Vice President), Pi
Gamma Mu, Padgett Memorial Scholarship.
WOOD, GEORGE V., 875 Central Avenue, Hammonton, New
Jersey. Major: Music Education. Kappa Phi, Band, Orchestra,
Brass Ensemble, Porky and the Simple Seven, Choir, Messiah,
WOOD, SHERRY FRANCES, 2065 Oak St., Cleveland, Tennes-
see. Major: Elementary Education. Chi Beta (Program Chair-
man), UCCF (Children's Home), SNEA, House Council (Sec-
retary), Daisy Chain, Intramurals, Dean's List, Alpha Gamma
Sigma, Alpha Gamma Sigma Scholarship Award.
WOODALL, DOROTHEA JEAN, Rt. 3, Box 83, Kingston, Ten-
nessee. Major: Mathematics. Vesper Choir, Women's Choir,
Messiah, Dean's List.
WOODWORTH, BARBARA L., 1414 Messina Ave.. Coral Ga-
b\e:, Florida. Major: Mathematics. Chi Beta (President, Treas-
urer. Program Chairman. Formal Chairman), UCCF (Nu
Gamma), Sophomore Aide, House Council (Secretary), Mes-
:iah, Junicr Class Secretary-Treasurer, Daisy Chain.
YATES, JR., RICHARD G., Rt. 1. Oxford, Pennsylvania. Major:
Fs>chology. Vesper Choir, Men's Glee Club, Messiah, Phi Mu
Alpha Sinfonia, Kappa Phi, Psi Sigma Mu, MSG, UCCF, In-
ttamurals, Dian'c List.
YODER, KATHERINE, 535 N. Market St., East Palestine, Ohio.
Major: Chemistry. Women's Choir, Messiah, Student Affiliate
of ACS, Intramurals, Dean's List.
SENIORS NOT PICTURED
DOROTHY BVRD BERRY -Maryville, Tennessee
DOROTHY GEHLBACH Knoxville, Tennessee
CHARLES C. GILMORE Maryville, Tennessee
DWIGHT RICHARD HOWES Shaghticoke, New York
BETTY JO LEARY Orlando, Florida
RICHARD H. MAHLER Nashville, Tennessee
KENNETH B. MARINE Maryville, Tennessee
BARBARA TURPIN ... Evansville, Indiana
JUNIORS NOT PICTURED
JOHN AGNEW Wayne, Pennsylvania
NANCY DAVIDSON. Huntsville, Alabama
JEANNE ELLIS Washington Court House, Ohio
MARIAN EZZELL Canadian, Texas
MARY EVELYN HODGES Greenback, Tennessee
WILLIAM EUGENE KEELER Houston, Pennsylvania
ROBERT KUSEK West Mifflin, Pennsylvania
LINDA LAUBACH East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
REBECCA McNEIL Salt Lake City, Utah
RAYMOND PHILLIPPI Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
MARTHA SMITH Wilmington, Delaware
DELZIA SNYDER Knoxville, Tennessee
LARRY THOMAS Maryville, Tennessee
ALBERT WAHL Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
VAN WILLIAMSON Alcoa, Tennessee
JANICE WINKLER Fort Thomas, Kentucky
THOMAS WYLIE Washington,, Pennsylvania
SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED
ROBERT BARNES Bethesda, Maryland
WAYNE BLOCKER Dade City, Florida
ANN BRIGGS Gambier, Ohio
EDWARD BROWN Decatur, Georgia
HARRY BURNETTE Chattanooga, Tennessee
TERRY COX ... Knoxville, Tennessee
DAVID CROFT Erie. Pennsylvania
THOMAS DAVIS Maryville, Tennessee
PETER DERZIPILSKI San Diego, California
LYNN DODEZ Wooster, Ohio
PATRICIA DOUGHERTY Sweetwater, Tennessee
ROBERT DURANT Northampton, Massachusetts
THOMAS DUXBURY West Orange, New Jersey
DONALD ELIA Maryville, Tennessee
MARIAN ERDMAN Oaxaca, Mexico
ELLEN FARRAR Oak Ridge Tennessee
SAMMY FERGUSON Maryville, Tennessee
DEBORAH FERRELL Falls Church, Virginia
FRANK FERRIS, III Blue Ash, Ohio
LYNDA FIELDING Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey
CARL FISHER Johnstown, Pennsylvania
DAVID GARNER Maryville, Tennessee
RAYMOND GEORGE GIBBONS
MARK MERTZ Trafford, Pennsylvania
WILLIAM MIKITTK Hopatcong, New Jersey
GLENN MOREFIELD Bulls Gap, Tennessee
MARY NEWBY Maryville, Tennessee
DAVID NIGHBERT Knoxville, Tennessee
JOSEPH OSBURN Windermere, Florida
WILLIAM PADGETT Alcoa, Tennessee
Clark, New Jersey
Ashland, New Jersey
Princeton, New Jersey
Lexington, North Carolina
Bowling Green, Kentucky
Allison Park, Pennsylvania
Princeton, New Jersey
Huntington, New York
Morristown, New Jersey
St. Petersburg, Florida
Morristown, New Jersey
CHARLES PFLANZE Maryville, Tennessee
EMILY JO PIERCE Oak Ridge, Tennessee
LOUISE PIXLEY Doylestown, Pennsylvania
SANDRA PRESTON Manasquan, New Jersey
LEWIS PURIFOY Emory, Virginia
JUDITH PYLE Anchorage, Kentucky
DWIGHT REAGAN Maryville, Tennessee
ALEXANDER ROBINS Maryville, Tennessee
HARRY ROTHROCK Bergenfield, New Jersey
KATHLEEN SAINT Elwood, Indiana
BRUCE SEMPLE Glenoiden, Pennsylvania
CATHERINE SHAKI EE S. Norwalk, Connecticut
LARRY SHARPE Oxford, Pennsylvania
DAVID SLOUGH Springfield, Tennessee
ELLEN TASCHENBERG Fredonia, New York
LYNNE TAYLOR Hackensack, New Jersey
DAVID THRALL Indianapolis, Indiana
SOUAD WAKIM Marjyoun, Lebanon
ROBFRT WASHBURN Maryville, Tennessee
ANN WHITTIER Swathmore, Pennsylvania
DAVID WILEY Keiskell, Tennessee
BRIAN WILSON East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
RICHARD ZIEGLER Cranbury, New Jersey
FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED
MARY ELIZABETH BEARD
THOMAS FAUX, JR.
Ramsey, New Jersey
Trenton, New Jersey-
Long Valley, New Jersey
Iselin, New Jersey
Verona, New Jersey
Glen Ellyn, Illinois
Oak Ridge, Tennessee
. Wilmington, Delaware
South Plainfield, New Jersey
Flemington, New Jersey
Rahway, New Jersey
Dover, New Jersey
Cherry Hill, New Jersey
Maple Heiehts, Ohio
Cherry Hill, New Jersey
New Wilmington, Pennsylvania
Riverton, New Jersey
Rome, New York
Trenton, New Jersey
New Paltz, New York
Riverton, New Jersey
Lake Hiawatha, New Jersey
CAROL MARTIN Alcoa, Tennessee
LYNN MIZE Knoxville, Tennessee
GERALD MOEHLMAN Peewee Valley, Kentucky
ALBERT MORGAN Beverly, New Jersey
ANNA NICHOLS Maryville, Tennessee
CAROL NICHOLSON Snow Hill, Maryland
GARY NIER Iselin, New Jersey
RAYMOND NYE East Islip, New Jersey
KARL OTT Woodstown, New Jersey
RONDA PATTY Maryville, Tennessee
DANA PAUL Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania
DAVID PEPPER Harrison, Ohio
GARY REAGAN Maryville, Tennessee
SANDRA REAGAN Maryville, Tennessee
DANIEL RHONE Yardley, Pennsylvania
JACQUELINE ROBERTSON Woodbridge, Virginia
RON ROBERTSON Dickson, Tennessee
HLJGH ROBINSON Miami, Florida
WILLIAM ROBINSON Olive Branch, Mississippi
DALE ROMINGER Lakewood, Ohio
TIMOTHY SAWYER Maryville, Tennessee
LESLIE SCOTT Portsmouth Ohio
JOYCE SEELY Chiengnai, Thailand
CHARLIE SMITH Loudon, Tennessee
LJARRELL SMITH Mount Holly, New Jersey
RICHARD SMITH Haddonficld, New Jersey
ROBERT SNOW Orchard Park, New York
MARGARET SPURI ING Chattanooga, Tennessee
LEE STAFFORD South Daytona, Florida
JOHN TALBOT Bernardsville, New Jersey
ROBERT TARPINIAN Thompsonville, Connecticut
BRUCE TROUSDALE . Lancaster, Ohio
ROBERT VAN DYKE Basking Ridge, New Jersey
CURTIS WADE Maryville, Tennessee
DOUGI AS WATSON Bristol. Pennsylvania
QUINN WEISS Orange, New Jersey
TERESA R. WELLS Huntsville, Alabama
TIMOTHY WELLS Pleasantville, New York
SAMMY WHITEHEAD Maryville, Tennessee
ALONZO WILLIAMS Maryville, Tennessee
JONATHAN WRIGHT Cranbury, New Jers y
Bhagavad-Gita, John Maseheld, and St.-John Perse, quoted from THE FAMILY
OF MAN, Copyright 1955 by The Museum of Modern Art. Reprinted by permission
of The Museum of Modern Art.
Kahlil Gibran, from SAND AND FOAM, Copyright 1926 by KahlU Gibran. Re-
printed by permission of Alfred A. Knoff, Incorporated.
The CHILHOWEAN staff also expresses gratitude to Mr. Don Spears, Mr. Frank
Clark, Rappoport Studios, Mr. Dick Herring, and Gordon Hamson for their photog-
raphy; Dr. Carolyn Blair, Mr. Linwood Snider, and Mr. Frank Layman, for their advice
and help; Benson Printing Company; Minton's Department Store; and special thanks
to Dr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Copeland, Dr. and Mrs. E. Fay Campbell, Brenda Laipply
and all others who so willing gave of their time, position, and patience.
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